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Dorcas society supper at W. H.today
Ferrell's this evening.
W. G. McVicar left on Tuesday for
a few days visit in Minneapolis.
Next Monday the postponed term
of the district court will commence.
Mrs Abbie Pratt of Zimmerman is
up for a few days visit with Mrs. L.ad
Berry.
A. E Allen made a business trip to
Buluth on Monday and returned yes
terday.
August Thoma left yesterday morn
ing for Kansas City and expects to
be absent about six weeks.
The annual meeting of the Congre
gational church will follow the Dorcas
society supper at W H. Ferrell's this
evening.
For sale, cheap, a steel range, wood
heater and hand loom. Mrs A. Orr,afternoon.
Princeton 3-2tc
Roller skating every Wednesday
evening during the winter at the Long
Siding hall.
P. L. Roadstrom and Peter Ander
son were among the southbound pas
sengers on Tuesday.
The Rebekahs invite the public to
attend a social party at the I. O. O
F. hall tomorrow evening.
J. A. Smith of Zimmerman will
hold a cut-price pre-inventory sale
from January 20 to 31, inclusive.
The Princeton State bank makes
farm loans at the lowest rate. No de
lay, money ready soon as papers are
signed. 43-tf
Ewings' music store is offering
small musical instruments at 331-3on
discount Read the ad. elsewhere in
this number
Mr and Mrs Shuman Thompson
of Blue Hill left on Tuesday for Ohio,
where they anticipate making their
future home.
A splendid supper for 25 cents will
be served by the Dorcas society at
W. H. Ferrell's this evening from
5 30 to 8 o'clock.
Rev. Lundqmst was in Minneapolis
from Monday until last evening
attending a meeting of the Swedish
Lutheran church.
William Wresch has returned to
Milwaukee after an enjoyable visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Augtisement
Wresch, at this place
Miss Etta Sanford has been very
sick in Minneapolis from an attack of
la grippe and an abscess in one of her
ears. She is now on the mend.
Dr. Cooney was called to Dayton
last Friday to perform an operation
on a son of Fred Sachs ior appendi
citis. The doctor returned on Satur
day
For sale, 1,000 white oak fence
posts, three cows coming fresh early
in February, and one mare weighing
1,100 pounds. Apply to John Hass.
St. Francis, Minn. l-4tc
M. A. Belsem and Dr. Armitage
went to St. Paul on Tuesday to at
tend, as delegates from the Prince
ton lodge, the convention of the grand
lodge of Freemasons.
This evening, from 5:30 to 8 o'clock
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W.occasion.
H. Ferrell, the Dorcas society will
give a 25-cent supper and the public
is cordially invited to be there.
The Dorcas society was very pleas
antly entertained by Mrs. B. Soule
yesterday afternoon. There were
about forty ladies present and Mrs.
Soule served a very nice luncheon.
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Heat Relieves
Pain.*.
The best and handiest way to supply it is
with a hot water bottle. Headache, neuralgia,
pain in bowels or anywhere else in the body
may be promptly relieved by this simple, safe
remedy. Every home should contain at least
one
Hot Water Bottle
We can furnish the kind that gives long
servicethe real rubber kind. Worth the price
if only used for warming cold feet.
$1.00 to $2.00
Open Sundays from O a. m. to 1 p. m.
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C. A. JACK
The Rexall Druggist
Of Interest
from vertouB sources.
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George I. Staples is the only person who Is
authorized to collect money due this office ID
every case the party paying money la entitled
so and should Insist upon receiving a printed
receipt O DUNN Publisher
Nelson's photos please the people.
Wm. Ross made a trip to the twin
cities on Monday.
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District court convenes here next
Monday, January 23.
Wanted, a girl for general house
work. Good wages. Apply at i on
office. 3-tfc
The Dorcas Society will meet next
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. John
Hatch.
Jay Berg came up from the state
university last Thursday for a week's
visit at home.
Dennis Kaliher left for Kansas City
with 12 cars of seed potatoes
for W. Manke & Co.
