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5*$rt, DANIEL WEBSTER HOM E HEALTH CLU EDITED BY DAVID H. REEDER BIRTHDAYS: I was just about to begin an article for this issue of the paper when ray telephone rang and I was called Out for an hour When I returned, I found a most exquisite bunch of freshly cut sweet peas on my desk with the follow ing beautiful reminder of the earth's revolutions. "Dear Dr. Reeder: This is your birthday. We are wishing you many happy returns of this anniversary. We are quite sure that you will live to be as famous as Edison or Burbank. You have climbed to a high plane, but you are going higher. You are try ing to give the people of the world finer bodies. It is a noble ideal, and we believe that you will grandly realize it. We are proud that we are working with you in our small capacities, helping in our little way to assist you in bringing this wonderful ideal to realization. From the Girls of Your Office." Over a quarter of a century ago I was asked to prepare a thesis for my degree of Doctor of Philosophy. I took for my subject the word "Time." I divided it into four parts, making each letter of the word stand for some thing definite. T-for Time, I-for Im Jmprovement, M-for Man, and E-for Eternity, or Time for improvement to fit man for eternity. I then went on to show that Time is the only thing in the universe that stands absolutely still. We measure our lives and everything around us by movements, energy, motion, ceaseless activity There is nothing still except time. The earth revolves in space We move from place to place and not an instant from the date of our con ception to the end of our physical life but what every atom and very electron of those atoms are in ceaseless activity and when our physical bodies are pro nounced dead or lifeless, the activity continues with ever greater force. Even as our lives are measured by motions so also our thoughts and act tions must be measured by their kind and quality. About this same time of the yeas, a quarter of a century ago, I heard a preacher say: "The greatest ambition in life worth striving for is to be of service to others," and I adopted that for my motto. 1 LAPORTE, INDIANA Spring Clean-up Campaign I might have followed in the easy and beaten path and have concentrat ed my activities on the accumulation of money and when I would part coii i)any with the physical body there would have been the usual column orfco about my wonderful success, but I am well content with the part I have chosen. Through my Home Health Club Work I have been able to render real service to my fellow man well up into the millions of people and that is better than millions of dollars. FOR THE MERCHANT: Make thorough inspection of your place of business. Remove all packing cases, barrels, rubbish and other inflammable material that may have accumulated in your basement or store-room during the wjnterV TJais is for your safety as well as your neighbors. FOR GENERAL MANAGERS sA Industrial plants, shops and factories. For the safety of your employes and your plant, follow the same suggestions offered above. ». FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER:" Clean house from garret to basement Keep the home free from rubbish and other inflammable material that may catch fire or aid it in spreading. The enthusiastic co-operation of those who help in serving you, and this especially applies to the publishers of this paper as well as my office helpers, is fully appreciated by me. The thing I am most grateful for is the vigorous, robust and rugged health which enables me at the age «i 64 years to do a larger day's work with greater ease than at any time in the past and also to know that I am still a student keenly alive to all of the wonderful discoveries that have been made recent years and especially along the lines of drugless therapy. I am also grateful for my five husky sons and two grandsons, all clean up standing fellows of the right sort. I am sure you will agree with me that years don't count wheti we live right and I assure you I am and hope to continue to be ready to serve you and yours until David Jr. can take up my work and let me play golf oftener. Club Notes. Mrs. J. H. of Ontario writes: Dear Doctor Reeder: It has been about four years since I have had oc casion to write to you for help and now it is for a neighbor My own family has been in splendid health since we adopted your Home Health Club way nearly twenty years ago. We are so thankful to have your articles in the paper every week