OBSERVATIONS PT 1]
H. H. Born is back at the old stand again after about six weeks' vacation.
Charles Bierman will make extensive repairs on his house this summer.
A party of young people went to Henry Landaal's of Alto, last Tuesday night.
J. W. Lyon carries a full line of robs, whips, blankets. Give him a call.
Tinkham Bros. for dry shelled corn either at Fairwater or Brandon. Get their prices.
F. Zellmer, the up-to-date butcher, has a new gasoline light supplied by C.C.Cease.
Tinkham Bros. are just getting in some more of that dry western corn. Get their prices.
B. J. Wikkerink has a very choice line of Teas, Coffees and spices, and his prices are right.
Earl Layton has entered the employ of U.L. Johnson and will try farming the coming summer.
C. C. Cease has just got in another lot of Low Bros. paint. Now is the time to get your paint.
C. C. Cease has the best foot-warming apparatus on earth. Those doing lots of riding should have one, by all means.
J. W. Lyon has a span of colts and other horses for sale, also a harness to put on them. Prices right and work guaranteed.
Frank Deahn has drawn the first load of stone for the new parsonage to be built at Fairwater by the German Lutheran society.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lyon, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Starbird and Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Johnson spent Friday with M. Smith and family.
The Alto Telephone Co. have their line to Brandon now. Business men of both places as well as all the farmers on the line find this a great convenience.
Tinkham Bros. take this occasion to remind you that they are headquarters for all choice seed for spring trade, medium, mammouth, alsyke clover, timothy, dwarf Essex rape, field peas, buckwheat, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tinkham entertained last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. E. Starbird, and Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Johnson.
[Transcription courtesy Barb Vande Brink]