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JGfte Farm Fireside.
Gleanings *y Oar Country
The frost came too early to suit
some of us.
Rev. Armquist and two children
of Milaca spent Saturday at M. C.
'Rev. Myer and H. Van de Riet
spent Friday afternoon at the Stark
August Anderson arrived home
last week from Willmar, where he
spent some time threshing.
Miss Bertha Minks'left on Monday
for Minneapolis, where she has re
sumed her position as housekeeper.
Neal Byl and Mark Newman, each
with a corn binder, helped harvest
the corn of the farmers around here.
Albert Anderson was taken quite
siGk last week, so that he had to give
up his work with Reibe's threshing
Miss Alma Reiber returned from
the cities on Monday in order to be
present at the funeral of Wayne
The Bogus Brook town board met
in regular business session at the
home of Town Clerk Franzen last
Rev. C, Larson, Sunday school
missionary, was in our community
last week on business pertaining to
the Sunday school-
Miss Julia Anderson took the train
at Paese on Thursday and went to
Princeton to attend the funeral of
the late Mrs. Hatch.
Mrs. John Van Someren and babe
have returned to their home at Bald
win, Wis., after a pleasant visit
with relatives and friends here.
Miss Julia Anderson left for Page
on Monday. There she began teach
ing on Tuesday. We hope she will
have success in her chosen vocation.
Rev. Lambkin and family of Min
neapolis, who have been making
their home with P. C. Van Someren
the past month, left for their home
Miss Ellen Slagter celebrated her
fourteenth birthday anniversary last
Thursday evening, to which 14 of her
young friends were invited. A pleas
ant evening is reported.
M. Thorring and family enter
tained a number of neighbors and
friends on Sunday at dinner. O.
Peterson and Buttermaker Warner
and families from Princeton were
among the guests.
A Log on the Track
of the fast express means serious
trouble ahead if not removed, so does
loss ot appetite. I means lack of
vitality, loss ot strength and nerve
weakness. It appetite fails, take
Electric Bitteis quickly to overcome
the cause by toning up the stomach
and curing the indigestion. Michael
Hessheimer ot Lincoln, Neb., had
been sick over thiee years, but six
bottles of Electric Bitters put himsleep,
right on his feet again. They have
helped thousands. They give pure
blood, strong nerves, good digestion.
Only 50 cents at C. A. Jack's.
Pi of. Malm visited friends and
relatives here over Sunday.
The new telephone office is com
pleted and is one we can be proud of.
Mrs. Emily Olson of Minneapolis
came up to visit her mother and
brothers last week.
Mrs. Simon Muffley visited her
daughter, Mrs. Wheeler, at Prince
ton a few days last week.
There will be a dance in the M,
W A. hall on Friday night, October
4 Good music will be lurnishecL
Dr. Coonev was called on Monday
to see Mis. Sam Kight. On Tuesday
she was taken to the Northwestern
Prof. Malm, Miss Munson, Mrs. W.
R. Hurtt and Winnie Lovell went to
Big Lake on Sunday to attend
Miss Mae Looney of Anoka came
on the evening train Saturday and
spent Sunday with her relatives
here. She returned Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Iliff drove to
Elk River with their daughter,
Myrtle, and son, Lyle, who are at
tending school there. They were al
so accompanied by Lillie Stendahl.
Fortunes in Faces.
There's often much truth in the
Mr. and Mrs. Lavelle purchased a
new piano last week.
Mr. Van Clete has his new house
completed on his farm.
Mr. Lavelle of the Bellacroix
stock farm sold a fine bunch of fat
cattle to Princeton buyers and deBugle,
livered them on Monday.
Chas. Kuhlman cut a field of corn
for C. W. Taylor this week.
Mike Kali her has purchased a newera
Scalberg & Swanbro have a crew
of men digging their potaoes.
Sam Tilley is doing the threshing
in this neighborhood this week.
