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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
Fix up those sidewalks.
Did you get a May basket?
Joe Craig went to Brainerd the first
of the week.
Princeton maple syrup, $1.25 per
gallon, at Walker's.
County Surveyor Milton was down
from Milaca yesterday.
Mrs. M. S. Rutherford is entertain
ing Mrs. H. E. Barnum and Miss
Edith Barnum of Milaca.
M. L. Wheeler and family left last
Thursday for Minneapolis where they
will reside in the future.
M. S. Rutherford and Rev. W. E.
J. Gratz went to Mille Lacs lake on
Monday and returned yesterday.
Senator Lord of Kasson was in
Princeton the latter part of last week
on business at the probate eourt.
Mrs. E. C. Meyers left yesterday for
Blue Earth City to attend the funeral
of a sister who died at that place.
The Dorcas society will give a sup
per and apron sale at G. A. R. hall
on Thursday evening, May 12th. Sup
per fro/n 5:30 to 9.
Mrs. Hattie E. Cowles returned last
week from her winter's visit with rela
tives and friends in California, Oregon
and Washington.
Just received a fine asortment of
musical goods which I will offer at a
bargain also a lot of up-to-date
sheet music and all kinds of instruc
tion books. J. C. Herdliska.
Mrs. Caroline Frederick of Afton,
Minn., and Mrs. E. Boening of St.
Paul, mother and sister of W. G.
Frederick, came up the latter part of
last week and spent Sunday with Mr.
Frederick and family.
Nelson, the expert photographer of
Anoka, attends his branch studio at
Princeton the first and third Saturday
of each and every month. Please bear
this in mind when you wish to have
any photographic work done. tf
Mrs. Julia P. Anderson, one of the
old settlers of the town of Greenbush,
died last Tuesday of pneumonia. The
funeral will be held to-day at the home
of her son, Olof Anderson with whom
she was living. She came with her
husband to Greenbush in 1869 and re
sided there until her death.
The lecture and social at the Santi
ago church last Friday night was a
success. Rev. Burns delivered his
interesting lecture on A Trip Across
the Atlantic" to a very good audience.
The entertainment netted $15.50 which
goes toward the payment for anew
organ which Mrs. Ewing has sold the
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carlson of
Cambridge drove over and spent Sun
day with relatives and friends in
Princeton. Gus says he is doing well
in his business. He is secretary of
the commercial club of Cambridge and
is in the hurry-up-and-get-there har
ness with the rest of the business men
for the good of the town.
C. A. Jack and Swan Olson left last
week with a party of business men
from Minneapolis and other points in
the State who are interested in To
basco Plantation Co. of Vera Cruz,
which company is composed princi
pally of Minneapolis business men.
The company sends down a delegation
every spring to look over the property
of the company and make a report.
The third annual military ball of
do. which was given at the opera
house last Friday night was well at
tended, there being about sixty couple
present. The music was furnished by
the First regiment orchestra and theday,
program of dances was one to delight
all who cared to dance. One of the
features of the evening was the ex
hibition of clog dancing given by
young Boyn.
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We like to have wall paper customers take plenty of time
in making their selections. Wall paper is something that
lasts a good while and a hurried choice may become ex
tremely tiresome before paper is needed again. We want
those who buy paper here to be so well pleased that they
v* ill come to us next time.
Different people have different tastes in regard to wall
paper, but we belies there are none whom we cannot suit.
Assortment here is so varied as to include almost every
imaginable color or design. Come in and see if we have
not just the pattern you likeno offense if \ou do notbuj.
The Druggist.
Nelson's photos please the people.
Delicious Boston butters 10c at
Clerk of Court Briggs was in the
twin cities last week.
William Fraser left yesterday for
Green Bay, Wis., for a visit.
M. J. Jaax has been confined to his
home the past few days with illness.
Leave your orders for milk and
cream at Walker's. Morning and
evening delivery.
Mark's big May sale will be held on
next Saturday and it is going to be a
hummer. Be sure and be there.
