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title: 'The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, November 23, 1911, Page 8, Image 9',
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Joe Townsend, John Anderson,
Arthur Heath and Gib Maggart ar
rived here from Mudgett's ranch on
Monday with three deer. Aoeording
to Joe, Gib was the fellow who failed
to bag a deer.
A couple of car loads of crushed
rock for the Baldwin flats road ar
rived afc the depot last Saturday and
have not yet been unloaded. Some
body will have demurrage charges to
pay. The Baldwin town board ought
to get busy.
County Superintendent Ewing has
been advised by the state superinten
dent of public instruction that the
appropriation of $22,250 for public
school libraries for the current year
has been exhausted and that no
further funds are therefore available
for that purpose.
August Gerth left on Tuesday for
Vancouver, Wash., to spend the
winter with relatives. Mr. Gerth
passed last winter afc that place, and
so well did he enjoy the genial clime
that he decided to go there for an
other sojourn among the roses and
magnolias. We hope he will enjoy
In the United States district court
at Fergus Falls the Beaulieu case is
being tried and James McKenzie of
Spencer Brook is one of the jurors.
Beaulieu and his associates are ac
cused of conspiracy in securing lands
in the White Earth Indian reservation
for a lumber firm. There are scores
of witnesses to be examined and the
trial may take a month.
John Bridge has returned from In
ternational Falls, where he worked at
his trade of lathing for over two
months. The town is booming, says
he, and settlers are coming in so fast
that the hotels and boarding houses
are crowded. John made $8 a day
while there and says he intends going
back again in the spring, when dozens
of new buildings will be erected.
Clifton Cravens is still practicing
for the Thanksgiving football game.
On Sunday he went out on the snow
covered fields and chased cottontails
all the forenoon. And those long
legs of his proved equal to the oc
casionhe overtook a couple of the
inoffensive little animals and mas
sacred them. In running down rab
bits Clif. excels the average dog.
Over 200 persons attended a goose
and turkey dinner given by the Odd
Fellows in their hall on Monday even
ing. It was a spread fit to place be
fore a king and the participants
manifested their appreciation of the
good things served. Supper was pre
pared by the Rebekahs and Mrs. Otto
Walters acted in the capacity of chief
cook. Odd Fellows in aprons waited
upon the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Robideau and
child departed on Tuesday for the
wes and expect to visit relatives in
Seattle, Spokane and Portland ere
they return. Lewis says he has lived
in this part of the country 45 years
and has never gone outside the state.
He now intends to make up for lost
time and will not return until next
April. The Union hopes that he
and his better half may pass an en
All outstanding county ditch war
rants for ditches No. 3, 4, 5 and 6
should be presented at once for pay
ment. Interest ceases within 30 days
from this date.
Dated November 23, 1911.
County Treasurer of Mille Lacs
48-3t County, Minn.
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
GRAIN, HAY, ETC.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern 96
Wheat, No. 2 Northern.
Wheat, No. 3 Northern.
Wheat, No. 4 Northern
to to to to to to to
to to to to to to Women's
tmi 25 Doz. Women's Hand-
7T. kei'chiefs, made with a
\kd plain hem and your in
itial in one corner, 10c
Rural carriers are not required by
the postoffice department to deliver
mail to patrons who fail to shovel off
the snow so that theythe carriers
may reach the boxes. Roads must be
kept in passable condition otherwise
the government will discontinue the
service. Carriers have been greatly
inconvenienced during the past week
in consequence of bad roadsroads
blockaded with snow.
*k' Women's Mufflers, a
\fjjT splendid 50e value, mer
cerized, Phoenix style
$1.50 Handbags, with 10
\mi inch frames and fitted,
several designs, special
to to Stockin Cap
Slightly soiled stocking
caps in all combinations,
values to 50c, choice
Wild hay 6.50
Tame hay 10.00
"Fat beeves, per fi 3c 4c
Oalves, per lb 4c 5c
Hogs, per cwt J7.00@$7.50
Sheep, per fi 3c@4c
Hens, old, per fi 8c
Springers, per ft 10c
Minneapolis, Wednesday evening.
"Wheat, No. 1 hard, $1.07 No. 1 Nor
thern, $1.06 No. 2 Northern, $1.05.
White Oats, 46c No 3, 44c.
Flax, No. 1, $2.00.
Corn, No. 0 Yellow, 75c
Barley, 77c($l 22.
