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The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, January 08, 1920, Image 7

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THL COMFORTABLE WAV
GOING SOUTH GOING NORTH
8:05 a. Sandstone 8:55 p. m.
Brook Park 8:2D
Mora 7:49
Ogilvie 7:81
Bock 7S15
Milaca 6:86
Pease (f) 6*2S
Long Siding (f) .J6 d.3
Bnckton (f) ....6'rlO
Princeton ........6^05
8:40
9:05
9:20 9:32 9:65
10:08 10:1S 10:22
10:32 10:60 11:15 11-45
Zimmerman ....6t43
Elk River 6:22
Anoka 4:56
12:36 D. m....... Minneapolis -~~4 :15
r-,10 St. Paul 3f40
ST. CLOUD TRAINS.
GOING WEST GOING BAST
10:00 a. Milaca 6 :30 p. aa.
10.09 Forester, ..6:0
U:15 St. Cloud 5:00
Train No. 42 leaves St. Cloud daily at
8:10 a. m., arrives at Milftca at 9:24
a. m. and Sandstone at 11:20 a. m.,
where it connects -^tOx No. 20 for
Buluth.
Train No. 41 leaves Sandstone daily
at 12:06 p. m., after arrival of No. 19
from Duluth, arrives at Milaca at 1:58
p. m. and at St. Cloud at 3:20 p. m.
WAY FREIGHT.
GOING SOUTH I GOING NORTH
Daily, ax. Sun. 1 Daily, ax. Sun.
8.30 a. Milaca 3. :10 p. m.
.ao Princeton ......1:00
10.80 Elk River 10:M
1:00 Anoka 8:0*
Any information regarding sleeping
ars or connections will be furnished at
any time by J. W. MOBSMAN,
Agent, Princeton, Minn.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
GEORGE PRENTICE ROSS
Undertaker and State
Licensed Embalmer.
Disinfecting a Specialty
Rural Phone No. 80
PRINCETON, MINNESOTA
DR. D. A. McRAE
Dentist
Office in Odd Fellows Block.
PRINCETON, MINNESOTA
DR. NEIL A. STACEY
DENTIST
Over Jack's Drug Store
Phone 212
ELVERO L. MCMILLAN,
Lawyer
Townsend Building.
PRINCETON, MINNESOTA
W. C. DOANE
I L&wycr
I County Attorney I. O. O. F. BIk.
Princeton, Minnesota
i i
EVAN H. PETERSON
Attorney
(Successor to S. P. Skahen)
Princeton, Minnesota.
W. A. DUNBAR
Licensed Auctioneer
Select your dates early. Get your
bank to call me. N. W. Tel.
Isanti, Minnesota
RURAL MOTOR EXPRESS
M. T. Brennan, Prop.
Princeton-Zimmerman to Minneap
olis. Phone Werling Cream Sta
tion, Princeton Palace Cream Sta
tion, Zimmerman. We call for and
make deliveries.
CITY DRAY AND EXPRESS LINE
EARL EDMUNDS, Prop.
HEAVY AND LIGHT HAULING
Telephone 251
Princeton Minnesota
After you eatalways take
FATONIC ^BE (TOR YOUR ACID-STOMACH)
Instantly relieves Heartburn,Bloat-
edGassy Feeling. Stops food souring,
repeating, and all stomach miseries.
Aid' digestion and appetite. Keeps stomach
era*etand strong, increases'Vitality and Pep.
EATONICiataeDestremedy. Tens of thou
sandswanderfnlly benefited. Onlycbstsa cent
or two a day to use it. Positively guaranteed
to please or we will refund money. Get a tag
jNHCtoday. Yoa will see.
C. A. JACK DRUG CO., Princeton.
Mrs. Chas. Swanson of Elk Rivej
visited relatives here last week. \i.
Oscar Oscarson has moved his fam
ily into the house recently vacated by
Mr. and Mrs. Zuhlsdort.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swanson and"
children spent Sunday ,at the W. R.
Lovell home.
Mrs. Ed. Wright was in Elk River
on Saturday.
Frissell Bros, will buy potatoes
during the rest of the season. Hubert
Bridge will handle the business for
them here.
Miss Lavina "White of Elk River was
a guest at the Nash home the latter
part of the week.
Mrs. Sulley, who returned from the
Northwestern hospital on New Year's
day, "has a severe case of pneumonia
and was taken back to the hospital on
Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Roy Iliff went to Elk River on
Tuesday.
Olive Mallory was shopping in Min
neapolis on Saturday.
Maude Bowles went to Princeton on
Friday evening to enter the North
western Tiospital for medical atten
tion.
Leslie Healey returned to Elk River
on Monday.
Mrs. King came down from Prince
ton on Monday.
Little Joe Kierman is sick with the
measles.
