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36S® Notice of Letting of Con tracts for Construction of Judicial Ditch No. 5, v" Brown and Cottonwood Counties. (Chapter 448 Laws 1907) yMfi» state of Minnesota, of Brown, s.s. Office of County Auditor. Notice is hereby Given: that on the 29th day of September 1919 at 10 o'clock a rn., at the office of the County Auditor the City of New Ulm, County of Brown, State of Minnesota, the under signed will sell the jobs and let the con tracts for the digging and construction of that certain ditch known as "Judicial Ditch No. 5," established by the order of the District Court of Brown County Ninth Judicial District, Minnesota, made and filed on the 26th day of June, 1919, to the lowest responsible bidders. That the approximate amount of the work of construction of said ditch is 300 lin. ft. of open ditch, 3,800 ft. of 22 inch tile., 1,900 ft. of 20-inch tile, 1,400 ft. of 18-mch tile, 1,600 ft. of 16-inch tile, 5,200 ft. of 14-mch tile, 4,500 ft of 12-inch tile, 3,050 ft of 10-inch tile, '2,900 ft of 9-mch tile, 4,000 ft. of 8-mch tile, 6,350 ft. of 7-mch tile, and 17,475 ft. of 6-mch tile also one concrete bulkhead, and that the estimated cost thereof is $22,133 45. engineer appointed by said courA to sur "vey said ditch now on file in the office of the clerk of said court that the accep- CHAS. EMMERICH PLUMBER Steam and Hot Water Heating Ga« Fitting. We are prepared to do all kinds of plumbing in a first-class manner. Do not fail to call upon ue when plumbers' Mrvtces are required Minn, and Center Sts Phone 281 New Ulm William Pfaender Agency GENERAL INSURANCE Insurance against fire, hail, toroado automobile,* accident and death in the beet of companies. Real estate bought and sold. Legal documents executed, loans ne gotiated, steamship tickets sold. hi. A. Bingham. A W. Bingham. Bingham Bros. Dealers in NEW ULM MINN. PIANO TUNING WRITE TO HUGO FREY Or Leave Orders at Schueller & Dorn Piano Store Successor to R. Jache 321 Washington Court Mankato, Minn •2 Look Out FOR YOUR OWN TERESTS 4 That bids for said work are hereby invited, both as an entire job under one contract and also separate jobs under separate contracts upon one or more sections of said ditch as indicated by the stakes set along the line thereof which bids shall be subject to the following conditions, to-wit That all such bids ., ^i ., ., and the same is hereby allowed from and shall be based upon the report orf the ., ,, ,,. v.- x. after the date of this Order,, in which all IN- Insist On Getting DANIEL WEBSTER FLOUR A It gives you the great-'" est returns for your money. MORE AND BETTER BREAD v-isr.,*^ AncF it's sold under the strongest guarantee that can Eagle Roller Mill Co. I ^NEW ULM, MINN. m* 3 a a a 3 & a a $ a & undergone marvelous changes pnce.then. %v tance of any and all such bids* shall be Qrdeiv^ to subject to the approval of said engineer $£* as to compliance with the plans and State of Minnesota^ specifications for said work that no such County of Brown, bid will be entertained on any part of said work which shall exceed the esti mated cost thereof, more than* thirty per cent: that each bid shall be accom panied by a certified check payable to It Appearing on proper proof by affidavit Carl Weschcke made and filed herein, as provided by law, that there are no debts against the estate of said deceased: 4 «, It is Ordered, That three months be 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 examination and allowance, or be forever barred. It is Further Ordered, that the first Monday in December 1919, 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 Ulm, 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 insaid Estate, by forthwith publishing this Order once in each week for three successive weeks in Dated at New UlmJ?Minn., this 11th day of August, 1919. J* By the Court, (Court Seal) WM B. MATHER, 34-36 Judge of Probate. Order for Hearing on Claims. State* of Minnesota, County of Brown, ss. In Probate