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various sources.
George I btaples is the only person -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 DUNN. Publisher
Take your lace curtains to the
Princeton Laundry.
N. E. Jesmer went to the cities yes
terday morning on business.
A. Wilkes, of Milaca, was in the
village on business last Friday.
Charley Orr is playing in the field
for the Hamline base ball team.
Rev. Barnes, of Anoka, arrived in
the village last Monday evening.
Mrs. John B. Newton has been visit
ing relatives in St. Paul during the
past weeK
Dr. F. L. Small, resident dentist, re
moved to offices in Caley building, over
Anderson's new store.
Mis. E. Claggett and daughter
left Monday morning for a visit with
relatives in Wisconsin
Bicjcle repairs, sundries, and all
kinds of bicicycle repairing at
Grant's hardware store.
Re Fr. Levings went to Mora last
Saturday evening to conduct Sunday
services in that vicinity.
George Orr left last week for the
cities, where he expects to taire a
course in a business college.
The annual tax judgment sale of de
linquent lands was held at the county
auditor's office last Monday.
Jim Dugan has oeen summoned to
appear at Elk River to serve as a grand
juror during the May term of court.
Mr. Peck. State secretary of the Y.
C. A. kindly requests your presence
at the Congregational church Sunday.
After this Nelson's photo studio here
is open the 5rst and third Saturday of
every month only. Please notice. tf
F. Scheen has purchased an ele
gant new soda fountain which will be
ready to serve the public in a short
time
Mr and Mrs. Leon D. Wheeler
are visiting friends in Pleasant Grove.
They expect to be absent a couple of
weeks.
Don't forget the public library bene
fit at the opera house next Saturday
evening Tickets now on sale at Jes
mer's store
A H. Hall, a prominent Minneap
olis attorney, .vas in the village Tues
day looking up the files in the Locke
e]ectmect case
The regular dance of the Knights of
the Maccabees will occur at their hall
to-monow evening. All are cordially
inv ited to attend.
Wairn weather is here and there is
nothing -o nice as a first class refrig
eiato*. Caley has them and will be
pleased to snow them to vou.
Re Joseph Levings has purchased
brick foi foundation and will soon
commence the won* of erecting a par
sonage near the Catholic church.
Just call in and look over the largest
line of iron beds ever brought to the
city All the latest shades and colors.
T. H. CALEY.
Special discount to all who enter the
Mankato Commercial College between
May 1 and Aug. 1 in business or short
hand department. Send for catalogue.
Caley has just received a large con
signment of fine mantel clocks, bought
at the right price and he will sell you
one on the same basis. Call in and
look them over.
A. L. Weinberg visited St. Cload
last week to confer with the business
men of that city on the matter of open
ing a potato warehouse there. The
citizens will probably make arrange
ments with Mr. Weinberg and then
St. Cloud will become rich and prosper
"like Princeton" as the newspapers of
that city always say, when talking
about potatoes.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
local applications as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear There is only one
way to cine deafness and that is by constitu
tional remedies Deafness is caused by an in
named condition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian TuDe When this tube is inflamed
you ha\ a rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing and ".hen it is entirely closed, deafness is
the result and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
condition hearing T,\U1 he destroyed forever
nine cases oat of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an anflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces
We will give- One Hundred Dollars for any
case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall Catarrh Cure Send for
circulars free
F. J. CHENEY & CO Toledo, O
Sold by druggists, 75c
Hall Family Pills are the best
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-The largest line of fine Papeteries ever shoyvn in out- city.
Call and see our "Locall" Elegant goods in three colors,
Cream, Azure and Flesh. Now is jipur chance to get so me
good goods for little money. 5
A JACK, THE Druggist.
Fresh milk
Walker's.
delivery daily from
The "songs of other days" at the
Congregational church to-morrow
evening.
Take notice of the change of the
Princeton Hardware company's ad in
this issue.
Fresh milch cows and springers for
sale for cash or on time at the River
side barns.
Mrs. F. M. Campbell was in Minne
apolis yesterday visiting with relatives
and friends.
P. M. Morneau drove to Dayton yes
terday, where he will visit a few days
with old friends.
Henry Veidt, the Anoka brewer, was
in the village yesterday looking after
his business interests.
All colors and latest styles for spring
painting with Masury paints can be
seen at C. A. Jack's.
