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State of Minnesota, County of Brown. ss.
I Mstrict Court. Ninth Judicial District.
N. Henmnsisen, Plaintiff,
Henry Goempler also all other persons
or parties unknown, claiming any right,
title, estate, hen, or interest in the real es
tate described in the complaint herein.
The State of Minnesota, To the above
You are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in
the above entitled action, which is filed in
the office of the Clerk of the District Court
of the Ninth Judicial District, in axid for
the County of Brown axid State of Minne
sota, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the "aid complaint on the
subscriber, at his office in the City
ot Mew Ulm, in said County, within twen
ty days after the service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of such
ser\ ice, and if vou fail to answer the said
complaint within the time aforesaid, the
Plaintirt in this action will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the com
Dated June 3rd, 1S97,
Plaintiff's Attorney, New Ulm, Minn.
State of Minnesota, County of Brown. ss.
District Court, Xinth Judicial JJistrict.
X. Henninjjsen, Plaintiff,
Henry Goempler, also all other persons
or parties unknown, claiming any right,
title, estate, lien, or interest in the
real estate described in the complaint
Notice is hereby given, that an action
has been commenced in this Court by the
above named Plaintiff against the above
named Defendants That the object of said
action is to have the plaintiff adjudged the
owner in fee simple and entitled to the pos
session ot the real property in the com
plaint and hereinafter described, and to
have all the right, title,estate, lien, inter
est or claim of the defendant Henry Goem
pler, and of all other persons or parties un
known, claiming any right, title, estate,
lien, or interest in or to said real property,
set aside and declared void, as against the
plaintiff, and for such other and further
relief as the plaintiff shall show himself
The premises affected by said action are
situated in the County of Brown and State
of Minnesota,and are described as follows
Lot five (5) of Block Ninety nine (99)
South of Center Street, in the City of New
Ulm, Minnesota, according to the record
ed plat of said City on file in the office of
the Register of Deeds in and for said
Dated June 3rd, 1897.
Plaintiff's Attorney, New Ulm. Minn.
Men and wo
je, delve their lives
away in order tc
Ppile up gold with
never a thought
^of the most pre
a human being
may have, good
does it profit a
man to heap up riches if in doing so he
ruins his health and his capacity for the
enjoyment of wealth. There is no such
thing as happiness without health. All
the gold in the world will not make a
man happy, who feels in his veins and
sees in the reflection of his own face, the
slow but sure advance of man's deadliest
If a man will but take the right care o\
himself and the right remedy he may
protect himself against this relentless
enemy. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery is not only a sure preventive,
but an absolute cure for consumption. It
cures 98 per cent, of all cases. It acts,
through the blood, directly on the lungs.
It drives out all disease germs and im
purities. It is the great blood-makei
and flesh-builder. All wasting disease:
yield promptly to its action. Thousand:
have testified to its merits. Druggist:
sell it. ', ./
1 want to express my heartfelt thanks for Dr
Pierce's valuable medicine," writes Mrs. Ruftu
Bell, of Wise, Monongalia Co.,W. Va. My eldest
daughter, a girl of 15, caught cold and we hac
the Dest doctors but could get no lasting relief
Oh how she suffered! Often I have heard hei
ura'y for death to end her sufferings. I bought
one bottle of each of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medica!
Discovery,' Favorite Prescription,' and Pleasant
Pellets.* Before our daughter used half the med
icine her cough was all gone, and she was on tht
high road to health—which means to happiness.*
Rosy cheeks. The rich, pure, red blood
of health makes them. Keep the blood
pure and you will have them. Constipa
turn causes impure blood. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets cure it promptly and per
manently and never gripe. They art
purely vegetable and perfectly harmlesB
No other pill acts so naturally and par
fectly. Druggists sell them* S
John and C.P. Cutting of Home spent
Postmaster Brust's salary has been in
creased from 11,700 to |1,800..
Hon. John P.Maegher, the well-known
Mankato citizen, died on Friday. -.
Twin boys were born to Mr. and Mrs.
Nic Franta of Lafayette recently.
Oscar Hellikson of Springfield has
staited a jewelry store at Gibbon.
Rev. Norman of Linden -will deliver
the Fourth of July address in Albin.
A son of Hon. Geo. Benz of St. Paal
is a guest at the home of Werner Boesch.
Carl Schulz of Stark has purchased
the Allison farm of &90 acres for 8,000.
