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Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
4- Kidney Trouble.
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin-
tes too often, if the
unne scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
faese important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
S a is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty- ft-^w
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell- Home of svamp-icoot.
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure anc?
mention this paper.
Jr a any mistake but re
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S a and the ad
in a to N on every
Three ^rreat pursuits
have again shown won
derful results on the
HognMeent Climate—Farmer* plow
ing in their ehirt sleeves in tbcr
middle of Korember.
"All are bound to be more than
pleaded with the final result* of
the past season's harvest*."
Coal, wood, water, hay in ahnnd
ance—schools, churohen, markets con
Tenient. This is the era of $1 wheat.
Apply for information to Superin
tendent of Immigration, Ottawa.
Canada or to the following author
id ized Canadian Gorernment Agent:
E. T. Holmes, 315 Jackson St., St. Paul, Minn.
Mention thia paper.
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flomeseekers* Excursion to the No.thwest, West
a the N W Line. Excur
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to agents a go and North-Wester
Minneapolis—App e. raising will ex
perience an unprecedented boom
throughout he N within the
next few years if the efforts of the
Minnesota Stat Horticultural society
meets it success. I order to en
courage the in of apple seedlings
the society has deeided to offer five
annual premiums of $100 each for he
best winter seedling apples in at
least until March 1 under ordinary cel
lar conditions and from trees planted
during the in spring.
Th awards will be made in 1913,
1913, 1014, 1915 and 1916 and the terri
tory included in the offer is a large
one, for competition is open to anyone
residing in the Western half of Wiscon
sin, the northern tiers of counties
of Iowa all of Minnesota, South Da
kota North Dakot a and Manitoba.
Several other rules governing this
contest were passed by the society—
one requiring that the entry for com
petition for this premhim must be
made within one year after the plant
in of the seed, while the contestan
must state and re the seed
as planted, the variety of apple from
which the seed was taken and where
he apple was grown
Only seedlings from seed tak
en from apples which were raised
within the limits assigned for the con
test will be eligible for competion.
N a a a ,.,
Mankato.—Ada Johnson, -eighty
eight years old, a pioneer resident of
Gran by township, almost lost his life
bv an unusual incident. recently
became a resident of North Mankato.
While coming from the esllar with a
jar of preserves, Mr. Jo'ioson tripped
and fell. Th fruit j.vr us shattered
and one of the jagge pieces of glass
pnetrated his is severing a large
artery, and causing an alarming loss
of biocxl. I was some time before the
the accident, as discovered on life
was nearly extinct before a physician
arrived. After in over him for
several hours, the physician succeeded
in partially reviving the aged man
and announesd that they are hopeful
of his recovery.
Duluth.—Maj Charles L. Potter,
United States engineer in charge of
Lak Superior, issued his annual re
port of the Dulnth-Superior harbor,
and all Minnesota and Wisconsin
people, he declares will take pride in it.
Th freight during 1905
as 22,576,145 net tons of a total value
of §198,751, 584 Thi is an increase of
36M per cent over the receipts and
shipments in 1904 and he increase of
valuation is more than $38,000,000. he
increase in freight tons for the
harbor last year as 69.6 per cent over
Major Potio aays in his report at
considering the mean freight
movement during the season of a
gation, the Dulutb-Superior practieally
stands to N York.
Dulutb.—A riot call summoned the
Hibbing police to the Utic a mine loca
tion, where found at a desper
ate fight between he three Austrian
factions there had resulted in the fatal
stabbing of Ton Bertoglatti, is
now in a hospital with eleven a
wounds Eleven arrests have been
made, all of the prisoners Austrians.
Angell Jaensetti and Mary Berdo
were married at the mine location,
and one faction was represented a
the guests and the other were not.
Th latter butted in and a riot fol
Rochester—The home of Ro Bird on
East College street was burned to the
ground. Th fire as caused by the
the breaking of a lamp. Bird hardly
escaped it his child, his wife being
at the revival meeting. N in as
Mankato—Mrs. Henriett a Schlegel
struck by the incoming Great Western
passenger train while a in on the
tracks, and sustained injuries at may
prove fatal. I as necessary to amp
utate one leg and one wrist as
broken, besides other injuries received.
