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title: 'New Ulm review. (New Ulm, Brown County, Minn.) 1892-1961, December 18, 1901, Image 7',
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The sale of games increases yearly.
Instructive and amusing games are part
of the equipment of every modern home.
It is such agencies that make home at
tractive to both old and young. Some
new things this year that you ought to
be interested in.
You may be elected if you get enough
notes to any office, but you are not a
wise citizen unless you wear Gold Seal
Overshoes. R. LOHEYDE.
Warm feet in the coldest winter
weather if you wear Gold Seal Over
shoes. R. LOHEYDE.
Undertaking and embalming attended
to day or night by Forsttr Bros.
As sweet as a nut. Just lauded a tine
supply of new California wallnuts at
Willibald Eibner's bakery,
fering at this season whether you desire to buy or not and also that you can
make your purchases now and we will take care of the goods for you uutil
wanted, We are anxious to please you with our stock as well as our prices.
Do not miss your opportunity in picking
Oyour dolls and doll heads. We have a
very nice and large line and you will find
no trouble in selecting what you want.
TojJs, Tool Bo:$es, Trunks,
jammers and fHatchetj,
EVERY CONCEIVABLE TOY.
There is no article in the line of toys that cannot be found in our store. It is the
most wonderful display of Christmas goods that has ever been seen in New Ulm. It
would be impossible to enumerate the articles and beyond our power to describe them.
Blizzard souvenir—a pleasant wall
decoration for home or office.
Wm, Laframbois of West Newton was
in the city on business Saturday.
John Allison, the original owner of
the townsite of Sleepy Eye, died lately
IQ Oregon, aged 76 years.
If you want something that is real
nice look at the articles of Louwelsa
wrre for sale at W. G. Alwin's.
Wm. Posz of Sanborn was in the city
over Sunday in consultation with—a
friend. He was a guest at the Grand
hotel during his stay.
We have a lot of all sorts of GAMES
which will sell at half price.
Iron Toys, Engines, Cars,
Come early you will go away satisfied.
You have a large number of friends at
home or at a distance to whom you do
not care to seud any special gift, but
whom you would like to send some tok
en of remembrance. Christmas cards fill
this need. We have a fine assortment of
the new ones at all sorts of prices from
a few cents up.
That it will be a pleasure for us
I to show you the goods we are of-
THE PIONEER DRUG STORE'S
Our Christmas trade this week will break all former records. .Our sales are ahead of all expectations. This is the result ofthegreat
stock we carry, excelling all others three times over in size and variety, and our prices are always from 10 to 25 per cent lower than
any of our competitors.
Ten clean fingers play an important
part in the make of the Blizzard cigar.
Jacob Klossner was in Winthrop Mon.
day. Called there by the death of Fran
Kiesling, his brother-in- law.
M, Michels of Oshawa, returned home
Wednesday after spending a day with
relatives and friends in this city.
Christmas presents for everybody at
the City Drug Store. It costs you noth
ing to look a* them. A grand display.
Ed. Gieseke was down from Sleepy
Eye Sunday to visit his parents. He
drove down with his cutter Saturday
John Schnielz has been appointed
postmaster of the office at Springfield
to succeed himself. The appointment
meets with general satisfaction.
"Dr. Kohler of Minneapolis, will be in
New Ulm Satuiday, Dec. 21st., at Dr.
Stickler's office, to do eye, ear, nose
and throat work. Hours-1 to 6 P.M."
Attention is called to the advertisement,
of the Broadway grocery which appears
in this issue of the Review. The Broad
way grocery is one of the busiest spots
in New Ulm these days.
The newest, best and altogether the
most acceptable presents for all classes
and conditions of people may be found
at'the City Drug Store. All we ask is
that you call and see the stock.
Don't forget to make Goo-Goo eyes at
the window of Haubrich the Jeweler at
any time from Nov. 25 to Dec. 25. He
has something to give away which will
be in the window during that time. See
advertisement on last page.
The general sentiment, so far as the
newspapers are concerned relative to
the Bobleter case, is to the effect that he
should be relieved of the payment of
the claim that the state has against him,
by an enactment of the legislature.
A good while ago we began thinking
about holiday perfumes: come and see
what our thinking has amounted to. It
has resulted in a rare assortment of the
finest goods obtainable, in securing some
new specialties, and in getting all the
price concessions possible.
GREATEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS IN THE CITY.
Frank B. Kiesling of Winthrop well
known in this city died on Saturday at
his home, being in his fortieth year.
He leaves a widew and and four children
Funeral is to be held today and will be
under the suspices of the Masonic order.
Act promptly. Read that three cor
nered ticket over there (|fgf~). Snip it
off now before you forget.
From an item in the St. Peter Journal
we should judge that that city had a
society of young ladies bearing the sug
gestive name of "The unclaimed Bless
ings." New Ulm is deficient in that re
spect all her "Blessings" seem to. have
string on them.
The Sunday school Christmas exercises
of the Congregational church will be
held on Monday night preceeding Christ
mas eve, on account of the necessity of
ProfJ Critchett being out of the city on
Tuesday night and therefore unable to
preside. Exercises will begin at 6:30 so
the children will be able
to get home
Between Thursday night and Saturday
morning the thermometer dropped near
ly sixty degrees, going to twenty-eight
degrees below zero. This gives us the
first genuine touch of winter we have
had since the beginning of the winter
months. It should stimulate trade in
the clothing business. ^:i0£^^ii
•feu .-jSjjy Vfctf
THE PIONEER DRUG
New Ulm's Window Decorations Some
thing of which the City can he Proud.
