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G*OTII* I. Staples to the only penon who to
4 thorized to collect money due thto office. In
rvery ease tbo party paying money to entitled
to and should Insist upon receiving a printed
reosipt. MRS. R. C. DUNN, Publisher.
W. S. Howe, the Foley potato man,
was here on business last Friday.
John Eckren returned to Buffalo on
Monday following a visit to friends
Mrs. Henry Magnus and three chil
dren were over from Glendorado yes
The Isanti County Poultry associa
tion will hold its annual show in Cam
bridge the first week in February.
OUie Veal, formerly of this place,
came down from Bemidji for a visit
to friends and relatives last week.
Ludwig Johnson, one of the progres
sivo farmers of Milo township, was
among the Union's callers on Satur
Rev. Larson, Sunday school mis
sionary, will speak at the school house
in distiict 12 next Sunday. Everybody
The Civic Betterment club will hold
its regular meeting tomorrow (Fri
day) afternoon at 3:30 in Mr. Mor
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, will
be in town on Tuesday, Feb. 22. Eyes
examined and glasses fitted. Office
at Merchants' hotel 2-tfc
We'll deliver ice cream to your
home quickly. Best quality, moderate
prices. Brick ice cream on Saturday
and Sunday only. Order by phone
347. Cole's Confectionery. 6-lc
Don't you think that a library that
shows a circulation of almost ten
thousand books for last year is quite
worth while? That was the circula
tion of our Princeton library for last
Jay Winsor was up from Minneap
olis over Sunday visiting his parents.
He is conducting a character analysis,
vocational guidance, business efficiency
and employment bureau and says he is
A real old-time ball was given at
Odd Fellows hall last Thursday night.
Old-time square dances, waltzes, etc.,
were on the program and old-time
music was played. It was a grand and
glorious period of enjoyment.
A deputy revenue agent will be in
Princeton on February 1, 2 and 3 to
assist persons in filling out their in
come tax blanks. No charge attaches
to this service. The officer's head
quarters will be at the village hall.
A basketball game will be played
at the high school auditorium tomor
row (Friday) evening between the
Mora and Princeton teams. There
will also be a game between two girls'
quints. Game will be called at 7:30
At their annual meeting, held by the
Christian Mothers on Sunday, Janu
ary 23, the following officers were
elected: President, Mrs. Jos. Hoehn
vice president, Mrs. William Lipp
secretary, Mrs. C. F. McGonagle
tre? surer, Mrs. Louis Jesmer.
The organizers of the Mille Lacs
County Farm Bureau were in this
vicinity some days ago soliciting mem
bers for the organization. We are ad
vised that they met with excellent re
sults, securing the signatures of about
90 per cent of our fanners.Wahkon
Ed. Olson of Minneapolis was visit
ing his old home in Glendorado last
"Feather Your Nest," Columbia
record No. A3345, at Princeton Jew
elry Co.'s. 6-lc
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gfrcrer of Still
water were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Gfrercr over Sunday.
Mrs. Emil Thorn was called to Clear
Lake, Wis., on Monday by the death
of her father, Charles Swensen.
J. F. Bockoven, the land man, was
down from Isle on Saturday. He ex
pects a big influx of settlers in the
Sec those braid and satin hats for
early spring wear. Up-to-the-minute
styles at very reasonable prices. Mrs.
D. Christopher. 6-lc
We are agents for the White laun
dry, Minneapolis. We send basket
every Tuesday. Bring your laundry in
Mondays. Harrington & Ness barber
A card party will be held at St. Ed
ward's on Tuesday evening, February
1. After the games lunch will be
served by the Christian Mothers. A
pleasant evening is assured to all who
Gntmer*fc fir* sale begins February
5, Bargains galore. 4 6-lc
Be sore to reserve Thursday even
ing, February 3,Jfor the lyccum con
A son was born on January 15 to
Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Davis of Du
Andrew Westling was in from Wya
nett on Tuesday and favored the Union
with a call.
Mrs. W. S. Davis is visiting her
husband, who is working for the steel
corporation in Duluth.
