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"I have keptAyer'sCherry Pec
toral in my house for a great many
years. It is the best medicine in
the world for coughs and colds."
J. C. Williams, Attica, N. Y.
Aii serious lung
troubles begin with a
tickling in the throat.
You can stop this at first
in a single night with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consumption, hard colds,
and forcoughs ofall kinds.
three slitt: 2St., SOc. $1. All *rtfg*lit».
Odnittlfc your doctor. If lie «ajfe wSfc it,
theft d6 &B he says. It he tells $tia not
to take It, then don't take it. He knows.
Leaf* It with him. We ate wiHHiK.
J. C. AYEB CO.. EeVell, Mass.
Real Estate transfers.
Carl lieinke and *v to Heury Moll
3 and 10 'ft tto N New Ulm..
Louis Leline to 8t. John's Hospi-
Charles Steube to L^uis Milzner
9 and S 22 ft of 10 65 S
New Uini
William Pfawnder to Charles Sttm
be ontlot No 81 New Ulm.. ..
Jacob C. Rotbenburg to William
Miller 4 5 Bad' 2nd Boring
field ,. ...
Hulda Schmidt to Bertha Zauder
10 and 11 14 Aan Duque'a
Ass'n Spiiugiicld 10 acres Sec
20 109 34 500
Christ Maiuzer to John P. Bertrand
80 ncres 23 109 33 1600
Emil Rasinusaen to Christ Mogen
sen unit hi 7 5 Evau and
uml of 1 1 Evan 800
C. Mogensen to Emil Tinsmufsen
uud of 160 ncrcs fc^c 7-110 32 3600
John G. Holm to Ai'hur E. 8. Pet
erspn 6 4 Holm's add to
5 0
John Schumacher to Frank W.
Runner 7 2 Comfley
Eleanore Werner to Fanny E. Rex
roth E 13 C6 12 17 8
120 S N*w Ulm 14 9 8 &
50 3 96 N New Ulm.
August Semueh to Maria PfciffVr
13 114 N New Ulm 100
H. L. Jenkins to Peter J. Paulson
lot 6 bl 6 Hanska
George Muller to T. Kobarscu out
lot 349 New Ulm.
Anton Prokosch to Franz Schubert
lot 8 bl 182 New Ulm
Julius Fischer to Mary Margaret ha
Neemann lot 3 bl 88 New Ulm
William Pfaender to M. Margaretha
Neemann loss 1, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11,
12 and 14 bl. 88 New Ulm
©odd VA7sfeF^%iz)8|Sip a54ifc
and all kinds of carbonated drinks. De
livered to all parts of the city on short
"Way Down East," which is to be the holiday attraction at the Turner Theatre, is one of the 'greatest dramatic
successes of the last quarter century and has made its fortunate owners not only rich but recognized as standing in
the very front rank of theatrical promoters. The play tells a story so simple and yet so powerful that it appeals to
everybody at once. The pathos however is only one side of the picture, for the quaint New England characters who
flit around the stage provide plenty of the element of humor to relieve the tension and give opportunity for hearty
laughter. The tears and joy follow each other like the sun and showers of springtime, and in the end the benign in
fluence of justice done and virtue rewarded soothes and satisfies like the green of a peaceful landscape*
Mr. Aug. lUymann of Graceville was
visiting his bt'ochera here a few days last
Mrs. B\ Adam and children left Satur
day fur Vesta where she will join her
httsbauO. They will reside on a farm
bety^that place.
A sltighiug party from Essig called at
the home of Mr. R. Ranck last Friday
eve. and after spending' a few pleasant
hours, had the pleasure of returning
home in the tain. '.
Several of the neighbors called at the
home of Mr. Bl Knees Saturday evening
in houor of his birthday. A very pleasant
time is reported by alL
There will be a Social Hop in the
Esaig Hall, Friday eve. Dee. 26th, music
will be furnished by the "Milford String
Band". A cordial invitation is extend
ed to all to come and pass an evening of.
enjoyment. Supper will be served at ths
Everything is in the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve, E. C. De
Witt & Co. of Chicago, discovered some
years ago, how to make a salve from
Witch Huzel that is a specific for Piles.
For Blind, bleeding itching and protrud
ing Piles, eczema,' SJU*8* burns, braises
aucr ail skin diseases DeWitt's Salve has
no equal. This has given rise to numer
ous worthless counterfeits. Ask for De
Witt's-sJhe genuine. Eug. A. Pfefierle.
rom the Advance.)
