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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 August 1881

If} ft W 'if.''' ^%%?&(1 .is' i V^4k, X* If you want anything in the boot and shoe line'go to the Peoples' Store. stock of large envelopes of the finest quality just received at the UNION office. A bi^r consignment of boots and ehoes of every variety and quality^ will arrive at Jesmer's in a few days. Ls i t. -i The Elk River 8tur is good county paper, and we are glad to know that its subscription list is growing tatf.^. Without* doubt Bines has, by al! odds, the birgeut aiock of boots and shoes ever before brougnt into Princeton. -^,v,? '*e pounds of old type for sale at the UNIOK. office, at 15 cents (cash) per pound. It makes the best kind of babbit. |pft$t Buy a suit of ready made clothing from ^.Rinw if vou want to look spruce when tfs^r.visii, Minneapolis'to see Bill King's big ftt^/Sfair. !A:.' ialii of ready bes incsRc1 tll made clothing on better terms than you can obtain at any of the retail sioiv.s down river. The hall over VanAMine's new store building being partitio...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 August 1881

i $r,THE BLIND MAN'S WREATH. -A Dying Mother's Yearning for Her Blind SonA Wreath for a BaU that Bound Two Hearts Forever Together. "My boy, my poor blind boy!" $$*}' This sorrowful exclamation bioke from h lips of Mrs. Oven, as she lay upon the -coach to which a long and wasting illness Jbad confined her, and whence she well faiew she never more was to rise. Her son, the only son of her widowed 'heart, the sole object of her cares and af afections, knelt beside her, his faoe bowed pon the pillow, for now only, in a moment of solemn communion with his mother, had h revealed the fatal truth, and told him ^stoe mast soon die. He had watched, and 'honed and trembled for many weary months, but never yet had he admitted to t&imself the possibility of losing her her -fading cheek and Bunken eye could not re weal to him the progress of decay, and so Song as the lo\ed voice maintained its music *o his ear and cheered him with promise of improvement, so long as her hand still clasped his...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 August 1881

HOUSE AND FAUM:^ Farming Brevities.^*,J. 'iVi-Tit 'V ,q According to the London Agricultural 5fij Gazette, tho "Sussex oittle" is the coming l& animal for farmers in all those districts where cattle breeding is distinct from dairy- J. ing. It can ad'd to the size and deep flesh to the scrub breeds. The Sussex and Seotoh v. polls seems coming forward together in the ,4 estimation of English breeders. i\ Alluding to the approaching faflrs,a writer '/'in the RutalNew YorJcer justly condemns .the to common practice' of competitors- hangino around the judges stands a prao tico which is aot only indelicate, but an noying to the judges. Use the colt gently and give him some bits of cracker or lumps of sugar or fruit ever time you put on his bridle or harness, and this will have the effect to make him do your own bidding, and even to open his mouth for the bit. There are few horses ,&at will not soon become gentle under gen tle and kind treatment. When you want him to take the bit p...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 August 1881

gfJWY 4 1 THE GUILELESS FARMER. A Hi A farmer had seven daughters, And but little else he had And the girls all had good appetites, And times were very had. He bribed the country paper To say in his cellar's mo\d He had hidden, being a miser, Seven kegs of red, red gold. He thought he knew human nature, That farmer, and he smiled When down the seventh rope-ladder he Saw elope his seventh child. But it is extremely doubtful If at the time he orsaw Their return with his fourteen grand children And seven sons-in-law. THE CHILD WITNESS. The Arnolds lived in the old brown house whidh you may have noticed at the right of the road just as you enter the vil lage of Pennsylvania, from the south. The house stands back about ten rods from the road, among peach and apple trees, and the path running up from the gate is bordered with pinks and moss. I should not speak so confidently it is five years since I saw* the village or the house, and perhaps the awful tragedy en acted under the moss-cover...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 September 1881

