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Sunday, December 31:
9:00 a. m.Low mass, sermon, and
distribution of holy communion.
10:30Services in Greenbush.
New Year's Day, January 1:
10:30Services in Princeton.
(Rev.) Chas. A. Mayer.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Morning worship at 11 a. m. Ser
mon subject: "What Difference Does
it Make?" Continuing the series on
"What and Where is God."
Evening worship at 7:30. Sermon
subject: "Radio Parables"No. 1.
"Aerials and Grounds."
A cordial welcome for all.
Happy New Year.
W. C. Besselievre, Minister.
10 a. m.Sunday school.
m."God's Handiwork Mani
6:45 p. m.-Epworth league.
7:30 p. m."Men Who Missed the
As Sunday next is the last day of
the old year you are invited to a social
hour at the church between the regu
lar service and eleven o'clock when a
Watchnight service will be held. Ev
erybody, irrespective of creed or color,
is heartily invited to unite with us.
Refreshments will be served during
the social hour.
We wish to thank all our friends
for their help during the past year,
especially the Union for so graciously
advertising our services.
Thursday, 7:30Prayer service.
Thursday, 8:30Choir practice.
S. Ainsworth Lumb, D. D., Pastor.
December 31, 9:30 a. m.English
Sunday school 10:30 a. m., divine ser
January 1, 10 a. mConfessional
10:30, New Year's service. Celebra
tion of the Lord's supper.
Announcement Saturday, December
January 2, 10 a. m.Annual meet
ing. All members are requested to
W. E. Vogel, Pastor.
Sunday after Christmas, December
In Zimmerman, Sunday school at 10
a. m. morning service in Swedish at
11 a. m.
In Princeton, Sunday school at 2
p. m. English service at 3 p. m.
In Greenbush, New Year's eve, pro
gram by the Luther league.
New Year's Day, January 1:
In Princeton, annual meeting at 10
a. New Year's program by Luther
league at 8 p. m.
The Ladies' Aid of Princeton meets
in the church on Thursday afternoon,
January 4. Mrs. N. A. Aimer enter
tains and serves refreshments.
The Luther league of Greenbush
meets on Friday evening, January 5,
in the church for its annual meeting.
N. A. Aimer, Pastor.
Sunday at 11 a. m.Norwegian
Monday at 11 a. m.New Year's
day service in English. Special
Rev. O. M. Gullerud, Pastor.
Divine services will be held in the
Allen hall on the first Tuesday of each
month at 8 p. m.
Rev. T. J. E. Wilson, Hinckley.
Christian Science Society of Prince
ton, armory, Sunday at 11 a. m.
Bible lesson subject, "Christian Sci-
Sunday school at 9:45.
Wednesday evening service at 8
A cordial invitation extended to all.
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Tomorrow night will occur the third
annual ball of Mille Lacs Division U.
R. K. P. The boys have made elab
orate preparations to entertain their
guests and if the weather is agreeable
there will be a large attendance.
Hon. Duren Kelly, of Northfield,
was a guest of his daughter, Mrs. C.
A. Jack, over Christmas.
Clair Caley, Charles Orr and LleW
Soule returned from Northfield, where
they have been attending Carleton
college, to enjoy the holiday vacation
with their parents.
The Milaca schools have closed for
the holidays and Principal Ewing is
spending his vacation with his Prince
The closing of the schoools for the
holiday season came at a very oppor
tune time. Measles and scarlet fever
had put in a joint appearance, but be
fore school opens again the cases will
be well defined and exposure to con
tagion will be greatly lessened.
Mrs. F. Hanscomb will spend the
winter in her husband's camp in the
pineries. She left Tuesday to join
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mallette and
Mr. and Mrs. A. Norgren, of Foreston,
came down Monday evening to par
ticipate in enjoyment of the reunion.
The Christmas exercises at the
Methodist church were unusually in
teresting and pleasant. The decorat
ing committee consisting of Messrs.
Farnham, Townsend and McVicar did
great credit to themselves. The parts
rendered by the Greenbush school
greatly helped in the entertainment.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Berg had as
their Christmas guests Mrs. D. C.
Johnson and child, and R. Blix of
Minneapolis L. Loftus of Morris and
S. Evenson of Appleton.
Frank Hart, clerk of the district
court of Anoka county, was in Prince
ton for a Christmas vacation. He was
accompanied by his wife and son, the
party being guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Steeves and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
New Year Wishes
By CHRISTOPHBR O. HAZARD
Copyrlsht, 1923, Western Newspaper Union.
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To aarva.1aaawa, delight aad shins!
