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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, January 04, 1912, Image 3

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METHODIST.
Rev. Service's subjects for Sunday
morning, "Tbe Old Adage evening,
"Just One Look." Special music
morning and evening by the choir
leader, Mrs. C. A. Caley pianist,
Mrs. G. Ewing. Evangelistic services
morning and evening let every one
attend these meetings. Sunday
school, 11:45 a. m., superintendent,
Adna Orton. Brotherhood class at
the close of the sermon. Epworth
league, 7 o'clock Sunday evening.
Bible study class Monday evening
leader, Miss King.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
3 qt. enameled coffee pot,
reg. price 40c, our price..
No. 1 heavy tubular
lantern
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Sunday and Weekday
Announcements.
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M. E. CHURCH AND ITS PASTOR. 4
Rev. Service will commence evangelistic sei'vices at the
Methodist church on Sunday morning. If church members
and adherents attend we shall have a crowded house, and why j
not? Come and hear the singing and the message. These !j
services will be very short. Don't fail to come. 4
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SWEDISH LUTHERAN.
Sunday, January 7Services at
Livonia church, Zimmerman, at
10:30choir,
a. m. Following the services an
election of church officers for 1912 will
be held.
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society will meet at the Methodist
parsonage on Tuesday afternoon,
January 9. All are cordially invited.
CONGREGATIONAL.
Morning service, 10:30, subject,
''The Opportunity of the New Year."
Prelude and postlude, anthem by
and solo by M. L. Cormany.
Sunday school at 12 m. Evening ser
vice, 7:30 subject, "The Personal
Problem." Music by choir and or
chestra.
Robbers Beaten to a Frazzle.
There's a rumor that down in
Indiana there is a correspondence
school that teaches burglary by mail.
This may or may not be true, but it
isn't any more serious than the gilt
edged, gold-mounted certificates of
stock that are offered of mines, pro
ductive lands, bonds, etc., by men
who have the highway robber beaten
blocks. These fellows don't strike
in the dark, but they dazzle and blind
their victims by the "good" things
they have to offer.Stillwater
Gazette.
Heavy lamp, No. 2 burner, reg
ular price 50c, our OC#
price
10 qt. IX dish pan,
heavy
6 qt. blue and white enameled
stew kettle, heavy, regu- QCJ%
lar price 45c, our price... ,vU
LOSTOn Sunday, December 24, a
gold cross with floral design en
graved on one side. Finder kindly
return to Union office. ltp
FOK SALE.
FOR SALEA good
sound. For further
apply at Union office.
SEWINGI am prepared to do sew
ing at reasonable prices. Mrs. A.of
E. Hayes, Tri-State phone 242. 51-tfc
SELL your hides and furs to A. E.
Hayes, where you always get a
square deal. I will be in town
every afternoon and Saturday all
day at my old stand north of Byers'
store. A. E. Hayes. 49-tfc
FOR SERVICEA Duroc Jersey
boar, registered. No. 96,775. Arthur
W. Steeves, Route 2, Prince
ton. 49-6tp
The Princeton State bank makes
farm loans at the lowest rate. No de
lay, money ready soon as papers are
signed. 43-tf
10 qt. grey enam
eled pail, regular
price 40 cents, our
price
Suit cases from
25c
ndw.
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$1.00 to $10.00
$1.00
A good cloth suit
case for
25c Counter
Come and see our 25c
counter. It is loaded
down with bargains for
January. Many articles
are worth 35c, 40c and
50c.
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frM FRIff ffBfrSff XWIOK: THtTBSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1912.
WANT COLUMN {^WEIIY-TOE YEM S AM
Notices under this bead will be inserted
at one cent per word. No advertisement will
be published in this column for less than 15 cts.
Notice this inserted A
at one cent per word N advertisement will A.. J. Cater of Herman is over on a
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Cater of
farm team,'
information
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FOR SALEA Poland China brood
sow, 1% years old. Chas. E
Brande, Route 1, Princeton.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENTFurnished room with
light and heat, suitable for two
persons. Rent reasonable. Mrs.
H. R. Mallette.
ENGINEER WANTEDTo buy
steam engine indicator. All com
plete, in walnut case, guaranteed
good as new. Will sell for half of
purchase price as I have no use for
it now. A. E. Shaw, Princeton,
Minn. l-2tc
WANTEDCompetent girl in a mod
ern house with small family. To
the right kind of a girl, one who
comes to stay, $25.00 per month will
be paid. Address Lock Box 253,
Princeton, Minn. 2-tfc
GIRL WANTEDFor general house
work. Inquire of Mrs. Geo. E.always
Rice. 51-tfc
WANTEDFat cattle. Bring all you
have to Hummel's meat market,
opposite starch factory, Prince
ton. 42-tfc
SEWING MACHINESR. M. Winkle
man, agent for the SiDger Sewing
Machine company, Princeton. 51-4tp
Dan Rollins was in town on Tues
day. He reports excellent logging in
the pineriesthe roads never were
better.
