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Miss Lou Starff has returned from
a short visit to friends in Anoka.
are characteristic of intelligent people. They go with the finer
nervous organizations of the civilized races. Few people of
nervous temperament or mental power escape them. Those
who are exempt are pretty sure to be so well physically as to
escape all other ailments also. Headaches often mean danger.
They go before all serious brain affections.
Jack's Headache Tablets
cure headaches promptly and safely. They will always do this,
and may stand between you and something more serious.
Nelson's photos please the people.
Dr. Small is still incapacitated by
Oats for sale by C.
ty cents per bushel.
Price 2 5 Cents.
A portrait of L. W. Pierson, finely
executed, appears in his show window.
For SaleA $45 ice box for
Enquire at the five and ten cent store.
Miss May Wheaton of Elk River is
\isitmg the Misses Helen and Mary
Little Miss Davie of Minneapolis is
A lsitmg at the home of N. E. Jesmer,
Special prices in ladies' and chil
dren's summer underwear for Satur
day only at Pierson's.
A La Mountain and daughter of
St Paul are here on a visit to Mr
and Mrs Smuckler
Mrs Emmet Mark returned on Sat
urday from California, where she had
been visiting for s'ever'al months
Don't buy before you look over the
special values offered in summer dress
goods at Jesmer's department store.
Chas. Wheaton, Herbert Merrifield,
Geo. Kermott and Willie Staples of
Elk River went out to Camp Mac ondramatic
The expenses of attendnig Mankato
Commercial College are about half
that of any other good school. Send
Mr. and Mrs W. Pierson left to
day for Minneapolis, from whence
they will proceed to San Pedro, Cal.
Mr Pierson is called there on business.
Mrs Fred Kearshing of Minne
apolis is taking a vacation at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
August Gerth, in Princeton township.
L. Fr\hhng will begin transferring
his stock from the old store to the new
in about a week and will be ready for
business at the latter place on August
All kinds of ciushed fruit and nut
sundaes, the most delicious ice cream
in town, only ten cents a dish at The
Home Drug Store, Cooney block,
The baseball club of Blue Hill will
gi\e a dance at the town hall of that
place on Saturday evening, July 22.
Supper, ice cream and soda water
will be served.
J. B. Gibheard of Milo is here this
week under treatment by Dr. Cooney.
Mr. Gibheard says that all crops in
his part of the country are in splendid
condition and bid fair to yield heavily.
Miss Nellie Cameron gave a dancing
party on Tuesday evening in honor of
T. H. Howard and his sister, Mrs.
John Heag. Refreshments were served
and the evening passed in much social
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
any photographic work done. tf
A Allen and wife of Sherburn
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. Ross at this place on Saturday
They had upon that day returned from
Duluth, where the former was a mem
ber of the United States grand ]ury
Henry Avery, who recently left here
to take a position in Virginia City,
Minn., has been heard from,
signifies his intention of again return
ing to Princeton, the conditions exist
ing in the mining country not appeal
ing to his taste.
C. A. JACK
George I Staples Is the only person who Is
authorized to collect money flue this office In
every case the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
receipt DUNN Publisher
H. Rmes. Thir-
Fred Rogers is here from Illinois
on a visit to his mother.
On Thursday was born to Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Farnham a son.
James Smallen of Grand Forks,
D., was in the village yesterday.
A pretty box of Lowney's candy can
be found at The Home Drug Store,
Cooney block, Princeton.
Geo. Dunn and Ben Cotton returned
Mille Lacs lake on Tuesday,
coming down the river in a canoe.
They say that B. D. Grant's dry
powder duster kills the bugs the first
shot. D. Grant, Princeton. 31-tf
A marriage license was issued on
Wednesday to Wm. A Owens of Carl
ton and Miss Lulu Sadley of Prince
Miss Ruby Wmsor, who is in at
tendance at the training school here,
passed Sunday at her home
Mrs O'Kehher of Blackduck is here
on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Rines, and expects to re
main some time.
Special sale on voiles, Shimmer
silks, melanges, dimities, ombrettes,
crepe, China and dotted Swiss at Jes
mer's department store.
The first rehearsal of the Princeton
club was held at the town
hall last evening, and, for a begin
ning, the organization did first rate.
Mrs. Ida Coons and daughter, who
has been here on a visit ta her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Applegate, re
Rock Island, 111., on Tues-
The school board visited Brickton
on Monday night to examine the
school house and thereby determine
whether to erect a new structure or
repair the old
Mr. Jaqus of Milo, one of the old
est residents of Mille Lacs county and
a veteran Odd Fellow, attended the
installation ceremonies of the Prince
ton lodge last Friday.
