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Citation for Hearing on Final Account
and for Distribution.
State of Minnesota,
County of Marshall.
In Probate Court.
Tn the Matter of the Estate of Werner
J. Lindquist, Decedent,
'he State of Minnesota, to Thea
Iquist, Violet Lindquist, and all p^r-
I interested in the final account and
fr *kt$ibutioh of the estate of said de*
b-idejitfi The representative of the
Voove named decedent/ having fijed in
lila Court his final account of the ad-
hfffiBtrtfttdn of th estatfe of'saM' de
cedent, together with his petition*pray
(psr for the adjustment and allowance
?aid final account and for distribu
te.! of the residue of said estate to the
bisons thereunto entitled. Therefore,
hi. and Each of You, are hereby cited
id required to show cause, if any you
^ve, before this Court at the Probate
|urt rooms in the City of Warren, in
County of Marshall, State of Minne
*af on the 26th day of February, 1921,
2 -vo o'clock P. M., why said petition
'd not be granted.
fcness, the Judge of said Court, and
eal of said Court, this -1st day of
PETER H. HOLM.
seal) Judge of Probate.
and Rasmu Hage,
lorneys fo Petitioner.s
ff Feb. 9-23.
on for Hearing: on Petition
In Probate Court.
Matter of the Estate of Lars
itarney for Mortgagee,
ile State of Minnesota to I. N. Lo
Executor, Emelie Sundquist,
nard Sundin, Nima Gunderson,
.^a. Nelson, Lydia Anderson, Esther
lta, Mabel Vixie, Lorence Sundin
111 persons interested iii the distrir
of the estate of said! decedent:
.8. petition of Kristin Sundfti' hav
een filed In this Court praying for
ccounting and a partial distribu
of the said Estate and the assign
to said petitioner of the portions
V? to which she is by law entitled
therefore, you, and each of you,
reby cited and required to show
if any you have, before this
at the Probate Court rooms, in
-ftjr of-Warren, said County and
the 7th day of March, A. D.
10 o'clock A. M., why the said
should not be granted.
iss, the Judge of said Court and
il of the said Court, this 4th day
PETER H. HOLM.
Jan. 26-March 2.
ce of Mortgage Foreclosure.
jnotice that default exists in the
'ns of that mortgage given by
W. Merrill and Anna Merill, his
*o Hoag Security Company, a
ta corporation, mortgagee,
jptember 14th, 1915, and record
3 office of the Register of Deeds
.hall County, Minnesota, on the
of November, 1915, at 10:30
A. M., in Book 73, of Mortgages,
amount claimed to be due on said
ge with interest to this date is
and for interest paid on prior
ige by this mortgagee is $151.20,
-*of $237.20 claimed to be due this
Jhy virtue of said mortgage in
2mess. The premises described in
Mortgage and situated in Mar
r-*Jounty. Minnesota, are to-wit:
Torthwest Quarter (NW'4) of Sec
yo. Twenty-seven (27) in Town-
%o. One hundred fifty-flve (155)
of Range No. Thirty-nine (30)
of the 5th Principal Meridian.
.virtue of the power of sale contain-
__ said mortgage and pursuant to
[statute, and no action in law or
jgwise having been instituted theic
^fie will be foreclosed by the sale
M'u\ premises at public vendue to
i highest bidder for cash by the
jrift of Marshall County. Minnesota,
I fee front dbor of the Court House,
Jie Gity of Warren, Minnesota, on
tiirday, March 12th, 1921, at 10:00
dock A. M., to satisfy the amount
en due on said Mortgage with the
.terest, taxes if any and costs of this
tion, including twenty-flve dollars
torrtey fees as stipulated for in said
j! Dated at Minneapolis, Minnesota, this
20th day of January, 1921.
HOAG SECURITY COMPANY.
North Comstock ]t
by dancing. Music was fur
by the Comstock Jazz Orchestra,
nd all enjoyed themselves in the
way. Thanks to Lull's for the
ladies' aid at Fagerstroin's Sat
afternoon was well attended,
nes and Charlie Potucek and Art.
ot'ueek left for Warren Monday morn
lg Agnes Potucek went to visit for a
Feb. 23-March 9.
