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Qeorgel 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
rsoelpt DUNK. Publisher.
A. S. Mark came up from St. Paul
Mrs. B. P. Taylor and daughter,
Adelaide, went to Milaca last evening
to remain until Saturday with rela
J. D. Chapman of Richwood, Ohio,
arrived here on Tuesday to visit his
son, R. S Chapman, and other rela
Cream of Oil is the best kerosene or"
lamps and incubators. Sold by Mc
Ilhargey Hardware and Furniture Co.
Jay Berg and Vernon Dickey were
home over Sunday from the state uni
versity. They were accompanied by
Henry Aveiy carries a new clothing
ad in this week's Union. Call and
see what he has to offer. His stock is
always up to date,
Lost, between village of Princeton
and district 4 school houset an Ideal
Waterman fountain pen. Finder
please return to ft i on office, ltc
John Dalchow, Henry Dalchow and
Gus Kuhrfce, returned on Tuesday
evening from Longville, where they
had been looking over the country.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McMillan, Mrs.
Henry Avery and baby and Miss
Gladys Neumann made an automobile
trip to Minneapolis on Monday and
Coach W. C. Doane was down from
Milaca last Thursday putting the
Princeton high school football team
through its final stunts preparatory
to its tackling the Anokas.
If you want to be a $35 to $50 a
month man all your lifego ahead.
If you waufc bo be a~$20 to $40 a week
manwrite us. Institute of Mer
cantile Training, Minneapolis.
Are not always appreciated until a time of
trial comes. You can never truly value a hot
water bottle until you have had occasion to
use one. There are plenty of uses for them,
especially during the cooler months.
They cure pain, keep a poultice warm,
warm feet, and give you heat when and where
you want it. We won't sell you a poor one,
no matter how cheap the price may seem.
F. T. Kettelhodt advertises macki
naw, sheepskin, fur and other winter
raiment this week, besides new buck
wheat, honey, syrup, etc. Mr. Kettel
hodt carries a good stock of general
Rev. J. O. Fisher of Calumet, Mich.,
candidate for the pastorate of the
Congregational church, conducted
services in that place of worship on
Sunday. Mr. Fisher delivered a good
sermon and he is a very pleasarit
gentleman to meet.
C. A. JACK
Cheapest money on farm loans can
be had at M. S Rutherford & Co.
a bay colt 2 years
Andrew Lind, Santiago.
Mrs. E. F. Gntfflh went to the twin
cities yesterday to purchase new goods
for her store.
Rev Geo. A. Swertfager arrived
here on Tuesday evening's train from
the twin cities.
For sale cheap, a top buggy almost
new, and a bicycle. Apply to Martin
Anderson, Princeton. It
William Ross went to the cities on
Tuesday to look over a bunch of
horses which are on sale there.
Rev. I. N. Goodell, who has suc
ceeded Rev. J. W. Heard at the
Methodist church, preached his first
sermon in that edifice on Sunday and
gave every satisfaction. He is a
forceful speaker and a gentleman who
cannot fail to make friends.
William Ross has sold his span of
buckskins to Fred Neumann of the
town of Princeton. This is a pretty
pair of horses, well matched, and Mr.
Neumann is fortunate in securing
them. They were the apple of Mr.
Ross' eye and it surprises us that he
decided to part with them.
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Nelson's photos please the people.
Rev. Fisher left on Monday even
ing for his home at Calumet, Mich.
Chas. Kopp came up from Minne
apolis on Saturday and returned on
For sale, cheap, one Palace Oak
heater, good as new. Inquire of S.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Wesley Page is back to work again
driving the mail and express wagon
after a severe sick spell.
For sale or rent, a ten-room house
with good well and cistern. Apply to
J. C. Herdliska, Princeton. 38-4t
Frank Wolf has a quantity of fine
cabbage for sale. They are going fast
and those who need them should call
Mrs. Charles Keith left on Monday
evening for Duluth to attend the D.
A. R. convention and visit friends for
a few days.
Mothers, don't forget or neglect
your boys. Kopp & Bartholomew
have a fine assortment of boys' suits,
Mrs. Frank Smith and
Elinor, returned last Thursday even
ing from a visit to friends at North
Branch and St. Paul.
F. W. Party made a
I keep good horses on hand at all
times for sale. If you have horses to
sell bring them to me and I will pay
cash for them. Wm. Ross.
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
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 lahd, 23-tf
For sale, a sound, well broken
horse 4 years old, weight about 1,400
pounds. Apply to T. A. Linton,
Route 2, Dalbo, Minn. 42-3t
What? A dance' When? Friday
evening, Oct. 22. Where? In the
Maccabee hall' Who's going? We
all are' Wake up and start some
George Short of Milaca went
through here on the freight Tuesday
with a fine lot of cattle for the South
St. Paul market. Mr. Short does a
big business in cattle.
John A. Erickson of Greenbush will
shortly leave for California to spend
the winter and M. M. Stroeter will sell
his live stock, farm machinery, etc.,
at auction on Friday, October 29.
Mrs. Cool of St. Paul was here on
a hunting trip this week. She is an
expert shot and killed a nice bunch of
mallards, quail and snipe. She was
a guest of the Craig family during
The Clear Lake Times tells of the
death of Mrs. Jerry Holland, a former
resident of Santiago', at Round Top,
Mont., on the 11th inst. The remains
were brought back to the old home for
I was successful in buying two
hundred ladies' and misses' coats
from the best manufacturers at 50
cents on the dollar. If you're looking
for a nice coat and want to save from
25 to 50 per cent on each dollar come
to Mark's Great Bargain Store.
