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JUNE 11, 1936 THB WINTHROP NEWS. WINTHROP, MINNESOTA FOR HEARING TO SELL REAL ESTATE ON OF MINNF~OTA) OF SIBLEY) ss. IN PROBATE COURT In Re Estate of IL Win. Lickfett, alias ~ill~am Lickfett, alias Lickfett, Decedent. of suid estate [ fried herein a petition to sell sale certain real estate in said petition; ORDERED, That the hear- be had on July 6th, 1936, c A. M., before this Court lmahate court room in the me in Gaylord, Minnesota, notice hereof he given by of this order in the Win- and by mailed notice as bylaw. May 29th, 1936. Einar A. Rogstad, Probate Judge. Quandt, M esot for Petitioner. 4) FOR HEARING ON FINAL AND PETITION i~R DISTRIBUTION. MINNESOTA) OF SIBLEY) ss. IN PROBATE COURT In Re Estate of Samuelson, the same person G. Saxaue ~hson, Decedent. of ~he above which is insolvent, her final account and for settlememt and allow- for distribution to thereunto entitled; ORDERED, Tha~ the hear- be'had on July 6th, 1936, A. M., before' this Court Pt~ba~ court room in the in Gaylord, Minnesota, rmCice hereof he given by of this order in the Win- and by m~iled notice as by L w. May 29th, 1936. Einar A. Ro~tad, Probute Judge. W. Quand~, ~nnesota, for Petitioner. | ~OR HEARING ON FINAL AND PETITION ~R DISTRIBUTION. Soil Program Bases Will Be Set Soon A considerable number of inquir- ies have been received by Harry Muir, chairman of the grape agTicul- rural conservation committee from farmers asking when they will be notified of the number of acres in their soil-depleting bases. These bases will determine the maximum pa~Tne~ts they will be eligible to re- ceive under the 1936 Agricultural Conservation Program. "It is impossible to give a definite answer to this question now," Mr. Muir says, "because it ~-ill depend largely upon how soon work sheets can be completed and listed in the county office. However, the proced- ure is something like this: "First, farmers have work-sheets filled out so that the base acreage for soil-depleting crops on their farms can he established. As soon as the work-sheets are completed, ~he data they contain is entered on listing sheets in the county office. 8he recommended bases are then re- viewed by committeemen to see that they are fair and equitable between individual farmers in a community, and to see that the sum of all in- dividual base acreag~ in the county is within the total base acreage of soil-depleting crops assigned to the .county. Each farmer who has exe- cuted a work-sheet will then be noti- fied of his preliminary base, which is subject to revision and approval of the State Committee. "In a few counties, farmers al- ready may have received noticeof their preliminary base fi, gnres," Mr. Muir adds. "In many other counties, this notification may be expected within a few days. "'In most cases, the final base will be substantially the same as the pre- liminary base, and the farmer wilt be notified if the difference amounts to a decrease of more than one per cent iv. his base. "A one per cent :change in the base will( be small insofar as pay- ment is concerned," he extflaims. "If a farmer has a preliminary base of 100 acres, a difference of one per cent will amount to only one acre in the base. As this farmer may qual- ify for a Class I payment on any number of acres which he diverts to soil-conserving crops, up to 15 per cent of his base, this difference will amount to only fifteen-hundredths of one acre. or fifteen-hundredths of one per cent in the amount of Class I pa~nnents for which he may qual- ify." TWO "RINGS" IN TELEPHONE BOX; ONE WORTH MONEY! OF MINNESOTA) OF SIBLEY) ss. IN PROBATE COURT In Re Estate of A2bert Smith. alias A. S. Butler, Decedent. ~I)resenca~ive of the above eetate having filed her final and petition for settlement thereof and for dis- to the persons thereunto ORDERED, That the hear- be had on July 6th, 1936, A. M., before this Court Probate court room in the in Gaylord, Minnesota, notice hereof be given by of this order in the Win- and by mailed notice as by law. May 29th, 1936. ~eat) Einar A. Rogstad, Probate Judge. W. Quandt, ~innesota. for Petitioner. FOR STREET OILING IS HEREBY GIVEN. June 12, 1936 at eight o'clock the City Council of the City of ~P, 5~innesota, will receive for approximately 18,000 of No. 2 special road oil with 70 per cent asphalt content, heated and spread with pressure machinery on the the City; certified check Morton.