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Main Street, T^ 1 An Honest, Enduring Car In outer respects there are cars in this class which may look quite as well as REO the Fifth. Ail modern cars run well when new, and all look well. It is the second season- when troubles come, and when upkeep cost mounts up. The difference lies in the hidden partsin the steel, the bearings, the gears and forcings. And, above all, in the engine. With skimping in these parts, or insufficient tests, weaknesses are bound to develop. Some parts give out, other parts become noisy. After a few thousand miles the new car be- comes old. It takes grit to spend money in parts which buyers don't see. It requires long experience to know the necessity. On our yearly output this extreme care and caution adds a million dollars to our costs. But for men who want the utmost in a car all these things are essential. They are also essential to'proper economy. To the average buyer they save our extra cost from three to five times over. If you are buying a car for years to come, you want a car built like this. And the only car in this class built as we deserile is this car built by E. Olds. REO the Fifth has our one-rod control the simplest control ever devised for a car. All the gear shifting is done with one small center rod, placed out of the way. It is done by moving tois rod only three inches in each of four directionsas simple as moving the spark lever. There are no levers, side or cen- ter. There is nothing in the driver's way. Both brakes are oper- ated by foot pedals. These are exclusive Reo features, and you will And them most attractive. For demonstration and particulars call on Princeton, Minnesota A. C. SMITH (Successor to Q. H. Gottwertb) Prime Meat's of Every Variety, Poultry, Fish, Etc. fflgftesr market prices p&td for Cattle and Hogs. V^rr^ *r^i "iin_i y^v*'ii^^^ "frii~M^r"w^p-in ^rnn_r-_,,.- A SPRAY For Potatoes, Tomatoes and Vegetables Combined Insecticide and Fungi cide kills bugs, prevents blight, in creases yield of crop 20 to 60 per cent. Entire plant protection and in creased yield resulting from the use of one spray. errmann is the most adhesive spray material made heavy rains will not wash it off the plant it sticks to the most waxy surfaces. No mix ing required simply dilute to a thin cream by the addition of a little water, then strain into spray tank. It does away with all mis takes or inaccuracies liable to occur in home made materials. Let us furnish you with full information and prices. Manufactured by THE HERRMANN LABORATORIES For Insecticides and Fungicides MORRIS HERRMANN & CO.. 200 Fifth Ave.. New York City THIS YEAR, THE SAME AS LAST YEAR THE ULUTH HERALD IS THE BEST NEWSPAPER IN THE NORTHWEST Send for sample copiesafter you've read them you'll surely want to join The Herald's happy family of satisfied readers. DAILY MAIL-THREE MONTHS FOR $1.00 ADDRESS -HERALD, DULUTH, MINN. Princeton. I Church Topics 7 A A 4 5andayand Weekday 7 Announcements. i^-e-e-4- ST. EDWARD'S. Mass every Sunday. On the second, fourth and fifth Sundays of the month low mass at 8:30, with a short sermon and high mass with sermon at 10 30. On the first and third Sundays of the month low mass only at 8:30. Every Sunday even ing at 7:30 vespers sermon, and bene diction of the blessed sacrament. You are always most welcome at St. Edward's. METHODIST. Morning worship at 10:30 a. m. evening service at 7:30 sharp. Special music by the choir. Mrs. Caley, musical director Miss Walker and Miss Anderson, organists. Sun day school at 11:35 Mrs. Ewing, superintendent. Brotherhood class after the morning worship. Ep worth league Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. SWEDISH LUTHERAN. Services next Sunday in the Swed ish Lutheran church, Princeton, at 3 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Communion service next Sunday in the Swedish Lutheran church, Green bush, at 10:30 a. m. The Ladies' Aid society of the Swedish Lutheran church of Zim merman is invited to meet at the home of Mrs. Nyquist on April 30 at 2 p. m. All are cordially invited. John A. LeVine, Pastor. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS A80 The rainfall on Tuesday caused the old Bum to rise about two feet. Hazen Cravens and wife are as happy as clams over the arrival of a baby boy at their house. Frank Brogan has painted the front of the Cowles' block, adding greatly to its appearance. Henry Mallette and wife of Bridg man were down to see "Fanchon Farmers, Attention. Wanted, hogs and cattle at L. Hummel's meat market, Princeton. Highest market prices paid. 13-tfc Farm Loans. Farm loans in Mille Lacs county, one note and one mortgage, yearly interest and partial payment privi leges. Address O. A. Zierold, Cen tury Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. o-13c TRUTH TRIUMPHS. Princeton Citizens Testify for the Public Benefit. A truthful statement of a Prince ton citizen, given in his own words, should convince the most skeptical about the merits of Doan's Kidney Pills. If you suffer from backache, nervousness, sleeplessness, urinary disorders or any form of kidney ills, use a tested kidney medicine. A Princeton citizen tells of Doan's Kidney Piils. Could you demand more convincing proof of merit? W. E. Bigelow, Princeton. Minn., says: I had a bad case of rheu matic pain and kidney trouble. I hurt me to bend and when I got down or in a chairj could hardly get up. The trouble kept me from work and several times when I caught cold, the attatcks were worse. I was told to try Doans' Kidney Pills and I did. I soon got relief and a little later I was cured." For sale by all dealers or upon re ceipt of price, 50 cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the nameDoan'sand take no other. Adv. ^rTppin^Tvn?WW fW. THE PRINCETON UNION: THUBSDAY, APREL 23, 1914. WW* at Jesmer's ball on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stamm of Monticello are happy over the arrival of a nine-pound girl at their house. Arbor day will be generally observ ed throughout the village tomorrow. Trees will be planted in many places. Chas. Keith has had his fine office building painted in good style. I is one of the most attractive offices this side of the cities. A 'bus load of merry people went out to Mr. Chadbourne's on Tuesday night for a good time and they had it. Carpenters are at work on Miss 11 use's house, one block north of the residence of J. A. Ross. I will be a very neat two-story building. Rev. John Sargent has taken the preliminary steps for the erection of a flne church at Milaca. He pro poses having the building construct ed this summer. The legislature adjourned on Tues day and many of the country mem bers are now working in their gar dens endeavoring to expand their lungs to normal proportions. It has been learned that there is now an opportunity of making ar rangements whereby a starch factory may be secured. The parties who desire to put up such a factory are coming from the east and will be in Monticello on May 1. There is not a doubt that the gentlemen can be per suaded to locate in Princeton. WANT COLUMN! kHNIMNlmiMNIHINNIMINWHHHNHHIM. __r Notices under this head will be Inserted at one cent per word. No advertisement will be published in this column for less than 15 ets. HEI4P WANTED WANTEDA girl for general housework. Write Mrs. C. C. Heint zeman, 2529 Hennepin Ave., Minne apolis, Minn. 18-2tc WANTEDDining-room girls, kitchen help and chambermaids also a woman for laundry work. Riverside Hotel. 18-ltp FOR RENT. FOR RENTRooms above my pool hall. Gust Hofflander. 18-1tc FOR SAA.fi. FOR-SALETwenty acres of land within village limits, 18 acres under cultivation, 2 acres of grove also new four room house with good well, small barn and shed. F. A. Sjobergi Princeton. 18-5tp FOR SALESeed potatoes, Early Ohios, Burbanks, Kings and Tri umphs. Get my prices before buying elsewhere. Will be in town Satur day, or drop me a postal. John Thoma, Box 412. 18-2tp FOR SALEWhite Cap seed corn. F. C. Cater, Princeton. 18-tfc FOR SALETwo good grade Hereford bull calves, about 8 months old. J. P. Jensen, 1 mile west of Princeton. 18-3tp FOR SALEA draft horse, weight about 1,400 pounds also 4-year old colt, weight about 1,100 pounds. Will be in town Saturday. Gust Thoma, Route 4, Princeton. 18-ltp FOR SALESpring rye and oats mixed, and also some small navy beans for seed. Wm. Mahoney, 1, Princeton. 17-3tp FOR SALEPure blood light Bramah eggs for hatching. Mrs. A. Bryson, Princeton. 17-2tc FOR SALEA threshing rig, 20 horse-power Nichols & Shepard en gine and 36 by 56 inch separator. Complete with self feeder, blower, weigher and ruthwings. Separator has been used two seasons and feeder and wings one season. Also have for sale a Maytag corn shredder, 8 roll, run only 20 days. Must be sold before May 1. Will be sold either for cash or on terms to suit purchaser. Zimmeramn Hardware Co. 17-2tc FOR SALESpan of first-class driving horses. Mcllhargey Hard ware & Furniture Co. 18-ltc FOR SALESeed corn, guaran teed. N. C. Hanson, Elk Lake, Minn. 16-4tp FOR SALEStrawberry plants of several varieties50 cents per 100, $4.00 per 1,000, delivered in Prince ton. Chas. M. Murray, Route 4, Princeton. Tri-Stare phone. 