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WYANETT.
Mrs. A. C. Annis spent Sunday
with Mrs. O. G. Strong.
Fishermen around Green lake are
pretty scarce. They used to be very
plentiful.
The box social at the M. B. A. hall
Saturday night was well attended and
all report a good time.
N. P. Erickson and O. Linde are
putting up a kitchen for L. Berg.
It's a great improvement to the house.
The sewing society was entertained
by Mrs. O. C. Strong on Wednesday
of last week. Quite a few ladies were
present.
ESTES BROOK.
Earl De Hart Sundayed at Crooks'.
Ask Charlie Erickson about the new
band.
Playing croquet is the principal
amusement in this burg.
Frank Beden and Leslie Crook were
in Princeton on Saturday.
Harry Sandquist visited at theguests
Jacobsen home. Freer, on Sunday.
Henry Schram, Jake Knutsen and
Chris Bauer were in Foley on Satur
day.
Hilda Kronstrom and Charlie
Sandberg attended the dance at Mon
son's on Saturday evening.
Another dance in Dreamland next
Saturday evening. Everyone wel
come and all are promised a good
time.
A Sunday school has been or
ganized in district 7. Everyone is in
vited to attend and participate in theThursday.
good work.
Messrs. Lmd and Anderson spent
Sunday evening at Sandquist's. Some
select singing was rendered and out
door games were indulged in.
Some Estes Brookites were repre
sented at the ball game at Glendorado
on Sunday, but reports are that the
game was not very interesting.
Miss Mary Knutsen left last Tues
day for Minneapolis, where she will
visit her sister, Mrs. Fred Anderson.
Clara Sandquist is taking her place
at the store during her absence.
SPENCER BROOK.
Sam McKenney lost a valuable cow
last Sunday.
Mrs. Frank McKenney has gone to
Idaho to visit her sister, Mrs. Jewell.
Three carpenters commenced work
on Elmer Reynolds' house this week.
Mrs. W. A. Smith is here visiting
her children. We are all glad to seecalled
her.
Jay Smith of Zimmerman was
speeding anew auto in this vicinity
last Sunday.
The farmers are rushing their work
this pleasant weather. A good many
potatoes are being planted.
A number of people from this place
went down to Bradford on Sunday to
see the ditch that is being excavated.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Johnson, after
visiting a week with friends here, re
turned to their home in Bemidji last
Saturday.
Mrs. S. P. Babb and Mrs. S. Mc
Kenney visited Miss Collins on Sun
day. Miss Collins has been an inSandberg
valid from rheumatism for several
years.
The Nicholas Cemetery association
met last week and elected their officers
for the coming year. Mr. Conklin
will keep the grounds cleaned up and
will also put up anew iron fence.
Dr. Neumann of Princeton was
called on Sunday morning to see a
very sick horse belonging to Charles
Peterson. The hoise died Monday,
which makes two he has lost in thethe
last year,
QREENBUSH.
Mrs. N. Robideau was a caller on
Mrs. Emil Zimple on Sunday.
Miss Hazel Robideau was visiting in
Princeton a few days last week.
Miss Helen Conroy, the teacher,
has returned to her home at Anoka.
Miss Julia Robideau spent Satur
day and Sunday with Miss Alma
Wenberg.
Among those on the sick list this
week are Mrs. Chas. N. Grow and J.
H. Grow's children.
Stanley and Alma Wenberg and
Chas. N. Grow were callers on Nels
Robideau on Sunday.
Washington Scott makes good use
of his automobile, but look out, girls,
for these dusty roads.
School No. 1, district 5, closed on
Friday with a picnic and ball game
after a successful term.
The Misses Helen Oonroy, Cecelia
Blair and Reda Willcox were callers
at Louis Rocheford's on Sunday.
W. P. Moorhead of Minneapolis was
visiting a few of his friends here. He
returned to Minneapolis on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Robideau,
Kenneth Kenely, Peter Stauffacher
and Real Robideau were callers on
Wenberg Saturday. Among tbe
visitors at Frank Wenberg's on Sun-
day were Cynthia and Jessie Harmon,
Hazel, Real, and Earl Robideau,
Albert Blair, Jess Anderson, Alex
Guthrie and George Scott.
A large crowd attended the dance
held at Chas. Solberg's on Saturday
evening. Supper was served and a
good time had.
Miss Reda Wilcox of St. Paul, who
has been visibing friends in this vi
cinity, has entered tbe Northwestern
hospital, where she will be a nurse.
