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Fred and Will Townsend returned to
Williston, N. D., Monday.
G. W. Freer, the real estate agent at
Opstead, was down last Saturday.
Potato buyers are troubled for cars,
and this is the cry throughout the
whole potato belt.
J. D. Mills was over from St. Cloud
on Tuesday attending to some business
at the court house.
Dr. F. L. Small, resident dentist, re
moved to offices in Caley building, over
Anderson's new store.
Mrs. Geo. H. Newbert of Mora, came
down on Monday to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rines.
Andrew Fixell, of Spring Vale, was
in town Friday with a load of grain,
which he had ground at the mill.
Mrs. A. D. Roth and child of Minne
apolis, who has been visiting her sister
Mrs. W. E. J. Gratz, returned home
Ha\ you seen Caley's line of couches':'
If not, call in and look them over, the
pi ices are right.
Rev. J. K. Shults has accepted a
position with M. S. Rutherford, and
will devote his time to the land busi
ness for the next year.
Mrs W Mossman, of Sauk Rapids,
vi&iced her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
D. Sadley, for a few days. She re
turned home on Tuesday.
Gerry Clough of Clough & Hurd, of
Nickerson, was down, this week buying
potatoes and supplies for their logging
ramps for the coming season.
Invitations are out announcing the
wedding of Miss Alice Holthus, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holthus, to
Wm. Hackler, in the near future.
Now ib the time to buy your wall
paper and make your rooms nice and
Pleasant for the winter. Half price
-ale of wall-paper at
Nelson's photo studio, at Princeton,
is open for work the first and third
Saturday of every month, "rain or
bhine.'" Remember that when you
.vish to ha\e your picture taken, tf
A Porter, of Cove, was in Prince
ton on last Friday, en route home. Mr.
Portei has just i eturned from Big
^oiks, tho coming town up in Itasca
county. He has taken up a claim in
that section, and will move on the
same this winter
A letter received from Fred Holm at
Sederberg & camp north of Duluth
where he went with his father. A. N.
Holm, to spend the winter, states that
they ai n\ed in good shape. He says
that the timber is heavy and the coun
try is erv lough although the logging
road is what might be termed level.
William K. Bonney of Lincoln, Neb.,
a well known exponent of the Spiritual
philosophy and kindred subjects will
lecture at the hall over the postoffice
on next Friday and Sunday evenings.
The subject Friday evening will be
"Light of the World.v
You know how much trouble it is to cut and make them properly.
Come in and let us show you how, it will be a pleasure, without
the trouble, by using our cut Tissue Paper.
various sources.
Geoigel Staples is the only person -who is
vuthomed to collect money due this office In
every case the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
ieceipt DraKdaily Publisherm Fresh milk delivery fro
Ike Walker of Spencer Brook was in
town Tuesday.
Mrs. C. S. Neumann went to the
(ities on Tuesday.
C. A. JACK, The Druggist.
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All persons
are cordially invited to attend. Mr.
Bonney comes well recommended by
societies and organizations who have
employed him upon their platforms.
Tf you come out to hear him you will
not regret it. Seats free. A collec
tion will be taken.
Last Thursday night Charles Kieth
leceived the sad intelligence by wire
that his aged mother, Mrs. Catharine
P. Kieth. had passed away the same
evening at her home in Farmington,
Me. Mr. and Mrs. Kieth were making
arrangements to go to the cities on
Friday morning to spend the day.
They immediately made hasty prepara
tions to leave on the morning train for
Main, and expected to arinve at Mr.
Kieth's old home Monday noon in time
for the funeral Mr. and Mrs. Kieth
will return home about the fifth of
and 13th.
the Optician, will be in
Princeton at the Com
mercial hotel, Nov. 12
Eyes examined free.
Leonard Pratt went to Anoka to-day.
Prof*. White went over to Clear Lake
The starch factory commenced grind
ind on Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Cooney went to the
cities yesterday.
Hedron Chapter, O. E. S., will meet
to-morrow niffht.
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Kaliher on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Schmidt rejoice
over a girl baby born last Friday.
Mrs. N. E. Jesmer, who has been
seriously ill, is reported much better.
The M. E. Ladies' Aid society met
with Mrs. Phoebe Soule on Wednesday
The Maccabees will give their next
dance at their hall on the evening of
Friday, Nov. 1st.
Miss Alice J. Chkpman of Spencer
Brook, is now doing clerical work in
the register of deeds office.
Mrs. Wright and dughters, Mabel
and Helen, drove over to Cambridge
Saturday, and returned Tuesday.
Next Saturday evening Rev. W. J.
