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ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, PRINCETON AND SANDSTONE GOING EAST Ex Sun 6 00a 6 50 a 7 25a 7 53a 8 35a 8 59 a 9 40a 10 05 a Le Sandstone Mora Milaca PRINCETON Ar Elk River Le Anoka Ar Minneapolis Ar St Paul Le St Paul Ar Minneapolis Le Anoka Ar ElkRi\er Le PRINCETON Milaca "Mora Ar Sandstone GOING WEST ST CLOUD TRAINS. GOING WEST Le Milaca 9 40a in Bridgeman 9 46a A* St Cloud 110 45 a GOING EAST Le St Cloud 3 35pm Bridgeman 4 23 Ar Milaca 4 35pm These trains connect at St Cloud wittrtrains Nos 1 and 3 WAY FREIGHT. GOING EAST Tuesday Thursday & Saturday Le Milaca PRINCETON Elk River AT Anoka GOING WEST-Monday Le Anoka Elk River PRINCETON Ar Milaca NEIGHBORING TOWNS BaldwinL Berry Princeton Blue HillThomas E Brown Princeton Spencer BrookG Smith Spencer Brook WyatfettOle Peterson Wyanett LivoniaChas E Swanson Lake Freemont PRICES OF THE Princeton Roller Mills and Elevator. Wheat per bnehel Corn, Oats Wheat, No 1 Rye, Oats, Buckwheat, Beans, (good) Hay, Corn, Potatoes Regular meetings every Tuesday eve ning at 8 clock A A CASWELL, W ANWORMER & S CALLA TEMPLE, NO. 3 Rathbone Sisters, of Princeto n. Regular meetings 1st and 3rd Thursday evenings of each month at 7 30 hall LOLA JESMER, E LORETTA HOWARD of & K. O. T. M., Tent No 17. Regular meetings every Thurs day evening at 8 clock, in the Maceabee hall HENRY LIND, Com N NELSON Hebr on Encampment No. 42,1.0 O.F Meetings 2nd and 4th Mondays at 8 clock SATJSSER W SPAULDING, S W Jos CRAIG Scribe NO. 208, 1T O O.F. Attorney-General been lenominated. 4" 45 5 10 5 35p 6 10 6 52 7 20pm 7 54pm 9 10 11 10 a 12? 25 1ap 2 30 MILLE LACS .COUNTY. TOWN CLERKS Bogus BiookHenry Gustafson BcrgholmJ Heron GreenbushChas E Slater Isle HarborOtto A Haggberg MilacaG Shurt2 MileR N Atkinson PrincetonEmest feellhorn RobbinsOlaf Johnson South HarborT Norton V1LLAC E-RECORDERS Johr Emard W Gouldmg E Erickson Princeton Bock Princeton Lawrence 8 65 40 30 RETAIL. Vestal per sack Flour, (100 per cent) per sack Banner per sack Ground Feed, per cwt Coarse Meal, per cwt Middlings Shorts, per cwt Bran,per cwt All good delivered free anywhere 12 10 200 170 90 85 90 85 80 Princeton PRINCETON MarketReport Northern, $ 65 38 30 50 1 60 5 50 40 20 @65 FRATERNAL LODGE NO. 92, A & A M. Regular communications, 3d and 4th Wednesday of each month A A CASWELL, W WM CORDINER, Sec'y PRINCETON LODGE, NO. 93, of Vf Of\a S\ f\ T? 1_1 _ i Regular meetings e%eryFnday evening at 7 30 clock W BIDWELL, N LEON WHEELER Sec PRINCETON CAMP, W A., No. 4032. Regular meeting every fourth Thursday even ing of each month, at 8 00, in the hall over post office Visiting members cordially Invited E WHITE, V. A SMITH, Clerk ESP BY LODGE, No. 193, A. O. U. W. Regular meetings every first and third Monday even ings of each month in the hall over postofffce E SOUTHARD, W CUTLER Rec DON'T E FOOLEDI INCORPORATED ise* tute. Ask your *''M ijrjjIst sharpening shoes or discs, buy a monitor doubl Disc Drill. If you want a drill that will tie workersDF. King's New Life Pills lastalifetimewlthoutexpenseof ^SSlIM aguee. They sick headache, SoldbyDalbo Warehouse Co. sent him. II temperance workers ne Wednesday Miiaca President, Miss Maud Whitney Foreston Princeton \ice-piesident at large. Miss Vmeland Cove Foresto Princeton Milaca Pennsylvania leads having a membership of nearly 15,000 The work has been presented in more than 217 schools and colleges. Minnesota leads in this respect as the Y* secretary alone has spoken in moie than 100 educa tional institutions. Theie have been 5,000 pledge signers outside the membership lanks. Wo rk is carried on in 21 difteient departments. There are 686 Y. unions, 205 of which have been formed this year. The amount of money raised for work by this society^ including dues, is $13,729. Through the courtesy of the UNION this space is granted to the W The press super- uw-uwwuuu VL yieciuuo awuvo mtendent assumes all responsibility for the When they have been exposed to the* sentiments and statements contained herein Our Motto KFor od and Home and Native Land Our Badge _A knot of white ribbon Our Aims the liquor _^ BWj uve Aim Hon^ protecTibi prohibition of Griggs has Mrs. K. tJarney, ot rrovi-1 had beeome somewhat lighter in color. dence, R. I. will organize the W C. T. U. in Cuba The. new camp story Blaek