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title: 'The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, October 19, 1911, Page 5, Image 5',
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The Chap Season
Nelson's photos please the people.
Byers' shelves are filled with new
Don't forget that Payette's studio is
open every day. 22-tfc
Mrs. Harry Shockley returned on
Monday from a visit ab Elk River.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bibeau were
visiting in Minneapolis over Sunday.
E. I. Davis came down from Milaca
on Tuesday morning and returned in
Ernest Rossing is here on a visit to
relatives and will return to Minne
apolis next Saturday.
The irrepressible George Presley of
Milaca was circulating among his
friends here on Tuesday.
Carl F. Haubrock of Hastings,
Neb., has purchased a half interest in
the Onamia Lake Breeze.
Clarence Hill returned on Tuesday
from a duck hunt at Traverse lake
but did not bring back much game.
Nelson's photo studio will be open
for business both on Saturday and
Sunday, the 21st and 22nd of this
N. Corey, postmaster at Elk
River, was here on business last
Thursday and the force is in
debted for a pleasant call.
The time of the year is at hand when
proper regard for comfort, and the preserva
tion of one's complexion, requires the frequent
use of a healing, soothing lotion. The ideal
one under all conditions is our
Every year the use of this superb healer
increases. Every one who uses it likes it and
recommends it. Get a bottle now and have it
ready whenever needed. Price 25c.
Open Sundays from 9 a. n. to 1 p. in.
C. A. JACK
The Kexall Druggist
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Ssorgel Staples Is the only person who is
authorized to collect money due this office. In
every case the party paying money Is entitled
o and should Insist upon receiving a printed
reoelpt. DUNS. Publisher.
T. Kettelhodt advertises a
variety of blankets and comforters
this week at very reasonable prices.
All prices are right at Kettelhodt's.
The E E Whitney residence this
village has been sold to August Mil
brandt for $1,000. Mr. Whitney has
concluded to remain in the west.
For a good, substantial chicken
feast go to the Ladies' Aid supper in
the basement of the Methodist church
next Wednesday evening, October 25.
arpenters have commenced work
on H. Mathis' bungalow, which he
is erecting northeast of Jos. Borden's
residence, and it will be ready for oc
cupancy this fall
Dr J. Jb1
will be in town on Friday and Satur
day, November 17 and 18. Eyes ex
amined and glasses fitted. Office at
Commercial hotel. 38-tfc
A fine 25-cent chicken pie supper
will be served in the basement of the
Methodist church from 5.30 to 8 next
Wednesday evening. Everybody cor
dially invited. Supper 25 cents.
Henry Hess' auction sale will be
conducted on his farm in section 8,
Greenbush, next Tuesday, October 24,
commencing at 1 p. m. See notice on
another page and details on posters.
Be on hand at Frank Schilling's
farm, three miles north of Princeton,
next Wednesday, October 25, at 1 p.
m. sharp. The big auction will then
commence. See announcement else
where in this number.
Next Saturday evening a masque
rade ball will be held in the M. B. A.
hall, Wyanett. Prizes will be given
to the best costumed lady and the man
in the most comical attire. First
class music. Everybody welcome.
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
Mrs. Goodell and daughter left for
Minneapolis on Saturday and Rev.
Goodell on Tuesday. From there
they go to Hector, where Mr. Goodell
has been appointed pastor of the
Methodist church. Their many
friends wish them success in their new
field of endeavor.
A new line of sample shoes at R. D.
Comingwhat'-* Your invitation to
the Hallowe'en dance.
Frank Kuperus of Pease was among
the i callers last Thursday.
Mrs. E. F. Griffith went to the twin
cities yesterday to purchase holiday
Misses Lola Scheen and Hulda
Buirge were visiting in the cities yes
Read Kopp & Bartholomew's new
ad. Extraordinary values in cloth
ing are now being offered.
Tom Kaliher and Frank Smith were
in the twin cities the fore part of the
week attending the horse market.
Clerk of Court King has a new
stenographerMiss Evelyn Mack.
Miss Mack comes well recommended.
Mrs. George left on Sunday for St.
Cloud to visit relatives and from
there will go to Iowa to spend the
Ladies' hand-made sweaters, worth
from $6 to $7, to close out, as long as
they last, $3.50. Mark's Great Bar
Godfrey Wicktor, treasurer of
Sherburne county, was visiting
friends in Santiago and Princeton
Next Wednesday, October 25, a
chicken pie supper will be given in the
basement of the Methodist church
from 5:30 to 8. Supper 25 cents.
Erick Nelson of Blue Hill was
among the Union callers on
Tuesday. Mr. Nelson is one of the
prosperous farmers of that town.