Attorney Fred Wright of Minneapo
lis was in Princeton Monday looking
after some matters at the court house.
The L. A. S. of Greenbush will give
an ice cream social in the church on
Friday evening, May 6th. All are
Al Munz while on a ladder last week
sprained his ankle quite badly and
has been limping around in an effort
to favor the wrenched foot.
The Epworth League of the M. E.
church will give an ice cream social
at the church dining room on Friday
evening of this week.
We have a car load of Armour & Co.
fertilizer, the best to be had for small
grain, corn and potatoes. Call and
see samples and find out its value.
19-4t Princeton Roller Mill Co.
A small blaze last Saturday in the
wood pile back of the Commercial
hotel brought out some of the fire lad
dies who quickly put out the blaze. It
was the first alarm the new fire depart
ment responded to.
The wife of Abe Mark died at Du
luth last Friday after having been
operated on for the removal of a
tumor. The funeral was held at the
home of Mrs. Mark's mother in Du
luth on Sunday and the interment was
in Duluth.
L. Fryhling, the tailor, has taken
more than usual care in selecting
patterns for the spring and summer
season and we are confident that his
friends and patrons will agree with
him. He is showing the handsomest
line of suitings ever brought to
Otto Walters has rented the building
formerly occupied by Mr. Nachbar's
restaurant and Mr. Walters will open
up a first-class hotel and restaurant
where he will be able to take care of
the tra\eling public and regular
boarders as well as serve meals on
short notice. It will be known here
after as the Scandia hotel and he
wishes to ha\e all his old customers
and many new ones call and see him.tracks
A district convention of the
Everybody is making garden.
Good old summer time is surely here.
Mrs. Annie Ewing went to Milaca
The Commercial hotel is receiving a
fresh coat of paint.
Albert Morehouse was down from
Foreston yesterday.
Clean up. You have heard what
cleanliness is next to.
Girl wanted for general housework.
Apply to Mrs. H. C. Cooney.
Three weeks more of school and then
the barefoot boy is himself again.
A boy baby was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Anderson of Brickton
last Sunday.
Dr. Nichols came down from Milaca
yesterday to attend the pension exam
ining board meeting.
W. P. Chase of Princeton, was the
guest of W. F. Chase in Anoka Thurs
day.Anoka Union.
Mrs. Henry Moore of Greenbush is
entertaining Miss Elsie Jaques of
Mora for a few days.
Juilus Schulte of Zimmerman who
recently sold his farm near that place
and moved to Princeton, has bought
lots in Chula Vista and will build a
house on the same this spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hurt of Colfax,
Ills., visited with Mr. Hurt's sister,
Mrs. Henry Moore, of Greenbush over
Sunday. They were en route to Spo
kane and left for that place Monday.
Hay is hay now, and is selling as
high as $14 and $15 in some places.
In some cases however, there is some
hay that can be bought for $8 in stack,
but such opportunities for getting hay
are very scarce.
Last Thursday Clerk of Court
Briggs issued a marriage license to
John Jongejende of North Dakota and
Miss Wovina P. Stratting of Pease.
The couple was married at Pease the
same day by Rev. John De Groot.
One farmer who knows the value of
fertilizer has bought four tons for his
corn, wheat and potatoes. We would
be pleased to show samples and talk
it over with farmers. 19-4t
Princeton Roller Mill Co.
Nelson's Photo Studio in Princeton
will be open for sittings next Sunday
for the accommodation of those who
are too busy to come and have their
picture taken on a Saturday. It is
also open on Saturday as usual.
Please take notice.
Farmers are getting well along with
their seeding and in most places are
now turning their attention to their
corn and potato land. The last week
was a good one for seeding and all
farmers took advantage of the good
weather and made everything count.
On Monday the clerk of court issued
three marriage licenses as follows:
Isaac D. Morse of the town of Prince
ton and Miss Inger C. Berglund of
Bogus BroQk Henry R. Hill of Pierce
county. Wisconsin and Miss Nellie
Johnson of Milaca Elmer Gardner
and Miss Viola Elmer of Milaca. The
last two couple were married at
Milaca by Rev. Olin.
