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My big price reduction sale, which commenced on
January 10, is now on and everything in harness,
blankets, robes, etc., is being cut to the minimum.
All former sales records are being busted wide
open and the rush is on.
Goes harness, blankets and robes also anything I
handle in the harness line. Everything guaranteed (P
Wait for my big catalogue, which will shortly
be delivered to you, and then I will show you some-
thing new. Look for announcement in this paper i
later. Have your harness properly oiled for one 2?
dollar. Now is the the time.
The Harness Man, Who Has Served You Faithfully jL
A. C. SMITH
(Successor to G. H. Gottwerth)
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cuttle and Hogs.
Main Street, Princeton.
ijgTWill Photograph Anything, Anywhere at Any Time, Day or Night.
Clement's Photographs are as good as the best. He makes a business of 4"
photographing family groups at th ir homes. OJd people a specialty. Stock, buildings,
.j. etc. Send a post card to box 34 or call on me over Mark's store and 1 will be with you!
Post card printing. Bring in your negatives or films and I will print your cards for 5
centseach E CLEMENT, Princef Oil I
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton. Minn.
G. F. PALTHEN
(Successor to Anton Falk)
j. Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Hamm's Beer on Draught
Your Trade is Solicited*^ PRINCETON, MINN.
ARE THE BEST
Tell Who's Boss
The Stickney does nearly all the work.
Sells itself if you look it over, works so well
you can't afford to discharge it-Hired-man, chore-boy and master-
workman go when a Stickney gets on the job. There are 57 reasons why
Come in and see for yourself.
Peterson & Nelson
Peterson & Nelson Princeton, Minn.
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The Rev. Bernh. Salvesen of Min
neapolis will preach in the Swedish
Lutheran church next Sunday morn
ing at the usual hour in the Norwe
gian language. I the evening
Engilsh services will be held at 8
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Westman on Monday, January 20.
Rev. Strauch will preach in the
church in the German language at
3:30 o'clock next Sunday afternoon.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
The county financial statement ap
pears in this week's Union. I twill
be published two more weeks.
No trains or mail arrived at or
departed from Princeton from Wed
nesday night until late on Saturday
Seven Princetonians were snow
bound for several days in Minneapolis
last week. They reached home late
on Saturday night.
Dr. Tarbox was called over from
Elk River on Saturday evening to
attend Benjamin Soule, who was
quite sick. Mr. Soule is improving...
Jay Herdliska of Owatonna has
been in town this week visiting his
brother, Fred. Jay likes Princeton
and thinks of going into business
Dr. O. S. Canright has purchased
the north half of the Jot on which
the postoffice is situated,* upon which
he proposes to erect a neat office
Ed Whitney's temperance billiard
hall is the center of attraction for
the young men these long winter
evenings. I is better by far than
hanging around the rum shops.
Yes, it was the worst storm of the
seasonof ten years. Country roads
as well as railroads were completely
blockaded from Wednesday to Satur
day. No lives were reported lost in
Carl Ricke, an aged German, died
at his residence in the German set
tlement, this township, on the 13th
inst. Ricke was the man that Leib,
the fellow who was sentenced to the
penitentiary at the last term of
court, stabbed with a knife in the
fall of 1886.
Dr. O. C. Tarbox has finally decid
ed to locate permanently in Prince
ton, and will be here to remain on
or before February 1. He has rented
the suit of rooms over the Pioneer
Drug Store, formerly occupied by the
late Dr. Caley, and is having them
fitted up in splendid shape. We be
lieve there is a field here for a first
class physician, and for that reason
extend a hearty welcome to Dr. Tar
Clear out the roads at once. Never
mind the expense. If a bridge or
culvert was carried away by high
water in April it would be replaced
without delay. If the highways are
blockaded with snow they are just as
impassable as though they were mi
nus bridges and culverts. I is the
duty of the authorities of each town
to see that the roads within their
jurisdiction are rendered passable.
The town of Princeton has set a
KnickerIs Jones smart enough to
set the river afire BockerNo. but he
is smart enough not to get up to build
the fire himself.New York Sun.
Hokus1 will tell you, an operation
for appendicitis is no joke. PokusNo.
but if it were it would be a sidesplit
When men are friends there is no
need of justice, but when they are Just
they still need friendsJujj.-ArJstotle,
THE PBINCBTOy TJNIOJJT: THTfttSPAT, JAKTTABY 16, 1913.
