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JieW Uitn Review
Wedneednj, December 30,1903.
C. &N.W R. R.
DEPARTUKS OF TRAINS EAST.
Pass. No. 504 (6*.Sun.) new line, 4:00 a
No. 18 (EK.Sim.) old line. 5:45 a
No. 502 tDAity) new line, 3:55
No. 28 (Daily) old line 3:56
No. 9 BxJ'Sun.)^newline 8:55
DEPASTURE OP TRAINS EST,
No. 5 (Bx. Sun.) new line, 7:82
No. 17 Daily) *ld*tifce. lKWpm
No. BOS(Daily) new line, l:og a
No. 21 (Ex. Sun.) old Une, 8:40
No. 15Ex. San.) new line, 11:15
No. 501 (Daily) new line. 155-88 a
between Mankato and Chicago and chair
oars between Mankato and Minneapolis.
Dining cars between Wiuona and Tracy
«nd Mankato and Minneapolis.
Trains Nos.604 and 501 have sleeping cars
between Minneapolis .and Redfleld, S.
Further information inquire of H. A..
A C. Johnson. W. B. Kniskern,
Gen. Ag't. Winona. G.P A Chicago.
59 am 1 Mlnneapatts & St. Paul I12-28 pm
t-SOptn) Passenger. 1 8.5a pm
90 To and from Winthrop
8 SO am
No change of cars between Ne Ulm and
St Paul and Minneapolis.
Close connections for Chicago, Milwau
kee and all points East.
R. I,. "English, Agent.
J. H. VOGEL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over A.lwin'8 Drug Store.
Resilience on Broadway.
Residence Phone 179. Office Phone 188
N E W ULW, MINN
O. C. 8TRICKLER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offie over Mwin's City Drug Store.
Residence cor Broadway & 2d N. St.
N E W ULM, MINN
EDMUND W. A E
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office Hours 12 to 4 P. M. and 7 to
9 P. M.
Office over Olsen's Drue Store.
Tel. 184. New Ulm, Minn
ITOIDALE & SOMSEN,
ATTORNEYS & COUN
Practices in all State and U. S. courts
Particular attention given to collec
tions. Office over post-office.
N E W L\i, I N N
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
N E W ULM, MINN
A LBERT PPAENDER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
N E W ULM, MINN
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR.
Office in Masonic Block—2d Floor.
Legal ad vice given and suits tried in all
courts. Collections attended to
NKW ULM, MINN
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
yi.ANS AND SPECLFSCATIQNh blJKKlSHRI
Contracts taken on all kinds ot Build
tings. Office on State Street
N E W ULM,
It. A. GEBHARDT,
Office in the Ottomeyer Block.
N E W ULM MINN
FRED W. FRITSOHE,
Odnntunder for Bictraotiag.
©flee over Brown Co. Bank
NBI? ULM MINN.
DR. CEO. R. KOCH,
OFFICE I N THE POSTOPFICE BLOCK.
NEW ULM, MINN
At Hanska the 2d and 4th Thursdays
of each month.
Appetite poor?*/ Bowels
constipated? Tongue coated?
Head ache? It's VOUr liver!
Ayers Puis are liver pills, all
Want yourmoustache orbeard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use
CRONE BROS.3 SPECIALS.
There's a fine line of stock collars
at our store. Most colors are repre
sented and prices range from 15c to
75c. Come see them.
Lace collars and capes in all shapes
and sizes from 50c to 93 each. Every
one is a bargain.
Fancy mufflers in all the latest styles
at prices to suit any purse. Get one
and protect your neck.
W have an enormous assortment
of warm foot-wear such as felt shoes,
rubbers, overshoes, slippers, hosiery,
etc. You can't go amiss if you come
here to buy any of the above articles^ JF
Prices always the lowest.
In crockery and lamps
line that just simply beats anything
else ever brought to this city. This
line comprises everything in the latest
styles and decorations and you pay
no more here than you do where infer
ior goods are sold.
Have you seen the new belts we are
showing? Right up-to-the-minute, and
jprices very reasonable, too.
^\Mis Bretta Price is visiting at the
with St. Paul relatives
Jacob Larson of Hanska, greeted
friends in the city Saturday
John Hauenstein, Sr., and wife have
gone to Florida to remain for the rest
of the winter.
H. N. Somsen and wife entertained
the members of the Bachelor's club
The Turner Hall orchestra gave
another of its enjoyable club dances
Harry Palmer and wife of Mankato,
were guests at the home of John A a
Max Pfaender is at home from the
state agricultural college to spend the
A Dr John Baasen of Eau Claire,
Wis., was a Christmas guest at the
home of his mother.
