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FRAWK HENSE, President.
S S. PETTERSON, Cashier Capital, r5 WHITMORE, President Ms and Gents5 "jL' Everything i the w& The First National Bank -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. I DIRECTOBS FRANK HENSE, T.H.CALEY, CHAS. KEITH, N. E. JESMER, S. S. PETTERSDN. CORRESPONDENTS: Gevmama Bank, of St. Paul Chase National Bank,, of New York M. CAMTAL FAID UP, AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, "ZPrinceton, L. BRADY, Vice President. Citizens State Bank .PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. (Incorporated.) A General Banking Business Transacted. Loans Made on Agproyed Security. Interest 3?aid on Time Deposits Foreign aad Domestic Exchange. COBfLESPONDEWTS' First National Bank, Minneapolis, Minn, tional Bank of the Republic, N. Y. JSpeci&l Attention Given to Good Investments. MONEY TO LOAN ON ARPROVED SECURITY. 40*000 ACRES Of Wiia-ancl ImprOTed Land to Sell on Terms to Suit Purchaser. M. S. BUTHERFORD CHANGE GARS! PIERCE & LUDDEN -DEALEBS JN- JIMN STREET, PRINCETON JONN. Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Carpets, Ladies' and Gents' IPurnisliing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Etc Etc* *uick Sales and Small Profits!* o- -IF YOU WANT- Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes Call at the Post Office Store. I will Sell for the BootGroceries Post Office BuflcfiK $50,000. vG A EATON, Cashier. $30,000 $100,000 The Na- Olothing Furnishing Goods, and Shoe Line, all Clothing, Sheeting, Gring- hams, Printsn Crash Tinware, Hardware Etc Yo Never will Buy so Cheap again. Call and See Goods'and get Prices. They will Surprise You. t**-^**"*.* .'i*ir\ 'fA HEM)?n Commercial^ Hotel Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBERT,,Prop. *M Ym and all Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TKANQMBNT GUEbTS. The Commercial Hotel is First Class all Its ap pointments, nd the Aim of the Management is to make tbe Guests Comfortable. When on visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial notel NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON. MINN. MBS 0. R. BAiS7~- Pjojrfeor. This excellent Hotel is centrallj located, HI an. equaled in tine section of the State The Traveling Publie will here hnd a First Glass Sample Rom A$, Excellent Tdblt, Good Beds And Will Furnished Roams, ALSO GGOITSTABLING ACCOMMODATIONS ONE PRICE STORE! Groceries, Flour, Boots, SHOES, NOTIONS, Dry Goods, Crockery, Glassware Carpets by Sample. PRICES THE~ LOWEST! Mam Steest, Princeton. NEW Boot and Shoe Store AT SOLOMON LONG'S -ON- Nortli Main St., Princeton, Minn. AN IMMENSE STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES DI- RECT FROM THE FACTORY. No Middle Men to Pay! I want the Public to Understand that I can Sell Mien and Youths' Boots and Shoes, Ladies and Children's Footwear at Figures that Cannot be Discounted in Princeton B^Boots and Shoes Made to Order as Heretofore, and I Al ways aim to Please Custom ers. All kinds of Repairing Neatly and Promptly Executed. SOLOMON LONG, North Main Street, Princeton, Minn MiLACA ADVERTISEMENTS WHEN YOU WANT WILL BOUCK, Prop. Milaca, f% a t'M"" Minn. #4.? y# Vhh IilNE'or Staple & Fancy Groceries, PROVISIONS, Salt Meats, Fish, Etc., Which we will Sell 25 per cent Lower than Anyone Else C. TARBOX, M. D.|, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON XJradnate of Bellevue College and Randall's Is 1 land Hospital, New York City S Pension Examining SnreeoniNrW*. v, Office Over Pioneer Drug Store 1%^ Minn C. COONEY, D., DOCTOR OF MEDICINE AND SUR- GERY. Graduate of the College of Physicians and Sur geons, and Cook Co Hospital, Chicago Office Up Stairs Townsend Block, 'Opposite Cit- a...e. x. Residence Soule's house as Slat Ban*, [am Street, Princeton "VT M.COOK,M.I., AN Sit *Y8fC,AN A SURGEON. Ghidaftte of Bennett Medical College, Chicago, JH&4874- :ilaca, 4 pHARLES KEITH, Minn ^ATTORNEY AT LAW. No 3 First Street West, Princeton, Minn /HHAS. A. OIOKEY, LAWYER, NOTAKY PUBLIC AND OONVETANCEB. Over Post Office Sfrnn Street, Prmceton,Mmn. J. L. BRADY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Brady's Building. Main Street, Trmceton, Minn* A ROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Post Office. Main Street, Princeton, Minn. 3. LYNCH, M. I. &-, DENTIST Males Regular Visits to Princeton Every 60 Days HomeOflice, Monticello, Minn. T' A WHITING, VETERINARY SURGEON & DENTIST et~UPeteruutfy Dep"artmet^UiveM[ity c* Minnesota Residence, Taylors Falls, Minn BUSINESS CARDS. I\JERY.ANI SALE STABILE, S LIBBY, PROP. Teams, with or without Drivers, day ornigh. at very reasonable rates Princeton, B.NEWTON, Minn GENERAL MERCHANT Is Going Out of Business