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Fortify Against Colds
George I. Staples Is the only person who la
Mithorized to collect money due this office. In
svery case the party paying money Is entitled
'0 and should insist upon receiving a printed
-eceint. C.
DTJNH.ePublisher.. Nelson's photosRplease th people
New goods in all departments at
Byers'. 46-tfc
Louis Lessard made a business trip
to Minneapolis on Monday.
District court will convene in
Princeton on Monday, November 20.
Forest McVicar departed for Min
neapolis on Tuesday for a short visit.
R. D. Byers visited his friends, the
wholesalers, last week. His shelves
show it. 46-tfc
County Attorney Ross and Attorney
Dickey attended district court at Elk
River this week.
Misses Jennie Abbott and Rachael
Townsend passed Monday and Tues
day in Minneapolis.
A dance will be given in Markgraf's
hall, Brickton. nest Saturday even
ing Good music. Everyone invited.
Miss Florence Erickson of Wyanett
left on Monday for Minneapolis,
where she will probably pass the
The Princeton State bank makes
farm loans at the lowest rate. No de
lay, money ready soon as papers are
signed. 43-tf
Miss lara Sandquist of Estes
Brook was in Princeton on Friday
and the Union is indebted for a
pleasant call.
Those who take cold easily or have a tendency
to bronchial or lung troubles, should build up
their vitality and resisting power now with
M. M. Stroeter started on Monday
evening to make the rounds of his
pickle and sauerkraut stations for the
purpose of taking inventory.
The 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Conners of Onamia, who was crushed
last week by a falling tree, died short
ly afterwards as a result of the injury.
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist,
will be in town on Friday and Satur
day, November 17 and 18. Eyes ex
amined and glasses fitted. Office at
Commercial hotel. 38-tfc
Foreston's November market day
was a very successful one and the
merchants did a good business. F.
C. Peabody and F. F. Clark carried
off the prizes for the best ears of corn.
We have just unpacked a splendid
assortment of new violins, mandolins,
guitars, mouth organs and other
small instruments especially suitable
for Chiistmas piesents. Ewings'
Music Store.
According to the Breeze six more
desirable settlers have arrived at
Onamia. They are George and Chas.
Smith, Mai tin Covill, William, Frank
and Jos. Board, all of whom are from
Excelsior, this state.
Onamia has organized a dramatic
club. It does not propose to tackle
Shakespeare at the start but will pro
duce in the near future, "The Honor
of a Cowboy," a play guaranteed to
bring showers of bouquets.
R.exall Emulsion of Pure Nor
wegain Cod Liver Oil
This is a revitalizing tonic that builds up the
whole system and with special strengthening
action on the tissues of the air passages. Pleas
ant to take, prompt in results and guaranteed
to give satisfaction. Price $1.00,
Open Sundays from 9 a. m. to 1 9 m.
I-4-^ Of Interest
i The R.exall Druggist
Geo. Hurley's rutabaga, if an item
in the Foreston Independent is
authentic, has been outclassed by onefrom
raised by August Bloomquist which is
said to have weighed 31 pounds.
Geo. Hurley's weighed 29^ pounds.
There are now three teachers in the
public school at Wahkon, and the
Enterprise of that place says that if
the enrollment continues bo increase
as it has during the past nine weeks
a fourth teacher will be necessary.
This is undisputed evidence that
Wahkon is growing.
Two hundred ladies' trimmed hats
just received at Mrs. Belsem's milli
nery store. These hats are worth
from $5 to $7 each, and they will be
closed out at $2.98. Come early and
get the first choice. A full line of
fancy work, hair switches and orna
ments also carried in stock. Mrs. M.
A. Belsem. ltc
A^4-*- -T^J
Fur coats
various sources.
and ladies' furs at
Wanted, choice corn. Will pay a
good price. Call and see us. Caley
Hardware Co. 45-3tc
A photo taken at the Pyro Studio
speaks for itself. J. L. Payette,
Photographer. 44-tfc
The Dorcas society will be enter
tained by Mrs. Henry Avery next
Wednesday afternoon.
The Odd Fellows will give an invi
tation goose and turkey supper in
their hall next Monday evening.
George Williams, representing the
Duluth News-Tribune, was in town
soliciting subscriptions on Monday.
Kopp & Bartholomew carry anew
advertisement in this week's Union.
See what this enterprising firm has to
W. T. Kerr, state expert road
builder, came up from St. Paul on
Monday night and returned on Tues
day morning.
A hundred and seventy big game
licenses have been issued by County
Auditor Doane. This exceeds all
previous records.
Portrait enlargement at the Pyro
Studio The very latest finish. WQrk
guaranteed. Prices right. J. L.
Payette, Photographer. 44-tfc
A. DeLacy Wood, who died last
week in a Duluth hopital, was a
brother-in-law of T. E. Potts of
Lawrence. Mr. Potts attended the
Michael Mahoney alighted from the
train on Tuesday evening carrying in
one hand a gentleman's suitcase and
in the other a lady's. Has Mike
captured a widow?