and for* your club books. For every ail ment we refer immediately to the Home Health Club books and they have not failed us yet. One of our best neighbors have no children and they are so lonely. Can, anything be done for them? They are a fine, clean pair and abundantly able to care for the children they so ardently desire. Answer: There are occasionally born, persons who are sterile, mostly always the female of twins where one is a male. In other cases sterility may April 1st to Mriy 1st For the City of New Ulm May every Citizen help. TO CITY AND VILLAGE OFFICIALS: Urge every citizen" your town to take part this clean-up cmapaign. HENRY ENGEL, Chief, Fire Department. CHAS. BRUST, SR., Fire Marshal. Eat More Bread CALCULATIONS of Relative Food Value of the following articles were made by AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF BAKING, Chicago, Illinois the Retail Prices used are those quoted on February 6, 1922, by Mr. Sol. Westerfeld, Grocer, Chicago. (Former ly Secretary of Retail Grocers' Association): Eagle Rollef Mill Co 4 $& 'f f.,K,' a Commodity Retail Price 10 Cents will purchase* Round Steak 25 Cents per Pound ___356 Calories Lamb Chops __ ___35 cents per Pound J307 Calories Premium Ham 45 Cents per Pound 363 Calories Potatoes 4 Cents per Pound 738 Calories Bread "9" Cents per Pound "1330" Calories Milk ^_ 12 Cents per Quart .,..__517 Calories Eggs (tFresh) .43 Cents per Dozen „.»_. .197 Calories IT New Ulm, Minneso anesota ^^M W mi f.* MET J&fcv "•& Manufacturers of "****&*$>£ J* I and fcf^ GOLD COIN FLOUR have been caused by accident, by surgery, or by disease. Such cases are rare, however. In over two thousand homes that were childless in the United States and Canada prior to the giving out of the Home Health Club instructions, there are now healthy, happy children. Nearly all_of the instructions are in your Home Health Club Book, Vol ume 4, Parenthood., Lend it to your neighbor and then tell them to write for further details. Also secure copies of the March and April numbers of Physical Culture Magazine, New York. You will find in the March Number |an article by Benarr Macfadden about his family and in the April number an article by me which will interest all parents, past, present or prospective, (All readers of this publication are at liberty to write for information on any subject pertaining to health. Address all such letters to Dr. David H. Reeder, LaPorte, Indiana, with at least 6 cents in postage giving name and address in fuh. Miss Margaret Dineen of Sleepy Eye is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Vivian Dorn, of this city. Mrs. M. Helget and daughter, Miss Minnie of this city were visitors at the home of Mrs. Helget's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rewitzer at Sleepy Eye, last week. No job too small, and none too large -we are equipped to do your printing, STATE OF \IINNESOTA Qounty of Brown, ss. In District Court, Ninth Judicial District. Otto Wiedenmann and Hans Larson, Plaintiffs. vs. William Petermann, the un known heirs of said William Pe termann, deceased, Amalia Peter mann, the unknown heirs of said Amelia Petermann, deceased, W. Frisbie Lewis, Alma Gareis, formerly AlmaWiedenmann, and Fred Gareis, herhusband, HannaBurginger, Katie Dalueg, and Fntz Dalueg, her hus band, Minuta Radtke, and also all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, interest, or lien in the real estate described in the complaint herein, Defendants. SUMMONS. THE STATE OF MINNESOTA, to the above named Defendants. You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiffs in. the above entitled^ action, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Ninth Judicial District in and for the County of Brown and State of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complamt on the subscribers, at their office in the City of New Ulm 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 with in the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in theComplaint JDated Aonl 11th, 1922. 5 PFAENDER & ERICKSON, Plaintiff's Attorneys, New Ulm, Minnesota. STATE OF MINNESOTA County of Brawn, ss. In District Court. Ninth Judicial District. Otto Wiedenmann and Hans Larson, Plaintiffs. », vs/ t* William Petermann, the un known heirs of said William Pe termann, deceased, Amalia Peter mann, the unknown heirs of said Amalia Petermann, deceased. W. Frisbie Lewis, Alma Gareis, for merly Alma Wiedenmann, and Fred Gareis, her husband, Hanna Burgihger, Katie Dalueg, and Fritz Dalueg, her husband, Minuta Radtke, and also all other persons unknown claiming any right, VH-JTV Si im Ktw mm Review, Netr Ulm, Minn., Wednesday, April 12, title, estate, interest or lien in the real estate described in the Com plaint herein. Defendants. *$** *T* NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS.