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Highest market prices paid for hides
and furs at Calvin Olson's meat mar
ket, Princeton. 52-tfc
Alfred Melin arrived here Saturday
on business connected with his cloth
Don't miss the lecture on the gy
roscope at the high school auditorium
next Monday evening.
Al. Hayes left on Saturday for
Moorhead in connection with a lease on
land for potato growing.
The Civic Betterment club will meet
at 3:30 tomorrow (Friday) afternoon
in the office of R. P. Morton.
The annual meeting of the Prince
ton Co-operative Creamery company
will be held on Tuesday, January 27.
Hans Stay, one of the highly re
spected farmers of Greenbush, was
among tne Union's Saturday visitors.
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, will
"be in town on Tuesday, Jan. 27. Eyes
examined and'glasses fitted. Office
at Merchants' hotel. 2-tfc
"Checkers," the most wonderful
racing drama in the world, shown at
Strand theater three days beginning
Thursday, January 22. ,4-lc
Anyone having cast-off children's
shoes which are wearable please take
them to the home of Mrs T. H. Caley.
They are much needed for the charity
Mrs. Robert Stewart and brother,
Allan, of Milaca and Mrs. Stuart
Oliver of Vineland were guests of
JMrs. David Flowers from Saturday to
All the world -loves a winner, all the
world loves a Jover. You see both in
"Checkers," shown at Strand theater
three days beginning Thursday, Jan
uary 22. 4_XC
H. A. Garrison has moved into the
house recently vacated by George
Ross. Mr. Ross is now comfortably
enscpunced in the dwelling formerly
owned by Dr. Small.
Among our callers on Saturday
were those three good American far-
Do Not Be Starved for Music
It/I USIC is an essential to the right kind of existence
Mr. Thomas'A. Edison has said to us: "Give
every honest man and woman a chance to have gocd
music in the home."
mer citizens, Ole Gunderson and E. B. ,c-Pe,r
mer citizens Ol Gunderso and E
Carpenter of Blue Hill and Nels Lund
blad of Princeton township.
Joe Payette is now traveling
through the state appointing agents
for the Clear Vision storm shield for
automobiles. Odin Odegard has se
cured the agency for this territory.
Dolph Grow's right arm was recent
ly fractured above the wrist while
cranking a car. Yet. Dolph has been
cranking, at intervals of course, that
same make of car for years. Care
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
is the world's most wonderful musical instrument,be
cause it gives you in your own home every form of
music, just as the .music* is heard on the world's great
opera stages and concert platforms.
We have the New Edison in a variety of beauti-
ful cabinets. Come to our store and make your selec-
tion. If it is not convenient to pay cash, tell us con-
fidentially what terms will be convenient.
C. A. Jack Drug Co.
Open Sundays from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
George I. Staples is the only person who is
authorized to collect money due this office. In
every case the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
receipt. MRS. R. C. DUNN, Publisher.
To Advertisers, Correspondents and
Oiher Contributors: To insure inser
tion in the Union it is necessary that
all copy be received at the office not
later than Tuesday. When copy ar
rives in large quantity on Wednesday
it is ofttimes necessary to omit part
of it for want of time. Therefore we
would thank you to send it in early
in the weekthe earlier the better.
Legion dance tomorrow night at the
A. E. Allen was in the twin cities on
business matters Monday.
Ogilvie has organized a potato and
produce shipping association.
Milaca's Co-operative creamery will
hold its annual meeting on Tuesday,
Basket ball game tomorrow evening
at high school auditorium. 4-lc
C. H. Nelson made a business trip
to Minneapolis on Monday.
M. M. Stroeter was up from Minne
apolis for his week-end rest.
Mrs. Frank Schilling has gone to
Lanesboro to spend a week with
Bennie Soule went to Minneapolis
on Monday and from there expects to
proceed to Seattle.
Don't miss that legion dance at the
armory tomorrow night. It promises
to be the best ever. 4-lc
Paul Beto and family left on Mon
day for Billings, Mont., Yiear where
Mr. Beto has a farm.
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Vogel were vis
iting Mrs. Vogel's parents in St. Paul
a couple of days this, week.
Miss Hjoerdis Scheen left Monday
for St. Mary's college at Fairbault,
where she is taking a course of study.
