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J5he Farm Fireside,
Gleanings by Our Country i Correspondents SPENCER BROOK. TheKoa Neighbors initiated Jrour new members last Saturday night. A. G. Nichols celebrated his eighty fifth birthday Monday. He is quite feeble in health. A boy bab\ made its appearance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Messer last Tuesday the 7th. Some of the farmers ha\ commenced having, but the meadows are too ^et to do ery much et. The dry spell i^ impro\ing the crops and the faimei^ are vorkma double time to get the around cultivated. Theiec\"wasg Sunda- 1 a attendance out emn tgood hear the new min ister, the Re\ Gladden It I-, the in tentions for some time to ha\ di\ me ser\ice- in the e\ening. It A\ould be hard to sa\ where all the people came fiom to go to the circus, as it seemed as though theie Mas a con tinual sti earn of teams both going-and coming back. Still thei are so mam meet that saA the\ "nouldluue gone had the\ known it was good for anUhm that it v, ould seem as though nobod\ went after all. The base ball game of the season oc curred heie feunda\ when the Cam budge aggregation composed of North Branch, Punceton, and Cambridge's best came o\ ei to take the conceit out of the rurals of this tov, n. Indeed, to a lookei on theie seemed no chance at all foi our farmers, toi the\ do not get much chance to piactice but thej are a tough lot a\\a\ and can stand a good deal of pounding The Cambridge men we a a line looking set of athletes and ncie couiteous and gentlemanh thioughout the game. Ye editor of the Independent, umpired the same and JA good satisfaction to all Thei Mere one or two costh errors made, but on the whole the game was well placed on both sides Gi\uens le cei\ ed a cut on the nose fiom a glanced ball fiom the bat. while Babb got an eve-openei tningt get a foul. The attendance was not so large as expected owing to the caih houi in the da's.their A lart,e ciowdof rooters came along ith the Cambiidge club. The scoie stood n\e to three in the Brook's fa^or. No Pity Shown. "Foi years fate was aftei me contin uously"' wntes F. A Gullcdge, Ver bena. Ala I had a terrible case of piles causing 2 tumois When all failed Bucklen's Vrnica Sah cured me llqualh good for burns and all aches and pains. Onl\ 2 at C. A.celebrated Jack's drug store. BOGUS BROOK. S Iselson leturnedhom Jiochester Satuidav ni_h ]olh as c\ev The late uins i\ been piett\ hard on the spud, this vicinitj and themoisture biusaio geUiin, theie like the small kid to a encus Captain John-.on came home from the lake the othci da\ wheiehehad charge of the FiAe\ Bean Lumber (_o\ boat, the '"Queen Ann Miss Matie Newman who has been stationed at the telephone office at Rush Cit\. came ap horn the cities Saturday to \isit hei folks and old friends in Bo gus She will remain home a couple of months to rest up from hei hard la bor and inhale the refreshing bree/es of Bogus. We are all glad to 1m her ith again. Cholera Infantum. This has long been regarded as ot the most dangerous and fatal dis eases to which infants are sub]ect. It can be cuied, howe\er. when properh tieated. All that is necessar\ is to gn Chambei Iain's Colic. holera and Diarrhoea Remed\ and castor oil. as directed with each bottle, and a cure is certain. Foi sale b\ Princeton Drua Co. GLENDORADO. Gloria has vanished but Pocahantas has appeared from the past to enlighten the minds of the present generation. Halvor Anderson, who has been vis iting his parents here, returned to his home at Hannaford. N. D. He was ac companied by his sister, Miss Carrie Anderson, who will remain with her brother during the summer. Mrs. Charlie Peterson after a linger ing illness passed quietly away last Fri day Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church Sunday. The inter ment was at Glendorado cemetery. We all extend our s.\ mpathy to the bereaved relati\ es. POCAHANTAS. Night Was Her Terror. "I would cough nearly all night long,'" writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate of Alexandria, Indiana, ''and could hardlj get am sleep. I had consump tion so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood, but. when all other medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New DisCo^er\ wholh cured me and I gained 5b pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, la grippe. bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at C. A. Jack's drug store. VINELAND. onepoints The young ladies' socieU will meet at the parsonage next Saturday. Haying will be later than usual this summer as nearh all the meadows are flooded. The Ladies' Aid society will hold its monthh meeting at Mrs. B. Ingebregt son's. August 6. A large number of Glendorado people took the circus at Princeton. All report a good time. Miss Clara Kittleson has left for Or rock where she will conduct a Norwe gian school this summer. Mrs. Ingebregtsonand daughter Lola of Albert Lea are the guests of their brother, Mr. B. Ingebregtson, of this plac MiSa sie Wold who left for St.are Cloud1.