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0. D. BELDEN. Proprietor.
INCLUDING AUSTIN TIMES.
LNCLDDING AUSTIN JOURNAL.
au-tin
OFFICIAL NEWS
let us stop every day of the coming
us
year aid
suggests teem to us to be excellent.
A1" j^hwhi
1
or
MOWER COUNTY
kr.tered as second-class
the
to
Austin. Minn.
Now that Thanksgiving Day is past
reckon up the blessings tor
which we may constantly be grateful.
of the present
the re
carefully
a m( Ra
the presidents ....
our lifth pa«te. The_remed,e.which, he
TIIKKK were more than 3,000 bids for whether
the §50,000,000 of Panama canal bonds ships,
and the loan was many times over-sub
iri ltd. Plenty of money on hand
whin the big financiers wish to let it
go.
A PENNSYLVANIA miser
This represents
state business. This
country editor.
with the authorities. Inves­
tigation shows that those that are
kicking agaiust making the hour of
closing eleven o'clock instead of mid
night are not closing at midnight now.
TA W N E has commenced his smooth
promises again and tells how economi
cal congress will be this session. His
constituents have not forgotten that
under his watchdog oversight, the last
congress was the most expensive in the
history of this country.
unoer anew ordinance, txjwis are tor
staff. He says: "I've had enough to do
with their kind to know that they can
get things that we can't. Their train
ing is valuable. They can get infor
mation better than any one else, and
that is what we need." His head is
level.
Tin: Kural-Retreat (Va.) Times an
now 111 that there are now lour auto
mobiles in that town. By the time
they iiave two tuore, the residents will
be wanting to change the name of the highly recommended. Mrs. M. White,
]ace of Butler, Tenn., says: "Several years
a 1 a a a
who has lungs. Someone told me of Chamber
began using
at once.
been spending about three cents a day Jjj
bis living committed suicide. Me for
could not bear the increase in living
cents a second.
T,,,: death of little Klsa Peterson of thafa'n
Minneapolis as the result of be.og bit-
ten by a mad dog compels renewed at-
single persons of marriageable age in
the I'nited Mated. It seems as if this
was unnecessary. If 7,000,000 who are
men would propose to the other 7,000,
000 the problem would be solved in
short order.
Tin-: St. l'ciui saloons have always
been hard to manage on account of
their
[mil
THE J. & P. Coats Thread company given the chance to revise "the tariff
his just declared a dividend of 20 p.r
dtiV
,. ... *ree "St at the first meeting without
cent to stock holders with an addi- discussion. United States senators and
tional bonus of 10 per cent. This cer- members of congress will be wise to
tainly ought to satisify the most greedy remember this.
without raising the price of thread to Fairmont Independent: With all
swell profits still higher. due respect to the Supreme court, we
believe that if the judges had been in
rthrrr'7'
C. A. PRATT, financial agent of the
tage may be of great value to those
living accessible to it.
Ttisaffnnd
tin's one hundred widows
a valuable hint.
Wednesday, Die. 4, 1907 destroyed by running on a reef on the has been herethe past two weeks copy-
7„ac
ooiri that
coa6t of Japan, it was said that. Mr. p0st0fflce addresses. The presumption
James J. Hill would not replace the ja lat ere long these»will be getting all
mail
matter at great vessel and since that time her kinds of campaign literature, telling
sister ship, the Minnesota, has been what great things rawney has dune
making regular trips across the Pa-
cific a
jone jjut now the report is
abroa(j
hundre
that Mr. Hill will build two
Qew 8teamerS) eac
of them to be seven
feet in length and larger, there-
IK von wish to know the true causes American con-iofhi8
financial conditions read which have held the Amer ca man, especially, whose contributions to
°i
ar« on struction record up to the present time.
If the
Mr. Hill knows thoroughly
there is good profit in such
Beware of Frequent Colds.
