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JC3* Farm Fireside.
Gleanings by Our Country
I Correspondents
BLUE HILL.
Mrs. Orahood is on the sick list.
Jalmer Newman is very sick this
week.
Otto Barneke is pressing a car load
of hay.
News is very scarce this week.
Everyone very busy.
Fred Barneke has purchased a new
four-horse potato digger.
W. H. Thompson made another trip
to Milaca with a load of melons.
Frank Williams has had a very sore
eye caued by getting some powder in
it while firing a gun
GREENBUSH.
Threshing in this section is in full
swing.
The potato crop is not as good as
was expected.
School opened in district 5 on Sep
tember 6 with a good attendance.
Several boys and girls of this place
are attending the Princeton schools.
Miss Annie Larson has returned
ro Princeton, where she has been
visiting friends.
Nat E. Young of Dalbo gave a very
interesting moving picture show in
the school house which was much ap
preciated.
Mrs. Andrew J. Peterson was on the
sick list last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Robideau were
callers at Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Uglem's
Sunday.
Clyde and Gordon Robideau are
attending the Princeton school again
this year.
Arthur Peterson has purchased a
new automobile. Arthur is a first
class chauffeur.
Nels Robideau and son, Ralph, re
turned from the fair last Thursday.
Ralph reports a good time.
Frank Grow conducted the Prince
ton hotel while his brother, C. A.,
attended the state fair. Frank makes
a good hotel keeper.
Co With a Rush
The demand for that wonderful
stomach, liver and kidney cure, Dr.
King's New Life Pillsis astounding.
C. A. Jack says he never saw the
like. It's because they never fail to
cure stomach, constipation, indiges
tion, biliousness, jaundice, sick head
ache, chills and malaria. Only 25c.
Mr. Caen and Owen Bracken of Inspector Perdomo of the Duluth im-
Greenbush visited at Mrs. Marie migration office has taken him to New
Rottier's on Tuesday
School in the Wheeler district com
menced last Monday with Miss Mc
Cormick of St. Cloud as teacher.
Mrs. Henry Maggart has returned
to her home at Princeton after spend
ing a week or two at Tom Belair's.
Night On Bald mountain.
On a lonely night Alex. Benton of
Fort Edward, N. Y., climbed Bald
Mountain to the home of a neighbor,
tortured by asthma, bent on curing
him with Dr. King's New Discovery,
that had cured himself of asthma.
This wonderful medicine soon relieved
and quickly cured his neighbor.
Later it cured his son's wife of a se
vere lung trouble. Millions believe
it's the greatest throat and lung cure
on earth. Coughs, colds, croup,
hemorrhages and sore lungs are
surely cured by it. Best for hay
fever, grip and whooping cough. 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar
anteed by C. A. Jack.
DISTRICT NO. 50.
Johnson is building a new pota
to cellar with a chicken house over it.
Elias Fiero and family were in at
tendance at the district 50 Sunday
school
Potatoes are not turning out as
good as was expected earlier in the
season.
Julius Egge returned from Dakota
last week and will remain at home for
a while.
James Brown is preparing to move
onto his farm near town, his old home
where he was raised.
Miss Annie Pape is staying with
Mrs. Wm. Franklin while Mr. Frank
lin is away threshing.
Campbell Bros, will start their corn
husker about November
happens to prevent it.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
visiting their aunt,
Campbell, over Sunday.
B. Mitchell and family and Miss
Flosgrude were callers at the
Campbell home Sunday.
Baldwin must be the banner town
for grain if you can judge by the
number of machines heading in there.
We noticed preparations being made
for housekeeping over in district 7
the other day. Hope it may ma
terialize.
Frank Lafavor had oats that yield
ed 50 bushels per acre and wheat that
went 18 bushhels. Very good for
sandy land.
1 if nothing
Adams were
Mrs. C. L.
If your farm is for sale, list it with
Robt. H. King and he will find you a
buyer. 6-tf
State News.
Three hundred and twenty thousand
people attended the state fair and the
gate receipts amounted to $20,000 over
those of last year.
President Taft will be in the twin
cities this week. He will be banqueted
by the Commercial club of Minne
apolis and hold a reception at the
state capitol, St. Paul.
Governor Johnson underwent an
other operation at the Mayo hospital
yesterday., The governor is quoted
as saying that the operation is not for
appendicitis but the removal of com
plications which have arisen.
