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We&jTrust. __ 1 Aw: Doctors If you arc suffering from impure blood, thin bipod, de bility, nervousness, exhaus tion, you should begin at once with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life. Your doctor knows it,too. Ask him about it. Too moat look well after the* condition of •our liver and bowels. Unleas there it daily action of the bowels, poisonous products are absorbed, causing headache,biliousness, nau sea, dyspepsia, and thus preventing the Sar saparilla from doing its best work. Ayer's Pills are liver pills. Act gently. all vegetable. The dose is only one pill at bedtime. Hide by J. O. Ayer Co., TiOwell, ICass. Also manuflMtorera of HAIR V100R. yers AGUE CURE. CHERRY PECTORAL. BROWNSDALE. Mrs. Thos. B. loms is sick. Louis Peterson is about to move to Bemidji. Mrs. J. B. Graves visited at Faribault last week. Miss Mav Johnson of Grand Meadow Is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Johnson. Rev. E. Fagenstrom of Minneapolis occupied the Baptist pulpit here, dur ing last Sunday's services. ,A Thomas K. Dahle and his wife return ed from their inter's sojourn in Flori da and Cuba last Wednesday. When they left Florida the weathef was un comfortably warm. Since their arrival home, they have not suffered in that way. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stephenson of Sargeant have a tiue daughter, born April 2. Glenn Lang worthy of Spring Valley is a guest of his grandmother, Mrs. B. F. Langworthy. 4- W. F. lorns has re-shingled his house and put a cement floor in his barn. They have new hymn books at the jtJaptist church, Choice Hymns No. 1. H. C. Burgan of Ovvatonna was kept busy here last week plying his voca tion of piano tnuer. r-«~ Bitten by a Spider. Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite, John Washington of Bos quevil]e, Tex., would have lost his leg, which became a rnnss of running sores, had he r.ot. been persuaded to try Buck len's Arnica alve. He writes: "The ,'ftrst application relieved, and four *boxts healer) all the sores." Heals ^very sore. 25c. at K. O. Wold's drug gist.' CORNING 'f,r |Mis? Frances Moreland of Austin sfen' last week visiting friends here. .7 The finpt meeting of the M. T. A. S. ). was held in the school house last Sun .day. Next meeting will be held at the i/^same place on Sunday. April 21, at 10, m. Anton Hanson and family from I Rochester, Miun, have been visiting in I this viciuity for some time. A or el an an a so of fMinneapolis called on friends here last Wednesday. Hilmar Klemstad is the proud owner of a new horse. Andrew Skaar left for St. Paul Saturday, where he has secured a po sition. School commenced in Dist. 119 this week with Miss Thea Hagenstead as teacher. SARGEAKT .. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stephenson are% tne happy parents of a 9% pound baby girl. 'W. F. Markham has sold his elevator, house and all his town property to I Martin Stephenson and son Henry and I they will conduct business in the Mark ham elevator soon. Mr. Markham is thinking some of moving to Canada. F. W. Smock has purchased the H. (Stephenson property here and will Jmove into it, about June 1st. J. P. Stoddard of Tripoii, Iowa, has 1 located here. He is a painter and paper hanger of 30 years experience and is ready to take care of your work in that line! Give him a call. Geo. Siegel transacted business in Rficeville, Iowa, Monday. Chas. Joyce shipped a carload of household goods and seed grain to Stillwater, N. D., Saturday, where he is ding to locate on his homestead. Wm. Benzel has charge of the saloon now-a days. Invitations are issued for the wed 1 ding of Alfred'C. Anderson and Miss Clara Dorothv Johuson, Wednesday -fvening, Apr. 10th at the home of the fbride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. (Johnson. AJDAH8 l®Rev. M. E. Waldeland of St. Ansgar, la. was visiting with Rev. O. C. Myhre, *nA family Friday. Mrs. E. L. Slindee went to Austin Monday, returning Tuesday, The Young Peoples Society of the Lutheran church wil! meet at the home o/f Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Johnson Friday renin'g, April 19, at.8 oVsIock.