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GOING SOUTB SOIHG WORTH 7 55 a.m Sandstone 8 35 p.m 8 30 am ..Brook Park 8 00p.m 9 10 a.m Mora 7 30 pm 9 25 a.m Ogllvle 7 05 p.m. 9 38 a.m Bock 6:50p.m. 9 55 a.m Mllaca 6 35 p.m 10 10 a.m. Pease (f) 613p.m. 10 22 a.m. Long Siding (t).. 6 03 p.m. 10 27 am. Brlckton (f).... 6 00p.m. 10 42 a.m Princeton 6:55 p.m 11 02 a.m Zimmerman 5-35 p.m. 11 25 a.m Elk River 5:12 p.m. 1156 a.m... Anoka 446 pm 12 5? Minneapolis.... 4 00 p.m. 1.25 p.m. St Paul 3d0p.m (i) Stop on signal ST. CLOUD TRAINS GOING WBST. GOING BAST. 10:00 a. Mllaca 635pm 10 09 a. Foreston 6:03p.m. 11.15 a. St. Cloud 5 00 p. m. WAY FREIGHT. GOING SOUTH I GOING NORTH Daily, except Sun I Dally, except Sun. 8:30 a.m. Mllaca 2:10p.m. 9:30 p. Princeton 1.00p.m. 10 30 p.m. .Elk River. 10 30a.m. 3:00jp.m Anoka 8:00a m. Any information regarding sleeping oars or connections will be furnished at any time by J. W. MOSS MAN, Agent. Princeton. Minn. MILLE LACS COUNTY. TOWN CLERKS. Bogus BrookA Pranzen. .Route 2. Milaoa BoreholnGe Hulbert R. 1, Milaca DaileyChas. E Johnson Onamia East SideO Anderson Opstear GreenbushOscar Erickson.. R. 1, Foreston HaylandC W.Wills Milaca Isle HarborC Halgren Wahkon MilaoaH Merbacb Milaoa MileR N Atkinson ForestOD OnamiaG Carr Onamis PageAugust Anderson Star Milaca Princeton Mbert Kuhfleld.Route 2, Princeton KathioE E Dinwiddle Garrison South HarborF W Miller Oove VILLAGE RECORDERS. E W. Hatch Princeton W. A Fnckson Milaca Sylvan Sheets Forest' i Olof Wasenius Onamia B. H. Potts Wahkon A Matter. Isle NEIGHBORING TOWNS. BaldwinP A. Chilsttom. R. 4. Prinoetoi Blue HillH. Pratt 2, Zimmerman Spencer Brook-O. W Blomquist R. 3. Princeton WyanettEmanuel Lundgren .R 2. Princeton Livonia E A.Smyth Zimmerman SantiagoGeo Roos Santiagt Dal ooJohn Sarner Dalbi BradfordWm Conklin R. 3, Cambridge StanfordA. N Peterson St Francis Spring ValeHenry A Olson. 5 Cambridge L. PRINCETON LOD(H |%J NO. 93, of jf _-/ Regular meetings every Tuesday eve ning at 8 clock W DOANE, C. E CHTJTE & S PRANK GOULDING, Master of Finance Princet on Homestead No. 1867 Regular meeting nights sec ond and fourth Wednesday in each month. DENTIST Office Odd Fellows Block. PRINCETON, MIN pvR. L. F. ANDERSON, DENTIST. Office hours, 9 a. to 12 2 m. to5p Over A E Allen & Co.'s Store. Princeton, Minn. E LVERO MCMILLAN, LA WYER. Townsend Building. Princeton. Minn ROSS CALEY, M. D., PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON. Office and Residence over Jack's Drug Store Tel Rural. 36. Princeton, Minn HICKORY RUBBERS Qivv Satisfaction. Ask our dealer for the RKEN LABELED E .4.,^ ^^^*^P ^Ti^V%J^ fS^KSf s#^ DAKBAH, Cor and M. of A A JONES, Foreman PROFESSIONAL CARDS. B. MALLETTE, D. V. M. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Office in Towsend Block. Northwestern, office 138, home 5 Trl-State, office 330, home 18T SRINCETON MINNESOTA EOROE PRENTICE ROSS, Undertaker and State Licensed Embalmer. Disinfecting a Specialty. Rural Phone No. 30 Princeton, Minnesota. R. D. A. McRAE iHlCKORY/f, i 7 o/O' Robber Footwear You Should Not hold a public sale for the purpose of disposing of your horses, cattle, machinery, household goods, etc., until you see me and get my rates. T. J. KALI HER Licensed Auctioneer Princeton Minn. iti*au&&* tut tttutimsh RUSSIANS UNABLE TO HOLD LINE GermansFightTheir Way to Safety. COSSACKS ON FLANKS Rulers of Britain, Russia, Ger many and Belgium at Front. London, Dec. 2.The battle in Northern Poland, concerning the progress of which there has been so much mystery, is now being fought out under the eyes of the German em peror, on the one side, and the Rus sian emperor on the other. The king of England is in France the king of Belgium, as