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I SCHOOL NOTES.
Alice Ecklund has entered the sixth grade. Miss Murdock went to Milaca Saturday night, returning Monday. Edwin Thompson of Blue Hill, entered, the eighth grade last Tues day. Charlie Brace, of the eighth grade, has gone to attend school at St. Cloud. Chester Taylor has returned to the ninth grade, after an absence of two weeks. Lulu Weiss, of the eighth grade, will not attend school any longer, but will take up the study of music. A group of the high school girls had their picture taKen by Miss Essie Burgan last Tuesday after noon. The eighth grade has begun a new kind of work, preparatory for the comins: examination. Each day after the general history lesson one pupil chosen the day before, stands before the school and gives a summary of the day's lesson, sub ject to criticism by the other pupils of the class. What you doin' neighbor? Helping Bill. What's Bill doin'? Helping Mandy. What's Mandy doin' Help ing mother. What's mother doin' Takinff Rocky Mountain Tea Sensible family. For sale by C. A. Jack. FORESTOK. Henry Panchot spent Sunday at home. Joe Kniffin is able to be around again. Miss Julia Stone left for Mora Saturday evening. Jim and Oney Bracken spent Sunday in town with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Lafontisee left for their home in Bemidji Monday. Mrs. Sanford is spending a few days visiting her mother, Mrs. M. C. Northwa}-. Maud Emard of Foley spent a few days visiting her sister who is teaching here. The Maccabees expect to give a dance Friday evening. A fine time is expected. REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP. Little Boy's Life Saved. I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It saved my little boy's life and I feel that I can not praise it enough. I bought a bottle of it from A. E. Steere of Goodwin, S. D., and when I got home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe. I gave the medicine as directed every ten minutes until he "threw up" and then I thought sure he was going to choke to death. We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings. I am positive that if I had not got that bottle of cough medicine, my boy would not be on earth to-day. JOEL DKMONT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale by Princeton Drug Co. FREEH. John and Elmer Gardner are cutting wood for Dennis Salee. Axel Johnson is hauling cord wood from his old place in Milo this week. John Lynch, who is engaged in railroad work at Milaca was" home on a visit Sunday. Mr. Robert King and Mr. Oscar Stark, of Princeton, were up on a short visit to the hitter's parents Sunday afternoon. Miss Ida .Croonstrom sprung a pleasant surprise on her friends and acquaintances by quietly get ting married at Minneapolis. Though we were unable to learn the name of the happy man, we wish to present the couple with our compliments and best wishes. Let us speak of man as we find him, And censure only what we see Remembering that no one can be perfect, Unless he uses Rocky Mountain Tea. For sale by C. A. Jack. :N O^AMIA. I Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sherman re turned from Milaca to-day. A first-class weather prophet can find steady employment at this point at good salary. John Smith made a trip to Milaca Sunday on his way to Anoka. He will return Wednes day. S. H. Davis, of Minneapolis, and Henry Keller of Sauk Centre, were in town on business last week. Bert Wetsel who has been a lit tle under the weather with a bad cold for the past week is now well again. Since the change in the post office here the business of the of fice has nearly doubled and a large number of patrons who had been getting their mail at other offices |^f ^efWl^^^ THE PBXNfCETdi* UKloW: on account of dissatisfaction here are now all patronizing this office. The lumbermen are doing good work although the weather is not cold. The ice roads are holding their own although the weather is not cold enough for tanking. What would you think of your gro cery man if he sold you sand for sugar? What do you think of a druggist who offers you a substitute for the Madison Medicine Co's Rocky Mountain Tea. For sale by C. A. Jack. OKTH GERMANY. Eichards is hauling baled hay from Rob. Steeves' place to feed his cattle. An ,eighty pound lynx was killed in Bogus Brook by one of our wonderful hunters. One of Albert Leuch's daugh ters is seriously ill. He drove to town with her Monday. Mr. Geo. Ransom went to Clear Water the first of the week to visit friends and transact business. Geo. Schmidt has a mill which runs every Friday and Saturday, grinding feed for his neighbors stock. Henry Sorgee has moved to his new home in Greenbush, and Ger many will not see his happy face as often as formerly. Gotleib Krumsic is making his friends happy by sawing their wood for them. It's a good work and shall be rewarded. As Rev. Kanuff was holding revival service at Clear Water, there was no preaching at the M. E. church here Sunday. An enjoyable time was had at a dance at Albert Reichow's Satur day night. So you see that Ger many is not as dead as reported. Mr. Frank Cronquist left Mon day morning for Wisconsin, where he will keep a butcher shop. He will shortly be followed by his family. Another unluckly man in Ger many. He tried to haul a load of iron wood poles, but the sleding was so poor that he broke the roller on his sled. Many of our young people were disappointed when they learned that the league meeting was last Saturday evening instead of next, as they supposed. Miss Cutler is very much pleased with her new curtains and desires to thank the board for the prompt ness with which they have procured the supplies for the school. Rhinold Jopp is putting in a new saw mill on his place and will soon be ready to saw lumber for his neighbors. Just give him a lift by hauling your saw logs to him. August Kuhrke will have his cob mill ready to run next Friday. This will be a great improvement on his other mill, for then the corn had to be shelled before it was sent to the mill. We have three wise men, Messrs. Harter, Reck and Myers. A man from Delano has been putting in tubular wells for them and we hope they will no longer be troubled with their wells running dry. Gus Manka and sons, Henry Hietman and Wm. Schilling, went fishing Monday at Spectacle Lake. We have not learned what success they had, but hope they captured a good supply of the finny tribe. Fred Sorgee had a good chance to enjoy ladies company last Wed nesday evening, for a crowd of our young people assembled at his bachelor's quarters and spent the evening dancing, time All report a fine CRUSIC. Anderson visited Mrs. E. B. relatives here Sunday. Emmet Mark was out in this section last Thursday buying hogs. Mrs. Frank Libby spent several days of last week in Minneapolis. Wm. Hackler and Gust Marks are cutting wood for Wm. ^Neu mann. Frank Libby and James Chis holm are hauling their "dollar" potatoes. Mr. Holthus and Edward Ander son spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Bensemann. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rudolph ex pect to leave here soon and go to Little Falls to reside. There will be a grand ball at Eddie Cater's Saturday night, Jan. 25. All are cordially invited. Mr. Applegate and daughter, Mrs. E. M. Chapman, spent a few hours at James Chisholm's Monday. M. Marks went up Friday and burned off his meadow to prevent the fire north from destroying his hay. Fred Steeves was on the sick list several days of last week. Fred says it was not smallpox, only vac cination. Miss Anna Hoffmann [and friend of St. Paul, who have been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Marks, returned home last week, and Johnny's heart is broken. Mrs. F. A. Coones of Winona^ arrived Tuesday evening to spend a few days with her niece, Mrs. J. W. Chisholm. New Angelica was mistaken about Mr. Richards erecting the wind mill on R. H. Steeves' farm, it being A. H. Steeves. Puts gray matter in your head. Brings a rosy glow to faded cheeks. Restores vim, vigor, mental and physi cal happiness. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35c. C. A. Jack. THREE CORKERS. Baldwin, Wyanett, Princeton. 5 School in district 24 closed last Friday. Arthur Lindel and Emanuel Lindgren have gone to Minneapo lis. Henry Howard of Wyanett,'is quarantined at his home with small pox. Many of the farmers have com menced hauling some of their pota toes to market. Mr. and Mrs. John Shannon made a flying trip to Minneapolis last week, returning the same day. Some of our young folks attend ed the Maccabee dance Friday night. A good time was reported. School in district 46 in Wyanett is closed on account of the teacher, Mrs. Will Leathers, being ill with smallpox. LeBoy Whitney, who has been visiting his brother, Geo. Whitney, returned to his home in Albert Lea, last week. Mrs. S. J. Holleen, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ax, returned to her home in Dallas, Wis., last week. Sam and Don Sausser are getting a large part of their land cleared up this winter. They are getting their timber sawed into stove wood by horse power. O. D. Orne and some of the young folks are trying to organ ize a young peoples' society. They will meet next Sunday at the school house in district 24 at 3 p. m. BLUE HILL. 1 Mrs. Hall and Alfred are visiting with Mr. Storey's people. Galbraith brothers marketed their potatoes at Big Lake last week. No more cases of smallpox have been reported. We sincerely hope none will appear. W. Thompson, who has been down to Minneapolis and Brook lyn, returned to his home last week. E. L. Marfard and H. W. A. Mergel, are taking a look at a por tion of North Dakota, at the pres ent time. Rene Ceene has returned home from Bridgeman, where she has been with her sister, Mrs. Toole, who has been sick for a time. Quite a number of our- young people attended the dance and raffle at Santiago last Friday night. Andy Reed of Santiago, drew the rifle. Please note that the oyster sup per which was to be on Friday night has been deferred until some future time, after the smallpox shall have had its run and no dan ger of spreading it. GEEEKWOOD. Miss Eliza Reem is said to be quite ill. Mrs. Nesky, who has been ill for some time, is improving quite rap idly. Mr. Rosin has bought Mrs. Paul Johnson's farm, which joins his own. Mrs. Geo. Bradford is seriously ill. We all hope for her speedy recovery. Mary Steinback spent Saturday and Sunday with Alice Hiller of Crown postoffice. Misses Minnie and Carrie West blad from Minneapolis are visiting with relatives and friends up here? The Greenwood League met at the lower school house last Sat urday night. A literary program was given, which all present pro nounced as one of the best. The term of the officers having expired new ones were elected. We appear under anew title this week, as some one else has taken a liking to our old one. But beino peaceable and never having been very fond of "New Germany" any way, we shall hereafter appear under the title of "Greenwood," as the pioneers used to call this part of the country along Rum river. For Sate. House and two lots,' on north side of river, for saleFRANK 4-6 T^UBSBAT/JAKUABT