W. C. Doane left on Tuesday for
St. Paul to attend the state conven
tion of oounty auditors.
Scrutinize the prices of clothing and
overcoats in Kopp & Bartholomew's
printed in this number.
A dance will be given at Markgraf's
hall, Brickton, next Saturday night.
Music by Bach and Ross.
Rev. Otto Strauch will preach in
the Swedish Lutheran church on Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock.
A good many loads of heading bolts
have been hauled to the Whitney
sawmill during the past week.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church will be entertained
by Mrs. Claire Caley next Wednesday
Remember that the Dorcas society
will serve a first-class supper at W.
H. Ferrell's residence tonight. You
are cordially invited.
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Tuesday, February
21. Eyes examined and glasses fitted.
Office at Commercial hotel. 4-tfc
Mrs. C. H. Rines, who was called
here from Minneapolis last week by
the death of her father, has been sick
for a few days but is now on the mend.
Joseph Schmitz came down from
Milaca on Tuesday to pay his taxes
and passed the day visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Bryson, his wife's par
ents.
A lady slipped on an icy sidewalk
First street on Monday and re
ceived a severe bruise. Clean the ice
and snow from your sidewalks Do
it now
An extra special sale is announced
by A. E. Allen & Co. for next Satur
day, January 21. A half-page ad in
this issue will give you fuller partic
ulars. Read it
Chas. King left on Monday for the
west to gather up a bunch of good
horsesif possible. Charley says
that good horseflesh is particularly
scarce at this time.
Don't miss A. E. Allen & Co's
extra special Saturday sale. Heavy
cuts have been made in many com
modities for this occasion. Adver
appears on page 6.
Harry Mott arrived here from Bald
win, Wis., on Saturday and returned
Monday. He says the hotel business
has been a trifle quiet lately, but he
likes his location very well.
One of the Union's brightest cor
respondents writes: I like the pol
icy of the Union inasmuch as it is
especially friendly to the farmers and
the working class in general."
A moving picture show and dance
will be given at the Long Siding hall
on Saturday evening January 28.
A pleasant time is assured those who
attend. Plenty of barn room for
horses.
Fred Lemke of Crown was in town
on business Saturday. His father, O.
J. Lemke, will hold his annual clear
ance sale from February 4 to 11,
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clusive. Prices are cut down for this
Some shipments of seed potatoes
are being made to southern points
and the local market shows more ac
tivity. Quotations given the Union
by buyers on the street this morning
were 95 cents for Triumphs, 45 cents
for Burbanks and Rose and 60 cents
forOhios. t*r
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TttB PRINCETON XX^IOM TH0^{)4 V* JANUABT 19, 19
Jan. 20
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Save money by buying your suit
or overcoat now at JKopp & Bartholo
mew's annual clearance sale.
Nelson's Photo Studio will be open
on both Saturday and Sunday, Janu
ary 21 and 22. Remember this, you
people who are hungry for Nelson's
photos. 3.2tc
News has reaehed here from Medi
cine Hat that Fremont Woodcock was
last week married ttfMiss Grace Kay
ser at that place. Miss Kayser was at
one time bookkeeper for the Caley
Hardware company. The Union
wishes them a life of happiness.
Dan Mirick and his brother, Will,
returned on Saturday from Foley,
where they have been working on theTuesday
interior decorations of the new bank.
is said that the embellishments s*re
first class in every particular. Dan
and Will are both good workmen.
On January 15 Mrs. M. S. Ruther
ford received a check for the insur
ance carried by her husband in
thehas
Maccabee lodge. The amount was
$2,000 and the application was sent in
on January 5. This shows that the
K. O. T. M. is prompt in the payment
of its insurance policies. 'H
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The Princeton Co-operative Cream
ery company will hold its annual
meeting at'Brands' opera house on
afternoon, January 31, at 1
o'clock. Officers for the ensuing year
will then be elected and other im
portant business considered.
