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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 in 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.
if. C. COONEY, M. D., Medical Director
FRANCES S. COONEY, Superintendent
MISS IRENE H.. CRESS, R. N., Supt. of Nurses.
MISS FRANCES VERTIN, R. N., Assistant Supt.
DO YOU KNOW
CALVIN OLSON, Prop.
what4t means to have clean
knives and blocks, hooks,
counters and cases It means
that you are protected from
disease which can be trans-
mitted through food. We
take particular pride in the
cleanliness of our market.
R. D. N. SPRINGER, Oph. D.
of Dr. Kline's Sanatorium, Anoka Will beia l\
Princeton, Sunday, Jan. 18
(UNTIL 6 P. M.)
At MERCHANTS HOTEL
Eyes Examined and Glasses Fitted
"If your cnedit is good at the bank, it is
good with me."
Furs! Furs! Furs!
We want all kinds of furs. Sell
us your hides also. We pay the
Townsend Produce Company
1 Don't NeedtoTell YotF
says the Good Judge
Wby so many men are
going to the small chew of
this good tobacco.
You get real tobacco sat
isfaction out of this small
chew. The rich taste
lasts and lasts. Youdon't
.need a fresh chew so
often. Any man who uses
the Real Tobacco Chew
will tell you that.
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a Jong fine-cut tobacco
JV*,A -~"-Apr* tfftiv5
St. Edward's. i
,New Year's dayFeast of the Cir
cumcision 9 a. m., low mass and ser
Saturday, 2p. m.Christmas show
er for the children attending- religious
SundayServices at Grecnbush.
Rev. C. A. Mayer.
Sunday school at 10.
Morning service at 11.
We would have finished our/morn
3 ing sermon last Sunday night, but
some who could not be there requested
we finish it next Sunday morning. The
subject is "The Doctrine of Sin."
Evening service at 7:30 subject,
|'"The Open Door." A New Year's
jS Come and hear the splendid singing
gl by the male chorus.
W. B. Milne.
In Greenbush, Sunday school at 10
a. m. morning service in Swedish at
11 a. m..
In Princeton, Sunday school and
bible study at 2 p. m. English service
at 3 p, m.
In Zimmerman, Sunday school at 10
a. m. bible study at 7 p. m. English
service at 8 p. m.
N. A. Aimer, Pastor.
Divine service will be held in the
Caley hall on "the fourth Sunday of
each month at 10 a. m.
Rev. T. J. E. Wilson, Hinckley.
Christian Science Society of Prince
ton, I. O. O. F. hall, Sunday at 10:45
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Bible lesson subject, "God."
A cordial invitation extended to all.
Donald, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Minks, died on December 26,
aged 7 weeks and 5 days, at his par
ents' home, Woodward.Brook.(
The funeral was held on Sunday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock in the Congrega
tional church. Rev. Milne delivered a
very impressive sermon. The inter
ment was in Oak Knoll.
The parents have the sympathy of
the community in this, their hour of
The parents take this means of
thanking the friends and neighbors
for the kindness shown them during
the illness and at the funeral of their
beloved son, and for the floral tributes.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS A GoF
Mrs. H. Chadbourne went to, Min
neapolis to spend the holidays with
her sons and their families.
The best investment the village of
Princeton ever made was the small
bonus pajd to secure the steam fiour
mill. The mill made a splendid show
ing for last year.
Jos. A. Ross of Chatfield made a
short call on his parents and friends
here. Joe has one of the finest drug
stores, in Chatfield.
Frank Reems of this place, while at
work at Hall's camp, had one of his
knees dislocated. He was brought
down on Saturday for. medical atten
Chas. E. Caine came home from the
medical college last weeek to spend the
Wm. Cordiner entered upon his du
ties as postmaster on Tuesday morn
ing. Ex-Pdstmastef Head is helping
Mr. Cordiner until he becomes familiar
with the work.
Tim Mitchell has installed a new
steel oven in the rear \t his restaurant
and is now prepared to furnish fresh
H. C. Head has a force of carpenters
at work putting up a store building
on the lot east of his store.
"What town is this?" asked a Du
luth passenger at the depot on Satur
day. "Princeton, did you say? Let
me tell you that the best butter in the
world is made in your creamery and
the finest potatoes I ever tasted came
from this town."
