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Wood & Go.Fn^llDwighe
8 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis,
310 Board of Trade, Duluth.
bought and sold in all markets
cash or on reasonable margins.
Members of all Principal Exchanges,
Write for our daily- market letter
and private telegraph cipher mailed
Ship Your Gr*iti t? *Us.
Best facilities, liberal advances, prompt returns,
BOESCH BLOCK, N E W ULM.
Modem improvements in the manufac
ture of shoes have cut the cost in two.
Ten years ago, five times five dollars
would not have bought such shoes as we
are now selling for $3.00,
We have high priced shoes to sell, but
you won't wear so many of them if you
carefully examine our Crossett $3 shoe.
Come and see about it.
C. A. Zelle.
Rips repaired free of charge.
Patriotic Citizens Take Notice.
It is desired that all places of busi
ness and as many private residences
as possible be decorated for the Fourth
of July. All organizations and others
desiring- to participate in the parade
notify Brigadier General Joseph Bob
leter.- THE COMMITTEE.
Following is the result of the votes
cast in the contest for the Dyer Bros,
Catholic church 92409
German M. E. church... 112465
Turn verein 2639
Lutheran church 2063
Congregational church 796
Evangelical church 561
Episcopal church 450
Edmund F. Flick New Ulra
Minnie Kitzrow New Ulm
Fred Fenscke Eden
Ida Ziegenhageu Eden
FranK Kretsch. .New Ulm
Alvatina Meine New Ulm
Edward N. Welchlin Fairmont
Lottie Marti Sleepy Eye
Mark W. Callanan Stately
Catharina Schumacher Springfield
John S. Dub Pernell .Sleepy Eye
Victoria J. Glotzbach....... Sleepy Eye
Edward E. Gieseke .Sleepy Eye
Olive T. Gallagher .Sleepy Eye
a Estat a
Ole A. Moster to Anton A.
Teigen, 40 acres, S 4, 108,
Philip Kae«s, et al, to Anton
J. Zeig, 160 acres S 23 and
79 acres, S 14* 110, 3 1
Jos. S. Miller to Geo. Ileiniger,
80 Peres, S 6, 108, 8 1
Jos. Puchner to Albert Pfaen
der, 12 acres, S 10, 110,
Maria Eder to Ferd. Crone,
5, 210, and 8, 211, N
J. Van Lengen to Emil Get
bardt, 160 acres, S 30, 108,
Peter Manderfeld to Herman
Schapekahm, 5, 70, N
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed Deafness is the
result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever nine cases out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the mucous
We will given One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
tqat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHEJ4EY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, to.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
1 LOCAL NEWS. 1
Whit House 5c Cigar. For sale kj
Mowery has returned from
Carleton college for his vacation.
Mrs.C.W. Cunningham of Sleepy Ey«-,
visited Thursday with Mrs. G. W. Barnes.
The medicine men who held forth here
last week have moved on to Sleepy Eye.
A daughter was born Friday to Mr.
and Mrs. August Strate of West Newton.
George Graff, cashier of the State Bajk
of Ivanhoe, culled upon New Ulm friends
Miss Daly Schneider and Miss Berthe
Grebe paid the St. James carnival a visit
Pay's Chocolates aie delicious.
The Dame "Pay" guarantees quality.
Mrs. E. J. Bobleter leaves next week
for a month's visit with relatives in
Miss Lou Baasen returned Thursday
from her visit with relatives in Mil
Albert Burbank of St. Albans, Ver
mont, was a guest last week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bingham.
Next Wednesday evening in German
paik the Second Regiment band will give
its second open air concert.
Fred Seiter is in the city the guest of
relatives. After a visit of two weeks he
will return to Spokane, Wash!
Mr. and Mrs, John Langmack are re
joicing over a 10-pound son, who arrived
at their home Monday morning.
A. Brooks goes to Sleepy Eye today
to attend the wedding of Miss Oiive
Gallagher and Edward E. Gieseke.
