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Artistic Valentines
George I. Staples Is the only person who 1B
authorized to collect money due this office In
every oase the party paying money Is entitled
to and should Insist upon receiving a printed
receipt. R. C. DUNN. Publisher.
Nelson's photos please the people.
Mr. and Mrs. A.
Sunday in MiJaca.
Wanted, at once, three or four cars
of hay. Geo. E. Rice & Co.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Veal,
on Sunday, February 5, an 8-pound
son.
Don't forget the supper at Maccabee
hall on Wednesday evening, Febru
ary 15.
For sale, a quantity
Call at S.
furniture.
Princeton.
A. T. Anderson, the well-known
Spencer Brook contractor and
builder, called at the Union office
on Monday.
Miss Olson of Braham visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mallette and with Miss Hulda Buirge
over Sunday.
Minneapolis prices paid for hides
and furs at Hayes' fur house, across
from Evens' hardware store. Open
every Saturday. .ifcf
Peter Torell of Cambridge was cir
culating among his Princeton friends
on Monday distributing cigars on the
last addition to his family.
Be sure to attend the supper to be
given by the Congregational Sunday
school at Maccabee hall next Wed
nesday evening, February 15.
Michael Quigley, the railroad con
tractor, was here visiting friends yes
terday. Mike is a jolly old chapal
ways good natured and chock full of
stories.
By wireless from St. CJoud:
"Shaved off Mike's whiskers this
morning. Expect he will soon return
to Princeton on his Ma-honeymoon.
E. M. Thapman."
Henry Winsor of southern Alberta
was a guest of his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Winsor, ab,their
home in Wyanett, from Wednesday of
last week to Monday of this.
The full text of the two good roads
bills framed by R. C. Dunn and
passed by the house of representatives
last Thursday are printed on page 3
of this number of the Union.
E. A. Ross & Son have purchased a
new hearseone of the very latest
models manufactured. This firm
makes it a special point to furnish the
very best of service at funerals.
O. M. Warner spent a eouple of
days in the twin"cities during the past
week. 'Tis seldom that Mr. Warner
has an opportunity to get a day off so
busy is he kept at the creamery.
The members of the Congregational
Sunday school will serve a 2o-cent
supper at Maccabee hall on Wednes
day evening, February 15. Every
body come and get a good supper.
The number of cars of potatoes
shipped oub of Princeton from Janu
ary 1, 1910, to December 31 of the
same year aggregated 1,277, while
for the year 1909 the number was 987,
an increase in 1910 of 390 cars over
1909. These figures are accurate.
Each year more and more' attention is
given to getting out valentines of artistic merit
and this year we have a line that cannot be
excelled in that respect. They are not so ex-
pensive but that anyone can afford tHem, and
they are really worthy of sending or receiving.
Our line is all new this year and takes in
all the latest things in valentines.
Open Sundayi from 9 a. m. to 1 p. an.
C. A. JACK
THe Rexall Druggist
E. Allen passed
E. P. Gillespie of Cambridge was in
town on business Friday.
W. G. Fredericks made a trip to
Minneapolis on Monday.
of
A.
household
Cravens',
7-tfc
A public danee will be given in the
Blue Hill town hall on Saturday
evening, February 18.
The Princeton State bank makes
farm loans at the lowest rate. No de
lay, money ready soon as papers are
signed. 43-tf
About 40 tubs of butter comprised
the output of the Princeton Co-opera
tive creamery for the week ending
Monday.
Rev. Father Levings conducted ser
vices at Mora on Sunday.
J. A. Jetsinga, the Pease merchant,
was here on a visit Tuesday.
For sale, two cows,
this month. E. G.
Hill.
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Tuesday, February
21. Eyes examined and glasses fitted.
Office at Commercial hotel. 4-tfc
G. H. Grorud, photographer, and
family returned on Tuesday to Mon
dovi, Wis., from whence they came.
Mr. Grorud prefers a "dry" town.
Al. Giltner has resigned his posi
tion as clerk at the Great Northern
depot and will probably go baek to
work on the road as an express mes
senger.
A basket social will be given in the
school house of district 3, town of
Princeton, on'Friday eveinng, Febru
ary 17. Everyone is extended an in
vitation.
Boys: I want a good, husky boy
to work from now until next fall.
Will pay good wages to the right one.
Apply to Wint Barnum, Route 3,
Prineeton. 7-4tp
The village day electric service will
be furnished such people as desire it
on and after Tuesday next, February
14. For motors and flat irons call up
Supt. Randall.
