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*S*5"C I Mrs. P. P. Lien and children left last week for their Minnesota home. Anton Gjerdet has built a sub stantial barn, and a living house is now being pushed to completion under the management of Gust Lungstrom and Olaf Lien. Steam and gasoline breaking out fits with from 8 to 10 plows are contracting for breaking, and com plete their routine finish like threshers in the east, with shifts running night and day and Sundays. Oscar Edberg had 65 acres broken in less than three days. G. E. Berg quist also employed gasoline break ers and has 85 acres under plow. Geo. Stene is employed by Ed. Obert, the owner of a gasoline breaker. Olaf Hamburg returned from Norway Lake some time ago and can be found at his shack singing: "There is no place like home". Gabriel Stene's house is complet ed and just under going the final finishing by the paint brush. John, Hans and Louis Cailson formerly of Dovre can be found in a most brilliant humor on their respective sections all in a line. John Quam is having in crop some over 200 acres. This country has an English Sun day school organization which is progressing and doing fine work. When a squatter brings a load of lumber to his intended claim and is met by a stranger offering $600 for removing the lumber and giv ing up his right, he certainly is justified to believe and pin his faith to the future of this country. 9/9 W*8m&9&Q9/eto Lumber! Lumber! If you intend building bring your lumber bill to our WILLMAR office and get our prices for lumber from our PRIAM lumber yard. We will save you money on a small bill well as on a larger bill. NEW L0NO0N MILLING CO Letter From North Dakota. Amor, N. June 11—Two days of rain after a lap&e of three weeks since the last soaking shower, baw, plane and paint brush are put aside to give place to the pencil for a few lines to the Tribune. Grass and grain are smiling and the flowers play hide-and-go-seek in between the showers, while the shack colo nist winks one eye as to say: "Fine this for the growing crops." Nine emigrant loads were seen at Shingling striving over the coun try in less than one hour. About 100 car loads of emigrant goods have bene unloaded at Bowman and about 80 at Rhame this spring, so it is plainly seen that those who aresixth availing themselves of the oppor tunity given by Uncle Sam to get 160 acres of land are coming in at a lively rate. Arne Boe of Arotander has got his stables built and is hauling lumber for a dwelling. Some difficulty was experienced in digging the cellar for G. Stene, in striking rook which could not be penetrated. Finally Lars Vik was consulted, who claims to be a stu dent of anarchistic views and senti ment, and after a weeks work the cellar was finally completed by means of bombarding of fuse blast ing powder and dynamite. John Quam and C. A. Bergquist both Kandiyohians are counted among the bunch of four aspiring for nomination for county auditor of Bowman Go., on June 29. Olaf Ghristianson is staying on his claim and is giving some assist ance in the building of Stene's house. Batchelors life! oh, how—yes—. We put on our coffee pot and vouch to compete with any Minnesota res taurants. Bacon, eggs, butter and bread and other side dishes are served according to test on Euro pean style. Potato mash or any other kind of mash desired and the batchelors as a rule are a happy bunch. The shacks are small but we are happy to believe that many a noble and big heart has been con cealed in a humble cabin. U-no-ho. SAVE MONEY! When you need the services of an Undertaker call on I OLSON LICENSED EMBALMER Up-to-Date Funeral Furnishings at the Very Lowest Prioes. No Charge for Embalming and Attendance. Office: 309 Litchfield Ave W. 'Phone 118 J. as Real Estate Transfers. the Real estate transfers for week ending June 4, 1910. Town of East Lake Lillian. May 31—State of Minnesota trustees of School District No. part of nw of ne \, sec. 20. to 81 to June 3—State of Minnesota Horace B. Anderson, sw £of se sec. 18, 40 a.. $200.00. June 3—Horace B. Anderson to Erick Erickson, sw iof se J, sec. 18, 40 a.,$1.00 Town of Lake Lillian. June 3 Gold-Stabeck Land & Credit Co. to George F. Gage, se iof se i, sec. 30, 49, a., $1.00. Town of Lake Elizabeth. June 4—Probate Court to G. A. Glader, representative, of nw exc. (55x11 rods), sec. 20 lot 3 of lot 6, sec. 19 se of sw J, sec. 17 I of of lot 3, sec. 3, 146.35 