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TOWN CLERKS.
BcgusJBrookHenry Gustafson Princeton
BorgholmJ.B Heron Book
GreenbushChas. E Slater....: Princeton
Isle HarborSamuel Mattson......... Lawrence
SOIaoar-O.P. Shurtz Mllaoa'
VILLAGE RECORDERS.
T. Kerrlck Foreston
J. "VV. Hartman
M. M.Ring
aJS
I 2!S
Wheat, No. 1. Northern,
Rye, Oats, Buckwheat, Beans, (good)
Hay, Corn,
Potatoes,
FRATERNAL. -:-LODGE
NO. 92, A. & A. M.
Regular communications,2d and 4th
Wednesday of each month.
F. L. SMAti-, W. M.
VV. VANWORMBR, Sec'y.
Wallace T. Rines Post,
NO. 142 G. A. R.
Regular meetings first and third
Tuesday evenings, at tfiSO, each month
,in their hall over Caley's furniture
store. J, A, KELLY, Com.
Jo s. NOKES, Adit.
PRINCETON-:- LODGE,
NO. 93, K. of
Regular mtrtige very Tuesday eve
nhigat 8 o'clock.
ffi. 'B. JESMEK, C. C.
-A. A. CASWELL, K, R. & S
MILLE LACS DIVISION NO. 3
U, R. K.
Meets the first ThiiraGayof ea ca month at K.
P. hall, at 8 p. nt. G. il. STAPLES, Capt.
T. SCHEEN, KeooTfier.
CAL.L.A TEMPLE, NO. 3
Rathbone Sisters, of Princeton*
Regular meetin gs Sat and Jk-d Wednesday
evenings of eaeannon th at 7:30 in K. hall.
Mas. lidEeTT A HOWARD, M. E C.
MRS. IMOGENE SOCLE, M. df R. & C.
i t. T. M.,
TeiitlVo. 17.
Regular weekly meetings Thore-
'ft*yy8'P... in Maccabee Hall.
SHBNRT LIND, Con&.
)E. E WUITSBT, R. K.
HIVE NO- 5.
(L. O. T. M.
Regular meetings evw
MoRJaay evening in Meooa
bee'sball.
-SADIE FAIR,
MRS. HERDLISKA, R. K.
Hebron ^Encampment.
Sto. 42,1.0. O.F.
Ifi9eiiings,3ad and 4th Mondays
f6o'olockp M.
E JESMEK, E
E. SE. WHITNEY, S. W
c.J. W. GOTJXDING, Scribe.
PRINCETON LODGE
NO. 206, I. O. O. F.
Regnlar mwtiftge-every Friday evening at!7}80!' TIIAPfhi /a li
clock. ARCHIE GRANT, E I tP
G. A EATON, SI.-Sec.
DAUGHTERS O REBEKAH.
May Flower Lodge No.001,1. O. O. F. nteeta|
st and 3rd Wednesday evenings of each month
Mis AKKA SADMT, Jf. G.
Ma s. E. MARK. Ree Sec.
GEN. CUSTER CA MP NO. &9,
Sons of Veterans.
Meet every Wednesday evening, at 8 o'clock.
__ S. 3 PATTERSON, Cant.
A CLEMENT HOWARD, First Sergt.
iPKINCETOX CAMP, M. W. A.*
No. 4032.
Regular aneetings eveey seco nd and fourth.
Thursday evenings of eaeh month, at 8:00, in
rthehall ovr post office. VMiting members i
.cordially insiited.
J*- SKAHEN. V.
C. FRKB6, Clerk.
Burlington
Finest Trains on Earth from
ST. PAUL
AND
MINNEAPOLIS
TO
ST. LOUIS,
And all Southern Cities,
Electric Lljrhted and Steam Heated.
hd^M^^k^^i^i&m^
HIGKB
S
MllOR. N At.lrfnann Pnraotnn OVUUOl
MiloR N Atkinso Foresto
PrincetonP. Annis Princeton
BobbinsOlaf Johnson Vineland
South HarborA. Snow South Harbor
Princeton
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esrK!Kis'SK."Mssa S^!^fSf,rZi
PBICES OF THE
~f Praceton Holler Hills anfl Elevator.
