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CotfrtDmd v, Mr. 4 Mn. William W«Uaer and son of Mankato were viiitorg here* short time Saturday. ~^M '::''?$& Mr. McClure, general agent for the International Harvester Co. at Man* katoandone of hit men, C, Qultt were calleri here Friday. Mr. and M. H. E. Stelimacher and Mri. Fred Bobiin Sr. visited at Mankato Saturday. ,.-r"*"4S V$Q George Bobtln und Henry dimmer were New Ulm callere Saturday. ^t RoSertRiwlinftofSt.Peter was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. G. W. Seblottman has his large gasoline tanks dug down in the ground and now has storage room for 500 gallons of gasoline. RECOMMENDED FOR A GOOD REASON. C. H. Grant, 230 Waverly St., Peoria, Ills., says: "Backache and •congested kidneys made me suffer intense pains. Was always tired and -floating specks bothered me. Took Foley Kidney Pills and saw big im provement after third day. I kept on .","' until entirely freed of all trouble .and suffering. That's why I recom mend Foley Kidney Pills. They cured me." 0. M. Olsen. \. HANSKA George Chambard and A. R. Eggensperger were St. James callers Saturday. An exceptionally good literary program was rendered by the members of the "Look CJp League" Sunday evening. Mrs. Thor. Smesmo and Miss Strom returned from New Ulm Saturday. Miss Alvina Winkelmann of New Ulm visited with her sister, Miss Martha Winkelmann, from Saturday to Monday. f" Word has reached us that Miss Emma Melzer, a popular young lady of Linden, and Albert Olsen, also of Linden, were married at Madelia the latter part of last week. From Madelia they left for some point in South Dakota where'they will begin house keeping on a farm. Mrs. Carl Stone of New, Ulm is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Iver Stone. Miss Minnie Frederickson, O. A. Johnson and family and Peter Sveum spent Sunday at the Lohcbakken farm in Linden. Mrs. Einar Toenberg spentJMonday and Tuesday in New Ulm. HEED THE.COUGH THAT HANGS ON. The seeds of consumption may be the cause, and a cough that hangs on weakens the system. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound checks the cough, heals the inflamed mem branes and strengthens the lungs. E. D. Rountree, Stillmore, Ga., says: "Lagrippe left me a deep seated, hack ing, painful cough which Foley's Honey and Tar completely cured." 6. M. Olsen. :.'*Jla? NewsJItems—Rl. 3. Z~3 Frank Cross took out a "La Crosse Low Down" Manure Spreader last Saturday. Anton Meidl bought a single and a double seated carriage recently. That is the way to make farm life pleasant, by having every convenience to enjoy life and to get one's work dono promptly and easily. Martin Meidl lost two valuable horses last week. Miss Lydia Fluegge'returned Friday from Courtland where she has been working for the past two months. Mrs. John Selbel is down with blood-poisoning at the home of. her daughter Mrs. Ed. Grussendorf of New Ulm. Saturday, while driving across the C. & N. W. tracks near the green house with a heavy load, Nick Sondag's wagon broke into parts, precipitating the contents of the load to the road by the side of the track. The derelict was not removed until Monday. A CARD. This is to certify that all drug gists are authorized to refund your money if Foley's Honey and Tar Compound fails to cure your cough or, cold. 'John Bernet, Tell, Wis. states: "I used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for five years, and it always gives the best of satisfaction and always cures a cough or cold.!' Refuse substitutes. O. M. Olsen. "•fcVi."" ::.:,:. Mike Schons. Otto Serbrich and Philip Young were New Ulm callers Thursday. Theodor Mueller of New Ulm was a business caller here Thursday. J. M. Rockvam was quite busy last week taking pictures. Mr. Rockvam makes very good photos., G. W. Schlottman was a business caller at New Ulm Thursday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schiller last Thursday. Cigars •on you, Joe. The dance here Saturday evening was quite well attended and a'good lime was enjoyed by those present. GfMcnGate. George Miller