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affective, inn. 1, 1920—£ -eanta per*
w^cd—one-third leas fpr Inaertldfyr
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POSITIONS WANTED
LEARN DRESSMAKING-^-Ladies Tai
loring and Designing. Write or call
163-M. Mathilda Johnson, 428 Litch
field Ave. E. 883
HELP WANTED
TWO GIRLS WANTED for board and
room. 527 Ann Street. 909
WANTED—Girl for housework and
•help in shop. Ka^ten's Bakery. 923
WANTED—Man •with car to sellvcom
plete line low priced TIRES, A3ID
TNBES. $100 per week and expen*
ses. Sterlingworth Tire Co., 2166THE
Sterling, E. Liverpool, Ohio. 910
WE HAVE A FIRST CLASS steady,
position for a good man to manage
a branch store. No experience nec
essary. Must be able to furnish
$300 cash security. Particulars at
321 Racific ave, 2 doors west of
Royal Cafe. 928
Wm
FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Furnished room.
2nd street West.
407
933
[FOR RENT—Modern furnished room.
Inquire '209 Trott ave W. 898
[FOR RENT—2 rooms upstairs. Inquire
H. Shipstead, 427 2nd St. W. 846
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod
ern house. 323 Second tSt. W. 863
FOR RENT—4 furnished modern
rooms upstairs. Thorpe & Rykken.
920
THREE ROO'MS, unfurnished, for
rent. 533 9th St. Northl Ole Elle
stad. 891
FOR RENT—All modern furnished
room. Phone 163-R. 424 East Litch
field. 917
FOR RENT—2 modern furnished
rooms with ibath for light house
keeping. 916 West Litchfield aV. 021
FOR RENT—Four rooms upstairs,,
suitable for light housekeeping. All
modern except heat. Inquire 318
12th St. No. or Phone 478-J. 855
CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE—8-room house, all mod
ern on 5th St. €all '565-W. 914
FOR -SALE—'New 7-room house on
I5th St. Inquire 1024 5th St.'' 802
FOR SALE—My lot in Atwater, Minn.,!
50x140, good lot at reasonable price.
E. P. Miller,, Svea, Minn. ^S64
FOR SALE—Residence and lots. Must
be sold to settle up an estate. J. A.
Johnson, 418 First St. 875
AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE—Hudson super six, 1920.:
-George Ogren, Phone S34-M: 754
AUTO TRAILER FOR SALE—Inquire
at the Shoe Hospital, Willmar,
Minn.
FOR SALE—Large car in first class
condition. Will take small enclosed
car. Call 678-W. 303
'OAR tPOR SALE OR TRADE—Second
hand car for sale on easy terms or
will trade for city lot. Call 156-J. 769
FOP 8ALE—MISCELLANEOUS
WOOD FOR SALE—Mostly hard.wood
l&t $10 a load. Call 754-W. 980
i^my^-,.{*»•*•. SALE OR TRADE—Raccon fur
|/2|''-cCoat." Mrs- Ericlc Person, Atwater,
m&m-^Mfa Rt. '3. .:.
^^f*--/*:*—••—•—
'^H^PPR'i SALE—Two 12-25 Avery ttiac
ftors. Sell cheap. Inquire Johnson
^pfe^l^^Erickson Motor Co.- 934
flfe&if -—_- 2
-p||^!FiOR') SALE-HDry cord wood, mile
ilftlf fi
-ea«t
m-
of -Norway Lake store. S. H^t
lestad, Rt. 3, New London. 992
•pg |SFOR-'SALE--One 4 h- P- Century eleo
P^f| trie motor, also. pulleys, shafting,
:mMM. '^angers and old belting, all in Bor
land within city limits. Call Tribune
\h#it
mA%
4'FOR SALE—One Perfection milking
^jpj machine with two double unit pails
%$$^ in good running order. Write or call
^Mi ,on P. J. Swanson, RL 2 Fennock.
