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*v Use THese* Spices' I Items Ep^'- i If you have a recipe calling for a certain spice or for mixed spices, it means that the best is needed to produce the desired flavor. The writer of the recipe you use, had in mind only perfect, full flavored spices if you use the ordinary ones, results must be unsatis factory. We have the better kind, the very choicest the world produces, and this is the kind you should have. Open Sundays from 9 II Oscar Stark made a trip to the twin cities on Friday. Charles Kopp attended to business in the cities on Tuesday. Mamie Lenertz is visiting her family here. She came up from St. Paul on Saturday evening. Serenus Skahen went to Minne apolis on Monday morning and reton turned on Tuesday evening. Fred Bradshaw was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Walker and family for two days this week. F. Gulliford and H. A. Dunlap of Big Lake were in town Tuesday and made the Union a short call. Mrs. Kennedy Thomas of Foley visited friends and relatives in Prince ton from Saturday to Monday. John Stumm was in town from Saturday to Tuesday. He left on Tuesday morning to resume his work. Clara and Leon Moore have been in Minneapolis since Monday visiting friends. They intended to return today. Harry Pratt was in town Saturday. Harry used to be a frequent visitor here but appears to be drifting out of the fold. Alta Jaax, Postmaster Briggs1 charming assistant, is spending a two weeks' vacation with friends and rela tives in the cities. The powerhouse pump is again in working order. Superintendent Ran dall says that it is pumping more water than ever before. On Thursday and Saturday evenings of this week moving pictures will be displayed at Brands' opera house. Show opens at 8 30 sharp. Ruth Mark spent the early part of the week visiting friends and relatives here. Marjorie Dickey returned to the cities with, her on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Flint of Dodge Center departed for their home on Tuesday morning after a fortnight's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Leach. Mrs. G. N. Saxon departed for her old home at Converse, Indiana, on Monday morning. Mrs. Saxon is on a visit to her mother, Mrs. J. W. Coan. A dance will be given at Sandy lake on Friday evening, July 29. Good music will be furnished and ice cream and soft drinks will be served. All are invited. 30-2tp Mr. H. T. McKeen, who has been at the Northwestern hospital for surgi cal treatment for the past two weeks, returned to his home in Big Lake on Monday morning. FoundA purse containing a small sum of money. The purse was found between Dr. Armitage's and T. H. Caley's residences. Owner will please apply at i Office. Henry Plaas, known throughout the length and breadth of Mille Lacs county for his good humor, is enjoy ing a ten days' vacation. He took the Sunday evening train from Cam bridge for the cities. i. to 1 n. C. A. JACK The Rexall Druggist fc^****^ various source*. TTTTTMTTMMT* 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. Nelson's photos please the people. W. G. McVicar returned form Port Arthur, Canada, on Saturday. Cheapest money on farm loans can be had at M. S. Rutherford & Co. 's. 35-tf Miss Margaret I. King and Mrs.River C. H. Rines are spending the week in the cities. Underwear that was 75 cents per suit now 42 cents per suit at Kopp & Bartholomew's. Mrs C. S. Neumann went down to Minneapolis on Tuesday and came back on Wednesday. *Bff MMM^Mk^kWi Miss Sigried Newmann is visiting friends in the twin cities. Mabel Prescott returned from neapolis on Friday evening. Make money by saving it. See Kopp & Bartholomew's ad. this week. Fred Warner of Foreston is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Warner, of this town. For farm loans go to Robt. H. King. He gives lowest rates, best terms and quick service. 50-tf left for Grand He will be ab- Herman Schwartz Rapids on Monday, sent for a couple of weeks. George Newton left for Sandstone on Tuesday evening to work on the new school house they are erecting at that place. Speaking of the efficiency of the spilt-log drag, doesn't it do pretty good work right here on our Prince streets? Jennie Whitney returned Onamia on Tuesday morning, had been visiting her sister, Fred Burrell. from She Mrs. 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 Eileen Walker is visiting relatives at Northolm, on the shores of Lake Minnetonka. She will probably be absent two weeks. Mr. Frank Campbell returned on Sunday evening from an extended trip in the we'st. Mrs Campbell went to the cities to meet her husband. Misses Rose and Emma Rusness enjoyed a week's visit with their mother, Mrs. Anna Rusness, and redaughters, turned to the cities on Tuesday. A girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Briggs on last Thursday morning at 4:30 o'clock. Both mother and baby are progressing nicely. You all ought to see the moving pictures that will be shown at 8:30 o'clock on Thursday and Saturday evenings at Brands' opera house. Dr. J. F. Kothman. optometrist, will be in town on Tuesday evening, August 30, and on Wednesday, August 31. Eyes examined and glasses fitted. 