Comfrey will celebrtte the Fourth in
royal style. A feature will be a ball
game between Comfrey and Sanborn,
Owing to the absence from the city of
Rev. C. J. Albrecht, no services were
held Sunday in the Lutheran church.,
Mrs. Geo. W. Nicholson, nee Troupe,
of Minneapolis, was in the city the guest
of friends the latter part of the week
Anton Sperl of Cottonwood, was taken
to St. Alexander hospital last week. He
is suffering with cancer jrf the stomach.'
Miss Lulu Hose has returned from
Pillsbury Academy, Owatonna, and
will spend the summer months at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roos of Kansas
City, arrived Wednesday and will visit
with relatives and friends in the city for
a short time.
Attorney Einar Hoidale made a flying^
trip to St. James Thursday, he having
business before the Watonwan county
Roy Seiter was home last week, the
University of Minnesota having closed.
He will return to Minneapolis to work
during the summer.
Mrs. John Singer of Milford, was
operated upon Saturday at St. Alexander
hospital by Drs. O. C. Stnckler, G. B.
Weiser and J. H. Vogel.
Miss Martha Vedder arrived from
Minneapolis Friday and will spend a
two weeks' vacation with her mother,
Mrs. Sophia Vedder.
W. R. Hodges passed through the city
Saturday on his way to Philadelphia, Pa..
where he will attend the national meet
ing of the Maccabees.
Mrs. Nancy Carson received word last
Friday that her son was seriously ill in
that city. She. left for Minneapolis on
the afternoon train.-
Best Ice Cream Soda and Ice Cream
at the Weneeda Bakery,
F. W. EIBNKR, Prop.
Prof. E. T. Critchett goes to Windom
next Tuesday to take charge of the
Cottonwood county summer school. The
term will last six weeks.
Rev. H. C. Dallmann and August Im
berg went to Fergus Falls yesterday to
attend the Evangelical conference. The
sessions begin tomorrow.
Prof. Ed. Bosky reached New Ulm
Monday from a trip through the south
ern part of the state and Iowa. He will
leave next week for Duluth.
Benjamin Dieke and wife of Mankato,
spent Sunday at the home of Register of
Deeds and Mrs. W. C. Miller, returning
to Mankato Monday morning.
A number of new books, the property
of the Minnesota Traveling library, have
been received at the New Ulm library,
and may be secured by patrons.
Henry Hillesheim of Mankato and
Joseph Hillesheim of Sleepy Eye, were
in the city Monday to attend the funeral
of their brother, Hubert Hillesheim.
Graduating exercises of St. Mary's
Academy, Nctre Dame, lad., will be held
tomorrow. Miss Birdie Mullen of this
I home of Dr. and Mis. G. B. Weiser. and taking part in a duet.
EdmuDd Flick and Miss Minnie
Kitzrow, both of New Ulm, ,wereJn»p
pily married Monday by Judge Ernst
D,. L. Williams of Cambiia. was in the
city Monday communicating with rela
tives of Fred Rotdig, wljo was drowned
near Courtland Sunday. -^-'J'"•
Mrs. J. C. Price and daughter, Bretta,
expect to leave tomoirow for their home
at Republic, Kansas. Enroute they will
visit with Owatouna relates.
Herman Riote of Beilin, gave a num
ber of readings and recitations in Ger
man in Schell's hall last Thursday even
ing. There was not a large attendance.
A bauquet was given in Turner Hall
last Wednesday evening in^honoi of Mr.
and Mrs. Allred M. Roos, who will short
ly leave for Chiekasha, Indian Territory.
Mrs. M. Mullen left yesterday for
Notre Dame, Iud., to attend the gradu
ating exercises of St. Mary's academy.
She made the journey by way of St.
