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title: 'The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, June 25, 1908, Page 8, Image 8',
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If you are one who
would save when op
portunity presents you
will buy now.
Special attention will
be given to lake and
Church Topics a* sue
Sunday and Weekday
Sunday morning, 10:30, sei-mon,
"A True Brotherhood:" evening, 8
p. m., special sermon to young men,
subject, "Saul the Choice, Young
Man." Epworth league, 7p.m. Sun
day school, 12 m.: midweek service
this, Thursday, evening.
Grace church, Baldwin school house
Sunday school, 10 a. m.: morning
prayer and sermon, 11 a. m. Hope
church, Congregational church,
PrincetonEvening prayer and ser
mon, 3:30 p. m. -Rev. Isaac Houlgate,
VhQ Farm Fireside. I
Gleanings by Our Country
DISTRICT NO. 50.
Mike Looney was home for a day
Jerry Haley returned on Saturday
from camp at Lake City.
C. L. Campbell and wife called on
friends in Blue Hill on Sunday.
Elias Fiero and family were visiting
at the Townsend home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Looney were callers
at the Campbell home last week.
Earl Fullwiler of Round Lake is
working for Wm. Heath for a- few
We were sorry to hear of the acci
dent that befell Mrs. Vetsch last Sat
urday in having her hand injured in
Elias Fiero would like to have the
parties who put the log on his door
step bring another canthook and help
him get it off agin.
Fred Kuhrke spent Sunday at the
home of Manda Reebie.
John Dalchow and Mr. and Mrs.
~R. Jopp spent Sunday at A. Schmatz'.
Gust Kuhrke was a visitor at his
sister's, Mrs. Lennie Bockoven, last
Henry Dalchow, Reinhold Bartz and
Herman Kuhrke spent Sunday at
Miss Martha Schilling will return to
her home Thursday for her summer
Paul Emme has bought a new phono
graph and will entertain his friends
Misses Louisa and Gusta Dehn went
to Princeton Monday to work at the
Wm. Peterson and Oscar Lundgren
were callers at the home of Emil Dal
chow on Sunday.
Albert Lueck and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Claustermer and family
Lot No. 1
500 yards of Summer
Goods. All this year's goods
and latest patterns. A fine
assortment of Batistes, Chat
illons and figured Lawns.
Values up to 15c. This entire
lot at per yard
E. B. ANDERSON
Preserved Bloater, per can 25c
Armour's Lunch Tongue, per can 35c
Smaller size can 20c
Luncheon Sausage, per can 10c
Potted Meat, ham flavor, per can 10c
Prime Roast Beef, per can 15e
Potted Meat, tongue flavor per can 10c
Deviled Meat, ham flavor, per can 5c
Chicken Loaf, per can 15c
Veal Loaf, large can 25c
Deviled Ham, Fancy, per can 30c
spent Sunday afternoon at John Har
Louis, Ella and Rosy Dalchow and
their cousin, Martha Schilling, were
in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Siemer and daughter
Leona spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. Heoft.
Miss Martha Schilling of St. Boni
facius is visiting her uncles, Henry
and John Dalchow, this week.
Henry Dalchow, Gust and Fred
Kuhrke and Miss Martha Schilling
spent Monday evening at John Dal
Mollie, Gust and Lena Hoeft, Gusta
Dehn, Olga Jopp, Henry Hoeft, Paul
Emme and Wm. Bartz spent Sunday
evening at John Dalchow's.
Mr. Varley drove to Princeton Sat
Emil Swartz made a trip to Elk
Mrs. Emil Swartz and her mother,
Mrs. Carter, drove to Princeton Mon
Mrs. Bell and her daughter, Mrs.
Bert Nash, drove to Princeton Satur
Miss Inez Michelson has been home
a few days visiting with friends and
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mode drove to
Santiago Saturday to visit Mr.
G. N. Stendahl has ice cream for
sale now at his store. It seems quite
nice to get a dish of ice cream these
Mr. Rosenberg and his son, Ole,
went to Park Rapids Monday, where
they are going to work in a mill for
M. K. Iliff and C. W. Parker drove
up from Elk River Monday afternoon.
They purchased a team from Roy
Carter while here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Parker drove
up from Elk River Friday afternoon
and called on a few friends. They
drove home in the evening.
Quite an exciting game of ball took
place A Zimmerman Sunday between
Zimmerman and Twin Lakes. Our
boys defeated the visitors by a score
of 1 to 8.
On Wednesday, June 17, a number
of littlerfolks gathered at the home of
Beatrice Pratt and gave her a sur
prise, it being her seventh birthday
anniversary. She received many nice
A. Roadstrom called at the home of
Henry A. Steeves last Sunday.
Mrs. Aaron Steeves, who has been
seriously ill for the past week, is at
present no better.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tomlinson. of
Greenbush visited at the home of "the
former's parents last Sunday.
The Ladies' Auxiliary to the A. S.
of E. will hold its regular meeting at
the home of Mrs. Leon Annis July 2.
Ernest Groth closed a ten months'
term of school at Carmody last Fri
day, June 19, with a program in the
CLEARANC E OF
Summer Dress Goods
For quick clearance we will place on sale a large lot of Summer Dress Goods, and have marked them so ridiculously low that
they will be sure to move with a rush. To make it easy choosing we have arranged this whole assortment in three different lots and
will sell them as shown below. They will show a saving of one-third, one-half and even more.
Sale Commences Friday Morning', June 26. Come Early and Get Your Choice.
