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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 DUNS, Publisher.
Visit Kopp & Bartholomew's boys'
Door to $ucce$$. Little Falls Busi
ness College.
Attorney Vaaler was down from
Milaca on Tuesday.
Mrs. Willis Foote made a trip to
Elk River on Monday.
Ira G. Stanley was in St. Paul on
land business yesterday.
Benj. Soule was a passenger on the
south-bound train Tuesday.
Elmer Whitney was among the
down-river passengers Monday.
Mrs. George Thoma of Minneapolis
is here visiting relatives and friends.
If your farm is for sale, list it with
Robt. H. King and he will find you a
buyer. 6-tf
Mrs. William Hatch and daughter,
Eva, returned on Monday from a trip
down river.
C. S. Grow is building a commodi
ous new residence near the Ed.n
Saxon property.
The Dorcas society will be enter
tained by Mrs. W. H. Ferrell on
Wednesday afternoon.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Wake up early Thursday morning,
May 20. See Black Hawk Mercantile
company's announcement.
Cream of Oil is the best kerosene for
lamps and incubators. Sold by Olson
& Pederson, Zimmerman. 48
House for renta five-room house,
one block north of court house. In
quire of Mrs. Henry Applegate.
The first part of next week the Cali
fornia Fruit store will be prepared to
serve ice cream, milk shake, etc.
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1909 SODA
The years' experience we have had in making
and serving soda water, and the high standards
we have maintained are evidence that this season
our beverages will be as near perfect as skill and
perfect materials can make them.
Our list of drinks will be up to the minute.
Lovers of fine drinks are sure to find here just
what they like, served as they like it, and are
equally certain that every beverage is pure and
Fine farm to rent in the town of
Greenbush. Inquire at once at
office of M. S. Rutherford & Co. 20-2t
Strawberries lo cents a quart, ban
anas 15 cents a dozen and grape fruit
3 for 25 cents at the California Fruit
A dance will be given at Mark
graf's hall, Brickton, on Saturday
evening next. May 15. Ice cream will
be served.
County Attorney Joseph A. Ross
attended district court at Elk River
Monday on matters pertaining to two
will cases.
Sjoblom Bros, will have one of thehe
prettiest residence places in town
when spring arrives and the foliage
bursts forth.
Louis Larson and Thos. F. Scheen
left on Monday for St. Paul to attend
as delegates the convention of
Pythian grand lodge.
J. A. Erstad was down from Freer
Monday on business for the Glen
dorado Farmers' Mutual Fire Insur
ance company, of which he is secre
The Druggist
various sources.
On Thursday evening, May 20, Com
pany will give a benefit concert and
dance at the opera house. A ten-vertisement
piece orchestra has been engaged for
the occasion.
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
J. S. Harding of South Dakota,
who purchased the L. Berry farm in
Baldwin and entered into possession
a month ago, has had the dwelling
house remodeled and intends to make
other improvements to the property.
Mr. Harding believes in dairying and
has seven cows to start with.
Nelson's photos please the people.
Company concert Thursday even
ing, May 20.
A. S. Mark came up from St. Paul
on Tuesday evening.
S. H. Palmer was home from Min
neapolis over Sunday.
When in need of a farm loan call on
M. S. Rutherford & Co. 19-tf
The First National Bank of Prince
ton will make you a loan on your
farm. 2tf
P. C. Van Someren has purchased
the E. O. Gustafson farm in Bogus
Mrs. T. H. Prowse returned on
Monday from a fortnight's visit in
St. Paul.
O. P. Opsahl of Milo was in the vil
lage on business Thursday and called
at the Union office.
Henry Holthus made a trip to the
twin cities on Monday to purchase
new sawmill machinery.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Wake up early Thursday morning,
May 20. See Black Hawk Mercantile
company's announcement.
Wanted, a girl to do general work
i a hotel. Apply to Mrs. J. Kruger,
Kruger hotel, Wahkon, Minn. 18-tf
C. O. Moore and daughter. Pearl,
left last night for Duluth and will be
absent from Princeton about a week.
