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>••••• • ••••••••••••••••••••••••I ••••••••• • ••••••••••••••••••a- - ^^__i______________________H___i_i____________HHH_Jiiiiiiii^^^^^^^^^H ■*•••••••• ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^H|^^^H__l____i-l----B PIERZ JOURNAL I I VOL.8. PIERZ, MORRISON COUNTY, MINNESOTA, MARCH !_.<S, 1912. NO. 11 SOO TRAIN GOES INTO THE DITCH RELIABLE SEED WHEAT REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ch 26 Prof. C.P. B ih H. Grell and wife to :ast- Station, St. Anthony Park and Detlef Martens, nw 35-42-30 Line, was Secy., of Minn- Field Crop! $2, ii;'-; Breeder's Ass'n., wri , Schmolke and wife to - six cars - reply to my inquiry regarding st. Jolm-s dmrcll at Rarae the track, some of them rolling s„- ieat of L910 and 1911 ^^ .^ ^ <)f m, down a tweuy-fcot embank-. crops; ws: _,,, me.it. Aim ople are in Is a great deal u- jured but only one seriously, A.1 pon how i p of 1910 has Michael^ ^wife to Peter J. and Maria J. Girtz, PLA TTE il Linderholm of this place recei** -md what it was ■ about the I ' it went into rest, ;is to The accident i 'osed to 'what it will be at the present! 1 acres inneofnw 17-40 30 $950 Nick Bulir and wife to V.'il :n caused by a defective j time. En general if the whi , w of sw 31-4129 rail. John Kurtz returned last Friday from Annandale, .Minn., where he had been working on a dray line t'-e past six months. says Annandale had a mples submii $2,100 J. Nick Buhr and wife to Wil- was of good condition and has, been properly stored, it will be - for seed pu* poses than ; -, helm Banns, ne ol 1 L-oO the 191] crop, that is such por- ^ .<()() tions of the 1011 i :redl from drought or rust. 1 li heavy rain last Monday. He reports that Tony Friedrich, who lives not Ear from A- mandafe had been having* a string* of hard luck, but was now doing pretty well. .John left town again the first of tiie ek for Billings, Montana. Mike Olson of north Granite injured hi.-; hand in a circular saw last Tuesday. A GREAT POTATO MARKET Princeton Union: Princeton still maintains its supremacy as greatest primary potato market in the northwest. Up to date this season over 1,900 cars of potatoes have been shipped from this point, and at least 100 cars more are awaiting shipment which this has been the case. I would by all means advocate WEST BUH. Those who were at Little Palls Saturday are: James and lowing of the 1910 crop df I Madrid Johnson, Adolph Gag- i the crop of non, Mamie Johnson, Ella, Ar-jterl at Re< 1 nil, after a germination test thur and Walter Weiland. i Saturday. Miss Clara Waninger i with rheumatism. Christ Schubert and I Waninger wen mong the Pierz callers Saturday. :i Richner and wife at Jolm Smith's Sunday. Wilson Hayes Sr. was at Little Palls Monday. Miss Emma Reese visited Mary Sigette Sunday. Mesdames Wolak, Sagorski and Pischke visited Mrs. Siget- Sunday. \\ lio is g i ent< i* the ring Miss Emma Reese visited Mrs. Walter Hayes Saturday. Mrs. Geo. Sigette and daugh- Th» Gibraltar ef th* East. Aden, at the entrance to the Ro4 sea. ls a city with a remarkable history and is known as the 'Gibraltar of the east." The Bot Ludovico di Varthema, many ccntu ries a«o declared II ions- _st city that was • ground," while Albuquerque, the | Portuguese pioneer in that it wu tbe four places that were essential to those boldlnj minion in the orient, the oilier being Omnia., Dlu and Qoo. But the Portuguese held Aden only from 1C47 to 1551. According to vague trad the place waa once occupied by the Romaus. One of the earlier of the East India company fi Aden in 10CO. In 1808 a tr made between Britain and the sultan of Aden. In ls;;:i dis forced to sell his territory to the 1st) as a punishment for an attack on some ship British sailors, and eleven years later Aden wn free port. The old town waa built on Ihe crater of an extinct volcauo.