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Butter, Eggs and
The Store THat Serves You Best
U/y2 Farm Fireside,
Gleanings by Our Country i
Eugene Clough is reshinghng some
of his outbuildings and making other
ay Smith came home last Saturday
from a two weeks'trip the noithern
part of the ,tate
Miss Jennie Whiting closed a suc
cessful eight months term of school
at the Brook last Friday
Mrs E E. Elhngwoofl was unex
pectedly called to Duluth last Monday
to assist in the care of her daughter's
child, who is dangerously ill with
The Zimmerman band will give an
entertainment in the W A hall,
Spencer Brook, on Saturday evening,
May 8, and close with a dance.
Everybody come, help the boys out,
and have a good time
Commencing last Wednesday, and
continuing three* days, it is estimated
that twenty inches of snow fell during
the storm that extended nearly across
the continent, and all agricultural
pursuits will be delayed a week, if not
This government has a deficit of one
hundred and fifty million dollars and
it must be paid with interest. Con
gress is fighting over the tariff bill in
order to adjust the revenue so as to
not let the common people know who
pays it and to protect corporations,
and trusts that do not need protection.
Gieed, dishonesty and immorality
are ruling the world and if it was not
for those who remain loyal I think
God Almighty, in his wise provi
dence, would order another forty days'
and forty nights' rain regardless of
the riinbow story.
Harry Pratt was in the twin cities
Bert Nash was in Elk River between
Dr. Parsons of Elk River was in
W. R. Hurtt is having a new porch
built on his house.
Miss Inez Mickelson visited the
home folks Monday.
M. K. Iliff of Elk River was in town
Friday and Saturday.
E. H. Foley is having a woodshed
and summer kitchen built.
Joseph Ziebarth's horse was taken
sick while on the road to town Mon-
A new line of Alberta Satins in
the new shades, ORP
per yd 9v
New line of Fleur de Lis,
New line Poplinette Crepe,
special per yd
day Dr. Neumann was called and
the horse is improving.
Don't forget the big auction sale at
L. D. Carter's on Saturday, May 8.
Miss Maud Kraemer went to Prince
ton Friday evening to attend the
Margaret Kilmartin went to Big
Lake Saturday and Miss Maud Moore
accompanied her home.
James Foley drove to Nowthen Sun
day to visit his daughter, Mrs. Jos.
Conroy, who is very ill.
Miss Maud Kraemer will close a
very successful term of school on Fri
day, May 7, in district 14.
Don't forget the band concert and
dance at Spencer Brook on Saturday
evening, May 8, to be given by the
Zimmerman brass band.
The farmers are lucky who have
chickens to sell. C. A. Stillman is
paying the highest prices for them.
Good chickens, 13 cents good veal, 6
cents dressed pork, 7% cents: cream,
25 and 28 cents
Gust Fred has painted his house.
Mrs John Bergman is on the sick
Last Friday school closed in dis
C. W. Burnhelm is laid up with a
John Pool made a business
Ole Olson is cutting down some
brush on his farm.
Elmer Beckstrom called on Andrew
Bergman on Sunday.
Chas. Sandstrom has been working
for Peter Milquist, north of Milaca,
for a few days.
Oscar Seaberg is working on the
railroad this spring.
We are pleased to state that Alfred
Anderson is improving.
Johanna Anderson transacted busi
ness at Milaca last week.
C. E. Eckdall and J. A. Edm were
Milaca business callers on Saturday.
E. O. Olson and A. C. Burnhelm
made a business trip to Milaca last
A ball game will be played at Nels
Hoaglund's next Sunday. Come out
Mrs. Ole Olson entertained a score
of ladies at luncheon at her home last
Andrew Bergman is doing a good
job clearing land east of his house.
He intends seeding it down.
The wind was so fierce last Monday
New line Shantung Anglaus, sev
eral shades, the very new- Clip
est and very pretty, per yd.wU^
New line Mercerized Stripe OCp
Pongee, per yd fcW^
1000 yards of New Dress Goods,
Ginghams in all new patterns.
New line of Percales and
Suesiene Silk, a complete line of
all shades at AT^P
per yard- "II2^
afternoon that most of the men work
ing on the fields had to put stones in
their shoes in order to stay on the
Oscar Eckdall and wife have re
turned to their home at St. Paul after
a few days' visit with relatives in this
Some men marry a girl because she
is a great talker. Better get a talking
machine which you can stop whenever
you want to.
A. P. Johnson left last Monday
evening for Churchton, Maryland,
where he will visit with relatives foi
A. C. Burnhelm and E. O. Olson re
ceived two pointer pups last week and
from appearances they are the finest in
this part of the county.
Carl Anderson has purchased the
old Chas. Strand farm of 40 acres for
a consideration of $1,500. The deal
was made two weeks ago.
On Wednesday of last week a wet
snow fell and covered the ground with
a white blanket. This was about the
best thing that could have happened,
for it gave the ground just the mois
ture needed to start the grain in good
Smashes All Records.