R. P. Chalmers of Minneapolis, the
only son of A. W. Chalmers, was
present yesterday at the funeral of his
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.
For sale, a driving team. Will
either sell with buggy and harness or
separate. Apply to Mrs. Wm. Orton.
A son arrived at the home of
and Mrs. Henry Avery on Thursday
May 6, and the parents are highly
For sale at a bargain, the H. Boyn
3 lots and four-room frame
house. Price $500. M. S. Ruther
ford & Co. 19-tf
Eric Heylander arrived here from
Brainerd on Sunday and will return
there accompanied by his wife and
family today.
For sale, a bicycle in good condi
tion. Will be sold cheap. Apply to
Rev. C. Larson, Woodman residence,
First street, Princeton.
William Ross has been driving
some spanking good horses of late.
If anyone knows a good horse when
sees it Will Ross does.
Last night's train was half an hour
behind time in consequence of having
to stop between here and Elk River to
repair a break on the engine.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Anderson ex
to leave Princeton some time in
June for the Pacific coast, where Mr.
Anderson will go into business at
either Seattle or Tacoma.
C. H. Chadbourne has sold his
store on Main street to F. C. Foltz,
the present occupant. Chad says
there's nothing like advertising to
bring reslults, especially when the ad
is inserted in the Union.
Rev. Father Zitur of Clear Lake
conducted services at the Catholic
church here on Sunday while Rev.
Father Levings occupied the pulpit of
the Catholic church at Clear Lake.
Father Zitur returned home on
C. S. Grow will open up for busi
ness with a stock of general merchan
dise on Main street, opposite the
Princeton Co-operative creamery, on
Wednesday, May 19. A free lunch
will be provided for patrons upon the
first two opening days and the public
is respectfully~ invited to be present
and examine the''new stock.
Company benefit concertinas 2lT
Miss Clara Gebert left this morning
for a visit in the cities.
Al Smith was up from Austin over
Sunday visiting his family.
Fifty bushels of seed Rose potatoes
for sale. Apply to George E. Rice &
Henry Erickson shipped a carload
of prime catle to South St. Paul on
Rufus P. Morton went to Min
neapolis on business connected with
his brickyard Monday.
Wake up early Thursday morning,
May 20. See Black Hawk Mercantile
company's announcement.
Read the ad of A. E. Allen & Co.
which announces a special showing of
lace curtains for tomorrow and Satur
F. M. Penhallegon, painter and
paperhanger, solicits a share of your
patronage and guarantees a good
job and prices the lowest. 19-tf
M. S. Rutherford & Co. will loan
you money on yonr farm at the lowest
rate of interest. We give liberal pay
ment privileges. 19-tf
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
E. L. Kaliher, in a letter to the
Union, asks that his change of
address from Sheldon, Wis., to 1371
Chicago ave., Minneapolis, be
lished as it will save him lots of
Nat, son of Amos Smith, who has
been suffering from blood poisoning
in his right hand, which resulted from
crushing the member in a door, has
sufficiently recovered to be able to at
tend school again.
Now that the Pythians have taken
up the matter of organizing a brass
band people may rest assured that it
will be a good one and that the boys
will stick. The old Pythian band was
the best the village ever had.
Dennis Kaliher will this week set
out an orchard of hardy apple trees
at Lindstrom for Charley Sampson of
the Minnetonka nursery. Dennis is
said to be one of the best fruit tree
planters in this part of the country.
Allen Hayes has almost completed
the new house which he is erecting on
the site of the one which was burned
a short time ago. Allen is an ener
getic young fellow who does not per
mit the grass to grow under his feet.
Charles Keith has placed a large
boulder in the center of- his lawn. It
is a unique ornament and reminds
Charles of the time when he was a
barefooted boy climbing around on
rocks on the dear old coast of Maine.
A meeting of the board of directors
of the Glendorado Farmers' Mutual
Fire Insurance company will be held
in the Greenbush town hall on Friday,
May 28, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
All members of the board are request
ed to be present.