Court, Special Term, August 29th, 1919. In the matter of the Estate of Andrew Kirsch, Deceased. Letters of Administration on the estate of Andrew Kirsch, deceased, late of the County of Brown and State of Minnesota, being granted to Joe Kirsch. *4 It is Ordered, that six 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 are required to file the same in the Probate Court of said County, for examination and allowance, or be forever barred It is Further Ordered, that the first Monday in March D. 1920 at 10 o'clock A. M., at a General Term of said Probate Court, to be held at the Probate Office the Court House in the City of New Ulm 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/ I the order of the undersigned for not less of Maria Pfeiffer, deceased, late of the than ten (10) per cent.of^the amount of city of New iJlm, in the County of such bids that any bidder whose Tjid Brown and the State of Minnesota shall be accepted shall enter into a being granted to Fred*Pfeiffer. contract and furnish bond for the jjer- It Appearing on proper proof by affi formance of the work in form as pre- davit Fred Pfeiffer made and filed herein, scribed by said engineer in his said as provided by law, that there are no report that the right to reject any and debts against the estate of said deceased: JW Order Within to Present Claims Three Months. State of Minnesota, .,/• County of Brown. ssT I'*-7 In Probate Court Special Term, August 11th, 1919. all bids is hereby reserved Dated New Ulm, Aug. 23,1919. LOUIS G. VOGEL, pounty^Auditdr^ Brown all persons having claims JOX demands W* M*? l&oJ^t County, Minn, against the *said deceased, if any there k. P. LARSON,^ 1 be, are required to file the sameniuthe County Auditor, Redwood Probate Court of said County, for County, Minn, examination and allowance, or be forever Adv. 35-37. ?4?*r*. *if^Hc~1barred. rtA i"5* In the Matter of the Estate of Hen riette Weschcke, Deceased. H$ Letters Testamentary on =the Estate of Hennette Weschcke deceased, lata of the City of New Ulm in the Qounty of Brown and the State of Minnesota being granted to Carl Weschcke. the New Ulm Review a weekly news-' moned and required to answer the paper printed and published in said complaint of the plaintiff herein, which County. s^%' And it is Further Ordered, that notice of such hearing be given to all creflitors and persons interested in said estate by forthwith publishing this order once each week for three successive weeks in the New Ulm Review, a weekly newspaper printed and published at New Ulm in said County. Dated at New Ulm, Minn, the 29th day of August A D. 1919«4*¥^||K^ -J,, *, By the Court^BJfe (Court Seal) WM. B. MATHER, Adv. 36-38. «/*fO#Judge of Probate. I HMiss (iff Antoinette Martin has returned from a visit at the Julius Rosenau home in Wmthrop fh -*Migs Jeah Treadwell from St. Peter was a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. L. Beecher, last week. Miss Delia Hagberg has returned to her home in Winthrop after aienjoyable visit at her home in this city. Miss Elizabeth Dougher left Saturday for Winnebago where she will be .in structor in the High school during the August Seharf from Boydf J'Mnin. Ifikted it the home of his nephew, Chas Seharf last week. He had not been in New Ulm since 1865 and says it has ^r Present Claims^ Three Months. N 5 In Probate Court, Special Term, August 28th, 1919. jM In the Mattervof the Estate of Maria Pfeiffer, Deceased. Letters" Testamentary on the Estate It is Ordered, that three months be and the same is hereby allowed from and after the date of this Order, in which It is Further Ordered, that the first 'Monday in December, 1919, at 1G o'clock a. m., at a General Term of said Probate Court, %p be held at the Court House in the City of New Ulm, in said ^.J^ County, be and the same hereby is *4 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 in once each week for three successive weeks in the New Ulm Review, a weekly news paper printed and published in said County. Dated at New