usual, is spending all his time with his soldiers, while President Poincare of France has started for another visit to the northern battlefield. Official news from Poland continues to be scanty and with both headquar ters claiming successes it is impos sible to say bow the battle is going. Of its intensity, however, there can be no doubt. The Germans, when they started for Warsaw, dashed full tilt into a mass of Russian troops and forced their way so far in that the Russians closed on them. This was taken in Petrograd to mean that some of the German divisions had been cut off and that their surrender or annihila tion was inevitable. Break Through Russian Lines. It appears, however, that fighting for their lives and in the knowledge that a great defeat would end the German offensive and compel them to fall back on their own frontiers the German troops succeeded in breaking through the Russian lines at one place and at another in holding tbeir en trenchments against all the Russian attacks Their flanks are still being harrass ed by the Cossacks, but seemingly the Russians are not now in a position to gain the sweeping victory they had anticipated. The losses with the desperate fight ing that has been going on for a fort night must necessarily be very heavy on both sides. Against the Austro-German forces in the south the Russians continue to gain more decisive results. They are now in possession of all the Aus trian positions protecting the Car pathian passes and are said to have arrived abreast of Cracow, while their captures for three weeks number 50,- 000 men. Germans Active in Belgium. In the west, although the German official report says there is nothing to communicate, the French official state ment notes a somewhat lively cannon ade in Belgium and German activity to the north of Arras. This may mean that the Germans have commenced, or are about to commence, another at tempt to get through to the French ports. Certainly there are some important changes in the dispositions of the Ger man troops, but what they foreshadow is known only to the German general staff. Military men here are taking oppos ing views, one side believing that the Germans will rest content with hold ing their present positions until the close of the battle in Poland, where they need all the men they can get, while the other looks for an imme diate resumption of the battle in northern France and Flanders. The Germans, too, according to Dutch reports, are strongly fortifying Zeebrugge and other Belgian ports against a renewal of the attacks by the allied fleet. The fighting, which has taken place around Ypres, was due to the allies pushing their lines forward. ALSATIANS CHEER J0FFRE Commander Assures Them They Are Frenchmen Forever. Paris, Dec. 2.General Joffre, dur ing a recent visit to Thann, capital of Alsace-Lorraine, welcomed in the name of France the Alsatians gather ed there. "We have come back for good," he declared. "You are Frenchmen for- ever." The citizens gave General Joffre as surance of their absolute loyalty, it is said, and shouted: "Long live France! Long live French Alsace!" Chicago Gives Big Sum. Chicago, Dec. 2.Announcement was made that Chicago citizens have giv en more than $427,000 for the relief of the European war sufferers. This includes $104,000 contributed to the Red Cross, special donations to for eign relief societies and contributions of foodstuffs for the homeless Bel gians THE PRINCETON tWION, THTJBSDAY, DECEMBER 3, i OFFICIAL Proceedings of Board of County Com missioners of Mille Lacs Countv. Auditor's Office, Mille Lacs County, Minn., Princeton, November 24th, 1914. Board of county commissioners of Mille Lacs county met pursuant to adjournment