Frank Montalto, who is alleged by
the United States immigration
authorities to be a member of the
'Black Hand," has been deported.
York, from where he will be sent to
Italy.
The state board of forestry has de
cided to use $2,000 in improving Itasca
park, the state forest reservation at
the head waters of the Mississippi.
The construction of a new fire break
will take a part of this amount. Dur
ing the summer $2,000 was spent on
improvements.
After piling fifty sacks of iour
about the safe in the postoffice at
Hatfield, six miles south of Pipestone,
yeggmen blew open the safe, com
pletely demolishing it and securing
the contents, amounting to $55 of the
money order branch of the office, over
$40 in stamps of small denominations
and a small sum belonging to Post
master Edward Zimmerman.
Working in a generally northwester
ly direction from the government dam
at Lake Winnibigoshish, Soo engi
neers are camped on the south shore
of Little Bass lake, about two miles
east of the north shore of Lake
Bemidji, where they are completing
an air-line survey (with slight devia
tion), which may be used by the Soo
in its proposed route from a point
near Thief River Falls to Moose lake,
near Duluth. While the route that is
being surveyed by this party may
never be graded, nor a foot of steel
may never be laid along the line
staked out, yet the points selected are
desirable and would admit of easy
construction of a railway.
The Road to Success
has many obstructions, but none so
desperate as poor health. Success
today demands health, but Electric
Bitters is the greatest health builder
the world has ever known. It com
pels perfect action of stomach, liver,
kidneys, bowels, purifies and enriches
the blood, and tones and invigorates
the whole system. Vigorous body
and keen brain follow their use. You
can't afford to slight Electric Bitters
if weak, run-down or sickly. Only
50c. Guaranteed by C. A. Jack.
Boarding: School for Little Boys
This new school which was opened
about two years ago, started its third
term with a favorable attendance.
The necessity of having a separate
school for small boys is apparent to
all thinking parents and to provide
such a school for youths was the in
tention of the Sisters of St. Joseph,
when they opened St. Bernard's Hall.
The new institution is a modern
building located on the banks of a
beautiful lake in Avoca, Minn. The
climate is excellent and with the
spacious ground surrounding, pro
vision is made for all things needful
for a boy's comfort as well as for
sports pleasing to him.
In addition to the usual athletics,
military drill under the direction of
Professor Brady, an experienced
military teacher, is conducted twice a
week.
Parents who for any reason, desire
to place their young sons in school
away from home are invited to corre
spond with the Mother Superior.
They are assured in advance that
they can entrust their children to the
care of the Sisters and rest confident
that these children will receive efficient
instruction, thorough training, kind
and watchful care and a happy home
life. 38-3t
If you want to sell or rent your
land call on or write to Uglem Co. at
Long Siding. They have a number
of inquiries for land. 23-tf
Church Topics &
Sunday and Weekday
Announcements.
!MM
GERMAN LUTHERAN.
A German Lutheran service will
be held next Sunday at 3 p. m., in the
Swedish Lutheran church at Prince
ton by Rev. A. O. Strauch.
METHODIST.
by
the
Morning service, 10:30, sermon
the pastor to the young people of
Sunday school, subject, "The Rising
Generation." Evening, at 7:30 Mr.
Heard will lecture, subject, "That
Girl." No charge. Boys are especi
ally invited. Epworth league, 6:30
Sunday school, 12 m.
SWEDISH LUTHERAN.
Morning service in Livonia church,
Zimmerman, September 19, at 10:30
o'clock. Sunday school at 12 o'clock.
The sacrament of the holy com
munion and reception of new members
will occur on Sunday, October 17.
Application for membership can be
made next Sunday and also registra
tion for the communion.
Philemon Holland
The following sketch of the iiie of
the late P. Holland, who died on Sep
tember 2, has been handed to the
Union with a request that it be
published.
Philemon Holland was one of the
early settlers of Minnesota. He was
born on September 22, 1833, in Ports
mouth, Massachusetts. During his
early childhood he went, with his
parents, to Vermont. In 1855 he
came to Minnesota and took up his
residence at Elk River, where he re
mained one year, when he moved upon
a claim at Santiago. There he re
mained until 1866, when he located at
Glendorado, where he owned one of
the finest stock farms in the valley.
He was instrumental in the organiza
tion of the township of Glendorado
and was one of its first supervisors.
