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R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms 1.00 per Tear.
W. P. CHASE,
flanager.
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CITIZENS STATE BANK.
OF PRINCETON, HINNESOTA.
Paid Up Capital
Surplus,
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I BANK O PRINCETON
J. J. SKAHEN, Cashier and Manager.
I Does a General Banking Business.
& Collecting and Farm and
Insurance. Village Loans. &
8 Railroad Lands i
4 Fine Hardwood Lands, Meadows and Open Lands, at
Low Prices and on Easy Terms, for sale by
2? The Great Northern and &
St. Paul & Duluth Railroad Companies.
For Maps, Prices, and any other information, QZ
write to 9
M. S. RUTHERFORD, S
Land Agent. Princeton, Minn,
Foley Bean Lumber
Company
Manufacturers and
Wholesale Dealers in
White Pine Lumber,
Lath and Shingles.
Also Sash, Doors, Mouldings and a Com
plete Stock of Building Material.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
BURRELL & CAMPBELL, Proprietors,
Princeton, Minnesota.
tikmaumm
$30,000
Siooo
A General Banking Business
Transacted
Loans Made on Approved Se
curity
Interest Paid on Time De
posits
Foreign
change
and Domestic Ex-
S. S. PETTERSON, Pres.
T. H. CALEY, Vice Pres.
G. A. EATON, Cashier.
PRINCETON.
MBltiMSSMlStBI jgagae|
NEW SPRING GOODS!
Choice patterns in
Prints, Percales
and Ginghams
Very pretty designs and goods
of the best wearing quality.
Gents Hats
New stock, latest, styles.
Stylish and Up-to-Date.
Our Grocery
Department
Includes a fine line, both staple
and fancy. Look over our stock.
John N. Berg.
Princeton, Minn.
$ NORTHWESTERN HOSPITAL
PRINCETON MINN 'Phone 63
Centrally located Apartments light well
heated and ventilated Trained nurses in at
tendance Operating room fitted with all mo
dern essentials for up-to-date surgery An in
stitution fully equipped with every appliance
and convenience for the care and treatment of
the Invalid and the Sick, as Electrical Appara
tus, Medical Baths, Massage, Swedish Move
ment etc
Contagious diseases not admitted -Charges
reasonable and according to needs of patient
HENRY C. COONEY, D.
Physician and Surgeon-in-Chief
A. Q. ALDRICH, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Miss WINIFRED VAN LOON, Superintendent
I Ladies!
Don't buy your spring and sum- i
buy your spring
mer goods, silks, shirt waists,
separate skirts, etc., until you
have examined our line.
Gentlemen!
Call and see our line of hats,
mackintoshes and rain coats
In Cambridge
21st to 28th
of each month,
office over
Gouldberg &
Anderson's store.
PRINCETON, MILLE LACS COUNTY, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1902.
1 GOO GAME OF BALI.
^'4
.\-i? rf I of Elk River and Princeton.
River TeamPrinceton Lads
Show Up Well.
While the Princeton high school"First
rvrT,of^ewondandhayesom X^^IS^.TJ^S players that are well seasoned.
tveth/t!
^Saturd
SubbW IT^Jt
fhePrlnceZh the field. boy
I- Save Your Money
by buying dry goods, and gro
ceries from
R. D. BYERS.I
Dr. C. F. Walker's
1 Dental Parlors 1
1 now located 1
in the
Oddfellow's
new building,
where
Dr. Walker
I will attend
I to his
1 Princeton
appointments
from the
ist to 20th
of each
month.
failedeto
make the
Davis was in the box for the Elks
and Holt, an old and experienced
catcher did service behind the plate.
The battery for the home team was
Shaw and Whitney. Sambo had been
troubled with a boil on one of his arms
for two days, but he managed to make
a very good showing before the visitors.
The field work of the Princeton
mna
boyJ
-J
movement looking to the selection of
Princetonnwas
started
tD
A Pfcetty and Well Played Game -of was talkenddover by and between T. P.