and no Humbug E\erythmg will be soldw belo cost. North Main Street, P|im,eton, Minn E.A ROSS, Dealer in Ready Made COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL SUITS. ALSO AGENT FOU Washm'ton Ave BFRCHER'S MABBLE WORKS Princeton, Minn UCK & PRATT'S OLD RELIABLE MEAT MARKET Is the place to get Choice Fresh and Salt Meats. We deal in the Best and our prices are reasonable. Opposite Starch Factory Princeton Minn. /CRAWFORD & CHAPMAN, PRINCETON BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOMS Hot and Cold Water Baths. Main Street, Princeton "VTEW MEAT MARKET. Having bought the Meat and provision Store lately occupied by O Newton, I am prepared to furnish the citizens of Princeton with meat of all kmds, game and fish in their seasfin I shall endeavor to suit all my customers "Once a cus tomer, alw a\ a customer A share of your pat ronage is respectfully solicited Yours to please, W SPAULD^O, ~P MARK, %J AUCTIONEER ^.Xong experience Always successful r^jv* -K Gn ine a trial Priifteton, Minn. WM. NBELfS rlarness Shop M^^Bk Townsend's Block, Tirst Street, IS THE PLACE TO BUY Singleand Double Harness SADDLES, WHIPS, Robes, Blankets, Etc. and MILACA ZEPHYR^. MAILS arrive from Foreston, St Cloud and western points at 8 45 A From Princeton, Elk River, Anoka, Minneapolis, St. Paul and all southern and eastern ppints at 8.80 V. H. Mails close for Foreston, bt. Cloud and all western points it 8 p. For Princeton, Elk River, An oka, Minneapolis, St. Paul and all eastern points at 4 Office open from 7 A to 9 on week days and closed on Sundays WILLBOUCK, The W meets on the first and third Thursday afternoon f each month at the church at 8 o'clock Every lady and gentleman any was interested in temperance or the up building oi humanity ore mvited to be present at enery meeting METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHDRCH Preaching every Snnday at 10 80 A and 8PM Sunday school at 11-45 A at Epvvorth League at 7 Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 8 RJJV WAYMEB, Pastor. SWEDISH BAPTIST Sunday school at the resi dence of Jonas Johnson every Sunday, 10 80 A H. H. Cheeney is in Minneapolis for a few days. Wm. Dowdell spent a day or so in town last week. Joseph Ba?on of Brainerd, is visit ing old friends in town. Rev. Wm. Skerap stopped over with friends in town last night. Rev. J. S. Bouck, of Princeton, was in town a few days last week. The Orangemen seem to be prosper ing finely in their lodge work. "Wm. Townsend is fixing his tene ment on First avenue this week. Mr. Warren Yose, of Princeton, is selling silver plated ware in town. The blacksmith shop of Barrett & Campbell is now in running order. E S. Clinch, ]r., is hiring men to go into the woods. Lots of lumbering. Mr. Ball and wife, from Iowa, are visiting their brother-in-law. L. Mor gan. The G. N, R. R. water tank and pump house has just had a new coat of paint. Wm. Townsend and Dr. O. C. Tar box made Milaca a visit last Friday night. Wm. Johnson won the Clyde pony in a raffle the other night, for only a dollar. Read the program of the W. C. T. U. meeting next for Tuesday evening and attend. .V* 1 g||A Kniglits of Pythias lodg^e will probably be instituted heroin ike near future. "4 Wm. E. Lee^ of Minneapolis, was among old friends who called upon us last week. Mr. Sleight will soon have in a fine stock of -general merchandise at the old Conger stand. L. Morgan seems to be having a good trade in his South Side meat market. Hope he will succeed. Dr. Cook says he likes, this location for practice but cannot afford to stay unless collections improve. Rans Bailey has bought the property and meat business of L. Morgan 'and will go into business for himself. It is rather wintry in this vicinity at the present writing, and a good heater is the most comfortable thing that we can get near. Hen Webster says he is going to make a pile this winter, up the West Branch, and he usually knows what he is talking about. John Muzzy has been away purchas ing a lot of good horses for the Lumber Company. They have two camps al ready in the woods and will make a big cut. The Epwbrth League boys and girls aie raising money to seat the church with They already have nearly $20 and they also have a fine quilt nearly ready to sell. Everyone help in this good work. John Goss, si\, says that everything opens up good for a big winter's work. Lindsay and Keith & McClellan also have full crews on the ground, pre pared to take advantage of the first fall of snow. Rev. Waymer preached at Estes Brook Tuesday night. Last night he preached at Foreston and to-night (Thursday evening) he preaches a Thanksgiving sermon in the church here. All go out to hear him. We learn that,Mr N. Easier, and Miss Josie Ecklund of Dalbo, was mar ried in Minneapolis, Tuesday. They will take up their abode with their Milaca friends. The UNION man offers his congratulations to the happy pair. The debate at the school house last Friday night, is said to have been very interesting. The subject: "Shall Women Be Allowed to Vote?" was de cided in favor of the ladies. This Fri day it will be "Which is Most Bene ficial to Young MenAn EducationJfor Abundant Riches.'