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THE PIERZ JOURNAL. Vol. i. PIERZ, MORRISON COUNTY. MINNESOTA, NOVEMBER 4. 1<)<)0. N0.20 ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦a)..*.* ♦ ♦♦♦■♦■♦♦♦♦♦•.▼«> f ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ LOCAL HAPPENINGS Cont,ribut»ions of News for t»his Department, Will be Greatly Appreciated. ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦■ ♦ ♦• * ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ PIOVFR ^FFIl SH.PPF.VAl-L SAINTS DAY MelWermerskirchen. ImPICP i AND ALLSOUL'S DAY/! P«ty of ladle, out to rnUlVl rIEnZ threshn Charles A ' I Saints ])uy v. rved * Vanherke of Littl in the usual way. Avery Falls who has been buying; clov-1 iarg-e concourse of people v er seed in the vicinity oi Pierz, !:I attendan. shipped a car yesterday con- church where ma read by taming in the neighbo.-iood of Father Stiegler. After' worth of the valuable §3,000 The raising of clo <l is November is here and still no Prank Faust made a bus Rowing industry in this sec-l regular passenger service start- trip to Little Falls Tuesday. tion and promises to become a m lis\,f;h,"^ls",.'u,m'' I [t looks as thou8 ak source of much profit to the mills ot tne gods etc. | thieves were getting busy in the, farmers. V. ire other] Mrs. Dr. Seguin wenl toLittle village. Several pieces ol pork places in the county where bet- Falls yesterday and will under- which Meyer Bros. w< re, makijtg b-r results i t, Mr. go an operation for appendicitis ready for smoking disappeared j Vanherke informs us. a fairly this wee | mysteriously the other night as: Sfood grade is produced , did also some corn belonging to. and at the present price of $7.75 Nick lerhaar has acceptea a Herman Meyer. Way he it was per bushel and considering ths position in the Kenton County a Halloween trick. State Bank at Sauk Rapids. r , , ., , ., i Mrs. Harsch of Lastrup re- John and Frank Kappes and turm.(1 a wefik o prid |rom W^niambitzmann of_ Buckman iPort Ripley w|](.iv s])(, undef. at treatment with Mrs. Root for a cancer of the nose. The treatment appears to be sucess- ful. A daughterof Mrs. Harsch, from the southern part of the state, has been taking care of her during her illness. a pn was formed which marched to the • the usual ceremonii per formed. progress last Fi ternoqn. Mel. seems to bi -.villi are plastering the new residence of \)r. ttirkhoff. Died. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fleckensteip last Sunday niKrht. The funeral was held yesterday at St. Joseph's church. A number ol relatives ^nd i riends of Paul Hoheisel ci on him Sunday night and enjoyed themselves so well that thej did not depart for their homes until the next morning. John Gross, son of The (rross, who had his an in three places by a threshing machine belt last week at Lastrup is getting along nicely under the circumstances. Vincenz Altrichter of Little Falls was in Pierz a few days last week visiting with Conrad Stangl ami Robert Gruber. Everything in t*e line of lombe' can be had at reas nable prices at John Burgerding & Cos Lumber Yard. Mrs. Louis Br of Las trup. who he tpera- tion last .lul\ ' ir appedicitis wi 11 have to undergo ordeal again a s the operation was not success A wedding which wi 11 be of interest to the people of Bull town and \ i 'e at Casselton, X. D. yesterday when Christina, daughter of Mr. and Mr,-,. I Lerma n I r tehlicli k as united in marriage to A Iberi nig. Mis, Froehlich was accom panied by her father !ea\ in that place Tuesday. It is un- I'eter l.illstein loaded a car of hay and stock Tuesday to be shipped to John Kraemer at i ouver. Henry Kraemer will accompany the car. Mrs. Kraemer and the rest of the family will start from Little Falls for the wesl the same day. Dr. Fortier. dentist, in Pierz the second Sunday every month. ( has. Lathan of Little rails, spent a lew days in Pierz the latter part of last week". He says he ma}' make Pierz his future home. Bertha Sosgorski who has been employed at Morris for several years will be marri* that place this week" and she and her husband will visit her family in Lastrup Sunday. Christ. Tretter and I rich will he married al Morris une ,):) Nov. (>. The young couple The sixth annual meeting of the Morrison County Sunday Association was held at national church in as ills on Tuesdaj and crop should lie a "Wednesday. NOTICE. Those who are owing me individually or who have Iunsettled accounts with SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION !as?cnwank,&rosSchwan" |kl & Sloniker and Kingen &Schwankl are requested VICTIMS OF MAWS CUPIDITY Becvcr. -Jis-n. Seatr. V. '•. e All Gradually Cxtinct Kiirai ! the firms formerly known value of the straw profitable o Mr. Vanherke states that he presentations from all parts of the county were present and has made a shipment from Little a teresting session was Falls, and wil I from there. He will also make shipments from Pillager, Bow lus and Rice's and expects make one more shipment from Pierz. are both wei I know a hede. Haul