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The Royal Baker and Pastry
Cook containing over 800 most practical and valuable cooking receipts—free to every patron Send postal card With your full a [JiffiSit' ROYAIi Backing Powder Menkes Clea,n Bread With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands, no sweat of the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. F. H. Bthnke was in Minneapolis on business last week. Crone left on Sunday for a short stay in Minneapolis. Hon. S. D. Peterson left for Minoe pohs on business Monday. James Montgomery of Sleepy Eye was in the city Saturday on business. Nicollet County Taxes may be paid at any time at the Brown County Bank. Mr. and Mrs. E. Eyrich and Henry Hoffman visited relatives in the vicinity of Searls over Sunday. Hugo Berndt left for Morton Thurs day where he becomes bar tender in a saloon. Frank Fessenmaier of Morton was in the city a few days last week visiting relatives. They returned Sunday. Wm. E. Koch returned from a trip to Pierre S. D. in the interests of the Minne soto and Dakota Cattle Co. Miss Ida Heers expects to leave this week for a two months vi9it with re atives and friends in Montreal. Hon. George Somerville was in the city Monday on his way to Olivia in the interests of the county seat contest. F. H. Buelow, postmaster at Sleepy Eye, was in the city Sunday, congratu lating the new postmastei of this place. Have your carpets cleaned now from 50 and 75 cents per room. L.J. Buenger C. H. Hornburg, sole agent for the Quickmeal gasoline and wickless oil stoves. Miss Kate Silverdon leaves this week for Cincinnati where she will visit for sometime. Dr. Weiser has purchased of Robert Fessenmaier a Stanhope rubber tired buggy. As fine a turn out as there is in the city, and one of the best. Tribune and Columbia chainless bi cycles at C. H. Hornburg's for $50. Do not buy anything else. There is Only One Instance where you can afford to turn your back on a good thing and that is upon a DEY O O S KEA A S E Foryourback'sache, foryourback'ssake In fact any ache or any pain. There is no excuse for your going around with awry face and a continuous complaint, just because you have a crick in your back. Put a REX Porous Plaster over the pain, and life will be sweeter there after. The attachment will be mutual. Lug. A. Pfefferle, The Reliable Druggist. ifH &&e*i ^hidht. i*ma&t mm Alum is used some baking powders and in most of the so-called phosphate pow ders, because it is cheap, and makes a cheaper powder. But alum is a corrosive poison which, taken food, acts injur iously upon the stomach, liver and kidneys. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM 6T HEW YORK, Friedman & Schmidt, Photographers. Henry W. Koch was in the cities vis iting last week. Paul Wm. this Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dyer of St. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Skinner, parents of Mrs. Dyer, in city. People are beginning to ask if the band concerts will not soon commence in German park. John Lilla, the blacksmith left on Wednesday last for his farm in North Dakota, which he will personally super intend. We show the famous Gibson efiEects in Jackets and Skirts. Among them also are the new Coffee Coat for ladies' wear. For Sale by G. A. Ottcmeyer. G. W. Barnes, president of the Inter* State left on Thursday for the northern part of the state in the interest of the company. Thursday Judge Webber re-appointed Ferdinand Crone as a member of the board of public works for a teim of three years. Thuisday Edward Maltzahn fell from 1 a step ladder and fractured his collar bone. Dr. Weiser was called and reduc ed the fracture. Bingham Bros, have finished invoic ing their hardware and lumber stock at Essig and will dispose of the same to Martin Mueller, the present manager. J. G. Lindmeyer and son of Joseph Lindmeyer, left on Tuesday for South Dakota to look at homestead lands in that state with a view to locating. Dr. Floyd S. Muckey, of Minneapo olis, the nose and throat specialist, will be at the Dakota house next Sunday the 18th day of May, all day. The picnic season was opened on Thursday by the young people of the Lutheran ohurch who enjoyed themselves in the woods south of the city. When you next visit our store, be sure to see our Paper Pattern Depart ment. Fashion Sheets Free. Standard Patterns are seam allowing. They fit. G. A. Ottomeyer. The Hauenstein Brewing Co.'s base ball team has been re-organized and is practicing for the contests of the sum mer. A game is scheduled to be played at Springfield on decoration day. J. F. Neumann sells men's and boy's suits at about half price next Monday. Postmaster Krook has been notified of a raise in salary of $100 per year. This is based on the increase in the amount of business done during the last year. The increase applies after the 1st of July. Miss Emma Baltrusch of this city was married to Paul Oleson of Lamberton on Wednesday. Mr. Oleson is a pho tographer in that village and is consid a very estimable young man. Thursday was Ascension day and the city showed a niticeable increase in the number of people on the streets. The day was observed by the Catholic and Lutheran churches as a holiday. Little Sherburn Beecher fell Sunday, striking his nose with such force as to crush it in. Dr. Beachler was called and attended the case and has hopes of being able to repair the injury so that no ill effects will be noticed.^ Editor Upton of Hanska was in the city Saturday on his way to Sleepy Eye where he preached Sunday in the Bap tist church. He is becoming quite pro ficient in bis duties as editor* ,JUaarHoidal«Llector Oawton Jator dayon business and also to visit bis parents. 