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County Correspondence
Ellis Amick has returned from an
extended southern trip.
Attorney Arthur Knauf was look
ing after business matters here last
Rustler: A boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Clark of north of
town, on February 25
th and a boy
arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Troutman, north of Goldwin, on
March 1st.
The masquerade dance given by
the Legion Roys Saturday evening
was well attended, a large number
ct dancers coming in costume. Bern
ard Pink and Miss Edna iHagen won
the best dress prizes and Mrs. Ward
A. Rued and Glenn V. Skinner won
the prizes for the most comical ones.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans llagen were
Jamestown visitors last week.
L. E. Mariner is getting out bills
for the sale of his chattels on Wed
nesday March 23. Mr. Mariner and
family expect to locate in Canada.
Mrs. J. S. Gordy was taken to
Jamestown last week where she will
undergo an operation for gall stones.
Fred llauser attended the basket
ball tournament in Jamestown last
Leslie King has resigned his posi
tion as carrier on Route 1.
Monitor Drills, price $228, John*
son Bros., Jamestown.
Last Tuesday evening the Homer
and Blooip whist clubs met in James
town in a friendly battle of whist,
Homer having the good fortune to
win. Several o£ the ladies from
Homer went to the Movies while
their husbands were engaged at
Miss Edna Carlson spent Tuesday
night with Alice Allen in James
The Mothers Club met with Mrs.
Elmer Mathias last Wednesday.
The Corwin Wliits Club played the
llomnr Club at Homer Hall last Fri
day evening, Homer winning.
•George Anderson has left for a
business trip to points in South Da
kota and Minnesota.
Alice Jessen has pneumonia fol
lowing the measles. William and
the other Jessen children are slow
ly recovering from the Measles.
For the first time political lines
are sharply drawn in the Township
election in Homer. The N. P's. have
put a ticket in the field and are
making desperate efforts to elect
their candidates. The outcome will
be watched with much interest.
Monitor Drills, price $228, John
son Bros., Jamestown.
Mrs. H. F. Chadduck of Buchanan
was an over Sunday guest of Miss
Myrtle Blaine.
Mrs. 'Ji. B. Davis of Apiarilla, Tex.
arrived last week for a Visit with
her daughter Mrs. S. S. Stott and
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Finnegan re
turned last week from Washington
where they spent the winter visiting
their son and daughter..
Magnet: While cutting meat the
first of the week Clony Ennis had
the misfortune to hit his hand with
the blade of an ax, cutting an artery
and making a bad wound.
Mrs. Wm. Mattison expects to
hold an auction
Monitor Drills, price $228, John
son Bros., Jnniestown.
The death of Charles E. Bent oc
curred Friday Feb. 25 after an ill
ness of about eight weeks. Mr. Bent
has been a resident of this place for
about four years. Deceased leaves a
wife and several children.
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of iss Lenora Egeland to
Mr. Einar Ekren Wednesday, Febru-:
ary 23rd, at St. Paul, Minn. The
happy couple are ncrw in California.
They will be home to their frienda
after September 1st, at Kensal.
Mrs. H. Hanse has returned to her
home in South Dakota after visiting
here for six weeks with her daugh
ters Mrs. P. Hanson and Mrs. P. C.
The marriage of Dewy Partlow of
this city and Miss Pauline Sterns of
Carrington occurred Monday March
7 at Carrington.
Monitor Drills, price $228, John
son Bros., Jamestown.
•Miss Lund of Jamestown, county
school nurse was here last week ex
amining the school children.
Lee Evans of Jamestown is re
decorating the interior of the Nor
folk hotel.
Albert Rheaume was an over Sun
day visitor in Fargo.
Mrs. Theodore Hell left last week
for Valley City.
Leader: M. C. Pomeroy left Sat
urday evening for a visit with rela
tives at points in Minnesota, Iowa
and Nebraska. He expects to be
absent from his dutleB at the depot
for about three weeks.
Herman Kurtz of Lucca spent
several days visiting at the John
Martin home laBt week.
Monitor Drills, price. $228, John
son Bros., Jamestown.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hays went to
Edgeley Tuesday to consult Dr.
Greene about Mrs. Hay's health.
Mrs. Geo. Rieland itdok her son
Raymond to Edgeley ., Tuflstoy and
had his tonsils removed. They re
l|: turned 'Wednesday.
