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CHEAPER THAN WOOD
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WE HAVE AN
Unlimited Amount of Money
TO LOAN ON
No Commission or Red Tape
Lowest Rates and Best Term$
See Us Before Placing That Loaned
If You Wish to Sell Your Farm List It With Us
We Have The Buyers
Farmers State Bank
Long Siding, Minnesota
Real Estate Loans Insurance
I List your farms with me if you want to sell quick.
I Am going to open an office at Minneapolis, where I can get 1
closer connection to buyers.
Will conduct Auction Sales on commission or by the day.
1 HENRY UGLEM
Long Siding Minnesota 1
Concrete Stave Silo
It is a permanent, air-tight,
water-tight structure. |f It is
Wind, Fire, Acid, Rot, Vermin
and Disease-proof, fl It's walls
are rigid, perfectly smooth, and
form a true circle as staves are
curved to fit the circumference.
Expansion and contraction of
steel and concrete are the same
it does not shrink, swell or
warp. No tightening of hoops,
painting or rebuilding as with
FIRST COST ONLY COST
See our Sample Silo at Hunt's
Feed Stable Main Street, Prince
ton. If A postal will bring us to
see you personally, ft If you in
tend building a Silo, give our
proposition a thorough investi
gation. SAMPLES ALSO AT FOLEY,
MILACA, MORA and CAM
Tri-State 169Call 3.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR,
Over a million Ford cars in use today is your
best guarantee of satisfactory service. Serv
ing everybodybringing pleasure to every
body, the Ford car is a utilityyour car.
The same high quality with lower prices.
Costs least to operate and maintain. Ford
service everywhere. The Touring Car is
$440 Runabout $390 Coupelet $590 Town
Car $640 Sedan $740, f. o. b. Detroit. On
display and sale at Princeton by J. C. Herd
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THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1916
Lent, the season of reflection on the
eternal interests of our immortal soul
and'its duty to God, will witness ap
propriate services at St. Edward's
church on every Friday and Sunday
evening at 7:30, the way of the cross
will be recitedmeditation on Christ's
bitter suffering and deathfollowed
by a sermon and benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament. A series of spec
ially prepared sermons on the Ten
Commandments of God will be given
on these evenings. Mass as usual on
the second and fourth Sunday of the
month. These services for all with a
soul to save.
The regular Christian Science les
son sermon will be read at the Armory
at 10:45 o'clock every Sunday morn
Sunday school immediately follow
Cordial invitation extended.
Divine service will be held on the
Wednesday following the third Sun
day of each month at 8 p. m., in the
Rev. T. J. E. Wilson, Hinckley.
Services at Princeton next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock. Solo by Nathan
The Ladies' Aid society of Green
bush will meet with Mrs. August Lind
strom, Thursday, April 20, at 2 o'-
clock p. m.
All are welcome.
Rev. M. Peterson, D. D., Pastor.
10:3$Morning Services. Subject,
"It Might Have Been Worse."
7:30Evening Services. Subject,
"If Not, Why Not?"
Attractive music by the choir. Mrs.
Caley, director Misses Walker and
11:35 a. m.Sunday School.
Mrs. Ewing, Supt.
11:45 a. m.Brotherhood Class.
11:45 a. m.Teachers' Training class.
7:00 p. m.Epworth League.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
Come to church Sunday morning and
evening and bring your friends.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGOI
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Jesmer are con
templating a trip to the Pacific coast
for the benefit of Mrs. Jesmer's
Marion Brumbaugh and Miss Emma
Hurley were united in marriage by
Rev. W. J. Warner last Saturday
C. A. Jack, proprietor of the Pio
neer Drug Store, has secured the ser
vices of a new clerk, Mr. Carl Berg
strom, who can converse fluently in
the Scandinavian dialect as well as
Hon. John H. Allen of Fergus Falls
spent the Sabbath with relatives here.