The Swedish Lutheran Ladies' Aid
society auction at Mrs. F. Abraham
son's, Greenbush, has been postponed
from Saturday, October 21, to
The Avery Clothing House has a
new advertisement this week in which
attention is called to the new fall and
winter wearables. Call and look
over the goods.
One of the big show windows has
been removed from the south side of
the J. M. Johnson stoie, in the Town
send block, and is being replaced with
a brick wall.
The Rebekahs will give an invita
tion dance on Hallowe'en in Odd Fel
lows hall. Witches then on brooms
astride, o'er the polished floor will
glide. Did you get a bid?
Alex Stewart, who was here on his
annual trip from Saskatoon, Canada,
returned to that place on Friday.
Mr. Stewart is doing well in Canada
and says that the prairie country of
the dominion is being fast settled.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Loucks and
family left yesterday for Canton,
New York, near where they expect to
make their home on a farm. Their
many friends wish them success but
regret very much to see them depart.
A Mr. McCormick of Chicago who
contemplates improving a tract of
land he owns south of Onamia, in a
letter to the Breeze urges the impor
tance of better roads in that vicinity.
Mr. McCormick's advice is sensible
The postal savings bank did not
open until Monday for the reason
that all the supplies had not arrived
from Washington in time to commence
business on Saturday. A few de
posits have been made, but there has
been no rush.
S. P. Skahen returned from a duck
hunt at Traverse lake on Friday and
brought back with him some fine
birds. Serenus, however, says that
ducks were not very plentiful at the
lake when he was therethe weather
was off color.
August Jaenicke is home from
Paynesville, where he has been work
ing on a $30,000 school house. He
will return to that place within a
week and complete the work. Mr.
Jaenicke is one of the very best brick
layers to be found in the northwest.
Let Byers show his offerings in
everything to you. 43-tfc
Special sale of blankets and cloaks
at Mark's Great Bargain Store.
Read the new ad of the Princeton
Lumber companyit may pay you.
Misses Ruth and Clara Orr are
visiting Hon. and Mrs. C. N. Orr in
The first of a series of card parties
will be given by the Modern Samari
tans this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Staples were
visiting relatives in Elk River from
Saturday to Monday.
The Dorcas society will be enter
tained by Mrs. F. M. Campbell next
Johnson of Anoka will open his
photo car on north Main street Sat
urday. Come and see me. ltp
William McMinn has returned from
Kalispell, Mont., and is undecided
whether he will return to that place.
Rev. Fisher will preach in school
district 46 next Tuesday evening and
in district 10 next Thursday evening.
A forty foot watch tower is to be
built south of Onamia for the use of
forest rangers in detecting forest fires.
If you have not paid the last half of
your real estate taxes for the year 1910
do so before November 1 and avoid
Dr. Kothman, the optometrist, was
here from Annandale last week on his
regular trip and fitted a number of
people with spectacles.
The village commission has issued
orders that the whistle at the power
house be blown daily at 7 a. m., 12
m., 1 p. m. and 6 p. m.
Mrs. Lillian Van Alstein was in St.
Paul on Monday consulting an oculist.
She has been suffering from an affec
tion of the sight for many months.
Zimmerman is getting to be quite a
potato market. Several car loads are
marketed there daily and the
merchants are doing a rushing busi
Mrs. Chas. Keith went to Duluth
last evening to attend the annual ban
quet of the Greysolon Du Lhut chap
ter of the D. A. R., which convenes
Mr. and Mrs. John Allmann and
Mrs. Herder of Jordan, and Mr. and
Mrs. Letherd of St. Paul were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lipp at Long
Siding over Sunday.
The people of Long Siding" should
not overlook the fact that they can
now express goods from that point
and also buy railroad tickets there.
William Lipp is the agent.
Arthur Shaw will give a dance and
supper and dispose of his organ to
morrow evening, October 20, at the
old Louis Plumondore place, Green
bush. Everybody cordially invited.
A masquerade ball will be given in
Long Siding hall on Saturday even
ing, October 28. Hanson's orchestra
will furnish the music and an enjoy
able time is promised those who at
W. E. Stout, who was here from
Chicago on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Mathis and family, returned to
his home on Tuesday. Mr. Stout is
very much impressed with this part of
From the columns of our exchanges
we learn that in many localities in
this state good use is being made of
the split log drag in keeping roads in
proper condition. A split log drag is
rarely in evidence in this vicinity.
Dr. Flora L. S. Aldrich of Anoka
delivered an interesting talk to a
group of Duluth club women in that
city last Friday afemoon on "Social
Hygiene." Mrs. Aldrich is a skilled
physician, a gifted writer and an in
Tomorrow evening, in the parlors
of the Methodist church, the Ladies'
Aid society will give a reception in
honor of Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Ser
vicethe new minister of the M. E.
church and his wife. The public is
cordially invited to the reception.
