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/^OME and see the largest full speed on the Atlantic ocean, in moving pictures. Her luxurious accommoda- tion carries 3,000 passengers. These pictures were mostly taken by Mr. Arnesen on his travels in these countries, where he has lived and trav- eled for years and whose languages he speaks fluently. ZIMMERMAN. I. F. Walker shippped stock on Tuesday. Harry Right returned from the west last Saturday. Jack Larson is underpinning all of his buildings in town. Nora Stendahl came home on Satur day to make a short visit. Mrs. Jack Larson drove to Prince ton on Thursday of last week. Martin Perman visited relatives here from Friday until Monday. Marjorie Brooks visited at Prince ton from Saturday until Monday. At the school meeting Saturday night Mr. Mallory was elected treasurer. The baseball second moc gave a dance in the hall last Friday eight REMEMBER Saturday and Sunday Evenings, July 22 23 Brands' OperaHouse A 15,000 Mile Trip From Sweden and Norway to Alaska Via Yellowstone Park, England, Germany, France 6000 Feet of Splendid Moving Pictures and Slides and fastest Turbine steamship in the world in and partake in an interesting 30 to 60-min. travel talk with Mr. Arnesen. In the evening at the lecture the "young folks" will surprise the "old folks" by telling them many things which they may not know about the world. Pro- nounced by Universities, High Schools, Churches, Societies, Governors and others as highly educational, refining and humoristic. W*SPECIAL, DIETZ PICTURES A Lecture for Only 10 and 20 cts. IWItt190tUftMMWtMIMtlMMttH- Farm Fireside. Gleanings by Our Country I Correspondents 1 WYANETT. list Mrs H. Hanson is on the sick this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Libby called at Chas,. Murray's on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Strong and family spent Sunday at L. Norberg's. Mr and Mrs. Converse of Duluth are visiting at Wm. Westhng's for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. L. Svarry and daughter, Elba, called at B. Fritzell's on Monday last. Don't forget the great M. B. A. pic nic on Berg's shore on July 30. Everybody welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Olson and Mrs. Magnus Sjoblom entertained quite a number of their friends at Green lake on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. Fritzell and Mr. and Mrs H. Hanson attended the mission meeting at Spencer Brook last Sunday. The school meeting district 19 on Saturday evening was well attended. The officers elected were Chas. Mur ray, clerk Jos. Brueckner, treasurer and Hosa Hunt, director. The ice cream party at H. Hanson's on Friday night was attended by some of the neighbors, who were well entertained. It was Victor Hanson's 18th birthday anniversary. JOAKIM ARNESEN Globe Trotter and Lecturer The Children are all invited to come to the Opera House Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock There was quite a crowd of young people cut and $14 was realized from the dance. Ina Bean* was a delegate to the Rebekah convention held at Elk River on July 12. The Stendahl family and Miss Hannah Johnson of Minneapolis are camping at Elk lake this week. The ball game on Sunday between Crown and Zimmerman was a victory for Crown by a score of 12 to 14. The pickle factory is nearly com pleted and the farmers commenced bringing in pickles on Monday. Dave Bridge left last week for Fort Francis, Canada, where his brother is. Dave is a saw filer and has gone there for work. Mr. and Mrs. Parker and daughter of Elk River visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown on Saturday and Sun day. Mr. Parker is a brother of Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Holson of Minneapolis visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohoe on Saturday. From here she went to Crown to visit her pai'ents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Whittloff. Horace Huron, the musical fun maker of the Modern Woodmen of America, will give an entertainment in the hall on Friday evening, July 21. Don't miss it. Miss Jessie Swanbro of Spencer Brook, who is attending the agricul tural school at St. Anthony Park, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith from Friday until Monday, when they took her to the city in their auto. Mrs. W. A. Smith and Mrs. D. S. Walker accompanied them. Mrs. Hurtt returned on Saturday evening from Hot Springs, S. D., where she has been under treatment for the past three months. After spending that length of time in a sanitarium home must seem like para dise to her, and her many friends are pleased to learn that she is greatly improved in health and will soon be entirely cured of her ailment. DALBO. We had a fine rain in this section Tuesday but we need more. Algot Olson was a caller at Sohl berg's on Sunday afternoon. Andrew Hedin and Oscar Newman were callers at Ericson's on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson of Minneap- THE PRI^CETO^ ITINIOX: THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1911. olis were visiting at Louis Anderson's over Sunday. On Wednesday evening next there will be an ice cream social at the Baptist church. Everybody welcome. Rev. Gustafson was at Spencer Brook on Sunday and Olof Ockerlund held services in the Baptist church here. The M. B. A. lodge of Dalbo will give a dance in its new hall on Sat urday evening, July 22. has been secured and promised a good time. Among those who dance in the M. B. A. hall were Misses Lillian and Minnie Sohlberg, Ella and Phoebe Larson, Carl Sohl berg and Ben Petterson. LONG SIDING. Quite a number of Estes Brook peo ple attended the hop on Saturday night. Chas. Erickson spent Sunday with his brother, Ben, at Anoka. Ben is in the hospital. Leon Bergeron and Tommy Thomp son departed for the harvest fields of the west last Thursday. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Stanley died on Friday morning. The funeral was held on Monday. A number of young folks attended the party at Steinbach's on Friday evening and all had a good time. A ball game will be played at Glen dorado next Sunday between Long Siding and the team of that place. A benefit dance will be given at Long Siding hall on Saturday even ing for Peter Dejarlais. All should attend. BLUE HILL Otto Borneke gave a dancing party to his friends last evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Fullwiler spent Sunday visiting at J. Beer's in Green bush. