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frl Th SELECTION OF BERRY. It is not generally known by the average coffee consumer that these new possessions of ours can pro duce coffees which cannot be ex celled by Arabian, Brazilian or Java growths. Owing, however, to the different nature of the rich soil, the coffee grown on these islands pos sesses a peculiarly palatable flavor, qot to be found in coffee berries grown elsewhere. It will be noted by the purchaser of a package of Dudley Coffee that the berry is of an unusual shape. The utmost care is used by our buyers in se lecting coffee berries to maintain a uniform quality. i% APOTATOiSTITUTE One to be Held at Princeton on June 2d at Opera House for One Day Only. Men to Make Addresses Who Are Posted on Potato Diseases and Prevention of Same. The farmers tributary to will no doubt be pleased to arrangements have been holding a farm institute in I A Farmer's View. Princeton learn that made for Princeton Thursday, June 2d for the special on benefit of the potato raisers. The potato crop is a very important one in this part of the State and means much to the farmers of the potato belt of Minnesota. When the potato indus try is a partial failure or a total fail ure it means a loss of millions of dol lars to the farmers, and on the con trax^srhjan *tb.e crap is a good one it means wealth and prosperity to the farmers, and the merchants and all interests that in any way rely on the successful yield of the crop. Impov erished conditions of the soil, unsound seed and damaging climatic conditions are things that the potato raiser has to contend against, and anything that will enlighten him on means and methods to eradicate the ill effects of some of these conditions is well worth the farmers' attention and careful con sideration. There is no denying the fact that the potato crop needs look ing after very closely. There is some thing more wanted than merely plant ing seed, doing a little cultivating and trusting to nature for favorable re sults. The time has come when the potato raisers of Minnesota if they wish to continue to follow a heretofore very profitable industry must stop and do a little sober thinking. This thinking has got to be done right off and the'sooner the better. If the high standard of excellence of the Minne sota spud is to be maintained farmers must see that the product is kept as free from disease as possible. A series of farm institutes has been arranged for the potato belt and will be held as follows: Anoka. May 31 Elk River, June 1 Princeton, June 2 Mora, June 3 Sandstone, June 4 Hincklej, June 6: Pine City, June 7 Rush City, June 8 North Branch, June 9: Cambridge, June 10. Dr. J. C. Curryer, assistant super intendent of farm institute work, says: We have arranged for the best men we could get in the United States for this work. Other features of institute work will be met as far as time and opportunity will permit, but the special work will be in the interest of the po tato growers for better crops and pre venting the disease of the potato." The business men of Princeton will take hold of the work and arrange for the use of the opera house for the meetings and look after the advertis ing, etc. M. S. Rutherford, C. A. Dickey and B. D. Grant will aet as a committee for this purpose. More particulars about the June institute will be given from time to time in the Union. Ih- The farmers are beginning to heard from relative to the candidacy of Bob Dunn and there is no mistak ing where they stand. They have not be in where they stand The have not forgotten the many recommendations he made to the legislature favorable to the farmer that finally became laws. A prominent iarmer in this MIXING AND CURING. After the coffee berries reach our warehouse they are carefully tested and blended while still green in the correct proportions to produce that delicious flavor and aroma which have made Dudley's Coffees famous. This blending is a delicate process, for no two lots can be blended in like proportions to produce the same results. After this blending they are aged and cured by our special process, which insures the consumer against harmful effects which follow excessive use of the average brand of coffee. tn buf Put up in Mb. Cans, Cartons or Parchment-Lined Bags with the Dudley name on each. As the reduction of the interest on State school land contracts, which worked both to the interest of the State and the interests of those who purchased State school lands. The State was charging five per cent on money owed by those who purchased school lands, but it was loaning its school funds at three per cent to other states or to cities