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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, March 25, 1909, Image 5

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Reliable Paints
various
George I Staples is the only person who is
authorized to collect money due this office In
overy case the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
receipt R. Dtrss, Publisher.
F. C. Foltz made
on Tuesday.
County Commissioner Erickson of
Milaca was here on real estate busi
ness Friday.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
50-tf to
gives lowest
terms and quick service.
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
Miss Keysor, bookkeeper for the
Caley Hardware Co., was in the twin
cities on Tuesday and Wednesday.
For sale, a Gray marine motor, 2J^
horse power complete, good as new,
$45.00 Geo. A. Coates, Princeton,
Minn.
The Avery Clothing House has a
new ad in this issue announcing the
arrival of spring hats and caps.
Read it.
P. L. Roadstrom, A. S Mark and
Swan Olson were among the south
bound passengers on Tuesday morn
ing's train.
Mr and Mrs. Fletcher of North
Dakota are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Rawn. Mrs. Fletcher is Mr.
Rawn's sister.
The Princeton Co-operative cream
ery has decided to sell its buttermilk
at 5 cents per gallon. This should be
cheap enough for any one.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rutherford are
expected to arrive home from the
coast on or about April 3. Mr. Ruth
erford's health has somewhat im
proved.
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
Max Cordiner returned on Monday
to resume his duties of grain inspector
at Valley City, N. D. Max likes Val
ley City first rate and also the posi
tion which he holds under the state of
Minnesota.
A. E. Allen & Co. have a page ad
vertisement in this number of the
Union and Mark's Great Bargain
store has a half page. Shoppers will
no doubt find it to their advantage to
read these announcements.
In Anoka they have the same
trouble with public scales as we have
here. A neb loss of over $350 in six
teen months is Anoka's experience,
and the salary of the weighmaster
there is only $35 per month.
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. 2tf
It stands to reason that a reliable machine-mixed paint can
be better than paint mixed by hand. The makers of a good
mixed paint understand the chemistry of paint and have proper
machinery for grinding and thoroughly mixing pigments, etc.
Masury's Mixed Paint
is made by a reliable concern and can be depended upon to cover
more surface, wear longer, and hold color better than the most
carefullj hand mixed paint.
Paint can save you dollars.
Get our color card and let us tell you how Masury's Mixed
C. A. JACK
The Druggist
a"sources.
a trip down river
Mrs. Cooney made a trip to the
cities on Monday.
L. E. Fox returned on Friday from
a week's visit at Mankato.
Frank Goulding went bo Sb. Cloud
on county business Monday.
Ira G. Stanley went down to the
cities Tuesday on land business.
Ernest Sellhorn of Brickton made a
business trip to St. Paul on Tuesday.
Serenus Skahen was here from the
state university law
day.
school over Sun-
Nels Olson arrived home on Tues
day from a visit in Waconia, Carver
counby.
M. M. Stroeter returned on Tuesday
evening from a business trip to
Chicago.
Nelson's photos please the people.
J. A. Jetsinga was down from Pease
on Friday.
R. M. Thompson and G. M. Covill
of Onamia were in Princeton Friday.
W. M. Lord of Milaca was here on
business at the court house Monday.
Lawrence Magnus, formerly of
Princeton, was here on a visit Mon
day.
Mrs. C. A. Jack returned on Mon
day evening from a visit in the twin
cities.
If your farm is for sale, list it with
Robt. H. King and he will find you a
buyer. "-6-tf
Miss Sadie Fox was down from
Milaca on a visit to her parents over
Sunday.
Mrs. Holthus attended the funeral
of an old friend in Minneapolis on
Tuesday.
Reinhold Weiss left here on Monday
for a few days' visit with friends in
Minneapolis.
Miss Grace Dunn arrived home from
Hamline university on Friday and will
remain about a week.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Last Sunday was the first
spring, but Tuesday was really
first balmy spring day of 1909.
of
the
For sale, an incubator in good con
dition. For further particulars call
up Frank Henschel on Rural phone.
Miss Maud Kraemer of Zimmerman
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Allen for a couple of days last week.
