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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, August 14, 1902, Image 5

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If you are in need of first-class oil for
your cream separator call at Caley
Hardware Co.'s store. Just received
the finest made.
Frank T. White was up from Elk
River last week on professional busi
ness, and matters connected with his
candidacy for the State senate.
Doc Wilson was down from Mille
Lacs lake over Sunday, returning Mon
day He intends to go into northern
Minnesota to do some prospecting for
some land men.
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
Swan Olson who went to Sweden last
spring, returned home last Thursday
night He says that he had a fine time
visiting his folks and old friends in
Sweden and enjoyed his trip very
much.
Mrs. McMitchell and cousin, Miss
Laggett, of Canada, who have been
visiting with County Commissioner
McCool and wife, left last week via the
lakes for Detroit where they will visit
relatives
Chocolate,
for instance.
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To know how excellent our soda is, suppose you test
our chocolate. Most people like chocolate, most can
judge quality.
The making of a perfect chocolate syrup is a lot of
trouble. Costs considerable, too a fine flavored, solu
ble, free-from-grease chocolate is expensive.
We pay a fancy price for ours and would pay more
if we could get better. And we take the trouble to use
it rightly. The same regard for quality marks our
soda service throughout.
Mrs Emmet Mark, and Miss Sadie
Mark, a sister of Hon. Emmet Mark,
left last Friday for a trip around Mille
Lacs lake. From the lake they will go
to Brainerd where they will visit Abe
Mark and family
S. B. Terwilligar was down from
Cove last week doing business at
the judge of probate's office Mr. Ter
willigar is the administrator of his
father's estate He has some land in
the vicinity of Cove that he is selling.
The regular and special premiums
that are offered by the fair association
of Mille Lacs county this year amount
to $600, $130 of which is for special
pri/es offered by the merchants. The
purses offered for races and other
sporting events amount to $1,000.
Martin Kaliher who has been in
Litchfield for some time studying with
an optician and jeweler came home
last week and remained over Sunday.
He left Monday for Lakota, N. D.,
where he will engage in his profession.
His friends here wish him good luck.
Owing to adverse winds and other
delays the steamboat excursion around
Mille Lacs lake that was advertised to
occur this week has been postponed
until further announcement. The ex
cursion will come off, as was announced,
but the date will necessarily be a little
later.
C. A. JACK,
THE DRUGGIST.
Of Interest
from various sources.
George I Staples is the only 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
Leave your orders for milk and cream
at Walker's
Dr. G. Ross Caley has been elected
second lieutenant of Co. G.
FOR SALEHousehold furniture. In
quire of MRS HATTIE E. COWLES.
Attorney Keith was confined to his
home the latter part of last week with
illness.
Attorney Foster was down from
Milaca last Saturday on some legal
busineess.
Postmaster Cordiner went to south
ern Wisconsin Monday to spend a few
days at his old home.
S. P. Babb is completing a very
commodious and comfortable farm
house down at Spencer Brook.
he town board of Princeton looked
over the route of the new road that the
board was petitioned to open by Chas.
Steeves and others and decided not to
open the road, as the damages that
would have to be paid in opening the
road would amount to more than the
benefits that would accrue from the
opening of the road. The road was to
start from the quarter post of the west
line of section 25 and end at the Jonas
Hill place.
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Carpets, rugs and lace curtains in
stock at R. D. Byers.
Dr. F. L. Small, resident dentist, of
fices in Caley building, over Anderson's
new store.
Marvin and Leslie Nickerson of Cy
rus, Minn., are visiting their aunt,
Mrs. F. E Patterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilkins of Min
neapolis spent Sunday and Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. Wright.
S. A. Nabel and son were over the
last of the week making" some repairs
on the Northeastern telepone lines.
Mrs. C. Tryon, clairvoyant, gives
readings daily, holds dime circles
Wednesday evenings at Lin wood cot
tage.
County Commissioner Norton passed
through Princeton last Monday on his
way home from a trip to Renville
county.
Sheriff Claggett and wife spent a few
days at Mille Lacs lake the past week.
Ed drove down from Vineland Tuesday,
reaching Princeton for supper.