Wheat, uer bushel $ fif
Wheat, per bushel
Corn Oats,
Chester Northway has left
going to Ohio to spend the
fhnnl
winter
n~''
Between $50 and $15 worth of
new books were added to the
Mjiaca librarO this week.
Several warm debates have taken
S6T
wyanett-oie Peterson Wyanett between the 7tn and 8th grades.
School closes to-morrow for the
.60
.83
20
RETAIL.
Ve6tal, per sack
Flour, (100 per cent) per sack
Banner, per sack
O. K.,p er sack
Ground Feed, per cw
oaree Meal, per
Middlings
Shorts, per cwt
Bran, per cwt
$1.90
'.1.80
l.
1.00
.75
TO .75
TO
.65
All goods delivered free anywhere in Princeton
PRINCETON
MarketReport
$ 00
43 20 50
1 40
a 50
23
25 to 37'
I LAKE FREMONT-
Albert Swanson has gone to the
woods with his team.
C. EL Swanson went to Minne
apolis tfhis week with a lot of tur
keysfesell.
School closes this week (Friday^
with tin entertainment the eve
ing-
Mir. Watson, of Spewcer Broelk,
was here this week looiking up or
fter for clothing whirih he orders
3ai'ec from the maafKufacturer in
Chicago. Several iparties have al
ipeady received ibis suits amsfl are
pleased with tfeena.
Leroy W. Caitfcer /came 'home
I Saturday for a Sew days' visit
I has lee ,wa\y several snonths,
a part of the tfane iat work on the^
irailroad leamiing to be a fireman
He went to St. aul again Tues
on a division on the Great West-
day and we wWhshim all success in
the undedfealkiing.
Horse sboew&g was considered!
I -almost nonsense in 'this wicinity till
ithis fall, butraowits good sense.
Messrs. Gideon and Mix Wick-!
lend left for Woseoosin 3ast week,
for a visit with tfeek (parents dur
ibhe holidays-
There is a numr ,aflat that a
Cfadstmas entertaiaiaaejart will be
gmm in school house lb. 2$ on
Tuesday evening Deoember the
B'liees the cold weatbetc For
the Just time after some eight
months the writer was able to
cross die East Branch last Sunday
without a ducking.
P
SCHOOL.
Schmidt's for the
term.
have taken
The third committee of the lit-,
erary society under the chairman
ship of Joseph Johnson will give
its program Friday.
Longer lessons has been the
general rule this week. This was
necessary in order to cover the
work assigned for this term.
No programs will be rendered by
the smaller grades Friday, as most
of the children take part in the
program to be rendered Saturday
night.
The following teachers will
spend their vacation out of town.
Misses Murdoek and Smith at
Mille Lacs lake. Misses. Lager
stroin and Harmon at their homes
in Minneapolis.
ela
froF
day moroirag m& expects to run! Minneqpolis where he will nist!e a|
job $r the winter. Mr. Leanore-
ern line as fireman. Roy says he aiux Ifaas also gone to Mim*eapdlis
hopes to ibeeome an engineer some ifc get work.
Sc ROSA,
BOGXBS. BROOK.
ChristisasB iis Ksoming.
Charles Bengman has built a
goodsubsfauadliiog-6tdble on his
ia cP. tnis tal.
Ed. Holland^has ike.pt his sawi
whizzing for few-days sawing up
tove wood for Site .neighbors.
:in
TIM.
OEEMAKY. I
Schmidt Bros, have started their
cob mill for the season.
A. C. Smith and wife called on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Libby last
week.
Mrs. Aaron Steeves has returned
from a short visit with relatives in
Minneapolis.
Miss Pearl Vinson found it
rather cold riding horseback to
and from her school and has taken
X3foo.- sm
ner aboJ 4g||frs.
remainders
of the
a
Our county superintendent vis
Mx
ite
ep,oi
weekh.0n nort
th
schoo
day last
i
districj on
Mrs. Charley Henscholl visited
with he sister, Mrs. Nokes a few
dayrse lastn week
hir
Bookove
ha
eyor for Uncle Sam.
Christmas vacation. The pupils the lake and purchased a fine team
will be given two weeks as usual.
