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Dec. 20-Jan. 3
State of Minnesota,
County of Marshallss.
District Court,
Fourteenth Judicial District.
.J-
Delia G. McGrady Plaintiff.
vs.
Emory J. Oleson, and Minnie M.
Oleson, his wife, O. W But
terfield and Mabel C. Butter
field, his wife, J. P. Rodgers
and Emma M. Rodgers, his
wife, Va Sant Trust Co., a
Minnesota corporation, indi
vidually and as trustee, and
C. R. Bedall Defendants.
SUMMONS.
The State of Minnesota, to the above
named defendants:
You, and each of you, are hereby
summoned and required to answerthe
complaint of the plaintiff in the above
entitled action which has been filed
in the office of the Clerk of said
Court and to serve a copy of your
answer thereto upon the subscriber,
at his office in the City of Warren,
Marshall County, .Minnesota, within
twenty days after the service of this
summons upon you, exclusive of the
day oj. such service: and if you fail
to answer the complaint within such
time the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief 'demanded therein.
Dated November 18th, 1922.
A. NT ECKSTROM,
Attorney for the Plaintiff,
Warren, Minnesota.
Dec. 13-Jan. 17
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure
Sale.
Whereas, default has been made in
the payment of principal due June
1st, 1921, under the terms -of the
hereinafter described mortgage, and
default has also occurred in the fail
ure to pay interest due June 1st, 1921,
and default has also occurred in the
failure to pay the taxfes for the years
1917, 1919, 1920 and 1921, on the prem
ises conveyed by said mortgage,
which mortgage was "duly executed
and delivered by Henry Moore Hope
and Nellie Hope, his wife, mortgagors,
to Minneapolis Trust Company, as
Trustee for Nellie M. Morris, mort
gagee, bearing date the 6th day ofpower
June, 1919 and with the power, of
sale therein contained duly recorded
in the office of the Register of Deeds
in and for Marshall County, Minne
sota, on the 22nd day of July, 1916,
at eleven o'clock A. M., in Book 82
of Mortgages, on page ^89, and which
said mortgage, together with the debt
secured thereby, was duly assigned by
said Minneapolis Trust Company, of
Minneapolis, Minnesota, as Trustee for
Nellie M, Morris, mortgagee, to Min
neapolis Trust Company, Minneapolis,
Minnesota, by written assignment
dated the 20th day of September,
1922, and recorded in the office of
said Register of Deeds on the 16th
day of October, 1922, at eight o'clock
A. M., in Book 103 of Mortgages on
page 467,
Now, Therefore, Notice .Is Hereby
Given that the amount which-- is
claimed to be due and is due at the
date of this notice upon said mort
gage is in principal and interest the
sum of Eleven Hundred Forty-three
and 22-100 Dollars ($1,143.22), and
that said Minneapolis Trust Company
has paid taxes on said premises,
which thereby became an additional
lien upon said premises secured by
said mortgage, which taxes with in
terest thereon as set forth in said
mortgage are at the date hereof in
the sum of Three Hundred Fifty-six
and 2-100 Dollars ($356.02), and that
by virtue of the power of sale con
tained insaid mortgage and pursuant
to the statute in such case made and
provided, said mortgage will be fore
closed by the sale of the following
described -mortgaged premises, to-wit:
The North Half (N%) of the North
east Quarter (NE%) of Section Twelve*
(12), and the South Half (S%) of the
Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section
One (1), Township One Hundred Fif
ty-seven (157), Range Thirty-nine
(39), containing one hundred sixty
(160) acres, more or less, according
to the United States Government sur
vey thereof, all in Marshall County,
Minnesota, which sale will be made
by the Sheriff of said Marshall Coun
ty at the front door of the Court
House in Warren in said County and
State on the 7th day of February,
1923, at ten o'clock A. M. of that day
at public ve Mjie to the highest bidder
for cash to pay and satisfy the
amount that will then be due
on said mortgage and the indebted
ness secured thereby and the said
taxes paid by said assignee of mort
gagee, with the costs and charges of
said foreclosure, and Fifty Dollars
($50.00) attorneys' fees, subject to re West,
demption at any time within one (1)to
year from the date of sale as pro
vided by law.
