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A Splendid Assortment of
Robes and Blankets $
at Various Prices.
The robes are of the best to be obtained and
the blankets are from the factory of the famous
Northern Ohio Woolen Company.
Our store is now well stocked up with every-
thing you need in horse clothing, and we shall be
pleased to show you the goods.
Harness of Every Description
The Harness Man
Sunday November 9. Morning
worship 10-45 subject, "The Mace
donian Cry." Violin solo, Donald
Marshall. Vocal solo, Mrs. George
Sunday school 12 m.
Evening service 7.30 subject,
"What is Your Life?"
Music by young people's choir.
Come and enjoy a helpful evening
of worship and song.
Rev Fisher will preach in the Oak
Grove school house at 8 p. m. Mon
Services will be held in the Green
bush church next Sunday, Nov
ember 9, at 10-30 a. m., and in
the Princeton church at 3 p. m.
Sunday school at 2 p. m.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Princeton Swedish Lutheran church
meets at the home of Mrs. J. A. Le
Vine today at 2:30 p. m.
The Y. P. S. will meet on Friday in
the church at 8 p. m. All are wel
come. John A. LeVine, Pastor.
Rev. Service's subjects for Sunday
Morning, "What's Up?" Even
ing, "Who Can Tell?" Special
music by the choir. Mrs. Caley,
musical director Miss Walker and
Miss Anderson, organists. Sunday
school at 11 *35 a. m. Mrs. Ewing,
superintendent. Brotherhood class
at the close of the sermon. The
young people are cordially invited to
attend the Teachers' Training class
on Sunday at 11:35 a. m. Epworth
league Sunday evening at 7 o'clock
Miss Carol Howard, leader.
Ladies' Aid society meets every
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
at 7:30. Rev. Dr. Jordan will con
duct the prayer meeting. At the
close of the meeting he will hold the
first quarterly conference of the year.
A cordial welcome awaits you at
the Methodist church.
The pastor requests the attendance
of all members and adherents of the
Methodist church next Sunday
morning and evening.
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913.
Sunday and Weekday
Services at St. Edward's Catholic
church every second and fourth Sun
day of the month. Low mass at 8:30
a. m., and high mass at 10:30 a. m.
Sermon at both masses. In the
evening vespers at 7:30, with sermon
and benediction of the blessed sacra
Services next Sunday at 10:30 a.
m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
There will be no evening services.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO I
Mrs. Maria Stamm is here from
Monticello visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs Arad Ross.
Lucy Adams came up from Elk
River on Saturday and stayed over
Sunday at Newell Ross'.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Clough of
Minneapolis were guests of Mrs. R.
C. Dunn last Thursday evening.
The stars and stripes are proudly
floating from the flagstaff in front
of the G. A. R. hall in honor of the
defeat of the great pension vetoer.
Mrs. Edith Spurr of West Superior
came here on Tuesday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blakney
Miles Blakney returned to West Su
perior on Wednesday.
John W. Cater, who has been very
ill for several weeks, was able to
visit the Union office this afternoon
It is needless to add that Johnny
was accorded a hearty welcome.
Several of the old ladies of the
village met at Arad Ross' residence
on Monday to hold a birthday cele
bration with Grandma Ross, who
has passed her eighty-sixth birthday
on the journey of life.
The editor appreciates the friend
ship of the rough big-hearted lum
bermen. We heard from them in
Brainerd, Little Falls, Royalton,
Sauk Rapids and here at home.
Boys, you will always have a friend
in the writer of this paragraph.
Here's the Huskrat Law.
"No person shall take, catch or
kill any beaver at any time, or any
mink or muskrat between the
fifteenth day of April and the first
day of December following, and no
person shall molest, injure or destroy
any muskrat, mink or beaver house,
den or dam at any time, or hunt or
pursue such animals with dog or
dogs, except that in the open season
herein provided for the taking,
catching or killing of muskrats
muskrat houses may, for the purpose
of placing traps therein, be opened
in such a manner only as will not
destroy, damage or injure the same
as a place of habitation for musk-
I WANT COLUMN I
Notice under this head will be insertedl
word N advertisement wil
be published in this column for less than 15 cts.
WANTEDA competent girl for
general housework. Mrs. Ed L.
Saxon, Princeton. 45 -2tc
LOSTA light red cow, weight
1,000 pounds. Finder return to
Calvin Olson's meat market for re
LOSTAn unlined Swedish sheep
coat, dark color, between Allen's
store and Westman's farm in Bald
win. Finder please return to
Union office for reward. 46-ltc
tfOR SAL E.