NOTICE TO ROAD
NOTICE: O ROAD DRAGGERS.
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the County Auditor in the City
of Warren, Minn., until 2 o'clock p. m.
on March 11, 1921, for the dragging of
State Roads in Marshall County, as- fol-
State Road No. 2.
Division 9From Pembina Trail, in
town of Viking, to Soo Track, in said
town of Viking, 3.5 miles.
Division 10^-From Sob Track, in
town of Viking, to northeast corner of
section 36, town of New Solum, 6.5
I State Road No. 3.
Division 11From "Dixon Bridge",
in the City of Warren, to northeast
corner of section 29, town of McCrea,
Division 12From northeast corner
of section 29, town of McCrea, to north
east corner of section 16. town of Fol
*dahl, 11.0 miles.
State Road No. 4.
Division 13From northwest corner
of section 16, town of Big Woods to
intersection StatintersectionNo' Road 1
townv oifo Middle River. 13.2 miles
State Road No. 1, town of Middle River
to northeast^ corner of section 13, town
of Alma. 8.8 miles.
Division 15From northwest corner
of section 18, town of Foldahl, to north
east corner of section 12, said town of
Foldahl. 7.0 miles.
Division 16From northwest corner
of section 7, town of Marsh Grove, to
northeast corner of section 7, town of
Newfolden. 7.0 miles.
Division 17From northeast corner
of section 7, town of Newfolden, to
northeast corner of section 8, town of
Holt. 7.0 miles.
State Road No. &
Division 18From intersection with
State Road No. 1,- in town of Tamarac,
to northeast corner of section 12, town
of Wanger. 10.5 miles.
Division 19From northwest corner
of section 7, town of- Wright, to north
east corner of section 8, town of West
Valley. 8.0 miles.
Division 38From northeast corner
of section 8, town of West Valley, to
quarter corner between sections 3 and
10, tpwn of New Maine. 7.5 miles.
Division 39From quarter corner be
tween sections 3 and 10, town of New
Maine, to northeast^ Corner of section
10, town of Spruce Valley. 6.5 miles.
State Road No. 9.
Division 24From northeast corner
of section 4, town of Eagle Point, to
southeast corner of section 33, said
town of Eagle Point. 6.0 miles.
Division 25From northeast corner
of section 4, town of Fork, to south
east corner of section33, said town of
Fork. 6.0 miles.
Division 2GFrom southeast corner
of section 33, town of Fork, to south
east corner of section 32, town of Big
Woods. 6.1 miles.
Division 27From northeast corner
of section 5, town of Oak Park, to
southeast corner of section 32, said
town of Oak Park. 6.0 miles.
State Road No. 10.
Division 40From northeast corner
of section 18, town of Bloomer, to
southeast corner of section 31, town of
Vega. 10.0 miles.
State Road No. 11.
Division* 28From southwest corner
of section 32, town of Oak Park, to
southeast corner of.section 36, town of
Vega. 11.0 miles.
Division 29From southwest corner
of section 31, town of Warrenton, to
southeast coiner of section 35, .said
town of Warrenton. 5.0 miles.
State Road No. 12.
Division 30From quarter corner
county linebetween sections 10 and
11, town of Moylan, to southeast corner
of section 21, town of Esplee. 8.5
Division 31From southeast corner
of section 21, town of Esplee, to inter
section with State Road No. 14, in the
Village of-Grygla. 7.5 miles.
State Road No. 1.
Division 32From northwest corner
of section 3, town of Fork, to north-?
east corner of section 4, town of Parker.
Division 33From northeast corner
of section 4, town of Parker, to inter
section with State Road No. 1, in the
Village of Stephen. 5.5 miles.
State Road No. 14.
Division 34From northwest corner
of section 33, town of Holt, to "Thief
River Bridge", in. town of East Valley.
