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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, November 12, 1903, Image 5

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Max Cordiner came up from the
State "TJ" Saturday to help in the
postoffice while his father is deer hunt
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Palmer moved
into the J. L. Cater house Monday.
Foss Cater will make his home with
them the future.
Mrs. Steenson's sister, Miss Brown
of Eden Prairie, Minn., returned with
Mrs. Steenson last week and will re
main with her for some time.
Mrs. Wm. McCuaig and daughter
who have been visiting Mrs. Mc
Cuaig mother for some time left
''"Monday for their home in Bemidji.
Bjers' great reduction sale of cloth
ing is causing a great talk on account
of the extremely low prices. This is
\oar opportunity to buy clothing verj
E. A. Ross has had the hearse re
painted, Stev Palmer doing the work.
It a& placed in drj dock in the room
of the electric light plant while being
F. A. Shore who has been in Prince
ton the last two weeks holding the reg
ular Episcopal services, left this week
for Willow River to take charge of
services at that place for the next two
Nelson, the expert photographer of
Anoka, attends his branch studio at
Princeton the first and third Saturday
of each and ev er\ month. Please bear
this in mind when ou wish to have
am photographic work done. tf
Mrs Mai Cotton came down from
Mille Lacs lake this week to remain
for the winter. At present she is stop
ping with her daughter, Mrs. F. L.
Small. Ben Cotton is expected down
this week and will remain for a few
dciv s.
Chaile-, Harmon is again laid up
with a lot of Job's comforter^. He
got niceh at work at Milaca lathing
when several new comrades made their
appearance and he was obliged to
come home and let them visit with him
for a time.
B. O. Brown and Clarence Hill
came back last Thursday from their
hunting trip up north of Page and
they brought with them fifty -two par
tridges and some ducks. They found
the birds quite plentiful north of Page
and shot a good mnay between Milaca
and Page.
In a letter dated at Valdez. Alaska,
October 16th, R. F. McClellan writes
that the law suit over the copper
claims in which he is an important
witness will occupy four or five weeks
of the court's time and that he will
not get back to Princeton before the
first of next year. Fred says that win
ter has set in and that the mountains
the vicinity of Valdez are all cov
ered with a heavy coat of new snow.
Henrj Christopherson and family
and his father of Granite Falls, Minn.,
have moved onto the Gideon Reeves
farm of 200 acres in Greenbush which
Mr. Christopherson recently bought
and for which he paid $30 per acre.
He says that he likes the change. He
has made several trips through this
section of country and always liked
that section in which he has located
and will remain permanently
Cod Liver Oil.
Every case where Cod Liver Oil is
prescribed is serious. The best is
wanted. A really perfect oil is sel
dom obtainable as the best goes to
dealers who are willing to shrink their
profits for their patrons' good. We
have a supply of the finest Norwegian
oil jet produced: made from selected
fresh livers and in every way superior
to the ordinary sort, but we shall
supply it at no higher price than the
ordinary is sold for: less, in fact,
than you commonly pay.
The Druggist.
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various sources.
George I. Staples is the only person -who is
authorized to collect money due this office In
every case the party paying mony is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
J. Rhee was down froPublisher Milaca
last Saturday.
Leave jour orders for milk and
cream at Walker's. Morning and
evening delivery.
One good office room with steam
heat I. O. O. F. block to rent. In
quire of J. C. Herdliska.
E. B. Anderson spent the first of
the week in the twin cities where he
put in his time buj ing stock.
Just think of it, 2,000 pounds oil
meal for $22.-30 at our feed store.
Princeton Roller Mill Co.
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Nelson's photos please the people.
T. J. Warren was down from Mille
Lacs lake last Saturday.
For best milk and cream see S. J.
Smith. Delivered morning and evening
A big crowd of the boys from
Princeton and neighboring points left
for the woods Monday afternoon.
We have the old fashion oil cake at
our store for $l.l.j per 100 lbs.
Princeton Roller Mill Co.
Fred Howard of the Minneapolis
fire department was visiting his folks
and old-time friends in Princeton last
eek. Miss Bessie Ecklund of the Arling
ton hotel at Cambridge was in Prince
ton Sunday and took dinner at the
Next Monday night Evangelist
Thompson will lecture at the M. E.
church on ''The Bible, How We Get it
and What it Contains."
