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The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, September 07, 1916, Image 3

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Buil Up You
7He PermanentJScriu'tareJbrKmrXome"
you ever stop to realize that
dollar's worth of business
you do outside of your community is for
the direct benefit of the other fellow
Not Yours?
Do Business With Your Home Bank
Farmers State Bank
Long Siding, Minnesota
No Mille Lacs County Taxpayer Can Afford
to be Without the Union
Build Your Home to Live In
Poor, cheap and carelessly made
woodwork means rattling windows,
warped doors, yawning cracks. Bet
ter build right.
Get woodwork that carries a
known trademark on every piece. Let
us show you our big Curtis catalog
every de-
sign in
Benjamin Spule, Manager.
Bank of Dalbo
Capital $10,000.00 Surplus $2,000.00
FARM LOANSWe loan money on improved and un-
improved farm lands at the lowest rates and on easy terms
for periods of three, five and ten years, with the privilege
of paying $100.00 or any multiple thereof upon the prin-
cipal on any interest paying date.
INSURANCEWe write insurance in the oldest and
most reliable companies at the lowest rates and on easy
terms, for the following classes: Fire and Lightning,
Cyclone, Tornado and Windstrom, Live Stock, Automobile,
Life and Casualty.
We Pay Five (5) Per Cent Interest
jj on Time Certificates of Deposit.
We have the facilities for properly handling your busi-
ness. Let us do a share of it. Your account especially invited.
C. E. Williams, President Louis Erickson, Vice President
C. Oscar Peterson, Vice President Thomas F. Kolsrud, Asst. Cashier
Elmer V. Erickson, Cashier.
Mr. C. H. Chadbourne left for the
state fair Monday afternoon and took
along several samples of fine cream
ery butter. He expects to capture
one or two prizes.
Last Tuesday night John Carmody's
house in Blue Hill was destroyed by
fire. We have not learned how the
fire originated or whether there was
any insurance or not.
I. S. Mudgett has threshed his
wheat and oats. He reports 20 bush
els of No. 1 hard wheat to the acre.
His oats were of a fine quality and
went 35 bushels to the acre. Mr. Mud
gett will hold his wheat until he gets
$1.25 per bushel.
The Diamond stars of Minneapolis
and the Princeton nine will play three
games on the fair grounds here on
Saturday, Sunday and Monday. If
you want to see some good ba}l play
ing you want to be present at every
game of the series.
Moses Cone met with a serious ac
cident while engaged in loading rail
road ties at Foreston last Saturday.
The end of one of the ties came in
violent contact with his left thigh and
although no bones were broken he will
be laid up for some time.
Judge Kerr is disgusted with the
chicken shooting in this vicinity. He
and Attorney Warner of St. Paul were
out all day Tuesday and only bagged
two lone chicks. Other sportsmen re
port better success. The previous day
two local nimrods bagged 29 chickens.
There has been a great deal of un
necessary talk relative to the unfor
tunate affair that occurred in the vil
lage last Friday night when Attorney
Brady was assaulted. Wait until the
case comes up for trial, then if you
know anything go on the witness
stand and testify.
Rev. W. J. Warner has accepted a
call to preach in a Chicago pulpit, and
will leave Princeton the last of the
month. Mr. Warner says he dislikes
to leave Princeton, as he has become
very much attached to its people, and
we can assure him the feeling is re
ciprocated by the denizens of this
Spencer Brook correspondence:
The prairie wolves are numerous here
and can be heard howling almost any
Unclaimed Letters.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
at the postoffice at Princeton, Minn.,
on Sept. 4, 1916:
Mr. M. A. Johnson, Mrs. Henry
Boutcher, Miss Dora Boness, Miss
Alice Smith, Mrs. Mary Saur.
Please call for advertised letters.
M. M. Briggs, P. M.
I am going to buy grain on the track
here from now on, and will pay the
highest market price. Bring in your
samples. O. L. Bye, Long Siding,
Minn. 37-tfc
There will be a very extensive ex
hibit of Delco electric lighting plants
for the farm on machinery hill at the
state fair. Do not fail to see it.
Agent for the counties of Mille
Lacs and Sherburne.
Don't Mistake the Cause of Your
Many people never suspect their
kidneys. If suffering from a lame,
weak or aching back they think that
it is only a muscular weakness when
urinary trouble sets in they think it
will soon correct itself. And so it is
with all other symptoms of kidney
disorders. That is where the danger
often lies. You should realize that
these troubles often lead to dropsy or
Bright's disease. An effective remedy
for weak or diseased kidneys is
Doan's Kidney Pills. Residents of
this vicinity are constantly testifying.
Mrs. A. Thorpe, Elk River, Minn.,
says: "I have known of Doan's Kid
ney Pills for years. They have re
lieved me of sharp, shooting pains
through my back and in my hips. There
is nothing'too good for me to say
about Doan's Kidney Pills."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedyget
Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that
Mrs. Thorpe had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
All announcements under this head are paid
for, unless otherwise stated, by the person
whose name is affixed to the announcement at
the regular transient rate of 25 cents per incli
or fraction of an inch each insertion. R. V.
Dunn, whose postoffice address is Princeton,
Minnesota, is the sole owner of this news
Paper- R. C. DUNN, Publisher.
Having filed for the county com
missionership from the First district,
I respectfully ask for the favorable
consideration of the voters.
If elected, I will endeavor to per
form the duties connected with that
office in a fair and impartial manner,
and to advance the best interests of
my constituents at all times. Your
vote will be appreciated.
Respectfully yours,
George Schmidt.
*-*-*-*-$)$-*%-Jft Sfr
St. Edwards.
