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~H Miss Craig visited at her home over Sunday. Fred Keith has gone to St. Paul to study stenography. Chas. Hays and Hubert Jesmer have left the 5th grade. All the classes of the high school were given tests last week. Chas. Brace has T^een promoted from the 6th to the 7th grade. Miss Moody has been enjoj'ing a visit from her sister this week. The scholars at the brickyard school are having their spring va cation this week. The time for admission to the 1st primaiy has been extended one week. No children will be admit ted after next Monday. The high school ball team was organized Monday night. Ralph Claggett is manager, Earl Kaliher is captain, and Freemont Wood cock is secretary-treasurer. Prof. White attended the meet ing of the Northern Minnesota Ed ucational association at St. Cloud, Friday and Saturday. He was elected one of the executive offi cers. mm^^WMmmm^^ SCHOOL. ^OTES. The following compositions en titled "My Favorite Season- Why?'" were written by Fourth grade pupils: We have four seasons in the year, and if you give me my choice I like spring the best. In spring I can go fishing, hunt ing, pick fkmer& and play in the woods. We children play ball and "'ten little niggar babies." In the spring the weather is neither to hot nor to cold, but just right. In the summer it is so hot you can't rue Even if you get in the shade the s^eat \il run clown your back If you get too warm and drink cold water, it is liable to uake 3 on have a fever. WARREN BRIG&S. tvorite season is summer whoi I can go in swimming. The Is ery nice and cool when aim. I never go in swim- AAg till I get cooled off because I would catch cold. In the summer when I go in swimming I am al ways clean and feel cool. It is not good to go in swimming too much. I like summer because I do not ha\e to go to school, I can so to the farm and herd cattle It is health}- to be on the farm too. I get up early in the summer breezes and milk the cows and rake the hay, then I ha\ a good appetite for breakfast and dinner. Another reason i & because I can go bare footed. To-day I feel like going barefooted, it is so warm out doors. BENNIE REAN. The Best Remedy for Rheumatism. QUICK RELIEF FROM PAIN All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which it aftordb When speaking of this Mr. D. N Sinks, of Troj, Ohio, says. "Some time ago I had a se\ere attack of rheumatism in my arm and shoulder. I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recommended by Messrs Ge F. Parsons & Co drug gists of this place, to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm Tboj recommended it so highly that I bought a bottle. I ivas toon wlieiedof all pain. I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends, who agree with me that it is the best remedy for muscular rheu matism in the market Fo sale by Princeton Drug Co COVE. Wm. Johnson, of Excelsior, is visiting Wr. J. Eynon this week. Mr. Jones was given a surprise party the evening of the 27th, it being his birthday. Axel Humble and family, of Garrison, visited friends here last Friday and Saturday. Miss Beaufort, of Lawrence, vis ited Miss Bessie Norton and the school in district No. 17, Monday. Cove postoffice has been made a money order office. The P. M. will be able to issue orders in a few days. Gilbert Wilkes has gone to North Branch after his family. They will spend the summer on their farm here. There is to be & basket social at r.. Bay View House next Friday even ing, the proceeds to be, used for benevolent purposes. Married, March 28 by Rev. J&aymond, Mr. Henry Carrington and Miss Ida Sandberg. The happy couple are boarding at Bay View House. E. G. Morrison, who has .been doing ^Y. J. Eynon's hauling through the winter, departed for Renville county Tuesday morning. The rocky road to Milaca was too much for him. Miss Maud Terwilligar died March 29, of consumption. -The funeral services were held at the house Sunday at 3 p. M.. Rev. Ray mond officiating. Maud was a lovely young lady, a favorite with old and young, and will be greatly missed. She was'one of the S. S. teachers and secretary of the La dies Aid society. The family have the deepest sympathy of the neigh borhood in their sorrow. He Kept His Leg. Twelve years ago J. W Sullivan, of Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg with a rusty wire. Inflamation and blood-jpoisoning set in. Fo two years he suffered intensely. Then the best doctors urged amputation, "but, he writes, I used one bottle of Electric Bitters and 1 1-2 boxes of Bucklen 's Arni ca Salve and my leg was sound and well as ever." For eruptions, ec zema, tetter, salt rheum, sores and all blood disorders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth. Tr them, C. A Jack, druggist, will guarantee satisfaction or refund money. Only 50 cents. I EKIKSOKTILLE. 