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Baby Foods of All Kinds ISTelson-^s photos please the people. Mille Lacs county fair September 11, 12, 13 and 14. Get your reseived seat tickets early for "Mysterious Smith Co." Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ferrell were visiting in Minneapolis on Monday. Mrs. Millard Howard and children returned on Monday from a visit to friends in Mora. Mr. and Mrs. R. W Fieei left heie on Tuesday e\ ening for Foley to pass a week with relathes. A dance will be gi\en in the M. W. A. hall, Spencer Brook, tomorrow evening. Good music and everyone welcome. On Friday, August 30, the Young People's society of the Swedish Lu theran chuich will meet with Fred and Cora Wergin. The ladies of St. Edward's church will serve ice cieam on the court house lawn on Friday, August 30. Everyone is welcome. The Anoka starch factory is open for business this week and advertises to pay fiom 30 to 40 cents per 100 lbs. for low giade potatoes. Next Wednesday evening, August 28, Miss Davies' elocution pupils and Mrs Sundt's music class will give a recital at Brands' opera house. Miss Lydia Pajne of Pine City, after a pleasant visit of three weeks to Mrs. Herbert Zimmerman, re-, turned to her home on Monday. The concrete foundation walls for the new armor} are being construct ed and work on the building will be' pushed along as rapidly as possible. Farmers, don't forget to save the best specimens of vour agricultural products for the Mille Lacs county fair, which will b* held in Princeton on September 11, 12, 13 and 14. Milaca business men have taken the Union's advice and are mak ing every effort to secure the location of a beet sugar factorv at that place. Hope they mav succeed in landing it. The Soo State bank of Wahkon has commenced excavating for a new building which will be erected this fall. Mam new buildings have gone up in the thrift\ little village of Wahkon during the past \ear. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Walters will conduct the luncheon room for the Minneapolis Biewing company at the state fair and immediately upon their return they will open a first class restaurant in this \illage. Don't iail to see the show, as it will be a treat of the season and comes to your cit\ as one ot the best recommended attractions on the road today. A Brands' opera house, Fri day and Saturday, August 30 and 31. Bill O'Malleyof Baldwin sajs that since the Union stated he wa look ing for a wife he has received nu meious letters from old maids with photographs inclosed. None of'the pictures, however, appeal to Don't let the child starve, give it nourish ment. Give it the food that agrees with it. Ask your doctor or ask us, probably we can assist you. We make a specialty of infant foocjs. From the variety we carry you will have no difficulty in selecting a food that will agree with baby. We can serve you with many other baby requisites that will save you time and trouble. Open Sundays from 9 an. to 1 p. m. C. A. JACK The Rexall Druggist ssrr.v.- various usreti George^I Staple" la (he 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 reoeipt. R, DUNH. Publisher. f"his fancy. '_ Before you start for Princeton^ to have your picture taken be sure I 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, lit his studio in Princeton. 32-tfc Kathio objects to the centralization of the Mille Lacs Indians in that township and has forwarded a protest to the government. The objection is made upon the grounds of public healththe residents refuse to toler ate a lot of diseased and filthy abo rigines in their town. Five, 10 and 25 cent goods a spec ialty at The Fair Store. ltc Orton & Kaliher's' new ad in this issue should interest you. John Jackson and daughter of Borgholm were in town on Monday. F. M. Penhallegon received by ex press on Monday a full-blooded Jersey bull calf. Olin C. Myron of Milaca has filed for the republican nomination for county attorney. No. 1 kettle-rendered lard, 11 cents per pound, at L. C. Hummel's meat market. Bring your pails 3-tfc Mrs. M. J. Eawn and daughter, Florence, left last week for a visit to friends in Austin,their former home. NextSundaj. August 25, at 3 p. m., Rev. A. O. Stiauch will hold German =eivice in the Swedish Lu theian church. Mis L. I). Larson of Glendorado was in town on Saturday to meet her sister who came from Minneapolis on a visit to lelatives. Mrs. A. J. Macdonald and son of Robbinsdale, who were guests of Miss Evelyn Tompkins for several days, returned home on Monday. Olson & Foltz will open a meat market on Main street, in the Foltz store, next week. Their announce ment appears in this issue. Last week Rev. Eugene Ahl, wife and family made a trip to Howard Lake and return with their team and greatly enjoyed the outing. Great nine-cent sale will be a spe cial feature at the new store on Aug ust 24. Values up to 25 cents for nine cents. The Fair Store. ltc Mrs. John Brennan and son, John, left on Monday morning for Minne apolis to spend a week with friends. John is taking his annual vacation. Miss Blanche Smith of Aberdeen, S. D., arrived here last week to visit Miss Grace Herdliska and other girl friends. She left for her home yes terday. Carl E. Eckdahl has filed for count} commissioner in the Third district, Ernest Moeger for register of deeds, and William V. Sanford tor judge of probate. Mr. and Mrs John McClure passed through here in their automobile on Thursday. They were on their way from Mille Lacs lake to their home at Stillwater. Unless politics warm up there will be an exceedingly light vote at the pumarj election in Mille Lacs coun ty not to exceed probably 25 per cent of the full vote. Next Saturday will be children's day at E. Nelson & Co. 