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I1E ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 4 l LEGAL NOTICES I 4 rNoficc of Sale of Trunk Highway Reim. bursemeot Bonds of Big Stone County, Minnesota. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that on %he zTth day of June. 1922, at 10 o clock a.. m., at the Court House, in tim City o. Ortonville, Big Stone County, Minnesota, th. County Board of said county will receiv, ,bids for the sate of $49,717.40 Bonds. in th, *denomination of $1.000.00 each, except ont Jbond in a smaller amount, of said county, to be dattzl May 1st, 1922, to bear interes: at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, pay- able semi-annually, to mature as to pripci- l)at as follows: Bonds numbered 1 to 10 inclusive, on tay Ist, 1932. Bonds numbered 11 to 20 inclusive, on .May 1st, 1933. Bonds numbered 21 to 30 inclusive, on _May " 1st, 1934. Bonds "numbeed 31 to 40 inclusive, on ay 1st, 1935, Bonds numbered 41 to 50 inclusive, on May 1st, 1936, maid bonds to be issued under Chnpter 522. Laws, Minnesota, 1921, on account of ex- penditures made in permanently improving .roads described in Article 16 of the Con- titudon of the State of Minnesota. All bids must be accompanied by a certi- .tied check in the amount of 5 per cent of he amount of the issue, payabm untende- d:tonally to the treasurer of said county, to be forfeited to the county in the event that the successful bdder fails to take and pay or the bonds in accordance with the terms ot his bd. i The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the County Board. A, V. RANDALL, County Auditor, Big Stone County. Dted his 18th day of May. 1922, at Or- tonville, Minn. Citation for Hearing on Petition for , Administratiom Estate of J. R. Jenkins. TATE OF MINNESOTA, Cousty of Big Stone. In Probate Court. In ,the ,matter of the Estate of J. R. Jenkins, Decedent. he state of Minnesota, to Evelyn :F. Jenkins, Cora S. Sturges, and all :persons interested in the granting of administration of the estate of said iecedent: The petition of E&apos;elyn F. Jenkins having n filed in this Court, representing that J. R. Jenkins, then a resident of the County of Big ecured by said Mortgage, 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 the statute in such case made and provided, the said Mort- gage will be foreclosed by a sale of d.e premises described in arxi cn- veyed by said Mortgage, viz: The Southwest Quarter (SWM), of Section Nine (9), Township one hun- di'ed twenty-two (122), Range forty- four (44), and containing one hundred sixty (160)) acres more or less, ac- cording to the survey thereof, and ituated in Big Stone County and State of Minnesota, with the heredl- ments and appurtenances which sale will be made by the sheriff of said Big Stone county, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Or- tonville in said County and State, on the 19th day of June, 1922, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., of that day, at public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt of nine thousand three hundred eleven and 69-100 Dollars ($9,311.69.00), and interest and the taxes, if any, on said prem- ises, and Seventy-five Dollars ($75.00), Attorney's fees, as stipulated in and by said Mortgage in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by law; subject to redemption at any time within one year from the date of sale, as provided by law. Dated April 25 A. D. 1922. JOHN H. MAYNE, Assignee of Mortgage. W. C. PREUS, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage. Ortonville, MinrL o Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the sick- ness and death of our beloved mother; also for the beautiful floral offerings. ---Mrs. Ed. Schultz, Mrs. Fred Schultz, Mrs. Florence Petty, Ellen Trautmann, Mrs. Gunner Lindquist, Sharp Advance i Hg -.