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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, April 15, 1909, Image 5

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Staying' Paint
No matter what you want a paint for you
would not knowingly buy a poor quality. If B.
P. S. is on it it's the kind you want. Just now
house and buggy paints are in order. Use these
high grade but economical
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.
P. L. Roadstrom and Frank Peter
son were among the down-river pas
sengers Tuesday.
For sale or rent, my dwelling house
situated in village of Princeton.
Henry Erickson.
I still have a few sacks of prime
home-grown clover seed for sale.
Michael Mahoney.
Mrs. M. C. Brands of Foley passed
Easter Sunday with her mother and
sister in Princeton.
J. E. Wright of Zimmerman was in
town on business Saturday and called
at the Union office.
Mrs. H. H. Farnham spent' Easter
Sunday in Minneapolis with her
parents and friends.
County Attorney Ross and Sur
veyor Chapman were in St. Paul
on business Monday.
Cream of Oil is the best kerosene for
lamps and incubators. Sold by Olson
& Pederson. Zimmerman. 48
Miss Mattie Lyons of Fargo, N. D.,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H.
Caley over Easter Sunday.
The St. Paul Euphonian Musical
society renders the musical program
on Sunday evening
church.
B. P. 5. Mixed Paints
and the job will not have to be done so often.
They're far cheaper than paints that cost less be-
cause their covering capacity far exceeds the
cheaper kinds, and B. P. S. is therefore cheaper
based on first cost. Then too they will last twice
as long as the inferior kinds.
C. A. JACK
The Druggist
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Items
Of Interest
from various sources
Teachers' association meeting May 1.
M. J. Rawn was home over Easter
Sunday.
Miss Alma Roos visited friends in
the city on Monday.
Claire Smith was home from Min
neapolis from Saturday to Tuesday.
Chas. Walker returned on Tuesday
to resume his studies at the state uni
versity.
Fred Hass went to Minneapolis on
Tuesday to attend the wedding of his
brother.
Worthy Elm of Elk River
Easter Sunday with his aunt,
Wm. Hatch.
spent
Mrs.
at the Methodist
Vernon Dickey, Serenus Skahen,
Ralph Whitney, Claude Morton
and Will Roos spent Easter Sunday
at home
Robert O'Brien departed on Tues
day for Carlyle, Montana, to hold
down a claim which he has filed on
near that place.
Albin Petrin and Florence Mc
Aloney, both oi Cove, were granted a
marriage license by Clerk of Court
King on Monday.
F. M. Penhallegon, painter and
paperhanger, solicits a share of your
patronage and guarantees a good job
and a square deal. 14-tf
Spring is coming. Are you getting
ready? We are prepared to sell you
all kinds of seeds, garden cultivators,
rakes, hoes, etc. Evens Hardware Co.
Roof gardens were largely in evi
dence on Easter Sunday and songless,
humleps birds were perched here and
there among the foliage and flowers.
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
Jesse Plummer, who owns a snug
farm between Cambridge and Isanti,
was in town Saturday on a visit to his
aged mother. Jesse is a Princeton
born boy and we are glad to know he
is doing well.
At Ewings' Music store can be
found some of the best standard
pianos manufactured. New instru
ments arriving every few days. The
prices are right and the terms of pay
ment will be arranged to suit pur
chasers.
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Nelson's photos please the people.
Richard Rosin left on Monday for
Alberta, Canada.
A son was born to Mr. and
Hugh Steeves on April 6.
Mrs. Tarbox left for Anoka on Fri
day for a visit with her parents.
For sale, some yearling steers.
Chas. E. Brande, Sec. 10, Blue Hill.
The First National Bank of Prince
ton will make you a loan on your
farm. 2tf
If your farm is for sale, list it with
Robt. H. King and he will find you a
buyer. 6-tf
Farnham arrived here on Milton
Tuesday from Wilton
friends.
for a visit with
Geo. H. Deans of Foreston passed
through here Tuesday on his way to
St. Paul.
John Lindstrom of Duluth spent
Easter Sunday with his parents in
Green bush.
Good Templars' entertainment at
M. B. A. hall, Wyanett, next Satur
day evening.
The Mille Lacs county commission
ers will meet in adjourned session on
Tuesday, April 20.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oos and fami
ly were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Brennan over Easter Sunday.
The First National Bank of Prince
ton represents the strongest fire insur
ance companies in the world. 2tf
Al Smith came up from Austin on
Saturday to eat Easter eggs with his
family and returned on Tuesday.
Next Tuesday evening the militia
boys will be inspected by Colonel
Gerlach, U. S. A. There should be
no absentees.
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.
Miss Lola Scheen spent Easter with
her parents and returned to school at
St. Joseph on Tuesday morning. Her
mother accompanied her.
For sale, a fine black Percheron
and Belgian stallion, 5 years old.
