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John Rensenbrink was a Monday
morning passenger to Anoka to con
sult Dr. Kline.
H. A. Hubers shipped stock to the
South St. Paul market Tuesday.
L. Beste left Monday for his future
home at West Union. MT. Beste has
acted in the capacity of G. N. agent
here the past year, *but resigned to
accept a similar position on the main
Garrett Alderink transacted busi
ness at the county seat Thursday.
Rev. and Mrs. Van de Lunne autoed
to Princeton on business one day last
Miss Cena Santema and sister, Mag
gie, were Princeton shoppers Monday.
A. Draband left Thursday morning
for Braceville, 111., to dispose of a car
load of potatoes which he raised and
shipped there for market.
Dr. Kling of Milaca was called Wed
nesday to attend Ralph Grovenveld,
who is ill with pneumonia, but who at
this writing is on the road to recovery
H. R. Brinks, who has also been ill
with pneumonia and under the care of
his daughter, Mrs. John Bans of Pease,
a graduate nurse of Hillcrest hospital,
Minneapolis, is much improved.
Mrs. J. Toussaint and son, Wayne,
were entertained at the home of Mrs*
Geo. W. Peterson of Ogilvie, Thurs
J. A. Jetsinga transacted business
in Milaca Wednesday.
H. A. Hubers and J. Toussaint were
Milaca business visitors Friday.
A daughter arrived Wednesday
morning to gladden the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Kingma. Since the hap
py event Mr. Kingma's happy smile
has outgrown its usual dimensions.
Mr. Rottenger, who acted as G. N.
relief agent here a few weeks this fall,
rteurned Monday to work in that ca
pacity again until a permanent agent
is assigned to this station. Nothing
would please our citizens better than
to have Mr. Rottenger appointed to
the position, as he has made many
friends here by his kind and obliging
H. Weyschede and son, Herman, of
Foreston started Tuesday to excavate
for the foundation for their new resi
dence to be erected this fall.
Geo. Alderink has rented his new
bungalow to Wm. Kolsteek, who
moved to his new location Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Robyn and daugh
ters, Theresa and Clara, of Ogilvie,
were visitors at the I. Ykema home
Tuesday, Mrs. Ykema is a niece of
Chas. Roach has moved into the
Starkey building on the corner of the
Al. Brandt is moving into the
Craig house vacated by Chas. Roach.
Fred Hermel arrived home from Da
kota last Monday and expects to move
his family to Waterville.
Al. Hawes was surprised last Fri
day evening, it being his 77th birth
day. He was presented with an all
wool sweater as a token of remem
brance from his friends and neigh
bors. The evening was spent in
games, after which a dainty lunch and
the birthday cake with its 77 candles
were served. All had a very pleasant
evening and hope to enjoy many hap
py returns of the clay with Mr. Hawes.
Fred Griffith made a business trip
to St. Cloud last week.
The chicken pie social held in the
basement last Wednesday was a grand
G. A. EATON, Clerk
was taken in
success?- A good sum
for the union aid/ ,Vv
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Brandt were Isle
callers last week. ,"Tw?^*-
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Freer visited the
Isle Harbor Farmers' club Thursday
of last week.
The young people had a party at E.
Corwin's last Friday night.
Mrs. A. Chatpman is on the sick
Marjorie Cleausen went to the city
to be fitted with glasses.
Mrs. Mabel Thompson and children
of New Richmond, Wis., is visiting
John Ronyak of Minneapolis was
looking over the country, with the in
tention of buying some land, on Sun
Olof Wasenius and wife passed
through town on their way to Vine
land last Wednesday.
Roy .Mott and Alice Goldsmith of
Wishek, N. D., are visiting the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Eller of Minneapolis,
with our local land agent, are look
ing over some lake shore property
this week with the intention of build
ing a summer hotel.
Banker Severson of Hillman trans
acted business in Onamia on Monday
The Ed. Moore, family have moved
into the Lars Erickson house in Erick
Jas. F. Warren made a business trip
to Milaca one day last week.
