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title: 'New Ulm review. (New Ulm, Brown County, Minn.) 1892-1961, December 18, 1901, Image 10',
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FREE:—A. Merry Xmas Souvener
with a Blizzard cigar to every man who
calls at The New Store on Xmas Day,
Dec. 25th. Zschunke & Schilling.
It is conceded that Royal
Baking Powder is'purest and
strongest of all baking pow
ders,absolutely free from alum,
ammonia and every adulter
ant. "Royal95 makes the best
and most wholesome food,
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. 1 Wll MAMCT.«jc\y YORK.
The New Ulna Roller Mill Co, is con
templating some radical changes in the
capacity of the mill. The object being
to put the mill in shape to do a larger
The merry Christmas tree can be seen
at most any of the stores in this city all
it lacks is proper planting and a Santa
Claus to attend it and it will bear the
A party of enthusiasty enjoyed the
first snow ot the season by taking a
sleigh ride, Thursday evening. This is
practically the first sleighing that has
been enjoyed for two years.
II. E. Evans of Courthmd was a little
late with his Thanksgiving cigar but last
week he presented the writer with a
couple ot Blizzards on that account.
Mr. Evans knows a good cigar when he
Mrs. Critchett is expected home this
week from Minneapolis, where she has
been attending her mother who has suf
fered a stroke of paralysis but is slowly
recovering. Mrs. Critchett expects to
return after the holidays.
The leading lady of the Field Stock
Co. which went to pieces in this city a
few weeks since was here last week so
liciting funds to pay her way to her home
in Virginia. The unfortunate woman
was successful in collecting quite a sum.
Ferdiutmd Crone this week started his
new twelve-horse power Fairbanks and
Morse gasoline engine operating his new
corn shredder on his farm. He has also
put in a Colton corn and cob mill for
the purpose of grinding his own feed
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box 25c.
Miss Bogen has an attractive line of
ready made fancy work, very appropriate
for Christmas presents, such as lace
handkerchief, collars, pillows, table mats
and lunch cloths, etc.
Mrs. L. Beecher, of New Ulm,
Miss Kate Forbush and Mrs. J. N. Trean
well entertained a company of lady
friends at the home of the latter last
Thursday afternoon.—St. Peter Free
Goede, the photographer has not been
overlooked in the holiday rush. Last
week he furnished over live hundred
photographs and this week he will turn
out more than he did last. Gbedes pict
ures make good holiday presents.
•t- We will make you low prices' on all our new Dress goods, which are all
high class. This department is still complete.
"t You may select Christmas present from the following:
4- Pf^pP A I Ez^£'
The ladies of the Lutheran church
realized handsomely from their Christ
mas sales on Thursday night, and are
correspondingly elated over this success.
The fair was held at Mrs. Zelle's and
notwithstanding the bad weather a large
number of people attended.
Manager Johnson of the Turner Hall
theater expresses a wish that some public
spirited employer would imitate the
action of the Mankato Commercial
school. That institution ^bought 240
seats to the Valley Forge entertainment
in Mankato Saturday night.
Mrs. Jra Miller, of Ccmfrey, Minn.,
who has been under the care of Dr.
Beachler at St. Alexander's Hospital for
the past four months, and who was very
low with tuberculosis ot the Peritoneum,
has so far recovered as to be able to re
turn to her home.
Unequalled for Piano, Oigan and
Sewing Machine buyers. Convinceyour
self at R. Hellnegel's, on Center st., that
it will pay you to buy of a local special
dealei and repairer with 30 years expe
rience, giving such warranty as can onlj
be furnished by the most experienced,
asis not even furnished by any manu
facturer. Prices very moderate.
J[t's a fact that Haubrich the Jeweler,
is giving you something for nothing.
For particulars read his advertisement
on this page.
.A- vx^~^^^-^^N.v/~-N/N^vr\/N/-» waists, fine dress goods, shirt waists
I silk, woolen or leather gloves silk or linen handercbiefs purses, dress
4! skirts, petticoats, kid gloves.
4- ^~—^^~Vv^N~^~_^-^v-v~—--v.—-v^-v^s^v^ silk or linen handker
4- chiefs leather, silk or woolen gloves, dress shirts, ties, collars, cuffs, purs
es, cuff and collar buttons.
i" F*"^^F& C5HIl—DF$E~L N *n an* collarettes "t
4- -v^v~v^.,~~ v^- gloves, mittens, hoods, handker
chiefs, purses, tine dress goods, breast pins, neck laces, rings.