Senator Geo. W. Somerville of Sleepy
Eye, was in the city on business Mon
day. He remained over for the June
term of the district court, which opened
yesterday. _•- •',• -\.--'•-
Best Ice Cream Soda and Ice Cream
at the Weneeda Bakery,
F. W. EIBNEE, Prop.
The change in time on the Minne
apolis & St. Louis went into effect Sun
day. The morning train now leaves at
5:59 and the evening train arrives at
At their ic# cream social last Wednes
day the young people of the Christian
Endeavor society realized $10. Thechilly
weather interfered somewhat with the
Superintendent Adolf Wagner, of the
municipal lighting plant, enjoyed a brief
vacation last week. He spent Wednes
day and Thursday in St. Paul and Minne
Next Sunday the New Ulm ball team
will go to Gibbon for a game with the*,
nine at that place. Gibbon has a strong
.team and an excellent game may be
W. R. Hodges has disposed of a halt
interest in the Sleepy Eye Herald tp
Chas. S. Whitmore, a former employe of
the office. The firm name will be Hodges
The Minnesota Pharmaceutical Manu
facturing company of St. Paul, and sev
eral other druggists' supply bouses, have
displays of their wares in the ante rooms
at Turner Hall.
Dr. F. Munz, who delivered the very
able lecture in the Methodist church
Thursday evening, remained until Fri
day morning as the guest of Rev. and
Mrs. C. Hohn.
John#X. Neumann entertained the
senior class of the New Ulm high school
at his home on Second North street Sat
urday evening. The graduates spent a
Wm. Gieseke is being entertained at
tho home of bis brother, Ernst Gieseke.
Mr. Gieseke was formerly a prominent
resident of Sleepy Eye but now makes
his home in California.
Mrs. L. K. Harvey and children reach
ed New Ulm last week from their for
mer home %t Huron, S. D. They have
taken up their abode in the Mueller resi
dence on North Broadway.
Contractor H. Schapekahm is pushing
the work upon the big smoke stack for
the Eagle mill. The masonry at the base
is all in place and on Thursday his men
commenced upon the biick work. .J
Dr. F. Munz of Cincinnati, Ohio, editor
of Haus und Herd, gave his lecture on
"The Power of Friendship" in the Metho
dist church Thursday evening. It was
well attended and greatly appreciated.
W. A^. Hubbard enjoyed a visit Sun
day from his mother, Mrs. L. N. Rowe of
Redwood Falls, and sister, Mrs. Chas.
Johnson of Maynard, Minn. They re
turned to their homes Monday morning.
Dr. R. O. Beard and Prof. F. J. Wull
ing, who ore to speak during the sessions
of the Minnesota State Pharmaceutical
association, will be entertained while in
the ciiy by Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Strickler.
Show windows filled with fire crackers
and fire works remind one that the
Fourth is not far distant. Bastian &
Bushard are the first of the local mer
chants to display their stock of explos
Mrs. Ben Amann was agreeably sur
prised last Wednesday night by a large
party of ladies from Sr.Ann Court, W. C.
O. F. It was Mrs. Amann's birthday.and
her callers assisted her in celebrating it
royally. _-• ^.
Miss Charlotte M. Silverson is expect
ed home today from jOincinnati, Ohio,
where she has been attending the Doer
ner Piano school. Last Saturday even-
city, is a member ot the senior class.
S. V. Weiser and wife of St. James, I ing the pupils of the conservatory gave
arrived yesterday and will be entertained I a recital in Gleiiwood ball, Cincinnati, I
during the druggists' convention at the) Miss Silverson giving two piano solos O I I
It is understood that Martin Eyricb
has been advanced to the editorship of
one of the local papVrs. •»^4rv*-v
Mrs. Chas. Johnson of Waseca, wife cf
the fireman who was injured iD the
Northwestern yards, spend several days,
here last week with her husband. Mr*
Johnson was taken to his home at Waseca
In this issue the Review publishes the
statements of the Brown County and
New Ulm State banks. Both show in
creases in business and demonstrate that
the local financial institutions are stable
George Hauenstein and the Misses Ida
and Dolly Hauenstein drove out to the
home of D. L. Williams Snnday. Their
visit, however, was sadly marred-by the
unfortunate drowning there Sunday
Attorney J. L. Lobben of St. James»
was in the city on leaal business Friday.
Attorney Lobben was one of the associ
ate counsellors in the Tanke case at the
time the convicted murderer was given
IHS last trial. .-'.
Miss Linda Robbeck of Thief River
Falls, arrived Friday for a visit.with her
friend, Miss Antoinette Crone. During
the Minneapolis June carnival Miss
Robbeck acted as one of the maids of
honor to the carnival queen.
