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Non-Partisan Candidate for County Commissioner in the 4 is N Towns of Ridgely, West Newton, Lafayette and Brighton Kindly solicits you1" support at ohe prim aries June 17th. H. C. PETERSON Candidate for Register of Deeds Sleepy FyJ~ popular citizen who hss served as City Recorder for many years and who we all hope, secures the nomin ation and election for register of deed?. No higher class citizen or more popu lar man can be found in town than he. .J^t us all boost for his nomination and election.—Sleepy Eye Herald-Dispatch, June 12, 1914. For Register of Deeds, H. C. Peter son is the man, for several reasons. First of all, he is very capable and would ably execute the duties of this important office. He is an honest and faithful worker and has willingly done many odd jobs and little favors, both for the city of Sleepy Eye and the county. •—Sleepy Eye Progressive. H. C. Peterson, the well known merchant of Sleepy E\e, has made it known that he will again enter the com ing campaign in Erown County for the purpose of attempting to pry Register of Deeds Fred. Christiansen loose from his job. Mr. Peterson is an obliging gentleman and tie high esteem in which tv« a fcv- is W i=-wrmme„ Ls best attested to in the number of offices he holds in Sleepy Eye. For ten years he has served as city recorder, three "years city assessor,- has been secretary of various lodges and is now the secre tary of the Commercial Club.—Spring field Advance. FOR REPRESENTATIVE OF BROWN COUNTY I herewith announce myself as a candidate for Representative of Brown County and kindly solicit the vote and support of the citizens at the primary election, June 17th. It will be my aim, if elected, to give all the people a square deal. A. S. DORN. (Political advertisement prepared and paid jor by Louis Spelbrint.) I wish my friends and the members of the Non-partisan League in th^s county to know that I am certainly in the race for the office of Representative of Brown County and I ask the support !and assistance of every voter who /honestly believes in the principles which the League and I repiesent. I intend, if elected, to work for the following, among other things: The Tonnage Tax and the Farmers Hail Insurance Law. .y^You have known me and my record 'for years. I have held public offices ever since I was 21 years of age. I have been Chairman of the Town Board for years, and at present I am manager of the Essig Co-operative Shipping Asso ciation. I respectfully solicit your vote -and support at the Primaries, June 17. LOUIS SPELBRINK. 1 Judge WillardL. COMSTOCK Democratic Candidate for Governor of Minnesota (Primaries June 17) aasure,y°" I hereby announce myself as a can didate for Register of Deed of Brown County. Your support and vote will be greatly appreciated. stand for more than, loyalty^I stand for patriot ism and the upbuilding ofAmerican Ai standards." "The executive de partment of the state owes to the people the establishment of a defi nately constructive, formative and pro gressive policy without wavering or uncertain- Now District Court Judge at Mankato 12 years on bench as Special and Municipal Judge one term in Minnesota Legisla ture. Born in Mankato in 1861 Farmer and School Teacher for 6 years on Mankato School Board 6 years served 10 years in National Guard, attained rank Captain Co. F, M. N. G., (his only sorbis now a Lieutenant in U. S. National Army) president Nat ional Safety League of Mankato, and engaged in various forms of Public Service for 40 years. On account of his wide range of experience (as stated above) John Lind said of him: 'J have known Judge Comstock a long, long time. I knew him as student- teacher -lawyer legislator -judge all the while a student of political economy and social questions a great "r'f?1" of Minnesota will nave had in a quarter of a century." What Judge COMSTOCK stands for:— Maintenance of organized and vigorous support to National Administration during the War. Liberal program of advancing Public Education, notwithstanding the War. New State Department of Agriculture to improve lands within Minnesota and promote settlement. A plan for use of state creditharmonizing with the Federal Farm Loan Policy. Tax Law revision so that all propery, invisible as well as visible, shall bear its just share. Prudent extension of State high ways and better roads. Rigid enforcement of