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8 i U/ye Farm Fireside. Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents. f ZIMMERMAN. to Mr. Varley made a business trip Minneapolis last week. Dave Bridge of Park Rapids spent a few days of last week with friends and relatives here. Mrs. Sarah Bell went to Elk River Saturday and returned on the evening train. Chas. lliff, Mr. Varley and |Mr. Magney rode the Rebekah goat Satur day night. The goat must be a good one if it came out all right after Mr. Ihff's ride. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchett took the train for Anoka Monday and came back the same day. Dr. C. F. Walker, the dentist, is in town for a few days. His office is in Mr. Rosenberg's building. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whittemore of Elk Rher came up Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Iliff. Ed. Wnght came down from Prince ton Monday, where he has made a two weeks' \isit with his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Alstein. Henry Svvanson went to Saturday and leturned Henry says he went down goods for his store, but there must be some other attraction there. The band boys, accompanied by several of their friends, held a concert at Spencer Brook on Friday evening. In spite of the unfavorable weather there was a good attendance and the band boys are very loud in their praise of the Spencer Brook people's hospitality, every member voting it one of the best towns to visit in this vicinity. C. Van the city Monday, to order To relieve constipation, clean out the bowels, tone and strengthen the digestive organs, put them in a natural condition with Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea, the most re liable tonic for thirty years. 35 cents. Tea or tablets. C. A. Jack. BLUE HILl Miss Grace Thompson has returned from her \isit at Milaca. Philip Boehm is engaged in extract ing stumps from his land. Chas Brande and W. H. Thompson have been pulling stumps the past week. Gus Kohlman and Frank Morrill delivered cattle at Princteon on Monday. Chas. Lameraux will assist his brother-in-law, Mr Horton, with his spring work. Mrs, Ljdia York of Princeton is visiting the families of Fred Barneka and M. Johnson. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea tones the stomach, stimulates the lazy li\er strengthens the bowels and makes their action easy and natural. The best tonic for the whole system. o5 cents, tea or tablets C. A Jack. NEW GERMANY. William Johnson of Illinois is visit ing with August Schmidt. E. H. Sellhorn returned from a trip to Minneapolis last Saturday. Paul Reissig, in full dress uniform, attended the surprise party at Capt. Caley's. Miss Annie Jaenicke has been on the sick list for the past week but is around again Tne dance at Long Siding on Satur day evening was well attended and all had a good time. Miss Minnie Jaenicke and sister Freda weie pleasant callers at Mr. Wetter's on Sunday. Miss Freda Schmidt, who is work ing at P. L. Roadstrom's, was home for a visit on Sunday. John Miller and family from Minne apolis have bought and moved onto the Wm. Schimming farm. While burning over his meadow fire accidentally destroyed the vacant house and barn belonging to Mr. Weint. Our genial mail carrier, Frank Walker, is entitled to a gold medal. Any man that had the courage to face all of the late bad weather and still smile is a hero from the ground up. Harry Johnson returned home from Cripple Creek, Colorado, after a four years' sojourn in the Rockies. While west Harry had his eye teeth cut and also gathered in considerable coin of the realm. A Cali ornlan's The luckiestf day ofLuck my life was when I bought a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve," writes Charles F. Budahn of Tracy, California. "Two 25c. boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles, which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment." Sold under guarantee at C. A. Jack's drug store. LONG SIDING. The hop on Saturday night was a scucess. The Long Siding baseball team played the Glendorados on Sunday with the result that the Siding won in a score of 20 to 2. The Uglem company received a car load of lime this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fox and family moved to Princeton on Monday. John Uglem left yesterday for Swift Current, Canada, to look after his land. Mrs. Henry Uglem and family left yesterday for an extended visit in the southern part of the state. Don't be backward in taking your cream and milk to the West Branch creamery, where you will get the high est cash prices and the highest test. The World's Best Climate is not entirely free from disease, on the high elevations fevers prevail, while on the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or less ex tent, according to altitude. To over come olimate affections lassitude, malaria, jaundice, biliousness, fever and ague, and general debility, the most effective remedy is Electric