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^FQffflll Complies with the pure food laws of every state KANQMWI 0CULUMGfr Kandiyohi, May 18.—Miss Mabel Anderson came home Friday, hav ing finished her term of school for the year. August and Victor Holmberg of Willmar have been doing work for the past week for August Lundquist in the line of painting and paper hanging. Oscar Hoglund and Elof Peterson left last Friday for Duluth, where they intend to work this summer. The board of directors of the Kandiyohi Central Creamery Asso ciation met last Saturday. S. Govig, our new resaturant man, is busy moving down his household goods from Willmar. He intends to open the restaurant this week. Lundquist Bros, shipped a car load of stock today. John Gabrielson's young folks spent Sunday at the home of their brother Carl near Diamond Lake. Miss Hilma Tulin returned from Atwater last week after having spent some time at the home of her sister, Mrs. 0 Ringstrom. Miss Luella Peterson visited friends in Willmar last week. Alfred Blomquist had the misfor tune of getting one of his cattle killed by a westbound freight last Saturday morning. Miss Anna Lundquist was given a "shower" last Thursday evening by a number of her lady friends at the home of Mrs. 0. W. Kroona. A show company visited Kandi yohi last Friday and gave the peo ple an opportunity to see a good play. Joseph Holmberg has been assist ing C. A. Harrison with the farm work the pa^t week. The Kandiyohi schools, Dist. No. 4(5, will close on Friday, May 22. The graduation exercises of the Eighth grade will be held in the evening at the M. W. A. hall, be ginning at eight o'clock. Admis sion, 25 cents for adults, 15 cents for children. The following are the graduates. Pearl F. Peterson, Mabel S. Norell, Roy A. Ceder strom, Myrtle M. Johnson, Charles A. Anderson, Grace M. Peterson. A very good program has been pre pared by teachers and pupils. Chas. Kroona went to St. Paul last week to consult a physician in regard to an ailment of his knee. A game of baseball was played Sunday afternoon by the Kandiyohi and Tripolis Learns. The score was 2l to 1 in favor of Kandiyohi. Mis. John Lundquist, Mrs. Otto Benson and Mr. and Mrs. Jospeh Without Alcohol A Strong Tonic Without Alcohol A Body Builder Without Alcohol A Blood Purifier Without Alcohol A Great Alterative Without Alcohol A Doctor's Medicine Without Alcohol Ayer's Sarsaparilla Without Alcohol A CALUMET BAKING POWDER 1 I Calumet is made of the finest materials pos sible to select, and makes light, easily digested Bread, Biscuits or Pastry: therefore, it is recom mended by leading physicians and chemists. /FftRNAMY I Wo publish our (oiinulas yers Calumet yon ere always assured of fcVWWVlll I a good baking: therefore, there is no waste of material or time. Calumet is put up in air-tight cans it will keep longer than any other Baking Powder on the market and hat mora raising power. GILUMET Wo banish alnohol from QUI medicines We urge you to consult your doctor Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They act directly on the liver, make more bile secreted. This is why they are so valu able in constipation, biliousness, dys pepsia, sick-headache. Ask your doctor if he knows abetter laxative pill. "Ylado by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass.— Is so carefully and sclen* tifically prepared that 1 the neutralization of the ingredients is absolutely perfect. Therefore.Calumetleaves no Rochelle Salts or Alum in the food. It is chemically correct $1,000.00 given for any substance in jurious to health found in Calumet 'CARY SAFE CO. RECIPE FOR RHEUMATISM. Directions to Prepar Simple, Yet Remarkabl Home Mixture. There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the fol lowing advice by an eminent author ity, who writes for readers of a large Kastern daily paper, will be highly appreciated by those who suffer: Get from any good pharmacy one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion, one ounce Compound Kargon, three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla. Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime also drink plenty of good water. It is claimed that there are few vic tims of this dread and torturous dis ease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple home-made mixture, and in most cases a permanent cure is the result. This simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the eliminative tissues of the kidneys, so that they oan filter and strain from the blood and sjstem the poisons, acids and waste matter, which cause not only Rheumatism, but numerous other diseases. E\ery man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active, or who suffers tiom any urinary trouble whatever, should not hesitate to make up this mixture, as it is certain to do much good, and mav save jou from much misery and suffering after while. Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them. Lundquist spent Sunday afternoon with friends in the country. P. E. Anderson, and Edwin Ol son went out to George Enblom's home last week to assist in the erection of his concrete building. A. Bjorsell and his crew of men are busy at work with the basement for the new parsonage. The Young People's society will meet Thursday evening to make ar rangements for the Midsummer fes tival. Sunday school and services will be held at Tripolis on Sunday fore noon at the usual time. Sunday school and services will be held at the Kandiyohi church in the after noon at three o'clock and fom o'clock respectively. Colfax, May 1 8— Mrs. Knut Ol son, who has been sick for some time, is now improving. Miss Clara Clauson from New London has been visiting with her parents here. Marcus Mikkelson, who has been staying at Belgrade for some time, came home Friday. Rev. Rosholt from Glen wood con ducted services in the Crow River church Sunday, Rev. Tolo being ill. Miss Anna Olson came home on Friday from Belgrade, where she has been staying for some time. Miss Nora Olson is working for M. Johnson. Mrs Bertha Dahlgren has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson for a couple of days. George BorcKon is sick with the mumps. Miss Ada Thorson visited at Lar son's from Friday till Sunday. The Aurora Y. P., S. will meet with John Hendrickson at Belgrade next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson visit ed with friends in Willmar Monday and Tuesday. Edw. Larson made a trip to Paynesville Saturday. If tired of paying rent, buy a home on the installment plan from the Crawford Leslie Otos Land Agency. 27f "Well, Jane, have you found the rose for my hair yet?" "Yes, madam, but now I cannot find the hair." BUFFALO, IM. Y., U. S. A. A N A E S FIRE&BURGLARPROOFSAFES VAULTS, LOCKS. ETC. Contractors to United States Government Practically all the property own ers of land fronting on Green Lake are preparing to fight the raising of the minimum water level of the lake two feet above the present level. Proceedings will be institut ed to enjoin the commissioners from building a dam at the outlet of the height proposed. The people backing this movement claim that they are just as much, if not more, interested in keeping the lake at its best for a summer resort, and are not oppose to a dam that will pre vent any lowering of the normal height of the water level of the lake by reason of the Crow river ditch, but they will not counten ance raising the dam so as to raise the minimum water level two feet over the present stage. The engi neer employed by the county claims that the water is now 2.55 feet be low the general normal water level, so there is the point of difference. As a matter of information to the public we give below the letters from W. R. Hoag, the engineer employed by the county commis sioners, in which he gives the re sults of his observations, and also the protest of the land owners at Green Lake. Minneapolis, Minn., April 11, 1908. Mr. Thomas Olson, Chairman Coun ty Commissioners. Dear Sir:—If convenient to ob tain, will you please send me the township sets of your county map covering the area of water shed thru Nest Lake into Green Lake. In designing the controlling work at the outlet I need the average dis charge. My one measurement of it shows 45 cu. ft. per second and I am assuming (in the absence of any better knowledge) that this is 20 cu. ft. more than the average. With the aid of these maps I ask I may be able to get a better or more reliable value for your run-off. I am writing to Mr. Larson at Green Lake for information relative to the use of water at the mill, which will also be helpful. My observation for average lake level shows it to be 2.55 feet above its stage on the 8th inst. and I pro pose to design a weir or dam and set it at such a height that it will discharge the average run-off when the water in the lake is at this stage of 2.55 feet above what it was at the time of our recent visit. HOW HIGH IS THE NORMAL STAGE OE WATER IN GREEN LAKE? Green Lake Land Owners Refuse to Accept Water Level As Pro posed By the County Board Committee. Trouble Caused by Reckless Action of Ditch Contractors. This weir will discharge 135 cu bic feet per second (over five times the normal) should the lake ever rise to the flood stage shown by the high water marks observed on the two lakes and pointed out by Mr. Larson on his lagoon inlet. And water will cease to flow out of the lake if it is allowed 0.35 of a foot below the normal stage. My preliminary estimate runs as follows: earthwork bank 14 top width with slopes 3 to 1 on the lake side and 2 to 1 on the opposite side, with an increase of top width of each 100 station next to the bridge to 40 feet—2600 cu. yds. at 10 cents, $260.00 42 cu. yds. concrete at $7.00, $294.00 incidentals, $100. 