with all members of the board present except Commis sioner Eckdall who was ill and unable to attend. Meeting called to order by Chairman Warren at 11 o'clock a. m. A petition was presented to the board asking to have the town of Daily surveyed under the statute. After a somewhat lengthy discussion of the matter the proposition was laid over by the board until the next meeting. On motion the board took a recess until 1 o'clock p. m. Board reconvened at 1 o'clock p. m. with all members present except Commissioner Eckdall. A petition from Jonas P. Johnson was presented to the board asking to have certain lands now owned by him in the town of Milaca set off from school district No. 29 and at tached to school district No. 11. The petition appearing regular on its face the board appointed January 2d, 1915, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the auditor's office in the village of Princeton, as the time and place for a hearing on said petition. The bond of Olin C. Myron, county attorney elect, in the sum of $1,000 was presented to the board, duly examined and on motion same was accepted and ordered recorded. Percy A. Walton of the firm of Walton-Corr Contracting Co., ap peared before the board relative to road contract on state road No. 1 and asked the board for a cancella tion of the said contract. After thoroughly discussing the matter it was moved and carried that the time of completing the Walton-Corr con tract on job No. 1, state road No. 1, be extended until January 2d, 1915,Princeton the next meeting of the board, for the purpose of allowing the board to make a personal investigation of the condition is alleged to exist on the north end of the job called for in the contract. A school petition from John G. Grant was presented to the board asking to have certain land owned by said Grant in the township of Isle Harbor set off from school dis trict No. 18 and attached to school district No. 33. On motion the petiton was laid over until the next meeting of the board for further investigation. In the matter of the Milo road petition the board made and adopted the following order, to-wit: STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Mille Lacs, V\hereas, on the 27th day of October, 1914, a petition signed by twenty-nine freeholders of said county was presented to us praying for the vacation of a portion ot a highway running into more than one town ol said county, and not within the limits of any incorporated city, said highway being described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the east line of section one (1), town thirty-six (36), range twenty-seven (27), thence northwesteily through said section, township and range, thence northwesterly through sec tions thirty-six (36) and thirty-five (35), north half of section twenty six (26) twenty-three (23), and twen ty twenty-two (22), in thirty-seven (37), range twenty-seven (27),"thence northwesterly through the north half of town thirty-seven (37), range twenty-seven (27), and town thirty eight (38), range twenty-seven (27), and terminating at a puint about four rods south of the west quarter post of said section nineteen (19), town thirty-eight (38), range twenty seven (27), and known as the old river road and praying for the vacation of all that portion of said above described highway which runs as follows: Beginning at a point about eight (8) rods north of the center of section twenty-six (26). town thirty-seven (37), range twenty seven (27), and running thence in a northwesterly direction through the north half of said section twenty-six (26) and part of section twenty three (23), and terminating at a point about thirty-two (32) rods north of the southeast corner