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LADIES' and GIRLS' NEW SPRING
The Palmer Coats for Ladies
The American Girl Coats for Girls.
We are showing a very nice line of
Girls' Coats TO flE
We have a large assortment of Lad
ies' Coats from $5.00 1 ft
and up to P I
If you don't get a stylish Coat it will
not look new
OUR COATS ARE COATS WITH
LADIES' SKIRTS AND SPRING
We will offer Saturday, and for one
week, 50 new Navy Blue Serge Skirts
values up to $5.75 GA O
at each 4P*K5J
We will also offer Saturday and for
one week, 50 of the newest Waists,
values un to $1.50 QQ#%
at each wOU
MEN'S FINE SHOES
For Men's Fine ShoesThe Flors
heim ShoeThe O'Donnell Shoethe
most perfect dress Shoes made.
All we ask is for you to come in and
let us show you the Shoes we offer
this season for Men's Perfect Dress
ALLEN'S IS THE PLACE
LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS.
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
Burbanks 70c to 72c
Russets 70c to 75c
Kings 60c to 65c
Rose 60c to 65c
GRAIN, HAY. ETC.
WheatNo. 1 Northern $1.14
WheatNo. 2 Northern 1.10
WheatNo. 3 Northern 95
Beans, machine lun $2.50@$3.00
Beans, hand picked $3.00@$3.50
Fat beeves, per lb 5c@5%c
Calves, per lb 6c@7c
Hogs, per cwt $6.00
Sheep, per lb 3^c@5c
Hens, old, per lb 7c@9c
Springers, per lb 8c@9c
Hold Fast to What We Have.
The prohibition and county option
people are getting each other by the
ears for a scrap in the next legisla
ture. The county option people are
believed to favor giving county option a
fair trial without going farther just at
present, but the prohibitionists are
loud in their declaration for state
wide prohibition. It would seem wise
for the two enemies of booze to get
together and protect the county op
tion law, or they may loose out on
both.Elk River Star News.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
at the postoffice at Princeton, Minn.,
on March 5th, 1916: Mrs. Bell Rash
bprn, H. P. Olson, Mrs. C. Y. Landier.
Please call for advertised letters.
M. M. Briggs, Act'g. P. M.
Avoid Spring Colds.
Sudden changes, high winds, shift
ing seasons cause colds and grippe,
and these spring colds are annoying
and dangerous and are likely to turn
into a chronic summer cough. In
such cases take a treatment of Dr.
King's New Discovery, a pleasant lax
ative tar syrup. It sooths the cough,
checks the cold and helps break up
an attack of the grippe. It's already
prepared, no mixing or fussing. Just
ask your druggist for a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery. Tested and
tried for over 40 years.
Another good quality
Taffeta, at a yard
A. E. ALLEN & CO.
FANCY DRESS GOODS.
There are many stores trying to
advertise the very cheapest Dress
Goods made. We can show a few
pieces of them also, but we center our
efforts on showing the very best Sum
mer Dress Goods. When you buy
Dress Goods here, you will look
BLACK TAFFETTA SILK.
Taffetta Silks are one of the items
that are geting scarce. Our stock
while it lasts is of the very best qual
ity taffettas. One at per 4 OR
LADIES' FINE SHOES.
Correct Styles in Ladies Fine Shoes.
Shown here in all latest designshigh
cuts and low Shoes.
We ask every lady to see our new line.
Correctness is here in Ladies' Fine
PERCALES and GINGHAMS.
The very best qualities are offered
and we ask no more than others for
A good dress Ginghamper 1 ft ft
Toile du Nord Gingham, in all "f A
late designsper yard iWw
A good percale, all colors, at Qft
The very best Percales at 10c, 4C A
12V2c and I WW
Dr Gooods, Shoes, Groceries, Crockery
Miss Anna Coleman has gone to a
Minneapolis hospital for an operation.
John Larson has sold his fine team
to Francis O'Leary and will go to
Montana to work the coming summer.
The road at the river eist of the
town hall is under three feet of water
and traveling is dangerous.
