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with Omaha N».'8 aiKasota for all
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F. P. Starr H. Wagen
Jlgeet. Nt»w Ulm General Agent
i*VMino. Winona, Minn.
Wpits of WnraeMHcx A
Oonrity rff Bmm£1m
W~ .»• 1
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ffajQdieial District Allowancan
.. ..'..... .Plaintiff
JJatwi January Wth. IIIIS. I °Couuty of 1 rowu
v. flaimiH'" \ttorn'us. '.
NOTICE OP US
State of Minnesota, t8.
Ceuuty ot Uruwa.,4
Ninth Judicial District.
Fried Rhmann and Victor Zagrotzkj. auo
•ll other persons unltnowuClaiming any right,
title, estate, interest or lien in the real estate
deseribed in the complaint herein... Defendants
Notice Is hereby given, that an action has
been commenced in this Court by the above
•aped Plaintiff against the above named De
fendants Thst the object of said action is to
hawe the Plaintiff adjudged the owner in fee
fdnwle and eatitled to tyie possession of the.
property in the eohtplalftt jthtf hertin
afSr described, aad to/further adjudge that
the Defendants, friedJU»n«snn and.Victor
Sagrotahi aad also ail'other persons an
liaSwn. have no right, title, estate, internt or
Dap in or to said teel.jgopsrty or any part
S real property affected by said action is
elMMted in the Coaaty of Brawn in tas.«U«eot
JHhwesota aad todesstHied ss follows,
tola OnedJ and Three i8) of Block No. One
hoadred and forty-two «I42) Son th of Center
sjsTiet in the City of New .Ulm, according to
the plat ot aaid «Ity on flle and of cord in the
oaVeeoftheRegtMerofDeedsla aad for said
Osaaty of Brown
Qsted Jaanary Was. MU.
8oaMM Drarsn Mvaixn,
New Olm. Minnesota.
Order E a a A©*rJoapj.B»e.
.:. .r'"»peo1al Term, January Sltb.Wtt
I the matter of the estate of Wilbelm
Hu reading aad fliing the petition of Karl
Pastel. AdatiaisUataroTthe.esUto of WUbelm
Tsslel, dseeaasd, rvpreseating ameag other
mjagstthatIe7roatilfaljy administered said
«s4ate, and prariag-Uiai a time and place be
AajMl'rar- esanUaing .aad allowing the as
JSoaat of Mfd adsainUtrstioa, and for as
^ajameat «f'ttteteiuwas of ssi I sstate to the
)sM«k«-«nti»Iodthereto to law:
nt. said claiaa* am- debts so paid by him and
a«a.yst sNoirert etleorains telaw, be heard by
'••Ms Ctatrs, on Wft&ms the 2Hrtday of February
T. D. 1913. at o'clock A. MM at the Probate
ofaee. in the city of Dim In as "ounty.
And It is further ordered, that notice thereof
foe-given to .all persons interested, by publish-*
tog this order once in eaeb -week for three,
successive weeks prior to said day of hear
iag, in the New Ulm view, a woeklrnews
paper, printed and published at New Ulm, in
Dated at New Ulm the 31th day of January
A. D. 1913.
By the Court
(Seal] UBOROE ROSS,
5—7 Jodire of Probate.
Order for Heai ing Proofs of Will.
State of Minnesota,» __
Coouty of Brown I
Special Term. Jnnnary 3"th, 1913
In the Matter of the Estate of Cbriatoph
"Wlnn-as, sn instrument in writing, pur
porting to be the last will aud testament of
Cbrtatopii Fi»clier. late of said county.' has been
delivered to this Court
And \Vliereas. Kuuigunda Fischer has filed
therewith hvr petition, representing amongr
©th things thatsaidCnristoph r'ischerdieil in
said county ia thef'th day of January A.
»]8. x'ate and that said petitioner is the soli
executrix uamed in said*Vast will and testa'
ment, and prayiat that said iuatrunteut may be
admitted to' probate, aud tbtit letters testa
mentary be to her issued thereon
It Ordered, that the proofs of said instru
ment aiid the 8aM petition, be heard before this
Court, at-the Probate office, in the Court
House, in the City of New Ulm. in said County,
on tbe 27th dajr of February A. D. 1913, at 10
o'clock in toe foraooou, when all concerned
may apt Oar aad ouutest the probate of said
And ItJs Further Ordered, that public notice
.•the time and place ot said baailng be given
a all persons Interested, by publication of a
•Japy of this order for three Bucot-s»ivs weeks
to said day ol bearing in the New Ulm
lsa In aaid
levie a week!/ newspaper pirinted
sblsbed at Use City of.-.Mow
%t*datNewUts*,aUB«.. JsnuarySOth, A.
