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""RATJES.One cn a word.
No ad less then 10 cents. Cash.
FOR SALEHouse and four lots on
-the east side, near school house. Ap
ply to E. R. Kezar, Post Office.
A feed grinding outfit is a paying
Investment tot the farmer. We have
all the sizes and makes that you, need
from $125.00 and up to $200.00. Call in
and see us about terms.Lundgren,
Wittensten & Co... 'v:\?
i GASOLINE. ENGINE FOR SALE
On account of putting in electric mo
tors we have for sale a three-horse
power Fairbanks & Morse gasoline
engine, oheap. Also some shafting,
hangers and pulleys.Sheaf office.
Dr. Spofford will
be in Warren
Mar. 8 at Wind
FOR SALEGood dry poplar wood
and qak fence posts.Amundson &
Lee, Newfolden, Minn. 4t
FOR SALEAbout 20 ton of tim
othy hay, two milesv out of town.
FOR SALE Thirty Registered
French Draft Stallions and mares.
Raised by us. Prices fight.C. A.
Tullar, Warren, Minn. 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.
M. Myrlbo, Viking, M*inn 3t
FOR SALEOne 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 fou miles
north of Viking. Write or come and
see mc and find out how cheap you
can got a farm in one of the best
towns in Marshall county.Nels
Berg, Viking,, Minn.
FOR SALE A span' of good
mules, 8 head" to pick from also
seed wheat, timothy and clover seed
Muager & Son. ^.C^-^V^^Jl.w.
FOR SALEAt the Snake River
farm, -i 1-2 miles northwest of War
ren, 10 to 15 head of good work
horses.A. Melgard, Owner.
FOR SALEI wish to sell my
place of business and stock of har
ness goods and shoesTTFor informa
tion apply to Lars Sundin, Alvarado,
Minn. '\v:-U j* p^^^f^^^^MW
SALESMEN WANTED to look af
ter our interest in Marshall and ad
jacent counties. Salary or Commis
sion. Address The Victor Oil Com
pany, Cleveland, O. 2t
-OTH HOUSES HOLD NIGHT SES
SIONS TO CLEAN UP APPRO-
BUSINESS IS ENDED AT NOON
Democrats Succeed in Holding Up
the-Taft Appointments Re
organize for New Extra
Washington, March 4.Overshad
cwed by the enthusiasm attending th
arrival of a Democratic president-eled
snd the holding of a suffrage carnival
the sixty-second congress said iti
farewells, and terminated its business
Day Runs Through Night.
By a fiction of long standing, th
of March 3 ran
through the night and terminated
shortly before noon, with the impres
sive ceremonies attending the Jnaug
uration of Vice President Marshall.
Retiring members, who have beet
in congress for a score or more o}
years, bade good-bye to their" col
lppgnes and cleaned out their deski
For +hp exodus from the capital.
Scores of new senators and repre
s^ntatives wko have just now come in
office mingled throughout the da3
ith their future associates^ the twe
Has won against all competion, and sells every year one
third of all the automobiles manufactured of 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 day, with no more danger of accident
/or delay, than you would have with a tearil^
of horses. The big volume of trade and build-
ing one cai: that different style bodies are in-|
terchangable on, enables .the Ford company
/j to make prices as follows:
Five Passenger Touring Car, $600.
We urge you to place your order right now,i and make
sure 01getting car on tixne.
houses and took mental stock of tiffff
environment and friends in tho nev
Wheelhprses Told Goodbye.
Former Speaker Cannon ar i $e*s%
tor Shelby Cullom, veternrs of IJJM^J
congresses, Representative "volw
Longworth. John DMzell John i.*\n\
Samuel W. McCall: Sens tors Cvine
Dixon, Bourr* nnd othors w'n hay*
been prominently Monti" ed with ie
Islation in recent yonrs. oro +hp. mo*
pients of farwell greeting? tfrc ji jtu!
associates. _, i-.-
Democrats of the senate P^Mm
end, succeeded in prcvenM^g actio
upon all civil appointments.
Postoffice Bill to Taft. 'V'%
The senate adopted the oo"fmrnc'
report on the postoffice bill by a yo+
of 47 to 12 without making any r'trni'
in the railroad\mail pay or. the "H-.
