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The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, November 04, 1909, Image 3

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I Your Christmas
1 Fanc Work
Saw Mills
Engines Boilers Gang Edgeis
Lath Machines
Bolting Machines
Slab Slashers
Chain Conveyors
Lumber Trimmers
Excelsior Machines
i Planers*ana* Matchers
Our stock of Pillow Tops, Centerpieces, 3
E Doilies and Laundry Bags is especially 3
Good. Call and see them before beginning3
E your fancy Christmas work. Also takers
a look at our Crash and Fancy Linen for 3
towels and dresser scarfs. 3
g: Linen Finish Crash, clover leaf design 2 5c 3
g= Linen Crash, rose design 40c3
Siriped Linen Crash, rose design 50c3
Good Quality Huck 25c3
g= Pure Linen Crash, bleached and unbleached...|0c-|2c3
Cotton Bleached Crash 5^3
5~ Princeton, Minn. 3
Building Material
1 of All Kinds
Come in and look our Mill Work over, such 3
as Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Window and 3
Door Frames and Porch Finish. We have 3
a fine stock on hand. 3
You Are Thinking of
Building a House i
SE or barn, or making repairs, come in and look 3
at our Lap and Drop Siding, Flooring and 3
E Common Boards. Red and White Cedar 3
Shingles, none better on the market, and at^
E prices that suit. 3
We Manufacture a full line of Up-to-date
E QEO. A. COATES, Hanager 3
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Dealer In
Prime Heats of Every Variety,
Poultry', Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
Main Street, Princeton.
KK^'lutSB. R. HOWELL & CO. Minneapolis, Minn.
Why sell your Hides and Furs at home when you can get 10 to 5Q% more
money by shipping them to us? We guarantee Prompt Cash returns at
Best Prices. 100,000 customers. 25 years in the Hide and Pur Business.
Oldest. Largest, most Reliable Hide and Fur Firm in the Northwest. Ship
your Hides. Furs. Pelts. Tallow to us. Best prices. Price list free.
$10,000 Hunters' and Trappers' Guide
is Indorsed by Hunters and Trappers of national reputation. 450 pages. 250
pictures of animals, traps, etc. Book weighs over 2 lbs. Best book ever written.
All about Secrets, Bait. Decoy. Game Laws, where and how to trap profitably.
Price, S2 00 To our shippers, $1.25.
DAIIA anil Fur Tannino
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log Turners
log Jackexs
Steam Feeds
Resaw Machines
Shingle Machines
Box Machines
Swing Saws
Brag Saws
Pulleys, Boxes
Shafting, Trucks
We also have Seconrt
Hand Machinery 4
make soft, lasting robes out of your Cattle and
KODe ana rUr I aillllllg Horse Hides. Very serviceable. Cost about half of
other robes Charges. $2 00 up Fur Skins tanned: Robes lined. Write for booklet.
Tvannorc' Qiinnllnc BuyTraps. Clamps. Decoys from us at wholesale prices.
I rappers OlippiieS our Magnetic Animal Bait and Decoy positively attracts
animals to traps Price $100 per bottle. Hides and Furs accepted in exchange
for supplies. Leather at wholesale prices. Price list, booklet, shipping tags free
to Hide and Fur Shippers. Write today.
A^-'i &VH*,*&T&ai
Mrs. C. H. Johnson of Anoka is
here on visittohe:sister, Mrs. W.
Attorney Vaaler was down from
Milaca on business at the court house
Aulger Bines started yesterday
Todd county for the purpose of pur
chasing horses.
There is no place where you can
buy better or fresher groceries than
at Roadstrom's.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf'
Kopp & Bartholomew can suit you
with a suit. The more particular you
are the better it suits them.
The Ladies' Aid society ,of the
Methodist church will meet with Mrs.
M. L. Wheeler next Wednesday.
A dance will be given at the M. B.
A. hall, Wyanett, on Saturday even
ing next. The music will be of the
Lost, on Tuesday evening, in vil
lage of Princeton, a Moore fountain
pen. Finder please return to Union
office. ltc
A dance will be given at the Mark
graf hall, Brickton, on Saturday
evening next. Ice cream will be
For sale, a United States cream
separator in good condition. Apply
to Patrick Lavelle, south of Blue Hill
town hall. 45-ltp
Dan C. Mirick returned yesterday
from Foley, where he had charge of
the interior finish and decoration for
the Brands' Hardware Co.
