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The Unlucky Thirteen.
Every fourteenth person in the
United States has an automobile. The
other thirteen are doing duty at get
ting in or out of the way.Ifced Wing
A Good Lesson.
If the bolsheviki have put Emma
"Goldman and her party to workrM
^pairing railroad tracks, as reported,
there may be something to be rsai'd in
*favor of their system after all.SRres
Neither Will Do It.
iA writer in a farm paper announces
that in five years more the energetic
little potato bug will be entirely ex
tinct but he doesn't say whether it
will be brought about by praying or
'Bamboozling the Farmers.
The -nonpartisan paper at Lamber
ton, Minnesota, has suspended publica
tion, giving its assets at $964.60 and
its liabilities at $15,749.81. The farm
er stockholders will be called on to
make up the deficit, but the smooth
guys who promoted the scheme will
lose nothing, in fact undoubtedly made
a neat wad lor their work.Hubbard
Montevideo $ets Precedent.
Montevideo, long the home of the
late Attorney General Lyndon A.
Smith, has elected a woman to be its
treasurer. The enterprising county
seat of Chippewa has et a precedent.
The success of Miss Blanche Kurtz
means that before the year ends there
will have been dozens of women as
pirants for city or village offices be
fore the voters for consideration.Du
hith News Tribune.
i Legal Rates Held Too Low,
Speaking of county printing, in
Ramsey county the board of county
commissioners are unable to find a
paper in the county that will print the
financial statement at the legal rate
of 75 cents per folio. The lowest rate
given the board is 99 cents but the
law makes 75 cents the maximum
price. A bill has been introduced to
raise the rate to $1.00 per folio.
And here in Redwood county we cut
prices! May the little gods that look
after the very feeble-minded ones pro
tect us from ourselves,'Redwood.Ga-
The legitimate real estate dealers
of this state are asking that the legis
lature give them a measure of protec
tion. The dealers want bona fide real
estate men licensed to carry on the
business and we believe that the re
quest is no more than fair. The deal
er who goes to the expense of main
taining an office and expending money
for advertising should be given pro
tection from the sidewalk pirato who
is in the real'-estate business today
and in something else tomorrow. The
legitimate dealers have done a great
deal to advertise Minnesota, bring new
settlers here and put the price of
land where it should be.Winnebago
Gathering In the Innocents.
Dallas, Texas, Jan. 22.A week ago
Mrs. L. M. Leonard placed a small bas
ket lined with downy blankets on her
doorstep and announced that the bas
ket would be kept there to receive
homeless and unwanted babies. To
day she took from the basket a 10
pound boy, the fourth baby to find a
haven there this week.
This is real charity, and if Mrs.
Leonard continues along this line she
will soon have enough waifs to fill a
High School Budget.
The high school students are still
taking snapshots for the Annual. The
Annual necessitates much extra work,
but we believe it to be worth it. Near
ly every day the Annual board meets
and discusses various plans. It costs
a good sum of money, too, but we ex
pect to get subscriptions to cover that
Everybody is having their picture
taken for the tiger. Snap shots are
being taken, single pictures and
groups. That is all we hear before
and after school.
The moment of final suspense in our
Shakespeare play, Macbeth, has not
been reached yet but, when we go to
shorthand class on Fridays we reach
it. We all hold our breath when Miss
McDonnell picks out the pupils who go
to the typewriting room first for a
On Thursday and Friday tests were
given on semester subjects. Tests are
also being given in English for the
first half year.
Many pupils of the senior high are
undecided what to do as to the taking
bf the half yeaT subjects. A Phila-
delphia lawyer couldn't solve some
the arguments that are presented to
What's the matter with the juniors'?
They're below the average this month.
Come on, juniors, let's show Hat we
can have a high average next month.
Make it a motto to have your lesson
everyday Come on, juniors.
Something was said about the boys
of the Princeton high organizing an
orchestra. Both' girls and boys are
organizing an orchestra under the
leadership of Miss Snyder, with Chas.
Umbehocker as director. The orches
tra consistes of eight pieces.
We hear that Princeton is to play
Mora Friday night in another one of
those good games. Urge the people
to watch Princeton "beat 'em up."
Teacher*. How did Austria get
Hungary? Student: On a diet of
Miss Reycraft: And now, girls, in
addition to cooking and Serving a
meal, what else is necessary? Pupil:
A good constitution.
