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Vol. i. PIERZ, MORRISON COUNTY, MINNESOTA, APRIL 14, 1910. mmssmms^SMmsmssssmsMSssmsB NO. 48 HALLEY'S COSSET SOOM VISIBLE Ever since it was first announce;! that Halley's c.metl CENSUS TAKIN BEGINS TOMORROW On Friday 7(U) 10 interrdga' ters, men and woman, white A CHEERFUL LIAR TUESDAY NIGHT if the census. The States estimates that it United ] a put to work a body of enunier- 'tand- was on its way lo visit this j and colored, will begin the tak section of the universe, people have be n seeing all sorts oi things which they have un- hesriiatingly announced as the genuine ''it." The "tramp" comet, which was so conspicous in Janu irv, Venus, and • ro! a- bly the moon have each in their turn been identified by enthusiastic observers as Halley's comet How ver. the time has almost arrived when the "real thing" car, be s en with the nak d eve. Within a few dav-i t wiil b_ observable in the eastern sky about an hourbef re sunrise and tiie -<t__9—•SE***—•**__*»—t__5>—<*__5 family of about -. Home Talent Play -Will Be Given women and children, and it has. J already has emp! id will i TV r~\ ." (~~\ . rierz Dramatic Club By ators much greater than ing- army. The enumeration will all of the forty-five states and two territorys of the union proper, and also Hawaii and Porto Rico. :a, the Philippine id and Gaum will not be included, as especial arrangement ;ade for numb- the people of those dependencies. Under the status governing the work, the enumeration must a month, phenomenon will increase in brilliancy until the 18'..h of 1 be completed withiri May when the earth will pass thru its tail. limited to fifteen days. It is _J_ expected that some of the' re- _ ,-», _- »_ • i turns from the cities will be re- A PI--..:sant S-.rfsr.se Ceived as eariy as the first A. P. Bailee of Couer d' A in .Tune, but the e lene, Idaho, Sheriff - f Ko t a* Co., Idaho r>aid his brother H. C. Bailey and family a h as- Next Tuesdav evening the people of- Pierz aa.*u vi.init-y tvill have an i pjXir uni: witness one of the most, a mil.-* ing and popular plays has ever be, n put upon stage by amateurs. Alt the plav is a farcical comedy and all three acts are punctured with laughs from beginning ■«*■ end, vet then, is a well defined plot. You will certainly miss it before i I not be determined ill v_,o. lu.inu ii.ihi ins LUULiiei ' . . _. . , _A _-> n..:i .. „__-i t :i.. .. i... !--ome time in September. Director E. Dana .Durand is tv .i_.it \\ eon., saay leaving; counting. upon a roll of not fewer Thursvl iy m irning He \ was i than 90,000,000 names. Thi accompanied by Mrs. A. Eg-jtimate is based upon caculation ley and Mrs*. C. J, Rober son of hi- inal- of ..rgvle, Minn., both si-t«*rs : lowance for an increase ace of Mrs'. H. C Bai'ev. Mr ing to.the tendencies a in Baile-.' was u urble io make ah theTast thre< extended visit as he had iin- Between 1870 an the in- ..«,.+,.,'- hi, ;.,,.._■ n fr.r, ..,,* crease in the population was port,mt ou mess u> tran^acti „„ . ,. , i , • re i" cent; b and HI conuec ion with his office , and ^ .,- pe_ cent; A. P. Bailev was formers ... cent_ If n veMVent of Sherburne Co,, Uhe.d M nn., and 1 it r f St. Cloud, U] there Will be a jj-oiny- to tiie Couer d' Al of the i fail to be present and ( hear ' "A i A i anias" Shatter the truth, and see refullv he extrica es | ' in the most einbar-! j rassing dilemmas. e now "ti sale al F. X. Virnig's store Youi would better reserve your • ea Iv as a large nu ■>ber| of people from the surrounding towns are expected LUNCH ROOM ONEECJiONERY Lunches Served at til Hours 1 ^ im ©ream I Soto FiESIHl CAND1I tobaccos i cigar; i t CAST OF CHARACTERS P. X. Virnig H. ( Dr. A. Lysandcr Lyon, M. D Col. Lyon Derby Dashwood Francisco Baby '■oldfiliate . Pru< ayflower Kittie r Everything New, Neat and "Nitty" THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE SODA FOUNTAIN OUTSIDE OF TNE LARGE CI LIES MINNIE EAUST, - - - - P.oprietress [ -0—.