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$' S&e Farm Fireside. Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents ZIMMERMAN. H. C. Blanchett of Elk River was in town Tuesday. Sheriff Ward of Elk River was in town last Wednesday. Mrs. Jack Larson took the train for Elk River Tuesday morning. Dr. Armitage of Princeton was in town Sunday on professional busi ness. Mr. Bauer of Elk River was in town Sunday looking up the potato business. Trevor Arnett of the university of Chicago visited Harry English Tues day between trains. Mrs. P. H. Marten, who has been sick for some time, was taken worse Sunday but is better again at the present writing. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Parker enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Finch of Elk River and Mr. and Mrs. Gladden of Spencer Brook at dinner Sunday. The Northwestern Telephone line men and the Zimmerman boys played ball last Sunday. It was not an es pecially exciting game and the home nine was victorioous. Roy Carter and Miss Lizzie Looney were married at the Catholic church in Princeton last Wednesday morning. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the groom's home. Last Sunday, Sept. 17, was James Foley's 56th birthday and about sixty of his friends and neighbors came in a body and surprised him. When they departed for home they left a nice comfortable rocking chair as a present for Mr. Foley. Among those who attended the Mille Lacs county fair Friday and Satur day were: Ole Ericksoh, Chas. Het rick, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foley, Mr. and Mrs. Hurbb, Mr. and Mrs. Parker and Miss Jessie Parker, Helen Swan son, Swen Kight, Leon a Violet, Mr. Casper, Sophj Violet, Clarence Nick erton Willie Swanson, Albert Bur gett, Ed Wright, Mabel Lovell, Mrs. Chas. Swanson, Mrs. Levi Annis, Mrs. L. D. Carter, Miss Ina Bean and mother, Wm. Hiller, Mrs. Violet and Mr and Mrs. Harry English. A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial. M. T. Lynch, editor of the Phillips burg N. J. Daily Post, writes: I have used many kinds of medicines for coughs and colds in my family but never anything so good as Foley's Honcj and Tar. I cannot say too much praise of it." Sold by C. A. Jack, GLENDORADO. Rain and rotten potatoes. Mrs. Erickson of Minneapolis is visiting her mother, Mrs. Rusiness. Mr. and Mrs. H. Magnus visited at Nels Johnson's on Sunday afternoon. Miss Nina Greener visited at her home in Ronneby on Saturday and Sunday. Charlie Solberg and family of Greenbush spent Sunday at Alex Anderson's. Mr. and Mrs. N. Nelson and Mrs. Gilbert Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Anderson at Blue Hill on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Viste of Adams, Mower county, are visiting their sons, Ole and Engebret. Miss Clara Tellefson of Blue Hill, who has been staying with Mrs. P. E. Langseth for the past week, returned home on Sunday. The annex which our merchant, S. Kittilson, is having built is progress ing rapidly under the supervision of George Newton and Edwin Thompson. Miss Johanna Larson did not re main in the city as stated in the Glen dorado items last week. After a few days visit she returned to her home here. Quite a large crowd of Glendorado people attended the Princeton fair and report it one, of the best county fairs ever attended. Our Sailors, THE HOME DRUG STORE THAT'S THE PLACE TO Qchool BUY Qupplies Tablets, Inks, Pencils, Rulers and everything needed for the School Room. Largest Assortment, La test Novelties. Special attention paid to prescriptions day or night. Opposite the Postoffice in the Cooney Block. Princeton, Minn. GERMANY. T\ ^%^#**^^^^^-**s without doubt, found the Tigers a lit tle fierce, but nevertheless they did well considering the little practice they have had. At the young ladies' meeting at O. G. Wold's on Saturday afternoon the following officers were elected: Presi dent, Bertha Wold vice president, Thora Kittilson secretary, Henrietta Stay treasurer, Clara Wold. The Young People's union will give a basket social at the parsonage on Saturday evening, Sept. 23. A pro gram consisting of music and tab leaux will be rendered. Everybody is cordially invited to come and spend a pleasant evening. Good advice to women. If you want a beautiful complexion, clear skin, bright eyes, red lips, good health, take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. There is nothing like it. 35 cents, tea or tablets. C. A. Jack. TOLIN. Lots of hunting in this vicinity. Geo. Albert Young was up from the city over Sunday. Mrs. W. Anderson spent Wednes day afternoon at A. Hedberg's. Miss Hulda Olson is home from the city for a visit with her parents. John Anderson, who has been work ing in Princeton, has returned home. Monday the Tolin brothers were home from threshing on account of rain. Sunday visitors at T. A. Linton's were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ewing of Princeton, Mrs. F. Wright and daugh ter Lillian, and Miss Mildred Moore of South Fork. Rheumatism, gout, backache, acid poison, are results of kidney trouble. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea goes directly to the seat of the disease and cures when all else fails. 