or to other large corporations. As interest upon farm loans became reduced to five per cent, many farm ers were paying up their school land contracts, and the State would have to loan the money at two or three per cent. Mr. Dunn proposed reducing the rate of interestrejected to four per cent legislature his recom mendation. He renewed his recom mendation to the next legislature with the result that that body accepted his proposal in a modified form. It was a wise business move, and the thous- ands'^ farmers who are improving farms on land purchased from the State remember Mr. Dunn as the author of the law that has ^lessened their rate of "interest. But this is only one of the many acts of Mr. Dunn in which he worked in the interest of the farmer.Slayton Gazette. ^Notice to Parents and Guardians. Princeton, Minn., April 27, 1904. The plan adopted by the school board last fall, of admitting pupils to the beginning class of the primary de partment but once a year, will be con tinued for the coming school year. I desire at once to get the names of all pupils expecting to begin school in the fall in this primary class. According to the new plan, pupils will be admitted in Sept. even if they are not six years of age, provided they will be six by the first of Febru ary, 1905. All parents or guardians who have children to begin in the fall should fill out at once an application blank, which will be furnished by any of the teachers. Please return these applications to the superintendent soon, so that places may be provided for the pupils and all arrangements for the work in the fall may be made before the close of this term. 20-3t W. F. F. SELLECK. Potato Warehouse for Milaca. Work was commenced Monday, ex cavating for the foundation and base ment of the first potato warehouse to be erected Milaca. The site selected is on the north side of the track just west of the Great Northern depot. The building when completed will be 28x48 feet, and is being erected by the well known firm of S. H. Hall & Co., of Minneapolis, dealers and jobbers* in potatoes. J. VanRhee, of this place is also interested in the enterprise and succeeded in inducing the firm to lo cate a warehouse here.Milaca Times. Prohibition Convention. For the purpose of nominating pres idential electors, candidates for State officers, and the election of two mem bers of the national committee, and the State campaign committee, the prohibition party of the State will meet in the Y. M. C. A. hall, Minne. apolis, June 14. The basis of reprei sentation is four delegates S* is four delegates at large hote th D* and one additional delegate for each mer resort. each legislative district for Charles Scanlon for governor in New Landlors at Page. Shattuck has taken charge of Pa&e shatttuck Green an ti hostelry county referred to Dunn's advocacy of ers.Milaca Times. thirty votes or major fraction cast in Lacs lake and its golden future have ha taken charge of a industrious, and will doubte l Be Christened at Lawrence on May 21st. Launching to be a Great Event and Miss Westlake of Minneapolis to Christen Boat. May twenty-first will be a red letter day for the Mille Lacs lake country. On this date the largest launch in the State of Minnesota will glide quietly down the tracks of the Westlake boat factory and plunge into the cool wa ters of Mille Lacs lake. Mr. L. T. Grady of Foley. Minne sota, owner of the boat, and A. West lake & Son the boat builders, are those who have distinguished them5 selves by placing the largest and besfr equipped launch in the State upon a* th e- Mr. Shattuck is ener- attractive andepicturesq th ft?,,?^111"1^ fo Mille Lacs lake travel- THE PBPfCJETON TOIofjT' THtTRSDAYr S&Y12,1904. BLENDING AND ROASTING. lake that up to the iast two yea^a4^-^ might. almos\ say has only been grace' by the red man's birch bark canoe. The new launch is sixty feet long, of the latest torpedo model, with full cabin, consisting of pilot house, main cabin and after cabin. The power will be supplied by a large forty-horse power White gasoline engine. The interior finishings of boat are of oak and butter-nut with sixteenth centurv finish. The panellings made of se lected woods, together with the orna mental upholstery combine to present a picture of exceeding richness. Lavt atories, smoking room, search light and every convenience for lake navi gation have been supplied at great ex pense to the owner. The launch repre sents a triumph in the art of boat building and one will have to go out of the confines of Minnesota to see lines as graceful and proportion as symmetrical as are to be found in this boat. The Westlakes have built some of the finest craft that