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SOUTH GOING NORTH
Sandstone 8:35 p. m.
Brook Park 8:00
Pease (f) 6-.13
Long Siding 6:03
Brickton (f) 6:00
Elk River 5:12
Anoka 4 46
St. Paul 3:30
ST. CLOUD TRAINS.
7:30 a. m.
11:02 11:25 11:56
12:52 p. m.
GOING WEST GOING EAST
10:00 a. Milaca .6:30 p. m.
10:09 Foreston 6:03
11:15 St. Cloud 5:00
GOING SOUTH I GOING NORTH
Daily, ex. Sun. Daily, ex. Sun.
8:30 a. Milaca 2:10 p. m.
9:30 Princeton 1:00
10:30 Elk River 10:30
3:00 Anoka 8:00
Any information regarding sleeping
cars or connections will be furnished at
any time by J. W. MOSSMAN.
Agent, Princeton, Minn.
MILLE LACS COUNTY
Bogus BrookA. J. Franzen Route 2, Milaca
BorgholmW. Sorenson R. 1, Milaca
DaileyL. F. Read Onamia
East SideO. C. Anderson Opstead
GreenbushOscar Erickson R. 1, Foreston
laylandC. W. Wills .Milaca
HarborSam Magaw .Wahkon
JilacaHarvey Sandholm Milaca
MiloR. N. Atkinson Foreston
MudgettF. A. Maynard Milaca
namiaG. H. Carr Onamia
PageThore Lindberg Star R., Milaca
PrincetonAlbert Kuhfield R. 2, Princeton
RathloC. C. Kelty Garrison
South HarborF. W. Miller. Cove
Clifton Cravens Princeton
O. L. Palmquist Milaca
Sylvan Sheets .Foreston
Olof Wasenius Onamia
Roy Addington Wahkon
L. A. Matter. Isle
BaldwinWarren Angstman R.l, Zimmerman
Blue HillGlen Leonard Princeton
Spencer BrookO.W.Blomquist. R. 3, Princeton
WyanettPeter Hilden R. 6, Cambridge
LivoniaA. W. Perman Zimmerman
-SantiagoGeo. Roos -Santiago
BradfordWm. Conklin R. 3, Cambridge
DalboM. W. Mattson .R. 2. Dalbo
'StanfordA. N. Peterson St. Francis
Spring YaleVictor E. Findell, R. 5. Cambridge
L. B. MALETTE, D. V. M.
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Office in Townsend Block. Northwestern,
^office, 138: home, 5. Tri-State: Office, 320,
GEORGE PRENTICE ROSS
Undertaker and State
Disinfecting a Specialty
Rural Phone No. 30
DR. A. McRiE
Office in Odd Fellows Block.
DR. NEIL A. STACEY
Eocated in Merchants Hotel temporarily.
Will be in new offices over First National
Bank when new addition is completed.
S. P. SKAHEN
Attorney at Law
Office in Princeton State Bank Bldg.
ELVERO L. MCMILLAN,
G. ROSS CALEY, M.
Physician and Surgeon
Office & Residence over Jack's Drug Store
Dr. C. O. Dr. C. T.
Graduates University of Minnesota and
Northwestern University. Offices 716
Hennepin Avenue, Lyric Theater Bldg.,
"^hen you bring a job of print
to the Union office you may
,st assured that you will get
nice and neat work as can be
'oduced in any modern print
.rieand by men who know
OUR CLASS OP WORK
COSTS NO MORE THAN
THE OTHER KIND.
If you want printing that com
mands attention printing you
will like to take a pride in using,
leave your next order at the
PRINTERS THAT KNOW
Read the advertisements in the
Tnionthen patronize its adver
Dr. R. R. Frazier, Eye Specialist, of
Minneapolis, will have his office at
the Merchants hotel, Saturday and
Sunday, October 7 and 8, and cont
tinue coming every month. Remem
ber, the first Saturday in October, and
at the Merchants hotel. 39-4t
Fine & I
New ORTON & KALIHER
LYON & HEALY PIANOS
Pure in Tone
D. R. BYERS, Agent PRINCETON
Eminent teachers including Victor Heinze
(piano), Wm. MacPhail (violin), Kathleen
Hart-Bibb (voice), Raymond Norman Carr
(public icbool music).
