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Nils Berg- of Isle was in town Fri
Fresn milk delivery daily from
Miss Florence Cater returned to Min
neapolis Saturday.
Guy Ewing- went to Milaca Monday
night, returning Tuesday morning-.
S. D. McKinney of Spencer Brook
was on the Princeton market Saturday.
Walter McFarland, who has been
very ill with typhoid fever, is now con
Dr. F. L. Small, resident dentist, re
moved to offices in Caley building-, over
Anderson's new store.
Wade Rutherford was down from
Lawrence on Friday. returned to
Mora on the evening train.
E. W Cundy came down from the
lake Sunday and went to Anoka Mon
day, returning in the afternoon.
for general house-
The children are having great sport
skating these days. Young America
is favored with good skating weather.
Wm. Schmidt of Germany, was in
town Monday buying lumber for a new
blacksmith shop he will erect in that
See those beautiful dining tables at
Caley'*, with polished top, round and
E Lundgren of Minneapolis unloaded
his household goods here on Tuesday
and moved out onto his new farm on
section 20 in Wyanett.
Geo Prescott and family of Wyan
ette, left Princeton on Monday for
Shokomish, Washington, where they
will make their future home.
Louib Larson has sold the Farmers
Of taking anything for my Cough, nothing helps it," is a very
$ common comment heard from those who have never used our 2
White Pine Expectorant.
After trying it once, it speaks for itself. Tr it.
i fr
various sources.
George I Staples is the only person who is
authorised 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.
or Princeton hotel to Arthur and Joe
Payette who will take the hotel and
run it in the future Th considera
tion was, $2,500.
Young Carl Cravens had his head
badli cut and bruised Saturday while
out skating. He fell backwards and a
comrade ran into him, cutting Crav en's
head with his skates.
Frank Stewart, who last year worked
for Dune McCuaig, and who went west
with the McFarland boys to work in
Washington, died last week near Har
rington of typhoid fever.
Bert Wetsel who has been working
in the Minneapolis mills the past sea
son, is home for a short visit, and will
accept a position at the Cundy & Mc
Clure mill at Onamia for the winter.
The entertainment given at the
Methodist church last Friday night by
the Epworth League was well attended
and the joung people presented a very
good program of musical and literary
Don't forget the new store will open
Saturday with a full line of unredeemed
watches and jewelry which must be
closed out at less than half value. Also
a full line of children's caps, etc.
A. S. MARK, Prop
Mr and Mrs. E. A. Ross of Prince
ton, are visiting at the home of their
daughter in this place, Mrs. J. A. Al
len. Mr. Ross came out from the State
of Maine thirty years ago and this is
his first visit to the garden spot of his
adopted State.Sherburn Advance.
Mobe Tibbets, Andy Bullis, Post
master Cordiner and C. A. Jack re
turned from their deer hunt in north
ern Minnesota Saturday night. Their
visions of saddles, horns and moose
heads had all dissipated like mist be
fore the sun, for they brought back no
game with them. They saw quite a
good many deer but they kept at a safe
distance. W mean the deer.
Last Monday the firm of Wikeen &
English at Zimmerman was dissolved
by mutual consent, Mr. Wikeen retir
ing from the business which in the fu
ture will be conducted /finder the firm
name of English & Co. H. E. Thomas,
the potato buyer, has become identi
fied with Mr. English in the business
at Zimmerman, where he now has, by
the business transaction secured two
potato warehouses and an interest in
the store at that place. Mr. Wikeen
will re-engage in the potato business
at Princeton.
If you love your wife buy her a Jewel
Steel Range. For sale by the Prince
ton Hardware Company.
Last Sunday Father Levings assisted
Bishop Trobec at the confirmation of a
class of fifty at Elk River.
Mrs. J. V. Wickland went to Minne
apolis yesterday to spend a week or so
with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ross have re
turned from Sherburn where they had
a pleasant visit with their daughter.
Mrs. A. H. Smith and children went
to Minneapolis Monday where they
will visit relatives and friends for a
There will be a basket social at the
residence of Rev. Father Levings
Tuesday evening, Nov. 26. All are
Mrs. A. Z. Norton has been quite ill
the last week with sciatic and muscu
lar rheumatism. She is slowing im
Have you seen Caley's line of couches?
If not, call in and look them over, the
prices are right.
