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Are Your Hens
John Van Ganderen of Baldwin was
imong the Union's visitors on Mon
Give nature a chance,
natme's own medicine.
Mrs. Eva Keith entertained the
Girls cf the Sixties Wednesday even
ing at dmner.
Owen tfewton has sold his interest
the pool hall to Swan Olson and will
rest "up for awhile.
Savage's store is full of special bar
.riuns for Saturday, January 14. Ccme
md see for yourself. Advt.
Don't miss the concert tomorrow
rjtghtsolos, duets, trios and an or
chestra of six pieces.
Mrs. Gerald Owens of Milford, Iowa,
J- visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr3.
C. Fiero, in Wyanett.
The Mendelssohn Musical club con
ert is a number of the lyceum course
which you can't afford to miss.
"Jeb Smith" of Linton says he saved
cents on the purchase of a sack of
sugar at Savage's a few days ago. You
flja do the same. Advt.
The Princeton Co-operative cream
i made 135 tubs of high-grade butter
Inst week, the greater portion of which
as shipped to eastern markets.
Oliver Ross, Arthur George and
Lynn Hall left on Monday night for
Duluth, where they had been som
moned to serve on the federal petit
The Ladies' Aid society of the M.
church will meet with Mrs. P. W.
Tensen next Thursday afternoon.
Lunch will be served and everybody
Miss Florence Shuer, who has been
pending hor holiday vacation at her
home here, returned on Saturday to
her duties as teacher in the high school
The annual meeting of the Pimceton
^o-operative creamery will be held in
the armory on the afternoon of Tues
day, January 24. James Sorenson will
\e one of the speakers.
Herman Schwartz, the hide and fur
buyer, left on Monday for a business
trip to Canada. Herman always has
.i good word to say for the Canucks
jnd of course there is a reason.
The Mendelssohn Musical club will
appear, in the lyceum course, at the
high school auditorium tomorrow ev
tning, Januray 13. A treat is there
iore in store for lovers of good music.
"Jeb Smith" says that his wife
ought him a pair of men's comfort
shpperb for $1.53 at Savage's Com
munity store last Saturday and he
never saw better value for the money
Muce before the war. Advt.
The nomad or the modern "cliff
iueller" puts off the enjoyment of
music in the home until he is "settled
tlown It should be the aim of every
lamily to have a home with music in
it Music in the home puts sunshine
in the heart. Observe thrift week by
having music in your home. Ewing's
Music store. 3.1c
Layers or Loafers?
Cheap Feed and High Priced Eggs
make the industrious laying hen
Queen oi the Barnyard these days.
Don't let your hens become fat and lazy. Don't let the egg
organs lie dormant all winter long. You can speed up egg
production. You can make your hens lay now by ieeding
Dr. Hess Poultry
Universally EndorsedUniversally Used
"by the big ten-thousand-hen plantsby the average farmer
with his 200 hens by the back yarder with his only a dozen
hens to consume the table scraps. Pan-a-ce-a tones up the
dormant egg organs, so that the proper amount of a hen's
food goes to egg-niakingand not all to lat, flesh and laziness
when it's action and eggs you want.
hen is always a hungry hen, an industrious hen
she gets off the roost winter mornings ready to scratch for
her breakfast. You can depend upon it that the healthy,
hungry, scratching, singing hen is the laying henthe pay-
Always buy Pan-a-ce-a according to the size of your flock.
Tell your dealer how many hens you have. He has a package
to suit. Good results guaranteed.
25c, 75c and $1.50 pa:kages. 25 lb. pail, $3.00 100
lb. drum, $10.00. Except in the far West and Canada.
DR. HESS & CLARK, Ashland, Ohio
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic a Conditioner and Worm Expeller.
Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer Kills Lice.
A.Jack Drug Co.
THE REXALL STORE Open From 9 to 1 Sundays
C. A. Jacl-
Frank Morneau, the MUaca real es
tate man, was in Princeton on busi
Mrs. Fred Kling and Mrs. Harry
Thorpe are here on a visit to relatives
Mrs. F| Tj Kcttolhodt has been
called to Isanti by the death of her
brother, Theo. Kriescl.
