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Through the courtesy of the UNION this space is granted to the W T. The press super intendent assumes all responsibility for the sentiments and statements contained herein Our Motto 'For od and Home and Native Landr" Our Badge A knot of white ribbon Our Aims. Home protection, prohibition of the liquor traffic, equal suffrage, one standard of morals, and the bringing about of a better public sentiment MRS. E WHEELER, President, MRS JENNIE WOODCOCK, Secretary. -MRS ADA FARNHAM Treasurer Lord Justice Denrnan of Eng land, has recently given this evi dence against the drink: "Intem perance is the greatest curse and the most potent cause of misery from which this nation suffers. Twenty years of judicial life, and forty-six of constant attendance in the criminal couits as advocate or judge, are enough to enable any man to form an opinion ~as to the extent of the mischief caused by drunkenness. I am sure I speak well within the mark when I say that more than one-half were di rectly connected with excessive drinking/' Only 97 abstainers, were con victed by court martial la&t \ear in India, as againit seventeen times that number of non-abstainer who were convicted, and yet the ab stainers were a third of the whole Indian arm}. The good condition and good be havior of the troops in South Af rica i& recognized as largely due to the fact that they have had no strong drink. General Kell}, G. A. G. said lateh to a newspaper correspondent: "This campaign has been run entirely on teetotal principle^, and the experiment has proved wonderfully successful. Union Signal. When the police in Denmark find a man helplessly drunk in the streetb they drhe the patient in a cab to a station, where he so bers off. Then they take him home. The cabman makes his charge, the police doctor makes hib, the agents make their claim for special duty, and this bill is^ presented to the landlord of the es tablishment where the drunkard took the last of the drinks that caused his intoxication.The Rams Horn. Portland, Me., Feb. 6.On Jan uary first there were 149 prisoners in the Cumberland county jail this morning there are 91, a decrease of 58 on one month of Prohibition in the hands of its friends. One of the speakers at the re cent Christian Endeavor conven tion here said that a man who had been searching in vain for a saloon followed the Endeavors not know ing who they were, and so drifted into the church. Seeing the let ters E. prominently displ3ed behind the pulpit, he exclaimed: That's light' Closed everywhere. W do not know what i Mrs. Nation's fa\ orite text, but this one seems to fix her militant moods exactl} "An even now is, the ax laid unto the loot of the trees every tree therefore that bringeth not ioith good fruit is hew down and cast into the fire She be- lie\es in taking up the ax with her associates in reform, to hew down, or "smash" the outlawed sale of intoxicating liquors in Kan sas. I is a up is tree of e\il, and even its advocates cannot show that it biings forth good fruit. It is with great regret and some surprise that we note the action of the war department refusing the ofier of Sergeant Buzzacott to do nate a $5,000 canteen plant free, to the government, provided they would run it as a respectable can teen and not turn it into beer-hole or boozing-pen. Notwithstanding the department has made a prac tice of accepting presents of cheap fixtures from brewers and dive keepers it officially announces that it will not accept Sergeat Buzza cott's offer of a system which ac cording to Lord Robert's has proven to ha\ greatly benefited the soldieis of the British arm v. O W La Grippe Quickly Cured. "In the winter of 1898 and 1899 I was taken down with a severe attack of what is called La Grippe" says F. Hewett, a prominent druggist of Win field, 111. "The only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It broke up the cold and stopped the coughing like magic, and I have never since been troubled with grippe." Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy can always be depended UDon to break up a severe cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneumonia. It is pleasant to take, too, which makes it the most desiiable and one of the most popular preparations in use for these ailments For sale by Princeton Drug Co. ERIKSOlSrVILL.E. VanCourt is very sick and not expected to recover. Mr. Thompson from Page and Mr. Bush, from Burntland Brook, the two great improvers of this country, took their dinner at the hotel here, and were surprised that ''Ericksonville towa't was growing up so fast. Smallpox,, is at Mr Jordan's place southwest from Warren. Dr. Swennes at Lawrence takes care of the case and the house is quarantined. The time for the new~ stage line from here to Vineland to startjip is the 18th inst, but no further order is given to the postmaster here about the running time. Qrton from Vineland, the* en gineer at the sawmill here lost the little finger of one hand in the en gine last Wednesday and went down to Milaca the same day to the doctor. Lars Erickson has sold W Watters from St. Cloud a farm one and a quarter of a jnile north east fiom here and another to E E. Peterson from Atwater, Minn. Mr. Peterson is the man who is going to build a hardware store here at Ericksonville and his son will start a nursery. Working Overtime. Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless, little workersDr. King's New Life Pills Millions are always at work, night and day, curing indiges tion, biliousness, constipation, sick headache and all stomach, liver and bowel troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe, sure Only 25c at A Jack's drug stoi e. VTNELAND. I The warm weather has hurt some of the logging roads. Remember the masquerade ball next Saturday night in Daisde's hall. Win. Curry, the scaler, was called to Milaca by illness of his family. Mr. Swedberg is talking of mov ing his saw mill to Garrison some time in the future. Daigle has been below for a few days, and with other busi ness has been getting his saw mill from Milaca to this place. Pete Bunt has been up putting in a wood dock in the big lake and drning piling in the small lakes. When he gets through here he will go to ^Malmo and put in a wood dock. Olof Johnson is going to start on atrip to the Rainy lake country this week. W will get our mail over the newr mail route from Ericksonville for the first time to-day,. C. N. Archer has accepted the position of clerk and deputy post master for F. Daigle. Fully two inches of snow fell on the lYth and the lumbermen are now weaiing bioad smiles. The Fole3-Bean Lumber Co. has built a substantial steamboat dock at Vineland and one at the Trad ing Post. It is repoited here that W Orton, the engineer at E W Cundy's saw mill, had his hand badlj hurt the other day. The Vineland Lumber company will stait up the mill next week. It has bought a new planer and molder and will, from now on. keep a complete lumber ard A man claiming to represent the Illinois Central Railroad com pany visited our town la&t Tues day he was looking up a railroad route from Sauk Centre to Dulutb, through Buckman and Pierce tow ns,' touching Mille Lacs lake at Wigwam bay, Garrison and some point on the north shore. says the sun eying crew is now at Sauk Centre and the road will be sur veyed as.far as Mille Lacs lake be fore the ground thaws next spiing. W die greatly disappointed, be cause the man gave us a hint that the road could not possibly touch the lake at^Vineland. Genuine" Rocky Mountain Tea is ne\ersoldin bulk by peddlers or less tnan 35 cents. Don't be fooled, get the tea made famous by the Madison Medi cine Co. C. A. Jack. SCHOOL KOTES. Miss Huse was ill Friday and Monday with an attack of grip. The S. History class of the eighth grade have finished the War of 1812. ay Tarbox, Anna Engseli and Edna Claggett are absent from the fifth grade. The eighth grade reading classes are studying "Tales From Shakes peare," and "Snowbound." The English grammar class are doing work in analysis and will soon begin to analyze selections. The members of the junior class have elected officers. Essie Bur gan is president Louella Russell, secretary. __ The holidays for Lincoln's and Washington's birthday will not be taken as they "occur, but a vaca tion will be taken commencing Friday March 8 and lasting until the following Tuesday. ^Dr. fiiffdley, of Elk River, lec tured here in the Congregational church last evening to a good sized audience. *The subject* of his lecture was "Will I Take" and we have not the least doubt but what it will take and take well wherever it is delivered. The* audience convulsed at times with laughter at. the wit and humor of his stories,-touched at others by the pathos, listened most atten tively during the hour- and a half in which he talked. A school ought to make a man mentally alert. If it does this it is to him a God-send. More people are mentally lazy than physically lazy. Th people who can't think have a hard time in this world. The school ought also to make life mean more to the boy. Emer son says, "Every man takes care that his neighbor shall not cheat him. But a day comes when he begins to care that he do not cheat his neighbor. Then all goes well. has changed his market cart for a chariot of the sun." I is not easy to say this to a bo}- because he does not like to be preached to. The school should enlarge the sym pathies of the boy. -It may' do this through the geography class. He may be able to see how de pendent the peoples of the earth have become. Each looks to oth ers for daily bread.School Edu cation, Bridges, rivers, tunnels, mountains, builds cities, gathers up the scattered iays of one's ability. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea does 35c C. A Jack. BUSINESS LOCALS. W MONEY to loan on improved farms. M. S. RUTHERFORD, Princeton, Minn. The best eating apples to be found at LUDDEN'S. FOR SALEA large cow, will be fresh in a few days. H. H. FARNHAM. Shredded wheat the most delicious breakfast food. Get it at LUDDEN'S. Call and look over L. Fryling's fall stock of fine panting and suiting. Doctors recommend shredded wheat biscuit, the most wholesome and easy to digest. Fresh case opened at LUDDEN'S. FOR SALEA good horse 8 years old, weighing about 1200. Will drive sin gle or double. Easy to keep. 3t CHARLES GAULIER. Stop using unhealthy lard and try Wesson's Oil for cooking it is cheaper, better and wholly vegetable. On sale at LUDDET* i. We are informed that an arrest of one of our prominent business men on a warrant sworn out by another busi ness man is one of the things on the tapis. Get a"can of Wesson's Oil and jou can eat pastry, doughnuts, and fried foods, and defy stomach troubles. Find it at LUDDEN'S. Some of the boys at Caley's hard ware store are accusing Dan Cooper of attempting to start a fire by using water instead of kerosene. Dan, how ever, denies the allegation and "defies the alligator." See our line of carpets and buy them cheaper than in the city. LUDDEN'S Another Sale. The regular monthly sale of the E. Mark Live Stock company will occur on Saturday, March 2, as usual. Mr. Mark has recently been to Sioux City, where be purchased two carloads of horses for this sale. These horses are far above the average and will serve as a special inducement to farmers to attend this sale. The usual number of western horses will also be on hand for the sale and intending purchasers will have no trouble in securing just what they want. Besides the ior&es there will be all kinds of s 'ond-hand harness, wagons, buggies, farm ma chinery, etc., so that if your capital is -limited you can purchase a full outfit for very little money In fact, you can secure what you want if you have no moneyjust give approved notes. Don't forget the date of the sale, March 2, and get ready for spring work by securing an outfit early. E. MARK LIVE STOCK CO. Senator Beveridge. Senator Beveridge is a man who lias come to the front in the face of very unfavorable circumstances. At twelve he was a plough boy without apparent prospect of education. At 37 he was a United States senator, with a splendid education and with the reputation of being one of the most brilliant men in the senate. But how he-worked for it! WDuring "his early life he worked night andTday trying to make himsefr a bet ter man, and he was able to stand the strain and to succeed because he was careful of his health. If you would be successful you must have health if you would have health, drink "Golden Grain -Belt". beer. It is a splendid tonic because it is pure malt food, brewed with the greatest care. Order from your dealer or Henry Veidt, Princeton, Minn. It is nearly time for the spring ship ment of garden and flower seeds from the congressmen. They have only about 7,000 packages each to distribute this season. The meeting of the "Greenwood League" which was to have been held next Saturday evening has been post poned. It will be held on Saturday evening, March 2 Os King sold his liverj stable jes terday afternoon to Roy Jesmer, who took possession at once Mr Jesmer is a popular young man and will un doubtedly succeed Mr. King has not yet decided what he will do. The net- profits of the Isanti starch factory last season as reported at the annual meeting held last week amounted to $3,000 The farmeis in that locality are \ery well pleaoed with the result of the gear's business The next attraction which Manager Jesmer has secured for his opera house is Madame Elsie deTourney This company will pre&ent Mary Queen of Scots" and "Romeo and Jaliet." The press gives them an excellent reputa tion. _____ The village council had a very quiet meeting last Monday e\emng, few spectators being present The three applications for liquor licenses were acted upon favorably and will be granted if the applicants