A succession of colds or a protracted jjere
cold is almost certain to end in chronic
8ome
my
expenses. His heirs will probably now well." For sale by all druggists
make his money fly at the rate of three
co
this year over 190B, of over $47,000,000. White House to decide the South Da-1 eel lent speaker, interesting, humorous
both interstate and i-ta row bore the words, "In God We and entertaining as well as instructive.
looks good to a Trust?" The views were perhaps the finest ever
Walker Pilot: If vying up old ,?b
scnption accounts gets to be the fad
crea
'ed°trou/or8i
razors an
bufi
joining the Elks' same as
tention to the danger of rabies in dogs physicians are doing nowdays. ?he p^pfe With\heir 'picturesque cos
running at large. All dogs running at Caledonia Journal: We want to con- tunoes and qnaiut customs, all made an
large bhould be promptly killed. gratulate Judge Kingsley on the broad eveuing of delight to the audience.
view he took of the automobile Jaw in
IT is stated that there are 14,000,000 question, that stopping the auto was
intended to include stopping the Chickens Wanted.
"works."
tll0y n'1 to f/\ I 1 rvi 14* A
should do is to limit the
number of apprentices and use any
other means to prevent the profession
from being overcrowded.
LeSueurNews: Congressman Payne
says if the tariff on print paper "results
inclosing up some of the papers it
would be a good thing." He don't like
the sound of the bell weather, tariff
must go on trust goods, as rcng out by
the papers.
Waterville Advance: Hon. Seth H.
Kenney has prepared a large exhibit of
top work to send to the annua! meeting
of the State Horticultural society
which meets the first week in Decem
ber. Mr. Kenney has raised about 28
varieties of apples this season, among
them being two fine Baldwins from
grafts on an Alaskan crab.
St. Cloud Journal Press: Ifthenews
paper publishers of the country were
WHO would want to live in Chicago? P'ace of the LeRoy woman whose
Under a new ordinance fowls are for-
team ran
awa?they
-,, ,. that have caused the enactment of all
Dan 1 atch Electric line, states that the remedial legislation that has been
company will be in a position to fur- beneficial to the masses, that the coun
nish power to those who want it along try press has been instrumental in
the line and that the price will be reas- cavising indifferent and conniving pub
i, lie officials to enforce the laws and oer
onable. We consider that this advan-
A
11 IS a gOOU scneme,
AU8-
by bein8
an automobi
bidden to run at large. The new law ally have said that the auto did not
provides that suitable coops must be stop
provided for them, and that no coop
Minneap0
frightened by
ie would emphatic-
ii8
J0umal:
shall be established within fifty feet of be revised, however, and by a republi
any dwelling. can congress. Such revision as the
people demand can be had as the result
THE States where the public lands intelligent campaign addressed
.. to the subject of tariff revision. Nor is
are situated, instead of setting up a
there an
The tariff can
necessity for such a cam-
howl about attempts to prevent frau- paign disturbing business unless some
dulent entries, should be the first to people are so deep in the abuses of the
commend them. No others are so di- ramiog the"
tS
wiu'^ady forto
rectly interested in seeing that lands loose of any of their unjust gains. tribution veryisoon.
g0f,wT„ ^h°
Faribault Pilot: The consensus of
and they should welcome all efforts to public opinion among students of pub-' apolis Symphony Quartette and Soloist,
reduce the frauds to a minimum. lie affairs is that the country news-'
papers have been and now are the crea-
aSitations
form their offleial dutie8
0
.. Waseca Radical: Geo. F. Wolters
has decided to cJo8e out hig
usH hnniriPRn affairs hara
SAMUEL T.JOHNSON, former public will agree that that section ofMinne
examiner and superintendent of banks sota that is underlaid with lime rock,
in the southeastern part, has a fertilicv
of Minnesota, who is back from a six
0f 80jj
^at is rarely ever equalled by
weeks'sojourn in New York city, de- any other place in the United States,
clares that the recent financial disturb- That upper clay loam is equal to the
ance was deliberately caused by the richest and when the subspil is turned
•interests" to discredit the Roosevelt ffaUs a'surprise^anyme who la not
administration and- influence the na- well acquainted with that section,
tional conventions next year. We be- Mankato Free Press: It will not be
lieveit. very long before the farmer will use
electric lights in their honses and
jrester
tinga
to have a bunch of reporters on his reason
THE Chicago chief of police is grow- barns," remarked one of them yei
ing wise- He says that he would like
why those farmers who live along the drn
elettrie railways should not enjoy the
luxury of electric lights. With very
little expense the system could be in-
WHEN the steamship Dakota was ey, a son of Congressman Tawney,
Mr ing a list o'f the taxpayers and th^ir
fore than the Dakota and Minnesota,1 Omaha World: The laborer is worthy
congratulate hlm on his pluck and
energy.
hire-
The
mus
once used
throat and lungs are sound and spirit.
