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-m A Of Interest
Mrs. Geo. Newbert, of Mora, is visit
ing with her parents tm week.
"Wm. Reichiou has about completed
his new house in Damon's addition.
A new line of sample shoes at
R. D. BYERS"
FOR RENTA good barn for rent at
reasonable prices. Apply at this of
The Congregational Parsonage is
being given a new coat of paint this
FARM WANTEDSend full partic
ulars, price etc.-at once. A. H. Russell,
Akron, O. tf
Mrs. Warren Vose. of West Super
ior is visiting relatives in Princeton
A. R. Keddell is located on the lot
east of the UNION office with his
E. N. Best, of Minneapolis, was
transacting business at the court house
the last of the week
R. C. Dunn, who has been verv ill
for the past three weeks, is reported to
be slowly improving.
Sheriff Claggett spent several days
at Mille Lacs lake last week collect
ing personal property taxes.
D. B. Bryan, the optician, formerly
*of Cleveland, Ohio, will be at the Com
mercial hotel Tuesday, May 24.
OR SALEA two teat canopy top
carriage, good as new. Inquire of
MPS. ROSE PATTERSON.
W can save you$SS$if you will
jgonly give ute a cnance. tet our prices.
PRINCETON ROLLER MILL Co.
One of the State boiler inspectors
was here the first of the week inspect-'
ing the steam boilers of Princeton ana
Superintendent of Schools Dickey is
visiting the schools in Robbins. South
Harbor and Isle Harbor. He expects
to be gone most of the week.
There is some talk of having an early
Republican legislative convention in
this district so as to avoid the calling
of an extra county convention
Get your farm machinery repaired
now ready foi the spring work Prices
low and wo.*k guaranteed.
BUCK & CRAVEN S.
Dr. Tarbox was up to Holyoke last
week trout fashing. was quite suc
cessful and brought back over a hun
dred, with which he generously sup
plied his friends
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Cravens visited
with relatives in Princeton Sunday.
Fay says that Milaca's volunteer com
pany is ready to go to the front when a
second call is made.
Peter Morneau returned from North
Dakota, Friday, where he has been
employed for the past year. He will
visit relatives for a few days before re
turning to the west.
FOR SALE A ONCETWO corner lots
$300: three-room house and large lot
8225, combined only $500 if sold at
once. MRS. A. D. FOLSOM,
The village council is having some
of the bad places on the streets,
leveled and graded, and will put in
cros3 walks on several of the streets
where they are worn out and are badly
The entertainment given by the I.
O. G. T. lodge and the W. C. T. U. at
the Congregational church Friday
evening drew a large audience, who
enjoyed the most excellent literary and
musical program which was rendered.
Several of the boys of company M,
among whom were Capt. Patterson,
Sergeants D. W Spaulding, Claire
Caley, Everett Southard, Corporals
Chas. Sinclair, A. W Kelley, Artificer
Bert Wetsel, and private Sewell Ham
ilton, were home the last of the week.
Half a cent buys enough
gj^/b/- Two Coats on one
To investigate our prices on Paints, Oils and
Varnishes before buying. Remember we guar=
antee the quality of everything we handle to
be the best. Call and see us.
WANTEDFarm loans at Bank of
Princeton. J. L. BRAD Y, Pres.
$6.00 boards at Foley-Bean Lumber
Assessor VanAlstein commenced his
duties Monday morning.
Remember Pier&on's grand clearing
out sale Saturday, May 21.
square foot of surface.
S^. A KT/atrt-
C. A. JACK'S PIONEER DRUG STORE.
MONEY to loan on improved
farms. M. S. RUTHERFORD,
Plow and wagon repairing done
cheaper than elsewhere in town. All
work guaranteed. BUCK & CRAVENS.
E\erybody invited to examine the
finest line of gents and boys'1
ever brougct to Princeton, also wall
paper, etc., etc. No trouble to show
goods and prices at Byers*.
Dressma'king and all kinds of sewing
done by Miss Bessie Olson-,
house now occupied by Mrs. Woodman.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Patronage
The Ameracan Business College,
Omaha. Neb., offers a complete course
of instruction in bookkeeping and com
mercial arithmetic free of tuition. To
avail yourself of this offer is the same
as accepting a present of $50.
