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Nelson's photos please the people.
W. H. Ferrell made a business trip
to the twin cities on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Caley returned
on Friday from a trip to Little Rock,
J. A. Jetsinga of Pease was down
here on business at the court house on
Miss Esther Chalstrom went to Min
neapolis on Tuesday for a couple of
days visit with friends.
For sale, about 100 bushels of good
barley at my place, section 4, town of
Greenbush. A. B. Gramer. 14-2tp
Mrs. H. Kirsch arrived here on Sat
urday from St. Paul for a visit to
her sister, Mrs. T. H. Prowse.
Michael Mahoney returned on Mon
day evening from St Cloud, where he
has been visiting relatives for a few
The Princeton State bank makes
farm loans at the lowest rate. No de
Jay, money ready soon as papers are
Reserved seats for Pink & Gray's
Big Show on sale at Avery's clothing
store. Show commences at 8:15 p. m.
sharp on April 13
I have 50 acres of land within the
village limits of Princeton which I
desire to rent for corn raising pur
poses only. F. C. Cater. 16-tfc
Mrs Chas. Whitney is visiting rel
atives at her old home in Sparta, Wis.
She left here on Tuesday and expects
to be gone a fortnight.
James Munro of Morris was the
guest of Miss Ouida Brown from
Tuesday to Friday of last week.
Miss Helen B. Shove of the Little
Falls high school faculty visited Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Keith over Sunday.
K. Burrell has again gone into
the hotel business at Beach, N. D. He
took possession of the hostelry which
he formerly conducted on April 1.
Henry Marshall came down from
Warroad on Tuesday morning and
will remain until the latter part of the
month. He likes the country up north.
Mrs. C. E Wolfenden of Wonewoc,
Wis and Miss Harriet Funk of Min
neapolis were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Plaas on Tuesday and Wed
Dr. F. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Friday and Satur
day, May 5 and
and glasses fitted,
We carry a complete line of Paints and
Painters' Supplies and are in a position to
make right prices on them. No matter how
small or large a job of painting you think of
doing don't fail to see our stock and get our
prices. It is sure to mean satisfaction and is
apt to mean a saving.
Open Sundays from a. m. to 1 m.
C. A. JACK
The Rescall Druggist
from various source*.
George I. Staples la the only person who Is
authorized to collect money due this office. In
every case the party paying money is entitled
lo and should insist upon receiving a printed
reoelpt DUNN. Publisher
6. Eyes examined
Office at Commer-
Edmund Young has equipped his
livery stable with new rigs and is pre
pared to give the public first-class
service. He also has an automobile
for rapid transportation. 15-ltc
Frank Goulding and Tom Kaliher
were in Elk River on Tuesday.
They came back in Frank's machine,
which for some reason or other he left
behind the last time he was down.
Rev. Father Levings drove to Mora
on Sunday and conducted funeral ser
vices over the remains of James Welch
at that place. Mr. Wejch was 51aca
years of age and is survived by a
wife, son and daughter.
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 on
page 8 the latest styles for spring and
specials for Easter. Call at the store
tomorrow and Saturday. You will
be sure to find among the pretty
things displayed something that
Mrs. E. F. Griffith was among the
down-river passengers yesterday.
Archie Jones visited friends in the
twin cities from Monday to Wednes
Miss Nellie Larkin and Miss Mary
Larkin visited friends in Minneapolis
Mrs. Ed. Cilley, who has
with rheumatism for the
weeks, is improving.
Charley Blocker went down river
on Tuesday to bring back a team of
horses for L. C. Hummel.
M. Nicholson, Great Northern road
superintendent with headquarters at
Melrose, was through here in hisfour
special car on Tuesday.
If you want a nice healthy color on
your lawn this summer call at thepaper
Caley Hardware company's store and
secure a special fertilizer for that pur
H. J. Jaeger, traveling agent for
the state home for orphans at Owa
tonna, was in Princeton the latter part
of last week and the Union
debted for a call.
THE PBIKCET ON XJNIOKr
Frank Peterson was down
Beach, N. D., last week. He is con
ducting a shoe store at that place.
O. M.-Warner, buttermaker at theM.
Princeton Co-operative creamery, has
purchased the S. A. Cravens residence
Serenus P. Skahen came up from
the state university on Monday even
ing to spend a few days at his home.
For sale, a large size iron gray
mare colt, 3 years old, broken. Time
given if desired. Apply to J. J.
Fred Hass left on Monday for Min
neapolis, where he has secured a po
sition as traveling ,man for a whole
Rev. Lundquist went to Minneapolis
on Monday to atiend a conference of
Swedish Lutheran ministers and reentered
turned last evening.