AHNUAL REPORTS -OF THE Tillage Recorder and Tillage Treasurer of the Village of Princeton, Minn., for the Tear Ending Jan. 7th, 1902. RECORDER'S REPORT. Cash in village treasury Village hall, lot and coal shed Lot 4, block 7, Damon's Two chemical enginestrucaddition 5S.5 an ladder oo 1,000 feet 2Yi inch Are hose 50 feet extra hose One-half dozen fire buckets One 2-wheeled hose cart Soda and chemicals Four stoves and pipe i. One steel cage One office desk Two oil tanks Oil measures and pump One road grader One wheel scraper One slush scraper Election booths and ballot boxes Two stand pipes Water fountain and base Tools and furniture in electric light plant Wood, coal, oil and electrical supplies on hand Due village for lights, water and elec trical fixtures Electric light and water plant com plete New street lights installed and ext'en tions 1901 Two steel bridges Six stone cross walks Foley Bean Lumber Co"...! T.H.Caley Wm. Young T.H. Caley B.P. Taylor B.P. Taylor Electric Appliance Co Twin City Iron Works.. J. W. Goulding American Electric Co Foley Bean Lumber Co.... A. Varney Wm Carland Moses Dufour L. N. Grow O. B. Newton B.P. Taylor FolevBean Lumber Co. Electric Appliance Co. T.H.Caley O. B. Newton B.P. Taylor Standard Oil Co W. M. Jones August Gebert Electrical Engineering Co S. Cravens J. J. Skahen Citizens State Bank American Electric Co J. W. Goulding Citizens State Bank T. H. Caley T.H.Caley H. Newbert J. W. Goulding B. D. Gram* Citizens State Bank Citizens State Bank B.P. Taylor O Newton Citizens State Bank Gillmore Rollins Co Frank Peterson Electrical Engineering Co T. F. Scheen H. Newbert N. E. Jesmer T. H. Caley L. S. Briggs R. E. Jones J. W. Goulding J. F. Petterson American Electric Co John Willhelm Gust Manke Total amount of orders outstanding. $8,653.03 4 bonds. State of Minnesota. 10,000.00 il/spepecent, cent, bonds, Minn. L. & T. Co 6,000 00 Total liabilities... 324,653.03 Assets over liabilities $10,897.67 Assets over liabilities, last settlement $10,315 17 Outstanding village orders, last set tlement $9,530.47 JOHN W. GOULDING, Village Recorder. TREASURER'S REPORT. The village of Princeton, State of Minnesota, in account with John F. Petterson, Treas. 1901, Balance T. F. Scheen T. F. Scheen T. F. Scheen County, mdse. furnished Mrs Eklund during quarantine. County, mdse. furnished Roy Briggs during quarantine.. County, mdse. furnished Mr. Bradford during quarantine Electric lights J. W. Goulding, peddler's license Electric light collections.... T. F. Scheen J. W. Goulding, Thornquist's license J. W. Goulding. Janikula's license Chas. A. Dickey. A. Berndt! Electric light collections do J. W. Goulding, lamps F. P. Morneau, license Electric light collections.. J.W. Goulding, sale of lamps Geo. Newton, fine, J. Olson J. W. Goulding, Morneau's license J. W. Goulding, rebate on freight J. W. Goulding, sale of tank Sjoblom & Olson, license County, use of jail 1900 Electric light collections.... J.W. Goulding, sale of wagon Electric light collections.... O. B. Newton, fine. Cowles Electric light collections Fine, Bergerson O. B. Newton, fine, Frank McClellan State, fire company's appor tionment J. W. Goulding, merry-go round license C. A. Dickey, fine, Frank Leathers Electric light collections.... do O. B. Newton, license J. W. Goulding, peddler's li cense. O. B. Newton, Elmer Roder. O. B. Newton, Ea Vogel J. W. Goulding, peddler's li cense J, W. Goulding, peddler's li cense J. W. Goulding, peddler's li cense O. B. Newton, fine, Chas Tibbetts O. B. Newton, fine, Oslund.. O. B. Newton, Hiram Cowles O. B. Newton, fine, J. Greprud J.W. Goulding, sale of lamps Collections O. B. Newton, fine. Holland. C. A. Dickey, fine, A. Conroy Chas. Moore, sale, of coal J. W. Goulding, sales 11. Collections Aug. 6. B. P. Taylor, coUections June-11. J. W. Goulding, sale of oil barrel Dec. 26. C. A. Dickey, fine, G. Hirtt.. 