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Long Siding, Minnesota
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See L. E. Bergman, Princeton, Minn.
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|TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGOT
Princeton's new $15,000 brick school
house is located on low ground yet it
looms up well when viewed from a
The town of Blue Hill, Sherburne
county, is coming to the front. Ten
years from now it will be the best
agricultural town in Sherburne county.
James Baker, the Anoka man who
applied for a license to sell intoxi
cating liquors in the town of Borg
holm, east of Milaca, has withdrawn
Liberty Clark is over from St. Cloud
enjoying a few days chicken shooting
with his old chums in Princeton. Life
at the reformatory seems to agree
A young man named Gardner ab
stracted a watch from Clark's jewelry
store Monday, but he claimed he took
it in fun. Mr. Clark refused to prose
cute, but the fun cost Gardner sev
Charles A. Jack is receiving the con
gratulations of his friends over the
arrival of a lusty boy at his home last
Monday, and cigars were free to all
callers at the Pioneer Drug store
Judge Campbell, attorney for the
Great Northern, was in town Tuesday
and although his professional duties
monopolized most of his time, in com
pany with Judge Keith he managed to
bag a few chickens.
School commenced Monday as per
anouncement with a good attendance
of scholars. There are thirty pupils
in the high school and the number
will be increased to fifty ere the close
of the first quarter.
Every man and boy in Princeton
who owned a bird dog and gun, or
could beg, borrow ov steal a gun de
clared war against, the inoffensive
prairie chickens Tuesday. Almost
every family in town dined on prairie
We acknowledge the receipt of a
complimentary ticket to the Isanti
county fair which is to be held at Cam
bridge on the 16th and 17th of Sep
tember. Next year we hope we will
be in a position to invite our Isanti
county friends to the Mille Lacs coun
There will be little or no business
for the grand jury to transact at the
ensuing term of court. One little
trivial case in which a justice of the
peace is said to have assumed the
duties of his office before his bond
was properly filed, is all we know of.
Judge Kerr and son of St. Paul are
up here on their annual chicken hunt.
The judge is a great favorite with the
local sportsmen and with everybody
else in Princeton for that matter. If
there are any chickens in the country
the judge will have his share of them.
THE BEST PROOF
Princeton Citizens Cannot Doubt It.
Doan's Kidney Pills were used
They brought benefit.
The story was told to Princeton res
Time has strengthened the evi
Has proven the result lasting.
The testimony is from this locality.
The Proof convincing.
Mart Dunning, Cambridge, Minn.,
says: "I had an extreme lameness
in my back and I used Doan's Kidney
Pills. I soon knew that I had at last
found something that would remove
the lameness. I got a great deal of
relief, too, from dizziness and my kid
neys were fixed up in good shape."
A Permanent Cure.
More than two years later Mr. Dun
ning said: The cure Doan's Kidney
Pills gave me has been permanent. I
still highly endorse them.
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedyget
Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that
Mr. Dunning has twice publically
recommended. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the secretary of the Water,
Light, Power and Building commission
on 500 tons' of either Youghioghehy,
Elkhorn or Pocahontas coal screenings
up to and including Tuesday, Septem
ber 5, at 7:30 p. m.
The right to reject any or all bids
is hereby reserved.
Water, Light, Power and
37-ltc By Ira G. Stanley, Sec.
(First Pub. Aug. 24-3t.)
Notice of Bridge Letting.
Sealed bids will be received by the town
board of Princeton township, Mille Lacs coun
ty, at the office of the town clerk at Princeton.
Minn., until Oct. 7 at 2 o'clock p. m., 1916,
tor the construction of the following bridge:
State Bridge No. 353, between sections 29
and 30, township 36 north, range 27 west,
township of Princeton.
Seventy-five foot steel truss spans, 18 foot
roadway, reinforced concrete floor, or rein
forced concrete abutments.
Plans and specifications are on file in the
office above specified or may be seen at the
office of the State Highway Commission, 300
Shubert Building, St. Paul, Minn.
Each proposal must be
THE pfelNdETON UNION: THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1916
satisfactory bidder's bondn, cash or a certified
check for at leasbte five (5) per cent of the
amount of the bid payable to the town treas
urer of said township.
blank form fur a
nished by the undersigned.
The board reserves the right to accept or
reject any proposal.
Dated at Princeton, Minn., this 19th day
of August, 1916.
