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PEASE
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jetsinga were
Minneapolis shoppers Tuesday.
Albert" Nagel, who has been visit
ing friends in Fulton, 111., returned
to his home the latter part of the
week.
John M. Haven of Big Lake and
Austin B. Morse of Minneapolis were
visitors at the J. Toussaint home on
Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. Van de Lune were
Milaca shoppers Friday.
E. L. McMillan of Princeton was in
town Monday transacting business.
Miss Alice Brinks returned to Min
neapolis Monday to resume nursing,
after spending the week end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Brinks,
who reside south of town.
Frans Koen and Dick Groat, who
have been employed on farms here
for several months since arriving from
Holland, departed Tuesday morning
for Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jetsinga were
Milaca business callers Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Toussaint and sons
autoed to Ogilvie Saturday and were
visitors at the home of Mr. Toussaint's
mother, Mrs. P. Toussaint. On Sun
day, accompanied by several others,
they autoed to Henriette to visit an
aunt, Mrs. J. S. Olson, and family.
Tuesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Conger and son,
Clifford, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
Peterson and daughters, Iona and
Betty, autoed down from Ogilvie Sun
day and were pleasantly entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Jetsinga.
Don't forget the program and sale
to be"hcld Friday evening, October 21,
in Woodward Brook school house No.
12. The needlework, which is to be
donated 'by anyone who wishes to help,
will be auctioned off and a portion of
the proceeds used to aid the Christian
orphange at Council Bluffs, Iowa*
Those familiar with the great work
of caring for orphans, destitute chil
dren and old ladies being accomplished
by this institution know it is a worthy
cause, and no one need hesitate to
add their mite. The home at present
is in great need of financial aid with
winter near at hand, and many are the
poor and needy knocking at the door
for admittance. Come all rnd help us
do our utmost in this great work of
child saving.
H. Toussaint was a Milaca caller on
Tuesday.
A. Kanistra returned home Tuesday
from a pleasure trip to Prinsburg.
WAHKON
A. J. Wagner spent part of last
week in Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. BaDour went to
Minneapolis last Friday, returning on
Sunday.
F. F. Lenhart came up from Minne
apolis for a few days' stay at his
cottage.
Mrs. J. E. Ford of Onamia is visit
ing at Nels Johnson's.
Amos and Gust Kern were down
from Redtop Monday.
Mrs. H. B. Emmerson of Onamia
spent one day last week with Wahkon
friends.
Mrs. W. C. Gcrst of Hillman visited
at the Boynton home last week. Walt
came up Sunday and the family ac
companied him Home.
Marshal Halgren hurt his ankle
quite severely last Sunday when a
horse he was riding threw him.
Rev. Coates will come up from St.
Paul Saturday and occupy the pulpit
at the Presbyterian church on Sun
day.
Mr. Tremain of Deer River visited
the H. B. Reid home last week.
Lennie Stalker came home from
North Dakota last Friday.
Theo Bruett is having a house built
across the corner from the school
house. We understand that it will be
ready for occupancy by the first of
November.
There is talk of starting a chapter
of the Rebekoh lodge here.
Mr. and Mrs. Peary Eggert, who
formerly lived here, are the proud
parents of "a nine-pound boy.IA V-^
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Dann and son,
Eugene, went to Milaca Saturday, re
turning Monday.
MILO, ROUTE 1
Karl Soderquist arrived home last
Sunday from Dakota, where he has
been employed during the harvest.
Miss Maude AyeTs is assisting her
sister, Mrs. Carlock, at the restaurant
at Foreston.
Miss Inez Orton arrived here from
Ollie, Mont., two weeks ago and will
make an extended visit at the home of
her grandmother, Mrs. Robert Ayers.
The Milo Mutual Farmers' club met
at the school house on Friday evening,
October 14. It was decided hereafter
to hold meetings at the homes of the
members. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith
volunteered to entertain them at the
next meeting, which for several rea
sons it was decided to have on Mon
day evening, November 7. The chief
entertainment for the evening will be
card playing and prizes will be award
ed to the winners. Lunch will be
served as usual and each lady is asked
to bring cake. It is hoped that we
will be able to get most of our old
members, who have for some reason
deserted the club, back again.
