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SiS s"* J? SB-' ii FEMALE WEAKNESS Ma 1-2 Congress St. POBTLAOT^MAINH, Oct. 17,MM. I consider Wine of Cardui superior to any doctor's medicine I ever used and I know whereof I speak. I suf fered for nine months with suppressed menstruation which completely pros trated me. Pains wouldshoot through my back and sides and would have blinding headaohea. Hv limbs would swell up and I would feel so weak I eould not stand np. I naturally felt discouraged for I seemed to be beyond the help of physicians, but Wine of Oardui came as a God-send to me. I felt a change for the better within a week. After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suffering the agonies usually did and soon became regular and without pain. Wine of Cardui is simply wonderful and I wish that all suffering women knew of its good qualities. Treasurer, Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness. Wine of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty^ cases of irregular menses, bearing down pains or any female weakness. If you are discouraged and doctors have failed, that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine cf Cardui now. Remember that headaches mean female weakness. Secure a $1.00 bottle of Win* of Cardui today. WINE" CARDU I H. FRENZEL, MANUFACTURER OF Soda Wafei, Sizvaei* «$le, bicier, and all kinds of carbonated drinks. De livered to all parts of the city on short notice. DO YOU WANT New Ulm, Minn. PROMPT, UP-TO DATE, RELIABLE LIVERY SERVICE? If so, patronize the.... Beet of service night or day. Telephone No. 183. Hack to all parts of the city. NEUMANN & MUELLER, Props Win. Pfaender Real Estate AND.. Insurance Agent, Insures against fire, hail, tornadoes, accident and death in the best of com panies. KMAL. mar Arm BOUGHT AHD MOLD. Legal documents executed, loans ne gotiated, steamship tickets sold. DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Make Yo Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful i. cures made by Dr. tf 11 Ik Kilmer's Swamp-Root, II the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It is the great medi caltriumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the emi nent kidney and blad der specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou bles and Bright's Disease, which isthe worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec ommendedforeverythingbutifyou havekid ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedyyou need. Ithas beentested In so manyways, in hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of thispaper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to findout ifyouhavekidney orbladdertrouble. When writingmention reading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr. Kilmer&Co.,Bing hamton, N. Y. The regular fifty cent and HODM of Swamp-Root. dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. Don't make any mistake, tut remember the name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Soot, and the addafess, Blnarham on, N Y., on eveay bottle. 5 OneMinuteCoughGup€ For Cough* CoMs mid Groups JURORS GOULD NOT AGREE »#**. No Verdict Rendered in the Bjurk Railway Case. ~X Second Disagreement in Personal „, Injury Suit. Other Notes of December Term of District Court. After being out five hours, the jury in the case of Joseph Burk, plaintiff, vs. the Chicago & Northwestern Bail way compapy, defendant, reported Saturday night that they were unable to reach an agreement. They were discharged by the court and, in spite of the brave fight put up by the plain tiff's attorneys, Messrs^Jgomerville & Olsen, the celebrated personal injury suit is now where it was at the outset. Burk's case hae been on the docket for several years. Started originally in the district court, it was transferred to tne United States circuit court and then brought back to Brown county. The first trial resulted in a disagree ment by the jury and now the com plication has been repeated. The plaintiff asked damages in