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Than Your Doctor 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 to and should insist upon receiving a printed receipt. R. O. DUNN. Publisher. kelson's photos please the people. Mille Lacs county 11, 12, 13 and 14. Mrs. George Moore of Minneapolis is here on a visit to Mrs. Geo. Bock. Fred Mierke of Baldwin was among the callers at the Union office on Friday. Miss Clara Merlin of Minneapolis was a guest of the Misses Whiting over Sunday. Mrs. W. C. Doane and little son passed Sunday at the home ot Mrs. Doane's parents in Milaca. E. Nelson was in the twin cities on Monday and Tuesday purchasing stock for his big mercantile house. Hoffman carries a new ad in this week's Union which should inter est persons in need of up-to-date harness. A. E. Allen & Co. advertise new fall dress goods this week and will give a special advance showing next Saturday. Val Mott on Saturday purchased from the Bines Horse company a team of fine young mares, paying therefor $500. Attorney Earl Hatch and wife came up from St. Paul on Saturday evening to spend a week with rela tives and friends. Please take notice that Nelson's photo studio in Princeton is open on the first and third Saturday and Sunday of each month. 22-tfc F. T. Kettelhodt went down to Minneapolis on Tuesday to see how his son, William, is getting along with his business venture. Joe Townsend, Aithur Heath and John Anderson went to Elk lake on Monday to camp for a few days and experiment with a nsh diet. Mrs. Minerva Hixson and two chil dren are o\er from Cambridge visit ing her uncle, Mr. B. D. Byers, and will remain for several days. Next Saturday, August 3, the school board of independent district No. 1 will meet, fix the tax levy and elect a president, clerk and treasurer. The Woman's Relief association will meet with Mrs. Elmer Whitney tomorrow afteinoon at 2 o'clock. All members are requessted to be there. Wall Paper Samples. I have the latest and best the market affords and the prices are right. Estimates submitted on request. F. M. Pen hallegon. 24-tic F. F. Woodcock returned to Red Cliff, Canada, on Monday after a tew davs' visit with friends here. He has a fine position as superintendent of a brick yard at Red Cliff. Mrs. E. JKresal arrived here on Saturday from St. Paul and will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. Harry Claus accom panied her and will remain a week. Farmers, do not forget to preserve the best specimens of your grains and other agricultural products for the Mille Lacs County fair, which will open on September 11 and con tinue four days. Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Service left on Wednesday for Toronto, Canada, their old home, and will there pass a month's well-earned vacation. The Union hopes that they will enjoy themselves. Before you start for Princeton to have your picture taken be sure it is the first or third Saturday or Sunday of the month, as these are the only days you will find Nelson, the famous photographer from Anoka, at his studio in Princeton. 2-tfc- ---^a^^UsijfeSiiiMi^ It is your doctor's business to diagnose your particular case. It is his life study to keep in touch with human ailments and their cures. Therefore when you are sick, see your doctor and depend upon his skillful diagnosis. We fill doctors' prescriptions with pure, full strength drugs of guaranteed quality. Our compound ing is skillful and accurate. Let us fill your prescriptions. ^f ^f Open Sundays from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. C. A. JACK The Rexall Druggist A A A 4 4 litems *Bauleke's ^^*^^*^rM^%^WMWi Dressmaking done at by Miss Berndt. Dance at Long Saturday evening, welcome. fair September A. W. 32-2tp Siding hall next Good music. All ltp A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Johnson ot Wyanett yesterday morning. Entertainment at M. E. church next Tuesday evening. Admission 15 and 25 cents. Mrs. Paul Beto underwent a surgi cal operation at the Northwestern hospital on Monday. No. 1 kettle-rendered lard, 11 cents per pound, at L. C. Hummel's meat market. Bring your pails. 