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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1891

h! fr THE PAttSOFS CORNER. A. PARSON EDITOR. A FE W LAMT WORDS.When this reaches, the readers "A. Par boil" ill he on his new field of la bor in Chicago. It is with many reoreth that tho uCornor" and \ci many lu\ generously added "but ue aie glad ,o have so good vn opening-" Many of these kind woids lunc come from those upon -whom we Mere not .r\\ are that MC had made any im piession in airy way, and we have been at a loss to know why had bo many luendb. The only thing that we tan think of that helps to ac count toi it is the fact that we htne lelt hiendh and tried to cx picss it as A\C had oppoitunity. To these min\ fuendb we would bke to sa\ this lact word. If you will get personally acquainted with the Loid JeUh will find Lima fiiend that will never fail 3 on eithei life 01 death. Please do not call this cant, for it is the most practical of truth. WHY O TO CHICAGO?Of those who hii\c laised the question of why we make this change, not a few lrue seemed to take it for gi anted tha...

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. — 1 October 1891

VOLUME XV. ML Planing Mil -AND- Lumber,$6 to $20 per M. SIDING, FLOORING, LATH, SHINGLES,SHINGLES, $1 TO $2.50 PER M. Lumber Promptly to Order. i. FRANK HENSE, Pres't CHAS ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. PETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, -OP- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking: Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germama Bank, of $t Paul, Chase National Bank, of New York The 5 City S Drug S Store, WM. MeCUAIG, Prop., Main Street, Princeton. EVERYTHING TO BE HAD IN A FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE CAN BE FOUND HERE. The Finest Line of Cigars in Town. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist. Cambridge Carding Mill, ERIC BJORKLUND, Proprietor, Cambridge, Minn. I have had many year's experience in the business, my mill is good order and I Guarantee Good Work. First-Class Carding Done for 8ct9. Per Pound. Dressed FLOUR, FEED, BRAN AND SHORTS BY TH...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1891

1 ft MARTIFS BUKGLAR. fin, a S a general rule, night watchmen are the most sombre and un communicative of men. What there is in them is not of the sun shine, but of the aurora borealis. But we do not eay this by way of disparagement, for they are just what they have to be in the natural order of things. To illus trate by a parallel case. The owl is mot the gravest of birds simply be cause he belongs to the genus Strix, but for the reason that he has a bad habit of turning night into day. But when a night watchman has anything which he considers worth telling, you may take it for granted that it is something out of the common run 3Ir Dipper was one of the most ef- TK lent night watchman we ever knew, for 3'OU could no more catch him asleep than you could the proverbial easel E\eiy hair on his head seemed charged with electricity, and constantly on the alert and it was veiy evident that stroking his hair would produce the same sound as subbing a cat's fur in the wrong direc tion The b...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1891

1 i iu- 'Hr ff i 1 1 "y am? THE CONSOLATIONS OP ART. The play is clone, and shadow lies Wheie late the empire of an hour Waxpd great and waned before men's eyes And homeward I, Avitli brooding thought Of art that bravely comes to flower, And soon is nought. I dieam of art, remembering well The hope3 it gave, that still np-soared, But one by one defeated fell, Cast out eternally from Heaven, Like tho- lost an eels that their Lord From grace had driven. So moved to royal Westminster, Betimes I come, and gladly hnd Those stately churches towering there, Whose -nails that Milton saw, wo see, Ah weie, 1 cried, like these my mind! Great praise "might be. Were strength like theirs that hold the night With solemn watch, though London sleep, To arm my soul with steadfast might, Then lear might end and hope be sure, Could 1 like them my \igil keep, Like them endure. But they were built twixt hope and fear By men that took the passing day, And gave its moments heavenly wear Though they who bui...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1891