Grover Taylor, wife and daughter,
went to Glendorado last Sunday after
noon for a visit at the Gunder George
home. Grover returned home Monday
and Mrs. Taylor remained for a long
er visit with her sister.
Mrs. Glen Leonard entertained the
society at her home last weekThurs
day. A large crowd of ladies were
present. All spent a pleasant day.
Mr. Bailer and family and Mrs.
Hough and daughter called on Charles
Brande and wife Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. VanKleek will entertain the
Aid society on Thursday, April 13.
The breaking up of the ice in S.
Francis river last Saturday took ouc
a njud sill from under the bridge
known as the Clark bridge, and it ii
out of service as far as travel is con
cerned. It is to be repaired at once
so travel can be resume J.
The Blue Hill Sunday School elected
officers last Sunday morning as fol
lows: Mrs. Van Kleek, superintend
ent Gladys Griffin, secretary George
Swearmger, treasurer. The teachers
were all re-elected.
Chas. Reichart has sold a span o?
horses to Wyanett parties.
Ben Hartman of Greenbush was in
Blue Hill Sunday, a guest at the home
of Nels Larson.
Miss Mina Groff returned home last
week from an extended visit with her
sister, Mrs. Bell Jones, at Greenbush
Herman Reibe purchased the 120-
acre farm of Mrs. Neumann. Consid
eration, $60 an acre. Mrs. Neumann
will move to Princeton in the near fu
ture. Reinhold Bartz will live on the
A surprise party was tendered the
Albrecht young folks last Monday ev
ening. The Albrechts will soon move
tor Mankato. Everyone at the party
reports a good time.
The auction sale at Albrecht's last
Tuesday was well attended and every
thing brought a good price. A total
of about $1,700 was realized and Mr.
Albrecht feels well satisfied.
The town board met last Tuesday
and paid up bills and attended to other
business matters. The various offi
cers elected qualified for office.
W. Talen is our new road boss and
after this thaw he has a lot of work
in sight immediately. Go to it, Bill!
Ernest Hammon and Rheinold Kou
ert had a cold bath one day last week.
While crossing a grade covered with
about two feet of water (near the Sell
horn river bridge) they did not see
that the culvert had been washed away
and suddenly the horses plunged into
about six feet of water, drawing the
wagon in behind them. The men jump
ed from the wagon onto the backs of
the horses, and after floundering about
in the water for a while, the horses
succeeded in climbing out on the other
side. The wagon was still hitched to
the horses. The two men were glad
to get on terra firma again, in'fact so
glad that they did not return home un
til the next day, and then drove over
by way of Princeton across the steel
The heavy thaw has brought on an
immense quantity of water, and the
comparatively small culverts which
are placed across the road in the coun
ty ditch have again proved far too
small to carry the water. The three
culverts which lay in the county ditch
are all but washed away the dumps
are all torn to pieces by the overflow
ing water and it will cost nearly as
much to fix up these dumps as a good
bridge would have cost and then it
will only be fixed up to happen all
over again when another rush of wat
er comes. We are not trying to find
fault with anybody but are stating
conditions just as they are, trusting
that the men in authority will see the
matter in a true light and put in bridg
es of ample size to avoid a repetition.
The robins are here and wagons are
coming into use again. Here's hoping
that the sleds will go into summer
Sunday school next Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock. C. E. meeting at 7:30
in the evening. Everybody welcome.
The next Farmers' club meeting will
be held on Friday evening, April 14.
Some Milaca talent together with lo
cal talent will be on the program.
George Reibe and George Albrecht
left on Monday for Mankato, where
they intend to work for the summer.
S. Veenstra is on the sick list, but
at last reports we were glad to hear
he is improving.
Owing to the almost impassable con
dition of the roads, the Christian En
deavor society did not meet last Sun
L. Slagter accompanied his daugh
ter Ellen to Minneapolis last Wednes
day. Miss Slagter will work in the
city for a time. Mr. Slagter returned
the same evening.
