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G56e Farm Fireside.
Gleanings by Oar Conntry
Mrs. E. A. Taylor and Wil] Leath
ers are sick.
Minor Jones is building a new barn
on his place.
Fenimore Howard returned home
on Saturday night from a deer hunt.
Malker Ax has been improving the
looks of his place by adding a new
Mr. and Mr&. Scott Lambert have
rented the Percy Briggs' place, so
Mrs. Will Leathers visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Elsie Moore, in Princeton
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Redmond
and Mrs. Ellen Hyndman spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson King.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Libby and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Erick Nel
son visited at the Hamilton home on
We wish to correct the mistake
made in the Union last week saying
Mrs Fiero and son went to Kansas.
I was Mrs. Perrault and son, Vic
tor. They were called there because
Mrs. Perrault's brother was killed.
Flagged Train With Shirt.
Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved
it fiom a wreck, but H. T. Alston,
Ealeigh, 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
weie 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 tiial will con
vince you of their matchless merit
for any stomach, liver or kidney
trouble. Price 50 cents at C. A.
GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO.
C. B. Dahl has erected a large
T. M. Gibbs called on his friend,
Geo. Uran, on Sunday.
T. Knutson is confined to the
house with a severe attack of rheu
Our first snow fell Friday. We
have certainly had a long, beautiful
Miss Lottie Peterson of Minne
apolis is visiting her mother. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Jensen visited
their daughter, Mrs. Aleck Aleekson,
Christ Knutson and Isaac Ander
son are visiting relatives and taking
in the sights in Minneapolis.
Grandma Stay has been ailing for
a long time. We hope she may re
cover. Mis. Annie Negard is stay
ing with her.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Madson
Glendorado and Mr. and Mrs.
Knutson of Santiago were guests
the Uran home on Sunday.
The basket supper at the Glendo
rado hall last Saturday evening net
ted the goodly sum of $32, which will
be given to Mrs. Ole Olson of Thou
Emeline, the 3-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Aleekson,
was severely burned by falling into a
pail of boiling water. We hope she
may speedily recover.
The Young Ladies' union will hold
its annual bazaar at the Glendorado
hall on Saturday. November 30,
both alternoon and evening. All
sorts of fancy articles will be offered
for sale and theie will be a candy
booth and fish pond. A program
will be rendered and supper will be
served for the low price of 15 cents.
Come one and all.
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.
Will Truax is building a new barn.
Mrs. Lang's sister died in Iowa last
Gladys Truax spent Sunday at the
Roy Mellott spent Snnday night at
Mrs. J. W. Mellott is visiting her
son, John, and family.
Many from here attended church in
Zimmerman on Sunday.
Bowen Jennison transacted busi
ness in Elk River on Saturday.
Tom Olson entertained a party of
hunters from the city on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Smart entertained
several neighbors on Sunday night.
Mrs. John Cohoe, Martin Perman
and Willie Sundberg are all nursing
Mrs. Byers gave a party in honor
of her brother, Crick Mulders',
twenty-fourth birthday anniversary
on Thursday evening. A large num
ber from here attended and report a
Albert Guderian was married last
week and was serenaded on Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cohoe and Mrs.
Gabrielson spent Sunday at John
We are glad to be able to report
that Carrie Kight is much improved
at this writing.
Fritz Perman and Earl Iliff were
seen out this waj with their lady
friends on Sunday.
We are sorry to hear that Tom Ol
son has sold his farm. Some party
in Indiana is the purchaser.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Whitlof went
to Princeton on Saturday and Mr.
and Mrs. Manthey on Monday.
Mrs. Herbert Anderson has re
turned to her home in Princeton
after a pleasant sojourn at Ed
Billy O'Malley has been down this
way several times lately. I begins
to look as if he has found a lady to
suit him at last.
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Eico come
reports of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit
the people. Eamon T. Marchan of
Barceloneta writes,' 'Dr. King's New
Discovery is doing splendid work
here. I cured me about five times
of terrible coughs and colds, also my
biother 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 theie is
nothing better. A trial will convince
you of its merit. 50c and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guanarteed bv C. A.
Wm. Jaenicke spent Sunday
Miss Edith Johnson is spending a
few days in Minneapolis.
