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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1890

fe MILACAZJEPHYRS. MILACA, Oct. 15, 1890. It has now become necessary for our town commissioners to con-cities, eider the matter of selecting a cem etery. We are sorry to say this. It has been put off from time to time but must be attended to now. The contract for the erection of our school house was let to Dun ning and Price, of Foreston* Con sideration, $980.50. It is to bethe completed by Dec. 1st. The build ing will he -26x50 and two stories, but only one story will be com pleted this fall. Mr, Wm. Higgins returned home Saturday morning. Your readers will recollect he was very severely hurt about six weeks ago, whileloadinglogsat Ground House. He was cared for at the Sisters Hospital, St. Cloud. He gives the hospital a good name. Dr. Ram sey, of St Cloud, attended him. We beg to call the attention of our road overseer to thework done in the slough just beyond the church. What is the use of throw ing money away in such work? The town supervisors had better look into the matter an...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 October 1890

jw& CORRESPONDENTS: of New Yoilv The Choicest aud Rarest Perfumes A specialty made on the newest and best Per nme* th it can be purchased in the leading whole tale irkets The Finet Cigars that can be found anywhere 10- and 5s of the best quality Smokers, oust try them Toilet Articles Including fine toilet caBes tooth br i-hes, hau brushes, combs of all styles and kinds Toilet Sonp including the standard brands and e\eiy other known vanetj C. FELT, NOTARY PUBLIC. FRANK HENSE, Pres't, CHAS. ERJOKSON, Vioe Pnes't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed, on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. Germama Bank, of St Paul, Hanover National Bank, The Pioneer Drug Store ^ALWAYS* ^ATTTHETMTWTTHETMUINN- School Supplies till you*- O* A cJ.o.OJ&., Princeton, Minnesota. The 5 Citv S tore, WM. MeCUAIG, Prop., Main Street, Princeton. EVERYTH...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 October 1890

SAILORS'! FEIEND. A SECOND IDA LEWIS DIANA. IN 1N- MIHS Harriet tolfat, Urn Urine-Krtctl I.Htie VcdniMi Vhi for Thi.ty Years Ha* IVrforuied tlie Duties or lash Keeper tit Michigan City. \Vhj\t sailor on the lower lakes does, not know tho Michigan City lighU and how manv times during1 the past quarter of 11 century has tho mariner's heart been relieved of its burden of care when the steady glow from the b%MCor light caught his vigilant eye and he de sail for the harbor that promised him shelter from the threat ening storm? For nearly thirty year3 this warning1 aignal has been under the care of a woman who in fair or foul weather -during all this time has never once neglected the duty imposed on her in 18(51, when 6he was appointed light keeper at this port through the in fluence of her cousin, Schuyler Colfax, afterward Vice Presideut of the United States. At that time Miss Harriet A Colfax was a pie isant-faced young woman of twenty-five, with soft, light brown hair and jjr'r trustf...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 October 1890

LIGHTING THE FIRE IN WINTER. An' then the room jjets good an' warm, the tleatnrtn tu bilo. An' roomer potteiadown the stairs un'stan'n an* yawns awhile And PPZ "Now, pnn, jou go an' rouse thorn nleepv bo\ ours for it's snowin' and they's lots to do beside the inoniini: chores An' then she bieslios up the hearth with that old turkey wins, An' stoops and pulls her sfeocfcm's up an' tie 'em with a strincr. An' Towser yawns an" stretches out an' acts a little shyer, When I git up o' mormn fer to light the kitchen tire An' when the boys como trompm' in, an sorousro nronnd an' spat An' kick, the dog and poke the fire an' set down on the cut, The coffee-pot's biled over an' the biscuit's steaming hot. An' mother sa\s, "Fetch up the cheers," an' pours the coffee out My cup 1 uns over wit'-i a joy the rest don't know about, Fer the ble^in'p of tho Lord to nie's a daily drntvin' Higher When I get un o' raornin's fee to light the kitchen fire. Edward S Hopkins ON APPROVAL. WSAe *%m on earth yy...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 October 1890