Ball Between High School Boys S?
,f
afy
at
Pla 1
atCommanderrf
Cer
TT *U*\T-
firStu1Qning*
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v ?n
JS'
the time-
Pythia Festival when the matte Bri S^e
th
a
ee
A Score of 5 to 4 in Favor of the Elk Princeton to hold the field day in their
midst. This invitation was promptly
accepted by the Brigade Commander,
The result of this conference was a
very cordial invitation from the
Knights Loyal, Knights and citizens of
on behalf of the Battalion, and an
nouncement is here made that the
Battalion (First Reeriment)
iii,t-nthatthefou
Thtrthriving
retired with honors at the close of the with the Knights to make this decid- ^cscTnlT T^t ZZ ^w
game which did not take only about ae edly a gala day. Capital Co. 13, St. "Znli A Barretto^Mi
8
At?
gthey
ubbing but the Elks found the mar-. Firsth andl Secondr Regiment, will be ino
rD
Nei
6
homl ?T
SCOre
whlleth
WMLvTt ^^core though ro the cities the press will extentT
Whitney got as far as third, where he the necessary advertising Princeton
cashed in his checks, Zeigel took first will put on a gala attire, and the whole $18- aUother ZVlt
intfdog trot, and Thompson and Farn- thing will be made such a Pythian l^'f^Iv*
ham made singles, while Kahher sent demonstration as has never been seen ho^ J2"W
up a sky rocket that was eaten up in in Minnesota, outside the cities. The
th
Cer
S
aD
jeM froe the Twin Cities, together with
special contemplatem that. encouraginThreports at th home plate train start fro St Pau
but went into the second innjng with
confidence. Palmer of the Elks sent a
ball toward first but Thompson let it
go by. Mills followed with a two-apolis,
bagger, but the next two Elks at the
bat-^ent balls out to the field and Cor
diner and Zeigel interrupted their
flight to earth. With Elks on second
and third bases Davis got beside the
plate and fanned out, and the Elks
went out to the field with a big round
figure to their credit Two of thetion.
Princeton bovs fanned out and Shaw
pounded out a grounder, but it beat
him to first. Cordiner took a prome
nade to first in this inning for his
health. In the third inning but one of
the Elks got as far as first. In this
inning the Princeton boys made two
scores. Whitney struck a puzzler
right-down in front of the plate and
g"o^ aWay lfi good "shape. Zeigel fol
lowed and with this starter the boys
made two scores before retiring The
fourth and fifth innings were blanks
for both &ides. Both innings were
^short and to the point When
theand
sixth inning opened the cry of
theder
Elks was '"tie the score" and they did
it and one better, making two in this
inning. The home team placed the
circle. In the seventh the \isitors
failed to bcore, and the home team did
likewise. In the eighth inning
thethe
Elks registered two and thePrinceton
boys one. The Princeton boys pre
vented the visitors from making a
score in the closing inning, and took
one themselves, Whitney managing to
run the bases and get in safe on
theyear:
plate. He started on his destination
to the music of a slow march to first,
and Zeigel went to bat and sent out a
ball that gave him first with no trouble.
Thompson followed with as good a
record and this filled the bags,
butthe
Whitney was the only one that could
be rescued before the deadly "three
out'' was announced.
on bases, but this they will acquire in Th matter o, arranging th premium
time. list was deferred for consideration later
ELE* ENTH ANNUAL, TAIR.
matter the game was free from rag with the object in view of arranging an T*
chewing and discord. There was the up-to-date and practical list of pre-
best of feeling, and the game was a miums. The new premium list will be
pretty one from the start. ready for distribution in two or three
The score by innings was as follows: weeks. __^_
PYTHIANS AT FBINCETOX.
Mille Lacs County Agricultural Society
Elects Officers and Makes Preliminary
Arrangements for the Fair Next Fall.