OUR GREATEST ANNUAL
Suit and Overcoat Sale
Commence Friday, Jan. 20th
and Continues to Saturday, February 4th.
1350-Men's and Youn Men's Hig Grad Suits and Overcoats350
Reduceods from 25 to 50 Percent.
Opportunity to Clothe Yourselves and your Boys for Little Money. Why go ragged, shabby or cold,
when you can buy High Grade Suits and Overcoats for these prices. &
Take your unrestricted choice now of 350
MEN'S AND YOUN MEN'S
HIGH GRADE
$18, $20, $22 and $25 Suits Cl Afl
and Overcoats for. 5MRJ
$14, $15 and $16.50 Suits and 01ft CA
Overcoats for ilV.W
$10, $12 and $12.50 Suits and
Overcoats for
$8.50, $9.00 and $9.50 Suits
and Overcoats for
Sale nowgoing on
1100 HIGH GRAD E BOYS' SUITS and OVERCOATS 00
Ages 3 to 17, worth from $3.50 to $10.00 SALE PRICE $1.95 to $5.95
Now is the time, and here is the place, where your dollars will do double duty. If vou miss.it,
you miss it. But come, and come early while the picking is good. &
Kopp & Bartholomew
I PRINCETON'S CLOTHIERS
Mr, and Mrs. A. G. MeFarlaad of
Minneapolis arrived here on Saturday
for a visit wjth Mr. and Mrs. C. O.market
Moore and Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
Briggs. Mrs. McFarland returned
home on Monday and Mr. McFarland
on Tuesday.
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
reasons, we again are placing before the public the Golden &
$7.50
$5.50
Peterson Bros. will buy your
hides, furs, etc., and pay the highest
prices therefor. Bring them
to the building one door south of
Princeton laundry. Open six days a
week. 47.tfc
The teachers' examinations in Mille
Lacs county have been postponed
from February to May 4, 5 and 3,
when they will be held in the court
house, Princeton school house,
Milaca? and
schoolGuy
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So many people came to Nelson's
Photo Studio to have their pictures
taken last Sunday that Mr. Nelson
decided to stay over Sunday on
his next trip, too, which will be onheld
Saturday and Sunday, January 21
and 22. Hence there will be another
chance for those who did not getattend.
around last time. 3-2tc
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house, Onamia.
Ewing, Supt.
F. T. Kettelhodt has another page
of space in this week's Union
enumerating a lot of bargains for
his annual clearance sale which lasts
until Saturday evening, January 28.
During the past week Mr. Kettelhodt
had an exceptionally big run of busi
nesshis stre was crowded with
buyers from morning to night.
Annual Creamery Meeting
The annual meeting of the West
Branch Creamery association will be
in the school house of district 4
on Saturday, January 21, at 1 o'clock
p. m. AH'members are requested to
3-2t Andrew Larson, President:
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aid go,
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MARKET REPORT
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at the
time of going to press
POTATOES
95
[email protected]
Triumphs
Burbanks
Ohios.. Rose
'GRAIN, HAY, ETC.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern 98
Wheat, No. 2r Northern 'w
Wheat, No. 3 Northern 92
Barley [email protected]
Oats [email protected]
JJax -s "..!.!!2.' [email protected]
Kye... [email protected]
Wildhay [email protected]
Tame hay
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LIVE STOCK
Fat beeves, per fi 3C (S 4e
Calves, per a tc(3)5c
Hogs, per cwt $7*[email protected]$7.50
Sheep, per ft [email protected]
Hens, old, per a 8c
Springers, per fir. [y^
MINNEAPOLIS.
Minneapolis, Wednesday evening.
Wheat, No. 1 hard, $1.09 No. 1 Nor
thern, $1.08 No. 2 Northern, $1.07.
White Oats, 31c No. 3, 30c.
Rye, [email protected]
Flax, No. 1, $2.68.
Corn, No. 3 Yellow, 44c.
Barley, [email protected] &
Read Kopp & Bartholomew's ad.
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