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FOR SALE Four milk cows, two
of them fresh. Peter K. Farstad,
3. Warren, Minn.
COLT I** YEAR OLD for sale,
call at Sheaf office.
FOR SALE- Five milch cows
A E Hurst, 4 Warren, Minn.
FOR SALEPure bred Duroc Jer
sey spring pigs of both sexes, pair
and trios, not related also two pure
bred Red Poll Bulls, nine months "old.
Ed. Rosendahl, Warren, Minnesota.
FOR SALE Team of fine geld
ings, sound, weight 2500 lbs. Price
S210 00, also a 7 ft. McCormick bind
er with truck, price $35.00 Chas.
Leslie, Radium, Minn.
FOR SALEChoice Duroc pigs,
select your breeding stock now.
Prices right on pigs that show the
right breeding.M L. Warner, War
ren, Minn.
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fine young mares and geldings, right
from the farm. All good workers
and gentle Come to my barn and
look them over. Sold cheap.W. H.
5 BATES.One cent a word. No ad less than 15c.
111' i iii ii i i iii 111 I 11111 nun MII 11j i |.i..i..i..f i i j.
FOR SALEOne second hand mo
tor cycleWarren Auto Co.
or write Mrs. G. C. Winchester.
NOTICECedar posts for sale at
my barn. Extra good ones, 4 and 5
inch tops, the kind that lasts.W. H.
FOR SALE:My new six room
house, everything modern and up-to
date, with water, sewer and bath.
Ephraim Johneson, Warren, Minn.
FOR SALE Some good second
hand shot guns, at Farrell's. Also
one new bicycle.
FOR SALEHave a few Holstein
calves for saleP Frost, Spaulding
Farm Co
FOR SALEHorses, cows and
machinery of all kinds, also ensilage
cutter and carrier. Half-price snaps
for cash or on time to suit. Also
have full blood Guernsey bull and
high grade heifersJ E Cook, Rl,
Argyle, Minn.
FOR SALE West V2 Sec. 19
town of Tamarac. 3 and *4 miles
southwest from Stephen. All good
buildings. Price $40.00 per acre.
Rosie Alt, Cissna Park, 111
at a bargain.0 E Abrahamson.
FOR RENTHay land $1 00 acre,
N^2 Sec. 8-155-47 Plowland, 200 acres
for 1916. Sell on crop payments
$1000 down. Mueller, 4233 Wabash
Ave., Chicago
As Minneapolis is the best point to
get haying and harvest hands from
we are going to make our office head
quarters for farmers of Minnesota
and Dakotas this season. From the
present outlook we feel confident
that we will be able to supply you
with as many harvest hands as you
may need. Write us today, state
wages you expect to pay, about how
many men you will use and we will
send you any information that you
may desire. You will save money,
time and worry by writing us today.
1*5 1st St. S. Minneapolis, Minn.
Headquarters for harvest and hay
ing help.A. J. Taurangeau, Man
LOST-Between Ovsaks barn and
the First National Bank $50 00,
Wednesday. Finder please leave at
the Sheaf office and receive reward.
North Star College, Wai i \i, Minn.
FOUND:A Canadian certificate
of naturalization for John Olson.
May be had at Sheaf office.
FOUND- An automobile top
cover, about 12 miles southeast of
town. Owner call at this office and
pay for this notice
FOUND.A lady's hand bag con
taining pocket book, money and
other articles. Loser will write, or
call, identify property now at Sheaf
office, and pay for this notice.
COOK WANTED A good lady
cook. Kennedy's Restaurant, East
WANTED A good girl for gen
eral housework on the Snake River
Farm Apply at once Snake River
Farm, Warren, Minn
WANTED A housekeeper on
farm near Warren Enquire at the
Sheaf office
i &
WANTED A good separator
man, having had experience with
gasoline rig. A. Kovar, R. 3., War
ren, Minn.
WANTED-Painter capable of do
ing outside or inside house furnishing.
Call me by phone. Richard Zeno,
Stephen, Minn.
WANTEDTwo first grade teach
ers for District No. 82. Applicants
state wages and apply to Gustav
Berg, clerk Dist. 82, Gatzke, Minn.
sicians and Surgeons office New
State Bank Building, Warren, Minn
G. S. WATTAM, M. D, Physician and
Surgeon, office, 2nd floor First Na
tional Bank Building, Warren, Minn
C. BAKKE, D. S, Skandinavisk
Tandlaege office in the Taralseth
Building, Warren, Minn
First National Bank Building, War
ren, Minn.
E T. FRANK, M. C, graduate of
Chicago Veterinary College Post
graduate Kansas City Veterinary
College Member Minnesota State
Veterinary Medical Assn, Warren,
R. NAESETH, Lawyer office next
door to City Hall, Warren, Minn.
