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That Give Pleasure and Lend Dignity
Tho*- H. Cale\ last week made a
business trip to points west of here
and albo Msited places at 31ille Lacs
Mrs A A Adams of Seattle was
here on a visit to hei brother, L. C.
Hummel, and his wife and familj
Toilet requisites of every kind, that is, in
great variety and high quality. Each and
every one you'll be glad to employ, and each
and every one will give you pleasure in using
and make your toilet one of dignity rather than
detraction. What is more attractive than a
dignified toilet, one that is in keeping with the
occasion and one which withstands unforeseen
requirements. It is no trouble to explain or
show our various toilet requisites. From combs
to cosmetics our line is complete, satisfactory,
serviceable and artistic.
Open Sundays from 9 ft. n. to 1 p. A
A mo\ing pictuie show, to be fol
lowed b\ a dance, will be gnen in
the Glendoiado hall on Fiida\ e\en
mg, Xo\embei 1. ltp
Foieston will soon commence the
election of a new village hall ade
quate to meet the demands of that
thufty little place.
Andrew Johnston of Wilhston, X.
was a guest of Mi. and Mrs. Fred
Townsend at their home in Baldwin
foi a few da\s last week
Albert Shobeig of Minneapolis is
putting the finishing touches on a
dwelling house which Albeit Ander
son of Wjanett is erecting'.
N. A Lind leturned from Bolfe,
Iowa, on Mondav and brought with
him se\en head of impoited and
home-bred Shoithoms foi his farm
in Blue Hill
Matt Schmdlei of St. Cloud, who
armed here last week to see his
sister, Mis. Otto Walters, who is in
the Xoithwestein hospital, letuined
home on Saturda\.
C. A. JACK
The Rexall Druggist
Qeorge I Staples is the only person -who is
authorized to collect money due this office. In
every oase the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
reoeint. R. OTTKH. Publisher.
kelson's photos please the people.
White navy beans wanted at A. E.
Allen & Co. 's.
Wanted, shoats and chickens at
the Ideal Restaurant. 44-tfc
I leads them allBengal steel-cut
coffee. Sold by A. E. Allen & Co.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Henrv Arnold ol Baldwin on Mon
The coffee that is all coffeeBen
gal steel-cut coffee. Sold by A. E.
Allen & Co.
The Doicas society will meet with
Mrs. F. M. Campbell next Wednes
Mrs. T. F. Scheen and daughtei,
Hjoerdis, were in St. Paul the fore
part of the week.
Mis. I. F. Mossman of Merriam
Park was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. Mossman o\er Sunda\.
To a-\ oid the 10 per cent penalty
the last half ot jour real estate taxes
must be paid before Novembei 1.
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Fndav and Sat
urday, October 23 and 2b. E\es
examined and glasses titled. Office
at Comrneicul hotel. JS-tlc
Conrad Ainhold of St. Cloud has
succeeded Andiew Moe as bushelman
at Orton & Kalihei s. Mi. Arnhold
is well known in Princeton, he hav
ing formerh li\ed heie
Ed Stiomwall oll^oreston is build
ing a substantial new residence.
Many new buildings ha\e been erect
ed in Foreston since spiing. The
village is growing iapidl\.
\11 peisons interested in the prog
ress and success of the Northern
Development association should not
fail to meet at McMillan & Stanley's
office tomonow evening at 8 o'clock.
Jacob Lesuie of Iowa Falls, Iowa,
who puichased a farm 23_ miles
south of this Ullage, with his wife,
were visiting at Walter Mark's this
week. They will locate on their
farm in the spring.
Bruno's great company put on
'The Family" at Brands' opera
house last e\ening and it was one of
the best plaj which has ever visited
Princeton. It gave entire satisfac
tionin fact everyone was delighted
with the manner of its rendition.
A carload of apples on sale at A.
E. Allen & Co. 's.
Dorcas society food sale at C. A.
Jack's store next Saturday.
Miss Eva Hatch went to the twin
cities yesterday to visit friends.