Mrs. Roy Carr w^ent to .Edgeley
Wedfaesdiy to have some1' dental
'work done. She returned .^ur»day..
W. Powers was a Fargtr psai*
f«nger, Wednesday returaing |'rM*y.
ent down to att^ndito basin**
F. It. McCormick, Receiver of the
First National bank of Medina, was
in town a couple of days last week
tfan4acUngr business.
Mrs. L. E. Hay's was tqjieh to
Jamestown Monday to consult jj]iy
sicians. She is In very poop health.
W. E. Barrlnger started across to
the fnain line Monday wit hhis auto,
but was obliged to leave his car, on
account of deep snow drifts arid re
turned with a team.
The Streeter train was delayed
Florence Anderson came home
last week for a rest from her studies
at the Jamestown College. She ex
pects to return after Easter.
Andrew Zimmerman, an old time
resident of this community, died at
his home here last Tuesday. Fun
eral was held Thursday from the
iBaptlst church. Death was due to
gall stones and heart failure.
Monitor Drills, price 9228, John
son Bros., Jamestown.
Mrs. Casper Woychik spent a few
days with her son Peter at Fargo
.Adolph Fried was a business call
er at Fried Wednesday.
Mrs. Albert Bartlett attended the
meeting of the D. A. R. at the home
of Mrs. H. T. Graves in Jamestown
on Tuesday afternoon. A very in
teresting meeting was held.
Pearl Dick entertained
her school mates from St.
last Sunday.
four of
Peter Fried attended
Lang's sale on Thursday.
Wm. and George Schmitt were
business callers in Jamestown
A few from here attended the bas
ket game at Clementsville Friday.
The recent snow has spoiled the
roads for autoes, the side roads all
being drifted.
Miss Anna Kaiser has returned
home from a visit at the home of
her sister Mrs. Frank Stampka.
Paul Swartz was a business call
er at Clementsville Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Gruchalla and i
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Szarkouski spent'
Thursday evening at the John
Weinch home.
The township election will be
held Tuesday at school No. 1.
Mrs. Ouy Kuttler spent a few days
at the Jasper Dick home last week.
Celia and Bernadett Kachel spent
the week end with their parents.
John Kachel spent Saturday at
the home of his brother Peter.
Mrs. Wm. Schmitt has been quite
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wojoik and Mr.
Thomas Filla and William Otting
er were drawn as jurors from this
township at the regular meeting o£,
the board on March 7.
of her farm ma- Monitor Drills, price $228, Jolm-
cliinery, horses and cows in the near son Bros., Jamestown.
A dance was held in Goldwin Sat
urday evening.. It was well attend
ed and grea'tlt enjoyed by all pre
Mrs. Elmer Brown is reported on
the sick list at present.
The heavy snow storm of the lat
ter part of last week will delay
farming operations for some time.
It was 12 below zero at this point
Sunday morning.
The Walters family is removing
to the John Lester place and the
George Gray family is taking the
place vacated by the Walters family.
Chas. Keppler has rented his farm
and will inove to Jamestown.
L. E. Mariner will hold an auc
tion sale March 23 near Wood
Mrs. Fred Kaiser is on the sick
list at present.
At the annual township election
held Tuesday, Mrs. Louis Wedman
waB elected constable.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schelske of
near Medina were. visitors at the
Julius Bogdan home Saturday.
Monitor Drills, price $228. John*
son Bros., Jamestown.
sic'k "with tonsilitis but is better at I Trinity hospital last week. Mother
the present writing. and son are -doing nicely. Mrs. Boe
Miss Mary Mu'tz is visiting friends ike was formerly Miss Ella Farn.
in Jamestown. Friends extend congratulations.
Marion and Lois Bartlett are on Mr. and Mxp. .Morris Lee visited
the sick Hat. with thir daughter Mrs. C. Landt
Blanche Clark has been on the shoot and family from Saturday un
sick list the past week but is better til Monday.
and Mrs. Frdnk Weinch and family a thaw soon, we may look for a big
spent Sunday at the Peter Fried blizzard one of these days
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dent and
children viBited Sunday at-the John
Anwller home.
George Siebold and" sister Miss
Tillie were at the Leyman home'
Mrs. Walter and family have va
cated their former home and are
now nicely settled on the Lester
Mr. and Mrs. Henry AnWiler were
visiting relatives here lately.