now float on Minnetonka, but they acknowledge that they have given Mille Lacs the best launch they have turned out in thirt years of boat building. The owner of the boat has planned to make daily trips around the lake, touching at all the" lake shore towns, thus gi\ ing visitors and people several miles remote from the lake and oppor tunity which they have never had be fore, of enjoying a safe and rapid voyage over Mille Lacs lake. The launch was constructed and will be launched at Lawrence Harbor on Sat urday, the twenty-first of May, at 2 p. m. Miss Westlake of Minneapolis, daughter of the boat builder, will christen the boat with due ceremony and the occasion will undoubtedly be appreciated by a large gathering of people. Citizens at the lake have planned to make a banner occasion of this event and they expect to be as sisted by a large number, of visitors from outside points. The launching of this boat will mark a new epoch in the development of the Mille Lacs lake country. It means a transition from a neglected beauty spot to the full activities of a newly discovered and well patronized sum The beauties Mille An interesting explanation of the five essential steps necessary to produce that rich aroma and flavor so delicious in good coffee, without any of the harmful effects. I When the berry is properly aged and cured it is ready for roasting. W have perfected a process of roasting which produces remark able results and as our coffees have been blended before roasting they flavor perfectly during this proc ess. There is a big difference between "Mixers" of coffees and "Blenders" of coffees. Anyone can mix coffees, but blending coffees is an art and a life-long study. The Blender of Dudley's Coffees has a national reputation. In fact, he has received his fourth appointment as Inspector of coffees for the United States Government. "It's all in the Blend." they cost you no more than ordinary Coffees, why not try them? It wiii be a revelation. You have never rea!!y known how deHcious Coffee can be till you have tried Dudley's. We vouch for this. ETT" E O WILL CHRISTEN BOAT I Banker Grady's Handsome Launch to VJf MUM!0 travel* bee Pdo rvd recently1892. vacated by facilitypforre thaet enjoymer a i th stoo oi its wooded shores but it has remained for the enterprise of one man to provide the traveler with every facility for th enjoyment of the most ue lake in the northwest. few j.Princeton maple gallon, at Walker's. onav syrup, $1.25 per 4f^ ^^Wfv^-**^ 3**- ^fl CLEANING. After roasting, our coffees are thoroughly freed from all dust and impurities by special maqhinery and are then subjected to a process no other coffees ever were. Every ounce is picked over by Hand and every berry that is the least off color or shape is thrown out. This is one of the secrets of the health-giving properties of our cof fees, for it is these bad berries that produce the bad effects of drinking some coffees. S FAMOUS COFFinferior Church Topics $&- s* Sunday and Weekday Announcements. METHODIST. Next Sunday morning Rev. Gratz will preach and in the evening he will deliver his third sermon-lecture, his topic being "Habit." Sunday evening services begin at 7:45. CONGREGATIONAL. Rev. Geo. R. Merrill of Minneapo lis, secretary of the Home Mission so ciety, will preach next Sunday morn ing and evening. Evening services will begin at 7:45 in the future. EPISCOPAL Regular services next Sunday morn ing and evening by F. A. Shore. LUTHERAN EMANUEL. There will be no services in Prince ton next Sunday, Rev. Gronberg will preach at Ronneby. Ca i to the spiritual realms. her lodg Resolutions of Princeton Lodge No. 208,1. O.f?omF. ou O. Whereas, Almighty God having in His infinite wisdom called our brother Resolved that while we feel our great loss here, we tender our sym pathy to his relatives in their bereave ment. Resolved that our charter be draped in mourning for thirty days, that a copy of these resolutions be spread on our record, and published in the Princeton papers. ABOU FACE! on the shoe question. Don't pay $5.00 for $3.50 footwear hereafter. Purchase SHOES for yourself and the family here and the balance will be in your favor. We sell $5 shoes for $3.50. There is really remarkable value in our offerings. Our shoes fit have style and great wearing qualities. S. LONG. ou^t Coffe PACKING. All Dudley Coffees in the various kinds are put up in one-pound packages, either in cans, cartons or parchment-lined bags. Each of these packages is hermetically sealed. Coffee put up in this way will retain its flavor and aroma in- definitely. In order to still further insure the retention of the delight- ful flavor and aroma which we work