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M/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
pricejyou pay.
Special: 50 suits, odd lots,
one suit oi 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
Shoot to Hit
The Remington Cubs
hang up anew shooting record
MoreTheir Use Guarantees the Life
the Continued Accuracy of your Arm.
96 years of gun-making50 years of cartridge-making
have taught us
To make cartridges noted for straight
shootinghard-hittingsure-fire. To attain
ammunition accuracy without impairing gun ac
curacy. To make for each kind of arm the
cartridge it requires to shoot its bestand to
keep shooting its best.
There is a Remington-UMC cartridge specially made
for your rifleyour pistol. Every Remington-UMC
cartridge is tested in the arm for which it is made.
Our Guarantee is behind these cartridgesand behind
any standard arm, to the full extent of the maker's
own guarantee, when these cartridges are used.
Shoot the cartridges that shoot straight. Shoot the
cartridges that keep your gun shooting straight. Shoot
Remington- UMC cartridges. 9
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
New York Cite
What's in a Pedigree
A pedigree is a guarantee
of qualityWhen you buy a bull
you look up his ancestorsThe Stickney Engine has
a pedigreeLook it up.
Peterson & Nelson
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Peterson & Nelson Princeton, Minn.
Delays flre Dangerous
J-JURRY up and take advantage
of the going out of business
sale at Solomon Long's. The stock
of shoes is selling fast, but there
are still numerous bargains left
Call now and embrace this un
paralleled opportunity. 1^ *j*
Everything in the store must go in order to
effect a complete clearance.
Buy Your Footwear Now
Solomon Long
Exclusive Shoe Store Princeton, flinnesota
Fred McClellan returned from his
trip to the Pacific coast on Tuesday
evening. He left Minneapolis about
six weeks ago and has spent most of
his time since then in Washington
territory and Oregon. He intends
to go to Washington territory next
spring and engage in the lumber
Eev. J. S. Bouck will move into
the new house owned by S. Miller
on Main street. Mr. Bouck will re
main in charge of the Sabbath school
work during the year. His object in
remaining here is for the purpose of
giving his children the advantage
of school, in which they are leading
Will Campbell Sundayed in western
Herb and Art. Campbell were in
Santiago Sunday.
Indians started to dig potatoes for
Mr Glade on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fiero were
callers at the Campbell residence on
Mrs. Louis Norberg and son and
daughter were callers at the Egge
home on Sunday.
James Brown was strawing, the
road on Monday. I was badly need
ed in some places.
We are sorry to state that Henry
Glade has been on the sick list the
past week. Hope he will regain his
usual health in a few days.
A few more days of good weather
and the spuds in this neck of the
woods will all be out and then the
farmers will gather in their wealth.
I would pay farmers in this part
of the country better to dant less
potatoes and raise corn, hogs and
cattle. If they would plant corn on
the good ground where they grow
potatoes and cultivate it as well as
they do potatoes they would raise 35
to 45 bushels per acre, and that, fed
to hogs, would net them as much
money as potatoes, and then they
could ship their own hogs and realize
all there was in them.
Chas. Thompson is having a ce
ment floor put in his cattle barn.
Chas. Brande is hauling lumber
this week for a new barn, which he
will commence next week.
Mr. Scholey, wife and daughter, of
Princeton spent Sunday as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Swearinger.
Wm. Weldon and Frank Weldon
and children of Greenbush spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Swearinger.
John Bergstrom is putting the
finishing touches on Chas. Gaulier's
new barn. Charley has one of the
finest barns in the country.
Albert Eoman has completed his
job of setting the poles on the Blue
Hill telephone line, and stringing
the wire will soon be completed.
Donald Gillie returned to his home
at Stewartville on Tuesday after
spending the summer with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hutch
W. H. Thompson and wife are vis
itiong their son, Edwin, near Minne
apolis, who will soon leave to take a
position as a farm manager in Wis
Charley Kuhlman and Huber Lam
oreaux failed to make their regular
trip to Kragero last Sundav. You
bet there were two lonesome young
ladies that day in Kragero.
There are still some of our farmers
who have not finished digging their
spuds. If the weather man will only
give them another week of nice
weather they will get them all out.
Ben Carpenter has returned from
Mobridge, S. D., where he has spent
the summer. He reports some very
dry weather just east of the Missouri
river, but across the river on the
reservation they have had plenty of
rain. Ben has rented the Charlie
George house in Santiago and will
move his family there soon.
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I is decidedly winterish. Look
to your coal bins and wood piles.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell have
gone to the Pacific slope to spend
the winter.
Church festivals and entertain
ments are crowding each other thick
and fast a,t present.- ^g\f:*
The new Methodist minister, Bev.
Mr. Tower, and his family arrived in
town on Tuesday evening.
The Minneapolis Lumberman is of
the opinion that there will not be
many logs cut in the Rum river
pineries the ensuing winter.
Another railway survey is being
made through eastern Isanti county,
and the hopes of the people over
there are beginning to revive.
Dr. J. F. Whiting, accompanied by
Frank Stadden, was in town last
evening. The doctor reports that
scarlet fever is raging in the town of
Spring Vale, Isanti county.
Out in the eastern portion of
Princeton township, in what is des
ignated as the German settlement, a
neat place of worship, known as
"Zion church," has been erected.
Miss Marian Mudgett is attending
an art school in Minneapolis and is
meeting with gratifying success.
Miss Mudgett is a natural artist and
her parents have wisely concluded to
encourage her talents in that direc
We have sold many other remedies for,
Bkm trouble but none we could per
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D. D. D. Prescripts
C. A. Jack.
B^"Notices under this head will be Inserted
at one cent per word. No advertisement will
be published in this column for less than 15cts.