Division 35From "Thief River
Bridge", tn town of East Valley, to
northeast corner of section 22, town of
Mud Lake. 9.0 miles.
Division 36From aiortheast corner
of section 22, town of Mud Lake, to
northeast corner of section 34, town of
Eckvoll. 8.-0 miles.
Division 37From northeast corner
tioi l^ 34, tC
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Potucek and
lighter Tillie and Mr. Einil. Potucek,
(three days in A'ygyle, visiting with'
I. |'zels and other friends. They at-
I, f-d the Odd Fellow lodge at the city
"on Tuesday evening and were on
.tained at a Finnan Haddie supper,
Mr. and Mrs. Lull entertained a nuin
/of friends and neighbors at their
^e on Saturday evening. The old
(were entertained at Progressive
while the young folks enjoyed the
Water, light & Power Department
wn of Eckvoll. to ini-
with Stat Road No 12
the Village of Grygla. 7.5 miles.
Bids- Will be considered for one or
more divisions. Bids will be submitted
on blanks furnished by the County
Auditor or the Highway Engineer. The
succ&ss'ful bi'dd,er will be reauired to
enter into contract and furnish bond
in the sum of $300.00.
The right is reserved to reject any or
all bids and to waive any defects.
Dated at AVarren. Minn., February 17,
A. G. LUNDGREN,
Marshall County, Minnesota.
When Your Farm Stock Is Siek, Look
Disease among farm animals don't
just happen. Rats are carriers of dan
gerous plagueshog cholera, foot and
mouth disease and that terrible of all
scourgesBubonic plague. Farmers
should throw around premises RAT
SNAP. It's Sure and safe. 'Three
sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25 Sold and guar-
iile with friends and relatives and anteed by Warren Pharmacy and Peo-
to have some dental work done, pies Trading Co.
Mrs. AVillie A. Larson passed away
from this life on the 9th of February
at Hedgewood hospital, Warren, Minn.
This was unexpected hence sp shock
ing to her many friends. The deceased
was well-known, in this community. Be
cause of her modest manners and win
ning smile, she had, gained a host of
friends, who feel the sadness of early
death. Indeed "her sun is gone down,
while it was yet day."
At this occasion too it is forcibly im
pressed upon us how it is true, that
the days, of our life is as the duration
of the grass, that the goodliness of our
life is as the flower of the field, and
that God's thoughts and ways are not
ours. The hand of the all-loving
Father severed the bond which bound
her to home, husband and child, so as
to reveal his glory to draw closer to
him the living, and to give light and
victory to the one passing "through
the valley of the shadow of death."
Mrs. Larson, whose maiden name was
Minnie Anderson, was born in town
of Higdem, Polk County, April 13th,
1896. For the last three years! she has
made her home in Alvarado. She be
came the wife of Willie A. Larson on
the 28th of April, 1920. She was a
member of the Norwegian Lutheran
church of Alvarado, and in this case we
can say with truth: "We shall meet,
Walter Sands, of Devon. Mont., left
for his home Sunday.
Misses Emma and Olga Bloomsness
spent the holidays with their mother
Mrs. P. Bloomsnes.
Mrs. Melo returned to her home at
Big Woods Monday.
M. O. Johnson, Martha and Willow
Johnson were entertained to dinner at
the Sorenson home Sunday.
Mrs. Lewis Sands and Mrs. Peter
Bloomsness and Mrs. I. N. Lodoen will
entertain the Norwegian Lutheran
Ladies Aid at the Church Friday, Feb.
25. Everyone is welcome.
Hannah Larson, Marie Anderson An
day Larson and George Lodoen called
at the Johnson farm Saturday evening.
Oscar M. Olson returned from War
ren feeling much improved fter having
been under the doctor's care for some
Mrs. R. J. Ferring returned from
Thief River Wednesday.
Quite a number of young people at
tended the Young Peoples Society at
the Norwegian Lutheran church" Thurs
Mr. Newman, the hypnotist, 3 pre
formed at the Theatre last Thursday
Mrs. I. N. Lodoen visited in Warren
Dr. Wiltrout. of Oslo, made a pro
fessional call in the village Monday.
