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i Gleanings by Our Country Correspondents* WOODWARD BROOK. Herman Reibe has bought a fine new top buggy. What is her name, Herman? Mrs. M. Newman, sr., has gone to Minneapolis to visit for a time with her daughters. Our teachers, Misses Prescott and Walker, spent Saturday and Sunday at their respective homes. The attendance at school is not what it should be. Too many chil dren are kept at home to help gather the spud crop. Louis Talen returned on Friday from Hope, N. D., where he worked in the harvest fields and at threshing the past four months. Two apostles of the church of Latter Day Sajnts are here and are holding meetings every evening in the school house. Quite an interest is mani fested in their doctrine. Rev. C. Larson of Princeton was in our neighborhood Tuesday to see about organizing a Sunday school. We hope the Sunday school may materialize and that parents may take interest in it and send their children. S. Holtman, who was opreated upon last week at the Northwestern hospi tal, is gaming in strength. He ex pects to remain some four or five weeks here visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. P. C. Van Someren, before leaving for his home at Bald win, Wis. GREENBUSH. Ege is employed by Henry Nels Foster. Mr. Sausser dug potatoes for Mr. Shaw on Saturday. Charles Shaw worked Sausser on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guimont Tuesday at Fradette's. Miss Sallie Jacobson spent Sunday with Verandi Pederson. Mrs,. Frank Rehaume called on Mrs. Dejarlais on Sunday. Mr. Harding has moved his thresh ing rig home for the season. Mrs. C. A. Raiche called on Mrs. Eugene Shaw on Wednesday. Mr. Hanson purchased a team of mules at Wetter's auction sale. Ida and George Schrepel were callers at Walker's on Sunday. Otto Koppues and Fred Baumann are employed by Bob Chisholm. Mi. and Mrs. Luther Jones and family spent Sunday at Erickson's. Mrs. Pederson called on Mrs. Henry Foster on Monday afternoon. Miss Hattie Reimann of Princeton spent Sunday with her parents at this place. While in Princeton on Saturday Miss Mabel Peterson lost her gold watch. Mrs Eugene Shaw is on the sick list and Clara Peterson is working for her. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Normandin spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bruior. A very large crowd from here at tended the auction sale at Wetter's last week. Harry Kendell, who has been em ployed by George Harding, has re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shaw and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Shaw, Dr. Cook of Milaca was called to this place on Sunday to attend to Mr. Derry's sick horse. Mrs. Louis Rocheford and Mrs. Charles Raiche were callers at Derry's on Thursday. Elmer Dubuque is a guest at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raiche. Mrs. Ege and family departed on Monday for Minneapolis to attend the wedding of their cousin Mr. and Mrs. John Grow and fami ly spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Burke. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Guderian spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Guderian at New Germany. Miss Marie Schrepel, teacher in dis trict 2, spent Saturday and part of Sunday with her sister, Ida. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pierson and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hess and family. Miss Agnes Fradette has returned home after being employed at sister's, Mrs. Frank Rehaume. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guimont spent Wednesday with their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Raiche. A number from here were out butternutting Sunday. We thought they had all vanished by this time. Miss Hattie Van Rhee visited from Friday evening until Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Orton. Mr. and Mrs. David Raiche and son, Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Raiche, Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Fradette and family, and Mr. LaBelle for Mr. spent her pji|jljti||iil|i||i^|i)ii ^iU|Kiijijl,^^^^^^^^^^in^^^Bpp^|^^^P^^n^ spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Derry. Mrs. Cain and Owen Bracken, sr., spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Marie Rottier at Blue Hill. They had an enjoyable time. Mrs. Voldmo and daughter, Bernice, have returned to their home at Minneapolis after spending a fort