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T4-^^^. Of Interest
A. F. Fryhling left on Saturday for
Northfield and expects to return with
his family on Friday next.
O. Hechn, one of the prominent resi
dential: DalbOj came in to chat with
the office force on Wednesday.
A choice and varied stock of the
finest cigars manufactured can be ob
tained at the Home Drug Store.
Sheriff Shockley moved about in
Hibbmg society this week. His mis
sion up there was one of collecting.
Tomorrow you may lawfully and
fearlessly approach the prairie fowl
with dog and gunif the fowl will
permit.
E E. Bigelow has rented his cattle
yard to Jim Kenely and Chris. Slater,
who will continue the business of cat
tle buying.
An adjourned meeting of the county
commissioners will be held in the
auditor's office at the court house on
Tuesday, Sept. 5th.
Half price special sale' on sample
shoes at Mark's Great Bargain Store
on Saturday. One day only. It will
pay you to investigate.
Master Harry Klaus returned to his
home at St. Paul on Friday after a
month's visit with his aunt, Mrs.
Frank Smith, at the Riverside hotel.
Dr Rolander's
Relief Tablets,
instantaneously. Drug Store in the
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SCHOO SUPPLIES."
See our stock of school supplies before you buy for
the next term. "We haveia full supply of everything
you will need and on many items can afford you a
substantial saving. In the supply line this will be
in either a better than ordinary quality, or more
than ordinary quality for the same price, or the
standard amount and quality for less than you are
asked to pay elsewhere. In addition you will have
a larger assortment from which to choose. If the
children come to get supplies they will receive as
prompt and courteous attention as though you came
yourselfand the prices will be the same, too.
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C. A. JACK
he Druggist
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various sources. -4
GjeOrge 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.ePublisher. Nelson's photosRplease th people
Mrs. Emmet Mark left for Duluth
on Monday.
Mr. Block of Chaska is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. David Wetter.
Fred Burrelf returned on Monday
from a visit in the cities.
Hon. A. A. D. Rahn made a busi
ness trip to the cities this week.
Dr. McRae returned on Friday from
a short vacation in the twin cities.
Edna and Adon Whitney'Visited rel
atives in Minneapolis on Wednesday.
Frank Smith left on
Crosse. Wis., to buy
horses
Friday for La
a carload of
Miss Belle Grant is spending a week
with friends in the cities. She left
here on Monday.
Free tuition to all who enter Man
Jsato Commercial College Sept. 4.
Send for particulars.
Instant Headache
Relieve headache
For sale at Home
Dr. Cooney block.
Miss Luella Rines, Mary and Helen
Patterson investigated the mysteries
of Wonderland fast week. They were
highly pleased with the entertainment
afforded.
When you go to church your ap
pearance may be largely improved by
wearing a pair of Pierson's gloves
to and from the services. Special sale
commences Saturday.
It was ever thus, etc. Just as the
Union employes were about to con
vert the lake south of the office into a
troutery the village council butts in
and frustrates its designs.
It is not generally known that it is
an offense against the postal laws to
transmit stamps through the mails for
the purpose of liquidating accounts.
But" it island is punishable by fine,
imprisonment or both*.
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N^lson,^ expert photographer of
Anojka atfends his branch studio at
Princeton the first and third Saturday
this, in mind when you wish
any photographic work done
of ec and every month. Please bear
Win. King of Wyanett. who settled
upon the farm where he now resides
in 1661, visited his son and daughter
here on Wednesday. Mr. King says
that he is highly pleased with this
year's crop results. Both yield and
quality are all that could be desired.
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New guns for rent at
ware store.
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Grant's hard-
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S. Johnson of Glendorado
Princeton on Monday.
I. C. Patterson and Mabel
went to Duluth on Saturday.
was in
Evens
Miss Belle Orton has returned from
a visit to her sister in Minneapolis.
C. A. Jack left on Tuesday f6r a1
couple of days' visit in the twin cities.
Mrs. M. S. Rutherford and daugh
ter Mildred spent* Saturday in Elk
Riv,er.
