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DECEMBER  :922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE 9 i . NOTICES : TO BANKS hereby given, that the un- of Audit of Big Stone Minnesota, wilt receive pio- the deposit of the County said County, at the office of at the Court House of Ortonvflle, Minnesota, the 30th day of Decem- at ten o'clock in the fore- to Section 847, 348, 894 statutes of Minnesota should strictly conform to above mentioned. Dated day of December. chairman County County Auditor. French, Clerk of District County Board of Audit. FORECLOSURE SALE been made in the payment of Six Thousand Seven Hundred trod 18-100 ($6734.18) Dollars, i to be due and is due at the upon a certain Mortgage, and delivered by George W.i Buck. his wife, Mortg- Bros. Security Co., a corpora-i City, P. O. Grant County, bearing date the 14th day and with a power of sale duly recorded in the office! of Deeds in and for the Stone and State of Minnesota. of October, 1919, at 9 o'clock of Mortgages, on page 600. Mortgage, together with the debt was duly assigned by said Co., a corporation of Big Mortgagee, to Rutland Say- Vermont, by written the 6th day of Ne.,ember in the office of said Reg- on the 20th dy of December, A. M,, In Book 54 of Mort- 425. Notice is hereby gfven, of the power of sale contained and pursuant to the sta- a made and provided, the Will be foreclosed by a sale of convepd by said Quarter (NE) of Section One Hundred Twenty-three Forty-seven (47), ontailfing less in Big Stone CotlIl nnesota, ith the herdita- whlch sale will be of said Big Stone Coun- door of the Court House, in in said County and day of I)eeernber, 1922, at of that day, at public highest bidder for e.ash, to pay 8Ix Thousand Seven Hundred @ ,, American Legion Notes J, Three Messages For Legionaires Three outs'tanding figures in Ameri- can life exten ed their hand in greeting to the American Legion last week when National Commander Alvin Ows- iev of the Legion visited them in Washington. The PresidenZ received the Legion chief at the White House and talked with him at length. The wife of the President arose from her sick bend and received the Legion Commander in her wheel chair. At the home of Woodrow Wilson, tim former commander-in-chief of our ex- peditionary forces welcomed the lead- er of the Legion. And these are the messages they sent through the Le- gion to all veterans of the great war. From President Harding-- "You say to the American Legion and to the American boys that they should have what they expect from the Government and "what they are entitled to. I am behind the hospital- ization program and it will be pushed to speedy conclusion." From Mrs. Harding-- "I want you to say to the former service men that a friend of the American Legion has been ill, but she is much better now and will soon be on the job." From Woodrow Wilson-- "Say to them that I am their com- rade. Say to them that they are real soldiers who fought for the .liberty of the world. They were the crusad- ers for liberty. Owsley Tells Of Meeting On the same evening of the day on which be had visited these distinguish- ed citizens, National Commander Ows- ley told members of Patrick Costello Post of Washington about how im- pressed he had been. "Like hundreds of other young Americans," he said "I was curious to meet the President of the United States. And when I met and talked with Plesident Hard- ing and he took my hand and said: 'Owsley, I am glad to see you because you represent that great organization which I respect and revere so much The American Legion', I was impress- ed by his strength and manhood, po- sessing that vital Americanism which is the ideal of the American Legion, I felt then and I want you to know that I believe the American Legion can go into partnership with our Gay- 18-I0 DolJl:s and interest, ernment for the accomplishment of any, on said premises, nd our ideal," $I00.00)) Dollars, Attorney's I tted in nd by raid Mortgage I closure, and the disbursements] Other Visits Follow subject to redemption at $2a  Follwing his conference with Presi- mat year from the day of sale as dent Harding, Commander Owsley had laW. 20th A. D. 1922. the privilege of meeting Mrs. Harding, SAVINGS BANK. Rutland, Vermont. Assignee of Mortgagee. Assiaee, Big Stone City, S. D. 26, 7 wks. of Postponement hereby given that the sale the above notice is post- 23rd, 1922 at 2:30 ' ., and that in all respects : it will take place as tated 9th, 1922. Savings Bank, Rutland, Vermont. Assignee of Mortgagee. risman, for Assignee Minnesota. 14. last pub Dec 21) t HEARING ON PETI-I SETTLEMENT OF AC- AND ON PETITION FOR OF EGECUTOR OR MINNESOTA, County of ss.--In Probate Court of of the Estate of Deceased. and filing the petition Koepke representing things, that he is the re- of the stat of the abgve ent, and that he has fully said estate and filed lil thereof, and praying and place be fixed for petition, the examination of said account, and and filing the final de- of said estate; and time and place be fixed of said petition for of said representative the sureties on his Bond. That said petition for and allowance of said and the filing of the fi- In said matter be heard at Court Office in the Court: City of Ortondlle in said Stone, on Monday the A. D., 1923 at 10 )renoon of said day. Ordered, That said pc- discharge of said repre- with the sureties be heard at the Probate at the Court House, in Ortonville, in said County n Monday the 15th day A. D., 1923 at 11 oclock of said day; at which said representative of will be allowed to make ,lied with said.final de- all the orders of this matter, and all persons be heard for and discharge of said repre- the sureties on his bond. Ordered, That notice to all parties interest- this order, once in three successive weeks who arose from her sick bed and dress- ed in order to talk with him about his disabled comrades and assured him that she is a true friend of the Le- gion. Then Commander Owsley pass- ed off to the home of that soldier and commander-in-chief of our armies in the great war, Woodrow Wilson. In telling Coszello Post about his visit, Mr. Owsley said: "And as I stood be- for that soldier comrade of our's who fell in the service of his country as loyally as man ever did, I wfihe,i you might have been with de, for I thought of the rank "ad file of the Legion then, and I said: "Mr. Wilson, I thank you for thelcompliment to the American Legion m receiving your comrade. I come to pay the respects of my buddies to our former command- er-in-chief and our now great disting- uished citizen." He thanked me, and when I told him that fn January I ex- -*! *n bin talkin to 1,000,000 = :== = . = ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETI- TION TO CONVEY LANDS ON CONTRACT STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone,ss.