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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, March 03, 1910, Image 5

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Attorney Foster was down from
Milaca on professional business
Dr Kothman, optometrist, will
be at Prescott's store from
March lu to 20 7-tfc
"Vocal solos, duets, quartets, and
instrumental music at Methodist
church Saturday night.
Our care for the quality of our goods ex
tends not only to drugs but to all sundries and
side lines carried. The quality of the drugs
handled is, however, the distinguishing mark
of a good drug storer and we are justified in
emphasizing the rare excellence of our stock
in this respect.
In filling prescriptions we provide drugs
of known purity and potency and compound
them by the most scientific methods. Our
service is, we believe, exceptional and our
prices are reasonable.
Open Sundays from. O a. an. to 1 p.
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
tecs'pt DUNK Publisher
Nelson's photos please the people.
Town meeting day March 8next
Concert at Methodist church Satur
day night.
Town meeting and
Tuesday, March 8
W Allison was down from
Milaca on business Saturday and
called at the Union office
Revs Goodell and Fisher were
attendance at the convention of the
Anti-Saloon league in the St. Paul
If you intend buying a new sleigh
or cutter call on Peterson & Nelson
They handle the best makes and sell
at reasonable prices 51-tfc
If you want to sell or rent your
land call on or write to Uglem Co. at
Long Siding They have a number
of inquiries for land. 23-tf
Rev O A. Strauch will conduct
services the Geiman language at
the Swedioh Lutheran church on Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The soiall boys had a chance to in
dulge in one of their favorite sports
playing marblesthis week and
they were not slow to avail themselves
of the opportunity presented.
Thos. Branley, clerk at the -depot,
will leave this week for Skykomish,
Washington, and will be succeeded
here by Henry Waldorf of Milaca.
Fred Manke was in the cities on
potato business from Saturday to
Monday. The demand for spuds at
this time is unusually light, says
William Horstman of Lake Benton
was here from Friday to Tuesday.
Upon the latter day he left for Mon
tana to visit a daughter he has living
Lewis Spaulding of Lewiston, Mon
tana, arrived here last evening on a
short visit to Dr. and Mrs. Cooney.
Mr. Spaulding is a brother of Mrs.
Clair Kaliher has finished his
apprenticeship at J. C. Herdliska's
and intends to engage in business for
himself some other town as soon as
he can find a suitable location.
A number of the members of the
Princeton Athletic association have
purchased tights of variegated colors
and when they get on to the swinging
rings they look like a lot of over
grown, tailless parrotsnot birds of
paradise, mind you.
The Rexall Druggist
village election
M. S. Rutherford went to the cities
on land business Tuesday.
Dr. MoRae made a business trip to
the twin cities on Tuesday.
L. E. Fox came up from Minne
apolis on Monday evening
Wm. Neely was in the cities in the
interest of his firm on Monday.
A S. Mark came up from St. Paul
on Monday and returned yesterday.
Cheapest money on farm loans can
be had at S. Rutherford & Co.'s.
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For sale, a six-room house and lot
with barn. Inquire at i on office.
Miss McAdams visited friends in
Minneapolis from Saturday to Mon
George Dunn was home from
line university over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira G. Stanley made
a trip to the twin cities on Monday.
Chas. Kopp arrived home on Fri
day and departed again on Monday.
Jay Berg came up from the state
university on Friday and returned
Lovers of music will appreciate the
Saturday night concert at the Metho
dist church.
George Deans of Foreston was
circulating among his many Princeton
friends on Monday.
Earl Hatch came up from the St.
Paul Law school on Thursday to visit
his parents and returned on Monday.
The ladies of the Greenbush M. E.
church will serve dinner at the home
of F. C. Foltz on town meeting day,
March 8.
March came in like a lamb all right,
bub it had a close rub with the lion,
whieh threatened to make a rgar upon
its entry.
Through the efforts of A. Z. Norton
Mrs. Eliza M. Johnson has been
granted a soldier's widow's pension
of $12 per month.
You can get from $6 to $7 per ton
for your wild hay and from $10 to $11
per ton for your tame hay at Geo. E.
Rice & Co.'s, Princeton. tf-c
Wallace T. Rines post, G. A.
will meet at the hall on Saturday,
March 12, at 2 p. m. All members
are expected to answer roll call.
Lieutenant Colonel Gerlach, U. S.
A will hold the regular annual in
spection of Company at the armory
next Wednesday evening. The boys
should all turn out.
Tomorrow evening the Christian
Endeavor society will give a Long
fellow social at the Congregational
parsonage An enjoyable time is
promised Admission, 10 cents.
Martin C. Brands has sold his in
terest in the hardware store at Foley
to the other members of the firm and
arrived here last Thursday for a visit
His wife came over from Foley the
nrevious week.
We-are indebted to Rev. Isaac Houl
gate, the Episcopalian minister, for a
copy of the magazine, The Spirit of
Missions. It is a very interesting
work, profusely illustrated and well
worth reading.