-, n o Yrlces m Outside Orders and Better Quality of Day's Drove Aid Selling In- terests. Sheep Firm. Tuesday's Closing-- Cattle 1,800. Fat cattle closing mostly 25c highel:, others steady to strong. Calves 2,200. Strong to slightly higher, best lights $9.00 to $9.50. Hogs 8,800. Market averaging around 25c to 30c higher, bulk better grades $10.00 to $10.50, packing sows $8.75 to $9.50. Pigs largely $11.00. Sheep 100. Firm. South St. Paul, Minn. , June 6, 1922: Some outside orders for hogs today, also the better quality of the day's drove and bulletin news from Chica- go aided salesmen in bringing about higher prices, the advance being about 25 to 30c on the average. Bulk of de- sirable grades of hogs sold at $10.00 to $10.50, some heavy mixed kinds running strong to packing sows around $9.75 to $9.90, and packing sow's largely $8.75 to $9.25, some $9.50. Good pigs brought $11.00. All fat beef steers and butcher she stock scored gains of fully 25c on opening days. Fat yearlings agai] top- ped the market, best of these selling from $8.50 to $9.00 with best heavy steers of a good beef grade going at $8.40, ad bulk of sales from this price down to $7.50, common beef steers selling from $7.00 to $7.50. Fat young cows and heifers of good and choice beef grade sold from $6.75 up to $8.00 or better, bulk of the fat she stock from $4.50 to $6,50. Canners and cutters sold to packers largely This is A Hell of A Story. Waterloo, Ia.--Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hell and three little Hells live in an unhappy little home on Hell's Half Ac'i, Mrs. Hell had Mr. Hell put in jail bemuse sh said he threatened to kill all "t%e other Hells and go far away. The Hells fought frequent battles in their cottage and once the cops found Mamma and Papa Hell fight- ing with knives, rolling pins and chairs, while all the little Hells were huddled under the bed. Wrigley is gumming up Europe. With First District Legionairesl @ hotdi,.tg "the peppiest district Lemon I I Professional and convention the Gophers have ever l Business Directory t.,et " at Lake City this week, the o Solid Second steps into the limelight and ,,-ants to know who said the Fear- Ortonville Electric Shop less Fighting First is the only Minne- EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL sota district to get together for a Pimne 49 for prompt and efficient yearly pow wow. The solid Second meets at Springfield on June 28th and S.a. BARR. Vroprleter. 29th for the purpose of uniting Second District posts ,more firm}y, "to render mutual assistance in the solution of Legion problems, to elect district of- ricers, to decide where the 1923 con- vention will be held, and "to renew old friendships and form new ones." Democratic Ballot PRIMARY ELECTION, MONDAY, JUNE 19th, 1922. Big Stone County, Minnesota. County Auditor Put a cress mark (X) opposite the name of the candidate for whom you wish to vote. UNITED STATES SENATOR IN CONGRESS ii i i THOMAN J. MEIGHEN Endorsed by DEMOCRATIC Party Convention HOMER MORRIS ANNA' D. OLESEN DR. CHAS. H. CARL VETERINARIAN Phon--Day 31, Night 51 Clinton -" Minnete o DR. A. M. STROM Graduate Veterinarian Office in Win. Cummens Bldg. Tel. 79 Ortonville_ Minn q, BELVA KAERCHER TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY Ortenville te FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy Drayilas All Order Given Prompt Attention I:l[atmauer Bros. PHONE 268 .Stone, State of Minnesota, died int- Arthur dad Elsie Melcher. tate on the 2nd day of June, 1922, ,and praying that letters of adminis- Card df Thanks. tration of his estate be granted to We wish by these presents to ex- A. H. Sturges, and the Court, having press our sincere, heartfelt thanks to fixed the time and place for hearing