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J56 Farm Fireside.
Gleanings by Oar Country I
Fied and Jason Foote were Prince
ton \isitois on Tuesday.
Miss Margaret Walker spent Fri
day and Saturday at home.
The dance at the Brook was post
poned on account of bad roads.
Ed Colburn of Bradford has been
doing some team work for Mrs. A.
James McKen/ie has been very sick
with quinsy, but is a little better at
Mrs. F. W. Goodwin has been \is-
iting with her mother, Mrs. J. H.
Earl Babb left on Monday for
Montana, wheie he will work during
Those who attended the party at
the Medin home on Sunday evening
all leport an enjoyable time.
Mis. A. J. Reynolds had the mis
foitune to cut her hand while open
ing a can of fruit on Sunday.
Some ol his friends gave a surprise
on Clausie Erickson last Sunday
e\ening. The e\ening was spent in
placing games and supper was served.
Bow els clogged, sick headache, sour
stomach, no iun is it? A happy
face, led cheeks' come with good di
gestion Ilollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea makes the bowels work reg
ular natmal, makes vou feel like
new. Take it tonight. C. A. Jack.
Robert Koinmann has purchased
a IK\ De Laval cieam separator.
Mi. and Mis. Robert Kornmann
and iamilv weie Sunday guests at
the Schneider home.
Misses Delia and Lizzie Ileitman
woie pleasant calleis at John Wil
helm's on Thuisdaj evening.
Willie Jleruth took a crowd of gills
out toi a sleigh lide on Sunday after
noon. Willie knows how to treat the
Mi. and Mis. J. Wilhelm enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. G. Manke and
Mr. and Mrs August Gebert and
family at dinnei on Sunda\.
A numbei ol people from this vi
cinity attended the English services
at the Gciman Lutheran oiuich in
Pnnceton on Sunday evening.
What greatei gift or blessing could
one gne than health and happiness?
Toyoiu unhealthy friends give Hol
lislei's Rockv Mountain Tea, na
tme's gieatest tonic remedy. Drives
out disease, bungs back health and
happiness. You'll be sm prised the
good t'will do. G. A. Jack.
GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO.
.1. O. Anderson has been on the
sick list the past week.
C. B. Dahl and Aleck Aleckson
transacted business in Foley on Mon
Mis. John Carlson will entertain
the Missionaiv Aid society on Thurs
day, Maich IS.
Mr. and Mis. A. Aleckson and
family were the guests of Mr. and
Mis. Ole Jensen on Sunday.
Mi. and Mis. G. Anderson ol San
tiago -visited Mi. and Mrs. Elef John
son in Greenbush on Sundaj.
T. Knutson and Selmer Wold were
out coon hunting Satuiday. They
tumped many a ear\ mile in the
storm but came home empty hand
A sleighload of Glendorado young
people weie entertained at the ISf.
Johnson home in Santiago on Sun
dav. A delightful afternoon and
evening wete spent.
The Glendorado Lutheran Ladies'
Aid society yvill meeb with Mrs. An
ton Lai son ol Gieenbush on Maich 5,
and the Santiago division with Mrs.
Nels H. Nelson on March 6. A cor
dial imitation is extended.
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Li/i/e Jones is on the sick list.
Pete Lambeit made a trade for
some sheep on Saturday.
Mis. Willie Frednckson's little boy
was mimed but is getting better
Mr. Schedm has bought some land
neai Nelson King's and expects to
Mr. and Mis O. Hamilton and Mc
Kmle\ Blown spent Friday evening
at Louis Rust's.
Mi and Mis. Lafe Slaback and Mr.
and Mis. Oun Hamilton attended
the iuneial ol Sam Hulet in Prince
ton last week.
Mis. Frank Libby is havihg trou
ble with her left arm from her elbow
to the shoulder. It's swelled as big
as a stovepipe. Dr. Cooney is at
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Buy it at Jack's drug store.
DISTRICT NO. 50.
