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it upon a further cross-questioning
of the waiter. The man had been to
the door again, and by this time the
street excitement had subsided suf
ficiently to approach the truth. The
rumor of an armed gang guarding
the bank doors had been a canard.
There had been but one man, and
the street gossips were beginning to
describe him with discomforting ac
curacy.
Griswold paid his score and went
out with studied nonchalence.
reasoned that, notwithstanding the
growing accuracy of the street re
port, he was in no immediate dan
ger so long as he remained in the
immediate vicinity of the bank. I
was safe to assume that this was
one of the things that the journey
man bank robber would not do. But
it was also evident that he must
speedily lose his identity if he hoped
to escapean that the lost identity
must leave no trace behind it
[TO BE CONTINUED. I
Music for the Fair.
Unless the business men of Prince
ton take hold and join with the fair
officials in engaging the Princeton
band in all probability there will be
no music at the county fair. The band
bojs want $80 for playing two days
during' the fair. This includes music
at the fair grounds in the afternoon
and concerts up town in the evening.
The fair officials say this is more
money than they can pay out for music.
It must be remembered that the
band does not have tnany opportun
ities to make a few dollars and on an
occasion of this character it seems as
though there ought to be public spirit
and enterprise enough among our citi
zens to engage the band at a reason
able compensation ,for its services.
The bbys have been practicing regu
larly for a long time and if given half
a show can furnish some very good
music. They need money to buy uni
forms and music and come in very
handy at times when they are not ex
pected to charge for their services.
The fair should have the band and the
business men should turn in and help
the fair pay for the music. With a
home band music should be just as
much a feature of the fair as pump
kins.
Was "In the Soup."
"Mon ami," said the Marquis de
Croisic the other day, "the hotel keep
er's life is an unhappy one. If he does
not look to the least little detail, the
whole thing goeswhat do you call it?
Ah, yes, on the blink.
"Here is example of what I say.
When I had the Logerot, there was
once a dinner there at which Chauncey
Depew was a guest. I told the chef to
put in the menu some dish in honor of
him, and I forgot to look at the menu
before it went to the printer.
"What do you think that imbecile of
a chef had done? There"
And the marquis produced an old
menu card on which among the
"soupes" appeared the following:
"Puree de marrons a la Depew."
Gently Sarcastic.
The following church notice was re
cently exhibited: "The service on Sun
day morning is at 11 a. m. The suppo
sition that it is ten minutes later is a
mistake. Young men are not excluded
from the week night service. The seats
in the front portion of the church have
been carefully examined. They are
quite sound and may be trusted not to
give way. It is quite legitimate to
join in the singing. The object of the
choir is to encourage, not discourage,
the congregation."London Answers.
Giving Her Liglit to Die.
9
A small farmer in Aberdeenshire,
having a wife that had been long ail
ing and confined to bed, was of so nig
gardly a disposition that he grudged
the poor woman so much as a light
She in a pet one night exclaimed, "Oh,
isna this an unco' thing that a puir
body '11 nae get light to see to dee."
The husband rises up and lights a can
dle and, placing it at the bed toot,
says to his wife, "There, dee hoo!"
Scottish American.
A Deep Look.
"Yes," said the lawyer "there are
many things to be investigated in this
case. The first thing to be looked In
to"
"Is my pocketbook," assented the cli
ent, with perfect assurance.Judge.
Analysis.
SheAfter all, what is the difference
between illusion and delusion?
HeIllusion is the lovely fancies we
have about ourselves, and delusion is
the foolish fancies other people have
about themselves.Life.
Uncertain Footing.
The fellow who stands on his dignity,
may discover that dignity is just as
slippery as a banana skin.St. Louis
Republic.
In Turkey red hair Is counted a great
beauty, and the women dye their hair
that tint.
A Mean Suggestion.
Editor Goetzinger of the Elbow Lake
Herald is a candidate for judge of pro
bate. He probably wants tihe office in
order to be able to land his delinquent
subscribers in the "bug" house.Fer
gus Falls Free Press.
Road Appropriations.
For the amounts appropriated by the
"county commissioners for road work
in the various towns read the proceed
ings as published in the UNION this
week.
