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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, November 09, 1905, Image 5

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Mrs. Ingebretson of Glendorado is
leported by Dr. Armitage to be seri
ously ill.
The Dorcas society met at the resi
dence of Mrs. W. Ferrell yesterday
afternoon
State land sale at 11 a. m. next Sat
urday at the county auditor's office
in the court house
Mrs A S. Mark and baby will
lea\e for St. Paul tomorrow on a visit
to Mrs. Mark 's mother.
At my store you will now find a full
line of staple and fancy groceries.
P. Li Roadstrom.
A meeting of the um River Dairy
men's association will be held at
Milaca on Thursday, Nov. 23.
Stop that cough before it stops you.
Ask us. We'll tell jou how it's done.
Home Drug Store
If ^ou want to save money on rub
bers, overshoes, sheep-lmed coats and
all-wool underwear call at Mark 's
Great Bargain Store.
Marshal Newton and Clarence Hill
started for Ogilvie yesterday after
noon to hunt deer and such other
game as might cioss their path.
Auditor McQueen of the Great
Northern railway was here this week
making an exmamation of Agent
Rice's books. Everything was found
correct
Major Henderson of Minne
apolis, representing the Minnesota
Title, Insurance &, Trust company.
as here last Friday on business con
nected with his office.
Dr. Armitage will attend a conven
tion of members of the telephone com
panies which are affiliated with the
Northwestern at Nicollet hotel in
Minneapolis tomorrow.
For SaleGood milch cows and
good horses and colts on time pay
ments One splendid mare, weight
1,200 pounds
47-2 L. S. Libbv, Princeton.
Fres and Fragrant^
as the Flowers
A sharp lookout has been kept this
week by the marshal for the holdup
men, and though several suspicious
characters were noticed hanging
around town, they did not appear to
be the ones wanted.
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
A sui prise party was given in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bockoven at
Green lake on Saturday evening.
About 80 persons were in attendance
and the recently married young peo
ple received a number of useful pres
ents.
Gottwerth tells us the story of
man who this week bought a
dark:
colored muskrat skin for that of
mink and paid $1.60 therefor. Th
skin is worth about six cents and the
farmer who sold it evidently knew
that his man could be easily worked
before approaching him upon the
proposition. Th buyer of course
considered he was*getting a bargain.
We invite all lovers of good perfumes to come in and test some of
the new odors just received with our fall stock. The assortment
includs all of the new and rare perfumes and they have the quality
of retaining on the handkerchief the same delicate fragrance as
when smelted from the bottle. Ordinary perfumes will not do this
and yet these finer oders do not cost any more than the others.
Fall Stationery.
Don't forget our new line of stylish correspondence papers when
you need anything in this line. Boxes ioc. to 75c bulk papers
in any quantity desired.
C. A. JACK
The Druggist
,rInterest
I Items
various sources
George I Staples is the only person wnois
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
Princeton Potato Market.
The quotations hereunder are those
pi evailmg on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press
Triumphs 50
Burbanks 45(g) 7
Rose [email protected] 37
Ohios 45
Nelson's photos please the people.
Skates' Skates' at Grant's Hard
ware store, 48 cents.
Frank Smith sold a number of
horses at Grasston this week.
Rev. Father Levings preached to the
Catholic congregation in Mora on
Sunday
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M. C. Nachbar of Midland is here
on a visit to his parents.
Rev. Olin of Milaca visited the
Union staff on Monday.
Mr. a-nd Mrs. L. W. Pierson went
down to the cities on Wednesday.
Highest cash price paid for hides
and furs atC. H. Rahn's meat market.
At the Currier & Morrison Staurday
rse sale some fine stock changed
hands. ho
Mr. Griffith, who has been here on
a visit to his wife, left for North Da
kota dn Monday.
A new line of the highest grade rub
bers just received from the factory at
P. L. Roadstrom's store.
Mrs. Rounce of Milaca visited Mr.
and Mrs. C. A Jack on Tuesday and
returned home Wednesday.
J. L. Larson & Co. have just re
ceived a carload of choice New York
apples which are now on sale.
Miss Grace and George Dunn spent
Sunday at home and returned to their
studies at Hamline on Monday.
John Smith and Walter Bavier and
families have moved into the house
recently vacated by A. C. Smith.
Pianos and organs now going at
bargain prices All standard makes.
