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E S A I S E 1902
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N E W MINNESOTA
MTS. Chas". Mauer and daughter,
Arline, of Gaylord,.spent a day in New
X'lm last week.
Martin Casperson of Sleepy Eye
transacted business in probate court.
Prof, and Mrs. E. T. Critchett are
•expected here the forepart of next month,
on a visit with their many New Ulm
Mrs. J. H. Siegel departed for, Madison,
Wis., Sunday, where she will spend sev
eral weeks visiting her .sister, Mrs.
Aug. Niemann, the prosperous Spring
field blacksmith, and family were the
quests of relatives in New Ulm and
MTS. Cynthia Miller of St. Peter is
spending a few days with her son, Dr.
C. W. Miller, and family. She arrived
The annual meeting of the Southern
Minnesota Medical Association will be
Good will and confidence are the two
priceless rewards of thorough and con
scientious investment service. Our repu
tation is our biggest asset and beyond
price. You will be treated right here.
State Mortgag 4
NeW Ulm, Minnesota.
J. A. Rieck of Springfield was a busi
ness visitor here recently. '..
A. H. Stork of the well-known local
produce firm of Stork Bros., was a busi
ness visitor at Wabasso recently.
Andrew Saffert transacted business
in St. Paul and Minneapolis one day
held ^at Mankato Monday and Tuesday,, nished music at the celebration of the
Dec. 1. and 2. Some of the W«l phvsi-j twentieth wedding anniversary of Mr.
•dans and svrgeons expect to attend the and Mrs. A. H. Blank, well-known resi
gathering. 'dents of Nicollet, recently. _,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hopp of Nicollet
were New Ulm callers one day last week.
Attorney C. W. Quandt of Winthrop
paid New Ulm a professional visit
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rose of Sleepy
Eye spent a few days at the Frank Rose
home here.. ...... /,
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
Kraus, residing on NorthGerman street,
Mrs. Ad. Klause is visiting her bro
ther,Oscar Boock, and family at Spencer,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goblirsch of Mor
gan were New Ulm visitors last week.
They were on their way to St. Paul.
Afte,r pleasant visit in New Ulm,
the Misses Mary and Minnie Sellner
returned to their home in Sleepy Eye.
Mrs. Anton Schueller of Nicollet
passed through New Ulm recently,
enroute to. Wabasso, where she visited
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wagner and child
ren spent Sunday at the home of Mrs,
Wagner's |parents,' Mi. and Mrs. C.
Bertelson, in Fairfax. ,*
A son was born last week Monday
to Mr. and Mr$. Oscar Boock at Spencer,
Wis. The proud father is a son of Mrs.
Wilhelmina Boock of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Moll of Sleepy Eye
are the guests of their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Robertson.
They expect to spend a week here, -i,
.'Mrs. C. W: Miller and little* son,
Phaxter, returned home the latter part
of last week from a visit with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Hanson,
Fritsche's orchestra of this city fur-
and -. ''v
THE FLEMING SISTERS
The celebrated concert' contralto will
appear jointly with the' winsome Fleming
1 Sisters Trio,-—in the Armory.
I FRIDAY EVENING
It will be an invitation concert. "The Phonograph I
1 with a Soul" will assist.
1 This appearance of the great concert. artists in New
jj Ulm is the event of the season for lovers ofgood music.
FREE TICKETS .::\^J
Call, write or telephone us for free tickets of admil-\ _* 1
tance. They will be issued in order of application. "y~
SCHMUCKER & BURK, New Ulm, Minn
Mrs. H. L. Beecher has returned from
a visit with her mother and sister at
St. Peter. VV-Vt1* -Ifi ^r*S-^p
Miss Lenora Langmack has returned
home from a visit with relatives at
Springfield. "V ~^yi&$&
Carl Peterson from this city spent
sevral days with his mother, Mrs.
Marie Peterson of St. Peter, ,\ li"\
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Rolwes en
joyed a visit from their son, Rev. Geo.
W. Rolwes, of Minneapolis, Friday.^1
Mrs. H. R. Schwartz has returned from
a pleasant visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Aug. Schleusner, at Springfield.
The Jos. Foster family of Sleepy
Eye expects to remove to New Ulm
early in December to.make their future
home here. ,.
Geo. Stege of Nicollet township is
recovering from the effects of an opera
tion performed upon him at the local
Miss Rose- Imberg of Devil's Lake,
JJ. D., arrived here Saturday afternoon
for a several weeks' visit at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Martin Dalueg, on
North State street.
