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A good sized oven, nickel
trimmed, high warming clos
et, made of best cold rolled
steel Warranted in every
sciew in 1ciiR( ai'd \ou ha\e an ideal tank
P. P. Stewart
We wish to impress upon you
the importance of buying- a P. P.
Stewart Heater. It will reduce
your coal bill, and give you more
heat than any other stove made.
We have them in different sizes
and styles from
W \ws,h to ad\ise \ou that we have arranged with the Standard Oil
Co. for a cai load ol Steel Barrels, which can be used for storage
tanks. These bands, are for jour use and should last a lifetime
When erupt\. load on to jour agon, bring to town and we will fill
them with Pet tection Oilthe Best Water White Oil on the market,
and you can get it fi om us at am and all times.
Head the Following Description
Made from is gaue SITEL welded throughoutchimes reinforced
-with $ u.cli ou Ku 2 inch bung and inch vent plug in one end,
gah im/eii born ins de ana outpainted black on outside. A inch
IJ1I \SS yjx UXET with each barrel. Take out \ent plug,
One of These Barrels
Filled With 55 Gallons
of Perfection .Oil for
Place \our oider with us now. If you cannot come in. 'phone us
so we can set aside what you want.
Evens Hardware Co.
C. H. Nelson
Mcllhargey Hdw. Co.
J. C. Herdliska
R. D. Byers
A. E. Allen & Co.
F. T. Kettelhodt
Caley Hdw. Co.
Princeton Auto Co.
PRESSURE OF AIR.
It May Readily Turn the Ther
mometer Into a Fibber.
THE BOILING WATER POINT.
On tho Scale This Is Marked at 212
Degrees, but Under Certain Condi
tions It May Be Several Hundred
DegreesThe Critical Temperature.
"Yes," he said regretfully, "I'm in a
tight corner. My sweetheart is wild on
the subject of germs and microbes,
and she insists that I must choose be
tween her and my mustache. I'm to
lose one or the other."
"Lose the mustache, my boy."
"That's just the trouble. If you ever
saw me without it you'd pity my
haunting fear that when it's gone I'll
lose the girl too."
The Simple Answer.
A society man at a luncheon said of
a well known suffragist*
"She accomplishes a great deal, but
some of her methods are not quite fair
A man once inquired of her husband:
"'Do you give your wife an allow
ance, or does she ask for money when
she wants it?'
'Both.' was the simple answer."
"Were you ever up before me?"
asked a magistrate
"Shure, I don't know, yer anner.
What time does your anner get up?"
Pay what you owe, and you'll know
what you own.Frar-khn.
THE PBIKCETOK TJKION: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1911. iftf
On an ordinary Fahrenheit thermom
eter there is, wrltteu opposite 212 de
grees "Boiling point of water" and op
posite 32 degrees "Freezing point of
water." Neither of these is correct ex
cept tor a certain condition of the at
mosphere, and that is when it gives on
the barometer about thirty inches, or
fifteen pounds pressure to the square pJucky driver, is entitled to a chromo.
inch. This is the ordinary pressure at
what is known as sea level, and to this
all thermometers are calibrated. In a
mountainous region the pressure is
hardly ever so much as fifteen pounds,
and water boils at sometimes as low as
If water is boiled in a diving bell,
where the pressure is forty or fifty
pounds a square inch, its temperature
will be several hundred degrees in
stead of 212. If water is boiling in a
near vacuum the temperature is so
small that the hand thrust into the
water would actually feel cold.
What has been said about the boiling
point applies to some extent to the
freezing point, but here it differs for
different materials, whereas the refarmers.
marks about the boiling point of water
apply to the boiling points of all
Some substances when they freeze
become larger, while others become
smaller. On this depends the freezing
point at different pressures of atmos
phere. Water expands on freezing so
do type metal and some other things.
All other substances become smaller
on freezing Water pipes burst when
the water freezes. Coins of gold and
silver are stamped instead of being
molded, for the metals grow smaller on
freezing or solidifying, and consequent
ly the coin would be wabbly.
It has been found that the things
that expand on solidifying, as water,
freeze at a lower temperature when
the pressure is increased, while the
others freeze at a higher. When a
substance that expands freezes under
higher pressure than usual it has to
exert more force to shove the pressure
away, and consequently has to use up
more of its heat energy, thus losing
more heat and becoming colder.
Take the substance that contracts
when it solidifies. The pressure will
help it to get smaller, and consequent
ly the greater the pressure the less
heat it has to lose on attaining the
solid state, so it will freeze at higher
temperature. If the pressure is great
enough, it may freeze or solidify at a
thousand degrees temperature, which
is high enough to change most sub
stances to vapor under ordinary at
This is one of the reasons advanced
to prove that the interior of the earth
is solid, for the assumption is that the
core is made up of substances that
contract when freezing, and there is,
of course, an enormous pressure a few
hundreds of miles below the surface.
In regard to the boiling points of
liquids, there is an upper limit to the
point at which a thing boilsthat is,
changes to the state of vapor. I is
called the critical temperature. No
matter how great a pressure exists on
a substance, if it is at a temperature
greater than its critical it will change
to vapor anyhow.
The ignorance of this point held
back the making of liquefied gases
such as air, carbon dioxide, etc.for
many years The experimenters tried
to liquefy gases at ordinary tempera
tures by enormous pressures, whereas
if they had just cooled the gases be
low their critical temperatures before
applying the pressure liquefaction
would have ensued immediately
This is the method employed today
in making liquid air The air is com
pressed at first and then allowed to
issue from a small orifice, thus ex
panding and cooling, is then pumped
back and compressed by the pump,
allowed to go through the orifice
again, thus cooling still more, until at
last it is below the critical tempera
ture, when the compression caused by
the pump liquefies it. Lawrence
Hodges in Chicago Record-Herald.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
last evening. Charley Fogg, the S=
The worst snowstorm that has
visited this section of the country for
years set in Tuesday evening and con
tinued to rage with unabated fury
until early this morning.