Mrs. Egge attended church in Li
vonia on Sunday.
Reuben Norberg has gone to Wy
anett to work for Mr. Winsor.
Herb Campbell came down on Sun
day and spent the day, returning in
The shower on Mrs. Lou Lambert
was well attended, there being about
20 ladies present.
Adolph Egge has been working for
Henry Arnhold the past week to get
his buildings ready to occupy.
It will soon be time for township
election, and who knows who is who
and what is to be done to better con
A feyv of the young folks of the
neighborhood gathered at E. M.
Fiero's the other evening and all re
port a good time.
George Fullwiler and wife of
Round Lake stopped off on their way
to Carlyle, Mont., and will visit
friends and relatives for a feyv days.
Mr. Glade has rented his farm to
Mr. Griep and thinks he will move
to Princeton. We are sorry to have
so good neighbors as the Glade family
leave us, but at the same time we
wish them success.
About 20 families, all from near
Milford, Iowa, are expected to arrive
here this week to take possession of
farms they bought last summer.
They will be most welcome and we
yvish all of them success.
Most everybody here is busy logging
or making hoops.
Rev. Gustavson preached to a full
house at the Baptist church last
Ray Addington and Norman Mc
Cuaig spent Sunday at their homes
C. S. Day of Eastwood was around
here a feyy days last week selling
John A. Johnson will leave in a
few days for yvestern Canada, wheie
he has a homestead.
John Addington of Wahkon was
here looking after his timber inter
ests a couple of days last week.
Willie Lofgren is busj hauling logs
to Addington & Stevens' yard with
his neyv team. Willie says he can
haul anything with two ends.
L. O. Monson's house, with all its
contents, was destroyed by fire last
Sunday forenoon. Only children
were home at the time, so nothing
could be sa\ed. Luckilj theie yyere
no lhes lost. Mi. and Mrs. Monson
ha\e the sympathy of all of us.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Almlie Sun
da} ed at E. B. Bachelor's in Glendo
Olander Pierson, Daye Sandquist
and O. J. Almlie transacted business
in Princeton Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cailock are here
yisiting yvith the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mis. R. Ayers.
Among the callers at Jno. Beden's
on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Hughes and family, Mr. and Mrs. F.
X. Reibestein, Vic Sandquist and
Mr. and Mis. Luther Jones and
iamilv, Geoige Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Fied Eiickson, Mrs. Sarah
Erickson and son, William, and
Einie Axt spent Sunday at Oscar
Elmer Noimandie, who is at the
Northyvestein hopital, Princeton,
underyvent an operation for acute ap
pendicitis on Monday. Reports are
that he is getting along as nicely as
can be expected.
While in the act of jumping from a
load of hay Oscar Erickson fell onto
the frozen giound and sustained se
\ere iniuries to his face. Dr. Cooney
was called and treated the wounds
and lepoited that it yvas not serious.
A iaiev\ell party was given at the
Peter Cook home on Monday evening
to a number of friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Cook will move this week onto a
faim noith of Milaca. We are sorry
to part yvith such good neighbors as
they have proved to be.
Mi. and Mrs. J. J. Knutsen gave a
party to a number of their friends
on Saturday evening and, in spite of
the bad weather yvhich prevailed, a
large croyvd attended. The evening
was spent in a pleasing way and le
iieshments weie served.
Mrs. Eric Stark of Milo died on
Sundav evening from cancer of the
stomach Funeral services weie held
on Wednesday afternoon at the
Swedish Lutheian chuich, Green
bush. Besides her husband she
leayes thiee daughters and one son,
namely, Mis. Chris Jensen, Agnes,
Freda and Andreyv, all of Milo, to
mourn her untimely loss. Mrs.
Staik, who was alwa}s loved by
eyeiyone, yvill be greatly missed
Jerry Timmer lost a valuable milk
coyv last week.
George Kiel assisted J. A. Jetsinga
last week in putting up his supply ol
An 14-pound boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Salee on Wednesday,
Albeit Nagel has accepted a posi
tion with W. F. Groenveld, to take
effect April 1.
