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Decide Todaf^
Don't dream over it, but do some
thing now. You know you are not
satisfied with the amount of eggs
your chickens are laying let us
show you something that will make
your hens lay.
Prussian Poultry
is the article you want and now is
the time you want to begin feeding
it. Come va and get a free booklet
telling you all about this wonderful
Egg Producer.
€ug. A. Pfefferle.
he Reliable Druggist.
WANTED— A delivery boy at the Red
Front Grocery.
Tony Schneider of Wanda was in the
city on business Thursday.
Attorney C. A. Hagberg was in Gay
lord on Thursday on legal business.
H. Hornburg sr. was at Minneapo
lis Thursday aDd Friday on business.
Martin Montgomery of Sleepy Eye
was in the city on business Saturday.
H. G. Hays editor of the Sleepy Eye
Dispatch was in the city Saturday on
Jas. Sapey has been transferred tem
poral lly to the short line between here
and St. Peter
John Lund, the land king of Minneso
ta and the Dakotas, was in the city Mon
day on business.
Albert Mueller the Wabasso attorney
was in the city several days last week
visiting relatives.
W. W. Smith of the First National
Bank of Sleepy Eye was in the city on
business Monday.
Misses .Ella Miller and Emma Frank
of Sleepy Eye were in the city last Thurs
dayMrisiting friends.
S Somsen, brother of H. N. Som
sen of this city was here from Winona
to visit over Sunday.
L. Trautman of Wabasha Minn., mem
ber o£/the board of Pharmacy visited
N«wului over Sunday.
onday C. A. Cairn es suoceeded
Kmskern as passenger traffic man
of the Northwestern road.
Mrs. Theresa Schneider on Monday
disposed of her residence property in this
city to Carl Macho for $2,000.
A large amount of ice is being cut and
shipped from the river at this place to
points along the Northwestern.
Dr. J. L. Schoch, who has been absent
is Pennsylvania to attend the funeral of
his mother, returned home Sunday.
Any person desiring to learn Photo
graphy should call at Harriet Schmidt's
New Art Studio, Rudolphi building.
The work of remodeling the Union
opera house will begin this week under
the direction of Contractor Schapekahm.
Frank Altmann was sent by the Eagle
mill people to take charge of their eleva
XOT at Klossner, Wednesday, succeeding
)nSs. Brey.
Jacob Mannheimer, well know through
out the state as one of the great mer
chants of tbe- 'Twin Cities, died last
MiSsBertha C. Melzer and S. T. Harbo,
both of tbe town of Linden were married
in tbe office of the judge of probate
this city on Wednesday last.
•j"t"i"i 4"8"i"S**8wfMi'
Do you know that the total val
ue of the eggs produced in this
country last year almost equalled
the value of the wheat wop?
Seems bard to believe, but that is
what statistics show. Even then
it was necessary to import eggs to
supply the home demand.
The profits of your poultry yard
can be readily increased if you
will supply your hens with
Our Egg Making Food.
It never fails to increase the
number and size of the eggs, and
iiie iObt io too small to consider.
And. J. Eckstein,
Stamped jjillow tops including hoop
aiid silk floss fJorSgcts. sonventtdoily
is given free with etfqfr purchase. Eder
& a a 1 +^f
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Dieka of Mankato
were the guests of Mr and Mrs. W. C,
Miller one day last week. They were
but recjently married in that city.
ladies of the Congregational Mis
|nary society gave Mrs. Henry Lillie a
sant reception Friday afternoon, it
being the anniversary of her birthday.
Mrs. Esther Troxel of Sleeky Eye was
the guest of friends in this citj over Sun
day. She expects soon to^eave for
Washington to make her home with her
son. 1 J*^°
in tbe ofty
rney Geo. T. Olsen of Springfield
as mowed to St. Peter which is to be his
future home. He is associated with
Congressman Davis in that city in the
law business.
The High school pupils are arrang-
Those interested in buying land will
notice the large ad. of 'he Lund Land
agency which appears in this issue. Mr.