Dated December 7th, 1922.
MINNEAPOLIS TRUST COMPANY,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
Lancaster, Simpson, Junell & Dorsey,
Attorneys for Assignee of Mortgagee,
630 First NationalSoo Line Bldg.,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
__sji
Dec. 20-Jan. 3
NOTICE TO DRAINAGE CONTRAC-
TORS.
Office of County Auditor, Marshall
County, Minnesota.
Warren, Minnesota.
Notice is hereby given,"that sealed
bids- -w-ill' be- received at the office of
the County Auditor of Marshall Coun
ty at Warren, Minnesota, until 2
o'clock P. M. Jan. 16th, 1923, for the
construction of County Ditch No. 35,
located in Marshall County, Minnesota.
Said construction involves:
206,285 Cu. Yds. excavation and tem
porary bridges as directed by the En
gineer.
Leveling eleven miles of'" waste
banks. "t.--":-. J-i'.,.
Supplying culverts.-v
Installing culverts and moving- and
salvaging old culverts.
Seven bridges complete.
The Engineer's estimated cost"t the
several items of construction, includ
ing material required is as follows:
Excavation at 10c per cu. yard, and
temporary bridges at ^ost plU 15 pex*
cent.
Leveling eleven miles of waste banks
$3,750.00.
Bridges and culverts, $9,500.00.
The work is located an average dis
tance of ten miles from Middle River
on the Great Northern railway and is part thereof.
accessible over good or passable roads,
Bids are invited for the work as
one job, and also for any one or more
of the sections thereof, or any one
or more of the construction jobs. Each
bid must be accompanied by a certi
fied check made payable to the Coun
ty Auditor of Marshall County for not
less than ten per cent of the amount
bid. N bids can be entertained which
exceed by more than thirty per cent
the Engineer's estimated cost- Al
bids received will be publicly opened
and read, and the contract awarded
to the lowest -^responsible bidder.
The right to adjourn the letting of
the Contract to a time and place other
than that noted herein, or to reject
any and all bids is reserved.
For particulars regarding the work,
and for blank forms on which to sub
mit bids, address Irving E. Quist,
Warren, Minn.' Civil Engineer in
charge of the work.
A. G. LUNDGREN, .'r
County Auditor,. Marshall County.
(Seal)
Mr. Fred White Says, "Don't Idle Be
cause You Only See One Rat."
"I did, pretty soon found my cel
Lltir full. They ate my potatoes. After
trying RAT-SNAP I got 5 dead rats.
The rest later. They pass up the po
tatoes to eat BAT-SNAP.** If there
are rats around your placerfollow Mr.
White's example. Three sizes, 35c,
65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by
Peeple Trading'Co. and Warren Plsw?
macy.
Dec. 13-Jan. 17
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Nov. 2 2-Jan. 3
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Notice is Hereby "Given, That de
fault has ^occurred in the conditions
of that certain mortgage, dated the
seventeenth day of December A. D.
1917, executed by G. C. Pierce and
Bertha Davy Pierce, his wife, as mort
gagors to D. S. B. Johnston Land
Company, a Minnesota Corporation, as
Mortgagee, filed for record in the
office of the Register/ of Deeds in and
for Marshall County, State of Minne
sota, on the twenty-sixth day of De
cember A. D. 1917 at 9:00 o'clock A.
M., and recorded in Book 80 of Mort
gage Records, on page 576 thereof
that there is due and payable, at the
date of this notice, upon the debt
secured by said mortgage the sum of
Sixteen hundred eight-nine and 88-100
Dollars, and that no action or pro
ceeding at law or otherwise has been
instituted to recover said debt or any
part thereof that by virtue of a
power of sale therein contained said
mortgage will be foreclosed and the
land and -the premises therein de
scribed lying and being in the County
of Marshall, State of Minnesota, de
scribed as follows, to-wit: Northeast
quarter of Section numbered Twenty
seven (27), in Township numbered
One Hundred Fifty-six (156), North,
of Range numbered Forty-six (46),
will be sold at public auction
the highest bidder for cash by the
Sheriff of said Marshall County, at
the front door of the Court House, in
the City of'Warren, in the County of
Marshall, State of Minnesota, on the
6th day of January, 1923, at two
o'clock in the afternoon, to pay and
satisfy the debt secured by said mort
gage, and the taxes, if any, on said
premis.es, the sum of Fifty Dollars
attorney's fees therein provided for,
and the costs and disbursements al
lowed by law upon such foreclosure
8,11 cl SS.1&
Dated November 17th, A. D. 1922.