Miss Carrie Eibner, who has been
studying music in Chicago, is back to
spend her vacation.
Bernard Hartmann and wife arrived
last week from St. Pau and have been
the guests of relatives.
A. J. Olin and wife of Franklin,
were holiday guests of Representative
and Mrs. S, D. Peterson.
Miss Hilda Koch, who is teaching
in the public schools at Redwood Falls,
arrived yesterday for a visit.
M. A. and A. W Bingham and their
families were entertained by Sleepy
Eye relatives on Christmas.
Harmony Camp, Modern Woodmen,
will have its public installalion of
officers next Tuesday evening.
a Jefferson of Sparta, Wis.,
visited here several days last week
with Miss Martha Eichmann.
Mrs. Fred Durand returned Sunday
to her home in St. Paul, after a visit
with Wm. Tiedemann and,wife.
Lieut. Albert Koch returned to his
home in Echo Sunday after a visit at
the home of his father, E. G. Koch.
Otto Baarsch, cashier of the First
National Bank of Clark, S. D., spend
Christmas with relatives in the city, Behnke of this city, will attend
spend the holidays with his mother
Mrs. Nellie French, who is at pre
sent in Minneapolis, is reported as
MINN.J dangerously ill with typhoid fever.
•f Miss Emma Green is home from St.
Paul, spending the holidays with her
parents, Editor and Mrs. J. J. Green.
A very enjoyable affair was the card
social given last night in Turner Hall
by the members of the Happy Circle.
"v/Dwight Mowery and sister, Miss
TMay, arrived home from Carleton' col
lege last week to spend the holidays.
The Misses Lulu Doehne and Minnie
Ketzlaff, students at the state agricul
tural college, are visiting at their
Attorney Albert Mueller of W a a Christmas day the members of
came over from that place last week td Evangelical church choir accom
panied Rev. C. H. Dallmann to Nicol
let, to participate in the Yuletide ser
vices and exercises at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Mo and children
of Springfield, put in their Christmas
at the home of Judge and Mrs. S. A.
Prof. E. T. Crichett went to St. Paul
Monday morning to attend the annual
meeting of the Minnesota Educational
go Schleuder, wife and children,
returned to their home in Springfield
Monday morning after a visit with
Editor and Mrs. Ernst Brandt.
Dr. Otto Wicherski, who
is com- E
Jensep of Sleepy Eye, sf
of 20 years as a as to
his sanity by Judge S. A. George last
hold an old-time watch meeting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Held
on New Year's eve (Thursday evening).
Gus Melges is here from Chicago for
Miss Lizzie Miller of St Peter, visit
ed with friends here last week.'
Geo. Eckert of Gibbon, called upon
acquaintances in the city Monday.
Henry Koch was* down from Minne
apolis last week visiting relatives.
Mrs. Lena Neumann of Sleepy Eye,
was a holiday visitor at the home of
Henry Frenzel and wife.
Emil Schmidt and two sons, of St.
Paul, have visited here since Christ
mas with Dr. G. Schmidt.
Dr. J. C. Rothenburg and family
were down from Springfield and spent
tma with relatives' here,
I^Miss Minnie Schoeh returned from
we have* a the east last week, arriving Christmas
day. She will remain in New Ulm in
Beginning January 4th Jones' read
ers will he used in the public schools.
These readers can be had at Held
Bros, book store.
Many a little babe's life is saved by
having a bottle of Frisco Cough Syrup
in the house. or sale at W G.
in drug store.
Geo. Hauenstein spent Christmas/ %Miss Clara Jorgensen was here
Wm Cavanaugh went to
Cities Thursday evening, returning
Mr. and Mrs. N. Henningsen enter
tained a party of friends at dinner
from Owatonna last week visiting with
her friend, Miss Lulu Hose. She left
Sunday for Springfield.
Col. Wm. Pfaender and son, Attorney
lbert Pfaender, were passengers for
St. Pau Thursday. They went up to
spend Christmas with relatives.
The basket social which was to hav'
been given in the Grand Hotel Monday
evening by the Episcopal guild has
been postponed until this evening.
Wm. Gray, a senior in the dental
school at the University of Minnesota,
is spending his vacation here as the
guest of his friend, Dr. G. Schmidt.
Physicians of Brown and Redwoo
counties will meet in the city next
Tuesday. It is the semi-annual session
of the Brown County Medical society.
but now teaching in St. Paul, is visit
ing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. O. C.
