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House cleaning is seriously to be considered. Antici-^
pate this work and do it early. Buy your house-clean
ing supplies here, and let us give you the easy, rapid
and economical helps which we sell. This means buy-
ing just a little bit ahead of the house cleaning season
and getting your work done a little bit earlier, buying
products not so much in demand, and thus saving a
great deal of money on your purchase. It is advice
C. A. Jack Drug Co.
I Open Sundays from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
George I. Staples is the only person who is
authorized to collect money due this office. In
every case the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
receipt. R. C. DUNN, Publisher.
Nelson's photos please the people.
W. G. Fredericks left for Cleveland
Monday on business.
Chas. Blocker transacted business
in Minneapolis the first of the week.
When in need of a new sewing ma
chine be sure to call at Ewing's Music
Twelve applications for citizenship
will be acted upon at the coming term
O. B. Randall
plants to Mike
has sold lighting
Kaliher and Max
J. F. Warren of Onamia, former
county commissioner, transacted busi
ness here Tuesday.
Odin Odegaard recerved a couple of
carloads of Fords recently, but most
of them have been sold.
A. B. McKown of Blue Hill was a
Princeton visitor Saturday and made
the Union a pleasant visit.
Jason Foote of Minneapolis was
called here by the death of his grand
mother last week. He returned Mon
A license to wed was issued to Mr.ver
Theodore O. Melger of New Ulm and
Miss Nora Eloise Onstad of Foreston
Miss Inga Olcen of Elk River visit
ed over Surday at the home of her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Nelson.
Six good lots three blocks west of
Main street for sale at a reasonable
price for cash, or will trade for cord
wood, green or dry. Box 271. 10-tfc
Lee West, of Brewster, Wash., visit
ed his old friend, C. G. Richardson of
Baldwin, and also the G. W. Townsend
and Fred E. Townsend families last
Mis. M. Peterson and daughter,
Miss Evelyn, were passengers to Min
neapolis Monday morning, where the
latter will take a course in music at
Wouldn't you like a Victrola for
your home? Our convenient terms
make it easy for you to get one.to
Victrolas $15.00 to $250.00. Ewing's
Music Store. 4-tfc
Extra efforts will be made by up-to
date gardners this spring to bring
vegetables to market as early as pos
sible. The frosts and storms in the
south have cut off some of the early
The annual meeting of the Isle Co
operative creamery was held on the
25th ult., and the old board of officers
was re-elected. The creamery has
been in operation since July 5, and the
busines is growing.
O. B. Randall has sold a Delco elec
tric lighting plant to J. M. Johnson.
Also a Hynman milking machine and
three electric motors, individual motor
drive on each one. These machines
will all be installed on Mr. Johnson's
up-to-date farm in Bogus Brook.
The annual sale of the Ladies' Aid
society of the Swedish Lutheran
church will be held in the church Wed
nesday evening, March 14, at 7 o'clock.
Handsome and useful articles will be
offered for sale. Lunch will also be
served for 15 cents. You are invited.
Farmers' State Bank of Ronneby is
the name of a new financial institu
tion for Benton county, and it will be
ready for business about March 15.
The incorporators are Geo. Dixon and
E. W. Edwards of Minneapolis and J.
F. Krenz of Douglas. The first named
will be cashier. The capital is $10,000.
Rapid, Ecopomical Helps
rugg is ts
Girls wanted at the Arlington hotel,
Mrs. Velma V. Wheeler is visiting
at the Geo. W. Townsend home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Allen were Mil
aca visitors the first of the week.
Oscar Wikeen visited at his home
here the latter part of last week.
J. H. Hoffman transacted business
in Minneapolis the first of the week.
Clem Newton is up and around, hav
ing recovered from a siege of rheu
Fred Coates of St. Paul arrived here
Saturday to visit his brother, George,
The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Otto Henschel next Tuesday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock.
You will find the advertisement of
Creglow's store, appearing elsewhere,
interesting. Read it.
Geo. Raiche has purchased a restau
rant in Mora, and he and his wife
have taken possession.
Rev. Melin of Cokato occupied the
pulpit of the Swedish Lutheran church
last Sunday, and made a favorable im
Mrs. Augusta Townsend of Minne
apolis is spending the week with her
mother, Mrs. Wheeler of Baldwin, and
J. H. Norcross of Milaca, J. E. Schu
of Page, Iver Olnes of Borgholm
have each been awarded bounty on a
wolf the past week.
Owing to the disagreeable weather
the meeting of the Parents and Teach
ers asociation was postponed from last
evening to next Wednesday evening.
The first robbin of the season has
been reported. Nels Nelson, who re
sides in the south end of the village,
saw one of these harbingers of spring
Have you seen the new style Edison
Amberolas? Style 30 and one dozen
records only $36.00. Terms cash or
on easy payments. Ewing's Music
A home talent play entitled "Mrs.
