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Old folks' concert at opera house tonight. Mrs. Guy Ewing was visiting in the twin cities on Monday. Attorney Vaaler was down from Milaca on business Monday. Lack of cows will make it necessary to have a nice pickle patch this year. 12-2fcc P. Li. Roadstrom was in Duluth on a business trip from Saturday to Monday. Mrs. G. H. Gottwerth left on Tues day for a day's visit with relatives in Minneapolis. Misses Hulda Buirge and Lola Scheen were visiting friends in Min neapolis on Monday. Attorney E. L. McMillan was in Minneapolis on legal business the latter part of last week. J. A. Erstad of Freer nas purchased a Ford automobile and intends to make the dust fly this summer. The members of the Methodist choir would like to see you at their old folks' concert in the opera house to night. Dry as it was last year, some people took as high as eighty and ninety dollars from an acre of Pickles. 12-2tc The Princeton State bank makes farm loans at the lowest rate. No de Jay, money ready soon as papers are signed. New Wall Papers for Your Home Will you paper this spring, and ha\e you any idea what sort of paper you will use? Come and see our superb stock and you'll get ideas in plenty. Our Papers Possess Unequaled Decorative Qualities and our careful buying insures you papers of superior quality and price ,r items "'fc* vriou sources. Seorge I. Staples Is the only person who is -lUtiborlzed to collect money due this office In svery oas,e toe party paying money is entitled ws and shou'd insist upon receiving a printed receipt R. DTHSH Publisher We have a rare showing of all the latest styles. There are papers here in all grades for all rooms, all new, 1911 goods. If you want distinctive, beautiful, artistic papers come to us. We handle the lines of the leading manufacturers Op en Sundays from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. C. A. JACK The Rexall Druggist 43"t You should not fail to hear that able and interesting speaker, Dr. Jor don, at the Methodist church next Sunday. Rev. Lundquist was in Minneapolis on Monday and Tuesday attending a district meeting of Swedish Lutheran ministers. A basket social and program will be given in the John Kaliher district, No. 53, tomorrow evening. Everyone will be welcome. A Lawrence was here last week from Nebraska. He has purchased the old Yotten farm in Bogus Brook but will not reside on it. T. Kettelhodt advertises anew line of corsets suitable for any figure. Ladies will find just what they want corsets at Kettelhodt's Dr Kothman, optometrist, will be in town on Tuesday, March 28. Eyes examined and glasses fitted. Office at Commercial hotel. 9-tfe In addition to the amount$1,000 voted by the town of Wyanett last week for road and bridge purposes $650 was voted to be worked out. The greatest musical attraction this year will be the old folks' concert, under the direction of Mrs. Claire Caley. at the opera house tonight. Thrity-three thousand seven hun dred pounds of butter was the output of the Wahkon creamery for the year 1910 and the farmers received over 9,000 for their cream. On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Sad ley's horse stumbled and broke one of its legs. The bone was so badly splintered that it was found necees sary to kill the poor animal. While there was not a large number in attendance at the dance given by the Modern Samaritans at the opera house on Friday evening, it was a very enjoyable affair. Supper was served in Maccabee hall. Show la AIWSTB a Good One Tomorrow and Saturday evenings a splendid program in motion pictures will be presented at Brands' opera house. Entirely new pictures and the best procurable. %"|%^^IIWV^W Get your pickle contract at the First National bank. 12-2tc Claire Caley was among the down river passengers yesterday morning. A daughter was born to Mr. and rs. John McMinn on Tuesday morn ing. A. B. Whitcomb came over from St. Cloud on Saturday and reurned Sun day. W. A. Butler of Little Falls was among the Union's visitors yester day. For sale, a single harness and single buggy, both nearly new. J. J. Skahen. i3.tf I will continue to buy furs up to April 15, the close of the open season Allen E. Hayes. 12-3tp Don't neglect to call at the First National bank and get your pickle contract for 1911. 12-2tc Wanted, a good strong boy or a man to work on a farm for the season. L. A. Parks, Route 4, Prince ton. i2-2tp B. H. Stay of Ronneby, who re cently returned from California, was a caller at the Union office on Tues day. For sale, a good work mare, or will trade for a fresh cow. Hans Ras mussen. Route 2, Milacasection 29. Bogus Brook. 13-2tp Mrs. Esser of Madison, Wis., who was visiting her parents, Mr. andcome. Mrs. G. Nachbar, returned to her home on Monday. Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, will be in town on Tuesday, March 28. Eyes examined and glasses fitted. Office at Commercial hotel. 4-tfc Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Carlson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo A. Coates and family from Saturday to Monday, when they left for St. Paul. Henry Schenk, who recently sold his farm in the town of Princeton, has purchased, through the Robt. H. King agency, the 20-acre Oakes place at Brickton. The Princeton fire department should receive a generous patronage upon the occasion of its annual ball at the opera house on April 17. The laddies are deserving of a large atten dance. Andrew Bullis is gradually growing stronger and is now able to take short walks about town. He does not expect, however, to be able to resume work in his wagon shop for three or four weeks If you are planning on new wall paper this spring let me save you some money on same. I have a strictly up-to-date line to choose from. Tri-State phone 199. 13-2tc Dan C. Mirick. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Larson and family of Peterson, Minn., arrived here on Monday and entered into possession of the Nyquist farm in Greenbush, which was sold through Robt. H. King. You are invited to a masquerade ball in the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett, on Saturday evening, April 1. Prizes will be given to the best dressed cpu-. pie and the couple attired in the most comical costumes. J. E. Thompson of Blue Hill has purchased the Commercial hotel busi ness from Aleckson & Nelson and will enter into possession on April 1. Until that time Mr. Aleckson will conduct the business. 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 Tomorrow and Saturday A. E. Allen & Co. will have their opening of spring goods, and a variety larger than ever seen in this village will be displayed. You should not fail to attendyou will save money and have a splendid assortment to select from. White Rock eggs for sale, 35 cents setting. Mrs. A. E. Hayes. Attorney Charles Keith was in the cities on professional business Mon- Miss Grace Dunn returned to Sisse to resume her school duties on Friday. Miss Ruth Mark came up from St. Paul last Friday and will return to morrow. R. L. Bartholomew arrived home a Friday and will remain for a upl of weeks. The Dorcas society will meet with Mrs. E. A. Ross on Wednesday after noon, March 29. Mrs. Alice Townsend and daughter, Rachael, are visiting relatives and friends in Minneapolis. Paul Quade of Bogus Brook was in town on Wednesday and made the Union a pleasant call. Mrs. A. C. Annis and baby of Wyanett have been visiting Mrs. Mil lard Howard for the past two weeks. On Saturday evening a basket social will be given in the Uglem hall at Long Siding for the benefit of the baseball club. Harvey Grimmer was over from St. Cloud on Monday in the interest of his business and brought with him that everlasting smile. For sale cheap, a pair of heavy horses, weight about 1,300 pounds apiece. Apply to Martin Anderson, Princeton. 12-ltp For sale, about 4,000 feet of dry lumber, mostly pine. Fifty dollars will take the lot. Gust Gramer, Route 1, Foreston. 13-2tp Cyrelle Belair, formerly of this vil lage but now a resident of St. Paul, was here renewing acquaintance from Saturday to Monday. Miss Agda Ostlund of Cokato, an experienced saleslady, arrived here on Monday to accept a position in A. E. Allen & Co. 's store. W. L. Hatch is able to be out of doors agaiD, but he is of course in a weakened condition and it will be some time before he can go to work. The men of the Swedish Lutheran church will serve an oyster supper at the Maccabee hall on April 7, begin ning at 3:30 p. m. Everybody wel- Mr. and. Mrs. A. E. Allen and daughter, Dorothy, left yesterday morning for Chaska, where the two first named will visit for a couple of weeks. For sale cheap, one team of horses, one 5 and the other 8 years old, weight 2,800 pounds. Also one horse 14 years old P. F. Malm, Zimmer man, Minn. ]_tp Look this up: The best 20-acre improved farm in Princeton for sale at a bargain. For full information write to Wm. Myfert. 2911 Oliver ave. N., Minneapolis. 