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title: 'The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, October 21, 1909, Page 8, Image 8',
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The Black Hawk Mercantile Co. an
nounces in this issue of the Union a
sale of clolthing at jobbers' prices.
Read the ad on page 6.
A dance will be given at the M. W.
A. hall, Spencer Brook, on Friday
evening, October 29 A general invi
tation is extended.
The Ladies' Aid society of the M.
E. church will meet with Mrs. Verge
Hatcher on Wednesday afternoon.
There will be work for all.
Princeton friends of George E.
Hatcher have received word that he
was recently married to Miss Frances
Schimelpfenig at Fargo, N. D.
William Hiller and wife of St. Fran
cis were in town shopping on Tues
day Mr. Hiller, who is a prosper
ous farmer, made the Union force
a pleasant visit.
For sale, about 13,000 feet of mixed
lumberoak, elm, ash and basswood
and 1,500 feet of hard maple flooring,
on section 14, Greenbush. Apply to
J. Coyne, Princeton. ltp
Mrs. H. Bines returned home
last Wednesday evening from a three
weeks' visit with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose
O'Kelliher, at Minneapolis.
Mrs. E. M. Chapman arrived here
on Monday evening from St. Cloud
and returned on Tuesday afternoon
by team. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Grow
went to St. Cloud in the same vehicle.
John Bursley was here from Santi
ago yesterday to obtain medicine for
his wife, who for five weeks has been
suffering from acute bronchitis and
does not show any signs of improve
Mrs. T. H. Caley returned on Tues
day evening from a visit of three
weeks at Spokane, Tacoma and other
places the west. Notwithstanding
he passed a very enjoyable time she
was glad to get back to Princeton.
Ewings' music store has a change
of ad this week calling attention to the
new pianos which are now in stock.
Pianos and organs of the very best
standard makes are carried at all
times by this firm and, if the pur
chaser so desires, they may be ob
tained on easy monthly payments.
High-grade sewing machines are also
-sold at Ewings' music store on easy
Our well known lines of Ladies' Coats are
this year more fashionable than ever. New
numbers are being received by us every day.
Stylish and durable coats with the latest trim
mings. All we ask is come and see our line.
Ladies' cloth coats at
$5.00 and Up
Ladies' plush lined coats at
$2100 to $36.00
We Take Orders for Ladies' Fur Coats
Mrs. Josie Zimmerman went to Min
neapolis yesterday to spend a few
tJays with friends.
Everything in fall and winter wear
ables for men and boys at Kopp &
Bartholomew's. See their ad on
Fifty-five tubs of butter were manu
factured by the Princeton Co-opera
tive creamery for the week ending
Monday. The price paid for butterfat
is kept at the top notch and the cream
er 's patronage is steadily increasing.
Bob King, Mike Mahoney and Tom
Kaliher made a fast trip to St. Cloud
on Friday in the automobile of the
last named. The swiftness with which
the machine went is said to have given
Mr. King a slight touch of the
The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish
Emanuel church, Princeton, will give
a basket social in the church parlors
on Wednesday evening, October 27, at
8 o'clock. The proceeds will be used
for the benefit of the church. Every
The Theta Beta entertainment in
the Congregational church on Tues
day evening was much enjoyed by the
audience. Miss Harriet Hetland
proved herself to be an exceptionally
good elocutionist and the remainder
of the program was ably presented.
Fred Mankd and Andrew Sjoblom
went to the big bog in the latter's
machine on Friday and succeeded in
bagging ten ducks and six chickens
on the trip. Andrew showed signs,
when he returned to town, of having
been mired, but he emphatically denied
If you have paid only one-half of
your real estate taxes you must pay
the remaining one-half before Novem
ber 1 if you wish to avoid the ten per
cent penalty. The county treasurer
has no option in the matter. If he
does not charge the penalty he is per
sonally liable for the same.
A reception was given yesterday
afternoon by the Ladies' Aid society
of the Methodist church at Mrs. Guy
Ewing's for Mrs. William Orton, who
will shortly leave for Montana
to live with her sons. There were
about twenty-five present and Mrs.
