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2 Pink astersMrs. Geo. Young
special.
GeraniumMrs. Albert Anderson
1st.
AstersGrace Staples 1st.
PansiesMrs. E. Mount 2d.
Pink astersMrs. Libby special.
Eed astersMrs. Libby special.
Purple astersMrs. Libby special.
White astersMrs. Libby special.
HONEY AND SUGAR.
Display of pickles in honeyMrs.
A. E. Shaw 1st.
Preserves in honeyMrs. A. E.
Shaw 1st.
Extracted honeyMrs. A. E. Shaw
1st, H. B. Brinks 2d.
Maple syrupMrs. David Raiche
1st, Mrs. Chas. Raiche 2d.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Five pounds dairy butterMrs. P.
B. Draxten 1st, Mrs. A. Bryson 2d.
Five pounds creamery butter
Princeton Co-operative creamery 1st.
Five pounds creamery butter, print
Princeton Co-operative creamery
1st.
Five pounds dairy butter, print
Mrs. Grace Tomlinson 1st.
Full cieam brick cheeseW. A.
Scheller 1st, Harvey Scheller 2d, Mrs.
W. A. Scheller 3d.
BREAD, PASTRY, ETC.
Boston brown breadMrs. M. H.
Cotton 1st, Mrs. Gilbert Shrode 2d.
Graham breadMrs. Bryson 1st,
Mrs Schrepel 2d.
Loaf of white breadLena Gebert
1st, Mrs. Mallette 2d
Rye breadMrs. M. A. Carlson 1st,
Mrs. A. Bryson 2d.
Pan biscuitsIda Schrepel 1st,
Mrs. Mallette 2d.
Cinnamon rollsMrs. M. A. Carl
son 1st, Mrs. Mallette 2d.
Angel cakeMis. A. Bryson 1st
and 2d.
Chocolate lajer cakeMrs Gilbert
Clough 1st, Mrs. L. Rocheford 2d.
Jelly lajer cakeMrs. Gilbert
Clough 1st, Mis. A. Bryson 2d.
Sponge cakeMiss Adena Carlson
1st, Mrs A W Bauleke 2d
Sugar cookiesMis Wra. Heckler
1st, Mrs. C. A. Campbell 2d.
Ginger cookiesMis. Mallette 1st,
Ida Schrepel 2d
Apple pieMrs Gilbert Clough 1st,
Mrs. W. Hannay 2d.
Display of cookingMrs. Gilbert
Shrode 1st, Mrs. M. L. Howard 2d.
Spice cakeMis. L. Rochefoid 1st.
Nut cakeMrs Patchen 1st.
Devil's food-Octavia Rocheford
1st, Mis. W. Millei 2d.
Chocolate loaf cakeOctavia
Rocheford 1st
Gold cakeMrs. W Miller 1st.
DoughnutsMrs. M. F. Howard
1st, Mrs. L. Rocheford 2d.
Chocolate cookiesMrs Gilbert
Shrode 1st.
Daik cookiesMrs. Nels Robideau
1st.
RocksMrs. Gilbert Shrode 1st.
Butteied cookiesMrs. Gilbert
Shiode 1st.
Peanut cookiesMrs Gilbert
Shrode 1st.
Carawaj cookiesMrs Gilbert
Shrode 1st.
Oatmeal cookiesMrs. Gilbert
Shrode 1st.
TrilbiesMrs. Patchen 1st.
Jelly oilsMrs. L. Rocheford 1st,
Mrs. W Heckler 2d.
German coffee cakeMrs. L.
Rocheford 1st, Ida Schrepel 2d.
German apple coffee cakeMrs. W.
Lipp 1st, Mis L. Rocheford 2d.
Strawberry jam layer cakeMrs.
Geo. Young 1st.
Green tomato pieMrs W. Hannay
1st.
Blackbeiry pieMrs W Hannay
1st
Bread from 100 per cent flourMrs.
Wm. Kaliher 1st, Mrs. M. Kaliher
2d, Mrs Gens 3d.
Cocoanut cookiesMrs. G. Shrode
1st.
Lemon pieMrs Shrode 1st.
CANNED FRUITS, ETC.
Blackbeny jellyMrs. Wm. Heck
ler special
Currant jellyGiace Stanley 2d.
