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The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, October 28, 1909, Image 5

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Special sale at A. E. Allen & Co.'s.
Saturday.
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ness College
Attorney Foster and W. J. West of
Milaca were here on business at the
court house Monday.
J. C. Stark has been here from St.
Cloud setting up monuments. He re
turned home on Monday.
Don't overlook L. G, Prescott, the
jeweler, if you are looking for bar
gains in clocks, watches or jewelry.
Cream of Oil is the best kerosene for
lamps and incubators. Sold by Mc
Ilhargey Hardware and Furniture Co.
Princeton. 48
A license was issued on Tuesday to
Chancy A. Hoskins and Charlotte
Chesley, both of Vineland, by Clerk
of Court King.
Mrs. Ambrose O'Kelliher and Miss
Mary Newbert returned to Minne
apolis on Monday after a few days'
visit with Mrs. C. H. Rines.
Claire Cravens was here from Min
neapolis this week visiting rela
tives. He is now employed in the
printing department of the Powers'
store.
We teach window dressing, show
card writing, advertising and mer
chandising. Our graduates draw $20
to $40 a week. Institute of Mercantile
Training, Minneapolis:
Olive oil, when pure, is one of the most
perfect of foods. It is all nutriment and it
helps to cleanse the system and keep it free
from waste matter. Olive oil is used more
each succeeding year and it becomes important
that a brand be regularly used that is known to
be pure. Our special grade ot Maltese Cross
Olive Oil is not only pure but is perfect in
other respects, is of the proper color and densi
ty and has the delicate flavor only found in
oils that are expressed from properly selected
olives.
Mrs. Ed. Millett left on Monday for
Becker, where she will visit for a week
and then proceed to her home at Deer
River. She was a guest of Mrs. Mary
Millett while in Princeton.
The St. Cloud Business College is
the school for the ambitious young
men and womenthose who really
aspire to be and become prominent in
the world of business. Expert and
experienced teachers in every depart
ment.
William Reynolds of Missoula,
Montana, arrived here on Saturday
and left on Monday for St. Cloud to
visit his brother, George. Mr.'
Reynolds, who formerly lived in
Princeton, but had hot been here for
twenty-five years, was on his way to
Alabama.
Wahkon is fast pushing to the front.
The latest industry to locate there is
a box factory which will be operated
by Kibby & Coleman of Bennetville.
They will erect their building as soon
as possible and install their plant.
In the spring, says the Enterprise,
Mr. Ebner of Dayton will move his
large plant to Wahkon and join in
terests with Kibby & Coleman.
C. A. JACK
THe Druggist
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George I. Staples ts 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
receipt. R. c. DUNN. Publisher.
Falls Busi-
Princeton will hold a market day on
Saturday, October 30.
Mrs. E. E. Whitney returned from
the west on Saturday.
Wanted, a girl for general house
work. Apply at Union office.
Special ladies' and gent's coat sale
market day at A. E. Allen & Co.'s.
Cheapest money on farm loans can
be had at M. S. Rutherford & Co.'s.
35-tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bartholomew
were visiting in Minneapolis over
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Allen and child
were guests of relatives at Milaca over
Sunday.
Lester Gaffey of Anoka was a guest
of William Ross from Saturday to
Monday.
M. J. Rawn came in on Saturday
and started out on the road again
Monday.
Mrs. Byron Dilley arrived here on
Thursday evening from Beach, N. D.,
to visit relatives and friends.
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DO IT NOW!
If you know yourself to be indebted
to the Union now is the time to liqui
date the indebtedness. Don't wait
for a statement of your account. We
need the money that is due us and
need it NOW. THE UNION.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pierson went to
the twin cities on Tuesday for a short
visit.
John Levau of Foreston was 'among
the Union numerous callers on
Saturday.
A. E. Allen went to the twin cities
on Tuesday in the interest of his
business.
Harvey Robideau on Saturday left
for Omaha, where he expects to find
employment.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best*
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Special sale of wall paper for two
weeks, commencing Monday, Novem
ber 1, at Jack's drug store.