so hard to obtain, we refrain from grinding and put up all Dud- ley's Coffees unground. PRINCETON First Publication May 5 1904 TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Mille Lacs ss In Probate Court Special Term, May 4th 1904 In the matter of the estate of Olive E Barker, deceased On reading and flUng the petition of John W. Gouldmg as administrator, setting forth that no personal estate has come into his hands, the amount of debts outstanding against said de ceased, as far as the same can be ascertained, and a description of"Pectivreal all the said deceased died th with their residencesl, praying that license $&J* 8e lanad t, S t0 of the Olive K. Barker, deceased. And it ap pearing, by said petition, that there isnoper- !is,t EXCLUSIVE AGENTS: Bottling Works E. H.WITTE, Prop. I desire to announce to the trade of Princeton and surrounding towns that I have opened my bottling works and am now making foi the trade all kinds of Corbonated Mineral and Soda Water, Gan ger Ale, Birch Beer, Cream and Lemon Soda, etc. My goods are all noted for their purity and sparkling qualities Your trade solicited. The Rural Telephone Co. THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE. Lines to Dalbo, Cambridge, Santi ago and Glendorado. Good Service in Princeton and to all adjoining points Patronize a Home Concern. Service Day and Night. First publication May 5, 1904 OTATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF Mille Lacsss In Probate Court General Term, May 2nd, 1904 In the matter of the estate Samuel A Carew deceased Whereas, an instrument in writing, nurnort mg to be the last will and testament of Samuel A Carew deceased, late of said county has been delivered to this court, and Whereas, George A Eaton and John W Goulding has filed therewith their petition representing among other things that said Samuel A Carew died in said county, on the 23rd day of April, 1904 testate, and that said petitioners are the executors named in said last will and testament, and praying that the said instrument may be admitted to probate and that letters testamentary be to them is sued thereon, It is ordered, that the proofs of said instru ment, and the said petition, be heard before this court at the probate office in said countv on the 26th day of May, A 1904, at 2 clock in the afternoon, when all persons in terested may appear for, or contest the probate of said instrument And it is further ordered, that notice of the time and place of said hearing be given to all persons interested, by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Princeton Union, a weekly newspaper printed and pub lished at Princeton in said county Dated at Princeton, this 2nd day of Mav A 1904 By the Court, ,_ VANALSTEIN, [Probate Seal Judge of Probate. I estatesdfowhicen, andhithe conditio portion lots Personsseized, rtSSLSf'10* interested sai estate th he o walestat said real es S^JrJSEfViiS? administratoresaosfaforesaid, to tft ft: Pense administra an sal tion, and that,intd ihsa necessary expenses tfoa11the^paymen-t sell affofsal sai MJJK 8 ,?t e* a ?Iff to a for the estat sai 6 an SS?u?2SJ?^ lu 61 Ktedff nr8 ordered1, that all persons inter- he iiiel,f ested in said estate, appear before this court, on Thursday the 26th day of May. 1904. at 10 o'clock A. if., at the court house in the village of Prince ton said county, then and there to show cause (if any there be) why license should not be 'granted no said John W. Goulding, as ad ministrator, to sell all of the real estate of said deceased, to pay such debts and expenses. And It is further ordered, That this order shall be published once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Princeton USION, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Princeton in said county. Dated at Princeton the 4th day of May, A. D. 1804. By the court, B. M. VAWALSTK1N, [Probate Seal Judge of Probate. s^sr- RESULTS. Richest aroma and flavor. Absolute uniformity in* quality. Rich coffee color in cup Freedom from harmful $ effects. Yet withal cost no more than brands. Notice to Banks and Bankers. Sealed proposals for the deposit of the funds of the county of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesota, for the term of two years from and after the 4th day of June, 1904, will be received at the office of the county auditor, in the village of Princeton, in said county, until noon on the 19th day of May, 1904. Said bids shall state what rate of interest will be paid for a two years' time deposit of thirty thousand dollars ($30,000), interest pavable an nually, and what rate of interest will be paid on monthly balances of the current funds of said county, pavable