On Saturday, January 14, 5 pounds
of best Santa Clara prunes for 35 cents
at Savage's Community store. Advt.
The Civic Betterment club will meet
next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the
lunch room of the high school build
August Gebert is here from Ala
bama on a visit. He says he likes the
south first rate and is doing well on
Dr. E. L. Hall is now prepared to
test your eyes and fit glasses every
day in the week. Office in Armitage
block, Princeton. 52-4p
If you are run down, discouraged
and out of heart, get a bottle of Tan
lac and see how different it makes you
feel. C. A. Jack Drug Co. Adv.
On Saturday, January 1, you can get
the very best seedless raisins at Sav
age's Community store for only 19
cents per pound. Don't miss this bar
gain of bargains. Advt.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mark were here
from St. Paul yesterday. It has been
some time since Mrs. Mark visited
Princeton, where she formerly lived,
and her friends were pleased to meet
Harold Bell of Zimmerman, recently
discharged from the United States
naval air service, was a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Millard Howard and family
on Sunday. He has been stationed at
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, who
has removed to 3240 Humboldt Ave., S.
Minneapolis, will be in town on Tues
day, January 17. Eyes examined
and glasses fitted. Office at Mer
chants' hotel. 36-tfc
If the people who have taken Tan
lac were to form a line of march in
single file, this grand army would
reach clear across the American conti
nent from New York to San Franciseo
and extend over 3,000 miles into the
Pacific ocean.C. A. Jack Drug com
I LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS
The quotations hereunder are those
prevailing on Thursday morning at th*
time of going to press:
Triumphs $2.60 $2.70
Ohios 80c $1.00
Rose and Kings $1.40 $1.50
Cobblers $1.60 $1.65
Burbanks $1.60 $1.65
Round Whites $1.50 $1.65
Ruscots $1.60 @$1.70
(Thesj quotations are for 100 lbs.)
WheatNo. 1 $1.14
WheatNo. 2 $1.08
WheatNo. 3 98c
WheatNo. 4 90c
WheotNo. 5 80c
Flax $1.63 $1.78
Rye 58c 62c
(These prices are subject to chang*
at any time.)
Hogs, per cwt $4.50 $7.50
Hens, per lb 10c 14c
Sheep, per lb 5c 7r
Fat Beeves, per lb 3c 4c
Calves, per lb Be 7c
James McKenzie spent Wednesday
in St. Paul.
A. L. Gottwerth of Wahkon was in
Raymond Howard was here
Osakis over Sunday.
Alex Blair shipped a carload
stovewood to Anoka this week.
Mrs. Max Kruschke went to Minne
apolis yesterday for a few days' visit.
Odin Odegard attended a convention
of implement men in Minneapolis on
John O. Beden, one of the prominent
residents of MiIor was in Princeton
on Monday and favored the Union
with a call.
Rev. Gullerud of Santiago left on
Monday for Albert Lea to attend a
committee meeting of the Swedish
Do you know that you can get 14-
quart dairy pails at Savage's Com
munity store for only 46 cents. Come
in and look them over. Advt.
Ira Stanley and E. K. Evens drove
to Minneapolis Wednesday morning to
attend the convention of state and
county fair associations.
Fred Young's boarders in the county
hotel appear to be having the time of
their livesplenty to eat, a good place
to sleep and nothing to do.
"Mrs. Jeb Smith" says that she nev
er ate such delicious cookies as she got
at Savage's store last week at only
$1.10 for a 6 pound box. Come in and
try them yourself. Advt.
Miss Myrtle Gramer of Minneapolis,
who visited hor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Gramer, here for a week, re
turned to resume her duties as sten
ographer on Monday.
Tom Caley drcve to Minneapolis on
Friday morning rnd returned Monday
evening. Miss Grace Satterlee of Min
neapolis returned with him and is now
a guest at the Caley home.