Ulm, Minn., this 28th day of August, 1919. By the Courtr & %.MM (Court Seal) WM. B. MATHER, Adv. 36-38. kludge of Probate. d. Summons. State of Minnesota, County of Brown, ss. District Court, J* Ninth Judicial District/ Wenzel Schnobrich *. Plaintiff. vs. Louis Wichser, C. A. Reinke, Sigmund Schmidtill, Henry Hanschen, the un known heirs of said parties and also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein. Defendants. THE STATE OF MINNESOTA to the above named defendants: You and each of you are hereby sum- complaint is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court at his office in the Court House in the City of New Ulm, County of Brown and State of Minnesota and to serve a copy of your answer to such compjaint on the sub scriber at his office in the City of New Ulm in said Brown County within twenty days after the service of this summons upon you exclusive of the day of such service and if you fail so to answer said complaint within the time aforesaid the plaintiff will apply to said court for the relief demanded in the complaint. ALBERT STEINHAUSER, Plaintiffs Attorney, New Ulm, Minn. Dated August 27, 1919. Notice of Lis Pendens State of Minnesota, 3 & & 4V County of Brown, ss. District Court, ^r H1 Ninth Judicial District. Wenzel Schnobrich $ Plaintiff. ti" Louis Wichser, C. A. Reinke, Sigmund Schmidtill, Henry Hanschefi, the un known heirs of said parties' and. also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described the complaint herein, Defendants. 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 plaintiff adjudged the owner in fee simple of the real property in the complaint and here inafter described and to further adjudge that the defendants above named and also all other persons unknown have no right, title, estaffe, hen or interest in or to said real property or any part thereof. 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: *K*? Lots Numbers Nine (9), Ten (10), and (12) uvBlock Number One Hunted Eighty-six (186) North of Center Street in the City of New Ulm, according to the plat of said city on file in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for said Brown County. Dated August 27,1919 ALBERT STEINHAUSER? Plaintiff's Attorney, New Ulm, Adv. 36-38.. Minn. Miss Hilda Kienlen from Fairfax was a gue3t of NewUlm relatives during the Fair a W Anton Schuler front Bancroft/S. T., is enjoying a week's,visit at his,home in this cjty. H'. C. Fircgi recently disposed of hjs 170-acfe-farm located east of Nicollet,, to LelandJBarnes of.hLake Crystal for $175 per apr|.^ fit AUCTION! AUCTION! 0nvThursday, l§ept. ltth,-the5jmder- Terms of Sale: All sums under $10 cash all sums above $10 at one year time on good approved notes with interest at 7 per cent. MiOs^M Free Lunch at Noon, "^w^&iil1 WM. LANGHOFF, Owner, Dorn & Schueller, Auctioneers, Victor Quist,, Clerk, tv *^\v Adv. 36 AUCTION! AUCTION! AUCTION' S Wednesday, Sept. 17.fg The undersigned will sell at* Public Auction on hism farm, 9 miles N- 'W. of New Ulm, 8 1-2 miles s! W. of Gibbon, 14 miles/S. E. of Fairfax Sec. 17. West Newton, Township, at 10 a. m., sharp the following described property to wit: 1 Roan Mare, 5 ,years old, 1400 lbs. 1 Roan Horse, 5 years old, 1400 lbs. 1 Black Mare, 7 years old, 1350 lbs. 1 Black Horse, 9 years old, 1500 lbs. 1 Brown Horse, 12 years old, 1500 lbs. 1 Brown'Mare, 14 years old, 1350 lbs. 1 2-year Mare Colt 1 Yearling Colt 1 Spring Colt 15 Milch Cows, some milking, some coming 2 3-year-old. Heifers, coming fresh 2 ^2-year-old Steers 5 Yearling calves 1 Hereford Bull, 3 year old 1 Bull Calf, Hereford 50 Spring Pigs, Chester Whites, 1 Boar About 200 Chickens 3 Sets working Harness 1 set Buggy Harness 1 Single Harness Collars and Flynets 35 Acres Standing Corn 500 bu. Oats 30 tons Hay 1 7-ft. McCormick Binder, good as new 1 Deering Corn Binder 1 Mc Cormick Corn Shredder, new 1 16-shoe Kentucky Drill 1 McCormick Mower, 1 McCormick Hay Rake, 12 ft. 1 Deere Sulky plow 1 Emerson"1 Corn planter 1 2-row Cultivator, good as new 2 Smgle row cultivators 1 LaCrosse 16 disc 1 24-ft. harrow 1 3-sec. harrow 2 Truck wagons 1 Wagon complete 2 Hay Racks, one is new 1 Manure Scraper 2 Bob Sleighs 1 Single top buggy 11600-lb. Scale 4 Hay Slings 1 De Laval Cream Separator, No. 15 1 Pile of Lum ber, 500 feet 1 Grind Stone 1 16 18 Stack Cover 4 Lath Corn Cribs 7 cords of sawed and split wood ome Cream Cans Majestic Range 1 McCormick Corn Shredder, new Many other articles too numerous to mention. •*•, *?, Free Lunch at N l2 signed wilT selPat Public Auction on the S ?