28. Collections Jan. 4. Collections Jan. 1. 3. 3. 7. 18. 18. 18. 18. 31. Feb. 5. 6. 21. 21. 23. 27. 28. 4. Mar. Apr. 2. 4." 16. 18. May 7. 16- 16. 21. 29. June 18. 22. July 9. 23. Aug. 1. 12. 15. 22. Sept. Oct. 10. 11. 12. 12. 15. 21. Nov. 13. 14. 15. 16. Dec. No. on easy terms. Inquire HENSCHEL, Princeton, Minn. 23, 1902.i 5041 Cr. $1.41 61.15 303.40 59.18 Wm. Miller, June salary, 1000 76 D. W. Spaulding, July and Aug. salary.1900 7 R. E. Jones & Bro.. labor on bridges and streets 9 Benj Soule. labor 81 Electrical Eng. Co., supplies'.'.'.'.'. 2 Princeton Union, printing 9 I 5'M- willard, ,W E $17.98 3,600.00 120.00 800.00 500.00 480.00 25.00 7.00 80.00 25.00 23.50 430.00 4.00 8.00 2.00 50.00 20.00 3.50 20.00 75.00 90.00 19,275.64 315.52 8,405.00 370.00 Total assets $35,550.70 LIABILITIES. Orders outstanding- No. 26 Gillett Herzog Mfg. Co. due 1902... $] 296 W. I. Gray & Co 297 298 299 300 301 312.50 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 571.68 480.00 11.22 99.28 3.75 155.81 76.60 50 00 28.38 72.89 23.85 22.25 344.29 21.20 8.25 7.77 6.55 35.70 102.00 63.95 82.43 163.45 50.00 102.00 37.47 9.10 20.55 263.12 9.54 40.00 42.00 51.56 21.75 56.34 127.17 184.47 13.20 22.44 5.62 1.45 283.61 102 00 50.00 19.05 2.67 11.90 92.74 4 10 3.90 44.00 4.00 4.00 4 00 47 35 60.00 56.35 34.65 27.13 27 31 21.08 10.30 14.76 2 R.E. Willard, Nov. salary, 1900.. 3 Citizens State Bank, insurance 4 T. H. Caley, supplies 5 R. E. Jones, labor 7 Improvement Bulletin, supplies 8 Princeton Drug Co., supplies 9 Buck & Cravens, labor... 21 Twin City Iron Works, supplies 2 S tandard Oil Co., supplies 3 J. N. Berg, supplies 4 Electrical Eng. Co., supplies... 5 Chas. Wilkins Co., supplies 6 Lon Mather, labor 7 Boston Coal Dock & Wharf Co., coal 8 D. C. Johnson, labor 9 J. W. Hartman. labor 20 Brown, Treacy & Co., supplies... 630 H. Newbert, labor 1 W. S. Page, labor 2 T. F. Scheen, labor 3 T. H. Caley, labor 6 Anderson & Herdliska, supplies. 9 G. D. Smith, supplies Northeastern Tel. C, telephoning Geo. E. Rice, freight.. 7 N. M. Smith, labor 8 Coxe Bros. Co.. coal 9 G.E.Rice, freight 0 D. W. Spaulding, Dec. saiai-y, 1900 1 R. E. Willard, Dec. salary, 1900 2 A. S. Anderson, revenue stamps 3 Boston Coal Dock & Wharf Co coal 4 Sjoblom & Olson, labor.'.."!. 5 Buck & Cravens, labor 6 Mpls Tubular Well Co., supplies 7 R.E. Jones & Bro., supplies.. 8 R. D. Byers, labor 9 Bryan Marsh Co., supplies 0 Electrical Eng. Co., supplies. 1 Boston Coal Dock & Wharf Co. coal 2 Citizens State Bank, interest T. F. Scheen, salary... Henry Newbert, oil tank Chas. Elder, labor Chas. Elder,labor B. P. Taylor, salary Eugene Shaw, salary D. W. Spaulding, salary Boston Coal Dock & Wharf Co freight Coxe Bros. Co., coal Princeton Union, printing Angus Varney, wood D. W. Spaulding, services.... Elmer Whitney, labor 6 J.W. Goulding, express and freight 7 Citizens State Bank, interest.. Standard Oil Co., oil Citizens State Bank, interest... Frank Krone, wood B. P. Taylor, Feb. salary, 190i Eugene Shaw, Feb. salary, 1901.. Chas. Elder, labor G. E. Rice, freight B. P. Taylor, labor Boston Coal Dock & Wharf Co.' coal Electrical Eng. Co., supplies....' Chas. Elder, labor J. N. Berg, supplies Northwestern Star Oil Co., oil G. E. Rice, freight Citizens State Bank,, interest!! G. C. Newton, salary for March.. B. P. Taylor, salary for March... 6 Eugene Shaw, salary for March. 7 ElecficalEng. Co., supplies.. 8 Am. Elec. Co., supplies 9 Buck & Cravens, supplies 00 J.W. Goulding, freight and ex' 1 Chas. Wilkins Co., supplies 2 Chas. Elder, labor ^lw,~- 3 Chas. Elder, labor 4 Northwestern Star,Oil Co., oii 5 Citizens State Bank, interest 6 Chas. Elder, labor 7 D. W. Spaulding, whistle for fire company 8 Coxe Bros., coal 9 B.P. Taylor April salary!!.'