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Gleanings by Our Country I Correspondents ZIMMERMAN. Mr. and Mrs. Will Iliff of Elk River were in town Tuesday. Mrs. Gates returned home Saturday from a week's \isit in Princeton. C. Hajes of St. Paul was in town Saturday evening on his way out to his farm Mrs Carl Parker is enjoying a visit from her sister who arrived from Minneapolis Tuesday evening. Harry English, Harry Pratt and Mi and Mrs. Ed Foley took in thechild ball game at Princeton Sunday. The work on the new store of J. W. Mode & Co is progressing rapidly and will be completed at an early date. Mi Harrj English and Miss Grace Orr drove to Princeton Saturday e\emng and visited relatives and friends until Monday. Mr and Mrs. L. D. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Toley were Princeton visitors Thursdaj of last week. Have you weakness of any kind stomach, back, or any organs of theinvited. bodyJ Don't dope yourself with oidinary medicine. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is the supreme curative power. 35 cents, tea or tablets. C. A. Jack. SPENCER BROOK. School in the Chapman district closed last week. The infant child of Mr and Mrs.o Gilbert Clough died on Thursday last. The late showers have helped the giowing grass and grain wonderfully. Joseph Swanbro's familv mo\ed into the Swedish parsonage Mondaj. The mother and sister of Harry Teesdale, the miller, are up from Minneapolis on a visit. This being house-cleaning time, eveiybodj is staving at home except ing of course the men folks. Harv ej artin returned from Tay lors Falls Monday, where he has been on a visit to relatives the past week. Mrs. Fannie Clough came up from Minneapolis to visit Gilbert Clough and wife during the sickness of their child Fishing along the brook has been fine the past week and a good many larders have been furnished with pike and pickerel. Dr. Conrad Adler of Berlin, Ger many, spent many years in the lead ing hospitals of Europe, studying ap pendicitis and stomach diseases. The prescription with which he cured thousands of these cases is now put up in bottles under the name of "Dr. Adler's Treatment," and sent to this country direct from Berlin. It is not a patent medicine but Dr. Adler's own prescription as used by himself for all his patients. It is the only known cure for appendicitis and chronic stomach diseases, and we are glad of our good fortune in getting this remedy for the people of this vicinity. Large dollar bottles at Home Drug Store. MILO. Earl Plummer is in the bee business at Frank Salee's. Mrs. N. L. Lake is the guest of Ira Callender and family. Albert Bemis took a trip to the city Tuesday and returned Wednesday. The picnic held in Linquist's grove last Sunday was a grand occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beto of Green bush were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cone on Sunday. Miss Bertha Brewster of Princeton visited her parents, Mr. and Mrsvited. VanKleck, on Sunday. Lightning struck Mr. Norstrum's barn and killed one calf last Sunday night. He saved the barn. An entertainment and basket social will be given in school house 10 onCentral May 29. The proceeds will be ap- ,4 J^1" GOME IN AND TEST IT. Soda Water, any flavor desired. Ice Cream Soda with Fruit Flavors to suit all tastes. Prescriptions Compounded Day or Night. Dr. Coonej 's office, in the rear of the Home Drug Store, is open at all times. Phone messages should be sent either to his office, to the Home Drug Store or to the Northwestern Hospital. The Home Drug Store. Opposite the Postoffice in the Cooney Block. Princeton, Minn. |Pf^^^S8^gp|^ ^w^% x* %i^ v*v*vw"*%.^^wi 1 propriated to the benefit of the school of which Miss Bell Orton is teacher. It was announced last Sunday even ing that there will be no services in school house 6 for four weeks. Lightning struck Wm. Kennedy's barn on Monday night, killing a three-year-old colt and a calf, and burned the barn to the ground. Over fifteen tons of hay and some farming tools were in the barn. This will be a great loss to Mr. Kennedy as the barn was only insured for $500. Sore Nipples. A cure may be effected by applying Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the child is done nursing. Wipe it off with a soft cloth before allowing the to nurse. Many trained nurses use this salve with the best results. Price 25 cents per box. Sold by Princeton Drug Co. BALDWIN. Julian Ames has been quite sick with the measles. Henry Murphy has taken a contract to fix the road east of the cemetery. Sid Cravens and crew are busy trying to finish the Baldwin ditch. Miss Bevier closed a successful term of school in district 10 on Friday. A farmers' picnic will be held at Sandy lake on Saturday. Everybody Mrs. Hans Olson of Minneapolis is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Olson. There will be a dance in Ed Judkins new barn Friday night for the benefit of the ball