I ^tolS wat! K^L^^i^m^^M^-MfiM^^^
GREAT SEASON FOR GAME.
Sloughs Full of Ducks and Plenty of Chick
ens and Quail.
Minnesota sportsmen wil.l this fall
have the best quail, chicken and duck
shooting that has been known in the
State during the past ten years. The
law prohibiting the sale of game is be
ginning to have a marked effect on the
supply of game of all kinds in the
State, as it has done away with the
promiscuous pot-hunting for the mar
ket.
State Executive Agent Fullerton
says: "The game wardens from all
parts of the State report that ducks
are hatching in every slough that con
tains water. The shooting will not
only be better than for many years,
but it will be distributed more gener
ally over the State. Ducks are hatch
ing this year in places from which
they were driven twenty years ago by
spring shooting.
"Chickens are reported abundant,
and the prospects point to the best
chicken shooting in a long time. The
law prohibiting the sale of game has
affected chickens as much, if not more,
than any other kind of game.
''Quail shooting, however, will show
the greatest improvement, and will
probably be the most appreciated by
sportsmen. In addition to the better
protection now furnished by the game
laws, the weather has been most favor
able for the quail for the past two
years. Quail winter in Minnesota, and
a severe winter tells on them very
much. We have now had two very
mild winters in succession, and this
has had an effect that has surprised us.
There will be no lack of places this
fall where good quail shooting can be
found."Brainerd Tribune.
A Stormy Saturday.
O Last Saturday the elements went on
a rampage and looked very threaten
ing in this vicinity several times, but
the storm clouds all managed to pass
around town. After supper the clouds
to the east and southeast of town
looked ugly and we learn that in a sec
tion fourteen miles below Spencer
Brook and west of St. Francis there
was one of the hardest storms of the
season. Gus Smith of the Brook was
driving home and was caught in the
storm. He says that the hail and rain
was hard, torrents of water falling and
washing out the roads in places. The
hail was quite hard and must have
done some damage. At Minneapolis
the storm in the evening took on the
nature of a cyclone and blew away the
band stand float at Lake Harriet with
five members of the Italian band
aboard. The float was blown out into
the lake and destroyed and the musi
cians jumped into the lake and were
picked up by parties who went out in
row boats and rescued them. The storm
was very freaky and probably was
heard from in many sections.
Good .Roads Train at St. Cloud.
The citizens of St. Cloud have ex
tended an invitation to Col. R. M.
Richardson and Maj. James H. Abbott
who will have charge of the good
roads train to visit St. Cloud next
month and make a demonstration in
good road building. In all probability
St. Cloud will secure the train and its
equipment for a week and a practical
demonstration will be made in the con
struction of a good road. Cities that
are visited must furnish all the ma
terial and labor for the road and work
thereon. The date for St. Cloud will
be announced later and many from
this section will probably avail them
selves of the opportunity to see what
is necessary to make a good road, and
a road that will be permanent.
Notice to Parents of Deaf Children.
There are many deaf children in
Minnesota not in school. Those couu
ties, which do not send their children,
are losing over $200 each year for each
child kept out of school. Besides this
they are withholding from their chil
dren what is necessary to their inde
pendence as citizens. This is a free
school. Application blanks sent upon
request.
Any assistance rendered in getting
these children into school will be ap
preciated by J. N. Tate, superintend
ent, school for the deaf, Faribault,
Minn.
A Great Northwest Harvest.
The three states of Minnesota, North
Dakota and South Dakota are harvest
ing the largest all around crops in
their history. The railroad crop ton
nage will be the greatest for this ter
ritory ever known.
This is glory enough for the great
northwest for one year.Commercial
West.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received at the office of
the village recorder of the village of
Princeton up to the evening of Aug.
18th, 1902, for the construction of an
abutment at the south end of the
West Branch bridge across Rum riyer
in the village of Princeton said abut
ment to be built of solid stone laid in
cement, and to consist of 175 cubic
yards more or less, the abutment to be
four feet thick at base and two feet
thick at top. The village will furnish
all the material and bids must be for
the construction of the work at a cer
tain price per cubic yard.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
J. W. GoqtDiNG,
34-2 Village Recorder.
