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\f/ The new dress goods in all the latest materials
il/ will be shown here on Saturday with trimmings to
jk- match every pattern One look into our store will
convince anyone that our dry goods stock is far above
\f/ comparison with other stocks. Correct dressers buy
\ki their dress goods here and are always pleased.
\&/je Farm Fireside,
Gleanings by Onr Country
Mr and Mrs Jones of Greenbush
spent Sundaj. visiting Mrs Jones'
fathei, Chas. Gioff
Adolph Anderson has his new
house nearh completed
Ben Haralson is erecting a nice
cottage on his taim.
Andrew Fagerburg is engaged at
having on Chas Reichait's farm.
C. W. Ta}lor and wife have taken
a 10-j ear-old boj from a home in St.
Paul and will make a faimer of bim
Giover Talo and wife took a 6-
yeai-old bov from the same institu
The ball game Sunday was not
plavedtoo much water and wet
Alfred Eiickson is hauling gravel
to make a cement floor in his new
Fridaj and Satmdaj, August 15
and 16, were two of the hottest days
we have had this year and many
people were obliged to stop all work
and seek the shade. We have not,
however, learned of any heat prostra
The rain ot Sunday gave us about
two inches of water and the com
and potatoes are growing rapidly
now. Some fields of potatoes are
ripe, and the late planted potatoes
Will Ross leports that his meadow
is so soft that he has been unable to
cut the hay on it. He will have to
go to laising frogs if this wet
One of the bridges across Iron
brook, near Clarence Taylor's, Is in
a bad condition and should be fixed
at once before someone gets hurt.
John South and wife spent Sunday
as guests of Hartman Camp and
Albert Boehm will give another
dancing party to his many friends
on Saturday evening, August 23.
Music by Rogeis Bros.' orchestra.
Reibe & Baitz had a dancing party
for their friends at the Lavelle hall
last Saturday evening. A nice crowd
of young people were present and
reported a very enjoyable time.
Grover Taylor and Billy Thomp
son have taken a job of haying on
the Carmody meadow.
Chas Brande and wife, Orrin
Brande, Mrs. Fred Borneke and
Miss Mabel Borneke attended con
firmation exercises at the Green-
6 bars for.
Toasted Cream of Rye Flakes,
bush Catholic chinch last Sunday.
A nice class of young people had
theii first communion and showed
they had been well-trained by
Chas. Biande and familj were
pleasantlv entertained at the home
of Alex Belair in Greenbush on Sun
Some unprincipled person has cir
culated a report that Chas. Brande
signed a complaint against Lavelle's
dancing hall last spring and sent it
to the county attorney, Geo. H.
Tyler of Elk River. Mr. Brande
wiote to Mr. Tvler and received the
following letter in reply: "Mr.
Chas. E. Brande. Dear Sir: I beg
to acknowledge receipt of your favor
undei date of August 14 in which
you mquiie relative to the Lavelle
dancing hall in Blue Hill. In reply
I beg to state to jou that no formal
complaint was ever sworn to and
signed anybody as the evidence
was not sufficient against any in
dividual. I will say further,
in replj to your letter, that no
written complaint was signed by
you or anj bodj else, but somebody
mere!} spoke to me about it. I re
main, yours truly, Geo. H. Tyler."
People should be very careful how
they accuse others of any wrong
before thev investigate the stories
that are told them. We have sev
eral such in Blue Hill, I am sorry to
We advise our friends and neigh
bors to go to Payette's studio for
their family pictures because he is
successful in making family groups.
Studio on Main street. 25-tfc
GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO.
Miss Lena Thompson, who has
been clerking at the Santiago store,
is enjoying a vacation at her home
in Blue Hill.
Miss Mathilde Odegard entertained
fche Young Ladies' union at her
home in Santiago last Saturday.
Miss Gina Stowe left last week for
Walker, where she will take a treat
ment at the state sanitarium for
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aleckson
and family of Glendorado were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Aleck
son of Santiago on Saturday and
Miss Nellie Torgerson, tvho has
been attending the state university
summer school, is back at her home
Mrs. Luman Orrock is visiting at
her home in Big Lake.
Christ Kilgard has been on the
Nels Simonsen is doctoring a horse
We handle cidar vinegar. Our price is the
same as others charge for sugar OCn
vinegar, per gal.
Try our Steel Cut Bengal coffee,
Heinz' Pickling Vinegar,
General Merchandise The Best Goods Always
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, AUGUST 21,1913.
