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6.00 to 5.25
there's big money
in muskrat trappiiT
if you ship them to Shubert
"Shubert" Wants Minnesota Furs
All You Can Ship
And Will Pay These Extremely High Prices
GET A SHIPMENT OFF-TODAY
N?l EXTRA LARGE N1 LARGE
EXTRA TO AVERAGE
EXTRA TO AVERAGE
4.75 to 4.00
EXTRA TO AVERAGE
3.75 to 2.75
EXTRA TO AVERAGE
These extremely high prices are based on the well-known "SHUBERT" liberal grading and are
quoted for immediateshipment. No. 3, No. 4, and otherwise inferior skins at highest market value.
For quotations on other Minnesota Furs, write for "(Sift inth?rt &htmr." the only
reliable and accurate market report and price list of its kind published. It's FREEWrite for it.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will result in "more money" "quicker."
SHIP ALL .YOUR FURS DIRECT VSl
THE LARGEST HOUSE IN DEALING EXCLUSIVELY IN
AMERICATHEWORLD N RAW FURS
2^5-Z7 W.Austin Ave. Dept. 38 6 Chicago,U.S.A.
EXTRA TO AVERAGE
15.00to12.00 lO.OOto 8.50
ILOOto 9.00 8.00to 7.00
EXTRA TO AVtRAGE
N?i EXTRA LARGE
8.00 to 5.00
EXTRA TO AVEOAGE
9.00to8.50 ?.50 to 7.00
6.00 to 5.25
EXTRA TO AVERAGE AS TO SIZE fl QUALITY
5.00 to 4.50
2.25 to 2.00
6.00to3.00 4.50 to 2.00
2.00 to 1.00
Why Best for Babies?
I am often asked hy Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is best for babies. Well, there are several reasons:
Fir,st: It is perfectly harmless and can be given with every
confidence to the youngest or most delicate child.
Secondly: It contains no alcohol, opium, chloroform mor-
phine or any other narcotic.
Thirdly: Children like it, and no persuasion is needed to
get them to take it.
For the above reasons alone it is impossible to get a better
medicine for babies than
Chamberlain' Coug Remed
But aside from its safety it relieves coughs and colds, is the
best remedy known for croup, and when given as soon as the
croupy cough appears it will even prevent the attack."
If You Have Anything to Sell Advertise it in the Union
No Is The Time
to have your car overhauled and put in
shape for next season's driving. Our
work and prices are right.
Bjork Brothers Garage
We overhaul and repair stationary gasengines
Mrs. Sonnenberg and son, Erhard,
have returned home from Lester
Prairie, where they were visiting
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Albert Lueck is on the sick list.
We all hope she will soon recover.
Louis Dalchow traded his old car for
a new Ford and will get it within a
few days. Then, girls, be on the
lookoutit's leap year.
9 Miss Anna Dalchow was a visitor at
Carl Rick's on Friday evening.
Farmers are all busy hauling pota
toes this week. Good prices.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuhrke were
at Geo. Peterson's and enpoyed them
selves pulling candy.
Emil Dalchow and John Zimmerman
are busy cutting logs.
Rick Bros, are cutting pole wood
and hauling it home. They are pre
paring for next winter.
Misses Wanda and Olga Hamann
and Otto Dalchow were pleasant call
ers at Fred Mueller's on Sunday.
Albert Schwantes and Fred Mueller
are busy cutting wood, which Albert
bought from Mr. Reichow.
Leonard Ziebarth and John Zimmer
man were Sunday callers at Carl
ing lots of fun sliding down hill. Oh,
how I do wish I were small again.
The other night while the moon was
shining bright Ed. Hamann, while
walking to John Dalchow's, saw a man
ahead of him. He called to him to
stop but he would not, so Ed. walked
faster and at last ran. He called
again and then the man disappeared
from in front of him. Oh. Ed. don't
be scared so easily. I guess it was
only your shadow.
Miss Martha Strauch is now work
ing in the hospital.
Those present at Emil Dalchow's on
Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Hamann, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rick
and Emil Rick and Leopold Jopp.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuhrke gave
an oyster supper and those present
were Geo. Peterson and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hamann. All had
a good time.
