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title: 'The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, July 02, 1908, Page 5, Image 5',
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George I Staples is the only person who Is
authorized to collect money due this office In
a very case the party paying money is entitled
o and should insist upon receiving a printed
eceipt. R. C. DUNN, Publisher.
The Princeton Co-operative cream
ery has started.
Get a harness for nothing at Gil
lespie, Stoneberg & Go's.
The summer training school will
open at Milaca on Monday, July 6.
'Jimmy" Jerrard of St. Cloud was
here on his regular business trip Mon
Miss Aggie Besser of Milaca was
the guest of Miss Lena Nachbar over
F. C. Foltz went to Minneapolis on
Tuesday to purchase a carload of feed
for his store.
The Little Falls Business College
is a live and up-to-date business
Albert Morehouse of the Foreston
Mercantile company was here on a
business trip Tuesday.
Bring your cream to the Princeton
Co-operative creamery, where you will
receive fair treatment.
M. M. Colbert has gone out of busi
ness and his drug stock has been pur
chased by C. A. Jack.
The Princeton brass band will give
its regular weekly concert in the court
house square tomorrow evening.
Mrs. John Petterson and Mrs. M. M.
Stroeter were among the Tuesday
morning passengers to the cities.
Misses Kate and Bertha Dugan re
turned yesterday from a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Moses Jesmer at Mora.
Dr. O. S. Canright of East Troy,
Wis., is here on a short visit to his
mother-in-law, Mrs. Leonard Pratt.
I keep good horses on hand at all
times for sale. If you have horses to
sell bring them to me and I will pay
cash for them. Wm. Ross.
The mad-dog scare has blown over,
but it has had its good effect. The
useless mongrels about town have
been cleaned out.
H. Oerting returned to his home in
St. Paul on Tuesday, after a fort
night's pleasant visit with his class
mate, George P. Dunn.
Miss Cecilia Corey of Elk River
arrived here on Monday evening and
will be the guest of Miss Lillian Kali
her until after the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Grow left on
Tuesday for Golden Valley, Mon
tana, and expect to be absent from
Princeton three or four weeks.
Misses Hattie Deppe and Frieda
Kirsch of St. Paul are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Prowse and will
remain until after the Fourth.
Buggies and second-hand harvesters
for sale or trade for stock. Also a
good second-hand tedder for sale.
Inquire at the store. R. E. Jones
& Son. 28-2t
Mrs. M. C. Nachbar of Crookston,
who has been visiting relatives here,
left on Saturday for New Prague,
where she will visit for three months
prior to returning to her home,
Hans Bernston of Bogus Brook -was
examined as to his sanity in probate
court on Monday afternoon and upqph
the order of the physicians the cafe
was continued until-^riday morning.
The stitch-counting contest at Gil
lespie, Stoneburg & Co. 's will close
Saturday, July 4. Those who intend
recording a guess should hurry up
and do so. A harness free to,the one
who comes nearest.
August Jaenicke is deserving of
praise for the workmanlike manner in
which he constructed the new creamery
and the pains he took to make the
building a substantial one. The
creamery is one of the best buildings
of its kind in the state of Minnesota.
Soda Water Trifles
The excellence of our soda is due to little
features and expenditures, trifling taken sepa
rately but not trifling in the aggregate.
A little extra cost in selecting foun
A little more expense for the extra
ice used so freely.
The liberal manner in which we use
syrups and ice cream.
The time given every day to keeping
the fountain and accessories scrupu
C. A. JACK
from variant sources.
Rev. Geo. Stamm and wife returned
home last evening.
Frank P. Morneau of Wahkon came
down on a business trip Monday.
Born, Friday, June 26, to Mr. and
Mrs. Don Sausser, a 12-pound son.
The First National Bank of Prince
ton will make you a loan on your
Rev. George A. Swertfager returned
on Monday from a visit to friends in
Dr. Neumann and daughter, Ger
trude, left on Monday for a few days'
visit in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
The First National Bank of Prince
ton represents the strongest fire insur
ance companies in the world. 7tf
Money to loan on improved farms
at the lowest rate of interest. Loans
promptly and properly closed.
14-tf M. S. Rutherford & Co.
Bread that cannot be excelled for
its wholesomeness, fresh every day at
Newton's bakery. The purest bread
Fred Haas has resigned his position
at the Riverside hotel and is now em
ployed at the establishment of A. H.
Mrs. Roy Stanley, who had been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ira G. Stanley
for a fortnight, returned to her home
in St. Cloud on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Webster of
Minneapolis and Chas. Webster of
Portland, Maine, are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Campbell.
