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7:30 a. m. 8:30 9:10 9:25 9:88 9 :B5 10:10 10:22 10:27 10:42 11:02 11:25 11:56 12:52 p. m. 1:25 SOUTH GOING NORTH Sandstone 8:35 p. m. Brook Park 8:00 Mora 7:20 Ogilvie 7:05 Bock 6:50 Milaca 6:35 Pease (f) 6:13 Long Siding (f) ..6:03 Briekton (f) 6:00 Princeton 5:55 Zimmerman 5:35 Elk River 5:12 Anoka 4:46 Minneapolis 4:00 St. Paul 3:30 STWEST CLOUD TRAINS. 9 IN J5 :S2 a 0: GOIN EAST Milaca 6:30 p. m. ?9 Foreston 6:03 11'15 St. Cloud 5:00 WAY FREIGHT. GOING SOUTH I -GOING NORTH Daily, ex. Sun. Daily, ex. Sun. 8:30 a. Milaca 2:10 p. m. .9:30 Princeton 1:00 10:30 Elk River 10:30 3:00 Anoka 8:00 Any information regarding sleeping cars or connections will be furnished at any time by J. W. MOSSMAN, Agent, Princeton, Minn SMgHSKSSIBMMSSiaBMgMgM MILLE LACS COUNTY TOWN CLERKS. Bogus BrookA. J. Franzen....Route 2, Milaca BorgholmC. W. Sorenaen K. 1, Milaca DaileyH. A. Staar. Onamia Rant SideO. C. Anderson Opstead ^enbushOscar Erickson R. 1, Foreston JdaylandC. W. Wills .Milaca HarborSam Magaw .Watakon MilacaHarvey Sandholm R. 2, Milaca MiloO. B. Kesler R. 1, Foreston MudgettArthur Millam Milaca OnamiaG. H. Carr Onamia PageThore Lindberg Star R., Milaca PrincetonAlbert Kuhfield R. 2, Princeton KathioC. C. Kelty Garrison South HarborF. W. Miller Cove VILLAGE RECORDERS. Clifton Cravens Princeton O. L. Palmquist Milaca Sylvan Sheets .Foreston A. B. Phelps Onamia C. M. Halgren Wahkon Ralph Munson Isle NEIGHBORING TOWNS. BaldwinWarren Angstman R.l, Zimmerman Blue HillM. B. Mattson Princeton LivoniaA. W. Perman Zimmerman SantiagoB. H. Stacey Clear Lake GlendoradoH. W. Magnus R. 4, Foley BradfordWm. Conklin R. 3, Cambridge DalboVictor Hohn R. 2, Princeton StanfordJohn Hass R. 2, Bethel Spring Vale-^J.W.Westerberg..R.5, Cambridge Spencer BrookO.W.Blomquist, R. 8, Princeton WyanettEmanuel Lundgren....R. 2, Princeton PROFESSIONAL CARDS L. B. MALETTE^ D. V. M. Veterinary Physician" land Surgeon Office in Townsend Block. Northwestern, office, 138 home, 5. Tri-State: Office, 820, home, 187. PRINCETON, MINNESOTA GEORGE PRENTICE ROSS Undertaker and State Licensed Embalmer. Disinfecting a Specialty Rural Phone No. 30 PRINCETON, MINNESOTA DR. D. A. McRJE Dentist Office in Odd Fellows Block. PRINCETON, MINNESOTA DR. NEIL A. STACEY DENTIST In Dr. Caley's Office, Over Jack's Drug Store. Phone calls answered at Dr. Caley's phone. DR. M. A. PRICE DENTIST Office over Allen's Store. Tri-State Phone No. 346 Princeton, Minn. S. P. SKAHEN Attorney at Law Office in Princeton State Bank Bldg. PRINCETON, MINNESOTA ELVERO L. MCMILLAN, Lawyer Townsend Building. PRINCETON, MINNESOTA G. ROSS CALEY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Office & Residence over Jack's Drug Store TelephoneRural, 26. PRINCETON, MINNESOTA CANCE55 1 and Tumors successfully treated (removed) without knife or pain. All work guaranteed. Come, or write for free Sanatorium book Dr.WILLIAMS SANATORIUM 3023 UvivenityAT., Minneapolis,Minn. (July 12-4t) NOTICE. Persons holding county road and bridge warrants will please present the same to the county treasurer at Princeton, Minn., for payment. Inter est on these warrants will cease thirty days from and after this date. Dated at Princeton, Minn., July 12, 1917. OTTO HENSCHEL, Co. Treas., Mille Lacs Co. Are you lacking in strength and vigoralways tiredfeel mean, cross and complaining? You need Hollis ter's Rocky Mountain Teaa thorough cleansing laxative remedy. 35 cents. C. A. Jack Drug Co. Adv. Read the advertisements in the Unionthen patronize its adver tisers did night's rain has spread a more hopeful look on farmers' faces. The hot winds of the few days previous injured crops somewhat. Chas. Tompkins and family, Mrs. E4 Dexter and son, Roy, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Foote came over for a family picnic at the lake Sunday. Jet Chapman and daughter, Madge, were motering in this vicinity Sun day. Miss Elizabeth Kriesel is slowly re covering from her recent illness. H. C. Schumacher and family and Herman Leonard of Livonia visited at the Bastian home on Sunday. Henry Whitleff, Will Hass and Ed. Griep were Zimmerman visitors one day last week. Mr. E. D. Ericson drove over to Zimmerman on Saturday. Albert Johnson has returned to this neighborhood from the west and is employed on the Walker farm. SPENCER BROOK Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morton of Cam bridge spent a part of last week at the C. W. Morton home. Mrs. Floyd Thompson returned Monday from Fort Dodge, Iowa, where she has been visiting relatives for the past three weeks. There will be motion pictures at the M. W. A. hall, Spencer Brook, on Sat urday and Sunday evenings. Come and enjoy yourselves. Rev. Sitzell of Iowa is spending a few days at his farm here. The many friends of Frank Rey nolds will be glad to know that he is improving. Rye is being cut this week and is a very good crop. D. S. Walker has purchased the M. E. parsonage at Spencer Brook and is moving it onto his farm near Baxter lake. OPSTEAD I ._ Charlie and Oliver Anderson autoed to Walker on Monday afternoon. Rev. O. Larson and family and Mrs. Larson's mother, sister and brother re turned one day this week from their visit to Enfield and other points in the state. Jonas Hanson, who has been visiting his son, Mr. Grant, went to Isle on Monday for a few days' visit with rel atives. Alfred Johnson and his sister, Ellen, autoed to Wahkon and Isle on Monday afternoon. Miss Edith Frykman, who has been attending normal school at River Falls, Wis., came home on Monday to spend the summer. Fred Carlson and family are enjoy ing a visit from relatives from St. Paul. Aug. Haglund has a crew of Indians haying for him. Peter Peterson has been binding barley for a few of the farmers this week. Gustaf Haggberg and Alfred and Miss Ellen Johnson autoed to Glory and spent Sunday with friends. Charles Anderson is now the owner of one of the "favorite" cars called the Ford. He purchased the Ford from Chas. Wicklander of Isle. Sunday evening a young tornado passed over this section of the coun try breaking down trees and damag- (August 2-6t) SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs ss. District Court. The Rudd Lumber Co., Plaintiff vs. Albert Anderson and Edith Anderson, Defendants. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an execution to me directed and delivered, and now in my hands, issued out of the District Court, Seventh Judicial District, State of Min nesota, in and for the County of Mille Lacs, upon a Judgment rendered in said Court in favor of said plaintiff and against said de fendants, I have levied upon the following de scribed real property of said defendant, Edith Anderson, to-wit: Lot one (1) of block fifteen (15) of second addition to Milaca according to the plat thereof in the registry of deeds of said county and that I shall on Saturday, the- 15th day of September, 1917, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, at the front door of the court house in Princeton, in said county and state, proceed to sell all the right, title and interest of the above named Edith Anderson in and to the above described property, to satisfy said judgment and costs, amounting to one hundred and seventy-seven dollars and fifty-six cents, together with all accruing costs of sale, and interest on the same from the 29th day of June, 1917, at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash. HARRY SHOCKLEY, Sheriff of Mille Lacs Co.. Minn. Charles Keith, Plaintiff's Attorney. Dated, Princeton, Minn., July 31st, 1917. (First Pub. Aug. 2-3t) Citation for Hearing on Final Account and for Distribution. ESTATE OF CHARLES E. WEDGEWOOD. State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Charles E. Wedgewood, decedent. The State of Minnesota to all persons in terested in the above entitled matter: Whereas E. L. McMillan has filed in this court his final account of his administration of the estate of the above named decedent, to gether with his petition praying for the ad justment and allowance of said final account and for the distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled It is ordered that said petition be heard, and that all persons interested in said matter be and appear before this court on the 27th day of August, 1917, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the probate court rooms in the court house, at Princeton, in said county, and then and there, or as soon thereafter as said matter can be heard, show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted and that this citation be served by the publication thereof in the Princeton Union according to law. Witness the Hon. Wm. V. Sanford, judge of said court and the seal of said court, this 1st day of August, 1917. WM. V. SANFORD, (Court Seal) J6Ve E. L. McMillan, Attorney for Petitioner. i THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1917 ing many buildings and otherproperty. The inmates of some houses were frightened and made quick steps to cellars and root houses. VINELAND attende thRe Cross meeti ng at i SSS"^2 OnamiadlasteSaturday. Otto Henschel and family with a party from Ogilvie, were Vineland callers last Sunday. Dr. Olson and family of Milaca spent Sunday at Wigwam bay. W. J. Eynon and family of Onamia and Rev. E. N. Raymond were callers in this vicinity on Sunday. Frank O'Neil and family and Fred XT- 1. 1 jf A .^-i I JNlChOlS Of Aitkin passed through here Saturdav I oaiuraay. Prof. F. C. Thompson and familv of Tur-i As to Onions. Onions are bound to bring a big price this year, so take good care of them. They should be well matured before harvesting, and should be al lowed to become thoroughly dry be fore being stored. They may be put up in baskets, crates, or bags, and placed in a cool, dry place. The attic is better than the unheated cellar for storing onions. (First Pub. July 19-3t) SUMMONS. State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs. District Court, Seventh Judicial District. Bert E. Starkenburg, Plaintiff, vs. George M. Prentiss, George L. Pren tiss, Arthur Prentiss, Joseph W. Pren tiss, Emily A. L. Prentiss, Horatio Prentiss, Myra King, James V. Mc Hugh, Jennie B. McHugh, John T. D. Sadley, John H. Allen, Leonard-Pratt, C. C. Swaim also all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, interest or lien in the real es tate described in the complaint herein, The State of Minnesota to the above named ^j.d defendants You are hereby summoned and required to' answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitledo actionf which is filed the a or Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer tol said complaint onothe subscriberr ayt his office in the village of Princeton, Coun- Ml lthe ^M hff L Lac and Stat Minnesota Bervlc f| ndan an swe fai within twenty (20) dayys after the service Vrf this summons upon you, exclusive of the day L the said demande the said complaintr within the time aforesaid the plaintiff in this action will apply to the compS. th Dated July 16th, 1917. E. MCMILLA N, Attorney for Plaintiff, Princeton, Minn. Notice of Lis Pendens. TO!!*J? Minnesota, BeSs SfS Di8teict Countyd ocfi Lacs. Jui aMille SeVent ert Starkenburg, Plaintiff, vs. George M. Prentiss, George L. Pren tiss, Arthur Prentiss, Joseph W. Pren tiss. Emily A. L. Prentiss, Horatio Prentiss, Myra King, James V. Mc Hugh, Jennie B. McHugh. John T. D. Sadley. John H. Allen. Leonard Pratt. C. C. Swaim also all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, interest or lien in the real es tate described the complaint herein, M--.J.* 1 Defendants. Notice is hereby given that an actio has been commenced in^the Pontiffn ?v Claims Msy above sainamefdthcourt "S "t? Pontifff against abov the purpose determine th defendants and artieds thl *fel, adve 1 tht i^/!? eftate ?*}tl *r5*JF in and i^Pectively lan tff^ 8 hereinaftere described, and Sai situat in the ar a S,gns i fo^ver. The premises actio ffiSS?J^*ftf Srai County of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota, and described as follows, viz:(32The southeast quarter of the southeast'quarter (tep4 of Ihe ?h^v,f SeC townshV thirty tw thirty-seven (37), range twenty-six (26). Dated July 16th, 1917. E. MCMILLA N, Attorney for Plaintiff, Princeton, Minn. (First Pub. July 19-3t) numbered NOTICE. warrant 0Unt asPfonow3s.hldinfi County Revenue. 8892 8927 9001 9035 8999 9107 8894 8370 8992 9023 9064 9108 8895 8813 7274 9040 9067 9109 8896 8778 8787 8797 9046 9110 8893 8814 8789 9051 9069 9111 8898 8816 8791 8978 8812 9112 9165 9166 9167 9243 9248 1502 8351 8770 8771 8772 8977 9039 9022 9024 9041 7277 8993 8803 8995 8997 8809 9061 8991 9037 9036 9030 9029 8810 9044 9028 8090 8273 8467 8614 8713 8989 8990 9009 8987 8998 9006 9007 9008 9010 8982 9020 6 '\A*J?M$M&5i&!$S, 9297 9295 9296 9299 9003 9302 8800 7282 879* 9052 9081 9113 9090 9395 8900 8929 8794 8996 8537 9114 9238 8788 8784 8796 9004 8680 9115 8790 8934 8981 9005 9093 8792 8801 9021 8980 9076 8903 8799 9038 8785 9082 8768 8815 8984 7962 9078 8817 8974 9032 8350 8776 8975 9029 8376 8976 9031 8377 8983 9025 8783 8985 9033 8786 8986 9026 8910 8553 8913 8534 8765 8718 8848 8719 8849 8717 8847 8767 9400 9293 9391 9397 9399 9301 9416 9411 9407 9406 9409 9415 9422 9408 9410 9403 9424 9089 9237 9087 9235 9034 9083 9157 9158 9154 9151 9236 9155 9156 8375 9000 9267 9270 9145 9147 9116 9117 9118 9120 9121 9122 9123 9124 9075 9150 9085 9088 9077 9142 9143 9144 9146 9241 9079 9074 9086 9149 9234 9080 9119 9096 9097 9098 9099 9100 9101 9102 9103 9104 9105 9106 940O4 9290 9288 9425 9298 9417 8979 9272 9162 9273 9163 9300 9164 9292 9419 6546 9522 10060 9906 9304 9559 9814 10062 10076 9418 9571 9499 10080 9896 9396 9578 9531 10061 8991 9152 9515 9556 10067 8124 9153 9516 9561 9893 10089 8386 9801 9525 9910 10092 9294 9802 9521 10073 10093 9564 9799 9991 9905 9536 9565 9800 10068 9900 10129 9566 9803 9894 10065 10127 9567 9574 9884 9898 10122 9568 9804 9902 9529 9903 9548 10121 9519 9806 10064 10066 10124 9538 9794 9289 10082 10134 9520 9547 9504 9535 10139 9506 9798 9505 9414 10265_ 9507 9810 9514 9809 10123 9512 9805 9883 10071 10117 9513 9541 9885 9892 10118 9539 9816 9886 9007 10268 9412 9576 9887 10069 10281 9558 9811 9888 9532 10274 9560 9813 9889 9897 10272% 9555 9528 9901 9907 10273 9575 9577 10063 9912 10284 9557 9812 9904 10075 10119 9569 9562 9909 9908 10278 9570 9549 10072 10074 10277 3534 9530 9899 9911 10279 10126 9554 9817 County Poor Fund 8510 9865 9131 9866 9129 9868 9125 9864 9133 9863 9134 9853 9135 9860 9136 9JB59 9128 9869 9130 9496 9281 10103 9282 10099 9276 10102 9277 9126 9278 9127 9275 8952 9132 9279 9280 8951 9498 9489 9490 9488 9492 9491 9495 9497 9283 9861 9858 County Poor Farm Fond. 9337 8968 8971 7956 9139 9285 9284 9420 9138 8755 9287 8109 9502 9503 9500 9501 9815- 9876 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., July 19, 1917. OTTO HENSCHEL, County Treasurer. Mille Lacs County. ^^^gsiJEffiksSi (First Pub. July 26-3t) Notice of Expiration of Time of Redemption. Office of County Auditor, County of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesotass. To Hall & Pratt:hereby iiL ar couZ SfMlE Several of the families from here w^rqu^r^f^f^l MC I ZZAA0* ka( Ml "!Jj a !wJr3 to cen wi 1 8 c*M"i west quarter of southeast quartera of1 section No. 1 above described at station 0 as its out- ?y (35)' ytSf nan?" SeVe i np cuponnt ou S T&TSeestate CG?Vf* A.i +ue a. J ySr tna Mr. and Mrs. Newberg and party of noticfisXe ZL?ZteMM?JZ!?A Milaca passed through here on Sunday ?o*hJ^"SfLfeent8'maVnofFthirty-seven* en route to Deerwood. SEST Mrs J. H. Martin and son, John, 3SSft ffcJanuary, Were business Callers here last Thurs- a fro J*0 IJf^"Ptoon a*" townshipyhmadW SSe88 (27) nforty-one real estated cunt .._? lv .eXAWdIuayf (2^ ?i a2 t_ _u""scu f,JSSZJZ ran sai 9t JuK51!Il*-Jdun fo proceedings'to enforce the payment of taxes quarter amoun th made o, &ry,'J91: '_ (4)-j1** sai Milaca were campers here at the lake by the holde thereof, an* this notice guested last Week. /i'_.-Jli:'ehat_rt a $8.9 thereof at the rate of 12 per cent per annum from the 21st day of January, 1916. the day suc redemptio,ethsehr^teynoffdmade.r- i made, an inter $10.20hthereof a*n 12 pe nth* th 5t da Janu dfron y such redemptio is Purchaser has been presented to me notice, and the filing of proof of such service in my office. Witness my hand and official seal this 28th day of June, 1917. W.M C.I DOANE, ,4 Co. Minn Lac il udito (Official Seal.) Approved Feb. 7, 1916. LYNDON A. SMITH, Attorney General. (July 19-3t) NOTICE OF TAX SALE. Notice of Tax Sale of Unredeemed Lands in Mille Lacs County, Minnesota, Under Sections 2127, 2128 and 2129, General Statutes 1913, as Amended by Chapter 303, Session Laws 1917 and Under Chapter 334, Session Laws 1915. Pursuant to the provisions of Sections 2127. 2128 and 2129 General Statutes 1913, as amend ed by Chapter 303, Session Laws 1917 and under Chapter 334, Session Laws 1915, notice is hereby given that on Monday, the 13th day of August, 1917, at 10 oVlockassignedforenoon, no state oorf th ta chasersoorf date S? of the Clerk of the District Court in cun ty Mill Lac andin Stat th to pur- in the a at the office of the County Auditor in the County Court House,n at Princetond a in Mille Lacse which sai parcels, Countya,l Village Minnesota, all tracts or bi parcelnsf by the state, wil land situated iin Mill Lac Countyl, redeemed within three years from an wer eoff?redr offe eat public sale, and will be sold to the highest bidder therefor. The minimum amount for which any such parcel will be sold is prescribed by Section 2128, General Statutes 1913. as amended by Chapter 303, Session Laws 1917. No parcel subject to sale under pro visions of Chapter 334, Session Laws 1915, will be sold for less than 50 per cent of the assessed valuation of such tract for the year 1914, plus the taxes, penalties and interest subsequent to the taxes of 1912. Purchasers shall forthwith pay the amount of their respective bids to the county treasurer. Said sale will begin at the time and place named above, and will continue from day to day until every such tract or parcel shall have been offered for sale under the provisions of said statutes. The list of said real property, subject to said sale, and which will be offered for sale, unless previously redeemed, is now on file in the office of said county auditor, and of the state auditor of said state. Owners^or interested parties may redeem their property by paying the full amount due to the county treasurer, and at "any time be fore sale and within sixty (60) days after proof of service of the notice of expiration of redemption has been filed with the county auditor". After the notice of expiration of redemption has been served, as provided in section 2148, General Statutes 1913, the Chairman of the Minnesota Tax Commission is authorized to issue a deed in the name of the state to the person entitled thereto (See Chapter 332, General Laws 1915.) Dated at Princeton, Minnesota, July 18th, 1917. W. C. DOANE, County Auditor, Mille Lacs Co., Minn. (Seal of County Auditor Mille Lacs County, Minn,} (First Pub. July 19-3t) Auditor's Notice of Hearing After Viewers' Report in Ditch Proceedings. In the Matter of the Petition of Geo. Schmidt "and Others for a Public Ditch in the County of Mille Lacs, State of Minne sota. Notice is hereby given, That, whereas, a petition has been filed "in the office of the county auditor of said county, pray ing for the establishment and construc tion of the ditch herein referred to, and the civil engineer appointed by the board of coun ty commissioners of said county to make a survey of the route of said ditch has com pleted his w.ork and made due report thereof and filed said report in the office of the county auditor of said county, and the view ers appointed by said board of county com missioners to view the same have completed their work and filed their report thereof in the office of said county auditor which ditch as_ specified and laid out in said petition, said report of said engineer, and the report of said viewers, commences in the southeast quarter of the* southeast quarter (se% of se%) of section two (2), township thirty six (36) north, range twenty-six (26) west, at a point 216 feet west and 38 feet north of the southwest corner of section one (1), said township and range thence in a general southerly and southwesterly direction through the northeast quarter (neV4) of section eleven (11) and into the southeast quarter (se%) of said section eleven, (11) thence in a southeasterly, southerly and southwesterly direction through said southeast quarter (se%) and in a southwesterly direction through the northwest corner of northeast quarter (ne%.) QAt^r~^ section fourteen (14) thence in a south V^U ra+*.l ^-d XI J. J Ai J.1 westerly anl southeasterl1__ direction throug1h the north half of northwest quarter (n% of nw%) of said section fourteen (14) thence in an easterly, southeasterly and south westerly direction through the north east quarter of said section fourteen (14) thence in a southerly, southwesterly and southeasterly direction through the south east quarter of said section fourteen (14) thence in a southeasterly, southerly and south westerly direction through the northeast quar ter (neX4) of section tweny-three (23) thence in a southerly and southwesterly direc tion through the southeast quarter of said section twenty-three (23) and in a south westerly and southerly direction through the southwest quarter (sw%) of said section twenty-three (23) thence in a southerly, southwesterly and southeasterly direction through the northwest quarter (nw%), and lot two (2), of section twenty-six (26) and terminating at a point in Silver lake (so- called), as its outlet, at station 250 plus 80, being at a point in said government lot two (2), which is 19 degrees, 30 minutes, west a distance of 1582 feet from*the south quarter corner of said section twenty-six (26) and has certain proposed branches and lat erals_ thereto, the descriptions, sources and termini of which are as follows, to-wit: Branch Ditch No. 1: Beginning at a point which is 34 feet west and 22 feet north of the southwest corner of said section four teen (14) thence in an easterly direction through the southeast quarter (se%) of section fifteen (15), and in an easterly and northeasterly direction through southwest quarter of section fourteen (14), and in a northeasterly and southeasterly direction through the southeast quarter (se^) of sec tion fourteen (14) and terminating in the main ditch above described at station 142 plus 70 of said main ditch, which is a point in the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter (sw% of se%) of said section four teen (14), about 1150 feet east and 210 feet north of soutn quarter corner of said section fourteen (14). Lateral "A" to Branch Ditch No. 1: Be ginning at a point which is 34 feet west and 28 feet south of southwest corner of said sec tion fourteena (14) thence in a direc tion through northeast quarteenortherlhw oifo northeast terminating in notified that th fol- quarter"Tne%"or "nTy^T lctn^enS f^and situated in the two (22) and into the southed quartoof i 15 NoI^-I tee 9 1e*d. Mill Lacsw, the above southwes quarte- of section IJW Bol T- -~~~s quarter (nw% otf nwV4 of section dehnquent real for the year 1912, three (23)Xind into the southwest quarto? of (14) land a the sum of seventy dollarsrequired and seventy-four described at statiofn9 plus 68, as outlet a. a tti5' 8in sa piece or parcel of land from sai tax Lateral "C" to Branch Ditch No 1- Be. a Yipod interes i***vj VA ^jowce is xn su dollars and .south of the southwest corner of section frmr &r^r S? 5 brancy Minnesotae and southeast quarte (se of ~se% of section I Lateral "B" to Branch Ditch No. (41), let. a 34 feet and 2 feet tax Ut .d&t to ginnintgaapoinsouthwes4westnortherl2 N ditch- mtliwt corner of said section fourteen a point 3 feet east and 23north feet *"teenf thence a dirlctioS March 1914 in through the quarter oNyo and in an by south the corner of said section oi may,o j.3.1.4, at i lateral "northwest to Branch Ditch 1 T*O_ judgment dulyt given andf in and by south of the southwest corner of said see*fon SSI^T? c ""S" J^van omade an nortUwer terminating in branch ditch No? 1 above i a northerly direction quarterfourteeon rtn 2 Di1 Bran certificate of sale issued ta time for the redemption of said piec or parcel of land fromTaid sale northw^t q^rteTof souSt SS? CnS? will expire (60) days after the service of this of se%) and teSStfiffiff.nSaSdiSSi described at station 122 plus 10,f a^ its outlet. at a point in the northwest quarter of south- lourte^rS)/ *ofsIt of and 2 2 feet north &nnorthwes- 2twentv eas 8 feet ea8 3 4 fee fee poin vor 00 0 to redeem southwes corne^ section fourteenits a 14 1 rate of teeHing*)*.t (14 thence northerly through the northl '=& I Tft ffJ?WJJSSS 2 Ef^S^i fi thj nth day 1915, to the day No 1 above describedAat stetto* 9ri? 3 interest on 5* vt^-9*:4S its outlet, at a point 900Beginnint feet eas antda22 feett north of southwest' corner of section fourteen (14). ,o a poin 431 feet south and 272 feet west of center of section fourteen (14), thence in a northeasterly direction through the northeast quarter of southwest quarter (ne% of sw&) and into the northwest quarter of southeast quarter (nw^i of se^) of section fourteen (14) thence southeasterly direction through 11 SCti0 f 8C% Lateral "A" of Branch Ditch No. 2: Be gmnnig at a point 354 feet north and 44 feet wesfof center of section fourteen (14) thence a southeasterly direction through the southeast quarter of northwest quarter (se% of nw%) the southwest quarter of northwest quarter (sw% of nw%) and into the north west quarter of southeast quarter (nwM f se%). all in said section fourteen (14) and terminating in branch ditch No. 2 at station 7 as its outlet at a point in northwest quart ter of southeastN (nw of se%) of said sectioDn fourteen (14). 7nf "Winning at a poin oquarter 3 i n( 705 feet north and 249 feet east of south west corner ofy section/ twelvset (12) thence in tbw through the southwest quarter of quarter (sw^esoutherlynorthwest K osouthwest lection thenc1e itnh a and flouthwesterly di lu rou 1 ?h0^ternSn^art^r -il thirteen (13) and into the east half of north east quarter (e% of 4 yuarle Lateral "A" of Branch Ditch No. 3- Be ginning at a point 742 feet north andthirtee 45 feet nv fn^d /rne 1 sec tion (13) an fourteen (14) thence in a northwest- d*ctlon through the southwest quarter of northwest quarter (sw% of rtw%) of sec tion thirteen (13) and into the southeast quarter of northeast quarter (seV. of ne%) of sectiondlQfourteenan(14)terminatinginina ditch No. 3, at station No. 35, as its outlet, at a point in the southeast quarter of north east quarter (se% of ne%) of said section fourteen (14) al th)e above, describetwentyn thirty-silxof August Schlesner, sw of sw%.... August Neumann, se^ of se^.... 2 August Milbrandt, n% ne^. 1 HermanJ*- mai ditch,h^branch ditches and laterals being in wn/ (36 north range \p six (26) west which said ditch and the said branches and laterals thereof, as appears from the said report of said engineer pass through certain lands and affect certain roads, and certain municipal corporations, the descriptions of which lands and roads and the names of the owners thereof and of the municipal corporations so affected therebv arp as follows, to-wit: -l^%^jWife'1'ffe gg PAGE (First Pub. July 19-3t) Citation for Hearing on Petition for Admin* _l istratlon. ESTATE OF MELINDA WICKLANDER. State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs. In Probate Court. *n (First Pub. June 28-6t) Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. Kennedy and Philomene KenS sai a & A mortgagee to^ Junius "tedttel SSster of' TdA debt 11 said 4 SI"* ^weerly directum terl ecl re thereof' to Thlfhw-'i page 97 of sw%) of twelve an- ther^ quarter of andCUre*} nod thf det N W 4,, i27 aK^ ?,?iih nth.i,H^ye.tI?fn SffiVtaw!"fro JL inc tn 36 36 36 Se 23 23 23 in the establishment and construction hrwpl be heard, both for I 23 36 26 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 *f*sai ditch are invited and requested to appear and an'dMinn* jS%ff. Princet County Auditor of M^ile ^s^Minn. I tfWifML SEyni^v y*$$ matter of the estate of Melinda th Wicklander^ decedent. The state of Minnesota to the next of kin and all persons interested in the granting of administration of the estate of said decedent The petition of Charles Wicklander having been filed in this court, representing that Melinda Wicklander, then a resident of the county of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota, died intestate on the 5th day of September, 1916 and praying that letters of administration of her estate be granted to L. A. Matter, and the court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition Therefore, you, and each of you, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you 'x*0*? this court, *t the probate the court house in thSea ofdvillagcourfttoei Augus I3t Jntedm-,h nne ?A snouUatno1t0oeClte & Princeton, ,n'.thOnr,county of Mille Lacs, state ?917 th WM. V. SANFORD, (Court Seal.) Probate Judge. hfe*deed?$Wlfe-u!yafddfI^gT the register mortgagors, to E. A ThawT^&JSS. bearing date thef^17th day oFMay W rSrdVfnTh f ET^rlV 1 1 2? of,c in and for the countyk o^K 0ta SSM- debt hi ^n^ o3f oMUlrteages.at*c*!nitatsd191^*1.aneJunef 7 id i! aligned by noi gasre together with the dul said E^T hlhayer,b wa a therey ofTT,,V^,IJune dated'the^S&^odfoTsaieofficeth19tn-ied recor 1912 at 1 vied3e i ii!, at 1 clock p. m.. in book gages, on page 577: mort mT+ ont together5Kwith the 1101 8886 thereby, was duly assigned by assignee and holder wiereoi, to The Milaca Company assignment dated the 18th day of and recorde-d *JmieTlM?'7n191writtel~yebJun onm-thein 23rM daoy.r &lockAP fc"* 9 of mortgages tofa Sa actionrootherw^.givenr, proceeding^vhfeev^toyber 1 o tbreoI.^ Srtd4b osection bv the 7 of section fourteen (14), thence in a southerly, southwesterly and westerly direction through said eighty last described and terminating in the inain ditch at station 105 plus 20, as its outlet, at a point in the southeast quarter of northeast quarter (se%-of ne%) of section fourteen (14) *u ntice he that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and pursuant in such case made anM provided, mortgage will foreclosed by a sal* of ?hZ SSS.^? conveVe^V'sSdde6rfstatutethethot "be4 fa a 1 MBTLS county eVe and state of Minnesota, witdh theu hereditamentscountsand^tateLacrt and appurtenances,ot saiotd saUV, wUl be rttSX^S MUl Pwhicahid ea i th cour house in the S .foerif do Angust, i A SttE da. ilth WriSSf^M** thence north- rectJon branch 1917, at 10 o'clock a Public vendueto sale- Dated June 23, A. D. 1917. Rv/ A AT? T. R. 36 26 36 36 36 36 36 36 s% oof nw%..... 111 Milbrandt, s% of ne%!"' 11 Gerth- ^'if 8 se 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 SSeth h^hest bidder for cash, to pafy said debt of fifteen hundred fifty and 75-100 dollars and interest, and the taxes, if any on saM nr" ises and seventy-five doUaK.^raey's feeS da as stipulated in and by said, mortgaglTin to redemption1 at an3tawSeecaftimy by S^SL^^^T? a subSJect th 3tif MILACAy Ch COMPANY, iT A ALLEN, Secretar and Treasurer Charles Keit^ Mortgagee (First Pub. June28-6t) NOTICE OF MORTGAGESlivered FORECLOSURE Notice ishe givenothat defaultr haas been S A cond Albert Reichow, n% of sw% 11 Albert Reichow, n% of s% of sw^ 11 Frederick W. Gerth, s% of sU of sw% Ertman Milbrandt, n% of se% 11 E. G. and Lena Pike, s% of se%, less 1 acre to church 11 Edward Benseman, nw% of nw% 12 E. G. and Lena Pike, sw% of sw% 12 Nettie M. Harter, n% of nw%.... 13 L. Bockoven, of nw^ 13 Sophia Bockoven, w^ of nw*4 of sw% 13 Arthur W. Steeves, nei4 14 Clara Horstman, n% of nw^4 14 _ Albert Strieker, s% of nw% 14 36 26 Emil F. Gens, ne% of sw% 14 Emil F. Gens, sw& of sw} 14 Emil F. Gens, se% of sw% 14 George Schmidt, se% 14 Gust Manke, sei4 of se% 15 Henry Heitman, jr., ne% of ne% 22 Gustaf Manke, nw% 23 William Neumann, e1/ofonwnw%.... Marion B. Cater, nw% of ne%.... Marion B. Cater, sw% of ne%.. Edward Engelke, n% of ne% of ne% Edward Engelke, s% of se',4 of ne% George Gerth, s% of ne^i of ne% George Gerth, n% of se^ of ne% William Neumann, nw% of se%.. Anton Falk, sw% of se% Val Sausser, se% of sw% Alvie Bockoven, ne% of nw% Alvie Bockoven, se% of nw% Alvie Bockoven, Gov't, lot 2 Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween sw% of sw% of sec. 1 and nw% of nw% of sec. 12, T. 36 R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween swy4 of sw% of sec. 1, and se of se% of sec. 2, T. 36, R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween se% of se% of sec. 2 and neU of ne% of sec. 11, T. 36, R. 26, Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween ne% of ne% of *ec. 11 and nw% of nw% of sec. 12, T. 36, R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween se% of se% of sec. 11 and swV4 of sw% of sec. 12, T. 36, R. 26 Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween sw% of sw% of sec. 12 and nwM of nw% of sec. 13, T. 36, R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween w% of nw% of sec. 13, and eV2 of ne% of sec. 14, T. 36, R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween s% of se% of sec. 11 and n% of ne^ or sec. 14, T. 36, R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween sw% of sw% of sec. 14 and se% of se^ of sec. 15, T. 36, R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween se% of se% of sec. 15 and ne% of ne% of sec. 22, T. 36, R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween ne% of ne% of sec. 22 and nw% of nw% of sec. 23, T. 36, R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween sw% of sw% of sec. 14 and nw% of nw% of sec. 23, T. 36, R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween se% of sw% of sec. 14 and ne% of nw% of sec. 23, T. 36. R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road on line be tween sw% of se% of sec. 14 and nwM of ne% of sec. 23, T. 36 R. 26. Town of Princeton, town road at station 178 plus 7 of main ditch on line between sw% of ne% and nw of se% of sec. 23, T. 36, R. 26. Mille Lacs County, Minnesota, state road No. 4 of Mille Lacs county, at station 209 plus 19 of main ditch on line between se% of sw% of sec. 23 and ne% of nw% of sec. 26. T. 36, R. 26. That, therefore, the board of county com missioners of the county of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota, will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, the 