Billy Doane's Terriers will hie
themselves to Cambridge on Saturday
and buckle on their armor for deadly
conflict with the pigskin warriors of
that place. Unless the Cambridge
boys are well up in tricks football
istic the Terriers will flay them to a
An ad appears on page 8 which will
be of particular interest to users of
kerosene and gasoline. It gives the
names of firms who will handle the
Standard Oil company's steel barrels
and the prices at which these barrels
may be obtained filled. You can
save money by getting a steel oil
Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Service have
arrived here from Raymond and on
Sunday morning the reverend gentle
man preached his first sermon in the
Methodist church. He is a fluent,
distinct talker and made a very favor
able impression upon the congre
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The little three-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Aime Fouquette of
Glendorado was burned to death in
a barn on the 9th inst. The little girl
and a five year old sister were play
ing in the barn and set fire to the hay.
Help speedily arrived but too late to
rescue the little girl or save the barn
The thirty-third anniversary of
Mrs. Frank Smith's birthday was
celebrated on the evening of October
11. Twenty-five friends and neighbors
gathered at her home and the evening
was very pleasantly passed in various
amusements. Supper was served and
Mrs. Smith received a number of
William Schmidt of the town of
Princeton has sent half a bushel of
White Prolific potatoes and half a
bushel of Russets to St. Paul to be
exhibited at the coming land show.
These potatoes are certainly splendid
specimens, some of the Prolifics
weighing three pounds. The average
yield of this variety was 400 bushels
to the acre.
Between 12 and 1 o'clock on Tues
day afternoon fire was discovered in
the home of Wm. Heckler, north of
the Bridgeman & Russell creamery.
The fire department made the run to
the scene in a very short period of
time and subdued the fames before
much damage had resulted. To an
overheated stovepipe is attributed the
origin of the fire.
"Do We Want a Creamery?" is the
caption of an article in the Onamia
Lake Breeze. Of course you want a
creamery if your farmers will furnish
cream sufficient to keep it going.
Wherever creameries flourish there
you will find happy and prosperous
farmers. There is room for a dozen
creameries in northern Mille Lacs
county and nowhere in the state is
there a territory better adapted to
A meeting of the high school alumni
was held at the village hall on Friday
evening for the purpose of organizing
a football team to contest supremacy
with Billy Doane's Terriers on
Thanksgiving day. Ralph Whitney
was elected manager, Art Roos cap
tain and Frank Goulding coach. On
Sunday Ralph started to muscle up
for the fray. He drilled out through
the town of Greenbush and back
again, covering, he says, at least 20
miles. On Sunday night he was so
stiff that he could not sleephe sat
up until 3 o'clock rubbing St. Jacob's
oil into his system.
EE Men's and Young Men's Fall Suits and Overcoats at
i $10 $15 $18 $20 $22 $25 to $30
Boys' Fall Suits and Overcoats at
$2.50 $3.50 $5.00 $6.00 $7.50 to $10.00
Fur, Fur and Plush Lined Overcoats
We specialize on these coats and can give you any
thing you may wish in them at from
$12.50 to $75.00
Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back
Friends, you will get your money's worth and much more when you i
buy one of our Suits or Overcoats. We selected with great
care the fabrics, patterns and styles of these clothes, and had them 3
made exclusively for us by renowned eastern factories. 3
You Will Find that our assortment and values are unequaled. 3
Look Them Over Early.
Headquarters Also for Underwear, Sweat-
ers, Extra Pants, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens,
Shirts, or anything else that Men, Young Men and
Boys may need in desirable wearables at mini-
mum prices. y* ^r
Kopp & Bartholomew
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Princeton's Clothiers 3
No Mille Lacs County Taxpayer Can Afford
to be Without the Union
The Avery Clothing House
We are tho only ones who ha\ the
"Beach" Warmback Coats, Jackets,
and Vests. See them. A surprise
All Fall and Winter Caps now in.
Scotch and plain effects. Can fit
25c to $|,50
Fur Caps up to $5.00.
Hockey Caps Galore
Coat and Turtle Neck Sweaters in
all colars and weights. We have
the heavy athletic sweater at
50c to $6.00
o. .m. ft ifti i*i iTi iti It 1
Make this store your headquarters for your fall and winter wants,
the one sure way of making your dollar go farthest.
The Avery Clothing House
in. .,_ rw_ rmj
Fosston and North Star Mackinaw
Shirts and Pants All wool
The largest stock of Men's and
Boys' Underwear in town. All
styles and all weights Two piece
and union suits. Per suit
50c to $5.00
500 Overcoats to select from. All
styles and models priced so that
any one can afford a new coat
$3.50 to $25.00
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J. M. JOHNSON
I 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. ^f ^r
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