Dr. T. L. Armitage left on Tuesday
for St Paul, where he yesterday at
tended the republican state convention
in the capacity of a delegate.
Attend the dance in Herman Mark
graf's hall in Brickton on Saturday
evening, July 4. Dancing will com
mence at 7 o'clock. Ice cream and
An Independence day dance will be
given in the M. B. A. hall on Satur
day evening next, commencing at 6
o'clock. Remember the place and the
hour. Everybody invited.
A. D. Jesmer arrived here on Fri
day and, with his wife, is a guest of
Mr. and Mrs E. E. Whitney. Mr. and
Mrs. Jesmer will return to their home
at Park Rapids next Monday.
Marshall Sw,anson of Anoka went
to work in the Peterson & Nelson
blacksmith shop on Tuesday and will
remain until Wm. Waggener, who is
laid up with scarlet fever, returns.
Within a day or two the new village
scales will be ready for patrons and
Os. King will be weigher. The scales
are being installed west of the Prince
ton hotel, near the railroad track.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bartholomew of
Minneapolis are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Bartholomew. They are
the parents of R. L. Bartholomew and
will remain here three or four days.
Miss Minnie Schacht of Minneapo
lis, who has been the guest of Rev. J.
W. and.Mrs. Heard, left yesterday for
Fergus Falls, where she will spend
two weeks before returning to her
MrsrW. J. Nichols of St. Paul has
purchased the^ boarding house busi
ness a Linwood cottage from Mrs.
A. F. Howard and entered into pos
session yesterday. Mrs. Nichols is a
sister of Mrs.JVW^Hartman of this
The ibuilding of the new village
lockup is under way and if the weather
is favorable it will not take long to
complete it. Marshal Cravens says
he will be glad when the "birdcage"
is ready for occupancy as he is now
handicapped in his business of "run
ning 'em in." fr
You can save money by buying
your mowers, rakes, binders, stackers,
tedders, hay loaders, etc., from the
Acme Harvesting- Machine Co. No
better machines made. All guaran
teed. Not in the trust. All repairs
kept on hand. J. A. Wetter, dealer,
north of Byers* store. See me before
J&u buxjslsewhere. 28-6t
Nelson's photos please the people.
Guess now at Gillespie, Stoneberg
House for rent, $14 per month.
Apply to Dr. T. L. Armitage.
Thos. F. Scheen went to Minneapo
lis on a business trip Monday.
Gollmar Bros.' circus will show in
Princeton on Saturday next, July 4.
The annual school meeting for this
district will be held on Saturday,
Regular meals every day in the
week and lunches at all hours. New
Dr. Darragh and wife will leave on
Saturday for a short visit with rela
tives in St. Paul.
Pastry of every descriptionpastry
that will appeal to your palateat
J. H. Ferrell, wife and daughter,
of St. Paul are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Ferrell.
Professor Marshall will leave to
morrow for Renville to conduct the
summer training school.
Miss Blank, housekeeper for Prof.
Marshall, left yesterday for St.
Charles for her summer vacation.
Miss Lorna Marshall, daughter of
Prof. Marshall, is visiting at Kenyon
and will remain away a fortnight.
Reinhard and Albert Manke and
Otto Walters captured twenty-nine
fine black bass in Spectacle*lake Sun
Fall teim of Mankato Commercial
College opens Sept. 1. Enroll then
and get two months free. Send for
Charley Peterson will give a dance
at his residence in Greenbush on the
evening of July 4. First-class music,
Tickets, 50 cents.
Mrs. Mary Hamilton and daughter
Mildred spent Saturday and Sunday
in Greenbush, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Alpheus Orton.
Mrs. Coolidge of Orange, Mass.,
who has been visiting her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Newbert,
left for her home on Monday morning.
Miss Avis Eaton returned on Friday
from Wellesley college, Massuchusetts,
for her summer vacation and will re
turn to resume her studies in the
Attorney McMillan left on Friday
for Chicago on professional business
and returned Sunday. Mr. McMillan
enjoys a very extensive law practice
which is fast increasing.
Although persistent efforts have
been made throughout the week to re
cover the body of Albert East, who
was drowned in the Rum river, the
searchers have been unsuccessful.
A. M. Edstrom left yesterday to join
his wife at St. Hilaire. Mr. Edstrom
has resigned his position at B. D.
Grant's and will shortly go to St.
Paul to work in a wholesale house.
Among the places which will hold
Fourth of July celebrations are Elk
Lake park, Zimmerman, Long Siding
and Spencer Brook. You can have
an enjoyable time at either place.
