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*%*f*^J*,sf^ 8 KW- S3*e Farm Fireside. i Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents S i SPENCER BROOK. Roy Dexter has purchasedM a ne*w wagon from Jay Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tompkins were shopping in Princeton last Monday. Clark Severance will take a trip to the western part of the state this week. J. Chapman and family of Princeton were visiting friends at the Brook last Thursday and Friday. School in the Chapman district was closed a couple of days this week on account of the illness of the teacher, Miss Lila Severance. A man by the name of Storias, whose home is just east of the Oxlip store, fell dead while burning brush on his farm. He seemed to be in good health and his death, it is thought, was due to heart failure. Several years ago the people living in the northern part of Spencer Brook township thought it best to cast their lot with our neighboring town, Wyanett. But lately, the same terri tory has been set back into Spencer Brook and this action is satisfactory to all parties concerned. The northern line of Spencer Brook now extends as far as Ike Martin's and George Patten's on the north side of the river. MMM MMMM Recent frosts have destroyed the fruit crop. The census taker has appeared his many questions. Friday, April 29, do not forget plant a tree, a living monument. N. A. Messer and daughter, Nellie, were Cambridge visitors the 21st inst. Lyle Morton has returned from Minneapolis, where he went to seek employment. The boys have organized a ball team. Some of last year's team will play with the new nine. The dance on Thursday was well attended. Forty numbers were sold. Mrs. Chas. Thompson served supper. A good time is reported. with to Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea never fails to tone the stomach, puri fy the blood, regulate the kidneys, liver and bowels. The greatest spring tonic, makes and keeps you well. 35 cents, tea or tablets. C. A. Jack. BLUE HILt Fred Barneka had a well put under his horse barn last week. John South of Baldwin was calling on friends in Blue Hill on Sunday. Chas. E. Brande spent a few hours at Elk River between trains one day last week. Miss Gertrude Thompson spent Sunday with her parents and returned to her school duties at Princeton on Monday. Gus Kohlman went to Minneapolis last week to look up a market for some potatoes he had, but reported a very light demand. The strawberry crop is about the only beiry crop we will have that is not hurt by the hard freeze and "sass" is liable to be high. Many people are planting their po tatoes and preparing their corn land, and the early spring has enabled most every one to get along with their work amazingly well. All will agree with us that Friday and Saturday of last week were the most disagreeable days of 1910 so far. The high gale from the north un covered many an acre of oats and the hard freeze did not do the crop any good M. Orahood and wife left on Mon day morning for their old home near West Liberty, Ohio, to visit their son and other relatives. They will spend the summer in Union and Logan counties. It is a good many years since Mr. Orahood left Ohio and he will find many changes. We wish them a pleasant visit. There is no cougn medicine so popular as Foley's Honey and Tar. It never fails to cure coughs, colds, croup and bronchits. For sale by all druggists. OXBOW Clarence Emery is working for Geo. Tomlinson, sr. Wm. Gerth and Rev. Lenert called at Ernest Radelrt Saturday evening. Miss Irene Ki enig was visiting Miss Hedwig Radeke Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. Wm. Sleeves spent a few days at the home ot her brother, Walter Dibblee, last week. Oliver Dibblee of Bruno came down on Monday morning's train to visit his brother, Valter Dibblee. Miss Anna ^"eNoughfcon and Miss Mamie Mone^iaws were guests of Mrs. Geo. Carr last Monday. Mrs. Leon Annis and Mrs. Dennis Emery visit fd their cousin, Mrs. Clophus JJuliet^h, last Tuesday. Miss Rosette Hendrix, state presi dent of the W. C. U., will speak at H^^k the M. B. A. hall,tWyanett, on Sun day evening, May 1, and at the Gates' school house on Monday evening, May 2. Fruit buds, flowers and leaves were quite generally killed throughout this section by Friday night's freeze. Several cases of measles are report ed among our neighbors at the south in the Bockoven, or Schmidt, district. Snow covered the ground on Sun day morning. Wonder if it is safe now to call it the last snowstorm for the season? Emil Lundgren lost a very valuable cow last week, the best of his herd. Eating frosted clover was thought to be the cause of her death. A new telephone line is being put up by the Carmody-Tolin Telephone Co. from Carmody to Princeton. About twenty farmers along the route will havej phones put in on this new line. Quite a number of Oxbow people atended the farewell meeting at the Carmody school house last Sunday evening. The ladies who have been preaching there for several weeks are taking a vacation and visiting friends. While Mrs. Wm. Radeke was burn ing trash near her home one day last week her clothing became ignited and she was unable to extinguish the flames but ran to theJiouse for assist ance. Other members of the family came to her aid in time to prevent serious accident. The members of the Woman's Auxil iary were entertained last Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss Myrtle Carr. Miss Anna Roadtsrom, vice president, led the business meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Wm. Schmidt. The work laid out for the afternoon being completed and a bounteous lunch partaken of, the ladies adjourned to meet May 5 at the home of Miss Helga Chalstrom. Val Mott is clearing land on a forty which he recently purchased up in the woods. Digging out stumps with a grub hoe is hard and tedious work, so he got a supply of dynamite to assist in the business. As he was warming several sticks of the stuff in an old pail over a slow fire it went off of its own accord just as he was going to get some of it. Val escaped injury as the explosion seemed to go straight up and he was not near enough to get hurt. Watch For the Comet The Red Dragon of the sky. Watch the children for spring coughs and colds. Careful mothers keep Foley's Honey and Tar in the house. It is the best and safest prevention and cure for croup where the need is urgent and immediate relief a vital necessity. Contains no opiate or harmful drugs. Refuse substitutes. For sale by all druggists. DISTRICT NO. 50. Clover is going to be the winning card in this locality this year. F. B. Mitchell has been treating his buildings in Baldwin to a coat of paint. Mrs. Gunder Gunderson was visit ing her mother, Mrs. Annie Egge, one day last week. Jerry Healy has been pulling stumps for Gunder Gunderson and E. M. Fiero the past week. The Damon property will be occu pied by a family for the first time in its history this summer. Herb Campbell has been doing some paper hanging and painting in Baldwin which will bear inspection. The prospects are that the fruit crop of Minnesota will be something to be dreamed of and not seen this year. Julius Egge has ten acres of new land cleared and the stumps pulled ready for the plow. He will plant potatoes on the land. Last season's ditching in this locali ty is being noticed by the disappear ance of the adjacent swamps. Let more of it be done this year. Sam Lambert is stepping high these days under the impression that he is the only man, as he now has a boy and a girl. We congratulate just the same, Sam. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fortney of Spencer, Iowa, the latter a sister of Mrs. E. M. Fiero, spent a day or two with her on their way to their new home in Canada. Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medi cine. No medicine can do more. For sale by all druggists. GREENBUSH. Joseph Beer is very ill. John Zimpel has gone into the chicken business. Dr. C. S. Neumann called at Wen berg's on Monday. Thos. Grow and Frank Rehaume attended the ball game on Sunday. Where is the next dance going to be? Hurry up, fellows, and give one. Frank Rehaume, F. C. Beto, Wm. Moorhead, George Williams, Theo dore Wahlfors and Jesse Harmon TBLJ FBINbEtON tJNlON: were guests at F. Wenberg's onl day. f*W Chas. Grow came out from Prince ton in his new automobile on Mon day. Harry Zachow has returned from Virginia, where he was employed in a factory. Alma Wenberg and Mrs. Wm. Moorhead were guests of Mrs. F. C. Beto on Sunday. The Greenbush ball team played Blue Hill on Sunday. It was a first class game and everyone enjoyed it. A. E. Shaw, Thos. Grow, Mr. Anderson, John Grow and Clyde Robideau were guests of Frank Wen berg last week. Mrs. Chas. Zachow gave a surprise party in honor of her son, Harry, last Friday evening. Refreshments were served and a fine time was The Demon of the Air. Is the germ of la grippe, that, breathed in, brings suffering to thousands. Its after effects are weak ness, nervousness, lack of appetite, energy and ambition, with disordered liver and kidneys. The greatest need then is Electric Bitters, the splendid tonic, blood purifier and regulator of stomach, liver and kidneys. Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves, build up the system and restore health and good spirits after an attack of la grippe. If suffering try them. Only 50c. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by C. A. Jack. BOCK Elmer Osbourne is on the sick list. Carl Peterson spent Wednesday and Thursday at Braham and the twin cities. Bill Herou came up from St. Paul Monday for an extended visit with relatives and friends. Ida Johnson left for Ellendale on Wednesday morning after a short visit with her parents and old friends. While driving to the creamery last Friday morning A. P. Olson's horse became frightened by a passing freight train and ran away. Mr. Olson was thrown out of the buggy and was badly bruised. His head was cut in two places. Dr. Phelps was summoned and there is hope for his recovery. The Sound Sleep of Good Health The restorative power of sound sleep can not be overestimated and any ailment that prevents it is a menace to health. J. L. Southers, Eau Claire, Wis., says: "For a long time I have been unable to sleep soundly nights, because of pains across my back and soreness of my kidneys. My appetite was very poor and my general condition was much run down. I have been taking Foley's Kidney Pills but a short time and now sleep as sound as a rock. I eat and enjoy my meals, and my general con dition is greatly improved. I can honestly recommend Foley's Kidney Pills as I know they have cured me." For sale by all druggists. ESTES BROOK. The Bonn Bros, sawed wood for A. G. Bemis last Monday. Miss Selma Sandquist is suffering from a severe attack of