33-tfc Alfred Jaques of Duluth, the demo cratic candidate for congress in the Eighth conrgessional district, was in town Monday and paid the Union a pleasant visit. Grayce Brennan, Stella Prescott, Eleanor Walker and Esther Koenig returned from Aitkin on Saturday morning. The girls attended summer school at that town. Lawrence Wiesniswski of Foley has filed asa candidate for the democratic nomination from! the Benton-St. Cloud district. Mr. W. may be all right, but that surname of his! Maud Brown and Ruth Nordstrom went to Minneapolis on Monday morning. Miss Nordstrom will make Minneapolis her home henceforth and Miss Brown is spending the week as her guest. Mrs. OnerS. W is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. R. Davis of this town. Mrs.J*Dow has just returned from Edinburgh, Scotland, where she went as a delegate from Iowa to the World's Missionary conference. William Thomas of Wyanett, who has been receiving treatment from Dr. Cooney for the past ten days, re turned to his home in Wyanett on Tuesday. Mr. Thomas stayed at the home of his sister, Mrs. John Camera on, while in town. KTNUUTv^ Tfjru Louise Lenertz if visiting relatives in St, Paul 5 7yv Mrs.'Petterson and Gerald went to the cities on Wednesday morning.g^ John Thompson of Blue Hill was a downriver passenger on Wednesday morning. Helen Thompson visited friends in Princeton and vicinity from Saturday to Wednesday. John Sjoblom made a trip to the twin cities on Tuesday and Wednes day of this week. Agda Krona of Minneapolis visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Krona over Sunday. Invest in good clothes while bottom is out of the market. It's at Kopp & Bartholomew's. Mr. and Bock AMMIP*MMMH*I week with Rev. A. Lundquist. Min- St. Mrs. S. A. Bonderson went to Paul on Tuesday morning and turned Wednesday evening. Charles S. Wheaton, jr., of and Miss Helvig Strohmeier of Minneapolis were married yesterday. re- Elk Miss Anna Whiting arrived in Princeton on Tuesday evening. She had been in Montana for the past few weeks. Julius Yngve and Elmer Carlson drove to Cambridge on Saturday evening and returned Sunday night. For SaleA wide tired wagon has not been run a hundred miles Will sell for $45. Jas. Kenely, Route 1, Princeton. 32-3tc Mrs. L. E. Tompkins departed for Minneapolis on Wednesday where she will spend the next two weeks visiting friends. Earl Newton, son of Mr. and Mrs.brought George Newton, came down from Coleraine on Monday morning and is enjoying a few days with his parents. A dance will be held ac the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett, on Saturday even ing, August 6. Supper and refresh ments will be served. All are ingrapher vited. Miss Lizzie Bandemer returned to Minneapolis on Monday morning after enjoying a week's vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Ban demer. Miss Evelyn Bibeau of Anoka re turned to her home on Wednesday morning after a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Frank Bibeau and Mrs. Clair Smith. Lowell Chadbourne transacted busi ness in Princeton during the early part of the week. He was accom panied by his 10 year old son, Rodney. Louise and Josephine Zimmer of Minneapolis visited Mr. and Mrs. A. N Lenertz for a few days this week and returned to their home on Wednesday morning. Mrs. John Peterson returned to her home in Minneapolis on Tuesday morning. Mrs. Peterson had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Nelson for the past fortnight. A dance will be given at Elk Lake park tomorrow evening, Friday, August 5. Murphy's orchestra will furnish the music. Refreshments and soft drinks will be served. Leo Lenertz returned from Kelley Lake on Saturday, where he has been employed for the past few months as yard clerk by the Great Northren Railway company. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brodeen have enjoyed the company of their Ellen and Hilda, the past week. The girls returned to Minne apolis on Monday morning. Ole H. Olson of Santiago was at the county seat Monday, and filed for This the seat commissioner in the 4th district makes three candidates, all from town of Santiago.Star-News. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wood of Boston, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McVicar for the past two months, will spend the next month on the shores of Lake Superior. Mrs. Thomas Prowse arrived in Princeton on Saturday evening, after a most pleasant outing of six weeks at Mille Lacs lake. Mr. Prowse will return toward the close of the week. Royal and Darius Hatcher of St. Louis Park will spend the next two weeks with their father, Mr. Benjamin Hatcher of this town. The boys ar rived in Princteon Saturday evening. Miss Mabel Kronstrom of Minne apolis has established dressmaking parlors over Roadstrom's store and will be pleased to accommodate any one desiring good, up-to-date dress niaking. ^ltp ^r Lostr-A Scotch Collie dogwhite breast-Land white band around the neck. 'Has been gone from home about a month. Finder will please return J. D. Olson, Princeton, Route 2, and receive reward. Mr. and Mrs. T1. H. Caley, Harold and Thomas left in their automobile on Monday morning for a week's tour of western Minnesota and North Da kota. The route planned extends as far north and west as Fargo and Grand Forks. Frank Goulding took Sheriff Shockley, Guy Ewing, Robt. H. King and Aulger Rines, fearless man hunters, to Onamia on Monday morn ing in his automobile. The party, with the exception of the sheriff, re? turned on Mondayjevening FT W. Manke returned Dakota last evening. the out Mrs. Grant Hultberg of Island, 111., are spending a mrsT 4 iBto from South Jeanette Waofle spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keith. ,k with William Neely was in the cities from Monday to Wednesday attend ing to business. The bridge across the St. Francis river between sections 15 and 32 of Blue Hill township, is now ready for travel. Ethel Palmer is renewing acquain tances in Princeton. She came Mon day evening and intends to return to St. Paul Friday morning. The Braham Journal tells of a Mrs. Christine Stone who died recently in Maple Ridge at the advanced age of 90 years, 8 months and one day. Mr. and Mrs. F. Moore of Mankato returned to their home on Wednesday. For the past two weeks they had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. O. New mann of Milo township. Maud Holm left for Duluth on Wednesday. She received an invita tion to be one of a party to partici pate in a week's cruise on Lake Su perior in a private launch. 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 to Princetonthey will give satisfaction. 2-tfc 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 from Anoka, at his studio in Princeton. 2-tf M. S. Rutherford and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Davis went to Mora in the Rutherford automobile on Sunday morning and returned in the evening. Mildred Ruthreford and Hazel Davis accompanied them as far as J. A. Erstad's home, where the girls visited for a few days. LostA gentleman's folding pocket book, containing a small sum of money. The pocket-book was lost somewhere on the Greenbush road between Princeton and Uglem 's grove. Finder will please return same to the Union office for reward. E. J. Dun ton, Princeton. 1-tp. For SaleForty acres of land about 20 acres of which is wild hay meadow. The hay has not been cut this year. A good mare will be taken in partial payment. Land is situated 6 miles east of Princeton on Green lake road. Apply to E. Nystrom, Route 4, Princteon. ltp May Hall completed the steno graphic course in Mankato Com mercial college last week. She wasCloud sent to a good position at $50 a month. We predict she will soon be getting $100 a month. Just think of it] Why don't you take a course in that school9 Send for catalogue. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Berglund and family paid the Union a pleasant visit on last Thursday. They have spent the last four years in Canada but returned a few weeks ago to the good old U. S. A. Mrs. Breglund emphatically asserts that they will never leave this community again. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society met with Mrs. R. I. Goodell on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Oner Dow gave a most interesting talk on observations made wkile attending the World's Missionary Conference at Edinburgh, Scotland. Mrs. Dow will speak at the M. E. church on Sunday morning. The annual West Branch creamery picnic will be held in Uglem's grove, north of the school house in district No. 4, Greenbush, on Sunday, August 7, 1910. Speakers will be present and music and a ball game will help to make the day enjoyable. All sorts of light refreshments may be obtained. Everybody is invited. The piece of crushed rock road be tween Princeton and Brickton, which has been under construction for the past three weeks, is completed and presents a most excellent appearance. After a certain amount of travel has passed over this road it certainly1 ought to be as fine a stretch of road way as we have in Mille