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y5hQ Farm Fireside.
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Tom Belair shipped a carload of
hay last week.
Ghas. Brande made a business trip
to Elk River on Saturday.
Ben Haralson has been suffering
with another attack of gall trouble.
John Bergstiom commenced work
on Ghas. Brande's new barn on Mon
A. E. Shaw of Greenbush is
threshing in North Blue Hill this
Hartman Camp purchased a fine 2-
year-old colt from Kaliher last
Ghas. Kaliher and family of Elk
River spent Sunday as guests of Mrs.
Chas. Thompson returned last Fri
day from his trip to Montana and
other western states.
Gus Kuhlman delivered a load of
dry poplar wood at the Wheeler
school house on Monday.
Billy Thompson has returned from
Brooklyn Center, where he spent the
summer on a truck farm.
Lofgren Bros, have been baling
their hay they cut on the Dugan
meadow and hauling it to Princeton.
A man named Mullan ot Iowa has
purchased the old McQuoid farm
and will take possession in the
Mrs. W. H. Thompson returned on
Saturday from Wayzata, where she
has been visiting her son, Ed, and
family and some old friends. She
had a very enjoyable visit.
N. A. Lind has arrived from Rolfe,
Iowa, with some fine Shorthorn cat
tle. He brought a carpenter wit^
him and will at once commence to
build a house.
Mrs. Lela Knowlton and daughter,
Irene, of Orrock visited with Mrs. C.
E. Brande on Sunday afternoon and
went to Princeton for a short visit
with Mrs. Wm. Marsh.
Nels Ege is carpentering at Wm.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bemis and
family Sundayed at Wm. Deuel's.
Ernie Axt and Phoebe Crook made
a short call at H. L. Bemis' on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Oscai Erickson and
family and Mrs. Sarah Erickson
spent Sunday afternoon at Luther
Mrs. J. L. Bergman entertained on
Monday afternoon Mesdames Ayers,
Sandquisl, Hedman, Kelson, Pierson
and Miss Selma Sandquist.
Misses Lulu McEvitt and Clara
Sandquist and Messis. Joe Shipanski,
Earl Axt and Leslie Crook were en
teitained at supper at the John Lar
son home in Milo on Sunday. Miss
Augusta Larson returned with them
to take up her school work here.
Last Tuesday evening a crowd
gatheied at the Dalchow home.
Dancing was the chief amusement
and refieshments were served Mr.
and Mrs Dalchow left the following
day tor Bogus Brook, where they will
leside permanently. They have our
DISTRICT NO. 57
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Win
sor, Octobei 22, a daughter.
Miss Hilda Wicklund returned to
her home at Hinckley on Friday.
Mrs. Sam Winsor spent several days
last week with Roy Winsor and
Mrs. John Hager spent Wednesday
and Thursday visiting friends in
A number of people from this vi
cinity attended the show in Prince
ton last Wednesday.
Callers at Hans Rust's on Sunday
were Arthur and Judith Lindell,
Mis. Norberg and son, Reuben, and
Mrs. Andrew Rust and son.
About thirty people gathered at
the home of Louis Rust last Sunday
evening to help celebrate their nine
teenth wedding anniversary. Re
freshments were served and a very
pleasant evening was passed.
Miss Nida Quickstrom is staying
at the Val Mott home.
A. Westberg and son, Arthur, were
in Princeton on Friday.
The Dalbo starch factory has
opened up for business.
Misses Edna and Esther Ericson
were callers at Bjork's on Sunday.
Oscar Soderquist and John Eng
strom were in Princeton on Saturday.
Many Dalbo people attended the
dance at the M. W. A. hall, Maple
Ridge, on Saturday and had a fine
Visitors at J. Ericson's on Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson and
children of Bogus Brook, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Johnson and daughter, Vio
let, of Maple Ridge, Mr. and Mrs.
Lindstedt and sons, Mr. and Mrs.
Soderquist, Oscar and Arnold Soder
quist and Miss Edna Ericson.
Miss Hulda Norberg of Wyanett
was visiting at Sohlberg's on Sun
Miss Nida Quickstrom and Nettie
Engstrom visited with Agnes and
Ellen Benson on Sunday.
Misses Edna Ericson and Agnes and
Ellen Benson were callers at Eng
strom's on Friday evening.
Mrs. Lindstedt, Mrs. Brodeen,
Mrs. Ericson and Mrs. Lundell were
visitors at Pearson's on Wednesday
Seth Johnson returned from St.
Paul on Saturday after spending a
week with his sister and brother-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson.
