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Ernest Olson has returned from the
woods, where he has passed the win
Butterick's patterns, the oldest and
best. Leave your orders at Ludden's
Attorney Burns of the firm of Fos
ter & Burns, Milaca, called at this
office on Thursday.
The "'Guaranteed Heave Cure" can
be bought of J. A. Wetter, county
agent, Princeton: also at Abe Steeves'
Dr. Whiting of Spencer Brook,
president of the Central Minnesota
Medical association, was on a visit to
friends here on Monday.
Our rain coats are beautiful gar
ments. They are coats you can trust
from a store you can trust.
L. Fryhling, clothier and tailor.
J. C. Herdliska, secretary of the
Minnesota Retail Jewelers' associa
tion, went to Minneapolis Tuesday on
business connected with that organ
Rev. Olin of Milaca was here on
Monday. Mr. Olin assisted in the
burial services at the grave of Barrett
Carter, whose remains were interred
in Oak Knoll cemetery.
F. J. Halhn of Cambridge, the eye
specialist, was here on Friday. Mr.
Hallin has given every satisfaction
to those who have consulted him and
whom he has fitted with spectacles.
Everett Southard has closed a deal
by which Peter Johnson, formerly
barkeeper for Sjoblom & Olson, will
hereafter conduct the saloon operated
by him. The amount paid Mr. South
ard, we are told, is $3,o00.
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
On Friday evening many of the
friends and neighbors of Mr. and
Mrs. Free Bockoven gathered at their
home to celebrate the birthday anni
versary of Mrs. Bockoven. Amuse
ments of various sorts and a nice sup
per tended to make the evening one of
About 200 attended the masquerade
ball at Wyanett, the greater portion,
it is said, being from Princeton. The
event was one continual round of fun
and frolic from start to finish. Herb
Anderson, Mont Woodcock and Miss
Hazel Jaax comprised the orchestra
and the musical numbers rendered
were first-class and up to date.
Fifty years ago today Justice Chad
bournebetter known as "Chad"
erected his log shanty upon the terri
tory which is now known as the vil
lage of Princeton and floated the
United States flag from the top of a
pine tree. '"Not a person lives in
Princeton today," says Chad, "who
at the time of my arrival inhabited
the wilderness then in existence here."
In those days Chad fought Indians
from the door of his shack and trapped
panthers in his summer kitchen.
in a new coat of paint. Even considering the preserva
tive value of paint as nothing, the improvement in appearance
alone is worth much more than the cost. If your property is
for sale you can't afford to not paint--*it will add five to ten
per cent to the selling value.
We have studied the paint question. We know what
will give the most satisfaction for the expenditure, and we
are anxious to supply you with the best grade of paints and
painters' supplies, and insure full value for every cent of cost.
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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:
Nelson's photos please the people.
Jesse Walters leaves for Iowa this
A meeting of the Princeton school
board will be held this evening.
$100,000 to loan on improved farms.
Loans promptly closed.
Robt. H. King.
Fresh bread and pastry every day
at Ludden's store.
Jerry the Outcast" at opera house
April 27 by Princeton Dramatic club.
Three good cooks wantedApply to
Princeton Mercantile Co., Brickfcon.
Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson re
turned on Monday from a visit in the
To spend a pleasant evening you
should attend the roller rink on Sat
Mrs. Harry McClellan is reported
to be suffering from a seyere attack
I. C. Patterson was in the twin
cities on Monday selecting goods for
his model grocery store.
Lost, a pocketbook containing about
four dollars in silver. Finder please
return to Union office.
Jefferson Hunt and Louisa Cook
were married by Justice Norton in his
chambers on Thursday, March 22.
The Princeton Dramatic club will
present "Jerry the Outcast" on Fri
day evening, April 27, at Jesmer's
Adon Whitney came up from Minne
apolis on Tuesday to be present at
the inspection of Company G, of which
he is a member.
For sale, an iron bedstead, color
white and gold, brass mounted, 4%
feet wide. Inquire of
Lieut. Col. Gerlach, U. S. A., re
tired, inspected the members of Com
pany G, national guard, at Jesmer's
opera house on Tuesday evening.
W. E. Jones of Bogus Brook
brought in three coyote pelts to the
county auditor on Tuesday and re
ceived the stipulated bounty therefor.
A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin of Zimmerman, while splitting
wood on Saturday, chopped two toes
from her left foot. Dr. Armitage at
If Mr. Slim and Mr. Stout will
come here for their spring suits they '11
both be fitted and pleased. We have
suits for all forms.
L. Fryhling, clothier and tailor.
Sam Miller will relinquish posses
sion of the Princeton hotel on April 8
and will then be succeeded by J. S.
Boles of Milaca. Sam has conducted
the hotel for about three years.
The minstrel entertainment will be
given at the opera house on Thursday
evening, April 12, and it is expected
that the performance will be repro
duced in Milaca upon the following
Julius Sugarman departed for down
river points on Monday to solicit or
ders for his cigar factory* Mr. Su
garman is now building an addition
to his residence and will move his
manufacturing plant therein as soon
as the addition is completed.
