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Wanted, a good dining room girl at
Commercial hotel.
F. L. Ludden made a trip to the
twin ctiies on Monday.
M. J. Rawn made a trip to Minne
apolis on business yesterday.
The Pythian Sewing circle will meet
with Mrs. Frank Henschel this after
noon.
For sale or rent, Mrs. Jaax' piano.
Apply to Hazel Jaax at Guy Ewing's
store.
Mrs. F. M. Campbell will entertain
the Dorcas society next Wednesday
afternoon.
For sale, a carriage and set of
double harness. Apply to W. H.
Ferrell, Princeton.
For rent, 40 acres clover sod for
corn or potatoes. Apply to Mrs. C.
H. Rines, Princeton.
Bill O'Malley returned on Tuesday
from his claim at Berthold and will
remain here until fall.
Leave your orders for monuments
with O. E. Stark at Byers' store. Red
and gray^St. Cloud granite.
The Maccabee ladies gave a dance
and supper at their hall on Tuesday
night which was well attended.
We have a choice lot of seed buck
wheat for sale at the right price.
Caley Hardware Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mallotte of
Scanlon are visiting Mrs. Mallotte's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plumon
dore.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Young on May 4 and a son
to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Murray on
May 5.
An addition is being built onto the
dwelling house of R. E. Sanford.
Mr. Sanford's son, C. R., is doing
the work.
On Saturday Dr. Cooney performed
an opeartion for appendicitis upon the
10-year-old daughter of Nels Johnson
at Big Lake.
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.
Dr. Cooney was on Friday called to
Otsego, where he performed an opera
tion on Edward Vail for perforated
ulcer of the stomach.
Herman Strom on Tuesday made
final proof on his homestead in the
town of Onamia before Robt. H.
King, clerk of the district court.
An ice cream social will be given in
the M. E. church, Spencer Brook, on
Saturday, May 16, and a program will
be presented by local talent. An in
vitation to be present is extended
to all.
Rev. Father Levings went to Glen
wood yesterday, where he had been
invited to participate in the celebra
tion of Rev. Father O'Connor's tenth
anniversary of his ordination as a
priest.
The Union office has installed a
new McVicker automatic gas and
gasoline engine. It is a good ma
chine and is running satisfactorily.
J. C. Herdliska is local agent for the
engine.
A Commercial club has been or
ganized at Onamia with C. H. Mc
Kenzie president, August Eichmiller
vice president, F. R. Burrell secretary
and C. L. Freer treasurer. With such
officers as this things ought to hum.
Rev. Father Zitur of Clear Lake
celebrated mass at both services in St.
Edwards church last (Foresters')
Sunday. Rev. Zitur delivered an
excellent sermon at the 10:30 service.
Her returned to Clear Lake on the
Monday morning train.
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Our soda is phenomenal in that people want
it no matter what the condition of the weather
may be. People go by the almanac and not by
the thermometer in drinking this kind of soda
and the reason is not far to seek. It is so de-
licious that it is good to drink regardless of
weather conditions. Hot weather that* is abso
lutely necessary to the enjoyment of ordinarily
good sodas is merely a circumstance with ours.
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The Druggist
Of Interest
from various sources.
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
-eceipt R. DUNN, Publisher.
Rev. J. W. Heard visited his father
in Minneapolis on Monday.
Remember the date of the teachers'
meeting at MilacaSaturday, May 16.
Mrs. C. B. Rogers of South Harbor
is visiting her many friends in Prince
ton.
The First National Bank of Prince
ton will make you a loan on your
farm. 7tf
Miss Beth Martin went to the twin
cities on Tuesday and returned the
same day.
The Princeton Produce Co. has fine
seed Ohios for sale. Office in Carew
block. Both phones. 19-tf
The First National Bank of Prince
ton represents the strongest fire insur
ance companies in the world. Ttf
Miss Theresa Rosha, who had been
here for a fortnight's visit, returned
to her home in St. Augusta on Mon
day.
