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*. ill REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Town of Holland Mav 15.—I'nion Townsite Co. to M. M. Schendel: Lets 1 an-l I'.lcok 7, v"illa.i,re af I'rinsburu: $im. Town of W'liitftiL-l'l a E P. B. or:ii. f- a'i-1 wife to H. P. Gay K'-j of NK'- X. :.:,• i«res )t NEV of SK 1 of S W Tthousandresponsibley Model K-44 Modal K-*5 Model K-4« SectioV II. W of 4 XWVi S E of X"\V!, St-rtion $.', I, 125.00. Town of (JoniU'ssve May 10.—-John Kiiuz t" 'harlcs A. Johnson Coin, at a point rods from NK corner of XW'-.t running the in- S'. on a line parallel with the !f section line of said Section i- to X'ly boundary line of r-o-w of •!. N. Kail way Co. \\"ly on the said boundary line of r-o-w to S corner of the stock-\anl thence X. _" it. thence \V. on a line parallel Willi said X. line of r-o-w and !_.", feet to a line parallel to "\Y. boundary line of section 1-. and -in rods K. X. on said line to X. boundary line of Sec. 1 J. K. on the X. Houndary line to be^,'. Sl.t'n. .Mav l.'t. T.. X. Larson and wife, to Albert P.. And.-rs.,n: SW 1 1 of S S S'- Section 1 •). XT. 4 Section _::. SK1* of W HE enthusiastic arm of over five hundred Buick owners are in a great measure for the unprecedented demand for Buick Valve-in-Head motor cars today. Their daily experiences in Buick service —Buick economy—Buick endurance, and Buick reliability, prove conclusively to the present and future purchaser that "there is no substitute" for a Buick Valve-in-Kead motor car. These reasons are causing hundreds of persons to contentedly await the delivery of the various Models selected. Price* f. o. b. Flint, Michigan $1595.00 $1595.00 •2235.O0 of XIC^ 1 Section -1 -00 aires. _' 1. »i Town of St. Johns Mav U'. Mansjr -Johnson and wife, to Tobias iiasticissen S'-. of Section •". "lin acres. S!I ..MMI. Town of Harrison Mav l'i. Heni\' \\". Heinz (single) to Frank SW"', of N 4 of W Section ::. $f,.|mi. Town of ill-ton Lake HE' FISR Time to Re-tire? (Buy Flab) Model K-47 Model K-49 Model K-59 /Vice* RmriamJ A.prti 1. 1920 When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick Will Build Them $2465.00 $1865.00 $2895.00 OSMUNDSON GARAGE Willmar, Minnesota May in.—Ole Haverly (widower) to Iver S. llenson Par of Gov't Lot 5. Section 2. $1. May in.— Iver S. T5enson to William V. Graf/: Par of Gov't Lot 5. Sec. 2. $ Robert K. & Kose M. Polly Xy2 of NYV'-v Section 36. So acres. $1. Town of Mamre I Mav 11.—James Tait and wife, to 1 May 10.—Adolyh Anderson and wife, to Albert G. Lundberu: KV2 of W Sec. :\n. Oacres. $11,200.00. May 10.—.lohn E. Oman and wife to Adolph Anderson K'i of X\V*4 Section "••. MI acres. $!t.r,t»o. Town of Irvine: Ma.v 12.—.It-ns P. Sakariason: to Emil T. Johnson: XEVt of S E Section 7. -I'l acres. $1,110. May K',. lede O. Christiansen and wife, to .Icseohine Uoll'shus XKVi of XI-:1,: S.ction •'.. .WW of W of Section 2. $1 ii'i. Town of Xew London Mav I a.—Xels 10. Greenfield and wife, to 1". White S E of SW1/* SW'A of S!-:1* W of SIC1.), except r-o-w. Section 1". 120 acres. $14,843. Town of Lake Andrew Mav I."..—Samuel G. & Edwar E. Lun^stro (both sinsle) to Emi P. P.iornbersr SE14 of SEV4 Section 15. E of XEVi Section 13. X. 13 a. of S E 4 of XE'.i WV2 of XE^4 Section 22. 172, acres. $17,300. May 1".—Emil P. Bjornberg: and wife, to John Mattson (Same description as above 1 172, acres. $19,895. Mav 1 "i.—Emil Johnson and wife, to Carl H. Benytson: Und. 1-8 part of SE'4, of XYVU and Lot 3: Section 24. $1.00. Mav IS.—August Johnson to Carl H. GOOD Benfrtson: (Same as above) Sec. 24. $1. Mav 1T.—Johan Thorson and wife to John Mattson X. 13 a. of SE^i of N Section 22. $1.00. May 15.—Frans L. Gustafson etal, to Carl H. Bensrtson: E of SWy 4 of SE^4 of Section 13 XE\4 of N E of Section 23. Gov't Lots 3 and 4 W of XEy S E of XWVi Section 24. 244 acres. $21,500. Town of Arctander Mav 11.—Helsre Jellum and wife, to Andreas O. Ellinsson XW«4 of N W Section 5. 40 acres. $2,000. May 11.—Helse Jellu and wife, to Oscar J. Hamre Commencing- at E corner of .\E'/ of XE^4, thence W. 20 rods thence S4. 70 rods, thence E. 20 rods, thence X. 70 rods to beginning:. Section 6. 8.75 acres. $437.50. Town of Roseville Mav 13.—Peder O. Christiansen and wife, to Anton O. Rolfshus SKY* of S W Section 35. $2,000. Town of Colfax May 12.