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RATRS:One cent a word.
No ad less then 10 cents. Cash.
FOR SALEHouse and four lots on
she east side, near school house. Ap
ply to E. It. Kezar, Post Office.
A feed grinding outfit is a pay ins
Investment for the farmer. We have
all the sizes and makes that you need
from $125.00 and up to $200.00. Can in
and see us about terms.Lnndgren,
Wittensten & Co.
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE
On account of putting in electric ni"
tors we have for sale a three-horse
power Fairbanks & Morse gasoline
tngine, cheap. Also some shafting,
hangers and pulleys.Sheaf office.
FOR SALEOno- Ford car. run
about 2,000 miles. Will sell cheap.
Call at the Warren Machine and
FOR SALEGood house and lot
In town.Henning Johnson. 4tpd
FOR SALE--My farm four miles
north of Viking. Write or come and
see me and find out how cheap you
can got a farm in one of the best
towns in Marshall county.Nels
Ijcrg, Viking, Minn. 6t
Dr. Spofford will
be in Warren
Mar. 8 at Wind
FOR SALEGood dry poplar wood
rnd oak fence posts.Amundson &
Lee, Newfolden, Minn. 4t
FOR SALEAbout 20 ton of tim
othy hay, two miles out of town.
Thos. Riggs. 2tpd.
FOR SALE Thirty Registered
French Draft Stallions and mares.
Raised by us. Prices right.C. A.
Tallar, Warren, Mmn. 5t
FOR SALEHave one Velie and
one Maxwell automobile, both in good
condition, for sale at a bargain. For
further particulars, write or phone, I.
Myrtto, Viking, Minn. 3t
j^-lf f^ 4
WILLG O TOTEWS
MORE TROOPS ORDER ED O GAL*
VESTON FOR POSSIBLE MEXI-
V1AJ.-GEN. CARTER COMMANDS
Divisional Commander to Take Charge
Feeling of Anxiety at
Washington, Feb. 25.More orders
for moving troopB to Galveston, with
he purpose of concentrating a full
irm division there, accordance
jvith the policy of preparedness out
ined by president Taft, have been
ssued by the war department.
Maj.-Gen William H. Carter, the
lepanment and divisional commander
it Chicago, will be placed in com
lu addition to the Fourth brigade
if the Second division, consisting of
he Twent-third Twent-sixth and
r\\e,nt.\ seventh infantry, now in
he ruddle West, orders were is
uod today for the preparation for
ntuunment of the entire Sixth brl
tide, compr sing the Eleventh in
nntry, Col. Arthur Williams, at Fort
D. A. Russell, Wyoming the Eight
eenth intantrv, Col. Thomas F. Da\ id,
it Fort McKenzie, Wyoming and Fort
3h&s, Texas the Twenty-second in
antry, Col Daniel A. Frederick, at
ort Bliss, Texas.
Troops Already Ordered.
The Fqurth Field artillery, the Sec
ond battalion of engineers, and Signal
oi ps, Company D, comprising part of
he Sixth brigade, already have been
H'dored to Galveston
A feeling of anxiety over the situa
tion in Mexico continued throughout
official circles the early part of the day,
1 ut there were no additional dispatches
made public to throw further light on
Lhe conditions existing.
'FORCE, IMPETUS, AND SNAP"
This is What Wilson Wants
sonnel of New Cabi-
Trenton, N. J., Feb 25.President-
Wilson has just revealed the
state of his mind with respect to the
urination of his cabinet.
"My thought of the personnel of the
administration," explained the presi
dent-elect "is to get the best 'force,
impetus and snap into it so that it will
be a piroup of'fellows that will do team
The People's Car
Has won against all competion, and sells every year one
third of all the automobiles manufactured b all makes.
We have used and sold the Ford car for six
years and know what we are talking about,
when we tell you that in good service, low
cost of upkeep, and absolute reliability, they
have no equal. With a Ford car, you can
drive all slay, with no more danger of accident
or delay, than you would have with a team
of horses. The big volume of trade anji build-
ing one car that different style bodies are in-
terchangable on, enables the Ford company
to make prices as follows:
W F. POWELL
work." Mk &
Mr. Wilson said h had not been
able to complete ha cabinet and that
he realised the time was growing
Bhort. The possibility was suggested
to him that he might not have his
cabinet chosen by March 4, if he
meets with declinations. 1i
"1*11 ha?e it completed by-then,'of
course," he remarked quickly.