Mrs. Andrew Sjoblom received a
letter this morning from Sweden that
her mother, Mrs. Caroline Pierson,
died on December 18. She was over
81 years of age and leaves one son
and three daughters.
Word has just been received from
Snohomish, Washington, of the mar
riage of Miss Ella Charles and John
Prescott. Their many friends in
Princeton extend congratulations and
wish them all happiness.
A postal card from Mrs. C. M. Ser
rurier says that she and her husband
have moved from St. Cloud to Bemidji,
where they have purchased a big hard
ware store. Their many Princeton
friends wish them success in their new
Harold Sausser was charged on Sat
urday before Justice King with turn
ing in a false fire alarm on the night
of Monday, January 5. He admitted
his guilt and exonerated everyone else
from participation. A fine of $5 and
costs was imposed.
Louis Normandin returned on Fri
day from St. Paul, where he attended
the annual convention of the state
farm "Dureau. He says it was the
greatest agricultural event in Minne
sota's history, both from an educa
tional and a social standpoint.
Slow payment of bills is expensive
for the man who trusts you, and it
hurts your credit. Nearly everybody
intends to be honest, but many are
careless. Our terms of payment are
easy to meet, so that everyone can
enjoy the bj^|ijj|g pf music in the
home while paying for it. Observe
thrift week by having music in your
home. Ewing's Music store. 3-lc
TheDunn Pen cleans
itself while you are
Ithas no rubber sac
to rot, crack, and leak
nothing tobreak or
to get out of order.
It holds several times
as murk ink as any
Th* Fountain Pen with th*
LtttU Rid Pump-HandU
It's the finrti
sold under an ab
Come in and getyour
Dunn Pen today.
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,1922
Miss Ebba Carlberg visited -*l Osce
ola, Wis., during the past week.
The Mendelssohn Musical club con
cert will be tomorrow (Friday) even
ing in the high school auditorium.
Bert Mark left this morning for St.
Paul, where next week he will be mar
ried. His many Princeton friends con
gratulate him in advance and wish
him and his bride a life of happiness.
These cold, crisp nights afford ideal
conditions for sleighing parties. Wed
nesday night the members of the jun
ior high school* enjoyed a sleighride.
Another party also assembled at Al
fred Kuether's home.
Why pay more than 49 cents for a
quart jar of the most delicious, pre
pared mince meat you ever tasted?
Regular 75 cent value at Savage's
store for only 49 cents. Come early
while they last. Adv.
An announcement lias bean received,
of the marriage of Miss Hazel Armi
tage, daughter cf Mrs. T. L. Armitage
of Princeton, to Harlan Vailey at Los
Angeles on December 31. Hazel's
Princeton friends extand congratula
tions and best wishes.
Do you know that Savage's Com
munity store can save you from 10 to
25 cents for every dollar's -worth you
buy? And the best ptrt of it is that
the goods are the very best you can
get for the money. Everything guar
anteed or your money cheerfully re
Franklin, father of thrift, was a
lover of music. He invented a musical
instrument called the harmonica in
1762. He would be amazed today to
learn how easy it is for every home to
enjoy the delights of music without
extravagance. Observe thrift week
by having music in your home. Ew
ing's Music store. 3-lc
Winter Clearance Sale.
Commencing January 14 and last
ing for 10 days, all trimmed hats will
go at from $1.50 to $3.50. Call and
see the bargains. Mrs. E. C. Meyer,
opposite Savage store. 3-lc
Entire Stock of Ladies1
Corsets on Sale
Unfortunately some of our best cor
respondence was crowded out this
week. It will, however, be published
Olof Vista, proprietor of the Mer
chants hotel, died suddenly at 1 o'clock
this afternoon. He was not feeling
well, went to his room to lie down,
and was shortly afterward discovered
Enlightening th* Ignorant.
As large, guttural-voiced woman sat
in an aisle seat for one of the Pav
lowa performances at the Manhattan
opera house. She was the type who
read all the captions aloud at the
movies. Here her weakness took her
in the form of interpreting the pan
tomime for the benefit of the man
with her, and those around who could
not escape. "Aw!" she would exclaim
deeply and caressingly. "Her toes!"