Plum preservesMrs. Wm. Heck
ler 2d.
Peach picklesMrs. Wm. Heckler
2d.
Pear preser\esMrs. Wm. Heckler
2d
Pear picklesMrs Wm Heckler
1st-
Peach preservesMrs Wm. Heck
ler 1st, Ida Schrepel 2d
Blackberry jellyMrs Mina Bates
2d.
RaspberriesMrs. Shrode 1st,
Amanda Rehaume 2d.
CurrantsAmanda Rehaume 1st.
Bean picklesAmanda Rehaume
1st, Mrs. W. Talen 2d.
Crabapple picklesAmanda Re
haume 1st, Mrs. C. Caley 2d.
Currant jellyMrs. C. Caley 1st.
Grape jellyMrs. C. Caley 1st.
Sweet tomato picklesMrs. C. L.
Campbell 1st, Mrs. William Talen 2d.
CherriesMrs. Shrode 2d.
Canned cornMrs. Shrode 1st.
Sweet picklesMrs Geo. Roos 1st.
GooseberriesMrs. Geo. Roos 1st,
Mrs. Andrew Bryson 2d.
CatsupMrs. George Roos 1st, Mrs.
C. L- Campbell 2d.
PlumsMrs Bryson 1st and 2d.
Gooseberry jellyMrs. Bryson 1st.
Cucumber picklesMrs. Bryson *2d.
CurrantsMrs. Bryson 2d.
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Pie plantMrs. Bryson 1st.
Pine appleMrs. Bryson 1st.
Display of canned goodsMrs.
Bryson 1st.
ChowchowMrs. Batileke 1st.
Canned beansMrs. T. Forster 1st,
Octavia Rocheford 2d.
White raspberriesOctavia Roche
ford 1st, Mrs. Rocheford 2d.
ApricotsOctavia Rocheford 2d.
Canned peasMrs. Rocheford 1st
and 2d.
Canned crabapplesMrs. Rocheford
1st.
Sweet cornMrs. Rocheford spe
cial.
ApricotsMrs. Rocheford 1st.
PearsMrs. Rocheford 2d.
StrawberriesMrs. L. Rocheford
2d.
Blue plumsMrs. L. Rocheford
1st.
Mixed picklesMrs. C. L. Camp
bell 1st, Florence Blocker 2d.
Plum jellyMrs. Harry Mott 1st,
Mrs. F. Howard 2d.
Sweet cucumber picklesMrs.
Harry Mott 2d.
CranberriesMrs. T. Forster 1st.
Pie plantMrs. T. Forster 2d.
Crabapple jellyMrs. C. L. Camp
bell 1st.
Sour picklesMrs. C. L. Campbell
1st.
Ground cherry preservesMrs. C.
L. Campbell 1st.
Compass cherriesCarrie Stone 1st.
Tomato preservesMrs. Ole Han
son 1st.
White Grape jellyMrs. A. Gebert
2d.
Chili sauceMrs. Small 1st.
Canned tomatoesMrs. Howard
1st.
Canned strawberriesPearl Lab
bissonniere 1st.
DewberriesMrs. Rocheford 1st.
DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES.
Embroidered sofa pillowMrs.
Eugene Ahl 1st.
White embroidered sofa pillow
Mrs. Eugene Ahl 1st.
Battenberg baby bonnetMrs.
Eugene Ahl 1st.
Embroidered collarMrs. Eugene
Ahl 1st.
DoilyMrs. Eugene Ahl 1st.
Embroidreed corset coverMrs.
Eugene Ahl 1st.
Darned towelMrs. Eugene Ahl
1st.
Embroidered pillow casesMrs.
Eugene Ahl 1st.
Lace pillow slipsMrs. Eugene Ahl
1st.
Cross stitch pictureMrs. M.
Showers special.
Crocheted tidyMrs. M. Ellenbaum
1st.
Roll rag carpetMrs. Mary Ham
ilton 1st.
Collection rugsMrs. Mary Ham
ilton 1st.
Set underwearMargaret Jensen
1st.
Crocheted booteesMrs. Talen 1st.
Pair infant's mittensMrs. Talen
2d.
Baby skirtMrs. Talen 1st.
Baby bonnetMrs. Talen 2d.