Wm. Bornholdt and family called
at H. Peters' on Sundaj.
Mrs. Aug. Albrecht called on Mrs.
Jaenicke on Wednesday afternoon.
Nick Essig and family spent Sun
day with Fred Eggert and family.
Jacob Ellenbaum and family spent
Sunday at the Umbehocker home in
Mrs. Henry Schmidt and son,
Clarence, spent Sunday at the Jae
Mrs. Knight and children left last
week for Taylor, Iowa, where they
intend to pass the winter.
Leo Peters has sold 40 acres of land
to Mr. Wient of Minneapolis, who
expects to take possession in
The party at Ellenbaum's on
urday night was well attended
the greater part of the evening
Only a Fire Hero.
But the crowd cheeied, 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."
Right! also for boils, ulcers, sores,
pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains,
bruises. Surest pile cure. I sub
dues inflamation, kills pain. Only
25 cents at C. A. Jack's.
John Bergstrom spent Sunday with
his old friend, O. Bragg.
Mabel Williams is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Matt Johnson.
Calvin Carpenter has gone up in
Mille Lacs county to hunt deer.
Philip Boehm, jr., is building a
barn, 26 by 30 feet, on his farm.
Chas. Reichart delivered some
dressed turkeys in Princeton on Mon
The snow storm of Monday made
working very disagreeableabout an
inch of snow fell.
The town board has put in a new
galvanized culvert in Battle brook,
near Mike Kaliher's farm.
Frank Morrill has been hauling a
car load of baled hay to Princeton
and is shipping it to Duluth.
The largest crop of clover seed re
ported is on the farm of Wm. New-
man16 bushels from 4 acres.
Walter Dilley has returned from a
deer hunt to Mille Lacs county. He
did not even see a jackrabbit.
J. M. Johhnson and wife of Prince
ton were in Blue Hill on Sunda}
looking over some land that they
have for sale.
The new telephone line is now
completed and the wire is kept hot
by our young people, who are enjoy
ing it very much.
Huber Lamoreaux has resurrected
his old flintlock musket and started
for Hayland township, Mille Lacs
county, in search of game.
Chas. Brande purchased a cow in
Princeton last Saturday, but it was
a tin cow, and he proposes to put it
on his barn cupola. I was cut from
a drawing made by Chas. Thompson,
jr., of Blue Hill, who is quite an
artist when it comes to drawing pic
tures of animals.
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.
Willie Heruth is spending a few
days' vacation at home.
Chas. Raiche has returned from
the cities, where he was a visitor.
Misses Olga and Alma Reimann
spent Sunday evening at Heruth's.
Geoige Williams and Fred Beto
have returned home from deer hunt
Bill Wahliors and Clarence John
son spent Sunday forenoon at Lean
Mrs. Leander and daughter, Alice,
spent Monday with relatives at
Mrs. J. V. Pederson and family
spent Thursday evening at Henry
A dance was given at the Betzler
hall last Saturday evening by Messrs.
Peterson and Shaw.
Callers at Baumann's on Sunday
were Willie Heruth, Arval Gennow,
Otto Reimann, and Minnie Pinz.
Misses Alice and Edna Leander,
Pearl Labbissonniere, Ethel Rehaume
and Lester Rehaume spent Sunday
at Nels Rehaume's.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rehaume
and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rehaume
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Grow at Princeton.
Miss Iiene Gennow has returned
home from Spain, N. D., where she
has been employed for the past three
months. We are all glad to see her
Bryan Gennow has recovered from
Albert Blair and his hay-press
crew are gone to Milo to do some
Mr. and Mr. A. E. Grow spent Sat
urday and Sunday visiting relatives
Emil and George Zimpel and Geo.
Degelman hauled grain to Foley on
Mi. and Mrs. Tom Blair of Blue
Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Blair
Richard and Lexina Dagenais vis
ited at the Rocheford home on Sun
Andrew Davis has all of his goods
here from Cresco, Iowa, and likes
this part of the country.
Mrs. Wm. McVicar, Forrest Mc
Vicar and Beta Wilcox visited at the
Kenely home on Sunday.
Albert and Octavie Rochelord,
Orpha Ross and Cecelia Blair, visited
at A. E. Grow's on Sunday.
