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F. C. Kimball «vcnt to Jamestown
Wednesday returning the same day.
Said lie went down to have a tootli
pulled and has shown the proof of it.
The Ladies Aid Society met with
Mrs. J. N. Brasington last Thursday
to complete their plans for their
social to«be given April 1st. After
the business was linished, refresh
ments were served and the ladies en
joyed a verv pleasant visit, the bal
ance of the afternoon. The ladies
next meeting will be with Mrs. Jas
Lees, the first Thursday in April.
J. A. Buchanan Mb last Friday
night for Duluth Minn., and will re
turn about the '30th of March with
the horses he has had in the woods
The home talent play, which Uie
band boys were to give at the school
house in Euchanai. Friday evening
March 25th, was postponed till Mon
day evening April 4ht, because of the
severe sonw storm. We are sorry that
the boys were disappointed, and
hope they will liave a very nice even
ing, the 4th.
We are sorry to say that Mrs.
Houfbar is very sick, and lias to be
confined to her bed. We wish her a
Mr. A. Roberts returned Friday
from his trip into Minnesota where
he has been for the past two weeks.
We are glad to have him back again.
Mrs. Ida Warwick closed a very suc
cessful term of school at this place
Friday March 25th. We are sorry to
loose such an excellent teacher, as
she has proved herself to be. After
a week's vacation Mrs. Warwick will
commence a term of school at Pin
While returning home from N. P.
Johnson's last Tuhrsdav night, Mrs.
Ove Johnson and son were overtak
en by the storm, which came on
very suddenly, and got lost. After
wandering around on the prairie for
some time they finally came to a stop
in Mr. Palmer's machinery pile.
Mrs. Johnson went to the house,
while the Palmer boys helped to get
the horses clear of the machinery.
They stayed with Palmers all night
and continued their journey home
Chas. Lees and Louis Palmer were
caught in the storm last Thursday
night and stayed in Buchanan over
night. Quite a treat for the boys.
Dr. Tan de Erva and sister of Pin
gree. were callers in our village
Thursday of last week.
Mr. McConvill returned to Pingiee
last Saturday morning after a weeks
visit, with tne Campbell family.
Miss Maggie Campbell returned to
Jamestown Saturday evening after a
weeks visit with her parents.
We understand that Mr. Fritz Falk
has rented one of Mr. Roberts' farms.
Who is going to keep house for you
Mr. Fred Dranz was a passenger to
Jamestown Saturday evening return
ing Monday morning.
There were five new single disc
drills unloaded at the station Satur
day morning for J. A. Buchanan,
who must expect to put in a good
deal of grain this year.
John Buchanan arrived Monday
morning from his home in Rio, Wis
consin. We are glad to have him
with us again.
The McGiinn boys have moved to
Alberta, Canada, and their parents
will soon follow. They will be missed
very much, but we. hope they will
have a pleasant and prosperous home
in the new country.
Mrs. Edia and Mrs. Thomas of
visiting for a
few days with their parents, Mr
and Mrs. Sampson and family return
ing to Carrington Saturday morning.
Mrs. Howard Smitn was a passen
ger to Jamestown Monday evening.
I I A O N
Mrs. L. Praeder of New Kockford
was a recent jjuest at Mr. Nasal's.
Several of our young men were
seen wending their way homeward
last Saturday night at all hours.
All they will say in regard to it is
iVe had a fine time.
Deserve your confi
dence. They tiave never
failed—won't fall now
Sold by all dealers
1904 leri A nasal
D.M. FIRRY* CO.
The Literary missed its usual
meeting last Friday night on ac
count of the weather, the regular
'meeting will be field this Fiiday,
Mr.II. Stuff shipped a car load of
wheat last week.
Miss Clira Monek of Spirit wood
visited her parents last week.
Mrs. Davis lias not oeen at all well
the last week.
Ira Davis has a new incubator and
is going into the chicken business.
Mr. Williams' family have moved
out on the farm. We arc glad to have
our old friends come back to us.
Cranes, get-se, ducks larks and
gophers have all made their appear
ance and spring is really with us—we
II. M. Taber has been cleaning his
seed grain preparatory to seeding.
Mr. O'^eil of Wadena, Minn, has
rented the nortli half of sec 33 and is
expected here soon with his family.
He is to occupy the house that Gust
Lundergreen lives in.
