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New Ulm, Minnesota.
Earl Carroll of Sleepy Eye was a
recent New Ulm visitor.
Joseph J. Sperl of Cottonwood town
ship returned Wednesday from a trip to
the Twin Cities.
Mrs. George Mayer and daughters'
Laura and Dorothea, are visiting rela
tives and friends at Pana, 111.
Mrs. Albert Prosch of Sleepy Eye is in
ra hospital in this city, suffering from
Mrs. A. J. Mueller and children have
returned from a visit of several days
with Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Nelson at
Prof. M. J. Wagner of the Dr. Martin
Luther college delivered an address in
the Evangelical Lutheran church at
Miss Jennie Gould of North Star has
returned home after visiting at the home
of Miss Emily Runck, in this city
for several days.
The Nicollet base ball team defeated
Hanska Sunday by a score of 13* to 12.
The game was close and there were
plenty of runs, so the spectators must
:have gotten thplr moue ",^?s^tli.
"**-ere Twin-P^y visitors Friday. They
:Tetu*\iea in Mr. Henningsen's car, mak
in the journey, via St. Peter in four
4f you can tell me why one portrait
painter can produce a more lifelike
portiait, or more natural landscape
than another, I will tell you why Thomas
A. Edison can record and reproduce
more xeal music than others. Come in
When you hear a Talking Machine
xeproduce voices you hear sounds that
:resemble a "Punch and Judy," and
•which no more sound like the original
-singer than vinegar would taste like
The purpose of money is chiefly to
-add to human enjoyment of the best
things in life—merely to hoard money
makes a miser of that unfortunate per
son whom every one pities. Just a JJ
little money used in the purchase of
an Edison Instrument adds many times
its cost in added enjoyment and enrich
ment of life. May we make a demon
stration of this Wonderful Instrument?
Eug. A. Pfefferle
We have received another new lot of Ladies
Waists, ranging in prices from
98C UP TO $2.%5
We also received a big line of Ladies white and
colored work skirts, ranging in prices from
S/.OO AND UF
We carry a full line of "Munsing Wear"
and a large line of all colors in Hosiery
Please Visit Our Store
Mrs. Lewis Halvorson is a£ the home
of H. A. Melzer in Linden township for
an extended visit.
Mrs. C. F. Noack has returned from
Norwood, where she has been visiting
Mrs. Carrie Gerboth enjoyed a visit
last week from her son of Cedar Falls,
Charles N. Robertson, deputy state
highway commissioner, was a Sleepy Eye
W. H. Windland, Western Union tele
graph operator, made an automobile
trip to Granite Falls Sunday.
Norman and Helen Johnson are visit
ing their brother at Madison for a couple
of weeks. They expect to return home
in about a week.
Mrs. J. H. S'egel and Mrs. N. Henning
sen returned Wednesday afternoon by
automobile from a several days5 visit
Mrs. John Schapekahm is at home after
a visit with her daughters in Milwaukee.
The young ladies do not expect to be'
able to get home for a visit this summer
John Holberg of Lafayette township
has recovered from an attack of appen
dicitis, and has returned home from a
Minneapolis hospital, where he under
went an operation.
Mrs. Augusta Schmidt returned last
week from a visit in the Twin Cities. She
attended the commencement exercises of
the University Farm School, her daughter
Miss Alma, being a member of the Home
Economics class. ,.-:.
The Hanska Herald completed its
seventeenth year with its last issue and
now starts on another mile-stone. Hans
Becken is giving the people of Hanska a
good local paper, and in return is re
ceiving a remunerative patronage.
L. B. Krook of the Brown County bank
and A. .L. Boock of the Farmers' &
Merchants' bank, attended the annual
meeting of the State Bankers' association
in Minneapolis last week. They re
turned home Wednesday.
Victor Schleuder, son of H. O. Schleud
er, who recently enlisted in the United
States navy, and has been at home
awaiting orders, received a telegram
Thursday morning to report at Newport,
I., where he will train for several
weeks before entering actual service
on the high seas.
F. H. Retzlaff has returned from
Watertown, Wis., where he went to
attend the commencement exercises of
the Northwestern University. Mrs.
Retzlaff remained for a several days' visit
with Rev. and Mrs. John Meyer at
Oconomowoc. The Rev. and Mrs.
Meyer were former residents of this city.
Headquarters for Ladies
relatives lag week..
