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SCHOOL
SUPPLIES.
Claire Caley's cousin, Wm. Birch of
West Superior was visiting him last
week.
Ed Larken has gone to Williston, N.
%o visit his daughter, Mrs. John
Townsend.
The schoolma'ams are with us again,
and the young idea has taken deeper
root than ever.
Anoka officials have discovered that
hiring Republican candidates in Isan
ti county is uphill business.
Janiecke &Samuelsen have complet
ed the stone abutment to the south end
of the West Branch bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jack drove up to
Milaca Sunday and spent the day with
Mrs. Jack's uncle, Dr. Rounce.
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.
The opening of school calls for the purchase of various
items that go to make up a pupil's equipment. Some of
the things needed cost but little, yet it's worth while to
buy them where they cost least, or where extra quantity
or quality is given for the same money. Five cent tablets
can be found almost anywhere, but if you want the best
tablet that five cents can buy you should come here for it.
Can serve you equally well on everything in the line of
school supplies.
Tablets, Slates,
Pens,
Mucilage,
Ii.^_ Of Interest
IT61TI S from
^fc^Mm*.^s variousysources. George I Staple is the onl person who i
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
Primary election next Tuesday.
Leave your orders for milk and cream
at Walker's.
Carpets, rugs and lace curtains in
stock at R. D. Byers.
Mrs. Cater entertained the Dorcas
society yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Thomas Hendrickson of Minne
apolis is visiting in Princeton.
Mrs. C. Tryon, clairvoyant, gives
readings daily at Lin wood cottage.
Mrs. C. H. Moxie returned from her
visit to River Falls, Wis., last Friday.
Mr. Frank T. White's Anoka friends
spend most of their spare moments
these strenuous days in damning the
Isanti county Swedes
Mrs. A. Z. Norton entertained the
Missionary society of the Methodist
church this afternoon. A missionary
tea will be served from 6 to 7.30 p. m.
Last Friday the jerky was delayed
&e\eral hours by a freight wreck near
Coon Creek. The train got in just in
time to get out of the way of the pas
senger
Nelson's photo studio, at Princeton,
is open for work the first and third
Saturday of e\ery month, "rain or
shine Remember that when you
wish to have your picture taken, tf
T. Scheen, secretary of the Mille
Lacs county fair, wishes to notify all
ladies who contemplate making dis
plajs of fancy work, that there will be
show cases for the display of all such
work
lluilder,
If ou are going to plaster our home
don't loose sight of the famous Kallo
liteplaster.it will make jou a good
wall and last a life time. For sale by
CALEY HARDWARE CO.
The welcome news was received-at
the depot Monday that taking effect
the first of September all operators in
the employ of the Great Northern who
were receiving less than $50 per month
would be paid $50 per month. Douglas
Lormg is hit the sum of $10 per month
by this boquet of forget-me-nots.
F. M. Rutherford of Winona, was in
Princeton last week visiting his cousin,
M. S. Rutherford, whom he had not
seen for many years. Mr. Rutherford
was much pleased with the looks of
this section which he thinks has a
very promising future. He thinks
that small fruit could be raised with
profit in this section
One of the features of the county fair
will be the grand military parade and
battalion drill on Friday, Sept. 19th.
Company of Anoka will come up and
join Compaany in the parade and
drill and the event will add much to
the attractions of the fair. Maj. E. S.
Person of Zumbrota will have the com
mand of the battalion. In the even
ing there will be a grand military ball
at the opera house.
Pencils, Inks,
Erasers,
Crayons,
Etc.
C. A. JACK,
THE DRUGGIST.
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A. G. Larson is nursing a felon.
The W. C. T. met with Mrs. May
Libbey this afternoon.
Glidden's choice confectionery in any
quantity at T. D. Glidden's.
Mtss Margaret Blake of Minneapolis
is visiting Mrs. G. F. Wright.
Mrs. Turnham of Maple Plaine is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. John Newton.
