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8 \GhQ Farm Fireside, I Gleanings by Oar Country I Correspondents. MHHimMMWHmm""' WWMWWT BOGUS BROOK. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dalchow were visitors at August Meyer's Sunday afternoon. The young folks gathered at the home of Miss Lydia Tesmere last Sunday night. Miss Hattie Jopp, Emma, Fred and Herman Kuhrke were visitors at J. Dalchow's Saturday nght. Misses Emma and Anna Dalchow were visitors at the home of Miss Ida Lueckon Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Shoemaker and family of Minneapolis are visitors at R. Jopp's and A. Schmatz's. They will remain several weeks. A surprise party was given to Miss Lena Dalchow on Tuesday night, on her 17th birthday, by twenty of her friends. All en]oyed themselves. Miss Lydia Tesmere, Helen Peter son, Emma Kuhrke and Minnie Riebe were visitors at the home of Misses Lena and Ella Dalchow on Sunday afternoon. To keep your health sound to avoid the ills of advancnig years to con serve your physical forces for a ripe and healthful old age, guard your kidneys by taking Foley's Kidney Remedy. For sale by all druggists. THREE CORNERS. Wm. Thomas is getting better and soon expects to be home. Miss Esther Nelson was visiting across the river on Monday. Miss Jessie Swanbro is visiting relatives at Minneapolis this week. The young folks of Wyanett had an ice cream social on Saturday even ing. Mrs. E. A. Taylor has returned home from Princeton where she had a fine time. We are very sorry to hear Mr. Gus taverson lost a colt by poison the other day. Miss Lillian Patten gave a party Saturday night and quite a crowd was present. Miss Ina and Georgie Leathers re turned home after a two weeks' visit in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Strong are the proud parents of a girl. We extend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sausser and children and Mr. and Mrs. Lester King were visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hamilton on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Olson returned from their trip last Saturday night. They enjoyed themselves bub say there is no place like "home, sweet home." When Mrs Lester King's sister from Brainerd was visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Olson, she lost a valuable dog. Will anyone who finds it please return it to its owner. Staggers Skeptics. That a clean, nice fragrant com pound like Bucklen's Arnica Salve will instantly relieve a bad burn, cut, scald, wound or piles, staggers skep tics. But great cures prove its a wonderful healer of the worst sores, ulcers, boils, felons, eczema, skin eruptions, as also chapped hands, sprains and corns. Try it. 25c at C. A. Jack's. ESTES BROOK. Ask Frank Lindquist about patent tables. "What is the attraction in Freer town?" Girls' "Walking is good toward Uglems'." Several of the boys from this town have gone west. Farmers! It doesn't pay to work on Sunday. Quit it. J. Mahler and family visited at the Warner home Sunday. O. J. Almlie made a trip to the county seat on Thursday. Farmers are cutting their grain, although profits look slim. Phoebe Crook has been suffering with the mumps the past week. Mrs. Alvah Bemis and son, George, visited in Brickton on Thursday. Three cheers for th creamery picnic to be held in Uglem's grove next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Ayers and family called at H. L. Bemis' on Fri day evening. Anton Ege was pleasantly enter tained at the Jacobsen home Wednes day evening. Several of the kids from this town attended the dance at Herman Axt's on Saturday evening. Clara Sandquist spent Wednesday evening and Thursday with relatives in Freer and Princeton. Mary and Jacob Knutsen spent Saturday evening and Sunday at their home in Blue Hill. Miss Ruby Sandquist and several others visited at the H. L. Bemis home on Sunday afternoon. Miss Selma Bleed, who has been IsSfc visiting relatives in the city for the past month, has returned home,5r A "No. 22 dray line" will run from Estes Brook to Freertown in the near future. Let us all patronize a home concern. Services were held in the M. E. church on Sunday. Only a small crowd was present as no one knew of the meeting. The neighboring baseball taems are all afraid bo play the Estes Brook savages, consequently their manager could get no game for Sunday. The Ladies' Aid society of the Nor wegian Lutheran church met with Mrs. O. J. Almlie on Wednesday of last week. A large crowd was present. Magnus Bleed is home from Minne apolis, where he has been employed for the past few months. We are al ways glad to see his smiling counte nance. Charlie Sandberg spent Supday at Kronstrom's. Frank Beden was working for D. Sandquist on Monday. Fred Beck was a caller at the Huggins home Sunday evening. Selma Sandquist called on Elsie Swanson of Maywood Sunday after noon. Ben Erickson has his house nearly finished. It certainly looks real "nobby." Henry Schram was seen wending his way towards Blue Hill. What's the attraction, Hank? Mary Knutsen and Fritz Erickson attended the dance at the Glendorado