of Sleepy Eye, spent Sunday with his brother Wm, Miller and family. Mrs. A. A. Cutting left on Thursday for Blakely, Minn, whereaae will visit with relatives for a few days. The dance at the hall Saturday evening was a big success, all enjoy ing themselves until the small hours •of morning. ,', *&£•,', -r\ Hugh McPhee of Sleepy Eve trans acted business here Saturday. _:: *0c.''Cv &f Werrlng and wife*of Springfield spent the latter part of the week with relatives at this place. Born, on Thursday, April 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stratte a son. Fred Howard of Sleepy Eye spent several days the past week atgthe Oren Case home. A basket social was held in District No. 16 Saturday evening. A fine program was given by the pupils. Miss Fern Hutchins of Sleepy. Eye is teacher in that district. On Saturday J. P. Current suffered a paralytic stroke, his whole right side being paralyzed. Dr. Wellcome was hurriedly celled and at tbis writing the aged gentleman is resting quite comfortably. His many friends hope for the best. Wm. Werrlng, Sr. of Sleepy Eye was a business caller here last week. •vto**^^^' the very article for which over 600,000 men have paid $3. each, you will clip the Coupon printed below and get your Sharpener at once. No more buying new a blades, nor having the old style "stand-by" when you possess a N E E A I Figure the saving both in money and satisfac tion. It means a "life time of sanitary and a shaving com fort" and dollars to the good. Carpenters have been busy the past tew d«yierecting & NathanTesrow. WW'»\™ There is no case on record of 'a cough, cold or la grippe developing into bronchitis, pneumonia or con sumption after Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has been taken. The genuine Is in a yellow package. Re fuse substitutes. O. M. Olsen. Better tats Sauklsg. Spanking will not cure children of wetting the bed, because it is not ft habit but a dangerous disease. The C..H. Rowan Drug Co., Dept. B49T .Chicago, 111., have discovered a strict ly, harmless remedy for this distress ing disease and to make known its merits they will send a SOcrpackage se curely wrapped and prepaid Absolute ly Free to any reader of The Review. This remedy also cures frequent desire to urinate and inability to control urine during the night or day in old or young. The C. H. Rowan Drug Co. is an Old Reliable House write to them to-day for the free medicine. Cure the afflicted members of your family, then tell your neighbors and friends about this remedy. The best patterns and color in Rugs »t J. H. FORSTER'S. AdvtlO Quick Introductory Offer We have secured the Never Fail Co/s special adver tising campaign planned for this district exclusively for our readers, and when you stop to consider that through this special offer you can procure this marve lous sharpening device At Less Than Half Price Remember this amazing offer is for a limited time only—it will be withdrawn when the original consignment of Sharpeners is gone. Get Busy—Ge Yours Withou Delay V*.' Th Suppl is limited! Act Quickly! Pioneer Drug Store |V¥« MeJuft- *($* Dr. W. A. Anderson, veterinary surgeon of Sleepy Eye was out this way last week. This unprecedented offer will beyond doubt secure the wide-spread introduction and distribution the manufacturers desire, in the speediest and most produc tive way. M«»W» Union Bonding School Notes. FOURTH GRADE.', Only three pupils did perfect work in spelling during the week ae follows: Helen Woebke, Lenore Deters and JohnSchuler. FIFTH GRADE. ty'i^Ml^ Two girls deserve mention tbis week because tbey bad perfect grades in their lessons as well as in the test in spelling. They are: Anna Hetlinger and Alma Koester. So many pupils were absent during the past month that the per cent of attendance was only 94.6. No one was tardy during the month. SEVENTH GRADE. The following pupils had perfect records in spelling the past week: Glorene Dirks, Julia Franke, Hilda Neetnann, Fred Neisen, Roman Penkert, Frieda Schaefer and Katharine Weiser. Eight pupils had perfect marks in spelling every day