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Through the courtesy of the UNI ON this space is granted to the W The press super intendent assumes all responsibility for the sentiments and statements contained herein Our Motto For God and Home and Native Land 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 RS N LIBBY President, RS LOUISA ANTHOI NB Secretary, RS A DA FARNH AM Treasurer W. C. T. U. at Fort Worth. The mayor of Foit Worth, in hib address of welcome to the W C. T. said: I can truthfully say that never in rny life have I ever addressed any assembly that, to my mind, was a& lepresentative of the highest cituen&hip of our land. Nations unboin shall use up to bless that matchless trinityWoman, Cbii^ti.initA, Tempeiance." 1 welcome fiom Mr. Talbot Owens, manager of the Mail-Tele ffiam, sho^s the appieciation of the pie-^. "The pies& of the civ ilized woild has followed the woik of the Womans* Christian Tempei ance Union step by step, until at this time there is no class of men on eaith, save perhaps the police officers of the great cities, that are better acquainted with the war that you are waging against the vice and sin of the world than the gen tlemen ot the presb. Even now thousands of messages are going over the wnes to two thousand newspapeis in the United States thiough the Associated Press, and men will work all night as long as ou convention is assembled in Foit Woita." Captain Paddock mfoimed the delegates that "Texas glows it-? own bananas and oianges and freeze* its own ice, but there was not a distillery in the State. I behe\e youi woik, I endorse all you do. I lecognize and appieciate the gieat goodyouha \e done for humanity fiom the birth of your organization up to the piesent time. Mi&. Stoddard, State presi dent ot the W C. T. U. said, "even the vtai- in then courses are bid dino on welcome The most glonous ila\y of planets that has been seen foi twelve centuiies is welcoming It will be thirty one hundred }eais aftei Chust befoie that galaxy shall appear i gam Our own Bessie Lay the Scovell lesponded for the States in the Mississippi Valle\. Thnty-i\ original crusadeis weie on the floor of the convention at one time in lesponse to a call fiom the chan The banner for the largest per cent of inciease as carried off by Oklahoma. Mi Baikei, national treasurer, icpoited the leceiptb foi the yeai wcie $24,452 54 Mr- E P. Row, whose husband 1-1 cousin ot the author, furnished beautiful tea loses to all the dele gates Twenty -eight addresses were made Sunday by members of the convention The anti-cigaiette league gained -J75 members 4,091 pupils listened to our speakers. EFFIE A BURGAN.. Saw Death Near. "Itoftenmademy heartache," writes Over&treet, of Elgin, Tenn., "to hear my wife cough until it seemed her weak and sore lungs would collapse Good doctors said she was so far gone with consumption that no medicine or earthly help could save her, but a friend recommended Dr. King's New Discov ery and persistent use of this excellent medicine saved her life It's absolute ly guaranted for coughs, colds, bron chitis, asthma and all throat and lung diseases 50c and $1 at A Jack's druff store Trial bottles free i SCHOOL NOTES. A Miss Elmira Cutler of the Fresh man class, spent her Thanksgiving holiday with her sister at Mora. The pupils are back from their Thanksgiving vacation, feeling moie like woik after their brief lest. About twenty five visitois weie piesent at the exercises and enter tainment given by the eighth grade last week. The laboratory tables have been painted green. I is to be hoped that it will not have a bad efteet on the pupils. Hany Tyler of Decorah, Iowa, entered the eighth grade this week and Geitrude VanAlstine, from Minneapolis, has entered the sev enth giade. There has been about a halt dozen new scholars admitted to the school this week. The school library received this week four big mail sacks full of congressional records and miscel laneous documents from Uncle Sam's headquaiters in Washington. A good deal of the reading is more 01 less dry to the average scholar, but a perusal of the reports and lecords will give one much inside history into the affairs of our gov ernment. I these reports some of our "great" statesmen, who Am^,^^^^^#i were destined to be "born to blush unseen and waste their beauty on the desert air" of congress, appear as the saviors of their country. A Woman's Awful Peril. "There is only one chance to save your life and that is through an operation," were the startling words heard by Mrs. I. B.Hunt of Lime