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Girls, if you want red lips, laugh
ing eyes, sweet breath and good looks
use Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
The greatest beautifier known 35
cents, tea or tablets C. A Jack.
GLENDORADO
Miss Emma Rusmess of Princeton
visited her home here Sundaj
Miss Emma Knutson of Blue Hill
was the guest of Miss Emma Knutson
on Sunciaj.
The Glendorado school opened last
Monday after a tv\o wees's potato
digging acation
Miss Emma Knutson left for Prince
ton Monday, wheie she will be em
ployed foi some time.
Nelson, the great Swedish prophet
of Oak Park, is again in this vicinity
holding revival meetings.
Miss Nina Greener, accompanied by
Misses Lizzie Stowe and Thora Kittil
son, visited at the former's home in
Ronneby on Saturday and Sunday.
Mr and Mis T. Larson departed
for their home at Choteau, Mont., last
week. They were accompanied by
Mr Larson's sister. Miss Johanna,
who will spend the winter with them.
A crowd of the oung people of
Glendorado and Santiago gathered
at the home of Mrs Gilbert Anderson
Sunday evening and proceeded to en-
30} themselves. From reports a very
pleasant evening was spent
It makes no difference how long you
have been sick, if you are troubled
with indigestion, constipation, liver
and kidney troubles, Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will make you well.
35c ents. C. A. Jack.
SANTIAGO.
Miss Emma Knutson has gone to
Princeton.
Wm. Keeler was a caller in Blue
Hill Sunday
John Johnson was a Glendorado
caller Sunday.
Alfred Wicktor and Edwin Odegard
called on friends in Glendorado Sun
day.
Emil Anderson is back from the
west, where he had been employed
0 iring the harvest.
The Misses Clara and Bertha Wold
and Emma Knutson called on Mathil
da Odegard last Wednesday*
Thepdity given at G.Anderson's
on Sunday evening in, honor of Alfred
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Dr Rolander's
Celebrated Swedish. Remedies
In Complete Assortment at
THE HOME DRUG STORE
Dr. Rolander's Lininent,
Unexcelled for all aches and pams
Dr. Rolander's Cough Balsam,
A successful remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness, etc
Dr. Rolander's Cactus Oil,
A sure cure for barbed wire cuts, flesh wounds, bruises, etc
Dr. Rolander's Headache Tablets,
Warranted to cure the most acute cases of headache
Dr. Rolander's Kidney Pills,
Give relief in all forms of affected organs
6fte Farm Fireside,
Special attention paid to prescriptions day or night.
Opposite the Postoffice in the Cooney Block. Princeton, Minn.
Gleanings by Our Country I
I Correspondents
ZIMMERMAN.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas drove
to Elk River Monday and back the
same day.
Mrs. W. R. Hurtt is spending a
couple of weeks in St. Paul visiting
her sister and nieces.
Miss Grace Orr of Princeton has
accepted a position as clerk in the
store of Harry English & Co.
Miss G. C. Taylor of Duluth, an
experienced bookkeeper, has accepted
a position in the store of Harry Eng
lish & Co.
Mrs. Mmnette Miller, county super
intendent, stayed in town Monday
night She is going the rounds visit
ing schools.
Mrs. H. E. Thomas came up Satur
day night to spend a few days with
her husband, who is looking after his
business interests at this place.
The Blanchett hotel changed hands
last week. Landlord Violet and fam
ily left Saturday morning for Anoka
where they will have charge of the
hotel of the same name. Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Foley will have charge of the
hotel at this, place.
A great hue and cry was raised at
the hotel last Sunday morning when
Frank Williams arose and declared
he had been robbed of about $90 in
money. He accused his roommate
of taking the money, but before any
action was taken it was suggested that
Williams be thoroughly searched.
The result was that the money was
found in the seat of his pants
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Wicktor was well attended and every
body enjoyed a pleasant evening.
Mrs. Ida Keeler of Minden visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Or
rock, on Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen are enter
taining Mr. Allen's brother and
nephew of Taylors Falls this week.
Alfred Wicktor left for Princeton
Monday, where he will assist N. E.
Jesmer. His many friends will no
doubt miss him.
Godfrey Wicktor leaves for Elk
River this week to take up his duties
as county treasurer. Oscar Wicktor
will take charge of his farm.
Frank Shrewsbury, dairy and food
inspector, and H. J. Cort, represent
ing the Creamery Package Co., vis
ited the creamery last Wednesday.
Notice to Farmers.
A creamery meeting will be held in
the school house of district 40, Dalbo,
on Saturday afternoon, Oct 21, at 2
p. m. Good speakers have been se
cured to address the audience on the
science of dairying, etc. Farmers
should not fail to attend
"Watch the Kidneys."