Transcripts of the evidence in the
Sperl will and slander cases have been
ordered by Attorney Jos. A. Eckstein
preparatory to making motions for
X^Wd Eibner is offering a special
make of Brick Ice Cream for New
Years. Patrons of this popular res
taurant will find it just what they are
Mrs. Joseph Bobleter celebrated the
anniversary of her birth last Sunday
by inviting in a large party of frfettd$
and relatives to partake of her bounti
A. H. Lienhard returned Thursday
from Nauvoo, 111., having attended
the funeral of his father, J. H. Lien
hard, whose death was mentioned in
the Review last week.
Gustav Plath of Dodge Center, spent
several days in New Ulm last week
as the guest of Mrs. Wilhemlna Boock.
He departed Saturday to visit rela
iv in Sleepy Eye and Evan.
JSyThos. B. Brick opened his new bowl
ing alley in the Hornburg building
Saturday. New Ulm bowlers will now
be given the opportunity to accustom
themselves to regulation alleys.
The Retail Grocers and General
Merchants association will hold its
annual convention in Crookstonduring
the latter part of February. H.
Sheriff Wm. J. Julius left yesterday
with Charles Kimball and John Sulli
van, who will begin serving their sen
tences. He took the former to Still
water and Sullivan to St. Cloud.
All of the churches and societies
carried out their Christmas programs
as announced by the Review last week.
At all the exercises the attendance was
large and the programs were interest
Ex-president Strong of Carleton
college, delivered two very able services
at the Congregational church Sunday
morning and evening. Next Sunday
the Rev. D. O. Bean will conduct the
VyC. H. Hornburg and wife visited
AVer Christmas with their daughter,
Mrs. W Mahler, at Redwood Falls.
On her return Nrs. Hornburg spent
several days at Sleepy Eye a& the
guest of friends.
Thursday morning the Knights
Templar of De Molay Commandery,
No. 26, K. T., held their usual Christ-
mas services in he Masonic hall.
pleting his course in medicine at Rush delivered the address. ,.
Medical college, Chicago, a iv
home last week for the holidays. 4
Wednesday. He was discharged. |ha at this time a year ago.
The Christmas Endeavor Society ii
Hoidale acted as prelate and
a a 0
a a is
of the early part of last week
matters greatly and
the merchants sold
badly scalded in the
some weeks ago, is again
a a ffis
Dr. Weaver's Syrap saved the sight of both his eyes and he
Pariflw the blood Cerate (ointment) for the sldn. will soon be able to return to duty.
*ft *-r |r^ 0,%^
request of its captain and recom
mendation of Col. Wright, Company E,
Second Regiment, will be mustered out
of the state service this week. The city
of Fairmont has a militia company
organized to take its place in the
Cassidy & Howe, who conducted a
concern at Mankato known as the
MinnesptaCold Storage company, have
been adjudged bankrupts. Farmers
and grocers all over Southern Minne
sota hold claims for produce shipped
to the firm.'
On January 4th County Treasurer
John Schneider will receive the tax
books for 1903 and will be ready to
receive personal property taxes. That
day an additional 5 per cent penalty
will be added to all delinquent taxes
for the year 1902.
C. H. Dirks is taking inventories of
the stocks of the Lamberton Lumber
company's yards in this vicinity.
Saturday he was at Klossner, Monday
at Searles, and the balance of the
week will be spent checking up the
yard in this city.
County Auditor Vogel, of Brown
county, won the distinction of sending
in the first tax abstract for 1903 to the
state auditor. It was received Dec. 4,
and showed a taxable valuation of
$8,184,546 in the county. The tax levied
was $159,668.60, of which the state tax
amounts to $22,344.01.—Office Blotter.
Merchants report a very gratifying
usmess for the Christmas season,
is is all the more pleasing because
it was anticipated that goods would
move slower than usual. St. Paul
houses report a very large sale of an
unusually costly line of presents and
a general business much better than
Miss Charlotte Silverson, who is
attending the Doerner Piano school at
Cincinnati, Ohio, returned home last
week for the holidays. She was ac
companied by her sister and brother
in-law, Dr. and Mrs. R. J. O'Donnell.
They will continue to reside in New
Ulm, as Dr. O'Donnell has accepted a
position with the Eagle Roller Mill
Wednesday evening the Degree of
Honor elected officers as follows. Mrs.
