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_' 4 ft i JSft csKAgnmr worn, MBjum& gum wvw a deceIen!t TtJT^S- 0 sai !2L2* estate o saicB deeed- ofisawl ISnal accomst zoi far mstri- ^nej^^^ thereunto, entitled f**F ctte^ aad reatcfrei to straw rw^T a fisr youi fiave* before tMa *?*& i Warren^ in the County of Marshall, State of Mtonesota, ^otfce tbi Sa of May, IShlff. at w&j saM petition teoM o% lie granted. a*doc~E Court, os S 5 .JT"^ 'F Ja and tne Seal off said Court th% Tata day of April, lm A ,_ PETER H. HOTLM. -Attorney for Petitioner. Uf ADITI I21. Citation for hearing on petition t se% mortgage or tease land. Estate of Johan August Anderson Ax, deceased,, and the guardianship of Bavid Anderson. Hazel Gunderson and Laura Etenota Swanson, Minora. State of Minnesota. County of Mar snail, Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Johan August Anderson Ax, decedent, ami the guardianship of David Anderson, Hazel Gunderson and Laura Elenora Swanscar, minors. The State of JBnnesota to Guriana A. Ax. August Anderson, David Ander son. Agnes Anderson, Hazel Gunder son* Laura Elenora Swanson. and all persons interested En th-e sale of cer tain lands belonging to said deceden and minors: The petition of Ole Kteppe and Julius J. Olson, as repre sentatives, of the above named deced ent and minors, being duly filed in this court, representing that it is nec essary and for tiie best interests of said estate and of all interested there in that certain fends of said decedent and minors described therein be sold and praying that a license be to them granted to sell the same: Now therefore, yon. and each of yon. are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any yon have, before this court, at the Probate Court rooms in the City of Warren, County of Marshall. State of Minnesota, on tie aota day of ApriL I'JIO, at ten o'clock A. M-, why tne prayer of said petition should not be granted. Witness the Judge of said court, and the seal of said court, this 7th day of Aoril, I&10v Peter H_ Holm. Judge of Probate Court. Julius J. Olson, Attorney for petitioner. (Court Seal) Mach 21April 14. ESTATE OF ANDREW S. WEIR. Stare of Minnesota, County of Mar snail, in Probate Court. In the Matter of tne Estate of An drew S. Weir, Decedent. The State of Minnesota to Sarah C. Weir, of Peterson, Iowa, and all persons in terested in the above entitled matter: Whereas, David McMillan and John McWhirter have filed in this Court their final account of their adminis tration of the estate of the above named decedent, together with their 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. It is ordered tnat said petition be heard, and tnat all persons interested in said matter be and ap pear before this Court on Saturday, the 23rd day of ApriL IS1&,, at I I o'- clock A. M., at the Probate Court rooms in tbe City of Warren, in said County, and then and there, or as soon thereafter as said matter can be beard, snow cause, if any they have, why said petition snould not be grant ed and that this citation be served by the publication thereof in Warren Sneaf according to law. Witness the Hon. Peter H. Holm. Judge of said Court, and the seal of said Court, this 28th day of March- WW. Peter H. Holm, (Court Seal) Judge Brown & Eekstromv Attorneys for Petitioners. Warren. Minn. Mareh1 24-May 5. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE. Xotice is,hereby given tnat default nas teen made in the conditions of a mortgage executed by H. Fant and Harriet Fant, Ms wife, mortgagors to WiEiam Bel!, mortgagee. &a&e.& No vember 1. I96T, and recorded in tne ofBce of the register of Seeds of Mar- snaH County, Minnesota, on Novem ber 4, 19T, at & o'clock A. M., in book 5S of mortgages,, page 455 tnat the amount claimed to be dxie on said mortgage at tios date is one tnou sand seven hundred twenty-five dol lars and ninety cents tnat tne prem ises deserioed In and covered by said mortgage are lots one (1 and two i2 in section fcweety-eiglEfc C2t and tiie nortiieast quarter of section twenty nine C29 township one hundred nfty six C15$ range forty-two Marshall County, Minnesota that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and pursuant to the statute iu such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of said premises afc-pahiie vendue to the highest bidder for cash, by the sheriff of Marshall County, Minneso ta, at the front door of the cdbrt house in the cfty of Warren, in said County an Stateo'cloc om 3fay, I9101,dat theA16th M''J day of 10 M. to sa tisfy the amount then due on said mortgage and any further sums paid for taxes, together with the costs and disbursements of said sale and seven ty-five dollars attorney's fees stipulat ed In said mortgage. iked. March 17. 191& -'V "i.^-.-f -f-: WiEiam BelL Mortgagee. I*. Thornton. *-****&&> Attorney for mortgagee.