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Fine quality, deep trim
med flounces, in black,
75c value, this sale
50c and 75c value back
combs, black and amber,
while they last
\k'd $1-0 American Beauty
\fj| Corsets for house wear,
short models, choice
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kg 35c value Massaline Rib-
\f# bon, extra quality, good
k* assortment of colors, 5
\j0 inches wide, special per
it/ it/ (j) Kimono
percale Kimonos, good
assortinien of styles
60c quality all wool Serge, comes in brown
and red, per yard
$1.50 quality brown stripe Suiting, 48 inches
wide, sale per yard
60c quality all wool Serge and Brill iantine,
white only, sale
$1.25 quality Blue Granite Cloth, 42 inches
wide, sale per yard
50c Value Ladies' Phenix
Mufflers, mercerized,, white
$18.00 Ladies' Black Beaver Coat with Opossum
Collar, fully lined, nicely trimmed, sale
$18.00 Ladies' Kersey Coat with Genuine Rat
Collar, fully lined, black and brown, sale
$8 50 Ladies' Coats, made with coney collar,
body lined, braid trimmed front and. back, sale.
THE PBiyCETQy UNION: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23,1911.
Manufacturers' Clean-Up Sale
fo pORTUNATE in securing a lot of goods that manufacturers were overstocked on, we are in a position to fl\
fli A rive vo ?om nf fr Wcl Varrioi*,o il,+ l,,r u ~rx .1 _ 'AL
W give you some of the best bargains that have been offered you this season in good seasonable goods.
W To fully appreciate these bargains you must see them. We expect to clean up this entire lot this week, ft1
Come I as Soon as Possible and Get
Your Pick of the Choicest Bargains
Our Prices are Always Lower than Our Quality
Dress Goods at Very Small Prices
Anticipate your wants and realize a big saving.
don't come every day.
$2.00 Value Ladies' Wool
Sweater Coats, blue, brown
and grey, sale
Sensational Price Cutting-Ladies9
$12.00 Value Ladies' Coat, beaver cloth, body lined, ftC A A
braid trimmed, front and back, sale ^VtUU
You may never have another opportunity to buy a good fur
scarf at half price and less. See them.
$10.00 Grade Fur Scarf, all fur, Isabella fox,
$18.00 Grade Ladies' Fur Scarf, Isabella fox,
large size, satin lined
$12 00 Grade Fur Scarf,. Isabella fox,, brown,
satin lined, sale
$12.00 Grade Fur Scarf, fox, large size,
satin lined, sale
1 lb. pkg. pure food saleratus 4
1 lb. pkg. Orinoca brand coffee 25c
Ben Davis apples, per bu ...90c
Jorgens' toilet soap, large size barrel! 5c
$2.98 $4.98 $9.48 $6.00 $5.48
$1.25 quality Fany Sicilian Cloth, black
only, 44 inches wide, sale per yard
50c quality all-wool Flannels, a special,
sale per yard
If els on
Bargains like these
$1.25 value Blue Suiting,, medium weight,
a bargain at per yard
54 inch wide Cheatham Flannel, excellent
value, special per yard
$12.00 and $10.00 values in Ladies' All-wool Serge and Diagonal Stripe Suitings, made up
one can make them but the tailors in the workshop of worth, they fit and are very *K ft C.
stylish, come in a pretty shade of brown, blue and black, your choice this week O i O
$5.00 Value Wool Blankets*
plaid effects, blue, grey and
Midseason prices never heard of in Princeton before. Take advantage of these bargains.
They will not last long.
Fresh Eatables In Season Always Found Here
We Pay Highest Market Price for Farm Produce
$9.00 Ladies' Coats, made of good qualitv beaver
cloth, fully lined and trimmed, sale
$25.00 Ladies' Coat, bear cloth lining,
opossum collar, sale
$8.50 Grade Misses' Coat wiih fur collar,
$5.50 Misses' Brown Plush Coats, fully lined,
$3.00 Value Ladies'" Wool
Sweater Coats, we only have
them in white, bargain at
Clearance of shoes that will command attention
on account of bargains offered.
Child's Chocolate Kid Button Shoes 70c
Child's Douglas Lace Shoes 75
Child's High Top Button Shoes $1.35
Ladies' Felt Shoes, leather facing $ 1.45
Ladies' Felt Shoes Sl.00
Ladies' Felt House Slippers 7g
15c can Rockwood cocoa |Qc
Potato starch, per lb. 5c
7 oz. tumbler prepared mustard 8c
Fancy tea sittings, per lb. |5c
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Men' Shirts 9\
Men's All-wool Flannel ft\
Shirts, good assortment
of patterns, values up to fw\
Good Heavy Men's Wool
Socks, full size, and
good value, sale
$3,00 Value Men's Wool
Union Suits, sale price
50c and 25c Men's Four
in-hand Silk Neckties
Men's Eagle Brand #fl
Wool Underwear, sold .T.
everywhere at $1.75, ji\
Boys' Goat i\
$1.15 Boys' Duck Coats
with corduroy collar,
50c Grade Men's Japan
Silk Handkerchiefs with
border, all colors, sale
Shirts that were form'
erly sold at $1.00, clos
ing out at your choice
Fancy Men's Suspend
ers, good values, come
one pair irra box
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