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Events of a Week Gathered In by Correspondents GRIMMS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Froech and family spent Sunday in Two Rivers. Mrs A. F. McGills of Menominee is visiting her sister Mrs. Thomas Welch. Miss Olive McCollester of Cato was the guest of Mrs, Allie Cummings the past week. Mrs, Ons Pier of Greenleaf is the gnest of her mother Mrs John W hit comb. Some of the Reedsville i*ople were in town Snndav Grimms was well represented at the basket party held at Maple Grove Fri day eve. The farmers in this vicinity are busy threshing clover. Thomas Marlborough is again able to be out after a months illness. Bryan Mullins shipped a car load of sheep to Chicago Tuesday. EASTWIN Mr. and Mrs William Johannes **f Two Rivers were visitors here last Sun dar. William Zander, Ken is transacting business at Milwaukee this week. Mrs. Herman Kaatz gave a coffee last Tuesday afteruoen to a number of her lady friemls in honor of her birthday an niversary. Gustav NVnbauerof Sheboygan visited with his parents a few days last week He made tne trip with his cicycle. Jacob Sechrist came from Shawano last week to make hisuld time neighlsirs and friends a short visit Miss Pauline Bonds did not remain at Two Rivers as was stated last week but left Monday morning for Chicago where the will s>-ek employment lor the winter. Henry Haatz leaves today for northern Wisconsin where he will spend the win ter working in the lumber woods KELLNERSVILI.E Mrs K Hoengson visited at Branch last Saturday Michael McCarty and son Edward of Chicago ais here visiting relatives A Thomson, traveling salesman for Plumb & Nelson Cos of Manitowoc, was here on business Saturday. James Meany of Heedsville whs in our village on Tuesday last Mr and Mr- Joseph Kist who have been visiting friends and relatives here returned to Wilcox, W is Jos Mursbik was a Manitowoc caller last Saturday Mrs. I>eg*-n of * tconto is here visiting her brother < diaries Stokes pat Mullane of Mem hulville was here Saturday on business The marriage of John Honda and Mart Wanek took place at our church on Wednesday last We wish the new couple success and happiness in life I>r Guttmann and family visited at Brillion last week A public auction will !• held at John Shimek s farm on Saturday Nov. 11 SMOTO Miss ( lara Pay has ls-en visiting rela tives in Manitowoc the past week • ttto Engel of Manitowoc called on a ‘ dear’ friend here last Sunday as usual Peter Loren/on <-I Kankauna visited his parents Mr and Mr- Andrew Lor enzon, who reside here. The Bishop *V Shinimel Threshing Cos completed tiieir annual threshing tour and announce that it was a very success ful season. The old Wilsing homestead, lying in that part of the town of Mishicot known as the School section was sold at Slier iff s sale at Manitowoc la-t Saturday Cons deration F;VKi Forty acres were purchased by Rudolph M*-isni-r and the remaing UO acres by Fred Miisner Henry Ibs.-ffner and family of New touburg visited relatives here las) Satui day and Sunday The Thresher s dance at Meyer - hall proved to Is- a moat enjoyable affair Mrs Anton Grimm of the town of Two Rivers is visiting relatives at Rice Lake the present week Mrs Anton Htadler fell from a wagon sustaining serious injuries Mrs Gustav Zarn has returned after a week s visit inChicag 111 m Lizzie Wachtelleft for Milwau kee Tuesday When sher* turns u week heme she will come as the bride of a prominent Milwankean • Thr* la no Rochalla Baits, Alum, Lima or Ammonia in food mada with Calumet Baking Powder *—nor'o rut Ia kim t to worn iituar • I* mrsaa pura food. WE OLD RELIABLE Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jansen have re moved to Two Rivers where they have purchased a sonthside property, former ly owned by Albert Schmidt of the town of Mishicot. Miss Rose Krntndick left for Chicago where she expects to remain the coming winter. Of course her leaving is re gretted by her many friends and partic ularly so by someone but never mind here's cue consolation, “absence makes the heart grow fonder. ZANDER Weather is very fine at this writing. Joe Warme raise I his new barn Wednesdav. Mr. and Mrs A Proctor of Green- Bush arrived at Zander last Friday to visit their son Mr A. S. James. Fire once more visited our neighbor hood