"*"•,U *, 931
FOR SALE^two'hardwood slat corn
i^rlbs, 500 bushels capacity each
um&j'piM ,,wire 300 bushel -crib, ^nd «ne
s&PPfcoriii*'shoveling boardf^^i2 UtcA
fi^tlWd ave East ,.** 924T
4
First Patent Flour per'*!* lbs. .*... .2.10
Bean ........,... *.'. 1.30
Shirts t.:..V...t'..*.., 1.40
Egg* :'....".:, 'f .31
Dairy Butter ..." '. .' '.40*
Creamery Butter ...I .. .42
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Calves :•./:*.:,:.:../."../.. .07-.09
Hogs .' "... .06-.09
Lambs .,. .'/.... .10
Beef Cattle •... .04%-.O7%
Hides 9 S. .«8
Heavy Hens .14*
Heavy Spring Chickens .15
Light Hens 7 .12
•0ld Cocks ~.. .1^,
FOR SALE—1 medium size \Enders
oak soft -coal heater used 3 months,
1 second, hand Peninsular selfTjEeed^
er hard coal heater. Call andl 'see
them. E. P.'Wogren, 721 Gorton ave,'
Phone 2^J. *f% W
FOR SALE—One good corn binder,?
nearly new. John Dalbeck, RU X,
Willmar. 4i2r
FOR SALE—2-roll Rosenthal corn.
shredder^ „nearjy new. B. Akerson,
P€nnock. 866-
FOR SALE—Mahogany leather up
holstered Fireside armchair. $22.50.
Telephone 831. 843
FOR SALE—No 15 Garland (base bur
ner, used 4 winters. Inquire 1009
Campbell Ave. 879
FOR SALE-fOne square oak exten
sio ntable, $8.00, also one 48-inch
round^oak diitmg room table (mis
sion finish) and six dining room
chairs, at a,.very reasonable price.
Call at 518 2nd St. East. 857
OLIVER OIL-GAS BURNER is
the best by authoritiVe test1 inde
structable cheapest 2c per hour,
raises 80 degrees temperature 20
times iri 24 min. Safe. 30 days trial.
Years guarantee. Mrs. E. Patchelh
903
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—'Elgin 'wrist watch downtown
streets. Finder leave at this office.
.•-•:•• •. mz
FOUND—Some money. See Chief, of
Police Westgard and describe prop
erty. 929
FOUNiD—Driving mitt. Owner may
have same by .proving property and
paying for adv. 912
LOST-^nBrown, water spaniel, female,
one white toe on each hind foot. Art
Hierf Raymond, Minn. 913
LOST—Black hand bag on Fifth St.
or on pavement east, contains brown
coat, child's. Finder leave at Tri
bune office. 92-7
LOST—Man's gold watch between the
postoffice and the Odd Fellows Hall.
Finder please return to this office
for reward. 924
LOST—Cameo brooch at Fair grounds
or on the way to the Fair .grounds
on Saturday. Return to this office
for liberal reward. 844
LOST—^32x4 tire, rim and carrier, be
tween Eagle Lake and Willmar.
Finder leave at Willmar Tire Shop
for liberal reward. 922
FOUND—liight bay mare, S I on-left
shoulder. .Owner anay have same
iby paying cost of this adv and feed
bill. John H. Bennett. 916
STRAYED—-Bay mare weight about
100Q, brand left shoulder S R. Re
turn to undersigned and collect care
and expense. RusseU Spicer, Will
mar. 925
LIVE STOCK
FOR SALE—3 good milk cows fresh
in November. C. J. Olson, Eagle
Lake. 8S«
FOR SALE—Yearling Poland China
boar, by Richard Rudbeck, Svea,
Route 1. 911
FOR 'SALE—Shorthorn hulls and Po
land. China spring boars. Emit Mat
son, R-t. 3, Willmar. 830
FOR SALE—at a reasonable figure.
/P.ajr mares, 7 arid 8 years old, C.
L.^Roske, Raymond, Minn., Route 4,
Box 30. '776
CATTLE FOR SALE—Scotch topped
Shorthorn bulls of very good breed
ing at farm'prices. Conrad Motison,
i*1Spicer.
835
POLAND CHINAS—one yearling boar
and three spring boars for sale till
November ,1st. Reasonable ipfr^ce.'
Walter Skoglund, Rt. 3, Willmar. 900
POULTRY FOR SALE
POULTRY FOR SALE—Bourbon Red
Turkey Toms, at $5, also,single comb
Buff, Leghorn coclcerels at $1.00 if
taken soon. Conrad Monson, Sni
cer. 836
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
WA/NTED—Two rooms ''for light
housekeeping. Inquire L. Howie,
Great Northern Ry. 936
WANTED TO LOAN from private
party, $2,000.00 on modem new home
^built.'last summer: .Address Lock
Box 285, Atwater, Minn., 866
FARMS A MEM. I A
WANTED .TO iR]5NTr^iartil.^0Jto 1»0
mar.
ss
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owner. Mr* Sadie E. Mohr, 169
Blandena St,-Portland, Ore.