Baby jacketMrs. Talen 1st.
Baby hoodMrs. Talen 1st.
Baby dressMrs. Talen 1st.
Infant's hoseMrs. Talen 1st.
Pair mittensMrs. Talen 1st.
Wool piece quiltMrs. Hannay 2d.
Embroidered dressMrs. Plaas 1st.
Embroidered afghanMrs. Plaas
1st.
Embroidered handkerchiefMrs.
Plaas 1st.
Lace edge handkerchiefMrs.
Plaas 1st.
Lunch clothMrs. Plaas 1st, Mrs.
Borkowsske 2d.
Crochet bagMrs. Plaas 1st.
Knitted collarGrandma Dickey
1st.
Drawn work handkerchiefGrand
ma Dickey 1st.
Sofa pillowRena Winsor 1st and
2d.
Collection doiliesMrs. Bavier 1st.
Embroidered white centerpiece
Mrs. Bavier 1st.
Colored centerpieceMrs. Bavier
1st.
Embroidered jabotMrs. Bavier
1st.
Embroidered doilyMrs. Bavier
1st.
Drawn work slipsAgnes Eckdahl
1st.
Drawn centerpieceAgnes Eckdahl
1st.
Tatted handkerchiefMrs. Jerry
Kalkman 1st.
Tatted jabotMrs.Jerry Kalkman
1st and 2d.
Piece of tattingMrs. Jerry Kalk
man 1st.
Hooked rugChristine Johnson 2d.
Hardenberg centerpiece Hilda
Anderson 2d.
Skein knitting yarnMrs. Anita
Solberg 1st.
Weaving yarnMrs. Andrew Sol
berg 1st.
Bed cordMrs. Andrew Solberg
1st.
Milkweed pillowMrs. C. A. Will
iams 1st.
Crocheted laceMrs. C. A. Will
iams 1st.
Woven wool goodsMrs. Norberg
1st and 2d.
Collection wool rugsMrs. Noi
berg 1st.
Embroidered bagHarriet Mc
Millan 1st.
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RURAL SCHOOL EXHIBITS.
Pillow slipsMary Peterson, 1st,
Elvina Hartman 2d.
Battenberg workMary Thompson
1st.
ApronRuby Esler 1st, Laurel
Stoddard 2d.
ApronDorothy Hayes 1st.
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THE PBIKCETOK UKIOK THUBSPAY, SEPTEMBEB 19, 1912.
Embroidered doilyHarriet Mc
Millan 1st.
Darned towelsEsther McMillan
1st.
BedspreadsMrs. O. Larson 1st.
Lace dressMrs. Henry Uglem 1st.
Hooked rugMrs. Gilbert Clough
1st.
QuiltMrs. Gilbert Clough 1st.
Silk quiltMrs. Frede Olson 1st.
BooteesKatherine Idam 1st.
SocksKatherine Idam 2d.
Embroidered centerpieceAgnes
Eckdahl 1st, Mrs. Mallette 2d.
Fan quiltMrs. Solon Heath 1st.
Acorn draperyMrs. L. Erickson
1st.
Lace centerpieceMrs. Jacob Mahl
er 1st.
Infant's booteesMrs. Jacob Mahl
er 2d.
Crocheted bedspreadMrs. Wicktor
2d.
Pair socksMrs. Wicktor 1st andinsane,
2d.
Collored centerpieceClara Roos
2d.
Embroidered apronClara Roos 2d.
Sofa pillowMrs. David Raiche 2d.
Battenberg centerpieceMrs.
David Raiche 1st.
Embroidered centerpieceMrs.
David Raiche 1st.
Crocheted doiliesMrs. David
Raiche 1st.
Hand-made laceMrs. David
Raiche 1st and 2d.
Sofa pillowMrs. Slagter 2d.
Embroidered collarMrs. Bavier
1st.
Knitted laceMrs. Bauleke 1st.
Embroidered dressMrs. Bauleke
2d.
Set napkinsMrs. Bauleke 1st.
Sofa pillowMrs. Wm. Hartman
1st.
Dresser scarfMrs. Langseth 1st.
Collar and cuff setMrs. Hanscomb
1st.
CenterpieceMrs. C. Whitney 1st.
Cotton quiltMrs. C. Whitney 1st.