The members of St. Francis church
have the lumber on the ground for
a 128 foot sned for the horses.
THE PRiyCETOfr TOlfrST: 1MUB8DAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912.
us Kuhlman has traded his gaso- through their agent, E. H, Foley,
line engine and saw rig to Campbell
Bros, of Baldwin for a threshing
outfit, and he is using the engine as
power to bale hay.
On the old Wheeler farm, now
owned by Mohaupt Bros., and
worked by John Fullwiler, 26 bush
els of clover seed were threshed in
three-quarters of a day.
Cater & Harrington, who have
been hulling clovei in the neighbor
hood the past week, have hauled
their machine onto Wm. Newman's
farm and will lay off until after
Some of our Blue Hill boys at
tended a bean party at Mr. Geiser's
at Kragero last Sunday. A large
crowd of young people were in at
tendance and they hand-picked 24
bushels of beans for Mr. Geiser.
L. D. Carter was a passenger
Anoka on Tuesday.
W. R. Lovell was out to Elk River
between trains Monday.
George Foley went up north Tues
day to work this winter.
E. H. Foley and Harry Pratt went
to Minneapolis on Saturday.
Lyle and Myrtle Iliff and Louise
Hurtt came home on Friday night.
Mr. Larson of St. Francis is in
town with his clover huller this
Owing to the death of Mr. Bowles
the Thanksgiving dance was post
Prof. Malm came up from Minne
apolis on the evening train last
Winnifred Lovell went to Elk
River on Monday and returned the
Mike Kaliher and Rev. Father
Willenbrink of Princeton were in
town last Friday.
Miss Berkquist, Mrs. Wm. Swan
son and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Foley
went to Princeton last Friday.
John Looney is putting the finish
ing touches on the inside of his new
house. He has five carpenters there.
Bert Nash purchased a Kingsbury
piano from the Cable company
Mrs. Dollie Olson, who is sewing
for Mrs. Larsen, went to her home
in Princeton Saturday evening and
returned on Monday morning.
J. J. Walley, Mr. Davis and Mr.
Swartzman of Anoka were in town
on Sunday. They purchased the en
gine in the creamery and E. H.
Foley's teams hauled it to Anoka
Ed Wright received a letter from
his sister, Mrs. Jack Van Astein,
last week, in which she says she
likes the country. Flowers are in
blossom there and she has been out
picking huckleberries Several times.
She is located at Lakeport, Oregon.
Wm. Bowles, at the age of 75, who
has been confined to his bed for the
past year, passed away at the home
of his sons on Monday night at 9
o'clock. He leaves two daughters,
Maud and Mrs. C. A. Stillman, and
two sons, George and Fay, to mourn
bis loss. He will be greatly missed
by everybody. The funeral was held
in the M. E. church on Wednesday
afternoon and the interment was in
The haying crew on the St. Fran
cis near E. J. Johnson's met with
quite a loss by fire last Sunday.
When they were lighting their fire
the kerosene can exploded, covering
some of the men with the oil, which
quickly ignited, causing consterna
tion in camp. One man had on two
coats and, by throwing off the out
side one, he saved himself but the
coat burned. Another one had his
pants burned on him, while still
another had his trousers burned up
to the knees. They lost all of their
bedding and weie obliged to take
shelter Sunday night at Gilbert
WEST SPENCER BROOK.
C. A. Babb and Fred Moody spent
Monday evening at Williams'.
There was a dance at Gil Clough's
last Saturday night and a nice time
Ernest Patten is building a ma
chine shed 24 by 40.
Neaily everybody is through husk
ing corn in our neighborhood.
Charley Shearston went to Prince
ton last Monday aftei a load of lum
ber for E. Patten.
The clover huller has been busy
in our nieghborhood for several days
and some report a good yield of seed.
Miss Edith Johnson went to Min
neapolis Friday on a visit to friends
and relatives for a few days.
Abe Bergeron and Mr. Mavis are
hauling some fine cream brick for the
new armory at Princeton and greatly
appreciate the results of Bob Dunn's
good roads gospel.
DISTRICT NO, 5 7
Miss May Cotten spent Saturday
and Sunday at Henry Steeves'.