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Services at St. Edward's church ev
ery Sunday as follows: On the first
and third Sunday of the month, mass
at 8:30. The second mass is said at
the Greenbush church. On the sec
ond, fourth and fifth Sunday of the
month, two masses will be said: Low
mass at 8:30 high mass at 10:30.
Evening services consist of Vespers,
sermon and Benediction of the Bless
ed Sacrament. Sermon of the gospel
of the day at all the services. Ev
eryone is welcome to any of these
Rev. E. B. Service's subjects at the
Methodist church for next Sunday
morning, "For You I Am Praying
evening, "Why Don't the World Lis-
Special music by the choir, Mrs.
Clair Caley, musical director. Misses
Briggs, Svarry and Walker, organists.
Sunday school at 11:35 a. m., Mrs.
Brotherhood class, 11:45 a. m.
Teachers' training class, 11:45 a. m.
Epworth League Sunday evening at
7 o'clock, Miss Carol Howard, leader.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will
be observed next Sunday morning
also reception of members.
Members and adherents of the
church are requested to be present
next Sunday morning and evening.
Sunday school at Princeton next
Sunday at 11 a. m.
Services at Zimmerman next Sun
day at 10:30 a. m.
The Ladies' Aid society of Princeton
will meet with Mrs. Satterstrom
Thursday afternoon, September 7, at
All are welcome.
Rev. M. Peterson, D. D., Pastor.
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.
jUTNotices under this head will be inserted
at one cent per word. No advertisement will
be published in this column for less than 5 cts.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUNDA new automobile tire
near the Greenbush M. E. church.
Owner can recover same at (Seorge
Swearinger's, Zimmerman, by paying
for this advertisement. 37-ltp
FARM FOR RENTEighty acres
one mile west of Princeton. Inquire of
H. B. Taylor. 37-2tp
FOR RENTFurnished room board
if desired. Phone 176. 37-ltp
FOR RENTTwo rooms with elec
tric lights, and barn room for two
horses. C. Arnholdt, two blocks south
west of the school house. 37-2tp
FOR RENTThree upstairs rooms,
two blocks north of West Branch
bridge. Tri-State phone 173. 37-ltc
FOR RENTThe Ludden building
on First street, second door from the
Union office. See J. J. Skahen. 37-ltc
WANTEDGirl who wishes to at
tend high school in Minneapolis can
have room and board with a small
family in return for light house work.
Splendid home for right party. Handy
to either South or Central high. Will
pay car fare to and from school.
FOR SALEHay stumpage at $1
per ton. About 40 acres. J. A. Smith.
FOR SALETeam of horses, har
ness and wagon. Horse weigh about
900 each. First fair offer takes "them.
Townsend Produce Co., Princeton.
FOR SALEAn Overland automo
bile, good as new. Also a piano, new.
Inquire of Max Young, Princeton,
for two horses.
-A room and barn room
C. Arnholdt, at Orton
FOR SALEAn Avery 816 gaso
line tractbr and a triple gang plow.
This outfit is guaranteed to do satis
factory work, and unless the pur
chaser is satisfied with it after a trial
no money will be demanded. Also
have two potato diggers for sale
right. F. W. Manke, Princeton.
FOR SALEA team, weight 2600
pounds 5 years old also one horse 4
List of letters remaining unclaimed
at the postoffice at Princeton, Minn.,
on Aug. 28, 1916:
Mr. Wilhelm Carlson, Mrs. P. H.
Lunwall, Mr. Sidney Davies, Mr. W. C.
Whitney, Mr. W. R. Graham.
Please call for advertised letters.
M. M. Briggs, P. M.
All announcements under this head are paid
for, unless otherwise stated, by the person
whose name is affixed to the announcement at
the regular transient rate of 25 cents per inch
or fraction of an inch each insertion. R. C.
Dunn, whose postoffice address is Princeton,
Minnesota, is the sole owner of this news
paper. R. C. DUNN, Publisher.
Having filed for the county com
missionership from the First district,
I respectfully ask for the favorable
consideration of the voters.
If elected, I will endeavor to per
form the duties connected with that
office in a fair and impartial manner,
and to advance the best interests of
my constituents at all times. Your
vote will be appreciated.
Northwestern Hospital and Sanitarium
A private institution which combines all the advantages of a perfectly
equipped hospital with the quieiteand comfort of a andeelegantlosa
home Modern every respect. No insane, contagious or other objec-
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as the most efficient treatment and the best trained nursing will permit.
H. C. COONEY, M. D., Medical Director
FRANCES S. COONEY, Superintendent
MISS IRENE JORDAN, Registered Nurse, Supt. of Nurses.
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