"If it* II i 9. I I i PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. IWMM&MW&SM'T JtJf ^Q&iTiGS* TEZRIMIS, $2.00 3=ez "2"ear. DlWN, EDITOK AND I*ROPRIETOT OFPICS OVER fflES' STORE, HAIN ST, PZUNtmTON, MIJSN OCT 23, 1890 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, WILLIAM R. MERRIAM. For Liout-Governor, GIDEON S. IVES. For Secretary of State, FREDERICK BROWN. For State Ti easurer, JOSEPH BOBLETER. For Stato Auditor, PETER J. McGUIRE. For Attoi ney General, MOSES E. CLAPP. For Clerk Supiomc Court, CHARLES P. HOLCOMB. For CongressFifth Distiict, SOLOMON COMSTOCK. Leg illative. Foi State Senatori6th District, J. C. FLYNN. For Ropi esentatives46th District. A. J. HALSTED, R. WISE, I. W BOTTCK, R. C. DUNN. County Ticket. (Whoever you please.) I. Amendment to ai tide one (1) of the constitution pi o\ lding for five-sixth (5-6) jmy verdict civil actions. YesNo. II For repeal of act of 1887 relating to the taxation of 1 ailroad companies. YesNo KNUTE NELSON is. all right. REPUBLICANS, stand by ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 October 1890

Great Northern Railway. NORTH BOUND. Ex Sun ..Leave Louv Leave Leav%? Arrive &t Paul Minneapolis Princeton.. Milaca Duluth. Dnluih Milaca Princeton Hinnonpolis St Paul I Dally 0 8 0P 11 15 1 27A at 2 00 7.80 U00 4 80 6 07 6 80 A0 00 SOUTH BOUND Leave Lene Lea\ Letvve Airi\e 12 20 8 45 4 08 5 50 6 20 10 45 8 85 A M. 4 10 6'40 7-10 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. T$. Railway. GOING EAST. Toreston. Le 8 20A I Milacn Milaca 848 I ^preston GOING WEST. Le 8 4 5P 4 05 Attention* G. A. K. Regular meetinss the Wallace Rines Post A No 142, will be held on the 1st and Jr Tuesdajsof each month, their hull, over Caley'e kwareroonib, Trmceton, Minn PUINBAS GATES, Commander JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A & A Regular communications, second ednesday of eich month Thtrewillhe special communications of Fra ternnl lodge No WA &A on the 1st and 8rd baturdaj e\enings of each month Wax CORDINEB, W M. CHAS A DICKEY, Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET. WHEATNo 1 hard 04c, No 1 Nort...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 October 1890

T/i Pffe ssf- ?$. H4*r if I .1 &, I mf\*as Princeton Union. R.C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. A BAXK in Springfield, Mass., re cently received ior collection a draft from Chicago up on a large corpoi* ation ior five cents. THK fact that there were 17,000 o/.is introduced during the la st ses sion ofcongress provokes the remark irom the Washington Post that hero was considerable more billing han cooing in that body. FREDERIC DUBOIS, who is likely to be chosen to the United States senate from Idaho, will be the young est member of that body. is only 39 and graduated at Yale in i 8 72. EMPEHOR WILLIAM has declared to ix newspaper man that the dream of his life is to establish universal peace. His waking hours are devoted to in creasing the strength and efficiency of the German army. GEN. E KIRBY SMITH is a great sufferer from cancer and is now iu New Orleans undergoing treatment. He is president of the Sewanee col lege, Tennessee, and unless he obtains relief m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 October 1890

