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The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, November 04, 1909, Image 5

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Ira G. Stanley went to Iowa on
business for the M. S. Rutherford
Land company Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kenfield are
visiting relatives in Minneapolis.
Th,ey went down on Tuesday.
Mrs. L. G. Prescott will entertain
the Woman's Relief association
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
You don't know how much you can
save on your winterwear until you
call at Mark's Great Bargain Store.
For a course in bookkeeping and
shorthand attend the St. Cloud Busi
ness College, Lewis H. Vath, Prin.
45-tfc
Call at Roadstrom's and examine
the new line of ribbons, ladies' silk
scrafs, gloves, etc.a splendid selec
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hallovvell
went to the twin cities on Tuesday
morning and returned Wednesday
evening
Cream of Oil is the best kerosene for
lamps and incubators. Sold by Mc
Uhargey Hardware and Furniture Co.
Princeton. 48
M. L. Rutherford, nephew of M. S.
Rutherford, who has been here on a
lsit, returned to his home at Ranier,
Oregon, on Saturday.
Peterson & Nelson have engaged
Andrew Anderson of Burkhardt, Wis.,
an experienced blacksmith and horse
shoer, bo work in their shop.
Aulger Rines says that the team
which hauled the biggest load of po
tatoes to market on Saturday was
purchased from him by Carl Dehn.
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Chinaware, glassware, toys, games
and many useful articles may be
found at the Golden Rule Notion
store, next to Evens Hardware store.
A game of football between the
Princeton and East Minneapolis high
school teams will be played at the
fair grounds in this village on Satur
day afternoon next.
The sick require pure and potent remedies
and we can always be depended upon to sup-
ply them. Recovery is apt to be aided also by
a variety of articles which come under the gen-
eral head of sick-room supplies. We carry all
such goods for which there is any demand, and
in case of sickness it will be advisable to come
here for them. The quality is certain to be
satisfactory and the prices reasonable.
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Items,
Of Interest
various sources.
George I 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
receipt DUNK. Publisher.
Wanted, a girl for general house
work. Apply at Union office.
Rufus P. Morton went to the twin
cities on brick business Tuesday.
Mrs. R. F. Lynch was among the
southbound passengers on Tuesday.
Canning pears, the very best, at 40cookies
cents a peck. California Fruit sto-e
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Bibeau on Friday, October 27.
Cheapest money on farm loans can
be had at M. S. Rutherford & Co. 's.
35-tf
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Lefavor of Baldwin on Tues
day.
Remember the Golden Rule Notion
store when you are looking for
bargains.
The November term of the district
court will commence at Princeton on
November 15.
Jacob Mahler of Foreston was here
on market day and called at the
Union office.
Call at the Golden Rule Notion
store, next to Evens Hardware store,
Princteon, Minn.
Jonas Modm, a prosperous farmer
of Pease, was among the Union's
callers on Friday.
Thirty teachers from Mille Lacs
county attended the convention of the
State Educational association at Min
neapolis last week. This is an exApply
ceptionally good showing.
Leon Neely is now employed in C.
A. Jack's drug store. His aim is to
become a pharmacist, and there is nomain
place in the northwest where he could
receive more thorough instruction
than at C. A. Jack's.
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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.
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ness College
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A. S. Mark returned to St. Paul on
Monday morning.
Quinces and sweet apples at the
California Fruit store.
We carry a nice line of assorted
and biscuits. California
Fruit store.
On Monday a girl arrived at theand
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Looney
of Zimmerman.
An elegant assortment of furs at
Roadstrom's. Now is the time to buy
them at reasonable prices.
Special sale of wall paper for two
weeks, commencing Monday, Novem
ber 1, at Jack's drug store.
Fifty sample skirts in all colors, $5
values, special for Saturday, $2.98.
Mark's Great Bargain Store.
Mrs. E. F. Gritffih went to the cities
on Tuesday to purchase winter milli
nery and notions for her store.
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 alltwo
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
Mrs. L. G. Prescott has a very
pretty display at the Golden Rule on
Main steet, the show window being
especially attractive.
While handling a gun recently Fred
die Haggberg of Isle sustained a pain
ful injury to one of his hands by its
accidental discharge.
County Auditor Whitney has just
received notice that the state aid to
the Princeton and Milacahigh schools
is $1,900 in each instance.