D. S. B. JOHNSTON LAND COMPANY, _tf o_!*t__*__,__*6
Wm. Burrows Vice-President.
J. WILLIS JAMES,
Attprney for Mortgagee,
Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Nov. 22-Dec. 27
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE.
DefauU having been made in the
payment of the "sum of Five hundred
forty-two and 40-100 ($542.40) Dollars
which is claimed to be due and in due
at the date of this" notice upon a
certain mortgage duly executed and
delivered by Joseph Schantzen and
Hazel Schantzen, his wife. Mortgagors,
to Lundgren, Wittensten & Company
(a corporation), Mortgagee, bearing
date the 12th day of October, 1921,
and with a power of sale therein con
tained, duly recorded I the office of
the Register of Deeds in and for the
County of Marshall, State of Minne
sota, on the 17th day of October, 1921,
at 9:00 o'clock A. M. in Book 100 of
mortgages on page 611 and no action
or proceeding .having been instituted
at law dr otherwise to recover the
debt secured by said mortgage, or any
Now, Therefore, Notice is -hereby
given, that by virtue of the power' of
sale contained 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, viz: The Southeast
Quarter (SE%) of Section Thirty (30V
and the North half (N% of the
Northeast Quarter (N_3%) of Section
Thirty-one (31) in Township one hun
dred fifty-five (155), Range forty-six
(46), containing 240 acres, more or
less according to the U. S. -Govern
ment survey thereof in Marshall
County and State of Minnesota, with
the hereditaments and appurtenances
which sale will be made 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 the 6th day of January, -1923,* at
11 o'clock A. M. of that day at public
vendue to the highest bidder for cash
to pay said debt of Five hundred
forty-two and 40-100 ($542.40) Dollars,
and interest and taxes, if any, on said
premises and Fifty ($50.00) Dollars
Attorney's fees as stipulated In and
by said mortgage in case of fore
closure and the disbursements allowed
by law subject to redemption at any
time within one year from the day
of' sale^as provided by law. &
Dated November 22nd. 1922.,
LUNDGREN, WITTENSTEN &
COMPANY.
Mortgagee.
A. N. ECKSTROMp:
Attorney for Mortgagee,
W$ren, Minnesota.
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iiWi \.iws
Dec 13. 20, 27 ~~\u
State of Minnesota,
County of Marshall.ss. v*
THE STATE OF MINNESOTA," To
"Fred Langreder, Defendant:
3f are hereby summoned to be and
appear before the undersigned, one of
the Justices of the Peace in and for
said County, on the 13th day of Jan
uary, 1923, at 2:00 o'clock in the af
ternoon, at my office in the city of
Warren, in said County, to answer to
the complaint of Th Peoples Trad
ing Company, the plaintiff, in a civil
action, wherein the plaintiff (Claims
the sum of Eighty and 34-100 ($80.34)
Dollars with interest thereon from
the 8th day of June, 1922. Should you
fail to appear at the time and place
aforesaid, judgment will be rendered
against you, upon the evidence ad
duced by said plaintiff, for such sum
a.3 it shall show itself entitled tdV
Given under my hand and dated
this 2nd day of December, 1922.
JTJLIUS NYQUIST
Justice of the Peace.
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure.
Take notice that default exists in
the conditions of that mortgage given
by Martin Olson and Mattie Olson, his
wife, mortgagors, to First State Bank
of Thief River Falls, a Minnesota
corporation, mortgagee, dated Decem
ber 14th, 1915 and recorded in the
office of the Register .of Deeds of
Marshall County, Minnesota on. the
28th day of December, 1915. at 9:30
o'clock A. M. in Book 79 of Mortgages
on page 279. Which said mortgage
was assigned by written assignment
to Hoag Security Company by First
State Bank of Thief River Falls dated
January 8th, 1916 and recorded in
the office of the ^Register of Deeds
of Marshall County, Minnesota on the
6th day of December, 1922, at 10
o'clock A. M. in Book 103 of Mort
gages on Page 858.