Ridge,Wis from her doctor after he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful caseof stomach trouble and yellow jaundice. Gall stones had formed and she constantly grew worse. Then she began to use Electric Bitters which wholly.cured her. It's a wonder ful stomach, liver and kidney remedy, Cures dyspepsia, loss of appetite Try it. Only 50 cts Guaranteed For sale by A Jack I ONAMIA. A very pleasant party was given at the residence of David Magee Saturday night. The turkey shoot and raffle Thankskiving gave many of the settles a turkey dinner John McClure will build a risi dence at Onamia in the spring, having sold his house at Edith. The Indian payment is over and the usual amount of tanglefoot is now being distubuted among them W N. Peterson has taken pos session of his new store here, and will carry a stock of general mer chandise. Sunday school was organized here Sunday. The meetings will be held over Bolster's store. Mr Raymond will also preach theie every two weeks. The postoffice at Onamia has been moved to Cundy & McClure's store, where its patrons can be served fourteen hours a day, and seven days in the week. Deacon Potts of Lawrence at tended payment at Vineland, and while theie secured another town site and a sawmill with which to boom Pottstown I wouldn't do to sa that he got them playing seven up. Geo Hazzard, who worked in John Goss' camp, was seriously injured Sunday morning by the bin sting of an emeiy wheel which he was using in gumming cross cut saws. A piece of shell stiuck him in the foiehead, ciushing the skull. was taken to Milaca, wheie Dr. Bacon diessed the wound. A Good Cough Medicine. |_riom the Gazette Toowoomba Austialia I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine. I have been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months, and it has effected a cure. I have great pleasure in recom mending it W WOCKNER This is the opinion of one of our oldest and mo&t respected residents, and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others may try the remedy and be bene fited, as was Mr Wockner remedy is sold by Princeton Drug1 CThe Indians who were temporarily settled around here have all left. Geo Hulei made a trip to Little Falls this week, and returned Sun day. Two deer were seen crossing the thoroughfare Sunday at Mr. Jew ell's place. When fine oak wainscoating is needed call at the Vineland lumber company's yard. The time for skating parties on the big lake is at hand, but none have yet been formed. Sam Mattson of Lawrence, and E. W Cundy of Onamia, were here last Monday and Tuesday. The squaw dance last Tuesday in Daigle's hall proved quite a curi osity, even to some of the pioneer settlers of this country. The masquerade ball here on Thanksgiving, was attended by a good crowd. Courtesies aie extended to the people of the neighboring towns for their pat ronage. The Sunday school under the supervision of Miss Wold and Miss Hise, is attended with unex pected success. A class of seven young men was formed Sunday. Collection for a Christmas tree was also made by Miss Florence Sullivan and met with equal suc cess, everybody being glad to con form to her requirements. Used by the ladies of fashion all over the world. It's without doubt the greatest beautifier ever offered the American women 35c Made only by Madison Medicine Co. C. A Jack I COVE. Mr. G. Anderson is in the cities this week. O. Alberts has moved into his new home. Martin Lynch is busy erecting a fine large barn. Axel Humble has decided to re main here permanently. A Mr. Stanley of Maine Prairie, was here this week with a view to safeagg^^ purchasing the saw-mill and estab lishing a general store at this point. Mr. A. Gunter will remove with his family to Vineland thisaveek. Grant McClure and brother of Milaca, did business here last week. R. E Peterson has just pur chased 160 acres of land in section 24. A. A. Carlileof Morgan, Minn., is here looting up a land invest ment. Mr. Erickson, the land man of Milaca, was here on business last Thursday. Nine tickets were sold for the dance given at Bay View House Thanksgiving eve. An interesting Thanksgiving pro gram was given at the school in District No. IT, and listened to by quite a number of the friends and parents of the pupils. A fine Chiistmas tiee piogiam, to be fol lowed by a basket supper, will be given at the school house on Christ mas e\ e. THE PRINCETON UNION THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1901. A Snell wanted to attend a party, but was fifiaid to do so on account of pains