's store. A that time all the little ones who call at the store will be presented with toy books and post cards. A. P. Jorgenson came down from Vineland last Thursday accompanied by his daughtei. Alice, who entered the Noithwestern hospital for a mi nor surgical operation. Mr. Jorgenson returned home on Saturday, leaving hi^ daughter at the hospital. Not finding a house in Princeton Mr. R. W. Freer, formerly of Prince ton township, has purchased a home in Milaca .from Postmaster Cravens. Mr. Cravens contemplates the' imberg, mediate erection of a handsome, r)new residence for himself and family. D. H. Bobbins, in a long letter to the Wahkon Enterprise on the condi tion ot the Indians at Mille Lacs lake, refutes in toto the statements made by D. H. McCuaig in a previ ous communication to that paper Let the merry war proceed. Dune,* you are next. A prolific crop of wfeeds is in evi dence on the tennis court and the posts holding the netting are begin ning to warp and tremble when the wind blows. The inclosure is alto gether too frail, and in all probability the storms of winter will transform it into a heterogeneous mass. Miss Myrtle Smith is here on a vis it from Minneapolis. Mrs. Berg was visiting friends in the twin cities this week. Miss Grayce Brennan is visiting relatives in the twin cities. Jack Van Alstein was in the twin cities on business this week. Clement, the photographer, went down river on business Monday. Carl Eckdahl of Bock was in town on Tuesday and called for a chat. E. Nelson was in the twin cities on business Monday and Tuesday. Buttermaker Warner turned out 110 tubs of prime butter this .week. Mrs. Erick Hylander went to St. Paul yesterday to visit friends for a couple of weeks. E. O. Sandboe returned on Friday from a visit to friends in North Dakota and Missouri. Robert H. King on Tuesday filed for the nomination for clerk of court on the republican ticket. Lars Nelson of glendorado was in Princeton on business Monday and called at the Union office Mrs. Fred Holm, who has been vis iting in Minneapolis, returned to Princeton on Monday evening. Work on the starch factory is pro gressing but it is not likely that it will be ready for operation this fall. A. E. Allen & Co. advertise their celebrated brands of coffees and teas this week. Advertisement on page 8. George Ross returned on Monday evening from a visit at Red Wing. His wife will remain there for a time. Mrs. Andrew Bryson and daughter, Nora, went to Minneapolis on Tues day to spend a couple of days with friends. Joe Armitage is enjoying himself in Minneapolis this weekattending the theaters and other places of amusement. Mrs. J. H. Decker and daughter, Eunice, of Melrose, Wis., are visiting Mi. and Mrs. O. M. 'Warner. They will return home on Saturday. Herman Emme of Bogus Brook has a capacious new granary in course of construction. I will be completed in time to receive his grain yield. In consequence of the inclement weather the game of ball advertised to take place between Princeton and Foley at the latter place was called off. The county board of audit, consist ing of F. C. Cater, W. C. Doane and Robert King, concluded its work yesterday and found the books of the officials absolutely correct. I will be in Greenbush next Sun day forenoon and at the Battle Brook school house in the evening. Everybody cordially invited to at tend our meetings. Wm. C. Achter kirch. Mrs. E. Kresal, mother of Mrs. Frank Smith, who has been very sick with pneumonia, is on the mend. Her son, Julius Kresal, and his wife, of Isanti were here to see her last Thursday. A few shaggy-mane mushrooms are making their appearance. If you run across any take them home and eat them. Mushrooms of the meadow variety are scarce this yearweath er's too cold. Frank Betzler will give a dance in his hall at Greenbush on Saturday evening, August 24 Good music. Anybody looking for a good time should be there. Plenty of barn room for horses. ltc Cards advertising the Mille Lacs county fair which were posted in the vicinity of the Dalbo store have been torn down and destroyed. The per sons who perpetrated so dirty a trick are obviously of very small calibre. 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. Payelte, Photographer. 