1 r\ 'it if PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. I*YifSs*Y&s<Yr iir POLITICS* DUNN EDITOR ANP PROPRIETOR. OFFICE OVER Ml' STORE. SAIN SI, PRINCETON, MINN, OCT. 1,1891 WHEN the magic name of Blaine is mentioned in a Kepublican con vention it is the signal for a deaf ening outburst of applause. LAST week the daily papers had it that Princeton was endangered by fires. There were no forest fires within fifteen miles of Prince ton. ALLITERATIVE BURCHARD of "Rnm, Romanism and Rebellion" notoriety is dead. There are thousands of people who wish he had died before he was born. MINNEAPOLIS Tribune: IT is about time for the Tennessee war to break out again. If free miners are shot down by the militia a Democratic legislature will be re sponsible for the bloodshed. SOME paper has mentioned Hon. C. F. Macdonald, of St. Cloud, as a suitable man for the Democratic nomination in the sixth district. Mr. Macdonald is too good a man to sacrifice in a forlorn hope. JESSE R. GRANT, the deg...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1891

Great Northern Railway: Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex Snn. p. ac Dully Ex Sirti M. Ee. St Paul 1:05 Le. Duluth 1-00 Minneapolis 1-30 Milncu. 4:26 1' Kilt Rive 2-80 PBINCKTON 4-4Q PRINCETOrN 8-08 Elk River. 5-27 4 MJIaca 3:80 "Minneapolis 6:35 Ar. Duluth 7:00 Ar St. Paul.. 7.08 This train connects with trains going west at Elk Ri\er and Milaca. Princeton Accommodation. Mon., Wed. & Frl. DOING NORTH. P. St. Le.St. Panl 8:80 MinneapoliB 4 10 Elk River 5:20 Zimmerman....6:25 PRINCETON ....7.00 Long's Siding .7-20 Sonle's Siding .7:40 Ar. Milaca. 8:05 Tnee., Thurs. & Sat. UOING BOURU. A.M. Le. Milaca 6 00 Soale's Siding. 6 22 Long's Siding.. 6:45 PRINCETON 7'25 Zimmerman 8.05 ElkRiver 9-16 MinneapoliB. .10:80 Ar. St. Paul 10 55 These trains go south Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and north Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. St. Clond & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING BAST. GOING WfcST. Foreston..Le. 8.20 A. M. I Milaca Le4. 3-45P"M Milaca.... 8'4 8 1 Forcsto -05...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1891

i i i i 1 K. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. I England proposes to raise a row tbout the Behring sea again she may learn something to her advantage by dropping a line to King Humbert, in closing a stamp for reply. THE policemen of Jersey City are obliged to wear a head dress of mosquito netting over their helmets tit night to protect themselves fiom the ravages of the tormenting "skeeter." A SMALL aluminum steamboat is QOW running on Lake Zurich, in Switzerland. I carries eight persons, and, with a two horse-power petro leum engine, easily makes six miles an hour. VELOCIPEDES having been introduced in the regular service of the Russian army, as reported, an official name oi Slavonic origin has been devised foi them. The new name is samoskaty, "self roller." THE girl who carried off the honors of entrance at the University of Lon don examination was Charlotte Hig jins. She is but 20 years of age. There were 1,600 male students pit ted against her. THE alarming new...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1891

1* LEO NOW IN M1RBLE An Imposing- Statne of the Pope Un veiled at the Catholic University in Washington. Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishops Kean and Corrigran and Many Other Disrnitaries Present, WASHINGTON, Sept. 29.The marble statue of the pope, presented to the Cath olic university by Joseph Loubat of New York, was unveiled to-day. The exercises were simple, but were participated in by Cardinal Gibbons and a large number of prominent members of the priesthood, as well as of the laity. Bishop Kean deliv ered the principal address. Among those present were Archbishop CorriRan, Mon eignor Preston ol New York and Archbishop Williams of Boston. The etatue is the work of Guiseppe Luchetti. one of the best known of the modern Italian school. It occupied him over a year, and its total cost has been over $.0,000. The model of the statue was submitted to the pope for his approval, and in return for the sift the Dontiff conferred the title of count upon Mr. Loubat. The statue is of the size know...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1891