Chas. Brande and family spent
Sunday as guests of Hartman Camp
Miss Edna OJsen has returned from
Elk River, where she was employed
in the Blanchett hotel.
District 36 has a two weeks' pota
to-digging vacation to give the kids
a chance to pick up spuds.
Chas. Thompson left on Tuesday
for a month's trip through Montana,
Idaho, Washington and Utah.
Grover Taylor is home from the
hospital and is able to move around
a little with the aid of crutches.
Miss Lucile Packard gave a rag ball
social and entertainment at her
school house in the Chas. Thompson
district last Friday evening. A large
crowd of young people was present
and the social was a grand success.
I netted a neat sum of money.
Saved by His Wife.
She's a wise woman who knows
just what to do when her husband's
life is in danger, but Mrs. R.
Flint, Braintree, Vt., is of that
kind. "She insisted on my using
Dr. King's New Discovery," writes
Mr. F., "for a dreadful cough, when
I was so weak my friends all thought
I had only a short time to live, and
it completely cured me." A quick
cure for coughs and colds, it is the
most safe and reliable medicine for
many throat and lung troublesgrip,
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough,
quinsy, tonsilitis, hemorrhages. A
trial will convince you. 50 cts
$1.00. Guaranteed by C. A. Jack.
BROOK, his granary
Ernest Patten has
Miss Eva Morton
Princeton this week.
Charley Shearston lost 35 acres of
beans last week by frost.
Mrs. Gilbert Glough is on the sick
list, but is somewhat better at this
Miss Maud Clough of Minneapolis
spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends and relatives here.
School started last Monday in dis
trict 12, after a few days' vacation
while anew heating plant was being
Lyle Morton has quit his job in
Minneapolis and bought a livery barn
in Isanti. We hope he will do well
in the business.
Frank Kniffin, who was badly
burned several weeks ago, was able
to be taken to the home of his wife's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. House,
is sewing in
Tired, worn out women, cannot
eat or work feel as if they
would fly to pieces
Rocky Mountain Tea strengthens
the nerves, cleanses the system,
builds up the appetite, makes you
well, keeps you well. 35c, tea orvisiting
tablets. C. A. Jack.
Nick Essig has purchased a new
Emma Rosin spent the week end
at her home here*
August Schmidt visited at Charles
Rosin's on Sunday.
Leo Peters and wife called at Geo.
Williams' on Sunday.
Miss Olga Griep of Baldwin is
working for Mrs. H. Peters.
Miss Iva McCracken spent the
week end at her home in Baldwin.
M. M. Colburn spent Sunday with
his wife and daughter near Pease.
Will and Freda Jaenicke took
dinner at Aug. Schmidt's on Sunday.
Freda Jaenicke has a two weeks'
vacation on account of potato dig
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Peters called
at the Eggert home on Sunday atter
Arthur Peters and Alvin Rosin
spent Sunday evening at A. Jae
Everyone is busily engaged digging
potatoes this week. The cold snap
is hurrying them along.
It maens a clear, healthy com
plexion for .the ladies restful nights
saying her face is her fortune," but and cheerful days for the little ones
it sne\ei said wheie pimples, skin' strength and ambition for men.
eruptions, blotches, or other blem-1 It's Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
ishes disfigure it. impure blood is 35c. C. A. Jack,
back ot them all, and show the need!
ot Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
promote health and beauty. Try
them. 25 cents at C. A. Jack's.
.i IUUIUO, iwwui iiiguun
Phoebe Crook is employed at Oscar
Mr. and Mrs. E. Erickson spent
Sunday at Luther Jones'.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mahler and son,n
Fritz, spent Sunday at
I IllUlllilrtillH ill llllMgMM(I
N. D. He is now employed
with the A. G. Bemis rig.
Photographer Bemis was snapshoot
ing around town with his new cam
H. Schramm and lady friend at
tended services in the M. E. church
on Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erickson and
family were entertained at A. Chris
topherson's on Sunday.
