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THE COMFORTABLE WAY
GOING SOUTH GOING NORTH
7 :30 a. Sandstone 8:35 p. m.
Brook Park 8:00
Mora 7 :20
Bock 6 :50
Lone- Siding (f) 6 -03
Princeton 5 :55
Zimmerman 5 :35
Elk River 5 :12
9:10 S-25 9:38 9:55
10:10 10 22
10:42 11-02 11 25
12 -52 p.
1:25 St. Paul
I ST.E CLOUD TRAINS.
WS GOING EAST
Milaca 6:30 p.m.
St. Cloud .5:00
W AY FREIGHT.
GOING SOUTH I GOING NORTH
Daily, ex. Sun Daily, ex. Sun.
:30 a% Milaca 2:10 p. m.
9:30 Princeton 1:00
10.30 Elk River 10:30
3 -00 Anoka 8:00
Any information regarding sleeping:
cars or connections will be furnished at
any time by J. W. MOSSMAN,
Ajrent, Princeton, Minn.
MILLE LACS COUNTY
Bosrus BrookA. ,1 Franzen....Route 2, Milaca
rsfholmC. W. Sorensen K. 1, Milaca
BaileyH. A Staar Onamia
Kaat SideO. C. Anderson Opstead
GreenbuahOscar Erickson R. 1, Foreston
HaylandC. W. Wilis Milaca
llf HarborSam Mairaw Wahkon
MilacaHarvey Sandholm R. 2, Milaca
MiloO. B. Kesler R. 1, Foreston
MudgettArthur Millam Milaca
OnamiaG H. Carr Onamia
PageThore Lmdbeig Star R., Milaca
PrincetonAlbert Kuhfield R. 2, Princeton
KathioC. C. Kelty Garrison
South HarborF. W. Miller Cove
Clifton Cravens Princeton
O. L. Palmquist Milaca
Sylvan Sheets Foreston
A. B. Phelps Onamia
C. M. Halgren Wahkon
Ralph Munson Isle
BaldwinWarren Antrstman R. 1, Zimmerman
Blue HillM. B. Mattson Princeton
1 ivtmiaA W Pei man Zimmermari-
SantiagoB H. Stacey Clear Lake
GlendoradoH. W. Magnus R. 4, Foley
htaittonl Wm Oonklm R. 3, Cambridge
DalboVictor Hohn R. 2, Princeton
StanfordJohn Hass R. 2, Bethel
Spring ValeJ. W. Westerberg..R.5, Cambridge
Stance- Bruok() W.Blomquist, K. 3, Princeton
Wyane+tEmanuel Lundgren....R. 2, Princeton
GEORGE PRENTICE ROSS
Undertaker and State
Disinfecting a Specialty
Rural Phone No 30
DR. D. A. McRM
Office in Odd Fellows Block.
DR. NEIL A. STACEY
In Dr. Caley's Office, Over Jack's Drug
Store. Phone calls answered at Dr
DR. M. A. PRICE
Office over Allen's Store.
Tri-State Phone No. 346
S. P. SKAHEN
Attorney at Law
Office in Princeton State Bank Bid*.
ELVERO L. MCMILLAN,
PRINCETON, MINNESO TA
G. ROSS CALEY,
Physician and Surgeon
Office & Residence over Jack's Drug Store
The hard freeze of last week caught
quite a lot of potatoes undug, and it is
safe to say that one-third of them are
We are having a severe attack of
squaw winter. Two inches of snow
fell on Monday and it is real winter.
Not as bad as Duluth, however, where
eight inches of the beautiful carpeted
G. A. Ross' mother has returned
from her visit to Minneapolis and will
live in Blue Hill this winter.
Arthur Borneke, Leo Belair. and
Tellef Tellefson went to Elk River last
week to take examinations for military
service. Borneke and Tellefson were
not accepted in consequence of physi
Elvin George has completed his new
house apd will soon move onto his own
and Tumors successfully treated
g- (removed) without knife or pain. I
All work guaranteed. Come, or
write for free Sanatorium book
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Miss Almeda Camp returned to her
The Sunday school convention was
largely attended last Sunday, the snow
storm not keeping many away. Zim
merman and Orrock were well repre
sented and Mr. Keasling of Meadow
vale was also present. A very inter
esting program was rendered.
GLENDORADO & SANTIAGO
Misses Alma Wold and Bessie Knut-
Lutheran church on Sunday
Mr. Myers and son of Rooseholt, S.