O. Mitchell, representing the auto
mobile department of the Interna
tional Harvester Co., was over from
St Cloud on business Friday.
S. W. Koon of St. Paul, special
agent of the Minnesota Mutual Life
Insurance company, was in Princeton
on Friday and called at the Union
office.
On the nights of November 12, 13
and 14, say the astronomers, there
will be meteoric showersstar shoots
and the phenomena will be one of
splendor.
For two weeks, commencing Mon
day, November 1, we will sell wall
papers at one-third off in order to
make room for new stock. Jack's
Drug Store.
Stop and inspect the window of Mrs.
G. Prescott's Golden Rule Notion
store, in room occupied by L.
G.Frank
Prescott, the jeweler, next to Evens
Hardware store.
L. Paulle of Minneapolis was on a
quail hunt with William Cordiner and
Magnus Sjoblom on Sunday. The
three of them came near cleaning up
the available supply.
On Saturday, November 13, I wijl
commence buying hides and furs at
my old stand, near Evens hardware
store.. Minneapolis prices will be
paid. Allen E. Hayes. 45-tfc
For sale, about 40 cords of mixed
four-foot cordwood, cut last winter,
good, sound wood, $1.50 per cord.
to A. F. Wresch, one mile
northeast of Freer postoffice. 45-tfo
Isaiah Mudgett came back from
Onamia on Monday and expects to re
for the winter. He has been
managing the business of the Mille
Lacs Investment and Improvement
company at that place.
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Cash paid for, ginseng root at
Jack's drug store.
Gus Lind went to Minneapolis on
potato business Monday.
Bring your ginseng root to Jack's
drug store and get cash for it.
Lowell Chad bourne came up from
Minneapolis Monday evening on busi
ness.
Rev. Geo. A. Swertfager arrived
here on Tuesday evening for a short
visit.
Philip Boer and Herman Markgraf
of Brickton were in the cities on busi
ness Tuesday.
L. E. Fox came home on Monday
evening and started out on the road
again on Tuesday.
We have a nice lot of apples that we
will dispose of at a very low price.
California Fruit store.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Mrs. Fred Keasling returned on
Saturday to Minneapolis after a fort
night's visit with relatives.
Take advantage of the special 10 per
cent discount on cloaks and furs at
Mark's Great Bargain Store.
Mrs. Mary Claggett, after a fort
night's visit with friends here, re
turned to Hokpins yesterday.
Attorney McMillan went to St. Paul
on Monday and on the following day
argued a case before the supreme
court.
We are pleased to note that Louis
Lidstrom of Cambridge won a good
prize in the government land lottery.
His number was in the 1,300 column.
Frank Wolf has a quantity of fine
cabbage for sale. They are going fast
those who need them should call
at once. 44 2tp
Mis#s Mae Davis of Elk River is
presiding over the notion department
at the Golden RuleMrs. L. G.
Prescott's store.
Mrs. Henry Mallette of Milaca was
a guest of Mrs. T. H. Caley on Mon
day. She returned to her home on
the evening train.
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
Ask to be shown Mark's special
tailored men's suits and overcoats at
a discount of 10 per cent off. Mark's
Great Bargain Store.
For sale, a seven-roomed house and
lots located on First street. For
further particulars apply to John
McCopl. 44-2tc
Mrs. Lucy Towne, who was former
ly Mrs. S. M. Byers and a resident of
Princeton, died at Weldon, Colorado,
on October 24 from a stroke of
paralysis.
R. I. Hawkins, Milaca, pays as
high as 17 cents a pound for calf
skins other hides in proportion.
References: Either bank. 44-tfe
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. and Mrs. N. B. E. 'Neumann
and family of Zimmerman were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Neumann and
family on Sunday. Mrs. Neumann
remained over until Wednesday.
We send the name and addresses of
a number of graduates now drawing
$20 to $40 a week. Write. We can fit
you for a good position. Institute of
Mercantile Training, Minneapolis.
The new advertisements in this
number are Evens Hardware com
pany, C. A. Jack, A. E. Allen & Co.,
Kopp & Bartholomew, Armitage Drug
store, P. L. Roadstrom and Solomon
Long.
Ernest Sellhorn departed on Mon
day for the weather factoryMedicine
Hatand promised to see the old
chap who turns on the wintry blasts
with a view to getting less of them
directed toward Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Swaim and
family left on Tuesday for Wrenshall,
wnere they will visit Mr. and Mrs.
