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Wm. Townsend is embellishing his
brick block by attaching a balcony
Fay Cravens, editor of the Mille
Lacs County Times, was here on a
\isit to friends Friday.
Louis Mallotte of Scanlon returned
to his home on Saturday after pass
ing a few days with friends here.
$100,000 to loan on improved farms.
Loans promptly closed.
Robt. H. King.
The "Guaranteed Heave Cure" can
be bought of J. A. Wetter, county
agent, Princeton also at Abe Steeves'
G. EL Carr, town clerk of Onamia,
was among the callers at this office un
Saturday. Mr. Carr came down on
jury duty in district court.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Boyn left yes
terday for Spokane, Washington,
where Mr. Boyn expects to work at
the carpenter trade for a year.
Our rain coats are beautiful gar
ments. They are coats you can trust
from a store \ou can trust.
L. Fryhling, clothier and tailor.
The Rathbone Sisters will give a
Dimity ball at the Maccabee hall on
Friday evening, April 20. The dance
will be strictly an invitation affair.
Another sign of spring: Lem Pratt,
who discarded his coat early in the
fall and ran around in his shirt
sleeves all winter, has again donned
his outer garment.
Under the instruction of Mrs. C. A.
Caley the White Minstrels have at
tained remarkable proficiency. This
show, which will be put on at Jesmer's
opera house on April 12, is a side
Jim McKenzie has been suffering
from an attack of quinsy in its acut
est form and at times the pain result
ing therefrom was excruciating. He
is, however, at this time on a fair
way to recovery.
The members of the Tiger baseball
club have commenced to practice for
their summer contests. For a juve
nile aggregation the youngsters do
some very creditable playing and de
serve encouragement.
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
The Princeton Baseball club will
give a dance on Wednesday evening,
April 18, at Maccabee hall. This club
is one of the- finest organizations in
the northwest and has carried off
numerous honors on the diamond.
The public should show its apprecia
tion by liberally patronizing this ball.
Captain Alberti and family of six
will appear at the opera house on
Thursday evening, April 19. The
captain, who is an ex-officer and ex
convict of Siberia, will deliver a lec
ture on his native country illustrated
with stereopticon views, and his fam
ily will give a superb musical enter
tainment. The members of the family
are all instrumental soloists.
f^JeUM 'Fif&Wsfe
Paint Neglect_
Costs Honey.~^
Many who care little for appearances are equally
regardless of the preservative value of paint. Such
economy brings actual loss. A poorly protected
building suffers more damage in one year than it
should in ten.
Good paint is always worth twice its cost. It
is worth its cost as a beautifier, and it is worth still
more for the protection it affords.
We handle nothing in paints that is not of the
most worthy quality, and our prices will appeal to
all who seek real economy.
The Druggist
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various sources. 4
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 DITNN. Publisher
Princeton Potato Market.
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press.
Triumphs 25
Burbanks .42
Rose 40
Ohios 40
Nelson's photos please the people.
The greatest sale of allMark's
auction next Saturday.
Jerry will be at the opera house on
April 27"Jerry the Outcast."
Mrs. J. F. Zimmerman visited
friends in the twin cities this week.
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Have you made your split-log drag?
Eight loaves of bread for 25 cents
at Shepard's.
Porf. Jones returned from a down
river trip on Monday.
James Beck and wife of Zimmerman
were in Princeton on Monday.
Three good cooks wantedApply to
Princeton Mercantile Co., Brickton.
Famous Alberti family at Jesmer's
opera house April 19. Tickets 25, 35
and 50 cents.
Mrs. George I. Staples and Mrs.
Benj. Soule passed Wednesday in
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Cravens returned
on Monday from a visit of several
days in the cities.
Lost, a pocketbook containing about
four dollars in silver. Finder please
return to Union office.
The sweetest smoke on the market
is the "Little Sultan," manufactured
by Julius Sugarman, Princeton.
Special at Mark's Great Bargain
Store: Ten cent ginghams at 53^
cents per yard for Saturday only.
