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\&/>Q Farm Fireside. Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents. MtMMMMIIMMmMtMtl BALDWIN. the Mrs. Ben Johnson called at Murphy home Sunday afternoon. Mayme Johnosn spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust John son. H. Camp and family of Blue Hill spent Sunday with John South and wife. L. Pierson and family spent Sun day afternoon with C. Babb and family George Judkms and family called on Mrs. Chas. Judkins on Sunday afternoon. Frank and Chester Way are digging potatoes for Mr. Fritzell of Green lake this week. Hurry, each and all. Winter is coming and it may catch you if you are a laggard. Paul Griep and Herman Abram spent one evening last week at the J. Pierson home. Boyd Hamilton and Iva McCracken spent Sunday with their cousin, S. A. Lane, and family. The farmers ar hauling their sor ghum cane to Thompson's. There was quite a bit of cane raised around here this year. Croquet seems to be the ruling game up at the corners. You can hear the balls cracking at almost any time these days. The Norberg threshing outfit is operating in this vicinity. The Hard ing machine has pulled back to Greenbush. Everyone has their beans all cut and waiting for a bean thresher to come around. Nearly every farmer planted beans this year. Mrs. G. Johnson and daughter, Mayme, and Mrs. Verne Mellotte and Mildred Johnson called at the O'Malley home on Sunday. We miss Jess' smiling face since he departed for St. Paul to resume his studies in the law school. Jess is one of our most genial young men. Wm. Trunk and family, Mrs. Smithers and daughter, Ada, and Mrs Heath and daughter, Mildred, spent Sunday with O. A. Dorff and family. There wasn't so large an attendance at church at the Judkins school house on Sunday as usual. We wonder what the reason was? Perhaps it was on account of the cold weather. There was a large crowd in atten dance at Sandy lake on Friday and everyone reports a dandy time. If you desire a royal good time you should go to the Sandy lake dances. Richard and Ernest Rosing are here from Minneapolis for a couple of weeks with their parents. The boys are employed as street car conductors at that place. We are glad to see their beaming countenances in this vicinity again. Miss Odegaard is pieparing a unique entertainment to be held in the Judkins school house on Hallowe'en night Afterwards a carpet rag social will be held. Each ball will be sold to the highest bidder and then will commence the fun, for the young fellows will unwind their balls of car pet rags to see what fair lady's name is hidden therein. We are all looking forward to it with great anticipation. Hurry up, you other schoolma'ams, and think up something just as unique if not more so Mr. Gharet lost a cow last week. Mathew White has returned home irom Montana. Ed Laporte is sick and Dr. Cooney is attending him. Mr. Sanborn was trying his corn binder on Sunday. Del Pierson was a caller at Tom Looney's on Sunday. Wm. O'Malley has been on the sick list but is improving. Miss Ehta Smithers was a guest of her parents over Sunday. Some of the neighbors have their threshing done and some have not. Ada Smithers, Mildred Heath, Mrs. Smithers and Mrs. Lizzie Heath were out butternutting on Sunday. BLUE HILL Mrs. E. Camp spent Monday calling on Mrs. Chas. Brande. Orahood was out from Princeton visiting old-time neighbors last week. Frank Morrill and wife made a business trip to Princeton on Mon day. Matt Johnson has had a new roof put on the house occupied by his mother. Elsie Baker of Mille Lacs county was calling on friends in Blue Hill last week. Elmer Thompson and wife and daughter, Addie, were calling in Blue Hill last week. Marion Horton from Dane county, Wisconsin, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Frank Morrill. i Herb Anderson and wife and Mrs. E. Anderson of Princeton visited a couple of days last week at James Hartman's. Gottwerth, the butcher, of Princeton was seen on our streets on Sunday with his automobile. Clarence Taylor sold several head of fat cattle and delivered them in Princeton on Monday. Hartman Camp, wife and children went over into Baldwin last Sunday and visited at John South's. Sam Tilley threshed for Thos. Tel lefson and John Thompson last week and is now threshing for M. Kaliher. Mr. Adams, who has been visiting at John Fullwiler's the past month, has returned to the northern part of the state. Erick Westling of Milaca has been threshing in this vicinity the past week. He purchased the Stowe threshing outfit. Wanted, to buy, a safe, gentle pony for a boy to ride or drive. Must be cheap. Write Orrin Brande, Prince ton, Minn., Route 1. A man from Davenport, Iowa, has purchased 120 acres of land just east of