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Kopp & Bartholomew have a new
advertisement in this number.
Cheapest money on farm loans can
be had ab M. S. Rutherford & Co. 's.
35-tf
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hallowell visit
ed friends in St. Paul the fore part of
the week.
Read A. E. Allen & Co. 's ad on
page 8. It pays to deal with the
people who advertise.
In this week's issue of the Union
appears the official proceedings of the
board of county commissioners.
Ladies' waiststhe largesb line of
the finesb selecbions ever shown in
Princebon ab A. E Allen & Co.'s.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen and Mr.
and Mrs. Albin Allen of Milaca spenb
Monday with relabives in Princeton.
A marriage license was issued on
Saburday by Clerk of Court King to
John E Moore of Onamia and Miss
Pearl Locke of Milaca.
Hear the great soprano, Miss
Seward of St. Paul, at the Methodisb
church on Saturday nighb, and A. W.
Worm, the celebrabed reader.
The Caley Hardware Co. has a
cream separabor ad in bhis number.
The Sharpless and Jersey separators
are the very besb manufacbured.
T. E. Potts will build a fourbeen
room house in Pobtstown, diagonally
across the street northwest from the
old hotel site.Wahkon Enterprise.
House cleaning time is here. Let
Dan C. Mirick estimate on your pa
pering or kalsomine work He guar
antees a good job and reasonable
prices. ltc
Depot Agenb Pennison, with his wife
and daughter, will start in a few days
upon a tour of the country. This will
be Mr. Pennison's first vacation since
he went to work for the Great North
ern road in 1886
Anoka burglars are a bad lot. The
Union tells of how the study of the
Methodist parson in that city was
tobbed of a typewriter a short time
back, and recently eight valuable
books were abstracted from the same
study.
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
brought to Princetonthey will give
satisfaction. 2-tfc
The cantata, "From Cross to
Crown," will be presented by the
Methodist chorus choir, under the
direction of Mrs. C. A. Caley, at the
church on Saturday evening, April
16. You should not fail to attend.
Admission 35 cents.
Mrs. B. P. Taylor and daughter,
Adelaide, who have been visiting
relatives for several weeks, returned
to their home ab Watertown, S. D., on
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ross,
Mrs. Taylor's parents, accompanied
them as far as Anoka.
The cantata, "From Cross to
Crown," will be reproduced by the
Methodist chorus choir at the church
on Saturday evening next, April 16.
Miss Seward and Mr. A. W. Worm of
St. Paul will assist. No one should
miss this treat. Admission 35 cents.
Louis Rocheford had a large
quantity of alsike seed for sale and
he inserted a four-line loeal in the
Union. Result: All the seed was
sold within a few days. Louis called
on Saturday to say that advertise
ments in the Union are certainly
worth the money paid for them.
The Finest Wafll Papers You Have
Ever Looked Upon
There are advantages other than wide choice in choosing
papers from a very large stock like ours. Our extremely large
trade gives us facilities for cleaning our stock up closely each
season. Thus we begin each year with what is practically a
new line throughout. We give you each year a selection of
the finest and latest papers, including scores of varieties not
to be had elsewhere in this locality.
Then it is clear that prices must be right also our large
buying counts for us and for you
If you are at all interested in wall paper, come in and
see the finest array you have ever looked upon.
Op en Sundays from a. m. to 1 p. m.
W^ Ofm
C. A. JACK
The Rexall Druggist
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Interest
items
in
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. DUNN. Publisher.
Nelson's photos please the people.
Cantata ab Methodist church next
Saturday evening.
1
Mrs. Marvin spent Tuesday in Min
neapolis.
For rent, four upstair rooms.
Apply to O. B. Newton. 8-tfc
Dance at M. W. A. hall, Spencer
Brook, next Thursday evening, April
21.
Henry Peterson left on Monday for
Beach, N. D., where he expects to find
employment.
Wanted, farm produce. Highest
market prices paid at all times. A
E. Allen & Co.
County Supt. Guy Ewing was visit
ing schools in the lake country the
fore part of the week.
Miss Ellen Cooney of Afton was a
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Cooney from
Saturday to Monday.
Trunks, suitcases and valises
many to select from and prices the
lowest ab A. E. Allen & Co. 's.
H. C. Whittier of Greenbush left on
Monday for a two months' visit to
his old home at Orange, New Hamp
shire.
Dr. R. F. Lynch, oculist, was here
from Saturday to Monday, and ex
pects to make regular monthly trips to
this place in future.
Dr. McRae reburned on Thursday
lasb from Wimbledon, N. D., where
he and his wife went to visit relatives.
Mrs. McRae remained over for a few
days.
August Jaenicke is building a brick
tinners' shop in the rear of bhe
Mc-best
Ilhargey store. Structures erected
by Mr. Jaenicke are always of the
most substantial kind. He is a first
class workman.