Mrs. R. J. Ferring spent the week
end at the Martin Sands farm.
Carl Sands was an Oslo caller Mon
J. Vixen and Emil Johnson were
Grand Forks callers Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christenson. of
Fork, speut the week end at the Carl
Anna Peargn and Marvin Sands left
for Stephen Monday to take part in the
declamatory contest. Principal Sedate
Brown accompanied them.
Mr, and Mrs. Henry Backstrom en
tertained the following guests to a five
o'clock dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Dahlgren, Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Olson, Rev. and Mrs. Mattson, Mrs.
P. Bloomsness and daughters, and Mr.
and Mrs. I. N. Lodoen.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dahlgren enter
tained in honor of their daughter, De
lice, Monday evening, the High School
pupils and Misses Watkins, Larson and
Anderson. The party was in the form
of a George Washington entertainment.
The evening was spent very enjoyably
by playing many games, after which a
delightful lunch was served and later
the guests departed for their respective
The S. S. S. will be entertained by
Mrs. L. Sands and Mrs. O. Sands this
The Norwegian Lutheran cUoir will
practice Friday evening at the church.
Henry Lindberg, of Canada, is visit
ing with his\brother Halvor Lindberg
and other relatives in this vicinity.
Miss Syneva Sundeen, daughter of
Mr.-and Mrs. B. Sundeen of Langby,
Minn., is visiting with the Vixie family.
Sanfrid Johnson returned Monday
morning from the cities having attend
ed the annual convention'of the hard
Mr.xand Mrs. Henry Nelson and fam
ily moved in to their home in Sand's
addition this week. Welcome to our
Rev. Brekke visited between trains
at Oslo Monday.
Rev. J/C. Mattson and Henry Peder
son, of this village, Andrew Nordlund,
of Elim, and Victor Morberg, of Bloom
wood, left for Thief River Falls Mon
day to attend the. Red River district
meeting held there Feb. 21-22nd.
The Hawkin Iversn family are mov
.ing into the house on Ferring Street,
recently vacated by W. A. Larson.
Quite a number attended the basket
ball game Saturday afternoon. The
game was very interesting and the boys
played well it being their first game.
The scores were 6 to 8 in favor of War
The men's basket baUteam will play
Big Woods Wednesday.
The High School was entertained by
Miss Delia Dahlgren Monday, Feb. 21.
A very, enjoyable evening was spent
but we shall miss her,"as she'faith- flrmant class will meet at the same
fully fouud her way to the house of place.
She leaves to mourn her loss her
hi\sband and infant child, as well as
parents, five brothers and four sisters.
The funeral services were held in the
Norwegian Lutheran church on the 11th
of February, and her remains were laid
Jo rest in the Alvarado? cemetery.
A dearly beloved one hath left us
God hath in His wisdomi beteft us
But He will not leave us forsaken,
AVe know that the dead shall awaken.
The seed that in springtime is planted,
Is hid in the ground but, if granted
A measure of sunshine and showers,
Will spring into fruitage and flowers.
in playing games and telling
stories:- Lunch "was served.
The Alavarado High School basket
ball squad* played the Warren basket
ball squad here Saturday. A fast game
was played by both teams. Warren
won by a score of 8 to 6. The return
game will be played in Warren this
Miss Brown and two of our students
were to Stephen last Monday night to
attendjthe declamatory contest.
Someone was aksed how many letters
there were in the alphabet. The reply
was 27. We wonder when the last one
has been added. _.
AVashington's birthday )is to^be hon
ored here by having no school on that
Norwegian Lath. Church of Alvarado.
S. J. BREKKli Pastor.
Norse services Sunday evening at 8
Sunday school in the morning at 11
Confirmant class meets Saturday af
ternoon at 1:30.
Ladies' Aid will meet in church Fri
day of this week. Hostesses will be
Mrs. I. N. Lodoen, Mrs. Bloomsness and
Mrs. Lewis Sands.