The American Sunday School
union missionary desires that every
family may be present at district 4,
Shaw school house, Greenbush, on
Sunday, May 14, at 2:30 p. m.
The farmers are very busy plowing
and seeding in this vicinity.
Elmer and Esther Normandin spent
Sunday at the Robideau home.
Miss Pearl Labbissonniere spent
Sunday with Miss Agnes Fradette.
Elzaior and Leonard Normandin
spent Sunday with the Fradette chil
dren.
Miss Agnes Fradette is employed at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
Burke.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Derry were the
of Mr. and Mrs. David Raiche
on Sunday.
George and Ida Shrepel spent Sun
day evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Rehaume.
The town board of Greenbush was
inspecting the road in section 9, town
ship 36, range 27, on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Guderian of
New Germany spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Guderian of this place.
Mrs. Beden and son, Frank, Esther
Normandin and Pearl Labbissonniere
callea" on Mrs. H. C. "Whittier on
Mrs. Oliver Raiche and daughter,
Florence, who have been visiting rel
atives in this vicinity for the past two
weeks, returned to their home in Min
neapolis Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dejarlais, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Rehaume, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Rehaume and Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Raiche were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. N. Fradette on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Raiche were
seen taking a load of fruit trees and
berry plants out to their farm from
Princeton. We all hope to eat some
fruit and berries at their place in the
near future.
THREE CORNERS.
Walter Erickson spent Sunday with
Arthur Gustafson.
Frank Libby and family visited in
district 50 on Sunday.
Raymond and Harold Sausser
on the Nelson boys on Sunday.
Oscar and Roy Nelson worked for
Sam Sausser a couple of days last
week.
Misses Leila and Agatha Marshall
spent Sunday at the home of Geo.
Patten.
Miss Lillian Gustafson visited with
her friend, Miss Esther Nelson, on
Sunday.
Mrs. Pete Lambert was visiting her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Grace King, on
Monday.
Miss Anna Orne has gone to North
Dakota, where she intends to spend
the summer.
Olof and Tommy Bye and Will
called on the Nelsons one
evening last week.
The pupils of district 46 gave an en
tertainment and pie social last Fri
day evening. The proceeds will go
toward an addition to the library.
TOLIN.
Rev. Holmgren went to the city on
Saturday and will be gone for a week
or two.
A crowd of young folks attended
basket social in Dalbo on Satur
day night.
The Ladies' Charity bee will meet
Thursday next at Mrs. P. A. Wallin's.
All are welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert White of Ogil
vie drove over on Saturday evening
and spent Sunday with Mrs. White's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Linton.
Mrs. Hulda Johnson and her sister,
Miss Mae Olson, of Princeton are atwas
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Olson, to spend a few weeks. Mrs.
Johnson has our sympathy in her
great affliction.
On Saturday evening there will be a
play given by some of^ our young
people in the school house and it will
be fine. So one and all come and en
joy yourselves.
BLUE HILL
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Miss C. McCormick returned to her
home near St. Cloud on Monday.
Miss Sophie Johnson came out from
Princeton to attend the school picnic.
Miss Grace Kaliher~will attend
school in Princeton for the rest of the
term.
P. H. Boehm, jr., has fenced a 70-
acre meadow and is taking stock to
pasture.
Mr. Wicen and crew of men are
putting in a couple of bridges on
theoats,
state road.
Grover Taylor went to Princeton on
Sunday and brought out Fred Clark's
THE PRINCETON UNIOST: THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1911.
cow and calf to pasture for the sum
mer. The calf got away and at last
reports was roaming at large in the
brush along the St. Francis river.
Bob Kornman of Princeton brought
some colts and cattle out to the ranch
to pasture last Sunday.
John Thompson is putting a new
roof on his barn and making some
other needed repairs on the same.
The Blue Hill ball club gave a
dance in the town hall on Saturday
evening. The proceeds will go
towards buying equipment for the
club. Franklin Bros, of Baldwin
furnished the music at the dance.
Miss McCormick closed her school
in district 36 with a picnic in the
grove on the Mohaupt farm on Satur
day, which was largely attended and
all enjoyed themselves. Miss Mc
Cormick closes her second year in this
district and has given excellent satis
faction as a teacher.
ZIMMERMAN.
Ethel Olson went to Elk River on
Monday.