For RentA five-roomed house on
Main street, Princeton. Apply to S.
Long, Princeton.
Miss Mary Blair from the southern
part of the State is visiting her sister,
Mrs. S. W. Williams.
A pretty box of Lowney 's candy can
be found at The Home Drug Store,
Cooney block, Princeton.
J. A. Wetter, C. A. Woodward and
H. W Magnus were among the callers
at this office on Saturday.
Miss Brennan of the Northwestern
hospital is spending a fortnight's
vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Welch
at North Branch.
A choice variety of home-made
sausage at Rahn Bros. Highest*
market prices paid for veal calves
and spring chickens.
Anfin Rockstead, pharmacist at
Jack's, returned from his home at
Ashland, Wis., on Friday after a va
cation of three weeks.
A big reduction in prices of sum
mer hats to obviate carrying same
over to next year at Mrs. E. F. Grif
fith's millinery store.
Mrs. Bert Morrison of Minneapolis
and nephew, Guy Farnham, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Farn
ham two days last week.
Miss Bessie Shaw, principal of a
high school in Superior, who passed
her vacation in Princeton, left on
Monday to resume her duties.
Fryhling Bros, have a change of ad
this week. A large stock of new fall
and winter goods was purchased by
L. Fryhling in St. Paul on Monday.
Mrs. Geo. F. Wright was here last
week to superintend the packing of
her household effects for shipment to
St. Paul, her present place of abode.
Miss Ada Neumann, who has been
on an extended visit to Veterinarian
Neumann and fanjily, went back to
her home in New'uim on Monday
morning. ,s,
Dan Spaulding, G. A. Eaton and
Robert King attended the basket so
cial given at Zimmerman on Saturday
night for the benefit of the Odd Fel
lows' lodge at that place.
At Mark's Great Bargain Store for
Saturday only. Greatly reduced pri
ces on boys' clothing. Call and ex
amine our $1.98 suit. It's a record
breaker both for price and quality.
Road overseers should not forget
that the law requires the cutting of
weeds and brush along the highways
and empower^ them to enforce such
law. Now is the time to get at it.
We are pleased to note that Tele
grapher Douglas Loring has been re
installed in office, Mr. O'Hara hav
ing returned to Fergus Falls. Old
Jim is not so black as he is painted.
Your girl will love you more, your
wife respect you more and your moth
er-in-law be less exacting if you in
close your hands in a pair of Pier
son's gloves. You can afford them.
Sale commences Saturday next.
Information has been received by
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AaiXighteT ot Mr an
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^EriettjABcos. clothing,,,o$ Saturday
at Fryhling Bros.
J. F. pimme^man and wife went to
the cities on Thursday.
E. B. Anderson was in the city this
week purchasing goods.4
Mrs. J. Donnelly arrived here on
Monday from Rainy Lake to care for
her daughter, who is sick.
Reserve your most select exhibits
for the fair of your home county.
Princeton, Sept. 14, 15 and 16.
Erickson & Schwartz shipped two
carsjjof cattle from Ronneby this week
and one from Princeton to South St.
Paul.
Several wagonloads of potatoes
have come in this week, but the crop
has not yep begun to move with any
rapidity.
Remember the dates of the Mille
Lacs county fair at PrincetonThurs
day, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14,
15 and 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Neely and family and
Mrs. Loret|a .Howard were*\the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cooper at Cam
bridge on Sunday.
Miss Ethel Briggs returned from St.
Paul on Saturday. She was for a
month assistant in the millinery store
of Robinson & Strause.
Miss Lucille Hildreth of Elk River
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. C.
Patterson and family. She will re
turn home on Saturday.
Misses Myrtle Scruby and Minnie
Jellison of St. Cloud, instructors in
the normal school, were the guests of
Miss Brennan last week.
Sam J. Fryhling of Bemid]i is here,
on a week's visit to his brothers. Mr.
Fryhling conducts a merchant tailor
ing establishment at Bemidji.
Miss Anderson of Minneapolis, who
has been visiting her parents in Wy
anett, returned on Monday to resume
her occupation in the flour city.
