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a 5fce Farm Fireside.: Gleanings by Our Country I Correspondents 5 ZIMMERMAN. R. E. Lynch spent Sunday in Min neapolis. Ed Foley is now kept busy attend ing to his livery and dray business. Arthur Arnett of Redfield, South Dakota, visited Harry English Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Parker drove to Princeton Tuesday and attended the Memorial day exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Harry English and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pratt spent Sun day visiting in Princeton. W. JR. Lovell again took part in the Memorial day exercises in Elk River. They always call for him and his fife. Harry English & Co. are building a new stone foundation and basement under their grain elevator near the depot. The new pathmaster has had the last half mile of the Princeton road approaching Zimmerman cleared, widened and ploughed. Presiding Elder Clemans held ser vices in the M. E. church Saturday night. Rev. Gladden preached in the same church Sunday night. C. E. Nickerson, Henry Swanson, Clarence Stillman, Mrs. H. J. Mick elson, Mrs. Harry Pratt and Miss Cora Hetrick spent Decoration day in Elk River. The Lake Freemont or Zimmerman base ball team played the Spencer Brook nine last Sunday on the lat ter's grounds. The visitors were de feated by a score of four to two. Among those who went to Spencer Brook Sunday to see the ball game were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foley, Mr. and Mrs. Violet, Mr. and Mrs. Par ker, Mr. and Mrs. Hurtt, G. N. Sfcen dahl and J. W. Mode, Merve Kilmar tin and Miss Cora Hetrick. What is Foley's Kidney Cure? Answer: vIt is made from a pre- scription of a leading Chicago physi cian, and one of the most eminent in the country. The ingredients are the purest that money can buy, and are scientifically combined to get their ut most value. C. A. Jack. BALDWIN. Chester Ames spent Sunday in St. Paul. J. C. Frost and G. A. Johnson each lost a horse last week. Fred Murphy has been doing some breaking for Mr. Jack Hurd. The strawberry beds are looking fine if Jack Frost just keeps away. Monroe Ames has been a little un der the weather since the last dance. Look out for the assessor this week if he hasn't already made you a \isit. Lew Pierson and family spent Sun day at Mr. Thompson's at the brook. Several teams drove by on their way to the lake Sunday, to try their luck at fishing. Geo. Townsend and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Richardson called at Fisk's Sunday afternoon. Rev. Swmnerton and wife from Princeton, made a few calls in the neighborhood Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Carrie Stone and daughter Jessie, also Mrs. Sidney Cravens and Mrs. Lambert from Princeton, were guests of Mrs. Murphy last week. Most of the farmers are planting potatoes, and if you wander around the back ay you will be apt to find many of the wives cutting potatoes. It is strange when young ladies are ready to go home that they go out and find that horses, carriage and even the drher have disappeared. Why not try a lantern perhaps you could see better. Don't let the children sufter. If they are fretful, peevish and cross, give them Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. The best baby tonic known. Strength and health follow its use. 35 cents. C. A. Jack. DISTRICT NO. 50. Mrs. Mike Looney has been on the sick list. Miss May Looney is visiting rela tives in Blue Hill. Miss Liz/ie Carmody Sundayed with Miss Mary Healy. Mrs. J. R. Edmunds has a friend from Big Lake visiting her. Mrs. A. Campbell spent the latter part of last week with relatives. Albert Olson spent Saturday and Sunday with the Borgen family. Miss Lillian Borgen of Livonia has been a guest at the Carl Olson home. Mrs. Frank Wallace and children spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. A. Heath. Misses Lena and Anna Pape visited former schoolmates in Baldwin last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A, Fullwiler spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell. Joseph Olson has joined the miliita in Princeton. Well now girls you just ought to see him in his uniform. Maggie Looney who has been stay- ing at the VanWormer home came home last Sunday. She took supper with Mrs. A. Heath. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell ac companied by their mother, Mrs. A. Campbell, visited the school in dis trict 50. Their visit was appreciated. Miss F. Lafavor and Miss Carrie Egge drove to Spencer Brook last Sunday and were the guests at the Babb home of that place. They also took in the ball game which caused an excitement and witnessed feelings that were expressed in different ways Although the Zimmerman boys did lose they nevertheless are all right Why suffer with spring tiredness, mean, cross feeling, no strength, no appetite? Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea will make you well and keep you well. 35 cents, tea or tablets. A. Jack. ISLE. E. M. Murray has returned to his home. Mrs. E. H. Lewis and Lottie spent Sunday at F. Broeker's. P. P. Haggberg has gone to Law rence to do some breaking for S Mattson. Mrs. E. Mattson and Mrs. N. Mon son spent Friday afternoon with Mrs John Carlson. Harry Forslund is now able to be around again, having been confined to his home for several weeks with la grip. Chas. Oquist spent Sunday at his home in Luleo. He is employed by the Mille Lacs Manufacturing Com pany. The telephone from Lawrence is now under construction and will be completed to Isle postoffice the last of this week. Albin Wicklander and O. A. Hagg berg went to Mora Saturday for the brand new planer recently purchased by John Haggberg. All were shocked last Saturday to hear of the sudden death of Chas. Luce of Lawrence caused by a runa way between Hedin and Hillman. Great sympathy is extended to the widow and children. Cleared for Action. When the body is cleared for action, by Dr. King's New Life Pills, you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes. the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind. Try them. At C. A. Jack's drug store, 25 cents. SANDY LAKE. Quite a number of visitors were here during the week. Mr. Grant says that some young men who were accompanied by ladies, visited him last Saturday and treated him in a very gentlemanly way. He would like to see them often. Although last Sunday was early in the season Mr. Grant's boats were kept busy and the numerous visitors all had an enjoyable time, rowing and fishing. Mrs. Cotton caught a pick erel which weighed nine pounds. A Lesson in Health. Healthy kidneys filter the impurities from the blood, and unless they do this good health is impossible. Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder diseases. It strengthens the whole system. C. A. Jack. A CL.OSE OBSERVER. Hopeful Harry Strikes a Tender Spot That Has Not Been Kept Shady Enough by The Farmer. Some of the wise men have prophe sied that maple sugar and syrup mak ing will soon become one of the lost arts of which future generations will know nothing except what thej read in history, but there is no danger of such a calamity as long as there is one sugar maple tree left in the land if the supply of brown sugar does not fail We usuallj see nice clean front yards in towns, but in the country among the farmers a front yard is sel dom seen, but N. G. Orton of Green bush is an exception to this rule for he has one of the neatest, most at tractive front ards that is to be found any where in the country. It must be a very pleasant place in which to take an hour of rest, the shade of the beautiful trees after dinner or at the close of a hard day's work. The skimming station on Estes Brook, that is operated in connection with the West Branch creamery, is do ing a good business and proves to be a profitable investment as an ad junct to the creamery. At first they ran only two days in a week but now they are running four days and soon expect to run six days a week. They are now receiving about 2,500 pounds a week of both milk and cream. At the creamery they make 500 pounds of butter a day. Last week they shipped 2,400 pounds of butter. Cows are in creasing in number and are of much better grade than they were at first. A creamery properly managed is a good thing for the farmers and the West Branch creamery is no exception to this rule. HOPEFUL HARRY. A Rural Route for Foreston. Sometime about December last M. E. Northway, who lives about four miles south of Foreston concluded that if any section of the country de served a rural mail route, the town of Milo did, and after trying in vain to induce some one to start out with a petition for one he took it himself and started out. His effort was successful beyond his expectations and 113 sign ers to the petition were secured. Last month an inspector arrived and looked over the proposed route and after a few changes recommended it to the de partment at Washington. The in spector said that the early inspection of this route was due to the snow blockade in the Dakotas, as work there was stopped and while the time was hanging heavily on his hands he concluded to run down here and do a little business. He informed Mr Northway that this route had more patrons than any he had inspected during the past three years. Besides the ones who signed the petition there are many people along the route who will be patrons of it. The trip will be twenty-five and a half miles long, starting from Foreston and running west to the John Kennedy farm, then south to the vicinity of the'cemetery, then