.tag" prbvisionJIfAs' the moasure hat
already been a^oroved by the bo-.so,i
was prepared at once for submission
''to the president.
The senate then took up the publi
buildings bill in another effort to pas
that measure as it came from th
The house organization was comThey
lete and the Democratic member
of the house comrr'ttee on ways am
means chosen at the caucus cf tli.
Democrats of the new house.
Speaker Clark had no oppositioi
for re-election. Practically all thi
house officers were re-elected. &:
NAME A THIRD ARBITRATOJ
W. L. Chambers Will Help Settl
Dispute Between Eastern
Roads and Firemen.
Washington. March 4.William I
Chambers, Washington, former chie
justice of the International Court a
Samoa and a former member of th
Spanish treaty claims commission
has been chosen as the third arbitrato:
in the wage dispute between the Easl
ern railroads and their firemen.
Wv W. Atterbury, vice president 6
the Pennsylvania railroad and Alber
Phillips, vice president of the fir
man's organization are the others.
-v*/M Rejects High-Priced Coach, /f
Lafayette, Ind., March 4.PurdueV
football coach problem" remains ua
solved. It was hoped and expectet
to settle the question of a coach fo
the season of 1913 last week, but dii
Acuities have been encountered whicl
have caused another delay in thi
negotiations. The board of director!
of the athletic association had agreei
on a man and Althetic Director Hugl
Nicol( approved the choice. It waiplan,
found, however, that the coach decid
ed upon wanted entirely too mucl
money. He waa asked to make an of
fer and he telegraphed back that hi
wanted $6,000 a year and the privj
lege of renewing the contract at th
end of the first and second years.
F. O. B. at DETROIT ,'W, y'ljf^,**'**' '-1
A seventy-year-old charcoal burnei
af Tierp who was tending to a coal
pit at Halfvarleo, near Upsala fell into
the pit and was so badly burnt that he
Mrs, A. Fredrifcsson, the wife of a
tenant farmer in East Kalberga, hap
given birth to her twentieth child.
Only two of the children have died.
The parents are doing well financially.
The automatic telephone system will
be installed in all new telephone sta
tions in Sweden, and in a few years
the "hello" girls in Stockholm and
Gothenburg ,'wilL have to look after
other jobs. I^SSf' 'J:$9$W^
The sugar "trust and the farmert
ef southern Sweden are putting up a
plucky fight against the proposed re
duction of the sugar tariff. Mr.
Tranchell, the president of the trust
says that the reduction will "kill twe
factories" and cripple a few more.
A discussion brought out the fact
that many students in Stockholm are
in favor of admitting to the universi
ties young people who have not passed
the traditional entrance examinations
were sure to quote%the famous
words of Prof. Oswald, that the
bachelor's degree* indicates "Chinese
wisdom and asininity."
Rev. Karl Hedeen, a Baptist pastoi
in Stockholm, has formally withdrawn
from the Baptist association on to
count'of diverging views. He enjoys
tht "gift of tongues," and has a strong
following. This selusion is worrying
the regular" Baptists.
The power plant at the wireless sta
tidn in Spitzbergen was burnt down,
interrupting the connections with Nor
way. The machinery was saved.
Abeut one hundred delegates from
the arnt of Smaalenere held a two
days' meeting at Fredrikstad and de
cided that the home mission and the
I young people's Christian association
shall establish a Christian young peo
pie's school for that arnt. The school
will be located near Fredrilcstad. A
i board of directors of eighteen mem
bers was elected.,
Capt. Roald Amundsen talks almost
lightly of the hardships of his south
'pole expedition. He says in a'news
paper article penned by himself: "Our
next expedition to the north pole will
be an undertaking compared to 'which
our trip to the south pole was a more
pleasure jaunt. We shall probably be
gone five years, but are prepared to
i spend seven years in the Artie re
gions, if necessary to complete our
which includes a drifting across
the polar basin from the Bering sea,
across the vicinity of the north pole,
and out again on the Atlantic side of
the continent. We know well that the
undertaking is hazardous and that
much suffering awaits us."
Order Limiting Time to File Claims,
and for Hearing Thereon.
