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A go od sized ove n, nickel
trimmed, high warming clos
et, made of best cold rolled
steel Warranted in every
Vens Hardware Co.
There is no machine on the market which is better
3 than a White or New Home. We always have a
good stock of both on hand.
assortment of popular sheet ET
Popular Sheet Music
1Z music, regular price 21c, now per copy O
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
I Ewings Musi Store
j Two Doors West of Postoffice
5anday and Weekday
Sunday, December 10Morning ser
vice, 10:30 sharp subject of sermon,
"Mysteries Revealed and Unre
vealed." Organ prelude and post
lude, anthem by choir. Mrs. Soule,
organist Mrs. H. C. Cooney, musical
director. Sunday school at 12 m.
Evening service, 7:30 subject of
sermon, "God Over All." Music
by young people's choir
If weather permits the* pastor will
preach in the King school house on
Tuesday evening, December 12,
in the Rust district on Wednesday
evening, December 13, and in the Jud
kins district on Thursday evening,
Rev. Emerson Service will preach
upon the following subjects on Sun
day, December 10: Morning, "What
Cannot be Helped Must be Endured
evening, "The Right Train." Special
music by the choir morning and even
ing Mrs. C. A. Caley, director Mrs.
Guy Ewing, pianist. Brotherhood
class at the close of the sermon. Sun
day school at 11.45 a. m., Adna
Orton, superintendent. Ep worth
league at 7 p. m. subject, "The Star
of Bethlehem leader, Myron Walker.
Public worship at 7:30 p. everyone
invited., Bible study class Monday
evenmg leader, Miss King.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society will meet at the Methodist
parsonage on Tuesday afternoon, De
cember 12. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
Prayer meeting Tuesday at 7:30
sharp in the lecture room. Every
body invited to the activities of the
Sunday school, 9*30 a. m. sermon,
10.30 a. m., "Why Advocate Christian
Schools- Text: Acts 2, 39. Even
ing service, 7pm text of sermon,
Rev 2, 12-17
The Luther league will meet in the
church tomorrow at 7-30 p.
Eugene Ahl, Pastor.
Next Sunday, December 10, morning
services will be held in Livonia
church, Zimmerman, at 10:30
August Lundquist, Pastor.
Isle Harbor has a farmers' club and
once a month the members meet and
discuss questions pertaining to their
calling. It is a good idea. There
should be more of such clubs
UNION? TSUMHAY, DEOSSKT,
TWEMTY-FHE YEARS AM
Wheat has advanced a couple of
centsNo. 1 hard is quoted at 67 cents
The streets of Princeton are lively
these days and the roads are in
splendid shape for sleighing.
Farmers continue to haul wheat to
Princeton from far and near. Some
of them come a distance of 28 miles.
Talking about hogs, A. C. Smith of
Greenbush killed one the other day
that weighed, when dressed, 624
The familiar forms of Dan Rolilns
and Nelse Allen, the two well-known
Minneapolis lumbermen, were here
Mrs. Plummer is clerking at the
Brick store and Andrew Umbehocker
and Hazen Cravens are behind the
counter at Byers'.
A force of eight carpenters arrived
here on last evening's train to work
on the new elevator and are quartered
at the North Star hotel.
Princeton people can now ride out
to civilization on the cars and are
They will have to go beyond the
confines of Elk River to get there.
Both the hotels have been crowded
to their utmost capacity for several
months past. If the Princeton hotel
keepers have not made some money
this year it is their own fault.
Hen Webster was in town last Satur
day. He was the first lumberman to
commence hauling logs on Rum river
this season and had 200,000 feet
banked last Friday evening.
George Taylor had the misfortune
to get kicked by an ox the other day,
and although he is quite lame he
manages to be around without the aid
of crutches. George is a gritty old
Two confidence men swindled seven
greenies out of five dollars each in
less than 20 minutes on Main street
Monday afternoon. The greenies
thought they could get ten dollars by
investing five, but they didn't. Never
bet on another man's game.
Seven were killed and several
in]ured in this state during the hunt
ing season which closed on November
Dr. Judd Goodrich, connected since
1896 with the surgical staff of St.
Luke's hospital, St Paul, died sud
denly at his home, 748 Linwood place,
shortly after 7 a. m. on Decembre 1.