1
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tpORP% ^YKKEN, *fisW
now waaae -&e|^. „_^Je_,
iris 1o bwtimce J$qtiet
iHm»r. Call on them ari&
FOR SALE—A find'lOO^cre'tarni,^
miles from Willmar. Will accept
$1700 cash and give 15 years time
on balance at 5% interest. A. H.
B^own, Willmar, Minn. 876
FOR, SALE—80 acres unimproved land
(SEVi of NE34) and (NE*i of
•SE^4) Sec 20-162-40, 3 miles west of
*ri Roseau, just south of the .State
jrtighjway and the G. N. R-O-W. Good
stand"'of -mixed Umber, all dry land,
no ditch leins, quite flat and good
-soil, estate mortgage $370.00, 4%,
due 4945. Will consider cash, trade
on small'residence with two lots in
Willmar or Minneapolis, W E L.
Quam, Kandiyohi, Minn. 018
CFWt pub. Sept. 27-4 tj
OSSBB XJMVOXQ TIME TO TUX
CtULIMB, AMP VOU KEABZHO
THSBBQH.
Sta,t§i*bt Minnesota, -County «of Kan
diyohi, S^., In Probate Court.
Int-,th« matjer of the Estate of Ole
Thorson, Decedent.
Letters Testamentary this day hav
ing been granted to C. F. Olson.
It is Ordered, That the time within
which all creditors of the above named
decedent may present claims against
his estate in this Court, foe, and the
same hereby is limited to ..six, months
from and after the. date -hereof and
that Monday, the- 2.6th day: of March,
1SF23, at 2.o'clock P. M., in the,-Probate
Court Rooms at the Court House at
Willmar in said County, be, anH the
same hereby is, fixed and appointed -as
the time.and place for hearing upon arid
the examination, adjustment, and allows
ahce of such ..claims as shall be present
ed within the time aforesaid. {,
tiet notice hereof be given by .the, pub
lication djf. this order in The ^Willmar
Tribune as provided fby law.
Dated Sept. 19th, 1922.
••ii IDA A. SA0MDE3RSON,
"•-•-•.'- Clerk of •Probate Court.
(Court Seal) *-T
(First pub. Sept. 27-4t)
CITATXOXr POB BSABXNO- ON PETI
TION POK FBOBATS OP I
Estate of August Broman, Xecedent.
State of Minnesota. County of Kan
diyohi,' In Probate {Court. •'-.
In the Matter of the Bytate of August
Broman, Decedent.
The State of Minnesota to all persons
interested in the allowance and probate
of the will of said decedent: The peti
tion ,Qf Josephine Broman being duly
filed in this court, representing that
August Broman, then a resident of the
County of Kandiyohi, State of Minne
sota, died on the' 23rd day, of- January,
1922, leaving a last will and testament
which is presented to this court with
said petition, and praying that said in
strument be- .allowed as the last will
and testament of said decedent, and
that letters of Administration with the*.
Will Annexed be issued, thereon to Reu
ben Broman and. Roy Broman. Now
Therefore, you and each of you, are
hereby cited and reauired to show cause
if any you have before this court, at
the Probate Court Rooms in the Court
House in City of Willmar, County of
Kandiyohi, State of Minnesota, on the
16th day of October, 1922, at 2 o'clock
P. M., why the prayer .of said petition
should not be granted.
Witness, the Honorable T. O. Gilbert.
Judge of said court,?ant) the seal of,said,
court, this 19th day of September, 1922.
IDA A. SANDERSON,
Clerk of Probate Court.
(Court Seal)
CHARLES JOHNSON, Esq.,
Attorney for Petitioner.
935
-'•f
(First pub, Sept. 27-4t)
CITATION POB XSABINO- ON PETI
TION TO MOBT&AOE LANS.
Estate of Anna L. Johanneson, also
kno\^n as'Anna L. Johaneson,,Incompe
tent ward.
iState of Minnesota, County of Kan
diyohi, In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Anna
L. Johanneson, also known as Anna L.
Johaneson, Incompetent ward.
