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I &f>e Farm Fireside* Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents 5 DISTRICT NO. 50. We understand that John Bliss has sold his farm. Doffin Egge took in the hand social in Dist. 7 last week. We understand Mr. "Vetsch has traded off his fine drivers. Mrs. C. L. Campbell has been seri ously sick for the last two weeks. Will Campbell returned Tuesday from a visit with friends in the city. F. B. Mitchell and family were vis iting friends in Princeton the other day. H. B. Fisk and wife were visitors at the Mitchell home one day last week. Miss Maggie Looney came up from Anoka foi a few days' visit with her parents. Will Campbell came down from the woods last week having finished work for the winter The teacher in district 50 and some of the scholars took in the social in district 7 last week. We suppose Grandma Haley is re joicing over the return of her son James from the woods. Now's the time to take Rocky Moun tain Tea. It drives out the germs of waiter, builds up the stomach, kidneys and liver. The most wonderful spring tonic to make people well. You'll be surprised with results. 35c, tea or tablets. C. A. Jack. FORESTON. Harry Lockwood's little son is re ported quite ill. Joe Tricky and wife from Bemidji are visiting relatives here. Many cases of scarlet fever are reported around Foreston. The Foreston Social club is going to give a St. Patrick's day dance on March 17. Miss Ida Schultz has returned from a visit to her parents who reside at Ronneby. The recent snowfall has been a boon to the farmers, who are busy now hauling logs to Chase's mill. Miss Eva Neumann is home from Park Rapids, having been called here by the illness of her mother. A series of revival meetings are being held at the M. E. church. Rev. Carter of Ronneby is assisting Rev. McKenzie. Miss Hulda Lindman left Tuesday for Minneapolis to resume work in the position which she has held for a number of years Peter Larson has sold his farm to Mr. Peabody of Canby, who has tak en possession. Mr Larson intends to buy a home in this village. Elmer Carlson, our genial butter maker, is kept pretty busy nowadays owing to Bndgeman & Russell hav ing bought out Low & Lindall's cream stations along the line T. P. Neumann came back Tues day from St Cloud, where he hasper been with his wife who underwent an operation for appendicitis Mrs. Neumann expects to be able to come home next Monday Lnequaled as a Cure for Croup "Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles, Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is unequaled as a cure for croup," says Harry Wil son of Wajnetown, Ind. When given as soon as the croupy cough appears, this lemeuy will prevent the attack. It is used successfully in many thou sands of homes For sale by Prince ton Drug Co OXBOW, Tomlinson Winsor on Mr. and Mrs. George 'entertained Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Annis called on the Misses Ruby and Rena Winsor Sunday. Election day did not seem much of an attraction for the voters of this neighborhood. The ice crop of Oxbow is being harvested by the farmers of the sur rounding locality. Mrs. Lennie Bockoven is visiting at the home of her brother, Otto Kuhrke, and wife. William Stubbs was visiting at Leon Annis' and Lennie Bockoven's Sat urday and Sunday. Misses Ida and Annie Belfanz at tended the dance at the Wyanett hall on Saturday night. Oscar Stark and Miss Blanche Byers of Princeton called on Mr. and Mrs. George Tomlinson Sunday after noon Farmers are utilizing the snow to get as much hauling done as possible. We have heard of some men being so industrious as to haul day and night. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Hall, who has been quite sick with pneumonia, is now convalescing. At the present writing Mr. Hall's mother, who makes her home with the family, is quite ill. ^^^^7^01^0^ LONG SIDING. Bob Chisholm visited the cities last week. Ben Erickson of Milo has been vis iting in Greenbush *t.i rn are visiting i_ thi*s_ neighborhoodi. H. Rasmussen and family have re moved from Grove City onto their farm in Greenbush. The good republicans of Greenbush have organized a Jacobson club a truly good move. Getta and Tilla Uglem of Minnea polis spent Sunday at their parents' home and returned to the city Mon day. Carl Hoeft of Bogus Brook lost his house and furniture by fire last week. The loss was partly covered by insur ance. Robert Guderian of Greenbush, while sharpening a saw for EL Lenz, received an injury from a piece of emery which flew into his eye and went to Minneapolis to have the foreign substance removed. TOLIN Enck Anderson is home from the woods. Mrs. Ole Tohn visited at Maple Ridge Sunday. Mrs. Henri Olson, who has been sick, is somewhat better. John Anderson and T. L. Linton were in Princeton Saturday on busi ness. Miss Carrie Anderson of Carmody is visiting Miss Annie Anderson of Tolin. Andrew Sunberg of Grasston has been here visiting his parents the past ten days. C. T. W. Krienke has been in Ogil vie the past week putting up ice for2,000 his creamery. Wilbur Mitchell, a brother of Mrs. Dan Wendt, has been visiting her the past two weeks. P. Vallian