Lacs county. D. P. Ordways Improved Plasters may be obtained from Captain Nathaniel Small, either at the Small residence or at Dr. Small's office. These plasters may be applied as remedies for rheumatism, lumbago, bronchial troubles, neuralgia, etc. Captain Small has sold, thousands of these plasters and has never received a complaint. ltc We hear from good authority that several complaints have been regis tered with the state game and fish commission with regard to illegal hunting in this vicinity. A state game warden will in all probability be detailed to look into the matter and under the present law several arrests will probably result. When you take your gun and dog, keep your eye peeled. %g* Jk *feSte HfL. Cowles was in the citicr from Monday to Thursday this week. ?f| Jay Smith of Zimmerman was in town on Saturday looking after his business interests. Mr. L. E. Fox went to the cities on Monday morning and from there pro ceeded to the south. Mrs. Elmer Chapman of St. Cloud has been the guest of Mrs. Cooney for the passed week. The Ladies' Aid society will meet in the parlors of the M. E. church on next Wednesday afternoon. Seventy-two head of cattle, 4 hogs and 5 sheep were shipped from the Princeton stock yards this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orr and son, Donald, of St. Paul, paid friends and relatives in Princeton a visit from Saturday to Monday. Clerk of Court King issued a mar riage license last Thursday, July 28, to George F. Stumm and Gertrude M. King, both of Princteon. Are the other banks in the small towns of the county any better pre pared than the Onamia bank to with stand an onslaught by yeggmen? Fred Newton is enjoying a trip to Milwaukee. Fred departed on Mon day morning but refused to state just why he wished to visit Milwaukee. G. G. Goodwin and H. J. Gould berg of Cambridge were in Princeton on Saturday transacting business. They paid the i on a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rutherford, Ira Stanley and Martin Brands went to St. Paul on Tuesday in the Rutherford automobile. They returned Wednes day. Will all persons interested in the maintainance of the cemetery, who have not yet contributed this year, please remit to Mrs. Guy Ewing, promptly. Rev. Father Bay departed for Le mont, 111., this morning. Clerical duties made it necessary for Rev. Bay to depart sooner than he had anticipated. Will Jones and family arrived here Tuesday night. They have been lo cated in Nebraska for the passed nine months and will return to that state in about four weeks. Rev. J. O. Fisher and his father, W. H. Fisher, who has been visiting here for a month past, will both depart for Chicago on Friday morn ing for a two weeks' sojourn. George Wheeler of St. Paul is spending his vacation with friends and relatives here. He came Monday evening and will return to the cities in the course of a week or ten days. Gertrude Chapman returned to St. on Monday after a six weeks' visit with friends in Princeton. Irene Koenig accompanied her and will visit in St. Cloud for several days. Fifteen or twenty Princeton girls are going to spend the day picnicking near Zimmerman. The girls, well provisioned, took the morning train and will return in the evening. Mrs. Joseph Oos and children re turned to their home in Minneapolis this morning. Mrs. Oos had been visiting her mother, Mrs. John Bren nan, for the greater part of the sum mer. On account of the illness of Mrs. Anson Howard the Woman's Relief association will meet with Mrs. C. O. Moore tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. Last Sunday the Crown second team defeated the Tigers, on the Crown grounds, by a score of 16 to 27. The game was undecided up to the last inning when the Crown team ran in 13 scores. Sunday evening Dr. Cooney was summoned by Dr. Hill of Monticello to operate upon Mrs. John Peterson for acute appendicitis. Dr. Cooney drove over in his automobile and performed the operation. Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Soule and Dr.candidate and Mrs. Small entertained Mr. andjudge Mrs. M. K. Rudd, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen and son, and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Northway, all of Milaca, at their cottage at "Elk lake on last Sunday. A first-class blacksmith from the cities is now located in Sandy Hatch's old shop on the north side of the river. A. Whitcomb owns and man ages the shop and guarantees^ first class work: in any and jail lines, ltc Fred Neumann of Foreston, Mr. and Mrs. N. Neumann of Zimmer man, Ernest and Alfred Neumann of Bemidji and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Entrup of St. Paul were here on Sun day to attend the funeral of Herman Neumann. Prof. Hoffert of St. Paul Park