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i ^**^^M^^*^^^*^i^^*W^^VW**^*VA ^^^^^**^N^^i Items r*****^M*i^rf^^i^^*^^*^i*^^i^**^**i^**i^^i^^^^^ *^*w**!? As the Doctor Orders When you buy goods at our store you can walk where style reigns. A. E. Allen & Co. Peter Roadstrom and Frank Peter son were among the southbound pas sengers on Monday. Allen Hayes took a lot of valuable furs, including marten, mink and otter to the cities on Monday. 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 Mr. and Mrs. Grant McClure of Milaca visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stoddard and family on Saturday. Attorney E. L. McMillan left for St. Cloud yesterday to argue an impor tant Stearns county land case in dis trict court. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Cravens repre sented the Milaca Times at the annual meeting of the editorial association in St. Paul last week. A new power press has been pur chased for the Onamia Breeze office. The Breeze is growing like a weed and is bound to succeed. The California Fruit store has ordered a large ice box and will thus be enabled to hereafter carry green vegetables of every description. A lodge of the Modern Brotherhood of America has been organized at Wahkon. This is the first fraternal lodge instituted in that thriving little town. 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 Tomorrow evening a basket social and entertainment will be given in school district 5, Greenbush. Ladies are asked to carry baskets with them. A general invitation is extended. Mrs. Harry Newton and Mrs. Bert Wetsel, daughters of the late Mrs. George Smith, departed for their homes in the far west on Monday. They had ben here to attend their mother's funeral. Andrew Roadstrom has been hauling sandstone for the foundation of a modern house which he intends erect ing on his farm near Stanchfield lake in the spring. Mr. Roadstrom is one of the most progressive farmers in this part of the country. When we fill a prescription it is filled pre- cisely as the doctor intended. If we lack an in- gredient, or even the exact variety of a remedy indicated, we get the remedy or refuse to com- pound the prescription. Substitution, even in the slightest degree, is not tolerated here. The interests of our patrons are guarded as carefully as our own the interests of both of us demand the high grade service that is here dered. 1 TKe Druggist Of Interest from various sources. AAAA.AA..AAAAA. 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 reoeipt DTJNH Publisher Lent commenced yesbreday. Ladies' coats at A. E. Allen & Co.'i one-half price at Tomatoes and lettuce for sale at the California Fruit store. Earl Hatch was home over Sunday from the St. Paul law school. Grover Umbehocker was home from the state university over Sunday. Wahkon has taken the preliminary steps toward organi7ing a commercial club. Miss Edna Whitney went to Minne apolis on Monday to spend a few days with relatives. Louis Lessard has succeeded Claire Smith as baggageman at the Great Northern depot. Mr. Berge came up from the state university on Saturday to attend the dance at Wyanett. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jesmer on Sunday, February 21. Mr. and Mrs. Jesmer now have a son and daughter, the latter haviog been born on February 21, 1902, exact ly seven years prior to the arrival of the boy. Louis is so elated that he scattered ten-cent cigars all over town. Dress goods, the finest in the land, at A. E. Allen & Co. 's. Miss Clara Westling visited friends in the cities over Sunday. Three hundred ladies' waists, 50c to $8.00, at A. E. Allen & Co. 's. 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. For farm loans go to Robt. H. King. He gives lowest rates, best terms and quick service. 50-tf Whosoever has lost a puppy, dark brown in color, may recover same at residence of Magnus Sjoblom. C. C. and Harry Eberhardt of Milaca were in Princeton on Saturday and called at the Union office. J. C. Herdliska has a new ad on page 12 pertaining to sewing machines. It will probably interest you. Read it. Clerk of Court King issued a mar riage license on Saturday to Thos. H. Hoskins and Elsie Britton, both of Vineland. August F. Wresch of Forsefcon and Chas. Shearston of Isanti county, were among the Union's visitors on Monday. Dinner will be served in the Green bush M. E. church on town meeting day, March 9. 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. The Sunshine club will give a dime social in the basement of the Methodist church tomorrow evening. Everyone cordially invited. 