For sale or rent, a ten-room house
with good well and cistern. Apply to
J. C. Herdliska, Princeton. 38-4t
For a large stock of up-to-date
dress goods visit the big dry goods
department of A. E. Allen & Co.i
Hundreds of men's suits and over
coats to choose from at Kopp &
Bartholomew's store from $5.00 to
$25.00.
Take advantage of our special sale
of wall paper. Thirty-three and a
third per cent discount at. Jack's
drug store.
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.
Ed. Hall left for Minneapolis on
Tuesday to visit his uncle, Frank,
who recently sustained a fracture of
one of his legs.
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
W. A. Lund, who has been to Pad
dington, N. D., returned to Princeton
on Tuesday and proceeded to his
home at Spencer Brook.
Mrs. Charles Keith on Tuesday left
for Minneapolis to attend the, state
convention of the Daughters of the
American Revolution.
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
Wm. Bornholdb, who recently pur
chased the Jos. Kuhn farm at Boyn
lake, was a pleasant caller at the
i on office on Tuesday.
M. L. Rutherford of Ranier, Ore
gon, is here on a visit to his uncle,
aunt and cousin, Mr. and Mrs. M. S.
Rutherford and daughter, Mildred.
Mr. and Mrs. JohnQ. Erickson ar
rived here on Saturday to look over
their farm in Wyanett and returned to
their home in Minneapolis on Mon
day.
Miss Bertha Woodcock and her
brother, Fremont, will leave for Medi
cine Hatf
Saturday. Fremont came
down from the weather factory last
week.
Mrs. Otto Henschel and two children
returned on Monday evening from1
Cornelius, Oregon, where they have
been visiting Mrs. Henschel's mother
for a month.
Mrs. Charles Keith returned on
Saturday evening from Duluth, where
she attended the convention of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
and entertained at a banquet the
Greyselon Du Luth chapter of that
organization.
Mr. and Mr. L. J. Chadbourne and
son returned to Minneapolis on Mon
day morning. They were accom
panied as far as Elk River by Mrs.
C. H. Chadbourne, who will visit at
that place for a short time and then
go to Minneapolis to reside.
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Market day October 30.
Shoe sale at A. E. Allen & Co. 's.
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Nelson^ photos please the people.
Ginseng root bought at Jack's drug
store. ?T *t"
Hamilton Carhartt overalls and
gloves at A. E. Allen & Co.'s.
Herman Miller went to Anoka yes
terday morning on land business.
Get a sample of the good, pure
apple cider at California Fruit store
Saturday.
Mrs. Ben Van Roekel of Milo was
a pleasant caller at the Union office
yesterday morning.
The many friends of Mrs. Eva Keith
will be pleased to know that she is
fast recovering her health.
Just step into the California Fruit
store Saturday if you want a barrel
of good apples at a very low price.
For saleA few pure bred White
Leghorn cockerels, $1.50 each. Rufus
P. Morton, Brickton, Minn. 43-2tp
Read Kopp & Bartholomew's ad on
page 2. They always carry a large
up-to-date stock at reasonable prices.
Pay the remaining half of your real
estate taxes on or before Saturday
and avoid the ten per cent penalty.
Frank Wolf has a quantity of fine
cabbage for sale. They are going fast
and those who need them should call
at once. 44 2tp
Leo Peters, who recently moved
onto the Frank Maihack farm, was a
pleasant caller at the Union office
on Saturday.
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 land. 23-tf
Men's fur coats, men's sheepskin
lined coats. Consider quality and our
prices are the lowest. A. E. Allen
& Co.
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Cooney are
visiting relatives at Afton and will
return to Princeton tomorrow even
ing.
For sale, a seven-roomed house and
two lots located on First street. For
further particulars apply to John
McCool. 44-2tc
A. A. Mohaupt of Blue Hill and his
mother left on Tuesday for Duluth,
where they expect to in future make
their home.
