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A pc-rty was given at L. Rust last
Saturday night. All who attended re
ported a fine time.
Mrs. Wm. Hanson called on Mrs.
Mrs. K. A Anderson visited with
Mrs. Hanson Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Axel Weeks went to
Minneapolis Friday to visit friends
and relatives. Mr Weeks returned
Monday, and Mrs. Weeks will stay a
couple of weeks more.
Andrew Rust and family were Sun
day visitors at Bergren's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Olson and daugh
ters, Eva and Lula, were at L. Rust's
Mrs. Sjodm and daughter, Martha,
called on Mrs. Karlm Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Karlm and son, Mel
vin, and the Olson family, and John
Lmdberg were Sunday visitors at Sjo
We are glad to hear the Stjern
quist, Lind, Veline and Ericson fann
lies are improving. They have been I
quite sick with the measles.
The meeting at the Free Mission
church was well attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hanson spent
Sunday at Martin Wicklund's.
Gusta Lind called on Edna Torell
DISTRICT NO. 50.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fiero were vis
itors at Herb Campbell's Sunday.
Some fish have been caught in Bat
tle Brook the last few days.
Wedding bells have been ringing
Baldwin the past two weeks quite
lively, there having been three wed
dings. We extend to them all
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs.Adley Stacey gave par
ties to the young folks, and dancing
and other games were entered into
and all report a good time..
A few days of sunshine and it
would do to begin seeding on the
Earl Lesher called at the Camp
bell home Sunday.
Earl Lesher went to Minneapolis
Monday morning to drive his brother's
Mr. and Mrs. Rossing were called
upon the evening of their wedding
by the Baldwin band, and they report
Mr and Mrs. F. Weeks spent Sun
day in Cambridge.
Agnes Hanson went to town Mon
day to work for Mrs. Holm.
Agnes Hanson and Ella Hendrick
son called on Gladys strong Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Webb and son, Dal
ton, visited with the Robinson family
Mabel Engstrom called on Ella Hen
drickson Saturday evening.
Agnes Hanson visited Emma Berg
Mr and Mrs. 0. Strong and family
and Mr and Mrs. Otto Engstrom and
family visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Weeks and family Sunday.
Mrs. Hanson called on Mrs. Strong
Mr and Mrs G. Roadstrom and
baby, and Harry Wyman, spent Sun
afternoon at Martin Wicklund's
some fine music rendered, after which
refreshments were passed around.
Walter and Charlie Johnson and
Burlie Campbell were callers at the
Durbin home Sunday.
Campbell still has that good cow for
Now the Baldwin boys are begin
ning to run out their touring cars, pre
paratory to giving the girls some
The water has been over nearly all
the grades unless there was a good
outlet for it. The culverts were near
ly all full of ice.
Miss Rose Mulrean left for her home
in the cities Saturday, where she will
spend her week vacation. JV
Miss Lena Gau accompanied by her
brother arrived here Wednesday ev
ening and they spent the rest of the
week at Fred Kuhn's. They left for
Washington, Monday morn
Miss Marie Christianson spent Wed
nesday evening with friends here.
Mrs. Wm. Greenwood is the mother
of a baby girl. It was born Sunday,
April 2. ^ou ought to see Bill smile!
Stella Greenwood is at home during
Misses Hattie Young, Ella Gorder,
Martha Young and Adeline Nygren
spent Sunday at Long Siding.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bergeron and child
ren left for Redchff, Canada, Tuesday
morning, where they will remain dur
ing the summer.
Miss Alma Olson spent Thursday ?n
Quite a number from here attended
Minstrespendin show at the
Armory in Princeton last Thursday ev
iek with her parentsg incGermanv. I week
Mrs. Mossman and little daughter
came up on the train Saturday night
to spend Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
Mr. Stewart of Minneapolis came
up last week for a few days' visit with
his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pet
Ethel Teutz, who is attending high
school at Milaca, came down Satu^dpy
morning to visit her parents.
B. Nelson of Greenbush has bought
the hardware store of Lewis Peterson
Miss Anna Benson, who is teaching
in district 9, went to the cities Mon
day to take up a short course at the
Mrs. O. L. Bye and Mrs. L. Larson
visited in Princeton on Tuesday.
Mrs. O. L. Bye, who was operate 1
on a few weeks ago, is improving, but
is not as well as we would like to sea
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Nelson of Green
bush visited at Larson's one day last
Wonder who Will Hatch is? Ws
would like to see him up tnis way, and
also the quail would like to see him.
On acount of high water the last
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1916
Avery's Entire Stock of Fine Clothing and Furnishings
This is a sure-fire Closing Out Sale, and will be to your advantage to get busy RIGHT
AWAY, and get what the family needs for a year. YOU WILL SAVE BIG MONEY!
week or so Otto Pulsfus has- been a
"going some" to keep the roads in
sh^pe for travel.
Lewis Peterson of Milaca transacted
business here Monday with Henry U^-
Tom Selverson, who has been em
ployed by Henry Uglem for about two
years, is to be employed by Adolph
Herman Leonard has returned to
Belmond, Iowa, after spending the
past week at the parental home.
Miss Giles returned to Princeton
Saturday evening, having spent the
past two weeks nursing Clarence and
Emm 0 wh
The Building has been rented to J. A. Nyberg, to take possession Ma 1, and we must 1
POSITIVELY CLEAN UP BEFORE THAT TIME!
Th Clothin Sous
Visitors at James Iliff's Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Will Swanson and fam
ily and Mrs. Pratt of Zimmerman.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Schumaker and fam
ily spent Sunday afternon at George
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hoglund and son,
also a nephew are back from Proctor..