1•
OTHEB EDITORS' OPINIOHf
1. rrrnen oarninas' Pioneer Press: And now we want to "Switzerland," and was presented with
will show an increase in gross earnings j,.now |iat
I Tue8i»*
and movements
per
mercantile business in this city. For
CHICAGO widows and widowers are to some months Mr. Wolters and a bro
have a refuge where they meet in social ther now in South Dakota have been
disronrse and diversion to th« haniah
flgur,ng.011
going into partnership and
discourse ana diversion to the banish conducting a department store at Rock
ment of their lorn and lonely lot. The ham, S. D. The final arrangements
purpose is to afford its members an op-, for closing the deal were made last
portunity for social diversions and re-' week, hence Mr. Wolter's determina
creations.
troduced. This same gentleman re- 1i/LLlvnwijJ
marked that once electricity does take
its place in the household of those who
live in the country districts, John D.
Rockefeller's product will become a
drug on the market.
Preston Republican: Clarence Taw-
and what he will do if again choseu to
represent th* people of this district.
Looks to us as ihough he begius to see
the handwriting on the wall. It will
take more than literature to convince
the voters that he is their friend.
COUDtry
the w6
report is true, Mr. Hill's admirers community are all but invaluable, is
newspaper
nd advancement .of his
ifare
a
worth, of hi,. Too ofteu he doe.£
get it. The tendency is rather for the
community to offer him up as a vicar
ious sacrifice on the altar of its own re
nown and prosperity. And the editor,
more deeply interested in the geueral
good than his own lights, has frequent
ly been an unresisting victim. There
is ah end to-all things, however, and
be an end to the patience of
coun
editor.
catarah, trorn "which few persons ever
wholly recover. Give every cold the St. Louis Globe-Democrat: Although
attention it deserves and you may the British public has lent Japan #1,
avoid this disagreeable disease. How 000,000,000 in former loans, it has
can you cure a cold? Why not try drawn otf lately. The Manchester
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? tt is Guardian says: The odd thing is that
British investors, after lending eagerly
for the war, should now close their
purses and refuse to provide a handful
of capital for a remunerative and fair
ly promising railway." Perhaps the
it discomfiture of Russia had something
time and it cured me. Now to do with the former accommodating
Rochester Bulletin: The Baptist
church was taxed to its capacity last
evening by the audience gathered to
hear the first of the "Travel Talks" by
Mrs. Kate Crary. The topic was
jn hey flipped in the I masterly ability. Mrs. Crary is an ex-
is a master hand in using his magnifi
„g8afe,y tains, villages and glaciers the sunrise
anJ 8»".seJ elJ?cts
bt 1 aul Dispatch: If the^ tramps highest market price. Come and
have organized a union, one of the first
the
We take chickens every day and pay
ge^. OUp
prjces
on
Spring Chickens
Old Hens
Old Roosters
Turkeys
Ducks
Geese
Guineas
Pigeons per doz.
LOO MIS BROTHERS
Phone No. 551. East Mill Street
Here's Good Advice.
O S. Woolever, one of the best
known merchants of LeRaysville, N.
Y., says: "If you are ever troubled
with piles, apply Bucklen's Arnica
Salve It cured me of them for good
20 years ago." Guaranteed for sores,
wounds, burns or abrasions. 25c at K.
O Wold's drug store.
Entertainment Course.
The Library Board has just issued
the outline for a fine course of lectures
and entertainments to^be given in Aus
tin during the season 'jof 1907-1908
They have as heretoforeflendeavored to
supply the city with good and whole
some pleasure and profit at a very low
cost. The course will be given in the
Congregational church—wiU consist of
five numbers for which season tickets
will be $1.50. Seats may be reserved
at Wold's Saturday, Nov 2, at 9 o'clock
sharp for fifty cents additional.
