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fce Farm Fireside.
Gleanings by Our Country
Mr. Selander of Princeton was in
G. N. Sfcendahl went to the
Monday on business.
Mr. Hurtt and J. M. Cook drove to
Princeton Wednesday night to attend
Miss O'Conner went to Elk River
Saturday and spent the day with Mrs.
C. W. Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Ihff of Elk
River were in town last week from
Tuesday until Thursday".
Mrs. Martin Swanson went to St.o
Paul Saturday to visit with friends.
She returned Monday evening.
Dan Spauldmg and Frank Williams
took the train Saturday for Elk River.
They returned the same evening.
Mrs W Parker and Mrs. A.
Cartel of Elk River diove up last
Wednesday to attend the E. Aid
society, which met with Mrs. W. 'R.
There will be a band concert and
basket social at the M. W. A hall on
Friday night, June 5, for the benefit
of the M. W A. lodge Everyone
come and bring a basket.
The Misses Nora and Lilly Sten
dahl went to tne city Wednesday.
They came up to Elk Rr\ er Sunday
and spent the day with Mr. C. W.
Paiker and drove home Sunday even
Bad Attack of Dysentery Cured.
"An honored citizen of this town
was suffering from a severe attack of
dysentery. He told a friend if he could
obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, he felt confident of being
cured, he having used this remedy in
the west. He was told that I kept it in
stock and lost no time in obtaining
it, and was promptly cured," says
M. J. Leach, druggist, of Wolcott, Vt.
For sale by Princeton Drug Co.
The girls wno have been attending
school in Princeton have all returned
to their homes.
Miss Myrtle Carr, who has been
slightly ill for the past two weeks, is
Mr. and Mrs. John Tritch visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hen
schel last Sunday.
There was alight frost on Saturday
and Sunday nights, but little or noHoeft
damage was done by it.
Decoration day saw several of the
Oxbow residents in Princeton to at
tend memorial services
Mrs. Carl Dehn went to Princeton
Saturday and remained over Sunday
at the home of her parents.
Mrs Lennie Bockoven and Miss
Louisa Dehn drove over to visit Mrs
Ofcto Belfanz on Sunday evening.
Mi. and Mrs. Wm. Harter and Mr.
and Mis Percy Harter were Sunday
guests at the home of Mi and Mrs.
Visitors at Geo. Carr's last Sunday
were Ernest Radeke and family,
Henry Steeves and family, Ralph and
Edwin Carr and Daisy Mott
Mr. and Mrs Geo. Ransom of
Annandale are visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs Otto Henschel. Mrs.
Ransom is Mrs. Hpnschel's sister.
The Carmody Oxbow-Germany base
ball team met the Wyanetts on the
diamond of the latter last Sunday and
defeated thein by a score of 14 to 8
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Annis were
calleis on Sunday aternoon at Otto
Henschel's and Val Mott's. Leon was
putting the phones in order at both
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lundgren visited
Mr and Mrs. John Gates Sunday.
Mrs. Lundgren and daughter, Tressie,
called at Lenne Bockoven's Sunday
Among those who attended the high
school commencement exercises from
this neighborhood were Peter Hen
schel, Mrs. P. 0. Anderson, Bert
White, Val Mott, Virgil Winsor,
Rena Winsor, Mr. and Mrs. Clofus
Bulleigh, Henry and Ellen Bulleigh.
To relieve constipation, clean out
the bowels, tone and strengthen the
digestive organs, put them In a
natural condition with Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea, the most re
liable tonic for thirty years. 35 cents.
Tea or tablets. C. A. Jack.
J. A. Wetter left for Minneapolis on
Henry Mink returned from St. Boni
A good time reported at the hop
Mrs. John Erickson returned from a
visit to Minneapolis on Tuesday.
Gust Swanson and family visited
wtih Andrew Larson over Sunday.
Do not forget to attend the West
Branch creamery meeting on
Peder Pederson of Minneapolis
visited with his family from Saturday
.Olga Teutz and Gina Holm visited
with their parents over Sunday and
returned to Minneapolis on Monday
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
tones the stomach, stimulates the lazy
liver strengthens the bowels and
makes their action easy and natural.
The best tonic for the whole system.
35 cents, tea or tablets. C. A. Jack.
Adna Smith of Cambridge is at the
Brook with friends this week.
School closed at the Brook Tues
day. Miss Olive Clifton, teacher.
Last Saturday night we had quite a
frost in this vicinity but not sufficient
do much damage.
Mary Walker and Ina McKenney
are home from Cambridge, where they
have been attending school.
