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WLWummLWLwmimm. __■_■_■_■_■■■■ •••••• • *••••••••• - - THE PIERZ JOURNAL VOL. 4. PIERZ, MORRISON COUNTY, MINNESOTA, DECEMBER 26.1912. NO. 28. Perr.iial Taxes Due Jan, 6th and Must Be Paid Before March I VILLAGE OF PIERZ Boser John J, 13,68, Bridgeman aV Russell 9..50, Bares Hubert 4.7S, Bliike J M. 41.24, Borgerding John 31.->8,Bor- genling John & Co 58.96, Bentfeld Julia .72. Pretnesberger & Boser 3.80, Bentfeld Elizabeth 1.80. Dombovy John . l'». Idler Wm 14.15. Faust Frank 12.21. Fausl And l.SO. Gross John la 4.46, (*rell John H. 11.80, Gilbride F J .40. Grell Jos H 22.55, Grell Frank 60.64, Gravel Chas 25.28, German State Bank 181.12. Kerkhoff E H 11.55, Kiewel Brewing Co 5.56, Kaliher E I> 31.30, Koering Herm 29.32, Karst Nick 6.7J, Kubit- schek Math 12.00. MeyerValentine and Peter 3.14, Mel- hart Jos 1.24, Macho A E 29.98, Mueller Nick H 2.02, Meyer Nick 4.64, Morvid John 2.40. Nelson FA 4.32, Neisius Jacob 38.28, Nohner Clara 6.39. Philipi John .43, Poster Peter I. 1.04 Schaeffer Barbara 3.54, Scoles R C .95, Stiegler Jos G 11.64, Schraut Bros 6.91. Tembreull Christ 6.1 '. Virnig F X .63, Virnig F X at C 54.43, Anna.75, Vonderhaar Anna .75. Wermerskirchen Mary K 11.35, Wilkes B H 4.50. TOWN OF PIERZ Altriehter John .91, Altriehter Fran/, 4.44. Boser Lorenz 9.00, Bedrfar John 4.44, Buckman Percheron Horse Co 5.66, Bares Mary .72, Bednar Mary 1.43, Block Bernhard 7.on, Bednar Anton J 5.75, Bednar Anton 3.26, Berger Mich .30, Bergerhausen Franziska .90. Dahmen Jos 7.45. Urai Franziska 2.99, Flicker Frank 3.50. Getchel Teuton Company 2".70. Gruber Robert 18.04. Girtz Anna 19.13, Gohl Jos 3.57. Guenther Morit/. 4.87, Guenther Arnold 2.<>(>. Gohl August .58, Gleger Frank 5.24. Gohl Jos 1.72, Grittner Jos 4.24, Crell 4 Harsch 9.07, Gohl Frank 5.60. Hennen Frances 1.50, Hortsch Frank 4.40, Hoheisel Jo- 10.57, Heigel Frank 2._>3, Hoheisel Carl 12.35. Hennen John 1.90, Hennen Henry ".85, Herold Mich 1028. Jankowsky Stanley 13.26, Jendro John 4.41. Jaeger Jos 7.24, Jama John 6.91, Jama Anton 9.90. Kelzenberg <Sr Co 2.30, Kapsner Karl 5.99, Kastanek John 7.13, Karel Franz 5.34, Kapsner Franz 1.78, Kalusha Wm 4.48, Kobilka J_hn 8.87. Lochner Nick 3.15, Langer John H 5.56, Lochner Nick J 2.34, Langer Mary 7.89. Muellner Math-».27. Marshik John 2.96, Marshik Julius 5.20, Medek Wenzel 11.69, Meyer Karl 0.32. MillerMath 4,90, Meyer Anna 6.75, Mischke John 15.05, Meyer Kate 10.54. Meyer Michael N 12.50. Motschke Albert 5.25. Newman Mary 5.30. Nagel Peter 5.54, Nagel Elizabeth 8.39, Newman Peter N 7.46, Nagel John 2.68. Otremba August 10.17. otremba Jos All 94, Otremba Franz 17.50, Otremba Frank A 10.21. Pella Ignatz l.'»l, Przybilla Jos 0.5s. Pawlu John 2.85, Przybilla Frank 4.5". Pawlu Albert 4.KO. Pauser Math 4.57. Rauch Magnus K.7*. Ranch Frank 4.4". Reding John 8.20, Rastitter Karl 4.2o. Sehr Nick .50, Schmidt George .55 Stoeckl Martin 3.58, Schmolke_kBlake 30.24. Stumpf Henry 4.oo, Schraut Valentine ".4". Stangl Conrad 8.04, State Bank of New Pierz 169.92. Terhaar Gerhard B 10.77, Terhaar Henry 5.15, Terhaar Gerhard H 4.o7. Voita Anna 1.72, Virnig C A 5,65, Vanderheuvel 4.04, Voita Anna 68. Wallace J A .21. Wilkes Gerhard 8.55, Wilkes Henry B —31, Walerius Henry 5.55. Ziegler Johan *•* 5.15. TOWN OF AGRAM Brummer J J 0.47. Block Gerhard 5.14. Boehm Frank 4.49. Block Anna 4.21, Bolster Frank < > 8.36, Boehm F X 1.70. Eidenshink John 7.51. Faust Christ 8.