Miss Jennie Van Sloten has re
signed her position with J. A. Hu
beis and Jennie Otten yvill succeed
Miss Anna Keuther, who was tak
ing a course in cooking and dress
making at the Milaca agricultural
school, is home again.
John and Albert Hubers of Sioux
Center, Iowa, spent from Wednesday
until Monday morning with their
aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubers,
and other relatives here.
On account of bad roads H. Mins
did not haul J. A. Jetsinga's ice as
stated in last yveek's items, but is
hauling it this week, together with
Frank Kuperus, while George Kiel is
doing the sawing. The ice is 26
inches thick this year and the quali
ty is excellent.
Last Thursday morning at 11 a. m.
Gerrit Brink of Raymond and Miss
Annie Ruis were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony at the Christian
Re lorrued church of Pease. After
Rev. A. W. Meyer had pronounced
the words which made them man
and wife all the relatives and a few
intimate friends departed for the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Ruis, where a bounteous
wedding dinner was awaiting them.
At 7 o'clock in the evening all the
young friends of the couple were the
invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. Brink
were the recipients of many costly
presents, which goes to show they
were held in high esteem by their
numerous friends. The newlyweds
boarded the Monday morning train
for a short bridal trip, which thev
yvill spend with relatives at Ray
mond, after which they will be at
home to their friends on the 80-acre
farm the groom recently purchased.
We join with their many friends
in wishing them happiness and pros
perity. Those here to attend the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
Brink, parents of the groom Charlie
Brink, his brother: Mrs. Den Adel
and Rynie Brink, his sisters: all of
Raymond, Minn. and Miss Johanna
Kiel of Princeton.
Emil Schwartz is hauling sawdust
from Elk River.
August Hiller motored to Minne
Mr. Merz motored over from Monti
cello on Wednesday.
Fritz Anderson spent Sunday at
his home at Elk lake.
Rev. Stowe held services in the
Union church on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Berglund left
for Sauk Rapids on Friday.
Ed Martineau and family have
moved to Minneapolis to live.
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler of Princeton
visited at Muffley's on Sunday.
C. A. Stilllman transacted business
in St. Paul on Thursday and Friday.
Lynch & Larsen were repairing a
well for Fred Martineau on Satur
Mis. Lew Jennison and daughter
yvere down river passengers on Thurs
Dorothy Erickson, daughter of Ole
A. Erickson, was quite sick last
The newlyyveds, Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Hiller, visited in toyvn on Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. B. Nash went to
Minneapolis on Thursday and re
Little Merton Foley is suffering
from a broken arm sustained from
falling off a chair.
Dr. Schon was called to Axel Pei
man's on Tuesday to prescribe for
his little daughter.
Benj. Soule of Princeton yvas in
town Monday. He is figuring on
moving the lime house for W. R.
Mrs. Strong, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. W. R. Hurtt, the
past two months, left for St. Paul
Our meat market is now running
full blast and it is safe to say we
yvill not be calling for meats that
are not on hand.
The first eggs to be sent from the
postoffice by parcel post yvere mailed
one day last week by Mrs. May
Beyer to Minneapolis.
There will be a high school concert
at the M. W. A. hall on Friday
evening, March 7. Music by orches
tra, solos and farcea full evening of
The dance in thu M. W. A. hall
last Friday was quite well attended
considering the bad storm. Harring
ton's orchestra of Clearwater fur
nished the music.
Mrs. N. B. Neumann was greatly
surprised last Thursday when she re
turned from a ride with Mrs. E. H.
Foley and found her house packed
yvith ladies. An excellent supper was
served and all had a jolly good time.
BOGUS BROOK AND BORGHOLM.
Louis Jones of Woodward Brook
called at the Win. Hoflerbert home
Mrs. H. E. Jones returned last
week from St. Cloud, where she has
La grippe is again raging in this
vicinity, several persons having been
afflicted the past week.
