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NeKon's photos please the people.
1 bah\ y, a- boi to Mr. and r
Charles Pre^eott Tuesday.
Mis. {_. K\ensof St. Paul spent the
Fomtli uith her son. !1 K. E\ens.
Miss Beitha Woodcock is spending a
few weeks witli fiiends in Minneapolis.
For best milk and cream see S. J.
Smith. Delh ered morning1
O. \V. Bai'tlett lias mo\ed his Res
taurant into the building which Henry
Newbeit has fixed up os a store build-
D'\ Aldiich. e\e. ear and nose special
ist it the Northwestern hospital will
beat Dr. Cooney's office next Sundaj
morning
Joe Biands came home to spend the
Foaith and remain a few daj s. has
a portion with Jannev Semple i(c
Minneapolis.
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Campho-Carbolic Salve
Heals Perfectly
Tlii"- salve is better than most salves because it contains
two of the most valuable medicinal agentsCamphor and
Carbolic Acid. Carbolic acid is powerfully destructive to the
germs that cause inflamation, the destruction of tissue and the
formation of pus camphor reduces swellings, removes inflama-
tion, smarting, burning and is wonderfully healing.
Campho-Carbolic Salve heals eveiything heals surely and
quickly without soreness or scar. Good for all forms of skin
affection*. It helps when all else fails. We have great faith
it and back it with a positive guarantee to refund the
monev.
25 cents
C. A. JACK,
The Druggist.
anou George I Staples is the onl perso who is
authorized to collect money due this office In
every cae the paity paying money is entitled
to and snould insist upon receiving a printed
receipt DUNN. Publisher
and e^ em'ng.
Leave our orders for milk and cream
at Walker's. Morning and e\ening de
li er\.
Adon Whitne\ came home from Park
Uapids in time to join the band for the
Fouith.
A. D. Solberg of Dalbo is at the
Noithwestern hospital for treatment
ior typhoid fe\ er.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Smith entertained
Mr. and Mrs L. G. Adams of Minne
apolis on the Fouith.
Sigard Larson, who now tra\ els for
Jas. H. Kirk & Co., spent 'he Fourth
with friends in Princeton.
P. E. Skahen and his son Vance of
Minneapolis spent the Fourth with his
brothei, J. J. Skahen and famih.
Co
OKU'IPS Keith returned from a three
weeks" \isit east last week, feeling
muchimprc\ed health. He gained
Mteen pounds while awa\.
H. A. Bdwards. of the postal serwee,
will be in Princeton next Satarda\ and
Will hold an examination Tor rural
route earners at the postoftice.
Mr. ami Mi-. AY. H. Ferrell and
childun l^tf
Monda\ tor North Dakota
and 11 -jiend a -hor time in campii
out wi'h Pi. al
IZndovhn.
id M'--. Gerrish ot
hril'lllcrs. \tteiltloil.
Weiunealot ot Champion repaiis
on hand which we will close out at one
Mai pr'ce
i \LEY \RD\\ \R E O.
I't-tti 1MJI ot Gieennush brought in
so lie m,.bub stalks and lei\e last
Fin Tlie le^\es we' monsters
and in" wied o\er tin ee feet across.
He uat
Thein
stoie
on dis]-h at Ludden's
Ni'son. Lhe expert ])ho
\noka. attends his branch studio at
Princeton ihe first and third Saturday
ot each and e\er\ month. Please bear
this in bind when ou i,h to ha\ any
photographic work done. tt
The reception to Re\. Jas. R. Steei
son and wife announced last week to
oce at the home of Mrs. E. L. Mc
Millan on Wednesday night of this
eek. has b^en postponed to Wednes
day evening ot next week.
)i all uuson 01 South Sioux it\.
Neb is Pi meet on Tuesday. He
had been on a \isit to John Westberg's
neai Cambridge and was en route
home. He was well impressed with
*h4s county and said he might return
some da\ and get a torn somewhere
tins taxoied region.
Prot. W. F. F. Selleck was in Prince
ton Thursday night making arrange
ments for the lease of the cottage where
Mrs. Tin on In ed. Another room will
be added to the cottage and some other
improvements made. Prof. Selleck ex
pects to mo\ to Princeton from Crooks
ton the first week in August. He left
Friday for Hutchinson where he will be
one of the instructors in summer school
work.
i?4.if*ti -t,d *U-&kJs!&b&
Charlie Orr was home from St. Paul
for the Fourth.
Highest market prices paid for wool.
A. C. SMIT H.
Special ladies' day at the bowling al
le\ e\er\ Fridav afternoon.
W. A. Brooks and wife are \isiting
Mr. Brook's parents at Long Lake.