Estate of Elias A. Hjertos, Dece
dent. State of Minnesota, County of Mar
shall, in Probate Court. A
In the Matter of the Estate^ of
Elias A. Hjertos, Decedent.
Letters of administration this day
having been granted to Adolph L.
Langseth, of Middle River,- Minne-
It is Ordered, that the time within
which all creditors of the above
named decedent may present claims
against his estate in this court, be,
and the same hereby is, limited to
six months from and after the date
hereof and that Saturday the 23rd
day of August, 1013, at ten o'clock
A. M., in the Probate Court Rooms
at the City of Warren, in said Coun
ty, be, and the same hereby is, fixed
and appointed as the time and place
for hearing upon and the examina
tion, adjustment and allowance of
such claims as shall be presented
within the time aforesaid.
Let notice hereof be given by the
publication of this order in the
Warren Sheaf as provided by law.
Dated February 21st, 1913.
(Court Seal) Peter H. Holm,
Judge of Probate.
Citafion for Hearing on Petition for
Estate of John Lindbergh Dece
dent. State of Minnesota, 'County of Mar
shall, in Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
John Lindberg, Decedent.
The State of. Minnesota to Ida
Lindberg, Aimer V. Lindberg, Fran
ces R.'Lindberg, Delia M. Lindberg,
Carrol L. Lindberg, and all persons
interested in the granting of admin
istration of the estate of said dece
dent: The petition of Ida Lindberg
having been filed in this Court, rep
resenting that John Lindberg, then
a resident of the County of Mar
shall, State of Minnes6ta, died intes
tate on the 1-ith day of February,
1913, and praying that letters of ad
ministration of his estate be grant
ed to C. H. Lindberg, of Warren,
Minnesota, 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
have, before this Court at the Pro
bate Court Rooms in the City of
Warren in the County of Marshall,
State of Minnesota, on the 22nd day
of March, 1913, at ten o'clock A.
M.. why said petition should not be
Witness, the Judge of said Court,
and the seal of said Court, this 24th
day of February, 1913.
(Court SeaD Peter H. Holm,
Julius J. Olson,
Attorney for Petitioner,
Madam, Read McCalTs
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Modern home decoration is best ex
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Phone 132 Warren, Minn.
Alaskan Fraud Case Postponed.
Chicago, March 4.-Hearing of the
fOTernment's suit against Albert C.
Frost and five others charged with
fraud hi connection with Alaskan coal
lands has been postponed hy Federal
Judge Landis until Thursday,.
fUYBIOIAVB AND SUMMONS
Office in New State Bank Bldg.
S. WATTAM, M. ifo,
c: PHYSICIAN AND 8UBGION.
)fflueSnd Floor Pint NationsBank Bulldicc '&-'
i^Q WARREN, MINN.
P. C. BAKKE, D, D. S. 'W
7 Skandinavisk Tandlsege
!'Office in State Bank BtdkUng
OfficeSecond Floor State Bankl Building
Also Dealer In
i HARD/AND SOFT WOOD
Tel. No. 232 Warren, Minn.
Will cry sales la any part of Red Lake
or adlolalag counties. Satisfaction
THIEF RIVER FALLS, MINN
KNUTSpN & HOLSON,
CITY DRAY LINE
And dealers in
UI/OOID and CO^L
A*ents for the
Standard Oil Co.
Phone 63. Warren, Minn.
fr WARREN, MINN.," C'^
S. T. PRANK, M. D. C.
Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College.
Member -Minn. State Veterinary Med. Ass'n.
A. N. ECKSTROM
fflcetod Floor First National Bank Building
fULIUS J. OLSON,
(Successor to A. Grindeland.)
Located in office formerly occupied by
Office with Julius J. Olson.
G. W. 8MITH
DR.. L.. ECKMAN
Gr^nd Forks. N.D. S
All work Guaranteed Reasonable Prfce "^v
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Largest and best secleoted stock
BATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEtRY
SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS AND
i:: MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS i
to be found in Marshall County, at i
prices that are right visit to my "''i
store wll convince you that above is
eorrect. tffjft F*- WIS*
repairing a specialty.* ^t'
see me ft^* A
Edison and Victor Talking Machines
1.1***3 and Records