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Oscar Swanson went to Minneapolis
on Friday of last week on business
and returned on Monday evening.
Howard Truax went to St. Paul on
Thursday to work.
Herman Burow left for Harris,
Towa, on Friday.
Having sold his farm, Bowen Jen
nison had an auction sale last week
and on Monday left for Minneapolis,
where he expects to make his home.
Four carloads of immigrants' goods
were shipped in last week. One of
the parties moved onto the Malm
farm and one onto the Torger Olson
farm, east of town.
Rev.JFather Willenbrink of Prince
ton was in town Saturday to see
Mrs. Blanchett, who is ill.
Mr. Riley, representative for an
agricultural paper, came up from
Minneapolis on Monday night to look
over Mr. Lynch's herd of Ayrshires.
He thinks Mr. Lynch has some
Harry Mickelson was an Elk River
visitor on Thursday of last week.
Miss Stella Prescott made her
usual trip to Princeton on Friday
evening to take her music lesson.
She returned on Satuiday morning,
accompanied by the Misses Grayce
Brennan and Eileen Walker, who
drove back to Princeton Sunday
Mr. and Mis. Frank Giaham went
to Princeton on Saturday evening,
and returned Monday morning.
Irving Jenmson and Miss Nora
Stendahl came up from Minneapolis
on Saturday evening. Irving re
turned on Sunday evening and Miss
Nora will \isit lelatives for a short
The moving picture show and
dance last Friday night was quite
Ed Foley drove to Nowthen on
Sunday to visit his sister, Mis.
On Wednesday of last week Mi.
and Mrs. Jay Smith motored down
from Princeton. Jay, accompanied
by C. A Stillman, then motored to
Minneapolis. Mrs Smith spent the
day with Mrs Chas Iliff.
Miss Elsie Day gave a party for
her Sunday school class last Thurs
day afternoon. Ice cream and cake
were served The little tots reported
a tine time.
Mrs Malkson of Elk River was the
guest of Mrs Harry Pratt from
Thursday evening until Friday morn
ing of last week.
The Zimmerman Social club met
with Mrs Harry Pratt last Thursday
night and will meet with Mrs. H.
Mickelson in two weeks. Four
names were added to our list at the
last meeting, so our membership is
quite large now
Miss Mary Walker and Mrs E. II
Foley and chidren spent Sunday
with relatives at Spencer Brook
Win. Swanson came home from
Ogihie on Saturday morning and
went back on the evening train
The lecture Monday night on "The
American Boj" by Randolph
was excellent Had the committee
known what a great lecture it was
for the boys the} would have been
admitted free of charge.
Arthur Higgins takes a regular
Sunday drive to Princeton There
suiely must be some attraction
A Briggs and family spent
Sunday at Earl Briggs'
Last Sunday two of our popular
business men. A Stillman and
II Piatt, decided to go hunting, so
they prepared themsehes with the
following equipment Two muzzle
loading shot guns, one axe, one grub
hoe, three sticks ot dynamite,
twentj feet of fuse and two pounds
of sulphui Thev were prepared foi
any wild animals they might pursue
At about 2 JO their good wives
prepaied a lunch for them and they
staited on their journey Leaving
town they looked ver} much like
Mutt and Jeff After they had
traveled about thiee miles, "Stilhe"
said to Pratt, "There is a bear'"
and up a tree the animal went,
Pratt leplied, "What shall we do'"
Stillie said, "I will maked a hole in
the tiee and }ou prepare the dyna
mite Stillie paced ten steps away
fiom the tree and shot at it and of
course missed it Pratt, thinking
the djnamite he was preparing ex
ploded, started towards home, as he
supposed, on a double quick run and
Stillie the same A farmer living
near by heard the excitement and
ran o\er there He found a small
badger up d, tree The hunters ar
rived home about 8 50pm and had
not much to say Evidently they
had been lost in the woods for sev
Neal Byl and Louis Talen have
been sawing wood in this neighbor
Mrs Seth Caley and son, Gerald,
returned on Wednesday from a
three-months' visit with Mrs. Caley's
sister, Mrs Anderson, near Minot.
The families of M. B. Anderson,
M. C. Thorring and Hans Rasmussen
spent Wednesday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. P. W. Jensen. They came
iotij* %&* AftA^a*.
as a surprise and spent a very enjoy
able evening as old-time neighbors
and friends. They presented Mr.
and Mrs. Jenen with a set of silver
knives and forks as a token of the
appreciation in which these esti
mable people are held. Mr. and Mrs.
Jensen moved to their new home on
Mr. Walker's farm, near Princeton
A number of our young folks at
tended the pipe social given at the
Ege home in Greenbush on Friday
evening and enjoyed the event im
George Benson and family are
moving to Hinckley this week and
will remain in that city until Mr.