00 total. $654.00. This makes an earth bank 2.5 feet higher than the average stage of water in the lake and 1.8 above a possible flood stage. The bank is 2150 feet long. I give you the result of this pre liminary estimate for you to in dicate if it lines up in a general way with what your commission believes to be acceptable to the county. Of course, a simple plank dam against the up-stream ends of the bridge abutments set to raise the water about two feet above its pres ent level would effect considerable betterment over present conditions and greatly reduce this item of concrete, but it might lead to a higher flood stage than the semi circular concrete weir I propose and lead to a lower dry season stage but, worst of all, it would be temporary and would require more or less supervision to guard against a harmful overflow to land below should it be destroyed by ice action or by hostile interests. The concrete weir would, of course, be as permanent as the bridge abut ments of which it would become a part. Desiring to hear from you as to the general plan of the design as outlined above, I close, remaining. Yours very truly, W. R. Hoag, C. E. 1320 7th St. S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn., April 25,1908. Mr. Thomas Olson, Chairman, Willmar, Minn. Dear Sir:—I send you by same post a profile of the earth embank ments at the outlet of Green Lake, also pencil copy of the specifica tions for same work. You will please submit them to Co. Atty. Ot terness for his correction and ap proval before having typewriter copies made for your use and for the contractor. Please return to me the original and one carbon copy. The specifications would seem very lengthy for such a short job, bui large differences and expensive suits frequently develop from very innocent beginnings. Economy is most always on the SAFE side. I have been unable to give my full time to this work but have the plans for the spill-way about done and will send it to you together with the specifications this week. I have hurried the earthwork part of the job to you so you could get a contractor at the work as ear ly as possible. While all the evidence which I have been able to gather around the lake relative to its average stage points unmistakably to a level about 2J feet above its present stage, at your suggestion, in view of the line of sloughs along bank of Crescent Beach, which would be as easily drained with but a two foot raising of the lake, also a con siderable saving in the expense of making the earth bank on the old shore line, I have revised the old design providing for an increase in the lake level of two feet above what it was on the 22nd inst. This means that this increased level, af ter the construction of the controll ing works, become the usual level of the lake above which it may rise from 3 to 9 inches for a short time AUDITOR'S NOTICE OF HEARING ON Petition and Order of County Board, and Amended Reports in Ditch Pro ceedings. STATE OK MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi. 9 IN TH E MATTER OF TH E PETITION OF Ole Stene and others, for a Public Ditch in the County of Kandiyohi, State of Minne sota, Designated, and Numbered asCounty Ditch, No. 27. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a petition has been filed in the office of the County Auditor of said County, praying for the construction of a public ditch, designated and numbered by the County Auditor of such County as County Ditch No. 27. MAIN DITCH. Commencing at a point N. r7°, 55* E. 440 feet from the center of section nineteen (10), township one hundred twenty one (121) range thirty six (36) west thence running thru the south half of the northeast quar ter (sey2 of neyt), section 19 thence thru the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter (swVi of the northeast quar ter of the northwest quarter (neVl of nw%) and the north half of the northeast quarter (n% of nei/i.), section 20: thence through the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter (se 7* s?