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Gleanings by Our Country
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ZIMMERMAN.
Henry Swanson went to Minneapolis
on Monday.
Mrs. Jack Larson returned Friday
evening from her visit in Hastings.
Jay Smith of Spencer Brook took in
the dance here on Saturday evening.
Mrs. Edna Johnson of Spencer
Brook attended the dance here Satur
day evening.
Mrs. Martin Swanson went to Elk
River Friday morning and returned
Monday night.
Mrs. A. Orr of Princeton visited her
mother and daughters from Saturday
until Monday.
Martin Perman and Byron Johnson
are home from Minneapolis on a
week's visit with relatives.
Presiding Elder Copper held bap
tismal and communion services at the
M. E. church Monday evening.
Martin Swanson fell from a wagon
Monday and broke his arm. He went
to Elk River for medical treatment.
The dance given by the M. W. A.
boys Saturday evening was well at
tended and a very enjoyable affair.
Miss Mamie Swanson went to
Gibbsville last Thursday to attend
the St. Patrick's dance at that place.
Mrs. Abbie Pratt spent a few days
visiting her son and family. She
went to Princeton Tuesday evening.
Mrs. S. H. Smith of Anoka came
up Saturday evening and will remain
about two weeks doing dressmaking.
W. R. Hurtt fell Monday and sus
tained some injuries but was not seri
ously hurt. He is able to be around
again.
Dave Bridge returned from his work
in New Orleans Monday. Among
the curiosities he brought home were
two young alligators.
Sydney English returned from his
visit in old England on Monday even
ing. Sydney is looking hale and
hearty and sporting a fine looking
mustache.
Seveial sleigh loads of Rebekahs
laden with good things to eat went out
to Ed Wright's home last Thursday
evening and spent a very pleasant
evening. Card playing was the prin
cipal amusement.
Miss Mae Simmons, who is now
teaching in the Elk River schools,
came up Friday night to visit old
friends. She taught her first school
here about five years ago when there
was only about half a dozen buildings
in town. She was entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. Harry English and returned
home Sunday afternoon.
The nerves of the appendix com
municate with those of the stomach.
That is why Dr. Adler's Treatment
has proven so wonderfully successful
in the cure of stomach diseases. I
have suffered terribly with my stom
ach for years. At times I would
bloat so that I could not keep my
clothes fastened. After taking bot
tle of Dr. Adler's Treatment, I felt a
great change, and after taking the
whole bottle I was cured. B. F.
Rhoades, Madeha, Minn.
Home Drug Store.
SPENCER BROOK.
Dance at the Woodman hall Friday
night, March 22.
Mrs. Lem Turner, who has been
very ill for the past week, is now fast
recovering.
Rumor has it that the Foote family
has inherited quite a fortune from an
uncle in Connecticut.
Jay Smith and Earl Thompson at
tended the St. Patrick's dance at Zim
merman last Saturday night.
Oscar Blomquist, Lem Turner, Dave
Walker, John Chapman and Andrew
Peterson will each build themselves a
barn this spring.
Clark Severance has returned from
Braham, where he had been at work
in a livery stable, and has rented the
Swanbro farm across the river in
Wyanett.
Gene Clough's house came near
burning on Sunday evening from an
ash barrel standing close to the build
ing. The fire was discovered in time
to prevent any damage.
Rev. Galbraith preaches at Zimmer
man every Sabbath to a fair-sized
audience. We are sorry to say that
there are few people around Spencer
Brook who attend church.
MaryDark circles under the eyes
indicate a sluggish circulation, tor
pid liver and kidneys. Exercise and
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well and beautiful. 35 cents,
tea or tablets. C. A. Jack.
DISTRICT NO. 50.
Miss Carrie Egge spent Sunday with
her mother.
Grandma Haley is still suffering
with the grip.
The boys are expected home from
the woods this week.
Miss Maggie Looney is home for a
short visit with her folks.
We understand that Mrs. L. W.
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Vanderhoof late.
Mike Looney was in the
week, where he contracted
the grip.
There was a surprise party on Mrs.
Frank Lafavor on her birthday last
Thursday.
Geo. Fullwiler left for Round Lake
on Thursday, where he will reside in
the future.
The grip has its hold on F. B.
Mitchell's family, some of the children
being quiet sick.
Frank Lafavor left Thursday for
Bemidji to attend the funerral of his
brother's little child.
Mrs. Egge and her sister, Mrs.
Shannon, left on Friday for Calmer,
Iowa, to visit their old home.
We wish to correct the statement in
regard to the dance at Mr. Fullwiler's,
it being on Friday night instead of
Sunday night.
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How to Remain Young.
To continue young in health and
strength, do as Mrs. N. F. Rowan.
