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Gleanings by Oar Country
Mike Keller lost one of his horses
Boyd Hamilton spent Sunday after
noon at the Murphy home.
Mabel Bengtson spent Thursday
and Friday with Mildred Johnson.
Mrs. Claude Woodward returned to
her home in Minneapolis on Thurs
Miss Beth Fox of Princeton spent a
few days with Pearl McCracken last
Mrs. Kenniston of Anoka is visiting
her daughters, Mrs. Jock and Will
Pierson and families.
Mrs. O. A. Dorff and Mrs. T.
Holen and daughter spent Sunday
afternoon at the Trunk home.
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy and family
are visiting Mrs. Kennedy's mother,
Mrs. Wheeler, and other relatives.
Katie Trunk left on Tuesday for
Minneapolis, where she will visit her
sister, Mrs. Henry Dorff, for a few
Olga Carlson left on Saturday to
visit relatives in Minneapolis and in
points in Wisconsin. She intends to
be gone nearly the entire summer.
Iva McCracken closed a successful
term of school in district 10 on
17. The day was given over to a pic
nic. About 70 partook of the picnic
dinner. The afternoon was spent in
playing games. At 4 o'clock every
one departed for their homes declar
ing they had spent a very pleasant
Ask Joe the latest.
Gene Bemis is on the sick list.
Mr. Bracken has purchased a
Fourth of July celebration in Dog
town this year, rain or shine.
Just watch Jess Crook make the
dust fly with his swell new rig.
Billy Munson and Frank Lindquist
were callers at John Bleed's on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Almlie and
son, Albert, Sundayed at Opsahl's in
Leonard Moe of Ronneby was seen
in Dogtown Sunday evening. Why
was he there?
Joe Shapansky, Charlie Erickson
and Sadie Mahler made a business
trip to Foley on Saturday.
A number of young folks spent Sun
day evening at H. L. Bemis'. Ice
cream was served to the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Gerth and
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sandberg
visited with P. N. Kronstrom on Sun
The ball game of last Sunday was a
dandy. Although Princeton failed to
show up a pickup team did its best to
defeat the regulars but failed.
Hans Nelson, who underwent a
surgical operation for gall stones, is
improving rapidly. He is still at Dr.
Cooney's hospital in Princeton.
Dave Sandquist has purchased two
colts from A. G. Bemis. They are
dandies and will make a first-class
team. The price paid was $250.
Charlie Erickson is the proud pos
sessor of a beautiful parrot which he
just received from a friend down
river. It is a fine bird and can con
verse in 14 languages.
E. D. Erickson spent a few days of
last week in Minneapolis visiting rel
Miss Martha Ott returned to St.
Paul on Thursday after visiting for
three weeks with her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Brolin is still on the sick list.
She has not been feeling well for
some time, but we ail hope she
may soon recover.
Those who went camping and fish
ing at Blue lake on Saturday evening
were Miss Ina McKenney, Miss Shear
and Roy and Leon McKenney.
Tnere will be a dance at Wm,
Barton's house on Saturday evening,
May 25, given by Earl Thompson and
Lyle Morton. Everybody come and
have a good time.
The basket social and entertainment
at the Chapman school house on
Wednesday evening was quite a suc
cess. The play entitled "Ma's New
Boarder" was fine. The Maypole
dance given by the little girls and
boys of the school was also very nice.
The proceeds of the baskets amounted
to about $35.
Nelson King bought a new corn
planter on Tuesday.
Lester King bought anew top buggy
and harness on Saturday.
Hugh Edmunds is here visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Edmunds.
Sewell Hamilton is helping his
brother, Orin, on the farm this week.
The mail man, Mr. Mathis, has been
making only half his trip every day
on account of
Mr. Parks and son, Leon, are paint
ing their houses, whioh makes a great
Mr. House wrestled Mr. Busch and
won the match. We are glad to seeday.
that Three Corners has a wrestler
that can beat this so-called champion.
Mrs. H. Droogsma, who has been
very sick, is somewhat better.
Miss Sennie Van de Riet is suffer
ing from tonsilitis.