And hero we stand to say "Good-byt"
Brief wordsand yet we scarce known why,'
They bring a moisture to the eye,
And to the heart some quake* aad aches
We apeak them very tenderly.
With half a sob and half a aigh
"Old Year, cood-byl Old Tear, aood-byt"'
W. K. Burleigh.
ERE we stand again on the
borderland of Welcome and
Good-by. There Is so little be
tween them and so much either
side of them.
When the great bell of time
strikes the midnight hour, and
1922 passes Into the land of long
ago, there is one simple resolu
tlon that we can all make with
pretty good surety that we can
keep it till the next midnight
chimesthat we will be a better
man or woman In the next year
than in the last.
That won't be a hard resolution
to fulfill in some degree, and if
everyone is even a little better,
there will be a heap more good
ness, kindness, success and love
in the world when 1923 rings out
that there is now.
The untried year brings with it
another chance for alla chance
to make good where we have
faileda chance to benefit by
what we have counted as failures
in the year that is passing out.
The old year has been a difficult
one for many. Some have lost
heart. The new year, which gives
promise of so much that is better,
will bring new courage and hope
If we can let the unhappy part
of the past year go with it, and
only remember the good, it will
help toward all that is best in the
One of the best things that we
can hope for the untried year is
that it will be a busy one for
everybody. Work is the best pro
moter of goodness and happiness,
and the best cure for trouble and
sorrow that there is.
When the solemn, happy bells
"ring out across the snow," let
them ring out with them the bad
things and ring in all .that is good
and true and beautiful that is
within the power of each one
ANIMALS AND NEW YEAR'S DAY
Oxen, Cows, Sheep, Goats and Pigs
Blessed in Churches of Italy,
Spain and France.
TN ITALY, Spain and France more is
made of New Year's day than1
Christmas and on St. Sylvester's eve as
the last day of the year is called the1
utmost joyousness prevails. Even the
animals are blessed in the churches.
A correspondent who attended one of
these quaint ceremonies, writes:
The priest lifted high the host and
said some words of benediction at
which the people fell on their knees
with a response. An acolyte with a
holy-water sprinkler passed through
the columns of animals deftly throw
ing the sacred water upon them. The
oxen and cows were thus blessed first,
then the sheep and goats and lastly
the pigs. A moon nearly full glittered
high above the mountain stones and,
combined with the light from the can-]
dies revealed the long, polished horns
and heaving sides and sleek coats of
the oxen and cows and the whitei
woolly skins of the sheep. The acolyte
passing among them, incensed them
and their bellowing, bleating and
squealing arose to a tumult. But, high
above all, the voice of the priest was
heard, as he chanted these words:
"My children, God in his goodness
sends me, his unworthy servant, here
to bless your flocks, according to an
ancient custom of our mountains, so
that these animals by whose aid you
live may join in our religious cere
monies which usher in the New Year.
Let us then sing a loud hosanna of
praise to the ever-merciful Lord so
lenient to sinners."
NEW YEAR CALLS PASSE
The American custom of New Year
day calls, so prevalent in the social life
of this country in the Nineteenth cen
tury, is little practiced today.
WANTEDDistrict manager between
33 and 38 to take charge of Life In
surance agency. Commission and ex
penses. Only high grade men will be
considered. State qualifications. Ad
dress Aetna Life Insurance company,
1205 Metropolitan Life Building, Min
neapolis, Minn. 52-2c
by large wholesale house of high
standing. Unlimited earning possi
bilities with opportunity to build per
manent trade selling complete line of
staples in constant use. A connection
with a real future. State age and full
details. John Sexton & Co., Chicago,
FOR RENTFive unfurnished
rooms. Call Branchaud hotel, tele
phone 292. 1-lc
LOST AND FOUND
LOSTPet kitten belonging to
Lucille Sausser, on Christmas evening.
Had one blue and one gray eye. Any
one seeing him phone 350. 1-lc
LOSTGood black fur robe from
from hood of Ford coupe parked in
front of school house during basket
ball game last Friday evening. Finder
return to Union office and receive re
LOSTFrame to headlight for auto,
Tuesday night, at Wyanett hall.
Finder please advise Albert Carlson,
phone 27F110, Route 2, Princeton, lp
LOSTTen 10-dollar bills with a
string tied around them. Finder
please return to Matterson Bros.' pool
room and receive reward of $15. 1-lc
GREAT ESTATES BROKEN UP
Among British Lands Recently Placed
on the Market Are Those of ths
If one is not too deeply steeped in
romance he may fail to feel remorse
at the sale of many of the large Eng
lish estates, for the greater part of
their broad lands are of agricultural
value. With Scotland it is rather dif
ferent, for there is much that is no
more than heath and rock, where
there is no more than beauty and sen
timent and romance, and that in every
stone and sprig.