Several other town offices were also
held by him. He moved to Princeton
in 1896 and remained here until called
by death.
Mr. Holland was married on August
25, 1860. to Miss Lucy Hunt of Michi
gan, and four children were born of
the union, three of whom are living,
viz., Mrs. Caroline Noel, Monticello:
William P. Holland, Santiago, and
Mrs. Hattie Mott, Princeton. Mrs.
Mary M. Crossman died some years
ago. Mrs. Holland survives her
husband.
The deceased was a hard working,
honest man, a kind husband and
father and a good neighbor.
ID Memoriam.
Whereas, it has pleased God, in his
infinite wisdom, through his earthly
messenger, inexorable death, to visit
us and remove from our midst our
esteemed brother, Delbert Slaback,
and
Whereas, the Intimate relations held
during his earthly existence of the de
ceased brother with the members of
local union No. 597, International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers of
Minneapolis, Minn., make it our
solemn duty to express our esteem for
his manly worth, and deep sorrow at
the loss, and of the still heavier loss
sustained by those dearest and near
est to him. Therefore, be it
Resolved, that the sudden removal
of such a brother from our midst
leaves a vacancy and a shadow that
will be deeply felt by all members of
this local union and his friends that,
in deep sympathy with the afflicted
relatives of our deceased brother, we
express an earnest hope that even so
great a bereavement may be over
ruled for the greatest good, and we
bow in humble submission to God's
will. And be it further
Resolved, that our charter be
draped for a period of thirty days as
a testimonial of the respect and es
teem in which our late brother was
held by his fellow members, and that
these resolutions be spread upon the
minutes of the local union, and that a
copy be sent to his bereaved family,
and a copy sent to our official journal
for publication.
J. J. Neville,
Prank Fisher,
T. J. Andreson, Committee
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
THUS FBUTCETOy TJKION? THURSDAY: SJSPTEMBEB Teff09.
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15c per Bottle
$1. 50 per Doz.
A all drug stores
FOR SALE AT ARMITAGESJ
The Man Who Makes Goo
Ladies' and Misses' $10 00 and $12 00 Cloaks,
Mark's price
Ladies' Chiffon Broadcloth Coats with a Skinner satin
lining of the newest auto makes, $20 and
$25 values. Mark's price
Ladies' Tailored Suits, $30 00 and $35.00
values, Mark's price
$15.00 and $20 00 Ladies' Suits, perfect beau
ties in all shades, Mark's price.
Men's Pure Worsted Suits in the newest shades, hand
made collars and button holes, sold in the 4 A /v
twin cities at $15 00, Mark's price. 1U.UU
Traction Engine Owners, Take Notice
All owners of traction engines are
hereby notified that unless they com
ply with the statute, which requires
them to lay planks over bridges and
street crossings for their engines to
pass over, they will be dealt with
according to law.
By order of Village Council.
*lne Quality Apples
Now is the time to secure them
while they are plentiful and the prices
are down. These apples a^e mostly
of the Wealthy variety and may be
obtained at any of the grocery or fruit
stores or at the car on track at depot.
Prices, $1.10 per bushel basket.
George Neely.
Auction Scale.
A public auction will be held on the
farm of Christ Nelson in section 27,
town of Bogus Brook, on Wednesday,
September 29, commencing at 10
o'clock a. m. At that time will be
offered for sale 12 good milch cows,
a number of other cattle, team of
work horses, farm machinery,
vehicles, and a quantity of household
goods. Farmers'wives would do well
to attend this sale in consequence, of
the furniture which is to be disposed
of. "A lunch will be served at noon.
M. M. Stroeter will conduct the sale.
To Inspect Koads of Europe.
George W. Cooley, state engineer
and secretary of the highway com-
8c and 10c Outing Flannel, mill ends, as long
as it lasts, Mark's price..
Girls' $8.00 and $10.00 Cloaks,
Mark's price
8.00
_e satin
15.00 18.00
.12.00
mission, will inspect European roads
as an official agent of Minnesota.
His trip will extend over a period of
two months. He will spend a few
weeks in Norway and Sweden, inspect
ing the roads there, and will then
journey into southern Europe, visit
ing France, Germany and other
countries. He will spend all his time
inspecting roads, conversing with
road officials and studying road sys
tems, and upon his return will report
his findings to the highway com
missioners.
