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It enables you to level the Sharpies
Dairy Tubular Cream Separator in a
minutequicker than you could find
the spirit level you must use to level
all other separators. A glance at the
plumb bob, hanging there on the back
of the Tubular, will always tell you
whether the Tubular remains level.
In that way you get the very best work
out of the Tubular, for all separators
should be kept level to do their best
work. Tubulars have dozens of ex
clusive fine points and are sold on the
level Bring the wife in. See how
simple, perfect and different from
others Tubulars are.
Main Street,
w*
Here's the Plumb Bob
It's just another proof that Tubular Cream Separators are right up
to the minutemiles ahead of any other. No other separator has it.
What's It For?
CALEY HDW. CO. Princeton
A. C. SMITH
(Successor to G. H. Gottwerth)
Prime Meats of Every Variety,
Poultry, Fish, Etc.
Highest market prices pslfd for Cattle and Hogs,
L. C. HUMMEL
Dealer I
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
Both Telephones.
Main Street, (Opposite Starch Factory.) Princeton, Minn.
Let Figure On Yotir Bill
This is the season of the \ear when everybody begins to figure on making needed
repairs about the place, or putting up ne\s buildings We have anticipated the needs
of users and have stocked up with the choicest assortment of select lumber and build-
ing material ever offered in this section Our prices are absolutely right and no
matter what you wantone piece or a complete house or barn bill
THEiTEST OF MERIT
Let Figure O It.
CALEY LUMBER CO.
BENJAHIN SOULE, Manager
(Successor to Anton Falk)
DEALER IN
yVines, Liquors and Cigars
Hamra's Beer on Draught
Princeto People Are Given Convincing
Proof
No bte test of any article can be
made thn the test of time and this is
particutrly true of a kidney medi
cine. Jpan's Kidney Pills have stood
this t^f and stood it well. What
better jiroof of the merits of this
remedycould you demand than the
statemep of a Princeton resident who
has beei cured and has stayed cured?
Read tt|following:
Mrs. i E. Bates, Main St., Prince
ton, Mi|i., says: "I cheerfully con
firm alii satid in praise of Doan's
Kidney ills when I publicly recom
mended lem three years ago, and I
again avise their use to anyone
afflicted With kidney trouble. This
complaiiiclung to me for years. My
back wasreak and I could not stoop
without hying sharp, shooting pains
throughoimy body. I had attacks
of dizzinel and nervousness and a
kidney wetness caused me no end of
Your^rade is Solicited"^ PRINCETON, MINN.
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Princeton.
annoyance. My husband finally got
a box of Doan's Kidney Pills for mehere
and they proved to be the best kidney
medicine I ever used, giving me
prompt relief."
For sale by all dealers or upon re
ceipt of price, 50 cents. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the nameDoan's and
take no other.
For Service.
I have a fine young stallion which I
brought with me last spring from
southwestern Iowa, which I will stand
on my farm, 1 mile west and 1 mile
south of Princeton, for this season.
My customers say I have the all-pur
pose horsehe looks right in any
harness. Gome and book early. Old
and new customers welcome. Price
vary reasonable. I have a few colts
to show now.
14-2tp Frank Michael.
in* to visit Ephralm Yager and
family at Milaea. They will also
visit John Yager and family near
Mankato before leaving for the
west.
The many friends of Ben Haralson
will be sorry to learn that he
wasat
obliged to enter the Northwestern
hospital at Princeton for an opera
tion for appendicitis. Ben has been
in poor health all winter and we hope
he will be benefited by the operation.
Albert Kettelhut, who has been
drilling a well for Fred Newman on
the Maggart farm, struck water at a
depth of 155 feet and the water rose to
within 10 feet of the surface. About
45 feet of this well is drilled into solid
rock and the water is of splendid
quality.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard of Iowa are
expected this week. They have
purchased the Stella Galbraith
Roberts 40 acres just east of Blue
Mound and will erect buildings at
once. They will stop with Hartman
Camp and family while putting a
building up to live in.
VINELAND.
The Indians are catching a few fish
now.
An easter program will be given at
the M. E. church next Sunday.
The M. E. Ladies' Aid society met
with Mrs. W. D. Bartlett on Saturday
last.
Gus Bergendahl left for North Da
kota last week. There he intends to
work during the coming season.
Church services were to be held at
the M. E. church last Sunday even
ing but the preacher failed to come.
Billy Anderson was seen on the
streets of Vineland on Monday break
ing in a pair of horned colts (oxen).
A. F. Scharz and family will ar
rive here this week. Mr. Scharz in
tends to farm, and we all wish him
success.
