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RENT OR EXCHANGE. Farmers and otben can me this ool nmn to advantage, Advertisements In thia special oolnmn 5 oanta a line For Sale. Six room bouse for sale. Enqnira of A. T. 8egrnd. 18-tf Booms to Bent. Two nicely fnrniahad roomi, heated* for gentlemen only, fonr blocka from the poet office. Apply LEADER offloe, Sheep For Sale. Thoroughbred Shorpehire rama for Ada. 8AM THOBSOM SO Acre Farm For Sale. I have an 80 acre farm for asle, 5+ milea northwaat of Hndson. Qood bnildinga and plenty of wate?. Gall on or addreee at once. NELS LARSON, Route 1 Hndaon S. D. 8lutland Pony For Sale. 1 have a handaome. spoiled, very gentle Shetland Pony, road boggy and harness,which twill aeilvery reason able. Apply to JOHN HAW, lmo Canton, S. tud For Sale. The north-eaai quarter of section 5, Brooklyn townabip. is offered for sale on easy terma. Enquire of J. D. CHAPMAN. 42tf Pigs For SiUe. I have 00 York ahoats and 5 York shire malea forijtl 2w J. J. RICHARDSON. lOO Head of Cattle have 100 head of oowa, beifeta, calves and yonng steers tor aale. Call early. M. O. 1 HtBOBSTOM. .• Short Stalls I have two tbrongbbred abort bon bulls for aale or will trade. Don't miaathia opportunity to make money. M. O. BumUfioM. W. E. Wimtt, B. PhysklM iir|«oi| Special attention given to chronic, gynaecological and anrgical dis eases, EyeV Bar, Noee and Throat. Glasses adjnated. Office and residence with Dr. Rogers, in Linn-Kennedy Block, Canton. H. Rogers, M. D. Moeoptkk rhysi^a ui Sargtw. General Praethe. Specialty—Dieecuee o/ OUUmi. Offloe hi Linn-Kennedy Bloek, Canton, 8.0. Reeldenee, Firtt eouth of Harlan Hon*. F. P. SMITH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office over Lincoln County Bank Canton. Residence 3 doors sooth of the Harlan House. C. B. Kennedy, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON State and U. S. court, practice. R. Hetlesater, M. D. fkjikiai u4 Sirge*. .Office In Syndicate Block, fl House 148, callS Canton, '1 Office 148, call 8 So. Dak. BS. A. Jones, Stenographer Typewriter and Notary Public. Office with State's Attorney Benedict. Chas. O. Knudson, AHorqay LaW. Office over Christopher & Olson. S*. T. CUTHBERT A.B.CABLBON CtiTHBBKT ft €ARlioiVv LAWYERS. Canton, S. A. R. BROWN B. J. BTFOWN Brown & Brown, LAWYER8. Corner Broadway and 5th Street ASA FORREST, JR. Criminal Law. JOHN C. SOLBM Civil Law. Forrest & Solcm, Lawyers. General court practice. Land Titlea. Conveyancing, Probating of Eatate, Willa drawn. Oolleotiona, Con fidental agents. SOS Eaat 5th St. „ph°ne No. 1#. Can too, South Dakota. Cyrus L. Wendt, Physician ud Sirgwn, Canton, S. D. Office in Wendt block 5th st cHicMMTfa'a_BMatiaMi »mBaagSfm la HI1 ul OfM viih blM 1 aaaaaflMWIIW asmif jSMesraaccfa: Bryant-Whitmore Wedding. One of the prattiaat waddinga of the aeason took place at the home of the bride's father, B. F. Whitmore, on Wadnaaday morning, the contracting parties being Lanra Whitmore of thia city and Mr. Carl B. Bryant of Merrill. Iowa.. Only the relativea and immedl ata frlenda were preaent to witneaa the oeremony. Promptly at the bonr of eight the bridal party daacended to the parlor to the atraina of Mendelaaohn'a Wedding March, played by Misa Mande Lewia, a cloae friend of the bride. Following the minister, Rev. N. A. Swiokard, who performed the oeremony, came the lit tie flower girl, Nila Thayer, who bore the ring in the heart of a roee The bride was attired in a gown of Cream Chiffon Voile,over taffeta, trimmed with real lace, and carried a beautiful ahow er boquet of cream roaas. The groom looked hia beat in the conventional anit of black After congratulation the young lady frienda formed a aemi cirole on the lawn and the bride, blindfolded, acattarad the roaee from her boquet which wen eagerly caught by the ex peotant maida. A