D., are visiting at T. Olson's.
Mrs. P. E. Langseth of Nebraska
is here visiting friends. Rev. Lang
seth was for many years paster of the 1
Lutheran church here.
The Red Cross held a box social at
the town hall on Saturday evening and 1
Dr. Cooney spoke. A choir from
Becker sang several selections. I
O. G. Wold attended the funeral of.
his brother., Erick Wold of Erdah, last
Wednesday. Mr. Wold was 83 years
old and one of the oldest settlers in
Mrs. T. Olson is visiting relatives in
Philip Wold left for Minneapolis on',
iv/r i ir a te days.
Monday, where he will spend the win- 1
Geroge Johnson left for White Earth
last Wednesday to visit his folks.
Mrs. Eric Lungren is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. John Gates.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lindell spent Sat
urday evening at Oliver Dibblee's.
Everett Hall and son and James
Winn spent Wednesday and Thursday
of last week in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Mary Hass is visiting
daughter, Mrs. Hem-y Steeves.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall and
daughters spent Friday evening at the
Leon Annis home.
Mrs. John Gates and family and Mrs.
Eric Lungren visited at the Oscar
Lungren home on Sunday.
James Winn spent Sunday afternoon
at the Roadstrom home.
Everett Hall and son are helping
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall and son
called at Henry Steeves on Sunday.
school duties at Princeton after spend- operate on hert sixtrhs timee One
ing a week at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cramb and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Moore of Milaca were
Vineland visitors last Sunday.
Jack Young of Milaca and his son
in-law came up on Saturday to hunt
and fish and returned home on Mon
Harry Ayers of St. Paul was up a
few days last week.
W. D. Bartlett has recently pur
chased a new auto.
Jack Richardson of Minneapolis was
up on a hunting trip last week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Babcock enter
tained relatives from Dundee last
Jas. Hiff and family spent Sunday at
the Frank Kight home.
A baby boy arrived at Fred Ackow's
home on Tuesday morning.
Chas. Mulder came home from North
Dakota on Saturday night.
Chas. Cohoes and Guy Babcock went
to Monticello on Tuesday and drove
back a herd of cattle for Mr. Babcock
Dr. Page of Elk River was called
to the Van Ganderen home several
times last week to see Mrs. Van Gan-
1 &<*! p.
^THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDA Y, OCTOBER 25
deren,,who is quite ill with, pneumonia
Carl Nieman went back to North
Dakota .on Tuesday after spending two
weeks with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Swenson, Peter
Swenson and Stephen Blackwell of
Lowry made a short visit at the
Chas. Cohoes heme last week.
Lyman Walker and Dick Merrick
drove an auto truck up from Minneap
olis on Sunday morning and bought
a load of potatoes from Chas. Cohoes.
I PEASE I
J. P. DeRose and Nick Pluimer went
to Minneapolis last Wednesday and re
turned Thursday afternoon.
The Misses Emma and Lydia Schel
ler, who are employed in Princeton,
spent Sunday with their parents here.
Miss Elsie Nystedt, who went to
Minneapolis three weeks ago, has been
obliged to have five operations during
a Ed Ko
anJ. putting a ful basemen under it
Herman Van de Reit is assisting him.
A carload of cattle was shipped
9on left for Volga, S. D., on Monday,
where they will remain for some time.
Rev. Hindricks of Minneapolis oc
cupied the pulpit at the Norwegian T^ *VC" a J"
Mr. and Mrs. J. Seifert autoed to
the cities last Friday, returning on
Otto Reiman spent Sunday after
noon with Marion Shrode of Prince
Geo. Degelman, who is visiting his
-TV,D mew car, which he recently purchased.
Ihe Y. P. union gave a program at,
the Lutheran church on Sunday after
noon. A social meeting will be held
at L. Madson's on November 4.
Rev. Johnson of the
church in Minneapolis held services at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Talen,
Richard Aleckson's on Sunday. Mr. to Hajo G. Keil of Pease. Only ini-
Johnson and family will shortly leave' mediate relatives and a few intimate
for Norway, their old home. friends attended the wedding and in
C. Clausen and Mr. Doneck have. the evening a reception was given to
ordered Ford cars. all the young folks of the community.