"The boys in manual training have
-started mechanical drawing." They do
not Show off their copies, but visitors
are always welcome in the busy draw
Some say this is-a queer world to
live in and it certainly is when one
comes to think about it. On the trip
to Anoka one of the basketball girls
mentioned the fact that she wished
their new orange and black woolen
socks would come. "Oh, girls!" came
from the b&ck eat of the machine,
"I forgot my bloomers, tennis shoes
and socks, What 3hail I do?" This
was followed by roar of laughter
from the other passengers. "But what
shall I do?" came from the unhappy
ono, and, oh, what wild ideas were
thought up. It was finally decided to
wait until Anoka was readied where
they would try and borrow some from
the Anoka girls, and lucky for her,
they succeeded. For further details
ask Blanche Oakes.
Pupils' Press Committee.
Marie Nelson visited Abbie Cook on
Charlie Ford visited at the Denison
home on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bachelor visited
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Almlie on Friday.
Jim and Charlie Ford made a trip to
St. Cloud on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cook and family
and Mr. Schwieger and family of Mil
aca spent Sunday at the Peter Cook
Mr. and Mrs. Almlie, son and daugh
ter, Albert and Mollic, Miss Hoff and
Miss White spent Sunday evening at
the Joe Shapansky home.
Charlie Ford left for Minneapolis
Roy Bachelor called on Levin Ander
son on Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Walsted and Joe Lar
son of Milaca spent Saturday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Almlie and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Erickson and
family spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shapansky and fam
Ethel Bergman and Clara Denison
visited at the G. Nelson home on Sun
Peter and George Nelson made a
trip to Cokato on Sunday.
Abbie Cook called on Marie Nelson
on Monday afternoon.
Miss Alice Landaal returned on-Fri
day morning to Baldwin, Wis., after
having made an extended visit at the
home of her sister, Mrs. R. Pettinga.
Mrs. John DeVries was on Friday
morning taken to Princeton to re
ceive treatment at the hospital.
Mrs. Roulet returned on Friday
morning from a brief visit with Ogil
Fred Zylstra and family autoed to
Ogilvie on Friday afternoon to visit
A baby girl arrived at the home of
J. Wahlberg on Saturday morning.
John Strootman returned to Prins-
bu^g^on Saturday afternoon, after vis
iting Tease friends and relatives.
"Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Dunnink ar
rived from Prinsburg last"week for an
extended visit at the John Brink home.
John DeYoung from Brooten visited
:atithe?Kooiman home a few days.
The Harry Trimble family are re
joicing over the arrival of a baby girl.
Albert Kiel, who has been attending
Calvin-college at Grand Rapids, Mich.,
returned home last week.
Mrs. TO. Petinga left Monday morn
jmg for Baldwin, Wis., to attend the
funeral her aunt. Mrs. A. Landaal.
Mr. and "Mrs. Touissaint went to
to attend the twen-
tieth wedding anniversary of her sis
ter, Mrs. J. XJruver.
George Uekins came back from Iowa
last week to visit at his home for a
Ole Wittgren accompanied Henry
Hubers to Minneapolis for medical
Mr. and Mrs. iFred (Greenfield and
sister, Agnes Roelefs, and Theresa
Van Der Meer -were at "Princeton on
Mrs. Gerrit Ru'is is very ill at pres
Sunday afternoon the young folks
gathered on Oxbow lake to skate.
Oscar and Carl Larson are back
from the woods. We are aH glad tfco
see them again.
Leon Annis, who has been on the
sick list, is rapidly recovering.
Kathrine and Rose Hall were visi
tors at Bernice Gates' home on San
Lillian Lundgren motored to Prince
ton on Sunday afternoon in a Ford
Chas. Hammel and family visited
Mrs. Mortimer on Sunday.
Lula Hall, who has been seriously
ill, is improving.
The Ladies' Red Cross met at Mrs.
Chas. Hammel's last Thursday after
noon. Mrs. Hammel gave the ladies
a very good time and an excellent
lunch was served.
The next Red Cross meeting will be
at Mrs. Paul Bjorklund's on Thursday
afternoon, February 3.
Bernice Gates and Geraldine Annis
called at Gate's on Sunday.
A party was given at Leon Annis'
last Saturday evening. Everybody
had a good time.
Miss Hamilton and Master Mannic
Whitcomb visited Arthur Radeke's one
evening last week.
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY JJlSJUARY 27 1921
NO REASON FOR IT.
When Princeton Citizens Show a Way.
