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To vote for a person, mark across (X),
in the square at the right of the name of
the person for whom you desire to vote. )C
Congressman 8tn Cong'l District Vo te for One
J. ADAM BEDE
WILLIAM D. EDSON
dJL.00.Ej Xu. JUiJUijlOUJM
Senator 45th senatorial District Vo te for one
HENRY F. BARKER
FRANK T. WHITE
Representatives 45th District Vote for Thr ee
E CTRA TO 1
LEWIS ERICKSON
EMMET MARK
T. G. MCLEAN
County Auditor Vote for One
E. E. WHITNEY
County Treasurer Vote for One
K. H. BURRELL
Register of Deeds Vote for One
E. M. CHAPMAN
To vote for a person, mark a cross (x),
in the square at the right of the name of
the person for whom you desire to vote.
Co. Sup't of Schools Vote for One
TENNIE CRAVENS
C. W. VANWORMER
T. F. NORTON,
Real Estate,
Loans and Insurance.
COVE, MINN.
I have 100 good business lots for sale at this
place at reasonable prices, also lots, blocks,
and acres suitable for summer homes on
Murray Beach,
affording a mile of beautiful sandy beach with
fine shady drives through large oak, maple,
birch, and basswood timber, on the south
shore of
Beautiful Mille Lacs Lake,
the geographical center of Minnesota and the
future great health and summer resort of the
northwest. I also have some fine
Timber and Meadow Lands
in Mille Lacs and adjoining counties, and im
proved lands near to school, church, and store.
The Mille Lacs Country
offers all the advantages of the far frontier in
cheap lands and business opportunities, and
yet we are in the very heart of the State.
WRITE FOR PRICES.
The Most Perfect
BLOOD
PURIFIER
That Can Be Found Is
MATT.J.JOHHSOHS
60ft
cures all kinds of blood trouble. Livet
and Kidney trouble, Catarrah and Rheu
matism, by acting on the blood, liver and
kidneys, by purifying the blood, and con*
tains medicines that pass off the im
purities.
For Sale taut Guaranteed Only By
C. A. JACK, Druggist
PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT
REPUBLICAN PARTY
List of Candidates for Nomination to be Voted for in
FOURTH COMMISSIONER DISTRICT
Mille Lacs County, State of Minnesota.
E. D. CLAGGETT
11.. IVllijlUlN
a. C. COONEY
w. :s
Burlington
Reclining Chair Cars
Are in service on all our through
passenger trains. They are the
most roomy and comfortable that
can be built.
The aisles are carpeted.
The chairs are luxuriously
upholstered. Toilet rooms
are provided at each end
of the car. Are lighted by
gas (on the Limited by
electricity), and heated by
steam in cold weather.
A porter is in attendance to care
for the comfort of passengers.
It would seem that you could
travel very comfortable in one
of these cars, would it not?
ASK YOUR HOME AGENT
O MAKE YOUR TICKET
READ THIS LINE.
For Sale.
80-aere farm/ with house, and forty
acres of good wild land. This property
is a bargain and can be bought right.
ERICK SWAN,
Box 70, Princeton.
County Auditor.
To vote for a person, mark across (X),
in the square at the right of the name of
the person for whom you desire to vote-
Sheriff Vote for One
County Attorney Vote for One
M. L. CORMANY 1
CHARLES A. DICKEY
W. S. FOSTER
Judere of Probate \Tn.+a. *v On^
A "NT A CnTiT-NT
C. W. VANWORMER
PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT FOR WOMEN
REPUBLICAN PARTY
List of Candidates for Nomination to be Voted for in
Mille Lacs County, State of Minnesota.
1
County Surveyor Vote for One
Coroner Vote for One
Co. Sup't of Schools Vote for 0
TENNIE CRAVENS
ne
CountyCommissioner 4th District Vo te tor O ne
E. I. DAVIS
County Auditor.
To vote for a person, mark across (x),
in the square at the right of the name of
the person for whom you desire to vote.
AND FEED BARN.
E. D. CLAQGETT, Prop.
Princeton, Minn.
Single and Double Rigs
at a rioments' Notice.
Commercial Travelers' Trade a Specialty.
FarmersJ^now
The quality of barley used in making
HAMM'S
BEE
None but the best could mike so
good a brew Supplied by agate
everywhere, or 1KE0. ttAAft
BREWING CO., St Piul,
THEPKINCETON UNION: THUESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 11, 1902.
To vote for a person, mark across (X),
in the square at the right of the name of
the person for whom you desire to vote.