August Johnson, Andrew Skoog
and Martin Wieklund of Wyanett and
Louis Rust of Princeton township
went to St. Paul on Tuesday to attend
the convention of the Minnesota Anti
Saloon league
The high school senior class will
give a musical and literary entertain
ment at the assembly room on Friday
evening, March 11. One of the
features will ne selections by the high
school orchestra
Before you start for Princeton to
have your pieture 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
In consequence of the sickness of
Mrs. Wedgewood the Woman's Relief
association will not meet with her as
announced in last week's Union.
The association will instead be enter
tained by Mrs. Millard Howard at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
A St. Patrick's day dance will be
given by Princeton Homestead, No.
1867, order of Yeomen, at the opera
house on the evening of March 17.
Music will be furnished by Ander
son's orchestra and supper may be
obtained at the Merchants hotel.
There was a rush to pay personal
property taxes on Monday and conse
quently the county treasurer and his
deputy were kept on the go. Monday
was the last day upon which personal
property taxes could be paid without
incurring the 10 per cent penalty pro
vided by law.
'High-grade native horses at A'ulger
Rines' barn. *3#V****' *^t 7-tfc
Kopp & Bartholomew carry a new
ad in this number of the Union.
Wanted, 500 tons of wild and tame
hay. Apply to Geo. E. Rice & Co.,
Princeton. 2-tfc
Don't miss a rare treatMethodist
chorus choir concert at the church
Saturday nights
For a pleasant time attend the
dance at the M. W. A. hall, Spencer
Brook, tomorrow night.
The high school orchestra will
render selections at the Methodist
chorus choir concert Saturday even
The Princeton Co-operative cream
ery shipped 22 tubs of butter this
week. Twenty-five tubs were manu
Town clerks will confer a favor on
the Union by promptly sending the
result of the election in their towns to
this office.
John McClure of Baldwin, one of
Sherburne county's oldest settlers,
was among the Union visitors
on Tuesday.
The Wide-Awake club will give a
musical and literary entertainment in
the Methodist church on Friday even
ing, March 18.
M. S. Rutherford & Co. will loan
you money on your farm at the lowest
rate of interest. We give liberal pay
ment privileges. 19-tf
Hear,the great vocal soloist, Miss
Seward of St Paul at Methodist
church on Saturday evening and A.
W. Worm, the celebrated lecturer.
Village election next Tuesday. The
polls will be open from 10 o'clock in
the morning until 4 o'clock in the
There is every indication of a speedy
break-up and an early spring. The
country roads are reported as in bad
shape, and a few more balmy days
like yesterday will spoil the sleighing
and put sleds out of commission.
The sale given by the Swedish
Lutheran Ladies' Aid society in the
church was in every way a success.
A large number of useful and fancy
articles found a ready sale and the
amount realized closely approach
ed $35.
For sale, my store building at
Princeton. Furnace heat, electric
light and city water. Will be sold
cheap for cash, or will exchange for
farm Or stock. For information write
to Louis Fryhling, Dane Valley,
If you are looking for good, sound
native horses, young and suitable for
all purposeshorses that are guar
anteedcall at Wm. Ross' barns.
These horses are among the best ever
brought to Princetonthey will give
satisfaction 2-tfc
Fifty-three friends and neighbors
surprised Nels Olson upon the oc
casion of his fifty-third birthday an
niversary, Sunday evening. A veiy
pleasant period of sociality was
passed and refreshments were served
by Mrs. Olson.
More talk about the Great Northern
building from Mora or Milaca
Mille Lacs lake to Mississippi
talk would build that road it would
have been constructed long ago. Let
us hope that such a road will materi
alize in the near future.
to viz
Don't forget to vote.
Frank Campbell and
The potato market has been particu
larly inactive during the week. A
few cars are being shipped but the
demand for table stock is very light
and prices are consequently low.
Ave Smith
have organized a social club. Per
haps you would like to become a
member. Ask them to give you
MacKenzie of Onamia
the recent
Mr. C. H.
took a leading part in
Bemidji convention: he was secre
tary of the committee on resolutions
and chairman of the sub-committee on
good roads.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Story
Buffalo, N. Y., arrived here on Mon
day evening for a short visit to Mrs.
Story's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Borden. Mr. Story, who is
manager of the Lake Shore & Lehigh
Valley railroad, left on Wednesday
and Mrs. Story remained until today.
Wm. Ross left on Monday morn
ing's train to purchase a number of
horses. Roy McFarland, who pur
chased five horses from Mr. Ross
and took them to Montana, writes
him that there are no horses in that
part of the country which will in any
way compare with them in excellence.
There is little or no excitement over
the approaching village election,
athough the question of license or
no-license is to be voted upon. A
year ago it was different then the
"wets" and '"dry s" debated the ques
tion on the street corners for weeks
before election. At the present writ
ing there are no announced candi
dates. There seems to be a disposi
tion to re-elect the old officers if they
will consent to serve.
Last week M. C. Blanchett sold his
hotel property at Elk River to A. C.