"When they are affected, life is in
danger," says Dr. Abernethy. the
great English physician. Foley's Kid
ney Cure makes sound kidneys. Sold
by C. A. Jack.
The Railroads of the World.
According to recent German statis
tics, the length of the railroads of the
world was 57,105 miles on Dec. 31
1904, of which 270,386 miles were lu
America, 187,776 miles in Europe, 46,
592 miles in Asia, 15,649 miles in Afri
ca and 16,702 miles in Australasia. Of
the mileage of European railroads Ger
many stands first, with 34,016, followed
In their order by Russia, 33,286
France, 28,266 Austria-Hungary, 24,
261 the United Kingdom, 22,592 Italy
10,025, Spain, 8,656 Sweden and Nor
way, 7,730 The a^eiage cost of con
struetion of the European railroads
pei mile is estimated at $107,577, while
for the remainder of the world the es
timate is only $59,6S0 The total value
of the railroads of the world, according
to these statistics, is $43,000,000,000, of
which the European roads figure foi
$22,000,000,000 The estimate for roll
ing stock is as follows in numbers
Locomotives, 150,000, passenger coach
es, 22j,000, and freight cars, 3,000,000
Unti] the leeent murder of a young
woman an English 1 ailway com
partment car that unique feature of
British conservatism has not been
heaid fiom a long time English
raiftxajs are comparatively free from
horrible accidents, but the private com
partment cai puts a premium upon
horrible railway crimes The victim is
at the meicy of the assailant, and the
chances of rescue or detection are nil
Farmers in the wilds of Ontario com
plain that the potato ciop of that re
gion was lumed by a frost which hap
pened along at the height of the dog
day season. Of course this informa
tion will not be sent officially by the
Dominion government to the Ameri
cans it is seeking to allure across the
border
One who has counted them up has
found that there are no less than fifty
six remedies for baldness advertised In
the newspapers and magazines, and
yet the shiny poll Js seen in the front
row at the play. There are some men
who never will take advantage of the
occasion.
Secretary Taft declares that the Chi
nese are out $15,000,000 by their boy
cott on American goods. When John
attempts to give Uncle Sam a financial
lesson he would better hire some na
tive American to fix up the job.
President Castro is having a gunboat
built in the United States. He will
find the cash somehow to pay for that,
because it will help him stand off for
eign creditors.
Those Filipinos have quickly master
ed one ofjthe lessons which fit men for
pofitlc&l ^freedom They all want of-
tender.
1?HE PRINCETON ITNIONl jiURSDAY, OCTOBEB^S, 1905.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
Home grown celery, crisp and
^j-Sudden's store.-
A basket auction social was held at
the home of A. Falknn Germany last
nightTfor the benefit of the German
Lutheran church. Fred Manke was
the auctioneer.
A wrestling match will be pulled off
on Saturday night between Saphrio
and Kilmaitin at the Jesmer opera
house for the middle-w eight champion
ship of the northwest.
The Teachers' association will hold
a meeting at Milaca on Satuiday,
Oct. 28. An intsructive program has
been arranged and all interested in
school work should make an effort to
be present.
Dr. Cooney left for Chicago on
Monday and while there will attend a
meeting of the Chicago Surgical as
sociation. He will return this v\eek,
and Mrs. Cooney, who has been visit
ing relatives in Wayland, Mich will
accompany him to Princeton.
Foreman Stanwood of the Tri-State
Telephone company, with his crew of
eight men, left on Thursday for
Milaca, and will construct a metallic
circuit from the grounded wire from
that point to Foley. Foreman Jones
and crew relieved Mr. Stanwood at
this place.
Rev. Galbraith returned to his
studies at the State university on
Tuesday and Mrs. Galbraith went to
Spencer Brook yesterday. Mr. Gal
braith will return to his home in
Spencer Brook every week and con
duct services there on Sundays while
pursuing his course of studies at the
university
T. O. Larson of Choteau, Mon
tana, who was down on a visit to
friends in Glendorado and Princeton,
returned to his ranch on Satuiday.
Mr. Larson is now engaged the
horse-raising business and says he is
doing first-class He was employed
in Princeton for some years as a
clerk and was well liked here.
Leeman Clute died Monday of heart
failure at the Fergus Falls hospital,
where he was taken about two months
ago. Mr. Clute was 64 years old
and had lived in this place and
Princeton for the past 30 years. The
remains were brought here \esterday
morning and buried in the cemetery
at upper town.Elk River Star-News.
People who rave about the rose gar
dens of California at this time of the
year should visit the premises of N.
E. Jesmer. There they may seeor
could on Tuesday lastroses from
the bud to the full-blown, health} and
fragrant, nodding their heads in the
flower garden out of doors. Califor
nia can do no better at this time of
the \ear
A fellow with a gun who had been
indulging too freely in a distillation
of snakeroot caused a slight commo
tion in an uptown saloon on Satui
day night. It is said he bored a hole
or two his immediate surroundings
the walls and ceilingand that
everything human had disappeared
before he had time to draw a bead
upon his imaginary enemies.