Rev. Shore preached at Princeton
and Baldwin on Sunday and returned
to his home in Willow River Monday.
A class of eleven children will be
confirmed next Sunday morning at 10
o'clock in the German Lutheran
Mrs. Gottwerth returned on Tues
day from a week in the twin cities.
Her mother, Mrs. Hummel, accom
panied her.
Fred Holm left on Tuesday for Min
neapolis, where he has secured em
ployment with his brother-in-law,
Sam Swanson.
Special bargains at Mark's Great
Bargain Store: Silk embroidered
shirt waist patterns, a splendid selec
tion, $2.50 values for $1.50.
Cart away those manure piles in
your alleys. They are beginning to
steam and stink. Burn up the win
ter's accumulation of rubbish.
E. Engebretson of Hendricks has
been engaged by C. A. Jack as phar
macist in place of Anfin Rockstad,
who resigned to go into business for
If Mr. Slim and Mr. Stout will
come here for their spring suits they'll
both be fitted and pleased. We have
suits for all forms.
L. Fryhling, clothier and tailor.
A basket social and entertainment
under the auspices of the Good Tem
plar lodge will be given at the M. B.
A hall in Wyanett on Saturday eve
ning for the benefit of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Sugarman is now manufac
turing two choice cigars, known as
"Premium" and "Little Sultan,"
which retail at 5 cents. His new fac
tory is in full running order and he
is ready to supply the trade.
Anfin Rockstad has resigned his
position as pharmacist at C. A.
Jack's drug store and contemplates
going into business for himself as
soon as he decides upon a location.
Mr. Rockstad had been in the employ
ment of Mr. Jack for several years.
He left Princeton last Friday.
Wm. Neely and Mrs. Elmer Whit
ney left here yesterday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Worthington, nee
Winifred Plummer, a relative, who
died on Sunday night from uraemic
poisoning, aged about 21 years. A
child was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Worthington the Friday preceding the
lady's death. The child survives.
S. B. Smith of Forestonwho con
tributed many interesting articles to
this paper under the pseudonym of
"Hopeful Harry"and his good wife
have gone to the state of Washington,
where they^ expect to pass the remain
der of their days with a daughter and
son-in-law. The Union sincerely
regrets the departure of these estima
ble people from Mille Lacs county,
but wishes them many peaceful, happy
years in their new home.
Dimity ball April 20.
Music at the skating rink on Sat
urday evening.
"Fresh bakery goods .every day at
Shepard's bakery.
Bring your horses to Mark's auc
tion sale on Saturday.
Princeton baseball club dance Wed
nesday evening, April 18.
C. A. Jack is making many im
provements to the interior of his drug
Postmaster J. A. Jetsinga of the
Pease mercantile store, called for a
chat on Tuesday.
L. J. Chadbourne, the Minneapolis
land man, was here this week inter
viewing his clients.
John Hagberg of Isle was here at
tending court this week and called
upon the Union force.
Harry Lee, cashier of the First Na
tional bank of Browerville, was here
this week attending district court.
August and Carl Blomquist and
Nels Anderson, all of Foreston, were
pleasant callers at this office Tuesday.
The senior class will reproduce its
successful skits "Mr. Bob"
"Sunset" at Milaca tomorrow eve
ning, April 5.
W. J. Libby, the skating rink man,
returned on Tuesday from Anoka,
where he had been called by the sick
ness of his wife.
A span of well matched black
horses, weighing about 1,000 pounds
each for sale. Apply to G. E. Lin
dall, Long Siding.
Henry Newbert has been subpoenaed
to appear at the United States dis
trict court in Mankato on April 24 to
serve on the petit jury.
Miss Edna Whitney has accepted a
position in the general store of P. L.
Roadstrom. Miss Whitney is a most
pleasant and expert clerk.
The Princeton Dramatic club will
entertain you on Friday evening,
April 27, with a play which you will
appreciate"Jerry the Outcast."
