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I Snap-Shot Pictures of those Happy Days A good camera and a pocket full of films. There is a pleas- urable vacationthere is pleasure for the stay homes. Let us sell you a nice camera. A cheap one or an expensive one, just as you please, but in any case a perfect working, quick snapping, accurate detail picture taker. And films and sup- plieswe have all the very best for any camera. C. A. Jack Drug Co. Open Sundays from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. LOCAL BREVITIES. ]j George I. Staples is the only person who is authorized to collect money due this office. In every case the party paying money is en^*1"* to and should insist upon receiving a printed receipt. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Nelson' photos please the people. P. C. Lynch of Foreston was a Princeton visitor Monday. St. Cloud "All Stars" vs. Princeton at the Fair Grounds next Sunday. Miss Edith Johnson left for Minne apolis Friday morning to attend the funeral of a niece. Mr. C. H. Nelson is now driving a new Cole car, and it is a handsome and powerful machine. The Farmers' Co-Operative Co. is having a new machine shed constructed at the rear of their store. Editor Olaf Wasenius and County Commissioner Warren of Onamia were Princeton visitors a short time Sun day. Mrs. A. C. Wilkes of Milaca was a Frjnceton visitor Monday, and attend od "The Birth of a Nation" during the afternoon. Mrs. Roy Melotte of Clarkson, Washington, is here visiting relatives and friends, and she expects to remain for some time. Dr. Shannon of Minneapolis deliv ered the morning sermon in the M. E. church last Sunday, and a large con gregation attendedr Attorney S. P. Skahen is a Chicago visitor this week, and he will probably return with interesting stories of the national republican gathering. Another one of those enjoyable dances will be given at the Green lake pavilion next Saturday evening, June 10. A good time is assured all. 25-ltc Cabbage plants for sale at 5c a doz en, or 30c a hundred. Also tomato plants at 10c a dozen. H. E. Cook, north Princeton, Tri-State phone No. 133. 25-lt* Clerk of Court and Mrs. A. B. Han son of Cambridge, were Princeton vis itors for a short time Sunday, and at tended the ball game at the fair grounds. J. C. Herdliska disposed of his Ford agency last Saturday to Odin Odegard and J. A. Smith, who will hereafter endeavor to make the Ford sales "ram ble right along." Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, will be in town on Wednesday and Thurs day, June 14 and 15. Eyes examined and glasses fitted. Office at the Com mercial Hotel. 1-tfc Alderman Ross is now driving a handsome Studebaker "six," purchased through the Randall agency. Mr. Ross disposed of his Overland to Wm. Lipp, the Long Siding merchant. Supt. Marshall left for Kenyon Fri day morning, and after a brief visit there will depart for Grand View, Washington, where he will rusticate on a farm he owns at that place. Attorney Lyle Jesmer of St. Paul visited here and attended to business matters the first of the week. Lyle is a former Princeton boy, and has numerous friends in our village who are always pleased to see him. Before you start for Princeton to have your picture taken be sure it is the first or third Saturday or Sunday of the month, as these are the only days you will find Nelson the famous photographer from Anoka, at his stu dio in Princeton. 2-|fc Graduates of 1916: Are you going on with your music? Address the N. W. Institute of Musical A*rt, 41 S. Sixth St., Minneapolis, for course of study. Personal interest is taken in every student by the directors, Anne Hughes and Margaret Daugherty. Ad. The "Rexall" Drugg ists D. R. Byers transacted business in Minneapolis Monday. F. E. Scholey, experienced painter and paperhanger. Cormany building, Princeton. 24-3tp Mrs. S. E. Tift of Bellingham, Washington, visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wilkes. Adolph Bye of Spencer Brook pur chased a Ford through the Smith & Odegard agency the first of the week. Mrs. Carl Boyn and children and Miss Marie Braton spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peters of St. Francis. The Ideal Restaurant will again open for business on Monday, June 12, under the management of Mrs. Mary Christensen. The Tri-State Telephone Co. is to have a new directory of its Princeton patrons issued, and the copy is now in the hands .of the Union Printers. Protect your property against dam age by cyclone, windstorm and torna do insurance by taking out a policy at the State Bank of Dalbo. The service agency. 