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Nelson's photos please the people.
T. F. Scheen and daughter,
On Maich 27, 28, 29 and 30 the
state Sunday school convention will
be held at Duluth.
If \ou want to bii} a faim call and
see Robt. H. King, for he hat. the
best at right pi ices. 6-tfc
J. A. Lescher, irom Iowa, has
taken possession or the J. H. Arn
holdt place, purchased by him some
Henry Winsor of Alberta, Canada,
was a guest ol his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Winsor, over Sun
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
For new styles at lowest prices go
to Mrs. Belsem's millinery store.
You will find there the Easter hat
\ou are looking for. 13-1tc
A. S. Mark's annual spring sale is
attracting a large number of buyers
to the Great Bargain Store and the
clerks are kept continually busy.
Mrs. Olof Stjernquist will enter
tain the Young People's society of
the Swedish Lutheran church at her
home Wyanett tomorrow evening.
Mrs. A. A. Caswell of Anoka was
a guest of Mrs. F. L. Small and
other friends in Princeton from
Thursday evening to Saturday morn
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Friday and Sat
urday, Maich 21 and 22. Eyes
examined and glasses fitted. Office
at Commercial hotel. 38-tfc
The usual prayer meeting will be
held in the Methodist church this
e\enino at 7 o'clock, and at the close
the quarter]} boaid meeting will be
held the pastoi's study.
Weslej Trowbridge, who recently
arnved heie fiom Iowa and is located
on the Bender farm in Blue Hill
"which he recenth purchased, was
among the Union's calleis on Mon
The county board of audit, consist
ing of Carl Sholin. chairman of the
board of county commissioners: W.
C. Doane, county auditor: and Rob
ert H. King, clerk of court, was in
session this week.
The new Nemo corsets are here.
Others try to sell jou "something
just as good" but do not be deceived.
Buy the Nemo and you are sure of
the best. Sold in Princeton only by
A. E. Allen & Co.
Despite the disagreeable weather
which prevailed the latter part of
last week the canned goods demon
stration at C. H. Nelson's attracted
a large number of people and the
goods were of the best.
E. F. Harrington and Virgil Win
sor came over from Foley on Satur
day and were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
S. Winsor over Sunday. The boys say
they are well satisfied with Foley
they like the people and their real es
tate business started out auspi
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goulding en
tertained the Anniversary club on
Friday evening. All members were
in attendance and the principal fea
ture of the evening was the dancing
of a German jig by Heine Plaas on
the dining-room table to the strains
of "Bingen on the Rhine."
Don't for a single instant lose sight of the fact that
medicines should be purchased from a druggist who exercises
business judgment. In fact, it requires expert business judg-
ment to buy drugs and medicines. When you place your order
for drugs in our hands you are assured of getting the best
medicines, drugs and chemicals. Not an inferior article is to
be found in our stock. Make your purchases from us and you
get all of the advantages of our expert business judgment.
Besides, you get an accurate, prompt and efficient service.
George I. Staples is the only person who la
authorized to collect money due this office. In
every case the party paying money is entitled
to and should Insist upon receiving a printed
reoelpt. R. C. DUNN. Publisher.
Phone Your Order
Open Sunday! from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
C. A. JACK
TKe Hexa ll Druggist
areasiii.iuiiijn iiiiViiiiiiiiiiiwiiii 111minimum up
Frank Judkins of Foreston was
among the Union's callers on Satur
Mrs. A. S. Mark came up from St.
Paul last Saturday and returned on
in Minneapolis on
Mis. F. L. Small left this morn
ing fr Spokane to visit her mothei,
who is sick.
Stanley have buyers
for both improved farms
White Plymouth Rock
cents per setting. Allen
Hayes, Princeton. 12-tfc
The Norwegian Lutheran society
will meet at Jacob Jacobson's in
Greenbush on March 26.
A son was born to Mr. and Mis.