A N ECKSTROM, Attorney-at-Law
office 2nd floor First National Bank
Building, Warren, Minn
JULIUS OLSON, Attorney-at-Law.
(Successor to A Grindeland) Office
in the Taralseth Block, Warren.
RASMUS HAGE, Attorn ey-at-La^
office with Julius Olson, Warren.
House, Sign, Carriage and Au
to Painter. Paperhanging, Kal
somining, Graining and Hard
wood Finishing. Sample Books
of Wall Paper on Hand and ai
so Some Paper in Stock.
Contractor and Builder.
Warren, Minn.
i Come and Let Me Figure with i
In Minnesota. I
Important Happenings of the
Week Briefly Told.
Karlstad.Joseph Eismrich, a Kitt
son county farmer, died from pneu
monia at the age of 50 ears. He made
a fortune farming
MoorheadMrs Julia Flaten is
a serious condition as the result of
accidentally swallowing a quantity of
bedbug poison which was largely com
posed ot bichloride of mercury.
Red Wing Mayor A S. Erb of Fari
bault and ten other city officials mo
tored to Red Wing to investigate muni
cipal improvements Faribault plans
to electrify its water supply station
and wants to profit by Red Wing's
modern pumping stations Mayor Erb'
and party were entertained by Mayor
A Pierce and other officials.
StillwaterThe city council has
approved the report of the city equal
ization board. The reduction in pei
sonal property this year is $142,000.
The total \aluation of personal prop
erty, money and credits with increase
in real estate improvements, amounts
to 12,313,526 The money and credits
amount to $1,391 88 of that sum
PipestoneMr and Mrs William
Eikmeier celebrated their golden wed
ding anniversary They were married
in Westphalen, Germany, 1865, and
the day following their wedding start
ed for America. They first settled on
a larm in Dane county, Wis, but re
moved to Pipestone county in 1882
and ha\e since been residents here.
St CloudThat the school board
will not be unable to get a supermten
dent because of the rapid approach of
the opening of the school year was
apparent when half a dozen applica
tions from men with splendid qualifi
cations were-^eceived. Supt H.
Barnes will accept the state position
to which he was appointed by August
WinonaJames A Tawnev, who is
home from a conference at Washing
ton with Chairman Gardner of the In
ternational Joint Commission, reports
that an executive conference of the
commission will be held at St Paul
September 4, preceding the public
hearings on levels of the Lake of the
Woods, to begin at Warroad Septem
ber 7
W inona.The body of Ben McAllis
ter, who was drowned when a skiff ia
which he was riding with two other
companions capsized, was recovered.
It was floating just below the Burling
ton railway bridge at the east end of
this city, a mile and a half below
where the drowning occurred The
dead man was 55 years of age and
BramerdThinking his pal behind
him ready to take the purse. John
Mack, an alleged pickpocket, extracted
it from the pocket of a farmer at the
Lum park picnic, extended it behind
him and loosed his hold A little girl,
instead of his alleged confederate, Joe
Durich, picked it up and the farmer's
attention was attracted. Mack and
Durieh were arrested
Winona The Northwestern Rail
way company, according to a state
ment at the general offices of the di
vision, expects to handle as many as
75,000 carloads of gram on the Minne
sota and Dakota divisions. It is said
that only a sweeping storm of wide
spread area could now damage the
crop Many of the cars to be em
ployed in moving crops are new
St Cloud Ludwig Robbers, 83 years
old, the last surviving member of S
Cloud original city council, is dead
at his home in Sauk Rapids He was
born Germany and came to this
country in 1844, and to St Cloud in
1856. During the Indian war Robbers
carried dispatches by order of the gov
ernor to Paynesville and Forest City
and for this service was awarded a
state pe ision.
Fergus FallsFire destroyed the
horse barn at the state insane hospital
In this city Nine horses were burned
to death and there was a considerable
loss of hay, harnesses and rigs. The
fire broke out shortly before midnight
in the haymow. One theory is that
tramps crawled in to sleep there, and
another is that the fire was due to
spontaneous combustion, from heating
of new mown hay
BramerdFears entertained at riv
er towns farther south that reservoirs
of the upper Mississippi river are full
to bursting and due to cause as much
damage to the Twin Cities as last
year, are without foundation. Dam
caretakers say there is absolutely no
danger Due to small cloud-bursts, the
rainfall in June last year was 10 79
inches. This year it is 7.33 inches
July last year, 2.54 inches this year,
4.24 inches.
inona The authorities are look
in? for the bod\ of Ben McAllister,
who is believed to have been drowned
in he Mississippi river here In com
pany with Charles Cusm and Harry
White he had been visiting a camp
across the river. On the way back
their boat overturned. Cusm and
White swam to safety, but McAllister
disappeared, and while he was not ac
tually seen to go down it is felt that
di owning was his Tate
DuluthThe quarterly meeting of
the traffic managers of the constituent
companies of the United States Steel
corporation was held in Duluth with
about twenty of the traffic men from
outside the city present The mem
bers went in a special tram to the
steel plant at Morgan park, and later
they left for the Mesabi range.