THE PRINCETON UNION^THXTRSDAT, AUGUST 14,
g*hWM WanWtltfVWAAtWMIMMW
W. C. TJ.
EDITED BY EFFIE A. BURGAN.
Through the courtesy of the UNI ON this space
is granted to the W. C. T. U. 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.
MR S. N. C. LIBB Y, President,
MR S. JANE ORTON, Secretary,
MRS. A DA FARNHA M. Treasurer.
Amy A. Svvankie-Cameron of
London, England, sends a glowing
report of the work accomplished
among young women there. The
national and world's speakers are
much encouraged with the re
sponse to the call for newr
mem-
bers and help of all kinds from the
co-workers.
S* $- 2*
Our next annual State conven
tion will be held in Eedwood Falls,
claimed by many to be the pret
tiest city in the State. State
President Scovill is full of energy
for the success of this meeting to
be held Sept. 16th-19th. An en
deavor is being made to secure
Mrs. Isabel Wing-Lake as one of
the speakers. Mrs. Elizabeth
Preston-Anderson will be with us.
She is an experienced parliament
arian and has had great success in
legislative work. She has been
State president in North Dakota
for several j'ears and last year mar
ried Mr. Anderson, a Methodist
Episcopal minister. The year's
wTork
will be summed up and it is
hoped that much has been done
for God and home and humanity,
and that many new members have
been gained.
An appeal for books for our
Soldier's Home at Minnehaha is
made by Mrs. Manclige, State
superintendent for soldiers and
sailors. Mrs. Francis Neal has
consented to act as custodian
of the books donated and each
family is asked to contribute at
least one, and send to Mrs. Francis
Neal, Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs.
Francis Neal is not a stranger to
the people of this city and is
known very well by all the tem
perance people after her years' of
earnest work in Hennepin county.
A few months ago she celebrated
her seventy-fifth birth-day and her
co-workers surprised her by pre
senting her a purse with seventy
five silver dollars, showing their
appreciation of her work. She
has been re-elected as district presi
dent and affirms that never in W.
C. T. U. history has the general
public been so ready to hear its
principles expounded or to join
hands in its work for God and
humanity.
Christain citizenship has received
a new impetus from the present
condition of the municipality.
Mrs. Canny, another faithful
worker in Hennepin, county was
presented with a purse of $25 for
her untiring wrork
in the prison
and jail department. Several
prominent ministers assisted in
carrying out the well arranged
program of the seventeenth dis
trict convention, also Prof. Maria
Sanford of the State university.
Mrs. C. S. Winchell, Mrs. Kate
Kercher and Miss Louise Hollis
ter.
New Village Hall for Cambridge.
The citizens of Cambridge have de
cided to have a new village hall and
will erect a two-story brick building
40x60 feet to cost $4,500.
See our carpet assortment at
LUDDEN'S STORE.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
g MONEY to loan on improved
farms. M. S. RUTHERFORD,
Princeton, Minn.
Just opened up our full line of gloves
at LUDDEN'S.
FOR SALEFine blooded two-year-old
Durham bull. CHARLIE BERGMAN.
34-2t Princeton, Minn.
Cider vinegar the best for pickling
and table use at LUDDEN'S STORE.
A. Friel of Minneapolis has opened
a home bakery in the Woodman house
on Main street where he will keep for
sale fresh home-baked bread and bak
ery goods of all kinds. 34-2t
Shipment of gloves just received
from the eastern factory at
LUDDEN'S STORE.
Bowery Dance at Long's Siding.
A bowery dance will be given at
Long's Siding on Saturday evening,
August 16th. Come and enjoy your
selves. tf
For Sale.
80-acre farm with house, and forty
acres of good wild land. This property
is a bargain and can be bought right.
ERICK SWAN,
Box 70, Princeton.