in his stomach, which he feared would grow wort He sajs "I was telling my troubles to a lady friend who said 'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will put \ou in condition for the party I bought a bottle and take pleasure in stating that two doses cured me and enabled me to have a good time at the party Mr Snell is a resident of Summer Hill, N Y. This remedy is for sale by Prince ton Drug Co FORESTON. Geo. Deans drove to Princeton Saturday. i. Aimitage of Piinceton, was in town Tuesday evening. Miss Louisa Emard spent her Thanksgiving with patents at ley. Mrs. Skeins of Sauk Rapids, is visiting her daughtei, Mis. Greenough. Mis. W Fieei spent a few da} in town last week visiting hei son Chaile-. Afew of oui oung people spent Thanksgiving at Fole}, and passed a \ei} pleasant time. A dance was given in Malone's hall Thanksgiving evening, and a nice ciowd was in attendance. A family has now7 Says He Was Tortured. "I Suffered such pain from corns I could hardly walk," writesH. Ribinson. Hillsborough, 111 "but Bucklen't, Arni ca Salve completely cured them Actb like magic on sprains, brui&es, cuts, sores, scalds, burns, boils, ulcers. Per fect healer of skin diseases and piles Cure guaranted by C. A Jack 25c. FREER. Able Engman and Tom Jensen left for Colorado last week. Aug. Stark returned home last Friday, after a visit to lelatives at St. Cloud. Hans Peihl, who has been on a short visit to Mille Lacs lake, re turned last Friday via Princeton. The new saw mill is rapidly nearing completion. I is situated about a quarter of a mile west of where the old mill was located. SusanThe pimples, sores and black heads are danger signals Take Rocky Mountain Tea, you'll give a farewell reception to your troubles 35c A Jack. XEW GERMANY. Skating has suffered sadly from Monday's snow fall. Axel Bragge went to Minneapo lis on business last week. Miss Ida Shimming has returned from her visit to Monticello. Ernest Sellhorn has returned from a visit to her uncle in Mill ward. Misses Inez and Elmina Cutler visited their sister Mary, in Mora, during their vacation. Mrs. Fred Reem is recovering rapidly from the injuries she ve ceived in the runaway. Mr Ellenbaum's new house is now ready for occupancy. I does credit to our neighborhood. Mrs. Noeske is said to be very sick. A few years ago a falling tree injured her quite badly. Sh has never been quite well since. Misses Mattie Newman, Mamie Yotten and Minnie Sellham, who are attending school in Princeton, spent their vacations at their homes in the green woods. Miss Erlich gave a Thanksgiving entertainment at the Woodard Brook school Wednesday night. Mr. Fred Schenk visited some of his friends up here. has now gone east and enlisted for three years' service in the regular army. 'SWEETBUNCH O DAISIES." Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try them When jou feel dull after eating. When jou have no appetite. When you have a bad taste in the mouth When voui liver is torpid When \our bowels are constipated When jou have a headacne When you feel bilious They will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate vour liver and bowels For sale by Princeton Drug Co GEEMASY. 1 moved into the old Livens house, Livens having moved into the adjoining house, which he has purchased. Geo. Lockwood is village mar shal now, and we hope there will be no more such scenes on the streets as there have been in the past Mr. and Mis. Chas. Freer are rejoicing over the amval of a daughter at their home Tuesday evening, Nov. 26th Mother and child aie both doing well. (Too Late for Last Week Aithui Steeves hab erected a windmill on the Steeves place W are glad to welcome Mr. Mai ion Carter to our circle of young people again. Mi. Hartei has razed his old bam, thus improving the looks of his farm considerably Mr. Wm. Francis has sold a span of his fine driving horses to Mi. Bankson of Dal bo. Miss Carrie Swanson has return ed to her home in Dalbo, after a week spent at W Chisholra's. Rev. Henry Orrock of Santiago, preached his farewell sermon in the Gates school house Satuiday. Nov 17. Mi William Gerth has left for Missoun, where he will spend Thanksgiving and Christmas with his uncle, Mr. Geith. Miss Marv Kuhrke has returned to hei home Minneapolis, after a visit with her parents Mr. and Mr- August Kuhrke Wm. S( hmidt has built a black smith shop on Geo Schmidt's farm. Glad vou have Will, for it will save the faimeis a tup to town to hav then horse- shod Two voung men advertised to give us a splendid entei tainment last Satiudaj evening in