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it/ vl/ \W New Dress S Trimmings & We have just received a very fine and attrac- tive line of trimmings for fall. They are on display now. All our trimmings are sold ex- clusively by us here. General Merchandise jW ft* \^h& Farm Fireside, I Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents OXBOW Miss Olive Schmidt visited with Mrs. George Tomlinson on Monday. James Tomlinson attended the dance at Lafe Slaback's last Saturday evening. Miss Anna Hedstrom of Dalbo spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Yal Mott. Millard Mott left on Monday morn ing for Silver City, New Mexico, in search of health. Mrs. Pairon and son, Victor, were entertained by Mrs. Eugene Duby a few days this week. Miss Mazie Mott visited with Ger trude Steeves and Signie Bengtson on Monday and Tuesday. Miss Sophie Chalstrom came up from Minneapolis on Monday even ing for a visit with her parents. Callers at Henry Steeves on Sun day were Miss Annie Roadstrom, Miss Myrtle Carr and Mr. McCart. Mrs. William Chalstrom and daugh ter, Sophie, were calling at Andrew Roadstrom's on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clophus Bulleigh and family, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Val Mott, Millard, Mazie and Doris Mott and Earl Erickson picnicked at Green lake on Sunday. Those from this vicinity who at tended the dance at Dalbo on Satur day were Mr. and Mrs. Val Mott, Miss Mazie Mott, Henry Bulleigh, Gertrude Steeves, Charlie, Gust and Annie Roadstrom, George and Heiga Chalstrom, Axel, Oscar, Carl and TH Trade at the Store Where Quality a nd Cleanliness are Always Kept JZ? ^5-5-^ 5-5-5-5^^-5-5^^-^^*5-5'-5-5-^^ Signie Bengtson. a dandy good time for the next dance. They all report and are looking GERMANY. Too much rain, isn't thereu Farmers are hauling large loads of potatoes to market. Prices are pretty good. A piano tuner was in the country on Tuesday and tuned several instru ments. Some of the boys of this vicinity attended the hop in Dalbo on Satur day night. Mrs. Gust Manke and Otto and Lena Manke visited friends in Prince ton on Sunday. August Kiesling and Joe McCart spent Sunday evening at the home of George Schmidt. Mrs. Frank Schilling and daughter Sundayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bockoven. James Tomlinson and Allen Henschel called at the H. C. Har rington home on Tuesday evening. Miss Eva Umbehocker of Princeton has been engaged to teach the south school for the coming year. We all wish her the best of success. August and Anton Gerth, Mrs. Keasling and children of Minne apolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Steeves spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schmidt. August Gerth has returned from Missouri, where he was called on ac count of the serious illness of his brother, who died shortly after he ar rived there. Death was due to old age and dropsy of the heart. THREE CORNERS. There was a show in the school house on Monday evening but on ac- THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, AUGUST 10,1911. CORSETS The New Corsets Are Also Here and on Display. The 50c and up to $2.50 A. E. ALLEN & CO. Nemo Corsets $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 count of rain the attendance was small. Miss Hildegard Holman spent Sun day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Chute are the proud parents of a boy. Arthur Linquist and Harry Nelson made a trip to Milo on Sunday. A daughter was bora to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O'Brien on Sunday. Miss Lillian Patten was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Buckingham on Sua day evening. Mr. aDd Mrs. Albert King and faaa ily were visiting at Lester King's one day last week. Mrs. Elvie Leathers and Mrs. Fanny O'Brien and child visited Erick Nel son on Sunday. Miss Eva Buckingham returned to her home on Saturday. We ajre all glad to see her back. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cartwright arrived on Saturday evening for a visit to relatives and friends. A dance was given by Mrs. May Libby and daughter, Myra, at James Edmunds' on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sausser, Miss Edna King and Scott Lambert were Sunday callers at Lester King's. Mrs. Elsie Moore and children re turned to their home in Dakota last week. Mrs. Wm. Leathers accom panied them as far as Minneapolis. DALBO. Andrew Newman called at Chas. Sohlin's on Sunday afternoon. The grain is all harvested and stacking has begun in this section. The Dalbo and Three Corners ball teams will play at Green lake next Sunday. The Leven brothers of Oxbow were NEW FALLGOOD S We carry the most complete line of groceries in town. Those who want clean eatables on their tables will always