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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, March 30, 1911, Image 8

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Sale Positively Closes
on April 4
Dress Good
We are making a special effort
to close out our entire line of
dress goods and the price is
cut to the core on every yard
in the store.
$1.00 to $1.25 values in brown
and black voile, sale GQf*
price per yd. DO"
75c values in black and
blue suiting, sale price
\&h Farm Fireside,
Gleanings by Our Country
T. M. Gibbs delivered stock at S.
Walker's in Santiago last Friday.
Odegard Bros, received their auto
mobile, a five-passenger touring car,
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Uran visited at
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson's in Blue
Hill on Sunday.
A. Knutson. Emil Anderson, T.
Olson and Clarence Stowe were
Princeton visitors on Saturday.
C. B. Dahl left for Devil's Lake,
N. D., last Friday. He expects to
remain there during the summer.
Abraham Knutson is back again at
shfs old post at the Santiago cream
ery. His friends are glad to see his
genial face again.
Melvin Stowe. Pete Thompson and
William Uran left for Aneta, N. D.,
on Tuesday. They will be employed
there during the summer.
Mr. Westergren returned last
Thursday from Illinois, where he has
sojourned during the winter. After
all there is no place like home.
John Pierson returned from the
lumber camps of northern Minnesota
on Saturday and is visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Strand.
Val Mott and John Duby are on the
sick list.
Mrs. Allie Mott went to Long Lake
last Friday.
Oliver Dibblee of Bruno is visiting
friends and relatives in this vicinity.
Sydney Schmidt left for Monticello
last Friday for a few days visit with
Mrs. Ed Larson of Wyanett spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chalstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hedstrom
of Dalbo spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Val Mott.
Mrs. Leon Annis and Mrs. Allie
Mott attended the old folks' concert
last Thursday night.
The Ladies' club met with Mrs. Wm.
Schmidt last Thursday. There was a
good attendance and all had an en
joyable time. The next meeting will
be held on April 6 with Mrs. Henry
Visitors at Ett Bockoven's lct^t
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Schilling and family, Misses Lena
All linen fancy waistings, O^/
sale price per yd Ofv
$1.50 value white brillantine
waistings, 44 ins. wide, QCp
per yard VV^
12|c values in fleeced ^ln
percales, sale price I T
10c values in dress ging- |llp
hams, sale price Q2^
15c values in silkeline, all
colors, sale per yd
Ladies', men's and children's
shoes that are made to wear
and fit like your footprint.
$2.50 values in ladies' fine
shoes, kid and gun 4*1 QTF
metal, per pair OliV I
$4.00 values in ladies' tan shoes,
kid and calf skin, A A
sale per pair LiUU
$3.00 values in ladies' patent,
gun metal aiid kid shoes, this
season's styles, sale A A A
per pair nCidO
$3.50 value men's patent, gun
metal and kid, wear O Tfi
guaranteed, sale price I
$3.00 values in men's fine shoes,
all leathers, your pick, 8% A
per pair ftivO
$1.00 values in child's
shoes, tan and black
$1.25 value child's shoes,
all styles and kinds, sale.
Manke, Marie Falk, Florence Chris
tianson, Mary Smith, Otto Manke
and John Gillman.
The basket social at the Schmidt
school house last Saturday night was
quite a success. The excellent pro
gram showed that the pupils had re
ceived careful training. There was a
large crowd in attendance and a
neat sum was realized from the sale
of the baskets.
Andrew Norgard left last Friday
for Coleraine, where he has found
Mary Jensen has returned from St.
Anthony, where she attended school
the past winter.
H. E. Jones left last Friday for
Grand Rapids, where he expects to
remain throughout the summer.
Alice Norman, who has been visit
ing her parents for some time, left
for Lakeview, Iowa, on Wednesday.
Hilda Anderson returned from
Grove City, where she has been visit
ing for several weeks, on Wednesday.
The Y. P. S. will meet at Peter Jen
sen's next Saturday evening. The
Ladies' Aid society also meets at
the same place next Wednesday.
