Kluiei Ptechc aod Emil aDd Miss
Bannab Hulke visited at Echo last
Duty ot St Petei was a busi-
ness calier here Wednesday
The Courtland Fire Department held
their annual election Tuesday evening
and reelected their respective officers.
There was no tiie during last jear
and the compaDj is in good standing.
They will give their fifth annual Fire
men's Dance on Feb. 21st and the
committee in charge is already mak
iug arrangements forsacie. •$
Mrs. Ait. Ziesbe visited at Nicollet
last week, ft 2k
Nic. Reinl§|tt w|& v^Baller at St.
Paul and MMaeapfilis a few days last
Mr. and Mis, Albert Schwartz, visi
ted at Echo last week.
E. D. Precht was a business caller
at New Ulm Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W.lVonihof visited
at Minneapolis a few days last week.
Miss Maitha Raedene was on the
sick list last week
The|* Missess Lillian and Atley
Sehiottruan \jsited at New Ulm Friday.
The Creamery Association here
moved mto their new building last
week and are now leceiving Milk and
Cream a one of the best creamery
buildings in this state. Much credit is
due to the manager, H. F. Lange, for
his hard labor to get the machinery
moved and lined up as it is
Mr Lioomis has rented the EL
Huelke hou»e and wij' move into it
surprise patty was. held at the
home of Mi and Mrs Wm Hulke
Saturday evening when a large num
ber of lelatives and fuends gathered
at their home to celebrate Mrs. Hulke's
birthday anniveisary. Mr. and Mrs.
Hulke enteitained their guests splen
didly acid a fine supper and refresh
ments wese served, and everybody en
joyed a good time
A masquerade danoe will be guen
here on Saturday Jan. 24th. Suits and
masks can betobtained at tne Hall
This is the time of the year when
colds in the head, cnapped face and
ftands. cold sores etc. are very annoy
ing. These minor ills can be m
^cintlj relieved bv the use of Mentho
iyptol Eugene Pteiterle Druggist
Mett Pickle of Madison, Minn
a guest at the home of Mrs
Burghardt the first of the week.
Miss. Ella Pickle has returned home
from a two months visit with relatives
at Benson, Minn
Stewart Mc Leod has been on the
sick list the past week. His many
rmds hope to see «him about soon.
Miss Elsie Otto has returned to her
borne at Blakely, Minn, after visiting
at the Albert Cutting home for some
Mat. Bertraod and wife went to
Franklin Thursday where they atten
ded a dance given that evening.
Among those who attended the con
cert given by the Landry Co. at the
High School Auditorium in Sleepy
Eye Wednesday evening were Chas.
Palmer., Wm. Ibberson, Mrs. Helen
Honeyman and Miss Emma Weir.
Wm. Werring Sr. of Sleepy Eye
epeut several days here the first of the
Supt Compton and Prof. Webb of
the Sleepy Eye schools conducted a
veiy successful farmers meeting in
Disfc. No. 22 last Friday evening. A
large crowd was present to listen to
the speeches given by the above
An epidemic of measles has inva
ded this section. Thus fat the school
has not been closed
Mrs Mat Be^trand w^nt to Mankato
Friday afternoon for a vis.it with re
Miss Mar/ Kuelbs of Sleepy Eye
spent Sunday at the house of her
Martin Casperson, contractor of
Sleepy Eye, transacted business here
the first of the week.
John Garrioch and family spent
Sunday with Sleepy Eye relatives.
A Change In Banking Circles.
When the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the First National
bank was held last Tuesday after
noon, they honored F. A. Donahower,
the retiring president, by placing
him at the head of the bank direc
torate. Resolutions of a suitable
nature will be drawn up, thanking
Mr. Donahower for his zealous and
untiring efforts in the interests of
the bank and its stockholders.
Immediately after the annual meet-
You want to be sure and read the arti
cle on Marquis wheat appearing elsewhere
in this issue.
With this wheat you can increase your
yield, together with improved quality.
It means increased profits for you.
We will take your orders for any
Call at[our office for further particulars.
EAGLE ROLLER MILL CO.
New Ulm, Minn.
ing the board of directors ^lecte
Chas. A. Benson president of the 1
bank to succeed Mr. Donahower. J.
H. Doty was made vice president
Clare D. Moll, cashier, and Clarence
Johnson, assistant cashier.
Charles A. Benson, the incoming
president, is a Nicollet county boy.
He was born New Sweden town
ship in 1862, and was educated in
the schools of the county and at Gus
tavus Adolphus college. His first
banking business was received in
the bank of which he is now the
head, he entering its employ in 1882
and remaining until 1888. Since
then lie has been cashier of the State
Bank of Winthrop.
Death came suddenly to John Q.