%' action 17 thence through the west half of the southwest quarter, (wJ/ ofswH) the northeast quarter of the southwest quar ter (nei4 of sw%), the southeast quarter of the northwest (seJ.4 ofnwi/4) and the south half ot the northeast quarter (sV» of ne%), section 16 thence thru the south half of the northwest quarter (si/2 of nw%), the south halt ot the northeast quarter (s»%ofneiA) and the northeast quarter of the southeast quar ter (neVi ot sei4), section 15 thence thru the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter [nwi4 of nwy ], the north half of the north west quartert [ni/2 of nw%] and the north half of the northeast quarter [nVo of neVi.1 section 14, thence thru the southeast quar ter of the southeast quarter TseV± of sei/41 section 11 thence thru the west half of the l°l£h?list a /s of sw%]. the south half of the northwest quarter [sJ/. of nwM.1. the southwest quarter of the northeast quar ter (sw%. of nei/i) the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter (se% of nei^.) and the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter [ne}4 of nei/i], section 12 and terminating in Norway Lake. BRANCH NO. 1. Commencing at the center of the south east quarter of section 18, township 121 of range 36 west thence running thru the se% ofthesei4, section 18, thence thru the swi/L of the swi/i section 17, thence thru the nwi/. of the nw-% and the ne% of the n\v%, section 20 into the main ditch. BRANCH NO. 2. Commencing 200 feet west and 22 feet south of the east quarter corner, section 20, township 121,range 3G west thence running thru the ne% of the se%, section 20 thenve thru the nwVi. of swi/i, the se% of the nwV4 an the ne% ot the nw%, section 21 thence thru the eV of the iw!4, and the of the swi4, sectio2n 16 into the main ditch. BRANCH NO. 3. Commencing at a point N. 170° E. 815 teet from the center of the northeast quarter of section 21, township 121 of range 36 west thence running thru the of the ne% and the nw%. of the nei4, section 21, thence thru the swJ4 of the se% into the seV. of the swVi, section 16 into Branch No. 2. BRANCH NO. 4. Commencing 400 feet north and 265 feet east of the center of section 7, township 121 ot range 36 west thence running thru the sw% of the nei4, the nw% of the se%,andthe se*4 ot the swi4, section 7, thence thru the n,e% el/s the nw%, the w% of the neU and the of the neH, section 18 thence thru the n% of the nw%, the se% of nwVL, the sw% of the ne% and the n% of the ne%, section 17, thence thru the wy2 of the nw% and the seiA of the nw%, section 16 into the main ditch. BRANCH NO. 5. Commencing near the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of the northeast quar ter of section 7, township 121 of range 36 west thence running thru the swV. of the a thenwHofthesei^ section 7 into Branch No. 4. BRANCH NO. 6. Commencing near the southwest corner of thenwi4 of the sw%, section 7, township 121 of range 36 west thence running thru the sy2 of the swy,, section 7 into Branch No. 4. BRANCH NO. 7. Commencing on the section line 390 feet north of the east quarter corner of section 18, township 121 of range 36 west thence running thru the se% of the n&A, section 18 into Branch No. 4. BRANCH NO. 8. Commencing on the section line 700 feet west of the northeast corner of section 18, township 121 of range 36 west thence run ning thru the ne% of the ne%, section 18 in to Branch No. 4. BRANCH NO. 9. Commencing 550 teet west of the center of section 17 township 121 of range 36 west thence running east on the line between the se% of the nw% and the ne% of the sw% sec tion 1,1 thence thru the sw% of the ney4 and of the nw% section 17 into Branch No. 4. BRANCH NO. 10. Commencing 250 feet west of the center of the nei4, section 8, township 121 of range 36 west thence running thru the sw% 01 the nei4, the nw% of the se^i, the ne% of the sw% and the sy2 of the se%, section 8 thence thru the neVi of the ne%, section 17 into Branch No. 4. BRANCH NO. 11. Commencing 200 feet north of the center of section 9, township 121 of range 36 west', thence running thru the w% of the seU, sec tion 9 thence thru the nw% of the ne% and the sei4 of the ne%, section 16 Into the main ditch. BRANCH NO. 12. Commencing near the southeast corner of the 8e% of the ne%, section 16, township 121 of range 36 west thence running thru the se% of the nei/i, section. 