C. Tiask at Elk River on March
and Carl is the proudest man
Sebastian Allmann of Tower is
visiting his brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Lipp, at Long
A first-class supper will be given
for 25 cents by the Ladies' Aid so
ciety of the Methodist church on
You will have to hurry to our an
nual spring sale as the best bargains
are being carried away fast. Mark's
Great Bargain Store. 13-ltc
Mrs. Wm Herald of Alma. Wis.,
who was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.
C. Meyer for several days, returned
to her home on Monday.
The Mcllhargey Hardware & Fur
niture Co. carries an ad on the Uni
ted States cream separator in this
number. Read the advertisement.
All kinds of new goods coming in
every daynew corsets, new shoes,
new dress goods. See all the new
spring goods at A. E. Allen & Co.'s.
Remember the auction sale at An
drew Larson's farm, near West
Branch creamery, on Wednesday,
April 2. See posters for particulars.
There is an increased demand for
lemon extract and red ink in the
lake countrythe Indians have just
received $75 apiece from the govern
Money to loan on improved farms
at current rates. Liberal on or be
fore privileges. See me before plac
ing your loan. Robt. H. King,
Princeton, Minn. 6-tfc
The members of the Methodist La
dies' Aid society are requested to
meet in the basement of the church
next Tuesday afternoon to make
pieparations for the Easter sale.
Many a man is hard to satisfy, yet
all he needs is a hair restorer and
Dandei-Off cure: which is Hughel's
Dander-Off. Sold and guaranteed at
Anderson & Earley's tonsorial par
lo r- 13-tfc
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Robbins of
Katbio. who passed the winter in
Florida, will come north for the
summer. Thousands of their name
sakesthe robinswill do the same
A. B. Giamer left on Monday for
the Pacific coast to look over the
country and. if he finds a desirable
location, will latei take up his resi
dence there. He expects to be gone
about six weeks.
Don't miss our annual spring sale.
Prices lower than any catalogue
house or twin city store. Come in
and look us over and. if we cannot
save you money, don't buy. Mark's
Great Bargain Store. 13-ltc
Mrs. C. A. Jack and Mrs. F. L.
Small gave a card party to a num
ber of ladies on Friday afternoon
at the Jack residence and a de
lightful period of sociality was
passed. At 5 o'clock luncheon was
A farmers' institute, under the di
rection of the extension division
the state university, is in progress
at Milaca. The institute opened
Tuesday and will close next Satur
day. Prizes will be awarded for agri
cultural exhibits, cooking,, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McFarland re
turned to their home in Minneapolis
Mrs. A Hie Mott left on Monday for
Crystal bay, Lake Minnetonka, where
she will visit friends for a fortnight.
A. E. Allen & Co. call your atten
tion to the new spring styles for
women in an ad in this week's
The Princeton fire department
will give its annual ball at Brands'
opera house on Monday evening.
A. G. McFarland and daughter,
Helen, came up from Minneapolis on
Monday to be present at the funeral
of L. S. Briggs.
McMillan & Stanley have buyers
for two improved 80-acre farms near
Princeton which can be handled on
reasonable terms. 12-tfc
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bandemer and
children came up from St. Paul on
Saturday to visit relatives and re
turned this morning.
Mrs. O. K. Carlson, who was here
on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Coates, returned to her home in
Minneapolis this morning.
M. F. Griswold, principal of the
Chase Brook school, visited County
Superintendent Guy Ewing and other
friends in Princeton on Saturdav.
The new spring suits, the new
spring coats, the new dresses and
shoes are on display at the store that
carries the big stock. A. E. Allen
For an enjoyable evening you
should not fail to attend the fire
men's ball at Brands' opera house
next Monday, March 24. First-cass
Miss Ruth Briggs arrived here on
Monday from Edgerton, Wis., having
been summoned in consequence of
the death of her brother, L. S.
