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THE TEST OF MEJ51T
Here's the Plumb Bob
It's just another proof that Tubular Cream Separators are right up
to the minutemiles ahead of any other. No other separator has it.
What's It For?
It enables you to level the Sharpies
Dairy Tubular Cream Separator in a
minutequicker than you could find
the spirit level you must use to level
all other separators. A glance at the
plumb bob, hanging there on the back
of the Tubular, will always tell you
whether the Tubular remains level.
In that way you get the very best work
out of the Tubular, for all separators
should be kept level to do their best
work. Tubulars have dozens of ex
clusive fine points and are sold on the
level Bring the wife in. See how
simple, perfect and different from
others Tubulars are.
CALEY HDW. CO. Princeton
A. C. SMITH
(Successor to G. H. Gottwerth)
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid tor Cattle and Hogs.
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factor. Princeton, #Mnn.
Let Figure Can Your Bill
This is the season of the vear when evervboc?\ begins, to figure on making needed
repairs about the Dlace or putting up new buildings Wt have anticipated the needs
of users and have stocked up with the choicest assortment of select lumber and build-
ing material e\er offered in this section Our prices aie absolutely right and no
matter what you wantone piece or a complete house or oarn bill
Let Figure O It.
CALEY LUMBER CO.
BENJAfllN SOULE, Manager
(Successor to Anton Falk)
nes, Liquors and Cii
ilamm's Beer on Draught
Your Trade is Solicited^B^ PRINCETON, MINN.
Princeton People Are Given Convincing
No better test of any article can bemedicine
made than the test of time and this is
particularly true of a kidney medi
cine. Doan's Kidney Pills have stood
this test and stood it well. What
better proof of the merits of this
remedy could you demand than the
statement of a Princeton resident who
has been cured and has stayed cured?
Read the following:
Mrs. J. E. Bates, Main St., Prince
ton, Minn., says: I cheerfully con
firm all I satid in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills when I publicly recom
mended them three years ago, and I
again advise their use to anyone
afflicted with kidney trouble. This
complaint clung to me for years. My
back was weak and I could not stoop
without having sharp, shooting pains
throughout my body. I had attacks
of dizziness and nervousness and a
kidney weakness caused me no end of
annoyance. My husband finally got
a box of Doan's Kidney Pills for meThey
and they proved to be the best kidney
I ever used, giving me
For sale by all dealers or upon re
ceipt of price, 50 cents. Foster-Mil
burnCo., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the nameDoan's and
take no other
School report for month ending
April 5 in primary department of
district 4: Pupils in perfect attendance
Blanche, Oliver and Theodore
Burke, Walter Larson, Florence
Teutz, Harold Wesloh and Agnes
Pihl. Attending 19 daysClarence
Larson, Oscar Olson and Walter Wes
loh. Harold Wesloh and Florence
Teutz did perfect work in reading and
Walter Larson in spelling for the
Ida May Schmidt, Teacher.
Already half a dozen new buildings
are in course of erection In this vil
Church festivals and entertainments
are crowding one another in Prince
ton at present.
The damp, cold weather ol the past
few days has somewhat retarded farm
I. E. Burgan is building, east of the
elevator, what will be a neat little
residence when finished.
Many of the bottom land farms be
tween here and Cambridge are under
water. The Rum river is on a regular
About every young man and boy in
this village who can handle a cant
dog or pick pole has gone off on the
drive this week.
The dog ordinance will be enforced
at once in this village. Owners of
dogs had better take out license be
fore the first of May.
N. E. Jesmer shipped a carload of
potatoes to Austin this week and has
contracted to deliver another carload
at the same place by the first of next
T. J. Latta and wife of Elk River
spent Sunday in town visiting friends.
Mr. Latta is a veteran lumberman
and hauled logs on Rum river 23
Thomas J. Abbett was elected
mayor of Anoka last week by a
majority of 91 votes over W. E. Wil
BUB PRDTCETON ^ggON: TJUJBSDAT, APfell, 11, 1912.
The village schools are again in
full blast. There has been no chaage
in the teachers save in the intermedi
ate department, where Miss Mary
Huse succeeds Mrs. Rose Patterson.
Greenbush Correspondence. The
snow has nearly all disappeared and,
there being so little frost in the
ground last winter, the fields will
soon be in good condition for seeding.
