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Ask Mike Mahoney what hap
pened to the wanagan.
People wonder why Jim Peters
wears such a terrified look every
time he comes up river.
Louis Olson is building a shop
here and will soon be in shape to
do all kinds of job work.
The fishing is now excellent and
everyone is out with spoon hook
and line. Over fifty fine pike and
pickerel ^ere caught from the
bridge here Saturday afternoon.
The steamer, Queen Anne, broke
down Friday when within a mile
of the shore with a large boom of
logs. The breakdown caused a
dela} of about twenty-four honrs.
The drhinor i the lakes will
soon be finished as there are only
t\\ more booms to be towed across
the bis hike. The bulk of the logs
are now in Shakopee and Onamia
G. D. George and B. E. Sher
man, of St. Paul came up on their
wheels Frida\ night to spend Sun
day at the lake. They took a
canoe here and continued their
trip through the lakes and thor
oughfares to the big lake. They
will return Monday.
Onamia is the best location in
the county for a good live real es
tate man, one who can devote his
entire attention to the business and
is competent to show a man the
exact land he is buying. There
has been a great deal of trouble
and discouragement caused the set
tlers by building and clearing on
land not their own.
Fought For His Life.
'My father and sister both died of
consumption,'" writes J. T. Weather
wax, of Wyandotte, Mich., "and I was
baved from the same frightful fate
only by Dr. King's New Discovery.
An attack of pneumonia left an obsti
nate cough and very severe lung trou
ble, which an excellent doctor could
not help, but a few months' use of this
wonderful medicine made me as well
as ever and I gained much in weight."
Infallible for coughs, colds and all
throat and lung trouble. Trial bottles
free. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00
at A Jack's drug store.
A grand celebration will be
given here July 4th.
Alfr. Anidso n, of Houghton,
Mich., the gentleman who bought
land from this office two years ago
leturned last week and is improv
ing his land and will build a house.
His family are expected to arrive
here as soon as the house is built.
The school entertainment for
raising money for a library for the
school will be given at Lars Erik
son's factory May 25. Speeches,
dialogues, songs with organ ac
companiment, basket supper and
dance. Our teacher has been work
ing hard to make it a success.
A iew of the people are trying
to find fault with the postoflice
heie. A long list of signers from
Edith and Eriksonville was sent
to the postmaster general. The
signers sav that they are fully sat
isfied with the present postmaster
and the name Eriksonville which
is moie suitable for civilized peo
ple than the Indian name Onamia.
Edith postoflice will be re-estab
lishedperhaps that double mail
route from here to Cove will also
be re-established, going from Edith
past Eriksonville O. to Cove
and then back past Eriksomille
to Edithan unnecessaiy expense
of earning the mail 1,400 miles
Mrs. J. No matter what causes facial
eruptions, absolute cleaniness inside
and out is the only way to cure them
Rocky Mountain Tea taken this month
will drive them away. 35c. A.JACK.
Mr Olson of Isle bought 120
acies in section 11 hist week.
Andrew Sehlin started his cream
ery at Malmo the first of the month.
The Ceder Creek boom broke
during the high wind last week.
The lake was very rough.
It begins to look as if theMilaca,
Isle Harbor & Northern would
be built through here this summer
or to the lake anyway. W un-
derstand' the contract has been let
for the grading of the road to the
Colin Foster was in town last
week to buy a farm. expects
to bring his stock here at once.
Parties from Minneapolis have
bought two lots in the new town
site and are running a saloon there
G. W Freer has let a contract
for clearing ten acres ready for
breaking. I begins to look more
like farming here.
George Sires, of Lawience, has
bought 80 acres in section 11, and
has moved his family here and
commenced work on his land.
Chas. Johnson has let the con
tract for clearing ten acres ready
for breaking. Chas. has built an
addition to his house this summer.
Mr. Sinclaire from Minneapolis,
has bought 440 acres in section 15
and has moved there. will fit
up a stock ranch and expects to
put on a big stock at once.
R. A. Griffin, president of the
Isle Harbor Land Co., was here
lastv\eek looking over the lands
of the company. was well
pleased with the outlook here.
Mothers of good judgment and ex
perience give their little ones Rocky
Mountain Tea this month, keeps them
well. 35c. Made by Madison Medi
cine Co. C. A. JACK.