FOR SALEStore building and stock
four horses, wagon, sleds and imple
ments, also hotel and furniture and
eighty acres of land near by. Good
place for business and bargain for some
one. Address F. L. Daigle, Vineland,
Minn. 30-tf
C^N^1 m^
Take
A Bellows
when you get home
with that bulk coffee
and blow the dirt and flies and
foreign substances out of it. Then
open a package of
Lion Coffee
see how clean and fresh it looks
and note its rich aroma.
The sealed package insures uniform Quality.
Riverside Livery,
E. D. CLAGGETT, Prop.
Princeton, Minn.
Single and Double Rigs
at a floments' Notice.
Commercial Travelers' Trade a Specialty.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
COUNTY TKEASUBER.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
nomination for the office of county treasurer,
subject to the will of the Republican voters of
Mille Lacs county, Minnesota, at the primary
election to be held on September 16,1902.
K. H. BtJRRELL.
SHERIFF.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
nomination for the office of sheriff of Mille Lacs
county on the Republican ticket at the primary
election to be held Tuesday, September 16th,
1002. E. D. CLAGGETT.
COUNTY ATTORNEY.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
nomination for the office of County Attorney
for Mille Lacs county on the Republican ticket
at the primary election to be held Tuesday,
September 16th, 1902.
M. L. CORMANY.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
nomination for the office of county superin
tendent of schools subject to the will of the
Republican voters of Mille Lacs county, Min
nesota, at the primary election to be held on
September 16,1903.
W. VANWORME R.
FOR STATE SENATOR.
Frank T. White hereby announces his candi
dacy for the Republican nomination for State
senator from the Forty-fifth district, subject
to the approval of the voters of said district at
the primaries.
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate on
the Republican ticket for the office of register
of deeds of the county of Mille Lacs, subject
to the will of the voters at the forthcoming
primary election.
E. M. CHAPMAN.
COUNTY ATTORNEY.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate on
the Republican ticket for the office of county
attorney of the county of Mille Lacs, subject
to the will of the voters at the forthcoming
primary election.
W. S. FOSTE R.
COUNTY TREASURER OF SHERBURNE COUNTY.
Chas. F. Knapp, of Big Lake, is a candidate
for county treasurer of Sherburne county, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican primary
election, Sept. 16,1902.
Uotice.
STATE'OF MINNESOTA, I
County of Mille Lacs.
District Court.
In the matter of the petition of Adelaide
Leathers for the vacation of alleys in Prince
ton, and for other relief.
To whom it may concern:
Take notice, that at the court house in the
village of Princeton, county of Mille Lacs and
State of Minnesota, at the next General
Term of the District Court of said county
on the twenty-second day of September,
1902. at the opening of the court on that
day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can
be heard, Adelaide Leathers, the under
signed, will present to said court her duly veri
fied petition in writing, setting forth therein
that she is the owner in fee simple of lots seven
(7), eight (8) and nine (9), and the north half of
lot ten (10). in block thirty-three (.33), of
Princeton, according to the plat of Princeton
on file and of record in the office of the register
of deeds of said county that two alleys extend
through said block, so extending respectively
from east to west and from north to south: that
said alleys are useless for the purposes for
which the same were dedicated: and praying
said court to vacate said alleys, and to adjudge
and declardthe title to all that part thereof be
tween said lots nine (9) and ten (10). and the
west half of all that part of said alley adjacent
to said petitioner's said real estate and ex
tending from north to south, to be in said peti
tioner, and the residue thereof to be in such
person or persons as shall then and there show
themselves entitled thereto.
Dated Aug. 14,1902.
ADELAIDE LEATHERS.
J. A. Ross. Attorney for Petitioner,
Princeton, Minn.
First Publication August 14,1902.
STATEe
OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Mill Lacs.ss. Probate Court.
Special Term, August 7th, 1902.
In the matter of the estate of Jonathan Ter
williger. deceased.
Letters testamentary on the estate of
Jonathan Terwilliger deceased, late of the
county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota,
being granted to S. B. Terwilliger.
It is ordered, that six months be and the
same is hereby allowed from and after the date
of this order, in which all persons having
claims or demands against the said deceased
are required to file the same in the probate
court of said county, for examination and
allowance, or be forever barred.