Mrs. Guy Ewing.
Read the sacrifice sale ad of D.
Grant on another page. Now. is the
time to buy stoves and other goods
at this store at a big reduction.
Look us over before you buy your
cloaks, skirts and shirt waists. We
can save you 50 per cent.
Mark's Great Barga in Store.
Walter McFarland went to Minne
apolis on Wednesday to meet his wife
and children who have been on a fort
nights' lsit to relatives in Winnebago
City.
David Wessen of Hennepin county
and Miss Emily Ahlgren of Mille Lacs
county were married by Judge Chad
bourne in his chambers yesterday af
ternoon.
Information was received this week
by L. W. Pierson that Mrs. Fra nk
Claggett, formerly of Princeton, but
at this time a resident of Minneapolis,
was seriously ill.
On Monday one of the steam pipes
of the heating apparatus at the school
house sprung a leak and the pupils
were in consequence dismissed for the
remainder of the day.
Mrs. Coatesrreturned from the cities
last week and was accompanied by
her sister, Mrs Stanton Ogsbury, and
children. Mr Ogsbury arrived in
Pnnceton later the week.
On Monday next, Nov. 13, Bryant
& Swain's high-class Vaudevilles will
appear at Jesmer's opera house in
ten acts. This is said to be one of
the best companies of its kind on the
road.
Frank Schilling and George
Schmidt left on Monday for Wenat
chee, Wash., where they will prove up
on stone and timber claims which
they have filed upon in Oknagon
county.
Messrs. Murphy and Connolly of
the Minneapolis Tribune may be all
right at a clay-pigeon shoot, but
ducks fly differently, you know. They
carried home six mallards, however,
which were presumably secured with
flat, white bullets.
W. Thompson, who recently re
turned from Edgerly, North Dakota,
says that the cereal crop in the lofrom
cality where he was employed is a
bumper one. On one tract consisting
of 1,200 acres of macaroni wheat the
ield averaged 4 bushels to the acre
and flax generally wnt 22 bushels.
On Saturday the eleventh birthday
a anniversary o? Miss Hazel Robideau
was celebrated by a party of about
a a -dozen little boys and girls. Th
festivities continued until late in the
evening and the little girl's heart was
made glad by the many gifts bestowed
upon her. Hazel made a charming
hostess, provided refreshments and
presided at the organ while her guests
sang their favorite school songs.
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WantedDry wood at the Princeton
Laundry. i
Jacob Kimball of Milaca was in
Princeton this week.
Miss Hattie^^emple was siefe ior
severaljelays last tfeefc.
Thursday, Nov. 30, has been desig
nated as Thanksgiving day.
Wm. Brown of St. Paul was here
on a visit to friends this week.
The very latest instrumental and
vocal music at Mrs. Guy Ewing's.
For SaleA new 30-30 Takedown
Marlin rifle. Apply to Roy Jesmer.
The county commissioners will meet
the court house on Wednesday,
v. 15.
at
No
Feature artists in comedy and magic
Jesmer's opera house next Monday
night, Nov. 13.
at
Mrs. M. S. Rutherford returned
from a visit to friends in the twin
ciites on Tuesday.
Now is the time to buy sewing ma
chines cheap. The best on the market
at Mrs. Guy Ewing's.
Organs, pianos and sewing machines
at prices to suit you.
Mrs. Guy Ewing.
Educated dogs at Bryant & Swain's
Vaudeville entertainment next Mon
day evening. Popul ar prices.
The McMillan Fur Co. of Minne
apolis pays the highest market price
for hides and furs, at Wm. Neely's
harness shop.
G. E Lindall of the West Branch
creamery attended the state butter
makers' convention which commenced
at Mankato on Tuesday.
R. S. Jones, a real estate man of
Minneapolis, was here on Tuesday
inspecting" some of the farms listed
at Robert King's agency.
The Alark auction on Saturday
brought in many buyers and a num
ber of horses and miscellaneous farm
machinery were disposed of.
The sale of forfeited county lands
will commence at the court house to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Aud
itor Whitney will conduct the sale.
For Sale CheapOne double-seated
canopy-top buggy, one set double
harness and one horse.