Dresser scarfMrs. Martin John
son 1st, 2d and 3d.
Dresser scarfMr. Martin Johnson
1st.
CenterpieceMrs. Martin Johnson
1st and 2d.
CenterpieceMrs. Martin Johnson
1st.
Knitted shawlMrs. Crompton 1st.
Crocheted bedspreadMrs. Ludgate
1st
Laundry bagAlvina Olson lit.
Bureau scarfAlvina Olson 1st.
Sofa pillowMrs. Hattie Mott 1st.
Collar and cuff setMrs. Hayes 1st.
CenterpieceMrs. Hayes 1st and
2d.
Silk patch quiltMrs. Hayes 1st
Wool sweaterMrs. Hayes 1st.
QuiltMrs. C. R. Sanford 1st.
TidyMrs. Calvin Olson 2d.
CenterpieceAnna Armitage 1st.
Darned curtainsAnna Armitage
1st.
Rag rugMrs. C. L. Campbell 2d.
RugMrs. C. L. Campbell 2d.
CollarMrs. Pitmon 1st and 2d.
Pillow slips Mrs. Winblad 1st.
Sofa pillowMrs. Geo. Hanson 1st.
Silk slippersMargaret I. King
1st.
CenterpieceMrs. Small 2d.
Table scarfMrs. Mallette 1st.
Embroidered pillowMrs. Lipp 1st.
Sideboard coverMrs. Carleton 1st.
Sideboard coverMrs. Carleton 1st.
CenterpieceMrs. Petere Anderson
2d.
Dresser scarfGertrude Neuman
2d.
Hand-made noveltyGertrude
Neumann 1st.
TowelGertrude Neumann 2d.
ApronGertrude Neumann 1st.
NightgownGerrtude Neumann
1st.
QuiltGertrude Neumann 1st.
BedspreadMrs. Louis Ericson 1st.
Novelty rugMrs. Workig 1st,
Fancy bagEunice Neely 2d.
Necktie rackEunice Neely 1st.
NightgownEunice Neely 1st.
Pillow slipsEunice Neely 1st.
Embroidered apronEunice Neely
1st.
Bible coverMargaret Armitage
1st.
Eylet doilyEunice Neely 1st.
Embroidered towelRosie Hummel
1st.
Sofa pillowClair Newton 1st.
Punch work towelMrs. Bavier
1st.
Embroidered towelMrs. Bavier
1st.
Lunch clothMrs. Bavier 1st.
QuiltMrs. Bavier 1st.
QuiltEunice Neely 1st.
Rag carpetMrs. C. L. Campbell
1st.
Silk crazy quiltMrs. Hannay 1st.
Eyelet tray clothMrs. Rocheford
1st.
Log cabin quiltAdena Carlsson
1st.
Drawn towelMrs. Ole Larson 1st.
CenterpieceMrs. Hayes 1st.
Crocheted lunch clothChristine
Johnson 1st.
CenterpieceMrs. D. Raiche 2d.
NORTHWESTERN HOSPITAL
AND SANITARIUM.
(ESTABLISHED 1900)
A private institution which combines all the
advantages of a perfectly equipped hospital
with the quiet and comfort of a refined and
elegant home. Modern in every respect. No
contagious or other objectionable cases
received. Bates are as low as the most effi
cient treatment and the best trained nursing
will permit.
H. C. COONEY, M. D.,
iledical Director,
IDA M. THIEL. Superintendent.
PROTECTION
I pays to protect the
horses against the ter
rible tortures inflicted by
flies. If protected they
will do more work and
save you money. I have
special prices on covers.
Look Them Over
J. H. Hoffman
The Harness Man
WheatFrank Hurley 1st, Herbert
Hill 2d.
Burbank potatoesUels Pedeison
1st, Herbert Hill 2d.
White cornFred Wesloh 1st, Leon
Rocheiord 2d.
Yellow cornJohn Schmidt 1st,
Willie Peterson 2d.
Green Mountain potatoesErnest
Rosin 1st.
Red onionsLawrence Hurley 1st.
Yellow dent cornArnold Reibe
stein 1st.
PlumsCarl Bergman special.
Late Rose potatoesClair Bemis
1st.
Triumph potatoesLeon Roche
ford 1st, Percy Craft 2d.