F. L. Daigle went to Brainerd
Monday on a business trip and re
C. N. Archer, now of Brainerd,
was here Saturday and Sunday,
and returned to town Monday.
A. K. Trask from Minneapolis
started Thursday for his home af
ter staying a couple of weeks at
the Vinelancl hotel.
The steamer Queen Ann was
seen making way for Robhins
Island last Monday, but the strong
wind pushed her back and she
drifted into South End Bay where
she was protected from the winds
by the Mezomine Point. Tuesday
she resumed her course and brought
into Outlet Bay a boom of logs
said to contain 1,700,000 feet.
Other booms of less importance
were tugged in this week.
Mrs. W T. Campbell and chil
dren accompanied bj Miss Tillie
Damond, of Milaca, were guests
at the Vineland hotel Sunday. The
main purpose of their trip was to
pay a visit to Mr. W T. Camp
bell who is now clerking for the
Foley Bean Lumber Co. In the
afternoon the party accompanied
by L. R. Daigle boarded the
steamer Queen Ann and arrange
ments were made to go to Garri
son where a team was sent to meet
the party, but owing to the wind
which suddenly arose it was finally
decided to return to Vineland.
If Saved His Leg.
P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga
suffered for six months with a frightful
running sore on his leg but writes
that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly
cured it in five days. For ulcers,
wounds, piles, it's the best salve in the
world Cure guaranteed. Only 25c.
Sold by C. A. Jack.
BLUE HILL. I
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas, It has pleased our
Heavenly Father in His infinite
wisdom to remove from our fra
ternal circle our worthy and
esteemed sister, Mrs. Lena Pratt,
Whereas, Remembering Sister
Pratt as a sincere Christian, kind
and loving friend and earnest ad
vocate of temperance, and her
cheerful assistance every good
cause therefore be it
Resolved, By Orrock Lodge No.
348, I. O. G. T., that the vacancy
created by her removal will be
deeply realized by the members of
this lodge, and that her efforts and
services in behalf of our cause will
ever be held in grateful remember
ance, and that we drape our charter
in mourning thirty days.
Resolved, That we extend our
heartfelt sympathy to the afflicted
relatives of our deceased sister,
and may we ever be guided by
that earnestness and faithfulness
Do you need a carpet3
THE PBiyCETO^ UNIOK: THUESDA^, MAY 23, 1901.
with which she ever labored for,
"God and home and ever) land."
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be spread upon the
minutes of the lodge and published
in the Princeton UNION and Star
JVeivs, also to members of the fam
ily of the deceased.
There is not an ache or pain to which
the human body is heir, no matter what
the cause, either internal or external
which Mull's Lightning Pain Killer
will not instantly cure. "25c. For sale
by C. A. Jack.
W MONEY to loan on improved
farms. M. S. RUTHERFORD,
Regan's bread and Regan's bakery
goods daily at F. L. LUDDEN'S.
WANTEDA good girl for general
housework. Good wages. Inquire of
MRS. N. E. JESMER.
Get ready for flies and mosquitoes.
Horse blankets at L. LUDDEN'S.
I have some bargains in residence
lots. Will sell for cash or on time.
20-23 S BRIGGS.
Ju&t opened the last barrel of apples
at LUDDEN'S STORE
Five hundred acres well fenced and
watered. Call on M. S Rutherford.
Princeton, or Charles Taylor, Blue
All those knowing themselves to be
indebted to the firm of N. E. Jestner &
Son are requested to call and settle.
We have accommodated you in the
past, please accommodate us now.
STRAYED.One dark bay mule,
weight about 800 Came to the en
closure of the subscriber on Thursday,
May 16. Owner will prove, pay charges
and take same awaj*
E. MARK LIVE STOCK CO.
FOR SALEOne pair of mules, six
and seven years old, perfectly gentle.
Also a set of harness and wagon Mules
and harness $225 mules, harness and
O E THOMPSON,
2w Spencer Brook.
Pictures of the Earl of Yarmouth,
known histrionically as Eric Hope, do
not much resemble the traditional
"belted earl," but he seems to have
pretty effectively belted the defendant
in a libel suita New York newspa
per, from which he obtained a verdict
for $2,500 damages.