The Van Winkle brothers are build
ing a roof on their ice house. They
have a large supply of ice put up for
the fishing season.
Messrs. Jorgenson and Van Winkle
went wolf hunting last Sunday even
ing and, as luck would have it, they
got a rabbit, which they had to shoot
three times.
The iron ore drill which is working
in this vicinity is down a depth of 215
feet. At a depth of 160 feet a good
quality of ore was struck. The vein
proved to be 60 feet thick.
DISTRICT NO. 50.
Jerry Haley was a caller in Baldwin
on Sunday.
Herb Campbell was a caller at themother,
Egge home on Sunday.
Miss Flasgrude of Iowa, a niece of
Mrs. Egge, is visiting her.
C. L. Campbell is residing his house
and putting on anew porch.
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell were callers
on acquaintances in Princeton on
Sunday.
We were sorry to learn that Dave
Looney was obliged to return to the
hospital.
Gunner Hofflander returned last
week from Minneapolis, where he had
been taking a short course in agri
culture.
We are glad to hear that Miss
Dorothy Hanson, who has been con
fined to her bed for nearly a year,
has so far recovered as to be able to
be up.
Fred Murphy met with quite a seri
ous accident one day last week while
pressing hay by getting his hand
caught in the engine. The fingers
were badly mangled.
SPENCER BROOK
Miss Anna Lundeen of MiJaca is
visiting relatives here.
The Ladies' Aid society met at O.
K. Peterson's on Friday.
Clark Severance has purchased a
new horse from Mr. Barton.
Miss Vera Peterson is working for
Mrs. R. S. Chapman in Princeton.
Mrs. A. A. Foote is visiting for a
few days with her daughter, Mrs. J.
E. Chapman.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf Larson have
returned from Bruno, where they
spent the winter.
There was a moving picture show
last Friday evening which
aroused some excitement, as such
amusements seldom come to the large
city of Spencer Brook.
The auetion sale at Wm. Barton's
last Saturday was well attended. He
will travel west soon, his wife having
.gone some time ago. Earl Thompson
and Lyle Morton have rented his
farm for the season.
BALDWIN.
Frank Way of Green Lake spent the
week end at the Stacy home.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hamilton are
the proud parents of a bouncing baby
boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones are the
proud parents of a ten pound baby
boy.
Mrs. S. A. Lane spent Friday night
with her uncle, T. F. McCracken, and
family.
Ernest Rosing came up on Satur
day evening from Minneapolis to
visit relatives and friends for a few
days.
Quite a number from this vicinity
were confirmed at the Swedish Luther
an ohuroh on Sunday.
Iva McCraoken spent Tuesday night
the Griep home and Wednesday
night at the Trunk home.
Miss Odegard left on Saturday for
her home at Santiago, where she will
spend her Easter vacation.
T. F. McCracken has sold his farm
but the family intends to live on the
place during the summer. We are
sorry to hear thaj they have sold.
Mike Keller arrived on Thursday
from Minneapolis, where he hail
spent the winter with his parents. We
are glad to see Mike among us again,
especially the girls.
A large crowd gathered at the
Stacy home on Friday evening and
kept things pretty lively until a late
hour. The event was in honor of
Marion's birthday. The only ones
that were missing were our smiling
schoolmaams.
LONG SIDING.
A blacksmith shop wantedthe best
location in the county.
Rose Allmann of Hinckley is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Lipp, this week.
An Easter dance will be given at
Long Siding hall next Wednesday
evening.
Next week Peterson Bros, will start
building their hotel and restaurant.
Watch Long Siding grow.
THREE CORNERS.
Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Slaback spent
Sunday in Princeton visiting friends.
E. W. Severance is hauling corn
from Sam Sausser's and moving his
goods this week.
The Farmers' Phone Co. is talking
of putting in two new wires through
this part of the county.
Mrs. Sam Sausser and daughter
spent three or four days visiting in
Princeton and attended the Yeomen
lodge dance on Wednesday evening.
GLENDORADO.
Joe Wasmuth left for Proctor on
Saturday and will rteurn this week.
Ole Forsberg is building a
newE
residence for Mrs. A. M. Halvorson.
Lewis Halvorson, who has been
sick for the past week with pneu
monia, is better.
John Daline spent Sunday evening
with his friend, "Pussy" Hubbard.
Go easy, Jack, it's Leap year.
Mike Griffen departed for his fuH
ture home in Minneapolis on Satur
day to get things ready for his
who will leave tomorrow.