col lege, has been visiting Rev. Koenig for the past ten days. The professor has preached at numerous points about here such as Ogilvie, Green bush, Germany, etc. All who have heardjProf. Hoffert speak most highly of his abilityJIB a preacher. i ,wm g^^-^^^^^fa8S^Ag Church Topics 4, 4 5andayand Weekday SWEDISH LUTHEBAN. Next Sunday morning services will be held in the Livonia church, Zim merman, at 10:30 Sunday school at 12 m. Afternoon services in the town church of Zimmerman at 3 p. m. Aug. Lundquist, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL. There will be no preaching services held in either the Congregational church or the country school houses for the next two Sundays, August 7 and 14. Sunday school will be held at the usual hour, however. METHODIST. Sunday morning at 10:30 at the M. E. church Mrs. Oner Dow, the Iowa delegate to the World's Missionary Conference, held during the earlier part of the summer at Edinburgh, Scotland, will give ,a lecture on ob servations made during the con ference. Sunday school at 12 m. Special musical program will be given at 8 o'clock. TWENTY-FIVEYEARS AGO 1 Prof. Ewing is mainly responsible for the editorial work on last week's Union. Saturday will be a day of mourning throughout the'United Statesmourn ing for the illustrious soldier and ex president, U. S. Grant. Lowell Chadbourne bid adieu to his Princeton friends Monday evening and on Tuesday morning'departed for the wilds of Arizona, where he expects to make his fortune. We wish Lowell all sorts of good luck. Dan Findell and Louis Erickson will start out with their new steam thresher shortly. Last season they commenced operations" 'at Spencer Brook and gave excellent satisfac tion and we understand they have se cured the promise of a good many jobs in Baldwin and Spencer Brook this year. Their machine does excel lent work and does it quickly. Anyone owing bills to Gillespie, Stoneburg & Co. will please call at the harness shop where the books have been left, and settle the same as soon as possible. All notes have been left at the SecuritylStatelbank of Princeton. Gillespie & Stoneburg, Cambridge, Minn. 31-2tc Notice 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 at tached. For particulars address*Dr H. C. Cooney, Princeton, Minn, What They Were There For They were there to prevent John Lind's nomination. They may have professed different. They may have posed as his friends and^confidants deputed to act for him. They may have assumed the atttiude, of men zealous only in the party's interest anxious to avoid placing the party in an embarrassing position as it whi be in case Mr. Lind ultimately declines. No matter what profession they made they were there to fight thefight^ofthe brewers, and the representatives of the brewers were there to see that they didn't shirk.Tom Noswal in North field News. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS i For District Judge To the Voters of the Seventh Judicial District I hereby announce that 1 will be A candidate for nomination on the republican ticket for the office of judge of the seventh judicial district, at the primary election to be held September 20th, 1910 JOHNSTON, Detroit, Minn For Judge of District To the Voters of the Seventh Judicial District of Minnesota At the instance and request of all members of the bar at Fergus FaUs, who practice in the courts, and a very general request of the bar of the district, I hereby announce myself a for the republican nomination for of said district, at the next primary election to be held September 20,1910 W MASON, -.SStCgus Falls, Minn For County Auditor. To the Voters of Mille Lacs County, Minn At the request of maiiy voters in different parts of this county I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the republican nomination for county auditor, at the primary election to toe held September 20th 1910 If nominated and elected I shall devote all nay time to the discharge of the duties of the office. Respectfully yours, T. SCHEEN. For Recruiter of Deeds. To the Veters of Mille Lacs County I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for nomination on the republican ticket, for the office of register of deeds, at the primary election to be held September 30,1910 WILLIAM KALIHER For County Auditor At the instance and request of many friends and voters throughout Mille Lacs county, I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the republican nomination for county auditor at the coming primary election, to be held Sept 20th, 1910 I fully realize the importance of this office and, if I am nominated and elected, it will receive my undivided attention and I win devote aU my time to the discharge of the duties of the office. W. G. D0AM. \-fc MM ^^^t^^^^k^^mM^fj 1 *%.f?