— London Qli DAWG SONG VARIATION time I dri'. e to town, My sledr - ■ on the groun; Ma ke_ no difh poun, I gotta quit dr ... . tin - has been made showing* a good percentage of strong growth. Members in position to supply* BLUE STEM 1910 CROP FOR SEED, Please send me quantity and price at once, which I will] compile and send to our members, so that ; siring s it will know where to get it conveniently and quickly'. MINNESOTA No. 1(59, (Blue Stem:; wheat can be ob tained from the following- members of Minn., Field Crop Breeders' Ass'n. Little Edwin Lindberg, R. Holm-' Levi Miller left for Strom and son Fillmore and Gil- \ Falls Monday. b Olson called at Weiland's The school in Dist. 71 had a Monday. special meeting and vol Arvilla Larson is completing j three months more school, the term of school which Lottie Jos 8chubert v,-m hau] cr Lakin left, from here to Bridgeman-Russel These have for sale: Name. Eddie Lund, C Marion, Chas. G Lea sener, _. Johnson, K. Haugrud, A. E !Jos. IF. J. Steidl, y, April 6th, to sell ab j Hal_ .QT Halvorson, imy|j.OS. Fischer, new location. I will keep uoth | "Wm. Leach, ing- bu tly fresh meal and|Wm> Zoe,m'njl) homemade sausage and will trill j Qarl Tungseth, old seed-wheat P. O. Walnut Grove. Villard. There was something doing in Buh last week. Four stock-buyers were chasing one another around the country. H. Weiland was an Agram caller last Friday. RUCKER Co. at Pierz. SOUTH GRANITE John Bednar and wife visited at Mike Preigln* Tuesday. •lake and Jos. Eisel were visitors at John Schaebel's Saturday. Jolm Weidenbach and Theodore Gross returned from Cass Lake Wednesday, where they Marshall Loop and svifecalled on friends at Rucker Sunday- . V. Bruber and daughter [sland. Evelyn spent Sunday with 8. D. have been working in a Lumber . ia. ; Wood ?nd fami -camp during the winter. I Leigh of Hillman j Jos. Ku . Butterfield at G. !'aeb. ler took' a! ilk to Pierz S dav*. only hea J. ii. SCH "it. NOTICE Anybody who wants corn shredded should let me know by mail. PETER TRETTER. Nineteen Miles a Second without a jar, ■ *■*• is the awful speed of our earth through space. W. such ease of nature's movement, and so do those who take Dr. King's New Life Pills. No griping, nodistress, justthorough work that brings good health and tine feelings. 25c. at E. L. Kaliher. Ni i 57*1." 11 !i her to< I M 9 W.) . '. th • science teacher, Is Rose, was con- ducting experiments, and when mixing chemicals in a vessel an explosion occurred. A pestle was blown into the air, striking Mr. Rose on the nose, and temporarily dazing him, and a scholar named Harold McLean was blown some distance, but escaped with a severe fright and a consider* ble shake-up. An Old Maine Ferry. The new bridge on St. John rlTS? removes a picturesque method ot transportation. Van Buren, Me., and 8t. Leonard's, N. B., have been connected for many years by means of a primitive ferry. From shore to shore a great steel cable ls stretched, fifty or more feet along the shore at the starting point. Upon this is hung a traveler, consisting of a wooden block, with a huge iron trolley wheel, at each end. The trolley runs on the cable and from each end of the traveler a long rope leads down and is made fast on the scow. This rope leads down through pulleys to a big wheel placed at one side and amidships. The wheel acts as a throttle and steering gear both, and-by turning it one way or the other either end of the boat ls headed upstream.—Portland Press. J. P. Hilger, C. A. Hei C. M. Anderson, John A. Dietz, John G. Pierson, W. G. Schultze, C. R. Billings Jr., Pelican Rapids. x. pie Lake, ton. icock. Morton. Bird Island. Delano. Hav. : ■■■ wri t* Byrnesville. spent the nicest winter in many Olivia. jyearsin Montana, the highest Hector. I temperature being* twenty- New Ulm below zero. Beloit, Wis. :h*s Fri day evening*. Jos., .Johnny. R. H. Rucker of :sa and Annii wen- Pierz callers „ .,, : Friday. Gracevule, i I who vi ross' Sunday .