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Court next week at Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McFarland
were in Minneapolis this week.
Mrs. Martin Brand v. ho has been
lsiting in Minneapolis has returned
Mrs. A. W. Wodcock went to Min
neapolis Tuesday to visit her daugh
Fresh radishes, lettuce, onions,
celery and pie-plant for Saturday.
A new lot of popular music just re
ceived atEvving's Music Store. Come
and look it over.
Mrs. Charles Pearson will move
next week to Tmtah, Minn., where her
husband has started in business.
The Dorcas ladies served both din
ner and supper at the G. A. R. hall
last Saturday and netted about $40
for their trouble.
Just received a new line of Priestly
ladies' cravanettes which we are sell
ing at S10 to $25.
Jesmer's Department Store.
My house on the north side of the
river is for rent. Inquire of Geo.
Mrs. C. H. Ecklund.
Miss Bessie Norton of South Shore
came down to attend the teachers'
meeting Saturday and while here was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Evving.
Mrs. Annie Coulter of Montana
and Mrs. E. G. Houck of Joliet, Ills.,
two sisters, ha\e been visiting their
old friends Judge Va Alstein and
wife the past week.
I have just bought a line of sample
ladies' hand-bags, purses and pocket
books which I will sell at fifty cents on
the dollar. Don't delay, they will
not last long. J. C. Herdliska.
Mrs. John Boyn is ill with small
po\. She nursed Mrs. Edith Cline
who nad the disease a short time ago
and supposed that she was immune,
but the disease took hold of her never
theless. She has it in a mild form.
Oscar Peterson has made arrange
ments to open a blacksmith shop in
Elk River. He went down the first of
the week and rented a shop and ex
pects to start up just as soon as he
can get ready. Oscar is a thoiough
orkman and Elk River will find him
an all-around man in his ti ade.
Complaint has been made to the
officials that parties along the St.
Francis river have been dynamiting
lish and that there has been a whole
sale slaughter for the sake of secur
ing a few lish. Better take a lesson
from the recent haul of offenders who
appeared in Justice Mergel's court.
Ha/el Bell, the infant daughter of
Thomas and Ervia Looney, of the
town of Baldwin, died of pneumonia
on March 27th. The child was one
year of age. The funeral was held on
Wednesday at 10 o'clock a. m., and
the interment was in Baldwin ceme
tery. Rev. Swinnerton officiated at
Last Friday night while going
around the corner of his house Ben
Soule fell and struck his hand on a
rusty nail which was fastened in a
piece of kindling wood which had been
left in the yard. The nail pierced the
hand quite a distance and Ben was
compelled to have the injury treated
at once to head off any complications.
Rev. H. Plaintikow, of St. Paul,
presiding elder of the Evangelical as
sociation, preached twice last Sunday
in the A. O. U. W. hall to the Evan
gelical people of Princeton and vicin
ity. Rev. Plantikow was much
pleased with Princeton and the people
he met while here. Rev. Sfcegner of
St. Paul preaches every other week at
Princeton and also preaches at
There is every reason why we
should sell all the paints that are
used in this locality. We have
everything ever wanted, we have
a lot of it, it is of the high grade
quality that you want, and we are
in position to make the lowest
prices for that kind. Whenever
you think paint, think of us. It is
a thought that is bound to pay you.
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
Evangelical church near Isanti.
Colors in Oil,
Oils, Putty, Etc.
For RentThree rooms up stairs.
Inquire of Mrs. Berg.
We now enjoy the serenade of the
robbin and the meadow lark.
fat Kirkaicy bloaters, five
Mrs. William Cole of Minneapolis
is visiting Mrs. Martin Bra nd this
A girl baby was born to Mr. and
Mrs. S. A Lane on Tuesday night of
A. S. Mark went to St. Paul this
week to pick up some spring snaps for
his Princeton trade.
For SaleA nearly new jump-seat
covered buggy. Inquire at J. C.
Herdliska's jewelry store.
Geo. W. Redmond of Jones county,
Iowa, and Miss Nettie Austin were
married yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cravens of Min
neapolis were visiting relatives the
village Wednesday and Thursday
S. Petterson is making arrange
ments to have a large barn built on
ins residence property. Will Hatch
has the contract.
Mrs. D. R. Eaton and Mrs. John
King of Mora were down the first of
the week to see Mrs. Robert O'Brien
of Wyanett wrho
is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Richardson
who have been visiting relatives and
friends in Princeton and vicinity,
went to Minneapolis Mondav
Mrs. Sederquist of Milaca under
went a surgical operation at the
Northwestern hospital last Saturday.
She is making a good recovery
Mrs. William Brennan and Mrs.
Kling of the town of Mmden, Benton
county, were visiting Miss Tave Car
mody this week, before her return to
Geo Gablraith who has rented his
farm in Blue Hill will move to Deer
wood, where he will get in the M. E.
harness and look after church work in
B. D. Grant went to Elk River this
week to be present at court as the
plaintiff the case against Fred E.
Brown of Blue Hill charged with sel
ling a mortgaged bicycle.