R. I. Hawkins, Milaca, pays as
high as 17 cents a pound for calf
skins other hides in proportion.
References: Either bank. 4-4tfc
F. M. Penhallegon, painter and
paperhanger, solicits a share of your
patronage and guarantees a good
job and prices the lowest. Rural
telephone. 19-tf
Mr. Farmer, have you an old fur
coat that you want relined or re
paired? If so, bring it to Kopp &
Bartholomew. If not we have 50 new
ones to sell you.
Martin Leach returned on Monday
from Dodge Center, where he has
been visiting old friends for three
weeks. He brought with him a sack
of wild crabapples.
The Yeomen lodge will give a Hal
lowe'en frolic at Odd Fellows' hall
tomorrow evening to commence at.
8:30 o'clock. A dance will conclude
the evening's entertainment.
The second football team of the
East Minneapolis high school will
play the Princeton eleven on Satur
day afternoon, November 6, at the
fair grounds in Princeton.
The Woman's Relief association
will be entertained by Mrs. L. G.
Prescott on Friday afternoon,
November 5, at 3 o'clock. All
members are asked to be there.
In the first 215 names drawn in the
government land lottery at Aberdeen,
S. D., there does not appear that of
any one residing in this part of the
country. William J. Engel of Butte,
Neb drew prize No 1.
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
The attention of the Union
readers is called to the following new
ads: P. L. Roadstrom, Evens Hard
ware Co., F. T. -Kettelhodt, A. E.
Allen & Co., A. S. Mark, L. G. Pres
cott, A. W. Martin, C. A. Jack,
Armitage Drug Co.
What Time Is It, Please?
Rockford and Illinois watches will
give you the correct time. L. G.
Prescott, the jeweler, has them in
all grades. Next to Evens Hardware
Store, Main street, Princeton.
Brighten Up Your Baggies.
I am now prepared to paint" and
varnish buggies or other vehicles and
polish or varnish' furniture. I can
make your old buggies or furniture
look as good as new. ,._
Dan Spaulding,
Residence and workshop at L. P.
Southard's, across street from Ra
deke store, north Princeton. 44-2tc
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Men's Underwear
Largest and Most Complete Line of
Cotton FJeeced and Wool Underwear.
Fleece lined, per garment 39c
Heavy fleece lined 50c
Fancy ribbed, per garment $ 1,00
All wool, per garment |,25
and durability,
modeled on plaster
of real feet. This
why it fits and
its shape.
Ask the dealer
belowto show
you the latest
styles.
PRINCETON
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XTTE have them in many fabrics and at many prices, and
they are garments splendidly tailored. No store in
town can show such a stylish and complete assortment. Then
there are our furs for ladiesfurs selected by one experienced
in handling that line of goods. They are furs which will
appeal to the fancy of the most particular buyer. We respect
fully ask you to inspect our new lines.
Ladies* Coats
ff Plush Lined Coats, With or Without Fur Collars,
Semi-Fitting or Loose Back.
jZ Good kersey, muskrat collar $|0,Q0
Good kersey, muskrat collar 13,50
S Extra fine kersey, muskrat collar 18.00
fZ Extra fine kersey, plush lined 25.00
Large line of ladies' semi-fitting coats, newest styles,
trimmed with jet buttons, a very stylish coat
$15.00 to $30.00
$ Men's Coats
Vy Good Kersey with fine rat collar $10.98 $15.00 SS8.50
Good Kersey, plush Unedl $20.00 and $25.00
Ladies'Furs and
Scarfs
We have just received a large and well
selected line of fur sets, etc. Prices
75c to $25.00
lio need of slippers
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Gotzian
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Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Underwear
A fine line to select from, ranging in
price, per garment, from
25c to $2.50
Children's from {%c to
ROADSTROM
General Merchandise
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Shoes Rubbers
Over- shoes
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Felt Shoes for Men,
Ladies and Children,
Just what you need
for cold weather.
Call and see them.
MINNESOTA &
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