.'" 10 Eugene Shaw, April salary 1 Geo. C. Newton, April salary 2 T. L. Armitage, professional ser vices 3 Am. Elec. Co., supplies 4 Plumbing & Steam Fitting Co., supplies 5 Elec. Eng. Co., supplies 6 Sandy Pendleton, labor 7 Sandy Pendleton, labor Gouging, freight and ex N. M. Smith, freight Geo. C. Newton, salary Citizens State Bank, interest Elec. Eng. Co., supplies J. W. Goulding. freight and ex... B. P. Taylor. May salary Eugene Shaw, May salary Chas. Elder, labor 7 Eugene Shaw, salary 8 O. B. Newton, May salary 9 Am. Elec. Co., supplies 10 Elec. Eng. Co.. supplies 1 N. M. Smith, express 2 Chas. Elder, labor 3 Citizens State Bank, draft for Alden Elec. Co 4 A.. W. Varney. labor 5 B. P. Taylor. Jane salary... 6 Martin Leach, labor.... 7 Valentine Sausser, labor 8 O. B. Newton, June salarv 9 J. C. Borden, labor Princeton Union, printing Fairbanks, Morse & Co., supplies E. M. Farnham, supplies N. E. Jesmer, supplies Chas. Elder, labor T.H.Caley, coal Wm. Donovan, labor J. W. Goulding. freight and ex Princeton Union, interest J. W. Carland, labor Wm. Donovan, labor Ralph Pierson. labor G. E. Rice, freight Chas. Elder, labor J. W. Goulding, freight and ex Princeton Fire Co?, labor B. Taylor, July salary 9 Gilman Rollins Co.. supplies 4 5 198.30 330.79 274.47 3 00 394 78 6 60 60 O. B. Newton, labor. 1 T.H.Caley, coal 2 Buck & Cravens, labor 4 Chas. Elder, labor 5 T.H. Caley, coal 6 Citizens State Bank, interest 73 Standard Oil Co.. oil 4 Plumbing & Steam Fitting Co. supplies 5 T. L. A rmitage. supplies 7 E. B. Anderson, supplies Henry McCue. labor."... George Malkson. labor George Malkson, labor Gilmore Rollins Co., supplies A. J. Sacho. labor Princeton Hdw. Co., supplies.!..! Gilmore Rollins Co., supplies.... C. A. Jack, supplies Citizens State Bank, discount.. N. M. Smith, labor J. W. Goulding, freight and ex George Newton, salary, Feb. 1901. 757 O. B. Newton, July salary, 1901... 8 J. W. Goulding, supplies W. M. Jones & Bro., supplies O. B. Newton, Aug. Salary, 1901.. B. P. Taylor, Aug. salary, 1901.... Am. Elec. Co supplies Electrical Eng. Co., supplies Minn. Sandstone Co., stone J. W. Goulding, supplies O. B. Newton, Sept. salary, 1901.. Louis Gofield, labor Jan. 6.1902, Balance 600.00 600 00 5.00 309.85 9.95 1.50 600.00 223.85 1.20 5.00 9 eoo.oo 5.40 2.00 600.00 30.00 250.71 20.00 348.78 5.00 190.29 5.00 68 7 8 9 70 1 6 83 5.00 79.00 42.00 5.00 528.12 24.52 3.00 3.00 5.00 5.00 806 3.00 3.00 8.00 10.00 20.00 5.00 5.70 618.99 5.00 5.00 2.78 10.50 607.55 5.25 2.40 5.00 204.59 Total receipts $8,173.22 Dr. 25 The Gillett Herzog Co., part pay ment West Branch bridge $1,312.50 446 H. F. Barker, payment on lot 6, block 7. Damon's addition 120.00 5Ct/ Wm. Miller. April salary, 1900.... 100.00 ieo.00 eT Sept. salary 1966'.'. 5 D. W. Spauldingr.'Sept-. salary, 190 8 Boston Coali & Wharf Co coal? aul S nDock ct Wl S W saiary',"i900 &F ?F 7000 6 2 R. E. Willard. Oct. salary, 1900... 6 G. A. Eaton, insurance 9 Electrical Eng. Co.v. supplies, 10 R. E. Joneuld& Bro.. labor 2 inS 94.74 35.00 102.00 42.00 242.05 25.50 35.00 102.00 40.00 162.49 8.70 8.20. 3.0o 8.35 25.00 11.98 .98 63.96 17.47 2.55 No salary i960 a, 142.09 4.70 8.70 4.00 8.70 2.00 17.45 4.00 28.46 2.63 1.15 12.98 6.30 59.22 18.00 35.00 71.83 2.50 48.17 1.50 1.35 8.08 12.85 9.00 63.57 58.52 104.46 330.85 40.00 3.00 4.20 8.94 48.35 20.00 35.00 4.00 174.33 60.20 5.02 7.00 5.00 5.30 5.45 12.00 192.94 3.00 51.00 40.80 6.80 30.85 19.68 102.00 20.99 7.10 1.20 20 40 5.40 270.00 35 70 51.00 40.80 29.00 41.61 3.25 5.22 .95 1.60 3 50 31.92 26.60 8.75 16.55 169.07 51.00 40.80 35.70 15.00 58.50 6.18 35.84 4.00 1.50 10.50 3.63 15.96 21.30 97.40 6.25 51.00 40.80 8.55 5 50 19.70 16.30 55.30 8.45 7.20 39.40 1.50 73.11 3.00 47.00 35.70 12.00 31.80 7.74 24.00 4.85 12.60 68.25 7.50 8.10 1.87 1.35 2.75 1.00 38 23 16.95 15.25 1.50 76.50 32.48 6 50 83.86 9.55 11.30 77.81 19 42 12.50 $8,189.82 First publication Jan. 23. 