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George' I. Staples is the only person who is
authorized to collect money due this office. In
very case the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
receipt. MRS. R. C. DUNN, Publisher.
Christian Mothers' chicken supper
in Caley's hall tonight.
Coming, on Friday of next week, an
orchestra with a splendid harp.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Slater of Ake
ley were here this week on a visit to
The Dorcas society will serve a waf
fle supper in the dining room of the
Congregational church on the even
ing of November 9. You are invited.
HINK amount of hen energy, vitality and red blood
grow a thousand feathersthe average plumage!
A moulting hen needs good ,healthgood appetitegood digestion.
Lee Perdue, who lives near the big'"
bog, was a caller at the Union office
The deal for the sale of Cole's con
fectionery fell through and Mr. Cole
is still conducting the store.
Tanlac now has the largest sale of
any medicine in the world. There is
a reason. C. A. Jack Drug Co. Adv.
A Hallowe'en program and basket
social will be given in the Barry school
house, district 24, tomorrow (Friday)
Don't lose hopesuccess is within
your reach. As a starter send for our
catalogue. Mankato Commercial Col
lege, Mankato, Minn. 45-lc
Miss Anna J. Pettersen has moved
her beauty culture business from
Minneapolis to this town and is lo
cated at Mrs. Brennan's residence, lp
Mrs. Alfred Melin was here from
Lindstrom on Tuesday and Mrs. Syd
ney Berggren accompanied her home
to spend a few days with Mr. Berg
I will be at your service at the
Merchants hotel from 11:30 a. m. today,
5 p. m., on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays of every week. Nina L. Moe,
Dr. and Mrs. Swennes of Wahkon
were in Princeton on Friday and the
doctor was a pleasant visitor at theof
Union office. Dr. Swennes has a large
practice in the lake country.
Clarence Hill and Joe Whitcomb de
parted on Tuesday, with a month's
provisions, for Swamp lake on a duck
hunting expedition. When these 'fel
lows can't get ducks there are none
A Hallowe'en dance will be given
at the armory on the night of October
31. Smithey's orchestra of St. Cloud
will furnish the music. You should
not miss this 'big dance,
ess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a
helps poultry through the moult and starts pullets and moulted
hens to iayoT II Contains tonics for the appetite, tonics to aid
digestion. tonc3su tho dormant egg organs. It contains
iron that fives a moj!r.n3 hTM rich, red blood and a red comb.
No disease where Pan-a-ce-u is fed. By ail means feed your
moulting hens Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a.
We handle the DT. Hess Line. Coil
Many fancy and useful articles will
be for sale at the bazaar of the Chris
tian Mothers this (Thursday) evening.
Prices are reasonable and goods satis
factory. Appropriate Christmas gifts
could be selected from this assortment
Wm. Pieters, the expert waCch re
pairer and optometrist, has 40 years
experience in watch repairing. Eyes
examined and spectacles fitted. A
special discount allowance on spec
tacles. Office north of the Savage
Mrs. W. H. Townsend and Miss Ad
die Balcom left Princeton on Monday
for Calais, Maine, with the intention
of visiting friends in Minneapolis for
a week en route. They expect to re
main in Maine indefinitely and the
Union wishes them an enjoyable time
An abundance of delicious food will
he Served by the Christian Mothers
this evening. Chickenroasted,
broiled, cold, warm, and in any other
formwill be served, and also a va
riety of other kinds of food. Come
to Caley's hall for a good meal. You
The missionary entertainment and
sale at tHe Woodward Brook school
house was well attended, the receipts
being $72.82, which will'be divided be
tween the Union Sunday school and
the orphanage at Council Bluffs. The
community thanks everyone who as
sisted in making the event a success.
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.AJACK DRU CO., JS&
Tell us how many hens yoa have. We.have a package to saU.
nnsa Killer Kills Lice
W. H. Peters of Two* Harbors was
here on a business visit this week.
