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Mrs. Gottwerth has returned from a
visit to relatives in the twin cities.
The Dorcas society met with Mrs.
F. M. Campbell on Wednesday affcer-
M. Ferch, a banker of Odessa, was
the guest of L. N. Berg of Green lake
this week.
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HORSES TALKED
We would be kept busy handing out Steeve's Nerve and Bone
Horse Liniment. It has been widely used in this locality, and its
remarkable merit can be vouched for by scores of horse owners.
It is a liniment that replaces all other stock liniments, and has
special properties possessed by no other
For Distemper, Epizootic, Influenza,
Frost Bites, Grease Heel, Scratches,
Galls, Sprains, Cuts, Lameness, Etc.
Horse owners ought to keep a bottle on hand. It is apt to be
needed any time, and when needed there is nothing else that can
fully take its place.
Price 50 Cents.
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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
Princeton Potato Market.
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press*
Triumphs JO
Burbanks .55
Rose 30
Ohios 35
Nelson's photos please the people.
W. F. Chase of Anoka was here
on business Monday.
L. G. Prescotb, the jeweler, went
down river yesterday morning.
The teachers who attended the ex
aminations at Princeton, Milaca and
Onamia aggregated 43.
Stop that cough before it stops you.
Ask us We'll tell you how it's done.
Home Drug Store.
From ten to fifteen kinds of cookies,
besides a variety of pies, cakes, etc.,
will be found on sale at Shepard's
bakery.
Are you keeping house? If so youHome
can save money by purchasing your
groceries at Roadstrom's. Free de
livery of all purchases.
Hector Robbins of Clitheral is keep
ing books at the Evans Hardware
Co. 's store. He is an expert account
ant and comes highly recommended.
A social for the benefit of the Bald
win Episcopal church mission will be
held at the home of Mr and Mrs.
Angstman on Saturday evening.
Feb 3
Why pay high prices for inferior
grade and musty groceries when you
can obtain goods of first-class quality
and strictly fresh for less money at
Roadstrom's.
A peddler of grease extractor was
about town on Tuesday and Wednes
day and upon the latter day Marshal
Newton escorted him to the depot and
shipped him out of town.
On Saturday evening, Feb. 10, the
fifth and last of the series of Lyceum
entertainments will be given at the
opera house with Miss Marion Gor
don Kirby as the entertainer.
J. C. Herdliska went down to Min
neapolis on Wednesday to arrange for
a meeting of the State RetailJeweler's
association, of which he is the secre
tary. The convention will be held
sometime in February.
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
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. D. Byers of
Princeton and Mrs. H. F. Barker and
two sons of Cambridge left on Mon
day for a month's visit at Long
Beach, California, the residence of
Mr. Byers' and Mrs. Barker's father.
County Superintendent Guy Ewing,
his wife, father-in-law and Ralph
Claggett left on Tuesday for a point
about seventy miles north on Mille
Lacs lake, where Professor Ewing
will inspect some of the schools under
his jurisdiction.
The dance given on Friday night
for the benefit of the recently organ
ized baseball club was well attended
and the sum of $15 was turned over to
the association as the net profits of
the event. An oyster supper was par
taken of at C. M. Carlson's restaur
ant. The next dance of the series will
be given on the evening of Feb. 14
St. Valentine's dayt
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Canadian Jubilee Singers Feb. 5.
Emmet Mark came in on last night's
train.
Surveyor Chapman was in Elk
River on business Monday.
T. H. Caley and wife left on Monday
for a day or two in the twin cities.
Born, on Jan. 27. to Mr. and Mrs.
John Mallotte, Blue Hill, a daughter.
Found, a lady's cloth belt. Owner
may obtain same upon application at
the depot.
Wanted100 cords of green oak 16-
inch wood. Apply to Dr. H. C.turned
Cooney, Princeton.
Geo. W. and Fred McFarland left
on Wednesday morning upon a busi
ness trip to Minneapolis.
A summer scnool will be held at
Princeton, commencing July 5, with
A, N. Farmer conductor.
Mrs. Julia Calcut leaves on March 1
for Butte, Montana. Her mother,
Mrs. Mary White, accompanied her.
The Canadian Jubilee Singers and
Imperial orchestra will appear at
Jesmer's opera house on Monday
evening, Feb. 5.
The high school senate held a ses
sio last night. These sessions
furnish the double purpose of amuse
ment and practice irroratory.
H. D. Spalding of Wayland, Mich.,
father of Mrs. Cooney, who had been
here on a visit for a fortnight, re
turned to his home on Monday.
Keep your feet warm and dry by in
serting into your shoes a pair of non
crumpling insoles. For sale at the
Drug Store, ten cents per pair.
Elmer Hatch, who has been cooking
at Page, has returned to Princeton
and will go into the cordwood busi
ness for the remainder of the winter.
Potatoes have taken a tumble this
week, Triumphs declining fifteen cents
and other varieties from three to five
cents. See local market table on this
page.