1 The roads are getting muddy. S As the postoffice business is in creasing, A. E. Peterson, the hard ware man, has beer* sworn in as assistant postmaster. J. V. Smith has purchased a piece of land at Lars Erikson's land office and will soon build a house and establish a meat market. E V. Milton, the county sur or, ha& been subdividing section 6, town 41, range 26, so we know the lines for the fences and the village. A new planing mill has been put in at Vineland, which is doing splendid work and flooring and siding are already here for the new buildings. A Raging, Roaring Flood Washed down a telegra ph line which Chas. C. Ellis, of .Lisbon, a had to repair "Standing waist deep icy water," he writes, "gave me a terrible cold and cough I grew worse daily. Finally the best doctors in Oakland, Neb., Sioux City and Omaha said I had consumption and could not live. Then I began using Dr. King's New Discov ery and was wholly cured by six bot tles Positively guaranteed for coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubtes by A Jack Price 50c. TIKELAISTD. D. H. Robbins is on the sick list. J. S. Collins is re shingling his house. quite The ice in the thoroughfare is breaking up. Mrs. F. L. Daigle has gone to visit her mother. Mrs. Rogers is not improving as rapidly as her friends wish. J. F. Warren has finished log ging and his crew has gone. Wm. Sullivan and C. B. Bra ford will go to Princeton to attend court. Mrs. Archer's illness will pre vent Mr. Archer's attendance at court. Miss Stead closed a successful term of school in the Sullivan neighborhood Friday. Mrs. Rogers is improving. Mr. Fenley and family spent a few days in Brainerd this week. Mrs. Frank Daigle left for Be midji to spend the summer with her mother. Miss Cater, of* Ericksonville, was the guest of Miss Wold Satur day and Sunday. Mr. Anderson being detained by town business Mr. Olaf Johnson carried the mail to Brainerd. Jason Carter returned from Lake county, where he has been em ployed in the lumber camps during the winjei\ jf Mr. McClure's horses' ran away the road to Vineland. One of ftfeTHE PRIKCETO^ tTMCO^ THURSDAY, APRIL 4^190 lT the horses was injured very badly and the sleigh and harness- were broken.- -*Vxi^- i JThe lake is beginning to-open in the center. There is "a gener ous supply of mud, making it bad ior the school children and school ma'ams. "Have you any doubts remaining?" said Mrs. Jones. "No, Marind, I have not^ I took itocky Mountain Tea last night." 'Twill remove any impure thoughts in the human family 35c. C. A JACK. THE BIGGEST EVER. The April Sale of the E Mark Live Stock Co. Will a Corker. The regular monthly sale of the E.* Ma rk Live Stock company will occur on Saturday, April 6, and Mr. Mark plans to~ clean up his entire stock at this sale. There will be offered on th at day 100 horses, 100* western horses, 50 mules, 100 milch" cows, 500 sheep, 100 Angora goats, 50 sets single and double harness, 50 single and double buggies, 25- lumber wagons, farm ma chinery, household goods, etc etc This sale will give you an unexcelled opportunity to secure just what you want at your own price and on your own terms. The Great Northern will give excur sion rates/rom St. Paul and all inter mediate points on the certificate plan. The fare will be one and one-third fares for the round trip. This insures a large crowd of buyers from abroad and Mr. Mark will endeavor to give all who attend full value for their money. Don't forget the dateApril 6, rain or shine. If you want a tea m, a horse to match one you now have, a buggy, wagon or harness you can't afford to miss this sale. E. MARK LIVE STOCK Princeton, Ninn. Cures dizzy spells, tired feeling stom ach, kidney and liver troubles. Kee ps you well all summer. Rocky Mountain Tea taken this month. 35c C. A. JACK. A Swearing Room. In some of the largest Eastern cities, so the story goes, a crusade is bei ng made again st the use of profanitj o,n the streets. Each policeman carries a register, which he uses to count oaths. Eve ry ti me he hears a man swear he presses the button and rings it up as a conductor rings up fares. Then wh en the man comes into the police court the register shows how ma ny oaths he used, an ah is fined a dollar apiece. It is needless to say th at sensible men will swear in Chinese or under their bVeath if the indulgence costs them a dollar a throw. Swearing is often due to nervousness, due to bad digestion or similar causes. The tvise man always looks after his health as well as his conduct, and so he drinks "Golden Grain Belt" beer. It is a de licious and nourishing drink and will