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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 DUNN. Publisher.
G. VanMill of Milo was in Prince
ton on business yesterday.
A. H. Smith came home from Min
neapolis on Monday evening.
A son was born on Tuesday to Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Olson of Baldwin.
Miss Anna Sadley left on Monday
for a few days' visit in St. Paul.
Rev. George A. Swertfager was in
Minneapolis on Monday and Tuesday.
The finest line of dress goods you
ever saw can be seen at A E. Allen &
The Dorcas society will meet with
Mrs. E. L. McMillan on Wednesday
Chas. Kopp was in Minneapolis
purchasing new goods for his firm on
Monday and Tuesday.
County Attorney Ross went to St.
Cloud on professional business Tues
day evening via Milaca.
Cream of Oil is the best kerosene for
lamps and incubators Sold by Olson
& Pederson. Zimmerman. 48
The First National Bank of Prince
ton represents the strongest fire insur
ance companies in the world. 2tf
J. C. Kielbauch of Shelby, Montana,
was a guest of Herr Gottwerth and
wife from Saturday to Monday.
If you want to reach the people you
can do it through the columns of the
Union. People read the Union.
Mrs. Edward Hunt arrived here from
Rochester on Friday evening to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ross,
and other relatives.
Rev. Aug. Lundquist left for Min
neapolis on Tuesday morning, where
he will attend the Swedish Lutheran
conference. He will return on Mon
day evening.
Good, sound farm horses and mares
for sale at reasonable prices. Every
horse warranted as represented. If
not money or paper cheerfully re
funded. L. S. Libby. 4-tf
Frank Kuperus of Pease, who reof
cently returned from a trip to Iowa,
says that land which sells there for $75
and $80 per acre Is inferior to that in
the vicinity of his home.
Lost on Friday, February 12, beto
tween the depot and E. K. Evens'
residence a parcel containing an
organdie dress pattern. Finder please
return to the Evens Hardware Co.'s
On Thursday evening, February 25,
Fred Hass of Princeton will wrestle at
Sandstone with Earl Chaffee of Pine
Citythe one who gets the best
two falls out of three to be declared
the winner.
Geo. Erickson, son of P. O. Erick
son of Wyanett, is dangerously ill
with appendicitis at the Lester hos
pital. If conditions warrant an oper
ation will be performed on the young
man today.
A jolly party of thirty-eight people
invaded the Dunn home on Tuesday
evening to celebrate Mr. and Mrs.
Dunn's twenty-second wedding anni
versary, and incidentally Mr. Dunn's
fifty-fourth birthday.
Mrs Wm. Cordiner received a letter
from her son, Guy, on Monday even
ing in which he says that the Prince
ton boys are all getting along nicely
and enjoying the crispness of the
breeze from off the glaciers.
The License Question at Isanti.
Herman Morast has circulated a
petition to have the license question
submitted to a vote at the annual vil
lage election next month. The petition
has been generally signed regardless
of the voters' personal views on the
question.Isanti News.
Vfr, R'fff ff|^
The Ordinary Cough*
All coughs are much the same in the incipient stage, but
it'b hard to tell what they will develop into. A cough at the be-
ginning does not amount to much, it has to become more than an
ordinary cough to have any special attention paid to it. That's
]ust where mistakes are made the time to stop a cough is when
it begins. Always keep a bottle of
Jack's WKite Pine Expectorant
in the house and doctor your cough at the start. It will cure it at
once therebj preventing serious developments. This remedy is
good for children as well as for adults and will cure any cough
that's curable. We guarantee it Prices 25 and 50 cents.
The Druggist
Of Interest
various sources.
Nelson's photos please the people.
Spring goods galore at A. E. Allen
& Co.'s.
Good piano for sale cheap. En
quire at Union office.
C. A. Jack was in the twin cities
from Saturday to Monday.
The First National Bank of Prince
ton will make you a loan on your
farm. 2tf
O. E. Stark, at Byers store, sells
monuments in red and gray St. Cloud
granite. 8-4t.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira G. Stanley re
turned on Monday evening from a
visit in St. Cloud.
Tangerenesthe great health pro
ducersthree dozen for 25 cents at the
California Fruit Store.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Mrs. Rawn's father and sister, who
were here on a visit, left for their
home in Canada on Monday.
Mrs. Martin Swanson and Mrs.Lea
Olson of Zimmerman were the guests
of Rev. and Mrs. Aug. Lundquist last
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.
