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Nelson's photos please the people.
Princeton vs Becker at the fair
grounds next Sunday.
August Eichmiller of Onamia was
a Princeton visitor last Monday.
Jonas Grant of Opstead transacted
business at Princeton last Monday.
Mr. and Mis Harvey Holmes
visited friends at Elk River last
Mrs. Harry Shockley visited rela
tives and friends in Stanford, Isanti
county, last week.
Barnum returned to St. Paul last
Saturday after a visit in this vicin
ity of a few days
Heuss of Foreston was a
Princeton visitor last Friday, and
was a pleasant caller at this office.
Mrs. Laura Bouck and daughter,
Ada, of Sedro Woolly. California,
arrived here last Saturday evening
to visit relatives and friends.
A wedding license was issued at
the office of the clerk of court last
Monday to Mr. Leopold J. Pierlot
and Miss Jantje Vink of Onamia.
Byers Arnold Buck and Henry
drove up from Minneapolis last
week to visit at the home of the
formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
A dance will be given at the
Brickton hall on Saturday evening,
July 3, by Honus Peterson, Matt
Gau and Arthur Shaw. Everybody
Dr. J. F. JKothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Wednesday and
Thursday, June 23 and 24. Eyes
examined and glasses fitted. Office
at Commercial hotel. 4-tfc
N Reynolds, publisher of the
Howard Lake Herald, returned to
his home last Monday after a few
days' visit here with friends. We
acknowledge a pleasant call
The majority of the people of
Mille Lacs county seem to want
county option and want it pretty
badly Now, let us have a rest from
temperance agitation for a time
Mr. Peter Hanson and Miss Pearl
Buchan secured a permit to wed at
the office of the clerk of court last
Mondav. and were united in mar
riage the same day by Justice
Mark Sandum returned to his
home in Baldwin last week after a
visit of two weeks with relatives
and friends at Bncelyn. He was
accompanied upon his return by
Egie Lekness of the latter place
Our Anoka contemporary, the
Herald, is entitled to a great deal of
credit for stirring up an interest in
Good Roads Day in Anoka county. A
whole lot of good ^ork was done on
the roads.in that county on the 15th.
Rev Eugene Ahl and Edward
Benseman went down to St. Paul
Tuesday morning, to be in attend
ance at the convention of the Min
nesota district of the joint synod of
qhio and other states of the Ger
man Lutheran church.
The second annual commencement
of the rural schools of Isanti county
was held at Cambridge last Tuesday,
and 60 pupils were given diplomas.
Prof. C. W. S. Hyde of Minneapoils
delivered an address, and a spelling
contest was also held.
The Junior Christian Endeavor so*
ciety will meet Sunday, June 27, with
Grace Gibson at her home at
o'clock. Topic: "The Good Samari
tan," from Luke 10:30-37. Drill ^on
books of tbe New Testament, firing
Bibles. Mrs. S. L. Kennedy, junior
No F/ner Corn Killer
To Be Had
One application brings almost immediate re-
lief from suffering and does much towards killing
the corn in preparation for its removal.
That's Rexall Solvent. It won't fail you
as other remedies might have done. Use as per the
simple directions and it will put an end to every
corn on your foot, and quicker than you may ex-
pect. Give it a trial. You'll wish you had done
so sooner. 25c per bottle.
C. A. JACK DRUG CO.
The Rexall Druggists
Opts Sttndayi from 9 an. to 1 m.
trMB arlMi marcM.
George I Staples la the only person who li
authorized to collect money due this office. In
every ease the party paying money Is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
receipt O Dumr, Publisher.
Attorney Rolleff Vaaler was down
from Milaca last Tuesday.
J. H. Hoffman was a Minneapolis
visitor the first of the week.
A C. Wilkes was down from Du
luth the latter part of last week.
The Dorcas society will meet with
Mrs. C. A Dickey next Wednesday
E E. Whitney and
were passengers to
A new cement sidewalk is
laid from the E Nelson store
to George Newtons' store.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blair left for
Bemidji yesterday, where they will
visit relatives and friends.