George E. Chute has been granted
a patent upon an attachment for a
potato digger and expects that the
device will bring in considerable
money.
Have your eyes fitted with glasses
by F. J. Hallin, eyesight specialist.
Next visit at Princeton Drug com
pany's store Friday, Feb. 2. from 11
a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
A new serial story commences in
the Union this week entitled "The
Two Vanrevels." The production is
by Booth Tarkington, one of the best
story writers of the age.
Mrs. I. Patterson accompanied
Misses Ida Roos and Emma Rus
siness to St. Paul on Friday, where
the two young ladies have secured
employment in a wholesale millinery
house.
W. B. Fadden, proprietor of
Magnus Sjoblom has chloroformed
his three pet brush wolves and for
warded the hides to Minneapolis to
be mounted. One of these animals
was as tame as a dog and would lick
the hand of the person who stroked its
back. The other two, however, pos
sessed all the slinking characteristics
of the wild animal and could not be
tamed.
A Phantom ball will be given by
the Lady Maccabees tomorrow (Fri
day) evening at their hall. The ladies
desire that all who can conveniently
mask should do so. Draped figures
are on exhibition at P. L. Road
strom's and A. S. Mark's stores and
masks may be obtained at the store of
Mrs. Jaax. Dressing room will be
provided for masqueraders. Tickets
for dance 50 cents. Supper will be
swerved in the hall.. .Gentlemen should
present their invitations at the door.
Canada Jubilee Singers at opera
house Feb. 5.
MissRuby'Wibso of Wyanett #as
in town-on Mjon,dfty*
Miss Gibbons spent a few days with
friends in St. Paul the past week.
Horse blankets, cleaning up sale.
Can't you use one? Ludden's store.
All overcoats and fur collars in
stock at Fryhling's will be closed out
at cost.
Aulger Rines returned on Tuesday
evening from a day's sojourn in Min
neapolis.
The Rathbone Sisters will give a
Dimity ball shortly after Easter. The
date will be published later.
N. E. Jesmer left this morning for
Los Angeles, where his wife and
daughter are spending the winter.
Old Sol cleaned off a few of the ice
bergs from the sidewalks this week,
but we saw no shovels or axes assist
ing him.
The Princeton Milling company
forwarded a car containing 24,000
pounds of screenings to Minneaplis
on Tuesday.
If you contemplate purchasing an
overcoat or fur collar now is the time
to secure either or both at cost price
at Fryhling's.
The Canadian Jubilee Singers will
give their concert here on Monday
evening next. Don't miss this
splendid entertainment.
S. S. Young of Poynette, Wis., who
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Cordiner for about two weeks, re
home on Monday.
Avail yourself of the oppprtunity
which will be afforded on Saturday
evening, Feb* 10, to hear Miss Marion
Gordon Kirjby at the opera house.
Mrs. Mergel of Anamosa^ N. D.,who
is visiting friends in Blue Hill, will
return home next week. Mrs. Mergel
was formerly a resident of Blue Hill.
F. J. Hallin of Cambridge was pre
vented from being here upon his last
advertised date in consequence of
sickness in his family. He will be
here on Feb. 2.
THBBIKCETON UNION: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1906.
The new members of the band are
progressing rapidly with their re
hearsals and the organization bids
fair to ere long become one of theFriday
best in the northwest.
Mrs. F. L. Ludden entertained Miss
Delia Stone and J. E. Sauer of Min
neapolis last evening at progressive
flinch, the winners partaking of iceThe
cream and refreshments.
G. E. Lindall of the West Branch
creamery was a caller at our sanc
tum Tuesday. Mr. Lindall is one of
the best buttermakers in the north
west and one of the most enthusiastic.
On Tuesday evening the applications
of eleven candidates for admission
into the K. P. lodge were read and
approved. Next Tuesday evening
the first rank will be conferred upon
this class of eleven.
A ten-cent social was given by theporous
ladies of the Dorcas society at the
residence of Mrs. Ben Soule on Tues
day evening. A goodly number was
present and the proceeds of the enter
tainment aggregated $5.25.
As we go to press we learn that
Henry Applegate, a veteran of the
civil war and a pioneer settler of
Princeton township, is dead. De
tails, with biographical sketch, will
appear in next week's Union.
Under the auspices of the Odd Fel
lows lodge the Canadian Jubilee Sing
ers and Imperial orchestra will ap
pear at Jesmer's opera house on Mon
day evening, Feb. 5. From press
critiques we gather that this combin
ation is one of the finest of its kind in
the country.
I wish again to announce that I
have still a large stock of hardware
that must be closed out regardless of
cost. I am offering the greatest bar
ever offered in the annals of
Princeton for cash. Before purchas
ing elsewhere it will pay you to get
my prices. This is no fake sale. I
mean business. B. D. Grant.
thegains
Milaca creamery, was in Princeton on
Tuesday. Mr. Fadden is a resident
of Minneapolis and is well pleased
with the dairying prospects in Mille
Lacs county. He thinks that the
creamery business will within a short
time exceed the expectations of theNational
most credulous.
