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A man may get tired of bSfi^
nary tobaccobut never of
Bedl Gravely Chewing Plug*
with its pure, clean taste
and lasting quality. //r
PJOTZ THE RIGHT TIRE
price and mileage,
with the right pol
icy back of it. The
Cuts work in half
You can keep your stalls and yourncows clean with'half the
labo*save time and feed, have healthier cows, better milk
more milk and greater profits, if you haveyour barn equipped
]the James Way,
Every"progressive dairymatf should^have^his.AbarnJitted
barn equipment, don^tholaback
themselves in any barn, olId or new,
Even if you are not ready to buy a COMPLETE sanitary
on the stanchions. JAMES
do new can be IMMEDIATE money-makers for you,
and that is the practical, sensible FIRST STEHtoward .owning a^fine^complete
barn equipment .r
You &re actually wasting money every day you put off the
installation of.James Equipment, because without it, you pay
out the money anyhow unnecessary expense of barn work
and in wasted feed that would be saved by James. Equip
ment You are paying out the money anyhow, so why not
have James Equipment to show for the money spentTy
10c a pouch and worth it
no more to chew than ordinary plug
P. B. Gravely Tobacco Company
MM i man
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO!
Judge Keith has gone to visit the
scenes of his youth among the rocks
and hills of Maine. He will be absent
about a month and be accompanied
home by his wife and son. -V,,\V
Mrs. Tom Warren, who has'been in
poor health for several months, has
been brought down from bobbins and
is stopping with Mrs. Eliza Page,
where she is under the care of a phy
Potato bugs are very troublesome
this year and Paris green is very
scarce and of an inferibr quality. Con
sequently farmers have to do a good
deal of bug-killing by hand and that
is a job to tire anybody's patience.
There are a good many tramps in
town, loitering here and there,- and
they should be invited to take a walk.
Last Monday night one of these bums
amused Himself by discharging a
revolver several times in the south
part of the village.
Farmers have commenced to har
vest rye in this vicinity.
Five cars of an extra freight were
derailed at Zimmerman this morning.
Nobody was injured and the damage
An anonymous correspondent wants
to know if we are a church member
and what church.we attend. Well, Mr.
Man-Afraid-to-Sign-His-Name, it is
none of your dd business.
That festive old gal, Julia Wood, of
Sauk Rapids is again on the war path
and is reaching for our scalp. But our
hair is short and she cannot get a
good grip. Behave yourself, Julia, and
in the course of time we will forget
that you ever wrote poetrywe may
even learn to love you.
Hon. H. E. Craig of Orrock brought
over his daughter, Miss Bird, on Tues
day, to attend the summer training
school. During his stay Mr. Craig was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brady.
I WANT COLUMN
t2TNotices under this head will be inserted
at one cent per word. No advertisement will
be published in this column for less than 25 cts.
Male Help Wanted
YOU CAN HELP
WIN THE WAR
We want able bodied men in our shell shop
for machine operators. Previous experience
unnecessary. We will pay good wages while
learning preliminary operations, and high
wages when men have., acquired the necessary
experience. We are doing a large amount
of Government w.ork, so when you enter our
employment you are hejping the boys in the
Address: Employment OffW,
TWIN CITY FORGE &
FOR SALEMy home at a sacrifice.
Must sell at once. Strictly modern, hot
and cold water, two bath, rooms, hot
water heating plant, laundry and base
ment, electric lighted, garage and
barn. Will sell on easy terms. C. S.
Neumann, Princeton. 31-tfc
FOR SALEA nice home, equipped
with waterworks, good outbuildings
and 15 acres of land, half mile 'from
town on Silver lake road. F. A
FOR SALEAWd coal self-feeder
stove, and a good family icebox, also
an iron bedstead with steel springs
Am going to leave town shortly. Hen
ry Arnold, sr., Princeton. 31-2e
FOR SALE130-acre farm, 3 miles
from Princeton, 53 acres under plow,
25 acres new land, balance pasture, and
meadow. Barn 24x48, hen house 14x
36, two wells, pump house 12x14
house 16x24. All new buildings. The
whole to be sold, together with grow
ing crops. Elmer Siffing, Route 4
FOR SALEGray mare 4 years old
weight 1,600 pounds, guaranteed
sound, single or double also good set
double work harness. Edward Talen
Route 4, Milaca phone Princeton 39-
FOR SALETeam of bay mares,
wagon and harness, or will trade for
stock or on a car. Team can be seen
at S. P. Woodman's farm. 31-lp
FOR SALEForty acres all im
proved, with neat set of buildings,
situated five miles north of Princeton,
half mile from Scenic highway. Price
$4,000.00, easy terms. McMillan
Stanley, Princeton, Minn. 18-tfc
TAKEN UPOn Tuesday a black
horse came to my place south of town.
Owner may recover same upon ap
plication to Frank Diedricks. 31-lp
Read the advertisements in the
Unionthen patronize its adver
3K' aC 3 5 3K-
Services every Sunday at St. Ed
ward's church, Princeton, and at St.
Francis de Chantal church, Greenbush.
as follows: "E^Kr'* 3Y*5M$
On the first and third Sundays of
the month, hjgh mass at 8:30 at
Princeton at Greenbush at 10:30. On
the second, fourth and fifth Sundays
of the month, high mass at 10:30 at
Princeton at Greenbush at 8:30 At
all services an appropriate sermon on
the gospel of the day. The public is
at all times most welcome to attend
any of these services.
Rev. Father Villenbrink, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.
Union service at 11 at which time
Rev. T. J. E. Wilson will preach. Let
everybody plan to be with us. You will
all be made welcome.