i i rtwt* htrv JERUSALEM VISITED More of What Dr. Talmage Saw in and About tlie Holy City. A Review of Its History and Prognostications as to Its Future. BitooKiiYU, Special.Dr. Talma** spnksaa follows from the text: "If I forget thee 0 Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cun- ning." Pniilm oxx.wii., 5. Paralysis of his best hand, the withering of its TmiBclen and nerves, is here invoked if the author allows to pass out of mind the jjrandourn of the Holy City where once he dwelt. Jeremiah, seated by the river Eu phrates, wrote thin psalm and not David. Afraid I am of anything that approaches im precation, and yet 1 can understand how any ore who has ever been at' Jerusalem should, in entliusiam of soul cry out, wheth er ho be sitting by th Euphrates, or the Hud son or the Thames. "Ii 1 lorget thee, 0 Jeru salem, may my right hand forget her cun- ning!" You see, it is a city unlike nil others for topography, tor history., (or significance, lor style of population, or ,vatc works,...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 October 1890

fi PSP MILACA ZEPHYRS MILACA, Oct. 20, 1890. Mr. Baxter has one of the nicest little houses in town, D. B. Kollins will haul his logs into Skunk Brook this winter. John Goss will probably have two camps this year, one on Mike Drew and one on Bradbury. R. Burch will haul into Sullivan lake and these logs will go to Min neapolis via the Mississippi. A. K, Trask is negotiating with Merriman, Barrows & Co., for their remaining timber on Pine River. The Ladies' Sewing circle will meet next Wednesday in the chinch parlors. All the ladies of the congregation are invited to be present. Mr. Uri. Tower who has been clerking in the Millc Lacs Lumber Co'b. store left for his home in Whitehall, Mich. He -V A ill vibit friends in St. Paul and Minneapo lis tor a few days. We notice Avith pleasure the card signed by some of Princeton's, most prominent men, in regard to the office of school superintendent, and with all due respect for the new applicant for this office, we are glad that Mrs. Bark...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 October 1890

.CORRESPONDENTS of New York. r" The Choicest aud Rarest Perfumes. A specialty made on the newest and best Per fumes that can be purchased in the leading whole sale markets. The Finest Cigars that can be found anywhere. 10s and 5s of the best quality. Smokers, just try them. Toilet Articles, including fine toilet cases, tooth brushes, hair brushes, combs of all styles and jEtnds. Toilet Soaps, including the standard brands and every other known variety. Princeton, Main Street, s'f\. Q, PELT, NOTARY PUBLIC. FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. PETTERSON, Cashier*. Mili Lacs Count Bank -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. Commercial Hotel, Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From anfl To all Trains, SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel is First-C lass in all Its a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 October 1890

vfr sk. 1 AVTm KIDD'S MILLIONS. STORV OFTH?"MONEY HOL E" ON THE KENNEBEC. Kir Generations Peopla lino Been I)I ,'^lu,'Tlioro lor (HoldBut Tiicy Hate Aot Found It on Tli.n $50,000 Spent by the Treasure SojKxr- Aboat six miles south of Gardiner bridge. Me., are a sories of ravines extending from the Konnebec river eastward for a quarter of a mile. Here al&o years ago was a creek of consid erable depth, in which the tide ebbed -and flowed and several tributary brooks emptied, time has nearly obliterated tue brooks and the croek is now but a small affair. Here to the southward of one of these brooks, and about fifty rod* from the river, men for nearly a wntury have boon periodically digging for buried treasures, and the place nas long boon known as the "Money Hole," and the operators as "Money Diggers." Learning" th.it they were lately at work there, your correspondent visited the place in seaivh of an "item," only to find the workmen gone but from reli able residents in the immedia...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 October 1890

if^V THE WOliFSFAKGS. Paul and I were twin brother gen tlemen by birth, sine our father was A Polish count, who has boon deprived of his estates in connection with events of 1863, and Englishmen by breeding after the death of pur father, when we were quite children, we two had been brought up out of charity by a countryman, who taught dancing1 and lived in a shabby London street. As time went on, I earned my four guine is a week as a violinist but my brother, Paul Bolskoi, became the darling of societyfirst, perhaps bo cause he had the most beautiful voice in all the world next, because he was the very handsomest man 1 ever iw. "I've seen her at last, Louis," said my brother one night to me ,4the woman Pve been longing for and dreaming of all my life and I'm about to become a teacher of singing," he added, with a laugh. "You wouldn't wonder, Louis, if you saw my pupil," and he took from his pocket-book a photograph. It was the portrait of a beautiful wo mana fair woman, with a hard ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 October 1890