The amount claimed to be due ong
said mortgage with interest to this
date is $2240.00, by virtue of said
mortgage indebtedness. The premises
described in said mortgage and -sit
uated in Marshall County, Minnesota,
are to-wit: Th North Half of the
Southwest Quarter (N%SW%) and
Lots One (1) and Two (2) Five (5)
and Six (6) in Section No. Thirty-six
(36), Township No. One Hundred
^rifty.-five (155) North of Range No.
Forty-one (41). West of the Fifth
Principal Meridian. virtue of the
of sale contained in said mort
gag and pursuant to the statute and
no action in law or otherwise having
been instituted .thereon, same will be
forecloseKb the sale of said premises
at public vendue to the highest bidder
for cash by the Sheriff of Marshall
County, Minnesota, at the front door
of the Court House in the City of
Warren, Minnesota on Saturday, Jan
uary 24th, 1923 at ten o'clock A. M.
to satisfy the amount then due ondescribed
said mortgage with interest, taxes if
any and costs of this/action, including
Seventy-five dollars attorney fees as
stipulated 'for in said mortgage.
Dated at Minneapolis, Minnesota
this 13th day of December, 1922.
HOAG SECURITY COMPANY,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
L. M. HQAG,
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee,
736 Lumber Exchange,
Minneapolis, Minn.
JSKV^wSfr ^t.i &
^tjfJ^rf, 1^1*54 Dec. 20-27
NOTICE.
Proposals for County Depositories.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received at the
County Auditor's office in the City of
Warren, Marshall County. Minnesota,
until ^ie- o'clock" A. M., on Thursday,
January 4th, 1923, for the depositor
ies of the County Funds, stating what
security will be given to the said
County for such funds so deposited,
and what interest on"* monthly bal
ances of the amounts deposited on the
condition that said funds with accrued
interesr shall be subject to check and
payments at&all times on demand, and
also what interest would be paid on
funds if deposited for any length of
time.
Notice is further given that said
letting will be for a period of two
(2) years, and that the bonds given
as security must run for a period of
_two (2) years, and that no further or
additional,.letting of county funds will
be had prior to January, 1925.
Dated at Warren, Minnesota, Decem
ber 15th, 1922.
CARL T. OLSON,
Chairman County Board of Audit.
i A. G. LUNDGREN,
County Auditor.
A. C. SWANDBY,
Clerk of the District Court
and Clerk of Board of Audit.
Nov. -22-Dec. ,27
MORTGAGE] FORECLOSURE SALE.
Default having been made in the
conditions of that certain mortgage
bearing date October 29th, 1921, exe
cuted by Peter A. .Firglem, a bachelor,
as mortgagor, to O. C. Dosseth. as
mortgagee, and .filed for record in the
office of the Register of Deeds, of
Marshall County, Minnesota, on No hart,
vember 5th, 1921, at ten o'elock a. m.,
and recorded therein in Book 08 of
Mortgages on page 3, which mortgage
was duly assigned by the said mort
agee to Pioneer* State Bank, a cor
poration, of Plaza, North Dakota, by
written assignment bearing date No
vember. 8th, 1921, and filed for record
in the office of- said Register of Deeds,
on November 14th, 1922, at eight
o'clock a. m., and recorded therein in
Book "86" of Mortgages on page 108,
which default consists in the non
payment of the debt secured and
there is at the date of this notice
due on said mortgage the sum of
Three Hundred Fift% and 52-100 Dol
lars ($350.52), and no action or pro
ceedings having been instituted to re
cover the debt so secured or any
part thereof.