Irish Cobbler potatoesHerman
Williams 1st.
White carrotsAlvin Blair 1st.
White Globe onionsFred Stelloh
1st.
OatsLester Rehaume 1st.
BantamsMcKinley Gennow 1st.
PopcornIvan Deglman special.
BeetsMcKinley Gennow special.
PumpkinsFrank Leander special.
Pole beansPearl Labbissonniere
special.
CucumbersPeail Labbissonniere
special.
BedspreadEsther Peaison special.
Writing, 8th gradeGrace Peltier
1st, Allie Saxon 2d.
Maps, 8th gradeDorothy Schlegel
1st, Lillian M. Hed 2d.
Maps, Miss Waters' roomJoyce
Petterson 1st, Earl Manery 2d.
Maps, Miss Stevens' roomLillian
Wetter 1st, Myra Dickev 2d.
Painting, Miss Stevens' room
Esther McMillan 1st.
PaintingEsther McMillan 1st,
Eunice Neely 2d.
Map, Miss Whiting's, roomJohn
Berg 1st, Zetta Rice 2d.
Painting, Miss Whiting's room
Floia Falk 1st.
WritingLee Slater 1st, Clara
Henschel 2d.
PaintingGrace Staples 1st, Myrtle
Wicktor 2d.
MapEleanor Kaliher 1st, Janie
Umbehocker 2d.
PaintingBilly Caley 1st, Joyce
Briggs 2d.
PaintingMildred Howard 1st,
Arthur Kerrick 2d.
PaintingChas. Sorge 1st, Henry
Holthus 2d.
School exhibit Hayland school,
Eva Hatch teacher, 1st, district ~4,
school No. 1, Ida May Schmidt
teacher, 2d.
BedspreadBertha Pearson 1st.
Nut layer cakePearl Labbisson
niere 1st.
Jelly cakeIrene Walker 1st.
Angel foodOctavia Rocheford 1st.
MilletAlbert Wahlfors 1st.
CompositionLester Jesmer 1st.
Crayfish appendagesLaura Mc
Vicar and Grace Herdliska 1st My
ron Wallace and Leo Pohl 2d.
Collection insectsGrace Herdliska
1st, Hazel Davis 2d.
DrawingTony Briggs 1st.
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Farm Mortgages,
Insurance, Collections.
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First National Bank
of Princeton, Minnesota.
Paid up Capital, $30,000
A General Banking Busi
ness Transacted.
Loans Made on Approved
Security.
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I Security State Bank
Farm Loans
Princeton, Minnesota
Capital $32,000 Surplus $4,000
I JOHN W. GOULDING, President G. A. EATON, Cashier
Farm Lands Farm Loans
ricMillan & Stanley
Successors to
fl. S. RUTHERFORD & CO.
Princeton. Minnesota
We Handle the Great Northern Railway Co. Lands
s~ If Yo Ar in Need of a Board or a 3
Princeton Lumber Co,
W can sell you at a lower price
than anv other yard. Al that
we ask is that you will call and
give us an opportunity to con
vince you. V? V
I PRINCETON LUMBER CO.
fg GEO. A. COATBS, Manager 3
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^Will Photograph Anything, Anywhere at Any Time, Day or Nighty $
Clement's Photographs are as good as the best He makes a business of
.j, photographing family groups
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Interest Paid on Time De
posits.
Foreign and Domestic Ex
change.
S. S. PETTERSON, President.
T. H. CALEY, Vice Pres.
J. F. PETTERSON, Cashier.
M. M. Stroeter will conduct farm auctions either on commission
or by the day.
Princeton State Bank
Capital $20,000
Dot! General
Banking Business
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
J. J. SKAHEN,
Cashier.
Farm Lands
Load of Lumber see the 3
th ir ho-nes Ocd people a specialty Stock buildmcs
etc Send a post card to box 3i or call ou me over Mark's store and 1 will be with you'
Post card printing Bring in our negatives or films and I will print your cards for 5
E CLEMENT. Princeton!
VfOU can see the 3 horse power engine called
Dan Patch, from the M. W. Savage Fac-
I tories, inc., at my place, also the Dan Patch
manure spreader. Come and see the wonder- I
ful bargains. I
I L. E. SVARRY I
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