Mr. and "Mrs. Thos. Kretsch and
children attended a reunion of the
Kretsch family at Morgan, in honor of
Mrs. Barbara Kretsch's birthday anni
versary. All of the children were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Alb. Duehn have re
turned home from a visit with the Otto
Duehn and A. Krimstead families at
St. Peter and with the families of Ed.
Marlow and Henry Schlemann at Nico
Mrs. Magnus Larson of Cambria,
who sustained' serious injuries in an
auto accident recently, is, convalescing.
She is being cared for at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Hanscome,
Mrs. F. W. Heim and daughter, Myr
tle, are home from Wabasso, where they
attended the funeral of Miss Mary
Georgius, last Wednesday. They also
visited the C. Sommerfeld family at
All of the old officers of the Home
Booster Club were re-elected at the
annual meeting held recently. They
are: Geo. Berkner, pres. Mrs. Matt.
Bertrand, vice pres. Ethel Current, sec,
and Lila' Pickle, treas. '-M- *tK*'J
Mf. and Mrs. Wm. Tuenge and
children attended the wedding of Anton
A. Meyer of the town of Home and Miss
Elsie Bethke of Wellington township,
which was solemnized at the Lutheran
church in the latter* township Thursday
The card party given by the Christian
Mothers' Society at the Catholic school
house last Tuesday evening was largely
attended,* about 40 tables being occu
pied. The prizes were awarded to
Mrs. J. Vetter, H. Williams, M* F. Green
and Mrs. Paul Sturm. ,,
Among the out-of-town guests at the
Bauer-Altmann wedding in this city
last Tuesday were: Mrs. Hubert Locher,
Arlington John Peichel and family,
Fort Ridgely Jos. and Anton Altmann
and families and Henry Goblirsch and
family.*, Redwood Falls.
Mrs. Edwin Durbahn entertained
Lbout fifty lady friends at a shower
at the Henry Durbahn home on North
State street, last Wednesday afternoon,
in honor cf Mrs. S. P. Nielsen. A
pleasant afternoon was "spent and a
delightful luncheon was served. *n &
Mrs. J. J. Moriarty of Brookings,
S." D., who is visiting her parents, Mayor
and Mrs. Wd. Eibner, was giiest of honor
at a social gathering given at the Eibner
home Thursday afternoon and evening
by Mrs. Moriarty's sisters, Mrs. Jos.
Bianchi and Miss Willibalda Eibner.
G. F. Hillmer and children returned
to their home at Rock Valley, Iowa,
yesterday. They brought the remains
of Mrs. Hillmer, who passed :away,
following an operation performed upon
her at' a hospital at Bcone, Iowa, to New
Ulm for interment and had since visited
relatives and friends here. Mrs. Hill
mer was a daughter of Mrs. Dora
Schra^er of this city.--
$10.00 REWARD for the recovery of a
hand grip containing barber supplies.
Finder notify Review office. Adv. 48
WANTED: Girl for General
.work. Telephone No. 184.
Adv: -48tf. "»•,..: '.'\L
Big Christmas Sale given by the
Ladies Aid of the Bethel church,
next Saturday, November 29, in the
old Olsen building, beginning at
10:30 A. M. Lunch- will be served.
Come early. Adv. 48.
STOVE WOOD for sale in lots or loads..
Inquire at Ed. Manderield, former
Capt. George farm, or see Fred
Schultz. Adv. ,48-50.
•People having old horses for^sale
cheap at.any time.—Call 455.
FOX RANCH CLOSED. I
The Fox. Ranch will be closed for
visitors starting Dec. 1st until July 1st,
1920 gg BabeBecker.
Kow Jo p*1* a start in life is told in our
If catalogue, bend for'it today It is
free. Mankato Commercial "College,
Mankato Minn. Adv. 48i
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FOR SALE or RENT: A 209-Acre
Farm. Inquire at the Review officee
FOR SALE: Reliable make Phono
graph at a bargain price. Inquire at
The Review office. Adv. 48
FOR SALE: One choice Pure Bred
Poland China Boar—10 months old.,
weight, 300 lbs. Pedigree furnished
HY W. BAUMANN,
New Ulm, Rt. 2, Tel. 3897.
