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\i) Now is a Good Time to Buy. \f/ 25 oz. can I. C. baking powder \li Whynot soda crackers, by the box \ff per lb. ,06 \Ht Egg-o-See, 3 pkgs. for 23 \1i American 1-4 sardines, per can ,0 4 \l/ American 3-4 mustard sardines, \JHf 4 cans for ,2 9 Monarch 16 oz. pkg. seeded raisins W KKKK extra fat Norway herring \it Per lb. ,06 Korn Kinks, 7 pkgs. for ,2 5 Regular 15c Coffee, per lb PRINCETON W They are the most appropriate present a per son can give. "We are prepared to show you the largest and best assortment ever shown in town. "We have them to suit all purses. Chairs from 25c to $25. OO Come and see our Window Display of Chairs 1 6 8 Farm Fireside.:that Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents. Groceries O Sale l-WEERONLY-l Thursday, Dec. 5th until Thursday, Dec. 12th $ XV For one week only we will place groceries on sale. You know as well A\ as we do that our groceries are always fresh and of the best quality, and Iff you also know that our regular prices are always a little lower than others charge you. Below we quote a few specials for one week. You will upon a ff\ visit to our store find just such bargains in dry goods and gent's furnishings. |f a (9 t\ll Rocking Chairs For Christmas ns Hardware Co. 2 2 OXBOW. Carl Dehn has invested in a new gasoline engine. Walter E. A. Dibblee called on Jesse Steeves Tuesday evening. Mrs. Otto Henschel and sister Annie spent a few days of the past week visiting friends at Ogilvie. Miss Maggie Mott was so unfor tunate as to sprain her ankle one day last week and will not be able to attend school for a few days. The first annual fair of the Ladies' Social club will take place tomorrow evening, December 6, at the Gates school house. The pretty girls of Oxbow will supply the wants of allbuilding visitors and six booths will be in stalled of various kinds. The list in cludes a flower booth, apron sale, fancy work display, pop corn stand, lunch counter and a fish pond. The young man who wants to be generous with his best girl will have plenty of opportunity at the flower booth or at the fancy work stand. Remember all, that the money you spend will not be a donation for a souvenir. The ladies promise values. They want the bazaar to pay them and please their customers. Special attention will be paid to the delightful supper is promised by the committee. All are cordially invited to attend. This is the season of decay and weakened vitality good health is hard to retain. If you'd retain yours, fortify your system with Holhster's Rocky Mountain Tea, the surest way. 35c, tea or tablets. C. A. -Jack. LONG'S SIDING. Joseph Wolf, sr., is erecting a large new barn. Frank Wolf is doing the work. Oh, dear, what a lot of deer have been hauled through here the past few days. It is reported that M. A. Carlson and son have bought the Healy potato warehouse here. Success to you, gentlemen. The Tri-State Telephone company has been at wont for the last month a new line from here to Milaca. Heavy copper wire is being used. Under the able and honest manage ment of Mr. Fox the West Branch creamery is in a verv prosperous con dition. Mr. Fox is deserving of much praise for the manner in which he conducts the institution. O. H. Uglem, our county commis sioner, has erected a neat store build ing and opened his place for business last Monday. With goods arriving every day he will soon have his new 'store fully equipped and ready to ~v- 5*c JhLs&b *^&ri,*^*S^ %&j,&jfa& These Prices Are For HfS Cash Only. JJ With every cash purchase of $1.00 or more of any merchandise except sugar and flour we will sell 20 lbs. of the best granulated Af| sugar for OliUU Good standard tomatoes, can ,09 jl\ 6 dozen clothespins for ,05 ft\ 10 bars Hurbetelle laundry soap ,25 9\ Pettijohn's breakfast food, 2 pkgs. ,25 ?f5 Shredded wheat biscuit, 2 pkgs. .23 Chaska corn, per can per dozen cans E. B. ANDERSON Headquarters for Reliable merchandise S ^^^S^S^m^m^m ^5*9^-5-5^9^9* handle the extensive trade formerly done at this place. We predict_for Mr. Uglem a bright future in his busi ness, as he is a man of exceptionally good character, and to our personal knowledge perfectly honest in all hisin dealings. We would suggest that all farmers and others tributary to Long Siding patronize a worthy man like Mr. Uglem and thereby help to build up their own community. We welcome Mr. Uglem to Long Siding and wish him success in his venture in busi ness. Here's Good Advice. O. S. Woolever, one of the best known merchants of Le Raysville, N. Y., says: "If you are ever troubled with piles, apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It cured me of them for good years ago." Cures every 