The farmers in this section have
been greatly inconvenienced the past
ten days with excessive rains and cold
weather and are getting somewhat dis
A celebtration will be held at Spencer
Brook on the Fourth of July under
the management of the Modern Wood
men. There will be a ball game and
other sports with a dance in the even
ing. The program for the day has
not been completed but posters will be
out in due time.
Wm. O. Peterson, a resident of
Spencer Brook for the past forty
years, passed away last Thursday
after an illness of three weeks from
blood poisoning. He leaves a widow
and five children, one brother, Peter
Peterson and a sister, Mrs. Carrie
Olander. Services were held in the
Baptist church at Spencer Brook and
Rev. Gust Hall officiated. The inter
ment took place in the Nichols ceme
For a burn or a scald apply Cham
berlain's Salve. It will allay the pain
almost instantly and quickly heal the
injured parts. For sale by Princeton
Carl Rick returned from Onamia
last Saturday. i
Carl Rick called on John Dalchow
last Sunday night.
The roads are kept in good condi
tion between H. Jopp's and Herman
Carl Hoeft was a pleasant visitor
at the home of Miss Lena Ziemer last
Ella and Rosy Dalchow and Helen
spent last Sunday with Anna
and Gusta Dehn.
A large party of young folks
gathered at the home of Wanda Hoeft
as a farewell party.
There was a large crowd of basket
hangers at H. Remus' last Sunday
night and they all had a merry time.
Miss Wanda Hoeft and Miss Minnie
Bartz left last Friday for North
Dakota, where they will work for the
Emma, the seven-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller, died
last Saturday after an illness of only
a few weeks.
"In February our daughter had the
whooping cough. Mr. Lane, of Hart
land, recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and said it gave his
customers the best of satisfaction. We
found it as he said, and can recom
mend it to anyone having children
troubled with whooping cough," says
Mrs. A. Goss of Durand, Mich. For
sale by Princeton Drug Co.
Messrs. Evens and Parker were
this way Thursday canvassing
Max, Kruscke visited John Miller on
A pair of fine colts have arrived at
Quite a lot of the corn and potatoes
will have to be replanted. The dairy
business is booming just now. No
matter what the weather israin, hail
or shinethe cow keeps right on mak
ing money for her owner.
Edith Johnson graduated from the
Princeton high school and Clara
Rosin from theeight grade on Mon
day evening. The exercises were
good, the only trouble being that
only about one-quarW of the people
could get into the hall. The other
three-quarters spent their time at the
For sale, a good work team, weight
2,650 pounds, also harness and wagon.
Can be seen at Louis Palm's farm, 8
miles east of Princeton. 24-2t
Lost, a black mare, weight between
800 and 900 pounds. Return to L.
Larson, R. F. D. 2, box 111, Dalbo,
For sale or rent, a nice 80-aore
dairy farm on heavy soil, 5 miles
from Princeton. Immediate posses
sion. Inquire of Frank Behnke,,
Buckskin stallion owned by Ed.
Hamilton, half Morgan
bletonian. Stands at T,s
THE PBINCBTON UNION: THTXBSDAY, JUNE 4, 1908,
Services will be conducted on
day afternoon at 3 o'clock by
Lundquist of St. Paul.
5unday and Weekday
Important business meeting this
(Thursday) evening at 7:45. Sunday
preaching services at 10:30 a. m. and
8 p. m. Subject of morning sermon,
"The Reminding Fringe subject of
Daughter." Sunday school
a. m., young people's meeting
p. m. Midweek meeting and
study Thursday evening at 7:45.
Our Currency "Errors."
It was natural for outsiders to seize
upon the financial troubles in the Unit
ed States as a text for sermons on the
theme, "You might have known bet-
ter," or "I told you so Recentlj an
outsider, Lord Welby, speaking not
as a critic, but as a friend and partner,
offered as a result of calm study of
the situation here advice and sugges
tions worth noting. Comparing the
financial conditions of the world at
present with those of fifty years ago,
when there were many separate finan
cial centers, this distinguished English
Now, the entire financial world is com
bined The old centers are closely inter
woven What affects one affects the oth
er. Therefore your financial panic and
its causes are of much interest to us in
London. If our financial structure had
not been very sound, I hesitate to think
what might have happened to us at the
time of your October crash. As it was
we pulled through practically without a
failure. I will not say we did not feci
I strikes me that you have serious need
of remedying your conditions. You can
not go on having panic after panic e-v ery
few years I weakens both your prestige
and your structure.