George Lindquist is suffering with
an abscess on his arm and his sister,
Elvira, is confined to her bed with
ilness. Dr. Stocking is attending both
patients.
Arthur and Jakie Smith are here
from Albert Lea for a visit at the
home of their brother, John Smith.
Mrs. Charles McDonald was taken
to the Northwestern hospital at
Princeton on Monday, where she ex
pected to undergo an operation, but
for some reason the doctor decided to
wait awhile, and she returned home
the same day, although her health is
very poor, which her many friends
will regret to hear. Miss Bernice
Bemis is assisting with the housework
and Lester Deuel is helping Mr. Mc
Donald with his fall work.
Our schoolma'ams, the Misses Bar
haug and Lundberg, spent the week
end with Milaca relatives.
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LONG SIDING
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lipp were
Princeton callers on Tuesday after
noon.
The Coursolle children, who-have
had an attack of intestinal flu, are now
well again.
C. E. Webster sold a carload of po
tatoes to Mr. Scheen of Princeton last
week.
Mrs. Lipp entertained the ladies'
sewing circle on Wednesday after
noon.
Ira Smith spent a few days at La
Porte last week looking after his
farming interests. Albert Thornquist
kept the bank open during, his ab
sence.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. WeToster mo
tored to Minneapolis Wednesday to
take in the stock show. John Bisso
accompanied them
Mr. and Mrs. John Norman were
stock show visitors a couple of days
last week
Blanche Snow was operated on for
appendicitis at the Northwestern hos
pital on Friday and is getting along
nicely
Mrs. Louis Newton and daughter,
Bernice, spent Saturday afternoon at
the Lipp home.
Mrs. Gust Thornquist entertained a
number of friends on Sunday evening
in honor of Emelia Jopke, the occa
sion being her birthday. She was
presented with a work basket. The
evening was spent playing cards and
other games
GREENBUSH
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Burke and
daughters, Rosemary and Kathryn,
visited relatives here Sunday.
Mary Brollard of Minneapolis spent
the week end at her parents^ home.
Henry Miller has purchased a new
Ford truck. Watch out, girls.
Little Bernard Walker, who has
Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality
We state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester
field are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
Liegett & Myers Tobacco Co.
Chesterfiel
CIGARETTES
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccosblended
been seriously ill is .much improved at
the present writing 4 _\ r^C
Mrs. Nels Robideau visited Mrs.
Kopass Tuesday.
W. Thompson,-R. A. Ross and N,
Fradette are at Milaca this^week on
the jury.
Elmer Allison, James DeVine and
Will' Vance drove to Boscobel, Wis.,
for a week to visit relatives. Mr.
Allison came back on the train by way
of Mason City.
E. H. Robideau and L. Robideau
and family spent Sunday with rela
tives in Foreston.
Mrs. Emno of Waverly is visiting
her sister Mrs. N. Fradette.
Arrived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. N. H. Grow on Monday, a daugh
ter. '_-
Senator and Mrs. Hamer spent Sun
day at the L. H. Grow home.
Sylvia Pierson came up from Min
neapolis for Eileen Borchard's funeral
and spent a few days with Wilda
Shirkey.
Madames S. W. and C. A. Grow of
Princeton spent Tuesday at the J. H.
Grow home.
Those who were entertained at H.
Reiman's on Sunday afternoon and
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jen
sen and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mari
on Shrode and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
O. Reiman and family, Mrs. A. Betz
ler and daughter and Mrs. Wm. He
ruth and daughters.
Max Betzler, who is employed at
Minneapolis, is spending a few weeks'
vacation at his home.
Miss Anna Heruth is employed at
Wm. Hartman's for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ruchiff of Minne
apolis spent Sunday at Aug. Cordes'.
Mrs. Ruchiff was formerly Miss Lilly
Cordes.
Misses Edith and Esther Lindstrom
spent Sunday at Leander's.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Seifert and fam
ily spent Sunday with the latter's
parents.
DISTRICT THREE
Beulah Steeves is working at Fred
Hohen's home.
Mr. Pike has purchased a tractor.