Joe Primrose, a well known charac
ter who has been at Milaca for some
time, was adjudged a common vag and
was taken to the workhouse at Minne
apolis on Monday.
Nelson's photo studio, at Princeton,
is open for work the first and third
Saturday of every month, '"rain or
shine." Remember that when you
wish to have your picture taken, tf
The nine-months old girl baby of
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shorey of Bradford
died Sunday night of whooping cough.
The funeral occurred on Tuesday. Rev.
Gratz and J. S. JBauck attended the
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rutherford spent
a few days in the cities last week.
Mrs. Rutherford returned home Satur
day night and Mr. Rutherford went up
to Duluth over Sunday, returning
Miss Ada Soulman and her mother
of Washington State have been in
Princeton visiting relatives and friends
the past week or so. They left Mon
day for St. Cloud where they will re
main for a while.
The UNION is informed by grape vine
telegraph that S. A. Cravens went
over to Wisconsin last week and was
married to a sister of Warren E. Vose.
Some of Sid's friends claim to have
seen papers with an account of the
Call on us Nov. 19 and 20. Mr. I. W.
Mark will occupy the Morneau building
with a full line of gents' furnishing
goods, including a line of lumbermen's
clothing, hats, caps, boots, shoes, etc.
W kindly ask a share of your patroD
age. A. S. MARK.
B. D. Grant is now located in his
new store in the Oddfellow's building
and is placing in a fine stock of light
and heavy hardware, stoves, ranges
and all kinds of kitchen supplies. Mr.
Grant makes an announcement in this"
issue of the UNION and will be pleased
to have the public call and inspect his
new store and stock.
Wallace E. Chase, son of Wm. Chase
arrived last Saturday to spend some
time here with his father. Mr. Chase
is from Montana where he has resided
for the past seven years, spending most
of his time at Fort Benton, where he
was in the Stockman's national bank,
afterwards going to Chester where he
secured some mercantile interests.
is interested in the sheep industry and
has 8,000 head which he has leased on
shares. Mr. Chase expects to return
to Montana next spring.
From far across the sea and away
over in Sweden two trunks arrived at
Princeton Monday night, bearing all
manner of transfer and transportation
labels, one consigned to Yosefina Kari
son and the other August Svenson, the
destination of both parties being
Spring Vale, Isanti county, Ntrt
America. Th trunks tell the story of
the severing of family ties and of sad
goodbyes, as well as the joy and happi
ness in two homes over in Spring Vale
where losefina and August will no
doubt be loaded down for a time with
all manner of glad hands and welcome.
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$ Seheen's.
Druggist. I The
Mayor Bryson of Milaca, was in town
Andrew Moline of Foreston was in
Princeton on Saturday.
John N Berg returned home Satur
day from* the cities where he spent a
few days
If you want a good suit or overcoat
call on E. Engsell, the tailor. Shop in
Long's shoe store.
Rev. Father Levings went to St.
Cloud to-day.
The W. C. T. U. meets this after
noon with Mrs. M. C. Libby.
Mrs. W E. Gratz of Minneapolis, is
visiting her son, Rev. W. E. J. Gratz.
E. Grant, the Baldwin dehorner,
went up to Richard's ranch Monday to
dehorn 225 head of cattle.
Emory Norton is at home for a short
time. expects to go to work for
Cundy & McClure this winter*
WANTEDAn experienced girl for
general housework. Good wages to the
right girl. Apply to MRS. E. MARK.
On Tuesday Chas. Keith, Banker
Petterson and the expert, Rauchfuss
went over to Braham in the automo
County Superintendent of Schools
VanWormer went up to the Mille Lacs
lake Monday to visit the schools in that
Skates! Skates! Skates!
W sell them. Come in and buy
them. Plenty of them. Prices right.
The Princeton Hardware Co. has
changed its name to the Evens Hard
ware Co., the articles of incorporation
having been amended in this respect.
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
queen olives in bulk at
The furnace in the Methodist church
has been completed and works nicely.
Messrs. Woodcock and Farnham who
superintended the work have done a
good job.
Attorney Cormany has served notice
of appeal in the case of Rush vs. Ad
cock tried in the last term of court
here and in which the verdict of the
jury was set aside.
Finley McCuaig, brother of Dune
McCuaig. arrived from Great Falls
last week suffering with typhoid fever.
He is now at the Northwestern hospit
al for treatment.