the Schmidt school house, but only one man showed up, the other one being seen in one of Princeton's saloons Satuidav, evening Fine class of people to enter the school-house and entei tarn people Thev can do moie haim in one evening than a week's talk on moials will do good ROGERS Food Changed to Poison. Putrifving food in the intestines pro duce^ effects like those of arsenic, but Dr King Ne.v Life Pills, expel the poisons from clogged bowies, gently, easily but surely, curing constipation, biliousness, sick-headach, fevers, all liver, kidnev and bowel troubles Only 25c at A Jack's drug store BLUE HILL. (Too Late for Last Week Reed Gladden has moved into his new home. Mr. Tom Belair is pressing hay for Mr. Numan. F. Morrill has returned from his visit to his mother in Minne apolis. Rumor says Miss Georgia Mer gel is to teach in District No. 31 this winter in Baldwin. Henry Mergel, who has been visiting in the west with his child ren, reports good times out there and settlers doing well generally. About thirty of the friends of Elmer Stevenson gave himself and wife a surprise last Friday even ing, presenting them with a nice oak rocking chair as a token of their esteem. They gave his bride a most hearty welcome. All pres ent enjoyed themselves, and after partaking of a lunch started home, all wishing the happy couple a long and prosperous life. W E. Bailey of North Dakota, made a short visit to his father and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marsh have been on a visit to their friends in Minneapolis. Mrs. McKnite and son, from Mora, have been visiting here with her mother, Mrs. Abby Gladden and family. There was a good turnout at the social at C. W Taylor's. The next social will be held at Mrs. Ed. Carpenter's, next Friday night. All come and have a good time. H. Mergel has been put in mind again what it cost to be a soldier of Uncle Sam from 1861 to 1865. is again suffering from the shell wound received at Nashville in '64. The wound has been a source of much pain ever since. Fifteen of our people were pres ent at Thansgiving services at the M. E Church in Greenbush, on ^ilillillliMllMllllliilllliiil liliiifrihlillll^^ Wednesday evening of last week. After the sermon Mr. and Mrs. Walker entertained those present with a fine lunch and coffee. R. S. Gladden, Galbraith and sister. Miss Mattie, Mr. and Mrs. Mergel, attended the quarterly meeting at Greenbush last Monday evening, and had a chance to hear another of those good sermons of Dr. Robt. Forbes, the presiding elder. C. W Watson, from Providence, Rhode Island, who has been in town for some time attending to some legal matters for his sister-m law, Mrs. Addie E. Watson, went to Noith Dakota on Tuesday morn ing'b train to find him a home on the prairies of the northwest. First Publication Nov 21 1901 STATEe OF MINNESOTA COUNTS O Mill Lacq ss In Probate Court Special Term No\ ember 19th 1901 In the matter of the estate of Joseph Jesmer deceased On receiving and filing the petition of Louis Jesmer of the county of Mille Lacs Minn representing among other things that Joseph Jesmer late of the county of Mille Lacs in the State of Minnesota on the ,38th day of Septem ber A 1901 at the county of Mille Lacs died intestate and being an inhabitant of this county at the time of his death leaving goods chattels and estate within this county and that the said petitioner is i son of said deceased and praj ing that administration of said estate be to N E Jesmei granted It is ordered that said petition be heard be fore this court [on Saturdaj the 21st day of December A 1901 at 2 clock at the probate office in the court house the llgae of Princeton 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 successn weeks prior to said day of hearing in theJPrmceton Union a week ly newspaper printed and published at Prince ton in said county Dated at Princeton the 19th day of November A 1901 By the court "VANALSTEIN |Probate Seal 1 Judge of Probate First Publication Nov 21 1901 STATEe OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF Mill Lacs ss In Probate Court Special Term No\ ember 14th 1901 In the matter of the estate of Joseph Townsend (sometime* written Town send) deceased The petition of Preston Jackson vand Charles Bechhoefer having been duly made and filed in this court from which it appears that thev aie the grantees of the heirs of said Joseph 11 Townsend deceased who resided last prioi to his death in the town of Baldwin Sherburne countj Minnesota and who died intestate in said town of Baldwin on November 