23-3tc J. C. Herdliska and C. E. Hill are now partners in the Chevrolet agency for this territory, and they left for Minneapolis on Tuesday to bring up a new car. The latest Ford joke is about a man being arrested in one of the dry towns in this state for driving fast in a Ford. The charge against the driver was ''rushing the can." At the regular Swedish Lutheran services conducted at Zimmerman on last Sunday by Rev. M. Peterson of Princeton, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Magney were admitted to membership. Look for this sign on your printing: "QualityTHE PRINCETON UNION Printers." It is the sign of the best printing to be had in this section of the state. Let us demonstrate this assertion. The Tornado season is here. Pro tect yourself with a policy written with the oldest and most reliable com panies. Think of strength, stability and safety first. The service agency. State Bank of Dalbo. 23-3tc LostA gold pin with six dark blue sets and six pearls, about the size of a pin head, Saturday afternoon, be tween Allen's store and Payette's Studio. Finder please leave at Union office and receive reward. 25-ltc Cambridge is to have a home-com ing and chautauqua week from June 30 to July 5, and numerous former residents of that village are expected to be there at that time. A home coming week is always enjoyable. Mrs. Harvey Olson and two chil dren returned to Minneapolis the lat ter part of the w&?k, after a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. Wm. Applegate, accompanied them to visit a week or so. Harness oiled at $1 per set. Bring in your harness now. Shoe repairing at prices that will meet with your ap proval, and a class of neat and sub stantial work that will give you that satisfied feeling assured. A trial is all we ask. J. H. Hoffman, the harness man. 10-tfc The next regular meeting of Wal lace T. Rines Post No. 142, G. A. R., will be held at the Armory on Satur day, June 10, beginning at 2:30 p. m. Matters of importance will come up for consideration and all members are urged to attend. J. A. Stevenson, commander. At the present time there is talk of organizing a ball team in Cam bridge. Our neighboring village has not been represented on the diamond for a couple of years, and Princeton fans hope that a team will be organ ized. A contest between Princeton and Cambridge is always interesting* sir SV^M .afe.<p>wMdd#,J THE PBINCETON UNiOJf: THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1916 Mrs. Mary Lynch of Minneapolis is visiting relatives and friends here. English services next Sunday even ing at 8 o'clock at the German Luth eran church. The Woman's Relief association will meet with Mrs. A. Z. Norton, tomorrow Friday, afternoon. The M. E. Ladies' Aid society will -meet with Mrs. N. M. Nelson next Wednesday afternoon. The Dorcas Society will meet with Mrs. J. W. Mossman for a social af ternoon next Wednesday. Bear in mind that Princeton will celebrate the glorious Fourth this year in fitting manner. Plan to attend. Elsewhere in this issue appears a notice of a free school for stockmen, that will prove of interest to numer ous of our readers. A dance will be given at Nels Robi deau's barn on Friday evening, June 16. Good music and the best kind of a time promised those who attend. 25-2c Wanted at Northwestern Hospital, young woman to learn nursing. Must have had one year high school educa tion. Frances S. Cooney, Supt. 25-lc Edward Hall of Wyanett, who sub mitted to an operation for appendici tis at the Northwestern hospital last week, is doing well, which will be pleasing news to all. County Attorney and Mrs. O. C. Myron of Milaca, were among those from our neighboring village who at tended "The Birth of a Nation" at the Armory Monday afternoon. A marriage license was issued at the office of the clerk of court on Mon day to Mr. Alfred P. Kjaglien of Bo gus Brook and Miss Selma B. Bru flodt of Hayland. Mrs. C. P. Christensen desires to ex press her heartfelt thanks to all who so kindly extended sympathy and aid to her during her hour of sorrow, in the sudden taking away of her hus band. She is truly appreciative. The potato rush is all over for the season. Good prices are being paid, but buyers report that few loads are being marketed. The farmers here abouts have undoubtedly disposed of the great bulk of their 1915 crop of tubers. Wm. Lipp of Long Siding was a Princeton visitor yesterday. He said that the Duluth boosters would stop at the Siding from 1:17 p/m. to 1:22, tomorrow, and that he expected a goodly turn out of citizens of that vicinity would greet the tourists. Business continues to increase at the Princeton Co-operative Creamery, and last week was a banner