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Gleanings by Our Country
Doc North way left Tuesday for
Bemidii where he will visit his daugh
ter, Mrs. Alzade Youmans.
Rev. W. H. Orrock of Santiago
has been holding revival meetings in
school house No. 6 for a week and is
continuing them for another week.
Great interest has been shown by all.
The M. E. church of Greenbush was
well represented with two buggy loads
of young people at the M. E. church
of Estes Brook last Sunday after
noon. We all hope that they will pay
us another visit soon.
Mrs. Jennie Allen and son, Ray
Youmans, and sister, Mrs. Wea\er of
Hennmg, former residents of Milo, are
here visiting among relatives and
friends. Mrs. Allen says that they
expect to move to Idaho.
Miss Anna Bleed came up from
Minneapolis last week for a short
stay with her parents. Miss Bleed
was operated on for appendicitis a
few weeks ago. She will remain with
her parents until she will fully recover
from her illness.
A very pleasant surprise party was
given in honor of Wm Kennedy's and
daughter Leila's birthdays last Fri
day evening. Over forty were present,
and among them were Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Orton. Both were presented
with very nice and useful presents.
All report a very nice time.
Owing to very poor roads Rev.
Parkinson was very late to service
last Sunday afternoon. He also
preached at Oak Park Sunday fore
noon, but his congregation was wait
ing when he came. He should give
all credit to Mr. Rudisell for proposed
choir practice. Mr. Cole kindly beat
time for the new inexperienced organ
ist and singers.
Oliver Brunkow left Thursday for
Dubuque, Iowa, where the young gen
tleman expects to join the carpenters'
union andfithimself for a first class
carpenter. Mr. Brunkow is a very
popular young man and a very active
church worker in both German and
American churches. He has been
organist for the American M. E.
church for the past three years since
he moved here from Traverse county
with his parents. A farewell party
was given Monday evening in honor
of his departure. About thirty were
present. Mr. Brunkow will be missed
very much The best wishes of his
many friends go with him.
It will bring rich, red blood, firm
flesh and muscle. That's whatHollis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will do.
Taken this month, keeps jou well all
summer. 35 cents, Tea or Taplets
C. A. Jack
We haie to manage witnout Joe
Young while he does some mason
work for Mr. Hofflandei in district
Walter Seai ei and famili of Minne
apolis have moied onto the Thos.
Brown farm We aie glad to have
some new neighbors
The teacher in district 7 mopped the
school house floor Mondav afternoon
This properlv comes under the head
of "news" because she seldom does
anvthing of the kind.
A large delegation from Calesburg,
Illinois, appeared at the home of
Nels Herman last Sunday. Messrs.
A. Durbin and M. B. Mattson and
families were present also.
If jou were going to give up farm
ing to go into the circus business and
could invest in onh one animal to
begin with, would jou select a mink
in preference to an elephant or a
Strikes Hidden Rocks.
When your ship of health strikes
the hidden locks of consumption,
pneumonia, etc., jou are lost, if you
don't get help from Dr. King's New
Discoveiv for Consumption J. W.
McKinnon of Taladega Springs, Ala.,
writes: "I had been very ill with pneu
monia, under the care of two doctors,
bat was getting no better when I began
to take Dr. King's New Discovery.
The first dose gave relief, and one
bottle cured me." Sure cure for sore
throta, bronchitis, coughs and colds.
Guaranteed at C. A. Jack's drug
store, price 50c and $1.00. Trial
Listen to the merry wedding bells.
T. Keeler left for Elk River Mon
Cash Bursley is back from the
Godfrey Wicktor left for Elk River
Will Orrock is going to Montana
where he intends to take a claim.
The dance at A. Anderson's was
well attended and everybody reports
a fine time.
Miss Jennie Carlson left for Clear
Lake Monday where she intends to
work this summer.
A special town meeting is called at
John Aim's old house on April 6th to
determine whether the town shall
build a hall or not. and how to pro
vide money to build with and to select
and determine a site for said hall.
Guy Hollister fell down and run
over himself a while ago and he has
been confined to his bed the last week
with a sprained ankle.
The Santiago creamery seems to be
getting its share of the milk and
cream. They think it will be neces
sary to employ a helper this summer.
Arthur Goundry is back home from
the Northwestern hospital of Prince
ton where he has been sick with the
appendicitis for the past six weeks.
Glad to see you back home, Arthur.
It would have been incredible
brutality if Chas. Lemberger of
Syracuse, N. Y.. had not done the
best he could for his suffering son.