Courses leading to certificates and diplomas.
Under the direction of John Seaman Garni
Catalog Sent Free
The MacPhail School
43 So. 6th St. Minneapolis
D. R. BYERS
Watch Repairing a Specialty
ON IMPROVED FARMS
Liberal Amounts Lowest Rates
ROOT. H. KING
Dear Ethel:"I'm discouraged try
ing to cover pimples and blackheads
with powders and paint. What can I
Dear Adeline:"Take Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea'the sure but
harmless way.drives them away
from the inside, not in from the out-
side." C. A. Jack Drug Co.Advt.
MM PKt^^KTOS tfHIOff fBimsDAY.
at Crown, came home Friday evening
and remained until Monday.
Miss Guptil of Annandale arrived
here Saturday evening to resume her
duties as school teacher in the Perman
Mr. Rust enjoyed a visit from his
mother and sister last week.
Next Friday, Sept. 15, there will be
services in the Union church in Zim
merman, at 8 o'clock in the evening,
conducted by the Rev. Andrew D.
Stowe, the missionary in charge. A
most cordial invitation is extended to
everybody to be present.
Bad Colds From Little Sneezes Grow.
Many colds that hang on all winter
start with a sneeze, a sniffle, a sore
throat, a tight chest. You know the
symptoms of colds and you know that
prompt treatment will break them up.
Dr. King's New Discovery, with its
soothing antiseptic balsams, has been
breaking up colds and healing coughs
of young and old for 47 years. Dr.
King's New Discovery loosens the
phlegm, clears the head, soothes the
irritated membrane and makes breath
ing easier. At your druggist's, 50c.
The funeral of Mrs. Chas. Wick
lander, of Isle, was held at the Swed
ish Baptist church here on Sunday
afternoon. Services were held at the
Wicklander home at Isle on Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock, and also at the
church here at 2 o'clock in the after
noon, after which the remains were
laid at rest in the cemetery here. Mrs.
Wicklander, whose maiden name was
Malinda Anderson, was born in the
year 1871, and was married to Chas.
Wicklander in the year 1890. She was
45 years of age at the time of her
death. She was a quiet and lovable
woman well beloved by all who knew
her. She was a member of the Swed
ish Baptist church here. Many are
those who will miss her. At the time
of her death she was at the Mounds
Park sanitarium at St. Paul, and
death was due to cancer. She is sur
vived by her aged father, Mr. Ander
son of Cambridge, and two brothers
Alvin, who is now in Dakota, and
Serenus of Minneapolis. Two sisters
and her mother have gone before her.
The following are the relatives who
were present at the funeral: Mr. An
derson, Mr. and Mrs. Albin Wicklander
and children, Mrs. M. Wicklander,
Mrs. P. Wicklander, all of Cambridge
Mr. Chas. Wicklander and sons. Em
met, Leslie and Earl, of Isle Miss
Frances Berglund, of Albert Lea Mr.
and Mrs. Jonas Grant and Miss Ellen
Johnson of this place. The sympathy
of this community is with the rela
tives who mourn her.
The relatives of Mrs\ Wicklander
wish to thank all those who were
so kind and helped in their time of
Don't Let Skin Troubles Spread.
Trivial blemishes are sometimes the
first waning of serious skin diseases.
Neglected skin troubles grow. Dr.
Hobson's Eczema Ointment promptly
stops the progress of eczema, heals
stubborn cases of pimples, acne,
blothy, red and scaly skin. The anti
septic qualities of Dr. Hobson's Ecze
ma Ointment kill the germ and pre
vent the spread of the trouble. For
cold sores or chapped hands, Dr. Hob
son's Eczema Ointment offers prompt
relief. At your druggist's, 50c. Adv.