Hoheisel recentlyJ>ought two expensive cows paying $30 a piece for them. (hie is 13 the other 1 I years old. So Paul says. v_ Very little was doing here on Halloween either in the social or spooky line. Only a fen- harmless tricks were played by ihe youngst" derstood that the young couplej Ben itton of Vineland. will make selton. their home af ('as | B. G. Terhaar returned from St. (.'loud Saturday, where he visited his daughter Sister Adeline O. S. B. of St. Mary's convent. Mr. Terhaar also visited Father Raster, who is ill with rheumatism at that place. Father Raster v. a formerly l- ed .it Little Falls and is well ..ii ie this \ icinlty. John Borgerdi g & Co always keeps a complete supply of 1 umber. Sash a d Doors, Lime and Lcment. Subscribe tor theJOURNAL. THE MARKET Changed every Thursday Wheat, No. 1 Jfortbern '.'1 ,, •_' Northern 91 ., :; Northern 38 FiatX l.fJC- Barloy 43 Kye '. (SU Oats 'M I lav .... 6) to Si Umter, Cr<\i inei \ iin . . Dairy 15J -fl St 2 SH) . , Straight 2 s i Potatoes 2\ was a business called in Bier/. first part of the week. Dr. and Mrs. Seguin drove to Little Bui Is on Wednesday. Seguin remained at the hospital and will l>e operated on for appendicitis on Friday. SCHOOL REPORT, The following pupils attending school in district 16, Agram e neither absent nor tardy during Hie month ending October -J.i: Laura Boehm. Susan Bolster, Angela and Loi Kippley, Hubert, Rose and Eva Raucli, Theresia and Margarel Stumpf. Agnes and Gertrude Stumpf, Louise and Ida Wuellner, Bernhard Sporlein. K'attie Haselkamp, Teacher. If this warm, spring like weather ap a little long er, the readers of the JOURNAL will have the privilege of pe rusing an o<\<' to Indian Sun that will make the verse of Old Hill Shakespeare look like thirty cents. We have the Lnspira tion now an. ginning to sing to us. We havi* lined the following preliminary lines to this p <>h, Indian Summer You're a human r, We're glad you've come this way With your scarlet dresses And russet tres- \Ye hope yo ay. Andy Fenh, our county sur- ir was cal led to the town of Platte la-it Monday to survey road near Christ. e's pla ' FrankSehwanklSr. has moved to the \ ilia has rented Kubil house in tie, - son Bd. Schwankl, who married recently, will take charge oi the farm about live miles west ol" Pierz. His father in-law, Um Kingen, is making his home with the young coup Go to Reynold's for your barher work. Me can satisfy you. PeterThiesen of Meyer. Iowa, is visiting with Jos. Jaeger, lie is looking over the country. Anton Dombovy ot Holding- ford spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother ot this place. Have r tzor. Reynold's hone your E. Gravel made a business to the county seat Tin's WANTS Ai!\ .• - in this coluain are cbargod im- at the rate of th e I- -i fee yw line. For Sale All my household furniture, as gt>od as new must be sold before No- \ ember 15. Mrs. John Holster. Get your lumber. Sash ind Door.*, f ime and Cement from John Borgerding & Co. E. X. Virnig and family have moved into the Theo. Thielen residence. W. T. Blewett representing the Oliver Typewriter Co. was in the village Tuesday and as a result some of us poor writers will be able to make our writing more legibl Alois Keller left for Rochester, Minn., Monday to consult with physicians. Mr. Keller has been in very poor health for some months and will probably have to undergo an operation. C. trip day. New copper telegraph wire is soon to replace the old wire along the new Brooton-Duluth branch of the Soo. Mesdames Nelson and Wermerskirchen and Delia Wermerskirchen spent Wednesday at Little Balls. Miss Brick' and Miss (iross of Little Falls visited at Jos. due ger's east id' town last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hies returned from the cities last Friday, Miss i is back at her post at Vouderhaar's millinery store after a pleasant visit at s, N. D. Apples! Apples! Just receive, over a carload of apples. Have about 200 bushels of Baldwins and Spices mixed which 1 will sell af Si per bushel. Others from $1.25 to $1.50 per bu. Now Is the time to get y<.ur apples before the price goes up. FRANK GRELL. Meyer Bros, drove about fif teen Ljead of cattle to Foley to day which they purchased in this vicinity. TS. Look, who is employed in F.X.SchwankPs meat market went to Sullivan lake last Tuesday morning to spend a few days at home with his family. W.B. Schreiner of Little Balls' who is now employed with the Minneapolis BrewingCo. called on his customers here yesterday" A movement is in progress to put on a home talent play at this place so - durinj wink h.i i e tin- fines ci lilies for theatricals here of any place outside ol the la 1 cities Notice of Special Election Notice is herebv given that a special t lection w II be? held in ' he schfiol h use in di v rict No. 1 27 in t he t Granite on the 13th of Nov. 1 (>') for the purpose of voting". upon the proposition of issu inir to the state o1 Minnesota Hie bonds of said municipality in th a<,r";rebate sum of one thousand do lars, bearing1 