Two new pupils, John Land, and
Mamie Yotten, entered the high
school and 8th grades respectively,
last week.
rotu,ned
S. M. Tilley came down from
of R. H. Steeves.
Little Lyndon Libby is doing
finely at present although both
legs are in the casts yet.
Messrs. Rudolph and Francis
have finished hauling their sup
plies from Fair Haven to their
stock ranch in North Germany.
Fred Steeves is fitting up for the
woods. intends to haul for the
Mudgettboys. Fred has four of
the finest horses in our neighbor
hood.
Bob Steeves had the misfortune
to dislocate his thunb by falling
from a load of hay. The accident
occurred through the breaking of
the binding pole.
Miss Louise Thoma who has
been keeping house for her broth
for several months, has returned
to her home in Maple Grove.
Rumor is Johnnie will have a new
housekeeper before long.
FRITZ.
BLUE HILL. 1
Mrs. Jas. Stevenson is still on
tlie sick list.
Mrs. Gladden expeet to leave
for Mora this wek
Chas. Hoyt lias returned from
his visit to Minneapolis.
Harry Marsh sports a bicycle and
is.one of the iriders now.
Fred Galferaith has gone to the
woods audi -obtained work near
Ansel, Miiwi
Claireiaoe Taylor as our residewit
hunter aiafl trapper, and his eagHe
eye is 'iqfe'for skunk tracks.
Miss Violet Jtmson left tfcis
ir Thornton, Iowa, wjfoepe
spend the winter with fcer
"exusim, N. Johnson.
Ge. rew left Wednesday for
IPteree ^young men who live ?in
Wiri^ht county are up hero trap
ping on our lakes and campnis:
in Ulae fFord house. They are ihavr
ing fair luck and muskrats will foe
scarce next year.
!Dhere is some person in tins or
in -B&me other town adjoining who
iis rascally enough to steal deors
and windows out of vacant bosses,
nd If
!he
AJAX.
Foreran)Near the depot in Prince
ton, tote
the month of October, a
dog k$Q overcoat. Owner will please
all.tfa?i9 office, prove property and
pay Charges.
Please Pay Us.
Those Who know themselves t be
indebted .to-us will please call in and
settle toefore Jan. 1. We want to d^ee
up our iauBiness prompMy with ithe-old
year and ll bills outstanding Jan. 1,
1900, (Will be given to an attorney for
collection.
OAK HAIX, SHOE & CLOTHING CO.
Paid Dear For His Leg.
B. D. Blanton of Thackerville, Tex.
in two years paid over $300 to doctors
to cure a running sore on his leg. Then
they wantetl to cut it offj. but cured
it with one box of Bueklente Arnica
Salve. Guaranteed cure for nii^s
25ctsaboX. Sold by C.A.Jack, Drug-
Mr. Grant in traveling through the
country this fall has found many cases
of lumpy jaw. He has a simple rem
edy which he is sure will effect a cure
if taken in time. Take 10 cents worth
of indigo, dissolve in a pint of chamber
lye for twenty-four hours open the
sore and put this on. If the swelling
is fast to the jaw work it two or three
times a day with.the thumb and finger.
PUTNAfi FADELESS
DYES
produce the fastest and brightest
colore of any known dye stuff.
9plu by
F. Q. DANIELSON.
decased
rDmh a
Us supplied
Wrywhcm.
is an excellent
table drink!
THE0. MAMM BREWING CO.
Saint Pavl, Minn.
Don't Suffer
Catarrh
and make yourself disagreeable to your
mends with badbreath whendruggists can
supply you with
DaK(BI* 9 ABSOLUTELY I
NonpareielwU1
A
pl
1
should happen t get
eaugbt'onee it might go hard with
him.
to get it and send you testi
mony or people cured. Write
BAKER DRUG CO.,
Fergus Falls, Minn.
Village Election.
Notice is hereby given to the legally qualified
voters of the village of Princeton, Minn., that
an election for the purpose of electing village
officers, will be held in the village hall of said
village, on Tuesday, January 2, 1900, between
the hours of one and four o'clock in the after
noon of said day. he following are the officers
to be elected: One President of the Village
Council three Trustees one Village Recorder
one Village Treasurer one Assessor one Jus
tice of the Peaceon Constable.