The stone for the foundation to the
new bank and postoffice building is on
the ground, and the work of excavat
ing for the postoffice building has com
menced.
Secretary Scheen of the fair associa
tion is receiving many inquiries about
the Mille Lacs county fair, and he is
taking particular pains to post all on
the big event.
T. J. Warren came down from Shak
opee lake Tuesday. He brought down
several fine samples of apples grown on
his place and they would be hard to
beat anywhere.Milaca Times.
All kinds of insurance at my agency
in I. O. O. F. block. Fire and light
ning, wind storm, hail, accident and
sick are among the lines I carry.
GUY EWING, Agent.
Mrs. Plummer of Princeton was a
passenger on the stage last Saturday
returning home after a visit with her
son Jesse Plummer and family south
of Cambridge.Isanti County Press
Mrs. W. A. Gerrish who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Ferrell
foi some time, left for home Tuesday.
Dr. Gerrish, who came down from En
derlin, a few days ago, accompanied
her
When building be sure and use the
famous North Star Zenith wall plaster,
as hard as rock and as pormanent as
time itself. Makes a wall fire, water,
wind and bug proof. B. D. Grant,
sole agent. tf
Mrs. Ellen Howard, mother of Mrs.
Cooper, has moved here from Prince
ton and will have charge of the culin
ary department at the Pioneer. Her
son and daughter, Guy and Birdie, will
also assist in the hotel. Isanti News.
Commissioners McCool, Libby and
Deans met at Mike Drew, Monday to
receive bi&afor building three miles
of road just north of that place toward
the lake. Only two firms put in bids
and their figures ranged from $400 to
$500 per mile. The board considered
the bids as being too high and rejected
them. Bids will be advertised for
again in the near future.Milaca
Times.
Henry Newbert was one of the early
birds on the potato market which
opened last Monday, He was the sec
ond arrival on the market and he
broughtin eight bushels from his potato
patch adjoining his house where he in
tends to build the new house for Attor
ney McMillan. Mr. Newbert said that
his crop did remarkably well consider
ing the attention that was paid it dur
ing the season.
There is talk of a fine steamboat for
Mille Lacs lake in another season.
Parties are figuring with a boat builder
at Hastings for the construction of a
large steamer with a steel hull 100 feet
long, the boat to be equipped with all
modern improvements and to be lighted
with electric lights, and electric search
lights fore and aft. A well equipped
boat of this character will be needed
on the lake as soon as the railroad
reaches there which will be some day,
anyway.
PRINCETON UNION:
Dr. Tarbox returned from Morris
yesterday.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid met at
the parsonage yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kaliher visited
relatives in Milaca this week.
Miss Louisa Zimmer of Granite Falls
is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. N. Len
ertz.
C. S. Neumann, Sr., of Foreston is
visiting his son, Dr. Neumann, and
family.
Chas. H. Rines is having the row of
tall poplar trees around his residence
cut down.
Some of the walks about town are
getting in very bad shape and need
looking after.
Register of Deeds Chapman has filed
his affidavit as a candidate for renomi
nation for register of deeds
The Commercial Hotel Co. has de
cided to make the south annex to the
hotel three stories instead of two.
Miss Ella Hinrichs and mother of
Chicago who have been visiting at
Henry Heitman's returned home yes
terday.
Miss Ruth Barker, daughter of Sen
ator Barker of Cambridge, visited with
her cousins, the D. Byers children,
the past week.
Mrs. Richardson of Minneapolis,
spent a few days with her cousin, Miss
Bertha Woodcock, and other relatives
the past week.
C. A. Jack went to the twin cities
last Friday and ran down to North field
and remained over Sunday. He re
turned with Mrs. Jack Monday.
Schmidt Bros, unloaded a fine new
traction engine and threshing machine
to-day. The farmers will think there
is a circis coming when they see it.
The Princeton ball team will go to
Foley next Sunday for a game with the
nine of that town. Hammerel will
pitch for Princeton. Au revoir, Foley.
Mrs. S. M. Byers and her sister, Mrs.
Edgar Heath of Laue Minnetonka,
have been visiting with their brother,
H. P. Stanchfield and family at Fores
ton.
