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FREE FROM DANDRUFI
Girls! Try it! Hair gets soft, fluffy anc
beautiful—Get a small bottle
If you care for heavy hair that glis
tens with beauty and is radiant "Witt
life has an incomparable softness anc
is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.
Just one application doubles the
beauty of your hair, besides1 it imme
diately dissolves every particle oi
dandruff. You can not have nice heavy
healthy hair if you have dandruff. Thfe
destructive scurf robs the hair of its
lustre, its strength and its very life,
and if not overcome it produces a fever
ishness and itching of the scalp the
hair roots famish, loosen and die then
the nair falls out fast. Surely get a
small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine
from any drug storo and just try it.
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Double Roll 15cts and Upwards
*Men are sure
getting wise to
says the tobacconistx
"An kind of plug
used to be good
enough for most of
nearly everybody is
beginning to learn
about the real to
of genuine Gravely
Good taste, smaller chew,
longer life is what makesGen*
uine Gravely cost less to chew
than ordinary tobacco,
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for booklet on cfiewing plqg.
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Plug packed in pouch
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When they come home every mother
will want to have the place the I boy
calls his own room look just the best
ever. Then there are other rooms to
brighten up in honor of his home
coming. Let us help you choose the
furniture anti rugs.
B. F. BUBNGER
jUk your Dracctet for CHT-CHES-TER'S
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS in ED and
GOLD metallic boxes, sealed with Blud
Ribbon. X&KB NO OTHBH. Bay of TOW
Drags!** and aak tor CHICHES.T£K8
DIAMOND BRAN PILLS, for twenty-L
years regarded as Best,Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
&SS> EVERYWHERE ffig
Roy Seemann of this city at present
is at Camp Cody, according to informa
tion received by the family.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Bethel
church will meet in the class rooms
tomorrow afternoon (Thursday.)
Fred Christiansen, the Register o*
Deeds, underwent an operation Monday.
At this writing he is getting along fairly
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Walrath and chil
dren spent the holidays visiting at the
home of the Mrs. Walrath's parents
in St. Peter. "7
Mrs. George Franta and daughter
Rose from Wabasso visited at the home
of Mrs. Rosa Franta several days during
John Schultz who underwent an oper
ation last week, is rapidly recovering
and will be able to leave the hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wicherski are the
happy parents of a stron and healthy
baby boy. Guess, the bowlers will
have to come across with their coin.
Mrs. D. Kogge underwent an opera
tion at the Union Hospital yesterday.
She is getting along as well as can be
expected. Her many friends wish her
a speedy recovery. £_*
The Eastern Star had a meeting at
the Masonic rooms Monday evening.
Initiation of members took place and the
Messers A. Frederickson, Wm. Mather
and C. W. Miller gave short addresses.
MRS. H. H.AMANN.
Among the latest victims of the in
fluenza epidemic which to a certain ex
tent is still raging in parts of the Dakotas
is Mrs. H. P. Hamann, sister-in-law of
Fred Hamann of this city^ the former
councilman. She died at Sykeston,
N. D., last Wednesday after a very short
Mrs. Hamann was born February 24,
1862 at Amboy, Minn. Her maiden
name was Sarah Siebert. On November
10, 1885 she was married to H. P. Ha
mann in the town of Linden, from where
they moved to New Ulm in the spring
of 1887. Here they lived until about
14 years ago when they went to North
The deceased is survived by her hus
band and 5 children, three boys and
two girls. Two of the boys are still in
the service of their country, while the
third was mustered out about a month
ago. Besides there are 4 brothers and
6 sisters who survive her one of them,
Mrs. Roland Evans, lives at Cambria.
Interment "was made in the cemetery
at Sykeston, the day after her death.
Saturday morning George Goblirsch
died at the sanitarium at Worthington
of tuberculosis. He had been taken to
the sanitarium last Thursday but the
disease had such a strong hold on him
that he lived only until Saturday, in
spite of the utmost care which he re-during
ceived, he deceased had been a vic
tim of tuberculosis the past two years
and since last fall has been unable to
George Goblirsch was born in 1897
and thus was in the prime of life when
death claimed him. He was born in
New Ulm and spent all of his short life
here. He worked in the mills for a num
ber of years and later worked with the
The deceased is survived by his grief
stricken mother, one sister, Rose, who
is at the Worthington sanitarium and
one brother Frank who is at home.
