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New Suits, Jackets, Coats, Skirts and Waists, Kandiyohi, March 16.—Mr. and Mrs. Peter Norman entertained a few of their neighbors and friends at supper on Thursday evening. August Klint was an Atwater vi sitor on Thursday. Peter and Gilbert Tulin and John and Harry Anderson attended the auction sale at Geo. Williams' place near Atwater last Thursday. Miss Nellie Peterson of Atwater spent last week visiting at the home of George Enblom. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Berg and son Melvin spent Wednesday visiting at the Anderson home. Kandiyohi now has a first-class machine shop, the same being con ducted by Richard Freedholm. Fred Hallberg of Gennessee was a visitor in the village on Tuesday. Miss Angle Defoe, who is teach ing school near Priam, came home en Friday for a few days' visit. Mrs. Nels Peterson and children, of Gennessee, were visitors at the N. C. Sorenson home from Friday to Saturday. The Ladies Store. Our stock of Ladies' Suits comprises the best to be found style, quality and colors, made of the latest and most up-to date fabrics and prices most reasonable $12 50, $13, $16 50, $18 50, $20, $25, $27 50. Spring Jackets in black and colors from $5 to $12.50, also long semi fitting coats. Skirts, a lar^e variety in styles and fabrics, including im ported Voiles, panamas, Venetians, new suitings and fancies, in the new colors such as smoke grays, stylish greens, browns, navys and blacks. Elaborately trimmed in satins, silks and buttons. Prices very reasonable, from $3 00 to $12.50. We guaiantee perfect fit without any extra cost to you. Just received a fine assortment of Ladies' Waists in silks, nets and lawns beautifully trimmed, at very low prices from 75c to $5.00, every waist a bargain The celebrated Nemo Corsets, none better, few'equals. Remember our new location in place formerly occupied by Elfstrum & Co., Druggists, opposite post office. The Ladies Store, O. A. Sandven, Willmar, Minn. News Items From Kandiyohi Mr. and Mrs. Henry Isaacson were visitors at the J. P. Lind quist home in Gennessee Thursday evening. Olof Anderson was taken quite sick last week with inflammation of the bowels. He is at this writ ing improving. 1 9 0 9 Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson were in Atwater Saturday, and also visited at the home of their daugh ter, Mrs. J. C. Berg, in Gennessee. Andrew Anderson of Atwater was here on business on Saturday. He also attended the play in the even ing. Rev. Father Malloy of Willmar was a Kandiyohi visitor Saturday. A dance will be given in the had on Wednesday evening. Mrs. John Carlin of Green Lake spent Tuesday visiting at the home of Mrs. Emmet Defoe. The home talent play, "Those Dreadful Twins," which was given by the Kandiyohi Comedy company last Saturday evening in the Wood men hall, was a decided success. The hall was filled to its utmost ca pacity, and due credit must be giv en the young people who took part, and, taking into consideration its being the fiist time they appeared, they certainly did well. Tom Tierney put in a new well last week on the Alfrei Olson farm in Gennessee. There was no school in the gram mar department of the village school on Monday and Tuesday, on account of the state examinations. Mrs. John Anderson and daughter Hilma spent Monday afternoon at the A. O. Narverud home. Mike. If you want a MAXWELL, best for the least money,' place your order early, as the factory is behind on orders. LARS HALVORSON AGENT FOR THIS TERRITORY Oarage Two Blocks Duo South From Depot. I W MRS. ENDERSBE. Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock occurred the death of Mrs. A. M. Endersbe. Death was due to pneu monia, with which she had been afflicted for about six weeks. She was about 26 years old, having been born April 13. 1883. The re mains were removed to Tracy in the evening, and the funeral was held there yesterday afternoon from the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Endersbe was Miss Belle M. Ferguson, and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson of Trcay. She was married on Janu ary 31, 1906, to Mr. Endersbe, rail way postal clerk on the Willmar Sioux City line, and a few days later they arrived here, where they made their home at 1217 Campbell avenue. One child was born to them, a boy, who is now two years and four months old. Mrs. Enders be is survived by her husband and son, her parents, three sisters, Mrs. John Myers, Mrs. Ernest Richardson and Mrs. William Way, and one brother, David, all of Tracy, and a host of other relatives and friends who mourn her untime ly passing away. BJORN AASEN. Bjorn Aasen, one of the respected citizens of the town of Colfax, died on Monday of this week from some lung trouble, from which he had been a sufferer for some time. De ceased was born in Norway but came to this country with his folks when he was but two years old. They settled in this county shortly after their arrival, his father tak ing a homestead in the town of Col fax, which place has been Aasen's home since the death of his parents. He was 42 years, 11 months and 12 days old at the time of his death, and is survived by his wife and 8 children, one of which is married, Mrs. Andrew Engen, who also lives in Colfax.