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Mrs. Ezra Yager and children went
last Tuesday to Illinois to visit rela
tives in Rockford and Savanna.
Clarenfce Blocker of Minneapolis
came up Saturday evening to spend
his vacation with Ernest Payette.
Mrs. Carl Bender, who was quite
sick lasi week, is recovering rapidly.
Mrs. Rcba Ross spent Friday at J.
Have wc a cemetery borrd in the
township to look after the care of the
cemetery For a number of years its
condition h?s been a disgrace to our
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Tellefcon au
toed to Minneapolis on Sunday to visit
Sunday school next Sunday morning
at 10:30. All are welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chisholm of
Pine River visited a few days last
week at Clarence Taylor's. Miss
Yager of Milaca returned with them
last Wednesday by auto. Mr. Chis
holm's mother remained to visit at the
homes of her daughters, Mrs. Yager
in Milaca and Mrs. Clarence Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Burke rnd chil
dren of Mmneppolls spent Thursday
evening and Friday at J. L. Payette's.
Mr. Davis of Elk River, chairman of
the county R"d Cross, and Mies Ny
quist, the ccunty nurse, conducted a
short business meeting it J. L. John
son's last Wednesday afternoon. Plans
are being mrde for a free clinic at
Zimmerman some time next month.
The clinic is in charge of two Minne
apolis specialists, who will examine
children under five years, and parents
are urged to take advantage of this
Little Pearl Jones of Grcenbush had
her tonsils removed at the hospital
last week and she is staying at the
home of her grandfather, Chas. Groff.
Mr. n Mrs. M. L. Highland and
son from Omaha, Neb., are visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Albert Molden
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Willard and
daughter, Frances, and Mr. and Mrs.
E G. Rochat and family motored from
Minneapolis on Sundoy to visit the
Guy A. Ross family.
The community Sunday school is
planning to give a musical program
and ice cream social on Tuesday even
ing, July 12. This is to raise money
for the pledge of the Sunday school
for the benefit of the Asbury hospital
Several of our farmer? attended the
scale meeting in Princeton Thursday
evening. Plans were made to have the
farmers' scale installed soon.
Mrs. W. H. Thompson accompanied
her son Edwin to Minneapolis last
week to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Wellner and little
daughter of Alexandria, Iowa, autoed
nn last week to visit at C. E Brande's.
Warren Kisner's and Fred Briggs' of
Zimmerman on Sundav and all were
entertained at the Warren Kisner
home. The Wellner family returned
N. A. Lmd, of Rolfe, Iowa, visited
his son, John Lind, last week.
A. G. Fagerberg and family made
a business trip to Zimmerman last
Mrs. John Boehm and son, Fred,
were in Anoka Friday.
Mrs. Odin Odegard and babv spent
Thursday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Borneke.
Mr. and Mrs James Stevens were
callers at John Lind's Thursday morn
Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson were en
tertained at the A. G. Fagerberg home
The town board met on Monday af
ternoon to transact the usual business.
Frank Miller stole a march on his
friends and was married on Friday
evening in Milaca to Miss Agnes Betz
ler. They will soon be living in their
new house which Mr. Miller is build
ing. Many friends congratulate the
happy couple and gladly welcome an
other Grcenbush young lady into the
Miss Amy Patten of Baldwin is a
guest of her sister, Mrs. Walter John
Mrs. George Johnson was a week
end visitor at her home in Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stenson, Mrs.
Stenson, Mr. and Mrs. John Berg
strom and son, Mr. and Mrs. B. Sum
ser and family and Andrew and Nels
Stenson were Sunday visitors at O. C.
The Carpenter, Dilley, Eisenhut and
Sanborn families had a picnic at Elk
lake on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lane and family
of Baldwin attended church here on
Mr. and Mrs. B. Sumser and family
were dinner guests at the Walter
Johnson home on Sunday.
Misses Ellen Lynch and Irene
Smith were St. Cloud visitors on
Miss Bernice Stromwall left for
Hibbing on Friday morning, where
she will be employed.
Mrs. Dagmar Carstens went to An
oka on Friday, where she will visit
Misses Margaret and Alice Jenkin
were in Foley on Thursday shopping.
The P. C. Lynch family, Father
Krai and Clara Kubik took supper at
John Smith's on Thursday.
Miss Marie Morey left for her home
in St. Louis Friday, after visiting her
aunt and uncle, Mr. sjnd Mrs. A.
Speeder, the past two weeks.
Chas. Swartz and family visited at
the E. J. Hirsch home on Thursday
J. A. Lynch, Miss B. D. Lynch and
Clara Kubick motored to St. Cloud on
F. C. Peabody and H. C. Krueger
made a business trip to St. Paul on
The Baptist Sunday school class is
planning a holiday at Mille Lacs lake
the Fourth of July.
