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The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, November 09, 1911, Image 3

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THE GENUINE
P. STEWART
STOVES
good s^ed cuen nickel
trimmed high arming clos
et made of best cold rolled
steel Warranted in e\en
Made jto
Ti
One of These Barrels Filled With
Crown Gasoline
P. P. Stewart
Heaters
We wish to impress upon jou
the importance of buying a P. P.
Stewart Heater It will reduce
jour coal bill, and give you more
heat than any other sto\ made.
We have them in different sizes
and styles from
$35.00
to
$60.00
PRINCETON, MINN.
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W T\ i&h to d\\ lie ou that v. have arranged with the Standard Oil
Co foi tcaiToadci S^PI Ban els, which can be used for storage
tanks The*, Ljiif die foi jour se and should last a lifetime
T\ hen p*\ load on to \our wagon, bung to town and we will fill
them with iftcnon 0.1the Be st Water White Oil on the market
and \OJCd' it tiom us at am and all times
the ion
jra i^i Sll J-"L welded throughoutchimes reinforced
with ucl HOT 1 at- 1 inch buna and inch \ent plug in one end
gal\aui/ec oorn 1 Jr and outpainted black on outride A inch
BTl \SS l\ UT^-T with each barrel Take out vent plug.
screw i u^t ai \ou hcue an ideal tank
Place \our oider with us now. If you cannot come in, 'phone
so we can set aside what you want.
George Newton
Evens Hardware Co.
C. Nelson
Mcllhargey Hdw. Co.
J. C. Herdliska
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Notice the
Low Price 2
One of These Barrels
Filled With 55 Gallons fl
of Perfection Oil for
$10.32
$13.35
us
R. D. Byers
A. E. Allen & Co.
F. T. Kettelhodt
Caley Hdw. Co.
Princeton Auto Co.
State News
Three newsboys, all less than 15
years of age, were arrested in Minne
apolis on Saturday for picking
pockets on Bridge square. For
several weeks the boys had been pick
ing pockets in that locality but suc
cessfully evaded the police.
James H. Hagan, an old settler of
Minneapolis, who was active to
within a few days of his death, died
on Saturday, aged 104 years. He was
born in Ballymore, Ireland.
Twenty-nine students of St. John's
college, Collegeville, were last week
expelled for disobeying the orders of
the faculty. The students were in
structed to abstain from celebrating
Hallowe'en but instead went to St.
Joseph's college and cut up all kinds
of pranks. It should teach them a
lesson.
James Dygarfc, charged with the
murder of Mrs. Walter Bolton and
Frank E. Rhodes, was last week in
dicted by a grand jury at Anoka on
two counts of murder in the first de
gree. The hearing was set for
November 20.
Four Minneapolis men, J. G. Pel
ton, F. T. Dexter, A. D. Ross, and R.
F. Lewis were seriously injured in an
automobile accident at "Death's
Corner," three miles south of Anoka,
last Thursday morning. The machine
skidded and went over an embank
ment, striking a telephone pole. At
the point of the accident it is said that
the road grade is lowered at the
wrong side.
Miss Ada Miles of Lake City has
gone to Midway island in Polynesia
to marry Horace Wyeth, a tender for
the cable base there. Only a few
men can spend more than three years
upon the island. The rays of ihe
blazing sun hurled back fiercely each
day by the unbroken reaches of white
sand are powerful enough to bring
blindness to most men in less than
that time.
The annual four weeks' session of
the dairy school of the Minnesota
college of agriculture, designed as a
short course to furnish persons
actually engaged in the manufacture
of butter and cheese an opportunity
to become more skilled in their work,
will open Monday, November 13. T.
L. Haeoker, professor of dairy
husbandry, will be instructor
Verne Voss, aged 10, was wrestling
with a companion on a farm near
Pipestone on Monday and was acci
dentally thrown under the wheels of
a threshing machine just as it started
to move to a new location. The
wheels of the four-ton machine passed
over his body near the waist. He
was picked up for dead but an exami
nation showed he had not been seri
ously injured and he soon joined his
companions in play.
Every railroad leading into the
twin cities has announced that special
excursion rates will be put into effect
on December 11 on account of the
Northwestern Land Products show
which is to be held in St. Paul from
December 12 to 23. A fare and one
third for the round trip will be the
rate and excursion tickets will be sold
at points within two hundred and fifty
miles of the twin cities. Tickets will
be good to either St. Paul or Minne
apolis and will be good for return to
and including December 24.