Lord Welby was Gladstone's chief
adviser in financial affairs and foi
years while undersecretary of the
treasury controlled England's mone
tary system. He attributes our tiou
bles wholly to our tremendous strides
of progress and not at all to the in
competence or greed or dishonesty of
any individuals or class. The causes
he ascribes are "illegitimate progress"
and "ill advised legislation "e
remedy is. "Move slowly, take expert
advice and, having found the remedy
apply it" Upon this last point Lord
You will pardon my criticism that one
Important thing you lack in the "United
States is concentrated, forceful public
opinion I am speaking now in reference
to what I call your illegitimate progress
Tour people do not seem to put into prac
tical effect their condemnations They
permit evils to continue and patronize
them because of the temporary profitg
they derive They do not always with
draw their support and frown down upon
practices that are wrong. Here in Eng
land public opinion cancels its confidence
in practical form and the evil institution
cannot continue You need that kind of
public opinion which will inflict its pun
ishments upon wrongdoers This force
need not plways come from the general
public I may be confined to a small cir
cle. Although the people of the United
States are exceptionally active and pro
gressive, yet they are curiously conserva
tive in stamping out evil customs that
have gradually grown up They hesitate
to remedy and are slow to punish
Elsewhere in. the interview it was
declared that in England any tendency
on the part of a banking institution to
finance wild speculation or risky un
dertakings would be checked by public
disapproval, a more direct and simple
process than appealing to the powers
of the law.
A whiskers club has been started at
Waynesfield, England, which already
numbers fifty members. Meetings will
be held at which whiskers will be
measured and experiences exchanged.
A prize will be given after the first
year to the young man who grows the
longest and handsomest whiskers.
Great idea! Look out for the wart
soiree and the chilblain conversazione!
Callao was once destroyed by earth
quake and swallowed up by a tidal
wave, bat is a flourishing city today,
with no marks of its old visitation.
The safe rule to remember is that
where there is commerce a city is sure
to make a place for itself.
It has been proved that General
Washington was directly descended
from Edward I. of England, which
was something the general could not
help and which has never Been held
The noiseless gun will never do for
the Fourth of July or the melodrama.
Noise may be Intangible, but it has
established rights that will not be
Kings and shahs are kept so busy
denying that they have been assassi
nated^at one cannot help wondering f?
Sabbath morning, 10:30, service for
worship sermon by the pastor. Even
ing, 8 p. m, Epworth league rally
with Appropriate music and an ad
dress to the Epworth league by the
pastor. Epworth league devotional
service at 7 p. m., Miss Lou Starff,
leader subject, "The Promise of the
Fort Snelling brand tomatoes, can
Fort Snelling brand corn, per can
Fort Snelling brand lemon cling
"J peaches, per can
$i Fort Snelling brand egg plums,
^t per can
jjjj Fort Snelling brand green gage
7r plums, per can
Fort Snelling brand asparagus tips,
-3js per can
?f Fort Snelling brand corn on cob,
"J per gal. can
-5J 4 Standard tomatoes, per can
First Prize corn, per can |0c, 3 for 25c
-3^ Beaver brand early June peas,
4ji per can |Qc, 3 for 25c
Gopher brand spinach, per can
jjs Little Boy Blue salmon, tall can
2j North Star salmon, tall can
jjs Mount Angeles salmon, flat can
3j Red Clover salmon, flat can
jji Log Cabin maple syrup, half gal.
jjs one quart
2 Cross & Blackwell's malt vinegar,
t per quart bottle
4j* Fort Snelling olive oil, 8 02. bottle 65c
3j Selected capers, per bottle
3jf Fancy evaporated peaches, per lb.
Fancy evaporated apples, per lb.
Full cream cheese, per lb.
3K Norway herring, 10 lb. pail
When the shah of Persia goes for an
automobile ride he gets into a humble
horse drawn vehicle at the rear of the
procession and watches his admiring
subjects throw dynamite bombs at the
gayly painted gasoline chariot in which
he is supposed to be sitting. Yet it is
said that the east is effete.
The Russian press is now demanding
the trial by court martial of General
Kuropatkin. Having failed to whip
the Japanese, Russia evidently desires
to demonstrate her ability to spank her
'About the time that both men and
women are satisfied they are getting
their rights predictions of the world's
end will be taken seriously.
Instead of going out of business at
the age of sixty Mr. Harriman Is still
daring his enemies to come in and put
Any speed} that did not happen to
get a chance on Washington's birthday
Will do just as well for the Fourth of
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30c 35c 50c
Salt Mackrel, Salmon,
Trout, Lake Herring
Perfection blend coffee, 1 lb. pkg.
Seal brand coffee, 1 lb. tins
Seal brand coffee, 2 lb. tins
Seal brand tea, half lb. pkg.
Orange Pekoe, Ceylon and India
tea, half lb. tins
Buffalo Chop, sun
half lb. tins
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