Mrs. J. R. Norgren was an Oak Park
caller on Tuesday.
Harry McLean has resigned his
position as bookkeeper at the Big
store and will spend the summer at
his home in Granite ledge.
The Misses Freeberg of St. Cloud
visited at J. B. Norgten's oyer Sun
Mrs. Otto Budd of Sioux Falls, S.
D., is visiting at the J. A. Lynch
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lynch, Mrs. Otto
Budd, P. C. Lynch and Miss B. D.
Lynch motored to Pearl lake on Sun
The home talent play entitled "The
Crown and the Cross," given here on
Monday, was very good and there was
quite a large attendance.
The P. H. Nelson family spent Sun
day at Mille Lacs lake.
A. A. Koppes motored to St. Cloud
on Sunday evening.
DISTRICT NO. 50
Myrtle Norberg is home for a few
days visit with her folks.
Tom Looney and Jerry Healy com
menced hauling gravel on the state
Mr. and Mrs. Ward and Mr and
Mrs James Stacey motored to St.
Cloud on Sunday.
Elmer Anderson vias a caller on the
Campbell boys Sunday.
Miss Clara Anderson returned to
her home in Duluth on Saturday, after
several days visit with her people here.
A few friends and neighbors spent
a very pleasant evening rt the Nor
berg home on Monday. Ice cream and
cake were served, after which came
music. All left for their homes feel
ing refreshed after a hot day.
Rye harvest will soon be on and a
fairly good crop is in prospect, al
though some pieces have been dam
aged by frost. Early potatoes, wheat
and oats are having a hard struggle
to withstand the hot, dry weather and
if we don't get some rain soon these
crops will be very light.
James Franklin, Wm. Heath and
Herb Campbell motored to Elk River
The state road is in fairly good
A very large crowd was in atten
dance at the ice cream social given on
Lipp's lawn last Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Otto Oelschlager and son, Max,
left for Minneapolis on Thursday
morning to have the latter's tonsils
Quite a few of the farmers of this
community met with County Agent
Ship and sail under
the Stars and Stripes to
all parts of the world
HERE was a longperiod when
was not true, but today it
is proudly true once more
trade and passenger routes are
so established that you can ship
your goods, or you can sad, to
any part of the world under the
Stars and Stripes.
The program of routes is being
carried out with an eye to the
future as well as present needs
of American exporters and im
porters and all American pros*
perity. See that the ships you
use are owned and operated by
American citizens or by the U.S.
Operators of Passenger
Admiral Line, 17 State Street, New
Matson Navigation Company, 26
So Gay Street, Baltimore. Md.
Munson Steam Ship Line. 82 Beaver
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11 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Pacific Mail S S Co., 4 Broadway.
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Use of Shipping Board motion picture
films, four reels, free on request of any
mayor, pastor, postmaster, or organi
zation A great educational picture
of ships and the $ea Write for inform
ation to Laue, Director Information
Bureau, Room 911, 1319 "F" Street.
N. W., Washington, D.
SHIPS FOR SALE
(To AmertcmH etttxtms only)
Steel steamers, both oil and coal
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information obtained by request.
For sailings of passenger
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other information, write
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JIammargren at the bank last Friday
to form a potato exchange. Nothing
definite was decided at this meeting
although quite a lot of interest was
shown by the majority. We expect
that they will carry it through.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlson left Saturday
morning for an extended visit with
their children at Menominie, Wis., and
Frank, Helen and Augusta Lether
of Minneapolis were visitors at the
Wm. Lipp home.
Albert Thurnquist left for Lowry,
this state, Saturday morning, having
secured a position with a bank at that
C. E. Webster and family visited
friends in Monticello Sunday.
Louis Generous went to Anoka on
Monday morning to consult Dr. Kline
in regard to his health. He returned
Ethel Snow, who was operated upon
for appendicitis at the Northwestern
hospital a couple of weeks ago, has
sufficiently recovered to be around.
She came home on Monday.
John Moore and sons, Jean and
Hugh, left by auto Wednesday morn
ing for Wisconsin, where Mr. Moore
has some land. They were accom
panied by A. C. Wilkes of Milaca.
Mike Suntlick has severed his con
nection with the pool hall here and is
at present working for Geo. Wolf.
John Thompson arrived home from
Minneapolis on Saturday, having com
pleted a course in an auto machanics'
school at that place.
Mrs. Al. Henschel's sister of Jordan
is visiting nere for a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carlson and
family returned last week from their
Mrs. Gordon took her little boy to
Duluth last week to consult a special
ist in regard to his condition.
