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OFFICIAL
Proceedings of Board of County Com
missioners of Mille Lacs County.
Auditor's Office, Mille Lacs County,
Minn. Princeton, July 11, 1910.
Board of county commissioners met
in annual session, according to law.
All members present except Com
missioner C. E. Erickson of the 4thNewd
district.
The county auditor reported to the
board that the Mille Lacs county
funding bonds and interest thereon
had been fully paid and satisfied, and
that there still remained to the credit
of said fund the sum of $1,151.60, and
the board having examined into the
matter and finding the facts to be true
as stated, on motion of Commissioner
Cater, seconded by Commissioner
Dalchow and carried unanimously, it
was ordered that said amount be
transferred from said funding bonds
fund to the credit of the county reve
nue fund, and that all future collec
tions from taxes levied for the pay
ment of said bonds and interest be
credited to the county revenue fund.
On motion of Commissioner Cater,
seconded by Commissioner Dalchow
and unanimously carried, the board
ordered that the credit balance of
$350.55 in the tax sale premium fund
be transferred to the credit of the
county revenue fund, as recommended
by the public examiner.
Bond of A. E. Whitney as county
auditor of Mille Lacs county from
August 1st, 1910, to the first Monday
in January, 1911, was presented for
approval, and after carefully exam
ining the same, on motion duly made
and carried by a unanimous vote the
said bond and the sureties thereon
were duly approved.
The following claims against the
county were audited and allowed in
amounts as stated:
McGill-Warner Co., blanks for county
superintendent $ 9.50
Free Press Ptg. Co.. tax books and tabs
for 1910 67.50
Louis Dow Co., blanks and office
supplies 19.85
Fritz & Cross, blanks 7.85
Security Blank Book & Ptg. Co.,
mortgage record, blanks and office
supplies 48.00
West Publishing Co., subscription to
Northwestern Reporter 5.00
Hennepin County, boarding county
prisoners 12.07
Annie Lund, 1 day and mileage as wit
ness, insanity case of Earl W.
Mitchell 2.14
Letitia P. Shute, 1 day and mileage as
witness, insanity case of Earl W.
Mitchell 2.80
Harry Shockley, expenses in insanity
case Earl W. Mitchell 2.62
Frank Smith, hotel bills in insanity
caseofEarlM. Mitchell 4 75
A. Z. Norton, justice fees, State vs.
Harry McCue 3.15
A. B. Whitcomb, officer's fees, State vs
HarryMcCue 1-45
Henry Schmidt, 9 days as chairman on
survey of Sec. 5. T. 36, R. 26 18.03
J. E. Chapman. 11*4 days as chairman
on survey of Sec. 5, T. 36, R. 26, and
team for surveyor 40.00
Edmund Young, team for surveyor of
state road 6.00
Tri-State Tel. & Teleg. Co., telephone
rents and tolls 3.70
Thos. J. Kaliher, conveying Knute
Morgan from Princeton to Bock 4.00
Dr. H. C. Cooney, surgical operation for
Louis Wiedewitsch 100.00
Northwestern Hospital, hospital care
for Louis Wiedewitsch 26.00
A. E. Allen & Co., goods for Mrs. Cahill 20.00
Wm. Almquist, board and washing for
Peter Hanson.. 36.00
Ole H. Uglem. expenses conveying
Peter DesJarlais to state school for
the blind 10.00
Ole H. (Jglem, 16 miles travel on bridge
committee 1.60
W. W. Clemens, road work in Com.
Dist No. 50 00
George Schmidt, road work in Com.
Dist. No.l 25.00
Henry Schramm, road work in Com
Dist.Mo.2 15 00
Noak Johnson, road work in Com.
Dist.No.3 20 00
On motion the board adjourned
until Tuesday, July 12th, 1910, at 11
o'clock a. m. Tuesday, July 12th, 1910.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
with all members present.