—-0- -o-~-i -o -o—-*—o—*—c—*—o- Idaho young, ed ever sine whert he* was quite where he lias remain- Let Th.. Watter eff In hundreds ( f cases where drainage! i < desirable it i ss r\ t i girt ploy an engit - eer tn la\ out the work, nor tu use ex pensive systems of exca- Vaii >n. Much of ths w<>rlc can be done by the farm r himself after ihe execcise ot a little thoughtfuhiess. n the snow mee s in 1 he sprieff. or,after a heavy rain; in summer--anv time when there is standing water oi field —let the farmer ,_•§ o-er his land and d-t- rtni e if tin water, at its height, seek as natur 1 runway. It is easv where the water would escape if a few places were leveled down to a poi: t be ow the water abov* them. Place stakes at .bee hi* 1. paces, and a-, soon as the gn.y d w I permit of w rking. get bus. with a team. ; low and scr and cut down ih se lo'di p.ac- es. When .mother ram com s se - it the wa * r Bows off. If not, ob erve wh re the high p', c s ar a ad ag in go over them with team and sc aper Begin work at the lower i d of ' lie natural water course ad work up towards the slough*. Tli re may be places where greater excavation mav be required, ana this can of en be done with a spade seasons ot the year when there is a >nil in other work. Open ditch work of this character for a b*w years will relieve many fields of wet and unproductive pa.es now ex- i-ttng. and the farmer v i 1 rate Of gain to 17 per < The immigration figures for the last d iter. however, than for any of the previous Making allowance for this tation from the - for I b$ a bout for calculated that I to have been an addition of a- bout 14,1 Is. Much i is felt as to the showing regarding the pi native increase. Ti lera- tion ■ snow a . if to ward "r de." and it is Mr. Durand's hope that the reports of his " subordinates! may I i ap- : it declb tions in the and they ar - improve the r • )orts. '.*:- in tha coun I an o □ ad- to the vailing with r - to his holding's and th tion of their hou: i. In both ca . are to be icial calls of tl ' i, in the hope that both ruralist and urbanite will be more complete in their returns than o1 . might There also is to be unusual care in I n of the work o. iiiumerotors. ln the cities se. will fol low the men wi i; ils during their work, and in the the s will ': _cru- Th dry will con*: ■ [three principal branch.. scarcely realize thecost whih ulture. the cost ot cultivating the en- ana manufacturing. Tl: tire bel I Will be reduce I and tion.. will cover the a its productiveness increased, j the value and the product of — University Farm Pre.s farmes, includin il e- _*\ews. numeration of a 'the capital value r~\r-*<~ D.n't i»Ynpef.i 6f Products ai of em- IT V '<~* S V ■ ' ployes of mining and manufac- ____, I B-__i4w' ment with your ! J i turm The the in- ern- _noun 0 will be paid to R-.L1EF ASSOCIATION ORGAN'S A.relief association was g.'Miiz d lire 1 st Saturdav ni dit as an anx 1 .".>- oi the ii- r ment. The. foi. ing oBice rs were e'.ec • F,:i trsliik, Presid n*; 11. \: 1 c dent: s. T ' e , J a- s'oluier, • f. PiaiuoncJs it. <RI' JOUiNTY sY A. E. Reynoiiis, i.o.al Manager rl"i t of i :itr, ih;it . .IS 110th- irdinary it. Beca • quali- ybld' n gi ain belt I ome a national tonic. It aids digestion end restores : h O- der of y rest de Jer or be *d by 1 Tanner, I. ttie Falls. OPEN HOURS Prom 7:30 am to 12 M. ,, 1 P.M to G P.M. ., 7 ,. to l^ ., Every day d-'\ servi. « I o f o c i t p .1 3Z>:X MY MILLINERY o I Ml fhe LITEST STYLES li LadlSii5 m® OMirsiif s HATS UUi tl :rom 9 to 10 ■nd Sui will be . i n <r / to Blike pays \ I •> 1 o I I itc in "ASM for 6 I T o The ladies are invited to call and look i over my stock before purchasing their I SPRING HATS, Your tonsru ; foul. .ad ffo. show that trouble. To r -. and Chamberlain's Stom- tnd Liver Tablets will .'