^^^2 Benson, Minn. ARTICLES QF INCORPORATION OF Wvrei Aittiibilg uompaey. We, the unders%ned, have agreed LO, and nereby do associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a Corporation under and pursuant to the Laws, of the State of Minnesota &m& d& hereby adopt the following. Articles of Incorporation. ARTICLE The name of this Corporatro shall' be Warren Automobile Company^ and its prtntupiti peace of business shall be at Warren, in the County of MarshaET, State of Minnesota. ARTICLE EL The general nature o* its business shall be the manufacturing, buying, selling: at wholesale or retail, trading, storing and repairing of automobiles, automobile parts and accessories, motorcycles, motor-cycle parts and ac cessories, and all THn of veMeies and vehicle parts and accessories selling: at wholesale or retail all kinds of lubricating oils and greases, gaso line, kerosene, crude oils, carbide and other gaseous and gas producing sub stances and combinations for produc ing gas for beating and lighting pur poses maintaining and carrying on an automobile and HEotor-cycie livery and for said purposes may acquire, by purchase or otherwise, hold, enjoy, im trtrove. Leaie. incumber, and convey all real and personal property necessary and expedient to the purpose of its or ganization, together with the doing and performing of any and aH acts necessary, ineidentaL expedient or ad vantageous to the purpose of its or ganization. ARTICLE HL The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the first day of May, A. D. UKti^ and its period of duration shaH be thirty 5& years. ARTICLE IT. The names and places of resMenee of the persons forming this corpora tion are: Nels Johnson, August Lund gren, R. B. Taralseth, M. Olson. Justice Carlson. Charles Wrttensten. and truest J. Johnson, all of Warren', Minnesota. ARTICLE T. The government of this corporation and the administration of its: aa shall, and are hereby, vested in a board of seven |T) directors, who shall be elected annually by the stock holders, at the annual meeting. Within three days after an annual election of members to constitute the board of directors of this corporation, such members shaS forthwith organ ize themselves for the due transaction of the business of this corporation by electing from its own members a presi dent, c. viee-i.resident, a secretary and treasurer. Any vacancy occurring such Board of Directors, through either death, ypaJgmaifcf^Mi^ or removal may and shaH forthwith be filled by the i remaining members of such board by a majority vote thereof, and the per son or persons thus appointed to fill such vacancy shafi be director or di rectors until the next annual stock holders* meeting, but no longer. ARTICLE VL The annual meeting of this corpor ation shaE be held on the second Tuesday in December in each and every year, beginning with the second Tuesday in December, in the year one thousand nine hundred ten, and sft?.Ef be held at such place as the acting board of directors shall specify. ARTICLEY The first board of directors of this corporation shaE be composed of Nels Johnson, August Lundgren. R. B. Taralseth, L. M. Olson, Justice Carl son, Charles .Wlttensten, and Ernest J. Johnson, ail of Warren, Minnesota of whom Nels Johnson shall be the president, Ernest J. Johnson the vice president and Charles Wrttensten the secretary and treasurer, and who shaH hold office untfE their successors are elected and oualined. ARTICLE YXL The amour of the capital stock of this corporation shall be and is here by fixed at the sum of Twenty Thous and Dollars f$268 and shaQ be paid in as called for by the board of directora. ARTICLE VUL The number of shares into which the capital stock shaH be divided shall be Two Hundred (2Q6 anl the par value of each share shall be One Hundred Dollars C$100). ARTICLE IX. The highest amount of indebtedness to which this corporation shaH be at any time subject shaH be the sum of Te Thousand Dollars. In Witness Whereof. We have here unto set our hands and seals, this 1st day of AprO A. D. 191. Nels Johnson. August Lundgren. R, B. Taralseth. L. M. Olson. Justiee Carlson. Charles Wittensten. Ernest J. Johnson. In the presence of Rasmus Julias J. Olson. State of Minnesota,! (Seal). (Seal). (Seal). (Seal). (Seal). (Seal). State of Minnesota.) )ss. County of MarshalL) On this 1st day of ApriL A. D. 1310, before me, a notary public within and for said Marshall County, personally appeared Nels Johnson, August Lund gres, R. B. Taralseth, L. M. Olson, Justice Carlson, Charles Wittensten and Ernest J. Johnson, to me known to be the persons described in ana who executed the foregoing Articles of Incorporation, and they acknow ledged that they executed the same as their free act and Seed. Rasmus Hage, Notary Public, Marshall Ca. Minn. My comznission expires Aug. X1915 CSeal). -vr STATE OP MINNESOTA, Department of State. I