*&<***? September Wh the old*Martin farm, 5 miles east of Klosfr ner and 5 miles south of Lafayette and* 1G-miles east of New Ulm, at 10 a. m. sharpy the following property*, to wit: 4 Working Horses, 2 to 16 years old 1 Mare, 16 years old 1 Brood Mare, 4 years ola 1 2-year-old Cdlt 5 Milch Cows 4 lTyear-old Heifers 6 2-year-old Heifers coming in 2 BullsVl 1-year-old Steer 2 2-year-dld Steers 5 Calves 1G Sheep 45 Spring Pigs 1 Deering Corn Binder, 1 Deering Mower 1 Com plete Lumber Wagon 1 Bob Sleigh 1 Fanning Mill 1 Feed Mill 1 Sulky Plow 2 Riding Cultivators, 1 Double row 1 Corn Planter 1 Disc 1 Hay Rackj 1 Hog Rack 1 17004b. Scale 1 John Deere Manure Spreader 1 Set Wagon Springs l^ASet*Road Planks ffwitt Cart 2, CreanirCaifs 2 Gas Engines", 1*1-2 ft. p. and 1 p. 1 Pumpjack 2 50-gal. Oil Tank 1 Manure Scraper Galvaiuzed Water Tank 1 Feed Cooker 1 Sawing Rack 2 Set of Double Harness 1 Set of Single Har ness 2 Shoveling Boards 1 Tank Heater 1 Engine Truck 30 Acres of Standing Corn 10 Acres of Eodder Com in Shocks. Also a large number of other article8 too numerous to mention. 1 1 8 ?*terms of Sale: All sums under $10 cash. Over $10 one year's time at' 7 per cent on good bankable papers' GEORGE SCHWAB, Owner, Oswald & Greene, Auctioneers. Math. Walser, Adv.'stag, hMimm cierk- AUCTION! AUCTION! AUCTION! t? Monday, Sept. 8th. 1 The undersigned will sell at Public Auction on his farm 3 1-2 nuTes South west of Lafayette, 8 miles Northeast of New Ulm, Lafayette Twp., Sec. 16„ at 10.00 a. m., sharp, the following property, to wit: Horses and Cattle. 8 Working Horses, 3 to 15 years old 1 Spring Colt 16 Milch Cows 3 1-year old Heifers, 3 2-year-old Heifers 1 Bull 1 1-year-pld Bull 10 Spring Pigs. Farm Machinery and Miscellaneous^ new 1 McCormick Gorn Binder 1 Deer ing Mower, nearly new 3-Truck Wag&ns 1 Lumber Wagon 2 Bob Sleighs 1 2 seater, canopy top Buggy 1 1-seated, Buggy 1 Fanning Mill 1 Feed "Mill ,1 14-mch Gang Plow 1 Sulky Pkrw 2 Hand Plows 2 Riding Cultivators 1 Hand Cultivator 1 Cprn Sheller 1 17-shoe drill Seeder 1 Disc Harrow Hay Rakes 3 Hay Racks 2-sec* iron Harrow 1 26-sec. wood Harrow 1 Success Manure Spreader, 1 Set Wagon Springs 1 Set Road Planks 2 Cream Cans 1 1-h. p. Gas Engine, good as new l^De Laval Cream Separa tor, No. IT 3 Dozen Grain Bags 1 Grind Stone 2 Dozen Cow Ties 1 Galy. Water Tank, Cap.-8 bbL 4 Sets of Double Harness 1 Set of Single Harness 4 Sets of Fljmets jl00 Chickens About 30 acres of Standing Corii 10* tons of Hay 1 S^ltfeeder Heater Also a large number of articles too numerous to nien-. tion. Free Lunch at Noon, A #3*•"*««_ \l Terms of Sale: All sums under $t0 cash all sums above $10" at 'one year's ^time^ on^good approved^ not^s ^it interest at 7 per cen$. Jf| W W O N STADICK^Owne^'^TOrrT^I ScVeUer^ Auctioneers. Hehn^jQbJjsijn, Clerks A- undersigned will sell at Public auction in the Johanna Lieder farm in Milford Township *Sec. 9, 4 mfles Northwest of New Ulm and 4 miles Nortfceast of Essig at 10:00 a. m. sharp, the following property to wit: i/ Per. Stallion, 4 years* old, Black, Wgt. 1900 lbs. 1 Grey Mare, 5 years old, 1200 lbs 1 Black Gelding, 4 years old, 1200 lbs 1 Black Gelding, 9 years old, 1500 lbs 1 Bay Gelding, 7 years old, 1100 lbs 1 Bay Mare, 5 years old, 1100 lbs 1 Arabian, matched team, 24J0 lbs. age 7 and 4 years old 1 Sorrel Mare, 14 years old, 1200 lbs. 1 Sorrel Mare, 5 years old, 1200 lbs. 1 Black Mare, 3 years old 1200ilbs. 1 BUfck ^MLare, 8 years old 1150 