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Get your boy a belt. Only 10 cents at Byers'. Don't forget that Payette's studio is open every day. 22-tfc Julius Yngve drove over to Cam bridge on Sunday. Attorney Goebel was down from Milaca on Tuesday. I have four nice upstair rooms for rent. O. B. Newton. 25-tfc Miss Alma Roos arrived home from St. Cloud on Tuesday evening. Oscar Stark and Denny Byers made a trip to Minneapolis yesterday. Serenus P. Skahen went to the twin cities on a business trip Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Brands re turned last week from a fortnight's visit to relatives in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Pratt of La crosse are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pratt, at Elk Lake park. The Princeton State bank makes farm loans at the lowest rate. No de lay, money ready soon as papers are signed. 43-tf About a dozen second-hand sewing machines of various makes for sale at prices ranging from $2 up. Ewings' Music Store. A great land bargain120 acres near Milaca at $10 per acre. Write today to J. H. Johnson, Fort Pierre, South Dakota. 26-2tc J. A. Jetsmga of Pease was here on Tuesday. He says that business at his store is good but money is rather scarce this summer. Rev. Atkinson and 20 boys from Elk River are camping at Elk Lake park and having an enjoyable time fishing and boating. An article in a daily tells us how to manage a canoe. When it comes to managing a canoe we'd rather walk. That's the safer way of the two. Dr. F. Kothman, optometrist, will be in town on Friday and Satur day, August 4 and 5. Eyes examined and glasses fitted. Office at Commer cial hotel. 15-tfc Mrs. Albert Hubbell of Alexandria and Mrs. Carl McRae of Coleraine returned home on Monday after a pleasant visit at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Davis. Mrs. Henry Maggartnee Nellie Cameronand family arrived here on Friday from Baker, Montana, for a visit. Mrs. Maggart says that her sister, Pearl, is becoming an expert broncho rider. Mrs. Frank Smith and daughter, Eleanor, were in North Branch last Friday and Saturday. Friday was the 78th anniversary of the birth of Mrs. Smith's mother, and she went over to attend the celebration of that event. Before you start for Princeton to have your picture taken be sure it- is the first or third Saturday of the month, as these are the only days you will find Nelson, the famous photo grapher from Anoka, at his studio in Princeton. 2-tf A song service, led by a string band, will be held at the Baptist church, Spencer Brook, on Sunday evening. July 2. If the weather is hot, however, the service will be out of doors. Everyone is cordially in vited to be there. Last week Serenus P. Skahen re ceived a certificate from the supreme court to practice in any court of the state. This does not, of course, in clude the federal court, permission to practice in which can'only be obtained by motion presented to that effect. Our rich chocolate soda is one of the most popular drinks this season. You'll be delighted with it. Made from the finest brand of choco late procurablea chocolate full of richness, of delicate flavor, and so soluble that the finished beverage is smooth and dainty. ,rfW-*L It is Nourishing, Refreshing Satisfying. Scores of equally good drinks at our foun tain. Some sparkling, snappy, fruity others rich and creamyall cold, refreshing, thirst quenching. Open Sundays from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. i in --r-ii i *-i i i ~-n -MIL "n in. C. A. JACK The R.exall Druggist Of Interest from varioui source*. \A O Interes frm items vrlimiiiti... Osorge I Staples is the only person who Is authorized to collect money due this office. In every case the party paying money is entitled \o and should insist upon receiving a printed receipt R. C. DTTNN. Publisher Nelson's photos please the people. iM MM MUM *^%^IH wM^fAwM^A^M^M^M^k^^tta^M^Mwi Payette's photos are better than ever. 22-tfc Get your groceries at Byers'. Best values. 25-tfc Lisle Jesmer made a trip to the cities on Monday. A new line of shirt waists from 49 cents up at Byers'. 