m*~ & happy to use
10. B. NEWTON1
S^ These dainty new arrivals unfold a picture of freshness, and 3
5Z kneliness of spring days soon to come Always so appealing to 3
8: women who admire the beauty of faultless attire. Truly the most S
2 complete collection of exclusive, refined ginghams we have ever 28
SZZ shown in blue, brown, lavender, pink and all shades to suit young ZSS
S and old Prices to suit your pocketbook zZm
g^* Also anew line of galatea stripes, checks and plain colors,
gp- which makes little boys a smart, stylish suit. It looks well and 2
9rr wears well. 3
i Corset Sale
5^: A big reduction on Case corsets. If you want a good corset zZZ
gZ for little money come in on Friday and Saturday and get our prices: ZZZ
=E $1.75 at $1.25 3
$1.50 at $1.00
E $1.00 at 75c 3
ff 50c 35c-
In the Land of
they're likely using Rumely/^Cream
Separators, right now, f(p-/ftumely
Cream Separators turn scM^ily
& work so well -1---
work so wd that it makes^erybody
A Rumely Cr^f^^e^rator will
save its cost
a few weeks. It WH saA^ its cost in
ff lessened labor iq %|f^a shorter time.
There are afj^t of things about
RumSl^ Cream S^arators that please
us-the one that pleases us most is 6
that we sell tfienvtsome in and let us
show |ou one.
For "goodness" sake
Buy it of us.
L. C. HUMMEL
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Main Street (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
We Are Saving For You
We want to sell you that bill of lumber you are figuring on getting No matter
how mucli or how little it may be that you want, of course you want the best and the
most you can get for the money We've told you so often that we can save you money
on lumber and building material that it may be getting a little chestnutty to you But
we are going to keep hammering away on quality and price till we convince you that it
will be to your advantage to buy lumber here
CALEY LUMBER CO.
pENJAfllN SOULE, Manager
General Merchandise 3
The New Ginghams for Spring are Here 1
pijj^JtlMII 1 1 11)1 I I III II .M'VljHmi,(TOsl'!
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
Log hauling on the Rum river and
its tributaries has about ceased for
The latest arnvals in Princeton are
a boy at Wm. Applegate's and a girl
at Mahlon Ellenbaum's.
Mrs. F. L. Mitchell of Excelsior
was visiting her brother, Dr. Tar
box, for a few days last week.
Charlie Tibbetts, while carrying
in some wood last week, fell and
broke one of the bones of his left
It is not worth while to quarrel
with your friends over a petty town
or county office. Life is too short
for such foolishness.
The first day of spring, March 21,
was a regular old snorter. I was
one of the most blustering, disagree
able days of the year 1888.
Grain quotations for today: No.
1 hard, 67 cents No. 1 northern, 64
cents No. 2 northern, 59 cents No.
3 northern, 54 cents corn, 40 cents
oats, 30 cents.
We never imagined there were so
many Irishmen in Princeton until
last Saturday, St. Patrick's day, and
judging from the lavish display of
green ribbon, everybody you met was
Talking about big loads of logs,
on March 17, at Robinson & Mead's
camp on Hilman brook, a load of 13
logs, scaling 6,370 feet, was hauled a
distance of three miles by a single
pair of horses.
Frank Campbpell and family ar
rived fiom California last week.
Frank spent Sunday in Princeton
and returned on Monday to Elk
River, where his family is tempora
Spencer Brook Correspondence.
Duncan Cameron, a native of Scot
land and resident of this town for
the past 20 yeais, died last night at
the lesidence of Eugene Clough. He
was 76 years old.
KNOW IT WELL.
Familiar Features Well Known to Hun
dreds of Princeton Citizens.
A familiar burden in many homes
the burden of a 'lame back.'' A
lame, weak or an aching back often
tells you of kidney ills Doan's Kid
ney Pills are for weak kidneys.