Kopp & Bartholomew's ad appears
on the last page of this issue. They
carry a large up-to-date stock of
clothing at reasonable prices.
Nat Young will give a moving
picture show in the Wheeler school
house, Blue Hill, tomorrow (Friday)
night. It will be a first-class show.
A marriage license was issued yes
terday by Miss McAdams, deputy
clerk of court, to Peter C. Shoberg
and Lucy D. Chase, both of Foreston.
Wanted, 1,000 more men and boys to
see our splendid line of underwear,
sweaters, sheep coats, extra pants,
caps and mittens. Kopp & Bartholo
The Zeke band will head the football
players on their march to the fair
grounds on Saturday afternoon and
will also furnish music during the
A dance will be given by the young
people at the opera house on Thanks
giving evening, November 25.
Anderson's orchestra will furnish the
The annual fair and supper of the
Methodist church will be given by the
Ladies' Aid society on Wednesday,
December 1. in the basement of the
Mrs. Mary Ecklund and her sister,
Mrs. A. W. Anderson, left here yes
terday morning for Daggett, Mich.,
where they expect to visit for a week
or ten days.
The Young Peoples' society of the
Emanuel church, Princeton, will meet
with the Setterstroms next Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock. Everybody is
cordially invited to attend.
The Dorcas society of the Congre
gational church will meet with Mrs.
P. J. Wikeen on Wednesday after
noon. A light ten cent lunch will be
served at 6 o'clock. A cordial invita
tion is extended to the public.
Mrs. Edward Gustafson of Yellow
Medicine county, who has been vsiting
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Johnson in
Baldwin, returned to her home last
evening. She was accompanied as
far as Milaca by Mrs. Johnson.
Charles Solberg and his son
Andrew, went to St. Cloud last Satur
day and Andrew remained in the city
and is taking a complete course in the
St. Cloud Business college. Mr. Sol
berg returned Saturday evening.
Herbert H. Austin of Minneapolis
was here last week looking over the
country with a view of locating and
bargained for a 160-acre farm in
Greenbush with the Robt. H. King
agency. Mr. Austin is a pracctial
For sale, two very choice resident
lots, adjoining Catholic church
parsonage on south, planted partly to
fruit trees. Will sell very reasonable
if taken soon. For price and further
particulars apply to A. N. Lenertz,
owner, Princeton, Minn. 45-tfc
Geo. S. Farnham of Marble Bock,
Iowa, arrived in Princeton on Mon
day evening with a carload of stock
and machinery and will move onto a
160-acre farm near Green lake, which
he purchased some time ago through
the Robt. H. King agency.
Robt. Haug of New Hampton, Iowa,
and C. A. Swanson of Mason City,
Iowa, were here this week looking
over the country with a view of locat
ing and will probably tajre up 4*n
"Mrs. Earl Cravens came up from
Minneapolis in her automobile on
Saturday, accompanied by Miss
Tennie Cravens, who had been in
attendance at the convention of the
State Educational association. Mrs.
Cravens returned home on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schimming re
turned on Monday from Decorah,
Iowa, where they spent two weeks
visiting their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tyler. Mrs.
Tyler is a graduate of the North
western Hospital Training School for
Magnus Sjoblom, William Codiner
and Kitchen Mechanic Hulett left
last evening for the deer camp of the
Princeton aggegation of sportsmen 30
miles north of Cloquet. They com
prised the advance contingent and
will be followed by the rest of the
boys on Monday.
The fireproof vault for the keeping
of village books and records has been
completed and the recorder's office
will be ready for occupancy within
a few days. The office and vault are
the ground floor of the village
on hall. This arrangement will save the
village $60 per year in rent.
Owen Bracken has gone to live
with his son, James, five miles from
Orrock. Despite his agealmost 90
yearsMr. Bracken is active and en
joys good health. He says, however,
that he can't work like he used tothe
spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.
He has lived on one farm in Green
bush for forty years.