Mr. and Mis. Hans Rust Sundayed
at Louis Norberg's in Baldwin.
Mrs. Magnus Wickstrom visited at
Hans Rust's on Tuesday of last
Mr. and Mis. Andrew Rust and
family spent Sunday at P. H.
Mrs. Will Steeves is spending a few
days with her son, Hugh Steeves,
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Mott motored
to Pine City on Saturday and re
turned on Sunday.
Mi. and Mrs. Roy Winsor left on
Tuesday for Nebraska, where they
will spend the winter.
Aldrich Rust returned last Wednes
day from Minneapolis, where he
spent a few weeks with friends.
The moving picture show given at
the school house on Monday evening
was not very well attended on ac
count of bad weather.
Mrs. Gust Johnson visited in
Princeton on Wednesday.
Mrs. Stubbs and son, Thad, and
daughter, Ruth, spent Friday in
Mary Eastlund and Mabel Peterson
were callers at Westberg's OIL Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Tolin and son
were callers at the F. A. Ericson
home on Sunday.
A large crowd attended the mov
ing picture show at the Unitarian
church on Sunday evening.
A large crowd from here attended
the surprise party at Rev. J. A.
Johnson's home in east Dalbo on
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ericson and
daughters, Emma and Mae, spent
Saturday afternoon with the C. G.
Johnson family at Maple Ridge.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
at Princeton postoffice on November
25: Mr. A. E. Shoberg, Mr. A.
Smith. Please call for advertised
letters. L. S. Briggs, P. M.
structed to burn
stove size hard coal. Has
the greatest number of
Z square inches of rediat
0 mg surface, gives more
A fZ heat and consumes less
Auditor-Treasurer's Statement of
Moneys in Treasury.
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs ss
A statement of the exact amount of money
remaining in the treasury of the county of
Mille Lacs state of Minnesota, on the 3ist
day of October, 1912 with the amount be
longing to each particular fund
Taxes and penalties $35201 56
County revenue 2100 38
Road and bridge fund 48
Ditch fund 2484 23
Redemption fund 392 25
School district fund. 10618 67
Town, city and village 960 61
Incidental fund 97 46
state land and interest 784 04
State loans 30 S3
Poor farm fund 2787 62
Mortgage registration tax. 1266 48
Poor fund, overdrawn $ 67.76
County bonds, overdrawn 15 01 56725 00
Total amount in treasury $56642 23
Pennies $ 76
Nickels and dimes 2 35
Silver 15 00
Money orders 56.00
Deposited in banks 54298 87
Total $56642 23
We certify that the above and foregoing
statement is true and correct
Dated this 31st day of October, 1912.
Radiant Home Base Burner
9 coal. Having perfect
it insures a
greater radiation than
2 all other makes.
High Grade Pianos at Nominal Prices
We carry nearly a dozen dif
ferent makes of the best pianos
and organs manufactured and we
invite you to come in and inspect
White and New Home sewing
machines and small musical in
Cash or small monthly payments.
Ewings' Music Store
One Door East of Union Office PRINCETON
G. F. PALTHEN~
(Successor to Anton Palk)
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Hamra's Beer on Draught
Your Trade is Solicited~W PRINCETON, MINN.
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Mian.
OTTO HENSCBLKL. County Treasurer.
I will sell at auction on my farm
in section 2, Greenbush, on Wednes
day, November 27, beginning at 12
m., all my horses, cattle, machinery
and household goods.
L. Johnson, Owner.
A marriage license was issued on
Tuesday to Wm. J. Scharffvillig of
Ramsey county and Marie L. Crepeau
G. A. BARRETT, Prop.
Successor to North Side Milling Co.
LL kinds of feed grind
ing done on short
notice. Ground feed for
sale, and delivered to any
part of the city. We also
make and keep on sale
Wheat and Rye Graham.
A Share of Your Patron
age is Solicited
I will offer at public auction on
Monday, December 2, on my farm,
about a mile south of town, all my
cows, mules, chickens, farm machin
ery and household goods, also 60O
rods of woven wire fencing, 200 new
white oak fence posts and 50 tons of
hay. D. N. Hunt, Owner.
T. J. Kaliher, Auctioneer.