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The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, February 03, 1921, Image 6

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Miss A. Matilda Neilson and
Ralph Iliff were married Monday after
noon at Princeton by Rev. Nobbs.
They were attended by Blanche Iliff,
sister of the groom, and Frank Kight.
This happy event unites two of our
highly esteemed young people. The
bride is the youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Neilson and has resided
here several years with her parents.
She is a young lady of pleasing per
sonality. The groom is the only son
of Mr. and Mrs. James Iliff and is a
worthy, reliable young man. The
young co'uple will remain at the home
of the groom's parents until spring,
when they will begin housekeeping. A
bounteous wedding supper was served
the immediate relatives of the con
tracting parties at the bride's home.
The congratulations of all their friends
are extended to the happy pair.
The Farmers' Shipping association
held its annual meeting last Thursday
for election of officers and other "busi
ness transactions.
Rev. Clark was in Minneapolis sev
eral days last week.
The county agent was up from Elk
River to attend the meeting of the
shipping association.
Mr. end Mrs. Paul Ryan and Law
rence Ryan of Minneapolis were Sun
day guests at the Alfred Brown home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hanson spent
Sunday Elk River.
John Hctnck of the Odegard garage
in Princeton was calling on his friends
hero the first of the week while en
joying a short vacation.
Rev. Clark autoed to Ronncby last
Thursday.
The Zimmerman Hardware company
has moved its furniture from upstairs
into the building adjoining the hard
ware, formerly used as a cream sta
tion.
Blanche Iliff was a Princeton visitor
on Thursday.
Mrs. Ed. Healy and Russell and Lu
cille Hcaly were up from Elk River to
attend the Social club meeting last
Wednesday evening.,
The M. E. Ladies' Aid will be en
tertained at the Ed. Martineau home
on Friday, February 4. Everybody
come.
J. Winton Peterson and George
Smythc were initiated into the second
degree of.the Masonic order in Prince
ton last Wednesday night. Those
from here who accompanied them were
Messrs. Hurtt, Nash, Ed. Smythe, Al.
Stimson and J. W. Jannusch of Li
vonia.
A most impressive sermon was de
livered by Rev. Clark on Sunday even
ing, every word of which was listened
to with appreciation. Mrs. Walker fa
vored the congregation with a beauti
ful solo.
You couldn't have had a better time
anywhere than at the Social clu'o meet
ing last Wednesday evening, when Mr.
and Mrs. Mode entertained at the Han
son home. After a short business
meeting, at which time it was decided
the club entertain itself at the next
regular meeting, and the following
committee was appointed on eats,
Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Walker and Lillian
Stendahl, with Mr. Pratt as general
helper, the evening's entertainment
was turned over to the program com
mittee consisting of Mrs. Micklcson
and Mrs. Pratt. Evidently from the
thorough success of the program the
committee had been busy at all hours.
Withal it was one of the best pro
grams prepared. A most elaborate
lunch was served at midnight, consist
ing of many varieties of extra good
things to eat. The members of the
Social club are always at hand when
the call for eats is heard. If the club
fines were imposed each time the
treasury fund would swell considera
bly. All are anticipating a wonderful
evening next time when the corner
store will be the center of operations.
I LIVONIA
Mrs. Geo. Cohocs and Mrs. Pearl
Smith of So. St. Paul were here sev
eral days recently to see their father,
J. C. Johnson, who i3 still quite sick.
Visitors entertained at J. D. Nelson's
on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Co
hoes and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Walker and family and Eva Carter of
Zimmerman.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosene and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brand and family
spent Sunday at Chas. Cohocs'.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Lemke were in
Princeton on Sunday to sec little Ar
nold Schlief, who is at the Northwes
tern hospital, having undergone an
operation.
Mr. *nd Mrs. Carl Brand and fam
ily motored to Cambridge on Fiiday,
leturnmg Saturday.
George and Eva James, Harry Bar
rett and Irma Abraham were over to
Big Lake on Sunday to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Johnson.
Dr. Parsons of Elk River was called
to see Mrs. I. E. W. Briggs on Sun
day.
Misses Florence and Beryl Fuller of
Nevis, who are attending college at
Northfield, spent several days at the
Jas. Iliff home recently.