(HI. Guenther Oscar3.21, Gendreau I'aul 9.09, limber Joseph 8.55. Hesch Malt ".73. Janish John 4.57. Kippley John 8.65, KandlFrank 5.54. Loidolt John 8.08, Leidenfrost Wm 11.98, Langer Peter 5.42, Langer Lizzie 0.5O. Meyer Mary 4.97, Meyer .Matt 7.00. Nagel .halm 8.25, .Xeisius John 10.52. STOLE SACK OF FLOUR C. E. Gravel reports that a young man from about ten miles north, drove up to tlie mill at quarter past three last Saturday afternoon, took a sack ol dour without paying for it and drove away. When the theft was detected a moment later, and when still in hailing* distance, the fellow was told to comeback, but be whipped his horses into a gallop instead, up the main street to upper town. He slackened his pace at tin square and seemed about tc drive to Hartmann's hitchin;. post, but looking back anc seeing Arthur Schauble coming ti]) the middle of the street. giving him chase, he again turned his horses into the road and quickly disappeared ovei Preiner's hill. Capt. lias not yet decided what to do with tht fellow, but says he may make tn example of him. If small offences go unpunished, for whicl the penalty is light, the offendei usually grows in criminal pro pensities, and soon becomes de serving of a term in Stillwater. BUTCHER HEALTHY ANIMALS. There area few essential point.*1 that should be observed in so lecting animals to butcher oi the farm. The first consideratioi should be given to the matter oi health in the animal to be usee for food- No matter how fat ai animal may be nor how perfed its form, if it is not in perfeci health the best quality of meal cannot be obtained. If the ani inal suffering from fever or from any serious derangement of tht system the flesh will no lie wholesome food. Flesh fron animals that have been illbefon slaughter is not likely to curt well, and is very difficult to keej after curing. Bruises, broker limbs or like accidents all havt the same effect on meat as illness and unless the animal cai lie dressed immediately aftei such accidents it is best not tc use the meat for food. This would be true especially if there lias been a rise in temperature of two or more degrees. Such a rise in temperature just previous to slaughtering is likely to result in stringy, gluey meat and create a tendency to sour in curing. Animals that are in poorflesl will not yield first-class meat, while the texture may not be bad in such meat it is essentia) that a reasonable amount of fat be present to give juiciness and flavor to the flesh. The pi'esena of large amounts of fat is not essential and, in fact, it is often wasteful. It is more important that the animal be in good health than, that it be extremelj fat.—State Farm Press. MELROSE MAN COMMITS SUICIDE Paul Haei*. foreman intlieJos, Ti.se cigar factory at .Melrose, committed suicide la.st week by- drinking carbolic acid. The cause of the act, it is said, was that he could not provide for his wife and four children a proper Christmas celebration. Pristoner Flees While Guard Sleeps St. Cloud, Minn. Dec. 20: Because his guard took off his trousers in which the keys to the cell were kept and because the prisoner had the foresight to make a long wire hook out of a bed spring*. David Kckman. the paroled inmate from the date reformatory here, who had been rearrested on the charge >f robbing .Mrs. Adlena Rob- diaw, residing near Dayton, if $90, made his escape early yesterday from the jail at Buff- ilo and is now at large. Eckman was originally sentenced for grand larceny in the second degree. Owing to the fact that the iail is not fireproof, a guard .vas placed over him. Wednes- lay night Eckman kept the ruard awake as long* as possible lot letting* him retire until after ! o'clock yesterday morning. The vigilant official removed his •ants containing the keys to the :ells and stretched out on a cot right feet from the prisoner. The former reformatory man .vas not without ideas, however and using a long wire hook >vhicli he bad made from his bed .pring, he drew the chair closer ind closer