Special in ladies' muslin underwear
for Saturday at Pierson's Goods
generally sold at 50 cents will go for
39 cents, 75 cent goods will go for 50
cents and $1.00 goods for 74 cents.
A new engine furnished by the Caley
Hardware company has been placed
in E Nystrom's gasoline launch at
Green lake The vessel is now in
good running order and at the dis
posal of the public for pleasure trips.
The only fountain pen on the market
that is guaranteed not to leak when
carried in any position the pocket
and warranted to write immediately
whenever applied to paper is the
"Clean-to-Handle." For sale at the
Home Drug Store.
Henry Kariger, on complaint of his
father, J. F. Kariger, was on Satur
day arrested and brought before Jus
tice Norton charged with being incor
rigible. He was sentenced by the jus
tice to the State training school, the
district judge approving such sentence.
County Treasurer Burrell and Wm.
Fraser have returned from their team
wish to have trip to the Sauk Valley, their stay be
ing of shorter duration than they at
the stS^rt anticipated. Mr. Burrell
says tlfat the crop J wheat, oats and
other Small grain ii the vall6y is imr
mense and of particularly fine grade
Good team and harness for sale.
C. W. Van Wormer.
A large number of persons from
here visited Camp Mac on Sunday,
Miss Anna Williams of Minneapolis
is he^e on a short visit to her mother.
Hon. E. Mark is now conducting
the Riverside hotel, R. C. Kelly hav
ing left town.
Mrs. Cotton and grandson, George
Small, returned from a visit to Mille
Lacs on Monday.
The Union staff is indebted to
A. Carlson, a prominent argicul
turist residing near Brickton, for
quantity of fine cherries grown upon Lacs county under her maiden
which bore the
brought from Sweden by Mr. Carlson
fruit ot whic hes fourteen, were Milaca many and at onea
cnre yea% agd ^ae^herr^ is a waer she was considered one of the
very hari^ yariety^ aria^ of ^acfeellent best instructors and was very highly
The Princeton ball team will picnic
at Sandy lake on Sunday.
Mrs. Ecklund of Minneapolis is
visiting the Staff family at this place.
Eight and 10 cent ginghams will go
at Pierson's special sale on Saturday
for six cents.
Little Miss Venus Riesland of
Milaca is a guest of Mrs. Bryson on
the north side.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Winsor of Wyanett
went over to Cambridge on Sunday to
Albertus Hanson, pharmacist at the
Princeton drug store, is on a visit to
his home in Albert Lea.
A choice and varied stock of the
finest cigars manufactured can be ob
tained at the Home Drug Store.
The Roos building on Main street,
which has recently been remodeled,
will be occupied as a shoe store.
A second-hand mower and rake with
combination lift for sale. Inquire at
Grant's hardware store, Princeton.
Mrs. E. E. Heylander of Milaca is
on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. P. Woodman, at this place.
The Rev. James Lewis will occupy
the pulpit at the Methodist church
both morning and evening on Sunday
E. Mark left on Tuesday for Eveleth
with a carload of Angora-goats which
he proposed offering at auction in
A. G. Larson left here on Monday
for Waseca, where he has secured a
territory over which to sell Dr. Wat
The merry-go-round has afforded
much amusement to the little folks,
but withal we wish its tent had been
pitched elsewherefar, farther away.
Mr. Bryson of the north side has
built a fine new barn, rejuvenated his
house with a coat of paint and made
other improvements about his prem
The stakes at Camp Mac, Sandy
lake, were pulled on Tuesday and the
rusticators, bronzed and freckled, re
turned to their homes after an enjoy
The Ladies' Aid society of Green
bush will meet at the home of Mrs.
Chas Slater on Wednesday afternoon
next, July 26.
P. Morton, manager of the
Brickton Mercantile company's store,
called at this office last Thursday
The yards at Brickton are among the
largest in the country.
L. N. Grow and E. L. Southard,
with their wives and families, and
Roy Jesmer and wife returned on Sun
day from Elk lake, where they had
been in camp for ten days.
All summer goods on special sale
at Jesmer's department store, 25 cent
values for 19 cents 18 cent values for
12 cents 15 cent values for 10cents and
12% cent values for 9 cents.
Wm. Fisher of Bogus Brook was
brought before Judge Van Alstem
on Tuesday, and, upon examination,
found to be insane and committed to
the State hospital at Fergus Falls.
Crepe paper lunch sets, consisting
of a table cover 24x70 inches, twelve
doilies and twelve napkins, just the
thing for lawn fetes, picnics or camp
ers, for sale at the Home Drug Store,
in the Dr. Cooney block, Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ferrell and two
children have returned from a visit to
relatives in the southern part of the
State. They left here for their destin
ation in an automobile, but Mr. Fer
rell disposed of the machine while
Michael Mahoney attended an auc
tion conducted by John Shaefer at the
farm of Pat Carey, five miles from St.