--A new place for the s*cor- age of the family jewels was dis- covered in Morton last week when changes m installation were made by the telephone company. Installer Patrick O'Donovan had been sent to a house to change the telephone be- cause of a change in service. Leav- ing the house, he to~sed the old bell box into his truck Later that eve- sing, he was summoned to head- quarters where he was asked to go through his truck and locate the particular box. This he did, and upon opening it. out fell a diamond ring. It seems the subscriber, fear- fui of burglars, had been u~ng the bell box as a safe depository for the family jewels. She is not likely to do so again. WEDDING. SILVER AND GOLDEN ON SAME DAY New UIm.---A wedding, silver wed- ding, and golden wedding anniver- sary were celebrated by a groom, his parents, and grandparents respect- ively at New Ulm recently when Gloyd Gulden and Miss Marian Macho were joined in matrimony. Exactly twenty-five years before, John Guldan and Barbara Seifert Guldan were married in Morgan. And exactly 50 years ago, John Self- err and Katherine Leibl Seifert were joined in holy matrimony in the lit- tle village of Przeheischen, Bohem- ia, Austria. The grandparents of the groom came to America 10 years after his last named marriage. Mr. cent of the bids must and Mrs. Seifert, Sr. are 72 and 69 Rates: 5 cents per line. No ad. taken less than 25. Special Tractor Oil SAE 4 Spec2al Tractor Oil SAE Y~) and 60c. In 5 gal. lots @ 40c per gallon; in 30 gal. lots @ 37c per gallon. Motor oil--per gal. 50c SAE 30. Hanson's Service Station, Winthrop, Minn. 32-33 Notice---Farmers, Dealers. Cash up to $15 for old and disabled horses alive. We pick up anywhere, any ~me, or send them in with your trucker. Call DU 2577 or write Fox Farm, 3100 23rd av. S. Mpls. Always open. 32-5 PIANOS, PLAYERS, GRANDS: Closing Out Sale of Bankrupt Piano Stock. 150 Pianos new and used bought in Chicago. Close Out prices. Pianos $20 up. Players $50 up. Grands $195. All reliable makes such as Cable. Schffler, Schultz, Kim- ball, ebc. Ten very small, midget pianos, late models, taken from peo- ple unable to make payments, to be sold for small balances due. From one half to two thirds already paid. New full sized Sewing Machines'S25. Used Machines $5 up. Easy terms. MeGannon Music Co., Hutchinson, Minm p 32-35 CASH FOR LIVESTOCK At Winthrop Southside Stockyards Hogs bought ever)" day; cuttle Tues- day and Thursday. Highest Cash Prices paid for veal calves Tuesdays and Thursdays. Nn stock bought on Saturday. Call 41 for prices. H. Winters, local buyer. Winthrop,Minn. For Sale---Two, about 8-acre tracts of land, adjoining Winthrop city. Suitable for chicken ranch or truck gaxdening. Some building lots and house close in. Apply to August Eckberg. 31tf Farmers---If you are interested in installi~g the Prime Electric fence about your farm see R.F. Bentley, agent, R. F. D. No. 3, Box 68, Win- throp. We will be pleased to explain details and cost ofinstalling this modern farm fence, p It I Don't miss your home killed Beef and Pork and Homemade Sausage at this market. Don't hesitate to buy this juicy, flavory meat. We as- sure you it will make a satis- fying meal. Beef Roast, lb. 18c Boiling Beef, lb. 15c Soup Meat, 2 Ibs 25c Spare Ribs, lb. 15c Shoulder Pork Ib 20c Lard home rendered 15c Balloon Soap Flakes 5 Ib box 25c Lighthouse Cleanser Used Bargains in farm machinery:I lVlirmesota hay loader, with extra pickup cylinder, excellent condition. John Deere single row cultivator and~ 3-bottom tractor plow. See Harvey W. Swanson, It Cutting Job~ Wanted---Weeds or *.all grass. Have a sickle bar on ~,arden tractor to handle small lots or cemetery cuttin;~. Can also cut canary grass on low ,soft land. L. A. Schlueter, Phone 42. p it Lost---Moore fountain pen. Mot- tled grey and bL~ck color. Lost Monday between Postoffice and Schisler's store. ~'inder please leave pen at News office. It Used Bargains in Farm Machinery! Minnesota ,~oader complete with ex- tra cleaning cylinder. Osborne side delivery. McCormick-Deering 10-ft. tandem disc. Mirmesota 2-row culti- vator used only one sea.son- Grand Detoux 3-boVtom tractor plow. Mpls. 17-30 tractor--an excellent job for this fall's threshing. See Harvey W. Swanson. Minneapolis-Moline dealer, Winthrop, Minn. COCCIDIOSIS: A disease most prevan~ in. growing chicks and ~ur- key