20-tfc The Pyro studio. Mr. and M?s. Josephf Brands and children, who nave been visiting here for a couple of weeks, left' oVi Tues day for Elk Eftver, where theyii will spend a few days with Mrs., Brands' relatives and then return to Rose- Ore~- The tfiTion is glad to notice that the stretch of road between tiie Coates' hill and the East Branch bridge is being graveled. Pu on enough gravel to make a* good job of it. I is an improvement that the farmers will appreciate. r* Some pf the farmers of Wyanett township are complaining of the had condlifcon of a piece of road one and a half miles1* THE PRINCETON tfr*ION: THTOSD^Y, AUGUST 22 i912. 1 in length, expending from Tomlinson's to Miller's corner, in that township. They say th at the necessary money has been appropri ated by the town board and is avail able for the purpose of repairing that streteh of road but, for some reason ,or other, it has been neglected* Mises Hattie and Minnie Reimann spent Sunday at their home in Greenbush. Moving pictures tonight and on Saturday evening at Brands' opera house. Attractive new subjects. Rufus P. Morton filed last week for nomination as representative on the prohibition "ticket for the Forty-fifth district. J. H. Hoffman, the harness man, has purchased an automobile and thus becomes" a member of" the "higher-ups." Robert Clark has trimmed the trees on the Congregational church grounds and a great improvement has thereby been effected. The Woman's Relief corps will give a campfire dinner on September 6, to which all old soldiers and their fami lies are cordially invited. Dinner from 10 a. m.to2p. m. Miss Christine Fremstad of Minne apolis left on Tuesday for Zimmer man, where she will visit for a few days before returning home. She was a guest of Mrs. Amos Smith in Princeton for several days. Photographer Payette will be ab sent from his studio from August 29 to September 2. During that time he will be in attendance at the an nual convention of the Northwestern Photographers' association. 35-2$c H. T. Kettelhodt of New York city is visiting his brother, F. T., at this place and will probably remain a couple of weeks. He is much im pressed with the prosperous condi tions existing in this part of the country. Eleanor Smith gave a party last Thursday to six of her little girl friends in honor of her sixth birthday anniversary. Ice cream and cake were served and the children passed an enjoyable afternoon. Estelle Henschel won the prize in the guess ing contest. Charley McClellan, long before his death, made provision for the old dog which had been his companion for the past twelve years. He se cured a promise from his aunt, Mrs. Fannie Heath, that if he died before the dog she would caie for it the re mainder of its days. J. H. Bradbury, representing the Fort Atkinson Manufacturing com pany, called at the i on office yes terday. Mr. Bradbury furnished the equipment for the first creamery es tablished in Princeton over 20 years ago, This is the first time he has been here since then. Besides the show being guaranteed, "Mysterious Smith" makes many cash offers and prizes to anyone who can hold him with ropes, chains, loeks and handcuffs, including the police. Watch for coupon in next week's Union. Brands' opera house, August 30 and 31. Mr. and Mrs. Andersch of Minne apolis and sons, George and Harry, and daughter, Edith, will arrive to morrow to visit with the" Anton Betzler family in Greenbush, and Mr. and Mrs. Boeltcher of Chicago are expected onr the same day. Mrs. Boeltcher is an old friend of Mrs. Betzler. George Dunn, Denny Byers, Ar thur Granger, Miss Rita Byers, Miss Grace Dunn and Mrs. R. C. Dunn are camping at Blue lake and having the time of their lives fishing and boating. They made one of their biggest catches yesterday, when they hauled in muskies aggregating 85 pounds in weight. Professor and Mrs. A. S. Harding and family, who have been visiting relatives here for the past month, re turned to Brookings, S. D., on Tues day. Mr. Harding is professor of his tory and political science in the state agricultural college at that place. He visits his parents in Bald win township every six months. Max Cordiner, who has been here a couple of weeks visiting his parents and other friends, left on Monday for Minneapolis, where he will remain about ten days. Max is in the em ploy of the state grain inspection de partment and has been located, at Valley City. N. D. He now jexgeejts to be assigned to a post at Winofla. r-' i Ernest Sellhorn came up frojm Camp McCoy, Wis., with the. militia bo\s last Thursday and left on Mon day for Red Cliff, Alberta, where he !is manager of'4'"brick manufactory. H#says that A'. W.J Woodcock has -bought a farm ot 160-acres and is operating it.. He has,raised some splendid potatoes this season and obtained 75 cents per bushel for them. i A. F. McDermott, former passen ger conductor on the'Great Northern branch whiclf runs through Prince ton, has opened a real estate, insur ance and loan office in the Lincoln building, Minneapolis. Mac is, how ever, still holding down a job as con ductor on the main line of the Great Northern. He is an all-around good fellow, and we wish him success with