7th 1896 seized of an estate of inheritance in that ceitain tract of land in Mille Lacs countj State of Minnesota, to-wit The northwest quarter of section number twent\ seven (.27) in township number fortj (40) range numbei twenty-six (^6) according to the United States government survey there of and that more than h\ ears ha\ elipsed since the death of said Toseph II Townsend and that administration has not been granted or had of said estate in this St ite in setting forth that said petitioners aie the grantees ot the heirs it law of said deceased, and that such heirs became entitled to all of the interest of the decedent in said real estate possessed or owned bj him at Ins death and that petitioners are the owners of such real estate and praving that the court enter its decree assigning and distributing the proTo^rty above described to the persons thereto entitled by la\ Now therefoie it is ordered that the said petition be heard at a special term of this court to be held at the court house in the vil lage of Princeton in said Mille Lacs county Minnesota on Monday the 16th day of Decem bei A 1901 at 10 clock in the forenoon It is further ordeied th-it notice of said hear ing of said petition be given by the publication of this order for three successive weeks once in each-week the Princeton Union a weekly newspaper printed and published in said Mille Lacs countj VANALSTE IN TProbate Seal Tudge of Probate First publication Nov 7 1901 Sheriff's Sale By virtue of an execution issued out of and under the seal of the district court in ind for the countv of Mille Lacs and State of Minne sota upon a judgment rendered and docketed in the said court on the 11th day of JuU A 1899 in an action wherein Thomas Calev and Robert Neely partneis as Caley &, Neelv plaintiffs and Barrett Cartel dtfendint in av or of the sad plaintiff and against the said defendant for the sum of One Hundred Two and 75-100 dollars which execution was directed and delivered to me as sheriff in and for the said county of Mille Lacs I have this 18th day of October A 1901 levied upon all the right title and interest of the said defendant Barrett Carter in and to the following described real property to-wit Commencing at a point four (4) rods easterly of and parallel with the north erly line of block thirteen (13) in second addi tion to Milaca as the same is platted and of record in the register of deeds of said county thence southerly parallel with the easterly line of said block thirteen (13) twenty-hve (25) rods thence easterly at a right angle nine (9) rods thence northerly at a right angle twenty-fl\ (25) rods thence westerly to place of begin ning Notice is hereby given that I the under signed as sheriff as aforesaid will sell the above described real property to the highest bidder for cash at public auction at the front door of the court house in the village of Prince ton in the county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota on Saturday the Slst day of Decem ber, A 1901 at 10 clock A of that day, to satisfy the said execution together with the interest and costs thereon Dated October 31st A 1901 E CLAGGETT Sheriff of Mille Lacs County Minn First publication Dec 5 1901 Summons STATE OF MINNESOTA I County of Mille Lacs District Court Seventh Judicial District Owen Newton Plaintiff 1 against The unknown heirs of Moses Shei burne deceased alo ail other per sons or parties unknown claiming any right title estate lien or interest in or to the real estate herein described Defendants The State of Minnesota to the abovie named de fendants You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint is now on file in the office of the clerk of said court and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscriber at his office, the village of Princeton, in said county of Mille Lacs, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclu sive of the day of such service and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid the plaintiff in this action will apply to the said court for the relief demanded in the complaint together with the costs and disburse ments of this action Dated December 5, A 1901 CH AS A DICK EY Attorney for Plaintiff Princeton Minn Notice of Lis Pendens. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Mille Lacs District Court Seventh Judicial District OwenB Newton Plaintiff, vs The unknown heirs of Moses Sher burne deceased also all other per sons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in or to the real estate hereinafter described, Defendants Notice is hereby given that an action has been commenced in this court by the above named plaintiff against the above named de fendants the object of this action is to de termine the adverse claim of the defendants and to obtain the judgment of said court that the plaintiff is the owner of the premises herein described, and that the defendants have no right title, estate or interest in or to said land The premises affected by said action are situ ated in the county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota, and are described as follows Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), in block thirty three (33), of Princeton, according to the plat thereof now on file and of record in the office of register of deeds of said MiU Lacs county DatedDecmeber 5,1901 CHAS A DICKBT, Plaintiff's Attorney, Princeton, Minn 7 First Publication Dec 5,1901 Notice of Expiration of the Time i Which Redemption Can Be Made From Tax Sale. STATE OF MINNESOTA I County of MUle Lacs To Shaw Bosh Kung TAKE NOTICE That the foUowing described pieces or parcels of land assessed in your name situated the county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota viz Lo five (5) and the southwest quarter (S W H) of the northwest quarter (N W V) of section twenty-seven (27), also lot onefl) and the southeast quarter (S E of the northeast quarter (N E H) of section twenty eight (28) all in township forty-three (43) north of range twenty-seven (27) west of the 4th was pursuant to a tax judgment en tered in the district court of said county of Mille Lacs on the Slst day of March A 189S. in proceedings to enforce the payment of taxes delinquent upon real estate in said county for the year 1890 The above described land as sessed your name was on the 5th day of May A 1898 after due notice given of said sale offered for sale by the county auditor of said county to the highest bidder therefor who would bid not less than the amount for which said land was subject to be sold to pay said tax, penalty and costs no one bid on said offer an amount equal to that for which the same was subject to be sold and the same was bid in to the State of Minnesota for said amount being the sum of twenty and thirty-six hundredths aollars (SZO 36) that on the 6th day of May, A 1898 the said land still remaining unre deemed from said tax judgment sale Kobbins offered to pay the State of Minnesota the amount of twenty and thirty-six hun dredths dollars ($20 36) for an assignment of the title or interest of the State in said land which offer was duly accepted and thereupon Bobbins paid into the treasury of said Mille Lacs county the sum of twenty and thir tv-six hundredths dollars (S20 36) and there after on May 6th 1898 the auditor of said county made executed and delivered to Bobbins a State assignment certificate convey ing all the light title and interest of the State of Minnesota and to the above described land by irtue of said tax judgment sale to Robbins The said Robbms thereafter as purchaser on April 6 1899 paid the taxes for 1897 on the above described land amounting to twenty two dollars ($22) and on April 4 1899. said Robbins paid the taxes on said land as Diychaser for the year 1898 amounting to the sum of nineteen and forty-six hun dredths dollars ($19 46) and on May 16 1900, the said Robbins paid as purchaser the one-half of the amount of taxes against said land for the year 1899 being the sum of ten and and twenty-eight hundredths dollars (81028) and on April 1901 the said Robbins, paid as purchaser the balance of the tax for 1899 on said land amounting to twelve and ninetj hundredths dollars (in 90) That the amount required to redeem the above described land from said tax judgment sale is the sum of one hundred five and forty eight hundredths dollars (S10o 48) and interest thereon from July 1G 1901 at twelve per cent per annum as provided by statute In addition to the a,mount above stated as necessarv to redeem the land above described from said tax judgment sale the costs of the service of this notice must be paid together with such interest as may accrue from and af ter this date That the time allowed by law for redemption from said tax judgment sale will expire sixty days after the service of this notice and proof thereof has been filed in the ofhee of the audi tor of said countv ltness my hand and official seal at Prince ton in said county of Mille Lacs this 16th day of July 1901 E E WHITN EY ountv Auditor [Countj Auditor Seal STATE OF MINNESOTA County of Mille Lacs I hereby certify and return that I am