It is further ordered, that the 10th day of
February 1903, at 10 o'clock A. M., at a special
term of said probate court, to be held at the
probate office in the court house in the village
of Princeton, in said county, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and place when
and where the said probate court will examine
and adjust said claims and demands.
And it is further ordered, that notice of such
hearing be given to all creditors and persons
interested in said estate by forthwith publish
ing this order once in each week for three suc
cessive weeks in the Princeton Union, a weekly
newspaper printed and published in said
county.
Dated at Princeton this 7th day of August
1902. By the court.
B. M. VANALSTEI N,
[Probate Seal.] Judge of Probate.
First publication July 24,1902.
STATEe
OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Mill Lacs.ss. In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of John Haley,
deceased.
The petition of Benjamin F. Haley having
been duly made and filed in this court, repre
senting among other things that one John Haley
who resided last prior to his death at Faribault,
in the State of Minnesota, died intestate at
Faribault, in the county of Rice, State of
Minnesota, in the year 1887, seized of an estate
of inheritance ofcertain lands in 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 John
Haley, 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 enti
tled 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 Monday the 18th day of August, 1902.
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 July 19th, 1902.
B. M. VANALSTEI N,
fProbate Seal Judge of Probate.
Proceedings of
County Com
missioners.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE. Mille Lacs County, Minn.
_, Princeton, July 15th, 1902.
Board of county commissioners met pursuant
to adjournment. Full board present.
In the matter of the hearing on the petition
of J. L. Mourning and others, asking for the
location and establishment of a county road
notice of hearing required by law not having
been fully given, on motion the said hearing
was continued until the next meeting of the
board.
The following report of the board of audit
was presented to, the board for examination
and approval, and on motion the same was duly
accepted and ordered spread in the minutes of
this meeting:
To the honorable board of couuty commis
sioners of the county of Mille Lacs, State of
Minnesota:
Gentlemen:
We the undersigned, board of auditors of
Mille Lacs county, met at the office of the
county auditor on the 17th day of May, 1902. at
2 o'clock p. M., for the purpose of opening and
considering the bids or proposals of banks or
bankers asking to be designated as deposito
ries for the funds of the county for the ensuing
two years, pursuant to notice to banks or bank
ers published as required by law.
The following bids were received, viz: Bid
of the Citizens State Bank of Princeton, offer
ing 1% on monthly balances for all the funds of
the county except 825,000 which was to be let as
a two years' time deposit: bid of Bank of
Princeton, offering 2% per annum for $5,000 for
two years, time deposit bid of the Mille Lacs
County Bank of Milaca, offering 2% per annum
for $10,000 for two years, time deposit: and bid
of the Kanabec County Bank of Mora, offering
2% per annum for $10,000 for two years, time
deposit.
After duly considering the several bids re
ceived the board was unanimously of the opin
ion that the rate of interest offered for time
deposits was too low, and it was decided to re
advertise unless the rate of interest offered
should be increased to meet the approval of the
board. The auditor was instructed to notify
the banks bidding of the action of the board
and that said board would meet on May 19th
1902, at 2 o'clock P.M., for further considera
tion and to receive such further offers as might
be made.
Board of audit met at the office of the county
auditor May 19th. at 2 o'clock p. M., pursuant to
adjournment, for the further consideration of
the matter of designating depositories for the
funds of the county.
On motion, after due consideration, no better
offers having been made, the Citizens State
Bank of Princeton was designated as deposi
tory for all of the funds of the county, except
125,000, for two years from May 19th, 1902, said
bank agreeing to pay interest on monthly bal
ances at the rate of 1%, and to furnish a srood
and sufficient surety bond in the sum of I45,0u0.
On motion, no better offers having been made,
the Bank of Princeton was designated as de
pository for $5,0U0 of the funds of the county
tor two years,
timerdeposit,
the county 2l
same.
On motion, no better otters having been made,
the Kanabec County Bank of Mora was desig
nated as depository for $10,000 of the funds of
the county for two yearsr/, timer deposit, saide
bank to pay the county 2L/2
pe annum for th
same.
Said banks to furnish good and sufficient
surety bonds to the amount of their deposits.