"My boy," he says, "cut a fearful
gash over his ej e, so I applied Buck
len's Arnica Salve, which quickly
healed it and saved his eye." Good
for burns and ulcers too. Only 25c
at C. A. Jack's drug store.
Dr. Swennes was seen in our midst
Miss Hulda Forslund has gone to
visit her father.
O. P. Oquist passed through Isle on
his way to Lawrence Saturday.
O. J. Bergman has commenced work
on his large new barn.
Eric Mattson from Malmo has
moved his family onto the E. P.
It is reported that Mrs. Charles Col
lett, formerly Miss Lucy Rich, intends
tb visit Isle this summer. We will,
indeed, give her a hearty welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. John Haggberg re
turned from St. Cloud Saturday.
They came up from Mora with Gust
Haggberg. then went on up to their
home Sunday evening.
Mrs. N. E. Sollen was called away
Wednesday by the sad news that her
mother was ill. Since then we have
leaned that her mother passed away
before she arrived. We wish to ex
tend our sympathy.
A family passed through Isle from
Malmo on their way to Minneapolis
Sundaj in a covered wagon. The
father had the misfortune to receive a
charge of shot in his arm last fall and
intended to have the shot extracted
svhile in the city.
Some of the farmers around here
have started seeding.
Mr. McDougall transacted business
at Minneapolis last week.
Robert Wishart has sold his farm
the town of Milo to Mr. McDonald
of Willmar. consideration $3,500.
Miss Anna Olson who has been stay
ing at Minneapolis since last fall re
turned to her home here Saturday
Olando Uglem, who has been stay
ing home with his folks since last fall,
left foi Madison, Minn., last Thurs
day wheie he will stay this summer.
Georce Christopherson of Minne
apolis and Severt Olson of Granite
Falls came up Saturdaj afternoon
and visited at Robert Christopher
son's over Sunday. Thev returned
to Minneapolis Monday morning.
A Cold in the Head
Is simplj a mild form of catarrh.
Use that which cleanses and heals the
diseased membrane. Bunsens Ca
tarrh Cure is the remedj. It cures
catarrh easily and pleasantlv, con
tains no mercury or other injurious
drug. It is quickly absorbed, gives
instant relief and opens and cleanses
the nasal passages. Regular size 50c.
Ask your druggist, C. A. Jack, for
free sample and pamphlet telling
Mr and Mrs. Winsor were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Har
Lew Saxon has returned from Gales
burg, Illinois, and expects to work his
farm this season
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Larson, Fred
and Blanche Harrington spent Sun
day at the home of S. Winsor's.
A party was given at the home of
Ed Saxon's Friday evening for Miss
Agnes Pherman who expects to return
home in a short time.
A jolly crowd gathered at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Annis Saturday
night. The evening was spent in
dancing and refreshments were served
at midnight. A swell time was re
ported by all.
Foley's Honey and Tar.
Cures coughs and colds.
Cures bronchitis and asthma.
Cures croup and whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial
Cures pneumonia and la grippe.
Sold by C. A. Jack.
T. H. Nichols was a caller at the
Miss Ena Smith came over from
Some of the roads are in wretched
condition for travel.
T. W. Goodwin went to Minneapolis
Monday on business.
Prince McKenny of Minneapolis
drove up last Friday and remained
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a day or two visiting his brother S.
The Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday
at the home of Mrs. Ambrose Babb.
Miss Anna Whiting is home on a
weeks vacation from her school labors.
The little child of Charles and Maud
Peterson is quite sick with pneumonia.
Jet Chapman and family talk of
moving into the Nichols house this
Rev. Gladden has been holding re
vival services in Bradford the past
Mrs. E. Nelson, wife of merchant
Nelson of Dalbo, spent a few days at
the Brook among her relatives.
Mrs. E. C. Thurber and daughter
went to St. Francis last Friday on a
visit to George Gilman's family.
Two or three fish nets were appro
priated by somebody the other night
at Blue lake and the owners are very
Charles Kinetz and wife of Spring
Vale are the happy possessors of a
brand new baby which was presented
to them last week.
Orin Thompson, Clyde Johnson and
Arthur Tompkins left Saturday for
Minneapolis from whence they will
proceed to Portland, Oregon, to work
for the fair managers.
Rev. Lundeen's family left this week
for Henning in Otter Tail county where
she will reside until the Rev. Lundeen
receives a regular appointment. For
the present he will act as traveling
missionary on the different circuits.
There is to be a dance at the hall
this week, Friday evening, the pro
ceeds to go to the benefit of Oscar
Lund, who has been on the sick list
the past winter. It is hoped there will
be a good attendance on the occasion.