Her best remark, however, was on the
occasion of Pavlowa's final scene in
"Amarilla," where she is dancing near
the stone seat in the count's garden).
"Now," she said, "she Is Vorshiping
vhere he sat."New York Evening
"The coffee is good here, the wait
ers attentive and the music and vaude
ville superior. Besides, I don't think
you will find a more tastefully dec
orated place In the city."
"I agree with all you say," replied
the visitor, who was being shown
about town, "but occasionally I go
into a restaurant for the purpose of
getting something to eat."Birming
Hospital Without Wards.
A hospital without wards, where
people of small or no means can re
ceive private treatment, Is being built
In New York.
Anyone having clothes in my es
tablishment at the time of the fire will
be paid for the same according to their
The business will be resumed as
soon as we can find new quarters.
Princeton Tailors and Dry Cleaners
lorsets placed on sale Satmr
at Reduced Prices. 9
J. C. C.
all on sale
The Clearance Sale throughout the whole
store. Last day Saturday.
All white goods OR sale.
All linens on sale.
Saturday, at Allen's.
A. E.ALLEN& CO.
HETRICK & HENSCHEL
Battery and Tire Service.
Willard BatteriesFisk Tires.
One door west of Bjork & Lundgren's Garage.
Big Lake Bank Reopens,
The Farmers' State bank of Big
Lake, which was closed several weeks
ago, has reopened for business with
new officers in charge. It-has a capi
tal of $15,000 and a surplus of $3,000.
The bank was closed for lack of re
serve, but it reopened with more than
twice the required amount in this fund
and no borrowed money. Most of the
stock was taken over by the new of
ficers, and it is stated that depositors
and others will sustain no loss.
S. M. Strand, president of the Pay
day National bank of Minneapolis, is
president H. H. Sievers, vice presi
dent of the First National bank of
Buffalo, first vice president A. A.
Pickler, formerly of Pequot, second
vice president M. P. Williams, cashier.
Mr. Williams formerly was assistant
cashier of the First National bank of
Voted for Him.
Judge"It seems tojne that you're
a good-for-nothing rogue. Have you
ever earned a dollar in your life?"
Prisoner"Yes, yer Honor I voted
for you once."
Bob Sleds for Sale.
I have a few hand-made, good oak
sleds to sell at greatly reduced prices.
If you need a sled call and see them
at my blacksmith shop. N. M. Nel
son, Princeton, Minn. 3-2c
Sunday Matinee at 3 p*,m. week days at 2:30 p. m.
Saturdays and Sundays, two evening shows, at 7:30 and 9.
AH other nights of "the week, one show at 8.
China and Glassware
in large assortment.
Greatly Reduced Prices
Program Beginning Sunday, Jan. 15
SUNDAY AND MONDAY"SCRAP IRON"
A First National attraction starring Charles Ray. Ray made
it. Ray played it. Reel after reel of delightful drama, stir-
ring action, human comedy. Matinee 10c and 20c evening,
15c and 25ci plus tax.
TUESDAY"HILLS OF HATE"
A Greater Features picture with Jack Hoxie. Another of his
western features with pretty snow scenes. One reel comedy.
Matinee, 10c and 15c evening, 10c and 20 plus tax.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-'HAIRPINS"
A Paramount-Artcraft picture starring Enid Bennet. An in-
timate real-life drama that turns marriage inside out. One
reel educational. Matinee, 10c and 15c evening, 10c and 20c'1
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Do not take sulphur and molasses in the spring!
Eat at least one slice of RYE-SWEET, RYE-
PUMPERNICKEL or WHEAT-A-LAXA bread at
each meal. Throw away your Pills
Now is The
To get acquainted with
our coffee. Start theNew
Year right by using the
right coffee. 45 cents a
Princeton Drug Co.
Open for Business
With a full line of
Fresh Chocolates and Home-made Candies
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
We handle Van Der Bie's Ice Cream
Fruits and Nuts Give us a trial.
Happy New Year.
J. F.RICHIGER'S CONFECTIONERY