Do you want some wall paper at
right prices? Dan C. Mirick has the
agency for one of the most reliable
wall paper firms in the state. These
papers are up-bo-dabe, and will do
their own advertising. ltc
Mrs. Joseph Craig, who went to
Pittsburg, Pa., the early part of last
month to visit a brother, who is ill,
was taken sick while there. She is,
however, recovering and will
probably return within a week.
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
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jack and son,
Duren, and Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Small
and son, George, went bo Sb. Cloud,
Clear Lake, Monbicello, Becker and
Big Lake on Sunday in Mr. Jack's
automobile. They say the trip was a
most delightful one.
Aulger Rines says that the Union
is the best advertising medium in the
countrythat the horse local which
he inserted in its columns brought so
many customers that his sale barn is
almost cleaned out. He will have
another carload of horses on hand
within a short time, however.
Judge Sanford returned to his
duties on Monday after being laid up
with an attack of measles for two
weeks. The judge is not exactly him
self again but he is fast recuperating.
During his absence the judge was
greatly missed by his associates, and
especially so by County Attorney
Ross.
The High School Athletic associa
tion will give an entertainment in the
assembly hall on Friday evening,
April 22. The baseball season has
opened and the boys haveJorganized
a good team. They need money, how
ever, to keep the ball a-rolling and
the entertainment for their benefit
should be liberally patronized.
Thousands of bushels of potatoes
have been brought to the starch fac
tory this week and the plant is in
operation night and day. Some of the
stock brought in is of good quality,
but the only market seems to be the
starch factory. Many farmers have
large quantities of potatoes on hand
more than they can possibly feed to
their live stock.
'W^^!P?TM PBINCETOK U^ION:^r*I0USD^Y, AEBIJ, 14, 1910.
Cottage lor rent. Inquire at Rtver~\
side hotels ,trt/, i*^,^
Ralph Carr made a trip to, Minne
apolis on Tuesday. jt
A. E. Allen visited relatives in
Milaca over Sunday.
John Sjoblom made a business trip
to Minneapolis on Monday.
Tickets for the chorus choir concert,
on sale at Ewings' music store.
The Gordon hat for men. Sold ex
clusively by A. E. Allen & Co.
For sale, red clover seed and white
cap dent corn seed. Apply to F. C.
Cater, Princeton. 16-tf
The music at Saturday night's can
tata will be of the highest class. You
cannot afford to miss it.
The class of 1912 will hold a sale of
home-made candy at Herdliska's
jewelry store on Saturday afternoon.
The largest line of men's work
shoesHamilton Brown makeat
prices the lowest. A. E. Allen & Co.
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
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Roadetrom have
moved into Mrs. Margaret Sjoblom's
residence. Mrs. Sjoblom and family
are now occupying the upstairs
rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Huff and
family of Lake Crystal on Saturday
returned to their home after a few
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Farnham.
The high school orchestra, under
the direction of Miss Smith, will
render selections at the concert of the
Methodist chorus choir on Saturday
evening next.
The Dorcas society of the Congre
gational church served a splendid
supper at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Shockley last evening
and many persons partook thereof.
For rent, about 25 acres of good
land, 20 acres of it timothy sod. Will
rent for cash or on shares. Inquire
of Mrs. Mary Hamilton, the carpet
and rug weaver, 3 miles west of depot,
Route 1, Box 85. 13-tfc
Jacob Van Rhee came down from
Milaca on Friday to attend the de
velopment convention. Mr. Van
Rhee is one of Mille Lacs county's
most progressive citizens and a
stickler for good roads.
"Monte Cristo," presented at
Brands' opera house on Saturday
night, was well played and the large
audience appreciated it. It was the
show which has been put on the
boards here for a long time.
There is always great satisfaction
in wearing a hat that is considered
the most up to date style as well as
the best quality. These statements
are true regarding the Gordon hat.
Sold exclusively by A. E. Allen & Co.
Brush fires gave the people of
Onamia a bad scare a few evenings
ago. The brisk wind from the south
drove dense clouds of suffocating
smoke into the village and rendered
its inhabitants very uncomfortable for
a time, but no serious damage re
sulted.
It is to be hoped that the article in
last week's issue of this paper anent
the state road appropriation of $3,800
will bring forth fruit in the shape of
action by the several boards of town
supervisors, and that there will be a
large attendance of the supervisors ab
bhe meeting of the county com
missioners on the afternoon of May 4.
An atbracbive entertainment will be
given in the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett,
next Saturday evening, April 16,
when a program consisting of vocal
and instrumental music, recitations,
a pantomime, etc., will be followed by
a carpet ball social. Ladies are
asked to bring carpet balls with their
names in the center. A public invi
tation is extended.
There are two roads in the town of
Princeton that should be put in good
condition this year, and early in the
season before the fall hauling com
mencesthe road leading west from
the village to Greenbush and the
Germany road between the village
limits and the Holthus corner.
These are the two most important and
main-traveled roads leading into the
village.