Following is the list of names of
presons selected by the board of
county commissioners, to be added to
the original list of names selected at
the annual session of said board in
January, 1910, for grand and petit
jurors, to take the place on said
original list of those names drawn to
serve as jurors at the April, 1910,
general term of the district court, and
retired from said* list by the clerk of
said court according to law:
FOR GRAND JURORS.
John Wetter
Nels Robideau
Axel Johnson
W Jenson
Heter Westlmg
Alfred F. Johnson
Ben Williamson
George Mattson
B. E. Erickson
Chas. Carlson
Geo. W. Freer
O. J. Bergman
Fred C. Keith
A. Abrahamson
Frank G. Magnuson
Fred Kuhrke
Carl Anderson
Gust Anderson
Knute Hatteberg
Wm. Carlson
Edw. Arvidson
Adolph Olson
J. F. Rogers
FOR PETIT JURORS
David Johnson
Henry Kuhn
Joseph Leathers
Anson Howard
Oscar Lundgren
John Billings
Erick Williams
John A. Over by
Alburt Morehouse
John Norgren
Pete Peterson
Harry Elgren
Wm. Klingbeil
Lewis Jesmer
Elbridge Anderson
Jacob S. Jacobson
Adolph Minks
Peter Larson
Grant Weatherly
Fred Ahlquist
John Kennedy
John Axell
James Warren
O. W. Anderson
Following is the list of uncollected
presonal property taxes for the year
1909, delivered to the board of county
commissioners by the county treasur
er, with the affidavit of the sheriff ac
companying said list as required by
law:
Name of Per-
son Assessed.
Charles Farrington
C. A. Lester
S. H. Palmer
Mrs. J. P. Selander
W. H. Smith
Schultz Piano Co,
J. Bockoven
S. E. Tingelief
L. E. Livingston Bogus Brook Town
s. C. Nelson
G. B. Reeves
Peter Brochman
Andrew Peterson
E. R. Brown
A S. Peterson
John Bergstrom
Joseph Greineder
B. Van Molenstein
Herman Nelson
Carl Johnson
Thomas Lawler
Daniel Bonn
Hans Christopherson
Nels Person
Egbert Cone
A. Lekberg
Herman Deke
Otto Lindberg
C. G. Hoist
Peter Nelson
D. R. Chase
Gustaf Peterson
Carrie Larson
John E. Johnson
Mille Lacs Mfg. Co. Isle Harbor Town
George Dirimple
John Krueger
William McHale
E. R. Baley
M. R. O'Brien
Mrs. Mary Quaid
Charles E. Rogers
Town or Tax and
Village, Penalty.
Princeton Village $ 6.83
6.59 1.52 8.25 1.52
23.71
.30 .06
2.16 8.87 2.01 3.10 1.99
.33 .20
5.54
25.47
3.60
10.02
2.18
.84
10.45
1.09
1.65 1.44
.12 .14
2.51
6.60
Greenbush Town
Milo Town
Borgholm Town
Milaca Town
E. Baker South Harbor Town
George Dirimple
William Mattson
Charles Wetherland
G. H. Fisher
E. Roberts
M. L. Smith
Robert Boxell
John D. Goldsworthy
Mrs George Locke Onamia Town
Charles Hanson
Nicholas Vanderpool Hayland Town
Printing Co. Princeton Village
Mau Milton
C. E. Erickson Milaca Village
Israel Hermanson
J. C. Whaley
Charles Netzow Mfg. Co.,
Ray L. Clark Milaca Town
C.A.Ness Ernest Brodd
A. LeMay
August Stromberg
Erick Erickson Milo Town
6.40
.75
4.61
.67
23.20
23.60
11.14 31.52
2.09 1.52
1.84
6.18
