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LEGAL
NOTICES
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE
COUNTY BOARD OF MARSHALL
COUNTY, MINN
In the mattei of County Ditch No
34
Hearing on Engineers Report on pre
liminary suivev Feb 10th, 1921
Meeting called to order by the Cl^air
lan at 10 30 o'clock A in the Com
issioner's Room it was found that the
mmissionei loom was inadequate
th attendance,
itowas {Aseat
1
If
rr-
moved
carriee to adjourn the Cour
im
Xhe petitionei and objectors weie
rd and considered by the County
ird
'he petitioner and the bondsmen
tie a motion for dismissal to the
nty Board which was granted
i motion adjourned
A S ROKKE,
I Chan man County Boaid
JAttest
A LUNDGREN,
County Auditoi
editor's Seal)
Feb 2 3-March 2
tee of Hearing Upon Petition of
Freeholder.
.Whereas ,A petition signed by Fiank
Titz, a fieeholder of School District
42, this
County,the
by said Boaid, at a ses-
thereof commencing on the 11t
of March, A. D. 1921, at 2 o'clock
the afternoon, at the office of the
njy Auditor in the City of Warren,
laid County, at which time and place
said Board will hearj the evidence
i t"
arffu*nents 0 a person
:4
,n_
terested, for or against granting the
prayer of the petitioner
Dated at Warren, Feb 23rd, 1921
By order of the County Board.
A. G. LUNDGREN.
County Auditor and Ex-Offlcio
Clerk of Boaid
Jan 26-March 2
Notice of Mortgage Forcclosuic.
Take notice that default existb in the
conditions of that moitgage given by
James W Men ill and Anna Menll, his
wife, to Hoag Secui lty Company, a
Minnesota coiporation mortgagee
dated September 14th 1915 and lecord
ed in the office of the Registei of Deed*,
of Marshall County, Minnesota, on the
16th day of Novembei 1915 at 10 30
o'clock A in Book 73, of Moitgages
on aere 169
The amount claimed to be due on said
mortgage with interest to this date is
00 and for inteiest paid on pi 101
tgage by this, mortgagee is $151 20
&>ta of $237 20 claimed to be due this
date by vntue of said moitgage in
debtedness The piemises desenbed in
said Moitgage and situated Mai
shall County Minnesota aie to-wit
The Noithwest Quaitei (NWV4) of Sec
non No Twenty-seven (27) in Town
ship No One hundied fifty-five (155)
Noith, of Range No Thnty-nine (30)
West, of the 5th Principal Mei ldian
By virtue of the powei of sale contain
ed in said mortgage and puisuant to
the statute and no action in law oi
otheiwise h*i\ing been instituted theie
on, same will be foieclosed bv the sale
of said premibes at public vendue to
the highest biddei foi cash by the
Shenffof Marshall County Minnesota,
at the fiont dooi of the Coint House
in the City of Wai I en Minnesota on
Saturda\ Maich 12th 1921 at 10 po
o'clock to hatisfv the amoutit
then due on said Moitgage with the
interest taxes if any and cots of this
action, including twentv-five dollais
attorney fees as stipulated foi in said
mortgage
Dated at Minneapolis, Minnesota this
20th day qf Januaiy, 1921
HOAG SECURITY COMPANY
Moitgagee
L. HOAG
Attorney for Moi tgagee,
Minneapolis, Minn
Maich 2-16
Citation for Hearing on Petition to Sell,
Mortgage or Liense Iand
ESTATE OF ELMER PAULSON
Ward
State of Minnesota Counts of Mai shall,
In Probate Com
In the Mattel of the Estate of Elmei
Paulson, Waid
The State of Minnesota-to Elmei
Paulson Hilma Seelev Frank Paulson
William Paulson, Albin Paulson, Julius
Plaulson Maiv Paulson and alJ persons
interested in the sale of certain lands
belonging to said waid The petition
of Mathias Petei son as iepiesentative
of the above named waid, being duly
filed this Couit lepiesenting that it
is necebsaiv and foi the best inteiests
of said estate and of all interested
theiein that certain lands of said waid
desenbed theiein be sold and piaving
at a license be to him gianted to sell
same
Now, Thei efoi e, You and each of vou,
heieby cited and requned to show
use, if anv you have, -before this
ur at the Piobate Couit looms, in
Citv of Warren County of Marshall
ate of Minnesota on the 26th day of
arch, 1921, at two o'clock whv
ie pla^el of said petition should not
..granted
Witne tht Judge of said Couit and
ie Seal of said Couit this 24th day of
ebiuaiv 1921
PETER HOLM,
Judge of Piobate Couit
(Couit Seal)
.^TLIUS OLSON and RASMUS HAGE,
^Attorneys foi Petitionei
G. W. SMITH, DRAY LINE.
Dealer in Coal, Wood and lee.
