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Mrs. Catherine Otto has returned to
.— her home in Morgan after visiting with
relatives in New Ulm.
I Miss Hannah O'Brien who has been
visiting at St. Louis for some time has
I returned to New Ulm.
Miss Clara Epple is the guest of Miss
Irene Larsen at Hanska.
Miss Hertha Diehn of St. Paul is
visiting at the home of Chas. Kaiser.
Herman Jahnke, deputy sheriff of
Brown County, was a Hanska visitor
The William Palmer family of West
Newton and Mrs. Joseph Teynor of New
Ulm visited at St. Cloud last week
making the trip by auto.
W. F. Werner of the plumbing firm o*
Hippert and Werner was in Fairfax re
cently estimating on several good sized
Fred Radtke and Ferdinand Sannwald
have returned from a short automobile
trip to Lucan where they have been
Mrs. M. J. Ouren, Mrs. Geo. Brudhe,
Mrs. Theo. Greenholz, Miss Borghill
Hugget and L. A. Olson all of Hanska
were in New Ulm last Tuesday.
James Dunn, father-in-law of Dr. T.
F. Hammermeister returned to his home
at Lemon, S. D. after a visit of several
•days with his daughter.
Miss Mane Burmeister, who is teach
ing at the Red Wing training school,
returned to her work at the state institu
tion after enjoying a weeks visit at her
home in this city.
Aimer Ouren of Hanska has a new
1916 Pullman touring car for demon
stration purposes. He has secured the
agency for this car in Brown County and
in apart of Watonwan.
County Supt Kennedy spent the fore
_, part of the last week at Springfield where
he conducted the teacher's examinations
in the high school building Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
The village of Hanska has passed on
ordinance prohibiting children from using
the sidewalks for coasting purposes with
their little wagons. The nuisance has
grown to be a real danger in the village.
Miss Cecilia Eibner in company with
Mr. and Mrs. Prof. E. M. Loenhard of
Minneapolis is traveling thru the west.
They will visit Colorado Springs, Yellow
stone Park, Glacier Park, Seattle, Port
land and San Francico.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Meyer who have
been living at Green Bay, Wis. have re
moved to New Prague, Minn. Mr.
Meyer is a graduate of D. M. L. College,
and Mrs. Meyer was Miss Lydia Koepke
before her marriage.
A dancing party was enjoyed by a
large party of young people at the Henry
Scheible farm in Cottonwood last Tues
day evening. The party was given in
honor of Edwin Scheible who is to leave
soon for the west.
Mrs. R. J. Stedler and children who
have been visiting with New Ulm friends
the past three weeks have left for the
Cities where they will make a short stay
before returning to their home at Little
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Theisen gave her mother a bad
half hour last Wednesday afternoon when
she drank a small quantity of kerosene
which her mother was using in cleaning.
Medical assistance was procured at
once and the little girl was soon out of
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M
EWECCPtNO MUST *c«ro««uwcc
Miss Antonetta Martin spent several
days last week visiting at Springfield.
Attorney Alfred W. Mueller was "a
business visitor in St. Paul last Tuesday.
S. A. Wooldrick of Sleepy Eye was a
New Ulm visitor last Thursday and paid
the Review a pleasant call.
Mrs. E. G. Hempel and son left last
Friday for a two weeks visit with relatives
in the cities.
Mrs. Franklin Edwards of Marshall
was the guest at the P. R. McHale home
several days last week.
The Misses Clara and Amelia Thord
son of Hanska were New Ulm visitors
Mrs. Jake Laven and son Wilfred of
Mankato spent the week end at the Geo.
Mrs. John Meyer and daughter of
Minneapolis spent the past few weeks at,
the John Rauschke home.
Miss Margaret Cuddy spent several
days this week as the guest of the Fred
Miss Florence Baer is spending several
days as the guest of Miss Irene Forster
The Chas. Kuehlbach family left by
auto for Milwaukee where they will visit
for several weeks.
Miss Lucy Marti has returned from a
weeks visit with friends at Springfield,
Marshall and Lamberton.
Owners of threshing outfits are getting
them overhauled preparatory to starting
the seasons threshing. Rye and barley
are already being threshed.
visit with old friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Will of
Chicago arrived in New Ulm last Thurs
day for a visit of several days at the O. M.
Olsen home on South Broadway.
Mrs. Louise Vogelpohl and daughter,
Miss Anna, left Wednesday for Green
Bay, Wis., where they will visit with
Mr. and Mrs Fred Vogelpohl.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Buenger of Orton
ville arrived New Ulm last Friday for
a short visit at the Paul Hackbarth home.