Get your best clothes in readiness
for the second Sunday of next month,
as you will have a chance to get your
"pictur tooken" then. Arrangements
have been made with Nelson the
photographer so that he will stay here
over Sunday at that time, also open
the first Saturday as usual.
On March 18th the newly acquired
neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Ol
son in Zimmerman gave them a very
pleasant surprise. Forty-two persons
were present, and among the gifts re
ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Olson was a
splendidly engraved silver spoon.
Refreshments were served and the
evening was enjoyably spent.
The Princeton friends of Dr. O. C.
Tarbox, formerly a medical practi
tioner at this place, will be interested
in learning that he has contributed
$1,000 to found a scholarship at Bates
college, his alma mater. This schol
arship will be known as the "Tar-
box," and will be open for the educa
tion of any student, irrespective of
color, sex, age or nationality. The
preference, however, will be given to
a student contemplating entry into
the christian ministry, I
Mrs. Wm. Carmody is slowly re
covering from her sickness.
Music at the roller rink on Satur
day night by Brown's orchestra.
Highest cash price for your hides,
pelts and furs. Ludden's store.
The darkies will appear at the opera
house on Thursday evening, April 12.
Robt. H. King was in the twin
cities this week on real estate busi
F. C. Foltz shipped a carload of
prime cattle to South St. Paul on
THE PBIKCETON UNION -THTJBSDAY, MABCH 29. 1906.
One hundred and twenty acres of
Mike Mahoney's farm will be planted
to potatoes this spring.
Ernest Sellhorn returned on Tues
day from a trip to the Woodcock log
ging works at Northome.
Rev. Carlson will conduct services
at the Swedish Lutheran church in
Princeton next Sunday at 10:30 a. m.
W. J. Libby, the skating rink man,
left for Anoka on Monday, having
been called home in consequence of
the illness of his wife.
A boy named Yusso living at
Brickton was badly burned about the
legs and hands this week by being
accidentally set on fire.
Special bargains at Mark's Great
Bargain Store: Silk embroidered
shirt waist patterns, a splendid selec
tion. $2.50 values for $1.50.
Mrs. Thos. F. Norton and two
children came down from Cove on
Saturday. B. Caldon, the Milaca
liveryman, drove them from that
place to Princeton.
Michael Mahoney, Esquire, has just
returned from celebrating St. Pat
rick's day at St. Cloud, and there is
strong suspicion that he brought back
a portion of the cloud with him.
Hon. Henry Feig of St. Paul, super
vising inspector of country elevators
for the state of Minnesota, was in
Princeton on Wednesday and we are
indebted to him for a pleasant call.
Mrs. C. A. Walker was taken to the
Fergus Falls hospital for the insane
on Tuesday morning by Sheriff
Shockley and Mrs. Libby. Mrs.
Walker is suffering from senile de
Nelson's photo studio in Princeton
will be open for sittings the second
Sunday of next month, April 8th.
Please remember this, you who are too
busy to sit for your pictures on a
Hans Bocklund of Wyanett, who
was kicked in the right shoulder by a
horse about a fortnight ago, receiv
ing therefrom a severe contusion, has
sufficiently recovered to be enabled to
get around again.
A vacancy is now open in the North
western hospital training school for a
young lady to begin a two-years'
course for graduation as nurse. Ap
ply to superintendent of Northwestern
Otto Kuhrke and Miss Mary Miller
were married in Germany on Thurs
day last, March 22. The wedding was
largely attended by friends of the
bride and groom and the event was
right royally celebrated.
On Saturday night the dwelling
house occupied by Val Mott in
Wyanett, with its contents, consisting
of household furniture, seed grain
and feed, was completely consumed
by fire. The dwelling carried a small
insurance but the contents were unin
sured. The origin of the fire is un
A meeting of farmers will be held in
the school house of district 4. Green
bush, Saturday evening at 7:30
o'clock for the purpose of considering
the organization of a farmers' tele
phone company. It is proposed to
wire the whole of the territory between
Long Siding and Estes Brook, and
about fifty farmers are interested in
the project. Should the proposition
materialize an effort will be made to
secure connection with either the
Rural or Tri-State systems.
That the Union's constituency ap
preciates a good local paper is shown
by the fact that, without any boost
ing, 117 new names have been added
to its subscription list since Jan. 1st,
1906, and all but three have paid in
advance. In the same time only six
old subscribers have been dropped
from the list, making a net gain of
111 bona fide subscribers in less than
three months. Very few newspapers
in the state outside the cities have a
larger circulation than the Union.
Henry Rines, editor of the Kanabec
County Times, Chas. F. Serline and
Prof. Robinson, all of Mora, called
at this office on Friday and discussed
topics literary, pedagogic and gen
eral. They visited the places of in
terest in Princeton and dined on the
fat of the land at the Hotel de New
bert, sweet corn on the cob appealing
particularly to their epicurean tastes.
Before departing for home the gen
tlemen purchased a bushel or two of
this brand of corn from I. C. Patter
son and took it with them. The
roasting-ear crop in Kanabec cqunty,
they say, has not yet matured. r i
Miss Lizzie Carmody is reported to
be very sick.