Sunday, January 19Morning wor- Sj
ship at 10:30 subject, "The Makers
of Success a Failure." Sunday
school at 12 m. Evening service at
7:30 subject, "The Secret of
David's Confidence." A special
musical program is to be rendered:
Let all enjoy it.
The pastor will preach in the Oak
Grove school house at 7:45 p. m. on
Monday, January 20.
Next Sunday in the Methodist
church the pastor, Rev. Emerson
Service, will preach in the morning
on "Over the Line." His evening
theme will be "A Great Surprise."
There will be good music. Mrs.
Caley, musical director: Miss Walk
er, organist. A cordial welcome will
be given to visitors and strangers.
Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Mrs.
Ewing, superintendent. Brother
hood class at the close of the sermon.
Epworth league on Sunday evening
at 7 o'clock sharp Gertrude Bishop,
Prayer meeting Thursdav evening
3 qt. enameled coffee pot, OC%
reg. price 40c, our price. .Cvv
No- 1 heavy tubular
A good heavy dining chair, reg
ular $1.50, now sell- d4 Oft
Statements of Foley Citizens Are Al
ways of Interest to Our Readers.
To many of our readers the streets
of Foley are almost as familiar as
those of our own town, and we are
naturally interested to read of hap
piness there. The following report
from a well known and respected
resident will be helpful to numbers
of men and women here in Prince-
F. W. Huebner, Foley, Minn.,
says: "A year or so ago my back
was lame and I had rheumatic
twinges in my arms and shoulders.
At that time I took Doan's Kidney
Pills and they soon relieved me.
Recently I again procured a supply
of this remedy and it promptly rid
me of lameness across the small of
my back that had made it hard for
me to stoop or lift. I have also
recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to
one of my neighbors and in this
instance it did good work.''
For sale by all dealers or upon re
ceipt of price, 50 cents. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the nameDoan'sand
take no other.
Horn of the Unicorn.
The horn of the unicorn was reputed
instantly to reveal poison in a dish by
sweating blood, and great was the ri
valry as to the possession of the finest
specimen while this belief still flour
ished. Charles the Bold proudly pa
raded six, two of them eight feet long,
two six feet, two five feet According
to Benvenuto Cellini, "the finest ever
seen, which had cost 17,000 ducats of
the Camera." was the one for which
at the pope's command he made a de
sign, "the finest thing imaginable, mod
eled half on a horse and half on a
stag, with a very fine mane and other
adornments." Coryat speaks of the
one at St. Denis as about three yards
long, and Windsor had two of four
ells. The real "unicorn"' in many
cases seems to have been the narwhal.
Though their tools are few and crude,
the Igorotes are clever workmen. Some
of their axes, spears and shields show
a wild art all their own. The pipe
makers, too. turn out pipes of peculiar
and graceful design. One day I watched
the women^working in clay and turning
out kitchen utensils. Two, girls car
ried clay from a distant pit, while old
er women in the village worked it up.
Shapely urns and bowls are'molded
from the plastic clay and set In the hot
sun to dry. I did not see them bake
any pottery. They called these vessels
Heavy lamp, No. 2 burner, reg
ular 40 and 50 cent lamp, OEf*
A heavy and good rocker, regu
lar price $3.75, QC
our price ..^Iiivv
Evens Hdw. Co.
10-quart grey enameled
pail, reg. 40c, our price.
12-quart granite dish pan,
regular 45c, now
We Are Saving For You
We want to sell you that bill of lumber you are figuring on getting. No matter
how much or how little it may be that you want, of course you want ihe best and the
most you can get for the money. We've told you so often that we can save you money
on lumber and building material that it may be getting a little chestnutty to you. But
we are going to keep hammering away on quality and price Mil we convince you that it
will be to your advantage to buy lumber here.
CALEY LUMBER CO.
BENJAfllN SOULE, Manager
Horselow Blanketsneed be
actual value. You also
Now is tha time you need them and we have a. va-.S
I Sleigh Bells I
which we have in pleasing, silvery tones. 2
Harness oiled at $ioo a set. I
W All kinds of harness carried in stock. "5
The Harness Man
Heavy 6-quart blue and white
enameled stew kettles, OE**
5c and 10c Counters j
See our 5 and 10 cent 3
counters. Our 5 cent 2
counter is loaded down 35
with values worth 10 3
and 15 cents, and our 3
10 cent counter is over =5
loaded with values worth 3
15 to 25 cents 3
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