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The Family
Phy s/c/an
The best in in the
world cannot take the place of
the family physician. Consult
him early when taken ill. If
the trouble is with your
throat, bronchial tubes, or
lungs, ask him about taking
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then
take it or not, as he says.
We publish our formulas
We banish alcohol
from our medicines
We urge you to
consu't your
Erie of Spring Valley, parents of Mr.
Iver Iverson were also guests of
daughter over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitcomb
wen7, to Rochester Monday.
Miss Nanna Blackmar was a guest
of Miss Gretta Goettle last week.
Miss Bessie McKee of Stewartville
spent Thanksgiving at her home in
Le Roy.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Howe enter
tained at a family Thanksgiving din
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Stiles of
Adams were guests of their daugh
ter, Mrs. John Buck, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Major Laws of
Chester ate Thanksgiving turkey in
Le Roy.
The Le Roy Cadet band will render
the play Hazel Kirk at the opera
hou.- e. Friday evening, Nov. 6. Al-
though the play is a heavy one. they
tain to accomplish. We bespeak for
them a full house.
T. P. Giddings of Chicago was a
guest of Mrs. B. F. Garvey and other
Le Roy friends Saturday.
The Ladies' Guild of the Presby
terian church will hold their annual
sale at Saturday, Nov. 7, in the din
ing room at the opera house. A chick
The L. J. Phillips girls were all
home for Thanksgiving and turkey.
December again and the next we
know Christmas will be upon
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Phillips re-
Snvder at Newton la
Rosemont spent Thanksgiving here
C. R. Varco received a car of
Chri£tm£ic goods ..londay.
Winnie O'Malley of Minneapolis
is visiting friends in town.
N. H. Garrison says it is far easier
now to get home every night than
when he lived on the prairie.
Mrs. Joseph Meyer of Green Bay,
Wis., came Monday to visit her
brother, John Ulwelling.
r* onont Th
Ing day with her sister, Mrs. Wm.
Wynn, at London.
Clarissa Boulton has been quite
sick for the past week.
Frank Moshier has purchased the
Pinnekey farm. Mr. Pinnekey will
now reside with his mother at Man
ley, Iowa.
Quite a number from* here at
tended the dance at London Thanks
giving eve. All report a fine time.
Joseph Boulton has purchased 3.0
sheep of Frank Davison of Austin.
Gl, '.StbilL, -i. «....
have a strong cast and whatever the 1 tional bank at Minot. He says they
Cadet band undertakes they are cer-
Mr. Powell holds a government po-
Blooded Poultry for Sale.
it. tr
C., M. & St. P. Time Table.
Passenger, west bound 2:41 and 11 45 p. m.
Passenger, east bound 12:07 and 7:31 p. m.
Freights, west bound 4:55 p. m.
Freights, east bound 8:40 a. m.
Roy Pierce of Minneapolis was a
guest of* friend (s) here on Thanks
W. O. and Frank Bacon returned
to their respective homes in Superior,
Wis., and St. Paul on Thursday,
leaving their father, B. F. Bacon, no
better. Mr. Bacon seems to remain
about the same. Though he is bet
ter at times, he is weaker.
Mrs. Frank Bacon came down
from St. Paul last week.
Olaf Peterson, Edna Sleeper,
Vaughn and Myrtle Johnson, Clar
ence Dahle and George Gillett re
to O at a on a to
Bilious attacks, sick-headaches, indiges-i
tion, constipation, dizzy spells-these resume their studies at Pillsbury
a a a
liver. Ask your doctor if he endorses
Ayer's Pills in these cases. The dose
is small, one pill at bedtime.
=^Made by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass.
.1. Hendrickson of South Dakota
"lias been visiting his cousins, the
Iverrions, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. 1 surprise and farewell party on him.
Academy, after a few days spent at
The steam heating plant at the
Commercial is now doing full duty,
and giving good satisfection.
The special services at the M. E.
church closed on Friday evening.
About thirty of the friends of
Rasmus -Nelson gathered at his home
last Thursday evening as a sort of a
A very enjoyable evening was spent
by all present, the only regret being
that he was to depart from here.
