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Of Interest from various sources. TTTTffTTTTTfTTfTTTffTTffTf 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. Mark shipped out three cars of btock Tuesday. There has been quite an exodus to the woods this week. Mrs. W. Jack of Northfield, is vis iting with Mr. and Mrs C. A. Jack. A car of western horses was received for the E. Mark Live Stock Co. Tues day. Miss Moody went to her home in Min neapolis last Saturday and remained over Monday Overshoes, rubbers, gloves and mit tens. The best of eyerything at LUDDEN'S STORE. Geo. Harris, who has sold his farm down in Blue Hill, loaded his goods yesterday and has moved to Wisconsin. MissKathiyn Cotton came up from Anoka Monday and will remain with her sister, Mrs P. Small for some time. Ole H. Uglem of Lac qui Parle county has bought the Eh B. North way farm and moved onto the same about ten days ago i Rev. W C. Hurd of Minneapolis, supplied the pulpit of the Congrega tional church last Sundav during the absence of Rev Moxie. Mrs. S Sinclair has been very ill with an attack of facial erysipelas, but is now much better. Her daughter, Mrs Wm McCuaig is with her at pres ent 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 vault for the new postoffice ar rived this week and has been put in place The postoffice will be, moved to its new Quarters very soon, where the patrons will be given better service and more room Potato shipments are increasing right along and about fifty cars a week are leaving Princeton Last Tuesday fourteen cars were shipped out Busi ness will commence to get h\ely soon and Agent Rice longs to get moved be fore the rubb Manager Avery of the Noitheastern Telephone Co was over last week from North Branch looking after the ser vice on the line in Princeton and vi cinity He intends to inaugurate sev eral improvements in the system soon, including longer hours of service and better long-distance service Mr and Mrs. E G. Mills who moved to Washington where Mr Mills has a position on the Spanish claims com mission, have gone to Cuba where they will remain some time. Mrs. Mills writes her folks that they are studying Spanish, as it is necessary for Ameri cans to understand the language in or der to live in that country. County Attorney Ross was called to Milaca last Monday to represent the State in a case brought against a young man of that place who was charged with having stolen the sum of $15 from his employer. After the case was brought into the justice court the plaintiff desired to have the matter dismissed and upon payment of costs Mr Ross consented to such disposition of the case. Last Thursday night Percival Briggs and Miss Harriet T. Ward of Clinton, Iowa, were married at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. Gratz. The bride and groom were accompan ied during the marriage ceremony by William Warren and Miss Ethel May Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. Briggs have commenced housekeeping on a farm southeast of town which Mr. Briggs bought some time ago. Their friends wish them a happy married life. l""" ^^"*^^^^n^^rl^^MM^v HEAT HELPS. You can never appreciate the worth of a hot water bottle until used in some time of need. Heat helps almost any pain, is often the only remedy required and with a hot water bottle you can have continuous, even heat for hours if necessary. It helps to cure toothache, earache, neuralgia, cramps, etc. And at this time of the year it is worth many times its cost as an antidote for those disagreeable bedfellows, cold feet. It pays to get good ones. They outlast two or three of the poorer sort. And here you get the good kind at the prices ordinarily asked for inferior goods. C. A. JACK, The Druggist. *'i ii ii ~~n~^~ir~n~~ ii 'ii ii ~"i.iii LI ~i'u ~i_n_ i_ ~i i_ nji_n _rL Mrs. Deshaw of sick. live 1 I Greenbush is quite Fresh milk every day from 9 A. M. I Mat Walker's. to County Auditor Whitney has so far issued 98 deer hunters' licenses S. Winsor who lives east of town, came in Saturday and made a trip to the twin cities. Two Sisters of the Good Shepherd from Minneapolis were in Princeton Monday in the interests of charity. Fred Moey will hold an auction sale of cattle at his farm on section 34, town of Glendorado, on Thursday, Dec. 4th. Mrs Henry Howard of Wyanett is reported seriously ill with heart and stomach trouble and there is little hope of her recovery. The basket ball team of Monticello has written and wants to get a game with the team of the Princeton^school. Well, girls, what shall we do about it. Members of the Kimona club are re quested to meet at the residence of Mrs. E Mark next Saturday evening at 9 o'clock to elect officers for the en suing year. It will soon be time for skating and boys and girls who want the best in skates should look at B. D. Grant's fine line of Union Hardware skates, the best on the market. 