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Miss Carolyn Backer began work as
teacher in the Havemeier District near
Mrs. Wm. Backer visited with Manka
to friends la3t week. She returned home
Mr. and Mrs. D. Rempel of Mountain
Lake armved Monday for a few days
stay at the Chas. Hauenstein home.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Metzinger and
Mrs. 0. C. Strickler and daughter, Miss
Vera, enjoyed an automobile trip to
Springfield last week
Estimates Promptly Furnished
It's natural for you to want the most and the best you can get
for your money. But when you buy a bill of lumber without getting
an estimate from us, how do you know that you're getting the best
bargain that is possible for you to get?
You simply can't tell a thing about it. You don't know whether
you're losing money or not.
The only safe way is to always let us mane you an estimate on
what you want, before buying elsewhere. We have complete stocks
of everything in lumber and building material.
Henry Simons Lbr. Co.
F. R. EMMINGS, Manager.
G. A. OTTOME YER
Ladies Ready«To=Wear and
Our Fall and Winter Stylesjare
now ready for your inspection
Ladies and Hisses Suits, Coats
and Dresses in Abundance
In our Underwear and Hosie
ry Department you willfindthe
famous "MUNSING WEAR"
and "IRON CLAD HOSIERY"
The above lines of merchan
dise are of the best on the mar
ket and are known for work
manship and durability.
If you are living" out of the
city send for samples, or when
ever you visit New Ulm make
our store your headquarters.
GIVE US A CALL
Rev. and Mrs. Hohn entertained Mrs.
Paul Hohn and children of Echo last
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Laven and son
Wilfred and Mr. and Mrs. Fox came
down from Mankato last Thursday
afternoon in the latter's car.
Julius Berndt, Jr., left for Morton
Monday afternoon in response to a tele
phone call that his brother Hugo was
very seriously ill.
Clerk of Court Carl P. Manderfeld,
who for the past year has been a tenant
of the Ohn house on Center Street
moved the early part of the week to
the former Gust Srelbrink property,
corner 8th North and Washington Streets
We can please you this sea
son. We show a strong
line of medium priced
We carry as big a line as
can be found in this part
of the state.
CALL AND SEE THEM
UNDERWEAR & HOSIERY
G. A. OTTOME YER
Miss Hulda Goetsch returned Friday
from a visit with friends in the Twin
Miss Harriet Payne spent several days
last week visiting with her mother in
Jos. Tower of Garrison, N. D. is
town visitinp with relatives and friends.
Mr. Tower is in the land business at
Miss Frieda Boock who has been
visit ng for a week at Redwood Falls,
Sleepy Eye and Evan returned home
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Nenno are enjoying
a trip to Omaha, Colorado Springs and
Barney Huelskamp is now a student in
the Mankato Commercial College. He
will take a complete coirmerc al course.
Mrs. C. A. Arhart and son of Fargo,
N. D. visited with friends and relatives
the past week.
Prof. A. Ackermann was at Elkton, S.
D. Sunday where he delivered the sermon
at a Lutheran mission festival held there
John Zimmermann and family of Sigel
moved into New Ulm last Wednesday
and he expects to spend his declining
years in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schellbach ard
daughter and Mrs. John G. Meyer of
Hoffmann and Mrs. A. Antptt Sundayed
at the home of A. J. Meyer of this city.
Last Sunday was Rally Day at the Ger
man M. E. Church and a special program
was prepared by the Sunday School. It
was also Promotion Day for the Sunday
School Grade pupils.
Capt. Hofmeister will direct the mus
ical activities in the High School this sea
son. He will put the young musicians
thru a vigorous course of work this winter
and some good results may be expected.
Thursday morning the 15 year old
daughter of Richard Reddemann of
Sleepy Eye was operated upon for an
abdominal abscess. The patient was
brought here by Dr. G. Schmidt of Sleepy
Mrs. Edmund Posch of St. Paul ac
companied her sister, Miss Ilda Hai en
stein to New Ulm when she returned
from a short visit in St. Paul last week.
Mrs. Posch and baby will spend a week or
two with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
The friends of John C. Rudolph will
be pained to learn that he has become so
feeble that his transfer from the Dakota
House to the IiOretto Hospital became
imperative and he was taken there the
latter part of the week.
Mrs. G. Schmidt and Mrs. I. M. Olscn
werethe lucky guessers in the Jewel Stove
Contest. Mr. Stolz purchased the stove
and divided the money between the ladies
as neither of tkem was in need of the new
Julius Harbo of the Town of Lake
Hanska sustained a double fracture of
h*s right arm on his farm about four
miles from Hanska Friday. The acr
cident happened while trying to throw
the belt off from the threshing machine.
Mrs. Mary Hummel of Minneapolis
has been in the city the past week, the
guest of relatives and friends. Her
new residence which she is building in
Minneapolis is nearly complete and she
expects to make that city her future
Thursday morning the three year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moll of the
Town of Milford suffered a fracture of
one of the bones of the left leg below the
knee. Just how it happened is notattend
definitely known, but it is believed that
he was stepped on by a horse. He was
found in the pasture with the broken
limb. A doctor was called immediately
to reduce the fracture.
The recital given at the Congregational
Church by Mrs. Viola Frederick and Miss
Frances Krook wasmost delightful. The'
ladies both have rare abilities as entertain
ers and their selections were most happily
chosen and rendered with a thoro under
standing of the requirements. There was
a good attendance and a nice sum was re
alized by the Aid Society which was pro
moting the affair.