reception waa held from nine till eleven, at which a large number assem bled to extend their, congratulations and drink to the health of the bride Ethol Bennett, Myrtle Gilbert, Uibel Meaner, Marjorie Clark, Marie. Averill, Lnoretia Rudolph, Eva Conklln, Nellie Brenner, Maude Lewis, Stella Sogan and Mrs. Fank of Rook Raplda, assisted in serving dellcioua refreahmenta. Mrs O. 8. Qlfford, Mrs J. M. Lewia, Mrs. M. Bennett and Mra. M. Herman aasiated In oaring for the gueata. The house waa beautifully deoorated in cream roaee, smllax.and aatera The gifts were nnmeroua aa well as elegant and showed the eateem In which the bride waa held. The happy couple, thinking to eacape being waylaid with a deluge of rice, drove to Belott where they boarded the train for St. bonis, where they will take in the sights of the expoaition, af tar which they will be at borne to their frienda In Merrill, Iowa. About a doaan of Mrs. Bryant's frienda, not wanting to be outdone, took the train forBelbtt, where they met the newly merried couple with the aforeaaid rice and several auggeatlve placnliMeh ar-We are jnat married' "WiMiW'eto. Tbactft uf town gueata were Mr. and Mra. IT. B. Bryant, mother and father of the groom, Miaa Marie Bryant, sister and Mr. Fred Bryant, brother. Coming Attraction. An intenae heart atory la unfolded in the charming comedy drama "Uncle Joeh Sprnceby" which comes to the open house for one night. Friday. Sept. 10. The plot of the play la taken from acenee of everyday life. A country maiden who baa a boarding school education meets the tempter in the guiae of a poliahed city chap, who tnrna out later to be a confidence man and who peranadee the girl that the com' triable, if homely? Vermont homela too dull for her. She la induced to elope to the city "Unle Joah"goea to the city to aaanh for hla loat "Nancy" and meeta many adventnraa there. The comedy la furnlahcd by Hana Von Lottlemeyer the "jnat over Dutchman" and "8ally Spruceby" who baa no uae for city folka. The play la well staged and acted by a company of capable people. Raaaryed seats at Noid'a drug store. A Dayton Hall Sociable. The ladiea' aid society of Dayton will have an action aale at Dayton Hall Friday evening Sept, 28. They have a collection of fancy and naeful artielea that Will be disposed of to the highest bidder. Supper will be aerved after the sale. Everybody come and have a good time. There will be mnsio by the band. Mra. S. A. Bagley, Pres. W. C. T. U. Program. The following program will be ren dered at the W. C. T. U. tea to be given at the realdenoe of Mra. Ed. L. Wendt. September 30, commencing at ip.u. Inatrnmental Solo Jnlla Bucheiater Seleot Reading Mra. Ifcona Vocal Duet Mra. C. L. Wendt Miaa Emma Dabl Recitation Georgia Engle Inatrnmental Duet Elaie Knudaon LetaStowell Select Reading Mra. Conklln Violin and Piano Duet Misa Verona Swiokard Mra. C. B. Kennedy InatrnmiMtal Solo Miaa Roderick —Mary—Sponge the pimplea with warm water. Yonneed a blood tonic, would advise you to taka Holliater'a Rocky Monntain^Tea. It drivea away all arnptlona. 85 oenta. Tea or tablet form. Sold by I. M. Helmey & Co. If otic* of tfes 8ala of Seal Estate. Notice to hereby given, that In pursuance of a resolution of the Board 0! County Commissioners of Lineoln oounty. South Dakota, adopted and entered the 15th day of July, 1W4, ordering and directing that certain reel eitate situated In said Lincoln county, aad now owned and held by said Unooln oounty, the title to which was ob tained under and through a warranty deed executed by Oynthla Cole to said Lincoln oounty for advancements made to her for suDDort during her lifetime. I will sell at Sie ubtle auction, to the htgheat bidder, at front door of the court house, in the City of Canton, in said Linooln county, on the first day of October, im, at two orelook la the afternoon of