i MILACAJPHYRS. MILACA, Sept. 29, 189L B. E Eiickson has removed to Foroston Mis. Amos Simpson is visiting fiiendb Anoka. Wm. Dowdcll took in tho Har vobt Festival last week. Al.* Townsend spent most of last week in Minneapolis. Mi* J. P. Mitchell returned from her Anoka visit last Friday. Tom Waiien, of the lake re gions, was in our burg on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barrett spent the greater part of last week in St. Paul Page Bros of Anoka, are al ieady making pieparations for their ft inter work. They are 1 ustlei'b. The much needed rain came Sunday night and Monday, and pianie liies, foi the time being are squelched Paitiidges aie plenty this fall and many aie being shipped to the e1 tics to ieo ale the^ palates of the game lo\eis. F. R. Sheiman, of Minneapolis, is. looking aftei the inteiests of the Eqmtible Life Insurance Co., offoie JSTew Yoik City. L. T. Abbott as around selling cigaib last week. Mr. Abbott is as gentlemanly a drummer as comes to Milaca. Wm. Town...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1891

Si! f.J'S vA'-VA^it R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Cambridge, FRANK HEMSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S.'S. PETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farm's and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS Germania Bank, of St. Paul Chase National Bank, of Nevy York. he 5 City S Drug Store, WM. McCUAIG, Prop., Main Street, Princeton. EVERYTHING TO BE HAD I N A FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE CAN BE FOUND HERE. The Finest Line of Cigars in Town. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist. Cambridge Carding Mill, ERIC BJORKLUND, Proprietor, I have had many year's experience iii the business, my mill is in good order and I Guarantee Good Work. First-CIass Carding Done for 8cts. Per Pound. ISO Patterns on Display at A Full Line of Keen Kutter RAZORS, Shears, Scissors, Etc. O The Keen Kutter Brand of Guttlery Takes the Gake. The Cedar Rapi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1891

^v 9$ hi IF THE SHEIK. With heavy turban o'er his brows And white robe folded close to Lim, Ismail, theSlieik, with aspect grim, Looks toward the desert's burning rini. Before Ins tent the camels drowse In thefierce heat within, a shade Is cast by curtains, rich with braid Of gold, with jewels interlaid. All round the sloping canvas walls Bright cloths are placed, gay Syrian hues Ot crimson, green, and purple blues With which stray sunbeams interfuse. Adown their midst a striped skin falls Against whose fur sharp weapons lean, Ablaze with steely light and keen As any deadly Damascene. Beside the Sheik a table stands, With fragant coffee, spices rare, Dates that have known the desert air, The lid flag and the prickly pear. Beyond him stretch the burning sands, Behind him pale Iskandra lies, Nude, and with drowsv, hali-closed eyes, Still dreaming ot Circassian skies., A lithe, brown boy close to his feet Upon a reed a 6ft, low tune Porii make and sings an Aiab rune Ot lo\e beneath the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1891

HARVEST-DAYS. The shilling* golden Harvest-Daysl Fair gospellers whose feet are shod With peace and plenty, and whose hands Are filled with gracious gifts of Qodl O Days as bright with miracle As dawned on sacred Palestine, The clod and stone are changed to bread, And living waters turn to wine! O Days that tell us year bv year God's Hand is o'er us still, nor we Need strain our faith to reach the Love That walked distant Galilee! O Da\s of resurrection joy, When furrowed graves are opened wide, And dull unsightly genus appear In living bodies glorified. Lu grapes like swinging censers hand -From richly laden boughs, and fill The fields with incense as the sun Illumines fruitful vale and hill. The 01 chard colors glow and greet With sweets the sweetness of the hay, And Harvest-Moon forbids the night To be less beautiiul than day! O holy, happy Harvest-Days, Sweet chroniclers oi smile and tear, Oi light and shadow, pain and toil, Earth's heart bears thiough the circling year Like ye ...