Now therefore, notice Is hereby
given, that by virtue of the power of
sale contained in said mortgage and
pursuant to law said mortgage will
be foreclosed by a sale of the prem
ises described in said mortgage, sit
uate in said Marshall County, and
as the East half' of the
Northwest quarter (E of NW%),
the Southwest quarter "of the North
east quarter (SW% of NE%) and the
Northeast quarter of the Southwest
quarter (NE% of SW%) of Section
Twenty-six (26), Township One Hun
dred Fifty-seven (157), Range Forty
(40), West of the 5th Principal Mer
idian, containing 160 acres, more or
less, according to the Government sur
vey thereof, which sale will be made
by the Sheriff of said Marshall Coun
ty at the front door of the Court
House in the City of Warren, therein
on Saturday, the 6th day of January,
1923, at ten o'clock a. m., to satisfy
the said debt with interest and the
taxes, if any, on said premises and
the disbursements allowed by law in
cluding the sum of Twenty-five Dol
lars ($25.00) attorney's fe%s stipulated
in said mortgage in case of fore
closure subject to redemption within
one year from the day of sale as prp
vided by law.
Dated, November 17th, 1922.
PIONEER STATE BANK,
Plaza, North Dakota,
Assignee of Mortgage.
BERT O. LOE,
Granite Falls, Minnesota,
Attorney for Assignee.
Dec. 6-Jan. 10
NOTICE O MORTGAGE FORE
CLOSURE: SALE:.
Whereas, Default has been made in
the payment of the interest on the
note secured by the within mortgage,
which note is dated December 1st,
1921. executed and delivered by Matt
Anderson and Bertha E. Anderson, his
wife, (Mortgagors) to Wm. F. Loeslie,
(Mortgagee), and default has also
been made in the payment of the
taxes assessed against the premises
secured by the within mortgage be
fore the same became delinquent,
which mortgage with a power of sale
therein contained was recorded in the
office of the Register of^ Deeds of
Marshall County, Minnesota on the
12th day of June, 1922, at 8:30 o'clock
in the forenoon, in book 97 of mort
gages on page 271, and
Whereas.^no action or proceeding at
law or otherwise have been instituted
to recover the debt secured by said
mortgage or any part thereof, and
Whereas,- it was stipulated in said
mortgage that if default be made by
Matt Anderson and Bertha E Ander
son*. (Mortgagors) in the payment of
the interest^ on the- -principal or the
payment the taxes" assessed upon
said land before the same became de
linquent, the (mortgagee) Wm F.general
Loeslie, might at his option declare
the whole sum of said principal and
interest described in said mortgage
notes secured -by said mortgage to be
due and payable, and
Where.as, default having been made
in the conditions and covenants of
said mortgage as aforesaid the said
Wn. F, Loeslie (mortgagee) does
hereby by these presents, elect and
declare'the whole sum to said princi
pal and interest of said mortgage to
be due and payable, and
principal and interest have: become
due by' reason of such default and
election, and
Whereas, the amount claimed to be
due- upon said mortgage at the time
of this notice is the sum of^ Two
Thousand Four Hundred Twenty-two
and 34-100 Dollars ($24-22.34) to-wit:
One Hundred Twenty-nine and 85-100
Dollars, interest ($129.85),'Two Thous
and Fifty-Five and no-100 Dollars,
Principal ($2055.00), Two Hundred
Thirty-seven and 4.9-100 Dollars, taxes
C$237.49) and Seventy,-flVe and no-100
Dollars ($75.00) Statutory Attorney's
fees as stipulated in said mortgage,
Now.. Therefore, Notice is hereby
giv that by virtue of the power of
sale contained in said mortgage and
pursuant to the Statute in such case
made and provided the said mortgage
will be foreclosed by a public sale of
the mortgaged premises hereinafter
described to the highest bidder for
cash by the sheriff
saidfront
County, Minnesota,
Marshall
aof th~e door 1
of the Court House in the City of
Wkrren, County of Marshall and-State
of Minnesota, on Saturday* the 20th
day of January, 1923, at two o'clock
in the afternoon, to pay and satisfy
the debt of Two Thousand Fifty-five
and no-100 Dollars, ($2055.00) and in
terest and taxes as aforesaid secured
by said mortgage, and Seventy-five
and no-100. Dollars, statutory Attor
ney's fees, as stipulated and provided
in said mortgage and the costs and
expenses allowed by law upon sueh
foreclosure and sale, subject to re
demption at .any time within one year
from the date of sale as provided by
law. 'i
The Mortgaged premises are sit
uated and described as follows: Th
Southwest Quarter (SW%) and the
South half (S% of the Southeast
Quarter (SE%) of Section Thirty-one
(31) in Township One Hundred Fifty
five (155) North, of Range Forty-six
(46) West of the 5th M. in Minne
sota, and containing Tw Hundred
Forty (240) acres more or less accord
lng to the government survey there
of in the County of Marshall and
State of Minnesota.