^ AM in ited to attend. The Little Cedar congregation of the Lutheran church has decided to build rin up-to date church in town tbte year, ttlans and specifications are being pre C1 kw, £.h^JM paired by W. F. Keefe, architect, of Austin, Minn. Mr. Keefe, had pre pared a pencil sketch and presented it at the last business meeting and it was unanimously decided to accept same. P. J. Sathre is hauling lumber for a large barn to be built tnis summer. Mr. Sathre is an up-to-date and prosperous Last week one of the tfaloon' keepers was brought before Justice Wilsonand fined 930 and cost for selling liquor on Sunday. Better be a little careful, boy8, and keep your places closed on Sunday. J. Edward, the Austin tailor, was in town. Monday and took orders for a number of suits. Mr. Edward does a very large business in this town. Adolph King was seen going out in the country Sunday. What is the at traction, Adolph? John W. Carr, recently assistant post master at Austin, has taken a position temporarily with the First National Bank here. Mr. and Mrs. S., Sweningsen came down from Austin Monday evening to visit her folks before leaving for Cali fornia. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cleson left for Chi cago Wednesday to reside there. Our village schools commenced the spring term Monday alter a vacation of a week P. H. Carr, John Cavanaugh, Misses Sarah Carr and Alice Burns left for Dickinson, N. D., Tuesday to look up claims in that locality. Miss Susie Schuller of St. Paul is visiting relatives here. Leo Heimer and Paul Krebsbach ipent a Week's vacation at home from their school duties in Austin. Mrs. H. E. Wilson and children ar rived Tuesday evening from their visit at New Richmond^with her mother. A delegation of sixteen went from here Monday evening to attend the xtoyal Neighbor initiation. VAECO. Mrs. Will Bennett of Austin visited friends in this vicinity the first of the week, returning to Austin Tuesday. She leaves for her new home at Bell field, N. D., next Friday. Miss Emeline Hart spent Sunday with Riley Brooks' folks. Miss Tillie Olson returned' Sunday from Austin where she spent a week. Elmer Flood of Rochester visited at E. P5 Spooner's Thursday. Riley Brooks sold thirty hogs to the Hormel Packing company Saturday getting $6.25. There was a dance at John Muzzie's Friday evening. Allan Varco of Lakota, N. D., has been visiting relatives and friends here and went to Lyle Tuesday to visit his sister. Abe Brooks and Peter Rosenthal moved their sawing machine from Lon VanCamp's to Joy Hawkins' Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Pickett of Austin spent a week with her nephew, Mr. €. B. Sayies. Mr. and Mrs. J." W. Varco visited at O. H. Brown's Sundav. OAKLAHD Mrs. Abe Young had a successful operation at the Mayo hospital Roches ter, last, week and is* reported in a fav orable condition. A tumor was re moved. Clarence Hatch and wife of Austin visited in this -vicinity last week return ing home Saturday. German measles are prevalent at pres ent Charles Lightley had quite a sick spell last week. Mrs. Quinn of Grand Meadow spent a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hogau. John McCourt has returned from California after a yearns absence and is glad to get back. Minnie Goodmanson has returned from a visit with friends in Albert Lea. Katie Hoban is down from the Sis ters School at Owatonna. Miss Farr returned to her school du ties at Moscow Monday. Mrs. Shipton who has been suffering from the grippe for the past two weeks is improving slowly. Mrs. W yant aud Mrs. Mose Bucha man left for Steele N. D. Thursday of last week, the former to visit her hus baud and family and the latter her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wyant. Mrs. Wyantis critically ill at present.. 'V GRAND MEADOW. The village election last week result ed as follows: president of council, A. Hunt councilman, T. J. Grimes asses sor, L. W. Hunt recorder, M. O. Wilsie treas., G. A Wright justices, H. P. Colman, G. R. Hoppin marshal, Frank Wagner. For llcensa, 32, against license, 77. Mrs. M. M. Rowell of Beaver Dam, Wis., is visiting her daugeter, Mrs. E. F. Greening. Last Tuesday noon the stacks of flax straw at the Tpw Mill caught fire pro bably from a spark from a passing freight train engine and 220 stacks of straw were burned. The buildings were saved. The property belonged to the LeRoy Flax Fibre. Company. Loss about $3,500. Mrs. W. A. Nolan and daughters spent past week in St. Paul with rela tives. George Farquar of Swansea, Mich., is visiting his brother, J, W. Farquar. Mrs. George Barnard and daughters who have been visiting relatives. here