Mrs. Schlegel as sixty years of age
is deaf and did not hear he train ap
proaching, although it whistled loudly.
Moorhead—Petitions have been fifed
with the county auditor for the estab
lishmen of three more drainage dis
tricts in the northern of Clay
county. Th board will meet on Feb
13 to hear the petitions and to take
steps necessary to the establishment
of the districts and the construction of
Red Wing—Th case of the city of
Red Wing against George Kidder
of a Crosse, charged with violating
the peddlers' ordinance of Red Wing
will be dropped, as City Attorne Wil
son is of the opinion at the arrested
man as a solicitor and not a peddler.
Red Wing—Despit the unfavorable
condition of the track, the annual
tournament of the Aurora Ski club,
held here, as very successful and
some good recards were made. Ole
Mangsetb, entered in Class A, made
the longest standing jump, 102 feet.
Winona— A movement looking to
ward the better enforcement of a
and order in the city has been
Th object is 10 form a a wan Order
league, and Rev. Bishop Cotter
of the Catholic diocese of Winona as
consented to head the movement and
has accepted the office of titular presi
dant of the league.
Minneapolis—A syndicate of Minne
sota capitalists left for the a a a is
lands where they have secured an op
tion on a 300,000 acres of timber
CATHOLIC MISSIONARY DIES
a a a A a
A a W a a a
in is to I a E
a a to in 1 8 6 5
W at is W as to the
E is a church in the' early settle
ment of this country a a
as to the Catholi church and the
history of in so a a be prop
erly written without mention of the
work that this an did not for
the early settlers but for the tribes of
I a that constantly menaced the
border. is ad a in lived to
see the end of his 90th year
Fathe a as a 11,
1815, at a a in A France
spent three years in the petit
seminair and four years in the a
seminaire. Th Rt Rev M. a
consecrated is of Dubuque I a
in 1837, first fanned the is a
spirit in the being of Fathe a
Th is went to a in 1838 to
induce priests to a a him to
A a to work in the northwest
Th zeal which later played such an
important part in the development of
this vast territory as aroused in a
ther a and after a in the
appeal of is as he worked
a his brethren in them to
accompany him to the new field.
was successful and a short time later
left a with several other
N 1, 1839, the four sub-deacon
were a in a at Dubuque
and then began the inspiring and
adventurous career of Fathe A a
first went to a
Chien, where he exercised the
ministry until September, 1844. a
he went to a de S and
spent a term at Mendota A a
a he was called to minister to
the S I a A this time he
as converting white families and
in inestimable a the Indi
ans. a the
climate, forests and swollen rivers
arid the extreme treachery of the In
a were scoffed at by the deter
mined an as he went from place to
place, a in the is a of is
is sterling qualities became known
throughout the wild country and is
service as requested from a pla
ces. finally answered the a of
sr and Olive a a to
begin a permanent is on at Little
a (no Chaska) where the a
bault amil ad a S a in post.
put the catechism into the S
a a and a so to the Indi
an in their tongue in instru
mental in a a
the red men trusted the "whit
father implicitly. is is on as
flourishing and the future re prom
is of re a success but
his work there as cut short when in
1844 a Galtie as transferred
and a a ordered to Men
In 1862 he as sent to a a to to
work a the I a held in prison
there under a of Colone Miller.
ministered to the men who were
executed, and N 11, 1866, he con
verted two S chieftains were
executed at Snelling Befor
that he ad caused hundreds of S
encamped near the fort, to renounce
their superstitions and accept the
lent more a a aid to is
Grac and then returned to France
where he spent a term of years
returning to St a about five a
The have a mill established
on Abaco Island and propose to go into
manufacturing on a larger scale.