The president-elect said that in his
talk with Samuel Gompers and Frank
Morrison of the American Federation
of Labor, he had endorsed the prin
ciple of the bills providing citissen^hip
for Porto Ricans. He approved also
the principle of the worklagmen's
compensation bills now pending.
SENATE PASSES ANNUAL BILL
Rivers and Harbors Appropriations
Go Through After Big
Washington, Feb. 25.The annual
rivers and harbors appropriation bill
was passed by the senate aftei a pro
longed fight. Amendments added to
It by the senate brought predictions
that the measure would be vetoed by
the president, because they were in
direct opposition to his expressed poll
The bill as reported to the senate
from its commerce commission carried
an appropriation of $48,091,715 an in
crease of $7,218,787 over the amount
authorized by the house
Senator Burton declared that the
house committee on rivers and harbors:
owe ?n apology to a multituue of peo
ple, for the provision in the bill ex
tending the jurisdiction of the Missis
sippi river commission.
He said that this provision was the
opening wedge for the expenditure of
$tt,000,000 annually and while there
were some items that were worthy ol
adoption, there were many others that
Mrs. Robert Scott Honored.
London, Feb. 25 The widow of Cap
tain Robert F. Scctt, the antarctic ex
plorer henceforth will be known aa
Lady Scott. King George has bestow
ed on her "the same rank, stvle and
precedence as if her husband had
been nominated a knight commander
of the Bath, as he would have been
had he survived."
Taft Cuts Term to 30 Days.
Washington, Feb. 25 The two-yeai
imprisonment sentence of Ernest W
Gerbracht, convicted in New York ol
sugar customs frauds in the presecu
tions of 1910, has been commuted by
President Taft to 30 dajs in jail. His
fine of $5,000 was remitted This clem
ency was granted because Gerbracht
for the last year, has assisted the gov
ernment in its sugar fraud investiga
tions, testifying before the grand jury
and petit jury and in several cases in
court. has not served aay of the
Five Passenger Touring Car $600.
F. O. B. at DETROIT
We urge you to place your order right no v. and make
sure of getting car on time.
TROOPS ARRIVING IN TEXAS
Preparation* far Soldiers Camplm
Near the City Have Been
Galveston, Tex., Feb. 15.Prepara-
tions for camping and feeding th
Fifth brigade of infantry, which begas
arriving in Galveston today, practical
lv are completed. The first trooi
train brought the second and third bat
talions, Seventh regiment, under com
mand of Major M. I. Lenihan. Othei
trains will arrive at intervals today
and for several days.
The army transport Sumner arrived
yesterday. The other two transport!
pre to arrive today. Seven carload!
of hard tack, bacon and other commis
"ary supplies for field service havt
been unloaded here Several train
loads of similar supplies are en route
Captain Gasson, quartermaster hat
called on the treasury department foi
39,00 to pay March estimates foi
teamsters and other labor that is be
used in preparing the camp groun
and handling supplies
Mrs. Wilson Shocks Modistes.
Chicago, Feb. 25.Mrs. Woodrow
WHson has angered Chicago modistei
and startled, Chicago society. Th
noman who is to be "the first of tin
land" says she Will spend $1,000 on hei
ardrobe, and not another cent.
iiaplicity decision will affect th
vies. Modistes say, "Outrageous
Society women, imagining themselves
in her place, estimate the lowest po
sible expenditure at $5,000. Fashicii
able dressmakeis maintain that $7,32
is a bedrock estimate.
The Danish minister of culture pro
poses that the government erect a new
auditorium adjoining the new royal
theatre at Copenhagen.