—New London Times. ROSELAND E O S Roseland, March 15.—S on Dykema is still quite sick with stomach trouble, but we hope for his speedy recovery. The auction at F. J. Nauta's place last week was well attended and everything brought a good price. Miss Abbie Damhof left for Ray mond Monday to help her sister, Mrs. Wm. Talen. Miss Cornelia Kuiper, who has been working in Willmar the past few months, has returned and is now working for Mrs. H. Brug gers. Miss Bertha De Jager, who has been helping Mrs. H. Bruggers for the last few weeks, has returned to her sister, Mrs. N. Dykema. Gerhard Markus started working for G. Damhof Monday, and Arthur liedeman for H. Bruss Mr. and Mrs. D. Decker and the L. Van den Einde family spent last Friday with the H. J. Roelofs fam ily in Holland. We neglected to report the arriv al of a baby girl that came to the Fobbe Hoekstra home Feb. 22. All are well. GENNESSEE JOTTINGS 1 Gennessee, March 15.—Emil Bar ker went to Roseland last Friday for a visit over Sunday with his sis ter. Miss Alvina. The Misses Minnie Peterson and Amy Anderson were visitors at the A. O. Narverud home Tuesday even ing. The auction sale at George Will iams' place last Thursday was well attended and everything sold at a good price. The Williams family intend to remove to Laurel, S. D., about the first of June, where Mr. Williams has leased a large ranch. He will also have charge of the Laurel post office. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Anderson vi sited at Jack Barrett's place Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Berg enter tained a number of their relatives at dinner Sunday, the occasion be ing Mr. Berg's seventieth birthday anniversary. Elmer Quist left last Thursday for his claim near Bowman, N. D., with a carload of stock and machin ery. Mrs. O. H. Peterson and Mrs. C. D. Nelson visited with Mrs. Nels Peterson Wednesday afternoon. Miss Zella Williams gave a fare well party to a large number of friends Saturday evening. Dainty refreshments were served and everybody enjoyed themselves until a late hour. MeMe. Successful Army Social. The social given by the Salvation Army last evening was attended by an audience that tested the capacity of the building. An interesting musical prorgam was given, after which Rev. Buell gave his lecture on "The Old Book Willi It Stand?" The speaker contended that the Word of God has stood the test of time, criticism and opposition that it is of Divine, not human, author ship and he closed with an eloquent plea for a more careful and prayer ful study of Scriptures. Rev. Theo. J. Paulson conducted special services at Dassel last even ing. Why Not Use The Best? Quality Counts in Farm Machinery You will use these makes of implements and praise their quality long after you have forgotten the price. I sell and recommend Clark Buggies and Surreys Mollne Corn Planters and Cultivators Meline Gang and Sulky Plows The literary program given Fri day evening proved a great success. Everyone did his part well, and the assembly room was filled with pu pils and visitors. Willie Johnson was absent Tues day on account of illness. Misses Barbara Williams, Marie Pinney and Elsie Roberts visited school Monday afternoon. Lillie Johnson was absent Mon day on account of illness. Junior English note books are due Monday. At that time they must be complete. The play "Sheridan's Rivals" has been decided on for the Senior class play. The play requires four teen characters, ten boys and four girls. Copies have been sent for so the parts can be assigned. The Olivia boys are planning on playing basket ball here next Fri day. The Morris basket ball team will play here the 27th. The Juniors had a class meeting Friday afternoon and decided to have the Junior Senior reception the first Friday after Easter. Com mittees were appointed. The Willmar basket ball team played the Morris team at Morris la-t Friday. The score was 42 to 12 in favor of Morris. J. H. Erickson, a retired farmer living at 1305 Ella avenue, had his head quite badly injured about noon today while cutting down a tree in front of the P. C. Tonning resi dence on Fifth street. In falling the tree struck a telephone wire which broke and struck Mr. Erick son on the top of his head, cutting quite a bad gash. He was ren dered unconscious by the force of the blow, but in a little while re