Mr. Hy. Mueffelmann of Gaylord WHS
at tbe institution Sunday evening
and Monday morning to visit some of
his friends. Mr. Mueffelmann has
been attending tbe Msokato Commer-
W are going to publish serially
A stirring noyelizalioii of the most successful
play produced in Ne Yor
kin a decade
Be on the lookout for the opening chapters
First Installment NextWeek-A Good Tine toSubscribe
l|iUl College Class in Bookkeeping
Saturday night our Literary Society
held its regular session. A program
wis given the young ladies of the in
stitution rendering tbe greater number
Since our school closes on the 19th
COMFORT AND STYL
In our store you will find shoes that will fill the demand of the most particular
as to quality and style. At the same time we handle another line wtnch is designed
for older people whose idea is chiefly to secure foot comfort. „0
We c^rry the Utz & Dunn Shoes, well-known for their wearing and shape re
Oldest Established Shoe Store in Town.
inst. it was decided to arrange a
Christmas program for the evening
of the 18t-h. Preparations have been
made for some time past and a num
ber of very pleasant selections have
The catechezations booked for Wed
nesday are tbe following: Miss Sie-
pbao, Tbe Ten Commandment* from
(he Mount of Sinai.*' L. Luedtke,
"Winter and to Pleasure*" E.
Backer, "Elementary Arithmetic
Last Sunday P. M. The young 1«
dies employed in our kitchen enjoyed
the visit of the Misses A. Tepe, A.
Scbaefer and the Misses Mamie and
Hulda Alberts of Zumbrota, Minn.
Monday morning, Mrs. Bertha Zleg
ler of Arlington visited with her eon
Albert, a member of tbe D. Class.
Miss Ella Pickle is at Benson,
Minn, where she will spend some time
visiting her brother George and
Horatia Werring of Minneapolis
was here a few days last week looking
after bis farming interests.
Miss Helen Evans of Sleepy Eye
spent Friday at this place, tbe guest
of ber sister Mrs Stephen Zieg.
Albert [Cutting and wife visited
with Sleepy Eye relatives Sunday.
Frank [Obberson was the guest of
friends South of Sleepy Eye Sunday.'
Mrs. Edward Moll secured tbe Mat
rons Silver Medal given by theW.C.
T. U. at the contest held in the Evan
gelical church in Sleepy Eye Friday
evening. There were seven contes
Miss Lydia Battig visited with ber
sister Mrs. Paul Falk in Sleepy Eye
several days tbe past week.
Nathan Tesrow transacted business
in Fairfax Tuesday.
Chas. Palmer attended Masonic
doings in Sleepy Eye Wednesday*
Several from this vicinity took in
tbe show "Tbe Last Days of Pompeii"
at the Sleepy Eye Opera House Wed
August Schwieger of Sleepy Eye was
a business caller here Wednesday.
There will be a big ball at the Gol
den Gate Hall Saturday evening, Dec.
20th. Everybody is cordially invited
After an illness lasting two months
Erdmano Prahl succumbed to an ag
gravated caae of kidney trouble at bis
home in the Town of Milford last
Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock.
The deceased was born August 1,
1835 in Deutsch Ruden, in the province
of Posen, Germany and was conse
quently over 78 years old when he
died. On February 17, 1865 he was
married in the home of his nativity to
Wilhelmioe Wottke, his surviving
widow. In November, 1868, they emi
grated to America and reached Mil
waukee in March of the following
year, where tbey remained until fall
and then came to Brown County and
settled in the Town of Milford. Eleven
children were born to them all of
whom are living. They are Fred and
John of tbe Town of Stark William
and Karl of tbe Town of Milford
Henry of West Superior, Wis. Mrs.
Nick Adams, Cobden Mrs. John
Brandl, 81eepy Eye and Paul Albert,
Amanda and Ida who are still at
borne. He is also survived by hie
brother William Prabl and his sister,
Mrs. Ferdinand Dalueg, both of New
Ulm. The funeral was held Saturday
morning and tbe remains were brought
to the c'ty cemetery for interment. E.
J. Buehrer delivered the funeral
On Saturday morning at 8 o'clock
occurred the death of Mrs. Jobann
Dallmann, at the family home in Nic
ollet township. Mrs. Dallmann had
been ailing for the past year.
Johanna Kuglin was born at Kluetz
kaw, Pommern, Germany on March 2,
1842 and was therefore 71 years 8
months and 27 days Old at the time of
her death. She emigrated to America
in the year 1896 and came direct to
Nicollet. In tbe fall of the same year
she was married to Jobann Dallmann.
The deceased is survived by her hus
band and the following five children?
Mrs. Garl Bode Jr., Mrs. Wm. Wills,
Mrs. Fred Epke, Carl and Herman
Dallmann also two sisters and
twenty-six grandchildren. The funeral
was held Tuesday forenoon at 11
Every New House in Town with
its Hardwood Floors needs one of
these Wizard Floor Polishers to
keep the woodwork in condition.
can always be chosen from our well-selecie^Jjine
of house-furnishings. Young and old, rich- and
poor, can always be pleased with a present from
this store, for we can fill every imaginable need,
little or big in house-hold goods, necessary or
ornamental, and both.
Fur Salt by.
o'clock from tbe house with service*
at tbe Lutheran church at Old Nloollet
Rev. F. Koehtor officiating. —Nloollet
The friends of William C. Koepke*
will be pained to learn of hla death
which occurred at Wlnthrop Saturday
evening shortly before nine o'clock.
Death was due to hardening of thZU,e
liver and kidney trouble with which
he bad been afflicted for tbe past
year. He was confined to hia bed for
not quite a week. The deceased was
born in New Ulm April 4, 1875 and
was therefore but 38 years old when
he passed away. He grew to mao
hood here and learned the miller's
trade which be followed as long aa he
The Real Rip Van Winkle Sleep can
only be had on a mattress like this.
Get one and enjoy a good night's rest
after the strenuous labors of winter
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From downy softness you can Instantly change it to a
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A 15 years
lived in New £J1
ago he wejipawled be
to Miss"'Carrie $Espe
year 1892 tbey moved ifo' W.intbrop
where tbe deceased conducted a meat
market for some years. (During their
residence there Mrs. Koepke died, 11
years ago. At tbe time of his death
be was associated with Peter Garels
in the saloon business. In September
1911 be was. married in Minneapolis
to Miss Elizabeth Johnson, hia sur
viving widow. There are no children.
He la. also survived by hia mother
and tbe following brothers and sister
Otto Koepke, Stratbcona, Alberta,
Canada Gustav Koepke, Winnipeg,
Canada and Arthur and Lydia who
are still at home. 'Tbe funeral will
take place today (Wednesday.)
Services, both English and German,
will be held at Wlnthrop in the
morning, Rev. Bsrtz officiating. The.'
remains will then be brought to New
Ulm on tbe noon train of the M. & St.
L. and taken directly to the Lutheran
Church where Rev. C. J, Albrecht
will conduct the funeral services:
Interment will be made in the Lutheran"
Sleep-disturbing bladder weakness,
stiffness in joints, weak, inactive lrid-v
ney action and rheumatic pains, are
all evidence of kidney trouble. Mrs.
Mary A. Dean, 47 E. Walnut St.,
Taunton, Mass., writes: "I have pass
ed my 87th birthday, and thought I
was beyond the reach of medicine,,
but Foley Kidney Pills have jproved
most beneficial in my case.'" For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
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