A delegation of Leech Lake Chippe
wa Indians, headed by an attorney,
have gone to Washington to ask that
the act of June 14, 1889, relative to re
lief for the Chippewas, be carried out.
Over $2,000,000 interest from funds re
ceived by the government from the
sale of land and timber on the Indian
reservations, is being held back, they
say.
Winona has a school-going dog
called Teddy. A year ago he used to
go regularly to the Winona high
school with his master. His master
was graduated last June, but since
school opened this fall Teddy has
been a regular attendant alone, not
missing a day, and always being on
time, going home for dinner at the
same time as the students at the noon
recess and returning in the afternoon.
He is a model school dog. The dog's
regularity and punctuality have
caused much comment.
The Riverside Hotel
Having entered into possession of
the Riverside hotel I am now pre
pared to cater to the people's wants
and solicit a share of their patronage.
I shall endeavor to give my patrons
satisfaction at all timesthe service
will be of the best. Try the'Riverside
hotel under its new management.
33-13tc Alex Simpson, Prop.
Eczema, Psoriasis and other skin
troubles are caused by myriads of
germs at work in the skin. Unle ss
these germs are promptly destroyed
they rapidly multiply, gnawing their
way deep into the sensitive tissue
This is what causes that awful itch,
and uhat seemed a. mere rash
may grow wor se and develop into a
loathsome and torturi ngof skin disease
with its yers of misery.
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THE PBEfCETOK UNION': THURSDAY, JfOVEMBEH 9, 1911. ^S^W"""'1*-*
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
Alexander Martin was re-elected
sheriff of Isanti county by a majority
of less than 20, and he and his friends
are happy.
Almost any day one can meet teams
from Princeton and beyond in the
streets of Cambridge. Reason: Cam
bridge has a first-class flour mill.
Al. Wentworfch is very ill at the resi
dence of his brother, Charley, in the
town of Bradford, Isanti county, and
is not expected to survive many days.
In some unaccountable manner the
spacious barn of Peter Robideau, srM
in the town of Greenbush, caught fire
on Monday evening and, together with
its contents, was completely destroyed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith cele
brated their silver wedding at their
home in Spencer Brook last evening
and were recipients of tokens of re
gard, in the shape of silverware, from
their friends.
Last week Mrs. Bemis of Milo had
two horses poisoned by some mis
creant. Mrs. Bemis is a poor woman
and has a large family. The county
commissioners should offer a reward
of not less than $100 for^evidence that
would convict the perpetrator of the
dastardly outrage.
I. E. Burgan, the local agent of the
St. Anthony & Dakota Elevator Co.,
arrived in town on Tuesday to make
arrangements for moving his family
here. Mr. Burgan expects to com
mence buying wheat not later than
Monday or Tuesday. He says he will
pay prices that will satisfy the
farmers.
Ten days more and the Princeton
& Elk River Stage Co will be a thing
of the past. The stage coach will
have to give way to the iron horse.
Under the management of Messrs.
Campbell & Libby and Messrs. Houl
ton & Baker the line was ably con
ducted and served the people of
Princeton faithfully. When it is with
drawn the people of Princeton will
feel as if they had lost an old and
true friend. But this is an age of
progress and each and all of us wel
come the change from the stage coach
to the palace car.
I WANT COLUMN I
^"Notices under this head will be inserted
at one cent per word ATO advertisement will
be published in this column lor less than 15 cts
HELP WANTED
GIRL WANTEDA competent girl
for general housework. Small fam
ilyonly two 9 months in year
Will pay city wages to suitable girl.
Mrs C. Dunn, Princeton
FOR SALE.
FOR SALECheap if taken at once,
the north half of the southwest
quarter of section 13, township 36,
range 28, Benton county. Virgin
timber land The first one making
a reasonable cash offer mli get it.