a. June 4—G. A. Glader as rep resentative to Charles W. Holmgren, of nw I exc (55 11 rods,) sec 20 lot 3 of lot 6. sec. 19 se£ of sw i, sec 17 of of lot 3, sec. 3, 146.35 a., $2000.00. Town of Fahlun. May 31—State of Minnesota to L. O. Thorpe, of nw of nw i, sec. 36, 20 a., $180.00 May 31—L. O. Thorpe to ming S. Nelson, of nw £, sec. 36, 20 a., $180 00. Hem of nw Town of Whitefield. Au- May 31—Anders Jonson to gust A. Johnson, of nw J, nw of nw £, se of nw £, sec. 13 of ne £, of se £, 2 acres of ne of se £, sec. 14 ne of nw £, sec. 24, 362 50 a ., $8000.00. Town of Edwards. June 4—Clara L. Orth to Will iam Jordan, se sec 7 of sw £, sec. 8, 240 a., $10,800.00. Town of Gennessee. June 3—William Anderson to Martin A. Anderson, 4jof se £, I of sw £, sec. 20 nw of ne £, sec. 29 se of se £, sec. 21, 240 a., $12,000.00. Town of Kandiyohi. June 1 —Nelson Latterell to Jo hanna De Foe, of ne £, nw of ne £, ne of nw sec. 2 160 a., $6720.00. Town of Willmar. June 2—A. C. Skoog et alto Jallmer F. Nyquist, the und. one part of lot 6, sec. 2 and of lot 2, sec. 3 and of lot 2, sec. 10 and of lotl, sec. 11, $4166.66 June 2—Gunder Hegtveit to J. W. Ostlund, the und. one sixth part of lot 6, sec. 2, and of lot 2, sec. 3 and of lot 2, sec. 10 and of lot 1, sec. 11, $4166.66. Town of St. Johns. June 4—Lewis J. Lundvall to John E Gesch, ne of ne £, sec. 15, 40 a., $1100.00 Town of Harrison. June 1—Wesley Sanders to Char les F. Kragenbring, of ne £, ne of se £, sw of ne £, nw of se £, ne of sw exc. 8 and acres and lot 3, sec. 15, 127.95 a., $11,650.00. Town of Dovre. June 1— Edna W. MacLaughlin to A. O. Bryant, part of lot 53 of Gov't lot 8, sec. 24, 30 a., $500 00. June 1—John J. Skataas to Charles A. Baklund, of se of nw £. sec. 26, 20 a., $870.00. Town of Mamre. June 2—Frank G. Handy to Brit ta C. Bergstrom, part of lot 1, sec. 9 part of lot 5, sec. 10, 2 a., $82 50. Town of New London,. June 4—Joseph H. Neer to Alice L. Neer, 22i acres of ne of nw and 37J of nw of nw £, sec. 10, 60 a., $1.00. Town of Lake Andrew. Mav 31—Central Trust Co. of New York to Ida Bergquist, nw of ne £, sec. 1, 40 a., $320.00. May 31—John P. Carlson to Ida Residence: 311 First St., 'Phone 118 L. Bergquist, ne of nw £, bee. 1, 40 a., $560.00. Town of Burbank. June 2—Olai Stevens to Torkel lorkelson, 4 of sw £, sw of se £, sec. 5 of se of sw £, sec. 7, 140 a., $2.00. June 2—Gestine E. Otteson to Torkel Torkelson, und. one third of equal und. one seventh of of sw sw of se £, sec. 5 and of of se of sw £, sec. 7, $80.00,. June 2—William R. Wrolson to Torkel Torkelson, und. «one third of equal und. one seventh of of sw £, sw of se £, sec 5 and of of se of sw £, sec. 7, $80.00. June 2—Selmer O. Imsland to Torkel Torkelson, und. of of »w £, sw of se£, sec. 5 and of n| of se of sw £, sec. 7, $200.00. June 2—Theodor O. Wrolson to Torkel Torkelson, und. one third of equal und. one seventh of of sw £, sw£. of se £, sec. 5 and of I of se of sw £, sec. 7. $80.00 Village of New London. June 4—Henry Winblad to Wil liam Lungstrom,lots 5 and 6. bl. 1. $90.00. June 4—Joseph O Estreni to Hen ry Winblad & William Lungstrom, lots 5 and 6, bl. 1, $200.00. Village of Raymond. June 2—Ludvig Job to Adolph Jobe, part of Gov't lot 2, north of Ry., sec. 19, unplatted parts, $400.00. Village of Spicer. June 4— Green Lake State Bank to Bennie Hendrickson and John Jacobs, the west 1£ feet of the west 25 feet of lots 1 and 2, bl. 22, $75.00. Real estate transfers for the week ending June 11, 1910. Town of East Lake Lillian. June 7—State of Minnesota to Erick Erickson, sw of se £, sec. 18, 40 a. Town of Gennessee. June 6—Probate Court to Chris tine Lind et al, part of lot 1, sec. 35, 5 a. June 8—Perry M. Johnson to Louis A. Hedlund, nw of sw of se £, sec. 11. 10 a., $3600.00 Town of Dovre. June 6—F. J. Crouch to Carrie Samuelson, commencing 24 chains and 43 links east of the section post of section 24, thence north 6 chains, 25 links to lake shore, thence by lake shore 2 chains and 85 links in Eastings, thence south 7 chains and 40 links, thence west 2 chains and 25 links to beginning, being lot 2 of lot 3, sec. 24, 2 a., $90 00. Town of New London. June 6—Probate Court to Britta Olson et al, lot 10 bl. 4, Oak Hill cemetery in sw of ne £, sec. 10. Town of Colfax. June 6—John Olson to Olof J. Olson, lot 4, lot 1 of lot 7, se of sw £, sec. 22, 65 a .,$100.00. June 6—Probate Court to Britta Olson et al, nw of sw £, of sw £, sec. 13 ne of