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Items i 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 10 and should insist upon receiving a printed -acelpt DUN S. Publisher. Princeton Potato Market. The quotations hereunder are those orevaihng on Thursday morning at the time of going to press: Burbanks 52-55 Rose 45 A. W. Woodcock went down to the cities on business Monday. Mrs. Magnus Sjoblom left on Tues day for a short visit in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thompson left on Tuesday for a visib in the twin cities. Wanted, cows to pasture in the Barker meadows. Apply to Wm. Roos, Princeton. 18-2t F. J. Hallin, optician, will be at the Princeton Drug Co. 's store on Friday, May. 1 from 11 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Victor Sjodin of Milo brought the pelt of a big wolf to the court house on Tuesday and received $10 bounty. Mr. John Foote is getting the material together for the erection of a beautiful home on his farm east of town. Services will be held in the Swedish Lutheran church on Sunday at 3 p. m. Rev. Lundquist of St. Paul will preach. E. C. Earley has sold his interest in the saloon business to A., H. Smith and will leave this week for his claim at Big Falls. Cucumber seed will be on hand for distribution to persons who intend raising cucumbers for the pickle sta tion within ten days. Money to loan on improved farms at the lowest r- ie of interest. Loans promptly and properly closed. 14-tf M. S. Rutherford & Co. Mail Carrier Mathis, attired in an ice cream suit and an auto cap to match, was observed promenading the Minneapolis boulevards on Tuesday. Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars to loan on improved farms at a low rate of interest and easy terms of payment. Robt. H. King. The summer training school for this county will be held at Milaca from July 6 to 31, both dates included. Read article setting forth details in another column. If you are looking for high-grade mares with colts at their side go to Aug. Rines' barns and there you will find them. The mares weigh from 1.200 to 1,300 pounds. Lieut. Col. Gerlach, U. S. A., inspected the members of Company at the armory on Tuesday evening. During his stay here the colonel was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Caley. Hon. Samuel Lord of the state tax commission is a gentleman whom it is a pleasure to know, and we sincerely hope his talk to the assessors of the county at the auditor's office Tuesday will be productive of much good. Sjoblom Bros, are improving their residence property by installing a sewer and preparing for the buildirig of a retaining wall and the laying of a cement sidewalk. A neat fence will also be placed around the property. H. F. Mann and Ed. Kaliher came down from the lake country in an automobile on Tuesday. Ed. said that 300 men had arrived at Onamia to work on the Soo road and that things were getting lively at the lake business was picking up rapidly. Dr. E. Freeman Walsh of St. Paul has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dunn since Friday last and will remain for some time yet. The doctor is just recovering from an attack of pneumonia, but the pure air and "simple life" of the country is work ing wonders for him. Why We Win On Wall Papers One of the least advantages we afford wall paper buyers is wide choice from a large stock. Our present showing is the largest and best ever made in this locality. Large buying made it possible for us to include many desirable patterns not to be found in smaller stocks. It also secured every possible price con- cession. Buying at minimum prices enables us to sell at lower prices than can a dealer who buys in smaller quantities. Every paper we show was carefully selected for its style, beauty and worth, and we invite every intending buyer to see the beautiful display even if there is no present thought of pur- chasing. ^^0*^i*****^m^* C. A. JACK The Druggist Of Interest from various sources. *i^**^m^m^*t&0*^0f^*i^**^^*i^**^*^^^^^^ Mrs. J. J. Skahen visited friends in Minneapolis yesterday. The high school juniors will give a dance on Friday evening, May 1. Read Supt. Ewing's article on the summer school in another column. The Dorcas society will be enter tained by Mrs. P. J. Wikeen on Wed nesday afternoon. Louis Horstman has opened a bar ber shop in the Carew building near the Riverside hotel. The Swedish Lutheran Aid society will meet at Mrs. Gustafson's on Mon day afternoon, April 27. Mrs. S. M. Sinclair, who had been visiting in Bemidji for several months, has returned to Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller and family have left Brickton and are again'located in Princeton. The Phi Alpha Pi boys of the Con gregational Sunday school are plan ning a supper for Friday, May 1. H. Markgraf will give a dance at Brickton on Saturday night next, April 25. Good music and a good time promised. For saleBarred Plymouth Rock eggs for settings, 50 cents for 15 $3.00 per 100. Mrs. W. Barnum, Princeton, Minn., Route 3. 