It is a decided treat to walk along the
streets of this city and admire the beau
tifully trimmed windows, some of which
are works of art. Some are particularly
noticeable, for instance Eugene Pfeffer
le whose windows always are attractive
because he is constantly changing the
goods displayed, has a display of can
dies and Christmas goods. M. Hummel
is another who takes exceptional pride
in the line of window decoration. That
store has both windows very tastily ar
ranged. O. M. Olson has a display of
children's books and games that has at
tracted the notice of every boy and girl
in the city, Zschunke & Schilling have
the original Santa Claus and their spec
ial holiday prices. Haubrich the jewel
er has as fine a window as one generally
sees, it is dressed'with excellent taste,
and next to it is the City Drug Store
with it wealth of Christmas toysand oth
er articles. One window shows a van
ety of dolls and all that is.' necessary to
make any little girl happy. The other
shows a variety of presents for older
people. The greatest display of caudy
can be seen in the window of Wd. Eib
ner who shows some of the freshest neat
est and most appetizing productions in
in this line that it is possible to find.
Held Bros, have a window showing
books, which is their principal line.
One door south of the latter firm will be
found the grocery store of F. H. Behnke
with one of its windows given to an ex
cellent display of fancy crockery and
glassware. Forster Bros, have a display
in one of their windows that would glad
den the heart of any woman to possess,
in the shape of a parlor suite. They al
so show some excellent pictures. In
the east window is a wincer scene that is
almost as real as the real thing. C. H.
Hornburg has a display of silverware es
pecially cutlery that catches the eye as
one comes within seeing distance. The
Pioneer Drug Store has had both w:n
dows and every other available space
filled with Christmas goods. The win
dows are not so prettily dressed but
they attract because one can see noth
ing but holiday goods. In the various
drug store windows may be seen an at
tractive display of Burg's special holi
day offer on cigars. Crone Bros, have a
miniature Brooklyn bridge—a beautiful
decoration in one window, in another is
a revolving star of ties with electric
lighted points of several colors and still
in another window is a rich display of
beautiful china, worth anj one's time to
look at. G. A. Ottomeyer finds time to
change his window trimmings as fre
quently as any merchant in the city and
he shows both windows of his store nice
ly decorated with popular dress goods
and ladies' wear. His windows always
look well. The windows of the Weneeda
Bakery are hard to use *for the purpose
of displaying goods but pne has only to
step inside and there they find the best
of everything the line of confection.
The Review speak of this because it rec
ognizes the work and taste necessary in
THE BEST TLACE IN NEW. ULM TO BUY. 5
There is not another store outside of Minneapolis or St. Paul where such an ex
pensive line of Xmas goods can be found. They were bought with a special desire to
please. If you can't be satisfied here you will not be satisfied anywhere.
This is an item that will always be
rather rare in the average home, hence
all the more desirable for those who wish
something artistic and different. We
have a line that is truly artistic. We
predict that the pieces will go rapidly so
those who wish to make sure of a good
selection should come early.
AND. J. ECKSTEIN. RROR.,
making good window displays. It is an
art that requires as much skill as paint
ing and deserves the credit due the geni
us whose work it is. New Ulm has the
best looking show windows of any city
iu the state.
Call at the Weneeda Bakery and Con
fectionery for fine Christmas nuts and
Frank Raschka and family of Wubasso
visited with friend« in this city several
days last week.
Sleighing is good in the city but there
is hardly sufficient snow for good travel
ing on the country roads.
Trains have been, seriously delayed on
the Northwestern road by reason of the
snow which drifted quite badly Saturday.
The ice man expects to begin storing
ice next week. The product this year is
clear and hard and at present is about
fifteen inches thick.
Rev. C. H. Dallmann, successor to
Rev. Eyrich arrived with his family
from Elkart, Ind., last week and preach
ed his first sermon at the Evangelical
church on Sunday.
This evening the election of a second
lieutenant will take place at the armory,
and also the appointment of non-com
missioned officers. The armory is nicely
furnished now and makes a pleasant
meeting place for the company.
Special Holiday Prices:
Blizzard 10c cigars:
Sweet Home Festival
can be better recommended than
Per box of 50 cigars $3.38
Nan Wilkes 5c cigars:
Per box of 50 cigars 1.94
The gift above all that suits a smoker
is a box of tiue cigars. You make sure
of cigars he will like by getting them
here. In boxes of 25 cigais. Also smok
ers' sets, cigar cases, pipes and every
thing else in smokers' goods.
Be your own boss—smoke Blizzards.
Miss Laura Baarsch of BirJ Island is
visiting friends in this city.
Andrew Hoidale of Madison, this state
father of Inar Hoidale of this city, was
here on Monday.
Santa Claus lias favored the Broadway
Grocery with a large bargain in oranges.
These are California sweet oranges and
at 15c per dozen they are yours.
A. R. Bowling is now dividing his
time between his school iu this city and
the Marshall institution, spending three
days at each place.
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Adam
Lohmer was buried from her home in
this city. Two small children and a
husband survive her.
It has been impossible to secure ade
quate helps in the Review office the past
two weeks and the paper necessarily
goes to its readers a little short of news.
After the holiday rush we trust to make
up for all deficiencies.
MONTH AFTER MONTH
a cold clings to you,,' The cough seems
to tear holes in the delicate tissues of
the throat and lungs. You lose weight
and you wonder if you are threatened
with a disease you scarcely dare to name.
Are you aware that even a stubborn and
long-neglected cold is cured with Aliens
Lung Balsam? Do not spend more of
your life in coughing and worrying.
For health happiness and hospitality and for Chi istmas cheer, no cigars
NAN WILKES ^,,.,,
attractive CKrUtma^ £re.ser\t.s.
^f corner off
and mail it
with 10c to the
Burg Cigar Co.,
New Ulm, Minn.,
and you will receive
by return mail a beau
tiful 'Blizzard on Card',
a most attractive and