Howard Walker, one of the promi
nent young farmers of Santiago, was
in Princeton on Wednesday. Howaid
is a breeder of pedigreed hunting
dogs, which he has no difficulty in dis
posing of at high prices to city sports
men. He is a genial young man and,
with many other sportsmen in his vi
cinity, is disgusted with the doings of
that fellow Fullerton of the game com
mission.
The weather being on Sunday too
inclement to attend church, Count}
Auditor Whitney improved the oppor
tunity by printing upon postal cards
a number of pretty photographic
scenes snapped hereabouts along the
river's banks. He will likely place a
selection on sale. They would be just
the thing to send to your relatives in
old Scandinavia, old Germany, old
Ireland or any other old place" to il
lustrate the scenic beauties of the
River Rum.
W1
Are fitters of men, women and children
in shoes, dry goods groceries, hardware,
and all kinds of farm machinery and
fencing.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Money to Loan on improved farms.
See me before placing your loan.
0 Robt. H. King,
Princeton, ilinn.
We want 100 cords of maple and
oak wood, 16-inch.
Ludden's store.
We buy all kinds of live stock. Sell
or exchange milch cows for live stock.
34-tf ERICKSON & SCHWARTZ.
Fleeced lined underwear, cotton and
wool blankets, wool socks and mitts.
Get ready for cold weather.
Ludden's store.
Colts for Sale.
I have five two-year-old native colts
for sale Cash or on time.
L. S. Libby, Princeton.
Mackinaw coats and drawers, sheep
lined coats and sweaters.
Ludden's store.
For Sale or Exchange.
A $2,000 rancn in California for
sale on cash terms or will take in ex
change Mille Lacs county real estate.
Inquire of R. W. Freer, Princeton,
Minn. 45.41
Fresh bread, seven loaves for 25
cents, rolls, doughnuts, buns and pies
every day. Luddens' store.
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.
Shoes for men, shoes for women,
shoes for children. Better goods and
lower prices our motto.
Ludden's store.
Auction Sale.
An auction will be held upon the
old Galbraith farm, eight miles south
west of Princeton, on Wednesday, Oct.
25, at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, at which
time all the farm machinery, cattle,
horses, etc., the property of Galbraith
Bros., will be offered for sale. Free
lunch at noon Schuyler Hoyt, Auc
tioneer.
Hides, pelts and furs bought for
cash at Ludden's store.
Nature's Best Tonic.
Laughter, is undoubtedly one of Na
ture's greatest tonics. It brings the
disordered faculties and functions into
harmony, it lubricates the mental
bearings and prevents the friction
which monotonous, exacting business
engenders. It is a divine gift be
stowed upon us as a life preserver, a
health promoter, a joy generator, a
success maker.Success.
Society Doings In Waitsburg.
Mrs. Herbert Taylor, who is a
pleasant and estimable woman, and
who can bake the finest cake ever
made, having sent us some and there
fore making us a judge, and who has
a family of nice, clean, polite chil
dren, and who pla} the piano beauti
fully and gives lessons to a few for
tunate pupils in our little city, had a
tooth pulled Friday Waitsburg,
Mo Record
Foreston Mercantile & Live Stock Co.
New RestaurantI
5 Just opened, 2
LON MATHER, Prop.
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Meals and Lunches
At all hours
Oysters through*
out the season.
Farmers Headquarters}
FORESTON, MINN
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Foreston Mercantile& Live Stock Go,
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,
THe Year Around
TO CALIFORNIA
New Observation Compartment Cars.
For detailed information address
GEO. E RICE, Agent, Princeton
S. S. Minnesota sails from Seattle for the Orient Nov. 5.
PRINCETON.
IA THE:
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
"THE COMFORTABLE WAY."
100^ Flou
$2.45
I It makes more and better loaves
I than any other flour you can buy.
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For a 98 lb. Sack at
any Grocery in town
Princeton Roller Mill Co.
TO THE PUBLIC
Having purchased the meat market of A. C. Smith
we hereby announce to the public of Princeton and
vicinity that we will continue the business, hoping
to see all old customers as well as many new ones.
GOTTWERTH & HUMMEL.
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C. H. RAHN
Dealers in
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Both Telephones.
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stole some cakes and who would'nt do
the same? .The temptation was too
great when left alone with a lot of
OUR MIXED CAKES.
They are toothsome, delicious and -not
expensive. An ideal bakery like ours
always continues to get out new things
in the cake line. Everybody likes them
and so will you.
Shepard's Bakery
J. A. SHEPAKD, Proprietor.
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