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Drink Every Day
14.^*-.* Of Interest
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Mrs. Harry Shockley will entertain
the Dorcas society on Wednesday
afternoon next.
Dr. and Mrs. Small and Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Allen drove to Milaca and
back on Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. I. N. Goodell and
daughter passed Sunday with friends
in Minneapolis.
F. VV. Manke & Co. will open their
warehouse for the purchase of pota
toes next Saturday, July 22.
The supper at the Methodist church
parlor on Friday evening will be well
worth 25 cents. Everyone welcome.
Fred Mierke, one of the substantial
farmers of Zimmerman, paid the
i a pleasant visit on Tuesday.
Gertrude Chapman, who has been
here visiting friends, returned to her
home in St. Cloud on Tuesday morn
ing.
The Princeton State bank makes
farm loans at the lowest rate. No de
'ay, money ready soon as papers are
signed. 43-tf
Miss Ida Torell of Minneapolis,
who was visiting relatives in Prince
ton and Wyanett, returned home on
Monday.
Attorney E. L. McMillan returned
on Saturday from South Dakota,
where he had been on professional
business.
A marriage license was issued on
Juy 15 by Clerk of Court King to
Thure II. Lindberg and Lydia E. Ny
berg of Milo.
"Click Mattson returned on Monday
to Minneapolis after a pleasant week's
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Erick
son in Wyanetf
Dr. .1. P. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Friday and Satur
day, August 4 and 5. Eyes examined
and glasses Gtted Office at Commer
cial hotel 15-tfc
A benefit dance, the proceeds from
which will go to assist Peter Dejar
lais, a blind man, will be given in the
Long Siding hall next Saturday even
ing. Good music. Tickets. 75 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mark came up
from St. Paul on Monday evening
and returned on Tuesday morning.
Their son, Bert, who is suffering
from tonsilitis, went back with them.
Mrs. Hummel, mother of L. C. Hum
mel, arrived here last week to spend
a few days with her son and other
relatives. Mrs. Hummel is one of
those kind, motherly souls whom it is
a pleasure to meet.
Mrs. H. W. Maddocks and
daughter, Margie, of Superior, Wis.,
arrived here Saturday and will visit
the former's mother, Mrs. D. Scott,
in Greenbush and other relatives in
Princeton for about two weeks.
S. M. Orton went to Minneapolis
on Friday to meet his daughter, Mrs.
F. E. McFarland, and three children
from Golden Valley, Mont. She will
visit relatives here and in Greenbush
for about a month. She likes the
west, but is glad to get back to
Princeton again after an absence of
over three years.
at our fountain and bring your friends along to
share the enjoyment. It certainly is a joy to
drink where absolute cleanliness is maintained
and where the beverages are invariably cold,
pure and daintily served. Our ice cream soda
is one beverage you'll want often. Our rich,
smooth ice cream combined with our luscious
fruit juices will delight your palate and have
the cooling effect so much desired these hot
days. We serve every ice cream drink to be
had anywhere and many special good things
to be had here only. Let us refresh you daily.
Open Sundays from 5 a. in. to 1 m.
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Nelson's photos please the people.
Save money by buying your grocer
ies from Byers. 29-3tc
T. W. Allison was down from
Milaca on Tuedsay.
Martin Brands made a business
trip to the twin cities on Tuesday.
A dance will be given in the Long
Siding hall on Saturday evening, ltc
Max Young, clerk at Allen's store,
is taking a week's vacation in Minne
apolis.
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The Rexall Druggist
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varioua source*.
Ocorgel Staples is the only person who is
authorized to collect money due this office In
sv&rj- case the party paying money Is entitled
80 and should insist upon receiving a printed
-ceipt c. DUNN. Publisher.
Payette's photos are better than
ever. 22-tfc
Inspect our new line of men's and
boys' shoes. R. D. Byers. 29-3tc
William Armitage went to Minne
apolis on Tuesday to pass a few days.
Don't forget the supper to be served
by the M. E. ladies on Friday, July
21.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
will be entertained by Mrs. Clinton
Slater on Wednesday afternoon.
William Terry of Duluth, who
formerly lived in Princeton, was here
last week renewing acquaintances.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Byers were
visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Annis in Wyanett on Monday.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church will give a 25-cent
supper in the basement of the edifice
tomorrow evening.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Converse of
Minneapolis arrived here on Satur
day for a visit at the home of William
Westling, near Green lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kaliher and
family of Elk River are occupying
one of the cottages at Elk Lake park
and enjoying life at that pretty place.