M. and Mrs. Leyman and chil
dren and A. Aggola, viBited Sunday
at the Stotzel home.
Monitor Drills,1 price $228, John
son Broa., Jameotown.
Mra^' Annette returned MOnday
from tho western .part of the state,
where she has been*'* visiting
Many have-sore throats and bad
cold» owing to tie changes of the
ityes. a fitting address at tbis entertalnT
(Mra. Chadduck has! -returned 'ment. All Royal Neighbors afe .in
from visiting, friends in Jamestown vited
and Vashti .v*.-:£."•
from Torranze, California that tbby
have purchased a home and intend
to locate there permanently.
L. B. Cook's spent Saturday even
ing at Frank. Sturmas.
Mrs. Arlo Hall
Monday until afternoon, on account (Day at the Buchanan school last Fri- chaser. They will be. at home to
of etigihe troubles. They had to day. I thefr many friends witli one good
wait until a new engine could be
sent out from Dilworth. But after
they did get started, they surely
earned the name of the "Flying lim
ited" by making the regular trip
and returning almost on schedule
it is reported that Mrs.
Krapp has young chickens.
Tom Powell's visited Hugh Camp
bells last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith were
shopping in Pingree last Monday.
Herb Fredricks spent Sunday at
Harry Beaumonts.
Monitor Drills, price $228, John
son Bros., Jamestown.
Wm. Kohlscheen was in James
town Wednesday to rceive medical
Arthur McKenzie had the misfor
tune to get his finger badly bruis
ed last Thursday while oiling the
electric light plant engine. He got
his finger too near the fan.
The Spiritwood basket ball girls
were defeated by the Pingree High
school Saturday by a score of 22. to
Bill Kolilscben autoed to Gold win
Saturday on buisneSs.
Messrs Shaw, Olaf Larson and
Marchman and wives and John Pet
erson and Marjorie Marshman were
Tuesday evening callers ^it the Ver
linden home.
John Theddei had the missfortune
to be kicked by a horse Thursday.
At first it was not thought to be
serious, but at.midnight he became
delirious and was rushed to the hos
pital at Jamestown. At this writing
he is improving nicely and will be
home soon.
Frank Archbold has returned to
Pingree after spending the winter
in Fargo.
Miss Anna Plinski was a north
bound passenger to Carrington Fri
Pat Brady and family left for
Fargo Thursday, where he expects
to make his future home.
Bob Simpson and Frank Archbold
entered the land business recently
and will have their office in Pin
John Meyer has accepted the
thecker challenge against the Ken
sal five and will play soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Boellce are the
nroiid parents of a fine baby born at
Winter has arrived at last with
plenty of snow and if wo don't get
Mrs. Wm. Boelko went to James
town on No. 8 Saturday evening re
turning Sunday ori No. 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Griffin spent
Wednesday afternoon with the lat
ter'* parents Mr.'and Mrs Win.,, God
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tompkins en
joyed a delightful luncheon at the
home of Mr.^and Mrs. Chas Stewart
of Eldridge, Saturday afternoon and
in the evening a party was formed
and all sprang a pleasant surprise
on Mr and Mrs. Walter McGe. Pro
gressive whist was played ^during
the evening and at twelve o'clock ice
cream and Cake were served
Ed Griffin, is hauling his seed
wheat which he purchased from Er
nest Wiese
'Last Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Beautow and family, Mr. and Mrs.
PI. G. Botler and son Kenneth and
Miss Esther Schumacher spent a so
cial evening at the Boelke home.
George Spangler, Jr. was a weeks
visitor with his parents/Mr. and Mrs.
George Spangler, returning to St.
Paul last Saturday where he is in
the real estate business. The firm
is known' as Youngren and Spangler
Realty. Co., with offices at 155 Shu
bert Theatre Bldg.
Lets go! Where? To the Brown
Lyceum course at Eldridge next
Tuesday, March 22nd. This will be
the last lyceum course of the season.
Don't miss it come early and avoid
the rush.. Everybody welcome."
At: the conclusion of the Modern
Woodmen of America lodge meet
ing Wednesday night, which was
well attended the members: of the
Royal Neighbors, marched'in on the
boys in de luxe style. Wearing
masks and carrying lunch baskets
filled with eatables, they sang a
WOodmen overture. This was fol
lowed by an hours high class varied
entertainment,: consisting of reci
tations by little boys, then readings#
piano selections and a one act farce
comedy. And last but not least tho
Elite' floor manuial drill by tyrelve
young ladies, under direction of
Oracle Mrs. J. Schmitt, conductor.