Robert Carew of St. Cloud who came
over to attend the funeral of his
brother and remained to help look af
ter some of the little details after the
funeral, returned home last Saturday.
He said that himself and sisters felt
under great obligations to the people
of Princeton for their many kind acts
during the illness and at the time of
the death and funeral of Mr. Carew.
How much will the public-spirited
citizens of Princeton contribute to
ward sprinkling Depot street from the
Rines corner down to the railroad
and about the depot where the
'bus and teams stand. In dry weather
the wind is blowing the dust is
almost intolerable. Certainly not in
keeping with that handsome depot we
have. Let's have that portion of the
street sprinkled and look like a town,
besides have a little comfort.
bekahs was held at the I. O. O. F. hall
yesterday afternoon and evening at
which time a school of instruction was
held by Mrs. Lieber, State president.
There were visiting Rebekahs present
from the twin cities and several of the
neighboring villages of Princeton.
The Princeton Rebekahs entertained
the visitors in a hearty manner and
served dinner and supper afc the Oddconsumption.
Fellows' hall.
E. C. Stucke of Henderson, Minn.,
who has just received his certificate as
a registered pharmacist from the State
board of pharmacy, is assisting at C.
A. Jack's drug store during the
sence of Mr. Jack. Mr. Stucke says
that at the last examination before the
State board of pharmacy there were
141 who were examined and but twenty
one successfully passed the examina
tions. In view of the fact that he was
one of the lucky ones he considers him
self fortunate.
There will be services at the Con
gregational church next Sunday morn
ing and evening. Rev. S. V. S.
Fisher, Congregational minister of
Minneapolis, will fill the pulpit. Mr.
Fisher has preached here before and
is an interesting speaker. On Sun
May 15th Rev. Geo. R. Merrill of
Minneapolis will supply the pulpit.
The Congregational church has a new
minister in view and an effort will be
made to have him come here and try
the field for a short time.
Mrs. E. L. McMillan received the
sad intelligence last week that one of
her brothers had died in California of
He had been ailing for
some time and was taken to California
in hopes that the change would be
beneficial, but he did not live long af
ter arriving there. The remains were
brought to Minneapolis, arriving
there Sunday and were taken to Litch
where the funeral was held the
first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Millan took the train Saturday morn
ing for Minneapolis to meet the recharge
mains and accompany them to Litch
The board of health is getting after
some of the slow ones who have not
cleaned up their premises yet. The
law compels all property owners to
clean up their premises every May
and if this little duty is neglected the
officers of the law take the matter in
hand and have the work done for
which the owners must foot the bill.
There are a good many outhouses in
Princeton that are in a very unsani
tary condition and many vaults
should be condemned and filled up.
The board of health should make a
very rigid inspection of all places
that look at all suspicious.
MAY 5, 1904.
International stock food and poultry
supplies at Walker's.
Imperial grape juice, nature's great
est tonic 25c at Walker's.
Bridge and wife left last Thurs
day for Tacoma where they will make
their future home.
For SaleElectric battery. In good
condition and very reasonable.
N. Small, Princeton, Minn.
The Ladies' Aid society of Green
bush will meet with Mrs. Claire Neu
mann on Wednesday afternoon, May
What's the matter with having some
open air concerts by our band the
coming summer. Don't all speak at
The old reliable Zenith wall plas
ter. Always fresh and sticks like a
brother. B. D. Grant, sole agent,
Princeton, Minn.
Chas. Judkins went down to Elk
River the first of the week to attend
the meeting of the board of county
commissioners of Sherburne county.
Dr. Walker went to Minneapolis yes
terday to have his teeth looked after.
Dentists, like doctors, never care to
trust to their own skill in their pro
The body of Patrick Igo was taken
to the old home of Mr. Igo at Hector,
Minn., last Saturday by his brother
who arrived Friday and took charge
of the remains.