S. Kiel of Orange City, Iowa, is
visiting his brothers, G. and P. Kiel
C. Moss of Hull, Iowa, is visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. A. Blaker for a
Miss R. Norman closed a successful
term of school last Friday and her
pupils presented a short but interest
ing program. A picnic was also
Mr. Youngdahl, representing the
Anti-Saloon league of Minnesota,
gave a very interesting illustrated
lecture in the Pease church on Sunday
evening. He spoke over two hours
to about 150 people and all present
enjoyed the lecture from start to
Seventy-five tubs of butter consti
tuted the week's output at the Pease
creamery. Thirty-five cents per pound
for all butterfat delivered in the
of April was paid to the stock
holders. Five new shareholders have
been added to the association since
the annual meeting in January.
Dance at Long Siding hall next
A few of the boys attended the party
at Leo Peters' on Saturday evening.
Ball game next Sunday between
Milaca and the Long Siding boys at
We were all sorry to hear of the
death of Father Levings. He was a
man liked by all of us.
Haul your cream to the West
Branch creamery and get the best
prices for your butterfat.
The ladies of Freer were on an out
ing on Monday and took supper at
the Commercial, Long Siding.
Andrew Lindquist has started a
dray line at Long Siding. For quick
work and a good job call on Andrew.
Mrs. H. E. Jones leaves next
Wednesday for St. Paul.
Mrs. Giles Ellsworth has been on
the sick list the past few days.
Leslie Her is working for Giles
Ellsworth through the busy season.
Albert Peterson is home from
Princeton for a few days' visit with
his parents at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fitzgerald and
family of Rockville visited at the Wm.
Hofferbert home over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Her and
daughter of Milaca visited with the
former's parents at Borgholm last
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hofferbert and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Albin Swenson
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Fitzgerald and family and Mrs. H. E.
Jones were pleasantly entertained at
the Oscar S wedberg home at Bock on
May basket hanging seems to be
the go in this vicinity.
Ole Bengtson was transacting busi
ness in St. Paul on Monday.
Mrs. Louis Palm called on Mrs.off
Everett Hall one day last week.
Miss Myrtle Harrington visited at
the Grapentine home over Sunday.
Ed Hall is building an addition to
his house which is a great, improve
Mrs. George Tomlinson visited with
her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Steeves,
Oscar Bengtson and Gust Road
strom visited friends in Oxbow last
A number of young folks from this
vicinity attended the dance at Wyanett
last Saturday night.
Anna Roadstrom, Alma Peterson
and Signa Bengtson called on Ger
trude Steeves on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Leon Annis and daughter,
Olive and Myrtle Schmidt and Mrs.
Herb Gates visited at John Gates'
Visitors at Henry Steeves' on Sun
day were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Steeves
and children, Myrtle Carr and Alfred
and Lawrence Levin.
The Misses Agnes Bengtson, Anna
Roadstrom, Edna Ericson and Mrs.
Andrew Roadstrom visited at the Ole
Bengtson home on Sunday.
A few of the young people from
Stanchfield lake attended the enter
tainment at Dalbo last Friday even
ing, it being the close of school.
Mrs. Andrew Roadstrom was called
to Minneapolis on Tuesday by the ill
ness of her daughter, Mrs. A. Whit
comb. We hope she will recover.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Milbrandt
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mil
brandt and family and Elvina and
John Ericson were visitors at Ernest
Radeke's on Sunday.
Carl Bengtson closed a successful
term of sohool at Carmody last Fri
A picnic was given which was
largely attended and a bounteous
dinner was had. All report a dandy
The Ladies' Aid society met with
Mrs. Wm. Schmidt last Thursday.
There was a large attendance and all
report a pleasant time. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. Henry
T. J. Anderson has his new barn
Mr. and Mrs. Erick Tolin and
daughter, Myrtje, were visiting at
Louis Anderson's on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson and
daughter, Minnie, were visiting at
Erick Swanson's in Carmody on Sun
Callers at Nat Young's on Sunday
were Adolph Blixt, Fred Swanson,
David Stronstrom and Victor and
Miss Kate Woesser closed a suc
cessful term of school in district 54
on Friday with a nice program and
a picnic dinner on the green. A ball
Mr. Ott is building an addition to
Irving Jenmson spent Sunday here
I. F. Walker shipped stock from
here on Tuesday.
Mr. Stroeter of Princeton was in
town on business Monday.