On Tuesday and Thursday of next
week the skating rink will be closed.
Matinee for ladies Wednesday after
noon. Music Wednesday evening.
T. J. Kelly of Minneapolis was here
this week looking over his farm south
east of town and making arrange
ments for further improvements upon
the same.
Send in your orders now for the
"Premium" and Little Sultan"
cigars. They are the finest smokes
obtainable. Manufactured by Julius
Sugarman, Princeton.
A meeting will be held at the school
house in district 4 on Saturday eve
ning for the purpose of perfecting the
organization of a farmers' telephone
system. If interested you should at
J. B. Mattocks of Lawrence was
here this week. Mr. Mattocks is one
of the best carpenters in the northern
country and consequently there is at
all times a big demand for his ser
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
ordinary colds.
The greatest amateur entertainment
ever placed on the boards in Prince
ton will be the White Minstrels, under
the auspices of the Congregational
church members, on April 12 at Jes
mer's opera house.
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
hospital, Princeton.
Don't overlook the fact that on
Sunday next Nelson the photographer
will be here and that you can then
have your picture taken in the most
modern style. Spruce yourselves up
on that day and hie thee to the studio.
A packed car of lumberjohns passed
through here on Monday, their desti
nation being Minneapolis. Minneap
olis is the hang out of the lumber
Johns when unemployed and the lum
berjohns are the prey of the Minneap
olis bigmitters.
The dissolution of the ice on the
river Rum has again liberated the
music which emanates from the waters
in their fall o'er the dam. We wel
come that music. Not alone is it in
spirational, but we know by its return
that the season when nature blossoms
forth in its multiform luxuriance is
near at hand.
.The Rathbone Sisters surprised
Mrs. E. M. Chapman on Friday eve
ning last, the occasion being the an
niversary of that good lady's birth
day. Progressive cinch, music and
refreshments entered into the celebra
tion and Mrs. Chapman was presented
with a pretty emblematic Rathbone
pin and a boquet of flowers. The
first prize in the card games was won
by Mrs. E. E. Whitney and the booby
prize by Mrs. Herdliska.
Great White Minstrels at Jesmer's
opera house April 12.
Mike Mahoney left on Monday for
a Short visit in St. Paul.
Roy Stanley of Baison, Wyo., was
here visiting his brothecr Ira, last
Come to Shepard's for cookies,
pies, cakes and doughnuts. We have
fresh ones every day.
Guy Ewing left here on Monday to
inspect the schools at Cove and other
points on Mille Lacs lake.
George Dunn has fully recovered
from his sickness and returned to
Hamline university on Monday.
John Fryhling and family on Mon
day moved to Minneapolis, where they
expect to make their permanent resi
Emmet Mark will dispose of any
live stock, farm machinery or other
articles which you bring to his auc
tion next Saturday.
The changes in advertisements this
week are: Caley Hardware Co., sep
arator Home Drug Store, C. A. Jack,
Peterson & Nelson.
Frank Williams of St. Paul, who
up last week on a visit to
friends, returned to resume his stud
ies in St. Thomas college yesterday.
S. B. Terwilliger of Cove, John
Anderson of Vineland, J. W. Pratt
and John Goldstrand of Milaca, were
among the Union visitors on Mon
Nelson's photographic studio will
be open for sittings on Sunday next,
April 8. Persons too busy to have
their pictures taken on Saturday,
please take note of this.
Miss Nellie Anderson and Mrs.
Wikeen were admitted to the order of
Maccabees on Tuesday evening
Sandwiches, coffee and cake were
served after the ceremony.
E. Moeger has resigned as section
foreman on the Great Northern at this
place and has gone to Cambridge to
engage in business. His family will
follow him to that place next week.
The report came to the Union yes
terday that pike were being netted in
this vicinity. We refuse to believe it
unless they were captured for the
private table of Fullerton and at his
Frank Jacobson of Santiago was
on Sunday taken to the Northwestern
hospital, where an operation was per
formed on him for acute appendicitis.