The people of Springfield subscribed
$65 to purchase suits for their baseball
Mrs. Robert Haitmann of St, Paul is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Henry HeimerdiDger will attend the
old settlers' picnic In the town of Eden
Fred Arndt of Courtland has bought
120 acres of farming land from J. P.
Davis for $3,600.
Ringling Bros, will appear with their
"greatest show on earth" at St. James
on the 1st of July.
Wm, Ham and Miss Nina Burke of
Sleepy Eye were married in this city
Mrs. Tupper will spend her summer
vacation at Boston and Miss Flora
Schroeder in California.
The Courtland and Swan Lake clubs
will cross bats on the grounds of the
former club next Sunday.
Senator T. D. Sheehan, the brilliant
St. Paul lawyer, was in the city Satur
day^and Sunday on legal business.
Miss Minnie Silverson entertained the
high school classes of '96 and '97 ather
German street home on Monday evening.
Mrs. John Veigel, a sister of County
Commissioner Augustine, died at her
home in Bashaw township early last
Theo. Metzke of Springfield, formerly
of New Ulm, reports the arrival of a
daughter at his home the forepart ot the
Beussman Bros, received this week the
first car of binding twine ever shipped
into this city from the factory at the
Hugo Fischer has gone to Milwaukee
to attend the closing exercises of the
Turner Seminary. Mr. Fischer will act
as one of the judges.
A. J. Alwin dropped in from the
farm for a short while Monday. As an
agriculturalist, Mr. Alwin takes no stock
in the cry of over-production.
Mr. and Mrs. John Berg and Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolph Schmid came down from
Springfield yesterday to attend the wed
ding of Miss Maggie Tauer and John
Soukup of Sigel.
W. H. Roberts, representing the Sher
win-Williams Paint Co., was in the city
Sunday. Mr. Roberts was recently of
fered a consulship ,by President McKin
ley, but declined.
Hon. W. A. Hammond of St. James
is here this week as attorney in the Rice
grand larceny case. Attorney Cooley
*nd Banker Benton of Madelia are also
here as witnesses.
Revs. Appel and Heuer and Messrs.
Remmert, Kieper and Warnke will rep
resent the Lutheran congregation of
Springfield at the State conference in
Stillwater this and next week.
The Stark Creamery Co. last week re
elected all of its old officers. During
the year 1,500,000 pounds of milk were
received at the creamery and over $8,000
distributed among the stockholders.
The strawberry festival given by"the
Unity Club at the pars on Friday eve
ning was in every way successful. The
weather was delightful and the atten
dance far in excess of all expectations.
Joe. Clark, the well-known traveling
man, had his face badly cut and braised
in a runaway accident last week. When
thrown out of the rig, Joe found himself
uncomfortably tangled,,sup, in, a*wire
S. R. Arthur arrived here the forepart
of the week and paid the insurance
losses caused by the death of Henry
Hanschen and Mrs. Dirks. Arthur rep
resents the Northwestern Life Insurance
Col of Minneapolis.
While Wm, Dibble was cut iing tim
ber at the Redstone bridge Monday af
ternoon, his axe slipped and struck
against his right foot, injuring it badly.
Dr. Strickler dressed the wound and the.
man was sent to his- home. at.Wwona*
The Gollmar Bros.' circus,will exhibit
at Sleepy Eye. next Monday.-* 'V
L. C. Frcderickson and wife of Sleepy
Eye spent Sunday here with friends.
The public schools closed Friday. The
Catholic school will close on the' 25th.
John Gugisberg and Miss Wilburger
Eamm will be united in marriage to
day.^ ,-V.' fe-(^ «,=,.
Jacob Pfenninger has' purchased a
farm of 160 acres from Wm. Schroeder of
Lafayette for $5,300. .„-- ^,
Hon. Timothy Byrnes will in all prdb"
'ability pluck the eagle's feathers at
Sleepy Eye on the 3rd. ,^
Fred Spoerhase has been attending
the races at Blue Earth City and Winne
bago City the past few days. y1
Dr. Strickler was elected one of the
vice-presidents of the State Medical As-
sociation in Mankato last week/
The corner stone of the new Swedish
Lutheran church in Lafayette will be
laid with proper ceremonies tomorrow.