The social given by the ladies of
the Swedish Lutheran church on Fri
day evening was well patronized and
the ice cream was of excellent quality.
The ladies of the M. E. church will
give a first-class 25-cent supper in the
parlors of the church on Friday even
ing. Supper will be served from 5:30
to 8 o'clock.
William Cordiner left on Friday for
St. Cloud to engage in experting for
the International Harvester Co.
What Will doesn't know about har
vesting machinery isn't worth know
ing.
A son and heir which tipped the
beam at 10 pounds arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plaas
on Friday afternoon and his daddy
says he is a "sugar-coated dump-
ling."
J. F. Wheeler will give a dance at
Central park, Sandy iake. tomorrow
evening. Hannay's orchestra will
furnish the music and a good time is
assured. Ice cream, cake and soft
drinks may be obtained in the pa
vilion.
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
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Gotten drove
over to Litchfield to visit their
daughter on July 8 and returned last
Sunday. At Forest City one of their
horses dropped dead and they were
compelled to return with a single ani
mal. The horse, says Mr. Cotten,
was worth $50.
Payette's photo studio will be
closed from July 24 to 30, when Mr.
Payette will be in attendance at the
convention of the National Photog
raphers' association at St. Paul.
During his absence the interior of his
studio will be remodeled and fixed up
in first-class shape.
A. F. Wresch is making many im
provements at his feed stablewhite
washing the interior and fixing every
thing up in first class, sanitary con
dition. Mr. Wresch intends running
a stable that is right up to date and
respectfully invites the farmers and
others to put up their teams with him.
While on her way to Duluth last
Thursday with her husband in the
family atuomobile Mrs. C. A. Jack
sustained very painful injuries. The
machine, while going at a speed of
about 25 miles an hour, struck a
chuck hole in the road and Mrs. Jack
was precipitated with great force
against the top of the car. Her nose
was badly cut and, in addition, both
of her eyes were discolored. For a
time she suffered much pain, but is
now getting along nicely.
White waists at reduced prices at
Byers'. 29-3tc
Don't forget that Payette's studio is
open every day. 22-tfc
Henry Holthus was in Minneapolis
on business Monday.
C. A. Jack made a business trip to
the twin cities on Tuesday.
Mrs. J. A. Allen came down from
Milaca yesterday morning for a short
visit with relatives.
In this number appears the official
report of the proceedings of the board
of county commissioners.
Clair Smith is again back at the
depot hustling trunks. He is one of
the best men that has ever been on the
job.
G. W. Harter departed yesterday
for Janesville, Wis., to attend an
apostolic convention, and will return
in about 10 days.
Good work: the leveling of the ap
proaches to street crossings with
gravel. Do some more of it, gentle
men of the council.
A dance will be given in the M. B.
A. hall, Dalbo, next Saturday even
ing, July 22. Good music. A cordial
invitation is extended to everyone.
Fred Witte, the pop man, was in
Mora taking orders on Monday.
There has been a big rush in the tem
perance drink business this season.
Ed Brands came up from Minne
apolis on Monday evening for a visit
at home. He is employed in the gen
eral offices of the Minneapolis Brew
ing company.
Let the good work of improving the
roads in this vicinity be continued.
More and hetter road work has been
done in Mille Lacs county this season
than in any previous year.
The Princeton Produce company
will hold its annual meeting at its
warehouse on Saturday, July 29, at
1 o'clock in the afternoon. At that
time officers for the ensuing year will
be elected and other important busi
ness disposed of.
Denny Byers and George Dunn left
this morning for Blue lake, where
they will camp for a week. The
amount of grub which they took with
them would lead one not on the inside
to believe that they were going into
camp for a year.
Mrs. Magnus Sjoblom and children
and Swan Olson and wife are occu
pying L. N. Berg's cottage at Green
lake. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Erickson passed the day there. Many
people go to Green lake every Sun
day to fish and picnic.
Hazel, infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Owen Stanley of Milo, aged 2
months, died on Saturday, July 15,
the cause of death being whooping
cough. The funeral was held from
the home on Monday and the remains
were brought to Princeton and in
terred in Oak Knoll cemetery.