Rasmus Nelson left Saturday for
Peoria, 111., where he will learn the
jewelry and optical business.
Frank Hill and Forrest Tanner
loaded a car of hogs on Sunday morn
ing and shipped them to Chicago,
Forrest going along with the ship
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Wiesbeck left
on Thursday for Dubuque, Iowa,
news having been received that the
former's mother was dying. Roy
Hazel of Spring Valley is taking Mr.
W's place at the lumber yard. Mr.
W's mother passed away on Friday.
Thomas K. Dahle, Jr., writes from
Minot, N. D., enclosing a check for
The Transcript for one year. Tommy
dinner will be served at noon.
Cards are out for the wedding of from here to other parts to live, have
A. B. Powell and Miss Stellla Howe, that longing to be back here, so
Nov. 11. 1907. They will depart im-! that one cannot help but come to
Mrs. F. H. em and ban. ot Austin, *jett
breeders of thoroughbred fowls, Barred
Plymouth Rocks, Silver Wyandotte,
Bronze Turkeys and Toulouse Geese,
Have young stock for sale now. Rural
Route 6. New phone.
Quite a good many took in the
dance at Adams Thanksgiving night.
Snbw fell Friday night but not
enough for sleighing.
P°siti°n with the Union Na-
^ayinS delightful weather up
there, only having had one snow
storm and the snow is already gone.
He said there was nothing like North
Dakota for him, although he would
like to be down near home. It is a
little hard on collections there this
fall as the crops were small and
some of the grain destroyed by hail.
We do not care who it is. but the
majority of people who have gone
mediately for the Philippines, where, the conclusion that this is an ideal county is right now. Only 50 cents
Regular price $2.00. This map sent
free to any one sending to us a new
subscriber tf
to live in.
sitioii. Mrs. J. P. Hanson and son. Master
Rev. J. S. Budlong. rector of Harold, left on Tuesday of this week
Christ church. Austin, will hold f°r California, where they will spend
Episcopal services in the Boyd school the winter with Mrs. Hanson's
house, Wednesday evening, Dec. 11, 'father. They expect to return about
at 7:30. Everybody cordially invited,
Mrs. E. D. Shook has not been
well since her sudden attack of a
few weeks ago and is at preseent
t, iin bed at the home of George Bart-
jn Augtin
George Bemis is shipping out
pressed flax straw from here this
Miss Mabel Henderson called on
friends in Austin Saturday. 'Nuff
The Baptist and Methodist S. S.
will both have trees on Christmas
Remember the chicken pie sup
per and entertainment at the Mason's
hal1 on
and no money.
The Willing Workers served din- ^ome Mr. and Mrs. John
ner in the new hall Thanksgiving
turned Monday from a week's visit *heir wedding. Their four children
with their daughter, Mrs. Howard
Mrs.' John O'Malley and father of
evening of this week.
who do not
supper can purchase the enter-
tickets at the door for 10
Warren was the
scene of a very
pleasant gathering on Thanksgiving
11 beIng the 53rd
Pres©nt, viz. Mrs. C. O. Sleep-
George atnd Arthur, with
sides Roy Pierce of Minneapolis and
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stowe, the lat
ter being the only living witness of
their marriage in Beaver Dam, Wis.,
53 years ago. May t^iey have many
more anniversaries.
Those having any news items
please hand or send them in to Mr.
Quimby on or before Monday noon
of each week. Anything handed in
later than this is apt to be too late
and we cannot guarantee it being
printed in that week's issue.
Stock for Sale.
I have about 25 young Poland China
boars for Bale: also a few young Short
horn bulls, and Cotswold bucks, all
thoroughbreds. JOHN J. FURLONG,
Farm three miles east. Austin, Minn.
—Do you want your hide tanned?
We tan and line horse and cattle hides
for robes baltwellandship by freight.
Established 189&. 12 years experience..
Fred Gruber was arrested Wednes
day for the larceny of a coat from
Sam Hanson. He got thirty days.
A number of our poultry fanciers
will exhibit at the show at Owaton
na to be held in January.
The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will
give a Norwegian supper at the
opera house next Saturday evening.
