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i m^mi*m0^**+^^m^*^^am^*^*i^*^*m&m^m**^^^*t**m^+^ Give Baby Chance i^a*? ft Items ss^-v.- Miss Grace and George Dunn have arrived home from Hamline university for their summer vacation. Miss Sophia McCue, who had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McCue, returned to St. Paul on Tues day. A preaching service will be held on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in Santiago M. E. church by the pastor, J. Carter. 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. Mrs. Magnus Sjoblom and Miss Nellie Anderson left on Monday for a visit at Butte, Montana, and will be gone about three weeks. Miss Margaret I. King returned on Monday from the state university, where she has been engaged in mark ing examination papers. Chas. Kopp left on Monday evening for the Mille Lacs lake country in the interest of his business. Guy Ewing was a passenger on the same train for the land of the Indians. Prof. Marshall will conduct a train ing school at Renville this summer. Mr. Marshall is one of the very best educators in the northwest and makes good wheresoever he goes. N. P. Olson, editor of the Anoka Free Press, was here on Tuesday and Wednesday in his capacity of state factory inspector, and the i on is indebted to him for a pleasant visit. Max Cordiner came home from Val ley City, N. D., on Monday for a short vacation. He will return Sat urday. Max is employed by the state of Minnesota in the grain inspection department. Mrs. Robert Cameron of Anoka and Mrs. F. P. Reeves of Minneapolis were here on a visit to their mother, Mrs. James Thomas, who has been quite sick for the past few weeks but is improving fast now. Persons in large number are record ing their guesses on the number of stitches in the harness displayed in the windows of Gillespie & Stone burg's harness shop. So far these guesses run from 3,000 to 150,000. In a free-for-all fight over the out come of a baseball game at Stanch field lake on Sunday Oscar Road strom was kicked in the head and for a time put out of commission. The melee was a veritable mixupa sort of Donnybrook fair occurrence. Andrew Sjoblom chugged to Milaca on Sunday and says that had he known the condition of the roads he would have taken a rowboat instead of an auto. But he is a daring chauffeur and managed to drive his machine through without accident. Don't risk anything when it comes to tne Ifftle ones: It's baby's business to keep well and grow. Adult health and strength depend on the foundation laid in childhood. If babies fail to thrive as they should try a change of food. There is sure to be one that will suit exactly. We have all the reliable infant foods and will be glad to tell you wherein lies the particular excellence of each. Baby Perquisites Bottles, nipples, fittings, tubing, etc., kept here in large variety. All rubber appliances are the best being made of fine, soft stock, vulcanized without the use of injurious chemicals. Prices are always right here. C. A. JACK THe Druggist various sourceJ. George I Staples Is the only person who Is authorized to collect money due this office In avery case the party paying money is entitled to and should insist upon receiving a printed receipt DTTiro, Publisher. For an enjoyable Fourth of July go to Zimmerman. Wild hay for sale. Call at the store. K. E. Jones. Spencer Brook will entertain you right royally on July 4. W. H. Schimming went to Minne apolis on a business trip Monday. Get a harness for nothing at Gil lespie, Stoneberg & Go's. Attorney Goebel was down from Milaca on professional business yes terday. Mrs. C. S. Neumann and daughter Gladys made a trip to the cities on Tuesday. Mrs. G. H. Gottwerth returned on Monday from a visit with relatives in Minneapolis. Miss Lena and Albert Gebert left on Wednesday for a few weeks' visit at Howard Lake, Minn. I. "v Jj| 4 $ L. C. Hummel made a business trip to St. Paul yesterday. Geo. H. Deans was down from Foreston on Tuesday and Wednesday. The county commissioners will meet in special session tomorrow, June 19. The First National Bank of Prince ton will make you a loan on your farm. 7tf Rev. George A. Swertfager was inBookkeeping Minneapolis on a three days' visit this week. Four of the belated members of Company started for Lake View on Monday morning. A cement sidewalk is being laid alongside of the Caley Hardware com pany's business property. Money to loan on improved farms at the lowest rate of interest. Loans promptly and properly closed. 