Services in Kongsvinger Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
Ladies' Aid entertained by Mrs. Albin
Matbsen Thursday of this week. Con-
Swedish Luth. Church of Alvarado.
JOSEPH C. MATTSON. Pastor.
i^eit Sunday services at Adams, N. D.
Sunday School in Alvarado at 11 A.
The choir meets Thursday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dahl
The Elim and Alvarado catechumens
meet Friday after school.
The Alvarado Ladies Aid convenes
witty Mrs. Garfield Anderson Thursday
afternoon, March 3rd.
The Bloomwood Ladies Aid meets
Friday afternoon, March 4th, with Mrs.
Pearson. The catechumens meet the
same day and place.
We take this1
sincere thanks for the sympathy shown
us at our bereavement. And also for
the many floral offerings at the burial
of our beloved departed.
Willie Larson and child
Mrs. Carl Nelson
Mrs. Sam Dahlem
In loving remembrance of our sister
Mrs. Hannah Bliss who died Feb. 20,
1920. A precious one from us is gone,
A voice we loved is stilled
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled
God in His wisdom has recalled
The boon His love has given
And though' the body slumbers here
Her soul is safe in Heaven.
Mr. and) Mrs. C. O. Olson
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Olson
Dr. R. B. Swenson
A. W. Neujahr
I Professional Cards
DR. G. S. WATTAM, Office First N*
tional Bank, Building, Warren, Minn
Special attention given to diseases of
Nose, Throat. Eyes and fitting of
DR. H. M. BLEGEN, Physician and
Surgeon. Office State Bank Build
ing, Warren, Minn.
CARX WALLGREN, Graduate Swedish
Medical Gymnast and Masseur. The
Massage and Treatment Institute,
G. N. MORKASSEL, Real Estate and
Farm Loans. Office, State Bank
Building, Warren, Minn.
F. a BAKKB, D. D. S., Skandlnavisk
Tandlaege. Office in the Taralsetb
Building, Warren. Minn.
DR. EDWARD J. BREN, Dentist
First National Bank Building, War
T. FRANK, if. D. 0., graduate of
Chicago Veterinary College, Post
graduate Kansas City Veterinary
College. Member Minnesota State
TOarlnary Madgca! A Warren,
W.. B. LINDQUIST, D. V. M., Veter
inarian. Office, Styrlund Bldg.,
J. R. NAB8BTH, Lawyer. Office next
door to Gity HalL Warren, Minn.
A. N. BCK8TROM, Attoraey-at-Law
Office 2nd floor First National Bank
Building, Warren. Mian.
OLSON ft HAGH, Attorney**t-Law
Office in Taralsetb Block. Warren,
The Emblem of Su
perior Optical Service,
look for it where you
have your Byes exam
^'S\ Optometrists &**
6 No. 4th St. Grand Iton, N. D.
RATESOn* coat Mr* No
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALEr-City Lots, situated on
Fletcher ave., also some on Colvin and
Itossman avenues. High and dry with
a besfcof deed and low prices.W. F.
Tullar, 804 Johnson Ave.
FOR SALEFive room house in good
condition, electric lights, water, bath
and sewer, near high school building.
Two large lots. Address No. 76, Sheaf
office, for further information.
FARMS WANTEDAbout 80 acres,
partly improved farm, with or without
buildings, best of soil, full description,
must be bottom price. No agents.
Write E. W. Anderson, 2731 E. 24th St.,
WANTEDWaitress wanted at Hotel
Warren. WANTED-r-To hear from party who
wants to trade In city, property for a
good well improved farm.A. Pedersen,
WANTEDIf you have a farm for
sale, call on J. T. Owens at Hotel War
ren. WANTEDGirl for general
work Mrs. C. B. Lundquist.
WANTED AT* ONCE^-First class
power house engineer, one familiar with
Ai C. equipment Apply to Superin
tendent Warren Water, Light & Power
Dept, Warren, Minn.
WANTED TO RENTA farm not
more than half a section, in the vi
cinity of Alvarado, Oslo or East Grand
Forks. For particulars write to Hans
Jensen, Viking, Minn.