J. ADAM BEDE
WILLIAM D. EDSON
JESSE L. JELLISON
senator 45th senatorial District Vote for O ne
HENRY F. BARKER
FRANK T. WHITE
Representatives 45th District Vote for Thr ee
H. E. CRAIG
LEWIS ERICKSON
EMMET MARK
T. G. MCLEAN
County Auditor Vote for One
E. E. WHITNEY
County Treasurer Vote for One
K. H. BURRELL
Register of Deeds Vote for One
E. M. CHAPMAN
Congressman 8th Cong'l District Vote for One
CHARLES D'AUTREMONT, JR.
MARCUS L. FAY
PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT
REPUBLICAN PARTY
List of Candidates for Nomination to be Voted for in
FIRST, SECOND, THIRD AND FIFTH COMMISSIONER DISTRICTS
Mille Lacs County, State of Minnesota.
,^^^v
Ix
Congressman 8th Cong'l District Vo te fore)ne
i
To vote for a person, mark a cross (x).
in the square at the right of the name of
the person for whom you desire to vote. 3C
Corn Meal
And
Carpet Tacks
E. D. CLAGGETT
Are articles which can be gotten at any
grocery store. It isn't at every grocery
however, that you can get the thousand
and one little articles which add to the
comfort and convenience of every day
living. We aim to keep everything you
may need in groceries. Our guarantee
goes with every article sold.
Hominy Grits, per package
Mother's Oats, per package
Hasty Jellicon, per package
Junket Tablets, per package
Whole Wheat Flour, 12 pounds for..
India Relish, per bottle
Chow Chow, per bottle
Sweet Pickles, per bottle
Sour Pickles, per bottle
Olives, per bottle
Prepared Mustard, per bottle.
Wafer Sliced Beef in glass
English Luncheon Sausage, per can
Vienna Sausage in Kraut, per can...
AT- 1
c, Rural 39
WALKERS
PROMPT DELIVERY. Take
A Bellows
when you get home
with that bulk coffee
and blow the dirt and flies and
foreign substances out of it. Then
open a package of
Lion Coffee
see how clean and fresh it looks
and note its rich aroma.
The sealed package Insures nniform ouUlty.
Counts Auditor.
To vote for a person, mark across (X),
in the square at the right of the name of
the person for whom you desire to vote.
Sheriff Vote for One
County Attorney Vote for One
M. L. CORMANY
CHARLES A. DICKEY
W. S. FOST ER
Judge of Probate Vote for One
B. M. VANALSTEIN
County Surveyor Vote for One
E. V. MILTON
Coroner Vote for One
H. C. COONEY 1
TENNIE CRAVENS
C. W. VANWORMER
PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT
DEMOCRATI PARTY
List of Candidates for Nomination to be Voted for in
Mille Lacs County, State of Minnesota.
i
Co. Sup't of Schools Vote for One
County Auditor.
To vote for a person, mark a cross (x),
in the square at the right of the name of
the person for whom you desire to vote. -X
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
ROSS CALEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON.
Office and Residence over Jack's Drug Store.
Tel.Rural, 36.
Princeton,
JLVERO L. MCMILLAN,
Minn_
LA WYES.
Office in Odd Fellows' Building.
Princeton, Minn.
J.A.
ROSS,
Oc
12c
Oc
lOc
40c
25e 22c
Oc Oc Oc
lOc 28c
Oc
12c
ATTOBNEY AT LAW.
Office in Carew Block,
Main Street. Princeton.
BUSINESS CARDS.
J^ALIHER & SMITH,
BARBEB SHOP & BATH BOOMS.
A fine line of Tobacco and Cigars.
Main Street, Princeton.
A. ROSS,
UNDEBTAKEB.
Coffins and Caskets, from the cheapest to the
best grades always on hand.
An embalming fluid used which brings dis
colored corpses back to natural color.
Alsodealer in granite and marble monuments.
Princeton
C. SMITH,
Minn
Dealer in
FBESH AND SALT MEATS,
Lard, Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Telephone 51.
Princeton,
I V. WICKLUND~
mrin
a
a JiEEL
"end, dress and keep
UNDEBTAKEB and EMBALMEB
fJ&,
ad
from discoloring, acute infectious diseased
bodies until time for funeraL
Coffins and caskets always on hand.
Also a full line of granite and marble monu
ments Telephone call 52.
Office Main street. Princeton, Minn.
FOR SALE.A few buggies and har
nesses. Also a few good drivers.
E D. CLAGGETT.
$s
THE COLLECTOR WHO KNEW
A Illustration of the Danger of Be
ing Too Self Confident.
