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j@fte Farm Fireside.
I Qieanlngs by Our Country i
Sam Kight's brother from Idaho is
Robert Brink spent Sunday at
E. H. Foley went to Foreston on
Frank Williams went to Princeton
on Tuesday evening.
Martin Swanson went to Princeton
on business last Saturday.
Roy Garter has finished his house
and moved into it Monday.
Roy and Elmer Taylor of Meadow
Vale were in town Sunday.
1. F. Walker shipped two carloads
of stock from here Tuesday,
Parry Mickelson and Robert Brjink
wept to Elk River on Tuesday,
Miss tyljy Smart is staying with
Mrs. Jack karsen for two weeks.
Nejs Eckdahl and H, J, Miakelspn
'went to Minneapolis on Tuesday.
Miss Maud Bowles is doing dining
room work at tlie BJanchett hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Foley vial ted
^relatives at Spencer Brook on Sun
Miss Brehnan of Elk River visited
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown last
Jack Larsen and R. E. Lynch are
working at the well business in
While working on Irving Bean's
barn Frank Hall stepped on a nail
and is laid up.
Winnie Lovell visited her sister,
Mrs. Chas. Swanson, at Elk River a
few days last week.
Florence McDougall is staying with
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Foley this win
ter and going to school.
A few young fellows from here at
tended the dance in Dave Looney's
barn on Saturday night.
Irving Bean had a large cupola for
his new barn shipped to him from
Princeton last Saturday.
Mrs. Bert Nash drove to Princeton
on Saturday with her daughter, who
takes music lessons there.
Miss Carrie Kight was taken to
Princeton on Sunday to consult Dr.
Cooney for throat trouble.
Lee Kilmartin returned home on
Thursday after a week's visit with
friends at Lake Mmnetonka.
C. Bianchett of Minneapolis
was in town Thuisday and Friday
looking after his interests here.
Mrs. A. H. Olson returned on
Thursday evening after a short visit
with her daughter Minneapolis.
Miss Tilda Berkquist of Lake Min
netonka is visiting friends and rela
tives here and also doing some dress
Don't foiget the dance in the M.
W. A. hall on Wednesdaj evening,
November 27 Good music will be
Mis. Martin Swanson returned
from Minneapolis the latter part of
last week after a few days' visit
Louise Hurtt and Lyle and Myrtle
IJiff came up fiom Elk River on Fri
day evening and remained until
Mrs Woriell of Chicago was here
last week visiting her mother, Mrs.
J. M. Cook. She returned to her
home on Monday.
Mrs. Dollie Olson of Princeton
came down on the morning train
Tuesday to do some dressmaking for
Mrs Jack Larsen.
Mr. and Mrs. August Ott visited
Mr. and Mrs. Kettelhodt at Prince
ton on Sunday. Mrs. Ott and Mrs.
KettJehodt are sisters.
Mrs Fletchfi, who was visiting
Mrs Cook at the time of her
accident, returned to her home in
Minneapolis last Thursday.
Jesse Larsen, who is working at
Donaldson's store in Minneapolis,
came up on Saturday evening and re
turned on Monday morning.
Men are busy hauling baled hay
from Barrett & Zimmerman's
meadow, west of town, and are ship
ping about three carloads a week.
Irving Jennison came up from Min
neapolis on Saturday and returned
Sunday afternoon. He was accom
panied to the city by Miss Lilly
Mrs Harry Wheeler of Princeton
came down on the morning train
Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs.
Muffley. She returned on the even
Lyle and Myrtle Iliff came up from
Elk River last Thursday evening to
attend the wedding dance. They re
turned to their school work on Fri
Tom Olson has sold his 80-acre
farm east of town and purchased
forty acres of E. A. Smythe one mile
east of town, adjoining a forty that
he has owned for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stendahl
celebrated their first wedding anni-
versary last Friday by inviitng in a
few relatives and friends. Mrs.
Stendahl served a nice lunch.
Rev. A. G. White of St. Paul will
hold services in the Union church on
Sunday at 2 p. m., November 24.
