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Our Fountain Season Has Begun
For sale, cheap, a baby buggy al
most as good as new. Mrs. Martin
Anderson, Princeton. 1-tp
After the dust and wind storms the
soaking rains of Sunday night and
Monday were a veritable godsend
The Princeton State bank makes
farm loans at the lowest rate. No de
Jay, money ready soon as papers are
signed. 43-tf
Tomato, cabbage and cauliflower
plants for sale, 10 cents per dozen.
H. E Cook, north Princeton. Tri
State phone 133. 20-3t
We are now serving all the beverages that
have made our fountain popular in past seasons
as well as some new ones. New drinks will
be added throughout the season whenever
worthy ones are found. Beverages must come
up to a high standard to find a place at our
fountain. They must be pure, refreshing and
harmless as well as delicious to the taste. Ours
is always a desirable place to quench thirst
because you know you will get healthful
drinks daintily served.
Open Sundays from a. m. to 1 p. m.
Bacon of S. Paul, chief clerk
of the Mxnnesota tax commission,
was a guest of Rev. and Mrs. I. N.
Goodell over Sunday.
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Friday and Satur
day, June 9 and 10. Eyes examined
and glasses fitted Office at Commer
cial hotel 15-tfc
Remember that I do first-class shoe
repairing at reasonable prices.
Eighteen years' experience in Prince
ton. Call and see me. Adam
Schmidt, one door west of Riverside
hotel, Princeton. 20-i:tp
The high school commencement
exercises will be held at the opera
house on Friday evening, June 2.
Rev. S. M. Rice of Duluth will de
Jiver the address.
The largest dry goods stock in
northern Minnesotaalways the latest
and newest styles. For a complete
ary goods stock trade at the store
that can deliver the goods. A. E.
Allen & Co.
V. E Haglund of Minneapolis was
here on Monday. Mr. Haglund re
cently purchased Bergman Bros.'
business at this place and expects to
put several pieces of cement side
walk during the summer.
Says Pastor Gratz, "The destiny
of any nation is determined by what
its young men under 25 are thinking
of Which gives us an insight as to
why Destiny is always called "she.*'
Quentin in Minneapolis Tribnue.
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
An effort is being made to organize
a good village ball team to uphold
Princeton's reputation after the high
school closes. Good, husky giants
of the diamond should send in their
names to Coach W. C. Doane and be
enrolled for some fierce, heavy con
tests. Do it now.
The ladies of the Dorcas society of
the Congregational church will give a
25-cent supper at the home of Mrs.
Eva Keith on Wednesday, May 24,
from 5:30 to 8 p. m. The articles re
maining from the Easter sale will be
displayed the ladies hope to dispose
of them at that time.
A. JACK
The R.exall Druggist
Of Interest
from If, 4
various sources. -i
Items
Seorge I Staples Is the only person who Is
authorized to collect money due this onlc6 In
every case the party paying money Is entitled
so and should Insist upon receiving a printed
-eoeipt DUNK. Publisher
Nelson's photos please the people.
6
The melancholy days of house
cleaning are here.
Found, a girl's straw hat. Owner
may obtain same at i on office.
Hon. Rufus P. Morton made a busi
ness trip to the twin cities on Tues
day.
All kinds of bedding plants will be
on sale at Scheen's tomorrow and
Saturday.
George Ball of Bruno is now acting
in the capacity of clerk at the Great
Northern depot.
Thos. F. Scheen and daughter,
Hjoerdis, were in Minneapolis on
Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. C. A. Caley was visiting in
Minneapolis yesterday.
Ohio and Triumph seed poatoes for
sale. Geo. E. Rice & Co. 21-2tc
Cabbage and tomato plants on sale
at Scheen's tomorrow and Saturday.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. George Williams on Friday,
May 12.
John E. King, the Mora attorney,
was here on professional business
Tuesdav.
Don't miss that comedy drama,
"Indiana Folks," at Brands' opera
house on Saturday night.