Rock," written by Rev. Charles W GrordeD, a Canadian minister, will be put into many lumber camps the coming season. A R. R. agent in Northern Min nesota has made a request that lit- oiQrnro f 4W rliof^K.ifi^v, u directions. Often the opal stands the eiatuie, foi free distribution, be year: \ice-piesident at large, Blanche Byers vice-president from E church, Lizzie Townsend vice pi evident from Cong, chuich, Miss Anna Long: recording secre taiy, Miss Luella Russell coircs ponding secretary, Miss Grace By ers treasuier, Miss Essie Burgan. Superintendents of three depart ments of work were appointed. Greetings from the State presi dent were received with interest and a delegate to State convention will be named it was also sug gested that a load or two go down to attend the evening mass meeting on Y. night during State conven tion which will be held at Minne apolis. W are glad to learn that the Kimball Y. of six membeis has gained 15 active and 10 honorary members through a contest. Miss Louise Hollister, our State Y. secretary, is doing very satis factory work in Missouri. Th work in Minnesota will take her full time from April 1 to the time of the State convention. Points from national report of Y. work: 14,715 young men and women are marching under the white banner of the Y. W C. T. U. I active membership there has been a clear gain of 198 members for the year. The young people join heartily PRINCETON-:-LODGE in the chorus "Glory, Glory, Hal- book in his life and never wastes a T-r. lelujah! The is marching on." EFFIE A. BURGAN. work dpne by the W C. T. U. this winter in distributing free reading material in the camps. says he alone received, three grain sacks full of good reading piievte Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Medl* cine Co., Madison, Wis. It i keeps you well. Oar trade periodicals mark cut on each package. Price, 35 cents. Never sole" in bulk. Accept no substl' and other magazines, including the Youths' Companion and other Working 24 Boars a ay. sallbanish gue ou weaken-. driv 4 monito B&Uble m* nill weaken Small, taste nice, wofkJ won- ^Jr^f!f nice, wofk The air- for. a long time Is considered- one~- of the most frequent maladies. Among th colored stones,, the emeralds rabies xu*e an 0a of morals, and the bringing aboutTb, better public sentiment MBS E WHEELER, President, MRS JENNIE WOODCOCK, Secretary, MRS ADA PABNHAM Treasurer liquor traffic,, equal suffrage, on standard ones tn emerams,, rooies sapphires are those wihieh-remain intact best. Nevertheless they are not exempt from changes, as has been proved by many experiments recently made ParR Two rubies of the same size and shade were kept for two years, one in a showcase and the other away from all light. At the end of this term comparison revealed that the first The influence of light makes itself felt more plainly on topazes and gar nets The garnet turns mueh paler in a short time, while the topaz assumes a darker shade and even loses the bril- wbe P ssesse nc The most sensitive* stone this re spect isTthe opal This stone draws its marvelous rainbow reflections from numerous little clefts Which allow the light to pass and reflect it in different manlpulatlon cutting and polishing well, and all of a sudden it splits. literature they read in their suffers always by excess of heat Ow- *,S?3 home could be re-read many times ZL!^o^S?2: io 30 a with interest and profit it seems to ture 1325pm 200pm me every paper would find its way to some home or lumber camp. The meeting of the Y. W C. T. U. was well attended. Officers elected for theensuing It Pearls deteriorate very easily. In the fire they are transformed into a piece of lime. Plaeed in contact with an acid, they behave as lime or marble would under the same conditions It some times happens that duung the woik, if the hand touching them is very sweaty, they lose theii luster or break, being attacked by the acid of the perspira tion Since pearls are composed of concen tric layers of mother of peail, it is sometimes possible to repair them by taking off the outer layer, but this opeiation is extremely difficult and delicate. If the interior colors are in jured there is no remedy. Diamonds are less sensitive still it is not prudent to take them too near the fire Jewelers' Circular-Weekly. THE HELPFUL WOMAN. Her Advice to Her Husband and the Result of