Earl Mannory, who has been home
on furlough, started on Monday for
Seattle, where his ship, the Wyoming,
A play entitled "Deacon Dubbs" will
be presented in the school house of
'district 35 next Saturday night. Ad
mission 25 cents. 4-lc
"M aw wants 15 cents worth of sau-
sage/' said a small boy to Calvin Ol-
JJOIU "Wienerwurst, kid?" "Worst
nawthin'," was the reply "gimme the
A dance will be given by American
Legion post, No. 298, at Foley tomor
row (Friday) evening.. All legion
aires and their friends are invited to
Next* Monday evening you can see
the model of a Brennan memorial car.
If this invention proves commercially
successful trains may run at a speed
of 120 miles an hour. :_.
J. A. Erstad of Freer went toJ3t.
Paul on Monday to attend the annual
state convention of farmers' mutual
fire insurance^ companies. He was a
delegate from the Glendorado com
The Princeton Union has entered its
forty-fiifth year of existence, and al
though growing ojd in years, it im
proves with age and is exceedingly
active. It is one of the best exchanges
that we receive.-Mora Times.
What promises to be a. hot and
heavy basketball game will be pulled
off at the high school auditorium to
morrow (Friday) evening between the
jBeutners of Minneapolis and the
Princeton high school team. Every
one should see it. 4-lc
The West Branch creamery associa
tion will hold its annual meeting in the
school house of district 7, Estes Brook,
on Saturday, January 24, at 1 o'clock
sharp. As business of much impor
tance will come up for consideration
every member is asked to be in atten^
S of the Foreston
Thee annaul meetingyofcompany the Foreston
Xn Creamer will
be held on Saturday, January 24. For
eston's creamery is up to date in ev
ery respect and prospering. Many
fine herds of dairy cattle are owned by
the progressive farmers in the fertile
country surrounding Foreston.
The first installment of the personal
property taxes for the year 1919 ap
pears in this number of the Union.
These taxes are now due and become
delinquent on March 1, when a penalty
of 10 per cent accrues. After April 1
the taxes unpaid will be placed in the
hands of the sheriff for collection.
THE PRINCETON ONION: THURSDAY, JANUARY.15,1920
police force is conspicuous by its ab
Johnson Bros, shipped two cars of
livestock, to the South St. Paul stock
yards on Tuesday.
For SaleHouse and two lots in
village of Princeton. Mrs. E. F. Grif
fith, phone 38 call 3. 4-lp
The Dorcas society will meet at the
home of Mrs. C. A, Jack on Wednes
day, January 21, for a social after
A married folks leap year dance will
be given in Odd Fellows hall on Fri
day, January 23. Come and have a
Reimar Ronlund has resigned his
position as bookkeeper at C. H. Nel
son's and will go on the road selling
Dr. W. H. Card, in charge of the
dental clinic tomorrow, will lecture at
the high school auditorium tonight at
8 o'clock. Admission free.
A 9-pound son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Egge of Milaca on Jan
uary 1. Mrs. Egge was formerly Miss
Mabel Bengtson of Baldwin.
In consequence of lack of space, the
Union this week finds it necessary to
omit an interesting communication
from Turkey and other matter.
When you hear the church bells ring
ing tonight at 12 o'clock offer up a
prayer of thanksgiving to God for the
prohibition victory.W. C. T. U.
A dance will be given at the M. B.
A. hall, Wyanett, on Saturday even
ing, January 24. Music by Fixell four
piece orchestra. Luncheon will be
served with real coffee. 4-2c
Prof. Newkirk will give an oppor
tunity to handle a gyro-dumbbell next
Monday evening. This enables one to
feel the gyroscopic actiona thing
never to be forgotten.
Mayor Yandevanter's emergency In a letter from Spokane, Wash.,
The boys of F. Fremont Woodcock
post will soon take over the armory
and will give a dance tomorrow night
to help pay for the heating plant for day.
the building. You should attend. 4-lc
The second annual show.of the Isatiti
County Poultry association will be
held at Cambridge on January 26, 27
and 28. Write for premium list to
Mrs. M. B. Hixson, secretary, Cam
See "Checkers," the big Fox special
at Strand theater next Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday, January 22, 23 and
24. From start to finish this wonder
play is a series of new thrills every
two minutes. 4-lc
Tomorrow night the local post of the
American legion will give 'a dance at
the armory, the proceeds to go toward
installing a heating plant. Help the
service men along by attending. Re
member that tliey helped you. 4-lc
Magnus Martinson of Minneapolis,
a member of the republican state cen
tral committee, was here on Friday
sizing up the political situation. Mr.