All invited to come and hear Rev.
White, who comes well recommended.
Mrs. J. M. Cook is getting along
as well as could be expected at her
age. Dr. Schon thinks she will be
out of bed in about three weeks.
Mrs. McDougall is taking care of
Frank Knapp, the line man for the
Sherburne County Telephone com
pany, was in town a few days last
week repairing the lines he also in
stalled a phone in Jack Larsen's resi
dence one mile north of town.
A dipping from an Everett, Wash.,
paper was received this morning
stating that a letter had been found
in a depot there written by a young
man by the name of Steve Day, that
he was out of money and work and
was discouraged and would end it all
by committing suicide. His par
puts live about fchpe# miles south of
Zimmerman. As vet they have not
heard whether or not the young man
Carried out his terrible intention.
He belonged to the state militia and
M. W. A. lodge of North Dakota.
Herman Norberg and Miss Ethel
Olson were united in marriage at
Princeton last Thursday morning.
In the evening they gave a dance in
the Mi Wi A. hall which was packed
With friends and relatives of the
young couple. They received many
beautiful presents. Mr. and Mrs.
Olson, parents of the bride, served a
ver nice supper at midnight. Mr.
and Mrs. Norberg moved to Big Lake
on Saturday, where Mr. Norberg is
employed in the Johnson hardware
store. The out of town guests that
attended the wedding dance were Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Johnson, Miss Anna
Norberg, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gray of
Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frye
and Mrs. Hulbert of Elk River.
Flagged Train With Shirt.
Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved
it from a wreck, but H. T. Alston,
Raleigh, N. once prevented a
wreck with Electric Bitters. I
was in a terrible plight when I be
gan to use them," he writes, -'my
stomach, head, back and kidneys
were all badly affected and my liver
was in bad condition, but four bot
tles of Electric Bitters made me feel
like a new man." A trial will con
vince you of their matchless merit
for any stomach, liver or kidney
trouble. Price 50 cents at C. A.
DISTRICT NO, 57
Lawrence Levin left on Friday for
Minneapolis to spend the winter.
William Oelkers went to Zumbrota
last Wednesday and returned on Sat
Joe Rust, Albin Paulson and Hen
ry Rust Sundayed at August Chil
Sunday visitors at Hans Rust's
were Arthur Lindell and Mr. and
Mrs. John Hager.
Albin Paulson left this morning
for Minneapolis, where he will spend
atewdajs before returning to his
home at Stockholm, Wis.
A surprise was given Miss Emma
Oelkers last Thursday evening. The
evening was spent in playing games,
after which refreshments were
served. All present report a good
time. Miss Oelkers left on Saturday
for Zumbrota, where she expects to
spend the winter.
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Rico come
reports of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit
the people. Ramon T. Marchan of
Barceloneta writes,' 'Dr. King's New
Discovery is doing splendid work
here. It cured me about five times
of terrible coughs and colds, also my
brother of a severe cold in his chest
and more than 20 others who used it
on my advice. We hope this great
medicine will yet be sold in every
drug store in Porto Rico." For
throat and lung troubles there is
nothing better. A trial will convince
you of its merit. 50c and 91. Trial
bottle free. Guanarteed by C. A.
Miss Clara Hoeft called
Jno. Meyers on Sunday.
Prank, son of Mr. and Mrs
Hall, has been quite sick.
Mrs. Lundgren is visiting with her
daughter, Mrs. John Gates.
Miss Brodt called on Mrs. Leon
Annis on Sunday afternoon.
John Meyer, Emil Lundgren and
Walt Annis are deer hunting.
Mrs. Herb Gates visited with her
mother, Mrs. Peterson, on Sunday.
Grandma Lundgren called on sev
eral of her friends around the lake
Mrs. Alice Johnson, who has been
visiting Mrs. Herb Gates, has re
Mrs. Hugh Steeves has been quite
sick, also her boy. They are now on
the road to recovery.
Mrs. J. Cady has arrived from Wis
consin to spend the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. Ev. Hall.