A. J. Hirsch of Minneapolis was
here on Saturday adjusting the fire
loss on the Whitcomb & Nybeig
blacksmith shop for the insurance
A basket social, with an entertain
ment, will be given in the George
Schmidt school house by Miss Eva
Umbehocker's pupils on Friday even
ing. March 28. Everyone welcome.
Are you going to paper? If so,
then you should see my samples, as
I have the choicest line I've ever
seen. Samples shown and estimates
furnished on request. F. M. Pen
Be sure and call at Ewings' Music
Store and hear some of those new
indestructible blue amberol Edison
records, and see the latest style ma
chine. Prices within the reach of
all: $15, $22, $27, $32, $35, and up to
A meeting of the baseball team,
manager and board of directors, has
been called for this evening at 8
o'clock in the village hall. Arrange
ment will be made for selecting suits
for the coming season and disposing
of other pre-season preliminaries.
The Ladies' Aid society of the M.
E. church will hold its Easter sale
in the parlors of the church next
Wednesday, March 26. afternoon and
evening. Useful and fancy articles
and home-made candy will be on
sale. Supper will be served from
5:30 until all are supplied.
The theme of Rev. Service's Easter
sermon, to be delivered by him next
Sunday evening, will be "The
World's Greatest Tragedy and
Hope." I is particularly appropri
ate to the occasion and should prove
of interest. The Methodist church
was packed at both services last Sun
N. M. Nelson recently added three
new machines to his blacksmith shop
equipmentone clipper grinder, one
keyseater to mill out key seats in
shafting, and one disc sharpener.
Farmers having dull disc harrows
which need sharpening should bring
them in early before the spring rush
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1913.
i 3 .i
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Anderson of
Milo township were tendered a fare
well surprise by a number of their
neighbors on Tuesday and were
presented with a purse of money.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will leave
shortly for South Dakota, where
they expect to take up their perma
Monday was St. Patrick's day and
there were many who wore,green rib
bons or artificial shamrocks in their
lapels, and the Union employes, as
usual, donned their green silk ties,
on Mike Mahoney came to town wearing
a green vest and sash and carrying
a shillalah, but he could not find a
single Orangeman to practice or*.
H. C. Schumacher of Livonia was
a caller at the Union office on Tues
day. Mr. Schumacher has lived on
the farm which he now owns for 24
years and previous to that time was
a business partner of Hon. I. F. Wal
ker at Spencer Brook. He is a most
genial gentleman who has a host of
friends in this part of the country.
Oscar Carlson has resigned his po
sition as manager for the Enterprise
Brick company at Wrenshall and is
now visiting his parents at Long Sid
ing. He will shortly go to Menomi
nee, Wis., where he has secured a lu
crative position as general manager
and salesman of the Red Press Brick
company. Oscar is familiar with
every detail of the brick business and
his employers will undoubtedly find
him a valuable man.
Oscar Stark, the new village mar
shal, is a man who is serving the
best interests of the community, and
he is entitled to praise for the work
which he is performing outside of
his duties as village policeman. On
Tuesday he applied a shovel to the
muddy crosswalks, thoroughly
cleaned them and, after the recent
snowstorms he plowed out the drifts
about town. Mr. Stark should be re
tained in office, for he is certainly a
good man for the position.
E. L. Clement left this morning
for Chicago, where he will enter the
John C. King home for old men, one
of the finest institutions of its kind
in the country. The home is sup
ported by an endowment of $1,500*,-
000 left for that purpose by the late
Mr. King. Those who enter the in
stitution are required to pay the
sum of $500, which goes into a re
serve fund. Mr. Clement is a fine
old gentleman, and we aie sorry to
see him leave Princeton, but hope
he will enjoy his declining years.