night at the Pederson home. Mr. and Mrs. A. Orton and family, accompanied by the Misses Hattie Van Rhee and Mabel Peterson, at tended church in Princeton on Sun day. Among the callers at Koppues' on Sunday were Alma and Otto Reimann, Fred Baumann, Arvel and Archie Gennow, and Willie, Alfred and Freda Heruth. Among the callers on Agnes Fra dette Sunday were the Misses Orpha Ross, Rhea, Lorene and Mildred Grow, Myrtle Rehaume and Pearl Labbissonniere. The Ladies' Altar society met with Mrs. Louis Normandin on Thursday. They had an enjoyable time. Their next meeting will be at Mrs. Louis Rocheford's on October 19. Among those who were in perfect attendance during the month ending September 30 in the small school house of district 4 were Alice Reimann, Esther Lindstrom, Edith Lindstrom, Anna Reimann, Elsie Kranz, Anna Heruth, Ella Heruth, George Degleman, Anna Leander, Ivan Degleman, Paul Reimann and Hazel Leander. Hattie Van Rhee is the teacher. BLUE HILL is busy digging spuds Everyone nowadays. Philip and Albert Boehm made a trip to Orrock on Sunday. Hard to tell which are the most plentiful, hunters or ducks. Miss Alice Fullwiler has gone to Minneapolis for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fullwiler called on Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brande on Sun day. Otto Borneke is helping John Hull dig potatoes with the machine this week. Chas. Brande and son, Orrin, made a trip to Greenbush on Sunday fore noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borneke called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newman on Sunday. There was a dancing party at Han son & Fall's new barn on Saturday evening. Chas. Taylor shot a wolf that was howling around his barn after his turkeys. Miss Cecelia McCormick went to Minneapolis on Saturday to do some shopping. Arthur Borneke, Nellie Bailey and Mabel Borneke made a pleasant call at Chas. Brande's on Sunday. W. H. Thompson has returned from Lake Minnetonka, where he has been employed doing carpenter work. District 36 is having a week's potato digging vacation and the kids are en joying themselves picking up spuds. Gus Kohlman will give a dancing party at the town hall on Saturday evening, Octiober 14. Good music. Supper will be served. WYANETT. Wm. Hanson returned from Minne apolis last Monday. Walter Holm was a pleasant caller at A. Weeks' on Friday evening. Will Scalberg and Robert Murray are digging spuds for H. Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lind called at H. Hanson's last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. Warring called on Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Berg last Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Findell spent Friday evening with L. Erickson and family. Emil Young and Arvid Hanson went to Blomford last Sunday and expect %o return in a week. L. N. Berg has purchased a new team of horses. They are right up to-date with ball-bearing knees. Peter Wicklund returned home last Monday from Timber Lake, S. D. Nothing like dear old Minnesota, Pete. The dance at the M. 3 A. hall was well attended and everyone had a good time. There will be a masquer ade ball on October 21. Everybody welcome. SPENCER BROOK. Fred Foote has sold his horse to Walter Anderson. The dance at Bradford on Saturday night was a successover thirty dol lars was realized. Mrs. Ed Reynolds of Waverly, Iowa, is here on a visit to her niece, Mrs. Lottie Severance. There will be a masquerade ball 'at the M. W. A. hall next Friday even ing. Good music. Supper in the hall. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Thompson, Mrs. Severance, Eugene and Orville I THE PRINCETON TJSTIOlsr: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12,1911. and spent the day with the newly weds, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swanbro. Orville Clough took the train on Monday morning for Minneapolis to spend a few days before returning to his home in Everett, Wash. Rev. Hall of the Swedish Baptist church preached his farewell sermon last Sunday evening. He will move to St. Francis and go onto his farm. Mrs. Bertha Thompson gave a card party last Saturday evening and those present were County Auditor G. C. Smith and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Foley, J. A. Smith and wife of Zim merman, I. F. Walker and wife, D. S. Walker and wife and Orville Clough. A dainty lunch was served at mid night and all went home well pleased with the evening's entertainment. WEST SPENCER BROOK. Jake Shuver returned from Milaca last Monday. Bean stacking is the order of the day when the sun shines. H. W. Prescott made a business trip to Princeton last Friday. Ted Williams found a bee tree last week with about 20 pounds of honey in it. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Cotten of Princeton spent Sunday at C. A. Williams'. Jim McKenzie made a business trip to Princeton last Monday and brought out a potato digger. H. W. Prescott is enjoying a visit from his oldest sister, Mrs. Gillis, whose home is in Park Rapids. Warren Prescott came out from Princeton last Sunday to visit his parents and returned in the evening The Woodmen are going to have a masquerade dance at the Brook to morrow night, October 13. Every body invited. BALDWIN. Several of the older school children are staying home to pick up potatoes. Clarence Dorff is working for Geo. Townsend picking potatoes this week. Geo. Townsend spent Sunday with his mother in Princeton. She is very ill. Grandfather O'Malley is very low and no hopes are held out for his re covery. Miss Mayme Johnson spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Johnson. Lee Jones is erecting a new barn and is doing the carpenter work on it himself. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. McCrcaken spent Sunday with Ed Hamilton and his mother. Paul Griep, Chester Way and Boyd Hamilton spent Sunday evening at the Young home. Fred Murphy has been on the sick list for several days and has been un able to work. T. F. McCracken wishes to say that be has not sold his farm and has no intention of selling. Mrs. Hans Olsen of Minneapolis has been visiting her father-in-law, John Olsen, for a few days. F??ankr Chester, Jane and Mildred Way picked up potatoes for Mr. Frit zellof Green lake last week. Mr. and Mrs. Geosge Way and daughter, Maggie, spent Monday at the Gennow home in Greenbush. Fred Judkins is suffering from pneumonia. We are in iaopes of see ing him out again in a few days. Sv A. Lane and family,. John South and wife, and George Judkins and family spent Saturday evening at the Young home. Myron and Robert Wallace moved into their room in town on Sunday. Previous to this the bys have been driving to school. There seems to be a* plentiful supply of sorghum in this neighborhood this year. Nearly every farmer raised a small amount of the cane. The attendance at the dance at Sandy lake on Friday evening wasn't so large as usual, but everyone who attended had a delightlul time. Quite a number from this vicinity attended the funeral of Mrs. Ralph Jones. We all sympathize with the bereaved in theis hour of affliction. ESTES BROOK. Ask Charlie what he found along the roadside. Mary Knutson spent Sunday at the Erickson home. J. Anderson and A. Lind called at Sandquist's last Sunday evening. D. and H. Sandquist are employed digging spuds for Olander Pierson Miss Selma Sandquist and Arvid Lind spent Sunday afternoon at Alva Bemis'. Misses Moneylaws and Sanford are here again and are visiting at the Ayers' home. Miss Clara Sandquist is employed at Steinbrecker's as chief cook and bottle washer. Miss Olive Ayers returned home Saturday after a month's visit with friends in the cities. Don't forget the ball game next Sunday between Estes Brook and Clough, and Wellington King and wife autoed to Princeton last Sunday I Long Siding on the old Estes Brook Wm diamond. Everyone should come, as it may be the last game this season. Earl DeHart made a trip to Foley on Sunday. No more attraction for Deer Hart in Dogtown. Mr. and Mrs. F. Warner and fam ily visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Beden on Sunday. We all are wondering what has happened to Frank Beden. He never appears on the scene any more. Mr. and Mrs. F. Reibenstein and family were entertained at dinner at the O. J. Almlie home last Sunday. Miss Clara Sandquist and Charlie Erickson were royally entertained at the Frank Gramer home on Sunday. Miss Mary Knutson gave a quilting bee last Monday evening. Those present were the Misses S. Sandquist, P. Trunk, A. Hermanson and Mrs. Almlie. A very delicious lunch and fruits were served, and the guests departed for their homes declaring they had a most delightful time. CROWN. Miss Ida Lemke was visiting at Spencer Brook on Sunday. Walter Haas is working for Peter son at Spencer Brook this week. Hugo Lemke was a pleasant caller at Redman's on Sunday evening. Henry Stahlke and family spent