team. A man from Minneapolis has bought the Eckhardt farm and expects move his family here soon. The members of the town board went to Elk River on Monday on a lawsuit with A. B. Damon. Damon on the case. Sorry that so many members of theon Soap club were detained at home, as they missed a fine dinner and lots of fun. Mrs. Angstman was the lucky premium winner. Have you pains in the back, inflam mation of any kind, rheumatism, fainting spells, indigestion or con stipation, Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea makes you well, keeps you well. 35 cents. C.A.Jack. FORESTON. Mr. Dayton returned from Raymond this week. John Housted moved back to his farm at Echo this week. Andrew Kennedy is building a fine barn on his farm west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Grow of Greenbush spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. New man. Oscar Stromwall secured a position as freight brakeman on the Great Northern road. Mrs. E. C. Shumway went to Princeton Tuesday to receive medical treatment at the hospital. Wm. Kennedy's barn was struck by lightning and burned to the ground on Monday night. Some live stock was burned. Postmaster Robbed. G. W. Foust, postmaster at River ton, la., nearly lost his life and washome. robbed of all comfort, according to his letter, which says: "For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint, which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years." Sure cure for biliousness, neuralgia, weakness and all stomach, liver, kid ney and bladder derangements. A wonderul tonic. At C. A. Jack's drug store, 50 cents. SANDY LAKE. A ball game will be played at Cen tral park on Sunday and you are in- Mr. and Mrs. Grant will put forth their utmost endeavor to insure a pleasant time to all who visit their grounds at Central park this summer. A farmers' picnic will be held at park, Sandy lake, on Satur day next and Mr. and Mrs. Grant in- ti W it Iky ISLE. THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, MAY 17, 19061 vite all tillers of the soil to be pres ent. They say it will be one of theabout jolly, old-style picnics where every one can have a fine time. On May 12 the Baldwin school children with their teacher, picnicked at the park. There were about twenty present and they had the time of their lives. Many visited Mr. and Mrs. Grant during the week, including George Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Cotton andJohn family, Ben Jenson and Carl Bnggs and ladies, Zimmerman several boys from Livonia, Milford Jenson and three other boys from Baldwin. OXBOW. Mrs. Herman Francis has gone to Elk River. Dail Francis bought a fine driving horse on Saturday. The people around here are very busy planting spuds. The ladies of the social club met at Mrs. Geo. Carr's on May 10. Miss Emma Hedman spent Sunday with her parents at Carmody. Mabel Meyers of Princeton is visit ing her little cousin, Alma Radeke. Dail Francis is seen over this way quite often. What's the atraction, Dail? Mr. and Mrs. E. Radeke and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dehn on Sunday. Last Friday Mrs. H. Gates, Mrs. J. Gates and Mrs. Lee Jones were guests of Mrs. Essie Dehn. Julius Anderson returned to Mora last week. Bernard Carlson and Walter Hatch left last Saturday, the former for Index, Wash., the latter for another point. A gun club has been organized in Isle. At present it consists of six persons. The regular meeting will be held on Wednesday of this week. Annie Noraus went went through Isle last week to visit at Peter Wick lander's for a few days before entering upon her duties at the Potts hotel. Harry Forslund has returned from Virginia, where he had been employed on the railroad and will spend a cou ple of month's vacation with his par ents. John Carl, Harry Forslund, the Misses Sorenson and La Belle and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Haggberg and children enjoyed themselves im mensely on Sunday last by going on the Isle launch for a picnic on Jason Carter's place, between here and Law rence. DISTRICT NO. 50. Another dance at the hall May 26. Julius Egge was headed west Friday night. Geo. Stone was calling on his old friends Sunday. C. L. Campbell went to Elk River business Friday. Jerry Haley and H. W. C. were in Greenbush Saturday. Farmers are busy nowadays getting ready for planting corn. Grandma Haley is visiting in Princeton for a few days. Miss Carry Egge went to Wyanett Saturday to visit relatives. We understand that work will com mence on the ditch again very soon. We understand that Sam Lambert will return to Baldwin in the near future. Olson & Co. are doing wonders in the way of grubbing on their farm this season. Richard Grant, who is working on the Looney iarm, passed through here Sunday on his way home. A. B. Damon went to Elk River Monday to attend court. He had a case on the calendar there. It seems that the tiling laid last winter in the cross