For sale, three acres of land adjoin
ing the J. D. Tann property. Apply
to Mrs. N. Jaax, Mark's store,
Princeton. l3-2t
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.
Every farmer who can possibly do
so should attend the Farmers'Institute
commencing at 10 a. m. sharp, at
court house hall.
For rent, one good eight-room
house, complete with good cellar,
cistern, well, barn, sewerage, wood
shed and carriage house. Inquire of
Grant.
Boys and girls, watch out for the
new series of prize puzzles in the
Union. The first of the series will
appear next week.
Remember the Farmers' Institute
tomorrow at 10 a. m. Court house
hall is the place. Farmers, you will
hear something about potatoes and
clover that will interest you.
Mrs. Guy Ewing attended a concert
of the Symphony orchestra at the
auditorium, Minneapolis, on Friday.
Paderewski, the renowned pianist,
was the principal attraction.
The village council held the last
meeting of its term on Monday even
ing and audited a batch of bills.
Elmer Whitney and A. C. Smith of the
new council were also present.
The Braham Journal suggests that
the newly elected village council of
Cambridge ought to give an inaugural
ball. It seems that the members of
the old council did not permit dancing
in the village hall.
A meeting will be held in the school
house of district 7, Greenbush, on
Tuesday evening, March 30, at 8
o'clock, for the benefit of potato
raisers. All persons interested are
asked to be present.
Although Isanti went "wet," under
the new law permitting only one
saloon to every 500 of population that
village can not have more than one
"dispensary." But there is no limit
to the number of drug stores.
County Auditor Whitney visited his
son, Leon, at Park Rapids over Sun
day. Leon is getting along first rate
and likes the work in which he is en
gagednight operator and checking
clerk at the Great Northern station.
T. E. Potts was down from Lawrence
yesterday. ^N
Wanted, at once, a chambermaid at
the Merchants hotel.
Fresh watercress and endive at the
California Fruit store.
Miss Agnes Peterson visited friends
in Minneapolis yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen of Milaca
were here on a visit to relatives Tues
day.
The First National Bank of Prince
ton will make you a loan on your
farm. 2tf
The spring term of the district court
commences in Princeton on Monday,
April 5.
First installment of prize puzzles
next week. Boys and girls, watch out
for them.
Michael Kaliher went to Anoka yes
terday in the capacity of state boiler
inspector.
The Ladies' Aid society will be en
tertained by Mrs. Phoebe Soule on
Wednesday afternoon.
Oscar Rastad, formerly of Prince
ton, is now in business for himself at
Mandan, North Dakota.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Mr. and Mrs. James Torbert of
Hector are here visiting their rela
tive, Mr. Floyd Hatcher.
Fifty
piano,
free lessons with any new
organ, or other new musical
instrument at Ewings' Music store.
For rent or for sale, a 10-acre farm
situated one mile north of Princeton.
Apply to Arthur Payette, Princeton.
Chas. Grow of Estes Brook has
rented the Jake Roos building and
will put in a stock of general merchan
dise.
Chas. King left for Minneapolis yes
terday morning. His wife, who has
been visiting in the twin cities, will
accompany him home.
For sale, 160-acre farm with new
house, 5 miles north of Big Lake. For
particulars apply to Fred Glass, Big
Lake, Minn., Route 1. 12-2t
Mrs. Joseph Whitcomb, who under
went an abdominal operation on
Tuesday at the Lester hospital, is
convalescing rapidly.
One set of American Encyclcopedias
and a set of Historians' History of the
world for sale cheap. Inquire of Rev.
George A. Swertfager.
John Johnson of North Carolina
and Harry Johnson of Bemidji arrived
here this week for a visit with their
relativesthe Chapmans.
Persons who have threatened to
write spring poetry for the Union
will please hold on to their manu
script until further notice.
Money to loan on improved farms
at the lowest rate of interest. Loans
promptly and properly closed.
14-tf M. S. Rutherford & Co.
The Dorcas society will meet with
Mrs. B. D. Grant on Wednesday
next. The afternoon will be spent
socially and a large attendance is
desired.