48-tf Albert Grascke of Tyler, Minn has bought the creamery farm on which he intends to make several improve ments, among which will be a new house that will be built at oncers The ladies of the Congregational church gave a swap social at the Farn ham hall last Friday night, which caused lots of amusement for those who attended. A musical and literary program was also rendered. Mrs. Jos Townsend who has been living with her son, Geo Townsend, on the farm down in Baldwin, has moved into Princeton where she will reside in the future. She has pur chased the house adjoining the Wood cock home. You can stop a train, you can stop a runaway horse, you may even be able to stop a clock, but you cannot stop people from talking about their fine pictures that NelsoD, the photogra pher, is making at his studio here, the first and third Saturdays of each month. 49-2t Louis Larson and Freeman Bockoven returned Monday from a deer hunt up around Kerrick, bringing two deer with them, which Mr Bockoven shot They report plenty of deer an,d hunt ers but the deer very wild and hard to get, owing the large number of swamps where the deer find refuge Glidden has engaged the ser vices of Joe McCone, an experienced baker, who will in the future attend to the baking department. Mr. Mc Cone is one of the best bakers in the country and patrons of the Glidden bakery are promised the best goods in the baking line that it is possible to produce. Mrs. A M. Davis gave a progressive cinch party last Tuesday night for Miss Van Loon who is visiting friends in Princeton The honors at the ta bles went to Miss Shortell, who re ceived a vase as first prize and Miss Schimming received as the booby, a bottte of catsup, while Owen Bracken got the gentlemen's first prize and Mr. Davis took the booby. The guests re mained at the tables for about two hours, after which refreshments were served. Jay Herdliska while rounding up a tame duck in the river just below the mill dam last Sunday afternoon stepped off a log into what he supposed was a 'shallow place in the river, and he shot down out of sight, the current having washed out a deep hole where accord ing to Jay's Rum river chart there were reefs and sand bars. The jeweler came up like a fish looking for a fresh worm and immediately started for under some weeping willpws and had a good iaugb. Nelson's photos please the "people. home for dry clothes, while the duck proceeded down stream and went inJ Range road ap4 hope to he able to get the animal and bring him home OB-A flat car. #h -*-i"il4sS4A.^ Mrs. John Kelly's pension claim has been allowed. "Gold Seal" rubbers are the best and Martin Brands sells them. The Maccabees will give a dance at their hall next Friday evening. Dr. F. L. Small, resident dentist, of fices in Caley building, over Anderson's new store. H. A. Fanslow of Ogilvie, was in Princeton last Friday He is inter ested in the land business at Ogilvie. FARMERSM. L. Wheeler & Co. are paying the highest cash prices for hay, wood and all kinds of farm produce, tf Hon. Emmet Mark went to St. Paul Tuesday to attend a speakership caucus of the representatives of the Eighth congressional district. Last Saturday night Mrs. Emmet Mark gave a dance party at the Mac cabee hall in honor of Miss Van Loon, There were about thirty-five couples present. Remember the masquerade ball to be given by the Princeton base ball team at the opera house on Thanksgiving eve. Tickets, including supper, $1.75. Grand march will start at 9 P. M. 