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-l_ 1 U/ie Farm Fireside, Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents. ZIMMERMAN. Ena Foley went to Spencer Brook Wednesday. Miss Emma Martin went to Minne apolis Monday. Andrew Carter was in St. Paul Mon day on business. Mamie Swanson returned from Elk River Tuesday evening. J. W. Mode made a business trip to Elk River last Wednesday. Harry Pratt and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Princeton. Fay Bowes spent a few days in Min neapolis the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Muffle of Minneapolis are visiting the Iliff families. Rev. C. B. Fellows held services in the Union church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry English drove to Princeton and back Monday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. G. T. James last Saturday. The Misses Ethel Carter and Maggie Kilmartin drove to Elk River Monday. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Nash spent Sunday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Sarah Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Swanson of Elk River passed Sunday with Mr. Swanson's parents here. C. F. Johnson died at his home in Livonia last Wednesday. The funeral services were held Saturday. The Orr family of Princeton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.in Harry English and Mrs. Gates. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lynch, the Misses Younger, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Foley and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Larson drove to Princeton Tuesday. The Rebekah lodge .will initiate candidates next Saturday evening, after which they will invite their friends to help them celebrate the first anniversary of the lodge. Mrs. R. E. Lynch has been enter taining her two nieces, the Misses Younger from Minneapolis, for the past two weeks. A dance was given in their honor Friday evening in theon Woodman hall. It's a good old world after all If you have no friends or money. In the river you can fall Marriages are quite common and, More people there would be, Provided you take Rocky Mountain Tea. C. A. Jack. LONG SIDING Selma and Joe Burk, jr., were vis itors at the Fox house Tuesday. Archie Taylor and crew are at work pressing hay in this neighborhood. Notice: Never take down your tele phone receiver unless it is your call. Robert Sibert, of Elk River is work ing for J. A. Wetter on his farm this year. Batching it when a man is married is not what it is cracked up to be. Eh, Frank? Clov Norton, the hustling brick man, is having six carloads of hay pressed and shipped from heie. William Roberts, secretary of the Hennepin Bridge Co., Minneapolis, was a pleasant caller here this week. E. H. Sellhorn expects to leave for Washington on February 15 on a busi ness trip. Wish you success, Ernest. A tremendous lot of cord wood and logs are passing here every day. Sleighing is certainly excellent now. Adolph and Gustaf Minks, a couple of our most prosperous and pleasant young bachelor farmers, passed through here Monday. The creamery board will meet at the creamery on February 15 at 1 p. m. If you have an ax to grind bring it over' Thomas Carr, one of our substan tial bachelor farmers, made a trip to Princeton with one of his fine drivers Tuesday. All Tom is lacking is a frau? Archie Taylor, the superintendent and manager of the West Branch Telephone Co., was out last Sunday looking for a supposed grounded or crossed whe on line No. 161. It was finally discovered that some one had meddled with the line which made it useless to every one. It's the highest standard of quality, a natural tonic, cleanses your system, reddens the cheeks, brightens the eyes, gives a flavor to all you eat. Hollis ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will do this for you. 35 cents, tea or tablets. C. A. Jack. SPENCER BROOK. Frank Day of Bethel was here the first of the week buying hides and furs. Ray Smith has rented his farm to Charles Thompson for three years and will look for some other job than farming during that time. The residents of the south side of Wyanett are thinking of building a telephone line to connect with the two lines at Spencer Brook, After the line is built and the phones installed the expense of -repairs would be tri flingit would be cheaper than to have some company build and charge twelve dollars per year rent. At this writing, Tuesday, Dr. Whiting is very low with pneumonia and his friends are very anxious about his condition. Henry Whiting and Miss Jennie are at home and Anna, who is teaching music at Lewiston, Montana, has been sent for. A trained nurse from Princeton and Mrs. Hill of Bra-ach ham are in attendance. Dr. Cooney at his" last call thought Dr. Whiting had but a small chance to recover. The remains of Louis Blomquist, who died February 5 of pneumonia, were buried on Thursday in the Nich olas cemetery. The services were con ducted by Rev. Oleson of Oxlip, as sisted by Rev. Galbraith of Spencer Brook, who made a short address to the friends and relatives of the de ceased. An honest man has passed to the beyond. A good neighbor, hus band and father, a man highly re spected in the community in which he lived. The remains of Mrs. Robert Staf