Mrs. E M. Chapman suffered a re
lapse last week and has been quite ill
It is a good rule in politics as in
everything else to stand by good
friends.
Dr. F. L. Small, resident dentist, of
fices in Caley building, over Anderson's
new store.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bates of Minne
apolis, are visiting their old friends 4n
Princeton.
Emory Norton has gone to Milaca
where he bas accepted a position with
Dan McCuai^.
E W Cundy was down from the lake
yesterday. He took the train to-day
for the twin cities
Mrs. R. F. McClellan left for North
Dakota last week where she will visit
relatives for some time.
Mrs. C. F. Walker returned home
la&t week from St. Paul where she has
been since her father's death.
Girl wanted for general housework
in family of four. No washing or iron-
ing'- MRS. B. O. BRPWN.^
Why bother making fresh bread, pies,
cakes and cookies when you can get
them all fresh every day at Glidden's?
Otto and Louis Hedin of Sauk Centre
spent Sunday with their brother,
Hedin. They were en route home from
the State fair.
There are 693 dogs in the county,
valued at $3,463, which sum is most ex
travagant, judging from the personal
appearance of some of the barn yard
There will be an oyster supper next
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs R. A. Ross, given by the Ladies
Aid of the Greenbush M. E. church.
Come and have a good time.
I take pleasure in announcing that
my bakery and lunch room i=i now open
and ready for ousiness. My home
baked goods are fresh every day and
of the best quality T. D. GLIDDEN.
Clerk of Court Briggs' mother, Mrs.
Ruth A Briggs, and his sister, Miss
Annie Briggs, who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs Briggs for some time, re
turned to their home in Chicago last
week.
W. A Marr, representing Fortnan,
Ford & Co. of Minneapolis, was in
Princeton Monday and closed the con
tract for putting in French plate glass
fronts to the Eaton, Cordiner and Lud
den buildings.
Mrs. Albert Prescott returned from
Washington last Tuesday. Her health
has been very poor since she went to
Washington and she has been obliged
to return to Minnesota. Mr. Prescott
will return next spring. The old folks
like the country and are doing well.
Jesse L. Jellison, candidate for con
gress, was in Princeton Monday on his
final campaign tour. He came over
from Cambridge, walking as far as the
Brook and getting views afoot of the
potato forties of Isanti county. Mr.
Jellison went north on the evening
train.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Jesmer of Mich
igan are visiting relatives in Prince
ton and vicinity. They came down
yesterday mornings from Milaca with
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dupont with whom
they have been visiting and were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kaliher
yesterday.
The county fair management is look
ing for a couple who wants to get mar
ried and don't obj'ect to a little notori
ety and popularity as well as a grand
wedding present of $25 worth of furni
ture, besides having the license and
minister's fees paid and all kinds of at
tention on the part of the fair manage
ment and the public.
J. Adam Bede's friends will cross
him next Tuesday.
N. N. Agren is laid up with varicose
veins that are troubling him.
Smoke "The Best" a 10-cent cigar
for 5 cents at Princeton Drug Co.
WANTEDCompetent girl for gener
al houseworK. MRS. E. MARK.
Mrs. W. A. Traek of Monticello, has
been visiting her sibter, Mrs. S. W.
Page.
Chas. H. Van Wormer and family
returned last week from the Pacific
coast.
Will Bouck who has been here to
see his father, started for Everett last
Saturday.
Mrs. Mabel Simms and children of
Oak Grove are visiting her mother,
Mrs Leathers.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
met with Mrs. A. W. Woodcock yes
terday afternoon.
T. D. Glidden was called to Hudson,
Wis., last week on account of the se
rious illness of his uncle.
Erictc Swan left for Ogilvie on the
Monday evening train where he will
visit relatives for a short time.
Mrs Tryon returned Monday from
Minneapolis where she attended the
State convention of Spiritualists.