until it was within ■each of his hands ami lie got he keys. Tiptoeing out of the jail he made his break for liberty intl probably caught an early morning train. WITNESS IN NEW YORK ^Father Bull, one of .Morrison Jounty's early missionaries and ifter whom the town of Buh was ,o named, was a witness last week in the New York federal Jourts, in the trial of A. L. Eisner and Jolm T. Meyer, charged with using the mails ior fraudulent purposes. Father Buh. now over 80 years old, is iocated at Ely, Minn. NOTICE All parties owing me yet, are requested to pay their account or settle by bankable note before the first of next year. Ad P. A. HARTMANN Barney Burton ol' Little Falls was here today. Foils A Foul Plot When a shameful plot exists between liver aud bowels to cause distress by refusing to act. take Dr. King's New Life Pills, and end such abuse of your system. They gently compel right action of stomach, liver and bowels, and restore your health and all good feelings. 27> cents at E. L. Kaliher's drug store.—Ad. Otremba Frank .52, Otremba Frank 1.65, Otremba Jos 7.09. Renneuherg Ed (>.7<>. Rauch A M 7.15, Rauch J X U>.is. Rauch Jus 12.no Stumpf Theo. 4.87. Stumpf Frank s.71. Stumpf Ed .32, Stumpf Theresia 6.19, Schnurer Math 5.47, Sjiorlein Fred 7.14 Theser Thommes 4,49, Theser Anton 5.01, Thommes Mike 6.59, Thommes Math 10.70. Terhaar Herman 15.2". Vorath John 4.S2, Vierk Herman 8.00, Vierk H J 7.00. Wuellner Henry 7.55. LETTER from SASKATCHEWAN Gull Lake. Sask*.. IXx. I*.'. Pierz Journal! Having moved to the city ot Gull Lake for the winter months and therefore I ask you to send my paper to that place instead of to Kich Prairie. Having served my sentence on mv homestead, I am still obliged to stay in the province for the winter to become a citizen next May. I am sure that if some of the boys who saw our country three years ago should come back, they would be very much surprised at the i rogress made during that time. We are also promised a railroad, the C.N. R. providing they get their extensions on several other branches, for which application has been made to the legislature at Regina. I would prefer to see the smoke before banking on it. Crops have be* ri very grood here the past year in general. A small percentage of farmers —of which I am one-had the misfortune ol sowing spring threshed grain and had to re sow the land with bar ey. There is no market here ft . barley, we may have to keep it until Kich Prairie gets a bre ■ ery. Land is going up in price rapidly. Last week a transfer was made near tO'.vn at $50 per acre, although Ian 1 farther oul can be bought for less money. There is no question but what large profits will be realized by investors in the next few years, as it can hardly b. realized what amount of railroad work will be done in south' rn Saskatch- awan. The weather is very much like summer so far. We have had snow yet. although it may not last much longer. Any one intert si »d in this part of Canada may write to me. Yours. H. c Wilkes. If some one wishes to buy cheap Clo'hing, etc. this will be their last chance, as I will close up my store at New Pierz after New Years. If any one wants nice winter ap= pies at $3.00 a bri., they can get them at Peter Blake's at New Pierz. Ad John Schmolke. Our shingles are manufactured by one of the best mills on the coast. Don't be fooled by in inferior grade. J. Borgerding & Co. Advt. A. E. Macho, Agent. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. P. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, Ohio. We. the undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Nat'l Bank Of Commerce Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipation. BIDS WANTED Notice is hereby given that the supervisors of Buh town will meet at Henry Kingen's place on the 30th day of December 1912 at 1 oclock P. M. to receive bids to furnish the town 4000 feet of oak bridge planks. The right is reserved to rejectanyor all bids. Dat= edatBuh this 18th day of December 1912. Frank Konen. Town Clerk. Shall We Have An Institute Why not have a Farmers Institute this winter.-If yes. would it not be a good idea to at the same time have a general get-together meeting* and annual creamery picnic. It is true, we are a little late in making application for an institute, but they may be able to "sandwich" a day or two for us. Application went forward today. PLATTE A Christmas program was given by school districts 71 and s7 Friday evening. \)--^\ 20th .is follows: Song. ''Christmas Welcome'. Hy School. Reading, "Birth of Christ." By Km ma R Recitation, "A Great Saving,*' By Mary aSigetti. Recitation, "A Word to Santa Claus,'' By Chas. Krycli. Song. "Holy Night.'' By Emma Reese A i.i. Nations Germany, Agnes Ebertowski Spain, Helen Johns China .... Vera Smith India, Sara Malecki America Kate Sigetti United States, ' Star Spangled Banner,"....By ali Nationc ■•Story. "Joey's Christinas,'' Hy Cecylia Smith Recitation, "What Santa Claus Thinks." By Paul Kuklinski Diologue. "The Old Way the I letter," By five ('hildren Tableau. "The Shepherd's." John Sigetti. [gnat/, Kug- linski, Frank Smith, and Thomas Hayes. Recitation. "The Xmas Tree" Hy Agnes Smith Recitation, "ChristmasTime," Hy Math. Sigetti Recitation, "Xmas Questions," By Vera Smith Tableau, "The Lord's Prayer." Hy Vera Smith Song. "Peace on Earth and (lood Will to Men".. Hy School Wishing all a Merry Christmas and Good Night. Catherine Jones, Cecylia Smith, Teachers. (has. Young passed thru here Saturday. Edward Richner left Monday for Bowlus where he will spend the holidays. Henry Paul of Pier/, called on his patrons here Sunday. Christ Reese was at Pierz last Thursday. Say "John'' when are you going to write out that check lor $99.32 '.- John Siebert and Adrian Grell passed through here last week on their way to Crow Wing Co., where Mr. Grell purchased a cow for 7.") dollars. Miss Ceyclia Smith and Miss Catherine Jones departed for Little Kails Saturday to spend the holiday's at their homes. Hen Richner and son Alfred were Pier/, callers Monday. Chas. Rychner wa., at Little Falls Saturday. Say "Rabbit Hunters, how many rabbits did you g*et'y" Everybody is growing them. What'.' Whiskers of course. RUCKER Mrs. L. Piut and son Matt, nd Her bert Wood, and Mrs. Prol> and son Krwin were in Pierz last week Tuesday to >.inta Claus. Mrs. Robisou and Mrs. Waller went to Pierz on Wednesday of last week. V. Hruber went to Pulutli last week to atteud to soiuc business matte: J. S. Taylor visited at Mr. Martin's Friday. Miss Rinda Pint La working at George W H. A. Wood went to Lastrup last week Wednesday on business Scbooi closed Friday, Decern- ber 20th for a vacation of a week*. Our teacher. Miss Larsen. went home Saturday, Mrs. T. S. Look of Sullivau passed thru Rucker on the stage Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Sanborn returned home Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs. J. S. Grier ami son Archie went to Pier/. Saturday lo s,',' Santa. Miss olive Lewis of Rockford is visiting at C. W. Wall. .Miss Edyth Lewis is spending her two weeks vacation her Wesley Waller went to How lus Tuesday. Ira Muncy of Royalton visited Wesley Waller the first of the week- Miss Lizzie Waller went to Sullivau Tuesday tor a visit. Temperature for the Week Highest est Thursday 2:\ IT) above Friday .... -0.... 9 above Saturday 17 ;; above Sunday. _.. lit 7 below Monday.... -7 '.< above Tuesday... 21.... 10 above Wednesday .',2. . 