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George I. Staples la the enly pereon who la
thoriced to collect money due thia office. In
very caae the party paying money ia entitled
and ahould insist upon receiving a printed
receipt. MRS. R. C. DUNN. Publisher.
WantedAt the Northwestern hos
pital, pupil nurses. 20-tfc
Kim & Nyland have closed
tent campaign Princeton.
Ball games at fair grounds
Sunday and Monday afternoons.
George Ross motored to Red Wm?
on Monday and returned with his wife
and family, who were visiting rela
Mr. and Mrs. O. A Wikeen left last
week for Pompey Pillar, Mont., where
Mr. Wikeen will have change of a
Today decides tomorrow. Then why
not decide today to take a course in
the Mankato Commercial College,
Mankato, Minn. 28-lc
L. E. Richmond, papcrhanger. lp
You will find Dan Spaulding outside
of Alfred Melin's store every Wednes
day and Saturday with a fine selec
tion of fresh vegetables. Patronize
July Fourth celebration in P. H.
Stay's park, Glendorado. Refresh
ments and big dance in Herbert Stay's
new barn (34 by 70) in evening. All
-cordially invited. 28-lp
A couple of cars were racing out in
"Greenbush on Sunday* with the result
that one of thema flivverturned
turtle and was demoralized. No one
sustained any serious injury.
Late plantings of beans, lettuce,
carrots and beets may be made now.
Carrots and beets planted now will be
of much better quality for winter
storage than those planted early.
Is extended to all to celebrate
July 4th at Princeton
All plans for the best and largest
celebration are complete. All sports,
races and stunts -will be pulled ^f as
advertised. Your comforts and pleasure
have been looked after, and we urge
you to come and spend a day of pleasure
and fun in Princeton.
C. A. Jack Drug Co.
Get ready to participate in a grand
and glorious celebration in Princeton
on July 4.
Ice cream social at Fred Wesloh'.
Greenbush, tomorrow evening, July 1.
Reu'ben Bjork and family returned
home on Sunday from a motor
E. C. Thompson of Minneapolis was
in Princeton on Friday and favored
the Union with a call.
Dr. C. G. Salt of St. Mary's hospi
tal, Minneapolis,, will take over the
late Dr. Arimtage's practice on July 2.
Fred Warner, one of the prosperous
farmers of Milo township, was among
the visitors at the Union office on Fri
Don't miss that ball game between
the Foley bandits and Fred Manke's
desperadoes at the fair grounds next
Sunday afternoon. These teams sviJl
also play next Monday at the same
Miss Nina Eleanor Levine, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Levine
of Princeton township, was married at
Glendr'e, Mont., on June 20, to Elvin
Bopp They will make their home at
Mr. and Mrs E Bergman went
to Mmneanolis last week to attend
the funoral of Mrs. Bergman's broth
er, A. J. Hokenson. Mr. Hokenson
was a member of the American Securi
ty Investment society of Minneapolis.
Reports from the surrounding terri
tory are to the effect that the crops
have suffered greatly from the ex
tremely hot weather and lack of rain.
Crops on sandy soil have suffered the
most and in some sections are almost
Odm Henry Odegard was very anx
ious to make some stiff bets on the
game last Sundayin favor of Piince
ton, of coursebut could not e,et any
takers for his wad. Odin is a real
sportalways ready to bet on his
L. E. Richmond, painter, first house
north of R. D. Byers', north side, lp
WantedBarley, eats, corn and off
grade wheat. Henschel's Feed store,
Silas Crockett and wife of Elk River
were guests of Mrs. Viola Bronchaud
Mrs. Viola Branchaud and daughter
were visiting relatives in Elk River
Anton Hedstrom, Esther Meyer and
^sister, Ida, were vi=itmg in Minneap
olis on Tuesday.
Bring your old potatoes to my ware
house this week or next and I will buy
them. T. F. Scheen. 28-lc
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Stine and Miss
Genevieve Nelson of Minneapolis are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nelson.
An admission fee of 50 cents to the
fair grounds on July 4 will include
both the ball game and boxing match.