Tubbs of Shantytown'' and a basket
social will be given at the Brickton
school house, Saturday evening,
March 17. Don't miss it.
Fred Keniston of Brooklyn Center,
and wife and baby, returned yesterday
their home, after a few days visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Pierson
and other relatives and friends.
The auction sale of H. A. Humphrey
Tuesday was largely attended. Mr.
and Mrs. Humphrey expect to make
this village their home in the future,
and Princeton will welcome them.
The Men's club of the Methodist
church was postponed from the an
nounced date on account of a funeral
which the speaker had to attend. The
committee is not yet prepared to an
nounce the time of the next meeting.
Arthur B., the little son of Rev. and
Mrs. James A. Geer, had the misfor
tune to break his right leg just above
the ankle joint last Sunday. The
larger bone was broken, but not splin
tered so that it will knit readily. He
is doing nicely.
Before you start for Princeton to
have your picture taken be sure it is
the first or third Saturday or Sunday
of the month, as these are the only
days you will find Nelson the famous
photographer from Anoka, at his stu
dio in Princeton. 2-tfc
A good home talent entertainment
is appreciated by everyone. Such a
one will be put on at the Armory. St.
Patrick's night, Saturday, March 17.
The program will consist of orchestral
music, vocal solos, duets and quar
tetts of the beautiful Irish songs, and
will close with a farce that will send
you home laughing.
Mrs. R. CN.
Dunn was a St. PM.\*W*f'
itpr from Saturday to TuesdayW?-
Mrs. W. H. Hollands was a iass|h
ger to Minneapolis!y|sterday morning.
The Dorcas society will meet with
Mrs. 0 B. Newton next Wednesday
The Kings Herald will meet with
Dorothy and Doris Howard next Sat
The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E
church will meet at Mrs. C. O. Moore's
next Wednesday afternoon.
The Townsend Produce Co. has
moved into the building formerly oc
cupied by the City Meat Market.
Tuesday was the first nice warm day
in two weeks, but yesterday saw an
other snow storm and the skies are
Mrs. F. W. Manke will entertain a
parcel shower tomorrow evening in
honor of Miss Stella Bockoven, a bride
of this month.
Mrs. Tom- Owen returned to her
home in Minneapolis Monday, after a
week's visit here with her mother,
Mrs. C. E. Hill.
Mrs. Maggie Jewell left for her
home at Sheffield, Iowa, last week,
being accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. S. M. Sinclair.
L. E. Bergman sold a 122-ton silo
to Joe Vetik of Braham this week, and
an 84-ton concrete stave silo to Anton
M. Nelson of Greenbush.
Miss Martha Balck of Minneapolis,
a friend of Louis Newton, who is ill
at the Northwestern hospital, is a
guest at the Fred Newton home.
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, will
be in town on Wednesday and Thurs
day, Mar. 28 and 29. Eyes examined
and glasses fitted. Office at the Com
mercial Hotel. 1-tfc
Mrs. I. Martin left for Northwood,
Iowa, yesterday to visit*her son-in
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Warner. Mr. Martin accompanied his
wife as far as Minneapolis.
Marshal King and Cahin Olson
ended the life ofso far as is known
a tramp Shepherd dog yesterday
morning. The dog was inclined to be
vicious and had bitten a Drescher boy
The building recently vacated by the
Townsend Produce Co. is being fixed
up inside, and the C. G. Peterson pool
room, now operating on First street^
second door east of tlie Union office,
will occupy same.
Miss Clara Roos was the victim of
an agreeable surprise Tuesday even
ing when some neighbors and other
friends called to aid her in the proper
observance of the anniversary of her
birth. A delightful time was had.
Are you going to have an auction
sale this spring? If so, see the oldGreenbush
reliable auctioneer, T. J. Kaliher. He
is prepared to "cry" a sale at any time,
and his past record is ample evidence
of his ability. You will make no mis
take if you secure his services. 6-tfc
Sleighing cannot last very much
longer and next summer you will be
busy. Turn in your order now for a
Brooks Patent Concrete Stave Silo. A
four per cent discount from our regu
lar price list during the month of
March. L. E. Bergman, Princeton.
while riding on a Davis & Anderson
dray. Two crates of steel ceiling on
the dray sleds tipped over, when the
team stopped short, and struck Mr.
Mossman's right leg. He was not
seriously hurt, however, and will
doubtless be up and around soon.
County Superintendent Wasenius re
ports that someone entered his house
in this village during the absence of
the family and took a suit of summer
clothes. Some one must be non com
pos mentis who would break into a
man's house and take a suit of sum
mer clothing with the thermometer
ranging from zero to 30 below.Ona
mia Lake Breeze.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newton received
word last Thursday that their son,
Louis, who drives an auto truck in
the salvage corps of the Minneapolis
Fire Department, was ill with pneu
monia. Mr. Newton went to the city
the following day, and returned with
his son, who is now at the Northwes
tern hospital. Friends will be pleased
to learn that he is doing very well.
