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Are you in the habit of
reading our ads?
If not it is a good habit
to acquire as our ads save
Ladies don't throw that
corset away just because
the garters are worn out.
We sell garters all ready
to sew on. Per pair 15c.
We also have Baby gart
ers that save a mother
lots of time and we sell
them at per pair only
10c. Try them.
We are selling an un
usual number of Ladies
Union Suits. This kind
are easy to laundry, and
the price per suit is 50c.
White trimming beads,
Lots of them. Per Vial lOc.
If Red Winsor Ties. We
sell them for 25c.
There is no use throw
ing those shoes away be
cause the soles are worn
out. When this store
sells good Soles per
Shoe polish, paste or
a liquid. Black, white or
aprons in checks and
stripes in various colors.
An unusual bargain that
can't be beat at $1.29.
When you want Curtain
Scrims remember our
our prices are from 11 to
49c per yard.
at an unusual attractive
Next week we will have
something to say to MAY
BRIDES, we want you
girls to read this as this
store wants to help you
start your housekeeping.
THE WONDER STORE
A Wonderful Place to Trade.
No. 6 No. Minnesota Street.
New Ulm, Minn.
Get The Idea
MORE PRECIOUS THAN JEWELS
The Health of the children of today is the most precious thing in
the woHd. "The children of today are the men and women of tomorrow."
If your little child is sick, weak, puny or not properly developed in some
part of the body THERE MUST BE A CAUSE, and nine times out
of ten, it is found in the Spine. Do not wait with the expectation that
the child will outlive the weakness. Have the spine palpated and if
necessary adjusted. Many a boy, many a girl, has gone to a premature
grave and lingered through life a miserable cripple when a Spinal Analysis
made in infancy would have detected some weakness which Chiropractic
Adjustments would have corrected.
J. H." Crenshaw, Medical Doctor of St. Louis, says 75 per cent of
school children are afflicted with some form of Spinal curvature or spinal
defect, and this is the cause of many grave and dangerous diseases later
NATURE IS THE ONLY TRUE HEALER.
CHIROPRACTIC SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS ELIMINATE THE
CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE AND NATURE HEALS.
Theo Forbrook of Courtland Town
ship has returned there from Fort Win
gate, N. M.
Judge Cutting from Sleepy Eye at
tended to some business matters in
New Ulm last week.
Andrew Beeman, clerk at the Spring
field hotel is in New Ulm taking treat
ments for eye trouble.
Peter Giefer, from Thief River Falls
was in New Ulm several days last week
to attend to business matters.
Herman Schreyer visited with his
daughter, Mrs. Vincent Bird, in Spring
field last Wednesday and Thursday.
F. W. Martin from St. Peter was
called to New Ulm last Tuesday by the
serious illness of his brother, Henry
Mrs. J. G. Pelzl and daughter, Hilde
gard of Slee'py Eye, were visiting
local relatives and friends during the
Mrs. Frank Macho from Springfield
was in the city last week. She came to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Louis Macho
Mrs. P. J.«Staley and daughter Rose
from Mankato visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Held the latter
part of last week.
Miss Sylvia Marti visited with her
parents here last week. She has re
turned to Sleepy Eye where she is
attending the high school.
Otto Reinke and family of Minneapo
lis visited with local friends and relatives
several days last week. Mr. Reinke has
an important position with the Wash
burn-Crosby Co. in the Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fisher have re
turned to their home in New Ulm after
visiting at the H. F. Berkner home in
Sleepy Eye for several days. It will
be iemembered that Mr. Fisher recently
was discharged from the army.
Mrs. A. Frederickson has returned to
her home after a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Jensen in Spring
field. While there she attended the
Eastern Star meeting, at which the
Worthy Grand Matron of Minneapolis
Mrs. Baptist Schunk and daughter
Mrs. Frank Schneider, from Springfield
visited with the former's daughter, Mrs.
George Runnel who is confined to the
Loretto hospital in this city, the latter
part of last week. Mrs. Rummel re
cently submitted to an operation for
appendjcitis and, is getting along nicely.
J. H. Forster spent a week at Shako
pee, Minn., taking the mud baths there
John Henle made a business \isit to
the Twin Cities several days last week.
Mrs. Carl Harbo from Cambria has
been a patient at the Union Hospital
since last Wednesday.