said day, the following real estate, situated in the county of Lin coln, State of South Dakota and particu larly described as follows, towlt: Commencing at the Northwest corner of Block three (8) Close Bros. Addition to Can ton. Linooln county, South Dakota, thence east MO ft., thenoe south 00 ft. thence west ISO ft., to west line of said block, thence north SO ft. to the place of beginning, being due north 60 ft. of the west half of said WThat th?said real estate will be sold up on the following terms of sale, towlt: The purchaser to pay one-fourth of the pur chase money In oash, and the remainder of said purchase money in five equal annual installments, with Interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum payable annually, said deferred payment to be se cured by a first mortgage upon said real property. Or the purchaser may, at his op tion pay all of the purchase money In oash, said sale be subject to approval be said Board of County Commissioners. Dated this 1st day of September. IW4. OBAB. KDNDKBT, Oounty Auditor of Llncbln Sep. SO. County, South Dakota. Houae for rent. Enquire at LEADER office. Luther Syverud haa gone to Chicago to take a course in pharmacy. E. Frank Peteraon, the Vermillion map pnbliaher, waa In town Tuesday. Miaa Eva Conklln left for Vermillion Wednaaday to resume her atudiea at the Unlveraity. John Gerber and Miaa Carrie Alice Vogea of Lennox, were granted license to wed this week. Don't fail to aee "Uncle Joah Spruce by" at the opera honte. One of the beat playa on the road. General Silaby of Mitchell and John McDonald of Sioux City, were at the Rudolph for dinner Tnaaday. Misa Louiae Kruger will attend Uni versity at Vermillion thia year, having left for, that place Tueeday. Dr. Cbarlea Hoiby returned to hia Chicago home last Saturday, after aJ viait with hia Canton frienda. Gudmund Skartvedt -went to North field, Minn., Tuesday to attend a meet ing of the St. Olaf College direotora. L. L. Pidcoe is home from Chicago where he purchased fall and winter gooda tor the Puckett-Pidcoe Company. Mr. and Mra M. Groveatein, who have been the gueata of Col. and Mra. Knudson. returned to their home at Beloit, Wis., Monday. Mrs. Mary Laxson of Elk Port, and Mra. Walters of Greeley, Io., mother and sister of J. G., Laxson, are gneata at the Laxson home in thia city. The atone foundation fpr thereaidence Erneat Wendt ia building on Linooln Avenue ia about completed, and the frame work will go up rapidly. Misaea Jettie and Amy Parke, danghtera of Mr. and Mra. W. M. Parke of Lincoln, have returned to ihr mn* city, and are atopping with H. F. Stone and wife. The LEADER extenda congratulations to Rev. Jordan of Sioux Falla, and hia «h»rmng bride who waa Miaa Fannie Sheldon of thia city, daughter of Mf. and Mrs. A. T. Sheldon. A Filaraaki, one of Mr. Sexe'e tailors, fonnd a pocket book belonginjg to Mr. L. N. Stevenson, oontainlng money and papers and waa returned to the owner, who rewarded the finder. Hon. W. M. Brown ia over from Brooklyn aa a member of the petit jury. He reports cropa fine over- in his section of the county, and corn doing firat rate. Hana Graneng returned to Madison Monday where he baa the contract to plaatev the normal school building at that place. Contractor Hafsoa also re turned to Madiaon Monday after a 8un day viait with his family at this place. The editor of the LEADER wants every farmer In the county to read the article on the first page about aelectlng seed corn. Read it over carefully and think of it, and then read it again. Profit by the advise and you will da well Lincoln county haa escaped froat jso fir and tb» corn drop ia doiiig li»'j'ifrpt to get ready to meet the chilly blasts that will aoon come. Henry Hvattnm had a sample of corn in town Wednaa day which waa hard and well filled. It ia on exhibition at the Sioux