Farmers' Institute tomorrow at court
house hall. Dont' forget it. Session
opens promptly at 10 a. m. Every
farmer should make it a point to be
present.
Chas. Hummel arrived here last
week with a carload of cattle for his
brother, L. C. Hummel. He will leave
on the return trip to South Dakota in
a few days.
For sale, a good team of five year
old colts, well broken and ready for
work. Color bay, weight 2,400 lbs.
Will be in town Saturday.
13t2 John Thoma, R. F. D. 2.
I will pav satisfactory wages to a
girl who is capable and understands
her business. Good wages to the right
kind of a girl. Only two in the family.
Mrs. Dr. Cooney, Princeton, Minn.
For rent, 160 acres, all improved,
one mile west of Princeton. Will rent
in forty acre tracts. Land was into
potatoes last year and is in excellent
shape for crop.
12-2t M. S. Rutherford & Co.
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
New sewing machines, standard
makes, drop heads and all the other
latest improvements, from $20 to $50,
at Ewings' Music store. Every
machine guaranteed and terms to suit
purchaser.
Advertisers appreciate the fact that
they can reach the people through the
columns of the i n. People read
the Union. It is generally recog
nized as the leading country newspaper
in northeastern Minnesota.
B. D. Grant has sold his hardware
business and it will hereafter be con
ducted by a stock company upon a
more extensive scale. Mr. Grant will
move to Beach, N. D., the first part
of May and engage in business.
THE FRIKCBTON TOIOXs THURSDAY, MABCH *5, 1909. f^tW^^t^T' ^f^fWr^^l?^.
A meeting will be held in the court
house hall on Thursday, April 1, at 2
'clock in the afternoon for the pur
pose of organizing an association to
care for and keep in order the grounds
of Oak Knoll cemetery. All persons
interested are asked to be present.
I have just received a lot of young
mares and geldings, weighing from
,150 to 1,500 pounds, sound in every
respect and warranted, which I will
sell at reasonable prices. Money re
funded if not found exactly as repre
sented. William Ross.
The city of Minneapolis would like
to tap Mille Lacs laketo use its water
for public purposes. Minneapolis
will find that the people of the lake
country have first to be consulted upon
this matter. And, secondly, it will
discover that these people will not
sanction the proposition.
No extended argument should be
necessary to convince the people of
Wahkon of the advantages to be de
rived from incorporating as a village.
An incorporated village can make its
own laws and regulations, provided
they do not conflict with the laws of
the state, and manage its own affairs.
A pleasant surprise party was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Hatcher on Sunday afternoon last in
celebration of Mrs. Hatcher's birthday
anniversary. The guests were enter
tained with games and phonograph
selections and refreshments were
served at 5:30 o'clock.
Can any old settler in Spencer
Brook township remember one Chas.
A. Andrews, who resided in section 34
in said township on or about the year
1867 He was a union soldier in the
civil war. Fred D. Mason, Lincoln,
Nebraska, is very desirous of getting
some information relative to Mr. An
drews.
Ray Leach was brought before
Judge of Probate Sanford on Satur
day and declared insane. Leach was
laboring under the impersison that
assassins were seeking to take his life
by means of chloroformhe could
even smell the anaesthetic in the at
mosphere. Sheriff Shockley took the
patient to the Fergus Falls hospital
upon the same day.
A very successful basket social and
entertainment were given in the school
house of district 4, Greenbush, on
Friday evening. The entertainment
consisted of an old-time singing
school, and it proved to be a real
novelty which was highly appreciated.
Misses Sadley and McCormic, the
teachers in that school, are deserving
of praise for the pains taken by them
in perfecting the pupils in their parts.
At the regular meeting of the Re
bekah lodge on March 17, St. Patrick's
day was duly observed by appropriate
ly decorating the hall with green and
serving a luncheon in which the plates
were garnished with shamrocksreal
emblems of the day from the old sod.
Irish songs and instrumental music
were also a part of the program. It
was indeed a delightful tribute to the
memory of Erin's patron saint.