J. A. Smith purchased a new auto
last Friday.
Grandma Pratt has been quite ill
the past week.
D. S. Bridge was laid up with a
sore hand last week.
I. F. Walker shipped stock to South
St. Paul last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Foley were Elk
River visitors on Monday.
E. N. Daly of Elk River was in
town on business last Friday.
Get your cucumber seed at Henry
Swanson's store. Haarmann Pickle
Co.
Joseph Conree of Nowthen was in
town on Sunday.
Mr. Selhaver of Elk River will soon
start a meat market here.
C. E. Healy and Arthur Casper of
Minneapolis were in town last Thurs
day.
Irvng Jennison came up from Min
neapolis on Saturday to visit rela
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith went to
Spencer Brook last Friday in their
new auto.
Mr. and Mrs. Starkey of Bethel
visited their daughter, Mrs. Heffner,
last week.
Henry Swanson, Miss Sexton and
Miss Lehman went to Anoka last Sun
day in Henry's auto.
Geo. Bowles, James Iliff and Ed
Foley attended court at Elk River on
Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dexter of Spencer
Brook are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Jay Smith, this week.
Mr. Newbert and daughter, Mrs.
Rutherford, Mr. Dow and Mr. Road
strom of Princeton were in town on
Wednesday.
Mrs. Jack Larsen returned on Sun
day from the west. She spent two
months visting in Washington, Ore
gon and Montana. At Seattle she
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry English
and found Harry and Sydney look
ing just the same as ever, but Mrs.
English in poor health.
GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO
Isaac Jensen lost a young horse last
week.
Mrs. Ole Jensen visited Santiago
friends on Sunday.
Aleck Alickson has been working
for Knute Gunderson of Santiago the
past week.
Emil Anderson lost a valuable
hotse last week. Death was caused
by strangling.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Alickson of
Santiago spent Sunday with the
former's parents in Glendorado.
Gunder Alickson, formerly of
Princeton, is back in Santiago mak
ing some improvements on his farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Secord and Miss
Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Christ Jen
sen were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Uran on Sunday.
The Y. P. U. was entertained at a
social meeting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. N. Johnson on Saturday even
ing. The evening was spent in games
and at midnight a delighful luncheon
served.
WEST SPENCER BROOK.
H. W. Presoott has a carpenter
work repairing his barn.
Miss Mabel Prescott returned home
from her school last Saturday.
I. F. Walker was buying stock in
our neighborhood last Friday.
Gill Clough and wife were callers at
the Williams home on Sunday even
ing.
Farmers have their small grain all
in and it looks fine now. They are
preparing for corn and potatoes.
E. Shuver and wife of Milaca spent
Sunday and Monday at the home of
C. A. Williams, returning to their
home on Tuesday.
Last Saturday night at about 11:30
fire was discovered in N. Moody's
barn, which destroyed a lot of hay,
250 bushels of corn, 300 bushels of
buggies, harness and everything
but the stock, which is a hard blow to
Mr. Moody, who carried only $400
insurance.
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Percheron Stallion for Service.
I have a fine high-grade Percheron
stallion, 3 years old, which will serve
at my farm only. I brought this colt
with me from southern Iowa. It has
run out all winter and should be a
good breeder. It will do farm work
this summer 1 mile west and Tmile
south of Princeton, on the place
known as the Budderman farm. Per
sons desiring the service of this stal
lion should call and look it over.
Terms $10 to insure colt to stand up.
Man disposing of mare must pay for
service at time of such disposal.
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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 91
Wheat, No. 2 Northern 89
Wheat, No. 3 Northern 85
Barley [email protected]
Flax [email protected]
Rye [email protected]
Wild hay 15.00
Tame hay 17.00
LIVE STOCK
Fat beeves, per fi 3c 4c
Calves, per ft 4c 5c
Hogs, per cwt [email protected] $7.50
Sheep, per ft [email protected]
Hens, old, per 8c
Springers, per ft 10c
MINNEAPOLIS.
Minneapolis, Wednesday evening.
Wheat, No. 1 hard, $1.01 No. 1 Nor
thern, $1.00 No. 2 Northern, 99c.
White Oats, 32c No. 3, 31c.
Rye, [email protected]
Flax, No. 1, $2.54.
Corn, No. S Yellow, 51c.
Barley, [email protected]$1.00.
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Child's 1 or 2 strap pumps,
sizes 82 to 12
Child's tan pumps,
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