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New Ulm review. (New Ulm, Brown County, Minn.) 1892-1961, April 11, 1900, Image 7

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THE GROCER.
WE QUOTE: f.
Extra Tamer Canned Salmon, per can*
Good Canned Salmon, per can,
1 5 W§*$
FisbbsMs in Fish Bouillons, per oan»
Hamburger pickled Eels Svi Jelly, can,
3 0 #$
Fancjf Champignons, per cans'*
3SC
Armour's Potted Ham, per can,
IOC* saw^
Extra iFine Star Lobster, per can,
30C
Gold Label Sardines in Mayonaise
Dressing, per can, *#&*&*?$& Wk
1 2
Dittmana's Russian Caviar? per can*
5 0 td 7 5
Extra Fine Clam Chowder, per can^V
2 5 *ii
Extra Fine Oxtail Soap, per can, t|||
Blue Label Mock Turtle Soup, can,
Bumham's Clam Bouillon, per bottle,.
Heisz'a Baked Beans per can, "i?**'
1 0 1 5 a a
Fancy Canned Sweet Potatoes, a
15C -J
F. If. BEHNKL
11 Minaesota Street, Mew TJIm.
«®BONE BEOS-' 8EE0IAL&
White and colored shirts for little fel
lows to fit a boy at the age of 4 to 14*.
Don't trouble making youE night
shirts, you buy them ready-made with
or without collar, plain OT trimmed at
50c, 7ae and $1.
you
S
Easter
buying
Neckties.
^lt$t
Have a numBar of them «n b»l
l-
Swc*t-Pw
Everybody wants a
j£$ and it pays to boy
Remember we give "tickew^n^itliftg
you to dishes foryptehasefc^aSfr
Tel.48. Gen,
Mea'
Geo. BGhx^^SSB&i.
,Fresb and SaltMelatSj ^*"JBIi^
Season.
I*
you cwtainiy wantfV*^^ Ed* Carlaonwont to Minneapolis:Mott
day «tt|„basines» c^iiecm'?!!*^-tn«'
openi«c of his livery stable atrHauska
We are exclusive agents for Thoroom,
Highest prices paid Cqr .lu^gs^ pattiesJ'
wool and bides
hi.j* k'y I .'7*. "/V.
&?>' "v
t'SSf'^W*
Otto Scbell Trwited Mankatp Monday
in the intera^ of tbA August Sch«li
John Martin, landlord or the Com
mercial honse at Springfield, spent Sat
urday rathe-cityi
Otto Wioberski, principal of t^e^Sau
Claire high^6oL^sn|nt a
week* in this city. JbH
1
George Schmidt, of tho* E el
company, spent Saturday^ternoon wit•h
friends in thisicity^S^ ~\jy *$
Oscar Olin," of the firm^of' Oiar
Johnson at Lafayette was doing business
in this city Thursday.
Mns. J. Heimerdinger of Golden Qme,
spent Sunday in this city, the g«est ot
Mrs. H. Heimerdinger^
Miss Ella Hintz of Courtiand, spent
Saturday afternoon in this city the guest
of Miss Hilda Laudon.
Richard Sipper, bead"' brew^rWth£
Standard Brewing company of Mankaiot
was in this city Monday- -iMM&g^H ty
Charles S. Arbes- S Pattl
Thursday morning to spend, a few weeks
with friends in that city*, gg^f &
Mrs. H..Heimerdinger has been con*
fined to her bed during the past week
with an aggravated attack of grippef\
Miss Gttsta Baarscb. has returnedftrook
a two weeks visit with her sisters Mes-
•tt "*"Vt Barnes Ricbter and' Young at GibbOnfeT
If yoff expect to raise good vegetables
Mra. Schweppe ot St. James, has been
The indefinite leave ot
1st regiment N. G. S..:
vokedjuDdthe
to8errice.fi
Anton Gag,'
fine residences*- i&'^'M?"§ML^ 3
jl^mnw Bridal* returned Jiui|af fiom
ifinoeapolis wheahha n^ajbeeat^wrlsjf
Thtfttday tnuwaetiog
bankruptcy court
Jfcav^ ff-8iegei Tetturmg
from ker visit to BvanaviUe, Ind^sad
Wiscoiituc points, h»vinr bosa ibs*
aboutthrosweek*::
lj,Th^
vthe
ft-^*^«fe
Dr.JT. H. James* specialists eye, ear
and throat diabases will be at Dr« Ji
L."*Islaid^thi.