There was a very good attendance at
meeting of the Mille Lacs County
Agricultural society at the -village hall
last Thursday evening and the business
men manifested considerable interest
in the next county fair. The following
officers were elected for the ensuing
C. A. Jack, president M. S.regarding
Rutherford, vice president T. F.erty,
Scheen, secretary L. S. Briggs, treas
urer. E. M. Farnham, E. M. Chap
man and D. H. McCuaig were chosen
a board of directors with the officers of
society as ex-officio members. The
report of the secretary was read and
approved. This report was printed
in the UNION some time ago. The total
cash collections at the last fair were
$1,060.19, while the total expenses
amounted to $857.01, leaving a balance
on hand of $203.18 as a starter for the
next fair.
The officers of the society met on
Monday night of this week and decided
to hold the fair this year on September
18,19 and 20.
Th\
was very good considering the time retary were appointed a committee to ,.inrn,
they .have been practicing. Some of confer with the merchants regarding
v i f.
VOLUME XXYI. NO. 20.
ASSESSORSAT WORE
They Start in to Make a Li?t of Your
Worldly Effects, Both Real
and Personal.
A Slight Advance in Values on Per-
sonal PropertyRealty Values
Practically the Same.
Thez inquisitive^ compan boys^ missed by one score oTmaking Field Day and PythL Reun on'wi fo^^^^ZTlT
the game a tie with the Elk River be held at Princeton onrThursday, i IJZZlt 7 I
high School nine on the fair grounds June 5th 1902. The business men 5 ZZZ alit oiNuftht^nte^'
last Saturday afternoon, the home team tha town have -joined hands
z^sxsz s"*y.sall
ert
hitne
assessors will
rfii
^^s:^2^^^: EEL^^s.r^
*n*M, 1
est to the assessors and the
wh
$2
president and sec
it.. 1 1. a \T., In view of the fact thahte our supremea4n1nAhtt
the boys are a little slow in their work special prizes to be offered exhibitors.
..e
Harold Dewing of Elk River umpired on, and the secretary will communicate KTf taxes due pon
the game and there was no trouble with other fair associations through-
whatever over his decisions. For that out the State regarding premium lists
Elk River 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0-5 Pointer for Candida. "Til ^t'v
PriD 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 11-4 Candidates for county officers, this
oe+e a
June stn will be Pythian Field Day at in their hate: The priory
Princeton and it win be a Gala Day-A election this year will be held Tues-y -^iL-
Bie Time Anticipated. day, September 16. At least twenty
The "field days" of the Uniform days before the date of such primary! Z, ^f^
Rank in Minnesota, of which mention or'on or before Aug. 27, eack candidate
has already been made, are gradually must file with the county auditor the state Music Teachers' Association.
shaping themselves. pr0
Princeton was the first town to re- positing $10.' The auditor then makes Music Teachers' association will be
spond to the field day movement and up the ballots with the names of the held at the Central Presbyterian
extend the necessary invitation to hold candidates thereon, and copies thereof church at St. Paul on. May 19 and 20.
the event in that city. Mille Lacs must be published tn the official paper The aim of the association is to bring
Co. 3, of Princeton, is attached to and of the county twice before holding the all in touch with the best in art and to
is apart of the first battalion of the primary election. If the office is for promote a good feeling and comrade-
First Regiment, the other companies more than one county filing must be ship among members. Miss Jennie
being: North Star Co. 1, Unity Co. 4, made with the secretary of state, the Pinch, Raudenbush Hall, St. Paul, is
and Nora Co. 12, of Minneapolis. The fee being $20. secretary
ag
the
at about 9 o'clock A. M. St. Paul visi
tors will march from the Company
armory to the depot, while the Minne
contingent will form at
theper
Masonic Temple and march to the
Union Depot, where they will join
their St. Paul brethren on the special,
arriving at Princeton at about the
noon hour. In the afternoon will oc
cur the Battalion parade and review,
followed by Battalion drill and inspec
Subordinate lodges will prob
ably be invited to participate in the
parade, the whole making a demon-"
stration that will mean one of the big
ges things of its kind that has been
seen in this section for along time.