Hon. H. Mallette of Milaca, and
H. M. Hissam of St. Paul, called at the
UNION office yesterday afternoon. Mr.
Hissam is a brother of R. W. Hissam
who was buried here yesterday.
Adolph Olson of Edith, was down
with a bunch of cattle Monday for the
Mark Live Stock Co. Mr. Olson in
tends to leave for the Big Fork coun
try where he will take up a claim.
All school children are invited to call
at the Princeton Drug Co. 's store and
see the new school house tablets and
our new Whittier school tablet.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Presley came
down from Milaca last Friday and
drove over to Cambridge the same day.
George went up in the vicinity of the
Goss ranch looking for deer but did
not find any
Geo. Ransom of Germany, was in
town with a load of Late Rose potatoes
that were fine specimens of this variety
of spuds.- Th potatoes measured fully
eight inches long and were all of four
inches in width.
Mrs. D. H. Cooper left Tuesday for
Isanti, Minn where Mr. Cooper has
located in business. He has opened a
tinshop there and is now advertising
for business in the local paper like any
up-to-date business man would do who
wants trade. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper's
friends wish them success in their new
Clerk of Court Briggs is in communi
cation with O. C. Gregg regarding a
farmers' institute for Princeton the
coming winter and if the business men
and farmers will interest them
selves in the matter they can get a date
for an interesting institute at this
place. Th Minnesota farmers' insti
tutes are in great demand all over the
State and if Princeton wants one she
must speak right out in meeting.
The Oddfellows' new building is be
ginning to ha\ a finished appearance
and the lower floors are now occupied,
while the upper floors are being fin
ished as fast as possible. B. D. Grant
moved his hardware stock into his new
quarters in the building last Saturday
and the roller mill has moved a stock
of flour and feed into the adjoining
store. Th mill is thinking of fitting
up an office in the front of the store
for a counting room and office for the
mill. Th contract for the steam fit
ting will be let soon and the lodge
rooms finished off as soon as possible.
The potato market is booming these
days. Since a week ago the old pio
neer Burbank has advanced in price
25 cents, Rose, Triumphs and Ohios
10 cents. Th market has been very
active and the buyers are hustling for
the spuds. Tuesday morning there
were on the tracks here eighty-eight
cars, and of this number eighty were
set out Sdy the potato shippers. To-day
there will leave Princeton a solid train
of fifty cars of potatoes, making about
the biggest shipment of potatoes that
ever left this station. Princeton is the
biggest potato market in the belt,
Cash paid for popcorn at Seheen's.
L. W. Pierson went to the cities yes
N. E. Jesmer went to the cities this
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jaax have
turned from a visit to the cities.
The Dorcas society will hold its sale
and supper December 20th. Particu
lars later.
Get your celery, lettuce, young onions
and radishes for your Thanksgiving
dinner at Seheen's.
Ole Christianson living on section 31
in Blue Hill fell from his wagon the
other day and fractured several ribs.
Ehvina, the little year-old child of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Fryhling. while play
ing with its mother last Saturday, fell
and broke its left arm below the elbow.
County Treasurer Burrell and wife
drove down to Elk River Saturday and
visited their daughter, Mrs. Chas.
Babcock. They returned Sunday after
Miss Grace Norton, the daughter of
County Commissioner Norton, is rap
idly recovering at the Northwestern
hospital and will return home in about
a week.
Oliver Sawyer is building a new
house in the western part of the vil
lage where the Greenbushers are col
onizing. Mr. Sawyer has six boys who
will enter the Princeton schools.
Mrs. Henry Webster who, has been
visiting Mrs. F. M. Campbell, return
ed to Minneapolis this morning. Mr.
Webster came down on the morning
tram and accompanied her home.
We sell the Barney & Barry skates
the best made. Boys come and see our
nickle plated steel skates for $1.00.
They are bargains.
A. Z. Norton returned home from St.
Cloud Tuesday night for a short visit,
on account of illness of Mrs. Norton.
This is Mr. Norton's first trip home
since he went on duty at the reforma
tory at St. Cloud. He will return to
On Wednesday night of last week
while at the Woodman house south of
town Chas. Peterson broke his left
shoulder bono. It is said that he was
pulled off a chair and fell to the floor
with sufficient force to brake the bone.
Dr Tarbox set the broken bone and it
will be some time before Peterson will
have the use of his arm.