His father preceded him in death fifteen
Funeral services were held at the
Catholic church yesterday morning after
which the remains were interred in the
Martin Youngmann, a resident of
Sleepy Eye for the past thirty years
and who is well known by many here,
died at the home of his brother Phillip
last Tuesday noon. He had been a suf
ferer from cancer the last seven or eight
years of his life and death really came
as a relief to him.
Born in Germany, the deceased came
to America with his parents at ths early
age of seven years. The family first
settled at Sparta, Wis. There Mr.
Youngmann was joined in marriage to
Miss Mary Nenno who preceded him
in death four months ago.
About thirty years ago Mr. and Mrs.
Youngmann moved to Sleepy Eye and
have lived there ever since. He worked
at various jobs in the city and in the
country until his health failed him a
few years ago. No children were born
to the family.
Albert Nenno of this city is a nephew
of the deceased and also Frank Nenno
Funeral services we~e conducted Fri
day morning at the Catholic church
of Sleepy Eye and interment was made
in the Catholic cemetery of that city.
A very sad death occurred last Friday
evening at the Loretto hospital when Mr.
William Hoehne passed away at, 10:27
P. M. He suddenly took sick two weeks
ago last Sunday and the following Satur
day he was taken to the hospital having
hopes he would recover there, but he
steadily grew worse. His ailments were
kidney, stomach and bowel trouble.
Mr. Hoehne was born Sept. 6, 1872
on*a farm in Cottonwood, where he spent
his boyhood years. After he grew to
manhood he came" to New Ulm, where
he spent the rest of his life.
On September 26, 1894, he was mar
ried to his first wife, Miss Anna Luck,
who •preceded him in death. This union
was blessed with four children, all of
whom survive him. They are Mrs.
Albert Tepe, of Centuria, Wis. Herbert,
Grace and James, who are still at home.
On March 8, 1911, he was married
the second time to Miss Emma Luck,
who survives him with one child, Myrtle.
He is also survived by his aged mother,
5 sisters and 3 brothers.v
He was a good husband and father,
always cheerful and willing to lend a
helping hand to anybody in trouble.
The funeral was held Tuesday after
noon at 2 o'clock at the house, JRev. Al
CARD OF THANKS.
We take this method of conveying
our sincere and most heartfelt thanks to
all our kind friends who thru their ex
pressions of sympathy helped to alle
viate our suffering occasioned thru the
loss of our dearly belo/ved sons and
brothers .*«•'*' W I $
ALBERT and ARTHUR MACK
To all those who attended the funeral
we express our deepest gratitude. Es
pecially grateful are we to the pall
bearers, the donors of flowers and tocause
Albert Steinhauser for his words of
i^Mr, and Mrs. WM. MACK
Miss Adelaide Amann visited in the
Twin Cities Friday. ^K
Mankato and Madelia are planning to
have big celebrations on the fourth of
Miss Jeanette Meile from Rochester
is spending the Easter vacation visiting
at her home in this city.
Any of the soldiers who have not
yet received their $60 bonus should
take up the matter with Adolph Meile.
Miss Gladys Grussendorf from the
University of Minnesota spen!*the Easter
vacation visiting with her parents.
Miss Anna Hansen, teacher in the
Lincoln school, spent the Easter vaca
tion visiting with her sister in Minneapo
Mrs. John A. Dietz is visiting at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Conrad
Schweppe at St. James. Mrs. Schweppe
is quite ill.
Theodore Crone came home Good
Friday for a brief Easter visit with his
mother. Teddy is a student at the
L. 'E. Potter, former state senator
of this district, recently sold a heifer
at the Hereford sale in St. Paul for which
he received $2,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langmack and
Mrs. Joseph Classen from Springfield
made visits with friends in New Ulm
P. J. Arbes recently purchased the
Reinke property on South Minnesota
street, and the familyare planning to
remove into the new home in the near
The spring term of the district court
convened at Redwood Falls Monday.
Court Reporter W. T. Eckstein and
Judge Clague have returned to New
H. Henderson of Minneapolis arrived
a week ago to begin work at the Review
plant. Mrs. Henderson came Saturday
to make arrangements for setting up
Robert Liesch, Raymond Fesenmaier,
John Schneider, Hugo Forster and Corn
elius and Elmer Saffert who are stu
dents at St. Thomas College in St. Paul
spent the Easter Vacation visiting at
their homes in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Walters went to
LeSueur Friday afternoon to visit at
the home of Mrs Walter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Smith. Mrs.