find them fi\ here. Just now we have large quantities of fruit for preserving, such as Apples, shipped in from fruit districts, Plums, Peaches, ff\ Pears. Something fresh every morning. We invite the ladies to visit our store and see the large selections of delicious eatables. ?f* E New Fall Goods Are Arriving in Large Quantities Every Day at Our Store Now. Splendid rt\ Assortments in All Lines. We "Will This Year Show a Store Full of the Finest Merchan- (f dise Ever Shown Here, at Prices that No One Can Attempt to Meet. "The Best Quality" is Our Motto II ADVANCE SHOWING AT OUR STORE NOW The Store That Serves You Best J& PRINCETON, MINN. visiting afc Walin's aad BergquIsS's on Sunday. The boys had qui&Q a hike home in the evening. The dance at the albo M. B-. A. hall on Saturday was largely at tended. There will be another dance there on Saturday, August 19. Every body iavited to coaae and have a good tiisae. Knute Hedstrom was seen wiih two swollen eyes the other day and you might have thought that Knute had been in the prize fighting ring, but we found 2ae had come in contact with poison, ivy while working in the field. ZIMMERMAN. J. W. Heffner went to the Swin cities on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Larson drova to Priaceton on Tuesday. Mr. Widmark of Bethel is working for Mr. Heffner again. Henry Swanson visited the twin cities on Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Fred Caine of Dakota is spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Jay Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Foley went to Spencer Brook on Sunday. Mrs. Kunzman visited her brother few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pratt and two daughters went to Duluth on Satur day and returned Monday. Arn" ^-i^ -0* -0* -0*0*-^0*-^-a*'*****-** **'+*-**'0*-0*-0*'**'f ****-^-0* of Minneapolis John Kruger, a Billy Hatfield received word that his mother is very ill, and he left on Wednesday morning for his home in Virginia. The M. E. Sunday school will hold its annual picnic on Tuesday, August 15, in the grove south of the Zimmer man school house. Before dinner The New Shoes & ARE ALSO HERE The Hamilton-Brown Make of Shoes and Oxfords 4 i Security Shoe for Children American Lady Shoe for Ladies American Gentleman Shoe for Men Quality The Store With I the Big Stock fcmw various kinds of races and other sports will be pulled of! for both old and young. The main feature of the afternoon will be two ball games be tween the boys' clubs and the town team vs. the married men. All are invited to come and enjoy the day. Come early and bring your dinner baskets. Robert McAllister of Monticello is working in the bank here with Mr. Berglund. He wants to learn the banking business. GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO. Miss Emma Rusness of Minneapolis is home on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Uran visited at Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Secord's on Sun day. Nils Nelson is in the cities securing medical aid. He has been ill for some time. Mrs. Ed. Anderson and two daughters of Minneapolis are visiting Mrs. Isaac Jensen. Miss Mabel Anderson of Elk River has been engaged to teach the Santi ago school, district 15, for the com- fj\ W J& xe JstfADS 7JHEMALL JSSfiTS jjreat influence extends far and wide. ffl*In attendance,equipment, courses ofstuqy, facilities for placing its stu dents in positions it is unsurpassed. Lar^efaculty-ol experiencedteachers. A course in this ^reat school leads to success. Ourcafa/ogue wemost'arf/stic eversentoi/t&y any scAoo/%ie//syou a//aouf j. /fyou are tofer? 'es/es/\senc/'//// io-etey. de/t/ress J**gg^0. MANKATO CQMMERC/AL COlLG&Jt^ MA A)'A'A TOTM/AfAf ing term of school. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dahl and family visited at Henry Stowe's in Santiago on Sunday. Who predicted a drouth? The heavy rains have saved the potatoes, which are looking fine in this vicinity. Mrs. O. Abrahamson of Greenbush is visiting her daughters, Mrs. O. G. Wold and Mrs. T. Knutson. The Y. P. U. will hold its social meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Finbogsen's on Saturday evening. All members are requested to be there. Anotner Wireless Telegraph. Because light travels so much quicker than the waves used in wire less, experiments are being made in making a sensitive instrument that will record transmitted light waves. If this turns out successfully, wireless telegraphy will be greatly simplified and quickened. You could order your case of golden grain belt beer in the twinkling of an eye," before "central" would have time to grab the plug. By the way, don't forget to order another case before the last bottle is gone. Company might come. Order your supply of Sjoblom Bros., Princeton.