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M^^^^^v^^mm Remedies You Can Depend Upon When in need of a remedy for any common ailment, take no chances with nostrums. Get the Rexall remedy for the trouble you wish to overcome and results will be all you can desire. Rexall Remedies are real medicines, prepared from tried and true recipesrecipes that have been used suc cessfully by leading physicians of the country. Rexall remedies are sold by us only. Open Sundays from 9 a. to 1 in. ftftf Items' C. A. JACK The Rexall Druggist Of Interest from various source* ^w various source* Q-eorge I. Staples Is the only person who la 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 DUNK, Publisher Nelson's photos please the people. Join the Saturday crowds at A. I Allen & Co.'s. Miss Rita Byers visited fiiends in the twin cities on Tuesday. Concert by Methodist church choir Thursday evening, October 13. Dr. H. Cooney made a profes sional trip to The Martha Minneapolis yesterday. Washington Comfort shoe for ladies is sold by A. E. Allen & Co. Mrs. Fred Keith left on Tuesday for Minneapolis to spend a couple of days with friends. Harness made to order at J. H. Hoffman's, Princeton. First-class work guaranteed 35tf Mannie Cowles is applying a coat of white paint to the exterior of the Norwestern hospital. Join the rooters next Saturday at the football gameit promises to be a hot and heavy scrimmage Ladies' plush coats, plush-lined coats, and swell cloth coats are being shown at A E. Allen & Co 's. Miss Emily Olson, who has been visiting Miss Lillie Hatch, returned to her home in Greenbush Monday. The St. Cloud Business College is sending out a new catalogue that it new to read. will pay you Send for it. Miss Lizzie Nachbar returned home on Saturday from Minneapolis, she was spending part' of her tion. where vaca- Frank Smith left on Monday for Taylor's Falls to ship a number of norses which he had purchased there to Duluth. For a large and complete line of ladies' and children's winter coats, all new, latest styles, see the line at A. E. Allen & Co 's. WantedA competent girl for general housework in a small family in home with all modern conveniences. Liberal wages will be paid to the right sort of girl. Born, on Friday morning, Septem ber 30, to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ander son of Long Siding, a son. Mr. Anderson is buttermaker at the West Branch creamery. Lost, on Saturday, October 1, a back comb inlaid with goldbutterfly ornamentation. Finder please return to J. H. Hoffman, the harness man, Princeton, for reward. 3tc For an enjoyable time go to the dance at Markgraf's hall, Brickton, next Saturday night. An orchestra of three pieces will furnish music and ice cream will be served. Miss Iva Pendleton, accompanied by her brother-in-law, Mr. Van Patten, have returned to Seattle after passing a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Pendleton and other rela tives. Saturday was teachers' day in Princetonthey were here from all points of the compass to draw their monthly stipends, and among them were some genuine Minnesota peaches and rosebuds. Miss Bode of Minneapolis, the trained nurse who has been assisting at the Northwestern hospital during the illness of Miss Anna Johnson, submitted to a surgical operation on Saturday. She is doing nicely. A son was born to Mr. and Ira G. Stanley last Friday morning and Ira is particularly elated thereat. This makes three of a kindthree eligibles for president of the United States when they attain their ma* jority. Maybe, however, Ira prefers to make land men of them. C'iA S Football game at fair tober 8. grounds Oc- Rev. O. Fisher made a trip to the twin cities on Monday. G. A. Eaton left on Tuesday evening for short business trip to Mora. Mrs. J. O. Fisher was among the southbound passengers on Tuesday. Wanted, at once, a competent cook at the Ideal restaurant, Princeton. 40-tfc Miss Venus Reisland of Milaca was a guest of Miss Nora Bryson Saturday. The next term of the will commence here November 21. on Canary birds, fine German Rollers, for sale. Apply to Mrs. A. Bryson, Princeton. 37-3tp disttrict court on Monday, Elmer Whitney was in Minneapolis on business connected with his saw mill on Tuesday. Mrs. Griffith was in the cities on Tuesday and Wednesday making pur chases for her store. The largest stock of winter goods in northern Minnesota is being shown at A. E. Allen & Co. 's store. Roy -Soule left for Minneapolis on Monday in the interest of the New York magazine which he represents. Mrs. F. L. Small and her mother, Mrs Mary Cotton, left on Tuesday morning for a drive to Mille Lacs lake. Everything in the harness line at reasonable prices. J. H. Hoffman, successor to Gillespie & Stoneburg, Princeton. 35-tf Louis Lindquist of Norden returned home on Thursday after a visit to friends here. He says he is getting along nicely. For sale, a good farm team, sound in every particular, weight 2,600 pounds, price $200. Apply to H. H. Farnham, Brickton. 40-2tc Miss Annie R. Johnson, head nurse at the Northwestern hospital, who was recently operated upon for appendi citis, is convalescent. At the recent term of district court in Cambridge several indictments were returned against parties accused of illegally selling liquor. Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, was here on Monday and Tuesday. He is well satisfied with the steady in crease of the patronage accorded him. The Modern Samaritans will give a basket social and dance at the I. O. O. F. hall on Friday evening, October 14. An invitation is extended to the public. Rev. W. H. Koenig is attending the Northern German Methodist confer ence at Faribault. He left here on Tuesday and will probably be absent a week. Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, will be in town on Friday and Satur day, November 11 and 12. Eyes examined and glasses fitted. Office at Commercial hotel. 41-tfc A girl, aged 14 years, would like to work for board while attending Ger man school in village of Princeton. School commences on November 7. Apply at i on office. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C.^ Van der Sluis of St. Paul arrived here on Monday from St. Cloud and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Prowse. They are on their bridal trip. D. J. Barry of Minneapolis, repre senting the Barry Telegraph Institute, is at the Riverside hotel, where he will give any information desired to those contemplating learning teleg raphy. O. Holm, a St. Paul contractor, Sunday with John and Andrew Sjoblom, who took him on an auto trip to Milaca and Foreston. Mr. Holm told the writer that he attended school with John and Andrew in Sweden and that they were the most mischievous kids in the building always in trouble. Mrs.passed rif PKINOKTON UNION* THUHSDAy, OCTOBER 6* 1910. Don'.t fail to attend the, football game on Saturday afternoon. Dr. Olson of Milaca was here on a visit to Dr. Cooney on Tuesday. E. L. McMillan and Guy Ewing motored over to St. Cloud on Mon day. Wanted, a competent dining-room girl at Newton's Bakery. Good wages. 36-tfc Jay Berg came up from the state university on Saturday and returned on Monday. A large stock of harness, fly nets, blankets, etc., at J. H. Hoffman's, Princeton. 35tf Mrs. Charles Keith went down to St. Paul yesterday for a few days' visit with friends. Miss Ethel Fisher of Minneapolis was a guest at the Benjamin Soule residence over Sunday. For farm loans go to Robt. H. King. He gives lowest rates, best terms and quick service. 50-tf F. T. Kettelhodt has an ad in this number calling attention to his new stock of blankets. Call and examine them. Mrs. C. S. Neumann and Mrs. Aul ger Rines were among those who went to Minneapolis on yesterday morn ing's train. C. A. Caley left for Minneapolis on Monday to attend the implement dealers' conventio'fa. Mrs. Caley went down on Tuesday. We have received a carload of ap ples which will be sold directly to the consumer at $1 per bushel. Call at Foltz' feed store. F. W. Manke & Co. Moving picture presentations will be given at Brands' opera house tomorrow and Saturday evenings. You cannot fail to enjoy the show if you attend. Mr. George H. Deans of Foreston is the Mille Lacs county member of Con gressman Miller's committee. Mr. Miller could not have selected a better man for the position. Frank Morneau was down from Wahkon last Thursday and, with others, appeared before the county commissioners in regard to the pro posed incorporation of that place as a village. Frank Smith has secured an auc tioneer's license and is now prepared to conduct public sales for whomso ever may require his services. Call on or write him at the Riverside hotel, Princeton. 41-3tc Wm. E. Trumbull of Milaca will be an independent candiadte for county commissioner from the Fourth dis trict. Mr. Trumbull is highly spoken of by those who have the pleasure uf his acquaintance. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Farnham re turned from Bemid]i on Friday. Mr. Farnham has sold his residence to K. B. Tarbox and will probably go west to locate within a short time although he has not yet decided at what point. Elmer Woodman, the taxidermist, mounted a wood duck for Dr. McRae last week which is one of the prettiest specimens we have ever seen, and the fine manner in which Mr. Woodman mounted it makes it look as natural as life. The shooting and slightly wound ing of Lester Stewart at Cass Lake by Fred Goulding was purely a case of self-defense. Stewart is a big powerful man and he was the aggres sor. Stewart was only slightly injured. 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 William Neely came down from Lemon, S. D., on Monday evening for a stay of a few days. Bill is well pleased with the town but says its name should be changed from Lemon to Peach. He will endeavor to have such change made. John Folwick and family will leave next Monday for Oakland, Cal., where they expect to reside in the future. Mr. Folwick held a sale at hhvfarm on Tuesday and he says that he is- very well pleased with the result. About 500 people attended the sale. The choir of the Methodist church, under the .direction of Mrs. Claire Caley, will give a concert at Brand's opera house on Thursday evening, October 13. Both classical and popular selections will be rendered music that will please everyone. Admission, to all parts of the houset 35 cents. Telegraph operators in great de mand. Young men contemplating learning some good trade or pro fession this fall will do well to call on D. J. Barry, president of Barry's Telegraph Institute of Minneapolis, this evening at the Riverside hotel. He will be glad to explain explicitly the advantages offered by entering the railway and commercial field, using telegraphy as a stepping stone. i Mr. and Mrs. Adna Orton returned from their bridal trip on Friday. Miss Bertha Woodcock arrived home last evening from Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Tarbox were visiting relatives in Anoka on Tues day. The Hamilton-Brown shoes are Sold exclusively in Princeton by A. E. Allen & Co. The Evens Mandt wagon 8. Read it. Hardware Co. has a advertisement on page Thos. H. Caley went to Minneap olis yesterday to attend the implement men's convention. Two rooms for rent, furnished unfurnished. Inquire of Wm. Drescher, jr.,'Princeton T. or G. 41-2tp here on and is V. Gaffney arrived Saturday from Huron, S. D. engaged in buying potatoes. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes of Baraboo, Wis., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoffman from Saturday to Mon day. M. M. Stroeter utilized the train to go to St. Paul on Tuesday. Reason: Auto out of commission and repairs necessary. For sale, 10 head of horses, from 3 to 6 years old. Will sell cheap for cash or on time. S. P. Woodman, Princeton. 41-4tc Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bigelow are home from Beach, N. D. Mr. Bige low is undecided whether he will re turn to that place. On page 7 the i on prints the six proposed amendments to the state constitution to be voted on at the gen eral election in November. The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. A. Larson at the L. G. Prescott house on Wednesday afternoon next. Tomorrow night a dance will be given at the Maccabee hall. Music will be furnished by Anderson's orchestra. Everyone is extended an invitation. Don't forget that this is the time of the yea/ to have your chimneys cleaned. I will do the job right and for a reasonable price. 41-2tc Dan C. Mirick. Seventy-five tubs of butter were manufactured by the Princeton Co operative creame ry for the week end ing Monday and sufficient cream re mained in the vats to make eight tubs more. Q- W. Weatherley of Marshalltown, Lowa, was here on Monday and Tues day looking over the country with a view of buying a farm. He was well pleased with the land around here and will probably return to this section to reside. Tomorrow evening at 5:30 o'clock the Woman's Relief association will give a 10-cent social in the parlors of the Methodist church. Old soldiers and their wives are extended a special invitation and the public generally is invited. On Saturday morning a child of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mierkeone of twinsdied, aged 2 months, and the funeral was held on Sunday after noon from the family residence. The first of the pair died on Tuesday of last week. Last Monday, between the Union office and his residence, the publisher of the Union lost a couple of letters which he had not read. If the finder will be so kind as to return the letters to the Union office the publisher will feel greatly obliged. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dobbin of Ex celsior, who were here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Evens, returned to their home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Evens took them to Excelsior in their automobile and returned to Princeton on Monday. Elmer Carlson and Archie Taylor returned on Monday from a six weeks' trip through the west. They toured the Yellowstone park and visited the principal cities on the coast, returning by way of the Canadian Pacific railroad. Cambridge had a very successful county fair this year, and those from Princeton and vicinity who attended it speak highly of the exhibits and the attractions offered, but all agree in saying that our sister village ought to have fair grounds and a race track. Public Anctlofcf On Wednesday, October.^ 12, begin ning at 10 a. m. sharp, an auction will be held on the old Wheeler farm in Blue Hill, 5% miles west of Prince ton. At that time the whole of the live stock, farm machinery, household furniture and other effects on the premises will be offered for sale Among the property to be disposed of are 12 cows coming fresh, 2 horses weighing about 2,600 pounds, harness, 2 buggies, binder, mower, rake, culti vator, drill, gasoline engine, feed mill, corn sheller, feed cutter, cream separator, farm tools and all the household furniture. A free lunch will be served at noon. Mohaupt Bros., Owners. M. M. Stroeter, Auctioneer. 32**A 1 ~&3 2] r** Wanted! 500 Pretty Girls 1 Between the ages of 15 and 25 years To tell the young men of Princeton and vicinity how handsome they would look in one of those Nifty Suits which we are selling. Boys are sometimes careless as to their personal appearance, but You Can't Fool the Girls and, if they will just remember to mention this, the boys will be more careful to dress to the "queen's taste." We make a specialty of dressing men folks in not only the latest style but the Best Style as well and avoid that loud and freaky goods which are so much out of good taste. We can do this, for we travel over the country ex= tensively and know what the best styles are. We will treat you square. One price to all. I KOPP & BARTHOLOMEW 1 THE CLOTHIERS OF PRINCETON ^UiiUitUUUiiUUUUiUUiiUUi4UUUiUiUiUiUiUUiUiUiUiiU^ Roofs Will Leak in Time Then, of course it means anew roof, or patch up the old one In either case it will take shingles If its your roof then of course you want only the best slrngles There is no question about Washington Red Cedar Shingles being the best and wc don't think there is any question about this being the best place to buy them But that's up to you to prove to your own satisfaction If you come in we will take pleasure in showing you our stock and quoting ou lowest prices CALEY LUMBER CO. BENJAfHN SOULE, Manager It is a Pleasure "Tift. *& r^^^^^f&^M^M^ To invite* you to see this vast array of fine Suits and nobby Over coats for Men's, young men's and boys' wear nothing like it from the Twin Cities to Duluth. Also sheep-lined Coats largest -slock and low est prices you have heard of. Mackinaws, Reefers, Underwear of all kinds. Shirts in endless styles and qualities. 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