C. E. Gish made a business trip to
the cities on Thursday.
Mr. Olson, who has been working
at Hibbing this summer, is spending
a few days with his family here.
Miss Bessie Plof of Omaha visited
freinds here one day last week.
Fred Haggberg of Isle spent Wed
nesday evening with relatives here.
Anton Swedberg transacted busi
ness at Isle Monday.
John Haggberg of Isle spent Satur
day and Sunday with his son, Clar
Duck hunting seems to be the latest
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Haggberg and
son spent Sunday at the Alfred John
son home at Opstead.
Dr. Ostun of Minneapolis was here
on Saturday and Sunday.
C. F. Haggberg transacted business
at Isle on Monday.
Mr. Leander of Opstead spent Sun
day at the Jarnell home here.
Gust Anderson spent Sunday with
his family at Isle.
DISTRICT NO. 50
Mrs. Cline and son were visitors at
the Herb Campbell home Sunday.
John Rust and wife were in Wyanett
several days last week.
The Norberg family were visitors
at Mr. Norberg's brother's home near
Rush City on Sunday.
C. J. Anderson has been assisting
in conducting revival meetings at
Spencer Brook the past week.
Potato digging is about all done in
this part and the crop is poor enough
Elmer Anderson has his truck ready
Harry Lowell and son, Foster, were
callers at the Camp'oell- home Monday
James Franklin has about complet
ed his run in clover hulling. There is
Having Sold My Farm I Will Hoi a Public Auction on My Farm,
4/2 Miles Northeast of Princeton, in Section 24, on Wyanett
Monday, October 24
Beginning at 1 P. M. Sharp.
The Following Property Will Then be Offered for Sale:
1 Team of Bay Horses, wt. 1550
1 Team Gray Horses, wt. 1500
2 Good Cows, 1 fresh Jan. 1 and
one fresh later
1 Heifer, 10 months old
2 Good Heavy Wagons, boxes
2 Low Wagons and Racks
1 Osborne Binder
1 Deering Binder
2 Van Brunt Drills and grass
1 Two-Horse Corn Planter
2 Riding Cultivators
2 Walking Cultivators
2 Drags, good as new
1 Disk Harrow
2 Deering Mowers
2 Hay Rakes
2 Sets Bob Sleighs
2 Platform Scales
3 Walking Plows
1 Fanning Mill
1 Two-Horse Barrel Sprayer
1 B. B. B. Potato Sorter
2 Potato Scoops
1 Scoop Board
TERMSAll sums of $10.00 and under, cash on sums over
that amount 12 mnths time given on good bankable paper.
NO GOODS TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR
1 Sack Holder
2 Potato Hand Planters
1 Corn Hand Planter
Few Hay Forks and Hay Knife
1 Posthole Digger
1 Grain Scoop
1 Wagon Jack
25 Grain Sacks
2 Horse Blankets
1 25-Gal. Jar
2 Five-Gal. Milk Cans
1 30-Gal. Kerosene Tank
1 5-Gal. Gasoline Can
1 5-Gal. Oil Can
1 4-Quart Ice Cream Freezer
1 DeLaval Cream Separator
1 Waterloo Boy Gasoline Engine,
1 10-Inch Pulley
1 20-Inch Circular Saw
1 Pump Jack
1 Cook Stove
2 Sets Work Harness
12 Tons of Hay
4 Acres of Corn in Shocks
1 Set of Fly Nets
10 Acres of Rye Straw
And many other things too
numerous to mention.
C. BULLEIGH, Owner
T.J. KALIHER, Auct.
very little hulling to be done this fall,
the clover having been killed,out tne
past winter pretty badly.
District 50 has been having a'vaca
tion through potato digging season
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen, Mr. and
Mrs. Nels Jensen and Gladys Gustaf
son visited at L. D_ Bockoven's Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller visited
friends and relatives in this district
Eva Steeves visited friends at Mil
Henry Wige did Henry KunkePs
chores while Mr. and Mrs. Kunkel vis
ited at Glencoe last week.