About sixty partitipated at the de
licious lunch that closed the even
ings entertainment, so well prepar
ed and rendered tty the ladies auxi
liary to the W. A. At the next
meeting March 23 the Modern
Woodmen will return the ^compli
ment to the'Royal Neighbors &nd a
staretialehted Wo^4ma.nwiIL deliver
... Somebody 90nt.
tlie ogitor o|ia'
Mair CUrke: is ^isslgtlnB Mr0. Mi8Sburi paper, a few-..: .nottlmv .o't
Arthur .'Miller vher^ftouwltold ?Koinie sam^-dar he
T' J^lved tbrnbllMti0fi w^ddtoc
Some from this vicinity attended breast and two White calves, before
the Movies at Buchanan Friday a background of farm implements
evening. I too numerous to mention in the
John Krapp made business calls presence of about seventy guests,
at Jamestown and Spiritwood Sat
Mrs. John Krapp, A
and Elsie Dean attended Parent's an extended trip to suit the pur-
son were disposed of at public auc
tion at riiy farm ohe mile east of a
beautiful fluster of roses on ber
including two milch cows, and one
bob sled. Rev. Jackson tied the
nuptial 'kftot with 200 feet of hay
rope and the bridal couple left on
one good. John Deere "gang plow for
Paul baby buggy and a few kitchen uten
'sils after ten months from date of
sale to responsible parties and some
.fifty chickens."—Ex. :-a- £9/
Crystal Springs,-N. D., Mar. 16.—
(Special).—J. D. Richards, former
ly cashier of the First State Bank of
Crystal Springs, flow closed, will be"
tried in the Burleigh district court
at Bismarck during the June term
on a charge of embezzlement,.
When, the case came before. Dis
trict Judge Coffey here the defend
ant filed an affidavit of prejudice
and Judge Coffey ordered the case
removed to Bismarck, for trial be
fore Judge Nuessle.
Richards is alleged to have chang
ed a $1,000 certificate of-.deposit to
$10,009 as shown on the
the bank 'and to have embezzled
part of the difference.
The following is a list of the
es that have been made by the. Na
tional Wbol Warehouse Storage Com
pany of bhicago, 111., of wool ship
ped to them thru the three local wool
growers associations of Stutsman
F. & F. M. Staple „.....:.....28c
Blood Staple .......29c
Yi Blood Clothing 27c
Blood Staple .....25%c
Tub washed 20c
Medium Black :..............17c
B. & S. Medium .. .... .......i:..—.—^16c
Dead .....i —15c
Damaged^: -13c
Cotts 13c
M. Dead 8c
frags ..U...
The company is making a strong
effort to clean up on the balance of
our' shipment and will: render an ac
count of sales as soon as it is all sold.
Considering prices that' have been
obtairted' thru other organizations,
or thrU shipments made by individu
al grow^ these prices look very
satisfactory. All members holding
storage tFcfceta should see that they
are returned to the storage com
pany as sbon as possible.
i. About 240,000 pounds of wool
pooled at Fargo has been sold to
eastern manufacturers. The one
quarter, (the three-eights, and the fine
and fine meduim grades are in the
greatest demand. The" State Pool
shipped' t«?'seaboard markets 100,000
pounds of one-quarter blood at 20
cents, 100,000 poundB of three
eights blood at 21 cents, and the fine
and fine medium, 40,000 pounds, at
24% cents .per pound, f. o, b. sea
board market.
J. W. Haw, now county agent lead
er, of Nortti Dakota, still has super
vision of the wool pool at Fargo and
stated recently when at Crosby that
in order to get some idea of the Min
neapolis wool market the president of
the North Dakota Wool Pool Asso
ciation went to Minneapolis and had
500 pounds of quarter blood ex
pressed to him there. He was able
to getonly 12 cents a pound for it at
the1 markets as. compared with 20
cents at the eastern markets.
A fiagra&i violation of laws of
humanity ahd in addition a distinct
violation of City Ordinance relative
to: cruelty- [to animals occurred at
JameBtown Sunday, when a saddle
h.orsa was kept standing for fully
five hours tl0d to a telephone poBt in
an. alley near Main street, exposed
to the -cold, winds. The horse was
not even protected by. a blanket.