3-tfc Miss Dora Twist of Brainerd ar rived here last Thursday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ness. Mrs. Benj. Soule arrived home on Tuesday from Milaca, where ,for several days she was a guest of rela tives. Leonard M. Reed of Virginia ar rived here on Monday and is the guest of H. C. Harrington and family. Mrs. H. C. Cooney departed on Monday for Pasadena, Cal., where she will visit her parents for four five weeks. Mrs. Andrew Bryson and daughter, Nora, were in Minneapolis on Friday to consult Dr. Aldrich in regard to Nora's eyes. Read the advertisement of E. Nel son & Co. on another page and then call at the store and look over the bargains offered. The Haarmann Pickle Co. 's station has opened for the season in Prince ton and growers are requested to bring in their cucumbers. Tonight and Saturday evening up to-date motion pictures will be ex hibited at Brands' opera house. Hall kept cool by electric fans. A treat is in store for those who attend the recital to be given at the Methodist church on Tuesday even ing next by Miss Kathervn Da vies. Fred Manke is building a neat residence north of Martin Brands' home on Main spreet." Rumors are afloat that Fred will be married next fall. J. LaVelle will cive a dance in his hall, Blue Hill, next Saturday even ing. Music by Princeton orchestra. Supper in the hall. Everybody wel come. itp Miss Ida Koch of New Ulm was a guest ot Dr. and Mrs. McRae over Sunday. She will teach in the Princeton public schools the coming term. P. J. Binek of St. Paul, who was a guest of Dr. C. S. Neumann and family for a fortnight, returned to his home on Monday after an enjoy able vacation. Photographer Clement has an ex cellent display ot ait photography in his show window in the Newbert block on First street. The scenic views are especially good. A copy of the Harlem, Mont., News, the paper which Jess Angst man is managing, has been received, and it must be said that Jess is getting out a very good weekly. The boys' band gave a very enjoy able concert in the court house park on Friday evening and the ice cream social, given by the ladies of the Methodist church, was generously patronized. Orton & Kaliher, the clothiers, ad vertise their August reduction sale this week. During this sale big bargains will be offered in all depart ments. By reading their ad you will get an idea of the cuts in prices. There is no necessity whatever for people to wait until a certain day before they can have their pictures taken. My studio is open every day in the year. Remember that. J. L. Payette, Photographer. 20-tfc The 0 69 6 I I I or P#JQ Orton & kaliher's Store 1 studio. Clerk of Court King asks the Union to state that there is not an iota of truth in the story printed in an alleged paper that he is mar ried. "It is a pure fabrication," says Mr. King. Professor Marshall returned on Saturday morning from Hinckley, where he conducted a summer school. He says that the term was a very successful one, but there is no town in which he likes to live as well as he does in Princeton. WilliamGoodbau of Rogers, Minn., was here this week looking over the country and expressed himself as much pleased with the prosperous appearance of the village and with the agricultural conditions in this section. He will probably decide to sell his property at Rogers and to come here to reside. Men's Suits 250 men's suits, medium weight, good for any season, ff sizes 36 to 48, going as follows: Values up to $27.00 $19.50 Values up to $22.50 $17.50 Values up to $20.00 $u!95 ff Values up to $16.50 $IL50 Zj Values up to $12.50 $7.50 6) Values up to $10.00 $5i95 20 Men's Suits Here is a bunch of black kersey suits, $12 to $15, sizes 35-38, now while they last only Men's Shirts Soft collared shirts, with or without buttons in collar, assorted colors, any size. $2.00 values for $|.45 $1.25 values for 95c $1.50 values for $|,|5 75c values for 45c 45c and 50c men's working shirts only 38c Shirts without collars, all styles and colors, reduced O and 2 0 Percent Underwear Men's and boys' two-piece suits, balbriggan and porosknit, to go as follows: 50c values for 33c 35c values for 23c 25c values for 17c Men's and boys' porosknit union suits long sleeves, ankle length short sleeves, knee length any size, and at all prices: $1.00 values for 69c 50c values for 33c 25c values for |9c Men's Rockford hose, 10c values for gc Jk