interest at the rale ol 4 perci nt per annum, the proceeds tiieu- of to be used tor i ne purpose of bui d'ng school house and furnishing the same anil to be numbered nnd to matuie as set forth in the resolution, now on tiie in the < thee of the clerk of the district. Wm.Me er, Clerk. Dated Nov. 2nd 190«J. to settle their accounts by Nov 13th. Unle5s settlement is made on or before th^ ab>ve date the ac-1 counts will be placed in! the hands of a collector with instructions to collect by law if necessary. F. X. SCHWANKL. Tli' threat nnd was whale ' tin- ■ iiled t. Hunters Kill Big Cn Ti.. Kiiczly nights lor th' 11 Trinity region has at last heen slain Tie kilit il by mining man < 'ninns along the Sin inoui I ability, killed Th' is the fine: t and in the Trinity mountain re Kions. The animal bad 1 him irretpqndi cl Ity and Graces. or tii lor <>t the bu tho ■ made with 1 that the min 1 had to sprout rnltlli i : 1 •; will i> Professional Cards Taken : p. At ray place, about i> milts south east of Pier/, tour e 1 rly spring * alves. The owner may have same bv proving property and paying tice Math. Patist-r. NOTICE. All persons are hereby strictly forbidden to use \v«:ter fr<>m the village hydrants for any purpose whatsoever except in caoe of fire or under the direction of the prop er authorities for firemen's prac- JACOB NEISIUS, Pres. Villnjre Council. DISINFECTING SCHOOL BOOKS. In France physicians have devised a scheme tor disinfecting and cleaning Kcho( 1 books. A machine sucks the dust from the leaves and automatically bathes them in a disinfectant, and in a <rreat dryer, something like a modem clothesdrye , such as ustd in laundries, the books are dried. When you are dry remember vou can wet vgur whistle withGoldenGrain Belt Beer. It invigorates and should be kept in your cellar for dailv use. Order of v< ur nearest dealer or be supplied by E. S. Tanner. Little Falls. E. Ii. Kerkhoit PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Plerz Minn. Edward Seguin PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office et Ornq Store Pierz Minn. A. H. VERNON, ATTORNEY AT LAW First National Bank Building. LITTLE FALLS, - - MINN. Tel; ; Predicted the Airship. ■ ill be . and says I in ail he would 1 Subscribe lor the Jiil'h The Bijou Theatre AT Faust's Opera House 1 have installed a new latest improved Edison Motion Picture Machine will give entertainments every Sunday night only Sunday night Entire Change of Film every Night. Admission only io cents Get your razor sharpened at Reynold's. All work guaranted. Notice. All persons who are indebted to me are requested to settle by Nov. 15. If not paid on or before the above date the accounts will be given to a collector Mrs John Bolster. NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all parties that are owing us to settle their accounts by Nov. 15th. We are willing to extend favors as far as possible, but we desire to im pres* upon you the necessity of meeting the same promptly in order to enable us to meet our obligations, and in asking this we are asking nothing more of y:u than our creditors ask of us. Please give this your immediate attention and oblige Respectfully yours, P. W. BLAKE. JOHN N.EAUST, Prop. lfyouar.» figuring on build ng come in and let us figure on your lumber. John Borgerding & Co. Royal Fancy Patent $2.90 White Rose Patent $2.80 For Sale by all the leading merchants. We guarantee every sack. Having made arrangements to ship wheat, we are now pre- pared to buy a I wheat at the highest market price. Give us a trial. YOURS TOR BUSINESS RICH PRAIRIE MILLING CO.
|Title||The Pierz Journal (Pierz, Morrison County, Minnesota), 1909-11-04|
|Succeeding Titles||Royalton Banner; The Royalton Banner - Pierz Journal|
|Edition||Volume 1, Number 20|
|Date of Creation||1909-11-04|
|Publishing Agency||F.L. Preimesberger (Pierz, Morrison County, Minnesota)|
|Minnesota Reflections Topic||Communication|
|Item Physical Format||Newspapers|
|Formal Subject Headings||
Advertising -- Newspapers
|Locally Assigned Subject Headings||Banner-Journal|
|Minnesota City or Township||Pierz|
|State or Province||Minnesota|
|Contributing Organization||Morrison County Historical Society, 2151 S. Lindbergh Dr. P.O. Box 239, Little Falls, MN 56345|
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THE PIERZ JOURNAL.
PIERZ, MORRISON COUNTY. MINNESOTA, NOVEMBER 4. 1<)<)0.
f ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Cont,ribut»ions of News for t»his Department,
Will be Greatly Appreciated.
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦■ ♦ ♦• * ♦
PIOVFR ^FFIl SH.PPF.VAl-L SAINTS DAY MelWermerskirchen.
ImPICP i AND ALLSOUL'S DAY/! P«ty of ladle, out to
rnUlVl rIEnZ threshn
A ' I Saints ])uy v. rved
* Vanherke of Littl in the usual way. Avery
Falls who has been buying; clov-1 iarg-e concourse of people v
er seed in the vicinity oi Pierz, !:I attendan.
shipped a car yesterday con- church where ma read by
taming in the neighbo.-iood of Father Stiegler. After'
worth of the valuable
The raising of clo |