N. A. Cathern of Illinois is visiting
his sister, Mrs. A. L. VanWormer and
other relatives in this vicinity. He
belonged to the Twelfth regiment Ills,
volunteers
If you want your wet meadows drained
and made as dry as the rest of your
farm Ben Soule can do a thorough job
for you. Call on or address him at
Princeton, Minn.
While the Cambridge nine was prac
ticing last Sunday at the fair grounds
Walter Magnus of Cambridge was hit
almost on the mouth by a ball and his
lips were badly cut.
The premium lists for the Mille Lacs
county fair are now ready and parties
who desire copies of the same can be
supplied by calling upon or writing the
secretary, T. F. Scheen.
At the meeting last Monday night of
Co. the following new members were
added to the rolls of the company:
Richard Rosin, Paul Reissig, Markie
Newman, Chas. Pinz and Orvie More
house.
Anfin Rockstad has gone on a two
weeks' vacation to his home in Wash
burn, Wis. He took the train for Elk
River Tuesday and from there rode his
wheel to Minneapolis where he took
the train for Washburn.
Builder,
If you are going to plaster your home
don't loose sight of the famous Kallo
lite plaster, it will make 3 ou a good
wall and last a life time. For sale by
CALEY HARDWARE CO.
A hot game of ball was reported from
Wyanett last Sunday. The Stanch
field boys and a team made up of some
of the old Oxbows played the game,
the game resulting in a score of fifteen
to sixteen in favor of the Stanchfield
nine.
T. D. Glidden of Enderlin, N. D.,
was in Princeton over Sunday and
while here closed a deal with Jaax &
Newbert for renting the old Head store
which he will fit up for a bakery and
lunch room. Mr. Glidden sold out his
business at Enderlin and thinks Prince
ton is a good place for his business.
He is said to be a first-class baker and
candy maker.
There are quite a number of boys
about town who are in the habit of
playing around the cars when the
freight train is at the station switch
ing. The boys have been warned away
a good many times by the train crews
and the village marshal, and if the
lads insist on playing about the cars
some of them will get hurt. Parents
should instruct their boys to keep away
from such dangerous places.
State Auditor Dunn and family are
having an enjoyable time at the
McKenzie farm at Spencer Brook. Mr.
Dunn says he intends to make the most
of his three weeks' vacation and he
absolutely refuses to discuss politics,
even with his closest old-time friends.
The telephone in the store at Spencer
Brook enables Mr. Dunn to keep in
close touch with the State auditor's
office in St. Paul,
RSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1902.
Call on Guy Ewing for hail insur
ance, Odd Fellow's Block.
The Methodist Sunday school will
picnic at Elk lake to-morrow.
The Dorcas society was entertained
"by Mrs. John Hatch yesterday after
noon.
Miss Mary Cheney of Minneapolis
has been visiting her friend, Miss Edna
Whitney.
Charley Malone was down from Mille
Lacs lake the latter part of last week
and remained over Sunday.
Geo. A. Brasie of Monticello was in
Princeton last week looking up life
insurance business in this vicinity.
Miss Tennie Cravens has been ap
pointed teacher of the Seventh grade
in the public schools of Windom, Minn.
John Norgren of Glendorado is at
the Northwestern hospital being
treated for inflammation of the knee
joint.
Mr. and Mrs. Dinsmor of Minne
apolis were the guests of Mrs. M. E.
Jones for a few days last week. They
returned home last Saturday.
The summer training school closed
last Saturday, and the teachers have
hiked away to get a brief outing be
fore school opens for the fall term.
The Princeton ball team will give a
dance at the opera house on the even
ing of Friday, Aug. 22. There will be
good music and refreshments. Tickets
$1.00.
N. C. Kelly left last week for south
ern Minnesota where he will organize
new camps for the Woodmen. He has
just finished instituting camps at Cove
and Onamia.
Chas. H. Rines intends to have a hot
water heating plant placed in his
house. Several other residents of
Princeton are figuring on the same
improvements
Mrs. F. L. Frye and son and daughter
of Elk River and Mrs. Herbert John
son of Stillwater spent Saturday and
Sunday with their brother, G. I.
Staples and family.