* The following program will be ren dered at thef regular meeting of the W. C. T. U., on Tuesday evening next, at the M. E. church, at 7:30.rA.ll are invited: Singing, full chorus Script lesson, Sister Aldridge Prayer, the President Singing Responsive reading Roll call and minutes of last meeting Report of committee and other business Work of the W. C. T. U. in Dakota, Rev. Waymer Singing, "Throw Out the Life Line," Messrs. McClure, Cheeney and Jeffers Paper, '"The Eiiect of Alcohol on the Human System,''oDr. N. M. Cook Song Reci tation, '-The Drunkard's Dream," Maggie Rosb, Dialogue, by Clifford Morrill, Bert Knapp and Bert Mitchell Temperance dialogue. 1T 0 FORESTON BREEZES. MAIIS arrne from*St Cloud and all points west and south -it dsI5 A From Milaca and Prince ton at 4 05 Mausclope for St Cloud west ern and southern points it 3 30 For Milaca. and Princeton at 7 45 A Office open from 7 A to 9 II MALLETTK, UMO"T CutKCII Afternoon service the first, second nnd thud SuadaAs in ench month Eve- nin2?er\iee o\ the Young Folk" ChnstionEn deivor Socien even Snbbafh evening REV J'J WITMFR Pastor S. A. Cone has returned home. Fr. Heuss went to St. Cloud Monday evening on business. P. A. Robideau and W. F. Waldhoff spent je&terdaj in Princeton J. O. Fosb has purchased the span of ponies formerly owned by Mrs. Kniffin. Mrs. S. A. Cone has been veryt sick for some time past, but is recovering, E. E. Price ehas opened up a barber shop in the rear room of Malone's building. O. W. Swenson and H. R. Mallette spent a part of Saturday and Sunday in St. Cloud. E. E. Price will occupy E. N. Bacon's house until the return of Mr. Bacon's family from St Cloud. S Lowenstein, the St. Paul cigar man, was in town on his regular monthly trip, Monday. Pleasant winter weather. The ab sence of snow being the only drawback to livelier times our village. The schedule time of our daily mail traim has been changed from 8.20 to 10:05 A. M., and from 4.05 to 6:50 P. M. Coyotes are numerous in this vicinity***"' this fall and they make the nights hideous with their dismal howling. MTsrwrFrWaldhor^aT-b^eti~vIslt^^ ing in Greenbush for a week or ten days past and returned home Sunday. John and Fred Sorge, of Princeton, have purchased the old Dean farm south of town and moved on to the same. J. J. A. Robideau and family moved to St. Cloud last woek, where they intend to make their home in the future. Mrs. H. Robideau went to Folej, Monday evening, to spend a couple of weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Guthrie. We learn that Milaca is to hate a jail building, and that James Price, of this place, has the contract for build ing the same. J. H. Vinson has rented Mr. Chis holm's farm and Mr. Chisholm has moved into town. They occupy rooms over D. G. Chisholm &Co's store. E. N. Bacon and familv moved with their household goods to St. Cloud last week where they will remain during the winter months. Thej expect to return again in the spring. Several parties from the village at tended the dance at Mr. H. Blair residence, Greenbush, which oc curred on Friday evening of last week in honor of the birthdaj of their daughter, Miss Hattie. Frank Beautot has sold that part of his land lying on the north side of the railroad track, about one mile west from the village, containing about 100 acres, to August Jackson of this place. Consideration $5.f per acre. Several German families from the southern part of the State intend to locate in the vicinity of Foreston in the spring, purchase land and open up farms. There is no better soil in the ^J- State for farming purposes than can be found in this portion of Mille Lacs "l*. county. W. A. Larson, of Tosca, was in the village Friday and Saturday of last *l| week. Will has been in Minneapolis for the past three or four weeks for the benefit of his health and looks as p though his sojourn in the city had done 3|f him a world of good. He is looking 100 per cent, better than when he went Jll E. A Ross and wife di*ove up from Princeton, Tuesday, and returned the same dayj^This is Mr. Ross' first visit to our town" since its foundation, and he was considerably surprised at the size and neat appearance of the village, its clean graded streets and the healthy, rugged apprarance of the in habitants. ttS