Harry Pratt was in Elk River be
tween trains on Saturday.
James Walley of Anoka was in town
the latter part of last week.
George Foley went to Anoka on
Saturday to visit his two little girls
and returned Sunday evening.
Herman Stendahl purchased the
confectionery stock from John Looney
and took possession last week.
The ball game at Princeton on Sun
day between Zimmerman and Long
Siding was a victory for Long Siding.
Grandma Pratt returned from
Princeton last Saturday, where she
has been visiting friends the past
Mrs. Wickoff and son of Minne
apolis are spending the week with
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lynch and
Quite a number of people from here
attended the funeral services of Rev.
Father Levings yesterday morning at
The dance in the M. W. A. hall on
Friday night was not very well at
tended. People are too busy to dance
nowadays, especially the farmers.
Lofgreen Bros, are hauling their
hay to Princeton.
Mrs. Alice Taylor is visiting rela
tives in Elk River.
Grover Taylor and Claude Bragg
went to Minneapolis on Sunday.
The Battle brook cement bridge has
been repaired and travel has been re
sumed over it.
Herb and Art Campbell of Baldwin
visited their uncle, J. H. Fulwiller,
and family on Sunday.
An expert salesman from the Mc
Connon Co. is here to teach Grover
Taylor how to sell medicine.
Clarence Taylor is pulling stumps
a 20-acre patch of ground. He is
using Joe Steven's stump puller.
The Battle brook bridge is being
repaired this week and the public will
appreciate it when the job is done.
Chas. Thompson made a trip to
Minneapolis this week. We learn
that he intends to purchase an auto.
Miss Florence Olson and sister re
turned to Minneapolis on Monday
after a few weeks' visit at J. H. Full
Canute Olson of Minneapolis has
purchased the east half of the south
east quarter of section 10 and will
Some of the early planted potatoes
on black land have rotted from the
cold and wet, and corn planting has
Miss Alice Fullwiler went to Minne
apolis on Monday to visit her sister
and assist her in caring for her little
daughter, who is quite sick.
There will be a dancing party in J.
Lavelle's hall on Saturday evening,
May 25. Supper, refreshments, and
msusic by a three-piece orchestra.
Sad news reached Blue Hill of the
sudden death of little Harold Hull,
which occurred at Forestville, Cal.,
last Monday. Death was caused by
the effects of measles. He was a
bright little fellow and to know him
was to love him. The family has the
sympathy of the entire community.
Lester Reick of Foley, a 11-year-old
boy, was through this section of theball
country last week getting subscrip
tions for a farm paper. He is trying
The Perfection is an automatically balanced ma
chine. It dips into depressions. Not a "Seesaw"
arrangement that makes it hard to balance. It bal-
to earn a Shetland pony that is
offered as a premium, and he certain
ly deserves to win for the perse
verance and pluck he displayed in
going alone so far from home.
We learn that John Hull and wife
are on their way back to Princeton.
Mr. Hull has contracted a bad cold
and concluded that the damp air of
the coast was not good for him.
DISTRICT NO. SO
Mrs. Huldah Hubbard is busy
papering and calsomining her house.
Mary Larson and friend visited
with Cora Hubbard on Friday even
Grace and Theo. Davis visited with
Mabel and Elmer Hanson on Satur
day and Sunday.
Glendorado was well represented on
Sunday at the ball game between
Estes Brook and Dogtown.
A large crowd from here attended
the Seventeenth of May celebration
on Friday and reported a fine time.
Mr. Me and brother, Lewis, and
lady friend of Klondike took in theago
game at Estes Brook on Sunday.
John Jordahl and brother, Dan, of
St. Cloud visited with their sister,
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Mike Keller lost a fine horse last
Corn planting is well under way in
Gunner Hofflander went to Foley on
Sunday to play ball.
We are glad to hear that Louis
Norberg is gaining in health.
Mrs. Egge is building a fine large
chicken house of modern type.
Herb and Art Campbell were visit
ing their aunt and uncle in Blue Hill
Henry Glade has had the painters
at work on his house and barn the
C. L. Campbell bought a fine bred
Percheron mare last week from Kali
her & King.
There seems to be a great many
sick horses this spring for some
reason or other.