The real Highlander feels sad when
he reads that the wide Cameron es
tates of 117,000 acres, including the do
mains of historic Lochaber and
Lochiel, are in the market. They in
clude a big sheep range and some
valuable timber, but that is about all
commercially, for deer, black-game
and wild due* are not articles of
In the old days the great lairds
maintained these wild lands and their
wild retainers out of their own pock
ets now they cannot afford it and
lands and retainers have to go. In all
the Highlands, probably there is no
clan better known by name and story
to the world than the mighty Camer
ons. The Cameron Highlanders, "The
March of the Cameron Men," Lochiel's
slogan and the Lochaber ax, are
spoken of everywhere.
There was not a Cameron among
the "Seven Men of Glenmoriston"
(who were Grants, MacDonells, Mac
gregors and Chlsholms), but they were
connected with almost every other
episode of the gallant young Prince
Charlie's sad and brief career. Tl^
beautiful estates now in the market
were forfeited on that account, to be
restored half a century later, this be
ing the only break in the Cameron
Windmills in Place of Sails.
Windmills to drive ships are the
product of the French inventions de
partment, an official war agency that
has been continued. These windmills
are Intended to enable countries with
out coal or oil fields to sail the seas
without coal or petroleum. The power
of the windmill is transmitted below
decks, where it later appears at the
Notices under this head will be inserted at one cent per word.
No ad will be published in this column for less than 25 cents.
Why leave your auto and other expensive
machinery out to the elements of the weather
when such a small expense will put them under
cover, thereby increasing the life and saving of
time and trouble at a time when your time is
worth money* Let us figure with you*
Happy New Year.
Cale Lumber Co.
BENJ. SOULE, Manager
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28,1922
LOSTCasing tire and rim be
tween Mige Looney's and Harry Swan
son's, on Christmas day. Finder noti
fy Dr. McKim of Isanti or leave with
Mike Looney. 1-lc
LOSTA heavy gray gauntlet
glove. Lost several weeks ago.
Finder please return to Union office,
LOSTA blue crepe de Chine
waist Wednesday, on road from East
Four school house to Princeton.
Finder please leave at Union office for
FOR SALEOne year old regis
tered Shorthorn bull of milk strain,
also Poland China male pigs of April
farrow ready for service. Pedigree
furnished with each sale. S. E. Hoff,
Foley, Minn., Route 4, Box 85. 50-tfc
FOR SALEGood red clover and
wild hay. Rosin Bros., Phone 9F13,
Princeton, Minn. 52-2p
WANTEDWashing, ironing, and
cleaning. Phone 378. 1-lp
FOR SERVICERegistered Duroc
Jersey boar, not related to former
blood lines. Fees $1.50, cash at time
of service. Prahl Bros., 2 miles north,
east of Princeton, Minn. 50-4p
FOR SERVICERegistered Duroc
Jersey Boar. Fees $1.50. Theo F.
Neske, 1% miles north of Princeton,
FOR SERVICEA full-blood Duroc
Jersey boar. L. R. Newton. l-2p
TAKEN UPWhite and yellow
dog. Same may be had at Aug. Lind
Strom's place in Greenbush. 52-3p
Why Mr. Joe Armstrong, Celebrated
Dog Trainer, Uses Rat-Snap.
"Noticed rats around my kennels,
having hundreds of prize dogs, could
not take chances. Tried Rat-Snap
in three weeks every rat disappeared.
Noticed that the dogs never went near
Rat-Snap. I tell my friends about
Rat-Snap." Use this sure rodent ex
terminator, it's safe. Comes in cake
form. Three sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25.
Sold and guaranteed by Evens Hard
ware Co. and Princeton Drug Co. Ad.
Notice is hereby given that the survey of
section three (3) township fortNy-three (43)
of range twenty-five (25) in accordance with
sections 786-796-1913 has been completed, and
plats of said survey filed in the register of
deeds' office, in and for the county of Mille
Lacs, wherein said lands are situate, that the
assessment upon the lands so surveyed has
been submitted to the board of county com
missioners of said county, and that this board
will meet at the office of the county auditor
at Milaca, Minn., January 2, 1923, to correct
and confirm said assessment.
Owner's Description Amount
Name of Lands Assessed
All in Section 3, Township 43 of Range 25.