Following is the Jlist of entertain
ments and their dates,^which will com
prise the course. A twenty|page pam
phlet giving complete information con-
eveninS'
tion to close up as quickly as possible rsome especialiy fine {attraction for. *n.
cn
fhof
might take remove to Rockham.
I Farm, Stock and'Home: Everyone
who iB weW acquainted with Minnesota
Wa.
his business affairs here so that he can
I
Not-
5-Minne-
Friday evening, Deo 13 —Dr. D.
Fox, one of Chicago's most successful
clergymen, will deliver'his greatest lec
ture "The Neglected Cavalier."
Thursday evening, Feb. 13.—Robert
Parker Miles of New York ICjty, lec
turer, author, traveler, will give his
most popular lecture "Tallow Dips."
Tuesday evening, March 17.—Elias
Day and Oranne Truitt-Day, charac
teriets.
Monday evening, March 30.—The
Concert Favorites, a company of real
artists, will give the last number of the
regular course.
The committee expects to secure
extra number in the month of January
Course tickets will be on sale within a
few days.
Badly flixed Up.
Abraham Brown, of Wintprton, jf.
Y., had a very remarkable experience
he says: "Doctors got badly mixed up
over me one said heart disease two
called it kidney trouble the fourth,
blood poison, and the fifth stomach and
liver trouble but none of them helped
me so my wife advised trying Electric
Bitters, which are restoring me to per
fect health^ One bottle did 'me. more
good than'all the five doctors preWrib
ed" Guaranteed for blood poison,
weakness ai)d all stomach, liver and
kidne: ,complaiut, Wold,
iftuT
TARLE DELICACIES
4
__
MVM.
WORTH TRYING FOR CHANGE IN.
THE MENU.
Cocoa Cookies Popular with Those
Who Have a Sweet Tooth—Ex
cellent Plum Pudding Sauce
—Good Summer Cutlets.
Cocoa Cookies.—Cream half cup of
butter with three-fourths cup of
sugar. Add one bssten egg and one
fourth cup of sweet milk. Sift to
gether with two cups of flour, one
fourth teaspoonful of salt, two tea
spoons of baking powder, four tea
spoons of dry cocoa, and one teaspoon
of einnamon. Combine wet and dry
mixtures. Bake 15 minutes in hot
oven.
Grape Jelly.—To seven pounds of
grapes, add a double handful of juicy
crabappleg. Make the jelly in the
usual way. It will be firm and retain
its shape when^turned out of the mold.
Plum Pudding Sauce.—Cream to
gether a ^cupful of sugar and half a
cupful of butter. When light and
creamy, "add the welt beaten yolks of
four egg's. Stir into this one wine
glass of brandy, a pinch of salt, and
one large cupful of hot cream. Beat
this mixture well. Place in a sauce
pan over a fire and stir it until it
cooks sufficiently to thicken like
cream.
Tea Rolls.—One quart of flour, one
teacup of warm milk, half a teacup of
good yeast,- two eggs, level table
spoonful of sugar, salt to taste. Mix
into a soft dough at nine o'clock. Let
It rise well knead thoroughly, and
make into small rolls, sprinkle slight
ly with warm water set to rise again,
and bake quickly.
Mother's Muffins.—O^e-quarter cup
melted butter, add twv eggs, one
tablespoon sugar, pinch of salt beat
together one teacup sweet milk, two
cups flour, two teaspoons baking pow
der.
Summer Cutlets.—Take half a dozen
small cutlets of lamb and stew until
thoroughly done, in good stock with a
plentiful supply of soup vegetables.
Take them out and weight them down
with a board until cold. Brush over
with glaze and ornament on one side
with pretjty colored vegetables, cut in
to thin strips and arranged to fo .1 a
lattice pattern. Make a salad of iiie
cold boiled vegetables with peas to
predominate, and heap it in a dish.
Lay the cutlets around the edge with
the ornamented side up and garnish
the top with chopped aspic jelly.
Ramsey Hills
Flour
Our North Star Br^nd is a high pat
ent guaranteed to give satisfaction
whether sold or exchanged for wheat.
Feed Prices Are High
Have your wheat milled and get all
the ilour and feed of it back.