I Phone 232 Warren, Minn.
s'SfiiySia!^^
.ft'
I 4 $ ^i^'
X.
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Electric Supplies
and
Equipment
Water, Light & Power Department
Feb 23-March 9.
NOTICE TO ROAD
DRAGGERS
NOTICE TO ROAD DRAGGERS.
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the County Auditor in the City
of Warren, Minn, until 2 o'clock
on March 11, 1921, for the diagging of
State Roads in Marshall County, as fol
lows
State Road No. 2.
Division 9From Pembina Trail, in
town of Viking, to Soo Tiack, in said
town of Viking, 3 5 miles
Division 10From Soo Track, in
town of Viking, to northeast corner of
section 36, town of New Solum, 6 5
niles
State Road No. 3.
Division- 11From "Dixon Bridge'',
in the City of Warren, to northeast
coiner of section 29, town of McCrea,
4 0 miles
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 cornel
of section 16, town of Big Woods to
intersection! ln
CTi
representing that
is the owner of following de
bed lands, situated in said Distnct,
fit NE% Section 36, Township 155,
tge 47.
nd that said land adjoins School
strict No 4, has been presented the
|unty Board of Marshall County, and
ing that his said lands may be set
from said District No 42 to said
trict No. 4, and the said Board has
jointed a time and place for hearing
reon. Therefore
NOTICE
a hereby given that said petition
1 be
hear,d
Statintersection Road No' 1 4witFh
rom with
townv ofo Middle River 13 2 miles
D*
State Road No 1, town of Middle River
to northeast corner of section 13, town
of Alma .88 miles
Division 15From northwest coinei
of section 18, town of Foldahl. to north
east cornei of section 12, said town of
Foldahl 7 0 miles
Division 16From northwest cornei
of section 7, town of Marsh Giove, to
northeast corner of section 7, town of
Newfolden 7 0 miles
Division 17Fiom noitheast coinei
of section 7, town of Newfolden, to
northeast cornei of section 8 town of
Holt 7 0 miles
State Road No. O.
Division 18Fiom mteisection with
State Road No 1, in town of Tamarac,
to noitheast cornei of section 12, town
of Wanger 10 5 miles
Division 19Fiom noithwest coiner
of section 7, town of Wnght, to noith
east coinei of section 8, town of West
Valley 8 0 miles
Division 38Fiom noitheast cornei
of section 8, town of West Valley, to
quaitei coiner between sections 3 and
1CL town of New Maine 7 5 miles
jJivision 39From quarter coiner be
tween sections 3 and 10 town of New
Maine, to northeast coinei of section
10 town ot Spiuce Valley 6 5 miles
State Road No. 9.
Division 24Fiom northeast coinei
of section 1, town of Eagle Point, to
southeast coiner of section 33, said
town ot Eagle Point 6 0 miles
Division 25From northeast coi ner
of section 4, town of Foi k,^.to south
east coinei of section33 said town of
Folk 6 0 miles
Division 26Fiom southeast coiner
of section 33, town of Fork, to south
east coinei of section 32, town of Big
Woods 1 miles
Division 27From northeast cornei
of section 5, town of Oak Park, to
southeast coiner of section 32, said
town of Oak Paik 6 0 miles
State Road No. 10.
Di\ ISIOII 40Fiom noithea&t coinei
of section 18, town of Bloomei, to
sovrtheast coinei of section 31 town of
Vega 10 0 miles
State Road Ao. it.
Di\ lbion 28Fiom southwet coinei
of section 32 town of Oak Paik to
southeast corner of section 36 town of
Vega 11 0 miles
Division 29Fiom southwest cornei
of section 31, town of Wanenton to
southeast coinei of section 35, said
town of Wanenton 5 0 miles
State Road No^l2.