Maurice Workmann, freight agent at
the North Western Station went to
his home in Tracy yesterday afternoon.
Rev. W. A Juedes was in Nicollet
Monday where he took charge of the
services in the Bethel church there.
Junita Uhlhorn from Mankato visit
ed at the John Krueger home several
days during the week.
Peter Schmidt and Joe Schutt of
Sleepy Eye came down for the Easter
dance at the Armory.
Gerard ZankI came home for Easter
from Collegeville, near St. Cloud uhere
he is attending school. He returned
this morning, his vacation being over.
Mr.v and Mrs. Martin Penning gave
an Easter Dinner for their children,
grand children and great grandchildren,
all of whom were present.
Mrs. John«E. Helget, daughter of
Wenzel Tauer of Mulligan township
passed away Sunday, April 13. She
was a victim of Influenza and is sur
vived by her husband and three little
O. H. Bieraugel writes the Review
that he has removed from Evarts, Al
berta, Canada, to Peace River, Alta.
Judging from previous letters received
from Mr. Bieraugel it must seem nice to
be where one hears something real about
"Peace" even if it's only the name of
John Luedke of Huron, S. D., spent
several days in the city during the week.
He says, there is no town like New Ulm
in the Northwest and he expects to be
settled here again with his wife as soon
as he is entitled to his pension from the
Chicago & Northwestern railroad which
will be in a few months.
Alois Eibner, son of Mayor and Mrs.
Willibald Eibner, who is taking an ad
vanced course in the art of baking at the
Dunwoody institute, Minneapolis, spent
the Easter holidays with his folks. He
arrived in the city on Friday and went
back to the Mill City on Monday.^!
Mrs. George Schmitt and little son
of Belgrade township are spending a
couple of weeks with Mrs. S^hmitt's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Itahsel
bruck. The family recently received
word from their son Emil that he is now
stationed at Mare Island, Cal., in the
United States/ He has been in the navy
for about four years, most of the time
fetng *be Philippine Islands.
"Yo Lack Health Because You Failed to Get the Idea."
NO CHARGE! No charge for consultation. The way to find out what I can do for you is to call for a
consultation. Places you under no obligation whatever.
DR. GEO SAXNMNN
New Ulm's Pioneer P. S. C. Chiropractor
Graduate P. S. C. U. C. A.
F. A. Gilbert came home from Mankato
to spend Easter with Mrs. Gilbert.
Herman Foss has removed to Court
land where he has taken charge of a
Miss Elizabeth Dougher from Carleton
College is spending the Easter vacation
visiting at her home in this city.
Walter Diepolder has left for Camp
Grant, 111., where he will be mustered
out of the service of his country. He
had been stationed at New York having
returned from overseas service recently
and came home to be present at the
interment of the remains of his mother.
Springfield citizens are looking fore
ward to the time when their town will
have a mile of paved streets. When
state road number 54 becomes a hard
highway throughout the county, Spring
field will haze paved streets, as cities
and villages under 2,500 come under the
act the same as rural districts.
Rud Christensen of Prairieville town-,
ship, who went into the service last July
and was sent almost directly to Europe
and was with the American Army of
Occupation when it marched into Ger
many, was recently operated upon for
appendicitis at a German hospital at
Meyen, Germany. Relatives received
word recently that he is recovering
Ben Alwin of New Ulm, a junior at
Hamline university, has been chosen
by Coach Baird as a member of the re
lay team which Hamline will enter in
the Drake Meet at Des Moines this
week. Alwin has been showing up ex
ceptionally well on the cinder path and
is expected to be an important factor
in bringing home the bacon for the Red
NOTICE TO ROAD CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received by the
County Board of Brown Co. Minn, at
the auditor's office at the Court House
at New Ulm, Minn., on the 15th day
of May, 1919 at 10 o'clock A. M. for
grading and placing culverts on 9
miles of road on S. R. No. 2, known as
Job 1912 and consistirtg of approxi
mately 63,000 cu. yds. of grading and
1,050 ft. culverts.
Plans are not complete, but informa
tion may be secured from C. N. Robert
son, Highway Engineer, at New Ulm
Certified chock of 5 per cent required
The right to reject and all bids
reserved. 'lu Iff
Dated at New Ulm, Minn.fIpril 21,
1919. LOUIS G. VOGEL,
(seal) County Auditor.