Mrs. Guy Ewing and Miss Kathryn
Wold visited at Milaca from Tuesday
evening to Wednesday morning.
Wanted, a dining room girl, at
once. One with experience preferred.
Inquire at the Ideal restaurant, ltc.
Those from here who attended the
circus at Cambridge report that a
very creditable performance was
Mrs Anna Anderson arrived
from Long Beach, California, last
Saturday evening and will visit rel
atives and friends here for a time.
Mrs. G. A. Eaton departed last
Monday for San Francisco, where
she will visit her daughter, and also
view the Panama-Pacific exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. John Due of Wood
ford, Wis., were guests Tuesday and
Wednesday at tbe K. O. Sandum
home in Baldwin, Sherburne county.
I've got the goods when it comes
to wall paper. New stock at right
prices. Can get your order here in
one day if necessary Dan C. MiricK,
Tri-State 199. 13-tfc
Dr. R. D. N. Springer, optome
trist of Dr. Kline's sanitarium,
Anoka, will be at the Riverside hotel
from Saturday evening to Monday
morning, June 26, 27 and 28. 26-2tc
Next Sunday at the fair grounds
the Becker ball team will clash
result Be in
Olson's huskies, and
exhibition of the
game is expected to
A horse valued at $250, belonging
to Louis Solberg, was kicked by its
mate and so badly injured that it
had to be killed on Monday evening.
Last fall Mr. Solberg lost a valuable
horse and he begins to think that he
is having more than his share of ill
luck with horses.
Mille Lacs was about the only
county in this section of the state
where Good Roads Day was not gen
erally observed. In isolated spots,
where the people have some get-up
to them, there was some good work
done, but in the south end of the
county there was nothing doing.
County Commissioner Cater is pay
ing close attention to the state
roads in his district, and will soon
have those parts of roads Nos. 1 and
4 in Princeton township in pretty
good shape. Mr. Cater is manifest
ing a particular interest in the rock
and gravel road that was constructed
J. C. Chandler of Maywood,
veteran of the Civil war, answered
the final summons on Friday morn
ing, June 12, at the age of 73 years.
Deceased had been a resident of
Benton county a quarter of a cen
tury, and was well and favorably
known in Maywood, Sonneby and
Foley. Interment was in a cemetery
Harold and Thomas Caley arrived
home last week from the east, where
they have been attending school.
The former is a student at Harvard
2 [university at Cambridge, Mass., and
the latter has been, attending
Phillips-Exeter academy at Exeter,
New Hampshire. The young men
will pass a well earned summer
vacation at their home here.
Jay Smith was a Minneapolis visi
tor last Tuesday.
For sale, 700 bushels of good oats.
Call on P. J. Wikeen. 27-ltc
Nathan Peterson was a passenger
to Minneapolis Monday morning.
Harold Chapman arrived here from
St. Cloud Tuesday evening to visit
Spinach for sale at the Princeton
Greenhouse. Tri-State 290. Will
Don't forget Uncle Tom's Cabin,
here under monster tents. Friday,
June 25. Adv.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
will meet with Mrs C. Larson next
The M. E. Ladies' Aid society
will hold a food sale at the Ludden
building next Saturday.
Alfred Almgren of Page trans
acted business at Princeton last
Tuesday, and called at this office.
Archie Jones has purchased a Ford
automobile, and is rapidly master
ing the intricacies of its mechanism.
For photos of quality and likeness
go to Payette's studio. Open every
day in the year,
Main street, Prince-
Frank and Earl Henschel motored
over to St. Cloud last Tuesday and
report the roads to be in fine con
Rev. E. B. Service will deliver the
memorial sermon to the odd Fellows
at the Methodist church next Sun
Mr and Mrs. H. Newbert and
Mrs. A. W. Kenfield autoed up to
Mora yesterday, and visited relatives
Rev. Samuel Johnson will conduct
services at the tchool house in dis
trict 10. in Baldwin, Sherburne
county, next Sunday evening. The
public is invited.
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Cooney and
son, Chester, and Mr. and Mrs. O.