P. C. Vansomeren attended to busi
ness in Minneapolis between trains or
B. Tidd of Milaca had an exciting
time last Tuesday evening. While re
turning from Princeton with a livery,
team hitched to a cutter he turned out
of the road to let a team pass. The
horses made a dash forward and in
trying to hold them back the lias
broke and the team made a short turn
upsetting the cutter and spilling the
driver, robes and blankets into the
road. Mr. Tibbs went to the J. Her
tel home and phoned to Milaca for
another team. Later reports stated
Ihe the runaway team reached Milaca
in record time. Nothing broke on the
Keep Your Skin Clear and Healthy.
There is only one way to have a
clear, healthy complexion and that is
to keep the bowels active and regular.
Dr. King's New Life Pills will make
your complexion healthly and clear,
move the bowels gently, stimulate the
liver, clease the system and purify the
blood. A splendid spring medicine.
25c, at your druggist's.
NCETON UNION: THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1916
Fashionable Wearing Apparel for Your
EASTER DRESS IS HERE
FANCY DRESS GOODS, SHOES, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, WAISTS, SKIRTS, COATS, CORSETS, VEILS, SILKS, LACE, EMBROIDERIES, FANCY DRESS GOODS MEN'S
SHIRTS, NECKTIES, HOSE, GLOVES, SPRING COATS, HATS, CAPS LADIES' AUTO CAPS, WAISTS, TIES, COLLARS, SILK,GLOVES. This store is plum full of all the
Newest Spring Merchandise such as go to make up Perfect Dress. Saturday we will attempt to show with SPECIAL DISPLAY in our Windows and inside the store, all that room
will permit, the Newest and Most Perfect Merchandise ever shown by a Store in Princeton.
Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear Garments
have to say about
55 Don't delay buying a Lava]
Cream Separator a single day longer
5: you are selling cream or mak
55 I ing butter and have no separa
55 tor, or an inferior one, you are
25 wasting cream every day you delay
2= the purchase of a De Laval.
There' can be only two real rea
sons for putting off buying a De
Laval. Either you don't really ap
predate how great your loss in
SS dollars and cents actually is, or else
you don't believe the De Laval Sep
arator will savingse wy
casemakee ther ithone sensibl wae
to settle this matter. Let us set up a ma
55 chine for you on your place and then you
5_ can see for yourself what the De Laval will
55 do. You have nothing to risjc, and nearly
55 two million other cow owners who have
55 made this test have found they had much
55 You can't afford to wait. Let the De
Laval Separator start saving cream for
you RIGHT NOW.
55 If you would really like to know just
55 how much more cream you can get with a
55 De Laval let us set up a machine for you
55 on your place and have you try it out for
55 yourself. Isn't this as fair a proposition
55 Just phone or
55 drop us a postal and
55 we will be glad to
55 bring a machine
55 out to your |lac
55 any time you say.
si Sooner or
1 will buy a
One of the
Spring Styles. Many
THE VERY LATEST IN NEW
The Gossard CorsetsThey Lace in
Your new Corset is here. You will
want a new Corset to make your Eas
ter Dress fit perfect. You can do it
with a "Gossard."
priced UP TO 5g
and shade to suit
Be sure of hat satisfaction.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
T. W. BTEVEK80H CO., Wholesale, Minneapolis
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THE J. C. C. CORSETS.
They Lace in Back.
For those who prefer a Corset to
lace in back we offer the well known
J. C. C. Corsets.
AND UP TO
Good Peasper 7t*
can Good Prunesper 71*
Good Cornper 7*
can Dried Peachesper 7tf*
Spiced Pumpkinper Vf%
can Corn Starchper 7#%
Macaroni3. packages 0 fi
Small can Salmonper 7f*
can A good Riceper 7#*
Home Brand Jellper 7t*
package I W
Sittings of teaper 4 C%
Fancy Loganberriesper 0"7#*
A good Coffeeper 1 Ctft
Bulk Syrupper Afln
Egg-o-Baking Powderlarge 4 Ct
can for I
Toilet Soap6 bars OCn
for Bert OIney Pork and Beans Of%
per can O
Peanutsper 1 O f*
Swift's White Soap6 bars pE*%
Large cans Pumpkin3 cans OCi
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