Herman Leonard, Chas. Cohoes and
Jack Nelson were taken into the Odd
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Fellows lodge at Zimmerman on Tues
day night.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brand and
family of Spencer Brook were Sunday
guests at Chas. Swanson's.
A dance was given to a number of
friends and neighbors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. James on Satur
day night, and a fine time is reported.
Melvin Cheney was a caller at G. L.
Babcock's on Sunday.
Carl Brand and Jake Gramhill were
in Princeton on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Iliff and family
spent Sunday at Jas. Iliff's
1
EAST GLENDORADO
Miss Abbie Cook visited Miss Clara
Denison on Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Selander and daugh
ter, Mildred, Misses Agnes Bjurstrom,
Clara Denison, Abbie Cook and Marie
Nelson visited at the A. Bergman
home on Tuesday afternoon.
Those who spent Thursday evening
at the O. J. Almlie home were Abbie
Cook, Clara Denison, Mabellc ?nd El
mer Hanson, Marie and Paul Nelson,
Algot and Swen Anderson and Jim
Ford.
Miss Flossie Magnus was taken to
the Northwestern hospital Princeton
last week and underwent an opera
tion on Friday morning. She is get
ting along nicely, which all her friends
will be glad to hear.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shapansky, Eric
Olson and Mrs. O. J. Almlie made a
trip to Minneapolis on Saturday.
Alvin and Early Chavelier called on
Johnnie Almlie on Friday evening.
E. B. Bachelor left on Saturday for
Michigan to attend the funeral of his
brother-in-law.
Algot Anderson visited at the Geo.
Nelson home on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cook and family
made a trip to Milaca on Sunday even
ing.
Alvm and Early Chavelier called on
Clyde Stuart on Saturday evening.
O. J. Almlie spent Friday and Sat
urday in Milaca.
Miss Clara Denison and Marie and
Paul Nelson visited Miss Abbie Cook
on Sunday evening.
Elmer Hanson called on Swen An
derson on Sunday evening.
Edgar and Joseph Nelson called on
Roy Bachelor on Sunday evening.
Ethel, Ellen and Lillian Crook visit
ed their grandmother, Mrs. E. B.
Bachelor, on Saturday afternoon.
ISLE
Miss Leah Pyle left on Tuesday
morning for Davenport, Iowa.
Mrj. John Haggberg returned home
from St. Cloud last Monday evening.
Mrs. Sigurd Johnson entertained the
Bethany Ladies' Aid society at the
chapel on Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Cleo Monson was an Onamia
caller last Saturday.
Mrs. John Haggberg will entertain
the Isle Civic club on Wednesday af
ternoon, February 9. New officers will
be elected at this meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Caswell visited
at H. J. Schmidt's on Sunday after
noon.
Manny Mattson was a Wehkon visi
tor on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlenter left on
Monday morning for Fargo, where
they expect to spend a month visiting
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Den McCleod and fam
ily were pleasantly surprised last Sat
urday evening by the Garfield party
goers. All report a fine time.
The dance at Haggberg's last Sat
urday evening was very well attended.
Mrs. Den Elgren entertained the
Lutheran Ladies' Aid society on Thurs
day afternoon.
Gene Freer was down from Redtop
on Saturday evening.
OXBOW
Carl and Oscar Larson, Mannie and
Ella Whitcomb and Geraldine Annis
WYANETT
Miss Alice Crist visited Miss Au
gusta Anderson last Saturday.
Miss Ethel Weeks returned to
Princeton on Thursday evening, after
spending a few days with her sister,
Mrs. Otto Manke, at Chisago City.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Lind and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson
and daughter and George Ericson were
Sunday visitors at Lewis Thompson's.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Crist and family
called at O. Strong's last Friday even
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Holmar Peterson from
Minneapolis are visiting at L. N.
Berg's this week.
The Baptist Ladies' Aid society met
at Mattus Olson's last Wednesday.
Mfs. Ole Crist and daughter, Alice,
and Miss Augusta Anderson motored
to Cambridge last Thursday.
The Free Mission Ladies' Aid so
ciety will meet at Axel Bergstrom's
next Wednesday.
Pete Andman visited et O. Strong's
last Sunday.
Mrs. Fritz Carlson called at Otto
Engstrom's last Tuesday afternoon.
GLENDORADO & SANTIAGO
Jacob Knutson has returned to
Omaha, after a week's visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Knutson.
