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-~*J!*%3dSai& Through the courtesy of the UNIONthis space is granted to the W The press super intendent assumes all responsibility for the sentiments and statements contained herein Our Motto "For God and Home and Native Land Our Badge A knot of white ribbon Our Aims Home protection, prohibition of the liquor traffic equal suffrage, one standard of morals, and the bringing about of a better public sentiment MBS E WHEELER, President, MRS JENNIE WOODCOCK, Secretary, MBS ADAFARNHAM Treasurer When Mrs. Leonora Barry Lake was introduced to the National convention she brought greetings from the Catholic Total Abstinance Union of America and added that she was an Irish woman born in that very beautiful city of Cork, an American by love and adoption, a Catholic by creed and allegiance, a total abstainer by principle, then to show her love for "our Mrs. Stevens" she imprinted a kiss on her cheek apd retired to her seat on the platform. 1 As a lesult of Miss Kearney's speech before the Georgia legisla tuie and the faithful work done by the W. C. T. U. the "Dispensary bill is defeated and stiaight prohi bition is the order." The Alabama legislature has passed a bill prohibiting the "sale of cigarettes Veiraont has passed a very strong law against cigaiettes which the governor has signed. The city of Richmond, Va., has passed the curfew law Duimg convention week Ad miial and Mrs Dewey received the Veimont delegation in their home, on Rhode Island avenue. The admiral, in his kindly, jovial manner, displayed the trophies of a long career as an officer, also the latei gifts following his achieve ments in Manila baythe swords, the loving cups, the immense sil ver urn, the books three feet square bound in silver and gold, etc. A collation was spread for the twenty four Vermonters who weie pres ent Dunne the lebuildmg of Mr.Monday Spmgeon's Metropolitan Taber nacle in London not a drop of liquor was diunk on the premises. So stated the builder, Mr. Higgs, at me dedicator}' sei vices. When building opeiations commenced the neai by liquor selleis sent men with sticks on which were slung cans 01 beei ioi the woikmen, but the\ weie promptly oideied ofl the pienwses by the foreman. And theie was no stiike among the woikmen because beei was pio-ing. hibited Here ib a suggestion for tempciance employers, not only in England but this country To lepiesentative of the Pitts buig Post, Mr E. Spencer Piatt, late consul geneial of the United States at Singapoie, made this stitement legaiding the conditions in Manila, in which city he spent the month of July. "An Amencan officei of high lank in the regular army, said to me on the eve of my departuie: Ton aie about to letuin to thequite United States. As a native Amei lcan, if you have any love foi your countiy, for God's sake tell the people at home what is being done heie undei the flag. I cannot spetjk, you can, and if you desae the peipetuation of the lepublic you will not remain silent.' fA. EFFIE A. BUKGAN. Thousands Sent Into Exile. Eveiyyeara large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked wilh coughs are urged to go to another chmate But this is co&tl\ and not always sure Don't be an exile when Dr King's New Discovery for consumption will cure you at home It's the most infallible medicine for coughs, colds, and all throat and lung diseases on earth. The first dose brings relief Astounding cures result from persistent use. Trial bottles free at Jack's. Price 50c and $100. Every bottle guaranteed I GERMANY. I Mrs John Viederwitch is rerunning ported to be seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. George Ransom, of Annandale, are visiting relatives here. Edward Cater and Hiram Har rington Jr. spent Sunday in Brad ford, returning Monday morning. August Meyers left Saturday for Mudgett's camp, where he will was injured by an accident. A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks. Prof Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, Vice President Illinois Woman's Alliance, in speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, says "I suffered with a se vere cold this winter which threatened to run into pneumonia I tried differ ent remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the medicine up^et my stom ach A friend advised me to try Cham berlain's Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to take and it relieved me at once I am now entirely recovered, saved a doctor's bill, time and suffer ing, and I will never be without this splendid medicine again Poj" sale by Princeton Drug Co SPENCER BROOK. H. W. Whiting made a business tup to Hastings last week. A party of young people went over the river and gave Robert King a surprise Friday evening. O. E. Thompson left last week foi Washington, where he will work in a mill for D. M. Clough. The protracted meetings which aie being held in the King school house have been well attended the last week. Miss Anna Whiting returned to her school at Elk Riv er, after spending a two weeks va cation at home. The dance given by the M. W.Liver A. lodge Christmas eve was a suc cess in every way, there being fifty three numbers out. There was a hunt-held in the vi cinity of the Brook Tuesdays and an oystei suppei in the evening. It has not been decided yet who will pa^ for the oystei s, as the le tuins weie not all in at this writ- It Girdles The Globe. The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, as the bet in the world, extends round the eai th It's the one perfect healer of cuts, corns, burjis, brumes, sores, scalds,, boils, ulcers, felons, aches, pains and all skin eruptions Onlv in fallible pile cute 25c a box at A. Jack's EDITH. A new boy arrived at the home of Joe Schiams last Wednesday. Joseph Bolster, who has been sick, is out on the street again A herd of sixteen deer was seen here one day last jveek. Who says the deer are all slain? Mr. Milton has sold his land in Sec. 26 and the purchaser will move his family here soon. J. W. Orton will move to the trading post soon. He will inn the engine in the new saw mill there.