—John Sjogren to Oscar Lundsren S E of N W 2 a. of Lot 2. Section 27. $1 500. I A E S Village of Kandiyohi May 14.—Carl F. Anderson and wife. to C. A. Anderson 2 CORD TIRES mileage, good looks, good traction—all to an extreme degree—are features of these tires. In their making and in their selling, the Fisk Ideal is a vital factor. The FUk Ideal: "To be the best concern in the world to work for, and the squarest concern in existence to do business with." Next Time—BUY FISK Kallevig Bros. & Backlund Willmar, Pennock, ~*7&&3r ^*z&-* ^i^±JJ£lil&*?*.~&% of Lot 12, of Block 4. $75.00. Village of Xew London May 12.—Dina Jacobson and wife, to Severin Olson: Lot 6, 7 and 9 and S. 150 ft. of Lot 8, Block 6. L. A. & Sper ry addition. $5,000. May 13.—Hattie M. Johnson and hus band to Marie H. Peterson W of Lot 7 except So. 56 ft. Block 14. $1,350. May 13.—William S. Johnson and wife to Marie H. Peterson W. 3 ft. wide and ________^_____^_ ______^_^______ _____^__^_____ 12* ft. long of E of Lot 7, Block 14 1. May 15.—Harriet L. Nyber and hus* band to Trustee Nor. Luth. Fre of New London Lots 2 and 3, Block is L. A. & Sperrv Add. $25. Village of Northwood Beach May 15.—Lillie Healey (widow) to Olof M. Nelson- (widower) Lot 16 and 17, Block 1. $500. Village of Spicer May 10.—Willard W. Doty and wife, to A J. Kloster S. 15 feet of Lo 7 and Lot 6 Block 22. $1,350. May 15.—Andrew Olson Haug and wile, to Robert Aune a of Gov't Lots 1 and 2 Sec. 30 120-34 Unplatted. $50. .(mete and bounds). City of Willma May 10.—Elling Nelson to H. Olson W. 50 ft. of Lot 1 and 2, Blk. 3. $2,400. May 10.—Tobias Rasmusso etal, to Gunda Fladeboe Lot 4, 5, 6 and 7 of Block 3. 4th R. R. Addition. $4,166.65. May 11.—Otto Horntved to Jallme F. Nytiuist W. 90 ft. of 13 and 14 of Block 3. Spicer's Addition. $6,100. May 11.—Emma A. Hildah to Victor T. Berglund Lot 11 and 12, Block 7 of in Addition $2,000. May 11.—Victor T. Berglund to And rew O. Hildahi all of Lot 3 S% of Lo 2 Block 80, .First Addition. $5,500. May 12.—Peter Swenson and wife, to W. J. Ruddy a of Lot 3. Sec. 16. 119-35 Unplatted. $8,000. May 13.—R. C. Bonhara and wife, to Nora M. Hookom a 1, Block 5. Nursery addition. $700. May 13.—John H. Martin to Joh Feig Lot 3 & N. 40 ft. of Lo 4, Block 56. $5,500. WILLMAR TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. May 14.—Emil A. Nickelson and wife, to Carolina Nickelson Lot 10 & W. 12.Ms It. of Lot 11, Block 126. Second add. $1.00. May 14.—Peter B. Hon and wife, to Richard C. and Samuel N. Bonham Be ginning at a point on S. Boundary line of Lot 2. 150 ft. VV. of S E corner of said Lot N. parallel to E. line of said Lo 2. 200 ft E. parallel to Sound boundary line 150 ft. to E. line. N. 130 ft. \V. 280 ft. S. 330 ft. E. 130 ft. to beginning. Lot 2, Block 7 Thorpe and Lien's Addition. $800. May 14.—Richard C. Bonha and wife and Samuel N. Bonha (single) to Jalme Nyquis and Swan Ander son (Same description as above) Lo 2, Block 7. Thorpe and Lien's Addition. $1,600. May 15.—Ruth Nelson (widow) to A. T. Bjur Lot 7, of Block 57. Firs addi tion. $6,000. May 15.—Andrew Bjorssell and wife, to Pete P. Fjellman Lot 10 and N of lot 9, Block 12. Ferring' addition. $1,800.00. (Raymon News Miss Ann a Goos came home from Madison, S. Dak., last Frida for a visit with her folks. Mrs. C. Esse and daughter Vivian of Amy, Wis., arrived Saturda for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mor row. Harr Spieker sold his building and lot last week to Wm Knot who intends to erect a brick building. Mrs. C. A. Huber left Tuesda for Minneapolis where she will attend the Easter Star Convention as a delegate from Raymond. Mr., and Mrs. Louis Kienitz arrived last Friday. They were married last Wednesday at the home of the bride at Rice, Minn. Mrs. Kienitz as Miss An nie Peglow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Peglow of Rice. Tom Stob returned from an extended visit with relatives and friends at Chi cago, 111., and other points last Friday. Mrs. F. Kurtzbein of Baglpy, Minn, returned home last Frida after a pleas ant visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Peglow. Mrs. Joh Brink and daughter Ruby of Pease, Minn., arrived last Frida for a visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. R. Roelofs. Mrs. Alo Abra.hamson left Saturda for Minneapolis for a visit with her daughter Miss