Grandma Stowe is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. C. B. Dahl.
Mrs. Richard Aleckson, who sus
tained a broken limb a while ago, is
recovering.
Abraham Jensen, while sawing wood
last week, injured his hand on the saw.
Mrs. G. Holter entertains the Glen
dorado Lutheran Aid society this week
and Mrs. Aleck Anderson the Santiago
Aid.
Mrs. John Carlson will entertain the
Missionary Aid on Thursday, February
10.
William Johnson of Greenbush is
laid up with a broken limb, a log
falling on it while working in the
woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson are
rejoicing over the birth of a baby
daughtor.
Porter Olson has returned from Mil
aca, where he was employed.
The many friends of Mrs. H. Nelson
Evens Hdwe. Co.,
of Princeton, sayi
De Laval cream make*
the best butter
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seVortettbiitter4tloaeieuBciy.
Ae valueof your cream depend*largely
oa the bad of butler it wau make.
It it easy to prove that De Laval
cream makes better butter. Every fiat
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las gone to butter made by Ds Laval
users, or from gathered cream largely
De Laval-separated.
The De Laval Separator more san
ttary tU bowl runs atlower speed and
denvcrsthebutter-fatglobules unbroken.
Itss usedin practically all of theworld's
creameries.becswejtgives notonlymore
cream but better cream as wefl. And
the factthattheDe Laval runs at lower
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nor by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Heruth.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Betzler and Agnes
Wilhelm were callers at A. Betzler's
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heruth and fam
ily and Mrs. B. Reiman spent Sundry
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John
Vernon and family at Brickton.
Mrs. B. Wilhelm and children were
supper guests at Wm. Bornholdt's on
Friday evening.
Miss Myrtle Griep of Princeton is
her spending a few days visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Heruth.
Mi*, and Mrs. Guy Jensen, Ed. Lind
strom and Clem Seifert called at Rei
man's on Sunday evening,
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1921
are sorry to hear she is still very ill
and confined to her bed. Some time
ago Grandma Nelson fell on the ce
ment porch and fractured her hip and
arm.
GREENBUSH
visited at John Gates last Thursday hart, were entertained at Sunday din-
evening.
Dorothy Gates called on Geraldine
Annis on Tuesday evening.
On Friday evening there was a par
ty at John Balfanz'. Everybody had
a fine time.
VLula Hall returned home on Satur
day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gates visited at
C. Borcher's on Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Radeke visited
at the Whitcomb home on Sunday.
Mrs. Jessie Steeves visited
mother last week.
Mrs. Tomlinson visited Mrs. Arthur
Steeves on Saturday.
Ed. Hall motored to Princeton on
Sunday with his daughter.
An oyster supper was given at the'
John Gates home on Friday evening,
when the neighbors helped Mr. Gates
celebrate his sixty-first birthday an
niversrry.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Beto and Mr.
and Mrs. O. Reiman and son, Bern-
Anna Reiman spent Sunday aftejf
noon with Anna Bauman.
Mrs. Aug. Bruman, Margaret Wil
helm and Alice Reiman spent Sunday
afternoon at Aug. Corde's.
The dance given at Theo. Foster's
last Friday evening was well attend
ed.
1 Gray Maie, 10 years old, wt. 1400
1 Gray Mare, 3 years old, wt. 1400
1 Black Mare, 14 years old, wt. 1200
1 Bay Mare, 15 years old, wt 1200
1 Cow, fresh soon
3 Cows, fresh later
1 Steer, 1 Heifer
About 240 Chickens, part of which
are purebred Leghorns
1 New Acme Binder
1 Van Brunt Drill, 12 disc
1 Wagon with 50-bus. box spreader
1 DeeVing Hay Rake
1 Deering Mower
1 Sulky Plow
I Riding Cultivator
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The Following Property Will Then Be Offered For Sale:
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1 Walking Cultivator
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1 Two-Seated Buggy
1 Two-Horse, Disc
1 Three-Section Drag
1 Waterloo 2% H. P. Gas Engine
1 Elgin Six Touring Car in good
condition
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BLUE HlLL
Miss Marriage, teacher of the Camp
school, has closed her school for a
week on account of the illness of her
mother.
Several neighbors gathered at Jas.