furnish good and sufficient bonds. The liverymen say the present win ter has been the hardest on horse shoes of any winter for several years past. A trip of ten or a dozen miles will take the calks off the shoes and make an other visit to the blacksmith a neces sity. Meanwhile the blacksmiths are not complaining. The real estate men report that there is an increased activity in the land market. Inquiries are pouring in from the south and west and there is every indication that the coming sea son will be one of the best Mille Lacs county has e\er experienced. There are so many of our recent settlers who have prospered beyond their most san guine expectations since locating here, that the reports they send back to their friends have much to do with our present immigration LATEST MARKET REPORT. Duluth Grain. DULUTH, Feb. 19 WHEATCash No lhard74%c, No. 1 Northern 72%c ArriveNo. 1 hard 75%c, N Northern 73%c, May N 1 Northern 75%c, July 76^c FLAXTo arrive $1.59, cash $1.59, May $1 63, September $1 17 Minneapolis Wheat. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb 19 WHEATCash 73%c, May 73%c, July 74%@75o. On TrackNo 1 hard 75%c, No 1 Northern 73%c, N 2 Northern 67%@69c __ Sioux City Live Stock. Sioux CITY, a Feb 19 CATTLESales ranged at firstname.lastname@example.org for beeves, $2 00@3 50 for cows, bulls and mixed, $3 25@4 00 for stockers and feed era, $3 25 4 00 for calves and yearlings HOGSRange of prices^ 12}^@5 20 St. Paul Union Stock Yards. SOUTH S PAUL, Feb 19 HOGSSales ranged at $5 15@5 22% CATTLESales ranged at $4 50 00 for good to choice butcher steers, $3.40@ 3 90 for good to choice butcher cows and heifers, 14 50@6 00 for choice veals, $3.85 3.90 for choice feeders SHEEPSales ranged at $email@example.com for choice butcher lambs, $3 firstname.lastname@example.org for choice fat wethers Chicago Grain and Provisions. CHICAGO, Feb. 19. WHEATFebruary 7S%@7BKc, March 73J6@74c, May 75%c. CORNFebruary 38c March 39%c, May 40*@40^c OATSFebruary 24}*c, May 25^c. PORKFebruary $13.89- May $14 00 FLAXCash N 1 $1.64, May $1 6Q POULTRYDressed turkeys 8K@9Kc, chickens 8@9c BUTTE R Creameries 14@33o, dairies HH@18c EGGS-Fresh 15c. DONT E FOOLEDI Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison MedJ* cine Co., Madison, Wis. It keeps you well. Our trade mark cut on each package. Price, 35 cents. Never soM in bulk. Accept no substi* HMoawiATEDtae* tote. A*k your druggist. Annual Town Meeting. THPRINCETON, E CITIZENS" OF THE TOWN OF the County ofMille Lacs and State of Minnesota,-who are qualified to vote at General Elections, are hereby notified that the Annual Town Meeting for said town will be held at the Village Hall the Village of Princeton, on Tuesday, the 12th day of March next, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the fore noon and 6 o'clock m-the afternoon of the same day, for the following purposes To elect three Supervisors, one of whom shall be designated on the ballots as Chairman, one Town Clerk, one Treasurer, one Assessor, two Justices of the Peace, two Constables and one Overseer of Highways for each Road District in said town, and to do any other business proper to be done at said meeting when convened Given under my hand this 30th day of Febru- ary,^. SL.19Q).. ERNEST SELLHOBN, Tafce fownclerkr1 Budinoton Electric Light in Every Berth. A special feature of the Burlington's Chicago Limited. When you retire turn on the, light. After you are comfortably en- sconced between the sheets, y6u can read by it. When you are "sleepy, a twist of the wristand the light's out. Leaves Minne apolis 7:20 p. Si Paul 8:05 daily. Arrives Chicago 9:25 next morning and St. Louis 5:21 next afternoon. Scenic Day Express leaves Minneapolis 7:40 A. M., St. Paul 8:15 A. M., except Sunday, arriving Chicago same evening and St. Louis 6:40 next morning. Ask your home agent for tickets via this line. P. Sc EUSTIS, CEO. LYMAN, Gen 1 Pass Agent, Ass't Gen'l Pass Agent, CHICAGO, ILL ST. PAUL, MINN THE COMMERCIA HOTEL, Ti. NEWBERT, Proprietor. PRINCETON, MINNESOTA Home %di Twenty-Four Bottles of Satisfaction Otherwise Known as a Case of HAMM'S BEER Supplied by Agents Everywhere. orTHEO, HAMM BREWING CO., St. Paul, Minn, & W8iX HAKE YOU RICH" i his ia a danngitstatement, zcr1 but STI seeds bear out every timet Combination Corn. eitostcoruon earth. WillposltiTelT revclutioniTeJcorn growing. ^Bijjion DoilarCrass. greatest marvel of the age, 12tons of hay per acie First. crop eix weeks after1 sowing What Is It ?i Catalogue tells. FOR 10c. STAMPS and this NOTICE w mail big seed catalog, 10 Grain Samplesinciud.nitabove, alaoJ SpelU (SObu. perA)OataV 2o