Onamia Village
12.01 29.74 31.67
12.84
1.10
6.93
.04
.83
1.10
3.75
9.47 3.93
16.97
6.02
19.38
.98
3.38 3.76 6.08 4.61 1.54 4.91 3.00 1.10
And on motion duly made and
seconded, it was ordered by a unani
mous vote of the board that the fol
lowing list of personal property taxes
for the year 1909 be cancelled as un
collectable:
Town or Tax and
Village Penalty
Princeton Village $ 6.83
1 52
8.25 1.52
.30 .06
2.16
Name of Per-
son Assessed
Charles Fanngton
S. H. Palmer
Mrs. J. P. Selander
W. H. Smith
J. Bockoven
S. E. Tingelief
Li. E. Livingston
Peter Brochman
E. R. Brown
A. S. Peterson
Thomas Lawler
Egbert Cone
P. A. Lekberg
Herman Deke
Otto Lindberg
C. G. Hoist
Peter Nelson
Gustaf Peterson
William McHale
Bogus Brook Town
Greenbush Town 310
.33
.20 .84
1.44
.12 .14
2.51 6 60
Milo Town
Borgholm Town
Milaca Town
Isle Harbor Town
M. R. O'Brien
Mrs. Mary Quaid
Charles E. Rogers
Charles Hanson
Maud Milton
Israel Hermanson
Ernest Brodd
August Stromberg
.75
21.52
Charles Wetherland South Harbor Town 12.84
E. Roberts
M. L. Smith
Robert Boxell
John D. Goldsworthy
6.93
.04
83
1.10 1.52
1.84 6.18
9.47 6.02
98
1.54
3.00
Onamia Village
Onamia Town
Milaca Village
Milo Town
Milaca Town
And following are the names of
persons on firms upon whom citations
were ordered issued for personal
property taxes for the year 1909, upon
motion duly made and carried by a
unanimous vote of the board:
Town or Taxes and
Village Penalty
Princeton Village $ 6.59
Names of Per-
sons or Firms
C. A. Lester
Schultz Piano Co. 23.7 1
News Printing Co. 16.97
S. O. Nelson
G. B. Reeves
Andrew Peterson
John Bergstrom
Joseph Gneneder
B. Van Molenstein
Herman Nelson
Carl Johnson
Daniel Bonn
Hans Christopherson,
A. LeMay
Nels Person
Erick Erickson
D. R. Chase
Carrie Larson
John E. Johnson
Ray Clark 6 08
C. A. Ness 4.61
C. E. Erickson Milac a Villag 19.38
J. C. Whaley 3.38
Mille Lacs Mfg. Co., Isl Harbo Tow 23.20
George Dirimple 23.60
JohnKruegar 11.14
E. Baker, South Harbor Town 12.01
George Dirimple 29.74
William Mattson 31 67
G. H. Fisher 1.10
E. R. Baley Onamia Village 2.09
Mrs. George Locke Town 3.75
Nicholas Vanderpool Hayland
Charles Netzow Mfg. Co., Milaca Village
Bogus Brook Town
Greenbush Town 2.01 1.99 5 54
Milo Town
25.47
3.60
10.02
2.18
10.45
1.09 4.91 1.65 1.10 6.40 4 61
.67
Milo Town
Milaca Town
Milaca Village
Isle Harbor Town
3.76 the
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The following claims against
county were audited and allowed
amounts as stated:
Henry Uglem, goods for Peter DesJar
lais $30 00
Henry Uglem, goods for Mary Severt
son 15.00
Allen's Department Store, goods for
Sven Skoglund 4.50
Allen's Department Store, goods for
Mrs. Roman 18.48
Bertha Presley, gooJs for August Carl
son 11.50
Sanford Hatch, board for Thomas Pit
mon 17.50
Nancy McCall, rent of house for Mrs.