ThoSe at John Dalchow's on Satur
day evening were Misses Agnes Horst
man, Alvina Hartman, Mr. Fred Horst
man and Emil Rick. They enjoyed the
evening playing cards.
The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Dalchow and brought them a baby girl
on Saturday evening, Jan. 17.
Miss Gerlrude Strauch visited her
parents on Sunday afternoon.
Otto Rick was a Sunday caller at
Now that the snow is so^ieep that
the cars cannot travel Otto and John
will be going to town with their team
The golden wedding bells will soon
be ringing at Mr. and Mrs. G. Hoeft's.
Mrs. Albert Lueck has had an opera
tion and is improving nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Grapentine and
daughter, Emma, were Sunday callers
at Reinhold Wiess'.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hamann were
Sunday callers at Emil Dalchow's.
Wanda Hamann is working at E.
John Kurhke is busy cutting wood
in this vicinity.
Otto Dalchow spent Sunday evening
at E. Dalchow's.
John Dalchow returned on Thursday
evening after spending a couple of
weeks at Silver Lake, where he was
visiting friends'and relatives.
Those who spent Sunday afternoon
at C. Rick's were John Dalchow, John
Meyer, Aug. Schwantes, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Schwantes and baby, Mrs. F.
Klaustmeir and daughter, Elnora,
Willie Dalchow, Emma Hoeft, Anna
Dalchow, Lena Schwantes Laura,
Grace, Ernest and Dennie Henschel,
Herman Hoeft and Oscar and Ewald
Dalchow. The young folks spent the
afternoon in playing cards.
Rev. Knaus of Milaca spent a few
days last week with Rev. Strauch.
Walter Hoeft, Fred Kurhke and Ed
and Bob Hamann spent Sunday even
ing at J. Dalchow's.
A. J, Wood made a trip to Russell
William Anderson arrived home
from Biwabik on Saturday morning.
Chester Haggberg left last Thurs
day for International Falls, where he
will be employed.
Alfred Johnson of Opstead was in
town on Monday.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Carlson on Suttday.
Rev. P. O. Hansen was a Malmo
caller on Monday.
Mrs. C. G. Boeck will entertain- the
Isle Civic club on Wednesday after
noon, January 28.
Francis and Orval Ice arrived home
from Miller, S. D.f last Saturday even
Mrs. Laura McCullough entertained
the Baptist Ladies' Aid society last
Dr. O. Swennes of Wahkon was in
town on Tuesday.
Mrs. P. O. Hansen has been suffer
ing lately from a stroke of paralysis.
Members of the play, "Her Honor,
The little boys around here are hav- it nearly drove mo crazy. I couldn't
sleep for the pain and would get up in
the morning so tired and worn out
the Mayor," met at the A. Henschel
home on Wednesday evening.
Representatives from Onamia and
Wahkon attended the electric light
meeting at the garage last Monday
H. J. Schmidt and G. H. Wilkes are
putting up a supply of ice this week.
WAS UNABLE TO
COMB HER HAIR
St. Paul Woman is Relieved of Rheu
matism by Taking Tanlac.
"It is certainly remarkable how Tan
lac helped me," said Mrs. Otillie Kens
tenoff, who resides at 234 East Wini
fred St., St. Paul, Minn., recently.
"I suffered dreadfully from rheuma
tism and stomach trouble for some
time," she continued. "I had scarcely
any appetite and what little I did man
age to eat would sour, bloat me up
terribly and cause such intense pains
I could hardly stand them. My heart
would palpitate at times and I would
feel like I was smothering. My kid
neys also bothered me a great deal and
my back and limbs pained me so I
could barely get around the house. But
my right arm caused me more than all
the rest of my troubles. I just couldn't
move it at all, couldn't raise it to comb
my hair 1 and the pain was so intense
so .tire a an a worn
that I could hardly stand on my feet.
My head ached all the time and I was
almost a physical wreck. All this
trouble started after I had an attack
of the 'flu' last winter.
"I tried all sorts of treatments and
medicines, but none of them did me any
good, and I gradually got worse all
the time. At last a friend advised me
to try Tanlac, and she was so cnthuias
tic about it and what it would do I
decided to take her advice. At first
it didn't seem to do me very much
good, except my appetite began to im
prove, but by the time I had finished
my fifth bottle I was in fine condition.