'V' i B. 0. DUNN, Publiaber.! GEO. MAHONEY 1 1 1' "i Princeton Minn., DEALERS IN Drng:s! AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines, Choice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, Etc., Etc. ENERAL STORE. S. M. BYERS, Main St., PKIXCSTON The LOwest Priced eyer known to the Retail Trade in Princeton. "A nimble sixpence is better than a slow shilling." N EWELL A. ROSS, DEALER IN Stationery, Assorted Candles* Canned Fruits, Dates, Figs, Walnuts, Pecans, Filberts, Almonds, Brazils, Peanuts, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes* At P. 0. Princeton, Minnesota. |-\CEAN STEAMERS. WHITE STAR LINE. FROM ANDTO EUROPE FROM NEW YORK. Procure through tickets by the cheapest and best line of Steamers to Liverpool and Queens town, Dublin, Belfast, Londonderry, Glas gow, Cardiff, Bristol, Bergen, Christiana, Ohristensand, Stavanger, Throudhjen, Bre men, Copenhagen, Gothen'mrgh, Groningr, Havre, Hamburg, Harlingen, Malmo, Paris, Rotterdam and other European continental cities, as well as tickets by rai...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 September 1881

PRINCETON UMON. R. C. iVVmj Fufyph^t. TEEMS:$2.00 pet /ear in W O N the last day of August,.in. Chicaeo, wheat for September delivery closed at 1.21 S-S/decikin^iroifl 1.301-2 daring the week.' T^-t^-rr GTHTTEAT* wants to be married toa Chris tian lady of wealtb and of first- class family. *If he believed su*i woman, or ttjy othe"r, would many him, tt,would be evidence of '.insanity. :l,- J)K. TASOKEE, reported dead. a Blland, is boring the people Pennsylvania with his insane theories of living vithoutGting. The citizens of the Keystone state believe in square meaSs. SECRETA RY BLAISE lis ,muh praised at home and abroad for teSSingthe truth- in re gard to the president's (Condition, and in language that 'would be wndeseUod by '(he masses of people who avremotnpintmedital signs aad technicalities. TBEsenth this year hus enjoyed a Re markable exemption from re$low-fever .and other diseases incident to the -season, and. ihe National Board of Health bave-suepend-f further inspections. I...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 September 1881

"IS THE MORNLNG." A True Incident of the War* From the Louisville Courier-Journal. "Do you see that young lady in white talking with Clarke?" The speaker was a tall, dashing looking man of thirty-live, in the uniform of a cav air? colonel in the confederate service. The time was a summer night in '63 the place, the hotel parlor in a small village of middle Tennessee. The occasion was. a "hop" given in honor of the presence of a detatchment of "Forest's cavalry," the dar ing riders whose names are household words in Southern homes, from the moun tains of Tennessee to the valleys of the Mississippi. The young lady referred to was a pretty, graceful girl, with dark grey eyes, waving hair of a dark, reddish gold, and tne exquisite oomplexion that so often accompanies it. "Wno.is she?" asked the colonel's com panion. "That is Pioton's sweetheart, Miss Gar- nett." "Not the same that saved his life after Shiloh?" said Captain Barclay. "The same," rejoined Colonel Terry. "She is a little cr...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 September 1881

in) ,i life and property is'very great. Ikmmmmwm t',' -V $ftfr of i^ ft' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. TEHMS, 2 O O E'er Year. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. j^TOnly Paper published in or within a circuit of twenty-two miles of Prince ton. Has an extensive circulation in Isanti and Sherburne counties and is read in every household in Mille Lacs county. Locals from 7 to 15 cents per line. One inch business card $6 per year, Rates for displayed advertisements made known on application at this office. All legal notices must be paid for be fore affidavit of publication is furnished All sorts of job work neatly and promptly executed. Job work for cash. porarily sever his connection with the sprightly Duluth Tribune. j.o-1 wft MJA* THE Apaches are on the war path in Arizona. TisiiUiBiiE forest fires are raging in northern Michigan. The loss of human TUBS Elk River Star is outspoken and unsparing in its denunciation of the hoodlums that infest that village. AS. B. PO...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 September 1881