At the village election on Tuesday
there w"as but one ticket in the field.
Dr. H. G. Cqoney was. elected presi
dent D. W. Spaulding, E. X. Evens
and R. E. Jones, trustees Jim Hart
man, recorder G. A. Eaton, treasurer.
It is a new set of-officers throughout
not one of the old board making a can
vass. A mere vote of 146 votes was
cast v- 7" -i:'
The following officers of Wallace T.
Rines post, G. A. R., were installed on
Tuesday evening L. P. Southard, com
mander Frank Northway, S. V. Chas.
Fogg, J. V. Jos. Nokes, adjutant R.
W. Freer, quartermaster J. A. Kelly,
chaplain A. F. Howard, O. D. Martin
Leach, G. S. A. Cone, S. M.
I Read the advertisement* in the
dver-- tisers :**=&& .5a & %& I
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IMJSPESL^ m& change.
According to Fredrick Palmer, the'
war correspondent, the officers who
managed to get leave from the front
line and take brief rests in Paris,
were lionized to boredom, but once in
a while managed to get their innings.
"One day," says the correspondent, "I
overhead an officer endeavoring to
make his adeau, pleading: "Ladies,
I have been in the front line trenches
for the last four weeks and I can truth
fully say that in all that time I have
not had a single hour's sleep.' 'Heroic
duties,' murmured a sweet young
thing*. 'Hungry cooties," corrected the
officer as he made his exit.'
Exactly What Jones Did.
Fair purchaser: "Your eggs are
very small today, -Mr. Jones."
Mr. Jones: "Yes'hi, they are but
I'm sure I don't know the reason."
Fair purchaser: "Oh, I expect you
took them out of the nests too soon."
To our customers we extend our
heartiest thanks for your business ren
dered during the past year, and wish
ing you. each and everyone a hearty
and prosperous new year, we are,
2-lc Bjork Bros.
Will Ship Livestock.
We will take in livestock on Monday,
Jan. 5, for shipment. Persons desir
ing to ship should list their stock with
us on Friday, January 2.
Val. Sausser, Manager
l-2c Farmers' Co-Operative Co.
itarNotices under thi bead will be inserted
at one cent per word. No advertisement will
be published in this column for less than 25 cts.
LOST AND FOUND,
LOSTBetween Evens' corner and
Herdliska's store, a lady's wrist watch.
Finder please return to W. H, Miller
for reward. 2-lp
FOR SALEThree good milk cows,
ages 3, 4 and 8 years. J. L. Radford,
Route 4, Milaca. l-4p
FOR SERVICEA Poland China
boar. Emil Olson, 2 miles north of
Long Siding. l-2p
FOR SALEThree registered Ab
erdeen Angus cows, will drop calves
shortly after Christmas two regis
tered Aberdeen Angus bulls 1 four
years old and the other coming two
years old. E. A. Smyth, Zimmerman,
FOR SALESeveral good cows.
Cash or time. R. S. Shaw, R. 5,
Princeton, Minn. 2-tf
FOR SALEA square grand piano
in good condition price $45. Phone
or write Bye Bros., Princeton, Tel. 25-
F-12, Route 4. 2-lp
FOR SALEA full-blpoded Duroc
Jersey red boar with papers, weight
about 250 pounds. Lew. R. Newton.
FOR SALESome Poland China
pigs, both sexes, of April farrow also
some September pigs, both sexes.
Pedigree furnished. S. E. Hoff, Foley,
R. 4. Princeton line 20, call 26. 47-tfc
SEE CALVIN OLSON before sell
ing your hides and furs. Highest mar
ket prices paid. 48-tfc
WANTEDTo rent, a(
March 1." Anyone having one to rent
about that date leave word at Union
FOR SERVICEA Duroc Jersey
boar, registered, age 1 year also a
Duroc Jersey boar, registered,-8 mos.
old. Terms, $2 a't time of service. P.
W. Jensen, Diamond Leaf Stock Farm,
FOR SERVICEDuroc Jersey boar,
charges $1.50 at time of service. Prahl
Bros., 2 miles northeast of Princeton,
FOR SERVICEA full-blooded
Duroc Jersey boar. Terms, $2. Lew.