Before you start for Princeton to
your picture taken be sure it is
the first or third Saturday of
month, as these are the only days you
will find Nelson, the famous photo
grapher from Anoka, at his studio in
Princeton. 2-tf
Hass' men will play a game of ball
with the Milacas at the fair grounds
in Princeton on Sunday, May 15.
Upon this occasion the Princetons say
they are determined to come out
aheadto show the people that there
is still some go left in them.
If you want a good, endurable,
pretty rag carpet woven take your
rags to Mrs. Mary Hamilton, 3 miles
west of the Princeton depot. Hit andPrinceton
miss, 10 cents per yard stripe, 123^
cents per yard. She weaves very
pretty rugs and keeps them for sale
at all times. 19-tf
Peter Roadstrom and Magnus Sjo
blom returned last night from Stanch
field lake with a gunnysack full of
pickerel, bullheads and suckers which
they say they caught with hook and
line. There were several bullheads
in the mess weighing over three
pounds apiece.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Cotten attend
ed the celebration of the seventy
second birthday anniversary of
Cotten's mother in Minneapolis on
Sunday. It was also the occasion of
a family reunion, twenty-seven of
members being present, several of
whom were grandchildren.
New hard maple floors are this week
being laid in the hall and offices of
the court house, and the officials are
performing their duties under a
handicap for things are, figuratively
speaking, turned upside down. The
new floors, which Elbridge Anderson,
the contractor, says will likely be
completed this week, will make a
marked improvement in the appear
ance of the court house interior. The
committee having the matter in
charge consists of County Com
missioners Uglem, Dalchow and
THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1909.
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Fifty"Uushels of sed cornWhite
Cap Dentfor sale. F. C. Cater. 20-2t
A sale of school and other state
lands will be held at the court house
on June 2.
A son of E. L. Everett is very low
with typhoid pneumonia and his re
covery is doubtful.
Weiss brothers left on Thursday for
Minneapolis, where they intend to
stay through the summer.
Mrs. E. E. Whitney left on Tuesday
morning for a fortnight's visit with
relatives at Park Rapids.
Wake up early Thursday morning,
May 20. See Black Hawk Mercantile
company's announcement.
Wm. Neely went to St. Paul on
Tuesday. He expected to make a
business trip from there to South Da
The Os-wa-gat-chie club has issued
unique invitations for an old-time
May festival to be held at Maccabee
hall tomorrow night. Ladies are
quested to take with them baskets
containing luncheon for two.
Mrs. H. C. Cooney, grand organizer
of the Easetrn Star lodge of Minneso
ta, and Mrs. F. M. Campbell, dele
gate, are in attendance at the grand
lodge convention at the Masonic
temple, Minneapolis. F. M. Camp
bell accompanied them to the city on
At the real estate tax judgment sale
held by County Auditor Whitney at
the court house on Monday close to
hundred tracts of land were bid
in, the greatest part going to Chas.
Keith and Lois I. Chapman. The
Mille Lacs Lumber company bid in a
few descriptions and Frank Goulding
two tracts.
The Canucks and the Brennans
played ball on Saturday and put up a
rattling good game for juveniles.
Four to 3 was the score and the
Canucks were the victors. Batteries:
CanucksApplegate, Jones and
Wheeler BrennansHill, Brennan
and Umbehocker umpires, Whitte
more and Ryther.
Robert Clark, who believes in hav
ing everything about the court house
neat and clean, is delighted with the
new hardwood floors. He says that
hereafter he will be able to make the
offices look respectable, which was an
impossibility under previous condi
tions, for the old floors could not be
kept clean, even by a regiment of
County Commissioner C. E. Erick
son, T. W. Allison and Fred Holmes
were down from Milaca on Tuesday.
T^h'ey arrived without accident in Mr.
Erickson's devil cart despite the fact
that Mr. Allison's cap was blown
away and he lost a large quantity of
his hair in scorching through the at
mosphere. Fred Holmes was at the
throttle of the machine.
Bert Zimmerman brought up an
automobile, which he purchased in
Minneapolis, on Sunday. It is a 22J^
horse-power Buick, three-seated. E.