t. jr^ 1 M\ PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVEUY THURSDAY. -J :& TEDRJivdlS, $2.00 IFer "STear. R. C. DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIKTOT. OFFICE OVER HIKES' STOKE, KAIN ST, PKINUETON, MIJSN., OCT. 30, 1890.Wing REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, WILLIAM R. MERRIAM. For Lieut-Governor, GIDEON S. IVES. For Secretary of State, FREDERICK P. BROWN. For State Treasurer, JOSEPH BOBLETER. For State Auditor, PETER J. McGUIRE. For Attorney General, MOSES E. CLAPP. For Clerk of Supreme Court, CHARLES P. HOLCOMB. For CongressFifth District, SOLOMON G. COMSTOCK. Legislative. For State Senator46th District, J. C. FLYNN. For Representatives46th District. R. C. DUNN. A. J. HALSTED, I. W. BOUCK, R. R. WISE, County Ticket. (Whoever you please.) I. Amendment to article one (1) of constitution providing for five-sixth (5-6) jury verdict in civil actions. No. II. For repeal of act of 1887 relating to the taxation of railroad companies. YesNo EEAD HON. Knute Nelson's speech. J. C. FLYNN is a friend of "the little...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 October 1890

$.4 ft, life Great Northern Railway. NOUTU BOUND Ex Sun St Panl ..Leave Minneipolis Leav Princeton Milaca Duluth JOSEPH NOKKS, Adjt Dally. 0 80 P.M. 11 15 1-87 A S 00 7.80 4 OOP 420 6 07 6 80 xO.OO .Leave Leavt* Arrive SOUTH BOUND Leave Len\ Leave Leave Arrive Duluth.. Milaca Princeton Minneapolis St Paul 12-20 3 45 4 08 6 50 6 20 10.45P 8 86 A 4 10 6 40 7 10 St. Cloud & Hinokley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOINO EAST^ GOING WK8T. Foreeton. Le 8 20A I Milaca ...te 8 455p"M Milaca.. 8 43 I Foreeto 4 0 Attention, G. A. Regular meetings of the Wallace Rinee Post, A No 142, will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month to their hnll, over Caley'e kvvarerooms, Princeton Minn PniNE AS GATE8, Commander FRATERNAL. IiODGE, No. 92, A. & A. M. Regular communications, second Wednesday of each month. There will be special communications of Pra temal lodge No 92 A & A on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month Wai CORDINER, W M. CHAS A DICKEY, Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 October 1890

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, PubliBher.gj P^ Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. A BANK in SpringPreld, Mass., re- cently received lor collection a draft from Chicago upon a large corpor- ation ior five cents. THE fact that there were 17,000 Llils introduced during the last ses- sion of congress provokes the remark irom the Washington Post that there was considerable more billing than cooing in that body. FREDERICK DUBOIS, who is likely to be chosen the United States senate from Idaho, wiH be theyoung- est member of that body. is only 39, and graduated a Yale in 1872. EMPEROR WILLIAM has declared to a newspaper man that the dream of his life is to establish univers al peace. His waking hours are devoted in creasing the strength and efficiency of the German army. 1 GEX. E KIRBY SMITH is a great sufferer from cancer and is now in New Orleans undergoing treatment. is preside nt of the Sewanee col- lege, Tennessee^ and unless he obtains relief may be forced resign his po sition. A Lake...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 October 1890

THOSE HOLY HILLS. Dr. Talmage Continues His StoryAboutWli at He Saw in Jerusalem. He Stops atthePlaceWhere the Mau was Relieved by the Good Samaritan* BROOKLYN, N. S-., Special.The wide spread and absorbing interest in Dr. Tal tnage's course of sermons on tho Holy Land and adjoining countries is demonstrated by the thousands who are turned away from thp doors of the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Sunday mornings and from the Christian Herald Rervices in tho New York Academy of Music OR Sunday evenings, un able to gain even standing room in those im mense auditoriums. To-day the fourth ser mon of the series was preached a-s before, in this city in the morning. Having an nounced as his teott Luko x., 30. "A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho," Dr. Talmage said: It is the morning of Dec. in Jerusalem and we take stirrups for the road along which the wayfarer of old fell among thieves who left him wounded and half dead. JOD'B picture of the horse in the Orient as having neck ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 October 1890