They left again Sunday for Aberdeen, S.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schilling and
daughters of Great Falls, Mont, returned
to New Ulm last week for an extended ™ek and *und the crop unusually
good. The gram ran twenty bushel to
the acre of very fine rye.
Lee Tenney formerly pianist at the
American Theater and more recently at
the Grand at Springfield has accepted a
similar position in a Motion Picture
house at Montevideo.
It will probably interest New Ulm
people to learn that a son arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Werner of
Renville recently. Mrs. Werner's maiden
name was Miss Ida Melzer.
the summer work is past.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 24th
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The Winthrop Automobile Club has the sheriff finds it necessary to round
arranged for a big picnic for the club the blind piggers occasionally and
members and their guests to be held at, hale them to St. James for trial. They
Lake Jefferson August 8th. The Win- pay the fine and return to continue
throp club is alive organization and has operations
been very active this summer. I
H. F. Lange of Courtland, secretary of that journeyed to Norwood last Sunday
the Nicollet County Creamery and came home empty handed from the
Dairymen's Association, is working on a tournament. They found the luck
hog exhibit for the county fair of Nicollet against them when they met the Nor
County to be held Sept. 20th, 21st, 22nd.' wood club.
He is hopeful of making a fine showing
of stock at the fair this fall.
Charles Tomschin a well known farmer
A number of friends met at the home Bashaw is planning to retire from his make quite an extended visit
of Mrs. A. A. Alwm last Tuesday evening
to help her celebrate her fiftieth birth
day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dorn of
Sleepy Eye were among the guests. Mrs.
Dorn is a sister of Mrs. Alwm.
farm and turn his broad acres over to the the
care of his son. He is said to be planning latter part of August,
to make his home in New Ulm. He will he local armory has struck another
make the change as soon as the rush of
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Ed Veek and family spent last week
camping at Lake Emily.
Harry Swenson of St. Peter was a New
Ulm business visitor last week. rt*
Mrs. Henry Schwertfeger of Sanborn
visited in New Ulm last week.
Elmer Tappe has returned from a
weeks visit with relatives in Fairfax.
Armin Kachel is spending several
weeks visiting with friends in Winthrop.
Rev. I. F. Albrecht of Fairfax was a
business visitor in New Ulm last Thurs
A. R. Eggensperger, editor of the
Hanska Herald was a New Ulm visitor
Mrs. F. Behnke entertained out ofSixteen
town guests and their friends last
Mr. Theodore Liebel of Minneapolis
visited at the Fred Behnke home over
the week end.
John Trebesch. H. F. Dohrmann of
Sleepy Eye were business visitors inunusually
New Ulm last week!
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Deters and daugh
ter, Laraine, of St. Paul visited friends
in New Ulm last week.
Mrs. Michael Collins and daughter of
Hudson, Wis., are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins for a week.
Mrs Johanna Schumacher and daughter
Emma and son Adolph attended to busi
ness matters in New Ulm last Thursday.
Otto Tappe has secured the contract
for the building of the new residence of
Henry Schwartz on South Washington
threshed his rye
Mrs. L. B. Krook entertained for Mrs.
E. R. Hartmann of St. Paul and Mes
dames Kaeppel and Fuerst of Chicago
last Friday afternoon.
Herman Mueller of Springfield stopped
at New Ulm a short time last Thursday.
He was on his way to St. Paul to have
a cataract removed from his eye.
Thirty-nine Ford owners in the vicinity
of St. Peter are in a position to profit by
the $50 refund which is being made to
the Ford owners by the company.
Joseph N. Schaefer of Cottonwood was
about the first to do any threshing this
season. He threshed his rye last week
and found it ran about twenty bushels
to the acre.
A. G. Bierbaum and Herman Mueller
were tied for high place at the regular
weekly shoot of the New Ulm Gun Club
last Thursday evening with a total of
twenty-three birds apiece.
Madelia is not cursed with saloons but
The delegation of skat enthusiasts
Mrs. B. Follmann leaves this week to
replenish her millinery stock at Chicago
and Milwaukee. Mrs. Follmann ex
cities and will be gone till the
a a it is it
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Berg and daugh
ter, Celinda, have just returned from an
auto trip to various points in Wisconsin.
During the two weeks they were gone
they visited at Elsworth, Menasha and Theo. Scheiderich and his helpers
Milwaukee. Mrs. Berg's sister, Mrs. have at last finished the cleaning of the
Alouis Voissem of Menasha, returned windows in the new High School building,
with them for a visit at New Ulm. It was along job as it is the first time
the glass has been cleaned since the
building was finished and the accumulat
ion of paint and dried putty made it
probable that it
cannot be completed in schedule time.