covered sufficiently to be taken to the Lewis Rodlun residence, where he rested until he could be taken to his home. The doctor does not think Mr. Erickson will suffer ary serious results from the accident. FIRST GRADE EXAMINATION —CUSTOMS SERVICE. Civil Service Examinations for the Customs Service will be held on Monday, May 10th, 1909, at the fol lowing places, viz: Brainerd, Minn. Crookston, Minn. St. Paul. Minn. This examination is open to all citizens of the United States who comply with the requirements. No application will be accepted unless properly executed and filed in com plete form with the District Secre tary prior to the hour of closing business on April 12th, 1909. Van Brunt Brills and Seeders National Manure Spreaders Beering Mowers and Binders Owen's Seed Cleaners Mandt Wagons P. Karwand, STRUCK SENSELESS BY A BROKEN TELEPHONE WIRE For further information address J. M. Shoemaker, Secretary 8th Civil Service District, St. Paul, Minn. Dr. Jacobs Leases Hospital. Dr. J. C. Jacobs will soon become a resident of Willmar. He has discontinued his practice at Spicer and will have charge of the Frost hospital, which he has leased. He will have his office at the hospital, with hours from 11 to 1? a. m. and 1 to 4 p. m., and Sundays from 9 to 10 a. m. The Tribune extends a cordial welcome to Dr. Jacobs and wishes him a successful practice. Sold Fat Steers. J. M. Monson, who lives three miles east of the city, believes there is good money in raising cattle for market. Last Thursday he market ed at Kandiyohi five 2A year old steers, weighing on an average 1120 pounds, receiving five cents per pound, or a total of $280. The Ladies Auxiliary of the An cient Order of Hibernians have ar ranged for St. Patrick's Day sup per and dance to be given at the Carlson hall this, Wednesday, even ing. Supper will be served from 5:30 till 8 o'clock, and will be fol lowed by dancing. Supper tickets, 25 cents dance tickets, $1. A hearty welcome will be extended to all. The Benson schools were closed from Thursday until yesterday on account, of a scarlet fever s:are. Miss Ella Boyd took advantage of this opportunity to spend a few days at her home here. WII1AIAR Personal Mention Mrs. J. L. Jarrett and Mrs. C. A. Bergman, of Pennock, were Will mar visitors last Monday. Mrs. Lewis Rodlun entertained the members of the Matrons' con test class at her home last evening. Miss Mabel Anderson of Minong, Wis., left for Duluth yesterday after a week's visit with friends here. Miss Elsie Roberts returned to Aitkin yesterday after having spent her spring vacation at her home here. Smith Botnen went to Minneapo lis Monday morning, where he will be empolyed at his trade as cigar maker. Misses Matilda Nord and Julia Shelstrom left yesterday noon for Chicago, where they will visit for a few weeks. Miss Thea Nary left for her home in Kuroki, Sask., Canada, yester day after a three months' stay with her sister, Mrs. Edward Johnson. Rev. M. B. Michaelson went to New London yesterday to give a lecture at the meeting of the Y. P. S. of the Lutheran Free church. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hedtke spent the Sabbath at the home of Mrs. Hedtke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Rosenquist, in town of Lake Eliza beth. Ole Nickelson attended the annu al banquet of the Modern Brother hood of America, held last Monday evening at the West hotel in Minne apolis. Miss Edla Johnson visited with Willmar friends between trains yesterday on her way to Spicer from Tyler, where she had been on a vi sit. Obcar Orred passed thru Willmar yesterday on his way from Stanley, N. D., to Spicer, where he will take up his duties as cashier of the Green Lake State Bank. John Blake, who was a Great Northern conductor out of Willmar about 14 years ago, is renewing ac quaintances here this week. He is now a conductor running out of Mexico City, Mexico. Mrs. L. A. Hedstrom visited with Willmar relatives Monday evening while on her way thru from Roches ter to Kerkhoven. She will visit here with her sister, Mrs. N. B. Carlson, before returning to her home in Hancock. Miss Thora Peterson went to New London yesterday to sing at the meeting of the Young People's so ciety of the Lutheran Free church in the evening. She was accom panied by Misses Alphia Berg and Mabel Olson. Miss Lena Botnen returned to Pennock Monday evening after a brief visit at her home here. She was accompanied by her sister, Miss Nellie Botnen, who will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. L. Thorpe, for some time. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. O. H. Ekdahl, 723 Third street, next Tuesday after noon at 3 o'clock. All ladies are welcome. Topic: "The Tobacco Habit and its Effect upon School Life led by Mrs. Robert Ives. The Willmar friends of William Paulson, formerly of Willmar but now of Fort Dodge, la., will be glad to hear that he is now on the road to recovery. He was very sick for a few days and last Thursday his brothers were wired for, but later he rallied, and he is now rest ing very easy. The entire force at the Delmonico cafe helped Victor Hoglund cele brate his 18th birthday last Friday. Everybody had a good time, except Victor. He said he felt more like a man 118 years the next day—but he has looked up the birthdays of all the rest of the employees, and— well, they'll have to join the Gym nasium and practice every day if they want to live thru what is com ing to them. G. A. Erickson reports that so far his special shoe sale has been very successful, a good many people having taken advantage of this op portunity to supply themselves with good footwear at reasonable price. Grue, March 5.—Miss Helen Gun derson, who is working in Willmar visited at home a few days, of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murray of Willmar came out here for an ex tended stay at the home of Mrs. Murray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Emberson. The Ladies Aid society of Eagle Lake met with Mrs. Axel Nelosn last Wednesday. A large crowd was present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. C. W. Peterson on April 28. Henry Olson of Minneapolis is visiting relatives around Eagle Lake. Miss Agnes Nelson boarded the train for Willmar on Friday. Miss Effie Peterson has been working for D. N. Tallman in Will mar for some time, but is now en joying a vacation at her parental home. All farmers are busy cleaning their seed grain, as seeding will soon be here. Mr .and Mrs. Ed Carlin and fam ily, of Willmar, came out here for a short visit with Mrs. Carlin's parents, before going to Chicago. P. W. Pederson is repairing his house. Henry Olson is assisting him. The Young People's society of Eagle Lake meets at the school house on the west side on April 28. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson left for Finley, N. D., on Friday. They intend to go to farming at once. A. B. Kleven made a trip to Willmar between trains on Wednes day. Miss Ragna Erickson visited at Spicer Monday and Tuesday. A. C. Carlson has rented the An drew Olson farm for one year. Oscar Johnson bought a team of horses at the Crommett auction March 10. Olof Dengerud returned from Fergus Falls last week. H. P. Rasmussen, Chas. Erickson and J. E. Murray attended the auc tion at O. Sonderson's place last Saturday. Julius Erickson has made the wood-sawing business quite a suc cess. He has been quiet busy all winter and is still keeping it up. Altho there are hardly any roads he manages to "get there" where they want their wood sawed. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Klevjer of Morris are visiting at the home of Ole Dengerud. Gilbert Guttormson is at present staying at Mrs. Erick Olson's place. We understand he sold out his farm ing outfit to M. D. Bakland. Mr. and Mrs. C. W.Pederson vi sited at C. A. Halvorson's place on Sunday. A. B. Kleven and a crew of "youngsters" went out for a sleigh ride party on Saturday evening, and after a little "get up Graut" they landed at Kandiyohi, and of course took in the home talent play. H. P. Rasmussen was out yester day tracing the tracks of a Buffalo. They say he shot (at) one last Sun day. Services will be held at the Eagle Lake church on Sunday March 28. Mrs. Lottie Anderson will leave for Irving this week for a short vi sit. E. T. Gunderson left for Harri son today for a short visit. John J. Johnson injured one of his fingers the other day by getting it into the gearing of a cream sep arator. In the Churches ENGLISH M. E. CHURCH. Thursday, 8 p. m,. public wor ship, song, prayer, sermon. Sun day, 10:45 a. m., sermon, subject, "Church Fellowship." 12 m., Sabbath school. 6:45 p. m., Ep worth League. 7:30 p. m., ser mon, subject, "Our Church and what It Stands for." Preacher, Rev. Crawfrod Grays. SWEDISH M. E. CHURCH. Rev. C. F. Edwards of Minneapo lis will preach this, Wednesday, evening at 7:30 o'clock He will also conduct services next Sunday evening at 7:30. Sunday school at 10 a. m., and Epworth League at 6:45 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, March 21, 10:30 a. m., Morning worship monthly book study: Joshua, the Book of Con quest. 12 m., Sabbath school. 6:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor meeting topic: Pilgrim's Pro gress series 3, "The Wicket Gate naisaiis Hu Kiiiej Turtle iri Refe Supect Row To Find Out. Fill a bottleorcommon glass withyour water and let it stand twenty-four hoars a brickdustsedi ment,orsettling, stringy or milky appearanceoften indicates an un healthy condi tion of the kid neys too fre quent desire to pass it or painin the back are also symptoms thattell you the kidneys and bladder are out of order and need attention. What To Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills almost every wish in correcting lheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver,bladderandeverypartoftheurinary passage. Correctsinabilitytoholdwater and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times dunng the night. The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest be causeofitsremarkable health restoring prop erties. If you need a medicine you should havethebest. Sold by druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes. Hn» ot~bwup-Koot. You may have a sample bottle sent free bymail Address Dr. Kilmer&Co., Bing hamton, N. Y. Mention this paper and rememberthename, Dr. Kilmer'sSwamp Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. leader, Ruth Hennings. 7:30 p. m, song and preaching service ser mon subject, "What is a Chris tian?" LUTHERAN FREE CHURCH. Lenten services Thursday evening at 7:30. Regular services next Sunday at 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible class at 12:15 p. m. You are cordially invited. LUTHERAN SYNOD CHURCH. Next Sunday no services either forenoon or evening. The pastor will preach at St. Cloud that day. Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. The choir meets tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock the chorus choir meets at 8:30. The East Vinje Ladies society meets with Mrs. Bernhard Bredeson on Thursday, March 25. The Bible class meets Monday, March 29, at 8 p. m. Gospel preachine service in Pen nock Sunday morning at 10:30, with reorganization of Sunday school. Services at Priam Sunday after noon at three o'clock, also with re organization of Sunday school. Thos. Scotton, Sunday School Missionary. ST. MARYS' CHURCH. Eighth street and Litchfield Ave. Mass every first and third Sunday in Willmar. Every second and fourth Sunday at St. Patrick's church, Kandiyohi. Rev. J. Malloy, Priest. Lenten Services—During Lent devotions will be held every Friday evening, at 7:30 o'clock. These de votions will consist of the Stations of the Cross and instruction upon the Ten Commandments, followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment. Every first and third Sun day during Lent there will be even ing services and sermon each even ing. All are welcome to attend these exercises. SW. LUTH. BETHEL CHURCH. Services next Sunday forenoon. At the services tomorrow after noon in connection with the meet ing of the Ladies society, Rev. Pe terson will preach one of his series of Lenten sermons. At the close coffee and lunch will be served. Mesdames Hilda Broman and Lars Moline will entertain. CARD OF THANKS. We desire in this manner to thank our friends, especially the railway postal clerks and their wives, the members of the post office department and the members of the M. W. A. for the kindness and sympathy which they extended to us during the sickness and after the death of our wife and daughter. Also thanks for the many and beau tiful flowers. A. M. Endersbe. Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson, Tracy. Mrs. Anna Nelson and Misses Hilda Holmberg and Lottie Run berg were among those from here who attended "Those Dreadful Twins," the play given at Kandiyo hi Saturday evening by the Kandi yohi Komedy Kompany. They all agreed that the twins were dread ful in fact, that they were consi derably worse than Napoleon, the first, last and only bud of the New lyweds—and he is SOME bad. Announcement. I wish to announce that I have opened a confectionery store in the Kent building on Litchfield avenue, to be known as The White House Confectionery. The building has been remodeled and fitted out with modern fixtures and I have put in a stock of fresh and re liable goods. I solicit a share of your patronage. Give me a call and yon will call again. Yours to please, TEDDY ROSBY I First publication March 3,1909 4wk.] Citation for Hearing on Final Acoount and for Distribution. ESTATB OP OLE J. PEDERSON State of Minnesota, County of Kandiyohi, in Probate Court In the Matter of the Estate of Ole Peder son, Decedent The State ot Minnesota to all per sons interested in the final account and distribution of the estate of said deced ent: The representative of the above named decedent, having filed in this court his final account of the administration of the estate of said decedent, together with his petition praying for the adjustment and allowance of said final account and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereun to entitled, 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 Court House, in the City of Willmar in the County of Randi) ohi State of Minnesota, on the 29th day of March 1909, atone o'clock P. why said petition should not be granted Witness, the Judge of said court, and the Seal of said