McDonough. Ga., did. She says:
"Three bottles of Electric Bitters
cured me of chronic liver and stomach
trouble, complicated with such an un
healthy condition of the blood that
my skin turned red as flannel. I am
now practically 20 years younger than
before I took Electric Bitters. I can
now do all my work with ease and
assist in my husband's store." Guar
anteed at C. A. Jack's drug store.
Price 50 cents.
FORESTON.
Miss Hulda Lindman has returned
to Minneapolis.
Geo. Fadden of Milaca has started
a cream station in Foreston.
F. Judkins has commenced remodel
ing his house on Main street.
Mrs. Robinson moved to Bemidji
this week, where her two eldest sons
are employed.
The ladies of the Swedish church
will have a sale Saturday evening in
the Foreston church.
Mrs. Oakley has returned from
Alexandria. She was called there by
the illness of her mother.
The ladies of the M. E. church will
give a New England supper at the
hotel Friday evening. Everybody in
vited.
W. J. Arnhold, a colored temperance
lecturer, spoke in the M. E. church
Sunday morning. His speech was so
well received that he was invited to
speak again. He lectured again to a
crowded house on Tuesday evening.
Mr. Arnhold is a fine speaker and a
fine singer.
COVE.
Mr. Woodcock made a trip to Vine
land last week.
Mrs. Woodcock visited at Wilkes
last Friday.
Lumber is being hauled for Geo.
Hawes' new house.
Mr. Howard entertained his mother
at Bay View last week.
Mrs. E L. Corwin of Milaca is vis
iting at the Corwin home here.
Mrs. Milne and daughter Lizzie
spent Sunday at the Freer home.
Fred Miller left for Milaca on Sat
urday to get goods for W. J. Eynon.
Jesse Rogers came after Mr. How
ard and his mother to spend Sunday
at the Rogers' home.
The party at Milne's last Saturday
was enjoyed by neighbors and friends.
The evening was spent in playing
games.
Mrs. Brant and Mrs. Oscar Ander
son were called to North Branch to
the bedside of their mother, who is
very ill.
We, the people of the lake, are to
have a railroad the piling is being
driven at Onamia and supplies are be
ing hauled to Isle and Onamia.
There were two parties in Cove a
week ago Saturday evening. The
young people gave a party at Geo.
Simpsons and the older people sur
prised Mr. and Mrs. Eynon.
ISLE.
P. P. Haggberg is very busy hauling
for Swenson & Broberg.
Miss Tyra Matson is employed at
the home of O. A. Haggberg for a few
days.
The Ladies* Aid society met with
Mrs. Nels Monson on Thursday after
noon.
Mrs. John Haggberg of Luleo en
tertained several families at dinner on
Sunday.
All are pleased to see Mrs. O. J.
Bergman around again after her re
cent severe illness.
Miss Anna Haglund of Opstead
spent Sunday with Ellen Matson
while her parents spent the day at
Aug. Elgren's.
J. B. Mattocks and N. J. Johnson
of Lawrence have been doing carpen
ter work on the new warehouse and
the building is being rushed to com
pletion.
Mrs. O. A. Haggberg was very
pleasantly surprised last Friday even
ing by a great many neighbors and
friends. They came laden with lunch
baskets and a purse of $8.75
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coming season.
We will give you
a strictly $10 boy's
suit for $7.50.,
We will give you
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was presented to Mrs. Haggberg in
appreciation of her services rendered
as musician in the church.
Miss Ruth Moore closed a very suc
cessful term of school at Luleo last
Friday, and, after visiting friends in
Isle for a few days, will return to her
home at Merrifield.
Several beams from Mora have been
hauling hay, feed, groceries, etc.,
from Mora to be stored in the new
warehouse recently erected in Isle for
the railroad contractors.
BOGUS BROOK.
Mrs Miss Mary Minks visited with
Christ Minks over Sunday.
The party at Mr. Lange's on Friday
night was well attended and all had a
good time.
Rev. and Mrs. Koenig of Princeton
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Minks on Tuesday.
The New Postage Stamps.
It is proposed to place the name of
the state and city of issue on all the
United States postage stamps sold at
the principal postofflces. There are
some 6,000 of these postoffices. Twen
ty-six of them will have the name en
graved on all the different denomina
tions, while the other 5,974 offices will
have the name printed across the face
of their stamps after they have been
engraved.
There are now issued stamps of the
denominations of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10,
13, 15 and 50 cents and $1, $2 and $5,
and a 10-cent special delivery stamp.
Multiply these 15 by 6,000 and there
is the total of 90,000 varieties.
Be Slow to Judge.
Never judge a man by the company
he keeps it may be his wife's folks.
Chicago News.