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 It is feared that Mrs. L. E. Fox sus tained permanent injuries of a serious nature from a fall on a defective side walk nea* the old Brennan residence about a month ago. Serenus Skahen, Vernon Dickey and Chas. Walker came home from the state university on Friday to spend Washington's birthday anni versary and returned on Tuesday. Wanted, to purchase, in the village of Princeton, a house containing about six rooms for a reasonable price. Apply to Mrs. Anna E. Erick son, R. F. D. No. 3, box 66, Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Taylor left on Tuesday for their home at Waterville. Maine, after a pleasant visit of three months with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jud kins in Baldwin. They speak in high praise of this part of Minnesota. Al Smith has secured a gpod posi tion with the Hamm Brewing company and left for Austin on Sunday to as sume his duties. The Austin branch is under the management of E. D. Claggett and Mr. Smith's duties will consist of collecting, etc. We had thought our good friend Harold Knutson of the Foley Indepen dent was a Good Templar, but evi dently he has sampled the liquid re freshments served at the Elk River dispensary, for he says, A 'wash' is superfluous with the whiskey served in Elk River." T15B PBINCBTQN ren- ^^^^^M^NV' I 'M C. A. JACK W Nelson's photos please the people. F. G. Smith returned to his home in Southern Alberta on Monday. He came here about three weeks ago todecorations visit relatives and friends in Prince ton, Foreston and Foley. Mr. Smith is a son of the late S. B. Smith, who was at one time a valued contributor to the Union. On Friday evening at 9:15 an alarm of fire was sounded and when the despearmen, partment arrived at the sceneHenry Erickson's residenceit discovered that all the commotion had been created by the mere burning out of a chimney. You couldn't blame the fire boys for becoming angry. i 1 The store with theli goods stock: L. E. Allen & Co. 's. John Sjoblom made a business' trip to Minneapolis on Tuesday. ^_ *i If your farm is for sale, list it with Robt. H. King and he will find you a buyer. 6-tf Dr. Mills of Minneapolis is here on a visit to his sister, Mrs. L. B. Mc Guire. J. C. Herdliska was in the twin cities from Wednesday to Friday of last week. Chas. Weslund and Emil Nelson were in Princeton last week purchas ing seed oats. Miss Grace Dunn came home from Hamline university on Friday last and returned on Tuesday. Fifty free lessons with any new piano, organ, or other new musical instrument at Ewings' Music store. Rev. August Lundquist returned on Tuesday evening from the Swedish Lutheran conference at Minneapolis. Rev. Mr. Heard will tafie up subjects of "Temperance" and "N License" Sunday at the Methodist church. New ads in this week's Union: A E. Allen & Co., C. A. Jack, F. Kettelhodt, R. D. Byers, H. M. Mil ler, J. C. Herdliska. Money to loan on improved farms at the lowest rate of interest. Loans promptly and properly closed. 14-tf M. S. Rutherford & Co. Miss Mary Whitney entertained the members of the Wide-Awake club on Saturday afternoon and proved her self to be a charming little hostess. Chas. H. Colson and family departed on Tuesday for Minneapolis, where Mr. Colson will reorganize his dramatic company. The Colson people made many friends during their stay in Princeton. 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. 2-tf 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 Anokaf at his studio in Princeton. 2-tf The last of the series of indoor rifle shoots for the winter was held at Com pany G's armory on Monday evening, and the contest was with Company of Olivia. Remarkably good marks, manship was shown by our boys throughout the series of shoots. U^IQN|^THCJB8DAYfFEBBUAB i i L-a IiT7r v' of Because Mr. C. C. Eberhardt Milaca exercised his right as an American citizen last fall in voting for a candidate for judge of probate whom he deemed honest and com petent he has earned the ill will of Princeton's grass widower moral former. re- The wrestling match advertised to take place this evening at Sandstone between Earl Chaffee of Pine City and Fred Hass of Princeton has been postponed on account of diphtheria and will be pulled off at Princeton, in Company armory, on Wednesday night next. Mr. C. H. MacKenzie of Onamia, clerk of the house judiciary committee, the most important of all the legisla tive committees, is making good in his responsible position. He is regarded as the most efficient clerk in either branch of the legislature. Mac's friends are proud of him. All three of the Isanti county pub- lishersW. Way of the Braham Journal, J. E. Kienitz of the Cam bridge Independent-Press and E. R. Lawton of the Isanti Newsattended the editorial association meeting at St. Paul last week. Mr. Kienitz took an active part in the proceedings. Mr. George Deans, assistant ser geant-at-arms of the house, was a passenger on the up train on Saturday evening, as business at his home at Foreston demanded his attention. Mrs. Deans and two daughters are spending'the winter with Mr. Deans in St. Paul.1 George is a general favorite with all the house members. Miss Addie Lundquist was most agreeably surprised last Wednesday evening by the junior class of the high school. The occasion was a birthday anniversary and the visitors left a beautiful book of poems. The table were red hearts and smilax. The evening was spent in playing games and prizes were won by several of the party. i A. B. Damon says that the fish have held a conference and decided to avoid Battle brook, with its gillnets and the coming season. "Woe betide the rascals who attempt to fish on my property," says Mr. Damon. "I intend setting out a number