State's Liquor Laws. Active co-operation with the National Labor De partment, and grateful appreciation of the patriotic attitude of labor at this crisis, when a peaceful solution of labor problems may mean the life and success of our Soldier Sons in Europe. CANDIDATE FOR REGISTER DEEDS that make him governor, he mill be the biggest governor the state Judge Comstock's candidacy is due to a demand from all over Minnesota to find the man for the job—not a job for the man. Mankato vouches for Judge Comstock as true and tried—a man of the plain people—he has made good in every way—56 years a neighbor and friend, Mankato will feel honored to see her native son of Minnesota as Governor of the State. E. McGOWAN. FRANK CLAGUE A N I A E FOR DISTRICT JUDGE 9th Judicial District DR. L. A. FRITSCHE PHYS CUN & SURGEON O'H^e over Brown Co. Bank. New Clm. Mian. VI, A Bingham. A. W. Bingham. Lingham Bros. Datere in fi I ft NEW ULM MINN. -^hM^MM-^^ Judge COMSTOCK'S own words. "The first duty of democracy above all other things is to win the war and win it welL'•' "There must not be the slightest question. Popu lar government means equal protection under the law for the weak as well as the strong." "While our boys carry the Hag in the cause of democracy and humanity, it is our duty—yes, it shall be our pleasure to make every sacrifice, lim ited only by the exhaustion of our resources." "Woman's war work wins the right of suffrage." "Minnesota has recently been unjustly accused and unfairly prejudiced before the nation the task is ours to demonstrate that Minnesota is not only loyal but patriotic loyalty maybe compelled by law patriotism lies only in the hearts of men who are truly American." A I A I S N Prepared and issued for L. Comstock by 1 rkU E*I 1 lOC.lVir.1^1T 1 Comstock CampaigW. te AQ to be paid L. L. Champlin, Chairman, Mankato. Minn. OF Committee FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS i^H^^^^^^I^H S^B^B^B^B^BMi&t°l.'v~"»<. s^s^s^sHb :•%... A 1B^^H^B^B^B^B^^^HK&. ., ^^^BL -:^'. ^|^^H|^^K|^\ t^HHs^B^B^s^lss^BEEfc-*^vRjtflS^BH I take this method to announce my self as a candidate for Register of Deeds and respectfully solicit your vote and support at the primaries, June 17th, which will enable me to as pire f|r re-election at the fall election. FRED. CHRISTIANSEN. RE-ELECT PREUS J. A. STATE AUDITOR IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED Look, Mother! If tongue coated, cleanse little: bowels with "Call fbrnia Syrup of Figs." Mothers can rest easy after giving "California Syrup of Figs/' because in a few hours all. the cbgged-up waste, sour bile and fermenting food gently moves out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. Sick children needn't be coaxed to take this harmless "fruit laxative." Millions of mothers keep it bandy be cause they know its action-on the stom ach, liver and bowels is prompt and sure. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which con tains directions for babies, children, oi all ages and for grown-ups. ~=.**L I feb Am* Gmiri, MM A* -ItmymljmnOtictrtluuwikmmWM State of Minnesota. County of Brown, ss. District Court. Ninth Judicial District. Paul W. Hackbarth, Plaintiff, vs. J. T. Odegard, Louisa Cbnstans, G. A. Herrick, Horatio C. Cooper, Laura V. Cooper, Laura V. Linck, arid also all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, interest, or lien» in the real estate described in the com plaint herein, Ninth Judicial District. Paul W. Hackbarth, Plaintiff, J. T. Odegard, Louisa Constans, J. A. Herrick, Horatio C. Cooper, Laura V. Cooper, Laura V. Linck, and also all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, interest, or lien in the real estate described in the complaint herein, SP^^s^^sgjg Defendants. Summon The State of Minnesota, to the above named Defendants: You arid each of you are hereby sum moned and required to answer the com plaint of the plaintiff in the above en titled action, which is filed in the of fice of £he Clerk of the District Court of the Ninth Judicial District in and for the County of Brown and State of Min nesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on*the sub scribers at their office, in the City of New TJlm in said County, within twenty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 28th day of May, A. D. 1918. PFAENDER & ERICKSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff, New TJlm, Minnesota