E. O. Willetts.
John Dalchow, mileage attending coun
ty poor
August Schmidt, board for surveyor
and crew surveying Sec. 5, T. 36,
26
Tri-State Tel. & Teleg. Co
F. C. Cater, mileage to and from meet
ings of county board
Ole H. Uglem, mileage to and from
meeting of county board
John Dalchow, mileage to and from
meeting of county board
C. E. Erickson, mileage to and from
meeting of county board
O S Swennes, mileage to and from
meeting of county board
John Dalchow, 30 miles travel on bridge
committee
R. S. Chapman, surveying part of state
road No. 3
J. E. Chapman, chainman on survey of
part of state road No. 2
C. Cater, chainman on survey of part
of state road No. 2
A. B. Gramer, road work in Com. Dist.
No. 2
O. A. Wilson, road work in Com. Dist.
No. 4
Gust Nystrom, road work in Com. Dist.
No. 4
John Lynch, road work in Com. Dist.
No 4
H. J. Wicklund, road work in Com. Dist.
No. 4 58.25 4.00 2 00
4.80
*0
1.40 1.20 2.80
12 00
3.00
16.00
6.00 5.00
6 00
42.00 19.25
25 00
On motion the claim of $10.00 pre
sented by F. J. Darragh, D. O., for
professional services rendered Isabel
Larson, was laid over for further con
sideration.
On motion duly made by C. E.
Erickson and seconded by O. H. Ug
lem, the claim of $6.50 presented by
D. Flowers was unanimously rejected.
On motion of Commissioner Erick
son, seconded by Commissioner Cater,
the board by a unanimous vote
rescinded its resolution, passed at its
session of July 7th, 1910 designating
state road numbered 11.
On motion duly made and seconded
the following resolution was adopted
by a unanimous vote of the board:
Be it resolved by the board of
county commissioners of Mille Lacs
county, Minnesota, that, pursuant to
the provisions of Chapter 163, General
Laws 1905, the road hereinafter de
scribed, to-wit: beginning at the
northwest corner of the southwest
quarter of section 30, thence running
in a northeasterly direction, parallel
ing the right of way of the St. Cloud
& Hinckley line of the Great Northern
Railway, a distance of 1974 feet
thence in an easterly, southeasterly
and northeasterly direction, following
the laid out and traveled road, to the
right of way of said St. Cloud &
Hinckley line at a point 1230 feet west
of the north and south quarter line of
section 20, T. 38, R. 26 thence in a
northeasterly direction, following the
right of way of said St. Cloud &
Hinckley line, to the east line of the
southwest quarter of southwest
quarter of section 15, T. 38, R. 26
thence south on the eighth line to the
southeast corner of the southwest
quarter of southwest quarter of said
section 15 thence east on the section
line between sections 15 and 22 to the
southeast corner of said section 15
thence north on the section line be
tween sections 14 and 15, in said town
ship and range, to the right of way of
said St. Cloud & Hinckley line thence
northeasterly along said right of way
a distance of 1260 feet -thence norther
ly to the north side of the right of way
of said St. Cloud & Hinckley line
thence northeasterly along said right
of way to the southeast corner of
section 11, T. 38, R. 26 thence
southerly to the south side of the
right of way of said St. Cloud &
Hinckley line thence northeasterly
along the south side of said right of
way to the east line of section 12, T.
38. R. 26, and terminating at said last
named point, be and the same is here
by designated as a state road for the
purpose of having the same construct
ed in accordance with the provisions
of said law.
On motion duly made and carried
unanimously the following resolution
was adopted by the board:
Be it resolved by the board of
county commissioners of Mille Lacs
county, Minnesota, that, pursuant to
the provisions of Chapter 163 General
Laws, 1905, the road hereinafter de
scribed, to-wit: beginning on the
county road at the north county line
between sections 3 and 4, township 43,
range 25, thence running south about
three-fourths of a mile to the west
quarter post of section 3, in said
township and range thence east on
the quarter section line to the east
quarter post of said section 3 thence
south on the section lines between
sections 2 and 3, 10 and 11, 14 and 15,
22 and 23, 26 and 27, in said township
and range, to the southeast corner of
said, section 27 thence in a south
easterly direction, following the shore
of Mille Lacs lake, to the southeast
corner of the southwest quarter of
northwest quarter of section 35, town
ship and range aforesaid: thence east
to the north end of Lakeview avenue
in the townsite of Isle Harbor Beach
thence southeasterly on said Lakeview
avenue to the south quarter post of
said section 35 thence east on the sec
tion line a distance of 100 feet to the
Isle road and there terminating, be
and the same is hereby designated as
a state road for the purpose of having
the same constructed in accordance
with the provisions of said law.