FOB. SALESome S. C. snow
white Orpington cockerels from prize
stock, prices $2.50 and $3 also eggs
for hatching from white Orpingtons,
fertility guaranteed, $1.50 for 15
eggs. Inquire of C. O. Moore. 13-ltc
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
GRAIN, HAY, ETC.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern 77
Wheat, No. 2 Northern 75
Wheat, No. 3 Northern 72
Beans, hand picked firstname.lastname@example.org
Beans, machine run email@example.com
Wild hay 4.00
Tame hay 7.50
Fat beeves, per fib 3c 6c
Calves, per 9b 4c 5c
Hogs, per cwt $6.75
Sheep, per fib 3c@4c
Hens, old, per fib 9c@10
Springers, per fib 10c
Minneapolis, Wednesday evening.
Wheat, No. 1 hard, 86c No. 1 Nor
thern, 85c No. 2 Northern, 83c
white Oats, 30c No. 3, 28c.
Flax, No. 1, $1.25.
Corn, No. 3 Yellow, 47c.
IJOW many times in the last two
weeks have you passed our store? 3
Did you take a glance at our show win- 3
dows? Did you think about coming in?
We believe the New Clothes we have
will please your taste and your purse. 2
Everything in Easter toggery for men
and boys, Dress Shirts, Hats, Caps, Ties, 3
Hosiery, etc., etc. 3
Next time you are down town come in. Roberts-Wicks styles 3
deserve your keenest interest. 3
Orto & Kal i her 1
C. H. NELSON'S
Make your head-dress for
Easter of heathercoat maline.
A yard will make one and
we will show you how.
Heathercoat maline is guar
anteed against rain, moisture
Niagara Maid gloves,
derwear and hosiery are
best that money can buy.
you want the best try
agara Maid. A guarantee
ticket goes with every pair.
If the tips wear out before
the glove come to us for a
Niagara Maid 16-button,
extra heavy, in black, white,
navy and tans, $1.75 per
Niagara Maid 16-button, in
tans, silver, navy, black or
white, $1.50 per pair.
12-button lengths, black,
navy, white and tans, double
tipped, good quality, $1.00
Embroidered 16 button
lengths, in pink, light blue,
corn-colored, black and
white, per pair $1.50.
Niagara Maid silk em
broidered vests, can be
washed and pressed without
injury to the fabric.
If you want silk hosiery
that will stand wear, buy
Niagara Maid glove silk
hose. They cost the same
as inferior kinds, but wear
Here is a bargain, ladies'
dressing sacques, made of
flowered lawns, with short
kimona sleeves and Dutch
neck, very pretty and only
Full size bed spreads,
good weight, special at 75c
Extra large and
Turkish towels, a
value at 25c each.
In buying your Easter
clothing don't iorgetg
your corset is the essential
thing. A good corset is the
foundation of a perfect form.
Try a Bon Ton, it will give
you the secret of slenderness
and also a good fit to your
Bon Ton Royal "Worcester
corsets are made to fit the
figure. Their workmanship
is absolutely flawless. Let
oour next corset be a Royal
Worcester or a Bon Ton, and
thereby insure good fit and"
This season's fashionable
outer garments are in. We
are showing some of this
season's choicest selections
from the celebrated work
shop of Worth. Come in and
let us show you the coat you
will like. Ladies' coats range
in price from $7.50 to $25.00.
Children's coats from $1.50
Men, if you want the best
hat for your money, the
classy kind, let us show you
the Patterson hat. We have
a complete line in all the
newest shapes and colors.
Have you looked at the
stylish, up-to-date line of
Queen Quality shoes we are
showing for spring? We have
them in all leathers, button
or lace, in shoes, oxfords or
pumps, at $3.00, $3.50, $4.00,
$4.50 and $5.00.
A real ladies' shoe bargain,
while they last, only $1.7&
per pair. These shoes were
bought before the advance in
leather, and only for that
reason are we able to quote
this price. This is a very
stylish, vici kid, patent tip
button shoe, with medium
high heel, looks as good as
any $2.50 shoe. While they
last, our price to you $1.78.
Spring line sample shoes.
A good time to save money
on your shoe bill. Now this
is an elegant line of samples,
and your boys and girls can
be fitted out nicely at about
one-third less. This is also a
good chance for small women
Our prices are always low
er than our quality.