Company G* will start for a hike to
Cambridge on June 13 and from that
point will take the train to Lake City
for the annual encampment.
Mrs. H. E. Cowles returned on Mon
day from Centralia, Washington,
where she spent the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. Jessie Martin.
Money to loan on improved farms
at the lowest rate of interest. Loans
promptly and properly closed.
14-tf M. S. Rutherford & Co.
L. E. Fox has been engaged to set
up the machinery in a creamery at
Ballington, in the southern part of the
state. Mr. Fox left for that place on
Monday.
Michael Quigley of St. Paul, the
railroad contractor, visited friends in
Princeton on Friday. Mr. Quigley
recently returned from a trip to
British Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery left on Tuesday
for their home in Wisconsin after a
week's pleasant visit with their son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Henri Avery, at this place.
Teachers who fail to hear the ad
dress of Professor T. J. Caton of the
Minneapolis Business college at
Milaca on Saturday will miss some
thing which they may regret.
The peculiar actions of W. G. Fred
rick's dog on Sunday led to the belief
that at was suffering from rabies
and rather than run any chances
Mr. Fredricks killed the animal.
Sergeant Henry Marshall took the
second and last of his examinations
at St. Paul on Monday for promotion
to the rank of second lieutenant in
Company G, Minnesota National
Guard.
Either muzzle your dogs or confine
them to your premises until the rabies
scare blows over. Dogs found run
ning at large which are not muzzled
will be annihilated by the village mar
shal and buried free of charge.
Every dog-owner in Princeton town
and village should cheerfully comply
with the requirements of the health
officers. Hydrophobia is a fearful
malady. It is right and proper that
all necessary precautions should be
taken.
For sale, Stanley steamer, five pas
senger touring car, or will trade for
Mille Lacs county land. Only used a
short time. Full equipment, top,
lights, chains, etc. Price $1,450.00.
Henry Webster, 1016 Lumber Ex
change, Minneapolis, Minn. 21-3t
We regret to learn that Mr. Joseph
Swanbro of Wyanett suffered another
paralytic stroke last Sunday after
noon and has been in a semi-uncon
scious condition ever since. The
brave old veteran has been seriously
indisposed for many months and he
cannot survive much longer.
It is time that people passed up the
old superstition that dogs only go
mad in so-called "dog days," or,
when the star Sirius is in the ascend
ancy. This is the veriest tommyrot
a belief adhered to and handed down
by the ancients. Dogs may become
mad at any time.
Nelson's photos please the people.
House for rent, $14 per month.
Apply to Dr. T. L. Armitage.
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For sale, horses, second-hand har
ness and buggies. Apply to Chas.
King* Princeton.
I have sufficient pasture for 200
horsesthe finest pasture in the
country. Miohael Mahoney.
Mrs. H. C. Cooney, Mrs. Carlton
and Mrs. Eva Keith are in attendance
at the Eastern Star grand lodge at St.
Paul.
A. F. Johnson, town clerk of Hay
land, was here Monday. Mr. "John
son is one of the viewers on ditch
No. 6.
"Wanted, to rent, a four or five room
house near center of town. Will pay
rent in advance monthly. Inquire at
Union office.
For sale, a car of Green Mountain
seed potatoes. Call me up on Rural
phone. Potatoes are at my ware
house. Ed. Saxon.
L. H. Farnham and wife, who have
been here on a visit to relatives, left
last night for Bemid]i, where they ex
pect to make their home.
The pupils of the Whittier school
will give a play at Brands' opera
house on May 28, 1908, entitled "The
Kingdom of Mother Goose.
N. Hylander has sold his farm of 44
acres and will leave for Oregon either
today or Friday. Mr. Hylander ex
pects to permanently locate in Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen of Milaca
were visiting relatives in Princeton
on Sunday and Monday. Mr. Allen
also attended the tax judgment sale
at the court house.
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
Deputy Public Examiner Kane in
spected the books of the county
officials on Monday. Mr. Kane has
always a good word to say for the
manner in which the county's books
are kept.