As an all-round laxative tonic and
health builder no other pills can com
pare with Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They tone and regulate stomach, liver
and kindeys, purify the blood,
strengthen the nerves cure constipa
tion, dyspepsia, biliousness, jaundice,
headache, chills and malaria. Try
them. 25c at C. A. Jack's.
Mr. and Mrs. John Olson spent
Sunday at Carl Olsen's.
H. B. Fisk and family visited at the
Young home on Sunday.
Mrs. W. C. Thompson and daughter
were in Princeton on Tuesday.
Miss Manda Dorff and brother
spent Sunday at Lewis Pierson's.
Mrs. Andrew Anderson took dinner
with Mrs. Ben. Johnson on Tuesday.
Chas. Judkins and family were tak
ing in the sights of Princeton on Mon
John Mellotte and family were
calling at the Murphy home on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of
Princeton spent Sunday at Dell Pier
Fred Murphy was making calls in
the southern part of Baldwin on Sun
The dance that was to be held last
Friday night in Trunk's barn was
THJB FHIHOJBTON UNIOK:' THUBSDAY, MAY 6, 19091
New Summer Dress Goods
Shoes and Oxfords
Special Showing Friday and Saturday
Beg to announce we have just received another consignment of new Summer Dress Goods, Silks and Satins. Also Shoes and Oxfords. We will make a special dis
play of all the new goods Friday and Saturday, and will place inducements in all departments that will well merit your attention. Shoes and Oxfords will also be dis *t*
played, showing the new styles and latest cuts. The new goods just placed in stock are exceptionally tasty. The Mesaliene effects are coming in style more and more, fl*
11/ By looking over our goods you will find that we always have the newest and latest of everything. f\
100 Pair of Ladies' Oxfords,
One Day Only, per pair I
Black, Tan, Oxbloods, Brown.
Prices $|,50 2.00 2.25
2.50 3.00 3.50
All new and in the latest cuts.
Prices $|,40 1.75 2.00
2.50 3.00 3.50
Children's Shoes and Oxfords
at all prices.
I W We carry a complete line of
Hosiery to match all shades of
shoes and oxfords.
A. E. ALLEN & CO.
postponed on account of bad weather.
If weather is agreeable it will be held
Miss Sarah Schurrer spent Satur
day and Sunday with her friend, Iva
Pearlie and Bessie Moody were
visiting the Hannay children a few
days this week.
Mrs. Chas. Judkins is just getting
able to step on the foot which she
sprained five weeks ago.
The auction advertised to be held
on the farm of August Smith, in
Greenbush, on .April 29, has been
postponed to Thursday, May 13, com
mencing at 1 p. .m At that time the
whole of the live stock, farm imple
ments, furniture, etc., will be sold
without reserve as the owner is about
to move to Illinois.
M. M. Stroeter, Auctioneer.
We carry the largest line of La
dies' Cravenettes in town. All
new shades and the very latest
cuts. We are pleased to show
our line of coats for they are sure
Z&&JM to 18.00
Complete line of shoes and ox
fords for ladies, men and child
ren in blacks, tans and oxbloods.
The latest cuts in all of them.
Our steady increase in shoe sales
has caused us to increase our
shoe stock in staple shoes as well
as in higher grade shoes. Men's
shoes in all grades.
r..2.60to5.00 Men's Work
1.5 0 to 3.5 0
General Merchandise Princeton, Minnesota 2
Success Manure Spreaders I
Why buy an inferior Manure Spreader when you
can buy a Success Spreader at the same price
which will spread the manure better and more
evenly than any other spreader on earth? These
spreaders are now on exhibition at our store. Q) are now exhibition store.
|Caley Hardware Co. I
Sticking to the Disagreeable Job.
It is the man who can stick to the
disagreeable job, do it with energy
and vim, the man who can force him
self to do good work when he does
not feel like doing itin other words,
the man who is master of himself who
has a great purpose, and who holds
himself to his aim, whether it is agree
able or disagreeable, whether he feels
like it or does not feel like itthat
wins. Many people keep up their
energy and vim by taking regularly
at mealtime a good malt tonic, such
as Golden Grain Belt Beer. Most
grateful when fatigued or rundown.
Order of your nearest dealer or be
supplied by Sjoblom Bros., wholesale
Wanted, fat beef cattle. Will pay
from 3 to 2% cents per pound. I will
also buy dressed hogs. L. C. Hummel,
opposite starch factory. Princeton. 3
Bring in your Butter,
Eggs and Beans.
Highest market price
paid at all times.
Friday and Saturday and 9\
We Will Save You Money f\\
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
GRAIN, HAY, ETC.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern
Wheat, No. 2 Northern...
Wild hay 3 50
Tame hay firstname.lastname@example.org
Fat beeves, per ft 3c 3ic
Calves, per ft 3c@4c
Hogs, per cwt $4.00 $5.00
Sheep, per ft .3$c@4c
Hens, old, per ft 6c
Springers, per ft 7c
Mrs. M. C. Brands was here from
Foley visiting relatives over Sunday.