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G. A. Jack Drug Go.D
Open Sundays from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
GMTS* I. Staples ia the only penon who to
thonzed to collect money due thto office. In
tvery ease tbe party paying money to entitled
te and should insist upon receiving a printed
r*eipt. MRS. R. C. DUNN. Publisher.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Sunday in Milaca.
Andrew Lind'berg left on Monday
for a visit to friends in St. Cloud.
Joe Whitcomb attended the automo
bile show in Minneapolis this week.
O Victor and Alfred Melin were
hero from Lindstrom on business last
Will Kettelhodt left on Monday for
Minneapolis to attend the automo
If your eyes blur at a distance or
near, see Van Drasek, Tuesday, Feb
ruary 22. 8-2c
Mrs. E. F. Harrington and children
came down-from Milaca on Friday to
visit relatives and friends.
Tellef Tellefson, one of the up-to
date farmers of Blue Hill, favored the
Union with a call yesterday.
Judge Sanford, who is employed in
the state senate, was among the nas
sengers to the twin cities on Monday
Mayor Vandevanter and Fireman
Jim Johnson were in the twin cities
this week in connection with village
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, will
be in town on Tuesday, Feb. 22. Eyes
examined and glasses fitted. Office
at Merchants' hotel. 2-tfc
Laundry sent to the Nevens laun
dry, Minneapolis, every Tuesday
morning. Bring in your laundry.
Kaliher Barber Shop. 8-4c
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Raiche and
Mrs. Arbuckle drove down from Rush
City on Sunday and were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jesmer.
Mrs. Nora J9ichols on Tuesday ac
companied her nephew, Lester Scan
Ian, to Nelson where she will visit
her brother, Mr-C. Scanlan, and fam
ily for a short time.
Bring in your laundry any time.
Baskets shipped every Tuesday to the
White laundry, Minneapolis. Dry
cleaning done also. For information
see Harrington $ Ness at the barber
A plry entitled, "As tf-e Twig is
Bent," and a basket social will be giv
er in vhe west scvcol
Experienced the soft, velvety
smoothness of Jonteel Face Pow
der with its delightful odor of
twenty-six flowers, and of Jonteel
Talc without that soapy feeling
that most talcums have?
Enjoyed the healing and cleans
ing sensation obtained by using
Jonteel Cold Cream?
Ever used Johteel Toilet Water,
so fragrant and pleasing?
We urge you to include one or more of
these articles with your next purchase of
toilet goods and you will thank us for the
house of dis-
trict 4 on Fridry even'ng, February
18. Every one is tendered an invita
tion to be present.
Mrs. Adelaide Reynolds of Ricc
^ville, Iowa, and daughter, Mrs. F.
"Stoltenberg and children of Broadview,
Mont., visited on Friday and Satur
day at the Eisner and Wmsor homes,
going to Milaca on Saturday evening
to visit Mrs. E. F. Harrington.
Our readers doubtlecs observed that
the Union completed lh* publication
of the personal property tax list for
tho county in two consecutive issues
while the Milacr Times is dragging it
along like a moving picture serial, [card games and refreshments,
printing a column or two e'-ch wcok. ex-service men should be there.
rugg is ts
C. A. Jack was in
on business Tuesday.
Services were held in St. Edward's
Catholic church yesterday morning
(Ash Wednesday)the first day of
Elmer Erickson, manager of the
Farmers' Co-operative store, was in
the twin cities this week buying
Miss Eunice McVicar, who is taking
a course at the American Business
college in Minneapolis, was home
Your eyes are your best friends
treat them so. Dr. Van Drasek, op
tometrist, at Merchants hotel, Tues
day, February 22. 8-2c
The legion dance at the armory on
Monday night was attended by a
large number of people and the boys
cleared a neat little sum.
For Sale or RentFarm known as
the old Cater place, 80 acres, $110 per
acre. $250 a year cash rent. J. A.
Frerichs, Spirit Lake, Iowa. 8-2c
From the number in attendance at
Odd Fellows hall last Thursday even
ing it is evident that those old-time
dances are good drawing cards.
E. E. Davenport of Pomeroy. Iowa,
was in Princeton this week looking
over the village with a view of taking
up his permanent residence here. He
was very favorably impressed with
our little city.