Hilda Jacobson returned home on
Sunday after spending the week end
with relatives in Glendorado.
There will be a basket social at the
M. E. church tomorrow evening.
All come and help the good cause
The Misses Hulda and Ruth Berg
man, and Messrs. Joe Shipanski and
Ernie Axt spent Sunday afternoon at
Hank Schramm expects to start a
jewelry store soon. Hank is a reli
able young man and will certainly
make a success of the venture.
We believe that A. G. Bemis
breaks the record for threshing in
this vicinity. He threshed 1,664
bushels of oats and barley in four
hours last week. That is what we
call pretty fair threshing.
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Erickson gave
an autumn party to about 30 guests
last Saturday evening. The evening
was pleasantly spent in matching
leaves, guessing trees, playing games,
etc. The house decorations were of
yellow, gold and russet brown leaves.
At midnight a lunch was served and
the guests departed hoping Fred and
his wife would give another ot those
The following pupils of school
district 7 were neither absent nor
tardy during the month ending Sep
tember 27: Charlie Bemis, Olga
Guderian, Walter Pierson, Leonard
Normandin, Gertrude Reibestein,
Rehaume, Rachel Rehaume,
Hugo Frescholtz, Carl Bergman,
Clarence Anderson, Oscar, Lillian
and Sidney Almlie. Lulu McEvitt
and Augusta Larson, Teachers.
Mr. Trunk and family visited at
the Dorft home on Sunday.
Miss Pauline Trunk began teach
ing in Greenbush on Monday.
A few neighbors spent Saturday
evening at the Judkins' home.
Mr. and Mrs. Daml of Blue Hill
spent Sunday at the Griep home.
Mr. and Mrs. T. McCracken and
family spent Sunday with B.Lane.
Miss Olga Griep is helping Mis.
Peters at Woodward Brook this
Maynard Angstman of Minneapolis
is visiting his mother, Mrs. Emma
Mr. and Mrs. John Olsen went to
Minneapolis on Saturday to visit
friends and relatives.
Mi. and Mrs. Lamb and daughter,
Gertiude, ot Greenbush visited
friends in south Baldwin on Sunday.
Mrs. Judkins, who ha been visit
ing friends and relatives in the city
Past few weekss returned
home on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woodward
and Mae Holen of Minneapolis are
Mrs. Woodward's parents,
i Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Dorff.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Illinois,
Mr. Bentgson and family, Miss
Johnson and Miss Thiel of Princeton
spent Sunday with Ben Johnson and
I Miss Myrtle Carr is home for a
I week's vacation.
Miss Alma Peterson has returned
Miss Brodt spent Sunday with Miss
I Everybody is expecting a howling
good time on Thursday, October 3.
Miss Emma Roadstrom visited at
the Henrj Steeves home on Sunday.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ev. Hall entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Heitman of Spencer
Brook on Sunday.
Mrs. Sjoberg and Mrs. Fogg of
.Princeton called on several friends
in this neighborhood last week.
i Mrs. Hugh Steeves is quite sick at
this writing, and Miss Alma Whit
comb is recovering from her illness.
I The Misses Ada and Laura King
I were welcome guests of many people
in this community last week. They
also visited the schools.
Mrs. Maggie Jewell of Iowa and!
her mother, Mrs. Sinclair of Prince
ton, spent a few days last week at
the homes of John and Herb Gates,
Many tales were told of the good old I
DISTRICT NO. 50.
Threshing is about completed in Saturday
Herb Campbell spent Sunday at his
home in Baldwin.
Mrs. Egge and son attended church
i Orrock on Sunday.