Dated this 2nd- day of. December.
1922.,
ft WM. LOESLIE.
Attorneys for "Mortgagee^,,
rv/
Fairmont. Minnesota.
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WashingtonHearings on President
Harding's recommendations for rural
credits legislation begins before the
senate committee on banking and cur
rency.
WashingtonApproximately 1,200,
000 pairs of hew trench and field shoes'
were sold for S1.83 a pair by the
Quartermaster department .of the Uni
ted States Army.
WashingtonNearly half the exports
of corn from the United States in 1921
or 58,58^,806 bushefa-r-went to Can
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partment of Agriculture.
WashingtonA subsidy for -Ameri
can producers, industrial and agricul
tural, was proposed by Senator Brook
Republican, of Iowa, as an
amendment to the administration ship
ping bill.
WashingtonFarm credit legisla
tion received in Congress an impetus
which both Republican and Democrat
ic leaders said insured legislation in
behalf of agriculturalists during the
present session.
WashingtonThe interstate com
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St. Paul railroad for a government
loan of 110,000,000 for the purpose of
taking tip securities of a like amount,
maturing Jan. 1, 1923.
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300,000 among famine sufferers in Ger
many and Austria by the United
Str.tos government was urged upon the
House by Representative Newton, Re
publican, Minnesota, who introduced a
resolution to that effect.
WashingtonThe fourteenth census
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gress appropriated for the purpose.
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reformatory for first offenders was ex
pressed at a hearing before the house
judiciary committee by a delegation
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tions are made by railroads inrafes on
agricultural^ products, Secretary Wal
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tified before the Interstate Commerce
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adjustment of industrial and agricul
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WashingtonMidshipmen Bruce H.
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and Stuart H. Hawkins, appointed
from Massachusetts, were ordered dis
missed from the Naval academy,
President Harding having approved
courtmartial sentences resulting from
the recent hazing cases ^at the acad
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WashingtonRepreaentative Knut
son, Republican'of Minnesota, charged
in the House that probably 85 per
cent of the documents now in the in
vestigation of war frauds had been
removed from the files of the Depart
ment of Justice before the Republican
party took over the administration in
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remains' about the same as
last week,.sSill varying widely in dif
ferent sections.
Streetman, Texas-Streetman was
-luiet after the lynching of a Negro,
and the burning of" the only Negro
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East St. Louis, 111Mrs. Albert Lil
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'in 36 years^y
^as married 12
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learns this winter! \ji
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corn-show in Lennox, on Jan. 19 nji
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Befesford, S. D.Work of graveling
the King of Trails south from Worth
ington to Beresford was commenced
this week.
Artesian, S. D.Temporary consol
idation of the Methodist:and Presby
terian churches of this place, to* ex
tend over a period of one year, have
been effected.-
Marion, Ill.r-The march of several
hundred armed men, driving before
them through the streets of Hefrin six
blood-stained prisoners f,nd then later
finding 20 bodies, was described to
the jury by several witnesses at theSoutheast
trial of five men in connection with the
riot.1
New YorkNarcotics valued at |50,-
000 and the names and addresses of
about 1,000 persons said by thejio
Jice to be selling agents- and addicts
vere seized here.^
Waterloo, IowaJoe Hemmer, aged
:0,was killed'and-Ambro Schroeder,
*ged 60 died 45 minutes after the
two men had been caught .under a
^eavy tree while cutting timber.
Springfield,* Ill.^Members' of the
ormer Chicago ^ciaTd of education^
convicted of contempt in ousting form
er School Superintendent Chadsey,
lnu9t*"3effw their jail sentences, the
'upr^me .court sdeeMe4S,,
-'*$
Office, Warren,
Car
Recltation""^""""""'
Minn,-I
LADY with two small children wishes
WANTEDA tenant with equipment
to farm a seetion of land one-half mile
west of Donaldson, Minnesota. .Parties
interested write I. P. Schoonover, Ste
phen, Minnesota.