all our kind neighbors and friends said petition: Therefore, you and who helped us so much by kindly word each of you are hereby cited and re- and act and ded, and for the beauti- Aq[rORNEY GENERAL quired to show cause, if any you have, ful flowers received the last sickness efore this Court at the Probate Court -Rooms in the Court House, inthecity and at the burial of our husband and ingfrom $5.00 to $7,50, very few be_l[ - f Ortonville, in the county of Big father. JAMES E. DORAN ,Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 3rd --Mrs. F. Jenkins, low $5.50. day of July, 1922, at 10:00 o'clock a. Mrs. Corn S. Sturges, Sheep receipts are very light. Best :m., why said petition should not be - ' A.H. Sturges. native spring lambs sold today at GEORGE L. SIEGEL :grated. 1 $13.00/ fat shorn native ewes $2.50 Witness, the Judge of said Court, ] --Read the ad'e-e-wweek, to $6.50. * and seal of said Court, this 6th day B--LL--L OF CANDIDATES )f June, 1922. l Court Seal) R.B. HUDSON 1 Probate Judge. (First Pub. June 8 3w) t Citation for Hearing on Petition tel %ell, Mortgage or Lease Land. at $2.75 to $3.75, country buyers tak- ing some young cows on the cutter order up to $4.25. Bologna bulls sold MERLE BIRMINGHAM from $3.50 to $4.2.5. Veal calves sold strong to slightly higher, best lights going at $9.00 to $9.50, seconds mostly EDWARD INDREHUS $5.00 to $5.50. Scant supplies of stockers and feed- ers sold uder a relatively good de- mand at steady to strong, prices, rang- $&TE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stoness. In Probate Court. La the matter of the estate o Ed- vih Odden, Alvina J. Odden, Mel- xin E. O<men, Ellen J. Odden, and :ALfred E. Odden, wards. rhe sate of Minnesota, to Edwin ()]den, Atvina J. Odden, Melvin . ()alden, Ellen J. Odden, ,Alfred E. Od- aan, and "all persons interested iil the z.ortgaging of certain ands belm.s- 2g to said minor wards. The petition Ol Josephine Odden as representative ,of the above named wards, being duly liled in this court representing hat it is necessary and for the best interest of said estate and of all in- terested therein that certain lands of aid minor wards described theein ]be mortgaged and praying that a li- cense be to her granted to mortgage he same. Now, therefore, you and each of you are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, before his Court, at the Probate Court :Rooms, in the Court House of Orn- ville, county of Big Stone, state of :Minnesota, on the 19th day of June, 1922, at 10:00 a. m., why prayer of aid petition sh'ould not be granted. Witness, the judge of said court, :and the seal of said court, this 25th ay of May, 1922. R. B. HUDSON, (Seal) Judge of Probate Court WV. C. PREUS, Attorney for Petitioner. (First Pub. May 25 3w) MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Default having been made in the payment of the sum of One thousand ,one hmdred seventy-one and 40-100 Dollars, ($1,171.40), which is claimed o be due and is due at the date of his notice upon a certain Mortgage, duly executed and delivered by John Pullis and Hans Pullis, his wife, mort- gagol: to The Farmers & Merchants tate Bank of Correll, Minnesota, bearing date the 1st day o March, 1920, and witk a power of sale there- in conSained, duly recorded in the of- fice of the Register of Deeds in and :for the County of Big Stone and State f Minnesota, on the 22nd day f O ]March, 19,0, at 9:00 oclock, a. m. inl] Book 54 of Mortgages, on page 240. ]] Which said Mortgage, together with [ [ the debt secured thereby, was duly assigned by said Farmers & Mer- chants State Bank of Correll, Mort- gagee, to John H. Mayne by written ssignment dated the 24th day of March, 1920, and recorded in the of- fice of said Register bf Deeds, on the Sth day of March, 1920, at 9:00 )'clock