se £, sw of ne, sec. 14 of nw£, sw£ of nw £, nw of ne £, sec. 24, 360.a. June 6—Probate Court to Christ ine Thompson et al, of se £, sec. 26, 40 a. Village of New London. June 6—Probate Court to Britta Olson et al, north 100 feet of lot 1 and all of lot 2, bl. 4. DOING THEIR DUTY Scores of Willmar Readers Are Learning the Duty of the Kidneys. To filter the blood is the kid neys' duty. When they fail to do this the kidneys are sick. Backache and many kidney ills follow. Urinary trouble, diabetes. Doan's Kidney Pills cure them all. Willmar people endorse our claim. A. W. McKusick, 702 Second St. Willmar, Minn., says: "I was troubled for over two years by my kidneys. These organs were weak, the secretions being too fre quent in passage and breaking my rest. I was subject to dizzy spells and headaches, at times so severe that I nearly fell. I was also very nervous and irritable, especially at night and I arose in the morning feeling tired and languid. Sudden cricks seized me in my back and at such times Ijcould hardly move. I ran down in health and was in bad shape when I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills. I procured a box and in a short time they had cured me. It gives me pleasure to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to other kidney sufferers." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Poster-Milburn Co., Buffa lo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's— and take no other. WILL BUY JUNK. Spring is here, and I am again prepared to buy scrap iron, rags, rubbers and hides. Bring in any thing in this line you may have for sale, or notify me by mail or tele phone and I will call for it, whether you live in the city or in the coun try. I pay the highest prices. J. J. Rivkin, 608 Litchfield ave, W. The Metropolitan barber shop, Bank of Willmar building, B. T. Otos, proprietor, is the shop to get a shave, hair cut or bath. A. T. Bjur spent Saturday even ing at Axel Bjnr's. Walter and Levi Norblom and Ar thur Mattson were pleasant visitors at the August Olsen home Sunday afternoon. Mr.' and Mrs. C. G. Ericson and children called at A. T. Bjur's Sun day. August Norin called on John Mattson's Thursday evening. The Ladies Aid of the baptist church held their meeting at Per Olson's last Thursday afternoon. A pleasant surprise was sprung on John Engstrom on the evening of June 4. A purse of $12.50 was left as a memento of the occasion. Dr. Harold Porter of Willmar was a Lake Elizabeth visitor one evening last week. Leonard Boom spent Sunday at August Melin's. Rev. and Mrs. Nelson were At water visitors last Monday. August Norin went to Fairfax last Saturday to visit with his sis ter, Mrs. Joe Calfgen's. Ruth Olsen spent Sunday after noon at August Olsen's. Ole Sharstrom, Arthur Mattson and Anne Mathieson called at Wil lie Carlson's Sunday afternoon. Arthur Bjur spent Saturday at Rev. Hultgren of Atwater. Ole Sharstrom made a flying trip to Svea in his new auto Sunday evening. He did not meet with any of his usual accidents during this trip. Roy Bowman and Hattie Fors berg were pleasantly entertained at August Olsen's Sunday. Astrid Nelson spent Saturday and Sunday at August Melin's. Roy Broman and Axel Bjork lund made a pleasant call at Ga briel Lund's Thursday evening. Rueben Ekbom was a pleasant cal ler at the Gabriel Lund home Satur day evening. Axel Bjur called at A. T. Bjur's last Friday. Mr. Swenson of Atwater is now busy putting up anew barn for Al bert Bjur. Fredman Jackson is as sisting him. Ray Strong of Route 1 is having his vacation now. Chester John son hauls the mail instead. The Epworth League of Rosen dale met at Leander Campbell's last Thursday evening. A sermon was given by Rev. Edwards. After the meeting alight lunch was served. The rest of the evening was spent in playing games. A very pleasant time is reported by every one pres ent. August, Albin and Arthur Bjur called at Axel Bjur's Friday even ing. Dr. Oliver Porter called at S. B. Glader's one day last week. Subscriptions Paid. The following have paid subscrip tions to the Tribune during the past two weeks: Peter Sherman, O. B. Berkness, O. N. Erickson, Theo. S. Nelson, Olof Anderson, Mrs. Em ma Miller, Ole Thorson, Ludvig Thorson, Iver Lindquist, F. O. Ny atrom, M. Walner, Otto Negaard, Mrs. J. W. Galliford, Selma An derson. K. T. Otos, Thos. Knutson, O. E. Ruble, K. H. Nelson, Bertin us Kiland, Mabel Halvorson, And. Ray, M. T. Quamme, P. J. Rasmus son, Wm. Bergstrom, Martin Iver son, C. W. Peterson, Peter Lunde moe, Horace Reese, Peter Larson, Olga Walberg, Arthur Walberg, A. O. Nordstrom, C. O. Johnson, Christian Elkjer, Gilbert Baklund, H. Brouwer, WANTED. A man with team, to plow, drag and seed the ground around factory and todo some grading for road. Inquire at office or factory. THE AM ERICAN MANUFACTUR ING CORPORATION. 