Division 30riom quaitei cornei
count} linebetween sections 10 and
11 town of Mo Ian to southeast coinei
of section 2] tow of Esplee 8 5
mile*
Division 31Fiom southeast coinei
of section 21 town of Esplee to intei
section with State Road No 14 in the
Village of Givgla -7 5 miles
State Road No. 1.
Divi&ion 32Fiom noithwest coinei
of section 3, town of Folk, to north
east coinei of section 4, town of Paikei
6 0 miles
Division 33Fiom noitheast coiner
of section 4, town of Paiker, to inter
section with State Road No 1, in the
'Village of Stephen 5 5 miles*
state Road No. 14.
Division 34riom noithwest coinei
of section 33, town of Holt to "Thief
Rivei Bridge", in town of East Valley
5 7 miles
Di\ision '?'Fio 'Thief Rivei
Budge", in town of East Vallev, to
noitheast coinei of section 22, town of
Mud Lake 9 0 miles
Division 36Fiom noitheast coiner
of section 22, town of Mud Lake, to
northeast corner of section 3 t, town of
Eokvoll 8 0 miles
Division 37Fiom noitheast coinei
of section 34 town of Eckvoll, to in
tersection with State Road No 12, in
the Village of Grvgla. 7 5 miles
Bids will be considered for one oi
moie divisions Bids will be submitted
on blanks furnished by the Count
Auditor or the Highway Engineer The
successful biddei will be lequired to
enter into contract and furnish bond
in the sum of $300 00
The light is loseived to reject any oi
all bids and to waive any defects
Dated at Wan en Minn, rcbiuai 17
1921
Signed
A LUNDGREN,
County Auditor,
Mai shall County, Minnesota
(Auditors Seal)
Maich 2-16
Citation for Hearing on Petition to Sell,
Mortgage or Ienn Land.
Estate of Evel Raase, Helen Raase
and Alma Raase, Minors
State of Minnesota County of Mai shall
In Piobate Couit
In the Mattel of the Estate of Evelyn
Raase, Helen Raase and Alma Raase,
Minors
The State of Minnesota to Evelyn
Raase, Helen Raase and Alma Raase,
and all persons inteiested in the sale
of ceitain lands belonging to said
mmois The petition of Emma
Raase as repiesentative of the above
named minoi s, being duly filed in this
Couit, representing that it is necessary
and for the best inteiests of\said estate
and of all interested therein that cei
tain lands of said minors desenbed
Warren, Minn. V&V* &*
therein be sold and praying that a
license be to her granted to sell the
same
Now, Therefore, you, and each of you,
aie hereby cited and required to show
cause, if any you have, before this
Court, at the Probate Court rooms, in
the City of Warren, County of Marshall,
State of Minnesota, on the 26th day of
Maich, 1921, atJ2 o'clock M, wh,y the
prayer of saied petition should not be
granted
x,_WJ.tne-ss'
th
the Seal of said Court, this 1st day of
March, 1921.
PETER HOLM,
Judge of Probate Cou*t
(Court Seal)
EDGAR E SHARP,
Moorhead, Minn.
A N ECKSTROM,
Warren, Minn
Attorneys for Petitioner
BEFORE THE RAILROAD AND
WAREHOUSE COMMISSION OF
THE STATE OF MINNESOTA.
In the Matter of the Application of the
Warren Telephone Company for au
thority to Increase its local and rural
telephone rates and to establish and
place in effect service connection
charges and other miscellaneous
charges, at Warren, Minnesota.