All of said banks designated by us as deposi
tories for the funds of the county, as aforesaid,
having furnished bonds executed by the United
States Fidelity and Guaranty Company of
Baltimore, Md., in the amounts decided upon,
which bonds have been accepted by this board,
we hereby submit the same to your honorable
board for your consideration as required by
law.
E. E. WHITNE Y, County Auditor.
L. S. BRIGGS. Clerk District Court.
JO HN MCCOOL, Chairman of the Board.
On motion the bonds of the Citizens State
Bank, of Princeton, in the sum of 345.00J, the
bond of the Bank of Princeton, in the sum of
$5,000, the bond of the Mille Lacs County Bank,
in the sum of 10,00, and the bond of the Kana
bec County Bank, in the sum of 310.000, as de
positories for the funds of the county, were
duly approved by the board of county commis
sioners.
Following is the list of uncollected personal
property taxes for the year 1901, delivered to
the board of county commissioners by the
county treasurer, with the affidavit of the sher
iff accompanying said list as required by law:
Name of Per- Township or
sons Assessed. District. Am't
John Winn Princeton Vil. 3 28
A. W. Varney do 62
W. W. Roberts do .37
Isaac Levin do 3.a7
Chas. Farrington do 2.34
Jos. Leathers do .94
Sam Fryling do .37
M. C. Sausser do 47.S3
Wm. Creosey do 4.59
Ottomer Weint do 7.90
Jack Coulter do 2.76
C.T.Johnson do 1.14
J. C. McQueen Milaca Vil .74
E. B. Garland do 2 24
C. E Strand do 14 00
Edward Kniffin Milo .17
Chas. Wedell do 2.60
Lars Erickson do 1.45
J. Vanderung do 3.:3
H. & iJ. Vanderung do 2.34
Peter Brinks do .24
Johnsen Holman do 1.06
Alice Locke Onamia 2^41
George McKeen Page 6 05
Thomas Ingles South Harbor 2.62
Warden & Larson do 33.57
Joseph Carter Isle Harbor 3.08
On motion it was ordered by the board that
the above and entire list of uncollected per
sonal property taxes for the year 1901 be can
celled as uncollectible.
Following are the amounts of taxes voted by
the board to be levied on the taxable property
of the county for the ensuing fiscal year, the
same being based on the expenses of the county
for the past year as ^reported by the county
auditor, to be levied for the different funds in
amounts as follows:
County revenue fund $7 500
County poor fund 2,000
County road and bridge fund 6.000
Court house bonds interest and sinking
fund 2,00a
Railroad bonds interest and sinking f'd 3,000
County 1 mill school tax 1,500
Total am't of levy for county purposes, $22,000
On motion of Commissioner Deans, seconded
by Commissioner Peterson, the board voted
unanimously to expend the sum of five thou
sand, twenty-five dollars ($5,025) out of the road
and bridge funds of the county, in labor and
material for roads and bridges in the county,
to be distributed and used as hereinafter
stated:
Five hundred dollars ($500) in the town of
Princeton, to be expended under the supervis
ion of Commissioner L. S. Libby, as follows:
$50 on Peterson road $25 on cross road by
Gerth school house $25 on Gerth hill $100 on
new road between Silver lake and George
Chute's farm 50 on Germany road, commenc
ing at the hill opposite Ike Veal's house and
running north $50 on Pinz cross road: $50 on
brick yard road running east $50 on Green
bush road and100 on hill by Schimming's.
Five hundred dollars ($500) in the town of
Greenbush, to be expended under the supervis
ion of Commissioner John McCool, as follows:
50 on Teutz and Chisholm road $50 on Beto
road $25 on Sandquist road $50 on Andrew
Larson road $75 on Northway road: $75 on
Ayers and Bracken road 40on Faussett road:
$25 on Solberg road: $35 on Shaw road and $75
on State road.
Five hundred dollars ($500) in the town of
Bogus Brook, to be expended under the super
vision of Commissioner N. M. Peterson, as fol
lows: $150 on Bock-Princeton road: $150 on
road from post on north line of section 4 to
post on south line of section 33 50 on town
line road between towns of Bogus Brook and
Borgholm and $50 on road from center of sec
tion 16 to post on west line of section 18.