Oliver S. Johnson, 8. 24 rods of lot 1 $3.88
Nelius C. Johnson, lot 1, ex. s. 24
Ernest E. Wyman, lot 2 19.31
Chas. Erickson, n% of lots 3and 4.... 19.22
Axel Rask, 8% of lots 3 and 4 19.25
Jonas O. Johnson, lot 5 12.93
Chas. Johnson, lot 6 12.91
O. R. Gallion, lots 7 and 10 25.96
Oliver S .Johnson, lots 8 and 9 25.98
Jonas P. Grant. sw% of lot 11 3.24
Chas. O. Johnson, lot less sw% 9.70
Jonas O. Johnson, lot 12, less one
acre school site 12.63
Anna L. Engstrom, n% of sw% 25.96
John W. Johnson, BW% of sw% 13.01
Tena Johnson, se% of sw%, and
w% of se%, less 5 acres to
Peter M. Peterson, ne% of se^ 13.01
Wm. T. Johnson, se% of se*4, ex.
2 acres to town of East Side.. 12.37
By order of the Board of County Commis
sioners of Mille Lacs County, Minn.
Dated this 19th day of December, 1922.
(Official Seal.) County Auditor.
If You Ship Us Your
Write V FIRST For
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O.BERGMAN S CO.
Washington Star: "I understand
many of the opposition voted a
"They couldn't/' answered Senator
Sorghum. "That ticket was crooked
(First Pub. Dee. 21-St)
Citation for Hearinr on Final Account and
ESTATE OP THOMAS H. CALEY,
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs.
In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas H.
The state of Minnesota to all persons inter
ested in the final account and distribution of
the estate of said decedent. The representa
tives of the above named decedent, having
filed in this court their final account of the
administration of the estate of said decedent,
together with their petition praying: for the
adjustment and allowance of said final account
and for distribution of the residue of said
estate to the persons thereunto entitled
Therefore, you, and each of you, are hereby
cited and required to show cause, if any you
have, before this court at the Probate Court
Rooms, in the village of Milaca, in the coun
ty of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota, on the
15th day of January, 1923, at 11 o'clock
a. m., why said petition should not be granted.
Witness, the judge of said court, and the
seal of said court, this 19th day of December,
1922. D. S. PHILLIPS,
(Court Seal) Probate Judge.
E. L. McMillan,
Attorney for Petitioner,
Notice is hereby given that the County
Board of Commissioners of Mille Lacs County,
Minnesota, will receive sealed proposals up
to the hour of two p. m., on the 3rd day
of January. 1923, at the office of the County
Auditor, Milaca, for the furnishing and in
stallation of the Mechanical Equipment of the
New Mille Lacs County Court House, to be
built in Milaca in accordance with plans and
specifications prepared 6y Croft A Boerner,
Inc., architects and engineers.
Separate bids will be received on the fol
(a) Heating and Ventilating.
(c) Electric Work.
Bids will be received only on the form ol
proposal supplies by the Architects and En
gineers and no other forms will be con
Bids must be accompanied by a certified
check or bidder's bond for an amount of five
per cent of the bid made payable to the
treasurer of the above county.
Copies of the above plans and specifications
may be seenon and after December 1, 1922,
at the following places: Office of the County
Auditor, office of the Architects and Engin
eers, an at the Builders' Exchange in Minne
apolis, St. Paul and Duluth.
The successful bidder must furnish the board
of county commissioners with an approved
surety company bond in the full amount of
the contract price.
The Board of County Commissioners re
serve the right to reject any or all bids.
Extra copies of plans and specifications
may be obtained on and after December 1,
1922, from the Architects and Engineers by
making a deposit of $20 00. The full amount
of this deposit will be refunded upon return
of plans in good condition and in case a
bona fide bid is submitted. Blue print cost
will be retained by the Architects and En
gineers out of the deposit in case plans are
mutilated or a bid is not submitted.
Dated this 5th day of December, 1922.
(Official Seal.) County Auditor.
Croft & Boerner, Inc.,
Architects and Engineers,
1006 Marquette Avenue,
(First Pub. Nov. 30-7t)
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Whereas default has been made in the con
ditions of that certain mortgage executed
by Tekla Johnson and Carl E. Johnson, her
husband, to Security State Bank of Milaca,
Minnesota, and which has been duly assigned
to Northern States Life Insurance Company,
which is now the present owner and holder
thereof, and which said mortgage was dated
the first day of July, 1920, and which said
mortgage was filed for registration in the
office of the register of deeds in and for said
Mille Lacs county, state of Minnesota, and
duly recorded in said office on the 4th day of
March, 1921, at 3 o'clock p. m., in book No.