Valley Hardware and Implement ator# The Lincoln County Veterans As aoriaMnp will hold their annual picnic on Wedneaday, September 81, in Dobaon Park, to which every old 'aoldier and hia family ia oordially i^i yltad. There is no program. The picnic ia for the .purpoee of having 'a good time and the veteran? should make it a point to be present. Re member tbe data. Prof. Naah, state superintendent of public inatruotion, waa in the city be tween traina Wadnaaday, coming from Sianx Falla where he met with the re publican leaden of the atate on Tuee day. Prof. Naah received hearty greet inga from hia frienda during his brief viait. He took the weat bound train for Pierre where he ia one of the busiest men in the atate. The American Bankers Association apecial train from Chicago to New Tork, waa one of the finest that ever went out of Chicago. It consisted of 11 aleepers and two dining cars, and made a atop at Niagara Falla. Tbe apecial atopped at Albany, and the bankers and their wivea were taken down tbe Hndaon on one of tboae big floating palaces. Mr. and Mra. Thor eon were on the special., Dollar wheat in the Canton market ia what makea the farmera smile. Chris Sandvig bought the firat load that came in Thursday morning, paying §1.00 a bnahsl and it will be dollar v|beat dur ing the fall and winter. There la no longer any queation of a big ahortage and the recent froata in the far north gave the Chicago grain bulla a chance to howl. Dollar wheat at Canton with nearly an average yield throughout the oonnty, means that tbe farmer ia in Inck. Fall Announcement. We shall not attempt to describe our large and beautiful stock of fall and winter goods this week. We name a few lines which the ladies should call and see at once. Nothing finer ever brought to Can ton. Next week we shall be able to tell you all about our goods. We have just opened up a beautiful line of Cloaks, Cravenette Coats, Skirts in walking and dress lengths, Dress Goods, Trimmings, Comforts, Blankets, Golf Gloves and Mittens, Underwear and Hosiery. LIGHT AS A ZEPHYR. Do you want light biaouita and filmy paatry? That's the kind Gate City High Patent Flonr makes. Yon can't make dark bread or soggy cake with It—It bakea the lighteat, whitest, pureet sort and lota of it Lighten your baking and light en yonr cares by using Gate City High Patent Flour. Better try it today. 5 Per Cant Diacount for Caah. CANTON MILLING COMPANY, Telephone d. —Delicious'tce cream soda at Noid'a Unpaid taxes will be advertiaed the firat week in October! 9w Hanaon 8c Sogn have an ad in ihe paper thia week that will be read with pleuure by tlie ladiea. It tella of the beautiful fall and winter gooda, cloaks sklrt* Service at the Baptist Church next Sunday morning at ll o'clock. S.S.at 13. No evening service. Preaching at the Pleaaant View schopl houae next Sun day evening fit 8ofplock. Miaa Marjorie Campbell, one of the LEADER'S compositors, whose home is at Harrlsbnrg. waa at home over Sun' day and brought down a sample potato that knocks ont Ed. Moserip's beat in potato line.Even Its eyea look hand aome.v It ia a beaaty: Any one having aomething fine In grain, vegetables' fruita' or anything that ia worthy of Lincoln oonhty'a ex blbit at Mitcirell ibould )tand thai aame to Judge DeLong so that be may get it in poaitton before Mitahell'a great corn palace opens on September 28. Linooln county osnnof afford to make an exhibit that ia aeoond to any county in the state, therefore bring In yonr beet aamplea quick. A little of each kind will answer."'1'- County Commissioner debiager was in town, Wedneaday, and it ia not out of the way to aay that he Haa made one of the beat commiaaioners this county baa ever had, and has worked hard, to ieaim every detail of the 0991 plicated business belonging ofRoo... PUCKETT-PIDCOE CO. There is adme taikiof opp^ntion