Witnesses notified, the police but in
the meantime a compassionate pass-
aBciiiou. }|7 of the Revised Qrdin-j
ances of ?the City of Jamestown by reason of the.
.'Miss Minnie Nielson, state super
intendent of schools,' who returned
last -week from attending the nation
al meeting of the superintendents'
Wells county President John E. Ev
gen of Mayvllle Normal school Miss
Anna Tibbltts fit Fargo college
State High School Inspector Robert
son, Rural School Inspector Erick
son, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutchin
son of Fargo.
Miss Nielson states that the North
Dakota delegation had quarters at
the same hotel and that a state din
ner was one Of the social features of
the trlA Beside the North Dakota
members, the following former resi
dents of the state joined them at the
dinner: Former City Superintendent
Root of the Bismarck high school,
now head of the department of. edu
cation Of the Buffalo, N. Y. normal
A. L. Schafer, formerly deputy state
superintendent in North Dakota,
now hjead of the Junior Red Cross
in Washington Floyd Goodler, at
held at Atlantic. City" imports an at- figbt. The bill, intj^
tendance of city, county,- and state of threo ^measurea ^9
superintendents numbering about of the city o^ BIsmarck to/ ^obtain
5,000. Educators Of national, im-
po|tance spoke on the various phases I by the electric
or educational work, and one of the the state to consolidate the prison
most delightful events, Miss Nielson and statecapitorpower plants.Js
says, was the convention
given by Henry .Van Dyke, 011 "Art
and Morals".
North Dakota was well represent
ed in the delegations, including City
Superintendents E. T. Smith of Carr
OUpBUUieilUCUUi i. (51U4W wi
rington, M. E. Nugent of Larimore, to the measures .designedJg. permi£
Arthur Deamer of ^argo, George Ar-the condemnation by
McFarland of Williaton \. County Su- water company, of which McICinzie
per in ten dent Sennev Nertrost of is the principal owner.
time with »tne Valley City Nor if
President T^os. loan bonds
with the North Dakota Agricultural
college as head of Boys' and Girls'
clubs, and now in the home econom
ics department of the National Dairy
Council of Chicago.
The North Dakota delegation join
ed the Minnesota special train at
stepped in Jamestown to attend the u
annual meeting of the executive
board of the North Dakota Federa
tion of Women's Club.
There will be aldermanic contests
in the first and second wards at the
regular city election wbich will be
held the first Monday in April, ac
cording to the petitions oh fil.e in
the office of City Auditor M. E.
Eager. Monday was the last day
for the filing of petitions.
AH o fthe present office holders
are candidates for re-election with
the exception of Alderman W. A.
Bohn in the first ward. The list of
candidates follows:
First Ward:, Retiring alderman,
W. A.- Bohn. Candidates,. L. C.
•L'Moore and J. W. Siltmanf
Second ward: Retiring alderman,
Philip Mason. Candidates,/. Philip
Mason and James C. Murphy.
Third ward: Retiring" alderman
and candidate for re-election, S. W.
B. Still.
Fourth ward: Retiring alderman
and candidate for reelection, W. B.
Member of board of city park
commissioners, 'J," F. Henderson. The
park commissioners are elected for a
erm of five years. Mr. Henderson
ias served on the board since •Its or
three years ago.
The voting places for the city elec
tion will be the same aB for the' last/
e n e a e e i o n
__ election of A. A. Liederbach of Dunn
.new ex^-
cuiive committee of the Nonpartisan
league fe' meetiiig' in ^argo this
week, opening its session with the
erby turned the"
horBe'loose wpecting county as chairmani R. .H- °r addition tohouse. I
hinTto g^bme. butu
states that no horse shall be 'per^- Idpnfc of the Women s .au^iUaW
mitted by its owner or driter to
stand on tjfty street, alley of other
exposed (lloe 'ln the city for a per^l
iod longer two hours during
the months of November, December^
January, February «nd March, six
hours in othOr months, nor at any
time during bad Weather unless care.
fully blanketed. Penalty, for yiola-
tl^at she te^res
id^nt ........ .... ., ......,
the league,4 are the^Oth^r, .^embers
of the- committee. 1
G0Vi'fltAZlER SlGNS-:#ff
Bismarck, N. Mrir." 16.—(Spe
cial-.—Governor Frazler has signed
house bill No. -134, which was pass
ed in the legislature after a bitter
sue $250,000 of bonds and to sell.
electricity to the public.