Byro of the Town of Linden, father of
O. J. Olson proprietor of the Mer
chants Hotel in this city, last Satur
day. He was out in the yard chopping
wood, when he suddenly fell over
dead. A brother of his who had taken
part in the Iudian Massacre, was
killed by lightning quite a number of
years ago so this is the second sudden
death in the family.
The deceased was born in Norway
and was 68 yeats old last Novemher.
He came to America 1865 and
directly to Linden where he has since
resided continuously He *as
married in 1869. Six children were
born to them, of whom three preceded
him In death. He IB survived by bis
widow and the following children: O
J, Olson of this citv and Jaeob Olson
and Mrs. William Larson of the Town
of Linden The funeral was held from
the Linden Lutheran church yesteraay
(Tuesday) afternoon. Mr. Olson and
family from here attended.
Mrs Katherine Weisbretht, an in
mate of the St. Alexander Home for
the Aged for the past three years,
died Monday afternoon after an ill
ness lasting for several months
Death was due to old age and the
comlicafcions that usually accompany
Very little is known of the de
ceased, except that she was born in
Bavaria, Germany, 81 years ago and
that she came to the "Home" from
Norwood The only known relatives
that she has are a daughter-in-law
and three grandchildren who live in
Norwood. The funeral will be held
this (Wednesday) morning at 8 o'clock
from the chapel of the Hospital and
interment will be made in the Catholic
BANK NO. T8T
Statemen of the condition of
Citizenst State Bank
O N in ^t close of buMiness
State of Minnesota,
Deposits subject to check
Demand Certificates ...
Due to Banks
Total immediate liabdities
STATE OF MINNE&OTAr
County of Brown
if ion report by bank Jan
Loans and Discounts $1,481 ,fe6« 76
Overdrafts 1,6-60 00
Other B^nds, Slocks «*nd
Securities 74,000 00
Banking house, Furniture and
Fixtures -8tk088 (X
Due from banks $156,581 19
Cash on h'd, items below 42 774 oS
Currency $34,607 00
GoM 5 S 00
Total cn«*h assets *199,855 84 $199,355 81
Checks and cat»h items 1,637 11
Total $1,772,717 71
Undivided profits, net
Dividends Unpaid SO 00
Depositsjgiibj't to check S19J.S80 04
Certified Chects 150 00
Cashier's checks 2,045 SO
Due to Banks......... 7,480 29
Total mi'diate liabiht's 204*47 18
Saving Deposits...... 36,488 17
me certificates 1,868,523 35
$1,609,653 65 $1.G09,653 45
County of Brown,'
**?&'•£• Olsen. Vice Preeidtnt, and
Krook. asst. cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tn
above Statement is true to the best of our
knowledge and belief.
O. M. Oi SKN Vice Prc-den
F. H. KROOK Asst. Cashier.
Correct Attest: (Two Directory Cha
VojKtel, John Henle.
sworn to before me tins
17thIav of Jan., 1914
(Seal) S O
,, Notary Public
•My Commission exuires March 5. 191b
tT-VIEMENl OF THE CONDHION OF
Brown County Bank
NEW ULM, MINN.
at close off iisiuefls on January 13, 1914 Date of
tall by Sup't Jan lb, 1011 Dale of report
bj bank, J-m lj, ]iu
S S discounts $365109
Banking house, furniture and fixtures 14 000 00
Other real estate win no
Due from banks 08.708 66
Casn on Hand, items below 0.J62 9*
Currency 88,080 00
Gold 270 00
Silver 1 012 95
lotal cash assets
Checks and cash items
Undivided Profits. Net
Bills Payable (including certificates
for money borrowed)
Reserved for Taxes
Reserved for unearned Interest.
84 218 28
A. Fritsche. President, and Emil
& Hage Cashier of the above named Bank,
do solemnly swear that the above State
mentis true to the best of our knowledge and
A EBITSCHE President
EMIL G. HAGE Cashier
Correct Attest (Two) Directors AIG C,
DAHL, GEO B. WEISER
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th
day of Jan 1914
[Seal I Notary Public.
My commission expires July 8,1917
BANK NO. 911.
ST VTEMBHT OF THE CONDITION OF
At close of business on Jan 13th, 1914. Date of
call by Sup't Jan 17th, 1914 Date of report
by bank Jan 19th, 1914.
Loans and discounts. $69,864 99
Overdrafts 18i 74
Banking house, furniture and fixtures, 3 265 25
Due from banks, $11,571.57
Cash on Hand (items below) 2 694.26
Currency $1835 00
Silver. 375 75
Other is 51
Total cash assets. $16 2b5 84
Checks and Cash Items
Undivided Profits, Net
Deposits subject to check 12,805.49
Cashier's Checks 2,803 85
Total Immediate Liabilities ij,609 34
Time certificates .. 03,327.32
Totnl deposits. *79 170.59
STAf JB OF MINNESOTA, Count* of Brown, *e
We, Emil G. Hage, President and C.
