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I I It/ Vl) \i/ iJM. The New Goats will be in for the showing on Friday and Saturday. The Palmer Garments The Bischof Coats Mi 0- Farm Fireside. Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents ZIMMERMAN. Mrs. R. E. Lynch was in Princeton last Friday. I. F. Walker shipped stock from here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Iliff drove.to Princeton last Friday. Will Broulette of Minneapolis is here visiting old friends. Mervin Kilmartin is building a new house south of town. Herman Stendahl is visiting friends In Minneapolis this week. Torger Olson has sold his farm to Rudolph Lemke of Crown. Grandma Truax, who has been sick for some time, is no better. Mr. and Mrs. George Merrill of Anoka were in town on Tuesday. M. K. Iliff of Elk River was in town on business Wednesday of this week. There was a moving picture show in town Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Mrs. W. A. Smith and son, Jay, went to Anoka on business Tuesday. The young people had a Hallowe'en party at Mickelson's on Tuesday night. Wm. Swanson is having some re pair work done on his house and store. Irving Jennison of Minneapolis spent Sunday with friends and rela tives here. Mrs. D. S. Walker of Spencer Brook visited relatives here from Fri day until Sunday. George James, who is buying pota toes at Becker, came home to spend Sunday with his family. There will be a dance in the M. W. A. hall on Friday night. Music will &> furnished by an Anoka orchestra. Quite"a number of Odd Fellows went to Elk River on Saturday night and were entertained by brother Odd Fel lows there. They report a very good time. The youngsters of town were out celebrating Tuesday night and it took some time Wednesday morning to carry things baok where they be longed. Mrs. Wm. Swanbro and Mrs. Lucy Swanbro of Princeton visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Foley last Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Swanbro returned on the -bt-Ji^. f#f*k& Coats Ladies9 Our stock of Ladies' and Children's Coats is complete in sizes, and those who have seen our line all know where to find the up-to-date coat line. Groceries In our grocery department will always be found the best eatables to be had. The stock is replenished every day, which makes our groceries always fresh. Friday and Saturday we will offer spe cials in groceries that will be of interest to all good house keepers. Your trade is ap preciated here. Try our cof fees. We can sell coffee at prices others cannot meet evening train and Mrs. Lucy Swanbro visited here until Saturday. Mrs. Page of Prescott, Wis., and Mrs. Shear of Cottage Grove, Minn., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Iliff. Mrs. Shear is a cousin and Mrs. Page is an aunt of Mrs. Iliff. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith and daughter, Mrs. W. A. Smith and Mrs. D. S. Walker went to Monticello on Sunday to visit Mrs. Walker's daughter, Mary, who is teaching there. WEST SPENCER BROOK. Jim McKenzie and family went Princeton last Saturday. Roy Stickney of Bradford to his old farm on Sunday. Lawrence Clough has been on the sick list for the last two weeks. James McKenzie and wife spent Sunday afternoon at H. W. Prescott's. Everybody is busy hauling pota toes this nice weather, while the price is good. to was up Gill Clough and family and Al Baxter and family spent Sunday at O. Moody's. Guess who started for Bradford the other night with a single buggy with six people in it and broke the buggy. O. A. Cotten and wife of Princeton were at Spencer Brook last Wednes day and stopped at C. A. Williams* for dinner. The Tri-State telephone men are at work between Princeton and Cam bridge putting in new poles and other wise repairing the line. Ed Reynolds of Waverly, Iowa, who has been spending the last two months with his brother, A. J. Reynolds, and family, returned to his home last Fri day. WOODWARD BROOK. Neal Byl is helping A. Starkenburg to stack millet hay. A number of our young people spent Hallowe'en at the Kaufert home. M. Newman is digging a cellar for a new house to be built in early spring. Quite a number of potatoes were frozen in the piles during the recent cold wave. Mrs. P. C. Van fcJomeren is spend ing a week visiting relatives in Baldwin, Wis. Miss Louise Kaufert is in the cities taking a course in dressmaking and general sewing. Quite a number