\i i, v mmm 1 SPENCER BROOK ITEMS, SPENCER BROOK, Oct. 28, 1890. The town board meetb to-dtty for the registration of vpters., $.* The Clough barn is fully en dowed and the shingling half done Tuesday night. James Watson, brother-in-law to Walker Bros, was in town Satur day and left for home Monday. Politicians are commencing to hiibtle. They all appear 'to be a little suspicious as to the outcome. Walker Bros, will ship a car load of hogs after election if the Democrats win. If not they will emigrate to Alaska. A teachers institute is* in pro gress at Cambridge all of this week. Quite a number from the Brook are in attendance. Jason, Frank and John Chap man left for Ohio, last Thursday, so as to reach home in time to beat the Democrats and themselves. Buy your condition powders of W. A. Smith, put up in bulk and warranted to make your old plugs run away and smash up a hundred dollar buggy every day. The neighbors of F, Ellingwood turned out last Monday and shucked his field of corn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 November 1890

ORRESP ONDENTS: of New York. The Choicest and Rarest Perfumes. A specialtyn fame1* FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cl Mille Lacs County Bank Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBERT, Prop. -OF- Frce 'Bus From ana ft all Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel is First Class mall Its ap pointments, and the Aim of the inagement Is to make the Guests Comfortable. When you visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON. MINN. MRS. 0, R. BARKER Proprietor. PRINOETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made Improved Farms and Approved Security. made on the and Per that ca be puichasednewest in the leadinbest whole sale markets The Pinet Cigars that can be found anywhere 10s- und 5s of the best quality. Snxokeis, just try them Toilet Articles, Including fine toilet cnses, tooth brushes, hair brashes, c...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 November 1890

te kv ?J. VJi*,v^ i 'TJT .s^s^r1 $cfV^| i *S SITKA'S BUSSIAN RELICS AND AN HIS- TORIC RUSSIAN GHOST. iftallnesa and Decay Uador liuarlcau Rule-Vrhli Season's Army of Explorers and Solon tista In the Alaskan BoRlonsr Tho Crook Church. Sitka clings fondly to every relic of Russian ru o, and the days when the double-headed eagle protected it were the goldeu, good old days to which the oldest inhabitants feelingly revert Traditions, romances, ghosts and fine tragedies of living have descended ir om that time, and with their Musco vite flavors are eagerly accepted by visitors and newcomers. American irule has added nothing of that kind, dulness, neglect, misrule and decay having been its portion since it be -camo United States territory. The chief attraction of the old castle is the regulation ghost which it claims, and as no one wants to discredit or do away with the idea that the swish of ghostly garments can be he ird at mid night and blood-curdling sighs and shrieks from the floating...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 November 1890

1 THE FARMING WORLD. 1 PRACTICAL INTEREST O AGRICULTURISTS. Io Incnbator Now LiToly IndustryOne of the Profits of Keeping SheepHarnesses Should Be Mado to Fit Horses Brief Notes, Etc. Maohlno-Balsct Chickens. In the New York Tribune P. H. Jacobs gives a detailed account of the raising of chickens by iucubators at Hamraonton. N. J. There are eighteen establishments (seven run by women) with total capacity of over 80,000 chicks every ten weeks, besides numer ous smaller ones of 200 to 400 each. The buildings are an incubator bouse 16x16 feet, of rough boards, lined in side with building paper, and a brood attached seventy-two feet long, for 1.400 chickens, 100 to an apartment. Various patent incubators are used, with success, and also a home-made one operated with hot water. Each brooder section has a "mother"a table one yard square on adjustable legs, with a curtain about it cut in strips, and is heated by hot-water pipes under the floor in a pipe-box, which supplies pure warm water....

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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