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Nelson's photos please the people.
Rev. Fisher made a trip to the cities
Very good oranges, 50 cents a peck,
at the California Fruit store.
Eighth grade entertainment tomor
row night for benefit of piano fund.
Cheapest money on farm loans can
be had at M. S. Rutherford & Co. 's.
Fred Warner of Estes Brook was
among the Union callers yester
sale is still
For sale, cheap, a good eight horse
power gasoline engine. Apply to J.
C. Herdliska. 47-tf
Wanted, from 500 to 1,000 cords of
16-inch oak and maple wood. Apply
to Geo. E. Rice & Co. 1-tfc
Just received, a full line of laces
with insertion to match at 5 cents a
yard. Miss Anna Sadley. 4-2te
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Evens left on
Tuesday evening for Minneapolis to
visit friends for a few days.
Jacob Van Rhee and Knute Elling
boe of Milaca passed through here on
their way to St. Paul on Monday.
A Stark of Souris, N. D., is here
on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Stark, his brother and sister-in-law.
Miss Georgia Moore and Guy and
Roy McFarland were visitors at the
home of relatives in Mora over Sun
Miss Blanche Harrington has re
turned to Princeton after a stay of
four months with relatives at Albert
Many have taken advantage of
Kopp & Bartholomew's overcoat
snaps. Why not youJ
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
The Ladies' Aid
Methodist church will
by Mrs. R. C. Ditan
afternoon, February 2.
Get the Best Always
In some of the things that druggists sell
the quality is not a vital matter. But in drugs
or anything for use of the sick quality is the
The advantage of trading here is that you
are certain to get the highest grade of every
thing in drugs and medicines. We have no
other. The quality of our service in com
pounding or dispensing drugs is just as perfect
as the drugs.
Open Sundays from a. an. to 1 n.
C. A. JACK
The -R.exall Druggist
i^m^m** wi mu& ^^wn **^m^*0^*^m^m0**
I Items aa^.v.- varlou source*.
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
*o and should Insist upon receiving a printed
receipt. DUNN, Publisher.
that Byers' clearance
D. Get your bargains
Jay Berg and
were at home over
John Wittlof of St
town on Tuesday and
Every overcoatsizes 32 to 44at
Kopp & Bartholomew's store reduced
$5, which makes the same less than
Miss Emma Rusness returned to
Minneapolis on Tuesday after a fort
night's visit at her former home in
Mrs. Daniel Mirick, who has been
suffering from Bright's disease for
the past five weeks, is slowly regain
ing her health.
of the society
Herman Markgraf will give a dance
in his hall at Brickton on Saturday
evening next. Good music and a
pleasant time promised.
J. C. Stark of St. Cloud last week
brought over a number of sample
monuments for his brother,
Stark, who is his agent at this place.
If you are looking for good, sound
native horses, young and suitable for
all purposeshorses that are guar
anteedcall at Wm. Ross' barns
These horses are among the best ever foe high school orchestra
brought to Princetonthey will give
The Golden Rule Notion store has
a splendid line of postal cards, post
card albums, wooden articles for
pyrographic work, books, stationery,
new fancy crockery, side and back
combs in sets, water sets, etc. Call
and examine the stock.
A. E. Allen was in St. Paul on
L. E. Fox was home from Saturday
Kopp & Bartholomew's overcoat
sale merits your attention.
Boys' overcoats almost for the ask
ing at Kopp & Bartholomew's.
Mrs. Marvin returned on Monday
evening from a visit in the twin cities.
Haw,k Mercantile Co.
S. S. Petterson was a
passenger op Tuesday morning's
Geo. H. Deans of Foreston passed
through here Monday on his way to
Wanted, 500 tons of wild and tame
hay. Apply to Geo. E. Rice &
Mr. Noordam of
pleasant caller at the
Wanted, at once,
girl. Good wages,
Francis was in
There will be a speeial musical pro
gram at the Methodist church on
Bring your hides''and furs to Allen
Hayes, Princeton, on Saturdays and
receive Minneapolis prices for the
Mr. and Mrs. Ira G. Stanley, and
youngest child returned on Monday
from a visit of several days to friends
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Meyer and
family left on Saturday for Blue
Earth City, where they expect to make
their future home.
You can get from $6 to $7 per ton
for your wild hay and from $10 to $11passed.
per ton for your tame hay at Geo. E.
Rice & Co. 's, Princeton. tf-c
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. loset of Wadena
were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Goodell
over Sunday. Mr. loset is manager
of the cracker factory at Wadena.
Wanted, a quantity of tamarack
posts, 10 feet long and from 6 to 7
inches diameter. Inquire of Farn
ham Brick Co., Brickton, Minn. 5-2te
Wm. Ross went to St. Paul on Mon
day to purchase horses. Mr. Ross
has had a large demand for sub
stantial native horses during the past
The Woman's Relief association
will meet with Mrs. N. M. Nelson on
Friday afternoon, February 4, at 2
o'clock. All members are requested
to be present.
On Saturday the voters of Onamia
township are to vote on the proposi
tion of issuing bonds to the amount
of $1,000 for the purpose of building
roads and bridges within said town.
Farmers have been taking advan
tage of the good sleighing to haul
heading bolts to the sawmills.
Dozens of loads have been taken to
the Elmer Whitney mill during the
Andrew Bavier has arrived home
from Aberdeen, S. D.. but may decide
to return to that lace. While there
a boiler in the plant where he WasRye
working exploded and severely in
Oscar jured one of the employes.
You should make an effort to attend
the literary and musical entertainment
at the high school asembly room
tomorrow night. It will be given by
the eighth grade pupils, assisted by
The Ladies' Altar society of St.