Potato prices are the same as quot
ed last Thursday, with very few
warehousemen buying, and they are
obtaining all the potatoes they can
handle. About 60 cars have left this
point during the week.
Fremont Woodcock post, American
legion, has made arrangements to
give all ex-service men a social en
tertainment at the armory next Thtrrs
dav night. Among other things there
will be a boxing bout of 20 rounds, se
lections by the Princeton orchestra.
Bargain* galore at
the twin cities
Miss Ida Kluckman was visiting in
the twin cities on Monday.
Basketball game at armory tomor
row nightAnoka vs. Princeton.
Frank Morneau, the Milaca land
man, was here on business last Fri
Mrs. T. L. Armitage and daughter,
(Margaret, were visiting in Minneap
olis last week.
Dr. Van Drasek, optometrist, next
regular visit Tuesday, February 22,
at Merchants hotel. 8-2c
Mrs. Chas. Luff of Albert Lea is
visiting her son-in-law and daughter,
Mrs. D. W. Sturdevant.
Mrs. Chas. Cohoes and son of Li
vonia were in Princeton purchasing
merchandise on Tuesday.
Berger Stay, one of the representa
tive citizens of Greenbush, was among
the Union's visitors on Tuesday.
Many headaches are caused by eye
strain. See Van Drasek on Tuesday,
February 22, at Merchants hotel. 8-2c
Mrs. Daisie Mudgett went to Milaca
on Monday and returned Tuesday.
Mrs. H. C. Cooney returned Friday
from a week's sojourn at Shakopee,
Clair Caley drove to St. Paul this
morning. It certainly has been a great
winter for the automobile.
Hereafter the Yeomen lodge will
meet on the fourth Wednesday of each
month. The next meeting will be
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen, Mr. Mc
Chesney and Miss Mildred Carter of
Milaca were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Soule on Sunday.
For Sale or RentFirm known as
the old Cater place, 80 acres, $110 per
acre, $250 a year cash rent. J. A.
Frerichs, Spirit Lake, Iowa. 8-2c
Drs. Stacey and MacRae went to
Minneapolis on Tuesday to attend the
Minnesota Dental association meeting
which will be in session over Satur
The twenty-fifth annual convention
of the Minnesota Retail Grocers' and
General Merchants' association will
be held in St. Paul on February 15,
16 and 17.
The eighth grade pupils will hold
a home-made candy sale at the basket
ball game in the high school auditor
ium tomorrow night. They solicit
The army recruiting party adver
tised to be at the postoffice last Mon
day failed to put in an appearance.
Secretary Baker early this week called
off all army recruiting.
The next meeting of the Princeton
Commercial *lu will be held in the
armory next Tuesday evening, Febru
ary 15. Members are asked to put
forth an effort to be there.
Fred Schilling has received from
the United States navy department a
medal for bravery and efficiency while
in the service. Fred saw some hot
times while in European waters.
Gramer's fire sale will continue un
til Saturday night and then close
down for a time in order that the
stock remaining may be rearranged.
There are many bargains left. 8-lc
Rev. C. Larson, the Sunday school
missionary, will hold services in the
Swedish Mission church at Bogus
Brook on Sunday evening, February
13, at 7:30. Everybody welcome.
Take time by the forelock and ob
tain some of those bargains at Gra
mer's Hardware store before the sale
closes next Saturday night. Goods
are going at practically your own
Mrs. Minerva Hixson and Mrs. Ella
Loudon from Cambridge drove to
Princeton Monday afternoon to attend
the initiation in the Eastern Star
chapter. They were guests of Mrs.
Miss Florence Magnus on Saturday
returned to her home in Glertdorado
from the Northwestern hospital, where
her skull was trepanned to remove
pressure on the brain. The operation
was entirely successful.
A couple of interesting basketball
games are slated for tomorrow (Fri
day) night at the Princeton high
school auditorium. At that time the
Anoka boys' and girls' high school
quints will clash with those of Prince
John Fischer, John Wilhelm, Frank
Stahnke and August Gcbert will leave
tomorrow on a combined business and
pleasure trip to New Orleans and ex
pect to be absent about a month. Be
fore returning they may decide to
take an airboat trip to Cuba.
Pharmacist Joe Armitage was in St.