T. Knutson is reshingling his house Both contracting parties are well and
and building a large porch. favorably known in the community and
Mr. and Mrs. George Uran, Miss the many useful presents gave evi-
Redman and U. Swan attended the dence of this fact. The young couple
teachers' institute in Foley on Tues
Arthur Leander is the owner of a
On Thursday, Oct. 18, occurred the
Free Salem marriage of Miss Anita Talen, oldest
will be at home on the groom's farm,
near Milaca, after November 1. The
relatives from a distance were Mr. and
Mrs. G. Damhof, Mr. and Mrs. John
Damhof, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Damhof,
Henry and George Moorlock, Miss
Jennie Bergsma, Miss Belle Roelofs
and William Roelofs.
Sunday school next Sunday at 10 a.
m., C. E. meeting Sunday evening at
8 p. m. The midweek preaching ser
vices have been discontinued.
C. L. Jump accompanied T. Alli
son to Minneapolis last Sunday night
to meet a party of landseekers, and
Buy a Liberty bond is the common
discussion of the day. Our solicitors
are busy and quite a few are availing
themselves of this opportunity
stand behind the boys behind the guns.
Mrs. W Hookstra of Roseland is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. T. Lie
Rev. Hendricks of Minneapolis vis
ited O H. Uglem from Friday until
Miss Dena Ege, who has been spend
ing a two week's vacation at home, re
turned to Rochester on Wednesday.
Miss Myrtle Curry left on Thursday
for a few days' visit with her sister
Albert Anderson, who is spending a
couple of weeks with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Anderson, called on
Nels Ege last week.
Mrs. J. A. Erstad, Zelpha Erstad
and Karen Uglem attended the Young that
Ladies' union in Blue Hill on Saturday
P. S. Skaaland arrived from .North
ern Wisconsin, where he had been
spending the summer, last Friday and
will spend a few days visiting Freer
A number of young people attended
the entertainment, given at the school
house in district 5 on Friday evening.
Mrs. Langseth of Hazard, Neb.,
who has been visiting friends in Glen
dorado, spent the fore part of the
week with her friend, Mrs. J. A. Er
Beginning on Friday of the coming
week and continuing for three days, a
Kredsmote will be held at the West
Branch Lutheran church. I will open
with communion services at 10:30 on
Tuesday morning by one of the visit
ing clergy. The rest of the time will
be used for a discussion of various re
ligious subjects of special interest to
the congregations. A number of
clergymen and representatives from
the neighboring congregations will be
in attendance. The ladies will serve
midday dinners in the basement, and
on Wednesday Mrs. Peter Anderson
will entertain the Ladies* Aid society
in the basement. Everyone will bt,
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Uglem were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garberg in
Santiago on Sunday.
Roy Aarseth and Roy Reinard re
turned from the cities on Monday
evening with a car which was pur
chased by the latter.
M. G. Winter and L. A.
was e:ivein Tuesdav evenino-'!
Seifert and Mr. and
Sunday afternoon at J. Hoen's.
Aug. Bauman and wife and Fred
and Charlie Bauman spent from Sat
urday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. Kranz in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Geo. Wilhelm left last week
for Montana to visit her sister and !j.e
the of John
who will soon leave here for o^La^on JLJ^
brother in North Dakota, iE expected ofjhom 11 are still living-eight sons
home this week. and_ three daughters.. left this N Y.
a Clarenc and wife called eblood-red by" hours and'days
Camp Dodee I entertained the cavalry force the opportunity to strike
Vi Baptist Ladies' Aid society Tuesday such a mi-htvv blow as to PnH thi: tor
P. DeRose isl enlargingt his house.' afternoon. 1
thanked those who were present at his
death for their kindness to him and
shook hands until strength was gone.
His last words were I am going
home." He will be sadly missed by all
who knew him. was always ready
to lend a helping hand to those who
were sick or needy. Funeral services
were held at the home at 12:30 o'clock,
on October 18 by Rev. Gouldberg,
pastor of the Norwegian church, and
the remains were laid at rest in the
Norwegian cemetery. Seven sons and
two daughters were present at the
The Young Peoples' society will hold
a meeting at the Baptist church Sun
The Commercial club met on Mon
day evening and decided to hold an
other market day in the near future.
O. A. Haggberg and E. C. Boeck
were canvassing the town on Tuesday
trying to secure Liberty bond sub
Ernest Sandstrom and J. H. Love,
who have bought the hardware stock
from A. H. Gaumnitz, are busy this
week taking inventory.
Mrs. A. 0 Peterson entertained the
Ladies' Aid society of the Baptist
church last Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. John Haggberg entertained the
Busy Bees on Saturday afternoon.