4 Return entertainment given by Louis Ambrosch At Union hall to-night Prices 35 and 50 cents» ~. ^, $** »&»>, Judge George on Thursday last united in marriage John M. Rose and Miss Margaret Jaehn of Springfieid^fWr/^ The Alcantara made her initial trip this spring up the river on Sunday with a party ofyoung people on board. Dr. Eehler of Minneapolis, will be in New Ulm, Sunday, May 18th, to do eye, ear, nose and throat work Office hour/from 11 a. m. at Dr. Strickler's J. P. Graff made a professional to Sleepy Eye, Monday. The doctor is meeting with success in his business here and his practice as a veterinary surgeon will no doubt be all he can at tend to as soon as he becomes known. Peter Zwach and Anton Ziska succeed John Lilla in the blacksmithing business on the corner of Fourth street North and Broadway. They are young men and both good workmen. They should suc ceed. Dr. O. Gray, osteopathist, of New Ulm, was here a few days ago looking after his property interests and calling on old friends. He is meeting with fine success in the practice of osteopathy in New Ulm.—Springfield Advance. Customary Services at the Congre gational Church next Sunday, morning sermon: A Christian Gymnast. Evening Sermon: Breaking of the Storm. Second Series on he Indian Massacre of 1862. All kinds of Fresh Sausages every day at Rusch & Besch. Wm. Addy, son of James Addy of Home, who has been visiting his father for the past week was in the city Friday on his way home to Omaha. He has been absent from this part of the coun try for more than eight years and the changes are very marked to him. Father Berghold the founder of the Catholic church in this city was here from New Market Thursday and Friday to visit Father Bienhart who is not ex pected to live. During his stay Father Berghold was the guest of Father Sand, meyer. The St. Elizabeth Zweig Verein has fixed upon the 17th and 18th of this month as the dates for giving their play "Beatus Hohle." Thirty-five people will be included in the caste and no doubt it will be well woith seeing. It is to be given in the Opera House. Great bargain sale on dress goods and men's and boy's suits next Monday at J. F. Neumann. Somebody in South Dakota is doing a land office business in trying to get bounty on gophers for yesterday Louis Vogel received a consignment of 64 gopher tails from Flemming, evidently intended for the Auditor of Brown Connty South Dakota. Largest assortment of wall paper. L. J. Buenger. Peter Arbes of Bird Island, one of the Arbes boys of this city was married on Wednesday to Bessie Olson of Lafayette. Mr. Arbes is pharmacist in a drug store at Bird Island and the young couple will make that their home. The both have the congratulations and best wishes of a large circle of friends Fresh Fish every Friday at Rusch & Besch. Prof. Beim's chorus of forty voices is to sing at the entertainment for the ben efit of the Massacre telebration. The chorus was organized to assist at the lecture of Prof. M. L. Sanford and will render two selections that are worthy of a good hearing. The chorus has been drilling for three weeks and will be in shape to make a good impression by that time. The Northwestern road is haulingsand from St. Peter to Sleepy Eye to be used in the construction of *a 5,000 barrel mill, said to be the largest in the state outside of Minneapolis and Duluth. Al ready over 100 cars of sand have been shipped from here. Built on rock and St. Peter sand, that mill ought to last like the rock of ages.—St. Peter Herald. Largest assortment of wall paper. L. J. Buenger. The extension of the electric light system to the breweries is a moat com mendable thing. If any inststution in the city is deserving of favors the breweries are more so from the fact that they furnish employment to a large num ber of people. The two breweries will use about 500 lights and they will find this system of lighting much better than the one they are using. ,.•,.. On Monday night at KratschVdance hall there is to be another of those popu lar dances for which the hall has already become famous Mr. Kretsch is making an extra effort to have these dances so everybody can enjoy them and has put the prico down to twenty-fivecents. Good music is promised and a good time is guaranteed* Those who go will no dcubt enjoy themselves. m*^W 2k&f* ^JLp.said that the Ajcb Chapter the, second order of the York Bite of Masons is making the fittest progress now of any order of New Ulm Masonry. This pro gress is marked both in quantity and quality of all the work done since the beginning of the year and is a surprise to"the eldest and most experienced Masons of the city. Hon. S. D. Peterson has purchased the Wendt property on the corner of Center and Minnesota street and will convert it into a machinery shed. He has ordered a car load of buggies which are to be put into the building for the present. The corner is one of the very best in the city and will make a first class business place. A telegram from Chattanooga Tenn., to the daily papers of Wednesday last gives the assignment of bishops and dates of conferences of the German Methodist Church. The North German Conference is to be held in this city on Sept. 25th and Bishop Goodsell is named to pre side. The holding of the conference here will bring a large number of people to the city as the district is large and the attendance usually pretty good. •ALASKA—the best refrigerator on the market for sale by Forster Bros. On Tuesday May 20th will take place Siebert, Siebert of Cottonwood to Gustav Bartel of Man kato. Mr. Bartel was an employe of the Burg Cigar Co. for a number of years but for the past few mouths has been been working at his trade in Mankato. The young folks aie well known