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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, December 05, 1907, Image 5

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ff 4-,-..-,-, r. Of Interest
Born, on Tuesday, to Mr. and Mrs.
Shaw of Brickton, a daughter.
We have a few fine coats we are
closing out at cub prices. E. B. An
For sale, two cows. Will be fresh
in a week or two. Apply to O. B.
Henry Eriekson shipped another
carload of choice cattle to South St.
Paul this week.
Found, a pair of spectacles in case.
Owner may obtain same by applying
at Union office.
Attorney Roleff Vaaler of Milaca
was in Princeton on professional
business Tuesday.
Money! Money! Money! Cheap
est rate of interest. No delays. M.
S. Rutherford & Co.
Fifty sample ladies' cloaks, perfect
beauties, will be closed out at whole
sale prices. Don't miss this chance.
Mark's Great Bargain Store.
That Honor The
Soon be time to make your holiday selec
tions, and with each thought of buying should
come the resolve to give quality. Gifts of worth
and utility should convey the regard you wish to
express. "We have a matchless stock of such
giftsand no others. Price varies. You can
find here some pleasing token at any price you
to pay, but no matter how small, it
worthy quality.
We add a brief review of the goods now
displayed. More details later, though we could
not do justice in a page we hope only to secure
an early inspection of the goods themselves.
Books, French China, Cut Glass, Toilet
Sets, Stationery, Leather Goods, Perfumes,
Brushes, Games, Shaving Sets, Odor Sets,
Puff Boxes, Fancy Goods, Novelties, Cigars,
etc. etc.
Virgil Winsor went to the city Mon
day for the purpose of taking a
course in the Minneapolis Business
In this number L. G. Prescott, the
jeweler, has a new ad, to which he
Read it.
I Items
he Druggist
various sources.
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 DTTNN. Publisher.
Princeton Potato Market.
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press:
Triumphs 35
Burbanks 32
Rose 28
Ohios 45-50
Nelson's photos please the people.
Shoes that make the
by E. B. Anderson.
calls your attention.
Mrs. M. M. Mudgett returned on
Tuesday evening from a visit of
three months with relatives Cali
fornia and Oregon.
Mrs. F. L. Ludden will leave next
week for Huntsville, Ala., to join her
husband. Both expect to remain in
the sunny south until spring.
Mrs. N. K.( Whittemore of Elk
River is here on a visit to Mrs.
Wesley Page, Mrs. King Burrell and
other friends, and will remain until
next week.
A. G. Larson and wife of Waseca
and Fred Harrington of Mapleton
returned Monday after a two weeks'
visit at the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Harrington.
Bad colds are prevelant among the
villagers, and several cases of pneu
monia are reported. More healthful
conditions would prevail if mother
earth was mantled in several inches
of snow.
Just compare Nelson's photos with
other pictures you see, and if you are
any judge of pictures at all you will
readily see why the best people in this
town and county have their pictures
taken at Nelson's photo studio. 22tf number^of accounts.
feet glad, sold
W. H. Ferrell was a passenger on
the down train Monday.
AB **^^A^**^**i^^taV
Fur coats on sale at E. B. Ander
$100,000 to loan on improved farms
Loans promptly closed.
Robt. H. King.
Try some of that 20c coffee sold
E. B. Anderson's.
Don't waste your rye straw
it for the roads next spring.
Mrs. E
D. Claggett of Austin is the
guest of Mrs. E. B. Anderson.
Sheriff Shockley, wife and daughter
passed Thanksgiving day in Elk
Rev. Geo. A. Swertfager visited
friends in the twin cities from Mon
day to Wednesday.
Fred Nelson of Bogus Brook left on
Monday for Minneapolis, where he
expects to work during the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Newbert of
Mora ate turkey with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Newbert on Thanksgiving day.
F. J. Hallin, optician, will be
the Princeton Drug Co.'s store on
Friday December 13, from 11 a. m. to
4:30 p. m.