Gratz's Sunday school class will enjoy
a Hollowe'en party at Mr. Cutler's.
Mrs. Doughty's mother, who has
been visiting her some time, returned
to her home in Sioux City yesterday.
Remember the monthly sale of the
E. Mark Live Stock Co. next Saturday.
Mark has a great lot of stock to offer.
See those beautiful dining tables at
Caley's, with polished top, round and
A jolly party of Sunday school chil
dren of the Congregational church,
made m^rry at a hay-rack ride last
Friday evening.
Rev. and Mrs. Gratz are now at home
in the M. E. parsonage and Rev. and
Mrs. Moxie are at home in the Congre
gational parsonage.
Attorneys M. F. Hanley and Nathan
P. Chase of Minneapolis, were in
Princeton Tuesday amending uO some
business in probate court.
Rugs, Rugs.
See those beautiful rugs at Caley's.
Just received a large consignment, all
of which will be sold at rock bottom
Our popular merchant, Ed Ander
son, has engaged the services of Peter
Tyvoll of Cumberland, Wis., and Carl
Peters of Minneapolis, as new clerks
in his store.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Anderson at the brick yard
died last Tuesday night. The funeral
will occur to-day at 3 p. M. from the
Catholic church.
County Superintendent Van Wormer's
aunt. Mrs. Demming and cousin Mrs.
Harbaugh, of Rockford, Ills., returned
home yesterday, after a pleasant visit
here with relatives.
Miss Ida L. Ludden who has spent
the last two years in Princeton, re
turned to her home in Spencer, Mass.,
Wednesday. Her brother, F. L. Lud
den accompanied her as far as St. Paul.
B. D. Grant wishes to notify all his
customers and the public in general,
that on or about Nov. 4. he will occupy
his new quarters in the Odd Fellows'
new building, with a full line of hard
ware. "Favorite" stoves and ranges,
tinware and a general lint of house
furnishing goods. His line of heaters
will be very complete, and it will pay
intending purchasers to visit and in
spect them before buying elsewhere
Last Thursday Geo. W. McFarland
received word by mail that his son,
John W., was sick with diphtheria, at
Harrington, Wash. Later advices in
dicate that he is getting along all
right and that there are no serious
symptoms to the disease. To add to
troble and misfortune, C. W. McFar
land, who returned from Spokane with
his brother's remains came down with
typhoid fever last Friday and is quite
sick, though doing as well as could be
County Auditor Whitney has devel
oped considerable skill as an amateur
photographer. He has an Eastman
5x7 Cartridge kodak with which he
has been doing some good work. A
view of the hotel at Spring Park, Lake
Minnetonka, which he took last August
and developed himself was sent to the
Eastman company at Rochester N. Y.
by a friend and they said that the print
"was as near perfect as outfit and skill
could produce." Ed is not only good
with an auditor's ledger but also with
a kodak.
$ $ $
Mine host Newbert was in the cities
Martin Kaiiher has gone to work for
J. C. Herdliska.
A boy was born at Mr. and Mrs. P.
H. Lavin's, yesterday.
The annual sale of the M. E. Ladies'
Aid society will be held Dec. 13.
Get a "J. Russell Young" 5c cigar at
the Princeton Drug Co.'s store. A 10c
cigar for 5c. 45-3t
The potato market was booming yes
terday: there were 25 car loads bought
on this market.
Emmet Mark is building a one-story
brick building, 34x28 on his property
adjoining his house.
Mrs. Nellie Russell of Anoka, who
has been visiting Mrs. Wm. Orton re
turned home Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Howard, of Wyanett, has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ada
Hayne, for the past week.
The trustees of the Methodist church
have decided to put in a furnace under
the church and work will begin at
Miss Maud Gilkey, the elocutionist,
entertained an appreciative audience
at the Congregational church last
R. G. Ross and C. F. Lambert, of
Kansas, and L. A. Oakes, of Wisconsin,
are new buyers on the potato market
this week.
Rev. Gratz announces his topics as
follows for next Sunday: Morning,
"Prayer Levels evening: "A Lead
ing Question.''
The Greenwood league will give a
basket social in school house No. 1,
district No. 12, on Saturday evening,
November 9th.
Operator W. P. Harris and family,
left this morning for Melrose. C. E.
Olander will "succeed Mr. Harris as
operator here.
Mrs. Wetsel who has been visiting
her husband who is engaged in rail
road work at Lakota, N. D., returned
home this week.
Last Tuesday Morton and David L.
Price and Glenn Hall were in town
from Cambridge. They took supper
at the Commercial.