A farewell party in honor of Miss
Alice Norman was given at her home
last Saturday evening. A large
number was present and a most
pleasant evening was spent.
Mrs. Mrs. John H. Teutz called on
Henry Uglem Saturday.
Miss Dema Liskey called on Clara
Sandquist on Monday afternoon.
Miss Minnie Blom has been dress
making at the Gust Anderson home.
John Wetter was down river for a
couple of days the first part of the
Leon Bergeron, jr., is visiting at
the home of his brother, Theo.
Miss Hulda Ramus of Princeton
has been visiting in this vicinity for
a few days.
Archie Taylor attended the basket
social in school house No. 3 on
Saturday evening.
Miss Amelia Japke returned home
on Tuesday from a very pleasant
visit in Zimmerman.
Lost, strayed or stolen, a black,
bobtailed bull dog. Finder please
return it to Martin Thoreson and re
ceive reward.
Harry Anderson, who has been em
ploy ed by Wolf Bros, at Estes Brook,
returned home on Monday. All are
glad to see him back.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Anderson and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Homme and family spent Sunday at
the Peter Oleson home.
The basket social given by the base
ball club was in every way successful.
After the baskets were sold a dance
followed and every one had a grand
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Anderson and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larson
and family, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Erstad and family passed Sunday at
the Ole Uglem home.
A birthday party was given at the
Ludvig Thompson home on Thursday
evening in honor of Tenny Thomp
son's ninetenth birthday anniversary.
Playing garres was the order of the
evening and light refreshments were
served at midnight.
Is Yoarliand 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
Shetland Ponies for Sale
Larson & Foley of Zimmerman
have a number of Shetland ponies for
sale at reasonable prices. They are
pretty animals and are all broken.
If looking for a Shetland pony it
will pay you to see them. 14-2tc
heed Oats for Sale.
Good seed oats for sale. Apply to
Mrs. James Dugan, Route 1, Prince
ton. 14-ltp
Bids Wanted.
The supervisors of the town of
Bogus Brook will meet on April 17
at 9 a. m., at Geo. Siebert's place in
section 23, for the purpose of letting
road work and grading on road run
ning north and south in sections 22
anl 23. At 1 o'clock of the same day
the board will meet at the town hall
to let a job for building a cattle pass
on Manne Ekstrand's road, south of
the steel bridge in section 16, and at
3 o'clock in the afternoon they will
meet at Vondell brook bridge in sec
tion 4, to let a job for rebuilding the
bridge on Vondell brook in section 4.
On April 18 the board will meet at
10 o'olock a. m. on the Pease road,
section 18, to let jobs for ditching
and grading a, road through sections
18 and 19, and at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon, of the same day jobs
for road work will be let on Robert
Trabant's road in section 34.
All bids accepted will require satis
factory bonds and the board reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
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Our sale has been a grand success from the start and will be even more so at the finish. Successful because we have made the 3
prices so low that the goods selL Successful because we have fulfilled every promise. Successful
because the crowds that visit our store are getting larger every day.
Only Four Mor Sale Days Left
to Do not delay until the last day and find what you were looking for gone. We are doing our best to please you by putting out new
bargains every day. We list below a few items that should interest you on account of the prices and values offered:
Ladies' Coats and
You can make no mistake to
take advantage of these extra
ordinary bargains.
Make a selection of any ladies'
cloth coat in the store. All this
season's styles and tailored
$25.00 values at $12.50
20.00 values at $10.00
15.00 values at $7.50
10.00 values at $5.00
$5.00 values in guaranteed silk
petticoats, sale 9 I ft
$1.25 values in taffeta and
moire petticoats, sale 79c
$5.00 values all wool Panama
dress skirts, blacks, 4 I E
blues and browns, sale WilO
Unclaimed Letters.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
at the postoffice at Princeton, Minn.,
March 27, 1911: Anton Boss, Miss
Minnie Peterson, Mr. Oscar Skoog
lun. Please call for advertised
letters. L. S. Briggs, P. M.
Farm For Kent
The T. J. Kelly farm, Zy2 miles
southwest of PiincetOHj for rent cheap
to the right party. Good dwelling,
barn, well and outbuildings. For
terms apply to Chas. A. Dickey,
Princeton. 14-tfc
A Stiff Price.