--In Probate Court. Special Term December 15th, 1922 In the Matter of the Estate of Dana Hodgdon, Deceased. On reaTng_ana filing the petition of ]fichael J. Hausauer, claiming to be entitled to a conveyance of certain real estate from the administrator of said estate, setting forth that Dana Hodgdon deceased, was bound by a contract n writing to convey-said real estate to the said Michael J. Hau- sauer upon the terms and conditions therein stated, with a description of the land to be conveyed, and the facts upon which such clahn to eonveyance is predicated, and praying that the Probate Court make a decree authoriz- ing and directing the said Charles H. Bolsta, administrator, to convey said realestate to said petitioner as the persor.entitled thereto. It 1s Therefore Ordered, That all persons interested in said estate may appear before this Court, at a special term thereof to be held on Monday, the 15th day of January A. D., 1923, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at th.ePro- bate office in the Court House in the City of Ortonville in said County and oppose said petition. And it is Further Oredered, That this order shall be published )nce in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day Of hearing in The Ortonville Independent, a weekly newspaper printed and published at the City of Ortonville in said County. Dated at Ortonville, Minnesota the 15th day of December, A. D., 1922. By the Court. 1 B. Hudsoa, Judge of Probate. Farrington and Bolsta, Attorneys. (1st pub. Dec 21-Jon.-4) day above specified for,] GHS Of said final accomt, iniLOU Independent, a weekly and published at Ortonville in said County  Every few houm swallow slowly small pieces of 16th A. D., 1922. R. B. Hudson, Judge of Probate. and Bolsta, Attorneys. 21-Jam-4) to The Independent---the papernot a "hit and It os you no yetr. Vicks the size of a pe Melt a little in a spoon and inhale the vapors. Legienais and the men and women of the United Sta,es, and that t want- ed a message to carry to them from: him, his eyes flashed, he sat erect, his i jaw set, and he said: "Say to them' that I am their comrade. Say to them i that they are real soldiers who fought for the liberty of the world. They: were the crusaders for liberty." and as i I left him, he wished The American l Legion 'God Speed." Marketin00 Theme Bureau's Meeting Low Rates, on Certificate Plan Ob- tained for State Convention, St. Paul, Jan. 2-4. i Marketing will be the theme stress- ed at the annual convention of the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation, to be held in St. Paul, Jan. 2, 3, and 4. On the second day of the meeting, most of the time will be devoted to reports from farmer-owned sales agencies, Representatives of grain, wool, potato and other i selling institutions with which the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation is co-operating, will be on the program to report on progress during the year and sugge plans for expansion in 1923. Railroad rates of a fare and a half for the round trip for all persons at- tending the convention have been ab- tained by F. L. French, secretary. "To profit, by this arrangement," Mr. French says, "delegates and others at- tending should obtain a certificate at the time the ticket 's purchased. Sometime during the convention these certificates will be indorsed by federa- tion officials, which indorsement will entitle the purchaser to a ticket home at half price." Farm Bureau officials have been as- sured by Secretary of Agriculture! Wallace that he will be present for an address the opening day if he can ar- range his work at Washington so can make the trips west. However, the question of his coming is still unsettl- ed. Consideration of the Federation's agricultural program for 1923 will be an important part of the delegates' work. This is the season of the year when it is fitting and proper that we express our thanks to our many friends for the business relationship which has existed between us for the past year. It has been our object to se.we the machinery needs of as many farmers as possible and to give the best service and the best machinery for the smallest price possible. We shall continue this policy and trust that we may enjoy the business confidence of all dth whom we deal in the future as well as in the past. Ortonville Implement Company OSTLIND & ANDERSON, Props. Ortonville, Minn. We Wish A Merry Chri00mas to all our friends and thank them for all of the business of the year and hope that our future business relations will be better than ever, NOW IS THE TIME to look after your batteries. Do not take chances in zero weather, but let us take care of them. With our equipment we can end your battery worries. Your car will be more comfortable if you install a foot warmer and use the heat that is now being wasted. Our well equipped shop is in readiness to care for all your motor troubles. Tell us to get your car and your troubles will cease. Watch you oil closely. Bring the car in and we will examine it to see if you are getting the proper lubrication. Why attempt to travel these roads with old tires? Put on new casings now and use the old ones in warmer weather. The PARK GARAG E OSTLLND & KARN, Props. '-, Ortonville, Minn. "Th ti 1 e most prac ca W/.. . as well as the most -;, acceptable Gift you could : select for your wife, rel- . ative or friend is a choice from our display of splen- did and practical Electric- , al appliances. A': Whatever you decide up- on it will, make the home- life of the recipient hap- pier--and is a lasting Gift. !i ORTONVILLE Electric Shop S. A. BARR, Prop. Ortonville Phone 49 If it isn't Electrical it isn't