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4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ^centseach "Sunkist Orange The Finest Gift for the Holidays Not a Seed in "Sunkist" Luscious-thin-skinned -juicy. Buy Sunkist Oranges by the box of your dealer. No other Christmas gift will be so appreciated. "SUNKIST" Wrappers bring Rogers Famous Guaranteed Table Silverware. Send name and full address for free premium list and premium club plan. Heavy Damages for Personal Injuries. The state supreme court last Fri day upheld the largest verdicts for personal injuiies its history, Mrs. A. Blaklev lecovenng, as a result, $33,615.35 and her husband, $16,026.- 15 They were permanently injured when a Minneapolis street car struck a carriage in which they were riding CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWERS EXCHANGE 139 N. Clark Street, Chicago, III. *'l-frM'*************+- *M"frM"fr*+#! n, i .a.!- i|..|..|.. E 4.4wiMii.iMjMjMMMiM^.MM^.8Mfr^.t..fc.fr.fc.fc.fr.yMjM^ io*^io o*e^: ^fr^. i^WillPhotograph Anything, Anywhere at Any Time, Day or Night Clement's Photographs are as good as the bet He makes a business of photographing family groups at th lr homes Old people a specialty Stock buildings $. etc Send a post card to box 34 or call on me over Mark & store and 1 will be with you Post card printing Bring in jour negatives or Mms, ind I will print your caifls for 5 (Successor to Anton Falk) DEALER IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars fiamm's Beer on Draught .,|.,||.,|ll.,|. CLEMENT, Princeton* Ready for Business I am now prepared to supply the public with Fine Groceries, Shoes and Dry Goods. Free delivery to any part of the village. Butter and Eggs Taken in Trade. J. A. NYBERG (Successor to L. E. Svarry) Northwestern Grocery Princeton, Minnesota G. F. PALTHEN PRINCETON, MINN. No 36 You Can Pick the Stickney Herd The fancy breeder won't sell His best bull because the future of his Herd depends on it We will let you pick our herd became our future depends on furnishing you quality. Peterson & Nelson IHBBB^BHaHHHH EXCLUSIVE AGENTS M^MHMi^Hl Peterson & Nelson Princeton, Minn. on November 20, 1908 Unclaimed Letters. List of letters remaining unclaimed at the Princeton postorhce on Decem bei 16, 1912 Mrs Caroline Modine, Mrs. Minnie Ames, Mrs. J. Peter son, Mr. Frank M. Smith. Please call for advertised letters. L. S. Briggs, P. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO MMMHWMUMtlllllMlimilllimillllllnlllll I will be a dull Christmas. Harry Head returned from the east on Sunday evening and reports his father much better. While bestowing your gifts remem ber the poor and destitute. The rich can take care of themselves, Miss Julia Delany, a former Prince ton teacher, is to be married this evening at St. Cloud to Notice of Hearing Upon Petition Freeholder. Sealed bids will be received by the board of county commissioners of Mille Lacs county, Minn., up to 1 o'clock p. on Tuesday, January 7th, 1913, for medical and surgical attendance on the county poor of Mille Lacs county for the vear 1913, togethei with all necessary medicines for the same. Said bids to be ac companied by a good and sufficient bond in the sum of $500, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties required, said bond to be ap proved by the boa*rd of county com. missioners. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids re ceived By order of the board of county commissioners Dated this 9th day of December 1912. W C. DOANE, 51-2t County Auditor. First Pub Dec 5, 19123t NOTICE. Persons holding county warrants numbered as follows COUNTS REVENUE 605 606 607 6C 625 612 631 617 676 678 690 717 802 853 838 843 910 613 652 919 681 92 539 718 618 536 124 682 130 656 608 806 8i2 813 921 909 8 2 619 653 671 687 265 691 906 837 832 845 854 16 934 932 g if 174 17998 839 841 907 929 980 975 974 979 1068 1020 1032 1033 1067 1018 1087 1092 1098 18170 944 945 972 977 1066 1034 981 1095 1225 1235 1245 1219 1256 __* yf *^Wi lMtMtM,MI MMtMM 4Frank B. Wright. In Solomon Long Princeton has a first-class boot and shoe maker, one who understands his business thoroughly C. H. Chadbourne won first prize at the state dairy show for butter. His exhibit scored 47 out of a possi ble 50 