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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, September 27, 1906, Image 5

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Miss O'Reilly was among the pas
sengers to Minneapolis yesterday
morning.
Mankato Commercial College has
the finest office practice of any school.
Send for catalogue.
E. B. Anderson drove to Elk River
on Sunday morning and from there
proceeded by rail to the twin cities.
Miss Emma Olson of Evansville,
Minn., has been engaged by E. B.been
Anderson as clerk in his store during
the busy season.
S. A. Grossman, who has been en
gaged in railroad construction work
in North Dakota during the summer,
returned to Princeton last week.
WantedA girl capable of doing
general housework. Good wages,
small family, permanent employment.
39-tf Mrs. J. J. Skahen.
A bouquet of second-growth apple
blossoms brought to this office on
Monday by Mrs. C. F. George is butMonday.
another demonstration of Mille Lacs
county's climatic salubriety.
Albertus Hanson, for many months
pharmacist at the Armitage drug
store, departed on Saturday for Chi
cago. Mr. Hanson will there enter a
dental college for a two-year's course
of study.
A carnival of sports as an adjunct
to the Mark horse sale will be given
at Zimmerman on Saturday next.
Horse races, foot races, tug of war,number
dance and fireworks will be among
the diversifications.
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
Mrs. Frank Edmison and little
daughter left here on Thursday for
McVille. N. D., where Mr. Edmison
is employed in the building business.
Mrs. Ed Saxon accompanied them as
tar as the cities and remained for a
iew days with friends.
Sid Cravens arrived home on Satur
day from Granite Ledge in Benton
county, having completed the last
ditch for which his firm held contract.
Sid says that the country at the ledge
is being fast settled and that the land
there is very productive.
Wheeler Veal, who has been sick for
about two months, is reported to beon
in a very precarious condition. An
ticipating the worst, his children were
on Saturday called to his bedside.
Mrs. Pinkham, his only sister, is
nursing him and Dr. Caley is his
medical attendant.
Glen Caley left Princeton yesterday
for Racine, Wis., where he will con
tinue his studies in the military
college. Glen exceeds in height by
several inches the tallest student in
the school. He measures six feet six
without his stockings and has two oran
three years of his growing period yet
to hear from.
Parents should instruct their boys
to desist from the use of firearms
within the city limits. An instance
where lives were placed in jeopardy
from this practice occurred on Tues
day, when a 22-calibre bullet pierced
the window of the probate judge's
office, tore two holes in a map hang
ing on a wall and flattened itself out
on another wall. The bullet seem
ingly came from the direction of thereturned
Whittier school house.
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Nothing else gives the immediate sense of heal-
ing that you notice after using
TOILETINE.
Apply it to parts that have been sunburned and
there is at once a sense of relief. Cures sunburn
and tan in the shortest possible time. If applied
to face and hands before going out doors it will
prevent sunburn and tan.
Price 2 5 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. DUNNMarket. Princeton Potato Publisher.
The quotations hereunder are those
pr^ailmgon Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
Triumphs 35
Burbanks 30
Rose 28
Ohios 30
Nelson's photos please the people.
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C. A. JACK
The Druggist
Enstrom's photosthey satisfy.
L. Fryhling went down river on
Tuesday to purchase winter goods.
Mrs. Thos. Caley and Miss Larkin
went to the twin cities yesterday for a
short visit.
The Knights of Pythias will confer
ranks upon two candidates on Tues
day evening next.
Mrs. S. M. Sinclair left here yes
terday for an indefinite stay with rel
atives in Champaign, 111.
Mrs. Jas. Ferrell of Goodhue ar
rived here on Friday on a visit to her
son, W. H. Ferrell, and wife.
$100,000 to loan on improved farms.
Loans promptly closed.
Robt. H. King.
Miss Grace Tibbetts returned to
Minneapolis on Wednesday. She had
been visiting friends here for about a
week.
You are respectfully invited to call
and examine the new line of ladies'
furs, dress skirts and pattern hats at
Miss Le Mieux'.
Miss Inez Brackett of Mora has
engaged to succeesd Miss Bessie
Dunton as telephone operator at the
Tri-State exchange here.
J. C. Cliff of Minneapolis was thewas
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Mark
on Tuesday. Mr. Cliff intends spend
ing the winter in California.
Mrs. Dunton, her son Ernest and
daughter Bessie, left on Tuesday for
Omaha, Nebraska, where they expect
to make their permanent home.
Chris. Rahn came up from Minne
apolis on Saturday and returned
Chris has until recently
been engaged in the butcher business
at Excelsior.
A card party and dance were given by
the Rebekahs in their hall last night.
The participants were many and the
music by Anderson's orchestra was
especially good.
On Tuesday evening the Knights of
Pythias and their families had a very
enjoyable time which partook of the
nature of a fruit social. A goodly
was in attendance.
We claim the largest stock of dry
goods, clothing, ladies' cloaks, furs
and shoes in Princeton. Prices the
lowest. Look us over.
Mark's Great Bargain Store.