If you wish to secure enrollment as a
free student in the mail department
of the American Business College,
Omaha, Neb send in your application
at once. Their offer of free course b}7
mail will be open for a limited time
The Princeton Roller Mill company
is putting new steel roofs on their
mill and warehouse, ana otherwise im
proving the property. Th company
have enjoyed a very prosperous year,
and are now running the flour mill
night and day to supply the demand.
The farmers in this vicinity have
about comDleted planting their corn
and many are now putting in their
pototoes. The heavy lain which came
Tuesday night will be very beneficial
to the growing crops, and the pros
pects now seem to be good for an
Mrs. John A. Engstrom of east
Princeton died last Saturday, night of
cancer of the stomach, after a long and
painful sickness She was a kind
hearted christian woman, who will be
sadly missed by he- neighbors and
The ^Americag. Business^ College,
Omaha, Neb., has a card^in this issue
offering a complete business coarse by
mail free of charge. D^d you read it?
The A. B. is one of the oldest and
most iehable business colleges in the
United States and to take a course
with them means success.
A. Codj. ot Willmar, has pur
chased Jerry Bid well's house and lots
in Cater"s addition, and expects to lo
cate here permanently Mr. Cody
visited Princeton in the winter and
was so favorably impressed with the
village that he concluded to move here.
Princeton is always glad to welcome
such men as Mr Cody to her midst.
The Age learned last night that Hon.
T. R. Foley had resigned the presi
dency of the Aitkin county bank, and
disposed of his stock therein to Messrs.
Thos. H. Caley. Chas. H. Rmes and
S. S Petterson of Princeton. A meet
ing of the directors may be called to
day to elect a president. From one
source we learn that Vice-President
C. DeLaittre is the man. but Mr.
DeLaittre declines to confirm the state
The call for a Republican primary
election, for the village of Princeton,
to be held at the village hall, on the
26th day of May, at 2 o'clock P. M.. to
elect nine delegates to the Republican
County convention to be held at Milaca
on May 28. has been posted. Th town
of Princeton, outside of the village,
being in a different precinct will
hold its primary election to elect six
delegates to the same convention, at
the ofhce of the town clerk at the same
Quite a painful accident befell
Chester Ames last week. While ty
ing his cow to a post attached to a
swing, the cow jumped and loosened
a rail from the upper part of the swing,
which fell, one end striking Mr. Ames
on the head cutting a gash over an
inch and a half long. It was some
little time before Chester knew what
had struck him but when he came to
he was able to get down to the doctor's
office and have the wound sewed up.
He says his head is quite sore but that
he will be over it in a few days.
CAMP RAMSEY, May 5,1898.
To those who are owing the under
Call and settle your accounts with
Mrs. Patterson at once. Owing to the
circumstances all accounts must be
closed. A strictly cash business from
now on. Goods will be sold at prices
that will be an object for you to buy of
I am as ever,
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IIAhUMyWim II Willi! ,mn in
Ladies Fine Shoes, Preach Md, soft and plia
ble turned soles, leather and patent tips, latest
shapes and cuts vesting and plain tops, B,
and E widths worth S3 to 85, sale price
$2.25 tO $3.25.
Ladies' and Misses' Shoes light and mediom
weights, school shoes and grain shoes all prices
Every pair a bargain
Children shoes in all weights and qualities.
Pretty shapes and startling prices.
To call the attention of buyers specially to
this department which we have lately replen
ished with new goods we offer a beautiful dec
orated pattern table dishes at the price of
common white ware. This is strictly a special
price and a bargain that once seen will be
appreciated. Buy quickly and be in on this big
Dr. F. L. Small, resident dentist,
Ladies should use Glycerole for their
fine shoe~. A 25c bottle for 15 cents
or one bottle given away with, every
S2 purchase at Hedin's.
Fred Corey received the appointment
as postmaster Sunday night, and will
take possession as soon as his bond is
approved. Postmaster Ldbby received
a handsome letter complimenting him
on the conduct of the office during his
incumbency and hoping he will regain
his health.Elk River Star-Neves.
In less than two hours Monday, Mrs.
H. Rines and Mrs. T. Caley suc
ceed in raising a purse of about $350
among the people of the village, to
send the boys of Company before
their departure for Chickamauga.
The people of Princeton will always
be found ready to help the boys who
have gone to the front whenever any
assistance Is needed.
Memorial services will be held at the
Opera House, Sunday evening, May
29. Rev. Roberts will preach the ser
mon and Rev. C. D. Moore will assist.