Miss Marie Winsor and friend of
St. Cloud were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
S. Winsor on Sunday.
The Mendelsshon Musical club will
give you a concert next Thursday that
you will not want to miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winsor drove
down from Isle on Sunday and spent
the day at the home of Roy's parents.
Gramer's big fire sale will begin on
Saturday, February 6. Wait for it
and get hardware and furniture at a
The Mendelsshon Musical club has
soloists on the flute, violin, cello and
cornet besides doing splendid orches
Joe Oos of Foley, who is manager of
a hardware store at that place, was
visiting at Mrs. John Brennan's last
Rev. A. N. Aimer went to Minneap
olis on Monday to attend a conference
of the ministers of the Swedish Luth
The many friends of Charles Ser
rurier will be pleased to learn that he
is progressing favorably toward com
Rev. T. J. E. Wilson of Hinckley,
pastor of the Princeton Episcopal
church, was elected grand chaplain by
the Masonic grand lodge.
Miss Theresa Van Dcr Moor of
Pease was a caller at the Union office
last Friday. It is always a pleasure
to meet the people from Pease.
Mrs. Elmer Chapman of St. Cloud
came to Princeton this morning to at
tend the funeral of Mr. Andrew Bullis,
which will be held at the Staples resi
dence Friday afternoon.
Charles Grow, Louis Jesmer and
Louis Lessard, with their families,
motored to Rush City on Sunday.
There they were royally entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. George Raiche.
The Gramer Hardware
will commence the sale Q its
$20,000 Hardware and
slightly damaged by fire and smoke, on
Saturday, February 5
Everything will be closed out and
with anew stock.
There will be bargains galore.
Wait for the Sale.
Mrs. H. R. Mellette- Bar returned
from a month's vHAt in Kansas City
with her daughter, Bfat Lester Mai
lette. Mrs. Mallette-brings good news
from her daughter and ner two grand
Peter Daml of' CbM Springs and
Miss Hilda Blomnier of St. Joseph
were among those who attended the
funeral of the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Delta. Mr. Daml
brother of Mrs. Dehn-.
Gramer will clean out everything in
his store at his fire sale beginning
February 5 regardless of cost as an
entirely new stock will oe put in.
Goods almost as good as^iewmere
ly damaged to slight extent by smoke
and water. See big ad in next week's
R. P. Morton will leave tomorrow
for New York city to attend a joint
annual convention of the National
Brick Manufacturers' association and
the Common Brickmakers' association,
which will be held at the Hotel Penn
sylvania. He expects to be absent
from Princeton about 10 days.
The game of basketball at the arm
ory between the legionaircs and the
Ogilvie quints was well played, the
teams being about evenly matched.
The Princeton boys, however, proved
to be a trifle too much for their op
ponents, the final score being 11 to 10
in 'favor of the locals. Cambridge was
.advertised to play here last night but
withdrew and Ogilvie played instead.
J. H. Craft of Blue Hill has his new
alfalfa meal mill in operation and it
has a capacity of 1,500 pounds per
hour. Power is furnished by a Cletrac
tractor. The moal is made from No.
1 pengreen alfalfa hay, which is
grown, cured, ground and put on tho
market from the farm of Mr. Craft,
who has between 30 and 40 tons to
grind. He hr.s 50 acres in alfalfa now
and will seed 30 more i the spring.
The annual meeting of the West
Branch Co-operative Creamery com
pany will be held in the east school
house of district 4 on Saturday, Jan
uary 29, at 1 p. m. for the purpose"
of hearing reports, electing directors
and disposing of such other business
as may come before the meeting. All
stockholders and patrons are request
ed to be in attendance. John Teutz.
Mrs. H. C: Cooney went to Minneap
olis yesterday morning. She was*ac
companied" by her sister, Mrs. Russel
Simpson, or Pasadena, and Russel jr.
Mrs. Simpson, who has been in Prince
ton for the past three weeks, is re
turning- to her home in California.
The former Frinailauiana now re
siding in St. Paul orrBi*mapolis ere
invited to a basket sngper on the even
imj of February 6: The supper will
be served in the OtfeJfellows hall on
France Ave., at the-terminal of the
Como Harriet car line. A cordial in
vitation is extended to alU former
residents of Princeton to be present at
the supper. There-are no friends like
the old friends ancHt is a pleasure for
them to meet together occassionally.