Mr. Allen says he has been around
considerable of late and nowhere has
he seen a more prosperous town than
Hon. E. E. Price was in town be
tween trains Tuesday. He thinks he
will be able to secure at least $1,000
for bridges at Foreston and Milaca,
for which he certainly deserves great
George Seelye has rented the Whit
ney Brook ranch of I. C. Patterson for
a term of three years. George expects
to get rich raising hogs and potatoes.
He should catch onto a sensible little
wife and raise children, too.
Editorial: Give the Minnesota leg
islature a long white credit mark. The
bill appropriating $20,000 for the erec
tion of a monument at Gettysburg, to
mark the spot where the gallant First
Minnesota made its famous charge,
has passed both houses.
The maple sugar festival at Jes
mer's hall on Tuesday evening was
not largely attended, and some of
those who participated in the good
things -the ladies provided forgot to
see the cashier before leaving the hall.
County Commissioner Corey of Elk
River, accompanied by Commissioner
Berry of Baldwin, examined and ac
cepted, on behalf of Sherburne county,
the new bridge across the St. Francis
river in the town of Blue Hill, Tues
Justice Dickey assessed a young
Baldwin farmer $20 Saturday, for be
ing drunk and disorderly. This is the
second time within a couple of weeks
that that same young man has been
before Justice Dickey. The next time
the fine will be $50.
Mr. T. H. Caley has been confined to
his room for several days. He injured
himself on the right groin while get
ting out of his buggy a few days ago,
and besides he is suffering from a
severe attack of neuralgia of the
head. Brace up, Tom, this is the sea
son of the year when farming machin
ery is in demand.
F. M. Campbell is back from his
western trip. During his absence he
visited Seattle and several other towns
and prompt service.
EBSmffifflPBHS^ in the new state of Washington.
Frank's brother, Henry, is in Seattle
and if he strikes something rich will
remain there. Frank says that Cen
tralia, the place where Frank Hense
is located, is the liveliest town in
Our muscular village marshall, Ed.
Claggett, had a box of Havanas on
tap at Chapman's barber shop Sun
day. Upon inquiry we learned that
Ed. and Miss Christine Erickson had
been arraigned before Justice Dickey
the previous evening and that digni
tary had sentenced them to remain
together during life or good behavior.
The Union extends congratulations to
Mr. and Mrs. Claggett.
WANT COLUMN I
g*Notices under this head will be inserted
at one cent per word. No advertisement will
be published in this column for less than 15 cts.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOSTOn Milaca road passing
Henry Schimming's, a pair of auto
mobile chains. Finder please return
to Dr. H. C. Cooney for reward. 17-ltc
LOSTA wagon cover between
Princeton and the W. L. Mark place.
Finder please leave at Union office for
LOSTLast Saturday night on the
road between Silver lake and Prince
ton, a plush robe. Finder please re
turn to Fenimore Howard *or leave at
Union office for a reward. 17-ltp
FOR RENTA five-room house, in
southwest part of town. Electric lights
hardwood floor, also good cellar. In
quire at Mcllhargey Hardware Co.
FOR SALEOne buffet and a
cupboard. Inquire of W. L. Hatch,
FOR SALEFord delivery truck,
quick demountable rims, spare rim,
and same size front wheels as rear.
Double truss on the rear axle and
front torque rods. H. L. Shockley,
HOME FOR SALEIn Princeton,
12 rooms, garden, fruit trees and sev
eral lots. $1,500 cash $900 down,
balance 6% mortgage back, running
five years. Would consider trade of
farm of equal value, capable of good
income. Act quick. C. C. Wheaton,
611 Plymouth Building, Minneapolis,
FOR SALETwo good work horses
cheap. Inquire at the Union of
FOR SALEMarquis seed wheat.
Arthur W. Steeves, Tri-State phone,
call 19 on 20. 17-ltc
FOR SALEMy two-year-old
Shorthorn herd bull, "Perfection No.
399,161." Also two bull calves about
three months old. Eligible for record.