Paul this week attending the state
pharmaceutical meeting. Joe is a
member of the committee on national
legislation, whose endeavor it is to
have redtapc and unreasonable laws
pertaining to the profession eliminat
George Lindgren of this village,
an employe of the Flowers' Sales
companv, was married to Miss Iva
Ru"t. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
rtust of Princeton, at the Swedish
Lutheran church in Milaca on Jenua^y
31. The witnesses were Mr. and Mrs
R. P. Morton returned on Tuesday
from New York city, where he at
tended a joint convention of the Na
tional Brickmakers' and the Common
Brickmakers' associations at the Hotel
Pennsylvania. This hotel is a little
city in itself, says Mr. Morton. It
has 2,200 rooms and issues a daily pa
per for its guests.
'The warehouse of the*George E.
ftfce potato 'conSpany-at Foley was
recently destroyed"by fire which, it is
supposed, resvttted from defective elec
tric wiring. Five thousand bushels of
potatoes were also consumed by the
flames. The total loss is placed at
$20,000, with insurance of $13,000. It
is planned to rebuild in the early part
of the summer on the original site.
Early on Tuesday morning while
George Kaliher was attending the le
gion dance at the armory some one
drove off in hisor rather his father's
car. Marshal Young telephoned to
various points in the surrounding
country and later received word from
Sheriff Iliff of Sherburne county that
he had located the car at Crown,
where it had been abandoned. The
thieves had removed the radiator,
lamps and spark plugs.
Interesting Items From the Proceed
ings of the Men Who Repre
sent Us at Washington.
President Wilson on Saturday ve
toed the joint resolution directing the
war department to stop army recruit
ing until the force is reduced to 175,-
000 men. Returning the measure to
the house, the president said he was
unable to see in the condition of the
world at large or in the needs of the
United States any change that would
justify a restriction upoa the mini
mum enlisted strength of 280,000 men
provided for in the recently enacted
army organization bill. Later the bill
was repassed by congress over the
president's veto by a large majority.
The army appropriation bill, carry
ing approximately $320,000,000 and
providing for a force of only 150,000
men in 1922, was passed on Tuesday
by the house and sent to the senate.
The bill suspending immigration
for one year was killed by the opposi
tion of senators who declare there is
no emergency and favor restrictive
legislation by the next congress. Op
ponents of the bill included conspicu
ously big employing interests who
want cheap labor from Europe.
A vote on the emergency agricul
tural tariff bill, which is being dis
cussed in both houses, may reach a
vote in the senate this week.
President Wilson has refused the re
quest of railroad labor union represen
tatives that he investigate railroad
executives' claims before tfc* railroad
labor board that the carriers must ad
just wages or face bankrnptcyv He
also declined to submit the matter1
The Vict3r Record is a most appropriate valen-
tine, one that can be readily mailed and one to be
enjoyed every day of the year. Select one ol her
favorite records. We have just received our February
records including the first records by Sothern and
Marlow whose dramatic achievements parallel the
musical triumphs of the great singers and instru-
mentalists who make Victor Records. Look oyer this
list and you will appreciate the wealth of new music
and entertainment presented. Mark the numbers you
would like to hear and call and wc will play them
Pas-.epied (From "Le Roi s'amuse") Mischa Elman 64903 10 $1.25
Come Ye Disconsolate Mabel Garrison 64920 10
Love Nest Violin Fritz Kreisler 64924 10
Romeo and JulietBalcony'ScenePart I E. H.
Sothern and Julia Marlow
Romeo and JulietBilcony ScenePart II E. H.
Sothern and Julia Marlow
Eighth Symphony in MajorAllegretto Scherz
ando Philadelphia Orchestra
When You're Gone I Won't Forget Peerless Quartet)
There's a Vacant Chair at Home Sweet Home 18705 10 .85
Continued federal aid in the good
roads building movement was in
dorsed by an overwhelming majority
of the house on ^Monday, when that
body passed the Sells bill authorizing
an appropriation of $100,*000,000 for
the fiscal year 1922 to be apportioned
among the various states on the ex
isting fifty-fifty basis. In addition to
authorizing this expenditure the bill
provides that the money still unex
pended from previous appropriations
shall not revert to the treasury but
be available to various states that,
through one reason or another, have
not been able to claim their appropria
tions. According to the report of the
good roads committee, Minnesota has
available for contract from former ap
propriations $1,063,203.02. Its share
of the $100,000,000authorization would
be $2,840,000, making a total of $3,-
900,000 that can be had from the gov
ernment this year and next if the state
puts up an equal amount.
A Word of Thanks.
Mr. W. J. Thomas wishes to thank
his friends and neighbors who ren
dered such timely assistance last Sat
urday evening when his residence was
threatened with destruction by fire.
Notice For Milaca Times.
A considerable number of taxpayers
did not receive the copy of the Milaca
Times issued on January 13 but we
have permission to publish only two
of these namesWilliam Gfrerer,
Princeton, and Louis Normandin,
Ronneby, Route 1.
Come out to the basket ball game
at the armory Tuesday evening, Feb
ruary 15, and see the legion boys de
feat the Milaca cubs. Game called
RAN AWAYAbout January 12,
my little black, brown and white Col
lit dog, weighs about 25 pounds, long
haired, very- active, brown eyes, tail
erect with white tip likes children,
wore a leather collar. Reward for
information or return. S. L. Kennedy,
Tel. 155W, Princeton, Minn. 8-lp
Uncle Josh in a Cafeteria
Uncle Josh and the Honey Bees
Twelfth Street RagFox Trot
Dotty DimplesOne Step
My Isle of Golden DreamsWaltz
White Marimba Band
Let the Rest of the World Go ByWaltz E mus
Just Snap Your Fingers at CareDarlingMedley "j
Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra
CaressesI'm a Lonesome Little RaindropMedley 35704 12
Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra
74662 12 1.75
74663 12 1.75
74661 12 1.75
1I17 11 1n 1
All Star Trio 1ft.,v
All Star Trio S1871J
Fran 18716 10
Call and we will gladly give you an
illustrated booklet describing these
new Victor Records and play any
music you wish to hear. New Victor
Records on sale the 1st of each month.
Victrolas in great variety from $25
Ewing's Music Store
Program Beginning Sunday, Feb. 13
SUNDAY AND MONDAY"MERELY MARY ANN**
Starring Shirley Mason in the appealing role of a boarding-house
slavey. One reel comedy. Matinee, 10 and 20 cents evening, 15 and
25 cents plus war tax.
TUESDAY'THE LION MAN"
Episodes 4 and 5. Comedy. Matinee, 5 and 10 cents evening 10 and
15c plus war tax.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAYCLOSED-
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"THE INDESTRUCTIBLE WIFE"
Starring Alice Brady. One reel Educational. Matinee, 10 and 15
cents evening, 10 and 20 cents plus war tax.
Sunday and Saturday nights, two shows, at 7:30 and 9.
Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, one show, at 8.
Matinee daily at 2:30, except Wednesdays and Thursdays.
German style Herring, lb. 20C
Fancy Gaffilbitar, lb. 23c
Rollmops, lb. 30C
Nedlogd Kryd Sild, lb. 30c
Imported Anchovies, lb. 22c
So-De-Lisk Herring, lb. 28c
Finnan Haddie, lb. 20c
Georges Cured Cod Fish, lb. 20c
R. P. Boneless CodFish, lb. 38c
1 lb. Pink Salmon 20c
1 lb. Alaska Medium Red
1 lb. Fancy SockeyeSalmon 45c
Adna J. Orton
Store if Qiaity aid Bargain
It is the truest economy to buy only merchandise
of proven worth. This store handles no other grades
but the best.
A full and complete line of millinery, nifty styles
and prices that will attract your attention. Ladies'
furnishings at the new prices.
We handle a guaranteed line of ladies' shoes and
oxfords at the new low prices.
We are giving a liberal reduction .on children's
winter underwear, ladies' heavy wool underwear and
ladies' fall hats.
When in need of anything in the line of ladies'
furnishings, ladies' shoes and oxfords, children's fur-
nishings, or shoes and millinery be sure to give us a
ADN A J. ORTON
Next door south of Bakery
Brin in a Halter
or some part of your harness and let us oil it for you Free
of Charge. We will soon convince you that we know what
we are talking about on the subject of harness oiling. We
are also prepared to do any repairing that your harness
might need. Our shop is at all times at your service. Re-
member our prices for cleaning and oiling range from $1.00
to $2.00. CAN YOU COMPETE WITH US?-
Princetpn Harness Shop
GEO. P. ANTIL, Owner