At the Sunday afternoon service of
the Christian church, held at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jones in
north Princeton, Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Briggs were baptized by Rev.
Marshall.
Word has been received from Mrs.
F. Gere by her mother that she is
now playing in vaudeville. Mrs. Gere
was formerly Miss Jessie Rean of
Princeton. Her husband is an acro
bat and contortionist.
On July 22, at 11 o'clock a. m.. in
the Mille Lacs county court house at
Princeton, will be offered for sale by
State Auditor Iverson sundry tracts
of state lands, a description of which
will be found on page 7 of this num
ber.
Friends of Andrew Skoog called at
his home in Bogus Brook on Sunday
evening and left a basket of pro
visions and a purse of money. Mr.
Skogg was absent at tne time but
wishes to thank those who so kindly
remembered him.
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
Miss Nellie I. Anderson, who has
closed a term of school at Chase
Brook, returned to her home in Min
neapolis last week. She met at
Princeton her brother Levi, who has
been in Chicago the past year work
ing for his uncles, Leafgreen Bros.
L. S. Briggs and R. E. Jones at
tended as delegates the Pythian grand
lodge in Minneapolis on Tuesday and
Wednesday. T. F. Scheen, grand
master at arms, was also in attend
ance, while Mrs. L. S. Briggs was a
delegate to the Pythian Sisters grand
lodge which convened at the same
time.
Rev. Geo. E. Satterlee and wife of
Minneapolis came up this week to
look after their burial lot in Oak
Knoll cemetery and Mr. Satterlee
called upon Mrs. Ewing to pay his
share toward beautifying the ceme
tery. Rev. and Mrs. Satterlee are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ross
and family.
i Teachers and prospective teachers
should not fail to attend the meeting
at Milaca on Saturday next, May 16,
for they may learn many things to
their advantage. Eminent educators
will be present and address the meet
ing, among them Prof. T. J. Caton of
the Minneapolis Business college and
Supt. A. N. Farmer of the St. Cloud
public schools.
Rev. W. H. Koenig of the German
Methodist church has been selected to
perform the duties of the presiding
elder at Bowbells, N.. D., on May 17
and at Gardena, N. D., on May 24.
The presiding elder is a delegate to
the general conference at Baltimore
from May 6 to 30. The honor con
ferred on Rev. Koenig is well he
stowed. es
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Townsend Block
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Church Topics && as
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Sunday and Weekday
Announcement!.
METHODIST.
Morning service, 10:30, sermon,
"The Bondman and the Freeman
evening service, 8 o'clock, "The Light
of the World." Epworth league 7
o'clock, Sunday school 12 m. A
chorus of fifty voices will lead the
evening song service.
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CONGREGATIONAL.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Mocning subject, "The Successful
Church" evening subject, "Burden
Bearing and Burden-Shifting." Sun
day school, 11:45 a. m. young
people's meeting, 7 p. m. midweek
meeting, Thursday evening at 7:30.
Mrs. Elizabeth Snow of Minneapolis
delivered a free lecture on "Health"
at the Methodist church last evening.
The Modern Brotherhood of America
will give a dance in the hall at
Wyanett on Friday evening, May 29.
Select your spring suit early. The
picking is now at its best. Excellent
suits at $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00,
$18. Kopp & Bartholomew.
Mrs. A. C. Howard of Rugby, N.
D., is the guest of Mrs. A. F. Howard.
She arrived in Princeton on Saturday
and will remain about two weeks.
The publisher of this paper has had
an opportunity offered him to go to
Washington at the expense of the
government and testify before a con
gressional committee but he declined
with thanks.
Ernest H. Rippon, wife and family
of Heron Lake are visiting at the
home of Mrs. Rippon's grandmother,
Mrs. E. C. Gile. Mrs. Rippon is
suffering from lung trouble and came
here in the hope of benefiting her
health.