Fritz Anderson was a caller at the
Sumser home on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Olte Henderson are
the proud parents of a baby girl.
Mrs. B. J. Sumser was a caller at
the Johnson home on Monday after
School commenced in district 53 on
Monday, with Miss Isabelle Esler of
Greenbush as teacher. The enrollment
was fourteen. We wish Miss Esler
all kinds of success.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sumser and Mr.
F. Anderson were visitors at the Gus
Kuhlman home at Princeton on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and fam
ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leonard
and family, spent Sunday at the J.
H. Craft home on Sunday.'
Walter Johnson and George Schur
rer autoed to the twin cities on Mon-
in town on Wednesday of last week, day in the latter's car for a few days
There were numerous hunters up visit with relatives and friends.
from the'cities last week, but the
game seems to be rather scarce. da and Charley Johnson spent Mon
Quite a' number from here attended day evening at the Schurrer home
the state fair this year. Miss Glennie Oakes
Mr. and Mrs. Hale and daughter, her home in Princeton
of Sauk Rapids, spent Sunday here
with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Berglund.
They autoed to St. Paul Monday and
were accompanied by Mrs. W. R.
Hurtt, who will spend a few days
Mrs. Ada McDonnell of Mankato twinges from becoming torture. It
arrived here Sunday evening to see quickly penetrates without rubbing and
her mother, Mrs. Neumann. Arthur soothes the sore and aching joints
Neumann also arrived here from Wa- For sore, stiff exhausted muscles
seca Sunday evening. He returned that ache and throb from overwork,
home Tuesday morning. T.+ ---J -..--i. _._*.
John Hetrick left Monday
Greensburg, Pa., to visit his sister,
Mrs. Crabtree. soothed by Sloan's Liniment. Get
Myrtle Illif, who is teaching school bottle today at your druggists's, 25c
Sloan' Linimen afford- quick relief
for Bruises,, sprains strains
Rheumatism Follows Exposure.
In the rain all day is usually fol
lowed by painful twinges of rheuma
tism or neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment
will give quick relief and prevent the
R. B. Hall and family who have
been spending a few weeks here re
turned to their home in St. Paul last
A. P. Jorgensen and M. L. Smith
autoed to Milaca Monday.
Miss Mabel Jorgensen, who is at
tending Normal at Milaca, visited at
her home at Vineland Sunday.
C. C. Kelty transacted business in
Onamia last Friday.
A. P. Thompson, of Eau Claire,
Wis., spent a few days here last week
and returned to his home last Friday.
Government Crop Report.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 8, 1916.
A summary of the September crop re
port for the State of Minnesota and
the United States, as compiled by the
Bureau of Crop Estimates (and trans
mitted through the Weather Bureau),
U. S. Department of Agriculture, is
CORNState: Sept 1 forecast 79,-
000,000 bushels production last year
(final estimate), 62,100,000 bushels.
United States. Sept. 1 forecast 2,-
710,000,000 bushels production last
year (final estimate), 3,054,535,000
WINTER WHEATState: Pre
liminary estimate, 714,000 bushels
production last year, (final estimate),
1,170,000 bushels. United States:
Preliminary estimate, 454,706,000
bushels production last year, (final
estimate), 655,045,000 bushels.
SPRING WHEATSept. 1 lore
cast, 29,200,000 bushels production
last year (final estimate), 72,250,000
bushels. United States: Sept. 1 fore
cast, 156,000,000 bushels production
last year (final estimate), 356,460,000
OATSState: Sept 1 forecast, 89,-
500,000 bushels production last year
(final estimate), 134,375,000 bushels.