I* too Court.
%M) 4odge of Probate,
aaVM. mUlhiHtHlmii tillIm*.
S A S O MINNESOTA,»
stooge—Dai»«, o-whiiP-. 4!
Ihro to TWis Cities aad the Vast
S a ,Jpl«W
22— Kx tkindKV.Jplt4,lii*.r'.« 25 a h*a'«» *»f/.,?*'e1 1*'
•JaaaecU st Jaaote fir ftria Cities or MankaU pay ealil debts, the legacies or ex
petise* administration, and that
wnm AnaiMn a a »,icio a sis wsnureda the a a of February A.
a a a W a rwbt, mjljM.mt lOo-clocfc A a at the erobate
tatla estate,B unesast orlienlath Aiilestate•^Offfce, in New Ul in said County.
dssaribed in tlieoossplaintrhereui...Defendants, An It is further ordered, that notice
the State of Miaaesof*. mrttm abov*''«amed persons inleres
dhasndanta: iTti '..-,. ted publishing this order once Isi each
rooasdeaebo ytw are hereby antrimoiMrf »7*'«»£.J»je* successive weeks. prior to
ajsTreonhwdto sawwer the eomplaiat of the'i da^y at hearing, in• the New Ulu
eaatast to aniiVe tn complaint or toe ^m Re
J*laintiff in the a
ffied in the office ttfrneiferfc «f the district V."
SMf.^Y .a .*••' -•..
In Probate Court.
I Special Terra. January 18. IBIS.
2 W 5
-George Marti Adminstrator- setting forth
Mie amount of personal estate that has
come into his bands, the disposition there,
of. and how much remains undisposed
ol. the amount of debts utstandina
aga nst said deceased, an *ar as t..e same
:an be ascertained the legacies unpaid,
end tr description of ail the real estate,
excepting the homestead of which said
deceased died seised, and the condition
and value of the respective portions or
lots thereof the i*r~«n« interested in
•ai estate, with their residences and
praving tUai: license be to George Marti
granted to sell the real estate described in
said petition at private sale. And it ap
l«ariiig by said petition that there Is not
sufficient iiersonal estate in the hands of
Ho614-DalU, new Una 3.39 m' acM'V.V,?
2 4 line 3.41 nt iHierem.u »u **iu cot ie appear Mxfore
lli 14 Ex S a line .e.55 I fflLS5Lrt«a2? .* ««ay of
at point. S a on S S & &
»WEST said Con.ity. then and to show
there bet why license
giioiild not be granted to said Geogelf
real estate of said d-ceae«l as shall be
necessary to pay such debts, legacies or
And It Is Further Ordered. That this or.
ner shall b«* imblished «»nce in each week
rth-e succersive weeks iirio- to suid
day of hearing, in the .New Ulm Review a
weekly newspaper printed and published
at New lUm. in sad unty.
Dated «t Ne Ulm. Minn., this 18th day
of Junuury A. I). 1913.
,B the Court,
(S*"" GEO. ROSS.
fudge of Probate.
Order te Suam AccsaaM, Stc.
S A S O MINNESOTA.
In Probate Court,
isipeclal Term, ianuary 31st. IMS.
In the matter of the estate of Bertha
.,»»» teading and filing the petition of
Hugo Gelieer, Baecutor of the es
tate of itertha iiebser, deceased rep
resenting, a other thlnga. that he
has fully administered aaid estate, aa
praying that a time and place be fixed for
It is ordered, that said account be ex.
•mined petition and apolicatlon far
." ^f'*1 «nd debts so
and allowed accord
g.t law be heard far Oils Court, on
•JB. to law, be hean far
l^isd Kttaiima aad J,ictor Zagrotskl,, .also '^|[huredav_ the a 5 a
Connor the MouWe«Jicial Dfitrict in and for J*f'" *»»e *lst day
the t'dnnty of BK^ra and State of Minnesota. January A. D. WIS. ..
and to serve a ooa' of yoar aaswer to the .said
•omplaiat no tbt- wbieribera. st their ottice- in
tbei'iiynf Near Uun in said Connty.^within
twenty days after the serriiv of this gnmmons
npon yon exclusive of the dav ofsiich wrvice
and if you fail to answer the naiiciniila1ni
wiiliiiiilietirnrarorexahl. tho Plaintiff iu this vnitr of Htanng on P§lition for Probate of
action will ap|«y t» tho Court tor the relief de-1 Forolgn Will
mauilvd in the Complaint. Statoof Mtnti^sota
VT^ .M l" ••i county
4 6 Judg of Probate.