The State of Minnesota to all persons
interested in the mortgaging of certain
lands belonging to said Incompetent
ward. The petition of Charles A Joh
aneson as representative of the "above
named Incompetent ward, being duly
filed in this court, .representing, that it
is necessary and for the" best interests
of said estate and of all interested
therein that certain lands of said In
competent ward described therein be
mortgaged and praying that a license
be to him granted to mortgage 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 tlie Probate Court Rooms in
the courthouse in City of Willmar,
County of Kandiyohi, State of Minne
sota, on the 23rd day of October. "19"22,
at 2 o'clock P. M.. why the prayer, .of
said petition should not be granted.
Witness the Judge of said Court and
the seal of said court, this 27th day of
September, 1922.
IDA A. SANDERSON,
Clei'k of Probate C6urt.
(Court Seal)
CHARLES JOHNSON, Esq.,
Attorney for Petitioner.
(First pub. Oct 18-4t)
CITATION POB KEABXNG- ON PETI
TION POB PBOBATS OP WHO..
'Estate of Ole E. Jermstad, Decedent.
State of Minnesota, County of Kandi
yohi, In Probate Court.
In the Matter of ,ttie Estate of Ole
E. Jermstad, Decedent.
The State of Minnesota to all persons
interested in the allowance and probate
of the will of said decedent: The peti
tion of E. M: Mortenson, being duly,
fil«d in this court, representing' that \01e
E.,1 Jermstad, then a resident of the
County of Kandiyohi, State of 'Minrie
isota, died, on the 21st day of September,
1922, •leaving'a,last will and testament
which- is presented to this court witlr
said petition, and praying that s,aid in
strument be allowed as the last will
and testament, of said decedent, and
that letters Testamentary be issued
theceon to Emory M. "Mortensprr Now,
Therefore, you, and each of -you, are
hereby cited and required tp show cause
if any,you have, before this, court, at.
the Probate Court.Rooms in the Court
house,- in City of Willmar, County of
Kandiyohi, State of Minnesota, on the
13th day of November, 1922, at'2 o'clock
P. M.i wihy the prayer ,of. said petition^
should-not be granted.
Witness., the Honorable, .T. O. Gilbert,
Judge of said court, and the seal of said
court, thiai 13th day, ©f October. 1922.
IDA A. 'SANDERSON, I
X^lerk of Probate Court!
(Court Seal) •,- -••-..
CATARRHAL DEAFNESS
Is often caucad by an Inflamed condition
of the mucous linins of the Eustachian
Tube. When this tube is inflamed you
have a rumbling apupd or Imperfect
hearing Unless the inflammation can
be reduced, your hearing may be de
stroyed forever.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will
do what we claim for it—rid your system
4*f vCataxrh or Deafness -caused by
Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
has been successful in the treatment of
Catarrh for over Forty Years.
Sold by all druggists. "c
F. J. Cheney & Oqt, Toledo, 0»
J2 NOTICE TO MOTHERS
Every mother should see our line of
Jfepyj' Overcoa^. You'll «jgr«evith us
that .it Is the largest display ever
•hoym In WHImar. See them in our
-wfmfows. We «eti for cash,^we eeW^or
less. Hoaglund A Diffendorf^-Adv.
S^
iA,sj||^ft^a'vtng terming, 1^ will sell
fttj&tflie auction on tlie^J. A. Pearson
^arm^ Section'4, Township-of Lake LU
J%|l. 5 miles Southeast.,qlfxSvea and 5
miles1 fprt^west, o| the iwke Lillian'
store, on
r, *5'"~ "*Wedhesday, .Oct. 25- v'"
XJArE STOCK—5 working horses 1
colt 1 yr old 8 milk cows, some fresh,
others coming soon 6 Holstein heif
ers 1 Holstein Sire.
MACHINERY—1 MoCormick binder,
7-ft 1 Minnesota Hay rake 1 hay
sweep 1 narrow tire wagon- 2 wagon
boxes' 1 hay rack 1 Great Western
manure spreader 1 Moiine single row
cultivator l.Gorden cultivator 1 5
section Boss harrow 1 McCormick
mower 5 ft 1 new, Deere Jr hay stack
er I wide tire" wagon 1 pr wagon
springs 1 John Deere' 2-row cultiva
tor 1 John Deere gang plow, 12-in.
1 John Deere sulky plow, IS in 2 sets
of fly nets 1 pr hob sleds 1 20-disc
Van Brunt drill 1 new John Deere
10-ft .tandem disc for tractor 1 new
Silver No. 9 feed mill, 8-in. burr 1
new Fairbanks 1% pump*engine
1 steel watfer tank 1 No. 15 DeLaval
cream1 separator 2. sets 6f work har
ness 1 set horse, blankets 12 acres
of fodder corn in shock 20 tons of
hay some, oats other articles not
mentioned here.