in this city and will be the recipients of many good wishes. the marriage of Miss Jeanette daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Automobile skeptics were sure that C. H. Hornburg would be unable to climb College hill with his machine, but he went up there the other day with the greatest ease. In a recent endurance test against a strong wind and up a steep hill, made by the Millionaire's club of New Yoik, the Oldsmobile was among the first to make the trip and also made the best time in hill climbing. It seems to be among the most practical automo biles. •Special Furniture sale every Monday at Forster Bros. Commencement exercises of the high school will take place on Thursday even ing June 12th and W. S. Hammond of St. James has consented to deliver the address. Mr. Hammond was engaged for the same purpose by the high school three years ago and gave an excellent ad dress. Other features of the program will be the salutatory by O iv a Schapekahm, Class History by Clarence Mowery, Prophecy by Lucy Crocker and Valedictory by Alvina Gauske. Several base ball teams are talked of in the city this spring and there are nine players in the Ottomeyer block who are waiting with considerable anxiety for some other nine to challenge them to play. Talk of the doctors and lawyers game is getting a little more to the point and there is some reason to believe that it will materialize in which case the odds are on the side of the lawyers. An anxious public is awaiting their action. Have yourcarpets cleaned now, from 50 and 75 cents per room. L. J. Buenger. The Christian Endeavor has arranged a fine program for the social which is to take place in the church parlors on Fri day evening of this week. Among other things they will have a paper filled with witty things describing how each one has raised a dollar too apply on the fund for the ohurch parsonage. There will also be singing and recitations and re freshments will be served. The young people have made quite extensive pre parations for this intertainment and ex pect a large crowd to take, part in the pleasures of the evening. On Wednesday and Thursday of last week C. H. Hornburg accompanied by Messrs. Qumn and Barkley, the former the inventor of the Deering corn husker and the latter the general manager, went out to H. Manderfeld's farm and made a test of the machine and no fault could be found with it. The corn was turned out in as perfect a manner as possible to do by hand or by any other process. The machine is anew device and a great labor saving invention. Mr. Hornburg is fortunate in securing the agency of so saleable an article. Fred Johnson is meeting with con siderable difficulty in getting hismen to gether for the formation of a Minstrel Company with which to entertain the people as a means for raising funds to defray the expense of the Indian Massa cre celebration. A meeting was held Friday evening and there was such & megre response to the call that nothing was done. It is a very busy time with most people and the effort will be quite a sacrifice of time on the part of those who have been chosen to take part and the time is short now for the proper rehersals so unless a more enthusiastic spirit develops the Minstrel part of the nrosram joE-have to be left out. iH HftaL mmmi Eggs for Hatching. 11 breeds of pure bred poultry, send 2c stamp for cata log. Mrs. E. Weg ner, Essig, Minn. ^%^$ it-ti 8*2SSsF BLIZZARD If your dealer does not handle it, send us $i oo and we will for ward, prepaid, a box containing a dozen "Blizzard" agars Everybody knows aboutS.W.P. It's success is in the air. It gains fame for itselt with every gallonthat'sspread on a house. Uniform good quality has given it a popularity greater than any other paint on the market tA When you want to paint a build- I Believe in Protection. SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT WILL PROTECT YOUR HOUSE. ^OLDBY- W. G. Alwin-City Drug Store. Beef is High but not our .. Breakfast Foods None but the wealthy can afford beef at th« prevailing high prices. As a substitute for beef use our different breakfast foods and your bill at the end of the month will be considerable less. We carry in stack at all times Pettijohn's Breakfast Food Quaker Oatmeal Club House Oatmeal Mothers Oats Cooks Flaked Rice Pillsburys Flaked Wheat Food California Wheatine Pillsbury's Vitos Cream of Wheat Wheatlet Grape Nuts Farina Angelina Breakfast Food, Etc. We especially reccommend Angelina Breakfast Food at 5c a pound. Our bulk oatmeal contains every food element required to perfectly nourish growing children. To give them sturdy little bodies, clear eyes and rosy cheeks. And the older ones don't say nay! But gladly reach their plates for another helping. For the sick nothing is better than a good pot of Oatmeal gruel. R. PFEFFERLE Inf. G. Alwin's City Drag Store. The name instantly suggests a sentiment. The cigar is a nice, COOL smoke. The aroma, or, more properly speaking, the "Bouquet" of the "BLIZZARD" cigar comes through the judicious blending of the leaves that go to make up the cigar. This skill of blending and working Havana tobacco can only be acquired by years of patient work. The "BLIZZARD" cigar represents not only the choicest, brightest, cleanest, most carefully selected leaf, but the best workman ship at our command. Critical smokers pre fer this cigar for its general excellence and exquisite bouquet. TRY ONE. p[EWlfliM,]Wm IT'S IN THE AIR. ing, inside or out side THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT will do it better and more econom ically than any other. It will wear longer, look better and cover more surface. It's a paint with a reputationfound ed on merit. l* Ask us for color cards.