The road scraper was taken to the
fair grounds yesterday and put to
work fixing up the race track. The old
track will need considerable attention
to put it in good shape for the races.
Prof. H. E. White, who has been in
attendance at the summer school at
Sauk Centre as one of the instructors,
returned home yesterday. Mrs. White
and son will not return tor a few days.
The Young Ladies' Sodality of the
Catholic church will give an ice cream
social on the lawn at the residence of
J. J. Skahen, Tuesday evening, Aug.
19th. Every one is cordially invited.
Kaliolite Plaster.
The Caley Hardware Co. just un
loaded a car load of this famous plaster
and will sell it to you at the right
price. When plastering call in and
get our prices.
Ben Soule desires to announce that
he is prepared to ditch and drain
swamps and wet meadows. He has a
good ditching outfit and can give satis
faction. Call on or address him at
Princeton, Minn.
Mrs. John C. Hatch gave a dinner
yesterday in honor of Mrs. Olive R.
Barker. There were eleven ladies
present, all old time friends of Mrs.
Barker. Mrs. A. J. Barrett and Mrs.
Campbell of Milaca were among those
present.
It will be "free 'bus to the Commer
cial hotel" in the future. Yesterday
the Commercial Hotel Co. bought the
'bus of Dune McCuaig and commencing
to-day the hotel will operate the "bus
line. The traveling public will appre
ciate the change.
Last Tuesday John Wilhelm, head
brick burner for the Farnham Brick
Co., had the big finger of his right
hand badly bruised while handling a
bunch of edgings at the kilns. He
was brought to Princeton where his
hand was dressed. He will be laid up
a few days on account of the injury.
Dr. C. S. Neumann has bought of
Frank Campbell a quarter section of
wild land in the town of Greenbush,
the price paid being $4,000. The land
is the southeast quarter of section 14.
Mr. Campbell bought this land about
a year ago and paid $17 an acre for it.
Hon. H. E. Craig drove up from Or
rock last Tuesday on private business
and to meet a lot of his old friends
here. Mr. Craig is the only farmer
candidate on the legislative ticket in
this district. He is well known over
most of the district and here in Prince
ton he is considered as a home man,
and will receive as hearty support as a
home man could expect to receive.
A very pleasant birthday surprise
party was given by Mrs. Rose Patter
son last night at her home in honor of
Miss Mabel Evans. As twilight gath
ered the house and lawn were lighted
up in a manner that suggested hospi
tality and sociability. Sunflower and
asparagus decorations were pretty to
kens of the season's greetings. The
guests present numbered about fifty.
The evening was pleasantly spent with
games, music and dancing, and Miss
Evans was the recipient of many birth
day tokens from her friends.
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Are You Ready?
Late summer and early
fall evenings demand
Light-Weight Overcoats.
Jesmer's
Department
Store.
ADMIT OF NO
Superiors, and
acknowledge no Equals
in our magnificent dis
play of New Styles and
Shapes in
Ladies' and Misses9
Shoes!
Our stock is now filled
with choice lines in all
the prevailing styles,
specially purchased to
meet the known wants
of this community.
Wide range for selec
tion. Newest and most
exclusive styles. All
widths and sizes.
N. E. JESMER.
DeereVehiclesare All Right!
In order to make room for a carload
of Heaters and Cook Stoves.
Our new goods are here. Some
are beauties, and the surprising
thing is they don't cost much.
You will be interested in the
Fashionable Top Coats we are
making for $20.00.
L. Fryhling,
THE TAILOR.
We will sell our entire stock of open and top buggies,
including a full line of Thompson & Sons, at greatly
reduced prices. Call at once and look our lines over, we
are sure we can please you.
Caley Hardware Co.
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O. H. BUCK,
Blacksmith,
All kinds of Blacksmithing neatly
and promptly done. I make a
specialty of
HORSESHOEING and
PLOW WORK.
First street
-953
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PRINCETON.
FRANK PETERSON N, NELSON
PETERSON 81IELS0I,
Blacksmiths
and wagon makers.
Plow repairing a specialty at this
time of the year.
Satisfaction also guaranteed in all other
lines of our business.
Shops next to Starch Factory,
Princeton, Minn.
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