Fritz Larson, buttermaker at Dalbo
creamery, and wife were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Richiger on Tues
Slide out of bed early Monday morn
ing or the earth vibrations from Bill
Caley's dynamite gun will jar you
Farmers having old potatoes for
sale may dispose of them this week
and next at T. F. Schocn's ware
Percy Pearson of St. Paul was a
guest of the Don Sausser family from
Saturday of last week to Wednesday
The list of names of thosa who
contributed cash for the Fourth of
July celebration will be published in
next week's Union.
A number of Masons from Lind
sarom were here last night as guests
of Fraternal lodge No. 92. The third
degree was worked.
That little fellow, "Johnnie," who
will lead the orchestra at the armory
on Monday, is some pippinsome
character. Just size him up.
So that his premises may look
spick and span on the Fourth Bill
Ross is having his house painted and
Bill Thomas is doing a fine job.
The M. E. Ladies' Aid society of
Greenbush will serve ice cream and
cake at the home of Fred Wesloh on
Friday evening, July 1. You are in
Don't fail to see the Hon. S. E
Vandevanter try to catch that greased
pig on July 4 and George Ross climb
the greasy pole, while Bill Thomas
gives them the merry Ha! Ha!
It wouldn't be a bad idea to have
the weeds and grass on the Congrega
tional church grounds mowed before
the Fourth, and the court house
grounds should also receive attention.
Cut the weeds upon and adjacent to
your premises before the Fourth of
July. Show the visitors that you are
not negligent. Take pride in your
home town. Go to it, brethren! A lit
tle exercise will do you good.
The Princeton power house has
started up and electric light is being
furnished therefrom to this village and
Zimmerman during the time altera
tions are being made on the line be
tween Zimmercan and Elk River.
You can't afford to miss the hall
games on Sunday and Monday. I^is
not expected, of course, that Foley
will win, hut you can never tell what
those Corkonians will do. They are
as slippery as an ecl in a hucket of
Did you ever see a real Scotch bag
piper? If not you may see a bunch
of them on Monday. You will note
they are right in the height of style
but that they wear weights to keep
their short dresses (or rather kilts)
from being disorganized by the breeze
and blowing over their heads.
Charley Ross and Nels Nelson are
at Buffalo this week erecting a build
ing which L. E. Bergman is putting
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, will
be in town on Tuesday, July 19. Eyes
examined and glasses fitted. Office
at Merchants' hotel. 2-tfc
A meeting will be held at the arm
ory tonight for the purpose of lining
up clowns for the Fourth of July pa
rade. By order of Bert Mark, clown
Word was received this morning
that Charles Gaulier, an old resident
of Blue Hill, died last night. For
many years he had suffered from a
cancer in his neck.
Julius Yngve, formerly of the
Princeton Union force, leaves Minne
apolis today for Thermopolis, Wyo.,
where he has secured a position in a
printing office. His Princeton friends
wish him success.
W. H. Ronald, who has been em
ployed in the mechanical department
of theA Minneapolis Journal for the
past 35 years, called on the Union
force this morning. Mr. Ronald is
taking a vacation and he and his wife
have been viewing the picturesque
scenery of the lake country.
The torridity for the past two weeks
has been terrific, the mercury flirting
with the 100 notch daily, and the
weather man gives no promise of re
lief. Some astronomers attribute the
heat to Winnecke's comet, but from
whatever source it comes we know it
is here auVright. Gee, 'tis hot!
Bert Mark's bunch of clowns, con
sisting of micks from auld Oireland,
dagoes from Italia, frogeaters from
gay Paree, stockfish epicures from
Scandinavia, wild men from Borneo,
cannibals from the Fiji islands, moon
shiners from South St. Paul, aborigines
from the White Earth reservation and
donkeys from Jerusulem will be worth
traveling miles to see on the Fourth
The South Harbor Farm Bureau
unit and the Farmers' !ub will give a
picnic at Cove on Friday, July 15.
