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Men's wool mittens, KQf*
regular price 75c wOv
Men's leather mittens, QQfi
regular price 50c Owv
Men's leather mittens, 4*1 I
regular price $1.50.. lIO
Brown, English style, regular
price $9.00, ^#J Cft
Brown, English style, regular
price $7.00, d*E Ef|
Felt shoes with leather bottoms,
regular price $5.00, d*Q Tti
special wOm 1 3
One lot of work shoes, &A
values up to $7, special OliVV
Men's heavy two-piece fleeced
DISTRICT NO. 50
Allen Heath left last week for Buf
falo, Wyo., to visit his daughter, Mrs.
Edgar and Clara Anderson spent
Sunday with her parents, returning to
their home in Blue Hill the same day.
3erry Healy and Art. Campbell went
-to the la*ke country on Sunday.
Selmer Egge returned the last of the
week from his trip to Fosston.
A number of young people from this
vicinity attended the New Year's
dance at Princeton. All reported a
'Two months more and. spring will
he here, and none are ready for it, as
T&euben Norberg is expected home
^tram Breckenridge, where he has been
working the past month.
A party of young people were in
vited out to the Martin Madson home
to partake of a New Year's dinner.
'JThey had a fine time.
Archie Lambert spent several days
jhere last week visiting friends and old
:acquaintances. He returned to the
^cities n Tuesday.
TVtrs. Gunder Gunderson and sister,
Gertrude Egge, were Baldwin visitors
Friday, returning to Milaca on
Erick Erickson left on Monday for
his school in the cities, after spending
the holidays at home
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Values up to $2.50 $1-75
Values up to $5.00 $3.95
Values up to $8.00 $6.50
Values up to $20.00, 01A |?f|
Values up to $30.00, A
Values up to $35 00, O Rfl
Values up to $40.00,
special Values up to $50.00,
Values up to $60.00,
Values up to $15.00,
Mr. and Mrs. Bengtson spent New
Year with their daughter, Mrs. Adolph
Herb Campbell made a business trip
to Elk River on Monday.
William Hass and daughter, Ella,
are visiting relatives in Minneapolis
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whitlef and
family were among the numerous
guests who spent Sunday at the
Farmers are real glad there is no
outcome" tax on the profits of cattle
and hogs yet.
TVtiss Freda Bartz arrived Sunday
from Minneapolis to remain indefinite
ly with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Pischke.
Mrs. A. A. Hiff of Livonia and Mrs.
Eliza Neumann of Zimmerman visited
their sister-in-law, Mrs. Belle Bastian,
Miss Marvel Walker resumed her
school work on Monday.
Richard Froerich, little daughter,
and Mrs. August Yunlce spent Sunday
evening at the Bastian home.g ^-'^v,^
Miss Hamilton left for her home
^near St. Francis on Sunday. J^
Miss Lillie Bartz returned to New
Ulm on Monday, where she is attend
ing Martin Luther college.
The nonpartisan papers that still
print accounts of farmers being
'There is a good traffic how on the mobbed for floating the Lindberg ban-
Values up to $10.00,
Values up to $6.00 $4.75
Values up to $4.50 $3.50
Princeton, The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
ner during the war do not say for the
benefit of their readers who appear to
be ignorant of our American ideals
just what would have happened to a
lot of merchants, doctors, lawyers or
farmers back in the early 60's had
they dared to parade through a town
bearing a Jeff Davis banner.
School reopened on Monday after a
two weeks' holiday vacation.
O. W. Blomquist and Lawrence
Chough were Cambridge visitors one
day last Week.
Mrs. John Medin returned on Mon
day from a visit to her sister in St.
Mrs. C. C. Lilly returned from a
two months' visit in *owa last week.
J. O. McKenxie is busy hauling
wood from his farm to his home in
A large crowd attended the old folks'
dance and all reported a good time.
E. E. Ellingwood and family spent
the holidays in Minneapolis.
Chas. Thompson aad family spent
New Year's day with their son, Earl,
in Baldwin. V^V"*
Neighbors and friends of Fred Gil
man received word of his serious in
jury by an angry bull he was leading.
His back is said to be broken. Mr. Gil
man used to live at Spencer Brook
but has been a resident of St. Francis
for a number of years.
Mr. Bode waj? sawincr for
Numerous Other Bargains
ALFRE MELI N COMPANY
Men's and Boys' Caps
Values up to 75c 35c
Values up to $1.00....! 59c
Values up to $2.00 98c
Values up to $18.00, (14 A
Values up to $22 00,
Values up to $25.00,
special Values up to $30.00,
Values up to $38.00,
special Values up to $58.00,
Values up to $10.00,
Values up to $15.00,
Values up to 50c...
Values up to $1.00.
Values up to $1.50
Babb on Saturday afternoon.
Misses Laura Smith, Dorothy Peter
son and Blanche Severance came home
from Cambridge to spend the holiday
vacation, also Leslie and Glenn Blom
quist, Vernon Baxter and Ernest
Walker from the Princeton schools.
Neighbors turned out and gave Wm.
House a bee, helping him haul hay
from Baldwin on Friday.
Will Ship Livestock.
We will take in livestock on Monday,
Jan. 19, for shipment. Persons desir
ing to ship should list their stock with
.us on Friday, January 16.
Val. Sausser, Manager"
l-2c "Farmers'Co-Operative Co.
V. STRAIN TOO GREAT.
Hundreds of Princeton People Find
j5aS"? ^Daily Toil a Burden.
The hustle and worry of business
The woman's household cares
Often weaken the kidneys. t^
Backache, headache, dizziness,
Kidney troubles., urinary ^roubles
frequently follow.* t?^* 'H'
A Princeton citizen tells you what to
work and stooping of
C. IT. Watts says: "I think the
heavy lifting at my work as a mason
weakened my kidneys. My kidneys
acted irregularly.and my baqk became
29c 59c 98c
Four buckle .rubbers, regular i LE
price $5.00, "IE 'ffi
special vOi 1 0 I 3
Heavy duck lumbermen's rubbers, }S
regular price $2.75, O I|J S
special 0ilU IS
Men's heavy cashmere hose, reg
ular price 75c. CQA
Men's lisle finish half hose in
black, tan and grey, reg- QCA
ular price 50c, special UVv
Boys' high grade fleece-lined
stockings, regular QKA
price 50c, special 03v
Boys' stockings, regular OCA
pricr 35c, special Lvv
A large assortment of men's and
boys' sweaters at
20 Per Cent Discount
The summer and fall selling season for
hogs is just about over. Of course, you
will keep some of the-best stock to make a start
See that the hog house is comfortable for theseMmfeiey-~v^%u
makers during the cold winter months. Good buildings are
a short-cut to greater profit whether you raise fancy or
ordinary stock. ,til
And don't forget that fall is'the ideal season to make^
a start on any farm buildingwhether it's a new barn, new'
corn crib or machine shed.dollars It will you to~ do your^
.repair work, toos.
stiff and lame. When I bent over,
sharp pains would catch me. I didn't
feel like myself at all. For hours I
would feel tired and weak and all run
down, tjoan's Kidney Pills, whichT I
got at Jack's drug store, helped me
Riiddl LumbeK Col
J. V. MORGAN, Manager
saves nexpay year
quickly and soon cured me."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedyget
Doah's Kidney Pillsthe same that
Mr. Watts had. Poster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, U. Y.