Pursuant to notice, hearing in the
above mattei was held on January 5,
1921, at Wan en, Minnesota Hans
Swanson Owner, and Pihlstrom,
appealed for the telephone company
There were no adverse appeal ances
The Wan en Telephone Company
operates a local magneto telephone ex
change at Wan en, Minnesota, serving
approximately 402 town and 262 ruial
stations and pei forms switching for 56
liual connecting stations The rates
now in effect are as follows
Individual Line, Business, $2 00 pei
month
Two-paity Line, Business, $100 pel
month t,
Individual Line, Residence, $1 25 pei
month
Rmal Multi-paity, $125 pei month
Extension, Business, $1 00 per month
Extension, Residence, $ 75 per month
--Extension Bells, $ 25 pei month
Rural Switching, $5 00 pei annum
The petitioner seeks authority to es
tablish and place in effect, the follow
ing schedule of local, rural and othei
miscellaneous chaiges
Individual Line, Business, $2 50 pei
month gioss
Individual Line Residence, $1 75 pei
month gioss
Multi-pai t\ Ruial, $175 pei month
gl'bss
Othei chai ges in effect to emain un
changed except the two-party business
late which will be eliminated, as there
is no demand foi this service
One-partv Line Business or Resi
dence, outside exchange aiea. individ
ual line iate plus 25 cents additional
foi each quaiter mile distance
Tempoiaiv disconnects at one-half
regulai rate foi any class of seivice
All gioss lates payable monthly, with
a discount of 25 cents if paid on oi be
foie the 20th of the month in which the
service is lendeied, except that luial
multi-pait^ lates aie payable quai tei
lv in adA an(jc with a discount of 75
cents if paid on oi befoi the 20th of
the fii st month of the quaiter in which
the seivioe is lendeied, 50 cents if paid
on oi befoie the 20th of the second
month of the quaitei, and 25 cents it
paid on oi befoie the 20th of the thud
month of the quaitei
Ser%Je Connection Charges
CONTUVOT TCRMS-
The contiact teim foi main station
sti\ice not to exceed one month
No additional contiact lequned foi
Mipplemcntal seivice and equipment
such as extension station seivice joint
usei seivice, extia listmgs and exten
sion bells
The subscubeu tojiuinisli any neces,
saiv conduit and moulding^nd also
beai the expense in case of dulling of
solid masomv oi concrete wall
Mo\e Charges
OITTS1DE MOVES
All outside moves to beai the legulai
sei\ ice connection chaige foi the class
of seivice affected
INSIDE MOVES
Poi main station oi extension sta
tion within same loom oi within same
pre*mist s, $1 00
OH \NGE JN TYPE OF EQUIPMENT
For mi in station oi extension sta
tion, $1 00
DISCONNECT AND RECONNECT TOR
NON-PAY MENT
Vm class of seivice, $2 00
Superseding *ulscrlber
MX STATION SERVICE
\n individual film oi coipoiation
to siipiistde anothei without the pav
inent ot si\ice connection chaiges
piovided theie is no mteiruption of sei
ice and no change in name or in lo
cation or tvpe of equipment.
Foi change in name only in the di
lectoiv listing, but no change in the
tei.phi numb a (haige of $1 00
En all other* rises the legulai sei ic
connection chaiges to apply
The company submitted exhibits of
its opiatinf ie\cnuei and expenses foi
the vears, of 1918 1919 and 1920, to
gether with an lnveritoiy and appraisal
of the phvsical pioperty These ex
hibits have been caiefullv checked
The evidence shows that conseiva
tne and economical practices are being
applied and that the cornpanj is pie
pared to de\ clop and furnish the town
and idjicent mi il temtoiv with ade
quate telephone seivice
Upon leview of all ,the facts, the
Commission finds that the iates peti
tioned toi are fan and reasonable and
Will not vield moie than sufficient lev
enue to piovide foi the necessarv oper
ating expenses, depieciation and a fan
letuin upon the investment
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That
the Wai i en Telephone Company be, and
the same is heiebv permitted to estab
lish and place in effect as of Maich 1
1921, the following schedule of local
and ruial telephone rates and charges
at Wan en, Minnesota
Indrvidual Line, Business, $2 50 pei
month gross
Individual Line Residence, $1 75 per
month gross
Rural Multi-paitv, 175 per month
gioss
Extension, Business, $1 00 pei month
net
Extension, Residence, $ 75 pei month
net
Extension Bells, $ 25 per month net
Ruial Switching, $5 00 per annum net
Mileage Charge.
