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Company baseball team defeated
the Lake City nine on Sunday, the
score being 5 to 3. Five innings were
played.
Misses Jennie Whitney and Ada and
Laura King left on Monday to attend
summer school at the St. Cloud
normal.
Misses Gertrude Neumann and Belle
Grant arrived home on Monday from
Leu is lake, where they have been
camping.
Mrs. Mary Cotton, mother of Mrs.
F. L. Small, arrived in Princeton on
Tuesday evening from Spokane,
Washington.
Persons needing dray work should
leave orders at Foltz' feed store, or
call up Louis Robideau on Tri-State
phone No. 42.
B. Pratt has three cottages at
Elk Lake park which he rents to vis
itors. The cottages are advantage
ously situated.
H. W. George, assistant superinten
dent of the Red Wing training school,
and wife were the guests of Mrs.
Hattie George last week
Lumber For Sale150,000 feet of
lumber for sale Will be sold
cheap for cash. Inquire of J. W
Gouldmg or G. A. Eaton.
Within the past two weeks vegeta
tion has shown a remarkably rapid
growth and at this time has fully
caught up with the season.
Smith & Earley have improved the
extenor of their business place by ad
ding a cement siding and a step
Bergman Bros, executed the work.
I have purchased a sandpit in north
Princeton and am prepared to furnish
sand for mason work at short notice,
and also gravel. Louis Robideau.
Money to loan on improved farms
at the lowest rate of interest. Loans
promptly and properly closed.
14-tf M. S. Rutherford & Co.
Mrs. Oughier, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Payette
for the past two months, returned to
her home in Spokane, Washington, on
Saturday.
Professor Austin arrived home on
Friday from the university of Minne
sota, where for two weeks he had been
assisting in the correction of exami
nation papers.
John Skahen's bank building will
be a handsome structure when com
pleted. With its pretty pilasters and
pressed brick front it will be an orna
ment to the village.
Dr. Armitage will soon begin pre
liminary work for the erection of a
modern two-story brick residence
upon the site of his frame dwelling.
E. Anderson will superintend the con
struction of the building.
Dr. R. F. Lynch will be in Princeton
on Saturday, June 29, until Monday
July 1, at 10 o'clock a. m., at Dr. G.
R. Caley's office. Diseases of eye,Mrs.
ear, nose and throat, including the fit
ting of eye glasses and spectacles.
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Bath Requisites
Everything for the bathof the quality you ought to haveat the
price you ought to pay. We sell quantities of bath supplies because
we keep what people want and make the prices right
Sponges, BatH Brushes,
Toilet Waters,
Superb Soaps, Sea Salt.
If the opportunity to choose from an ample assortment, or if the sav-
ing of money is any object to you, we expect to furnish your bath-
ing supplies.
C. A. JACK
The Druggist
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01 Interest
from variolic sources.
George I Staples is tlie only person who is
authorized to collect money due this office In
svery case the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
receipt DUNN. Publisher
Nelson's photos please the people.
Boin, on Monday, June 24, to Mr.
and Mrs. A S Mark, a son
Mrs. Wallace and daughter Christie
on Monday evening left for Shelvin,
where they hold claims.
Mrs Alfred Gumbrill of Anoka
passed Sunday in Princeton. She re
turned home on Monday.
$100,000 to loan on improved farms.
Loans promptly closed.
Robt. H. King.
F. J. Hallin, optician, will be atto
Princeton Drug Co.'s store on Fri
day, July 12, from 11 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
$m
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Summer school opens July 1.
Look out' Seen our ad this week?
Bang. Kopp & Bartholomew.
Big celebration at Elk Lake J[park
July 4.
Try one of Jack's salad sundaes.
They are good.
Princeton versus Milaca at the fair
grounds Sunday.
Will Whitney left on Monday for a
visit in Albert Lea.
A son was born on Sunday to Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Deshaw.
Ira G. Stanley made a business trip
to the twin cities yesterday.
The Ladies' Aid society met with
Mrs. C. O. Moore yesterday.
Watreman of Elk River can supply
you with fine western Percherons.
Good springer cow for sale. Apply
E. Grant, route 1, Zimmerman.
At this time of the year the lot
of the angleworm is not a happy one.
Have you tried a salad sundae at
Jack's drug store? If not, why not?
Sheriff Shockley left for the lake
country on official business Tuesday
night.
Cornucopia's ice cream sandwiches
are going like hot cakes at The Home
Drug Store.
Ambrose O'Kelhher of Blaekduck
is a visitor at the home of Mrs. C.
H. Rines this week.
Fine Percheron horse for sale by F.
D. Waterman, Elk River. See notice
elsewhere in these columns.
Our wild cherry phosphate can't be
beat. Delicious and refreshing.
The Home Drug Store.
Mankato Commercial College trains
more people for business than any
other school. Write for catalogue.