the amount of $1,945 for injuries which he received in an accident in the New Ulm yards. On the night of Jan. 21, 1899, a freight train broke in two and when the wild section struck the lead ing cars they were forced against an engine in which Burk was firing. His knee was wrenched and he was laid up for several months but subsequently signed a release to the company in consideration, they say, of $300 and full pay for all the time he lost. When Burk attempted to return to work his eyesight was found to be defective and he was discharged. Later he instituted a suit for damages, claiming that the release mentioned was obtained through the fraudulent representations of a claim agent. The case went to trial Wednesday and was concluded late Saturday afternoon. At 10 o'clock that night the jurymen returned into court and reported a vote of to 1, it being understood that the majority favored a verdict in favor of the defendant. On Monday the case of Jacob Schmidt, plaintiff, vs. John Schmidt, defendant, went to trial the plaintiff being represented by Lind & Stein hauser and the defendant by Somer ville & Olsen. The action is brought to determine the title to 80 acres of land and to oust the defendant from possession of the property. It will be concluded this morning. Since court convened Clerk John Larson has issued naturalization papers to eighteen persons. Two petit jurors were excused by Judge Webber. Andrew Clausen of Sleepy Eye, could not serve on account of sickness and Wm. Grimes of Home, was unable to leave the school he is teaching. Officers of the court say that the experiment ofthecounty commissioners in drawing a long petit jury list is proving very satisfactory. It is possible to get a jury from the regular panel and the professional talisman is no longer in demand. Sold Farm For Song. George W. Peck, the Home man who was terrorized by white caps a few weeks ago, was in New Ulm Friday and disposed of his real property in that township to Fred Wooldrik. It is understood that he sold ninety-two acres of land for $1,800, of which $800 was in cash and the balance the $1000 mortgage which Peck placed on the farm this month and which Wooldrik has assumed. However, in the trans fer filed in the office of Register of Deeds W. C. Miller, only 80.82 acres are mentioned and for this tract Peck received $1,625. In either case Wool rik secured a wonderful bargain, for the land is worth nearly twice the sum it brought. Since the sale one New Ulm man has stated that the property Is worth between $35 and $40 per acre and that he would willingly have giv en Peck $3,250 for it. The transfer filed in the register's office was signed only by Peck and the abstract has been sent to Greenville, Mich., to get the signature of his wife. In view of the low figures it would not be sur prising were she to refuse to attach her name. freeHolidgy -r 6b different games—all new —one in each package of Lion Coffee at your Orocer'a. LODGE ELECTIONS HELD &&?. *&.*-*>% *3FW & ^4 Secret Societies Choose Officers For Cominc Year.iP§|? At their last meeting Rural Camp, M. W. A., of Milford, elected the fol lowing officers: Fred Rollof, consul Fred Sear, advisor Andrew Backer, banker H. J. Meyer, clerk Robt. Albrecht, watchman F. Wandersee, sentry Fred Meyer, escort Dr. G. B. Weiser, physician Ed. Hengel, man ager. St. John Court, No. 698, C. O. F., held its election Thursday evening. The officers: Andrew J. Eckstein, chief ranger ChristFilzen, vicechief ranger Wm. C. Haubrich, financial secretary Thos. Kretsch, recording secretary Dr. J. P. Graff, treasurer Wm, J. Julius, Hubert Berg, John Schneider, trustees Wm. Huelskahm, flag bearer: Dr. E. W. Bayley, medical examiner. St. Anne Court: No. 389, W. C. O. F., chose the following officers Thurs day afternoon: Mrs. Christine M. Eck stein, chief ranger Mrs. J. P. Graff, vice chief ranger Mrs. Amalia Clas sen, recording secretary Miss Mary Filzen, financial secretary Miss Ida Ochs, treasurer Mrs. Nic Berg, Mrs. AnneAndring, Mrs. F. Keute, trustees