W. B. Milne.
The Christian Science society of
Princeton, armory, Sunday at 10:45 a.
Bible lesson subject"Truth."
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
A cordial invitation extended to all.
Married life is a game of questions
and answers. It's the wise man who
asks few questions, and a wiser one
who gives brief answers.
HEARD IN PRINCETON.
How Bad Backs Have Been Made
StrongKidney Ills Corrected.
All over Princeton you hear it.
Doan's Kidney Pills are keeping up the
good work. Princeton people are
telling about ittelling of bad backs
made sound again. You can believe
the testimony of your own townspeo
ple. They tell it for the benefit of you
who are suffering. If your back aches,
if you feel lame, sore and miserable,
if the kidneys act too frequently, or
passages are painful, scanty and off
color, use Doan's Kidney Pills, the
remedy that has helped so many of
your friends and neighbors. Follow
this Princeton citizen's advice and give
Doan's a chance to do the same for
G. Bridge, retired farmer, says:
"Doan's Kidney Pills were all right, I
found, when I used them. My back
was, aching a great deal and when I
turned suddenly or bent over, sharp
pains went through me. My kidneys
didn't act right. I felt miserable and
all rundown. Doan's Kidney Pills
soon gave me a cure that has lasted
for some time."'
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedyget
Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that
Mr. Bridge had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs.,. Buffalo N. Y. Adv.
Had pfhem Trained.
When a negro 'was arrested In St
Paul with a hen under each arm, two
persons claimed the booty. A police
sergeant said the one who could prove
ownership could have the chickens so
one of the claimants sat quietly in a
chair and called, "Come, Snooks," A
white hen flopped up on his knee.
"Now, Becky," and the red hen perched
on the other knee. "Take 'em," said
the satgeant "they your'n."
First time offered for sale, 4,000
acre tract of timber, meadow and cut
over land, located in southwestern
Aitkin county, Minnesota, within
three to ten miles of Mille Lacs lake,
oh or convenient to good roads, schools
and in a rapidly developing communi
ty. The soil is rich timber loam with
clay subsoil and is very productive,
especially adapted to dairying and di
versified farming. Some of these
lands have enough mixed hardwood
timber to pay for them. These lands
will be sold in tracts of 40 acres up
prices from $9 to $20 per acre, $2.0flT
cash and balance in five yearly pay
ments. Can, show these lands at any
time from Princeton by automobile.
Don't miss this opportunity to get a
good pieee of land at a reasonable
price and on easy terms.
27-tfc- Robt. H. King
Mille Lacs county, Minn., at the High
School buiWingrs, Princeton and Milaca, on
July 29, 30 and 81, 1918.
Monday. July 29.
A. M.8:00 to 8:45 Enrollment.' ''_
8:45 to 9:15 Spelling. ?V
fJIT" 9:15 to 10:00 Penmanship. _-
10:00 to 12:00 Arithmetic.
P. M.1:15 to 3:00 Geography.
3:00 to 4:00 Composition,
&iz, 4:00 to 5:00 Reading.
P.M.1:15 to 2:45 Algebra. i-
P.-4'* ,s- Genera History
KI*B Tuesday, July 30. .^-/&&\^
A. M.8:00 to 9:45 United States History.
9:45 to 11:30 English Grammar.
11:30 to 12:00 Music.
P. M.1:15 to 2:45 Physiology-Hygiene^
2:45 to 4:00 Civics.
4:00 to 4:45 Drawing. Ju V. 4,
Wednesday, July 31. V.3
A. M.8:00 to 8:30 Enrollment.*",.'/V'"'^ ''I
8:30 to 10:15 Geometry.* yVa?^iJ^fi
10:15 to 12:00 Physics. 4jf
2:45 to 4:15 Physical Geography' or
4:15 to 5:15 Agriculture.
If Geography, Physiology-Hygiene, or Alge
bra do not require the full time, the remaining
time may be used for the subjects that follow.
A fee of fifty cents must be paid by each
applicant. This fee goes to the state depart
This is the only examination for the year
and all certificates must be secured at this
time. OLOF WASENIUS.
Co. Supt. of Schools^
80-2c @V4SsBrl ,,Princeton Minn
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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 every respect. No insane, contagious or other objec-
tionable cases received. New,,quiet maternity rooms. Rates are as low
as the most efficient treatment and the best trained nursing will permit.
H. C. COONEt, M.D., Medical Director
FRANCES S. COONEY, Superintendent
MISS CARRIE WALZ, R. N., Supt. of Nurses.
What is Worth
At All Is Worthy
The Best Lumber
It works to Better Ad
vantage, requiring less
Time andis Labor.
in Cos so Slight
that it Should Cut no Figure.
You'll Find 'Twill Pay to Use
THE KIND WE SELL
Rudd Lumber Company
W. F. MOORES, Manager
RfcI. SPRINGER Opb.0.
of Dr. Kline's Sanatorium, Anoka Will be in
Princeton, Sunday, Aug. 18
CUNTIL 6 M.)
at RIVERSIDE HOTEL
EYES EXAMINED AND GLASSES
PITTED BY ELECTRICITY
"If your credit is good at the bank, it is
good with me."
1,800 acres of selected Hardwood Timber
Lands in Southern Aitkin county on good
road, mail route, near schools, in fairly well
settled community, and within from three to
six miles of railway markets. Can be pur-
chased in small tracts at from
$15.00 to $17.50 Per Acre
on easy terms and low rate
full particulars see or write
McMillan & Stanley
of interest. For
Princeton, Minn, i
MARTIN KLEES, Prop y3
Good rooms and clean beds. Meals and lunches
served at all hours, tobacco and cigars. Regan's
bread and pastry fresh every day.
r^riain Street Princeton
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