United States: Sept. 1 forecast, 1,-
230,000,000 bushels production last
year (final estimate), 1,540,362,000
BARLEYState: Sept. 1 forecast,
30,800,000 bushels production last
year (final estimate), 41,175,000 bush
els. United States: Sept. 1 forecast,
184,000,000 bushels production last
year (final estimate), 237,009,000
RYEState: Preliminary esti
mate, 4,140,000 bushels production
last year, (final estimate), 5,850,000
bushels. United States: Preliminary
estimate, 41,884,000 bushels produc
tion last year (final estimate), 49,-
FLAXSEEDState: Sept. 1 fore^
cast, 2,970,000 bushels production
last year (final estimate), 3,150,000
bushels. United States: Sept. 1 fore
cast, 14,900,000 bushels production
last year (final estimate), 13,845,000
POTATOESState: Sept. 1 fore
cast, cast, 21,200,000 bushels produc
tion Jast year (final estimate), 30,210,-
000 bushels. United States: Sept. 1
forecast, 318,000,000 bushels produc
tion last year (final estimate), 359,-
HAYState: Preliminary esti
mate, 3,230,000 tons production last
year (final estimate), 3,209,000 tons.
United States: Preliminary estimate,
86,200,000 tons production last year
(final estimate), 85,225,000 tons.
APPLESState: Sept. 1 forecast,
397,000 barrels production last year
(final estimate), 412,000 barrels.
United States: Sept. 1 forecast, 67,-
700,000 barrels production last year
(final estimate), 76,670,000 barrels.
PRICESThe first price given be
low is the average on Sept. 1 this year,
and the second, the average on Sept. 1
State: Wheat, 140 and 100 cents
per bushel. Corn, 77 and 69. Oats,
40 and 34. Potatoes, 105 and 32. Hay,
$7.10 and $6.40 per ton. Eggs, 22 and
17 cents per dozen.
United States: Wheat, 131 and 95.0
cents per bushel. Corn, 83.6 and 77.3
cents. Oats, 43.1 and 38.5 cents.
Potatoes, 109 and 50.5 cents. Hay,
$10.40 and $10.80 per ton. Cotton,
14.6 and 8.5 cents per pound. Eggs,
23.3 and 18.7 cents per dozen.
Look for thw Imprint on 'Your Printing:
IT IS A GUARANTEE OF THE BEST.
"Quality PRINCETON UNION Printew"
SPAIN MUST DECIDE
WHICH WAY TO JUMP
Paris, Sept. 13.Spain must decide
In favor of one or the other of the
groups of belligerents in the opinion
of Antonio Maura, former premier and
leader of the Conservative party, ac
cording to news dispatches from Ma
cording to the dispatches, that Spain
could not abandon her neutrality, but
auamiui i uvi
Southern Road Defies Congress.
Galveston, Tex., Sept. 13.Officials
of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe
railway began serving notice on em
ployes and the public along all its
lines that the recently enacted eight
hour law for trainmen would not be
obeyed except upon orders from the
court of last resort. The formal no*
tice is similar to that issued for the
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe lines
recently by President E. P. Rapley.
Fugitive Convict Recaptured.
Bismarck, N. D., Sept. 13.John
Lee, colored, twenty-third convict in
the state prison to escape this sum
mer, has been recaptured on a farm
near the prison.
I am going to buy grain on the track
here from now on, and will pay the
highest market price. Bring in your
samples. O. L. Bye, Long Siding,
Having rented my farm, the old Ca
ter place, one mile west of Princeton,
I will offer for sale on Wednesday,
September 27, beginning at 1 p. m.
sharp, the following property:
HORSES1 span of black mares, 9
and 12 years old 1 driving horse, 9
years old 1 black mare, 2 years old
1 gray horse, 10 years old.
CATTLE13 milch cows, fresh in
December and January 2 heifers, 2
years old, coming in 2 heifers, one
year old 2 steers, one year old 11
spring calves 1 Holstein bull calf.
MACHINERY1 two-seated sur
rey, 1 Dutch Uncle corn plow, 1 drag,
1 14-in. John Deere walking plow,. 1
Acme hay rake, Rock Island corn
planter, 1 lumber wagon, 1 bob sled, 1
buggy, 1 light sled, 1 Great Western
cream separater, 150-gal. feed cooker,
1 set of double harness, 1 single har
ness, 5 acres of corn in field, 20 tons
of hay 50 chickens, young and old
drid quoting an address delivered by of 1470 Wesley avenue, tol on Aug-h
"Zer prenUer. dedared, et
conditions of the war
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minor injuries to children are quickly over essential that France and Eng- was made by wagon.