One-paity Line Business, oi resi
dence outside exchange aiea, individual
line rate, plus 25 cents additional for
each quarter mile or fraction thereof
Temporaly disconnects at one-half
the regulai late for any class of ser
vice
All giogs iates are payable monthly,
with a discount of 25 cents if paid op?
or before the 20th of the month in
which the service is rendered, except
that rural multi-party rates aie pay
able quarterly in advance, with a dis
count of 75 cents if paid on or before
the 20th of the fii st month of the quar
ter in which the service is rendered, 50
cent* if paid on or before the 20th of
the secona month of the quarter, and 25
cents if paid on or before the 20th of
the third month of the quarter
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, That
the Warren Telephone Company be, and
the same is hereby permitted to estab
lish and place In effect, at Warren, Min
nesota, us of March 1, 1921, the service
connection charges petitioned for, and
as set forth in this order ^r~~f
BY THE COMMISSION,
^^^m^^'^^^mf^/THOS. YAPP,
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V.otlce
"d of said Court and
Si
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co
Insti ument
not in place
insti ument
in pi ice 1 50
few
%2 oo so 00 $1 00
1 00 No 1 00
chaigc
Secretar
(Seal) frf# Jw
r*ted sV"St JP-ml," Minnesota, this
ua* of rcbivto,rv, Asp 1321.
i March 2-Aprjl 6
of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Notice is hereby given that default
has been made in the conditions of a
certain mortgage made and executed by
Peter Grund and. Emma Grund, his
wife, as mortgagors to The Nether
lands American Mortgage Bank, of
Uithuizen, Netherlands, (a Corporation
under the laws of the Kingdom of the
Netherlands, authorized to-'do and do
fng business in the State of Minnesota),
as mortgagee, bearing date the bth day
of December, 1911, and recorded in the
office of the Registei of Deeds of Mar
shall County, Minnesota, on December
18th, 1911, at 1 00 o'clock M, in
Book "56" of Mortgages on page 214
which mortgage was by said The
Netherlands American Moitgage Bank
duly assigned to Hollam Company (a
corporation under the laws of the State
of Delaware), by instrument in writing
bearing date the 2nd day of February,
1921, and leeorded in the office of the
Registei of Deeds of Marshall County,
Minnesota, on February 3rd, 1921, at
9 00 o'clock A M, in Book "98" of
Mortgages on page 486, that the amount
claimed to be due and is due at the date
of this notice on the debt secured by
said mortgage is Two Thousand Six
Hundred Eighty adn 92-100 ($2,680 92)
Dollars, that the premises described in
and covered by said moitgage are
situate in the County of Marshal and
State of Minnesota, and are described
as follows to-wit
The Southwest Quaiter (SW%) of
Section numbered Twenty-seven (27)
Township numbered One Hundred
Fifty-sni (156) North, of Range num
ber Forty-seven (47) West, of the 5th
Principal Meridian, containing One
Hundred Sivty (160) acres of land, more
or less, according to the United States
Government Survey thereof
That no action or proceeding has
been instituted,/at law or otheiwise to
lecover the said moitgage debt afore
said or any part thereof, that by virtue
of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage and pursuant to the statute
in such case made and provided, said
mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of
said moitgaged premises aforesaid, to
the highest bidder for cash by the
Shenff of said Marshall County at the
front door of the Court House in War
ren, in said Marshall County, on Mon
day, April 18th, 1921, at 10 00 o'clock
A M, to satisfy the amount then due
on said mortgage together with the
costs and disbursements of said sale
allowed by law and Seventy-five (75 00)
dollais attorney's fees as stipulated
in said mortgage in case of foreclosure
Dated February 10th, 1921.
HOLLAM COMPANY.
Assignee of Mortgagee
RICHARD A WALSH,
Attorney foi Assignee of Mortgagee,
No 502-504 Cential Bank Building,
St Paul, Minn
I MARSH GROVE
Mrs Oscai Shern was a buef visitor
on Mis Ivei Nels.on of Viking Tuesday
Misses Came and Anna Sahlberg
spent Wednesday aftei noon at the home
of Samuel Sloan of Foldahl
Pastoi Akie and familv who have
been staying with then folkb foi some
time left foi Manitoba. Canada, to
woi foi some time We all have cn
joscd his meetings in the Gieen Valley
School
\lfied Simonspn was a callei on John
Johnson Sunday afternoon
Miss Sadie Johnson spent Satuiday
and Sunday afternoons with Annie
Johnson
Misses Carne and Anna, and Oscar
Sahlbeig and Mis Claia Shein visited
at the home of I Haai stad Sunday
Mi and Mis Edwaid Hanson and
family and Mi and Mis Waldien
and childien visited with John-
Andei
son in Comstock Sunday atteinoon
Mrs Oscai Shein called on her folks
Tom Minonson in Viking A\ tdnesday
The faimeis aiound heie aie busA
hauling hay, as the snow is melting
on thi loads
Mr and Mis Ivei Nelson and daugh
teis Kathijn and Veigil lsited with
Vdam Sahlbeig's Sundaj
Heniv Boe was. a \1s1t01 with Emil
Sh{ 111 Sunday
^[yiis Adam Sahlbeig and Miss Anna
Sahlbeig spent Satuiday afternoon at
John Westiin's
Mis Boe and Gianddaughtei.