Swan Anderson of Joliet, Ills., who
owns a farm in Bogus Brook, spent a
week visiting in Princeton and vicin
ity. He says that he expects to move
onto his farm in another year.
Dr. Bacon came down from Milaca
last Monday with Peter Schelin who
was suffering from cancer of the lip.
Mr. Schelin was taken to the North
western hospital where Dr. Bacon re
moved the cancerous growth.
Owing to need of room I am obliged
to close out my entire stock of sash
and doors at wholesale cost for cash
only. Here is a great opportunity to
all who contemplate building.
B. D. Grant.
Farmers, try a 200 pound sack of
fertilizer on your corn, wheat, oats
or potatoes. You will be surprised at
the result. Price $2.70 per sack,
enough to go over one acre. 19-4t
Princeton Roller Mill Co.
County Commissioner Norton who
came down from the lake yesterday to
attend the meeting of the board of
county commissioners says that the
ice is just going out of the lake and
navigation will open in a very short
Delos N. Hunt came back from Ken
tucky last Monday to see his mother
who is very ill at the home of her son.
Fiee Edmison in the town of Wyanett.
Mrs. Hunt is over eighty years of age
and is quite feeble. Mr. Hunt says
that the winter was a very cold one in
Kentucky, though he did not notice
the cold after having breathed Minne
sota ozone forty below and better for
many years. He says that in many
parts of Kentucky the people are over
a hundred years behind the progres
sive west, and back in the mountains
there are many people who never
heard of the Declaration of Independ
ence or W. J. Bryan. Mr. Hunt says
they have a little boy baby at their
home, the little fellow being two weeks
All pensioners entitled to increase
on account of age can have their
claims promptly attended to by A. Z.
Norton, Princeton, Minn. Comrades
give me a call, office in Carew block.
R. E. Lynch, the pioneer Tubular
Well dealer of Minneapolis, has per
manently located two miles east of
Zimmerman, and is prepared to do all
kinds of well work and pump repair
ing. Long experience in the well
business enables me to make shallower
and better wells than can be made by
less experience. Drop me a postal
card to Zimmerman and I will call on
you. Established in 1884. 17-4t
When you want to send money away get a
From the Citizens State Bank.
Cheapest, safest and most convenient for re
mitter and recepient.
Any bank, anywhere, will cash it without
If lost, duplicate will be issued without
No .application required.
We give you a Receipt.
Cheaper than postoffice or express orders.
Compare our rates. Bank
rioney Order
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We guarantee to save you money
and furnish you good reliable instru
ments. We sell for CASH or on the
buy an ORGAN or PIANO and have
the use of it while paying for it? We
GANS also other STANDARD
STORE in rear of Security Bank.
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Pianos and Organs and all Musical Instruments.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ewing.
Wall Paper.
Our stock is now complete,
and our prices are right.
invite your inspection
Dr. Armitasre's Offices 4BX
Princeton, Minn.
Shepard's Bakery
J. A. SHEPARD, Proprietor.
Several years in bakery business
We can bake your pastry and bread stuffs cheaper than you
can do it yourself, and unless you are an expert, much better.
Do not forget us when you need
anything in our line of goods. We
have always on hand a full supply
of bread, buns, pies, cakes, cookies,
doughnuts, baked fresh every day.
Wedding cakes
a specialty.
Cleanliness and purity of materials assured.
A Restaurant in connection.
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Princeton Mercantile Co.
MORNEAU BROS., Proprietors.
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v*nv,wa Hours-9A to 12 30 2P. to 6
Ask Those Who Know
Ask your neighborswho use an old idea
bucket bowlcontraption filledbutter tainting
separatorwhat trouble THEY have. Then ask
your neighbors, who use the
What troubles THEY have. They'll all sav
Get the right separator. Let me give you a
catalogue, or the big six page paper, the
Agents fox*
CAPACITY 20,000,000.
Postoffice Address, BricktOtl, M/flH.
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Commercial Hotel,
Princeton, flinn.
Under new management this hotel has been enlargedto more
than double its size and equipped with steam heating plant,
bath rooms, and all modern improvements.

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