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S6 Farm Fireside.
Gleanings by Oar Country
Wesley Wood of Waseca county is
visiting his brother, E. A. Wood.
Mr. O'Leary of Minneapolis spent
a few da\s with his brother-in-law,
John Wheeler of Baldwin is build
ing a nne machine shed, 16 by 32
feet, for Arthur Groff.
Chas. Reichart returned on Satur
day evening after a three weeks'
visit with his brothers in Wisconsin.
The sandstoims of last Friday,
with the north wind, were about
the worst evei experienced in this
Miss Alice Fullwiler has returned
home after spending several weeks
with hei sister, Mrs. Adams, at Val
ley citj, N
The long winter monthsheavy
foodslack of exercise decrease your
vitality, make you feel mean. Hol
lister's Kocky Mountain Tea gives
you \italityclears the bloodbuilds
up flesh. Makes you strong and
robust. Great spring medicine. Tea
or Tablets, 35 cents. C. A. Jack.
Swen Kight is home from the
Mrs Gabrielson lost her driving
horse last week.
The Lovell and Wright families
spent Monday evening at J. Iliff's.
Mabel Johnson spent a few days
with her brother, Ed, and his wife
Mr. and Mrs. E. Montri and Crick
Mulder took dinnei at Chas. Cohoe's
Mrs. E. Schwaitz and Mrs. J.
Loonej ot Zimmerman spent Wed
nesday aitemoon at Iliff's
Mi and Mis. Wright, Philip and
Mabel Johnson and Roy and Queen
Van Gaudien called at Iliff'son Sun
Mis. Mellott spent the greater part
of this week at hei old home in Bald
win helping hei uncle, Billy O'Mal
ley, pack his furniture Billy is
moving to Punceton.
Wony is the mother of sick, ner
vous and troubled mentality upsets
the entire phjsical system. The
bodj is a network of nerves. Hollis
ter's Eockj Mountain Tea soothes
and freshens the entire system. Try
it tonight. C. A. Jack.
GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO.
T. Jensen spent last week visiting
friends at Eivin.
Abe Knutson transacted business
in Foley on Monday.
L. J. Madson ot Glendorado called
at the Knutson and Uran homes last
Miss Glad}s Campbell attended the
teachets' convention at St. Cloud
The oreign Missionary society will
hold a special meeting at Mrs.
Henrv Oirock's on March 27.
II. Kelson and Mis. Ne-
gard ol Santiago spent Thursday
with the foimer's mother, Mrs. Tor.
Mi. and-Mis Chas. Solberg and
familly departed foi Minneapolis on
Satuiday and left there on Monday
for Tacoma, Wash. We are sorry to
lose the old settleis, but wish them
prospenty in then new home.
The town election passed off
quietly in both Glendorado and San
tiago, both towns re-electing the old
boaid. Glendorado voted $1,200 for
road and bridge fund and Santiago
voted the same amount for the same
purpose, also $800 to build a town
hall, which will be a great improve
ment. I will be built near the
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your trouble will quickly disappear.
They will stimulate the liver, im
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all the poisons from your system.
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25c at C. A. Jack's.
John Van Slooten has resigned his
position with J. A. Jetsinga.
Mrs. F. H. Bartelt left on Tuesday
for a visit with relatives and friends
Miss Johanna Kiel, who was em
ployed at the Commercial hotel in
Princeton for a month, is home
The Alderink boys have returned
from Wahkon, where they completed
a logging contract. They cut and
hauled over 200,000 feet of logs.
Mrs. G. Brink returned last Wed
nesday from Eaymond, where she
spent a few weeks, together with
her husband, visiting relatives. Mr.
Brink is expected this week with a
car of live stock, machinery, etc.,
which he purchased while there.
They will soon locate on their farm,
formerly owned by S. Van Otterloo.