ford, who had been an inmate of the Fergus Falls insane asylum for the past two years, was shipped to Spen cer Brook last Wednesday. Services were conducted on Friday by Rev.election Galbraith. Mrs. Stafford leaves two children, a girl and boy. The hus band is in the southern part of theHill state and failed to get here. Mrs. Stafford was formerly Miss Amelia Ellingwood. The Best Physic. When you want a physic that is mild and gentle, easy to take and pleasant effect, take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. Every box warranted. Get a free sample at Princeton Drug Co's. drug store and try them. OXBOW. Fred Myer has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. Carl Dehn visited at the home of her parents for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. Talbert. Mrs. Lundgren visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Emma Gates, Saturday. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Francis has been seriously ill the past week. A valentine party will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steeves this evening, February 14. Mr. and Mrs. Bulleigh and Mr. and Mrs. Harter were visitors at the home of Leon Annis on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Radeke and Mr. and Mrs. Talbert were the guests of Emil Lundgren and family on Sunday. Geo. Tomlinson and wife were visit ors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson, on Sunday. Lennie Bockoven has rented the farm of G. R. Talbert as Mr. Talbert expects to move back to his old home at Lake Minnetonka in the near future. The Ladies' Social club met at the home of Mrs. Geo. Tomlinson and a very pleasant afternoon was the result of the meeting. Mrs. E. Radeke was a visitor at the meeting and joined the club. A party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cair in honor of their daughter, Miss Myrtle Carr. Games and dancing were the amusements of the evening. Refreshments were served at midnight. A school meeting was held on Feb. 9 at the home of John Gates for the purpose of discussing the question of building anew school house and also to appoint a successor to G. R. Tal bert for the remainder of his term of office as treasurer. Rising Prom the Grave. A prominent manufacturer, Wm. A. Fertwell of Lucama, N. relates a most remarkable experience. He says: "After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters, I feel like one ris ing from the grave. My trouble is Bright's disease, in the diabetes stage. I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently, for it has al ready stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for years." Guaranteed at C. A. Jack's, druggist. Price only 50 cents. BALDWIN. Mrs. M. B. Jennison is very sick. Albert Angstman has been on the sick list the past week. Frank Mitchell and family spent Sunday at Wm. Hannay'b. The farmers are busy every warm day hauling potatoes to market. H. B. Fisk and E. M. Fiero are re covering from their attack of grip. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lafaver were guests at the Young home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fiero spent Sunday with Mrs. Fiero's parents in Wyanett. Miss Emma Trunk has been quite sick with a sore throat, but is better at present. Several Baldwinites were taken into the Workmen lodge last Thursday night. Air report a fine time. Miss Troy entertained the guild Saturday and seryed a fine dinner. The next meeting will be held Febru- ary 23, in the afternoon, at Mrs.Olson Chester Ames'. Several Baldwin people had the misfortune to be upset in the snow the past week. Among those we know of were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Judkins, G. A. Johnsdn and family and Mrs. Henry Young, but none were seriously hurt excepting Mrs. Henry Young. I have been suffering from stom trouble for a whole year and have tried many remedies without getting better. One bottle of Dr. Adler's Treatment has made me feel very good again. Mrs. John Spoering, Courtland, Minn." Large dollar bottles at Home Drug Store. DISTRICT NO. 50. We hardly recognize Princeton since the recent fires. There was a nice little dance at theline hall Friday night. Miss Ella Hanson visited in Green bush over Sunday. F. B. Mitchell and family were call ing in eastern Baldwin Sunday. It must be getting near spring as the tree agents have begun to appear. Geo. Stone and Geo. Fullwiler were callers at the Campbell home Sunday. It is drawing near to our spring but we hear not a word as yet. Miss Carrie Egge commences her school in the Schurrer district in Blue next Monday. Mrs. Egge and Mr. Shannon and wife attended the social at Mr. Huf lander's Thursday. Miss May and Maggie Looney came down from Princeton Saturday to visit their folks over Sunday., We understand that Lias Fiero and H. B. Fisk have been laid up for some days with the grip but are on the mend now. A tissue builder, reconstructor, builds up waste force, makes strong nerves ana muscle. You will realize after taking Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea what a wonderful benefit it will be to you. 35 cents, tea or tab lets. C. A. Jack. ORROCK Our mail carrier had a hard day Saturday. The members of the music class met at the school house on Friday evening and a good