Gust Lundergreen is preparing to
move to Buchanan and open a black
Several of our town people attend
ed the festival at Edmunds given by
the church society and report an en
O. Boyd has rented his farm south
of town to a party in Minneapolis
and expects him here soon.
Wells^A Dickey's land man was in
town transacting business.
There is adjacent to this town
quite a large amount of land to be
rented and some grand opportunities.
Musical talent in and around town
are preparing for Easter services.
W. Glendenning was in from the
Ruddy Ranch and reports hay being
Miss V'ande Erva has taken her
departure north to stay on her claim
during the summer.
Mrs. Warwick has been secured as
teacher here for the next term begin
ning April 11th.
One of the political canards that
has been given circulation through
the columns of the Capital and by
other means, is to the effect that af
ter the meeting of the republican
central committee a "slate" on
which were the names of candidates
for county and legislative offices was
made up and the committee pledged
to support certain candidates for each
of these offices. It is almost need
Jess to state that the story is fiction,
pure and simple manufactured for
campaign purposes. It was not part
of the business of the committee to
make out "slates" or to endorse or
oppose any candidate and it did not
exceed its functions in this case.
Any statement to the contrary is otie
of the falsehoods that have been put
afloat in great number for the pur
pose of injuring the central commit
tee and the legitimate organization
of the party.
S S A N
Kensal (Journal)—J. O. Johnson
has asked for a franchise for a local
telephone system—Born—To Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. Horn, Monday last, a boy
Pingree (Patriot)—Wm. Hesterman,
brother-in-law of Pete Johnson is
looking for a location in Pingree—
Frank Curren of Minneapolis visited
few days with his sister, Mrs 11.
Hunt—Miss Kate McCarthy will soon
close her term of school at New Home
•Pingree is likely to JiP.ve another
butcher shop soon.
Medina (Leader)—Mrs Keplinger
is on the sick list—Horn, to Mr. and
Mrs. Langer, a son—(Citizen)—A
German singing society has been
organised h?re and will meet Satur
days— L. E. Hanson claims that he
never swore out a warrant for the
arrest of Kanan as one of the three
me that tackled him—Four young
sters who started out from James
town were taken from a box car here
the authorities having been notified
by wire. Two of the lads were re
turned to Jamestown and the others
made themselves scarce—Christian
Stause of Bloomenfelt who has been
at the citv hosptial in Jamestown
passed through the city enroute home
—Thomas Pandray is in St. Paul
marketing a carload of fat hogs. He
will get about about %4.f!0 for them.
The Rev. Dan ford will preach at
the Salvation Army Saturday night
at o'clock. Ail are cordially in
United States to A. G. Covell nei of
ne* 10-144-69, 8134.
United States to .same party, nei of
nei 24-144-00, $144.
United States to same party sei of
sei 10 144-69, $134.
A. C. Covell and wife, to John Ilau,
nei of nei 10-144-69, $100.
A. C. Covell and wife to Ed. Coter,
sei of sei 10-144-69, $170.
A. C. Covell and wife to Augusta
Unruh nei of net 24-144-69, $180.
Deinrich Eulgen toOrmsby McIIarg
uwi 30-140-65, $1.
John Fergus and wife to Thomas
Fergus, lots 16 and 17, blk 9, Lloyd's
2nd Add, $100.
Pharach Fergus to Thomas Fergus
same des., $100.
II. B. Wood to William Kaster nei
Harvey J. Warner and wife to B.
Bigelow, nwi 6-138-65, 6675.
United States to Alice C. Walks
si of sei13-142-62, 84.
Mary Negosek and husband to John
O. Johnson si of sei and sei of swi
Martin Marty to John Slianley, part
nei of sei sec 14-142-62, $1.
Lora Randall and hus to W. E.
Iloopes lots 6 and 7, blk 1 Randall's
add Kensal $300.
Nils G. Lindh and wife to Joseph
Grinstein lot 1, block 0, original city,
United States to Johnes Johnson,
sei 8-141-64, 88.
N. D. Land & In v. Co., to R. B.
Marschke nwi 17-140-69, $1,600.
Same Co, to Anna L. Marschke swi
James II. Brewer and wife to John
Cress part nwi of sei 12-144-64, $100.