Five hundred dollars ($500) in the town of
Borgholm, to be expended under the supervis
ion of Commissioner Peterson, as follows: $125
on Bock-Princeton road: $100 on Bock-Milaca
road 100 on south road $125 on town line road
between towns of Borgholm and Bogus Brook
$25 on road from northwest corner of section 19
to northeast corner of section 20 20 on road
from northwest corner of section 23 to north
east corner of section 24 $15 on road from
post on north line of section 22 to post on
south line of section 34 $25 on road from north
west corner of section 22 to southwest corner
of section 27 $25 on road running north and
south through center of section 33 $15 on road
running north and south on west line of section
31 and $25 on road from hi post on west line of
section 21 to southwest corner of section 33.
Five hundred dollars ($500) in the town of Milo
and five hundred dollars ($500) in the town of
Milaca, to be expended under the joint super-
Vision of the supervisors of each of said towns
and the commissioner of the 4th commissioner
district, to be used on roads where in their
judgment it is most needed.
One
tn usand. twenty-five dollars ($1,025) In
the oth commissioner district, to be expended
under the supervision of
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Norton.
Eight hundred dollars ($300) on the Mille
Lacs lake road from the north line of the town
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(20J) on the Mille Lacs lake road from Page
running north, to be expended under the super
vision of the board of county commissioners.
The following bills were audited and allowed
in amounts as stated:
Sam Petersoti, road work in com. dist.
No. 3 $13.77
August Frisk, road work in com. dist.
No. 3 7.50
Axel Kasperson, road work in com. dist.
No. 3 13.88
Chas. M. Peterson, road work in com.
dist. No. 3 12.00
Chas. Westlund. road work in com. dist.
No. 3 8.89
Charles Johnson, road work in com. dist.
No. 3 8.63
P. M. Lindberg. road work in com. dist
No. 3 i9.5o
Herman Kasperson, road work in com.
dist. No. 3 1513
Emil Nelson, road work in com. dist.
No. 3 8 63
Charles Westlund, road work in com.
dist. No.3 20.75
A. J. Peterson, road work in com. dist.
No. 3 5.50
On motion all other matters before the board
were laid over until the next meeting of the
commissioners.
On motion tbe board adjourned until Wed
nesday, September 3rd, 1902, at 10 o'clock A. M.
_.. JOHN MCCOOL.
Chairman Board of County Commissioners.
Attest-
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said bank to pay
A% pe annum for the same
On motion, no better offers having been made,
the Mille Lacs County Bank of Milaca was
designated as depository for $10,000 of the funds
of the county for two years, time
deposit,rsaid
bank to pay the county 2h(A
per annum fo the
WHITNE Y, County Auditor and ex
offlcio Clerk of Board.
[Auditor's Seal.]
NOTICE.
The board of county commissioners of Mille
Lacs county will meet at the Warren hotel at
Mike Drew, on Monday. September 1st. 1902. at
2 o'clock p. M., for the purpose of receiving
bids and letting contracts for building three
miles of road from Stony Hill to Whitney
Brook. Bids will be considered for building
one-half mile and upwards. Specifications,
conditions and other information can be ob
tained from the members of the board upon
application. The board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids received.
By order of the board of county commission
ers. E. E. WHITNEY.
County Auditor.
First publication July 17.1902.
Summons.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, I
County of Mille Lacs,
District Court, Seventh Judicial District.
The Mille Lacs Lumber Company. 1
Plaintiff, vs.
Charles G. Wagner, the unknown heirs
of Charles G. Wagner. Adam B. Gorgas,
Mary L. Gorgas. Mary C. Gorgas, Wil
liam F. Gorgas, Susan M. Wheeler. An
nie M. Greenawalt. and also all other
persons or parties unknown, claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or interest
in the real estate described in the com- I
plaint herein, Defendants.