Dr. E. W. Bayley, medical examiner Mrs. Christine M. Eckstein, delegate to national convention Mrs. A. Ochs, alternate. New Ulm Lodge, No. 53, I. O. O. F. John G. Gronau, N. G. John Muhs, V. G. Geo. Jacobs, secretary Frank Friedmann, treasurer G. Arndt, trustee. Flandrau Camp, No. 1,542, M. W. A.: Al. Olson, consul A. F. Otto meyer, advisor Herman Held, clerk H. D. Beussmann, banker Nic Heinen, escort August Teidemann, watchman John Schriefer, sentry G. B. Weiser, physician L. B. Krook, manager. Orient Chapter, No. 60, O. E. S. Mrs. Maggie A. Henningsen, W. M. Adolph Meile, W. P. Mrs. Sarah Weiser, A. M. Ida Hauenstein, Sec. Mrs. Ida Schoergge, Treas. Mrs. Luella Mueller, Conductress Mathilda Meile, Associate Conductress. Reuter Lodge, No. 38, Sons of Her man: Dietrich Koester president Geo. Altmann, vice president Jos. Flor, secretary Fred Pfaender, treas urer Albert Ring, trustee Dietrich Koester, delegate to state convention Fred Pfaender, alternate. Harmony Camp, No. 2,097, M. W. A.: Edgar Small, V, Louis Spreng, W. A. Otto R. Kohn, E. B. Hubert Berg, Clerk Chas. Linde mann, Escort H. P. Hansen, Watch man Fred Loesch, Sentry Geo. B. Weiser, Physician Geo. Hauenstein, Manager. Abstract of Tax List. Acres of land Value Albin 21,920 Bashaw 22,521 Burnstown 22,077 Cottonwood 22,744 Eden 26,125 Home 32,612 LakeHanska 25,053 Leavenworth 22.851 Linden Milford Mulligan North Star Prairievilla Sigel Stark Stately $328,033 325,738 345,144 337,478 402,310 538,882 346,111 334,162 333,108 384,542 330,144 331,638 360.13& 364,067 341,987 242,239 AT. per acre $14.78 14.50 15.66 14.84 15.40 16.50 iaS3 14.66 15.10 16.48 14.31 14.15 15.96 15.10 15 00 15.00 22,051 25,539 23.016 22,733 22,566 24.760 22,565 23,056 Value of Town and City Lots New Ulm Sleepy Eye 270,268 Springfield 166,177 Comfrey 36,087 Hanska 29,767 Val. Per. Prop. Sate Tax. New Ulm $322,144 34.8 Sleepy Eye 129.246 40.8 Springfield 86,478 49.4 Comfrey 95,070 34.4 Hanska 38.879 18.5 Albin 20,219 12.7 Bashaw 25,440 14. Burnstown 26.193 17. Cottonwood 33,391 14.5 Eden 33,075 16. Home ...... ,.. .. 37,263 15.6 LakeHanska 45,691 13.7 Leavenworth 21,830 -, 133 Linden. 32,735 12.8 MiWord 38,476 13.9 Mulligan 23^27 I&5 North Star 21,446 12.8 PrairienUe 42.591 13.1 Sigel 27,999 12.6 Stark 22,748 15.6 Stately 23,024 134 Purpose for which taxes are levied. For State revenue, etc. $12,276.92 For State school, etc. 10.067.09 For interest and prin. on State loans. 2,361.06 For county purposes 40,677.81 For city and village purposes 22£&L55 For townshippurposes 12,936.14 For school district purposes ._ 58315.03 Aggregating $159,668.60 SXATBMKNT Or THK CONDITION Or State Bank of New Ulm, At New Ulm, Minn., at close of business Dee. 8,1903. Date of call by Sup't Dec. 9th, 1903. Date of report by bank Dec 10th, 1903. *. KRSOUBGES. Loans and discounts, $241,448.12 Overdrafts, 191.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures, 5,117.45 Due from banks, $17,282^3 Checks and cash items, 2,559.57 Currency, .$8,838.00 Gold 7,065,00 Silver 1,800.00 Fractional 400.99 18,103^9 Total available assets $37,945.89 $37,9*539 Total, $284,702.46 T.TAHTT.TTTgW. Capital-stock $40,000.00 Surplus Fund 2,000.00 Undivided profits, net 2,163.57 Deposits subject to check,....$59,028.33 *, Cashier's checks, 1,03050 Total immediate liabilities,. $60,05833 Time certificates ...180,480.06 Total deposits $240,588l»$240,: Total, $284,702.46 STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown, ss. I, Fred. Pfaender, cashierof the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the bast of my knowledge and belief. FBED. PFAENDER,Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of December, 1903. [SealJ WM. Pramraat, Jr., Lona Hi ong air "About a year ago my hair was coming out very fast, so I bought a bottle of Averts Hair Vigor. It stopped the falling and made my hair grow very rapidly, until now it is 45 inches in length."