of new text books have been bought for the school room and also a large new map of Minne- .V'^MS &*& Special For Friday and Saturday November 3 and 4 200 Yards of Satin, regular price per yard $1.00, special price 69c 100 Ladies' Skirts at a Dis- count of 20 Percent sota. New seats have been sent for as there was not room for all the pupils. Albert Riebe finished threshing last Friday and hauled his rig and engine into winter quarters. Mrs. M. Newman, sr.', returned on Friday from a four weeks' visit with her daughter in Minneapolis. Godfrey Wicktor came up from Elk River last evening and proceeded to Santiago for a couple of days' visit. Roads- are improving and many loads of potatoes are being hauled to market, some to Pease, Long Siding and Princeton. Last Sunday Rev. C. Larson of Princeton came up and organized a Union Sunday school in school No. 12. Quite a number of people were in terested and were present to help the work along. The following officers were elected: Superintendent, H. Rasmussen vice superintendent, Mrs. W. Talen secretary, Louis Talen treasurer, A. Starkenburg. The active work will begin November 12, when Rev. Larson will again be present. He has also promised to preach at 8'oclock on the evening of Sunday, November 12, and everybody is cordially invited to be present. CROWN. Gustie Whittlof is home for a few weeks. Walter Haas worked) for Mr. Turner on Friday and Saturday. Many loads of cattle went to Zim merman on Monday and Tuesday. Misses Lena and Lydia Polster spent Sunday afternoon at Bartz'. Emma Kriesel went to Princeton on Monday, where she will attend school this winter. Misses Martha Lemke and Ella Whittlof called on Emma Haas on Sunday afternoon. Olga, Ethel and Paul Griep and Herman Abrahamson were Crown callers last Sunday. The German Lutheran school begun last Monday. Quite a number of children are attending it. Fred Haas was in Crown the first part of last week. We are always glad when he comes home. Just about everybody is through digging spuds and are all getting ready for the corn husking. Misses Lena Polster, Emma Haas, Ida Lemke and Lillian Lemke spent Sunday evening at the home of Emma Kriesel. Renata Polster went to Princeton .l.M..1-,..1,,,-,,,1,..lB^E3a5wft55=s==as==s THE PBIKCETOK 1TNIOK THURSDAY, ISTOviiMBER 2, 1911. Comfort Shoes. A. E. ALLEN & CO. The Store With the Goods general Merchandise The Stor Wit the Goods & PRINCETON, MINN. MMndJI[inteLOpeiiing Our showing of winter goods which opened last Friday morning has been the most successful and largest 2J attended showing we have ever had, and is continuing well patronized every day this week We have JIJ arranged for more help and will be in a position to accommodate the customers promptly. Friday and Saturday Will be the Two Biggest Days of the Showing Shoes Hamilton-Brown Make A large consignment of La- dies', Misses' and Children's Shoes just received. Also a large assortment of Felt and The Daniel Green Line The Finest Felt Shoe Line Made. Buy Your Shoes Where As sortments are Large. on Thursday of lasb week to visit her uncle and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. O. Strauch, and also-her oister, Clara. BOGUS BROOK. Axel Carlson returned from the cities on Saturday evening. V. A. Rowland called on Wm. Hofferbert on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Niesen called at the August Laxabrecht home on Sun day. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. August Lambrecht, oa Wednesday, a bounc ing boy. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carlson called on Mr. and Mrs. Albin Swenson on Sunday. Several from this vicinity attended the silver wedding anniversary at Chas. Norman's. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Folwick and family called at the Herman Ziemer home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Swenson called on Mr. and Mrs. August Lambrecht on Sufiday evening. Miss Lydia Tessmer and brother, Eddie, called at the Wm. Hofferbert home on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hofferbert and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S wedberg on Sunday. Mrs. Ablin Swenson and baby aad Miss Ella Carlson called at the] Wm. Hofferbert home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Rowland are enjoying a visit from Mr. Rowland's parents of Rock county, and Mrs. Rowland's father from Clear Lake, S. D. ESTES BROOK. Jake Knutsen