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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 31 May 1893

J&U& I ?i- S Wtion call atten- t« he fact that we have accepted the agency for CHASE and SAN- BORN'S FAMOUS BOS- TON COFFEES and here- after we will have the Ex- clusive Sale of same for New Uhn nnd/vill carry a complete line of these un excelled Roasted Coffees- cxrja JOLT) Jeiv'er jiiyl&na Kerrey l\i© or)0icel\i0. EVAPORATED FRUITS a Krmis t5r)(jl x/eqelaDlcs! g4*h$\ our BEWARE OF FRAUD. __Aek for, and insist upon having W. JL.. DOVUL.AS SHOES. None sen line without \V. Li. Douglas name md price stamped on bottom. Look fovit when youbuy. Sold everywhere. „jr of $&fo •W. A a We carry the most complete line of Evap mted Fruits in the city, and want your trade on them and will please you bocn as to quality and prices. Evjryknown v-inety of Fruits and Vegetables j)iit UD in cans will he found with us If you want the best of anything in CriMciM-ies you •.viilnnd itat BehnKe's C-asfy Qroccr a.t)d Crockery n?aip. Thirty Decrees Below Zero is apt to cause the chilis to cre...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 7 June 1893

DEEP AND DAEK IGNATIUS. S writes Dr. Fish in the Current Issue of his Paper. "Facts which Show the Lizards' Trail to be Luminous by Comparison." "'Interesting Developments of falsehood and Fusion. '"So it Beads. In the Great West this veek Dr. Fish gets back at Donnelly as follows: This week our subscribers expect to read that an action for libel has been en tered against the chief conspirator of the fusion gang—and fifty thousand popu lists would rejoice thereat. But it can not be. The man who betrayed the la bor party in 1888 and took $1,700 for his old party tariff work, (and wrote "Caesar's Column" the same year) and who betrayed the cause again this year— is a wonderful schemer. Thank God, we are on to him now, and checkmate him before he gets us into his clutches. Ignatius Donnelly sits down and medi tates: If Dr. Fish gives all the facts of my career—if this fusion blunder and my infamous letters and circulars open his eyes, and if he gets the truth in re gard to my sell-out ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 7 June 1893

rM .rt^ipWWIM e^fJS^-p^FJ^fWf5 Vv?- A W ,-^ '^-JffJUvt *-J ^^t*f\~iiBJfrjs»om*«riiria»tt^r-ieoi3iBa!aiaKe»rcr.a JHeuS U.lrrj W 7 a 1S93. A I S I Pl'I V8IC1AN AND fc)l.iiiiEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Ofi'i*^ iu iJi»i'SO:i'ii W-'W .it id* Block' New iu. [~Ul. A A N N Oltice, '"orner Mii.tnaiot-ii am! Isi N. Street N E W UI..M. Mi N reeth-6xii«ct.!a wiuwui ii by tne use oi at lized air.n- nitron* osi'lo sf i*. 1 L. E Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block T£W DLM -. I N N extracted without pain by the ates a methods E1I1L "uTELLE Calls cither in tht city or country promptly and .satisfactorily attended to Oaiee in the Tdasonie Block, Second Floor. N E W I N N J)Li A. KOEtLNL Veterinary Surgeon. a in treated sick a a for re a I can conscientiously re my self to all who need the services of t. Veterinary Order nm bi- lefl at on el or Olson's J.ruir S to re N E W I N N A E. E I I N E D. V. S aiuif loei lib DEHTB I Office over Brown Comity Bank. Fine barn to the rear of the b...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 7 June 1893

SweetheartsFace -that's my wife's you know—wears 1 cheerful, life-is-worth-living expres sion, ever since 1 presented her a boxol nlK WHITE RUSSIAN She is always recommending Kzrk'& soaps to her friends—says she is through with experiments—has just what she needed to make labor easy, and ensure perfectly clean clothes She knows what she's talking about— lon't forget it. AS. S. KiRK & CO., Chicago. iusky Diamond Tar Soap S SPRING GOODS A Large StoeK of the Best Patterns -il the Merchant Tailoring Estalsiieo1 PKTKK MoEUKll, RKOP. The '_• IH1* ure of Foreign am' Domes lie mum utiin and ot siip'ii quality Tit (Il di mtcil y-? A N JCSEPflSCBMrCKEK^Prop, Pure beer sold in quantities to suit th« purchaser. Special attention paid to the bottling of bc«r. iat Market A S iSTUEBE.-^*- A large supply of fresh meats, sau sages, hams, lard, etc. constantly on hand. All orders from the country promptly attended to. Casli Paid for Hides F. BURG Mutiufacturerof and Dealer in TOBACCOS, PIPES....