Reem for a week and then pro
ceed to Hope, Idaho They expect to
make Hope their premanent residence.
Rev. J. O. Fisher of Calumet,
Michigan, has been engaged by the
Congregationalists to occupy the
pulpit for the ensuing year. Mr.
Fisher will hold services at the Con
gregational church on Sunday next.
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.
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Potatoes have been marketed steadi
ly throughout the week, the prices
fluctuating somewhat, but remaining
practically within the same range as
those prevailing last week. Rose and
Burbanks are down a few points to
day while the market price of Tri
umphs is 75 cents.
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The Bradford correspondent of
Cambridge Independent-Press compli
ments Princeton's worthy priest who
is always ready and willing to
respond to a call from the sick and
afflicted: "Rev. Father evings of
Princeton was called to Bradford last
Monday at the request of Mrs. Ed.
Kienitz. Father Levmgs responded
promptly and Mrs. Kienitz and family
were much pleased with the prompt
ness with which the summons was
answered."
Several car loads of potatoes have
been shipped from here this week to
Princeton for storage purposes. This
is surely worse than taking coals to
Newcastle.Elk River Star-News.
One of our enterprising firms of
potato dealers, W. H. Ferrell & Co.,
purchased and had shipped in here
six carloads of Red River valley
Early Ohio potatoes for seed. Some
of our growers are of the opinion that
a change of seed occasionally is a
good thing. Others claim they have
experimented with foreign seed and
the result was not satisfactory. We
hope there will be a fair test made
both on clay and sandy loam soil
next year.
Brighten Up Your Buggies.
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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YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND i
Goods that Appeal to the Fancy
Just now we are receiving consignments of new
ff merchandise dailythe very best selections that
money will buy. Winter goods are pouring in
and among them are stylish furnishings for
women. For instance, a pretty variety of silk
scarfs arrived but yesterdayscarfs that cannot
fail to please the most fastidious. Then we
have silk-lined Mocha gloves at from 25c to 50c
splendid values.
i A Large Assortment of Plain
I and Fancy Ribbon Has
Also Just Arrived
You can form, of course, but a faint idea of our
new stock unless you examine it. .We invite
you to call and shall be pleased to show you
all the latest goods
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PRINCETON & & & MINNESOTA
You Wh Spend Twice for Fuel
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1A saving of one-third in fuel over any
lower draft stove of the same size, with
soft coal, slack or lignite
2That Cole's Hot Blast will use less hard
coal for heating: a given space than any
base burner made with same sizefirepot.
3That the rooms can be heated from one
to two hours each morning with the
soft coal or hard coal put in the stove
the evening before
4That the stove will hold fire with soft
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For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest' rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
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"HI listen to reason. If it was
-'H"* U?t*l-Iiper use will save at least And
coal from Saturday night until Monday
morning
5A uniform heat day and night, with soft
coal, hard coal or lignite
6That e\ ery stove will remain absolutely
air-tight as long as used
7That the feed-door is and will remain
smoke and dust-proof.
All we ask is that the stove shall be
operated according to directions and set
up with a good flue.
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Ewings' Music Store
On Sunday Dr. Cooney operated on
the 10-year-old daughter of Wm.
Thompson of Glendorado for ap
pendicitis. The patient is progressing
favorably toward recovery.
Dr. A. G. Aldrich of Anoka, assist
ed by Dr. Cooney, on Tuesday per
formed an operation for deafness on
the 8-year-old son of Henry Hess.
The ailment was produced by
anwhen
abscess in the head. It is expected
that the boy will fully recover the
sense of hearing.
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W E have them
ous grades to sell on
monthly installments if
so desired. "We have
now on hand a splendid
assortment to select from
and the prices
reasonable.
are very
A postal sent to R. I. Hawkins,
Milaca, will bring information re
garding furs and hides. Have you
ever sold to him. "Try him once.
44-tfc.
Masquerade Ball
In the Blue Hill town hall on Satur
day evening, "November 13, Henry
Garloff will give a masquerade ball,
prizes will be awarded for the
best and homeliest costumes. Supper
may be obtained in the hall. Music
for the dance will be furnished by
Shaw & Peterson's orchestra. Tickets
for dance 50 cents. All are invited
and an enjoyable time is promised
those who attend. 45-2tc
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