Sunday afternoon at the home of F. Gramo. Walter Haas visited Chas. Thomp kins at Spencre Brook on Sunday evening. A dance will be given at Henry Peters' next Saturday night, October 14. Everybody invited. Rev. Polster of the German Luth eran church of this place returned on Monday from Greenbush, where he has been attending conference. Misses Martha and Gustie Most, Martha Lemke, Ella Whittloff, and Olive Doller called at the home of Miss Emma Haas on Sunday after noon. Emma and Herman Kriesel, John Haas, Fred and R. Lemke and Mr. and Mrs. Will Haas were among those who attended the Lutheran church jubilee at Princeton on Sunday. Rev. Destinon is visiting at the home of John Haas for a few days this week. He is the pastor of the Wau sau, Wis,, German Lutheran church. His father was the pastor of the Luth eran church here ten years ago. Clara and Regnata Polster went to Princeton on Sunday morning to attend the jubilee celebration in the German Lutheran church. Regnata was accompanied home by her sisters, Lena and Lydia, who have been visit ing Rev. and Mrs. Strauch for a couple of weeks. Clara will stay and work for her aunt, Mrs. Strauch, this winter. OPSTEAD. Another potato warehouse will be built at Redtop. Geo. H. Fiseher's sawmill has shut down for the season after & long and successful run. It is rumored that a local branch of the American Society of Equity will be organized at Opstead in the near future. We hope it will prosper. HT. S. Anderson, a substantial farmer and business r&an from Malmo, was shaking hands with friends around here this week on his way to Redtop* DALBO. SJBFfB was George Chalstrom of Caamody in* this vicinity on Sunday. Misses Vena and Augusta Blixt visited at A. Pearson's- on Sunday afternoon. A basket social will ba-given in the Dalbo M. B. A. hall on Saturday evening, October 14. Ladies are asked to briag baskets. The proceeds. will go toward the expense of building a horse shed. Everyone should at- GLENDORADO AND SANTIAGO, A. Aleekson delivered stock in Becker on Monday. T. Jensen has purchased a new top buggy from Odegasd Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Aleekson Sun dayed with Greenbush relatives. The L. union will meet with Miss Emma Johnson Saturday, October 21. Miss Alma Wold spent last week in Princeton having some dental work done. Alfred Abrahamson and Tellef Tel lefson departed for Winnipeg on Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. T. Knutson spent Sunday with L. J. Madson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Aleekson spent Sunday with the latter*s parents in Glendorado. Mr. and Mrs. Geo- Uran were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Abraham son of Greenbush on Sunday. Mrs. N, H. Nelson and Mrs. Negard visited at the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Olson, on Sunday. Aleck Aleekson has purchased the S. Kittilson farm of 80 acres for $1,900 and will move onto the same this fall. There was a social hop at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Jenson in Santi ago last Saturday evening. A good time is reported. Our genial merchant, L. D. Larson, sold his Glendorado store to Edwin Odegard last Saturday. Mr. Larson will retire to the farm. Edwin Odegard has sold his share Eczema, Psoriasis and other sk.n troubles are caiised by myriads of germs at work the skin. Unless these germs are promptly destroyed they rapidly multiply, gnawing their "way deep into the sensitive tissue This is what causes that awful itch, and what seemed a. nere rash may grow worse and dove'op into a loathsome and tortaringr sk^n disease With its years of misery. Don't take any chances' Destroy the germs at the beginning of the trouble with that soothing and cleansing wash, the Prescription for Eczema A 25c bottle will prove this to you. GermsSpreadinSkin in the Santiago store to his brother, John, and will take possession of the Glendorado store in a short time. The many friends of John Uran will be pleased to learn that the govern ment has granted him a pension. Mr. Uran served fifteen years in the army. Mrs. Carlson and two daughters, who have been viisting relatives here the past month, departed for their home at Winnipeg last week. They were accompanied by Miss Clara Tel lefson. ZIMMERMAN. Mr. Bowles is able to be around again. The dance on Friday night was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. John Kruger drove to Twin lakes on Sunday. Mr. Berglund spent Sunday with