County Agent Hammar?ren will be
present and Mr. Olmscead from Uni
versity farm. A short program will
be presented. Everyone is invited to
spend the dav on thr *\ore of Mill0
Lacs lake. Take your luncheon an-i
go forth for an enj yabf day's rusti
Children under 16 years of age may
often be seen driving cars on the
streets of Princeton coiurrry to law
in fact, if vou keep your eyes open,
pmi will see kids of 10 and 12 at the
wheels of machines. Of course the
marshal cpnnot be at all pi* ces in the
same period of tim\ btK it is neces
sary to pu+ a stop to oi is pr*CL*ce in
order to prevent accidents, fcr chil
dren are irresponsible.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cook and family
and George Cook returned home on
Wednesday evening, after spending a
couple of days with their friends at
Leven Anderson called on Elmer
Hanson on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Redding, Miss Edith Carlson
and Elvira Nelson visited Miss Hilda
Nelson on Thursday afternoon.
Miss Clara Denison called on Miss
Sophie Wager on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Almlie called on Mrs. Henry
Ryberg on Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shapansky and
family, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Lind, Ed.
Nelson and Frankie Beden spent Tues
day evening at the Sandquist home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wager and fam
ily visited at the Denison home on
Mrs. Murray spent Thursday and
Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer
Miss Marie Nelson and Olga Pear
son called on Abbie Cook on Thurs
August Larson of Maywood passed
awav at the home of his son on Wed
nesday evening. Funeral services
were held at the Free Mission church
on Friday afternoon.
Per Nelson, Mr. Eckery and Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Larson made a trip to St.
Cloud on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Almlie and daughters,
Lillian and Mollie, attended the con
firmation in the Lutheran church in
Milaca on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bemis and fam
ily visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crook
Ed and Kate Nelson of Princeton
spent Sunday at the Sandquist home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson called
at the Joe Shapansky home on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Murray spent Sunday
7 A M. to 9 M.
Dinner served from
12 M. to 2 M.
Supper served from
6 M. to 8 P. M.
'Lunches at all hours.
J. F. RICHIGER, Prop.
T||B PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, JUNE' 30, 19^1
with their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Larson.
Miss Ida Ford called on Miss Clara
Denison on Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shapansky and
family and Eric Olson spent Sunday
evening at the F. Erickson home.
Rev. and Mrs. Mattock of Oak Park
took supper with Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Bachelor on Sunday.
A Word for Jude Johnson.
We wish to say a kind word for
Jude Johnson: He is not one of those
hypocrites who have beautiful front
yards and very dirty and unsightly
back yards. His front yard is every
bit as dirty as his back yard.Atchin
I hereby give notice that any per
son found shooting birds cr bathing
in Rum river or other public places in
the nude will be arrested, brought be
fore a justice of the peace and fined
or sent to jail in accordance with law.
I also give notice that boys or girls
under 16 years of age found driving
automobiles will also be arrested. I
am determined to put a stop to these
infringements of the law.
27-2c Village Marshal.
On and after July 2, Dr. C. G. Salt
of St. Mary's hospital, Minneapolis,
will continue the practice of the late
T. L. Armitage in the offices one door
east of the drug store. Dr. Salt comes
to Princeton with high recommenda
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that T. F. Scheen,
financier of Espey lodge No. 193, A.
O. U. W., of Princeton, paid me the
$2,000 insurance carried in that order
by my late husband, Dr. T. L. Armi
tage, this 29th day of June, 26 days
after his death.
28-lc Mrs. Margaret T. Armitage.
Store Closed All
Day July 4.
We have Flags, Bunting
and Decorations for the big
celebration on the 4th.
The Guardian ot Quality
bleached muslin, special
this week and next 16c yd.
We will sell you enough
material fnr your summer
dress for $1.75, forty pat
terns to ehoose from.
Splendid values in fibre
and silk hose for the Ladies
just received, i We have
them in brown, black and
white and the range in price
from $1.00 to $2.00 a pair.
One lot Embroidery, width
up to 3 inches and worth up
to 25 eents, at 10c a yard.
Wash skirts, this season's
best styles. The materials
are Gabardine and washable
Satin. Prices range from
$2.85 to $6.00.