do ou good for it is brewed from pure barley malt and hops. If you work hard you not only deserve it, but need it Order from your nearest dealer or ygu can be supplied by Henry Veidt, Princeton, Minn. BUSINESS LOCALS. MONEY to loan on improved farms. S. RUTHERFORD, Princeton, Minn. Come in and see our line of carpets. F. li. LUDDEN Oats and baled haj for sale at the St. Anthony & Dakota elevator Ladi es Shirt Waists, the newest pat- terns, at LUDDEN'S WANTED.Girl for general house work. v. MRS. L. S. BRIGGS Sele ct jour Easter lillies and other flowers at LUDDEN'S Oats and baled hay for sale at the St. Anthony & Dakota elevator. Wall paper, see the styles and qual- it at LUDDEN'S. Call a nd look over Fryling's spring and summer stock, panting and suiting Seed Grain. JWheat, oats, flax, etc. cheap at the S t. Anttiony & Dakota elevator. Uncle is sending some old fashioned maple sugar and syrup from Vermont. F. LUDDEN. FOR SALE500 bushels White Fife seed wheat free from all foul seed. See sample at Caley's. JOHN CAMERON. Seed Grain. Wheat, oats, flax, etc. cheap at the St. Anthony & Dakota elevator. A new line of summer weigBt Ma lone pants just received, also a com plete line ofmen's, boy's and children's suite always on hand. S M. Byera' cloth ing^ i0r Oj Cravens, Mgr. BIGGEfi THAN B0BBT P|OPLE WHO, UNDER ENGLISH LAW. MAY LAUGH AT THE POLICE. _, The Various Clauses of Persons -fi* Great Britain Who Cannot Ar restedRoyalty, as a Matter o Course, I First on the List. The other day at the Westminster (England) county court a warrant for the arrest and committal of a solicitor had to be extended for four mont hs more, as though the solicitor was walking about the streets in the sight of the police, they dared not lay a fin ger on him Even the judge seemed surprised that the man could not be arrested. Bu it is probable he never .will be arrested, for, jas he carries a charm on his person in-the form of a brief, his body cannot be-seized. This is because no one engaged on business at a law court can be arrested for any breach of the civil law If you happen to owe a debt, to have a judgment de livered against you and to be commit ted to prison for not paying, of course you can be ai rested under ordinary circumstances, but if you are sub poenaed as a witness you cannot be arrested while going to the place, while staying there to give evidence or while returning home, and you may feel sure that the courts will stick up for you There aie many other people who can laugh at the police. Of course no member of the royal family can be arrested under any circumstances. Servants of the royal household also have great privileges in this way Should one of the royal servants com mit a crime at the command of the crown he could not be arrested. A the crown can do no wrong, of course any order the crown should give would be Considered right, and Bobby would not dare to make an arrest. Then members of parliament, though they can be arrested for some things, are exem pt in certain cases where or dinary citizens would certainly be run in. If a member of the house of com mons commits a crime, he can be ar rested like any other citizen, but if it is a case of contempt of court, *such as' not paying debts, he can snap his fin gers at the"police during the greater part of the yearthat is to say, he can not be arrested while parliament Is sit ting nor for 40 days before and 40 daya after the session' This gives him ex emption during about nine-tenths of the year. Of course a peer.enjoys the same good fortune, and so does Ji peeress in her own right Bu in their case the privilege is still greater, for they can not be arrested on a civil process at any time, whether parliament is sit ting or not. In fact, if the heir to a peerage happens to be in prison for any offense not criminal, he is liberated the mome nt he succeeds to the title. Foreign embassadors may commit any offense, from drunkenness up to murder, without running the slightest risk of seeing the inside of an English' prison. An not only have the embas sadors themselves this privilege, but their secretaries, coachmen, cooks, valets7 etc., are equally favored indi viduals, for the theory is that an em bassador is useless without his dinner, his drives, his shaves and the like. When an embassador commits a crime, all that can be done is to ask his government to recall him. But, of course, if he we nt about the streets knocking many people down he would certainly *be arrested and held tempo rarily. Bu he could not be tried and punished. The foreign embassador's house, family and servants are looked upon as if they were in their own coun try. Under no circumstances could a policeman or bailiff break into the house or arrest