Cloud, in Benton county, on Monday.
Pat has disposed of all his belong
ings, including sixty head of cattle,
five horses, farm machinery, etc., and
will go to the state of Washington to
Carl Carlson of Milo was brought
up before Judge Van Alstein in pro
bate court on Saturday afternoon and
examined as to his sanity by Drs.
Cooney and Armitage. The man
proved to be as sane as any other
man in his right mind and was dis
charged. His nervous condition,
brought on by an attack of typhoid
fever sometime ago, seems to have
been responsible for the idea that he
Word was received in Princeton on
Tuesday evening that Mrs. Roy Soule,
whose home is in Kalispell, Montana,
was dangerously sick at Seattle,
where she went to receive medical
treatment for rheumatism. Mrs.
Soule is well known throughout Mille
THE PRINCETON UtflON: ^HUBSDAY, JULY 20, 1905^
for sale at the Home
Dr. Whiting of Spencer Brook was
in Princeton on Monday.
time taught school in Princeton,
where she was considered one of the
i- i__ .i respectejd by the citizens.
J. F. Zimmerman and wife made a
trip to the twin cities on Monday.
Geo. Bradford left here on Monday
to Spokane, Washington.
for a trip
Mrs. Sabra Chute and two children
are in Spencer Brook for a visit of
John Coyne of Greenbush has gone
to Graceville to assist in harvesting
the wheat crop.
Miss Annie Baglund of Minneapo
lis returned home on Friday after a
vacation in Princeton.
The writer found in a clam taken
from the river Rum a seed pearl.
Now go adigging. There are plenty
of clams left.
N. E. Jesmer, wife and family
passed Sunday at Green lake, where
Mr. Jesmer chartered Ny strom's
When you haVe exhausted all your
patience on other sprayers call and
get a dry powder duster at B. D.
Grant's hardware store, Prince
Chas. Carlson of Milo was in
Princeton on Thursday. Mr. Carlson
owns one of the finest farms in Mille
Lacs county. He says that the crops
throughout his part of the country
are, with the exception of a small
acreage on the bottom lands, in splen
Joseph Ross of Chatfield, near the
Iowa line, son of the late Newell Ross
of this place, who has been visit
ing Princeton and who returned
to his home on Monday, says that the
corn in this vicinity is much farther
advanced than that in his part of the
Take no cognizance of the item now
going the rounds for the second time
of the country press to the effect that
dealers are prohibited by law from
giving away empty cigar boxes but
must destroy them. The infernal
revenue department will tell you that
you may give away all the cigar
boxes you please if you first cancel
Make Your Home
a Summer Home.
You will never know the real luxury comfort
and enjoyment to be bad from your porch until
you fit it with VUDOE Porch Shades
Wood is one of the best non-conductors of
heat known, therefore VUDOR Porch Shades
are made of Wood FibreLinden Wood
Your Porchthe part of your house which is
entirely out-of-doors, you would utilize all
summer long if it were not for the unendurable
summer sun With VUDOR Porch Shades
vour porch is made habitable
They protect you from the sun, but
the breeze passes through them.
FOR SALE BY
Caley Hardware Go.
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And many other
Dr. Armitajre's Offices
CLOSING OUT SALE
Of Large and Varied Stock of
Nothing but the best in Pianos
and Organs. Every instru
ment guaranteed. Easy terms.
New Home Sewing Machine,
And other Standard makes.
We carry none but the best
See us before you buy.
Ewings' Music Store,
Princeto n. Minn.
IT'S UP TO YOU
Having purchased the meat market of A. C. Smith
we hereby announce to the public of Princeton and
vicinity that we will continue the business, hoping
to see all old customers as well as many new ones.
Whether you want old or
Ours is up-to-date, and all
the latest novelties are
among our stock.
The Corner Drugstore
TO THE PUBLIC
QOTTWERTH & HUMMEL.
ARE GOOD MACHINES.
There isn't anything better made. They have all the latest im-
provements, are durable and easy running. The new vertical lift
mower is a wonder. We will be pleased to show you these machines.
Our Prices and Terms Are Right.
Evens Hardware Co.
This move is made necessary by an insufficiency
of shelf space for my new Fall Stock, and in con-
sequence the whole of my Summer Goods will be
disposed of at a reduction .unprecedented in the
city of Princeton.
TKe earlier yoti come tne larger and more
varied will be the stock to select from.
E. B. ANDERSON, Princeton,
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