Dated Dec 12,1889.
J. W HARTMAN,
Village Recorder.
School District Notice.
Wteereas, a petition duly signed and the sig
Batwes thereto duly acknowledged, has teeen
amp presented to the board of oouutycoaunls
sioners -of Mille Lacs county, Minnesota, a
session of aid board he ld on the 27th ^av of'
Nawenibec, A 1899, asking for the foraoation'
ofianew -school district to be compose of the
following -described territory, to-wit: All of
towndhi thirty-nine (39). north, of range twen
gr-seveii (37) west of the fourth wrincipal
Now.'therefore, notice is hereby given, that a
hewing of parties interested in the matter of
^aidipatUion will he granted at the mext ses-i
sion'of said board, commencing on the.Snddav
of {January, A 1900, at the office of the
equally auditor, in the village of Princeton in
SBif county.
By' order of the board of .county eamxaission
ers. E 'EL-WfliTNBT,
OotiUB^ Auditor.
plrst Piafelicatioit Dec 2L 1S99.
ST
ATE O MINNESOTA, COUNTY O
Mille Lacsss. a Puobate Count,
special Term, Decemb er 19,1899.
In the matter of the estate of Eva J.. Boljents
deceased.
Wheris. a a instrument in writing, purporit
to be the last will and testament of Ev.a
Robertsj deceased, late of saM county, lias
been delivered, to this court and
Whereas, jr. LeToarneau iaas flled there
with his pefiftion, representing among .other
things that said Eva Roberts died in said
county, the 21st day of November, 1899, tes
tate, and that the said petitioner is the execu
tor named in said last wrill and testament and
praying that the said instrument may be ad
mitted to probate, and that letters testamen
tary be to him issued thereon:
It is ordered, that the proofs of said instru
ment, and the said petition, be heard before
tms-court, at die probate office in said county'
on the 15th day of January, A. 1900, at 10
clock in the forenoon, when all persons in
terested may appe ar tor, or eontesfe the pro
bate of said instrument.
And it is further ordered, that notice of the
time and place of said hearing be giv en to all
persohs interested, by publishing this order
once each week, for .three successive weeks
prior to said dayy of hearingr, in the Princeton
mon 5??
kl newspape printed and pub
lished at Princeton in said county.
Dated at Princeton the 19th day of Decem
ber, A 1899. the court,
M. VANALSTEIN,
[Probate Seal.] Judge of Probate.
First Publication Dec. 21,1899.
gTATE O MINNESOTA, COUNTY
Mille Lacs.ss. I Proba tMoses Court.
Special Term, December 20,1899.
matt6
na
O
MayhewF
estateo
th
On reading and filing the petition of E
Sr^if?
1 ^""strator of the estate of Moses
Mayhew. deceased, representineg among otheer
things, that he hs fully administered said es-
tna
a tim and place
pr
fixed for examining, settling and allowing the
final account of his administration, andefor the
J2fi2
&8'
S
residu ot said estat to the
parties entitled theretot
3A ii?.^ ^1 said account, be examined,
S?
1, Wyslaw.
l,l
f
the 13th day of January, A 1900, at 1 o'clock
p.M.jat the probate office in Princeton in said
county.
And it is further ordered, that notice thereof
be given to all persons interested by publish
ing a copy of this order once in each week for
three successive weelts prior to said day of
hearing, the Princeton Union, a weeklv
newspaper, printed and published at Prince
ton said county.
Dated atPrtnceton the 20th day of Decem
ber, A. 1899. the court,
gTATE O MINNESOTA. COUNTY O
Jr ,}l
^acs.ss. I Probate Court.
Special Term,'December 13,1899:
11
1 tt"? matter of the estate of Evaline A. Har-
per, deceased.
On receiving and filing the petition of Theo
dosia E Murch, of the county of Washington
representing, among other things, that Evaline
A. Harper, late of the county of Mille Lacs in
the btate of Minnesota, on the 14th da of
August, A. D. 899, at the county of Mille Lacs
died intestate, and being an inhabitant of this
county at the time of her death, leaving goods
chattels and estate within this county, and that
the said petitioner is a daughter of .said de
ceased, and praying that administration of said
estate be to her granted
it is ordered, that said petition be heard be
fore this court, on Saturday, the oth da of
January, A. D.1900, at 1 o'clock p. at the
probate office in the court house in Princeton
in said county.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given
to the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons
interested, by
publishingd
JP
AJ
Princeton tn said county.