25-tfc M. L. Wheeler made a business trip to Minneapolis on Tuesday. You can make money by saving it now at Kopp & Bartholomew's store. See ad. Miss Christine Wicen is visiting friends in Minneapolis and will re main a week. Mrs. William Hiland of Minneapolis is here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. G. C. Taylor. You are bound to enjoy yourselves if you attend the dance in the M. B. A. hall, Wyanett, on July 4. Mrs. Harry Saxon nad child left on Monday for Minneapolis to pass a couple of weeks with relatives. Miss Agnes Carlson, who has been clerking at Allen's store, returned to her home at Grandy on Monday. Mrs. M. Swearingen was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Freer from Fri day of last week to Tuesday of this. Mrs. I. N. Goodell and daughter returned on Monday from Minneap olis, where they were visiting friends. Hon. Chas. N. Orr came up from St. Paul on Monday to attend to some legal business and returned on Tues day. Mrs. Robert Trabant and daughter, Hazel, are spending a couple of weeks in Minneapolis. They left for that place on Monday. Herbert Zimmerman and Miss Hulda Buirge returned on Saturday from a fortnight's vacation at Pine City and other points. The station agent at Foreston, O. E. Knoop, has been transferred to Milaca, and Wm. Gamper of Fergus Falls has succeeded him. M. M. Stroeter and C. A. Jack have each purchased new Stearns automo biles. Mr. Stroeter's car is here and it is apparently a first-class machine. Miss Lillie Hatch of this village-, who has been visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Noordam at Milaca, returned home on Monday. Don't forget the ball game bewteen the fats and the leans ab Long Siding on the Fourth. Game will be called ab 1 o'clock sharp. See program on another page. When farmers tell you that rains have appeared at just the right in tervals this season you can depend uDon it that the prospects are bright for good crops. The Princeton Produce company will hold its annual meeting and elec tion of officers at its warehouse in Princeton on July 8, commencing at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Farmers should not forget that the Mille Lacs county fair this year will be better and bigger than ever and put forth efforts to raise exhibits which will excel those of all former years. John Quaid, says the Foreston Independent, went into Canada with the intention of buying land or home steading but soon came back again. John is sensible. Canadian lands are not what they are cracked up to be. Early next Sunday morning the militia boys will leave here by special train for Minneapolis, where they will participate on Tuesday in the civic celebration parade and leave upon the following day for Lakeview to go into camp. Electrician Randall is kept perpetu ally on the jump wiring houses, plac ing motors and making repairs on the lines. Mr. Randall is a man who understands his business and keeps everything under his supervision in first-class shape. Xir to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to u/ to to to to THE PRINCET ON TJNIOK: THURSDAY JUKE 29, 1911. Men's Fine Suits Sizes 36 to 48 to Worth up to $27.00 for $ 19.95 (jj worth up to 22.50 for $17.95 to worth up to 18.00 for $13.95 worth up to 15.00 for $9.95 $ worth up to 12.50 for $7.95 to worth up to 10.00 for $4.95 Cravenettes and English Slip-Ons S worth up to $15.00 for $9.95 to worth up to 12.50 for $7.95 ii/ Kopp& Mrs. Fred Keith and son were visit ing in Minneapolis last week. This was the first time the boy haa visited a large city and, like all country boys upon similar occasions, he greatly en joyed the sights. The annual basket picnic of the Good Templars lodge of Wyanett will be held on the north shore of Green lake next Sunday. There will be amusements of various kinds and Sinner will be spread in the grove. The new freight schedule which will go into effect on July 1 has been re ceived at the depot here and it shows an increase of 10 cents per hundred pounds between Princeton and the twin cities, while a slight reduction on the rates now in force has been made between Duluth and the twin cities. An expert last week showed the farmers in the vicinity of Onamia how to blast stumps and excavate ditches with dynamite. He opened up a ditch 12 rods in length, 6 feet wide at top, 3 feet at bottom and 3 feet deep, at one shot. The farmers were much inter ested in the demonstration and intend to experiment with like methods. Ge Read for the Fourth ONLY 3 DAYS MORE Our Sensational Suit and Hat Sale Closes on July 