A DISTRICT COURT i*r The Calendar of Causes fop General Term, Commencing Sept. 13th, 1881v''' Hon. James M. M. Kelyy, j,udge.,i D. A. Caley, clerk': i Chas. Keith, deputy-clerk. Arthur P. Howard, sheriff. ^[a t! A. P. Harmon, deputy-sheriff.-V it) i Jolm Crockett, deputy-sheriff 'ft A. P. Barker, county attorney.' GRAND JURY.'' Alctf Deshaw, Wm. F. Dunham, Jacob Scott, Daniel Bonney, Samuel Marshall, Sylvester Cone, S. M. {Byers, A. S. Bigelow, B. F. Scott, George Buck, Ilonry Belair M. V. B. Cater, Kobert Aycrs, B. M. VanAlstine, ,Wm. Dimmick, G. B. Reeves, J. Sowden, G. W. McFarlami, Wm. B. Cilley, A. J. Bullis, Noah Gates, Joseph NoKes, John O. Bede:i. i PETIT STJEORS. Nelson E. Jesmeiv-' Frank Newton, Wm. Martin, Frank Harper, Samuel Miller, Joseph Jesmer, John Gosg, S. B. Sutton, Thomas Lee, Lewis Rochefort, Harry Head, H. F. Perkins, Isaac Gillespie, M. Kennely, John A. Crook, Wm. Smith, W. A. Chisholm, Martin Leach, -f Peter Robideau, Charles Allen, H. C. Whitter, George Fogg...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 September 1881

*tn E rftcAic r.i. &A i -t,W!i1- lib Cr DISTRICT COURT.'"' The Calendar of Causes for General Term Commencing Sept. 13th, 1881. Hon. James M. M. Kelvy," judge.. i D. A. Caley, clerk. W.-JOS. Chas. Keith, deputy-clerk^"^,6- Arthur F. Howard, sheriff. 9 i*J$J i i A. Harmon, deputy-sheriff. .-*&> John Crockett, depuiy-sherifl? A Barker, county attorney. 1 1/{V GRAND JOTtY. M. V. B. Cater, ^TAlex Deshaw,' Robert Ayers, B. M. VanAlstine, Wm. Dimmick, G. B. Reeves, G. J. Sowden,"' G. W. McFarland, Wm. B. Cilley, A. Bullis, Noah Gates, Joseph Nokes, John 0 Beden. PETIT jr/r.ons. Nelson E. Jesmer/ Fran Newt ou, Wm. Martin, .Frank Harper, Samuel Miller, Joseph Jesmer, John Goss, S. B. Sutton, Thomas Lee, Lewis Rochefort, Harry Head, H. F. Perkins, Isaac Gillespie, M. Kcnnely, John A. Crook, Wm. Smith, W. A. Chishohu, Martin Leach, Peter Robideau, Charles Allen, H. C. Whitter, eorge Fogg, G. Eiiierson, D. G. Chiaholm. CASES FOR TRIAT.. In the m&tter of the procedings to en forc...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 September 1881

UJUEF. "X toll yen, hopele^ giief id passionless. Tuat only men iuciednloua of deepiir, Hall-taught anguish, tnrough tne midnight air 'Boat upward to God's throne in load access Of aiuiekiug and reproach. Full deaertneas Jd eonUj as countries heth silentburn Oinder the blanching, vertical eye-glare Of the absolute heavens. Deep-hearted man, express Orief for thy dead in silence like to death Moat like a monumental statue set i la. everlasting watch and moveless woe, "Till itself crumble to the dost beneath. Touch it the marbleeyelids are not wet Mi it could weep, it could arise and go. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. FOSTER'S TEN WIVES. Philadelphia Rlvalof the Richmond BigamistHour He courted Hl Numerous Partners In Various Sections of the Coun- tryIs He the Alan Recently Arrested? from the Philadelphia Press. A most remarkable coincidence in con roeetion with the arrest on Thursday in Xiynn, Mass., and Che arraignment yester day in Boston of Arthur Merrittor Foster, Use bigamist and f...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 September 1881

,**,*!&8V," snasssTNiw***^* EQUUD RHEUMATISM, FOR Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tvoth, Ear and Headache, Froste* Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. Kc yreparation on earth equals ST. JACOB* Oft u a safe, sure, simple and cheap External Hemedy A trial entails but the compeu-atiyely 'trifling outlav of 50 Cents, and every one suffering 'with pain can have cheap and positive proof of in -claims. Directions in Eleven Language!. BOLD BY ALL DfiJOGI8T8 AHD DEAIEBS IH MEDICINE. A. VOGELER it, CO., T!nltimnre,Md.,U..A CL0U6H & WARREN ORGANS BEST IN THE WORLD. Send for stow Prices and liberal NATHAN FORD, Sole Agent for "New Northwest," 96 East Third Street. St. Paul. It Is the resnlt of 2 0 years' exncrtenoetcnd experiments in Sewing Machines, it oouninu-tho good points of all present and former make*, and not a one man "or one idea machine,aaothers ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 September 1881