»«»tt«rof the estate of Anion Preis-
New Ulm. Minnesota Wger.dtceueut.
uvrtuiu iuatrumentg purporting to be autheu
tiCdteii opiux of the last will aud test.imuni of
Anton Pioisingeraudof th probate thereof iu
th Probate Cou iu and for the County of
Di'uel Sitaio of South Dakota having hetn pre
8uti'd to tliin court, aud .ha petitiou ol Henry
Busgeu boiuj tllid herein, rep ese'nting, amoiid
oilier tningd, that »aid deoodeiit. then beiujr a
nsid. t»to( the County of Doael State of SoUth
has.been allowed sue) admitted to probate as
will iii th« Court above named, and praying
that isid Will be allowed and admitted to pro
bate in thin stats, snd tbat letters Testamentary
be issued thereon to Henry basgen.
It i* ordered, thst said petition be beard be
fore this court, st the Probate Court Booms in
Court Honoe, in New Ulm County of Brown
tttateot Mihrfesota. a 28th dsy of Febru
ary 1913. at 10 o'clock A. If.. and thst the order
of this opart issue to all persons interested-in
'ssfeh hearing and said matter, aad that such
°Z°*Z 'b*..*8rT#d the .publication taereoi in
the Nt?w fJlm Review aeeordiag to law.
DSted February 3rd. 1911. g_g
'SHF-L •. ,': JBythsCoart.
Jos. A, Eckstein Geo. ROM.
Attoraevfor Petitioner ProbateJudge.
Three little bugs in bssket,
And hsrdly room for two!
And one wss yellow, one wss black
And one like me or you,
The •paoeWassmair, nodoubt, for all
But whst should three bugs do?
Three little bugs in basket/
And hsrdly crumb for two
Anil all were selfish in their hearts,
The same ss Idr you
So the strong one ssid, "We will eat
That is whst we'll do."
Three Mule bugs In a basket.
And the beds but two would hold
So they sll ^ree fell to quarreling—
The white, tbe black and the gold
And two of the bugs got under the
And one waa out fn the cold.
He that was left in the basket,
Without a'crumo to chew,
Or.a thread to wrap himself withal,
Wheo the winds across hin blew,
Pulled one of tbe rugs from one of tbe
And so the quarrel grew!
So there was war in the basket—
Ah! Pity 'tis, 'tis true
But, he that was frozen and 9tarved at
A streogth from his weakness drew,
And pulled tbe rugs from both of the
And killed aod ate them, too!
Now, when bugs live ic« basket,
Though more than it can hold,
It seems to me that they would better
The white, the black and the gold—
And share what comes of the beds and
And leave no bug in the cold!
Ferdinand Sohaefer to Fred Aufder
beide 6 50 S City §40.
MikeArtnertoCerl Krueger 1*3B6
Holme Add Comfrey t& 0.
Uakpta died tesUte in the i^iuoty ol Btuwn
StatoofMium! ota on th* j"th day of Septum-! assurances that Russi a and France
TO RENEW WAR
F.3inforced Anny Now Set
FOWERS STILL HAVE HOPE
list Attempt Bolng Made at Cenitan?
tlneple and Sofia to Prevent Re
sumption of Hostilities.
Constantinople, Feb. 1.^—All
officers and men of the Turk
ish army on furlough have
been ordered to rejoin their
regiments within twenty-four
The military governor of the
capital has issued an emphatic
denial of the reports of dissen
sions among the Turkish
troops on the Tchatalja lines.
London, Feb. 1.—The Turk
ish government sent orders to
the Ottoman peace plenipoten
tiaries to leave London at once
for the Turkish capital, ac
cording to a dispatch from
Feb. 2.—A last attempt *o
prw«nt a resumption of war .In lae
Baltaft umlnsula is being made by tse,
reprsMatittiyee of the powers at C^tt
sfefttiaoole and Sofia, acoordlof to in
eprfsatldhi received by the fSurepean
ambassadors in London.