Following It. There was once a Woman whose Husband Depended on the State of the Market for his Daily Toast. One Day he Appeared before Her with a Sad Countenance. "All is Over, my Dear," said he. "Wheat is Way Down, and I doubt if after Tomorrow we shall have More than Ten Thousand a Year to Live On. I am Sorry that I MamedVou to Drag you Down to This, but I must Tell you Sooner or Later. I am a Ruined Man." "Nay, do not Lose Heart," said his Wife. "Can you not Speculate Fur- ther?" "I cannot," he replied, "for I have Lost my Nerve. My Friends Urge me to Throw what I Have into Copper, but I Dare Not. Five Thousand a Year would Hardly buy Croquettes for Two. I would Better Keep what I have Saved from the Smash." "At any rate," said she, "come Out and Have some Lunch. Let us Go to Sherry's and let a Nice Litle Bird. Then you will Feel Better." "Bird!" exclaimed her husband. "Unhappy Woman, if you see anything better than Broiled Chicken and Beef a la Mode for the Rest of Your Life, you will Do Well. In my present Frame of Mind I would Suggest a Night Lunch Cart" "Let us have One Good Meal at least," urged his Wife, "before we Die to the World I have Twenty Dollars in my Purse. I will Buy our Lunch with that after that the Night Lunch." "Very well, for the Last Time," re plied her Husband. Then they went to an Expensive Restaurant and Ate a more than Satis factory Luncheon. At the end of it her Husband said "I think Better of that Copper than I Did." Then he went Back to Wall .Street and Made Sixty Thousand Dollars in Thirty-eight Minutes. This teaches us thgft Digestion is the Better Part of ValorCentury. Use For Ol Envelopes. Rigid economy is the mother of ac cumulation. One of the busier busi ness men of this city, with offices on Broadway, never purchased a scratch jjiuvajr, ncvci jjunjuaseu a scraicn- ffaaVt na% H. E Cravens, who has just re turned from the northern pineries, u* t. -mice* o*a uy y liicues. uno i tne is high in his praises of the good millionairesempty fresh piece of paper on a memorandum or a column of figures. Every envel ope that comes in his mail is sliced apart, back from front, and the front, or address side, is preserved for use. The inside forms a clean, smooth sheet 3ia by 6^4 inches. One of burnm an Press Yor matter through the direction of Mrs. I. E Burgan, of this village wnicn ne distributed- among the English0113011 men and women who went camps at Floodwood and Swan fro E, The sacks contaiued cort- EtJSXLS?%?ZZ2Z seiies of Century, McClure's ed chopped apples and carrots and malaria. NeveXr gripe .ja %dS$ffiiZnJi*L2~ WOn- A tbem ack 25catC of the Bostolnkes made~his start by savmg nai and selling them back to the nailmakers for 10 cents each in trade. His clerks were accustomed to kicking instove.News the stave them in the An Equine Banquet. Horses were the sole guests at a re cent dinner giventhe by a companr of i nto country fo the slices of white bread few handfuls-of sugar. mixed with a Propei* Return. ^__ "I hurl the lie back in your teeth!" he cried. Which was quite appropriate, for. There no rest for those tireless lit- they, too, -were false.-Philadelphia North American fa sick headache ^Bri^-J hear y AWHeGntf. -*^^2^ BriggsI hear yotkhay* been operat- great mistake. I've be^n "LoveAcross the Lines,-' A Drama of theCivil War. By HARRY STILLWELL EDWARDS. It is coming in the columns'of this paper in a short time Prepare for it by keeping your name on our subscrip tion lists, and recommend it to a?riend. First publication Mar 28 1901 OTATE OP MINNEbOTA COUNTY OF Mille Lacs ss In Probate Court Iu the matter of the estate of Joseph Mal lotte deceased The petition of Louis Mallotte having been duly made and filed in this court, representing among other things that one Joseph Mallotte, who resided last prior to his death at Green bush, in the State of Minnesota died intestate at Greenbush in the county of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesota on the 31st day of October, 1889 seized of an estate of inheritance in cer tain lands the county of Mille Lacs State of Minnesota, described in said petition, and that more than five years have elapsed since the death of said Joseph Mallotte, deceased, and that administration has not been granted or had of said estate in thia State, ana praying that the descent of said lands be by this court