Lund is putting forth extra efforts to se
cu\e setters for the Dakota and Minne
Miss Ellen Lamb, sister of Mrs. J. H.
who has been visiting here for
past two weeks left foi St. Paul Wed
nesday to visit another sister Mrs. J. J.
Schindler, wife of the city editor of the
Pioneer Piess.
The inspection of Co. "A" tooK place
at the armory on Wednesday evening
last, Maj. Wood of Austin was the in
specting officer. There were also present
Cap^E.^RT Brown and Lieut. Henry
«is ov
Phe weather went from the sublime'to
th% ridiculous Friday night and the Jte- certain parts of the machinery used in
suit was
that there was a blizzard
ie people of the mid-winter
ing to put on a short home talent play" Haupt to be present, the Episcopal ser
in the auditorium, in tbe near future, for
the purpose of raising money for the
school library.
The Lamberton Leader says: John J.
Arbes, manager of the Lamberton Mill
ing Company, last week purchased the
H. F. VOES residence on the street op
posite the mill.
W. C. Schrap, who at one time resid
ed in this city, but who has not been
in the city for some time, was here from
Sleepy Eye Friday and met many of his
old acquaintances.
J. Frank Fouche, the dramatic reader,
who is to appear in this fity tomorrow
has been engaged by the K. of P. lodge
of Sleepy Eye to give one of his readings
in that city this evening.
A. R. Bowling has closed his business
college at Fargo and has accepted a
position with the New Century Type
writer people as salesman! He was in
the city over Sunday visiting friends
Cards are out announcing the marriage
of Mary J. Hansen to Ernest H. Doring
which is to take place at Tracy March
11th. The young people have both been
in this city for the past few days visiting.
xchange says that the time is
coming when there will be but one job
for the fellow wno smokes cigarettes—
that will be to kill potato bugs with his
breath no one wants him nearer the
house'than the potato patch
Columbia Bowling Club met last
"Sunday at Frank Burg's and made
arrangements to meet every Tuesday
evening with the North Star in practice
games,*© prepare for a contest with
nia club of Minneapolis.
ladies of the Turner society will
give* a euchre party in the lecture room
of the Turner ball Sunday evening. Ad
mission to the games including price of
lunch will be 25c each. A cordial wel
come will be given to all who come.
P. Jurgensen representing the German
Loyd Steamship Company, who is visit
ing the towns along the line, was in the
city Thursday to see the agents of the
companies regarding passengers who may
take a trip to the old country over that
Presiding Elder John Hauck, who has
jurisdiction o^er this part of the Metho
dist church in the state, was here Satur
day ?nd Sunday and held the usual
quarterly meeting services. He also de
livered the sermon in tbe evening at the
Methodist church.
Since it will be but a short time until
the postal delivery will be in effect here,
the postmaster recommends that peo
require numbers of residence to be place
on their mail so that when the service
goes into effect there will be no delay in
assorting tbe mail.
Henry Hummel, who has been at Se
attle during tbe winter is home on a
visit. He is now connected with the
American Brewing Co. is tbe capacity
of treasurer and in connection with-bis
visit here he is trying to sell stock in the
company in which be ie interested.
The first of the series of the three part
ies thai are to be given by the Eastern
Star society was given Friday night and
while the attendance was not aslarge as
on former occassions there were enough
there to make it a very pleasant JH&rty
and one that was thoroughly enjoyed by
A bill has been introduced in the leg
islature that provides for an increased
appropriation for the game and fish com
mission. This is in accordance with the
favorable report that was made on the
suggestion submitted to the legislative
committee of the Commercial Union of
this city. *z ^-x£ ^•^'Jt:
has an
invention of
own, which is an improvement on
breweiies, went to Chicago Wednesday
to interest brewers of that city in the in
vention. It is claimed by those who
know that he has a good thing and will
realize well on the sale of it.