35 cents. C. A. Jack. Miss Mazie Mott spent Sunday at H. C. Harrington's. Mrs. S. Winsor is convalescing from her recent illness. Marion Cater's genial countenance is seen in our midst .again. Harry Mott has returned home af ter an extended visit at Lake Minne tonka. John Hendricks, the Isanti mail car rier, attended the fair at Princeton Saturday and visited friends in Ger many Sunday. The German Methodist church was struck by lightning during the storm Monday night, Sept. 11th, and was damaged considerably. Mrs. Sandoff and daughter have re turned home after a week's visit with Mrs. Sandoff's brothers, George, Henry and Wm. Schmidt. Verne Mott and Lennie Bockoren and families haveYeturned from Lake Minnetonka, where they have been visiting friends the past week. A few of the young folks in this vicinity attended the dance at the Wy anett hall last Saturday night. A fine time was the universal verdict. Tolin must have some strong at tractions, for a certain young gentle man who recently returned from St. Cloud has been seen going north quite often of late. That's right, keep the wheels rolling. Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly adapted for chronic throat troubles evening and will positively cure bronchitis hoarseness and all bronchial diseases Refuse substitutes. Sold by C. A Jack. LONG'S SIDING. Miss Freda Stark returned from Minneapolis on Tuesday evening. Long's Mercantile Co. have treated their store building to a new coat of paint. The largest check paid out for but terfat to one farmer for one month in the history of the West Branch cream ery was $79.20. This was paid to Theodore Rosen for the month of August. Mrs. Stockton Reems, accompanied by her children, Eva and Jim, left for Washington last Monday. Mrs. Reems will make a stop at Pelican Rapids to visit her son Frank and family before continuing her trip west. A good game of base ball was played at Long's Siding last Sunday between Long's Siding and Greenbush resulting in a victory for Long's Sid ing, the score being 5 to 6. Batteries: Long's SidingSwain and Reem GreenbushVernon and Plumondore. The board of directors of the cream ery met last Friday afternoon and transacted their usual business. Among other things done was the raising of the creamery shares from fifty to sixty dollars per share, so that after this anyone desiring stock in the West Branch Creamery Co. will have to pay $10 more than the original shares were. They decided to pay 20 cents per pound for August but terfat or 80 cents per hundred for four per cent milk. Farmers should be sure to attend the dairy meeting at Princeton on Thursday, Sept. 28, at the opera house. Prominent speakers have been secured, among which are Hon. R. C. Dunn and Hon. E. L. McMillan, Princeton, Frank Shrewbury of the dairy and food department and others. This will be one of the big gest meetings of its kind ever held in this part of the State and every farmer should make an effort to attend. Thursday afternoon, Sept. 28. Head quarters at the Riverside hotel. Used For Pneumonia. Dr. J. C. Bishop of Agnew, Mich., says, I have used Foley's Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results in every case." Refuse substitutes. Sold by C. A. Jack. COVE. Lawrence Grady left for Foley on Saturday. Hans Petrin visited Lawrence on Friday last. Mr. Elgreen and son of Isle were in Cove Sunday. C. L. Freer and Steven Terwilliger went to Isle Saturday. Fred Miller went for a load of sup plies for W. J. Eynon. Link Elise made a trip to Milaca for Mr. Moses on Friday. Sheriff Shockley was in Cove Mon day summoning jurors. Mrs. Frank Humble left for Hibbing where she will join her husband. School commenced Monday, Sept. 18th, with C. L. Freer as teacher. E. B. Mayo of Isle is having haul ing lumber for the Mallette cottage. Mrs. Geo. Hawse left for Dakota, where Mr. Hawse is engaged in work. H. Booth and brother-in-law, Albert Hornshoe, left for Vineland on their way to Dakota. Harry Bourquim has his arm out of the sling now. He broke a bone in the wrist some time ago. Miss Minnie Brant is expected home as soon as she is able. She is sick at Mr. Warren's near Onamia. Our postoffice has again its old name, Cove, and rjot Southshore. We will all be glad to hear it as it was the wish of very few to have it changed. Evert Corwin is digging C. L. Freer's cellar. Mr. Freer expects to raise his house on a stone foundation and will have one of the finest cellars in Cove. Rev. Raymond was called to Law rence Sunday to officiate at the funeral of Mrs. Charley Lewis' baby. The little one was six weeks old and died from whooping cough. Mr. Moses has a crew lathing and plastering his house. Mr. Moses is making an effort to get his house com pleted for this winter. We wish him success as we want to see him here soon. DISTRICT NO.5 0 Sam Lambert came home from threshing Tuesday. Another dance at the club hall Fri day evening, Sept. 29. We noticed several new faces at tha dance on Friday evening. Mrs. C. L. Campbell has been ~on the sick list for the last few days. George Hatcher and wife were visit ing relatives north of town last week. Mike Looney is improving his house by