ditch was a failure and that it will have to be taken up. We are a little late but we congratu late Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Fisk on the arrival of a little daughter at their house. Mrs. Post of Minneapolis, sister of Wm. Best, who has been visiting him for the past week, left Monday for her KARMEL. Nils Larson is grubbing for Olson. The grain is coming up fine in this locality. David Anderson visited at Tom Larson's Sunday. Aug. Olson came home last week from St. Paul to stay. Chas. Bergstrom and Swan Lund gren went up to Ogilvie last Monday. The little boy of Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Petterson is better at this writ ing. Miss Gustava Anderson visited with Miss Ellen Moline on Sunday after noon. Rev. Jacobson and wife are spend ing a week's vacation with Rev. F. Blom. Rev. F. O. Kling of Duluth, Rev. Jacobson of Barrett, and Rev. Rod berg of Maple Ridge attended the re- vival meetings here. There were 350 people present on Sunday afternoon. Eddie Johnson came home from Minneapolis last week and went back on Monday. It is reported that Oscar Odman of this place will get married in Red Wing on June 2. Rev. F. O. Kling, Rev. Jacobson and wife, and Rev. F. Blom visited at Larson's Monday. Mrs. Bergstrom of Minneapolis came up last week to help Mrs. Pet terson while the children are sick. The farmers have started preparing the ground for potatoes here. The acreage of spuds will be larger than ever before. Thursday Chas. Bergstrom will start with his team for Minneapolis. Mr. Bergstrom expects to work in Minneapolis this summer. COVE. H. G. Booth is painting his boat. Willie Young has been plowing for the Simpsons. Geo. Grady is keeping bachelor's hall these days. Andrew Benson made a trip to Milaca last week. Tom Anderson took in the basket social at Vineland. Minnie Brant is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hawes, at Vineland. Mrs. Milne and Mrs. D. G. Wilkes were school visitors Friday. Mr. Foss of Milaca was a Cove visitor last week a few days. Jess Rogers and William Wallace hauled hay from Lawrence last week. Rev. Woodcock has moved his family into the E. L. Corwm cottage. Mr. Bleeker, the teacher from Law rence, visited at Fred Miller's over Saturday and Sunday. The phonograph Leo Grady has with him is much appreciated, as music is something new in the lake country. He has an Edison and it can be heard all around the bay. Robt. O'Brien denies in toto the statement of our correspondent that he was either out all night or lost in the pine stumps some time recently as published. He says the story was made out of whole cloth and attributes its origin to a number of gossips get ting together and fabricating it. Mr.- O'Brien's earnestness leads us to be lieve that his story is the truthful one and that our correspondent prevari cated. BUSINESS LOCALS. Anyone wishing to purchase an authentic history of the San Francisco earthquake disaster, fully illustrated, apply to H. M. Watson, 23-2t Route 4, Princeton. Wanted: Reliable men to represent us either locally or traveling. Our best agents earn $36 and up weekly selling our high grade stock. Now is the time to start free outfit complete instructions. Western New York Nursery Co., Rochester, N. Y. For Sale. For Sale, twenty head of light and heavy horses for cash or on time to suit purchasers. Will also trade for cattle. Woodman & Heylander, One Mile South of Princeton on Spencer Brook Road. 14-tf. Small Farm For Sale. Forty acres half-mile southeast of Princeton, fronting the new county road to Spencer Brook, 20 acres cul tivated, balance timber and pasture. Will sell this farm for $1,000 on easy terms. Inquire of Robt. H. King, Princeton or write J. W. Johnson, 330 North 7th St., La Crosse, Wis. 2t For Sale. Two brick buildings, one located on the northwest corner of lot seven (7), block three (3), Damon's addition to Princeton, the other being the second building on the north of where the Commercial hotel formerly stood. Also a blacksmith shop and two lots, one lot on the east side of I. C. Patterson's residence. Apply to Mrs. Martha Douglas, Princeton. MARK, THE AUCTIONEER, Is Prepared to Hold Auctions at Farmors PrHate Residences. Persons about to sell their house hold furniture, live stock, farm ma chinery, etc., who are desirous of dis posing of the same at their homes, call on me. For a very rea sonable commission I will conduct their auctions upon their own prem ises. Emmet Mark, Auctioneer, Princeton. Aug.should A Fly Lit on His Eve. A young lady has recently received a shock. Among her extensive male acquaintance there is a blue-eyed youth. He goes much into society, and is a hot favorite among the nicer sex because of his eyes. Alack! one of them is glass but there is no need, as he says, for everyone to know that, and, really, it seems so much the counterpart of the other that not onea in a hundred would detect it. On this occasion he escorted the young lady in question to a refreshment room. As they were taking tea and coffee he looked unutterable things at her, when all of a sudden she gave vent to a fcW I m. ,_ ***0^* Ml *MMl^^IMr^%w'*^l Main Street, ^J^9 4 Don't Scrub Contraptions Don't be a drudge! A multitude of hard-to get-at partsto be washed twice a day if cream is not to be taintedmakes the wash ing of bucket bowl separators a regular wash day task. THE TUBULAR SEPARATOR HA^oviv 63 iSL$Le Poultry, Fish, Etc. Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs. TIME IS THE TEST of durability in a high-speed machine like the cream separator, iso other machine a farmer uses has a harder test. Run twice every day, winter and summer, it must not only do thorough work but to be permanently profitable, it must be durable. CREAM SEPARATORSsbearinglBal.attgeotyeasdnaelPmls'w are built for longa service. A solid, low frame encloses entirely all tne operatingirtS parts, protecting them from dirt and danger of m- L^^t. ie at high speed points, combined with automatic oiling, reduce wear as tveil as insure the easiest operation. Such careful and thor ough construction is what enables the T7*S to better STAND THE TEST examine tne L. S. yourself and see its good points. It is sold by John and D. A. Kaliher, Princetonr" COMMERCIAL HOTEL A. C. SMITH, Proprietor. I New management, newly furnished throughout, elec- trie lighted, bath rooms, everything up-to-date. Sam- ple room in connection. Both phones. startled exclamation. Her eyes fixed on him with a mysterious intentness and horror. A fly had settled in the center of his glass eye and remained therehe, of course, unconscious of its presence. The sight of that eye looking at her with a fly on it and the owner making no attempt to brush it off, was too much for his companion. It overpowered her, and she shudders when she recalls the circumstance. Answers. The Lord is Patient An eccentric old deacon in a New England town was approached some time ago by a young man who sought his daughter's hand in marriage. "You can't have my daughter," said the deacon. I could not ask for a more thrifty or more upright young manbut for all that, you can't have my daughter." "Well, since you seem to find no fault with me, please explain your objections to my marriage with your daughter." "It is simply that she has an unbureau governable temper." "But Sarah is a devout Christian," pleaded the youth. "That may be true," said the deacon. "But see here, young man, you will come to know, before you are as old as I am, that the Lord can get along with many persons that you couldn't get along with." His Own Bill. After much persuasion Sir John Astley allowed himself to be put for ward, some years ago, as a Conser vative candidate for parliament from Lincolnshire. He confessed he knew little about politics, but entered into the campaign as rare sport. One day he addressed a meeting of electors at village in the Isle of Axholme, and, when he had finished, boldly chal lenged his hearers to fire questions at him. Presently there came the query: "What do you think of Sir Wilfred Lawson's liquor bill?" For a moment Sir John was nonplussed minutes THE BOWL ?OOTS^ SMALL, PIECE INSIDE-IT Caley Hardware Co. G. H. GOTTWERTH, Dealer In Prime Meats of Every Variety, Princeton. 'i 11 I.I ~w_ n.i H. W BARKER 'AWFULS Civil Service Examination. Civil service examinations at St. Paul, Mankato and Duluth have been announced for the following dates by the commission: June 6-7Draftsman in surveyor general's office. Arizona, Wyoming and Idaho, at $4 per diem. June 13Engineer and carpenter at $660 per annum, Indian service, Win nebago, Neb. June 6 Assistant agriculturist, of plant industry, department of agriculture, 81,000 per annum. June 13Assistant dairyman, sal ary ranging from $1,400 to $2,500, bureau of animal industry, depart ment of agriculture. June 13Mechanical superintend ent, brueau of prisons, Manila, P. I. salary $2,500 per annum. Too Brutal. In a discussion of the brutality of football Morris Wood, the skating champion, said the other day: "One of my friends told me that last fall, as he was walking down a certain street, he saw a crowd col lected, and, in the center, two lads fighting like mad. "The older lad, as my friend ap proached, downed the younger one, and then began to kick him. "To this treatment the younger lad objected lustily. 'Here, Jack,'he shouted, squirm ing under the kicks, 'mind what yer about. This is only a fight. It ain't football.' rLos Angeles Times. ir II ?& KNOCK THAT I All60ff WlL -KA@8ON COUGH, "^^33215^^ GATARRM. LgNsuijgfagl^SoBE THROAT, AND LA GRIPPE, S O THAT THEY WILL STAY KNOCKED. I*AN0FACTPBE6 AT SPARTA.WIS. FOR SALE AT YOUR DBU6 STORE. but only for a moment. Pulling him self together he replied. I cannot answer, for Sir Wilfred Lawson's liquor bill, but I do know that last year my own was a deuced sight too big!\'Kansas City Journal. Mi A