16 into the main ditch. BRANCH NO. 13. Commencing SOO feet south of the center at flood stage and below which it may fall from 3 to 6 inches during the summer months of dry seasons. In adopting this 2 ft. level, in stead of the 2.55 as determined by me by shore-line marks and testi mony of old lake dwellers, I am leaving out of account altogether the question of navigation on the lake, which has been reported to me to be obstructed by certain sand bars at the lower stages of the water. Should you find this con sideration sufficiently important to justify at any time before I stake out the work, the earth bank can easily be made at the higher level upon the additional expense inci dent to about 900 cubic yards, or about $100.00. In the design of spill-way I am providing for raising of crest this 0.55 with flash boards at small cost at any time your board may desire to do so. In my computation for the necessary height of crest of the spill-way to secure an average stage of lake I have made no account of loss of water by seeping thru the bank. On account of the very sandy nature of this bank, when there comes to be a difference of the level of 3 to 4 feet on the two sides, this may become a consider able item and may even lead to use of flash boards to keep the lake to this adopted lower level. Please give me as much notice as possible as to when it may be nec essary to stake out the work. Yours very truly, W. R. Hoag, C. E. The following is a copy of the protest, with the names of those who signed the original, who be lieve that the normal stage of the water as found by the engineer, ac cording to his letters above, is en tirely too high: LAND-OWNERS' PROTEST. We, the undersigned, land own ers on Green Lake, protest against oftheswy of section 10, township 121 of range 36 west thence running thru the se% of the swi/4, section 10 thence thru the ey. of the mvi,4, section 15 into the main ditchT BRANCH NO. 14. Commencing S. 70° W. GOO feet from the center of the sei^, section 16, township 121 of range 36 west, thence running thru the s% of the sei/i. section 16 thence thru the SW14 of the swi4, the ey. of the swi/J. and the seiiol the nw 14, section 15 into the main ditch. BRANCH NO. 15. Commencing at a point S. 46° E., 450 feet from the southwest corner of section 15 township 121, of range 36 west thence run ning thru the nwi/4 of the section 22. thence thru the se% of the seyt. section 16 into Branch No. 14. BRANCH NO. 16. Commencing near the northwest corner ot the nev, of the nw%, section 22, township 121 of range 36 west, thtnee running thru thene' of the nw% section 22 thence thru the sei4 of the sw'/,, the sw% of the sei/i and the nei4 of the swi4, section 15 into Branch No 14. BRANCH NO. 17. Commencing S. 45°, 15' W., 600 feet from the south quarter corner of section 14, town ship 121 of range 36 west thence running thru the ney of the nwi^, section 23 thence thru the sey+4 of the swH, the wy. ot the scy. the swyj. of the nei4 and the nwy ot the new! section 14 into the main ditch. BRANCH NO. 18. Commencing 620 feet south and 385 feet W. of the east quarter corner section 14, township 121 of range 36 west, thence run ning thru the 11% of the sei/J., section 14 into Branch No. 17. ADDITIONAL BRANCH NO. 19, AS PER ORDER OF COUNTY BOARD. Commencing near the northwest corner of the southwest quarter of the southwest quar ter, section 18 township 121 of range 36 west, thence running thru the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 18, thence thru the north halt of the north west quarter of section 19 thence thru the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, section 19, into main ditch. All of the Main ditch and all the Bran ches above mentioned being in township 121 of range 36 west in said county and State, as appear by the report of the Engi neer hereinafter mentioned and that the names of the owners of the lands and the names of the Municipal and -other corpora tions that will be affected by the construction of said ditch, as appears in the report of the View ers hereafter mentioned are as follows, to-wit: L. M. Thorsness, Johannes & Albert Njos, Erick Paulson, Ounder J. Moeu, Carl E. Sagedal, Ed E. Rood, et al, Peter P. Lien, P. P. Lien, Martin Skaalerud, Johannes Kallevig, Martin H. Aasen, L. U. Iverson, Martin A. I vers, J. E. Ranistad, N. Helgeson, E. \V. cV: L. L. Johnson, Olaf A. Nygaard. Olaf E. Nvgaard, SivertS. Reigstad, Andrew Johnson, John E. Otterness, J. E. Ramstad, Heirs of Erick Guldbrandson, Andrew E. Rood, Unknown, Thomas E. Rood, Ole A. Boe, H. E. Ekren, Otto P. Nygaard, John Georgeson, Anna S. Iverson, Jacob Ramstad, Norval Helgeson, Ingval Hanson, Anders O. Henjum, Jorgen P. Ytterboe, A. O. Henjum, John & Jacob Forshager, Albert Syse, Gunder Johnson, Marth a P. Skare, Ole E. Sagedal, Even E. Rood, Gemil Carolina Kampestad, Herman & Chas Edtuan, M. H. Engen, Sivert T. Skindelien, C. T. Skindelien, Edward H. Hauge, Lars O. Netland, Nels Helgeson, Edward J. Husaby, Lena J. Jacobson, Hans O. Myhre, Anna