raising it up to a story and a half. Jerry Haley attended the dance at the Grange hall in Wyanett Saturday Threshing crews put in most of the time going back and forth between showers. John Looney returned last week from Santiago, where he has been threshing. Cutting corn is in progress at the present and it is a better crop than most people thought. There was the largest attendance at the dance last Friday evening of any Since the hall was opened. School commenced in district 50 Monday the 18th, with Miss Stella Mosher of Worthington as teacher. Mr. Best intends moving onto his new farm in the near future. We wel come them to our neighborhood. We notice several strangers camp- ing in this vicinity and it looks as though they were trapping instead of hunting chickens. It looks now %s ^though potatoes would be a light crop in this locality, but we are looking for a price in pro portion to the crop. A. Fryhling has rented J. W. Mc Farland's house across the track and moved in on the 10th. C. O. Moore is putting on the porches and some complete on the inside. O. Lundquist has resigned his posi tion as buttermaker at Spencer Brook He made a good record while there and the patrons are sorry to see him leave. Mr. Lundquist attended the Pierson sale here on Wednesday and purchased a large quantity of goods. Some of the cages in which fowls were quartered at the fair were so small that the poor birds scarcely had room to stand. In relation to this the fair management requests us to state that at next year's exhibition fowls not quartered in cages of size deemed ample will be rejected from entry. This is the time of year when many kinds of mushrooms spring from the earth, some species of which are dead ly poison. Altogether there are about 400 varieties, and, as many of the poisonous sort closely resemble the edible, it is well to be very cautious in gathering fungi, or, better still, to leave it alone altogether unless you are a student of micology. We have discovered four or five edible species growing hereabouts and many poison ous varieties. The battleship Oregon, which under command of Captain Clark was the dominant factor in the sea fight off Santiago, has followed her former commander in retirement. She is to be taken out of commission, and a sum nearly equal to her first cost will be expended upon her, after which it is expected that she will be good for a few years more of service. A recent report shows that in the year 1904 only six passengers were killed by accidents on railways in the United Kingdom and that 534 were in jured. Out of a total of 71,007 railway employees 7 were killed and 114 in jured during 1904. The average for the preceding thirty years was 14 and 137 respectively. The one thing that we must insist on is that the open Chinese door shall not be blown to in the faces of our com mercial tourists and that no banana peel or any little thing like that be thrown on the step. Brazil offers a cool $2,000,000 for a real consumption cure- Now is the time for one of the "infallible" dis coverers to pick up a life competence or go into hiding and sing small hence forth forever. Samuel J. Tilden's old Gramercy park residence is being torn down. If walls have ears what a lot of whispers they have heard. BUSINESS LOCALS. Money to Loan on improved farms. See me before placing your loan. Robt. M. King, Princeton, /linn. We buy all kinds of live stock. Sell or exchange milch cows for In stock. 34-tf ERICKSON & SCHWARTZ. Wanted, Compositors$18 per week non-union, Permanent position to competent men in St. Paul. Apply at once. St. Paul Typothetae, Ger.-Am. Bk. Bldg. Notice. All mail intended for D. Salee should now and hereafter be addressed to Route 1, Foreston, instead of Freer. D. Salee. For SaleA three-year-old Short horn Durham bull. This bull is a thorough registered animal. Will take a good cow as part payment. Call on or address R. L. Edwards, Milaca, Minn. Horses For Sale. Eleven head of western draft and driving horses for sale at prices rang ing from $65 to $125. Inquire at E. E. Bigelow's barn. 39tf Milton S. Farnham. AdvertisingFays When you advertise in the columns of the PRINCETON UNION. The UNION has the largest bona fide list of sub scribers of any newspaper published in the Eighth Con. gressional district outside of Duluth. The UNION has twice the circulation of all the other newspapers of Mille Lacs coun ty combined. The UNION has hundreds of subscribers in the counties of Isanti, Benton and Sherburne and is a weekly visitor in almost every home in Mille Lacs county. Yes, it pays to advertise* in the PRINCETON UNION $ M. S. RUTHERFORD 4 or W. P. CHASE, flanager. I Make Your Bread with A friend of the home A foe of the Trust Calumet Baking Powder Oompliea with the Pure Food Laws of all ctstc c. JI JOHN BARRY jj Expert Accountant, I S v* 30 Years Experience. S I 1011 First Ave Nort.li S I MINNEAPOLIS. SUJfN". 8- 1 ao*- A M. S. RUTHERFORD (Si CO. Od Tellows Building Princeton, Minn. 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. I It makes more and better loaves 1 than any other flour you can buy. I Princeton Roller Mill Co. E. L. 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