FOR SALETwenty-four shoats.
Apply to Henry Will, section 7,
Wyanett Route 2, Princeton. 46-ltp
FOR SALEBuff Orpington cock
erels, all prize winners, also a few
white Orpington cockerels 1% years
old. Inquire of C. O. Moore. 45-ltc
FOR SALEA good farm team,
weight about 1,400 pounds each, for
cash or on time with bankable
paper. Inquire at Evens hardware
store or address T. G. Yotten,
Princeton, Minn. 46-2tp
FOR SALEA full-blooded hound,
can't be beaten for coon, skunk or
wolves. Inquire of Chas. Gaulier,
Route 1, Princeton. 45-2tp
FOR SALEFull-blooded, single
comb white Leghorn roosters. Fifty
cents apiece while they last. George
Hatch, Route 1, Princeton. 43-tfc
FOR SALETwo heavy draft
horses, weight 3.200 pounds, also
harness. Won first prize at Mille
Lacs County fair. Mike Mahoney,
FOR SALEGood mare, 3 years
old. weight about 1,300 pounds, un
broken. Henry Marpe, Prince
FOR SALEM residence prop
erty on south Main street, Prince
ton, for sale cheap. Address W. C.
Middlebrook, New Richmond, Wis.
FOR SALEAn 80-acre farm, 3
miles from Princeton, 50 acres under
plow. A good bargain. Look it
over. A. M. Jones, Owner, Route
4, Princeton. 31-tfc.
Wanted, hogs and cattle at L. C.
Hummel's meat market, Princeton.
Highest market prices paid. 13-tfc
CRYING FOR HELP.
Lots of It in Princeton But Daily Grow
The kidneys often cry for help.
Not another organ in the whole
body more delicately constructed
not one more important to health.
The kidneys are the filters of the
blood. When they fail the blood be
comes foul and poisonous. There
can be no health where there is
poisoned blood. Backache is one of
the frequent indications of kidney
trouble. It is often the kidneys' cry
for help. Heed it. Read what
Doan"s Kidney Pills have done for
overworked kidneys. Proof of merit
in the following statement:
Mrs. A. Thorpe, Elk River P. O.
Otsego, Minn., says: I have
known of Doan's Kidney Pills for
years. They have relieved me of
sharp, shooting pains through my
back and in my hips. There is noth
ing too good for me to say about
Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers or upon re
ceipt of price, 50 cents. Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the nameDoan'sand
take no other. Adv.
First Pub. Nov. 63t
Citation for Hearing on Petition for
Estate of Olaus C. Farseth.
State of Minnesota, County of
Mille Lacs.In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of
Olaus C. Farseth, decedent.
The State of Minnesota, to Anna
K. Farseth, Harald Farseth, Eliza
P. Farseth, Paul G. Farseth, Carl
Farseth, and Marianna Farseth. and
all persons interested in the grant
ing of administration of the estate
of said decedent:
The petition of Thrina Farseth
having been filed in this court, rep
resenting that Olaus C. Farseth,
then a resident of the county of
Cass, state of North Dakota, died
intestate on the 18th day of October,
1913 and praying that letters of ad
ministration of his estate be granted
to Thrina Farseth, and the court
having fixed the time and place for
hearing said petition:
Therefore, you and each of you,
are hereby cited and required to
show cause, if any you have, before
this court at the probate court rooms
in the court house, in the city of
Princeton, in the county of Mille
Lacs, state of Minnesota, on the 1st
day of December. 1913, at ten o'clock
a. m., why said petition should not
Witness, the judge of said court,
and the seal of said court, this third
day of November, 1913.
Wm. V. Sanford,
(Court Seal) Probate Judge.
C. G. Dosland,
Attorney for Petitioner,
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After buying that bill of lumber you are going to need, and using it, you may be
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Dry Stove Wood Deliver ed to Any Part of the Village
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BENJAHIN SOULE, Manager
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Pish and Game in Season.
South Meln street Princeton, Minn.
Want a boiler you can depend on to wearand
wear tor years? Then get the Cream City kind.
You can depend on any utensil that bears that
name to give the best possible servicebut
especially on the Cream City Wash Boiler.
You'll find it lasts twice as long as the
common kind. For it's made extra
strong to stand the knocks it's
sure to get on wash day. Has
swaged sides wired rims
-big hooked handles that make it
easier to lift and empty and prevent
pinching or burning your hands. Is
guaranteed to last longer and give
better service. Come in and Bee
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No. 9IX Tin Boner.
No. 9 12 oz. all copper.
No* 9 14 oz. all copper.
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