Newspaper Page Text
IW^ PAGE EIGHT
Put your Sunday dinner in a lunch
basket and go to the Farmers' club
picnic on Sunday, June 19, at Elk
Miss Agnes Bctzler of Greenbush,
Frank Miller, Mr. and Mrs. George
Brown and children and Mrs. John
Miller and children visited at Raymond
Saxon's on Sunday.
There will be a dance at Alex Blair's
barn on Wednesday evening, June 22.
Readers of the Blue Hill news
might ofttimes aid the correspondent
by sending her some of the news
about which it is difficult for her to
obtain definite information. Send
news to Mrs. J. L. Johnson by Tues
day evening so that it will be in the
Union the same week. Thank you.
Sunday school next Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock.
The many friends of Mrs. Conrad
Bender will ba grieved to hear of her
death last Thursday at the home of her
daughter, at Onamia. Although Mrs
Bender was in failing health for some
time she had been about as usual until
she passed away in a quiet, peaceful
sleep. Funeral services were held on
Monday cfternoon A s\ort time ago
passed away in a similar
way and much sympathy is extended
to those who mourn the loss of an
other deaf one.
The Ladies' Aid society of the San
tiago Lutheran church was enter
tained at fie rcmc of Mr. and Mrs.
'Alfred Wicktor last Thursday after
noon. The meeting was very well at
tended and a large number remained
or the evening when many of the
young people eamc. A short program
of vocal selections by Misses Agnes
and Grace Thompson antj Mary Mad
Bon and a reading by Mrs. Gujrud are
enjoyed by the crowd in the afte
ftoon. Mrs. Wicktor served a deli
cious luftch and a splendid collection
of $46.77 was taken up.
The Santiago Lutheran Ladies' Aid
will meet next time at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin George on July 7.
About forty well-loaded autoes
jnade up the first annual dairy tour
which was planned by the county
agents of Sherburne, Isanti, Hennepin
and Anoka counties last Thursday. It
was a decided success and much bene
fit was derived from those farmers
who specialize in the best thorough
bred stock. Guernsey, Jersey, and
Holstein herds with some of the high
est national records were seen on this
tour. Picnic lunches were' eaten on
the university farm crmpus, after
which several speeches ,were made.
Those who went from here were M.
N. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. John
son and Laura, Margaret and George
Johnson. Mr. Gamst went from San
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheen are the
proud parents of a big baby boy.
Mother and son are getting along
Miss M. Murray visited the first of
BEEP OUR SHIPS ON THE SBVEN SEAS |j
American ships, flying
the Stars and Stripes
will carry you and
your goods anywhere
Two and three generations
ago, the Stars and Stripe*
were all over the world.
Then they almost vanished
from the seven seas. But
today they are back again.
Big splendid steamers, Ameri
can owned and operated,carrying
passengers and goods, are crowd'
ing their way into all foreign
harbors with the Stars and
Stripes proudly fluttering from
American exporters, importers,
travelersall can help by ship
ping and sailing under the Stars
Operators of Passenger
Admiral Line, 17 State Street, New
Mataon Navigation Company, 26
So Gay Street, Baltimore,
Muiuon Steam Ship Line, 82 Beaver
Street, New York, N
New York and Porto Rico S. S. Co.,
11 Broadway, New York, N
Pacific Mail S S. Co., 45 Broadway,
New York, N Y.
U. S. Mail S. S Co, 45 Broadway,
New York, N Y.
Ward Line, (New York and Cuba Mail
S S Co) Foot of Wail Street,
New York, N
Free use of
Shipping Board films
Use of Shipping Board motion picture
films, four reels, free on request of any
mayor, pastor, postmasr-r, or organi
zation A great educational picture
of ships and the sea Write for inform
ation to Laue, Director Information
Bureau, Room 911, 1319 *F* Street,
N W Washington,
SHIPS FOR SALE
(7# Amtritmn cittnuu &>
Steel steamers, both oil aad Mai
burners. Also wood steamers, wood
halls aad ocean-foinf tags. Partaar
laformaiion obtained by request.
Forsailingso/j)a5$*jf*r and freight ships to all
parts of the world and all
any of the above lines or
the week with her sister, Mrs. Elmer
Mr. and Mrs. Hess of Stillwater vis
ited friends in this neighborhood last
Leven and Algot Anderson called on
Elmer Hanson on Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Almlie, Mr. and
Mrs. Hess and E. B. Bachelor* visited
at the C. Peterson home on Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson and
daughter called at the Almlie home
on Friday evening.
Those who visited at the Denison
home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Maggardans of Foley, Mr. and Mrs.
