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Jl/IERIT has made our
clothing business what
it is. Dependable merchan
dise that you can truly rely
upon. Our
"Progressive" Clothes
stand head and shoulders
above the crowd. Perfect fit
ting, hand tailored and abso
lutely all wool. We guaran
tee each and every garment
you buy100 percent value
every time no matter what
price you pay.
Special: 50 suits, odd lots,
one suit of a kind but nearly
all sizes, will be sold at bare
cost of manufacture, $3.75,
$5.95, $6.45, $7.50, $8.45 to
$9.75. Get in early on this.
Clothing House
It is not like roofing made of manufactured asphalt.
Genasco doesn't crack and leak.
Comes in rolls. Easy for anybody to lay. Get the
Kant-leak Kleet to fasten it with.
Come see it, and let us tell you more about
HgTWill Photograph Anything, Anywhere at Any Time, Day or Night,
Clement's Photographs dre as yood AS the bet He makes a business of
photographing family group-, at lb. lrhortes Old people a "-pecialty Stock buildmgs,
etc end post card to box 34 or call on me over Mark store and 1 will be with you'
Post card print n{r B-'Dgm jou- cfcginves or films dnfi I will print your cards for 5
CLEMENT, Princeton
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No. 2 A
The reliable Stickney Gasoline En
gine with its outside igniter, its perfect
cooling system, its automatic mixer,
its ball bearing governor and its straight
line valve motion is HERE. Come and see it and let us ex-
plain to you what the Stickney Engine will do for youhow
simple it is and what satisfaction you will have if you own one.
We have an engine ready to demonstrate to you any time
you comeWe want you to see how easy it startsWe want
you to start and-stop it yourselfWe want you to see how
steady it runswhat large bearings it hashow it is built for
business and satisfactionCome and pull it to pieces and if
you don't say its the best ever, we will eat our hats.
Peterson & Nelson
Peterson & Nelson Princeton, Minn.
Have "a roof that's proof"
Proof against rain, snow, sun, wind, heat,
cold, sparks, alkalis, acidseverything that
harms ordinary roofs. Get the roofing
made of Nature's perfect weather-proofer
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2 0 Good Farms Wanted
'As I am making- up my list I want some good farms for the same,
which will be advertised in the south. All who list their farms in time
will be assured of a good chance for selling them. You know by past
tha I can sell our farms
any one can. Come in and
There was considerable strife over
the election of a school clerk for dis
trict No. 1, in this village, last
Saturday evening. The candidates
were T. H. Caley and J. L. Brady,
and the former was elected. I was
voted to have nine months of school
the ensuing year. Taxes to
amount of $3,100 were voted$2,500
for teachers' wages and $600 to de
fray current expenses.
Princeton Readers Can No Longer
Doubt the Evidence.
This Princeton citizen testified
long ago Told of quick reliefof
lasting benefit The facts are now
confirmed. Such testimony is com
pletethe evidence conclusive. I
forms convincing proof of merit.
William Applegate Princeton,
Minn., says: I contracted kidney
trouble in the army and did not ob
tain relief until I used Doan's Kid
ney Pills. My back was very weak
and painful and I had to get up
several times at night to pass the
kidney secretions. There was much
sediment in the secretions and thev
were highly colored. As soon as I
began taking Doan's Kidney Pills
they benefited me and I have since
enjoyed much better health. This
public statement is given as a slight
token of my appreciation for the
benefit I have received. (Statement
given in November, 1907.)
Mr. Applegate was interviewed on
September 22, 1910, and he said: I
do not hesitate one moment in con
firming my former endorsement of
Doan's Kidney Pills. I have advised
a trial ot this remedy to other kid
ney sufferers and I know that it has
always acted effectively."
For sale by all dealers or upon* re
ceipt of price, 50 cents. Foster-Mil
burnCo., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the nameDoan'sand
take no other.
mil mum
Mrs. Will Townsend was brought
down Trom Whitney brook on Satur
day quite sick.