R. Newton. 2-tfc
FOR SERVICETwo registered
Chester White boars at S. Droogsma's,
half mile east and one and three
fourths miles south of Pease. Charges
$2.00 at time of service. 50-tfc
WANTEDFeeding hogs, 60 to 100
lbs. Calvin Olson. 48^tfe
WANTEDOats, barley, com and
off-grade wheat at HenscheFs feed
TAKEN UPCame to my place, 5
miles southeast of Foreston, a bay
gelding horse. Owner can. have same
by proving property and paying
charges. Arthur Nystedt, Route 1,
Foreston telephone 1F22, Milaca ex-
Three Doctors Return From
America to Begin Active Health
Campaign Among Women.
ALL AGENCIES COMBINE.
JKnrericair Y. W. C. A. Will Support
Women's Part of Chinese Health
Campaign as Part of World
As a result of the Y. W. C. A Inter
national Conference of Women Phy
sicians, held during September and Oc
tober, Chinese women "are to have a
far-reaching health program.
Dr. Ida Kahn, Dr. Li Bi-Cu and Dr.
Dau, three of China's half hundred
women physicians, who attended this
H1R IDA KAHN URGES CHINESE
WOMEN TO WORK.
conference, are to take an active* part
tn promoting this health program for
women which will be the share of the
Y. W. C. A in the big health move
ment in China.
i The funds for establishing these
health centers, for demonstrations of
how to care for babies, for health
lectures for the women, for babies' dis
pensaries and for a general educa
tional campaign, will be raised by the
American Y. W. C. A. as part of its
program of world service for women
and girls in 1920.
Dr. Ida Kahn, in a recent appeal to
modern Chinese women said, "Let-our
women of education in Peking and
elsewhere gather themselves together
to work for the schools. Red Cross and
Y. W. C. A., and everything else which
bespeaks the betterment of the coun
try, instead of staying at home to play
poker and 'sparrow,' and going out to
attend endless dinners, tea parties and
"Let us rally our forces and help the
ship of state to move safely. One per
son cannot accomplish much, but one
or two. hundred millions of women can
work wonders. Let us go back to a
more Spartan-like simplicity of living
and let us build up social service until
every city in China is sanitary, every
section of the town has Its proper
schools, and every, child, whether boy
or girl, Is sent to such schools. True
social service brings democracy in its
train, and we who are citizens of a
new republic can help to make it truly
great by preaching and living democ
racy all the time. Why not learn to
do our household duties, deeming it
effeminate to be waited upon by maids
and slave girls all the time?
"The status Of women in China,
while leaving much to be desired, still
is quite hopeful when we consider
that she is just emerging into the sis
terhood of the nations. Our men can
depend upon us to bear the burdens of
the day, for.nowhere is there a more
industrious, diligent "and persevering
womanhood than "in Cfctma."
:^Dr. Kahn is lecturing in this coun
try on the needs of her fellow country
women, in the interests of Jhe Y. W.
C. A. Educational Campaign which
plans to acquaint people with all
phases of Y. W. C. A. work in the
United States, South America, China,
Japan, India and Europe. This educa
tional campaign will be followed by
an active effort to raise the $3,000,000
needed for service for women through
out the world.
CHINESE WOMEN HAVE
They Carded Y. W. C. A. Campaign
:s. "Over the Top."
Much has been said about the hon
esty and skill of the Chinese business
man. The world has neglected to men
tion the financial ability of Chinese
women. They proved this ability in
the last financial campaign of the Y.
W. C. A. in( Tientsin.
Ordinarily three weeks are allowed
in which to raise the budget by sub
scription after the, finance committee
has decided upon the sum* necessary
to^carry on the work of the coming
year. The Tientsin campaign was car
ried on entirely by Chinese women and
broke all records by going over the
top in ten days with a large surplus
over the budget.
"Uncle Joe" Cannon's Withering Re*
nbuke of Lobbyist Who Thought
to Make "Bluff" Good.