Wanted a good girl for general
housework. Good wages to a suitable
girl. Apply to Mrs. H. H. Farnham,
Mr. and Mrs. William King, jr., of
Wyanefct returned on Saturday from
a visit in Minneapolis, where they
spent Thanksgiving.
Mrs. W. Taylor of Mineapolis is
here visiting relatives and will
probably remain a month. Mrs.
Taylor has just returned from a visit
in Spokane.
Mrs. W.
of the
F. Duffy of Shakopee, wife
editor of the Scott County
Argus, called at the Union office on
Monday. Mrs. Duffy was on her way
to Sandstone.
Subscriptions will be sent for any
newspaper or magazine or combina
tion of same. You will save postage
and money order fee. Inez Young,
P. O. Clerk, Princeton. 47-tf
Miss Bess Reynolds of Mineapolis
and Bert Reynolds of Riceville, Iowa,
spent Thanksgiving at the home of
S. Winsor and family of Wyanett.
They returned home Mocday.
This is the season of the year when
newspaper publishers expect delin
quent subscribers to become non
delinquent. Clearing house certifi
cates will be accepted at the Union
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Orton on Fri
day returned from Minneapolis, where
for a week they had been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Sutton, their son-in
law and daughter.
Pictures taken at Nelson's photo
studio this Saturday and Sunday,
December 7 and B, will be finished for
you in time to send them for Christ
mas presents. Remember this is the
last call before Christmas.
J. F. Sullivan has disposed of his
interest in the Riversid.6 hotel to L.
C. Hummel. Mr. Sullivan will, how
ever, continue to have full manage
ment of the hotel until such time as
other arrangements are made.
The regular monthly meeting of the
village council was held on Monday
with but three members present,
Messrs. Woodcock, Stanley and
Grant, and the business was confined
to the auditing and disposal of a
For sale, a pair of driving horses,
set of harness and a surrey. Cash
or on time, or will trade for other
stock. Apply to Chas. King, Prince
I will continue to pay the highest
cash prices for furs on Saturdays only
at corner of Evens Hardware com
pany's store.
50-3t Allen Hays.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rawn of
Austin, Minn., were guests at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Rawn
from Thursday to Monday. The
young people were on their bridal
Sheriff Shockley says that James
McGee, arrested last week upon a
charge of selling mortgaged horses,
has made a settlement satisfactory to
all parties concerned.
George Deans, ex-county commis
sioner, was down from his home at
Foreston on Monday on business in
probate court connected with the
estate of the late James Lochren, of
which he is administrator.
The Thanksgiving dance at
opera house was liberally patronized
and Mr. Brands is perfectly satisfied
with results. A first-class turkey
supper was served at the Riverside
hotel by Landlord Sullivan.
M. J. Rawn returned on Monday
from an extended business trip
through Indiana, Illinois and Kan
sas. He expects to remain in Prince
ton and buy potatoes for his firm dur
ing the remainder of the winter.
On Monday evening the passenger
train was delayed three hours and ten
minutes about four miles this side of
Minneapolis by a breakdown of the
engine. It is said that the cylinder
head of the locomotive blew out.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ottinger of
Laketown, Carver county, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Allen last
week. Mr. Ottinger is a well-to-do
and progressive farmer. The Union
is indebted to him for a pleasant call.
Before you start for Princeton to
have your picture taken be sure it is
the first or third Saturday of the
month, as these are the only days
will find Nelson, the famous pho
tographer from Anoka, at his studio
in Princeton. 22tf
Union services in the Congrega
tional church were not as well at
tended as they should have been, but
the people who were there were treated
to a first-class sermon by Rev. Swert
fager and the musical numbers were
exceptionally good.
A basket social and entertainment
will be given at the Jones school
house, district 26, on Friday evening,
Deccember 13. Ladies are respect
fully requested to bring baskets and
gentlemen to liberally patronize the
social. An enjoyable occasion is
Hear ye! hear ye! who want your
picture taken and finished before
Christmas: Now is your chance to go
to Nelson's photo studio either on
Saturday or Sunday, the 7th and 8th
of December, as Mr. Nelson will stay
here over Sunday this trip for your
special accommodation.
