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*1EAIUHK0IIN6GQ ii r*i^"^i^j tn_i ^^i^^i*i*a^^a ^W-E We Carry in Stock at All Times the Best Makes of PIANOS AND ORGANS W M] A^^^^ ERIT 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. AVERY Clothing House Violins, rtandoiins Guitars, Edison and Victor Phonographs, Records and Small flusical Instruments, and we are agents for the White and New Home Sewing Machines Call and Examime Our Stock Ewings' Music Store One Door East of Union Office PRINCETON Trade With Us If we beat you by selling you a Stickney Engine, you know where to find us. If we give you the merit we claim to have in the Stickney Engine, you will add one more satis- fied customer to our list of Stickney mers which is our stock in trade. Our interests are mutual Yours in securing the best engine and ours in retain- ing your trade and everlasting respect. Come in and let us show you. Peterson & Nelson EXCLUSIVE AGENTS Peterson & Nelson Princeton, Minn. NITRO CLUB SH%TrSHELLS age ^Cut down the lead Cut down the guesswork Shoot the speed shells and your field and trap aver- The steel lining gives the speedgrips the powder charge with just that compression needed to put all the drive of the explosion behind your load. And with Expert Factory Loading, you're sure of the same speeda uniform spread of pattern in each and every shell. Shoot Arrow and Nitro Club steel lined Expert Factory Loaded Shells for speed plus pattern in any make of shotgun. Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. 299 Broadway NewYork City No Mille Lacs County Taxpayer Can Afford to be Without the Union THE PBiyCETQy TJtfltoST: ^THURSI)if 1"""M IIIMMIIIIMIM*y TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO IMHHHHHMHHMMN Wheat quotations today: No. 1 hard, 65 cents STo. 1 northern, 62 cents No. 2 northern, 57 cents. The local happenings have been overlooked this week, but they will keep. Princeton sent her quota to the state fair, and she will be well rep resented at the district fair in St. Cloud next week. C. H. Chadbourne captured half a dozen prizes for blooded stock at the state fairtwo first prizes for Jer seys, two first prizes for Holsteins and two second prizes for Shorthorns. He also received first premium for butter. Our people were surprised and shocked on Monday evening when it became known that Dr. D. A. Caley was no more. He had been confined to his residence for a few days, but his most intimate friends did not suppose he was dangerously ill. Mr. Caley himself did not suppose that there was anything serious the mat ter with him and refused to allow his family to summon medical assis tance. On Monday evening, how ever, in answer to a telegram from T. H. Caley, Dr. O. C. Tarbox of Elk River arrived. The practiced eye of Dr. Tarbox at once told him that Mr. Caley was a very sick man. Dr. Canright was called in for con sultation and, upon a personal exam ination, Dr. Tarbox, who was an intimate friend of the deceased) ex claimed, "My God, it is too late!" The doctors found that the right lobe of the lefft lung was completely solidified. A few tmtes after the doctors' examination Daniel A. Caley drew his last breath. Autos Collide. On Friday afternoon automobiles riven by Gordon Young and Fred Scalberg collided near the S. P. Woodman residence on First street and the air was immediately filled with humanity. The front wheels were torn from Young's machine and the axle badly twisted, but Scalberg's auto ecsaped with slight damages. Will Neely, one of the occupants, re ceived a bad bruise on the left hand and George Rice, another passenger, sustained a cut in the left leg. I is fortunate that no one was killed. Books for Sale Cheap. The'following works, all as good as new, are offered for sale by J. C. Van Alstein: Library of Valuable Knowledge, 25 vols. Webster's Un abridged Dictionaiy, 1 vol. The World's Great Events, 5 vols.: Life of Lincoln, 4 vols. The People's Natural History, 5 vols. Civil and