6% MONEY. Under Bankers Reserve
System 6% loans may be secured on
farm property, to buy, build, improve,
or pay indebtedness. Bankers Re
serve Deposit Company, 1648 Califor
nia Street, Denver, Colorado.,
FOB SALE
FOR SALEAbout 50 shocks corn
fodder, 2 miles east of Warren. Al
bert Riegel.
Scratch pads for sale* at the Sheaf
office.
FARLEY
Misses Mary Botko and Mary Fer
encik returned Saturday to spend the
holidays at home.
Mrs. Edward Johnson' spent the
week end visiting in Warren.
Estelle and Lawrence Luxenburg
called at Geo. Ferencik's Thursday
evening.
Every home should have a Sheaf. Let
us send it to you eaeh week.
Miss Florence Wavra left for* her
home in Euclid "Saturday.
Miss Tillie KugelAisited with May
me Holub Thursday afternoon.
School closed in District No. 143
Friday, Dec. 22. The following pro
gram was rendered:
Song, Cradle Hymn School
Welcome Seven Pupils
Recitation Sophie Ferencik
Dialog, Christmas Lesson __ 4 Pupils
Recitation Aster Ferencik
Solo, The Xmas Story Florence Wavra
Recitation ___! John Chervanek
Pantomine The Old Dolls
Reciation Andrew Chervanek
Recitation Florence Wavra
Dialog, Mrs. Brown's Visitors
7 Etn^fffipff^^
Dialog, Choosing Xmas Pi^^*^W^^r
.Recitetlon'V.V-V.V^Walter Luxenbuf#^^ sonaebuildings,
UNCLE HANK
When a young feller has a gal on
th' string, it's next to impossible fer
him to remember th' text of a sermon.
Nov. 22-Jan. 3
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Notice is Hereby Given, That de
fault has occurred in the conditions
o_ that certain mortgage, dated the
seventeenth day of December, A. D.
1917, executed by G. C. Pierce and
Bertha Davy Pierce, his wife, as mort
gagors to D. S. B. Johnston Land
Company, a Minnesota Corporation,
as Mortgagee, filed for record in the
office of the Register of Deeds in and
for Marshall COunty, State, of Minne
sota, on the twenty-sixth'day of De
cember, A. D.- 1917, at 9:00 o'clock
A. M., and recorded in Book 80 of
Mortgage Records, on page 577 there
of that there is due and payable, at
the date of this notice, upon the debt
secured by said mortgage the sum of
Sixteen hundred eighty-nine and
88-100 Dollars, and that no action or
proceeding at law or bthewis has
been instituted to recover said debt
or any part thereof that by virtue
of a power of sale therein contained
said mortgage will be' foreclosed and
the land, and the premises therein
described lying and. being In the
County of Marshall, State of Minne-
sota,^ described as follows, to-wit:
quarter of Section numbered
Twenty-seven (27), in Township num
bered One Hundred Fifty-six (156).
North, of Range numbered Forty-six
(46), West, -will -be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash
by.the Sheriff of said Marshall Coun
ty, at the front door of the Court
House, In the City of Warren in the
County of Marshall, State of Minne
sota, on the 6th day- of January, 1923,
at two o'clock -in the afternoon, to
pay and satisfy the debt secured by
said mortgage,, and the taxes, If any,
on said .premises, the sumof Fifty
Dollar's attorney's fees therein pro
vided for, and'the costs and disburse
ments allowed by law upon such fore
closure and sale.
Date November 17th, A, D. 1922.
D. S. B. JOHNSTON LAND COMPANY.
Mortgagee.
Wm. Burrows, Vice-president.
LIVESTOCK F05 SALE
a as Addres FOR SALEPoland China Boars all
.10positionSheaf*housekeeper. r.~ c, ____ ages ghoj.fljojj Dul calg
Tl
geese, either sex Rhodvee Islanodu Rede,suo
White Leghorn and R. C. Black Min
orca cockerels. Priced to .suit the
times. Wm. C. Miller.