points. Gram quotations for today !No. 1 hard, 65 cents No. 1 northern, 62 cents No. 2 northern, 57 cents No. 3, northern, 52 cents corn, 38 cents: oats, 26 cents. This week's issue is not a fair sam ple of the Union, as the editoi has been troubled with sore eyes and could not see to write a line. In fact the paper has edited itself. Little Tom Neely had a close shave on Saturday. He was sitting in a sled near the depot when a special train came through. The horses were frightened by the screech of the locomotive and the cowcatcher came near getting Tom. However, he escaped without injury. An ox teamster, while unloading logs at Webster's landing, on the West branch, on Saturday was badly injured. A couple of heavy logs rolled onto him, and it required the united efforts of several men and a yoke of oxen to extricate the poor fellow from his perilous position. Dr. Cannght attended the injured man and on Monday Mr. Webster conveyed him to a hospital in Minne apolis. of Whereas, a petition signed by Olof Edstrom, a freeholder of school dis trict No. 13, in this county, repre senting that he is the owner of the following desenbed lands, situated in said district, to-wit ne^ of sej^ of section 2, township 38, range 27, which said land adioins school dis trict No 31, and that he desires to have said land detached from said district No 13 and attached to school district No 31 for the follow ing reasons, to-wit "That petition er also owns the swj^ of ne^ of sec tion 2, township 38, range 27. which adjoins the above described land and is in school district No 31 and is the fortj on which jour petitioner has his laim buildings and lives and he is desirous of having his whole farm in one school district, to-wit dis trict No. 31 has been presented to the county board of Mille Lacs count}, and asking that his said lands may be set off fiom said dis trict No 13 to said district No 31, and the said board has appointed a time and place lor hearing thereon. Therefore, notice is hereby given, that Sdid petition will be heard b} said board, at a session theieof, com mencing on the 7th day of Januarj, A 1913, at 2 o'clock in the after noon, at the office ot the county aud itor in the village of Princeton said county, at which time and place the said board will hear the evidence and the arguments of all persons in terested, for or against granting the prajei of the petitioner Dated at Princeton, Minn Dec. 16th, 1912 By order of the county board W. C. DOANE, County Auditor and Ex-Officio Clerk of Board (Official Seal) 52-2t Sealed Proposals. 611 630 616 692 681 688 716 801 814 835 920 828 805 627 623 654 674 534 708 799 847 810 917 918 930 610 629 521 689 677 686 715 800 851 834 925 928 922 173 410 840 836 842 846 538 683 680 467 703 798 833 815 923 926 931 908 924 18275 614 804 949 963 983 18446 44 807 948 973 947 1022 1037 1085 1088 602 961 978 985 1024 1035 li93 1027 eto 18701 4 9 946 844 976 425 1031 984 1089 1069 7021 1028 1084 1086 1030 16721 1091 1101 COUNTY BOAD AND BRIDGE 1226 1228 1230 1231 1232 1233 1236 1237 1238 1240 1242 1243 1246 1249 1253 1199 1200 1182 1046 1050 1211 1220 1201 1205 1257 1203P 1204 1234 1244 1192 117 P^ment Inter9 io will please present same to the countv treas- XE\]r Ml rIl est on the above numbered warrants will cease thirty days from and after this date Dated at Princeton, Minn Dec 5 1912 OTTO 3EHSCHBL. County Treasurer, Mille Lacs Co #I^HAPPY WOMENf I Plenty of Them in Princeton, and Reason for It. Wouldn't any woman be happyj" after years of backache suffering, days of misery, nights of unrest, the distress of urinary troubles, when she finds freedom? "Many Princeton readers will profit by the following: Mrs. S. Farrington, Princeton, Minn., says- "About two years ago my kidneys became sluggish. My back pained me almost constantly and my head never ceased to ache. I did not rest well, had a poor ap petite and was nerveus. My mother finally got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills for me and after using them a short time, I was entirely relieved. I can still endorse Doan's Kidney Pills in the highest terms My ad vice to anyone afflicted with kidney complaint is to give this remedv a trial." For sale by all dealers or upon re ceipt of price, 50 cents. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the nameDoan'sand take no other. Good School Report. Keport of school in district 36, Sherburne county, for month ending December 16: Number of days taught, 20 number of pupils en rolled, 26 average'daily attendance, 18. Those perfect in attendance were Nettie and Ruth Northway, Orrin Brande and Harry Belair. Those absent three days or less were Laura, Carl and Maggie Johnson, Julia and Mary Kaliher, George and Dick Sweannger, Francis North way, Mabel and Roy Belair, Claribell Fullwiler, and Mrytle and Oscar Wahl. Alice Taylor, Teacher. WANT COLUMN I 2 ^"Notices under this head will be inserted at one cent per word NO .advertisement wiU be published in this column for less than 15 cts FOR SALE. FOR SALE OR TRADE-A new double work harness. Apply to N A Lmd, box 570, Minneapolis, Minn. 52-tfc FOR SALE, CHEAPA fine 80-acre farm in Greenbush township, 4 miles from Long Siding. Him melman, Mankato, Minn. 49-4tc WANTEDClover seed and timothy seed at Caley Hardware Co. 's store Highest market prices paid. 47-tfc FOR SALEA house and lot located on Main street, Princeton In quire of Yerne Mott, Route 2, Princeton Tn-State phone 47-tfc MISCELLANEOUS. WANTEDOats and good dry corn Will pay better than shipping prices. Frank Michael, one mile west and one mile south of Prince ton 52-2tp HIDES AND FURSWill pay YOU as high as $8 for your large dark mink, 35 cents for large winter rats, $1.25 for weasel and $5 for black skunk Will buy every day until Christmas at my fur house, north of Byers' store, Princeton, Minn Allen Hayes 51-tfc FOR SERVICE-A land China boar. Route 4, Princeton. registered Po- L. J. King, 52-4tc Notice. Whosoever holds order No 272, of school district 50, Sherburne county, dated July 18, 1910, for the sum of $15.15, will please present at Security State bank, Princeton, for payment without delaj. E Latta, 51-tfc Treasurer of District 50 Notice. All persons having any claims against the Baldwin & Blue Hill Telephone company are hereby noti fled to send in such claims to M. B. Mattson, secretary, within 30 days of the date of this notice. After that date all bills will be void. Dated Dec. 5, 1912. 50-3tp Sealed Proposals. Sealed bids for the official county printing of Mille Lacs countv, Min nesota, for the year 1913, will be re ceived by the board of county com missioners of said county, at the countv auditor's office in the village of Princeton, up to 1 o'clock p. m., on Tuesday, January 7th, 1913. The county board reserves the right to reject any or all bids received. Dated this 9th day of December, 1912. F. CATER, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, Mille Lacs County, Minn. 5i-2t ITS DIFFERENT NO DUST SHINE STAYS 'SrOyPjpOLlStf IjUSED AND SOLD BY 5^ HARDWARE DEALERS GET A CAN TODAY 4 i/*- Princeton Main Street, ^JV^^V a IWe Invite Yoti Before buying a stove or range elsewhere come in and let us show you where you can save money as well as fuel. We invite you to visit our Stove Section, where we will show you a most complete line of the famous "Quick Meal" Ranges in many different styles. These S ranges are in a class by themselves, and are the best 2? that brains and money can ever produce. 0 |CaleyHdw.Co.f 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 vou 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 buflding material. CALEY LUMBER CO. BENJAfllN SOULE, Manager Seasonable Gifts Bells for Christmas Hoffman robes are winners. A fur robe makes an elegant present, as does also a string of bells. I havejm also a splendid line of single harness at $12.50 a set. jj& Come in early and do your Christmas shopping in our line. Prices always right and quality always the 5* best. Harness oiled for $1.00 a set. J. HOFFMAN The Man Who Serves You Best ^B^B^B^B^B ^B^B^B I^I^M^I^i^k^ll ^^*^^^^^^*^*m^^m^0+0*m^m^ A. C. SMITH (Successor to G. H. Qottwerth) Prime Meats of Every Variety, Poultryy Fishy Etc. Highest market prices paid for Cattle ami Hogs. L. C. HUMMEL Dl*r i a Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard, Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Both Telephones. Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn. i, "SPr 3 1 A Minnesota^ Princeton. m**m^**^******^'^**a^^^^0m^*m ^e few*'