20 wound, burn or abrasion. A. Jack's drug store. THEPBINCETON TJNIOK: THTJBSDAY, DECEMBEB 5, 1907. .06 ili .70 9\ MINNESOTA sore, at C. 25c SPENCER BROOK. Miss Jennie Whiting, who is teach ing at Hutchinson, spent Thanksgiv ing at home and returned last Mon day. Farmers are hauling a few potatoes to market to pay incidental expenses and tide them over until the price will satisfy their idea of the value of their spuds. Last Monday Andrew Blomquist, aged 70 years, fell on the frozen ground and dislocated his shoulder. Dr. Cooney was summoned by phone and in fifteen minutes had the bone replaced and the old gentleman was as good as new. One hundred tickets were sold at the Thanksgiving dance, the Woodman hall was crowded to its full capacity, and under the management of Will Swanbro everything passed off pleasantly. After twelve o'clock most of the dancers were fullof the excellent supper served by Mesdames Reynolds and Severance. A number of young men around here are making fair wages trapping, as some kinds of fur-bearing animals are quite plentiful. Most of the boys who have been in the habit of working in the woods in winter don't like the cut of ten dollars a month in wages, and will resort to almost any kind of a job to avoid a long strenuous winter in the timber country. BALDWIN. Pauline Trunk spent her Thanks giving vacation at home. Mrs. John Olson's brother, Mr. Hoffset from St. Paul, is visiting her. Walter Angstman has returned from Sauk Centre, where he has been at work. Ed Judkins and J. A. Angstman are pressing hay and straw in this vicinity. Miss Emma Taylor and her sister Aurora spent Thanksgiving with her friend Iva McCracken. Pearl McCracken, who has been unable to pursue her studies at Princeton, is bacK at school again. NelsOlson received a bad shock to his nerves last Thursday afternoon. About a half dozen of his girl friends stopped in for supper. Nels' mother was away, but of course they got their supper. Mt Church Topics & m 4 Sunday and Weekday Announcement*. 4 SWEDISH LUTHERAN. Services will be held on Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and be conducted by Rev. Olander of Minneapolis. METHODIST. Sunday, 10:30, sermon by the pas tor, subject, "Every Man evening, 7:30, mass meeting of all the churches at the Methodist church. Edward W. Peck, state secretary of Y. M. C. A.! and E. W. Cross, superintendent of Y. M. C. A. work in colleges, will deliver addresses. BLUE HILl. The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. Camp this week. John South had the bad luck to find one of his horses dead in the stable. Clarence Taylor has purchased a new hay press and is pressing straw. J. C. Harvey gave one of those pop ular dancing parties at the hall on Saturday evening. C. W. Taylor is trying his skill at trapping. Report says he caught an otter in the St. Francis river. A .Real Wonderland. South Dakota, with its rich silver mines, bonanza farms, wide ranges and strange natural formations, is a veritable wonderland. At Mound City, in the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp, a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred. Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble. "Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes," writes Mrs. Clapp, "when I began giving Dr. King's New Discovery, the great med icine, that saved his life and com pletely cured him." Guaranteed for coughs and colds, throat and lung troubles, by C. A. Jack, druggist. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. School Report. Report for district 12, school No. 1 for month ending November 27, 1907. Number of pupils enrolled, 30 total attendane in days, 505 average daily attendance, 25. Pupils perfect in attendance Myrtle Tingeluf, Jacob Ellenbaum, Grace Trabant, Robert Trabant, Herbert Jaenicke, Mary Peterson, Tressie Maihack, Alice Tingeluf, Pearl Tingeluf and Ella Jaenicke. Pupils absent one day: Elma Maihack, Elsia Lueck, Adolph Lueck, Herman Jaenicke. Badly Mixed Up. Abraham Brown of Winterton, N. Y., had a very remarkable experience he says: "Doctors got badly mixed up over me, one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison, and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped mq so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters, which are restoring me to perfect health. One bottle did me more good than all the five doc tors prescribed." Guaranteed to cure blood poison, weakness and all stomach, liver and kidney com plaints, by C. A. Jack, druggist, 50c. To Restore Life. It is said that a prominent scientist has discovered a method to restore life to animals and people apparently dead by alternately pumping the gas out of the lungs and