determined and said lands assigned to such persons as may be entitled thereto by law Now, Therefore, It is ordered that the said petition be heard at a term of this court to be held at the court house, the Village of Princeton in- said county of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesota, on Saturday, the 20th day of AOTII A 1901, at 10 o'clock A It is further ordered that notice of said hear ing of said petition be given by the publication of this order for three successive weeks in the Princeton Union a weekly newspaper printed and published in said county Dated March 27,1901 VANALSTEIN, [Probate Seal 1 Judge of Probate First Publication Mar 7 1901 STATEe OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Mill Lacs ss In Probate Court Special Term, March 5 1901 In the matter of the estate of Sewell Phelps, deceased On reading and filing the petition of Chas A Dickey, administrator of the estate of Sewell Phelps, 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 Friday the29tbdayof March A 1901, at 10 o'clock A at the office of the 3udge of probate in the village of Princeton in said county And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested by publishing a copy of this oraer once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Princeton Union a weekly newspaper, printed* and published at Princeton in said county Dated at Princeton the 5th day of March, A 1901 By the Court, VANALSTEIN [Probate Seal Judge of Probate First Publication Mar 7 1901 STATEe OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Mill Lacs ss In Probate Court Special Term, March 5 1901 In the matter of the estate of Abigail Harris, deceased., On reading and filing the petition of Chas A Dickey, administrator of the estate of Abigail Harris deceased, representing among other things, that he has fully administered said es tate and praying that a time and place be fixed for examining, settling tmd 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 Friday, the* 29th day of March, A 1901 at 10 clock A at the office of the judge of probate in the vil lage of Princeton 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 day of hearing, tne Princeton Union a weekly newspaper printed and published at Princeton in said county Dated at Princeton the 5th day of March, A 1901 By the court VANAXSTEIN [Probate Seal Judge of Probate First publication Feb 28,1901 Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. Default having been made the payment of the sum of Four Hundred Six and 60-100 dol lars, which is claimed to be due and is due at the date of this notice upon a certain mort gage, duly executed and delivered by The Niksur Co operative Association, (a corpora tion) mortgagor, to George Newbert, mort gagee, bearing date the 21st-day of March, 1899, and with a power of sale therein contained, duly recorded the office of the Register of Deeds in and forJthe County of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota, on the 20th day of April 1899, at 10 o'clock A in Book N of Mortgages, on page 16 Which' said mortgage, together with the debt secured thereby, was duly as signed by said George Newbert, mortgagee, to Minnie Blakely by written assignment dated the 8th day of September 1900, and re corded in the office of said register of deeds, on* the 14th day of September, 1900, at 10 o'clock A in Book of mortgages on page 244 Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises de scribed and conveyed by said mortgage viz The north half of the north-east quarter and the south-east quarter of the north-east quar ter of section thirty 30 and the south-west quarter of the north-west quarter of section twenty-nine (29) in township forty-two (42) north of range twenty=five (25) west, 4th mer in Mille Lacs county and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances which sale will be made by the sheriff of said Mille Lacs county, at the front door of the court house, in the village of Princeton in said county and state, on the. 13th day of April 1901, at 10 o'clock A M, of that day, at public vendue, to the highest bidder for" cash, to pay said debt of Four ^Hundred Six and 60-100 a any time within one year fromm thttin daAntr sale, as provided by law Dated February 21, A. D. 1901 MlNNTB Lu-BLAKKtT, Assignee ot the Mortgagee. -MfCBAJLLKS, KKXTH, Attorney. ^-^^^5^- Oi: ft tf tf \i H6 Or ft to Persons holding county orders and warrants numbered as follows COUNTY REVENUE A884, 5951, 5952, 5958 5949, 5950, 5955, 5915 5928 5956,. 