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HIGH-GRADE TOILET GOODS $ A Of Interest 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 tc and should insist upon receiving a printed "ecs^pt DUNN. Publisher. Nelson's photos please the people. Byer s' motto: "'Small margins and quick returns." 36-3tc Milaca vs. Princeton at fair grounds Saturday. Don't forget that Payette's studio is open every day. 22-tfc M. J. Brands went to St. Paul on business Tuesday. Rev. Father Levings made a trip to St. Paul on Tuesday. There will be a dance at Long Sid ing hall next Saturday night. The Rehekah lodge will give an in vitation dance in Odd Fellows hall on Hallowe'en Mr. and Mrs. John Wetter of Long Siding were visiting in St. Paul the fore part of the week. C. Wurst came up from St. Paul last Thursday to hunt ducks and is a guest of Henry Marpe. Mrs W. Miller and Mrs. Gilbert Shrode went to the twin cities yester day for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ness returned on Saturday from Foley and expect to remain in Princeton permanently. Miss Esther Chalstrom, saleslady at Nelson's, passed the first part of the week with friends the twin cities. O M. Warner, buttermaker at the co-operative creamery, was in St. Paul on business the fore part of the week. Mrs Lester Kempton and daughter, Alice, of Pease were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Verge Hatcher fiom Friday to Sunday. Wallace Sykes of Annandale has succeeded D. Auyer as editor, pub lisher, compositor and devil on the Onamia Lake Breeze. Rev Green of Minneapolis will lecture on socialism at the Metho dist church, Princeton, next Monday evening, October 16, at 8 o'clock. Miss Anna Sjoblom, who is attend ing St Benedict's, academy at St. Joseph, came home to see her mother on Friday and returned on Monday. P. C. Van Someren, clerk in school district 12, Bogus Brook, was in town to see County Superintendent Ewing on Monday and called at the Union office C. H. Nelson has made a great im provement in his store by the removal of the elevated platform in the rear and the erection of an office on the ground floor. Dr. J. Kothman, optometrist. will be in town on Friday and Satur day, October 13 and 14. Eyes ex amined and glasses fitted. Office at Commercial hotel. 38-tfc Ole Bergerson, one of the prosper ous farmers of Orrock, was in town last Thursday and called at the Union office to talk politics. Ole is well posted on current topics. Alex Stewart is down from Sask a toon, Sask., for a short visit. He says there was a good crop of wheat in Saskatchewan this year but much of it was injured by the early frost. 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 Joseph Borden brought to town from Charley Murray's farm at Green lake on Sunday a bouquet of straw berry blossoms. If meteorological conditions prove propitious Charley expects to have a second crop of strawberries this year. We endeavor to carry everything in toilet articles or preparations for which there is any demand. Our stock of these goods is large and the goods are of worthy quality. We afford abundant selection at rasona ble prices when Brushes, Soaps, Combs, Mani cure Articles, Bath Supplies, etc., are needed. We have also an unusual variety of toilet preparations and beauty aids powders, creams, lotions, etc. Open Sundays from 8 tn. to 1 C. A. JACK The Rexall Druggist ,rm Items Bargains at Byers' all the time. Payette's photos are better than ever. 22-tfc The Dorcas society will be enter tained by Mrs. Frank Campbell next Wednesday afternoon. The Princeton State bank makes farm loans at the lowest rate. No de Jay, money ready soon as papers are signed. 