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 7 June 1893

\s Jtato Ulm Review F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wednesday, June 7, 1893. Belittling Itself. Now that Dr. Briggsis out of the Pres byterian ohurrh, he will have a chance to o-row. The crib at which he has been feeding lately is by no means empty and a liberal patronage of the food within will make him truly great. As to the chinch which has seen fit to ostracise him, public opinion will soon pass its opinion. Not only has it be littled itself, but it has given the public a-chance to criticise and an opportunity to ridicule. The reason* for these are numerous. No church can put positive truth in to b)blical assertion by merely voting theieon, be the assembly ever so laige. Dr. Brigg's advanced ideas are enter tained by many of his own faith. Can the church afford to oust one and retain two or three hundred others who are spreading the same seeds rf so-called heresy? Is there any right by which a church can take to itself absolutism and com pel all its members to think alike? Every m...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 7 June 1893

GROCERIES CROCKERY GLASSWARE LAMPS CHAMBER SETS7 W keep a large stock of finest goods. Fine Fruits Candies and Nuts Lamp Chimneys Wood and Willow Ware Salt Fish Canned Goods Stock -elected with care. PFEFFERLE & FEXSCKE. Goods delivered to all Darts of the eitv. Statn of Minnesota, Count of Brown 1-ss. Probate Court. Special Term, Mav •ythii«. In the matter of rhe estate of Elizabeth K. Crandail. deceased. On Reading and tiling the Petition at a X. Crandail of Chicago, Illinois, representing, a other things, that Elizabeth R. Crandail, late ofChicago. 111.. on the'2th day of a a A. D. 1S93 at Chicago. Illinois, died intestate and being a resident of Cook county, Illinois at the time of her death, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this county.and at the said petitioner is the surviving a of said leceased, and praying that admin istration of s&id estate be to granted. It is ordered tha*- said petition be heard before the Judg of this Court, tin Fridav the 3 day of A. D...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 7 June 1893

if. ABBOTT ON BRIGGS The Plymouth Pastor Praises Prince- ton's Professor as a Prophet. He Endeavors to Prove the General Assembly, and Not Dr. Briggs, Heretical. Dr. Ecob of Albany Secedes from Pres- byterianism ami His Congregation Follows Him. N EW YORK, June &.—Rev. Dr. Ly man Abbott, in his sermon on the Briggs case at Plymouth church. Brooklyn, endeavoi-ed to prove that Dr. Briggs, and not the general assembly, during the last two years had defended the true Christian faith that it was not Dr. Bviggs that was heretical, but that the st ad taken by the general as sembly, was one whose, logical result was infidelity. Dr. Abbott spoke of the battle which has gone on from the clays of Moses down to the pivssnt be tween the ecclesiastic and the prophet the one maintaining that the institu tion is the essential thing, and the other that the individual personal life was the essential thing, and there could be no religious institution without it. He e3 claimed: '•Heretic 1 What is ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 7 June 1893

POPULAR ELECTIONS. THE STEADY GROWTH OF INTEREST IN STATE ELECTIONS. X-essons in Maj lie Drawn Fro the New Stale and National Elections—The 3 Pei enta of Voteis to the Population Greater In the Country. A comparison of the election I at 1 he «nd ot the last century about the me of the adoption of the constitution of the Unite States, with the re I for 1 he last presidential election, shows how the stiffi age has extended in the Unite States In Massachusetts, between l??^ and 1194, the proportion of votes cast to the population a from 2 to .* per cent In se\eia counties of the ite of N Yoi thei cast at the clection ot l^y almost one-third as a wits as thoie were inhabitants It is ih habit of a people to take to: id at the eailier lnstitu 'iTioijN ot tl i* Uiiilod States dei lociatie tl MI the pi on iruh Ul:-1 tau 1 cul tin &c and that the ot those S io to ]iiii pontic il pov oi in the h.'rris of a few l'i'i) and to If it awaj 7 1 from the N sue the )i is me out by election ii is ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 7 June 1893

call atten- tion to the fact that we have accepted the agency for GHASE and SAN BORN'S FAMOUS BOS- TON COFFEES and here- after we will have the Ex- clusive Sale of same for New Ulm and will carry a complete line of these un excelled Roasted Coffees- I'Tyocrjet icrnne 99 EVAPORATED FRUITS hsFuiis and \zeeiclalales! ern BEWARE OF FRAUD. _, Ask for* and insist upon having W L.. DOUGLAS SHOES. Nenesen line without W L» Douglas name ind price stamped on bottom, lioek for it when you buy. Sold everywhere. &i jHisTsraij^li NEW ULM *!s, -L We carry the most complete line of Evaporated Fruits in the city, and want your trade on them and will please you both as to quality and prices. *S{ fIf mmi Every known vinety of Fruits and Vegetables put up in cans will be found with us. you want tin best of anything in Groceries you will tinditat BelinKe's C.i'l\') 1 $ Yov,r *House £old? *&* czr ai?d Groc^erynjar^ Thirty Degrees Below Zero is apt to cause the chills to creep through your home, a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