FOR SALE: Several pieces of furniture,
an icebox and a rug.. Inquire of
MRS. JOS. P. V0GEL,
Adv. 48 223* N. Broadway.
Have your broken glass replaced by
Schwendinger & 'Schuster. All sizes
in stock. Phone 669. Adv. 48-49.
HEMSTITCHING tfONE. Good work
guaranteed. Phone 468.
MISS CAROLINE DAUER.
FOR SALE or RENT: Business place
on 105 S. Minn. St. Inquire of Lo
renz Girg. ^Tel* 933.,.
FOR'RENT: 5 room brick house corner
Center and Payne Sts. Inquire of
N. -HENNINGSEN. :K
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
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,*» NEW PECANS.
**»t 1 y.',.
Sealed bids will be received up to
one o'clockT. M., Tuesday, Dec. 16,1919
at tlje Law" offices of Albert D. Flor for
the former Jos. F. Groebner Saloon
property at the corner of 2nd North and
Broadway, New Ulm, Minn. The right
is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Rev. 48-50. '»,.,*£v^" New Ulm, Minn.
Get your Holiday Pecans Now. 3 lbs.
for $1.00, by parcel post.
,.fr TURNER & WARNER,
Adv. 47-48. v'*-
25 WOMEN and
GIRLS wanted to
Good wages being'
Winter Suits at..
The Mens and Boys Store
14 No. Minn. St, New Ulm, Minn.
Thursday Friday and Saturday "will be $30
our Suit Section.,\
There are a few all wool &..„__
as some of the popular fabrics for Fall Some of
these models are close outs and odd sizes.
If you want, to get real values see these suits today.
OTHER SUITS ARE PRICED
$40 to $60
Both men who dress well and men who are judicious
in their clothing expenditures will find our overcoats
the best buy. We have an exceptionally good show
ing for you at
$3V $35, $40
Hall can be engaged for one
or a series of Dates.
Phone 300 or i:all at
DON'T forget the Tractor School and
pictures shown at the Lyric Theatre
Dec. 4th and 5th. ., ,«..i Adv. 46tf.
FOR SALE: Four Shopshire Rams.v
C. C. CLARK, "i
Tel. 2701. New Ulm, Rt. 4.
25 WOMEN snd GIRLS v/anted to
dress poultry. Good wages being
paid. S O BROS.
Adv. 4 5 S
CHRISTMAS SALE.^ ft
One o'clock is the hour set 'for opening
of the Christmas Sale at Turner Hall,
Saturday', December 6th. Be prompt.
Cakes, cookies and other foodstuffs, for
sale. Dressed Dolls galdre. Big at
traction for children. Lunch served in
afternoon. Card Party in evening. The
Turner Ladies extend a special invitation
to you. ,ku-t Adv. 47.
FOR RENT: Furnished Room for
gentleman in. modern home. ,-Tel. £54.
Adv. 47. ."
FOR SALE: Five room House in first
class condition, good location. In
quire \r Telephone" Review Office,
Many Are Thankful
because they have associated themselves
with this bank.
We give you new, profitable business ideas:
A bank account here is something to be thank
ful for because it gives 3-ou something to depend
on in any emergency. The more you know about
the convenience of a bank account, the more you
Brow County Bank
over your windows. any
have same replaced by
Schwendinger & Schuster. Phone 6€9.
Remember the Tractor School at New
Ulm, Dec. 4th and 5th. Adv. 46tL-
The Moline Plow Co., has made
arrangements with Fred A. Fischer,
our Moline Dealer to hold a Tractor
School Dec. 4th and 5th at New
Ulm. Also two reels of film will
be shown at Lyric Theatre to
see Tractor in operation. Every
farmer should^ attend this school
as it will be educational as to
Power Farming. gs&aT Adv. 46tf.
25 WOMEN and [GIRLS wanted to
dress poultry. Good wages being
J*-™ «., STORKS BROS.
Adv. 45if. %MS+A*-rA 4Si
Your Kodak films are appreciated at
Goede's Kodak Finishing Depart
ment. Finishing is done by elec
tric printing. 20 tf adw
ORDER your Rubber
the Review offiice.
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^OR SALE: "Point Lookout" 8 room
residence with all modern conveniences,
spring water, good barn and garage.
15 lots. Enquire of
Albert Steinhauser or
Adv. lOtf. ',, Andrew Steinmeti
H. 0. SCHLEUDER
We Grind Our Own Lenses
102 No. Minn. St Tel. ST