Miss Bertha Koehler, who teaches
in district 57, will leave for her home
in St. Cloud on Friday morning to
spend Easter with her parents. She
will return on Monday.
Joseph Rudolph, with his wife and
family, left this week for Little Falls,
where they will in future reside. He
shipped a carload of horses, cows and
other effects to that point.
Have a laugh with Prof. Snitz, the
funny Ducthman also hear him play
"God Save the yueen" on his $1,000
cornet at Brands' opera house on
Thursday evening, April 13.
Miss Genevieve Colburn, teacher in
the Gerth school, district 3, went to
Balaton on Monday to attend the
golden wedding celebration of her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
A. S. Mark came up from St. Paul
on Friday evening and returned on
Monday morning. He says that his
sacrifice sale, which closes next Sat
urday, has so far proven very stais
We do not know when we will be
taken. Protect your family by tak
ing out a policy in one of the oldest,
best and cheapest insurance com
panies in the United States. H. L.
Zimmerman, Agent. 16-tfc
Miss Nora Bryson Spent a few days
visiting her sister and friends at Mil
last week. Miss Venus iRiesland
and her nephew, Fidelaus Schmtyz,
accompanied her on her return to
Princeton for a short visit.
'Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Byers and
daughter, Rita, returned on Tuesday
evening from Long Beach, Cal.,
where they passed part of the winter.
Robert says they enjoyed themselves
very much during their sojourn.
Once seen never to be forgottenthe
life and history of the James boys
and Younger Bros, in motion pho
tography. We do nob make heroes of
these people, but give the facts his
torically correctat the oper&^ouse
on Thursday, April 13.
Scheen's ice cream parlors will open
tomorrow for the season.
E. I. Davis of Milaca was in Prince
ton on business yesterday.
For sale, all my household furni
ture. Mrs. Peter Johnson, Princeton.
Wanted, a girl for day operator at
the Tri-State telephone office, Prince
Atorney E. L. McMillan went to St.
Paul yesterday on professional busi
Mrs. W. H. Ferrell will entertain
the Dorcas society next Wednesday
Harold and Gertrude Chapman are
here from St. Cloud on a visit to rel
atives and friends.
Mrs. Wm. Richards, who was visit
ing Mrs. Ed. Cilley, has returned to
her home at Dayton.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
will meet with Mrs. Verge Hatcher
next Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Foster of Foley, who has been
a guest of Miss Nellie Larkin, re
turned to her home yesterday.
For sale, one colt 3 years old and
a mare with colt. Hosa J. Hunt,
Route 4, Princeton, one mile west of
Green lake. 14-2tp
You will find an excellent assort
ment of Easter lilies and other plants
for Easter decorations at Scheen's
W. H. Day, one of the most pros
perous farmers of Livonia, was a
pleasant caller at the Union office
on Tuesday morning.
Frank Mullen of Fonda, Iowa, has
rented the Wm. Skrentney farm in
Baldwin and he and his family have
moved onto the place.
For first-class shoe repairing go to
Engebretson in the opera house
block. All work promptly executed
and prices reasonable. 14-tfc
John Van Kleck of Milo township
has rented the T. J. Kelly farm in
Sherburne county and will take pos
session the first part of next week.
Mrs. Peter Johnson takes this means
of sincerely thanking those who so
kindly assisted her during the sickness
and at the obsequies of her late hus
Norman Marshall and his bride left
yesterday morning for Minneapolis,
where they will make their home.
They were deluged with rice as they
Joseph Kuhn will again take charge
of his brick yard at Brickton on May
1 and operate the plant. For the past
years Rufus P. Morton has rent
ed Mr. Kuhn's yard.
If you are planning on new wall
this spring let me save you
some money on same. I have a
strictly up-to-date line to choose
from. Tri-State phone 199. Dan C.
Be sure and see Neromac the ven
triloquist, also Tommy the clown,
wtih Pink & Gray's Big Show at
Brands' opera house, Thursday,
April 13. No picture show Friday
Very interesting evening services
with excellent music are being held
at the Methodist church by Rev.
Goodell this Passion) week. There
will, however, be no service on Sat
Jesse Plummer of Cambridge came
over on Tuesday to visit his mother.
He was accompanied by J. R. Rund
sten, who has purchased a 10-acre
tract from Ben Soule and will engage
in chicken raising.
Miss Pearl Cameron and her sister,
Mrs. Henry Marggart, departed on
Monday for Baker, Montana, where
they expect to make their permanent
home. Their mother accompanied
them as far as Minneapolis.