Edward's church will give a musicale
on Tuesday evening, February 1, at
Dr. Lester's residence at 8 o'clock.
The Euterpea quartet, which made
such a hit in the old folks' concert,
will sing and some of the best musical
talent of the village will appear on
the program. Everyone is invited.
J#*W\ ~sAs ^K.
George E. Bice, wtio for several
days was'confined to his hdme by a
severe attack of tonsilitiSj, restrnfejil
bis duties on Tuesday. He looks,' a
trifle wilted but says he will be
normal in a day or two.
respectfully invited to partake thereof.
The suggestion of the i on is to
be acted upon and the post office at
Wahkon is to bear the same name as
the townthat is if the poeple of that
burg can induce the authorities at
Washington to adopt their views in
P. L. Roadstrom advertises special
inducements in all departments, com
mencing on Saturday next, January
29. There will be specials in great
number and people will doubtless get
their money's worth at the store. See
advertisement on page 6.
Since January 1 there have been 14
renewals of subscription to the
Union where the parties have been
constant subscribers since the paper
was first started in 1876. We have a
respect that almost amounts to vener
ation for those old subscribers.
Merchants and citizens generally
along the Brooten-Duluth division of
the Soo line are to be royally enter
tained by the business men and Com
mercial club of Duluth on February
11 and 12. A special train will carry
the excursionists to and from Duluth.
The clearance sale at R. D. Byers'
a remnant sale in this .store is still in progress and the bar
gains are being snapped up fast. If
you desire to take advantage of the
cut-in-two prices you should there
fore lose no time in making your pur
chases-for the special sale will not
last much longer. Buy where you
can buy the cheapestat R. D.
Mik was a
a dining room
,Mr. A. M. Anderson of Milaca is
the county agent for the "Life of
Governor Johnson," which will be
ready for delivery within a couple of
weeks. At present Mr. Anderson is
canvassing in Princeton and vicinity.
The romantic history of John A.
Johnson, the man who was thrice in
succession elected governor of our
state, cannot help but prove in
In the basement of the Methodist
church last evening a farewell party
was given by the members to Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Dow and O. J. Thors
sen, who will shortly leave this part
of the country. The playing of games
was one of the pastimes and light re
freshments were served. A most
pleasant period of sociability was
There were about eighty per
There is no deception in this: I
received yesterday a carload of young
mares and geldings which are now at
my barn and the stock will speak for
itself. These chunks are undoubtedly
the best ever offered for sale in
Princeton and the prices are
reasonable for that grade of horses.
Call early if you are looking for this
kind of horseflesh as the bunch will go
fast. Wm. Ross.
I hereby request all persons to ab
stain from giving my little son,
Bobby, money, candy or anything
else. He is ruining his stomach by
eating too much sweetmeats and other
Mrs. S. A. Ccravens.
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press
GRAIN, HAY, ETC.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern $1.05
Wheat, No. 2 Northern.. 1.03
Wheat, No. 3 Northern l.oi
Tame hay firstname.lastname@example.org
Fat beeves, per Bo .3c 31c
Calves, per fe 4c 5c
Hogs, per cwt $7,00 $7.50
Sheep, per K. 3c@4c
Hens, old, per 7c@8c
Springers, per & 9c@10c
PRINCETON ROLLER MILL QUOTATIONS.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern...]... $1.06
Wheat, No. 2 Northern 1.03
Corn, new 59
Minneapolis, Wednesday evening
Wheat, No. 1 hard, $1.15 No. 1 Nor
thern, $1.14: No. 2 Northern, $1.12.
White Oats, 45ic No 3, 44*c.
Flax, No. 1, $2,111.
Corn, No. 3 Yellow, 61ic.
Barley, 60c@69c. ~n^
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lUE ^BIKOlTOJST ulsiOM WUBSDA^ SjtiraXATmS 1910.
The ladies of the Dorcas society will
give a fifteen-cent supper in the Coon- -3p
ey block on Wednesday evening next,
February 2. A good, substantial
meal will be served and the public is
J. Chadbourne writes us
Long Beach, California, that he
saw our double in that town.
Probably one of our relatives from
England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales,
France, Germany, Australia, Canada
or some other part of the globe. Our
kinfolk, like the Israelites, are
to the four corners of the
S $13.50 Overcoats,
$5.00 Given Away
Kopp & Bartholomew's
every man's or young man's
overcoat purchased. All new, clean,
up-to-date and guaranteed stock.
Sizes 32 to 44.
$25.00 Overcoats, now' $16.50
$18.00 Overcoats, now $13.00
$9.50 Overcoats, now
Bring the Boys In
OR TAKE AN OVERCOAT TO THEM.
Ages 3 to 17.
$9.50, 9.00, 8.00 Values, now-.: $4.50
$7.00, 6.50 Values, now $3.50
$3.50 Values, now $1.90
Don't Miss It. They Are Going. We Always Do More Than We Advertise.
Money Cheerfully Refunded
Princeton's ClotHiers and Tailors
THE GREAT SALE!
'HE hundreds of Satisfied .Customers that visited and
revisited our store during the past two weeks are a
living testimony of two pronounced facts, namely,
It was the Mightiest Sale Ever Held in
Princeton, and Low Prices Made the Sale
OW for the Remnants of the Great Sale. Shoes from
-oken boxes, short lengths in piece goods, hosiery in
broken quantities and broken lines. In short,
Something of almost everything, now strung or thrown on
our* Bargain Tables at prices based on figures of the Sale
These are to be sold at once. It
to undertake to price them.,
is the word. COME EARLY.
BLACK HAWK COMPANY
6 THe Price Makers of Princeton