Mvrtle, visited at the A Sahlbeig home
Sundaj
Walter and Claience Engtn called on
the Gothenboig boys Sunday
Satuidav e\ening a few ielati\es
suipusedMis Ivei Haarstad the occa
sion being hei bnthda
Adam Sahlbeig was a business callei
in Viking Monday
liany Knittei has been 'sick foi some
tmn but is lapidlt itto\enng
.rcc allej School "Notes.
Miss Came bahlbcig called at school
foi a few minutes last Wednesday
Waltei I.ngen is back aftei two
month's absence
Se\cirfl hildien ha\e bien absent the
past week due to se\eie colds
The childien in the lower grades aie
studying Kobeit Louis Ste\enson's
poems this week
Professional Cards
DR G. S. WATTAM, Office First Na
tional Bank Building, Warren, Minn
Special attention given to diseases of
Nose, Throat, Eyes and fitting oi
Glasses.
DR BLEGEN, Physician and
Suigeon Office State Bank Build
ing, Wairen, Minn.
CARL WALLGREN, Graduate Swedish
Medical Gymnast and Masseur. The
Massage and Treatment Institute,
Warren, Minn.
G. N. MORKASSEL, Real Estate and
Farm Loans. Office, State Bank
Building, Warren, Minn.
F. C. BAKKB, D. D. S., Skandlnavisk
Tandlaege. Office in the Taralsetb
Building, Warren. Minn.
DR. EDWARD J. BREN, Dentist
First.National Bank Building, War
ren/ Minn.
B. T. FRANK, M. D. O, graduate ot
Chicago Veterinary College. Post
graduate Kansas City Veterinary
College. Member Minnesota State
Veterinary Medical Assn. Warren,
Minn.
W, E. LINDQUIST, D. V. M., Veter
inarian. Office, Styrlund Bldg.,
VikingfMinn.
J. R. NAE8ETH, Lawyer. Office next
door to City Hall, Warren, Minn.
a, N. ECKSTROM, Attorney-at-Law.
Office 2nd floor First National Bank
Building, Warren, Minn.
OLSON ft HAGB, Attomeys-at-Law.
Office in Taralsetb. Block, Warren,
Minn.
The Emblem of Su
perior Optical Service,
look for it where yon
have your Byes exam-
PORTE-HENDRICKSON
Optomeirfete
ith St. Grand Forks, N. D.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE280 acre farm three miles
south and one mile west of March Sid
ing. With exception of 40 acres pas
ture land is all plowed, fair buildings
and good well.Axel P. Swanson, War
ren, Minn. Route 3.
FOR SALECity Lots, situated on
Fletcher ave., also some on Colvin and
Rossman avenues. High and dry with
a best of deed and low pricesW. 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.
FOR SALE OR TRADE240 acres two
miles south and one-half mile west of
March Siding. All plowed except about
15 acres pasture. Good granary
Swanson Bros, Warren, Minn. R. 3
WANTED
WANTEDWaitress wanted at Hotel
Warren. WANTED AT ONCEGood expeii
enced waitress.Home Restaurant.
WANTEDTo hear from party who
wants to trade in city property for a
good well improved farm.A. Pedersen,
Angus, Minn.
WANTEDIf you have a faim for
sale, call on J. T. Owens at Hotel War
ren.
WANTEDGirl for general
work.Mrs C. E Lundquist.
house
WANTED TO RENTA piano for use
in M. E church. See Wood for
tuither particulars.
WANTEDAbout April 1st, a cook on
my farm.A. Melgard, Warren, Minn.