Schoch's office-Friday, April 13. ||$:
F. W. Hanenstein, representingTttfts
& Co., Boston, spent Sunday and Mon
day wrtb his family in this city. '|g
MftSKBf J. Dreis and son Albert, of
St. Paul* ire visiting ritf«Hb^-fibf"this
week with Mrs. F. Wraauenatein*,
Mrs. S. D„ 'Peterson entertained1 the
Current News Clnb at het home en
Minnesota street Tuesday afternoo».'|
it*-,,•• ^--,
^Attorney C^ A* HaRberg, w|**
quite sickl for aevTsrsi days duriiigjb*
past weeH^is ag^ifl rttoi *y be
to bttsiw»at-at i»*«al-r5^"^f *,
a W S
Rinkei of^!O^Be/,-W»..g»«atwl.aoW
cbajrge io^tsi^P^7
tb» referee i(i bankrupted ft&
Ii
a last %wk'J'
BIMS-,
lm*Jff/»,4*ww^*rl!,,,ft
ItiJ.'
Dr L. A. Frttsche returned this morn
a $ 1
tending a meeting of tbA state board of .. ^,_.::v'.
medic^exatt^^9lf^lHdbr^^|y|B^
^member^f"^
Judge iieorge'nad4rfieS»SDwii^
Springfield Wednesday of la«t week. He
fa^weli^eoe^oW.aistTbf^
securedotanageinenttofe
0
r-"
to Albert Lea this week, where Mr,
I*-
wholesaled
the best ^olffaMJ
b. rfEtJ
iir the first
I^TII.*1
Mii^|##s
&
^^!^^t^»*ad^feld
^i? -rl| ,^p^Ain^*«-^bner|. Manderfelf
mentMin«ewt«|^olttntee«r,ist8#ndin^ E a oT tVfJ ci%f«1he^i
excw»tioiKfj** the foundation of
tbfe ,arddition*^o tho pumping Btattoii at bids#aS|e: The Re»iew| ,4ft peV^eestt^ «i
eitjf .Vafceirworks has been completecr Jo«iaaf* «o% 'per ceiikj^":theJ entire
and work otf the sup6,rsttuctnr« hafj printing bilL at legal rates foots up tjl»5
magniflcent sum of $100 the frugal spir^
commenced. ||p
M-, Jtienemann, Rer.Rinke, A.Amann, ii in calling for bids la toi j^f
•Oharies HBft^ Joseph Henle and Anton
Spetl-wew in Sfc PauMas^^^wlf^attiendri*,|5!^^^^a^5^0j^
ingthBi ^m^aoott^\nW^gvoi |b^'^ «»^i^^^^ ^^XJy
Joseph Catholic BefflaTOl«ftftrsocietf^^J
TIf^^f1^-six
famSy will move no- jjirtrr 5?^ T^^SZl,
we^^&.&ertna^^ttle S S S
of wbicbaocfeW a a a
.2 Wg errfimtcity ^ttortr%^|8«fe
tive raember,ten(iered her a very plesant *.* ,^- lCkir i^Ty^T"*'.
the Milwanke German %fatrePp^e*reeei$^^^
company for three ^Ight^^da^^phe pfeesfrone^Ux
latter' part»*ls|Eay o#the-firsff|of ^anei 0 ^j^%00!§^f^M4M^W\u¥
The' fexacf -dat#ai^|^afsi'ii«lS^ii# & $ ii
jiouticed a Klfi.V 4
5 te
'polish j^ferday|r-a»- W
pd&tr/J,a»d^ tes44*
pj^J
a3A»
l^^rnt
•ociasloB^ wJn^ais^t^^ost giote pt the la)r
4
rivift
IkHA
4
fed, and thej profits of the
SBV-HI
fg
applications for liquorU- 4
4B^aB|^tat8,ftppro*epd.^|^:-*
fc* ^lie»ot,was made wittetne a &
4 a
^f
chtetrol?7f7
!.?ai
*\,Jj^ffi&$fo>m.t
"arm
Tills «ilt be
A
fe^W
ngttttof '^r»^l|^aftJ"Ortt^t¥i*«^
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MiM
'^hy^Sfi
i^.^t^ 5
.^
f. fl.^
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Or'I
iable to come at any timfe. For tfamjmjvant ail up-to-
^Ogf, f|a*fis tbM)ii^dmrwe will offer for
3
we wip'*'$& j^esSe# to show you the mQai.beautiful
(^tervlnfe^P^11^^11^'G^-eartsTf
Satejriej&S
THE HOOSE FURI
"g^fr^
Siderable, rangeof patterns,aingle and2
double bres^fedsnit8, unfadable^well
made,^b^d lasting and styliBh: pro.
^teotioni l^^v^y|, purcfaa«J%HmOT
?and^$«^e/'PeB:o*s'
U.oS ta.
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rr^fET'cfj
days
:^&^fe
WE'
if• ii ii ii ii ii ii at
w& 1
Antanfcan resell a. mimmnm price
when buying Qlptfaes and yet preserve
^rfJ^^peairtice.. ^^SjttK
^V Too cheap a suit tyv!SfS3ke—4oo
^expensive?* soifis an ektta«agance-ff
26
W^nmmen.^^|r
III-' A mediunvsuit at a me^initi^piice
I is W most ntfn wear. Z^
At the above price we^ve^co'tt^.
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