a. m., in Book 46 of Mort- gages on page 192. And whereas the said John H. Mayne, the assignee, Mortgagee, and older of said Mortgage, has duly elec- ted and does hereby elect to declare the whole principal stem of said Mort- gage, due and payable at the date of this notice, under the terms and con- ditions of said Mortgage and the power o sale therein contained; and whereas there i actuatiy due and ,claimed to be due and payable at the date of this notice the sum of nine "thousand three hundred eleven and 69- 100 ($9,311.69) Dollars including prin- cipal, inteest, and delinquent taxes nd whereas the said power of sale has become operative, and no action or roceeding having been instituted, at hw or other'ise, to recover the debt TO BE NOMINATED Without Party Designation PRIMARY ELECTION, MONDAY, JUNE 19th, 1922. / Big Stone County, Minnesota. County Auditor Put a cross mark (X) opposite the name of the candidate for whom you wish to vote. ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT WILLIAM A. ANDERSON WILLIAM B. ANDERSON CONRAD H. CHRISTOPHERSON JAMES H.' QUINN W. H. VANDERBURGH ARCHIE H. VERNON SENATOR IN LEGISLATURF_,--48th DISTRICT F. L. CLIFF LOUIS O. FOSS FERDINAND J. STEIDL SHERIFI A. W. CARLSON JOHN GOWAN . J. M. HEGGE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS J. IDA BUCK MARTHA M. ROTHWELL M. A. TONER I COUNTY COMMISSIoNER--2nd DISTRICT T. J. ANDERSON THEODORE HUNDEBY K. G. KNUDSON i | I I *County Auditor will instruct printer to rotate names. ! GOVERNOR I Endorsed by DEMOCRATIC I Party Convention j[ *County Auditor wilt instruct printer to rotate names. Republican Ballot PRIMARY ELECTION, MONDAY, JUNE 19th, 1922. Big Stone County, Minnesota. ! County Auditor li Put a cross mark (X) opposite the name of the candidate for whom you wish to vote. UNITED STATES SENATOR IN CONGRESS FRANK B. KELLOGG t Endorsed by REPUBLICAN Party Convention ERNEST LUNDEEN RICHARD E. TITUS GOVERNOR FRANKLIN F. ELLSWORTH J. A.O. PREUS I Endorsed by REPUBLICAN t Party Convention ) LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR LLOYD AHLSTROM  - [ [ LOIJIS L COLLINS  Endorsed by REPUBLICAN o Party Convention  I SECRETARY OF STATE MIKE HOLM I Endorsed by REPUBLICAN/I  Party Convention   I r MARGARET M. KELLER STATE AUDITOR RAY P. CHASE GEORGE G. MAGNUSON ATTORNE GENERAL Endorsed hy REPUB00CAmt] [I i CLIFFORD L. HILTON Party Convention "1--1 JOHN C. LARSON STATE RAILROAD AND WAREHOUSE COMMISSIONER IVAN BOWEN  Endorsed by REPUBLICAN ] Party Convefition  I ; GERHARD BUNDLIE CLERK OF sUPREME COURT GRACE F. KAERCHER t Endorsed by REPUBLICAN Party Convention J HERMAN MUEILER *County Auditor will instruct printer to rotae names. Thirty yearz' e'perienee. No practi on your prolmrty. Gall or write me esd and get m on an early date. OrtenvHu Minneoo4m COL. A. W. BE.ZER '" Etal Esta, M, Pur ENd 8ts Firm Salu A Stalty For datj write me at OrtonvUIo Gradaa of Jones AucUo Seho $ J. A. JOHNSON PIANo TUNING AND RRPAAqRLNO- PHONES--Res, 194, Fum. Store 88 All Work Guaranteed Ortonville Miam I KODAK DEVE00OP,NG PRINTING ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Pmi THE REED STUDIO DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One Block ul hill from Gundermn's Drug Store Valuer-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For Rheumatism. neuritis, etc.) F. L. BROWN ! ! THE JEWELER 1 MIRRORS RESILVERED All Work Guaranteed UNIQUE SIGN SHOP Clinton, Minm ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes relired neatly and Bromldy Our Work Guarnt G A. POWELI Prop. JOHN SPANYERS Light Halina of all M Exnmm and Bs4urae Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. PAUL DIRNBAUER Bric Lair m! Plsmur Stem Mamu and all kind of Cememt Work Ortonvtlle, Minn. It. F. D. 4' PETERSON & SON DRAY Big Sterne  Ice Phone $8 OrtonviJl