of dynamite mines. I think this, in con junction with 'No Trespass' notices, ought to help some." lift!! *3 -L-sif' ment. He carries a heavy stock of Z. everything in the line of feedstuffs and S will cheerfully plication. The sage berg, in a letter dependent-Press, Anderson's reapportionment membership senate should apportionment bership will be increased. The play, "Mable Heathe," pre sented at the opera house last Thurs day night by Chas. H. Colson and local talent, proved to be a very good production. Every part was well and the snow scene was particu larly realistic. The play was also presented in the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett, on Saturday evening and was followed by a dance. thetaken Albert Noeske, who is advertising Kherson seed oats for sale in the Union, says that he has sold over a hundred bushels and that persons contemplating purchasing will have to make haste or the supply will be gone. This variety of oats was originally imported from Russia and is particularly hardy and adapted to this climate, says Mr. Noeske. A noveltyfor this part of the country at leastmay be seen in the window of the Merchants hotel. It is a lemon tree which has upon its branches ripe and green fruit and blossoms. The stock of the tree is prickly ash, the lemon having been grafted upon it, while the fruit and leaves are of the perfect lemon variety. It was brought from Florida about two years ago. Let there be a concerted effort all along the line to improve the quality of potatoes grown in this vicinity. Every farmer should make it a point to plant the purest variety he can pos sibly obtain. It is a good plan for farmers to exchange seed occasionally, but it would be better still if a car load of each of the standard varietiesas pure as can be hadwere brought here from a distance. "County Superintendent Ewing re cently received a letter from the state faim saying that, if necessary, experts on potato and clover culture would be sent into this county to hold institutes. Mr. Ewing, after conferring with a number of representative farmers, re plied that it would be well to hold two such institutes, one at Princeton and the other at Milaca. Talks upon the subjects mentioned would be a good thing at this timebefore seeding commences. Special Bargains In Small Musical Instru ments. Violin, cut from $5.00 to $4.25. Mandolin, cut from $7.50 to $6.00. Violin, cut from $16.25 to $14.50. Violin, cut from $12.50 to $11.00. Violin, cut from 11.25 to $10.50. Accordeon, cut from $5.00 to $4.00. Guitar, cut from $7.50 to $6.25. These are all new goods, and we give music lessons free with each. Ewing's Music Store. Seed Oats For Sale I have about 200 bushels of re cleaned Kherson oats for sale. The yield last year from this variety was 50 bushels per acre. These oats do not rust. Price, 70 cents per bushel. Call early as they will go fast. I also have a Tiger seeder for sale. Albert Noeske, 6-3t Sec. 21, Princeton, Minn. Wanted, a boy about 16 years old to work on a farm, by the month, by the season or by the year. Must be rea sonably strong and able to handle horses a part of the time. Will pay the right boy good wages. Apply to Wint Barnum, Princeton, R. F. D. No. 3, Box 13. 8-2t. For Sale Two young mares, a double set of harness, wagon with extra pair of shafts, and a sled. Apply to1 Smuckler, Princeton hotel, 25 1909. M. MARKET REPORT The quotations hereunder are those prevailing on Thursday morning at the time of going to press: POTATOES Ohios .85 Burbanks.. 70 Hose .70 Triumphs .85 GRAIN, HAY, ETC. Wheat, No. 1 Northern 1.05 Wheat, No. 2 Northern 1.03 Barley 47@50 Oats 39@44 Flax email@example.com Rye 58@61 Wild hay. 3.00 Tame hay ....6 firstname.lastname@example.org IJVE STOCK Fat beeves, per ft 3c 3}c Calves, per ft 3c 4c Hogs, per cwt $4.00 $5.00 Sheep, per ft 3$c@4c Hens, old, per ft 6c Springers, per ft gturers, in all the fashionable shades, at prices that 3 E will bear comparison with those of twin city stores. 3 Ladies are respectfully invited to inspect my new 3 stock of dress goods. It comprises every up-to-date 3 g fabric for spring and summer wear. 3 F. T. KETTELHODT S: Princeton, Minn. 3 frM"*''M"l-'fr Your Attention! On account of the bad roads and severe weather a part of our win ter stock still remains. While it lasts we shall continue to sell it at Sale Prices. bf Main Street, 7c Call as often as you are in town and see our many new bargains. Special for Friday and Saturday: 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1.00 BYERS .l.*.i...t..f..t..l.t..t..t..t..t.*A...t..t..t..t..t..t..T.ly.^.T,|..|.^..|..|..t..|.,|..|..|..t..|. jj i t^ll'Ilf Fresh Roses 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 One door south of Caley Hardware building on Main Street. Dr. Armitage's Office in Odd Fellows' Building. G. H. GOTTWERTH, Dealer In Prime Meats of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc. Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs. Foreston Mercantile& LiveStockCo. Are fitters of men, women and children in shoes, dry goods groceries, hardware, and all kinds of farm machinery and fencing. Foreston Mercantile & Live Stock Co. Princeton.