Walter's brother, Corporal O. L. Smith
has just arrived home from overseas
The Herman Sisters entertained at
cards at Gebser's Hall Thursday even
ning and prizes were awarded as follows:
high, Mrs. Henry Engel second, Mrs.
George Gastler low, Mrs. John New
mann. A luncheon was served and all
enjoyed the social affair.
John Innes from Chicago is in New
Ulm, installing anew oven in the F. W.
Eibner bakery. It will be remembered
that an addition was built in the rear of
the Eibner "building during the early
winter months and the oven is being
placed in the new part. When the work
is completed Mr. Eibner will have a
modern bakery in every respect.
We Grind Our Own Lenses
102 No. Minn. St. Tel. 8r
LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER
10 Years Experience.
My Price One Per Cent.
Telephone or see me for dates.
FOR SALE: 8 Room brick house,
good barn, good well, on So. Minn. St.
Also other property. For informa
tion call on Jul. Krause, Phone 1043.
FOR SALE: "Point Lookout" 8 room
residence with allmodern conveniences,
spring' water, good barn and garage.
15 lots. Enquire of
Albert Steinhauser or
Adv. lOtf. Andrew Steinmetz.
IF YOURCHILD IS CROSS,
Look, Mother! If tongue Is coated,
cleanse little bowels with "Call-.
fornia Syrup of Figs."
Mothers can rest easy after1 giving
"California Syrup of Figs," because in
a few hours all the clogged-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
they know its action *on the stom
ach, liver and bowels is prompt and sura
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Syrup -of Figs," which eon
tains directions for babies, children^ of
all ttgee and for grown-ups,
Dan Wendland returned from Sleepy
Eye Tuesday. He had been visiting
with friends there. „t
Henry Moll went to Sanborn Monday
to" look after business matters in connec
tion with his farm there.
George Vetter from Gibbon visited
at his home in this city several days, re-1
turning to his duties the forepart of
John Schneider has returned to his
duties at St. Thomas College, St. Paul,
after a short vacation which he enjoyed
in this "city.
Miss Hilda Sandmann from Morgan
visited at the Adolph Sandmann home
during the week. She returned home
Rev. C. Hohn and family will leave
for the Twin Cities tomorrow where
they will make a several days' visit
Dr. A. J. Case from Fargo, N. D., ar
rived in New Ulm the forepart of the
week and is giving his father attention.
The latter had an accident recently
and fractured his ankle.
The State Conference of the Evangelic
al Bethel Church will be held at Paynes
ville next week. Bishop Seager from
Naperville will preside at these meet
ings. Rev. W. A. Juedes of this city
will leave Monday to be present during
We Are Experts In Our Line
We can claim the above distinction be
cause we are able to prove it. Out of the
many hundred of customers that we have
served during the past few months we have
not had one complaint.
We guarantee our work—that's why we
do it right.
We know our business—that's why we
guarantee our work.
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Retreading, Repairing and Vulcanizing.
Phone 201 411 Second North
At Very Small Cost
this house was made at
tractive and permanent
The beautiful house in the picture was once
an old frame residence, but with the aid of
Kragstone Stucco it was made practically new
at little expense.
We can remodel YOUR building in the same
manner. W can make any old frame or brick
house or garage into a handsome stucco struc
ture that everyone will admire that will be
fireproof and permanent. This wonderful mater
ial—Kragstone-^is a magnesite stucco it does
not check or crack or discolor. You can have
your choice of any color or finish phone us
and we'll arrange to show you samples. &?£M£'
Harry Heymann of Huron, S. D. was
home to spend the Easter vacation with
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John Wendt residing off South Ger
man street purchased a new Oakland
touring car this week and is now getting
experience at running it.
Henry F. Schrader left for St. Peter
Tuesday where he will attend to business
matters and also visit with relatives.
Dr. Roland Mayer returned to Cres
bard, N. D. Monday after a short visit
I at his home in this city.
I Children's week will be observed from
April 27 to May 4 by all the Brown
county churches. This is a nation
wide campaign and the purpose is to
exercise the religious education of the
children. This is the second time this
campaign is being held.
Have you thought that your car may
burn, be stolen, or you may have an
accident and do personal injury to some
one? Why not dispose of your worry,
by insuring your car in a good reliable
Company. We will be pleased to quote
you prices on all kinds of auto insurance.
JOHN HENLE, agent.
WANTED—at once 2 girls for general
housework. Must be neat. Write
C. Speer, Havelock, la. Adv. 17.
FOR SALE:—3 burner oil stove and
1 cooking, stove. Tel. 356.* adv. 17