43-tf Mrs. W. H. Thielen is reported to be much improved in health, but she is still at the Mound Park sanitarium, St. Paul. Wm. Lipp & Co of Long Siding carry an ad in this number The *store at Long Siding is up to date in every way. Will Mahoney is now visiting rela tives in St. Cloud. He has not yet decided whether he will return to the mountains of Peru or not. Farmers in the vicinity of Cam bridge have been obliged to hire laborers from the twin cities to assist in harvesting the potato crop. Wallace T. Rines post, No. 142, will hold its next regular meeting in G. A. R. hall on Saturday, October 14, at 2 p. m. All members are expected to be present. W. E. Stout of Chicago is here on a visit to Mr. and "Mrs. H. L. Mathis. Mr. Mathis has promised to take him to a place where wild ducks do mostly congregate. Mrs. Harriet Harper of Milaca and Miss Stella Robinson of Brickton were pleasant callers at the Union office on Saturday. Many years ago Mrs. Harper was a resident of Prince ton. Milaca has 120 pupils in its high school and a total attendance of 459 in all the grades. This is a splendid showing for a town where a few short years ago there was not a single white inhabitant. The personal property valuation of Mille Lacs county as equalized by the state tax commission for the year 1911 is $530,990, Sherburne $468,791, Anoka $669,145. Isanti $700,831, Ben ton $652,098. John Townsend with one of his boys, is here on a visit from Willis ton, N. and will probably remain a couple of weeks. He is engaged in the livery Dusiness at Williston and is doing well. The Wahkon Enterprise man is col lecting garden and farm products for exhibition in his office window. Mighty good scheme. They can be transferred from the window to the cellar for winter consumption. A masked ball will be given in the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett, on Saturday evening, October 21. Prizes will be given for the best costumed lady and the man with the most comical attire. First-class music. All welcome. Rev. Ahl of the Princeton German Lutheran church is attending a con ference of the Ohio synod in St. Paul. Last Sunday he preached in Duluth. Rev. Ahl's wife and family are ex pected to arrive in Princeton on Saturday. The village commisison met on Tuesday evening but no business of importance came up for disposal. The minutes were read and approved, hydrants used for street sprinkilng purposes ordered repaired and a number of bills audited. The Modern Samaritans will give a series of card partiesone on the third Thursday of each monthdur ing the winter. The first party will be given on October 9 and everyone is welcome. Refreshments will be served. Admission, 10 cents. On November 6 at the high school of our neighboring village of Milaca an eighteen weeks' term of instruction in manual training, agriculture and business methods will commence. The girls will be afforded an oppor tunity to take instructions in cooking and sewing. The enterprise of the Milaca people is highly commendable. rj ,W, fe i =r Everythinrfor Men and Boys THE PRINCETON TTSTIOX* THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911. jCopyngbtea^nty The Methodist Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. S. M. Orton on Wednesday afternoon next. There will be lots of fun in the M. W. A hallj Spencer Brook, tomorrow evening, when the first masquerade ball of the season will be given. Anderson's orchestra will play and supper will be served. Mr. E. W. Cundy of Spokane, former county commissioner from the lake district in this county, made a flying visit to Princeton last Wednes day and was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Small over night. Mr. Cundy is meeting with good success in the west. Dr. McRae, Ira G. Stanley, S. Skahen and C. E. Hill, with dogs, guns, ammunition aud other things, started on Friday for Traverse lake to hunt ducks, and it is expected they will return with the legal limit as they are all good shots and aquatic birds are reported to be plentiful. Milaca's strong football team will be here on Saturday and engage in battle with its old-time foe, the Princeton eleven, upon the gridiron at the fair grounds. Every rooter in town should turn out and give our boys encouragement, as they will need it when they go against the powerful aggregation"from Milaca. William Cordiner was found not guilty by a jury of 13 in Justice Mal lory's court, Zimmerman, on Satur day, of the charge of being in the field with a dog and gun on August 3. It was not charged that he shot any game. A new law makes it a mis demeanor for a man to be in the field with dog and gun between August 15 and September 1. The case first came up in Justice Camp's court, Blue Hill, and a change of venue was taken. C. A. Dickey appeared for defendant. Kopp Sheep Coats ''World Beaters" in Mole, Whip Cord and Cor duroy Sheep-lmed Coats, 32 to 36 ins. long. 52 inch Ulsters, some with sleeves lined, at Hea-vy Sanitary Fleeced Heavy Wool Fleeced. 