Oscar Dpystad of La Salle w'as in the
Emil G. Hage was a Hanska visitor
the forepart of the week.
Ranghild Iverson was here from
Hanska last Wednesday. He came up
on a business mission.
Dr. V. T. McHale of Hanska was the
guest of kis parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. R.
'McHale, one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Haas of Searles
were the recent guests of relatives in this
Miss Nora Halvorson visited Hanska
re'atives and friends for several days last
Miss Grace Rinke was the guest for
several days last week of Mr. and Mrs.
H. N. Gebhard at Lamberton.
.Fred Bigot and: family were the recent
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George R. Kluegel at Lamberton.
Lamberton is among the towns that
propose to celebrate the Fourth of July
in a patriotic manner this year.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Conrad and Mr.
and Mrs. R. Sawyer made up a party of
Minneapolis people to visit New Ulm
Ludvig Larson of Lamberton has
purchased a livery barn and its equip
ment at Comfrey and will soon move his
family to that village.
Arthur Dengler of Madelia was in the
city Sunday for the purpose of seeing his
wife and child who were guests of his
parents the previous week.
John A. Todd of Duluth was in the
city last week for the purpose of closing
a deal with some New Ulm parties for
the sale of ten sections of land in Sas
Rev. George P. Merrill of Minneapolis
occupied the pulpit at the Congregational
church last Sunday. The Rev. Mr.
Merrill is the state missionary agent for
the Congregational church.
P. D. Van Dusen of Winona was in the
city for several days last week. Mr.
Van Dusen is manager of the Minnesota
Concrete Culvert company, which has
yards in tnis city and makes frequent
visits here during the summer season.
The first annual picnic of the Society
of Equity will be held in Anton Henle's
grove in Milford township, eight miles
northwest of this city next Sunday,
July 1. A large crowd is expected to
Gottlieb Arndt of Springfield was at
the'bedside of his wife for over a week.
She had Undergone a severe operation
at the Union hospital for appendicitis.
Her condition had improved sufficiently
so that she was able to accompany her
husband home the latter part of the week.
The Sigel road, west of the city lead
ing out past the Dr. Martin Luther
College, is said to be in a deplorable con
dition, and sadly in need of repairs. A
number of automobiles were stalled in
the mud between the city and the Cot
tonwood river Sunday. One is said to
have broken an axel.
Sheriff W. J. Julius returned Sunday
from Moquoketa, Iowa, where he visited
for several days following the skat
tournament in Chicago. He was ac
companied by his mother, Mrs. Mary
Julius and his siter, Mrs. E. A. Hoffmann
and her four children. They will visit
here for several weeks.
Claudius McLone, aged 17, who re
cently lost his life by being burned while
on one of the interned German ships in
the New York harbor, was a former
resident of Lamberton. He was the
first naval recruit from Minnesota to
lose his life. His parents are now living
at Devils Lake, N. D.
Gust. Vogel, who recently enlisted in
the United States cavalry service, writes
that he is stationed at Fort Russell, near
Cheyenne. He says he likes the service,
but that his legs are sore from horseback
riding, but that he will be all right as
soon as he gets a little more accustomed
to it. He says the climate is fine in
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Fritsche visited
with Springfield friends Thursday and
left on the Hughes flyer for Tracy, where
they will visit with Mrs. Fritsche's
parents, and also spend some time at
Lake Shetek. Dr. Fritsche was with the
militia on the Mexican border serving as
a dentist aridfolding the rank of lieuten
ant. He has-been called to the colors
serving at present in detached duty, with
headquarters at Fort Snelling. He is
enjoying a leave of absence and will re
port to the fort the last of the month.—
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Liesch and their
little daughter, Phillis, left Monday for
a trip as far south as St. Louis. Their
first stop will be at Kirkville, Mo., where
they will consult a specialist regarding
little Phillis' physical condition, she
never having fully recovered from an
attack of infantile paralysis of more than
two years ago. From there they will go
to St. Louis and embark on a Mississippi
steamer, coming north to Guttenberg,
Iowa, making the balance of the journey
by rail. In St. Louis they will also
consult the specialists at the McLean
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•ka*to-wevr« visitors iti thVcity- Sunday.
J. W. Woodruff.of Tracy was a New
Ulm visitor Sunday.
L. M. Haupton of Sleepy Eye was a
business visitor here last Saturday.