5957, 5953, 250 253 554 279 247, 259, 280 220, 265, 317, 1J55, 256, 277, 221, 266, 319, 303, 257 274, 232 268, 313, 301. 251 340, 258, 297, 246, 262, 314, 272, 248, 341, 350, ^19 267, A575, 347, 356, 348," 349, 357 358, 367 376, 386. 374, 375, 385, 291 Another War Romance tvvvw* 377, 387, 388, 389,90 COUNTY POOH 681, 664, 672 670 A302r 756, 678, 809, 796, 805 668 679 853, 798 807, 797 673, 671, 794, 80", 675, 806, 676, 87# 680, 417, 799 801 802 4582 674 800 795 804 &EN ROAD AND BBIDGE A591 A566, AC57 A630, A631 COUNTY ROAD AJM) BRIDGE 285, 287 288, 289 292 293, 286 295 296, 308, A436 A650, 307, 3j03, 294, 290, A886 A783, 459, 460, 444, 446, 451 452, 562 563 564, 565 566 567 568 574 443 456, 725 730, 750 751 749 727 728 Will please present to the county treasurer Princeton, Minn for payment, as interest on the above named orders and warrants will cease thirty days from and after this date Dated March 21st, 1"01 BTJRREIX Gounty Treasurer Mille Lacs County First Puolication Mar 7 1901 STATEe OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Mill Lacs ss~ In Probate Court In the matter of the estate of Isaac Farmer deceased The petition of Albert Wilhelm having been duly made and filed this court representing among other thmgs that one Isaac Farmer,, who resided last prior to his death at Prince ton, the State of Minnesota died intestate at said Princeton, in the county of Mille Lacs State of Minnesota prior to the year 1880 seized of an estate of inheritance certain lands the county of Mille Lacs State of Min nesota described in said petition, and that more than five years have elapsed since the death of said Isaac Farmer, deceased and that administration has not been granted or had of said estate this State and praying that the descent of said lands be by this court deter mined and said lands assigned to such persons as may be entitled thereto by law Now,\therefore, it is ordered that the said petition be heard at a term of this court to be held at the court house, in the village of Princeton, in said county of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesota, on Monday the 1st day of April A 1901 It is further ordered that notice of said hear ing of said petition be given by the publication of this order for three successive weeks in the Princeton Union a weekly newspaper printed and published said Mille Lacs county Dated March 5,1901 VANALSTEIN, IProbate Seal Judge of Probate First publication Mar 7 1901 STATEe OF .MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Mill Lacs ss In Probate ourt Special Term, March 5th, 1901 In the matter of the estate of Mary-Garter,, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Chas A Dickey, administrator of he estate of Mary Carter deceased, representing among other things, that he has fullv 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 Fridays, the 29th day of March, A. 1901, at 10 o'clock A. at the office of the judge of probate, the otu w/uu vi A- uui auiuuw out ituu ou-iw $* wi uiuc vi me juag 0 1 pr dollars, and interest, and the taxes, if any, on ^.village of Princeton in said county. said premises, and trwenty-flve dollars, attor- And It is further ordered, that notice thereof ney's ees* as stipulated in and by said mort- gryen-to all persons interested by publish- gagein case of foreclosure.and the disburse- mg a copy of this order once in each weelrfor ments allowed by law, subject to redemption, three successive weeks prior to said day att anv Hmn nnf/vpa.-r fro nt hoai^ncr fnr D^.Union,IJ TT_ ,_ ~i_._ hearing,farth a weeklof Princeton newspaperl printed and published at Princeton, in said county. ItS!LiM Princeto the 5th day of March A. D. 1901 33a**&- Bythecouxt, &FO- [Probate SeaLj/H^T -Judge of Probate. HVVW Love Across The Lines. A charming story of love and adventure by HARRY $ STILfeWELL EDWARDS. The tale deals with events of the civil war during the siege, and fall of Richmond and abounds in surprising situations. It is one of the J. B. Lippincott company's literary successes and we have no hesitancy in recommending it to our readers. See that your subscription is fully paid up, for you will regret the loss of a single chapter after you have begun the story. The price of the UNION still remains $1.00 per year in advance. WKS W W VB^ R. C. DUNN, Publisher. NOTICE! 