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Mr. Chapman of the University farm
school, who is better known as "Un-
cle Norden," will deliver a lecture in
the school house of district 9, Fri
evenmg. He will talk on "Poultry."
Mr. Kempton and John Brinks were
passengers to Princeton on Tuesday.
Mrs. Peter Pluimer and son, Jake,
went to Iowa, Saturday. They went
to a cancer specialist there and Mrs.
Pluimer will have a cancer removed
from her breast. Mr. Pluimer has re
ceived word from them that although
the cancer is a bad one, the specialist
has hopes of curing it.
A small buttermaker arrived at the
F. H. Bartlett home last Wednesday.
The Milo Rural Telephone Co., held
its annual meeting Tuesday in the Mi
lo town house. The meeting was not
-very well attended. All the old offi
cers were re-elected with the excep
tion of Mr. Atkinson, who resigned,
and S. Groogsma was elected to fill
S. Wevell went to Minneapolis Mon
day, and returned Tuesday morning.
If anyone wishes to know the num
ber of ties on the railroad between this
place and Princeton, he may find out
by asking a certain young man tf
Pease, who counted them last Sun
Hubers & Timmer Co., shipped a
carload of cattle from here Tuesday.
The creamery shipped 65 tubs of
butter this week.
D. J. Fouquette spent Sunday at
Automobiles were seen in Pease for
the first time this year last Sunday.
Mr. Bartelt was out with his and L.
Talen of Woodward Brook was here
in his car.
Albert Kiel, manager of the Rudd
Lumber Co., office at Milaca, is taking
Jake Pluimer's place at the lumber
yard during his absence.
Mrs. Andrew Olson and son, Har
old, visited at the Warner Granlana
home in Bock last week.
Mr. Michaelson of Milaca was here
the fore part of the week doing some
work for Mr. Fouquette.
Bert Starkenburg is giving his po
tato warehouse a fresh coat of paint.
Ambrose Stanley of Princeton has
rented the Lind farm for the coming
year, and has moved onto same.
H. C. Humphrey has purchased a
horse from Alfred Erickson.
John Lind will leave soon for Iowa,
where he will be employed.
Matt Johnson has purchased a
horse from P. W. Jensen of Prince
Mrs. Hartman Camp is teaching a
month of school in the Bragg district,
substituting for Miss Anna Coleman.
Mrs. William Wehrend, Mrs. John
Boehn and Miss Nels Larson went to
Santiago last week for a day's visit
with Mrs. Alfred Wicktor.
Matt Johnson has purchased anew
Lawrence Snow of Brickton hais
rented John Lmd's 40-acre farm.
The St. Francis river bridge has
been repaired so teams can cross, but
it is unsafe for loads.
Paul Peterson came up from Min
neapolis recently to spend a few days
at Matt Johnson's.
Paul Peterson and Carl Johnson left
on Tuesday for the Red River valley,
in North Dakota, where they expect
to work the coming season.
It is reported that H. C. Humphrey
is doing some tall stunts in the line
of cooking since his wife went away.
Frank Spichall and wife entertained
the club last Friday evening.
Wayne Edmison of Greenbush is do
ing some carpenter work for Otto
John Bergstrom spent Sunday visit
ing friends in Santiago.
John Bergstrom saw a fine deer
near his home a week ago.
Ben Katz moved his palatial resi
dence from Baldwin to Blue Hill last
Sunday. Kaliher & King done the
Miss Josephine Johnson and her
scholars gave a surprise party at her
home on April 12th for Misses Edna
and Leona Wehrend, who are soon to
move to Greenbush. The afternoon
was''pleasantly spent with music and
games, and a nice supper was served.
The school presented them each with
a pretty breast pin.
Chas. Reichert has received two
span of horses and a new buggy from
his brother at Kennan, Wis.
The farmers are getting their sur
plus hay off the meadows, for it is
getting near the time for fires to run.
Mrs. Elmer Stevenson entered the
Northwestern hospital at Princeton
last Saturday for treatment.
John Tufte left for Duluth Satur
Miss Zelma Leonard Sundayed with
the home folks.
Mrs. Cohoes, Mrs. Leonard and Mar
tha and Mable Gramhill spent Thurs
day afternoon at H. Schumaker's.
Mr. and Mrs. Smart and Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Mulder and son spent Sun-
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Herb Campbell and wife were vis
itors at the Goniere home Sunday.
James Stacy sustained quite a loss
Sunday by fire. His new chicken coop
and a large nig house burned to the
ground. The wind was in his favor
or he would have lost his barn and
Mrs. Dorn returned Monday from
Minneapolis where she has been visit
ing friends for a few days.
The two Leisher boys left Monday
for the city.
We understand George and Roy
Shure have bought a new Ford car.
Now, girls, there will be something do
Aug. Thoma was in this vicinity on
Tuesday buying stock.
Fred Humphrey is clearing a piece
of timber land, getting it ready to
Mrs. A. Stacey was visiting at her
former home Monday.
No seeding done in this vicinity yet.
The roads around Cartwheel marsh
are something to dream about nights,
if you have anything to haul. The
grades are badly washed out across
Battle Brook in several places.
S Avery's Entire Stock of Fine Clothing and Furnishings 1
This is a sure-fire Closing Out Sale, and will be to your advantage to get busy RIGHT je
I AWAY and get what the family needs for a year. YOU WILL SAVE BIG MONEY!