Olof A. Sjostrand to N. P. Ry Co.,
si of Si 20-137-68, $89.
James II. Crum to Lena Thorp lot
10 blk 19, Lloyd's add, $200.
W. II. Rounseville and wife to
James II. Doty, one-half interest in
sei 24-141-62, $1.
Lora Randall and husband to John
G. Pepple lots 10, 11,12, 13, blk 12,
Randall's add Kensal, $1.
Patience Robinson to Morris Dailey
lot 1, blk 14, McGinnis add, $750.
United States to John II. llosmer,
sei 34-143-66, pat.
Lena Thorp and husband to Chas.
F. Rathman. (0 feet lot 3 blk 5,
orig. city, $900.
Adella Kelley tu Elizabeth Pearson,
part lot 4, blk 8, original city. $100.
K. A. Bonlus and wife to C. K.
Sagdalen, one-half interest in wi 26
C. K. Sagdalen and wife to I\. A.
Bonlius, same description $1,6"0.
United States to Wm. T. Sawyer,
wi sei swi of nei and lot 1 sec -24-144
Jefferson Donavon and wife, to
John W. Wilson, sei swi and swi of
nwi sec 13-139-69, $1,980.
MEN WIIO WILL HANG.
Tnere are in the Chicago jails now
seven men who will hang this year
for having committed murder. There
are altogether in the Chicago jails
twenty-nine men awaiting trial for
FARMS FOR RENT.
I have good farms for rent near
Pingree or Jamestown. Land plowed
ready for seeding—Seed furnished.
II. M. Taber,
Jamestown. N. D.
PASTURE FOR STOCK.
The undersigned lias ftOO acres of
pasture fenced. Will take cattle at
$1.75 and horses a $3.25 for summer
season. Three miles west of James
town. Joe Gordon.
W A N
WANTED—Second hand stoves by
J. T. Eager.
FOR SALE—Old papers 10c a hun
dred at the Alert office.
WANTED—Work hy lady in sewing
or in store or otliee. Enqure at this
FOR SALE—Red Lump Millet
seed. Big yielder. Chas. Ringu
ette, Jamestown, N. I).
House for sale. Enquire of E. A.
Martin at Capital ollice.
FOR RENT Ollice rooms in GriHin
Building. Also two or three rooms
for light housekeeping. Enquire at
210 3rd ave. South.
J. S. Goodman,
Corner of Milton Ave. and
Jamestown, North Dakota
LARGE SIZE WINDOW
N O A O A
W. E. Fisher of Fargo gets the $50
prizo for the cover design of the
brochure to bo issued by the St.
Louis fair commission. Mr. Fisher's
design was in tho form of a panel,
divided with a series of miniature
pilasters with Ionic capitals.
Willow City (Eagle)—Mark Hunt
had another attack of billiousness
last week and poor old McCIure and
his "Politician" caught hail
Columbia. Someone J«?hfc to pre
scribe for Mark as it is too bad to
allow a man to suffer aj often from
convulsion of the mouth.
Major Thos. Richards ditd at the
hospital in Mi not Wednesday. He
was formerly agent at tho Fort
Berthold Indian reservation and was
one of the early settlers near Bis
marcK having taken land there in the
Kcnmare (News)—A mail pouch
that was said to have been stolen
froivi the Kcnmare depot about
twelve years ago lias just be^n found
in an old threshing machine—Ken
mare is to have a new school house
that will, it is said be much better
than the one that so recently burned
at that place.
Cooperstown (Sentinel)—A move
ment has been inaugurated to place
skimming stations throughout the
neighborhood to work in connection
witii the creamery at that place.
Over 700 cows and $1,700 worth of
stock has been subscribed for the
ercction of the creamery.
Dickinson (Press)—Architects are
making plans for a new $20,000 brick
block to be the property of the First
National Bank—Speaking of the
organization of the counties of Allied,
McKenzie and Wallace into one coun
ty to be called Roosevelt, there may
be some opposition to the move on
the part of the stockmen of that por
tion of tho county—Under "ranch
talk" cattle in the Dickinson dis
trict aie reported to be coming
through the winter season in very
New Rockford (Tiansciipt)— The
farmers elevator project is rounding
out and an organization lias been
formed. Matters pertaining to the
incorporation of the organization are
now under way.