Regular meeting of Wallace T.
Rines Post, No. 142, G. A. R., will be
held in the Armory on Saturday,
March 10, 1917. All members are retending
quested to be present. Those who
contemplate going to Vicksburg this
fall should attend even if it rains or
the snow is drifting. W. Cartwrjght
Like Any Oilier Method of Heal
ing Sometime* Fails Unless Combined
With Other Therapeutical Agencies/
Fifteen Years of Experience in the
Enables Dr. Isgrigg to meet successfully al
most any emergency which might arise in the
treatment of the sick. Suggestive Therapeutics
is the most powerful, natural, and successful
treatment known to Science for the relief and
cure of all manner of Organic disease, and
while Chiropractic adjustment if properly ap
plied to the spine in certain cases is very suc
cessful where there is subluxations or dis
placements of some of the vertebrae, yet Chiro
practic adjustments cannot be relied upon to
give the desired results in a great many cases
without being combined and having the assis
tance of other therapeutical methods. This
being absolutely true, it is perfectly reasonable
that a combination of these two systems prac
ticed together is a great deal more effective
and successful in the cure of any chronic dis
ease than either of the above systems would
be if they were practiced separately and by a
combination of Suggestive Therapeutics and
Chiropractic adjustments practiced together,
Dr. Isgrigg is not only able to promise relief,
but a complete cure of a large number of the
chronic diseases which humanity is suffering
from. Dr. Isgrigg is the only practitioner of
Suggestive Therapeutics in the State of Min
nesota and the public is very fortunate in
having the opportunity to get these treatments
in a small town like Princeton.
Offices Over Herdliska's Jewelry Store.
1 Ascension Athletic Club of Min
is gg neapoiis vs. Co. Q.
gl S The locals are stronger than
ever and the Minneapolis quint
jl has a formidable reputation. The
contest is bound to be a sizzler. ra
As I have rented rooms at the
Kochendofer residence, second door
east of high school, I am prepared to
do all kinds of dressmaking. I use
the Snow system of garment cutting.
Margaret Albrecht. 11-ltp
Clyde Robideau of LaMoure/N. D.,
visited at the home of his parents in
over Sunday. He had been
to Chicago. Clyde represents the
North American Life Insurance Co.,
and, of course, is making good.
Friends here were more than pleased
to see him, but all pronounced his visit
entirely too short.
There was a good roads meeting at
Foley yesterday, and all section of
Benton county were represented by
the several county, township and vil
lage officers and representatives of
local organizations. The meeting was
called by the county board and it is
J. W. Mossman was injured Tuesday present, and moving pictures of mod-
sensible move. Able speakers were
em road building were shown,
good should result.
The R. M. Neely household furni
ture will be offered for sale to the
highest bidder at Kaliher & King's
barn on Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock, consisting of: One bedroom
suite, 1 iron bed, 1 wood bed, 1 dining
room table and chairs, 1 center table,
rocking chairs, couch, book case, 1
dresser, carpet, rugs, mattress, and
numerous other articles.
11-ltp T. J. KALIHER, Auct.
To the Voters of Princeton:
Having become a candidate for
president of council, a brief statement
from me may not be a~miss. At the
outset I will say that up to the time
the recent village caucus was held,
I had absolutely no intention of filing
for any office, whatsoever-*-never even
dreamed of such a thing. When over
100 citizens requested me to make the
race, however, I decided to do so.
It is now up to the voters, and while
a candidate naturally likes to be elect
ed, I will feel no bitterness if I am
unsuccessful and will give the winner
my hearty co-operation in anything
to promote the welfare of the
village. And if chosen my best en
deavors will be exerted for a bigger
Princeton, and a better Princeton in
every way. Respectfully yours,
11-ltc. SWAN OLSON.
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A N ADJUSTMENT is the name of the action of the Chiropractor
**-1 when he, by a quick scientific'movement of the hands, finally ad-
justs the vertebra^back to its normal position.
A SUBLUXATION is that condition where one articular surface
partially loses its relation to its"correspondent.
F*_ "DISEASE'' is^a lack of normal function, incoordination between
the'mental and the physical. Unbalanced condition of force, matter
and time. HEALTH is that conditionwhere the nerves areoallowed free and
uninterrupted communication to all^parts of the^body,
A VERTEBRA is one of the segments'of the spine or backbone.
NERVE TRACING is a mode of palpation*usedby the Chiroprac-
tor to prove the direct nerve connection between thelbrain^and tissues.
The Chiropractor begins tracing the tender'nerye'from the point of im-
pingment to the parts affected, orjvice versa,
Man's first duty is to keep himself well,
Chiropractic is distinctly original and the only health form of its
kind in the world.
We are the first health profession in the world to make use of noth-
ing but'the bare bands in the practice of a health science.
MINNIE A. PERRY
Special Attention to Ladies and Children.
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