Jot:. Epple moved his household goods
to Clements last week and now has his
family settled in their new home there.
MrSi Annie Matter has beau out in
Brookville for some time, assisting in
nursing her mother, Mrs. Angus McPhee,
her last illness.
John Schneider, who has been work
for Wm. Mueller for sometimefhas gone
to Lamberton to engage in the cigar bus
iness with his brother Charlie.
Mrs. Wm./' Mueller's birthday was
pleasantly celebrated last Thursday after
noon by a party of her friends, who left
behind them some handsome tokens of
J. Klossner of New Ulm, was here Fri
day, looking after business interests. Mr.
Klusaer is now in the laud business, b£
ing largely interested in real estate in
Canada. „, 1%"H^ -*^W\
Mrs. ,1.1. & f8^encb7Vg%^o1i^e
of weeks with her relatives at Rochettra
and will probably remain, during the
holidays. Mr. Rieck'ssister from, New
Ulm is keeping bousb during her ab-
sence «$etffc«a§$fo
A grand Christmas dance will be held
in the opera house Saturday evening,
Dec. 27tb. Music will be furnished by
the Liurimeyer band of New Ulm. If you
want a g6od time *ou't fail to attend
this dance. An- enjoyable evening is
{New Ulm, Minn '1 ^guaranteed to aM.*|| f^
y^-^MMm^sim Mam fi*
s* NEWS-*
Mrs. H. T. Jones visited Sleepy Eye
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. Lambreshlj
on 16th, Twin boys«
•ftiitiitnti ti tuti liiifiiitiAtn'iittitiitiiirtiffi
Happenings of the week
clipped from our exchanges
and as reported by our
speclaj correspondents. -v
ffffom the Herald.)
The MtthodUt church' wiiL hate's
Gini-tmaS tree, and exercises in the school
house next Wednesday evening* ,•,
The Bachelor's Club will hav»t a dance
in Mundal's hall on the Saturday after
Christmas.. If you want a good time,
plan to attend this.
Dr. Wood has been appointed Deputy
Coroner for the village of Hanska, and
the townships of Lake Hanskn, Linden,
Albin, and the southern half of Cottbn
wood, Staik and Sigel: (lie appointment
to take effect Jan. 1st 1903.
Clias. Hornlmrg Jr. was in town Wed
nesday on business. He says that the
action of bis father in closing his busi
ness in New Ulut, is chiefly to secure
complete chang of scene for Mrs. Horn
burg, whose health has not been at all
good for a loug time.
The report of the Hanska-Linden
Creamery Co. for the mouth of Novem
ber 1902 ia as follows:
Total milk ree'd, 274,252 lbs
Total butter produced, 14,148 lbs.
Av'r'g test of mi Ik, 4.5 cent fat.
Average yield of butter per 100.
Pounds milk, 5.15 lbs.
Price paid for butterfar, 29 cent
per pound.
Average price paid for milk, $1.30 per
100 pounds
Digests all classes of food, tones and
strengthens the stomach and digestive
organs. Cures Dyspepsia, Iuoigestion,
Stomach Troubles, and makes rich red
blood, health and strength. Kodol re
builds wornout tissues, purifies strength
ens and-sweetens the stomach. Gov. G.
W. Atkinson, of W. Na„ says: I have
used a number of bottles of Kodol and
have 'found it to bo a very effective and,
indeed, a powerful remedy for stomach
ailments. I recommend it to my friends.
Eugene A. Pftfferle.
(From'the Herald.)
Carl Berg, the popular hotel man, re
turned from the New Ulm hospital Wed
nesday very much improved in health.
Messrs. Wm. Grundmeyer and John
Hickle returned Tuesday from /a two
weeks sojourn at Willmar, where they
went to assist Mr. Grove in getting ready
for business.
Wm. Vollmer and wife of Lamberton
arrived in Sleepy Eye Saturday and spent
Sunday and Monday visiting with his
father, Martin Vollmer and bis father
in-law, Julius Kreuger.
We understand that' Messrs. John
Goettsche and Peter Vogt have teased
the Mat Schneider building now occu
pied by Theodore Pageokopf and will
conduct a saloon there next year*.