Georgeson, E. K.jLund, Albert & Even Lund, Township of Arctander, a municipal cor poration, Edward J. Husaby, Anna Stai.J Ingval Hanson, Township of Arctander, a municipal cor poration. And that the engineer appointed by the Board of County Commissioners of said County to make a survey of the route of said ditch has completed his work and made due report thereon, and filed the same in the office of said County Auditor and that the Viewers appointed by said Board of County Commissioners to view the same have com pleted their work and filed their report there on in the office of said County Auditor And that, therefore, the Board of County Commissioners of Kandiyohi County, state ot Minnesota, will hold a special meeting on Friday the 12th day of June, 1908, at the County Auditor's office in the City of Will mar in said county at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, for hearing and consideration of said Petition and order of County Board, dated May 8th, 1908, instructing the engineer and viewers' to re-exanine the course of said pro posed ditch between stations mentioned in said order and to review and to reassess pro perty affected thereby as to damages and benefits and for the hearing of the amended reports thereon of said surveyor's and view ers' and that all persons interested in the construction of said ditch are invited to appear and be heard by and before said Board ot County Commissioners at said time for or against the construction of said ditch. Dated this 16th day of May A. D. 1908. Auditor's office, Willmar, Minn. [SEAL] JOHN FEIG, County Auditor of Kandiyohi County, Minn. the action of the County Commis sioners in ordering the putting in of a dam at the outletjof said lake to raise it two (2) feet. We know that the present stage of water is a good average for the past twenty (20) years and to raise it two (2) feet will put it to the highest water mark during the ex cessive rains the past five (5) years, if not higher. While we personally are as much interested in the welfare and beauty of the lake if not more so than any one else, and would not care or de sire to mar any of its advantages, we do not care to have our meadows overflowed or our trees on the shores undermined or washed out, and we hereby appoint as our committee to protect our rights by suit if necessary and agree to share cost alike: F. H. Harris, Ole Ha verly, Ole J. Orson, Wm. Olson, Nels Orred, John M. Spicer, Wm. Peterson. And farther we would not object to the raise of one (1) foot from the present stage. John M. Spicer, P. H. Harris, 0. T. Olson, John Olson, N. Orred, W. Olson, Wm. Peterson, Spicer Land Co., A. G. Mardin, Sam An derson, J. 0 Pladsen, Jno. D. Nor deen, Ole Haverly, Hans Hanson, Ole J. Orson, A. Hultgren, Charley H. Parker, Oliver Larson (18 inch raise), S. C. Hillman, Syvert Han son, David Weaver, Lars Lund strom, H. E. H. Campbell, A. An derson, Ole Erickson, H. G. Kirby, John Tait Jr., Chas. Vettling, Wm. Nelson, Port McDowell and James McManus (18 inch raise). The matter of putting in a dam at Green lake outlet has been agi tated for nearly a year. The con tractor who dug the Crow River ditch, which was supposed to start 40 rods below the outlet of Green lake, was permitted to build his dredge and barges in Green lake and tear out the bridge and pass thru in order to get at the starting point of the ditch. He found the river to be very much winding and so in order to get to the starting place of the ditch he dug the channel straight from the outlet to the beginning of the ditch. This was an unwarranted proceeding for which someone should be held ac countable and which has led to all the subsequent trouble and disputes. The amount paid the ditch contrac tor by the county was a good, round price, in view of what work of like nature is being done for at the present time, and certainly includ ed the cost of hauling coal by team and building the dredge at the starting point of the ditch. A strong current of water three feet deep going out at the outlet over a bank of loose sand and the continual passing of coal barges during the summer, must necessarily have deep ened the outlet. How much, or to what extent, it may be difficult to determine. Had the outlet of Green lake never been disturbed by the ditch contractors the present controversy could never have been precipitated. The Tribune expects (First publication April 29, 1908.) Order Limiting Time to File Claims, and for Hearing Thereon. ESTATE OF PETER NORLANDER. STATE or MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi, In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Peter Norlan