L. W. Pierson.
A Mmneapohtan writes Treasurer
Buirell that he incloses 53 cents to
avoid "captivity." This amount
constituted the 10 per cent penalty on
his taxes.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi S. Avery of
Jackson county, Wis arrived here
on Friday and mil remain for the
winter with their son Henry as occu
pants of the Mr&. Cowles' residence.
Gust Anderson, a pupil of G. E
Lindall of the West Branch creamery,
has secured a position as buttermaker
at the Stanchfield creamery. Mr. An
derson thoroughly understands the
business.
The girls of the Princeton cigar fac
tory tendered Miss Ella Charles a
farewell party on Thursday evening.
About twenty-five were present at
supper. Miss Charles left for Supe
rior on Friday
Free Bockoven with six or seven
companions expect to leave this morn
ing for a deer hunt north of Ogilvie.
Mr. Bockoven was up in that country
a short time ago spotting the animals
and expects to find them still there
when he returns.
A meeting of dairymen will be held
at the Dalbo school house, district 40,
on Saturday next at 1 o'clock. Speak
ers familiar with buttermaking and
the care of cows will be attendance.
Farmers and others interested are re
quested to be present
A letter just received from A W.
Kelley of Coquille, Oregon, says that
he is doing first-class in that part of
the country and that he had upon the
day of writing gathered a fine lot of
strawberries. He asks to be remem
bered to his acquaintances in Prince
ton through the medium of the
Onion.
The Ladies' Ai society of the
Greenbush M. E church will hold its
annual sale of useful and fancy arti
cles at the home of N G. Orton on
Friday evening, Dec. 1. A fine dis
play of Christmas cards and calendars
will also be offered for sale at that
time. Supper will be provided and
an invitation is extended to all to be
present.
Fred and John Townsend are down
their North Dakota ranch on a
visit to their old home. John says
that when he gets tired of eating
prime beef, of which he has a plenty
on his ranch, he goes out on his front
stoop and shoots a white-tail deer to
vary the cuisine monotony. has
just got back trom Chicago, where he
marketed several cars of cattle. The
two brothers will return to Dakota
next Monday or Tuesday, and John's
wife, who has been here for several
weeks, will accompany them.
Good Surrey For Sale.
First class surrey, almost as good
as newcost $150for sale at $50.
R. C. Dunn.
A.J. A 4.
SDAY? KOYEMBEit CLl906.
Hie"Stay Satisfactory' Range
We take your old stove and allow you
all it is worth as a part payment for
a new one.
The Great
Monarch
Range
Requires fewer repairs, uses less fuel,
bakes perfectly, gives abundant hot
water.
RUST-PROOFfi
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fore it never requires blacking. The patent Duplex damper admits draft back and
tront, insuring equal combustion of fuel and even heat in the oven. This is why bread
need not be turned in a Monarch oven. Monarch ovens are extra large being15 17
19 and 21 inches This allows plenty of space for pie tins, as two 7-inch tins could
not be held in a 14-mch oven, there being no allowance for the flare.
Commencing Friday, Nov. 3rd
For Two Weeks *W&
Evens Hardwar
PRINCETON,
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QUEEN
Is Acknowledged to be
The Nobbiest Skirt on tne Market,
We have them in all sizes and material,
style, fit and finish. Prices range from
$2.50 to $9.50
We guarantee satisfaction in all garments. A critical
examination of our selections respectfully invited.
Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets
We are virtually
giving these per
fectly fitting cor
sets away at the
price we ask for
them.
PER PAIR.
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THE BEST RANGE IN THE WORLD
There is no question as to which range stands
preeminent above all others. For fuel economy,
durability and for perfect baking no range made
equals
Th Monarch
It is gradually yet surely superseding every other
malleable iron and steel range, and today stands
in a class of its ownreally unrivalled.
The Monarch is the only range made of espec
ially manufactured malleable iron. The peculiar
conditions to which a range is subjected require
that the malleable iron used should be especially
manufactured, and this the Monarch makers have
done. No expense has been spared to make it
^perfect in every way. It's the "stay-satisfactory
range." No repairs are ever required for a Mon
archs range, so we carry parts for repairs.
polished the
bodnos
i blued steel.
Free!
With each Monarch Malleable Steel Range
we will include absolutely free of charge
IO Pieces
0 Heavy Enameled Cooking Utensils,
Value $0.00.
MINN.
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E. B. ANDERSON, Princeton
terns always carried in stock. Ten
cents per pattern for any garment
desired.
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