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A good sized oven, nickel
trimmed, high warming clos
et, made of best cold rolled
steel Warranted in e\er\
P. P. Stewart
We wish to impress upon you
the importance of buying a P. P.
Stewart Heater. It will reduce
your coal bill, and give you more
heat than any other stove made.
We have them in different sizes
and styles from
We TMS.1I to advise vou that we have arranged with the Standard Oil
Co for a carload of Steel Barrels, which can be used for storage
tanks These barrels are for jour use and should last a lifetime.
When emptv, load on to jour vt agon, bring to town and we will fill
them with Perfection Oilthe Best Water White Oil on the market,
and you can get it nom us at anj and all times.
Read the Following Description
of the Steel Barrels
Mad^ from IK gauge STEEL, welded throughoutchimes reinforced
with inch uon bat 2 inch bung and inch vent plug in one end,
gahani/ed both in-id and outpainted black on outside. A inch
BIl VSS TJ VEIl FAUCET with each barrel. Take out vent plug,
sci en hi Ke and \ou have an ideal tank
One of These Barrels Filled With
One of These Barrels
Filled With 55 Gallons
of Perfection Oil for
Place our oider with us now. Tf you cannot come in, 'phone us
so we can set aside what you want.
Evens Hardware Co.
C. H. Nelson
Mcllhargey Hdw. Co.
J. C. Herdliska
R. D. Byers
A. E. Allen & Co.
F. T. Kettelhodt
Caley Hdw. Co.
Princeton Auto Co.
OPINIONS OF EDITORS
Too Fast a Pace for Davis.
We are somewhat surprised that
Congressman Davis of this district is
not "progressing" about the country
with his comrade-in-arms, Senator
Don't Talk Too Much.
If people only knew how much more
effective and becoming their silence
is than spoken words, when a sensi
tive friend is in trouble, a lot of
heartaches might be softened. Don't Organ
talk too much. Silence is golden.
News and Comment, Duluth News
Fabricate Testimon, iDB,oy
In the celebrated Briggs trial at
Clapp Sure to be Crowded Oat.
If Taft is renominated, and regard
less of the widespread opposition to
him we don't see how he can fail to
land the nomination, Senator Clapp
will then be in an awful hole. Clapp
is attacking the president so bitterly
that we can't see how the two can ever
ride in the same band wagon again.
The oddest feature of it is that Clapp
is likely to be the one crowded out.
Belle Plaine Herald.
Democrats Only show.
Eberhart, however, is more or less
discredited in some few parts of the
state, but not sufficiently so to prevent
his nomination. But a repetition of
the Dunn-Collins campaign might oc
cur. The pro- and anti-Eberhart
forces might clash to such a degree
that the losing element would throw
partyism to the dogs and turn in and
help the democrats elect their man out
of pure revenge. And that is the only
show the democrats have of electing a
governor in the next election.Red
Wing Daily Eagle.
F. E. Barrie's barber shop at Big
Lake was burglarized last week and
cigars and confectionery valued at
$100 carried away.
Dr. D. F. Dumas, indicted by the
United States court at Fergus Falls
for conspiring with Mike Davis and
Martin Behan to rob the postoffice at
Puposky, waived the reading of the
indictment and entered a plea of not
guilty. The case was continued until
the spring term and Dumas released
on $10,000 bond.
A formal charge of administering
the chloral hydrate found in the
stomach of Ole Kjormoe of Ronneby
has been preferred against W. H.
Peterkin at East Grand Forks, and
Frank Hawks, Peterkin's partner, has
also been held. Kjormoe was found
dead outside the back door of a
saloon at East Grand Forks.
The attention of loggers, timber
cutters and all people engaged in
clearing timber lands, has been called
to a new state law regarding the
burning of brush, tree tops and
timber slashings by the state forestry
department. Under the new law, it is
made a duty for every one cutting
timber for any purpose, to dispose of
the slash. This applies to people
doing any kind of logging, clearing
land for farms, cutting roads, etc.
World Wealthiest People
It is quite impossible to say who
are the eight richest men in the world.
Some of the Indian princes are enor
mously wealthy there are many
wealthy families in Europe whose
names are hardly known here. So
little of these fortunes are known that
comparison cannot be made. But in
the case of golden grain belt beers
there is an easy comparison and it
definitely known that their flavor, uni.
formity, quality and medicinal value
are excelled by no brew in the world.
Secure your supply of Sjoblom Bros.,
THE PBDTGETQy TJNKHST: THUKSDAT, NOVEMBER 23, lVuT^^^
All outstanding county poor war
rants and all county revenue warrants menced a term of school teaching
registered on or prior to November
18, 1911. should be presented for pay
ment at once. Interest will cease
within 30 days after date.
Dated November 23, 1911.
County Treasurer, Mille Lacs
County, Minn. 38-3t
The Riverside Hotel
Having entered into possession of
the Riverside hotel I am now pre
pared to cater to the people's wants
and solicit a share of their patronage.
I shall endeavor to give my patrons
satisfaction at all timesthe service
will be of the best. Try the^Riverside
hotel under its new management.
33-13tc Alex Simpson, Prop.
ffe^kred Holstein Friesian drunkenness
bull, Pride Junior De Kol, is for ser
vice at my farm. This animal is one
of the best in the northwest.
43-tfc F. C. Cater, Princeton.
t| Sunday and Weekday
Services will be held in Hope
church, Congregational church,
Princeton, on Wednesday, November
29. Evening prayer and sermon at 8
Sunday, November 26Morning
service, 10:30 subject, "Power."
postlude and prelude and
anthem by choir. Mrs. H. C. Cooney,
musical director Mrs. B. Soule,
organist. Sunday school at 12 m.