We cannot here mention everything we
have in our store that will make suitable
Christmas presents and therefore invite
you to call and visit us. We shall be glad
I to show you around.
t- ':$i*£?? %2? y*5
muifs, fur coats, silks for
Woolen or 8ilk 8
Double your pleasures and smoke
This city seems to.have set the pace
for others in the matter of sidewalk or
dinances for Sleepy Eye has just passed
an ordinance patterned after New Ulm's
and the agitation has been started in
several others. In many things "New
Ulm can give poiuters to her sister
The committee appointed by the Com
mercial Union to confer with the Board
of control in the matter of the Girls
Training*school, left for St. Paul yester
day to discharge their duties. The com
mittee consists of F. Crone, S. D. Peter
son and Ph'l. Liech. A committee that
ought to be able to move th« stste Cap
itol to this city if desired.
At this season of the year when so
so many packages are going through the
nihil people who send such things should
see that they are properly addressed and
well wrapped. Thousand of dollars
worth of Christmas goods find their way
to the dead letter office very year because
they are improperly addressed or lose
their wrapper iu the mail. This can be
remedied by a little care and attention
Complaint was made on Saturday by
Richard Geisinger against E. S. Downs
of this city for inhuman tieatment
of his horses. They were improperly fed
and otherwise neglected. There being
no humane society in the city the case
was referred to Win. Pfaender who with
the city police has taken measures„ to
have the case remedied. It is a sad com
mentary on mankind when they have so
little soul iu them that they fail to pro
vide properly and comfortably for their
Dr. E. W. Bayley is now nicely en
sconced in the rooms over the Model
drugstore where he has his office as well
as his living rooms. He arrived last
week./with his family and says that he
finds a cordial welcome here and likes
the place. He thinks he has an all win
ters job ahead of him to learn German
but lie will fiud that that is only a con
venience and not a necessity in this city.
We hope the doctor will realize his am
bitious here and become one of our per
Tomorrow ni«ht, Thursday, the pu
pils of the fifth and sixth grades of the
public schools of this city will give a
beautiful cantata in the auditorum, en
titled "Santa Claus' Trades Carnival."
Appropriate costumes will be worn by
the children and with the practice they
have had they will no doubt present it
in a very eutertaininsj manner. The
work of the children should b* recog
nized by a good outside attendance and
more especially because there is to be no
charge for admission.
On Monday night a party of ladies,
members of the Eastern Star lodge of
this city, went to Sleepy Eye, and assist
ed the worthy Grand Patron, A. D.
Countryman to install a lodge in that
city. Seventeen candidates were initiat
ed, which with those who were\ already
members gives the lodge a start with
twenty-five. Those who attended from
here are: Mrs. Strickler, Mrs. Burg,
Mr3. Hose, Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs. Lucy
Behnke, Mrs. Yates, Mrs. Schorrgge,
Mrs. Henningsen,Miss Carrie Friedamnn
and Miss Ida Hauenstien.
The Masonic lodge had installation of
officers last night. The following were
installed: O. M. Olsen, W. M. N. Hen
ningsen, S. W. E. Hoidale, J. W. Gott
lieb Sschmidt, Secretary A. W. Bing
ham, Treasurer J. H. Vagen, Trustee
for three years. Appointive officers were:
E. T. Critchett, S. D. J. H. Siegel, J.
D. Wm. Silverson, S. S., Wm. Mather,
J. S. Julius Berudt, Tyler. The lodge
is now in excellent condition, having
wiped out an indebtedness of $1800.
The magnificent hall is now free from
debt and the fraternity is corresponding
Father Sandmeyer takes pleasure in
showing visitors through the handsome
new structure that ia hereafter to do
service as the priest house in connection
with the Catholic church. The building
is almost finished, requiring only about
ten more days to make it ready to beAccident
inhabited. It is conveniently and com*j
modiously arranged and will be an ideal
living place for those who preside over
the welfare of the church of the Holy
Trinity. The interior will be furnished
by the different societies4of the church,
each one devoting its energies to a
certain part of the building, so that when
ready for occupancy it will be hand
"A run for your money." '-.".
Blizzard 10c cigars. -,' •,
AN EVANGELIST'S STORY.
"I suffered for years with a bronchial or
lung trouble and tried various remedies
but did not obtain permanent relief until
I commenced using One Minute Cough
Cure," wiites Rev. James Kirkman, evan
gelist of Belle Kiver. 111. "I have no hesi
tation in recommending it to all sufferers
from maladies of 4his kind." One Minute
Cough Cure affords immediate relief tor
coughs, colds and all kinds of throat and
lung troubles. For croup it is unequalled.
Absolutely safe. Very pleasant to take,
never fails and is leallv a favorite with
the children. They like it, Eugene A.
Pfefferle. A '-^V i^
-, ,•", Z'f-J*•* ii3 »'£. \-»*"V t~
GIFT HUNTERS, ALERT!
Many good gifts have already disappeared from
this store. Many cannot be duplicated.
Only six days and nights are left for your Xmas
shopping'and each day lessens your chance of se
curing just what you thought of buying. Make
up your mind this evening.
MM shall tbefcift be?
When at a loss what to give, one knows hand
kerchiefs are sure to be appreciated. We have
them in immense variety from 2c to 75c.