der, Decedent. Letters of Administration this day having been granted to Lewis Johnson, of said County 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 three months from and after the date hereof and that Tuesday the 1st' day of September, 1908, at 1 o'clock P. M., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Court House at the City of W lllmar in said County, be, and the same hereby is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hear ing upon and the examination, adjustment and allowance of such claims as shall be presented within the time aforesaid. Let notice hereof be given by the publica tion of this order in the Willmar Tribune as pro vided by law. Dated April 28,1908. A. F. NORDIN, [SEAL] Judge of Probate. [First publication May 6. 19081 Citation for Hearing on Petition for Ad ministration. ESTATE OF KATHRINE SJODIN. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi, In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Kathrine Sjo din, Decedent. The state of Minnesota to all persons inter ested in the granting of administration of the estate of said decedent: The petition of iSmil Sjodm having been filed in this court, representing that Kathrine Sjodin, then a resident of the county of Kandiyohi, state of Minnesota, died intestate on the 18th day of May 1907 and praying that letters of admi nistration of her estate be granted to Emil Sjodin: and the court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition There fore, you. and each of you, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, be fore this court at the Probate Court Rooms in the Court House, in the city of Willmar in the county of Kandiyohi, state of Minnesota, on the 2nd day of June, 1908, at 1 o'clock p. m., why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said Court, and the Seal of said Court, this 5th day of May, 1908. COURT I A. NOBDIN, I SEAL. Probate Judge. [First publication May 20.1 Citation for Hearing on Petition for Administration. ESTATE OF MATHIAS MATHIASON ALSO KNOWN AS MATHIAS MATHISON. STATE O MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi, In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Mathias Mathia srn also known as Mathias Mathison dece dent THE STATE OF MINNESOTA TO all persons interested in the granting of administration of the estate of said decedent. The petition of Alethe Mathiason having been filed in this court, representing that Mathias Mathiason also known as Mathiasi Mathison, then a re sident of the county of Kandiyohi, state of Minnesota, died intestate on the 12th day of February 1908 and praying that letters of admi nistration of said estate be graated to Hemming S. Nelson and the court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition Therefore. Vou, and Each of You, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you haye, be fore this court at the Probate Court rooms in the Court House, in the city of Willmar in the county of Kandiyohi, state of Minnesota, on the 16th day of June, 1908, at one o'clock p. m., why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said Court, and Seal of said Court, this 14th day of May, 1908. COURT A. F. NORTON, 1 SEAL, Probate Judge. GEO. H. OTTKRNBSS, Attorney for Petitioner. Full value for the money to gather additional facts from resi dents near the lake regarding the normal and present stages of the water in the lake and will present the same in our next issue. DeLaHunt's Parcel Delivery. Trunks, parcels, packages, letters, etc. called for and delivered to any part of the city. Prompt service Charges moderate Office Great Northern Express, Telephone 9, [First publication May 20.] Articles of Incorporation of Atwater Hardware Company. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES ents that we, whose names are hereto sub scribed, do hereby associate ourselves to gether for the purpose of forming a corpora tion under and by virtue of Chapter 58 of the Revised Laws of Minnes6tafor 1905, to gether with the several Acts of the Legisla ture of said State relating thereto, and do hereby adopt the following Articles of Incor poration. I. The name of said corporation shall be "ATWATER HARDWARE COMPANY." II. The general nature of the business of said corporation shall be the buying and selling of all kinds of goods, wares and merchandise and dealing in farm products. III. The principal place of transacting the busi ness of said corporation shall be in the Vil lage of Atwater in the county of Kandiyohi and State of Minnesota. IV. The time of commencement of said corpor ation shall be the nineteenth day ofMay, A. D. 1908 and the period of its