Try a pound of Bengal steel-cut
coffee. Sold by A. E. Allen & Co.
Mrs. Josephine Zimmerman is vis
iting friends in the cities for a few
Cap. Hummel of South Dakota is
here on a visit to his brother, L. C.
Fred Dugan departed on Tuesday
for Duluth to engage in the commis
John W. Stromwall of Foreston
was here yesterday in the interest of
his pinao business.
O. B. Newton, in a new ad this
week, calls \our attention to new
goods in hosierv, etc.
Russell Farnham of Brickton has
been elected president of the sopho
more class at Carlton college.
Foi wholesome home-cooked food
attend the Dorcas society's sale at
Jack's drug store next Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Davis were
here from Elk River on Saturday and
Mr. Davis favored the Union with a
Mrs. Allie Mott and daughter,
Doris, have returned from Doran,
wheie Mrs. Mott was cooking for a
Mrs. Delia Stewart of Lyons. N.
Y.. who was a guest of S. S. San
ford foi several davs. left for her
home on Monday.
Mrs. T. WT.
Thompson and her
mother, Mis Rusness. of Glendora
do. left vesterdaj morning for a short
\isit in Minneapolis.
Please take notice that Nelson's
photo studio in Princeton is open on
the first and third Saturday and
Sunday of each month. 22-tfc
Rev. A. O. Strauch will hold Ger
man services at the Swedish Luthei
an church in this village next Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Dr. and Mrs. Coonev, accompanied
bv Mrs. Spaulding and their son,
Chester, motored to Afton on Satur
dav and returned on Sunday.
Ewings' music store has a new ad
in this number which should prove
of interest to people contemplating
the purchase of pianos or organs.
Miss Mazie Mott, who is teaching
in a school near Milaca, came down
on Saturday morning and visited her
mother and sister until Sunday even
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Skahen and Mr.
and Mrs Yl illiam Kaliher, with S.
Skahen as chauffeur, made a trip
to Folej and St. Cloud on Sunday
in Mr Skahen's automobile.
Mrs. R. F. McClellan arrived here
on Mondav, evening from Saw telle,
Cal., to visit Mrs. Wm. Cordiner and
other friends. She expects her hus
band to airive here on Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. McClure received a
seveie bruise at Onamia last week by
beings precipitated from a buggy in
a runaway. She was lortuliate in
not receiving more serious injuries.
The Methodist church was crowded
on Sunday morning and evening,
when Rev. Service delivered sermons
on special subjects.- His subjects lor
next Sunday will be "The Turning
Point" and Alone'."
The Premier Colored Jubilee com
pany gave a very good entertainment
at the Congregational church last
evening which was much enjoyed by
those in attendance. The numbers
were all of a high degree of excel
The joists and stone trimmings
have arrived for the armory and the
building is now being pushed along
with all possible speed. Lieutenant
Alfred Johnson and the militia boys
anxiously await the time when they
can occupy their new building.
Get your apples now. A carload
on sale at A. E. Allen & Go.'s.
Mrs. G. W. McFarland jurent to
Mora yesterday to visit relatives.
Father Willenbrink returned on
Monday from a trip to Clear Lake.
Dinner will be served in the Green
bush M. E. church on election day.
Mrs. J. M. Johnson was visiting
friends in the twin cities on Mon
Found, an artificial brown woolly
dog. Owner may obtain same at
Union omce. ltp
Mrs. George Thoma arrived here
on Monday evening to visit rela
tives for a few days.
The M. E. Ladies' Aid society will
meet with Mrs. Adna Orton next
Dr. Bishop arrived here on Satur
day from Blue Earth to visit his
brother, John Bishop, and family.
Miss Augusta Stanberg returned on
Monday to Minneapolis after a
pleasant visit at her home in Wya
A. E. Allen & Co. will hold a spe
cial sale of ladies' suits next Satur
day and a large variety will be on
Duren Jack will leave tomorrow to
resume his work in a hardware store
at Willmar5 where he holds a good
Elmer Woodman has raised some
very fine celery this season. I has
particularly large stalks and is white
Herman and Henry Heitman are
executing the brick work on the new
bank building at Wahkon. Both are
Asa Paine drove through here on
Friday from Minneapolis on his way
to Brickton to look after his inter
ests at that place.