"The trouble with you fellows is
you want things, but you know noth
ing about 'em. You come over here
and carry home a lot of truck that a
European collector wouldn't give
house room, and when you see a really
good thing you don't know it, or you
won't pay a price for it unless some
dealer makes you. You see, you don't
know that's whafs the matter how
can you? Nobody in America wanted
antiques before the Centennial. If
you'd lived here twenty years, like me,
you'd learn something, you'd find out
that collecting isn't a thing of money,
but knowing."
We had been walking in Venice
down a narrow calle while the collect
or was speaking. "Look at that old
brass stale," he resumed, pointing to a
fish stall in the little outdoor market
on which we had just emerged.
"There's a gem, not very old, but of
the finest seventeenth century Venetian
work. If you saw that in a New York
dealer's, all cleaned up, you'd give up
a good deal for it but you'd 'a' passed
it by a dozen times if I hadn't spoken
about it. See that old junk stand over
there? I never pass a thing like that.
You can never tell what you may pick
upif you only know."
We had scarcely reached the stand
when the collector thrust out his hand
with the swiftness of a hawk darting
on its prey, and swooped upon a little
jewel box.
"Carnelian! Russian, I should say,
from the Ural mountains. It's not of
great value, but it's a pretty little
thing, if it was cleaned up. It's mine,
anyway." To the keeper of the stall:
"Quanto?"
The Venetian slowly uncoiled him
self and came down from the church
steps, where he had been sleeping.
"Does the signore want the pretty
trifle? The signore knows its value
better than I, and he'll be generous?"
"I'll give you a lira for it It isn't
worth it, but one mustn't be hard with
the poor."
"I had hoped I should get five!"
"Well, I'll make it two."
"It is the signore's."
"There, you see!" exultingly chuckled
the collector. "Thaf what it is to
know. An exquisite carnelian Russian
jewel casket for 40 cents! You'd never
have thought of looking among a lot
of rusty old iron for a thing like that,
would you?"
While speaking he held the box with
a miser's clutch.
"May I see it, please?"
He reluctantly handed it to me as
though fearing I might make a sud
den dash down the calle with his treas
ure.
"Phew!" said 1 contemptuously,
handing the box back to him. "It's not
carnelian at all. It's glass, nothing but
glass."
"Glass!" drawing a magnifier from
his waistcoat pocket and mutely ex
amining the purchase "I'mI'm
afraidit is!" he said sheepishly.
"Of course it is."
"Idon't know," sadly. "Yes, ft is
glass! You see, it's so dirty. Oh, wefl,
.we all make mistakes at times. Do
you want it?" disgust taking the piaoe
of sadness. "You can have it for a
quarter."
"Well, I guess it's svorth a quarter*"'
I think my eyes must have snaprad,
"Yes."
And that is how an almost unique
example of the cinque cento came into
my collection of Venetian glass.New
York Post.
Honesty I Perfection.
To find honesty in its full perfection
it is said that one must go to the
Welsh colliers of the Ogmore valley,
who travel by a workmen's train which
runs from Maesteg to Abergwynfi ev
ery morning and returns in the even
ing. There are heavy penalties for
taking pipes and matches down the
pit, so when the train reaches its des
tination in the morning every smoker
lays his pipe on the seat, and when he
returns in the evening it is exactly
where he left it. During the day the
coaches are shunted to a siding, the
doors are not locked, but there is no
single instance of a pipe having been
stolen.London Answers.
A Pit Subject.
Mrs. De JarrIs there an idiot asy
lum near here?
Mr. De JarrI believe so.
"Do they take people on their own
recommendation?"
"My stars! How should I know?
Why?
"Oh, nothing, only today I got hoM
of a package of my old love letters."
New York Weekly.
A Friend I Need.
WederlyDid I understand yon to
say that Enpeck is a relative of yours?
SingletonYou did. He's my step
friend by marriage.
WederlyStepfriend! Why, how's
that?
SingletonHe stepped in and doped
with the girl I was engaged to Ex
change.
is Locnst.
"O'Brien siz he bos bin carryirf the
Same stick iver since he bos bin on
the force."
"How long hos thot bin?"
"Sivintane years."
"Bedad, ut must be a sivintane year
locust!"Philadelphia Record.
A Musical Accompaniment.
"Don't you think Will has a mortal
laugh?"
"Indeed I do! I notice be always
laughs when you try to sing."enrae
News.
Nearly every person yoa meet te ftufc
Ing for "encouragement," but the tnjt
successful men have found it neces-'
Bary to encourage themselves.Atchi
son Globe.
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