There will be a Hallowe'en party
at the M. W. A. hall on Thursday
evening, October 31, given by the
school of district 1.
A few friends and neighbors of
Mrs. S. D. McKenney spent Sunday
afternoon at her home, it being her
While on her way home from her
school in Bradford Ina McKenney
had the misfortune of meeting with
quite a serious accident. I was
after dark and while driving she met
an automobile which had no lights.
She did not see it till it ran into
her buggytipping it over and in
juring Miss Ina quite badly. She
was lucky to get out of it as well as
Miss Francis Blomgren was pleas
antly surprised on Saturday evening,
when she arrived home to see a
crowd of her friends who had gath
ered there in honor of her birthday
anniversary. The evening was spent
in playing games. She is certainly a
fine entertainer, and did all she could
to make the evening enjoyable for
everybody. Delicious refreshments
were served and the gathering
presented her with a nice lamp.
Ernest Frank visited with Olive
Schmidt on Sunday.
Mrs. H. Heitman passed Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. G. Manke.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. G. Pike on Sunday, October 27.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoeft,
on Tuesday of last week, a daughter.
Miss Clara Gebert spent Sunday in
Mrs. Dora Bergman of Minneapolis
and Mrs. Emma Thoma of Princeton
were the guests of their brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. Heit
man, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilhelm, Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Milbrath and Mr. and
Mrs. H. Holthus Sundayed with Mr.
and Mrs. George Wilhelm in Green
bush to help them celebrate their
tenth wedding anniversary.
John Gramhill's sister left for her
home on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs Mellott visited at
Billy O'Malley's on Sunday.
Mrs. Smart is in Crown taking care
of Mrs. Byers, who is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohoe and daugh
ter spent Sunday at John Cohoe's.
A large number from here attend
ed church in Zimmerman on Sunday.
Mr. Eckdahl has built an addition
to his barn and a new corn crib this
Mrs. Gabrielson and family spent
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Chas.
Mike Keller and George Chandler
of Baldwin were out this way hunt
ing on Sunday.
Wm. Lieder spent Sunday at the
James home. You can always find
Bill where there are a lot of nice
Mesdames Will and Bert IIiff and
Mrs. Neumann of Zimmerman visit
ed with friends at Spencer Brook
Mr. Van Gandrew bought a shed
belonging to Mr. Martin and is busy
tearing down and moving the build
ing to his own place.
Mrs. Mellott attended the farewell
party given in honor of the McCrack
ens in Baldwin on Friday night. I
was a grand success from start to
finish and all enjoyed themselves to
the limit. Mr. and Mrs. McCracken
were presented with some pretty
silverware, and the best wishes of all
their friends go with them to their
new home in Harlem, Mont.
The Livonia town board met on
Mrs. Ed Healy of Elk River spent
Sunday with relatives here.
E. H. Foley hauled a big touring
car to Minneapolis on Sunday.
Miss Ina Bean and Mrs John
Kruger drove to Princeton on Satur
E. H. Foley took two auto loads
out to the dance at Blue Hill on Sat
The Episcopal ladies here will
serve dinner and supper in the Un
ion church on election day. There's
where you will find lots of good
things to eat. They served dinner
and supper on primary election day.
Rev. Stowe of Minneapolis held
services in the Union church on
Sunday. There was a large attend
Miss Burns entertained Miss Magna
Houske, the school teacher in the
Perman district, on Saturday after
George Foley went to Anoka on
Saturday morning to visit his daugh
ters and returned on the evening
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wheeler of
Princeton spent Sunday with Mrs.
Wheeler's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schwartz have
moved their household goods into
the creamery house, where they will
live this winter.
H. C. Hastings, candidate for
judge of probate, Harry Nickerson
and Will Iliff of Elk River were in
town on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson and
daughter, Mrs. Anderson, of Elk
River spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Swanson.
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Iliff of Elk
River spent from Friday afternoon
until Saturday afternoon visiting
relatives and friends here.
Mrs. Hartfelder of Elk River, can
didate for superintendent of schools
of Sherburne county, was in town
Wednesday looking after her interests
here. She has had twelve years ex
perience teaching and the voters of
Sherburne county will make no mis
take in casting their vote for such a
E. E. Dinwiddie went to Onamia
on Monday after a load of steel cul
Chas. Keith of Princeton and Mr.
and Mrs. Allen of Milaca were Vine
land visitors last Sunday.
Threshing in this vicinity is in full
blast and it will likely be finished
this week. Crops are turning out
The stork made a flying trip to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. McMullin
on October 25, leaving them a son
weighing 14 pounds.