WeHiH Durum
or any other wheat in 10 or 20 bushels
grists at 10c per bushel, with the best
possible results.
Our Graham
Is selected wheat carefully 'Cleaned
and milled.
Buckwheat Flour, Corn Meal and Mill
Stuff Generally.
Feed Grinding receives special attention
Highest market price for wheat.
Try Ramsey Mills for a square deal 1
J. H. Meyer
Proprietor.
Read What He Says About
Gray Hair
Gray hair is simply faded hair. Hair
"turns" gray simply because the blood of
the scalp fails to supply the roots of the hair
with the natural secretions that give it color.
If your hair is gray—don't dye it! Colors
obtained by the use of dyes are but tempo
rary and are immediately detected. They
don't look natural. My preparation labeled:
Gray Hair Restorer
(NOT A DYE)
By its nourohing propetties r®«tor«»'tHe
haii to its youthful' condition and stimulates
the deposit of natter that gives it nature's
color.
The dealer, named below, sells E. Burn
ham's
preparations. Call there and ask for
a FREE Sample Bottle of Grajr Hair
Restorer, Hair and Scalp Tonic or Cucum
ber Qeam and a copy of the Gift Booklet,
entitled "How to Be Beautiful" which con
tains valuable secrets every woman should
know. It you cannot call, send ten cents
(to cover mailing expenses) direct to E.
Burnham, 70-72 State Street. Chicago, 111.
R. R. MURHHV,
Austin, Minn.
Goodness
Sake Get
A&A)
CORN SYRUP
A Treat That
Maic.es You Eat
SHIP YOUR
Austin
Greenhouses,
A. N. KINSriAN, Proprietor,
Austin, Minn.
Wholesale and Retail
Choice Cut Flowers
Plants and
Floral Designs.
ROSES A SPECIAL
Orders Promptly Filled.
Long Distance Phone 42.
is not high and
Strip, lb..
Pig Pork Roast
Pork Trimmings
Karo
Corn Syrup
is more than "goodness"
—it's afood so valuable in
its properties that author
ities class it high among
food products. Not only
nutritious but delicious
—fa golden syrup of ex
quisite flavor that pleases
all palates. For every use
from griddle cakes to
candj^
10c., 25c., and 50e.
in airrtiglit tins.
CORN PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING CO.
E S A I S E I 8 6 7
HIDES, FURS,WOOL,EXL
DIRECT TO US AND SAVE SMALL DEALERS' PROFITS.
D. BERGMAN & CO., ST. PAUL,MINN.
Top market prices, Immediate eturns
Write for price list and shipping tag5.
THE PRICE ON
HAM
AND
BACON
Salt Pork
ering price of live hogs.
Hams
and
lb.. O^
FuJl Cream Cheese
lb
Brick Cheese
lb
Limberger Cheese
lb
Primost Cheese
lb
Fresh Bread
loaf
Bread,
6 loaves for
Red Alaska Salmon
can
!/.
..'19 to
Lard
Beef
AC
Austin brand, lb I^v»
Picnic Hams |Q£
'Bacon
IOC
3 lbs for
DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT.
Canned Corn
can, 6c and.
Peas,
can, 10c and.
ISC
18c
20c
I2ic
5c
25c
I5c
Sweet
Sour
Dills
Mixed
Mustard
Bananas, Oranges, Lemons
HormeFs Provision fifoirket
50% xaort)
Sppt
CMh
ror
fa
I
are cheap consid­
and
cheap also. Call and see what we have to offer at
prices mentioned below.
Pork Cuts
are
Boiling: Beef ~r
lb
Pot^ Roast Beef
TBr
Pot^ Roast Beef
Good Beef 5teak
jqC
JQ£
Pork Neck Ribs in
Qq
jq^
JQ£
Fresh Pork Sausage jQ^
Fresh Wieners |Q£
Fresh Bologna
Pickles
mDE^iMd
RAW
by shlpplnsr tons than by selUne at Jgome. PiaIif 'aii^x«si' *I,rompt' cash retorts.
Write for Pric.
List. Market Rt
most ri
NSAPOU
4,'V"V
(nwa.il Iiri I
10c
I5c

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