Court, this 28th day of February 1909. [CODBT SBAI.J A NORDIN, Probate Judge GEO H. OTTERNESS, Attorney for Petitioner (Fir9t publication March 10-4\v Citation For Hoaring on Final Account and for Distribution ESTATE OF ANNE MARIE CHRISTEX- SON STATE OP MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi, In Probate Court In the Matter of the estate of Anne Marie Christenson, Decedent The State of Minnesota to all persons inter ested the final account and distribution of said decedent The representative of the above named decedent, having filed in this court his final account of the administration of the estate of said decedent, together with bis petition praying tor the adjustment and allowance of said final account and fordistri bution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled, therefore, you, and each of you, are hereby cited and requir ed to show cause, ifany you have, before 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 5th daj of April 1909, at one clock why said petition should not be grant ed Witness, the Judge of said court, and the Seal of said Court, this 9th day of March 1909. COURT* A NORDIN SEAL Probate Judge GEO OTTERNESS Attorney for Petitioner Willmar Minn [First Publication March 10-4w] Citation for Hearing on Final Account and Distribution. ESTATE OF OLE SOLUM STATE OF MINNESOTA, County ot Kandiyohi In Probate Court In the Matter of the Estate of Ole Solum, decedent The State of Minnesota to all persons in terested in the final account and distribution of the estate of said decedent The represent ative of the above named decedent, having filed in this court her final account of the ad ministration of the estate of said decedent, together with her petition praying for the adjustment and allowance of said final ac count and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled. Therefore, You, and each of sou, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if anv you have, before this court at the Probate Court Rooms in the Court House, in the City of Willmar in the County of Kandij ohi State of Minnesota, on the 5th day of April 1909, at one o'clock why said petition should not be granted Witness, the ludge of said court, and the Seal of said court, this 8th day of March 1909 Court A NORDIN Seal Probate Judge GEO OTTERNESS Attorney for Petitioner Willmar, Minn LFirst publication Mar 17 4w Citation for Hearing on Petition to Sell Land. ESTATE OF JOHN NELSON STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi, In Probate Court In the Matter of the Estate of John Nelson Decedent The State of Minnesota to all persons inter ested in the sale ot certain lands belonging to said decedent Tbe petition of A Hedin as representative of the above named decedent being duly filed in thiscourt, representing that it is necessary and for the best interests of said estate and of all interested therein that cer tain lanasof saiddecedent described therein be sold and praying that a license be to him granted to sell the same Now 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 Court House, in the city of Willmar, county of Kandiyohi state of Minnesota, on the Utb day of April 1909, at one o'clock why the prayer of said petition should not be granted Witness the Judge of said Court, and the seal of said court, this 15th day of March 190*) A NORDIN, [Court Seal] Judge of Probate Court ELIAS RACHIE. Attorney for petitioner, Willmar Minn [First publication March 17] Citation for Hearing on Petition for Probate of Will. ESTATE OF MARGARETHA DAMEROW STATE OF MINNESOTA County of Kandiyohi, In Probate Court In the Matter of the Estate of Margaretha Damerow, Decedent The State of Minnesota to all persons in terested in the allowance and probate of the will of said decedent The petition of John Damerow being duly filed in this court, repres senting that Margaretha Damerow then a resi dent of the County of Kandiyohi, State of Minnesota, died on the 16th day of August 190b, leaving a last will and testament which is presented to this court with said petition and praying that said instrument be allowed as the last will and testament of said decedent, and that letters of Administration with Will annexed be issued thereon to George Dam erow Now therefore, 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 tbe City of Willmar, County of Kandiyohi, State of Minnesota on the 12th day of April 1909, at one o'clock whv the prayer of said petition should not oe granted Witness the Honorable A Nordin Judge of said court, and the seal of said court this 15th day of March, 1909 A NOBDIN SEAL] Probate Judge E COVELL, Attorney for Petitioner VALUABLE INFORMATION for the Buyers of SEWING MACHINES QUALITIES TO CONSIDER IN MAKING A PURCHASE, Does it run easy* Does it look good. 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