Mushrooms, both edible and pois
onous, are now springing up in great
variety, and people unable to distin
guish between the two should incur no
risk by experimenting upon their
stomachs.
Wm. Heitman of Chicago, who has
been here on a viist to relatives for
the past five weeks, wll leave for the
windy city on Saturday next. On
thethe
way he will stop over for a week in the
beautiful city of Madison, Wis.
In consequence of the fact that the
new naturalization law goes into
effect on September 28, it will be im
possible to admit aliens to American
citizenship at the October term of
court which commences in Princeton
the first tof next month.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jones of
Zimmerman were in Princeton yester
day and attended the meeting of
Wallace T. Rines post, G. A. R. last
night. Mr. and Mrs. Jones are most
estimable people and the Union is
pleased to have made their acquaint
ance
Laura, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.the
A. E. Anderson of Wyanett, died on
Monday morning from the effects of
acute attack of whooping cough.
The little girl was three and a half
years of age. The funeral services
were conducted at the family resi
dence yesterday afernoon.
L. Paulle and George Scherer
came up from Minneapolis in an auto
mobile on Sunday and were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cordiner and
family. Mr. Paulle went home on
Monday morning's train, but Mr.tending
Scherer was delayed by the breaking
of a small rod in his machine. He
in the afternoon of the
same dav.
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Mrs. Latta of Baldwin is very sick.
Lunch served at all hours of theday
day ab Shepard's.
The first frost of the season in this
vicinity appeared last night.
Fresh bread, rolls and doughnuts
every day at Ludden's store.
The Dorcas society will hold its
annual bazaar on December 7.
Home grown celery, crisp and
tender. Ludden's store.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mur
ray, on Friday, September 21, a son.
Attorney Foster was down from
Milaca on legal business on Sautrday.
Mrs. H. C. Cooney returned last
evening from a short visit in the twin
cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Markgraf and daugh
ter of Brickton were Union visitors
yesterday.
Miss Woodcock went to Minneapolis
on Wednesday morning and returned
in the evening.
Harry Shockley went up to Duluth
on Monday evening and returned on
Tuesday morning.
F. C. Foltz shipped to South St.
Paul on Tuesday one ear of cattle
and one of sheep and hogs.
Godfrey Wicktor returned on Mon
day to Elk River after a visit to his
home in Santiago over Sunday.
It is too hot to bake. Go to Shep
ard's bakery and get fresh buns,
rolls, pies, cookies, cake and dough
nuts.
Just compare Nelson's photos with
other pictures you see in this or any
other town and you will notice a dif
ference in favor of Nelson's photos
every time. 24-tf
Wanted, at once, a good, strong
experienced girl for general house
work. Steady position, wages $20 per
month. Address, Mrs. Chas. Car
ter, Hines, Minn.
Mrs. Rose Patterson came up from
St. Paul on Thursday evening and
returned on Saturday. She says that
she is very much pleased with her
new place of abode.
The chicken-pie supper given by the
Ladies' Aid society in the basement
of the Methodist church last evening
highly successful and $38 was re
alized for the benefit of the church.
Dr. Cooney will tomorrow go to
Sioux Falls S. D., to perform a diffi
cult surgical operation. The doctor
has become widely known as a skillful
surgeon and his services are much
sought.
A surgical operation was performed
by Drs. Armitage and Caley upon
Mrs. Frank Robideau yesterday af
ternoon. Mrs. Robideau is doing as
well as could be expected considering
the nature of the operation.
Five hundred ladies' and misses'
sample coats in the latest fashions
and colors, including plaids, for this
fall wear. We can save you from 25
to 35 per cent on each garment.
Mark's Great Bargain Store.
E. M. Farnham was down from his
sawmill at Wilton on Monday. Mr.
Farnham owns 700 acres of jack-pine
land at that place and says that the
soil is very productive. It will take
about two years to clear off the tim
ber and saw it.
Joseph Wicks, aged 9 Josephine
Wicks, aged 7: and Anna Wicks, aged
9, of the town of Princeton, whose
father has deserted them, will, upon
the order of the county commiss
ioners, be taken to the state school at
Owatonna on Saturday.
There has been a considerable in
crease in the quantity of potatoes
marketed this week over last. At
time of going to press there are
indications of a decline in prices.
About fifteen cars have been shipped
this week. Potato quotations appear
at the commencement of this page.
The Ladies' Aid society held a bus
iness meeting in the basement of the
Methodist church on Wednesday after
noon and elected the following officers
for the ensuing year: President, Mrs-
E. B. Anderson first vice president,
Mrs. E. M. Chapman second vice
president, Mrs. A. W. Woodcock sec
retary, Mrs. Julia Wood treasurer,
Mrs. W. P. Chase.
Pickerel were biting in Elk lake on
Sunday faster and more voraciously
than mosquitoes in New Jersey. Of
people from Princeton Mrs. Geo.
Staples landed the largest fish, and,
according to arrangement, that en
titled her to all taken by the party in
the boat where she was fishing. The
big pickerel weighed 11 pounds and
twenty pickerel constituted her prize
string. Ben Soule and party caught
fifteen pickerel and numerous other
people made good catches. C.