Hohn, who has been tbe guest of
rotber, pastor of the Methodist
church in this city, returned to his home Jr^fb. Cutting of the town of Home was
in Nebraska, having spent several week^
rrried last Tuesday *o a Miss Flynn
to a
and upon his return to Sleepy Eye was
much confused by the elaborate congrat
ulations that were showered upon hi an
and later in the week a party of Sleepy
Eye people went out to his home and
gave him a vigorous serenade.
Jaroing to the inability of Archdeacon
vices at Schell's Hall Wednesday even
ii.g, March 4 will be conducted by tbe
Rev. Choinard the gifted rector of the
Church of the Holy Communion, St.
Peter. Service begjns at 7:45. The
public is cordially invited to be present.
The country papers throughout the
state with scarcely any exception, con
tain accounts of the generous contiibu
tions that are pouring in for the relief
of the famine stricken people of Norway
and Sweden, and in almost every in
stance the contributions are very liberal.
In this respect New Ulm is not in the
least behind.
Rev. Gausewitz of St. Paul, Rev. von
Rohr of Winona, Rev. Siegler of La
Creese, Wis., Rev. Enuth and Mrs.
Schwartz of Milwaukee, members of the
general college board of the Lutheran
Synod of Minnesota, together with Rev.
J. Albrecht, F, H. Retzlaff and John
Boock of this city, held a meeting here
Friday and Saturday to look over the
affairs of the Lutheran college here.
The Review has finished printing a list
of the names of the people living on the
four rural mail routes leading out from
this city. There is in the neighborhood
of 1500 names and the list makes a
valuable thiDg for those who have to
sent out mail at any time as all the let
ters sent to the people on the rural routes
require but a 1 cent stamp. The bsts are
for sale and may be had at this office.
The Lambert Gasoline Engine people
have now established their agency in
this city. It is located in the Rudolphi
building and the two men in charge' an
kept busy with inquries. Mr. Merchant
is now assisted by his cousin, and
the two men are not large in stature they
have the business principle in a very
large degree and the people of the city
will find them very pleasant to deal with.
Tbe attention of the holders of the
tickets to the library lecture course is
called to the fact that the third of the
lectures in the series will be given at the
High School auditorium on Thursday
evening of this week and will be
given by J. Frank Fouche a dramatic
reader who has a national reputation. It
is said to be the best thing of its kind
that there is, consisting of humor and
eter Soukup, who for several years
has been one of the representatives
Schell's brewery has resigned bis
position with that company and has en*
tered the Brown County bank in the
capacity of assistant cashier. The place
in the bank was made vacant by the re
signation of Mr. Schonlau, and has been
temporarily filled by Wm. Burs: who re
turns to the cigar factory as soon as the
new assistant cashier is familiar with his
The masquerade dance last Saturday
evening at Esser's Hall was very large
ly attended and was, all told, a very en
joyable affair. The New Ulm band play
ed *ery satisfaetory music for the oc
casion. The Arlington Fire Department
took advantage' of the presence of tbe
band on fcunday and had a parade
through town and then enjoyed a good
social time at the hall for an hoar or
two in honor of Chief W. Esser, whose
thday it was.—Arlington Enterprise,
arlson Bros, have leased the store
rectal in the Kiesling building and are
hav\ng it fitted up for a clothing store,
having purchased "the clothing stock of
the Breitkrentz general store at Comfrfey
and moved it here. This stock ia to sold
off at a bargain, and replaced with an
entirely new and up-to-date stock for
the New Ulm tFadet 'This makes the
third store cf the kind that Carlson Bros,
have and if it is as successful as the
others, will command large per cent
of the clothing trade.
Three outside expert electricians, to
gether with Supt. Wagner and
Pillsbory, last week passed Jinal
nient on the new electric lighting
and repoited to the council at a special
meeting held last Wednesday evening,
that the plant was an excellent one, that
it has been properly installed and that
with the exception of a few correction
that it would be necessary to make in
that shafting, which amounted to very
little, the plant could be accepted hi all
confidence of its perfection. 1
A number of friends gathered and sur
prised Miss Carrie Sear at her home
Saturday evening and enjoyed the time
playing euchre. The evening was spent
in a very sociable way, until a very late
hour. Mr. Molitor and Miss Kate Kru
carried off the head prize and the Mis
Anna Haubrich and Hertha Mueller
given the booy prize, while Aug. achultz
played the lone hand prize which was
the greatest amusement. After the games
was finished a beautiful lunch was served,
and they repaired to their homes.