16-4tc FOR *SALE for setting, furnish any short notice. Hill: Route 1 phone. Buff Orpington eggs 50 cents for 15. Can number required on Matt Johnson, Blue Princeton: Tri-State 16-4tc FOR SALEOne two-seated sur rey, as good as new. Inquire of Henry Newbert, Princeton. 15-tfc FOR SALEAll of my household goods. Purchasers may obtain same after June 1. Mrs. Nora Nichols, Princeton. 14-tfc FOR SALENational seed oats. Hoehn Bros., Route 2, Prince ton^ 14-4tp FOR SALE-Full-blooded single comb white Leghorn chickens and a few roosters also eggs for hatching at less than half the price you can buy the same grade elsewhere. Set ting of 15 only 75 cents, 100 for $3.00. J. O. Runsten, Prince ton. 15-4tp MISCELLANEOUS. WANTEDCorn, oats, barley and off-grade wheat. Henschel's Feed Store, Princeton. 2-tfc FOR SERVICEThe registered Holstein bull, Sir Homestead Wash ington de Kol. Service $1 cash. O. C. Bragg, section 20, Blue Hill. 17-2tp FOR SERVICEFull-blooded Hol stein bull. C. Cater, 80 rods west of depot, Princeton. 13-tfc FOR SERVICEA Holstein bull. Prince Aggie Celeste Netherlands, No. 115926. J. H. Craft, Route 2, Zimmerman, Minn. Tri-State phone 2R15. 11-tfc New Potato Concern in St. Cloud. A company has been incorporated at St. Cloud with a capital stock of $30,000 for the purpose of dealing in potatoes and other farm produce. I will operate under the name of the "Dalrymple Potato and Warehouse Co." and will erect fireproof ware houses in St. Cloud and at other points. C. Dalrymple will be pres ident and general manager of the new company, Kathleen Dalrymple, vice president, Elmer Chapman (formerly of Princeton) treasurer and assistant manager, and Max Bouman secretary. 1 nil ifr-~*-~~~^, Lj&t$Sto6l& ^^^^^m^i^M^^^^Mm^M^^ iMtfis* asi*:^-.^. ammm ^w*^^^^ws^^^^^^Si5^f If "I Choose A Moyer Steel Gate Because I Because it's so simplesturdy and strong, can't see a possible place where it will wear out. It will save you time and bother. Then the maker guar antees it for 5 years against break age. And you can test it for thirty days freebefore you buy it. Better come in. Exclusive Dealers CALEY HARDWARE CO., Princeton., Minn. We Are Headquarters For Flour, Bran, Shorts, Mid4 dlings, Oil Meal and Feed at Wholesale Prices In Large or Small Lots ttiTAll Goods Delivered Free in Princeton"^ Princeton Roller Mill Co. I ftA&Afc*^*^&&'*j^^<&&vr?<^v*s^^ MADE lit ST.LOUIS.THE GARONER w.K' 'UKEQUAUED IN VALUE.YETAt HOEwnAKKT WHEN THE ROADS ARE That's the time you put your wagon to the test that tellsthe severe test. It's when you make your wagon show its real character, the stuff it is made cf. You don't want a wagon that merely looks well, for your wagon must give you service, else it is no good at all. You want a wagon that will stand up under the most trying conditions, and at the same time is neat, well finished and stylish in appearance. That's why BANNEH WAGONS Have earned so enviable a repu tation in the vehicle world. They combine just the features every buyer wants, good appearance-ygood proportiongood materialgood ironing and bracinggood wearing qualities. But, best of all, Notwithstanding the unequalled high quality of "BANNER" wagons because of the Gardner System they cost you 40 less than the ordinarily built wagons. They give you value which you will appreciate, and you will remember their wearing qualities long after you forget the price. Come in and see us to-day. We want to have a talk with you. Evens Hdw. Co. Down and Out That's wbere we will put competition if you will just give us a chance to make you prices on what building material you wish before buying elsewhere. We want your trade and we are prepared to give you everything in the shape of quality, price and treatment in order to get it. All we ask is an opportunity to "show you." So next time you want a jag of lumber or a large bill, for that matter, drop in and get our prices and see our goods. We can make it to your advantage to drive quite a bit out of your way to buy lumber here. Dry Stove Wood Delivered to Any Part of the Village. CALEY LUMBER CO. BENJAniN SOULE, Manager L. C. HUMMEL Dlr in Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard, Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Both Telephones. South Main Street Princeton, Minn. .M5 30 DAYS Trial Free CLPut up a MOYER Steel Gate. Use it 30 days Give it actual wear. Use your owa judgment as towhetheryou keep it or not. 1 1 $jj A %& *3? Wf ft A&~.