Gust Carlson, Mrs. Robert Aycrs and
daughter, Olive, and Miss Sophie
Miss Myrtle Almlie visited Josie An
derson on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Almlie attended the
dedication of the Lutheran church at
Milaca on Sunday.
Those who spent Sunday evening at
the Shapansky home were Mr. and
Mrs. J. Knutson and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Denison and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Almlie and family and Leven
and Algot Anderson.
Mrs. Sandquist visited Mrs. Joe
Shapansky on Monday.
Miss Hazel Wicklund of Minneap
olis is enjoying a few days' vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Geo. H. Deans and J. A. Lynch
motored to Minneapolis Monday on
Mrs. Andrew Speeder returned from
St. Louis on Saturday evening, where
she had been on business.
Mrs. Geo. Allen of St. Cloud arrived
here on Tuesday morning and will
visit her father, I. F. Callendar, in
Mra and Mrs. Warner Granlund and
Mr and Mrs. Harry McAlpine of
Bock visited at Andrew Olson's bri*
Mrs. Dagmar Carstens arrived home
from Fargo on Saturday, where she
has been teaching school.
Miss Florence Johnson of Granite
Ledge took the train here Saturday
for Glacier National park, where she
will be employed during the summer.
A. A. Koppes was a business caller
at St. Cloud Monday.
A fast game of ball was played here
Sunday between Foreston and Bock.
Foreston came out victorious in a score
of 3 to 1.
Miss Lillian Nelson, the creamery's
bookkeeper, has been on the sick list a
Mrs. J. R. Norgren went to Oak
Park on business Tuesday.
Mrs. Carrie Abbott took the train
for Oak Park on Tuesday morning,
where she will visit at the Walter
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lemay went to
Melrose on Saturday morning to at
tend the wedding of Leo Kennedy,
which occurred at that place Monday.
Henry Blair and son, Dewey, of
Salt Lake City, Utah, are visiting at
the A. F. Panchot home. Mr. Blair
is a brother of Mrs. Panchot.
Chas. Stearns made a business trip
to Foley on Monday.
Al. Appert of St. Cloud visited at
J. A. Lynch's over Sunday.
On Saturday evening, June 11, a
large crowd assembled to celebrate
the forty-second birthday of Rev.
Father Krai, pastor of St. Louis
church, the party being held on the
Neumann property in town. A large
program was arranged by the ladies
of the parish, which proved a grand
success. After the program a fine
'luncheon was served of which all par
took. Mr. Heisler of Milaca delivered
the opening address, which was very
good. A sum of*money was given to
Father Krai as a token of gratitude
for his services during the seven
years he has remained with the For
eston people. All departed at a late
hour wishing Father Krai many more
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pluimer and
family, Madge and Nick Van Slooten,
John Hanenberg, Mr. Me,dema and
John and Henry Hubers spent Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beste and Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Drabant attened a party
at Foreston Saturday evening.
John Kuperus, sr., was taken to the
Northwestern hospital in Princeton on
Sunday. He has blood poison in his
foot but at the present writing is do
ing very nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartelt and family at
tended the buttermakers' picnic of
district unit 24, which was held at Isle
on Sunday. The picnic was well at
tended. There were plenty of e?ts and
the outing was greatly enjoyed.
John Schutte and Ben Kiel have be
gun work on the new residence which
Mr. Orr is having* erected on his lot
near the blacksmith shop.
Hcz Straightiff assisted Mr. Orr
with his work in the blacksmith shop
last week. ^I^ri?"J^
S. DeBoer has moved to his new
home near the school house and Mr.
and Mrs. John Baas have moved into
the dwelling vacated by the DeBocrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jetsinga autocd
to Minneapolis on Wednesday.
Gradus Brink and Peter Kiel went to
Platte lake on Wednesday to fish.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Haggberg
attended lodge meeting at Isle on Fri
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Smith moved
back home on Saturday. They have
been living near the Haggberg saw
mill the past two months and furnished
board for the mill crew.
Bernard and Clarence Carlson of Isle
brought home their steam engine on
Friday. It will be used at the Van
Camp mill near the lake.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Haggberg and
son, Lester, went to Isle Wednesday,
returning on Friday.
Carl Larson and the Swedberg
brothers erected a garage the past
week. This building is badly needed
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1921
The ball game Sunday, played by
the home team and the road workers,
proved to be an easy victory fori the
home team. The score was 14 to 5.
Those from Isle who attended the
ball game Sunday were Miss Jessie
Haggberg, Herbert Nyquist, Rudolph
Haggberg, Guy and Bernard Carlson.
