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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, May 14, 1908, Image 8

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Gleanings by Our Country
Ed. Thompson has purchased a new
Jess Bemis returned home some
time ago.
Mr. Peterson's family is sick with
Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood spent
Sunday in Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs. Moey were Sunday
visitors at P. Brochman's.
Miss Fullwiler visited at Mrs.
Louis Rocheford's on Monday.
O. J. Almlie's parents and sister
have been here the past few weeks.
Mr. Rusche and family visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Hively Sunday afteroon.
The recent rain has done wonders.
Grass and small grain are growing
Mrs.Greenwood and Mrs. Brochman
spent Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Miss Blanche Douglas was a pleas
ant caller at the Haralson home over
Joo Streift of Lake Elmo paid a
short visit to his sister, Mrs. Peter
Miss Sadie Mailer has returned to
her home after a short visit with
friends and relatives.
Selma Sandquist is home from
Princeton, where she has been work
ing the past few weeks.
Miss Martha Douglas and Ethel
Palmer were visitors at district 7
school a short time ago.
Miss Alice Fullwiler has left for
Minneapolis, where she expects to
stay for an indefinite time.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Grow en
tertained a number of friends and
relatives on Sunday evening.
An enjoyable time was spent at
Sandquist's Saturday night. Waltz
ing was tho chief amusement of the
School district 5 was closed last
week to prevent diphtheria, which is
prevalent in the neighborhood, from
Ben and Sam Haralson, Archie
Taylor and John Vernon are working
on the telephone line to be con
structed from here to Foley.
An excellent ball game was played
Sunday at Freer between two Freer
teams. The winning team made 36
scores and the losing team 1.
The spirit of good will was shown
when some of Louis Solberg's friends
made things hum on his farm one day
this week. Louis is not able to be
out, so they put in his crop for him.
Towards evening the machinery ran
dry as the boys forgot the cylinder oil.
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.
Mis. M. Kaliher and children have
been on the sick list.
Mrs. Rottier has a lady friend visit
ing her from Minneapolis.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
with Mrs. C. W. Taylor, May 20.
Fred Mohaupt. who has been visit
ing his parents, has returned to Min
Mrs. Eldridge Anderson of Prince
ton visited her sister, Mrs. Hortoa,
who is ill.
Albert Mohaupt has returned from
Duluth, where he has been assisting
in his brother's store.
Edwin Johnson has gone to St.
Paul, where he has secured a job on
the state fair grounds.
Nels Johanson has commenced to
build a new brick house on his farm
in northwest Blue Hill.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
tones the stomach, stimulates the lazy
liver strengthens the bowels and
makes their action easy and natural.
The best tonic for the whole system.
35 cents, tea or tablets. C. A. Jack.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Bockoven
visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dibblee
last Sunday.
Ed. Hall has been serving on the
jury at Cambridge during the spring
term of court.
Miss Emma Roadstrom attended
evening services at the Mission
church last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clofus Bulleigh en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Leon Annis
at dinner on Sunday.
Mrs. Everett Hall and little son went
to Anoka last Friday for a visit with
relatives at that place.
On Sunday last Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Steeves were guests at the home of
their son Henry and his wife.
The Carmody creamery is sending
out wagons to gather cream. The
first trip was.made through this neigh
borhood on Thursday last and they
succeeded in getting cream from most
of the farmers in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Bockoven
drove over to Bogus last Sunday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kuhrke.
The young folks are having great
fun hanging May baskets. By the
way, Henry, did you catch those girls?
Mrs. W. A. Brooks was paying a
farewell visit to Oxbow friends on
Thursday before leaving for Pine
Miss Anna Belfanz, who has been
staying with her sister, Mrs. Otto
Henschel for some time, has gone to
Princeton to work at the Commercial
Mrs. Ernest Radeke returned from
St. Cloud on Wednesday evening,
May 6. She reports a very pleasant
visit at the home of her brother and
his wife.
A few new members were taken into
the M. B. A. lodge last Saturday eve
ning. Among the number was Bert
White, who is working for P. O. An
Last Wednesday evening Miss
Myrtle Carr went to Baldwin and re
mained until Saturday. She was the
guest of Miss Alice Hiller, who has
just completed a term of school there.
The Woman's Auxiliary met at the
home of Mrs. Henry Steeves on Thurs
day afternoon and most of the mem
bers were present. A very enjoyable
time was had and some work was
done. Mrs. Steeves served lunch.
The next meeting will be at the home
of Mrs. George Tomlinson on May 21.
The baseball club recently formed
here and which is made up of boys
from Carmody, Oxbow and Germany,
met the Wyanett team and had a game
on the Gus Radeke farm last Sunday.
The former came out victorious, being
one tally ahead. The boys want
someone to suggest a suitable name
for their club.
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.
Mrs. Emil Swartz has been very
the past week.
J. Lawrence came ap from the city
Monday on business.
C. A. Stillman took a horse to the
city last week for Frank Truax.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurtt, Miss O'Conner
and Mr. Varley drove to Big Lake
C. E. Swanson and Fred Nickerson
of Elk River were in town Thursday
on business.
Last week A. W. Perman went to
Duluth as a delegate to the M. W. A.
state convention.
'The Misses Hilda and Anna Norberg
came home from the city Monday for a
three weeks' visit.
M. K. II iff and Carl Parker drove
up from Elk River Friday afternoon
and returned that evening.