16-4t William Peterson and wife and Miss Marjorie Applegate were the guests of Mr and Mrs. William Applegate from Friday to Monday. I have some fine Oxfords for ladies and gentlemen in tan, patent leather, kid and gum metal. Come in and seeat them. Solomon Long. I keep good horses on hand at all times for sale. If you have horses to sell bring them to me and I will pay cash for them. Wm. Ross. We sell the De Laval cream sepa rator, the grand prize winner at every exposition held during the last 25 years. Evens Hardware Co. Genuine summer weather in Minne sota this spring. The "oldest inhabi tant" never saw such weather as we have been having for several weeks. The masquerade ball at the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett, on Saturday was well attended and the music, furnished by the Fiske & Murphy orchestra, was good. Lost, a white horse blanket, between Princeton school house and flour mill on Saturday afternoon. Finder pJease leave at Union office for reward. Persons contemplating raising cu cumbers for pickle station who have not already signed list may enter their names at First National Bank of Princeton. An entertainment and basket social will be held at the schoolhouse in dis trict 10, Greenbush, on Friday even ing, April 24, at 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited. F. M. Shook retains the postoffice at Aitkin as Editor Hollister has withdrawn from the contest and Mr. Bede has recommended Mr. Shook for reappointment. The Omega cream separator is not an experiment. It has a record of fifteen years behind it and every year it has grown better. Call in and let us show you one. Caley Hardware Co. Miss Lola Scheen on Monday re turned to school at St. Benedict's col lege, St. Joseph, after a short Easter vacation at home. Miss Scheen is making rapid strides in her musical studies. J. D. Walton and wife of Wright county, Iowa, are visiting their son in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dow, and expect to remain all sum mer. Mr. Walton is much pleased with Princteon and its surroundings. A letter received by Lowell Chad bourne from his father, who is now sojourning at Waltham, Mass., says that the old gentleman will return to Princeton on or about May 1. When Chad, arrives keep your ears open for stories of adventure. ^Bffi^^Tm5WE&m'wmm*M*w& Nelson's photos please the people. Horse auction at Aug. Bines' barns Saturday, May 2. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mitchell on Friday, April 17. Delicious brick ice cream at Scheen's confectionery every Sunday. Diversi fied flavors. Jay Smith of Spencer Brook con templates going into the general merchandise business at Zimmerman. Wanted, a boy 16 years old to work on a farm. A snap for the right boy. Apply to W. Barnum, Princeton, Minn., route 3. 18-2t Any one short of pasture this sum mer may obtain same by applying to Louis Generous, Long Siding. Reasonable charges. A valuable milk cow belonging to S. A. Cravens died on Sunday. About a week ago Mr. Cravens was offered and refused $50 for the animal. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Keith, Mrs. E. L. McMillan and Mrs. C. A. Caley were among those who returned on Friday evening from a trip to the cities. The ladies of the M. E. church will give a supper in the parlors of the church on Wednesday evening next, April 29. A bountiful supper for 25 cents. Henry Newbert is adding to the at tractiveness of his Park house property by reshingling the roof of the hotel and making other improve ments. No cream separator manufactured is constructed on a more simple, less complicated principle than is the Tubular. For sale by Caley Hard ware Co. Fred Brown, Fred Ross, Fred Heath and Wm. Hiland left for Golden Val ley, Montana, on Monday for the pur pose of looking over the country with a view to taking up claims. Harold Van Alstein, Chas. Walker, Vernon Dickey and Fremont Wood cock were home from the state univer sity for the Easter holidays and re turned to their studies Monday. Smith Soule is dangerously ill at his home in the state of Idaho. He is suffering from an attack of spinal meningitis. Mr. Soule's many old friends here hope for his speedy re covery. Princeton is now after a pickle salt ing station and has practically landed one. Good money can be made by farmers raising cucumbers as has been demonstrated here.Braham Journal. The dance given by the band boys the opera house on Monday even ing was fairly well patronized. About fifty tickets were sold and the music discoursed by Anderson's or chestra was first class. Mrs. S. A. Crossman left yesterday morning for Golden Valley to join her husband on their claim. C. J. Pink ham, Grace Orton, Chas. E. Slater and two daughters also left at the same time for the same place. Mr. Fox has resigned his position as buttermaker at the West Branch creamery. A man of Mr. Fox's ex perience should have no difficulty in securing a good position, for he is one of the very best buttermakers in the country. Before you start for Princeton to have your picture taken be sure it is the first or third Saturday of the month, as these are the only days you will find Nelson, the famous pho tographer from Anoka, at his studio in Princeton. 