A letter from E.. P., ,Ills»ey who', left
Sleepy Eye about two years ago, now at
Clarkston, Wash., states that the family
are all weU, weather fine, no snow ex
cept on the mountains. Clarkston
A the regular un*tf|ng of th* local
decided* te*i«ve an open iu«taUktro* Utefacr th«bi»
officers on Monday evening, Jtip. 5th at
which time the wives and ladj friends
of the members will be present! vA.
musical andy literary program, will be
carried oittandrefr^bmenis served^
ffW were t» number of, well known
miU men here last Friday to inspect the
new a tiling p'snU^Among the number
vert R. IX Hnbbard and bis head mill
er, Mr. Brooks of the Mankato Milling
Couipauy/f?Bjr Page of the Nordyke &
Marmon Co. of Indiabopolis, Iud., was
also herij^AU these gentlemen paid
high praise to the-local Milling Coinpa»\
'ny ntw plant.
aS mercury \Hlt sucely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the wbole
eyatetn when entering it through the muc
oos surfaces, tsuch articles should, never
be used except on prescriptions from re
putable physicians, as the damage they
will do is ten fold to the Rood you can pos
sibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by 'F. J, Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and
is taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood'and mucous surfaces of the.sys
tem. .In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
surey cm get the genune. It is taken in
ternally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J. Cneny fc Co. Testimonials free.
Sold, bylDruggists, price 75c. per bottle.
Hall's .bamily Pills are the best. ..
h?'" J.
!, vv
Last weeks markets**were''dull'WiB
customary during the holiday season.
Prices were allowed to decline a little
but firmed up towaicU the end of the
Week. Aside from the ho'i'lay dullness
there is nothing which wairants a de
eliue. The Venezuelan incident made'
longs timid because a wur between the
United States and England Germany
would interfere with exports, but all in
dications JIOW are that the affair will be
peaceably se»tledi Western primary re
ceipts for thSs week are Smaller than
they wtre last week though higher than
last year. Receipts at Minneapolis have
been quite heavy, the premium paid there
for spot wheat diverting the larger share
of northwestern receipts to that market
and stocks there are increasing, though
they are still about 4,000,000 bushels
less than they were last year.' We have
excellent authority for the statement
that during the last 30 days interior
^levators have been ordered to ship put
stocks on hand and that they are now
wel)i cleaned out which accounts for the
recent heavy receipts and foreshadows a
suddeu decrease in receipts. The ex
cellent demand Shows that millers are
trying to supply their future needs while
prices of good wheat for some time and
are pleased to see our opinion confirmed
by the "Modern Miller" which authority
states. "That stocks of wheat aje de
creasing at points of accumulation show
ing that most of the good wheat has been
marketed." The authorities are pretty
well agreed that good wheat will be
scarce before spring, Exports for the
week are moderate, about 3,250,000 bus.
but sales have been made duly show
ing that American wheat is on a com
mercial basis in the world's market. To
wards the end of the week the foreign
demaud improved and on Saturday 836,
000 bushels were sold for exports and
clearances on that day were 908,000 bus.
Latest advices from Argentina are that
general rains are falling. The foreign as
well as the home situation is bullish.
While we exptct quiet markets until
after Jauuary 1st we fully expect to see
a sharp advance sofn after that date.
The forecast of sudden changes in the
weather serves notice that a hoarse voice
and a heavy cough may invade the sancti
ty of health in your own home. Cauti
ous people have a.bottle of One Minute
Cough Cure always at hand. E. EL. Wise,
Madison. Ga., writes: "I am indebted
to One Minute Cough Cure for my pre
sent good health, and probably my life."
It cores Coughs Colds, LaGrippe, Bron
chitis, Pnenmouia and all Throat and
Lung troubles. One Minute Cough Cure
nits the phlegm, draws out the inflam
mation, heals and soothes the mucous
membranes and strengthens the lungs.
Eugene A. Pfefferle.
?*:V New Ulm,'Miun., Dec. 19, 1902.