On account of the convention of thehim.
Creamery Butter Maker's
association at Chicago, Feb. 19 to 24,
the Burlington Railway company has
authorized the low rate of $8.00 for
the round trip from St. Paul to Chi
cago. Any one wishing to, take ad
vantage qf these low rates should ap
ply to G. E. Lindall, Long's Siding.
This opportunity is open td farmers
and all others interested in butter
making who are anxious to attend
the convention.
A fellow who appeared to be under
the influence of spirits which disor
ganize twice interrupted the services
in the Methodist church on Sunday
evening by demanding a series of
reson
vival meetings and declaring that the
churches were too slow. At the con
elusion of the services he followed the
minister towards his home and made
an attempt to discuss the subject of
reforming the community, but was
evasively replied to and returned,
uppatient's
town to pursue the uneven tenor of his
way,
Ed Claggett was here on a business
trip last week.
White Star coffee, it pleases custom
ers. Ludden's store.'
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Read this: Eight loaves of bread
for 25 cents at Shepard's bakery.
I. C. Patterson left on Tuesday
evening for a business trip to Duluth.
Mrs. H. C. Cooney returned on
Tuesday from a visit in the twin cities.
The law requires that you fence in
those holes from which you are cut
ting ice.
Miss Grace and George Dunn
passed the Sabbath at their home in
Princeton.
A fresh supply of the famous Cooper
remedies was yesterday received at
the Home Drug Store.
A. N. Lenertz is now in the employ
of Tibbs, Hutchings & Co., wholesale
dry goods merchants, St. Paul.
Leo Lenertz left on Friday for Col
legeville, where he will take a commer
cial course in St. John's college.
Robert S. Hillier, representing the
Empire Cream Separator Co. of Min
neapolis called a.t the Union office
on Tuesday.
Monday was carnation daya day
set apart by the Carnation League of
America in honor of William McKin
ley. The day has seemingly been al
most forgoten.
The regular meeting of Wallace T.
Rines Post No 142 will be held on
Wednesday evening, Feb. 7, at 7:30
o'clock. A full attendance is desired
as business of importance will come
up for action.
John G. Gramhill, one of the pros
perous farmers of Zimmerman,
brought 100 bushels of oats to this
market on Thursday. The roads were
in very bad condition and Mr. Gram
hill's journey was greatly impeded
thereby.
A load of sleigh belles packed in
straw, counterpanes and woolly mats,
with a few males thrown in as foot
warmers, proceeded to Baldwin on
Saturday night, overturned a couple
of times on the trip and had a rip
snorting good time from start to
finish.
The Tiger Baseball club gave a
basket social at Frank Peterson's on
night, with Jay Berg auction
eer. Baskets sold for sums ranging
from 40 to 75 cents and the total
proceeds reached $3.40. Games were
played and a jolly good time passed.
next social will be given on
Washington's birthday.
Geo. E. Rice and Abraham L. Wein
berg drove over to Cambridge on a
recreation tour last Sunday. They
walked about on the surface of North
brook to deterjnine whether any
pickerel lurked therein. North brook
did not take kindly to this tramping
around upon its surface and opened
up a sufficient portion of its covering
to permit of Messrs. Rice and Wein
berg walking on its bottom. Both of
these gentlemen are now attached to
plasters.
A business man whose wife was
away on a visit considered it about
time she returned. We advised him
to clip a paragraph from the local
columns of a Union he was about
to mail her. He did so. The trick is
an old one which has been success
fully worked scores of times, but upon
this occasion it failed. Instead of
coming home to investigate the cause
for the paper's mutilation his wife
'phoned him: "What have you been
doing up there that you want to hide
from me? I've a good mind to saty
away another month, so I have.
Good bje."
AT THIS NORTHWESTERN HOSPITAL.
Andrew Mutson of Blue Hill is con
valescing from an attack of pneu
monia.
Oliver Ross, who was subjected to a
surgical operation by Drs. Cooney
and Caley on Friday, is progressing
toward recovery.
Joseph Schulte, son of Henry
Sehulte of Bogus Brook, was brought
to the hospital with a fractured upper
arm, the result of a tree falling upon
Dr. Cooney reduced the frac
ture.
David Wetter died on Tuesday
morning frbm bowel obstruction.
Obituary in another column.
William Giltner underwent an
operation on Wednesday of last week
for appendicitis. The patient is fast
lecovering.
Andrew Anderson of Wyanett, who
had been suffering for over a week
with pneumonia, had sufficiently re
covered on Tuesday to return to his
home.
Andrew Peterson, aged 63, post
master at Dalbo, died at the hospital
on Wednesday morning. Mr. Peter
had for several years been suffer
ing from disease of the liver. An
operation was performed upon him on
Saturday last by Dr. Cooney in the
hope that some relief might be
afforded, but the disease had pro
gressed to such an extent that both the
strength and recuperative
powers were exhausted before it was
possible to render surgical aid.
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have for sale and will pay you the
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Farmers, bring
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