On motion duly made and carried
by a unanimous vote of the board,
the following resolution was adopted:
Be it resolved by the board of
county commissioners of Mille Lacs
county, Minnesota, that, pursuant to
the provisions of Chapter 163, Gener
al Laws 1905, the road hereinafter
described, to-wit: beginning on the
county line at the southeast corner of
section 12, in township 43, range 25,
thence running west on the section line
to the southwest corner of said section
12 thence north on the section line to
the northwest corner of said section
12 thence west on the section line
between sections 2 and 4, in said
township and range, lo the northwest
corner of said section 4, and there
terminating, be and the same is here
by designated as a state road for the
purpose of having the same con
structed in accordance with the pro
visions of said law.
On motion duly made and seconded
the following resolution was unani
mously adopted:
Be it resolved by the board of
county commissioners of Mille Lacs
county, Minnesota, that pursuant to
the provisions of Chapter 163, General
Laws 1905, the road hereinafter
described, to-wit: beginning on the
county line at the northeast corner of
section 12, in township 43, range 25,
thence running west on the section line
to the northwest corner of said section
12, and there terminating, be and theduly
same is hereby designated as a state
road for the purpose of having the
same constructed in accordance with
the provisions of said law.
On motion duly made and unani
mously carried the following resolu
tion was adopted:
Be it resolved by the board of
county commissioners of Mille Lacs
county, Minnesota, that, pursuant to
che provisions of Chapter 163, Gener
al Laws 1905, the road hereinafter de
sribed, to-wit: beginning at che point
where the east and west quarter sec
tion line of section 5, in township
43, range 25, intersects the shore of
Mille Lacs lake, thence running east
on the quarter section lines through
sections 5 and 4,in said township and
range, to the east quarter post of said
section 4, and there terminating, be
and the same is hereby designated as
a state road for the purpose of having
the same constructed in accordance
with the provisions of said law.
On motion duly made and seconded,
the following amounts were unani
mously 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: For revenue fund ^o'?jS
For county poor fund *ow
For road and bridge fund a.uw
Total levy lor county purposes 820,500
Application being made to the
board by Frank Smith, a resident and
voter in the village of Princeton, for
a license as auctioneer, on motion
duly made and unanimously carried
the said application was granted.
The applicant having depositted the
fee of ten dollars required by law, it
was ordered that upon filing with the
county treasurer an approved bond,
license as auctioneer be issued to the
said Frank Smith, authorizing the
licensee to sell goods, chattels and
other property in the county of Mille
Lacs and adjoining counties for a
period of one year from date hereof.
On motion of Commissioner Erick
son, seconded by Commissioner
Uglem and unanimously carried, the
application of Wm. G. Drescher for
reduction of assessment and taxes for
the year 1909 on lot 1, in block 2, of
Ross Mere, was laid over for further
consideration.
In the matter of the hearing on the
petition of Peter Bliss, asking to be
set off from school district No. 30
school district No.
