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Clay County, Minnesota


Local People


B. P. Bold
Source: The Bemidji Daily Pioneer (Bemidji, MN) July 27, 1921; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Bold and family from Ulen, Minn., visited at the H. H. Vance home Sunday.


Aaron Brown
Source: Grand Forks Daily Herald (Grand Forks, MN) Saturday, June 9, 1900; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

EAST GRAND FORKS.
Aaron Brown has gone to Ulen, Minn., to do some special work for the Northern Pacific at that point.


S. S. Dalen
Source: Oregon City Enterprise (OR) May 6, 1910; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
CHARLES BATES SELLS STORE.
Charles Bates, who has been in the grocery business for the past four years in this city, has disposed of his stock and fixtures to S. S. Dalen, of Moorehead, Minn. Mr. Dalen, who has been in the grocery business for the past 20 years at Moorehead and Georgetown, Minn., has brought his family with him and has taken possession of the residence vacated by Mr. Bates.


O. S. Kenfield
Source: Peck's Sun, Barnesville, Clay County, Minnesota, June 20, 1896; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

O. S. Kenfield is having a well drilled at his house. Gardner, of Pelican Rapids, has the job.


Palmer Larson
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Tuesday, January 9, 1912; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

Ulen, Minn.-Palmer Larson, a Ulen boy, who has been studying art in St. Paul, recently painted a life size picture of a prize Holstein cow at Alameda, Sask. He used a bed sheet in lieu of canvas and a stencil brush which had seen service in marking packages, while for paint he employed shoe blacking. The picture attracted considerable attention.


Margaret Lofgren
Source: The Ward County Independent (Minot, ND) March 11, 1915; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

FARM BOYS AND GIRLS MEET PRESIDENT.
Thirty farm boys and girls of the United States, champion corn growers and bread makers, called on Woodrow Wilson, president of the United States at Washington this week. One of the boys, Roy Halvorson, of Minnesota, who grew over 115 bushels of corn on an acre, was one of the visitors. Two girls, Margaret Lofgren, aged 16, of Ulen, Minn., and Florence Fiergolla, aged 19 of Sauk Rapids, also shook hands with the president.


George F. Regeir
Source: Bismarck Daily Tribune (Bismarck, ND) July 12, 1907; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

George F. Regeir and wife and sister, Miss Katie Regeir, went to Bismarck Friday and made filings of claims in Kidder county. Mr. Regeir and wife went from Bismarck to their home at Ulen, Minn., while Miss Katie will remain for a further visit with relatives here.


L. L. Tuft
Source: Oregon City Enterprise (OR) Dec. 30, 1910; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
L. L. Tuft arrived in Canby on Friday from Hawley, Minn., and will be connected with his father, L. H. Tuft in watch repairing and jewelry business. Mr. Tuft is pleased with Oregon, as the people in Hawley are experiencing cold weather, 20 degrees below zero before Christmas, while here the nasturtiums and roses are blooming in the gardens.


Lars J. Winjum
Source: Grand Forks Daily Herald (Grand Forks, ND) Wednesday, March 2, 1910; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

NOT REQUIRED OF MINOR HEIRS.
Interesting Land Decision Has Been Handed Down.

Fargo Forum: The minor heirs of a deceased homesteader are not required to make improvements and live on the claim in order to get title to the land. That was the point made in a decision handed down by Register C. C. Shuyler and Receiver J. J. Jordan last year in the contest of Lee Adee against the minor heirs of Geo. M. Moore.

It appears that Moore filed on S ½, se ¼, ne 1/4 , se ¼, and se 1/4 , ne ¼ section 32-1444-71. The entryman died March 15, 1909 and his wife [Anna Louise Winjum] died April 4, 1908, leaving three minor children, Floyd, Adeline and Althia.

Adee started a contest holding that improvements had to be made. He offered to withdraw the contest should the land be improved, for he stated that if he didn’t contest the claim some one else would.

The local landoffice held that the minor heirs of the entrymen were not required by law to improve the land. Lars J. Winjun of Ulen, Minn., is the guardian of the children and is represented by Peterson and Adams of Moorhead.

Adams appealed to the department of the interior, which handed down a decision affirming the local office. The decision was received in Fargo to-day.


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