Martin Wicklund of Wyanett re
ceived by express on Tuesday a full
blooded Shropshire ram with which
to improve his flock of sheep.
Mrs. O. M. Warner returned on
Monday from North wood, Iowa,
where she visited her son, Fred, and
his wife for a couple of weeks.
A card party will be given under
the auspices of the L. O. T. M. next
Tuesday evening in I. O. O. F. hall.
Everyone invited. Admission 15c
I. F. Walker of Spencer Brook,
republican candidate for the legisla
ture in this district, was here on
Mondaj and said that prospects
looked good to him.
The Union was in error in stating
that Mrs. Taylor was nominated for
superintendent of schools in Sher
burne county. Mamie E. Hartfel
der was the nominee.
Commissioners Uglem and Sholin
left on Tuesday to attend a meeting
of the state organization of county
commissioneis at Austin as dele
gates from Mille Lacs.
A gasoline lighting plant has been
installed in the new Rex hotel at
Wahkon. This will later be replaced
with an electric plant. The Rex
hotel is finely equipped.
It would have been much better
had the cement gutter on the west
side of the postoffice been extended
to the extreme end of the Townsend
sidewalk. This should be done.
Don't miss the big masquerade ball
on Saturday evening next at the
Blue Hill hall. Prizes for best cos
tumes. No cne allowed to dance
before 12 o'clock unless masked, ltp
The Dorcas society will hold a pure
food sale at Jack's drug store next
Satuidav. Home cooked foods,
wholesome and of fine flavor, may
then be obtained at reasonable prices.
The camp meeting of the Children
of God, a religious organization
which was entertained by Percy
Harter, disbanded last Saturday
and the delegates left for their
R. W. Freer came down from Mil
aca on Monday and returned on
Tuesday. Mr. Freer says that he
and his wife like Milaca very much
the locality in which they live is
very quiet and thev have good neigh
A big line of ladies' and misses'
sample coats and mackinaws, which
were bought from Greenberg Bros.,
New York, will be sold at a great
saving at Mark's Great Bargain
Store. Mr. Mark will be here to
The following marriage licenses
weie issued by the clerk of court on
October 17: Andrew H. Sawyer of
Olmstead county and Ida Petterson
of Milaca township Carl H. Dahl
stroni and Manna M. Erickson, both
of Milaca village.
Before you start for Princeton to
have your picture taken be sure it is
the first or third Saturday or Sunday
of the month, as these are the only
days you will find Nelson, the famous
photographer from Anoka, at his!
studio in Princeton. 2-tfc
THE PRINCETON UNION:* ratUIBSDAY, bCTOBER 24, ldl2.
Sunday and Weekday
Sunday, October 27Morning wor
ship at 10:30 prelude ttnd postlude,
anthem by choir and vocal solo sub
ject, "True Religion According to
Isaiah." Sunday school at 12 m.
Evening service at 7:30 music by
the orchestra and Young People's
choir, sermon to young people.
The pastor will preach in the Oak
Grove school house on Tuesday, Oc
tober 29, at 7:45 p. m.
Rev. Service's subjects for Sunday
Morning, "The Turning Point
evening, "Alone." Special music by
the choir. Mrs. Caley, musical di
rector Miss Walker and Miss Svarry,
organists. Sunday school, 11:45 a.
m. Adna Orton superintendent.
Brotherhood class at the close of the
sermon. Don't forget the. teachers'
training class at 11:45 a. m., con
ducted by Miss King. Epworth
laegue Sunday evening at 7 o'clock
Adna Orton, leader.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
Everybody invited to join in the
activities of the Methodist church.
Gorn husking is in full blast in
Reinhart Manke has completed a
fine chicken house.