Friday afternoon Mrs. H. H. Farn
ham entertained the third small com
pany of Princeton ladies in honor of
Mrs. R. P. Morton.
Mildred Rutherford, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rutherford, was
very sick with pneumonia last week,
but is now rapidly recovering.
T. H. Caley has sold the house where
Al. Munz has been living to A. C.
Smith who will occupy it. Mr. Munz
has leased the Borden house for a year.
Iron Beds.
Go to Caley's and look over the most
complete stock of iron beds ever shown
in the city. All the tints of the rain
Swan, the big jolly potato buyer
from Nebraska, finished up his ship
ments and returned home to-day.
There was no song of the dying swan
when he left.
R. E. Willard came up from Minne
apolis Saturday, and remained over
Sunday. Mrs. Willard, who has been
spending a month visiting here, return
ed with him.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McFarland wish
to thank the many kind friends who so
willingly assisted them by many kind
and loving acts during the death and
burial of their son.
Little Mildred and Keith Caswell
came up on Friday evening with Mrs.
Dr. Small and spent a very happy time
visiting old playmates. They returned
to Anoka Tuesday.
Louis Jesmer has bought an interest
with M. J. Jaax in the Farmers' Ex
change and the firm name in the future
will be Jaax & Jesmer. Attention is
directed to the new advertisement in
this issue.
J. F. Prescott has sold his farm in
Wyanett. consisting of 160 acres, to
Samuel Winsor of Mclntire, Iowa, who
arrived with his family this'week and
has taken possession of the farm. The
price paid for the farm was $3,500.
Mr. Prescott intends to move to Ever
ett soon. Another Wyanett farm that
has been sold is that of H. F. Packard
who sold his 80 acre farm to J. F.
Thompson of Wayne, Iowa. Mr.
Thompson will also buy 80 acres of
Wm. King, thus making him a nice
On Wednesday night of last week
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dickey were given
a surprise party in honor of their
twelfth wedding anniversary. A party
of their friends called early in the
evening and took possession "of the
house. There were baskets full of
refreshments and plenty of good nature
and cheer which the unannounced
guests brought with them, and a most
pleasant evening was enjoyed by all.
Among those present were Mesdames
Chas. Rines, Aug. Rines, John Camp
bell, J. W. Goulding, Gilbert Monette,
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Churchill and Mrs,
Catholic Foresters.
On last Sunday Court Saint Edward
of the Catholic Order of Foresters was
organized with the following roster of
officers: Chief Ranger, Louis Payette
Vice Chief Ranger, A. J.Sachs Finan
cial Secretary, Chas. Kaliher Treas
urer, C. Blair Spiritual Director, Rev.
Father Levings Past Chief Ranger,
Arth Payette Recording Secretary,
M. C. Nachbar: Trustees, A. Blair, Si
mon Paul and Mike Looney Senior
Conductor, Fr. Blair: Junior Conduct
or, Wm. Paul 'insido Sentinel, J. Wolf
Outside Sentinel, F. Payette. L. Pay
ette was elected delegate to the State
convention, with M. C. Nachbar as al
ternate. The installation of officers
will occur on Monday evening, Nov. 11.
Northwestern Hospital Notes.
Wm. Fisher, of Becker, Minn., is
receiving medical treatment.
John Bengsted, of Isanti county, is
at the hospital ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. D. C. Johnson who was oper
ated on some time ago, is rapidly re
Miss Grace Norton, daughter of
County Commissioner Norton is doing
nicely after an operation she under
went last week. SI,OOO for Smallpox.
Instructions have been sent to Mr.
Michlet, Indian agent at White Earth,
directing him to expend $1,000 in com
bating the ravages of smallpox among
the Indians on the reservations com
prising the White Earth agency. The
disease is reported to be spreading,
and on the receipt of information from
Agent Michlet that it would be neces
sary to take prompt measures to check
it, Commissioner Jones authorized
the expenditure of $1,000 for the pur
Changes In Trains.
A rumor reached here the first of the
week that the daily passenger train
that runs over this line between Will
mar and Milaca, will be taken off soon
and passengers will be obliged to take
the local freights again. Also that the
night train between St. Paul and Du
luth, would be taken off of the Cam
bridge "Bee Line" and run again to
Milaca.Milaca Times.
Largest Production ot Anthracite.
The production of anthracite coal in
Pennsylvania this year will be the
largest in the history of the trade.
Approximately the output will be about
10,000,000 tons more than in 1900.
Ilerg in Garden of Eden.