Bitters, the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness, nervousness, and insomnia. Sold under guarantee at C. A. Jack's drug store. Price 50c. OXBOW. Mrs. John Gates \isited Mrs. Ida Fogg of Princeton last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Bockoven were Sunday guests at the home of F. Bockoven. The family of P. O. Anderson was entertained last Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dehn. Miss Thacher, who taught the school in district 32, went away last Fiiday on the morning train. Several of the Oxbow boys attended the dance at the M. B. A. hall on Saturday night and report a good time. Mrs. Ernest Radeke left last Friday for a visit of a few days at the home of her brother, Henry Myers, of St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Boyn, who recently returned from Washington, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steeves last Saturday. Warner Brooks, who has recently taken the Watkins' agencv for Kana bec county, will remove his family to Pine City the last of this week. The Oxbow local A. S. of E. met in regular session last Tuesday evening. The minutes of the St. Paul conven tion held in March were read at this meeting. Mr. Taylor of Greenbush was in this vicinity last Friday putting in lightning arresters for those whose phones were not already supplied with them. A couple of the farmers living east of Oxbow were in Princeton last Sat urday and had some trouble in getting to their homes. In fact one of the men got lost out of the wagon and did not reach his home until Sunday morning. On examination by experts at the state university the brain of the dog which was killed about two weeks ago was found to contain germs of rabies, which must be conclusive proof that the animal was mad, but so far we have not learned of any of the stock which was bitten being affected by the disease. It Reached the Spot Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns a large general store at Omega, O., and is president of the Adams County Tele phone Co., as well as of the Home Telephone Co. of Pike county, O., says of Dr. King's New Discovery: "It saved my life once. At least I think it did. It seemed to reach the spotthe very seat of my coughwhen everything else failed." Dr. King's New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot it heals the sore spots and the weak spots in throat, lungs and chest. Sold under guarantee at C. A. Jack's drug store. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. SPENCER BROOK. One of N. A. Messer's horses dropped dead while plowing on Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. King of Prince ton called on friends at the Brook Tuesday. R. Bolstridge of the Brook will move into his new store this week in Bradford. The ladies' Aid society will meet at Mrs. W. A. Smith's on Thursday afternoon, May 7. Jay Smith and L. Clough were over to Cambridge playing ball with the Princeton team Sunday. We are glad to hear that Mrs. Ida Clough of Cambridge is much better after two weeks of sickness. Rev. Keast of Cambridge held ser vices Tuesday evening at the Metho dist church. He will preach every two weeks. The band boys of Zimmerman gave a concert and dance in the M. W. A. hall on Friday night. They had a fine time. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Burglund were surprised on Sunday by a number of their neighbors. The surprise was in the nature of a farewell party as Mr. mmmmm THE PBXNTCETON UNIORs and Mrs. Burglund expect to move onto their farm at Bruno this month. Refreshments were served at noon. A quiet wedding took place at the hotel Tuesday afternoon, when Chas. Sausser and Miss Briggs of Princeton were united in marriage by Rev. Gustave Hall. Bad Attack of Dysentery Cared. "An honored citizen of this town was suffering from a severe attack of dysentery. He told a friend if he could obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, he felt confident of being cured, he having used this remedy in the west. He was told that I kept it in stock and lost no time in obtaining it, and was promptly cured," says M. J. Leach, druggist, of Wolcott, Vt. For sale by Princeton Drug Co. THREE CORNERS. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George Pat ten, a son. Mr. Erickson is hauling lumber for a new barn. Miss Agatha Parks was at home from Friday to Monday. Rev. Running of Wyanett held ser vices Sunday morning and evening in the Swedish church. Miss Ruth Johnson has gone to Minneapolis to spend a few weeks with friends and relatives. Roy and Ralph Fiercf have pur chased a new team and harness. Now, girls get ready for a buggy ride. For a burn or a scald apply Cham berlain's Salve. It will allay the pain almost instantly and quickly heal the injured parts. For sale by Princeton Drug Co. For hale. Sixty acres of land on the north side of beautiful Spectacle lake, in the town of Wyanett, Isanti county. Ten acres newly broken. For the past three years the owner received $80 annually for the rent of this land. The ground is fenced with barbed wire. Price, $22 per acre if taken soon. Address, 20-4t E. Bjorkquist, Milaca, (Minn. For Service The Percheron stallion Lorrent, registered No. 44,676, weight 1,800 pounds, imported from France in 1902 by Dunham, Fletcher & Collum of Wayne, 111. Stands at Kaliher's livery barn, Princeton. Thos. and Michael Kaliher, owners. 