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brown arrived
Thursday night from Montana. They
will reside here for the present.
Wm. Truax and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Nels Tufte and family spent Sunday
at Jno. Gramhill's.
John Tufte is here from Duluth to
spend a week with relatives and
G. T. James sawed wood for Leon
ard & Haase Monday.
Mabel and Elmer Gramhill spent
Sunday evening at O. T. Oscarson's.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohoes enter
Leonard an family and
Estella Schumaker to supper Thursday
Bob Wallace and Eva Swanson were
this callers in thi neighborhood Sunday
Eleven boys and girls, pupils of dis
tricts 7 and 26, boarded the train hers
Monday for St. Paul, to attend tha
Farmers' short course.
A bouncing baby boy arrived at the
John Hubers home on Monday.
Mr. Michaelson of Milaca came down
Monday to plaster Jake Pluimer's res
idence and build the chimney.
Herman Lankheet was a Princeton
visitor last Saturday.
The creamery shipped 59 tubs of
butter this week.
Peter Pluimer went to Princeton thi
latter part of last week to secure tne
services of a surveyor. He will have
twelve lots surveyed out of his land
lying just east of the Christian school
Fenallo Bros, have purchased a full
blooded Durham bull of Mr. Kewitsch
of Le Sueur. The animal arrived here
D. J* Fouquette spent Sunday with
relatives in Foley.
Eugene Axell and Bert Starkenberg
returned from Cleveland, Ohio, Mon
day evening. They saw many new
sights and enjoyed the trip very much.
They consider themselves lucky in that
they were one hour ahead of the big
railroad wreck near Cleveland.
Nick Johnson has resigned his posi
tion at J. A. Jetsinga's and Peter
Schmitt has taken his place.
a Short Time Left to Close Out
DR. LAWRENCE M. ISGRIGG
Has permanently located in
Princeton for the purpose
$ A System of Drugless Healing.
Dr. Isrigg, honestly and truly
performs service of great value
to persons who are afflicted with
disease. He has often revived
the flickering spark of life in
j- bodies on the very verge of the
grave and restored to health
& men and women given up to die
$ by some of the ablest Physicians
and Surgeons of the day. He
has builded his reputation upon
the cures of "hopeless cases" and
upon the success of this method
(the famous Weltmer treat
ment) rests its undisputed right
to the title of the GREATEST
SYSTEM OF DRUGLESS
HEALING in existence. If you $
have Stomach, Liver or Kidney i~.
?$ trouble, Rheumatism, Constipa-
3? tion, Paralysis, Consumption or JjjJ
i Female trouble, Diseases of the 11
J| Eye, Epilepsy, Asthma, Cancer, V?
Eczema or Nervousness, in fact
most any chronic disease.
DON'T DESPAIRYOU t\
Dr. Isgrigg can be consulted in
your home free of charge or any
time at Riverside Hotel where he
now has his office and will have ii
until he can secure suitable
rooms up town.
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To Rid Child of Worms.
Don't scold the fretful, nervous
child. Often its due to worms. Get
rid of these by giving one-half to one
lozenge Kickapoo Worm Killer, a lax
ative worm candy. Give only plain
nourishing food, lots of out-door exer
cise and put to bed early. Watch
stools and continue giving Kickapoo
Worm Lozenges, they will positively
remove the worms. 25c. at druggists.
This is the same Overlandwith improvements
that last season sold for $750. The price is $55 less.
It is the most popular Overland ever built.
Already there is an enormous demand for this car.
More than 60,000 of this model have been sold and
The price will never be lower, for the cost of all
materials is rising.
So order your car now, to be sure of getting, it
En bloc 3S horsepower motor
Electric starting and lighting system
Electric control buttons on steering column
Four inch tires
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to Get Your Overland
Demountable rims, with one extra
Deep divan upholsters
One man top top covet
Call, Telephone or Write for Demonstration
Dangers of Draft.
Drafts feel best when we are hot
and perspiring, just when they are
most dangerous, and the result is
Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles
or sometimes an attack of Rheuma
tism. In such cases apply Sloan's
Liniment. It stimulates circulation to
the sore and painful part. The blood
flows freely and in a short time the
stiffness and pain leaves. Those suf
fering from Neuralgia or Neuralgic
Headache will find one or two applica
tions of Sloan's Liniment will give
grateful relief. The agonizing pain
gives way to a tingling sensation of
comfort and warmth and quiet rest
and sleep is possible. Good for Neuri
tis too. Price 25c, at your druggist's.
J. A. SMITH, Agent
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(First Pub. March 30)
Citation for Hearing: on final Account and
ESTATE OF AUGUST KUHRKE.
State of Minnesota, County of Mille LacST"
In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of August
The State of Minnesota to the next of km
and all persons interested in the final account
and distribution of the estate of said dece
dent* The representative of the above named
decedent, having filed in this court her final
account of the administration of the estate of
said decedent, together with her petition pray
ing for the adjustment and allowance of said
final account and for distribution of the resi
due of said estate to the persons thereunto
Therefore, you, and each of you, are here
by cited and required to show cause, if any
you have, before this court at the probat
court rooms, in the court house, in the vi
lage of Princeton, in the county of Mille Lacs
State of Minnesota, on the 2 th" day of Apr
1916, at 10 o'clock a. m., why said petiti
should not be granted.
Witness the Judge of said court, and ih%
Seal of said court, this 29th day of March!.
1916. WM. V. SANFORD,
(Court Seal) Probate Judge.
Charles A. Dickey,
Attorney for Petitioner,