Don't miss reading the "Putting Up
O' the Stove" on gage 6. Any one
who has ever attempted to set up a
stove and fit an eight-inch pipe into a
six-inch elbow joint can appreciate
Mr. Brown's predicament. It is not
to be wondered at if he thought cuss
words if he did not say them*
The government engineers who are
surveying the Rum river near here
say that Princeton is the liveliest and
best little town they have come across
since they started on their workall
the others through which they passed
are dead in comparison. The boys
say they would like to make Prince
ton their permanent residence.
return trip to
jMrs. Dolly Olson left yesterday for
a visit in the twin-titles. ,/7^
Bruno Zimmerman has returned to
Princeton from the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Prescott
to Minneapolis on Monday.
Attorney Charles Keith went to
Paul on professional business
The Princeton starch fctory is now in
full operation and receiving stock
R. S. Chapman left on Monday for
Onamia to do some surveying in that
Kopp & Bartholomew's ad is on
page 2. Read it, then visit their store
and see for yourself.
Rev. I. N. Goodellofthe Methodist
church went to Minneapolis on Mon
day and expects to return today.
For saleA few pure bred White
Leghorn cockerels, $1.50 each. Rufus
P. Morton, Brickton, Minn. 43-2tp
Jess Angstman is now clerking for
Joseph Payette at the California
Jess is a good, reliable
O. J. Thorssen ^arrived home last
Thursday from Grantsburg, Wis.,
where he had been on a fortnight's
visit to relatives.
Ira G. Stanley departed on Tues
day morning for Galesburg, 111., on
business for the M. S. Rutherford &
Co. land company.
Rev. I. N. Goodell, the new pastor
of the Methodist church, was a guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ewing from
Saturday to Monday.
Miss Eunice James, bookkeeper at
the Caley Hardware Co. 's store, went
to the twin cities on Tuesday for a
few days visit with friends.
On Saturday, October 16, Clerk of
Court King issued a marriage license
to Burdette Bates and Minna C.
Ellingwood, both of Princeton.
One of Ogilvie's old stand-bys, Mr.
J. W. Bragg, has moved to Minne
apolis with his family, and will make
that city his home in the future.
Several old time residents of Cam
bridge, among them Mr. and Mrs. H.
J. Gould berg, have gone to the
Pacific coast to reside there perma-
painter and F. M. Penhallegon,
paperhanger, solicits a share of your
patronage and guarantees a good
job and prices the lowest. Rural
Joseph Payette and G. G.
left on Monday for Aberdeen,
for the purpose of registering
Standing Rogkand Cheyenne reserva
Don'ti Overlook the Evens Hardware
Company's ad. It tells you about
bargains in furniture and rugs. The
Evens Hardware Co. is a fair and
square firm to deal with.
Miss Mattie Galbraith is prepared
to do dressmaking or plain sewing at
reasonable rates. Call at the resi
dence, southeast of E. E. Whitney's
home, near railroad track.
The St. Cloud Business College will
save you money in books, board, and
tuition, and at the same time give you
the benefit of the most skilled teachers
and unsurpassed equipment.
L. E. Fox was home over Sunday.
He is now employed by the D. E.
Ryan Produce company of Minne
apolis and has been in Missouri and
Kansas buying apples for that firm.
An additional penalty of 10 per cent
attaches to all real estate taxes on
November 1. Therefore to avoid pay
ing this extra amount you must settle
with the county treasurer before that
Strayed, a Scotch collie dog
answering to the name of "Taft."
Direction in which dog went is
known. Whosoever has taken it up
will please return to William Ross,
Persons in neeed of a standard
make, high-grade sewing machine
should not fail to register their bids
at Ewings' music store. It is a New
Home machine and bids will close on
Dr. Neumann was called to the farm
of Ole Berglund, 14 miles east of
town, on Monday to prescribe for a
horse suffering from azoturia, a
disease which usually proves fatal.
Dr. Neumann believes the horse will
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
A. E. Allen & Co. advertise their
winter goodsladies' coats, furs, un
derwear, etc.in this number. A
very large stock of everything neces
sary for the cold weather has just
been received at this store. Allen &
Co. can be depended upon to do as
they advertise. ,c
Largest and Most Complete Line of
Cotton Fleeced and Wool Underwear.
Fleece lined, per garment 39c
Heavy fleece lined 50c
Fancy ribbed, per garment $1.00
All wool, per garment |,2 5
3 for comfort
modeled on plaster
ft of real feet. This
7 why it fits and
J its shape.
Ask the dealer
'A belowto show
B7 you the latest
A ''pHE largest and most complete line ever brought to Prince-
S ton for men, women and children. The rearrangement
Good Kersey with fine rat collar jjQ.gg
Good Kersey, plush lined $20.00 and $25.00
Plush Lined Coats, With or Without Fur Collars,
Semi-Fitting or Loose Back.
Good kersey, muskrat collar $10.00
Good kersey, muskrat collar 13,50
Extra fine kersey, muskrat collar 18.00
Extra fine kersey, plush lined
Large line of ladies' semi-fitting coats, newest styles,
trimmed with jet buttons, a very stylish coat
$15.00 to $30.00
We have just received a large and well
selected line of fur sets, etc. Prices
75c to $25.00
Ho need of slippers
FOR SALE BY
General Merchandise Vl
PRINCETON J& je s& MINNESOT A 0
$|50 0 $|8a5 0 (X
A fine line to select from, ranging in
price, per garment, from
25c to $2,50
Children's from jjc to
Felt Shoes for Men,
Ladies and Children,
Just what you need
for cold weather.
Call and see them.