any of the inhabitants. Soldiers, while on service, could up debts, refuse to pay, and if a judge, after ordering them to pay, without re sult, issued a warrant for their arrest and committal, no policeman dare exe cute it unless the amount were over $150. Navy men enjoy the same privi leges, but no doubt they seldom get the opportunity of exercising them. he clergy are another class of men who are sometimes secure against ar rest. A clergyman cannot be arrested when he Is celebrating divine service or conducting the celebration of rites for the dead nor can he be touched when going "to or returning from either of these duties An one breaking the law in this lespect might be punished with as much as two years' imprison ment with hard labor On Sundays we are all privileged No one can be arrested on Sunday ex cept for treason, .felony or breach of the peace. If any one tries it with you, you o#n resist up to^the point of killing him. A curious rule in connection with ar rest is not generally knownif a police man comes along after a fight or an assault, he can make no arrest without a warrantLondon Tit-Bits. Sam Chute, well known to base ball fans in this village, and the chief of police of St. Cloud had a political ar gument Saturday night which ended in blows. Chute was arrested, of course, but the chief will lose hisjob on account of the part he took in the affray. "s Job Couldn't Have Stood It If he*d had itching piles. They're terribly annoying but Bucklen's Ar nica Salve will cure the worst case of piles on earth. I hascured thousands. For injuries, pains or bodily eruptions it's the best sal ve in the world. Price 25c a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by C. A Jack, druggist. I have for service at my farm, one mile from Princeton, the Short Horn bull "Senator Brower." Terms^iave been reduced from two dollars to 'Une, strictly in advance. 4^ ii: E BUBGAN. AT The People Who Call nefv l'iLs P. St EUSTIS, Gen 1 Pass Agent CHICAGO, ILL It Begins To-day! What? The Stirring Drama of the ...Civil War... "LoveAcross the Lines," HARRY SflLLWELL EDWARDS. No ne of our readers can afford to pass this excellent feature by The open'ing chapters are in this paper and it is worth your while To read them. I IBBiBUMl SALZER'S SEEDS WILL MAKE YOU RICH" This is a. daring statement, fcut Sal zer'sseeds-bear it oat every time Combination Corn. I Greatestcornone&rth WillposltiTer* revolutionize corn growing. ^Simon Dollar Crass. Greatest marvel of the age 12tons of hay per acre First crop six weeks after Bowleg Whatls"It Cataloguetells. f08 Me. STAMPS and thi NOTICE w mail b(g seed catalog, 10 Grata Sample*IncluduigiboT*,kito I SnelU (8Qbu. per A.VOa*a.i* (2oa bwhel per A. RamlV-^^^^Ea. %ley,(M3t.pA) ft***, tti WirS|M. togetasurt. John A. Satzep Seed So. La Crosse. JUBJj^gLMJgQl You will not have to quit for favorable weather to do your seeding- i you have a monitor Double Disc Drill. Sold by Dalbo Warehouse Co. toe dinner hour, will naturally expect an invitation even if they ?i^i? thought of accepting and certainly it's your duty to extend the courtesy, if there is anything lacking to make the meal a success kindly remember that this i? a prompt service grocery house and call us in to your assistance We have canned fruits, fresh fruits, fancy foods and countless ready to use specialties, but always the little kind of prices. For you Easter Dinner: Fresh Lettuce, Celery, Radishes, Green Onions, Horse Radis h, Olives, Sweet, Sour and Dill Pickles, Full Cream a nd Brick Cheese, in fact a full list of appetizing dinner Walker'ssgnimmirt The Electric Lighted Limited A twist of the wrist"it's on Another twist of the wrist, it's offthe berth lig ht on the Burlington's Chicago Limited Con veniences-a buffet-library smoker compartment and standard sleepers, a dining car, a reclining chair car: electric light, steam heat Leaves Minneapolis 7-20 St. Paul 8.05 P. M., daily. Arnves Chicago 9.25 next morning and S Louis 5 21 ne\t afternoon The -'Scenic Express" lea\es Minneapolis 7.40 A St Paul 8.15 A except Sundaj. arriving Chicago 10:20 same evening, and S Louis 6 40 next morning As your home agent for tickets \ia this lire. CEO. P. LYMAN, THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, H. NEWBERT, Proprietor. PRINCETON, MINNESOTA 4 i Ass Gen 1 Pass Agent ST PAUL, MINN. In Keg or Case HAMM'S E E Always Fresh, No Matter Where You Buy It Supplied by Agents "Everywhere, or THEO. HAMM BREWING CO., Si Paul, Minn.* At .your .service~ UNCL E SAMS MONOGRAM WHISKEY fir (jeneral or Medicinal Use. A sous. ST.PAVLAHO MINNEAPOLIS. monitor Double Disc Drills will, put in your seed under any conditions, wet or dry, where a team can go. i_ ^J, Sold by Dalbo Warehouse Co.