Linderbow- i Mrs. Maud Anderson was a caller days last week
at the Johnson home on Sunday. Lulu Robideau
Paul Bunion has returned from the Mr. Jenson of Iowa was here a few i The Ladies' Aid society of the M.
west. He has been hauling water for days ago looking for land. He was E. church held an ice cream social
the Finbogeson threshing outfit at very much pleased with this country at the Wesloh home on Saturday
and will settle here in the near
Miss Myrtle Norberg went to Wya
nett on Saturday to visit friends for
a few days.
Several old neighbors from Wyanett
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Norberg
Mrs. Annie Egge and daughter,
Gertrude, attended a party at the
Rosin home on Monday.
Gunner Hofflander and Walter and
Kellmer Egge were callers at the
Campbell home on Sunday.
Fred Murphy and Ar Campbell
went to Blue Hill on Saturday night
to play for the dance in the La Valle
Jerry Haley has the foundation for
his new barn nearly completed and
will commence building in a tew
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Milford,
Iowa, old neighbors of Mr. and Mrs.
Glade, were visiting them for a few
days last week and departed on Mon
day for Mille Lacs lake to look that
Miss Laura Lynch visited home
folks over Sunday.
H. C. Schumacher has purchased
a new corn binder.
Mrs. Bryne Jennison, who has been
very ill, is recovering.
Mrs. Chas. Cohoe is having dental
work done in Princeton.
We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Sam
Kight of Zimmerman is very sick.
Alfred Smart went to Princeton
Saturday to have a goitre treated.
Mrs. A. Olson of Minneapolis is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Perman.
Mrs. Jas. Iliff entertained her
father from South Dakota last week.
Mrs. Will Iliff and Mrs. Bert Iliff
spent Sunday at McAllister's at Blue
Mr. and Mis. John Gramhill spent
Saturday and Sunday in the twin
Mrs. Chas. Cohoe and Mrs. Joe
Cohoe called at Mellott's and at John
Cohoe's on Sunday.
Miss Ruth Iliff accompanied her
cousin to her home in Minneapolis,
where she will visit friends for a few
Mrs. Mellott took her little
daughter, Adessa, to the Northwest
ern hospital to have a growth re
moved from the jaw.
Mr. Milbraith of Princeton is do
ing mason work for Mrs. A. A. Foote
and Gust Zerott.
Mr. and Mrs. Teamyers of Iowa,
who bought a farm here, have now
taken possession and will soon put
up ne buildings.
Mr. and Mrs. Blomgren and daugh
ter and Mr. and Mrs. Erickson and
family of Minneapolis spent Sunday
at E. D. Erickson's.
On account of the early frost many
of the farmers in this vicinity will
lose lots of money on their crops of
early potatoes and beans.
While on his way home from
Princeton on Sunday with a load of
lumber A. J. Reynolds met with an
accident which caused much pain.
He was going down a hill known as
the Cravens' hill when an automobile
came up behind him, the wagon mak
ing so much noise the automobile
was not heard till it was beside the
team. Mr. Reynolds, when one
his horses became frightened, jumped
from the wagon and was thrown
back between the horses and the
wheel, injuring his lower limbs and
Miss Minnie Betzler was a guest at
Lindstrom's on Sunday.
Neil and Leland Grow spent Sun
day with Clarence Grow.
Miss Agnes Fradette spent Sunday
evening at Nels Rehaume 's.
Miss Jennie E. Ford spent Satur
day with Miss Minnie Betzler.
Miss Marie Schrepel has gone to
the west, where she will teach.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fradette passed
Sunday evening at Normandin's.
Miss Jennie Ford spent Sunday
afternoon at Eugene Rehaume's.
Gordon Robideau is home on a va
cation. We all welcome him home.
The enrollment at school is now
very small on account of potato dig
George Hartman and Albert Haral
son have returned home from the
Miss Pearl Labbissonniere passed
Sunda.\ atternoon with Miss Lulu
A dance was given at Betzler's on
evening and all report a
Morris is very ill at
Mr. and Mrs. Louis
I the home of
I Miss Alma Wenberg spent a few
visiting her cousin,
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