1 BOGUS BROOK & BORGHOLM 1
Peter Berg left for his home at Zum
bro Falls on Wednesday, after spend
ing the past summer with his son,
Ross, and wife.
Miss Agnes Franson and Clifford
Love returned on Thursday evening
from Bruce, Wis., where they spent
the past two weeks visiting relatives
Mrs. Peter Westling of South Fork
and Mrs. Kate Niesen left for Minne
apolis on Friday for a few days.
Little Daisy Lillian, the infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Swed
berg, was called to the great beyond
on Friday evening, after a few days
serious illnes^. She had been ailing
for some time but grew suddenly worse
dying on Sunday evening from
dread disease, tubercular
meningitis. The funeral was held on
Sunday afternoon from the Hofferbert
home in Milaca, interment being made
in the Vondell cemetery. The heart
broken parents have the sympathy of
all in their bereavement.
Mrs. Arthur Skoglund and Mrs. Ross
Berg gave a parcel shower at the Berg
home on Thursday afternoon in honor
of Miss Esther Johnson, a bride of the
near future. The decorations were
pink and green and a delicious lunch
was served to the large number pres
ent. Miss Johnson was presented with
many useful and beautiful presents as
a token of esteem in which she is held
by her many friends.
A special meeting of the Bogus Val
ley Farm club was held in the school
house of district 52 on ThursdajLeven-
John Johnson passed away October gencies which cropn ut day,
15, atdthe of his son, Tena, where every hour. Itt is volunteer adjunct
He had been ill but four days with fighting, wherever there is a wound-
world satisfied with everything.
ing at which Mr. Uptograf, the agri- (First
cultural-instructor of Milaca, Was the,'
uumig me evening an a a good time
prevailed. Mr. Uptograf's talk was
greatly enjoyed and we sincerely hope
that he will be with us again in the
Mr. Williams was unanimously elected
t^Ol m^^^^^'^ ^S^^^w^^ ^\T "T'^ ^^^^^^-^-^S
tives. They] will leave the first of th soldieshall boyhave wedge betwee the boyrs l"
near future. Owing to the departure and for the county of Mille Lacs, State f
TV/r-. O^J. i i Minnesota, on the 1st day of July, 1913,7 at
ot Mr. Smoot, our present pnsident, 4 o'clocks
j.u TT mi
I American nenn lJp Vncw wVia fha
horse means in this War, if they real-
that millions of lives depend on man's 25?
laitniui inend, if they Understood that
nition to the guns, they WOUld grasp
the meanine- of thp term Amori/.an
j! -i.v.4 1 1 dollars ($54-.36 that no actioani or proceed-no
it is the horse that must carry food ^v^taelSo\.baeeand
to the boys in the trenches and ammu-
oye during the wintere they everythingn for thei ^o^ef
months. needs and the needs of the animals IS*
Mrs. J. W. Johnson has been on the which will go with them to battle. TIZ'SM Hw?"
Lars Mattson of Isle wansv in town necessity. It is the
nerve-racked rabbleif they but knew
Tnbn^mi m,o I?vi^,T I uifetant_Wfien said mortgage, and pursuanst^tofothecIoset statute
i ou naaI enemy hordes shallkhaveobeen convert-
nal administration the emef-
evening. and infantry attac int a shattered ^Sfa^dT
pneumonia. Mr. Johnson waJ born in animal there must the sign of the flV!:
nd ?Z lM^
Christiania, Norway, 1843, and at Red Star be seen. ^^T^%TLet^^^^fos
and 11 months old. He came to Amer- it should be carried out vast sums are fiv^miieJ^a h*
ica in 1850. In 1869 he was married needed. Red Star brandies are needed ^hTwork involved on the project is as foi-
to Stenna Jordensdotteer in
to them j touch with the Re Sta
whole of America. The Red Star
Animal Relief is the only private work
for army horses recognized by the gov
ernment of this country. The cause is
humane, christian, patriotic.
The horse may be the one great fac
tor in winning this war. With that
fact before us our duty is clear.
separator, vehicles, hay, straw and
other articles will be offered for sale.
Andrew Lindquist, Owner.
Albert Anderson, Auct.