The Madrid dispatches predict that
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WILL HAVE OWN EXCHANGE
Equity in Live Denied Membership
South St. Paul, Sept. 13.Directors
of the South St. Paul Live Stock ex
change refused to admit the live stock "su
branch of the Equity Co-operative ex
change to membership.
The reason given was that the rules
of the South St. Paul exchange pro
hibit rebating, and according to the
ruling of the directors, a division of
the profits of a commission hous
among the shippers in proportion to
the amount of stock shipped is equiva
lent to rebating.
The members of the Equity execu
tive committee held, on the other
hand, that they could not abandon th
The result will be that the Equity
exchange will establish an independ
ent commission house in South St.
Paul Oct. 1.
Steel range, WOOd Stove, all household personsordered,
goods, and numerous other articles.
Usual terms of sale.
H. B. Taylor, Owner.
T. J. Kaliher, Auctioneer,
39-2tc G. A. Eaton, Clerk.
My wife, Mrs. Daisy Pierson, having
left my bed and board, I hereby give
notice that I will not be responsible
for any debts she may contract after
this date. Dated Sept. 7,1916.
38-3tp Jasper Pierson.
(First Pub. Sept. 14-3t)
Notice of Hearing Petition for Survey.
the latestd tax duplicates as follows:r
Kent K. Moore, e% ne% 4 39 27
Alfred Almgren, nwJ/of
the latest tax dudicate are as follows
HELP IS GIVEN
Mrs. A. A. Clark Tells of Relief She
Gained Through Tan-
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 12.Mrs. A.
Clark, 80 years old, St. Paul woman
her isolation henceforth impossible.
He is quoted as saying it was more- this state the entire trip of 700 miles
not be hostile toward
Senor* Maura''s speech caus*e a
strong impression throughout the ~"7~'
country as his prestige was never so J" "e1
high as at present.
Tanlac, the celebrated new
Mrs. Clark has lived in Minnesota
sixty years. When she first came to
"My system was in a general run
down condition," Mrs. Clark stated re
ding her recent experiences withe
tiredI and nervouss
headache" caused byain ner- 1
vousness. Gasd would accumulate in
ihe ga is all gone
stomacs sincnearly I have tried Tanlac.mfro
The headaches also do not bother me
nearly as much as before. My appe
and I feel much
stronger now than I did before taking
is new medicine."
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is es
pecially beneficial for stomach, liver
and kidney trouble, catarrahal com
plaints, rheumatism, nervousness, loss
of appetite and the like and is a fine
tonic and general system purifier.
Tanlac is now being specially in
troduced and explained at the C. A.
Jack Drug Co. store.
It is said that Scottish humor is an
electric spark that flies back and forth
between two extremes of whiskey and
religion. But the following anecdote
is Scottish, without touching either ex
A wife was asked by her husband
what kind of a bonnet she would like
him tae bring her frae Glasgow, and
"Weel, ye'd best make it a straw
bonnet, Jock, and when I'm done wi' it
I'll feed it to the coo."
What is the best of preparedness
against sickness and disease? A
thorough cleansing, purifying herb
laxative taken occasionally, say once
a week, is tre safest, surest way to
health and happiness. Holister's Rocky
Mountain Tea wiil "prepare the way."
C. A. Jack Drug Co.Advt.
(First Pub. Sept. 14-3t)
Citation for Hearing on Petition to Sell, Mort
gage or Lease Land.
ESTATE OP MARY DUNKEN.
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs.
In the matter of the estate of Mary Dunken,
The State of Minnesota to the next of kin
and all persons interested in the sale of cer
tain lands belonging to said decedent.