Orton was presented with a beautiful
A masquerade ball will be given at
Markgraf's hall, Brickton, on Satur
day next, October 23. Spectators and
persons unmasked will be charged
an admission fee of 10 cents. Prizes
will be awarded for the best and
homeliest costumes. Refreshments
will be served and Fred Bach and
Fred Ross will furnish the music.
Maskers may use the-Markgraf home
for dressing purposes. The public is
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Underwear for the whole family^ "We have
purchased large lots of under garments and had
them all bought early and ahead of all ad
vances and are in a position to sell underwear
at very low prices.
Special: Men's all wool, knitted un- flf)
derwear, pure white, per suit ViUU
Ladies' fleeced underwear, per garment 25c
Ladies' fleeced underwear, per garment 50
Ladies' wool underwear, grey and white,
per garment $1.00
Ladies' underwear, pure wool, a garment $|,50
Everything in children's underwear, wool and
Church Topics sm I
i I 4 fc 4
Communion services and reception
of new members in Saron church,
Greenbush, Sunday October 24, at
10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.
Communion services and reception
of new members in Emanuel church,
Princeton, at 3 p. m. Sunday school
at 2 p. m.
A confirmation class will be organ
ized in both churches next Sunday.
Both the Swedish and English lan
guages will be used.
The Ladies' Aid society of Livonia
church will meet with Mrs. Isaac
Johnson on Thursday, October 28, at
2 p. Everybody is most cordially
invited to attend.
A. Lundquist, Pastor.
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
GRAIN, HAY, ETC.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern 97
Wheat, No. 2 Northern 95
Wheat, No. 3 Northern 92
Wild hay 3.00
Tame hay 6.00(3)7.00
Fat beeves, per ft 3c 3ic
Calves, per fe 4c 5c
Hogs, per cwt $7.00 $7.50
Sheep, per ft 3c@4c
Hens, old, per ft 7c@8c.
Springers, per ft 9c@10c
PRINCETON ROLLER MILXi QUOTATIONS.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern 97
Wheat, No. 2 Northern 95
Minneapolis, Wednesday evening.
Wheat, No. 1 hard, $1.04$ No. 1 Nor
thern, S1.04J No. 2 Northern, $1.0 2.
White Oats, 37fc No 3, 3filc.
Flax, No. 1, $1.63|.
Corn, No. 3 Yellow, 59Jc.
If your farm is for sale, list it with
Robt. H. King and he will find you a
THJii PMHOETOK TimoyfWpHSBAY, (^fflHSg
O EG to announce that our stock of winter goods is now complete in all lines. And we can truthfully
say we have the largest stock of the best selected merchandise ever shown here Everything in
outer wearing apparel is of the latest fashions and fabrics. Everything in under wearing garments is of
the very best quality obtainable. We invite the most careful buyers to come in and look over our goods
now that selections and sizes are at the best. Our motto: "Keep the Quality Up."
Ladies* Furs and Muffs. A Large Assortment
Men's Fur Coats, Plush Lined Coats, Sheep Skin Lined Coats
7 Announcements. EPISCOPAL.
Sunday, October 18In Hope
church, Congregational church,
Princeton, evening prayer and sermon
at 3 p. m.
Isaac Houlgate, Pastor.
E. ALLEeN & CO.
We challenge all competition on blankets.
We are buying large quantities of blankets, the
finest made. We carry the largest selection of
blankets in town and at the lowest prices.
Cotton Blankets at
50c 75c 85c $1.00 $1.10
$1.25 $1.50 $1.75
Wool Blankets at
$4.00 up to $1 i.00
Be** JS & Princeton, Minnesota
Even Hardware Co
Headquarters For Bargains. The Home of
Good Furniture Honestly Priced
This is a good
reau with bevel
plate glass usu-
ally sold for
Extension Table 6 foot
Know Us Better. It Means Money to You
We have the largest stock shown put- j|\
side of the cities. Come in and see our
velvet rugs, 9x12 for
This is a regular $20.00 value.