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George I Staples is the only person who la
authorized to collect money due this offloe In
every case the party paying money is entitled
tc and should Insist upon receiving a printed
-eoeint. Dmnx. Publisher.
Nelson's photos please the people.
H. Nelson has another interest
ing budget of store news in this
No. 1 kettle-rendered lard, 11 cents
per pound, at L. C. Hummel's meat
market. Bring our pails. J-tfc
Ladies' suit sale commences on
Saturday, October 5, and continues
one week at A. E Allen & Co's.
Dressamking done at ou homes
b\ Miss Esthei Bprndt. Call at or
phone Mis. C. O. Moore. Tri-State
Miss Chiistine Wicen left on Tues
da\ for Spokane, where she expects
to \isit ielati\es for a couple of
Arthur Bauleke, who started a
milk loute in Princeton a few months
ago, has discontinued the business
and moved back to Le Sueur.
Now Is The Time To
You will want to get some perfect fall
pictures. You will also want to remember
some of the pleasant incidents and happenings.
Now is the time to get your Kodak. Look over
our line of Kadaks, Cameras and Kodak Sup
plies. We have an elegant assortment of Gam
eras of all sizes. Don't hesitate any longer
about purchasing a Camera. You can learn to
operate one in a few minutes time. We give
instructions with every Camera we sell. Cam
eras and kodaks from $2.00 up.
C. A. JACK
The R.eitall Druggist
Mrs. Chde King and son, who weie
isiting Mr. and Mrs. Oswald King
for several weeks, returned to their
home at Robbinsdale on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. J. Jerrard and
Mis. M. A. Martin dioA-e over from
St. Cloud on Monday and \isited
lilends tor a couple ol hours in town.
Professor Maishall tells" us that
both the high and Whittier schools
die ciowded, that the inciease in the
enrollment this \ear has exceeded all
Dr. .1. F. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Fiiday and Sat
urday Octobei 25 and 2(5. Eyes
examined and glasses fitted. Office
at Commercial hoteL 38-tic
T. E. Potts was down from the
lake on Tuesday on business before
the countj commissioners regaiding
the mcoiporation of Wahkon as a
village and other matteis.
F. P. Sawjei of Winona was heie
\esteida\ looking o\er the countiv
and was much impressed with the
prosperous appearance of eten thing
in the Milage and adjacent teiritorj.
The Yeomen lodge will gi\e a
dance on Wednesday e\ening. Octo
bei 9, to which meryone is invited.
All members aie requested to be pies
ent at the rpgulai meeting preced
ing the dance.
Call at Xeeh "s and see what he
has to show \ou in seasonable cloth
ing foi hoises. Look o\er his new
stock and get his prices on hand
made harness Read his advertise
ment in this issue.
Town boaids towns containing
two or moie concessional townships
would do well to leineinber that a
pro\ision chapter 285 laws of 1907
requires that load taxes shall be ex
pended in the tovvnshio in which the
said taxes are leued.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church will meet with
Mrs. O. ^looie next Wednesday
aiteinoon, and at that time the
annual election of officers will be
held. Friends of the organization
are cordially invited to this meeting.
Oscar Staik is circulating a peti
tion to get on the general election
ballot as an independent candidate
for register of deeds. The vote at
the primaiies was so light that little
difficult} should be experienced in
securing the requisite number of
Congressman Miller was at Mille
Lacs lake last week gathering infor
mation which ill aid in determin
ing the advisability of constructing
a government dam at Onamia. Mr.
Miller also investigated the condi
tion of the Indians, and is quoted as
saying that the story of their desti
tution is a joke.
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Edward Anderson of Freer was a
pleasant caller at the Union office on
The most up-to-date ladies' furs
the Gordon furs. Sold by A. E.
Allen & Co.
Mrs. H. Kircsh and son, Otto, of
St. Paul are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
T. H. Prowse.
K. L. Bartholomew was here on
his regular business trip from the
twin cities jesterday.
Moving picture shows at Brands'
opera house this evening and Satur
day night. Special attiactions.
The Foreston Mercantile company
has completed the construction of a
potato warehouse 30 by 62 feet in
Please take notice that Nelson's
photo studio in Princeton is open on
the first and third Saturday and
Sunda\ ol each month. 22-tfc
Miss Eva Gilsoa oi Prairie Farm,
Wis., airivedheiff^n Monday evening
to pass a week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Heffiurn.