NE^ W FALL^ GOOD^ S
Advance Showing of All New Goods Saturday
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Sweaters
The new sweaters of all kinds are here. We carry
the Jersild Knitting Co.'s sweaters, the finest made.
We carry the very latest styles, and we bought direct
from the factory. Sweaters will be on display with
other new goods Saturday.
25c 32c 30c
that was prostrated by the heat last
The wedding of Miss Mary Gohl
ing and Robert Lavigne was "solem
nized at the bride's home in Glendo
rado on Tuesdaj. The happy couple
will reside in Milaca, where the
groom owns a blacksmith shop. We
extend our hearty wishes and wish
them a long and prosperous married
We go to Payette's studio for our
photos because they are better than
any ot the others. Studio on Main
Grocery Specials for Saturday
Ask About Our Special Galvanic
Crackers by the box,
per pound W2
Egg-o Baking Powder,
Bulk Cream of Wheat,
Coffee, fair grade,
A. E. ALLEN & CO.
Mrs. C. A. Johnson of Baldwin
visiting at Mellott's this week.
Mrs. Montri and Mrs. LaVoy left
for Toledo, Ohio, on Friday.
Several farmers have threshed
their rye and report a fair yield.
Mrs. James of St. Paul is visiting
her son George, and his family.
Bowles Bros, of Zimmerman put in
a new well for Chas. Cohoe last
Mrs. Olson and children of Minne
apolis are visiting Mrs. Perman and
Mrs. Perman gave a party on
Thursday evening for her son, Terry,
who is home from Iowa for a short
visit with relatives.
Mr. Mellott is working in Baldwin.
Mrs. Smart spent a couple of days
with her friend, Mrs. Byers, last
The party who bought Torger
Olson's place made a trip here to see
it this week.
Ed Johnson has been entertaining
a "Job's comforter" on his lip for
some time. He has our sympathy.
There are many photographers in
Princeton, but when you come to
compare their work with Photogra
pher Pa ette's it is no equal. Studio
on Main street. 25-tfc
BOGUS BROOK AND BORGHOLM.
James Westling left on Friday for
Glendorado to run a threshing en
gine for Shaw at that place.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Emi] Ander
son, on Friday, a daughter. Mother
and child are doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stransky of
Hayland visited at the home of her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lamprecht,
on Saturday. Work has begun on the
road known as the south Milaca road
in the town of Borgholm.
Owing to the storm on Saturday
evening there was not a very large
crowd present at the dance given in
the Yeomen hall.
The storm on Saturday did con
siderable damage to farmers having
hay and giain down. Mr. Tidholm
of Bock lost a stack of hay by fire
which also destiojed the barn on the
old Cook place in South Fork. The
amount of damages were not
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Swenson weie
pleasant callers at the Wm. T.
Hofferbeit home on Sunday.
Miss Cecile Hofferbert was a Sun
day visitor with home folks.
Mrs. James Westling has much im
proved since last week as have also
Mrs. Giles Ellsworth and others who
were under the weather.
There has been considerable talk
of petitioning for a school house to
be built on the Ellsorth corner this
fall, as some pupils have so far to go
that they cannot attend regularly.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hofferbert
visited their daughter, Mrs. Oscar
Swedberg, in Bock on Monday.
Minister Praises This Laxative.
Rev. H. Stubenvoll of Allison, la.,
in praising Dr. King's New Life
Pills for constipation, writes: "Dr.
King's New Life Pills are such per
fect pills no home should be without
them." No better regulator for the
liver and bowels. Every pill guaran
teed. Try them. Price 25c. at C.
J. J. Cherveny is having a new
house built of cement blocks.
Chas. Iliff and family returned on
Saturday from Grand Rapids. They
report a fine trip with no auto
Arthur Blanchett returned last
week from a pleasant visit with his
daughter at Ely. He spent about a
Chas. Iliff has sold his house and
lots in town to Kettelson and Heck
and is now having a new house built
on his farm, where he will move
Fred Truax and family of St. Paul
came up on the train Saturday to
spend a week at the home of Chas.
The ball game Sunday, played be
tween Zimmerman and Dayton, was
a victory for the home nine, the
score standing 21 to 3.
Burgett & Jennison are having
quite a call for cement blocks for
building purposes. Their business
is increasing rapidly.
Harry Pratt cut his hand quite
badly while opening a can of mustard
on Tuesday. He went to Elk River
to have the wound dressed.
Mrs. Bean was quite ill on Satur
day and Dr. Parsons of Elk River
was called. She is reported a little
better at this writing.