It was found that the appendix had
perforated. Mr. Jacobson is on a
fair way to recovery.
On Tuesday evening Mrs. George
Rice. Miss Brennan and A. M. Davis
were initiated into the mysteries of
the order of Rebekahs. Fruit was
afterward served and a dance closed
the evening's pleasantries. Misses
Hazel Jaax and Edna Whitney furn
ished the music.
Mary Foltz and Ella B. Hanson of
Greenbush took a trip across country
to Rockford, leaving Saturday morn
ing by team. On the return trip Miss
Foltz left Miss Hanson in Monticello,
where she took the train for Minne
apolis to spend the remainder of her
spring vacation there.
The fish have commenced to run up
stream and nimrods with spears have
consequently begun to intercept their
progress. The boys are however par
ticularly cautious that they strike not
a black bass, pike, or other species of
fish the capture of which is prohibited
by law at this time of the year.
The Elkhorn (Wis.) Independent
says of the Alberti family, who will
appear at Jesmer's opera house on
April 19 under the auspices of the
local lodge of Masons: The concert
by the family was thoroughly appre
ciated by the audience that filled the
seats and occupied all the standing
room in the Baptist church. At the
close of the interesting and valuable
lecture, stereopticon views of Russia
and Siberian life, nearly all Capt.
Alberti's own handiwork, were shown,
and exhibited great artistic ability.
Is Prepared to Hold Auctions at Farms or
Private Residences.
Persons about to sell their house
hold furniture, live stock, farm ma
chinery, etc., who are desirous of dis
posing of the same at their homes,
should call on me. For a very rea
sonable commission I will conduct
their auctions upon their own prem
Emmet Mark, Auctioneer,
Auction Sale.
Notice is hereby given that the Or
rock creamery and equipments, with
ice house and storehouse, and ice
enough to run the creamery for the
season of 1906, will be sold at auction
to the highest bidder, for cash or on
terms to be agreed upon with the
board of directors, on Saturday,
April 7th, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the
creamery, Orrock, Minn. A reserved
price has been determined by the
bdard 6f directors.
S. Hoyt, Auctioneer,
W. S. Enger, Clerk. 15-3t
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Actually Free of Cost:**
This is really the fact in the purchase of a
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
which it saves its cost, but goes on doing it
for fully twenty years to come. In the face
of these facts buying trashy "cash-in-ad-
vance" separators, or any other than the
best, is penny wise, dollar foolish. Such ma
chines quickly lose their cost instead of sav
ing it, and then go on losing instead of sa\ing.
There is no possible reason why any buyer
of a cream separator should be content with
less than the DE LAVAL, and there never
was a more promising time to make this
most profitable of all farm m\estments.
We Sell Them.
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Dealer in
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
Main Street, Princeton.
Drills and Seeders.
Monitor Double Disc Drills,
Tiger Single Disc Drills,
Tiger Shoe Drills, and
Hoosier Seeders.
All the above have been bought at tt
II the right price, and they will be sold to II
you at the lowest possible price. Call ff
in and look them over.
Caley Hardware Co.,
Well, WeU, Well!
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.
Dr. Armitasre's Offices RJE
Seeding time is near at hand. The
Caley Hardware Co. have looked out for $|
your wants and have now ready for your
inspection a full line of all the leading
brands of seeders and drills, including
the famous
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"MB..WJJW viuw&a Hours-9 A .M to 12 30 2 to6
What's the Tubular?
A Tubular Separator is science safely ap
plied to take all the cream out of milk. The
Tubular bowl is the only safecleansure
way of doing it.
are THE ONLY SEPARATORS in the world
in which science is applied with absolute
safety. See the machineread the catalog
I'll be pleased to give you.
Caley Hardware Co.
A. C. SMITH, Proprietor. I
Kew management, newly furnished throughout, elec-
trie lighted, bath rooms, everything up-to-date. Sam-
pie room in connection. Both phones.
Princeton, Minn.

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