Write at once to E. Rohe, Osseo,
Minn. itp
FOR SALEA five room house, two
lots and a barn, in the southwest
part of town. Price $600 if taken
soon. Apply to John F. Gustafson,
Princeton. 46-2tp
FOR SALEPair driving bobs, a
two-seated buggy and a good driv
ing horse. Apply to A. J. Bullis
Will trade for a cow or anything I
can use.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTEDFat cattle. Bring all you
have to Hummel's meat market,
opposite starch factory, Prince
ton. 42-tfc
CTirstPub Oct 23)
Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Notice is hereb-y given that default has been
made in the conditions of a mortgage executed
by Otto Werner and Mary Werner his wife
mortgagors, to A "i ng\ mortgagee dated
august 3ra 1908, and recorded in the office of
the register of deeds of Mille Lacs county
"Minnesota on August 18th 1108 at 1 clock
in book W of mortgages on page 420
thereof that the amount claimed to be due on
said mortgage at this date is one hundred
etghtv-eight dollars and fifty-four cents
(S18 54) that the premises described in and
covered by said mortgage are the northeast
quarter of the northwest quarter (neH of nwjtf)
of section numbered nineteen (19) in township
numbered forty-one (41) north of range num
bered twenty-six (26) west situated the
county of Mille Lacs state of Minnesota that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage and pursuant to the statute in such
case made and provided, said mortgage will he
foreclosed by the sale of said premises, at
public vendue, to the highest biddei for cash
by the sheriff of Mille Lacs county, Minnesota,
at the front door of the court house in the vil
lage of Princeton, in said county and state, on
the 2nd day of December, 1911 at clock
to satisfy the amount then due on said mort
gage, together with the costs of such sale and
twenty-five dollars attorney fees stipulated
in said mortgage
Dated October 33rd 1911
A YNGVE,
GODFR EY GOODWIN, Mortgagee
Attorney for Mortgagee
Cambridge, Minnesota
"We have had experience with many
remedies for skin trouble but have
never seen su ch remarkable cur es as
those fr om D. D. D. Prescription. In
stant relief from he very first appl i
cation.
W are so confident that D. D.
will reach your ca se that it will cost
30U nothing if the very first full size
bottle fails to make good every claim.
If you have skin trouble of any
kind we certainly advise you to drop
and investigate the merits of D. D.
D. anyway. We know that D. D. I
will help you.
C. A. JACK, Princeton, Minn.
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(Mackinaw Coats 1
Men's Mackinaws $3.00
Men's Sheep-lined Canvas 5.50
Men-s Sheep-lined Corduroy 5.25
Men's Mackinaw Lined 1.50
Boys' Mackinaw Lined 1.00
Boys' Sheep Lined 3.00
A Full Line of Caps
Beaver, chamois lined $ 1.50
Plain Beaver, fur lined 1.25
Fur Caps 1.50
Wool Suiting, fur lined 1.50
F. T. KETTELHODT
Sr Princeton, Minn. 3
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Let Us Help You Figure It
If you are figuring on building or making some repairs about the place and
can figure out just the amount of material it will take and how much it will cost you
come in and let us help you with it Right now wouli be a mightj good time to figure
on Dmldmg as we have a first class lot of material at the lowest possible figure and
can save you money Whether it be a large or small amonnt -we will give you the
right price and prompt en ice Get our prices before buying
CALEY LUMBER CO.
BENJAfllN SOULE, Manager
We Pay Highest Market Prices for Butter and Eggs
We handle an up-to-date line of groceries. We have
also secured in trade a stock of dry goods which we are clos
ing out at very low prices. We have some ladies' waists left
which are going at 25 cents and also some dress goods at cut
prices. Notions for less than half their regular prices. Give
us a trial. We are located in the Opera House Block.
Dealer in
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
Main Street, Princeton.
L. C. HUMMEL
Dealer ii
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Both Telephones.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
SKUNK
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NORTHWESTERN GROCERY
L. E. SVARRY, Proprietor
G. ti. GOTTWERTH,
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Skins HORS E UinCC
and CATTL E NlUtO
and all other kinds off RAW FURS
bought?
fors spot cashFur1s0 tod50% moroeusmoneyts
^P Ra an Hide than
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to sell at home.
HUNTERS' & TRAPPERS' GUIDE J^lr*
450 pages, leather bound. Best thing on the subject ever WMttPn TUn^? 11
Animals All about Trappers' Secrets. Decoys. TS IM GSn^T^Js w^"
to trap, and to become a successful trapper/ It's Vr^rSBr^J^fcJ^T Si
To our customers. $1 25 Hides tanned Into beautJnf lotes rS^TM^it- *^dn
Decoy attracts animals to traps. $1 00 per b^leTsniiTTOBPH.H^M *&?ai*
and et hurhest pnees. Andersch Bros., ol^f^i^^^ii^^
The Union Gives All the News All the Time.
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