FOR SALEHave a few Hoisteto
calves for saleP. Frost Spaulding
Farm Co.
LOST
STRAYEDFrom our farm, a brown
gelding, weight 1000 lbs, two white
hind feet, small white star on head.
Finder please notify Jones Bros., Don-,
aldson, Minn.
FOUND
TAKEN UPA red two year old
heifer in town of Alma, about Nov.
14th. Owner may have same by prov
ing property and paying for this no
tice and keeping. Knut Brosdahl and
Axel Hanson.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE or RentThe Carl- Kul-
seth building in the village of Viking.
Write or see Carl G. Gustafson, Vik
ing, Minn.
FOR SALE160 acres located 2%
miles northwest of Angus in Polk
county and Section 32. Chas. Panten
berg, Peru/ 111.
RESIDENCE FOR SALE OR RENT
One of the best in the city, modern
throughout double garage. J. H.
Baugh, Warren, Minn.
WRITE or come to First National
Bank of Conway if you desire a farm
in this splendid settlement in Skagit
County, Washington. Abel Garborg,
Cashier.
HEftE I YOUR OPPORTUNITY!
For trade or sale 1120 acres of Alld
berta, Canada, land. Willl tradeG partios
or all of the landa located near Cal-
and
cl
ro
Three^^pW^fc'*^^
toy subsoil, almost level,
f'a
Vocal Duet Xmas Bells (Consider any kindr of real estate. -Ad-
_'Sophie and Lena"Ferencik! Jjess No. 129 Care Warren Sheaf,
Recitation Helen Ferencik Warren, Mum.
Dialog, Busy Maids Four Pupils
Song, Santa Claus School
Recitation ._ Edward Stinar
Distribution Of gifts by the Christ
mas Fairy Emily Holub
Immediately after the program re
freshments' were served.
all fenced. Will
FOR RENT
FOR RENTSoutheast quarter of
Section 22, 155, 48, Warrenton. Par
ties interested write Otto Johnson,
Wenona, 111., Box 320.
FOR RENT80 acres of land, aU un
der cultivation, E1/.
1/.
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w*r
^i_i-,
oo
ln dt'
Four-"Pupils'''Saiyr^alf^milaescsk
chocolat
from town of Carol-
Sec 12
NW
154-50. Call at the Warren National
Bank.
Why Mr. Joe Armstrong, Celebrated
Dog Trainer, Uses Rat-Snap.
"Noticed, rats around my kennels,
having hundreds of prize dogs, could
n't take chances. Tried RAT-SNAP
in three weeks every rat disappeared.
Noticed that the dogs never went near
RAT-SNAP. I tell my friends about
RAT-SNAP." Use this sure rodent
exterminator, it's safe. Comes in cake
form. Three sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25.
Sold and guaranteed by Warren Phar
macy and Peoples Trading Co.
Extra copies of the Sheaf may be
bought at the news stands at the
East Side Confectionery and at
Bakkes Sweet Shop.
1 Professional Cards
DR. G. S. WATTAM, Office First Na
tional Bank Building, Warren, Minn.
Special attention given to diseases of
Nose, Throat, Eyes and fitting of
Glasses. _.
DR. H. M/BLEGEN, Physician and
Surgeon. Office State Bank Build
ing, Warren, Minn.
DR. F. C. BAKKE, Dentist. Office in
the -Taralseth Building, Warren,
Minn.
9. T, FRANK, M. D. C., graduate of
Chicago Veterinary College. Post
graduate Kansas City Veterinary
College. Member Minnesota State
Veterinary Medical Assn. Warren.
Minn.
J. B. NAESETH, Lawyer. Office in
Pity Hall, Warren, Minn.
A. N. ECKSTROM, Attorney-at-law.
Office 2nd floor First National Bank.
Building, Warren, Minn.
OLSON & HAGE, Attorneys-at-Law.
Office in Taralseth Block. Warren
Minn.
MF0B BETTER GLASSES"
I Successors to Porte-Hendrickson #4
Q. W. SMITH. DRAY LINE.
Dealer in _, Wood and lee.
IBttMrri *Woma MftHL,
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