The Dorcas society will serve lemon
ade adjoining the circus grounds to-da\.
Ben Soule has commenced the work
of excavating for the annex to the high
school.
Re K. Newquist preached in Swed
ish at the Congregational church last
e\ enins-.
H. K. Elliott was down from Duiuth
Monday bujing stock from the E. Mark
Li\ Stock Co.
Miss Fannie Weint who has been vis
iting Princeton friends returned to her
home in Minneapolis, Monday.
John Petterson, an old settler in
Santiago, died on July 3rd of dropsy.
He was sixty-three years of age.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rogers dro\e
down from Vineland Tuesday and will
remain o\ er and take in the circus.
Banker Anderson and wTife
J. F. Zimmerman is 'at Long Lake
getting the machinery and milling
equipment reach to ship to Brainerd
where it will be placed in the new
mill.
W all Plaster.
Plaster our home with Hardernell,
as the name signifies, the hardest
rnd best plaster on earth.
CA.LEY HARDWARE CO
Yesterday afternoon while Ha7el. the
oang daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Bng^s. was tinin to do an acrobatic
act on her brother's shoulders she 'ell
and broke both bones of the torearm.
Re\. Jas. R. Steen&on filled the pal
pit at the Congregational church last
Sunday morning and evening. He re
ned to Minneapolis Tuesday and will
be back in Princeton for senic es next
Sanaa\.
The hea\ rams of last Thursdav and
Fi ula\ n both branches of the Rum
Over their banks and the n\ers kept
rising until Monda\. when the\ began
to recede. The water was as high as
i+ was during the spring freshet.
A. S. Mai of St. Paul was Prince
ton on the Fouith and oi er Sunday.
the guest ot Mr. and M"s. Emmet
I Mark. He will open a general store in
the building Emmet Mark has fixed up
adioining his sale barn, and expects to
i ge
located Princeton arh in
August.
ographer of There will be a good game ot ball at
the fair grounds in Princeton next
Sundaj afternoon at o'clock between
Cambridge and Princeton. Carl Crav
ens and Herb Bunker will do the bat
ter* work tor the Cambridge team,
while Jamkula and Clifton Cravens
will do similar work for Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodcock and
Mr*. W. Chase left Tuesday for Ore
gon where Mr. and Mrs. Woodcock
will pi-o\ up on their claims and Mrs.
Chase will take up a claim next to one
Mr. Chase recently took up. The part\
will meet Mr. and Mrs. Campbell in
Oregon and they will make the moun
tain tour together. Th-j will be home
in about a month.
The school board has let the contract
for the construction of the annex to the
high school building to J. and W. A.
Elliott of Minneapolis, whose bid was
the lowest submitted, being SH.S.JO.
Other bids were as follows: R. McMil
lan e\- Co., Minneapolis. $13,577: E. J.
Da\is, Minneapolis, $13,300: Pike &
Cook, Minneapolis. 814-.335. Will Elliott
came up from Minneapolis with Archi
tect Stebbins last Thursday and closed
the contract with, the scKdoJ "boa^rd.
Work will commence at once on the
annex.
wKwwwpmmmamasmmmmm
came
down from Milaca Monday to attend
the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Petterson's
baby.
Miss Rose Berg is \isiting her aunt
at Lake Minnetonka. She will spend
a few da} with relath es in Minneap
olis before she returns.
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1903.
GIRL WANTEDAt the Princeton
laundry.
John Reed of Becker was in Prince
ton Tuesday.
Rooms for rent. Inquire of M. L.
Wheeler, Princeton.
Miss Huff spent the Fourth with her
folks in Minneapolis.
Deputy Boiler Inspector John Either
of Elk River, was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. C. A. Jack and sister, Miss
Dacey Kelly came up from Northfield
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Rutherford of
Minneapolis, are the guests of M. S.
Rutherford and wife.
E. F. Wheeler's mother from Mora
and his sister Metta of St. Paul spent
the Fourth in Princeton.
Ben Cotton drove down from Onamia
Tuesday, and will remain a few days,
visiting relatives and friends.
Miss Mabel Evens who is now study
ing shorthand in St. Paul spent the
Fourth with relatives in Princeton.
Miss Norell has opened dressmaking
parlors over the Citizens State bank
and is prepared to do all kinds of dress
making. 20-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frost and child
ren of Minneapolis were the guests on
the Fourth and over Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Small.
Roy Farnham will lea\e next Mon
day for Detroit. Mich., as a delegate
with Rev. Gratz to represent the Ep
worth League of the Methodist church.
Mrs. Geo. A. Presley, who was visit
ing friends in Princeton last week, left
Monday for North Dakota. She has
rented her house in Milaca to Dr.