WANTEDGirl for general houes
work Good pay and no washing
MRS S BRIGGS-
Patronize Glidden's lunch counter
for hurry-up short orders. Everything
appetizing and fresh and clean. Just
like mother's cooking.
Ira A. Bullis has accepted a position
with the St. Anthony & Dakota Ele
vator Co and will assist Mr. Barry in
his work at the elevator.
Ira E. W. Briggs and his son Bert,
of Hanlontown, Iowa, were in Prince
ton this week. While here Mr. Briggs
purchased the Jim Foley homestead in
Livonia.
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.
When building be sure and use the
famous North Star Zenith wall plaster,
as hard as rock and as permanent as
time itself. Makes a wall fire, water,
wind and bug proof. B. D. Grant,
sole agent. tf
Rev. W. H. Orrock and his son Will
were up from Santiago Saturday. Rev
Orrock a few weeks Jago fell from a
scaffolding on which he was at work
and fractured the bones of his left
wrist, so that he is obliged to carry bis
arm in a sling.
An old settlers' and harvest home
picnic will be held at Green lake next
Sunday. There will be plenty of good
lunch and refreshments and the gaso
line launch "Viking," will make trips
around the lake at reduced rates. All
come out and have a good time.
Jos. Craig of the Princeton roller
mill says that late arrivals of new
wheat show up much better than the
early receipts which as a rule are in
ferior. "The wheat is of very good
milling grade, though not so large and
plump as the wheat of last year," said
Mr. Craig.
Steps are being taken to organize a
local medical association for the coun
ties of Sherburne, Isanti and Mille
Lacs with headquarters at Princeton.
The local association would include a
membership of nearly a dozen phys
icians. The local associations are aux
iliary to the State medical association.
The Ladies' Aid society of the E
church will have a dining hall erected
at the fair grounds where ihey will
serve hot dinners and ice cream and
cake during the fair The dining hall
will be 16x32 feet and made comfortable
and warm Mr. Chase of the Foley
Bean Lumber Co. donated the lumber
for the building
A large crowd from Princeton took
the train this morning for the street
fair at Anoka. Attached to the train
was a special car that carried the
militia boys, while the Princton ball
team went along to play a game with
the Anoka nine. As the train pulled
out many were of the opinion that the
Princeton crowd would fill a long felt
want at Anoka
Prof. H. Lemontree, the optician, of
Minneapolis, will be here Sept. 16th,
for one day only at the Commercial
Hotel. Those who get glasses from
the professor and they do not prove
satisfactory can have them changed
free at office, 221 Nicollet Ave., Minne
apolis, or at the hotel in Princeton.
Don't fail to see him as he fits where
others have failed.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Rooney of Coun
cil Bluffs, Iowa, are visiting with Mrs.
Rooney's mother, Mrs. Cal Howard
who returned with them from Council
Bluffs where she visited for some time.
Mr. Rooney says that Princeton and
vicinity has grown so much in the last
fifteen years that he would hardly
know the place. He will return home
this week while his wife will remain a
while longer.
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1902.
^Bets o* three to one on Bede are
freely offered in Duluth.
Fred Hildreth of Elk River, was tak
ing in the sale last Saturday.
J. A. Conover of Minneapolis is vis
iting his niece, Mrs. John Newton.
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Fresh oysters served in any style at
Glidden's commencing next Saturday.
Many of the peple from Princeton
will attend the Anoka street fair this
week.
Miss Mary Lenertz left last week for
Duluth where she is attending a Cath
olic school.
Mrs. C. H. Weiss of Wentworth, S.
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F.
Zimmerman.
Mrs. Bailie of Plattville, Wis., has
boen visiting her granddaughter, Mrs.
Claire A. Caley.
Mrs. W. E. J. Gratz returned home
Monday from Minneapolis where she
had been visiting her folks.
J. H. Potts came down from Mille
Lacs lake Monday. He says Potts
town and vicinity is doing well
Mrs. Will Coons who now resides at
Rock Island, Ills., is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Applegate.