one for that institution. A total of 192 tubs of butter were churned and 183 tubs were shipped to the eastern market. This is the largest week the creamery has ever had. Mr. A. B. Hanson, the popular clerk of court of Isanti county, has no op position for re-election, and Mr. A. H. Southerland, the efficient judge of probate of our neighboring county, finds himself in a similar "predica- ment." Both gentlemen are excellent public officials. H. C. Person received a new 1916-J Harley Davidson motorcycle from the factory at Milwaukee, Wis., last even ing and will assemble the machine to day and will deliver it to the lucky buyer tomorrow. Mr. Per son is meeting" with unqualified suc cess in the motorcycle line, and he is deserving of success. Work has been resumed on the sink hole on the state road south of town Aimer Rev. P. S. Miller of Upsala that there will be no let-up until the job is completed and a good, solid roadway is secured across the marsh. Once that is accomplished there will be a ten-mile stretch of road between Princeton and Zimmerman as straight as a gun barrel. Dr. D. A. McRae, J. W. Mossman, Ira G. Stanley-and Wm. Frank were Mille Lacs lake visitors from Satur day to Monday, and while there tried their hand at fishing with moderate success. On Sunday Fred Keith, C. H. Creglow, Otto Henschel and Oscar Stark joined the party. A beautiful coat of tan was accumulated by a couple of the outers, and all enjoyed themselves. The Swedish Lutheran church now presents a pleasing, appearance. A fresh coat of grey paint with white trimmings adorns the exterior, and the interior has also been repainted and repapered. Handsome new frosted windows also enhance the appearance of that edifice. A new cement porch will be put in in the near future, and the pastor and congregation are to be congratulated upon the improve ments. The ^Cook book published by .the Dorcas Society of the Congregational church has been completed at the Union Printery, and housewives will find it a valuable production. It con tains 104 pages exclusive of the cover, and is chock full of recipes for appe tizing dishes. The new Swedish Lutheran church' in Ericksonville townsite near Ona mia was dedicated on Tuesday-of last week, and the following pastors assist ed in the ceremonies: Rev. N. A. Aimer Rev. P. S. Johnson of Upsala Rev. J. A. Gustafson, of South St. Paul Rev. Gust Dagner, of Milaca Rev. G. A. Ostergren, of St. Cloud, and Rev. Alof Peterson, of Little Falls. John Sward, an esteemed resident of Borgholm, answered the final sum mons on the 26th ult. Funeral ser vices were conducted at Bock the fol lowing Sunday morning and interment was in the Bock cemetery. Deceased was 60 years, 3 months and 12 days old at the time of his death. He was a native of Sweden and had resided in Bock 16 years. Heart trouble caused death. Considerable over one-third of a million of dollars were paid to farm ers of Mille Lacs county for butterfat delivered to creameries during the past year. This county has nine creameries, and during the year 1,615,- 386 pounds of butter were manufac tured in same, for which the patrons were paid $343,711.40. The dairy in dustry is rapidly coming to the front in this section. We are glad to learn that the Bald win town authorities contemplate patching up the road across the flats. It is too bad that that road has been neglected so long that it will require two dollars to do what one dollar would have accomplished a year ago. The first and most important step in get ting that road back into shape is the drawing off of the water from the sides of the roadbed. P. W. Jensen of the Diamond Leaf Stock farm, recently disposed of a thoroughbred Holstein-Fresian bull calf to J. P. Jensen of Wyndmere, North Dakota, and the animal was shipped to that place Friday. This is the first shipment of Holstein-Fre sian stock to be made from this point. Heretofore Princeton has been a purchaser of blooded stock of this kind, but never a shipper. There are two contests for county office in Isanti countyin the First and Third commissioner districts. D. S. Walker and Andrew Olander of Spen cer Brook are the opposing candidates to succeed Bernard Stoeckel in the Third, and in the First Vistor E Erickson of Stanchfield and Erick Tolin of Dalbo are candidates against each other. Mr. Erickson is the pres ent commissioner from the First dis trict. County officials regret that assistant state highway engineer M. J. Cleve land, who has looked after the state road work in Benton and Mille Lacs counties-for the past year, is to be transferred to* Stearns county. Mr. Cleveland has given excellent satis faction in this