Clarence Taylor's farm in section 15. He will not move here till spring, but he got a fine farm at $9 per acre. Huber LaMoreaux made a trip to Milaca on Saturday for the purpose of having some dental work done, so he reports, but we are thinking there must be a greater attraction in Hay land township which draws him that way. District 36 needs a pump that will draw water. The pupils are all equipped with individual drinking cups, but they have to dip them into the same microbe-laden pail which de feats the aims of the powers that be to prevent the spread of contagious diseases. WOODWARD BROOK. Mrs. Mark Newman came here from Minneapolis on Saturday. Mr. Thoma of Princeton bought some stock around here on Monday. Walter Halstrom is home again and has a crew of men at work improving our roads. Some repairs needed for his engine caused A. Reibe to take the train for Minneapolis last Thursday. Miss Margaret Jensen left on Mon day for the cities, where she will at tend the state agricultural college for a term. Miss Ionia Van Loonen from Prairie View, Kansas, visited with the Starkenberg family on Sunday and Monday We are in need of an American Sun day school in our neighborhoodso many children and no place to send them on Sunday. Mark Newman has bought the wood sawing outfit of Brent Anderson and intends to go out with it to help the farmers get ready their supply of winter fuel A. Holtman of Baldwin, Wis who is here visiting his daughter, Mrs. P. C. Van Someren, went to Princeton on Monday to undergo an operation at the Northwestern hospital. Brent Anderson and family intend to leave for their new home near De troit, Minn in the near future. Mr Anderson's neighbors and friends are sorry to see them leave but hope they may be both prosperous and happy in their new home GREENBUSH. Willie Jenkins was in Foley on Saturday. Mrs. Fradette called on Mrs. Derry on Monday- Mr. Harding has moved his thresh ing rig to Baldwin Elmer and Elzaior Normandin spent Sunday at Fradette's. Mrs. A. Raiche called on Mrs. Whittier at Princeton on Thursday. Henry Foster dug potatoes for Gennow with his digger a few days last week. Miss Agnes Fradette is employed at the home of her sister, Mrs. Frank Rehaume. Mrs. Henry Foster and daughter, Alvina, spent Friday afternoon at Gennow's. Mrs. Harding and son, Charley, called on Mrs. Henry Foster on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Foster and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. Ross. Mrs. John Pederson has returned home after a week's visit with rela tives in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Heruth and Alfred and Freda Heruth attended church in Princeton on Sunday. A number from this vicinity attended the dance in the school house in dis trict 5 on Friday evening. Stanley Wenberg departed on Saturday for Minneapolis, where he will spend the winter working. Mr. and Mrs. David Raiche and son, Bernard, were callers at the Reibestein home on Wednesday. Miss Pearl Olive Labbissonniere called on her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. David Raiche, on Sunday even ing. Miss Pearl Olive Labbissonniere spent Saturday evening and part of Sunday with her cousin, Mrs. Agnes Derry. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guderian and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Guderian in Princeton township. Mrs. Guyette has returned to her home in St. Paul after a few days' visit with her niece, Mrs. Louis Rocheford, at this place. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rehaume was baptized last Sunday by Rev. Father Levings. They named her Eva Marie. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hughes, Mrs. Jones and Mabel and Louis Jones spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jones and family. Albert Nekola has returned home after a two week's visit with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. David Raiche. Mr. Nekola is an engineer at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boutin, Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Fradette, Lawrence and Vernette Grow, O. Derry and Pearl Labbissonniere were among the callers at Normandin's on Sunday. THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1911. 8PENCER BROOK. Charles Tompkins and family at tended the Cambridge fair last Fri day. Mrs. A. A. Foote and Mrs. Sever ance visited Mrs L. Turner last Saturday. Mrs. S. P. Babb drove to St. Francis last Saturday and visited Mrs. Emmons over Sunday. Carlton Smith of Cambridge and Miss Lizzie Wentworth were calling on friends in this vicinity last Sun day. Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Whit ing's house was discovered to be on fire and it quickly burned to the ground. Very little was saved. O. E. Clough of Everett, Washing ton, is here on a visit to his sisters and brother. It has been 8 years since he visited Minnesota and he naturally sees a good many changes. DISTRICT NO. 50. Mrs. C. L. Campbell and sister, Mrs. J. Parsons, were visiting in Blue Hill on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Franklin were callers at the Lambert home on Sun day. There was a ball game played on the Baldwin diamond on Sunday be tween Baldwin and Canada. The score was 17 to 21 in favor of Baldwin. We are sorry to say that Andrew Anderson is not improving much at this writing, but we are in hopes that he will soon take a turn for the better. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fiero and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lambert attended the dance at the King residence on Saturday evening and report a good time. Put Anderson and Chas. Sausser of Princeton took in the ball game on Sunday. It is reported that J. D. Tann has sold the remainder of his real estate holdings in this locality to parties from the cities. The first light frost of the season struck this locality on Monday night. There was a special school meeting on Monday evening to give the voters a chance to decide several knotty propositions he Ki\erside Hotel Having entered into possession of the Riverside hotel I am now pre pared to cater to the people's wants and solicit a share of their patronage. I shall endeavor to give my patrons satisfaction at all timesthe service will be of the best. Try the Riverside hotel under its new management. 33-13tc Alex Simpson, Prop. State News. Seth H. Kenney of Waterville has 20 varieties of apples growing on one tree. John Ambrosich of St. Cloud, who made a specialty of getting drunk after every pay day and abusing his wife, was last week chased out of town. Miss Margaret Palmer of Hibbing has been elected president of the Min nesota Librarians' association, which held its annual meeting at St. Albans Beach, Lake Minnetonka, last week. Walter Jerrard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Jerrard of St. Cloud, and Glen Dudley of the same place, aged 16 and 12 years respectfully,were recently awarded honor medals for saving human lives. State Dairy Commissioner Winkjer says that cream should be graded, as is wheat, and that it should be paid for on the basis of its grade. He says there is no reason why the man who brings in poor cream should be paid as much for it as the man who brings in a good quality. President Taft has lost his happy summer home. At least he's lost it at Lake Minnetonka. The F. B. Wells estate on Bald hill, which 'Tonka residents proposed giving the presi dent if he would come there to live, has been sold. It will be cut up into lots and small residences built there on. A pity, to be sure! Notice of Execution Sale. Under and by virtue of an execu tion to me directed and delivered, is sued out of and under the seal of the district court of the state of Minneso ta in and for the Twelfth Judicial District and county of Lac qui Parle, upon a judgment rendered and docketed in said court on the 21st day of December, 1906, in an action where in Theo. Hamm Brewing Company is plaintiff and Henry O. Uglem and Theodore I. Erickson are defendants, and docketed in the county of Mille Lacs, Minnesota, on the 27th day of September, 1909, in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendants, for the sum of two hundred and thirty-eight dollars, with two dollars additional costs, I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of the judgment debtor, Her^ry O. Uglem, in and to the following described real property, to-wit: All that part of the east half of the northeast quarter of section seven (7), in township thirty six (36) north, of range twenty-six (26) west of the Fourth Principal Meridian, which lies east of the right of way of the Great Northern Railway Company, containing six and eleven twelfths acres more or less, and being in said Mille Lacs county, and held by the said Henry O. Uglem under the name of Henry Uglem or otherwise. Therefore, notice is hereby given that I, as sheriff of said Mille Lacs county, will sell the above described real property to the highest bidder for cash, at public auction, at the front door of the court house in the village of Princeton, in said Mille Lacs county, on the /28th day of October, 1911, at 11 o'clock a. m. to satisfy said execution, together with interest, expenses and costs. Dated, September 12th, 1911. HARRY SHOCKLEY, 38-6t Sheriff. (First Pub Sept 31) Summons. STATE OF MINNEbOTA, I County of Mille Lacs fso District Court beventh Judicial District Charles Keith Plaintiff 1 vs I George Mead, Andrew Anderson Anna Murray Jones, William Loch ren, Isabella Diggins Isaac N Tomp