Enos Jones left on Thursday for a
few davs' visit at the W. E. Jones'
home in Woodward Brook.
A bouncing boy arrived on Sunday,
Febiuary 16, to gladden the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frandle.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Swedberg of
Bock were pleasant callers at the
Ole Swedberg home on Sunday.
The masquerade ball given in the
Yeomen hall on Saturday night was
a grand success. A large crowd at
tended and a good time was had bv
Miss Lydia Carlson was pleasantly
surprised on Wednesday night, when
a number of her friends gathered at
her home for that purpose. Miss
Carlson leaves in a feyv days for Port
land, Oregon, where she will make
her future home.
John Hedin left on Tuesday for
Minneapolis to attend a meeting of
the Biotherhood of American Yeo
men, at which a class of 100 became
membeis of that order. This meet
ing was in commemoration of the
sixteenth anniversary of the society.
Matt Johnson is shipping a carload
of baled hay this week.
Grover Taylor shipped a carload of
baled hay to Grafton, N. D.
Mrs. E. Camp is visiting at Clar
ence and C. W. Taylor's this week.
Olof Olson bruised a finger while
assisting Lofgren Bros, to saw wood.
John Wheeler went to Baldwin on
Saturday to spend a few days yvith
George Marpe of Princeton town
ship is visiting his sister. Mrs. Wm.
Chas. Kuhlman sold a carload of
baled hay to a Minneapolis buyer at
$5.50 per ton.
Mrs. John Fullwiler has been in
poor health for the past few yveeks
but is better now.
Gale Leonard from Iowa has ar
rived and will move onto the Schuy
ler Hoyt farm, which he purchased
The snowstorm on Friday nio-ht
was accompanied by a high wind and
consequently the road grades are as
bare as ever.
Mr. Mullen of Iowa has arrived
with a carload of stock, machinery,
furniture, etc., and will occupy the
McQuoid farm in Blue Hill.
Fred Borneke, wife and son, Ar-
THE PRINCETON UNTO^ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
thur, Chas. Thompson and sisters,
Helen and May, were callers on Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Brande on Sunday.
Ole Christian is engaged in haul
ing gravel for cement work on Tom
Larson's new store yvhich is to be
built in the northern part of Orrock.
Chas. Thompson and sisters. Helen
and May, and Elmer Madson and sis
ter, Anna, went to Kragero on Sat
urday evening to attend a young
Elmer Stevenson was badly hurt
while putting up ice. The ice tongs
he was using slipped and cut a gash
over one eye. We are glad to report
that he is recovering from the effects
of the wound.
We learn that Dick Durbin took
an involuntary bath in the lake
while cutting ice. We always sup
posed Dick washed his feet in the
winter, but never thought he had to
cut a hole in the ice to do it.
Will Truax is cutting cordwood on
the Frank Truax .place.
Mrs. Smart took supper at Mel
lott's on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Chas. Cohoe and children
spent last Tuesday at Montri 's.
Mrs. Gabrielson spent Sundav
afternoon with Mrs. Chas. Cohoe.
Paul Johnson of Bradford made a
trip through here last week selling
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. James spent a
yery pleasant evening last week play
ing cards at Chas. Cohoe's.
Miss Mabel Johnson and Billy
Lynch called on the young people at
James' on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Mellott attended the shower
given for her friend, Mrs. Lee Lam
bert, at Baldwin on Sunday.
Mose Cohoe and Ray Lang called at
Mellott's one night last week, and
they say that Mose nearlv drowned
in a big puddle going home.
Little Elsie Moline is still on the
Enoch Larson purchased a new
gasoline engine last week.
August Olson is doing some carpen
ter work for Peter Bergstrom.
Andreyv Anderson and son, Oscar,'
have been logging at Ogilvie for the
past couple of weeks.
It is said that the Free Mission
church at this place has been sold to
Mr. Christi of Wyanett.
