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Miss Myrtle Norberg returned Sat urday from several days' visit with friends in Wyanett. Reuben Norberg will leave Monday for an extended trip up near the Can adian border. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Campbell, Herb. Campbell and Jas. Franklin returned Friday from a week's camping in the blueberry country, northwest of Sand stone. There is a constant stream of cars coming and going from that sec tion night and day. Thousands of bu shels are being taken out by parties from the cities who have as many as 40 pickers and are hauling out the berries with trucks. We were told by Sandstone people that there was a young man whose home is at Sandstone, who died from the effects of a blow on the head dealt by some toughs who took his car, a new Buick. He and his mother were about 20 miles east of Bruno picking blueberries. These toughs were oper ating among the campers, stealing berries and commiting other depreda tions. The authorities at St. Paul sent up a company of militia to look after them. A good number of people from this vicinity attended the community picnic at Princeton Sunday and we should judge by appearances that all spent a pleasant day. Miss Sophia Gonier is spending a few days in Princeton visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Rust were call ers at the Norberg home Sunday even ing. It is very dry up in Pine county this season. They have had only two showers since spring. We called on Mr. and Mrs. Raiche at Rush City. Mr. Raiche's health is quite poorly. We also called on Herman Hipkey at Hinckley. He is doing fine in his new home and is well satisfied. Crick Mulder is running a thresh ing rig in this locality and they say he is doing good work. The dance at the Blue Hill town hall was a success Friday night, al though it would have heen far more pleasant had the moonshine and drunks been minus. It is getting so that a social party out in the coun try cannot be had without it being overrun by toughs filled up with moon shine, and we all know what that combination produces. Quite a crew of clay and gravel haulers are at work on the state road near Cartwheel marsh and they are doing a good job. We hope they will be allowed to continue on to the county line at least, as the road is certainly in need of repair. While we are not residents of Mille Lacs county, we are interested in Princeton as our place of business and we hope for the success of the Mille Lacs county and Sherburne county fairs, as they are the best advertising mediums the farmers in the surround ing country have if properly managed, and we urge all to patronize and at tend the fairs. The writer was very sorry to hear of* the sudden death of our friend Henry Glade. He was our nearest neighbor for several years and a bet ter neighbor we ne\er had, and a finer man we never Knew. We are sorry for Mrs. Glade and family and they have our most sincere sympathy. Jerry Healy was a caller at the Campbell home Sunday. Most of tho com in this locality is ripe and nearly, if not quite, ready to cut. The crop is not as good as it would have been if we had more rain. Early potatoes are no good and the late ones will need more moisture and cool weather for three or four weeks yet to make anything of a crop. EAST GLENDORADO Marie Nelson returned home from Minneapolis on Friday to spend two weeks' vacation with her parents here. Mrs. Almlie and daughter, Myrtle, spent Friday afternoon at the Denison home. Misses Hannah and Deborah Nelson visited Miss Abbie Cook on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Magerdanz of Foley spent Wednesday evening at the Denison home. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lange of Min neapolis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Shapansky. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cook and fam ily spent Sunday with relatives in Milaca. Mr. and Mrs. George Hanson are the happy parents of a big baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ryberg and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Carlson. Miss Ethel Bergman left for Min neapolis one day last week. Mrs. Murray spent a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson and Marie Nelson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Denison and family. Elizabeth and Buddie Shapansky are spending this week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lange of Minneapolis. Rev. and Mrs. Mattock and George Cook took supper with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bachelor on Sunday. Mille Lacs county is preparing for a big fair this fall, which will be big ger this year than ever before. Don't forget the date, August 31, September 1, 2 and 3. Mrs. Elmer Larson and daughter spent a couple of days with Mrs. Shapansky. Mrs. Almlie spent a few days with Mrs. George Hanson last week. Abbie Cook spent Tuesday afternoon with Clara Denison. Miss Julia Vigen is visiting friends in this neighborhood. The M. E. Lades' Aid met with Mrs. Arthur Crook on Thursday. A large crowd was present. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shapansky spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Murray, near Foley. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson and Miss Julia Ugen spent Thursday eve ning with Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson. Algot Anderson returned here Tues day after helping his parents at Wat kins during harvesting. The hard windstorm that swept this country last Tuesday did considerable damage, blowing down barns, hay stacks, apple trees, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Wilding and family, Clara Denison, Sophia Wager and Elvira Nelson were Foley visitors on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shapansky and family made a trip to Monticello and Waverly on Thursday evening. Miss Florence Magnus is employed at the F. E. Kruger home this week. Jim Ford spent one evening last week at the O J. Almlie home. Etb^l Crook spent from Thursday until Friday with Miss Eunice Wager. 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SMITH'S MEAT MARKET Prime Meats of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc. Highest Market Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs Main Street, Princeton Notice We need more Poultry 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 Veal, Cream, Chickens, Eggs and Produce and receive THE H16HEST MARKET PRICES. CALVI N OLSON Princeton, Minn. Vulcanizing We have installed the latest vulcan izing machine and can guarantee a first-class job. Have your valves ground with our new valve grinder. Makes your valves seat perfectly. Also all kinds of Auto Repairing. Prices reasonable. North Side Auto Go, PRESCOTT & JONES, Props. Sole Agents for Mille Lacs County. Also Agents for Firestone Line. "g^^sy^C* Veal Hides Cream, Etc. Sell your eggs to us for cash. Bring or send them in two or three times a week. We sell the Security Calf Meal Also Okay chick mash and egg mash. Townsend Produce Co. Phone 322 Princeton, Minn. 100% Flour It's Always Good Manufactured from homegrown wheat and is a homemade product. Mill Feed Also made from homegrown grains. Buy homemade FJour and Feed.