is suffering from a se vere oold. Who said Estes Brook was not a swift town? Clara Sandquist is employed at the Estes Brook store. Charlie Erickson called at Kron strom's on Sunday. Miss Phoebe Crook of Foley spent Sunday in Dogtown. O. J. Almlie and J. O. Beden were Princeton visitors on Monday. Ed Bemis and Gust Anderson of Princeton were here on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gramer and family Sundayed at W. Frescholtz'. The feed mill is in full swing now. Feed ground on Mondays and Fri days. Charlie Sand berg and Hildur Kron- Men's Sheep Skin Coats The Gordon Coats Our Stock is Large and Our Prices Are Small Men's Fur Coats Plush Lined Coats Compare Quality and Prices and You Will Find Ours Always the Best. The Malone Pants For Men strom were Princeton visitors on Sunday. Several of the young folks from this vicinity attended the Hallowe'en party at Aarseth's. Pauline Trunk and Alma Herman son called at the Ayers home on Mon day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alberb Johnson and family of' Freer spent Sunday at August Linde's. Minnie Betzler and friend of Long Siding were%visiting friends here on Sunday afternoon. Mary Knutsen aad Fred Erickson are visiting in the twin cities. Wonder what's nest? Among the callers at H. L. Bemis' on Sunday were Misses Hermanson and Trunk and Earl DeHarfc. A surprise party was given at the E. Bemis home on Friday evening, it being Roy Bemis' sixteenth birth day anniversary. An enjoyable time was had by all who were there. Auction Sale An auction sale will be held on the farm of Erick Haglund, Z% miles east f Princeton, on Tuesday, November 7, beginning at 1 p.m., and at that time the following property will be offered for sale: 4 horses, 8 heifers, 8 hogs, harness, 2 wagons, set of bob sleds, mower, rake, drill, new Deer ing binder, ieed mill, 2 plows, 2 culti vators, sprayer, box of tools and numerous other articles. Erick Haglund, Owner. M. M. Stroeter, Auctioneer. Buckwheat Ground. If you have any buckwheat, rye or feed to grind bring it to Spencer Brook. Good work and reasonable prices. 45-4c J. S. Bengtson. He Found Father A barrister of considerable reputa tion on a northern circuit found it necessary, if he were to gain a verdict, to discredit a certain witness, says London Opinion. The cross-exami nation, therefore, suggested that the youth was a wrong 'un, and that his relatives in general, and his father in particualr, were all worthless. The youth demurred. "Don't you know," thundered the counsel,''that your father would be in jail if the police knew where to find him?" I don't think so," said the youth. "But you'd better ask him yourself. There he sits in the back row of the jury." WANT COLUMN 1 Notices under this head will be inserted at one cent per word No advertisement will he published in this column for less than 15 cts LOST. LOSTOn Monday, in village of Princeton, a grain ticket from the St. Anthony & Dakota Elevator Co., No. 54, for $48.05. Finder please return to Union office for re ward. a $1 3 lk FOR SALE. FOR SALEA six horse-power Waterloo Boy gasoline engine cheap for cash. E. G. Giltner, Box 7, Route 4, Princeton. 44-2fcp FOR SALEPair driving bobs, a two-seated buggy and a good driv ing horse. Apply to A. J. Buliis Will trade for a eow or anything I can use. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTEDFat cattle. Bring all you have to Hummel's meat market, opposite starch factory, Prince ton- 42-tfc TAKEN UPFour head 'of young cattle. Owner please notify John Black, Route 2, Dalbo, Minn. Itp TAKEN UP-A bay colored cow. Owner may obtain same upon appli cation to L. Halverson, Route 1, Princeton. Up MARKET REPORT The quotations hereunder are those prevailing on Thursday morning at the time of going to press: POTATOES. Triumphs 50 Kurbanks 50 Ohios go Rose 45 GRAIN, HAY, ETC. Wheat, No. 1 Northern 97 Wheat, No. 2 Northern 94 Wheat, No. 3 Northern '90 Wheat, No. 4 Northern .86 Wheat, Rejected "79 Oats qfifijraQ Parley l/ firstname.lastname@example.orgQQ^Q-J gy.? 79@83 Wildhay 6T50 Tame hay No- 1 0 2 QQ LIVE STOCK Fat beeves, per ft 3c 4c Calves, per lb 4c 5c Hogs, per cwt !$7'.66 $7.50 Sheep, per 3ed4c Hens, old, per ft Springers, per a !i5o MINNEAPOLIS. Minneapolis, Wednesday evening..$1.05, FSSf*'No. 1 hard, $1.07 No. 1 Nor th Northern White Oats, 46c No. 3, 45c. Rye, 92c. Flax, No. 1, $2.17. Corn, No. 3 Yellow, 70c. Barley, 68c@$l.l8.