Lowell Chadbourne came up from
Minneapolis yesterday to take note of
the condition of the Mille Lacs real
estate market.
Judge Keith and G. A. Eaton went
to Mora Saturday evening, being called
there by the big fire They returned
Monday morning.
D. A. Kaliher has a crew of masons
at work on the foundation for an addi
tion to his residence in the southern
part of the village.
Fred Keith came up from St. Paul
last week to visit his parents for a day
or two. Fred is a student at a busi
ness college in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Cravens, of Mil
aca, came to Princeton Saturday morn
ing on a visit to relatives They re
turned Monday evening.
Mesdames F. L. Small, C. H. Rines,
B. D. Grant and William Cordiner
went to Minneapolis Tuesday morning
to attend the Star meeting.
Best paints in the world. Cover more
space, cost less, better all round,
Masury paints, ready mixed, made of
pure linseed oil. C. A. Jack sells them.
Two candidates were given the de
grees at the last regular meeting of
Kedron Chapter, O. E. S., last Friday
evening. After the work light refresh
ments were served.
The band is practicing twice a week
and will probably be in trim for Decor
ation Day. Good progress is being
made and the boys feel certain that
this band is a "go."
Sewing Machines.
Say, I have a few left of those and
am desirous of closing them out. Will
make you a price on them that will
please vou. T. H. CALEY.
The campfire given by Wallace T.
Rines Post. G. A. R., was well attended
last Saturday evening and a most en
joyable time resulted A bountiful
supper was served to the guests
J. A. Wetter has moved the Bullis
house to a site in the southern part of
the village near Mrs. Sinclair's resi
dence and is now engaged in repairing
it and placing it in condition for occu
pancy.
Mrs. H. B. Jesmer returned to
Princeton Monday evening from Min
neapolis, where she has been visiting
for the past fortnight. She left this
morning for her new home at Grand
Rapids.
Mrs. H. E. White left Monday morn
ing for a short visit with Elk River
friends. During the week she attended
the annual meeting of the grand chap
ter, Order of the Eastern Star at Min
neapolis.
Decoration Day is almost here but
so far the UNION knows of no prepara
tions being made for the observance of
this most sacred-day. Perhaps some
have been made and if so the UNION
will be glad to inform the public.
Twentj -three cans of cream were
shipped to Duluth from this station
last Monday evening. This amount
netted the farmers of this locality
nearly $200. Who says creameries are
not good things for the grangers'?
Will we celebrate the Fourth in this
village? If a celebration is intended
it is time some steps were taken. Let's
have no fake about it either. Either a
genuine entertainment for visitors or
none at all.
The State secretary. E. W. Peck, of
the Young Men's Christian association
will conduct services at the Congrega
tional church Sunday both morning
and eveningthe latter will be a union
meeting. W extend a special invita
tion to the public to attend these meet
ings.
Don't forget the entertainment at
the Congregational church to-morrow
evening. ____^_
Is Princeton to have a base ball club
this season? If we are isn't it about
time for it to materialize?
Masury pure linseed oil paints con
tain no water, no benzine and will not
evaporate from the can. C. A. Jack
sells them.
Vocal solos, duets, and instrumental
solos and duets will make the program
at the Congregational church to-mor
*row evening.
Paints of quality, ready mixed, made
of pure linseed oil, last longest, wear
better, stand sun without fading,
Masury paints. C. A. Jack sells them.
Born.
To the wife of T. F. Scheen, Sunday,
May 5, a daughter.
To the wife of Amos Smith, Sunday,
May 5, a son.
E. W. Cundy passed through Prince
ton Tuesday morning on his way to the
cities. Mr. Cundy is confident that a
railroad will reach the lake country
this season.
Farmers seem to be laying an extra
supply of nursery stock this year. Al
most every day a new shipment of
fruit and ornamental trees arrives at
this station.
It has been discovered that another
election is necessary to make the bonds
for building the new school house at
Milaca legal and the necessary steps
will be taken.
Farmers, Take Notice.
We have just received a carload of
Triumph potatoes which we will let
oat on shares.
C. H. RINES & Co.
More Masury ready mixed paints,
made of pure linseed oil are sold in the
United States each year than any
other. Better use Masury's. C. A.
Jack sells them.