The minister of finance of the Dan
ish government has submitted to the
Folkething of the Rigsdag a proposi
tion to fix the number of persons con
nected with the court that are to re
ceive support or pensions every time
there is a change of ruler. When
Christian IX died 74 persons were
pensioned, and when Frederick VIII
passed awa 8 were pensioned. In the
latter case the cost to the government
was 41,400 crowns
The Danish minister for foreign af
fairs has received a medal issued by
the Russian government to Helge Vil
helm Nissen, a Danish sailor, who was
born at Copenhagen October 28, 1884.
Nissen was awarded the medal because
of his bravry in saving a person from
drowning when the steamship "Niels
Fifisen," was wrecked off Libau in
1910. The whereabouts of Nissen were
unknown to the Russian government,
hence the transmission of the medal
to the minister for foreign affairs.
*V (Jan 25 Feb 27)
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure 8ale
Notice is hereby given that default
has been made in the conditions of a
mortgage executed by Bertel J. Rakke
and Mary Bakke, his wife, mortgagors
to J. B. Westerdyk, mortgagee, dated
Nov. 19, 1903, and recorded in the pf
ffce of the register of deeds of Mar
shall County, Minnesota, on Novem
ber 23, 1903 at 2 p. m. tin book 46 of
Mortgages on page 42 that the
amount claimed to be due at this'
date is two thousand twenty-two dol
lars and forty-eight cents, that the
premises described in and covered by
said mortgage are the northeast- quar-
ter of the northwest quarter (NB 1-4
of NW 1-4), the west half of the north
west quarter (W 1-2 of NW 1-4) and
the west half of the southwest quar
ter (W 1-2 of SW 1-4) in section twen
ty-two (22) all in township one hun
dred fifty-six (156) range forty-four
(44) in Marshall county, Minnesota
that by virtue of the power of sale
contained in said* mortgage and pur
suant to the statute in such case made
and provided, said mortgage will be
foreclosed by a sale of said premises
at public vendue to the highest bid
der for cash by the sheriff of said
Marshall county at the front door of
the court house in the City of Warren
in said county and state on March 7th
1913, at 10 o'clock a. m. to satisfy the
amount then due on said mortgage
together with the costs and disburse
ments of said sale and fifty dollars
attorney's fees stipulated in said
Dated November 19, 1912.
J. B. Westerdyk,
K. L. Thornton, Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee,
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C. F. WHITE
Phone 132 Warren, Minn.
Ascribes Health to Wine.
New York, Feb. 22.Dr. Stephen
Smith, "father" of New York's sani
tary laws and dean of surgeons in this
city, celebrated his 90th birthday, still
in excellent health and active as a
consulting surgeon of Bellevue hospi*
tal. Up to 60 years of age Dr. Smith
said, in explaining his present state
of health, he was a victim of dyspep
sia, but as a delegate to Paris to a
medical conference of cholera he
learned for the first time to drink
wine with meals.
DBS. BRATRUD & ANDERSON
:_ PHYSICIANS AND SUMMONS
Office in New State Bank Bldg.
IP" WARREN, MINN.
S. WATTAM, M. D.7
PHYSICIAN AND SUBOION.
fflueta Floor First Nation* Bank ButtaHnt
WARREN, MINN. 1
P. C. BAKKE, D, D. S.
Office In State Bank Building
S: T. PRANK, M. D. C.
Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College
PostGraduate Kansas CityVeterinary College,
viember Minn. State Veterinary Med. Ass'a
J. R. NAESETH
OfficeSecond Floor State Bank! Building
A. N. ECKSTROM
fflce2nd Floor First National Bank Building
fULIUS J. OLSON,
(Successor to A. Grindeland.)
Located In office formerly occupied by
Office with Julius J. Olson.
6 W 8MITH
Also Dealer in
HARD AND SOFT WOOD
Tel. No. 232 Warren, Minn.
DR. L. L. ECKMAN
Gra.nd Forks. N.
Ml work 6uaranteed Reasonable Prtet
Will cry sales lo amy part of Red Lake
or adlolntng counties. Sattsfactloa
THIEF RIVER FALLS. MINN
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CITY DRAY LINE
A nd dealers In
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Agents for the
Phone 63. Warren, Minn.
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11: MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS:
to be found in Manhall County, at
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store wil convince you that above is
Fine watch repairing a specialty.
Call and see me.
Edison and Victor Talking Machine*