B. Randall were among those from
here who "took in" the circus at
Various of the business places of
Princeton will close on Monday, July
5. as the Fourth will be generally
observed upon that day. See an
Miss Lorine Schlegel returned to
Minneapolis Monday after a week's
visit here with relatives. She will
attend teachers' training school dur
ing the summer months.
The Farmers' creamery will be
closed on Monday, July 5, and
patrons of the creamery should
arrange to deliver their cream on
Friday and Saturday, so as to keep it
New advertisements appear in this
issue of the Union for the following:
Orton & Kaliher, C. A. Jack Drug
Co.. J. H. Hoffman. Knut&en &
Bemis and L. T. Peterson. Read
Sylvan Sheets of the Foreston In
dependent came down to Princeton
last Tuesday with the election re
turns of that village, and then went
on to Green lake to try his hand at
Rev. R. J. Watson of Glyndon ar
rived here Monday and will assist
Rev. Samuel Johnson of the Con
gregational church. Rev. Watson
will occupy the Congregational pulpit
next Sunday evening.
Fred Scalberg and Eugene Boyn
are having a brick garage building
erected on the lot directly north of
the site of the Scalberg barn that
was recently destroyed by fire The
dimensions of the building will be
50 feet by 80 feet. Work started last
County Superintendent Ewing in
forms us that Harvey Smith of
Woodward Brook won the essay con
test to determine who would repre
sent Mille Lacs county at the farm
boys' encampment at the state fair.
Edward Talen. also of Woodward
Brook was awarded second place,
and Oscar Lundberg of Milaca third.
Jess and Albert Angstman arrived
here from Montana last evening,
and will visit relatives and friends
in this vicinity for a time. Both of
them are doing well in the west
a which will be pleasing news to their
numerous friends here. Albert
practicing law at Helena, and Jess
has charge of the government land
office at Harlem.
Dr. and Mrs. D. A. McRae and
little daughter returned last Tues
day evening from a two weeks' auto
tour through southern Minnesota.
Northfield, FaribauJt, Mankato,
Sleepy Eye, Springfield and Redwood
Falls were among the places visited,
and a very enjoyable time was bad.
Mr. McRae reports that crop condi
tions in southern' Minnesota are
about the same as here. Corn is
very backward there, while small
grain is looking good. He is of the
opinion that that portion of the
state has had more rain than- this.^
The Woodward Brook Farmers'
:lu will hold a picnic on Monday,
July 5, in the Leo Peters grove, sec
tion 33, Bogus Brook. An interest
ing program, including abase ball
game and numerous races, has been
prepared for the occasion. Refresh
ments will be served. Everybody
Some splendid work has been done
on the state road running from
Princeton to St. Cloud in Benton
county. The man who has charge of
the state road crew in Benton
county, Mr. Osterberg, certainly un
derstands his business. In another
year this road will be in excellent
condition from Princeton to the
Rev. Rem of Milaca is away on a
vacation, consequently the services
which he was to conduct in the
Orrock and Fremont synod churches
on June 27, will be postponed. There
will be services on Sunday, July 11,
at 10:30 a. m., in Orrock, and at 3
p. m. in Fremont. Parocbial school
with Miss Tyssen as teacher will be
gin in Orrock on Monday, June 28.
Charles A. Dickey was the victim
of a most enjoyable surprise last
Thursday evening, when about thir
ty relatives and friends congregated
at the Dickey residence and helped
him to properly observe the anni
versary of his birth. The time was
pleasantly passed in card playing
and social discourse, and during the
evening delectable refreshments were
served. This was Mr. Dickey's
first birthday party.
L. F. Wilkes, Dr. Mallette and
S. P. Skahen played ball at St.
Cloud last Sunday with the Elks
nine when it opposed the Blommer
Guthman aggregation of that city.
The latter nine won by a score of 9
to 8. Wilkes and Skahen did the
battery work for the Elks, and both
performed in a truly creditable man
ner, but several costly errors were
made by their team mates in the
latter stages of the game.
Mr. M. J. Cleveland, assistant
state engineer, will hereafter super
vise the work of constructing and
improving state roads in Mille Lacs
as well as Benton county. The two
counties will form his district. Mr.