of sec tion twenty-two (22), town thirty seven  range twenty-seven (27). And now conected with other roads as follows: A the south end with the state road running north and south through the center of section twenty-six^ (26), and at the north end with the town road on the east line of section twenty-two (22), and the board of county commis sioners of said county having de termined that in the judgment of a majority of its members said peti tion is reasonable on its face: I is hereby ordered, that a hear ing be had on said petition at the auditor's office in the village of Princeton in said county, on Satur day, the 2d day of January, 1915. at 11 o'clock a. m., at which time and place said board will hear all that may be said in favor of, and against, the granting of said petition. I is further ordered, that F. C. Cater, Ole H. Uglem and Carl Sholin, members of this board be, and they herebv are, appointed a committee to examine said proposed vacation of said portion of said road, and that said committee meet upon the route of said road at Tracev hill in said county on Tuesday, the 22d day of December, 1914, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of examina tion of said proposed vacation of said portion of said road, and make re port thereof at said meeting of said board hereinbefore specified, and that notices hereof be given and posted as provided by law. The Board of County Commis sioners of Mille Lacs County Minne sota. By J. F. WARREN, Attest: Chairman. W. C. DOANE, County Auditor. (Official Seal) The following claims against the countv were audited and allowed in amounts as follows, to-wit: Rock Mercantile Cr sup- oli*5 for Mrs Sahlhorer Bock MprcrintH'1 $28.75 Cn sunnlios for MatbiM'i Rnk'jnson Ole Hanson, taking care of Christ Holm 12.&J Village of Onamia, ticket for John Doe to Glenwood... 2.56 Allen's Dept. Store, supplies for poor farm 42.79 Princeton Lbr. Co., flooring for county poor farm 8.40 Mcllhargey Hdwe. Co., sup plies and hardware for poor farm 16.27 Rudd Lumber Co., lumber and supplies for poor farm 109.77 Milaca L. S. & Pro. Co., sup plies for poor farm 26.13 Ben H. Ware, blacksmith work for poor farm 2.00 Carolina Lindgren, house work at poor farm 16.00 Oscar Lund berg, work at poor farm for Oct. and Nov., 1914 54.00 Helga Anderson, extra work at poor farm 19.50 Harold Peterson, extra work at poor farm 14.00 O. E. Schram, extra work at county poor farm 21.78 J. Jensen, cement work at poor farm 6.75 F. C. Cater, per diem and mileage, poor farm com mittee 5.00 The Fritz-Cross Co., office supplies 25.71 Security B. B. & Ptg. Co., office supplies 24 40 Miller-Davis Ptg. Co., office supplies 11.40 Kimball-Storer Co., office supplies 10.80 The Adder Machine Co., one Wales adding machine 242.50 Otic O. Barr, two adding ma chine ribbons 2.00 Tri-State T. & T. Co., 'phones and tolls for Oct., 1914 3.90 Princeton Village, light and mdse. for 8 months 25.23 Caley Hdwe. Co., hardware and supplies for court house 13.87 Louis Solberg, hauling gravel to court house grounds... 15.75 Union, official county printing and bal lots 77.85 Princeton Union, official printing and office sup plies 178.35 Olof Wasenius. justice fees, State vs. A. L. Brailey.. 