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i Season is on.
T various sources.
l^i Of Interest
George I. Staples is the only peMbn^who-is
authorized to collect money due this office. In
every case the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
receipt. R. C. DUNN, Publisher.
T. J. Warren is sick at Milaca^.
Adolph Olson, of Edith, was in the
village the first of the week.
A new line of sample shoes at
R. D. BYERS.
David Claggett left Monday evening
for a trip to the Mille Lacs lake coun
The regular meeting of the oi'der of
the Eastern Star will occur to-morrow
A. L. Weinberg came up fromGales
burg, 111., last week to remain with us
until the end of court.
Dr. F. L. Small, resident dentist, re
moved to offices in Caley building, over
Anderson's new store.
I now have an experiencedembalmer
in connection with my undertaking
business. E. A. Ross.
Frank Mudgett has been recom
mended as carrier on R. F. D. route
No. 2, vice A. B. Chadbourne, resigned.
Thomas Horan, of Milaca, who is
employed at present in Woodcock &
Oakes' saw mill, was in the village
Miss Ida Nyquist, whose recovery
was despaired of for some time, is now
improving nicely and will probably be
out again soon.
Assistant Postmaster Staples, of
Mora, spent Saturday in the village
and.found time to make the UNION
force a pleasant call.
E. W. Cundy? of Onamia, was in the
village Monday. He reports that Bert
Wetsel is doing excelleatWQr as saw
yer in the mill at Onamia.
Two choice bargains in residence
property. Also some good improved
farm property. Inquire of
M. L. CORMANY.
George Stewart and M. D. Taylor,
prominent St. Cloud attorneys, were in
the village Tuesday looking up real
estate titles ac, the register of deeds'
The Sunday school of the M. E.
church is preparing an Easter pro
gram, to be given at the church next
Sunday evening, which promises to be
a "hummer." All are invited.
The travelling library WJII. be re
moved from its present location to A.
Mark's store and Mrs. E. Mark will
have charge of it. The night has also
been changed from Tuesday to Satur
K. H. Burrell returned from attend
ing court at Anoka last Friday even
ing. The Milaca bank case had not'
reached the end then. The attorneys
were given thirty days in which to
The usual large congregation greeted
Rev. Geo. F. Wells, of St. Paul, last
Sunday evening at the M. E. church.
Mr. Wells gave a very able address
his subject was "Hatchets and Other
An expert came up from the factory
Friday and started the engine for the
Holm gasoline launch. The' machin
ery worked splendidly and excited con
siderable favorable comment from the
Ephraim E. Evans, the popular con
ductor on the Great Northern passen
ger train on this branch, should now
be addressed as colonel, having been
appointed on Gov. Van Sant's staff
with that rank.
H. B. Jesmer left yesterday morning
for his new home in Grand Rapids ac
companied by the best wishes of his
host of friends. Mrs. Jesmer will re
main in Princeton for about. a-fort
night before joining her husband.
Judge Searle missed connections at
Elk River Monday and was forced to
drive in from the junction. This de
layed matters at the courthouse some
what, but the judge pushed things on
his arrival and has kept it up through
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
TO P. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo, O.
we, the undersigned, have known P. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists Toledo
O. WALDING. KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous' sur
faces of the system. Testimonials sent free
Price 76c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
EMEMBER that we are leaders in
price, quality, and assortment of $
these goods. Call and *see for $
yourself. It will please us very
much to show our** stock even ff
you do not see fit to buy.
A.JACK. THE Druggist.
Poultry supplies at .Walker's
Capt Small spent
friends in Anoka.
Mrs. W. A. Annis is assisting at Mrs.
A. Jones millinery stored
Don't forget to attend the Easter
openmg of millinery at Miss Huff's this
Fresh milch cows and springers for
sale for cash or on time at the River
Easter sermon and communion ser
vice at the Congregational church
C. H. Gallup, of Anoka, the hustling
potato buyer, was in Princeton last
week for a short time.
Emory Norton returned from the
Mille Lacs lake pineries last week,
after an absence of five months.
After this Nelson's photo studio here
is open the first and third Saturday of
every month only. Please notice. tf
The annual- spring sale of the E.
Mark Live Stock company will occur
on Saturday, April 6. Biggest stock
A special Easter program will be
given by the Sunday school at the Con
gregational church Sunday evening.
All are invited.
Just arrived, the largest and most
complete stock of caskets in plain and
fancy colors ever brought to this vil
lage. E. A. Ross.
Those who desire citizens papers
have another opportunity to secure
them. Apply to Clerk Briggs next
Wednesday and Thursday..
Ed Hart, foreman for Tom Warren,
was in Princeton Saturday. While
here he purchased a good saddler from
the E. Mark Live Stock company.