Evening service, 7:30 subject,
Minneapolis last week Bill Grimshaw orchestra
testified for the defense, but his story
must have been what the newsboys
call "raw," for Judge Hale ordered
the whole story to be stricken from
the records and told the jury to give
Mr. Grimshaw's evidence no more at
tention than though it had never been.
Choice." Anthem by
accompanied by Sunda school
The pastor will preach in the King
school house on November 28 and in
the Rust district on November 29.
Rev. Service will preach from the
following themes on Sunday: Morn
ing, "Tired People evening, "The
Question of the Pour." Sunday
school, 11:35 a. m. Adna Orton,
superintendent. Brotherhood class
at the close of the sermon. Epworth
league at 7 p. m. sharp. All are in
Prayer meeting on Thursday even
ing at 7:30. Come and hear the mes
sage. Choir practice at close of meet
ing. Mrs. Caley, leader Mrs. Ewing,
Bible study class Monday evening,
Miss King, leader.
Thanksgiving addresss by Rev.
Service on Thursday evening,
November 30. This will be a union
Next Sunday, November 26, morn
ing services will be held in Livonia
church, Zimmerman, at 10:30.
The Ladies' Aid society of Livonia
church will serve Thanksgiving
dinner on November 30 at 10:30 a.
at the home of Mrs. Gabrielson. All
are cordially invited to attend.
The Y. P. S. of Emanuel church,
Princeton, will meet on Thursday,
November 30, at 8 p. m. with Rev.
Lundquist, and at the same time all
members of Emanuel church, young
and old, are requested to partake of
a Thanksgiving dinner and partici
pate in Thanksgiving services. Bring
your friends with you.
August Lundquist, Pastor.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
Thank Jim Hill for his railroad.
This is the day set apart for prayer
It looks like old times to see so
much Hie and business on the streets
of our village.
Seven carpenters arrived yesterday
to reinforce the crew at work on the
From early morn till late at night it
is one continual rush at and around
the wheat elevator.
Some have reason to be thankful
today, and it would be mockery on
the part of some to give thanks.
Gus Townsend is visible on our
streets again. Good-natured, easy
going Gus spent the summer and fall
Will Townsend is back from Dakota
and is accompanied^by his better half
Will is one of the boys we are alwayi
glad to meet.
Herman Neumann is at work
Wm. Cordiner's blacksmith shop
Herman is one of the best horse
shoers in northern Minnesota.
The farmers are happy,
merchants are happy and everybody
is happy. Were wheat a dollar i
bushel they would be still happier.
Poor Al. Wentworth is "a rest'
and can no longer trouble the virtu
ous souls of the spotless politicians ii
the neighborhood of Spencer Brook.
We are pleased to note the familiar
face of Will Chad bourne, who is uj
from Minneapolis to spend Thanks
giving among relatives and friends.
Miss Minnie Sinclair has com
Baldwin and Miss Maggie Scanlan is
teaching in her old district in Green
It does our heart good to gaze out
of our sanctum window and note the
continuous stream of teams, loaded
with wheat, crossing over the bridge
on the way to the elevator.
The sleighing is pretty fair, but
there is a poor foundation for snow
in the woods. The lumbermen would
be glad to see the "beautiful" dis
appear until the ground is frozen
good and solid.
We have heard a good deal about
rough railroad men. There have
been hundreds of railroad men of all
grades in Princeton since April and
there has not been a single case of
much less disorderly
conduct, come under our observation,
and we have not been asleep all the
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F. T. Kettelhodt Can Supply It
No. 1 Cranberries, per qt |QC 3
Grapes, per lb. 10c, per basket 45 ~f
Grapes, per lb jj 3
Walnut Meats, per lb 5QC
Almond Meats, per lb 5QC
Mince Meat, per lb |0|c 3
F. T. KETTELHODT
$ We Pay Highest Market Prices for Butter and Eggs
Princeton, Minn. 3
Let Us Help You Figure It
If you are figuring on building, or making some repairs about the place, and
can figure out just the amount of material it will take and how much it will cost you,
come in and let us help you with it Right now woul 1 be a mighty good time to figure
on building, as we have a first-class lot of material at the lowest possible figure and
can save you money Whether it be a large or small amount we will give you the
right price and prompt service Get our prices before buying
CALEY LUMBER CO.
BENJA/1IN SOULE, Manager
We handle an up-to-date line of groceries. We have
also secured in trade a stock of dry goods which we are clos-
4. ing out at very low prices. We have some ladies' waists left
which are going at 25 cents and also some dress goods at cut
3 prices. Notions for less than half their regular prices. Give
us a trial. We are located in the Opera House Block.
i L. E. SVARRY, Proprietor $
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G. H. GOTTWERTH,
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.} Princeton. *\Jnn
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Ra Ftu- and Hides
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HUNTERS & TRAPPERS'? GUIDL E
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Anfmals. AH about Trappers' 8eeret8. DecVysJ Tra^e!^?^
tp trap, and to become a successful trapper/ It's a rei^l?iwX
To our customers. $1.25. Hides tanned intobeautiftif ob f&?MSS^2:.%P"2?-
Decoy attracts animals to traps. $1 00 TOrbottle gm^JwK
aad set behest prices. Anderach fomfifc^fffi^ffi^fag
The Union Gives All the News All the Time,
all other kinds of RAW PURS
1 for spot cash. 10 to 50% moremonev
to sell at home