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brande and son, Orrin, spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lavelle and family. Miss Hilda Gravener has returned to her home in St. Paul after spend ing her vacation with Mrs. Marie Rottier. At the school meeting district 36, Sherburne county, Marion Northway was elected director in place of Matt Johnson. A rain fell all Tuesday afternoon, wetting the ground to the depth of six inches, and giving a new lease of life to corn and potatoes. A mistake of the printer last week made one of my items read that Earl Fullwiler lost a baseball pad at Elk River. It should have read Elk lake. The finder will please return it. THREE CORNERS. Miss Esther Nelson visited Miss Grace Moody on Friday. Walter and Vernie Lambert are up from Minneapolis on a visit. Miss Hildegard Holman was home visiting her parents on Sunday. The dance at Charley Shearston's was well attended and everybody en joyed it. The school election was held on Saturday evening. Mr. Taylor and Nelson King were elected. Mr. and Mrs. George King and cousins, Lester and Lloyd King, at tended the ball game on Sunday. Miss Lillian Gustafson, Esther Nel- Mr ill to \l/ Viz Good music everybody is BOGUS BROOK. to attended the in this Haying is in full blast vicinity. The Watkms man was in this ity last week. Charlie Tessmer returned from Wis consin last week. Mr. Tessmer called on Herman Ziemer on Sunday. George Jorgenson returned from the city on Friday evening. Ole Folwick has been elected as school director in district 28. Mrs. Nels Olson called at the Wm. Hofferbert home on Monday. Everybody enjoyed the dance at Tessmer's on Wednesday evening. Mrs. C. A. Erickson and Louis Jones called at the A]bin Swenson home on Saturday evening. Miss Lydia Tessmer returned to Princeton on Saturday after a fort night's visit with home folks. Reno Deidrich has taken Mr. Hur tig's place as carrier on route 1 while the latter is enjoying his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson and family and Arthur Skoglund were callers at the Ole Folwick home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hofferbert and family and Messrs. Swedberg and Rudd called at the Albin Swenson home on Sunday. Word has been received here of the death of John Campbell at Snoho mish, Wash., on July 9. Mr. Camp bell will be remembered as one of the former residents of this vicinity. He lived here uatil a little more than a year ago, when he moved, with his wife and daughter, to Washington. The relatives are extended the sym pathy of the entire community in their affliction. vicin- \b W/ Mi it/ son and ,rGertrude Orne attended an ice cream social in Princeton on Thursday evening. Miss Esther Nelson was the guest of her friends, Misses Leila and Rosie Marshall, the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson King and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thomas and son, John, were Sunday visitors at Pete Lambert's. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Hamilton at tended the ball game at Charley Berry's. Three Corners beat Bald win but another game will be played between these teams two weeks from Sunday. OPSTEAD. Baying is in full progress heye and there is a good crop. C. P. Hernwall has been ailing for the last few days. He has not been very strong of late, but we hope to see him well again soon. John Skretting has just finished cutting an unusually fine and large crop of winter rye. Crops in general have never looked better around here. There has been quite a number of Iowa men here lately looking over the country and some have bought farms with the intention of making this their future home. Our road overseer, Harry Johnson, was on the Red top road a few days ago with men and teams and gave the road a good trimming up. When it comes to building roads Harry is right there with the goods. Mr. and Mrs. John Skretting were at Redtop on Monday in their auto. They accompanied their son, Edward, as far as Redtop, where he took the train for St. Cloud. There he will be employed by the International Har vester company. ESTES BROOK. Whooping cough is quite prevalent at this place. Hulda Bergman is employed at John Levau's. Olive Ayers spent Sunday with Selma Sandquist. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Beden Sundayed at Fred Warner's. Esther Bleed spent Sunday at her home in this village. Mary Knutsen visited at the Erick son home on Sunday. Phoebe Crook and Earl DeHart spent Sunday at Milaca. Jake Knutsen visited at A. G. Bemis' on Sunday evening. The Estes Brook swifts will cross bats with Foreston next Sunday on **"^f-^-^ 5^^: 35r:^ ST.^ST^fr ^^?T The New Shoes% ARE HERE Hamilton-BrownMake American Lady American Gentleman yfy We Have Just Received a Large Shipment of Shoes to Men's, Ladies' and Children's We claim to carry the Neatest Styles as well as the Best Quality of shoes that are made. We invite everybody to come to our store now and see the new styles. The new style for children, called "Sunday," is perfect in fit and comfort The New Shoes Are Here Now A. E. ALLEN & The Store TKat Serves You Best 9\ General Merchandise u& JZ PPiwrrTrsw .*.T 7r, oenerai raercnandise & j& PRINCETON Wins Again the latter's diamond and a good game is promised. A few from here attended the dance and ball game at Long Siding. Clara Sandquist visited at Henry Uglem's, Long Siding, on Saturday evening and Suuday. Emma Bergman, who has been em ployed in Minneapolis, is spending her vacation at home. Quite a jolly bunch gathered at Dogtown on Saturday and, no doubt, they had a jolly old time. A Poor Recommendation. "He means well." she said. "Say no more," he replied, "I know now exactly what sort of a fool he is." Detroit Free Press. [The race for popular favor has been won on superior quality by "Leads Them AW Theo. Hamm Brewing Co. 5JOBLOM & OLSON Local Agents Reward Offered. I will give a reward to the person who furnishes such information as will lead to the discovery of the per son who shot my pet dog, "Brun," which I highly valued. The dog was shot between Sven Kittilson's and the Glendorado store. Otto Craft, Glendorado. Aionzo Whltemau Freed. Alonzo Whiteman, a former Minne sota state senator, has served his time in the New York penitentiary for forgery and was set free on Tuesday. In his palmy days Whiteman ran through a fortune of more than $2,000,000, most of which was spent in Chicago and New York, and after dissipating his money entered upon a career of crime to obtain more.