For sale, a Pereheron Belgian
stallion, 8 years old, weight 1,450
pounds, brown in color. For further
particulars apply to Harold Van
A1stein, Princeton. 5-tfc
Lawrence Larkin of Renville arrived
here on Monday evening to visit his
sister, Miss Larkin, accountant at the
Caley Hardware Co's store, and left
for his home on Tuesday.
Peterson Bros. will buy your
hides, furs, etc., and pay the highest
market prices bherefor. Bring them
to the building one door south of
Princeton laundry. Open six days a
week. 47_tfe
Chas. A. Grow is removing the
ruins of the front portion of the
Princeton hotel and intends convert
ing the rear part, which was not so
badly damaged by fire, into a dwell
ing house.
Mrs. Erick Heylander returned on
Tuesday evening from a visit at
Brainerd, where her husband is em
ployed. Mr. Heylander was operated
upon for appendicitis in a hospital at
that place recently.
If you want to see the biggest auto
mobile value in the market call at the
Evens Hardware Co's store and see
the E. M. F. 30, 5-passenger car, for
$1,000. Price f. o. b. Detroit, Mich.
Guaranteed for one year.
Ben Pavelka, champion Bohemian
wrestler of America, and George Her
man of Wisconsin will grapple at
armory hall tonight. Both men have
records for skillful mat work and the
contest will no doubt be well worth
seeing.
Before you start for Princeton jbo
have your picture taken be sure it is
the first or third Saturday of the
month, as these are the, only days you
will find Nelson,,, the famous photo
grapher from Anoka, at his studio in
Princeton. 2-tf
Is Your Land for Sale?
We are beginning to receive in
quiries from prospective purchasers
and expect to bring in a number of
land buyers the coming season. If
you wish to sell list with us at once.
McMillan & Stanley,
Successors to M. S. Rutherford &
Co., Princeton, Minn. 7-tf
1
both coming in
Newman, Blue
1-tp
Several loads of logs and heading
bolts have been brought to Princeton
during the past week.
F. T. Kettelhodt advertises an odds
and ends sale of boys' clothing at
half price in this issue.
Wm. Bandimer left on Monday for
the northern part of the state to look
over the country with a view of buy
ing a farm.
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$ Men's and Young Men's Suits
and Overcoats
About 150 to Select From
$18.00, $20.00, $22.50 Values
at $15.00 and $16.50 Values
at
$12.50 and $13.50 Values
at $10.00 Values
at
.00 and $6.00 Grade
at.
.75 and $4 00 Grade
at. $2.50 and
at
.00 Grade
$1.50 and #1.75 Grade
at
20 Fur and Plush
Must
2 Dozen Neck Sweaters
at
Dozen Coat Sweaters
at
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Members of the Maccabee lodge
should not fail to attend the enter
tainment which is planned for next
Tuesday night and in which ill
should be interested.
Another of those popular dancejs
will be given in the Long Siding, hall
on Saturday evening,. 'February 11.
A good time is promised. First-cjass
music and plenty of ba room for
hor8es _j l-tc
A regular meeting of Wallace T.
Kines Post, No. 142, will be held at
the hall on Saturday, February 11, at
2 o'clock in the afternoon. All mem
bers are requested to answer roll call.
By order of
F. A. Lowell, Commander.
A. Z.Norton, Adj't.
Special Notice.
From now until the first of May I
will make the best four dollar photo
graphs for only $2.90 per dozen also
a great reduction in the price of other
styles and sizes. If you are wise you
will take advantage of this special
offer. Remember studio in Princeton
is open the first and third Saturdays
only of every month.
7tf P. J. Nelson, Photographer.
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Extra Pants S,
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Over 100 Pair at Yo lire*
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Furnishin^ a
.Half irrice
Secon Od dan End Sale
COMMENCES
Friday, Feb, 10and Closes Saturday,Feb. 2 51
ui^u auu udve xaiLen aavamage 01 our sun ana overcoat sale, and now for a general clean-up
of all Odds and Ends and tie Surplus of our entire stock. Those who attended our Odd and End Sale last
winter know what a great money-saving event to expect at this sale. You can't afford to go cold or poorly
dressed while opportunities like these last. All odds and ends must go regardless of cost. We start each season
with an entirely new stock. Here are a few sample prices, and there are plenty of others just as good:
Caps and Mittens Snaps
$1.25 Values
at
75c Values
at
50c Values
at
Underwear Bargains
Collin's Wool, $2.00 Values
for
L.50 Values Plush Wool,
for Ribbed Wool, $1.25 Values
for Heavy Wool Fleeced
for ion.Suits.