< John Kurtz, Fred Dahmen, Peter Weiss, Louis Schaebel, Emily Weiss. A'hlie Dahmen, Marie Gross. John Brown and son Willard, Pipestone. _.,ent tQ pierz Qn tbe train from Audubon. Hillman Saturday. Ifours truly, j L. H. Pinney. Secy. : Mr* and ^"s* Archie Robis' ined the "birthday club" and John Weidenbach visited at Muriel'.- i Peter Gau's Sunday evening. Rose Prieglmeyer is a visitor at Mike Preiglmeyer's. Mi i Barb inie, :Sunday, i I Mi Por anything in Lumbei and y. Twenty-two in num Building Material call ou J. Bor gerding & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gross l°m i drove to Pierz Tuesday, were eight "grown ups" whore- A. E. Macho, Agei The new Institute Annual No. 24 can be had free of charge by calling at the Journal office. sumed their childhood ways nnd E children. A delicious lunch was served v closed back IX h Cannot De Cured with local applications, as they not leach the seat of Ihe di e i and 1 o'clock. Jap Brown is back in this neigl id again. He is driving team for Marion Benton. G. N. Waller is buildi ■sheep barn. caii- Ca- 1 or constituti ease, and in order to cue it yo i n ist takeinterir.il remedies. Hall' tarrh Cure is tak.-i inlernall}', and acts di recti}- upon the b: , surface-. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine, i prescribed by one of t; sicians in this country foi- ye a regular prescription. Itis co nj of the best tonics known, con with the best blood purifiers, directly on the mucous surfa.es. Ti: : perfect combination of tlie two : : gredients is what produces su :h derful results in curing cata r',\. for testimonials, fr F. J. CHENEY & CO. Props., do, O. Sold by Druggists, pri Take Hall's Family Pills ior- stipatio','. FOR SALE Forty acres of improved d, between Conrad Stangl and Car! Hoheisel, nerly owned by Jos. Bdchmer. For particular., see John fi. Schaefer, PlerZ; or John Fischer Jr. I as, NOTICE My Percheron StaSiion will stand Mondays and [Tuesdays at the barn of Hubert Bares in Pierz. Wednesdays and Fri= days at Frank Mischke's in Buckman, Thursdays at Mr. Kriefalfs in Dix= ville, and Saturdays at home. For particulars ;see Henry Walerius, in l Pierz, John Mischke, 40-3 Buckman. We buy ear and shelled corn at 50c per bushel. Rich Prairie Milling Co. We buy ear and shelled corn at the Highest Market price. Rich Prairie Milling Co. 40 r Willi i«i - IN rzr__i rz^ crrr ur SATURDAY. IVIAFROM 30 FREE AUCTION IPPER TOWN HOW POTATO GROWING PAYS ' 'iir hundred and ship. in tiiis cil I l-'i ■ that 600 can that point since Sept. 1. talo the average pric *s.il>in farmera real - it is stated there are i to :om tin I Sneezing as an Omen. A sneeze In the days of old Greece w.-is a matter of great concern and import. There was then a cod of ■neeslng, and great nndertal would even be abandoned if a man ed at an inappropriate moment. the act being looked upon as th-- cle of the pod. A sneeze between midniKht and noon was looked upon as a fortunate sign, but between noon and midnight it betokened jrreat misfortune. To sneeze to your ri;rht waa lucky, to the left unlucky. Two or four sneezes were lucky, one or three very unlucky, and any undertaking In hand should, if possible, be abandoned. More than four sueozes did not count. There is a Raying In many parts of England today, "Once a wish, twice a Ulss. three limes a letter, four times something better." If people sneezed together it waa a good sicn. particularly If they happened to be discussing business. One of Biemarck'e Roart. On one occasion at luncheon in Berlin General Sir B. llamley was silting close to Bismarck, with the old Emperor William not far off. Bismarck, talking rather loudly, described the old monarch as being generous, but wry forgetful. Hamley got nervous, as he thought the emperor would hear, "For Instance," continued Bismarck, "I pleased hitn the other day. and hied me what he could do for me. I said 'Give mo a dozen of that Toka*) yon hare In your cellar.;,' and he said he would. But." added Bismarck. in.T bis voice still higher, "he hasn't ,! it." Here Hamley hastily 1 In, "I beg your pardon, but I am really afraid tlie emperor will hear you." "I want him to hear me!" roared Bismarck. "That's .just what I want." And a smile broke over the face <>f hi.; imperial master.