O. L. Bye, Clerk. 44-lc
Notice is hereby given that the
SUCCeSSIUl bidder Will required
pnrPT- infr. a vmH-i-ar. i-~t. Ivi. j-i.
win.lt't- stores the appetite, drives away dis- 1
ease, builds up the system. Nature's'
wondrous herbs scientifically
SR TPIn farifo+c C1
October 18 191L7a
Date of report by bank Oct. 22, 1917
Banking House, Furniture and Fix
Due from banks $14,176.52
Cash on hand 1,791.79
Total cash assets 15,968.31
Checks and cash items 240.22
Total immediate liabilities $24,212.06
Time certificates 60,479.01
Total deposits 84,691.07
Amount of reserve hand $15,968.31
Amount of reserve required by law.. 5,000.00
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacsss.
We, J. A Jorgensen, vice-president, and W
H. Smith, cashier of the above named bank, do
solemnly swear that the above statement is
true to the best of our knowledge and belief.
J. A JORGENSEN, Vice-President.
W. SMITH, Cashier.
J. A JORGENSEN,
W H. SMITH,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
22nd day of October, 1917.
(Seal) IR A G. STANLEY,
Notary Public, Mille Lacs Co., Minn.
commission expires April 9, 1920.
J i 1. delivered by Ernest P. Moeger Annie**Jy
warthere would be no fear that
Chas .Anderson moved into the Le- the critical moment would find that S-Sf-tV^rontH S eXfhS?
land house on Tuesday. lacking either in number of and^t^^n^he^fi,"^
Clarence Carlson and wife went to horses or the stamina. For the Ameri- ipt)o2 ^Z^oTt^li
Isle on Saturday for a visit with rela- can people would see that, when our ff"w^g
weekb for Little Fork, where Clarence' of France and the boys of Britain, t^^JETV&j a^orne^S afs
I The Red StaV work is a national
to a conscript force. Wherever therek
na ti 0
en th interest on the
Notice ofPaMortgage Foreclosure Sale.
principal speaker. Lunch Was Served Notice is hereby given that default has been
durine the evening and cmnA timo
June. 1913, made, executed and
sere by a mortgage dated on the
to till his place. debt of Five hundred dollars ($500), bearing
feave the Horse anlhu the Man. the payment of the interest thereond for
11 American peop lde Knew What the
wife, mortgagors, to E. Davfe, hic
recorded the office of Register of Deeds
of said day. in Book "7" of se O page 189 25th
That said mortgage aesogiven to secure the
at thed rate of seveng (7)nper centie
anum sai defaul havin bee mad
whic sai mortg
J.-J J.1,^ i.xi 1.. mortgagee elects to declaree then whole
lZed, a the lighting soldiers realize, due, which at hereof amounts to the
agors aref now in default
under the terms of said
otherwiseo hav bee institutedmsu
knew that th blood-redterm sunseAmerican of SOhi No therefore notice is hereby give tha
Red Star Animal Relief. If they but J?1?.
,&?. ^thn ddate
reason of saib default the power
of sale as contained in said mortgage has
operative, and there is now claimed tobee-b
an contained in
01 tne saris mortgage antd debt secured
five hundreedc forty-four andc 36-ioo-n
by said mortgage, due, a above se
case made and provided the mortgageenhifort
fo MillealLacs county, MhWoL, end this ter- Minnesota,r with hereditaments and appurteSs
being located in Mille Lacs county,
belonging,- which sale win
thf%i^^ILu ^T coiu^
aM ""v,, subjecth- to redemption at any
Sr^5?bSa t^^t^h by this
every city, in every county. To get fari 35 acres .n'OgO3 grubbing 17 acres: grad
to Dr. O. W. Stillman, Albany, &4*51&J*,%IH'iVcu.
is the dirprtnr wnm fnir
On Tuesday, October 30, a public "SS'SPLffiSS
sale will be held on the farm of An- ?J-
d%* th ?f^^
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.f
Sealed proposalsn will be received at the
cu. yds.- side ditching 14,662 cu.
33,459 cu. yds., corrugatedfmetaleorlSjy acin
oirecior gener all io sectional- concrete culverts sizes 12 to ^fi ins
Kneai/eetj 9/einforc'ed concrete culver^
i i i average of concrete in each being 21
cu- yds.,amount five bridges as follows
No. 27/016 beam span, concrete abutments.
No. 276730 beam span, concrete abutments.!
No. 276920 beam span, concrete abutments."
No. 227416 beam span, concrete abutments.
No 197970" low truss, 2-30' Beam ap
proaches, concrete pier and abutments.