1 i a 360 216, 305, 329, 321, 326 334, 343, 352 361, 370 379 4 261,-208,' 217 218, 302, 304, 330, A818, 281 316, Ma 7,190y1 ,?FirstFPublication MINNESOTA,rf O Mille Lacsss Jens Probate Court Special Term, March 6,1901 252 209, 219, 299, 315 322, 327 337 346, 355, 364 373, 382, 392 310, 328, 320 273 333, 342 351, 263 335 344 353, 362, 371, 380, tat de^else i matter0 Letters of -administration on the estate of Bartholomew Healey oclaims Sherburne~bountvs .n'^f tfaat all and demand of ordered 264, 336 345, 354 363, 372, 381, 391 ^Persons against said estateS1be presented to SS5S2 S ^^aation allowance at the probate office, three court house in Prinppt!nf In said county^ oen Saturdayffhe Tth^a^nf0y Septembetrh 1901 at 2 o'clock It i fu er i incetond at ?l, a 59 i^iSZi m* COUNTY Mar HealeyF,O months from tn aand a the date hereof be allowed to creditors tw-- sent their claims against said estate at tha. expiration of which time all claims not pre sented to said court or not p-oven to its satis faction shall be forever barred unless for cause shown further time be allowed Ordered further that notice of the time and place of the hearing and examination of said claims and demands shall be~gi\en by publish ing this order once in each week for three suc cessrve weeks,, the Princeton Union a weekly newspaper printed an published at Princeton,fo in said countPyr A the 6th day March A 190] By the court, r_ 3 1 VANALSTEIN IProbate Seal, 1 Judpe of Probate- First Publication Mar J.S 1901 OF CJTATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY *f Mille Lacs ss In Probate Court Special Term March 23 1901 In the matter of the estate of Daniel Horgan deceased 6 On receiving and filing the-petition of Louis kllenbrok of the city of St Louis Missouri representing, among other things that Daniel"" Horgan late of the city of St Louis in the State of Missouri on the 23rd day of April A 1896 at the city of St Louis died intestate, and being an inhabitant of this county at the time of his death leaving estate within this county and that the said petitioner is a princi pal creditor of said deceased and uraying that administration of said estate be to Henlv granted It is ordered, that said pteition be heard be fore this Court, on Thursday the 18th day of April A 1901, at 2 clock M., at the pro bate office, in the court house in Pnneeton in said county Ordered-further that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased and to all persons interested by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Princeton Union, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Princeton, in said county Dated at Prmceton the 23rd day of Marcn A 1901 By the court ,_ VAN ALSTEIN [Probate Seal Judge of Probate FirstPubheationFeb 7,1901 Foreclosure by Advertisementr" Whereas, default has occurred in the condi tions of the following described real estate mortgage, by reason of which the power of sale therein contained and therewith recorded has become operative, which said mortgage was made by Gustavus Larson, mortgagor, to Gus~ taf Anderson, mortgagee, is dated thefirstday of June A 1898, and was with said power of sale duly recorded the office of the register of deeds of the county of Mille Lacs the State of Minnesota, on the third day of June A. 1898, at 9 o'clock AJi.m book of Mortgages on page 619, and covers and mortgages thefol lowing described real estate situate said) county of Mille Lacs, to-wit The northeast quarterr on section twenty-five (25), township (39 th ,y? 3 and range twenty-sevenin (27 There is claimed to be- due and there is due upon the debt secured by said mortgage at the date of this notice the sum offiverhundredand fifteen dollars, and no action or other proceed ing at law or otherwise has been instituted to recover the same or any part 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 a, Lacs or his deputy at the front door of the court house in Princeton, the county seat of said county of Mille- Lacs, on Saturday, the thirtieth day of March, A. D. nineteen hun dred and one, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day Dated this thirtieth day of January, A. 1901. ji^t 5 ^p^ GUSTAF ANDERSON, ~n 4.*"" *5*"C ^A- Mortgagee^ O.M. HALL, zzS^mgzz