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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, June 27, 1901, Image 5

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Mrs Joseph Ross is suffering from
an attack of erysipelas of the face
Dr F. L. Small, resident dentist, re
moved to offices in Caley building, over
Anderson new store
Mrs Maggie Breed, of St. Paul, has
been the guebt of Mr. and Mrs Guy
Ewing- uing the past week.
After this, Nelson's photo studio here
is open the hist and third Saturday 6i
e\eiy month only Please notice tf
Mis Newbert arrived in the
ullage Friday for a short visit with
hei patents Mr and Mis Panes
Ma&uiy pure linseed oil paints con
tain no vvatei. no benzine and will not
e\aporate fiom the can A Jack
sells them
Marriage licenses have been issued
duung the week to Otto Luke and
Agnes Abartz and Joseph Mossman
and Mae Sadlev
Duiing Monday electrical storm
one of the telephone poles was struck
by lightning and several telephones
placed hois du combat
Mis A Caswell, who has been
visiting lelati1
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I WE GUARANTEE
The purity of every pound of Paris Green
we sell. Be sure and get the Best. Always
S the cheapest at
various sources.
Geoige I Staples is the onl 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
W P. Chase enjoyed a visit from his
wife over Sunday.
J. Stowe, of Foreston, was a
Princeton visitor last Monday.
es in this village for the
past month, returned to her home in
Anoka Saturday morning
The services of the Monarch Talk
ing Machine can be secured for private
or public entertainment at nominal
rates Enquire of Borden tf
The homegiown stiawberry is on
the market and the price has dropped
There is a splendid yield of this lus
cious fruit in this section this year
Girl wantedTo do general house
woik Steady employment, small fam
ily, good wages
MRS J. SKAHEN.
Mis Dwight Houlton and Misses
Luceille and Etta Hildreth, of Elk
River. ha\e been the guests of Mr and
Mis Bun ell during the past
week
The railroads ha\e been investigat
ing the ciop outlook and have pub
lished a leport that the potato crop of
this 3 ear piomises to more than double
that of last season
The ladies of the Eastern Star have
anangec1
for a picnic at Green Lake
to-moi row Besides their own mem
beis they have united all Masons and
then famibes to join with them
George, the eighteen year old son of
Wan en and Minnie Bntton, died at
the home of his parents in Sherburne
count} June 20 The funeral took
place last Fi iday aftei noon at 2 o'clock
Will Paul of Greenbush, suffered a
fractuie of
ing bal1
the nose Sunday while play
He was tunning to first base
when he was struck in the face by a
ball thiown by the pitcher to intercept
him
Real estate dealers owning and hand
ling lands near the lake repoit that
valdes are rapidly climbing skyward
Land that a year oi two ago was con
sidered almost worthless is now bring
ing $7 and $8 per acre
Company was without rifles this
week, the old ones having been con
demned and shipped in, and the drill
was in the setting up exercises Monday
evening The movements were wit
nessed by a large number of interested
people
Rev Th Reuter departed Monday
for Leaf Valley, where he will have
charge of a congregation. During his
stay in this locality he has made many
friends who will regret to leain of his
departure Rev Strauch has been
called to this congiegation but it is not
known jet whether he will accept the
call Si VIE i OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO
LUCAS COUNTY
TRANK CHE.E makes oath that he is sen
ior pai t.iei of the firm of CHEN EY & o
doing business in the City of Toledo, County
and state afoiesaid and that said Aim will pay
the sum oi OXE HUNDRED DOLLAES for
each and every case of CATARRH that cannot toe
cured the use of H*XL S CATARRH CU BE
FRANK CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed my
presence this Gth da of December A 1886
A W GLEASON.
j SEAL j- Notaiy Public
Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts du ectly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system Send for testimonials, free
CHENEY & CO Toledo O
Sold by Druggists, 75c
Hall's Family Pills are the best
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C. A. JACK'S The ttauudst.
Fresh milk
Walker's.
delivery daily from
Cooling beverages have been at a
premium this week.
Don't forget that Mark's monthly
horse sale occurs Saturday, July 6.
The rains and heat have delayed the
mail carriers on their trips this week.
Several new ^fc lights are to be:
added to the village street lighting
system.