Two choice bargains in residence
property. Also some good improved
farm property. Inquire of
M. L. CORMANY.
Owing to the engagement of the
Anoka band in this village Friday,
April 12, the Maccabees will give their
dancte -on next Monday evening,
AprH 8? 3-
The Spanish-American, War Veter
ans held a meeting last Sunday and
will meet again next Sunday at 2
o'clock sharp. Candidates will be re
ceived at the next meeting.
The Anoka band will give a concert
followed by a dance at the opera house
next week, Friday. The band will ar
rive in the afternoon and give an open
air concert before the regular pro
James Griffin, of St. James, who was
called to Baldwin by the serious illness
of his daughter, returned to his home
Monday after a week's visit. Miss
Griffin is now fairly on the road to re
"Old Boyd"' was elected mayor of St.
Cloud Monday against the Democratic
nominee, but the Dems carried two
wards and will control the council.
Five Republicans were elected as "in-
L. A. S. No. 1 will hold their annual
Easter social at G. A., R. hall Saturday
evening, April 6. Ice cream and cake
will be served and a few Easter jiards
and souvenirs will be sold. ,.A11 are
R. P. Townsend's general store at
Milaca vgas destroyed by fire last Fri
day nigbB. The loss was total, both
the stock and building going' heaven
ward in smoke. There was an insur
ance of $3,500 on the stock.
Invitations will be issued in a few
days for the first annual ball of the
Spanish-American War Veterans,
departure of Company M. for the front,
Don't forget Mark's great auction
sale next Saturday. The Jiest collec
tion of horses and cattle ever brought
to Princeton will be offered for sale
that day and you cannot afford to miss
the opportunity to improve your stock.
The E. Mark Live Stock company
purchased twelve pure bred Durham
"bulls from Judge "Searle's^ stock farm
last Monday and these excellent ani
mals will be offered at the sale Satur
day. Here is an excellent opportunity
to improve your stock.
church to-morrow evening for the ben
efit of the Princeton ..high school
The subject: "Historical Minnesota.'
Mr. Whited comes highly recom
who attend a very
which will occur at Jesmer's opera and every one departedLto their home
house April 29, the anniversary of the after a very pleasant evening
Oric. O. Whited, of Minneapolis, will fair profit for $20 per ton and at this
deliver a lecture at the Congregational price will cut the cost of shipping b
tatoes, that is the cost of caring for the
car enroute, to $4 or $5 or even less,
where how the average cost is about
$12. A tight metal receptacle is ne'e-
mended and will probably give those essary and with this there would be no
pleasant and in
All of our household furiniture, in-
Willfign' *&b$pp.b& fcigaf -visited
Job'irHaggbergVojF- a^eeBee, 4&as in
the yi^g^ jhirfi|i9tje^thf
Gonre and. see our new line oWcarpet
safepfesl"^ j&yi, ^y-tMMM(ms-
hant i wa
j'-*l ii '***$..
The: l^uiar^rheeti^^e^the local
lodge of Good 'Samaritans
Samuel Mattson, the Lawrence mer
in: the village yesterday
calling on his acquaintances*
T. H. CALEY'S.
Sam Tilley has been in the village
this week, coming down from Law
rence*to attend to business in Prince
Prof. White attended the educational
meeting at St. Cloud last week and
was one of those present cailed upon
for an address.
Moses Cone came over from St. Cloud
to attend the April term fit court.
Court in this county without Mose
wouldn't seem like court at all.
Farmers, Take Notice.
We have just received a carload of
Triumph potatoes which we will let
out on shares.
C. H. BINES & Co.
B. O. Brown will have his Princeton
laundry ready for business next Mon
day. He has secured the Carew build
ing on Main street, opposite the starch
Superintendent Randall, of the State
reformatory at St. Cloudy came over
Tuesday evening with Joseph Sawyer,
who was an inmate of that institution
Horses, mules, cows, sheep and An
gora goats are all on the bills for the
Mark Live Stock company's spring
sale, April 6. Get -what you want at
your own price and on your Own terms.
Services are being held throughout
the week at the M. E. church in ob
servance of "Passion Week." This
evening the sacrament of the Lord's
supper will be administered. There
will be no services Saturday evening."
Call at the Feed Store and get a few
bushels of that genuine Blue Stem
wheat and the famous Silver Mine
eats offer you for seed.
PRINCETON ROLLER MILL CO.
Harold Mudgett has returned from a
visit to his sister in Georgia. While
in the South he visited several sec
tions of the "Cracker State," land
though he saw some splendid timber
he did hot see enough to tempt him to
change his residence.
Notice to Parents.
On account of bad weather the time
for the admission of new pupils to the
beginning classes of the Princeton
schools will be extended to Monday^
April 8th. H. E. WHITE,
Rutherford has returned from
to the Northwest Territory,
where he went to look over some coal
lands. He was out in the Alberta dis
trict and says he found some good coal
lands which can be purchased at a low
W. P. Rhoda and Miss Lucy M.
Jameson were married Thursday even
ing at the home of the bride's parents,
in Elk River. Mr. Rhoda isihe popu
lar agent of the Northern Pacific^ rail
road company at that place and Miss
Jameson is a native of Elk River.