A number of people ask me from
time to time when I'll be at my studio
in Princeton over a Sunday as they
cannot get away to have their pictures
taken any other time. Now people, is
your time as I'm going to be at my
studio both Saturday and Sunday
this trip. So remember not to forget,
and come.
People can make no mistake in pat
ronizing the firms
fci- vii vit
to to
to to
advertise in
the i nthey are reliable. ThisStoe
Cash Store, E. B. Anderson, Kopp
Bartholomew, C. A. Jack, L. G. Pres
cott, P. L. Roadstrom, Evens Hard
ware company.
W. T. Francis Eeturned on Monday
from Canton, Wis., where on Thanks
giving day he attended the celebration
of his parents' golden wedding and a
family reunion. Mr. Francis also
tried his luck at hunting while down
home and succeeded in shooting a
black bear which was hibernating in
a hole beneath an uprooted tree, i
Free Bockoven and John Black se
cured three deer and a bobcat north
of Ogilvie on their recent hunt. Mr.
Black shot the bobcat and Free saw a
panther, which he was unable to bring
down in consequence of distance, he
says. He must have seen it through
a telescope, for had it been within a
mile he would have reached for and
got it with his unerring rifle.
More local on page 4.
5? Townsend Block
tf the largest sum from date until Christmas Eve, we will
Prizes will be given to winners in our store
\l) to
free thanksgiving turkey offer was so successful and
attracted such widespread attention, that we have decided W
upon a novel plan to increase our trade for December, and
at the same time hand out some Christmas money to our cus-
tomers. Accordingly, to the persons whose purchases amount t,}Svo
I Give Away $100.00 in Gold Coin as Follows:
ij) To the one having the largest number of points
to To the one having the 2nd largest number of points $25.
tij To the one having the 3rd largest number of points
\& To the one having the 4th largest number of points $10.00 in gold
\|i Each dollar's worth purchased to count 10 points, but no (f\
separate purchase of less than 50c will be counted. Anyone
ft making a purchase may credit his points to anyone he desires, JS
ib but after points have been entered upon our books, they can- 9\
not be traded or given to another. Please understand this thor-
ifc oughly. You may either do the buying yourself or get someone $
iti else to make purchases and give you the points and again you fli
may do the buying and have the points credited to anyone you
ft choose. A duplicate slip will be given with each purchase with
lj/ the number of points allowed thereon, and also the name of the W
jg person to whom points are to be credited, so there can be no
ft possible error. A strict account of points will be kept here, 2\
Christmas Eve, December 24, at 9 o'Clock.
This contest is open for everybody, Men, Women and $
Children. Only those connected with our firm and our em-
ployees are barred. Goods purchased or work done in our tail-
or shop will not be counted. Terms as usual, strictly cash. /f\
ft There will be some tall scratching for the above mentioned /n
to gold so get into the game early and go after a prize. You get
value received for every dollars worth of goods purchased here
ft and money back if wanted. Some of our small competitors
to would have you believe otherwise, but we can't waste valuable 'fl
Union space replying to such petty knocking. However, it's
~~h xm
week we carry the following new ad- to all the goods being bought at he other fellow's store i\
vertisements: F. T. Kettelhoflt, Equity i
to fL
to Our ability to sell cheaper and still make a living lies in (fjt
to the fact that we know how to buy to the best advantage, and
ft then we sell so much goods that we can afford to Jake a smaller
to profit on each article. We ask you to compare our goods with 5\
those sold at other stores. That will convince you if this
nugh to make them rather crusty, we suppose, when they see
Kopp & Bartholomew
THo Homo of Good Clothos
$50.00 in gold S
Princeton, Minn.
J*-.-L &a,^S

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