Elmer Chapman is in St, Patil this
week performing the duties of a Fed- seen at C. A. Jack's
eraljuror
The potato shippers are preparing
for an active campaign again after sev
eral weeks of leisure
Work at the brickyards has been de
laved somewhat during the past week
owing to the showers.
Mrs E. E Price, of Milaca, and her
sister, Miss Larkin, were the guests of
Princeton friends last week.
Brick for the Oddfellows building is
arming rapidly and that part of the
masonry will soon be under way
Hon E Mark returned last week
from Brainerd, where he conducted
several very successful horse sales
Geoige Malkson and Lena Drescher
were married in this village Monday
evening. June 24, by Rev S Bouck.
John Brennan has his new tenement
nearly ready for its occupants, Mrs.
and Miss Warren have secured the
lease
S S. Petterson saj that when he
returns from the Pan-American expo
sition he will bring with him an auto
mobile
Quigley. of Foreston, has taken a
crew to Montana to work on the exten
sion of the Great Northern which is
being built to the coal region
Tne services of the Monarch Talk
ing Machine can be secured for private
or public entertainment at nominal
rates Enquire of J. Borden. tf
The basement walls of the new Odd
fellows' block are nearly completed,
although the masons have had many
delays on account of the weather.
Painters of judgment prefer Masury
paints made by world renowned manu
facturers, ready mixed, made of pure
linseed oil. A Jack sells them.
Get your fireworks for the Fourth
early Scheen has a complete assort
ment of the latest novelties in that line
and the prices are low enough to suit
you
Postmaster Smith, of Cambridge,
stopped a foul hit with his eye Monday
and narrowly escaped serious injury
As it was he wears a splendid decora
tion on bis optic.
There will be an entertainment at
the Congregational church Sunday
evening to which all are invited Se
lections will be furnished by the Mon
arch talking machine
A new sidewalk has been laid from
First street past the Methodist church
so that the members will no longer be
obliged to wade in mud and sand to
reach the house of worship.
People with good taste and judg
ment always have their pictures taken
at Nelson's photo studio, open at
Princeton the first and third Saturday
of every month, "rain or shine tf
There is a rumor that our 'train is
soon to be changed and that it will run
clear through to Duluth. If the change
is made it will probably reach here
later in the morning and earlier in the
evening.
There was a goodly amount of de
linquent taxes paid into the county
treasury during the week of June 22,
but under the recent decisions it is
feared that much of it will have to be
refunded.
There will be a meeting of the Span
ish-American War Veterans at the
armory next Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Business of importance will
Come before the meeting and every
member is cordially urged to be pres
ent.
If you are going to the lake to spend
the Fourth you will need some fire
crackers to help amuse the children.
Buy early and avoid disappointment.
Scheen has a full line of fireworks in
cluding this season's novelties. Leave
your order now and have it packed.
The Blue Hill base ball team scored
a victory last week over J3ig
Lake's
aggregation of ball tossers. When the
smoke cleared away the scojekeeper
found that Blue Hill had secured 18
runs to 7 for Big Lake. The boys say
that the victory was worth waiting
three years for.
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sacs
Mr. Skoog was in town the first of
the week.
Miss Huff will hold a special sale of
trimmed hats next Saturday.
Reduced prices on fireworks to picnic
parties. PRINCETON DRUG Co.
New hay is appearing in this market,
much to the relief of the stock owners.
Judge Keith spent Friday in St. Paul,
having been called there on legal busi
ness.
If you have a-job of ditching see Ben
Soule. He can do it promptly and
cheaply.
Ralph and Jennie Whitney are visit
ing George and Grace Dunn at Ham
line this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George King, of Wyan
ett, are the guests of Princeton rela
tives for a few days.
.*Potato b|i^sJiave pfit In an appear
ance and the farmers are5
on Paris green mush.
feeding them
All colors and latest styles for spring
painting- with Masury paints can be
C. H. Chadbourne has improved the
appearance of his residence by-giving
it afresh coat of paint.
S. H. Palmer went to Mora Monday
evening to fill a contract for work
which he has at that place.
Ben Soule is prepared to do your
ditching Call on him if you have any
work of this kind to be done.
Anfin Rockstad Jia-s been elected to
serve as treasurer of Company G, the
election taking place after Monday's
drill
Judge Keith has had a splendid brick
sidewalk constructed around his resi
dence, a permanent and pleasing im
provement.