FARMERSM. L. Wheeler & Co. are
paying the highest cash prices for hay,
wood and all kinds of farm produce, tf
Miss Violet Orrock of Santiago, re
turned from Minneapolis Monday even
ing, and is visiting relatives in Prince
ton before returning to her home.
During fair week Thursday, Friday
and Saturday my office will be
closed from 1 to 5 p. M. each afternoon.
DR. F. WALKER.
Don't fail to hear Prof. Thos. Shaw
at the county fair on Friday, Septem
ber 19th. He will make a very inter
esting talk on matters of interest to
farmers.
Miss Lena Heylander of Princeton,
accompanied by her father, N. H. Hey
lander, spent Sunday in town as guests
of Druggist G. K. Carlson.Isanti
County Press.
A. A. Caswell came up from Anoka
Saturday night to enjoy a chicken hunt
over Sunday. He went out with Geo.
I. Staples and Andy Bullis and the
party returned with seven birds.
Kallolite 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.
H. C. Hastings, county treasurer of
Sherburne county, was in Princeton
laBt Saturday shaking hands with the
Sherburne county farmers in attend
ance at the horse auction. Mr. Hast
ings is a candidate for re-nomination.
Hon. Emmet Mark started out on a
trip over the Forty-fifth district Mon
day to do some compaign work. He
will not be backward in announcing his
candidacy and will put up some good
strong fences which will stand the
wear and tear of the campaign.
Dr. Tarbox and wife left last Friday
for a trip through northern Minnesota.
They returned to Elk River Monday
where they visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Nickerson. Mrs. Tarbox returned to
Princeton Monday night, and Tuesday
morning Dr. Tarbox left for New York
where he will take up his post grad
uate studies.
An effort ought to be made to im
prove the village park, land for which
was secured many years ago on the
north side and on which there is a fine
growth of jack pine The park site
comprises a whole block of land and
some steps should be taken to open it
up and improve it The UNION will
start the ball rolling by donating the
sum of $25 for this purpose, and hopes
to see the citizens and business men of
Princeton fall in line and beautify the
old park site
Last Monday afternoon the new
thrashing outfit belonging to the Car
ter boys caught fire and was totally de
stroyed. They were at work on the
old Ans Howard farm now owned by
Tann, and had just started in to
thrash a setting of oats and wheat.
A spark from the engine ignited some
straw and in a few minutes the engine
and separator and two stacks of grain
were totally destroyed. There was a
high wind at the time which hastened
the work of destruction The thrash
ing outfit was insured About 400
bushels of oats and wheat were a total
less
Half Rate Excursions
Great Northern Railway
Good Roads Convention
St. Cloud, Minn., Sept. nth and 12th.
For the above Convention the Great
Northern Railway will sell half-rate
Excursion tickets from Princeton to
St. Cloud and return, good going Sep
tember 10th, 11th and 12th good re
turning until Sept. 13th.
Official Proclamation.
Pursuant to the provisions of the statutes
pertaining to and regulating the sale of spirit
ous liquors, and by virtue of the authority vest
ed in me. I do hereby proclaim that all saloons
in the village of Princeton shall remain closed
from the hours of 45 a. m. to 3. p. m. on Tues
day, the sixteenth day of September, 1902, which
day has been designated by law as primary
election day. T. L. ARMITAGE.
President of Village Council.
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Closing Out
Entire
Carpet
Stock.
Everything in Carpets will be
closed out in the next two weeks.
Fine Line of Patterns to Select From
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Bring in measurement of rooih
and we will save you money on
every carpet bought.
N. E. JESMER.
DeereVehicles are All Right!
In order to make room for a carload
of Heaters and Cook Stoves.
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 ou
Caley Hardware Co.
Commercial Hotel, $
COMMERCIAL HOTEL COMPANY, Proprietors.
Princeton, ninn.
Under new management this hotel is being enlarged to more
than double its size and equipped with steam heating plant,
bath rooms, and all modern improvements.
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