Mrs. S. M. Byers, who has been
seriously afflicted with inflammatory
rheumatism for many weeks, is so far
recovered as to be out and visit the
store occasionally.
Auditor Van Alstein has a deputy
in the person of R. D. Byers. Bob is
pleasant and accommodating and is
on deck during business
hours.
Henry Newbert talks of building a
commodious new hotel in the spring.
The outward appearance of the
American house is not inviting to
strangers and Henry realizes that
fact.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morton of
Minneapolis came up to attend the
funeral of the late Hon. T. H. Caine
Wyanett and were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Ewing while in town.
Those persons who have been sum
moned by the sheriff to serve at the
ensuing term of court as grand and
petit jurors need not attend. There
was an irregularity in drawing the
same.
Frank Campbell was laid up last
week with an affection of the throat
and lungs, but he is about this week
as usual. Frank is one of those fel
lows we always like to see around.
The portly proprietor of the
American house has some very neat
advertising cards for the hotel on
which are portrayed his huge dimen
sions, showing clearly the benefit to
be derived from stopping at a house
where they set a good table.
The train going south last Saturday
morning was crowded with lively
people. Ed Page's coterie of Anoka
school girls was on board. We
should like to have been a passenger,
but our pass had run out and we were
short of funds.
The following village officers were
elected at the annual election held in
the court house hall on Tuesday:
President of council, T. H. Caley:
trustees, C. H. Rines, Frank Libby
and Henry Newbert recorder, H. C.
Head treasurer, D. A. Caley vil
lage justice, I. C. Patterson. Only 40
votes were polled.
Hon. D. M. Clough and Miss
Minnie Hartley of Minneapolis, and
Mr. and Mrs. Alvab. Eastman of
Anoka were the only strangers who
participated in the ball at the rink
last Friday evening. All four of
them, the ladies especially, are jolly
good company. Although Messrs,
Clough and Eastman are church
deacons they did not miss a single
dance.
State News.
The Minnesota State Agricultural
society will hold its annual election in
the capitol at St. Paul on January 9.
The number of homesteads filed on
in the state for 1911 was 2,673 and in
1910 2,054, an increase of 1911 over
1910 of 619.
The annual business meeing of the
Northern Minnesota Editorial as
sociation will be held at Long Prairie
on January 19 and 20.
Rev. George Thomas Lawtbn of St.
Andrew's Episcopal church, Minne
apolis, is teaching his congregation
dancing and dramatic art.
Former City Clerk P. J. MoAlpine
of Two Harbors, who was $14,000
short in his accounts, has been sent
to Stillwater to serve an indeterminate
sentence.
The State Funds.
Walter J. Smith, state treasurer,
handled $18,616,393.72 of state funds
in 1911, of which he disbursed $17,-
378,955.11 for various purposes. He
started out with a cash balance of
$3,977,038.91, but has no such sum for
the beginning of 1912. as the drain on
the treasury has been unusually
heavy. Interest-bearing certificates
to the amount of $1,100,000 were taken
up and retired, thereby reducing the
bonded indebtedness by that amount.
The state paid out each day of the
last year $48,274.87, or $2,011.45 for
each hour of the twenty-four.
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is over
a
visit to relatives.
The county officers have all quali
fied and now sniff the breeze with
official dignity.
A farmers' institute.will be held at
Jesmer's hall on Thursday and Fri
day, January 13 and 14.
Mrs. A. Rines and daughter, Stella,
and Mrs. Rose Patterson made a trip
to Minneapolis on Monday. 1
Rev. Dr. Quigley, a former well
known resident of Princeton, died at
Asheville, N. on the 20th ult.
The St. ADthony & Dakota ele
vator is completed. No delay in un
loading wheat now.
The new seats for the Methodist
church have arrived and will be
placed in position without delay.
Hans Gould berg, the merchant
prince and miller of Cambridge, was
at the American house on Tuesday
evening.
Men's
Women's
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You Can Meet these Cold January 3
l| Days With Comfort 3
I If You Wear Kettelhodt's Felt Shoes
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.25 $1.50 $1.75
55c
I A Splendid Line of Dress Shoes in
Kid and Gun Metal
I P. T. KETTELHODT I
Princeton, Minn.
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G. H. GOTTWERTH,
Dealer la
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid tor Cattle and Hogs,
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L. C. HUMMEL
Dealer in
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Both Telephones.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
Coming to a Bad End
That's what the chap in the picture is surely doing, and that's what anybody is
likely to do who does not pay attention to what he's doing. The question here is:
Can you afford to go on ignoring the money-saving possibilities of buying your lumber
and building material from us? Our stock is certainly the finest in this section and
our prices are as low as you can get anywhere. To prove that we can save you money 4
let us give you an estimate on your next bill.
CALEY LUMBER CO.
BENJAfllN SOULE, Manager
Northwestern Grocery
Watch for Next Week's Ad. I
It Will Interest You.
L. E. SVARRY I
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I I MAKE a specialty of repairing all kinds of com-
plicated watches and clocks. If you have old,
worn out jewelry bring it to me and I will make it
I like new on short notice. ^f yf
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