burning the dwelling of \V. Higtz living about lj miles from Zander. Farmers are busy plowing and doing there fall work. Mr Gust Winter drove to Manitowoc Wednesday FRANCIS CREEK Mrs M Krall of Krllnersville who is now staying with her daughter Mrs .1 Konop is on the sick list. The following are the names of 1 hose who assisted Mr. Wels-r in raising his "chicken coop" last Thursday Jos and Wencle Wacek carpenters and Jos. Maresh, II Maresh, F Stastney, W Fietlera Jos. Tesarik, J. Konop, E. Fierst, F I Inchon and F. Fierst, assis tants The cattle fair whs largely attended Our pedagogue J. J Guhin rode home on his bicycle last Friday afternoon to Hpend Sunday with his parents Another home in the vicinity was brightened last Wednesday by the ap pearance of a baby girl It s Wencle ilavlickek’s this time. Mr. R. Kubista of Manitowoc was her** Sunday last Mr. and Mrs Joe Peroutka spent Sunday at Shot**. Joseph Dvorak ttiresiled last week. Joe Wacek was breaking in his three year old colt last Sunday. Miss Rose Ledvina teacher in the Joint District school spent Sunday with her parents at Kelluersville. Messrs .1 and J (1 Konop made a trip to Kelluersville Sunday Mr Geo Sladky of Shoto drove through here Sunday on his way to Kelluersville. MAPLE GROVE John Hickey Si and daughter Theresa, an- at Rhinelander on an ex tended visit Adolph Jantz who resided on tin Sohrweide farm during the Hummer, moved his family to Shawano la-t Tuesday Mr Jautz bought a farm near Shawano and will make his home there Four car loads of sugar beefs were shipp'd from Brillion this week to tfi* Menominee River Sugar Go of Menomi ms*. Mich These are the first sugar heels raised in this vicinity for ship merits While driving along the road near 1 lollandtowu Wolfgang Prit/.1. a form* r resilient of our town, was thrown from his wagon and broke bis arm The accident was caused by obstructions thoughtlessly placed ih the road on Hallowe'en Ducks gees*-ami turkeys were rattled at tie- K.issoii House Saturday evening and when the supply of the above was exhaust*-*! Hit- wheel of fortune dis is-.im-d sardines tobacco etc. to the holders of the lucky numbers. Joseph lv k* r Sr. is moving bis saw mill to Birnanwood where he intends to sjs-nd the winter lumliering Alls i* Brat/, ami Julia Koch will soon Is- mad*- happy and one A license to Wed ha- ls-*-n issued them The Salt I* ff farm of I*lo acres near Brillion, is offered for sale foi a reason able price Foi further particulars in ijuin *if !os A Miller Brillion. Wis The farm must Is- sold before Jau 1 MISHICOT Ira Beyer t*s,k a trip t*, Marshfield and Wausau la-t w*-< k He purchased t,,<k f*ir Ins farm Herman Stehn, the chairman of Mishi cot, sold bis farm to Mr. Kunz of Branch. He intends to make onr village bis home hereafter. Our village school has been closed a few days this week on account of princi pal Crowe being on the sick list. Miss Ella Weinfnrther celebrated her i birthday last Sunday. Miss Anna Hallierg spent Saturday | and Sunday in Cooperstowu visiting I friends. After spending a week in Oconto and I Maple Valley. Peter Rouillier ’returned I to his home visiting relatives. John Schener Chas. Weinfnrther, W. Stoueman and Pat Connelly were in Milwaukee last week. As we under stand they did a large business while thyre. Our cattle fair Monday was well at tended. there being a large number of ! people but stock none to spare. Chas. Levenbagen, prop, of Opera Hotel, gave a fowl lunch to his custom ers and the M. VV. A iast Saturday even ing. Fresh oysters at the baker are all the go now. And we must say they are out of sight too. Stewed or raw. Mr. Hall, our baker is running a restaurant and bakery combined. Miss Leona Levenbagen, onr music teacher, has purchased anew piano. Mrs, August Htueck and family took a drive to Otto Drews on the Green Bay road last Sunday to help celebrate his birthday. Mike Kirst, prop, of Kind House, serv ed a turkey lunch to his customers last Saturday evening. Miss Clara Mertens has been on the sick list for the past week but is slowly recovering. Mrs. Runge, who has resided here for many years, moved her household furni ture to Kewaunee where she will live in the future. Rev. Haller, who has been spending a few weeks at Plymouth and Milwaukee, returned home. The Hons of Herman and M W. A. Lodges have moved