Mr. and Mrs. Henr.y Schimming re
turned last week from Pelican Lake
where they went to .attend the funeral
of Mrs. Schimming'slather.
The Dwmcll-Wright Co.'s coffees
are '-dry roasted" and surpass all
goods roasted by any other method.
E. B. Anderson, sole agent.
Mrs. John Haeg left Monday for
Seattle to join her husband who has
been there for several months. They
will make their home in that place
the future.
M. L. Wheeler & Co., will pay ou
the highest market price for our rye
and oats. Bring them in to the
Thompson warehouse. 38tf
The school children attending the
high school building had Thursday
afternoon and Friday of last week for
a vacation while the new heating plant
was being placed in the building.
The base ball bov are getting
things in shape to have a good time
at their masquerade at the opera
house on Thanksgiving evening. Gal
lichio's orchestra will furnish the
Better go and hear the lecture next
Monday night bv Evangelist Thomp
son on "The Bible, How We Get it
and What it Contains.'' This will be
Mr. Thompson's last appearance in
Tom Brown of Blue Hill will spend
the coming winter in New York state
with a sister and other relath e& whom
he has not seen for many vears. His
adopted son will run the farm during
his absence.
A. S. Mark received a telegram yes
terday advising him of an offer of a
big lot of clothing at a great bargain
at St. Paul and he went down to look
over the stock which if he can buy
right he will place on sale at his store
There haie been ten additions to
the -village of Princeton since it was
incorporated. They are as follow^:
Damon's, Cater's First and Second,
Murray 's,Dunham's, Ross-Mere, Sum
mit Park, Chula Vista, Oakland and
The six-y ear-old son of W. H. Oakes
of Brickton was brought to the North
western hospital last Friday with a
broken arm, the arm being broken in
about the same place it was broken,
some months ago when the lad was
playing circus.
Correspondents of the i on will
please avoid personalities. The
Union is not interested in neighbor
hood quarrels. We want the news
items of interest. Correspondents will
not be permitted to vent their personal
spleen in the columns of the Union,
not if we know it.
The first snow storm of the season
made its appearance last Monday,
starting in with old-time vigor at noon
hour and lasting almost until supper
time. For a baby snow storm it did
very well and had all the ear-marks
of a blizzard for a time, but the clouds
broke late in the day and as a re
minder of the first snow the ground
was covered well with a "liberal sprin
kling of the beautiful.
We have a lot of good baled hay
for sale. M. L. Wheeler & Co.
Mrs. Ben Soule went to Milaca to
attend the Soule-Murdock marriage.
For SaleA buckskin pony. Good
driver and gentle. Inquire of Mrs. A.
Andrew Bavier left Monday for Ne
bish where he expects to remain the
coming winter.
Mrs. C. H. Chadbourne has been
viisting relatives and friends in Elk
River the last week.
Mrs. E. L. McMillan and children
are visiting Mr. McMillan's folks in
Minneapolis for a few days.
The many friends of Zelma Hatcher
will be pleased to know that she is re
covering from her recent illness.
Horse blankets and robes. 'Largest
stock in town, and prices the lowest.
Evens Hardware Co.
George Marshall who suffered a
paralytic stroke last week is some bet
ter, but is still unable to get about.
Oil meal $1.15 per 100 lbs. and give
you the sack.
Princeton Roller Mill Co.
R. D. Byers has finished building a
fine brick sidewalk in front of his
property on the north side of the river.
For exquisite flavor and unrivaled
excellence get Dwinell-Wright Co.'s
celebrated Boston coffees of E. B.
Roy Jesmer and Frank Woods left
Tuesday night for northern Minnesota
for deer. They will go into the woods
north of Duluth.
County Surveyor Milton was in
Princeton Tuesday. He has been do
ing a lot of surveying in the vicinity
of Mille Lacs lake.
Ole Anderson who came here a short
time ago from North Dakota is receiv
ing treatment at the Northwestern hos
pital for inflammatory rheumatism.