E a and other friends. Mrs. Schoel who visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schoel the past week returned to her home at Aberdeen, S. Dak., last Friday. A quiet wedding as solemnized at the Luthera parsonage Saturda when Miss Ann a Bauman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joh a an as united in mar riage to Claus Ruter. The happy cou ple will go to housekeeping on the groom's farm. J. Marten passed the seventy-first mile stone last Friday. Mr. Marten celebrated his birthday anniversary in good health and the town people wish him many more returns of this event. Augus Fensk is wearing a broad smile and announces that he has become grand father. On Wednesday, 5 th, a ten pound boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Fenske at Hankin son X. Dak. Mrs. Henr Rhode is at present visiting with them. A surprise party was tendered by their neighbors to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kienits Monday evening at their home. The Young Peoples" Society presented them with an aluminu Tea Kettle. Rev. H. R. Klemp made the appropriate address for the occasion. A meeting as held Frida evening and an organization was perfected to be known as the Raymond Baseball Team. Jas. W. Casberg was elected manager, W. J. Johnson, Captain and Art Hier, secretary and treasurer. The manager will try to have two teams selected from about twenty-four appli cants and give them a chance to prac tice evenings. (Pennock Xews Mike Asplund and Mrs. John Asplund motored to Swift Fall last Sunday. Mrs. Asplund will visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. Carl Erickson, for a couple of months. Harr Xey has accepted a position as time keeper at Louisberg, S. D. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Backlund Tuesday. Birger Akerson, Sam Rodma and G. C. a shipped six car loads of stock to So. St. Pau Tuesday. —Kerkhoven Banner. (Clara City Herald) Miss Kathrin Lochen was over to Willma Friday afternoon. Mrs. Alton Crosby of Willma left for her home Monday after spending over Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Otto Kuntz. Mrs. Crosby is soliciting life in surance and while here Monday called on a number of people for insurance.— (Firs publication, May 19—4t.) CXTATIOIT FOB HEABXHO OH TOTAIi ACCOUNT AN FO BZSTBXBV- TXON. STAT E O MIXXESOTA, County of Kandiyohi.—ss. In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estat of Xels Carlson, also known as Xels P. Carlson and X. P. Carlson, Decedent: The State of Minnesota, To all per sons interested in the final account and distribution of the estate of said dece dent: Th representative of the above named decedent, having filed in this Court her final account of the adminis tration of the estate of said decedent, together with her petition praying for the adjustment and allowance of said final account and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the person thereunto entitled. Therefore, You and Each of You. are hereby cited and re quired to show cause, if any you have, before this Court at the Probate Court Room in the Court House in the City of Willmar. in the County of Kandiyohi State of Minnesota, on the 14th day of June. 1920, at 2 o'clock P. M., why said petition should not be granted. Witness, The Judg of said Court and the Seal of said Court, this 14 th day of May. 1920. 1 1 IDA A. SAXDERSOXT. (Seal) Clerk of Probat Court. Charles Johnson, Attorne for Petitioner. Willmar. Minn. (Firs publication. May 19—4t.) .* O S E 8 TIME TO FIL E CLAIMS WITHI N TKBE MONTHS AND FO HEABINCt THEBEOH. S A E O MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi.—ss. In Probat Court. In the Matte of the Estat of Ida Nelson. Decedent. Letter of Administration this day having been granted to C. W. Odell and it appearing by affidavit at theVe are no debts of said decedent: I is Ordered, at the time within which all creditors of the above named decedent may present claims against her estate in this Court be and the same hereby is, limited to three from and after the date hereof and at Monday, the 23rd day of August, 1920, at 2 o'clock P. M.. in the Probat Court Rooms at the Court House at Willma in said County, be. and the same hereby is. fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upmi and the exam ination, adjustment and allowance