K. Evens has also purchased a
machinea Velieof 30 horse power.
There are now a dozen or more
machines in the village they have
become so commonplace that we have
to bide a wee and purchase
an improved aeroplane.
Robert H. King will probably be
the next Princetonian to sport an
automobile, he having acquired a
powerful touring car in a business
deal. The machine is being painted
a rich hollyhock color in a Min
neapolis shop and Bob expects to
scorch it up within a few days. It is
said by knowing ones that the ma
chine will take the shine out of any
thing which now traverses the streets
of Princeton.
Commencement exercises of the
high school will be held in
the opera house on the evening of
Monday, June 7, at 8 o'clock. The
sermon to the class of '09 will be de
livered by Rev. J. W. Heard at the
Methodist church upon the previous
evening. Fifteen will graduate this
yearten in the Latin course and five
in the scientific. Miss Emma Taylor
will deliver the salutatory address
and Miss Margaret Foltz the vale
dictory, while Attorney E. L. McMil
lan will present the diplomas.
Rock bass have commenced to bite
and the small boys are enjoying their
spring fishing at the confluence of the
branches of the Rum river and at
the bridge. We watched the kids
awhile the other evening. There were
a dozen of them in line yanking
out fish* as fast as they could bait
their hooks. Among them was a man
who from a distance looked like Wes.
Page. He was also fishingjerking
his hook from the water every few
seconds, but no fish came with it. At
last he became enraged to see the
small boys pulling them out all around
him, swore a few times, threw his
pole into the river, and departed.
For Sale.
Twelve room modern house, with
two lots, centrally located in village
of Princeton, will be sold cheap if
taken at once. Also a quantity of
household goods for sale at a bar
gain. Apply to E. B. Anderson. 20-tf
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Yes, if you are only looking, we'll be pleased
to see you, and you'll be repaid to step in and
look through our several departments of de-
S~ pendable clothing for men and boys.
m~ &I quality that we offer fromd$5,00 to $25.00
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Suit Department and se the variety, style and
men an see guarantee.d hats, direct from
S~ the factory, in black, brown, green and gray, from 50c to $3
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coat and Cravenette Department and get the best
$16.50.d Trousers0Dept., an see our well selected line,
g^. T:UA ranging in size from 22 to 52, -and iunn pricesfrom $1.00 toand $6.00.
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ST CJ-T, Our Shirt Dept. Here famous "Lion Brand" shirts pre-
dominate, in both soft negligee, from 45c to $2 00.
Ourr-c^n^e^wieaf__Dept., Underwear and see Munsing's unio:
the Flour City two-piecei suits, from 25c to $1.50.
OurrHosiery Dept., and find^ox that wear, the
the "Buckskin," the "Everwear," from 10c to 50c.
the "Holeproof,"
Suspender and Fancy Vest Dept., and see
Ou Tie, Belt, Suspender and Fancy Vest
furnishings that are nobby and up to the minute.
Our Boys' Depa
Hosiery galore.*
Qjv Ou Boys Department and find Suits, Hats, Shirts. Belts and
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need in values that speak for themselves.
Our Tailoring Departmei
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You will find in my store an excellent display of
the above named articles in the very latest styles and:
colors. The ties have been reduced to one-half the
regular price in order to close them out and the shirts:
have also been subjected to a material cut.
Men's four-in-hand, bow and shield ties, latest
shades, 50c values, at
5~i Boys' Windsor ties
Men's fancy shirts in best material and latest
stripes 50 75c and $1,00
Men's pongee shirts in London smoke $ I 5 0
Men's fine quality white mohair shirts $1.50
Headquarters for the Lanpher hats in all new
shapes and colors from 50c to $3i00
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Contractors and Builders
Are you going to build? If so let Drescher Bros, do your carpenter
work. We are capable of handling anything in the building line.
Will build for you on contract or day work. Small jobs and work
out of town given attention. We guarantee our work and attend
promptly to all orders. Call up
Wm. Drescher, Rural Phone No. io, Princeton
that you may
cleaning,spressing and repair
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