A Cowboy's Ciirl Co Grin & Barrett.
These famous jugglers, hoop rollers
and dancers have been especially en
gaged by Manager Perce R. Benton as
a specialty feature with "A Cowboy's
Girl Co.," which will appear at
Brands' opera house, Tuesday even
ing, March 30. Miss Grin will wear
a beautiful sheath gown costing $250.
imported from Paris by Marshall
Field & Co., Chicago. This is the
most magnificent gown of its kind and
the ladies will be greatly interested in
thisthe latest creation of the Parisian
modistes.
Millinery Opening.
Mrs. E. F. Griffith will hold her
spring millinery opening on Wednes
day next and cordially invites the
ladies of Princeton and vicinity to call
and inspect her new line of pattern
hats, flowers, etc.
Millinery
A laige assortment of trimmed hats
will be on display on Tuesday and
Wednesday, March 30 and 31. The
ladies of Princeton and vicinity are
cordially invited to inspect them.
Miss Anna Sadley.
Easter Millinery Opening
The ladies of Princeton and vicinity
are respectfully invited to attend the
Easter millinery opening at Miss
LeMieux' on March 27, 29, and 30.
Latest styles in pattern hats and
bonnets. The New Millinery Store.
MARKET REPORT
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
POTATOES
Ohios
Burbanks Hose
GRAIN, HAt, ETC
Wheat, No. 1 Northern
Wheat, No. 2 Northern..
Barley
Oats -y^-v
Flax [email protected]
Rye [email protected]
Wildhay 3.00
Tame hay [email protected]
LIVE, STOCK
Fat beeves, per ft 3c 3ic
Calves, per ft [email protected]
Hogs, per cwt .34.00 $5.00
Sheep, per ft [email protected]
I Hens, old, per ft 6c
I Springers, per ft 7c
Su&sine Silk-47^
.85 .76
.76
1.08
1.06
[email protected] [email protected]
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ever brought to Princeton. Shoes for Men, Women and Children 3
g= direct from the best factories in the country. Shoes that will wear. 3
8~ Ladies' Oxfords in viei kid. tans and patent leather $1.25 to $2.50=2
Men's Oxfords in calf, vici kid, tans and patent leather from... .$2.50^3
None of these shoes can be duplicated elsewhere at the price. S
Children's Slippers in white canvas, etc. 3
Children's Shoes of all sizes and in large variety. S
A few pair of Rubbers left over which must positively be closed 3
out. They will go at half priee or less to move them. 2 5
F. T. KETTELHODT
EE Princeton, Minn. 2
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Laces
We are putting out hundreds of yards
of laces and insertings at the special price
of 5 per yard.
Ginghams
Sheer and dainty. Strong and service
able. Dress ginghams at 10c up. Apron
ginghams at 7 c.
White Goods
The very latest patterns for waists and
dresses. Prices from lOc up.
Table Linen
A special bargain in an all linen heavy
damask, 2 yards wide, at $1.00 per yd.
A few pieces of goods left from last year
we are offering at reduced prices. Lot 1 at
7c per yd. We are also showing a beauti
ful line of fine lawns and organdies.
Well Well
Aren't they just beautiful? They are really the
finest wall papers we have seen in town. This is the
way that people who have seen our wall paper express
themselves. For Quality and Price we can beat any
house in the county. Come in and see.
Armitag'e's Drug' Store
One door south of Caley Hardware building on Main Street.
Dr. Armitage's Office in Odd Fellows' Building.
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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.
main Street, Princeton.
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Foreston Mercantile& LiveStockGo.
Are fitters of men, women and children
in shoes, dry goods groceries, hardware,
and all kinds of farm machinery and
fencing.
r^oreston Mercantile & Live Stock Co.
FORESTON, MINN.
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Has Just Received a New Lot of Summer Goods
Everything New and Fresh
Embroideries
What is prettier for a fine summer dress
for the little girl than a nice embroidery
dress? We are showing the finest and most
complete line ever brought to Princeton.
We have also the cheaper grades, in fact a
complete line, prices from 3 up.
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