If you are thinking of buying a farm,
you had better see Robt. H. King, for
he has lots of them for sale at reason
able prices and on easy terms of pay
ment. 6-tf
The Young Ladies' union will give
a St. Valentine's party on Saturday
evening, February 20, at the residence
of S. Kittleson, Glendorado. Every
body cordially invited.
For rent, the Caleb Pinkham house,
barn and garden patch with pasture
for cow, good well, etc., one mile west
of town, $5 per month. Apply to E. L,
Everett, box 4, R. 1, Princeton. 6-3t
A basket social and entertainment
will be given in school district 5,
Greenbush, on Friday evening, Feb
ruary 26. Ladies will please take
baskets. A general invitation is ex
The G. A. R. campfire advertised to
take place last Friday has been post
poned to the evening of Monday, Feb
ruary 22, in consequence of the death
Mrs. George Smith, a civil war
veteran's wife.
Miss Emma Crawford, who has been
visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs.position.
Darragh for several weeks, returned
her home at St. Paul on Tuesday.
She was accompanied by Mrs. Dar
ragh and daughter.
The officers of the new farmers' tele
phone company, which will operate on
the east side of the lake, are: John
Haggberg, president C. W. Freer,
secretary: John Kalberg, treasurer
Otto Haggberg, general manager D.
L. Holland and D. L. Olson, directors.
Wahkon Enterprise.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church was entertained by
Mrs. John Haddow, at her home, two
miles west of town, yesterday after
noon. Twenty-two ladies were present.
They drove out in the morning and
remained until 3-30 in the afternoon.
The occasion was one of much enjoy
Tonight at the opera house the pas
toral drama, "Mable Heathe," will be
presented by local talent under the
direction of Chas. H. Colson, who will
take the leading part. Misses Gladys
and Gertrude Neumann, Chas. Brace,
Fred Dugan and Chas. Burke are the
local people who will participate in
the play.
Mr. Swan B. Molander, formerly
stumpage clerk in the state auditor's
office but now practicing law in St.
Paul, was in town visiting friends be
tween trains Saturday. He had been
to Milaca on professional business,
and he spent the Sabbath at his old
home in Mora. Mr. Molander is one
of those men who is ever loyal to his
friends and whose friends love him.
Fine Winter Niily pears at the Call
fornia Fruit Stoie.
Wanted, at once, a dishwasher at 2:
the Merchants hotel.
Mrs. M. C. Brands arrived here on
Monday from Foley.
B. D. Grant made a business trip to
the cities on Tuesday.
W. H. Ferrell was among the down
river passengers Tuesday.
C. A. Dickey was in Zimmerman on t^Z
professional business Tuesday.
If your farm is for sale, list it with
Robt. H. King and he will find you a
buyer. 6-tf
Elmer Orton of Golden Valley is
here on a visit to his parents and
other relatives.
Dr. Cooney made a professional trip
to Big Lake on Tuesday evening, hav
ing been called by 'phone.
A. E. Allen arrived home from
Chaska on Thursday after being
snowed in for a couple of days.
Fifty free lessons with any new
piano, organ, or other new musical
instrument at Ewings' Music store.
Farmers have no reason to complain
of the prices they are receiving for
potatoes at presentfrom 75 cents to
$1.00 per bushel.
The Wide-A wake club will be enter
tained by Miss Mary Whitney on Sat
urday afternoon. All members are
asked to be present.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Kochendorfer of Sandstone on St.
Valentine's day. Mrs. Kochendorfer
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elroy
Briggs of Princeton.
The delinquent tax list of Mille Lacs
county for the year 1907 appears in
this issue. Typographically the list
will compare favorably with that of
any county in the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kirk of Potts
town, N. Y., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
B. A. Bradley and family and will re
main about two weeks. Mrs. Kirk is
a cousin of Mr. Bradley.
Albertus Hanson, formerly phar
macist at Dr. Armitage's drug store,
was married on Tuesday at Albert
to Miss Minnie Michaelson. Mr.
Hanson is now part owner of a drug
store at Aitkin.
M. J. Rawn reached home on Satur
day suffering from la grippe, and with
chilblains on his feet, the result of ex
posure to the cold in making his es
cape from the Brunswick hotel fire at
Minneapolis last week.