4th Crowds of Men, Young Men and Boys have saved themselves from $5.00 to $10.00 on their Fourth purchases (ft here, and gone home smiling. Yet our stock of Men's and Boys, Clothing and Hats is so large that we can tog out hundreds of others just as well, in the latest and best that is made, direct from the country's best clothing and hat manufacturers, at a (ft Saving of From 10 to 5 0 Percent See Our Guaranteed Suit and Hat Values. The speaker Themselves: to For 3 Days More, From Now Until July 4, You May Have Your Choice From Our-9\* Copyright 1911 by Roberts'-Wicks Co Mr. and Mrs. John Runquist and family of Grasston, came over in their automobile on Friday and were guests at the Riverside hotel until the fol lowing day. A letter received by William Kaliher from Mike Mahoney, who is now in Seattle, says that his daughter is critically ill. She is suffering from tubercular meningitis. Will Mahoney arrived in Seattle from Peru a short time ago in consequence of his sister's illness. McMillan & Stanley, the land men, expect to locate several more desir able settlers pn farms in the country tributary to Princeton before fall. The work accomplished by this firm to bring in farmers of means should be appreciated by the merchants and people of Princeton generally. Lieutenant Thomas of Chicago is here on his annual fishing excursion and on Saturday, with Frank Smith and daughter, Myrtle, went to Grass ton. They returned on Monday with a big string of bass. Mr. Thomas is staying at the Riverside hotel and will go to Mille Lacs [lake before he returns home. The Famous McKibbin Hats, Known and Sold the Country Over. 50 Regular $3.00 Values now go at $1.95 50 Regular $2.50 Values now go at $1.45 50 Regular $2.00 Values now go at $1.25 50 Regular $1.50 Values now go at 95c 25 Boys' Hats, worth up to $1.50, now go at 75c 25 Boys9 Hats, worth up to $1.00, now go at 50 Hurrah for a New Suit and Hat for the Fourth! $ PRINCETON'S CLOTHIER-S ==_ Youth's Long Pants Suits Ages 12 to 20 Worth up to $20.00 for $ 12.95 worth up to 15.00 for $9.95 worth up to 10.00 for $5.95 (ft worth up to 7.50 for $3.95 $ Best Ever Suits Boys9 Ages 4 to 17 Worth up to $10.00 for $6.95 worth up to 7.50 for $4.95 S worth up to 4.50 for $2.95 $ worth up to 3.50 for $1.95 tholom The cornet band at Isle gave its first open-air concert last Sunday and it is said that thousands of fish came close to shore to listen to the 'music." Mrs. Henry Lenz of Easton was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Manke at their home in Germany from Satur day to Monday. Mrs. Lenz is Mrs. Manke's sister. Conductor McDermott, JP who was transferred to the Fergus Falls line a short time ago, is again back on the branch and his old friends along the road welcome him. Mac would rather be on a run where he sees familiar faces every day than be among strangers,reven though the salary on the main line is higher. The Cambridge North Star tells of a "wonderful" catch of fish which consisted of a string of nine bass and a muskallonge, captured by three men. Out at Spectacle lake on Sun day one man landed 23 big black bass in less than an hour and threw eight pickerel back into the deep. In all of the lakes surrounding Princeton the catches of fish have been very heavy this season. fit (ft (ft (ft (ft 'ft (ft (ft (ft (ft 'ft (ft (ft ft D. Kuether and sou of Pease were in town on Monday and called at this office. Mr, Kuether is not only a genial gentleman but he is one of the best farmers in the state. He resorts to advanced^ methods of tilling the soil and, as a result, his farm invari ably produces good crops. Agent J. W. Moss man is getting along first rate at the depot. Mr. Mossman is a worker and doesn't ap pear to be particular what he does. When the baggage man is rushed he assists in loading trunks or wheeling express carts about the platform. He is equal to all emergencies and attends to the company's business at all times. Duren Jack and his friend, Howard Sanborn, started on Sunday from St. Paul in an 18-foot canoe for Clinton, Iowa, where they expect to reach in about ten days from the time of de parture. They took with them a tent and cooking utensils and will camp on shore at night. I twill doubtless be lots of sport for the boys, but were we to make the trip we would want a house boat or gasoline launch instead of a canoe.