Bacon.
Farmers, Attention.
W have secured the agency for the
Iowa Cream Separator. The best
separator made. Get our prices and
terms. EVENS HARDWARE Co.
Forest McVicker, son of W. G. Mc
Vicker of Greenbush, ran a nail into
his foot last week and was obliged to
come to the Northwestern hospital and
have Dr. Cooney treat the foot for blood
poisoning.
Lo-\ie Hanson of Litchfield has ac
cepted a position in Wm Kaliher's
barber shop. Mr. Hanson formerly ran
a shop at Litchfield. His wife arrived
last Friday and at present they are
stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Kaliher.
The board of county commissioners
will meet next Monday and there will
be a lot ot business for the commis
sioners to dispose of. as this will be the
board's first session since last May.
On Mondaj, July 20th, the commission
ers will sit as the board of equalization.
August Jaenicke had a queer experi
ence the other morning. While put
ting on an old overcoat he ran his arm
into a nest of bumble bees which pro
ceeded 0 enter a lhely protest at such
a rash intrusion, and Mr. Jaenicke was
stung in se* eral places on his arm be
foi he could apologize.
Champion Kepairs.
Buy our repairs ior our Champion
binders and mowers at Caley Hardware
Co.'sand get them at one-half price.
We want to clean them out and will
gi\ the farmers the benefit of the low
price.
CALEY HARDWARE CO.
Carl Cra\ens has associated himself
with his brother O. J. Cravens in the
blacksmith shop and he is now a resi
dent oi Cambudge. Carl is a good
baseball pitcher and with his assist
ance the Jo\ ers of the national game
expect to organize a strong team here.
Cambridge Independent.
Mrs. LOA lla Bacon writes from Spo
kane that the:, are nicely situated in
that city and ha\e met a good man}
Princeton people since locating in
Spokane. The Hatcher bojs stopped to
see them en route west to Couer d'-
Alene. but Amos returned from the
mining country and has settled in
Spone.
This vicinit^ was treated to a touch
of hot weather Tuesda\ that was good
enoug-h in quality to satisfy the oldest
inhabitant. There was a high wind
that kicked up the dust and made a
sand storm, notwithstanding the heavy
rains of last eek. A series of thunder
showers Tuesda\ night cooled the at
mosphere and soaked the ground.
To-day is circus day and Campbell
Bros.' big circus unloaded early this
morning and ha\ pitched their tents
dow the creamer*.. The arrival of
the circus train was a great event for
the small kid and many older kids also
who were on hand to see the big show
get into its clothes and ready to per
form. The tram arrived shortly after
7 o'clock in a hard wind and rain storm.
Phyllis, the fifteen months old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Petter
son, died last Sunday morning at 1
o'clock after an illness of eight days.
The little child was never real strong.
Ein sipelas set in and despite all that
medical skill and attention could do,
the baby passed away. Funeral servi
ces were held at the house Monday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. 'Jas. R.
Steenson officiating. The interment
was at Oak Knoll. Mr. and Mrs. Pet
terson have the sympathy of them
munity in their affliction'.
J-l" tZ$!-%f
Thisls circus day.
Girl wanted for housework. Mrs.
Geo. E. Rice.
R. F. McClellan left for a ten days
trip to New York Friday.
Mrs. Harry Head and her son Nat,
and Miss Francis, left for Battle Lake
Friday.
Gus Ross, one of the progressive
farmers of Borgholm, was in Princeton
Tuesday.
Emmet Mark left Monday for Omaha
and attended a big sale of horses at that
place on Tuesday.
Mrs. F. S. Walker went to Minneap
olis yesterday to be present at her
brother's wedding in that city.
A. W. Burgan of Rochester, Minn.,
was visiting his daughter, Mrs. E. F.
Wheeler last week. He remained over
the Fourth.
Mrs. W. B. Richards is entertaining
her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Wheeler and sister, Miss Wheeler of
Riverside, Cal.
Fred and Gus Evenson of Big Stone
county who have been visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Berg and family
returned home Tuesday.
Mr. Swanson, formerly of the Great
Northern hotel at Mora, spent the
Fourth in Princeton. Mr. Swanson is
now interested in some land at Knife
Lake.
The illage council met last Monday
night and audited a big batch of bills
amounting to about $500. No other
business ot any importance was trans
acted.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blake and
daughter Edna of Minneapolis came up
the Fourth and remained over Sunday
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Wright.
Sheriff Claggett and Clifton Cravens
went to Milaca Sunday to see the Mil
aca-St. Cloud ball game. Cliff caught
for Milaca. The score was 10 to 11 in
favor of Milaca.
