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N. J. NEUMANN when in need of Ice Cream and Cold Refreshments I carry a full line of Cigars, Tobacco and Refreshments. Zimmerman, Minn. Watch This Space Special Bargains Every Week 25c Rosedale sliced beef, 3^-oz., now 15c 45c Rosedale sliced beef, 7-oz., now *.30c 15c prepared spaghetti, 10-oz., now 5c 25c medium red salmon, 1-lb 18c 15c pink salmon, 1-lb 10c 25c sardines in tomato sauce 20c Chocolate, packages 22c 10 pounds good coffee and 9-qt. aluminum kettle only $3.50 WM. SWANSON Zimmerman, Minn. cxoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Massey-Harris Corn Binder There are no Packers to mutilate the crop, saves the ears as well as the stalks. Oscar Oscarson, Agent Zimmerman, Minn. OQQQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOQOOOOOOQOOQQOOOQOOQOQOOQQQQOOQQQ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXX}000CX)OO0O0O00OO00OO0O0OO00 L. 4 L. Stendahl Zimmerman, Minn. A penny saved is a penny earned, so take advantage of our many bargains that we will place on sale Builders' Materials Every season brings us new customers, which proves that "Kwality Kounts" in building ma- terial the same as in any other mer- chandise. When people think of lumber, lath, flooring, shingles, building paper, lime, plaster hair, cement, etc., they just naturally think of RUD LUMBE CO W. R. HURTT, Manager ZIMMERMAN, MINN. It i mil i iiiiMimiiMtiiiniiiHiiiiitHitiifur Zimmerman Defeats Elk River. A large crowd attended the ball game Sunday at which Elk River was defeated by Zimmerman to the tune of 3 to 2. Both teams played real baseball from the beginning. In the first inning Zimmerman put in the first bid for the game, Lindberg driv ing a two-base hit to center, Woods striking out, Neuman sacrificed to short, Jensen put one over second which scored Lindberg, and took Jen sen to second, Johnson sending one out to right field for a two-base hit, this scoring Jensen. Johnson was put out on a steal to third. Elk River held scoreless, Zimmerman adding an other score the last half of the third. Elk River fought hard in the fourth, Brown struck out, Koeber get ting to second on a line drive over short. Swanson made first on a dead ball, Jensen making a two-base hit to left field, scoring Koeber, Swanson put out on home on a fly ball hit by Ross to left field. Boyer was struck out thus retiring Elk River. Zimmer man remained scoreless in the fifth in ning and Elk River took the stand with renewed pep. Filling the bases, Brown drove one over second, scoring Johnson from third, Zimmerman crowded things a little and the side was retired. Genuine baseball kept both sides from gaming more scores. Loudon sent them across for Elk River while Brown was handling the catch er's mitt. Loudon had three strikes outs, while the Leander and Jensen battery for Zimmerman did some work getting away with 10 strikeouts. Both teams did creditable field work. It was a ball game from beginning to end. C. A. Stillman and Floyd Barga bos called strikes and balls in first class shape. Next Sunday Rogers crosses bats with Zimmerman on the home grounds. Rogers won one game from Zimmerman, so it will be a close contest. Be there to see it. LOCALS Herman Stendahl came out to spend Sunday. Win. Swanson made a trip to Milaca one day last week. Mrs. Albert Swanson spent Sunday at the W. R. Lovell home. Clayton Swanson and Miss Plummer were visiting here Sunday. Miss Ethel Byson was a guest at the Bert Nash home Sunday. Mio 11. D. Carter left last Thursday for an extended trip to New York. Mr Donovan of Albertsville was transacting busines here Saturday. Mrs. Kettleson spent Sunday at the Robert Wallace home near Orrock. The Bert Ihff and Earl Iliff families spent Sunday at the Roy Ihff home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swanson and children autoed to St. Paul Sunday. Martin Swanson of Minneapolis vis ited his son, William and family, last week. Mrs. Ed. Wright and Mrs. Carlson returned from Minneapolis Thursday evening. Winston Bros.' camp No. 1 has moved its location about one mile farther sou^h Bert Briggs, formerly of this place but now of Verndale, was in town sev eral days last week. Mrs. Herman Stendahl and children of Minneapolis spent the past two weeks at the G. N. Stendahl home. The M. E. Ladies' Aid wall meet with Mrs. Chas. Hiller on Friday, Au gust 19. Everyone is cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. Ecklund and son, Ver non, and Mrs. Glase and son of Min neapolis were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ed. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and children cf St. Paul visited at the John Kruger home last week. Mrs. Johnson is a sister of Mrs. Kruger. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Briggs went to Minneapolis Thursday to meet Irene and Lyle, who have spent some time visiting relatives Iowa. Mrs. W. Heck and Evelyn Kettleson, who have spent the past six weeks visiting relatives in Kidder, S. D., re turned home on Monday. Mr and Mrs. Harry Pratt and Ellen autoed to Minneapolis on Sunday. They viewed the piece of sculpture which had been made by a tramp out of sand and declared it perfect in every way. Those from here who took the civil service examination at Princeton on Saturday were Sprague Brown, Percy Iliff, Earl Whitoak, Warren Kisner, Mrs. Fred Briggs, Stella Schumacker, Maude Bowles and Mrs. Kettleson. LIVONIA Mrs. Nels Martineau returned to her home in Minneapolis Thursday after spending a week at the home of her sons here. Mrs. Mulder and children and Miss Taylor called on friends in Baldwin on Friday. Viola nand Gladys Blackwell returned to their home at Alexandria on Thurs day after visiting their cousins, Mrs. Chas. Gohoes and family. Miss Eleahore Rosene west to Elk River on Thursday to work at the Hul burt hotel. George James, Jr., and Irma Abra ham were married at Cambridge on Wednesday of last week. Congratu lations. Seth Cohoes came home from Elk River Saturday night. Mrs. D. T. Oscarson and children of Zimmerman were guests at Mike Hauglund's several days last week. MT. and Mrs. J. M. Johnson are the parents of a new son, born August 13. Zelma Leonard went to St. Paul Saturday. Chas. Cohoes recently purchased a new corn binder from the Zimmerman Hardware company. The Misses Delia, Lydia and Ida Lemke visited at Robert Lemke's Sat urday afternoon. Mrs. E. J. Strong and son of Su erior spent several days last week at the Chas. Cohoes home. Mrs. Howard Johnson and children and Julia James spent Sunday at G. J. James'. Mrs. Tye of St. Charles left for her home on Saturday after spending some time at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Truax. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Babcock and family spent Sunday afternoon at Ed. Smvth's. Mr. and Mrs. Hall and baby (nee Ruth Lundberg) from Anoka, were guests at Less Brown's on Sunday. Will party who found license num ber 57-402 please leave at Zimmerman garage or notify Chas. Cohoes. Mmnie Truax and son, Lawrence, spent Sunday afternoon at Art John son's in Baldwin. Miss Emily Golby spent a week's vacation with the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Iliff and family spent Sunday at the home of their son, Roy, in Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Swanson and family were Sunday dinner guests at Lnwrence Swanson's. Ernest Golby autoed to Minneapolis Saturday night. Melvin Cheney called at G. A. Leonard's Sunday afternoon. COVE Vernie McPeak and family from Renwick, Iowa, spent a few days last week renewing old acquaintances here. Mr. McPeak has sold his farm here. Joe Claessen has been appointed road overseer in place of Chas Roach, who has been employed by the school board for the year. Dave*Looney has started in with his crew on the road between Cove and the Scenic highway. This road will be completed as soon as possible, con necting the Scenic highway and the Wilson way. This will be a connecting road between these highways and will bring a great traffic through this sec tion. Mrs. Eynon and granddaughter, Helen, and Mrs. Craig and daughter, Irene, of Onamia were visitors at the Union aid on Thursday. Ed. and Louis Sandberg called at the Freer home on Tuesday evening. Ruth Knowlton and Mrs. Williams are spending a few days in the cities this week. Miss McPhail of Minneapolis id the guest of Mrs. C. Brandt. Virginia Woodward is employed as sorter in the pickle station at Onamia. The Frost family are very busy "pickle people" these days. Mr. Frost is manager of the pickle station in Onamia, Beral one of the sorters and Miss Frost helping her mother every other day picking pickles. Mrs. Coffman has sent for her house hold goods and will start housekeep ing in the S. B. Terwilligar house and take the same room in our school for the coming year she had last year. County Commissioner Sehlin of Opstead was in town Thursday of last week looking after road work. The committee appointed to get the supplies for the school ball nine met Friday evening and ordered the same. Now the kids will win all the games when they get the new outfiit. ONAMIA Miss Rena Jackson spent the week end in the twin cities. The Gishes have their cottage at the lake nearly completed. Jas F. Warren has purchased a new car. Miss Esther Tessman came up from Minneapolis Saturday for a two weeks' visit with relatives. Hans Nelson of Minneapolis is a guest at the Jackson home this week. Louis Gassert of Pierz is spending a few days with Onamia friends. Rev. D. Bossuet and family, who have been visiting hef the past week, returned toTtheir home in St. Paul on Friday. Clarence Quale has moved his fam ily into their new home on Dunn av enue. Mr. and Mrs. Eyrich, former resi dents of Onamia, who have been camp ing at the lake, passed