Martinson said it was safe to announce
that Governor Burnquist will not be a
candidate for re-election.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a service
in the Methodist church tomorrow
(Friday) from 11 to 4 o'clock with a
luncheon at noon. A general invita
tion is extended to all interested to
attend. Mrs. Green, district president
of the organization, will be here for
Roy and Floyd Erickson, in a letter
to their father, say they are now log
ging for Bert Kaliher of Ontonagon,
Mich., that he is a fine man to work
for and that they could not be pried
loose from their job with a crowbar.
Bert Kaliher is a brother of Tom
Kaliher of Princeton.
Miss Irene H. Cress, superintendent
of nurses at the Northwestern hospi
tal, has found it necessary to leave her
position for a time in consequence of
poor health. Dr. and Mrs. Cooney are
sorry she has left for she was an ex
cellent superintendent and well liked
by everyone. Miss Frances Vertin
will be superintendent of nurses dur
ing Miss Cress' absence.
In the high school auditorium on
Wednesday evening, January 21, Dr.
Westenberg of Minneapolis will give
a lecture on the near east. Several
motion picture films which are photo
graphs of actual conditions in bible
lands, where 250,000 orphans depend
on American generosity for a chanco
to live, will be used to illustrate the
lecture. The lecture is given under the
auspices of the state relief committee.
It will be free, and all who can possi
bly go should attend this lecture by a
man of national renown.
I &iM4/^Sffl&& *ii&f&
ShaMr- says, among other
things, that Louis Plumondore was
mu recently entertained by his friends in
The local American legion post will hono
seVenty-nfth birthday an
formerly lived in Princeton.) The
evening was enjoyably passed, music
being furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Shaw
and Mrs. Bert Hendricks, and Louis
was persuaded,to dance a jig. A nice
luncheon was served and among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Plumondore, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roble, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Richardson, Mr. and
Mrs. K. McGlenn, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Hendricks, Mrs. Grace Coons and N.
Gilbert Olson, who has been visiting: at the
home of his uncle. J. S. Jacobson, left on
Monday for Drummond, Wis.
Miss Hattie Teutz spent last week in Minne
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stark entertained at
a dinner on Sunday. Their guests were A.
Reinord and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. Benson
and Arvid land.
A number of lady friends gathered at the
home of Mrs. Dan Anderson on Tuesday after
noon to wish her many happy returns of the
Miss Sally Jacobson was operated on Monday
afternoon at the hospital in Princeton for
Rudolph Ersead spent Sunday at his home
J. A. Erstad left on Monday for the cities
on business and will attend the annual con
vention of the state association of Farmers'
Mutual Insurance companies in St. Paul on
January 15 and 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Claus Lindquist and daughter,
Ethel, Mrs. Leander and family and Miss
Hildah Baihaug were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Stark.
James Curry, formerly of this place but now
of Hewitt, spent a few days here on business
during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensen and family and
Miss Ida Mae Schmidt spent Sunday evening
at the Albert Johnson home.
Alex Johnson left for Minneapolis on Mon
Miss Alvina Hartman spent the week-end
at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall spent Monday even
ing with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
There will be a school entertainment in dis
trict 35 on Saturday evening. Everybody wel
I GLENDORADO & SANTIAGO I
Mrs. S.' Johnson of Greenbush entertained
the Lutheran Aid society on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Aleckson and family
visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers on Sun-
Mrs. C. Kilgard and daughter, Cora, visit
ed the TJrans on Tuesday.
W. G. McVicar of Princeton has been doing
some interior decorating at John and Oscar
Odegard's of Santiago.
Mrs. Frank Williams and son of Crown
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jensen.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Jensen entertained
a number of ladies in her daughter's honor.
Miss Agnes Finbogsen has left for the
Mrs. Thomas Tellefson of Blue Hill enter
tained the Lutheran Ladies' Aid society last
Miss Agnes Burns of Sauk Rapids, county
superintendent of Benton county, was visiting
the schools in this vicinity last week.
Eddie George had the misfortune to get his
hand in the corn shredder and had to seek
Miss Hanna Finbogson is clerking in the
The creameries have been busy putting up
a supply of ice.