The Building has been rented to J. A. Nyberg, to take possession Ma 1, and we must
POSITIVELY CLEAN UP BEFORE THAT TIME!
Th Aver Clothin Hous
day in Crown at the Beyer home.
Wm. Haase and Axel Perman put
up new windmills recently.
A few of the young folks spent a
most enjoyable evening Saturday at
Mr. and Mrs. Haase and family and
Wm. Block spent Sunday with friends
near Spencer Brook.
Callers at the Chas. Cohoes home
Sunday were Mr. Leonard and daugh
ter, Alice, Myrtle James, John John
Pete Lindell purchased a cow from
Leon Annis recently.
Nellie Neicen is working at Henry
Miss Annie Roadstrom has returned
home from Minneapolis.
Miss Ruth Peterson returned Satur
day evening after spending a week
with her mother in Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Borcher and Mr.
Ziebarth were visitors at J. W. Gates
last Tuesday evening.
Sunday visitors at Edward Hall's
were Miss Dahlquist, Charley Johnson,
George Johnson, Mrs. Everett Hall and
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ziebarth spent Sun
day morning at Pete Lindell's.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson spent
Sunday evening at Oliver Dibblee's.
Mrs. John Gates and Mrs. Pete Lin-
dell visited at Oscar Lingren's Mon
Mrs. Jim Thompson returned last
Saturday evening from a visit among
relatives in Iowa.
Otto Grapentine sawed wood for Jim
Sunday evening visitors at the John
Gates home were Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Hall and son and George Johnson.
Mrs. ...Hans Thompson departed for
Minneapolis last Friday, where she
will visit her sister for a few weeks.
Wm. Sullivan of Midland was a
Vineland caller Saturday and Sunday
of last week.
F. O. Foster of Wahkon was here
on business last Monday.
Chester Dewings of Garrison, was
a Vineland visitor last Sunday.
Harvey Van Winkle made a trip to
Onamia last Monday and reports the
roads in a very bad condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Kjenner from Min
neapolis, visited at the home of? the
latter's brother, Elmer Thompson, over
Mrs. Jessie Steeves and daughter,
and Miss Alma Petterson, visited at
Elm*r Thompson's Wednesday after
Mr. Worthington, who bought Mi
ner Jone's place, has commenced the
construction of a new house.
Mr. and Mrs
and children and Mrs. Will Thomas
visited at Nelson King's Sunday.
Orin Hamilton bought a horse from
Elmer Steeves last week.
Elmer Seaton and family visited at
O. Hamilton's over Sunday.
Jessie Steeves helped Orin Hamilton
Roy Nelson is working for Roy
Misses Alice and Edna Leander and
Ella Heruth were entertained Sunday
afternoon at H. Reiman's.
Mrs. R. Shaw spent Monday after
noon at J. Anderson's.
Mrs. Ben Sumser of Princeton call
ed at David Raiche's Saturday.
Miss Elvina Hartman and Agnes
Anderson and Alice and Edna Leander
visited the West school district No.
4, last Wednesday.
John Anderson is all smiles now-a
days. A son arrived at his home re
The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lu-
theran church will meet with Mrs. Au
gust Linstrom next Thursday, April
20. All are cordially invited to attend.
Miss A. Bauman and Mrs. H. Rei
man spent Sunday afternon at Ashaw
Eugene Cartwright Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peterson at Milaca
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D. Beckuis spent a few days at the
J. A. Hubert home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jump visited with
Miss Cora Groen is assisting with
the house work at the Talen home for
a while. Rev. Johnson of Princeton made a
few calls in our community on his
way to Milaca to take his assistant,
Mr. Watson, to that place.
The new proprietor of the J. Al
brecht home has arrived from Mon
tana with a carload of household ef
fects and horses. True to precedent
the neighbors turned out and helped
him move his goods from Pease last
J. M. Johnson, who recently ac
quired possession of the L. Saxon
farm, has employed several men to
clear off the brush and wood. The
men are camping in a tent, as Mr.
Saxon still lives in the house.
Sunday school next Sunday at 10
a. m. The time of the Christian En
deavor meeting has been changed
from 7:30 to 8:00 p. m. Everybody
welcome to these services.
The first automobile of the sea
son braved the mud and passed
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through here last Friday.
The town board viewed the bridges
last Friday. It was decided to remove
the culvert near the Reiber place and
put in a wooden bridge. The culvert
will be placed in the ditch west of that
place, thus doubling the capacity of
that bridge also. jf*
E. Hammon has commenced work'
on his new barn. Having put in the
foundation last fall before frost he is
now able to proceed with the carpen
ter work and get the benefit of the
slack time before seeding.
S. Veenstra lost a horse last week.
The Veenstras have been here only a
short time from Iowa and had pur
chased the horse only recently.
Miss Bertha Wittgren is doing the
house work at the Liepitz home while
Mrs. Liepitz is visiting with friends at
The state road is again in working
order. The bridge near the Jumir*^i
home having been temporarily repair
ed. Here is hoping that a substantial
bridge of sufficient size to carry the
water will be built this summer.
Neal Byl is again at his old job
sawing wood near Long Siding.
Spring is here. The school boys
have commenced playing ball the rob
ins and other birds have come, and
the peddlers have begun to stir again.
Oh yes, it is spring.
Miss Trynie Bekuis is assisting at\
the J. Timmer home near Pease with 4
spring house cleaning. W
Mr. and Mrs. J. Albrecht are stay- Y^
ing with her son, Frank, for a time
before leaving for Mankato.