F. W. Fenske, route 1, Princeton.
FOR SALEWhite Cap Dent Seed
Corn, 1915 crop, 99 germination. Ad
dress J. W. Eppish, route 2, Zimmer
FOR SALEA stack of good clover
hay. Inquire of George Wolf, Prince
ton, route 5. 17-lt*
FOR SALEAbout 8 bushels of
medium red clover seed, at $11 per2.
bushel. Can be purchased at Hensch
el's Feed Store. C. W. Reichart, route
1, Princeton. 16-2tc
FOR SALETwo colts, three years
old, broken and weighing about 1,300
pounds each. Robt. Kornman, route
2, Princeton. 16-2tp
FOR SALEPure breed Light
Brahma eggs for hatching. Mrs. A.
Bryson, 'phone 355. 16-2tc
FOR SALEA four year old horse
weighing 1,250 pounds, broke single
or double. Gust Dahlen, Princeton.
Tri-State 311 14. 15-4t*
HpHIS bank is at all times in a position to loan money on improved farms.
GOOD STOCK FARM CHEAP NOTICEI have the agency for the
$30 per acre buys improved 1201. acre Swenson grubber, and have a machine
farm. Fifty acres under cultivation, I on hand for inspection. Look it over
Consult us for your farm mortgage and secure the most favorable rates
M^We Conduct Auction Sales. See Us For Rates~Wi
State Ban of Pease
Tri-State Phone 140-R7 PEASE, MINNESOTA
Northwestern Hospital and Sanitarium!
A private institution which combines all the advantages of a perfectly
equipped hospital with the quiet and comfort of a refined and elegant
home. Modern in every respect. No insane, contagious or other objec-
tionable cases received. New, quiet maternity rooms. Rates are as low I
|j as the most efficient treatment and the best trained nursing will permit.
H. C. COONEY, M. D., Medical Director
FRANCES S. COONEY, Superintendent
MISS CLARA HOLES, Registered Nurse, Supt. of Nurses
W Sell a! Right Prices
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Posts, Sash, Doors, Brick,
Roofing ffi Building Paper
balance timber and good meadow.
Half down, and long time on balance.
For particulars inquire of Jess La
Velie, Zimmerman, Minn., route No.
FOR SALEA fine Holstein cow,
4 years old in April, coming fresh
about April 30, and two Holstein heif
ers, nearly two years old. All are de
horned. Also medium red clover seed,
state tested. J. W. Eppish, Zimmer
man, Minn. 15-4t*
FOR SALEExtra choice June
and Progressive Ever-bearing straw
berry plants. Fine strong plants,
freshly dug and good count. Kellogg
strain. If you want quality plants at
right prices, write or phone to me.
H. J. Lowell. 15-4t*
It Costs I
To Talk to Some
But we make no charge for 2
full and complete Aiformation 2
regarding the cost of your 2
building plans. 2 2
CO HE IIS
And Learn That Which You
Wish to Know.
Rudd Lumber Co.
E GEO. A. COATES, manager
R. 0. N. SPRINGER, Oph. D.
of Dr. Kline's Sanatorium, Anoka Will be in
Princeton, Sunday, Apr. 16
at RIVERSIDE HOTEL
EYES EXAMINED AND GLASSES
FITTED BY ELECTRICITY
before you purchase a grubber. g.
Winsor, Princeton. 17-lt*
WANTEDTo buy a second-hand
wreaking plow. Must be in good work
ing order. C. A. Groff, route 1, Prince
ton. Northwestern phone 31 call 8.
SPRING WORKCleaning yards
and ashes hauled, cheap by the job or
load. Plowing gardens, general team
ing, etc. H. Pape, Tri-State 280. 2-tp
NOTICEMy pure bred Ayre
shire bull, "Princeton Prince, No.
17,464," is ready for service. August
Neumann, Princeton, route 2. 17-4tp
WANTEDTo buy old storm win
dow sashes. Call Tri-State, phone 290.