- -aturda\ to attend the Nor- mal training school, came home again Tuesday. A class of eleven boys and fne girls will be confirmed at the Norwegian Lutheran church July 2(5. Re\. Lang seth officiating-. Rev. Lang-seth and wife are enter taining R.e\. Nuse and wife of Oak cit\ and Mrs. Langseth's mother, Mrs. Johnson of Beloit, Wis.' Yes, X-Ray, Starlight has faded. F. L. Daigle has returned from the twin cities. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Orton, a girl. Jul\ 1st. Wm. Wallace of Cove, returned last week from Pierz. Raspberries, blueberries and goose berries are plentiful. Mrs. John Orton of Edith is lsitmg her son. Clarence Orton. Anna Braford of Wig am Ba\ is is ltmg friends at Ymeland. Fred E\erett. who wassick Kathio hotel has left for hospital. Rena Albert and Le\ite Daigle ha\e left for Cass Lake v. ith the intentions of going into business. M. M. Williams and part\ of se\en after spending fne da,\s at Vineland ha^ returned to Little Falls. Mr. Landahl and family who have been camping at Vineland returned to home in Little Fails last eek. The stage between Vineland and Piei is alw a\ loaded with passengers. Another part\ was seen last Saturday coming to Vineland. Mr. and Mrs. Dew ell accompanied Mrs. Dew ell's sisters to Milaca and onFAl his leturn passed through Vineland with se\ eral head of cattle. Georse Orton and wife of Edith, the Fourth of JuB at Mid land and report the finest horse race the.\ ha^ seen in along time. (n of the hardest rams of the sea son occurred here TaesdaA night. The farmeis sureh cannot complain for some time on j'ecount ot the lack of at the a Brainerd The Little Falls Transcript sa\s: "Mr. Wilbam-. the writer, has just re turned from Mille Lacs where he went to again see the lake and the surround ing country and to examine the wagon road. The lake seemed more unpres si\ and beautiful than e\ er, and the bree/e coming o\ er it had a peculiar freshness and cooling effect that is er\ delightful these warm da\s. There are man} points or capes and some is lands that are swept h\ three-quarters of the winds that blow across the watei. We made our headquarters at Vineland, drhing in each direction along or near the shore, altogether about twenn miles, examining the and islands. The\ are ideal places for summer camps or residences. The fishing was aood. although this is not the best seasonone of the part} catching o\ era dozen large wall-e\ed pike after supper one e\ening. with a hook and line at one place.'* ''KATHIO." Princeton Drug Co Wi ll Buy I Back. You assume no risk when ou bm Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar rhoea Remed}. Princeton Drug Co. will refund our mone} if ou are notliminary$29,000,000consolidation satisfied after using it. It is e\er\- where admitted to be the most success ful remedj in use for bow el complaints and the only one that never fails. It is pleasant, safe and reliable. OPSTEAD. Ole Wallin is home after a few eeks' sta\ at Kimberh. The Ladies' Aid societj held a quilt ing bee at the home of Mrs. Peter Seh lin last Thursdays. Alec Gunter and wife and daughter, Alice, of Co\ are isiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Freer. Haj ing will commence in some parts of town this eek. The low meadows prett} wet et and hired help is scarce. O. C. Anderson came home from Still water last Saturday. He will remain one eek, then go back and stav until fall. There was an ice cream sociable at G. W. Freer's last Saturda} evening for the benefit of the Sw edish Baptist church. Ch er $15 was realized and a yery pleasant evening was spent. Mr. O. N. Haglund, general mer chant and postmaster of Eastw ood, was THE PBINCEfl OK tTITIOKr^HTTBSDAY, JTJLY iff 1903: amusing himself taking pictures of some of the homes around here last Saturday besides transacting other bus iness. ROUGH RIDER. Brutally Tortured. A case came to light