John R. McKinnon, of Crookston,
calls Roseau county the Garden of
Eden. How awfully out of place Albert
Berg mustfeel!Duluth News-Tribune.
Many of our subscribers are doubt
less also subscribers to the Pioneer
Press, and in calling attention to and
tiomplimenting that paper on the news
paper par excellence that they have
been getting out, we are but echoing
the opinion of every person who has
had the pleasure of reading that very
admirable sheet. Of late the Pioneer
Press has given more space to the
news of the northwest and a greater
space to bporting news, and has chang
ed the make-up of the paper so as to
enable the reader to find, at a glance,
just the news he seeks. The brightest
and cleverest writers of the Twin
Cities are requisitioned to make a
paper that will fairly bristle with
news, nou-partisan and complete. Edi
torials that are clean cut, broad and
fair. Special stories and features that
must appeal to and interest every per
son who reads them. In fact at every
point, the Pioneer Press is a news
paper, and one that all the northwest
may well be proud of, and submit in
comparison with any paper published
in any part of this broad country.
That partridge supper mentioned in
the UNION last week was more or less
of a mixed up affair so far as the types
were concerned. It was stated that
the supper was given by Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Ferrell, when as a matter of
fact Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Farnham did
the honors to Prof, and Mrs. White
and Mr. and Mrs. Woodcock. Mr.
Ferrell says that he had no knowledge
of having shot any partridges recently,
as the festive "spud"' is the only bird
he has had anything to do with for
some time. On the other hand, Mr.
Farnham has a recollection that there
were partridges at his house on the
date mentioned, and that he can take
an oath that the birds were served and
The E. Mark Live Stock Co. has just
purchased of Mertz, of Monticello, a
fine herd of full-blood Galloways, con
sisting of a bull, cow and three yearling
heifers. Mark intends to start a Gal
loway herd. At the county fair he
purchased a few head ot Eugene
I have a large stock of the finest
caskets to select from also metalic
caskets at very reasonable prices also
a licensed embalmer, a resident of this
place, who will attend to all business
when called on. I will tane charge of
funerals, if desired. E. A. Ross,
Funeral Director and Undertaker.
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cannot restore your eye
sight, when once lost,
do not neglect it. Prof.
Bruns, the best Optician in the State,
will be in Princeton at Commercial
hotel, Nov. 12th and 13th. Examina
tion free.
\i Department Store.
Here you will find a complete line of
Fur Coats,
A .stylish assortment of Jackets
Cloaks, at prices to suit all purses.
Separate Skirts $3.75 to $10.00.
Dressing Sacques, Fleeced lined Wrap=
pers. A choice line of Underwear.
Woolen Dress Fabrics, all patterns and
prices. Dress Trimmings a specialty at
this store.
Blankets, Comforters,
Everything for winter comfort in Men's
wear, Overcoats, Hats, Caps and Gloves.
Call and examine our stock in all depart
ments and make an early selection.
Cold weather is fast approaching, perhaps you will need a new
heater. Just call in at Caley's and look over the most complete stock
of Heating Stoves ever brought to the city, including the Famous
Round Oak. Also
Air Tight Heaters from $2.00 Upwards.
Just unloaded a car of Mitchell wagons, the best wagon on earth.
1 also have in stock other wagons and would be pleased to show you
them and I know we can agree as to price and terms. When you
need a wagon call in.
Wall Paper at Half Price.?
18c Paper for 9c per roll. 8c Paper for 4c per roll,
ioc Paper for 5c per roll.
Border to match paper, ceiling and price.
Close Attention
To all your little grocery wants
close prices, and first-class eatables
only, has done much to make our
business larger of late We thank
you for it and would call your atten
tion to the complete assortment of
hand-painted china which we are
giving away free, Ask for coupons
with all casb purchases and take
advantage of the following new
bargains, just in
light and heavy
4 4
4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Paper for 2ic per roll.
Tell us the size of your room and we will show you how little it
costs to make your room look nice. Come in and bee paper at the
Corner Drug Store.
(The Corner Drug Store.)
a r over above 5ALE4.3
Hours 9A. M. to 12.30 M. 2 PM. to 6 P.
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Frest bmoked Halibut, per lb
Canadian Sap Maple Syrup (the kind we
sell e\ ery season) per quart
Vew York Cream Cheese per lb
Creamer Brick Cheese, -per lb
Premium Home Soighum, per gallon
Extra Fancy Large Prunes 3 lbs for
Mv Wife Salad Dressing, per bottle
New Figs, per lb
New Dates, per lb
All kinds of Salt Fish a Walker's
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35c 15c
15c 40c
25c 35c 15c
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