—-"Fifty Years of Fleet Street." Th. Traveler's Tett. The eminent traveler James Bruce highly touchy whenever his veracity was called into question. It happened that when dining out one day at a friend's house one of the sruosts observed that It was impossible that the natives of Abyssinia could eat raw meat. Without making any reply Bruce forthwith left the table and before long returned from tiie kitchen wit h li piece of raw beefsteak, peppered and salted in the Abyssinian fashion. Placing this In front of thejruest who had doubted his word, he said, "Sir, you will eat that or fight me!" The guest preferred the former alternative. Thereupon Bruce calmly observed. "Now, sir, you will never say again that it i.s impossible." Chaucer's Face In a Stono. In the geological branch of the British museum the visitor is shown a wonderful specimen of natural Imitation in a small -'ribbon jasper." Till i stone, the material of which is not unlike that of other banded agates, has upon its surface a perfect miniature portrait of Ihe poet Chaucer. Every detail is startlingly correct. There are the whiie lace, the pouting tips. Hw I broad, low forehead and ■ whites of the slightly uptur The attendants say that it is uttcrlj impo ■ onvince even so: the educated visitors that it is not au artificial production. Buckman Tii nice litt Billig-'a smoked hams burnt, but as Luck may have it the tire rig*ht handy and i part of the m. 11 and were !r. and Mrs. I Brausen Sunday. Aug*. Dehler made a bush trip to I inday. Jos. Schmolke ma busi- trip to - "inlay. Jol : in, who was tal care of the Buckman • lion, is now taking care in Foley for $75.00 per month. Franfc Kernan who left For St. Paul last Tuesdaj Friday. John Nag*el of Agram was a visitor in Buckman Monday. Peter Beka left for St. Paul Sum I. Math Hesch made a visiting) trip to Minneapolis .Monday. John Mueller went to Paul Saturday. Ella Schmolke went to St. John Damen of Step Minx, was in our village hir- len Monday. He is paying j $30, per month. Hi >nsiness| trip to Little Kails Friday. Albert Faust transacted business in Little Falls Saturday. Those who were in Pierz Friday are: Henry and John Muel-| Hedwig and M rs. Paul i [esch | son Math. Peter and Nick Mm -e Denzen, Wm. and Peterl Sitzman were out wolf hunting.! They saw one but did'nt get it. Hard luck. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hbrtschl trans isiness in Roy; | Saturday. THE MARKET Barley .. Oats Ea ;* * : [ay. Stumped. "I want you lo introduce me ft* V/Iieat, No. I membership at the Union club, old man," more than insinuated one fel low to our acquaintance. "I'd like to," answered the other, "but they're awfully particular, you know." "That's your Battering way of ptit- tlng it." i "hut I better. Ain't you a meml-er?"- ; ;,ll.'.kr' ,,' Cleveland Plain Dealer. l a,ry New to Him. l;r- ,;^sl- After he had tried for a moment to Straight get his key Inserted in the keyhole he Potatoes stepped back and leaned against the Bean-; ._ tUntie. Then he scratch- riO"'s ed his haad i:i | and said: ■ as _ I i:ever knew be- Pjilves fore that re had one of the_hc re- ^, volvir.' t-e. Onions [ 3. NOTICE. I will sell at PublicAuc- tion on next Market Dayl in Upper Town all myl household furniture, also| Drill, /lower and a number of other articles. 40-2 Hrs. Henry Wilkes.
|Title||The Pierz Journal (Pierz, Morrison County, Minnesota), 1912-03-28|
|Succeeding Titles||Royalton Banner; The Royalton Banner - Pierz Journal|
|Edition||Volume 3, Number 41|
|Date of Creation||1912-03-28|
|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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|OCLC Control Number||1641163|
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PIERZ, MORRISON COUNTY, MINNESOTA, MARCH !_.