4.60 Harry Shockley, sheriff's ex penses, State vs. A. L. Brailey 16.00 Olof Wasenius, justice fees State vs. Louie Mattson 3.90 J. E. Tilbury, constable fees, State vs. Louie Mattson 13.75 Harry Shockley, sheriff's ex penses, State vs. Louie Mattson 16.00 Chas. A. Dickey, justice fees, State vs. Lueck, State vs. Kauser and State vs. N oorosel 11.40 Clerk's fees and mileage for procuring ballots and elec tion supplies for general election from auditor George Hulbert Borgholm... A. J. Franzeu, Bogus Brook Albert Kuhtield, Princeton.. Frank C. Hlavac, Dailey G. H. Carr, Onamia R. N. Atkinson, Milo E. E. Dinwiddle, Kathio C. W. Wills, Hayland H. C. Merbach, Milaca Oscar C. Anderson, East Side Sylvan C. Sheets, Foreston.. J. H. Sundt, Milaca village.. Earl W. Hatch, Princeton village Olof Wasenius, Onamia vil lage Judge's fee and mileage for making election returns to county auditor for general elec tion- Peter Larson, Hayland G. H. Carr, Onamia J. H. Faught. Kathio John Jackson, Borgholm N. E. Anderson, Milo Peter Kass, East Side T. W. Thompson, Greenbush Grant Weatherly, Page Wm. Klingbeil, Princeton C. W. Morgan, Dailey John H. Hubers. Bogus Brook Olof Wasenius. Onamia vil lage Sylvan C. Sheets, Foreston.. Andrew Larson, Milaca vil lage Earl W. Hatch, Princeton village H. C. Merbach, making pri mary election returns for Milaca township T. W. Thompson, making pri mary election returns for Greenbush R. W. Freer, per diem and mileage, general election canvassing board Chas. A. Dickey, per diem and mileage, general elec tion canvassing board J. F. Warren per diem and mileage, general election canvassing board W. C. Doane, per diem as member of general elec tion canvassing board and 2 days certifying election returns to secretary of state R. D. Whitney, chainman, rod man and office work, ditch No. 11 Max Cordiner, chainman, rod man and office work, ditch No. 11 Oscar Gustafson, chainman on ditch No. 11 Albin Hedstrom, chainman on ditch No. 11 Alfred Jackson, axeman on ditch No. 11 R. S. Chapman, engineer on ditch No. 11 Frank R. Harlin, li7ery for engineer and crew, ditch No. 11 Clark & Warren, board for engineer and crew, ditch No. 11 Robert Chisholm, to work on resurvey of section 1, Greenbush Alfonso Howard, road work, state road No. 4, job No. 4 Elmer Hatch, road work, state road No. 4, job No. 4 R. C. Dunn, services on state road No. 4. job No. 4 40.00 Louis ^oblere. road work, state road No. 1, job 914 2.00 3.00 1.80 2.60 1.60 1.70 4.00 2.60 2.00 2.50 1.10 1.00 1.20 1.20 2.60 2.34 2.12 4.00 3.40 1.10 3.00 2.80 1.10 2.94 3.00 1.00 4.40 1.00 1.20 2.00 3.00 8.80 6.20 16.00 12.00 14.00 19.50 13.25 15.75 15.25 87.06 16.50 36.25 1.13 11.25 7.50 .lf^I!^m^ No. 16 38.25 George Stumm, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 16 38.25 Elmer Hatch, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 16 16.87 Alfonso Howard, road work, state No. 1, job No. 16.. 21.37 George Chindler, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 16 16.87 Ed Roman, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 16... 16.87 Otto Polsfuss, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 16 38.25 Charles Shaw, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 16 42.75 David Wetter, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 16 42.75 Manne Eckstrand, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 5 46.60 Isaac Granlund, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 5 86.70 John H. Hubers, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 5 74.02 Alfred Anderson, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 5 18.00 Arthur Granlund, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 5 11.92 John Hermanson, road work on state road No. 1, job No. 5 11.02 Albert Nelson, road work on state road No. 1, job No. 5 11.02 George T. Newgard, road work, state road No. 1, job No. 5 5.20 J. E. Arvidson, road work on Milo west road, job No. 5 9.00 Gottfrid Larson, road work on Milo west road, job No. 5 20.00 Albert Morehouse, road work on Milo west road, job No. 5 2.10 Mike Haag, road work on Milo west road, job No. 5 4.50 Ray Wetsel, road dragging, state road No 5, job No. 1 6.50 Carl Iverson, road plow for jobs Nos. 