13, said .'hearino
having been continued from the
session of the board held on May 4th,
1910, on motion of Commissioner
Erickson, seconded by Commissioner
Cater and carried unanimously, the
following order was made and
adopted:
Whereas, the petition of Peter Bliss,
a freeholder of school district No. 30,
in this county, with the approval of
the county superintendent endorsed
thereon, representing that he is the
owner of the lands hereinafter
described, which are situate in said
school district, and that said lands
adjoin school district No. 13, and
asking that his said lands may be set
off from said district No. 30 to said
district No. 13 for the following
reasons: To get better school facili
ties and to save paying tuition, was
presented to the board of county com
missioners of this county, at a session
of said board held on the 29th day of
March, A. D. 1910, for the action of
said board thereon and whereas, it
was thereupon ordered by said board
that a hearing should be had on said
petition at a session of said board
commencing on the 4th day of May,
A. D. 1910, at the county auditor's
office in the village of Princeton, in
said county and whereas, it was
further ordered in and by said order
that notice of the time and place of
such hearing be given by posting a
notice of said hearing in three public
places in each of the school districts
to be affected by said petition, and by
serving upon the clerk of each of said
school districts, personally, a copy of
said notice, at least ten days before
the time appointed for such hearing
and whereas, at the said session of
said board of county commissioners,
commencing on said 4th day of May,
A. D. 1910, due proof of the posting
and service and publication of said
notice of hearing as therein directed
and required, more than ten days
prior to said last named date, having
been made and filed, said petition was
publicly read and considered by the
board, with everything which was said
by said interested parties for or
against granting the prayer of the
petitioner, and on motion of Com
missioner Uglem, seconded by Com
missioner Dalchow and duly carried,
the hearing upon said petition was
continued for further consideration
and whereas, at a session of said
board held on the 12th day of July,
A. D. 1910, the said petition and the
hearing thereon were taken up and
considered by the board, and said
board being of opinion that the
prayer of said petitioner should be
granted, it is hereby ordered and de
termined, that the following described
lands owned by him, to-wit: The
southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of section thirty (30), in town
ship thiry-eight (38), range twenty
six (26), be and the same are hereby
set off from said school district No.
30 to said school district No. 13, and
said lands are hereby made apart of
said last named school district for all
purposes whatever.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners.
Dated the 12th day of July, A. D.
1910.
O. S. SWENNES,
Chairman of Board of County
Commissioners of Mille Lacs County,
Minn.
Attest:
E. E. WHITNEY,
County Auditor and Ex-Officio
Clerk of Board.
(Official Seal)
On motion the petition of John
Edison, asking to be set off from
school district No. 21 to school dis
trict No. 14, was laid over for further
consideration.
The report of the board of audit,
designating depositories for the funds
of Mille Lacs county for the ensuing
two years was presented to the board
for examination and approval, and
after carefully examining the same,
on motion duly made and carried
unanimosuly, the said report was
approved and ordered published.
The following bonds of depositories
for the funds of Mille Lacs county for
the ensuing two years were presented
and carefully examined by the board,
and on motion duly made and carried
by a unanimous vote the said bonds
and the sureties thereon were
approved:
Bond of First National Bank
Princecon.
Bond of Princeteon State Bank.
Bond of Foreston State Bank.
Bond of Milaca State Bank.
Bond of First National Bank
Milaca.
Bond
Onamia.
Bond
Wahkon.
On motion the board
until Thursday, July 21st,
o'clock p. m.
O. S. SWENNES,
Chairman Board of County Com
missioners, Mille Lacs County, Minn.
Attest: E. E. WHITNEY,
County Auditor and Ex-Officio
Clerk of Board.
(Official Seal)
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of First State Bank of
of Soo State Bank of
adjourned
1910, at 1
USE FEET AS HANDS.
A Custom Somewhat Common Among
the Yellow Races.
A French savant, M. Lannelongue, in
a communication to the Paris Acad
emy of Sciences maintains that among
the yellow races, the Chinese, the Jap
anese and the ftalays, the foot is used
as an organ of prehension, like the
hand, to a far greater extent than is
generally supposed. He says that while
in Tokyo he sa\v a young man sitting
in a theater box grasping the rail with
his feet just as though they were hands,
ever and anon using his right foot to
scratch his left thigh. The fact that
the Japanese usually sit on their heels
at meals and in the house develops
extreme suppleness and mobility in
the feet and toes, and the prehensive
function is still further encouraged by
the fact that the Japanese who adhere
to the ancient customs wear forked
stockings and dispense with the inflex
ible and constraining European shoe.