After a protracted illness death
ended Mrs. Wheeler Barnum's suffer
ings at her home in Spencer Brook on
Monday. She was an estimable wife
and mother and reared a large family
Work has been commenced on anew
building on the corner of First street
and Washington avenue, which is
be completed in 30 days, and will be
occupied as a drug store by Drs. Gile
Thousands of new settlers, mostly
from the central states, are locating
in Minnesota this spring. The
comers will never have cause to regret
their change of location.
Anoka would like to have Prince
ton's opportunity of getting an
armory. But Anoka will have to
wait at least another year. Do
Princeton people appreciate their
An all-steel daily passenger train
has been put on the Dulutfa, Messabe
& Northern, between Duluth and tne
range towns. The iron range rail
roads are the most progressive and
up-to-date of any railroads in theson,
Warning: Against Southern Seed Corn.
The unusual demand for seed-corn
this year has stimulated a desire on
the part of the commercial interests to
satisfy the people in the purchase of
corn. As a result, of course, there is
a great deal of southern seed-corn
being advertised. The use of
southern corn for the production of
ears should be carefully guarded
against. It is not possible to
mature, in Minnesota, a reliable crop
of corn from any of the varieties
grown in Iowa or southern South Da
kota. Farmers who may possibly be
confronted with the problem of secur
ing seed-corn should look carefully
into this question, and, ID case of
doubt, communicate with the Experi
mental Station or some other reliable
source of information.C. P. Bull,
Associate Agriculturist, Minn. Uni
Car of Horses Here.
A ear of native horses, selected
from among hundreds, arrived at our
barns on Tuesday of this week.
are sound, strong animals, and
every one of them is young and incause
good condition. They are especially
adapted for farm work or general
purposes. It has never been our luck
to obtain such a splendid bunch of
horseflesh during the whole time we
have been in business. Call and
them and convince yourselves.
The prices are nominal and we guar
antee every horse. Besides this we
will sell them on time if the purchaser
6-tfc Aug. Rines Horse Co.
A registered Guernsey bull, 4 years
old, weight 1,600 pounds. M.
Mattson, Blue Hill, Minn. 15-3tp
Fine Farm Mares
I have a carload of farm horses for
sale at Wresch's barn. They are
mostly mares and will be sold either
for cash or on time.Frank
Notice this head will be Inserted
oe published In this column for less than 15 cts.
FOR SALETen tons of hay, on my
meadow, section 24, Sherburne
county. E. Grant, Princeton,
FOR SALEA team of general pur
pose horses cheap for cash. Conrad
Bender, Baldwin, Minn. 15-tfc
FOR SALEA top buggy suitable for
one or two horses. Call at Edmund
Young's barn. 13-tfc
FOR SALEPure blood White Ply
mouth Rock eggs, 50 cents per
set6ing. A. E. Hayes, Prince
FOR SALE OR RENT -A house and
barn and three acres of land. Ap
ply to W. S. Davis, Princeton,
FOR SALESix room cottage, barn
and other buildings, on large corner
lot in Oakland addition. $950 takes
it. Inquire at office of Princeton
Lumber Co. 10-tfc
FOR SALETwo lots in village of
Princeton, with barn, buggy shed
j, and pump. Cheap if taken at once.
Eugene Boyn, Route 2, Box 21,
Dalbo, Minn. 16-3tp
FOR SALEBy owner, the following
land in Blue Hill township, Sher
burne county, shown on 1910 plat
book in name of F. W. Rider:
Northwest quarter of section 34,
township 35, range 27. Make me an
offer. I want $800 cash, balance on
long time. Torrens title to land.
W. H. Deubener, 59 E. Seventh
street, St. Paul, Minn. 16-2tc
FOR RENTThe 80-acre farm known
as the Otto Henschel old homestead,
4 miles northeast of Princeton.
Wm. Horstman, Route 2, Prince
bushels of Carmens
and ten bushels of Irish Cobblers.
Must be clean, straight stock.
Highest market price will be paid.
Apply at Union office.
WANTEDFat cattle. Bring all you
have to Hummel's meat market,
opposite starch factory, Prince
School report for district 5, Green
bush, for month ending April 5:
attendance, 29. Those pres
ent 20 days were Abraham, Walter,
Katie, Henry and Ole Abrahamson,
Ray Robideau, Merlyn Sager, Lucille
and Tilly Zimpel, Raymond Ander
son Dolores Grow and Joseph John
son. Those present 19 days were Os
car Sol berg, Helmer Johnson, Walter
Fradette and Edward Zimpel.