We are sorry to hear that\Mrs.
Gust Dahlin and Willie King are on
the sick list but hope they will soon
Miss Freda Satterstrom is staying
with her sister, Mrs. Dahlin, during!
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wicklund and
children visited at E. Schaeffer's on
Everybody is digging potatoes
around here. Some are good and some
are bad, but the prices are worse.
Mr. and Mrs. John Satterstrom and
son, Will, took Mrs. Bergerson to
Minneapolis on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Dahlin and son,
Russell, spent Saturday evening at
Mr. Heitman built a chimney for
Glen Archer last week.
Elmer Siffing was in the hay loft
and couldn't get down, so called for
his wife to come and assist him. In
some way the fork stuck in her hand
so now she is suffering from poison
Reuben Erickson has been hauling
potatoes to town this week.
Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs. Lafe
Slaback spent Thursday with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bunsch came
home to spend a few days before they
go to Chicago. They expect to go
Mrs. Crist and Mrs. Martin Wick
lund entertained the Free Ladies' Aid
on Wednesday at the church.
Ship Your Potatoes by Truck.
People living in Minneapolis and St.
Paul can save money by purchasing
their potatoes in Princeton and having
them delivered at th/eir homes by
truck. Rates: Princeton to Minne
apolis, 35 cents per cwt to St. Paul,
50 cents. Ward Bros., Telephone 26,
Princeton, or Main 4637, Minneapolis.
NoticeThe interest of V. H. Ash
more in the Ward & Ashmore truck
transportation line has been pur
chased by D. J. Ward and will now
be run under the name of Ward
In order to win it is not necessary to send in a ___^_^
FiihBcriDtlon order. The nerson sending in the near
est correct list of objects in the Picture starting
with "P", will win first prize, second nearest wins
second prke, and so on down the list of 30 prizes.
If your answer is awarded first prize and you
have not sent in a subscription order you will win
$25- if you have sent in $5 for a 1-year subscrip
tion you will win S250 instead of $25 if you have
sent In $10 for two 1-year subscriptions you will
Win $1,000 instead of $25 If you havesent:t $20for
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Cow testing association .herds suffered
somewhat in August by reason of flies
and hot weather.^ However reports
of testers to University farm are of
a decidedly cheering nature. The
Blooming Prairie tester reports the.
highest producing cow for the month,
82.9 pounds of butterfat. A Blue
Earth association cow came nextPwith
77.3 pounds, and a Kellogg:Weaxer as
sociation cow was third, with 73.4
pounds. Fourth place was Won by a
Faribault association dairy queen, 70.3
The Northfield association showed
up strong?16- of its cows averaging 40
pounds or more of butterfat or 1,200
pounds of milk during the 3ft-day pe
riod. Thirteen cows in the Blooming
Prairie association made a similar
Tyler association members obtained
good results by giving extra feed to
dairy animals on pasture.
1 Pair Work Horses, weight
1 Set Work Harness
2 Sets of Buggy Harness
1 Top Buggy
1 Wagon and Box
1 Wagon and Flat Rack
1 Hay Rack
1 Single Wagon Complete
1 Mowing Machine
1 Hay Rake
1 Riding Cultivator
2 Walking Cultivators
1 One-Horse Plow
1 14-inch Walking Plow
1 Fanning Mill
1 Corn Shelter
1 Garden Seeder and Cultivator
2 50-Gallon Oil Barrels
1 Set Platform Scales
1 Scoop Scales
1 Set Sleds
1 Three-Gallon Potato Sprayer
1 20-GalIon Jar
1 Lawn Mower
WBSSEMfrt th* eiWULJf
USUAL TERMS OF SALE
H. J. LOWELL, Owner
G. A. EATAON, Clerk T. J. KALIHER, Auct.
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U. S. bond* and other U. S. Obliga-.