Chinese postmen navigate their boats
lying down, steering with their hands
and rowing with their feet. The oar
is held between the big toe and the
others. The natives frequently use
their feet to collect and to pick up
small objects lying on the ground, and
sometimes even catch mice with their
toes. M. Lannelongue holds that the
yellow races/ who are able to use their
feet somewhat as the elephant uses
bis trunk or the monkey his tail, enjoy
a very considerable advantage in the
everlasting struggle for existence over
the less fortunate Caucasians, who are
able to employ their feet only for loco
motion purposes.Philadelphia Ledger.
Going Out of Business
THANK the public for their liberal patronage
of the past 20 years, and hope for a continu
ance of the same for the brief time that it takes to
close out my stock. Reduction's are being made in
all lines. Below are some of the prices on groceries:
Spices, per pound 20c
Celluloid Starch, per pkg
Red Cross Starch, per pkg 7c
Stock Salmon, large can |3c
White Drip Syrup, per gal 30c
Bengal Sorghum, per gal 50c $
Wild Rice, 21bs. for 25c
Olives, 20 oz. jar for 25c
D. BYERS I
Princeton, Minnesota
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signmodishgiving opportunity for individuality.
We have them for Men, Women and children.
Men's $2.50 to $5.00
Women's $1.50 to $3.50
Children's $1.00 to $2.00
A pleasure to show you. 1g&
Solomon Long
Job Printing and Job Printing
HERE are two kinds of Job Printingcnat which is neat and
artistic and that which possesses neither of these qualities. The
Princeton Union makes it a point to turn out none but the former
kind,' and the Union finds this easy because it has the type, machinery
and skilled labor with which to accomplish it.
Nothing LooKs Worse Than
Botched Job Printing.
It is a drawback to the business of a merchant or anyone else who uses
it. Botched Job Printing suggests loose methods. Then why not use
the kind printed by the Union? It costs you no more and gives the
public a good impression of your business. The Princeton Union is
prepared to execute every description of
Commercial and Fancy Printing
at short notice and nominal prices. If you are in need of letterheads,
noteheads, billheads, statements, cards, posters, programs, wedding
invitations or any other work in the printing line, an order for the
same placed with the Union will insure its being produced in an at-
tractive and up-to-date style.
Sfce PRINCETON UNION
Priac*ton Minnesota.
Opportunities and Limitations.
The world is full of opportunities.
The world has a place for all kinds of
people. If a man look no higher than
pickax or hod. but be industrious, the
world can use him. The opportunities
for the man who has spent the least
time in school, getting only the prac
tical studies, are better and higher
than come to him of the hod, but such
a man soon reaches his limit. He is
on a short ladder. The one who has
laid the foundation of a broad general
education as well as a technical one
has, given intelligence, industry and
loyalty, practically no limit to his ca
reer.K. U. Graduate Magazine.
A Hard Problem.
'A certain debating society is discuss
ing the question as to which is the an
grier, the husband who goes home and
finds that the dinner is not ready or
the wife who has dinner ready and
whose husband does not come home.
It is believed that the debate will end
in a draw. !T -t
Work 2 4 Hours a Day.
strength, languor into energy, brain
fag into mental power curing consti
pation, headache, chills, dyspepsia,
malaria. 25c at C. A. Jack's drug
store*
For farm loans go to Robt. H.
King. He gives lowest rates, best
terms and quick service. 50-tf
Is Life Worth Living?
Mrs. Mollie McRaney, Prentiss,
Miss., writes that she had a severe
case of kidney and bladder trouble,
and that four bottles of Foley's
Kidney Remedy cured her sound and
well. She closes her letter by Baying:"
"I heartily recommend Foley's Kid
ney Remedy to any sufferer of kidney
disease. It saved my life." Sold by
all druggists.
i
V-
The busiest little things ever made
are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every
pill is a sugar-coated globule
health, that changes weakness
into'',i^fo

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