Termcash, bankable paper, or good
security. J. C. Van Alstein.
White Wyandotte settings for sale
at $1.50 per setting. Wyandottes are
among the very best layers E. L.
Everett, Route 1, Princeton. 14-tf
A dance will be given at Herman
Markgraf's hall, Brickton, on Satur
day evening. Good music. Ice cream
and other refreshments may be ob
tained.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Malone and
child returned to their home at Isle on
Friday. Their home is situated at
one of the most picturesque points of
the lake.
Misses Ida Dalchow and Hazel Tra
baiit accompanied K. H. Burrell to
Beach, N. D., on Monday, where they
have accepted positions in Mr. Bur
rell's hotel.
Second-hand buggies and harness
for sale, also good horses for sale at
all times at my barn near the West
Branch bridgeChas. King's old
stand. Verne Mott. 15-4t
Are you thinking of painting? We
have a large stock of mixed paints,
white lead and varnishes. We are
headquarters for alabastine. Get
our prices. Evens Hardware Co.
Mirick Bros, have a display ad in
this week's Union. As paper
hangers, grainers and painters the
Mirick boys are among the best in the
northwest and their charges are
reasonable.
The dance given at the opera house
for the benefit of the Princeton Band
association on Monday evening was
not as well patronized as it should
have been, but it was a very enjoyable
event. The music was right up to date.
#H& THohUtaiwin
A. S. Mark came up from
on Tuesday evening.
Ira G. Stanley made a
twin cities on Tuesday.
trip
For fine shoes, hats and dress shirts
call on P. L. Roadstrom.
Wanted at once a dishwasher and a
chambermaid at the Merchants hotel.
Big cracker demonstration at P. L.
Roadstrom's store tomorrowFriday.
The ladies are especially invited to
attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Murray were
down from Pease on Tuesday visiting
friends.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Lost, a pair of lady's pincenez
spectacles with gold chain attached.
Finder please return to i office
for reward.
There are still big values left from
our great clearance sale. It will pay
you to look us over. Mark's Great
Bargain Store.
Scheen's ice cream parlors are now
open and the soda fountain is in
operation. Brick ice cream may be
obtained every Sunday.
Charles Wedgewood has been en
by President A. J. Bullis to
care for the grounds of Oak Knoll
cemetery during the summer.
Mrs.gaged
Lost, on Easter Sunday, east of
Princeton, a package containing three
yards of white Persian lawn. Finder
please return to i on office.
U. T. Moen, state attorney for the
Minnesota Anti-Saloon league, will
speak at Estes Brook church on April
25 at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
All violins, guitars, accordeons and
other small musical instruments are
being sold at Ewings' Music store at
a great reduction in price to close out.
Mrs. Ed. Cater and child of Haven
Prairie were here last week on a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wheeler, Mr.
and Mrs. F. C. Cater and other rela
tives.
Mrs. F. E. Tallant and daughter,
Ruth, of Minneapolis were here last
week on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Kopp. Mrs. Tallant is Mrs. Kopp's
mother.
For sale, a lot of sound work
horses, weighing about 1,300 pounds
each. Will sell for cash or on time.
Apply to Chas Farrington, Prince
ton. 14-4t
On Saturday evening next a musical
entertainment and box social will be
given in the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett.
Every one is extended an invitation
to be there.
Dr. Cooney was called to Onamia
on Monday evening and upon his re
turn informed the Union that an
eleven-pound girl had been born to
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Burrell.
The tax judgment sale for Mille
Lacs county real estate will be held
by Auditor E. E. Whitney at the court
house on Tuesday, May 18, commenc
ing at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Peter M. Peterson and Miss Alber
tina Anderson, both of Opstead, were
married on Tuesday afternoon by
Rev. August Lundquist of the Swedish
Lutheran church at his residence.
K. H. Burrell left for Beach, N. D.,
on Monday morning and Mrs. Bur
rell will follow him within a week or
two. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell take with
them the best wishes of the community.
Albin Petrin and Miss Florence
McAloney of Cove were married at
St. Edward's parsonage by Rev.
Father Levings on Monday and im
mediately thereaftter left for their
home.
We beg to announce that we have
added another new line of young
men's shoes and oxfords to our large
stockthe "Waukaway "$2.50 and
$3.00 per pair Mark's Great Bar
gain store.
We are now getting a great many in
quiries for improved and partly im
proved farms, and should any one wish
to sell his farm come in and see us,
giving your price and terms.
12-4t M. S. Rutherford & Co.
At this time of the year it is well to
call attention to the fact that song
and insect-destroying birds, as well
as their nests, are protected by law.
Any person violating this law is sub
ject, upon conviction, to a fine.
On Monday William Ross shipped
in a car of fine young horses and
disposed of them within two days.
Tomorrow he will have another bunch
equally as good on hand and they
will be sold at reasonable prices.