WANTEDAccident and sickness in
surance salesmen. The only business
not aftected by dull times Salary and
best contract evei given Piefer men
capable of handling good sized teiri
tory by use of sub-agents Addiess
National Casualty Company 429 Palace
Bldg, Minneapolis, Minn
MEN WANTED TO SELL GROCER-
IES Selling e\penence not necessary.
One of the woild's largest wholesale
groceiy houses (capital over $1,000-
000 00) wants ambitious men your
locality to sell duect to consumer na
tionally known biands of an extensive
hue of giocenes, painty loofings, lubn
eating oils, stock foods etc No capital
lequired Commissions advanced
Write today Stale .se and counrj de-1
Qiroil Tnhii sl^f*,. n, 0-0
sued Joh,n Sexten, & Co, 3o2 W
Illinois St Chicago 11 1
BULGARIAN BREW
EASY TO MAKE
From the rich soils of Europe, Asi
and Africa are gatheied roots, barks
seeds, leaves, bemes and floweis
for Mother Nature's Tonic.
BULGARIAN BLOOD TEA
The juices brewed from these herbs
assist Nature to sweeten the stomach,
flush the kidneys, enrich the blood and
gently regulate the bowels. Brewed
hot at bedtime it helps to break up a
cold in a hurry
Just try it. Ask your druggist to
day.
Strom & Johnson
Dray and Transfer Line.1
Dealers in
HARD AND SOFT COAL.
Office Phone, No. 183
Residence Phones, 81 and 08-J
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
be found.
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M. L. Warner & Son
Phone 263-K, Warren
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RESULTS III,
No ad KM* than 25a
LIVESTOCK FOS SALE
FOR SALE]Four good working horses
for sale, one bay horse 7 yeais old, one
grey horse 10 years old, and one black
team 6 years old.Andrew Amundson,
R. 1, Warren, Minn.
FOR SALESeven head of horses and
Fordston tractor.R G. Swanson,
three miles south and one mile west of
March Siding.
FOR SALEHave
calves for saleP.
Farm Co.
filst
fo
eng
a few Holstein
Frost Spaulding
FOR SALEBig Chester White Gilts,
bred for March and April fanow. The
price is down to move them quick.
M. W. Munger & Son, Warren, Minn.
COWS FOR SALESix good milch
cows, can have pick out of 12 Also a
Fosston fanning mill.John P. Swan
son, 2V2 miles south of Wairen
COWS FOR SALESix good milch
cows, can have pick out of 12 Also a
Fosston fanning mill.John Swan
son, 2y2 miles east and one mile south
of Warren.
FOR SALETwo Bronze Tuikey Gob
blers for sale.J. W. Campion, Angus.
FOR SALEBai red 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-
adQ, Minn. 1, Box 30.
~TOt SALE
FOR SALENew $35 check writer for
sale for $20. Call at Sheaf office, No.
73 FOR SALEWhite Russian seed oats
also milch cows coming fiesh soon
O. A Omdahl, R. 4, Warren
FOR SALEEarly Ohio potatoes for
sale, $100 per bushel H Godell
FOR SALESeed barley cleaned and
ready for seed. 85c per bushel Older
eaily and avoid disappointment Two
miles south of AlvaradoLouis Lai
son, Alvarado, Minn Route 1
FOR TRADE FOR LAND EQUITY
1917 Hudson super-six automobile No
cash Address No 63, Sheaf office,
Warren, Minn
THRESHING
OUTFITcondition
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FOR SALE OR
36 Ree\e sepaiatoi, both
TRADE20s 40"lu10
au S Wil
Rumley engine, new
ri
Wairen
S With
tnnl
A
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aesued-C'hailey Abraham-
soni.n R. 5. Warren. Minn
SPECIALISTS
Fittiaf Gl
Harthwcutcra Natioaal tumk BsiMi^
Grind Fork*. Nrtfc Dakota
Valley National
Farm Loan
Association
Farm Loans made thsough
The Federal Land Bank
of St. Paul, Minn.
AUG. A. JOHNSON
Warren National Bank
Secretary-Treasurer
Warren, Minnesota
JOHN ERICKSON
Proprietor of
CITY DRAY LIN E
Warren, Minn.
HAVE FOR SALE
Duroc Gilts
Bred or Open
Polled Hereford
cows and heifers
Bred or Open
Also
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.
CHAS. FRANKS
Breeder of Polled Hereford's
3\* r-Saad Durocs^
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