Benson has buildings erected on the
farm which he has bought near there.
We hope Mr. and Mrs. Benson may
prosper in their new home.
C. Smith of Cavour, S. D., arrived
with a carload of possessions last Fri
day and on Saturday morning a few
of the neighbors went to Long Sid
ing and helped to bring the ma
chinery, seed grain and furniture to
his newly acquired property, which
he bought from P. W. Jensen last
fall. On Saturday Mrs. Smith and
children arrived and the family have
now become part of Woodward
Brook's population. We welcome
this new family and hope that they
may feel at home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Talen visited
with the J. Brink family, west of
Pease, last Thursday.
Christine Christophelson came
home from the cities on Saturday
and is helping her sister, Mis. George
Benson, witn the packing, etc., prior
to their removal to Hinckley.
Emil Carlson returned from the
northern woods on Saturday. Camp
life seems to have agreed well with
our young woodsman.
The Andrew Peterson family of
Milaca spent Sunday with the M.
Hazel Lundquist returned from
Minneapolis on Saturday evening.
She has been visiting relatives in
that city for some time.
Louis Kimball of Saskatchewan,
who has spent several months here
with the Thorring family, returned
to his claim in Canada on Tuesday.
Mr. Kimball made many friends
while here who would not hesitate
to welcome him should he decide to
change his location in the future
and seek a climate a little less in
Almost everybody went to the polls
on Tuesday and the report of the
town of Bogus Brook election will
undoubtedly be found in the Union
under town election returns. We are
glad that our men understand their
duty and are not negligent.
Miss Hilda Anderson of Pease
spent Sunday under the parental
Louis Saxon will shortly build on
the 80-acre farm he recently bought.
In all probality the owners of the
farm on which he is now living will
move here from Willmar next week.
GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO.
Jens Lofty is very ill at the home
of Mr. and Mcis. N. H. Nelson.
Mrs. James Westling and son,
Donald, of Milaca are visiting Mrs.
Westling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
John Carlson is home from the
hospital and is gaining every day
Mr. and Mis. Dayton of Oak Park
ha\e moved onto Mrs Cynthia
Lind's tarm in Santiago.
Mr. and Mis. B. Carpenter, who
occupied the Bailey place, have
moved to Blue Hill.
Mr and Mrs. Alfred Abrahamson
are back fiom Vancouver, Wash.
After all there is no place like Min
Misses Cairie and Agnes Jensen
are home on a fortnight's vacation.
Mr and Mrs O Halvorson, Mr.
and Mrs. O. N. Viste and Mr. and
Mrs Geo. Uran were guests of Mr.
and Mis. I Jensen on Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Jensen, Mr. and
Mrs. Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. T. Olson,
Mrs. James Westling, Mr. and Mrs.
Knutson, and Mr. and Mrs. T.
George were entertained at Aleck
Anderson's on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Jensen, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Jensen and Mrs. Helene
ITran attended services at Hans
Stay's in Greenbush on Sunday.
Mrs. Theo. Howard is home from
Minneapolis and is gradually gaining
in health. She has been very ill
for a long time.
Mrs. J. Elefson of Snake River is
very ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. Martha Nelson was in Prince
ton to seek medical aid for one of
her twin boys, who has been ailing
for some time.
Mrs. John Johnson, who is at the
Northwestern hospital in Princeton
ill with pneumonia, is improving.
Ole Halvorson of Santiago has been
hauling logs to the Glendorado saw
mill all week.
Mrs L. D. Larson is on the sick
Mi. and Mrs. Jim Johnson have
moved onto the Westergren place in
Lard, at Hummel's, 12% cents a
pound while it lasts. Bring your
Special Lenten devotions will be
conducted every Friday and Sunday
evenings at 7:30 at St. Edward's
church, consisting of the Way of
the Cross and a series of sermons on
the passion and suffering of Christ,
with benediction of the blessed
Rev. Service's subjects for Sun
day: Morning, "A Friend in Need,
is a Friend Indeed." Evening, "Now
Special music by the choir. Mrs.
Caley, musical director Miss Walker
and Miss Anderson, organists. Sun
day school at 11:35 Mrs. Ewing,
superintendent. Brotherhood class
after the morning worship. Ep
worth league Sunday evening at 7
o'clock Miss Ruth Briggs, leader.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
The Sunday school has now an en
rollment of over 200.
The delegates to the convention
will read their reports next Sunday.
Rev. Service has made 235 calls
since October 1.
There will be a reception of
members next Sunday.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
Chas. Henschel was united in
marriage to Miss Henschel yesterday.
D. B. Rollins was among the lum
bermen who were in town on Satur
Mrs. A. A. Love and Mrs. Chester
Ames made a trip to Elk River on
C. W. Van Wormer of the Isanti
Press tarried over night on Monday
with friends here.