returned Wednesday to their home in Dodge, Wis. SM John Peterson,'the expert hbrse shoer is laid up with a broken arm the result of being kicked by a, horse. Village schools opened Monday, after a week's vacation. & 4^ LYLE CENTER. \T ,4b School commenced here Monday. Mi68 Edith Vest commenced her school work last Monday, yi. Fred and Maud Vest returned to Austin school this week. Ole Runing of Minnereka was buried at Mona last Saturday. There has been a few at work in the fields here. f. :A ftp We understand Earl Martin and family leave soon for Dakota, he goes to improve his health. Guy Powers sold three large)trees to •Warren Padellford to be made into lumber, there was about eight loads in them. Pace and DeRemer sold 119 dozen eggs at Austin Saturday. Ed DeRemer received word last week of the death of his aunt, Mrs., Alice Dillingham of New Jersey. The re mains were brought back to her old home in Wisconsin for burial. Earnest Green of Austin spent the last week here with relatives., August Webber's people were at Will Pace's Sunday. P. S. Hanson and family Sundayed at Ed DeRemer's. Allen Varco called at Will Pace's Friday. .. Mary Dufty and Bert Awlson of Waterloo, la., were married last Taes day at the Methodist parsonage at. Austin. He is mail clerk on 111. Cen terar between Albert Lea and Waterloo. Mrs. Joe and George Wadsworth spent Sunday at Mrs. Herzog's. Austin French's folks Sundayed at A^am Duerst's. LAHSIHQ S. L. Fuller spent Tuesday in the twin cities. Nick Ulweliing accompained by Arthur Bacon and Carl Josephson left for Ipswich, S. D., Tuesday night. Mrs. Ballweber and son, Percy, call ed on friends here Wednesday. 1 Wednesday was moving day in our! little village. Mrs. Elsie Vaughan moving into her house north of the town, S. L. Fuller into his former home south of the hotel and Sam Heller into the house known as the Squire Vaughan house. A. J. Salzgeber's brother arrived from Basco Bell, Wis., Thursday morning He will assist in the hardware store. Mrs. J. J. Phillips returned recently from Huron, S. Dak. Mrs. Laura Palmer and daughter came down from Minneapolis the fore part of the week to visit her parents. John DeYoung arrived from Cali fornia Monday evening and spent a few days with his daughter, Mrs. S. H. Vaughan, before returning to his home in Grand Meadow. Mr. Tibbetts of Minneapolis was a business caller here Thursday. F. A. Herron aud Geo. A. Petersc, presideut and secretary of the Bloom. iug Prairie Farmers Elevator Co., were in town Thursday. Fred Vaughan arrived home Thurs^ day evening from Maple Plain, where he has been attending seliool. Miss Veta Johnson returned to Owatonna Monday afternoon. Miss Sophia Hall of Austin visited her friend Hattie Mclntyre Saturday afternoon. Dan Ballsdorff was unable to be out a few days last week from a severe at tack of chicken pox. About twenty friends gave Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Christensen a farewell sur prise party Thursday evening. The Miss Pearl Putnam of St. Paul ar evening was pleasantly spent. Toasts ived Wednesday for a few weeks visit were given and responded to by the jth relatives. host. At a late hour a fine luncheon ,, „T The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. O. C. LaBar Thursday afternoon. All I invited to attend.v Louise and Hazel Johnson of Austin spent last week with their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs Harcor Lyons, as it was vacation in Austin Mr and Mrs. R. L. Johnson, their parents, came up to spend Sundav here, all returning to Austin in the evening. Mrs. Earl Lindsley visited in Bloom ing Prairie Friday. Mrs. John O'Malley of RoRe Creek and Miss Mell O'Malley of Minneapolis visited Mr. and Mrs. Cronan Sunday. Miss Carrie Weber returned Saturday to her school duties at Racine. .PARKERV8 HAIR BALSAM HMM lirwrtifiM tht hilfc *noM a |*ewflL Vmr lUla to Beaton. Onv *ir to iS Youthful Cola" ni acalp diMMkiitir MUii •BSlmllSwiSMliL Loce Curtains or* Draperies luda like new by our special pro* ceaa. Why throw away, a pretty pair of lace curtains or portiers, just because they have become soiled, when we can clean them at a small cost, and return to you almost as good as new' biforoution boaklet free. Kcturn Mpm» paid trdm lltrMrt props Bro Vj- T'- We leave Austin via, Chicago, CUTTING THE COST OF CARPETS— fR DEXTER. ri was served Mrs. W N. Pierce and children re turned to their home int