The people of ^Sfe. Francis will
shortly ha\e a barik. I will be
established by R. Akin, A. F.
Pratt and J. B. B&rry of Anoka.
F. T. Merrill, piano tuner from
Stillwater, will be in Princeton soon.
Persons desiring work done will
orders at Ewings' music
Mrs. Maggie Jewell of Sheffield,
Iowa, returned to her home on Sat
in day after a visit to her mother,
Mrs/S. M. Sinclair, and other rela
es and friends.
Tom Allison, the land man, was
down from Milaca on Saturday. He
sa\s that dining the previous week
he sold improved farms the aggregate
price of which was $35,000.
Free tuition to one from each
county business, shorthand, nor
mal, etc. Board and room $2.60 a
week. Books rented. Opens October
S. Humboldt college, Humboldt,
Mrs. J. X. Pederson takes this
opportumtv of sincerely thanking the
friends and neighbors who so kindly
assisted her and her children during
the illness and at the obsequies of
From the Milaca Times we learn
that the town of Page in this county
has pmchased a 22-horse power tiac
tion engine ior use on roads. The
enteiprise of the Page town board is
Mrs. Mary Cotton left today for
Anoka, where she will \isit until
Saturday and then pioceed to Spo
kane to spend a couple of vears.
Mis. F. L. Small accompanied her
as iar as Anoka.
A dinner will be gi\en by the
Women's Rebel association tomor
row, irom 10 a. m. to 2 p. in the
pailois ol the Methodist church.
An imitation is extended to all old
soldieis and their families.
Ed Saxon, who has a crew of men
emplojed digging his crop of Tri
umph potatoes, expects to harvest
about 1.000 bushels, and the stlock is
of thf finest quahij. Mr. Spon is
of opinion that the price of Triumphs
will materially advance.
The mudhole in the' street along
side of the Princeton Lumber com
panj 's yards is being jglled in under
the supervision of Road Commission
er Tom Post, which insures a good
job. This place, after ^very rain,
was a veritable lake and a disgrace
to the village authorities. It
have been filled in long ago.
G. E. Anderson, who for over four
years was butjbermaker at the West
Branch creamery, and a first-class
buttermaker at that, has resigned
his position and yesterday left for
Pickerville, S. D., where he has filed
on a claim. Gust has many friends
who wish him success. He is suc
ceeded at the West Branch creamery
by Frank Williams of St. Charles.
Special suit and coat week at A. E.
Allen & Co. 's.
A. S. Mark arrived here from St.
Paul on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. J. J. Skahen visited friends
in the cities on Monday and Tues
Feed grinding every Monday at
Herman Emme's. Satisfaction guar
The Dorcas society will meet with
Mrs. A. E. Allen next Wednesday
Read A. E. Allen & Co. 's new ad
in this number. I should prove of
interest to you.
Chas. Foltz on Tuesday left for St.
Paul to take a course in the state
Large stock of ladies' ready made
suits just receivedthe Palmer suits
at A. E. Allen & Co.'s.
Ladies' coats and suits, the largest
stock in town. If jTou
Strayed, a bay mare, weight about
800 pounds. Had on bridle and
halter. Finder please notify Floyd.
H. Erickson, Princeton. ltp
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. Lundgren,
Miss Lena Lundgren and Alfred
Johnson of Minneapolis are visiting
relatives in Bogus Brook.
Mike Mahoney savs he has the fin
est corn ever raised in this part of
the country. I was grown on ground
previously used for clover.
George Dunn and Misses Grace
Dunn and Avis Eaton have returned
to Johns Hopkins university, Balti
more, to pursue their studies.
Mrs. C. E. Brown and daughter,
Ruby, of Excelsior, Wis., who passed
a month here visiting relatives, re
turned to their home on Monday.
Allen Hayes is building a fine nine
room residence west of Mrs. H. E.
Cowles' house and expects to have
the same completed by November 1.
For sale, all my household furni
ture, including good piano in first
class condition and two lur coats in
good condition. Cheap for cash. J.
C. Van Alstein, Princeton. 40-tfc
A marriage license was issued on
Tuesday by Deputy Clerk of Court
Carrie Hansmeyer to Oscar Lund
gren of Bogus Brook and Wanda
Hoeft of Princeton township.