Separate bids will be received as follows
On each of the eight jobs for the grading and
work incidental thereto, or for grading and
graveling and the work
the project as a whole, for each of the
bridges for tht large culverts built in place,
and for the portable culverts delivered f. o. b.
drew Lindquist, three miles northwest Department"* 3% Shuber? Bufidfngt
of Long Siding, when 3 fresh cows, 5 J^^SJg^^X^^'tfw*
cows coming fresh, 3 heifer calves,
Holstein bull, farm machinery, cream wS^FS? ^wrfn7%tcS
U_J J. State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs
board of county commissioners of In Probate Court.1
Mille Lacs county will receive sealed lander^de^edlnt.0
specifications may be examined
accompanied by a certified check, payable to
the County Treasurer, for at least 5 per cent
of the amount of the proposal.
Signed: W C. DOANE,
County Auditor, Mille Lacs Co.
(First Pub. Oct. 18-3t)
Limiting "Bbne to File Claims Within
Three Months, and for Hearing Thereonc.
ESTATE O MELINDA WICKLANDER.f
bids Up to tWO o'clock in the after- Letters of administration this having
_^ JT XXT~A XT i.
noon Of Wednesday, November 14, by the affidavit of said representativfe thatn
1917, for the position of overseer of the
granted to A. Matter, and iday appearing
Mille LaCS COUnty poor farm. Details creditors of thed above named decadent may
Un l.^ -p~~.* j-T fj.
enter mtO a Written contract With the ty, be, and same hereby is, fixed and
county and furnish a bond in the sum SSS?n^H
i .withi th time
Lacs county, Minnesota.
Dated this 10th day of October,
1917. W. C. DOANE,
43-2tc Count Auditor.
Constipation, indigestiony, drive away
appetite and make you weak and sick.
right to reject any and all bids. Let notice hereofi b. given by the publica-
By order of the county board, Mille nrovided^v ?*er
A Tol, TV-,,, eJa or tablets. C. A. Jack
BANK NO. 784
JStatement of the condition of PRINCETO N
aTATi? ixAxrir tx i i i A- C:--'- .ocivc tupjr UJL JUUT answer 10 me said com- o,A
Loans and discounts $85,889.18 service and if you fail to answer the said
Capital stock $20,000.00
Surplus fund 3 341 44
Undivided profits, net *68o!34
Deposits subject to check $23,782.06
Cashier's checks 430.00
ere, that the time which all
Can be had from, th,e COUnty.auditor or be, an the herebyr is, limited
any member of the countv board. The S
against he estate in
the 21st day of January, 1918,
o'clock a. m., in the probate rooms
house at Princeto i said coun
j? nnn i i upon and the examination, adjustment and
OI $2,000. The board reserves the
such claims asr shaltlo be presented
Bated October 15the 1917.
WM. V. SANFORD,
(Court Seal.) Judge of Probate.
(First Pub. Oct. 18-3t)
TT I TI *r ,.._ District-Court, Seventh Judicial District.
HoUlSters Rocky Mountain Tea re- Winston
County of Mille Lacsss.-
Company, a corpora
The StateherebMinnesota of to thedabove namedtd
summoned an require
the complainn th
above actio whiche is filed in
office,roentitleeclerk the of thre courtiiof
seventh judicial district in and for the county
of Mille Lacs and state of Minnesota, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said com-
plaint on th subscribeof
hiplaintifef offic th
village of Princeton in said county, within
twenty days after the service of this su m
mons upon you, exclusive of the day of such
complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this action will take judgment
against you for the sum of twenty-four dollars
and seventy-nine cents with interest at the
rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 23rd
day of July, 1917, together with the costs
and disbursements of this action.
Dated September 19, A. 1917.
Plaintiff's Attorney, Princeton, Minn.
(First Pub. Oct. ll-3t)
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs.
District Court, Seventh Judicial District.
Anna Bandemer, Plaintiff,
William C. Bandemer, Defendant.
The State of Minnesota to the above named
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer to the complaint of the plaintiff in the
above entitled action, which is filed in the
office of the clerk of the district court of the
seventh judicial district in and for -the county
of Mille Lacs and state of Minnesota, and to'
serve a copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscriber at his office in the
village of Princeton, in said county, vrithin
thirty (30) days after the service of this
summons upon you, exclusive of the day of
such service and if you fail to so answer the
said complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this act'on will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said complaint.
Dated October 4th, 1917.
lir*^ ^Attorney for Plaintiff, Princeton, Mim.