west again and south to the county road, then east and south to the church in school district No. 4, then to the road leading from Prince ton to Foreston and up past the Mc Dougal farm to Foreston. The pat rons certainly have Mr. Northwa\ to thank for the accommodations this route will afford. It will be known as route one, from Foreston. Applica tions for carrier will be received at once, but it may be sixty or ninety days before mail is delivered on it A Building Without Wood. Two Baltimore architects have drawn the plans for a six-story build ing entirely without wood. The en tire structure will be of reinforced concrete and steel. Even the doors, trimmings, window sashes and door jams will be of metal. From the mod ern idea this will be a "perfect" building, just as golden grain belt beer is a "perfect" food drink. It contains the strength of purest barley malt and hops in a liquid form easy to digest. Order of your nearest dealer or be supplied by Henry Veidt, Princeton. Elks to Meet at Duluth. On account of the meeting of the Elks at Duluth, June 8th and 9th, the Great Northern will sell tickets to Duluth and return at one and one third fares for the round trip, on the certificate plan. These tickets will be sold three days before the opening of the meeting. Consult local agent for full particulars. 25-2 Live it Down. BluffI'd have you know, sir, that I'm a self-made man. GruffWell. I'm sorry for you: but keep it dark and don't think too much about it, and perhaps you'll get along all right. BUSINESS LOCALS. CTMONEY to loan on improved farms. No delay. See me before placing your loan. ROBT. H. KING, Carew Block. Princeton. Minn. Cash paid for ginseng. Ludden's store. For Sale CheapWell bred Per cheron-Norman stallion. He is seven years of age and weighs 1,650. One of the finest horses in Anoka county. Inquire of Alex Sanderson, Anoka R. F. D. No. 2. 25-2t For Sale. Two fresh milch cows, also a young buggy horse. Inquire of Henr\ Heit man, one-half mile north of village limits, Princeton. Highest cash price for your wool. Ludden's store. For Rent. Six rooms, with cellar, cistern and barn to let. 23-4t Mrs. A. M. Cater.' For Sale. House and ten and one-half acres of land one and one-half miles north of Princeton. Will sell, cheap for cash. Mrs. Ben Hatcher, 22-3t Princeton, Minn. Fresh bread and pastry every daj. Ludden's store. 1 have platted eight acres west of the depot and offer for sale good res idence lots with plenty of trees on them. These lots are in one of the best locations in the village. For particulars inquire of 22-3t F. C. Cater, Princeton. 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. Sunshades, parasols and unmbrel last. 50 cents to $3.00. Ludden's store. Hay Stumpttge For Sale. Two hundred acres on Estes Brook, section 33, about 75 acres meadow, can be cut with machine. Cheap if taken at once. Address W. N. Ferguson, 24-2t Liberty Center, Ohio. Cabbage and tomato plants, get them at Ludden's store. Notice of Application for irM Liquor License. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Mille Lacs, Village of Princeton, Notice is hereby given, that appli cation has been made in writing to the village council of said village of Princeton and filed in my office, pray ing for license to sell intoxicating liquors for the term commencing on the 9th day of June, 1905, and termi nating on the 8th day of June, 1906, by the following person, and at the following place, as stated in said ap plication, respectively, to-wit: G. W. Stunkard, on the lower floor of that two story frame building, known as the Cowles general store building, situate on lot five (5), block three (3) of Damon's addition to townsite of Princeton, Minn. Said application will be heard and determined by said village council of the village of Princeton at the Re corder's office, in the Carew block in said village of Princeton in Mille Lacs county, and State of Minnesota. on Friday the 9th day of June, A. D. 1905, at 8 o'clock p. m., of that day. Witness my hand and seal of village of Princeton this 25th day of May, A. D. 1905. J. C. BORDEN, Village Recorder. (Corporate Seal.) STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Mille Lacs, SS In the matter of the petition of August Pinz and others for a public ditch in the county of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesota. Notice is hereby given, that a peti tion has been filed in the office of the county auditor of said county, pray ing for the construction of a public ditch, beginning, at the center of the southwest quarter of section four (4), township thirty-six (36), range twenty six (26), thence running northeasterly through the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, the east half of the northwest quarter, and