Louise Hurtt went to Elk River
We carry a complete line of Nemo corsets, prices
from $2.00 up to $5.00. We also carry a complete
line of J. C. C. corsets. We carry the largest stock
of corsets in town.
The New Styles Shown Now.
White Rock Syrup,
2 gallon pail
Palace Brand Syrup,
1 gallon pail
8 pounds for
on Monday to have some dental work
Miss Hazel Crowley of Litchfield
and Miss Mary C. Burns and Miss
Inez M. Nolen of St Cloud came
down to attend the Odd Fellows'
picnic on Saturday. They returned
home the same evening.
Henry Pederson is hauling the
cement blocks for Chas. Iliff's new
Irwin Jennison came up from the
cities by auto on Sunday.
Reynold Lee of Minneapolis came
up on Friday to visit his sister, Mrs.
Louise Hurtt returned on Tuesday
from Minneapolis, where she had
been visiting her brother during the
past two weeks.
Mrs. C. A. Stillman spent Monday
between trains at Elk River.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thompson
came over from Spencer Brook on
Saturday to attend the I. O. O. F.
Larsen & Lynch went to Glendo
rado on Monday to work at their trade
of putting in wells.
There was a large crowd out to the
Odd Fellows' picnic on Saturday and
all seemed to have a good time. In
the tug-of-war, where 12 men pulled
on one end of a rope against 24
women, the latter won, which created
considerable merriment. In the
young girls' foot race Ethel Nash
won first prize and Blanch Iliff
second. The ladies' foot race was
won by Mrs. Theo. Thompsen and
the men's foot race by Ben Jennison
and Harry Swanson. Being a tie,
they divided the prize evenly. In
the ladies' ball throwing contest
Goldie Hetrick stood first and Cora
Kilmartin second. Roy Schurrer
won first prize in the horse race and
Harry Swanson second.
Harry Zachow visited at his par
ents' home on Saturday and Sunday.
A linen shower was given on
August 11 in honor of Miss Mae
Bachelor, a bride ot the coming
week. She received many useful
things and the boys left her a nice
purse as a remembrance.
Misses Sanford and Thompson, the
lady missionaries, held a very suc
cessful week of meetings at the M.
Miss Vernie Walbridge of Foley is
here on a visit with her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chivalier.
Those who spent Sunday at the
Hubbard home in honor of Cora
Hubbard, who will soon take up her
abode at the H. L. Bemis home,
Princeton, Minn. J^
were Misses Mary Penrod, Irene and
Ella Peterson of Anoka, Hazel Dun
can, Arthur, Grover and Peter Hal
vorson, Jule Samuelson, Jesse Har
mon of Princeton, and Harry, Willie,
Clarence and Chas. Zachow. A very
enjoyable time was had.
Miss Elizabeth Carlstrom of Min
neapolis is a guest at the Gust
Last Thursday a very pretty Wed
ding took place at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Bachelor when their
daughter, Mae, became the bride of
Milo B. Lincoln of Hartford City,
lnd. Rev. Bell performed the cer
emony. After a splendid wedding
supper the invited guests enjoyed a
delightful time. Mr. and Mrs.
Lincoln left on Saturday for Hart
ford City, lnd., where they will
make their future home. They took
with them the neighborhood's best
wishes for a happy wedded life.
On account of the rain on Satur
day evening the dance at Hubbard's
was postponed but will be given on
August 23. Everybody is cordially
invited to attend. Don't forget your
girl and the place, and you'll have a
Mrs. F. W. Calne of Plummer, N
D., is visiting her mother, Mrs. E.
Mrs. Carter of Bemidji is working
at J. H. Chapman's.
E. Nelson and family of Princeton
spent Sunday at Blue lake.
Laura Smith spent Saturday and
Sunday at A. J. Reynolds'.
Clifford Peterson will leave in a
few days for Nebraska in search of a
climate that will improve his health.
DISTRICT NO. 50.
Mrs. Post and children have
to Blue Hill for a few days'
J. H. Mosher and Mrs. Graham
of Minneapolis made a short visit
at the Campbell home last week.
C. L. Campbell will be glad to buy
all the cucumber pickles he can get.
Call him up on the Tri-State phone.
We are glad to state that Dave
Looney is fast recovering from heat
prostration and will be all right in
a few days.
Emil Schwartz and little child
were very sick Monday. Dr. Caley
Mrs. Anderson's sister from Lake
Park, Iowa, left on Friday for his
home after a two weeks' visit.
Work on the state road is progress
ing nicely, it will be a great im
provement when finished.