•. iSale starts at 10 A M.
Free Lunch at Noon.,
TERMS: All sums of $10 or less cash
oh larger amounts time will be given
till Nov. 1, 1923, on approved notes
bearing 8 per cent interest.
'GEO. O. ANDERSON, Owner
Col. G. H. Nelson, auctioneer.
•James Matson, clerk.,
\ri.jr--
Oct.11.18
First pub. Sept. 27-4t)
CITATION POB KEABIMG- ON PINAX.
ACCOUNT AND POB, DXSTBXBU
TION.
.. Estate of John O. Hedlund, Decedent.
-State of Minnesota County of^Kan
diyohi, In Probate Court.
In the Matter of ,the Estate of,,John
O. Hedlund, Decedent'.
The State of Minnesota to all persons
interested in the above entitled matter:
Whereas, C. O. Hedlund, has filed in
'this court his final account of his ad
^.ministration of the estate.of the "above
'.named decedent, together with his pe
tition praying for the adjustment'and
allowance of said final account and for
distribution of the residue of said es
tate to the persons,^hereunto entitled:
It is Ordered, that said petition be
heard, and that all- persons interested
in said matter be and appear before this
court On the 23rd day of October, 1922,
at 2. o'clock P. M., at the Probate Court
Rotfrns in the Court House at Willmar,
in said County, arid then and, there,' or
as soon -thereafter a3v. said matter can
be heard, show cause, if any. they have,
why said petition should not be .granted
and that this citation be servfed by the
publication thereof in, T.he Willmar,Tri
bune according to law.
Witness, the" Honorable. T. O. Gilbert,
Judge of said court, and the seal of said
court, this 23rd day ot September, 1922.
IDA- A. SANDERSON,
Clerk of Probate Court.
(Court Seal)
(First pub. ,Qct..- 4-4t)
ORDER X.IMITIVO TIBER TO PILE
CX.AIMS WITHIN THREE MOXTSS,
AND TOR KEARXHO THEREOX.
Estate of Liovisa Johnson, Decedent.
.? State of: Minnesota, County of Kan
diyohi, In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Lovisa
Johnson, Decedent.
Letters *^of. Administration this day
having been granted to John A. Johnson
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 o.f the aboye named
decedent may present claims against her
estate in this Court be, and the same
'hereby is limited to three months fro.m
and after the date' hereof and that
Monday, the 8th day of January, 1923,
at 2 o'clock P. M., in the Probate Court
Rooms at the Courthouse at Willmar,
in, said County, be, and the same here
by is, fixed and appointed as the time
and place for hearing upon and the ex
amination, adjustment and allowance of
such claims as shall be presented with
in the time aforesaid
Let ^notice hereof "be given by the
publication of this order in the Willmar
Tribune as provided by law.
Dated Oct. 3rd. 1922.
IDA A. SANDERSON.
Clerk of Probate Court.
(Seal)
CHARLES JOHNSON, Esq.,
Attorney.
(First pub. Oct. 4-4t)
CITATIOXT FOR HEARING- OK PETI
TION TO 8 E I.AND.
Estate of Nellie Poortvliet, Decedent.
State of Minnesota, county of Kandi
yohi, in Probate Court:
r. In the Matter of the Estate of Nellie
Poortvliet, Decedent.
The State of Minnesota to 9.II persons
interested dn the selling of certain lands
belonging to said decedent. The peti
tion of Fobbe Hoekstra, as representa
tive: of tne above named, decedent, be
ing duly filed in 'this court, represent
ing that it is necessary and for the best
interests of'said estate and of all in
terested therein that certain lands of
said decedent described therein be sold
and praying that a license be to hinr
granted to sell/:the same:
•. Now Therefore, you and eaof} of you,
are'hereby cited and required to show
cause, if any you have, before this court
at the Probate Court Rooms in the court
house in the City of Willmar, County
of Kandiyohi, state, of Minnesota, on
the 30th day of \October, 1922, at two
clock -P. M., why the prayer of said
petition should not be granted.
-Witness the Judge of said Court, and
the 'seal of said court this 2nd day of
October, 1922.
IDA A. JSANDERSON,
Clerk of Probate Court.
