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Correspondents
ZIMMERMAN.
Eugene Lovell drove to Princeton
Monday.
Mrs. G. N. Stendahl is visiting
friends in Minneapolis.
Miss Estella Higgins left Tuesday
for a two weeks visit in Anoka.
Mrs. Gates is visiting with her
daughter in Princeton this week.
Chas. Swanson came up from Elk
River Monday and returned Tuesday.
C. W. Parker and G. D. Hetrick had
business at the county seat Tuesday.
Miss Belle Orton visited her sister,
Miss Mae, from Friday until Monday
evening.
The Rebekah play and dance were
well patronized and netted the lodge
about $40.
Mrs. S. H. Smith was called back to
Anoka Friday morning by the illness
of her husband.
Messrs. Haven and Gutzler of Big
Lake were in town Friday and Satur
day on business.
Henry Swanson was transacting
business in Minneapolis from Satur
day until Monday.
The Misses Younger, who have
been visiting the Lynchs, returned to
Minneapolis Thursday.
Swen Kight left for Kansas City and
Jack Larson for St. Louis with cars
of potatoes last Tuesday.
Geo, Barrett and sister Edna of Elk
River visited friends and took in the
play and dance Friday evening.
The Misses Ruth and Clara Orr
spent their vacation with their sisters
and returned home Monday evening.
H. J. Mickelson returned from Min
neapolis Saturday evening accompa
nied by his daughter, Mrs* Axel John
son.
Mr. Hurtt, Frank Glass, H. J.
Mickelson and Mrs. Harry English
were in Elk River last Thursday be
tween trains.
Miss Ina Bean and Maude Bowles
attended the regular meeting of the
Rebekah lodge at Princeton last Wed
nesday evening.
Miss Stella Schumaker was accom
panied home Friday by her friend,
Miss Ida May Schmidt, who spent
Sunday with her.
Miss Belle Grant of Princeton
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry English and attended the Re
bekah play and dance Friday evening.
She returned home Saturday evening.
A Habit to Be Encouraged.
The mother who has acquired the
habit of keeping on hand a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, saves
herself a great amount of uneasiness
and anxiety. Coughs, colds and
croup, to which children are suscepti
ble are quickly cured by its use. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia, and if given as
soon as the first symptoms of croup
appear, it will prevent the attack.
This remedy contains nothing injuri
ous and mothers give it to little ones
with a feeling of perfect security.
Sold by Princeton Drug Co.
SPENCER BROOK.
A number of good farms are for
rent around Spencer Brook.
The town supervisors met last Wed
nesday to redistrict the road districts
of Spencer Brook.
Prof. Arnold of Anoka held a mu
sical entertainment at the Methodist
church last Friday evening.
Miss Anna Whiting departed last
Tuesday for Lewistown, Mont., to re
sume her work teaching music.
On Friday evening last there was a
social hop at the Woodman hall.
Forty couples participated in the fes
tivities.
Henry Whiting left Thursday last
for Minneapolis, and Miss Jennie for
Cannon Falls to resume her position
as teacher in the public schools.
Jay Smith lost a horse on Monday.
It had all the symptoms of hydro
phobiathe animal was bitten ten
months ago by a dog that afterwards
proved to have rabies.
It's a good old world after all
If you have no friends or money,
In the river you can fall
Marriages are quite common and,
More people there would be,
Provided you take Rocky Mountain
Tea. a A. Jack.
OXBOW.
Mrs. Francis has been quite sick the
past week.
Lennie Bockoven has moved into his
new home.
Val Mott has been visiting friends
at Long Lake the past week.
Emil Lundgren and Johnnie Meyer
were putting up ice last week.
Percy Harter's children have re
covered from their recent illness.
Miss Masie Mott is at the home of
Mrs. John Gates for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson were vis
itors at the home of Mr. Rudolph.
Walter Annis has been busy mulch
ing his strawberry bed the past few
TfiB
days which we take as an indication
of the coming spring.
Mr. Talbert and family arrived
safely at their home at Long Lake.
Dale Francis visited at the home of
his sister, Mrs. Carl Dehn, last Sun
day.
Mrs. Mott and family and Jock
Graves were callers at the home of
Lennie Bockoven.
Mrs. Henry Steeves' mother, Mrs.
Hall, is seriously ill. It is hoped she
will soon recover.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Harter were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gates and Mrs.
Herb Gates were visitors at the home
of Emil Lundgren on Sunday.
The young folks of Oxbow took ad
vantage of the fine weather on Sunday
to take a trip to Brickton in a bob
sleigh.