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 October 1891

IWPBP HE New York Democrats are badly demoralized while the Jle publicans are unitecj and confident of victory. FRANK SHAW, the Minneapolis sporting man, bets $700 to $200 that McKinley will be elected gov ernor of Ohio. Shaw is a rank Democrat but he does not allow political prejudices to interfere with his financial operations. He bets to win. A. C. BELYEA, FERGUS FALLS HE Great West, the recognized organ of the Farmers' Alliance and People's party in this State, is "forninst" fusion with the Demo crats in 1892. Editor Fish swears by the beard of the prophet that the People's party will go it alone next year, and he reads the riot act to the traitors in camp who are negotiating with the Democrats. IT is noticeable that the politicians and newspapers opposed to Sena tor Davis do not take kindly to the proposition that the next Eepubli can State convention express a preference for United States sena tor. Each of the three political parties should endorse a candidate for the senators...

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. — 8 October 1891

Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex Snn. Xe St P&nl. Minneapolis Elk River PRINCBTON Milaca Ar Duluth Daily Ex 8tm Le Duluth 1.00 Miliicu. PEINOKTON Elk River... Minneapolis Ar St Paul. 1.05 1 80 2 80 8 03 .8 30 7 00 4 25 4 47 5 20 6:85 708 This train connects with trains going west at Elk River and Milaca Princeton Accommodation. Tuee Thurs & Sat GOING 80URH A M. Le. Milacas Soule' Siding. 6 2 2 Long's Siding 6 46 PRINCETON 7 25 Zimmerman. 8 05 Elk River 9 15 Minneapolis. .10 80 Ar St.Paul ...10-55 Mon Wed & Fri. GOING NORTH. V. Le. St Paul 8 80 Minneapolis 4,10 Elk River.... 5.20 Zimmerma 6:2 5 PRINCETON ..7-00 Long's Siding .7 20 Soule's Siding .7 40 Ar. Milaca .a 05 6 00 These trains go south Tuesdays, Thursdays and 'Saturdays, and north Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the O. N. Railway. GOING BAST. GOING WEST. JB'ore8ton..Le 8'2 0A I Milaca .Le 3 4 5P Milaca. 8-48 I Foreston 4-05" Attention, G. A. Regular meetings...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1891

5?* ft 3, {?f*Hfl IPrhti^etait ftmotr. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. THBRB are 700 Americana residing in the City of Mexico, some of whom own the houses they occupy. THE people of Texas know that Bob Ingersoll is not sound on the religious questions but they believe that he is authority on how to grow cotton, and hence they will have him as an orator at their fair. A NAIL, manufactory in Mexico ought to pay Nails cost the City of Mexico from 16 to 25 cents per pound. They are so expensive that much of the binding in Mexico is done with ropes instead of nails. A PRETTY Japanese maiden is about to settle in Chicago in order to study dentistry and to fit her to carry back to her own country a knowledge of the profession which will justify her in practicing it. PRINCESS MA UD of Wales plays upon the mandolin, and in consequence the apes are all learning to do likewise. Should her brother's mind broaden sufficiently before he sometimes be comes king of England, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1891

^q* -r- -y-Y^c i^isift^iV JH.Wtf. TRIAL FOR HERESY. A Report on the Case of Dr. Briggs Present ed to the Kew York Presbytery* Lengthy and Specific Charges of Heresy, for Which He Must Stand Trial. NKW YORK, Oct. 6.-Great interest was ^manifested to-day in the meeting of the New York presbytery in the Scotch Pres byterinn church because the charge of heresy against Rev. Dr. Uristgs was ejected 'to come up. The interest in it is not confined to the ^Presbyterian church, but has spread until the eyes of churchmen and laymen thro Jgh out the land are centered upon the proceed ings at the little church in West Fourteenth street to-day. The offense that Dr. Briggs is charged with has made him more prominent of late than any other Presbyterian in the land. -For seventeen years he was the professor of He Drew in the seminary, and has been a rec ognized authority on criticism in this coun try. It has Ions been known that his views were contrasted with those of Dr. Greer, of the Princeton sem...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1891