For further particulars concerning the
supper call Mrs. George Wright, tele
phone number, Colfax 1623.
Ira M. Smith* formerly cashier of
the State bank of Laporto, this state,
has purchased a controlling interest in
the Long Sidmg State bank and en
tered upon his duties as cashier, suc
ceeding O. A. Brachlow. Jas. J. Pons
ford has also succeeded Kenneth M.
Bollum as president while Fred Eggert
retains the office of vice president.
The Laporte News speaks in high
terms of Mr. Smith, and the Union
can say that he has every appearance
of being a hve wire and is a very
pleasant gentleman to meet.
35 inch Percales, per yard Jgc
Uableached muslin, per yard |2c
Good children's hose, pair 25
Men's wool hose, pair 25
Fancy cretonnes, per yard ggc
Good outing flannel, yard |j)c
Coates' thread, per spool ?7C
Leading in all that's good,
which has always been our
aim, we are-announcing this
MAL" prices that approach
those of 1914prices that
will make profitable shopping
during this big busy wafc
prices that above nil, will
mean big savings to you.
Sugar, per pound
I Yeast foam, package 7C
i Good prunes, per pound
Soda, per package...
Best lard, per pound |3
Lard substitute, per pound. |3c
Lenox soap, bar
Hiawatha sliced pineapple, pound |gc
S Fancy comb honey 35
gl Best crackers, pound |g
Jello, 2 packages 25c
Best cream cheese, pound 30c
Peanuts, per pound |g
Fancy oranges, per doz 35
Coining Back to as Nearthe
Pre-war Price Basis as
We Possibly Can
Dry Goods Prices
The Store that Leads in All that is Really Good
A. E. ALLEN 4 CO.
Program Beginning Sunday, Jan. 3&
SUNDAY AND MONDAY- 'DRAG HABfcAN"
Starring William Farnum. A' vivid dram* of the west wfcen provi-
dence was on the side of th* man with the quickest gun* Matinee,
:K*tand 20 cents evening l$,ajid 25 cents plus war tax..
'HBESDAY"HIDDEN DANGERS" THe end.
"THE LION MAN"Universal's new serial starring Jack Perrin
and Kathleen O'Connor begins with episode one. Two, episodes will
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY^-CfcOSED.
serial of mystery, love and adventure.
*Th Lio Man, who is Ca you solve the mysteiy? Comedy
Matinee, 5 and 10 cents evening, 10 anri5 cents plus war tax.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"THE BETTER WIFE'*-
Starring Clara Kimball Young* with a cast of unusuat distinction, in-
cluding Nigel Barrie, E&thlyn Williams and Lillian Walker. One reel
Educational. Matinee, 10 and 15 cents evening, 10 at*d 20 cents plus,
Sunday and Saturday nights-, two shows, at 73 and 9.
Mondays, Tuesdays: and Fridays one show at*,night at 8.'
Matinee daily, at &30, except Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Large double blankets, each $2i79
Ladies' Burson hose, pair 39
Silkem crochet cotton, spool....,, |3c
Men's overalls^ pair $LQ0
Men's good heavy sweaters7each$(,5Q
Lace insertion, yard jj
Ail ladies' winter coats Half Price
We are doing our share to
wards bringing high prices
down. Doing this means
selling quality merchandise
below our cost. But we are
willing. These "BACK-TO-
NORMAL" prices are to be in
effect continually, but there
are many extra specials which
will be put out for your ap
proval during this big week
of bargain opportunities. Call
and investigate. The low
prices will surprise you.
Corn, per can |g
Peas, per can |QC
Large can tomatoes, can |7 I
Fancy preserves, glass jar 3QC
Matches, full eount, box S I
Bulk oatmeal, per pound 4c
Tea siftings, package |g I
Navy beans, per pound 5C
Postum cereal, package |g
Bulk cocoa, per pound 20c
Fancy lemons, per doz 25c
FJake white soap, bar 7C
Fancy smoked bloaters, each 7c
10 pound pail white syrup, pail...75c