WANTEDTo rent for cash, ten to
forty acres No. 1 potato land in Red
River Valley. Clover sod preferred.
State price. Dinstance from station.
Time to plant. Price of seed, etc. Or
if you would prefer to sell the land
state price and terms.Leroy Jay,
MEN WANTED TO SELL GROCER-
IES. Selling experience not necessary.
One of the world's largest wholesale
grocery houses (capital over $1,000-
000.00\ wants ambitious men in your
locality to sell direct to consumer na
tionally known brands of an extensive
line of groceries, paints, roofings, lubri
cating oils, stock foods, etc. No capital
required. Commissions advanced.
Write today. State age and county de
sired. John Sexten & Co., 352 W.
Illinois.St., Chicago, 111.
Do you borrow your neighbor's pa
per? He may be looking his Siioaf
right now. You had better drop In and
subscribe for six months or a year.
Strom & Johnson
Dray and Transfer Line.
SARD AND SOFT COAL.
Office Phone, No. 18S
Beeidenoe Phones, 81 and-W-J.
State of Ohio, -ny of Toledo, Luca*
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is
senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney
Co., doing- business in the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUN-
DRED DOTXARS for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this Gth day of December.
A. D. 188.
(Seal) A. W. G-leason, Notary Public.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is tak
en Internally and act9 through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio.
PURCHASED PRIZE GILT
Having purchased the
gilt of F. A. Green and
Sons at their sale that won
first at N. D. state fair and
was also one of the futurity
herd that won first, we will
be in position to offer to the
breeders of the three north
western states the best to
Bum ifi i
LIVESTOCK FOX SALE
calves for sateP.
a few Hofetein
FOR SALEBig Chester White Gilts,
bred for March andt April farrow. The
price is down to move them quick.
M.JV. Munger & Son, Warren, Minn,
COWS FOR SALESix good mticb
cows, can have pick out of 12. Also a
Fosston fanning mlli.John P. Swan
son, 2% miles south of Warren.
FOR SALEi2 head good work horses
for sale. All good horses, 5 and 6 years
old, weight abou 1500 lbs. each.Elmer
Onderko, 6 miles west and 1% mile*
south of Warren.
FOR SALEBarred Plymouth Rock
cockerels, bred from: the egg laying:
strain, and White Wyandottes cocker
els, all good ones Price, $2.25 a piece
if taken soon. Mary L. Elden, Alvar
ado, Minn. R. 1^ Box 30.
FOR SALBNew $85 check writer for
sale for $20. Call at Sheaf office, No.
731 FOR SALEFive shares of stock
($500) in Farmers Mill & Elevator Co.
Submit offer to Bex Kv Warren, Minn:
FOR TRADE FOR' LAND EQUITY
1917 Hudson super-six automobile. No
cash. Address No. 63, Sheaf office.
THRESHING OUTFIT FOR SALE OR
TRADE20-40 Rumley engine, new
style and 33x56 Reeves separator, botb
in first class running condition. WHS
trade for land or property in Warren..
Also have two triple plows to go with
engine if desired. Charley Abraham
son, R. 5, Warren, Minn.
SEED OATS FOR SALESome of the
best in the county, by R. H.s
L. C. Johnson, city.
LOTS FOR SALEChoice building lots
for sale, a fine location, beautiful trees,
electric lights and city water in street,
short distance from high school build
ing. Apply to A. B. Mattson.
6. W. SMITH, DRAY LINE.
Dealer in Coal. Wood and lee.
Phone 232 Warren, Minn, I
Farm Loans made through
The Federal Land Bank
of St. Paul, Minn.
AUG. A. JOHNSON
Warren National Bank
CITY DRAY LINE
HAVE FOR SALE
Bred or Open
Bred or Open
Two Hereford Bulls
Ready for Service.
All of good, strong, up-to
date blood lines. When you
want good breeding stock
at right prices, see me.
Breeder of Polled Herefords
Ai WARREN, MINN: