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THE COMPORTAaiX WAY
GOING SOUTH GOING NORTH
8:05 a. Sandstone 8:55 p. a
Brook Park 8:20
Mora 1 49
Pease (1) 6:28
Long Siding (f) ..8:1S
Bnckton (f) ..10
Princeton 6 :15
Elk River 5:ZS
Anoka .,..4 6i
Minneapolis ...,4 l&
8.S2 S :55
U:i5 IS :3o p.
1 :X0 jJ ...8 4*
ST. CLOUD TRAINS.
GOING WEST GOING EAST
10.00 &. Milaea S :30 9. m.
19:09 Foreston .....,8vQ
:15 St. Cloud 8:00
Train No. 42 leaves St. Cloud daily at
8:10 a. m.. arrives at Milaea at 0:24
a. m. and Sandstone at 11:20 a. si.,
jsherb it connects with Nov 28 for
TraijL No. 41 leaves Sandstone daily
at 12 -05 p. m after arrival at No. 19
from Duluth, arrives at Milaea at 1:68
p. m. and at St. Cloud at 8:30 p. ny.
GOING SOI.TH I GOING NORTH
Daily, ez. Sun Dally, ex. gun.
S 30 a. Milaea 2:10 p.m.
9.30 Princeton 1:00
1:30 Elk Rivar 10:80
S 00 Anoka 8:90
Any mfonrat-.cn regarding sleeping
cars or connections vrili be furnished at
any tame by J. W. MOBSMAN,
Agant, Princstcn, Minn.
MILLE LACS COUNTY
Bogus BrookA. J. Franzen R. 4, Milaea
BorgholmC. W. Sorenson R. 1, Milaea
BradburyW. C. Johnson Onamia
DaileySereno Johnson R. 2, Onamia
East SideOscar Anderson, .fi. 1, Redtop
GreenbushOscar Erickson R. 1, Foreston
HaylandMearl E. Hummel R. 3, Milaea
Isle HarborSamuel Magaw R. 1, Wahkon day evening
KathioWallace E. Schaumberg Star R., Onamia
MiloO. B. Kessler R. 1, Foreston
MilaeaH A. S. Sandholm R. 2, Milaea
MudgettR. L. Baker R. 2, Onamia
OnamiaG. H. Carr R. 2, Onamia
PageEriek Williams R. 3, Milaea
PrincetonHenry Marpe Princeton
South HarborPhilip WoodwardR. 1, Onamia
ForestonEarl DeHart Foreston
IsleA. O. Peterson Isle
MilaeaE. A. Magnuson Milaea
PrincetonClair Smith Princeton
OnamiaStacy Orton Onamia
WahkonC. M. Haigren Wahkon
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets Every Thursday Evening
J. L. Townsend, K. R, S.
S. R. Jones, C. C.
i PROFESSIONAL CARDS
i GEORGE PRENTICE ROSS
I Undertaker and State i
1 Licensed Embalmer.
Disinfecting: a Specialty I
Rural Phono No. 30
BR. D. A. McRAE
Oflce in Odd Fallows Block.
DR. NEIL A. STACEY
Over Jack's Drug Stora
ELYERO L. McMlLLAN,
i W. C. DOANE
I County Attorney I. O. O. F. Blk.
I Princeton, Minnesota
EVAN H. PETERSON
Successor to S. P. Skahen)
(First Pub. Aug. 19-61)
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure.
Default having been made in the payment
six hundred fifty-three and 60-100
653.60) dollars, which is claimed to be due
id is due at the date of this notice under a
jrtain mortgage made by Duncan A. Spink
.nd Laura S. Spink, his wife, to the First
State Bank of Onamia, (a corporation under
the laws of the state of Minnesota) dated
November 15, 1913, and recorded December 22,
1913, at 1 o'clock p. m., in the office of the
register of deeds of Mille Lacs county, Minne
sota, in book ''4 of mortgages, on page
"538" and duly assigned to Ruth White by
the said mortgagee by instrument of assign
ment, dated December 30, 1913, filed for
record in the office of the register of deeds
of said Mille Lacs county, on the 14th day of
January, 1914, at 9 o'clock a. m., and re
corded therein in book "5" of mortgages on
page "168," ant" later duly assigned to First
State Bank of Onamia, (a corporation under
the laws of the State of Minnesota), by the
said assignee of mortgagee by instrument of
assignment, dated November 25, 1918, filed
for record in the office of the register of
deeds of said Mille Lacs county, on the 4th
day of June, 1920, at 4 o'clock p. m., and
recorded therein in Book "15" of Mortgages
on page "638," notice is hereby given that said
mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale by the
sheriff of said Mille Lacs county pursuant to law
and the power of sale therein contained of the
premises covered by said mortgage, which are
therein described as follows: The north half
of the northeast quarter (nK. of ne%,), sec
tion seven (7), township forty-three (43)
north, of range twenty-seven (27) west, of
the fourth principal meridian, containing
eighty (801 acres more or less according to
the government survey thereof, in the coun
ty of Mille Lacs and state of Minnesota, to
the highest bidder for cash at the front door
of the high school building in the village of
Milaea, in said county, said high school build
ing being then used as a temporary court
house for said county of Mille Lacs, at 11
o'clock a. m., on Tuesday, October 5th, 1920,
to pay the amount due under said mortgage,
and attorney's fees as stipulated in and by
said mortgage, and the costs and expenses of
this foreclosure, no action having been brought
to recover said amount or any part thereof.
Dated July 7, 1920.
FIRST STATE BANK OF ONAMIA,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
By W. A. Benzie, President.
By O. J. Peterson, Cashier.
Att*Srney for Assignee of Mortgagee,
Sunday-school next Sunday morning
Matt Johnson purchased two Po
land China pigs from Raymond Sa.von
of Baldwin the first of the week.
J. H. Craft has purchased a nr'Il
grinding alfalfa meal, which has the
same feeding value, pound for pound,
Hartman Camp and wfe entertained
at their home on Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Durbin and family, Mr. a"d lira.
1'J H. Craft and son, Percy, and Mr.
and Mrs. Calhoun and family. All en
joyed the day together.
Mr. Bishop, mail carrier on route
1, Princeton, had a holiday Monday,
and he certainly enjoyed it.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knapp and
daughters, Marjory and Janet, and
Mr. Knapp's mother of Orrock vis
ited on Sunday at the Ben Carpenter
home and attended church service in
Mr. and Mrs. Payette and daugh
ter, Dolores, autoed to Day1.:*!!
Saturday to visit relatives. They re
turned home on Sunday evening.
J. J. and R. O. Sproessig started out
last week to fill silos and filled Chas.
Brande's on Wednesday and two others
Mrs. Jonas Hanson went to Ostlun
on Tuesday for a visit with friends.
Harry Johnson and Conrad Eng
strom of Opstead are ditching for a
road east of town.
C. B. Madsen and W. Templin start
ed to work on their road contract
east of town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Haggberg and
son attended church at Isle on Fri-
Orville Gould returned home from
the twin cities on Tuesday.
Mrs. D. M. Danielson returned to
her home at Ostlun on Tuesday. She
has been in a hospital in the cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Hanson returned
home from Mora on Saturday evening,
where they attended the fair.
John Love of Ostlun is the new
rural mail carrier on route 1.
John Addington of Wahkon has
been loading a car of lumber here this
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hageberg and
son visited at the John Haggberg
home at Isle on Sunday afternoon.
^School opened on Tuesday with Miss
Lizzie Wamberm of this place as
Lumber is coming into the Hagg
berg planing mill every day. R. Hagg
berg will be ready to plane the lum
ber in a few days.
I DISTRICT NO. 50
Mrs. A. H. Fullwiler of Round Lake,
sister-in-law of Mrs. C. L. Campbell,
spent several days with her last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams and
Mr. and Mrs. Vergin Bird of Minne
apolis stopped over night with their
aunt, Mrs. C. L. Campbell, on Sunday.
They were on their way to Harlem,
Mont., by auto.
Adley Stacey came up on Saturdsv
and stayed until Tuesday with his
Mrs. Allen Heath went to the hos
pital on Sunday to undergo an opera
tion. Hope she will return home im
proved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Norberg went
to Spectacle lake on Sunday to hear
the talk on everlasting life.
A telephone call from Dave Looney
(First Pub. Sept. 9-3t)
Notice of Sale of Ditching Job.
Notice is hereby given that on the 25th day
of September, 1920, at 9:00 o'clock a. m., at
the Baldwin town hall, Baldwin township,
Sherburne county. Minnesota. I will sell the
lots of digging and constructing Town Ditch
No. 1 town of Baldwin, established bv the
town board of the town of Baldwin, of Sher
burne county, state of Minnpsota, by their or
dr bearing date August 30th, 1920. viz: For
the work as one job, and also for one or more
divisions of such work, to the lowest responsi
ble bidder or bidders and that bids are invited
for =aid work said work to be completed with
in the time required, and in the manner
specified, in said order of said board. And no
bid will be entertained which exceeds more
than thirty (30) per cent over and above the
estimated cost of the construction, in any
case, is stated in said order: and the success
ful bidder will be required to give a satisfac
tory bond, to be approved bv the town clerk
of said town, with two freehold sureties, for
the faithful performance and fulfilment of
his contract, and to pay all damages that may
accrue by reason of his failure to complete
the job within the time required in the con
tract. The said order and estimates and pro
file are on file, and may be seen at my office.
The approximate amount of work to be done
in the construction of such ditch is as follows:
Ditch with open excavation of approximately
10,000 foet approximately 125 feet of which
is tile approximately 2,200 feet of which is
excavation along the public highway to be
moved a distance of about 12 feet onto said
highwrv: and otherwise constructed in ac
cordance with plans and specifications now on
file with the town clerk of said town of Bald
Thp estimated total cost of the work is
The right to reject any and all bids is
Dated September 4th. 1920.
W. C. ANGSTM\N.
Town Clerk. Town of Baldwin, County
of Sheburne, State of Minnesota.
Evan H. Peterson.
Attorney for Petitioners.
(First Pub. Sept. 9-3t)
Citation for Hearing on Final Account and
ESTATE OF FLOYD HARRISON HATCHER
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs
In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Floyd Harri
son Hatcher, 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 prav
ing for the adjustment and allowance of said
final account and for distribution of the resi
due of said estate to the persons thereunto
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 village of Milaea, in the coun
tv of Mille Lacs-^and state of Minnesota, on
the 4th dav of October, 1920, at 2 o'clock p.
m.. why said petition should not be granted.
Witness, the judge of said court, and the
seal of said court,- this 31st dav of August
1920. WM. V. SANFORD.
(Court Seal.) Probate Judge.'
Evan H. Peterson,
Attorney Per Se,
at the lake says they are well and
he is doing first rate. He has a
big road contract and is in need of
Anyone wanting two full-blooded
PolantK China sows with young pigs
about two weeks old can get them by
calling up C. L. Campbell.
Threshing is being done rapidly in
this locality. Corn is being cut and
potato digging will be in full blast
in a few days. The potato crop is
Mrs. Gus Erickson returned home
on Saturday from a visit to relatives
at Clara City.
Mr. and Mrs. Youngstrand and
daughter, Edith, of Minneapolis came
up on Saturday evening and
over Sunday at the Fagerberg-
right step when
you switch to
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920
turning out even poorer than most
people thought at first.
TeacherThis book says that a pes
tilence visited the people. Do you
know what that means?
Willie WillisSure. That's what pa
calls grandma when she comes to see
OU can't do better. Alter
smoked through a
pack of Spurs, you won't want
*o go back to other cigarettes.
You'll find your old kind sort of
flat and uninteresting, Eke last
For Spur's good tobacco taste
can't help but win you for keeps.
There's rich, mellow Turkish,
flavorful Burleyand other home
grown tobaccos blended in anew
way that brings out to the foil
the all-'round goodness of this
And Spurs top all-all
ways. They're crimped.
Thst means slow burn,
smooth tasteno paste.
The smart "brown-and
silver" package is three
fold to keep Spurs fresh
Twenty centswill prove
that Spurs are your kind
quality at rock-bottom
price. The sooner you try
them the gladder you'll
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6 East Lake Street Minneapolis
Office Hours: 10 to 121 to 3 p. m.~
J. TOUISSAINT, Clerk
The Undersigned Will Hold a Sale on What is Known as the Bleek-
&JfSfii3gier Farm, Three Miles East of Pease, on
Thursday, Sept. 23
BEGINNING AT 10 A. M.
1 Sorrel Mare, 6 yrs. old, weight
1 Black Gelding, 13 yrs old,
1 Colt, 2 years old
15 Milch Cows, to freshen in Feb
ruary and March
2 Heifers, coming 2 years old
1 High-Grade Holstein Bull, 1 /2
24 Earl^ Spring Pullets
7 Chester White Hogs, weight
7 Hogs, weight about 100
1 Acme Binder
1 Deering Mower, 5 ft. cut
1 New Deering Hay Rake, 10 ft.
1 Grain Drill, with grass attach
1 Disc, 3 horse
1 Two-Section Steel Drag
2 Walking Plows, 14 and 16 in.
1 Bob Sleigh
1 Light Sleigh
1 Blue Ribbon Walking Cultiva
1 Wagon With Double Box
1 Hay Rack
1 Power Grind Stone
1 Double-Seated Spring Buggy
1 Steel Stock Tank
1 Cream Cooler
1 Cast Iron Tank Heater
Hog Troughs and Crate
1 New Great Western* Cream
Separator 900 lbs. capacity
1 Wet Potato Sprayer
1 Extension Ladder, 28-ft.
1 Hay Stacking Outfit
1 50-gal. Gas Barrel
1 30-gal. Kerosene Barrel
1 50-ft. Rubber Hose
2 Sets Double Harness
35 Tons of Tame Hay
200 Corn Shocks
1 ten, 1 eight and 2 five gaL
International Gas Engine, l'/2
1 Pump Jack
1 Good Range Cook Stove, for
wood or coal
1 Heater, for wood or coal
1 Wood Heater
1 Maytag Power Washing Ma
Pails, Cans, Crockery Jars, Fruit
Jars, Dishes and Cooking
3 Steel Beds With Springs
1 Couch, 3 Lamps
2 Extension Tables
2 Dressers, 1 Commode
6 Parlor Chairs
3 Kitchen Chairs
3 Rocking Chairs
1 Linoleum 9x12 Rug
1 9x12 Rug
1 1914 Ford Touring Car in good
Many Other Articles Too Nu
merous to Mention
Six Months Time on Bankable Paper at 8 Per Cent Interest
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
FRED DE JONG, Owner
SIMON HOITENGA, Auct.