Devils Lake (Free Press)—Five
blind piggers have been rounded up
and are now in the coop awaiting the
pleasuie of the court.
•.itcliville (Bulletin)—A new opera
hall is to be built here this season.
The structure is to oe 46x76 and full
Bismarck Tribune—Wliton News:
The miners' strike lias been declared
off since our last issue—officially
Unofficially it lias been off most of
the time since the beginning. Some
of the miners went back to work, but
most of them have left town. The
company are now running a full force
and getting out all the coal needed.
Bismarck Tribune—Fargo Forum:
One of the young limbs of the law
who was successful in passing the
examination by the committee ap
pointed by the supreme court, sui
cecded in passing satisfactorily and
after .the oath was taken, fainted.
He was carried out and a hack order
ed. It is reported that an aunt
promised him $5,000 if he would pass
the examination and become a full
fledged lawyer, so lie had more at
stake than some of the rest of the
Fargo (Call)—Rev. Hay worth of
the Kaptist church said in his ser*
mon last Sunday that the city needed
five walls of defense and named them
as follows: Faith in eternal verities,
Temperance, Chastity, Honesty and
Steele (Republican)—A Minnesota
man has made a proposition to the
citizens of Steele to establish a first
class brick yard at that place provid
ing that the ctizens will provide a
bonus of $350. At a meeting held all
.t twenty-five dollars was subscrib
ed and that will be paid in shortly,
so that Steele is assured of a brick
WRITE THIS DOWN
in tho book of memory: There is no
such tiling as a harmless cough.
Every cough is a warning of a confi
dence that goes from bad to worse
unless it is remedied right away.
Opium-laden medicine is a deluson.
Allen's Lung Balsam cures the worst
of colds. It clears the bronchial pass
ages, so that the lungs get plenty of
air. Why not get a bottle today?
EDWMDS, WOOD & CO.
MANHATTAN BUILDING, ST.PAUL.JIINN
•il ADSTo.vK Hahement, Tel. 80
Jamestown, N. 1.
CORRECT DATES OF THE TWO
STATE CONVENTIONS. HAR
Grand Forks, March 26.—The state
democratic central committee had
good attendance, and the meeting
was harmonious to a degree. The
only strife being on the dates of the
conventions. Also the advisability
of holding eight conventions in tl\c
judicial districts, which proposition
was defeated. This made it neces
sary to hold two state conventions as
usual. Tho first one to be held at
Fargo, N. D., 31ay 31, 1904 to select
eight delegates at large and eight
alternates, to the national conven
tion to be held at St. Louis, July 6,
next. The other state convention
will be field at Grand Forks, N.I) .,
on Sept. 1, for the purpose of placing
an entire state ticket in the field.
The representation to each of the
two conventions is based on one dele
gate to each 50 votes or major frac
tion, cast for Joseph E. Cronan for
governor at the last state eleection,
and four delegates at large which will
make tho entire delegation of each
convention number 506 delegates.
A feature of the committee meet
ing was the addresses and advice of
Hon. M. F. Murphy,and Tracy Bangs
Mr. Bangs insisted that if the rail
road combinations were attacked it
was only just and right that the
other big trusts, feel the full effect
of the administrations opposition as
Mr. Murphy said that the demo
cratic party must stand by the peo
ple, who, he believed were learning
a lesson from the experiences of the
past, and showed signs of an awaken
The Grand Forks Press states the
differences that had split up the party
leaders in the past were dropped and
that harmony in action ivas to be
had in the coming campaign. Presi
dential preferences were discussed
but no action or recommendation
made. It is stated that the Hearst
sentiment was the prevailing one,
on the grouud that he had more
chances to win than any other candi
date. The committee met in the
hotel Antlers, were handsomely enter
tained and fek grateful to Chairman
Brynolfson of the state committee,
for favors and hard work to make the
meeting a success.
BOW IN RICHLAND.
Wahpeton, N. D., March 25.—An
action has been commenced in dis
trict court, in the name of C. N.
Frich, attorney general, lookng to
ward the removal from office of
George E. oody, sherff of Richland
The allegations in the compliant are
that the sheriff has collected pay from
the county for services not performed,
has made overcharges and has accept
ed money from blindpig keepers *ari(i
gamblers for protecction.
Moody is a prominent democrat,
and was elected two years ago by
over 1,000 majority. is friends are
angry, and swear vengeance.
