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The Princeton State bank makes
farm loans at the lowest rate. No de
Jay, money ready soon as papers are
signed. 43-tf
Ralph Claggett, who is taking a
course of instruction in a Minne
apolis barber college, was home over
A marriage license was issued on
Tuesday by Clerk of Court King to
John A Johnson and Anna Johnson,
both of Milaca.
Thomas Warren of Onamia was
here yesterday calling on old friends.
yiv. Warren has been a resident of
Mille Lacs county 45 years.
Herman Markgraf will give one of
his popular dances in his hall at
Brickton on Saturday evening next.
Ice cream will be served. Good
The exterior of Joe Townsend's
store has been improved by the appli
cation of a new coat of paint. Joe
believes in having everything about
him neat and clean.
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Friday and Satur
day, November 11 and 12. Eyes
examined and glasses fitted. Office ab
Commercial hotel. 41-tfc
Robert Shaw on Monday filed as an
independent candidate for county
commissioner of the Second district.
The petition contained 28 signatures.
Under the law 16 were required.
William Neely, who has been here
for a couple of weeks settling up his
business affairs, departed for Lemon,
S. D., yesterday morning. Bill says
he has a very good business at that
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
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hove, who
were married at Wyanett last week,
departed for their home at Stanhope,
Iowa, on Monday morning. They
were conveyed to St. Cloud by Frank
Goulding in his automobile and were
accompanied as far as that city by
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Roadstrom.
Coal, Coal, Coal
Best in the market. Soft coal from
$5 per ton upward. Get our prices.
43-2tc Geo. E. Rice & Co.
Handy Heat
For the cure of pain or the relief of cold feet
there is nothing so effective as a good hot water
One or two are needed in every home,
especially at this time of the year.
It pays to get good ones for the right kind
lasts for years. We have them at various prices
and in variety of sizes, but all are good and all
cheap at the prices asked.
The Kexall Druggist
A OI Interest
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i sources.
various sources
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. C. DUNN, Publisher.
Nelson's photos please the people.
M. J. Rawn was at home over Sun
Chas. King made a business trip to
St. Paul yesterday.
Dr. Cooney made professional calls
at Big" Lake on Sunday.
Kopp & Bartholomew have anew
ad in this number of the Union.
Wright's old-fashioned buckwheat
flour is pure. Wright wrongs no man.
Mrs. Viola Branchaud left yester
day morning for a visit in the twin
Harness made to order at J. H.
Hoffman's, Princeton. First-class
work guaranteed 35tf
Harry Shockley, jr., left on Tues
day for Minneapolis, where he expects
to remain a week.
Special meeting of village council
to appoint a successor to Recorder
Lenertz, resigned, tomorrow night.
Avoid the spring rush. Have P. M.
Penhallegon do some of your paper
ing and painting this fall. Rural
phone 42-tfc.
Mrs. Whittemore of Elk River was
a guest of Mrs. Wesley Page from
Friday evening until Saturday morn
|I^W|^W| W %^I
R. L. Bartholomew was at his home
here over Sunday.
Twin pestshouse flies and candi
dates for office. Swat 'em hard.
Basket social at Emanuel Swedish
Lutheran church tonight at 8 o'clock.
Wanted, at once, a competent cook
at the Ideal restaurant, Princeton.
Frank Timmer of Pease was among
the callers at the Union office on
Rev. George Stamm returned on
Monday evening from a visit in the
twin cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Mudgett were
visiting friends in the twin cities the
fore part of the week.
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Ben Hass went down to Minneapolis
yesterday to attend a convention of
wrestlers and jiu jitsu men.
Mrs. Frank G. Smith returned to
her home in Anoka on Saturday after
a pleasant visit with relatives here.
First-class moving picture subjects
will be presented at Brands' opera
house tomorrow and Saturday even
For rent, three large rooms on the
ground floor of my house, or will
rent the upstairs part. Apply to Mrs.
Everything in the harness line at
reasonable prices. J. H. Hoffman,
successor to Gillespie & Stoneburg,
Princeton. 35.^
Henry Newbert has purchased from
E. M. Farnham the building occupied
by Joe Townsend as a fruit store on
First street.
If you vote yes on the first two
amendments to the constitution and
vote no on the other four you will not
go far astray.
Put an after the word "yes" on
the first amendment on the little pink
ballot, and you will be helping the
cause of good roads.
Jess Angstman came up from St.
Paul on Saturday and returned on
Monday. He says he is getting along
first rate in the saintly city.
The only contests for county offices
in Mille Lacs county are for county
commissioners in the Second and
Fourth commissioner districts.