into their new ijnar ters at Levenhagen’s Hull. The M. W. A held their first meeting there last Saturday NOTICE Comenciug Saturday, Nov. 14th, the grain inspector on th South Side of Manitowoc will be stationed at the cor ner of Marshal and loth streets, opposit St. Boniface Catholic Church, This will do away with the street cars and be more convenient to farmers coming to market Big' Risks Loss of Time. Loss of Money, Loss of Place. Loss of Comfort, til follow In the train of not usin( St. Jacobs Oil For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumbago. Sciatica, Sprains It has cured thousand*. Will euro you. Pries 25c. and 50c. The IN a me That Stands f or Merit | Melendy | PHOTOGRAPHY \!1 styles, all processes, all prices ONI; QUALITY THE BEST (Compare our photographs with olh.r makes. Ihe comparison will make you our customer. The Melendy Studio North Bth Street *tK“p 1 At the Grocers UOm Ought to be ORIENTAL PAT g ENT FLOUR, if you want a regular treat in the shape of ■ a 1 light Bread, Biscuits and J / Rolls for the table. ''tf J y * The Grocer may have reas -lI|I Irf | i ons for suggesting - some ; I Hk J \M ‘ other brand, insist upon hav- II i _ / —i I ing ORIENTAL PATENT j * FLOUR, produced by Oriental Mills MANITOWOC, WIS. You Can’t Help the Past But you can look out for the future. It’s no use re gretting the bad judgment you showed in buying fuel, but you can make sure for the future and resolve to always buy SCRANTON hard coal The J. G. Johrvsorv Cos. Fuel, Masonry Supplies, Ice, Lumber Office Cor. Main and Quay Streets. Some T eeth are Good No matter if they <lo not have care. Other teeth require the closest attention. I willexatuine Your Teeth and tell you whether they need anything done to them, and if they need attention I'll tell you what it is and what it will cost. Dr. Simon, 833 S. Eighth Opp. Williams Street Heuso TAUS Joseph Kellner of Kellnersville has been appointed chairman of the town of Franklin to till the vacancy which has l>een caused by the resignation of (.’has. Finger. Joseph Zahorik sold a span of horses to Mr. Schreihart cf Manitowoc. John Stelzer purchased a farm of sixty acres from his father. George Radey of Leopolis, Wisconsin has been visiting friends and relatives her**. A numlier of our young f< Iks attended the dance which was held at Menchal ville. John Stall, after selling his farm re turned to Barron County where he has purchased a farm of 320 acres. J Radey purchased sixty acres of land for the sum of $4600. John and George Zahorik have left for the north to take in the hunting season. We hope they will bring back a lot of game. Mr. Gimer, pedagogue at Valders, passed through our town Sunday. Edward Elmer spent Saturday and Sunday at Cooperstown. George Zahorik made a flying trip to Manitowoc Monday morning. The auction which wias held at Albert Deuk s was quite well attended. Mr Miller who is connected with the S hreihart Brewing Company passed hroug h here Tuesday. REAL ESTATE REPORT The following Real Estate Report is j furnished us by the Manitowoc County Almtract Company, who own the only complete Abstract of the county. The following are the officers of the com pany C. E. Spindler. President. Julius Lindstedt, Vice president; L. J. Nash, Secretary; Win. 1). Richards, Treasur er H A Mueller. Manager. August Zmnach to Henry Foeltz, lots 11 and 12 blk 27 Heedsville SH2S. Henry A Bloedorn to Thos. A Watt, 60 a sec 26 Rockland SB<K)O. Peter Bersch to Herman Eckardt, 1 a sec 3.i Meeme S4OOO. Michael Gesell to John Conies, 20 a sec is (iibsoti. |I2OO. Vlad. Hartnic.ki to Stan. Bonin, lot 10 blk 266 Manitowoc S3OO. Carl Weiskopf to Gustav Nimmer. pt lot 4 blk 16 Kiel John Zander to August Janke, 3 a sec 3 Gibaou $226. Uoaa Keif to Jacob Hynek, i a sec 30 Kossuth SIOO. Clarence Weblin to Chrlstel A- Luel loff t" a tec 3 Liberty $335 Christian Block to Charlote Stock. 12 a se<- 3 Centerville sisoo MANITOWOC MARK T Latest Quotations Corrected for the Ben efit of Farmers The following are the current prices of the various articles of produce as report ed for The Pilot on Nov. 12. Potatoes - 60 Wheat.