40 acres good land 4 miles south of Willmar, 20 acres cultivated, bal ance best kind of meadow. For price and particulars write, J. H. Jacobeon, Thief River Falls, Minn. \A/lllrrair -Tribune*, W a IS, I9I O Sensible Savings Talks. —XVI— IT REQUIRES KNOWLEDGE To invest successfully It is not a matter to be left to chance or to the advice of promoters. Therefore the small investor can well afford to put his savings in this bank, where they will not be beyond recall in an emergency, where safety is absolutely assured, where small additions may be regularly made, and where their earning power will be constant The safe investment is, in the long run, always the best one. Savings deposits received from one dollar up. KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK KEELIZABETH LEAKING^- Lake Elizabeth, June 13—Laura Olsen has been doing some dress making for John Forsberg's the past week. Misses Minnie Johnson, Astrid Nelson and Caroline Youngberg were pleasant visitors at Theodor Bjur's Thursday evening. The Lutheran church of Rosen dale held a coffee social at John Glass Saturday evening June 4. Quite a large sum of money was taken in and a very nice time is re ported. Arthur, Hjalmar and Selma Ros sell called at Gabriel Lunds Satur day evening. School Dedication Exercises rtfere will be graduation and de dication exercises in the Lincoln school-house, in Town of Kprkhov en, Swift County, Saturday eve ning, June 18, at 8 o'clock. The program is as follows: Invocation, Rev. Sotendahl Salutatory Albert Kirkeboe Yes, we are happy to-night, Mary Elieson. Song, Choir. A Tribute to our Honored Dead, Laura Boe. Music, Orchestra. An appeal to Young Men, Clara Rime. True Greatness, Albert Kirkeboe. Music, Band. Our Country, Mary Elieson. Song, Choir. Patriotic Drill, School children. Valedictory, Laura Boe. Music, Orchestra. Farewell, Clara Rime. Adress, Supt. H. S. Hilleboe. Music, Band. Address, J. N. Edwards. Presentation of Diplomas, Supt. Lillie Thorson. Music, Orchestra. Song, Choir. Benediction. ERIE HOUSE AND BARN PAINT—Place your order today with C. A. Olson, Willmar, for the high grade Erie house paint at $1.55 and barn paint at 75c per gal lon. Guaranteed absolutely pure. 9f SHRUBS TO SET OUT. The Willmar Green House has some hardy hydrangea, snowball and spirea shrubs already to set out. If you wish for anything of this kind telephone your order, for now is the time to set them out. "Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more, but—! 4-52 John Lundquist." Don't send a job of printing out of town before the TRIBUNE has had the chance to figure on it. Choice Barred Rocks. 15 Eggs, $1 Mrs. Rosa Noll, R. 4, Brooten, Minn. 9-22 (First publication June 8-4t Citation for Hearing on Petition for Determination of Descent of Land. ESTATE OF JOHN ANDERSON State of Minnesota, County of Kandiyohi, in Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of John Johnson, Decedent The State of Minnesota to all persons interested in the determination of the descent the real estate of said decedent The gfe it on of John Johnson a in een filed in this court, representing that said decedent died more than five years prior to the filing thereof, leaving certain real estate in said petition described, and that no will of decedent has been proved nor administration of his estate granted in this state, and praying that the descent of said real estate be determined by this court Therefore you and each of you, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, before this court at the Probate Court Room in the Court House the city of Willmar in the county of Kandiyohi, state of Minnesota, on the 5th day of Julv 191C, at tow o'clock P. why said peti tion should not be granted. Witness the Judge of said court, and the seal thereof, this 6st day of June 1910. (COURT! T. O GILBERT, I SBAL Probate fudge. W. STANFORD, Attorney for Petitioner, Willmar, Minn. Buy Your Oil and Greases DIRECT From anIndependent Refiner and Support Fair Competition. We are entirely Independent