Have a share of your papering and
paint work done now. I have a full
line of wall paper samples to choose
from. Prices very reasonable. Dan
Mirick. 43-2tc
Large crowds attend the auction
sales exclusively advertised in the
Union. Everybody reads the
Union, hence an advertisement in its
columns brings returns.
Frank Judkins and Fred Heuss
were among those from Foreston who
called at the i on office on Satur
day. They came down to attend the
funeral of Mrs. A. T. Chisholm.
The Princeton high school football
team will play a return game with Elk
River on the gridiron of the latter on
Saturday. ^The Elk River boys will
have to go some if they defeat Prince
Joseph Larkln, brother of' Miss
Nellie Larkin of this pjace, who waswith
injured at Renville last week and is a
patient in St. Barnabas hospital,
Minneapolis, is reported to be pro
gressing favorably toward recovery.
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
George Phillips and R. Frontz of
Mineral Point, Wis., arrived here on
Friday to look over lands which they
purchased through M. S. Rutherford
& Co. 's agency last year. They own
160 acres east of town which formerly
belonged to C. H. Rines.
A. E. Allen made a business trip to
St. Paul on Monday.
Send for the illustrated catalogue of
the St. Cloud Business College.
Chas. Umbehocker was home from
the state unviersity over Sunday.
For purity of flavor u&e Wright's
pure old fashioned buckwheat flour.
Jacob Van Rhee was down from
Milaca yesterday on business at the
court house.
Serenus Skahen came up from the
state university on Friday evening to
attend the football game and returned
on Monday.
C. A. Jack, the Rexall druggist,
advertises hot water bottles in this
issue. He keeps the best grade
W. F. and L. R. Stanley arrived
here on Saturday from St. Cloud and
are guests of their brother, Ira G.
Stanley, and family.
County Auditor Doane has rented
the brick cottage owned by Mrs. Erick
Heylander and he and his family
will move into the house today.
The last half of real estate taxes
must be paid prior to Nov. 1, other
wise a penalty of 10 per cent will
accrue against the unpaid taxes.
Get your farm loan* at Princeton
State bank. Money on hand at the
lowest rate. Payment privileges
given to accommodate borrower. 43-tf
G. W. Jacobs of Spencer Brook
was a caller at the Union office on
Saturday. He was on his way to
Anoka, where he expects to spend the
The ladies of the Swedish Lutheran
church will give a basket social in the
parlors of the church this evening at
8 o'clock. Everyone will be gladly
Mrs. David Craig of Melrose, N.
D., and Mrs. O. K. Carlson of St.
Paul are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George A. Coates. They are sisters
of Mr. Coates.
The friends of Hon. Henry Mallette
throughout the county will be pleased
to learn that his condition has some
what improved and hopes are enter
tained that he may recover.
Are you looking for a high-grade
violin? If so call at Ewings' Music
store and examine the fine selection
displayed there. Every description of
musical instrument carried in stock
and the prices are right.
We have a couple of second-hand
sewing machines which we will sell for
$10 and $12 respectively and a second
hand organ for $19. They are gen
uine bargains for the money.
Ewings' Music Store
The Yeomen will give a masked
calico dancing party in their hall,
I. O. O. F. block, on Hallowe'en,
October 31. Anderson's orchestra
will furnish the music. It will be
strictly an invitation affair.
The auction sale at A. F. Wresch's
in Greenbush last Thursday was
largely attended and everything
offered, especially the live stock,
brought good prices. As an auc
tioneer Tom Kaliher is not slow.
A. N. Lenertz has resigned his posi
tion as village recorder and a special
meeting of the council will be held
tomorrow evening to appoint bis
successor. Mr. Lenertz will go to St.
Paul and conduct a grocery business
which he has purchased there.
Adon Whitney and family expect to
leave for Seattle on Monday and to
make their future home there. Miss
Edna Whitney will remain here until
January 1, when she will also gTt
the coast. Miss Emma Logan antici
pates going to Seattle in company
Miss Whitney.
Miss Margaret I. King entertained
the teachers of the Princeton schools
at tea on Saturday ^evening and, as
usual, demonstrated her ability as a
hostess. After tea an entertainment,
to be given by the teachers of the
Princeton schools, was planned for
the near future. Further particulars
will be published later.
The publisher of the Union does
not own, directly or indirectly, one
dollar's worth of interest in any store
in Princeton and never has. Further
more, every employe of the i
office is paid his wages in cash every
week and he trades wherever he sees
fit. He who asserts to the contrary
has no regard for the truth.
Mrs. G. H. Shaw of Chicago is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.blankets,
W. H. Ferreil and family.
George Neely left on Monday for
Red Lake Falls on business connected
with his potato warehouse.