lbs. 1 Bay Mare 7 years old 1150 lbs. 1 Bay Mare, 11 years tld UGO lbs^ 2 Sucking Colts, 4 months old 8 Milk Cows,-nearly all fresh 3 Heifers, 2 years old 1 Steer, 2 years old 1 Swiss Bull, 11-2 years old Swiss Bull, 8 months old 7 calves, 9 months old 1 Bull, 2 years old 1 Sow with 3 little pigs, wgt, 450 lbs. 23 Spring, pigs 50 Chickens 1 Bull dog, good cattle dog 1 Minnesota binder, almost new 1 McCormick corn binder, new 1 Mil waukee mower, newf 1 Fuller & Johnson gang plow, new 1 Janesville'gang plow, new 1 John Deere sulky *plow, new 1 Hand*Plow, new 1 Two-row cultivator, new 1 Riding Cultivator, new 1 Hand cultivator, new 1 Milwaukee mower 1 Manure Spreader 1 Hay rake, almost new 1 22-disc drill 1 16-shoe drill 1 Disc, corn planter 1 Disc harrow 1 4-sectioii wooden drag 2-section wooden drag 1 Truck wagon, nearly new 2 other Truck wagons 1 Lumber wagon 3 Wagon boxes 1 -2seated carriage 1 Single-top buggy 1 singly baggy 3 Hay racks 1 combination hog rack 1 Hog rack 1 Stickney gas engine, 7 hf p. 1 International gas engine, 1 1-2 h. p. 1 Galloway gas engine, 1 1-2 h. p. 1 Feed mill 1 Pumpjack '2 Galvan ized stock tanks 1 Hog chute 2 Fanning mills 5 sets of double harness 1 set of buggy hatness 1 Single buggy harness 5 sets Flynets 14 Work collars different sizes 1 set horse blankets 100 lbs. twine 4 sets of hay slings 40 yards of woven fencing 1* Grind Stone 1 Scraper 1 50-gal., oil tank 35 tons of good up land hay 5 acres of standing corn several acres of feed corn 1 stack cover, 24 18 2 sets of wagon springs 100 ft. rubber hose 2 Scoop boards 1 circle saw with bug 6 bu. good seed corn 2 doz. grain bags 1 swill cart several cords of fire wood 2 bob sleds 15 cow chains 2 log chains several "belts 1 New cook stove 1 Wood heater 1 self teeder 1 Phonograph 1 set dump boards 1 forge 1 cream separator cream can, 10 gals 2 milk pails 1 post auger, some blacksmith's toolfe, a large number of household goods 1 ton and onerhalf new Ford truck 1 new 260 foot hay rope 1 hay loader 1 6-bu. litter carrier with 60 yd. cable. Terms of Sale: All sums under $10 cash all sums above $10 at one year time on good approved notes with interest at 7 per cent. Free Lunch at Noon. ARTHUR GULDEN, Owner, Dorn &s Schueller, Auctioneers, A. Boock, Clerk. Adv. 34—36. AUCTIOW AUCTION! AUCTION! As I have sold my farm and will therefore quit farming I will sell at Public Auction on Tuesday, Sept. 9th, 1919 at my farm Northwest of New Ulm adjoining the city limits Milford town ship^ section 13., the following' property, to ^wit -at 10 A. M. sharp. 1 Black team Mares, 5 and 6 years old 1 Black Gelding, 4 years old 1 Black Gelding, 2 years'old 1 Black Gelding 13 years old 13 sheep. 1 Full Blood Short Horn Bull 7 months old, Registered 1 1-year old heifer 2 Roan Heifers, 2 years old 1 Red Heifer, 2 years 'old 1 Cow and Calf, Registered 1 Registered Heifer, 3 years old. The above stock is all full blooded Short Horn. 24 Pigs 1 Deering Binder 1 Deering Corn Binder, 1 Deering Mower 2 Truck Wagons 2 Bob Sleighs 1 Cutter 1 Single 1 peering Binder, 7-ft. cut, nearly Buggy 1 2-seated Carriage 1 Manure scraper 1 Sawing outfit with 24-inch circle saw 1 Emerson Sulky Plow 1 Deere Hand Plow 2 Riding Culti vators? 1 Hand Cultivator 1 Corn Plant er 1 Van Brust Disc Drill 1 Seeder 1 Disc Harrow 1 Hay Rake 2 Hay. Racks 1 Wood & Hog Rack 1 Drag cart 1 3-sec. Flexible Harrow 130\lbs. Twine 1 28-ft. Rubber Belt 1 Success Manure Spreader 1 Set Road Planks 1 Swill Cart 1 Sheep Clipper Several hundred feet of native lumber 1 Grind Stone 1 Sickle Grinder 6 Log chains 3 Horse Blankets Fur Robe 1 Set of Single Harness 2 Sets of Work Harness 1 Set of Buggy Harness 1 Saddle 2 Sets of Flynets 150 chickens 5 Acres fodder Corn 13 Acres of Standing Corn^ 1 Scraper^l Lath Cor$ Cribbing.