Mr. Neumann has 'been shredding
corn for the farmers in this district
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoeft and family
visited at the Zeimer home, in Milaca,
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Steeves and
son visited with friends, at Mora, on
Sunday.
John Zimmerman is employed fj':
Gust Huhrke's.
ONAMIA
Many Onamia people took in the
dance at Vineland last Saturday.
Miss Gertrude Orton, accompanied
by Miss Bethel Warren, spent the
week end at the Orton home near
Vineland.
Olf Jones of Graham was a business
caller here Monday.
Mr. Gillispie of Renwick, Iowa, for
merly of Onamia^ has moved onto a
farm South Onamia.
Jake Girtz of Lastup was here on
business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boss of Minneap
olis passed through town on Sunday.
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Otton family near Vineland., N
The high school students, enjoyed a
Wiener roast at- the park Friday even
ing. -..._
George Prye and family of Excelsior
are spending a few days with Onamia
friends, "^.^r?' 'v"'f
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Bert Swank and Miss Hazel Bennett,
both of Onamia, -were married at Mil
aca last Saturday. They left for the
home of the groom's parents in Wis
consin, where they will remain for
some time.
THREE CORNERS
A surprise party was held on E.
Itodd Friday evening.
Mrs. E. Schaeffer is visiting in the
city fdr.a fewjdayss
Nelson King's folks have scarlet
fever all sick but Mr. King and Mar
ion. We hope they will be better soon.
Misses Laura, Ruby and Minnie We
lin spent Sunday with Freda Fischer.
J. Talberg was picking potatoes for
M. Ax recently.-'
John Neumann has been threshing
beans for A. Welin.
BLUE HILL-SANTIAGO
(Too late for last week.)
School reopened in district 53 on
Monday after a two-weeks' potato va
cation.
Mrs. E. Carpenter and Miss Vera
Sanborn spent Monday at the Sanborn
home in Baldwin.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Ross and family
moved to their new home near Zim
merman on Tuesday. We are sorry
to have these good people leave, but
wish them success in their new home.
Mrs. McKpwn of Farmington is a
guest of Mrs. Clarence Taylor.
A. G. Fagerberg and family are
moving to Princeton this week. They
are old residents here and will be
greatly missed by their many friends.
Best wishes go with them to their new
home.
The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs.
Henry Arnold on Wednesday, October
19. Everyone welcome.
Chas. Taylor of Big Lake visited
from Saturday 'evening until Sunday
evening at the home of his son, Clar-
1 Pair Work Horses, weight
about 2600
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
Riding Cultivator
2 Walking Cultivators
1 One-Horse Plow
1 14-inch Walking Plow
1 Harrow
1 Fanning Mill
1 Corn Sheller:
1 Garden Seeder and Cultivator
2 50-Gallon Oil Barrels
1 Set Platform Scales
1 Scoop Scales
ISet Sleds
1 Three-Gallon Potato Sprayer
1 20-Gallon Jar
1 Lawn Mower
Are Xou Uoind lo Build A
ence faylpj'. i.
Frit*,Andersoh was In St. Cloud tm
Friday and Saturday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Swearinger of
Big Lake spent Sunday at the for
mer's old home here.
-Claude Bragg has moved onto the
Guy Petti place, which he recently
rented.
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Claude and Amanda Bragge were
entertained at Sunday dinner at the
Sumser home.
BLUE HILL
Mr. and Mrs. N. Munch of Minne
apolis visited at the M. Kaliher home
ever Sunday.
The Ladies' Aid society of the San
tiago Norwegian Lutheran
Nsy 3cK\Tool fked Tower
Or Make Any Repairs
AboutThe Place?
If you are, remember this: We can save you money
on any amount of any kind of lumber or building
material. We have a complete assortment of the
best lumber, shingles, sash, doors, mouldings, inter
ior and exterior finish, lime, cement, plaster, in
short, everything that you're likely to need to build
with.
Caley Lumber Co.
BENJ. SOULE, Manager.
Auction Sale!
Having Sold My Place and About to Move Away, Will Sell My
Personal Property and Househol 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:
Nchurch will
have its annual bazaar and dinner in
the basement of the church on Satur
day evening, October 29. Every one
is cordially invited to come and get a
fine dinner for 25 cents.