Indian Wars, 2 vols. Columbus vs. Columbia, 1 vol. Naval History of the United States, 2 vols.: History of Odd Fellowship, 1 vol. Life of Volatire, 2 vols.: Gibbons' Roman Empiie 5 vols. Macauley's Works, 16 vols. Men of Minnesota, 1 vol. Minnesota, 1 vol., History of'the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year, 3 vols. American Cyclopedia, 1% is. 37-3tc Wanted, men and teams. Wages from S4 to $5 per day also boys over 17, wages from $1.50 to $2 per day. Free board. Address A. C. Schindel decker, Clear Lake, Minn. 38-2tp WHAT'S THE REASON? Many Princeton People in Poor Health Without Knowing the Cause. There aie scores of people who drag out a miserable existence with out realizing the cause of their suffering. Day after day they are racked with backache and headache suffer from nervousness, dizziness, weakness, languor and depression. Likely the kidneys have fallen be hind in their work of filtering the blood and that is the root of the trouble. Look to your kidneys, as sist them in their workgi\e them the help they need. You can use no better remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. Below is grateful testimony from a sufferer in this locality. Mrs. A. V. Axtell, Foley, Minn savs: "Our experience with Doan's Kidney Pills has been very satis factory. We procured this remedy and it acted promptly and effective ly in removing lumbago and lame ness through the loins. We feel that we cannot recommend Doan's Kid ney Pills too highly.'' 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. Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby given that firm of Peterson & Nelson has soved partnership by mutual agree ment, and that O. W. Peterson will hereafter conduct the implement business and N. M. Nelson the black smith and woodworking business. All outstanding bills and notes due Peterson & Nelson up to August 1, 1912, will be collected by O. W. Pe terson, o. W. Peterson. N. M. Nelson. Princeton, August 27, 1912. the dis- ^SSTEMBET Church Topics Sunday and Weekday Announcements. METHODIST. Rev. Service's.subjects for Sunday: Morning, '10:30, "Wanted, a Change evening, 7:30, "Three Things." Special music by the choir. Mrs. Caley, musical director Miss Anderson and Miss Walker, organists. Sunday school, 11:45 a. m. Adna Orton, superintendent. Miss King will reorganize the Nor mal Teachers' Training class on Sun day morning at 11:45. All young people wishing to join are cordially invited. Brotherhood class at the close of the sermon. All men in vited. Epworth league Sunday even ing at 7 o'clock sharp, Gladys Foote, leader. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. All are invited to attend. Choir practice on Thursday even ing. CONGREGATIONAL. September 22Morning worship 10:30, snbject, "The Working Church." Prelude and postlude. Vocal solo, Miss Rita Byers anthem by the choir. Mrs. H. C. Cooney, director Mrs. Ben Soule, organist. Sunday school at 12 m. Evening service at 8 p. m. Music by Young People's choir and orchestra. The pastor will preach in the Oak Grove school house on Tuesday even ing, September 24, at 8 p. m. Farmers, Attention. If you have any fat cattle for sale notify L. C. Hummel at the meat market opposite old starch factory, Princeton, who will pay you South St. Paul prices for them and drive to your farm to get them. Hummel needs the cattle. 31-tfc Bids Wanted. Wanted, sealed bids for the erec tion of an addition to the Farmers' Co-operative creamery at Milaca. Plans and specifications can be seen at the creamery on and after Sep tember 21, 1912. Bids to be opened October 3, 1912. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Chas. Heilig, Secretary. WANT COLUMN ^"Notices under this head will be inserted as one cent per word No advertisement will he published in this column for less than 15 cts FOB SAL.E. FOR SALEThe whole of my house hold furniture. Must be disposed of at once as I am about to leave town. Cheap for cash. M. C. Brands. ltp FOR SALETwo dwelling houses in village of Princeton. D. N. Hunt, Princeton. 