hereby certify that the within in strument was filed for record In this office o the Sth day of April A. D.I WARREM SHEAF, WARREM, MINN, THURSDAY. APRIL im. 1H0, at 11 o^dock A. M^, a Book S3 of CISL JuSus A. SebmakL Secretary of .State. County of MarshalL) I hereby certify that the within in strument was filed in this office for record on the 9th day of ApriL A. Dt, Wmr at 2'Aa. o'clock P. M. and was duly recorded in book H. of MiscL om page 294. Carl Hanson, Register of Deeds. By J. J. JOHNNY APPLESEED. By GERALD PRIME fCopyrfs&t, 1310. by Amerfcan Press Asso cfatftm-l (jjafara Chapman, loiava as Jafumy Ap pleseed,, was horn fix Sprtagffe&i, iwaanr., ta ITS. About toe year 1303 he rxaivwi ta tiie vicinity of Pe.tsurg and begaa Ma Me wortrafefng: appfe trees for tne bene fit of others.. Keepfng fa advance of ev 0zatonv he passed lata Ohio. amM worfted westward natiiB the- nortnern: anJ central parts--of that state were dotted wftn Ma. apple plantations. It was als enstom to dear a place hi tne forest, fence fa th& paten ami plant ft with apple seed. AI tnotzsn he went anarmeii, he was never molested by tne Indians, wno regarded him as a great medicine man. He died s& Fort Wayne.. Indw ftt &.I I take my hero tram the EancL No foreign soil batb bteel ban* No anen force hath- moved his hand Nor on to fame ham led nun. Yet 'gainst the doer and me deed I match my Johnny Appleseed. never heard the loud huzza Rise at his name's mere mention, He Si not startle nature's law Win marvel or invention. But what he dtd. so it's agreei Immortalized John Appleseed. What did he, men. this modest man. To wm his fellows* gratitude? was the humblest is the van Of those whose noble atntude Toward brother man fumQed a need dviEzed with apple seed. For up and down the midland wide ric passed annual pifyy**Mi' vy' And as he fated on every side gave the kad ib hentage. A generous soul, from esrorheed* gospel was the appfe seed. Ffis was the true philanthropy No tamt of seBr was k. His largess was the apple tree, And he who would might win it. So let no churl wkhhold the meed Doe noble Johnny Appleseed. NOTICE. We, Wm. RybacH and Zekerxews ki, of the Florian Real Estate Cou dissolved partnership. The Florian Real Estate Co., wiH be controlled on ly by Ignacy ZakerzewsxL Dated, April 1st, 1910. Signed. Ignacy ZaxerzewskL Wm. RybackL March IT, AprO 2& NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. Notice is hereoy given that default has been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage given by Albin Knauf, a single man, to E^ S. Ells worth and L. E. Jones, Mortgagees. dated February 23, 1&65, and recorded en the Office of the Register of Deeds of Marshall County, Minnesota, on the 2Sth day of March, IMS, at S o'clock A. M. In booh 37 of Mortgages, on page J9& thereof. That the prennses described In said mortgage and sit uate in MarshaBl County, -Minnesota, are to-wft: The North One-Half N. %.y of the Northeast Quarter 4NEL of Section Thirty-five C35 \m Township No. One Hundred Fifty jsix, North, of Range Forty-three 43). West of the Fifth P. M., in Marshall County, Minnesota. That the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at this date with interest is t*&.65, and for interest paid hj said Mortga gees on prior mortgage is EHL93* and for taxes paid on said premises by Mortgagees is S92. 52, a total of $234- claimed to be due to said Mortga gees by virtue of the above described mortgage. That by virtue of the pow er of sale contained in the said mortgage and pursuant to the statute in such case made ai provided, and no acetion tew or otherwise having bo instituted on saM mortgage, sa mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of the premises at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash by the Sheriff of Marshall County, Minne sota, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Warren in said County and State on Friday the Sth day of May, 1910, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to satfsfv the amount then due on said mortgage with interest and taxes, if any, and costs and attor ney's fees as stipulated by law, sub ject to redemption at any time with in one year from date of sale as pro vided by law. Dated March 15th, IS!. 7* Earnest O. Ellsworth and F. A. Cowan, Executors of the estate of El S. Ellsworth, de ceased and I*. EL Jones. 