that for persist ent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled. Joe Golobick of Colusa, Calif, writes, '"For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from rheu matism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known. I came across Electric Bitters and it's the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble. A few bottles of it com pletely relieved and cured me." Just as good for liver and kidney troubles and general debility. Only 50c. Sat sfaction guaranteed by C. A. Jack, druggist. Death of Philander Farrington. Philander P. Farrington, who has been in poor health for a long time died at his home last Sunday afternoon. The funeral was held at the house Tuesda} afternoon at two o'clock under the auspices of Wallace T. Rines Post, and the interment was at Oak Knoll. Philander P. Farrington was born at Ano^ er, Oxford count}, Maine, Febru ary 4th. 1S28. He mai^ned Malmda Orton Feb. 10th, 1865. Six children were born to them, four of whom are now lhing, two sons and two daught ers. Jennie M. the unmarried daughter has been an lm alid for the past two ears, and for the past ear has been unable tow alk. Mr. Farrington was a member of compan} C, First regiment Minnesota mounted rangers, and has been a resi dent of Mille Lacs county for the past fort}-se^ en \ears. IOIRTH O JUIA IINANCi^ Report l^xpenclitare of Tourth Julj 3Ionej. The general and finance committees of the Fourth of July celebration ha\ audited and paid all bills incuried on account of the celebration and the re port of the finance committee is as fol lows: Ca^h subscriptions Trom sale of piiwleges Total Total expense accounts Balauce HA 54V, 00 50 10'J 4b 32_ 0J ITEMIZED EXPEiSSE ACCOUNT. i 00 Impellal Tuo of Aciobats A LeDaie tiapeze peifoimei John Fox equilibust Negio Minstiels Raihoad tickets aciobats minstiels etc Boai at Commei cial Hotel Board at Kachbai restauiant i\ ei to Elk E er S Palmei for signs Bond team and diayage Da\is team and diayage ank 31 Maiden laboi and team i ens &. Kalihei teams parade Tom Scheen expenses to Minneanohs (_ A Jack meithandise E Andei son Kettelhodt 11 1) Bjeis N E Jesmei T) Giant Y\ Pieison A Dicker telepnone tolls Geo Wn^nt expiess and postage bherbmne Counn Stai-Xews advertis ing Isanti Count} i ess ad\eitism^ Milaca Times Cambiidge Independent E Jesm.fi hiewoiks Calej Haidwaie meiehandise E Jesmei hall lent Cora S Scheen meiehandise "SI Xachbai, laboi of men Princeton UMOIS ad\eitising printing Northeastern Telephone W Gecklei pig Toley Bean Lumbei lumbei E A Xelson posting bills HanvTjlei andbeienus Skahen post ing bills IT Geeseman & Muiph\ posteis 00 Peterson &, Nelson piize parade 10 CO V\ saussei 00 Guj Farnham 00 Emmet Alaik fat mans lace 3 00 Johnson 2 00 W McFailand foot lace 4 0 Ralph Pierson 2r 00 S) 00 43 00 is to 9 _'5 i 00 10 00 10 00 50 JO 00 1 00 2) oo i moo 1'. to 10 0 00 O btembach bojs race 3 00 Jaj Beig 00 Eddie Buggs i 00 Chas Shaw egg lace 3 GO Jay Berg oo Cljde Cra\ens 1 (.0 Willie Roos gi eased pole 5 00 Skahen, miscellaneous items oo N Smith, express 93 Total j-Li'H 4-5 There is a balance of $22.02 on hand and the committee has decided to gi\ the band this unexpended balance. which is the proper thing to do. LARGE INTERESTS INVOLVED. Guast-Public Concerns in and Around Cincinnati to Be Consolidated. Philadelphia. July 15The Record says the United Gas Improvement company is about to take over a con trolling interest the Cincinnati Gas and Electric company. This deal in volves and is a step pre to the of all the quasi-public concerns in and around Cincinnati. Thp deal will be followed by the transfer of the Cincinnati Traction company, the Citizens' National bank and a newl organized trust company to the same interest, if not directly to the United Gas Improvement company HAS A NARROW ESCAPE. Wisconsin Man Nearly Roasted to Death in an Oven. Marinette, Wis July 15.Through the accidental closing of a sheetiron floor In a new coke oven, O. Chat field, who was inside the oven, nar rowly escaped being roasted to death With no one to help him, Mr Chat field realized that he must get out im mediately or he soon would be baked to a crisp With the aid of an iron bar he managed, after a superhuman effort, to lift the door about afoot and escaped His face and hands were badl} blistered from the intense heat. For a lazy liver try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They in "\igorate the liver, aid the digestion, regulate the bo^\ els and prevent bilious attacks. For sale by Princeton Drug Co. ___^ Tom Moore, Little Tom, Fontella and Henry Georg cigars. The best 5c cigars at LUDDEN'S STORE. 