neuralgia. Mrs. Ekberg and daughter, Sigrid, visited at the Sandquist home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Warner and family visited at J. O. Beden's last Sunday. Estes Brook will play ball with Foreston next Sunday. A good game is expected. Robt. Ayers, who has been very ill for the past week, is reported as somewhat improved. Derbies are all the rage now. If you don't wear one you might as well go away back and sit down. Miss Kate Bachelor and Arthur Crook were pleasant callers at the H. L. Bemis home last Sunday evening. Estes Brook played ball on the home diamond last Sunday with the I. O. G. T. boys from Milaca. It was a very interesting game from start to finish. Estes Brook came out victorious, the score being 4 to 5. tt tt tt tt tf tf tf tf The Estes Brook store is nearly finished. Mrs. Sandquist called on Mrs. Hedman Sunday. Mary Knutson visited at the Erick son home on Sunday. John Anderson of Benton county drove to Princeton on Monday. Oscar Uglem of Grasshopper town called at Jacobson's Sunday evening. Misses Mabel Jacobson, Phoebe Crook and a few others visited with Clara Sandquist on Sunday. Lost, a stovepipe hat. Finder will please return to the Estes Brook merchant and receive reward. Misses Pauline Trunk and Alma Hermanson were visitors at the Newman home Monday evening. School district 7 will give a picnic and entertainment on Friday, April 29. Everybody should try to attend. A large crowd from Estes Brook I the attended the evening service at theltween -T*JV Lftcsig -s&*i&V**ifA. Swedish Mission church, Maywood, on Sunday evening. The meeting of the Swedish Young Folks' society of Greenbush, held at the Kronstrom home on Wednesday evening of last week, was well attend ed. Playing delegates was the chief amusement. ZIMMERMAN. The Place Where Your Produce Will Buy Anythiig Foot-Schulze Shoes We handle the Foot-Schulze Shoes, the shoe manufactured in Minnesota for the people of Minnesota. Hats and Caps Full line of Hats and Caps, including the Gordon, the best make on the market Cream Separators We sell the Empire Cream Separator, which has no equal as a close skimmer. Runs easier and lasts longer than any other machine manufactured. Full Line of Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware and Tinware Wagons, Plows, Pumps, Windmills, Etc. We will buy all you have to sell and sell you anything you want. NRY UGLEM LONG SIDING, MINNESOTA The Wise's house looked homelike to the long legged bird that hovered overheard. Favorably impressed, he softly deposited on the steps, his wee burden of blessedness. The Wise's pleasure at the Stork's thoughtf ulness was tempered by Mrs. Wise's following illness and her inability to provide nourishment for the Blessing. It looked as tho the precious gift might be taken away. Wise's doctor saved the day. said "DIGESTO." Mrs. Wise became healthy and rosy and the Blessing became healthy and rosy. One more credit mark for DIGESTO. It is a necessity before and after the Stork's visit. For Sale by All Druggists MANUFACTURED BY THEO. HAMM BREWING ST. PAUL, MINN. River H. Swanson went to Elk Wednesday. I. F. Walker shipped stock from here Tuesday. Fred Manke of Princeton was in town Wednesday. Harry Pratt is buying potatoes for the starch factory. W. A. Smith is feeling much better this warm weather. Jesse Varley went to St. Paul Sat urday and returned Monday morn ing. Charles Dahlstein drove to Isanti Sunday to spend a few days with his parents. There will be a wrestling match in W. A. hall Friday night be Fred Hass of Princeton and Jfe^ ffig&flifoaffi How a Little Wisdom Came to the Wises CO. &<?- FOR SALE AT ARMITAGE'S DRUG STORE Harry Mills of Minneapolis. After the match there will be a dance. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith went to Minneapolis Wednesday to get their automobile. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Walker of Spencer Brook spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith. Jack Larsen of Webster, S. D., was here a few days last week visiting friends and looking after his prop erty. There will be a Sunday school in stitute at the M. E. church on the afternoon and evening of Friday, April 2. GREE.NWOOD Julius and Paul Beissig have rented the Weint farm. August Schumacher was here on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Polfus visited Mr. and Mrs. Otto Polfus last week. Quite a few attended the dance at Markgraf 's hall on Saturday evening. Dr. G. S. Neumann and Jas. Eenely were out this way Monday on busi ness. 0^-5 I is* *_ *%M Tf l||lll||li|UIUIU MARKET REPORT The quotations hereunder are those prevailing on Thursday morning at the time of going to press GRAIN, HAY, ETC. Wheat, No. 1 Northern 99 Wheat, No. 2 Northern 97 Wheat, No. 3 Northern 95 Barley 42@48 Oats 31(^34 Flax 2.17(^2.25 Rye 56@60 Wild hay firstname.lastname@example.org Tame hay email@example.com LIVE STOCK Fat beeves, per ft 4c 5c Calves, per ft 5c@6c Hogs, per cwt $9.00 $9.50 Sheep, per ft 4c@5c Hens, old, per ft 10c@llc Springers, per ft 10c@llc MINNEAPOLIS. Minneapolis, Wednesday evening. Wheat, No. 1 hard, $1.10 No. 1 Nor thern, $1 09 No. 2 Northern, $1.07. White Oats, 40c No 3, 37Jc. Rye, 70*@73Jc. Flax, No. 1, $2.36. Corn, No. 3 Yellow, 57c. Barley, 52c@61c. For Sale An 80-acre dairy farm one mile west of Princeton. Price $4,000, part cash and part on time. Write or call on R. W. Freer, Princeton, Minn. 5-tfc i iCr i