M. Delger of Winthrop was a New Ulm
visitor the first of the week.
N. Haglund was in %he city from
Attorney B. A. French of Minneapolis
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil F. Buenger re
turned Tuesday from their honeymoon
Six Lamberton. young men have en
listed in the Redwood Falls company of
the Second regiment, M. N. G.
A. C. Ochs of Springfield was the guest
of his brother, J. A. Ochs Saturday and
Mr. and. Mrs. John Potter and "Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hughes were recent auto
mobile visitors to the city...
Joseph Epple was the guest at the
home of A. C. Ochs in Springfield for
several days last week.
Paul Wandersee visited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. August Niemann at
Mrs. Adela Schell who has been visit
ing with the Carl Crone family and other
friends in the city for several weeks will
laave for the Pacific coast today.
Mrs. Wm. Hellmann and children left
Monday morning for a few weeks visit
with her mother, Mrs. Maria Guetschow,
and other relatives at Faribault.-
Mrs. Wm. Dehn of the town of Mil
ford who visited relatives and friends in
St. Paul and Minneapolis for several
days returned home Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vogtel and
party, which included Mrs. M. A. Vogtel
of Winthrop and Mrs. F. D. Minium,
returned from their automobile trip to
Chicago Sunday afternoon.
Thirty-two years ago Monday Dr. 0.
C. Strickler was graduated from the
medical department of University of
Michigan, left Ann Arbor the same night
and two days later, June 27, 1885,
arrived in New Ulm where he has since
practiced his profession-.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Schilling returned
Wednesday evening from a. pleasant
week's visjt with friends and relatives
in St. Paul and Minneapolis. On their
return trip they stopped off at Winthrop
and visited with the August Schilling1
Word was received here iast week that
Miss Erna Nix, daughter of the late
Prof. Nix, was married in Indianapolis,
June 14, to Otto A. Hankey, formerly of
Minneapolis, an architect by profession.
They expect to make their home in
Mrs. Emmy SteinhaUser and daughter,
Miss Gretchen, who have been teaching
German in the public schools at Indian
.apolis for the past year returned home
last Wednesday evening for their summer
vacation. On their way home they
stopped off at St. Paul and Minneapolis
to visit friends.
The Home Booster club of Home town
ship gave a social at the home of County
Commissioner Charles L. Palmer near
Sleepy Eye Monday evening, which was
attended by a large crowd and a good
time was reported by all present. The
Home Booster club is one of the live
farmers' organizations of Brown county.
Rudy Seiter arrived here last week
for the purpose of spending several
months to recuperate his health which
has not been the very best for some time.
He expects to live out in the open, go
fishing and hunting, something which
appealed to him very much in his boy
hood days. He is one of our sturdy
Junior Pioneer boys and his friends are
very glad to have him with them for
Doctors Rowntree and Hamilton of
Minneapolis were in the city last week,
having come here by request of Dr. 0.
C. Strickler for consultation in the
case of Mrs. Strickler, who has been
suffering for some months from neuritis
of the lower limbs. At the request of
the Minneapolis physicians Mrs. Strickler
has gone to the Eitel hospital for a week
or two that she may be under the ob
servation of Doctors Rowntree and
Hamilton. Dr. Strickler accompanied
Mrs. Strickler to Minneapolis Saturday.
The Review is glad to state that Mrs.
Strickler is improving nicely.
We are offering aline of
merchandise which shows a
marked improvement in tailor
ing over anything heretofore
Come in and let us show
you the assortment.
14 N. Minn. St. New Ulm, Minn.
J". T. A^strb^spe^t'Suriday
Jefferson, Le ^ue.ur county. He brought
home a fine string of fish. "."x'
Judge I. M. Olsen and Court Reporter
W. T. Eckstein are at Ivanhoe, where
district court is in session.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kamrath of
Hector, Minn., visited with the former's
brother, John Kamrath and family
Joseph Wartha was arraigned before
Justice N. Henningsen Saturday charged
with speeding his automobile. He paid
a fine of $5 and costs, amounting in all
Mr. Sam Gieseke, proprietor of the
"Just-a-Mere" farm of Courtland sold
to Stuebe Bros. 4 hogs weighing 2105
and which brought $310.50 or an average
of about $77.50 per head.
Special offerings were taken at the
Congregation^! church last Sunday for
the Red Cross and for the church's,
missionary work, amounting in the
aggregate to a little more than $130.
