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Ke --&. \X5he Farm Fireside. i Gleanings by Ovr Country Correspondents, GREENBUSH. at Emma Lindstrom spent Sunday Pederson's. A number from here attended the ball game at Long Siding on Sunday. A large crowd attended the dance at George Degleman's barn Saturday evening. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. church met with Mrs. Katherine Gennow on Wednesday. Richaid Guderian, wife and daugh ter, and Miss Dora Hamann spent Sunday at F. T. Guderian's. F. T. Guderian returned home from the cities Wednesday after a week's visit with relatives. Alma Reimann, Ella Heruth and Erlina Hartman visited Pearl Lab bissonniere on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Hartung is visiting in the twin cities. Florence Gramer is staving with Mrs. Hartung during his absence. Mr. and Mis. Hartung had their baby baptized on Sunday. They named her Luverne Elvina and Ben Hartman was godfather. Anna Skrantney of Princeton visited her friend, Freda Heruth, on Saturday and Sunday and attended the dance at Degleman's. Randi Pederson, Agnes Fradette, Pearl Labbissonniere, Edward and John Fradette and Edward and John Pederson spent Friday evening at Hartman's. GLENDORADO. J. S. Wasmuth and wife visited with Arthur Crook and wife on Sun day. Stella Penrod visited with her friend, Pussj Hubbard, from Friday until Sunday. Nels Johnson and wife of Santiago visited with their daughter, Mrs. Henry Magnus, on Sunday. Stella Penrod of Elk River is here on a visit to hei parents and friends. From here" she will go to Minne apolis. The Young Ladies' Aid society met with Miss Mollie Christianson on Satuidaj and will meet with Miss Cora Hubbard on July 20. All aie cordiallj imited. A bunch fiom this burg took in the ball game at Foley on Sunday between Fole\ and Estes Brook, and declaie the game the most interest- 'n of the season. GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO. Miss Mathilde Odegard is assisting as cleik in the Santiago store. Hjelmer Jensen and Helen Howard spent Sunda} at Snake River. Aleck Anderson and wife spent Sunday at Gilbert Anderson's. George Uran and wife visited at John Thompson's in Blue Hill on Sundaj. Glendorado and Santiago were fully represented at the circus in Prince ton on Mondaj. C. B. Dahl is confined to the house with a sore foota horse stepped on it about a week ago. J. E. Odegaid and J. O. Odegard and their wives were automobiling in Glendorado on Sunday. Miss Jennie Thompson Minneapolis on Saturday month's -vacation at home. Misses Maij and Alma and Marie Lofty returned Pee\ei, S. D., last Saturday. Mrs. P. Paulson and children of Cleai Lake visited at the home of the former's parents, J. O. Odegard and wife, last Sunday. O. G. Wold had the misfortune to .severelj injure his best horse last week. The animal became tangled in the drag and was badly cut. Mrs. Mabel Halvorson returned to her home in Minneapolis on Monday after visiting her parents, J. O. Anderson and wife. Edwin Odegard gave a ball in his new hall, which he recently built, last Friday evening. A ,large crowd attended and report a very good time. Music was furnished by Greenbush talent. left for after a Knutson from SILVER LAKE. tittle E\eret"TWhitney is able to be out. The little Mark boy is much better at this writing. Elmer Whitney and family visited at Chas. Whitney's on Sunday. F. A. Lowell and wife were visit ing at their son's one day last week. Mrs. Wm. Sanford visited with Mr. and Mrs. I. Mudgett on Mon day. August Henschel has a fine crop of strawberries this year. He sold 17 crates on Monday. I. Mudgett and wife went to Min neapolis in their auto last week and returned on Saturday. Edith Merrill came up from Anoka on Saturday and is visiting her k&*& 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 1.01 Wheat, No. 2 Northern 1.00 Wheat, No. 3 Northern .95 Wheat, No. 4 Northern 91 Wheat, Rejected 82 Oats 38@40 Barley 50@.80 Flax 1.63(2)1.98 Rye 66@70 Beans, hand picked firstname.lastname@example.org Beans, machine run email@example.com Wild hay 7.50 Tame hay 12.00 LIVE STOCK Fat beeves, per ft 3c 6c Calves, per lb 4c 5c Hogs, per cwt $6.75 Sheep, per ft 3c@4c Hens, old, per ft 9e@10 Springers, per ft 10c MINNEAPOLIS. Minneapolis, Wednesday evening. Wheat, No. 1 hard, $1.13 No. 1 Nor thern, $1.12 No. 2 Northern, $1.11. White Oats, 53c No. 3, 49c Rye, 76c. Flax, No. 1, $2.24. Com, No. 3 Yel\ow, 72c. Barley, 55c$1.00. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lowell. Noah Sanford and family and Alma and Sigrid Anderson were visiting at O. Anderson's on Sunday. Mrs. Applegate, Mrs. Steadman and Mrs. Chapman and daughter, Edna, were visiting Mrs. Rogers on Tuesday. We are glad that Mrs. John Olson is home from the hospital and is able to sit up. We hope to see her out again soon. Mrs. Harold Mudgett and children were visiting at O. Anderson's this week. I Mudgett took them up to Milaca Tuesday in his auto. BOGUS BROOK AND BORGHOLM. Sedona Ellsworth left on Wednes day for Bridgeport, Conn., after a few days' visit with her brother, Giles Ellsworth. Walfred Anderson, wife and familj, and Mrs. Swenson and daughter of Otisco arrived on Saturday for a ^isit with friends and relathes. Se\eiin Folwick left on Tuesday for Remille after several dajs' visit with his brother, Ole Folwick. He expects to mo^ up here the latter pait of the summer. Mrs. Fred Kotke, the Misses Flick and Peter Niesen came down from Onamia on Saturday to attend the dance and box supper given by the band bo\s. They returned home on Sunday. The dance and box social given by the Bogus Brook brass band was very well attended in spite of the weather. About $14 were cleared. The band discoursed some fine music during the e^v ening. A midsummer day celebration will be held at the Ole Folwick place, eight miles southeast of Milaca, on Sunday, June 23, in the form of a picnic. It is planned to have a basket dinner and the Bogus Brook brass band will discourse music dur ing the day. A dance will be held in the evening in the Taft barn and a good time is looked forward to. Everbyody come and have a good time. ESTES BROOK. Ball game on the home diamond next Sunday. Phoebe Crook is employed at the J. Wetsel home near Freer. Pearl, Gene and George Freer of Onamia are visiting relatives here. A large crowd attended the conven tion in the F. M. church on Sunday. Jennie Bleed is home from Minne apolis for a few weeks' stay with her folks. Mrs. Oleson and son are visiting the former's parents, Claus Newman and wife. Jacob Knutsen and a bunch of young folks were seen out joy riding in Jake's auto on Sunday evening. Mrs. Mahler and son, Billy, who have been visiting relatives here, re turned to their home at Hanover on Monday. Big dance on the new pavilion in Estes Brook next Saturday night, June 22. All come, rain or shine. Music by Petterson and Bemis. Lost, a Scotch collie dog on Satur day night, June 8. Any person giv ing such information as will lead to his whereabouts will receive $5 re ward or, if killed, the person giving such information as will lead to the conviction of the murderer will re ceive $50 reward, from the owner, A. G. Bemis, Eoute 1, Foreston. Last Friday afternoon, at the home of the bride's parents, occurred the marriage of Miss Elsie Swanson to Theodore Kjarmoe. The knot was tied by Rev. Bjorklund of St. Cloud. Miss Selma Sandquist acted as bridesmaid, while Emil Swanson, a brother of the bride, attended the groom. Only a few intimate.friends and relatives witnessed the cere mony. Mr. and Mrs. Kjarmoe will be at home to their friends on a &5SM THE PBINCETOK ttOTpKj|THXJRSDAY 1riJ]SrE 20,1912. Men's Suits Our stock of clothing this season is greater and better than anything in the history of the store, and consequently we are overstocked on clothing, and will at this sale give you greater bargains than before. Beloware some of the prices: 100 men's suits in odds and ends, good patterns, latest styles, to &A A O 7 close at ^fiOO DiWO I mOO 200 men's dress suits, in all the leading stvles and colors of the season, in light and dark colors, regular price $15.00. .yvivO 400 men's superior quality dress suits they are our finest dress suits, the equal of the best ready-to-wear clothes in America, top notch styles, in new blues, browns, tans and greys, unexcelled tailoring, regular price $18.00 fco $20.00, to close at... $12.98 and $14.98 Boys' Suits 200 boys' short pants suits, largest assortment of high priced boys' suits at aueh a low price ever offered in this town, regular CJO $5 00 and $6.00 values, sale price 100 boys' short pants suits, worth $4.00, sale price 50 boys' short pants suits, regular $3.00 values at $2.98 $1.98 Boys' Long Pants Suits 200 boys' and young men's suits of the highest quality worsteds and cashmeres, all new shades, worth from $12.00 to $15.00, d*Q O sale price. 180 boys' and youns $10.00 and $12.00 values at We also have a lot to close at.. .$3.98 and 34.98 50 men's superior quality dress pants, worth $5.00 and $6.00. farm in Maywood after June 20. They have our well wishes for a long and happy wedded life. WOODWARD BROOK.. Everybody was at Princteon on Monday to take in the Gollmar circus. Chris Minks is home from Ash land, Wis., and has taken hold of farm work with a vim. Quite a number were in attendance when the Girls' Sewing circle met with Mrs. A. Bragge on Tuesday afternoon. D. Markus and wife, who visited a week with the Slagter family, left for their home near Eaymond on Thursday. Mr. Simpson of Milaca put in our phones this week and now the line is ever busy. Where the^ phone is dress suits, regular men's dress suits regular $6.98an $7.98 Cravenette Coats 100 