1902. STATEe 3.00 OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Mill Lacs.ss. In Probate Court. Special Term, January 15,1902. In the matter of the estate of Paul Johnson deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Edward S. Johnson, executor of the estate of Paul Johnson, 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 the 21st day of February, A. D. 1902 at 2 o'clock P. M., at the probate office in the court house at 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 15th day of January1 A. D. 1902. By the court, anul"-y --,_..',, B. M. VANALSTJCIN, [Probate Seal.] Judge of Probate. Jesmer, Jose First Publication Ifan. 2,1902. MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF estat Mille Lacs.ss. In Probate Court. Specia 2.1902. deIcnahl th 22.15 3.00 116.14 32.10 102.00 35.00 eTermt.eJanuary dm at Letters of administration on the estate of said deceased being granted unto N. E. Jesmer of said county, It is ordered, that all claims and demands of all persons against said estate be presented to this court for examination and allowance at the probate office in the court house, in the vil lage of Princeton in said county, on and befm-p the 2nd day of July. 1902, at 2 o'clock It is further ordered, that six months from January 2,1902, be allowed to creditors to pre sent their claims against said estate/at the ex piration of which time all claims not presented to said court, or not proven to its satisfaction 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 given by publish ing this order once in each week for three suc cessive weeks in the Princeton Union, a week ly newspaper printed and published at Prince ton in said county. Dated at Princeton the 2nd day of January A. D. 1902. By the court. ,_ B. M. VANALSTEIN. iProbate Seal.l Judge of Probate. First publication Jan. 9,1902. GTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Mille Lacs.ss. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Dexter C. Payne, deceased. The petitiotna of Isaac Veal having been duly made and filetd in this court, representing amonngJother things that one Dexter C. Payne whro resided last prior to his death at Roches- Minnesota, died intestate !s at Rochester, in the county of Olmstead, State of Minnesota, on the 22nd day of May, 1893 seized of an estate of inheritance in certain lands in the county of Mille Lacs. State of Minnesota, described said petition, and that more than five years have elapsed since the death of said Dexter C. Payne, deceased, and that administration 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 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 Prince ton in said county of Mille Lacs, State of Min nesota, on Saturday the 1st day of February, 'A. j.VK/* 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 Laes county. Dated January 8.1902. B. M. VAN ALSTEHJ, [Probate Seal.] Judge of Probate. First Publication Dec. 26,1901. Summons. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Mille Lacs, ss District Court, Seventh Judicial District. Mary E. Chadbourne, Plaintiff, vs. Sylvester Steele, M. V. B. Cater, Joseph M. Marshall, also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein. Defendants. The State of Minnesota, to the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint has been filed in the office of the clerk of said district court, at the village of Princeton, county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscriber at his office in the village of Prince ton, in said county of Mille Lacs, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said complaint, together with plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein. CHARLES KEITH, Plaintiff's Attorney. Princeton, Minn. Notice of Lis Pendens. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Mille Lacs, 1 ss District Court, Seventh Judicial District. Mary E. Chadbourne. Plaintiff, i -vs. I Sylvester Steele, M. V. B. Cater, Joseph M. Marshall, also all other i persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or inter- I est in the real estate described in the complaint herein, 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 that the object of said action is to determine the adverse claim of the defendants and each and all of them, and the rights of the parties respectively herein in and to the real es tate hereinafter described, and asking that said adverse claim of the defendants, and each of them, maybe adjudged by the court null and void, and that the title of said real estate may be adjudged and decreed to be in the plaintiff, and that the premises affected by said action, situated in the county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota, are described as follows: The south half of the southwest quarter of section twenty-one (21), and the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section twenty-eight (28,) township thirty-eight (38), range twenty-seven (27i. CHARLES KEITH, Plaintiffs's Attorney, Princeton, Minn. First publication Dec. 12, lKOl. Summons. STATE OF MINNESOTA, I County of Mille Lacs. 11.11 7 95 1 00 3 75 2.25 2.25 8.88 7.77 11.85 2.42 2.20 5.82 3.25 12.70 28.05 .5.70 60.05 35.20 35.70 76.50 34.84 225.67 291.62 36.97 35.70 3.00 17.98 ss District Court, Seventh Judicial District. Owen B. Newton, Mary Newton and! George C. Newton Plaintiffs, against The unknown heirs of Moses Sher burne, deceased also ail other per- J- 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 above named de fendants: You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiffs 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, in 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 11, A. D. 1901. CHAS. A. DICKEY. Attorney for Plaintiffs, Princeton, Minn. Notice of Lis Pendens. STATE OF MINNESOTA, I County of Mille Lacs. ss District Court, Seventh Judicial District. Owen B. Newton, Mary Newton andl George C. Newton, Plaintiffs, 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 plaintiffs against the above named de fendants: the object of this action is to de termine the adverse claim of the defendants the and to obtain the judgment of said court that plaintiffs are the owners of the premises here in described, and that the defendants have no mght. 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), lots three (3) and four (4), in block nine (9), lot nine (9) In block ten (10), lots four (4), five (5). six (6), seven (7), eight (8), nine (9) and ten (10), in block twentyrone (21), lots one (1), two (2) and three (3), in block twenty-two (22), all in Princeton, according to the plat thereof now on file and of record in the office of the register of deeds of said Mille Lacs county, also all that piece or parcel of land lying and being in said Mule Lacs county described as follows to-wit: All that unplatted piece of land lying in tee said Princeton and bounded as follows ^"Y^i, northeast by the Wes Branc tn of the Rum river, on the north by Fifth street, on the west by "G" street and an alley, on the south by Fourth street and an alley, and on the east by '-F" street Dated Decmeber 11,1901. CHAS. A. DICKEY, Plaintiffs' Attorney, Princeton, Minn. m ts -'j"