On the evening of April second,
when Hiram Bullis returned from his
work, he found about thirty of his
friends and'relatives assembled at his
home on the north side to remind him
of his birthday. He was presented
with"-a beautiful book-case as a me
mento of-the event. After a bountiful
supper was served games were played
eluding parlor set, carpet, rugs, kitche^ congress at the last session, will be of
utensils.'etc. Apply at house
MRS. H. B. JESMER.
lntoservsee^?: ~%M%?g&:&1s. ^-"wp
Capt. Patterson brought
pounds of a manufactured fuel to' the
village Saturday and Sunday the po
tato shippers experimented with it in
a box car. The stuff burns without a
stove, developing no smoke, and fur
nishes considerable heat. The experi
ment showed that the fuel properly
handled and in sufficient quantities,
would _probably keep a refrigerator
warm 4ong enough to allow its being
shipped beyond the danger line" with
no attention from the watchman.. The
fuel can be manufactured in large
quantities so that it can be sold iat a
-Some of the amendments made to the
United States reyenue law, made by
wivvw 7 w****v icon (JJCbUO liV
interest to our readers. One .item of
importance is that after July 1, the
new law goes into effect, bank
checks will not be required to be
stamped. Neither will money orders
issued at the postoffice require 2 cents
additional after that date. Promis
sory notes, express bills, telegraph
messages, bills ojf^lading, telephone
messages, warehouse receipts, mort
gage deeds or""conveyances nnder $2,-
500, power of attorney are all 'exempt
under the revenue laws^ Bank drafts,
however are still taxed 2 cents for
"The case of John Goss et al. vs. The
will occur Fidelity and Casualty Co. of New York,
and John M. Haven, occupied a num
ber of days. The company did not pay
some insurance held by the bank for
burglary, on technical grounds. M. M.
Ring, the cashier at the time of the
Some Minnesota King .seed corn at blowing up of the safe, was on the
stand three days or more, and subjected
tojigid cross questioning. The case
was divided into separate questions and
three of these were submitted to the
jury. Their decisions were: 1st,Jury
found that the company did intend to
insure the company in which A. F.
Pratt was a co-partner. 2nd.That
the name of John M. Haven was in
serted in the application for a policy,
by error. 3rd.That the company did
know that A. F. Pratt was a member
of the firm and that John M. Haven
was not, at the time of and prior to is
suing of the policy. The court points
in the ease are to be argued and de
cided later.Andka Union.
"Forward, Guide Right."
For some time the boys of Princeton
have been waiting for an opportunity
to secure a company of the national
guard and during the past two years
two applications have been sent to
headquarters. The UNION is informed
that Princeton stands next in line for a
company and the boys are therefore
A knowledge of the tactics is a. erood
thing for all citizens of this republic to
know, as was shown in the recent war
when such a large army of volunteers
were called upon for service. The ex
ercise is another good feature. The
setting-up exercises are designed
to develop the muscles of the body and
give the recruit a soldierly bearing
and will prove beneficial to health.
The company furnishts the boys with
a sort of social club and parents may
rest assured that their boys are not in
mischief while in attendance. Then
once a year the boys are taken off for
a ten day's encampment at which they
are paid a per diem, a vacation with
tp secure an armory, but from the as
surances giyen by prominent citizens
that will be easily obtained. The date
of the muster has not yet been set, but
is likely to occur April 19. Between
5 and 70 boys have expressed a desire
to join and as 76 is the limit those who
intend to join should be on hand
promptly. Notice of the exact date
will be given later, when the company
will be called together to select officers.
A competent girl for general house=
work. Apply to
MRS. CHAS. KEITH.
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Call in and look them over at
G. K. CARLSON,
i Disc Drills,
All the Above are the famous Tiger Brands,
and are now ready for your inspection.
Caley's Hardware Emporium,
5 2 Department Store. 2}
A large and beautiful variety of the latest
and newest effects are on our center counters
At Prices that will interest you.
A new assortment of Val faces in dozen yard
pieces at small prices.
A varied and fashionable line of laces and
embroideries in the Newest Patterns for
Muslin Underwear and Children's Dresses.
A complete new line of White Goiods
that are better and cheaper than any
ever shown in Princeton.
These goods and Prices S
will interest you. fj
N. E. JESMER
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From the leaders in the Wall Paper trade in fljille tac County.
*Har we sold out all our stock of WALL Vji CT+~~I
PAPER and now we start the season with bur INeW Spring MOCK
See samples in window. We make the lowest prices.
(jive us the size of your room and we will-sjiow.:you that we can
supply good paper cheaper than anybody.'
I3 EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS FOR 5ALB^
offices are over above store. Telephone 34.
Hours: 9A. M. to 12:30 P. M. 2 P. M. to P. M.
Press Shoe Drills-
T. CALEY I
PRINCETON DRUG CO.
(The Corner Drug Store
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