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will
give a fair and turkey supper at
Morton's hall next Tuesday, Dec. 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gosha spent
Thanksgiving with relatives in Aus
William Benson had two acres of
sod broken on Tuesday, Nov. 26. Not
so bad.
The Baptist Ladies' Aid was en
tertained at the home of Mrs. Colquo
houn Friday evening.
Sam and Theodore Christianson
left Monday for Christiana, Norway,
to spend Christmas.
A big Thanksgiving dance was
given at the opera house Friday even
Chris D. Lynard and Miss Nora C.
Herdina were married Nov. 26.
Earl W. Johnson returned last
week from Oakes, N. D., where he
spent the summer.
—The best chance you will have for
years to get a good wall map of Mower
A daughter was born to Mrs. Earl
Parmenter, Nov. 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Aultfather en
tertained Prof, and Mrs. C. R. Boos
trom of Austin and Mrs. David Ault
fa.ther and. son and daughter on
Thanksgiving day.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ames of Min
neapolis are visiting th«ir daughter,
Mrs. C. B. Sayles.
The meeting of the Society of
Equity at the school house Saturday
evening was pretty well attended
considering the weather.
A number from here attended the
funeral of Veteran John Conner at
Austin Saturday.
Leslie Pike commenced attending
school at the S. M. Normal college
Miss Erma Green of Austin visit
ed her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Spooner, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larspn and
children of Meltonville, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Hanson of Nevada and
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kilgore of Lyle
spent Sunday with W. E. Kilgore's
A son was born to Mrs. Harry C.
Trowbridge in Austin on Friday.
Mrs. CJinda Rockefellow of Lyle
spent Monday with Grandma Varco.
Robert Frazer is home from Spo
kane, Wash., and other western cit
ies. He has been gone about three
Miss Emeline Hart, who is teach
ing'. at Nerstrand, came home to
spend Thanksgiving, returning Sun
day afternoon.
Elmer Holt, who has been visiting
Mrs. Frank Pratt, left for Denver,
Colo., Friday.
Dora Hall of Dexter visited her
grandmotner, jars.
Riley Pickett of Magnolia
Monday to visit relatives here.-
The Happy Thought club will
meet with Mrs. S. E. Harts east of
Austin, Thursday, Dec. 5, for din
ner. Be sure and bring your thim
Harry Kilgore spent last week
Barthel at Clarion,1
He waa
Lea,Minn. tf jday, Herman accompanying him.
expected home Tues-
500 of the Best Overcoats You Ever Saw at
$7.50 $10.00
We positively make it pay you to drive 25 miles to buy our Clothing
Golden Eagle House
Mr. Markham returned from Chi
cago Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jones, former
ly of this village, arrived here Tues
day and are visiting with friends.
Mrs. S. P. Christensen and children
came down from Rush City Tuesday
for a short visit with friends before
going to Moscow, to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Register.
Mr. John Register of Moscow was
in our village Tuesday afternoon.
Frank Phillips came down from
Minneapolis Tuesday evening to
spend Thanksgiving at home.
Veta Johnson came down from
Owatonna Wednesday for a few days'
Mr. and Mrs. Art Hammond and
children arrived here from Ipswich,
S. D., Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards of St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eastman of
Rose Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Thompson from this village were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Thurs
The J. G. and S. H. Vaughan fam
ilies spent Thursday in Blooming
Prairie with J. F. Beatty's family.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and children
spent Thanksgiving with Geo. Dut
cher's family.
The Ladies' Aid will meet with
Mrs. H. M. Mclntyre Thursday after
noon. All invited to attend.
The Misses Loretta Furlong of
Austin and Winnie O'Malley of Min
neapolis visited Hattie Mclntyre Fri
day and Saturday of last week.
H. R. Soule and Geo. Winn left
for Chicago to attend the cattle show.
Miss Dora Clark of Austin was a
guest of Mrs. Markham Sunday.
H. B. Roe's family spent Thursday
with Mr. Bowie's family in Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. Winters returned
from their visit in Oakland the fore
part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitelaw and niece,
Jessie, of Minneapolis spent a few
days here with Mr. and Mrs. La Bar,
then they, in company with the La
Bar families, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Neller of Austin Thursday.