$2.00 and $2.25 Values
at
$1.50 and $1.75 Values
at $1.25 Values
at
A Off
85c Values
at
A red oak tree was felled on George
Degliaan's farm in Greenbush recent
ly from which was cut four sawlogs
12 feet long and 3 feet in diameter, 18
cords of stovewood and, to make it
more profitable, 24 pounds of honey
was found in the tree.
Mr, and Mrs. E. A. Boss departed
on Tuesday for Corpus Christi,
Texas, to visit their son-io-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stamm, for a
few weeks. That they may fully enjoy
their trip and benefit by the change of
climate is the wish of the Union.
Louis Young, better known as
"Doc," general.utility man for Henry
Newbert, is suffering from a stroke
of paralysis whitih affects the left
side. He is, however, improving,
and it is expected that he will be
around again within a week or ten
days.
Kopp & Bartholomew's odd and
end sale will commence tomorrow,
February 10, and continue until Sat
urday evening, February 25. An op
portuntiy will be presented at that
t4me to secure clothing, gentjs
25 Percent Off
Wool Shirt*
Sheep Coats, Fur and Piush Overcoats, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties and hundreds of
A other things ar going at a price while they last See yourselves.
PRINCETON'S CLOTHIERS
SQ&$SQS3SQQSQTOQSQQ3$SQQSQ$4Q$Q$Q$SQS$$$Q$$S$Q$QQS$
furnish-
ings, etc., at exceptionally low prices.
Bead their advertisement. -K
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85c
55c 35c
$1.45 $1.15
85c
35c
Boys' Suits, Overcoats and
Furnishings
Radically ReducedSizes 3 te 17
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
up to $10.00
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
up to $6.00
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
up to $4.50
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
up to $3.50
Boys' 50c Mittens
at Boys' 25c Mittens
for Boys' 20c Hosiery
for
$1.49 Boys'
for...
$1.29
89c 59c
Salee Now Goingfor On "Ktmig
Kopp & Bartholomew
Captain Caley has resigned as com
mander of Company G, M. N. G., to
accept an appointment as inspector of
small arms practice for the Third
regiment with the rank of captain.
Lieutenant E. H. Sellhorn is now in
command of Company G. An elec
tion to fill the vacancy will soon be
held.
W. H. Thompson, one of the pro
gressive farmers of Blue Hill, on
Monday evening received by express
from Excelsior a pedigreed Jersey
heifer. While Mr. Thompson has
some good dairy cows, he says his
purpose is to improve the grade of
his herd and that to do this he will
from time to' time introduce blooded
stock.
There are several sets of Aiton's
Cyclopedias at the music store. They
are certainly .first-class reference
books, and any library is not com
plete without them. Mr. Alton is our
well known high school inspector. He
has put out an excellent work with a
price within the reach of all. Call at
Ewings' Music, Store and see
them. 5-tfc
75c Wool Underwear
Boys' 30c Fleece Underwear
for
$5.95 $3.95 $2.95 $1.95
Several Boys' Overcoats at
Half Price
Boys' 50c Caps
at
Many Other Snaps fer
the Boys. See Them
MARKET REPORT
The quotations hereunder are thosb,
prevailing on Thursday morning at the-,
time of going to press 5
POTATOES
Triumphs
Burbanks Ohios
Rose
Wheat, No. 1 Northern 91
Wheat, No. 2 Northern.. *89
Wheat, No. 3Northern. *85
Barley \an*(ia
oats 21u&94
WW.'.'. [email protected]
*$.f\ [email protected]
Wild hay- [email protected]
Tame hay /JL4.50
LIVE STOCK
Fat beeves, per & -\(7hAo
Calves, per lb Zc&tL
Hogs, per cwt $7.66 $7.50
Sheep, per ft ScCMa
Hens, old, per &
Springers, per ft 'i^
MINNEAPOLIS.
Minneapolis, Wednesday evening.
Wheat jN-1 bard, $L02 No. 1 Nor-
^.WlS No. 2 Northern, $1.00
White Oats, 28c No. 3, 27c.
Rye,[email protected]
Flax, No. 1, $2.76.
Corn, No. 3 Yellow, 42c
Barley, [email protected] a .v.
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60 40
GRAIN, HAY, ETC.
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