SHERIFF'S SALE, gg
virtue of an execution, issued out of
and 'inder the Seal of the District Court,
in antl forth County of Brown and State
of Minnesota, upon a judgment rendered
and docketed in the said Court, on the 20th
day of December, A. D. 1904, in an action
wherein Herman R. Mueller is Plaintiff,
and JoseptaW.Sperl is defendant, in favor
of the said Plaintiff and against the said
Defendant, for tne of Nine Hundred
nineteen and 68-100 Dollars, on which said
execution there was collected and en
dorsed thereon on January 5th. 1966, the
of-Five hundred thirty-seven and
51-100 Dollars, and which execution as di
rected and delivered to me as sheriff in
and for the said County ot Brown, I have
this 18th day of January, A. D. 1906,
levied upon all the right, title and interest
of the said defendant Joseph W. Sperl in
and to the following described real estate
in Brown County, Minnesota, to-wit: Th
Northwest quarter, of the Northwest quar
ter of Section No. Twenty-six (26) in Town
ship No. One hundred andnine (109) North,
of Range No. Thirty-two (32) West.
Notice is hereby given, that I.the under
signed, as Sheriff as aforesaid, will sell
the above described real property to the
highest bidder, for cash, at public auc
tion, at the front door of the Court house
in the City of Ne Ul in the County of
Brown and State of Minnesota, on Sat
urday the 10th day of March, A 1906,
at 10o'clock A.M., of that day, to satisfy
the said execution, together with the in
terest and costs thereon.
Dated January 18th, A. D. 1906.
W.J I S
Sheriff of Brown County, Minn.
FOs. A. E S E I N
New Ulm, Minnesota. 4-10
W A N E honest an
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ox One Ceda a id a 51-6
Very Low Rates to the Mardl Gras at New Or
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a the N W Line. O ac
count of the Mard Gras excursion
tickets with certain stop-ove privile
will be sold to N Orleans,
bile and a a 21 to 25, in
clusive a so on Feb 26, for trains ar
riAing at destination by on of
27, with a a return limits. E
cursio tickets are a so on sale daily
at reduced rates, to the principal witi
ter resorts in the Unite State and
Mexico or full information apply
to agents a go & N W
Order for Hearing on Claims.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
O N O O W N
fin Probate Court.
I Special Term, Jan. 11,1906.
In the matter of the estate of John
Letters of Administra tion on the estate
of John Bernloehr deceased, late of the
County ot Brown and State of Minnesota,
being granted to George Bernloehr.
It is ordered, That six months be and
the name is hereby allowed from and after
the date of this order in which all persons
a in claims or demands against the
said deceased are required to file the a me
in the Probate Court of said County, for
examination and allowance, or be forever
It is further ordered. That the first Mon
day in Augus A D. 1906, at 10 o'clock
A. M„ at a General Term of said Probate
Court,to be held at the Probate Office in
the Court House in the City of N Ul
in said County, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place when and
where the said ProbateCourt will examine
and adjust said claims and demands.
A it is further ordered, That notice of
such hearing be given to all creditors and
persons interested in said estate by forth
with publishing this order once in each
week for three successive weeks in the
Ne Ul Review, a weekly newspaper
printed and published at the City of N
Ul in said County.
Dated at Ne Ulm, Minn., the llt day
of January, A. D. 1906.
By the Court,
(Seal.) S. A. GEORGE,
3-5 Jud ge of Probate
Order for Hearing on Claim*.
State of Minnesota,
County Of Brown.
I Probate Court.
Special Term, Jan. 11,1906.
In the matter of the estate of Maragretha
Letters Testamentary on the estate of
Maragretha Haag, deceased, late of the
County of Brown and State of Minnesota,
being granted to Joseph Haag.
It I Ordered, that three months be and
the a me is* hereby allowed from and after
the date of this order in which all persons
having claims or demands against the
said deceased are required to file the a me
in the Probate Court of said County, for
examination and allowance, or be forever
It is Further Ordered, that the first
Monday in Ma A. D. 1906, at 10
o'clock A. M., at a General Term of said
Probate Court, to be held at the Probate
Office in the Court House in the City of
Ne in said County, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and place
when and where the said Probate Court
will examine and adjust said claims and
And It is Further Ordered, that notice
of such hearing be given to all creditors
and persons interested in said estate by
forthwith publishing this order once in
each week for three successive weeks in"
the Ne Ul Review, a weekly newspaper
printed and published at Ne Ul in
Dated at Ne Ulm Minn., the llth day
of January A. D. J906.
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