"Please, can you tell me whether the
man who owns the court house has
gone home yet?" asked Wm. Kali
her's little girl of the writer on Tues
day. "D you mean Mr. Clark?"
Oh, no bhe little girl replied I
know Mr. Clark and he told me I
mustn't skate on the walk again until
the man who owns the court house
had gone home, and I do want to
skate so much." Upon being assured
that the man who owned the court
houseJudge Taylorhad departed a
smile lit up her countenance and she
buckled on her skates and glided
away.
For Sale
An 80-acre dairy farm one mile west
of Princeton. Price $4,000, part cash
and part on time. Write or call on
R. W. Freer/'Princeton, Minn. 5-fcfc
Pred Witte went to Mora *&tj>usi
Monday evening. ness
~*ruiiij'
Rev. Fisher was among the south*
bound passengers on Tuesday.
Miss Logan left on Tuesday for a
week's vacation at her home in
Anoka.
The first choice among hat makes is
Gordon make. Sold exclusively
by A. E. Allen & Co.
the
Rev. O. A. Strauch will conduct
services in the German language at
the Swedish Lutheran church on Sun
day afternoon ab 3 o'clock.
Harry Halverson of Milaca and
Miss Gertrude Anderson of Page were
granted a marriage license by Clerk
of Court King on Tuesday.
W. E. Hall of Foley and George
Deans and C. E. Gilbert of Foreston
were among the visitors at the
Union office on Friday. They were
on their way to Foreston in Mr.
Hall's automobile.
Frank Schilling recently returned
from the west, where he went to look
over land which he owns. He visited
Seattle, among other places, and says
there is a big rush of business there
everything is booming.
For sale, my store building at
Princeton. Furnace heat, electric
light and city water. Will be sold
cheap for cash, or will exchange for
farm or stock. For information write
to Louis Fryhling, Dane Valley,
Montana. 10-tfc
Mrs. Chas. Keith left on this morn
ing's train for Washington, D.
where she will attend the National
Continental Congress of the Daughters
of the American Revolution as a
representative from the Greysolon du
Lhut Chapter of Duluth.
Michael Mahoney blew in from the
west on Tuesday evening. He
brought that genial smile with him
but no wife. "Widows are just as
difficult to capture in Seattle as here,"
said he "they are mighty elusive
critturs unless a man is a mil
lionaire." Mike tells us that he had
a glorious time on the coast and is
home to remain for the summer.
The Princeton Dairy Can Supply You
I now have a large herd of fine cows
and am prepared to promptly fill all
orders for cream and milk in what
ever quantity it may be required. My
regular delivery is twice a day, but
special orders will be delivered at
any time desired. When *you need
cream or milk call up Henry Arnhold,
Princeton Dairy. Both phones.
15-tfc
Spmmmmmmm?m E Everything for Men Satisfaction 2
|E and Boys Guaranteed 3
KOP & BARTHOLOMEW
Welcome You?
Yes, if you are only looking, we'll be
pleased to see you, and you'll be repaid
to see our colossal Spring Line of Swell
Togs for Men and Boys. We are
offering better merchandise and values
than ever. Prove us
Look Oven
1st. Our Men's Suit Department, and see the variety, style, quality,
and fabric that we offer at $12.00, $15.00, $18 00. $20 00. Some at
$5.00, others at $25.00.
2nd. Our Hat Dept., where McKibbin's guaranteed hats are shown
in gray, blue, tan and black, at from 50c to $4.00
3rd. Our Raincoat and Cravenette Dept., and see the famous Ken
yon Presto coats, from $10.00 to $18.00. Others $2 50 to $12.00.
4th. Our Extra Trousers Dept., and see working and dress pants by
the hundreds, sizes 22 to 52, prices $1.50 to $7 50.
5th. Our Underwear Dept., and see Munsmg's union suits and the
Flour City two-piece suits, both medium and light weights, from
25c to $1.50.
6th. Our Shirt Dept. Here the famous "Lion Brand" shirts pre-
dominate in desirable patterns, in both soft and negligee, from
45e to $2.00.
7th. Our Hosiery Dept, where the 6 months guaranteed Holeproof
socks are specialized.
8th. Our Tie, Belt, Suspender, Dept., where furnishings that are
nobby and up to the minute may be found.
9th. Our Boys' Dept., and see the famous guaranteed "Best Ever"
and "Widow Jones" suits. The prettiest and best that the world
can make. Sizes 3 to 17. Prices $2.50 to $8.50.
10th. Our Workingmen's Dept, where you can save money on over-
alls, jumpers, shirts, socks, etc.
11th. Our Tailoring Dept., where measures are taken for the fam-
ous Ed. Price & Co. Suits, with a vear's guarantee. Prices
$15.00 to $35.00.
12th. Our Busheling Dept., where cleaning, pressing and repairing
are neatly and reasonably done for both ladies and men.
KOP & BARTHOLOME W
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