men's cravenettes, worth 15.00, at only $7.98 Men's Pants 100 men's work pants, in all colors, worth $1.50, sale price 200 men's dress pants, latest styles for spring and summer, regular price $4.00, 9 sale price 9** 98c a O $3.98 Mark's Great Bargain Store Greatest Sale of Season Backward Season and Slow Selling Gives You the Reason Why S The spring season was started with a stock many thousands of dollars greater and better than anything in the history of this store. Frankly we still have a greater por- tion of this stock on hand. A great sacrifice on price is the one thing to do. This Sale Commences Friday, June 21, and I Closes Wednesday, July 3 i So Here is Our Offer in This Great Sale: The Man Who Makes Good 5 hoes We have this season the largest and best assortment of shoes town, and the largest we ever carried, and we can give you better values at this sale than ever before. 200 pair of men's superior quality dress shoes, sold in all stores for $5.00, O A sale price. ^Oa"tO 100 pair of men's dress shoes, tans, blacks and patent leather, regular price $4.00, d*Q sale price. ^CawO 200 pair of men's dress shoes, worth $3.00, sale price 100 pair of ladies' suoerior quality dress shoes, reg $3.50, sale 200 pair of ladies' dress shoes, worth $3.00, sale price 100 pair of ladies' pumps and ox fords, worth $3.00, sale price 50 pair of ladies' pumps, worth $2.50, sale price 200 pair of children's shoes at rightly used it adds much to the comfort and pleasure of farm life. Mesdames D. Dekker and H. Brower of Willmar are spending a week with Mrs. Dekker's daughter, Mrs. Wm. Talen. Walberg Vanned has invited sever al of her girl friends to spend Friday afternoon with her, it being her tenth birthday anniversary. A number of relatives and friends spent Sunday afternoon at the Albert Eeibe home, at which time the Eeibe baby boy was baptized. $1.98 $2.48 $1.98 $1.98 $1.89 98c Don't Miss This Great Sale ZIMMERMAN. Irve Jennison of Minneapolis spent Sunday with friends here. Ella Stromberg of Nowthen was visiting friends in town on Sunday. Mrs. W. R. Hurtt was a delegate to the Rebekah convention at St, 4- if,? 1 Mark's Great Bargain Store 1 PRINCETON, MINNESOTA Paul last week. From there she went to Kankakee, 111., to visit her sister. Mrs. Jay Smith and Chas. Iliff and wife motored to Spencer Brook on Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Heffner and A. B. Briggs were passengers on the down train Tuesday. Robert Brink drove to Spencer Brook on Saturday afternoon to visit for a few days. John Magney and wife returned last week from a visit in the western part of the state. Quite a number of young people from here attended the dance at Sandy lake last Friday night. Jessie Swanbro came down from Princeton and visited Mrs. Jay Smith from Wednesday until Friday. Mrs. H. J. Mickelson and daughter, w?\ Ladies' Coats, Suits and Skirts 25c hose at ig 15c hose at 10c hose at 7C Men's 15c socks at Men's 10c socks at 7C Men's work shirts 39c 50c suspenders at 19C 25c suspenders at 200 boys'canvas hatsr worth 50c 19c Men's $3.00 felt hats $2.48 Men's $2.50 felt hats $1.98 Men's $2.00 felt hats $1.48 Ladies'$1.50 shirt waists at 98c Ladies'$2.50 shirt waists at $1.48 200 ladies' black petticoats at 98c 100 ladies' kitchen aprons, worth 35c, sale 15c Light calico wrappers, $1.00 values 58c $ $9.98 1 dozen ladies' spring coats, worth $15.00, sale price 25 ladies' spring coats in all colors at less than half of their value. 1 dozen ladies' summer suits, worth $5.00 You will have to come early if you want AA one of these. Sale price JoG Ladies' wash skirts, worth $1.50 at 50 ladies' dress skirts, worth $5 00 to $6.00, sale price 100 ladies' dress skirts, worth $4.00, at Dress Goods We have a large assortment of summer wash goods voiles, poplins, batistes, lawns, etc. 25c wash goods will go at 19C 15c wash goods will go at 10c and 12|c wash goods will go at 8c 7c prints will go at 5C Mill ends in ginghams Sc Unbleached musiin Bleached muslin QQ 5,000 yards of embroidery at.' Sc 5,000 yards of lace at 3C 25c embroidery J9C 50c embroidery 39c A 98c $3.98 $2.98 Elizabeth, were in Elk Rher be tween trains one day last week visit ing Mrs. Mickelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henton. Auction Sale. An auction will be held on the farm of Mrs. E. Johnson, a half mile west and half mile north of Freer postoffice, on Friday, June 28, begin ning at 1:30 p. m., when the fol lowing effects will be offered: Five milk cows, one yearilng bull, 2,000 feet pine lumber, 200 feet drops. siding, one top buggy, one organ, one Wheeler & Wilson sewing ma chine, one heating stove, one cook stove, three iron bedsteads, lot of good small farm tools, and all the household furniture. Terms: Sums under- $10 cash, above that amount bankable paper. T. J. Kaliher, Mrs. E. Johnson, Auctioneer. Owner.