The State of Minnesota, to the above named
defendants:
You. and each of 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 court, at the village of Princeton,
in the county of Mille Lacs and State of Min
nesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to
said complaint on the subscribers, at their
office in the village of Milaca, county and State
aforesaid, within twenty days after service of
this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of
such service: and if you fail to answer said
complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this action will make application to
the court for the relief in said complaint de
manded.
Dated, June 24th, A. D. 1902.
FOSTER & PRATT,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Milaca, Minn.
Notice of Lis Pendens.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Mille Lacs,
ss
District Court. Seventh Judicial District.
The Mille Lacs Lumber Company,
Plaintiff, vs.
Charles G. Wagner, the unknown heirs
of Charles G. Wagner, Adam B. Gorgas,
Mary L. Gorgas, Mary C. Gorgas, Wil
liam F. Gorgas. Susan M. Wheeler, An
nie M. Greenawalt, and also all other
persons or parties unknown, claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or interest
in the real estate described in the com
plaint 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 claims of the said de
endants. and each of them, and the rights of the
parties respectively in the real estate hereinaf
ter described, and asking that the said adverse
claims of the defendants, and each of them,
may be adjudged by the court to be null and
void, and that the title to said real estate may
be adjudged and decreed to be in the plaintiff,
and that the real estate affected by said action
is described as follows, to-wit:
The northwest quarter of the southwest
quarter (NWJ4 of SW4). of section twenty
two (22), in township thirty-seven (37) north,
and range twenty-six (20) west of the fourth
principal meridian, lying and being in the
county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota.
Dated, June 24th. A. D. 1902.
FOST ER & PRATT,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Milaca. Minnesota.
First publication July 31.1902.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, 1
County of Mille Lacs. 'ss'
District Court. Seventh Judicial District.
Thompson Cattle Company, (a corpora
tion), Plaintiff. vs. I
William L. Lamed, Elizabeth J. Lamed,
Nathan Benson, Holmes M. Clarke, also I
all other persons or parties unknown,
claiming any right, title, estate, lien or
interest in the real estate described in
the complaint herein, Defendants.
SUMMONS.
The State of Minnesota to the above named
defendants:
You, and each of you, are hereby summoned
and required to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the above entitled action, which com
plaint is on file in the office of the clerk of the
above named court at Princeton, Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of your answer to said com
plaint upon the subscriber at his office No. 14,
Minnesota Loan and Trust Building, 313 Nicol
let Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota, within
twenty days after the service of this summons,
exclusive of the day of such service, and if you
fail to answer the said complaint within the
time aforesaid, plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded therein.
Dated Minneapolis, Minn.. July 23rd, 1902.
JOHN C. SWEET.
Plaintiff's Attorney, Minneapolis, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, 1
County of Mille Lacs.
SS
District Court. Seventh Judicial District.
Thompson Cattle Company, (a corpora
tion), Plaintiff, vs.
William L. Lamed, Elizabeth J. Lamed,
Nathan Benson, Holmes M. Clarke, 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.
NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS.
Notice is hereby given that an action has
been begun and is now pending in the above
named court between the above named parties,
and that said action is one to determine the ad
verse claims of the defendants and each of
them in and to the following described real
estate, situated in the county of Mille Lacs
and State of Minnesota, to-wit: The north
west quarter of the northeast quarter (N\V#
ofNE#),the northeast quarter of the north
west quarter (NE} of NWM), the southwest
quarter of the northwest quarter (SW# of
NWJi) and the southwest quarter of the south
west quarter (SWH of SWJ*) of section one
(1) all of section two (2): the east half (E4
and the northeast quarter of the northwest
quarter (NEJi of NW) and the east half of
the southwest quarter (Eyg of SW&) of section
three (3) the east half of the northeast quar
ter (Eft of NE&) of section four (4) the north
east quarter of the northwest quarter (NE& of
NW&) and the northeast quarter (NE50 of
section ten (10) the northwest quarter (NWJi)
and the west half of the northeast quarter (WM
of KEH) of section eleven (11), all in township
thirty-nine (39) range twenty-seven (27) ac
cording to the government survey thereof.
Dated Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 23rd, 1903.
JOHN C. SWKKT,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Minneapolis, Minn.
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