Banking house, furniture and fix
Other real estate 2.400.87
Due from other banks 3,054.23
Cosh on hand:
Total cash assets
Checks and cash items
Paid out for expenses in excess of
Total immediate liabilities 55.518.89
Time certificates 125,702.34
Having Sold My Place, and About to Move Away, Will Sell My
Personal Property and Household Goods, on My Farm, One Mile
East of Princeton, on
Friday, October 21
Beginning at 1 P. M. Sharp.
The Following Property Will Then be Offered for Sale:
2 Large Iron Kettles
Total deposits 181,221.23 181.221.23
State of Minnesota. County of Mille Lacsss.
We, J. A. Jorgensen, vice-president, and W.
Forks, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels
and many other small tools.
1 Diningroom Set
1 Bedroom Suit
3 Iron Beds
1 Library Table
1 Sewing Machine
3 Dining Chairs
3 Rocking Chairs
1 Writing Desk
1 Phonograph, Record Cabinet
1 Sanitary Couch
1 Oil Stove With Oven
2 Kitchen Tables
1 Dining Table
1 Kitchen Sink
Numerous Other Articles
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eaahier t (fee ___,
Capital stock 20.000.00
Notes rediscounted and bills paya
ble (including certificates for
Deposits subject to check.. 54,958.19
Cashier's check3 560.70
II. flnjlih, oiaak 1 tU
aftftriiiljf triM^io the beat^of our knowledge and belief.
J. A. JOROENSKN. Vice-President.
W. H. SUITO. Caahier.
Subscribed and .sworn to .Wore' BM tab
12fh day of October. 1821. *-J
(Sea)) E. JL. McMillan.
Notary Public. Mille Lacs Co.. Minn.
My commission- expires April 19, 1924.
J. A. JORGENSEN,
W. H. SMITH,
DOES IT PAY TO WORRY
Can appendicitis be guarded
against? Yes, by preventing intestinal
infection. The intestinal antiseptic,
Adler-i-ka, acts on both upper and
lower bowel removing all foul, decay
ing matter which might start infec
tion. Excellent*for gas on stomach or
chronic constipation. It- removes mat
ter which you never thought was in
your system and which nothing else
can dislodge. One man reports it is
unbelievable the awful impurities Ad
ler-i-ka brought out. Princeton Drug
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS, SEES
With a Reputation
Supplied to the Great Northwest
Duluth Floral Co., Duluth, Minn.
Extra Values in Emblems and Sprays
Crop Report From Itasca County.
That-the Itasca county potato crop
will be up to its usual good average
is apparent from reports that have
been coming in from the fields that
have been dug. Apparently the main
crop in the' heavy potato sections of
the county will average about 150
bushels to the acre.Grand Rapids
DR. D. A. McRAE
Office in Odd Fellows Block
DR. NEIL A. STACEY
Over Jack's Drug Store. Phone 212
ELVERO L. MCMILLAN
Office in Townsend Building
W. C. DOANE
County Attorney. I. 0. O. P.
If You Want The Best go to
Stop at our place
and unload your
We pay top prices always.
Townsend Produce Co.
Phone 322 Princeton, Minn.
The Leader Meat Market
Cash and Carry Plan
Price, Quality and Service
See our big stock.
Fancy baccn 25c lb.
To do repairing on all makes of cars.
First-class workmen and satisfaction
Vulcanizing and tire repairing.
North Side Auto Go,
PRESCOTT & JONES, Props.
Also Agents for Firestone Tires
EVAN H. PETERSON
Office in Odd Fellows Block
A. C. SMITH'S MEAT MARKET
GEORGE PRENTICE ROSS
Undertaker and State Licensed
Disinfecting a Specialty. Phone 30
Prime Meats of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest Market Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs
Main Street, Princeton
Highest market prices paid for
Bring in your hides and have them made into
robes, overcoats and leather.