"ik ^TT^PHi VOLUME XV. XC 25, AJIENT THE SOCIAL MALADY. it is Grave and Menacing, but "SotsoDan ^erGiis as Its Doctors and Brass. The Eemedy is in the Hands of the Victims, Whose Wounds Are Self Inflicted, Says Ex-Senator Insalls. Tiii- no form of power so tangible li-. .-Hi!i \I .Mini palpable, so positive 'ma -i) readily apprehended nstha' which -.", ![la-iii.- ami results from the posscs ioii of money. The desire for money the oi eon-taut and universal pas ion .iiiio!!^' nii'i! not always—seldom, '.K-rhaps for its own sake, but for its •HIM ipiences, its effects, what it coin nand- and what it brings. Millions care lothing for literary fame, for the re wards of ambition, tor military glory, nit everybody wants money. Manhood disregards the joys of youth and age -ink.- into apathy that is indifferent alike to the pleasures of love and the exulta tions of success, but the need of money -urvives the dec ty of the faculties, and ends only with Money intelligent ly employed m, cultiva...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

AX "J*5 L_ "'S*^'£ •VOLUME -ISTC MJENT THE SOCIALMALADY. |[t is Grave and Menacing, but "Nots$Dan i' gerous as Its Doctors and Drugs. The Eernedy is in the Hands of the Victims, Whose Wounds Are Self Inflicted, Says Ex-Senator Installs. 1 There i*. no form of power so tangible substantial and palpable, so po&ilirc 'md so iCJulili* apprehended as tha*. which accompanies and results from the posses sion of money. The desire for money 'ih the most constant and universal pas sion among men not always—seldom, •perhaps—for its own sake, but for its I'onseqiiences, its effects, what it com mand* and what it brings. Millions care aothing for literaly fame, for the re wards of ambition, for military glory, out everybody wants money. Manhood disregards the joys of youth and age sinks into apathy that is indifferent alike 'to the pleasures of love and the exulta tions of success^ but the need of money survives the de'cay of the faculties, and ends only with I Money intelligent ly emploj ei...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

%S m- JNjcy^ Ctlrg f\ci?icra? June 1.4, LSD3. RK. L. A. FrUTSCHE, PHYSICFAX AND Sina-iEOX Female Diseases a Specialty Ofaoft in W. Btvsoh's KywbrioL- block New Ul.m, £)R. A. MARDEN, UirU it ESI DENT IMSTIST. Oltiee. Comer Minnesota «i:i 1st N. Street NEW ULM, MINN I'eeth oxt: A«v« cl ^Hhu'.r o-e at lizod nil- or ii \-i'i- I L. (T. BELL. ii S a Cilice in tin- Meiidhm Bhck N E W ULM MINN Teet extracted without pair, liy the atest approved methods 7)11. E.M1L MUELLEK nTeteHfiary Sdrgeoii Qefitist Calls cither in the city or country promptly unci satisfactorily attended to. Office in the Masonic Block, Second Floor. NEW ULM MINN. A. KOEHNL, Veterinary Suryeon. Having treated sick animals for ye: I can conscientiously retv-nmiend self to all who need the services of competent Veterinary. Orders may left at I'liion Hotel or Olson's Or Store. E. BE1IXKE, f. V. S. \y&. UiRSCH. UJJ N EW ULM, MINN faira nm mm Office over Brown County Bank. Fine barn to the rear of the building, where hors...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