C. Stoll, Chief of Honor Mrs. James
Sapey, Lady of Honor Mrs. Ida
Schoregge, Recorder Fred Pfaender,
Receiver Lucy Flick, Secretary Gus
tie Kuehnel, Guide Mrs. Brey, I. W.
Katie Krueger, O. W. Mrs. Stoll,
delegate to state convention Mrs. S.
D. Peterson, alternate.
Three couples were made happy by
Probate Judge George last week. On
Tuesday he married Geo. Frederikson
of W a county North Dakota, and
Miss Christine D. Sorenson of Eden
on Wednesday he united Ole M.
Tenvasaas and Miss Gina P. Paulson
of Lake Hanska and on Thursday
Adolph Schraeder and Miss Lizzie
Nelson of Springfield, took the
Officers have been elected by the
Germania Sisters as follows: Miss
Gebser, P. Mrs. Ernst Wicherski,
President Mrs. Carl Schroeck, Vice
President Mrs. John Belm, Corre
sponding Secrtary Miss Gustie Kueh
nel, Recording Secretary Mrs John
Huettlinger, Treasurer Mrs. Frank
Eisner, Guide Mrs. Jos. Schmucker,
I. W. Mrs. Julia Krause, O W
Jos. Vogel, trustee.
Lined horse blankets at $1.20 and
up. All woolen horse blankets at 75c
and up. Fu robes $5.00 and up.
52 A A N N & S A S A
Your friend is well remembered
when remembered with a box of Pay'
Bitter Sweets. Ask for them. 52
Now is the time to buy your horse
blankets and fur robes at bottom prices.
52 A A N N & S A S A
FOR RENT.—Two furnished rooms
for rent. Apply at this office. 43tf
OR E N wo excellent office rooms
for rent in the Ottomeyer block. In
quire of A. F. Ottomeyer. 51-tf
W A N E A TRUSTWORTHY GEN
TLEMAN OR lady in each county to man
age business for an old established house
of solid financial standing. A straight,
bona fide weekly salary of $18 00 paid by
check each Monday with all expenses di
rect from headquarters. Money advanced
for expenses. Enclose addressed envelope.
Manager. 360 Caxton Bldg Chicago. 2
or gentleman to manage business in
this County and adjoining territory
for house of solid financial standing.
$20.00 straight cash saJary and ex
penses paid each Monday direct from
headquarters. Expense money ad
vanced position permanent. Address,
Manager, 605 Monon Bldg., Chicago,
Hotel For Rent.
A new modern hotel in Hanska,
Minn., witb eighteen bed rooms, kit
chen, dining room and office, is for
rent. For particulars inquire at A.
Carlson or Ed. Carlson, Hanska,
Baughman's Adjustable System
and The Morgan System. Miss Emma
Melges, 202 S. Minn. St. 51-2
WANTED—to represent us in New
Ulm and vicinity, man to handle and
sell our teas, coffees, etc., to con
sumers. Steady employment, good
commission. Write The Great Atlantic
& Pacific Tea Co., St. Paul, Minn,
Mi vte* J?
Try a case of
parts of the city.
I HAPPY NEW E A R^
to all our friends and customers
This Trade Mark is on Ever} Sack.
L. J. BUENGER,
THE NEW FURNITURE STORE.
THE LEADING INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE MAN.
I represent 25 of the largest aud strongest Fire and Tornado in
surance companies in the world.
—I also represent the largest and strongest
$09dittg fidelity, Employers' liability, accident, tail and fife
I Improved and unimproved lands
bought and sold.
I have some bargains in Red Iliver valley lands in Minnesota. The time to
luy land 18 now If you buy land you are sure to save money. I have made
thousands of dollars for my clients I can mnke money (or you.
N. Henningsen, Insurance & Real Estate, New Ulm.
9 My agency is one of the largesi in the state.
The high quality of
O I N
surprises everyone. Try a sack and you will
2 find a big improvement in your bread. Man
Eagle Roller Mill Co.
Dmlj capacity 3560 bbls New Ulm, Minn. .$
Why is August Schell Brewing Co/s beer always pure?
THE BARLEY IS RIGHT
THE WATER IS RIGHT
THE HOPS ARE RIGHT
THE PLANT IS RIGHT
our Pilsener beer and be convinced. We deliver to all
Aug. Schell Brewing Go.
HARD MAPLE SOAP is always reliable, and should noil
be compared with other laundry soaps. &
New Ulm, Minn.
Sold iu 51b. packages at all groceries.
W UL ROLLE MILL (a
TRY A SACK. Jl
You will be surprised to find how
mueh betteryour cakes taste and look.