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'leorge I Staples is the only person who Is
authorized to oollect money due this office In
every case the party paying money is entitled
IO and should insist upon receiving a printed
reoeipt. R. DUNN. Publisher.
L. E. Fox was home over Sunday.
Rev. Father Levings made a trip
to Brandon on Tuesday.
Wanted, a girl for general house
work. Apply at Union office.
J. W. Plafct of Bock went to Ren
ville county on business Monday.
A No.2 apple for $2.50 per barrel at
Roadstrom'sa good cooking apple.
Cheapest money on farm loans can
be had at M. S. Rutherford & Co. 's.
Erick Ness
the callers at
Carload of apples just in. You ean
get any variety you are looking for at
Handkerchief special at Road
strom's for Saturday only1,000 at
four cents each.
Jay Berg was home from the state
university, where he is taking a medi
cal course, over Sunday.
Mrs. H. Rines and Mrs. Henry
Applegate left on Monday for a few
days' visit in Minneapolis.
L. N. Berg, Peter Berg, Herman
Nagle and O. A. Vig left on Monday
evening for Bruno to hunt deer.
F. M. Warner, who was here on a
visit to his brother, returned on Fri
day to his home at Rice Lake, Wis.
For a course in bookkeeping and
shorthand attend the St. Cloud Busi
ness College, Lewis H. Vath, Prin.
When in town do not fail to visit the
Golden Rule Notion store. Get your
Christmas presents early and avoid
the rush.
Cream of Oil is the best kerosene for
lamps and incubators. Sold by Mc
Ilhargey Hardware and Furniture Co.
Princeton. 48
Mrs. Rehaume and son of Annan
dale recently returned to their home
after a pleasant visit with E G. Re
haume in Greenbush.
Mrs. C. Hummel and children
are visiting Mr. Hummel's mother in
Minneapolis. They left on Tuesday
and will remain a week
When you are looking for something
cheap and useful call in and inspect
the five and ten cent counters of the
Golden Rule Notion store.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Erickson and
family of Greenbush departed on Fri
day for Oakland, California, where
they intend to make their home.
Lost, strayed or stolen from Frank
Leathers' pasture, a red heifer, two
years old, with slit in left ear. Re
turn to Sam Miller, Princeton. 45-ltp
Mrs. B. P. Taylor and daughter,
Adelaide, left yesterday for Water
town, S. D., where Mr. Taylor is
superintendent of the electric light
Mrs. Louis Plumondore and family
are expected back from Idaho this
week. They liked the west fairly well,
said Louis, "but there's no place like
A masquerade ball will be given at
Markgraf's hall, Brickton, on
Thanksgiving evening, November 25.
Fred Ross and Fred Bach will furnish
the music. Everyone is invited, a
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cooper are here
on a visit from Osceola, Wis. For
some time Dan has not been in good
health and came to Princeton thinking
that the change might do him good.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper will remain for
a couple of weeks.
After Grippe or Hard Colds
of Milaca was among
the Union office on
Ira Stanley left on Monday for Iowa
on business for the Rutherford Land
Colds and grippe lower vitality. They leave
the system in position to be readily attacked
by some serious ailment. The vital forces
should be promptly built up and for this pur
pose there is nothing better than Rexall Emul
sion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil. This
is a pleasant, reconstructive tonic that helps to
build up energy. It acts promptly and agrees
with everybody. This preparation is an es
pecially fine one and is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Price $1.00.
The Druggist
Of Interest
from various sources.
If you know yourself to be indebted
to the Union now is the time to liqui
date the indebtedness. Don't wait
for a statement of your account. We
need the money that is due us and
need it NOW. THE UNION.
Lingon berries,
at Roadstrom's.
10 cents per quart,
Business School of $ucce$$Little
Falls Business College.
Cranberries, 3 quarts for 25 cents,
at A. E. Allen & Co.'s.
Orvie Morehouse was home from
Minneapolis over Sunday.
J. A. Jetsinga, the Pease merchant,
was in Princeton on Friday.
Albert G. Johnson of Foreston was
in Princeton on business yesterday.
Wanted, a man to cut 200 cords of
16-inch wood. Apply at Union
office. 46-2tp
Half-price dress goods at Road
strom's. Don't fail to take advantage
of this snap.
The largest line of the most fashion
able ladies' coats shown at A. E.
Allen & Co. 's.
Rev. Father Levings conducted ser
vices at Mora on Sunday and re
turned home Monday.
Chas. Keith went to Mille Lacs lake
on business Tuesday morning in T. J.
Kaliher's road machine.
Bid now on the New Home sewing
machine at Ewings' Music store.
Bids close Monday evening.