State of Minnesota, County of Brown ss. District Court. Defendants. Notice of Lis Pendens Notice is hereby given that an action has been commenced in this Court by the above named plaintiff against the above named defendants. That the object of said action is to have said plaintiff adjudged the owner in fee simple and entitled to the possession of the real property, in the complaint and hereinafter described, and to further adjudge/that the defendants, above named, and also all other persons or parties unknown' have no right, title, estate, interest or lien in or to said real property or any part thereof. That the real property affected by said action is situated in the County of Brown and State of Minnesota, and is described as follows, to-wit:— Lot Number Twelve (12) in Block Num ber one Hundred Three (103) South of Center Street in the City of New TJlm, according to the plat of said City on file in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for said County and State. Dated this|28th day of May, A. D. 1918. PFAENDER & ERICKSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 22-24 New TJlm, Minnesota. NOTICE The Town Board of supervisors of the town of Lafayette will meet at the Town Clerk's office on the 10th day of June 1918 at 10:00 o'clock A. M. for the purpose of receiving bids for the construction of a new steel and concrete bridge near the house of John Huels kamp. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Town Clerk's office. A certified check for 10 per cent of the bid must accompany all bids. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. By order of-Town Board of supervisors of town of Lafayette. v*,V. *^r? HEN' SIMMET, 21-St| ^f^fe"* ORDER TO PRESENT CLAIMS WITHIN THREE MONTHS State of Minnesota, County of Brown, ss. In Probate Court Special Term, June 4th, 1918. In the matter of the estate of Katie Wiedenmann, deceased. Letters of administration on the estate of Katie Wiedenmann deceased, late of the Township of Milford in the County of Brown and the State of Minnesota being granted to Herman Pf ender. It appearing on proper proof by af fidavit Herman Pfaender made and filed herein, as provided by law, that the:e are no debts againsftBe estate of said deceased: It is ordered, that three months be and the same is hereby allowed from and after the date of this order, in which all persons having claims or demands against the said deceased, if any/there be, are required to file the same in the Probate Court of said County, for ex amination and allowance, or be forever barred. It is further ordered, that the first Monday in Oct. 1918, at 10 o'clock, a. m., at a General Term of said Probate Court, to be held at the Court House in the City of New TJlm, 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 demands. 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 New TJlm Review, a weekly newspaper printed and published in said County. Dated at New TJlm, Minn., this 4th day of June 1918. By the Court, (Court Seal) WM.Bv MATHER, 24-26 Judge of Probate. ORDER TO EXAMINE ACCOUNTS, ETC. State of Minnesota, County of Brown, ss. In Probate Court, Special Term, June 5th 1918. In the matter of the estate of Marga retha Wiedenmann, deceased. On reading and filing the petzfcjon oi George Wiedenmann, executor of the estate of Margaretha Wiedenmann, de ceased, representing, among other things, that he has fully administeied said estate, and praying that a time and place be fixed for examining and allowing the account of his administration and for assignment of the residue of said estate to the parties entitled thereto by law. It is ordered, that said account be examined, and petition and application for the allowance of said claims and debts so paid by him and not yet allow ed according to law, be heard by this' Court on Monday the 8th day of July A. D. 1918, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Probate office in New TJlm, in said County. And it.is further ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested, by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the New TJlm Review, a weekly newspaper, printed and published at New TJlm, in said County. Dated at New TJlm, the'mh day of June A. D. 1918. By the Court, 24-26 WM. B. MATHER, (Court Seal) Judge of Probate ALONG ROUTE THREE The repeated rains bring the grass to the cutting stage, but our public roads to elevated ditches. There was