Here is Princeton testimony
Mrs. J. E Bates, N Main st.,
Princeton, Minn., sajs* I cheer
full} confirm all I said about Doan's
Kidney Pills when I publicly recom
mended them tniee years ago, and I
again advise their use to anyone hav
ing kidney trouble. That complaint
clung to me for years. My back was
weak and I could not stoop without
having sharp, shooting pains through
out my body. I had attacks of dizzi
ness and nervousness and a kidney
weakness caused me no end of annoy
ance. Doan's Kidney Pills were
finally procured for me and they
proved to be the best kidney medi
cine I ever ut,ed, giving me prompt
For sale by all dealers or upoi* re
ceipt of puce, 50 cents, Foster-Mil
burn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole
agents for the United States. Re
member the nameDoan'sand take
An auction sale will be held on the
farm of Chas Thompson, three quar
teis of a mile northwest of Blue
Mound, town of Blue Hill, on Fri
day, March 28, commencing at 10 a.
m., when 11 horses and colts, 8 milk
cows, bull, heifers, calves, sheep,
boar, sows, chickens, farm machin
ery, 'vehicles, household goods and
numerous other articles will be
offered. Free lunch at noon. See
posters for details.
Chas. Thompson, Owner.
Schuyler Hoyt, Auctioneer.
G. A. Eaton, Clerk. 13-1tp
By breaking open rotten logs one can
find in midwinter the grubs or larvae
of many of the wood boring beetles,
and beneath logs and stbnes near the
margins of ponds and brooks hordes of
the maggots or larvae of certain kinds
of flies may often be found huddled
together in great masses. The larvae
of a few butterflies also live over win
ter beneath chips or bunches of leaves
near the roots of their food plant or in
webs of their own construction, which
are woven on the stems close to the
buds whose expanding leaves will fur
nish them their first meal in spring.
The Perverse Sex.
"I thought you had such a good maid
"I did But when she called up on
the phone my husband answered her."
"Well?" "Well, he was so much charmed by
her voice that I didn't engage her."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
THE PBIKCETOX UNION: THTJBSDAY, MARCH 20, 1913.
So?,Sathilditlh0thin RSSfflSFV ThaT 1LSL *A&
D. D. D. Prescription
C. A. Jack.
I WANT COLUMN I
^"Notices under this head will be inserted
at one cent per word No advertisement wiU
toe published In this column for less than 15 cts
LOSTBetween Princeton and
Long Siding, on March 10, a sheep
lined overcoat. Finder please leave
coat at Union office and receive re
FOUNDIn my pasture, on the
Freer place, a gunnysack containing
part of a single harness and a pair of
shoes. Owner may obtain same upon
application to Theo O. Ziemann.
FOE SALE-One-haif acre of land
and large house in good residence
part of village. House can easily be
arranged to accommodate two fami
lies. For particulars address Box
233, Princeton, or call on me at
Union office. Chas. Harmon. 13 tfc
FOB, SALEBran new incubator
and brooder, cheap for cash. River
side hotel. 13-ltp
POR SALEBlack Minorca eggs,
50 cents a setting. Art Roos,
FOR SALEGood wild hay, $2
per ton on meadow. T. Car,
Route 2, Princeton. 13-ltc
FOR SALEOne choice registered
Jersey bull, 20 months old. For par
ticulars address F. M. Penhallegon,
Princeton, Minn. 13-2tc
FOR SALEOne high grade Jer
sey bull, 10 months old, from a fine
cow. F. M. Penhallegon, Princeton.
FOR SALE200 acres of land in
Baldwin township good, heavy black
soil, at $35 per acre. Buy direct
from the owner, C. E. White, Prince
OR SALEOne black mare colt
coming 3 years old. Henry Marpe,
FOR SALE OR RENTFarm of
320 acres in town of Blue Hill, 10
miles from Princeton. Call up Chas.
Thompson, Tri-State phone. 12-2tp
FOR SALEHomestead land in
fertile Montana. Relinquishment,
within four miles of town, house,
10 acres breaking, spring and brook
running through it. Write Fred
Dugan, Plevna. Montana. 12-3tc
EGGSEggs for hatching, from S.
C. Rhode Island Reds and Buff Leg
horns, at $1 per 15. My stock is
from Chicago, Springfield and Gales
burg winners. C. E. Nordwall, 2%
miles northeast of Zimmerman. 2tp
FOR SALEThree 3-year-old mare
colts, weight about 1,200 pounds
each. John Torell, Route 2,
FOR SALEOne of the best 80-
acre farms in Greenbush township,
cheap. Also a good-sized standard
and registered stallion at your own
price and terms. H. H. Himmelman,
Mankato, Minn. 12-4tc
FOR SALEMj residence prop
erty on south Main street, Piince
ton, for sale cheap. Addresss W. C.