FOR SALEA house and lot in
Princeton. D. N. Hunt. 41-tfc
WANTEDTwo or three carloads of
cabbage. G. E. Rice Potato Co.,
Princeton. 42-tfc
FOR SALETwo 150-gallon galvan
ized oil tanks. Wm. Lipp & Co.,
Long Siding, Minn. 41-tfc
FOR SALEOne O. J. C. sow and 8
pigs. D. .N. Hunt, Prince
ton. 41-tfc
FOR SALEA choice lot of spring
sows, full blood Duroc Jerseys.
Arthur W. Steeves, Route 2,
Princeton. 41-4tp
FOR SALEPoland China pigs,
about 6 months old, pedigreed,
both sexes. S. E. Hoff, Route 4,
Foley, Minn. Tri-State phone. 418p
FOR SALEThe dwelling house
occupied by Thos. Kaliher in village
of Princeton. Apply to Aulger
Rines. 39-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
WANTEDTo buy, about five acres
of land within a mile of court
house. G. A. Barrett, Princeton,
Minn. ltp
FOR RENTTwo good farms.
Apply to L. E. Svarry. 43-tfc
WANTEDA girl for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. Swan Olson.
(First Pub. Oct. 17.)
Notice of Application for Liquor
County of Mille Lacs, ss.
Town of Isle Harbor.
Notice is hereby given, that ap
plication has been made in writing
to the board of county commissioners
of said county of Mille Lacs and filed
in my office, praying for license to
sell intoxicating liquors for the term
commencing on November 1st, 1912,
and terminating on October 31st,
1913, by the following person, and at
the following place, as stated in said
application respectively, to-wit:
Duncan H. McCuaig, on the first
floor of an iron clad building, two
stories, situated and being on lot 4,
block 17, Wahkon townsite, Isle Har
bor township, Mille Lacs county,
Said application will be heard and
determined by said board of county
commissioners of the county of Mille
Lacs at the court house in the vil
lage of Princeton in said county of
Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota, oh
Friday the first day of November,
1912, at one o'clock p. m., of that
Witness my hand and seal of said
county this sixteenth day of October,
A. D. 1912.
County Auditor. Mille Lacs County,
(Official Seal)
Notice of Application for Transfer of
Liquor License.
County of Mille Lacs,
Town of Isle Harbor
Notice is hereby given, that appli
cation has been made in writing to
the board of county commissioners
of said county of Mille Lacs and filed
in my office, praying for the transfer
from S. G. Byerly to W. F. Hackett
of that certain liquor license number
11, dated the 15th day of April, 1912,
duly issued to said S. G. Byerly by
the board of county commissioners
of Mille Lacs county and licensing
the said S. G. Byerly to sell intoxi
cating liquors for a period of one
year from the 1st day of July, 1912,
in the following designated place,
On the ground floor room of the
north half of that certain two story,
brick building situate on lots one (1)
and two (2), block fifteen (15), town
site of Wahkon, Mille Lacs county,
Said application for transfer will
be heard and determined by said
board of county commissioners of the
county of Mille Lacs at the court
house in the village of Princeton in
said county of Mille Lacs, state of
Minnesota, on Friday the first day of
November 1912, at one o'clock p. m.,
of that day.
Witness my hand and seal of said
county this 17th day of October, 1912.
County Auditor, Mille Lacs County,
(Official Seal)
(First Pub. Oct. 17)
Citation for Hearing on Petition to
Sell, Mortgage or Lease Land.
Estate of Jay N. Berg, Waldemar L. Berg,
Robert O. Berg and John L. Berg.
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs.
In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Jay N. Berg,
Waldemar Berg. Robert O. Berg and John
L. Berg, minor wards.
The state of Minnesota to the next of kin
and all persons interested in the sale of certain
lands belonging to said minors
The petition of Swan S. Petterson, as repre
sentative of the above named minors, being
duly filed in this court, representing that it is
necessary and for the best interests of said
estate and ofall interested therein that certain
lands of said minors described therein be sold
and praying that a license be to him granted
to sen the same:
Now therefore, you, and each of you, are
hereby cited and required to show cause, if any
you have, before this court, at the probate
court rooms in the court house, in the village
of Princeton, county of Mille Lacs, state of
Minnesota, on the 8th day of November, 1912.
at 10 o'clock a. m., why the prayer of Bald
petition should not be granted.
Witness the judge of said court, and the seal
of said court, this 14th day of October. 1912.
(Court Sean Judge of Probate Court.
Attorney for Petitioner,
Princeton, Minn.
Main Street,
Your Trace is Solicited
At O B. Newton's 1
gr Men's wool overshirts $1.00, $1.25, $1.35 =5
Children's toques and hockey caps.. ...25c, 35c, 50c 3
E Golf gloves in plain and fancy colors for chil- =3
g: dren, ladies and men. 25c and 50c 3
S~ Children's and ladies' wool mittens 25c 3
Before Buying Hosiery 1
See Our Line
Children's fine ribbed fleece, per pair 25c 3
g= Boys'heavy fleeced, per pair .....25c 3
Boys'and girls'lighter fleeced.. 15c 3
gj Children's wool ribbed, per pair 25c 3
|E Ladies'ribbed, top fleeced 25c 2
Ladies'ribbed, top fleeced 15c 3
S' Ladies' wool 25c and 5flr 28
E Men's wool..... 25c and SOc 3
Put Your Money Into a Good House
You have no doubt thought more or less about building a new
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.
(Successor to Q. H. Qottwerth)
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
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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. y yt ^f
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Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Pish and Game in Season.
Both Telephones.
Mala Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
(Successor to Anton Falk)
Wines, Liquors and Cigars I
Hamm's Beer on Draue-ht Draugh

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