^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that an action has been commenced in this Court by the above named Plaintiffs against the above named De fendants that the object of said ac tion is to determine the rights of the jparties to this action respectively in and to the real estate hereinafter de scribed and to determine any adverse claims therein, and to obtain judg ment that the defendants and also all other persons unknown have no right, title, estate, interest or lien in or to the said real property or any part thereof and that the respective in terests of the plaintiffs in and to said real property are as alleged in the Complaint herein, which is on nle in the office of the Clerk of the above named court. K_, The real property affected by said action is situated in the County of Brown in the State Of Minnesota and is described as follows, to-wit: The North Eighty-one (81) acres of the Southwest Quarter (S W 1-4): North West Quarter of the Southeast Quarter fN W 1-4 of S E 1-4), all in Section Fourteen (14), Township One Hundred Ten (110) North, of Range Number Thirty-one (31) West Also all that portion of the West Half (W 1-2) of the Northeast Quarter (N E 1-4) of Section Number Fourteen (14), Township No. One Hundred Ten (110) North, of Range Thirty-One (31) West, lying South or Southerly of the Right-of-Way of the Chicago, North western Railway Company formerly Winona & St. Peter Railroad Company, as the same is located over and across the said West Half (W 1-2) of the said Northeast Quarter (N E 1-4) and also known, described and designated as Sublot "P" of said Section Number Fourteen (14), Township Number "One Hundred Ten (110) North, of Range No. Thirty-One (31) West,* Brown County, Minnesota, according to the plat of said Sublot "I" on file in the office of the Register of Deeds of Brown County, Minnesota, which plat was so filed on December 5th, 1921, and Numbered 62981. Dated April 11th, 1922. PFAENDER &TERICKSON, Plaintiff's Attorneys, Adv. 15-17. New Ulm, Minnesota. ORDER TO EXAMINE ACCOUNTS STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown, ss. a In Probate Courts Special Term, April 10th, 1922. In the Matter of the Estate of Carl Hammermeister, Deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Theodore Hammermeister, Executor of the^ estate of Carl Hammermeister, deceased, representing among other things, that he has fully administered said estate, and p'raying that a time and place be fixed for examining and allowing the final account of his ad ministration and for the 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 applica tion for the allowance of said claims and debts so paid by him and not yet allowed according to law be heard by this Court, on Friday the 5th day of May A.D. 1922 at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Probate Office, in the City of New Ulm in said county. And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons in terested by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in the New Ulm Review, a weekly newspaper, printed and published at New Ulm in said County, r* "2 A Dated at New Ulm, the 10th day of April, A. D. 1922. =9y, .« (.,-- By the Court," WM. B. MATHER, (Court Seal) A NOW, BEFORE YOU PUT IN YOUR GAft-fJ S DEN, IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR L/ 3 Judge of Probate. Adv. 15-17. *"f*C *:$&& Gas Service Pipes Lai $m Don't wait until your radishes and onions sprout before you remember that hot weather is coming when you will need Gas instead of coal and Wood Fires. .m^t Of course you expect guests for Home Coming Week. Then you must have gas for quick results in the kitchen and gas to keep the house cool for your guests. &B& fees CALL US UP AND WE WILL BE GLAD TO FURNISH ESTIMATES OF COST NEW UL GAS CO UN ^r if* t* TEL 293 **8 M* NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Road Dragging, Town of Sigel. Sealed bids will be received by the town €lerk of the Town of Sigel, Brown Co., Minn., up to 1 o'clock p. m. April 15, 1922. ., At said time bids will be opened at his office in said Town. The town board outlines two routes to two successful bidders in each road district. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Jos. G. Tauer, Town Clerk. Adv. 13-15c. f**#*w U^W Order for Hearing Guardians Ac count. State of Minnesota, County of Brown, ss. ^\*^T In Probate Court In the Mattel of the Guardianship of Conrad Groebner, Minor. Qn reading and filing the Petition of Chas. H^ Stuebe, Guardian of Conrad Groebner, the above named Minor. It is Ordered, pursuant to the prayer of said Petitioner, that a time be fixed for examining and allowing his account, that said account be examined and Petition heard by the Judge of this Court on the 2nd day of May 1922, at 10 o'clock the forenoon of that day, at'the Probate Office in said County. And it is Further Ordered, that public notice be given to all persons interested of the time and place of examining said account, by publishing a copy of this order in the New Ulm Review, a weekly newspaper, printed and published at New Ulm in said County, at least once in each week for 3 successive weeks prior to said day of such hearing. Dated at New Ulm, the 3rd day of AprirA. D. 1922. (Court Seal) WM. B. MATHER, 14-16 Judge of Probate. ORDER^ TO EXAMINE ACCOUNTS STATE OF MINNESOTA County of Brown ss. In Probate Court Special Term, April 3rd, 1922. In the matter of the estate of Con rad Groebner, Deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Herbert Groebner, Administrator of the estate of Conrad Groebner, de ceased, representing among other things, that he has fully administered said estate, and praying that a time, and place be fixed for examining and allowing the final account of his ad ministration and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to the parties entitled thereto by law: It Ms 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 al lowed according to law be heard by this Court, on Tuesday the 2nd day of May A. D. 1922 at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Probate Office, in the City of New Ulm in said County. And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons in terested by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in the New Ulm Review, a weekly newspaper, printed and published at New Ulm |n said Cojinty. "^f Dated at New Ulm, the 3rd day of April A. D. 1922. «J *J By the Court, 3l* WM. B. MATHER, Judge of Probate. (Court seal) Adv 14-16. ORDER TO EXAMINE ACCOUNTS STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown, ss. In Probate •Court, Special Term, April 3rd, 1922. In the matter of the e&tate of Louise Toberer Deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Anna Toberer and Elfrieda Toberer, Executors of the estate of Louise To berer deceased, representing among other thing?, that they have fully ad ministered said estate, and praying j* MARKET REPORT. j$ (Corrected April 11, 1922.) WHEAT— A,: A FLOUR— ^JJw*&& i£r&& Rye Flour, 100 lbs. 3.25 3.50 Compass 4.25 4 50 Angelina 4.25 4.50 Shorts, per 100 lbs. 1.35 1.45 Bran, per 100 lbs 1.25 1.35 Screenings, per sack 1.00 1.15 Creamery Butter, per lb.,„_ .45 Dairy Butter, per lb. »37 Potatoes, per bu. 1.50-\ Eggs, per dozen s20 Hogs, per 100,lbs 9.50 Veal Calves, live, per 100 lbs 6 25 Cows, live, per cwt. 4.00—5.00 Sheep, live, per cwt 4.00—5.00 Spring Chickens ,.., ^.16 Old Roosters 2 Ducks A .15 Geese .12 Turkey e4 .25 Hay, per ton. .08 ,05 Soft Coal, per ton 10.00—15.00 Hard Coal per ton 18.00—19.00 HIDES— M£ Beef Hides, 45 IBs. and up. .05 Beef Hides, 25-45 lbs. .05 Np. 1 Kip, 15-25 lbs Al06 No. 1 Calf Skins, 8-15 lbs, must be strictly short-haired ,#7 that a\ time and place be fixed fcr examining and allowing the final ac count of their administration and for the assignment of the residre 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 al lowed according to law be heard by this Court, on Tuesday the 2nd day of May A. D. 1922 at 10 c'clock A. M., at the Probate office, in the City ofNew Ulm in said county. And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be given toall persons interested by publishing this order once in «ach week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in the New Ulm Review, a weekly newspaper, printed and published at New Ulm in said County. Dated at New Ulm, the 3rd day of April A. D. 1922. By the Court, WM. B. MATHER, Judge of Probate. (Court Seal) Adv. 14-16 ORDER TO EXAMINE ACCOUNTS. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown, ss. In Probate Court, Special Term, March 27th,1922 In the matter of the estate of An dreas Dauer, Deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Victor A. Dauer, Executor of the estate of Andreas Dauer deceased, representing among other things, that he has fully administered said estate, and praying that a time and place be fixed for examining and allowing the final account of his administration and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to the parties entitled there to by law: It is Ordered, that said account be examined, and petition and applica tion for the allowance of said claims and debts so paid by him and not yet allowed according to law be heard by this Court, on Tuesday the 25th day of April A. D. 1922 at 10 o'clocl A. M.,-at the Probate Office, in the City of New Ulm in said County. And it is Further Ordered, that no tice 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 Ulm Review, a weekly newspaper, printed and published at New Ulm in said "County. Dated at New Ulm, the 27th day of March A. D. 1922. By the Court, (Court Seal) WM. B. MATHER 13-15. Judge of Probate. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Road Dragging, Town of Cotton wood. On Monday, April 10th, at the hour of 8 o'clock P. M„ the Town Board of Cottonwood will meet at the Town Clerk's Office for the purpose of re ceiving bicfs and letting the contract for Road dragging on roads numbered 1,2,3, 4 and 5. Plans and specifications are on file at the office of the Town Clerk. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. A. F. Haas, Town Clerk. GARDEN SEEDS i. £^, ff .•*? *N& No. 1 $1.46 No. 2 1.42 No 3^. 1.34 Rye, per bushel No. 2 .86 Barley .46 Oats .26 Corn m? .40 for Our seeds are all tested germination and are of the HIGHEST KNOWN QUALTY By Planting seeds of this class you are assured of success, providing soil and weather conditions are favorable.* ^u** 1 Try our New DeLue's Golden Giant Sweet Corn, Sudan Grass and Hubam Annual White Sweet Clover Cl -M MINNESOTA SEED, GO. NEW ULM, MINN. #r as© Jffitk* Bingham Bros. Dealen In Coal & Graic MEW ULM MINN. "That you may know more of Osteopathy** Consult DR. H. G. EDMISTON OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN New Weieer Block Phone Office 123 Howe 123L Calls Made Day and Night J£NEWULM,MINN^ Osteopaths are tnV olgfnal "Spine Adjusters" WM. J. VON BANK D. D. S. ZW&8 DENTIST Ws 4E§l0ffice in Ottomeyer Bldg. Tel. Residence, 150 JjfOffice 237. NEW ULM, S S S MINN." CHAS. EMMERICH a, PLUMBER fiJt^ fteftm and Hot Water Heating Gat FItUng.^1,^^,. Wt are prepared to dc all kinds' plumbing In a first-class manner. Do aot fall to call upon us when plumbers' larrteas an required, Minn, and Center Sts. Phone 281 New Ulm T. F. Hammermeister PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Arbes Bros.' new Drug Store Phanas: Omc« *& jT S. 892 IN. W. 85 1 N.W. 50 JOHN_HJNL E Fire Accidentj Tornado Healthl Hail Liability Auto Bonding Insurance Office: Ottomeyer Block. WHY NOT BOOST HOME PRODUCTS and Build With NEW ULM BRICK BRICK TILE BLOCKS GRAVEL Let us quote you prices NewUlmBrick&TileYfls. DR. F. J. PELANT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Over Arbes Bros. Drug Store PHONE Office, 360 PHONE Residence. 197 NEW ULM. MINN. Dr. O. C. Stnckler Dr. P. H. Dabbe DRS. STRICKLER & DUBBE PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS Office Over State Bank of New Ulm Office hours: 10 to 12 a. 1 to 4 p. Phones—Office, 60 Dr. Stnckler res,. 109 Dr. Dubbe res.150. NEW ULM, MINNESOTA P. W. SOUKUP ^PLUMBING AND HEATING Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Corner Minn, and 3rd North St. DR. A. V. SEIFERT, E N I S OFFICE OVER ARBES BROS. DRUGSTORE. Phone 11-L. New Ulm, Minn* ALBERT STEINHAUSER, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Review Special attention given to probating Estates. Practice In all Court* of the State and U. S. Courts. New Ulm. Minn. Dr. J. H. Vogel Dr. O. J. Seifert Drs. Vogel & Seifert Vogel Block zy 126 1-2 N. Minnesota St. NEW ULM, MINN. y,» TURNER HALL PROGRAM OF CLASSES IN GYM NASTICS 1st Boys* Class—6—10 years, Wednesday, 4—5 p. m. fs Saturday, 9—10 a. m. 2nd Boys* Class—10—14 years. Monday, 4:30—5:30 p. m. Thursday, 4:30-^5:30, p. m.# Juniors* Class—14—18 years. Monday, 7:30—8:30 p. m. Friday, 7:30—8:30 p. «n. Mens* Class—18 years and over. Tuesday, 8:15—10 p. m. Friday, 8:30—10 p. m. Seniors' Class. I Wednesday, 8:30—9:30 p.m. 1st Girls* Class—6—11 years. Tuesday, 4:30—5:30 p. m. Saturday, 10—11 a. m. 2nd Girls* Class—11—15 years. Tuesday, 5—6 p. m. 5 rL fc Friday, 4—5 p. m. 3rd Girls* Class—15—18 years. Wednesday, 7:30—8:30 p. n\. Saturday, 7:30—8:30 p. m. s-' lat Ladies* Class—Beginners. Thursday, 7:30—8 p.m. 2nd Ladies* Class—Advanced. Thursday, 8—9 p. m.\C Anton Leibold, Instructor.