bowery Saturday evening, returning Sunday. Quite a number of the boys have left for the wild, woolly west and no doubt there are quite a few people feeling kind of lonely. A large crowd of Estes Brook people attended the big dance in the Axt barn Saturday evening. They all report a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Oleander Pierson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hughes and family and Miss Clara Sandquist were pleasant callers at the Ayers home Sunday. They were entertained with music. i The Best Hoar of Life Is when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact. This hour came to J. R. Pitfrof Rocky Mt., N. C, when he was suffering intense ly, as he says, "from the worst cold I ever had, I then proved to my great satisfaction, what a wonderful cold and cough cure Dr. King's New Dis covery is. Fdr after taknig one bottle, I was entirely cured. You can't day anything too good of a medicine like that." Its the surest and best remedy for diseased lungs, hemorrhages, la grippe, asthma, hay feverany ^throat or lung trouble. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by C. A. Jack. GREENBUSH. Mrs. Fred Beto called at the Wen berg home on Sunday. Cynthia Harmon spent Monday with Miss Alma Wenberg. Miss Lula Robideau was a guest of Miss Alma Wenberg last Friday. Miss Minnie Madin of Minneapolis is visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Kenely. Alma, Alfred and Harris Wenberg were callers at the Nels Robideau home on Sunday. A. E. Grow left for North Dakota last Tuesday, where he will work dur ing the rest of the summer. James Kenely has been very ill with an ulcerated ear for the past few days he is improving rapidly now. Misses Tilhe, Marie and Adeline Creapeau of Long Siding were callers at the Frank Wenberg home on Satur day. Stanley Wenberg, the Greenbush correspondent, left for Genneseo, N. D., on Tuesday morning. He wlil be absent for a few months. Greenbush defeated Blue Hill, by a score of 16 to 17, in an exciting game of ball played on the Blue Hill grounds last Sunday afternoon. A birthday party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zachow on Tuesday evening in honor of their son, Harry. Many guests were present and all enjoyed them selves heartily. WOODWARD BROOK. Who is Fritz? W. E. Jones has gone to Grand Rapids to look after his bee interests at that place. About forty of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Yotben took dinner with them last Sunday. Bennie Draxben, Floyd Norman and Walter Halstrom left for Grove City last week, where they intend to work through the harvesting season. Mrs. T. Thompson and son of Min neapolis, who have been visiting at Absolom Nelson's a couple of weeks, returned to their home the other day. The schoolma'ams living in -this neighborhood have been engaged to teach in the following places the JTRJS PRINCETON T^ON:r mUBSDAY? ATTGHJST[4j 1910. will teach the same sobbol she taught last year in district 3 Mrs. M. M. Colburn will also teach the same school she taught last year in district 3 and it is reported that Miss O'Brien will teach in district 36. Mrs. M. M. Colburn returned from her vacation trip last week. She was accompanied home by several friends from Minneapolis, who are spending a few days at the Colburn home. The organ which was presented to the Woodward Brook church by the Y. P. S. has been placed in the church and will hereafter be used at the services. Miss Clara Nelson will be the organist. The Y. P. S. met at Absolom Nel son's last Saturday evening. A num ber of the members were unable to attend but those who did report a good time. The next meeting will be at P. W. Jenson's on August 13. They Have a Definite Purpose Foley Kidney Pills give quick relief in cases of kidney and bladder ail ments. Mrs. Rose laser, Terre Haute, Ind., tells the result in her case. "After suffering for many years from a serious case of kidney trouble and spending much money for so-called cures, I found Foley Kidney Pills the only medicine that gave me a permanenet cure. I am again able to be up and attend to my work. I shall never hesitate to recommend them." For sale by all druggists. OXBOW .Sidney Schimdt called on Oxbow friends Sunday morning. Miss Ellen Bulleigh visited Tillie Hoehn last Sunday. Miss Grace Herdliska was visiting the Anderson girls a few days this week. i, Miss Essie Pierson from south of Princeton visited Miss Stella Rudolph last week. A few of our young folks attended the bowery dance at Carmody on Saturday night. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Arthur Steeves and Mrs. Sam Tilley visited Mrs. Geo. Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tilley came to Arthur Steeves' Saturday evening and remained over Sunday. Miss Mazie Mott returned on Wednesday evening of last week from a visit to friends at Lake Minnetonka. Wheat and oats harvest are about completed and by the last of the week some threshing will be done if the weather remains favorable. Misses Freda and Eleanor Ander son, Miss Grace Herdliska and Miss Myrtle Carr called on Miss Gertrude Steeves on Monday evening. Mr. Horsecamp and Mr. Lindellypf Moline, 111., spent a couple of days last week ab Geo. Carr's. Mr. Horse camp is an old acquaintance of Mr. Carr. After a month's visit at1 it/ \l it \l) \h \h it/ \i \tt \i/ to vl iii it/ to to to to to to to to to to Miss 2C the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chal strom, Miss Sophia Chalstrom re turned on Saturday to her work in Minneapolis. On Sunday last a nine composed of youths from this neighborhood drove over to Greenwood and crossed bats with some of the boys of that place. We were not given the official score but understand that the Oxbow boys were the victors. Life On Panama Canal Has had one frightful drawback malaria troublethat has brought suffering and death to thousands. The germs cause chills, fever and ague, billiousness, jaundice, lassi tude, weakness and general debility. But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles. "Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria," writes Wm. A. Fretwell of Lucama, N. "and I've had good health ever since." Cure stomach, liver and kidney troubles and prevent typhoid. 50c. Guaranteed by C. A. Jack. GLENDORADO. Miss Emma Johnson was a Prince ton caller last Thursday. Enute Gunderson of Santiago visited at C. Holter's on Sunday. Mrs. H. Uran and Mr. J. Uran transacted business in Princeton last week. Mrs. Dena Elefson of Adams, Minn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Strand. Mr. and Mrs. T. Enutson visited at S. Abrahamson's in Greenbush on Sunday. John Anderson, who has been ailing for some time, is reported as somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Nils Johnson of San tiago spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. Magnus of Maywood. Walter Nelson is having his hand treated by Dr. Cooney of Princeton, having hurt it some little time ago. A large crowd of young people of Glendorado, attended the bowery dance ab Santiago last Saturday evening and report a jolly good time. During one of the storms of last week Elef Johnson had the misfortune coming term. Miss Mamie Yobben will teach the primary department in I to lose four stacks of hay, fire hating district 12 Miss Genevieve Colburn |starbed from lightning. This is quite a loss as hay is very scarce this sum mer. Misses Essil and Zelma Norset of Milaca have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Anderson the past week. The Ladies' Aid society of the Lutheran church met with Mrs. Gil bertson of Greenbush on Thursday, August 4. A large number of ladies were present. Dr. Fremon of Foley was called to the home of G. Anderson last Friday on account of the illness of Mrs. Anderson. We are glad to hear she is improving. Mr. and Mrs. C. Holter were sud denly called to Yellow Medicine last Thursday, on account of the seri ous illness of the former's brother, Carl Holter, of that city. Nearly all the farmers have har vested their grain and report a fair crop for this year. The potatoes and corn in this locality are also good, but we still need more rain. SPENCER BROOK. in Mrs. A. A. Foote is visiting Princeton this week. Miss Jessie Swanbro went to Minne apolis last Friday for a ten days' stay. Louis P. Mattson,. who lost his home by fire, is now preparing to re build. M. S. Rutherford of Princeton was here looking after his land interests Monday. Mrs. Emma Moore returned to Princeton Saturday after a month's visit here. Chas. Levander lost a fine horse on Monday of last week. The animal died of sunstroke. The O. E. Thompson and Lawrence Clough families camped at Elk lake Saturday and Sunday. I Mrs. Geo. H. Gilman of St. Francis spending the summer with her is brother, F. W. Goodwin. Miss Iris Budelman arrived in town last Monday evening to be the guest of her sisber, Miss Kabhryn Budel man, and Miss Ethel Clough. Mrs. Andrew Martin and little son, Adna of Bradford, were visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, this week. J. H. Chapman has a freak among his poultry. He has a chicken grow ing to maturity which has never had a feather on it. The chicken is en tirely bare from beak to toe. Among those who spent Sunday at Blue lake were A. J. Reynolds, Pete Peterson, Clark Severance, M. L. Severance and C. Williams and families. The Misses Gertrude and Edna Chapman of St. Cloud, who have been visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Chapman, returned home Saturday. We noticed the marriage of Guy E. Prescott and Anna L. McCann in the Minneapolis papers. Guy, who was born and bred in Spencer Brook, Here's a money making and money saving invest- ment. No element of speculation about it Invest your money in good clothes while the bottom is out of the market. And that's right now, this very day. We have reached our clearing period. We've cut prices right and left and are giving values unsur- passed. 