14-tf M. S. Rutherford & Co. For sale, young pigs at $5 per pair. I also have a few Poland China boars for sale. J. C. Harvey, Blue Hill, Minn. 26-tf Herman Markgraf will give another of his popular dances at Brickton on Saturday evening. Ice cream will be served. The primaries for the election of delegates to the republican county convention will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Editor Henry Rines of the Kanabec County Times and Attorney J. C. King of Mora were here on a business visit Monday. Frank Behnke and family moved to Anoka on Tuesday. Mr. Behnke is engaged in the land business with M. S. Rutherford & Co. The state high school board certifi cates have been received and may be obtained by calling at the residence of Miss Margaret I. King. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Grant of Min neapolis are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bartholomew. Mrs. Bartholomew is a daughter of Mrs. Grant. Several of those who have planted cucumbers for the pickling station report that the vines are doing well. Grover Umberhocker has an excep tionally fine patch. Chas. A. Birch of Willmar, superin tendent of agents of the Central Life Assurance company, was in Princeton last week. Mr. Birch is a reliable man and represents a reliable com pany. Mrs. Walter Withiam of Park Rapids is on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William King, at Spen cer Brook, and other relatives. She expects to return to her home on Safc urdav. Mankato Commercial College base ball team made a trip through South Dakota and played about 25 games. The boys are certainly a lot of gentle manly fellows and a credit to the school.Review. Remember that the republican county convention for the purpose of electing nine delegates to the state convention will be held in the court house at Princeton on Thursday, June 25, at 1 o'clock p. m. H. Chadbourne went to St. Paul on Tuesday to attend a banquet at the Town and Country club given by descendants of the soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary war. Several of Chad's ancestors carried a blunder buss in that war. Mrs. L. S. Libby, Miss Bessie Smith, Mrs. T. F. Scheen and daughter Gjordis left on Monday to attend the commencement exercises at St. Benedict's academy, St. Joseph, at which institution Miss Lola Scheen is a pupil. Charles Malone, the Indian fighter, drove down from the lake Sunday. Charley doesn't think that the Soo line will he completed through the lake region for a considerable time. The country is flooded, says he, and work on the road consequently de layed. Netam't photoipleajeth* people:* Guess now at Gillespie, Stoneberg & o'g. House for rent, $14 per month. Apply to Dr. TJ. L. Armitage. Mabel Gennow has returned from Hamline university for her vacation. M. J. Rawn returned on Friday and started out again Monday morning for Brainerd. A. E. Allen made a trip to the cities yesterday on business for the E. B. Anderson store. For sale, horses, second-hand har ness and buggies. Apply to Chas. King, Princeton. Mrs. S. C. Erwin and child of Rens salaer, Indiana, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Neely. Ed. Hamilton returned last week from the Big Fork country, where he has been working on a drive. Dr. Armitage has cards out an nouncing himself a candidate for thetendent legislature in the Forty-fifth district. Alfred Olson and Caroline Engebret son, both of Milaca, were granted a marriage license by Clerk of Court King on Tuesday.. Thos. J. Kelly and daughter Mil dred of Minneapolis will sail today on the White Star steamer Cedric for a three months' trip through Europe. New ads: Solomon Long, P. Roadstrom, C. A. Jack, Caley Hard ware Co., Bankers' and Merchants Institute, Minneapolis. Long Siding will celebrate the Fourth of July with base ball games, races, dances, merry-go-round, bal loon ascension, etc. Watch for bigIf posters. The Swedish Lutheran Aid society will meet at Mrs. John Olson's, Silver lake, on Monday, June 22, the day having been changed from Tuesday to Monday. Carl Erickson and Chas. Fridland of Shafer, Minn., were here last week looking up land with the expectation of purchasing. They left for the Mille Lacs lake country. Rev. E. K. Copper, presiding elder of the Brainerd district will preach and hold quarterly conference in theJesmer, M. E. church at Santiago on Friday evening, June 19. Attorney C. A. Dickey returned from Iowa on Friday evening. Mr. Dickey says that the crop prospects of that state are excellentthat the country looks like one vast expanse of garden. The First National Bank of Prince ton always has money on hand to loan on farm mortgages. There is consequently a delay in closing of loans. Liberal on or before privi leges. 