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POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
C. M. JOHNSTON
C. M. Johnston, republican candi
date for judge ot the Seventh judicial
district, located at Detroit, Minne
sota, in November, 1885, and since
that time has been actively engaged
in the practice of law in Becker and
adjoining counties. He held the
office of county attorney for ten
years, and has always had the respect
and good will of the people of his
county.
Mr. Johnston is a republican and in
his announcements, including his
primary and election cards, he has
stated that he is the republican can
didate. He conducted a dignified and
able campaign before the primary
and will do so before the election.
He will not make stump speeches or
travel in automobiles, he desires the
office, but with it he wants the respect
of the people and, if elected, will make
an effort to merit the good will of the
members of the bar and others hav
ing business before the courts.
If you believe that a judge should
be an able, honest and fair-minded
man, and that his election should not
be decided on grounds of personal
friendship or residence, vote for C.
Johnston.
RUFUS MORTON
To the Voters of the Forty-fifth
District
GentlemenHaving again been
nominated at the recent primary elec
tion by tne prohibition party as a
candidate for the legislature for this
district, I take this opportunity of
stating my position on some of the
questions now agitating the public
mind and invite your support at the
ensuing election.
If elected I shall seek the passage
of laws favoring
Prohibiting the manufacture and
sale of alcoholic liquors for beverage
purposes
County option, in the event of the
failure to pass state prohibitory laws.
Public control (or, if necessary,)
ownership of such utilities as are
natural monopolies.
An amendment to state constitution
permitting a special tax for good
roads.
The initiative and the referendum.
A just and fair readjustment of the
legislative districts.
If elected I shall use all honorable
means to further the best interests of
the state as a whole, and especially
those of the Forty-fifth district.
Yours sincerely,
Rufus P. Morton
Brickton, Minn Oct. 19, 1910.
Let the Voice of tlie People be Obeyed
ALFRED JAQUES
Democratic Candidate for Congress
The Congressional Issue From A Non
partisan Viewpoint
'The renomination for congress in
the Duluth district of Minnesota, of
Congressman Miller (insurgent in
word and standpatter in deed) opens
the way for the election of a demo
cratic democrat in the person of
Alfred Jaques, the democratic nomi-
nee. This is another opportunity for
citizens no longer party bound to
ignore old party Tines in their voting
and strengthen the progressive move
ment. As we have already pointed
out in reference to Walter Macarthur,
(democratic democrat) in one Cali
fornia district and William Kent,
(insurgent republican) in another, the
present opportunity for progressives
of both parties to get together some
times invites democratic democrats
to vote for republican progressives,
and at others invites republican pro
gressives to vote for democratic demo
crats, lb is in the latter category
that the Duluth candidacy falls. Re
publicans up there who are really
progressive will be best represented
in congress, not by the man who has
i fooled them once, but by Judge
Jaques, with whom they are at vari
ance only over party labels.Prom
The Public, of Chicago, Oct. 14, 1910.
For County Commissioner.
'To the Voters of the Fourth Commissioner
District
Gentlemen at the request of a large number
of voters from all parts of the Fourth Commis
sioner district I hereby announce myself as an
independent candidate for the office of county
commissioner for the 4th district I have been
a resident of the district for over 20 years and
if elected I will treat all parts of the district
honestly and squarely Outside of this I make
no promises to anyone
Yours truly,
WM E TRUMBLB,
42-4tc Milaca
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Gleanings by Our Country
Correspondents* 5
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PEASE.
Jake Jongejeugd intends to leave
soon for Clara City to get a car of
straw.
Charlie Ruis returned from Prins
burg last Saturday and he and his
brother, Gerrit, expect to leave for
Sioux county, Iowa, today.
H. Baker of Hock Valley. Iowa,
arrived here on Saturday to visit
friends. He intends to remain a
week. He says the country looks
good to him, but he would prefer an
improved farm if he should buy here.
Guy Schutte has sufficiently re
covered so he can resume his studies
at the North Wisconsin academy,
Ashland, for which place he boarded
the train on Monday evening. Our
best wishes follow him. Guy is an
excellent student.
The passenger train set fire to the
tamarack swamp directly north of
Pease last week and had it not been
for the favorable wind which pre
vailed there would have been great
danger for the citizens of Pease.
About 10 tons of hay burned belong
ing to Mrs. Johanson. The bog is
still burning.
GREENWOOD
Mrs. George Hurley is on the sick
list.
August Albrecht called on Julius
Reissig last Sunday.
Miss Genevieve Colburn took a trip
to Milaca last Saturday.
Mrs. Nick Essig entertained Mrs.
Fred Eggert on Sunday afternoon.
Fred Eggert has purchased a fine
three year old colt from Mr. Kuether
of Pease.
Alfred Johnson and Archie Taylor
left Tuesday for a hunting trip in the
lake country.
Harry Cook of Princeton was on a
hunting expedition with Henry Smith
Sunday morning.
Miss Amanda Bandemer visited
with her sister, Mrs. Fred Schim
ming, last Wednesday.
Mrs Handshue, who for the last
two months was a guest of Mrs. Aug.
Jaenicke, returned to her home in
Mora last Wednesday.
Otto Rosin visited the roller rink at
Long Siding last Thursday evening.
He says the way the floor came up to
meet him sometimes wasn't slow.
Last Sunday Edmund Young's auto
was put out of commission entirely
when one of the front wheels broke.
But with the aid of a crowbar and
logging chain he managed to get to
the nearest farm house.
THREE CORNERS.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hamilton are
visiting their son, Orin Hamilton.
Mrs. Grace Frederickson is home
after spending a few days in town.
We are glad to hear that Alex
Nelson's little girl is getting better.