^ Also a large number of other articles too numerous tojaention? y*J?j It will be well to attend ih^s safe as every article on Bill must be sold. Free Lunch at Noon. I Terms of Sale: AH sums under $10 cash *tt sums above $10 at 1 years time on good approved notes with in terest atJ per cent^j- WM HOFFMANN, "Owner, J?o 4& Schueller, Auctioneers, Citizens State Bank, Clerk. Adv. 35. A great many people from this commu nity attended the Brown County Fair", Tuesday, and a few motored to New Uhn for Wednesday's Fair. Among those, who have gone to the Twin Cities flr the state fair are Mr. and Mrs. Emory Price, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Evans^ Those who plan to go this week are Wrn^ J. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Dan* Harris," Arthur Duschane, Dave Price, Mis? Eleanor Price and Miss Deborah Davis,^ and Owen Evans. Mrs Mrs. Geo. Crawford and Mrs^ B. L. Tanley entertained the Cambria Ladies Aid at the home of Mrs. Tanley the 22nd of August. Much work was accomplished and a fine supper was served. Mrs. Dan Williams will jen? tail* the jnext meetingfof ^tnV Cir Ladies Aid at her home the after of the 12th of September?!* SAG Those from here who*motored to Fo» RidgIeyvto attend the annual meeting to commemorate the Sioux outbreak were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thomas, Mrsft^ James D. Price and Mr.-and Mrs. Daiifl^ Harris. ^fP^ Mr. and Mrs. Webster Davis plan t^-t££ to go^to Spearfish, South Dakota this week?. ii "v- ^x Eyan L*. Harris has purchased of a Courtland dealer, a new Paige auto mobile. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Evans motored here last week from Wadena, and are visiting relatives for a few days. The ajuction sale of D. C. Price last Friday was well attended. G. L. Fitch of Lake Chrystal was the auctioneer and F. H. Krook of New Ulm was the clerk. The sale amounted to about $4,0W. Mr. Price is building his new restaurant at Cambria and expects to have it com pleted about the middle of November. Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Griffiths and son 'William, are in Wisconsin, it being RevN.Griffiths vacation. He will visit at Bangor, Wild Rose, Racine, Milwaukee and Chicago before his return home. I Eddie Evans is clerking at his father's store, since his return from France. .A great many of the farmers here ace5 having their *herds of cattle tested for tuberculosis by the state veterinarian. Some herds are infected while in other cases some herds are all well. An agent was trying to get Cambria people to install a Delco electric light system. We are all anxious for an electric plant here but some think that the power company at Rapidan might extend their wires out in this direction. It is not known what will be done. Mrs. Luedke of Garvin is visiting with relatives here. The yield of small grains here is light but there- are good prospects for corn jg Mrs. Carl Harbs is visiting with her sisters in Wyoming. *f Miss Elizabeth Kurhue returned to her home Mankato after a visit with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. **f, Vogelpohl. mmkl #*&£'•* ?.^"V fX Peter Rasmusses of Linden township F*V^cS^^£e had th.e misfortune last week to strike C**dHT*^^3s a cow with his car: The animal be- jJfC,j^fe^ longed to Theo. Bolten and was injured to such an extent that it had to be %****%"*"*$& Miss FrlncKs Krai left for the Twin J§ THE^ATE SEASON- fYour sCtl &m garden is probably backward but we can supply you with New Potatoes Lettuce Radishes Young* Onions New Carrots Cftbbager^ Celery v^ Tomatoes Pineappl&p^ a **./s* -i*i Miss Agnes Lange visited at the home of her parents Stillwater the fore part of the week. a. J4%~ •. .*-- Mrs H. B. Patzold has returned to her home in Gibbon after recovering from an operation which she underwent recently at the Loretto hospital, VT^ ?a,? ass Cities last Wednesday where she will visit with her mother arid sisters-. Before ^^Ci^TB returning .home she will spend a weekjl^*** with Mrs. Wellington Murphy at ingford &*$$**&*' "Is ^MakS^fresf^rrMts and vegetables taste better than S ever before. A almost anytbjnet J* Chase & Sanborn and Coffees. i? -t 4F' ThrModel Grocery Wm. H. Bierbaum, Prop. Phone 72 IS N. Minn. St.