the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of said section four (4) thence running northeasterly in section thirty-three (33), township thirty-seven (37), range twenty-six (26), through the south half of the souheast quarter and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of said section thirty-three (33) thence northeasterly in section thirty-four (34), of said township thirty-seven (37), range twenty-six (26), through the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter and the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter of said section thirty-four (34) thence easterly through the south half of the northwest quarter of said section thirty-four (34), and terminating therein in Rum river. Also a branch ditch beginning at the center of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section six (6), township thirty-six (36), range twenty-six (26) thence running east erly through the said northeast quar ter of the northeast quarter of section six (6): thence easterly through the north half of the northwest quarter of section five (5), of said township and range thence northeasterly in sec tion thirty-two (32), township thirty seven (37), range twenty-six (26), through the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter, the south half of the southeast quarter and the north east quarter ot the southeast quarter of said section thirty-two (32): thence easterly in section thirty-three (33): in said last named township and range, through the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter, the north half of the southwest quarter, the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter, the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter and the north half of the southeast quarter, and connect ing with the main ditch in said last described tract. Also a branch ditch commencing at the northwest corner of said section thirty-three (33), and running south through the west half of the north west quarter of said section thirty three (33), and the east half of the northeast quarter of section thirtj two (32), of said township and range, and connecting with the branch ditch first herein named where the same crosses the line between said sections thirty-two (32) and thirty-three (33 And that the names ot the owners of the lands that will be affected by the construction of said ditch are as follows. to-wit: Ottomer Weint, Frank Maihocb, August Jaenicke, Ottomer and Hermina Weint, August Schmidt, August Albrecht, Amos Freel. Ferdinand Huber, Louis Geli nas, Peter Jensen, Maurice C. Thor ring, Paul Krueger, Edward W. Paul son, I. S. Mudgett estate, John L. Mourning, Charles Keith, Henry Hendrickson, Soren Peterson, Lucy Swaim, Christ Gouldberg, Max Krus chke, Jens Larssen. P. Jensen, Jane Snow, Mary Vose, Theodore Zimple, August Pinz, Frank Kaufert and Robert Trabant: and that the engineer appointed by the board of county commissioners of said county to make a survey of the route of said ditch has completed his work and made due re port thereon and filed the same in the office of said county auditor: and that the viewers appointed bj said board of county commissioners to view the same have completed their work and filed their report thereon in the office of said county auditor. And that, therefore, the board of county commissioners of Mille Lacs county, State of Minnesota, will hold a special meeting on Friday, the 23rd day of June, A. D. 1905, at the county auditor's office in the village of Princeton, in said county, at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, for hearing and consideration of said petition and of said surveyor's and viewers' reports thereon and that all persons interested in the construction of said ditch are invited to appear and be heard by and before said board of county commissioners at said time for or against the construction of said ditch. E. E. WHITNEY, County Auditor of Mille Lacs County, Minnesota. (Auditor's Seal.) Mark Horse Co. Have always on hand from 200 to 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 fbr you. Buy, sell or trade. -tf Mark Horse Co., Princeton. W. P. CHASE, flanager. Caley Lumber Company, (Successors to Foley Bean Lumber Co.) Dealers in White Pine Lumber, Lath and Shingles. Also Sash, Doors, Mouldings and a Com* plete Stock of Building Material. 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Its spring brown and summer gray serve well to hide It among the scanty herbage of its haunts from the keen eye of the soar ing falcon. True Economy. "So you have bought your wife an other expensive ring. Isn't that a waste of money?" "On the contrary, it is true economy, for she won't require half so many pairs of gloves as formerly." There cannot be a greater rudeness than to interrupt another in the current of his discourse.Locke.