The members of Wallace Rines G. A.
R. Post, will attend in a body, also the
Sons of Veterans, L. A. S. and the
different fraternal societies of the vil
lage. Memorial Day, Monday, May
30, will be observed in the usual man
ner. It is not yet known who the
speaker will be, but arrangements will
be made and the program published
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO I
LUCAS COUNTY, "J-ss.
WU*trmwMintim*mHm .m i.n. ntu
Men's Pine Shoes, bulldog,
round com and plain toes, black
tan and brown in patent leather
enamel, box calf and dongolas
othji ever shown in Princeton
will equal them All positively
new and worth from 83.03 to 85 00
$1.50 to $2.75.
Men's Pine Shoes, all shapes
and grades, single and double
soles Good fitters, worth 51 50
to S3.ua Sale price
90c to $2.00.
Big bargains in Men's Grain
Farm and Plow Shoes. Every
pair a wearer and a fitter, well
made and solid shoes Our prices
will close them out quick Save
money by buying a pair of these
Boys' Shoes in
Fine and Gram
goods. These we
do not have all
sizes if we fit you,
you 11 save 25 per
cent on your pur-
Big Store," and if you want to buy goods right, go to
FRA KK CHENEY makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of J. CHEN EY &
Co.. doing- business in the City of Toledo
County and State aforesaid, and taiat said firm
win pay the sum of ONE HTINDBED DOL-
LAES for each and every case of CATARRH that
cannot be cured by the use of HAWS CATARRH
CUBE. FKAJSK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed my
presence this 6th day of December, A. 1886.
1 A. W. GT/BASON,
I v~ 1 Notary Public
Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on flie blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. for testimonial,s free,
& CO. Toledo O.
^^Sold by Druggists, 75c.^ ~--J
I will be in Princeton with my photo
ca^- 'till the oth of June. Comebring
yoar wife, sister, children, mother,
sweet heart, or the whole family.
Rates reasonable. Call and get my
prices. Ail work finished the car,
on First street, next door to UNION of
fice. A. R. KEDDELL.
E. M. Farnham is home for a few
days from Pelican Rapids. Otter Tail
county, where his new brick yard is
located. Mr. Farnham says he has an
excellent location for the manufacture
of brick, and expects to turn out be
tween four and five million during the
summer, having over half a million
now in dry sheds. says that the
demand for these brick is good and
that he will have a ready sale for all
he can make.
This is Worth Reading
To advertise our Coll ^ge we will give
a thorough course of instruction in
double and single entry bookkeeping
and commercial arithmetic by mail
free of charge to a limited number of
persons. This course will be com
pleted in forty lessons. No charge for
Diplomas. Text books furnished at
less that one-half the price charged by
other schools. Apply at once and
name this paper when you write. Ad
dress: The American Business Col
lege, Omaha, Nebraska.
Several of Princeton's lovers of the
Grand Opera went to Minneapolis Sat
urday evening to hear that brilliant
opera "Triviata," in Italian, in which
Violetta is sung by Melba, the great
prima dona. ''Triviata," as it is gen
erally known, is a musical setting to
the story of *'Camille" and as sung by
Melba this opera is very interesting.
Her voice as she sings is exquisite in
tone, brilliant and dazzling, with such
purity, color and shading that one who
listens is fascinated indeed. Among
those in attendance from Princeton
were, Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Cooney, Mrs.
R. F. McClellan, Mrs. C. Head and
son Nat, Miss Munz, E. D. Claggett,
M. S. Rutherford, L. S. Brlggs,
Shoe prices almost cut two! A list of shoe bargains for every shoebut buyer. Hundreds of
Spring Cape Boomer. Skirt Boomers.
TVe have without doubt the best
and most complete stock of cloth
ing ever brought to Princeton.
TVe have made a special effort this
season to make this our most prof
itable department, and to -do this
we must -sell the goods and sell V.
them ri*jht. Ou gentlemen's furnishing department is better than
ever before and contains many spring novelties in shirts, ties, suspend-
ers underwear, etc., that have never" been shown here before. Our _____
children's furnishing and clothing department is better stocked than ever before and the inducements we offer will delio-ht the moth-
ers when thev see how well we dress their boys for a little money. In order to hustle sales in our clothing department bio- dis-
counts will be given buyers. A neat appearing suit worn upon the street is our best advertisementin other words we pay you to
advertise for us. Suits for everybody: Business suit*, farm suits, working suits and dress suits at department store price* KeeFn
your eye on the
Capes and Jackets from Eastern manufactur
ers and we offer them at Eastern prices, and as
a special inducement we will give early buvers
a special large discount from regular prices'
1 THE JESMER DEPARTHENT ST
P*** Positive bargain! No old shelf worn stuff shoes strictly up
to date every particular. All new spring and summer samples and in the latest toes and lasts.