The First National Bank of Prince
ton always has money on hand to
loan on farm mortgages. There is
consequently no delay in closing of
loans. Liberal on or before privi
Saturday is the Fourth and it is the
duty of parents upon that day to see
that their children use due care in
handling fireworks, for lockjaw is apt
to result from the slightest injury sus
tained from an explosion of gun
Before you start for Princeton to
have your picture taken be sure it is
the first or third Saturday of the
month, as these are the only days
you will find Nelson, the famous pho
tographer from Anoka, at his studio
in Princeton. 2tf
Owen Bracken of Estes Brook was
in town yesterday. Although 89 years
of age Mr. Bracken cultivates his
farm and can dance a good oldtime
jig with agility. Speaking of the crop
prospects in Estes Brook he says corn
is in poor condition but that small
grain is looking fine.
Chi-Namel demonstration at our
store on Thursday and Friday, July 2
and 3. Do not miss this opportunity
to learn how to secure a new hard
wood floor for $2.50. Any old floor,
oil cloth or linoleum made to look
like new hard wood, any color any
style of grain. Lessons free by
special instructor. Caley Hardware
You can find no better place
spend the Fourth than Elk Lake park,
where the day will be appropriately
celebrated. Dances will be given
afternoon and evening and gasoline
launches will take pleasure parties
around the pretty lake throughout the
day. Rowboats may be hired for fish
ing or other purposes and light refresh
ments obtained at the pavilion, as wel
as cigars and tobacco. Grand dis
play of fireworks in the evening. Ai
enjoyable event will be the celebra
tion at Elk Lake park on the Fourth.
THE PBINCJSTCXN JJ^ipN:^ ^HXJJRSDAY, JULY 2, 1908.
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Any Man or Woman
caa transform a soft wood floor
into a perfect imitation of a
beautifully grained hard wood
floor in a few minutes with
and the Chi-Namel
Or an old hard wood floor, furni
ture, etc., may be made to look like
new, with a harder, more durable'
finish than it had originally.
Chi-Namel colors the wood, and var
nishes it at the same time, and the sur
face is so hard that walking or washing
will not remove the gloss.
This newself-gramer makes it easy for
anyone to produce a beautiful grained
effect, exactly like the most expensive
hard wood floors.
Call at our store and allowus to demon
strate how easy it is to grain and varnish
by this improvedsystem. _
while they last
Free demonstration by a expert from
the factory, Thursday and Friday,
July 2 and 3.
CALEY HARDWARE GO.
Charles Salak, general agent of the
Alma Manufacturing Co., was here
this week and sold a McVicker gaso
line engine to G. H. Gottwerth and
one to W. H. Ferrell. Mr. Ferrell also
contracted for a potato conveyer.
We are not asking a favor wnen we
ask you to witness the Chi-Namel
demonstration in our store on Thurs
day and Friday, July 2 and 3, but
extending one. It will be your oppor
tunity to learn from the manufacturer's
expert many things in regard to the
treatment of interior wood work, fur
niture, etc.. and the Inany ways in
which the Chi-Namel Graining and
Varnishing Process may be made to
serve the economical housewife. Don't
fail to attend. It will be worth many
dollars to you. Caley Hardware Co.
You do the guessing and we give
away the harness. That is, you guess
on the number of stitches in the har
ness displayed in our show window
and the one who comes nearest to that
number receives the harness free. The
guess costs you nothing, neither does
i- the harness if you are the nearest
Contest will close on July 4 and
prize will be awarded on same day.
Gillespie, Stoneberg & Co.,
Wm. Neely, Manager.
A WOR TO THE
This is your last chance to get that suit before the 4th. A
W great many people have taken advantage of our price conces-
sions, and they are still coming in bunches. Remember it is H/
10 Percent Off on Men's Suits
20 Percent Off on Youths' and Boys' Suits
25 Percent Off on Cravanettes and Raincoats
All other things accordingly. Come while the picking is good. $
K0PP & BARTHOLOMEW
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Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs
I Foreston Mercantile& LiveStock Go.
Are fitters of men, women and children
in shoes, dry goods groceries, hardware,
and all kinds of farm machinery and
Foreston Mercantile & Live Stock Co.
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L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princetoa, Minn.
To the Public
j|\UR sale ends July 4 and we are more
than pleased with the liberal patronage
bestowed. "We will continue to sell shoes at
the same old place, and will be better pre
pared than ever to please you with a new
and up-to-date stock of all kinds of shoes,
such as the well known Buster Brown shoe,
which pleases the children, ladies' and gent's
fine shoes, boys' aind men's shoes, and every
thing you need in our line. Thanking you
for past favors, Yours truly,
G. H. GOTTWERTH,
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