37-tfc FOR SALEA guitar, almost new, at half price. Call up on Tri-State phone No 1. itc FOR SALEThe dwelling house occupied by Thos. Kaliher in village of Princeton. Apply to Aulger Rines. 39-tfc FOR SALEOne 2-horse wagon, one plow and one iron drag. Will take a one-horse wagon in exchange. Richard Mount. lt FOR SALEAn eight room house and barn. Will take as part pay ment a team, farm machinery, etc. Henry Arnhold, Princeton. 36-tfc FOR SALEA 25 horse power gas oline engine and sawmill with shafting. Reason for sellingam going to install a motor. Henry Holthus, Route 2, Princeton. 24-tf FOR SALEA farm 7 miles east of Princeton, 81 acres, with 80 rods shore, on good lake, 65 acres in crop, land new. Will sell right. It will pay you to investigate. Ernest N. Johnson, owner, Route No. 4, Box 74, Princeton. 33-tf-lp FOR SALEFor sale, exchange, or will rentLumber yard, with shed 24x100 feet, and lumber house 48x48 feet, coal bins numbered from one to twelve, and yard room for piling lumber about 100x200 feet, office building of two rooms 20x28 feet, with Howe scale almost new, also eight room house with three lots space that can be used for such purpose as desired. Located about 100 feet from M. & St. L. depot and sidetrack to coal bins. Every thing in the best repair and ready for business. Will exchange for good farm property in the vicinity of Princeton, and give good terms to responsible party. Until about September 1 address at Rolfe, Iowa, and after that date see me at Princeton, Minnesota. N. A. Lind. Rolfe, Iowa. 33-tfc MISC ELLANEOUS. LOSTOn Saturday, a gold locket with "A. R. D." engraved on front and containing picture. Return to Union office for reward. lt WANTEDRoomers for large front chamber, strictly modernelectric lights, heat and bathroom. Mrs. E. A. Ross. 36-4tp WANTED10 cords dry, body maple stove wood R. S. Chapman, ltp if, 1912. ^P**"*^ H*^*^^*^^***^ Main Street, ^V**%**W**i^^*i^ *'i r I ^rnnimmminnfmmiitmfmmmmmmmmmmnmtfes I New Fall GoodsI Arriving Every Day at O. B. Newton's 3 Dress Goods 2 50 in. all wool whipcord at $1.50 3 36 in. all wool whipoord at gQc 3 36 in. all wool serges at 5QC 3 86 in. all wool plaids at 5QC 3 Silks 3 36 in. changeable messalines $1.50 =2 36 in. plain black messalines $1.50 i 36 in. satin in colors $100 3 36 in, black taffetas $L50 3 Art Goods 3 A New Line of Bags, Pillow Tops and Runners. 3 New ratanay pillow tops 5QC 3 New ratanay runners |5 3 New punch work pillow tops 5QC 3 Punch needles |c, Embroidery needles, per doz. 5c Our Line of Groceries is Always Fresh and Complete. 3 10. B. NEWTONI Put Your Money Into a Good House You have no doubt thought more or less about building anew home. Let us suggest that you look into the cost a little closer right now. We are making some very attractive offerings on house bills this fall, by taking advantage of which you will be consulting your own best interests, as our special house bill quotations at this time will enable you to save quite a sum of good money. As a matter of fact, we will make you very favorable quotations on bills of any kind. We have an exceptionally good stock of lumber and all kinds of building material. CALEY LUMBER CO. BENJAniN SOULE, Manager A. C. SMI T" (Successor to G. H. Gottwerth) Prime Meats of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc. Highest market prices paid tor Cattle and Hogs, ""~r^nil 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 like new on short notice. %j \jf "fc^**"*^^^*^^^***^*^*^^***^^^*^. Princeton. '^ll~^~iri inUln^U^^-ll^^^^_^^_|^- M"'M"* "TTTTTTv* J. M. JOHNSON JEWELER H" ^'1'! 4"t 4- L. C. HUMMEL D**l*r in Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Both Telephones. Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Mlwu. G. F. PALTHEN (Successor to Anton Falk) DEALER IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars Hamm's Beer on Draught Your Trade is Solicited~W PRINCETON, MINN.