Joseph Guernsey Cannon, more af
fectionately known throughout the
length and breadth of the land as
"Uncle Joe," is nearing his eighty
fourth birthday. He loves his fellow
man and is one of the most affable
members of congress toward stran
gers. But Uncle Joe hates "boun
ders" and lobbyists and is still young
and vigorous enough to resent their
attempts at familiarity, says the Wash
For the benefit of a couple of men
with legislative axes to grind whom
be was endeavoring to impress with
his own importance around the capitol,
one of the well-known lobbyists held
up "Uncle Joe" near the cigar coun
ter in the house restaurant. "Hello,
Uncle Joe!" he exclaimed. "Haven't
seen you for'some days. You sure are
looking fine. Won't you have a cigar
with, usone of your old favorites?"
Then the cold, steady, steely look in
Uncle Joe's eyes gave him a warning.
He tried to bluff it off.
"Why, Uncle Joe, you don't seem to
But he reckoned without his host
you just can't bluff Uncle Joe. He has
played the great American indoor
game too long for that. With shoul
ders thrown back, arms stiffened at
his side, eyes piercing the presuming
acquaintance, he raised himself on his
toes, leaning closer and daringly to
ward the face of the other, and said:
"No, I don't remember you. Why, if
when you get to the pearly gates you
don't look more familiar to St. Peter
than you do now to me. he'll say to
you. 'Get to out of here I don't
ORIGIN OF "DICKENS NAMES"
Pursuit Long a Favorite Amusement
of the Admirers of Writer of
One of the most interesting of semi
literary hobbies is the search after
the origin of "Dickens names." It is
specially interesting, no doubt, beeause
nobody can prove to demonstration
that his particular "solution" is the
correct one, and, as a consequence,
the long list of potential discoveries
is*seldom reduced, much less exhaust
ed. One of the latest "strikes" is a
possible origin for the old favorite,
"Chadband." A recent writer tells"how,
a few years ago, in one of the small
hamlets between Sutton and Epsom,
there stood a small tailor's Suiop bear
ing in large letters the name of "Chad-
band." And he goes on to wonder
whether Dickens, "going down by road
Dorking, noticed the name, and kept
it for future use," for on that route
he would have passed the very door
of the shop. The writer seems to think:
it highly likely while, inA proof that
Dickens actually made the journey
was it not in the. town of Dorking:
that there stood the Marquis of Gran^
by? And was it not the hostess of
vthe Marquis of Granby who ultimate
ly became Mrs. Weller?-Christian
Beauty in Seaweed.
Contemplating seaweed, the curator
of this department in the New York
botanical gardens has made a sug
gestion, timely with regard
present exhibition of specimens in the
Metropolitan Museum of Art, that here
may be found many a charming sug
gestion, hitherto unnoticed by artists,.
Tor the creation of decorative- designs.
One is reminded of the passage in
which Ruskin tells how the- Greek
architect found a beautiful design in
the movement of ocean waves and
wonders that Ruskin himself, with his
keen appreciation of art suggestions
i in nature, did not deal with the varied
beauty of design discoverable in the
different seaweeds. Perhaps he did,
and one has forgotten it at any rate
seaweed has not, it seems, yet sup
plied suggestion for the design of lace,
tapestries, prints, and architectural
ornament, and the idea adds material
for the" work of designers.
Mortgage- en a'Cat.
There was filed in the office of the
recorder of deeds- la Stockton, Mo., the
most unusual chattel mortgage ever
presented at the office. The articles
mentioned to secure a debt of $46
were* as follows: One shotgun, one
Winchester rifle, two violins, one black
tomcat with white feet, named Tom.
It was not specified that the guns had
hammers nor the fiddle with bow, but
the identification of the tomcat was?
considered by the mortgagee the most
valuable part of the security.St.
Caution of a Climber.
FriendWhy do you never take
your family out in your car?
NewrichMy wife is against it.
NewrichThere are seven in ray
family, and she's afraid people would
think I was operating a jitney bus.
I Sign of Greatness.
"What sort of a man is Jobbles?"
"How do you mean?"
"Is he a prominent citizen?"
"Well, Jobbles acts as if mighty re
sponsibilities rested on his shoulders,
but Tve never heard of anybody point
ing him out In a hotel lobby.".
-K Plunkvllle. i
"I see the local picture palace ad
vertises an augmented orchestra this
"Yes in addition to the piano we
have a ukelele now and then."Louis