18-tf Fourth of July celebrations will be held at both Zimmerman and Spencer Brook and will consist of parades, patriotic addresses, ball games, dances, fireworks, etc. Posters have been printed giving particulars of each event. Gene Cartright is visiting with relatives in Princeton and Wyanett. He has been west working for the Great Northern Railroad company for the past two years. Gene thinks Minnesota is the best state he has sotracted far lived in. Before you start for Princeton to have your picture taken be sure it is the first or third Saturday of theThere month, as these are the only days you will find Nelson, the famous pho tographer from Anoka, at his studio in Princeton. 2tf In such seasons as thjs when every thing save grass is drowned out farm* ers must realize and appreciate the value of creameries. Were it not for the creameries the outlook for many farmers in this vicinity would be ex ceedingly dreary. Farmers and others should not benext hasty in signing papers purporting to be petitions circulated by strangers. "Petitions" have upon many occa sions turned up later in the form of promissory notes. So be careful what you attach your signature to. On Saturday next Henry Newbert will close his hotel. He and his wife will shortly thereafter leave Princeton for the lake country and take a well earned rest. Mr. and Mrs. Newbert are both over 60 years of age and their work has been strenuousespecially that of Mrs. Newbert. Serenus Skahen came home from Notre Dame university on Saturday to spend the summer vacation. He was accompanied by Wm. Donahue of Sioux Falls and Louis Pepin of Min neapolis, both graduates of St. Thomas college, who were guests at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Skahen until Monday. The Caley Hardware Co. received this week part of their purchase of Paris green for this year's supply. This firm has for years been head quarters for this article, simply be cause it handles the strictly pure poison in original packages, with guaranteed full weight. Be sure and call on the Caley Hardware Co, for your supply. Mr*. Levin* WaUaoe4and dugl$tr Christie left last evening for their elalm at Shevlin. Mrs. David ^Wetter ^retunned on. Sunday from & fortnight's visit with friends ^kt-Isanti. Lost, around gold locket with mono gram "B. S." on one side. Return to Ben]'. Soule for reward. The First National^Bank of Prince ton represents the strongest fire insur ance companies in the world. 7tf Louis is and Mrs. Mrs. R. E. Willard of St, visiting her parents, Mr. M. Neely, and other relatives. Miss Mary Manske returned to St. Paul on Tuesday morning after a pleasant week's visit with friends in Princeton. For sale, the whole of my household furniture and other effects. Must be disposed of within two weeks. Mrs. A. F. Howard. Rev. E. K. Copper, district superin- tji of theDuluth district, will hold \j? the third quarterly conference in the Methodist church on Saturday even ing, June 20, at 8 o'clock. The frame work for the pickle fac tory at the southern limits of the rail road yards has been erected and the building will be completed in a few days. Herman Schwartz is prepared to buy every description of live stock and to pay the highest market prices therefor. It will be to your advantage to see him if you have any for sale. A Borgholm subscriber wants to know if the Union will take a hand in county politics this fall. Perhaps. Borgholm has a worthy candidate he will get a fair deal in the columns of the Union. Ed. Cilley expects to be employed on the old Rollins ranch in Blue Hill shortly. He had charge of the Robin son ranch between Page and Onamia for a couple of years and accom plished good work there. At Weldona, Col., on the 10th inst., Mr. Ralph Day Jesmer and Miss Mil dred Ettyle Fonda were united in marriage at the residence of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. who were former residents of Princeton. There are four counties in the Forty fifth legislative district, three mem bers of the legislature to be elected and about half a dozen aspirants for each seat. Not enough holes for the pegs anyway some of the pegs won't fit the holes. M. M. Stroeter expects that the pickle station will be completed this week. A carload of tanks