7 Wool, both plush backed and ribbed Union Suits in All Sizes. Sweater Coats In a dozen different combinations of color and style, something to keep you warm \t '-sty $* & Convertible Overcoats About 200 to choose from, of superior makes, fabrics and patterns. Get your pick early. Men's, in sizes 46 to 48, sell from $10.00 to $25.00 Young Men's, in sizes 32 to 38, sell from..$5.00 to $18.00 Boys', ages 4 to 17, sell from $3.00 to $10.00 Choice Suits A superb selection of hundreds to choose from. All new, snappy and desirable garments. Men's, in sizes 36 to 50 $10.00 to $27.50 Young Mens, in sizes 30 to 38 $T.50 to $22.50 Boys', age 4 to 17 $2.50 to $10.00 Fur Overcoats A splendid selection, including Coon, Calf, Russian Lamb, ^SSS^!!^.^^...M^ to $75.00 y=f^* Plush-lined Overcoats in a dozen dif- Sil 9 ^0 tA ^ft flfi ferent styles and trimmings iplZ/.t/U lU k])i)U.UU Also Fur-lined Coats which merit your attention. $4.50 to $7.00 $10.00 $13.50 $15.00 Underwear .25c and 45c 50c 7 5c to $2.00 45c to $5.00 The Evens Hardware Co. advertises the P. P. Stewart heaters and steel ranges in this week's Union. The Stewart is one of the very best makes on the market. Elmer Baselt, who is employed as engineer by O. Mitchell at Swanville, left on Tuesday for his home after spending several days visiting his mother, Mrs. S. A. Miller. An auction will be held on the farm formerly owned* by John Wetter at Long Siding on Monday, October 16, at 10 a. m. sharp. See particulars in notice published elewhere in this number. Expert state road builder, W. T. Kerr, is supervising the construction of a piece of road between Isanti and North Branch where crushed rock from the reformatory is being ap plied. It is needless to add that our Isanti friends will have a nice stretch of road to travel when the job is com pleted. After a sojourn of a month with friends and relatives in Spencer Brook Mr. Orville Clough departed for his home in Everett on Monday. Mr. Clough is part owner of a large shingle and lumber mill out there and is doing well. He reports ex Governor Clough as enjoying excel lent heatlh and getting rich fast. The wrestling match advertised to take place tomorrow night between Ben Hass and Ja ck Bell has been postponed to Tuesday evening, October 17. Bell is a heavyweight and is said to have thrown some good men in his class. Hass is in the welterweight class, but notwithstand ing this fact he can be depended upon to give Bell a hard tussle and it would not surprise us to see him de feat the big fellow. The match promises to be one of the best ever pulled off here. Kopp & Bartholomew Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back Princeton's Clothiers =1 iiiuuiuiuiiuuuiiuiiuuuiuuuiuuiiuiuuuuiuiiuuuiiuiutiuiiuiuiiiuuiuiuiiiiiuiuiiiiiiuiiuiuuuiiiuuuiuaiiiiiauiui mam*, Bartholome Headquarters for Men's and Boys' Fall and Winter Clothes Yes, our marvelous assortment of Men's and Boys' New Wearables is ready for your needs these crispy 1 days. Our stock embraces the choicest styles and fabrics direct from the country's best factories, and we are =1 in a position to offer you an unequaled assortment and quality of anything in men's and boys' wearables you 3 may wish and at minimum prices. v? v? i A Great Selection to Choose From at 1 mW' Copyrighted 1911 by Roheris-Wicks Co.' McKibbin Hats, Caps Gloves and Mittens Known and Sold the Country Over Extra Trousers For Fall and Winter, a fine selection of both wool and worsted, fi om. Shirts Both Flannel and Wool, in all weights and colors, for either dress or work No Mille Lacs County Taxpayer Can Afford to be Without the Union 25c to $2.50 $1.00 to $5.00 45c to $2.50 2 ^Ag|^N^^^^i^^^W^^ Clever Creations for Men, Young Men and Boys just received for fall wear. All Wool Cassimeres and Worsted Suits at $12.50 to 327.50 No one can show you a greater variety of fine clothing than we have on our racks. Prepare For Your Fall Wants Now The Avery Clothing House PRINCETON, MINN. I i 1 _-_-_-_- N -u_ fe,**1V.'