18 above Fd. Kapsner of New Pier/. visited at Si. John's college a lew days last week. Fit His Case Exactly. "When father was sick about six years sgo he read an advertisement of Chain berlain'a Tablets in the papers that fit his case exactly," writes Miss Margaret Campbell of Ft. Smith, Ark. "He pur chased a box of them and he has not been sick since. My sister had stomach trouble and was also benefited by them." For sale by all dealers.—Advertisement. THE MARKET Wheat, Xo. 1 7_ Wheat, No. 2 70 Flax, 1.11 Barley 15 Rye I." Oats 26 Ear Corn 35c Hay $5.00 Butter, C e imery •• 85 Hairy 25 F.g-g-s 27 Flour, Best 2.60 " Straight 2.50 Low grade flour 1.50 Bran 1.25 Shorts 1.80 Cracked Corn 80 pounds 1.1.") Ground Feed.__ l.i'O Potatoes 25 Beans -J.00 Onions 85 Butterfat Market The .Average during the week was 87. California Woman Seriously Alarmed "A short time ago I contracted a severe cold which settled on my lungs anc caused me a great deal of annoyance. I would have bad coughing spells and m> lungs were so sore and inflamed I began to be seriously alarmed. A friend recommended Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy, saying she had used it for years. I bought a bottle and it lelieved my eougb the first nignt, and in a week I was rW of the cold and soreness of my lungs. ' writes Miss Marie Gerber, Sawtelle, Cal For sale bv all dealers.—Advertisement. SOUTH ST. PAUL HOG MARKET Ave. Price. Thursday 6.98 Friday 7.09 Saturday 7.on Monday 7 Tuesday 6.06 Wednesday (i.Ob ST. PAUL LIVE STOCK Steers $6.00 to Cows and Heifers.M.oO to 7.00 Calves, st.-aily. SJ..0O to8.50 Feeders, steady, ._-_*y.7r_ to ti-9 1 I
|Title||The Pierz Journal (Pierz, Morrison County, Minnesota), 1912-12-26|
|Succeeding Titles||Royalton Banner; The Royalton Banner - Pierz Journal|
|Edition||Volume 4, Number 28|
|Date of Creation||1912-12-26|
|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, DECEMBER 26.1912.
Perr.iial Taxes Due Jan, 6th
and Must Be Paid Before
VILLAGE OF PIERZ
Boser John J, 13,68, Bridgeman aV
Russell 9..50, Bares Hubert 4.7S, Bliike
J M. 41.24, Borgerding John 31.->8,Bor-
genling John & Co 58.96, Bentfeld Julia .72. Pretnesberger & Boser 3.80,
Bentfeld Elizabeth 1.80.
Dombovy John . l'».
Idler Wm 14.15.
Faust Frank 12.21. Fausl And l.SO.
Gross John la 4.46, (*rell John H.
11.80, Gilbride F J .40. Grell Jos H
22.55, Grell Frank 60.64, Gravel Chas
25.28, German State Bank 181.12.
Kerkhoff E H 11.55, Kiewel Brewing
Co 5.56, Kaliher E I> 31.30, Koering
Herm 29.32, Karst Nick 6.7J, Kubit-
schek Math 12.00.
MeyerValentine and Peter 3.14, Mel-
hart Jos 1.24, Macho A E 29.98, Mueller Nick H 2.02, Meyer Nick 4.64,
Morvid John 2.40.
Nelson FA 4.32, Neisius Jacob 38.28,
Nohner Clara 6.39.
Philipi John .43, Poster Peter I. 1.04
Schaeffer Barbara 3.54, Scoles R C
.95, Stiegler Jos G 11.64, Schraut
Tembreull Christ 6.1 '.
Virnig F X .63, Virnig F X at C
54.43, Anna.75, Vonderhaar Anna .75.
Wermerskirchen Mary K 11.35, Wilkes B H 4.50.
TOWN OF PIERZ
Altriehter John .91, Altriehter Fran/,
Boser Lorenz 9.00, Bedrfar John 4.44,
Buckman Percheron Horse Co 5.66,
Bares Mary .72, Bednar Mary 1.43,
Block Bernhard 7.on, Bednar Anton J
5.75, Bednar Anton 3.26, Berger Mich
.30, Bergerhausen Franziska .90.
Dahmen Jos 7.45.
Urai Franziska 2.99, Flicker Frank
Getchel Teuton Company 2".70. Gruber Robert 18.04. Girtz Anna 19.13,
Gohl Jos 3.57. Guenther Morit/. 4.87,
Guenther Arnold 2.<>(>. Gohl August
.58, Gleger Frank 5.24. Gohl Jos 1.72,
Grittner Jos 4.24, Crell 4 Harsch 9.07,
Gohl Frank 5.60.
Hennen Frances 1.50, Hortsch Frank
4.40, Hoheisel Jo- 10.57, Heigel Frank
2._>3, Hoheisel Carl 12.35. Hennen John
1.90, Hennen Henry ".85, Herold Mich
Jankowsky Stanley 13.26, Jendro
John 4.41. Jaeger Jos 7.24, Jama John
6.91, Jama Anton 9.90.