In the meanwhile everytnlng has'
been made ready for a renewal of hos
tilities. The members or the Bulga
rian peace delegation have received
communications from the front in
which General Savon* asserts that the
army surrounding Adrianople is one
of the most efficient ever gathered to
gether. He declares that every detail
for its storming and capture of the
city has been carefully prepared.
The general commends the spirit of
loyal rivalry between the Servian and
Bulgarian troops, who in almost equal
numbers are before the fortress. Bets
are freely offered among the besiegers,
he says, as to which nationality will
be the first to enter Adrianople.
It, is asserted here that the Monte
negrins and the Greeks have received.
«uppo their retention of Scutari
and Janina if they succeed in captur
ing them while the Bulgarians are tak
ing Adrianople. King Nicholas, of
Montenegro, on the one. side, and
Crown Prince Constantlne of Greece
on the other, declare thai they will
take' the fortress by storm or lose
their lives in the attempt'v
Should any fresh proposition to pre
vent renewal of war give promise of
success the allies will now put as a
condition not only the cession of
Adrianople and the Aegean islands
but also the surrender of Scutari and
Jsnins to Montenegro snd Greece.
Moat of the Greek and Servian peace
saiegstea hsve left for home.
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DEMOCRATS WOW IK GOWTROi
Hsve Majorrty of two In the United
Washington. Jan. JO.—With the elec
tion of Willard Saulsbury as United
States senator from Delaware the
Democratic strength, in the'next sen
ate swgng from the precarious figure
of tarty-eight, or exactly oaoVhsff of
the senate, to the safer total.of forty
sloe, njajority of two.
-Mr. Ssulshury's election, added to
the victory recently obtained in Ten
aewsne. assures the Democratic party
abaolute coritrof. The vote of Vice
President Marshall would have been
the deciding factor in any event, but
party leaders ..believe now they have
a saft margin for tariff and legislative
FOUR DIE IN HOTEL FIRE
Three Men and One Woman Perish at
Chicago, Jan. 31.—Four persons,
three men and one woman, were
burned to death, three men were seri
ously injured and a dozen others were
hurt in a fire which destroyed the
Iowa hotel, a four-story brick struc
The hotel was a cheap affair which
had only wooden cots for beds and
was above a saloon. AH of the dead
were found in the rooms they had oc
cupied, which were in the south divi
sion of the building. Those seriously
hurt jumped from windows either into
an alley or onto the spur of the North
IMMIGRATION BILL APPROVED
Conference Report Adopted by House
After Vigorous Discussion.
Washington, Jan. 31.—The confer
ence report on the immigration bill
was again accepted by the house
debate during which the bill
.'Wis characterized by some as un
American, unpatriotic, vicious and un
necessary.' and warmly defended by
ethers. It now goes to. the senate.
MELLEN PLEADS WOT GUILTY
Appears en Chart* of Violating tho
Now York. Feb. t.—Charles 8. Mel
lon' and E. X. Chanborltn entered
pleas of not guflty to toe federal dis
trict court' to Indictments charging
them wttn violating tho.. criminal
clause of the Sherman anti-trust law.
in connection with a monopoly agree
ment between the New Haven rail
road and the Grand Trunk. They were
given until Feb. 10'to change their
COURT GIVES CASTRO
Venezuelan's Case Com:s Up
Again on Feb, 7.
New York, Feb. 1.—The right to go
and come, a free man. ^through the
streets of New York, was the posses
sion of General Cipriano Castro, but
Instead of exercising the privilege he
went to bed. Released under 1500
hail .pending argument on a writ of
habeas corpus, after his month of con
flnement st Ellis Island, Castro made
for an uptown hotel, engaged a luxu*
rious suite of rooms snd shut himself
upi He sent word that he wss 'hav
ing some lemonade" and intended to
General Castro's week of freedom
wss granted by Judge HoK after it
bad been, agreed to postpone argument
on the writ until Feb. 7. The docu
ment compels the government to show
legal cause why Castro, who was or
dered deported by Secretary Nsgel of
the'^department, of commerce end Is
bor, ebouM sot be sdattted..
TARIFF HEARINGS CLOSED
Hevse Wsys snd Mesns Committee
.'Wsshington. Feb. 2.—-The tariff
hearing* were closed after almost
month of daily sessions of the bouse
copaaiittee on wsys snd mesns. The
flnsl testimony *ras by witnesses in
terested ht tfie freettst. The commit
tee is ready to proceed next' week
with 'executive sessions in the formu
Istten 6f tentative legislation for the
ONE MORE STATE IS NEEDED
West Virginia Legislature Ratifies In
come Tax Amendment.