Twenty-two took examinations for
teachers' cetificates in Isanti county
as against 65 in Mille Lacs.
Mrs. Lucy Wheeler of Baldwin left
on Monday for Minneapolis to spend
a week or two with her daughetr.
There will be English preaching in
the Baptist church at Spencer Brook
on May 21 at 8 p. m. All are invited.
Wanted at once, someone with a
team to plow 15 acres. Inquire of
Henry Arnhold, Princeton Dairy
Farm. 21-tfc
George Newbert came down from
Mora yesterday morning on a visit to
relatives and returned home in the
evening.
Amos Holthus left on Tuesday for
Minneapolis, where he expects to
make his home. His wife will follow
in about a week.
Housewives who live along the oil
besprinkled streets of St. Paul and
Minneapolis threaten to mob the fel
lows responsible for the oiling.
Mrs. Mary Rines returned last
Thursday from Minneapolis, where
she was visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Ambrose Kelliher and other relatives.
Oscar Wikeen came up from Minne
apolis on Saturday evening and re
turned on Monday. Oscar has a good
position with the Minneapolis board
of trade.
The Nemo Corsets A complete
line of all sizes always in stock.
Fashionable ladies always buy the
Nemo. Sold exclusively in Princeton
by A. E. Allen & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Grant on Satur
day had the remains of their son,
Jesse, removed from the Baldwin
cemetery to their lot at Oak Knoll.
He died about five years ago.
In order to avoid a penalty of 10
per cent the first payment of real
estate taxes must be made not later
than May 31. On June 1 this penalty
will be added to all taxes unpaid.
There are still a sufficient number
of members left in the Milaca
Bachelor's club to form a quorum.
According to the by laws of the or
ganization this requires at least two.
A public dance will be given in the
Blue Hill town hall on Saturday
evening, May 20. Stoewe & Ander
son's orchestra will furnish the music.
Supper will be served in the hall.
Everyone welcome. l-tp
Rev. Father Levings will deliver
the baccalaureate sermon to the high
school graduation class at Brands'
opera house on Sunday evening, May
21, at 8 o'clock. Father Levings al
ways delivers an address worth
listening to.
M. C. Charvat of Zimmerman, who
called at the Union office last
Thursday, says that his father, James
Charvat. has returned from Hot
Springs, S. D., and that he is ap
parently cured of cancer, from which
he had suffered intensely. His many
friends will be glad to learn that he
has been restored to health.
Elk River's husky team of sphere
manipulators will be here on Satur
day and line up against the home
high school bunch of aggravators,
and there will be something doing, all
right. The last game played between
these cyclonic aggregations resulted
in a tie and both sides have blood in
their eyeseach is determined to
carry off the persimmon.
--W ^J-T^-i. "J
'W**-J=a^'^!aW ^SS^sj-
Ball game SaturdayPrinceton vs.
Elk Riverat fair grounds.
Another dance at Long Siding on
Saturday evening, May 20.
M. K. Rudd of Milaca was here
looking after his interests on Tues
day.
For correct styles in corsets call for
"Nemo." Sold exclusively by A. E.
Allen & Co.
Mrs. R. Barnum arrived here from
St. Paul on Monday evening to visit
relatives and returned yesterday.
THE PRISTCETOST TJSrKEN": THURSDAY MAY 18, 1911.
Gust Manke is painting his dwelling
house and barn in Germany and mak
ing other improvements to his proper
ty-
Lost, a back comb with gold en
graved band. Finder please return to
Miss Mildred Rutherford for re
ward. 1-tc
If you are not a Union subscriber
why not9
The Union is a news
paper that you cannot afford bo be
without.
The copious rain this week was a
godsend to the country and he is an
ingrate indeed who does not offer up
thanks therefor.
June 19 is the day upon which the
joint summer school for the counties
of Mille Lacs and Kanabec will com
mence at Milaca.