John Hetrick is down from Prince
ton to spend a wee with the home
folks.
Mr. and Mrs Harry Pratt spent Sun
day Minneapolis.
The Misses Hattie Adams and Lo
retta GuptiL returned from their va
cation on Saturday night and resumed
their school duties on Monday.
Evelyn Kettleson returned on Sat
urday evening from a week's visit in
Minneapolis.
Erv. Jennison was out from Minne
apolis on Sunday.
Lyle Iliff returned on Saturday even
ing from a few days visit at Annan
dale.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Iliff spent Sun
day at the W. R. Lovell home.
Dick Walker of Spencer Brook was
in town on Tuesday.
Remember the meeting of the M. E.
Ladies' Aid sociefty with Mrs. Berg
lund on Friday afternoon,
Johnnie McCormick left on Tuesday
for Austin.
Heber Kilmartin was down from
Princeton to spend New Year's with
his family. He left the first of the
week for Kerrick.
A disastrous fire broke out in the
Joe Cohoes' warehouse last Wednes
day morning, which completely de
stroyed that warehouse and one owned
by King & Looney, also a part of the
stock yards. The chemical engine was
brought from Elk River, but arrived
too late to be of much assistance. The
townspeople worked untiringly to
conquer the fire but could do but lit
tle because of the intense heat. The
two buildings were but ten feet apart
and the wind carried the flames across
the intervening space a very short
time. The estimated loss is between
$40,000 and $50,000, partly covered by
insurance. Both places will be rebuilt
for next season. Zimmerman is en
tirely without fire protection save the
old time bucket brigade and chemical
fire extinguishers, so in case of fire
the town is sadly handicapped.
Lew Stendahl went to Minneapolis
on Tuesday.
A crowd of young people enjoyed a
candy pull at the home of Mrs. Ket
tleson on Friday evening.
LIVONIA
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg and Carl
Brand were Sunday callers at the
Rosene home.
Rudolph Frederic from Minneapolis
spent Ney Year at Jake GramhilPs.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelse Tufte enter
tained numerous guests on New Year's
day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Anderson of
Alexandria were guests at the Chas.
Cohoes' home several days recently.
Mrs. Anderson is Mrs. Cohoes' aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. James and fam
ily spent Sunday at J. N. Johnson's.
Mr and Mrs. Jas. Iliff and family
spent New Year at Jake Gramhill's.
Kight's.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Leonard and
family spent New Year's night at H.
Schumacher's.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hauglund enter
tained the Jake Gramhill family, Mr.
and Mrs. John Gramhill, Mr. and Mrs.
Tufte and family, Mr. and Mrs. Olia
Hauge and Mr. and Mrs. Holee on
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. James and fam
ily spent Sunday evening at Jim Gil
ligan's.
Mrs. Rudolph Frederic and Mrs.
Jake Gramhill went to Minneapolis on
Tuesday.
School commenced on Monday after
the holiday vacation. r^s~
Bertie .and Owen Babcock left for
Dundas on Saturday. Bertie attends
high school at Northfield and Owen
will visit relatives.
Haze* Smith and Grace Iliff returned
W SSljGflJLat Elk River on Monday
Old Mr. Jacobson passed away at
the home of his son, Matt Jacobson,
on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson
accompanied the remains to Iowa on
Sunday, where the funeral was held on
Wednesday. ?J*
Miss Bernice Gramhill aceontpanied
Blanche Iliff home from the store on
Saturday night and was a guest at the
Iliff home until Monday morning^
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GREENBUSH
Those who were entertained at Aug.
Bauman's on Sunday were as fol
lows: Clara, Max and Anton Betzler
Ivan and George Deglman, Anna and
Margaret Heruth, Joe and John Sei
fert and Alice Reiman.
Hugo Betzler spent New Year's day
at his home and returned to Minneap
olis the next day.
Paul Reiman, Ben and Oscar He
ruth and Herman Wilhelm spent Sun
day at Bill Heruth's.
Alfred Heruth and George Betzler,
who were employed in Canada the past
two months, returned to their homos
on Saturday.
Those who spent Now Year's day
at H. Reiman's were M^s. F. Schim
mmg and sons, Mrs. Chas. Jaemcke
and daughter, Esther, Henry Schim
ming, Margaret and Alfred Heruth
and Agnes and Herman Wilhelm.
Anna, Charles, Otto and Fred Bau
man and Lillie and Harry Qordcs
spent Thursday evening at A. Betz
lefs.
School started here on Monday af
ter a two weeks' Christmas vacation.
Miss Olga Reiman, who spent the
Christmas holidays at her home, re
turned to St. Cloud on Saturday.
Mrs. G. Wilhelm spent Sunday even
ing at H. Reiman's.
HAD TO LIVE ON
TOAST AND MILK
Duluth Woman Eats Anything Now
and Enjoys Best of Health
Praises Tanlac.