.sy to take and old by all deal Mr. and Mrs. Nick If.Muel- ted -a ith Mr. H. Den- g 1. Mrs. Mm 11 r, in i i ist ing. Prank Boehm of Agram, ,St - an Bros., and rs furnished excellent music during the evening. L. Winer, representing the Elliot Packing Co. ol Duluth. will be in Pierz April 23 anil will pay .he top price for live .lock. A. E. Ri nd wife made • bnsine.* s trio to Little Palis Monday returnin day. Miss Katie Bares ailed to ihe telephone business during th, irabsence. Se 1 ■ di ngisdon a ndt he i• ■ and mea ow put on their g. antles. J. McKibben of Minnea] was in ihe village last week buyii g hides. lake pays 17c in CASH for per tiezen. The season for excUrsioi Fish Lake will soon en if ' warm weather con- s. Rauch Bros, are getting their ia iMinnie" in trim and no doubt the will be a more popular resort than ever this season. Jos. Medved of Littl was a Pierz caller today. DON'T have your old iron and rubbers layin., around your yard j when y :U can get S~.5o for a ion of all kinds of scr:.p ir n and 3c a pound for old rubbers. Call at the Pierz Hctel, the best hotel in P^erz, whe<e 1 can be found. For opper and Brass I pay 5c per pound. J. WINES EIN. The fire department will prac- aturday evening at 7 o'< sharp in lower town. tor Hou of A, toil D. 0. arrived in Pierq -day. 11 in- L all postoffices in our neigh- borho John Stroman of Swanville came here today in his high wheeled auto. We are informed that a . ie line will be built in Ayram. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mueller of d with Mr Mrs. iueller in Pierz J. M. Smart who h; working in Henr lard- ware thru Pier?, on his way to Little) Falls yesterday. He has ,; employed by Frank Elle and will tak E the tin- shop in connection with the ore. - Mrs. A. Voncierhaar _o—*—0—*—o—•>—O—*—O- ■ <^m C7_ V et • H. ZIRNGIBL, Prop. Successor to SCHAEFR & ZIRNGIBL . . . Dealer in . . . FRESH, SALT and 5MOKED MEATS, 5 AUS AG LS and POULTRY •e Al^o Buy EUTTER, EGGS, and HIDES GIVE US A TRIAL f> Don't a—.-—'' ment eyes, but go to a specialist.! Thee, fettin Dr. Walmsn has had over &fte< years experience in examinii eyes and fitting glasses. See him at the Hotel in Pie Slake pays 17c in eggs per dozen. CASH for FOR RENT—To be put into corn, th. . 10, T. 3'). R. 31, Buckman. /ANTS Herman Muller of St. Cloud waa in town Mondav and Tuesdav working for the lire and hail insurance companies and also in-- 1 cling fire protection iu the village. enumerators and the reman 00,000 to supervisors. neapolis Journal. Special discount winter goods at the ing store. The moving picture shows at the Bijou have been discon tin ed for two or three weeks. 1st. Min- ■ of Little Palls in their will spend cf fe sale en all ■' ests in that neighborhood. Dents in t the rate of Christ. Virnig. rural mail car- lias purcha ■ motor cycle and will run m \ hour and cost $19 i people from NOTICE that : will :Blli. - Ill II II ■■■■ ■ a_-'ll_-*-L* 1 ■ I *-■! ■> ■ ■—__■ ■■__—IU _»f_— WANTED—A1 a din ing room girl at the Columbi- a hoi [.lake pays 17c eggs per dozen. in CASH for T. S. Look of Sullivan in Pierz last Tuesday. He emplo\ Henry Zirn gibl .nth called I to take charge of a shop. ter L. Poster made a trip iv.
PIERZ, MORRISON COUNTY, MINNESOTA, APRIL 14, 1910.
Ever since it was first announce;! that Halley's c.metl
On Friday 7(U) 10 interrdga'
ters, men and woman, white
if the census. The
States estimates that it
put to work a body of enunier-
was on its way lo visit this j and colored, will begin the tak
section of the universe, people
have be n seeing all sorts oi
things which they have un-
hesriiatingly announced as the
genuine ''it." The "tramp"
comet, which was so conspicous
in Janu irv, Venus, and • ro! a-
bly the moon have each in their
turn been identified by enthusiastic observers as Halley's comet How ver. the
time has almost arrived when
the "real thing" car, be s en
with the nak d eve. Within
a few dav-i t wiil b_ observable in the eastern sky about
an hourbef re sunrise and tiie