The farmers have been busy hauling
brick for the last two weeks for the
new Gates school house, which will
be built as soon as the weather will
permit.
The Ladies' Social club met at the
home of Mrs. L. Annis. The usual
routine of business was disposed of
and a pleasant afternoon was the re
sult of the meeting.
The farewell surprise party which
was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
G. R. Talbert on February 16 was
largely attended by their friends and
neighbors, all present declaring it a
pleasant event long to be remembered.
Mrs. Talbert was presented with a
linen table cloth and napkins and Mr.
Talbert with a souvenir hand miror.
Anton Huber, 510 Livingston St.,
Elizabeth, N. J., has a girl who had
two attacks of appendicitis last winter
and was threatened with another when
he ordered a bottle of Dr. Adler's
Treatment. Thirty days later he
wrote: I have almost used up the
Treatment sent me. My girl is feeling
quite well now. The pains in the
abdomen are all gone, also the belch
ing after eating." Large dollar bot
tles at Home Drug Store.
FORESTON.
Jacob Kling and family have moved
back to their old home at Morris,
Minn.
The dance given by the Foreston
club last Friday evening was a great
success.
Misses Abbott and Steinbach spent
Saturday afternoon with Miss Hulda
Lindman.
Josephine Brennan of St. Cloud
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
F. P. T. Neumann.
Rev. Kepple went to St. Cloud Tues
day to visit his son, who is one of the
normal instructors.
Avis Robinson has returned from
Sandstone where, she has been em
ployed as head clerk in one of the de
partment stores.
Mrs. M. A. Greenough intends to
visit a few days next week with friends
at Sauk Rapids. All will miss her
smiling face around here.
Miss Dorothy Christensen, who
teaches school in Greenbush, spent
several days last week with her par
ents. She is always a welcome visi
tor around here.
Mrs. M. Nelson received the sad
message that her grandson, aged 18,
had been killed at Tacoma, Wash.
The remains will be sent to Eveleth
for burial. The relatives of the de
ceased left here for Eveleth on Mon
day evening to attend the funeral.
Hunting tor Trouble.
"I've lived in California 20 years,
and am still hunting for trouble in the
way of burns, sores, wounds, boils,
cuts, sprains, or a case of piles that
Bucklen's Arnica Salve won't quickly
cure," writes Charles Walters of Al
leghany, Sierra county. No use hunt
ing, Mr. Walters it cures every case,
guaranteed at C. A. Jack's drug store.
25 cents.
ISLE.
John Haggberg started up his plan
ing mill last Monday for two or three
weeks run.
Chas. Oquist entertained a number
of young folks at a birthday party
last Sunday.
His Business.
The lady in black pointed toward
the sky.
"My husband," she sighed, "is up
there. But he is looking down. Per
haps he sees all that we do.
"How long has he been dead,
ma'am?" we inquired gently.
With a frown she answered:
"Dead
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He isn't dead. He's an
The Best Physic.
When you want a physic that is mild
and gentle, easy to take and pleasant
in effect, take Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents.
Every box warranted. Get a free
sample at Princeton Drug Co's. drug
store and try them.
From Boating.
"Miss Stebbins is from Boston, isn't
she?"
I think so. I heard her refer yes
terday to a sweatshop as a 'perspir
ing establishment.' "Chicago Rec
ord-Herald.
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Church Topics
7 4. 4. Sunday and Weekday
Announcements.
SWEDISH LUTHERAN.
Services will be held on Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock by Rev. Mag
ney, the recently appointed pastor.
METHODIST.
Morning, 10:30, subject, "The
Christian Extra evening, 7:30,
sermon, "The Beautiful Daughters of
Job." Sunday school 12 m. Ep
worth League, 6:30, subject, "The
Duty of Testimony," led by the
pastor. Good music at both services.
Announcement.
At the request of many friends I
have consented \o become a candidate
for village recorder. If chosen I
think I can discharge the duties of the
position in a satisfactory manner. If
elected I will furnish a safe place for
the books and records of the village
in the fire-proof vaults of M. S.
Rutherford & Co.
Ira G. Stanley.
A Queer JError.
The late Ambrose L. Thomas, the
noted advertising expert of Chicago
once told a story about two doctors in
an address on advertising.
"To illustrate my point," he said,
apropos of an advertising error, "I'll
tell you about my friend Bones.
"Bones was taken down very bad,
and, his family physician being out
of town, a specialist was called in.
"But the family physician unex
pectedly returned, and he and the
specialist entered Bones' chamber to
gether. They found the man in a high
fever and partially unconscious.