Anton Anderson was called to Des
Moines, Iowa, last Sunday on account
of the death of his brother.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson and
family and Mrs. Norling and son,
Oscar, visited at Dave Anderson's
News has reached here from our
former pastor. Rev. Florell, now of
Winnipeg, that a baby boy has ar
rived at his home.
Callers at Louis Erickson's on Sun
day evening were Herman Nelson,
Carl Lewis, Stanley and Ernie Krave
and Paul Bjorklund.
The Ladies' Aid society met at J.
O. Krave's last Thursday7
meeting was well attended. The
next meeting will be at L. Erick
Sam Shaw has returned home from
his work at Crown.
Mrs. J. V. Pederson and familj
spent Sunday at Henry Foster's.
Oscar Erickson fell from a load of
hay and sustained serious injuries.
Mr. and Mrs. David Raiche and
son, Bernard, spent Sunday at
Mrs. O. Boucher has returned to
her home at Minneapolis after spend
ng a week visiting in Greenbush.
The apron social at Hartman's last
Friday evening was well attended
and about $10 was realized therefrom.
Miss Eva Hatch is spending a few
days visiting at the R. S. Shaw home
and visited school in district 4 on
Misses Olga and Alma Reimann,
Anna Baumann, Frank Betzler and
Otto Reimann yvere callers at Hard
ing's on Sunday.
The Young People's society of the
Norwegian church met with Clara
Arseth last Friday evening. The
evening was spent very pleasantly.
Misses Alma and Olga Reimann,
Arval. McKinley and Aichie Gennow
and Frank Betzler were among those
who spent Sunday evening at Bau
Mr. and Mrs. John Kok of Pease
spent Monday with friends here.
M. C. Thorring sold one of his
Holstein bulls to Chas. Nelson last
Mr. and Mrs. B. Draxten went to
Princeton on Tuesday and sold a
wagon load of calves.
B. Draxten helped with the work
at P. W. Jensen's last week and now
Ed Talen is assisting.
Miss Hulda Anderson of Princeton
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. Anderson.
P. W. Jensen is still suffering from
inflammatory rheumatism and is con
fined to his bed most of the time.
Adolph, Otto and Gust Minks
drove to Zimmerman on Monday to
attend an auction sale at that place.
Albasom Nelson bought one of P.
W. Jensen's registered Holstein
calves last week and paid therefor
A number of our young people at
tended the wedding reception at the
Ruis home west of Pease last Friday
Rev. Lund of Minneapolis preached
in district 36 on Fridaj evening and
delivered an especially instructne
Rev. Orrock of Santiago will oreach
in the brick school house in district
36 at 10 o'clock on Sunday forenoon.
Everybody cordially invited to come.
M. C. Thorring is having his ice
house Qlled this week. The ice is
being hauled from Rum river on the
Albert Riebe farm, and Reibe is
sawing the ice.
Chas. and Swan Nelson both lost
a cow recently. At the present price
of cows this loss in not a small' one.
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On one sale last week common cows
reached the $83 mark. One can easi
ly reach the conclusion that a farmer
with a bunch of good cattle is worth
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Brink of Ray
mond, who were present at the mar
riage ol their son, Garret, to Miss
Anna Ruis, in Pease last week, vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Talen
last Friday. These worthy people
were old time friends when both
parties lived in Iowa and later as
neighbors near Raymond. Mr. and
Mrs. Ruis of Pease and Mrs. Henry
DeAdel of Raymond came with
them to spend the day in Woodward
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Mrs. Wm. Scribner of Onamia vis
ited at C. J. Orton's last week.
Mrs. J.H Faught has been on the
sick list for some time. We hope for
her speedy recovery.
Miss Hallie Rudman departed for
Miller, S. D., last Friday, where she
expects to teach school.
The M. W. A. lodge gave a dance
at Midland last Friday night and a
number of voung folks from here at
E. E. Dinwiddie took his daugh
ter, Mamie, to Brainerd last Satur
day to have her tonsils removed.
From last reports she is doing nicely.
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