Date1d atJPrincetony thee 18th,day of Decern-
1UM
er', AT.
S
th court
[Probate Seal.]
Sealed Bids.
Sealed bids will be received at the office of
the county auditor, at Princeton, up tol o'clock
p. M.. on Wednesday. January 8rd. 19001 for
medical and surgical attendance on the county
poor of Mille Lacs county for the year 1900. to
gether with an necessary medicines for the
sam e. All bids to be accompanied bvaeood*
and sufficient bond in the sum of five hundred
dollars (1500), conditioned for the faithful per
formance of the duties required. The board of
county commissioners reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
order of the board of county commission
ers!
E. E.WHITNEY,
County Auditor.
NOTICE!
persons holding county oiders and war
rants numbered as follows:
COUNTY REVENUE.
A897, A422, 5586, 5537. 5588, A4*i.
5540 5542, 5543, 5547. 5544. 5551,
5549, 5550, 5558, A896. A470. A451.
A480, A447. A444, 06, A448, A450,
5568, 5569, 5570. 5578, 5571, 5577.
5588, A482, A374, A448, A449, 5572,
A498, A502, A477, A504, A505, A440
A492, A521, A525, A519. A517. A524,
A480, A487, A488, A489. A490, .*518
A518, A475, A47. A500,. A507. A508,
5021, 5836, 5627, 5620, 5623, 5622
A474, A471, 5634,, 4868, A40, A483, A484, A500, 5m.
COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE.
A177, A184, A197, A192, A25S, ASJ55.
COUNTY POOR.
A410, 5585, 5548. A303, A40 5, A454, A462 A463,
A464, A465, A457, A458, A452, A453. A406, A467
A468, A469, 5574, A412, A456.
Will please present to the county treasurer,
Princeton, Minn., for payment, as interest on
above named orders and warrants will cease
thirty days from and after this date.
Dated Nov. 30th, 1699.
K. BURRELL
County Treasurer.
deceased
M. VAMfALSTEIN,
[Probate Seal.] Judge of Probate,
First publication Dec. 14,1899.
5589, 5541,
5545, 5558,
A478, A470
A439, A491,
5575, 5576,
A309, A499,
A473, A503,
A495, A485.
A494. A528,
A509, 5619,
5624, A516,
First Publication Nov. 30, 1899.
ST
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te
aiM A Ifyyourdruggistcannot sup-
UlirB
ATE O MINNESOTA, COUNTY O
Mille Lacs.ss. I Proba te Court.
Special Term, November 25,1899.
In the matter of the estate of Charles H.
Young, deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Swan S.
Petterson, administrator of the estate of
Charles H. Young, deceased,representing among
other things, that he has fully administered
said estate, and praying that a time and place
be fixed for examining, settling and allowing
the final account of his administration, and for
the assignment of the residue of said estate to
the parties entitled thereto by law.
It is ordered, that said account be examined,
and petition heard by this court, on Saturday
the 28d day of December A. 1899, at 10 o'clock
A. M., at the probate office in Princeton, in said
county,.
And it is further ordered, that notice thereof
be given to all persons interested by publish
ing a copy of this order once in each week for
three successive weeks prior to said dajL of
hearing, in the Princeton Union, a weekly
newspaper, printed and published at Princeton
in said county.
Dated at Princetm the 25th day of November.
A. D. 1899. the court.
B- M. VANALSTEM?,,
[Probate Seal.] Judge of Probate.
CfrAs. KEITH,
Attorney for Administrator.
First Publication De6, Si, 1899.
ST
ATE O MINNESOTA, COUNTY O
Mille Lacs.ss. JSi Pfobate Court.
Special Term, Decem'beJr 18th, 1899.
In the matter of 1*e estate of George W
Taylor "deceased.