Miss Lillie Lamber of Cedar Falls,
niece of Mrs. H. Lyons, came Satur
day for a short visit, leaving for
home Monday.
Guy Chaffee and wife of Freeborn
came Friday for a short visit with rela
Ray Chaffee and wife and son were
here Friday from Austin for a short
Miss Myrtle Weber returned Wednes
day from Charles City, Iowa, where
she visited cousins for about two
Mrs. Conant of Minneapolis visited
F. A. Carll and other relatives the first
part of the week.
Geo. W. Eastman's family and Wal-jter
lace Gregson's family from Austin
It wM please yoa
toksowhow wtil w» docleeeins
and dyeing—how quiokly—ana
hcwuttlethe coal
Atrial wBTprotr* aanjm, nr
a* matter what the article may
Aram flimsiest laoe to clothe
fntperiti or raga, oar hr
itiea are eneurpaeeed. aad
aatlafcetion im fuaraatood.
W|y »ot sand a^trial feoadlo
WW Nlm will mm
spent Thanksgiving with F. A. Carll's
C. W. Ricketts, Ed. Beatty, Geo.
Beatty and their families and Mrs. J.
F. Beatty and Hazel came from Bloom
ing Prairie Friday for a short visit with
J. 6. Vaughn's folks.
A. F. McLain and family of Austin
spent Thursday with H. S. Hammond's
Ben Summy left Monday night with
a carload of household goods and stock
for his claim near Ruso, N. D. The
family are still here.
Mrs. Ruddock, wife of Rev. Chas.
A. Ruddock, died Saturday after a
brief illness. She was a native of New
York. Her husband is pastor of the
Congregational church here. Mr. and
Mrs. Ruddock celebrated their golden
wedding here last summer. Deceased
was a devoted Christian woman and
had a lovely character. She leaves her
husband and three daughters. Funeral
services, conducted by Rev. F. E.
Knopf of Austin, were held Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dixon took the
train Tuesday for Lisbon, is. D. to
visit their son Frank and their daugh-
L. A. Sherman returned Tuesday
evening from Fergus Falls where he
{served on the U. S. jury,
L. M. Eggen is drawn on the U. S.
district court at St. Paul this week
Mrs. W. Lodwick of Hartford, Wis.
came Tuesday of last week to see her
mother, Mrs, C. A. Ruddock.
1 A new carrier has been put in at the
Tow mill saving a good deal of handl
ing of the straw.
I held Thursday evening in the Congre
Igational church. Sermon by Rev. H.
IE. Hoare.
The wedding of Dan Rawn and Miss
Gena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. M.
I Hansen, took place at the bride's home
at high noon, Wednesday, Nov. 27.
We join in congratulations.
—Highest official markets price for
butter and eggs. THE HUB GROCEKY
All Interest is Now Focussed on
Buy Your Xmas Gifts Now
or Have Them Laid Aside.
Why Early Buying
is Best.
To buy intelligently one must buy early for
comfort and satisfaction to follow. Exclusiveness
has always beeD a strong point ac this store, many
articles and designs cannot be duplicated.
It is certain we have never invited the people
to view an offering quite as tempting.
Prices range from few a cents to many dollars.
Our Invitation to Visit
Us is Extended to all.
Take your time to view our showing thorough
Ask about qualities. Get prices. Find out all
you wish about everything in which you are inter
none too soon to do the choosing.
We will gladly lay aside
all selections.
Finest Moving Pictures
and Illustrated Songs
2 Shows Each Nifht. 8 and f:Ii p.
Special Souvenir Matinee, 9aHirdayt|3{p.m.
Complete Change of BUI fflj*
Monday and Thvrsday
Will Wear Specs
Some Day
Present statistics show that there
is a wonderful increase in the
number of people who depend on
Glasses for good vision. Take
enlightened Boston, "The Hub,"
for instance. There are more
people wearing Specs there than
in any other city of its size.
Where learning and progress are,
you wili find the most people
wearing Glasses. Are you going
to stay behind till you have to
have them and then maybe find
some small trouble has grown on
till Glasses wont remedy it?
If You Don't Need 'Em
I Tell You.
Eye Specialist.
One door east of Transcript.

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