—Mrs. A. Boydston, Atchison, Kans. There's another hunger than that of the stomach. Hair hunger, for instance. Hungry hairneeds food, needs hair vigor—Ayers. This is why we say that Ayer's Hair Vigor always restores color, and makes the hair grow long and heavy. $1. a fettle. Allinoht*. If your druggist cannot supply yon, send us one dollar and we win express youabottle. Be sureand givethe name of yournearest express office. Address, J. C. AVER CO., Lowell,Mass. REAL ESTATE In Brown and Nicol let Counties. RESlOEHCEand FARM PROPERTY List Your Real Estate With Me. Wh&ir $hall HTb? LIFE. ACCIDENT. FIRE. HAIL. TORNADO OR CYCLONE INSURANCE? If you are in need of any of the above insurance, write or call on ED. J. BOBLETER, Post Office Block, New Ulm, Minn. Collections given strict attention. JOS. BOBLETER, P, E G. KOCH, V. WM. Btrae, Cash. Brow Count Ban NEW ULM, MINN.O fiaiAupGapifal$§S,ee6. Docs a Qe^era! Baijkirjg Bu$ij?ess. Stea»?sJ?ip Tickets aijd Far** hoat)s. Accounts of Corporations, Firms and individuals solicited upon the most lib eral terms consistent with good banking M. A. BINGHAM. A. W. BINGHAM. Bingham Bros.,TUklbtototiklktolkttk DBAUBSIH Coal Grain. NEW ULM, MINN. F. ffog?l & CO CONTRACTORS BUILDERS. NxvfUuc, MlKK. We are again ready to take contracts in our line and guarantee prompt and good work. We feel that we need say no more where we are so well known. PLUMBING AND PIPE FITTING. STtftM AHbHOIWATERHEATIN& Employs none but the best of workmen and guarantees satis --. faction...... @f~Estimates furnished on all contracts at short notice, Shop under Brown Co. Bank. N. HENNINGSEN, THE LEADING INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE MAN I represent 25 of the lamest and strongest Fire and Tornado in surance companies ,n the id —I also represent the largest and strongest SflNliig fidelity, Employer^ liability accident, fail awl 1 Insurance Companies* it id Improved and unimproved lands I^ClllUo bought and sold. I have some bargains in Red River valley lands iu Minnesota. The time to buy land is now. If you buy land you are sure to save money. I have^madg. thousands of dollars for my clients I can make money ior you. «••. N. Henningsen, Insurance & Real Estate, New Ulm. My agency is one of the largest in the state. $ When Uncle Sam makes better money than GOLD COIN then somebody may make better flour than HGOt,D Try a case of parts of the city. Call or write us for new map, plat and descriptive matter. ^J- I SELOVER BATES & CO., 1 fc 6 West Hotel Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. iUiUiUiUiUiU iMiUiUiUlUlUiUllli^ HARD MAPLE SOAP is not only one of the ^ood «oapsf it is the best soap made. TU» Tca4e SUA on Bmy Suk. lllll but not before! S4-^ EagleEollerMillCo4 Why is August Schell Brewing Co.'s always pure? -V-Because~2L THE BARLEY IS RIGHT THE WATER IS RIGHT THE HOPS ARE RIGHT THE PLANT IS RIGHT our Pilsener beer and he convinced. We deliver to all Aug. Schell BrewingCo. Phone 8—2. New Ulm, 1S2 an Acre 10Year Time!! fe CAREFULLY SELECTED, RICH, LEVEL PRAIRIE LAND in East. ern Colorado with rich deep clay loam soil, good growth of buffalo grass, ^X plenty of good water and no alkali rainfall 18 inohes annually, and a warm climate grows wheat, corn, macaroni wheat, rye, oats, fruit, alfalfa ^St and all forage crops without irrigation. Located on main line of Urion ^S fe: Pacific Railroad in Cheyenne County. fc: THIS LAND IS SELLING RAPIDLY to settlers and investors. Whole- 3 fr- sale price in lots of one section or more, $2.00 per acre terms $200. cash 1 per section of 640 acres, balance in TEN ANNTJAI, PAYMENTS. 1 2 E -OUR SPECIAL THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPING CAR leaves Minne- ZS apolis on the Omaha Railroad, tram No. 1 at 7:30 P. M., Dec. 1st and 15th, 1908 for Kit Carson with party to inspect lands. Fare, $27 90 for round ^T trip land shown at oui expense. E WE INVITE COMPARISON WITH ANY $8.00 land in North Dakota. 3 FOR- Sponge C^b? in? B&kimg. 8old in Wb. packages ataU TRY A SACK?" ^on IP -J xi ?.-* MinnJ 1 wil* 8UrP"»ed NE W UL ROLLE KILL 6 to find how tnueh betteryonr cakes taste and look.