—Spring -72 Wheat—White Winter 72 Rye • -63 Barley 60 54-56 58 Oats -35 Corn.... - 56 Hay 7.00-8.50 Butter 16-20 Eggs 20 Salt per bbl 80-90 Wood -500 Peas—White 85 Peas—Marofat 85 Peas—Green 85 Peas —Scotch 85 Wool -16 RETAIL. Flour Patent 2.50 “ Daisy 2.15 “ Rye 1.75 Midling 1.10 Coarse Meal 1.15 Fine “ 1.35 Oil “ 1.50 Dairy Report Sales Reported Wednesday, Nov. 11th SOLD. 75 Twins 0b 94c 460 Young Am. op 9.jc 1000 Daisy (w 10c OFFERED. Elgin Butter 21c HIDES No. 1 Green Hide 01 No. 2 Green Hide 54 No. 1 Bulls Hide 54 No 1 Horse Hide 3.00 No. 1 Calfs Hide 10 No. 1 Calfs Hide under 9 lbs 35 No. 1 Tallow 44 LEGAL NOTICES. (Final Settlement) IN PROBATE Manitowoc County Cocrt. * In the matter of the estate of Wenzel Kromforst, deceased. On reading and tiling the petition of Mary Kromforst of the Estate of said deceased for the adjustment and allowance of his administration account (and the assignment of the residue of said estate to such other persons ns are by law entitled to the same:) It is ordered, that said account lie examined, adjusted and allowed at a special termof said Court to be held at the office of the county judge In the city of Manitowoc, in said county on Tuesday. the stli day of December. A. D., V iB. ,'t <r> farther ordered, that upon the adjust ment and allowance of such account by this cocrt a.' aforesaid, the residue of said estate lie, by the further order and judgment of this court, assigned to inch persons as are by law entitled to the same. It Is further ordered, that notice of the time and place of -riimination and allowanceof such account, and of the assignment of the residue of said estate tie given to all persons interested, by publication of the order for three succes sive weeks, before said day, in the Manitowoc Pilot a weekly newspaper printed and published at the city of Manitowoc and state of Wiscon sin. Dated Novemlier 3rd. 1903. By the Court. J< HIN CHLOUPKK. County Judge. Adolph H Chloupek, Attorney. Publish Nov. lii-ltl-Uii All>ert Schmidt to Herman Jantzen, lot !> blk i! Two Rivers Mfg, ('o. add Two Rivers |I2OO. Carl Manck to Friederioke Mwack, 7(U a sec 7 and 9 Miehicott sl. lea M. Lakowski to Staelzmasiewski & Modrak, E 4 a(4ov lot 3 sec 10 Two Rivers sl. 'PHONE GIRL SAYS “0.” N#, She’s Not Surprised, (lot Is Drew lux Nearer to Naught—'“Ought” Urates ou Sensitive Ears. The telephone girl la progressive. For years and years In repeating a num ber which had a zero Included she would always call It "ought.” For Instance, If a subscriber called for “twenty four thirty," the telephone girl would repeat: "Two-three-four-ought.” When some subscriber who had a little feeling t>f compassion for the king’s English, which was being so cruelly murdered right before his ears, would gently ob ject and say; "Two-four-threa-naught,” the girl would again repeat, “ought," and tell the subscriber to "look In the dictionary.” But the world moves, says the New York Herald. The "naught” Is com mencing to be realized in the most ex clusive telephone circles. It could not be expected that the telephone girl would surrender all at once. She has fought for that"ought"too long to drop It Immediately, and thus confess that she had been wrong. So. while she has dropped the "ought," she has taken up "o” Instead. So now she repeats 2340 In this manner, “two three-four-O.” It 1s a splendid victory for English un deflled. Optimists can now see dawning that glad day when the telephone girl wll say "naught” right out loud. SciuettelffiUti. Cit) We offer the following at prices which will convince everybody who knows any thing about values of the goods that they arc Decided Bargains 20 pcs. 27-inch Cotton Dress Plaids 6 pieces 54-inch heavy all-wool Meltons, 12c kind 8c 1.65 kind at 1.25 15 pcs. 88-inch 40c Novelty Dress Goods 15 pcs. fancy all wool waistings, 65c at 25c grade at 40c 12 pcs. 54 inch all wool fancy dress A lot of Mercerized Waistings, white goods, |l.OO equal 58c and colored 50c 2 pcs. 54 inch heavy black Meltons, $1.25 A lot of fancy printed velveteen Waist kind at 98c ings at 50c 8 pieces 36 inch black taffetta silk, $1.50 quality at 1.25 Domestics 40 pcs. 34 inch printed Flannelette, I2c grade 7c 2000 yards 8c Outing, short lengths, 5c 1000 yards 10c Mottled Doniets, short lengths, 7c 1000 yards black 15c Satiue Remnants, lOc 35c Mercerized Moreens, 29c Bed Blankets 1 case 11x4 Fleeced Cotton Blankets, 1.00 kind at 75c 50 pair 11x4 fleeced twilled Blankets, heavy $1,50 value, 1.20 20 pair 11x4 Grey fleeced wool blankets, 3.90 value, 