The Lady Maccabees gave a card
party at their hall on Tuesday even
ing and there were about 45 persons
present. Refreshments were served
and an evening of much enjoyability
passed. 1 Joe Mossman says he has never
claimed to be a good wing shot but
that he is h11 on mudhens. We
learned later that he carried home 16
of these birds on Sunday and tried to
make his wife believe they were
Before you start for Princeton to
have \our picture taken be sure it is
the first or third Saturday or Sunday
of the month, as these are the only
dajT3 you will find Nelson, the famous
photographer from Anoka, at his
studio in Princeton. 2-tfc
Solomon Long's shoe sale is at
tracting many people to his store.
The sale will continue until every
thing is closed out as Mr. Long is
compelled to go out of business in
consequence of his wife's illness.
Read his ad in this number.
Rev. J. O. Fisher left on Tuesday
for Northfield to attend the annual
meeting of the Congregationalist
state association. On the lapel of
his benjamin he wore an emblem of
the bull moose party which Joke
smith Fox attached anknown to him.
We have not learned whether Elder
Fisher was arrested or not.
Jas. Johnson, who for over two
years was assistant electrician at the
Princeton power house, went to Mil
aca on Tuesday evening to take
charge of the plant at that place.
Mr. Johnson is a capable man and
goes to Milaca highly recommended
by O. B. Randall, superintendent of
the Princeton electrical plant.
Road work on town roads is sup
posed to be all completed at this sea
son of the year, ior the town clerks
are obliged to certify all' delinquent
road taxes to the coutaty
want a stylish
coat at right price go to A. E. Allen
or before November 1, but this is the
season of the year when stijaw can be
utilized to the best advantage an
sandy stretches of road. Don't
burn the Surplus straw. Don't let it
Tot in the stack. Put it on the
It takes 'women to accomplish
things. According to the Enterprise
the Ladies' Improvement association
of Wahkon, with an expenditure of
only $45.51, had the main street
cleaned np during its entire length,
a sidewalk built to the lake and other
walks put in, and the Soo park im
proved. Trie sum of $69.15 was con
tributed and also some lumber, and
a balance of $23.64 remains in the
treasury to continue the work next
i'i V**i/A dErvirjiVJE
M|s. Catherine Chamberlain of
Minneapolis, who has been visiting
returned home on
Monday:' i h^
No service will be held in the
Methodist church next Sunday as
the pastor is attending conference
Dressmaking I am prepared to do
dressmaking at the residence of Mrs.
Ecklund on the north side. Miss
Mrs. Ceh delivered a socialist lec
ture in the court house hall on Sat
urday evening but failed to deliver
the advertised address on Sunday
Dan and Will Mirick are engaged
in decorating the interior of the
Holland church at Pease. They left
for that place on Monday and the
work will probably consume ten days.
Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Service left
on Monday to attend the annual
Methodist conference at Morris, Mrs.
Service as a delegate. Rev. C. Lar
son Is also a delegate to the confer
Ralph Carr, who has been clerking
at A. E. Allen & Co.'s for three
years, has secured a position in the
dry goods department of Wyman,
Partridge & Co., Minneapolis, and
left here on Monday to enter upon
Rev. Eugene Ahl departed on Mon
day for Howard Lake to attend the
annual conference of the German
Lutheran church of the Ohio synod.
His wife and family accompanied
him as far as St. Paul, where they
will visit friends until his return
from the conference.
Members of the Swedish Lutheran
congregations of Princeton, Green
bush and Zimmerman are requested
to meet in the Swedish Lutheran
church, Princeton, next Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, for the pur
pose of selecting and issuing a calJ
to a pastor.
Isaac Martin, who is taking his
annual vacation from the strenuous
duties of rural mail carrier, left for
the twin cities on Monday to spend
a week. He was accompanied by his
sister-in-law, Mrs. Corse, of Vern
dale, who has been visiting here and
left on Monday for her home.
One P. V. Collins, bull mooser,
last week had the audacity to send
us a petition blank with the request
that we go forth and obtain signa
tures to assist in enabling him to
get his name on the state ballot as
a candidate for governor. Were we
compelled to circulate a petition for
either Collins or satan we would un
hesitatingly choose the latter.
County Attorney Ross was at the
court house on Tuesday and the boys
were all glad to see him. He was
as bright and witty as ever and told
the writer that had he discontinued
smoking two or three years ago he
Would not now be suffering from the
ailment with which he is afflicted.