O reading and filing the petition of Matthew
F. Taylor, executor, setting forth the amount
of ipersonal estate that has co me into his hands
the disposition thereof, and how much remains
undisposed of the amount of debts outstand
ing against said deceased, as far as the same
cati be ascertained the legacies unpaid, and a
description f all the real estate, excepting the
homestead, of which said deceased di ed sei2ed
and the condition and valuefof the respective
portions or lots thereof the persons interested
in said estate, with their residences, and pray
ing that license be to him granted to sell all
said real estate. And it appearing, by said
petition, that it would be for the best interests
of the estate of said decedent ami of all persons
interested therein to sell all of said real estate:
I is therefore ordered, that all persons in
terested in said estate, apoe ar before this
court, on Monday the 15th day of January, 1900,
at 10 clock A.M., at the court house in Prince
ton in said county, then and there to show
cause (if any there be) why license should not
be granted to said Jilatthew Taylor, exeeutor
to sell all said real estate of said deceased.
And it is further ordered, that this order
shall be published once in each week for three
successive weeks prior to said day of hearing
in the Princeton Union, a weeklv newspap er
printed and published at Princeton in said
county.
^tedat Princeton the 18th day of December,
A. D. 1899. theMcourt,
rn x.
VANALSTEIN,
[Probate Seal.] Judge of Probate.
CHAS. KEITH.
Attorney for Executor.
First publication
S
TA O
Dec,. 14,189N9 MINNESOTACOUT O
Mille Lacs.ss. I Probate Court.
Special Term, Dec. 13,1899.
In the matter of the estate of Ephriam C.
Gile, deceased.
0 reading and filing the petition of Theresa
b. Gile, administratrix, setting forth the
amount of personal estate that has co me into
her hands, the disposition thereof, and ho
much remains undisposed of: the amount of
debts outstanding against said deceased, as far
La
55S2Si
ascertainedw
ca
sam
the legacies unpaid, and a descrip
tion^ of all the real estate, excepting
the homestead, of which said deceased died
seized, and the condition and value of the re
spective portions or lots thereof the persons
interested in said estate, with their residences'
and praying that license be to her granted to
sell the northwest quarter of the south
west quarter of section 1
ship 86, range o W
""W Minnesota0^ And^"ntlot
Mi
appearing by said petition that there is not
sufficient personal estate in the hands of sS
administratrix to pay said debtsv, thdescribeed legats
or expens es of administration, and thaf nil
necessary for the payment of such
debtsA leea.
rea! esUte^
abo
Se
&
th
1186
8
0
It is therefore ordered, that all persons in
terestedoir estate appear before this court
S5
6t
asaid
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9
to said
county
a
be?aAeDaj55!ncet011'
court on Saturday
!d
'J8Sff^
MINNESOTACOUT O
O Miiie Lacs^-ss. I Proba te
Special Term, Dec. 18,1899.e
to8eftSS5POf
January.
ministration.
licens
shou W
o'clock p. M., at the court house in
Princeton in said county, then and there to
6
th
S^m
i ft
2SS S
rante
5-^
administratrixDccemsell
the above named real estate.
i?J^iWSP
to
.eredPrinceton^nPsatdr
ord that this orde
shall be published once in each week for three
successive weeks prior to said day of hearing
in the^Princeton Union, a weekly newsnapeV
a
da
pub,ishe
13t
th
the court,
Pmh
Proba te Seal.]
I rCourt
a
matter
M. Bullis,
tneesWt
On reading and filing the petition of John W
Goulding setting forth the amount of persona
estate that has come into his hands^^?dteno.