The New England supper given by
the Ladies' Aid No. 1, at the G. A. R.
hall last Tuesday night, was well pat
ronized and all the good things were
quicKly devoured. A sale of fancy
goods was held after the supper and
Dan Spaulding acted as auctioneer
Dan showed much familiarity with the
home-made handiwork and made quite
a success as auctioneer.
Tuesday afternoon while Mrs. Fred
Reem and sister were driving to the
brick yard the horse got frightened
and ran away, throwing the occupants
of the carriage to the ground with
much force. Mrs. Reem's little child
was in her arms at the time and it was
a wonder that none of them were not
seriously hurt. As it was Mrs. Reem
remained unconscious for over an hour
from the result of the fall.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of the Peterson Sanitarium in
this week's i&sue. Associated with
Dr. Armitage in this institution are
Dr. C. W. Bishop and Dr. F. W.
Wright. Dr. Bishop was for two years
in the Manhattan Eve and Ear hospital
in New York, while Dr. Wright, who
is demonstrator in anesthesia at the
Minnesota State University College of
Medicine, has recently returned from
Vienna, where he spent some time in
hospital work. The hospital is equip
ped for handling all kinds of cases.
Will sell my house and lot. Posses
sion may be had at once. Lot is outlot
No. 12 Dunham's addition.
Northern Pacific General Office Bldg
Cor Fourth and Broadway Sts, St Paul, Minn
To Cosgrove
Whereas a certain contract in writing-was
made and entered into between the St Paul &
Duluth Railroad Company, as party of the
first part, and you,"C M. Cosgrove, as party of
the second part, dated the 15th day of Decem
ber, A D. 1898, under and by the terms of which
contract the said party of the first part con
tracted and agreed to sell to you, the said
party pf the second part, upon payment by you
of certain sums of money and the performance
of certain conditions, the following described
lands to-wit Northwest quarter of the south
east Quarter (rmU of seM), of section No 35, in
township No 39 north of ranee No 26 west of
the 4th principal meridian, said lands being
situate the county of Mille Lacs and State of
Minnesota, and
Whereas, default has been made by you the
said party of the second part, in the perform
ance of the termsv-jand conditions of the said
contract, in this to-wit Failure to make pay
ments as per terms and conditions thereof and
Whereas, the Northwestern Improvement
Company, a corporation, has succeeded to the
rights of the said St. Paul & Duluth Railroad
Company under the said contract and the title
of the said St Paul & Duluth Railroad Company
and to the premises above described and,
Whereas, the said Northwestern Improve
ment Company is by the terms of said contract
by reason of saia default entited to declare a
forfeiture thereof and to declare the same
wholly null and void,
Now, therefore, you the said M. Cosgrove
are notified that the said Northwestern Im
provement Company does hereby elect to de
clare a forfeiture of the said contract and to de
clare the same wholly null and void, and to can
cel and terminate the said contract, and the
same is hereby forfeited, cancelled and termin
ated, as provided in said contract and pursuant
to the statute in such cases made and provided,
and such cancellation and termination will take
effect on the 6th day of January, 1902.
By P. W. WILSET, Ass't Land Commissioner.
Dated November 9th, 1901.
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$ Department Store.
Here you will find a complete line of
Fur Coats,
A .stylish assortment of Jackets and
Cloaks, at prices to suit all purses.
Separate Skirts $3.75 to $16.00.
Dressing Sacques, Fleeced lined Wrap
pers. A choice linexrf 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.
I 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,
need a wagon call in.
Wall Pape rat Hal Price
18c Paper for oc per roll. 8c Paper for 4c per roll.
10c Paper for 5c per roll. 5
Border to match paper, ceiling and price.
Tell us the size of your room and
costs to make your room look nice.
Corner Drug Store.
Manager. (The Corner Drug Store.)
Muffs. /f\
offices are over above store. Telephone 34.
Hours. 9 A. M. to 12 30 M. 2 M. to 6 P. M.
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The Reliable
Will be in Princeton at the Commercial Hotel, one day only,
Thursday, Nov. 28.
Parties troubled with failing vision, such as nearsightedness, cross-eyes, cataract,
astigmatism, blurring vision, and headache resulting from improper vision should not
fail to call and see him
Eyes examined free.
Special attention to children.
All glasses fitted by him that do not prove satisfactory can be exchanged free.
PROF. LEMONTREE expects to be at Princeton once each month in the future
and will endeavor to do justice to all his patients.
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