Olaf Bye is home again. There is
no place like Three Corners, is there,
Olaf?
Mrs. Elias Piero
visiting her folks,
Fiero.
Mrs. Frank Smith
on Saturday after a
tives here.
of Baldwin is
Mr. and Mrs.
returned
visit to
THE PBTSTCBTON UNION ^THURSDAY, OCTOBEB 20,T
Put a cross-mark (X) opposite the name of each candi
date you wish to vote for in the squares indicated by the
arrow.
COUNTY BALLOT
Judge of District Court,
7thJudicial District?
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Judge of District Court, i
RepresentativeR. C. DUNNRepublican
RepresentativeANDREW DAVISRepublican
RepresentativeFRANK T. WHITERepublican
SheriffHARRY SHOCKLEYRepublican
Sheriff- County Surveyor
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7th Judicial District [CARROLL A. NYE-Democrat
Judge of District Court,
7th Judicial District)
Member of CongressCLARENCE B. MILLERRepublican
Member of CongressALFRED JAQUESDemocrat
Member of Congress-
Member of CongressDR. O. S.WATKINSPublic Ownership
State SenatorC. J. SWANSONRepublican
State SenatorWILLIAM A. RICEProhibition
State Senator
RepresentativeLOUIS HERMANSONProhibition
RepresentativeRUFUS P. MORTONProhibition
RepresentativeOLE E. TOLINPublic Ownership
Representative Representative Representative County AuditorW. C. DOANERepublican
County Auditor
County TreasurerOTTO HENSCHELRepublican
County Treasurer
Register of DeedsFRANK GOULDINGRepublican
Register of Deeds
Judge of Probate CourtWM. V. SANFORDRepublican
Judge of Probate Court-
County AttorneyJOSEPH A. ROSSRepublican
County Attorney
County SurveyorR. S. CHAPMANRepublican
Superintendent of SchoolsGUY EWINGRepublican
Soperintendeot of Schools
County Coroner
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COUD County Commissioner,
2nd District
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WOODWARD BROOK.
Louis Jones was a guest at the
Calendar home in Green bush last
Sunday.
Annie Anderson boarded the train
at Pease for Minneapolis last Satur
day morning.
Pete Draxten of Grove City was
here visiting at M. C. Thorring's a
couple of days last week.
Christ Gulberg, P. W. Jensen, Pete
Jensen and families attended the
silver wedding celebration of Mr.
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l0LE H. UGLEM-Repubhcan
EdSSI"' [ROBERT S. SHAW-Independent
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County Commissioner,
4th District
and Mrs. C. Sorenson of Bock last
Saturday.
Mrs. J. O. Halstrom returned on
Tuesday evening after a week's visit
with friends in Minneapolis.
Markie Newman and family of Min
neapolis are spending a few days
visiting Mr. Newman's parents.
Rev. Bolter of Minneapolis con
ducted German services at Christ
Minks' home last Wednesday evening.
Gust Johnson accompanied his
daughter, Ethel, to St. Paul on Tues
day for the purpose of consulting a
specialist in regard to the little girl's
eyes.
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
^RL M. SHOLIN-Republican
WM. E. TRUMBLE-Independsnt
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Capt. Bogardas Again Hits the Bull's Eye
This'world famous rifle shot who
holds the championship record of 100
pigeons in 100 consecutive shots is
living at ^Lincoln, 111. Recently in
terviewed, he says: I suffered a long
time with kidney and bladder trouble
and used several well known kidney
medicines, all of which gave me no
relief until I started taking Foley
Kidney Pills. Before I used Foley
Kidney Pills I had severe backaches
and pains in my kidneys with sup
pression and a cloudy voiding. On
arising in the morning I would get
dull headaches. Now I have taken
three bottles of Foley Kidney Pills
and feel 100 per cent better. I am
never bothered with my kidneys or
bladder and again feel like my own
self." Sold by all druggists.
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"Made-Rite" Night Robes 1
Every garment guaranteed in length and 2
sweep, made of good quality outing. 3
Ladies' white with roll collar, 60-inch $ 1 A =2
length, 84-inch sweep dlisfaV 3
Ladies' colored, tucked front, military $ 1 Efl 3
collar, 60-in. length, 84-in. sweep $1.35 & wlivll 3
Ladies' colored, military collar, 56-inch $ 1 f|f 3
length, 86-inch sweep vliUU 3
I Children's white outing 75c 3
Mens colored 50c |f
Mens extra heavy $1.00 3
F. T. KETTELHODT
|E Princeton, Minn. 2
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Going Out of Business
THANK the public for their liberal patronage
of the past 20 years, and hope for a continu-
ance of the same for the brief time that it takes to
close out my stock. Reductions are being made in
all lines. Below are some of the prices on groceries:
Spices, per pound 20c
Celluloid Starch, per pkg "Jc
Red Cross Starch, per pkg 7c
Stock Salmon, large can |3
White Drip Syrup, per gal 3Qc
Bengal Sorghum, per gal 5QC
Wild Rice, 2 lbs. for 25c
Olives, 20 oz. jar for 25c
The Princeton Boot and Shoe Man
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BYERS
Princeton, Minnesota
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The Shoe Bill is Big Enough
A^LT'HEN the money is as wisely spent as
it possibly could be it takes enough
money, goodness knows, to shoe the house-
hold without wasting any experimenting, be-
cause you are experimenting unless you are
dealing in certainties. Yes, there are such
things as shoe certainties. We can show
them to you any day. You are wise if you
deal in shoe certainties, and to do that you
have but to make a practice of coming here
for all your needs in footwear.
Yours truly,
Solomon Long
L. C. HUMMEL
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Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Both Telephones.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
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