Business of all kinds in this village
has been steadily improving for
several weeks past and will continue
to improve from now on. The change
can be credited to the railroad.
We hope that the local wheat buyer
will do the very best he can for the
farmers. They need every cent there is
in their wheat. Our motto has al
ways been, Deal fairly with the
Miss Louise Heath, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. N. Heath, died at the
residence of her parents in this village
last Friday morning. She had been
afflicted with diphtheria and fell a
victim to a complication of ailments.
The editor of a southern newspaper
thus appeals to his delinquent sub
scribers: "To all those who are in
arrears one year or more who will
come forward and pay up arrearages,
and for a year in advance, we will
give a first-rate obituary notice gratis
in case it kills them."
Miss Mary Huse, one of the best
and most experienced teachers in the
county, commenced a term of school
in district 2, in the town of Green
bush, on Monday. Miss Maria Ross
will commence her maiden term of
teaching in the Chisholm district,
town of Milo, next Monday. Miss
Lottie Goulding, another of Prince
ton's schoolma'ams, is teaching out
at Lake Fremont, in Sherburne
Awful Bad Break
There was a hog case on in the
Minneapolis court the other day, and
when the young attorney arose to
address the jury he was out to make
an impression. "There were just 24
hogs in that drove, gentlemen," he
cried, then he became bewildered,
"just 24 hogs, gentlemenjust twice
as many as there are in this jury
box." Young attorneys, working
hard, should have a case of golden
grain belt beers at home, to aid di
gestion and balance the nerves for
the work of the day. Secure your
supply of Sjoblom Bros., Princeton.
The Riverside Hotel
Having entered into possession of
the Riverside hotel I am now pre
pared to cater to the people's wants
and solicit a share of their patronage.
I shall endeavor to give my patrons
satisfaction at all timesthe service
will be of the best. Try the^Riverside
hotel under its new management.
33-13te Alex Simpson, Prop.
If you have any buckwheat, rye or
feed to grind bring it to Spencer
Brook. Good work and reasonable
45-4c J. S. Bengtson.
The registered Holstein Friesian
bull, Pride Junior De Kol, is for ser
vice at my farm. This animal is one
of the best in the northwest.
43-tfc F. C. Cater, Princeton.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
Scratch and rubrub and scratch
until you feel as if you could almost
tear the burning skin from your body
until it seems as if you could no
longer endure these endless days of
awful torturethose terrible nights
of sleepless agony.
Thena few drops of D. D. D., the
famous Eczema Specific and. Oh' what
relief! The itch gone instantly! Com
for5 and restsa last'
Both hotels are crowded with rail
The last rail was laid at Milaca on
The telegraph line will be completed
to Princeton in a few days.
The Princeton warehouse is now
open and the highest market price is
being paid for wheat.
The grain warehouse has been com
pleted and several loads of wheat
were taken In yesterday.
The soreness and bitterness en
gendered by election are fast disap
pearing. This is as it should be.
Despite the blinding snowstorm the C^
stage arrived on time from Elk River BoVS SVlo-r \-ntA
i a simple external wash
that cleanses and heals the inflamed
skin as nothing- else can. A recognized
specific for Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt
Rheum or any other skin trouble.
We can give you a full size bpttle
cf the genuine D. D. D. remedy for
$1.00 and if the very first bottle fails
to give -elief it "will not cost vou a
We also can give you a sample bot
tle for 25 cents. Why suffer another
day when you can get D. D. D.?
V? f-p ,IF-?,? -"jm-^
I Mackinaw Coats 1
|i Men's Mackinaws
Men's Sheep-lined Canvas
Men-s Sheep-lined Corduroy
Men's Mackinaw Lined
s= Boys' Mackinaw Lined
Wool Suiting, fur lined
F. T. KETTELHODT 1
ST Princeton, Minn. 3
Let Us Help You Figure It
If you are figuring on building, or making some repairs about the place and
can figure out just the amount of material it will take and how much it will cost you,
come in and let us help you with it Right now worn be a mighty good time to figure
on building, as we have a first-class lot of material at the lowest possible figure and
can save you money Whether it be a large or small amonnt we will give you the
right price and prompt service Get our prices before buying
CALEY LUMBER CO.
BENJAfllN SOULE, Manager
We Pay Highest Market Prices for Butter and Eggs
We handle an up-to-date line of groceries. We have
also secured in trade a stock of dry goods which we are clos
ing out at very low prices. We have some ladies' waists left
which are going at 25 cents and also some dress goods at cut
prices. Notions for less than half their regular prices. Give
us a trial. We are located in the Opera House Block.
G. H. GOTTWERTH,
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle ana Hogs.
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
to sell at home.
(Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, ,VLlnn
tiri lavi^W^'A-, T^JSi'I^LkS^S^
and et hlfcttest prices Andersch Bro
5.50| 5.25 I
1.0 0 1
L. E. SVARRY, Proprietor
Skins, HORS E UinCC
and CATTL E tllU LthanO
Hl to us
and all other kindss of RAW FURS
bought for spotScash. 10 to 50% more money
OT1T tZ ?2?
HUNTERS'& TRAPPERS'GUIDE .SfflS
to trap, and to become a successful trappedIt'sa re^a^i^&JS?? *?,whe*d
To onr customers SI 25 H.des tanned fnto beautJufISb^ K,PtiP^^
Jco attracts animals to traps. SI 00 per bottle.^ Shin TOmT?niS??i,i w,T
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