All kinds of crushed fruit and nut
sundaes, the most delicious ice cream
in town, only ten cents a dish at The
Home Drug Store, Cooney block,
Princeton.
A. Carlson, organizer for the order
of Modern Samaritans, arrived from
Duluth on Saturday for the purpose
of instituting a ladies' auxiliary to
the society at this place.
Mulford's Laxative Salts of Fruit
cures headache, sour stomach, flatu
lence and biliousness, A pleasant,
refreshing draught. Twenty-five cents
at Home Drug Store in Dr. Cooney's
'block.
This is the time of year when the
small boy goeth forth into the under
brush and returneth home with but a
fragmentary portion of his raiment
and a pocket full of hazel nuts to
confront his mother and a shingle.
Hon. D. F. Kelly, wife, son and
daughter, Roy Moses and Miss Delta
Miller drove over from Northfield on
Friday to visit C. A, &ackJ and 'wifeV
They returnned on Tuesday. Mr. and
Mrs. Kelly are the parents of Mrs.'
Jack.
Miss Lizzie Townsend, who has held
a position in Robinson & Strause's
millinery establishment in St. P^aul,
returned home on Friday. She ex
pects to leave here on Sept. 4th to
accept a similar position in Grand
Forks.
The office force is indebted to Elmer
Woodman for a quantity of very
luscious blackberries approaching
closely in dimensions the size of mul
berries. Thenvarious fruits
Mr
choicest.
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Mrs Joh
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to have
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dead
Mrs Va
a daughter of Colin Campbell,
erly of Princeton.
A special conference of the ministers
of the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran
church of the St. Paul district will be
held in the old M. E. church, Prince
ton, on Sept. 11th and 12th. On
Tuesi
day, the second day of the session, an
election of officers will take place.
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THE PfclKCETON UNION :f*THXJR8DAY, AUGUST 31, 1905.
Postmaster Cordiner went to the
cities on matters of business import
Monday. at Red Wing.
WantedA girl for general house
work. Good wages. Apply to L. N.
Grow, Princeton.
Miss Deppe returned to her home in
St. Paul on Tuesday after a week's
visit with relatives here.
Gent's
Bros.
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Mrs. Stanley of ^St. Clofid was a
visitor at R. D. Byers this week.
E. E. Bigelow will pay highest mar
ket prices
him.
for all poultry brought to
Mrs. Frank Peterson and two sons
left for a visit in Minneapolis on Sat
urday.
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Miss Mattie Tibbetts returned on Grace Sadley will leave on
Wednesday night from a month's visit
Frida
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A special sacrifice sale in men's
gloves will commence at Pierson's on
Sturday and continue seven days.
Regular $1.50 quality will be cut down
to $1.15, $1.00 value to 75 cents and
50 cent value to 38 cents. A job lot in
thirteen-months-ol. variety will be closed out at tt
OQ cencs
furnishings Fryhling
Mille Laos county fair at Princeton
Sept. 14, 15 and 16.
Mrs. J. Kimball of Page came down
on Monday and returned Tuesday.
Ralph Jones of Minneapolis visited
his parents at Princeton on Sunday.
Miss Michaelson
for a short visit
cities.
left on Saturday
to friends in the
Mille Lacs county fair at Princeton
Sept. 14, 15 and 16. It promises to
be the best ever.
ccheap
On pair of general purpose
1,100 pounds,-for sale by
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Wm. Ross, Princeton
Miss
for Opstead, where she has an
engagement to teach school.
Creameryman F. L. Lindall of West
Branch was in town on Wednesday
unloading a car of butter tubs.
Mrs. Cooney, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Chapman and Mrs. Roy Jesmer are
in attendance at the Cambridge fair.
Otto Walters has an Easter lily in
his window which has bloomed five
times this season. This is very un
usual.
Miss Hannen of Mapleton returned
home on Saturday after an enjoyable
visit of four days with Miss Maude
Whitney.
Miss Pachea of Minneapolis, who
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Witte at this place, returned to her
hpme last Friday.