Zim's Auto company has an an
nouncement in this number advertis
ing the Ford and several other makes
of automobiles. Read the ad and for
further particulars call on H. L. Zim
merman, manager, at Security State
On April 8 a marriage license was
issued by the deputy clerk of court,
Miss McAdams, to August Milbrandt
of ^Princeton towsnhip and Mary
Minks of Bogus Brook. They were
married at the Methodist parsonage
on Monday morning by Rev. Goodell.
Mrs. Charles Keith left this morn
ing for St. Paul, where she will join
the state officers and the Minnesota
delegation of the Daughters of the
American Revolution bound for Wash
ington, D. C. There they will attend
the annual congress of the society the
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Morlin of Cam
bridge recently celebrated their silver
wedding anniversary and were pre
sented with a beautiful candelabra by
their many friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Morlin have lived in Cambridge 16
years and are among its most re
Hay, Hay, For Sale.
$11.00 to $11.50 per toe. Geo. E.
Rice & Co. 13-tfc
*HE only trouble will be for you to decide
what you like best, for we have a magnifi
cent selection to choose from, at any price which
you wish to pay. Look over at your earliest
ist. Our Celebrated "Robert-Wicks" and "Alexander Schoen
berg" Men's and Young Men's JO A (Of A A
All Wool Suits 3lc.O to
2nd. The Famous "Best Ever" i%t% (4A A A
Guaranteed Boys'Suits from 4O.U O $ I U.UU
Other Good flakes A 4* A A
from $1.0U O $4.50
3rd. The Indispensable Spring Coat and Cravanette, with or
without the convertible collar, $3.0(J O $18.00
4th. The Well-Known McKibbin Hats, 4 AA, A f%f%
which rival other $5.00 makes, prices..9 "UU O 4.UU
5th. Shirts, Ties, Extra Pants, Suit Cases or anything else in
Spring Clothing you may need.
Let Us Tog You Up and You'll be Right
To-Night PINK& GRAYS
1 Music by BLANCHE WARD
2 Pictorial recitation in lectured moving
pictures by Harry Pink Meyers The true
story of Jesse and Frank James and their
folks with all the thrilling occurences dur
ing their outlaw time
S We do not make heroes of these
bandits but reveal the facts historically
3 Historical reproduction of Cole, Bob
and Jim Younger entire life, in lectured
motion photography, explained by Harry
4 Dissolving illustrated song Miss Cam
eron, 'Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland
5 Visit to the Famous Minnesota fetate
Prison at Stillwater
6 Noremac, Prince of all Ventriloquists
Funny Tommie the talking clown
7 "The Error of Justice," a beautiful
8 Peck's Bad Boy funniest of all com
9 An illustrated march song, 'When'
Teddy Comes Marching Home
10 Ellsworth and Blanche Cameron, com
edv Musical Act, presenting their great
European Aluminum Church Chimes, Mu
11 Five Great Fires of the World a
Chicago fire Late St Paul fire Min
neapolis power-house fire Armour
Packing-house fire, Chicago Big Mil
13 Concluding the above great show with
the funniest of all farce comedies entitled,
Prices 15, 25 and 35c
One Night, April 13.
Reserved seats on sale at Avery's
To residents and occupants of real es
tate in the Village of Princeton,
You are hereby notified to remove
all rubbish and refuse from the prem
ises owned or occupied by you on or
before the first day of May, 1911.
Dated this 10th day of April, 1911.
A. Z. Norton, Pres.
G. R. Caley, H. O
Board of Health of the Village of
I have a large sum of eastern
money to loan on improved farms at
a low rate of interest and on liberal
terms of payment. See me before
placing your loan. Root. H.
$cO.UU0$15.0 $5.00 to
i KOPP & BARTHOLOMEW i
0 Everything for Men and Boys Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back &
iWiWi^ wiWWn nm^emm^^^^^^*^*^
Men's and Young Men's All Wool Spring Suits at
$12.00 to $15.00
No bankrupt stock or shelf-worn goods, but bright, new,
clean goods, made especially for us for this season's
business. The biggest values you ever saw at the price
$12.00 to $15.00
"Woolly Boy" and "Steel Fiber" Boys' Suits
All wool, haircloth fronts, lined pants, the best suit
for your boy, full of hard knocks,
at a special price of
The Avery Clothing House
J. M. JOHNSON
MAKE a specialty of repairing all kinds of com-
plicated watches and clocks. If you have old
worn out jewelry bring it to me and I will make it
like new on short notice. ^p
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No Mille Lacs County Taxpayer Can Afford
to he Without the Union
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