Wheat quotations: No. 1 hard 64
cents No. 1 northern, 62 cents
No. 2 northern, 57 cents.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Briggs, aged 6 months,
died of cholera infantum on Friday.
Moses W. Emerson, an eccentric
old resident of Spencer Brook, died
on Tuesday and was buried yesterday
N. E. Jesmer's new store building
is almost completed. This will be
the finest store building north of the
twin cities.
Wesley Page has gone to Minne
apolis to drive one of Moses Tib
betts' teams and expects to be gone
until late in the fall.
The baseball boj think the Mon
ticello Times is unnecessarily
jubilant over the result of the game
plaj ed there last Wednesday.
An army of men is at work on the
new Citv hotel building. Mr. New
bert will have one of the neatest and
best ai ranged hotels in the state.
F. Campbell and S. M. Bvers
left for Washington territory yester
da\ morning on a prospecting trip,
but it is not likelj they will get be
^nd Minneapolis.
A. H. Chute oi Minneapolis came
down from Brainerd. where he has
been dnwng logs all spring and sum
mer, and will remain a few da\s
lsitmg his parents and friends.
Again the Rum river dme has
been jumped its entire length.
Even Dan Rollins has given up the
idea oi getting his logs to Milaca
unless there should come a heavy fall
ot rain.
A party of ladies and gentlemen
went out to Spectacle lake on Tues
day evening on a fishing and blue
berry-gathering excursion. They
camped there two nights and had a
mem time.
Mrs. Cowles is Waving the annex to
her store neatly -fitted up and a new
glass front put in. The building
when completed, -will be occupied by
Fred Hrdlicka and family, and the
front portion used as a barber shop.
There was another death from
diphtheria in Ed Pierson's family on
Tuesday morning, this time an in
fant boy. Three other members of
the family are down with the disease
and several of the neighbors are also
At the school board meeting on
Monday Prof. Ewing was hired for
another year and his wages were in
creased to $100 per month. S.Centre,
Bnggs, Miss Mamie Huse and Miss
Carrie Scoville were also engaged for
anothei term.
The writei received a package of
turnip seed Irom the United States
agricultural department on Monday.
It is too early to commence cam
paigning for 1888. A any rate it
will take at least a bushel sack full
of seeds to soften our heart.
This is the first time 23 years
that the wheat crop has been a
failure in this section of Minnesota.
This year the drought and chinch
bugs have raised hades with the
small grain. Farmers must expect a
little bad luck once in a quarter of a
Church Topics
4 4. 4. 5an0ayntf Weekday
Services will be held in Hope
church,Congregational church,
Princeton, on Sunday, July 21, as
follows: Evening prayer and sermon
at 3 p. m. Everyone is invited to
worship witty us.
Eugene Prosser, Pastor.
Bev. Service's subjects for Sunday:
Morning, "A Close Call evening,
''Peculiar People." Special music
by the choir Mrs. Caley, musical
director Miss Svarry and Miss
Walker, organists. Sunday school,
11.45 a. m. Adna Orton, superin
tendent. Don't forget the brother
hood class at the close of the sermon.
Epworth league Sunday evening at
7 15 in basement of church.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock.
A special invitation is extended to
allfcoattend these services
JEH^ Notices under this head will be inserted
at one cent per word No advertisement will
be published in this column for less than 15 cts
WANTEDA competent girl for
general housework. Apply to Mrs.
Geo. E. Eice. 30-2tc
WANTEDA good girl for general
housewoik Apply to Mrs. Swan
Olson. Princeton. lt
FOB SALEA good 36-inch Woods
steel self-feeder. Will sell for $25.
Henry Uglem, Long Siding. 30-2tc
FOB SALEA 40, 80, 120 or 160 acre
farm, situated within one mile of
village limits. D. N Hunt,
Princeton. 30-tfc
FOB SALEA refrigerator as good
as new. Victor Ossell, Princeton.