Why Suffer With Eczema,
When you can be so easily cured.
Thousands have been cured with
Boro-Carbol Salve. One box relieves
and only costs 25c. It very seldom
requires more than four boxes to
effect a permanent cure. This won
derful ointment can be secured at C.
A. Jack's who will guarantee every
box. Try it and you will not be dis
Miss Minnie Swanson spent Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Liandstedt Sunday ed
at F. A. Erickson's.
Glen and Arnold Benson are visit
ing friends and relatives in Isanti.
Miss Elizabeth Belander of Isanti
is the guest of Mrs. Frank Benson.
Misses Mazie and Daisy Mott visit
ed with Miss Ruth Anderson of Tolin
Misses Gussie Crowe and Myra
Vickery of Tolin spent Saturday even
ing at Mott's.
Swan Swanson and Miss Minnie
Swanson spent Friday evening with E.
F. Findell's of Spring Vale.
Kidneys Cured Free
Any one suffering with kmdej or
bladder trouble can get absolutely
free, one full si/e box of DeBells Kid
ney Pills. These pills are for sale bv
C. A. Jack, and to introduce them the
manufacturers will accept this coupon
for full retail price in the purchase of
one box Cut out and send to C. W.
Beggs, Sons & Co., Chicago, 111.
Peter Sehlm made a trip to Mora,
also to Aitkin this week.
Miss Maggie Peterson and Marv
Erickson left for Duluth Monday.
Prof. Landstrom preached here last
Sunday. There was a good attend
Olie Wahlm. Carl Haglund and
John Storm left for British Columbia
last Monday to stay all summer.
Rockwell Rasmusson and Martin
Bendickson took the stage south Mon
day morning. Thev are going to the
southern part of the State.
More very positive railroad talk,
but it does not excite the people at Op
stead anj. Talk railroad and they
will smile and look as if they were
sorry for you if jou thought such
things. There will have to be some
thing doing before they believe any
If taken this month, keeps you well
all summer. It makes the little ones
eat. sleep and grow. A spring tonic
for the whole familj. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea
or Tablets. C. A. Jack.
DISTRICT NO. 50.
School in district No. 50 will com
mence next Monday.
Messrs. Lambert and Campbell were
guests at the Healy home last Sunday.
Mrs. Maggie Healy visited friends
in Princeton the fore part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loonej visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell
Fish nets have been discovered in
the brook again. Beware of the fel
low who has a fish spear.
Julius Egge left for his former home
in Calmar, Iowa, last Monday where
he expects to spend the summer.
John and Maggie Looney attended a
farewell party at the Galbraith home
in Blue Hill last Monday evening.
Mrs. Frank Lafavor, Clair and
Helen Peterson spent Sunday with the
A $1 bed spread
A 75c pair curtains,
We guarantee a 15c lace ft
Mark price per yard Q**
A good 20c embroidery,
2-c feocks, l2'/
10c bocks 5c
%W Exclusn agency for
McCall & patterns
former's brother, Jim Brown, and
Well novi what's up is something we
woulk like to know. James Franklin
is again a guest of relatives in
Jerry Healj and Sam Lambert will
gii a dance in the Baldwin hall Fri
day, April 7th. Who is going to have
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Pittslej shipped
their household goods to North
Dakota where they henceforth intend
making their home.
May and Maggie Looney's pleasant
faces were missed this last week. May
being at the Ames' home and Maggie
with relatives in Blue Hill.
Mrs. Anna Egge, Carrie, Julius
and Gertrude attended church
Livonia last Sunday and were the
guests at the Rossing and Borgen
MONEY to loan on improved
farms. Low rate of interest and easy
terms of payment. See me before
placing your loan.
ROBT. H. KINO,
Carew Block. Princeton. Minn.
I have milch cows for sale at rea
sonable prices and will buy or ex
change stock of all kinds at any time.
Henry Erickson, Cattle Buyer,
6-tf Princeton, Minn.
I have about fifty bushels of very
good White Cap Dent seed corn for
sale. A. Berry,
13-4t Route 4, Princeton.
Mark Horse Co.
Have always on hand from 200
300 head of good horses and mules.
Auction sales first Saturday in each
month and private sales daily. Bring
your horses to our sales and we will
sell them for you. Buy, sell or trade.
7-tf Mark Horse Co., Princeton.
Special Sale Day,
Saturday, April ist.
And we are prepared with great values in each department. We have con=
yinced you that we are the cheapest store in Princeton and we shall always
try to have good merchandise at lowest prices. Remember our guarantee
all goods warranted or money refunded. Always busy. Why? Because
we know how to buy goods. Look at our lowest prices that you cannot du=
plicate even in the twin cities:
Our Corset Department,
Her Ladyship Corsets. Every pair
warranted. $1 is the cheapest you
can buy them anywhere.