St PaulMinnesota has received,
during the fiscal year, $230,697 88 roy
alty from mineral contracts in the roy*
slty class and $6,700 from those not
yet in this class, but for which an an
nual rental of $100 per lease per year
Is receive"
Phew! It's Hot!
Yes, but I'm on the Job!
.Never too warm for me to get you
a job, trade something for you, sell
or buy you a house or fulfill your
smallest want. Look me over
$100 Rfeward, $100
The readers of this paper will
pleased to learn that there is at least ou
dreaded disease that science has beet
able to cure all its stages, and that
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the onls
positive cure now known to the medica.
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutions
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blooi
and mucous surfaces of the system there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strength bi
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprietor
have so much f-vth in its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollar
for any case that it fails to cure. Sem
for list of testimonials.
Address F. CHENEY CO Toledo, Ohic
Sold by all Drnprists, 7Te.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Albert Golden
Dray Line
Dealer in
Wood and Ice
Warren, Minn. Phone 232
LaJteat Aikrrar Druatat for,
Cat-ehecter a tnmmmmmttnm*d
F1IU ia Ke4 and M mmUteS
boxes, scaled with Blue Ribbon. __
Take atlwr. Bar fraar
Diaialel AskforClft.CinM.TEKS
yeanknown- Best.SatMt,Always Reliabn
(Aug. 1125)
Order Limiting Time to File Claims,
and for Hearing Thereon.
Estate of Albert Arness.
State of Minnesota, County of Mar
shall, In probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Al
bert Arness, Decedent.
Letters of Administration this day
having been granted to I. Arness, of
Fork, Minnesota.
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
six months from and after the date
hereof and that Saturday the 26th
day of February 1916, at 10 o'clock
A. in the Probate Court Rooms
in the Citv of Warren, in said Coun
ty, be, and the same hereby is fixed
and appointed as the time and place
for hearing upon the examination
adjustment and allowance of such
claims as shall be presented within
the time aforesaid.
Let notice hereof be given by the
publication of this order in the War
ren Sheaf, as provided by law.
Dated August 6th. 1915.
(Court Seal) Peter H. Holm,
Judge of Probate
(July 28Aug. 11)
Citation for Hearing on Petition for
Estate of Nathan Strauss.
State of Minnesota, County of Mar
shall, In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Nathan Strauss, Decedent
The State of Minnesota To all
persons interested in the granting
of administration of the estate of
said decedent- The petition of the
heirs of said Decedent and Johannes
Grunow. Imperial German Consul, of
St. Paul. Minnesota, having been
filed in this court, representing that
Nathan Strauss, then a resident of
the County of Ottawa, State of Illi
nois, died intestate on the second 1
day of May, 1913 aria praying" that
letters of administration of his es
tate be granted to said Johannes
Grunow. Imperial German Consul,
of St. Paul, Minnesota 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 vou have: before this court at
the Probate Court Rooms in the
citv of Warren, in the county of
Marshall, State of Minnesota, on the
21st dav of August, 1915, at 2
o'clock P. M, why said petition
should not be granted.
Witness, the Judsre of this Court,
and the Seal of said Court, this 26th
day of Julv, 1915
Peter H. Holm.
(Court Seal) Probate Judge
Moritz Heim.
Deleeate Tor said Consul,
1308 Merchants National Bank
Building. St. Paul, Minnesota.
Aug. 4Sept. 8.
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Notice is hereby given that default
lias beer made in the conditions of a
tort^in mortgage executed by lohn
Bergquist and Sofia Magdalena Bn-g
auist, hi? wife, mortgagors, to j^e
Nederlantfsch Amerikaansche Rfno
theekbank (The Netherlands Ameri
can Mortgage Bank) mortgagee, dat
ed June l*t 1905. and recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds of Mar
shall County. Minnesota, on Julv 3rd.