Dave Looney'8 health has imfence
proved so that he nan do a few chores
every day now.
The veterinarian from Zimmerman
made a professional call in this vi
cinity on Friday.
Earl Fullwiler of Blue Hill was
visiting his cousin, Burlie and Ernest
Campbell, on Sunday.
We understand a quantity of pota
toes has rotted in tbe ground on acstumps.
count of the cold, wet weather.
Cutworms are very much in evi
dence again this year, and we hear
the corn crop may suffer much.
The ball game between tbe Baldwin
and Elk lake teams on Sunday was a
failureElk lake failed to appear.
Johnny Wurzhuber has bought the
80-acres opposite the Lafavor place
and has it nearly all plowed ready
for a crop.
Tom Hubbard left on Monday
morning for Becker, where he will
work this summer for his brother-in
law, Sam Walker.
Those who took in the sights at
Foley on Saturday from this burg
were Albert Wager, Arthur Crook,
Walter Mickelson and mother, Mae
Christianson, Frank and Tom Hub
bard, H. W*. Magnus and Ed Indre
Ole Wahlin is on tbe sick list.
Harry Johnson is preparing to
the balance of his land this
We are having more rain this spring
than we have had for years and forreaved
that reason all farm work is being
Carl Haglund, one of our enterpris
ing young farmers, is making sub
stantial improvements on his farm in
the way of clearing and pulling
Andrew Kalberg, of the firm of
Holm & Kalberg, says that besides
their usual big business in general
merchandise they are selling lots of
farm implements this spring. That
sounds good for this neighborhood.
The Misses Minnie Peterson, Jennie
Skoog and Lydia Samuelson, all of
Eastwood, passed by here last Fri
day on their way to Redtop, where
they took the train for Duluth and re
turned home on Monday morning's
Rev. August E. Johnson preached
his farewell sermon last Sunday even
ing to a large audience. He and his
wife made many warm friends during
their stay here who much regret to
see them leave. Rev. and Mrs. John
son went to Duluth from here.
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T. Olson transacted business in
Foley on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Jensen visited
at tbe Nels Johnson home in Santiago
Mrs. T. Jensen visited with her
daughter, Mrs. A. Alickson, in Santi
Mrs. N. George of Santiago is in
the Northwestern hospital, Princeton,
where she has had an operation. Her
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Mrs. Gust Daline, at this place, on
George Hanson, Melvm Daline,
Edwin Indrehus and Philip Magnus7
spent Thursday evening at the Hub
many friends hope to soon see her
Miss Julia Anderson has returned
to Minneapolis after a few days' visit
at her home in Santiago.
Among the visitors at Aleck Ander
son's on Supday were Mrs. T. Olson,
Mrs. Geo. Uran and Mrs. Helene
Christ Knutson and Arthur and
Elmer Wold spent Sunday at Briggs
lake and came home with a good sup
ply of fish.
Anton Bakken's horses ran away
one day last week. The wagon was
demolished and one horse dashed
against a tree and instantly killed.
Word has been received of the death
of Ida Hilma Uran, aged 2% years,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Uran, formerly of Glendorado, on
May 12, at Ross, N. D., following an
operation for appendicitis. We ex
tend our sincere sympathy to the be
parents in their hour of sor
A. Starkenburg is having a new
Olander Pierson has his new house
Mrs. Albert Riebe is still confined
to her home by illness.
Louis Saxon was on the sick list
several days last week.
Louis Tahn and Albert Anderson
spent Tuesday in Milaca.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Larson of Prince
ton visited in our community last
P. W. Jensen's dwelling house is
much improved in looks by means of
paint and brush.
The Moline family of Pease and the
Aug. Anderson family spent Sunday
at tbe Thorring home.
Potato planting has begun in
earnest and farmers here are putting
in tbe usual acreage.
The telephone directors held a busi
ness meeting at the home of Peter
Jensen on Monday evening. 7^-L
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uglem of Long
Siding were callers at the P. Jensen
home on Monday evening.
Henry Alderink of Pease is working
on a piece of road near the railroad
track and improving it very much.
Wm. Talen bought some cattle from
B. Van Rockel of Pease last week
and also a cow from John Nyenhuis.
P. W. Jensen had his crew of
helpers setting up poles on the direct