2tf The contract for construction of a ditch in Bogus Brook, to be known as ditch No. 5, was on Saturday let by the county to John Folwick, he having submitted a bid for $2,335. This ditch and its branches will extend a distance of five miles. James Edmunds of Baldwin has bought the Mahlen Ellenbaum farm near Silver lake and entered into possession. Mr. Ellenbaum and fam ily will for a time make their residence with George H. Tomlinson, Mr. Eltended. lenbaum's son-in-law. There were scores of farmers in town Saturday, attracted by the creamery meeting and Aug. Rines' horse sale. Mr. Rines had a fine bunch of western horses on hand and they sold fastmost of them at pri vate sale. Emmet Mark was the auc tioneer. A preaching service will be held in the Santiago M. E. church on Satur day evening, April 25, by the pastor at 8 o'clock. On Sunday morning, April 26, at 10:30, Mr. Julian of the anti-saloon league of Minneapolis will give an address on temperance in the Santiago M. E. churcfi. Everyone welcome. Mrs. H. C. Cooney entertained about twenty of her friends at cards on Tuesday night and the game played was "Five Hundred." Ice cream, cake and fruit punch was served by Mrs. Cooney, and her guests pro nounced the event one of the most de lightful they had ever attended. Mrs. Cooney is an excellent hostess. e&LjiV \-^Sa^i^ItM^^ii"i^^^^SL-A Jiii** ^n^^ Townsend Block Church Topics SM S* Sunday and Weekday Announcements. METHODIST. Morning service 10:30, sermon, "The Soul's Receptiveness evening 7:30, "Following Christ Afar Off." Sunday school 12 m., Epworth league 6:30 p. m. Song service in the evening before the sermon. EPISCOPAL. Sunday, April 26At Grace church, Baldwin school house, Sunday school 10 a. m., morning prayer and sermon 11 a. m. At Hope church, Congrega tional church, Princeton, evening prayer and sermon 3:30 p. m. Rev. Isaac Houlgate, pastor. CONGKEGATIONAL. Morning service at 10:30, subject of sermon, A Great Apostle's Reason able Appeal." Sunday school at 11:45. Young people's meeting at 6:30. Evening service at 7:30, subject of sermon, "Dionysius and Damaris." Special music both morning and even ing. A cordial welcome to all. Mid week meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Beginning May 3, the Congrega tional Sunday evening services will begin half an hour later, i. e., young people's meeting at 7 and evening ser vice at 8. The First National Bank of Prince ton always has money on hand to loan on farm mortgages. There is consequently no delay in closing of loans. Liberal on or before privi leges. 18-tf Mrs. Chester Magnus was on Tues day afternoon surprised by the Pythian Sisters, who presented her with a linen table cover and half a dozen napkins. Refreshments were served and a pleasant afternoon passed. The concert of the Old Plantation Quartet and Jubilee Singers at the Methodist church on Monday evening was much enjoyed by those who at The members of the com pany are all good musicians and the program was an excellent one. Mrs. G. W. Harter was surprised on Friday afternoon by a number of her neighbors and presented with a cold meat fork. The surprise was in the nature of a farewell party, as Mr. and Mrs. Harter expect to move onto their farm this week. Light refreshments were served at the party. Stock Food. Spring is the time to give the stock a tonic and there is nothing in the world that will do it as good as Clover Brand. For sale by Caley Hardware Co. Take Notice. Any person found riding a bicycle on the village sidewalks, in violation of the ordinance made and provided, will be arrested and dealt with accord ing to law. Parents are requested to caution their children against this practice which has reached the pro portions of a public nuisance. The street is the place for bicycle riding. S. A. Cravens, Village Marshal. Muc Obliged ^V^WA^ltr^lWlM^ *C- Jfnk4',, A i A&iifo. J*fi For your liberal patronage. "We don't know whether it was in response to our special ad- & vertising plan, or what it was, but our friends $ have been keeping us busy lately wrapping jjj up bundles for them, and we feel like saying Thank You. However, we are not sold out yet. We are not jjj going out of business so we keep our stock up ib to date and complete. We have by far the j$ largest stock in Princeton in the following lines- $ Suits for Men and Boys, Raincoats at all prices, Shirts in \to ff\ all styles and makes, Underwear in two piece and union suits, j$ Extra Trousers to fit anybody, Hats, Fancy Vests, Neckwear, (J Socks and Suspenders. Kopp & Bartholomew the Home of Good Clothes ^fessfeSfessseseseesssesftsseesfefesssssess^ ^**^^^^m^*m^^m^m* Main Street, G. GOTTWERTH, Dealer In Prime meats of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc. Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs. **m. ti i 'i A new line of Sewing Machines just in. Prices from $20 to $50 Insurance Agency. j& j& EwingV Music Store Opera House Block Princeton, Minn. EVENS HARDWARE CO., PRINCETON. tf Princeton, Minn. Farmers, Insure in The Glendorado Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company. The Cheapest and Safest Kind of Insurance. Assessment 1907 2 Mills. For further information or nearest agent write J. A. ERSTAD, Secretary, Freer, Hinnesota. Princeton. mmnm ,1,,, Wll We Invite AH To visit our in the opera and inspect our M_ new quarters house block stock of ans, Sewing Machines and Phonographs. If you need either -we can save you money pn your purchase. We carry musical instruments in various styles and grades, White, and New Home Sewing Machines, and Edison Phonographs and Records.