There can be no reason *ftry any
reader of this who suffers the tor
tures of an aching back, tne annoy
ance -of urinary disorders, the pains
and dangers of kidney ills wiU fail to
heed the words of a neighbor who
has found relief. Read what Prince
ton citizen says:
Mrs. H. Lind says: "Doatfs Kid
ney Pills have helped me and I am
glad to recommend them. My back
used to cause me much misery.
When I had been sitting down awhile,
it was awfully hard to get up. I had
frequent-dizzy spells and a dull ache
in my back tormented me for hours.
Doan's Kidney Pills soon gave me fine
relief. They rid me of the lameness in
my back, of the dull, tiring ache and
made me feel better in every way."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedyget
Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that
Mrs. Lind had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
Subscribe for the Union.
Bus Line Time Car
Milaca 8:05 2:20
Zimmerman 9:15 8:30
Elk River 10:00 4:15
Anoka 10:25 4:40
Osseo 10:40 4:55
Ar. Minneapolis 11:20 5:35
N Change in FOR
Prices or Design
The following letter from W- A. Ryan, Manager of
Sales, Ford Motor Co., is self-explanatory:
"\tfE want to state again with greater emphasis that Ford cars
are already being sold at a figure actually below cost, and for an
indefinite period another reduction or change in design is entirely
out of the question and not at all contemplated.
"We believe the public will be fair enough to fully appreciate
the frankness of the above when they consider the extent of our re-
cent price cut which was in fact equivalant to several reductions
one, in our desire to contribute toward satisfying their demands
for lower living costs notwithstanding our sacrifice in marketing
our cars at a loss until we are able to materially reduce present
costs through lower material prices and greater manufacturing
efficiency. While we have of course made some progress in bring-
ing down operating costs, we still have along way to go before
any thought can be given to further reductions in present car
prices, so we have no hesitancy in making these open statements
to acquaint you with the true situation.
"You can therefore give assurance to prospective
of Ford cars that now is their real opportunity to buy
and obtain delivery. Every one is familiar with the heavy demand
for Ford cars in the Spring and this year will be no exception, as
in spite of conditions, business is already accumulating, so that
many who desire Ford cars will be obliged to wait perhaps until
mid-summer for delivery, causing considerable inconvenience and
perhaps financial loss, particularly to commerciul customers."
ODEGARD'S GARAG E
ODIN ODEQARD, Prop.
Get a Can TODAY
Effective November 3,1920
Owing to the rapidly increasing patronage of the Blue and White bus
line, the Jefferson Highway Transportation Co., Inc., has recently in-
stalled more service between Princeton and Minneapolis and between
Princeton and Onamia.
The company wishes to avail itself of this opportunity to thank the
people of Princeton and the country people along the line for their liberal
patronage and solicit their moral support and continued and increased
Special arrangements have been made with the Merchants hotel at
Princeton, where full information regarding the buses may be had and
where you are invited to come and wait for the busses.
1 riME CARD
4:30 Lv. Minneapolis 8:00
6:50 Elk River 9:20
8:00 Princeton 10:30
8:15 Milaca 11:10
8:55 Ar. Onamia P. M. 12:15
Office and Terminal 29 N. Seventh St. Tel. Geneva 4478 MINNEAPOLIS
Jefferson Highway Transportation Co. Inc.
These Schedules Subject to Change Without Notice.
5:00 5:40 5:55 6:20 7:00 7:30 8:10 9:15
has always been to keep the assets of our
institution thoroughly liquid. Our mem
bership in the Federal Reserve System
accomplishes this aim to a degree previously
impossible. In the Federal Reserve Bank
we have an unfailing reservoir of cash
obtainable in exchange for commercial
paper which we hold.
First National Bank
Sending Money by Mail
When you have checks or money orders on hand
and cannot deposit them at once, they can be deposit
ed in the Princeton State Bank by mail and you will
receive prompt acknowledgment.
But if you have on hand any considerable amount
in cash, it's worth a quick trip to the bank. Safety
5% Interest Paid on Certificates of Deposit
FARM LOANS INSURANCE
The best way to teach
A BOY WITH A BANK ACCOUNT DOESN'T NEED ANY
OTHER RECOMMENDATION WHEN HE GOES TO GET A
JOB. EMPLOYERS KNOW THAT HE HAS THE "RIGHT
STUFF" IN HIM,
HAS YOUR BOY A BANK ACCOUNT AND IS HE ADDING
TO IT REGULARLY?
YOU CAN GIVE YOUR CHILDREN NO BETTER OR IM-
PORTANT TRAINING THAN TO TEACH THEM TO PUT THEIR
MONEY IN OUR BANK.
Security State Bank
.is to come in
and open a