Hon. Frank M. Eddy at Brands'
opera house, Monday evening, Oc
tober 31. Come, and hear him.
middle aged
Wanted, a girl or
woman for general housework.
Apply to Mrs. H. R. Mallette, Prince
ton. 43-tfc
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church will be entertained
by Mrs. R. M. Neely next Wednesday
The fall term of court
Monday, November 21.
convenes on
John F. Petterson made a business
trip to Minneapolis on Tuesday.
Next Saturday Princeton will play
Elk River on the latter's gridiron.
Vote yes on first and no on
fourth constitutional amendments.
Julius Yngve of the Union office
visited his parents at Cambridge on
A large stock of harness, fly nets,
etc., at J. H. Hoffman's,
Princeton. 35tf
Very little interest is manifested
here in Mille Lacs county in local,
state or national politics.
Don't overlook the cnstitutional
amendments. They are of far more
importance than the candidates for
Dinner will be served on election
day, November 8, in the basement of
the Methodist church by the Ladies'
Aid society.
F. T. Kettelhodt, in this week's ad
vertisement, calls attention to a new
1 line of night
and children.
robes for men, women
Tonight the Ladies' Altar society of
the Catholic church will serve supper
in Maccabee hall. You will get a
good meal if you attend.
Mrs. Albert Mueller of Sandstone
returned to her home on Monday after
a pleasant visit with Rev. and Mrs.
Strauch in Princeton township.
Mrs. Geo. Guth of Sleepy Eye and
her daughter, Emma, of Minneapolis,
are guests of Dr. and Mrs. McRae.
They are an aunt and niece of Mrs.
Mrs. S. E. Burlingame of Minne
apolis is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. F.
L. Small and Mrs. Cotton. She is
Mrs. Cotton's sister and an aunt of
Mrs. Small.
If you have paid only one-half of
your real estate taxes for the tax
year of 1909, be sure you pay the
other half before November 1 and
avoid the 10 per cent penalty.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carlson re
turned on Sunday evening from their
bridal trip and have taken up their
residence in the Kenfield cottage, re
cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
On Monday afternoon a horse,
driven by a farmer, stumbled on the
crossing between the Armitage and
Van Alstein corners and broke a leg.
It was found necessary to kill the
poor beast.
Sewell L. Hamilton and Mrs. Bertha
Pitmon were married at the court
house by Judge of Probate Sanford
on Monday afternoon. The witnesses
to the ceremony were County Attorney
Ross and Lawrence Snow.
Writing to the Anoka Union from
Los Angeles, Cal., among other
things J. Perley Sparks has this to
say: "Wish I was home long enough
to vote for our old friend, Bob Dunn,
not that he will be short of votes, but
for old time's sake. It is not so
many years ago, you and I repre
sented our wards at the state conven
tion, and our orders were nominate
Bob Dunn for state auditor. Expect
his motto will be when he gets on the
good roads committee next winter
'Mend Your Ways.'
Coal, Coal, Coal.
Best in the market. Soft coal from
$5 per ton upward. Get our prices.
43-2tc Geo. E. Rice & Co.
October 27th
Bowery Detective
6Feature Vaudeville Acts6
BrydonDog Circus.
Harry Birtch,Musical Artist
Billy Ireland, Clog Dancer.
Holt and Armstrong, Yodlers.
Dorothy Wood, Vocalist
Ladies Free Thursday Night
with each paid reserved seat ticket.
Prices 25,35, 50 ceats
Seats on sale at Averts store
Saturday morning. T*
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You'll feel spick and
span as well as cozy
and warm in one of
them and they are
guaranteed too in every
way. There are presto,
duplex and" combina
tion collars,
The latest
and best yet
Wear them either way
and have a different
collar every time
go out.
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mobile The resultn spelled
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It is a Pleasure
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
Also sheep-lined Coats
largest stock and low
est prices you have
heard of.
Mackinaw Reefers,
of all kinds.
Shirts in endless
styles arid qualities.
The Avery Clothing
Will arrive soon, but
we are here first with
a splendid assortment
of New Fashioned Overcoats
for men, young men,
and boys.
I A Good Old Fashioned Winter I
Prices from $7.50 to $25.0
Boys from $1.50 to $10.0
Also a full line of Fur, plush lined and fur lined
coats. See us before buying.
about to be smashed in the back by an auto-
Don't Believte Every Thins Hear. ]You
toer hils pail of milk
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Ads in The Union Bring Results.
P^ee to buy econom
rea y
there, believedo he heard the honk, honk. of nwhen
happens to tel you that they can give vou as good lumber
bargains as we can. you just look around before believing them Get our prices and
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ically, and that place is right here Quality and figures talk So get our prices.
BENJAfllN SOULE, Manager

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