to him, but a great mistakf wlU l^ma^e if .any new man ahotild be: aeleoted, besidea, Mr. Schlager has justly earned a aecond term. Irve Jonea of the contracting firm of Jonea & Roderick, was In Canton last week for a few days on buainaaa and left Sunday for Oskalosa, Iowa, where he waa to bid on three miles of sewer age, and will bid on a mile and a half aewer contract at, Groton the 27t). Beaidea these proapective jobs, Meaara. Jonee & Roderick are finlahlng up an 918.500 contract at Centerville, Iowa, and have a |2,000 contr^tot to finiah at Bereaford, and a $26,053 ditch contract to finiah in Brooklyn townablp. Jonea & Roderick are doing a large amount ..of :WO(ka thia year, and tbe quality of their pork la what securee them about every: oontract, they go after. A lively crowd of distinguished citizens came down from Sionx Falls Wednesday, and-called in a body at this office. The party oonalated of Col. J. M. Greene, member of National re publican committee, Col. McDougall, nominee for nontenant governor, Senator Jim Lawton of Aberdeen, Gns Bach of Hurley, commission of public landa, Judge Parmley of Ipawich, A. Owens of Marshall, Tom Lane of Jerauld.. and. Arthur Hill of Buffalo. They all took dinner at the Rudolph, and went weat. These gentlemen met with other republican leaders at Sioux Falls, to review the political situation in the atate. Col.: Greene said Sonth Dakota will give the republican atate ticket from Rooeeyelt down, about 35,000 majority, and it may go higher. Col. McDougall waa as equally sanguine and eysry one of them felt aa if it would be a walk-away, and it looka that way now, because nearly all the free silver branch of the democratic party will vote for Rooaevelt or Watson in preference to Parker. It waa a lively party and all enjoyed their brief viait in Canton. Special Notice. On Oot. 1st we have our car of twine to pay for. The onlv way we can meet our obligations ie for you to help ua out Pleaae bear this in mind and settle for yonr twine before Oct. 1st. Sioux VALLEY H. & I Co. Mankato Commercial College will put you into a good poaition or refund your money. Simon Uirikson and family attended the funeral of Mra. Amunson at Fair view Wedneaday. Caahler Cassill of the Hndson State Bank, waa in Canton Thursday on a brief viait with frienda. The W T. U. will give a tea at the home of Mra. Ed. L. Wendt Tues day September 30, commencing at 4 o'clock. Mra. Amun Amnnson of Fairview, waa laid to rest in the cemetery at that place Wednesday at 1 o'clock. She died Monday night abont 6:30. —Di. Noid haa just secured a large consignment of Avenariua Carbolineum, a preparation that will preeerve wood in the ground for many yeara. The September term of court began Monday morning. Judge Jones presid ing with Court Stenographer Higby, Sheriff Opaal and Clerk Brady Beck, preaent in their official capacity. TheM E. chnrch ladies aid society aupper given at the home of Mr. and Mra. Erneat Wendt Wedpeaday even ing was enjoyed by a large number of ladiea and gentlemen and little onee. Everything waa deliciona. Attorney Kirby waa on hand prompt ly Monday to look after some law suite in conrt. He ia the same happy, energetic hnatling, never-give-in Joe of .yeara ago, before hia hair turned in to age marka, but be don't age. He ia atiU a youth. The Louiaiana Purchase Expoaition Committee of South Dakota desires to announce to the people of our atate that the week commening September 30th 1904, has been set aside by the Ex poaition officiate aa "South Dakota Week," and that Thureday, September 39th will be "South Dakota Day," at tfie World'a Fair in St. Lonia. Special featurea will mark thia week aa one of the most interesting of the entire seat on. The Commissioners earnestly hope to aee a good attendance of South Dakota people during aaid week. A charming comedy