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
In the matrimonial column of the
Pioneer Press of last Sunday ap
peared the following item which will
be of interest to Princeton people:
M. Kafka announces the engage
ment of his daughter, Miss Lena
Kafka, to A. Mark ot Brainerd."
C. A. Dickey went to Elk River
Monday to attend the opening of court.
Mr. Dickey represented Ed Kornmann
in the appealed case of Brande vs.
Kornmann. The plaintiff secured
judgment in justice court. When the
case came before the district court it
was reversed and judgment was given
defendant for costs. The case of the
town of Blue Hill vs. Philip Boehn
was set over to the May term.
The Foley Bean Lumber has dis
posed of its Princeton yard to T. H.
Caley, S. S. Petterson and \V.
Chase, the deal being consummated
Tuesday. The Princeton buyers will
incorporate, and Mr. Chase, who has
had charge of the yards for a number
of years, will continue as manager of
the yards. Samuel McClure and E. K.
Rudd of the Foley Bean Co. were
down Tuesday to close the deal.
Mrs. G. A. Eaton left for Minne
apolis Saturday to remain over Sun
day with her daughter Avis of Stanley
Hall, and while down Mrs. Eaton in
company with Mrs. J. Zimmerman
who went to the city Monday attended
the production of "Parsifal" in Ger
man by the Conried opera company
which is giving a brief season of
grand opera in Minneapolis at the
auditorium. On Tuesday evening
they witnessed the production of "Les
Nelson's photos please the people.
Herring strips, something new, try
County Commissioner Deans was
down from Foreston Tuesday on a
Gus Carlson and wife drove o^er
from Cambridge last Saturday and
remained over Sunday.
The stock of goods of the late John
N. Berg has been closed out and the
lease of the building has reverted to
E. F. Douglas.
Miss Tave Carmody of Helena,
Mont., who has been visiting her
folks for some time will returned to
Helena this week.
I have a few Owatonna light-run
ning disc and shoe drills which I wish
to close out and it will pay farmers
to call and look them over. They are
bargains. 14-tf D. Grant.
Henry Avery was called to his home
in Wisconsin last week by a telegram
stating that his father was seriously
ill. It is learned that his father is
much better and Mr. Avery is ex
pected home soon.
Mrs. Mary Cotton and son, Ben,
went to Onamia this week. Mrs. Cot
ton will return in a short time, while
Ben will take a position with the
Foley Bean Lumber Co. as time
keeper on the Rum river drive.
Those wishing to take out their
second papers should apply to the
court on the 4th, oth and 6th of April
at the court house.
Robt. H. King,
Clerk District Court
The many friends of M. J. Costello
will be glad to hear that he has been
promoted to general industrial agent
for the Great Northern company at
a salary of $200 per month. Mart is
built right to fill the new position all
Mark's Great Bargain Store has
just purchased the sample line of
ladies' muslin underwear of Pidds,
Huchins & Co, the finest stock of its
kind ever placed on sale in Princeton.
It will be offered on sale day next
A meeting of all parties interested
in the construction of the south-town
bridge will be held at C. A. Dickey's
office on next Saturday evening at
8 o'clock, at which time reports of
committees will be received. A full
attendance is desired.
Lost, on March 22d, on Blue lake
road south of Princeton, a brown
pocket book containing two $10 bills
and the rest was %o bills. Book con
tained names of H. Haas and Richard
Zeibarth. Finder please return to
Union office for reward.
O. N. Kimball of Miles. Jackson
county, Iowa, has rented the Geo.
Galbraith farm in the town of Blue
Hill and will move onto the same in a
very short time. Mr. Kimball was up
over Sunday to make arrangements
and left for home Monday, to make
preparations to move.
I will open my hotel on the twenty
third of March at my old stand in
Princeton and I wish to see all my
old customers and many new ones. I
intend to give all the best of accom
modations. I will conduct the hotel
under the name of the Hotel Skandia.
Rev. Rupert Swinnerton went to
Ogilvie last Friday afternoon and de
livered his lecture on Building an
Ideal Man." He reports a good at
tendance and a\ that he was royally
entertained. While there he met some
young men whom he had not seen for
over eleven years, and he greatly en
joyed his visit.
The April term of the district court
convenes on Monday of next week.
Judge Searle will probably preside.
Clerk of Court King is busy getting
the calendar in shape. It is not a
very lengthy one nor are there any
cases of unusual importance. Former
clerk of court, L. S. Briggs is assist
ing Mr. King in the preparation of the
The kids of the town started the
ball season lastH Saturday at the fair
grounds by a game between the Racers
and the Tigers in which the Racers
won by a score of eleven to ten. For
the Racers Levi Nelson pitched and
Charles Brace did the rear work
while the battery for the Tigers was
Harry Orr and Clyde Cravens. Claire
Smith did the umpiring.
Laud Rutherford, formerly of Mora,
but now a resident of Spokane, Wash.,
was in Princeton last week a few days
visiting with his uncle, M. S. Ruther
ford. Laud while east disposed of his
property at Mora and left the latter
part of the week for Spokane where
he will make his future home. He is
in the real estate business with his
father-in-law at that place.