famil iar with the land described in the notice of ex piration of redemption heieto attached and made a part hereof that on the 18th dav of July 1901 I lsited the said land ind found no one then and there in the actual occupation or in possession of the sime or any part thereof and that the said land is now wholly /acant and unoccupied I fuither certify and return that after due and diligent search and inquiry I have been unable to find the within named Shaw Bosh Kung within my said county and the aforesaid Shaw Bosh Kung cannot be found witnin said Mille Lacs county I hereby cei tifv that my fees for serving this notice are $14 i0 as follows Sheriff fees returning the aforesaid Shaw Bosh Kung not found 51 00 Copy 30 Travel 13 00 Total $14 30 E CLAGGETI Sheriff of Mille Lacs Co Minn Dated this 35th day of Julv 1901 First publication Nov 21 1901 CJTATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY O Mille Lacsss In Probate ourt Special Term Novembei 19th 1901 In the matter of the estate of Michael Rice deceased On reading and nling the petition of Joseph Levings executor of the estate of Michael Rice deceased representing among othei things that he has fully administered said estate and praying that a time and place be fixed for examining settling and allowing thefinalac count of his administration and for the assign ment of the lesidue 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 21st dav of December A 1901 at 10 clock A W at the piobate office in the court house in the village of Princeton in said county And it is further ordered that notice hereof '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, in the Princeton Union a weekly newspaper printed and published at Princeton in said county Dated at Princeton the 19th day of November A 1901 By the court VAI.ALSTEIN, [Probate Seal Judge of Probate. First publication Nov 21,1901 STATEe OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF Mill Lacs ss In Probate Court In the matter of the estate of Maria Maguire deceased The petition of Warren Carter having been duly made and filed in this court, repre senting among other things that one Maria Maguire who resided last prior to her death at Greenbush in the State of Minnesota died intestate at said town of Greenbush in the county of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesota, on the 9th day of November, 1874, seized of an estate of inheritance in certain lands in the county of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesota de scribed in said petition and that more than five years have elapsed since the death of said Maria Maguire deceased and that administra tion has not been granted or had of said estate in this State and praying that the descent of said lands be by this court determined, and said lands assigned to such persons as may Tae 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 Prince ton in said county of Mille Lacs, State of Min nesota on Saturday the 14th day of December 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 in said Mille Lacs county, Min nesota Dated Nov ember 30th 1901 VAN ALSTEIN [Probate Seal Judge of Probate First publication Nov 21 1901 Notice of Sale of Real Estate at Private Sale. STATE OF MINNESOTA I County of Mille Lacs In Probate Court In the matter of the estate of Joseph Hickey deceased Notice is hereby given that by virtue of and in pursuance of an order of license made in said matter by the probate court of the county of Mille Lacs, Minnesota, on the 22nd day of October A 1901 I will offer for sale at pri vate sale from and after the 5th day of De cember, A 1901, all those tracts or parcels of land situate and being in the county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota, described as fol lows, to-wit Lot one (1) and the south half of the southeast quarter (s"4 of sej) and the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter (nwtf of sein of section three (3), in township forty-two (42) north of range twenty-seven (27) west of the 4th principal meridian, containing 147 and 15-100 acres more or less according to the United States government survey thereof Proposals for the purchase of said above de scribed real estate will be received and con sidered by the undersigned, at Enksonville O Mille Lacs county, Minn The terms of sale will be cash upon the approval of said sale by the probate court of said county, and the delivery of a properly executed conveyance of said real estate Dated October 31st, 1901 E CUNDY, Administrator of the estate of Joseph Hickey, deceased