Oscar and Julius Haglund of Op
stead called at the C. P. Larson home
on Sunday evening.
Carl Larson, Dave and Reuben
Swedberg transacted business at Ait
kin on Monday.
Plan to attend the basket social at
the garage Saturday evening, June 18,
for the benefit of the baseball team.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Haggberg visit
ed at the C. P. Larson home Sunday
Clarence Swedberg was an Isle
caller Friday evening.
Rudolph Haggberg finished his job
of sawing at the Roseberg place on
Charles and Clarence Swedberg
transacted business at Isle Monday.
Roy Haggberg of Isle spent a few
days of this week at the home of his
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Smith and Mrs.
C. F. Haggberg were dinner guests at
the Thos. Vanada home Sunday.
Clarence Haggberg went to St.
Cloud on Saturday, returning on Mon
A Bad Man.
Mrs. GreenMy husband seems to
enjoy life thoroughly.
Mrs. WyseWhrt a lot of bad hab
jts he must have.Boston Transcript.
Announce a substantial
reduction in the price
of their cars, effective
Phone 303 Princeton, Minnesota
*We need more
THIS MAN DREADED
TO SEE NIGHT COME
Was So Restless He Couldn't Sleep
and Daylight Was Al
"With the exception of a little mil's
toast, which comprised my diet for
more than eight weeks, I could not
eat anything," scid Capt. Geo. W.
Womble, residing at 105 Jennings St.,
Knoxville, Tenn., a highly respected
citizen of that city.
*'I am now able," continued Captain
Womble, "after taking two bottles of
Tanlac, to eat practically anything. I
had a bad form of stomach and in
testinal trouble for a long time and
for months my condition had been
such that I suffered agony. I got so
I could not eot the simplest food. I
tried doctor after doctor and all kinds
of medicine but nothing that was
prescribed for me seemed to do me
A Reminder of the Past.
"You'll have to rewrite this sce
nario," said the movie producer. "You
make the leading character a wait
ress and our five-thousand-dollar-a-
week actress refuses to play."
"Why?" asked the playwright.
"She used to be one."Birmingham
The Farmers' Shipping association
will ship livestock on Monday, Jvne
20. Please list your stock as soon
Phone Hardware store 175 or resi
Farmers' Shipping Association,
6-tfc Max F. Gamradt, Mgr.
Sell your eggs to us for cash. Bring
or send them in two or three times a
We sell the
Security Calf Meal
Also Okay chick mash and egg mash.
Townsend Produce Co.
Phone 322 Princeton, Minn.
any good. I had a terrible pain in
my breast just over the heart and for
weeks and weeks I got no relief.
"I finally got so nervous that I ac
tually dreaded to see night come as
I could not sleep and was always so
restless that I would rejoice to see
daylight come. I was also constipated
all the time. In fact, life seemed a
burden and I was so miserable that
I was almost on the verge of despair.
Several of my neighbors told me
about Tanlac and advised me to try
"I am personally acquainted with
Mr. Dan M. Chambliss, of the firm of
Kuhlman & Chamblissv and when I
told him of my condition and how I
suffered he advised me to begin taking
Tanlac without delay and that it had
relieved hundreds of the best people
in Knoxville. I have now taken two
bottles of Tanlac and am giving you
this testimonial in the hope that it
may induce others to rake it. Since
taking this medicine I actually feel
like I had been made*all over again
with the youth, energy and ambition
of a sixteen year old boy."
Tanlac is sold by C. A. Jack Drug
Co., Princeton, Minn. 20-tfc
Dancing every Friday evening
and every Sunday evening
during the season
Dancing begins at 9 o'clock sharp
Friday evening, and at 8 o'clock
sharp Sunday evening.
All Cordially Invited
It's Always Good
Manufactured from homegrown wheat and is a
Also made from homegrown grains.
Buy homemade FJour and Feed.
Princeton Roller Mills
The Leader Meat Market
Cash and Carry Plan
Price, Quality and Service
Call and be convinced it pays to pay cash and
carry your goods.
Fat bacon 15c per pound
Cheese, 18c lb. by brick
Bring in your
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
For the season of 1921 will stand my
Pure Bred Percheron Stallion
Will be at Grow Bros, barn every Saturday, and
balance of the time at my farm one mile west of
Princeton on rock road
Salban is a dapple grey and will weigh 1900 lbs.
Has good bone and action. SireAlbum 46137
(64433). DamSadie 30978.
Terms$20 to insure living colt.
Phone 31F3 H. JL SMITH, Owner