Bert Wetsel has returned from
Onamia, where he has been sawing in
the Cundy-McClure mill. The season's
run has been completed and the mill
shut down Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jack went to
Minneapolis Tuesday morning, Mr.
Jack to attend to some business mat
ters and his wife to attend the annual
meeting of the grand chapter O. E. S.
A shipment of arms and uniforms
arrived last Friday and when the boys
appeared on the street Monday even
ing many of the people were surprised
to see the company even partially
equipped.
A. J. Bullis and Sheriff Claggett re
turned last Thursday from their trio
to Mille Lacs lake, where the sheriff
went in his official capacity and Andy
as a minister of the gospelof good
fellowship.
The E. Mark Live Stock company
has been very busy for the past fort
night securing young stock to fill its
orders from ranchers. A corps of buy
ers has been scouring the country for
miles around.
The Holm gasolene launch will prob
ably be taken to Green lake this week
and will be put in commission as soon
as possible. This will be good news to
those who have been planning on a
trip to the lake.
OR SALE.T en acres of land inside
the village limits and five acres out
side, all improved. Good house, good
bam, good water, buildings new and
everything O. K. Inquire of
J. C. VARNEY.
Finley Campbell was in the village
Saturday looking for a team which had
been taken by a railroad contractor,
contrary to the wishes of its owner.
The misunderstanding was peaceably
settled and the team returned with the
officer to Milaca.
G. I. Staples and E. M. Chapman re
turned Tuesday morning from the
vicinity of Mcker&on, where they had
spent two days in pursuit of speckled
beauties. They found the conditions
against them and returned with only
forty of the little fellows. Five of the
trout were of good size.
The national convention of the Wo
man Suffrage association will be held
at Minneapolis June 5. The veteran
reformer, Miss Susan B. Anthony, and
other noted women will be present and
address the convention. Railroads have
made a fare of one and one-third for
the round trip on the certificate plan
for this meeting.
Mille Lacs county is attracting a
larere number of stockmen from the
southern part of the State this season.
There is practically no^range for cattle
in that section and Mille Lacs broad
acres offers a splendid inducement for
them to become residents. They are a
very prosperous class as a rule and the
county is fortunate to secure such set
tlers.
Pianos, Organs.
Having accepted a position with the
Metropolitan Music Co., of Minneap
olis, I am prepared to sell pianos or
organs on the most reasonable terms
and easy payments. I shall take special
pains to get you what you want. Write
or call on me at Princeton, Minn.
22 MRS. ANNIE EWING.
TBEE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, MAY 9, 19011
No. 727 drew the horse at Scheen'e.
The holder will please present it at
once.
Rev. Levings will hold services at
the Greenbush Catholic church on
"Ascension day," May 16.
Fraternal Lodge A. F. & A. M.
elected one candidate at itB regular
communication last evening.
A number of new awnings have been
put up by the property owners along
the business streets this spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Chandler, of
Lewiston, Me., and Prof, and Mrs.
Ballard, of Minneapolis, are the guests
of Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Tarbox.
Painters of judgment prefer Masury
paints made by world renowned manu
facturers, ready mixed, made of pure
linseed oil. C. A. Jack sells them.
DIED.
At Santiago, Sunday afternoon, Mrs.
Fredrick Goss, aged 34 years, two
months and one day, of tuberculosis.
Miss Lilla May Reed was born March
4, 1867, and October 11, 1891, she mar
ried Fredrick Goss, and moved to
Anoka, where she resided until a few
week"s ago, when her failing health
made it necessary for her to go to her
parents, who reside at Santiago. She
made a brave and determined fight for
life, and at no time would admit the
seriousness of her condition, remaining
cheerful and bright to the end.
She was a member of Anoka camp
1026 Royal Neighbors of America, and
carried insurance in that order. The
funeral .services were held yesterday
morning at Santiago, Rev. Baimes of
Anoka, officiating. The remains were
brought to Anoka yesterday afternoon,
and interred in Forest Hill cemetery
the R. N. of A. conducting the services
at the grave, and escorting the remains
from the station to the cemetery.
Deceased left, besides a husband,
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
W. Reed seven brothers and sisters
Wm. J. Reed, Cathay, N. D.: Edward
C. Reed, Anoka, Minn. Mrs. Priscilla
Packard, Samuel, G. A. Laura, and
Pearl Reed, Santiago. Anola Union.