20-3t For Service. Buckskin stallion owned by Ed. Hamilton, half Morgan and half Ham bletonian. Stands at T. J. Kaliher's barn, Princeton. 20-3t OTirstPub May?) Citation for Hearing on Final Account and for Distribution. ESTATE OF JAMES LOCHREN State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs In Probate Court In the matter of the estate of James Lochren, 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 abo-ve named decedent, having filed in this court his nnal account of the administration of the estate of said decedent together with his petition pray ing for the adjustment and allowance of said final account and for distribution of the resi due of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled 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 8th day of June 190S at 1 clock why said petition should not be granted Witness the Judge of said Court, and the Seal of said Court this 6th day of Mav, 190b S BRIGGS (Court Seal) Probate Judge A RObS Attorney for Petitioner, Princeton Minn (First Pub May?) Citation for Hearing on Petition to Sell, Mortgage or Lease Land. ESTATE OF OLIVE BARKER State of Minnesota, county of Mille Lacs In Probate Court In the matter of the estate of Olive Bar ker decedent The state of Minnesota to all persons inter ested in the sale of certain lands belonging to said decedent The petition of John W. Goulding as rep resentative of the above named decedent, be ing duly filed in this court representing that it is necessary and for the best interests of said estate and of all interested therein that certain lands of said decedent described there in be sold, and praying that a license be to John \V Goulding granted to sell the same. Now therefore you, and each of you, are here by cited and required to show cause, if any you have, before this court at the probate court rooms in the court house the village of Princeton in the county of Mille Lacs state of Minnesota, on the 1st aay of June, 1908, at one o'clock why the prayer of said peti tion should not be granted Witness the Judge of said court, and the seal of said court, this 6th day of May, 1908 S BRIGGS. (Court Seal) Judge of Probate Judge. CHAS A DICKE Attorney for Petitioner If you are about to have an AUCTION consult M. M. STROETER Princeton, Minn. All paper taken at sales with No Discount. Inquire at First National Bank. The Rural Telephone Co. THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE. Lines to Dalbo, Cambridge, Santi ago. Freer and Olendorado. Good Service in Princeton and to all adjoining points. We connect with tho Northwestern Long Distance Telephone. Patronize a Home Concern. Service Day and Night. THURSDAY, MAT 7, 1908. ^r Men's Work Shoes Men's' Dress Shoes k\ Boys' Shoes School Shoes 7 Ladies' Oxfords Zj Vici Kid and Fancy All Patent 0 Leather. Your feet will be pleased when you have pur chased a pair of these fancy oxfords For mechanics, farmers, painters, paper hangers, etc., this tag on all garments will insure perfect satisfaction to you 1 -o ^J r- We handle a complete line of General Merchandise. We therefore claim S we can sell you shoes cheaper than others. We have a New and Larger Shoe De- S partment, with a new up-to-date line. And the most to be looked at, the shoes we & fo handle are all Solid Leather Shoes. We will stand right back of every state- ment we make regarding these shoes. And another thing, we do not ask you to 6 pay cash for shoes, for we will accept your Produce at the highest market price W A same as cash. We will be pleased to show our shoes whether you buv or not S '_ $1.49 1.85 2.00 2.25 2.40 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.50 Ladies' Shoes $2.50 3.00 I 3.50 I 4.00 $1.40 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 $1.25 1.40 1.50 1.75 i 2.00 2.50 I 3.00 I 3.50 Men's Mule Skin Shoes, great for comfort E. B. ANDERSON Men, Many Minds"/ In clothes as in everything else. If you are up-to-date why not look the part. The cost to you is no more. Young men especially are pleased with the nifty cut and swagger lines of our garments. The style illustrated is an exceptionally good one. No matter what cut you have in mind we have it. $10.00 to $22.50 Service Suits Many men like a suit for everyday wear, to slip on when coming to town. Something that looks well and does not cost too much money. We have the exact thing you want. $5.00 to $10.00 Workmen's Clothing We carry by far the biggest stock of this wear in town. Avery Clothing House ^r" rjp *'%*'*'msms*^ t** The Avery Clothing House Princeton, Minn. WORKflANSHIP GUARANTEED Lot. Size $1.50 1.75 1.90 2.00 2.2K *7 2.50 3.00 3.25 3.50 .1 i.