The highest price ever recorded for
barley in Minneapolis was paid yes
terday, when a car of choice malting
grade sold for $1.09 per bushel.
(First Pub. Mar. 30)
Order of Hearing on Petition of Legal
Voter to be Set Off.
Whereas, a petition signed by C.
A. Strom berg, a legal voter, free
holder and resident of school district
No. 26 in this county, with the ap
proval of the county superintendent
endorsed thereon,, representing that
he is the owner of the following de
scribed lands situate in said dis
trict, to-wifc: The northwest quarter
(nw^) of the northwest quarter (nw^)
of section seven (7), township 37
north, range twenty-six (26) west,
which lands adjoin school district No.
32, and asking that he, with his said
lands may be set off from said dis
trict No. 26 to said adjoining district
No. 32 for the following reasons:
"That the school in district 26 is,
he believes, not less than three and
one quarter miles from his residence,
while the school in district No. 32 is
about one mile and three quarters and
14-3to. Town Clerk.
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1I1 mi
his children nor any
l.iu hi neighborhood ever at
tended the school in district No. 26,
but have attended in district No. 32,"
was presented to the board of county
commissioners of Mille Lacs county,
Minnesota, at a session of said
board held on the 21st day of March,
A. D. 1911, for the action of said
board thereon.
Now, therefore, it is ordered that
said petition will be heard by this
board at the session thereof on the
25th day of April, A. D. 1911, at the
office of the county auditor in said
And it is further ordered that no
tice of time and place of suoh hearing
be given by posting a notice setting
forth the substance of the petition and
the time and place of such hearing in
one public place in each of the school
districts to be affected by said peti
tion and by handing to and leaving
with the clerk of each of said school
districts, personally, a copy of said
notice, at least ten days befpre the
time appointed for such hearing.
Chairman Board of County Commis
County Auditor and Ex-Officio
Clerk of Board.
Men's Furnishings
and Suits
We only have a limited num
ber of suits left and these will
be sold within the next few
days, so do not delay if you
want a good suit at your own
price. One lot fancy grey worsteds
that were sold at 9:50, ft ^J|
now to close out at 0 a I 0
One lot boys' wool cassimere
and blue serge suits, knicker
bocker pants, formerly sold at
$4.00 and 4.50, to close Ifi
your choice 0al9
$2.50 men's "Arrow Brand"
pants, plain and fancy mixtures,
made to wear,
sale price
Men's dress shirts,
to 75c, sale
values up
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Don't Let Anything
Keep Yon Away
Crocery Specials
8e Whole Rice,
per lb
10c Bar Mechanic Soap
8 Bars Swift's Pride Soap
10c Package Corn Starch
6 Bars Lenox Soap
10c Pkg. Pure Food Gloss Starch
15c Can Best Baking Powder
25c Pkg. Oat Meal
40c Grade Japan Tea
3 Boxes Blue Tip Matches
Clothes Pins,
per dozen
20c Can Fancy Red Salmon
10c Pkg. Quaker Corn Flakes
18c Can Sauer Kraut
18c Can Spinach
10c Can Red Kidney Beans
Large Can Good Catsup
Carload of Swift's Fertilizer
There are three kinds in the consignment, for Lawn,
Grain and Potatoes respectively. This fertilizer is
used extensively in the middle states and the east,
is absolutely no experiment and positively shows
splendid results on old and worn out ground. Special
rates on ton lots. j& j& j& j& j&
The Union Gives All the News All the Time
(Farm Machinery]
Van Brunt Disc Drills.
Moline Disc Harrows. 3
Moline Riding Cultivators. 3
Moline Riding and Walking Plows. 3
The genuineT. D. Mandt Wagon. 3
Henney Buggies. 1 3
Hero Fanning Mills. 3
3 L. Brand Harness. 3
E De Laved Cream Separators. 3
sE Come and look this line overthey are 3
right and so are our prices. 3
I Evens Hardware Co. I
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5c 'ft
25c kX
7 $.
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