Each put his hand under the bed
clothes to feel Bones' pulse, and each
accidentally got hold of the other's
hand.
'He has typhoid,' said the first
physician.
'Nothing of the kind,' said the
other. 'He's only drunk.'
Due: Up tlie Wrong Hat.
This happened in an Atchison church
recenlty: A woman bent her head in
prayer and her hat fell off, rolled
under the seat and disappeared. She
remembered that she had forgotten to
put any hat pins in it when she started.
She closed her eyes in prayer, in the
meantime poking around with her um
brella for her hat. She felt it, grabbed
it out and put it on, only to find when
she raised her head that everyone in
the vicinity was laughing. She had
put on a man's hat.Atchison Globe.
I have been suffering from stom
ach trouble for a whole year and have
tried many remedies without getting
better. One bottle of Dr. (Adler's
Treatment has made me feel very
good again. Mrs. John Spoering,
Courtland, Minn." Large dollar
bottles at Home Drug Store.
Horses suitable for all purposes will
be thereMark's auction, March 2.
No 190
Notice of Expiration of Redemption.
Office of County Auditor,
County of Mille Lacs,
State of Minnesota.
To Joseph Under]eak:
You are hereby notified that the
following piece or parcel of land, sit
uated in the county of Mille Lacs,
state of Minnesota,, and known and
described as follows, to-wit: The
southeast quarter of northeast quarter
(SEM of NE^ of section four (4),
in township foi'ty-one (41), range
twenty-seven (27), is now assessed in
your name.
That on the 11th day of May, A. D.
1903, at a sale of land pursuant to
the real estate tax judgment duly given
and made in and by the district court
in and for said county of Mille Lacs,
on the 19th day of March, A. D. 1903,
in proceedings to enforce the payment
of taxes delinquent upon real estate
for the year A. D. 1901, for said
county of Mille Lacs, the above de
scribed piece or parcel of land was
duly offered for sale, and no one bid
ding upon said offer an amount equal
to that for which said piece or parcel
was subject to be sold^to-wit: the sum
of three dollars,the same was duly bid
in for the state of Minnesota for said
sum.
That thereafter, and on the 12th day
of November, A. D. 1906, the said
piece or parcel of land, not then hav
ing been redeemed from said sale, and
having then become the absolute prop
erty of the state of Minnesota, was
sold and conveyed at public sale by
the county auditor of said county pur
suant to the order and direction of
the state auditor of the state of Min
nesota, and in accordance with the
provisions of the statute in such case
made and provided, for the sum of
fifteen dollars and sixty-one cents
duly paid to the county treasurer of
said county.
That the certificate of sale for said
piece or parcel of land executed and
delivered by said county auditor upon
said sale last above mentioned has
been presented to me at my office by
the holder thereof, for the purpose of
having notice of expiration of time
for redemption from said tax sale of
said property given and served, and
that the amount required to redeem
said piece or parcel of land from said
tax sale, at the date of this notice, ex
clusive of the costs to accrue upon
said notice, is the sum of sixteen
dollars and nine cents*
That the time for the redemption of
said piece or parcel of land from said
tax sale will expire sixty (60) days
after the service of this notice and the
filing of proof of such service in my
office.
Witness my hand and seal of office
this 16th day of February, A. ,D. 1907.
[Seal.] E. E. WHITNEY,
Auditor -Mille Lacs County, Minne
sota.
eTHTTBSDAY, FEBBTTARY 28^ 1907.
Sf Good grade outing flan
nel, per yard
after the1
Hosiery of all kinds, wool,
fleeced and cotton i|n
hose from UU
& Wash goods of all kinds at
away below cost
Twenty-five mules will be there
Mark's auction, March 2.
No 187
Notice of Expiration of Redemption.
Office of County Auditor,
County ot Mille Lacs,
State of Minnesota.
To Joseph Underleak:
You are hereby notified that the
following piece or parcel of land, sit
uated in the county of Mille Lacs,
state of Minnesota, and known and
described as follows, to-wit: The
northeast quarter of northeast quarter
(NE^J of 1ME34) of section four (4), in
township forty-one (41), range twenty
seven (27), is now assessed in your
name.
That on the 11th day of May, A. D.
1903, at a sale of land pursuant to the
real estate tax judgment duly given
and made in and by the district court
in and for said county of Mille Lacs,
on the 19th day of March, A. D. 1903,
in proceedings to enforce the payment
of taxes delinquent upon real estate
for the year A. D. 1901, for said county
of Mille Lacs, the above described
piece or parcel of land was duly of
fered for sale, and no one bidding
upon said offer an amount equal to
that for which said piece or parcel
was subject to be sold, to-wit: the sum
of three dollars and fifty-one cents,
the same was duly bid in for the state
of Minnesota for said sum.
