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\J5he Farm Fireside.
I Gleanings by Our Country
A. Fagerburg got a yield of four
bushels to the acre of clover seed.
Lofgren Bros, are baling hay for
Ben Haralson and Chas. Gaullier.
Mr. and Mrs. Wahl entertained
a number of their friends on Sunday.
Mrs. Chas. Gauher is suffering
from rheumatism but is able to
Ben Haralson and wife attended a
dancing party in Greenbush on Sat
Elmer and Lottie Wahl were enter
tained at the Lavelle home on
Pratt & Edson have sold their
Holstein bull and delivered it in
Princeton on Monday.
Alice Fullwiler of Minneapolis is
spending her Thanksgiving vacation
at her home in Blue Hill.
Mabel Williams returned to Zim
merman on Monday after spending a
week \isiting relatives here.
Arthur Groff and wife spent
Thanksgi\ing with Mrs. Groff's
sister Mis. Johanning, near Elk
Fred Boehm came home from
Princeton, where he is attending
school, to spend Thanksgiving with
Arthui Groff drove to Elk River
on Saturday. He purchased a
thoroughbred Holstein gentleman
Art LaMoreaux made a trip to
Princeton on Sunday. He was ac
companied by a couple of young
ladies and returned home on Mon
John Bergstrom finished Chas.
Brande's new barn this week. I is
a neat attractive building and shows
that John Bergstrom is a good
Calvin Carpenter and several other
parties whose names we did not
learn drove to Hayland township last
week to hunt deer. They brought
home two of theanimals.
Grover Taylor and wife gave a
dancing party to their friends on
Saturday evening. About 40 boys
were present and each one forgot to
take their own or anyone else's
sweetheart, so there were but
Men's warm fleeced shoes, high top, per pair $2i25
Men's warm fleeced shoes, high top felt, per pair $3.00
Children's warm fleeced shoes, per pair $1.7 5
Ladies' warm fleeced shoes, high top, per pair $2.50
Ladies' warm fleeced shoes, kid vamp, per pair $2.00
Men's, ladies' and children's mittens at 25c, 35c and 5Qc
Men's overshoes, high top, two buckle $2.50
Men's overshoes, one buckle $1.5 0
Ladies' overshoes, two buckle $2.00
Ladies'overshoes, one buckle $1.25
Children's overshoes, two buckle $1.75
Children's overshoes, one buckle $(.2 5
For Art Lovers
Every Pattern a New One
Splendid quality art linon, per yard 75
Stamped pillow cases, 42 in. tubing, per yard 5QC
Stamped day cases, 46 in. tubing, per yard gQ
Stamped guest towels, 26 in., pure linon, each 5QC
Stamped guest towels, 36 in., pure linon, each 7 jjc
Stamped guest towels, 25 in., cotton huck 25
Stamped ready-made night gowns, fine quality nainsook, each $1,2 5
Stamped pin cushions, 15 in. 1\ in., pure linon, each $1.2 5
Ratanay pillow tops, blue and brown, each 5QC
Brown linon pillow tops and runners, each 5QC and 75c
ladies present. A fine lunch was
served at midnight, and thobe
present enjoyed themselves playing
cards and dancing.
Clarence Taylor, wife and son,
Floyd, went to Milaca last week to
spend Thanksgiving with relaives
and returned on Monday. We un
derstand Clarence went on a deer
J. Begerson and family have moved
into their new home.
Dick Durbin, it is reported, se
emed an expert from New York to
in his phone and then it refused
One of Hartman Camp's hosres
broke through the plank in the
Gablraith bridge on Sunday and was
hurt quite badly.
Nat Young will give a moving pic
ture show in the town hall on Satur
day, December 7, at 8 p. m. Admis
sionchildren, 10 cents adults, 20
cents. A dance will follow.
Foils a Foul Plot.
When a shameful plot exists be
tween liver and bowels to cause dis
tress by refusing to act, take Dr.
King's New Life Pills, and end such
abuse of your system. They gently
compel right action of stomach, liver
and bowels, and restore your health
and all good feelings. 25c. at C. A.
Dr. Schons was in St. Paul a few
days last week.
Robert *Brink spent Thanksgiving
at the Lovell home.
Mr. Jack Larsen was a passenger
to Elk River on Saturday.
G. N. Stendahl has gone to work
in Blue Hill for John Lind.
M. K. Iliff and Mr. Scott of Elk
River were in town on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kaliher and
Mrs Dugan were in town on Sunday.
Dr. Schons was called to August
Whittloff's on Sunday to see Mrs.
Roy Newman and Jesse Larsen
came up from Minneapolis and spent
Mrs. Harry Pratt entertained her
father, mother and brother of Prince
ton on Thanksgiving.
Mr. Berglund went to his home at
Sauk Rapids last Wednesday and re
turned on Friday morning.
Miss Burns spent her Thanksgiving
at her home in St. Cloud
THE PRINCETOy timoyl^THTlfeSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912.
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and Miss Munson went to Minne
apolis to visit friends. They both
returned on Saturday evening.
There will be preaching in the
Union church on Friday evening,
December 13. AU cordially invited.
Nelse Tofte had a valuable horse
injured in a runaway last Saturday.
Dr. Neumann was called to see
R. E. Lynch received a message
from Michigan last Friday that his
mother was dead. He left at on*e
accompanied by his son, Will.
Mr. and Mrs. Cook of Mora came
down Thursday morning to visit a
few days with Mrs. Cook's parents,
Mr and Mrs. H. J. Mickelson.
While repairing his auto at
River last Wednesday E. H. Foley
had the misfortune to get some
bones broken in his arm. Dr. Par
sons dressed his arm and he is get
ting along nicely. Ed went up north
deer hunting on Friday and returned
Sunday with a hundred-pound deer.