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 Wheat is going higher. The south west crop is poor and the foreign sup ply is very light. The northwest crop is being drawn on heavily for "mix ing" and in consequence the wheat is going up. Mrs. E. McMillan returned last evening from Litchfield, Minn., bring ing her two children with her. She was also accompanied by her mother, Mrs. O. H. Campbell of Litchfield, who will remain with her daughter for a visit. W. Richards says that he followed deer tracks out on his ranch over in Dalbo last Saturday for a long time but failed to find buck, doe or fawn. He says that there are a good many deer in that vicinity according to tracks seen. Wm. Kohne of Lake Benton, Minn was in Princeton this week. Mr. Kohne came up to look after the Otto Henschell farm which he bought last September, and on which he will move next year. He is very well pleased with this country and his investment. Last Thursday Clerk of Court Briggs issued a marriage license to Silas Lund of Foreston, and Miss Mary A. Chris tain of Mille Lacs lake. On Friday he issued the necessary papers to help make Henry Meyer of Dalbo and Miss Agnes Dehm of Princeton man and wife. Dick Chapman was taken sick last Saturday and was confined to his home for a few days, being unable to be at the register of deed's office last Mon day, and County Auditor Whitney as sisted Miss Chapman in looking after the affairs of the office. Mr. Chapman was able to get out Tuesday. Last Monday while walking on a plank near one of the vats in the starch factory T. Caley slipped and fell down into the vat which was empty at the time. He was badly bruised and shook up from his fall and was obliged to remain in the house until he got over his lameness. He was able to go up town yesterday. Isaac Martin of Wyanett shipped out a car load of fat steers last Tuesday. The cattle were of Mr. Martin's own feeding and averaged 1,200 to 1,300 pounds. He says that he proposes to get the feeder's profit out of his cattle, and in this he is wise, and much wiser than many farmers who let their cattle go just at the time when they should hold and feed them for market. Mr. Martin hopes to turn off a lot of fat cattle every year. The UNION does not like to kick but it wants to register a very strong pro test against leaving the Ross crossing in its present absolutely impassable condition. There is a crosswalk at that point, but it has been buried deep since it was put in, and has never been in shape for use. This crosswalk is needed and pedestrians have a right to insist on its being placed and kept in condition for use The village author ities ought to attend to this matter at once. Put some plank across, put in a pontoon bridge if necessary, at any rate do something. The Chapman hunting party consist ing of Elmer Chapman, Roy Jesmer, Pete Morneau and August Jaenicke arrived home this morning, bringing eight deer with them A traveling man who ran onto tbe patriarchs way up north reports that Postmaster Cor diner shot a moose on the cliff of a large ravine and that the animal in falling got wedged in the ravine so tight that all efforts to get him out have so far proved futile, and the boys have wired down to Duluth for a wreck ing outfit from the Duluth & Irpn THE PRINCETON UNTOtf THUltSBAYj^OVEMBEB 20, 1902. Get your "Gold Martin Brands. Seal" rubbers of Carpets, rugs and stock at R. D. Byers. lace curtains in It does not look very promising for good skating for Thanksgiving. Sage cheese, the old-fashioned kind at LUDDEN'S STORE. Are you going down to Elk River with the high school boys to help root next Saturday? WANTEDA good competent girl for general housework. Mrs. E. MARK. Mrs. S. A. Cravens, who has been with her husband at Elm Hill, Iowa, for some time, returned to Princeton yesterday evening. December 7 to 11 the Great Northern will sell tickets to the Buttermakers' convention at St. Paul at the rate of one fare for the round trip. Sheriff Claggett and Dr. Neumann were at Nickerson last week and each succeeded in shooting a deer which they brought home with them. Masquerade ball at the opera house on Thanksgiving eve for the benefit of the Princeton base ball boys. Be sure and attend and have a good time Suits can be secured at Berg's. The card party given by the K. P. boys at their hall last Tuesday night was well attended, and there were nine tables filled. Miss Blanche Byers se cured first prize while Mrs. E. B. An derson was given the booby prize. The inspection of L. A. S. No 1 was held last evening at G. A. hall by Mrs. Millie Gilbert, State inspector, of Minneapolis. Many of the comrades were present, and at the close of the inspection refreshments were served. The cut stone for the new depot ar rived last week and work was imme diately resumed, the crew working on the building last Sunday to hurry up matters. Owing to the inability of the contractors to secure the stone for the platforms brick will be substituted. To-morrow night the Columbian Col ored Concert Co. of Chicago will give an entertainment at the opera house. There is said to be no inferior talent in the company which gives a fine en tertainment. There is nothing cheap nor threadbare