•.--/.OfcourBe you want your home to look particu
larly attractive during the holidays. Is there any
thing that lends more dignity and grace to a room
than handsome lace curtains or artistic portieres.
We have them at prices that will help sell them
No. 6. North
The mask has been taken off. Sleepy
Eye business men are frantic in their
efforts to secure signers on a petition for
a bridge across the Minnesota river at
the old Hiudennann crossing above
William Laframboise's place, and three
miles from the point where the majority
of the people want it. The petitions
are being circulated in Ridgely, and in
the towns of Eden and Golden Gate in
Brown county. The farmers and others
desiie a crossing, and it is for the public
good that there should be abridge con
structed, but. as the facts come to the
STANDARD the point named in the first
petition is the more desirable.—Fairfax
Sunday morning people in the neigh
borhood of Forster Bros.' furniture store
were surprised hy the report of an ex
plosion within the building. An inves
tigation showed that the furnace had
blown up. The water in the upper pipes
had frozen and wheu the steam generat
ed in the coils there was no escape and
the result was that the the thing was
badly wrecked, pieces of it being blown
through the basement windows. It was
fortunate that no one was in the base
ment at the time. Tlwre was considera
ble danger from fire but this was imme
diately looked after and when the fur
nace is repaired things will be in as good
shape as ever.
This morning at the home of John
Hel will take place the marriage of
Miss Bertha Held of this city to H. H.
Gebhardt of Black River Falls, Wis.
The ceremony will be performed by Rev.
Meske of Crtonville formerly pastor of
this Congregational church, ^at 10:30,
j*nd the newly married couple will leave
immediately for the Twin cities and
from there will go to Black River Falls,
Wis. which place will be their future
home. Mr. Gebhardt is a brother of Dr.
L. A. Gebhardt of this city and it was
during his visits here that Mr. H.
Gebhardt met the young lady who is to
become her bride. He is engaged ex
tensively in the raising of Cranberries,
having one of the largest farms in Wis.
and will be given a royal welcome upon
his return home, as to his friends there
as well as to Miss Held's friends in this
city the news of their marriage will be
8 complete surprise. They both have
the hearty congratulations of a large
circle of friends in this city. Miss Held
will be seriously missed by the member
ship of the Congregational church in the
affairs of which she always took an active
part. They will feel that they have
given Mr. Gebhardt a valuable Christmas
EXPRESSION OF APPRECIATION.
I deem it my duty to the Inter-State
& Relief Association of this
city, to inform the public of the prompt
and satisfactory manner is which my
claim on account of recent illness, was
paid. J. B. HiGG3.
A Magazine Free.
Begining with the 1st of January the
Review will issue to each of its subscribers
a sixteen page magazine, which will go
out with the paper the first of every
month. It is the handsomest publication
ever offered as a supplement with a
country newspaper. Eight full pages of
stories, wit and other matters to interest
the family. Eight full pages in colors
consisting of a full page of practical
fashions a full page of practical cookery
a full page of the latest music a full
page of chiidrens' amusements and a
magnificent double page picture suitable
for framing. Ordei in advance if yon are
not a suGscriber or regular reader of this
paper. .- N i'
REAL VALUES IN MILLINERY.
Our entire stock of trimmed millinery has been
sharply reduced. Any hat at one-half its former grade ribbons at greatly reduced prices,
price. $6 hat now $3. 3 hat now $1.50. fl-50 5 and 6 inch ribbon, regular 35 and 40c
hat now 75c. -values at 17c per yard.
Nowhere do you find such assortment. Nowhere do you find prices so enticingly low.
SALE OF HOLIDAY RIBBON.
A manufacturers stock of high grade
THE CHARM OF BEAUTIFUL CHINA IS HALF THE CHARM OF A HOME.
THE PEOPLES' STORE.
5th prize an India Ocean Shell
This offer holds gcod only from Nov. 23 to Dec. 25.
•J* seen in our show window.
Arctics and Stormy Weather
The amount of solid comfort that is stored away in our Anies, Alaskas
or Storm Gaiters is hard to estimate. Its not expensive comfort either.
We have Arties, Alaskas and Storm Gaiters for Ladies and Gentlemen, for
the School Children and for the little tots who will insist on getting out
into the cold. Come to us for winter comforters for your feet. We will
give you abetter grade of shoes for less money than can be bought else
tPost Office Block, New Ulm, Minn.
to increase the pleasures of the outing.
New Ulm Roller Mill Co.
The goods can be
You wiU need a supply of *,?f- •, .z.S^r
Shoeman to the people.
With each dolltir's worth of goods you buy for cash you will receive a tick-
et, which entitles the holder for a chance on the following goods
1st prize a Diamond Ring
12nd prize a Beautiful Clock
3rd prize a Beautiful Doll
4th prize a Gold Clock
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