Dahl, cashier, of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
merit is true to the best of oar knowledge and
belief. EMU. G. HAGE, President.
C. F. DAHX, Cashier.
Correct attest, (two directors) II
Albrecht, W Heimann
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th
day of Jan 1914.
ISealJ TOHN SIEBENBRINNFK
My commission expires July 1.1917
Lia&t Saturday night tha band held a
lengthy meeting when (he giving of a
concert on Jan 21 1914 was fully dis
About forty students attended the
Turnei Theater Program of Jan. 13.
"An Auto Ride through the French
Alps" and "In and around the Grand
Canyon of Arizona" were considered
attractions of the better class
Prof. Sperling will deliver the
oatecbesations in school next Wed
Do you begin to cough at night,
just when you hope to sleep? Do
you have a tickling throat .that keeps
you awake? Just take Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Compound. It will check
the cough and stop the tickling sen
sation at once. Does not upset the
stomach, is best for children and
grown persons. For sale by all deal
ers. ^.-is Adv.
F'OR SAUE— The four-acre Jots owned
by the late Christian Fil/en in the
nouhern part of this city are now
offered for sale at a reasonable price
and on easy terms. This property
comprises about 60 acres altogether
and w)JJ be sub-divided arid sold
in such smaller tracts as will suit
purchaser. For further information
SOMSUN, DEMPSEY & MUBLLBB,
Adv 39tf New Ulm, Minnesota.
FORSAMs~The N. Henningsen Agency
has for sale a number of nice
dwelling houses in the city of New
UJm, ranging in price from 91100.00
to fSOOO.OO These dwellings am
located in different parts of the City
and are all good propositiODB.
Come and see us for further par
FOR SALE— Desirable residence pro
percy (new house) in the heart of the
city, two blocks from the Court
House and two blocks from the
school house is for sale. Inquire of
ALBERT STEINHAUSER. ad?46tf
FOR SALE—10.000 acres good farm
land at $10 00 and 812 00 per acre,
one to six miles from R. station,
225 miles straight east of New Ulm
Jaeob Klossner, Jr.
(Advt) Apr 1st
FOR RENT—Large, light, roomy base
ment, cement floor, street entrance,
floor space 25x60, suitable for light
manufacturing or dwelling. For
merly occupied by Frank Leibold.
Tnquire at WmkeJmann's Music
Hall Adtr 3tf
CLEAN SEFD WHJSAT— We are pre
pared to clean" Seed Wheat For
particulars call up No. 4 Adv
JOHN BENTZIN Milling Co.
I herewith announce to the people of
New Ulm and vicinity that I have
opened up a shoemaker's repair shop
in the RudoJphi Block where Dietrich
Koester used to be. Will also do
custom work All work will be
promptly and satisfactorily done.
Adv 53-4 FRIEDBICH H. HER WIG
Program of Examinations
Common School Certificates
February 5th, 6th and 7tht 1914
Thursday, Feb. 5th.
(SECOND GRADE SUBJECTS^
M.—8 00 Enrollment
8 30 Professional Test
9 30 Penmanship
M.—1 16 Geography
2 45 Composition
3 45 Reading
4 40 Spelling
Friday, Feb 6th.
^SECOND GRADE SUBJECTS CONTINUED)
A M.-8 00 U.S. History
9 45 English Grammar
11 30 Music
P. M.- 15 Physiology-Hygiene
2 45 Civics
1 00 Agriculture
Saturday, Feb. 7th.
(FIRST GRADE SUBJECTS)
A 8 00 Enrollment
8 30 Geometry
10 16 Physics
1 15 Algebra
2 45 Physical Geog or General HistorJy
4 15 Drawing
The above examinations will be held
in the Higrh Schools, at New TJlm,
Sleepy Eye and Springfield
If Professional Test, consumes less
than 60 minutes, Spelling and Arith
metic may begin not to exceed 30
If Composition, Reading, Physio
logy-Bygiene, or Civics do not require
the full time, the remaining time may
be used for the subjects that follow.
State Supt Scbulz has ruled that
each examinee at a Teachers' Exami
nation ill be equired to pay a fee of
oO cents before entering upon the exa
mination This also includes certifi
cates for renewal and extension.
Co. Supt. of Schools.