SOME OF OUR SAMPLE SHOE PRICES:
We cannot enumerate ail the good things this Shoe Sale places within your reach. You
must see them to understand their values. Every pair is a good investment. Our name
stands behind every pair sold. We cannot guarantee to give you a pair just like vour neiffh=
bor has bought for most of the shoes run only one pair of a kind, but in some instances
there are several pairs alike. If you have ever bought sample shoes you can appreciate
sample shoe prices, if not now is the time to learn values. See the Shoestell others
Ladies Skirts black brocade, silk3
and wash goods As a special induce
ment to move'some of our black skirts
quickly we will sell our
Black Skirts at
Black Skirts at.
To induce buyers special prices
will be offered on our big stock
which already are specimens of a
department store close selling
We cannot enumerate prices for
want of space, but will show you the
goods and give you our prices if you
will give us the opportunity We
can sell you a first class hat
If you want good bargains in ladies
and misses' jackets, prints, shoes etc.
Don't miss Pierson's sale May 21st.
Milaca and Princeton crossed bats at
the fair grounds Sunday, the game re
sulting in a score of IT to 14 in favor of
Princeton. Those who attended, say
that it was quite an exciting game but
full of errors on both sides. Milaca
having the advantage during the first
five innings, but falling down during
the last part of the game. Sliver Pratt
did excellent work in the box and had
he received the proper support, Mila
ca would not have got as many
scores as she did. Th return game
will be played at Milaca in a week or
School Keport in District :Vo. 4.
The following is the report of the
Greenbush school in district No. 4,
for the month ending April 29: Num
ber of pupils enrolled, 50. Number of
days taught. 20. Total attendance in
days by all scholars 717. Average
daily attendance, 36. Those neither
absent nor tardy during the month
are: Alex Burke, Rosa Burke, Joseph
Burke, Percy Bemis. Albert Bemis,
Jennie Olson, Carl Tentz, Gracie and
Nickie Thomas. Those absent not
more than one day are: Nelson Agen,
Mary Burke, Nora Erickson, Charles
Home, Hilda Nelson, Bennie Olson,
Axel and George Peterson.
MILLIE DUNKEN, Teacher.
Your hair can be saved. Beggs'
Hair Renewer will do it as it acts
directly on the scalp and hair follicles.
The effect is wonderful and permanent.
Sold by McCuaig & Danielson,
lot For Sale.
Lot 9, block 10, Main street, original
town sight of Princeton for sale. For.
particulars enquire of
Advance Sale of Ladies' Oxford Ties
3 doz. pairs ladies tan Oxfords sizes
MRS. MAKY NEWTON.
Machine Agents, anyona
honest and willing to hustle, we will pay good
wages and give steady employment. With our
facilities and personal help any man fully alive
and willing to work can win a paying position
with us. Apply quick, stating age.
Nurserymen, Seedsmen & Florists,
St. Paul, Minn
3 to worth up to 5150 sale price
3 doz. prs. ladies black Oxfords sizes
3 to 7, worth up to SI 50 sale price
3 doz prs ladies black and tan Oxfords new
shapes worth up to 2 50 our sale prices
$1.25 and $1.50.
The Sore I^a Grippe Care.
There is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady if you will only get
the right remedy. You are having
pain all through your body, your liver
i out of order, have no appetite, no
life or ambition, have a bad cold, in
fact are completely used up. Electric
Bitters are the only remedy that will
give you prompt and sure relief. They
act directly on your Liver. Stomach
and Kidneys, tone up the whole system
and make you feel like a new being.
They are guaranteed to cure or price
refunded. For sale at McCuaig &
Danielson's Drug Store, only 50 cents
Th at CAN be walked on.
Many so-called floor
paints won't stand
SPECIAL FLOOR PAINT
Is made forfloorsand
nothing else.- It is
made to walk on and
stand being walked
on. Color cards for