6 and 7, Green bush 4.00 Caley Hardware Co., bridge paint and supplies, Green bush 3.95 Charles Gesch, grading at Johnson bridge, Green bush 110.00 O. E. Solberg, road work in the town of Milaca 50.00 Town of Milaca, road work on town line between Mil aca and Page 76.00 K. K. Moore, grading and road work, state road No. 1 101.25 Andrew Nelson, culvert work on state road No. 1, Page 9.60 Farmers' Co-Op. Cry. Co., feed for teams on extra gravel job, state road No. 1 5.40 Rudd Lumber Co., lumber for road work, com. dist. No. 4 2.40 Milaca L. S. & Pro. Co., road supplies for com. dist. No. 4 33.60 O. E. Solberg. road work in town of Milaca, com. dist. No. 4 50.00 Walton-Corr Contracting Co.. partial estimate No. 5 state road No. 1, job No. 1 2330.46 Walton-Corr Contracting Co., board for E. V. Rodlun, state road No. 1, job No. 1 10.50 E. V. Rodlun, instrument man, state road No. 1. job No. 1 74.25 E. V. Rodlun, instrument man, state road No. 1, job No. 1 19.50 Russell Baker, rod man, state road No. 1, job No. 1 4.00 M. W. Baker, board and room for engineer, state road No. 1, job No. 1 9.64 Mrs. B. H. E/ickson, board and room for engineer, state road No. 1, job No. 1 5.00 Duluth Corrugating & Roof ing Co., culverts for road work, 5th com. dist 47.52 Mcllhargey Hdwe. Co., hard ware and supplies for maintenance district No. 1 10.08 Emery Pitmon, carpenter work on machine shed, maintenance district No. 1 24.00 L. Stumm, carpenter work on machine shed, mainten ance district No. 1 27.00 Ray Wetsel, road dragging, maintenance district No. 1, state road No. 5 33.75 Lewis Robideau, road drag ging, maintenance dis trict No. 1. state road No. 4 12.00 T. J. Kaliher, road dragging, maintenance district No. 1, state road No. 1 7.00 John H. Hubers, road drag ging, maintenance district No. 1, state road No. 1.. 2.75 Syver Hjellum, extra work, maintenance district No. 1, state road No. 1 11.50 Burton Thayer, road drag ging, maintenance dis trict No. 2 6.95 John Wegner, road patrol, maintenance district No. 2 138.08 Nels Peterson, road work on state road No. 1, main tenance 16.00 John Vager, road work on state road No. 1, main tenance 11.75 Farmers' Co-Op. Co., sup plies for maintenance district No. 1 1.00 R. M. Cooley, auto mileage for engineer 16.00 G. M. Covill, livery for en gineer 7.00 Ole H. Uglem per diem and mileage, road and bridge committee 13.40 Carl Sholin, per diem and mileage, road and bridge committee 12.50 Ole H. Uglem, per diem and mileage, road and bridge committee 9.00 Jr. C. Cater, per diem and mileage, road and bridge committee 3.40 F. C. Cater, mileage to and from board meeting .20 Ole H. Uglem, mileage to and from board meeting 1.40 Carl Sholin, mileage to and from board meeting 4.20 J. F. Warren, mileage to and from board meeting 10.00 All other claims before the board were laid over until next meeting for further consideration and in vestigation. On motion board adjourned until January 2, 1915. J. F. WARREN, Chairman of the County Board, Mille Lacs County, Minnesota. Attest: W. C. DOANE, County Auditor and Ex-Officio Clerk of Board. (Official Seal) [Nov. 26-3t] Citation for Hearing on Petition for Probate of Foreign Will. Estate of Oliver W. Jones, other wise known as Dr. O. W. Jones. State of Minnesota. County of Mille Lacs. In Probate Court. In the mater of the estate of Oliver W. Jones, otherwise known as Dr. O. W. Jones, decedent. The State of Minnesota to the next of kin and all persons inter ested in the allowance and probate of the will of said decedent: The petition of Martha Jones, rep resenting that Oliver W. Jones, alias Dr. O. W. Jones, then a resident of the county of Boone, state of Iowa, died on the 1st day March, 1912, testate and