4 r* i. iiRIEF. asE^fi4 THE BRIDE OF THE CARNIVAL. j "Does she really love me?" said Captain Ernst von Steinberg, aid-de-camp to King Louis of Batavia, as be left the presence of the young and beautiful Baroness Anna yon Graffenberg, the belle of Munich, "or is she the heartless coquette which com mon rumor makes her?* As he passed down the staircase, he en 1 countered the baroness* pretty French chambermaid, Lisette. "Lisette, you are looking charmingly to daydo you know it?" "My mirror told me so this morning," said the soubrette, looking up boldly into his face. "Whatlips! what eyesland what a figure!" said the soldier. "But, do you know, I think you would look infinitely prettier in a lavender silk robe, with cherry colored tf ribbons?" t* "Very possible, monsieur," answered the waiting maid "but that costs moneyand how is a poor girl like me to dress like a lady?" "I have thought of that difficulty," said Earnest, "and have provided a rem edy. Will you allow me to present you w...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 September 1881

\r. B. G. DUNN, Publisher. EO. MAHONEY & CO., Princeton, Minn., DEALERS IN AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines, Choice Cigars, Pare Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, Etc, Etc. pi ENERAL STORE. 8. M. BYERS, Main St., PRINCETON. The Lowest Prices ever known to the Retail Trade in Princeton. "A nimble sixpence ia better than a slow shilling." lyEWELL A. ROSS, DEALER IX Stationery, Assorted Candles* Canned Fruits, Dates, Figs, Walnuts, Pecans, Filberts, Almonds, Brazils, Peanuts, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. At P. 0. Princeton, Minnesota. r\CEAN STEAMERS. WHITE STAR LINE. FROM AND TO EUROPE FROM NEW YORK. Procure through tickets by the cheapest and best line of Steamers to Liverpool andQueens toWn., Dublin, Belfast, Londonderry, Glas gow, Cardiff, Bristol, Bergen, 'Christiana, OhrUtensand, Stavanger, Throudhjen, Bre men, Copenhagen, Gotheni-urgh, Groningr, Havre, Hamburg, Harlingen, Malnio, Paris, Rotterdam and other European continental cities, as -well as tickets by rail to...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 September 1881

PRINCETON UNION. *&4' -5 HWX*'"1 \.Wn'MWi^in" 0. DUNN, Publisher. TERMS:$2. 00 per year in advance. THE DATS^ DOINGS. Condensed from the Most Reliable Tele graphic Dispatches tip to the Time ot Go ing to Press with this Side of our Paper. PRESIDENTIAL PARAGRAPHS. In an interview with J. 0. Blackburn, M. 0., cf Kentucky, he said: *1 think he is being butchered by the doctors and that he will die." He then went on to speak in the highest terms of the president, whom he had known well, and said: "I have served on committees and sub committees with him very often and have al ways found him a splendid fellow. As far as he is concerned he will do his duty and treat the south with kindness "Do you think, in case of his death, and after the universal ex pression of sympathy from the south, the stal wart element, if that was to succeed to power, could have the temerity to treat the south with unkirdness!" *WThy certainly they could if you would turn the state over to the devil you could ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 September 1881

tf "if-iH1 N PHENOMENA OF DEATH. Erroncoimiess of the Popular Notion as to Tlio Death AgonyDeath a Phyaiolog eal iroco-a, ami It ami Puiu Seldom do To gether* 3 Thomas D. Spencer M. in popular Science* Monthly. L* It is our purpose to discuss, as briefly as j\i possible, some most important aspects of dissolution. Addison says that there was i %gnothing in history more imposing than, nothing so pleasing and affecting as, the "1feJ|accounts of the behavior of eminent per ^sons in their dying hours and Montaigne JlTremarks, while speculating on death, that, ipof ail the passages in the annals of man fjtkind, those that attracted and delighted him /most weie the words and gestures of dying i-^men. ''If I were a maker of books," he *r^ continues, "I would compile a register with comments of various deaths, for he who would teach men to die would teach them to live. There are three elements present edin this fear of death: 1. The extinction of life's pleasures, interests and hopes to .^w...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 September 1881