WantedBarley, oats, corn and off
grade wheat. Henschel's Feed store,
Do not fail t0 reserve time to hear
the Chicago Orchestral club Friday of
Bert Goeman motored to Mora last
Monday. He reports the roads are in
Druggist Joe Armitage went to
Minneapolis yesterday on a couple of
days' business trip.
A program and basket social will
be given Saturday, November 5, in the
Estes Brook school, district 7.
The Foreign Missionary society of
the M. E. church will meet with Mrs.
C. L. Jump on Tuesday afternoon, No
Will have a car of good country mill
bran on track Saturday, October 29,
$16 per ton. Leave orders with Frank
Henschel & Son. 45-lc
A baby clinic will be held in the
county nurse's office, high school
building, on November 10. Take your
babies for examination.
Tanlac has made life worth living
for millions of people who had almost
given up hope. It will do the same for
you." C. A. Jack Drug Co. Adv.
This (Thursday) evening a card
party will be given at Caley's hall. A
delicious lunch will be served after
the games. Everybody is welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard of Min
neapolis were the guests of Mrs. T.
F. Gile Wednesday. Miss Dolly Gile
motored to Minneapolis with them
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, who
has removed to 3240 Humboldt Ave., S.
Minneapolis, will be in town on Tues
November 8. Eyes examined
and- glasses fitted. Office at Mer
chants' hotel. 36-tfc
The best meal in town will be served
at Caley's hall this (Thursday) even
ing. The Christian Mothers in chaTge
the meals, are experts in dWestic
science^nd want to convince the pub
lic of this fact. There will be plenty
Millinery Sale.I am closing out all
fall millinery at a big reduction. Sale
starts October 27 and lasts till No
vember 10. Trimmed hats, shapes,
tarns, trimmings and wool in plain
figures for cash during the sale. Mrs.
E. C. Meyer, opposite Savage store,
Mrs. H. CL Cooney\ motored to Min
neapolis last /Sunday.
Mrs. Oscar Stark spent
and Saturday in Minneapolis.
Miss Anna Pettersen, M.C.
Beauty Culture Parlor
For shampjoing, plain and electric facial
and scalp treatments, manicuring etc.
Switches and earbobs made from your cc'mb
ings. Located at Mr?. Brennan's residence
one block west of the hospital.
Overland ear for sale or trade. In
quire at Prescott's garage. 4p-lp
The Dorcas society will meet next
week at the home of Mrs*. J. H. Hill.
George Biddick from Plant City,
Fla., was the guest of his sister, Mrs.
W. L. Hatch, last Friday.
Have a good time at the armory
next Monday night. A Hallowe'en
dance will tje given on that date,
October 31. 45-lc
Tom Kaliher, the leather-lunged
auctioneer, has concluded his ditching
work for the season and will remain
at his home here for the-winter. He
is now ready to cry auction sales.
In last week's issue under the cap
tion, "Brainerd's Keynote," it was
stated that Rev.^ C. Larson had
brought "about 400 children to Sun
day schools." It' should have read
Last Monday night two tires were
stolen from the car belonging to the
McMillan & Stanley firm. The car
was accidentally left standing in front
of Odegard*S garage all night
C. J. Humphrey of Madison, Wis.,
and Mrs. C. A. Holbrook of Portland,,
Ore., who were called tp Princeton by
the death of their father, H. A.
Humphrey, are the guests of L. E. Fox
and daughter', Mabel.-
WiM have a car of mill feed on track
about November 1. Bran, $16 per ton
middlings, $17 per ton at the
This is good flaky brannot Pills
bjury's. Leave orders at Frank Hen
chel & Son's Feed store. 45-lc
The potato market is slow and
quotations are about the same as
those prevailing last week. Some of
the warehousemen are not buying at
the present time in consequence of the
heavy stocks on hand and the uncer
tainty of the market. Shipments for
the week have been particularly light
Everett Hamilton of Granville, N.
D., and his brother, Sewell, of Big
Fork, arrived here yesterday, having
been called by the death of their
mother, Mrs. F. E. Hamilton, who died
in Minneapolis and whose remains
reached Princeton last night for
burial. The obituary will apper in
our next issue.