Wm. Meyer, clerk at the Union Hotel,
had his left eye badly bruised and dis
figured while playing ball Saturday eve
Prof, and Mrs. Critcbett received their
friends last Tuesday evening, the occa
sion being the tenth anniversary of their
Attorney Olsen represented the Spring
field Fire Department at the State
Firemen's Convention in Little Falls
Prof. L. S. Swenson will be appointed
United States minister to Denmark. The
appointee is a son of Hon. Swen Swen-
son of NicoUet county.
A district convention of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union will be
held in Springfield today and tomorrow.
Mrs. Scoville, state organizer, will be
among the speakers.
Thes-'Epworth League society of this
city will give a picnic at Hermann's Park
today. Visitors will be present from var
ious towns in the neighborhood, includ
ing Springfield, Morgan and Fairfax.
Hans Schmidt has accepted an invi
tation to participate in a concert to be
given soon at Springfield under the di
rection of Edward Hopfner. Mr. Schmidt
will also organize a class at Springfield.
Thomas Allison of Washington has
been in the county the past week look
ing after extensive property interests.
Allison at one time owned a large part
of what is now the townsite of Sleepy
C. W. H. Heideman undoubtedly
owns the finest rose garden in the state
of Minnesota. Over four hundred bush
es are in bloom this year and in a single
day lasf week he picked 1200 roses and
had plenty left.
Alonzo Pickle of this county was
chosen as senior vice commander for the
district at the G. A. R. encampment in
Redwood Falls last weak. Mr. Wes
tinghouse of Springfield was elected
officer of the Guard.
The Minneapolis & St. Louis will run
another excursion out of here next Sun
day morning. The train will leave here
at 7:30 in the morning and, return
ing, will start from St. Paul at 6:30 in
the evening. The fare for the round
trip will only be $1.50.
During the ball game Sunday after
noon Fred Zschunke of Springfield,
while standing in a crowd near the dia
mond was hit in the face by a wild ball
from ther Springfield pitcher. His nose
was badly disfigured and it is quite pos
sible that one of the small bones was
Arne K. Johnson, a Linden boy, has
arrived in New York from Europe and
will soon make a tour of the United
States as a professional violinist. While
in Europe hespent a year under the tu
torship of Bearlini Eldering at Berlin
and three years under Prof. Rapholdi at
Dresden. "••^J^"'^- z'r
Through the kindness of Adolph Wag
ner, the writer has been favored with a
copy'of the '98 Gopher. It is a splendid
publication and one that reflects great
credit upon the talent of the University.
Mr. AVagner occupied the position of
business manager on the board of edi
tors and has the satisfaction of knowing
that the book was issued this year for
the first time without the contraction of
Sunday was a great day among the
Catholics of the city. It, was the day
appointed for the installation of the new
officers ot the local Foresters Court and
strangers were- here from various- sur
rounding places. St. Paul's Court of
Sleepy Eye sent thirty visitors St. Jo
seph's Court of Mantato fninished an
equal number Sacret Heart Court of
Fairfax sent twenty-five and Madelia in
the neighborhood of twenty., The exer-t
cises were held at Caecilian HaH at two
o'clock and |a addition to thejostnf rjk
taskwork consisted,of addresses hy A*
drew J^ Eckstein oTthja^ci^Be^^
WITH COURTAUD LAWYERS.
The Civil Calendar Has Almost Been Dis
In addition to* work reported else
where, the following is the result of the
June session of the district court up to
The case of Theresa Schwengle vs.
Charles Peck, the matter of the appeal
of Wilhelmina Baumann from ruling of
probate court, all of the cases of the
Stoeckerts against the Minneapolis. New
Ulm & Southwestern Railroad Co., those
of Wm. Pfsender against the Stoeckerts
and the case of John. Bertrand vs.
Robert Schaulierg were all continued.
The case of Anton Eberl vs. John
Peterl has been transferred to the foot
of the calendar and will be given a jury
trial just before the adjounment of court.
In the matter of the appeal from tax-,
ation of costs of Mary Weltsch vs. Town
of Stark, the decision of the justice court,
was reversed. The case of Wermerskir
clien vs. Neid was dissmissed as was al
so that of OBrien & LaBeaux vs. F. H.
Behnke, the plaintiffs in,the latter case'
failing to appear.
The case of Theodore Richards Jr. vs.
Theodore Richards Sr., in which the
former sued for unpaid salary, the jury
returned a verdict for the full amount
A verdict in favor of the plain
tiff for the lull amount was also returned
in the case of C. H. Ross vs. Magnus
Newdall. The suit wan over an old note
and the court instructed in favor of the
plaintiff. Verdict for $139.72, including
interest at 10 per cent, since 1891.