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
Jos. H. Carter of Ten Strike at
tended court as a witness in the
Malone-Kennedy case. He returned
home on Friday. Mr. Carter was a
resident of Princeton in the "good old
days," as he terms them, "of twenty
years ago."
Van Brunt Drills and Seeders
Moline Disc Harrows
Moline Plows
Moline Riding Cultivators
Clover Leaf Manure Spreaders
Mandt Wagons
fit
ness. Hickory Axle Farm Trucks
$ J. L. Clark's Buggies of Oshkosh
We sell the 3-L Brand Har
They are good harness and
well made.
We can sell you the Litchfield
Wagon Box Manure Spreader for
$60.00. Come and see it
$i Reliable Goods at Right Prices
Two marriage licenses were issued
by Clerk of Court King on Tuesday,
viz, John Belfanz and Amanda
Riebe of Princeton township, and
Peter M. Peterson and Albertina
Anderson of Opstead.
Much is expected of the present vil
lage council. An efficient and econom
ical administration of the affairs of
the village is demanded. We feel ab
solutely certain that the public will
not be disappointed. The present
council will make good.
Our old friend C. H. Chadbourne is
around again after a severe attack of
sickness, which has considerably
weakened him. Mr. Chadbourne ex
pects to leave here early in May for
Seattle in the hope that the change of
climate will benefit his health.
James Smallen of Johnson City,
Tennessee, stopped over night in
Princeton on Monday while on his
way to Santiago, where he will visit
his daughter, Mrs. Howard Walker.
Mr. Smallen knew the publisher of the
Union away back in the 60's in St.
Louis, Missouri.
Without any solicitation seven new
names were added to the Union
subscription list last Saturday, and
each of them paid a year in advance.
A constantly increasing list of paying
subscribers is the best evidence that,
as the years roll by, the Union
influence and popularity increases.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heitman re
turned on Saturday from Chicago,
where they had for four months been
visiting their son and family. Mr.
Heitman says that the winter in Chi
cago was exceptionally mild but that
much sickness was prevalent in con
sequence of the damp atmosphere.
The program for the Mille Lacs
Teachers' association, at the high
school, Princeton, on May 1, is a
good one. Among the speakers who
will address the meeting is President
Caton of the Caton Business college,
Minneapolis. Mr. Caton is one of the
best posted educators in the country.
Potatoes have made another jump
this week, Ohios reaching the dollar
mark and Burbanks and Rose coming
within two cents of that figure. For
Triumphs the warehouses will pay
$1.10 per bushel. There seems to be
a heavy shortage in this particular
variety.
East Baldwin people are deeply
grateful to their representatives in the
legislature for securing a $500 appro
priation for the old state road across
the flats. Baldwin has more miles of
bad roads to care for than any other
town in Sherburne county and a little
help from the outside is appreciated.
When you are in need of Implements come to us.
We have the best makes in the market and
and terms are-right Our leaders are:
Evens Hdw. Co.
Granite Monuments
From now until Decoration day I
will take orders for monuments manu
factured from the world-famed
Barre Vermont granite. I can also
furnish, if so desired, monuments cut
from a cheaper grade of granitethe
Little Falls and St. Cloud variety.
Stone foundations 5 feet deep are iur
nished free with each monument. Call
and look over the designs.
13-4t E. A. Ross, Undertaker.
Moline Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows.
Our 14 Blue Bird Plow for $13.00 is
Certainly a Bargain.
If you want a Mill that will do
work buy tne Hero.
Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back
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i Cravenettes Are In1
OU will be pleased to know
that we have in another large
shipment of cravenettes. The
cravenette is getting to be an in
dispensable necessity. It is used
both for a rain coat and a spring
and fall overcoat, and in this
northern clime can be used five
or six months in the year. Here
we have the famous Kenyon guar
anteed cravenette in a dozen dif
ferent patterns to select from.
Prices Range from $3.00 to $16.50
Your Attention
Is also called to our large and attractive line of
Men's and Bbys' Suits, Hats in all the latest colors
and styles, Shirts galore both soft and negligee,
Medium Weight Underwear for spring in both wool
and cotton, Extra Trousers, Swell Ties, Belts, Hos-
iery, Fancy Vests, Suit Cases, Telescopes, Work-
ingmen's Clothes, and in short everything that men
and boys wear.
Prices Right. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
KOPP & BARTHOLOMEW
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School Report
Report of Battle Brook school,
district 7, Sherburne county, for
month ending April 9: There was no
case of tardiness during the month.
Those present every day were Victor
and Susie Daml, Andrew, Annie and
Ena Mattson and Edna Nelson.
First in monthly tests, Andrew Matt
son second, Emma Nelson. First in
primary reading, Sopbus Nelson.
First' in primary arithmetic, Victor
Daml.
E. B. Hanson, Teacher.

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