14th day of August, 1917, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the county auditor's office in the village of Prince ton said county of Mille Lacs, for hearing on, and consideration of, said petition, said engineer's report, said viewers' report and the ^t^nination, of whether or not said ditch Hot Weather is hard Oh people shall be established and constructed and that at said time and place all persons interested trOUDlea With their Stomacomhustomi-daoanftnmeMMth 36 36 36 by Henry ition that cet^nS 2SSd. an Ta5,U.madeihereby ?i? Uglem and Mathilda Uglem, his wife as mortgagors, to the Security State Bank of Princeton, a corporation, of the county of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota, as mortgagee which said mortgage is dated on the 7 day of April, A. D. 1911. and was duly filed record in the offico'clocdk March?1915? thfor of the.o registeryofofdeeds of a A "To *1 ."P da April 10t 8t fr' DU i1Q?1' 91 A at. 9 a m..h and was duly Security State Bank recorde5d^ therein in Book 7 of Mortgages on 5 th 3 36 36 36 sai STwS 6 Wa ?*o a corporation, for a valuable consideratiorer duly assigned, sold transferred ?Jln Mortgage Security. Com- a- 2 pany of Minnesota. Incorporated, assign ment being recorded in9:3e 'clocsaid th office of the register of deeds in the county of Mille Lacs, the state of Minnesota, on the 18th day of SKVirfw I?15-a 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 Book of Mortgages on Page 234, and said mortgage was on the 27th day of March. A u. ii5. by the said Mortgage Securitey pany of Minnesota,o.Inc., duly sold, assigned.eCom PESUT?? to the Goodhu Stat a Jianic of Goodhue, Minnesota, said assignment being recorded the office of the Register of Deeds, the county of Mille Lacs in the state of Minnesota, the 30th day of March. 1915. at one clock p. was duly, recordedthdan Jt JU lL0x Mortgagesm., on Pag 240 boodhue State Bank is i.ow the lawful owner and holder of said mortgage, and that no action or proceedings have been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said Mortgage, or an part thereof, N?L. thereforey, notice is hereby given that by Virtue of the Power of Sale in said Mort gage contained, and pursuant to the Statute of the State of Minnesota, in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be fore closed by sale of the premises described in and conveyed by said mortgage, viz: "One half acre of land described as follows, to-wit: Six (6) rods and two feet north and south, and thirteen rods east and west in the southeast corner of northeast quarter of sec tion seven (7), in township thirty-six (36), range twenty-six (26), west of the principal meridian lying west of the right of way of the Great Northern Railway Company and north of the public highway." Except, that lot or parcel of land known and described as the "southeast corner of the north east quarter, section seven (7), township thirty-six (86), range twenty-six (26), start ing at a point two (2) rods west of the south east corner, thence westerly thirty (30) feet, thence northerly one hundred (100) feet, thence easterly' thirty (30) feet, thence south erly one hundred (100) feet, to point of be ginning. Otherwise described as the lot on which stands the Farmers State Bank of Long Siding, Minnesota, according to the map there of on file and of record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for said county of Mille Lacs, in the State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances and that lot or parcel of land known and described as follows: Beginning at a point thirteen (13) rods west from the southeast corner of north east quarter (ne^) of section seven (7), town ship thirty-six (36), range twenty-six (26) thence running north one hundred one (101) feet, thence east twenty-five (25) feet, thence south one hundred and one (101 feet, thence west twenty-five (25) feet to point of beginning, with the hereditaments and appurtenances, which sale will be made by the sheriff of said Mille Lacs county, at the front door of the court house, in the City of Princeton, In said County and State, on the 16th day of August, A. D. 1917, at 10 o'clock a. m. in the forenoon on that day at public vendue to the highest bid der for cash to pay $1750, the balance of said debt of two thousand ($2000) dollars now un paid and due, with interest and taxes if any on said premises, and swventy-five. ($75.00) dollars, Attorney's Fees, as stipulated in and by said mortgage in case of foreclosure and the disbursements allowed by law subject to redemption at any time within one year from date of sale as provided by law. GOODHUE STATE BANK, Assignee of Assignee of Mortgagee. Charles F. Kelly, Attorney for Assignee of Assignee of Mortgagee. Pnln KOCK in the bowels tonezse cleans aoi ls agains^ the same. Tea IS just what yOU need. Regulates (Official Seal.) __j C. A. Jack Drug Co. Adv.