C. Bridge and wife left last week to
visit in Livonia for a few days and
they will leave Livonia in company
with Mrs. Ileff for Tacoma where they
will spend the winter.
The Princeton Brick Co. recorded a
plat to Brickton this week with the
register of deeds, the land being the
northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter of section seventeen.
Frank Schilling has started his
wood sawing outfit, and began last
week at Anton Falk's. He has a good
outfit for sawing wood and will pro
bably be kept busy the coming season.
Henry Gustafson of Bogus Brook
who has been in Minneapolis the past
year, is back home on a visit. He
has his farm rented and does not
know just what business he will go
into yet
When building be sure and use the
famous North Star Zenith wall plas
ter, as hard as rock and as permanent
as time itself. Makes a wall fire,
water, wrind
and bug proof. B.
Grant, sole agent. tf
Mrs. Chas. Judkins is stopping
with her sister, Miss Helen R. Spauld
ing, at Milton Smith's and is having
her eyes treated. They have bothered
her considerably of late and she
came here so that she could receive
treatments often.
The annual campfire of the Wallace
T. Rmes post will be held at the G.
A. R. hall on next Tuesday evening.
Department Commander Mahan and
Adjutant Clark will probably be pres
ent. All comrades and their families
are invited to be present.
The E. Mark Live Stock Co. will
hold another big sale of live stock,
principally milch cows at Midland on
Saturday, the 21st of November.
There ill also be horses and other
stock offered at the sale. Mr. Mark
will buy all good fat steers and cows
at that sale.
A company of practical baking pow
der demonstrators, consisting of
several ladies and gentlemen were in
Princeton this week doing the town.
They went from house to house with
tiny oil stoves tucked away in a
satchel and showed the woman of the
house how the special brand of bak
ing powder they were introducing
eclipsed all others. This is one way
of advertising.
E. K*. Leavitt returned last week
from Maine where he went with his
mother. Ha says that old Maine is
all there and that Maine has a good
crop of potatoes which at the time he
was there were selling around forty
cents a bushel. The crop was good
in quality and many of the farmers
are going to hold their potatoes un
til the price goes up which they think
it will as the season progresses.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Grant gave a
party at the Odd Fellows' hall last
Saturday evening in honor of Dr.
J. A. Grant and wife, and their daugh
ter, Miss Bernadine, of Wallace,
Idaho, who have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. B. D. Grant for the past two
weeks. There were about forty couple
present and the evening was pleas
antly spent with dancing and cards.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant left for their
home in Idaho Monday.
Mrs. I. c. Patterson was in the twin
cities this week.
Rev. W. E. J. Gratz will preach at
Orrock next Sunday at 3 p. m.
E. F. Douglas has bought the bowl
ing alley of Early and & Dobson.
George Patten has bought the house
and seven acres of land of R. N.
Yes! White House coffee positively
leads all -others. E. B. Anderson,
sole agent.
The Dorcas society will give their
annual supper and sale the first week
in December.
Paul Janikula has sold his saloon
to Cyrelle Belaire of Blue Hill who
will run the place in the future.
Middlings 95c, shorts 85c, bran 75c
per hundred at our feed store or mill.
Princeton Roller Mill Co.
Erick Heglund has started a black
smith shop in the old^ Peterson & Nel
son shop on the north side of the river.
We will have a car of fancy eastern
apples for sale the coming week.
M. L. Wheeler & Co.
The Ladies' Aid society of Green
bush will hold their annual sale of
fancy and useful articles in the church
on Dec. 2.
WantedTwo Scandinavian girls at
Scandia hotel, one for dining room
and one for kitchen work. Apply to
Mrs. Otto Walters.
Among the marriage licenses issued
by Clerk of Court Briggs this week
was one to Johann A. H. Johnson of
Fargo and Miss Mary A. Bentson of
Mrs. Carrie Anderson of Chase
Brook who underwent a surgical oper
ation at the Northwestern hospital
two weeks ago was able to return
home yesterday.
Ralph Pierson came home last week
to remain over Sunday and attend the
Grahek-Pearson wedding Monday
night. He went back to Hamline uni
versity this week.