Boys'hose 9c Others at 4c AUGUST SALE Now for Princeton's Greatest August Sale.. In thus announcing this sale it is not our intention to draw you to our store to gaze upon blasted hopes and ruined expecta- tions. We find at the close of the season's selling a few short lots, and in other lines that we are overstocked. Cost will not be considered in our determination to clean up O all broken and overstocked lots. We must do this in order to keep a clean, up-to-date I stock of merchandise. Satisfaction or your money back. This sale will last from Thursday, Aug. 1, to Tuesday, Aug. 13 i worth from $4.95 & tfoys hose Other at 4 reg $2.5 0 and $3.0 0 values,-an size now SliOO We also have numerous other things that have not been mentioned, such as Suit Cases, Um a brellas, Cravenettes, Boys' Extra Trousers, etc., at 10 and 20 percent reduction. Everything on sale. Last Thursday evening a party was given in honor of O. B. Newton's birthday anniversary by his corps of clerks and the evening was enjoyably passed in social intercourse. Mr. Fewton was presented with a hand some gold fob as a memento of the occasion. Louis Larson, formerly of Prince ton, but who has been residing at Los Angeles for some time, called on old friends here last week. Mr. Larson was on his way to his old home in Sweden to visit relatives and will return to the United States in about three months. lADTAN SL KAI lUCDi ORTO N & KALIHER The Home of Good Clothes SSSSSSSSSS3SSS$3SSS3SSQ3S3&*gg33aSfrSSS3S&SSSSSSSaSSS& A beekeepers' picnic will be held at R. Krienke's, three miles east of Foley, on Sunday, August 11. Everyone come, bring your dinner and have a good time. J. E. Hughes. 2t Bargains that Merit Approval Young Men's and Boys' Suits 75 young men's and boys' long-pant suits, A ages 12 to 20. 2? Values up to $20.00 for only $13.50 Values up to $16.50 for $10.50 & Values up to $13.50 for $fl!50 (9 Values up to $8.00 for $4^0 W Boys' knickerbocker suits all colorsguaranteed in ?r every respect. Values up to $10.00 for $6.50 Values up to $7.00 for $4.95 Values up to $4.50 for $2.95 Values up to $3.00 for $L95 Men's and Boys9 Soft Hats The Famous McKibbin Hat. None'Better Made. $3.00 values $1.95 $1.50 values 95c $2.50 values $1.45 $1.00 values 69c $2.00 values $|.|5 75c values 45c 50c values 38c Extra Pants Snaps $4.50 values now...$3.45 A dance will be given in the M. W. A. hall, Spencer Brook, on Friday evening, August 9. Fisher's orches tra will furnish the music and supper will be served in the hall. Every body welcome. While closing a car door in the depot yards last Friday night Millard Howard received a painful injury to the forefinger of his right hand. Millard failed to remove his hand in time and, as a consequence, the door nipped off the top of his finger. Leon Whitney arrived here last Friday from Everett, Wash., for a month's vacation. Leon is now en gaged as kettle drummer and trap man at the Acme theater, Everett. He was accompanied by Geo. Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Moore of Princeton, who is engaged as a con ductor ron the Seattle street railway. Sizes 30 to 50 fZ $6.00 values now. $4.15 $3.00 values now...$2.15 & $5:00 values now...$3.95 $2.50 values now...$1.95 S3.A $1.50 values now 95c IOO Straw Hats at Half Price $2.00 values for $1.00 50c values for 25c $1.00 values for 5Qc 25c values for |Qc Stiff Hats Here is a bunch of brown and black hats, reg. $2.50 and $3.00 values,-any size, now. WT Your Greatest Opportunity to Save Money ~+m A Jhm i (i 7 !_ *=r i W. W. Fuller and wife departed on Saturday for the state of Oregon, where they expect to make their future home. The change of climate was made necessary in consequence., of Mrs. Fuller's ill health. Thomas Daily of Excelsior, Wfs., is a guest of J. L. Dawson and son of Greenbush. Mr. Daily is looking over the country with a view of pur chasing a farm and locating here. He is very much impressed with Princeton and the adjacent territory. Geo. D. Boggs of Elizabethtown, Pa., and daughter, Mrs. J. B. Eck hart of Webberville, Mich., who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Harding, left on Monday for a tour of Yellowstone park before re turning to their homes. They passed a very pleasant time at Mr. and Mrs. Harding's.