Only a Fire Hero.
But the crowd cheered, as, with
burned hands, he held up a small
round box. "Fellows!" he shouted,
"this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold
has everything beat for burns."
also for boils, ulcers, sores,
pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains,
bruises. Surest pile cure. It sub
dues inflamation, kills pain. Only
25 cents at C. A. Jack's.
Isaac Erickson lost a valuable
A. J. Reynolds has just completed
a fine new barn on his farm near
All the farmers in this vicinity are
busy husking corn and preparing for
Peter Peterson is building an addi
tion to his house. C. D. Tompkins
is doing the carpenter work.
Mr. and Mrs. John Foote and fam
ily of Princeton and Mrs. J. E. Chap
man and family spent Sunday at
Mrs, A, A, Foote's.
We hear that little Dorothy Peter
in, who was taken with an attack
of appendicitis one day last week
and taken to Minneapolis for treat
ment, is getting along nicely.
Builds up waste tissue, promotes
appetite, improves digestion, induces
refreshing sleep, giving renewal of
strength and health. That's what
Hoi lister's Rocky Mountain Tea
does. 35c, tea or tablets. C. A.
WEST SPENCER BROOK.
C. A. Williams and wife and son,
Clyde, drove over to Isanti last Sun
day and spent the day.
Gil Clough and family spent last
Thursday evening atC. A. Williams'.
Bill Barry of Milaca was also there.
Fred Moody has sold his 40-acre
farm to Robert Higgins. Fred is
undecided what he will do, but will
stay on the farm until spring,
Several went from here over to A.
J. Reynolds' last Saturday night to
attend the dance in his new barn.
At midnight a good supper was
There is to be a dance at the
Brook on Thanksgiving night.
Everybody is invited. Good music
and an oyster supper will be served
at the hall. Plenty of barn room.
If you suffer from indigestion, con
stipation, feel mean and cross, no
strength or appetite, your stomach
is unhealthy, Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea strengthens, purifies
the stomach, regulates the system.
35c, tea or tablets. C. A. Jack.
Chas. Taylor is erecting a new
John Lind has his new house
and nearly enclosed.
J. H. Humphrey had his big clover
crop hulled the past week.
Chas. Thompson recently traded
horses with Fred Newman.
Bert Metzer helped Chas. Brande
a day last week on the new barn.
Henry and Ed Maggart are helping
Tom Belair with his corn shredder.
Mrs. James Stevenson scalded her
arm quite severely last Sunday morn
Mrs. Norby of Greenbush spent
Sunday as a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kuhlman's sale last week had
a small attnedanee and articles sold
Henry Bulleigh is assisting Chas.
Brande in the work of building his
Hartman Camp and family spent
Sunday as guests of Clarence Taylor
Elmer Stevenson has sold an 80-
acre farm he owned in Blue Hill to
James Stevenson and wife spent
Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Grover Taylor has moved his house
hold goods from the Olson house to
his new home.
Tom Belair was shredding some
corn for Clifton Cravens in Prince
ton on Friday.
Some of the young people had a
party at Grover Taylor's home on
Chas. Taylor, Clarence Taylor and
Fred Clark delivered cattle in Zim
merman last week.
Willard and Delbert Carpenter and
Ed Sanborn have gone up in Mille
Lacs county on a deer hunt.
Claud Bragg and Louis Kuhlman
are engaged in trapping mink, wea
sel, skunks, etc., and are having suc
While Chas. Thompson and family
were calling at Chas. Brande's last
Sunday their youngest boy, George,
was quite seriously hurt. The little
fellow was playing in the yard and
J*\ A, I
accidentally pulled over a wagonbox
that was lying on its edge, and it
fell across his back.
W. H. Thompson and Marion
Northway are building a cement
water tank to use for their stock the
The Blue Hill correspondent offers
an apology for his silence last week.
He was too busy working on his new
barn to skirmish for news.
Mrs. Julia Filley and children, who
have been staying at Chas. Thomp
son's all summer, have gone to Long
Prairie to visit Mrs. Filley's parents.