his side line. With a feeling of pride we are now able to announce that g~- our fall goods are here. There are three reasons why you should inspect these charm ing styles and uncommon S^ values. First, the styles are exceed ingly new. Second, the quality is ex cellent. S~ Third, the prices mean money saved. *^^^^*^^^^i^*i^^ta**ta Farmers continue to complain bit terly of the miserable condition of that part of the Greenbush road within the village limits in the vi "Milaca" and "Mille Lacs" will be properly accentuated in the next edition of Webster's international dictionary, as the publishers have written the editor of the Milaca Times for the correct pronounciation of the names and, of course, the in formation was promptly supplied. Next Sunday, August 25, first sol emn holy communion of children will take place in St. Edward's church. High mass promptly at 10 o'clock. The church will be decorated in a special manner with flowers and ever greens. At 2:30 p.m., rosary devo tion, litany, sermon, enrollment into the scapular sodality and benediction with the blessed sacrament. No ser vice in the evening. Included in the minor field sports at the Mille Lacs county fair will be a fat man's race open only to those weighing 200 pounds or over, and some of the "hefty" boys have al ready commenced to practice for the contest. Every morning, between the hours of 5 and 6, Henry Newbert, Guy Ewing and Tom Caley may be seen sprinting through the back alleys puffing and steaming. Chas. Hoyt of Bemidji was shaking hand with old friends here on Sat urday ,,He had not been in Prince ton for seven years and was surprised at the many improvements which liave been made in that time. He came down with Chas. Kaliher of Elk River, whose wife is sojourning in Bemfdji sieeld!^ rf from hay iever. Mr. Hoyt says^that the botjh ^rsome disease is unknown there. The sign, *w to a," adorned L. E. Fox's automobile *the other day as he scorched about town, and when he discovered it he waxed mighty wratjh. "Here I have been a standpat repub lican for all these years," roared Fox, "and now Howard and Eawn haye tacked this gross insult onto my car unknown to me." And then, with an unprintable oath, he trampled the sign under foot. But the next day the boys replaced it and Fox was ten occasion. E Fall Announcement i foo*woHfti. an MCRT*WICKS a E A fine lot of suits priced at $20.00 and $22.50, gr but worth more. You must see them to be con- JE vinced. Others at $10.00 to $18.00. g: We much prefer showing you these things to g: telling you about them. Come. You will be just E as welcome a looker as a buyer. Everything for Men and Boys Orton & Kaliher The Home of Good Clothes ^iUUiiUUiiUUiiUiUiUUUUiU4UUUUUUiUitUUUUUUUUiU^ IIru~!_ ~I~II~I n_. You Are Cordially Invited to Attend the Anoka County Fair AT ANOKA, MINN. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sept. 18-19-20 cinity of Oak Knoll cemetery. Let us little money. On this opening- dav forego new street crossings in the vil lage until the approaches to the town are put in fair condition. times madder than upon the previous warehouse, 1 -IIIJ We are opening a new store in Princeton, and we eall it The Fair Store. Our aim is to offer you rare bargains at all times, big values for we will give you some great values at nine cents. Come and get your share of them. Saturday, August 24, at 10 o'clock sharp. The Fair Store. Charley Gaulier of Blue Hill in vites everybody to attend a dance in his new barn next Saturday night. He says he has engaged musicians who play instruments which will suit all nationalitiesthe Jews' harp and French fiddle, the German accordeon, the Scotch bagpipes, etc. Every thing will be free at this great open ing dance. Saturday was a busy day for the Princeton merchants. The heavy rain of Friday night having made work in the fields almost impossible, the farmers took advantage of the opportunity to come to town. There were scores of teams hitched on the main streets, and so great was the throng of people that the sidewalks in places were almost impassable. Princeton was indeed a lively place on Saturday. The boys of Company G, over 40 strong, returned on Thursday even ing from Camp McCoy, Sparta, Wis,, covered with glory and mud. The glory was achieved in their resis tance of a cavalry charge and repul sion of the enemy, and the mud ac cumulated in chasing the mounted men across a succession of swamps. Lieut. Bullis says that the boys had a splendid time besjdeat gaining much practical knowledge.. The military maneuvers approached actual^warfare as near as possible. 1 -j ^i Farmers, Take Notipe. I have made the necessary arrange ments to handle all the rye you "may bring in and will continue'tapay the market price. J. Wikeen, Manager St. Anthony & Dakota Elevator. Heady to Buy Potatoes. We are now ready to buy potatoes at the warehouse back of Neely's .Harness shop. Geo. E. Rice Potato Co. Bring in Your Potatoes. We have commenced buying for the season and farmers will find a market for their potatoes at our W. H. Ferrell & Co.