pumping oxygen to produce artificial respiration. The best thing to put new life into an ordinary tired, worn out individual is a glass of golden grain belt beer. It is a wholesome nerve food and re stores the energy to weary body and brain. Order of your nearest dealer or be supplied by Sjoblom Bros., wholesale dealers, Princeton. A Biff Difference It is possible to draw out a man and make him interestingbut it's different with a sermon.Chicago News. A Big Horse Sale On Saturday, December 14, twenty five head of range horses will be sold at auction by Emmet Mark at Ans. Howard's barn. These horses are pasture raised and the majority halter broke, have the size, bone and quality and are fresh from the range. If you are looking for good horses, Satur day, December 14, will be the time for you to buy. Dickinson Horse Sales Company. J. M. Watson, Manager. For Service. A full blooded imported White boar. August Gebert, 15, town of Princeton. Two boars. Hill. Chester section 49-2t For Service. full-blooded Poland China A. H. Durbin, Sec. 13, Blue 48-tf REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank OF PRINCETON. At Princeton in the btate of Minnesota, at the close of business December 3rd 1907 RESOURCKS Loans and discounts $141 419 61 IT S bonds to secure circulation 30 000 09 Banking house furniture and fixtures 5,000 00 Due from national banks (not re serve agents) 11,016 60 Due from approved reserve agents 7,990 23 Checks and other cash items 2149 95 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 481 69 Lawful money reserve in bank viz Specie $4 505 55 Legal-tender notes 8 415 00 12,920 55 Redemption fund with S treas urer (5 per cent of circulation) Total Total 4-4'l"l''l''|''InH..i..|..i..fc^K4^.^.4^^^t4^t4M|, W**4H'**4MWMMH^4"M'^*^^ I I i I 1500 00 $213,478 68 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid National bank notes outstanding Due to State banks and bankers. Individual deposits subject to check Time certificates of deposit Cashier's checks outstanding. $30,000 00 2,500 00 1,029 10 30,000 00 1,838 48 88,571 00 56,594 75 1,945 35 $213,478 68 STATE OF MINNESOTA, 1 _,_, County of Mille Lacs. ls I, Jno Petterson. cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief JNO PETTERSON, Cashier CorrectAttest S S PETTERSON, CHARLES KEITH Directors fT CALBY, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of December, 1907 FRED KEITH Notary Public, Minnesota My commission expires October 21st, 1908 ,41,.1i,.11|, To Christmas Buyers. For One Week Commencing Tomorrow, Deo. 6 I propose assisting shoppers by making heavy cuts in prices upon all goods they may require for the holidays. Below I enumerate a few articles in the grocery departmentspace does not permit of mention- ing moreupon which these cuts have been made, but everything in my store will be reduced in price for this occasion. This special re- duction, it must be remembered, is FOR CASH ONLY, as the quotations thereon are trimmed down so low that they would not permit of giving credit. Look over the list carefully and you will buy. Regular 15c coffee for only Mocha and Java, 6 lbs. for Chaska corn, per can per doz. cans Cream of wheat, 2 pkgs. for I Zest, per package only 4 pkgs. for only Excello, per pkg. 4 pkgs. for Shredded wheat biscuits, per pkg. Pettijohn's breakfast food, per pkg. I Whynot soda crackers, by box, per lb. 5!c 25c I. C. baking powder, can 17c 6 cans for $1.00 25c Calumet baking powder, can 17c 6 cans for $1.00 Hunt's perfect baking powder 17c 6 cans for $1.00 25c Palace baking powder for 15c 25c Snow Flake baking powder for 15c New raisins, per lb. 10c 3 lbs for 25c 3-4 American sardines, per can 3lc 3-4 mustard sardines, per can 9c 3 cans for 23c Lenox soap, 32 bars for $1.00 Rose Queen soap, 32 bars for $1.00 Santa Claus soap, 31 bars for $1.00 Kirk's soap, 42 bars for $1.00 Should you desire to purchase in larger quantities than those enumerated I will make still greater reductions. It will be money your pockets to purchase your Christmas goods from me. I fear no competitor. F. T. KETTELHODT Princeton, Minn. I The Equity Cash I Sho Store 8 At Your Service This store is always at your servicealways ready the show you the best of footwear at pleasing prices. Ready with the best shoes, ff in special lines, made by manufacturers who have won a reputation for making good shoes. Shoes for men, for women, for boys, for girls, for the little people and for the baby. Shoes for every member of the fam ily. Shoes for all purposes. We might quote a string of prices, but shoe prices are &< meaningless unless you see the shoes at the 0 price. The season's best shoes are ready 7Z for you, and we're always at your service. A tr A 1 V'