The case of W. G. Frank vs. John
Lanzendorfer, to recover the amount of
a commission promised 111 case the plain
tiff succeeded in procuring a loan for
the defendant, went to trial, but was. set
tled, before reaching*the jury, in favor
of the plaintiff.
All of the divorce cases, Davis, Switz
er and Siemers,* will be argued before
the court in vacation.
The case of Paul C. Jacobseu vs. Ernst
Hornscblaeger occupied -most of two
days. It was a hard fought battle, on
both sides, and the verdict a peculiar
one. The plaintiff's plea was that Horn
schlaeger had deliberately run over Ja
cobsen's son and injured him for life.
Hornscblaeger put up the defense that
the whole affair was accidental. Part of
the harness, he claimed, got out of place
an the horses were no longer under his
control. The jury brought in a verdict
for $200—a substantial victory for the
There are four more civil cases on the
calendar that will be given a jury trial
—Jensen & DurbaLn vs. Wm. Montgom-'
ery, Anna Radl vs. Michel M. Radl,
Christian' Filzen vs. Boock Bros, and
Jacob Schneider vs. Nels Anderson and
Yesterday morning a jury was drawn
in the well-known case of the state a
gainst Roswell D.Rice for grand larceny.
Last year the jury disagreed.
If you want the best, then smoke the
General Sickles five cent cigar.
Mrs. Robert Nix and family arrived
from Indianapolis yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Webber has been enjoying a visit
the past week from Mrs. Josephine Sey
ward of Spnngvale, Maine.
An operation was performed upjn
Carl Scherer for appendicitis at the hos
pital on Monday. Carl was taken sick
unexpectedly Monday morning.
The classes for the race-meet on the
3rd and 4th have been filling up nicely
and the people have reason to expect
some interesting and exciting contests.
Mrs. C. H. Helmes arrived here from
St. Paul Monday and will spend a few
days with her mother, Mrs. Helen Seiter.
She is accompanied by two of her chil
dren, /"•., ••$*" ,„.-. '•, .1
Two of the base ball players, Kemp of
of Winthrppand Dotson of Sanborn, in
dulged in a foot race for 100 yards on
Minnesota street Sunday evening. Dot
There will he nVeT*different eventsiri
the bicycle race-meet on the Fourth*
viz.—novice, quarter, half and one-mile
and tandem races. At least five cyclists
will enter in each race.
It is now almost as good as certain
that the Northwestern will run excur
sion trains from Redwood Falls and
Tracy to this city on the Fourth and that
the Minneapolis & St. Louis will run
one from WaecanL'&vsV j^vi 'S
An old-fashioned oM settles picnic
will be held at John C. Peterson's place
in.Eden on the",35th* Dr.. J. W.B.
Wellcome scd Attorney L. G. Davis of
Of fcllSr pt&BVtXtef#:p-M*$,J M-'f Jte A-•"*.-•«».
Mr. Maegh^ w^o died in Mankato
last week^ 3^v#^participaBt in the to
dian troubles at this place in 186% and
ia 1888 was appointed One of the trustees
to tlUr»: charge or tte erection of:the fa-
••Keep your'old heart happy stfll-^v
Time's a reckless, rover:, ^,.- ...«,
Di.n't grieve about the milk you spill
While there are cows and clover!"
The Last Week
with greater bargains than ever.
prices insures economy and satisfaction on eveiy purchase
J-*", Special reduction,on all millinery Goods
Ride a Crescent.
Call for catalogue of these Standard Bicycles.
We ffoir fHa\?e
"It Pays To Buy At Hnmmels.
!U 1^1 vf kv Orfeve about the money you have lost by
•*?""^™^"'™railing to take advantage of the bargains WE
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The mark-down from our low regular
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New Ulm, Minn..
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AT THE POPULAR PRICE OF
FULL LINE OF CYCLING SUNDRIES.
Repairing done promptly.
had? an Idea.
That they must pay big prices tor shoes—for something swell-—
but this is a mistake.
As large a line of desirable foot-wear as any store in the ci
ty. We have selected our stock with great care and know we
can please you with goods and prices.
The harder we work for you, the harder you will work for us
that's the sort of reciprocity we believe in. ,.-. „-,.
Whatever price you decide to pay we can show you the shoe
that will readily- convince you of it's worth and value of the
price asked. We can interest and please you. T. •*.-.**
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