Clerk Schilling is dreading the latter
days of the count in the piano contest.
It is apparent that there are many of the
yotes being reserved until near the close
of tbe contest and this fact will make it
necessary for him to employ a large
amount of his spare time in doing t#e
counting. It would be much betterf for
him and for the voters if the ballots
were deposited every week and all who
are holding the tickets put them in the
ballot box. This would relieve him of
much work and let the peoole know how
the vote is going.
Daily papers for the past few days
have been full of accounts of burglaries
of various sums of money. Many of
them have occurred in the southern part
of the state and in Iowa. In one rase
a farmer who had hid his money under
the earth in his cellar was robbed of the
entire amount which was more than
$3,000. These robberies illustrate the
fact that it is far better to put money in
the banks than to conceal it in the house.
The banks may fail and some times do,
but the money that is lost by not being
in the bangs is more than that that is
lost bv having been in the banks.
The Review is in receipt of a comment
cation from the Cannon Falls Commer
cial club in which that body points ou
the necessity of having a combination^
municipalities—"A municipal League,"
The purpose is to compel the enforce
ment of state laws. In accordance with
the suggestion a recommendation is made
that a meeting of the representatives of
the ^a^ious municipalities be held in St.
Paul about March 18th, for the purpose
of taking up the matter and organizing
a permanent society. The suggestion is
a good one and the organization of such
a bedjr'would be of untold benefit to the
ipalities of the state.
Hubbard Milling Co. of Mankato
decided to increase its milling capa
city to 1600 barrels daily, which will
give it about twice the capacity it now
has. New Ulm, Sleepy Eye and Manka
to with the increase that has been made
in the milling capacity of the mills of
these places makes this section of the
country the most important in the state
outside of the Twin cities, and this fact
enables tbe country mills to secure as
good rates from the railroads as the larg
er cities. Tbe men who are at the head
of these mills representing the invest
ment of an immense amount of money,
have great confidence in the country and
the future of the industry they are build
ing up.
132 acre farm adjoining the station of
Cambria, Blue Earth Co. For further
information write to L. Wagner, Man
kato Minn.
work, of C«y Council.
At council meeting last night a curfew
ordinance was introduced bf Mayor
EiNner and recommeded to pass. The
committee/rom tbe Commercial Union,
appeared before the council a-d re
quested the creation of a park commis
sion. ipThe request was granted and the
park committee was instructed to draw
up an ordinance creating such a board.
Committer on tbe L. G. Vogel matter
relative to the f*oal question made a
lengthy report showing that coal was
bought originally from the mines and
then through the local dealer handling
the coal in this city, which was Mr«.
Nagel and by reason of an error the bills
wiredrawn in the name "of H. Nagel.
The report recommends that the city
conttnue to buy coal from the same peo
ple as heretofore and that the bills come
direct from them ipstead of through Mr.
Nagel and further it states that Mr
Nagel should be thanked for giving tbe
city such cheap coal instead of being
condemned for the action as Mr. Nagel
petition asks. Report was ordered filed.
It was decided to put in motor to
pumn^water to tower and bids are to be
aoferrisdd for putting in a new head at
Mayor Eibner has it arranged so that
police have to report in writing the
territory covered in their beats also the
number of times that tliey report at the
police station and how long they remnin
ed there so that it is possible to deter
mine whether they are doing their duty
or loafing.
Only one bid for furnishing coal was
received and that was the S. N. Patton
Coal Co. of Minneapolis which was re
jected. New bids are to be called tor.
Street committee was instructed adver
tise for bids for making sewer con
nections on Broadway.
Judges of election were appointed as
follows: First ward—E. Brandt, Wm
Pfefferle, Joa. Flor. Second ward—A*
Amann, W. Eibner, H. D. Buessmann.