a big barn dance in the new barn of Harvey Wellner. A good crowd was in attendance, and a good time was enjoyed. Anton Meidl is the owner of a new Reo. The only remedy for the Auto fever. ',',•. Somebody's car tried to take a walk without a driver, but as cars don't see, it struck a tree, in its path, as a result of which it is now being doctored at a local garage. Ed. Altmann,^Bill Meidl and John Altmann with their respective families and others took an auto trip to Redwood Monday. V_ A barn dance took place at Bieraugel's Saturday evening, at which, as usual, ^the young folks assembled, and enjoyed the evening. The Courtland-Brighton Pasturing Co. put up an automatic windmill on the well they had recently dug, to water their stock. rJ,-*~ *?&>S\ Sprinkling the road with gasoline is something new, but that's what Hugo Wellner did, although hrdidn Snow-it When he went -to start bis father's car, to go home from Harvey Wellner's, he A- tr, Be Will Welcome a pouch ol Real GRAVELY Chewing Ping Any gift from the folks back home means a lot to the boy. When you send him tobacco, let it be good tobacco—tobacco worth sending all that long way—the flat, compressed plug of Real Gravely. Give any man a chew of Real Gravely Plug, and he will tell you that's the kind to send. Send die best! Ordinary plug is false economy. It costs less per week to chew Real Gravely, because a small chew of it lasts a long while. If you smoke a pipe, slice Gravely with your knife and add a little to your smoking tobacco. It will give flavor—improve your smoke. SEND YOUR FRIEND IN THE U. S. SERVICE A POUCH OF GRAVELY Dealers all around here carry !t in 10c pouches. A 3e stamp will put it into his hands in any Training Camp or Seaport of the U. S. A. Even "over there" a 3c stamp will take it to him. P. B. GRAVELY TOBACCO COMPANY, Danville, Va. The Patent Pouch keeps it Fresh and Clean and Goad —It it not Real Gravely without this Protection Seal Established 1 8 3 1 1 saw two fellows slinking away from car. Another passenger saw an empty 5 gallon can standing at the rear, but. none thought or s^id anything, but while driving home they smelled gasoline: and upon investigation found that the== drain plug had been screwed out and alU but 2 1-2 of 15 gal. of gas had leaked*, out. CAMBRIA Mrs. E. D. Price returned home day from her two months stay with her daughter Mary in California. Mrs. Peter Roberts of Mankato fe visiting friends and relatives in Cambria and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Henry Jones C&' Butternut visited with Mrs. JaaesT, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben TanTey^ last Saturday. Norma and Robert Hughes returned to their home in Sleepy Eye after a week's visit with their aunt, Mrs. E. L, Harris. H. R. Hughes went to Garvin day to visit relatives. J. E. Thomas and Swan Danielsott made a quick trip to Mankato Saturday for tractor repairs. The friends of Esther Bowen surprised: her with a parcel shower at the home of E. L. Harris June 6. She was the re*. cipient of many useful articles.' .' Mr. and Mrs. Evan Roberts and a ily autoed to Mankato Thursday after noon to attend the graduation exercises held there. Dora Roberts has gone to Norths. Dakota for a two months stay with hem sister, Mrs. Will Evans. Mrs. Anne Luedke of Garvin is visifc— ing her daughter, Mrs. Will Evans foar a few days. Mrs. Morgan Evans is on the sick list & BHmferr si B?8B1§ 1 1 fr8m Sasi&l^: attended ihe Tkrif Stawipg drive sJL Lake Crystal last Friday night. Rev. J. M. Bain of Mankato wilk preach at the Woodman Hall next Surt-r- day, June the 16. GROCERY A LARGE VARIETY OF 8 TASTY THINGS TO EAT Cut Lunch Herring in 10,-lW pails Smoked Whitefish, best quality^ Canned Salmon, 15c to 40c -Canned Tuna Fish, 25c per cam Canned Sardines, 8c—25c Canned Fish Balls, 25c pet can. Canned Herring in Tomato Sauoe, 25c per can. Canned California Sardines in Tomato Sauce, 12V&c per can Canned Shrimp 15c per can. Canned Minced Sea Clams, 15c per can. Canned Deep Sea Crabs, 25c per can. Note our assortment of cheeses Prepared Rarebit Cheese. Camembert Cheese. Imported Roquefort and American Cheese. Pimento Cheese. Lim burger Cheese. Cream Cheese. Brick Cheese. Cottage Cheese. Green Chili Cheese. FRESH^FRUITS AND VEGE TABLES ALWAYS O HAND, Sole Agents for Chase Hz San—] horn's Teas and Coffeesli~ I Model Grocery Wm. H. Bierbaum, Propc Phone 72 18 N Minn. St.