FOB SALEThree good general
purpose horses. Inquire at
Smith's meat market. 29-2tc
FOE SALEOne 6-foot Deering
binder, in good running order, $30
cash. A. H. Johnson, Boute 5,
box 9, Princeton. 29-2tc
FOB BENTA seven-room house in
village of Princeton, suitable for
one or two families. Apply to
Chas. S. Grow, Greenbush. 29-2tc
FOB SALEOne size 4 Geiser clover
huller with all attachments, all in
first-class condition, used not to
exceed 15 days, for sale at $300 by
Geo. Borgmann & Co.. Sauk
Minn. 28-tfc
FOB SALEA Champion binder,
cheap for cash. Apply to Mrs.
Samuel Hamilton, 3 miles west of
Princeton. 27-tfc
FOB SALEA mower, rake, culti
vator and De Lavalle cream separ
ator Inquire of Hiram Bullis.
Princeton. 26-tfc
FOB SALETwo hundred hives,
two stories high, with two supers
in each hive: a number with
foundations: also hives containing
brood combs. Aug. Gerth, Boute
2, Princeton. 25-tfc
FOB SALEA 25 horse power gas
oline engine and sawmill with
shafting. Reason for sellingam
going to install a motor. Henry
Holthus, Boute 2, Princeton. 24-tf
FOE SALEAn 80-acre farm in the
town of Blue Hill. Part of the
land is black loam soil, the rest
sandy loam: 10 acres under cultiva
tion, the balance meadow, pasture
unimproved land: small barn
and outbuildings: the St. Francis
river runs through the land good
well of water. Price $2,600. half
cash and time given on balance.
Inquire of Chas. E. Brande,
Princeton, Minn. 30-2tc
WANTEDTeam of general purpose
mares, weight about 1,200 pounds
each. Call up Theo. Ziemann, at
B. W. Freer place, on Bural
phone. lt
TAKEN UPCame to my pasture
on July 2. a yearling heifer, red
and white, hornless. Owner may
recover same upon application to
J. E Foote, Boute 4, Prince
ton. 30-3tc
TAKEN UPCame to my place in
Blue Hillold Wheeler placea
two-year-old red and white heifer.
Owner may recover same by paying
expense of kep on application to
J. H. Fullwiler. 28-3tc
WANTEDFat cattle. Bring all
you have to Hummel's meat mar
ket, opposite starch factory, Prince
ton. 42-tfc
Unclaimed Letters.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
at the postoffice at Princeton, Minn.,
on July 13, 1912: Miss Ailce Tingel
et, Mr. Taylor Winter, Mr. Bohert
Wilson, John C. Wicktor, Mr. Olof
Byes (foreign), Mr. Milos Liro
(foreign). Please call for advertised
letters. L. S. Briggs, P. M.
ii in 11 **i 11
(A New Supply of
I Men's Shirts, Ties and Hose I:
E Men's negligee shirts, pongee $1.00 i
Men's negligee shirts, mohair $2.25
E Men's negligee shirts, pongee, detachable 3
When the Supply Exceeds the Demand.
All there is left for the owner of the supply is to take his medicine like a little
man. That's what we are doing We have a large supply of all kinds of building
material which we wish to keep on the move and to do so we have scraped the price
down to the last notch as an inducement to you fellows who want and need the stuff
The prices are going to move the stuff and move it quick
BENJAfllN SOULE, Manager
Main Street,
iiit. i i,,i i i.i ,ii i mi,iittt
i I I
(Successor to O. H. Gottwerth)
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
MT niM 1
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. ij *&
MI i i 11111 MI
*^I JS
$1,00 3
iinitinnntimn i
i,111 111 11
D*al*r in
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Both Telephones.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
i (Successor to Anton Falk) 4
I Wines, Liquors and Cigars
I Hamm's Beer on Draught
I You Trade is Solicited-^ PRINCETON, MINN.

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