That thereafter, and on the 12th day
of November, A. D. 1906, the said
piece or parcel of land, not then hav
ing been redeemed from said sale, and
having then become the absolute prop
erty of the state of Minnesota, was
sold and conveyed at public sale ^by
the county auditor of said county pur
suant to the order and direction of
the state auditor of the state of Min
nesota, and in accordance with the
provisions of the statute in such case
made and provided, for the sum of
seventeen dollars and seventy-four
cents duly paid to the county treas
urer of said county.
That the certificate of sale for said
piece or parcel of land executed and
delivered by said county auditor upon
said sale last above mentioned has
been presented to me at my office by
the holder thereof, for the purpose of
having notice of expiration of time for
redemption from said tax sale of said
property given and served, and that
the amount required to redeem said
piece or parcel of land from said tax
sale, at the date of this notice, ex
clusive of the costs to accrue upon
said notice, is the sum of eighteen
dollars and twenty-nine cents.
That the time for the redemption of
said piece or parcel of land from said
tax salewil
expirethis
sixty (60)
dayse service of notice and th
filing of proof of such service in my
office.
Witness my hand and seal of office
this 16th day of February, A. D. 1907.
[Seal.] E. E. WHITNEY,
Auditor Mille Lacs County, Minne
sota.
A lot of Shetland ponies will be
thereMark's auction, March 2.
1 ComingAlongFine*
I We Must Cleanup the Odd sand Ends of Stock I
I Below Cost at the Fire Sale at Roadstrom's.
Underwear
g If you don't need it now buy for next season. All this
stuff is going up. You can save money by buying
$ now. Wool underwear at
0 Fleeced-lined at 19c and 33c.
Misce
COME AND LOOK FOR YOURSELVES.
We will guarantee to save you
money. Call in and see our
goods before buying. We can
make terms to suit purchaser.
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BUSINESS LOCALS.
Farm for Sale.
The northwest quarter of section 8
in the town of Greenbush. Apply to
Henry Hess, Foreston, Minn. R. 1.
For Sale.
Young, sound farm mares and
horses constantly on hand, which I
will sell for cash or on six months or
one year's time. Call at my barn east
of depot. s. Libby.
Found, on Wednesday last near
Chas. Keith's office, a pocketbook
containing a sum of money. Owner
may obtain same by describing prop
erty and paying for this notice upon
application at the i on office.
Wall Paper Less Than Cost.
I have purchased the Princeton
Drug company's stock of salvage wall
paper and will dispose of the same at
prices materially below the original
cost. Call at my residence and look
the stock over. Louis Bobideau.
General Blacksmlthlng.
I have commenced business at my
former stand in Wyanett and am pre
pared to do all kinds of work in the
blacksmith line. Horse shoeing, plow,
Val. laces on sale Saturday 6
5 cent Valenciennes, Qp
per yard Oh
10c and 12c Valenciennes
per yard
Dress (foods at very low prices.
STROMw
SEWING MACHINES
The Wonder ftheHge. Two Machines in One.
Makes a Lock Stitch or a Chain Stitch at your pleasure.
New Home Sewing Machines!
No machines better than the New Home and Domestic.
Pianos and Organs.
Here are a few of the makes we selk
PIANOS ORGANS
Vose, Colby,
Raudenbush
& Sons,
Shoniger, Estey
and Wesley.
Estey,
Hamilton,
Wesley
and
Monarch.
BEADipThT"'
Mr. and Mrs. Guy E-wina',
Security Bank Building, Princeton, Minn.
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wagon and sleigh work a specialty.
Work guaranteed.
10-13 Andrew Godeen.
Land for Sale.
600 and 31-100 acres at $15 and up
according to location 200 acres in the
village limits. Easy terms, long time.
7-tf Mrs. A. M. Cater.
FoundBetween J. H. Grow's and
Nels Robideau's a pocketbook con
taining a small sum of money. Loser
can obtain same by proving property
and paying for this notice. Apply to
Mrs. B. Dilley, Greenbush.
Notice.
I have rented the A. H. Steeves
barn on Main street and will conduct
a sale and feed stable on the premises.
Persons looking for good horses
should see me before buying el
where Chas. King.s
For Sale.
Six room cottage, stable and good
out buildings, good water, three lots
plenty of trees and shrubbery, good
fence and sidewalk, located west of
and opposite the Catholic church
Terms of payment easy.
C. H. Chadbourne.

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