It is reported today that Moody's
friends will bring retaliatory actions,
and Sheriff Jones of Sargent county
will be put thru the mill. Jones has
prominent family connections in
Richland county who aie held largely
responsible for the prosecution of
Moody The prospect is that an ugly
fight has been opened which will only
close with the polls at the next gener
A general clean up of illegal liquor
traffic in the county is in progress.
This city was raided with great
success bv a process issued from the
ollice of the attorney general.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Ijuid Ofllce Bismarck, N. D., March S3,
Notice is hereby given that, the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in suppoit ot his claim and
that said proof will be made before B. F. Bige
low, judge of the county court for Stutsman
county, JT. D.. at his ofllce in Jamestown. N. D..
on May 6th 1904, viz: John LebedolT of
Medina, N. D„ for 11. E. No. 11U2 for the n'i
nw4 and nli nex of section 34, in township 189
N Range t# w.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said laud, viz:
Simon Klein. Christ Meidlmrer, Anna Maria
Mogck, Dave Mogck. all of Medina, N. D.
M. H. Jewell,
of Grand Forks and others prominent) The different countias in the state win, under
in the affairs of the party. All pro
fessed to be united in harmonious
action, for the future. Mr. Bangs
spoke on the dominent issue of the
trusts before the country. He refer
red to the oil, the beef the machinery
coal and other trusts, that are
influencing the welfare of the people
in many ways. Mr. Bangs said the
Northern Securities company was the
least of the troubles of the country
and the northwest, that the harvester
trust for instance was more formida
Knauf ti Knauf,
Attorneys lor Claimant,
(First publication March 81, 1904)
ADVERTISE IN THE ALERT
*3 r-'•• r,
To the Republican Electors of tbe StatO of
accordance with the instructions of tho
Republican State Central Committee, utate con
ventions of delegated repreientativea of the
republican party of this state will be held this
year as follows:
DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION.
A convention will be held at the opera house
ill tho CITY OK FARGO, en WEDNESDAY,
MAY 18,1904,at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, for
the purpose of choosing eight delegates and
eight alternates to represent tne state of Nartli
Dakota in the Nattonal Convention of Republi
cans, called to meet in the city of Chicago, on
the 2lst of June, lout, to nominate a president
and vice-president of tne United States.
A convention will be held at the opera l»oune
in the CITY OF GltAND FORKS, on WEDNES
DAY, JULY «0,1804, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, for the pur]oM of nominating candidates
to be supported at the next general election and
lor the transaction of such other business as may
le brouKiit before it. The candidates to b« thsre
nominated arc: Three presit'ential electors, two
members of congress, governor, lieutenant
governor, secretary of state, state auditor, state
treasurer, superintendent of public instruction,
attorney general, commissioner of insurance,
commissioner of agriculture and labor, three
commissioners of railroads and one judge of the
The basis of representation in each of said con
ventions is the average number of votes cast for
the two republican candidate receiving respec
tively the highest and lowest vote in each county
in the slate at the lust general election in lWK'
(excluding superintendent of public instruction,
railroad commissioners and judge of the supreme
court.) giving two delegates at large to each
organized county and one delegate for each
seventy-live republican votes or major fraction of
c^tst for the above officers in said election.
The option is given each county to hold either
one or two county conventions to clect delegates
to the two state conventions.
Attention of county committees is called to the
governing the holdinc of caucuses, and it is law
recommendsil that the organization in each
county, when making calls for caucuses, desig
nate for each precinct a messenger whose duty
it snail be to be preseut at the various caucus
polling places at the hour named in the call, pro
vided with record book, paper and other
material necessary for keeping the records of
the caueus and list of persons voting thereat, in
accordance with section 4»7c ot the Revised
Codes of 1899.
the apportionment herein provided, be entitled
to representation as follows:
..14 Nelson 14
,.1» Oliver 3
...18 Pembina 23
.. 4 Pierce 9
..17 Ramsey 15
..12 Ransom It
.. 7 Steele 0
.. 8 Stutsman— 15
...2rt Towner 12
By order of the Republican State Central
Committee at a meeting held in the city of Fargu
Tuesday, March 15, ltfO-1.