Fred Howard and wife this morn
ing left for Minneapolis, where they
will spend the summer.
George C. Newton was married on
March 12, at the residence of Frank
Newton, to Christine B. Johnson.
Jim Hartman, formerly a clerk for
Walker & Schumacher at Spencer
Brook, is now behind the counter at
the People's store.
Mrs. Mary J. Withiam came up
from Elk River on Saturday and re
mained until Monday with her
sister, Miss Ida King.
A snow storm struck us from the
blizzardy east last night, and our
usually genial climate has a pinched
and contracted appearance today.
Ray Heath, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Solon Heath of Sherburne county,
died on Thursday night of last week
from quinsy. He was 15 years old.
Miss Ida King, who was absent
from duty a couple of days last
week on account of sickness, is
again at her post as teacher in the
intermediate department of the
At the Princeton town election R.
D. Byers, G. W. Ilarter and Andrew
Umbehocker were elected super
visors, C. A. Dickey town clerk,
Frank Hense treasurer, Robert
O'Brien assessor, I. C. Patterson
justice, and Wm. Martin constable.
It is stated that an ineffectual at
tempt was made to engage one oi
the other of our ministers to* preach
a funeial sermon on Sundayneither
of them would go. We know not
the circumstances nor the tiuthful
ness oi the statement but would sug
gest the propriety pf attending to
We have buyers for impioved
farms and wild lands in the vicinity
of Princeton. Send description,
price and terms. Schwab Bros.,
1028 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis,
The Proof Is Here the Same As
For those who seek relief from
kidney backache, weak kidneys,
bladder ills, Doan's Kidney Pills
offer hope of relief and the proof is
here in Princeton, the same as every
where. Princeton people have used
Doan's and Princeton people recom
mend Doan's, the kidney remedy
used in America for fifty years. Why
suffer? Why run the risk of danger
ous kidney illsfatal Bright's
disease. Here's Princeton proof.
John Diesbrichs, farmer, Prince
ton, Minn., says: "I had bad back
aches and pains through my hips
that at times made me about sick.
I used Doan's Kidney Pills and got
quick relief which was later followed
by a cure. 1 recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills to other people suffer
ing as I was.''
For sale by all dealers or upon re
ceipt of price, 50 cents. Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the nameDoan'sand
take no other. Adv.
THTJBSDAT, HARCH 12,
WANw COLUMNl I
^"Notice6s under this head will be inserted
be published in this column for less than 15 ots.
LOSTIn village of Princeton, a
string of gold beads. Finder please
return to Mrs. T. F. Scheen for re
LOSTA. Scotch collie, with
white breast, white ring around
neck and white feet, answers to
name of "Shep." Finder please
notify F. w. Fenske, Route 1,
Princeton. Will give reward. 12-ltp
FOR SALEOne team good work
horses, weight 2,600 pounds, double
harness and wagon. Owner going
away. Call at Andrew Lindquist's,
Route 4 (Green lake), Prince
FOR SALEA story.frame
dwelilng house situated in the south
end of town, with outbuildings and
4 acxes of improved land. Inquire
of Mrs. W. G. Fredericks, Prince
FOR SALE2,000 feet of pine lap
siding and a buggy. Eugene Boyn,
Route 2, Box 21, Dalbo, Minn. Tri
State phone 30, call 4. 12-ltc
FOR SALEA sow
Bert Bates, Princeton.
*FOR SALE-A first-class fresh
milk cow. Apply to Frank Wolf,
Route 5, Princeton. 12-ltp
FOR SALE-Two-seated new
surre}, cheap. Henry Newbeit,
OR SALEI have for sale some
Filo chicken coops that I will sell
cheap. I also have a few Buff
Orpington cockerels from prize stock,
Inquire of C. O. Moore, Prince
FOR SALE-One Fairbanks &
Morse 12 horse-power gasoline en
gine, cheap. Engine can be seen at
my granite shop in east St. Cloud.
Robert Milde. 10-3tc
FOR SALSGood matched team
of mares. Will trade for a good
three or four year old colt. One
mile east of Silver lake, Princeton.
C. Guldborg. ll-4tp
FOR SALEGenuine leather
seated davenport, fumed oak frame.
L. B. Wagner, Princeton. ll-2tc
FOR SALETwo houses and lots
on north side. Easy terms. J. A.
Smith, Princeton. 51-tfc
FOR SALEA few Poland China
gelfcs, Jtured to a big type registered
boar. J. H. Craft, Route 2, Zim
merman, Minn. Tri-State phone
FOR SALEA bay mare with
foal, a }ear[ing colt, Jersey cow, and
yearling heifer. Fred Andeison,
STRAYED-Fiom my farm, 5
miles northeast of Zimmerman, on
Maich 7, a Scotch Collie dogcolor
yellow, with white ring around
neck. linder please notify O. T.