O. N. Lundeen, the father of Hyno
Lundeen. who was murdered in the
box car at Elk River last fall, has
been visiting with his old friend,
J. Wikeen, with whom he worked side
by side in the old country. Mr. Lun
deen lives at Moorhead, and came
down last week to be in readiness for
the trial at Elk B^ive? next week of
the two men enarged tfifch-ftb' mni&er
of his son.
Mrs. H. R. Mallette of Milaca
visiting in Princeton Saturday.
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Mary Millett is reported quite ill.
Anson Howard has opened a feed
barn in the old Commercial hotel barn.
Mrs. C. H. Ecklund has moved to
Minneapolis where she will reside in
Miss Emma Kreger of Minneapolis
was visiting Mrs. E. B. Anderson the
first of the week.
Mrs. L. G. Smuckler went to St.
Paul last week to visit her folks and
while down attended '"Parsifal."
Just received a car load of Zenith
wall plaster and Ash Grove lime.
1: D. Grant.
Special sale on ginghams on next
Saturdayall 8c and 10c ginghams at
3c per yard at Jesmer's department
Siver Olson of Minnesota Falls, La
qui Parle county, was visiting his old
friend G. A. Johnson of Baldwin the
first of the week.
Otto Manske wishes to announce
that his new bakery and restaurant in
the building adjoining Moey's Hotel
Skandia will be open for business on
Wednesday of next week.
Jerry Besser was brought down
from Milaca Monday, to receive
further treatment for his broken leg,
which has not been doing very well
since he left the hospital.
There was a miniature bus war at
the depot last Thursday evening but
all differences were settled by the next
morning and the regular bus now
makes the train, but is run by Elmer
August Anderson of Milaca was
brought to the Northwestern hospital
Monday suffering with blood poison
ing of the hand. Dr. Cooney was
obliged to amputate one finger. The
patient is doing well.
An eight-pound girl baby was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Newbert at
Mora on Wednesday of last week.
Grandpa Newbert received the news in
time for publication but neglected to
pass the good news along.
Mr. Kelly of St. Paul who will have
charge of the new hotel which Emmet
Mark will put up on his property near
his yards was in Princeton the latter
part of last week looking over the
'field and getting acquainted.
County Treasurer Burrell and wife
drove to Elk River last week and went
to the twin cities rail where thev
spent a dav. driving back from Elk
River with then ponies. Mr. Burrell
says his ponies are good roadsters.
A large party ot young people
gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon W Annis last Saturdav evening.
There was good music on violin,
guitar ana piano. Refreshments were
served at the close ot the merry mak
ing. All report a verv good time.
Tom Horan ot Milaca has leased the
Douglas bowling allev building ior
five years and will open a saloon at
that place as soon a-, he can secure a
license. Mr. Douglas will probably
occupy the building which he leased
to the late John Berg, and use the
building for a billiard and pool room.
Rev. llupeit Swinnerton went to
Minneapolis this week to spend a lew
days. He will remain ovei Suudav
and Rev. Haves of Hamhne will till
the M. E. palpit ne^t Sindf morn
ing and evening Rev. Swinnerton
will go to Duluth horn Minneapolis
Monday to attpnd thf Duluth district
(.onfereme. He will speak on Sun
day Evening Service
E. B. ANDERSON
You've heard the old song, "Pull Down the Blinds,
Love, Pull Down the Blinds." Years ago it was what is
now called in music parlance a "hit" It is now only a
memory. It is not pull down the blinds but pull down
the curtains, those old and dingy looking curtains. You
will be cleaning house soon and you will never find a
better opportunity to make a change. When you get
ready to buy remember that our line of famous Notting-
ham curtains can't be excelled. Prettiest of patterns and
the best of wear. We have curtains from 38 cents up.
Ewing's Music Store
Headquarters for all
Pianos and Organs
And Sheet Music of all kinds.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ewing
Whether you want old or
Ours is up=to=date, and all
the latest novelties are
among our stock.
The Corner Drug Store.
Dr. ArmitaCe's Offir*C ARE ABOVE THE STORE Rhone GO.
is*. ^IIlIILd&C UlHCeS Hours-9 A to 12 30 2 to 6
All Gears Covered==
Easy to Reach.
That's another fine point about THE ONLY
UP-TO-DATE SEPARATOR MADE. The gears
are very simpleand entirely enclosed.
Are absolutely safe. A child can play safely
about or on one running at full speed. All other
separators are different. You should inspect the
Tubular. Ask us for a catalogue about them.
CALEY HARDWARE GO.
Go to A. N. Lenertz
AND TAKE IN THE
You miss it if you don't, and no
one to blame but yourself. You
know that a dollar saved in a
purchase is a dollar made. On
this sale the profits all go to you.
I guarantee you a saving
of from 15 to 2 5 per cent
on an average. This is
worth going after.
A. N.' LENERTZ.
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