Mrs. John Kruger, of Lawrence, who
recently received surgical treatment
from Dr Cooney, is making an unin
terrupted recovery.
The meetings held in this village
this week under the auspices of the
Spiritualists were well attended and
were interesting throughout.
Reports from the country indicate
that there has been a good hatch of
prairie chicks and quails and good
sport is promised for this fall.
Prof E White, who is spending
his vacation with his parents in Elk
River, came to Princeton yesterday
and remained until this morning.
The services of the Monarch Talk
ing Machine can be secured for private
or public entertainment at flomi&al
rates Enquire of J. C. Borden. tf
Our newly acquired citizens in the
western part of the village have given
the name of Greenbush avenue to the
street that passes their residences.
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.
With the thermometer nursing the
ninety mark and the air full of damp
ness the wicked citizen is almost con
vinced that there is such a place as
Hades
C. A. Jack reports that the meeting
of the State Pharmaceutical society at
Minnetonka last week was one of the
most enjoyable outings ever held by
the association
Unless something happens soon to
injure the hay crop there will be no
danger of a fodder famine in Mille
Las county this season There were
never better prospects for a bumper
hay crop
Princeton is fast becoming noted as
a cream producing center. Each even
ing the Duluth train handles a splendid
shipment from this station The farm
ers are giving the Bridgman-Russell
company excellent support.
A celebration of the Fourth of July
will be held in Greenbush near Mr.
Joseph Jesmer's residence. Picnic din
ner, games, races, ball game, etc.
Dance in the evening at Joseph Jes
mer's Everybody invited. 2t
Milaca took a little of the conceit out
of the Foleyites Sunday. The Foley
ites are strictly in it when they go
after county seats, but when they tac
kle Mille Lacs county for a debate on
base ball matters they strike a differ
ent proposition.
Dr. C. F. Walker returned from
Cambridge Tuesday evening and an
nounced that owing to the weather he
had decided to take a vacation. He
will go a-fishing with Rev. Satterlee
and does not plan to return to work
until after the Fourth.
Commissioner T. TT Norton
down from the lake Saturday planning of shipping stock on that day
to attend the forfeit sale of real estate,
but when he found the condition things
were in decided his time was too vai
allow him to remain and he
uable to
returned to his home Sunday morning
It is said that the people of Sauk
-Bapids who talked at first of contest- simple ceremony
ing the election which removed the
county seat to Foley have abandoned
the idea. Five years later the matter
can be opened again and another warm
F. P. Morneau went to Cambridge
Tuesday on business.
Girl wanted for general housework.
Apply at F. S. Walker's store.
Mrs. N. E. Jesmer was the guest of
Mrs R. C.-Dunn at Hamline last week.
A little daughter was born to Dr.
and Mrs. T. L. Armitage1
night.
Tuesday
Mrs. Phoebe Soule has gone to Law
rence, Mille Lacs lake, to spent the
summer.
D. A. Kaliher is improving his vil
lage property by constructing a fence
around his premises.
Hon. R. C. Dunn oame up- from St.
Paul Tuesday evening for a short visit
with his Princeton friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Townsend expect to
leave shortly for a trip through Wash
ington and other western states.
The recent thunderstorms burned
out many of the incandescent globes in
the residences and business places.
If possible, enter Mankato Commer
cial College, Sept. 3, and get two
months' tuition free. Send for par
ticular.
Nelson's new Twentieth century cabi
net photos, at two dollars per dozen,
are the latest and best pictures for the
money. Have you seen them? tf
The services of the Monarch Talk
ing Machine can be secured for private
or public entertainment at nominal
rates Enquire of C. Borden tf
Company drills but once a week
now Monday evening being the time
set, and all members are expected to
be on hand promptly at 8 o'clock.
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.
Mis Minnie Sadley, of Becker, and
Miss Margaret Morford, of Clear Lake,
arrived in Princeton Monday evening
to attend the Sadley-Mosman wed
dinsr
A DeLacy Wood, founder of thirty
newspapers, was adjudged insane by
Judge of Probate Bartholomew at Fo
ley Saturday and taken to Fergus
Falls.
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.
