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Jjj Our \j Sprindgl it) .Js*"-'' W Splay SpeCla Zion City Laces Also a Large Line of Imported Laces and a Grand Assortment of Embroideries. Exclusive Sale of Nemo Corsets $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 ALSO THE Two of the Most Up-to-Date Makes of Corsets Known The New Spring Styles Are Here The Busiest Store The Busiest Location The Busiest Town In Northern Minnesota *ai*i0fl**4BOio*9ca illt(...o. IIM.WM f*OM* jft@ Farm Fireside. 8 Gleanings by Oat Country Correspondents. MaMMaate gg DISTRICT NO, 50. Election passed oil very quietly in this town. Archie Lambert is hauling sand for ^plastering purposes. Sam Lambert returned last Satur day from the woods. Mrs. E M. Piero and children are visiting in Wyanett for a few days. John Schurer of Blue Hill has gone to South Dakota to work during the summer The teacher in district 50 was hold ing examinations on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Burley and Ernie 'Campbell were visiting friends in Blue Hill on Sunday. Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Berg of Princeton were visiting Mrs. Campbell on Thursday. Wm. and James Franklin furnished the music for the dance at the town Jhall in Blue Hill on Friday night. Everyone missed A. B. Damon at the election this year. When among as he never missed being at the polls -on election day. PEASE. Quite a number of people around iiere are suffering from la grippe. A. 0. Wilkes has finished sawing on fbe Rum river and moved to another setting near Bogus Brook. We are told that Milaca will have another mail route in the near future. This will be route 4 and will serve over 100 families. Miss Kathryn Wold had a very suc cessful program in her school Ust .Saturday evening. After the puphs 1 had delivered their recitations, dia logues, etc baskets were offered to the highest bidder and the proceeds were about $16 Mr and Mrs. De Vnes from Corsi ca, S. who were visiting Mrs. DeVries' brothers here for a week, re turned home last week. Sam Droogsma, who formerly taught the singing society of Pease, was pleasantly surprised by his class last Thursday evening. They spent a very pleasant evening in asocial way and departed at a late hour leaving to Mr. Droogsma as a token of esteem a very handsome clock. LONG SIDING. Dan Sunberg of Foreston spent Sunday with Henry Uglem. Mrs. Andrew ljars^n is spending a few days visiting friends in Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Anderson, jr., and family spent Sunday at Gust An derson's, sr. Miss Dena Carlson and Frank Pohl visited at Henry Uglem's on Satur day evening. Harry Knoble has returned to his home in Minneapolis after spending a few weeks with friends here. Mrs. Peter Roadstrom and Miss Delia Larson of Princeton spent Sun day at the latter's home at this place. The St. Patrick's dance given in Long Siding hall was a success and every one who attended had a grand time. Miss Sophie Thompson, who has been employed at Henry Uglem's, re turned to her home in Green bush on Saturday evening. Mrs. Henry Uglem and son, Milton, Mrs. G. E. Anderson and son,t Charles, and Mrs. Chris Larson and children spent Monday afternoon at jOie Uglem's. A basket social will be given in the The Gordon GOR THEPKISTCETON UNIONrTHTIK8DAT, latcs sho miS pr GENERAL MERCHANDISE & NEW SPRINGfloor GOOD S Sod*- an i A f*T Spring Opening Friday and Saturday ^m Opening will occur Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25, when We purchase goods in large quantities, which enables us to sell at prices no competitor can even attempt to meet For the best W goods, the best selections, the largest selections, the lowest prices, trade at the store where quality in all lines' is always kept UD 1* We Have the Exclusive Sale of the Gordon Hat for Men For Correct Style in Hats Wear a Gordon a SH E A^LBLH hall at this place next Saturday even ing, March 25, for the benefit of the baseball team. Everyone should at tend and help a good thing along. Flossie, Dora, Annie and Blanche Burke, Mary Thompson, Olive Uglem and Adeline Crepeau, spent Sunday at the Thompson home. Ice cream was served and the kids had a glori ous time ZIMMERMAN Mrs. Wm. Owens is very ill this week. Jack Larson returned from North Dakota on Monday with nine Shetland ponies. Martin Perman came home Satur day with a sore hand and will return to Minneapolis as soon as he is able. The Rebekahs will give an enter tainment and basket social tomorrow night. Everybody come and bring a basket. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Iliff and two sons, Donald and Gerald, and Miss Dowley of Elk River were visiting friends and relatives here on Sunday. One of Ed Foley's teams ran away last Friday night and was not found until Sunday noon. The horses were found in the woods and were not hurt at all, but the buggy was badly broken. GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO Willie Uran called on friends in Blue Hill on Sunday. Sam Walker of Santiago was Glendorado visitor on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Odegard returned from the twin cities on Thursday. The two small children of A. Abra hamson are ill with an attack of scar le fever. T. Knutson, Geo. Uran and O. G. Wold transacted business in Foley on Tuesday. Miss Etta Stay who has been at- i iSMt -""""ftrntiiw *wv MARCH 23, 1911. We Have the New Style Gordon on Display Now The Store That Serves You Best --i the, & J& ^^^9999999999999999999 9^ ^^^MM^-SS^.^^^ tending the state university, returned home last week. Miss Hannah Cbristianson of Snake River was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Anderson last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. Holter, Mr. and Mrs. O Holter, and families were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dahl on Sunday. A large crowd attended the dance at G. Anderson's on Saturday night Another dance was held at A. Ander son's on Sunday evening. A large crowd attended the auction at O. H. Stay's last Thursday in spite of cold weather. Bidding was lively and good prices were as a general rule realized on all articles offered for sale. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stay wiU shortly leave for the west and Glendorado is sorry to see them go. Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson enter tained many friends on Sunday for dinner. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Thompson, Greenbush Mr. and Mrs. G. George, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. T. Olson and Miss Lillie Olson, Glendorado Mr. and Mrs. Garberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lofty, Mr. and Mrs. Bakken, Mr. and Mrs. N. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stowe and Mr. and Mrs. N. Johnson, Santiago. For Sale Good corn fodder, in bundles, also 2Q tons of hay. Charles Gaulier, Route 1, Box 70, Princeton. 1-tc IsYoarliand for Sale? We are beginning to receive in quiries from prospective purchasers and expect to bring in a number of land buyers the coming season. If you wish to sell list with us at once. McMillan & Stanley, Successors to M. S. Rutherford & Co., Princeton, Minn. 7-tf Our store is filled from to ceiling with all brand new goods ft new goods oi J& For rent, 25 acres of good land suitable for wheat, oats, corn or po tatoes. Share rent. Two and a half miles west and one half mile south of Princeton. H. A. Humphrey, Section 1, Blue Hill 9-tfo all descriptions will be placed xv xx*,w guuua uf du aescripuons win De placed !i The Hamilton-Brown Make of Shoes and Oxfords The Largest Shoe Stock in Princeton 1 s^^^P^ sSPv j^ajplyvJ s0* \l PRINCETON, MINNESOTA rm Machinery( WE SELL THE BEST MAKES Van Brunt Disc Drills. 1 Moline Disc Harrows. Moline Riding Cultivators. 3 Moline Riding and Walking Plows. The genuine T. D. Mandt Wagon. Henney Buggies. 3 Hero Fanning Mills. 3 3 L. Brand Harness. 3 De Laval Cream Separators. 3 Come and look this line over-they are 3 right and so are our prices. 3 I Evens Hardware Co. I ^iUUUUUiUUUiUUiUiUilUUiilUUIiUUUUUiiUUtUliUUliui c /i J*\ Milaca has a boosters' olub and at its last meeting, among other things, a proposition to assist the farmers of the eastern part of Benton county to get a direct road to Milaca was favored. This is a good idea. w'Kv is.