Ben Ykema has purchased a new gaslight
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. H.
P. Kiel last week.
A party was given at the Roy Hanenburg
home last Thursday night. Nearly all our
young people were present and a jolly good
time is reported.
Garret Strating was a passenger to Prince
ton last weefi. While there he purchased
large Edison phonograph.
Mrs. L. Roulet went to Ogilvie on Thursday
evening and returned on Friday morning.
Mrs. H. Congers and Mrs. Peterson and
daughter of Ogilvie were here Wednesday to
help Mrs. J. A. Jetsinga celebrate her birth
E. S. Starkenburg and Stellinga had a
carload of Iowa corn shipped in this week.
H. Hubers shipped a carload of cattle and
hogs to St. Paul this weeic.
E. S. Starkenburg and George Aldrink made
a business trip to Princeton on Saturday af
A baby girl arrived at the Jake Pluimer
home on Monday morning.
Thirty-six tubs of butter were shipped this
Mr. Dowlie came down from Moose Lake on
Monday morning to assist in the meetings
at the Methodist church.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. N. D.
McGuaig on January 7.
Harry Fallas has returned to Detroit, Mich.,
after a visit at the Parrish home.
Two cable men came to Wahkon for a few
days* work on the exchange here.
Among the Wahkon people who visited
Onamia on Saturday were Millie Mann, C. V.
Schofield and J. A. BaDour.
Mrs. Love of Redtop is visiting her daugh
H. F. Mann made a trip to Duluth on
The Larkins club met with Mrs. Dehn last
Mrs. Beers of Milaca and Mrs. Nasham of
Spring Valley are here as guests of their
sisters, Mesdames Dann and Coggswell.
The weather has been nice for hauling.
Rev. Mattock holds meetings at the M. E.
church every Sunday afternoon.
Mies Burns, Benton county superintendent,
was out to visit district. 33 school last Friday
Many friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Omvig on Monday night wjih many beautifal
presents. Mrs. Omvig was'formerly Miss Ce
celia Serstock of this vicinity.
Joe Shapanski is haulii^ to Oak Park.
Miss Mabel Hanson is attending college in
Miss Abbie Cook called on Clara Denison
oh Tuesday afternoon. ''--.-._
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson are malting prep-
Program Beginning Sunday, Jan. 18
Sunday and Monday "The Million Dollar Dollies,"
with the famous Dolly Sisters.! A marvel of beauty, romance and
thrills. Matinee and evening, 10c and 20c war tax extra.
Tuesday-"Perils of Thunder Mountain"
Episodes 12 and 13. One reel comedy. Matinee 5c and 10c, plus war
tax evening 10c and 15c, plus war tax.
Wednesday there will be no show, Matinee or Evening
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Tense with hfe actinn and abounding thrills. The greatest racing
story in the world with thoroughbreds and highlife intermingled with
a basie[drama of the human emotions. The sensational stage success
as a great film with an,all-star cast. Real racing scenes at the famous
Belmont Park track. Matinee 2:30 evening, one show at 8.
Matinee, children 15c, war tax 2c adults 25c, war tax 3c.
children 25c, war tax 3c adults 35c, war tax 4c.
Second Annual Poultry Show 1
Isanti County Poultry Association
Cambridge, Minnesota 1
January 26,127, 28,1920
Generous Premiums. Write for List I
Secretary, M. B. Hixson, Cambridge
If You Want The Best go to
A. C. SMITH'S MEAT MARKET
Prime Meats of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest Market Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs
Main Street, Princeton
A superior skin tone soon absorbed, leaves no
shine. This is absolutely the best remedy
for chapped hands. If not satisfied get
your money back.
Princeton Drug Company
Laces and Embroideries
Trim your spring underwear and dainty
dresses with Lace and Embroideries from
the Bazaar. Large variety to choose from.
Laces from 5 cents a yard and up
Embroideries from 6 cents a yard and up
Buy the Universal Phdripgrapri
C. M. MORTENSON, Proprietor
arations to move this coming March to Prince
ton. They will be greatly missed by their
A. P. Carlson left on Monday of. last week
for Rochester, where he is receiving medicaL
Paul Magnus is running ajinotype""a't Storm,
Lake for the Register Printing company and
reports that lie ftes bis job. _,, i