.11 Total 511
Any new county fully organized according to
law prior to holding of state conventions will be
allowed two delegates at large.
llie state committee will pass upon the rights
of those entitled to participate in the preliminary
organization, and will meet for that purpose at
lu o'clock in tbe forenoon of the day previous to
tbe dates of the respective conventions—in Fargo
at rooms of Commercial Club—in Grand Fortes
at Hotel Dacotah—to hear all contests. The
credentials of all delegates and all notices of
contests must be filed with the chairman of this
committee on or before the hour designated here
in for the meeting of the committee to pass upon
the rights of delegates, and notices of contest
must be accompanied by a written statement of
the grounds for contest. Preference in the order
of hearing and determining contests will be
uiven by tne committee in accordance with the
dates ol tiling of such notices and statements
with the cuainnaii.
L. B. IlANJiA,
M. II. JrvvELii, Chairman,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Oftlce Bismarck N. D.,
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of liis intention to
make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before B. F. Bige
low judge of the county court for Stutsman
county, N. D., at his office in Jamestown, N. D..
onMayHtli 1904, viz: Anna Maria Mogck of
Medina N. D., for H. E. No. 10873 for the seU
setf, se^se}* of section 18, in township
139 N., range 66 W.
lie names the following witnesses to prove lilt
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz:
Dave Mogck, Jacob Brosz, Christian Mogck,
and John Lebedoff, all
.of Medina, N. D.
M. H. Jewell,
Knaul A Knauf,
Attorneys for Claimant.
(First publication March 31, 1904.)
State of North Daksta, IM In County Co urt,
Couuty ol Stutsman Before Hon. B. F.
In the matter of the estate of (leorge S. Mori
Robert S. Morison and Mary Morison petitioners
Ruth Morison, the Trustees of Phillips Exeter
Academy, of Exeter, New Hampshire, and
Carolee Butts, Adrienne Butts, Julia Butts,
Catherine Mutts, minors, by their special guar
dian, F. A. Ball, respondents.
Citation and Notice of hearing Proof of
The State ot North Dakota to tbe above named
respondents: and all persoas interested in the
Estate of George S. Morison, deceased:
You and each of you are hereby aotiiled that
Robert S. Morison and Mary Morisou, peti
tioners, have filed in this court a copy of tbe
last wiil and testsraent of George S. Morison.
late of the city. County and Stat* of New York,
deceased, and the probate thereof in the State of
New York, duly authenticated, with their peti
tion, praying lor tbe admlsslou to probate of
said documents as the last will ot said decedent
and for tbe issuance to Robert H. Morison of
betters Testamentary thereon, and that the said
petitioned tbe proofs of said purported wUi,
will be heard and duly considered by this court
on Saturday the 7th day of May, 4904. at ten.
o'clock In the forenoon of that day, at the court
rooms of this court in the county courthouse,
in city of Jamestown, countv of Stutsman
the and st«t« of North Dakota and yen and each
of you are hereby cited to be and appear before
this court at said time and place, and answer
said petition, and show cause if anv there
be, why tbetra}er of said petition shoul'd not be
Dated March 31st. 190-1.
[L. H.] II F. Bigelow, Judge.
Let the foregoing citation be served by
printing and publishing the same three times for
three successivt weeks in the Jamestown Alert,
a weekly newspaper published at Jamestown.
North Dakota, and by mailing a copy of said
citation to each of tho respondents herein at ker
place of residence and address, excepting such
ot said respondents as have waived service of.
notke and citation.
Dated March 31st, 1804.
By the Court,
[I.. C.] B. F. Bigelow, Judge,
let pub. March 31,1!»J4.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office Bismarck N. I)., March isK,
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his
intention to make flnal proof in support of
his claim and that said proof will be made bet
tore B. F. Bigelow Judge of the couuty court fAr
Stutsman county N. D„ at his ollice in James
town, M. on May tith IttOi, viz: Christian
Mogck of Medina, N. D. for H. li. No liflsw for
the sw!t neHi se)% nw*, ne»4 swii, nwM Hk
section a), in township 189 N., range 68
He names the following witnesses to prove bis
continuous residence upon and cultivation ef
said lands vya
,?'vf Mogck, Anna Maria Mogck, Jacob Bros*,
John l.ebedoff, all of Medina, N, I).
M. 11. Jewell,
Knauf A Knauf, Register.
Attorneys for Claimant.
(First publication March 81,1901.)