poults. It is found in chicks and poults from two weeks old until ma- turity. There are two forms of co- ccidiosis the acute and the chronic form. The birds lose appetite and sit around usually where the heat is most concer~trated. Feathers become ruffled and in acute form bloody droppings are evident. TREAT- MENT: We recommend Co-So in the drinking water. Co-So contains chiefly a debasic acid. Itis both astringent and antiseptic.It kills the coccidii germ, checks bleeding within the intestinos, and hculs the affected organs. F.W. IAndquist. GEHART SUNDQUIST Painting and Paperhanging F~timates Cheerfully Furnished. Winthrop, Minn. Kittens born at Rochester in the middle of the night had all had their eyes open at birth. WINTHROP MARKET REPORT Wednesday, 2 P. M. Wheat, No. 1 ~ ................ 94 V(heat, No. 2 ................. 90 Winter Wheat ................ 82 Flax ........................ 1.44 Barley ..................... 30-.50 Oats ......................... 18 Rye .......................... 40 Corn, new, No. 3 ............. 41 Corn, new. No. 4 .............. 41 Corn, new, No. 5 ............. 39 Heavy Hens .................. 14 Light Hens ................... 12 Heavy Broilers ................ 18 Light Broilers ................ 16 Heavy Cox ................... 07 Light Cox .................... 06 Eggs ........................ 16 HER CHOICE RECIPE ldeaTLemon Pie 1 ~ cups sugar % cup flo~r Vs tea~l~o~ salt 1 cup be{~ing wa~er Grate~J rind of one lemon 3 egg yolks 1 tablepsoon butter 4% tablespoons lem~n juice.. Method: Mix sugar and flour and salt---add boiling water stir- ring constantly. Allow to come to boiling point directly over heat, then cook over boiling water in double boiler 15 minutes. Add butter, egw yolks, lemon juice, and rind. P0,ar into a baked pie erus~ Make meringae of whites, brown and serve cold. Mxs. F. W. Lindqui~. You can drive your car into this garage with the assurance that you will get the o. best workmanship at a cost that you will agree is fair. Valve Grind For fuel economy and better performance, the motor may need to have its valves ground. Brake Adjustment DRAGGING BRAKES may be stealing your gas. We have equipment for accurate adjusting and e- qualizing. ................................ Ill, ! EBTINGHgUB-E FF ' - I Only Westinghouse has al- ways had hermetieally-sealed units IN ALL MODELS. First manufacturer to offer Five-Year Protection ON ALL MODELS. The only refrigerator with fast-freezing Sanalloy Froster ...... ::- .... and Eject-o-Cube Ice Trays. Exclusive Built-in Watchman insures continuous food pro- tection. All-steel cabinets. for longer ::: : food' lower cost operation, safer ii ii!: !!!!il1 Full-powered. to meet ex- ::.: i:: treme canditions without fore- ing mechanism beyond ca- pacity. Ten-year economy. con- firmed by actual records cov- ering years of service. @ S ,! each bid. City Council years old, have six children, 10 most refrigerator for the the right to reject any andgrandchildren and one great-grand- 3 toffs 10c sure to see =:=-~= child. Following *,he triple cele- the VALUGRAPH. Order of the City Council. bration, the parents and grandpar- And we have some nice fresh George Schemas, ents were guests of honor at the ~i~ ~! City Clerk.[home of the bride's parents. Pike and Bullheads for the I __ weekend. @ [I HAVE HAD YOUNGSTERS ~ i I We have hot bologna and Wing chapter of theI IN SCHOOL 36 YEARS .... Walton League has started a weinners every Friday after- farts of its own with the [ Little 'Falls.--V~en Woodrow Fel- noon by 4 o clock. alee and advice of Frank [ ix got his diploma from the Little Irr~pogation experc of the Di- ~ Fa~ls high school last week it mark- ,~ of Game and Fish. ~ ed the first time in 36 years that 300 ringneck pheasant eggs [Mr. and Mrs. Paul Felix have not ~0 ~i tSl ~y|~ ! ~archasecl this year and are [ had a youngster going to school in ~ | ~ hat hed in the commercial in-|Little Falls. In September 1900, Vta et at Red Wing. Of the birds | ~hey sent their oldest off to primary 75 or 100 will he used for [ school. Since then eight others have Btrl Mesmeb Prop. 1 1 ,i purposes. The remainder/launched out in quest of an edu- released in Goodhue county, cation. Another exclusive Westinghouse advan- tage is the easy way you can check values poin*t for point.., inside, outside... performance values and protection values ...with the VALU- GRAPH. If you want the