Among those who are beautifying
their residences with the latest tints
in paints are Dr. C. S. Neumann and
W. H. Ferrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard expect to
lea\ today for points in Iowa. They
have not yet decided where they will
permanently locate.
A person who patronizes the busi
ness firms who advertise in the
Union can make no mistake. The
Union carries no fake advertise
ments.
Leave your order for framing pic
tures at Mrs. Jaax's oc and 10c store.
I have a good line of sample mould
ing on hand. The prices will sur
prise you. 24-36
On Sunday the Milacas will play
the Princetons on the fair grounds at
this place. The game will be called
at 2:30 p. m. sharp. A hot contest is
promised.
The "alligator" which George
Coates caught at Elk Lake on Sunday
proved to be a shovel-nosed sturgeon,
but George was half scared to death
just the same.
C. A. Jack has purchased the wood
shed on the S. S. Petterson residence
property and will convert the same
into an auto garage. Ben Soule has
moved the building onto Mr. Jack's
property.
All those interested in the suc
cess of the Mille Lacs county fair
should attend the meeting at the court
house on Tuesday, July 2. See offi
cial notice elsewhere in this number
of the Union.
A band of gypsies were chased out
of town on Tuesday by the marshal.
They had with them about a
dozen small children who were sent
out begging, while the women told
fortunes and the men took life easy in
camp.
Mrs. H. W. Maddocks of Superior,
Wis., with her two children are here
on a visit to Mrs. Maddocks' mother,
Mrs. D. Scott, and other relatives in
Princeton. A married daughter of
Maddocks, Mrs. J. H. Yiegler,
and her two children accompanied
them.
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Fancy brick ice cream at Scheen's
every Sunday.
See Waterman's horse sale notice in
another column.
Steve Palmer left last evening for a
short visit in Duluth.
Wanted, to rent, furnished room.
Inquire or leave word at this office.
Thos. H. Caley was in Milaca on
Friday looking after his sawmill inter
ests.
Ira G. Stanley was in Milaca on
land business for M. S. Rutherford &
Co. on Tuesday.
Mrs. W. H. Ferrell visited friends
in Minneapolis on Tuesday and reKrueger
turned yesterday.
Wanted, a girl for general house
work in small family. Inquireat
Grant's hardware store.
Do you want to know about the
Mankato Commercial College? Write
for their catalogue. It is free.
Jesse Rogers, assessor for the
town of Robbins, and his brother Earl
were here on business at the court
house yesterday.
Every description of good home
baking at E. E. Bigelow's all the time.
Please send in orders Friday after
noon for brown bread and beans.
N. E. Jesmer has presented to themonth,
Princeton public schools two valua
ble old portrait prints in colors of
George Washington and his wife.
The Ladies' Aid society will give an
ice cream social at Brickton next
Monday evening, July 1. A large
company will go out from Princeton.
The boys of Company came home
from camp last night looking sun
burned and rugged. They say that
they never had abetter outing in their
lives.
Chas. Peterson will give a dance in
his spacious barn at Freer on the
evening of July 4. First-class music
and a real old celebrative time. You
are invited.
For sale cheap, for cash, a Mc
Cormick mower, good as new, and a
Deering rake. Must be sold at once.
Apply to Mrs. Byron Dilley at home
of A. E. Grow.
C. O. Moore's planing mill is nowfor
in operation and Mr. Moore is pre
pared to handle all work brought in
on short notice. First-class planing
is done at this mill.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McCormack of
Marshfield, Mo., arrived last evening
on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. F.
C.sale
Cater. Mrs. Cater is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. McCormack.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Entrup,of St.
Paul are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. C.
S. Neumann and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Entrup consider Princeton one
of the prettiest places in the north
west. It is.
On Monday, July 1, the increase in
the salaries of the rural route carriers
goes into effect. They will then draw
$900 a year, or $75 a month. Even at
this salary the carrier's position will
be far from a lucrative one.
Most of the farmers are very busy
now and this gives the village a
semi-deserted appearance. If it were
not for the farmers the villages of the
northwest would be dead all the time
in fact they would fail to exist.
Just compare Nelson's photos with
other pictures you see, and if you are
any judge of pictures at all you will
readily see why the best people in this
town and county have their pictures
taken at Nelson's photo studio. 22tf
During the electrical storm on Mon
day afternoon lightning struck a tree
on Charles Slater's place and removed
a strip of bark from one side of the
trunk. No damage was sustained bv
any other property in the neighbor
hood.
Stanley Kerrick of the Hamline
medical school and Miss Lucille Pet
tingill of St. Paul, are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Ewing. They are
cousins of Mrs. Ewing and will re
main here until the early part of next
week.
Oscar Peterson was up from Elk
River on Monday and returned Tues
day. He says that he will take his
father's place at the forge in Prince
ton next week while the latter takes a
vacation. Mr. Peterson will not re
build his blacksmith shop in Elk
River until fall.