On account of the storm last Fri
day not enough farmers were present
at the meeting to organize a co-oper
ative store. Another meeting will
be held on Monday, March 24, at 1
o'clock sharp. A committee of three
was appointed to consider the propo
sition which J. A. Jetsinga is going
to make them on his stock of general
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Neaily every skin disease yields
quickly and permanently to Buck
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better for burns or bruises. Soothes
and heals. John Deye of Galdwin,
Mich., says, after suffering twelve
years with skin ailment and spend
ing $400 in doctors' bills, Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured him. I will
help you. Only 25c. Recommended
by C. A. Jack.
Walter Moline of Pease bought a
Holstein calf from M. C. Thoiring
Joe Caley is moving onto the 40-
acre farm of John Shea, the former
Garret De Boer of Pease was in
Woodward Brook calling on friends
Albert Eeibe, jr., has bought a fine
young mare and says he will soon go
farming in Blue Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Draxten visited
with the Henry Uglem family at
Long Siding on Sunday.
Chris Minks had his property re
insured last week in the Glendorado
Fire Insurance Co., of which Wm.
Talen is agent.
Mrs. P. C. Van Someren returned
on Tuesday from Baldwin, Wis.,
where she spent a couple of weeks
with relatives and friends.
A special meeting of all members
of the Woodward Biook Telephone
Co. was held on Mondaj evening in
the school house of district 12.
Neal Byl evidently does not be
lieve in taking things easy, foi he is
sawing wood every daj\ Just now he
is in the neighborhood of Pease.
Mark Newman, who was helping
his fathei for a while with the farm
work, has returned to Princeton and
is now employed by the Evens Hard
So many people are ill with the
grippe nowadays that we will not
try to mention names. We will all
be glad to give this troublesome
visitor a ticket to some far-off coun
School district 12 will have a
week's Easter vacation. The parcel
sale and entertainment will be given
soon after this vacation. Miss Mil
ler, piincipal, will spend her vaca
tion with relatives in the twin
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For lorty-three yeais Dr. King's
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throughout the world as the most re
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million bottles were used last veai.
Isn't this proof? I will get rid of
your cougn, or we will refund your
money. J. J. Owens of Allendale, S.
writes the way hundreds of oth
ers have done: 'After twenty years,
I find that Dr. King's New Discov
er} is the best remedy for coughs and
colds that I have ever used." For
coughs oi colds and all throat and
lung troubles it has no equal. 50c
and $1.00 at C. A. Jack's
BOGUS BROOK AND BORGHOLM.
Mrss Petra Peterson visited school
in district 28 on Wednesday.
The Sewing circle met at the C. A.
Erickson home on Wednesday.
Wm. Hofferbert is busy moving
onto the place he rented some time
John Hedin left last week for
Eamey, where he is to solicit for the
Mrs. Chas. West has returned
from Stockholm, Wis., where she
has been visiting for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. George Newgard are
moving onto the place they recently
purchased from W. S. Tyler of Mi
Miss Evelyn Olson and brother of
Mora arrived on Monday for a few
days' visit at the A. P. Lindstrom
Elick, Henry and Louie Westling
left for Glendorado on Monday for a
few days' visit with friends and rel
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hofferbert and
family spent an enjoyable evening
at the A. P. Lindstrom home on
The folks who purchased the J. L.
Carlson farm have taken possession
of their new home. We extend a
Mrs. C. P. Johnson, who has been
confined to her bed for some time
with rheumatism, is somewhat bet
ter at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Swanson of South
Dakota have been here visiting Mr.
Swanson's cousin, Nels M. Peterson.
They were on their bridal tour.
The Misses Myrtle and Tillie Fol-
wick, Anna Johnson and Olga Fran
son were entertained at the Gust
Johnson home on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Folwick and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Albin Swenson
and children, and Misses Anna John
son and Petra Peterson were callers
at the Nels Olson home on Sunday
Emil Gens purchased a horse at the
Otto Bensel of St. Paul *s visiting
at the A. Falk home.
Sidney Schmidt has returned home
from Osseo, where he was visiting.