continuance shall be thirty years. V. The amount of capital stock of said cor poration shall be Twenty-five Thousand (25.0OO) dollars, winch stock shall be di vided into Two hundred and Filty (250) shares of One hundred (100) dollars each. No stock shall be issued until it has been fully paid for. Stock shall be issued from time to time as authorized by the board of directors. VI. The highest amount of indebtedness or lia bility to which said corporation shall at any time be subiect, shall be the sum of Five Thousand (5,000) dollars, VII. The names and places of residence of the persons forming this association for incor poration are, as follows: Walter J. Neal, residing at St. Paul, Min nesota. George Cahill, residing at St. Paul, Min nesota. Gyda S. Hansen, residing at St. Paul, Min nesota. VIII. The government of said corporation and the management of its affairs shall be vested in a board of three directors, two of whom shall constitute a quorum. The board ot di rectors shall have power to fill any vacan cies arising in said board by death, resigna tion or otherwise, and the director elected to fill a vacancy shall serve for the unexpired portion of the term of said predecessor and until his successor shall have been duly elect ed and qualified. The annual meeting of the stockholders shall be held of the office of said corporation in Atwater, Minnesota, on the first Monday in June of each year at the hour of two o'clock p. m. commencing with the year 1908. Each director shall hold office for the term of one year and until his successor is elected and qualifies. The first Board of Directors of said corpor ation shall be as follows: Walter J. Neal, George Cahill and Gyda S.Hansen who shall hold office until the annual meeting of said corporation in June 1908. The ofheers of this corporation shall be a president, a vice president, a secretary and treasurer. Any two offices except the office of president and vice president may be held by one and the same person. The officers shall be elected annually by the members of the Board of Direciors at the first meeting of the Board of Directors held after the annual meeting of the stockholders. It shall not be required that any officers other than the president, be a director or stockholder of said corporation. Until their successors are elected and quali fy, the officers of said corporation shall be as follows Walter J. Neal, president Gyda S. Hansen, vice-president and Georgs Cahill, secretary and treasurer. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have here unto set our hands and seals at the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, this thirteenth day of May, A. D. 1908. Tha is what you get when you buy a Person & Johnson Cigar The manufacturers aim to put into each cigar the highest tobacco value that can be given for the money. Whether you buy a P. & J. 10c CIGAR, AN "ELSA," OR A "LITTLE P. AND J." you get the best cigar that can be bought for the money. PERSON JOHNSON, Manufacturers, Willmar, Mina. WALTER J. NEAL. (Seal) GEO. CAHILL. (Seal) GYDA S. HANSEN. (Seal) Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of: B. H. SCHKIHKR. GHO. W. COOUBY. State ot Minnesota, 1 }ss. County of Ramsey BE IT KNOWN that on this thirteenth day ofMay, A. D. 1908, before me personal ly appeared Walter J. Neal, George Cahill and Gyda S. Hansen, to me known to be the identical persons named in and who executed the foregoing Articles of Incorporation, and they each acknowledged that they executed the same as their own free act and deed. B. H. SCHRIBBR, Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minnesota. (Notarial Seal) My commission expires August 1,1914. [First publication May 30 Order Limiting Time to File Claims, and for Hearing Thereon. ESTATE OF ALFRED HOLMGREN. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi, In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Alfred Holm gren, Decedent. Letters of Administration this day having been granted to Joseph Holmgren. 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 Monday, the 23rd day of November. 1908, at 1 o'clock M., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Ceurt House at the City of Willmar in said County, be, and the same hereby is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hear ing upon and the examination, 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 Willmar Tribune as provid ed by law. Dated May 14,1908. A. F. NORDIN, [SEAL] Judge of Probate. GEO. H. OTTERNESS, Attorney, Willmar, Minn. YOU WON'T MIND Taking Cod Liver Oil THIS WAY C. 0. D. 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