A program and basket social will
be given in the school house of
district 10. Greenbush, on Friday
evening, November 24. Everyone is
tendered an invitation.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Howe and
John Howe of Richland Center, Wis.,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
Marsh. Michael and John Howe are
brothers of Mrs. Marsh.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johansen of
North St. Paul are visiting at the
homeofNels Wanned in Bogus Brook
township. Mr. Johansen is conduct
ing a dairy in North St. Paul and is
doing well.
J. M. Johnson, the jeweler, has
purchased a 60 horse-power Kissel
roadster. It is a very attractive car,
green in color, and it places Mr.
Johnson in a position where, if neces
sary, he can go some.
Several second-hand sewing ma
chines, ranging in price from $2.50 to
$12, for sale at Ewings' Music Store.
Would take wood in exchange to make
room for new machines which will
shortly be placed in stock.
Twenty-two cars of potatoes have
been shipped since the last issue of
the Union. This small number is
accounted for by the fact that a scar
city of refrigerator cars has prevailed
and still continues, which greatly in
conveniences the shippers.
Henry Newbert, who was sub
poenaed as a petit juror in the federal
court at Fergus Falls, was /aexcused
duty in consequence of his wife's
ill health. Mrs. Newbert is suffering
from heart trouble and her numerous
friends hope that she may recover.
Ben Soule, Ira Stanley, Fred Keith,
Ray Wetsel, O. B. Randall, Swan
Olson and Andrew Lindberg returned
on Monday from Bruno with a deer
apiece. Fred Keith and O. B. Ran
dall were the only two attacked by
buck fever, but they managed to get a
deer eachprobably from the Indians.
Moving picture shows will be given
at Brands' opera house on Saturday
evening at 8 and Sunday afternoon at
3:30, also on Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday evenings of
next week at 8 o'clock, with change of
program. As usual, the latest pro
ductions will be presentedpictures
that will please everybody.
Wild rice at Byers'. 46-tfc
Go to Mrs. Belsem's and get a $
hat for $2.98. ltc
Don't forget the Methodist bazaar
on December 6.
Mrs. J. M. Johnson passed Monday
in the twin cities.
Attorney Rolleff Vaaler was down
from Milaca on professional business
Mrs. A. S. Mark arrived here from
St. Paul last Friday and returned
this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schilling were
visiting friends in the twin cities on
Monday and Tuesday.
Verne Mott and Henry Balfanz re
turned yesterday from Bruno with a
nice, fat deer apiece.
Mrs. Christine Smith left yesterday
morning for Spokane, Wash., where
she intends to reside permanently.
Dr. Cooney has ordered a powerful
Stearns automobile of the latest
model, to be delivered to him in the
William Schmidt was in St. Paul on
business Monday. Bill is the
champion Prolific potato raiser in
this part of the country.
Louis Erickson and Andrew
Westling of Wyanett, returned on
Saturday from Brainerd and Duluth,
where they went on business.
Mrs. D. A. Craig and son of
Crosby, N. D., are visiting at Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. A. Coates.' Mrs.
Craig is a sister of Mr. Coates.
A shadow social and dance will be
given in the M. B. A. hall, Dalbo,
next Saturday evening. Ladies are
requested to bring lunch. Everybody
A. E. Allen & Co. this week adver
tise Thanksgiving specials which in
clude a carload of fancy apples. A
perusal of the ad will give you further
details. Read it.
The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E.
church will meet with Mrs. N. M. Nel
son on Wednesday afternoon, Novem
ber 22, at 2:30. A full attendance is
desired as there is work to be done.
Call at the Caley Hardware com
pany's store and see the fine line of
pictures, suitable for schools, churches
and homes. Come early and place
orders for framing before the Christ
mas rush.
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
The Kipp string quartet of Minne
apolis gave an entertainment in the
high school assembly room on Tues
day evening which was much appre
ciated by the large audience that
attended. Every member of the quar
tet was an artist of no mean ability.
In consequence of the collision of
two freight trains near Boyleston yes
terday morning the passenger was
Dearly five hours late. A car on one
of the freights took fire and was con
sumed. The track had to be cleared
of wreckage before the passenger train
could proceed on its way.
No, the football season is not
over in Princeton. Coach Goulding
is putting his has-beens through a
course of strenuous training and
Coach Doane is doing likewise to his
Terriers. These two determined
teams will enter into collision at the
fair grounds on Thanksgiving day,
and it is safe to wager that if you buy
a ticket you will get your money's
worthin fun.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cameron and
Mr. and Mrs. Hyndman of Wyanett
departed on Tuesday for a visit of a
couple of months to relatives in Hali
fax, Nova Scotia, Mr. Cameron's old
home. From there they will go to St.
George, Maine, and then return to
Princeton. Mr. Cameron has proper
ty in Halifax which he will endeavor
to dispose of while there. The
Union hopes that they may enjoy
their trip.
The great state of Minnesota ran
out of hunters' licenses for big game
last week and the auditors of several
counties were placed in a dilemma.
County Auditor Doane, however,
proved to be equal to the situation.
He wrote a number of certificates stat
ing the circumstances and gave them
to the hunters in lieu of licenses. Of
course he was taking chances and so
were the hunters, but the scheme
worked out all right.
