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Saturday Canada.
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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
*o and should insist upon receiving a printed
receipt K. Dura. Publisher.
Company concert on June 2.
William Neely went to
on business Monday.
C. A. Jack attended a druggists'
banquet in Minneapolis on Monday
W. H. Ferreil and S. S. Petterson
went to the cities on Monday morn
ing's train.
L. Cowles and
were passengers on
tram Tuesday.
We never trifle witk prescriptions. Every
prescription we fill is filled exactly as the doctor'
wrote it. "We practice the utmost care and skill
and use the finest drugs and chemicals that
money can buy. Incompetency, carelessness or
substitution are never tolerated. Our service is
the kind you should have and our prices are the
kind you like to pay.
The Druggi st
Of Interest
from varloui source
Ladies' rubberized coats and crav
enettes at Roadstrom's.
Henry Holthus made a business trip
to the cities on Tuesday.
Miss Clara Gebert has returned
from a visit in the cities.
E. K. Evens left here on Monday
for a visit in Milwaukee.
Senior Class-day exercises tomor
row night at opera house.
Company benefit concert and
dance June 2 at opera house.
Highest market prices paid for but
ter and eggs at Roadstrom's.
If your farm is for sale, list it with
Robt. H. King and he will find you a
buyer. 6-tf
M. S. Rutherford returned on
from a business trip to
Corporal Jones
the southbound
Herman Markgraf has commenced
the erection of a commodious dwelling
house at Brickton.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Claggett of
Austin were here on a visit from Sat
urday to Tuesday.
John Hellberg of Anaconda, Mont.,
was a guest of the Sjobloms from
Saturday to Monday.
Ben]. Soule is having his dwelling
house repainted and otherwise fixed
up in first-class shape.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Tomato and cabbage plants, 10
cents per do7en. H. E. Cook, North
Princeton Tri-State 133.
Cream of Oil is the best kerosene for
lamps and incubators. Sold by Olson
& Pederson. Zimmerman. 48
Next Saturday will be Princeton's
first monthly market day. There
ought to be a large attendance.
Mrs. G. A. Coates and children were
visiting relatives in St. Paul from
Friday of last week to Thursday of
Mrs. J. P. Selander was summoned
to Minneapolis on Monday in conse
quence of the sickness of her mother,
Mrs. McClurg.
A dance will be given at Herman
Markgraf's hall, Brickton, on Satur
day evening, May 29. Ice cream will
be served as usual.
Mr. Eaton is having the store in his
buildingformerly occupied by Guy
Ewingremodeled and will use it as
a part of his dwelling house.
Mrs. A. C. Howard is here on a
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Townsend. Her husband, who
was stationed at Rugby, N. D., has
been transferred to Seattle.
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
A few loads of corn stalks, hauled
from the publisher's barn yard, made
quite an improvement in the Cravens
hill. If others would do likewise the
farmers who are obliged to travel that
road would appreciate it.
As the Doctor. Directs
A. L. Reinord of
Princeton on business
called at this office.
Market day, May 29.
Nelson's photos please the people.
When in need of a farm loan call on
M. S. Rutherford & Co. 19-tf
Business School of $ucce$$,
Falls Business Collegee.
Look over my new line of summer
dress goods. P. L. Roadstrom.
All of your boys' needs can be sup
plied at Kopp & Bartholomew's
The First National Bank of Prince
ton will make you a loan on your
farm. 2tf
If nothing else will attract you to
town on Saturday the big brass band
Mr. and Mrs.
down from Freer
J. A. Erstad were
visiting friends on
Fred Starkey of Cambridge was
here on business yesterday and called^
at this office.
Try a 50 cent box of Armitage's
Kidney Pills and be cured. Armi
tage Drug Store. 22-tf
Serenus Skahen came home from
the state university on Friday and
returned Monday.
Milo was in
Monday and
Farmers, bring your hides and eggs
to C. S. Grow's new store. Market
prices paid in trade.
We carry a complete stock of
McKinley music. Call and see.
Ewings' Music Store.
Miss Kate Kaliher is home from
Red Lake county, where she has been
teaching since last fall.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Ten per cent discount on dry goods
and shoes at C. S. Grow's new store
on Saturday and Monday.
