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Nelson's photos please the people.
Beans wanted at A. E. Allen &
E. Nelson & Co. advertise a special
Satuidaj sale in this number.
Paul Bloom of Centei Citj was
here \esterdaj \isiting fiiends.
C. H. Nelson has an attractive
adveitisement in this number.
Dainty, delightful and delicious don't half
express the satisfaction and pleasure you will
have when you purchase candy from us. Our
candy pleases because it represents the heighth
of perfection. The confectioner who makes
our candy uses nothing but the finest and best
of ingredients, and skilled workmanship ren
ders it pleasing to look at as well as to taste.
Fine chocolate coatings, rich cream centers,
pastes and jellies.
Open Sundays from 9 a. m. to 1 9. m.
O H. Hed and daughter weie \is-
lting friends in the twin cities on
Monday and Tuesda
Xo. 1 kettle-iendered laid, 11 cents
per pound, at Hummel's meat
market. Bring jour pails 3-tfc
Diessamking done at your homes
oy Miss Esther Berndt. Call at or
phone Mis C. O Moore, Tri-State
The high school football team will
go to Milaca next Saturday and make
an effoit to wallop the team ol that
C. A. JACK
The Rexall Druggist
%l "M a
George I Staples Is the only person who Is
ut&orized to collect money due this office ID
every case the party paying money Is entitled
to and should Insist upon receiving a printed
'eoeipt. DUHH. Publisher
Fied Buirell brought his wife down
Trom Ora'^nia in his auto \esterdaj
"01 treatment at the Northwestern
Miss Nellie Johnson a giaduate
nurse ol the Xoithwestern hospital,
departed on Mordaj for hei home at
Motion pictuies tonight and Satur
day e^emng at Brands' opeia house
The latest productions motion
Joe Mossman beliexes that if he
could obtain a gun with a cuned
ban el he would be able to get some
Clane Newton came oxei from St.
Thomas college, wheie he is taking a
business course last Fridaj and ie
turned on Monday.
Elmer Baselt son of Mrs Samuel
Millei, departed lecentlv for Swan
Mile to take a position as engineer
in the E\celsioi mill
The Methodist Ladies' Aid societ\
will meet next Wednesday in the
chinch parlois E-veij membei is
expected to b piesent, as theie is
work foi all
On the euniny of Octooei 18 the
E Ladies' Aid societ\ will gne a
reception foi Re\ and Mis E
Sen ice. to which the public is cor
dial Iv invited
In driving around the countn in
the vicinitv of Princeton one can
not help noticing the gieat numbei
of nice new bains that have been
elected 1his veaa
Mrs O Wainei depaited on
Mondaj foi Noithwood, Iowa, vheie
she will visit, hai son in daughtei
m-Jaw, Mi. and Mis. End Warner,
foi a couple ot wcek
Dr J. F. Kothnun, optometrist,
will be in town on Fnda and Sat
urdaj, Octobei 25 and 2b. Ejes
examined and glasses fitted. Office
at Commeicial hotel. 38-tfc
Mis Bender, who has been vis
iting hei daughter, Mrs. A. E. Allen,
for seveial weeks, returned to her
home at Chaska on Mondav. Mrs.
Allen accompanied her as far as Min
Hon. I Bouck arrived here
from Bovalton on Monday evening,
and on Tuesda\, accompanied by his
mother, returned to that place. Mrs.
Bouck expects to spend the winter
Wallace T. Bines post, G. A. R.,
will hold its next legular meeting
on Saturdaj next at 2 p. m. All
members are requested to attend.
F. A. Lowell, commander: A. Z.
W A^A^ Mww
Big time Saturday evening at Blue
Hill hall. Music bj Murphj's or
chestia. Supper served. Free barn
room. All invited. ltp
Services in the Geiman language
will be held in the Swedish Lutheran
church in this village next Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Please take notice that Nelson's
photo studio in Princeton is open on
the flist and thud Saturdaj and
Sundaj of each month. 22-tfc
Deputj Clerk of Comt Came Hans
mejer returned on Monday fiom
Long Prairie, wheie she visited rel
atnesand incidentally talked poli
John P. Asp ot Borgholm will be
an independent candidate foi sheriff.