tg ttlmpmglftpm^^ tf' .'MB8R8?' H-MKS 'mm PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY NDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN I POLITICS. rTE2^^iIS, 2 OO Eez "STeax. B.C. DUNN, Publisher. /"N jkpTOnly Paper published in or within a circuit of twenty-two miles of Prince ton. Has* an extensive circulation in Isanti and Sherburne counties and is read in every household in Mille Lacs county. Locals from 7 to 15 cents per line. One inch business card $6 per year. Rates for displayed advertisements made known on application at this office. All lccjal notices must be paid for be fore affidavit of publication is furnished All sorts of job work neatly and promptly executed. Job work for cash. THE GILMAN BOOM. Northern Minnncsota is entitled to the next governor, and her rights should be respected. Emphatically, again, we are first for Charles A. Gilman for governor of Minnesota.-Brainerd Tribune. Nearly all the counties in this section .of the State heartily endorse Lieut.-Gov. Gilman for governor, and will labor to that ejid.-...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 September 1881

vm w&J-.'V DISTRICT COURT. ^.r^. IV^V' TAX LIST 0,X STHE SUPERVISORS OF THE TOWN OF PRINCETON SUSTAINED. McOauley Fails to Come to Time and His tr Father Pays the FineNo Indiot- mentsProceedings in Detail. District court convened Tuesday foTe aaoon, Judge McKelvy presiding with his wanted case and dignity. Twenty-one .grand jurors responded to their names when the roll was called the Judge's charge .was short and pithy, and yet he minutely instructed them as to what their duties were. The grand jury re mained in session until Thuraday morn ing and were discharged without find ing an indictment or evening making a presentmentand be it remembered four fifths of both the grand and petit jurors were farmers. There were only two jury ttrials, that of Orr vs. Sadley, and the road appeal cases of M. V. B. Cater and John W. Cater which were consolidated and tried together in the former case the plaintiff claimed in the neighborhood of $600 for services rendered, the jury awarded him $15...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 September 1881

$ mm.^ W?-ba- lk ^Jfy&t ^*****t fgaseammmp f' 7t t* BUSES BY THE I,ATE DEAN STAKLEY. V,I "Till death us part," fmkvlfe "So speaks the heart, -When each to repeats the words of doom Jl Thro'each blessing and thro curse For better a-d for worse, 'We wll be one till that dread hour shall come. _N Iafe, with its myriad gr3p, Our yearning soul shall clasp, JBy ceaselesB love, and still expectant wonder In bonds that shall endure, Indissolubly sure "Till God in death shall part our paths asun der. i^,/ Till death us joiri, 'J O voice yet more divine! ^Fhat to the broken heart breathes hope sub lime Thro' lonely hours And shatterd powers We still are one, despite of change and time. Death with Ma healing hand, oall once more knit the band Which needs but that one link which none may sever Tilltro' the Only Good, Heard, felt and und rstood. Oar life in God shall make us*one forever. OSE LEAF.FROilUFE. 3from the Springfield Republican. A little lame boy trudges wearily along the suite ci...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 September 1881

f- Ti |'.tf-W?*!-JJJW 1^: ?i HOUSE AND FARM. Household Hints. A good way to nee remnants of cold roast beef is to chop them fine and add about a third of the quanity of cracker or bread crumbs stir in enough milk or water to moisten it, season well with pepper and salt, then roll in balls or flat cakes, dip in egg and fry in butter, i One of the best ways to cook rice is to steam it best, because it is no trouble all that is needed is to be sure to put in plenty of water. If you wish for rice pudding,and have not planned for it hours before, by ]t|| cooking the rice in this way, you can have W%* it in a surprisingly short time. One cup of tsswsv mafce If a?$ croquettes. and pudding enough for a family of four One of the most appetizing dishes that can be placed before a hungry family, and which may tempt the appetite of one who isn't hungry, is made in this way:_ Take one dozen ears of corn, grate it, stir in four eggs, one-fourth of a cup of flour, a little salt, and fry in hot lar...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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