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
Chas. L. Carlson spent the Fourth in
Princeton. He returned to Long Lake
Monday, where he is assisting in mov
ing the machinery of the Long Lake
roller mill to Brainerd at which point
he expects to locate as soon as the mill
is completed.
Lime.
Just unloaded a car of the celebrated
Kelly Island Lime fresh from the kiln,
the finest lime on earth. Makes more
and better mortar than any other lime
on the market. On sale now at
29-2 THE CALEY VRDWARE Co.
Next Sunday C. A. Jack and wife
and son and Mrs. Jack's sister will
start for a drhe overland to Lady
smith, Wisconsin. They will go via
Cambridge, North Branch and Tajlors
Falls and Mr. Jack expects to dri\ in
three da\ if the weather is good.
Don't buy pictures of the Fourth of
Jul} crowd at Princeton until ou ha\
seen those that Nelson took, as the}
are dandies. Call and see them at
Nelson's Photo Studio, the first and
third Saturday of each month. They
are only twenty-five cents each. 30-2t
Mr. and Mrs. W M. Wessel of St.
Paal accompanied by the Misses Mar
garet and Stella McCo}, of Minneap
olis, ere the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Brown on the Fourth. Mr. and
Mrs. Wessel returned home Monday
while the Misses McCo remained un
til Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Orren Cra\ ens and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Kling
dro\e o-^er from Cambridge for the
Fourth. M*\ and Mrs. Cravens re
mained in Princeton while Mr. and
Mrs. Kling spent the Fourth with Mrs.
Kling's folks at Santiago. They dro\e
back to Princeton Sunday and returned
to Cambridge with Mr. and Mrs.
Cra1
ens.
Clem Howard. H. Marshall and E.
Thompson of Princeton helped the
Cambridge ball team in the ball game
on Sunday. Thompson got hit in the
e\ in the first inning and had to re
tire, Will Kling taking his place. How
ard and Marshall covered themselves
with gloin as did also D. Slayback and
B. Huber who ?Jso took part in the
game.Cambridge Independent.
The E. Mark Live Stock Co. bought
a fine herd of 24 head of thoroughbred
Herefords last week and they had not
been in Princeton but a few hours be
fore Charles Murray bought the herd
of Mark. Th white faces came from
Galesburg, Wis., and wrere
prize win-
ners at the Wisconsin state fair several
times. Without question they were the
best lot of cattle that were e\e seen in
Princeton and Mr. Murray has taken
them to his ranch at Pease. Mark
bought back two fine cows out of the
bunch for Si00. Mr. Murray wilLhave
some fine registered bull calves for sale.
The bull at the head of the herd is five
years old and weighs 2,100 pounds.
FOUND On the Fourth, a lady's
jacket near Even's hardware ^store
Owner ple^s^^l'jt.^^#. 'office #^4,
pay for this notice, and take property.
W
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Dr. Armitage's Offices
Harvesting Machines
ARE GOOD MACHINES.
There isn't anything better made. They have all the latest improve-
ments, are durable and easy running. The new vertical lift mower is a won-
der. You had better come and look them over. W sell them and our
Prices and Terms are Right.
Evens Hardware Co.
Pianos^Organs,
Your old Piano or Organ will help
to buy a new one.
By our new method of easy payments cv ery
home is at once enabled to possess and
enjoy a high grade instrument When you
can do better to buy at home from home
people, who make this their business, why
not patronize home peopie Always here
to help you and please you Come in and
see the new stock
Mrs. Annie Ewing,
Second Floor Odd Fellows Building
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Paris Green.
WE ASK YOUR PATRONAGE, BECAUSE
We put up our own Paris Green and guarantee it to be all
poison. Our green is not mixed with sand or sawdust, but is
all poison and will kill the bugs. Try it, once tried always
used.
Princeton Drug Co.
(The Corner Drug Store.)
i. W improved the Telephone Ser\tce.
2. W reduced the Toll Rates.
3. W reduced the Telephone Rates.
4. W can reach so many people in town
no messenger fee is charged.
5. W area home concern.
Ohio Cultivators,
Grand Rapids Wagons,
Hoover Potato Diggers,
ARE A.1SOVE THE SIOKE Phone JO.
ours0 A to 1,' 30 2 si to
The Rural Telephone Co,
Has 120 'Phones in town,
reaching about 600 people.
New Catalogue out soon.
Dalbo Warehouse
A. Q. LARSON, Manager, Princeton,
Agents for
Parson's Hawkeye Seif=Feeders.
Champion Draw Cut Mower.
Take one out on your farm and give it a fair trial.
if it does not run lighter and easier than any other 4
machine it wont cost you a cent. A
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