He will have to go some to beat
Ham Shocklej, the presept incum
Independent candidates for office
must hie certificates with the county
auditoi on or before October 15, the
thud Tuesdav preceding the general
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Greenbush Swedish Lutheran chinch
will meet with Mis. A. L. Reinoid
on Octobei 17 at 2 o'clock in the
Mr. and Mis. Seth C. Caley take
this means ol sincerelj thanking
their neighbors and other friends
who so kindh assisted them during
theii late affliction.
Free tuition to one from each
countj in business, shorthand, nor
mal, etc. Boaid and room $2.60 a
week Books lented. Opens October
8 Humboldt college. Humboldt.
The auction held b\ T. J. Kaliher
on'th" farm of John Balfanzon Tues
da\ was attended by a large number
of bujeis and e^erJthing sold at a
high nnce. especialh the milk cows
Mr and Mis James M. Johnson
take this means ol thanking the fire
laddies, neighbois and fnends who
assisted them in saving their proper
tv at the lire which threatened to
destiov then residence on Monday.
A half-mile of new highway be
tween no l-Liv creek road iii Kana
bec county and the Tom Lewis road
in Isle Haibor township has been
completed, and the Wahkon Enter
prise sajs it is one ot the finest
pieces of road work in that section.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Trask of Elk
River, Mr. and Mrs. George Staples,
Andrew Bullis, and Mr. and Mrs.
George Coates, in two automobiles,
made a trip to Mille Lacs lake on
Sunday. They were entertained at
dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burrell
in their bungalow at Izatys Point.
Mr. and Mrs. August Deppe
their son and daughter, Rudolph
Hattie, motored up from St
on Sunday and passed a few hours
with T. H. and Mrs. Prowse.
Kirsch, who was here hunting for
week, returned with them, and
mother, Mrs. H. Kirsch, went home
C. E. Palm left for Iowa Monday
on land busisness.
W. G. Grierson was in Minneapolis
on business Tuesday.
We are buying beans. Get our
prices. A. E. Allen & Co.
Go to Allen's store on Saturday
and put in a supply of wholesome,
Leger Armitage returned on Mon
day to Mankato to continue his stud
ies in a business college.
Mrs. J. v^. Hartman went to Min
neapolis on Monday to meet her sis
ter, Mrs. Hewson, of Seattle.
The last half of jour real estate
taxes must be paid before November
1 if \ou would escape the penalty.
J. A. Davis of Webster, S. D.,
brother of A. R. Davis, arrived here
this week and will probably remain
for the v\mtei.
Miss Lola Scheen visited friends in
twin cities the fore part of the tnie
Feed grinding every Monday at
Herman Emme's. Satisfaction guar
Don't miss the Dorcas ladies' sale
of home cooking at Allen's store on
The Dorcas society will meet with
Mrs. J. F. Darragh next Wednesday
Margaret and May Jensen left on
Monday for St. Paul to take courses
in the state agricultural college.
Mrs. M. E. Belsem was in the twin
cities on Monday and Tuesday pur
chasing new goods for her store.
New hats just arrived at Mrs.
sem's millinery store. Special
gains for Friday and Saturday.
S. S. Petterson left for Montana on
business trip last Saturday. He is
expected home by the end of the
Foreston intends building a new
city hall and jail. The structure
will be ot brick and concrete, 28 by
Rev. Eugene Ahl, accompanied by
his wife and family, returned last
Saturday from Howard Lake, where
he attended conference.
Miss Georgia Mounds of Rockford,
Minn., who has been visiting Mrs.
Edmund Young for a week, returned
home on Monday after a most enjoy
For sale, all my household furni
ture, including good piano in first
class condition and two fur coats in
good condition. Cheap for cash. J.
C. Van Alstein, Princeton. 40-tfc
The fire department wishes to pub
licly express its appreciation of the
liberal contribution ($25) received
from J. M. Johnson tor its work at
the fire in his residence on Monday.