Strawberries, aelery, lettuce and
green stuff at Ludden's store.
Little Vivian Holm has almost en
tirely recovered from her sickness.
Godfrey Wicktor, treasurer of Sher
burne county, was here on Monday.
E. M. Farnham is in Bemidji for
the purpose of installing a sawmill.
Wm. Pippert and family will move
to Willow Lake, S. D., next Tuesday.
Sid Cravens and Ben Soule were in
Elk River on ditching business Mon
Dr. Cooney was called to Spencer
Brook on professional business yes
Mrs. Gottwerth is spending a week
with friends in Minneapolis. She left
on Tueday morning.
Chas. Walker and family left Wed
nesday for Britton. S. D., where they
expect to in future reside.
Men's, women's and children's rub
ber boots. Get your sizes before wet
weather comes. Ludden's store.
John McMinn and Ira Bulks re
turned on Tuesday from a winter's
sojourn in the woods of the north.
Gunner Elmquist has severed his
connection with the Home Drug Store
and expects to leave for Seattle this
A. N. Holm and family returned
from the city on Wednesday and will
reside upon a farm in Wyanett which
Mr. Holm owns.
WantedA bright, smart boy,
about 16 years old, to work in store
and learn business. Apply to H. H.
Miss Blanche Byers left on Monday
morning for a visit in Dakota. Her
mother, Mrs. R. D. Byers, and sister,
Grace, accompanied her as far as
Prof. Huff's cure for consumption
for sale at The Home Drug Store.
It is claimed to be a sure cure for
catarrhal bronchitis and bronchial
asthma. It is also very good for
The house of Henry Heitman, sr.,
of section 22, township of Princeton,
was totally destroyed by fire at noon
yesterday, a defective chimney being
the cause therefor. Most of the con
tents were saved. The loss is esti
mated at $1,500, partially covered by
insurance in the sum of $1,000.
G. E. Lindall of the West Branch
creamery was here on Tuesday in the
interest of the creamery's business.
Mr. Lindall is a man who puts forth
every effort to advance both the pros
perity of the concern which he super
intends and that of dairying gener
ally. He is a man who keeps ever
lastingly at it.
A postal card postmarked at
Avalon, Catalina Island, March 12,
has been received at the Union
office, in which a homely dude is rep
resented as dining on "ocean breeze,"
"Cal. climate" and "mountain air."
The card is signed by Mr. and Mrs.
N. E. Jesmer, Mrs. M. R. Mallette
and Miss Mattie Lyons. The card
looks nice and indicates that our Min
nesota friends are having a glorious
time on the Pacific coast, but it strikes
us that "climate" is rather thin
The Alberti family of Chicago will
appear at Jesmer's opera house on
the evening of Thursday, April 19.
The entertainment will consist of a
lecture on Russia and Siberia, illus
trated with stereopticon views, by
Capt. Alberti. an ex-convict of the
Russian penal colonies and an ex
officer of the Russian army, together
with a superb instrumental concert by
his familyfive sons and a daughter
all of whom are renowned soloists.
The company will appear under the
auspices of the Princeton Masonic
lodge. Tickets, 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Spring Millinery Opening.
The ladies of Princeton and vicinity
are respectfully invited to be present
at my spring millinery opening on
Wednesday and Thursday, April 4
and 5. The latest models in ladies'
and children's hats will then be dis
played for their inspection.
Mrs. I. C. Patterson.
A full line of trimmed and street
hats will be ready for inspection on
Wednesday and Thursday, April 4
and 5. Ladies of Princeton and
vicinity are cordially invited.
Miss Anna Sadley.
The spring millinery opening at
Mrs. Griffith's will take place on
April 4 and 5, when the latest designs
in ladies' and children's headwear
will be exhibited for inspection.
Farm For Sale.
Forty acre farm, one mile southeast
of Prinoeton, fronting main road to
Spencer Brook, and known as the
Tailor Johnson forty. Twenty acres
under cultivation, balance timber and
pasture. Reasonable price, easy
terms. Address J. W. Johnson, No.
330 North 7th St., La Crosse, Wis.
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Seeding time is near at hand. The II
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your wants and have now ready for your
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This is really the fact in the purchase of a
DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR. Any
reputable person may buy a DE LAVAL ma
chine on such liberal terms that the machine $
actually pays for itself.
And it not only does this the first year, in
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of these facts buying trashy "cash-in-ad-
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There is no possible reason why any buyer
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W Sell Them.
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Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
Monitor Double Disc Drills,
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The Wall Paper season is at hand." We,
as in the past, carry the Largest and only
exclusive line in the county, and cor
dially invite your careful inspection. We
have the Papers and the Prices.
Princeton Drug Co.
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Have supply cans hardly waist higha sim
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a single ball bearingand the world's
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Let us explain it and give you a catalogue.
Caley Hardware Co.
A. C. SMITH, Proprietor.
New management, newly furnished throughout, elec-
tric lighted, bath rooms, everything up-to-date. Sam-
ple room in connection. Both phones.
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