A number of people from this vi
cinity attended church in Prince
ton on Sunday evening.
On Monday afternoon Are broke
out in the smoke house of R. Manke
and burned it to the ground.
A few of our boys and girls were
confirmed in the German Lutheran
church in Princeton on Sunday.
Albert Schilling left for Minneapo
lis on Monday after spending a few
weeks here with relatives and
John Gates' granary is nearly com
Mrs. George Taylor spent Sunday
at Ed Hall's.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmidt spent
Sunday at Geo. Tomlinson's.
Mesdames Herbert and John Gates
visited at Carl Dehn's one day last
Elvira Erickson and her sistej
called at Oscar Miller's on Sunday af
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Dibblee called
on Mrs. Henry Steeves on Monday
Last Tuesday evening a few friends
surprised Hugo Grapentin, the oc
casion being his twenty-first birthday
The Ladies' Aid society met with
Miss Hulda Grapentin last Thursday.
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
Mrs. Grapentin entertained at din
ner on Sunday in honor of her son
THE PRINCETON XJNIOK: THUBSDAY, MARCH 20,1913.
A farewell party was held at the
Yeomen hall on Saturday night in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Taft,
who left on Tuesday for their home
at Cut Bank, Mont. The evening
was pleasantly spent in dancing and
social conversation, and will be long
remembered by those present.
The members of Homestead No.
4148, Brotherhood of American Yeo
men, met at the Yeomen hall on Sat
urday afternoon for a wood-sawing
bee. While the men were busy with
the wood the ladies were exception
ally busj in the kitchen preparing
the edibles that were furnished by
the members. After the work was
done lunch was served in that old
fashioned way that went straight to
the heart of everybody, not except
ing Louis, who is no amateur at eat
Merton Foley is getting along
E. E. Lynch went to Minneapolis
Mrs. Hewson called on friends in
Wm. Walker shipped stock from
here on Tuesdav.
Grandma Bean was ill a few days
last week but is better at this writ
Mrs. W. A. Smith is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. E. H. Foley, this
Mis. Charleston, cook at the Blan
chett hotel, left on Saturda.v for her
home in Minneapolis.
Larson and Lynch left on Thursday
for Floodwood, where they have con
tracts to drill several wells.
E. H. Foley made a business trip
to Sandstone on Friday evening and
returned on Saturday morning.
Wm. Swanson and B. A. Kettilson
have#a small stock of millinery in
their stores. Now is a chance to get
your Easter bonnets.
There was a large crowd at the
dance Monday night and an enjoy
able time was had by all. Mr. and
Mrs. Blanchett served an excellent
Mrs. N. B. Neumann and son,
Floyd, went to the cities on Friday
and left Eoy in charge of the cnli
naiy department, in which he seems
to be very efficient from the repdrts
heard of the delicious cream puffs
and different kinds of cake he has
been passing around to some of his
frineds. I is a good thing for Eoy
that this is not leap year oi he
would be captured.
John Kight, formerly an old settler
of this localiaty but now located at
Lenore, Idaho", has been spending
the most of the winter in this part
of the country. He returned from
La Crosse. Wis., a short time ago
with a Mrs. Lydia Eeed, an old-time
friend and schoolmate, as his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Kight are at present
with John M. Cook, but expect soon
to leave for their home in Idaho.
Carl's confirmation. Among those
present were Eev. and Mrs. Ahl ahd
daughter, the Bensemans, Mr. and
Mrs. Williams, John Williams, Miss
Brodt and the Geberts.
Eveiyone around here attended
John Warring's sale.
Otis Buckingham returned from
the woods on Friday.
Anyone wishing to buy seed corn
should apply to Nelson King.
The dance at Ellen Hyndman's
was well attended and everybody
had a pleasant time.
Misses Iva and Gladys Ellenbaum
visited at Hosea Hunt's and went to
the dance at Hyndman's on Satur
We are glad to hear it was not Ell
wood House that was killed but
sorry to learn it was Mrs. House's
John* Warring has been called to
Iowa on account of death in the
family and Mrs. Warring and chil
dren are visiting at George Way's.