1905 at 11 o'clock A. M. in Book 47,
on Page 104, that the amount claim
ed h* dno at this date is Thirteen
Hundred Fifty-Five and 48-100 Dol
lars ($1355 481, that the premises de
scribed in and covered by said mort
gaee are the North East quarter
(NE*4) of Section number Twelve
(12), in Township number One Hund
red Fifty-seven (157) North, of
Range number Fortv-Six (46) West
of the fifth Principal Meridian, con
taining 160 acres, more or less, that
no action or proceeding has been in
stituted to recover the mortgage debt,
that by virtue of the power of sale
contained in said mortgage and pur
suant to the Statute in such case
made and provided said mortgage
will be foreclosed by sale of said
premises at public vendue to the high
est bidder for cash by the Sheriff of
said Marshall County at the front
door of the Court House in the City
of Warren in said County and State
on Monday, September 20th, 1915, at
10 o'clock A. M.. to satisfy the amount
then due on said mortgage, together
with the costs and disbursements of
said sale, and $75 attorney's fees sti
pulated in said mortgage.
Dated July 31st, 1915.
De Nederlandsch Amerikaansche
Hypotheekbank (The Netherlands
American Mortgage Bank)
Wm. Panman, Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Scandinavian American Bank Bldg.,
St. Paul, Minn.
Carbon paper for sale at the Sheaf
office, any size up to 26x19 laches.
(July 7Aug 11)
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Wheras, default has been made in
the conditions of that certain
mortgage made and given by John
Ullakko and Anna Katnna Ullakko,
his wife, mortgagors, to Interstate
Securities Company, a corporation,
mortgagee, dated November 13, 1913,
and with power of sale therein con
tained, recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for Marshall
County, Minnesota, January 23rd,
1914 at ten o'clock A. M. in Book 68
of Mortgages, page 356, mortgaging
and conveying the following described
lands situated in said county and
state, to wit:
The west half of the South-west
quarter (W SW fc) Section Nine
(9), Township One Hundred Fifty
seven (157), Range Forty-three (43),
containing eighty acres more or less,
according to government survey
thereof which said mortgage was
by said mortgagee assigned to A.
T. Van Scoy by an instrument
writing dated November 26, 1913 and
recorded January 26, 1914, at 8 30
o'clock A. M. the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said
county Book 69 of Mortgage Deeds,
page 580 and which said mortgage
was by said assignee assigned to In
terstate Securities Company by an
instrument in writing dated May 5,
1915 and recorded June 25, 1915* at
8 00 o'clock A M. the office of the
Register of Deeds and for said
county in Book 76 of Mortgages
page 324 which default consists in
the failure to pay an installment of
twenty dollars and thirtv cents
($20.30) due November 1st, ~1914, the
sum of eighty-one dollars and twenty
cents ($8120) paid on the 1st day of
November, 1914, by mortgagee,
as and for the interest which accrued
and then became due and owing on a
first mortgage covering the land
hereinbefore described together with
interest on said sum at the rate of six
per cent per annum from and since
November 1st, 1914, the payment of
which said sum of interest being one
of the conditions and covenants of
the mortgage upon which this notice
is based, said payment of eighty-one
dollars and twenty cents ($8120)
interest having been necessanlv
made to protect the equity of the
above named mortgagee and its
assignee thereof said land Ancf
whereas, by reason of the said de
faults so made as aforesaid and each.
of them the power of sale contained!
in said mortage has, by the terms
of said mortgage, become operative
and said mortgagee, pursuant to the
terms of said mortgage, is authorized
to, has elected to and herebv does
declare and consider the whole
amount of said mortgage debt as
immediately due and payable and
there is now due and claimed to be
due at the date hereof on said
mortgage and the debt thereby se
cured the sum of one hundred fortv
six dollars and thirty cents ($146 30*),
with interest on twenty dollars and
thirty cents ($20.30) of said sum from
November 1st. 1914 and there is due
and claimed to be due at date hereof
the sum of eighty-one dollars and
I twenty cents ($81.20) interest paid by
said mortgagee on said prior mortg
age as hereinbefore stated, with in
terest thereon from the 1st dav of
November, 1914, at the rate of six
per cent per annum, the total amount
now due mortgagee herein by mortg
agors herein, by reason of all the
foregoing facts is the sum of Two
hundred thirty-one dollars and thirtv
six cents ($231.36) and no action or
proceeding at law or otherwise having
been instituted to recover the debt
secured by said mortgage or any
part thereof Now Therefore, notice
is hereby given that the said mortg
age will be foreclosed by the sale of
the above described premises, by the
sheriff of said Marshall county, at
public auction, to the highest bidder,
for cash, at the front door of the
county court house in Warren in said
county, on the 23rd day of August,
1915, at 10 o'clock A. M. to pay the
amount then due on said mortgage,
together with the costs of this fore
closure the sum of eighty-one dollars
and twenty cents ($81.20) with
interest theron at the rate of six per
cent per annum and the sum of twen
ty-five dollars attorneys fees stipu
lated in said mortgage.
Interstate Securities Company,
James Robertson & John F. Bonner,
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Proprietors of
And dealers in
Agents for the
Standard OH Co.
Phone 63. Warren, Minn.

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