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 photo
grapher from Anoka, at his studio in
Princeton. 2-tf
Young horses, sound in every re
spect, suitable for farm and other
work, weight from 1,200 to 1,400
pounds, are now on sale at my barn.
Money will be refunded if the horses
are not as represented. Wm. Ross,
Lady, if you are coming to Prince
ton, which of course you are, to look
for new spring dress goods, you will
certainly look for the largest stock
with the most stylish selections. Then
visit the big dry goods department at
A. E. Allen & Co. 's
Claire Smith has accepted a position
in the baggage-checking department
at the union depot, Minneapolis. Mr.
Smith made a good baggage man
while at the Princeton depot and will
doubtless make a success in his
Louis Lessard will succeed
him at this place.
Northern Mille Lacs county can
boast of two excellent newspapers on
the line of the Soo branchthe Onamia
Lake Breeze and the Wahkon Enter
prise. It must be a great relief to the
decent, law-abiding people of the lake
country to have their local happenings
chronicled in clean, respectable news
TH PBINC^^^^^I.U^^imvrAl^^O^^p"^
Every respectable citizen of Prince
ton sympathizes with Mr. C. C. Eber
hardt of Milaca in the loss he sus
tained last week by the destruction of
his store by fire. The insurance, we
are reliably informed, will not cover
more than,sixty per cent of the loss.
Mr. Eberhardt is a capable business
man of the highest integrity. We unprevailing
derstand he intends to commence to re
build a solid Brick structure as soon
as the weather permits.
Next Monday evening the Ittst of
the series of indoor rifle shoots for the
season will be held at the National
Guard armory. Last Monday the con
test was with Company of Duluth
and next Monday's shoot will be with
Company of Olivia. In these in
door rifle competitions each company
shoots in its own armory and the tar
getsshowing the resultsare there
after exchanged. Company is at
this time near the head of the column
and there is every probability of its
winning the state pennant.
Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
All kinds of new shoes, the latest
cuts, for the whole family at A. E.
Allen & Co.'s.
our recent sale.
M. E. Church, Wednesday
Evening, Feb. 24.
WANTEDAt the E church, on
Wednesday e\enmg, Feb. 24, every
person in Princeton, from I to 100
years of age, to hear Hon. W. No
lan, Minnesota's noted humoiist.
"A merry laugh doeth the
heart good."
This entertainment will be given un
der the auspices of the Young Men's
Bible Club of the M. E. Church.
Tickets. Adults 25c. Children un
der 12 years of age 15c.
The quotations hereunder are those
on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
Ohios 80
Burbanks.. 75
Rose .75
Triumphs 95
Wheat, No. 1 Northern. 1 05
Wheat, No. 2 Northern.. 1 03
Barley [email protected]
Oats [email protected]
Flax 1 [email protected]
Rye [email protected]
Wild hay. 3.00
Tame hay [email protected]
Fat beeves, per [email protected]
Calves, per tt 3c 4c
Hogs, per cwt $4.00 $5.00
Sheep, per fb [email protected]
Hens, old, per ft 6c
Springers, per ft 7c
A Big Succes I
The last day of our great sale, Saturday last, will be
remembered by many of the great crowd who at-
AAA.Tiifiifi fiif,
tended. It was a shove, push and crush all day 3
seeking the many big bargains. It was a splendid |f
tribute to the manager and proprietor in their efforts j
to give everybody a "square deal." We made extra |f
efforts to dispose of everything in merchandise that
was unseasonable. It is true that a great part was
sold at a loss, but that mattered not, we can not afford 3
to carry over to next season goods that should be dis- 3
posed of in order to start next year with new fresh
merchandise. There still remains quite a lot of 1|
Rubbers, Shoes, Underwear, Blankets, Cloaks and
Furs that will be sold at our recent sale prices. A
splendid time to buy if you were unable to attend
F.T. Kettelhodt
Your Attention!
Fresh Roses
On account of the bad roads and 1
severe weather a part of our win-
ter stock still remains. While it I
lasts we shall continue to sell it at
Sale Prices.
Call as often as you are in town
and see our new bargains. Watch
for specials every day next week.
One door south of Caley Hardware building on Main Street.
Dr. Armitage's Office in Odd Fellows' Building.
1 A
i 4*
are very nice, but Armitage's Rose Cream for
the hands and face is better. Try it at 15 cts.
a bottle. Get it now at
Armitage's Drug' Store
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