Miss Annie Haglund left last Sat
urday for Duluth.
Miss Jennie Lofgren is employed
at the home of Harry Ellgren.
Mrs. Neal Johnson, who has been
sick for some time, is still confined
to her bed.
Roy Addington went to Wahkon
last Friday and expects to resume
his duties again next Monday.
The stork called at Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Ellgren's on Tuesday evening,
March 11, and left in their keeping a
fine baby boy.
Hans Peterson gave a few of the
young folks here a sleighride on Sun
day evening. Hans is very popular
with the young folks.
Most of the officers elected at the
town election met at the clerk's
office last Saturday to qualify for
their respective offices.
Mrs. John Skretting and family
and Peter Sehlin and family were
entertained at the D, C. Anderson
home last Sunday afternoon.
A. C. Kilmer has moved his saw
mill from Eastwood down to Adding
ton & Stevens' yards at firookside.
He expects to start sawing in a very
Miss Stella Reynolds is working for
Mrs. L. D. Clough.
Mrs. J. M. Chapman has been on
the sick list for a few days.
C. H. Simond, who has been sick
for the past three weeks, is a little
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Williams
visited a few days last week with
friends at Milaca.
Olof and Peter Peterson returned
last week from Bruno, where they
have been working during the win
Richard Daudt, who has purchased
the farm formerly owned by J. L.
Turner, moved here last week from
The Sewing seciety met at P. B.
Peterson's last Friday and the Young
People's society met there Saturday
Rev. H. M. Olson held English ser
vices in the Chapman school house
last Sunday as the Oxlip church is
About 20 friends surprised A. J.
Reynolds last Saturday evening, it
being his fifty-seventh birthday an
niversary. The evening was spent
in playing games, and supper was
served by Mrs. Reynolds.
Women's fashions for nineteen hundred
and thirteen are entirely feminine,
influence of mannish ideas that has
vailed for the past four seasons is no |2
longer evident 1p
With the trim lines that
mires are combined those little touches
of ornamentation that are so dear to
the feminine heart.
The First Showing of
Correct Man-Tailored Suits and Coats
IS THIS WEEK
A. E. Allen & Co.,
jjf Take your harness to J. H. Hoffman. He uses
Sj the best oil. You will not get your hands and clothes
J? dirty from the harness he oils. This is also a good
$ time to get your harness repaired.
John Thompson spent Sunday at
his home at Long Siding.
Miss Pearl Labbissonniere spent
Sunday with Miss Esther Norman
Miss Octavie Rocheford has re
turned home after a month's visit
A Stitch in Time Saves Nine"
An honest dollar's worth of work for a dollar
is our motto. Bring in your harness.
J. H. HOFFMAN
A New Note in
little touches mf
with relatives and friends at St.
Paul and other points.
Miss Randi Pederson and John
Pederson spent Sunday evening at
Services were held in St. Francis
Catholic church here on Sunday by
Rev. Jos. Willenbrmk.
Archie Robideau spent Sunday
with relatives here. Archie is at
tending school in town.
Peter Raiche returned to Minne
apolis on Monday after a visit of sev
eral weeks with relatives here.
Misses Randi Pederson and Elvina
Hartman and Messrs. Edward and
John Pederson, Ben Hartman and
Ray Wetsel spent Sunday at Stello's.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Norwegian Lutheran church will
meet with Mrs. Jacobson on Wednes
day, March 26. Everyone welcome.
A party was given at the Jacobson
home last Saturday evening, the oc
casion being Miss Hilda's birthday
anniversary. The evening was spent
in various amusements.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Corteau and
family and Misses Pauline Trunk,
Kathryne McArdle, and Hazel Robi
deau, Messrs. Richard Degnies, Real
Robideau and Max Corteau were en
tertained at the Rocheford home on