sition thereof, and how much remains imdl
posed of ^the amount of debts outatandlur
against said deceased, as far as the same can
be ascertained: the legacies unpaid, and! de
scription of all the real estate exceniw ?&
homestead, of which said decease! dug&*
andtheconditionand value of the^m^Se
portions or lots thereof: the persons inter^tJd
that license be to im granted^to 8nli aii %t
said real estate at private sate And it aid
ing, by said petition, that there is not sufficient
personal estate in the hands of said John
Goulding to pay said debts, the legacies or ex
penses of administration, and th a1t it is ce s
sary for the payment of such debts legacies or
expenses, tr sell orfe real estate-
ftliL
a1
i
efpre
cause (if any there be)
this order once in
eaeh week fora three successive weeks prior to
saidkdayl owf8hearing, in the Princeton Union a
S
Pante and published at
Personnse in
,re dsaidt
ha
i
ie
ialdl
terested in said estate, appear before this
court, on Monday, the 8th' dayof January, 1900
J 1Q o'clock A. M., at the court in Prince
ton said county, then anhhouse
publisher
**g&&
there to show
whsuc
license should not
be granted to said Jolin W Goulding to sel
much of the rea
estatet
smsssr7"lpay
*sasws5ldo
of said deceased as
a
successive weeks prio to said da of
in the Princeton Won, a weeWv newlnaMr
an
SMSS
ber. A. D. 1899.
B. M. VANALSTKIN,
Judge of Probate.
Dated at Princeton the 13th day of Decern-
the court,
B. M. VANAxSTEni,
[Probate Seal.]
~?&a&xmwmami*aBwm&mmtE&>
!"W'
nat
3
First publication Nov. lfl,e1898.t
Kotice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Dee
re
madlnhecon
ha
defaul
W
ili'iSS.8,,
FebruarmortgageDA.yfo
indenture
l^JSL^
he Sft.*
1
1894, executed and delivered by N G. Dunninir
JK?SS.Vfl
ate ^'Minnesota, mortga
gors, unto G. G. Ohamberlin of the county of
BennepinjHid State of Minnesota mortgagee
whereby the said mortgagors did baSnrfeU
grant and convey unto the said mortraeee
his heirs and assigns, all that tract or parcel
of land lying and being in the county of Mille
Lacs and State of Minnesota, described asfol
lows, to-wit:
Lot three (3) outlots in Bridgeman town
site, according to the recorded plat thereof in
the registry of deeds, being the office of the
register of deeds of said Mille Lacs county
with the tenements, hereditaments, and ap
purtenances, to secure the payment of the sum
pf two hundred and ten (210) dollars, accord
ing to the conditions of one certain promissory
note bearing even date with said mortgage for
the sum of two hundred and ten (210) dollars,
and payable in two years from date thereof'
with interest thereon at the rate of ten per
cent, per annum made by said N G. Dunning
and Mary Dunning to said G. G. Chamberlin
or order and which said mortgage was duly
recorded in the office of the register of deeds
for said county of Mille Lacs on the 9th day of
February 1804, at 4 o'clock and 30 minutes in
the afternoon of said day, in book *'G" of
mortgages, on pages 808-and 309 and whereas,
afterwards on the 3d day of January A D.
1899, by an instrument in writing of that date
duly executed, acknowledged, and delivered,
the said G. G.'Chamberlin dulv assigned and
transferred the said note and mortgage to the
undersigned Henry Habighorst who is now the
owner and holder thereof, which said instru
ment of assignment was afterwards duly re
corded the said register of deeds'office on
the 15th day of August A 1899, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, in book "L" of
mortgages at pages 123 and 124. And there is
claimed to be due and is now due upon the said
mortgage at this date, for principal and inter
est, the sum of three hundred and thirty and
75-100 (330.75) dollars, and the sum of twenty
five (25) dollars for attorney's fees being
allowed by the terms of said mortgage, and
the total amount so due at this date, for
principal, interest, and attorney's fees being
the sum of three hundred and fifty-five and
75-100 (355.75) dollars, and no suit or proceed
ing having been instituted at law or otherwise
to recover the debt so remaining secured by the
said mortgage, or any part thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that
by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage
contained, and pursuant to the statute in such
case made and provided, the said mortgage will
be foreclosed by sale of the said mortgaged
premises, and the said mortgaged premises
hereinabove described will be sold by the
sheriff of said county of Mille Lacs at public
auction, to the highest bidder therefor, for
cash, at the front door of the court house in
Princeton in said Mille Lacs county, on the 29th,
day of December 1899, at two o'clock in the af
ternoon of said day. to satisfy the amount th$in
shall then be due on the said note and moist-
gage, including said attorney's fees, withi aUi
legal costs and disbursements.
HENRY HABIGHORST-..