Phoebe Dilly, Clara Fridley and
Ernest and Earl Weinheimer visited at
the Ben Skygack home in Klondike
on Sunday. This was their farewell
visit before they leave for Kismet,
Iowa.
Miss Mollie Christianson was
pleasantly surprised by a large num
ber of her friends, the occasion being
her sixteenth birthday anniversary.
Playing games was the orrder of the
evening and there were plenty of good
things to eat. At 2:30 in the morning
the guests departed for their homes.
GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO.
Oscar Wold visited relatives in
Greenbush last week.
Tjere and Isaac Jensen delivered
stock at Becker on Monday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jens Jenson,
jr., on Thursday, March 28, a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Bergsted were in
Anoka last week seeking medical aid.
Ole Kriutson left on Friday for
Minneapolis, where he will visit rela
tives.
Mrs. Frank Holland of Santiago
will entertain the Missionary Aid so
ciety on Wednesday, April 11. All
are invited to attend.
Olaf Abrahatneon and Ole Johnson
were among the lucky ones of district
5, Greenbush, who attended the
week's course at the state agricultural
school. Next time let's have some
boys from Glendorado and Santiago
schools too.
The Young People's union is mak
ing arrangements for a grand seven
teenth of May celebration in Glendor
ado. A program consisting of music,
speeches and feasting will be
furnished. All lovers of their mother
country should help to make the oc
casion a fitting one.
Capt. Obert Anderson and his
de*
feated men of rabbit hunt No. 1 gave
the promised oyster supper and dance
at the home of Gilbert Anderson in
Santiago last Saturday evening.
That the victorious ones relished their
oysters need not be told, for all par
takers stayed till the wee hours of
morning.
Fine Farm Mares
I have a carload of farm horses for
sale at Wresch's barn. They are
mostly mares and will be sold either
for cash or on time.
13-tfc Frank Hensehel.
Pickle Growers, Attention!
Now is the time to make contract for
pickles, and be sure that you get on
the first seed list. Call at the First
National bank and ask for contract.
Haarmann Pickle po.,
M. M. Stroeter, Secretary.
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Are You Interested in Anything
in the Harness Line?
Come in and we will demonstrate to you how we make
harness. You will always find us busy at the bench with our
sleeves rolled up. If you want good harness you will have to get
harness that is made rightby experienced men who thorough
ly understand the manufacture of harness and are also capable
of buying a good grade of leather that will stand up. Harness
making is our business. It is the only business we have ever
followed. We have made a careful study of it and will try to
supply your wants in a manner that will satisfy you.
Our Stock of Driving Harness is a Winner
We always have a large stock of single and double driving
harness and our prices are reasonable. It will pay you to get
our prices before buying. We are well stocked in all depart
ments and our prices are right. If you have not had your
harness oiled this spring bring it in and we will oil it in a first-
class manner at $i.oo per set. Do it now.
We will receive a consignment of lap dusters this week and yon
will have the chance to take your pick if you come early.
J. H. HOFFMAN,
Gillespie & Sternberg's Old Stand
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[Odd and En Sale!
Beginning Saturday, April 6 1
and continuing one week, we will close
out a few odds and ends:
g: One lot of lace and insertion, per yd 3c 3
One lot of slightly soiled white goods, per yd 9c 2
S~ One lot of lawns, per yd Qc 3
|E One piece of 50c silk tissue, per yd 23c =2
gr Slightly soiled summer muslin going at a Big Discount 3
White Waists With Braid Trimmings
Odds and ends in dishes on our 5c and 10c counter 3
|E Everything at a Bargain 3
10. B. NEWTON1
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JOHNSON
EWELER
I MAKE a specialty of repairing all kinds of com
plicated' watches and clocks. If you have old,
worn out jewelry bring it to me and I will make it
like new on short notice. *J *& ^f
We are New Offering a Line of Sample Shoes
Special Bargains in 5c and 10c Ribbons.
A Full Line of Colors in Voiles and Batistes for
Summer wear,
Our Bulk Coffee at 25c, 27c, 30c, 33c is Extra Value.
We Have a New Lot of Garden Seeds.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
K. D. BYERS
^Will Photograph Anything, Anywhere at Any Time, Day or Night.
Clement' Photograph* arc as good as the best He makes a i,crfna.,
photographing family group* at th^ir homes. Old people a specialty. XocVlSX?
etc. Sendapostcard to box 34 or call on me over Mark's store and 1 *Tt SSfS'
Bringinyournega^esormms and I ^ZZ3?~
E. I*. CLEMENT, Princeton
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