1^. M. Hoag Attorney for Mortgagees, Tmef River Falls, Mmn. FASTORHfG SMEB HI NATIONAL FOKXST. THE BRIGHTGIRLS OFELMHURST. By ROBERT DON NELL. E ICopyi-isnt. 320 by trngriwi, Press fc dat&m.I LMHTJRST academy, eoeduca- SonaL Is not a renowned 'eat of Dearningv nor Is the charm ing vfHage which boBds it a university town. The institution, however, is of excellent reputatfea among secondary school, *m*f the vfE lage is known widely for its culture and advaneed social condition. But the feature wmeh has given it almost a national reputation is its re marfcable endowment of shade. It hes embowered in an overarching canopy of greenery so dense and symmetrical Its outline that the fortunate village has been transformed into a veritable beauty spot, the theme of poets *nA singers, the inspiratton of the artist and the delight of the casual tourist who steps aside from the broader high ways to visit tins rhn*mfng New Eng land byway. How EHmhurst academy acquired its embowerment of shade was told to a tourist who remained a few days in the village last nt#rryr by an elderly resident. "Fifty years ago," she said, "1 was a student at Elmhurst academy. Then, as now, both boys and girls attended. Bat in some respects the academy was vastly different from its present as pect. For instance, instead of having plenty of shade trees the grounds were absolutely bare of trees. It was a desolate looking campus. I can assure you. "That was long before Arbor day be* came an institution in this country, but nevertheless some of us girls con ceived a plan whereby our beloved school became a shady bower. For several sessions there had beeu merg er less talk of setting: out trees or planting: them, but nothing came of ft We girtsft was just fifty years agtx last Apriltried to induce the young men to get to work at odd times and plant trees about the grounds. They were to lazy appareut^y "Ffnally the girls called a caucus one of the academy class rooms one afternoon. It was a secret session. A few nights afterward sixty-fiv^ of us met on the grounds at IS o'clock, car rying spades and mattocks. We alsor carried stock of elm seedlings, and those of other varieties of trees. Since our caucus we had been reading up on tree culture. We set to work planting the little trees. We had our plan afi carefully mapped out. The rows an^ groups as you see them now were taM out on a diagram, from wMeh we worked at the direction of our chosen leader, who. I am a little proud to say. was myself- "After we had been at work an hour or so the boys discovered us, though we were trying hard not to be visible or audible. About a hundred of them gathered about the academy grounds and made the night lively with catcalls and laughter at our expense. The boys offered various suggestions, all of which we rejected with scoro. We told them they should be ashamed of themselves for not having taken the Initiative, and since we were amply prepared to do the work, and do it right, we wanted none of their tardy co-operation.' "We even refused to let them see us home. They predicted that none of the trees would come up. but our planting was a grand success, as you see. Of course it took years and years for the trees to grow large enough to make* good shade, but the result of our night*s work now speaks for itself.** A Ranger's Qualifications. A forester's examination includes tests of his physical powers, of h? ability to rMe. shoot, handle pack horses and take care of himself in the woods and also of bis knowledge of surveying, sealing timber i I other subjects Incidental to the proper dis charge of his duties. CSE&RY THES OF OLD JAPAH. THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILS OF ISS RUE SHOES THE WORLDL ~8*JPER10B TO OTHER HAKES."* Tbwe wont W. DcMstes shoes fbrtfa* a****-?* atwaes find they are fiw *2*2f toaaottarKsfcar^e shoes Enstyle. comfbrt and darabfRty. JOKES. te- *3Howard*-. Utica. K. V. IT com* takeyoa into myhrge fkc* Brockton, Mm, and show yon ham caicfuBy W L. Dou*ta* aboes are f"*' J"- wodU resize why they hoU then-.tape, fit better, wear looter, and ave^dFgfcatarvalneW.1L.n tha any make. A JE! Twenty-four Years a'Res ident of the County. i I I Charges Reasonable i I I i Satisfaction Guaranteed I I I Call* Write or Phone No. 5 7 WARREN MIMN. 0. Farrell, WARREN MINN. Largest and best secleted stocKof WATCHES, CLOCKS, 1EWELRY SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS vo be found in Marshall county, prices that are right A visit to my store wiH convince you that above is correct. fine watch rep* rm a specialty Call and sec mc. EDISON and VICTOR talking machines and records. FARMERS, TAKE NOTfCC I am the aathorid meat for the Marshall Ceanry Farman Miilari lav anrance Co, for the towns of MeCrea, Comatoch. Wsxrentan, BozrOisv Maw Solum and Vftfiaz, *aaMuaaca la tUa a L. tsKOMOVD, Pa.inttr*L^I Get Your Automo biles, Carriages and Wagons painted and polished by expert -"-Wood finishers. Can guarantee our work to be first class. Bring them in early so W to bare tbexn ready for spring. ~j. Prices reasonable. Sbop in GoldeB*s old tmni^ -r ture slore. S.B. -*4 Douglasotherami af name STU igyourdeafercannot at-ron,with T.LBnnmM.iHiwL waatCarMailOntorCatalog. WX3ougJaa7Socto^ rtsaaxsBX Peoples Trading Co. I: W. H. DIXON Licensed Auctioneer i Selb Ait Kinds of Property 1 -3 Ind&Cli Pbonel3Sy /f*. Warren, Mmn.