relatives at Sauk Rapids. Maud Bowles was a passenger on the down train Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Wright was in Eik River on Tuesday between trains. Miss Burns spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in St. Cloud. Miss Lou Jenkins of St. Paul visited her aunt, Mrs. W. R. Hurtt last,week. Mr. Brink went to Monticello on Tuesday and returned on Wednesday. Miss Maud Moore of Big Lake visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swanson last week. Irving Jennison of Minneapolis spent Sunday here with friends and relatives. Ed Valstead, who has been working at Swanson's store, returned to Min neapolis on Tuesday. Mrs. Jay Smith, Mrs. W R. Hurtt, Mrs. Ed Foley and Miss Ethel Olson motored to Elk River on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foley went to Spencer Brook on Saturday evening to attend a card party given by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thompson in honor of Orville Clough of Everett, Wash. Auction Sale An auction sale will be held on the farm of Frank Schilling, 3 miles north of the village of Princeton, on Wednesday, October 25, commencing at 10 a. m. sharp, when the following property will be offered for sale: 1 McCormick mower, 1 16-inch sulky plow, 1 riding cultivator, 1 16-mch breaking plow, 1 two-seated top buggy, 1 single top buggy, 1 single disc seeder, 1 set bob sleds, 1 good Mitchell farm wagon, 1 truck wagon, 1 steel hay rake good as new, 5 tons hay, 1 sewing machine, 1 fur coat, 1 12-gauge Winchester shot gun, 1 violin, 1 DeLaval creaji separator, 1 lawn mower, 1 large iron kettle, 50 chickens, 2 peacocks, 5 good cows, 2 early spring pigs, 1 Berkshire sow and 11 small pigs, 1 Nov 9 Quick Meal steel range, 1 new Oak heater, 1 new chiffonier, 2 wardrobes, 1 couch, 1 new feed grinder and elevator, 1 gaso line engine, 1 circular saw and saw buek, 1 fanning mill, 3- good horses, 1 double harness, 1 single harness, 1 dise harrow, 1 hayrack, 1 dresser, 1 corn sheller, bedstead,, chairs, dishes, wash stands, picture frames, tables, lamps, sausage grinder, scales, rag carpet, Dowden potato digger, box heater, mantel clock two boys' over coats, etc. Terms: All sums of $5 and under sash, over $5 six months time on bankable paper. Frank Schilling, Owner. T. J. Kaliher, G. A. Eaton, Auctioneer. Clerk. Auction Sale. A public sale wiil be held in the vil lage of Princeton, about a block and a half north of the bridge, on Wednes day, October IS, at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp, when the following property will be offered: 1 gray mare, 6 years old, weighing 1,350 pounds: 1 bay gelding, 12 years old, weighing 1150 pounds 1 black gelding, 12 years old, weighing 1100 pounds 1 saddle pony, 10 years old 2.young cows 1 heavy wagon, complete with box 1 light spring wagon, 1 two-horse harrow, 1 cultivator, 1 two-horse disk 1 cream separator, capacity 650 pounds 1 mower, 1 horse rake, 1 gasoline en gine, one and a half horse power some household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms: All sums of $5. "and under, cash all sums over $5, six months time to responsible parties. John Schlegel, Owner. Albert Anderson, J. A. Allen, Auctioneer. Clerk. Public Sale On the farm of Henry Hess, section 8, town of Greenbush, one mile south of Knutson's store, an auction will be held on Tuesday, October 4, com mencing at 1 p. m., when all the live stock consisting of 2 milk cows, 3 heifers, 3 steers, 2 calves and 20 pigs, farm machinery, grain, household furniture and numerous other effects will be offered for sale. Henry Hess, Owner. T. J. Kaliher, G. A. Eaton, Auctioneer. Clerk. W have had experience with many remedies for skin trouble but have never seen such remarkable cures a 3 those from D. D. T. Prescription. In stant relief from the very first appli cation. "We are so confident that D. D. Will reach your case that it will cost ou nothing if the very first full size bottle fails to make good every claim. If you have skin trouble of any kind we certainly advise you to drop. in and investigate the merits of D. IX D. anyway W know that I J. will help you. G. A. JACK, Princeton, Minn. Church Topics 4. 