The .Alexander McKenzie
in North Dakota politics was'gcneral
ly credited with supporting the
electric rider" as a counter-attack
Washington, March 16.—-A new
issue of farm loan bonds of approxi-.
mately $75,000,000 will probably be
offered for subscription in the next
few days, treasury officials said last
Issuance of new bonds Commis
sioner Lodbell said at the time of the
supreme court. decision on Feb.. 28
upholding the legality of the federal
farm loan act, would be made as
soon, as possible, but he intimated
that it would be at least 30 days be
fore the funds would be available
fot-a'ctual loaning.
"In the present money market the
TilpTcnv Nor- bond rate will have to be advanced
t/i na„atit
Wllu viij' fiva n&rpant Ha aoid
mal, now superintendent of Chicago rate to' the borrowers will
said. "The in-
equal to
bIa0college where he receives his Ph. ^ne'ean^ predict6 Tith
at,on o£ this
The dinner was a regulation North cial).—^Articles of^incorporation fil
Dakota reunion' where state songs, ed with the secretary of state
and stories of-home interest and re- cludeB:
miniscences made a gala day }n the Consumers Store company, Aneta,
convention period. .*. :v Nelson county directors, J. P. Sund-
Attond Inaugnration 'quist, M. W. Prindle. Christ Feug
The convention closed in time for
the borrowing
(Bismarck, N. D., Mar. 16.—(Spe-
capital stock, •$25,000.
the delegates to attend the inaugura-1 The Garfield Company, Fargo
tion ceremonies for President Hard- capital stock, $25,000 ^directors,
ing, and the immense assembly were Catherine Prigge, C. H. Prigge, Hli
able to hear every word of the presi- fred Swanson
dent's inaugural address because of
the "amplifier", a new mechanical
device attached to the speaker's
H. Storey, well known resident
of Wimbledon, died at a Fargo hos-
pital Tuesday following an opera-
headed by President tion for appendicitis. He was 40
Coffman of the: University of Minne- jyoarB of age and survived by- a
sota and Journeyed east with them.! Widow' and' ten year old daughter.
On the return trip MisB Nielson
He was
district manager of the AL O.
w for
a number of years. Fun-
eral' services were held at Wimble
don Thursday.
England is planning to harness
the ocean tides for water power.
Mrs. Cliristlne Dora Peterson, nee
Miller, was born in Germany April
30th 1846 and departed/this life af
ter a illness/ of three years. She
was stricken with pneumonia ten
days ago and passed away March'8,
1921 at the home of her son, Charles
at Walum, N. D. at the age of seven
ty four years, ten months and ten
days. She leaves to mourn her
death one. "daughter and two sons,
Mrs. Frank F. Schultz of Carter,
Mont., Charles Peterson of Walum,
N. D. and Fried A. Peterson of San
Diego, Calif.
The funeral services were held
Friday-afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
German church, conducted by Rev.
A. Affelt, and the remains were laid
to rest at the Highland Home ceme
tery beside her husband who pass
,ed away in the year 1912.
then earthly fame and treasure,
Come disaster sconi and. pain,
In Christ's service, pain is pleasure
With His favor loss is gain.
V r':'.
We wish to express our Blncere
thanks to the many friends and
neighbors, who_were so kind to ,us
Ft the time of ithe sickness, dea,th
and funeral Of our,beloved daughter
Mary, and also, for .the many floral
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge^ Williams,
and fatttlly.
FOR SA»LE—One team of Percher
on mares, weight about 1500 pounds
each. One team geldings, .weight
about 1100 each. ,, E, L. Greiss.
Phone 625-J.
FOR SALE—rFrame garage 18x
14 gable roof, painted, fine con
dition, plank floor. Suitable for
W«- cash, Phone 67 or 303-Jv
FOR SALE—Standard bred cock
erels, white leghorns', white, Ply
mouth Rooks, Anconw, all single
combed price $3, Mrs. John Matchle.
Spiritwood, N. D^\\
FOR SALE:—!Teatt of horses, wag^
on and harness," a(so Ford touic
ing car and' good' fresh miltii^
Phon 297-W" Jtfmestoftn
e i—U,„. £... j, .. j-
Mbceflanewii Adverii»eme»u4.