Services at St. Edward's church ev
ery Sunday as follows: On the first
and third Sunday of the month, mass
at 8:30. The second mass is said at
the Greenbush church. On the sec
ond, fourth and fifth Sunday of the
month, two masses will be said: Low
mass at 8:30 high mass at 10:30.
Evening services consist of Vespers,
sermon and Benediction of the Bless
ed Sacrament. Sermon of the gospel
of the day at all the services. Ev
eryone is welcome to any of these
Rev. W. H. Jordan of Minneapolis
will occupy the pulpit Sunday morn
ing at 10:30 o'clock.
Rev. Service's theme for Sunday
evening at 7:30: "No Worse Than
Others." Everybody invited.
Special music by the choir, Mrs.
Clair Caley, musical director. Misses
Briggs, Svarry and Walker, organists.
Sunday school at 11:35 a. m., Mrs.
Ewing, superintendent.
Brotherhood class, 11:45 a. m.
Teachers' training class, 11:45 a. m.
Epworth League Sunday evening at
7 o'clock, Miss Evelyn Sausser, leader.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
7:30 o'clock.
Swedish Lutheran.
Services at Greenbush next Sunday
at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school at Princeton next
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Services at Princeton next Sunday
at 3 p. m.
The Young People's society will
meet at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Satterstrom, Thursday evening, Sept.
14, at 8 o'clock.
All are invited to attend these meet
Rev. M. Peterson, D. D., Pastor.
Christian Science.
The regular Christian ^Science les
son sermon will be read at the Armory
at 10:45 o'clock every Sunday morn
Sunday school immediately follow
Cordial invitation extended.
Divine service will be held on the
Wednesday following the third Sun
day of each month at 8 p. m., in the
Congregational church.
Rev. T. J. E. Wilson, Hinckley.
3TNotices under this head will be inserted
at one cent per word. No advertisement will
be published in this column for less than 5 cts.
FOR RENTThree furnished
rooms, down stairs. Will rent two.
Call 319 Tri-State. 38-ltc
FOR RENTFour unfurnished
rooms, fine for school girls. Inquire
at the Union office. 38-tfc
FARM FOR RENTEighty acres
one mile west of Princeton. Inquire of
H. B. Taylor. 37-2tp
FOR RENTOne room with elec
tric lights, and barn room for two
horses. C. Arnholdt, two blocks south
west of the school house. 38-tfc
WANTEDGirl who wishes to at
tend high school in Minneapolis can
have room and board with a small
family in return for light house work.
Splendid home for right party. Handy
to either South or Central high. Will
pay car fare to and from school.
Inquire at the Union office.
house, new cellar and pump, large lot,
nice shade trees in front fenced all
around. Inquire at Union office. 38-c
FOR SALEA 26x44 bean thresher
for $150. Also a good level 40 of land
for $2,000. Will consider a trade on
either for live stock or a second-hand
Ford in good condition. Roy Dunn,
Big Lake, Minn. 38-ltp
farm. Easy terms. Vacant Novem
ber 1. Call at-the Andrew Christian
son residence, summit park addition
to Princeton. 38-2tp
FOR SALESix cows, four year
lings and six calyes. All well bred.
Inquire of I. Martin, Princeton. 38-2tp
FOR SALEA registered Jersey
bull, No. .128,593, of the famous Kins
ley herd of Monona, Iowa. Price
reasonable. Mrs. J. E. Foote, Prince
ton, route 4. Tri-State phone 25-R12.
FOR SALETeam of horses, har
ness and wagon. Horse weigh about
900 each. First fair offer takes them.
Townsend Produce Co., Princeton.
FOR SALEAn Avery 816 gaso
line tractor and a triple gang plow.
This outfit is guaranteed to do satis
factory work, and unless the pur
chaser is satisfied with it after a trial
Phone T.-S. 120
no money will be demanded. Also
have two potato diggers for sale
right. F. W. Manke, Princeton.
FOR SALEAn Overland automo
bile, good as new? Also a piano, new.
Inquire of Max Young, Princeton,
Dear Ethel:"I'm discouraged try
ing to cover pimples and blackheads
with powders and paint. What can I
Dear Adeline:"Take Hoffister's
Rocky Mountain Tea'the sure but
harmless way.drives them away
from the inside, not in from the out-
side." C. A. Jack Drug Co.Advt.
Northwestern Hospital and Sanitarium
A private institution which combines all the advantages of a perfectly
equipped hospital with the quiet and comfort 6f a refined and elegant
home. Modern in every respect. No insane, contagious or other objec-
tionable cases received. New, quiet maternity rooms. Rates are as low
as the most efficient treatment and the best trained nursing will permit.
H. C. COONEY, M. D., Medical Director
FRANCES S. COONEY, Superintendent
MISS IRENE JORDAN, Registered Nurse, Supt. of Nurses.
IFyoirare thinking of building
or repairing any it will pay
you to come and see us. We can
furnish one board or a carload.
Call and Get One of Our Farm and Build
ing Books FREE.
Let Us Figure With
You on a Silo
Princeton, Minnesota
have fofs of necessary
things for the Stab/e and
When we bought our hardware we "combed" the market and found
many things no other hardware store in this city carries. This
"brushed" aside all competition. When you "fork" over your good
money to us we give you hardware that will stand hard wear. We like
to have the "light" turned on our business methods. Those who see
and price our goods buy them.
McllHargey Hdw. (SL Fixr n. Co.
I Bridges, Culverts, Foundations, Barns, Sidewalks, Paving, Driveways,
Curb and Gutter, Cement Floors.
Concrete Work of All Kinds
i If you want guaranteed first-class work let us figure with you.
See L. E. Bergman, Princeton, Minn.
p. 0 Box 78
Moneyto Loan
Liberal Amounts Lowest Rates
Prepayment Privileges
Princeton, Minnesota.
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