21, of mortgages on page 312, in favor of the
said Security State Bank, of Milaca, Minne
Whereas, the said mortgage conveyed the
following described real estate in the county
of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesota, to-wit:
The southeast quarter of the northeast quar
ter (se*4 of ne%) section twenty-five (25),
township thirty-eight (88), range twenty-six
Whereas, the principal of said mortgage
is three thousand dollars ($3,000.00) and the
interest thereon from July 1st, 1921, to July
1st, 1922, a total of $210.00 remains due and
owing upon the said mortgage.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
the undersigned has elected to and declares
the whole of said mortgage due and pursuant
to the power of sale in said mortgage con
tained and by virtue of the statute in such
case provided, the said mortgage will be fore
closed by the sale of the said premises at
public vendue to the highest bidder for cash
by the sheriff in the court house for the
said county and state, at one o'clock in the
afternoon on the 18th day of January, 1923,
to satisfy the amount which will then be due
on said mortgage, together with the costs of
foreclosure proceedings, including the sum of
$100.00, attorney fees as stipulated in said
Dated, Minneapolis, Minn., September 27th,
Northern States Life Insurance Co.,
Herbert T. Park. Assignees.
Attorney for Assignee.
Northern States Life Ins. Co.,
636 McKnight Building,
F. O. B. Detroit
Ten Body Types
(First Pub. Nov. 23-6t)
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Default having been made in the payment
of real estate taxes which on the date of this
notice amount to $166.91 and the sum of
$240.00 interest claimed to be due, and which
sums are due on the date of this notice ac
cording to the terms and conditions of-that
certain mortgage dated December 6th, 1919,
executed by Otto Reiman and Susie Reiman,
his wife, mortgagors, of the county of Mille
Lacs and state of Minnesota, to Anton W.
Nelson, mortgagee, of the county of Mille
Lacs and state of Minnesota, and recorded in
the office of the register of deeds of the said
Mille Lacs county on December 13th, 1919, at
8 o'clock p. m. in book 16 of mortgages on page
385, and no proceedings or action at law. or
otherwise, has been instituted to recover the
debt secured by said mortgage, or any part
thereof, and whereas by reason of the-default
aforesaid the said mortgage may elect and
has elected to declare the entire sum due, as
hereinafter specified according to the pro
visions of said mortgage, and whereas there
is accordingly due upon said mortgage on the
date of this notice the sum of $4,000.00 princi
pal and interest thereon at 6 per cent per
annum from December 5th, 1921, the sum of
$240.00 with interest thereon at 6 per cent
per annum from December 5th, 1921, besides
the sum of $156.91 real estate taxes ($81.04
including interest and penalty on taxes due
for the year 1920 and the sum of $75.87 in
cluding interest and penalty on taxes due for
the year 1921)
Now, therefore, notice is* hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in
said mortgage and pursuant to the statutes in
such case made and provided, the said
mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the
premises described in and conveyed by said
mortgage, to-wit: The southwest quarter of
northwest quarter and northwest quar
ter of southwest quarter of section twenty
four (24) in township thirty-six (36) range
twenty-seven (27) according to the government
survey thereof, which sale will be made by
the sheriff or his deputy of said Mille Lacs
county, at the front door of the high school
building, now used as a court house, in the
village of Milaca, in said county, on the 6th
day of January, 1923, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon at public vendue so the highest bid
der for cash to pay said debt of $4,240.00 and
interest, the said sum of $156.91 paid for real
estate taxes with interest and the disburse
ments allowed by law, including an attorney's
fee as provided in said mortgage, subject to
redemption at any time within one year from
date of sale as provided by law.
Dated: November 22. 1922.
ANTON W. NELSON.
Evan H. Peterson, Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Get Behind the Wheel
(First Pub. Dec 14-St)
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If you have anything to Sell Advertise it in the Union.
R. D. N. SPRINGER, Oph. D.
of Dr. Kline's Sanatorium, Anoka will be in
Princeton, Sunday, Jan. 21
(UNTIL 4 P.
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1 2ffS ?J8
|889 98419 9842 9843 9844 9845 9846
9852 9853 9854
9855 10041 10042 10048 10044 10045 10046
10047 10048 10049 10050 10051 10052 10053
10055 10066 10057 10058 10059 10060 100616
J0f! 1M63 10064 10065 10066 10067 100680
1907 8 1007 4 1007
1008 1 1013 0 1017 4 1019
10293 10294 10295
10262 10268 10264
10265 102665 10267 10268 10269 10270 10271
10285 10286 10287 10288
10278 10279 10280 10281
120 128 136 144
202 210 218
127 135 1433
2011 209 217
224 225 226
233 236 237
Interest on the above
0 221 22 223
numbered warrants wil thirty days from
and after this date.
Dated Milaca, Minn., December 14, 1922.
County Treasurer, Mille Lacs County.