Henry Avery,Frank Goulding, Lulu
Neumann and Grace Morehouse
whiled away Sunday at the Petterson
cottage, Spectacle lake.
Mrs. Lundstedt, nurse at the North
western hospital here, has returned
from her vacation in the twin cities,
Foley and other places.
Misses Phyllis Frye and Helen
Staples of Elk River were the guests
of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. I. Staples, this week.
Miss Marjery Soule left on Wednes
day for Minneapolis, where she met
her mother and together they returned
to their home at Boise, Idaho.
Cravens. Soule & Burrell have com
menced operations on ditch No. 2.
The time limit allowed by contract for
completion of same is Jan. 1, 1906.
Register of Deeds Burnhelm came
down from his bailiwick at Bock on
Monday, renewed acquaintance with
his brother officers and distributed
the#igars.
Special sale at Mark's Great Bar
gain Store for Saturday only: Six
and 7 cent prints, all fast colors, will
go at 4 cents per yard. Ten yards
only to a customer.
The Oddfellows and Rebekahs. with
their families, picnicked at Sandy
Lake yesterday. They thoroughly en
joyed themselves and say a good word
for Mr. and Mrs. E. Grant of Central
Park.
Vath's Business Colleges at St.
Cloud, Sauk Centre, Alexandria and
Wahpeton have more graduates and
students in banks than any other in
stitution in the northwest. Business
and shorthand courses. Send for
catalogue.
The Hon. Emmet Mark of Princeton
and A. Mark of Brainerd contemplate
the erection of a large store at Mid
land, the new town on the west side of
Mille Lacs lake, and the conducting
of a general merchandise business un
der the name and style of Mark Bros.
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Serenus P. Skahen, son of Banker
Skahen, has returned from his three
months vacation trip in the west. Mr.
Skahen visited El Paso, San Fran
cisco, Portland, Salt Lake C\ty and
thfer places.^ The trip has' done him
dear of good, Mrs.
ci*he% who
ijenttothe coast for hei healthyis'in
Sap Francisco, and is expected home
In the course of a month.
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PIANOS:
Sohmer,
Colby,
Vose,
Wesley,
And many other.
Organs:
Estey,
And many other
good makes.
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Heard of
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Dr. Armitage's Offices iRE
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Stiller's Table Linen.
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v-*uB u-uiMigrown grownbv ov II Linen direct from the importers. There's no other Linen manu-
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tt with this production from Germany. No filling enters into its
composition. In fact it is the acme of perfection in linen fabrics.
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68 inches wide, per yard $1.00.
72 inches wide, per yard Si.25.
Special Bargains in i
Organs and Sewing Machines,
One $55 Singer sewing machine for $25
One $50 Singer sewing machine for $20
ON EASY PAYMENTS
Some of the best bargains in second-hand Organs.
They have only been used a year or two, we have
taken them in trade on new Pianos. All prices
from $20 up. If you are thinking of buying come
in and see them.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jwing.
Princeton, Minn.
OVERFLOWING
lines of all kinds of stationery here Arti
cles for the school, office and library are
shown in great variety And there is qual
ity as well as quantity We make special
low prices on
Writing Paper, and En
velopes, Typewriter Pa
pers, Writing Tablets
composition books, ink, peDs pencils rub
ber erasers etc
PrincetonDru
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The Corner Drugstore.
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vnivw Hours9 A. to 12 30
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Particular Hunters
Napkins to match $2.75 amd $3.25 per dozen.'
E. B, ANDERSON, Princeton.
Invariably buy their Guns and Ammunition of us because they are
sure of getting the best grade of goods and at prices no higher than 5
you are asked for inferior kinds. We have an unusually large stock
of guns and sporting goods this year and our prices will please you. $
Hunting caps 50 cents
Duck calls 50 cents
Leather trimmed hunting coats $1.50 to $3.50
Extra heavy canvas leggins 75 cents
Gun cases from 50 cents to $1.25
5 Shot Guns from $5 to $21.00 5
See our Ithica Hammerless Shot Gun for $21.00. The best gun
made for the money. 5
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I have just received a consignment of this world-renowned
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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.
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