3.25 20 pair 11x4 grey wool blankets at 4.00 1 case Satine Comfortables, large size, tilled with carded cotton 1.95 Cloak Department A child’s long cloak of good Melton, trimmed braid, a 8.25 garment, 2.50 A child's long coat of Zibeline, cape trimmed with bauds of velveteen 3.75 A 80 inch Kersey Cape, initiation martin collar, and fronts edged with same satin lined at 12.00 A 30-inch Seal Plush cape, far edge around collar and down front. Mer cerized lined at 3.75 A Women’s 40 inch cloak of good Kersey, yoke satin lined military cam, loose back for 10 00 A4O inch cloak of good Kersey, cape trimmad with satin bauds, lined en tirely with good satin, a splendid value 12.00 A 45 inch Cloak of tine Kersey 2 capes, edged with fancy braid, satin lined 15.00 A 80-inch Kersey Cape, fur edge around collar and down front, mer cerized lined at 5.00 Carpets and Rentiers We bought a lot of half wool Ingrain Carpets of very handsome designs, that we can oger at Special price of 35c, Also a sample lot of 25 pairs of POHTIEKS at from 4.08 to 17.00 about 25 to 35 percent off from regular prices. Corsets A Ist of 5 dozen 50c corsets at 15c 4 lots of BELTS at 75c, 50c, 2> sc and 14c —average about half former prices. Clothing Department Broken lots of Men’s Winter Underwear at a reduction amountin to from 25 to 46 percent on finalities ranging from 25c up to 2.25 a piece. Men’s Sweaters A few special lots-12.00 and $1.50 will he closed out at 1,50 and 100 re spectively. A special lot of Men's Overshirts at 40c. Kerscher Bros. 1 1 , R—ji ■ -r. 20th Most Laurel -er'Tc and It will bake quicker and more uniform with less fuel than my other Take one to your home and try it, if not satis factory we will refund your money. Call at KerscKer Bros. Hardware Store 812 YORK STREET (Notice to Creditor*) IN PROBATE Manitowoc Coi ntv Corin'. In the Matter of the Mutate of Anton Hallada deceased. To all whom it may concern: Letters testamentary on said estate having tieen issued to Theresa Hallada on the 20th day of Oct.. A. I) limit, and six months from and after said day lieing allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims for examina tion and allowance, notice is hereby given that the undersigned will, on the 4th Tuesdays of March ami Ai.nl. 11104. at the Proliate Office in the City of Manitowoc, in said Countv, receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased. Hated Octolier Uoth. l(l. JOHN CHLOL’PEK. County Judge Healy and Joyce Attorneys OctS- 4t For Rent or Sale A large two story frame house of sev enteen rooms with modern improvements in good location, suitable for boarding house or to rent in Flats. Will lie let cheap if taken at once. Enquire at 012 North Tlh street or at this office. It adds spice to dreary life, encoura ge* the human heart, lift* one ont of despair, breathes new life and confi dence. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will do 35 cents. F. (.'. Hirers -1 .atte. Drs. C. W. Heehase and (J. C. Wern ecke, dentists. Parlors in Wernecke & ' Schmitz Block • tf (Notice to Creditors) Is PnoiuTK Manitowoc County Court. In the matter of the estate of John Novy deceased. To all whom it may concern: Letters administration with will annexed on said estate of John Novy deceased of the town of Hibson Manitowoc Cos Win., having Ih'cii (sailed t<> Katherine Novy on the 27th day of uetoher A I).. IHC3 and six mouths from and after said day lieing allowed and Urn ited for creditors to present their claims for examination and allowance, notice of which is hereby given, and also that the undersigned will, on the second Tuesday of May. 1904 lieing the loth day of May. A L) liio*. at the Proliate Office in the City of Manitowoc, In said County. examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased. ■ Dated October 27th, 1* I JOHN CHLOUPEK County Judge Adolph K. Chloupek, Attorneys’. Pub. Oct 29, Nov rt. 12, l Very Low Rates to International Live Stock Exposition at Chicago Vitv the North-Western Line. Excur sion tickets will be sold Nov. 20, 30, and Dec. I‘. limited to Dec. 7, inclusive. Ap ply to Agents Chicago & North Western R’y. Nov. 5. 12, 19, 26. It's like a “dip in the fountain of youth.' Touches the cheek so gently that “youth lingers on the face of old age." That s what Rocky Mountain , Tea d')e*. 35 cents. F. C. Hnerstatte.