I could eat anything I wanted arid
everything agreed with me perfectly.
I had no gas or bloating and the head
aches left me entirely. The rheuma
tism still bothered me, but I kept on
taking it, and in a short time I was
completely relieved of pain of any
kind, and now I am ssnjoying the best
of health and can get around as well
as I ever could in my life, and do all
my own housework with ease, and I
will praise Tanlac as long as I live,
and intend to tell others about it
every time I get the opportunity."
Tanlac is sold in Princeton by C. A.
'Jack Drug Co., in Foreston by T. H.
Onstad, in Milaca by I. W. Dennison,in
Onamia by Harris Bros. Drug Co., and
in Wahkon by Wahkon Drug Co. Adv.
Will Ship Livestock.
We will take in livestock on Mon
day, Feb. 2, for shipment. Persons de
siring to ship should list their stock
with us on Friday, January 30.
Val. Sausser, Manager
5-3c Farmers' Co-Operative Co.
Deal Direct with the
Highest Prices and Immediate
Cash Returns. Write for price
list. taa and full Information*
THE MERITS OF
Read Their Letters
Mrs. Martha C. Dale, R. F. D. 1,
Cannon, Del., writes:- "J am en
tirely cured of chronic catarrh of
the stomach and bowels by PE-
Mr. J'. Bayer, Glendale, Oregon:
"There is no medicine like PE-RU-
NA for catarrhal deafness."
Mrs. Kate Marquis, Middleburg,
Ohio: "PE-RU-NA cured me of
catarrh of the head and throat."
Mr. J. H. Collins, Wesson, Mis
sissippi: "PE-RU-NA makes me
feel vigorous and able to work
without that tired,, weak feeling I
usually have otherwise."
Mrs. P. Ludvigsen, Austin, Min
nesota: "I got rid of my liver
'trouble and can eat anything since
taking. PE-RU-NA."283 1 Mrs L. Hearing, East 16th
St., New York City: Tor catarrh
of the head and stomach, I have
found -PijS-RU-NA better than any
*M.r, W. H. Edgar, 49 -Cooper St.,
Atlanta, Georgia-: "PE-RU-NA
cured me after I liad suffered
fifteen years with rheumatism."
Mrs. Leona Dodd, R. No. 3,
Medon, Tennessee: "PE-RU-NA
is a grand medicine for coughs and
So many diseases are due to ca
tarrh and catarrhal conditions,
makes PE-RTJ-NA the best medi
cine in the "World to have on hand
for emergencies and general health
protection. Thousands of families
are never without a bottle of PE
RU-NA or a box of PE-RU-NA
Tablets in the medicine cabinet.
That is the safe, way.
You can buy PE-RU-NA any
..aere in tablet or liquid form. 'X'
has always been to keep the assets of our
institution thoroughly liquid. Our mem
bership in the Federal Reserve System
accomplishes this aim to a degree previously
impossible. In the Federal Reserve Bank
we have an unfailing reservoir of cash
obtainable in exchange for commercial
paper which we hold.
First National Bank
A SERVICE MESSAGE
Life Insurance is a Protection
Ask a life insurance agent for definite
figures on the cost.
Farm Loans Insurance
Princeton State Bank
CLife insurance is more than "just
tection" for your wife and family,
protection for you"in your business ven
tures. It is protection for you in your old
age. The cost to you is not money .thrown
away or lost ferever.^ It is an investment
of the best kind-^a sure fsafe dollar-for
Life insurance is only another means of
saving your money PLUS the protection
it offers. When you understand what it
means to you, to your^wife and,family and
to your lousiness you'll realize its true
and keep your
THERE IS A GROWING TENDENCY THESE DAYS FOR
EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD TO BANK THEIR MONEY.
THE ARMY OF THOSE WHO HAVE BANK ACCOUNTSIS ENOR-
MOUS, BUT THE BIG QUESTION IS, ARE YOU ONE OF THESE
IF NOT, COME INTO OUR BANK TODAY AND OPEN AN
ACCOUNT WITH THE MONEY YOU HAVE IN YOUR POCKET
AND, REGULARLY BANK A PART OF WHAT YOU EARN.
WE PAY 5 PERCENT INTEREST ON TI ME DEPOSITS.
COME TO OUR BANK.
Security State Bank