^ Mrs. Harrington returned Fri day from Elk River where she was called by the serious illness of her S sister. **fim vir^mTjdt^Mx^ turning home Sunday afternoon, by Rev. Olin, who is so well Miss Christina Thoma left Tues- favorably known at the lake day morning for her home Ma- Re is a danger signal on thearail-- ple Grove to see her motHer, who ad,'dface.^llow'and Mr. and Mrs. James Chisholm gave a dance last Tuesday evening. A large crowd attended and the old year was danced out and the new year in with great zeal, and although J's rheumatism bothered him considerably and Mrs. L's wig kept dropping oft, everybody -en- joyed a good time. Apple pie was a pleasing part of the pro giam. ANGELICA. The weather has been fine for Duluthjto spend the holidays. the last week and the lumbermen Fred Suckow went to Lawrence theirimproving roads. Mr. Van Court is cutting his timber this winter and will build a large barn as soon as the arilI is in order so he can get hisson's timber sawed. Another factory is being .built at this week, when he wilL-at once commence operations. James-H. Stickles^and Mrs! Katherine Bolster were married here last Wednesday evening. be-employed as siecLtenderfor toe ^he bride and groom are both weiTW hauling onWSront of ^the soft winter. an winter H.. Stevis afid R. afi JliHf Bessie many friends wisl^theTn^mjroy Cater drove to Mille Lacs lake last happy New Years. VH & Wednesday, returning Saturday. Mrs. Frank Libby" visited rela- the trading post Friday, Jan tives in the village last week, re- Mr. Forbes ^vill be -accompanied v. *-vvu favorably knowji.-an their "weather man's Men women use Rocky Mountain Tea and get genuine cheeks 35c. C. A. Jack. r^ Charley Olson-has gone to thef brick-yard to work. The ball at James Robertson's Christmas night was attended by a large crowd. All enjoyed a good time. 1 A pleasant surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. Olof Olson on IJew Years eve and a jolly time enjoyed. Albert Nelson returned from the lumbering woods last Wednes day and intends to stav at home this winter. Gust Stark and family have re turned from Minneapolis to live with his father-in-law, C. F. Lind quist, this winter. Mrs. Dunning and Mrs. Fitz Gibbons are up from Minneapolis to j3pend the holidays with their father, Mr. McDougal. Miss Olga Olson, who has been at Minneapolis foi*' some time, came home to spend Christmas and may stay the balance of the winter. The Ladies' society of the church held its last monthly meet ing the 26th, at Jacob Ege's. It was attended by a large, jolly crowd. The Christmas tree at the church was very beautifully decorated and many valuable presents were distributed. The program con sisted of singing, playing and speaking by the Sunday school children. Cut this out and take it to Princeton Drug Co' drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Tablets, the best physic. They also cure disorders of the stomach, bilhousness and headache. BOGUS BROOK. Happy new year. We have all kinds of weather lately. Mrs. M. A. Newman, returned last week from Olmstead county wheie bhe has been on a visit with lelatives. S E. Dora has returned fiom the southern part of the State, wheie he has been employed in a mill for some time. Miss Lizzie Lamore gave an en tertainment at her school last Fri day afternoon, as an ending of the term for the holiday vacation. August Olson, from White Rock Constipation neglected or badly treated, leads to total disability or death Rocky Mountain Tea abso lutely cures constipation in all its forms. 35c A. Jack 4.u a are the time building the first ofA the weeik on business. the trading post. The proprietor D., Bought a farm here in section other departments were: Property sec- will arrive from Anoka some day 9 last week, paying $10 an acre while here on a visit last week, took such a liking to the countiy rights" ormen^'thTOretic^ly'recog' that he made a deal for a piece of land with Mr. Rutherford befoie he left. TIM. OPSTEAD. so- Bob Burch was here a few days last week. tnin no Thd weather is fine but the losr er Maggie Peterson is home from BL party of young folks~ spent last Saturday evening' at Wes Rev. Dr. Forbes will preach atjFreer's amTa very pleasant time is reported. anU on 8 nose and on wo rosy FREER. lTxuuigomery was in towr Fre Montgomer was in town ofer a logging job in Sec Io a arrive ro up his I guess Fred made mind he did not want it. Fred Suckow has the crossing at Cedar creek in good shape for travel and is" chopping out the road in Sees, threea and four Chas.wJohnson and his brother few days ago The latter is highly pleased with the country and is looking for piece of land The Aitkm stage is on runners now and Mi. Delberg says he is glad of the change as it is easier on the hordes and he can make bet ter time, but Peter was always on time anyway. An old couple over 70 years old passed through town this week on foot. They said they had walked from near Elk River and weie go ing up on the Mississippi above Aitkin they both had heavy packs, good loads for a man. Kills any pain instantly, internal or external No opiates, ammonia or capsicum Mull's Lightning Pain Killer. 