H. Francis is working on the road
between Zimmerman and Elk River.
The Isle Harbor club had its first
World's Champion Light Six
Also Bargain in Second-
J. C. WHITCOMB, Princeton
rftfoi I 5,
The antiskid safety tread
20% Lower Prices
The Goodrich price reduction
which took effect May 2nd was
without reservation. It included
Silvertowns together with Good-
richFabric tires and Goodrich Red
and Gray inner tubes.
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fHE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1921
lesson in the Red Cross nursing course
under the direction of Miss Barskcy
last Thursday at the Lome of Mrs. H.
Eidam. The next meeting will be on
July 7 at Mrs. H. Francis'.
Mr. and Mrs. Benning and family
Sundayed at Althus'.
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Anderson called
at Oscar Carlson's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broker of Wah
kon and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cham
berlin were visiting at McLeod's on
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Henschel enter
tained relatives from Princeton over
Mrs. L. Skogcn and Mrs. L. Cham
berlm attended school meeting at Isle
on Friday evening.
D. McLeod had a cousin from Minne
apolis visiting him last week.
At the Livestock Shipping associa
tion meeting on Saturday A. AlthusV
was elected manager for the coming
At Princeton Fair Grounds.
"A man on first and third," said he.
"Here's where wo work the squeeze."
Oh, Charlie, dear, not right out here,
it is so public, please."
appliesto all sizes
Caley Hardware Co.,
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WOULD GO FROM
HOUSE TO HOUSE
Tennessee Farmer Wants to Go From
House to House and Tell Ev
erybody About Tanlac.
"If I were not so busy with my farm
work I would go from house to house
and tell the people about Tarmac"
said A. J. Linvingston, a well-known
farmer, living near Ashland City,
"I had stomach and kidney trouble
and suffered torment with my bade
and side. The doctors could do noth
ing for me so I wrote to a friend of
mine in Nashville about Tanlac and
he advised me to try it, saying he had
heard so many favorable reports
about it and sent me a bottle.
"After taking the first bottle I felt
so much better that I ordered another
bottle myself and the result is I am a
well -nran. I told a friend of mine
about it and ordered a bottle for him
and he had real results. I can eat
anything I want and it don't hurt me
and can sleep like a log. To tell you
the truth, I just simply feel like a
new man and have more strength and
energy than I have had for years. It
Everybody Cordially Invited
To a Big
AtSavage Community Store
Next Saturday, July 2,
Where you will be served with
Cold Grape Juice, Fruit Nectar,
Peanut Butter and Preserve
Be sure to get our lowest
prices on Paris Green.
The name of Goodrich on a tire means
just one thingquality. And that quality
is always the highest that can be produced.
Each tire is specially designed for the ser
vice it must deliver. Goodrich Fabrics, in
the popular sizes, have established them
selves as unusual values from the stand
point of real economy. Silvertown Cords
in their class have always held first place
in the esteem of motorists, not only be
cause of their symmetrical perfection of
finish, but furthermore, by reason of their
long life, complete dependability and sat
"Your dealer will supply you at these fair
30x3i 32x31 32x4
2.90 3.55 3.70
4.50 4.65 4.75 5.55 5.80
30x3 30x3 30x3*
THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY
is simply the grandest medicine in
the world. I would like to see all of
my friends and get those who are suf
fering to try it and I hope you will
reach them through this testimonial,
which I have gladly given."
Tanlac, the celebrated medicine,
which accomplished such remarkable
results in this man's case, is a won-
We need more
Sell your eggs to us for cash. Bring
or send them in two or three times a
We sell the
Security Calf Meal
Also Okay chick mash and egg mash.
derful tome, appetizer and invigorant^
It builds up the system, creates a
healthy appetite, promotes digestion
and assimilation of the food and
makes you feel strong, sturdy and well
as nature intended. Adv.
Tanlac is sold by C. A. Jack Drug
Co., Princeton, Minn. 20-tfc
Townsend Produce Co.
Phone 322 Princeton, Minn.
It's Always Good
Manufactured from homegrown wheat and is a
Also made from homegrown grains.
Buy homemade FJour and Feed.
Princeton Roller Mills
The Leader Meat Market
Cash and Carry Plan
Price, Quality and Service
Call and be convinced it pays to pay cash and
carry your goods.
Fat bacon 15c per pound
Cheese, 18c lb. by brick
Bring in your
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
CALVI N OLSON
We have installed the latest vulcan
izing machine and can guarantee, a
Have your valves ground with our
new valve grinder. Makes your valves
Also all kinds of Auto Repairing.
North Side Auto Co.
PRESCOTT & JONES, Props.
Sole Agents for Mille Lacs County.
Also Agents for Firestone Line.
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