Third ward—L. Schilling, Mander
feld, E. Gies«ke.
Bidsare to be advertised for a depos
it the city funds. Bills allowed to
e/6nvount of 12481.10.
ANTED—Men and women for steady
employment salary $50 per month.
W. E. MABCHANT, Dakota House.
Good, Clean
See here, young man==
,. -, "I bought this can of coffee from you and it is absolutely worthless."
"Can't help that, sir."
"But you guaranteed the can."
\^r "Exactly, but I didn't guarantee the coffee—couldn't, its one of the
cheap brande, but not in price.4
Wife—"I advised you to buy
Rolled up into a cigar tells its own
story. Our BLIZZARD 10c cigar
contains nothing but rich waxy to-
bacco. They are mild and sooth-
ing, giving the smoker at the same
time the spicy aroma of the careful
ly selected Havana.
Try one today and you'll find that
it is a real pleasant smoke.
-«jBILUW "7
Undertaking Parlors
in connection with the New Ulm
Furniture Store. Careful attention
and promptly executed.
Chas* Forster,
Store phone 216. Res. phone 188
Pfefferle's Bulk Coffees,
**$ They are always tresh and right
per cent better."
Cost no moie, but are one hundred
You don't pay for the can, but receive
alue. Our customeis like them, our competitors
ear them. Prices 12£,' 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 4 9
pound. Why pay 30 to 35 cts for coffee when
„. you cancel just as good coffee at our store for 20c
The Pare Food Grocer.
Wheithe doqter prescribes certain
medicines he likes to have it dispensed
a druggist g.
in whom he has the utmost confidence* ft
•^This can be done quickly and conven
iently by the usejbf a telephone and the 3
medicine will be brought to your house tk
without extra charge. 'A
Our prescription department is always ""lj
in charge of a register* pharmacist, f^
day and night.
W. G. yUwin's
City Drug Store.
Wood & Co.,
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Dulutlr.
Lemons, I
per dozen.
Large navel oranges OQfl
per dozen „.
Grain, Stocks,
bought and sold in all markets, for cash
or on reasonable margins.
Members of AH Principle Exchanges.
Write for our daily market letter and
private telegraph cipher—mailed free.
Ship Your Grain to us.
Best Facilities. Liberal Advances
Prompt Returns.
Loca 1 office:
Phone 197
Room 1 and 2.
Little Needs at Little
Cranberries, Tf*
per quart IU,
Honey, ftrp
2 cones for Lvxt
Extra fancy prunes, Q«
per lb OU
These are real things which are
a bargain at tbe price,
Broadway Grocery
Phone 93.
Not the only
who 'ells pure goods at moderate
prices, but we believe we give more
pare goo*s for tbe same mouey than
any of our competitors.
For Example:
Cream Cheese
Brick Cheese ?er0.!r.....l7e
Boiled Ham g£& 25c
Dried Beef ™t......:..25c
Sweet Pickles X. ...20c
Prune $£££?:.T?..M
Try a pound of Red Front Brand
coffee put up in one pound packages,
per pound 25c.
*J received a full line of Decor
ated English Tea Pots. Prices right.
^Geo. Hauenstein,
Telephone 43.
sary. to take orders for a new educational
chart anew combination plan which will net
yon $5 a day commissions are 331-3 per cent
express and freight charges paid active
workers send 73c for a smaple ontfit. which
will he returned ta you upon receipt of youc *.?§.J,
first $10 OT-der. AddrebS Aeent Department/ 'A
208 Pioneer Press building, St.* Pauf, Minn. ,v-
A Certain Cnrejfor Chilblains.
Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot Ease
a po*ler. Itrcures Chilblains,Frostbites.
Utftnp, Sweating, Swollen feet. At all
dra&pists and shoe stores, 26c. 9
WANTED—Lady agent for rapid selling
article sell at sight big profits. For
free samples and particulars write to
Marietta Stanley Co., 41-4th. at. Orand
Rapids, Mich„., „a 10

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