4. Sunday and Weekday 4 Announcements. CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday morning, rally day exer cises. Evening service at 7:30 sub ject, "How to Become a Christian." SWEDISH LUTHERAN. Next Sunday morning services will be held in Livonia church, Zimmer man, with holy communion, 'at 10:30 reception of members. The Ladies' Aid society of Saron church, Greenbush, will meet on Thursday, October 19, at 2 p. m., with Mrs. A. Johnson. All are cordially invited to attend. The P. S. of Saron church, Greenbuh, will meet on Wednesday, October 18, at 8 p. m., with Miss Rinald. All are welcome. Confirmation class will be held in Emanuel church, Princeton, October 14, at 10 a. m., and the Scandinavian and English languages will be used. August Lundquist, Pastor. Take Notice On account of the heavy rain and disagreeable weather the aucion sale on my late farm at Long Siding has been postponed to next Mondayr Oct. 16, at 10 a. m. sharp, when the balance of my personal property, consisting of the following articles will be sold to the highest bidder: Four cows, fine team bay horses, weight about 3,200 heavy brass mounted harness, 5 acres corn, hay, 30 cords stovewood, about 5,009 feet lumber, organ, lot of household goods, furniture, etc. rolltop desk and chair, typewriter, books, ice box, show case, pictures and frames, cream separator and cans, architects' tools, mounted deer head, large farm bell, some machinery, a fine well-bred and trained collie cattle dog, a big' lot of blacksmiths' and other iron, shafting, etc., and a lot of other articles. Please come early. Terms as men tioned heretofore. J. A. Wetter, Owner. MARKET REPORT The quotations hereunder are those prevailing on Thursday morning at the time of going to press POTATOES Triumphs 50 Burbanks 40 Ohios .60 Rose 40 GRAIN, HAY, ETC Wheat, No. 1 Northern 99 Wheat, No. 2 Northern.. .96 Wheat, No. 3 Northern 90 Wheat, No 4 Northern 84 Wheat, Rejected .77 Oats ..36@40 Barley 64@90 Flax email@example.com Rye 78@83 Wild hay 6.50 Tame hay 10.00 LIVE STOCK Fat bee\es, per fi 3c 4c Calves, per ft 4c 5c Hogs, per cwt $7.@0 $7.50 Sheep, per ft 3c@4c Hens, old, per ft 8c Springers, per ft 10c MINNEAPOLIS. Minneapolis, Wednesday evening. Wheat, No. 1 hard, &L10 No. 1 Nor thern, $1.09 No. 2 Northern, $1.08. White Oats, 46c No 3, 4-^c. Rye, 92c. Flax, No. 1, $2.34. Corn, No. 3 Yellow, 68c. Barley, 70c(a)$L16. (First Puo Oct 12) Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. Default having been made in tne pay ment of the sum of six hundred fifty six and 50-100 dollars principal and interest, and thirty-Hire and 85-100 dollars taxes and interest paid which is claimed to be due and is due at the date of this notice upon a certain mortgage, duly ex ecuted and delivered by John Kruger and Hattie Kruger his wife, mortgagors, to Theo Hamm Brewing Company, mortgagee, bearing date the 25th day of September. 1908, and with a power of sale therein contained, duly record ed in the office of register of deeds in and for the county of Mille Lacs and state of Minne sota, on the 12th day of October, 19C8 at 1 o'clock in book of mortgages, on page 486 Which said mortgage, together with the debt secured thereby, was duly assigned by said Theo Hamm Brewing Company, mortgagee, to Mille Lacs Investment Company by written assignment dated the 4th day of October, 1911, and recorded in the office of said register of deeds, on the 6th day of October, 1911, at ft clock a in book 5 of mortgages on page 88, and no action or proceeding having been instituted, at law or otherwise, to- recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof Now, theref oxe, notice is hereoy given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises described and conveyed by said mortgage, viz Lots two (2) and three (3) in block one (1) of Lawrence according to the plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the register of deeds of MlUe Lacs county and state of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and ap purtenances, which sale will be made by the sheriff of said Mille Laos county at the front door of the court house, in the village of Princeton, in said county and state, on the 25th day of November, 1911, at 10 o'clock a. of that day, at public vendue, to the highest bid der for cash, to pay said debt of six hundred fifty-six and 50-100 dollars, and interest, and the taxes, if any, on said premises, and fifty dollars, attorney's fees, as stipulated in and by said mortgage in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by law. subject to re demption at any time within one year from the day of sale, as provided by law. Dated October 10. A- D., 1911. MILLS LACS INVESTMENT COMPANY Assignee of the Mortgagee. CHABLES KXITH, Attorney. f~~=