LaCrosse Sat Lida Register of Moscow is visiting ur her sister. relatives and friends. S. P. Christensen went to the cities Monday. Edgar Terry of Austin was a Lans ing caller Thursday and Sunday ditto. .... day after spending a week visiting J. B. Vermilya and R. G. Laugen were given the first degree in the mysteries of Masonry Thursday eveu ing. Miss Mildred Medbery entertained a party of young ladies from Grand Meadow Friday afternoon. A line supper was served. Mrs. Rose Vermilya and Miss Put nam were in Austin Saturday. ROSE CBE2X Mrs. Chris Johnson spent Sunday witn Mrs. I. E. Tiegan in Austin. Father Schneider weut to Winona Monday. Postmaster F. G. Ray was in Austin Tuesday on business. Mamie Carll of Austin is a guest of Hannah. Emery. A1 Hali goes to Otranto, Canada, this week to visit his father who is il J. No seeding yet to speak of. Mr. and Mrs Bert Earl returned last week to their home in Montevideo. Mae and Loretta Furlong and Blanche Christie of Austin visited at the McBride home Wednesday. RACINE. Fred Eichhorn returned Tuesday from Oklahoma ,much improved in health School commenced Monday after a vacation of a week. A son was born to Mrs. John Schroeder April 1. A. G. Prentiss of Chicago has bought out Fred Thornhill's general merchan dise store and took possession last week. I W.C. Kinyon and bYide left last week for their new home in Texas. He was married March 30 to Miss Rachel fl. Bowman of St. Paul, George Otter and family returned Tuesday from Pickett, Wis., where they^spent the winter. Stella Wilson spent her Easter vara tiooat home. She is attending school in Anstin. A. FREE JRIP TO We haye for sale 10,CK)0 acres'of the best land in North Dakota, sit uated in Morton county the banner county of southwestern North Da •v kota. The water is excellent and easily obtained. There is plenty of native coal. The soil is the very best. It is a heavy black loam with clay subsoil. This land has never been picked over. Now is the time to buy while you have your choice. There is anew railroad survey through these lands. We purchased this land four years ago and picked the choice lands of the county. If you are a renter move quick, before it is too late, and the chance to get cheap land is gene forever. Now is the time to invest, and double your money. Don't put It off, but join us now. In making up your minds to act at once lies the short cut to success. The present is the only time that really belongs to you. nilwaukee April 16. WILL YOU BE WITH US? If so, write or wire us. The prices are right aud the railroad fare will be refunded to all purchasers. JOSEPH KEEN AN LAND COMPANY, Austin, flinn. Austin Furniture Co. SPRING OPENING OF CARPETS, RUGS and WALL PAPER Our stock of Room Rugs is very complete, showing over 250 pat terns in stock of all the best makes. WE CUT AND SEW CARPETS while you wait. No delays, no waiting, no disappointments, as you are sure to have where Carpets are sold from a small sample. We have the STOCK and PRODUCE THE GOODS. WATCH FOR OUR ANNUAL LACE CURTAIN SALE. Austin Furniture Co ["would Be Terriblel Pa—If ever anytl5*if happens to me, Gladwys, promise me that you will never think of froinsr on the stage. Lost—One Mqftor Car. !s%"Seen a motor car down the hill any where, boy?" .t "No, but I seen four rubber, rings, an' .a ^aj^o' scra| ii-ou("-Tatler. £&& —Cook with Gas^ "*'Vy & if 1-Z -fit & St. Paul R. at 7:25 a. m,t luesdav, Cut the cost of your Carpet Bill by buying R^eliacble Carpets made by reliable MILLS. We handle only Lowell and Park lograhis. These names stand for quaHty. CHICAGO GREAT MAPLC Western PAILWAV LEAF Routt LOW RATES One way rates to Minnesota, Dakotas, and Canadian Northwest on sale Tuesdays during March and April. One way rates to Montana, Oregon, California, etc., and Canadian Northwest on sale daily during March and April. Special one way rates to the Southeast, South, Southwest and Weft on sale Tuesdays during March and April. Homeseekers* Excursions to the Noithweft, Weft,'South west and South on sale 1st and 3rd Tuesdays dur ing March and April. Tourift Rates to various points in the U. S. on sale daily. Ftr further information apply to tbe Great Western Agent. .YIAY.I'S^ A Natural system of home treatment Woman's way to health. A special treatment for men. Try it for catarrh* and stomach trouble. f«*3i Rochester Viavi Co^v Cor. 4th and Main Sta, Rochester, Miiin. H. S.SASS, Manager.