for the past month and these same pupils were perfect in the monthly test. The successful ones were Glorene Dirks, Julia Franke, Hilda Neemann, Fred Neisen, Roman Penkert, Frieda Schaefer, Adeline Vogtel and Katharine Weiser. Tbe week ending Friday, the 18th, was banner week for the spelling clssses in our grade. Thirty-three pupils secured perfect marks all week. The lucky ones were: Olga Boescb, Werner Boescb, Max Burg, Theodore Razor Sharpener $ for 1 Coupon and It is scientifically built for the right kind of service to keep your razors in the pink of shaving condi tion under all conditions. **3 Igligl Crone, Arthur Cordes, Glorene Dirks, Otto Dougher, Clarence Eisner, Harvey Fimeyer, Julia Franke, Gladys Grussendorf, Stanley Gieseke, Walter Garels, Norman Johnson, Edwin Kttzberger, Hilda Luetjen, Estella Mueller, Esther Mauch. Hilda Nee mann, Fred Neisen, Otto Neemann, Roman Penkert, Leona Pfsender, Adeline Regelin, Frieda Schaefer,. George Sehoch, Oscar Sandau, Alfred Vogelpohl, Adeline Vogtel, Katharine Weiser, Herbert Lind and Martin Fiene.,•:•'', **..- f" V&m-* PDFTHGRADE* S Helen Johnson and Harry Sebwerr have the honor of being the only two who had perfect grades in spelling last week. a BenedictSehrsnd AlvinOswald have left school to do manual labor. THIRD GRADE. The" following pupils merited the highest marks in spelling,.Viola Cor des, HeleiwMeile, Bessie Diets, lona Arbes, Myra Alwio, Myrtle Alwln, Louise Schaokel and Elfrteda Schwerr. Last Friday the Third Grade uti lized their quarter holiday by taking a trip to the woods. An enjoyable time was spent..''.:' We have two sample pisnos on our floor outside of our regular line. One is in an oak case and the other a wal nut, very beautiful styles. These must be closed out before May 1st and are therefore on sale at very low prices. Wm. J. Winkelmann Advt 16 The NEVE FAIL sharpens perfectly any safety or old style razor blades you may possess—not one time, but every time. a 5 5 a 5 S S Farm aodClty Property for Sole. The undersigned, Executor of the Estate of Laellia A. George, rteeeeeed, offers for sale the 8. A. George farm in the Town of Slgel, afsratajQrow Wing Co. and the 8. A. GeorMiote in the city of New Ulm, particularly^:%-"^ described as follows, to wit: East Half of Southwest Quarter, Southwest Quarter of Southwest Quar ter of Southwest Quarter and Beat 30 acres of Northwest Quarter of Sooth west Quarter of Section Number 3, West Half of Southeast Quarter of Section Number 3 and Southeast Quar ter of Southeast Quarter of Section Number 4 all in Township Number One hundrred and nine (109) North of Range Number Thirty one (31) West, in Brown County Lota one, two and three of See. Number one. Township Number One hundred and thirty-seven North, of Range Number Twenty-eight (SB) in Crow Wing County Lots 1, 2,1, 5, and 7 Block 125, Lot 1 B161 and%ot 8 B168, all north of Center Street Part of Lot 6 Block 36, Lots 9 and 10 Block 141, Lots 2,3, 6, 7, 8,12.13 and 14 Block 171, Lots 4, 9 and 10 Block 172, all south of Center Street in tbe city of New Ulm. Bids will be received for the entire Eids roperty or for any part thereof. All must be in writing, sealed, marked "Bid for George property" and addressed to the undersigned. Bids will be opened May 10,1913 at 2 o'clock p. m. and no bids will be re ceived subsequent to that hour. The undersigned reserves tbe right to re ject any and all bids. Dated April.14-1913. ALBERT STEINHAUSEB Executor of Estate of Ludlia A. George, deceased. ,iv Out of Town Readers add 10c for Postage O the Never Fail Just what you and every other shaver wants, and here's your chance to get the Sharpener that will do this work and you get it on an extremely favorable basis. Dull blades arc easy for the NEVER FAIL. After you give them a few strokes on the machine they be come your favorites as perhaps they were before they became apparently useless. Clip this Coupon *L/ '«jm-.r^ on S EXCLUSIVELY FOR READERS OF New Ulm Review and flew Ulm Postal TViC—pm I »Mb tlMTtmmut CitmiWfkwk »«MiWritUtmtmIfa*MM \^k £v :tim Blade! A Velvet Edge! '.