drama, carload of apecial aotnery_and mechanical effeota, a big bandT grand operatic oroheetra and many new and novel epecialtiee, a atrong compauy of acting people with the 'Uncle Joeh Spruceby" company will no donbt draw a large crowd dnring the engagement at the opera houae for one night, Friday. Sept. 16th. In tbeae daya when the public ia flooded with "farce comediee" with no plot, it ia a relief to witness a play of thia character Ita pure homely humor and rustic paatoral scenes give the tbeatre-goera a •reet from ihe "fast and furioua" kind of show, and for those that like sensation the play baa realiatio acenee and atartling ctimaxee that will anrely give tbe necessary "ahivera." Tickets and reserved seats at Noid's"drug store Matkato Commercial College, Man kato, Minn., boards itsatudentef 85 a week. Good board. C. H. Bates, the geuiel, handsome Sionx Falla attorney, waa one of a de atingniahed group of men aaaembled in the Rudolph ^Tueaday evening. Judge Jonea. Col. John MoDonald, Judge Gifford, Attorney A. R. Brown, U. S. Attorney W. Q. Porter, Attorney Brown of Sioux City, and the writer aat down to hear Col. Mc'Dpnald relate some of his pioneer experience of 35 yeara ago. The range of diacussion took in the early day deaperadoea and the lynching of a noted murderer— Jamiaon—opposite Yankton in JJ370 Judge Gifford told intereating talea and A. R. Brown told amuaing stories about Missouri. Judge Jones aaid be didn't belong to the pioneer class and preferred to hear the veterans talk. Col. McDonald atarted in for a second round and told of a speech made by General Campbell againat Judge Brookingain the 1870 campaign, and how Judge Palmer didn't get any pie at Scotland when Gen. Campbell was running the hotel there. Then the LEADER man told a few stories about some of the early characters famous in territorial history, and the trial of Judge Brookings for alleged per jury when Chief Juatioe French waa on the bench. It waa an interesting Notice: If yon have anything raiaed on farm or in orchard or garden, which yon believe worthy of a place in the Linooln connty exhibit at the Mitchell corn polace, bring to H. H. DeLong or notify him and he will go after the specimen. Lincoln connty can be firat. Repert of the Condition of the LIHGOLN COUNTY BANK, of Canton, 8. D. at the Close of Easiness, Sept. 6th, 1904. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts (134 3S8 &4 Overdrafts by solvent customers... 3 283 86 Current expenses 5 681 70 Taxes paid. 466 64 Banking honse 8 000 oo Furniture and fixtures 1400 00 Oash on hand and in banks. 89 578 35 Total 8313 769 79 LIABILITIES. Capital Surplus Undivided profits.... Deposits Total .820 000 00 .. 4 100 00 & 745 33 ..213 984 47 tsts 769 79 ss. State of South Dakota, County of Lincoln, I. O. K. Brown cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true and correct. OSCAR K. BROWN. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of Sept. A.D. 1904. ASA FORREST. JR.. Notary Public. Late profeaaora of optics in the Nor thern Illinois College of Ophthalmology and Otology, Maaonic Temple, Chicago, have opened the Horton Optical Par lore in the Metropolitan Block, Sioux Falls, S. D., and are prepared to treat all kinds of eye and nerve disorders caused from eye strain and nerve leak age through the eye by properly ap plied refraction. Having taught op tics and ophthalmology for years and applied it in thousands of cases. We have all the modern and electrical in struments and guarantee satisfaction in every instance. E*ai|ili)atfoi) Fraa. The Rudolph Hotel, Notice Notice ia hereby given that there will be a meeting of the stock holders of The Dakota Art Company and College of Photography for the ad option of by-laws and the election of a board of directors for aaid corporation, at the photograph gallery occupied by said