Harry Van de Reit was down from
Milo on Saturday. He built a big
silo this summer and has greatly en
larged his barn. Mr. Van de Reit is
a farmer who believes in keeping in
the an of progress.
Last year Mille Lacs county re
turned moneys and credits at $178,-
683, this year it is only $133,745.
Can it be possible that the capital
ists of the county are growing poor
O. B. Newton has a new line of
men's mohair coats, mackinaw coats,
men's and bojTs'
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
A charity ball will be given at
Brands' opera house on Wednesday
evening, October 16, for a worthy
caps, and a full line
of quilts, blankets, etc., to which he
calls jour attention this week's
Union. Read his advertisement.
According to the Lake Bieeze
Chas. Johnson of Onamia recently
sold two steeis at the South St. Paul
stock yards that brought him ovei
$300. That is a prettj good acher
tisement for noithern Mille Lacs
Woik on the new St. Anthonj
elevator is progressing slowly in con
sequence of the inabilitj to secure
men. Manager Wikeen told us on
Tuesday that it had been found
necessaiv to send to the city to ob
Once more we urge load overseers
and township supervisors to utilize
some of the straw piles on the sandy
stretches of road. A coating of
straw will not last tor ever, but it
will help wonderfulh for the time
I will be at the M. E church in
Germany next Sundav forenoon, in
Greenbush at 3-30 in the afternoon
and at the Battle Brook school house
at 8 o'clock in the evening. All
should come to our meetings. Wm.
C. Achterkiich, Pastor.
Before ou start for Princeton to
have your picture taken be sure it is
the fnst or third Saturdaj or Sundaj
of the month, as these are the onlj
days ou will find Nelson, the famous
photographer from Anoka, at his
studio in Princeton. 2-tfc
Mr. and Mrs William H. Town
setad returned laslMThursda^ iffcbflf'a^
two-mmths' ^isit tp their old home
in Maine. They visited many of the
scenes of their childhood and found
many changes. The sojourn proved
a most enjojTable
one, says Mr. Town-
An experience meeting will be
given by the Methodist Ladies' Aid
society on November 1 in the parlors
of the church. Each member is ex
pected to earn a dollar between now
and then and at that time turn it in
to the treasury, telling how it was
earned. The public is invited to
At the meeting of the M. E.
Ladies' Aid society yesterday the
following officers were elected: Mrs.
Sylvia Hatcher, president: Mrs.
Anna Ewing, first vice president
Mrs. Daisy Mudgett, second vice
president: Mrs. Esther Larson,
treasurer Mrs. Julia Moore, secre
Church Topics a*
4 4. Sunday and Weekday
Morning worship at 10:30. Prelude
and postlude, solo, anthem by choir.
Subject, "Our Task." Director,
Mrs. H. C. Cooney organist, Mrs.
Benj. Soule. Sunday school at 12 m.
The orchestra will be a regular
feature of our Sunday school exer
cises. Evening service at 7:30, sub
ject, "Lesson of Human Achieve
ment Gleaned from the Life of Louis
Agassiz." Music by orchestra and
Young People's choir. Come and en
joy the singing.
There will be no preaching in Oak
Grove school house next Tuesday
Rev. Service's subjects for Sunday
Morning, "The Man and the
Shack." Evening, "Three Worlds in
Which We Live." Special music by
the choir. Mrs. Caley, musical di
rector Miss Walker, organist. Sun
day school, 11:45 a. m. Adna Orton,
superintendent. Brotherhood class
at the slose of the sermon.The young
people are cordially invited to attend
the teachers' normal training class
conducted by Miss King. Epworth
league Sunday evening at 7 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at 7:30. All are in
Special sale of hats Friday and
Saturday, October 11 and 12, at Mrs.
E. F. Griffith's.
Miss Gilson returned on Monday to
Minneapolis after a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Hepburn.