Although potatoes fetched good
prices for the season fast drawing to
a close the indications are that the
acreage this year will be considerably
less in this vicinity than it was in
1907. Farmers are going into the
dairying business more extensively.
Herman Schwartz' dog was shot by
Clarence Hill on Tuesday evening.
The dog's head was swollen to
enormus proportions and it appeared
to suffer intensely. Its condition was
not caused by rabies, but by the bite
of a snake, and now an attempt is be
ing made to discover and ascertain the
species of the venomous reptile which
attacked, the dog.
$ For instance, we sell a first-class serge or worsted suit, fancy
$ mixtures or plain colors, strong serge or alpaca lined and stylish-
ly made for $12.50. Most clothiers sell this suit for $15.00 and
$ The Largest Line of Suit Cases in Town
Main Street,
THE TRUTH
is not often told about clothes. If a clothier would
say, "Here is a suit that looks like all wool, but it's
nearly all cotton, it's marked $20.00, you may have
it for $15.00 although it's only worth about $6.00,"
would you buy there? Of course yon wouldn't.
However, there is one way to tell the plain truth
and still sell the goods, and that's by giving good,
honest values and then backing em up with a guar-
antee that means money back if you want it. Our
house is
A small dwelling house on the north
side owned by Elmer Bigelow was
totally destroyed by fire at 1 o'clock
on Friday morning. The house was
unoccupied, the persons who lived
there having moved out upon the
previous day. How the fire started is
a mystery. T^he building "carried an
insurance of $500.
Jesse Plummer and daughter Maud
of Cambridge and Mrs. Belle Connor
of Pine City were called to Princeton
last week in consequence of the serious
illness of Mrs. N. M. Plummer. Mr.
Plummer ana daughter returned to
their home on Sunday and Mrs. Con
nor on Wednesday. Mrs. Plummer is
steadily improving in health.
There is no reason why the Prince
ton Co-operative creamery should not
be a money-maker from the start.
There is no trouble in finding a
market for good creamery butter, and
there is no reason why the highest
grade of butter cannot be manufac
tured here. It is up to the farmers. If
they work in unison and stand loyally
by their own plant it is bound to be a
success.
"The House Behind the Suit" 1
and is the one you want to get hooked up with.
some for $18.00. It's a dandy. See it $
Other Suits from $5.00 to $25.00
We sell The Patterson Hat, The Lion Shirt, The Munslng Underwear $
Kopp & Bartholomew
TH Home of Good Clothes
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G. H. GOTTWERTH,
Dealer in
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
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Let Us Help Make Your
Housecleaning Easy
Get rid of the muss and fuss by having us
wash your blankets, quilts, bedding of all
kinds, flat work, lace curtains, carpets or any
thing else to be washed.
Dry Cleaning Dept. in Connection
liable. Princeton Steam Laundry
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Princeton.
Your delicate goods will receive special attention whether
washed or dry cleansed. Woolens have special care and we
guarantee that they will be soft and not shrink. We can do
your work better than you can have it done at home.
Seed Ohios.
We have 500 bushels of fine seed
Ohios for sale. Princetone
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Uve stock Bought. whe
hogs, sheep, etc., for sale and I will
pay you the highest market prices for
the same.
Henry Erickson, Princeton.
Whooping1
Cough.
"In February our daughter had the
whooping cough. Mr. Lane, of Hart
iand, recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and said it gave his
customers the best of satisfaction. We
found it as he said, and can recom
mend it to anyone having children
troubled with whooping cough," says
Mrs. A. Goss of Durand, Mich. For
sale by Princeton Drug Co.
Notice for Bids.
Bids for building a town hall in the
town of Milo will be received at the
town clerk's office until 1 o'clock
m., May 23, 1908.
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Plans and specifications can be seen
at the town clerk's office. The build
ing to be completed on or before
September 1, 1908.
The town board reserves the riehfe to
reject any or all bids.
By order of the town board.
OA,,. R N*' Atkinson,
W-3b. Uown Clerk.

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