Middlebrook,yNew Richmond, Wis.
FOR SALEBlocks 8 and 9 in
Ross-Mere addition, Princeton.
Apply to Rev. Jos. Willenbrink,
FOR RENT180-acre improved
farm located five miles northwest of
town in Greenbush township every
thing in first-class condition 100
acies under cultivation, 30 acres mea
dow and balance pasture: good build
ings Will rent for cash or share of
crop, but would prefer a renter
with considerable stock. Robt.
King, Princeton, Minnesota. 11-tfc
FOR SERYlCE-Full-blooded Hol
stein bull. Terms cash. C. Ca
ter Princeton village. 11-tfc
An auction will be held on the farm
of Peter Torell. 2 miles south of Kar^
mel store and 2 miles east of Chris
tine Westling's stoie, section 14, Wy
anett, on Thursday, March 27,begin-
ning at 10 a. m., when a pair of bay
mares, pair of black horses, a gray
male, 3 good milch cows, 2 calves, 150
chickens, 1 pig, farm machinery, ve
hicles, household goods, and numer
ous other articles will be offered for
Peter Torell, Owner.
T. J. Kaliher, Auctioneer.
G. A. Eaton, Clerk. 12-2tp
A a auction will be held on the
farm of Andrew Larson, near the
West Branch creamery, one mile west
of Long Siding, on Wednesday, April
2, commencing at 1 p. m., when 8
good milk cows, 18 head of young
stock, 1 team of horses, 1 brood ow,
chickens, farm machinery, vehicles,
household furniture, and numerous
other articles will be offered for sale.
Andrew Larson, Owner.
T. J. Kaliher, Auctioneer.
G. A. Eaton, Clerk. 13-2tc
Engines Boilers Gang Edgers
Planers and Matchers
We Manufacture a full line of Up-to-date
Our 1913 model United States Cream Separator can
be washed in half the time needed to clean any other
separator and make it sanitary. Every woman should
wash her separator mechanically with the U. S.
Our 1913 model U. S. has nickel silver skimming
sections. You absolutely cannot make them rust. Its
manufacturers guarantee it.
Our 1913 model U. S. Separator is operated with
about one-half the strength of older separators. Any
child or woman can run one easily.
Remember, too, it is this separatorThed XL S
which is celebrated the country over for its clean skim
ming a:.d holds the World's
Please give mo a demonstration Record. Close skimming
rusting skimming sections and can money.
be mechanically washed in 1 .i!f
the time needed wa^h ot ^r GUlCffi VOU D11C1 yOUT Wi fe
Name of these brand new
Address Separators and you try it ouetn
to your satisfaction?
How many cows I is well worth your time
what sepa^tor used and trole. Simply mail the
Kr'Lgr^rrwSav^! R. R. HOWEL & CO. Minneapolis, Minn.
A. C. SMITH
(Successor to Q. H. Gottwerth)
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices paid for Cattle and Hogs.
Ma/11 Street, Princeton.
Job Printing and Job Printing
Mcilhargey Hdw. & Furn. Go.
ARE THt BFST
Don't Be A Sucker
than a Stickney Engine to grind this corn, you will be the sucker.
MHMHHM^ EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
Scientific farming will increase the quality
and yield of your corn and remove the neces
sity of pulling suckersIf you buy any other
Peterson & Nelson
Peterson & Nelson Princeton, Minn.
SAW MILL MACHINERY
We also have Second
of Job Printingcnat which is neat and
artisti an tha which possesses neither of these qualities. The
Princeton Union makes it a point to turn out none but the former
kind, and the Union finds this easy because it has the type, machinery
and skilled labor with which to accomplish it.
Nothing Look Worse Tha
Botched Job Printing.
It is a drawback to the business of a merchant or anyone else who uses
it. Botched Job Printing suggests loose methods. Then why not use
the kind printed by the Union? It costs you no more and gives the
public a good impression of your business. The Princeton Union is
prepared to execute every description of
Commercial and Fancy Printing
at short notice and nominal prices. If you are in need of letterheads,
noteheads, billheads, statements, cards, posters, programs, wedding
invitations or any other work in the printing line, an order for the
same placed with the Union will insure its being produced in an at-
tractive and un-to-date style.
PRINCETON UNION I
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