Cleveland will have his hands full
he will have few idle moments dur
ing the road-building season. The
decrease in the appropriation for the
maintenance of the engineering corps
employed by the state highway com
mission necessitates the doubling up
Under the direct supervision of
Louis Solberg a mighty good piece
of work has been done on state road
No. 1, north of the village. The
three hills on this road north of
John Boyn's residence have been cut
down, several heavy fills have been
made and the roadbed has been wid
ened. Next year when this stretch
of road is gravelled it will be in fine
condition. This is the shortest road
to Milaca and Mille Lacs lake and
will soon be one of the main tra
veled thoroughfares of the state.
Mr. Lawrence Schanhaar of Prince
ton and Miss Mary Magdalene
Frese of Breckenridge were united
in marriage at St. Mary's church of
the latter place last Tuesday morn
ing. Rev. Fr. Gumper performed the
ceremony and numerous relatives
and friends were in attendance. The
groom, who recently purchased the
Electric Shoe Hospital here, has
made numerous friends during the
short time he has been a resident
of this village, and all wish him and
his bride a wedded life of happiness.
Our bankruDt shoe sale has opened
with a big successwe delivered the
goods we advertised. We will have
plenty of great values left. We can
save you from 50 cents to $1.50 on
each pair of shoes or slippers you
purchase here, and we can save you
from $5 to $10 on each suit of
clothes In fact we can save you
money on everything we have in the
store, and all we ask is an oppor
tunity to prove the truth of these
assertions. Come in and see the
goods. You will be convinced.
Marks Great Bargain Store. 27-ltc
A big 4th of July celebration
will be held at Christine Westling's
place at .Green lake on Monday,
Jul 5. A game between
Isanti- an will be one of the fea
tures, and an admission fee of 25 cents
will be charged for the game. Pot
ter's orchestra of Minneapolis will
furnish the music for a big bowery
dance, which will start immediately
after the ball game. Ten cents a
dance will be charged until 9 p. m.,
when tickets will be sold for $1.
Spectators 25 cents. Lunches will
be served at the" stand. Everybody
is invited to spend tbe 4th at Green
FDR DATES B60*
HTHE way to celebrate the
Fourth and do it right is
to be well dressed. In order to
g meet the demand we have put
gp forth special effort to pick out
S good and useful clothes for the
5T young and old. We are offering
g the finest line of suits ever
8~ Men's Suits from
$7.50 to $20.00
s g Boys' Suits from
I $1.75 to $7.50
Everything in Shirts, Hats, Suit
Cases, Gloves, Umbrellas, Un
derwear, Socks, Neckties, etc.
The latest designs and models.
W Prices to Suit Everybody
Money to Loan
on Improved Farms
Liberal Amounts Lowest Rates
ROBT. H. KING
Fifteen Sheperds of the Brother
hood of David passed an enjoyable
week in camp at Elk lake last week.
Fishing, boating and athletic sports
mere indulged in, and in the latter
features Chester Cooney and Johnnie
.Neely distinguished themselves. The
boys succeeded in catching a goodly
number of fish, and their conduct
was excellent. S. Johnson (Nathan.)
(Orton & Kaliherl
The Home of Good Clothes 3
PRINCETON MINNESOTA 3
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Ball Bearings, All Gears Enclosed, Oil
Chamber on Pitman, Finger Bar and
Knife Back of Cold Rolled Steel, Long
Wearing Plates, Under Draft, a Powerful
Foot Lift, and Four Pawl Ratchets Which
Operate the Knife the Minute the Wheels
Begin to Turn. ^f
Caley Hdw. Co.
The quotations hereunder are"fhose
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to presB:
Russets 20c to 22c
GRAIN, HAY, ETC.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern. 1.13
Wheat, No. 2 Northern 08
Wheat, No. 3 Northern lioi
Beans, hand picked email@example.com
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Fat beeves, per* ~..3c@5e
Bogs, percwt. $6.00
Sheep, per ft 4e@6e
Hens, old, per ft 8c@l0c
Springers, per ft lot