county and his servic es were appreciated by the county commissioners. Mr. Cleveland will be succeeded by Mr. John Soderstrom of Foley, who may make Milaca his head quarters. A good job is being done on the state road east of town by a crew under the supervision of Louis Solberg. County Commissioner Cater is giving his personal attention to this road and he proposes to put it in the best possi ble shape that the means at his dis posal will permit of, and he says if he could obtain about 20 cars of crushed rock he would have a dandy road,'but it is altogether provable that clay gravel will be the only surfacing ma terial obtainable. Mr. F. D. Waterman, accompanied by Mr. C. M. Babcock, came over from Elk River Monday and -talked with Messrs. Keith and Bryson. and Mayor Newbert with reference to furnishing Princeton with electricity from the Elk River plant. Mr. Waterman says his plant has power to furnish several towns with electricity. If matters can be arranged he will shortly be pre pared to make a definite proposition that .he thinks would prove mutually satisfactory to his company and Princeton. A special meeting of the commer cial club was held at the office of Mc Millan & Stanley Friday evening to discuss plans for meeting the Duluth boosters, who will be here during the noon hour tomorrow. On motion the chairman, Mr. J. J. Skahen, was authorized to name a committee of three to make the necessary arrange ments, and the following were select ed: Mayor H. Newbert, A. B. Gramer and F. C. Foltz. The Duluth boosters will arrive by special train, and the Third regiment band accompanies them. fiiitiniiimiiii STORE The whole store this year has that freshness, that at- mosphere of knowing what to do and how to do it to help particular men keep well dressed. HATS In hats we are showing quite a good many models in soft, also a good line of Panama and Straw. In the soft numbers we are giving you shades like olive, smoke, pearl, oxford and brown. The straws are good fresh stock that just came from the factory, having all the latest blocks and colors. SPRING UNDERWEAR Cashmerer Balbriggan, B. V. D. and the other popular materials. Some have short sleeves and ankle length drawers. The famous "Munsing"'Underwear is our leader. SHIRTS Get a Summit or a Lion Brand Shirt and you will have something that will give you style and comfort and last until you are tired of it. SUITS This spring's productions for men and boys well tail- ored, nicely pressed, and we guarantee to fit you to your critical taste. Boys' Suits at $1.75 to $8.00 Men's Suits at $ 8.00 to $25.00 Orton & Kaliher The Home of Good Clothes PRINCETON MINNESOTA III OIL STOVE DEMONSTRATION JUNE 8, 9 and 10 I PAYETTE'S I I Popular HAS Priced HE I Photos TAKEN Please YOUR Particular PHOTO 1 People YET? i Come in and arrange for a I Sitting To-day! The Latest 1 I Creations in Photography are Always to be found at The I PAYETTE STUDIO Princeton, Minnesota iimiuiiimmmm Lawn Mowers Sharpened. If your lawn mower is dull, bring it to N. M. Nelson's blacksmith shop and get it sharpened. He has. a spec ial machine for the purpose and guarantees a good job. 25-tfc Co. will leave for Lake City to go into camp on'Monday night, June 19, and the boys will have a dance at the Armory that evening. The dance will break up at midnight, and tickets will be 50^. A good home orchestra of six pieces will furnish the music, and a de lightful time is promised those who attend. Herb Anderson, H. C. Person and R. P. Chambers made a trip to Green Lake Sunday on the "mighty Harley" motor cycle, and tried their back at angling_for the various species of the finny tribe, but met with indifferent success. "The fish were not biting, that's all," was the only excuse to be offered. However, there were 'others who had a like experience on'that day. 'QUICK MEAL." WICK OIL STOVE THK ORIGINAL OIL STOVC EQUIPPED WITH A GLASS FOUNT SIMPLE AS A LAMP. MAKES A CLEAN AND POWERFUL BLUE FLAME. EASY TO RE-WICK OR REGULATE. HAS PORCELAIN BURNER DRUMS THATCANNOT RUST, AND AUTOMA- TIC WICK STOP WHICH PREVENTS SMOKING. BURNS ORDINARY COAL OIL At the Caley Hardware Store Dr. Lawrence ML Isgrigg SCIENTIFICALLY PRACTICING SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTICS A System of Drugless Healing. Presenting remarkable opportunity for the afflicted to obtain a cure of Chronic Stomach, Liver or Kidjaey trouble Rheumatism, Constipation, Paralysis, Consumption, or Female Trouble Diseases of the Eye, Epilepsy Asthma, Cancer Eczema, Nervousness or any organic weakness, in fact a great many diseases not reached by medicine or'surgery. OFFICES OVER HERDLISKA'S JEWELRY STORE. "..I -s?