bn.hel per A.) Rtpe? ,(173tiu.perA) Feaoat, etc. Worth$101 TO RENT.160-acre farm, 40 acres under cultivation, with farm machin ery and 12 cows, to rent on shares or ^lor cash. Can't accommodate large family. Apply to Louis ROCHFORT, Greenbush, Minn Bucklen's Arnica Salve Has a world-wide fame for marvelous sures. It surpasses any other salve, lo tion, ointment or balm for cuts, corns, burns, boils, sores, felons, ulcers, tetter salt rheum, fever sores, chapped hands, skin eruptions Infallible for piles. I Cure guaranteed.T -Only 1 Jack' drug store Current Topics. Specially prepared articles on Cur tent Topics, explanatory and instruc tive, are often just what the newspa per leader wants Readers of The Minneapolis Joiii nal are to have this advantage February 18th and the special mail edition for February 19th there appears in that paper the first of a series of articles under the general title of The Current Topics Club. Among the subjects to be treated are "Colonial Government of To-day/' with reference to the colonial questions that confront our own country. "The Opportunity and" the Man," which will show whether the oppor tunities are all gone "The Art of Living a Hundred Years," not a whimsical notion but a matter of scientific as well as popular interests at this time "American Life a Century Ago," mterpsting and instructive compari sons and contrasts with the present "The Woman's Ciub Movement," and what it is reallj accomplishing, and "What the Government Does for the People," a valuable and instruc tive insight into a matter about which the most of us have rather vague no tions These ai tides will appear daily The Minneapolis Journal for at least four months Back numbers may be obtained foi a. reasonable time The Join aol containing these articles for three months and a fine map of Minne sota and map of the world for $1.00. First Publication Feb 7 1901 Foreclosure by Advertisement. Wheieas default has occurred in the condi tions of the following described real estate mortgage bj reason of which the power of sale therein contained and therewith recorded has become operative which said mortgage was made by Gusta\ us Larson, mortgagor to Gus taf Anderson mortgagee is dated the first day of June A 1898 and was with said power of sale dulv recorded in the office of the register of deeds of the countj'of Mille Lacs in the State of Minnesota, on the third day of June, A 1898 at 9 clock A in book of Mortgages on page 619, and covers and mortgages the fol lowing described real estate situate in said county of Mille Lacs to-wit The northeast quarter of section twenty-five (25), in township thuty-nine (39) and range twenty-seven (27) There is claimed to due and there is due uponTihe debt secured by said mortgage at the date of this notice the sum of five hundred and fifteen dollars and no action or other proceed ing at law or otherwise has. been instituted to recover the same or any pait thereof Therefore, notice is hereby given that pursu ant to law and by virtue of the said power of sale the said mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale of said real premises at public auction to the highest bidder and that such sale will be made by the sheriff of said county of Mille Lacs or his deputv at the front door of-the court house in Princeton, the county seat of said county of Mille L^cs on Saturday, the thirtieth day of March, A nineteen hun dred and one, at two clock in the afternoon of said day Dated this thirtieth day of January, -A D. 1901* _, GUSTAF ANDERSON TT togetastart. nA.SaUerSeed Go. Cftsse, aDcmaa: 25c*_*, O HALL Attorney for Mortgagee, Red Wing Minnesota at C. A *s Mortgagee First Publication Jan 31.1901 STATEe OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Mill Lacs ss In Probate Court Special Term, Jan 28,1901. In the matter of the estate of James Priest, deceased On reading and filing the petition of Charle3 Keith administrator, with the will annexed of the estate of James JPriest deceased' representing among other things, that he has fully administered said estate, and praying that a time dnd 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 Monday the 25tb day of Eebruary, A. 1901, at 10 o'clock A at the probate court room in said county And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested by publishing a copy of this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to ^aid day of hearing, in the Princeton Union, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Princeton in said county. Dated at Princeton the 28th day of January. A 1901 By the Court, VANAXSTBIN, tProbate Seal.] Judge of Probate.