and in way connected with the Trust. Sunlight Oil is Unexcelled. Remember we manufacture the cele brated sunlight coal oil and gasoline which has no equal. Sunlight coal oil, the best OIL for incubators, is a triple distilled oil free from sulphur and pure water white in color All our lubricating oils and greases are compounded from the very best stocks that can be manufactured and have a high fire test, a good cold test, a high viscosity, and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Every lot of illuminating or lubri cating oil manufactured by this com pany is first subject to a careful ex amination in our chemical laboratory with the greatest scientific care to ob tain pnrity, uniformity and quality and will stand the most severe test to which they can be put OUR GUARANTEE All our goods are fully guaranteed and are the best that can be produced. We also guarantee them to give per fect satisfaction, or your money will be refunded. KANSAS CITY OIL CO, Independent Refiners State Headquarters, MANKATO, MINN. A STORY OF REAL LIFE By WARRINGTON ABERT Copyright. 1910. by American Press Association Strange incidents have brought about marriages, but the stiaugeot of all washave that which served to unite uie and my wife. If 1 hadn't opened a certain book on a certain day 1 should either have remained a bachelor or married some one else. Had 1 opened that same book a day earlier there would have been no such effect. I could not have opened it a day later, for 1 have ne\er since been in the room where it was kept. I was at the time curate of a church in a small but aristocratic town. My salary was $000 a year I had heard stories of girls setting their caps for unmarried clergymen, but I saw no evidence of the truth of these stories in my own case. Most of the girls of the congregation were daughters of well to do, some of them ricb. parents. Whether the girls did not encourage me because they were aware that I iad nothing but my salary or because I was not especially attractive to them I don't know. The fact remains that I was not encouraged I thought at the time that my ser mons were a trifle too heavy for their intellects I was* given to philosophic thought, and my thoughts found a vent in my homilies. I could see from the want of attention of these girls when I was preaching that they were thinking of the set of their gar ments, the appearance of their hats and sucb matters rather than of the ideas 1 was endeavoring to convey to them But there was one young lady whom I noticed h^ed her attention upon me from the time I began to speak until I had finished I would hare been at a loss to know whether her interest was in my remarks or me had she not the moment I had concluded my sermon turned to her hymn book or her pocket book for the collection, seeming to for get all about me. As she was the only young ladj in the church with a for tune in her ow right I never dreamed of marrying her, though she was rath er good looking and a very estimable person Of course 1 had the entree to her home, and many a pleasant evening or afternoon I spent with her chatting upon subjects that were agreeable to me and seemed to be agreeable to her. She appeared to be pleased to start me talking and sat with some fancy work in her hands listening. At that time 1 supposed a man entertaining to women to be one who could talk well. I have since learned that a good listener would be his most dangerous rival. But the lady did not seem to care to talk herself, leaving me to do it all. This kind of chat about ideas is a very poor conductor for any warming of the heart Love is not intellectual. A rhinoceros may love, but a rhinoc eros is not a thinker Birds love, but they don't reason as to where they will build their nest.. Instinct tells them how and where to do that. I never made a start on saying anything ten der To do so did not occur to me. A curate with nothing but a petty salary to make love to a girl with a fortune in her own right! 1 should expect to be turned out of the house and probably my pastorate at such presumption. I received a call that would give me no more salary, but I considered the field a bettei one than the one I occu pied. I wished to be a worker as well as a preacher In the parish where I was there were few poor people and consequently little good to be done among those who most need, to my thinking, a clergyman. I accepted the call and the evening before my de parture for my new field called upon the young lady who had shown so much appreciation of my intellectual endowments I had some new and, as I thought, original points to bring up by which 1 hoped to leave a final impression In the midst of my presentation of my views my friend rose and asked to be excused for a few moments. 