lively interest was shown. Louis Hermanson closed his corn husking for the season last Friday and put the machine away for another year. We are trying to get a bunch of logs together at the W. T. Swanson farm large enough to make it pay to move a mill here. How many logs will you furnish? At the beginning of the year a call was sent to the old members of the I. O. G. T. to defend the lodge charter and on January 17 five officers of theerty, old lodge, viz., Roy Dunn, P. C. T. S. A. Bergerson, C. T. Mrs. H. E.blood Craig, financial secretary Mirl Smith, treasurer, and Miss Grace Craig, chaplain, met and admitted Gilbert Bergerson, Malvin Bergerson, Ancor Bergerson, Ole Larson, Hans Anderson, Andrew Anderson, Oscar FORGED OUT OF BUSINES: Next Door to Harness Shop on Main Street. Clothing, Gents9 and Victor Swanson. Since then several other members have since been admitted and the lodge is in a flourishing condition. ISLE. The majority of the residents of Isle are aware of the fact that Lawrence is included in this the town of Isle Harbor. Mrs. O. J. Bergman will soon go to the cities for medical attention. All her many friends here hope for a very speedy recovery. Geo. Jeka, an Indian living at Isle, died at the lumber camp about five miles from here last week, and was brought here for burial. The railroad surveyors moved to Cove last Thursday, but expect to re turn to Isle to make corrections in the of survey. John Haggberg and Chas. Oquist hauled down two loads of goods for them. Mrs. O. A. Haggberg was called to Sauk Rapids on Monday by the death of her father, who died on Sun day morning. She left on the Milaca stage to be there for the funeral which was to be held on Tuesday afternoon. BUSINESS LOCALS. Fur Sale. One brood sow and one fresh milk cow. Apply to Lewis Walter, Larkins farm, about 4 miles southwest of Princeton. Russet apple sweet cider, clear as amber. Ludden's store. Land for Sale. 600 and 31-100 acres at $15 and up according to location 200 acres in the village limits. Easy terms, long time. 7-tf Mrs. A. M. Cater. Ball brand overshoes and rubbers, the best and cheapest. Ludden's store. For Sale. Young, sound farm mares and horses constantly on hand, which I will sell for cash or on six months or one year's time. Call at my barn east of depot. L. S. Libby. Fancy eating apples and sweet navel oranges at Ludden's store. NOW ON hi Shoes, Rubbers, etc. Must be Closed Ou In consequence of inability to secure suitable quarters to conduct my business. mcEsoi Enormia en LOWEST NOTCH. WantedGentleman or lady to travel for mercantile house of large capital. Territory at home or abroad to suit. If desirable the home may be used as headquarters. Weekly salary of $1,000 per year and expenses. Ad dress, Jos. A. Alexander, Princeton, Minn. Hallowe'en dates that melt in your mouth, and Turkish figs that do you good. Ludden's store. Public Sale. The undersigned will sell at public sale, on his farm, section 33, town of Milo, Mille Lacs county, known as the Bradley farm, on Friday, Febru ary 15, 1907, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described prop to-wit: Five new milch cows, 6 young heifers, 1 two-year-old Shorthorn full bull, 1 wagon, 1 pair bobsleds, heavy breaking plow, mower and rake, and many other articles too numerous to mention. Terms of sale: All sums under $5.00 cash. All sums over $5.00 a credit of six months will be given on bankable paper. 7-2t B. A. Bradley. Furnishings, DOWI TO TIE i -t"l"t"m..t"l..H..|..|..|..i..i..i..t.,|MiM| 11 Vose, Golfoy, Raudenbush & Sons, Shoniger, Estey and Wesley. nn Here are a few of the makes we sell: PIANOS Estey, Hamilton, Wesley and Monarch. Princeton, WHHmiMHVH |il|i.|,.|i.|.,|i.|..i,.|.l|,,|,.|..n,.i,.|.l|..|..t.|..t,.t.M.| 9B P. MOEQER, THE TAILOR Has just received the spring and sum mer styles and samples to select from. Now is the time to order your Spring Suits. I also take orders for a cheaper grade of tailor made clothes made in Chicago. Suits from $14 up. Pants from $4.00 up. Th Tailor p. MOEGER, Princeton, Minn. *****4***4^******4fr******M m^***^***^*^^^**^*** Ma a *'^*V^W**l^*i^MfeM*MMMta The New Domestic SEWING MACHINES The Wonder ofthe Age. Two Machines in One. Makes a Lock Stitch or a Chain Stitch at your pleasure. New Home Sewing Machines! No machines better than the New Home and Domestic. Pianos and Organs. ORGANS We will guarantee to save you ~i money. Call in and see our 1^^, iN^ftTui, lAf***** goods before buying. We can lit ADS/THE WORLD, make terms to suit purchaser. xj^^ Mr. and Mrs. Guy ILwing, Security Bank Building, Princeton, Minn. i Victor and Edison Talking Machines! I have both makes in stock and a big supply of Records to select from. Come in and see them and be con- vinced that I can supply your wants at Right Prices. J. C. HERDLISKA, Jeweler and Optician, COMMERCIAL HOTEL J. P. SELANDER, Proprietor. New management, newly furnished throughout, elec- trie lighted, bath rooms, everything up-to-date. Sam- pie room in connection. Both phones. Princeton, Minn. 1 Foreston Mercantile& LiveStock Co. Are fitters of men, women and children in shoes, dry goods groceries, hardware, and all kinds of farm machinery and fencing. Foreston Mercantile & Live Stock Co. 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