A week from today is the Great and
Glorious Fourth. See that your, premises
are fire proof so that it may not be a day
of grief and loss. Beware ths small boy
and his firecracker—the big boy as well.
Company A needs five men to fill its
quota. The Mankato Free Press says
Company of that city needs sixty
seven. Where is all the boasted patriotism
in Mankato that the Free Press has been
talking about for the past several
A party of twenty ladies drove out
to Point Lookout Monday to surprise
Mrs. Andrew Steinmetz. Among the
guests was Mrs, Hy, Hammer of South
Dakota, who is visiting, here. A fine
supper was served and all enjoyed a de
Dan Williams of Cambria was a New
Ulm visitor Thursday. Mr. Williams is
one of the most active workers for the
Farmers Non-partisan League and he
predicts big results in the next few
months. He is also much interested in
the Equity movement and tells of great
advantages to be secured by the buying
and selling of farm needs and farm
produce thru the Equity co-operative
plan. The middleman will find his
quarters getting pretty close and narrow
and if the farmers can hang together
some of the middlemen are pretty apt
to be squeezed out, according to Mr.
SPRINGFIELD VS. NEW ULM SUN
Next Sunday afternoon the local bail
team will endeavor to make up for their
defeat by Sleepy Eye a few weeks ago,
when they will meet the Springfield-}-1
Maroons Oh the A. A. grounds.
Thus far the two teams stand 50-50
each team having won one game at
Springfield. The New Ulm team has
undergone a radical change, and an
entirely new lineup will greet the fans.
The Lafayette and Bemadotte
Creamery Co. will sell their entire
creamery equipment at the creamery
Wednesday, July 11 at Public Sale.
Watch for ad next week. Adv.—26
LOST OR STRAYED: Small white rat
terrier, brown spot over each eye.
Young dog. Tel. 101. Adv 26
FOR SALE: A lot
Street. Inquire at
on South State
223 N. German
Pluck wins, it always wins, so do
Mankato Commercial College graduates.
Be one of them. Send for their cata
logue. Adv. 26
WANTED: A good girl for general
housework. Tel. 216. adv 25
AUTO BARGAIN—For sale—a Late
Model Touring Car, Electric lights,
starter—in fine condition. One of the
best cars made. For full information
and price, address Box 151, New Ulm.
When you pay a bill by check comes back to you
telling this story
Silk Shirts are as necessary
this season as a torpedo
for a submarine—yon can't
a a hit withew one.
Pur silk, silk pongee, silk
crepe, silk and linen—at
all prices from $3.00 up—
soft and stiff collars.
Scarfs in Italian grenadine,
French jacquard, English
twills, all imported from.
New Jersey. Prices 50c
75c and $ 1
Belts—white, black and an
to match your panties.
"THE STORE FOR YOU"
14 N. Minn. St. New Ulm, Minn.
BOARD by the day or week. Mea
Tickets. Home cooking. Price ver\
reasonable. Mrs. A. Thereau, Tel
685. One door north of PfefferleV
Bring the size of your room to ou.
store and we will tell you how cheaply
you can have your room papered. J. H.
If in need of an auctioneer and look^
ing for the high dollar, list your sales with
me. Tel. 283. A. S. DORN.
Just received our new
Paper for the spring of
line of Wall
1917. J. H.
H. 0. SCHLEUDER
WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
102 No. Minn. St. Tel. 87
Will take in washing at home. §es£
work guaranteed. J. Hirschbeck
adv. 25- 24 So. Garden St.
WE BUY AND SELL LOTS AND
CITY PROPERTY. N.HENNING
SEN AGENCY. Adv. 29tl
Decorating and Painting in its various
branches promptly attended to
Adv. 14 Phone 1042-301N. Broadway.
LOST: Box containing 2 small electros.
Was addressed to Steinhauser & Hage
and was lost between post office and
Review office. Finder please notify
WANTED: Five or six good farm hands
to work on big farm in Saskatchewan,
Canada. Inquire at Review office.
Date paid, to whom paid, how much paid, and
is the best kind of a receipt.
Arrange to pay your bills by check on this Blank.
BX0WN G0IOTY BANK
New Ulm, Minn.
DR. F. J. PELANT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICE OVER FARMERS & MER
Tel—:Office 360 Residence 197.
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