and son Arthur are home from the woods, where they have been working all winter. Best Healer a The World. Rev. F. Starbird of East Raymond, Me, says: I have used Bucklen's Arnica Salve for several years, on my old army wound, and other obsti nate sores, and find it the best healer in the world. I use it too with great success in my veterinary business." Price 25c. at C. A. Jack's drug store. WYANETT. Wellington King returned Saturday from a business trip to the cities. Mrs. E. A. Taylor called on Mrs.have Isaac Martin last Wednesday after noon Miss Edna Lowell has a very severe attack of pneumonia but is slightly better at present. A wagon load of people from here attended the play at the Brook Mon day evening. Pretty good. We would be glad to go again. Mrs. Ira Colburn and Joseph Swan bro are again on the sick list. Mr. Swanbro has been sick for quite a while but is worse at present. Be sure and come to the oyster sup at Maurice Thompson's, Friday February 13. Gentlemen are to fur nish oysters and crackers and the ladies cake and sandwiches. Everyone is cordially invited to the entertainment at district 46. Ladies and girls be sure and bring baskets, for this is to be one of those good old basket socials. The time is Saturday, March 14, at 8 o'clock p. m. Owing to bad weather, many were prevented from attending the leap year party at Isaac Martin's. About twenty-five were present. A pleasant evening was spent with the phono graph, games, music, etc. After light refreshments all went home in the small hours. Barley. A large lot of prime seed barley now on sale at the Caley Hardware Co. 's store. GLENDORADO. Rev. Langseth is very sick. Lizzie Stowe is visiting her parents. The choir will practice next Sunday afternoon. A new building is being erected in Glendorado. Carl and Willie Ness were in Prince ton last week. Miss Etta Stay visited her people here last week. Miss Ida Rogers called on her Princeton friends for a few days last week. More than 1,500 cords of bolts have been hauled to the Glendorado*"head ing mill. The Young People's society is prac ticing for an entertainment to be given in the spring. Knute Kittilson and Emma Rusness visited Princeton on Monday to con sult a dentist. Several of the young people at tended the surprise party on Mrs. Paul Paulson of Santiago. Olof Anderson called on Princeton people last Saturday and while on his way home one of his horses dropped dead. THE PRINCETON UNIONF THUBSDAY, MARCH 12, 190& Hon. C. A. Hunck has sold out his business at Duelm, Benton county, and will remove to Texas this fall.- Farmers took advantage of the recent snow flurry to haul logs to Albert and Rose Berg of Wyanett Elmer Whitney's saw mill, some com ingr from a distance of fan an twelv-e. miles. But the mild weather has spoiled the roads and put an end to log-hauling for this winter. A week or ten days of good sleighing would be worth hundreds of dollars to the AL si_i i in frnm a. ^iofanno onrd i..l f"arm 0f thirs"7icinTty The Good Templar lodge of Wyanett will hold its fifth annual jubilee and entertainment in the M. B. A. hall on Sunday evening, March 22. The entertainment will commence at 8 o'clock and the program will consist of vocal and instrumental music, recitations, speeches and tableaux. Supper may be obtained in the hall after the entertainment. Admission, 15 and 25 cents. The little hamlet of Cove is acquir ing an unenviable reputation, and one individual is the cause of it all. Commenting on a suit for false im prisonment instituted by a resident of that place the St. Cloud Journal Press remarks: "This is only one of the many cases which have recently been brought by two factions in that vicinity. Actions for libel, assault and using abusive language have become common occurrences." Kopp & Bartholomew are advertis ing their new spring goods in this number of the i on Their ad will give you an inkling of what they have, but the stock is so immense that you can form but a remote idea unless you visit the store. There you will find everything in up-to-date clothing, gent's furnishings and a splendid assortment of fabrics for suits made to measure. You should visit the store without delay and embrace the opportunity there afforded. The little girls constituting the Wide-Awake club were unfortunate in having very inclement weather for their social last Friday evening, and the attendance was consequently not nearly as large as it would otherwise been. These little girls are per forming an excellent work of love and deserve to be liberally patronized whensoever they give a social or en tertainment. Their mission is to make brighter the lives of little children by visiting them when they are sick and taking to them flowers or, where neces sary, assisting them financially. County Commissioner Potts repre sented Mille Lacs county officially at the recent good roads convention in St. Paul and, judging from a state ment over his own signature published in the Wahkon Enterprise, he was not very favorably impressed with the speeches he heard. Mr. Potts, how ever, offers a good suggestion, that the county commissioners appoint the county surveyor as superintendent of highways and that he supervise