1 was a trifle put out, for I had reached an important turn in what I was saying. Since she did not return at once I cast about for something to look over while waiting I sat beside a table, and on this table was a single book. Taking it up, I opened it. It was a trashy novel Turning over the leaves, I came upon a piece of paper on which was written an unfinished note. 1 was about to put it aside when my eyes caught my own name. Before my ideas of right had time to crystallize I had seen enough to com pel me to see more. This is what 1 read: "George Dunham goes away tomor row, and my heart goes with him. 1 would be happy if he had said one word from the heart rather than mil lions from the brain. This waste of words"— When the writer of this fragment re turned I bad risen and was looking out of the window. She resumed her seat as though she expected me to resume my intellectual discussion. Instead I fired at her a whole blunderbuss load of the worst love twaddle man ever spoke to woman. Before sending this story to the printer as "an incident from real life" I showed it to my wife. She read it through carefully. I watching her to note its effect upon her. 1 expected to see indications of surprise. I was disappointed "Stupid!" she exclaimed. "Do you mean to tell me It never occurred to you that I left that note there for you to see?" Notice to Owners of Dogs. Notice is hereby given that the 1910 Dog License is now must be paid forthwith, the undersigned or at Clerk's office. Any dog found run ning at large on the streets without the license tag will be impounded and dealt with as provided in the Ordinance. Dated Willmar, Minn., June 7,1910. due and either to the City Alfred Gilbertson, 17-2 Chief of Police. Hotel Radisson Minneapolis Reservations of Rooms ia Ad vance will Assure the Guest what He Wants. Prices of room at Hotel Radisson, Nicollet,avenue and 7th street, Minne apolis, are so arranged as to give the guest the choice of rooms with or without toilet and bath. All rooms a stationary wash-stand and cir culating artisian ice-water. The Rad isson has: 40 rooms at $1.50 single, $3.50 double 70 rooms at $2.00 single, $3.00 double 50 rooms at $2 00 single, $4.00 double 45 rooms at $3.00 single, $5.00 double 50 rooms at $3.50 single, $5.00 double 35 rooms at $4 00 single, $5 50 double 20 rooms at $4.50 single. $6.00 double 3J rooms at $5.00 single, $6.50 double 10 rooms with twin beds, $6.00. Rooms at $1.50 have privilege of bath and toilet on same floors without extra charge, rooms at $2.00 have the privilege of bath and also have pri vate toilet, and all rooms at $2.50 and upwards include private bath and toilet One hundred sample rooms are of unusual size. The Radisson, since its opening, has as a rule been filled to capacity, sometimes being over-taxed, and for this reason occasionally is not able to supply guests with the class of room desired immediately. To avoid get ting on the waiting list for rooms, if practicable, write, making reserva tions, stating class of room desired and probable time of arrival, three days in advance. The management makes this sug gestion as it particularly desires to accommodate its Northwestern visitors and to give them what they want at the prices they wish to pay. An ad dition shortly to be completed will give the Radisson one hundred more rooms. The hotel is conducted on the Euro pean plan with half portion service in its restaurants of superior quality and at prices same as charged in other first class restaurants in the Twin Cities. Absolutely fire proof. 16 4 TO BE SOLD TO HIGHEST BID DER—TWO IMPROVED MINNESOTA FARMS. The Surety Investment Company of David City, Nebraska, will re ceive open bids by mail, telegraph, or otherwise on conditions follow ing, for the improved Minnesota farmsdescribed below:. No. 1. 497 acres. S. I N. W. and S. W. of section 18, and S. W. 1 and N. W. I of N. W. £. andSTATS E. of N. W. of section 19, all in township 119, Range 35, Kandi yohi County, Minnesota, standing in the name of Anton Ptacek. 