Bates for', aayerMsiiis1 under this A .,
heading' are lo a Word for ^ach inserTr
No 1 northern
Dark northern spring
gutter Durum No. 1'. v ..:
Oats, per bu. .....
.Butter creamery ...........,»"^.^jfi3^ ^,g| ', fjl
EggS/^..r.i.. .v, .:.
Hocking Valley
Soft Coal
Stove coal
Bjrcbwood, cord
jack Pine cord
Slabs,cord ....
Tamsrack, cord
20 00
•i3.do. -wmM-f
Hay v-.:.-... 15.00 -j
Mill Feed, 100 lbs. 1-25 ^0* :f
Chicago Wheat
Chicago, /March 16.—Fre9li streni"
gth developed in the wheat market
today, chiefly as a result of buying
on the part of ia hou^e with seaboard
connections. Opening quotations,
which varied froni unchanged to 1
cent higher,,' were followed upturns
all around.
The close was strong, 2% to 3%
cents net higher. V"*'
South St. Paul Stock
South St. Paul, March 16.—Cattle
receipts 7,500 killing class slow
weak to 25 cents lower! bulk com-,
mon and medium be^f steers $7 to
$8 some load lots $8.75 butcher
cows and heifers mostly $4.50 to $7
few sales $8 veal calves steady top
$10 good and choice stockers and
feeders steady, Others weak to 25
cents" lower hogs,- receipts 17,500,
fairly active, 50 to 75 cents lower
range $8 to $9.75 bulk to $D.75:
pigs mostly $1 lower bulk better
grades $1,0.50 to $10.75 sheep 1,
200 steady to. weak good and choice
lambs quotable $9y to $950 good
and choice ewes $5.25 to $5.75.
Minneapolis Grain
Minneapolis, March 16.—Flour un
changed to 25 cents. higher in car
load lots, $8.75 a barrell, sliipmenls
48,888 barrels bran $23.
Wheat reecipts' 246 cars compared
with 197 cars a year ago cash No.
1 northern $1.57$1.63^ Mar.
1.54 y-i May $1.45 Corn No. 3
yellow 54-—55c oats No. 3 white
37 7-8—38 5-8c: barley 48c rye
No. 2
flax No. 1
$1.72 Vi—$1.75%.
FOR SALE—-Thorobred- Plymouth
Rock cockerels, $3.00 each. W. B.
Derby, Montpeller, N. D.
FOR SALE—Egg strain white
Rock hatching, eggs, $1.00 per 15,
White Leghorn 265-270 egg strain
hatching eggs, $2.00, per 15. Mrs.
JohnuMatchle, Spiritwbbd,. N. D.
WANTED—Married man wants
position on farm, ,'with separate
house .State wages in first letter. W.
H. McKenzie, Fingal, N. D,
FOR SALE—D-l Monad, the rust
proof amber durum milling wheat
germination 98 per cent. Gilbert
Ringufette, 3, Jamestown.
.We inqke a speciality of managing
owned by non­
residents. If you deslre competent
and trustworthy agents iet us care
for your Jamestown and Stutsman
county Interests. We are building up
a splendid line of clients in this re
spect, and we guarantee satisfaction
ft is worth your-while to have agents
who give .your Interests thoro and
careful consideration. Let us care
for your rentb and salep at nominal
cost. Blewett ft Severn, Oltisens Nat-_:
Bank Bldg Jamestown. N. D.
Sealed bids Will be received -bjr the
undersigend at his office in James
town, N. Dak., for Caskets and for
burial of paupers for the year 1921
Bids to be received up to~2 o'clock'
P. M., A nril 5th., 1921 and opened.
same dav. The Board reserves the
i o e e a n y a n a i s
Andrew. Blewett,
yv County Auditor
The Board reseryes the Vight toJ
reject and and all bids.
^5 Andrew'Ble,wett,'
v County Auditor!
•ri. I
By order Board of County Comr l'-.
Sealed bids will be reSeiV(9S 'by''stlite., 5
undersigned at his office
town N.
for one or more heavy
two way ROad I^gs,:::rigiiixiiectionSf
weight approximately 1200 lbs. Al®*©
so one or more Road Planers, ap-.
*prpximate Weight 1300 lbs.
Said bids to be received up to 2
o'clock P. M. April &th, 1921 and
opened sameday
Ry, order'" Board of County ComSfSv-j*
Sealed bids wUl be.recfei.ved byith^

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