"I have been trying for seven long
years to find a medicine or treatment
that would give me some relief from
my suffering, but all my efforts failed
until I commenced taking Tanlac," said
Mrs. Mane Shetts', who lives at 312
East Fifth street, Duluth, Minn., the
other day.
''During all these years," she con
tinued, "I suffered something* awful
with a bad case of stomach trouble.
After eating anything gas would form
so bad I could hardly get a good
breath, and I finally got to where a
little toast and milk was about all I
could eat, and that would often cause
me to suffer. I also suffered from bad
spells of headache very often, and
when these spells came on I would
have to gFve up and go to bed and
stay there until they passed off. These
troubles just kept getting worse until
I was so weak and run down I was
hardly able to get about. In fact, I
was so weak that if I exerted myself
the least bit I would be completely ex
hausted. My nerves were in mighty
bad condition, too, and it was out of
the question for me to get a good
night's sleep. The different medicines
I took didn't seem to do me any good
at all and I had almost given up hope
pf ever finding anything that would
overcome my troubles. %^M
So many people were talking about
Tanlac and telling about the good re-'
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BLUE HILL
Torkel Johnson has gone to Wash
ington to visit his brother. He will re
turn in thfr spring. No doubt he will
notice a change in the climate.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kisner and
son were entertained at the Ben Car
penter home New Year's day.
Misses Louise and Stella McKown
were home a few days during the holi
days. They returned to the state uni
versity after their vacation.
Misses Laura and Margaret John
son, after a two weeks' vacation at
their home, returned on Monday to
the state agricultural school.
We are sorry to learn that George
Swearmger is very sick with a severe
cold. We hope he will soon recover.
The teachers haves all returned to
their schools after their holiday vaca
tion to take up their school work for
the rest of the year.
Mrs. Wm. Chisholm returned frcm
Milaca on Saturday, where she has
been the past three weeks caring tor
her daughter, Mrs. Ephraim Yager
Arthur Chisholm took his mother to
Milaca on Monday. Arthur returned
Tuesday. Mrs. Chisholm remained to
care for her daughter, who is Veiy
sick yet. We "hope she may soon re
cover her usual health.
There was a leap year party given
last Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, but as it was
a very cold night there were not many
present.
Mr. Mount of Princeton, who has
worked the past two'years for Chas.
Reichert, has hired to Alfred Johnson
of Princeton so as to be nearer his
home.
Kenneth and Almeda Camp, Mary
Kaliher and Ruth Fagerberg returned
on Monday to high school at Prince
ton after the holiday vacation.
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
5 Good Reasons
The war period, during which the production of
automobiles was curtailed, has caused a shortage
of cars which the 1919 output has failed to
During the entire season of 1919 Ford car purchas-
ers waited one to four months for their cars.
On November 1st, 1919, the Ford Motor Company
had 212,204 unfilled car orders on hand.
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stilts they had gotten by using it, so
I thought I would just give it a trial
myself. I can truthfully say that the
very first bottle I took made a big
change in my condition, and from that
time on I just continued to improve un
til now I am free from all my suffer
ing and enjoying the best of health.
The present demand for Ford cars in Southern
states, which must be supplied, prevents Northwest
dealers from storing cars for spring delivery.
Delayed action in purchasing your Ford car will
mean DISAPPOINTMENT.
I believe the public should be informed of the con-
ditions as they have prevailed during the past year, as
they now are and as we have every reason to believe they
will be this coming season.
I will be glad to take your order at once while I am
in a position to make immediate delivery.
ODEGARD'S GARAGE
ODIN ODEGARD, Prop.
Princeton, Minnesota
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The Crowds Are a Wonder
The Bargains aretheTalk of Whole Country for 50 Miles
mum.
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Only 20 Days More 1
Yo have been warned, of what is coming i
after February lst--Highest prices for past
50 years. i
You Can Save a Lot of Money on Everything in the House
$20,00, $25.00 AN $30.00 SAVE I
On Suits and Overcoats Sfi
$8,000 SHOES, $2,00 and S3.00 a Pair Off
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The Entir Stoc Slaughtered
ANOKA, MINNESOTA
I have a splendid appetite now, and
eat three hearty meals a day without
suffering a particle afterwards. I can
easily do all my housework now, and
am very glad to say that those terri
ble headaches have left mc entirely.
In factj Tanlac has completely over
come my troubles and as long as I
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live I will never lose an opportunity- ~s
to say a good word for this wonderful:
medicine.'V" ?*?*Hr
Tanlac is sold in Princeton by C. A*.
Jack Drug Co., in Foreston by T, HT
Onstad, in Milaca by I. W. Dennison,ror
Onamia by Harris Bros. Drug Co., an
in Wahkon by Wahkon Drug 0 Ad*^

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