monthly, and shall state what security will be given said countv for said funds so deposited. The current funds so deposited, with accrued in terest, shall be held subject to draft and payment at all times on demand* The right to reject any or all bids re ceived is hereby reserved. The county board of auditors will meet on Thursday, the 19th day of May, 1904 at 2 o'clock p. m.. at the office of the county auditor, in said village of Princeton, to open and consider all bids received. By order of the county board of auditors. E. E. WHITNEY, Countv Auditor. Dated at Princeton this 4th dav of May, 1904. First publication April 14,1904. nortgage Foreclosure Sale. Whereas, default has been made in the con ditions of a certain mortgage bearing date the 10th day of December A 1903, executed and delivered by George Huber and Tresia Huber his wife mortgagors, unto Carrie Mitchell' mortgagee, which mortgage was on the 12th day of December, A 1902 at the hour of nine clock A of said day, duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds within and for Mille Lacs countv, Minnesota, in book N of mortgages on page 359 thereof, and Whereas, said default consists in the failure to pay certain of the interest due upon said mortgage and the note which the same secures and by reason of such default the owner and holder thereof has exercised the option speci fied in said mortgage and has declared the principal sum secured thereby now due and payable, and Whereas, there is now due and claimed to be due at the date of this notice, upon the said mortgage the sum of two hundred nineteen dollars ($219 00) and no proceedings at law or otherwise, have been instituted to recover said amount, or any part thereof Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage contained, and therewith recorded, and pursu ant to the statute in such case made and pro vided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the land therein described, which is situate in the county of Mille Lacs, and State of Minnesota, and described as follows, to-wit The southeast quarter of the northeast quar ter and the north half of the southeast quarter of section numbered nineteen (19), in township numbered forty-three (43), of range numbered twentj-seven (27), containing one hundred and twenty acres, more or less, which sale will be made by the sheriff of Mille Lacs county at the front door of the court house, in the village of Princeton, in said county, on Saturday the 28th day of May, A 1904, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay the sum then due on said mortgage, and taxes if any on said premises,l and twenty-five dollars at torney's feesSthereina stipulated to be paid in case of foreclosure and the disbursements allowedd bay law A Mi nnesota *f V^ Apri 11th Cou 0t c, CARRIE MITCHELL, STEWART & BROWER Mortgagee Attorneys for Mortgagee. First publication April 14,1904 Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. Default has been made the conditions of a mortgage executed by Fred Goulding, mort gagor, to Jean M. Newbert, mortgagee, dated January 21st, A. 1901, and recorded the office of the register of deeds of Mille Lacs County, Minnesota, January 21st, A. 1901, at two clock p. M. in book "K" of mortgages on page S85 And no action or proceeding has been in stituted at law to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof, the amount claimed to be due on the said mortgage at the date hereof is two hundred forty-four and 60-100 (8244.60) dollars. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale therein contained and pursuant to the statute in such case provided, said mort gage will be foreclosed by sale of the land and premises therein described viz, An undivided one-half part of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter (sw* of sex) of section eleven (11), the northeast quarter of the north east quarter (ne} of neM) of section twenty nine (89), township thirty-eight (88), range twenty-seven (27), and the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter (se of swj)o sec tion (11), township thirty-seven (37). range twenty-six (26), Mille Lacs County, Minnesota, by the sheriff of said county, at the front door of the court house in the village of Princeton in said Mille Lacs County, Minnesota, on the 4th day of June A. 1904, at ten o'clock A. M. to pay the amount then due on the said mort gage, together with the costs of such foreclos ure, Including the sum of twenty-five and no 100 (125.00) dollars attorney's fee stipulated in said mortgage. Dated April 8th, A. 1904. JEAN NEWBERT, now JEAN M. O'KILUHKL E. L. MQMILLAN, Mortgagee Attorney for Mortgagee, T, Princeton, Minn.