I have rceeived a carload of apples
which I will sell cheap. D. A.
Kaliher, at E. C. Best's warehouse.
The young folks of the village will
give a dance at the opera house on
Thanksgiving evening, November 25.
I keep good horses on hand at all
times for sale. If you have horses to
sell bring them to me and I will pay
cash for them. Wm. Ross.
M. S. Rutherford & Co. will loan
you money on your farm at the lowest
rate of interest. We give liberal pay
ment privileges. 19-tf
The Jamestown dress goods, the
finest and best wearing dress goods
known. We buy direct from the mills.
A. E. Allen & Co.
Dr. Walker, after an absence of five
years, will once more make monthly
visits to Princeton. First visit
November 18, 19 and 20.
E. M. Farnham arrived here from
Bemidji on Monday, having driven
all the way by team. He says that
the roads were in fine condition.
Now is the time to have your chim
neys cleaned. Don't put up with a
smoky stove this coming winter.
Dan C. Mirick will do the ]ob for you
right. 46-2tc
Sheriff Shockley went to St. Paul
Tuesday on a still hunt for criminals.
As a detective "Shock" is a corker
it is seldom that a depredator gets
away from him.
On Saturday, November 13, I will
commence buying hides and furs at
my old stand, near Evens hardware
store. Minneapolis prices will be
paid. Allen E. Hayes. 45-tfc
William Ross is anxious to sequre
a number of first-class native horses
and, with that purpose in view, went
to St. Paul on Tuesday to visit the
various big sale stables.
I For sale, about 40 cords of mixed
four-foot cordwood, cut last winter,
good, sound wood, $1.50 per cord.
Apply to A. F. Wresch, one mile
northwest of Freer postoffice. 45-tfo
Lester M. Orrock and Miss Anna A.
Carlson, daughter of Mrs. John
Carlson, were married yesterday at
high noon at the home of the bride's
parents in Santiago, where a recep
tion followed the ceremony.
Fred Johnson of Milaca was in
town on Thursday. Mr. Johnson is
much pleased that he can now obtain
his mail without driving to Milaca
for it. He is on the new route, No. 3,
which runs out of that place.
Nelson's photos please the people.
Ladies' fashionable furs shown at
A. E. Allen & Co.'s.
Heinz' bulk mincemeat, 20 cents per
pound, at Roadstrom's.
Oliver Sawyer is down from the
Golden Valley looking after his
property interests here.
For farm loans
King. He gives
A postal sent to R. I. Hawkins,
Milaca, will bring information re
garding furs and hides. Have you
ever sold to him. Try him once.
The Princeton Co-operative cream
ery shipped 31 tubs of butter to the
eastern markets on Tuesday. Thirty
five tubs were manufactured for the
A masquerade ball will be given at
the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett, on Satur
day evening, November 20. There
will be fun galore. Everybody is
F. M. Penhallegon, painter and
paperhanger, solicits a share of your
patronage and guarantees a good
job and prices the lowest. Rural
telephone. 19-tf
The Methodist church now has a
splendid choir of over thirty voices
under the direction of Mrs. C. A.
Caley. Princeton never had a better
choir than this.
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 you
will find Nelson, the famous photo
grapher from Anoka, at his studio in
Princeton. 2-tf
H. F. Mann, general manager of the
Minnesota Telephone company, has
installed the switchboard for the ex
change at Wahkon. The telephone
company of which Mr. Mann is
manager is one of the best in the
Carl and Fred Beto and Geo. Wil
liams departed for Page on a deer
hunt Tuesday. Carl, who carried
with him a shotgun, says he guaran
tees that he will shoot the largest
number, although his two companions
were armed with rifles.
Fancy quinces, 25 cents a
the California Fruit store.
Mrs. R. N. Patchin went to Duluth
on Saturday and returned Monday.
H. H. Farnham was in Duluth all
of last week on business for his brick
Miss Jennie Abbott, stenographer
at M. S. Rutherford & Co.'s., spent
Sunday at Foreston.
go to Robt. H.
lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Miss Agnes Peterson went to Min
neapolis on Monday to spend a
couple of days with friends.
For fine dress
and children'swe have them,
Hamilton Brown makel A. E.
& Co.
For sale, a seven-roomed house
two lots located on First street.
further particulars apply to John
McCool. 44-2tc
Set For A
to John
For sale, a good brood mare weigh
ing about 1,250 pounds, 9 years old.
Apply to Peter Torrell, Route 2,
Princeton. 45-2tc
Rev. August Lundquist went to
Minneapolis on Monday to attend the
St. Paul district meeting of Swedish
Lutheran ministers.
