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4* •3* •I* •5* II 1 After Two Years Spent Among the Good People of New Ulm we are more than ever con vinced that it was a happy day when we decided to locatex and out of the fullness of grati tude in our hearts for the kind ly treatment and generous pat ronage accorded us, we wish to assure our customers of our ap preciation and to offer an as surance of continued efforts to give the best service of which we are capable. Wishing you all the Com pliments of the Season, we are. Sincerely yours, NEW ULM GASCO. Cah we help you solve your Christmas prob* lems? We should be delighted to offer suggestions if you will call. Tel. 293. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAs. ft************************* Christmas Presents In buying your gifts get something that will not only be acceptable, but lasting. The remembered ones will appreciate it more, and the cost to you amounts to about the same. We have a large assortment to select from. here EYER ILeadirig Jeweler Since October we have received ship ments of new canned fruits, new canned vegetables, the new preserves, new catsups, new dried fruits, also the new brand goods have come and now we are unloading the new oranges and the new green vegetables from Sunny California. Also the Christ mas greenery for Christmas decorations, and everything points to the grandest and best Christmas ever. Despite the high prevailing prices we are in a position to offer you extremely low prices in Christ mas eatables and luxuries. Remember we carry the largest assort ment of Christmas Candies, Nuts Trees and Trimmings in the city. Wm A Pfefferle PHONETT The Pure Food Grocer J. LOCAL NOTES ^Q F. M. Bleck of Minneapolis writes the Review, sending season's greeting to all of his friends here. Miss Adeline and Erwin Goosklags of Fairfax spent Staurday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Sievert. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Lowinski of Clements attended the birthday party at the August Rolloff home Friday of last week. Mrs. Carrie Gerboth returned home last Thursday from her visit at the home of her son in Cedar Rapida, la. She had a very enjoyable trip and a most pleasant stay in the Iowa city. Has your best girl or your young lady daughter or your wife a nice«manicure set? If not, one of ours would make an elegant Christmas gift for her. C. A. Stolz. Adv. Miss Adeline Goosklags Miss Maud Anderson, Edwin Sievert, Erwin Goos klags motored to St. Peter Sunday and spent the day at the home of Mrs. Mary Anderson. A good washerwoman is desirous of accepting washing at home or go will out washing. fe*«i Mrs. Hirschbeck, Tel. 1021 118 Jefferson St. Adv. 50 Nothing better than silver ware or aluminum or some of the many other use ful gifts we have stocked to meet your needs for the Christmas season. Look them over. C. A. Stolz. Peter Permantgen and family of Effington S. Dakota, spent last week visiting with his mother and brother in this city and in Milford. His wife and two sons accompanied him on the trip which was made by auto. They re turned Sunday. Arthur Bowen, son of Thomas Bowen, founder of the first newspaper in Sleepy Eye, died last week in Chicago. He was a cartoonist. His father was well known in New Ulm in early days. Burial will take place at Sleepy Eye. How about skates for the youngsters? Have they got them? If not why not a a pair to help Danty Claus fill up the stockings? Get them at our store. C. A. Stolz. Adv. A large number of the Essig young people took in the Armory dance last Saturday. Among them were Mr. andLouis Mrs. Roy Backer, Anna and Herman Rolloff, Otto Mielke, Alma and Walter Gareis, Leslie Albrecht, Irma and Aurelia Lambrecht and John Kemkes. The Fire Department Boys are mak ing big preparations for their annual ball which will be held at Turner Hall as usual on New Year's Eve. They never fail to have a good crowd and there is no question that they will have their usual happy time together, in the midst of their friends and admirers. Tonight and morrow night the Ruby Theatre management is showing the big picture, "Civilization" at the Ar mory. The prices that are asked for this great spectacle are remarkably low compared with those usually asked for such enormous productions and in fact are the cheapest at which the picture has ever been shown. The friends of Miss Anna Ubl arranged a birthday party and parcel shower comW bined in her honor last Thursday even ing at her home. About fifteen of her friends attended and the time was spent playing cards. Prizes were awarded to Miss Lena Wellner and Mrs. B. Groeb ner. Refreshments were served. LOST: Ladies small black pocketbook containing a few dollars in silver and a Yale key. Notify George Hogen, Tel. 3-3 Adv. 50 Crone Brothers announce that their store will be open evenings beginning with Thursday of this week. Other stores are likewise preparing for the yearly rush of late buyers and from now on the streets will gleam with" light and ring with voices of the shoppers. The snow that is gently sifting down will do its part to hasten the Christmas pre parations and Santa Claus will find the city awaiting his arrival in the same old way. A party of young folks from town, surprised Miss Erma Schreyer of Milford Thursday evening in honor of her birth day. Saturday evening she was surprised once more, when another party of young people from the neighborhood and town gathered at her home. Both eveningrs were spent in playing games. Miss Schreyer was presented with many beautiful gifts. All report having had a fine time. Owing to the fact that all the mer chants wanted to tell Review readers about their Christmas wares this week, the news has been crowded into less prominent places in the paper and the ads given right of way. Local items will be found on nearly every page in the issue and our readers are cordially invited to study the Christmas an nouncements in their place as at this time of the year the Christmas ads are really more interesting than anything that we can find in the town's daily do ings. Reads the ads, get the Christmas sprirts, go out and meet your acquain tances with a Christmas greeting and see how soon you will be feeling all the good old-time happiness of earlier Christman seasons. The spirit is con tagious and once it takes hold must run its course, and like a fever, every body feels better after having had a siege of it. Don't miss the infection! SOUR, ACED STOMACHS, GASES OR INDIGESTION Each "Pape's Diapepsin" digests 3000 grains food, ending all stomach misery in five minutes. Time it In five minutes all stom ach distress will go. No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching of gas, acid, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. Pape's Diapepsin is noted for Its speed in regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest stomach rem edy in the whole world and besides it is harmless. Put an end to stomach trouble forever by getting a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. You realize in five minutes how needless it Is to suf fer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. It's the quickest, surest 4 and most harmless stomach doctor in the world. 