of such claims as shall be presented with in the time aforesaid. Le notice hereof be given by the pub lication of this order in The Willmar Tribune as provided by law. Dated May 14th, 1920. IDA A SANDERSON (Seal) Clerk of Probate Court. R. W. Stanford, Attorney, Willmar. Minn. TIME PLACE 19 WAIT-DON'T OPERATE A Doctor's Prescription for Dissolv ing Gall Stones One box gives Instant relief In all cases of OAXA-STOHS8, liver and stomach troubles, such as indigestion, dyspepsia, chronic appendicitis, gas and sour stomach, ulcers, catarrh, pains in stomach and back, belching, constipa tion, etc. Get a box of STO-U-OAX from your druggist today. Price $1.00. Mfg. by DIGESTIVE CHEWCA& CO, 8T. FAOTi AUCTIONEER H. O. Teffier CATALOGUES Write E O A Sold by J. Hallin, Willmar, by J. P. Olson at New London Anderson Bros., at Spicer also at Pennock, Raymond and Atwater. WILLMAR PEOPLE PREVENT APPENDICITIS Many Willmar people are using, sim ple glycerine, buckthorn bark, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka. This flushes BOTH upper and lower bowel so com pletely it removes all foul, accumulat ed poisons from alimentary canal and prevents appendicitis. Adler-i-ka re lieves ANY CASE gas on stomach or sour stomach. Often CURES consti pation. In one case of chronic stom ach trouble ONE bottle produced won derful results. Carlson Brothers druggists. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will b* pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. 75c 60 NO FARTHER The Evidence Is at Your Door. Willmar proof is what you want, and the statement of this highly re spected resident will banish all doubt: J. A. Johnson, painter and decorator 801 Fifth St., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have done me a world of good and I am only too pleased to recom mend them. The nature of my work had a tendency to bring on trouble with my kidneys, as I have to inhale the fumes of turpentine quite a bit. The kidney secretions were scanty in passage and my back pained so badly, I couldn't sleep at night. Mornings I arose feeling more tired than before going to bed. After I began to use Doan's Kidney Pills, which I got at Carlson Bros.' Drug Store, I .was re lieved and two boxes cured me." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mr. Johnson had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.—Advertisement. Shorthorn Sale A Short-horn offering of high quality and excellent breeding. Thursday, June U, 1 9 2 0 Witness, The Judg of said Court, and the Seal of said Court, this 3rd day of May, 1920. Fair Grounds, Bird Island, Minn. THE OFFERING 1 6 cows and heifers 15 bulls. CONSIGNORS The Shorthorn Breeders Association of Renville County. THE BIG GET-TOGETHER Breeders' Banquet-VanDyke Hotel 7 p. m. at Bird Island June 2, 1920 All breeders and buyers specially invited. B. A. Tersteog, County Agent, Olivia, Minn. (Firs Publication May 5th-r-4t. CITATION O KEABIN O O N FXHAXi ACCOUNT AN FO BI8TBIBU'- TION STAT E O MINNESOTA County of Kandiyohi.—ss. In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Reier Thorson, Decedent: The State of Minnesota, to all per sons interested in the final account and distribution of the estate of said dece dent: The representative of the above named decedent, having filed in this court his final account of the adminis tration 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 person thereunto entitled. Therefore, You, and Each of You, are hereby cited and re quired to show cause if any you have, before this Court at the Probat Court Rooms in the Court House in the City of Willmar in the County of Kandiyo hi, State of Minnesota, on the 31st day of May, 1920 at 2 o'clock p. m., why said petition should not be granted. IDA A. SANDERSON, Clerk of Probate Court. (Seal) Charles Johnson, Attorney for Petitioner. Willmar Minn. (First Publication April 28—4t) OBBX I a TIME TO FE&E CXtAXMS WITHIN TKBE MONTHS AN FO BEABXNCt THXBEON Estate of Karl A. Adolphson. also known as Carl Adolphson, Decedent. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi—ss. In Probate Court. In the matter of the Estate of Karl A. Adolfson also known as Carl Adolph son. Decedent. Letters Testamentary this day hav ing been granted to C. A. Harrison and it appearing by the affidavit of said representative that there are no debts of said decedent: It is Ordered, That the time within which all creditors of the above named decedent a 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 Mondav the 2nd day of August, 1920. at 2 o'clock p. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Court House at Willmar in said County be, and the same hereby is. fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the examination, adjustment and allowance of such claims as shall be presented within the time aforesaid. Let notice hereol be given by the publication of this order in The Will mar Tribune as provided by law. Dated April 27th, 1920. IDA A. SANDERSON, (Seal) Clerk of Probate Court. Charles Johnson, Attorney, Willmar. Minn. (Firs publication May 12—tt). O S XdMlTlHO TIME TO FELB CXAXMS WITHIN E MONTHS, A N O KEABIN O THEBEOH. Estate of Edward Johnson, Decedent. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Kandiyohi.—ss. In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Ed ward Johnson, Decedent: Letters of Administration this day having been granted to Carrie Johnson, and it appearing by the affidavit of said representative that there are np debts of said decedent: 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 Monday the 16th day of August. 1920, at 2 o'clock m.. in the Probate Court Rooms at the Court House at Willmar in said County, be, and the same hereby is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing 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 pub lication of this order in The Willmar. Tribune, as provided by law. Dated May 1 9 2 0 IDA A. SANDERSON, (Seal) Clerk of Probate Court. Charles Johnson Attorney. WtUmar. Minn. For reservations write J. S. Johnson, Island. Henry Thompson went to Willma Tuesda for a visit at the home of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. O. B. Nelson. The State Game and Fish Commis sion car was attached to the noon train Monday. Durin the stop here fifteen cans of fry pike were unloaded for A. P. Nelson who had them taken to Diamond Lake where they were planted. Porter-Thompson On Saturday last at high noon occur red the marriage of Miss Louise Thomp- I CLERK Renville County State Bank (Grove City Times) Victor Bergfalk of Willma visited with friends here Sunday. Mrs. Joh Olson and daughter Mrs. Richard Johnson of Atwater, visited with relatives and friends here Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. R. Zwenke and chil dren of Willma were over Sunday vis itors at the Wm Carlson home. PAGEaBVEW^ 19 son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thoma Thompso of Swede Grove and C. G. Porte of Atwater. The wedding took place at the Norwegian Luthera par sonage, Rev. E. R. Weeks performing the ceremony. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents in Swede Grove, only the immediate relatives being pres ent. The dining, room was beautifully decorated in pink and white. Th young couple left on the after noon train for Minneapolis where the groom has prepared a horn* for his bride.—Grove City Times. (Murdock Leader) Mrs. Thoma Archer and daughters Virginia and Kathleen spent Frida af ternoon and evening at Willmar. Mrs. A. C. Hagen visited at Willma last Saturday afternoon and evening.— Murdock Leader. NO GEARS TO STRIP—One of the bis features made possible by the HEIDER Patented Friction Drive—it'also means 1« trouble and expense. And the best part of it is that the HEDDER Friction Transmission has "made good" for twelve years in every power use of the farm. With the HEIDER there is only the fibre disc, attached right on to drive shaft, and two large metal discs. Fibre does the driving and the discs pass the power to drive wheels or belt pulley. Gears always in mesh, none to strip. Friction drive does away with clutch standard transmission and bevel gears. Three units in one. Loss of power eliminated—ell the pun de livered at all times. This type of drive gives yon 7 speeds Forward ami 7 IteieWBj for either traction or belt work—the correct speed for every Job. Standard throughout—I wheels 4-cylinder, heavy duty Wauke sha motor, kerosene or gasoline Dixie magneto Kingston car buretor Perfex radiator big ball bearings 3-point suspenahnu A power plant that means work done on time at less Model "C" 12-20. Model "D" 9-16. Come in Tomorrow Farmers' Co-Op. Elevator Co. Willmar, Minn.