Andrew Carter and family moved to
Elk River on Monday, where Andrew
intends to work this summer.
Mr. Wiggins of Rogers and his crew
of men have moved up here to finish
their work on the county ditch.
The Meadow Vale sawing machine
moved into town last week to saw the
logs that the farmers hauled in last
Harry Pratt and Martin Charvat
went hunting Saturday night and
killed four young wolves. They took
them to Elk River on Monday and
received a bounty.
Blue Hill and Zimmerman played a
game of ball on Sunday. Both sides
proved to be good runners, the score
being 14 to 15 in favor of the home
A Calif ornlan's I/uck
"The luckiest day of 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.
August Pinz has had his house nicely
Our charming schoolma'am, Miss
C. Knabel, visited the Carl Johnson
home Saturday.
Robt. Braton has cleared and
grubbed one corner of his forty. Bob
is a first-class farmer.
Pohl & Sons are doing some
bonanza farming this year. They
have two teams in the field.
Rudolph Lueck has bought a forty
and built a fine little cottage on the
north shore of Boyn's lake.
Several of our young men have
interviewed the briokyard managers
and they report that there is nothing
doing yet.
Some of the boys are trying to get
up a baseball team. That's right,
boys there is nothing like a good
ball team to liven things up.
Bad Attack of Dysentery Cured.
"An honored citizen of this town
was suffering from a severe attack of
dysentery. He told a friend if^ie 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.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Foley of Zimmer
man called on friends Sunday.
Eugene Clough drove to Cambridge
Tuesday to spend a few days with his
Pete Peterson and Mr. Britenfelt of
Isanti called at the Brook Tuesday
while on their way to Princeton.
Miss Kathryne Kaliher of Princeton
came down Friday to visit her sister
Lillian and returned Sunday night.
The Young People's Mission society
will give an entertainment at the
Baptist church on Sunday night, May
Guy McKenney, while pulling
stumps for Andrew Petterson, in some
way got hurt which laid him up for a
H. W. Whiting of Minneapolis came
home Monday to visit his mother and
returned Tuesday evening by the way
of Isanti.
Jay Smith and L. Clough were up
to Princeton Sunday playing ball,
but they did not say how the game
came out.
J. W. Swanbro, who has been
nearly helpless for the past two years
with paralysis, is very low and un
Beecher Moore gave a lecture on
socialism at the M. W. A. hall Mon
day night to quite an audience. He
is a fluent talker.
Miss Olive Clifton and pupils, as
sisted by a few others, will give an
entertainment on Saturday night,
May 16, for the benefit of the church.
Mr. Segar of Syracuse, N. Y., who
owns the farm adjoining the Brook on
the south, was here last week trying to
sell land, but being unable to find a
purchaser he rented it to A. Babb.
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 climate 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.
J. A. Erstad of Freer was here on
business Monday.
The band boys will give another of
their concerts on Saturday night.
John Vernon, who was taken down
with pneumonia on Sunday, is on a
fair road to recovery.
The Long Siding ball team played
a game with a Princeton nine on
Saturday and defeated them.
Oscar and Henning Carlson de
parted for Duluth on Tuesday to take
charge of the yards of the Enterprise
Brick Co.
Last week the West Braneh Cream
ery Co. shipped the largest consign
ment of butter it ever made for this
time of the year. Bring your cream
and milk to the West Branch.
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.
Exceptional Opportunity.
For sale at a bargain, my 7-room
dwelling house, large barn, store
room, corn cribs and five lots. Good
cellar with cement floor, fine well of
water. Desirably located on Main
street. Also my farm of 80 acres
within village limits, between and
mile from depot on' First street
45 acres under cultivation, the re
mainder meadow and pasture. Apply
to Abraham Orr, Princeton, for fur
ther particulars. 21-2t
For Sale.
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, 204t
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
ana misses
3 Oxfords Just
Placed In Stock.
0 Call and See Them.
For mechanics, farmers, painters,
paper hangers, etc., this tag on
all garments will insure perfect
satisfaction to you
The Rural
Telephone Co.
Lines to Dalbo, Cambridge, Santi
ago. Freer and Qlendorado.
jar" Gfood Service In Princeton and to all
adjoining points. We connect with tho
Northwestern Long Distance Telephone.
Patronize a Home Concern.
Service Day and Night.
For Service.
Buckskin stallion owned by Ed.
Hamilton, half Morgan and half Ham
hletonian. Stands at T. J. Kaliher's
barn, Princeton. 20-3t
Ladies' Light Walking Oxfords,
Ladies' Oxfords, extended soles,
Ladies' Patent Leather Oxfords,
Ladies' All Patent Leather Oxfords,
General Merchandise Princeton, Minn.
Ladies' Very Fancy Oxfords, all patent Efl S
leather, college cut, price Wivll
Children's Oxfords of All Kinds.
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.
The Avery Clothing House
Princeton, Minn.
Lot. Size
Avery Clothing House
Angle Worms
are just the things to fish with. We, save you the trouble
of digging for them. See our worms, minnows and buck
tail casting spoons. Get one| of our best braided six-
strand lines, 84 feet long for 9c. Everybody get out
and fish before they are all caught
Armitag'e's Drug Store
One door south of Caley Hardware building on Main Street.-
Dr. Armitage's Office in Odd ^FeJJows' Building.
1.7 5
3.00 i

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