Mr and Mrs. John Hedin, of Sauk
Centre, who have been visiting their
son, P. Hedin, for a few days, departed
yesterctorj^ Rqrnii3Pf-X9r-M2aD^sp^ir
where they will visit other relatives.
-^P^inceton was threatened with a bad
wind storm this morning at 4:30, but
fortunately it passed over without dam
age. Most of our citizens hustled to
their cellar doors in negligee costume
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Chadbourne left
this morning for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Lowell Chadbourne at Lake Min
netonka. During their absence they
will attend a reunion of the Territorial
Pioneers.
Col. Evans has returned to his duties
as conductor on the Sandstone run af
ter assisting the governor in the work
of dedicating the Minnesota building
at the Buffallo exposition He re
ports a very pleasant trip.
A gasolene stove exploded at St.
Francis Monday and in the fire that
followed two children, aged 4 and 2
years we're burned to a crisp, while
the mother was probably fatally burned
during her fight to save them
There will be a celebration on July
Fourth at North Greenbush. Dancing
day and night. Refreshments will be
served, and a good time will be had.
Come everybody. 2t
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CHARLES PETERSON.
There was a rumor current this
morning that the early storm had done
considerable damage in Greenbush,
but at the time of going to press the
story was not confirmed although sev
eral Greenbush farmers were inter
viewed.
Goddard Arnholdt end Lizzie Steitz
were married last Sunday at the Arn
holdt residence north of the village.
A large number of the relatives and
friends of the young couple were pres
ent to witness the ceremony and par
ticipate in the wedding festivities
The regular sale of the E. Mark Live
Stock company will occur as usual on
Saturday, July 6. There will be a
splendid lot of horses offered at the
sale, together with some good mules,
western horses, milch cows, etc. Bring
in your hogs and cattle. The highest
came .market price will be paid for all kinds
fight may occur then at which time ktfmpanied by the good wishes of their
Sauk Rapids will be heard from: v?~ many friends.
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. D. Sadley on June 25 at high noon,
occurred the marriage of their
daughter, Mae, to J. W. Mossman, of
Sauk Rapids. The bride and groom
stood before a bank of ferns, where the
was read by Rev. J.
K. Shults. Only immediate friends
and relatives were present. After a
bountiful repast they departed for
their future home in Sauk Rapids, ac
Skyrockets
Q. K. CARLSON,
Manager.
DR. ARMITAGE'S
respect.
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^JESMERS^
Department Store. $
Shirt Waist Goods.
Before purchasing elsewhere
see ou.r exquisite_assortment of to ...___
Early Summer Sale (ft
of Fine Fabrics
Latest and exclusive designs in the beautiful
A choice line of
Foulards, Dimities and Lawns.
Accordeon Plaited Petticoats.
W Ready=to=wear Waists.
Tucked Taffeta,
China Silk,
Dainty Albatross.
New and correct
shades in
jjj Ladies Kid
\i Gloves.
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Men's Shirts and Underwear,
Collars and Neckwear.
Greatest variety to choose from.
Bring the boys in and fit them with a Suit.
Men's Straw Hats for every occasion.
Lowest Prices.
Best Goods.
N. E. JESMER.
Fireworks
OF ALL KINDS.
Reduced Prices to Picnic Parties.
Come in and see our large assortment
Torpedoes, Skyrockets, Roman Candles, Etc.
office
PRINCETON DRUG CO.
(The Corner Drug Store.)
KI EXPRESS MONEY ORDERSstore.R FO SALE.
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Hours 9 A to 12 30 2PM
PLOWS
Farmers, do you know that Caley will sell you a 16-inch
all steel Plow for $10 or a 14-inch all steel Plow for $9.00.
?Z Or a 14-inch Timber Plow with Quincy Cutter for $9.00.
/k All the above Plows are warranted to be first class in even 7k
Also the great labor saving machine know as the
WEEDER.
Caley has a full line in steel and wood frames, either riding
or walking. Call in and examine them.
Cultivators
of every description, from the smallest to the largest and
the prices are right. Call and look them over.
Corn Planters.
If you need a first class Check Eow Corn Planter, I have
got it, and I know we can agree as to prices and terms on same.
Buggies.
Don't lose sight of the largest line of Bug=
gies in the city.
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