The cause of his death was heart
Francis Marion Snyder, 61 years
old, first secretary of the Minneapolis
paid fire department, died on Sunday
night at his residence, 600 Eleventh
avenue S. E., and on Monday the
flags on all fire stations were placed
at half mast
The hunting season in Minnesota
for the year 1911 is closed. With the
exception of rabbits, bear and other
dangerous wild animals, everything
is protected by state law, and the only
amusement left for the sportsman is
fishing through the ice.
The St. Cloud Typographical union
is one of the few unions in the country
which, when called upon to con
tribute toward the McNamara defense
fund, refused. In speaking of the
action one of the officers said
"Whether it was due to intuition I am
at a loss to say. At all events,
sufficient number of members were not
convinced of the sincerity of the Mc
Namara brothers and they fought the
apportionment for them with spirit.
lix Up the Koads.
Dalbo, December 4, 1911.
Editor Union: You would greatly
oblige by publishing the following
It is almost impossible to go to
town on account of the bad roads,
They are so high, uneven and slant
ing that one team can scarcely pass
another without tipping. I therefore
suggest to my farmer friends that
they disk and harrow the road
alongside their property. Make the
road at least one rod wide. Most of
you can fix the road alongside of
your property by working three
hours. Try it, brother farmers. It
will greatly improve travel.
(First Pub Dec 1)
Citation for Hearing on Final Account
and for Distribution.
ESTATE OP AMANDA CATER
State of Minnesota County of Mille Las
In Probate Court
In the matter of the estate of Amanda M.
The state of Minnesota to all persons in
terested in the final account and distribution
of the estate cf said decedent
The representative of the above named de
cedent having filed in this court his final ac
count of the administration of the estate of
said decedent, together with his petition pray
ing for the adjustment and allowance of said
final account and for distribution of the resi
due of said estate to the persons thereunto
Therefore you and each of you, are hereby
cited and required to show cause, if any you
have before this court at the probate court
rooms in the court house in the village of
Princeton in the county of Mille Lacs, state
of Minnesota, on the 29th day of December,
1911, at 10 clock a why said petition
should not be granted
Witness, the judge of said court, and the
seal of said court, this 4th day of December,
1911. WM. V. SAmroBD.
[Seal] Probate Judge.
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The Arabian Nights.
The genii sat in his rocky chair,
And he winked his upper eye,
While Aladdin rubbed the lamp so
For another wish to try.
"What would you have, celestial
Quoth the genii. "Shall it be
A castle on the snowy Alps,
A palace o'er the sea?"
"No if you please," Aladdin cried,
"A thing I've wished for years
A hammock by a cool lake side,
And golden grain belt beers."
Get your supply of Sjoblom Bros.,
Will Find Everything New in Fancy
Embroidery Work at F. T. Kettelhodt's 3
The New Birch Bark Pillows g5
Combing Towels ic
42 in. Stamped Pillow Slips, per pair 75c
Brown Linon Runners 50c and 75c
Brown Art Lace Edging, per yd 18c
Art Linon, per yd g5
U-trac-it Pads, each J5C
Also Script and Old English Tico
I F. T. KETTELHODT
5~ Princeton, Minn. 3
Let Us Help You Figure It
If you are figuring on building or making some repairs about the place
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 woulJ 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 amonnt we will pive you the
right price and prompt service Get our prices before buying
CALEY LUMBER CO.
BENJAHItN SOULE, Manager
We Pay Highest Market Prices for Butter and Eggs
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
prices. Notions for less than half their regular prices. Give
us a trial. We are located in the Opera House Block.
I NORTHWESTERN GROCERY
L. E. SVARRY, Proprietor
6. H. GOTTWERTH,
Prime meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
Main Street, Princeton.
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Alain Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
All outstanding county poor war
rants and all county revenue warrants
registered on or prior to November
18, 1911. should be presented for pay
ment at once. Interest will ceas
within 30 days after date.
Dated November 23, 1911.
County Treasurer, Mille Lacs
County, Minn. 43.3^
Portrait enlargement at the Pyro
Studio. The very latest finish. Work
guaranteed. Prices right. J. L.
Payette, Photographer. 44-tfo