25e For sale by A Jack. Outgoing and Incoming Centuries. The New York Outlook publishes an exceedingly interesting review and In terpietation of the century just clos ing, the distinctive characteristic of which it finds to have been freedom in science freedom of investigation un hampered by either the scientific or theological theories of the past, in edu cation freedom to teach all the people all truth on all Subjects without that lear of umveisal education which even educators themselves felt in former times, in theology freedom from tradi tionary dogma, upon which our fore fathers believed the whole structure of organized religion rested, in ethics freedom to apply the practical test of ethical result to every problem of con duct and to every man in every station, in politics freedom from despotic con trol of the many by the one or the few, in industry freedom of the working man to deteimine the conditions in which a man's work shall done, in liteiature freedom to give expression to life as it really is instead of to life as a little band of writers think it should be. With freedom as the chief character istic of 4:he nineteenth centuiy the first duty of the twentieth century, says The Outlook, is to use that freedom in religion, politics, society, ait, literature, so as to maintain the highest ideals and minister to the laigest life The work which lies before the twentieth century is as gieat as that which the nineteenth century has accomplished It is impossible to forecast the pioba ble advances science, whether piac tical or theoretical, nor Is it easy even to indicate what fields remain for it to conquer Of this we may be sure The principle of evolution which it has es tablished, which is the basis of moral as well as scientific progress, will not be lost to the world. In education we have to adjust our school system to the rapidly growing sphere of knowledge so that it will deal with all subjects without being superficial in any and will tiain the moral faculties without giving to the training a denominational or dogmatic character. In politics the nized In England and America and measurably in all western Europe as the basis of government, but the lights and duties of nations toward each oth er have yet to be defined by a gradual development and application of inter national law and a solution of the problem, What are the duties which the civilized nations owe to those that are uncivilized or semicivilized Broth erhood is as yet an academic opinion or an ethical sentiment The work of the reformer, whether thought or in action, is to formulate its principles, to learn what are the fundamental obliga tions of man to his brother man and to vapply nua it Sam Tille has taken a contract street, New York. The general ex penses for maintaining the headquar ters for the year ended Sept. 30 were $77,805.47. The balance of $5,107.24 John-! was turned over to the army fund. work of the social and relief branches cost $58 715.92f which left a balance of $717.98 to be turned over to of Bob Burch to log on See's 22, 23 and 24. There was dance at ChasT new house a day or two agoThe and a ood time is reported. O. N. Hoglund, of Milnor, N. ^the general fund. The receipts of the tion Ule and John Wahlm are home uef fund, $9,179.24 Galveston relief for a few days. They lia^e^een fund,"1 working in a saw-mill at Dnlath. 'am^e fund, "$4,228.23 disabled Colin Foster has a* large lot logs on the skids but has done Bl- them to the solution of current social problems. ISome Idea of the magnitude of the Salvation Army's operations may be gathered from a summary of the an nual financial repor jus Issue from financial reportt Justt Issued from national headquarters In Fourteenth 518,814 90 self denial, $58,669.87 harvest festival, $20,272.60 winter re- $2,239.43 Indian missionary and offl cers' .fund, $14,437.54 funeral fund $3,992.36. The general social and prop erty fund shows assets of $821,674. ^g Headaches AND Eyestrains w- -_. The quality ofbarky used in making HAMOT'S SEER: None but the best could make so good a brew 41 Supplied by agents everywhere, or THEO. HAMM BREWING CO., St Paul, Minn. Ninetynine cases of sick headache out of every hundred comes from Eyestrains. I guarantee to cure that headache of yours by properly fitting glasses to your eyes or I will refund your money. I can always be found at any hour. J. HERDL1SKA, At Anderson & Herdliska's Store. ^mmmmnm^mfTOimmmmmmmmmmmmmm^ See These Prices: Good California Port Wine, Best California Port WinePer Imported Portugal Port Wine, Claremont Distilled Whiskey, Kentucky Whiskey, per quait Give us a call. I F. P. JWORNEflU, ^uauuiuuiiummaaumiumiuuHuuauuauiuuuaau^ DO N'T E FOOLED! 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Aak your druggist* $1.25 2.00 3.00 1.75 3.00 3.50 1.50 gallon per gallon per gallon per gallon $2, $2.50 and uuckenheimer Whiskey, "OldElk" Whiskey, Petsa"'3'n THE ARCADE. Lovers of good whiskey always appreciate SAMS MONO GRAM WHISKEY, DeliVhtful as a straight drink and for* cocktails and .highballs. AsKyoar dealer ftrlt &SOHS. ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS. The Best Salve in the World is Banner Salve. It "is made irons prescription by a widely known skn specialist and positively is tbe roog| healing salve for piles, burns scalds ulcers, running sores and all skii_ diseases. C. A Jack.