il -1 W S?if MILACA ZEPHYRS. MILACA, Oct. 6, 1891. W. Trumblo took in the county scat, Monthly. H. II. Cheney visited Minneap olis last Saturday. W Ijlirnliam Spent Sunday "h'1y fit his*home in St. Cloud. O. P. Brothers made a short visit to Princeton last Friday. Mrs. Amos from her Anoka visit last Friday, an attendance of about 100 pupils. Prof. Raftcry, of Princeton, made our town a short visit last Saturday. Rev. J. S. Bouck, of Princeton, made A short visit to our town last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hilstead, of Duluth, mother of our E. B. Hilstead, visited her son last week. A New England supper will be given by the ladies at the church to-night. All,expect a good time. Chas. Eld purchased a cow last week and now he intends to have a supply always of the milky fluid. Our storekeepers are receiving large supplies of fall goods. Evi dently a good trade is being ex pected. Mrs. M. Bariy is St. Cloud undergoing medical treatment. All Milaca people earnestly hope that a speedy relief...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 October 1891

IF FRANK HENSE, Pnes't.. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. PETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germania Bank, of St. Paul Chase National Bank, of New York. The City S Drug S Store, WM. McOUAIG, Prop., Main Street, Princeton. EVERYTHING TO BE HAD IN A FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE CAN BE FOUND HERE. The Finest Line of Cigars in Town. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist. Cambridge Carding Mill, ERIC BJORKLUND, Proprietor, Cambridge, Minn. I have had many year's experience in the business, my mill is in good order and I Guarantee Good Work. First-Class Carding Done for 8cts. Per Pound. THE KEEN KUTTER! 150 Patterns on Display at Caley's: Hardware:- Emporium. A Full Line of Keen Kutter Shears, Scissors, Etc. The Keen Kutter Brand of Cuttlery Takes the Cake, The Ceda...

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 October 1891

PJV* J, 9 5 -I ISj^^f#^#W4^l^g| R5 ^^^"tr^^ REST A LAST." It lias come, alter many Filled with soirow, pah pain and care, Ot longing, regret and bitter tears, That these are now iorever past, And answered in the sufferer's prayer, For she has found sweet rest at last. ^No more will sorrow dim her eyes, For now her trials all are o'er, She ^ees the fields of paiadise, The lifht of heaven's eternal day The foWars blooming on that shore Wheie all our teais are wiped away. On us below the storms may beat, But she we love is secure from all, Her hours of lonliness are past, And though on us the tempests fall She has found restsweet rest at last. LEIGH LYNDON in The Morning Call EAVESDROPPERS BOTH. BY E. E. DOTEX. ND you still love your little Alice as much as in the old days?" These words so electri fied a handsome young man lying on the goigeous onental lounge that he spiang up as if stung by a wasp. Well they might startle him, spoken as they were in the silvery voice of his own young ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 October 1891

TELL IT O'ER AGAIN. If once or twice will not suffice To make the story plam, That we rehearse in prose or verse, We tell it o'er again With tender care and oft with prayer, The message we impart, Until the child lrom play beguiled, Has learned it well by heart. But even then, with tongue and pen In fitly chosen words, The theme is spread, to music wed As sweet as songs of birds And far and near some heart sincere Takes up the glad refrain. And quick to heed another's need, Repeats it o'er again. Thus every day, along our way To many or to few, The story is told that is so old, And yet is ever knew And if we fear it is not clear Or wooing is in vain, How eagerly and tenderly We tell it o'er again! But in our homes olt limes there comes A. shadow fraught with ill, That casts a blight o'er all things bright, A hard, forboding chill And well we know DV signs that show The bitter griet and pam Of hearts that grieve from morn till eve, That love is on the wane. This is the time that soul...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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