At the meeting of the board of
county commissioners last week it
was deterimned to grant the petition
for ditch No. 10 in the towns of Mil
aca andBorgholm in a modified form.
But the commissioners have discov
ered that the petition must be granted,
if at all, as surveyed and reported
on by the viewers, and for the time
being the matter is held in abeyance.
Those who arrived here on Wednes
day of last week to attend the camp
meeting at Percy Harter's returned to
St. Paul and Minneapolis on Monday.
There were about 50 of them. The
meetings were largely attended and
good speakers expounded the truths
of the gospel. Mr. Harter did all in
his power to make it pleasant for all
who attended and they greatly appre
ciate his hospitality.
Hon. H. E. Craig and Thos. Larson
motored over from Orrock yesterday
and passed an hour or two with
Princeton friends. Mr. Craig, who
called to get his Hoare drinking cup
souvenir and to chat on current
topics, is looking hale and hearty
and says he never felt better in his
life. He is one of those sunny-natured
old boys who takes life philosophical
ly and enjoys it.
Several of the old timers called
during the week to claim the souvenir
drinking cups sent to the i for
them by William Hoare of Tekoa,
Wash., and some of the recipients
told stories of the good old days
when Mr. Hoare resided in Princeton.
They were all glad to hear from their
old associate, but think he should
have omitted the legend. "Robbers'
Roost," from his advertisement on
the cup.
G. H. Gottwerth and Guy Ewing
motored to Mille Lacs lake on Sun
day but they found the wind so high
and the water so turbulent that they
dared not go out in a boat to try their
luck at fishing. Mr. Gottwerth, how
ever, waded into the lake up to his
knees and threw out a worm, but a bil
low which was making for the shore
butted against him and carried him
inland a considerable distance.
"Let's go home," cried Guy, and
they did.
HE PRI^CETOlSr USTIO]*: THURSDAY JULY 20, 1911.
J. L. Townsend was in the cities
from Saturday to Monday.
Services will be held at the Metho
dist church on Sunday morning, July
23.
Mr. Dow of the Princeton Auto
company was down river on business
yesterday.
Miss Audrey Miller is spending the
week with Mrs. Marguerite Ostrander
in St. Paul.
Some of the warehouses will com
mence buying potatoes this weekW.
H. Ferrell & Co. are now buying.
Julius Yngve of the i force,
passed Sunday at the home of his
parents in Cambridge.
Great care should be exercised in
setting fires at this season of the year
better still, no fires should be set.
Buy your lightning rods9 per cent
clear copperat 8 cents a foot from
J. A. Wetter, Long Siding,
Mi nn. 30-3tp
Tn an advertisement in this issue A.
E. Allen & Co. invite you to call and
examine the new line of shoes just
received at their store.
Having completed his new barn,
Lafe Slaback will give a dance in the
barn next Saturday evening, July 22.
Everybody cordially invited. lt
The slight rainfall on Tuesday was
worth thousands of dollars to the
farmers of this vicinity. Corn and
potatoes were especially benefited.
Dr. Rast, Rev. Stowe, H. P. John
son and C. O. Nielson, all of Minne
apolis, were guests of Rev. August
Lundquist from Monday to Wednes
day.
The goods left over from our fire
are now being sold at less than cost.
Call and get the bargains before they
are all gone. Scheen's Confee
tionery.
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I will commence buying potatoes at
my warehouse on Saturday next, June
22. If you have any early potatoes
bring them in while the prices are
bigh. T. F. Scheen. lt
A dance will be given in the M. W.
A. hall, Spener Brook, on Friday
evening, July 28. Fisher's orhestra
will furnish the music. All lovers of
terpsichore should attend.
You should not fail to attend the
illustrated lecture which will be given
at Brands' opera house on Saturday
and Sunday evenings by Joakim
Arnesen, the globe trotter.
A friend in South Dakota has for
warded to the publisher of the
Union the hide of a sixfoot rattle
snake. We can well understand why
the cause of prohibition does not
flourish in a state where such reptiles
abound.
Some time ago "Ted," a Scotch
collie owned by L. C. Hummel, was
run over and killed by G. H. Gott
werth's touring car and Mr. Hummel
brought action for damages. The
case came up for hearing in Justice
Norton's court last Thursday and Mr.
Hummel was awarded $105. The case
has been appealed.