3 £)R. L. A. I S l¥. WO 1 ^.PHYSICIAN ANi'«int«EON JJj Female Diseases*a Specialty jpyH *, .* ^-Ofilcft in W. Boyscli's^^wB^L- Block/ NewUlntf'-' $ HARDEN, JJR. A. If^Jv RESIDENT ilkvriM'J, c'r^j.^ Office, Corner Minnesota .vtid 1st N. Street NEW ULM,g ^|l^ I'eeth extracted wilhoai* at lizod air or nitron" «ti't^ 1 13R J" !. MINIS V-iin ri? »*uw»»* 4 Resident *x\ FW^ L. G. E $ TiUlilll ii Office in theM-. tf£W ULM, MINNx: Teeth extracted without psvin U»eOwing atest apprmed methods. 7)R. B1IIL MUELLER A Veterinary S^eon $ fjeutlst Calls either in the city or country promptly and satisfactorily attended to. Office in,the Masonic Block, Scconci Floor. NEW ULM MINN. A. O E N E Veterinary iSuri/eon. Having treated sick animals for years I can conscientiously recommend my self to all who need the services of competent Veterinary. Order" may bb loft at Union Hotel or Olson's Drue Store. N E W ULM, MINN. A E. 13EHNKE, I. V. S. YK1IMTT. B333H H» |)R, HIRSCH, OEHTIST Office over Brown County...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

Women Will Vote as usual at the next school election but for many candidates. They giv a unanimous vote—every day in thi week—in favor of WHITE RUSSIAN because they know it has no equal as a labor and temper saver on wash-day. The "White Russian" is a great soap to use in hard or alkali water. Does not roughen or injure the hands—is per fectly safe to use on the finest fabrics, JAS. S, KiRK SJ CO., Chicago. Bnsky Diamon Tar Soap. "^SSSStf* ^gfifflffltifjsfifls.i* A Larue Storfc the: Best Pattern -i tlu ercbit Tailoring Esiablishmen' pKTKU MuKUKII, PHOT. 'I L.UI ,! 4 Casli Paid for Hides 3 3E5 I 1( iL 11 noil)OS i( 111 i. M1 (.1 Mi] quality Til (Tii.ir.mti il. AND vpf*^P ii iiKi-'^rcKPR. Prop,| Pun- iiccr sold in ^usintitii.'s to sv.it juir'-hnscr. Sju'cial attention paid to the •'lottlinir of in-cr. I SU'j'JlIV of fi'Csll UH'IllS. S.'U'. :.-v. ham- la:d etc -oi:ta tly oa hand. Ail ovdi-vs from the country proiajitly a'ii-norvi to URG Manufacturer of and Dealer hi CIGARS, TOBACCOS, P...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

1 if •J m^^^^^Mt^^^^^mmMm^m^Msm J(eW Ulm Review F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wednesday, June 14, 1893. The Infanta. For the next few days the Chicago pa p?r will bejustas full of Infanta asthe St Paul and Minneapolis papers have been of Jim Hill and his Great Northern rail road. Infanta simply means a female infant or in every day English parlance a she baby. But this remarkable infant is married and carries a husband with her. Infanta is therefore in this case nothing but a petname intended to serve as a nimbus about the royal person. What is it that gives the American people such craving for name and every thing that smells of royalty and nobillity, and what great blessing has this woman con ferred upon this nation? Why bless your soul, she discovered America, you know. She is just as much responsible for the discovery of America, as you and I are responsible for the eating of that apple in paradise. We did it in Adam you know, and she did it in Columbus. And if it is just and fa...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

8 GermanTheatre A UNION HALL JUNE 174, 18, 1892. Given by the ST. PAUL & MINNEAPOLIS. of Mrs. Bollman, the renowned singers, will appear both evening. Admission, 50 and 35 cents. Reserved seats to be had of W.Eibner. GROCERIES CROCKERY GLASSWARE LAMPS CHAMBER SETS. We keep a large stock of finest goods. Fin Fruit Candies and N a Chimneys I'olieic written in the best of compa nies, against FIRE. HAIL and t- TORNADOES. Real Estate Bought and Sold. Office over Baer & Seiter's store. Wm. Frank. John Benizin. (Qoliowrvoob TMUI& Custom grinding solicited. Will grind wh'.:ai for A (one eigth) or exchange 34 ihs. tionr, 5 lhs shorts and ." ]is. bran for one bushel of wheat. Flour and. feed sold at low prices and delivered at Ne I'liu free of expense. Fran tc Bent/.in O O S OFi',K,K--Ni-:\v I I\S NN CGI1GP Krop This house is the most centrally located hotel the city affords. Good Sample Rooms For the best of Liquors and Cigars the only place in the city Q] is at (Q) Cha$. Brus-t'...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