in any part of the pro gram. There will be union services Thanks giving evening at the Methodist church, and the sermon will probably be de livered by Rev. Moxie this year, though his absence from the city the last few days may interfere with his doing so. Thev8ervices last year were held in the Congregational church and Rev. Gratz preached the sermon. The Princeton high school eleven will go down to Elk River next Satur day to play the high school boys of that place and try and give them some lively scrimmages on the gridiron. Pierson and Prescott will not play with the team any more and Sambo Shaw and Joe Janikula have been substituted in their places. Prof. White has been putting in some hard work with the boys the last few days getting them in shape and hopes to see the boys make a good showing next Saturday. There will be a good crowd go down with the boys and help root for Princeton Mrs. Delia Dupont, wife of Geo. Du pont of Milaca, died last night at St. Raphael hospital in St Cloud, where she was taken a week or so ago in a dying condition. It was only about a year ago that she was mar ried to Mr George Dupont at the Catholic church in Princeton, and the young couple went to Milaca to live. Mrs. Dupont had been in poor health for some time, and the last few months she failed very rapidly. She was the daughter of the late Jos. Jesmer, and was about twenty-five years of age. The funeral will be held at the Green bush Catholic church to-morrow at 10 a. m. Her untimely death is a sad one, and the husband and relatives have the sympathy of the community. Last Thursday night the Maccabees had a very enjoyable time at their lodge rooms. After the tent was opened and closed for business the lady Macca bees came in and helped the Sir Knights surprise their brother, Sir Knight Geo. Young, who was presented by Mrs. Chas. Elder on behalf of the L. O. T. M. with a fine rocking chair, while Sir Knight Geo. Chute on behalf of the tent presented Mr. Young with a receipt for a year's dues and a $20- gold piece. It was Mr. Young's sixty third birthday. For some time he has been confined to his home with rheu matism, and the boys concluded to give him a surprise and some substan tial tokens of their sympathy and well wishes. At the close of the presenta tion of the birthday tokens those pres ent enj'oyed themselves at cards and dancing WANTEDGood intelligent girl to learn to operate telephone station. Age|20 to 25 preferred. CHAS. AVERY, Manager N. E. Telephone Co. Notice. We have 300,000 feet standing pine which we wish to have out and hauled to Bum river. Main road all cut. For particulars address f^'jL \i/ it) Vl/ \l/ \i it) \i) \J \i) viz ifc to \t/ to to to to to to to to .tjgi&&&& S Dr. Armitage's Offices Dt*V Wflfhfl f OftMCE AT PRINCETON HOTEL. jS ^Ptypeji (Rural) JESMER'S Department Store Monte Carlo Coats In Tan, Castor and Black, with inverted plaits and full ripple backs, ALL FULL S ATI IS LI IS ED. Prices to Suit !$10, $12 $13. Just Received One lot of Ladies 46 and 27 in. Coats with a few short ones. These garments were bought at a great reduction, on account of size. All 36 and 38 inch bust. If your size, we assure you the greatest coat bargain that has ever been offered you in i)i Black, Tan, Castor and Navy. t\\ mr N. E. JESMER AAA A^lF ^mmmmmmmmmmmmi:mmmff?mmn!H!mmmm&: g: We invite your attention to the most 3 E complete line of heating stoves ever ~5 shown here. Just notice the follow= 3 E ing welI=known makes: I Beckwith's Genuine 1 E ROUnd Oaknone better. Umpire State, A full line of cheap Air-Tights you are fortunate enough to mind that we have on our floor the famous I RADIANT HOME, In four sizes. Absolutely the best air=tight wood burner on the market. from $1.75 upwards. If burn coal please bear in For Coal Base Burner Surely the Best Ever Offered. 1 Caley Hardware Co.! ^Uiiuuiiuuuuiuuuuuuiuimuiiuiiuiiiuiiiuiuiiiiuuuui Brush up 1 brush from our fine a We are showing with a brush from our fine assort ment. W are showing Brushes for the hair, the teeth, the nails and the flesh, besides others for the clothes, hats and shoes. Needless to say much about qual ity. Almost everyone knows that only goods of excellent quality are permitted in our stock. PRINCETON DRUG CO., (The Corner Drug Store.) ARE ABOVE THE STORE. Phone SO. Hours9 A to 12 30PM,2PM to 6PM Hay, Corn, Oats, Rye, Wood kind L*Jl 1/t/lf cord wood. Freedeliyery to any part of city. M. L. WHEELER CO., either alway and all FARM PRODUCE bought and sold. a1 1 3* stove or hand Princeton* Minn.