(Court Seal)
t!- -, (First pub. Oct. ll-4t)
CITATION FOR SEARING ON TINAXi
ACCOUNT AND FOR DIBTRZRV-
TION. .:'\.
Estate of MaghUsE. Nelson, Dece
'v.dei^'.H..'^ -.
State: of Minnesota,' County of Kandi
yohi, In Probate Court.
In^the Matter pf the Estate of Mag
nus E. Nelsonr Decedent. ».
1 ^S-®-?1?^
of
Minnesota to all persons
interested In the above entitled master:
Whereas, Andrew^ J. Nelson ha* filed in
thla court his flijjal Recount of his ad
ministration of the estate of the above
named decedent, together with his peti
tion praying for the adjustment and
allowance of said final account and for
distribution of the residue of said est
ate to. the persons thereunto entitled:
It Is Ordered, that said petition be
heard, and that all persons interested
in «aid matter he and appear before
1511 6th day of November,
1922 at 2 o'clock P. M., at the Probate
Court Rooms the Courthouse, at Will
raarvin said County, and then and there,
or as soon thereafter as said matter
can be heard, show cause, If any they
hav«, why,.said petition should not bo„
granted and that-this citation^ be ser
ved by the publication thereof in the
Willmar Tribune according to law.
Witness .the .jHftnor,able. T. O. Gilbert,
Judge of said court, and the soal ot
said court, this 10th day of October,
1922
A A S

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4 a J? Probate Court.
(Court Sea)v
^•M^m^Ji
T/VK-ifri
As I am going tftquit farming will cedent
Mil at public W at tftj^swaldj S coaurt°Unty
Gravgaard farm, Cmile .wesV^f the
.oJA Irving jstoreM-miles-south \and 1
joiiie-east of I^awlqk, and 1,miles east
New London, on
•i'.' Wednesday, October 25th
Sale to start at 1 o'clock p. m.
The following is a list of the arti
cles for sale:i
F1IVE HORSES—1 gray horse 5 yrs„
about 1400 1 black horse 5 yrs,
wt about 1350 1 bay horse 8 yrs, wt.
about 1250 1 gray mare' 12 yrs, wt
1300 1 bay mare coming 3 yrs, wt,
1100.
14 HEAD OF CATTLE—7 milch cows,
2 will be fresh in November and 5 will
be fresh by Jan. 20 1 3-year old lieif
er coming fresh this fall 4 heifers
coming 1 year-old in January 1 Hol
stein *ull 16 months old, well bred 1
yearling steer.
54 HEAD OP HOOS—20 spring shoats,
9 old sows 20 fall pigs.
200 Chickens.
17 tons timothy and claver hay.
3 tons wild hajr 100 shocks of corn
fodder 300 shocks check corn '500
bushels oats 600, bu. corn in crib
some seed corn.
MACHINERY— 116-disc disc 1 corn
cultivator 1 corn planter with SO' rds
wire lJDeering mower good as new
1 hay. rake 1 drag 1 wagon with
'rack 1 Ford touring car nearly new
•2 sets work harness 1 Empire cream
separator 1 heating stove 1 self
feed coal stove 1 4-burner oil stove
Hayslip, forks, shovels and other arti
cles-too. numerous to mention.
TERMS: Sums of $10 or less, cash
on larger amounts one year's time will
be. given on bankable paper bearing
8 per cent interest. No property to be
removed until settled for.
J. B. GRAVLEY, Owner
Pteter Henderson, auctioneer.
State Bank of New London, Clerk.
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Capital $ 100,000.00
/. Surplus 40,000.00
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Estate of ingvall Jalmer Sletten, De-
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In the~ Matter of the Estate of Ing
vall Jalmer Sletten, Decedent.
The State of Minnesota to all persons
interested In the allowance and probate
of the will of said decedent: The peti
tion of Ingeborg Rykken Sletten, being
duly filed this court, representing
that Ingvall Jalmer Sletten, then a' re
sident of*the County of Kandiyohi,
State of Minnesota, died on the 17th dav
of August, 1922, 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 dece
dent, and that letters ot Admin titration
with the Will Annexed be issued there
on to Edward E Olson. Now Therefore,
you, and each of you, are hereby cited
and required to show cause, is any you
have, before this court, at the Probate
Court Rooms the Court House, the
City of Willmar, County of Kandiyohi,
State of Minnesota, on the 6th day of
November, 1922, at 2 o'clock P. M., why
the prayer of said petition should not
be granted.