The petition of George C. Newton, as rep
resentative of the above named decedent, be
ing duly filed in this court, representing that
it is necessary and for tne best interests of
said estate and of all interested therein that
certain lands of said decedent described there
in be sold and praying that a license be to
him granted to sell the same:
Now, therefore, you, and each of you, are
hereby cited and required to show cause, if
any you have, before this court, at the pro
bate court rooms, in the court house, in the
village of Princeton, county oT Iviille Lacs,
state of Minnesota, on the 9th day of Octo
ber, 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m., why the prayer
of said petition should not be granted.
Witness the Judge of said court, and the
Seal of said court, this 12th day of Septem
WM. V. SANFORD,
(Court Seal) Judge o_Probate .Court.
E. L. McMillan,
Attorney for petitioner,
(First Pub. Sept. 7-3t)
Citation for Hearing on Final Account and
ESTATE OF MOSE JESMEIl.
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs.
In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Mose Jesmer,
The State of Minnesota to all persons in
terested in the above entitled matter:
Whereas May Jesmer has filed in this court
her final account of her administration of the
estate of the above named decedent, together
with her petition praying for the adjustment
and allowance of said final account and for
i distribution of the residue of said estate to the
Whereas, a petition has been presented to Linens, decedent,
the board of county commissioners of Mille The state of Minnesota to all persons inter-
Lac county Minn., askinglocated shall cause t,o be surveyed, and staked
out pursuant to Sec. 786-796 G. S. 1913, all
section and property lines pertaining to
Se&- progeny mica perutimii to oec 01 me esrace oi tne aDOve named aeceaent, to-
tion four (4), township thiry-nine (39), range gether with his petition praying for the ad
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
It is thatentitlepetition said be heard, and
that all persons interested in said matter be
and appear before this court on the 2nd day
of October, 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
probate court rooms in the court house at
Princeton, In said county, and then and there,
or as soon thereafter as. the matter can be
heard, show cause, if any they have, why said
petition should not be granted and that thi3
citation be served by the publication thereof in
the Princeton Union, according to law.
Witness the Honorable Wm. V. Sanford,
Judge of said court, and the seal of said
court, this 29th day of August, 1916.
WM. V. SANFORD,
(Court Seal.) Judge.
S. P. Skahen,
Attorney for Petitioner,
(First Pub. Sept. 14-3t)
Citation* for Hearing on Final Account and
ESTATE OF ELIZA ANN LINENS.
State of Minnesota, County of Mille ,Lac3,
in Probate Court.
the matter of the estate of Eliza Ann
ri tu matter
that said board ested in the above matter
Whereas Georg Hentitleds Dean has filed in this
court his final account of his administration
of the estate of the above named decedent to
XIVT uicreiuic nunc is ncicu Kive tna an a lo uisiriDUHo i Tn reslau O
hearing on said petition will be granted at estate to the persons thereunto entitled
the office of said board, at Princeton, Minn., It is ordered, that said petition be heard,
Oct. 10th, 1916. The owners of the lands to and that all persons interested in said mat-
be affecte by such
justment and allowance of said final account
and for distribution of the residue of said
a they appea on ter be and appear before this court on the
4 of ne and
27 neVi of nw% 4
Lina Lee, nvr% of nw% 4
Margaret McCjoy, sei4 oi nw% and
sw^i of ne% 4 39
Mary Stankovilch, sw% of 'nw%.. 4 39
T. C. Woodworth, sw% 4 39
Peter M. Johnson, n% of se}i 4 39
Victor Carlson, s% of se^4 4 39
By order of the board of county commission
era, this 12th day of SeptemTer 1916.
W. C. DOANE,
(Seal) County Auditor.
day of October, 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the probate court rooms at the court house,
at Princeton, in said county, and then and
there, or as soon thereafter as said matter can
be heard, show cause, if any they have, why
27 said petition should not be granted and that
this citation be served by the publication
27 thereof in the Princeton Unlton, according to
27 Witness the Honorable Wm. V. Sanford,
27* Judge of said court, and the Seal of said
2 7 court, this 11th day of 1916.,
(Court Seal) Judge
Attorney for Petitioner.