J. F. Zimmerman left yesterday for
a trip to Michigan. He will visit
Grand Rapids, Detroit and other
places before he returns. He will be
gone about two weeks.
Gideon Reeves has bought the forty
acre farm of Mr. Swan in the town of
Greenbush. Mr. Reeves had decided
to leave the country but when it came
to going he decided to remain.
Erick Heylander is making prepar
ations to start a sale and feed barn
and also a flour and feed store in the
Woodman barn now occupied by A. H.
Steeves. He will also deal in hay.
Mrs. E. F. Griffith who has a claim
up on the Big Fork, came down last
week and was visiting her son, M. L.
Wheeler for several days. She went
to the twin cities while down for a
short visit.
Last Tuesday Rev. A. Bergin and
Rev. A. F. Nelson of Dalbo preached
in Swedish at the Congregational
church. There was a good turn out
of the Swedish population of Prince
ton and vicinity.
Our harness is well made of the best
grade of material. They look neat
and are durable. We sell them at
prices that are lower than our compet
itors. Evens Hardw are Co.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Whitney spent
Snuday in the twin cities and visited
their son Adon who was much pleased
to see them and enjoy their company
for a short time. Adon was a little
under the weather for a short time
last week but is all right again.
The Royal Neighbors of America
will meet at the Woodman hall on
Friday evening of this week at 8
o'clock sharp. All members are re
quested to be present as there is busi
ness of importance.
Mrs. Sylvia Hatches, Recorder.
F. C. Foltz drove over to Howard
Lake last week and visited his mother
and other relatives. His sister, Mrs.
G. W. Adams and two sons returned
with him for a short visit. Mr. Foltz
says potatoes at Howard Lake are
worth seventy cents at wholesale, and
he is thinking of buying potatoes at
Becker and hauling them over to
Howard Lake.
County Auditor Whitney has not
been overrun by applicants for big
game licenses. Last week he had is
sued just twenty-six up to Friday night
and he has issued twenty since. He
says that the fee of $1 has deterred
many from taking out licenses and
there are a whole lot who will hunt
deer with teams and do not have to
ship the venison who will not take out
any licenses at all.
Charles Keith returned last week
from Northome where he spent several
days lpoking after the interests of the
townsite of which he is one of the own
ers. While at Northome he surveyed
a new addition. He says that the new
town is growing rapidly and lots have
been in very active demand since the
town was started. At present it is the
terminus of the M. & I. railroad
and is doing a very flourishing bus
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Make Your
Bread with
The "1900" Washer Pre=
vents that "Tired Feel-
ing." The Lady Sits
While Using It.
Dr. Armitage's Offices
It is so simple and durable that it
will not get out of order,' so easy of
action that a child can operate it,
so effective in its work that it will
wash any garment clean without boil
ing, without scrubbing, without the
least wear and tear, and without the
use of destructive chemicals, with
nothing but soap and water. It washes
the finest fabrics without breaking a
thread, and will wash a carpet with
ease. Full instructions how to use it
go with each machine.
Try a "Nineteen Hundred" Washer and you
will be convinced that it is ail we claim for it.
Evens Hardware Co.
It makes more and better loaves
than any other flour you can buy.
For a 98 lb. Sack at
any Grocery in town
Princeton Roller Mill Co.
The Luxury of
Our Perfumes
The Bargain Merchant
Is always at your service
with bargains in
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
AH Fruits in Season. Highest Market
Price Paid for Farm Produce
Princeton, Minn.
For You To .Buy are the
Wales Goodyear or
Selz Royal Blue Brand.
These are the test Overshoes,
Arties, and Rubbers. I guar
antee them to give the wearer
reasonable satisfaction
A. N. Lenertz.
is. open to all Excellent extracts are
sold bottle or bulk at moderate
prices One of the newest odors is
Minnehaha Spray, an exquisite addi
tion to the long list of those already
at my lady service
Perfumes, Toilet Soaps
and Toilet Waters
foim an important part of our stock Cus
tomers who" have a special favorite in any
of these lines will find it here at the lowest
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(The Corner Drug Store.)
ours9 A to 12 30 2 M. to 6 P.

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