"Captain" Leger Armitage attended
the football game between Minnesota
and Chicago on Saturday. It was
the first game between "heavies" he
had witnessed and he was so elated
that he wants his father to permit him
to attend all the big games to be
pulled off during the seasonhis
father, of course, to pay his ex
On Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock
fire started from the furnace in the
Judkins school house and before it
could be extinguished the floor was
burned and furniture damaged, the
loss being estimated at $200. A crew
of men working on Chas. Judkins'
barn, near the school house put out
the fire with water from a large tank
which Mr. Judkins has on his
Bryan Gennow, the boy who was
accidentally shot with a 22 caliber
rifle, is around again, although the
bullet, which is supposed to have
lodged in his spine, has not been
removed. It is possible, however,
that the missile will cause no bad
effects. Many an old soldier is going
around today with more than one
bullet in his body. Dr. Armitage
was the boy's physician.
Magnus Sjoblom and William
Cordiner have received wordwith
specimens of orefrom the mine in
which they are interested at Couer
d'Alene, saying that the boys have
struck it rich and that operations
have been suspended until an ore
house can be built. The quality is a
free-milling amalgam of copper and
gold. Magnus and Bill are jubilant
over the strikeit may mean millions.
P. A. RobideauMrs. E. E. Whit
ney's brotherand his sons, Bert and
Aliie, recently opened a new rink
opera house at Kootenai, Idaho, the
construction of which cost $3,500.
The Robideaus formerly lived at
Foreston. From there they went to
Park Rapids and took up their resi
dence at Kootenai in 1903. Their
many friends in Mille Lacs county
will be glad to learn that they are
Truant Officer Cravens is experi
encing considerable trouble with a
few of the pupils and finds it almost
in this county. They were shown I and he thinks Foley is, the best little
the country by Robt. H. King. Uown Qi0hemap^
impossible to persuade them to attend
school regularly. Unless the require
ments of the law are complied with
he intends placing the names of the
delinquents in the hands of the county
attorney, and some of the incorrigible
youths are liable to find themselves
domiciled at Red Wing before another
month passes over.
A. G. Larson, who formerly lived
in Princeton, writes from Albert Lea,
where he is agent for the J. R.
Watkins Medical company, to say
that an eleven and a half pound boy
arrived at his home on October 17.
Mr. Larson also says that he drew
No. 4832 in the government land
lottery and would like to know what
he shall do with it. He declares he
would not be without the Union for
anythingit is a welcome visitor at
his home.
George E. Hanscom, cashier of the
State Bank of Foley, and Harold
Knutson of the Independent, came
over in S. S. Petterson's automobile
last Thursday afternoon. Mr. Hans
com conducted the John A. Erickson
auction sale Friday where $1,700 in
cash was realized. Mr. Hanscom is
chairman of the republican county
committee of Benton countty and is
highly regarded by his home people.
He is a gentleman whom it is a
pleasure to meet. Mr. Knutson re
ports his Independent as flourishing
The Newest, Up-to-date Coats
in a large variety of styles
and patterns, a coat to please
every taste and purse. You
should see them.
Military Great Coats
$5.00 to 25.00
Velvet and Cloth Collar Dress
$5.00 to 25.00
Fur Collar and Plush Lined
$10.00to 30.00
Sheep Lined, Corduroy, Mole-
skin, Whipcord and Covert
Coats. The largest stock of
fine coats and workmen's
coats in the city and prices
by far the lowest. Make us
prove this to you.
The Avery
Dress Goods.
Yard and office at Railroad Track, near Depot.
Moulding, Sash, Doors, Maple Flooring, Cedar
and Pine Shingles and Cedar and Pine Siding
at lowest prices.
W. P. CHASE, Manager, Princeton, Minn.
WW 500 *WI
New 10c Novels Just Received
AH the Latest Stories by the Best Writers.
Armitage's Drug' Store
One door south of Caley Hardware building on Main Street.
Dr. Armitage's Office in Odd Fellows' Building.
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Hats and Caps, Shoes, Clothing, Under-
wear, Rugs and Carpets, Gloves and Mit-
tens, Prints and Ginghams, Hosiery and
Staple Groceries
Town Talk Pineapple, per can 16c
Standard Tomatoes, per can I0
University Tomatoes, per can |5
University Corn, per can I0
-University Peas, per can I2e
University Lima Beans, per can I5
Try our University brandsthey are fine.
Butter and Eggs taken at market value.
Come and see us.
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