The mill work for the interior has failed
to put in its appearance as yet altho it
was ordered here for the middle of last
Mrs. S. A. Pfefferle and Miss Lucy
Pfefferle and Miss Carrie Haas left last
Saturday for their annual buying trip
to Chicago and Milwaukee. They will
also visit at Kenosha. About two weeks
will be spent in the selection of the
creations for the heads of New Ulm
John B. Kneip of St. Peter who recently
graduated from the United States naval
academy at Annapolis visited with his
parents in St. Peter last week before
going on to take up his duties as ensign
on the Colorado now stationed at San
Francisco. The Colorado is one of the
newest of the larger battle cruisers. The
ship has been in Mexican waters till
recently but will now be used to patrol
in San Francisco Bay and at the Panama
Sneak thieves entered the Farmers'
Elevator at St. Peter last week and
stripped the machinery of all its brass
fittings. They dismantled the gasoline
engine and took all the brass burrs from
the machinery and the weights from the
scales. The caretaker who was in
charge of the elevator, which has been
shut down for some time, had not been
at the building for ten days. It is
supposed that local parties who were
aware of his absence took advantage of
the occasion to lift the brass.
Mrs. John Hauenstein, Sr. entertained
Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Henry
Fuerst of Chicago. if
H. R. Roberts and wife of Mankato
spent last week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. 0. Jones of Cambria,
Mrs. R. E. Hartmann and MrsStreet
Kaeppel were guests at the L. G. Vogel
home from Friday till Monday.
Mrs. Mary Pfeiffer is making a two
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gust
Albrecht and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfeif
Mrs. J. P. Graff entertained at an in
formal five o'clock tea last Saturday
afternoon in honor of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. J. P. Jensen of Boseman, Montana.
guests were present at the very
The continued cool weather is delaying
the harvest considerably just now.
With favorable weather the wheat would
soon ripen. Much of the oats and
barley is already cut. The grain seems
good in spite of the fact that
it is badly lodged.
Emil Metzinger and party, who have
been absent since the 5th of July on an
automobile trip to New York City, start
for home the 4th of August. They will
return by a different route from the one
they took on the trip to the metropolis
and will in this way see more of the
Music lovers will miss out on the usual
Sunday night treat at German park next
week. The 2nd Regiment Band will
accompany the St. Joseph Verein to the
big convention at the cities next Sunday.
The next concert will be held Aug. 15th
with the same program as was arranged
for Sunday Aug. 1st.
Miss Bertha Pfeiffer, Fred Pfeiffer and
son, Elmer, left last Sunday for Cali
fornia for a month's stay. They will
visit at the Exposition and with relatives
in the west. They will stop for a time
at Oakland where they will be the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer. They will
also visit with their aunt, Mrs. Emma
Martin Meidel a well known farmer
of Lafayette underwent a successful
operation for a perforation of the bowels
last week. He came to town last Tues
day and was taken ill while on his way
to the bnpkyards. The pain became so
intense that he returned to town and
secured medical aid. He is doing very
Get away from the hardships of life
by taking a course in Mankato Commer
cial College. Their catalogue is free.
Why not go to Kenmare, Ward County
North Dakota where land is as good and
crops as sure as anywhere in the state
and prices of lands from $10 to $25 per
acre lower than lands further south and
east. We have no agents Save com
missions, buy direct from us and save
We expect to have excursions every
Monday as soon as farmers get thru
harvest or parties interested can go. I
shall be in this section for some time.
Write or see me at New Ulm for dates
and other information. Will be glad
to call upon you if you are interested.
FRED W. FRIIS,
Vice Pres., First National Bank.
Adv. 30 Kenmare ,N. D.
The Model Grocery
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The Canning Season is
here. We have a good sup
ply of all kinds of Berries
and other Fruits and pri
ces are within reach of all.
We do not E E
Fruit from house, „to
house, but, we invite you
to call at our Store or
call us up by phone.
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Roy Berg has the biggest supply of
guaranteed auto tires ever seen in the
FOR SALE: Seven room two story
frame residence on North Minnesota
to be sold at once. Enquire at
Steinhauser & Erickson. Adv. 23 tf.
Notice is hereby given that at the
annual town meeting, held in School
Dist. No. 6, March 9th, 1915, a resolu
tion was passed and adopted prohibiting
all hunting and tresspassing in the Town
of Sigel. Offenders will be prosecuted
according to law.
Dated at New Ulm, Minn., this 21st
day of July, 1915.
JOHN G. DOMEIER
Adv. 30-32 Town Board.
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 tale. Inquire of Albert Stein
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If you have a broken windshield to
repair, bring it to Roy. L. Berg. adv30tf
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If you want two new W. S. Auto tires
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