E. R. Lawton of the Isanti News is
off in California hobnobbing with the
plutocrats of Los Angeles and Pasa
dena, and is writing exceedingly in
teresting letters to his paper. A year
ago Mr. Lawton visited all the
fashionable resorts on the Atlantic
coast. The Isanti News must be a
veritable bonanza to its publisher.
Joakim Arnesen, the globe trotter,
will give an illustrated travelogue
lecture on Saturday and Sunday
evenings, July 22 and 23, at Brands'
opera house. Moving pictures of the
latest type will portray all the scenic
beauties of a trip from Alaska to
Norway via the Yellowstone park.
England, France, Germany and
Sweden. Most of the views used in
this entertainment were photographed
by Mr. Arnesen, who has traveled ex
tensively. At 3 o'clock on Saturday
the children are invited by Mr. Arne
sen to atend the show and their ad
mittance will cost them nothing.
About 25 people, with well-filled
baskets of provisions, "dropped in"
upon Mr. and Mrs. Frank Libby last
Thursday evening and the company
afterwards repaired to the wildwoods
on the banks of the Rum, where sup
per was spread upon the greensward.
It was a jolly gathering indeed which
squatted upon the grass and feasted
on the good things provided upon this
auspicious occasion. Everything
which the appetite could possibly
crave was in evidence and ample
justice was done to the viands. Mr.
and Mrs. Libby were the guests of
honor and well did they enjoy them
selves.
.Bring in Your Spuds.
W. H. Ferrell & Co.'s warehouse is
now open for the purchase of potatoes.
Bring in your spuds.
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FOR SALESeven Scotch collie
pups, 6 weeks old, $1 each. Prank
Wolf, Route 5, Princeton. 30-2tp
FOR SALEA unmber of small pigs.
L. N. Berg, Route 4, Princeton, ltc
FOR SALETwo ponies, with or
without harness. Rev. Geo.
Stamn), Princeton. 30-tfc
FOR SALELots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and
12, in block 5, Summit park, in vil
lage of Princeton south half of
block. Price $600, half cash, bal
ance time. E. E. Woodworth, 301
Oppenheim Bldg, St. Paul. Min
nesota. 27-4tc
FOR SALESix first-class work
horses, sound in every respect.
Frank Henschel. Call up on Tri
State phone. 27-tfc
FOR SALEA Splittstoser potato
sprayer, in good condition, has
been used only two seasons. Ma
chine may be seen at S. S. San
ford's farm in town of Prince
ton. 24-tfc
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And KeepKoolf
Hi we Are Prepared to Do Our Part by Supplying Yourjft
Needs These Hot Days in Both Working and Dress
Hi Clothes that Are Kool, Comfortable and Inexpensive. j|\
SEE OUR
Hi Hi $ i|| For Men and Boys in:
Kool Summer Suits
Kool Summer Pants
Kool Summer Shirts
Kool Summer Linen Dusters
Kool Summer Straw Hats
Kool Summer Underwear
Kool Summer Working Clothes W
KOPP & BARTHOLOMEW
Princeton's Clothiers
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Straw Hats
Half Price
Half price on all straw hats. Here is a chance
to buy a good straw hat at less than cost, and
at the time you need them most.
Don't Forget
We have the largest assortment of Shirts, Un
derwear, etc., in the city and can furnish you
with your hot weather needs best. Endless
variety of summer needs for those who want
to KEEP KOOL.
PRINCETON, MINN.
WANT COLUMN I
22T" Notices under this head will be inserted
at one cent per word No advertisement will
be published in this column for less than 15 cts
FOB SALE.
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FOR SALEA nine-room house and
two lots on Main street. Price
$1,400. Apply to Geo.-E. Rice. 17-tfc
FOR SALE Five-room house in
southwest part of village. Further
particulars at Townsend's Fruit
Store. 26-tfc
LOST.
LOSTA parcel containing a house
dress, scissors, sewing bag and
thimble near Mrs. Sadley's resi
dence. Finder please return to
i office. 30-tfc
Bids Wanted.
Bids for the construction of a rein
forced concrete bridge across Battle
brook, in the northwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of section 1, town
ship 35, range 27Blue Hill township
will be received up to Tuesday,
August 8, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
by the town clerk at the bridge.
Plans and specifications may be
examined at the Union office.
The town board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Bidders
are required to furnish certified
checks or cash in amounts equal to
five per cent of their bids as a guar
antee of good faith.
M. B. Mattson,
30-3tc Town Clerk.

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