The evening at Princeton will be de
voted to receptions, a social session
and grand union meeting of Pythian
hosts. The announcement thus early
made will give ample time' lor ~alr
necessary preparation, and the Ad
vocate hopes to see eVery interest and
energy united in the effort to make
this event one of decided importance,
a "big thing" for the Pythian Or
Pythian Advocate.
DS
I law had never been enacted. (See sec-
ETM?"l
fixed
the P. band, and many of the good shape. Variousthem matters of inter
audt
S ^odinate lodges will
omlr^wli er
hrse
Siv
5 ue
^^ted special train will be run three ^ars old and over, $10,e$16U and
!e^
countyoffic
ill out i-n
established: On
talke
over
a
on
an
a
0
$3 0 re Spe ctively
PJ,tt1 ana
Th
foow
an
one and twoyearSd
Q. o.
cama
es
court on Apri1mA
ClrAC
4* *u 4, u IT^edemptioa Ironr tax sales heretofore
hel
slei
3
3
hs
bicycles,' or other vehicles, of what
ever kind, $10 sewing and knitting
machines. $5 watches and clocks, $2
melodeons and organs, $15 pianos, $60.
Dogs will be put down at $5, and bees
will be assessed on a valuation of $1
swarm.
The following are the gentlemen who
will interview you and try and do the
square thing so that the equalization
boards will not have a lot of difficult
work on hand: Bogus Brook, M. C.
Thorning Borgholm, Chas. E. New
berg: East Side, Peter Sehlin: Fores
ton Village, Chas. Freer Greenbush,
C. C. Ross Isle Harbor, J. Haggberg
Milo, John Pitmon Milaca Village, A.
J. Barrett Milaca, Chas. Swanson
Onamia, M. E. Olson Princeton, Louis
Rust Princeton Village, F. C. Cater
Robbins, C. N. Archer: South Harbor,
G. Wilkes Page, Guy Butterfield.
Mr. Barrett, who will assess prop
el ty in the village of Milaca, was away
last Saturday, and was unable to be
present with the rest of the assessors,
and Mr. Olson of Onamia had a hard
time of it trying to get here. He
missed the stage and started to walk
down, but the storm- interfered, and
when he got to Milaca he just mibsed
the train, but showed up Monday at
the county auditor's office Mr. Bar
rett came down Tuesday and was fatted
out.
TAX JUDGMENT SALES.
The State Auditor Issues Instructions to
County Auditors and Calls Attention to
a Recent Supreme Court Decision.
State Auditor Dunn has issued a cir
cular to county auditors of the State
the sale of absolute prop.
giving instructions in line with
the recent supreme court decision re
garding payment of current taxes on
delinquent property. The circular is
as follows:
All tracts of real estate sold to an
actual purchaser, or bid in for the
State at the tax judgment sale to be
held the second Monday in May, 1902,
and yearly thereafter, are to be treated
in all respects as provided in chapter
2, General Laws Extra Session, 1902.
All tracts of real estate sold to an
actual purchaser or bid in for the
State at the tax judgment sales in 1901
and prior years, should be disposed of
in all respects in accordance with the
former law, the same as if the 1902
Qfi
tlo Mnmt.
I
cha 2, General Laws, 1902.)e
*ue 4 1902 in th case o.
etmn!o
ld
th
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a p.
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tory'
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fofm.tev
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5l
relal
dl
rect0n
a
t Property are rescinded
contained in this
in8lfuctl0n-
f"8
wfl
state
la
year, should cut out the followin and 7 *,T I i
nast it in thrfr ht.: Th ^H! redemption fronr tax salts heretofore
nd eorrflwf
audltoru 101
cha
per affidavit, at the same time de- The first annual meeting of the State
or which
disposed of by the state
nni1
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