Children's slips that are
worth $1.50 for 78c while
Small boys' white wash
able Middy Suits, sizes 3 to
7 years, priced at $1.00*
Ladies' white muslin
drawers, very nicely trim
med with embroidery and
lace they are worth up to
$2.25, your own choice at
We have a lot of men's
and boys' underwear that
you can buy at half price.
The lot contains union suits
as well as the separate
Let us show you the Mara
thon Washable Flexyde,
Walrus Grain Belts. They
wear forever and do not get
out of shape. The brown,
black and gray ones cost 75c
to $2.00 each and have a
New styles in soft collars.
The Ivory Summer Gar
ters in all colors are 50c.
Nice, large, juicy Lemons
60c per dozen.
Household Fruit Nectar,
a bottle that will make 8
quarts, all flavors for 35c.
Princeton Leader Coffee
is true to its name, can't be
beat anywhere near for 28c
Santa Claus, the old re
liable soap, 6 bars 25c.
Quality Macaroni, Spa
ghetti, Kra-Me-Kuts, three
packages for 25c.
Domino, the pure sugar
syrup, large pail 75c.
Mowers and Rakes
Built by the great State of Minnesota.
Low in price yet built of the
Smooth running, easily operated, light
draft, full roller bearing.
CALEY HARDWARE CO.
I LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS
The quotations- hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
WheatNo. 1 $1-23
WheatNo. 2* $1-18
WheatNo. 3* $1.08
WheatNov 5 86c
Flax $1.48 $1.62
Rye 97c $1.00
(These prices are subject to change
at any time.)
Pat Beeves, per' lb- $e 5e
Calves, per lb 5e 7c
Hogs, per cwt $7.00 $fr.00
Hens per lb 14c
Sheep, per lb 5c 7c
Yo ur Films
Bring them to us for
printing and developing.
A First National attraction starring Mildred Harris. Shall we pity
or blame the girl who made luxury a habit? Not just a drama, not
just a romance, but both, and a glorious style show a* well. Matinee,
10 and 20 cents evening, 15 and 25 cents plus war tax.
MONDAY"NINETEEN AND PHYLLIS"
First National attraction starring Charles Ray. Ray's best comedy.
It's human and humorous, chock full of chuckle and alive with laughs.
Matinee and evening, 15 and 25 cents plus war tax.
/Episodes 11 and 12. Comedy. Matinee, 10 cents evening, 10 and 15
cents plus war tax.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY"DYNAMITE ALLEN"
A Fox feature starring George Walsh. The story, written especially
for George Walsh by Thomas F. Mallon, deals with life in the mining
regions of Pennsylvania. Fox News. Matinee, 10 and 15 cents even-
ing, 10 and 20 cents plus war tax.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"LUCK IN PAWN"
A Paramount-Artcraft Picture starring Marguerite Clark. A photo-
plry crammed to the brim with fun, love and Excitement. One reel
Educational. Matinee, 10 and 15 cents evening, 10 and 20 cents
plus war tax.
Sunday matinee at 3 p. m. week days at 2:30 p. m.
Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, evening shows at 7:30 and 9.
Other evenings, one show at 8.
You Will Want
IC E CREAM
For the Fourth of July trade and
family picnic parties.
Send in your orders early.
Webster celebrated FLY OIL $1.25 a
gallon. Will save you many times the
price of it in milk. Give your cattle a
rest by spraying with Webster's FLY
Fly swatters and other catchers and
We are showing a nifty
line of children's, girls' and
ladies' hats, suitable for the
season and just what you
need to keep cool in on the
Fourth. A large assortment to pick from,
making liberal reductions in millinery.
Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords
Oxfords are very popular this season and we
have anticipated your wants in this line and have laid
in a good supply. These oxfords are good and we
stand back of every pair. They are cheap because
we did not put on much profit. Prices from
$3.25 to $6.35.
Our Notion Department is full of gems and we
are always on the watch for nifty things that will
ADNA J. 0RT0N
Dry Goods, Shoes, Millinery and Notions.