A large number of Indians, men
and women, are assisting in harvest
ing the potato crop in the vicinity of
Princeton, and are earning good
A lover of natural color effects can
now satisfy his soul to overflowing by
taking a jaunt into the woods. The
foliated variegations are wondrously
Miss Josephine Ford returned to
Minneapolis today after an extended
visit to her mother in Glendorado.
Her mother accompanied her to
Several wagonloads of people from
various parts of the country were
conveyed to Percy Harter's place last
evening to engage in a series of re
PailsSpecial sale of 10 and 12
quait pails at 10 cents, covered paiis
at 9 cents, and granite pans at 5
cents, 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
Mis. E. F. Giiffith, the Bazaar.
It is about time that the tennis
court poles and wire netting were
torn down and stored away for the
winter. Otherwise the blizzards will
see that the intfosaie is warped into
a heteiogeneous mass.
The Dorcas ladies will hold a food
sale at Allen's store on Saturday.
All kinds of home baking, blown
and white biead, lolls, cakeb and
cookies, doughnuts, pies and baked
beans will be offered for sale.
For sale, a lot of household goods,
including several heaters, chamber
suits, two center tables, several
stands, parloi suits, three carpets
and some gaiden tools. Sale Friday
and Saturday at Mrs. Hatch's late
Rev. J. O. Fisher returned on
Monday Irom Northfield, wheie he
attended the annual meeting of the
Minnesota Congregational associa
tion. He tells us that before he
reached Northfield a traveling man
kindh lemoved the bull moose em
blem fiom his overcoat and replaced
it with a Taft campaign button.
Schlegel & Diescher are pushing
along the aimorv construction as
rapidly as possible and executing the
finest kind of work thereon. There
are but few people in Princeton and
vicinitv who will not feel proud of
this magnificent structure, and the
bojs of Companj are anxiously
looking forward to the time when
it wlil be ready for occupancy.
Max Sigler. Lou Huntley and Sam
Hotchkiss of Milford, Iowa, and Jim
,$tacej of Coon Rapids, Iowa, pur
chased farm's iiuthis territory Pruning
the week from the Svarry & Palm
agencj, and will take possession
within a short time. They are prac
tical farmers and will doubtless suc
ceed in their new location. Prince
ton always welcomes men of this
The Inheritance Tax.
"Pa. what is an inheritance tax?'"
"An inheritance tax, my boy, is the
crowd of promoters, real estate agents
and mining stock sharks that take up a
man's time just as soon as they learn
that he hat, fallen heir to a little
money."Detroit Free Press.
It Would Come.
"I'd like to go away for the rest of
the week, sir." said the tired book*
"There is no need for you to' do
that." replied the employer. "Stay
here, and the rest of the week will
come to you."
g~ Come in, fellows, when
S~ smartest fabrics from
r' the best factories.
ever you are ready,
and let us
a great fall line of the
Prices to Suit Your Purse
Men's suits from $5.00 to $25.00
g~ Your Money's Worth or Money Back Princeton's Clothiers 3
I 1 Everything for Men 1
Young's men's suits from $5.00 to $18.00
Boys' suits from.. $|.95 to $10.00
E Herdquarters also for the guaranteed McKib- 3
bin Caps, Mackinaw Coats, Sheep Coats, Trousers, 3
Mitts, Shirts, Gloves, Hosiery and all kinds of 3
clothes for working men. 2
(Orton & Kaliher(,
\^M. NEELY, the well known harness man,
invites you, one and all, to inspect his
new line of horse blankets, and robes, which was
bought at a snap, and will be sold at a snap. If
you want to save some money, just come in, as
you don't have to knock to get in and, if you
don't find anything you want and prices don't
suit you, don't knock when you go out but come
back again when you find you can not do as well
elsewhere. Prices are right and goods the best.
E The Old Established Harness Man
FOLTZ & OLSON
Square Deal Meat Market!
Fresh and Salt Meats,
Oysters and Other Fish In Season I
Main Street Princeton, Minn
tSpecial for Saturday!
S E. NELSON & CO.'S&*
$ Men's Good, Heavy, Fleeced Underwear
good 50c value, a special, all sizes
39c per Garment