20% to 50% Reduction Did you get that bill last week or see the ad in the 9\ paper? If you didn't, look it up. It tells you how to -!L make money by saving it. You can't afford to miss jay this sale we know. Don't do it. A\ K0PP & BARTHOLOMEW The ClotHiers of Princeton ^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'jfr-^'^^^ is now a bookkeeper for a piano house in Minneapoils and they will make their home in that city. Rev. Prestidge of Cambridge gave us another one of his interesting ser mons Wednesday evening of last week. Mr. Prestidge was accompanied on this trip by Miss Alma Lundell, the Cambridge pianist, and her sister. Services will be held again on August 10. BOCK Miss Rose Kent of Minneapolis spent Sunday here with her mother. Miss Anna Blomberg visited in Milaca on Saturday. William Herou left for St. Paul on Saturday after spending the summer at his home here. Mrs. Joe. O. Eckdall and daughter, Constance, departed on Saturday for their home in La Crosse, Wis. Miss Emma Magnuson from Minne apolis, who has been visiting here for three weeks, returned home on Wednesday. She was accompanied by her cousin, Selma Knutson. BLUE HILl. the 120 Frank Lavelle has purchased Wm. Marsh farm, consisting ol acres. P. F. Malm of Zimmerman was seen in Blue Hill Sunday. He was looking after his farm here. Miss Bessie Harvey visited at Hart man Camp's and John Kaliher's during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brande and son, Orrin, spent Sunday visiting with Hartman Camp and family. Wm. Ross of Princeton is now living on the old Tom Brown place and is engaged in putting up the hay. Grover Taylor is quite ill from an attack of heat prostration and is un able bo work or be out in the hot sun. Frank Peterson and family, who have been spending several weeks at E. G. Newman's, have returned to Minneapolis. Miss Alice Nelson returned to her home at Little Falls on Monday, after spending several weeks at the home of C. W. Taylor. Miss Mabel Barneke returned from her visit ab Mineapolis and Sb. Paul last Friday and reports having had a very enjoyable time. The bown board has expended quite a sum of money in road work on the new road west from the new steel bridge across the Sb. Francis river. We had anobher fine rain Sunday afternoon, which makes corn fairly jump and late pobaboes will now come on ab a rapid rate. The early planted potatoes are a failure. ZIMMERMAN. H. Swanson went to the twin cities on Tuesday. G. N. Stendahl went to the twin cibies Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tftompson and Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Wfjlker of Spencer Brook signs. 23-tfc (First Pub Aug 4) Citation for Hearing on Petition for Administration. ESTATE OP HERMAN NEUMANN State of Minnesota, County of Mllle Lacs In Probate Court In the matter of the estate of Herman Neumann, decedent The state of Minnesota to the next of kin and all persons interested in the granting of administration of the estate of said decedent The petition of Margaret Neumann hav ing been filed in this court, representing that Herman Neumann then a resident of the county of Millo Lacs, state of Minnesota, died intestate on the 30th day of July, 1910, and praying that letters of administration of his estate be granted to Margaret M. Neumann and the court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition 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 29th day of August, 1910, 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 3rd day of August, 1916 WM SANFORD. (Court Seal) Probate Judge spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Foley. Nora Stendahl came home on Mon day to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith drove to Princeton on Wednesday. Mr. Varley went to Big Lake Saturday and returned Sunday. I. F. Walker shipped two cars of stock from this place on Tuesday. M. K. Iliff and G. H. Tyler of Elk River were in town Monday evening. Miss Vivian Smith of Cambridge is clerking in the store for J. A. Smith. Martin Swanson has been haying the past week on his farm near Elk River. Martin Perman drove to Minne apolis on business Saturday, return ing Sunday. Oscar Swanson returned home Monday after a week's vacation in the twin cities. Mrs. Joe Cohoe returned from Min neapolis on Monday, where she has been Visiting for a week. Mrs. Fred Briggs accompanied her sisber bo her home in Iowa to visit relatives for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. N. Neumann and family drove bo Princeton Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. Neumann's brobher. Chas. Iliff and family, Mr, Mrs. Fred Truax, Will Truax, Jennison and Grandma Truax Sunday ab Sandy lake. nl' *k and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thompson of Wyanebb and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clough of Spencer Brook drove over Saburday and with them Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith and C. A. Stillman camped at Elk lake over Sunday. The warmesb ball game of the season took place on the Zimmerman grounds Sunday between Orrock and Crown. It was a hard fought game from start to finish, the score was 8 bo 2 in favor of Crown. They are a hard bunch to beat. Monuments. Monuments made to order on short notice. We also carry a small line in stock. ^Ask to see samples and de- i Mrs. spenb JMJ O. E. Stark..