through town Tuesday. Miss Carrie Levitt of Minneapolis is a guest at the Dahlgren home this week, i Miss Mercedes Gravel of Pierz is visiting her cousins, Misses Alda and Eleanor Gravel. Mr. and Mrs. John McClure of Great Falls, Mont., accompanied by Mrs. Wm. Scribner and family of Hankin son N D^ arrived here Monday to visit reIativesfo a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Mott are tne proud parents of baby boy, born Mon day. Mrs. Wm. Benzie and children, Geneveive and Charles, left for Cali fornia on Wednesday, where the chil dren will go to school this term. On their return next spring they will be accompanied by Houlton Benzie, who is going to school there. __-* I THREE CORNERS Mr. Bodey and crew are working on the road again. Miss Flink stayed with Elmer Thompson's childroi while they went to Wisconsin to visit relatives from Saturday until Sunday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Erick Fran zen of St. Paul, a boy. Mrs. Franzen formerly was Miss Ida Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schaeffer vis ited at Rodd's Thursday evening. Eugene Cartwright and family from Minneapolis were visiting relatives here for a few days. Mrs. Andrew Rust visited relatives at Cambridge and Isanti for a few days. LeRoy Sternquist is threshing for the farmers around here. Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson went to Iowa last week to visit their daugh ter. Miss Reed from Lake City is going to teach in the Hunt school house. Mr. and Mrs. E. Trunk and children spent Sunday at Fred Trunk's. Roy Fiero and wife-went to Minne apolis on their we'dding tour. We wish them a life of happiness. Charley Murray and family, Joe Borden and wife and Will Neely went to the big lake camping Sunday. Miss Beulah Brown has gone to her home Duluth after visiting at the W. Leathers home for a few weeks. Wm. King and family, Mrs. Walter Wentworth and family and Nelson King had a picnic on Sunday in honor of Miss Bernice Turner. She expects to return soon to her home in Pen nington. Edna Leathers is working in Min neapolis. Mrs. Charley Berry is down to Ber ry's in Minneapolis. Her little boy is sick We are sorry to hear Edwin Hamil ton of Dakota had an operation^ Hope to hear he is better soon. Mrs. Geo. Donley of Hopkins and children and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mol berg and children spent the week end at Hamilton's. Mr. and Mrs. E. Trunk and children spent Sunday at A. Heath's. Misses Ruby and Minnie Welin have been hoeing for O. Hamilton. Ernest Trunk and Orin Hamilton are haying up Bogus Brook. Ted Mattson visited at L. Johnson's one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Erickson and children spent one evening at A. Wehn's. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson King and Mrs. Orin Hamilton went to Onamia on Thursday for blackberries. Now is the time to have the school house paintedredecorated inside and out. Save the surface and repair later. Estimates cheerfully given. Call up or drop a line. Telephone 165. Will Mirick. 33-4c BEFORE *MM0ic*^:Mx*xaoi^ Or words to 'thai e&kot IT BEATS the band. THE WAY this thing: KEEPS POPPING up. THE OTHER night I BROKE all rules. AND READ a high-brow book. AND HERE'S a hot one. THAT IT handed me. "MANY OF us find. THAT TASTE affords, ONE OF the fairly. DEPENDABLE SATISFACTIONS. OF EVERYDAY living. AND IT seems. UPON LONG reflection. THAT SATISFACTION. COMES CLOSE to bejng. THE LONG sought. 'HICHEST GOOD.'" OF COURSE that isn't. WRITTEN WITH the ease. AND POLISH to which. starting off on your vacation trip call at this bank for Travelers' Checks. They are cashed most anywhere and everywhere without identification. You will like them. Farmers and Merchant! State Bank A. R. BERGLTJND, Cashier Zimmerman, Minn. R. D. N. SPRINGER, Oph. D. OPTOHBTRIIT f Dr. Kline's Sanatorium, Anka WW Princeton, Sunday, Aug. 21 IUNTIL8 M) At MERCHANTS HOTBL Mym Examined and GlauM Fitted "If your credit is good at the bank, it is good with me." ffimiiiiiiiiiiaiiiniinuiiiiiH liTiiiii i mimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi Princeton Co-operative Creamery Sell your cream in a co-operative way. Do you know that the farmers who haul their cream to the creamery get 6 or 7 cents per pound on an everage for their butterfat more than anywhere else? 'Tis true, we require good cream, but the patron gets paid accordingly. Now is the time to start hauling. The market usually advances at this time of the year and if you wait and get your check once a month, you will get the benefit of the advance. We Are Paying 48c For July Butterfat WE ARE accustomed. BUT ITS a mouthful. AS YOU'LL agree if you. JUST PUT it into good. UNITED STATES, like this. "SON, YOU'LL be running. ON FOUR flat tires. IF YOU don't hurry. AND WRAP yourself around. THE ONLY cigarette. 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