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A couple of transients, who gave
the names of Emil Hanson and Albert
Nelson, were dragged into the bastile
on Tuesday evening by Marshal Post
and Sneriff Shockley for creating a
disturbance at the Riverside hotel.
Upon being searched a 32-caliber
loaded revolver was found upon each
of them, and a charge of carrying
concealed weapons was preferred
against them in Justice Norton's
court yesterday morning. In default
of furnishing bonds in the sum
$500 each they were held to the grand
We are also featuring unusual values in boys' suits
and overcoats, ages 4 to 17, prices
Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back
Mrs. George Mueller of Duluth,
formerly Miss Jennie Negard, was
visiting relatives and friends at her
old home in Santiago from Saturday
to Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Negard,
mother of Mrs. Mueller, left on Mon
day for Texas to spend the winter
with her daughter, Mrs. Gus Hagg
Daile Francis left on Tuesday for
Annandale for a few days' visit with
friends. Mr. Francis expects to re
turn to Saskatchewan within a few
weeks to increase his land holdings
there. He has sold his 80-acre farm
in section 31, town of Dalbo, to his
brother-in-law, Carl Dehn, who has
renting the farm. Mr. Dehn
grew 4,000 bushels of potatoes on 20
acres of this land the past season.
Otto Albrechb was brought before
Justice Norton on Tuesday morning
upon complaint of Emil Bandemer,
such complaint charging that de
fendant stole from plaintiff's pockets,
while sleeping at the Riverside hotel,
the sum of $33. Defendant admitted
stealing the money but waived exami
nation and was bound over to the
grand jury. The amount of the bonds
was fixed at $400 and friends went
good for Albrecht. Sheriff Shockley
captured the defendant as he was
about to leave town on a train.
There was a reunion of the Neely
family on the evening of November 8,
and those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Neely and six of their chil
dren, viz., William, Edward, Thomas
and Robert Neely, Mrs. Cora Whitney
and Mrs. Jennie Neumann. Guy and
George Neely and Mrs. Hattie Wil
lard were unavoidably absent. Tt
was a very happy gathering, and
those good old people, Mr. and Mrs.
.Robert Neely, enjoyed the reunion to
their hearts' content. A bountiful
supper was a feature of the festivities.
A Prime Bunch of Horses
A carload of horses, the greater
proportion young mares, have been
received at our barn and are being
sold at reasonable prices. They are
all young, sound native horses, suita
ble for farm work and general pur
poses. If looking for reliable horses
call at our barn and look over this
45-tfc King & Kaliher.
Apples, Apples, Apples
Am almost giving them away in rear
of Neely's harness shop. Have got to
clean these out as I have another car
Good cooking and eating
apples at $2.50 per barrel. I also sell
by the bushel. Geo. Neely.
OU Winter Clothes
Are Being Some, and There is a Reason
Now is the time to purchase your winter outfit These great
convertible overcoats are world beaters and really practical
overcoats. Our suits, too, are second to none. See our great
selection of Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats at
$10 $12 $15 $18 $20 $22 and $25
Warm Fur, Fur and Plush Lined Overcoats
in quantities, qualities and at prices that will surprise you. We have Coon, Dog,
Calf, Cabarata, Marmot, Kangaroo, and many other &IO Efl fft $7R flfl
kinds trimmed in a dozen different ways, from VlfcivU IU 1 UiUU
Don't forget to see our World Beaters in Sheep &M (J|| |A $TF flfl
Lined Coats, from 32 to 36 inches long, prices 940U l" I iUU
Warm, Heavy Wool and Fleeced Underwear, Great Sweaters, McKibbin Guaran-
teed Caps and Mittens, Extra Heavy Pants, Fur Collars, or anything else that
you may need in desirable winter wearables at minimum prices.
$2.50 to $8.50
Princeton's CIotHiers 3
No Mille Lacs County Taxpayer Can Afford
to be Without the Union
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The Avery Clothin
"Beach" Jackets
We are tho only ones who have the
"Beach" Warmback Coats, Jackets,
and Vests. See them. A surprise
for you.
All Fall and Winter Caps now in.
Scotch and plain effects. Can fit
any head.
25c to $1.50
Fur Caps up to $5.00.
'Hockey Caps Galore
Coat and Turtle Neck Sweaters in
all colars and weights. We have
the heavy athletic sweater at
50c to $6.00
M"i"t"M"i"H S"fr*!- .|.!fr.|H
Stag Shirts
Fosston and North Star Mackinaw
Shirts and Pants. All wool
The largest stock of Men's and
Boys' Underwear in town. All
styles and all weights. Two piece
and union suits. Per suit
50c to
500 Overcoats to select from. All
styles and models priced so that
any one can afford anew coat
$3.50 to $25.00
Make this store your headquarters for your fall and winter wants. This is
the one sure way of making your dollar go farthest.
The Avery Clothing House
I MAKE a specialty of repairing all kinds of com-
plicated watches and clocks. If you have old
worn out jewelry bring it to me and I will make it
like new on short notice. *gt
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