Oscaison, Route 1, Zimmerman,
and receive reward 12-ltp
WANTEDHave a call for one 80
and one 120 or 160-acie faim, if price
is right. See E Svarry, Prince
ton, Minn. 12-3te
WANTED Boarders, to include
rooms Call up on Tn-State
phone 290. 10-tfc
WANTEDCorn, oats, barley and
off-grade wheat. Henschel's Feed
Store, Princeton 2-tfc
HIDES AND FURSWill pa}
Minneapolis prices for hides and
furs. Allen Haves, Princeton. 8-tfc
FOR SERVICEA Holstein bull
Prince Aggie Celeste Netherlands,
No. 115926. J. H. Craft, Route 2,
Zimmerman, Minn. Tri-State phone
FOR SERVICE-Holstein bull.
W. C. Pearson, Princeton. ll-3tp
Please Call and Pay.
Persons indebted to me are asked
to call at my old stand immediately
and pay their bills. 1 need the
mone} and the payment of these
accounts will be appreciated. Don't
ll-2tc J. H. Hoffman.
A public sale will be held on the
farm of F. Carr, 2% miles east
of Princeton, 1 mile east of Holthus
farm, on Tuesday, March 17, begin
ning at 1 p. m. At that time 6
mares, 2 colts, 5 young cows, 3
heifers, 2 fall pigs, 50 chickens, a
big lot of farm machinery, vehicles,
harness, and numerous other articles
will be offered for sale. See sale
bills for particulars.
T. F. Car, Owner.
T. J. Kaliher, Auctioneer
12-ltc G. A. Eaton, Clerk.
Wanted, hogs and cattle at L.
HummePs meat market, Princeton.
Highest market prices paid. 13-tfc
How mary hosp^lrl ation^ roffer
ing the frightful itch, the ian scoich
3ng pa,m of slan disease, have been
eoothed to sleep by a soothing: fluid
washed in by the nurse's hands?
That fluid is the fa nous D. D. D.
prescription for eczema
THE S-UPEBVESIITG- STORSE of one
of our piominent Catholic institutions
(name of nuise and institute en appli
cation), writes legarding a patient
"The disea&e had eaten her eyebrows
away Her nose and lips had become
di&figured. Since the use of
her evebrows are frowng h. nose
and face ha'io assumed their natural
How manv eczerr a sufferci aie pay
ing their doctois lor re~'iai treat
ment and are being Heated ith this
same sooting, healing flu d0
DR. GEO. T. BICHASDSGM frankly
Note That Brace!
That's an exclusive MOYER feature. A Strong i%-
inch steel brace from the upper corner to the middle
support holds the gate in shape. Keeps it from
bending, warping or sagging. The ordinary wire cable
brace loosens up after a time and allows the gate to
sag, MOYER Gates keep their shape.
3 0 Days' TrialFREE
Put up a MOYER Steel
Gate Useit30days. Give
it actual wear. Use your
own judgment as to wheth
er you keep it or not
CALEY HARDWARE CO., Princeton, Minn.
We Are Headquarters For
Flour, Bran, Shorts, Mid-1
dlings, Oil Heal
at Wholesale Prices in Large or Small Lots 1
iHiPAll Goods Delivered Free in Princeton*^
Princeton Roller Mill Co. I
A. C. SMITH
(Successor to O. H. Gottwerth)
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs
Down and Out
That where we will put competition it you will just give us a chance to make
you prices on what building material you wish before buying elsewhere We want
your trade and we are prepared to give you everything in the shape of quality, price
and treatment in order to get it AH we ask is an opportunity to show you So next
time you want a jag of lumber or a large bill for that matter, drop in and get our
prices and see our goods We can make it to your advantage to drive quite a bit out of
your way to buy lumber here Dry Stove Wood Dehveied to Any Part of the Village.
CALEY LUMBER CO.
BENJAMIN SOULE, Manager
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Pish and Game in Season.
South Main Street Princeton, Minn.
writes "D D. is superior to any
thing I have ever found Soft and
soothing, yet a powerful agent."
To do the work, D. Prescrip
tion must be applied according to
directions given in the pamphlet
aiound every bottle. Follow these di
And it cei tamly takes away the itch
at oncethe moment the liquid is ap
plied The skin is soothedcalmed
so thoroughly refresheddelightfully
All d-aggist of standing have the
famous specitic as well as the efficient
But we aie confident of the mer
its of tmy prescription that we will
refund the pui chase price of the first
bof-l1e failso tjudge
ajf?nn i ai
5 our caoo, la
C. A. Jack, Druggist.