company the same being the aecond floor of number 116 Weat Fifth Street in the city of jf!anton, South Dakota, at 0 o'clock a. m., September 34th, A. D. 1004. where all of said stockholders are expected to be preaent. Done at Canton. S. D., September 7th, 1904. By order of. Items 1 721 37 Notes of other National Banks 4 S00 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 94 34, LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK, VIZ: Specie 14 588 55 30 Redemption fund with U, S. Treas urer (5 per cent of circulation).... Total *195 244 45 State of South Dakota. I ss. County of Lincoln. I I, H. Anderson. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. CANTON, Drs. Mi and Latta, OptittiQ.lxx^ologiste Anci Sigtit Specialists R. D. HORTON, Oph. D., Will be at 1 Fr°Tu^dayaAfternoon"tl1 J. O KNUDTSON, Acting President. Candidate For Commissioner. I hereby announce myaelf a candidate for county commissioner from the first Commissioner district, subject to tbe action of the republican commissioner convention which meeta September 39, 1904. T. W. SMELKER. Report of the Condition of THE FIRST RATIONAL BARK at Canton, in the State of South Dakota, at the Close of Busi ness September 6, 1904. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts., W23 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 3 V. S. Bonds to secure circulation.. 12 Bonds, securities, etc Banking house, furniture and fix.. 8 Other real estate owned liue from National Banks (not reserve agents) I 5 076 87 Due from approved re serve airents. 13 28103 Checks and other cash 435 63 052 17 500 00 090 83 400 00 917 68 \, 263 15 625 00 Total.. $195 244 45 I A I I I E S Capital Stock paid In 25 000 00 Surplus fund....... 5 000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid.... 6 084 44 National Bank notes outstanding.. 12 500 00 Due to State Banks and bankers 8 8 788 79 Dividends unpaid 100 00 Individual deposits sub ject to check. 55 215 25 Demand certificates of deposit 4 660,20 Time certificates of de posit 72 115 77 Certified Checks 800 00 141 660 01 Bills payable.lncludln? certificates of deposit for money borrowed... 5 000 00 H. ANDERSON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of Sept. 1904. C. H. CASSILU Notary Public. Correct Attest: E. S. O'NEIL, J. V. CONKLIN, Directors. O. S. GirroBD. I Sep. 26-27 The people seem to be Inclined to be lieve all over the nation that Theodore Rooaevelt ia a safe man to keep in the White Honse, because a doee of Tammany in the White Honse might produce diaaateroua results auoh aa we got from Cleveland in 1893. Rooaevelt ia a safe courageous man. loiosUiis, Free Coal, Free Transportation to Buyers. Cattle ad Sheep MsM Shares to Bajera. Good Water anywhere from 8 to 25 feet. 75,000 Acres of fine farm lands in Hetting er, Morton and Stark counties, North Dakota. This land is just as good as any land in the James or Red River Vallies, and coal every where for the digging. You can reach all this vast body of fine farm lands by the Northern Pacific railroad, and free transportation to buyers, and excursions every day. Farm Machinery. The Old Reliable RiMI and Filler A Jobnsan WAGONS. Defiance, Eclipse Stone Dodger and Commodore SULKY PLOWS. Deering CORN BINDERS and Mowers. Full line of Thresher Supplies Belting, Packing, Fittings, Oil and Grease, Pumps, Tanks, Wind Mills, Page Field Fencing and Glidden Barbed Wire. For the next 30 days we will give special prices and terms on our full line of Buggies and Spring Wagons. G. SKARTVEDT, Resident Agent. J. B. SJjOSSON, Traveling Agent. PLANING MILL. SATRUM BROS. Will be pleased to help yon ont with anythinK in the line of Interior GET OUR PRICES ON ULThompson & Fossum. Flil»hliig9 Scrolled and turned work, in soft or hard wood, at a reasonable price. Also handle plain and ornamental glass. Satrum Bros.