Rev. J. J. Wittrup preached at the
M. E. church last Sunday. He was
accompanied by his wife. They
visited at H. O Oliver's Sunday
evening, returning to theii home at
Aitkin on Monday morning.
Erma Steeves is attending school
Mrs. Ed Hall, called on Mrs. Leon
Annis on Monday.
Miss Brodt spent Sunday with the
Bockovens at Spectacle lake.
Mrs Emil Lundgren and her daugh
ter, Theresa Henschel, spent Sunday
with Mrs. John Gates
Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs Ev.
Hall, has returned from the North
western hospital, where he under
went an operation for appendicitis.
WEST SPENCER BROOK.
Many people attended the sale at
Edwin Hamilton's last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moody spent
Sunday afternoon at Grandma
Lyle Morton and Gary Simons of
Isanti autoed over to Morton's on
The bean thresher is busy in oui
neighborhood this week and the
yield is fairly good.
Rev. Peterson has his new house
nearly finished and will move in
soon. Such people are always wel
Warren Prescott spent Sunday with
his parents on the farm and returned
to school in Princeton on Sundav
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Cotten of
Princeton and Miss Mamie Cotten
spent Sunday afternoon at C. A.
The roads are very bad in our dis
trict. Our road boss should straw
the sandy places like they do in Bald
Mrs. Wm. Talen and daughter,
Jennie, left for Willmar on Wednes
Miss Christine Magnuson returned
to her home in Minneapolis on Tues
Mr, and Mrs. P. Jensen visited
with the Norgaard family on Sun
The plasterers finished their work
at the P. W. Jensen home on Tues
S. Droogsma and B. Ykema ot
Pease were visitors at E. S. Starken
burg's on Tuesday.
A. Larson, who spent a week here
with relatives and friends, returned
to the cities on Saturday.
The M. C. Thorring family and
Miss Mamie Yotten visited with
friends at Bock on Sunday.
Services were held at the school
house on Sunday evening by Rev.
C. Larson, and it being the begin-
THE PRINCETON UNION: TtHTJRSDAY, OCTOBER 3l, 1912.
ning of a new year's work for the
Sunday school, officers and teachers
Workmen have put up a new chim
ney on the Jacobson residence and
are also building an addition to the
John Damhof leturned to his home
at Willmar on Friday after spending
a few davs with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. P. VV. Jensen and
daughter, Florence, and Mr. and
Mrs. Hatch spent Sunday with
friends near Milaca.
Kev. Lang of Minneapolis came
here on Tuesday evening to visit
with Giandma Minks, who is very
ill. He returned home on Fiidav.
Chas. Steeves is threshing clover
in this neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Strong called on
Mrs. Magnus Wickstrom last Sun
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Evens, Mrs.
Inga Berg and son, Johnnie, spent
Sunday at L. JST. Berg's.
Mr. and Mis. Fred Holm, Ed
Stromberg and Agnes Hanson spent
Sunday at A. IS. Holm's.
Don't forget the sewing society's
auction tomorrow night at the
church. Everybody welcome.
Alonzo Sullivan and Misses Elsie
Brueckner and Jane Way called at
Bill Stacy's in Baldwin on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Levin and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Chalstrom spent
Sunday with Otto Engstrom and
DISTRICT NO. 50.
Mrs. Egge was a caller on Mrs.
Bender in district 7 on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winkleman were
visitors at E. M. Fiero's on Sunday.
Mrs. Annie Egge and family at
tended Sunday school in district 7 on
Two of Henry Glade's old neigh
bors from Iowa were visiting him
The Egge boys and the Bankson
boys were callers on the Campbell
boys Sunday evening.
C. L. Campbell and wife and son,
Ernest, were visitors at the Full
wiler home in Blue Hill on Sunday.
The wire is being put on the
Farmers' telephone line and the
Baldwin line will be completed in a
We noticed an item in the Blue
Hill correspondence of Armitage's
paper which said that the $40 shares
mark's Great Bargain Store
Th Man Wh Makes flood people all the time, and we are succeeding.
Stocks are better and prices are lower. You can trade with absolute
safety. There is one price and that is the lowest possible.
Mark's Great Bargain Store
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of the Farmers' Telephone Co had
been raised another twenty and that
was on account of the rotten poles
that were being used. Now we are
a member of that association and we
haven't heard of any raise, and we
have handled quite a number of
those poles, and we don't see but
what they average about the same
as other telephone poles. The writer
of that article can't be a farmer, as
farmers pull together, you know.