We guarantee Armitage's Kidney
Pills to give satisfaction or money
back. Armitage Drug Store. 22-tf
Farmers, bring in your live stock,
farm machinery, etc., on Saturday and
have it offered for sale free of charge.
A. H. Sutherland, judge of probate
of Isanti county, was among the
visitors at the Union office yester
They have cured others and will
cure you. Armitage's Kidney Pills,
50 cents a box at Armitage's Drug
store. 22-tf
For sale at a bargain, the H. Boyn
property, 3 lots and four-room frame
house. Price $500. M. S. Ruther
ford & Co. 19-tf
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.
A. A. Johnson of St. Paul was a
guest of Rev. Lundquist during the
week. Mr. Johnson is Mrs. Lund
quist's brother.
Step in and see Kopp & Bartholo
mew's splendid line of underwear,
shirts, hats, ties, belts, hosiery and
swimming suits,
On another pagevOf this number is
printed the official report of the board
of county commissioners which was in
session last Thursday/
Take a day off and come to Prince
ton on Saturday and bring youi? wife
along with you. Every merchant in
iown will offer special inducements to
farmers next Saturday.
It is no disgrace to be poor but it is
mighty inconvenient when one owes
the county treasurer a big bunch of
tax money and has not the where
withal to liquidate the same.
The senior class-day exercises will
be presented tomorrow evening at the
opera house and the program ar
ranged for the occasion is both novel
and unique. An encouraging patron
age should be extended to the class
emission 25^35 and 50 cents..
Monthly market day May 29.
The band will playl market day.
Men's dress shirts, hats, caps, etc.,
at Roadstrom's.
C. O. Moore made a business trip to
the twin cities on Tuesday.
Good seed potatoes for sale. Ap
ply to Ed. Saxon, Princeton.
Wanted, to pasture, 1,000 head of
horses. Apply to Michael Mahoney,
Mrs. E. E. Whitney returned on
Tuesday evening from a visit to rela
tives at Park Rapids.
The air is warm, the sky is clear.
Mothers bring your baby dear to
Nelson's photo studio next Sunday.
R. L. Bartholomew's brother,
Claud, of Minneapolis spent Saturday
and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bar
The balance of Kopp & Bartholo
mew's cravenettes will be closed out
at 25 per cent off. They are very
useful coats.
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
Teachers and prospective teachers:
Lest you forget, the summer school
will open in Princeton on June 28 and
close on July 31.
Al Munz and C. A. Caley are hav
ing cement walks laid alongside of
their residence property. Bergman
Bros, are doing the work.
Mr. Olson of the hardware firm of
Olson & Pederson, Zimmerman, was
here on Thursday having some dental
work done at Dr. McRae's.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Hunt at the home of
Mrs. Hunt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. Ross, yesterday morning.
Lost, on May 19, between the
Princeton Laundry and Guy Ewing's
residence, a lady's watch chatelaine.
Finder please leave at Princeton
F. M. Penhallegon, painter and
paperhanger, solicits a share of your
patronage and guarantees a good
job and prices the lowest. Rural
telephone. 19-tf
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mann and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Morneau were down
from Mille Lacs lake in Mr. Mann's
automobile on Thursday and returned
home on Friday morning.
Fred B.Merrill writes the Un^ion
from Minneapolis that he is now en
gaged as bookkeeper with the Power
Equipment company of Minneapolis.
Fred is a good reliable man.
Next Sunday is the time, and Nel
son's photo studio in Princeton is the
place for you to go and sit for your
picture. You will get something that
you and your friends will appreciate
for all time.
Have you seen our fine stock of
pianos? If not come and see them.
We can suit you with goods and also
with prices. We are here to stay and
would like your business. We will
treat you right. Ewings 'Music Store.
On Saturday evening Adam
Schmidt's hen roost was raided and
two choice chickens stolen. Adam
found the feathers behind Edmund
Young's barn, where the fowls had evi
dently been picked. This of course
has no connection with the fact that
Marshal Cravens boarded a female
coon at the village bastile over Sun
day. The negress departed on Mon
day for the coons' paradiseMin
Vol. 1
Board of Editors, Portrait.