Into each life some ruins must fall.
Wise people don't sit down and bawl:
Only fools suicide or take to flight,
Smart people take Rocky Mountain Tea
at night.
C. A. JACK.
ONAMIA.
A pleasant dance was held here Sat
urday evening.
It will soon be time to be talking
Fourth of July.
The fish are biting nicely and many
fine strings are being caught daily.
E. V. Milton of Milaca, is surveying
for Mr. Prouty on his ranch in 41-27.
Wm. Sullivan, of Vineland, stopped
over at Onamia on his return from
Princeton.
Ed Claggett and Andy Bullis stopped
over Thursday night on their way
home from a trip around the lake.
J. V. Smith and family went to Mil
aca to-day on their way to Anoka
where they will make their future
home.
Owing to the low water the steamer
had a hard time getting through the
outlet into the big lake. It took nearly
twenty-four hours to accomplish the
task.
The Vineland lodge of Modern Wood
men will have a steamboat excursion
next month on the big lake. The
Brainerd lodge will join the Vineland
lodge in the excursion.
The saw mill at Onamia closed down
Saturday after a successful run. It
will start up again for a few days to
saw some small booms that will be
towed down the river after driving is
over.
The steamer has already towed one
large boom across the big lake and
commenced sluicing them yesterday.
It will require nearly a month to tow
all the logs in the big lake and sluice
them.
According to one of the UNION'S
correspondents the town of Onamia
and a large part of South Harbor,
town of Robbins and town 41-27 has
been turned into one vast cattle ranch.
It will surprise even the correspondent
how many cattle we have in the above
territory and more coming every day.
Little children as well as adults can
take Mull's Lightning Specific for sum
mer! complaint and diarrhoea with ab
solute safety. It contains no opiates or
poisons. Quick relief. 25c. For sale
by C. A. Jack.
Sealed Proposals.
Sealed bids will be received by the board of
county commissioners of Mille Lacs county up
to 12 o'clock, noon, on Wednesday. June 5th,
1901 for completing the set of abstract records
in the register of deeds' office All work to be
accurately done, in a good and legible hand
writing, under the same system as now being
used upon said records, and to be completed in
six months from date of contract Said records
to be brought^ down to date of completion of
the work and acceptance by the board of county
commissioners, and when completed to be care
fully compared by the contractor and some
competent person to be furnished by the
county, if, in the discretion of the board it be
necessary. All bids to be accompanied by a
good and sufficient bond, with two or more
sureties, in the sum of Five Thousand Dollars,
conditioned for the faithful and accurate per
formance of the duties required.
By order of the board of county commissioners.
E. E. WHITNEY,
County Auditor.
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Department Store:
Here quality and price each
Shine by the light of the other.
Spring Goods
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In all our lines are ready for your inspection. Dainty
wash goods, pretty dimities, laces, insertionsany
thing you need for warm weather dresses. The sea
son 's newest productions-we don't wait for people
to call for novelties, we get th em while they are
novelties.
to Furnishings
winter suit already feels uncomfortable and you
be obliged to get lighter clothing. Let us
sell you one of our satisfaction-giving Serge Suits,
a good variety, carefully tailored,
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For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Gloves, Hats, Hosiery, etc.
them, even if you do not buy.
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
I4-Karat Fountain Pens
ALL SIZES AND STYLES.
Every pen M-karat and guaranteed. Prices from $i.oo up to $4.00.
Come in and see a good Fountain Pen.
PRINCETON DRUG CO.
(The Corner Drug Store.)
ggT EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS FOR SALE.
DR. ARMITAGE'S offices are over above store. Telephone 34
Hours 9 A to 12 30 2 51 to 6 11
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Farmer*, do you know that Caley will sell you a 10-inch &
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all steel Plow for $10 or a 14-inch all steel Plow for $9.00. 2
S O a 14-inch Timber Plow with Quincy Cutter for $9.00.
0 All the above Plows are warranted to be first cla-s in every
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the prices are right. Cal and look them over
WEEDER. S
Caley has a full line in steel and wood frame s, either riding
7 or walking. Call in and examine them
cultivators Cultivator
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If you need a first class Check Row Corn Planter. I have
got it, and I know we can agree as to prices and terms on same S
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Buggies.
A Don't lose sight of the largest line of Bug=
(ff gies in the city.
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