Albin Carlson informs us that he is no
longer a resident of New Ulm having
bought out a business in Minneapolis and
taken charge of it two weeks ago. The
business is the Canadian Buffet and is.
located at 601 Washington ave south.)
There is also -a restaurant in connection'
with the buffet and Mr. Carlson invites
all his New Ulm friends to call upon him
there. Mrs. Carlson is still here and will
be until the latter part of the month when
they will have their household goods
ready for shipment. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Carlson say that they are sorry to leave
New Ulm and they will be missed by
many friends. No doubt they will often
come back for a visit with old acquain
A pretty wedding ceremony was*per
formed at St. Mary's Catholic church
at this place Tuesday morning at nine
o'clock when Miss Martha, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hartneck, became
the bride of John Steffi of Clements. The
ceremony was solemnized by Rev.
Father Fleck in the-presence of a few
friends and relatives. Miss Lena Steffi,
sister of the groom acted as bridesmaid
and Joe Zent of Lucan was best raanv
Following the ceremony the bridal party
went to the Hartneck home where a
wedding festival was carried out during
the day. Mr. Steffi is a model type of
young man, being engaged in the general
merchandise and furinture business ir
Clements. His wife has a host of friends
in this vicinity who know her only by hei
good qualities. Mr and Mrs. Steffi wil
make Clements their future home
Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch.
William Reineke and family of Fari
bault speqt Sunday at the home of Dr.
G. F. Reineke. mrm tm&w
Mrs. Fred Alwin of Sleepy Eye
visited with her daughter, Mrs. A. A.
last week. A
At a meeting of the school board held
Monday evening the furniture md
equipment for the new high school
building was ordered.
Mrs. C. W. Miller, Mrs. Reineke and
Mrs. Buehrer left yesterday, Tuesday,
for Rochester where they will attend a
Women's Federated Club corvarticn.
They will return to-morrow.
Last week Theo. G. Budde, son-in-law
of Mrs. Ida Schwantes sold his 420 acre
farm in Wabasha County near Mid
land Junction, known as "The Ranch
Farm" for $40,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Bohnacker of Mason
City, la., have arrived and will make
their home in the Greig building on
Center Street. Mr. Bohnacker will
be employed in making the connections
for the Ca? Company.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Rumors have been circulated for
several years that my father John C.
Rudolph, has been living at the Dakota
House on the charity of the landlord,
F. W. Johnson, This is a falsehood
from beginning to end and I wish now
to announce that he has never lived for
a single day at the expense of the Dakota
House or any one else. He has paid his
own way to the last cent and is indebted
to no one else for his support. He has
never once missed a day of payment.
FOUND: A sum of money on Minn.
St., Wednesday afternoon. Owner
can have same from JOS. KARL.
For Sale Cheap.
One Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. Enqui
quire at Prof. A. Ackermann.
Adv. College Heights.
FOR SALE CHEAP: One Remington
Typewriter No. 10, in good condition.
Will accept $30.00.
H. B. Philips, Room 5, Otto-
meyer Block. Care Fielding and Shepley.
The Union Hospital Aid Society will
meet at Gebser's Hall Monday, October
12th, at 3 o'clock. All interested in the
Society's work are urged to be present.
Mrs. Nellie Frank, Beauty Specialist
from the Franco-American Laboratories
of Chicago is in this city. Will give
face massages. Also treats the scalp.
Ca)l and see her. Rooms over Rawson
Variety Store. Tri-State Phone, 685.
FOR SALE—8 room cottage on Frank
i^Jwh street South. Price $1700,
\lnquire STORK BROS. adv 33tf.
FOR SALE: Nice residence property
301 No. Franklin St., Cor. 3rd North,
7 room house, and barn. Improvements
75 ft lot, close to churches. Adv 39t
FOR SALE: Desirable residence pro
perty new house, in the heart of the
.city, two blocks from the Court House
and two blocks from the school house
is for sale. Inquire of Albert Stein
hauser. Adv 46tf.
WANTED: Two good men at the New
Ulm Roller Mill. Adv. 38
Success or failure—which? If you
Mankato Commercial College,
Mankato, Minn, your success is assured.
After October 1st., 1914, Dr. Strick
ler will be found either in his new offices
over the State Bank of New Ulm or at
the Arbes Drug Store. Telephone as
before, 60. Adv 39tf
We have a few
on Farm Property.
it over"with lis be
fore putting your
Make your money
work while you
Yes, this is it—the leading style for your
overcoat. It's loose, roomy, comfort
able and correct. The cloth is rough,
fuzzy and full of color. The price is
118., $22. and $25. All the other kinds
of overcoats for all occasions? $12 to 935.
See the new Hats, Caps, Furnishings.
14 N. Minn. Str.. New Ulm, Minn.
DO YOJ KNOW
the finest equipped Gas appliance salesroom "and
Office in the state
in a few days will have in operation the most modern
and up to date Gas works in the state.
DOHT LIE TO
Along Route Three.
The fanners are hauling in a second
crop of hay around here.
G. W. Borche has taken home his rig
after a successful threshing season.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jlot^h visited in
Do^yoii know of the Conveniences and Luxuries, and
the saving in both time and money we have to offer
Have You taken advantage of them
We have special inducements to offer
between now and the time Gas is
turned on the city
IT WILL PAY YOU
to cal| and look us over
NEW ULM GAS CO.
SUNDAY. OCT. I ITH.
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PRICE8:-25, SO, 75, SI.OO
SEATS AT PIONEER DRUG STORE
Le Sueur Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willibald Meidl and Mr.
Ed Meidl Sundayed at the home of Mar
A number of young folks enjoyed a
card party at the Henry Roth home Sun—