Herdliska proved the Jonah. He
fished industriously all day long and
hooked only two one-pounders. These
he left in the bottom of his boat, in
to fry them for breakfast next
morning, but during the night a bold,
bad cat scented them and ate them up.
B. Pratt secured the heaviest fish
or the day. It weighed 15 pounds.
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27/1906. *9r&r- ^iz^^jmw^m^WW**!^
Clark's home grown celery every
at Ludden's store.
Lowell Chadbourne of Minneapolis
is here looking up land titles.
The Dorcas society met with Mrs.
Nellie Jones yesterday afternoon.
Peaches and plums for putting up.
Get them quick. Ludden's store.
Charley Sampson, the Minnetonka
nursery man, spent Sunday in Prince
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Cravens ar
rived home from Fulton, Minn., on
Saturday.
Martin Brands left this morning for
Minneapolis and will return within a
day or two.
The Home Drug store has a change
of ad this week. The ladies, especial
ly, should read it.
S. H. Palmer returned on Wednes
day evening from a week's visit to his
father in Detroit.
Max Cordiner left on Monday for
St. Paul, where he has secured a/posi
tion with the state as weigher.
E. H. Smith was here on Friday
from Anoka advertising the street
carnival which will shortly be held at
that place.
Mrs. W. B. Coons of Minneapolis,
who has been visiting Wm. Applegate
and family on the north side, returned
to the city on Monday.
Speaking of prolific yields, A. Z.
Norton yesterday dug from a hill in
which had been planted one potato a
bushel basket of spuds.
Tables of the official vote at the pri
maries in Mille Lacs, Sherburne,
Anoka and Isanti counties will be
found on page 4 of this number of
the Union.
Mrs. G. H. Shaw, mother of Mrs.
W. H. Ferrell, is the guest of her
daughter and son-in-law. Mrs. Shaw
arrvived from Hot Springs, S. D., on
Tuesday evening.
W. Dare of Bridgeton, N. J.,
nephew of Joseph Borden, arrived
here last night for a short visit to his
uncle and aunt. Mr. Dare is an ex
perienced pharmacist.
At the regular meeting of Wallace
T. Rines post, G. A. R., on Wednes
day night two new members, James
Foley and E. R. Jones, both of Zim
merman, were admitted to the organ
ization.
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the second assistant post
master general in Washington up to
December 4, 1906, for carrying mail
on the Star route which runs between
Princeton and Freer.
Many persons congregated at Elk
Lake park on Friday night to partici
pate in the ball at H. B. Pratt's pa
vilion. The musicby Anderson's
orchestrawas of the best, and the
evening was thoroughly enjoyed by
those assembled.
Henry Erickson was on Tuesday
adjudged insane and upon the same
day taken to the Fergus Falls hos
pital by Thos. Kaliher and Peter
Morneau. Mr. Erickson's insanity is
seemingly of a mild form and it is
thought that within a short time he
will fully recover therefrom.
While fishing from a boat on Elk
lake last Sunday Ben Soule observed
a short distance from him a large fish
performing peculiar antics on the sur
face of the water. Ben gave chase
and eventually succeeded in gathering
into the boat an eight-pound pickerel
It was then discovered that the cause
for the pickerel's peculiar actions was
a four-pound sucker which had be
come lodged in its throatthe head
of the sucker being in the pickerel's
gullet and the tail protruding from
its mouth. It appears that while be
ing swallowed the sucker had humped
up its back and extended its gills,
which prevented its passage downward
and proved the pickerel's doom.
When liberated the sucker was still
alive.
Robert Clark, Princeton's scientific
gardener, can produce more vege
tables from a small acreage than any
man we know of, and, furthermore,
the products are all of high grade.
Mr. Clark's exhibits at the county
fair were par excellencehis celery,
onions, peppers, parsnips, eggplants,
a'nd cabbages being among the best
specimens entered for the contest.
His celery is perhaps worthy of
more note than any other vegetable
exhibit by him. It is crisp, perfectly
bleached and of a particularly fine
flavor. Then again it goes to demon
strate that celery of a fine quality can
be brought to perfection, as well as
almost every vegetable known, on the
semi-sandy soil of this part of the
country. Persons interested in vege
table culture can learn many a lesson
from Robert Clark,. and be will give
them readily and gratuitously.
Knew His Business.
Pure food inspector (in Princeton
grocery)What is this?
GrocerThat's gunpowder tea.
InspectorGunpowder, eh? Well,
I hereby give you notice that unless
you label that can "Explosives'* I
shall have you arrested.
Exit inspector in a huff
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THAT THE
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their stead.
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These are simple facts easily capable of proof to any buyer
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All standard goods.
Best in the market
Terms and prices within the reach of all.
New Home
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A complete assortment always on
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J. C. HERDLISKA,
Jeweler and Optician,
Princeton, Minnesota.
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L. C. HUMMEL
Dealer in
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Both Telephones.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
A Captain
In the Ranks"
Begins in this issue of the Union.
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