4' f* CefmdoTheatre .AT UNION E SfcUrcfcy $ Sunday JUNE 17& 18, 1892. Given by the of Dxt-eta I¥)J?S- $L- -t ST. PAUL & MINNEAPOLIS. Mrs. Bollinun, the renowned singers," will appear both evening. «, Admission, 50 and 35 cents. Reserved seats to be had of W. Eibner. GROCERIES CROCKERY GLASS W ARE LAMPS CHAMBER SETS. W keep a large stoek of finest goods. Fine Fruits Candies and Nuts Lamp Chimneys Wood and Willow Ware SaltFish Canned Goods Stoek selected with care. PFEFFERLE & FENSCKE. Goods delivered to all narts of the eitv. Grade Fully Warranted at Hauen stein's the Jeweler. No. 9 Masonic Blk. OS fnnin^fn, nsuranee and Dealer Real Estate. Policies written in the best of compa nies, against FIRE, HAIL and TORNADOES. ReaLEstate Bought and Sold. Office over Baer & Seiter's store. Wm. Frank. John Benjzin. (SLoiionmoob HMUI& Custom grinding solicited. Will grind wheat for -J- (one eigth) or exchange 34 ibs. flour, 5 lbs shorts and 3 lbs. bran for one bushel of wheat....

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

v* EYANSANDSONTAGf The Notorious Train Robbers and Offi- cers Have Another Battle Near Visalia. One of the Robbers Shot and Badly Wounded—Brought Into the Town. A South Dakota Boy Deliberately Murders His Baby Sister With a CJuli. SAN FRANCISCO, June 13.—A special dispatch from Visalia, Cal., says: A fight between officers and Evans and Sontag, took place during* the evening. During the conflict an officer was shot in the leg. Evans is probably mortally wounded, if not dead. At the time the wounded officer left the scene Evans was lying on the ground. Sontag escaped and took to the hills, followed by a heavy fire, which, how ever, it is believed, did not injure him, as it was dark and his retreating form could not be seen. H. I. Rapelje, dep uty sheriff of Fresno county, and Fred Jackson, an officer from Nevada, have been in the mountains for a week hunt ing for Evans'and Sontag. They were accompanied by Thomas Burns, the man who was with Deputy United States Marshal Black when he w...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

1^ 5 £5' •rv* mS mL"1 WMLs |Si 6*'''./ '.., fcp* AT' *iV-", ml & i^-t #a #K\ S^Tf-'* H§SL' iHfsi'* Hfes Hf lip •, E&1 Sk-,1" ^,\\- It'^ •'"•fit B& at •PI?' mm 2/ The Notorious Train Robbers and Offl- ccrs Hare Another Battle NeaT I a ii One of' Ac !fto!fe»8WKTO*B«»flf Wounded—Brought Into the^ %H A South Dakota Boy Deliberately ^JEiirder» Mis Baby ^ister With hV a Grifc. SAN FKANOISCO, Jane, 13.—A special dispatch from Visalia,f\Cal., says: A fight between'officers and Evans and Sontag.^took place during' the evening. During the conflict an officer was shot in the leg. Evans is probably mortally wounded, if not dead. At the time the wounded officer left the scene Evans was lying on the ground. Sontag escaped and took to the hills, followed by a heavy fire, which, how ever, it is believed, did not injure him, as it was dark and his retreating form could not be seen H. I. Rapelje, dep uty sheriff of Fresno county, and Fred Jackson, an officer from Nevada, have been in the ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 14 June 1893

TH E BAKER,AND UNDERTAKER. Y\ itlun EI (MOCK of houses, onr town's pride, 1 tionts v\ -m !,'ii'\uii! busmen btieot VinMoiCittLl' Kttcrl up ornate and ne it, W it'i suri.ss "UlM l."-ii si'Ahmpisto guide. vit Millie was Ml 'Hi ho mod L* a biVer Withalmc o\\ o' like «i«il bt'vx'l baked ro fn to P. tin fa itst float in town, 1 it tin (ii 'it 01 tindeiu kt or iiitii tl4 n-i-id vLekm^ b^titr c'o\er. i't IM nil I'HH business loin to oiber (i [I 1'iraiuiiiep'i oi -o fi la^r teis. 'i'l a' oi 1 hose ho-e I'mi is I ri ui' -turned \\'i\ tht nio'itiii\a\, 'i 'kii bold. "IV iiet-, m- HOW h\cd I O 1' i'nd( itn'.t "d, vi itli looks tt taic, not «i dt.itl liad ho in mi!i\ a daj. ih iids it line in New York Sun SARY juple c"4 AXD TOBE. »vo» weeks there had lie™ no serious t.r mv school on Raccoon tnonn taut The rule against the use of tobacco \.b no longer iexisted The married 1 were icininu well. bo. too. were die "i,id«s widow ei- and widow •." The 'ttle ones moie lovable everyday One morning, howe...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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