Kopp & Bartholomew have a
change of ad this week. Read it
carefully and you will doubtless find
something bo interest you.
A kindergarten will be opened on
June 12 in the primary room of the
Whittier building. For terms, etc.,
inquire of Miss Tompkins. 21-tfc
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
will meet in the church parlors next
Wednesday afternoon. All members
are urgently requested to be there.
Wanted, to buy, in town of Green
bush or Milo, 40 acres with fairly
good improvements. Send net price
and description to Henry Uglem
Long Siding, Minn.
Bruno Zimmerman, who has been
employed at Artesian, S. D., has re
turned to Princeton and will remain
until he finds a suitable location to
start in the jewelry business.
I beg to announce that I am pre
pared to give instructions on the
piano to a few more pupils than what
I already have. My terms are 40
cents per lesson. Edna Boyn.
Get your pickle seed nowit's time
to plant. We have a few pounds left
for those who have not yet contracted.
Call at First National bank and
make arrangements. Haarmann
Pickle Co.
A. E. Allen & Co. will have a spe
cial showing of shoes for ladies and
gentlemen at their store tomorrow and
Saturday. You should not miss this
chance to see some of the finest makes
of shoes manufactured in America.
To hear some fellows talk one
would think that the electric light and
waterpower plant in this village was
owned by a blood-sucking foreign cor
poration. The plant is the property
of every man, woman and child in the
village.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Doane, son and
daughter, of St. Cloud came over on
Friday aud were guests of County
Auditor and Mrs. W. C. Doane from
Friday to Monday. They then left for
Portland, Ore., where they intend to
in future reside.
Sheriff Shockley has some interest
ing photographs taken while the
Indians were being moved from Mo
zomonie Point. There are several
scenes showing, among other things,
the raid on the camp and the demoli
tion of the wigwam by the posse.
John Johnson of Elk lake took
$99.65 off one acre of sand last year
by raising cucumbers for the Haar
mann Pickle company, and the pre
vious year C. A. Johnson of Dalbo
received $280 for the product of 1%
acres delivered at Ogilvie to the same
firm.
Wanted: Every farmer to give a
day's hauling on the Germany road,
and every business man in Prince
ton village should give at least three
days hauling. Lend a helping hand.
You will be simply helping your
selves. Do it now. Start in tomor-
Don't overlook Neely when look
ing for fly nets, dusters, robes,
double and single harness or other
horse furnishings. Everything kept
in stock for the equipment of horses
and harness made to order at reason
able prices. Repair work a specialty.
William Neely, next door to Moeger's
tailor shop, Princeton.
No services will be held in the Con
gregational church on Sunday even
ing in consequence of the bacca
laureate exerciess at the opera house.
In the morning at 10:45 the usual ser
vices will be held and Sunday school
at 12 m. The subject of the sermon
will be "The Graded Life, or the Part
of Graduation in a Complete Life."
The music will consist of an anthem
and a violin duet by Donald Marshall
and Herbert Fisher.
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A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Stumm last evening.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. William Young yesterday morn
ing.
Miss Pearl Moore left on Friday
for Minneapolis to visit friends for a
week.
Mrs. A. Hanson and child of Glen
dorado are visiting relatives in Min
neapolis.
Road improvement means that all
other improvements will follow as a
natural sequence.
For a large and up-to-date line of
corsets, correct in style, look at the
stock of A. E. Allen & Co.
Rev. Father O'Connor will open a
mission in the Greenbush Catholic
church on Sunday, May 21.
For sale, cheap, two second-hand
organs, a six octave and a five
octave. Ewings' Music Store.
A. E. Minette of Long Prairie was
in town on business yesterday and
called upon his old friend, Walter
Peltier, deputy county auditor.
For first-class shoe repairing go to
M. Engebretson, next door to
Moeger's tailor shop. All work
promptly executed and prices reason
able. J4.tfc
Rev. Father Willenbrink of St.