Charleston, W. Va., Feb. 1.—By
unanimous vote the West Virginia leg
islature ratified the income tax amend
ment to the federal Constitution. Gov
ernor Glasscock has announced that
he favors the measure.
The vote ot, but one other state is
needed to make the amendment con
RYAN'S BOND IS APPROVED
Head of Ironworkers' Union Will Be
Chicago, Feb. 2.—The $70,000 bond
of Frank M. Ryan, president' of the
International Ironworkers' union, was
approved by Judge Baker of the Unit
ed States circuit court of appeals.
Ryan was sentenced 'in Indianapolis
on conviction of conspiracy to trans
port dynamite. He was given seven
PENNSYLVANIA M.NERS OUT
Thousands of Workers Employed at
Scranton on Stride. .|
Scranton, Pa-, Feb. 2.—Thousands
of mine workers employed at local I hag signed the congressional resolu
collieries went out on strike fotlowfipg
the failure of the mine engineers to
comply with the ultimatum of tie
mine workers to join tbe United Mine
WOT%^ »r Fe i.••--fr
ONE TERM PLAN
Units President to Sii Years
In White Hosse,
CARRIES BY HARROW MAR6IN
Mow Goes to IN* Hotrso and If Ju
There Will fe submitted to
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Washington, Fob. 1.—A eonatttu
tipnal amendment which would re
strict the president of Che United
8tates to a single term of six years
and would bar Woodrow Wilson, Theo
dore Roosevelt and William H. Tart
from seeking election was approved
by the senate by the narrow margin
of one vote.
After a three-day fight. In which
Progressives Joined with many Re- *eek.
publicans in opposing the restricted
presidentikl term, the senate adopted
the original Works resolution by a
vote of 47 to 23.
The resolution proposing the'consti
tutional amendment now goes' to the
house.. If ratifled there by two
thirds vote it will be submitted to the
leglalatures of the states and will be
come effective' when three-fourths of
the forty-eight states of the' Union
hsve-'oftlcially approved It.
-An amendment by Senator Hitch
cock, which would have exempted past
presidents aad made tne^new provfi
sioa take effect March 4. lPlT.i wss
voted down .4? to 27, snd an amend-,
ment by Senator Sutherland to ex
empt the president in ofOoe when the
constitutional amendment may ttnally
be ratified was defeated 38 to 29.
NATIONALISTS WIN ELECTION
Ulster Shown to Be About Equally
Divided on Home Rule.
Londonderry. Feb. 1.—The official [tn,s annoysnee. O to. Olsen
count showed the Nationalists carried
the Ixmdonderry election by 57 votes.
D. C. Hogg, Nationalist, polled 2.699
votes against 2,642 for Colonel Pack
This gives the Nationalists seven
teen votes in Ulster against sixteen
held by the Unionists, and proves
Ulster is not overwhelmingly against
Extraordinary efforts were made by
both parties to bring every elector
to the polls, and as a result of their
exertions out of a total electorate of
5,642 voters 5,341 caat their ballots.
Many of the sick and Infirm Inhabi
tants were taken to the polling booths
STATE MAY BUY RAILROAD
Plan endorsed by Ferris te Be
sented to Michigan House.
Lansing, Mich., Jsn. 30.—A plan for
the purchase of the Pere Marquette
railroad by "the state'of Michigan, en
dorsed by Governor Ferris, will be
submitted to tbe house of representa
tives after bavins once beet} turned
down by that body.
Representative Glessner ssid thst
opinione of constitutional experts were.
thst tbe auto could buy or operate
railroad when abuses were to be cor
rected and that a plan for the pur
chase of the Pere Marquette wdold be
submitted to the legislsture.
NOTED DIPLOMAT IS DEAD
Or. Theodore von Hellenes
Away at Berlin.
Berlin, Feb. 2.-—Dr. Theodore von
Holleben, formerly German ambassa
dor at Washington, died here in Ms
seventy-fifth year. He had been seri
ously ill for about two. weeks.
Dr. von Hollenben had'been in the
"German diplomatic service'since 1873.
He served two terms at Washington,
first as minister In 1891-92 and then
as ambassador from 1897 to 1903.