Kissing is again charged by the doc
tors with spreading tuberculosis. It
has also been known to induce breach
of promise suits and several" other
kinds of trouble not mentioned by the
Discarding the fractions, the national
debts of the world are estimated at
$30,000,000,000. The figures are so in
comprehensible that nobody will be
It must be more or less of a surprise
to J. Pierpont Morgan to wake up in
the morning every day and learn how
many things he bought the day before.
There seems to be some question as
to which of Sir Thomas Lipton's yachts
will do "the wearing of the green."
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select from our nice assortment
The promotion of Cardinal Martineul
entails upon him the necessity of pur
chasing an entire ue^v wardrobe, which
will cost about $1,000 Each set of
vestments which he must have requires
silk stockings, slippers and gloves,
which are of red and embroidered in
bullion, with a cross and other sacred
symbols. Even hi3 underwear must be
renewed and must be according to the
rule prescribed Cloaks, capes and cas
socks for different functions make up
a large portion of the expensive ward
robe. The clergy in every part of the
United States are raising a purse for
the prodelegate, as his income is only
$6,000 a year. With this he must pay
his household expenses and the sala
ries of his auditor and secretary The
total expenses of his elevation are esti
mated at about $5,000.
Minister Conger says that Minister
Wu deserves the gratitude of the Amer
ican people. If we can get even with
Mr. Wu with a card of thanks, we will
be getting off cheap. Considering the
acumen he has shown, it would not
be surprising if he should present a bill
for all the expert advice that he has
been furnishing us from time to time.
We are also Agents for the
The Reason Why
20,000,000 ACRES at
the BEST GRAIN
GROWING and SRAZ.
ING LANDS on the con
tinent ore being offered
FREE Is that settlement
of these vast areas Is re
quired by the Govern
ment of the Dominion of
Location near lines of
railroad already built or
under construction in MANITOBA,
ASSIMBOU, ALBKBTA and SASKAT-
CHEWAN, most favored districts in
Thousands of Americans hare
taken advantage of the offer made
Deep soil, well watered, wooded,
wheat averages 25 to 40 bushels pet
acre, oats 60to 100 bushels, and other
grains in proportion. Cattle thrive
and fatten on the native grasses.
Fuel abundant.climate healthiest
in the world, social conditions the
best. Educational advantages un
equalled. Taxation nominal.
Free Farms of 160 acres to every
male of eighteen sears of age, and
to every female head of a family.
Railroad and Government Lands
for sale at low prices. Tor fuller
information apply to Pedley,
Superintendent of Immigration,
Ottawa, Canada, or to
154k Enst Thud St
We ha\e for service several imported
thoroughbred stallions Those who
desire to imptove their stock
visit our barn5?,
see the animalshould and
get our terms
E MARK LIVE STOCK CO
anything that can be done with a wood or coal fire is done
better, cheaper and quicker on a
Heat is not diffused through
out the housethere is no
smell, soot, or danger, and the
expense of operating is nomi
nal. Made in many sizes
sold wherever stoves are sold.
If your dealer does not have
it write to nearest agency of
Z,. Oil Stove
The "Wireless" Check Row Corn Planter.
This machine represents the latest invention in Corn Planters. The old style wire planter is a thing
of the past and the "Wireless" check rower has come to take its place. With the "Wireless" there is
no wire to lay out and reel up when planting is done, no stakes to drive, pull up and shift from place to
place, no hunting for breaks in the wire and trouble mending it, no extra bundles of wire for large fields
or other annoyances incidental to the old wire planter.
The new "Wireless" is easy to operate. It requires no skill to handle it and is sold under an absolute
guarantee to do good work. For further particulars call at the Dalbo Warehouse and see samples.
We also handle a full line of other Farm 2.
Machinery. Some of our specialties are the
Bradley "X-Ray" and
Garden City "Clipper" Plows,
Hallock "Success" Weeders,
An the famous "Ohio" line of Cultivators.
McCormick Harvesting Machinery.
We invite the farmers to inspect our goods and get our prices before buying.
Dalbo Warehouse Co, $
THE COMMERCIA HOTEL,
H. NEWBERT, Proprietor.