We are having the finest Indian
summer weather any one could wish
for, and we would be thankful for
another two weeks of the same kind.
Mi and Mrs. Fagerburg celebrated
their tin wedding on November 12.
Quite a number of their neighbors
were present and all leported a very
Chas. Thompson expects to leave
this week for Fort Benton, Mont.
He will make the trip in his auto
mobile and expects to stay in Fort
Benton all winter.
Art LaMoreaux and Chas Kuhl
man are looking sad and forlorn these
days and all on account of the young
lady attraction they had in Kragero
having gone over to Germany for a
The Chas Thompson school dis
trict has bought a new organ with
the proceeds of the rag ball social
held some time ago, and now the
pupils will have some good music to
cheer them up.
The traveling public of north Blue
Hill and Santiago certainly appre
ciate the good work of the Princeton
village council in strawing the road
from Foss Cater's to the village
limits on the west.
While Ed Edson was leading his
Holstein bull from Pratt's farm to
his place Mr. bull pulled away from
Ed and then chased after him. Ed
got behind a telephone pole and the
bull struck the pole and broke it off
near the ground. Then Ed made
a home run for a big oak tree. He
was seen later going after the animal
with a shotgun and baseball bat.
Notice is herbey given that all out
standing eounty warrants of ditch
No. 8 should now be presented for
payment at the county treasurer's
office. Interest on same ceases with
in 30 days from date of this notice.
November 14, 1912.
Your Opportunity to Buy
Rug at a Bargain
E have just received a splendid lot of Rugs from Chicago, with
patterns and colors such as never have been shown here before.
They will be offered at a saving worthy of your consideration. If you
A are looking for artistic effects in Rugs, for little money, it will pay you
to come in and look them over. &
Seamless Wilton Velvet, 9x12, from $28.50 Up
Seamless Velvets, 9x12, from $22.50 Up
Smith's Palisade Seamless Velvets, 9x12 $18.00
High Grade Axminsters in Floral and Oriental Designs, 11-3 12 $27 and $30
9 12.$22.50 up. 36 72.$3.50. 8-3 10-6 ..$22.00. 27 54..$2.25
i Also a nice lot of 9 12 Brussels ranging from $14 00 Up
fCaley Hardware Co.
Settle Your Piano Question Now
Right now is the best time of all the year for piano buying, and our prices
are right. Here are some of the makes we sell:
Mason & Hamlin Raudenbusch & Sons
Conover A. B. Chase
Cable Wesley Knabe
and others. Also the famous Estey, Mason &
Hamlin, and Farrand Organs.
^"SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Since the old-fashioned theory of cur
ing eczema through the blood has been
given up by scientists, many different
salves have been tried for skin diseases.
But it has been found that these salves
only clog the pores and cannot penetrate
to the inner skin below the epidermis
where the eczema germs are lodged.
Thisthe quality of penetrating
probably explains the tremendous suc
cess of the well known liquid eczema
remedy, oil of wintergreen, thymol, gly
cerine, etc., as compounded in D.D.D.
We have sold other remedies fr skin
Ewlngs' Music Store
One Door East of Union Office PRINCETON
G. F. PALTHEN
(Successor to Anton Faik)
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Hamm's Beer on Draught
You Trade is Solicited~W PRINCETON, MINN.
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
(vl Stroet, (opjRlt *trch Factory.) Princeton, Minn
Why Salves Can't Cnre Eczema
troubles but none that we can recom
mend as highly as this for we know that
D.D.D. stops the itch at once. We can
give you a trial size bottle for 25 cents
that will be enough to prove it.
Of course all other druggists have
D.D.D. Prescriptiongo to them it you
can't come to usbut don't accept some
big profit substitute.
But if you come to our store, we are
so certain of what DJXD. will do for you
that we offer you a full size bottle on
this guarantee*If you do not find that
it takes away the itch AT ONCE. It
costs SOIL not a. cent.
C. A. Jack, Druggist.