The American Girl Corset.
75c values. Mark's price,
J3TA $1 50 Corset Cover, a perfect beaut
A $12 Suit
A Covert Jacket Just
the thing for spring A
Our price f O
A $2 skirt lace or em
broider trimmed Per
fect beauty A A
Mark price 51O^
A $3 50 shirt A I A A
A$150 shirt en
We guarantee you a $5 00
skirt, made of best ma
terials in all
new shades, S2.98
&S~ E% pair warrant
ed or a new rai place
A 51 50 alue Qftf
Corset Co\ er
We guarantee you a
Mark price 48c 98c
Girls dresses, made of best ging
ham and chambray, A A,-,
a $2 50 value, our price, O 5f
A Lady 10c handkerchief, A
Mark price O*
A 15c stocking tkr
Our price 5f
A 15c child stocking, only 7c
A $3 50 lady mackin
tosh v.ithcape A A
Our price yligQ
A men mackintosh with
cape $3 value $ A A
Mark price $ 1 O f
A 75c lady belt, lA
Mark price O
6c calico all fast col
ors, Mark prine
10c Mercerized Gingham,
only 5 yards to each cus
tomer as long as it C1
lasts, Mark price 32*
50 dozen boys and girls
caps, 50c 1 alues Off*
Our price, fcl*'
Grecian Voile and Mohair Lustre,
and 50 more styles, all very latest
shades, and pretty, 25c I A
values, Mark's price, 1 0
LL Sheeting, per yard, 4i cts.
COFFEE AM) TEA DEPARTMENTWe have a coffee and tea de
partment and our stock of coffee and tea will be sola at wholesale price
We will sell you a 5-B") water or milk pail of coffee for 08c which
we guarantee 35c alue per it home use it once or twice and
if same is not satisfactoiy bung it back and get i our monei A Taia
and Mocha coflea that ou can buy less than o0 to 35c our price 19 c.
Men's Pants. Men's Suits,
ZSr Nothing better in the
country for stile and quality
A S3 suit
A So suit
Ask to see oui S10 and $12
suits If you can duplicate
same for 31 or ls we wnl
me jou one free
2~ doz men diess shirts
75c values MaiK price
29c 25c Suspenders 15c
uSf^Our trunks and \alises
must be closed out regardless
Mark's GreatBargain Store
Russian revolutionists are busy
disseminating these proverbs of their
A czar's crown does not prevent a
Even the czar cannot blow out the
The czar's hand has onh five fin
gers, like other people's.
A fat czar weighs no heai ler on the
shoulders of death than a thin pauper.
A czar's tear costs the country many
When the czar dies, no peasant can
be found desirous of changing places
If the czar gi\ es us an egg he robs
us of a hen.
Russia is great, and the czar has a
Raw or Inflamed Lungs
Yield rapidly to the wonderful
curative and healing qualities of
Foley's Honey and Tar. It prevents
pneumonia and consumption from a
hard cold settled on the lungs. "My
daughter had a terrible cold which
settled on her lungs," says N. Jack
son of Danville, 111., "We tried a
great many remedies without relief,
until we gave her Foley's Honey and
which cured her." Sold by C.
For SaleCheap for cash, house
and lot in Rossmere addition. En
quire of' G. R. Bates.
Why do you want to pay
$3 and $3.50 for Hats
when we can sell you the
same thing for $2.50 and
also as low as 48c.
Selzs shoes, 'TheRojal Blue you can
not get a better shoe for 85 A A A
Our price vOi40
Ask to see "The Legal Tender, and the
Optic, a dress shoe and a work-* I A
ing shoe $2 values, Mark price, 1 140
Ask to see the ladies shoe, Eamona a
$3 value and a nobby, semcable fr A A
shoe Our price W I f 0
A $1 50 Oxford lace or button fl Or*
Our price 5J v
Ask to see our girls 80c snoes
Don miss seeing our boys 98c shoes
&1 50 and 82 i alues AA
Our price 9 O
A S3 suit made of all latest
shades A i A A
MarU price $ I f O
S5 double breast- A A A A
edsuit our price, $iJO
Bovs bio overalls, sizes 4 to
\Z i5cialu.es itkn
Mark price I f
A 50c knee pant 95c
50c Suspenders 25c
15c Men Hemstitched
And get a
WantedAll the live poultry that I
can get. Highest cash prices.
E. E. Bigelow.