.v,-, s,
are helped out by the gOTernmenrwbwr
a soap.bubble«^# V. '****$'
There is4n &mg*ea» now a bill pend
ing^ to permit the isspe of emergency
cunency,,. to authorise national banks
to issuer credit tatrreney1 to the amount
of 25 per* cent |ff tbeir capital, wbieb
means 150 to 200,000,000 additional
currency issued on general credit a
8alto-mortale of oo^ inefficient financiers
who with unexampled prosperity, with
enormous bank deposits, with large re-
G. A/Ottbmeyer,
Dry Goods.*/, av
A. J. Eckstein—Drugs.
W. C. Haubrichf*.
The New Store—clothing"
Editor 2*ew TJlm Review^t^
Deat Sir r- yj£*' tm&fcCi. 4fo"ti
-lAl,)out the money market I wish to
speak, to your readers in the hope it will
illuminate some minds to the truth of
the sitnaion. In,September this year a
great financial panic has, been prevented
through an act of the United States
treasurer Shaw in helping the bankers of
New York with $35,000,000 cash for
wbich an interior class of securities were
acceatedi5iLast week, some of the so
railed great financiers like Rockefeller,
Morgan Hillmann, etc., have formed a
syndicate to prevent the next pending
panic with a fund of $50,000,000,
^^la it not astonishing that after all*
tntise smooth statements of our presi
dents and statesmen about an tmexam
pled prosperity, ansqnalled crops, enor
mous oversea trade, etc., these great fi-
Jeweler and Optician. .T
L. J. Buenger,
if S
i^T^ Weekly Market Letter, ^'.f* ^.
The following letter i» furnished by
Edward8, Wood & Oompiny, Oonmiis
sion Merchants, 110 Chamber of Com
merce, Minneapolis, 310 Board of Trade,
The New Furniture Store. ^,
Broadway Grocery,
Chas. Fidler, Proprietor.
Zschunke & Schilling, Prop.
Piano on exhibition at Bueugers's New Furniture Store.
Ecksteiu's Drug Store*
Given by the enterprising merchants of New Ulih b| 'wni^nVt400 Wesley PL 'C
ano will be given away free to-the Lodge, Ci.urch, School or Organization voted
the most popular by June 1st, 1908.
The f.^lowing merchants issue baUofs free with eveiy 25c cush purchase.
'''•.,'' My ajeency is one of.the largest in the state. 4
F. H. Behnke.
We have on tap a barrel of fine Apple Cider which
we sell at 30e per gallon.
Breakfast Foods and Cereals of ail kinds.
Pancake Flour in 10c packages.
Wright's Old Fashioned Buckweat to sell by the
sack or pound.
If you want somefineMaple Syrup, we have it, also
some Maple Sugar in 1 pound cakes. 1
Try our English Fruit Cake, put up in 1, 2 and 5
pound packages.
.', Fresh smoked whitefishalways on hand. 1
We also have a nice line of HOLIDAY I
GOODS, such as? Glassware, Crockery,
Lamps, etc.
F, H, BeliiikG,
f)ONT forget to get 3
.«?•" one of our beautiful 3
Solid Silver Souvenir 3
-"E Spoons which will be
given away Free with
each $5 worth of goods %^f$
you buy between No- 3 *'"f4
fcl vember J5th and Tanu- 3
E ary Jst atHAUBRICH 3
The Jeweler, jg 4 2|^¥H
umrlvalea resources
tne,£0j»atry again on tk«
pimply to covervup fagwjW^nBh whteb,- will
aw^qfo/tyongapda ©f esfttesnes^
€*ook dut.for it, it is in4be air, down in
South Anrerica the Germans and English,
are already shooting and killing to col
lect bills, taking life for money. Beware
if it is not a sign ofjthe distress of Euro
pean financier* also. A war iSr a light*
ning rod for public dissatisfaction and
an emergency factor for covering up the
rotteness, the immorality which the
present competitive system embodies.
The Red Front Grocery
Geo. Hauenstein, Proprietor.
Model Meat Market,
Bakery, Restaurant & Confectionery.
Mrs. B. Follmann,
C. H. Hornburg
S. W. RAUDENBUSH & CO., St. Paul,
Sole Facttors for Wesley pianos.
I represent 25 of the largest and strongest Fire and Tornado in- •.
surance companies in the world.
'—I ftlso represent the largest and strongest
SlBondfitd fidelity, imployers* liability, ^ccldetit, *sil aid life.
Insurance Compaiies* "I
I ri#l Improved and unimproved lands I
S O llbought and sold. 1
Iliave some bargains in Red River valley, lands in Minnesota. The time to
buy land is now. If you buy land you are sure to save money. have made
thousands of dollars for my clients. I can make money for you.
N. Henningsen, Insurance & Real Estate, New Ulm.
Chas. Stuebe, Proprietor^
C. A. Zelle—Shoes.
Wd. Eibner,
Ballot box located at

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