Cloud was a guest of Rev. Father
Levings over Sunday. Rev. Willen
brink is chancellor of the St. Cloud
diocese.
If you are planning on new wall
paper this spring let me save you
some money on same. I have a
strictly up-to-date line to choose
from. Tri-State phone 199. Dan C.
Mirick. 16-tfc
The receipts of cream at the co
operative plant show a steady in
crease from week to week75 tubs of
excellent butter constituted the output
for the week ending Monday, most of
which was shipped to the New York
market.
It would well repay a visit to the
university campus tomorrow if for no
other purpose than that of seeing Mr.
Eberhart, attired as Henry VIII., per
form the stunt of leading the proces
sion in the May carnival. A hearty
laugh is good for the soul.
As the government seems unable to
remove the Mille Lacs Indians to the
White Earth reservation it should se
cure the services of Harry Shockley.
We'll wager that he would move the
last one of them in short order. A
reservation has been set apart for
them and that is the place they should
be compelled to live.
Many people attended the Chi
Namel demonstration at the Caley
Hardware company's store on Mon
day and Tuesday and gained in
numerable pointers from the demon
strator on the art of making old
floors and old furniture look like new.
Chi-Namel is certainly a remarkable
varnishit performs miracles.
Through the efforts of County Com
missioner F. C. Cater homes have
been found for some of the Leach
chidren. D. E. Pierson of Baldwin has
taken a boy 7 years old: J. W. Piatt
of Bock two boys, 4 and 5 years old
and Maurice Thompson of Spencer
Brook a boy 8 years old. The chil
dren have been taken on probation.
A spaniel belonging to Mrs. Dolly
Olson which had the appearances of
being mad was shot oustide Dow's
garage on Saturday evening by
Sheriff Shockley. The dog had
snapped at several people, but fortu
nately no one was bitten. It eventu
ally fell into an excavation made to
receive a gasoline tank and could not
get out. While in the hole the sheriff
dispatched it.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Mattson of
Blue Hill entertained a large number
of friends at dinner on Tuesday, May
9, in honor of their daughter, Ella,
whose birthday anniversary it was.
Among the guests were Miss Marie
Bander of Minneapolis, and Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Jorgengen, who left for
Milaca in the afternoon to make a
short visit before going to Minne
apolis to begin housekeeping in that
city.
The Gordon Hat for men. Those
who care for hats with style combined
with best quality always wear a Gor
don. Sold in Princeton by A. E.
Allen & Co.
Are all found in this
jZ fine selection of Men's
ff and Young Men's
Spring Suits that we
are selling at
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EVERYTHING FOR AND
"We also have a strong
line of durable and
desirable suits at
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I Quality, StylMEN Price1SBOY
$13$15 $18 $20
and $22.50
Any one of which is
usually sold by the
ordinary clothier from
$3 to $5 more per suit.
$7.50 $10.00 and
$12.00
Then, too, don't over
look our high class
ones at
$25 $27 and $30 Copyright I9M by
Roberts-Wtcks Co
Our "Best Ever" Boys' Suits, English Slip-ons, ip
McKibbin Hats and Workingmen's Clothes are
49 also unexcelled. ^f
KOPP & BARTHOLOMEW
Princeton's Clothiers
Come In and Let Us Suit You With a Suit
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ecial Values
Men's and Young Men's All Wool Spring Suits at
$12.OO to $15.00
No bankrupt stock or shelf-worn goods, but bright, new,
clean goods, made especially for us for this season's
business. The biggest values you ever saw at the price
$12.00 to $15.00
"Woolly Boy" and "Steel Fiber" Boys' Suits
All wool, haircloth fronts, lined pants, the best suit
for your boy, full of hard knocks,
at a special price of
$5.00
The Avery Clothing House
PRINCETON, MINN.
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JEWELER
MAKE a specialty of repairing all kinds of com-
plicated watches and clocks. If you have old,
worn out jewelry bring it to me and I will make it
like new on short notice.
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