Miss Bertha Newman left for St.
Cloud on Tuesday for a visit.
Henry Heitman last week motored
to Wahkon, where he is laying brick.
Miss Marie Wiess was the guest of
her friend, Delia Heitman, on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilhelm and
family and Mr. and Mrs. E. Gens
and family were callers at the G,
Manke home on Sunday.
Earl Babb has returned home from
Montana, where he spent the sum
School started in district 37 on
Monday after a vacation of two
Potato digging is nearly over in
this vicinity and everybody is hurry
ing to get them out before thev
freeze. The crop is fairly good this
A. T. Anderson has just completed
a fine machine shed for Fred Baxter
and will start working on A. J. Rey
nolds' new barn the last of this
A large number of friends of Miss
Ina McKenney gave a party for her
at her home on Thursday evening,
October 17. The evening was pleas
antly spent in playing games. A de
licious lunch was served at midnight,
after which all departed for their
various homes at a late hour, having
enjoyed the event immensely.
The Axt kids spent Sunday at H.
It's too bad that Leo and Earl met
with that accident last Saturday
A. G. Bemis has wound up thresh
ing for this season and is now pre
paring for hunting.
Josephine Shipanski and Lulu Mc
Evitt spent Saturday and Sundav at
the latter's home in Monticello.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson, Miss
Emma Johnson and Jake Knutsen
motored to Santiago on Sunday and
spent the day with relatives.
Mrs. Jno. Aarseth will entertain
the Norwegian Ladies' Aid society
on Wednesday, October 30, at 2 p.
m. All are tendered an invitation.
Chas. Erickson left on Saturdav for
Minneapolis, where he will seek a
position as barber. Chas. has always
done good work and will make "a
splendid business man.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Almlie enter
tained at dinner on Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Oie Uglem, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Ege and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Anderson and family and Miss Clara
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erickson gave
a party to about 60 guests last Sat
urday evening. Dancing was the
chief amusement and a delicious
lunch was served at midnight. The
guests departed early in the morn
pronouncing Mr. and Mrs. Erickson
I royal entertainers.
Mrs. Sandquist entertained at
i luncheon on Sunday afternoon in
I honor of Miss Clara Sandquist, it
being her eighteenth birthday anni
versary. Those present were Misses
Ellen McCrory, Elsie Stark, Ethel
Reinord, Edna Tolberg, Augusta
Larson, Agnes Anderson and Messrs.
Nels and Jens Ege. All enjoyed
the afternoon amusements and
wished Clara many happy returns of
BOGUS BROOK AND BORGHOLM
Joe Niesen was a Princeton visitor
J. P. Billings returned from Min
neapolis on Tuesday.
Miss Cecile Hofferbert was a Sun
day visitor at the Ole Swedberg
Albin Swenson of St. Paul has
rented the Oscar Sjoberg farm and
moved onto it.
The dance at the Asp home on
Saturday evening was well attended
and a good time was had.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Buirge and
family were here a few days last
week inspecting their farm.
Miss Alma Flack and Peter N'iesen
came down from Onamia on Thurs
day and returned on Saturday.
Bert Ziemer returned on Friday
from Lisbon, N. D., where he has
been employed during the threshing
Miss Valborg Norman returned
from Minneapolis on Thursday after
an extended visit with friends and
relatives at that place.
Mrs. V. A. Rowland left for Wa
tertown, S. D., on Saturday to visit
her father, who is being treated for
a severe case of blood poisoning.
Miss Ethel Lindstrom returned on
Friday from Hibbing, where she has
r ever you are ready,
SEE and let us
1 ^Everything foi^Mjejf
and Boys 1
Come in, fellows, when
a great fall line of the
g: smartest fabrics from
S~ the best factories.
E Prices to Suit Your Purse
Orton & Kaliher
Your Money's Worth or Money Back
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Settle Your Piano Question Now
Right now is the best time of all the year for piano buying, and our prices
are right. Here are some of the makes we sell:
Mason & Hamlin Raudenbusch & Sons
Conover A. B. Chase
Cable Wesley Knabe
and others. Also the famous Estey, Mason &
Hamlin, and Farrand Organs.
^SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Ewings' Music Store
One Door East of Union Office PRINCETON
been visiting for some time
Lindstrom returned with her.
Leonard Burns transacted business
at the county seat on Monday.
Mesdames C. A. Erickson, Chas.
West and Leonard Burns visited
with their sister, Mrs. Quanstrom in
South Foik on Wednesday and
Dr. Bishop and Mr. Eggert of Ma
pleton were up here Friday and Sat
urday inspecting the Bishop land in
Dalbo. We understand Mr. Eggert
has bought the land and will move
onto it in the near future.
Obituary of Mrs. Peter Bergstedt
Mrs. P. Bergstedt was born in
Sweden on April 6, 1855, and died at
her home, near Glendorado on Octo
ber 14, 1912, being at the time of her
death 57 years 6 months and 8 days
of age. She leaves, besides her hus
band, a daughter, Miss Alice John
son, two brothers, Eleck and Peter
Westling of Borgholm, and two sis
ters, Mrs. Tasche of Washington and
Miss Betsy Westling of Borgholm,
besides other relatives to mourn her
demise. She was of a sunny dispo
sition and loved by all who knew
her, consequently she leaves a large
circle of friends who extend their
heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved
family.The funeral was held Fridav
from the home of her brother and
the interment was in the family lot
in the Bock cemetery. Peter Berg
stedt, Alice Johnson.1
time of going-
Peter Westling and^ sisters desire to
extend their sincere thanks to the
friends and neighbors who kindly as
sisted them during the illness and
death of their beloved wife, mother
and sister, respectively.
For SaleA Snap.
Eighty acres, two and two-thirds
miles east -of Princeton, on main
traveled road, sandy loam soil, on
telephone and mail routes, with a
good two-story, seven-room house,
hardwood finish, a fair barn and
chicken coop, a large machine shed,
granary, tool or store house, two
wells of good water. Buildings are
situated in grove of natural timber
with very pretty yard. No waste
land. A lot of valuable timber for
building, fencing, or for fuel pur
poses. A good meadow that can all
be cut, and all the field necessary on
a farm of this size. This farm lays
fine and has a good pasture. Place
will be sold right if disposed of
wtihout delay. Inquire at Princeton
Union office. 44-2tp
Princeton's Clothiers 8
The quotations hereunder are those
morning at the
GRAIN, HAY, ETC.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern 83
Wheat, No. 2 Northern 81
Wheat, No. 3 Northern 77
Beans, hand picked 1.75(a)2.00
Beans, machine run email@example.com
Wild hay 7.50
Tame hay 12.00
Fat beeves, per ft 3c 6c
Calves, per ft 4c 5e
Hogs, per cwt $6.75
Sheep, per ft 3c(a4
Hens, old, per ft 9c^l0
Springers, per ft lOc
Minneapolis, Wednesday evening.
Wheat, No. 1 hard, 91c No. 1 Nor
thern, 89c No. 2 Northern, 87c
White Oats. 31c No 3. 29c.
Flax, No. 1, $1.55.
Corn, No. 3 Yellow, 66c.
I shall offer for sale at public auc
tion on my -farm, the old Solberg
place, in section 30, town of Green
bush, 8 miles west of Princeton and
miles east of the Glendorado
store, on Thursday, November 7
beginning at 1 p. m., all of my live
stock, consisting of one span of
mules, two milk caws, 11 sprine
pigs and 6 dozen White Leghorn
chickens, farm machinery, vehicles
household goods 75 swarms of bees!
mostly pure Italian, in 8 and 10
frame hives, free from disease: ex
tracting supers, honey extractor, 2
large honey tanks, and numerous
other articles. See posters for fur
1. J. Kaliher, Auctioneer.
A. Eaton, Clerk. 44-2tc
Oscar Peterson was in Minneapolis
on business Tuesday.