T^HE 18 days of our fall opening sale have
proved the greatest success we ever had in
Princeton. There are only two more days left
of our sale, but we still find that there is over
$20,000 worth of goods which have been marked
down for this sale, and as we do not believe in
marking the goods up again, we have decided to
In Plain Words We Can Save You 50 Percent
on Each Dollar's Purchase
Big line to select from of Cloaks, Suits, Overcoats, Fur Coats, Furs,
\b Dress Goods, Blankets, Quilts, Underwear, Skirts, Shirtwaists, Sweat-
ers, Gloves, Mittens Shoes for Hen, Boys, Ladies and Children and
Rubbers and Overshoes will all go at the low prices to which these
goods were marked down at the beginning of the sale.
and sales may go, but bargains at Mark's Store can
CONTINUE OUR SALE
until every dollar's worth of goods is sold.
This Extension Sale will comprise the biggest
bargains ever offered. Our store is thronged
these days with seekers after genuine bargains.
We have concentrated every possible ounce of
energy in making this a better store for all the
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures
Your Money's Worth or Money Back
The dance at Betzler's on Saturday
evening was quite well attended.
Mib. J. V. Pederson spent Wed
nesday afternoon at Charles
Callers at Wahlfors on Sunday were
Edna and Alice Leander, Ella Hunt
er and Mrs. Ailce Norby and child.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sager and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
B,ocheford spent Sunday at Grim
A cake social will be given au east
district 4 school house tomorrow
evening. Everyone should put forth
an effort to attend.
Word has reached here that Mr.
Romine died in North Dakota last
week from heart disease. He was a
resident of Greenbush.
Mr. and Mr. Albert Haralson and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hart
man and family spent Sunday with
Ben Haralson and family in Blue
Mr. and Mrs. Christopherson, Mrs.
J. V. Pederson, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Raiche, Mrs. Edward Stein
bach, Misses Randi Pederson, Mabel
and Gladys Raiche and Pearl Labbis
sonniere and Messrs. Archie Gennow,
Nels, Clarence, John and Edward
Pederson and Lou Gennow were visit
ors at Henry Forster's on Sunday.
Those in perfect attendance at
school during the month ending Oc
tober 25 were Anna and Margaret
Heruth, Alice Reimann and Anton,
Clara and Agnes Betzler. Those who
attended 19 days were George and
Ivan Degleman, Anna and Frank
Leander, Pearl Reimann and Ethel
Rehaume. Those perfect in spelling
were Ella Heruth, Edith Linstrom
and Pearl Labbissonniere. Jennie
Miss Zelpha Erstad entertained
the Young People's society of the
Norwegian church on Friday even
ing. A short program was rendered
in which all performed their parts
very well and are worthy of praise.
After the program some excellent
music was rendered, which was en-
Sales may come
not be equaled.
joyed by all. At 11 o'clock a fine
lunch was served and at 12:30 all de
parted for home declaring they had
had an excellent time. The next
meeting will be at Homme's on No
GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO.
L. Marbor made a trip to Foreston
Isaac Jensen delivered stock at
Becker last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Aleckson and
family spent Sunday at Ole Jensen's.
Mrs. Henry Stowe visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson, on
Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson of
Blue Hill called at T. Jensen's on
Mrs. T. Knutson spent the latter
part of the week with Greenbush
Miss Cora Hubbard of Maywood
visited her sister, Mrs. Sam Walker,
Miss Hanna Fmbogsen entertained
the Young Ladies' union on Satur
The Lutheran Ladies' Aid society
will meet with Mrs. Gunder George
on Thursday, Nov. 7.
P. J. McGuire has moved into
new residence, which is one of
nicest in the country.
Mrs. P. Langseth entertained
Maywood Ladies' Aid society at
parsonage last Thursday.
Mrs. J. O. Anderson will entertain
the Foreign Mission Aid society on
November 7. A cordial welcome is
Carl Sorenson of Scandia spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. K. Gun
derson of Santiago. Mr. Sorenson
made the trip on his motorcycle.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grow of Green
bush visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ode
gard on Sunday and both families
autoed to Foley and Ronneby to
Mrs. S. Abrahamson of Greenbush,
entertained at dinner on Friday Mrs.
L. J. Madson, Mrs. Langseth, Mrs.
O. G. Wold and Mrs. George Uran oi
Glendorado and Mrs. T. Knutson oi
Mr. and Mrs. S. Abrahamson en
tertained a host of friends on Sun
day. Among them were Mr. am
Mrs. J. K. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs.
Knutson and Mr. and Mrs. A. An
derson. Mr. and Mrs. S. Abrahamsoi
will soon leave for Oregon.
the the the
The county commissioners wi]
meet in special session tomorrow.