kins, Henry Webster, Alfred Prouty, Alfred Prouty, Zoe Prouty, George W Perry, Charles Cannon, Samuel Hall, Harrison Pratt, Frank A Newman Philip E Kuhn, Olaf John son, E Mark Live Stock Company, Catharine A Gallagher, Ruth A Da vis also all other persoas or parties unknown claiming any right, title, es tate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein Defendants. The State of Minnesota to the above named defendants You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint, of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint has been filed in the oftlce of the clerk of said dls tnct court at the village of Princeton, county of Mille Lacs and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscriber at his office in the village of Princeton in the county of Mille Lacs within twenty (20) days after service of this summons upon you exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said complaint together with plaintiff costs and disbursements herein CHARLES KEITH, Plaintiff Attorney per se, Princeton, Minn Notice of Lis Pendens. STATE OF MINNESOTA, I _ County of Mille Lacs District Court, Seventh Judicial District Charles Keith, Plaintiff, AS George Mead Andrew Anderson, Anna Murray Jones William Loch ren, Isabella Diggins Isaac N Tomp kins Henrv Webster, Alfred Prouty AlfiedL Prouty, Zoe Prouty, George W Perry, Charles Cannon, Samuel Hall Harrison Pratt Frank A 1- ^ewman Philip E Kuhn Olaf John son, E Mark Live Stock Company Catharine A Gallagher Ruth Davis also all other persons or par ties unknown claiming any right title estate lien or interest in tbe real estate described herein Defendants Notice is hereby given that an action has been commenced in this court by the above named plaintiff against the above named de fendants That the object of said action is to determine the adverse claim of the defendants ana each and all of them and the rights of the parties respectrvelv herein in and to the leal estate herein titer described and that the premises affected bj said action situated in the county of Mille Lacs and state of Minnesota are described as follows The southeast quarter of the southeast quai ter of section sevtn (i and lots three (i) and four (4) in section twenty-seven (27), township fortj-thiee (4.i) range twenty-seven (.27) the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section thirty-five (So) and lot one (l) in sec tion thirty-six (ifi) township forty-two (4~ range twenty-seven the north half of the northwest quartei of section twenty-four (24) township forty-three (-43) range twentv-nve (2i) the southeast quarter of the southeast quaiter ot section twenty-six (26) township fortv-two (42) range twenty-live 'li) the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter and the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section thirty-five (i5), township forty-one (41) lange twentv-'seven (27) the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section thirteen (131 township thirty-nine (39), range twenty-six (26) the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section twenty-eight (28), township thirty eight (38), range twenty-seven (27) the south east quarter of the northeast quarter of sec tion one (l) and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section thirty-hve (35), township thirty-nine (39) range twenty-seven (27) the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section twenty-seven (27), township forty-two (42) range twenty-six (26) CHARLES KEITH Plaintiff Attorney per se, Princeton Minn (First Pub Sept 28) Citation for Hearing on Final Account and for Distribution. ESTATE OF OLIVE BARKER State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs In Probate Court In the matter of the estate of Olive Barker, decedent The state of Minnesota to the next of kin and all persons interested in the final account and distribution of the estate of said decedent The representative of the above named de cedent having filed in this court his final ac count of the administration of the estate of said decedent, together with his petition pray ing for the adjustment and allowance of said final account and for distribution of the resi due of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled Therefore you and each of you, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have before this court at the probate court rooms in the court house in the village of Princeton in the county of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota, on the 23rd day of October, 1911, at 10 clock a why said petition should not be granted Witness, the judge of said court and the seal of said court, this 26th day of September, 1911 WM SANFORD [Seal] Probate Judge. 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