for salting purposes arrived yesterday. It is the opinion of Mr. Stroeter that the soil in this locality will yield a prolific crop of cucumbers. On Monday the name of the Com mercial hotel will be changed to the Merchants and the proprietor will make an especial effort to cater to the wants of commercial tiavelers. The furnishings of the hotel are modern and the service first-class. Rates, $2.00 per day. J. P. Selander, proprietor. Solomon Long's shoe sale has at large crowds of people to his store since it commenced on Friday last and the force of clerks has been kept busy waiting on customers. is nothing like advertising to draw tradewhen your ads are written right and you advertise in the right paper. The right paper is the paper with a large circulationthe paper that is read. Mr. Long has another page ad in this issue of the Union. To the readers of this paper who know us, we wish to renew our acquaintance, to others we wish to become friends. Each week for the six months we will remind you of this school and the advantages we offer to ambitious young men and women who wane to secure a good business education. Our school is well equipped and modern in every respect. Tuition and living expenses in this city are reasonable. If you want to prepare for success write for catalogue and particulars. Cordial ly yours, Little Falls Business College. Merchants Hotel The management of this hotel has made special arrangements to cater to the commercial travelers' trade and will do its utmost to furnish first rate accommodation to the knights of the grip. Rates, $2.00 per day. J. P. Selanderj Proprietor, Princeton, Minn. GuesarNow. You do the guessing and we give away the harness. That is, you guess on the number of stitches in the har ness displayed in our show window and the one who comes, nearest to that number receives the harness free. The guess costs you nothing, neither does the harness if you are the nearest guesser. Contest will close on July 3 and prize will be awarded on same day. Guess now. Gillespie, Stoneberg & Co., Wm. Neely, Manager. pmmzJBL. '"f %*jtftriifa amm ui Jh The little items in a man's dress count for much. With a frayed tie, a ragged collar, a faded shirt or a "sickly" hat, he can't make much of a showing. "We are Headquarters for Furnishings of every description. Men come in from our neigh- boring towns to stock up on furnishings and, of course, come to our store where they're sure to find a large assortment from which to choose. Handsome Hats We have just received a new supply. All the popular blocks and colors, pantourist and snap front brims, crushers, derbies, etc. A hat to fit your head and your pocketbook. 50c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 An elegant line of straws now on display. The latest and best shapes. All Prices. Taking Ties Arabian ties with handkerchiefs to match. Merry Widow ties (the latest). Flare end ties of every description. Our tie rack rivals the rainbow in shades and colors. See it. Select Shirts A magnificent display. We simply can not descriB^ them here, but we verily believe we can satisfactorily shirt the whole town and surrounding country if given a chance. Miscellaneous Gloves, Hosiery, Suspenders, Belts, Union Suits, Collars and Cuffs, Umbrellas, Suit Cases, Fancy Vests, etc. Kopp & Bartholomew The Home of Good Cloth* Princeton Minnesota \fc ^*^*^^i^^"^**i^*^*N^^^^^ NM^ M^ WSW*^.^^^*^ Hi. wim H. GOTTWERTH, Dealer in I Prime meats of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc. Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs. main Street, Princeton. WHAT! WHY THOSE SELF-SEALING WIDE-MOUTHED ECONOMY JARS If not, yoa have deprived yourself of the easiest, simplest and surest way of keeping all vegetables, meats, fish, game, etc., as well ae fruits, without mould or loss. Economy Jars have ALL the essential features of the perfect Jar. Easy to seal, eeey to open, xvida mouth, clear flint glass, straight sides, perfectly sanitary, seals itself (no wistm$ on or off of csps) and it is the only Jar thai seals absolutely air-tight and will remain air-tight forever.. The Only Jar With a Sealing Cwnposiiiaa attached to oaps (instead of rubber or rubber ring). This composition makes the Economy Jar abso^ lately air-tight. It is odorless and tasteless, doe* not become porous, or rot, like rubber. The Economy Jar will delight you. Won't You Try a Dozen Today? FOR SALE BY I* L. ROADSTROM Princeton, Minnesota Hi i ib I i. 5 JS- .Sri- -2 M,i jt^.'iv I i i" n. ..h,?