10-4tp In this week's advertisement Kopp & Bartholomew call your attention to their new line of spring clothing. It will doubtless pay you to call at the store and see what they have. Scalberg Bros, have purchased a Buick machine through the Dowof agency. It appears to be a good running car and the boys are doing some strenuous practice work. I have a large sum of astern money to loan on improved farms at a low rate of interest and on liberal terms of payment. See me before placing your loan. Robt H. KlQ g- 11-tf You will miss an entertainment of much enjoyability if you fail to attend the old folks' concert which will be given at Brands' opera house by the Methodist choir, under the direction of Mrs. C. A. Caley, to night. Elvin M. Norby and Miss Alice Lindberg were united in wedlock by Rev. August Lundquist at the Swe dish Lutheran parsonage in Princeton on March 13. The witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neumann. The young people will make their home on a farm in Greenbush. Circulars have been received by ib officers of Company asking whether they were in a position to join-the re gular army on the Texas border, and Henry Marshall says he would have gonefhad he not decided to start a harness shop at Warroad and take up a claim in the vicinity of that. town. He left for Warroad on Monday. i A. P. Jorgenson of Vineland, who was operated upon by Dr. Cooney for chronic appendicitis last week, was able to be out of doors in the short period of one week from the time the operation was performed. He called at the i office a couple of times this week and says that he feels better than he has for many months although he is of course a trifle sore irom the effects of the operation. at Attractive Prices. "Jfeere will be music to suit the varied tastes of the public at the opera house tonightclassical and popular selections The old folks' concert promises to greatly surpass in excellence that presented last year. Mrs. C. W. Stark of Minneapolis, wife of the editor of the Minnesota Issue, is a guest of Rev. and Mrs. I. N. Godell. Garrett Stark, who came up from the city with his mother, will work for Alfred Orton this spring and summer. Mrs. Frank Smith went to St. Paul last Thursday to see her sister, Mrs. E. G. Waldhoff, whose left eye it was found necessary to remove in conse quence of blood poison. She is at Luther hospital. Mrs. Smith returned home on Friday. Invitations are out for the marriage Hiram J. Bullis and Miss Bertha N. Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Black. The ceremony will be performed at J. C. Whitcomb's resi dence on Wednesday, April 26, at 6:30 o'clock in the evening. I have started a boot and shoe re pairing shop in the village of Prince ton, north of Byers' store, where I will do all kinds of boot and shoe re pairing. When you have any repair ing in this line please don't forget the place. C. J. Johnson. 10-tfc. The slaughter sale at Mark's Great Bargain store will come to a close on April 1 after a very successful run. There are still a large number of bar gains left but they are going fast, and those contemplating making purchases should not delay. An advertisement in this number enumerates a tew of the snaps remaining. O. M. Warner, -buttermaker at the co-operative^ creamery, is well i [pleased because qf the marked im provement in the condition of cream being brought in. During the past week he has had to reject but a smali quantity, i rau(| he is confident that within a short time every patron will be convinced that it pays to bring in cream that is sweet. Suckers and redhorse were running up the Bum river in large number on Sunday and everybody who owned a spear was jabbing them right and left. Many who had no spears were also gathering in fishwading in the stream and catching them by thrust ing their fingers into the fishes' gills. It was great sport and several bar rels of coarse fish were obtained dur ing the day as well as some species known at this time of the year by the general name of short-tail pickerel. Spring Clot Clothing men and boys is our business. We have specialized this particular line of work and know how and are prepared to do it. This spring our store is filled with a mag nificent assortment of the country's best makes of Men's and Boys Wearables Here Are a Few Things of Interest Read them, then see them af your earliest con venience while the selection is complete. Men's Spring Suits Boys' Spring Suits Men's Spring Cravanettes Men's Spring English Slip-ons Men's Spring fiats and Caps $5.00 to $27.50 $1.50 to $10 $7.50 to $20 $4.00 to $15 50c to $4.00 Hats and"aps 25C $ .50 Hen's Spring Dress and CA A soft shirts OUCto$_ .UU Boys' Spring Soft Shirts nen's Spring Underwear.. Men's Spring Hosiery nen's Spring Gloves nen's Suit cases, Hand: bags and telescopes ARE READY A A 25cto $1.00 25cto $2.00 10cto50c 25c to $2.00 45c to $10 K0PP& OLOME 5? Princeton's ClotHiers /a Everything for Men and Boys. Your money's worth or your money friends Harks 4"l"1'4"t"^-^-i"-'t'-M-*-4~8-i. 1111111 1 PRINCETON, MINN. J- JOHNSON JEWELER I MAKE a specialty of repairing all kinds of com- plicated watches and clocks. If W i **t***m0mm* ALL OVER- COATS SOLD AT OFF TO Close Out Clothing House Mitf Mi.1,184.108.40.206.4. t, yo worn ctut jewelry bring it to me and I will make it I like new on short notice. ^r i.tittirt,,,..t No Mille Lacs County Taxpayer Can Afford to be Without the Union I have old, TT|||nnn)1||||