Guy Ewing says that the delay in
the arrival of his monsfrosity
the taxidermist is due to the fact that
it was found necessary to send to a
New York factory for eyes adapted to
the peculiar creature. Guy is now
trying to skirmish up material for
another fish story.
Eureka Fly Killer is the preparation
the farmers need. Applied to the cow
it keeps off every description of insect
and thus has the effect of increasing
both the quantity of milk and the flesh
of the animal. Applied to the horse
or other animals no flies will alight
upon them. Eureka Fly Killer is the
best thing of its kind ever intro
duced. For sale by B. D. Grant, sole
agent, Princeton. 27-tf
"Maple Creme Sundaes".- Have
you trfed one at The Home Drug
Store?
Fly nets and horse covers of every
description and at right prices. Gil
lespie, Stoneberg & Co.'s harness
shop, Princeton.
N. E. Jesmer left for Duluth, Skibo
and other points last evening- to look
after his landed interests in various
parts of the northwest.
Misses Hattie Deppe and Freda
Kirsch of St. Paul arrived last even
ing for a week's visit with their uncle
and aunt, T. H. Prowse and wife.
Wm. J. Drescher and Miss Lillie
will be married this after
noon at 2 o'clock in Crown. They
will make their home in Princeton.
F. C. Foltz is much pleased with the
patronage which has been accorded to
him during the short time he has been
in business and takes this means of
thanking his patrons therefor.
Gideon S. Wicklund and Miss
Lynda J. Norman were married at
Bogus Brook yesterday by Rev. J.
W. Heard of the Princeton Methodist
church. About ninety guests were
present at the ceremony.
Before you start for Princeton to
have your picture taken be sure it is
the first or third Saturday of the
as these are the only days
you will find Nelson, the famous pho
tographer from Anoka, at his studio
in Princeton. 22tf
The Princeton Baseball nine will
defeat the Milacasif afforded an op
portunityon Sunday next at the fair
ground in this village. The Milaca
team is a pretty strong aggregation,
however, and our boys will have to
hustle to defeat it.
A letter from Emmet Mark, who is
now in Montana, to Will Ross, says
that he (Mark) anticipates returning
to Princteon as soon as he possibly
can and that he will bring with him a
number of horses. He also says that
good horses are scarce on the ranges
now.
Yes, do compare Enstrom's photos
with other pictures you see in your
town and you will favor Enstrom's
photos as they are artistic and up-to
date. He makes you better pictures
the money than any one else.
Please remember that his studio is
open every Friday and Saturday. 14tf
Farmers and horsemen will please
notice that the renowned Mineral
Heave Remedy for horses is a guar
anteed cure or money returned. For
by L. A. Anderson, Milaca J.
A. Jetsinga, Pease: Chas. King, and
Sjoblom & Olson. Princeton: or J. A.
Wetter, state representative, Prince
ton, R. 5. Nearly 300 cures in these
localities within the last two years.
27-2t
On July 4 a dance and jollification
will be held in the M. B. A. hall,
Wyanett, and a special effort will be
put forth to make the occasion pleas
ant to everybody. Good music and
refreshments. You are invived.
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Quick Meal
Gasoline Stoves.
Made in all styles, both
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Evaporating and
Generating
Burner Patterns.
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I Caley Hardware Co.
PERFECTION OIL STOVES
The only kerosene blue flame stove
ever perfected. Easy to light, al
ways ready, and burns with a
strong blue blaze that is hot enough
to do any kind of cooking. Alwaj
ready, wick'does'not char, smoke
or smell while burning
ABSOLUTELY FREE
Commencing Today I Will Give Away
With Every
$15 CASH PURCHASE
One Pair of Full-Size Superfine Summer
Horse Covers.
The cost of these covers will not be added to
our regular rates on merchandise, but to obtain them
the $15 purchase must be for cash^only.
A New Consignment of
Linen Goods
has just been placed on our shelves including Table
Covers, Napkins, etc. They are from the looms of
the celebrated ihanufacturers, John V. Farwell & Co.,
Chicago, and were shipped to us direct. We can thus
save you the middlemen's profits.
Call and View Our New Goods.
Get Ready For It. It's Coming.
(fl When signing the Declaration of Independence Benjamin Franklin said: "Gen- (|j
tlemen, if we don't hang together, we'll hang separately." "Well, you probably \f.
KOPP & BARTHOLOMEW
The Clothiers.
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F. T. KETTELH0DT
Princeton, Minn.
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Got your Ser.ge Suit? Got your Two Piece Suit? Got
your Shirt, Thin Underwear, Cool Hosiery and other
thin things? We have em. Also Special Fourth. Ties )&
with Handkerchiefs to match and ffi
Straw Hats on Ice. BANG! to
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