Witness, the Honorable O Gilbert,
Judge ot said court, and the seal of said
court, this 9th day of October, 1922.
IDA A. SANDERSON,
Clerk of Probate Court.
(Court Seal) $
(First pub. Oct. lS-4t)
ORDER IiIMlTINO TIME TO FIUE
CLAIMS WITHIN THREE MONTHS,
AND FAR HEARING THEREON.
Estate of,August Broman, Decedent.
'State of Minnesota. County of Kandi
yohi^SS In Probate Court."
In the Matter of the Estate of August
Broman, Decedent.
Letters of Administiation with the
Will Annexed this day having been
granted to Reuben Broman and Roy
Broman, and it appearing by the affida
vit of one of said representatives "that
there are no debts of said decedent:
It is Ordered. That the time within
which all creditors -of the above named
decedent may present claims^against hiu
estate in this Court, be, and the same
hereby is, limited to three months from
and after the date hereof and that
Monday, the 22nd day of January, 19 23,
at 2 o'clock P. M.. in the Probate Court
Rooms at the Courthouse at Willmar, in
said County, be. and the same hereby is.
fixed and appointed as the. time and
place for hearing "upon and the. examin
ation, 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 Oct. 17th, 1922.
IDA A. SANDERSON,
Clerk of Probate Court.
(Seal)
CHA'ULES JOM-N^ON, Esq.,
Attorney.
OATS and CORN
We are in the market, and, will be during the coming fall and win
ter, for a number of cars of No. 3 White and No. 2 White Oats, also
No. ~2 Yellow and No. 3 Yellow Corn, also Mixed Corn. Terms of pay
ment, sight draft with bill of lading attached.
We can pay today 31c per bushel for No. 3 White Oats in carload
lots f. o. b. your station, and for No. 3 Yellow Corn 50c per bushel in
carload lots f. o. b. cars at your station.
We will also be in the markot. for No..l Timothy, also Nb. 1 Up
land Hay during the coming fall and winter.
Address all communications to the H. C. Meining Company, Du
luth, Minnesota.
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Erick P. "Sundfors," contractor bt~
plastering and chimneys, has moved
to 217' Trott Ave. East, having phone
number 156-R.—Adv. tf. Jan. 1"
3=
2SO MODERN ROOMS
LOCATED IN MKART OP BUSINESS DISTRICT
91.25—ONE PRICE—$1.25
RATE FOR TWO PERSONS S2.O0
PRIVATE BATH, SHOWIR AND TOILET EXTRA 1
COMPLETE SAPKTY. AUTCMATICTSPItlNKLKRS
AND FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION.
INSURANCE RECORDS PROVK THAT NEVER
HAS A C.IFX N J-0*T IN ANY DUILOINO'
PROTECTED RV AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS.
EVCEV ROOM HA* 440T ANO fcOUO 'WATER.'
3TEAM HEAT. CLCCTRIC LIGHT-AHO'TELE-"
PHONt SERVICE,
Bargain Store on
Front Street
We carry, rf full line, of new
•furniture. We pay cash for
good used furniture. Exchange
new for old.' Free delivery to
all parts of city. Phone 7G5.
335 and 337 Pacific Ave West.
MRS. PEARL RAMUS, Prop.,
Willmar, Minn.
Professional Cards
Hemstitching Done
Erlandson-Person
Tribune Building, 1st floor
Charles A. Oberg
Attorney at Law
Otte-rness Block
Cor. 5th and Pacific Ave.
Willmar, Minnesota
0-
R. W. STANFORD
Lawyer
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND
COLLECTIONS
Office in Old Postoffice Building
Willmar, Minn.
ALFREDT.PETERSON
Funeral Director and
Licensed Embalmer
Res. Phone 462
Store Phone 16S
With Andrew Peterson
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WILLMAR FURNITURE CO.
UNDERTAKERS
V.V.NELSON
LICENSED EMBALMER
TELEPHONE 147
RESIDENCE 288
Willmar Minn.
Andrew Peterson
UCENSED EMBALMER
AND
N E A E
Cor. 6th & Paclflo
"Service First"
Telephone No. 165.
Residence 164.
WILLMAR, MINN.
Calls from Distances Solicited
HOLM BROS.
UNDERTAKERS AND
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Kandiyohi and Atwater, Ntlij%

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