If you want to sell or rent your
land call on or write to Uglem Co. at
Long Siding. They have a number
of inquiries for land. 23-tf
R. I. Hawkins, Milaca, pays as
high as 17 cents a pound for calf
skins other hides in proportion.
References: Either bank. 44-tfc
Wm. Klingbeil left on Monday for
Fergus Falls, where he has been sum
moned to serve as a petit juror in
the United States district court.
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
Mrs. Aihert Williams, who lives on
the north side, fractured one of her
wrists on Saturday when getting
baskets from the cellar while potatoes
were being loaded. The colt attached
to the wagon backed up and in some
manner the wrist was crushed by the
Mrs. Bessie Musgrove, nee Bessie
Dunton, in a letter ^o the Union re
newing her subscription, asks to be
remembered to her many friends in
Princeton. She formerly resided in
this village and her address is now
4605 ^North Thirteenth street, Omaha,
Young Miller of Minneapolis, the
champion welterweight of the world,
and Ben Hass will pull off a match in
the Princeton armory on Friday
night, November 19. The contest
promises to be an interesting one.
Ladies are especially invited to
E. Alie
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Fleece-lined underwear,
Wool ribbed,
All-wool, fine grade,
All-wool, extra heavy,
All-wool, medium weight,
Sweaters and Sweater Coats
Children's extra fancy wool, Rf|P
Children's extra fancy TEfi fn I
trimmed at llJu IU Ql
Boys' extra fancy trimmed I Kfl
Men's fancy trimmed
Men's fancy trimmed
Men's all wool
Cardigan jackets
HnftarufAar 111**1 *_
I.00 I.25
2.50 to 4.50
Sheep Lined Coats
Short coats, medium length and
ulsters. Better coats have never been
shown in Princeton.
Boys' sheepskin lined coats, good cor-
X:.^ 3.50.e4.0
pri"bat.collar:... Boys' sheep coats, fin
4.50e tcorduroy, 5.50
4.50 to 5.00
Men's corduroy sheep lined 32 inch
Men's medium length, corduroy, 36
inch, sheep lined, C|) iA if] flf|
wombat collar ViUU IU IUIUU
Hankerchief Special for
1,000 Ladies' Handkerchiefs, plain,
checked, fancy, embroidered Mn
and linen, each "Iv
Zion Laces
A large stock of Zion Laces just in, a
very nice lace, in all widths, and you
know the price, per yard C/
only ,..5Jv
Remember that
Misses' and
be found in any city in the northwest
jVTOW is the time that all need winter wearables and they
^l cannot do better than purchase the same at our store.
We have also a fine selection of blankets and every-
thing necessary to afford comfort in the cold weather. In
department we are now offering goods at the lowest pos-
prices. Buy now and save money. a
We carry a full line of
men's wear, such as
Negligee Shirts, Neck
ties, Collars and Cuffs,
Shoes and Fancy Hose,
Hats and Caps. A full
line of Pants Malone
Pants which are very
durable. Rubbers and
Overshoes in all Sizes
and Styles for Men,
Women and Children.
Large lot of blankets in sizes and colors to suit all.
10-4 Cotton Blanket, special price
10-4 Cotton Blanket, special price
11-4 Cotton Blanket, special price
11-4 Cotton Blanket, extra
heavy, at
12-4 Cotton Blanket, extra
Wool Blankets,
Dress Goods
Fancy Mohair in blue, brown, red, black,
38 inches wide, per yard
Striped Satin Soliel "Suiting in navy,
brown, catawba, black, reseda, gieen,
42 inches wide, per yard...
Fancy Satin Soliel, very stylish,
navy, taupe, 44 inches wide,
per yard.
Fancy Striped Suiting in brown,
green, 48 inches wide,
per yard
old rose,
in black, green,
45c to $1.75 per yard, will be sold
American Beauty Oorsets
We wish to interest
every lady in our town
and vicinity in Ameri
can Beauty Corsets.
We exercise particular
care in the choice and
selection of styles for
our corset department,
and we have a corset
that contains all re
quirements of fashion
and of advanced corset
construction in Ameri
can Beauty Corsets
You are especially re
quested to call and see
General Merchandise
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Wool anJ Blankets
39c 50c 75c
10-4 Cotton Blanket, special price
1.00 to 1.50
1.40 to 2.25
3.50 to 7.00
Gent's Furnishings
i I
300 yards of Dres! Goods, mohaiHalfbroadcloth,ePricdanr
fancy checks, 3G to 54 inches wide, ranging in
them Kalamaioo Corset Co .Makers'*
we have the largest stock of Ladies',
Cloaks, as nice an assortment as can &
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