Charles A. Forbes, division engineer
of the state highway department, and
Peter Torrell, Isanti county'engineer,
called at the Union office yesterday.
Mr. Forbes said he had been inspect
ing the sandy stretch of road in Wya
nett with a view of improving it by
graveling. The condition of the road
certainly needs improvement.
A number of out-of-town Red Cross
workers attended the rally here last
Friday. Among those present were
Mrs. Minerva Hixson, Mrs. Geo. Smith,
Mrs. Moody, Miss Engberg, Mrs. Ed.
Rathjens, Miss Stiffle, the Isanti
county nurse, from Cambridge Mrs.
Fred Gravel and J. O. Benzie, from
Onamia Mrs.. Grant McClure, Mrs.
Emma Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Wasenius,
Mr. and Mrs. McChesney, from Milaca.
Everett Hamilton, formerly of
Princeton, who is now. ^rming in
North Dakota, says that the potato
crop has been good throughout that
state this season. His crop averaged
100 bushels to the acre and many fields
went 200 bushels. The time has ar
rived, he says, when the farmers of
North Dakota ar$iying more atten
tion to diversified'j$arpsrthey find
that raising wheat alone does not pay.
Cough or Cold
Get Armita^e's Cough and Cold Medi-
cine. None just as good, you all know
it. Don't wait. Why cough your head
off when 50c, 75c or $1.00 will save you
Princeton Drug Co,
"Tanlac made mje feeryounger."* *It
put me back on the payroll." "I can
eat whatever wAnt^now." I no
longer suffer from-indigestion." "I
gained Weight ^rapidly.% _These and
many more expression's are now heard
daily as peoplestell
of their experience
with "Teniae. C. A. Jack Drug Com
forget the supper to be
served by the Christian Mothers in
Caley's hall tonight. You" are as
sured of ah excellent meal if you at
tend and everyone is invited. There
will also, be a sale of articles which
will begin at 3 o'clock. The charge
for supper will be 50 cents for adults
and 25 cents for children,-
The Ladies' Aid. of the M. E. church
will meet.with Mrs. C., Larson on
Thursday, November 3. If possible,
the several committees should meet
before that time to planvwork
present to the society. The chairmen
are: Aprons, Mrs. Stahnke fancy
articles, Mrs. Howard .towels, Mrs.
Scalberg rugs, Mrs. AlfOrton.
We heard a man speaking of an
"observatory" the other day. He said
that for 50 cents you could go there
and see the moon through a glass in
the daytime. We should think that
a man conducting an observatory
would run an ad to that effect. But,'
whoever lie is, he doesn't do it.~ One
of the few instances, perhaps, where
it would not pay to advertise.
E. W. Smith, field manager of the'
Minnesota Potato exchange, was here
on Saturday. He recently investigat
ed the situation in North B^akota and
says the potatoes grown there this
year are of good quality but that
storing facilities are inadequate. He
found bu^ four warehouses in a like
of counties and growers are
consequently compelled td ship direct
ly from the fields.
Out at Horstman,'s auction the other
day a big cow conceived the idea that
W. H. Smith was a sort of interloper,
or something of that kind, and so
toppled him over upon the ground and
walked over his physical constriction
with impunity, leaving footprints on
his vest and putting one of his ankles
out of commission. Mr. Smith, is still
hobbling around but is progressing
very nicely toward recovery.
The campfire girls of the Ga-ba
shi-min camp met at the home of Mrs
Gfrerer on Wednesday-evening for
their last meeting of this month. A
very interesting entertainment was
given, including Hallowe'en, stunts
with apples and peanuts. The hos
tesses, Bonna Wilkes and Beulah
Mathis, arranged the program and it
turned put a success.,. The name of
the campfire, .^rGa-bar-jShi-min^ was
chosen and voted upon last wbek by
The members of the M. E. church
will celebrate Hallowe'en in a novel
manner. They are planning a fruit,
vegetable and canned goods shower
for their pastor's family, to be held
at the parsonage ari'Monday evening,
October 31. This is not in lieu of
salary, as the old-fashioned donation
was, but our pastor has brought to us
six fine children. He isn't charging
us a cent for this^teddition to our town,
sp "Freely ye have received free
ly give."^ Everyone welcome. Bring
a few cookies or sandwiches in addi
tion to your donation. Coffee will be
A~ public sale will held at the
residence of the late H. ATrluniphrey,
in the village op Princeton, on Satur
day, October 29, at 1 p.vm.,
entire, (household goods^will be offered
for sale. T. J. Kaliher,
To Whom It May Concern:
I will not be responsible for any
debts or checks unless made and
signed by_ myself.-
45-lp G. W. Pollis.