Saxon's on Thursday evening. Cards
and music were enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dejarlais and chil
lre of Greenbush were Sunday visi
tors at the J. L. Payette home.
Alfred Erickson, jr., is at heme for
a few weeks.
On Friday evening a jolly crowd of
neighbors and young people were de
lightfully entertained at Clarence Tay
lor's. Lunch was served at midnight.
Vern Blair is recovering fast and is
expected home from the hospital this
THIS WILL ASTONISH
PRINCETON PEOPLE
Auction Sale
The quick action of simple witch
hazel, camphor, hydrastis, etc., as
mixed in Lavoptik eye wash, will sur
prise Princeton people. One girl with
weak, strained eyes was helped by a
single application. Her mother could
hardly sow or read because of eye
pains. In one week she too was bene
fitted. We guarantee a small bottle of
Lavoptik to help any case of weak,
strained or inflrmed eyes. Aluminum
eye cup free. Princeton Drug Co. 1c
The undersigned will hold a public sal on his farm, known as the Pettr
Jensen farm, 4 miles southeast of Pease, on
Thursday, February lO
Commencing at 1 o'Clock P. M.
1 Cutter
1 Truck with box and seat
1 Grass Seeder
2 Gas" Barrels
1 Large Incubator
1 Corn Planter
1 Stubble Plow
1 Shoveling Board
1 Sled, 1 Hay Rack
1 Wheel Barrel
1 Wooden Pump
1 DeLoval Cream Separator, No. 15
1 Set Fly Nets
Some Millet Seed
1 Set Work Harness
1 Single Work Harness
1 Hog Crate
1 Emery Wheel
1 Oil Tank
1 Wet Sprayer
1 Vise, 1 Anvil
Forks, Shovels and many other arti
cles too numerous to mention.
Six Months Time on Good Bankable Paper.
PETER WASSENAAR, Owner
J. TOUSSAINT, Clerk SIMON HOITENGA, Auct.
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Black Silk Stove Polish
teftffrresit. Itdoosnot
di out, can be used to the
lifct drop liquid aid paE'e
one quc'ity, abao *efy no
wa^te, no dut oe dn Yo*
get your money's worth.
Black Silk
Stove Polish
is not only most economical, but "t gives abri'li
ant, sJky lustre that cannot be obtained ith any
other pol ah Slack SiU Stove i\ usti doc* not
rub off-it lasts four tunes as li ng as ord may
polishso it saves you time, v.ork and mot cy.
Don forestwhen yon
want stove polish, be sure to
ask for black Silk If it isn't
tin best stovepolisb you eer
usedyour ?ea.e will refund
your morey.
Black Silk Stove Polish
Works, Sterling, Illinois.
I B'rck Silk AirD-yinc
Iron Enamel in grates, reg
isters, pt pes, and autc-
m'-bi'e *ir' n3. Prevents
rusting Try it
Use Black Si Metal Pol
ish fars.jtye- ire.n --kei.tm-
vrare or brass. v-ika
quickly, easilj and leav-s a
brilliant Burface It h~3 no
eqjal fcr use o-i automobiles.
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Jamesway Barn Equipment
Highest Grade Barn Equipment in the World
Order Now for Spring and Summer Delivery
Sold and Installed, Complete With Concrete Work, by
L. E. BERGMAN, Princeton, Minn.
Contractor for Cement WorR of All Kinds
Let Me Figure With You for Concrete Silos and Barns
Put your money in a good house,
doubt thought more cr less about it.
that you look into it now.
C. A. Jack Drug Co., Druggist
AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION
Wednesday, February 9, 1921.
We will hold our first horse auction
for 1921 on Wednesday, February 9,
beginning at 1 p. m., and will hold reg
ular auctions every Wednesday there
after, and will have at these sales
horses of every kind and description^
including heavy draft horses, delivery
horses, farm mares and horses, mule|
and a large number of second hand
work horses, right out of work. Also
several carloads of milk cows. Don't
forget the date. Private sale daily.
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN,
Midway Horse Market, St. Paul.
BAIRD, Auctioneer.
Caley Lumber Co.
BENJ. SOULE, Manager
CITY MEAT MARKET
EDWARD BOEHM, Jr., Prop.
Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausage,
Poultry, Fish,Fine. Etc
Princeton. Minn
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