1 UBY COURTLAND G. W. Schlottmann and son Franklin drove to Cobden last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson spent a few days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Knudson. A party was given at the home of Precht last Wednesday night in honor of Mr. Precht's birthday. Rosa Poehler, Arthur Precht Emanuel Gieseke and Henry Ruise celebrated thier birthdays on Sunday evening. About twenty of the horses belonging to Mr. Smith, the contractor, have been shipped north to work in the Pineries. The remaining horses will be kept here until, spring in readiness for work in the gravel pit. Prof. A. Sylvester of St. Paul has moved his househo.d goods to this place and will begin his work as teacher in the parochial school where Prof. 'Raedeke formerly taught. D. L. Williams made a trip to Orton ville last week. Mrs. Herman Poehler who has been sick abed for about a week is able to be.around again.y •', ..-...•«. Courtland is proving to be a popular village in which to spend a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. Schivietzer of Elgin, Iowa have been spending a few days at Etter's and Rienhold Kasten and wife of Holyrood, Kan. have' been visiting with the Mr. Kasten's mother here. Mrs. Ida Schwantes visited the latter part of the week and the beginning of this with her daughter, Mrs. Theo. G. Budde at Minneapolis. FRIDA and SATURDAY DECEMBER 15th and 16th MATINE E SATURDAY AT 2.30 IS ANY GIRL SAFE? A tremendous five part Photodrama. Clean throughout, yet telling an amazing story of a World Wide Evil. Endorsed by Press, Public and Clergy. CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS NOT ADMITTED. Admission 25c to all. NERVOUS PEOPLE NEED THIS. DYNAMIC TONIC differs from the ordinary preparations known as tonics in several important particulars. It will do all that any ordinary tonic will do, but several points wherein it excels other preparations could be carried in mind. First. It has a sharp, pungently bitter taste. This is intentional. The bitter taste stimulates an imme diate flow of the gastric juices, thus pro viding for the digestion and assimilation of an increased quantity of food. It is, therefore, a real tonic and not a stimulant. Its action tends to build up the strength in a natural way rather than simply to bring increased work out of weakened muscles. Second. Nine-tenths of all persons who need a tonic are also more or less anaemic. The number of red corpuscles are below the average or normal standard. It has been found that iron, if assimilated, will almost immediately increase the proportion of red corpuscles. A rundown stomach, however, rebels at ordinary iron prepara tions. PENSLAR DYNAMIC TONIC con tains iron, but it contains it in the form of the citrophosphate, which is easily tolerated by a sensitive stomach. Third. Constipation is frequently the cause and occasionally the result of a general run-down condition and it is this constipation which prevents many a good tonic from working effectively in fact, the tincture of chloride of iron contained in some tonics is in itself con stipating. PENSLAR DYNAMIC TONIC is not constipating. It is in fact mildly laxative. The Magnesium Phosphate which it contains makes it more ex pensive but also very much more efficient. Fourth. Phosphorus is an import- and your mind will be relieved at once. A fine line of TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, and BOOKS. A strong lineTOILET CASESandMANICURE SETS. FOUNTAIN PENS are elegant gifts for anybody. AMERICAN MODEL BUILDERS WITH ELECTRIC MOTORS REXO and INJENTO CAMERAS, the best in the market. PERFUMERIES and TOILET WATERS of all descriptions. Columbia Graphophones and Double Disc Records "CHRISTMAS TREES" PIONEER DRUGSTORE ant constituent of nerve tissue and a person who is in a state of nervous ex haustion is also found to be eliminating an unusually large quantity of phos phates. In such cases phosphorus must be supplied in a form which can be ab sorbed and assimilated. In Penslar Dynamic Tonic the potas sium, calcium, magnesium, and iron are all supplied as salts of Phosphoric Aqid, thus making. Dynamic Tonic very rich in phosphorus. Fifth. The action of Penslar Dy namic Tonic is not temporary but continued. This is because, as already stated, the effectiveness of the remedy is partly due to the fact that it increases' the appetitie and causes a greater a mount of food to be assimilated. The strychnine-which it contains tones up the involuntary muscle tissue in the intestinal wall, for which reason strychnine in small doses is almost invariably made constituent of the best cathartic tablets. Sixth. Penslar Dynamic Tonic is non-alcoholic. Depression always fol lows alchoholic stimulation. A tonic which temporarily stimulates and is later followed by an equal amount of depression will do no good and in most cases will do harm. There is no depression following" the use of Penslar Dynamic Tonic. _^--— Sold only at Adv. 50-51 BACKER'S PHARMACY The board of County Commissioners were in session all day yesterdav, and were doubtful last night as to finishing the business on hand before today. The members were considering a petition for the construction of a ditch in the town ships of Burnstown and North Star. There is considerable opposition to the ditch, which if constructed will cost in the neighborhood of $80,000. you say its hard to make up I your mind what to get for I Xmas presents? Say! just come to w? the Pioneer Drug Store i.