For Sale.
For sale, my agency for the Mc
Connon remedies, comprising Sher
burne and Benton counties, also my
residence property consisting of a
new eight-room house and barn 16 by
40 feet. Am going west and property
must be sold at once. Apply to
Allen E. Hayes, Princeton 38-tf
To the (armerg
If you are looking for bucks or ewes
call on me. I have a number of fine
ones for sale at reasonable prices.
Call at meat market
L. C. Hummel, Princeton.
Alan Wanted.
I want a married man to work on a
farm. State particularsnumber in
family, age, etc.
J. F. Malone,Page,"Minn.
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r-i&ifrk.
OTHER LOVE watches and mentally records every
&ep other baby's physical and mental growth, but the
human brain is not always the moSt infallible recorder
of events. Left the passing years efface these memories
a mother should keep a written record of her baby's history.
BABY RECORD BOOK
A bdok for this purpose, beautifully designed and illustrated,
and containing no advertising, is yours practically for the
asking. This book is a creation of the Graphic Artiits. In size
it is ox 10 inches, bound in mode shade cloth, decorated in gold,
and contains thirty-six pages of which seventeen are full page
drawings in colors of child-life, by Verona Busby Dobbin,
famous as an iterator and particularly known for her studies
ot children. The other pages consist of forms covering events of
importance from birth on through babyhood, in which may
be* entered dates, data and memoranda concerning this
interesting period of development This book is a model of the
bookmakers and artisYs craft. It is impossible to explain its
superior quality here suffice to say that such a book would
coa at least $2.00 at any bookstore.
Send 25c to cover cosl of handling and mailing and
tour caps from bottles of Digeslo Malt Extract and we will
mail you the book FRE E.
DIGESTO MALT EXTRACT
For Nursing Mothers, Tired Housewives, Convalescent*
and Those in a Run Down Condition
A CONCENTRATED LIQUID FOOD AND TONIC
Manufactured by
Theo. Hamm Brewing Co.
SAINT PAUL
MINNESOTA
DRUG STORE
Mark's Great Bargain Store
Wholesale Prices at Retail
Ready for Service Apparel
of the highest quality for fall and winter. After
months of my sharp cash buying of the best manu
facturers, I claim the best selection of ready-to
wear garments for men, ladies and children.
I know that I am more insistent than others up
on perfection of small details in clothes. When I
go to the market 1 buy from the best manufactur
ers only, and I pay spot cash for every dollar's
worth I buy. I therefore buy from 25 to 35 per
cent cheaper than others, and I gi\e the benefit to
all my customers. When I go to buy goods I make
an effort to look everybody's line over, and it is to
your benefit to look me over before purchasing
elsewhere. Below I only mention a few of my
bargains
nit HI ijui,! to y*i. i, j^in
GDK,
HOW TO OBTAIN IT
5c
$5.00
Ask to be shown Mark's Special Tailored
Suit for.
Boys' Two-Piece Suit, $3.50 value,
Mark's price
All Wool Two-Piece Suits, the newest shades,
$5.00 and $6.00 values, Mark's price
How about shoes? The name Selz means a guar
antee with each pair, and a saving of from 50c to $1.00
on each pair of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
Ladies' All Wool Coat Sweaters,
$5 00 values, Mark's price.
fT0t
c^ $* *-t
15.00
.2.00
4.00
.2.50 3.00
A DANGEROUS MISTAKE
Princetan Mothers Should Not Neglect
Kidney Weakness In Children.
Most children have weak kidneys.
The earliest warning is bed-wetting.
Later comes backache, headache,
languor. 'Tis a mistake to neglect
these troubles: to blame the child for
its own distress. Seek to cure the
kidneyssave the child from deadly
kidney ills. Doan/s Kidney Pills
cure sick kidneys.
Mrs. Frank Dimmick, S. First Ave.,
Anoka, Minn., says: "My son had
kidney complaint from infancy. He
was unable to retain the kidney secre
tions which weakness caused much
annoyance. I gave him many rem
edies, but he received no satisfac
tory relief until Doan's Kidney Pills
were used. After he had taken the
contents of one box, the kidneys were
restored to a normal condition. I
heartily recommend Doan's Kidney
Pills in return for the benefit they
have brought my boy."
For sale by all dealers.
Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
United States.
Remember the nameDoan'sand
take no other.

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