1 TR A/l Art 'C \cAYk fl cr SHOWS NO SIGNS OF FATIGUE. General Miles Makes Fast Time Horseback. on El Reno, Okla., July 15 Lieutenant General Nelson A Miles completed a horseback ride from Fort Sill, I. for Fort Reno, Okla, a distance of ninety miles, in nine hours and ten minutes The first thirty-seven miles was made in record time, the distance being coveted in two hours and twen ty-five minutes Upon completing the trip. General Miles showed no signs of fatigue, and forty minutes after his ar rival at Fort Reno reviewed the troops stationed at that point The ride was taken, it is said, to demonstrate that General Miles, at the age of retirement, is still a sturdy man. Take Notice. M\ wife, Mary Gelinas, having left m} bed and board without just provo cation or cause, I will not be responsi ble for an\ debts she may contract in the future. Louis GELINAS. Princeton, Minn., Jul\ 1, 1903. 29-3 Oln Barkei Take noti ce that the following described p^ece or parcel of land situate in tne countj of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota to-wit,- Lot six (6). in block nineteen (19), of the town site of Princeton, was, on the 1st day of May 1899, bid in for the State of State of Minnesota for the sum of se\enty-flye cents at a tax sale of lands held pursuant to a real estate tax judgment made and entered in the district court and for said countj on the S^tdayof March 1899 in proceedings to enforce the pay ment of taxes delinquent upon real estate or the year 189T for the said countj and on the 10th day of June. 1903, the county auditor of said county, by direction of the State auditor sold said land for the sum of $5 30, the amount due thereon That the amount required to re deem said land from said tax sale is the sum of 85 33wit interest on $5 30 at the rate of 13 per ce nt per annum from the date of this no tice together with the cos ts to accrue for the ser\ ice of this notice and that the time for the redemption of said land from said tax sale will expire sixty days after the service of this no tice and proof thereof has been filed in of fice Witness my hand and official seal this 26th day'of June, A 1903 E E WHITNEY County Auditor of Mille Lacs county, nne so ta [Official Seal.1 ^mf!tm!!?!!Tf!!f!?f!!f!?mmf?!mmf!?mf!?m!??mm!?!ff!m?!!f!!mtf?m!!!mmmmf!mm?m^ INTRODUCTORY ^-E have come here with the object in view that Princeton and vicinity should have another 3 lumber yard, and we have come to stay. We will always carrv on hand a good supply of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Lime, Cement, etc. 3 We will endeavor to please you with fair dealing and good lumber. When in need of 3 anything in our line give us a call. ~S ^uuuiauiitiuiiaaiaiuiiuiiuiiiaiiiuuiiiiiuiuiuuiuiiiiuiuaauiiiiitiiiiimiiiiiii^iiiiinnl Dealers in all kinds of Lumbe and Building' Material. We are stili making a specialty of Lumber and Buiiding HateriaJ of all kinds and have just received twenty car loads of the best grades which we bought right. We can put you up a house and furnish it com= plete ready for housekeeping. ius nav W 1T1CII & WlUlimig. Dress Shirts and everything in the Gent's Furnishing line. 79k Hig'Hest Price Paid for all Kinds of Farmers' Produce, Q^ COME AND SEE US AND WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. S csffiits We have tlie largest Storage Cap- acity on basis of sales of any Beer on the market Our beer is perfectly aged. Supplied by agents everywhere, or ^j* I THEO. HAMM BB'G CO., gt. Paul, Mina, Hotel Ikiimriji AJ SD FEED BARN. CRAVENS & KALIHER, Props. Princeton Minn. Single and Double Rigs at a rioments' Notice. Commercial Travelers' Trade a Specialty. NortK Star Lumber Co., 3 B. E. ZENKER, Manager. 3 & CO. I inery. 1 We have just added a stock of all the lat= est patterns and can suit you. I Do you want a 1 PIANO OR ORGAN? 1 We can sell vou one. Pe"ed a nice line of Hen's Clothing, Hats, Caps, 7 hi 4 (A f^O^^our Friends^ UNCLE SAM'S MONOGRAM WHISKEY The best is none loo good for a friend." ST PAUL & SCNS DISTILLERIES AT Jl EMINENCE.KY AND BALTIMORE MD FBANK PETERSON. N. NELSON PETERSON & NELSON, Blacksmiths and wagon makers. Wagons and Buggies manufactured and repaired. Satisfaction also guaranteed in all other lines of our business Shops next to Starch Factory, Princeton, Minn. S) M^iI.