„.. The sum of $286 was realized from
the sale of the Loheyde shoe stock and
fixtures last Wednesday. L. W. French
of St. Paul, bid in the stock at 25 per
ctnt of its value, paying $253, and Crone
Bros, bought the fixtures for $33.
Miss Edna Murphy, who has been
teaching in the public schools of Shako
pee, arrived here Thursday for a visit, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Behnkt.
Monday she left for Bottineau county,
North Dakota, to join her mother.
Eder & Thomas will sell trimmed
hats for the next 30 days at a 20
per cent discount, -v
Miss Pauline Mitzner of this city, and
Robert Goltz of Balaton, Minn., were
united in marriage at 8 o'clock last even
ing. The ceremony took place at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Mitzer, on South Minnesota street.
Thos. Collins departed Sunday even
ing for Waseca, where he will enter the.
employ of the Chicago & Northwestern
railway. He will enter the only college
in the world for locomotive engineers—
go into the freight service as a fireman.
Mrs. S, G. Updyke leaves this morn
ing for San Francisco, Car. She makes
the long journey to see her son, Lieut.
R. P. Updyke, before his regiment sails
for the Philippines, expecting to be able
to visit with him for a week or ten days.
Herbert Seiter, who attended the State
School of Mines at Rapid City, S. D.,
for the past year, reached New Ulm
Thursday night from Rapid City. After
a visit of a week with relatives here he
will leave for Omaha, Neb., to join his
New Ulm sent duite a delegation to
the Knights of Pythias carnival in St.
James last Thursday. The local party
consisted of Ferdinand Crone, Otto
Schell, F. H. Behnke, H. C. Kaschau, L.
J. Buenger, Chas. Aibes, W- A. Hubbard
and Julius Berndt, Jr.
Postmaster L. B. Krook desires to an
nounce that beginning next Sunday and
every Sunday thereafter the general de
livery and carriers' window at the post
office will be open fiom 9 to 10 o'clock
in the morning, instead of from 12 to 1
o'clock as heretofore.
W. G. Alwin wishes to impress upon
the public the coolness of the drinks
which eminate from his fountain. He
has had painted on bis window a scene
from the regions of snow and ice, with
a life-sized polar bear in the foreground.
Anton Gag is the artist.
Miss Marie Burmeister of Mankato,
visited from Wednesday until Monday
with her friend, Mrs. Herman Held.
Miss Burmeister formerly taught in the
New Ulm public schools but last year
was engaged at Bramerd. She has been
elected at Mankato for 1903-4,
THE EARLY BIRD.
''The thing worth doing is worth do
ing early and well" says Dr. Lorenz.
Dr. Lorenz, the great German phy
sician, in his adviqe to the sick says*
"You make a mistake in waiting until
you are very sick before you try to get
cured. The way to stay well is to stop
getting sick. For this reason I have put
into convenient form four Great reme
dies, one intended to cure dyspepsia, an
other to cure catarrh, a third for the
kidneys and still another for colds.
With these four there is hardly a disease
that cannot be warded off. If people
would keep these four great remedies at
home, they would have much less need
for doctors. They are called Dr. Lorenz's
Big Four Tablets. Hundreds of drug
gists sell them. I will tell you all about
them, if you call. W. G. Alwin.
& COOK WAOTKD^VIf T¥ sr
Good cook wanted at once. Address
Grand Hotel, New Ulm, Minnesota.
1 For Coughs, CoMs and Croup.
Inspect our goods and let us quote you price?.
and Soda WaterI
always on dr&u£h-tT
Cigars and Confectionery,
F. W. ElBNER, PROP.
The Hom Bakery.
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F. H. BEHNKE.
Wal paper 3
John H. Forster. 3
We have a fine line of canned meats and fish which
we always keep on ice.
Fresh fruits and vegetables always to be had.
r- We have the exclusive agency for Chase & Sanborn's W
coffees find teas. I ',
Our line of Crockery and
Glassware is better than ever.
«We just received a nice assortment of Souvenir
Goods, which we will be pleased to show you. *.,%t '.
PHONE T* 18 North Mina. St*