A masquerade ball will be given at
the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett, on Satur
day evening, April 6. Two prizes of
two dollars and one dollar respect
ively will be offered, one for the best
costumed lady and the other for the
most comically costumed man. No
men or boys will be admitted to the
hall without tickets. Anderson's or
chestra will furnish music. 13-3t
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Parties desirous of giving enter
tainments at school houses or socials
should communicate with E. Grant,
box 64, route 1, Zimmerman. Mr.
Grant is prepared to give stereopticon
views and phonographic music upon
the shortest notice, and provided the
hall is furnished free, a charge of
only ten cents admission will be
asked. Mr. Grant has already been
engaged to furnish several entertain
ments. He is a good public speaker
and a reliable man. Mr. Grant is
also prepared to dehorn cattle at very
reasonable rates. 3-2t
THUBSDAY MARCH 21, 1907.
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Church Topics a*
Morning service, 10:30, sermon by
Rev. E. Clemans, D. D. Evening
service, 7:30, sermon, "A Lenten
Meditation." Sunday school, 12
Epworth league, 6:30.
CONGREGATIONAL.
Morning and evening services will
be held on Sunday as usual. Rev.
Swertfager of Northfield will preach.
EPISCOPAL
Baldwin school house, March 24:
10 a. m.. Sunday school 11 a. m.,
piayer and sermon. Monday, March
25: 3:30 p. m., confirmation and ser
mon. Conrgegational church, Prince
ton, March 24: 3 p. m., prayer and
sermon. Monday, March 25: 7:30
p. m., prayer and sermon. Bishop J.
D. Morrison, D. D., of Duluth will
visit and preach for us on Monday,
March 25. All are welcome. Rev.
Isaac Houlgate, pastor.
Teachers' Association Meeting.
The Teachers' association will meet
on Saturday, May 4, at Milaca. A
good program has been prepared for
that date. Good music, good papers
from the teachers, and able addresses
are scheduled.
County Superintendent S. W. Gilpin
of St. Louis county will deliver the
principal address and has selected
"Modern Education" as his theme.
He is a first class school man, and
knows what is needed to fit the rising
generation for the strenuous duties of
life.
School officers and the public gen
erally are cordially invited to be
present. There is plenty of room for
all in the Miilaca high school build
ing.
Remember, also, though you may
not be a member of the association
that any pertinent suggestion you may
have to offer will find a hearing.
Teachers from adjoining counties are
always welcome. Guy Ewing, County
Superintendent.
Mark's April Horse Sale.
Emmet Mark's April sale bids fair
to surpass in magnitude any auction
ever held by him at this point. He
will offer at this sale 500 head of
borseswestern, draft, driving, farm,
saddlers, ponies and mules. Sale will
take place at E. Mark's corrals,
Princeton, on Saturday, April 6, and
commence at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp.
Persons having live stock, vehicles,
harness or farm machinery to sell
should bring the same to this sale.
Mr. Baird, the noted auctioneer of
Danville, 111., will assist Emmet
Mark on this day. For further partic
ulars see large posters.
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY RETURNED.
Mark's Great Bargain Store
The Largest Stock and the Lowest Prices.
If you intend dressing up for Easter it will pay you to look us over as we can
save you from 25 to 50 per cent on each dollar's worth of goods purchased.
We have quite a number of garments of the N. E. Jesmer salvage stock which you may ob=
tain at almost your own figures. We have 10,000 articles of good values which the space in this
ad will not permit of mention. All we ask of you is to call and we will soon convince you of our
ridiculously low prices. All goods marked in plain figures==one price to all.
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Sunday and Weekday
Announcements.
METHODIST.
Vose, Colby,
Raudenbush
& Sons,
Shoniger, Estey
and Wesley.
We can save you
25 per cent on
Dress Goods, Laces,
Embroideries and
Notions.
We carry thebest
Shoes in the state,
all Selz make, and
can save you 25 per
cent.
We can save you
50 per cent on La
dies' Cravenettes,
Skirts, and Covert
Jackets.
We can save you
money on all goods. /f\
iTinnton, Minn.
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Farm Implements
Our stock is complete. If you are In need of anything in that line
we will be pleased to have you call. Prices and terms are right.
Our Leaders Are
Van Brunt Single Disc Drills.
The Genuine T. G. Mandt Wagons.
Moline Sulky and Walking Plows,
Moline Disc Harrows,
Toga Steel Frame Harrows.
All kinds of Buggies, Spring Wagons, Single
and Double Harness.
Agents for the best Cream Separator made
The "De Laval."
EVENS HARDWARE CO.
The New Domestic
SEWING MACHINES
The Wonder ofthe Age. Two Machines in One.
Makes a Lock Stitch or a Chain Stitch at your pleasure.
Mew Home Sewing Machines!
No machines better than the New Home and Domestic.
Estey,
Hamilton,
Wesley
and
Monarch.
We will guarantee to save you
money. Call In and see our
goods before buying. We can
make terms to suit purchaser.
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