the Winter Sprites
Holly Berries Red
Union Suits fit young
bodies as snugly as the red
fits the holly berry. Yet they
"give" to exercise as the
swaying leaf gives to the
breath of the wind. Perfect
design, and correct sizing
and the remarkable military
shoulder are/ the reasons
These so famous under
garments are warm as toast
and enduring as evergreen.
They tub easilyand without
shrinking. They put the O
my!" in Economy.
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS FROM
BIRTH TO SIXTEEN
We Invite yojur inspection of
LackawannaTwins in various
styles and in qualities to suit
every requirement of service
C. H. NELSON
Thursday, Friday and Satur
day, October 27, 28, 29
\Hot coffee and biscuit free.
7s4cn\r and Bty*r
Program Beginning Sunday, Oct. 30
SUNDAY AND MONDAY-"CURTAIN"-'
A First National attraction starring Katherine MacDonald, the Ameri-^
can Beauty, in an alluring visit to the land behind the footlights'
Added AttractionTwo reels Toonervilie Trolley comedy. Matinee,
10 and 20 cents evening, 15 and 25 cents plus wartex. '_, S
TUESDAY"THE SEA WOLF'*
A Paramount-Artcraft picture. Story by Jack Londqn. A soul-
stirring story of^perils and paspions at sea. Matinee, 10 and 15 cents
evening, 10 and 20 cdnts plus war tax.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY"THE SCOFFER"N
A first National attraction^ with Mary Thurman and James Kirkwood.
JTyou have stood on the threshold like "The Scoffer" did, you'll enjoy
this play. Matinee, 10 and 15 cents evening,. 10 and 20 cents plus
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"NOBODY"
A Forst National attraction starring Jewel Carmen. A drama of-
"somebodies" and "nobodies." Onejreel Educational? Matinee, 10
tnid 15 cents evening, 10 and 20 cents plus war tax.
Sunday Matinee at 3 p. m. week,days at 2:3$ p. m. I
Saturdays and Sundays, two evening shows, at 7:30 and 9. 1
All other nights of the week, one show at 8. I
CHARLIE CHAPLIN will be here tomorrow and Saturday in his I
latest .picture, *Th Idle Class"him and himself. 1
BE SURE YOU SEE THIS.
The Princeton Cafe will open for business tomorrow
(Friday) morning. Meals will be served at all hours, also
lunches. Ice cream and candies.., Regular dinners and sup-
pers 35 and 40 cents. Open from 6 a. m. to midnight.
Special SaJe on Candies Saturday and Sunday, 25 Cents
Call And Give Us a Trial.
Our Fall Opening
Has been a great success. We will still have plenty
of bargains to^the end of the sale, which
Closes Saturday, Oct. 29.
We have a full line of Men's and Young Men's Suits
and Overcoats, $35.00 values, which
are still going at
and we also have plenty of $25.00 Suits
which are selling at
We also have plenty of Bargains in Ladies' Coats,
Dry Goods and Blankets.
Our Shoe Stock
Is the largest we ever carried. We have all styles of
Dress Shoes, values up to $8.00, which
are still going at
Men's Work Shoes, all solid leather,
$4.00 values, going at
$5.00 Work Slioes, made on the army last with
soft toe caps, going at
WE GUARANTEE EVERY SHOE BEARING THIS MARK
TO BE MADE EVERY PART SOLID^EATHER
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