This lot contains excep
tionally good values. Very
fine material with only the
latest goods, Violet Batistes,
Claribel Batistes, Donzelle
Organdies, fine Dimities and
fine Tissues. Values up to
18c. Marked for quick clear
ance at per yard
CHOIC E FRESH GROCERIE S AND ALL KINDS OF FRUIT
evening which gave credit to both the
teacher and pupils.
Lennie Bockoven and family drove
to Silver lake last Sunday to visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Whit
A number of the people of this vi
cinity attended the M. B. A. picnic at
Green lake last Sunday. They report
a good time.
Mrs. Ida Fogg, who has for the past
two weeks been visiting friends in this
neighborhood, returned to her home
in Princeton on Monday.
Mrs. Allie Mott and two daughters,
Daisy and Doris, took the train for
Long Lake last Monday, where they
intend to remain for a few weeks.
Mrs. John Gates and children,
Everett Hall and family, and the
Misses Lizzie and Margaret Schlee
were visitors at the home of Carl Dehn
Axel Bengtson, Alfred and Frank
Swanson, and Frank Bengtson and
family returned from South Dakota
last Friday, where they have been
holding down claims since last fall.
Miss Ida Groth of Braham hag been
visiting friends in this vicinity for
the past few days. She returned home
Monday accompanied by her brother,
Miss Phoebe Johnson visited friends
at Minneapolis from Friday until
Gust Lueck, assistant road inspec
tor, and son have been filling in some
of the bad holes along the road.
Chris Neumann, the expert veteri
nary surgeon from Princeton, was out
this way last week on professional
business. Every year people lose
valuable live stock by not employing
a skilled veterinarian.
One of the cross-beams on the Sell
horn bridge has been broken at one
end and is hanging by a couple of
small bolts. This should be fixed up
before it falls down and kills someone
A petition has been circulated in
district 12 asking that the district be
divided. The population has in
creased considerably in the upper end
and it is the intention to either build
a new school house or else enlarge
school No. 2.
Louis King returned Saturday from
Ada and Laura King returned last
Thursday from their Princeton visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Fiero of district 46
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. I. Martin.
Hon. R. C. and Mrs. Dunn visited a
few of their many friends and relatives
in the neighborhood last Tuesday.
Jim Stark, well known here several
years ago as Jim Frank, was mur
dered several weeks ago in the wilds
of Dakota. Mr. Stark was a brother
of our neighbor, Will Stark.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Scanlan and
Miss Ethel Scanlan, with Mr. and
Mrs. Wellie,King, drove to Cam
bridge Sunday to see Mrs. Clough,
Corn Beef, per can 15c
Large size can 30c
Dried Beef, chipped, per can 15c
Dried Beef, in glass jars, per jar 30c
Salmon, per can 10c
Salmon, per can 15c
Salmon, per can 20c
Salmon, per can 23e
Lobsters, per can 15c
Lobsters, per can 30c
Fresh Mackerel, per can 20c
OPER A HOUS E
ONE NIGHT ONLY
A large lot and displayed
on seperate counter. Consists
of fine pieces oi Parisiene
Organdie and dotted and
figured Lawns. Also several
pieces of flowered goods.
This entire lot, while they
last, at per yard only
Bacon, per lb 15c
Summer Sausage, per lb.. l~c
Picnic Ham, per lb 121c
Vegetables and Fruit Always Fresh
Uncle Tom's Cabin Company
Strictly All White Company
Positively the only company present
ing the play in its entirety. Complete
scenic equipment and all accessories.
A production of merit given in the
theatre not in the street. No parade.
Band concerts at noon and night.
A Cast of Unusual Strength
Popular Prices 25c, 35c, 50c
Reserved seats on sale at the Avery
but found her so low that they could
not gain admittance to the sick room.
Mrs. Clough is rapidly getting worse
to the great sorrow of her many
Mrs. S. P. Hunt is getting a little
better. Her son, W. E. Terry of Du
luth, and Mrs. H. F, Blethen, a
grand daughter from Minneapolis,
each spent a few days of last week
with her. Mrs. John Sadley and
Mrs. Hattie Van Wormer, old friends
of hers from Princeton, also came
down to spend an afternoon. Mrs.
Hunt enjoys the visits of friends very
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lowell were
surprised Friday evening by the grown
up folks of the neighborhood. The
occasion was their nineteenth wedding
anniversary. The time was spent in
games and social chat. During the
evening it developed that a committee
must have been self-appointed to name
the streets. Much time was spent in
arguments over the appropriateness
of the names, for it seemed to be the
ambition of the committee that not
only the place of residence but the
character of the inhabitants as well
should be shown by the street names.
But finally, after much discussion, one
road became Scold street, another
Easy street and a third Peaceful
avenue. After this everyone was fully
ready for the supper of ice cream and
Andrew Roman has been busy at the
Siding this week.
Do not forget to come and hear Dr.
Armitage on the 4th.
Minnie Anderson returned home
Tuesday to spend .the summer.
The West Branch-creamery shipped
85 tubs of butter on Tuesday. Haul
your cream and milk to the West
There is still time
to get a new dress for
the 4th of July.
All kinds of
Mrs. Liskey of Princeton is staying
with W. Clemmens this week.
They are fixing up in grand style
for the celebration at the Siding.
Sarah Nelson and Mary Kron of
Minneapolis visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Anton Nelson over Sunday and
There are several new ads in this
issue of the Union which it will
probably pay you to read. They are:
E. B. Anderson, Solomon Long,
Armitage Drug Store, Kopp & Bar
tholomew, C. A. Jack, J. C. Herdliska
(2), B. D. Grant, Gollmar's Circus.
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
For sale, horses, second-hand har
ness and buggies. Apply to Chas.
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