There are not many who are good
enough shots to get a deer with one
Could Shout for Joy.
'I want to thank you from the
bottom of my heart," wrote C. B.
Rader of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for
the wonderful double benefit I got
from Electric Bitters, in curing me
of both a severe case of stomach
trouble and of rheumatism, from
which I had been an almost helpless
sufferer for ten years. I suited my
case as though made just for me."
For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice,
and to rid the system of kidney poi
sons that cause rheumatism Electric
Bitters have no superior. Try them.
Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy.
Only 50 cents at C. A. JackJs.
Mrs. John Johnson called on Mrs.
Olson on Sunday.
John Cohoe went to Hastings on
business last week.
Swen and Frank Kight left for
the north on Friday.
Mrs. Gabrielson called at John
Gramhill's on Monday.
Miss Lily Smart spent Saturday
and Sunday at Mellott's.
John Johnson is laid up with a
severe attack of neuralgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Briggs had a family
dinner party'on Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Jennison eqter
tained Mr. and Mrs. John Malise
^$k*X*f igftf .-r "feUi
Chiffon bows, each
Men's wool sweater coats $
and Phil Martineau of Minneapolis
Mrs. Lynch visited Mrs. Larsen at
Zimmerman the first of this week.
Tom Olson sold a nice herd of
Jersey cows to I. Walker on Mon
Swen Kjght and Ed Foley called at
on Thursday after
There are two crews at work on
the road through the meadow by B.
Gladys Truax gave a party to the**^4~M"M-*MiMMMH"**4****
young people on Fiiday night. All
had a good time.
Mrs. L. Perman entertained the
members of the Swedish church to a
Thanksgiving dinner. Th
proceeds went for church work.
There were Thanksgiving parties
in several homesMr. and Mrs\
Chas. Cohoe were at Jim Iliff's, Mr.
and Mrs. Mellott at Roy Mellotu's,
Mr. and Mrs. Smart at Gust John
son's, Mr. and Mrs. Jennison at Ed
Martineau's and Mr. and Mrs. Lynch
There are some pretty nervy night
prowlers around here. John Mellott
lost about 20 nice spring chickens
one night last week and some one
entered Chas. Cohoe's house and
stole a good razor while the family
was spending the evening at Mel
lott's. The two houses are close to
gether, and someone noticed a light
in Cohoe's house. Mr. and Mrs.
Cohoe huriied home in time to pre
vent the thief, who had just entered,
from getting anything else. He
got away, however, without being
Fills your veins with rich, red
blood. Gives you a hearty appetite,
builds up flesh, makes you strong
and rugged. Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea it's health insurance.
35c, tea or tablets. C. A. Jack.
GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO.
Ole Knutson was a Becker visitor
Knute Gunderson has purchased a
Mrs. Ole Larson has been on theevery
sick list for some time.
Geo. Uran and O. G. Wold trans
acted business in Foley on Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Uran entertained the.
Missionary Aid society on Tuesday.
A crowd of old and young gave Mr.
and Mrs. Bakken.of Santiago a sur
prise party on Thanksgiving evening.
A New Dress for Mother
50 inch all wool whipcord, per yard Rn
36 inch whipcord, per yard fiOc
36 inch serge, per yard ZZZZZZZZZ 50c and 60c
35 inch batiste, per yard j-**
42 inch wool batiste, per yard $1 0 0
36 inch messaline silk, per yard tl'cfl
Everything You Might Wish in Neckwear
Bar pins each^ ^.ZZZ^'ZZZZ'^Z.Z'&'^jfc
Collar and cuff sets
Your Trade is Solicited
Sweater Coats for the Whole Family
Ladies wool sweater coats, roll collar $2,50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.0Q00I4
Misses sweater coats
Children sweater coats $, $|,
Men's and Boys9
Men's beaver Scotch suiting, fur lined, at 75c, $|.0Q
Boys'fur lined caps at jg,.
The evening was pleasantly spent in
Hjlmer and Carrie Jensen were
Snake River visitors on Thursday
Mrs. Henry Myers (nee Lizzie
Stowe) from Wheaton is visiting at
her home here.
School district 13 of Glendorado
has anew woodshed. This is what
country school house should
Miss Anna Tangen of Lemmon, S.
D., is visiting relatives here. Miss
Tangen has a claim and likes it very
The following schoolma'ams are
spending their vacations at their
homes here: Miss Alma Johnson
3 00 i $3i25
Ready for Business
I am now prepared to supply the public with Fine
Groceries, Shoes and Dry Goods. Free delivery to
any part of the village. Butter and Eggs Taken in Trade.
J. A. NYBERG
(Successor to L. Svarry)
Northwestern Grocery Princeton, Minnesota
25c and 50c
G. F. PALTHEN I
(Successor to Anton Falk)
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Hamm's Beer on Draught
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
/Wain Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
PRINCETON, MINN. I
of Long Siding, Miss Anna Aleckson
of Thousand Islands and Miss Ma
thilde Odegard of Baldwin.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Jensen and Mr.
and Mrs. Bichaid Aleckson visited
at the home of Aleck Aleckson of
Santiago on Sunday.
Misses Mary Knutson and Emma
Anderson left for the twin cities
on Saturday, where they will re
main during the winter. _,
Mrs. Julia Nelson entertained the
Glendorado Aid society on Wednes
day, and Mrs. O. N. Viste the Santi
ago Aid society on Thurdsav.
The Young Ladies* Aid society
netted the sum of $50 at their
bazaar on Saturday evening at the
Glendorado hall. A short but jlnjber-
$|l25, $|.70, $2.75
an $ 5Q