250 acres in cultivation, balance pasture and meadow. Large barn, granary, fair house, wind-mill, etc. Part fenced and cross fenced. 2£ miles southwest of Willmar. county seat, and only 100 miles west of St. Paul and Minneapolis. School within half mile. Mortgage of $6,000 drawing 5 per cent. No. 2. 120 acres. S. E. 1 of N. E. and N. of S. E. 1 of section 11, Township 103, Range 35, Jackson County, Minnesota, standing in the name of J. D. Hasik. Large gran ary, barn, house, etc. Good well and excellent water. 90 acres in cultivation, balance pasture and meadow. 7 miles from Jackson, county seat. miie to school. 1 mile to German church. 24 miles to creamery, blacksmith and store. Rural free delivery and telephone service. Terms and Conditions. Bids on above farms will be re ceived at the office of the Surety Investment Company, David City, Nebraska, or by mail or telegraph, until June 20th, 1910, but the com pany reserves the right to accept any bid made before that time, and to sell either or both of said prem ises, if satisfactory offer should be received. Immediate sale is desir ed as money is needed to make pay ments on other investments already made. Therefore, the Company will accept the first offer which is within reason, even though consid erably below the fair cash value. All bids shall be open and all bid ders shall have the right to know the amounts bid by other parties. Sums bid will be made known on application, and names and addresses of all bidders will be known after payment of earnest money. Bids will be received on both farms to gether or separately. TERMS. On No. 1, Willmar farm, $1, 500 cash on acceptance of offer by owner: purchaser to assume mortgage of $6,000 at 5 per cent balance to be paid in cash or bank able security on delivery of abstract and deed. No. 2, Jackson farm, $1,000 cash on acceptance of offer by owner balance cash or bankable security on delivery of abstract and deed. Here, then, is a chance to buy two good farms at sacrifice prices for the owners must and will sell to highest bidder unless bid is beyond reason. Write or wire your bid at once, for the first bid in, may be the one to be accepted, if it is a fair offer. Address all communications to The Surety Investment Company, 2t David City, Nebraska. Train. No. 3—From St. Paul 4—From Seattle 9—From St. Paul 10—From Fargo, Grand Forks. 13—From St. Paul 14—From Fargo 21—From St. Paul 22—To St Paul 31—From St. Cloud, Duluth 32—From Sioux City. SI—For Sioux City, Yankton.... OS—From Sioux City, Yankton (First Publication, Jane lst-7t's) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE BY ADVERTISEMENT. Default having been made in the conditions of that certain mortgage, duly executed and delivered by August Norstedt and Ida Nordstedt, his wife, mortgagors, to Ole Halvorson, mortgagee, bearing date the 4th day of August, 190S, with power of sale therein contained, and duly re corded in the Oiface of the Register of Deeds in and for the County of Kandiyohi and State of Minnesota, on the 14th day of August, A. D. 1905, at 3 30 o'clock, in Book No 28 of Mortgages on Page 209, by the failure and neglect of said mortgagors to make payment of the sum of Seven Hun dred Fifty and no-100 ($750.00) Dollars principal, by said mortgage secured, which' sum with interest, by its terms became duel and payable on or before August 4th. 1908,1 and which default has continued to the date! of this notice, And whereas, there is actually due and claimed to be due and payable at the date of~% this notice the sum of Seven Hundred Fifty and no-lOO ($750 OO) Dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent per an num from the 4th. day of August, A. D. 1909, which interest amounts to Forty-nine and 60 100 ($49.60) Dollars, and whereas, said power of sale has become operative, and no action or proceeding, at law or otherwise, has been instituted to recover the debt secur edjby said mortgage, or any part thereof, Now Therefore, Notice is Hereby Given, that by virture of the said power of sale con tained in said mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises described in and conveyed by said mortgage, to wit A strip of land FUty five (55) feet wide across Lots Seventeen (17) and Eighteen (18) in Block Five (5) in the ViUage of New London, described more particularly as fol lows -Beginning at a point on the east line of Lot Eighteen (18), Block Five(5), twenty five (25) feet south and distant from the Northeast corner of said Lot Eighteen (18), Block Five (5), thence west, across Lots Eighteen (18) and Seventeen (17) on a line parallel with the north boundary line of said Lots Seventeen (17) and Eighteen (18). Block Five (5) to the west boundary line of Lot Seventeen (17), Block Five (5), thence south on west boundary line of Lot Seventeen (17), fifty-five (55) feet, thence east across Lots Seventeen (17) and Eighteen (18), Block Five (5), on a line parallel with the north boundary line of Lots Seventeen (17) and Eighteen (18), Block Five (5) to theeast line of Lot Eighteen (181, Block Five (5), thence north on east boundary line of Lot Eighteen (18), Block Five (5), fifty-five (55) feet to the place of beginning, as per the sur vey and plat of the Town, now Village of New London, on file and of record in the Office of the Register of Deeds in and for Kan diyohi County, State of Minnesota, situated in the County ot Kandiyohi and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments andV appurtenances thereunto belonging: Said sale will be made by the Sheriff of said Kandiyohi County, at the front door of the County Court House, the City of Willmar, in the said County and State, on the 16th day of July, A 1910, at the hour of ten o'clock, A of that day, at public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt of Seven Hundred Fifty and no-lOO ($750 OO) Dollars and interest, and the tax es if any, on said premises, as stipulated by said mortgage in case of foreclosure, togeth er with Fifty ($50 OO) Dollars attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law, sub ject to the right of redemption at any time within one year from the date of sale, as provided by law Dated May 31st, A 1910. OLE HALVOKSON, Mortgagee. W STANFORD, Attorney for Mortgagee, Willmar, Minnesota [First publicationJune 8—it Citation for Hearing on Petition for Ad ministration. ESTATE OF PEDER O NEGAARD OF MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi, In Probate Court In the Matter of the Estate of Peder O. Ne gaard, Decedent The state of Minnesota to all persons inter ested in the granting of administration of the estate of saiddecedent The petition of Helene Negaard having been filed in this court, re presenting that Peder O Negaard then a resident of the county of Kandiyohi, state of Minnesota, died intestate, on the 22nd day of June, 1906, and praying that letters of adminis tration of his estate be granted to Otto Ne gaard, of said county, and the court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition, Therefore, you, and each of you, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, 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 5th day of July 1910, at 1 o'clock p. why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said Court, and the Seal of said Court, this 1st day or June, 1910 O GIT BERT, COURT SEAL1 Probate Judge Post Cards KANDIYOHI COUNTY SUBJECTS. Send for an assortment of our post cards to have on hand for sending greetings and brief messages to your friends. OLD SETTLER'S SERIES. SUBJECTS Old Log cabin, with oxyoke, cradle, rifle traps, etc First Grist and Saw Mill at New London. Four pioneer homes An old rail fence Prairie cabin in a snow drift The Postmyhr cabin. Early Atwater. LAKE VIEWS. Big Kandiyohi Lake, Lake Florida, Eagle Lake, Swenson Lakes, Lake of Hefta, Norway Lake, Glesne Lakes, Crook Lake, Henderson Lake. COMIC CARDS. With drawings and sayings by Kandiyoh County's Artist-Philosopher, "Uncle Silas" SUBJECTS "Was Barnum Right'" "Lincoln Was Right "Look Out for the Prohibition Sheriff "We Country Folks take a Back Seat for No body "I'm Here By Accident "This Uncertainty is Just Killing "Catching the Suckers "Slightly Embarrassed." Sold by dealers, or will send an assort ment of twenty-five cards to any address postpaid for 25c in stamps CARDS TO ORDER. We have cuts of all public buildings in the county and hundreds of views, and are prepared to print cards for special occasions, to suit, in not less than 500 lots at reasonable prices. Wri'e to us if interested. TRIBUNE,PRINTING CO. WILLMAR MINNESOTA To Shine by Contrast. All odd numbered trains are West bound. All even numbered trains are East bound. Aunt—Tour bride, my dear boy, is delightfully rich and all that, but 1 don't think she will make much of a beauty show at the altar. Nephew—You don't eh? Just wait till you see her with the bridesmaids that she has selected. Local G. N. Time Table.