He held an honorary doctor's degree
RENEWS FIGHT ON REBELS
Mexican Government Protecting
Washington, Feb. 2.—Reports, from
Mexico encouraged officials here to
believe that the Madero government
was putting forth renewed efforts to
suppress the rebels.
Ambassador Wilson reported that
federal troops in the north were tak
ing measures to protect American
mining properties in Chihuahua.
FIVE ARE BURNED TO DEATH
Entire Iowa Family Perishes When
Home Is Destroyed.
Richland, la., Feb. 1.—Major Har
ris, his'wife and two children and his
mother were burned to death when
their farm home three miles north of
Richland was destroyed by fire.
Approves Lincoln Memorial.
Washington. Feb. 2.—President Taft
tion providing for the erection of a
memorial here to Abraham Lincoln In
Potomac park. The plan approved
will reqt-sre appropriation of ss
SQVjMO,, •:.-- ib-
Unkia BulldiuK ttehool Notes.
The followiofr pupils had perfect
marks in spelling the pest week:
Gladys Grosseodorf, Frieda Schsefer,
Katharine Welaor, OlsoDougher, Frew
Neieeo, Helen Bsrtb, Max Berj?, Brnst
Prahl, Fred Boerger, Julia Franks,
Eleanor Qulnn, Mahel Olid, Esther
Mauch, Herborl JUnd snd Hilda
From class of fifty, the following
named pupils steured tbe highest av
erage, for the psat month: Adeline
Regelin, Frieda Sebaefer, Gladys
Grusaendorf, Glorenp Dirks, Hilda
Neemano, RumaoPsakeo, Fi^dNeisen,
George Schocb, Hilds Luetjen snd
.,, fOURTH GRADE. ...
In spite of the inclement weather sit
but'four of the pupils were present
id a /._""'• •LX*^-
Perfect work In spelliog was done
by Leoaore Dstere, Verona Gebbsrdt,
Bidred Gieseke, Blaoch Bu.-g snd
Benedict Sehr sod Edwin Hofmelater
were enrolled in the fifth grade last
Many pupils were sbsent on sooonoi
of sickness nod tbeeold weather.
Only four sgrsin Isat week bad per
fecHrrsdes ii|spelliog. Tbey went
Anns Hetlinje*r Helen. Johnson,
Harry Scbwer snd Albert. Feblbsber.
THIRD GRADE. "(l
Myrtle Alwlo, Helen Keile, Bessie
Dldts, Ions Arbesi Luniss 8cbseksf
and Emerald Dirksaoored perfect in
spelling Iset week. •.-,• ..,-' -t
Tne cold westner Isst Friday caused
a Urge bbrnher of sbwnoesV Twelve
pupllkof bur grsde did" not sttend
Hohool thst dsy.
When Burton Holmes recently gsve
his celebrated travelogue, on "Pana
iha" st Orchestra H«ll, Chfcsgo, he
was seriously interrupted by cootious)
cnugbing of the audience. No one
annoys wihingly sod if people with
coughs, colds, hoarseness and tickling
in throat would use Foley's Hooey
Tar Compound, they could quickly
cure their coughs and coins and avoid
The undersigned offers for
sale at a moderate price and
upon reasonable terms, the
following lots in the city of
Lots No. 9 and 12, Block No.
200. N of Center St.
Lots No. 2. 3, 10 and 13, Bl
Nu. H, 8 of Center St.
Lot No. 12, Bl No. 91, S of
Lot No. 8, Bl No. 156, 8 of
Lot No. 10, Bl No. 90, 8 of
Lots No. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9,11 snd
IS, Bl No. 118, 8 of Center
Lot No. 1, 31 N. 119, 8 of
Lots No 8. 9, 10, 11, 12, 14,
Block 177, 8 of Center St.
Also modern 8-room dwel
ling house on Washington St.
near the N. U. High School.
Also the former Fr. Rose
property in Esrig.
Am in the market for the
saleand purchaseof ail kinds
of real estate. Apply to
FOKSALR-The N. Bennlngsen Agency
has for ssie number of nies
dwelling houses in the eity of New
Ulm, ranging in price fromtllOssw
to $3100 00. These dwellings are
located in different psrte of the City
snd sra. sll good propositions.
Corns sdd see ns for farther psr
Between Two Pianos
of equal price there may be
a great difference. That is
whyapin.no of known repu
tation should always be given
the preference. We handle
none but instruments whose
merits have been proven.
We sell»them at honest prices
and upon convenient terms.
Come and test tbjem.
Wm. J. Winkelmann.
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