Class History
The Painter of Seville
Rev. Peterson of Northfield, who
conducted services at the Sellhorn
school house and the Swedish Luther
an church on Sunday, was a pleasant
caller at the Union office Monday
New advertisements: F. T. Kefctel
hodt, A. E. Allen & Co., P. L. Road
strom, C. A. Jack, Armitage Drug
Store, Gopher Manufacturing com
pany, Kopp & Bartholomew, Olson &
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
The high school commencement
exercises will be held in the opera
house on Monday evening, June 7,
and the baccalaureate sermon will be
delivered by Rev. J. W. Heard upon
the preceding evening at the Metho
dist church.
On account of the 30th of May fall
ing on Sunday this year Monday will
be observed as Memorial day. We
hope all business will be suspended in
Princeton on the afternoon of Mon
day and that all will join in honoring
the memory of the soldier dead.
Rev. W. H. Koenig left on Tuesday
to attend the Sunday school and Ep
worth league district convention of
the German M. E. church at Brown
ton, this state. Mrs. Ernest Radeke
also went as a delegate from the Sun
day school in Germany. They will
retarn on Saturday.
A number of Princeton's young
ladies visited the armory of Company
on Monday evening and were shown
through the various departments of
the building. They are of opinion
that the people of Princeton should
take more interest in the militia
patronize its entertainments better.
Fishermenand there were many of
themwho went to Elk lake on Sun
day were well rewarded. Pickerel
were biting ravenously and some
good-sized pike were captured. The
lake seems to be fairly alive with fish
this season and Mr. Pratt has some
splendid boats for fishing purposes.
S. S. Buckingham, a former resi
dent of Princeton who has lived in
Minneapolis for the past few years,
writes that he has moved to Orchats,
Washington, and would like to have
the Union sent there. He also asks
to be remembered to his friends in
Princeton through the medium of the
'You should attend the concert and
dance which will be given for the
benefit of Company at the opera
house on June 2. It promises to
be the stellar event of the season. An
orchestra of ten pieces has been en
gaged for the occasion and Mrs. C.
A. Caley will render a number of
vocal solos.
Miss Mary Huse has purchased a
fruit farm containing between three
and four acres in the state of Wash
ington. The consideration was $600
per acre, and it is said that so prolific
is the yield in the section where
Miss Huse purchased the land that a
family may live very comfortably
from the product of a single acre.
On Thursday evening the junior
class of the high school gave a ban
quet to the senior class at Maccabee
hall and it was an event which will
long be remembered by those present.
A five-course supper was served by
the Maccabee ladies and a sumptuous
supper it was. The amusement
feature of the evening consisted in
the playing of various games.
The contents of THis Magazine are copyrighted and.
must not be printed -without permission. &- &-
Contents for June, 1909
Beatrice Fairfax Column Iva McCracken, Eleanor Walker
The Obstinate Family. A Farce Grace Brennan, Leon Neely,
Emma Taylor, H. Hofflander, Stella Prescott, Luther Orton
Advertisements: i
Cream of Wheat
Kopp & Bartholomew
Solomon Long
Dr. Small 2
Otto Henschel
Bob King
Issued yearly. So ld only by single copies, 50c and 35c
Published by the Senior Class, Princeton, Min n.
Brands* Opera House, May Tventy-eighth.
No. 1
Jay Berg 1
Alma Johnson 8
.Mary Howard, Esther Koenig
Class Will EarlPrescott
Class Poem# Albert Angstman
Class Prophecy Margaret Foltz
10 11 12
13 20
Special Sale
Kopp & Bartholomew's StoreI
Market Day, Sat,, May 29
"A Word to the Wise is Sufficient"
Princeton's Clothiers and%Tailors
The Home of Good Clothes and Everything that Men and Boys "Wear
Ads in The Oaion Bring desalts
Those who are planning a vacation trip
fr should inspect our
Suit Cases and Trunks |f
straps from $5.50 to $7.50=2
2E: Fiber suit cases at 90c $|,0Q $1.25 3
5~ Trunks with deep bottom and trays, protected 3
edges and straps $2.00 to $5,503
||/0 Percent Discount
on All Dry Goods I
II Market Day, May 29%
in Your
Princeton, Minn. ^s
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. 10, Princeton
MlilH 1'WII l-H-H-i-!"i4'W I Hj.

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