During the month of December the
Fire Department were called to three
fires in this city, all of which orig
inated in piles of hay, straw or simi
lar substances. Under the provisions
of Ordinance 17 it is unlawful for
any person to store subtsances oi
this character in a stack or pile in
any place within the City Limits un
less the same is securely inclosed so
as to protect it from all danger as
to fire. The Ordinance also provides
that the City Council may grant per
mission to persons living in the out
skirts of the city to keep hay, and
straw in a stack or pile without hav
ing the same covered or inclosed, but
in order to obtain such permission
application must be made in writing
to the City Council. On account of
the fire hazard connected with the
storage of substances of this char
acter in open stack or pile, and upon
the urgent request of the Chief of the
Fire Deparmtent the City Council has
determined that the provisions of the
to shall be enforc-
.A .persons are, therefore, no
tified to immediately remove or pro
tect by suitable covering or inclosure
all hay, straw and similar substances
now kept in open stack or pile, and
to refrain from storing these sub
stances in this manner in the future.
By order of the City Council.
ALBERT J. MEYER,
2-3 City Clerk.
SNEFFELS. COL. A. J. Walsh was
badly done up with rheumatism and
sent for Foley Kidney Pills which
was the only thing that would cure
him. X3eo. Potter of Pontiac, Mo.,
was down on his back with kidney
and bladder trouble and Foley Kid
ney Pills made him well and able to
work. It is a splendid medicine and
always helps. Just try it. For sale
by all dealers. Adv.
of wearing yourself out with such
heavy work as rubbing clothes
by band or using a band power
machine? Let us fit you out with
a motor that will do the heavy
work for you.
Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R.
Sew Vim & St. Paul
rwin Cities Passenger
.(ex. Sun.) 5«15a. at
(ex. Sun 3$
(ex. sun 3 4o
New Ulm & St Paul
floim Lake Pass
(ex. Sua.) 8 48i p.
(ex. Sun.)12 25
(ex. 8nn 8 50 a
A DIFFERENCE IN WORKING HOURS
A man's working day is 8 hours.
His body organs must work perfect
ly 24 hours to keep him fit for 8
hours work. Weak, sore, inactive
kidneys can not do it. They must
be sound and healthily active all the
tune. Foley Kidney Pills will mako
them so. You cannot take them in
to your system without good results
following. For sale by all "dealers
PROPOSALS FOR HIGH SCHOOL
New Ulm, Minnesota
Sealed proposals addressed to th&
Independent School District of the:
City of New Ulm, Minnesota, will be
received by the Clerk of said district.
Mr A. F. Reim, at the office of th&
supennteudent in fcbe bigb school
building until five o'clock p. m. Tues
day, February 10th, 1914, for the fur
nishing of all labor and materials for*
the seven separate contracts:
(a) GENERAL CONTRACT
(b) PLCJMBING CONTRACT I
(c) HEATING CONTRACT
(d) VENTILATING FAN EQUIP
'e) TEMPERATQRE REGULA-
(f) VAO JUM HEATING SYSTE&E
(g) ELECTRIC INSTALLATION
tor the High School Building to ba
erected by Independent School Dis
trict of the City of New Ulm, Minne
All of the work and materials shall 4
conform with plans and specifications
therefor as prepared by Messrs. Tyrier
& Chapman, Architects, 320 Auditor
mm Building, Minneapolis, Minne
sota, on file at the offices of the Clerk
of said District and of the Architects,.—
and also at the Builders' Exchanges
in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
All proposals will be opened pub
licly by the School Board of said In
dependent School District at the office
of the Superintendent of Schools
the High School Building the city
of New Ulm at eight (8) o'clock p.
Tuesday, February 10th, 1914.
Plans and specifications for con
tracts (a), (c), (d), (e), (f). and [g] will
be ready on and after January 10th,
1914 and for contract (b) will be ready
on and after January 17th, 1914.
Plans and specifications for the per
sonal use of contractors may be ob
tained from the Architects upon appli
cation, accompanied by a deposit of
$2&00 for (a)—General Contract—of
which $15 00 will be refunded to each
contractor who returns the plans and
specifications $15 00 deposit for
each of the sets of plans and
specifications for contracts (b) and (c)
which includes contracts (d), (e) and
(f) and (g) of which $10.00 will be re
funded to each contractor who returns
the plans and specifications.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by certified check equal to five (5) per
cent of the total proposal, which check
shall be made payabje to Independent
School District of the City of New
Ulm, Minnesota. This deposit will be
returned to bidders whose proposals
are rejected, and to the successful
bidder upon his entering into contract
with said School District in accor
dance with hie proposal and the giv
ing of a satisfactory Surety Company
bond to ssid District, the penally of
which shall be -the full amount ofcthe
contract price which confrae^md
bond shall be entered into within Ave
(5) days after the date of notification
that his proposal has been accepted
Should the bidder fail to enter into
9ucb contract and bond within said
time, said deposit shall be forfeited to
said Independent School District of
tbe Citv of New Ulm, Minnesota.
The School Board of said District
reserves the right to reject any and
Dated at New Ulm, Minnesota, thi*
sixth day of January, 1914.
OF THE CITY OF NEW ULM.
By Dr. GEORGE B. WEISER,
A. F. REIM,
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