Assignee of Mortgagee
BtiRteENT & MOORE,
Attorneys for Assignee of Mortgagee.
Dated at St Paul. Minn., November.-9.tfc. 1899
First Publication Nov. 16.1S99...
Summons.
STATE 01^ MINNESOTA,
County of Mille Lacs.
District Court, Seventh JndicialiDistricti
Grace H. Hendricks. Plaintiff, 1
vs.
William Ogden and narrlet, M. Ogden,
Defendants.
The State Minnesota to the above named
defendants:
You and each of you, are hereby summoned
and required to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is
on file tn the office of the clerMiOfi the said court,
at his e&tce, at the village of Princeton, Mille
Lacs cwroty, Minnesota, and to serve a copy
of vow answer to said complaint on the sub
scriber, at his ofnee, in the City off St. Paul, in
the county of Ramsey, State of Minnesota,
within twenty days after the service of this
summons upon you exclusive of the day of
such service: and if you fail to answer the said
complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will apply to the court for. the
relief in her complaint demanded.
Dated 1899.
CHARLES BECHHOEFER
Cor. Fourth and BobS'sS'Na?S?
Ba nk Bldg., St Paul, Minn
chattels and estate wifhln tK'i
A
Am
First Publication Nov 30 1899
gTATE O MINESOTA. OUTY O
Lacs s sN lnProbateC CourNt
Special Term. November 24th. 1899
In the matter of the estate of Albert
Patten, deceased
gooas
eavin
of said estate betSWp^ administration
t0xP"^f
tn%L
that notice thereof be sivpn
Novem
dayo
34t
tU
be?A Vl899
riDCet0
By the court,
JProbate Seal.]
^^SgSggB.^
First Publication Nov. 30 1899
S
iTifT^
MINNESOTA. COUNTY
a
Mille Lacs.-In Probatee Courtf
Cbnr-FO
Ann
theCStat
Order for hearing petition
for letters of ad-
AJZJFS wading andf filing petitioan of An- the towth of Milac count
of Mille Lacs annda State of Minnp^ntao!n
S2LV
An
Chariotte ErS
eP hl
lately died intestate a residentf and inhabitant
Stated US?'
MUle Lacsand
C(
Unt
state of Minnesota leaving goods chattels and
estate within this county, and pravine thltan
administration of her estate be to the
drew G. Erickson granted:
aMno-
jn
ter
M. VANALSTEIN.
Judg
Pr Date
FirsF Publication Dec,. 14,189N9
E
S
It is ordered, that said petition
aW Inn A
byeohpard da Decernn*
special term.of this court tt be hel at the
court housein ths villaghe^o,^ Princeton in said
bT
DerS. 1899 at 10 clock the forenoon- and thnr
h hearing
bge this
tHl
ef by publishin apVrsSnst least
Dated at Princeton this 39th day of Novem
uei the Court,
rProh-LtP pai 1
Iobate Sea
SL^mJ'*
-VANAI^TEIN,
Judg
If. V. MERCER,
Attorney for Petitioner
Minneapolis, Mjnn
08
88
pro^
FirstF Publication Ndt. 30.1899
S
M?T
MINNESOTA COUNTY OF
O
I Probate Court^
Special Term, November 25taht 1899
HuntSLSff
T?Unt'
Samuel
dcaseds,t
late of the county
th
Letter of administratiotf on the estate nf
ofamnnls
whic
der
all persons having
i
f oS
thi
clai ms or demands against the said deoaaSS
are required to file the same in theTnroK
court of said county, for examination and fu
lowance, orb forever barred.
It is further ordered, that the Twentv-ninM,
day of May 1900, at 10 o'clock A M., at asSSS
term of said probate court, to be held i thi
probate office in the court house in theviilael
of Princeton in said county, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and place whn
and where the said probate court will exami nee
and adiust said claims and demands
xamm
And it is further ordered, that notice of such
hearing be given to all creditors and period
tni
be?*S.
a
Judge of Probate.
^Sufe'ok kBS^S^\^Md-U6 ^'fe^ii^l&^wfi.a'-c
25'b day of XoAm-
Princeto
the court.
TProbate !#ai 1
H*rouate seal.]
V^ALSTBIS,
Juag
Probate

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