that his will has been allowed and admitted to probate in district court in and for the county of Boone, state of Iowa, being filed in this court, together with authen ticated copies of said will and of the probate thereof in the court above named, and praying that said will be admitted to probate in this state, and that letters of administration with the will annexed be thereon granted to E. L. McMillan. Now 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 Prince ton, county of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota, on the 21st day of December, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m., why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Witness the Hon. Wm. V. Sanford, judge of said court, and the seal of said court, this 20th dav of Novem ber, 1914. Wm. V. Sanford, (Court Seal) Judge of Probate Court. E. L. McMillan, Attorney for Petitioner, Princeton, Minn. First Pub. Fov. 263t NOTICE. Don't Delay Treating Your Cough. A slight cough often becomes seri ous, lungs get congested, bronchial tubes fill with mucous. Your vitality is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. I soothes your irritated air passages, loosens mucous and makes your system re sist colds. Give the baby and chil dren Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hopey. It's guaranteed to help them. Only 25c at your -druggist. Advertise ment. Farmers, Attention. Wanted, hogs, cattle and poultry at A. C. Smith & Co.'s meat market, Princeton. Highest market prices paid. 48-tfc ill ^r*fi if'iS. *s 3581 3584 3679 3663 3619 3617 3691 3688 3713 3709 3677 3740 3747 3755 3763 3778 3784 3703 3862 3856 3787 3710 3934 3901 3972 3861 i li warrants Persons holding county numbered as follows: County Revenue. 3498 3573 1817 1818 2709 3590 3499 3429 3561 3583 3593 3594 2706 3669 3668 3621 3658 3664 3662 3623 3628 3629 3631 3630 3665 3612 3613 3614 3615 56163683 3666 3670 3622 3882 3626 3618 3685 3673 3599 3671 3696 3700 3701 3702 3687 3695 3698 3712 3694 3704 3708 3706 3707 3692 3697 3719 3723 3660 3676 3661 3586 3563 3729 3731 3739 3742 3743 3744 3745 3746 3750 3732 3728 3693 3754 3758 3759 3760 3761 3762 3765 3766 3767 3768 3769 3779 3791 3780 3773 3776 3772 3781 3783 3774 3777 3800 3705 3809 3844 3860 3848 3853 3851 3903 3855 3858 385y 3864 3865 3904 3836 3839 3838 3840 3841 3845 3847 3917 3786 3833 3936 3933 3945 3946 3788 3960 3959 3954 3953 3955 3961 3958 3899 3968 3965 3957 3976 3956 County Road and Bridge. 4859 4885 4762 4765 4771 4838 4857 4862 4863 4864 4865 4867 4869 4873 4874 4876 4836 4834 4835 4837 4861 4761 4856 4777 4778 4839 4840 4841 4842 4843 4844 4845 4846 4847 4848 4849 4850 4851 4852 4853 4854 4880 4877 4878 4879 4881 4882 4883 4884 4764 4538 4662 4775 4870 4868 4776 4875 4871 4872 4770 4503 4588 4855 4866 5220 5085 4983 4984 4985 5017 5092 5093 5094 5095 5096 5097 5098 5099 5100 5102 5103 5104 5105 5106 5107 5108 5109 5110 5111 5112 5113 5114 5115 5116 5117 5118 5119 5120 5121 5123 5124 5125 5126 5127 5128 5129 5130 5131 5132 5133 5134 5135 5136 5137 5138 5139 5140 5141 5142 5143 5144 5145 5146 5147 5148 5149 5150 5151 5152 5153 5154 5155 5156 5157 5036 5037 5038 5039 5040 5041 5184 5185 5186 5187 5045 5087 5089 5048 5046 5060 5059 5058 5057 5079 5078 5034 5056 5031 5033 4989 4992 4991 4990 5023 5020 5019 5021 5101 will please present the same to the county treasurer at Princeton, Minn, for payment. Interest on the above numbered warrants will cease thirty days from and after this date. Dated at Princeton, Minn. Nov. 26, 1914. Otto Henschel, County Treasurer, Mille Lacs Co. 3579 3592 3674 3627 3620 3681 3667 3686 3690 3689 3711 3678 3741 3748 3757 3764 3775 3793 3799 3902 3857 3900 3854 3935 3943 3966 3863 3 I" II 'is