In a great pitching duel in which Hanson and Crawford showed great skill, Anoka beat the Royal League in the 9th and trimmed them to 3 to 0. Every member of the home team carried a kalsomine brush and only one Leaguer succeeded in reaching second.
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We wish that we were boys and girls so that we could start in school again, meet all our comrades and our nice teachers with nothing to do but study all the time. We can’t do that but we can sell you some fine tablets, pencils, pens, ink, blank books, chewing gum, fine combs, etc. In fact everything you need to get a good education quick. So boys and girls “kum on in.” Goodrich Druggists (Pillsforeverybody).
An auspicious event for the grand and beautiful amphitheater. Had a stranger been in Anoka, Thursday evening, August 27th, he would at once arrived at the conclusion that there was something going on in the city for people were in evidence on every street, and all bent their steps to the West side and had he followed the crowd he would have brought up south of Dr. A.W. Giddings residence on Ferry street at what is now known as Windego (“Spirit” a la Indian) Park, the people’s own.
Attempts to rob Third Avenue residence frustrated. Sunday morning the residence of Selden McGaffey was entered but the sneak thief was frightened away. He gained entry by cutting the screen in a window on the north side of the house. Misses Bessie and Bernice McGaffey were asleep down stairs. The former was awakened by the man prowling about down stairs and called to her father. The intruder made his escape before Mr. McGaffey could get down from up stairs. Tracks were found the next morning leading toward town.
Tuesday morning, September 8, at nine o’clock the public schools of Anoka will be thrown open to admit the clamoring youngsters of the community eagerly seeking their studies after a tiresome vacation spent fishing and playing around. Several additions to the teaching force have been arranged and the schools open with especially bright prospects for a very successful year.
It’s torture for your cows and unprofitable for you because they give less milk. Spray them with Hoff’s Fly-Off, the best thing you ever saw to keep the pests away. Then you needn’t hunt the cows at night — they’ll come home to be sprayed with Fly-Off. The herd pretty nearly knocks the gate down for each one wants to be sprayed first.
The steamer Joel Bassett is at St. Cloud, and has been tied up for the season. Captain Craig left today for Anoka, where he will get acquainted with his family again, having put in a busy season with the boat this spring. The steamer will be in the care of Engineer Geo. Goodwin. The high water helped out the boom company by making short work of the big drive and it will be the last drive of the season past St. Cloud.
Friday evening a transient, name unknown, was struck and instantly killed by an east bound train, about 100 feet east of the Coon Creek station. The accident was first reported by the crew of the west bound 11:20 who saw the body lying beside the tracks. The remains were taken to the Wilcox-Thayer morgue. The victim had been struck on the back of the head and his brains cut out. Aside from this one wound the body was little mutilated.