Joe Gaustach of Minneapolis came
up Wednesday to visit old friends
here. Mr. Gaustach was employed for
several years by Chas. Reichert.
Warren Kisner returned last week
after a short business and pleasure
trip to his old home in Iowa.
The Union Sunday school will be
next Sunday morning at 10:30 as
usual at the church.
Mrs. Chisholm of Pine River and
Mrs. E. Yager of Milaca. came Satur
day to visit at Clarence Taylor's.
The Wiling Workers of the Santia
go Lutheran church will be enter
tained at Tellef Tellef son's on Satur
day, October 22.
Mrs. A. B. McKown, who was visit-
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DIAMOND BRAND PI^LS in RBD and,
GOLD metallic boxes, sealed with Blue
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Dranrlst stad ask for CIII-CHIS.TR
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twentr-lbe
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SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
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1 TRIED
2 Large Iron Kettles
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 Couch
1 Writing Desk
1 Phonograph, Record Cabinet
and Records
1 Sanitary Couch
1 Chiffionier
2 Stands
2 Dressers
1 Commode
1 Oil Stove With Oven
2 Kitchen Tables
1 Dining Table
1 Refrigerator
1 Kitchen Sink
Numerous Other Articles
USUAL TERMS OF SALE
H. J. LOWELL, Owner
-3 -V^ I T. J. KALIHER Auct.
i.ng at the Clarence Taylor home, went
to, Spencer Brook Saturday^ visit
friends the a few-day^Sifore re
turning home to Farmington.
The Union Sunday school will give
a "spooky" Hallowe'en parly- at J. L.
Johnson's Friday evening, October 28.
All members of the Sunday school are
invited.
To Whom It May Concern.
I will not be responsible for any
dents my son, Otto Dalchow, may con
tract.
42-3p Mrs. Minnie Dalchow.**
COT FLOWERS, PLAMTS, SEES
With a Reputation
Supplied to the Great Northwest
Duluth Floral Co., Dututh, Mind.
Extra Values in Emblems and Soravs
ForFunerate
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If You Want The Best go to
A. C. SMITH'S MEAT MARKET
Prime Meats of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest Market Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs
Main Street. Princeton
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Rum River Lumber Co.
LONG SIDING, MINN.
FOR
ALL KINDS OF
BUILDING MATERIAL
We also carry a high-grade line of Builders' and Shelf
Hardware, Paint, Oil and Grease. Also some cheap Paint.
Liberal terms to responsible parties.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Rum River Lumber Co.
JOHN BRUFLODT, Manager
The Leader Meat Market
Gash and Carry Plan
Price, Quality and Service
See our big stock.
Fancy baccn 25c lb.
Lard 15c lb.
Cheese 20c lb.
Highest market prices paid for
Veal, Cream.
Chickens, Eggs
and Produce
Bring in your hides and have them made into
robes, overcoats and leather.
CALVIN 0L50N
Princeton, Minn.
WeAre Equipped
To do repairing on all makes of cars.
First-class workmen and satisfaction
guaranteed.
Vulcanizing and tire repairing.
Prices reasonable.
North Side Auto Co.
PRESCOTT & JONES, Props.
Also Agents for Firestone Tires
9 B. P, A.IW^.
Dentist
Office in Odd Fellows Block
Princeton, Minnesota
DR. NEIL A. STACEY
Dentist
Over Jack's Drug Store. Phone 212
Princeton, Minnesota
ELVERO L. MCMILLAN
Lawyer
Office in Townsend Building
Princeton, Minnesota
W. C. DOANE
Lawyer
County Attorney. I. 0. O. F. Blk.
Princeton, Minnesota
EVAN H, PETERSON
Attorney
Office in Odd Fellows Block
Princeton, Minnesota
GEORGE PRENTICE ROSS
Undertaker and State Licensed
Embalmer
Disinfecting a Specialty. Phone 30
Princeton, Minnesota
Princeton Bakery
C. S. MORTON, Prop.
Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Etc.
Fresh Every Day.
Restaurant in Connection.
Try a Meal With Us.

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