Uncle Joe's sunny countenance has
been greatly missed at the court
house since he was compelled to
remain at home in consequence of
Fox gives so much attention to
scorching when he runs about the
country in his machine that he oft
times forgets to take on gasoline.
Sunday was one of these occasions.
He ran out of Milaca at breakneck
speed and then came to a sudden
stophis gasoline was exhausted
and, had it not been for the fact
that he was enabled to phone from a
near-ty farm house to Milaca tor
more "juice," he and his family
would have been compelled to walk
back to town.
There are quite a numbei of straw
stacks in the immediate vicinity of
the village. Don't burn or waste the
straw. Put it on the sandy stretches
of roads. At a comparatively small
expense every piece of sandy road
leading into the village could be
strawed and the roads would be in
good condition for the balance of the
fall and until snow falls. Let the
town and village authorities co-oper
ate in this matter. Commence on
the road leading west from the depot
and what an improvement could be
made on the main traveled streets
in the north end of the village, lead
ing north, by a liberal application of
strawfrom Bjers' .corner to the
Smith's Meat Market Prices,.
The following prices now prevail at
A. C. Smith's meat market: Lard,
11 cents beef roast, 12^ cents beef
steak, 15 cento veal steV '7 cents
beef ribs, 7 cents. Other meat in
Church Topics m
5unday and Weekday
Sunday, October 6Morning wor
ship at 10:30, sermon bv the pastor,
holy communion. Prelude, vocal solo,
anthem by choir, postlude. Mrs.
Cooney, musical director Mrs. Soule,
organist. Evening service at 7:30,
music by.Young People's choir and
/VNE thing is true, and that can
5 be proven: We have the larg
S est Clothing and Gent's Furnishing
S stock for miles around. We were
S~ obliged to enlarge our store space
in order to make room for the goods
S~ and there are more coming. These
gI garments have
g~ g^ Others for a roustabout suit at from
& $5.00 to $9.50
Winter will soon be here.
Are you prepared? If not,
come to us and let us show
you our new fall things. We
have a few special bargains
this week that will be of in
terest to you.
"Betty" waists for ladies,
nicely made with twin back
collars and cuffs, $1.50 and
$1.25 values, this week 98c.
One lot of all wool sweat
ers, in grey and redt $5.00,
and $4.50 values, $3.61.
A few j_ white sweaters,
slightly soiled, $5.00 values,
We have the Bradley knit
caps for ladies and children,
nifty styles in cardinal, white
and grey. These sell for 50c,
75c and $1.00.
This week we are offering
three good values in dress
goods: One piece of blue
I GreatValues at Lo Prices I
best factories an jobber i the
C United States, therefore you are
justified in coming to our store
when you want a Suit, Hat, Cap, ^-a-^vr-/,
Underwear, etc., and we can assure ^^S^T'
ST you it will be the best that money
g- can buy at the price.
*ZZ Suits that are world beaters at from
$10.00 to $25.00
(Orton & Kaliher]
Leading Clothiers, Furnishers and Haberdashers 3
Be Sure to Read This
EELY, the well known harness man, 3
invites you, one and all, to inspect his 3
EE new line of horse blankets and robes, which was 2
S~ bought at a snap, and will be sold at a snap. If 3
g: you want to save some money, just come in, as 3
you don't have to knock to get in and, if you 3
gr don't find anything you want and prices don't 3
suit you, don't knock when you go out but come 3
back again when you find you can not do as well
elsewhere. Prices are right and goods the best. 3
WILLI AH NEELY
E E The Old Established Harness Man
G. H. NELSON'S
novelty suiting, 44 inches I you want to pay.
wide, which formerly sold
for $1.25, now 78c. Brown
stripe suiting, 44 inches, 55c
and blue mohair, a splendid
We are showing some
splendid styles in ladies*
skirts, corduroys, serges, and
mixed goods. One of the
many good points of these
skirts is that they fit well
and have the style and qual
Before buying your winter
coat look over our line. You
cannot do better. Our coats
have the style and fit that
you can 3indf
and our prices,are right.
You wilt need blankets this
winter, and we have them.
Woolnap blankets, .k12-4
grey, -with blue- or pink
stripes, $1.75. The Madison
wool blanket weighs 4 10-16
lbs. a splendid value, $4.00.
Our blankets are made by
the North Star woolen mills,
and you can find something
you want for just the price