1. Slight subluxations at this point will cause so-called headaches,
eye diseases, deafness, epilepsy, vertigo, insomina, wry neck, facial
paralysis, locomotor ataxia, etc.
Mrs. Herman Wendt is visiting with
relatives and friends in Springfield and
The Ben Reinhart saloon building on
North Minnesota street has been pur
chased by J. W. Ulrich, and will be
occupied by him with his electrical
supplies. The property was formerly
owned by Alb. Schlumpberger. Gulden
Bros., plumbers, are planning to remove
into the store building vacated by Mr.
From the close of the Civil War up to
1916 the expenditures of this country
never were more than $,1,150,000 a year
but financial experts, —and among them
is James W. Good, chairman of the House
Appropriation committee, tell us that
the government will have to spend
almost ten times that much during
the present fiscal year, or $10,194,505,
049.00 No doubt, tax paying will be
great sport during the coming, years.
subluxation of a vertebra in this part of the spine is
the cause of so-called throat trouble, neuralgia, pain in the shoulders
and arms, goitre, nervous prostration, la grippe, dizziness, bleeding from
nose, disorder of gums, catarrh, etc.
3. The arrow head marked No. 3 locates the part of the spine
wherein subluxations will cause so-called bronchitis, felons, pain betweeen
the shoulder blades, rheumatism of the arms and shoulders, hay fever,
writers' cramp, etc.
vertebral subluxation at this point causes so-called nervous
ness, heart disease, asthma, pneumonia, tuberculosis, difficult breathing,
other lung troubles, etc.
5. Stomach and liver troubles, enlargement of the spleen, pleurisy
and a score of other troubles, so-called, are caused by subluxations in
this part of the spine, sometimes so light as to remain unnoticed by
others except the trained Chiropractor.
6. Here we find the cause of so-called gall stones, dyspepsia of
upper bowels, fevers, shingles, hiccough, worms, etc.
7. Bright's disease, diabetes, floating kidney, skin- disease, boils,
eruptions and other diseases, so-called, are caused by nerves being pinched
the spinal openings at this point.
8. Regulations of such troubles as so-called appendicitis, peritonitis,
lumbago, etc., follow Chiropractic adjustments at this point.
constipation, rectal troubles, sciatica, etc.,
when Chiropractic adjustments at this part of the spine will remove
10. A slight slippage of one or both innominate bones will likewise
produce so-called sciatica, together with many "diseases" of pelvis and
Ottomeyer Block ms 4-5-9-10
Remember the place
A Thing of The Past
The Necessity for War Time Flours' has
passed but the necessity of getting the most
possible nourishment for one's hard earned
money is greater than ever. To spend wisely
one must buy flour of proven quality
New Ulm Roller Mill Company
NEW ULM, MINN.
Armin Retzlaff who is still in France
recently sent an interesting paper to his
parents. It is an overseas edition of
the "Camp Dodger" published by the
88th Division. The aim of many of the
men the A. E. F. at present seems^to
be to enter school centers or universities.
The 88th division is now organizing a
Vocational School Center,^ When com
pleted there will be fifty hew barracks
for the housing, lecture rooms and work
shop purposes an administrative build-
New Ulm, Minn.
ing, a double hut, an aviation hangar
for entertainments and Swiss huts for
the instructors. All the popular courses
will be given, such as carpentry, me
chanical drawing, telephone repairing,
telegraphy, automobile repairing, agri
culture, economics, history and languages.
Other courses will be added as rapidly
as instructors can be secured. The total
number of applications for the various
courses numbered 6,500. 180 men have
been selected from this division to at
tend French or British universities. All
of the selected men are officers and en
Owing to the incessant rains and the
snow which fell during the past week the
Minnesota river has again reached the
high water mark. It is said that it has
reached a higher level than tlie first rise
this spring. It will be many weeks be
fore the farmers in the bottom land
districts will be able to sow a crop. The
situation is very bad. A
Ernst Schwerr of this city who has
been at Tracy for the past two weeks
has returned home because it is impossible
to do any carpenter work there on ac
count of the condition" of the roads.
It is out of the question to haul any
lumber as it takes two teams to haul
an empty wagon, to say nothing of a
load. The soil at Tracy is black dirt
with no gravel and Mr. Schwerr says
farmers there can not expect to get onto
their fields in time tojput in any small