the work performed on the state road only at so much per day for time actually expended in such supervision. \4ir Mr \kt \h 0/ VI) \J) \h ito i*/ \l/ \i/ xh ito it/ \to ill \to R. D. Byers returned from his Cali fornia trip last Saturday. Bob had$ a pleasant visit with his father at Los Angeles and reports him in fairly good health. He also met Mr. and Mrs. R. F. McClellan and Mr. and Mrs. George Loring and A. J. Cater while out there. Mr. Byers attended the picnic given by the Minnesota colony at Los Angeles where over former residents of this state were present. \ii to to A surprise party was given to Mrs.Practical Lamb of Greenbush on Tuesday even ing in honor of her forty-fourth birth day anniversary. Thirty people were present, including eight from Prince ton. There were recitations, songs, and a reading by Wm. McVicar, the tragedian then followed a guessing contest in which Miss prize and R. Sutton second. When refreshments were served it was found that several notables were present, including Ted Roosevelt, Bill Taft, Bill Bryan, Grover Cleveland and Jake Jacobson. Mrs. Lamb received a pretty double-globe lamp as a present. The party was planned by Mrs. A. M. Davis and Mrs. Mathis. Seeds. Youths9, $ to You may think it is too early talk about seed for the coming seed ing but w want to reminu you tha we of garden and field seeds ever shown in Princeton. Call for prices. Caley Hardware Co. uuu we wuu tu cnact have the largest and choicest line Their Kindness Appreciated. We take this means of expressing our sincere gratitude to our neighbors and friends who so liberally assisted us-"financially and otherwise at the time our beloved boy was taken from us by death. Especially do we thank the members of the Wyanett Good Templars lodge for their charitable acts and expressions of heartfelt sym pathy. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rust. A Pleasaat Ftayslo. When you want a pleasant physic give Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial. They are mild and gentle in their action and always produce a pleasant cathartic effect. Call at Princeton Drug Co.'s drug store for a free sample. Church Topics sat a* 4, Sunday and Weekday Announcements. METHODIST. Morning, 10:30, sermon, "Paying the Price evening 7:30, "Riches." This is the last service before the big union meetings and a large attend ance is desired. CONGREGATIONAL. Next Sunday the last of our regular services till after the evangelistic meetings will be held. All are urged therefore to make a special effort to attend. Morning service, 10:30, sub ject of sermon, "The Ethical Rela tions of Healing." Sunday school, 11:45. Evening service, 7:30, subject of sermon, "Vision Mountain and Plain." Special music by Mrs. Cooney, Mrs. Soule and the young people's choir. Greatest spring tonic, drives out all impurities. Makes the blood rich. Fills you with warm, tingling life. Most reliable spring regulator. Huff won first That's Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c,tea or tablets. C. A. Jack. For Sale. My violin and case worth $10 to anyone, original cost was $15 and a set of 15 volumes, entirely new, Americanized Encyclopedia Britan nica, cloth binding. Will sell for one half the original cost. For further particulars call on or write, Ho G. Schimming, Princeton. 12-2tet FoerC 37 Saln rang interest. 4tf W'1 5p t*^ McKibbin Hats The Standard of Hats. E.B.ANDERSON'Smm Princeton, Minnesota. New stock, fine selection, latest and newest styles of McKibbi Hats -a Spring Cap Just arrived at our store and now on display. \i \l l|/ Come and look them over before you buy your spring hat to They come in Black, Grey and Brown in Stiff Hats, Fancy W Soft Hats, Staple Soft Hats, Crushers and Planters for men. $ We Have Them at All Prices. 4. t"0r W W 14 t0WDshi time low ra Sti0 Lon NW S 26 M. S. Rutherford & Co. (First Pub March 12) Citation for Hearing on Final Account and for Distribution. ESTATE OF ALBION HARMON State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs In Probate Court In the matter of the estate of Albion P. Harmon decedent The state of Minnesota to all persons inter ested in the final account and distribution of the estate of said decedent. The representative of the above named de cedent, having filed in this court her final account of the administration of the estate of said decedent, together with her petition pray ing for the adjustment and allowance of said final account and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto en titled, Therefore, you, and each of you, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, before this court at the probate court rooms in the court house, in the village of Princeton, in the county of Mille Lacs state of Minnesota, on the 6th day of April, 1906, at 10 o'clock a why said petition should not be granted Witness the Judge of said court, and the Seal of said court, this 4th day of March, 1908 S BKIGGS, [COUBT SEAL] Probate Judge A Ross, Attorney for Petitioner Boys' and Children's Hats and Caps to In all the McKibbin hats there is a certain snap that the others haven't got. None better known, none better made. 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