Laurel M. Davis, Primary Teacher.
Average attendance, 19. Julius An
derson was present 20 days. Those
present 19 days were Olaf Abraham
Orhpia Ross and Agnes Thomp
son. Helen C. Conroy, Principal.
SALT AND ICE
The Process That Begins When the
Two Are Mixed.
It is not coirect to -say that salt dis
solves ice. since real solution only takes
place when a solid, liquid or gas xs
dissolved in a liquid
The true explanation of the fatt that
Ice melts when common salt is adde.l
to it depends upon the simple phM'*a
principle that when a salt is dissolved
in water heat is absorbed and its tem
peratuie is lowered When salt tnd
are mixed together some of the salt
dissolves in the small amount of wa
ter which is always present, the tem
perature is thereby lowered and anew
freezing point is established
The remainder of thQ
ice. being at a
temperature higher than this new
freezing point, slowly melts and more
salt is dissohed until the horation is
saturated The temperature can in this
way be lowered to 22 degrees C. which
is the freezing point of a definite com
pound of salt and water
The salts dissohed in sea waters
serve a very important purpose, as it
requires a gi eater degree of cold to
the formation ot ice on them
than on fresh water
Bonaparte and Mile. Montansier.
The Cate Corazza. the Palais Roy
al, had many interesting clients its
time. It was there that General Bona
then only a general of brigade
asked his triend Barras to tind bim a
rich wife, and Barras suggested Mile
Montansier, the proprietress of the ad
jacent Theatre Montansier She was
sixty-three, but she was well presen ed
and might have passed for forty-tne.
and she was belie\ ed to have accumu
lated a fortune of 48,000 Bonaparte
asked to be introduced, and Ban as
presented him and assures us in his
that the match would ha\e
come off if it had not been for the
events of Vendemiaire. After that
memorable day ot the "whiff of grape
shot" the future emperor broke off the
engagement, feeling himself too impor
tant to marry a superannuated actress,
even for the sake of having the spend
ing of her savings.Pall Mall Gazette.
.j. cents each
Our Stock of Driving Harness is a Winner
We always have a large stock of single and double driving
harness and our prices are reasonable. It will pay you to get
our prices before buying. We are well stocked In all depart-
ments and our prices are right. If you have not had your
harness oiled this spriHg bring It in and we will oil it in a first-
class manner at $i.oo per set. Do it now.
We have just received a consignment of lap dusters and you will have
the chance to take your pick if you come early
J. H. HOFFMAN,
Gillespie & Stoneberg's Old Stand
Umbrellas and Rubbers 1
g: Children's umbrellas, for rain, each 50c 3
Good quality steel ribbed umbrellas...$1,00 $1.25 3
Heavy quality rain-proof umbrellas...$|,50 $2.00
g: Men's splendid quality umbrellas...$|.25 to $|B75 i
Children's rubbers, per pair 50c and 55c 3
gr Misses'rubbers, per pair gQ 3
Ladies' rubbers, high, medium and low 3
& gr Men's rubbers, per pair $1.00 3
g: Men's Shoes, Hats and Caps 3
g: Men's gun metal shoes, per pair $4.00 3
Men's vici shoes $3.25 to $4.00
Men's velour calf shoes $4.00 3
S Men's summer caps 25c and 50c 3
Wear the Lampher Hat $3.00 =2
gr Fresh Green Stuff Every Saturday. 3
J0.B. NEWTO N
J. M. JOHN50N
I MAKE a specialty of repairing all kinds of com
plicated, watches and clocks. If you have old,
worn out jewelry bring it to me and I will make it
like new on short notice. v?
i, 1 0IHH..H..M.1, I 1 I 1 1 *^-M~MMfr**j. j-.M M~M~4~W^
^Will Photograph Anything, Anywhere at Any Time, Day or Night.-^
Clement's Photographs *re as good at, the bet He makes a business of r
photographing family group* at th'ir homes Old people a specialty Stock, buildings
etc. Send a post card to box 34 or call on me over Mark's store and 1 will be with you'
Post eard printing Bringn your negatives or films and I will print your cards for 5
E CLEMENT, Princeton I
I We are lew Offering a Line of Sample Shoes
Special Bargains in 5c and 10c Ribbons.
A Full Line of Colors in Voiles and Batistes for
I Summer wear.
Our Bulk Coffee at 25c, 27c, 30c, 33c is Extra Value.
We Have a New Lot of Garden Seeds.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
60c and 75c 3 t"$