Morgan of Northfield for the con
sideration of $30,000. That was a
pretty stiff price to pay for a hotel in
a country village. There is a better
opening for a modern hotel in Prince
ton at the present time than anywhere
in the state, and an up-to-date hotel is
something that is badly needed here.
Another car of horses received at
my barn. They are all young
natives,Todd county horses,the
finest horseflesh procurable, and
suitable for farm or other work.
Should you be looking for horses of
this kind it behooves you to call at
the barn early as they will sell
rapidly. Horses of so high a
are not to be picked up every day
Aulger Rines 7-tfc
Articles of incorporation of the new
state bank at Foreston were published
in the Miiaca Times list week. The
capital stock of the bank is fixed at
$10,000. Wm. E. Hall of Foley is the
principal stockholder and will be
president of the bank. The other
stockholders are E. Gibbert of
Foley, Bavid Sundberg, August Lind
strom, H. J. Wieklund, Gust Nystrom
and Albert Morehouse of Foreston.
The new service suits of company
have arrived and they are as swell
as the regimentals worn by Tommy
Atkinsreal natty outfits in olive
drab New leggings and caps have
also been received. Some of the
boys, including Captain Caley, have
already donned the new uniforms and
strutted about the drill hall before
admiring crowds. There is nothing
like a natty uniform to draw recruits.
The Methodist chorus choir, consist
ing of forty voices, will give a con
cert in the church on Saturday even
ing next. The choir will be assisted
by Miss Marion Seward of St. Paul,
soloist, and A. W. Worm, lecturer and
magazine writer. The high school
orchestra will also render selections.
Duets, quartets, etc., will comprise a
part of the program. Admission, 25
cents. Tickets on sale at Ewings'
Music store.
An entertainment and basket social
were given by the teacher (Miss
Mamie Yotten) and pupils of district
36,last Saturday evening. The selec
tions, "Rock of Ages" and '"Auld
Lang Syne," pantomimed by Nettie
Anderson and Willie and Annie
Ailschlager, are especially worthy of
mention. A lively crowd of bidders
was on hand and $26.85 was realized
from the sale of baskets. The evening
was enjoyed by a'll.
Orders have been received at the
brickyards in large number during
the past few months and the manu
facturers are kept busy shipping. E.
H. Sellhorn, of the firm of Woodcock
& Sellhorn, says that when the spring
brickmaking season opens he expects
the supply will all have been shipped.
There is no better brick to be obtained
anywhere than that manufactured at
Brickton and consequently the de
mand for it is on the increase.
W Kopp & Bartholomew desire to take this opportunity to thank (t*
JJ? their customers and friends for their liberal patronage during
cj^ the Odd and End Sale, and beg to
(I) that the balance of their Men's and Boys' Wearables, as well
\|jf as broken lots will remain at the sale price until sold. You (f)
can still find so many bargains in Suits, Overcoats, Sheep and
Mackinaw Coats, Underwear, Sweaters, Caps, Mittens, Hosi- f}
ery, etc., tliat it means dollars in your pocket to visit us. h\
0ur Spring Clothing and Furnishings for!}!
Men and Little Men are Arriving Daily $
The Store to Tie To Princeton's ClotHiers and Tailors
Church Topics slifr 3Er
4 Sundey and Weekday
A nnouncements
Next Sunday services will be held
in Livonia church, Zimmerman, at
10.30 a. Sunday school at 12
The confirmation class of the
Emanuel church Piinceton, will me3t
at the parsonage on Saturday, March
5, at 10 o'clock a m.
Union temperance meeting on Sun
day eveniDg next at 7-30 Revs
Fisher and GoodeJl will speak and
i the publi is oordiallj invited to
listen to them Special music will be
rendeied upon this occasion
Youngdah! stafp supennten
dent of thp Anti-Saloon Jeagup of
Minnesota, wilt speak in the opera
house this evening. Mr Youngdahl
is one of the best platform speakers
in the state, aDd everjone should
hear him discuss the license issue. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
An opportunity is now open at the
Northwestern Hospital Training
School for Nurses for two young
women desirous of becoming trained
graduate nurses. A small salary
attached. For particulars address
Dr. H. C. Cooney, Princeton, Minn.
Rooms for Kent
A suite of rooms on second
building on Main street.
floor of
J. Skahen.
Good Work Horses
I have on hand a few young and
sound work horses which I will sell at
reasonable prices.
L. S. Libby.
Fickle Growers, Attention
Farmers may now contract for the
growing of pickles for the Princeton
salting station at the First National
Bank of Princeton. Call at the bank
and get.your contract as early as
Haarmann Pickl Co.,
J\fIE most com/pre-*
nensive assort
ment of fabrics the
most exclusive pat
terns ever offered
particular men of tliis
city are being shown
by us includes tke
full Spring line of
Ed. Price Co.
A early selection
will enable you to
proclaim a new
Spring style, made to
your measure, just as
you want it, at a price
much lower tkan is
usually ckarged for
like quality.
Measures Taken by
Kop &
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