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COUNTY NEWS.
GLOVER.
Mrs. J. Husby visited friends at
Oakes Thursday.
The Misses Howe and Danberry re
turned to Valley City Monday.
H. Frogen and Minnie Frogen were
brief callers from Litchville last week.
Wilbert and Fred Whitfield enrolled
at the Agricultural College this week.
Bernard Berfjstrom went to Fargo
Friday to attend the Agricultural Col
lege.
Mrs. J. A. Peterson and son of Den
bigh, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
B. H. Stevens.
A. A. Nason, grainbuyer for
S. Glover, left Tuesday for a visit to
the twin cities.
Quite a number attended the ice
cream social of last Friday evening in
spite of the rain.
Thea and Emily Ulness returned
Tuesday from a visit in Valley City and
other points north.^
Mabel Howe arrived from Valley
City Saturday to attend the marriage
of her sister. She returned Monday.
R. Amundson left Thursday for
Washington where he will visit his
parents and also attend the Alaska
Yukon exposition.
The marriage of Miss Alice Howe,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Howe,
and Peter Lind, was solemnized last
Saturday afternoon at the home of the
bride's parents. Rev. H. Moe of
Oakes performed the ceremony in the
presence of immediate relatives. The
bride was prettily gowned in white
batiste trimmed with Valenciennes
lace. The Misses Mabel and Nettie
Howe, siBters of the bride, were brides
maids and Enid Danberry of Valley
City was flower girl. The groom was
attended by Nels Lind and Erick Ron
ning. Mr. Lind is the prominent lum
berman of Glover and his bride is one
of the successful teachers of the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Lind have rented a suite
of rooms in Glover where they have
gone to housekeeping.
GUELPH.
G. Bliss and family attended services
here Sunday.
Mrs. Ethel Baker is visiting at the
Puffer home.
The Misses Burkhardt and brother
were here Sunday.
Will Shefferd arrived Saturday morn
ing from Minnesota.
G. M. Baker, wife and family were
shopping in Oakes Saturday.
Mrs. Amos Waite visited with her
sister in Monango, Saturday.
Dr. Potter of Ellendale was making
professional calls here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. McCos visited at the
Bartlett home in Oakes Friday.
Reva Smith of Oakes is visiting with
Edith Jensen at the Baker home.
Mr. Ferral and family spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Wells at Silver
Leaf.
Mrs. C. B. Denison and children ar
rived home Friday from their visit with
relatives in Oakes.
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Mr. and Mrs. F. Higgs, Mrs. Mead
and Miss Mitchell of Silver Leaf at
tended M. E. servives here Sunday.
Many from here attended the ice
cream social on E. J. Hubbard's lawn
Saturday evening. A pleasant time is
reported.
Ole N. Dakken met with a bad acci
dent Sunday, while engaged in a few
innocent sports. His right arm is
badly sprained. He went to Hecla to
consult Dr. Holmes.
Miss Rachel M. Munch arrived here
Monday morning from Hillsboro where
she has had charge of the second grade
the past year. She will spend a few
days here with her sister and friends.
Amos Waite has
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new Buick and
drives it like an old hand at the wheel.
Most any day when not called to attend
other duties one can look and behold
Amos coming before the great cloud of
dust made by his machine.
There will be a basket picnic at
Guelph Saturday, June 19th for the
benefit of the church. The C. L. S.
will serve a New England dinner at one
o'clock. This will be followed by con'
tests, games and a program. Every
one is cordially invited.
SILVER LEAP.
Wm. Curry was in Ellendale Mon
day.
Margery Fawcett visited school No. 1
on Monday.
-Amos Hoover is riding about on a
new Peerless bicycle.
The dance Saturday night was a
very enjoyable affair.
Ed. Wallis was in Ellendale on busi
ness on Monday last.
Robt. Fawcett started Friday for
Canada to look for land.
The Mead boys spent Monday night
with the Hatfield children.
Stella Cook and Hazel McGinnis spent
Sunday evening at Ed. Gorman's.
Nick and Peter Seywert entertained
Banker Koob of Ellendale Sunday.
Fred Van Vleck and family spent
Sunday at the James Mason home.
John Hassal and family and Harry
Wallis Sundayed at the Sharp home,
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mead transacted
business at the county seat Thursday.
Miss Mitchell and Wayne Mead
called at F. J. Higgs' Thursday even
ing.
Lucile Milne was most delightfully
entertained at the Tom McGinnis home
Sunday.
James and Walter Mead went to
Fargo Saturday morning to take a
course in engineering.
Mrs. A. Wilson and daughter Hazel of
Ellendale attended the social here with
Hans Peterson and family.
Virgil Benscoter and Jonnet Hatfield
of Winship attended the ice cream
social here Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Higgs, Mrs,
Warren Mead and Edna Mitchell at
tended church at Guelph Sunday.
Several of our young people attended
the dance at Fullerton last Thursday
night and report a splendid time.
At the school meeting last Tuesday
a vote was taken to build a new school
house in Kent school No. 2. F. J.
Higgs was elected school director.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank VanMiddles
worth, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, Mr. and
Mrs. Gusterfson, and Mr. and Mrs.
Openheimer spent Sunday at George
Hatfield's.
The ice cream social at the church
Saturday evening was a grand success,
both financially and socially. The crowd
began to gather at an early hour and
stayed late. The ladies made S21.
Pete Begin and Ed. McGinnis had
quite a runaway last Friday night.
They were in Ellendale and left their
team standing for a few moments only
to return and find it gone. Hunt as
they would they could get no trace of
them until Saturday evening when they
were located one mile west of Fred
erick. No serious damage was done
except for the loss of the groceries,
which was in the buggy when the team
started.
FORBES.
From The Republican.
Miss Carrie Wright, who teaches
near Ellendale, came out last Monday
for a visit with her brother Robert and
family.
James Evans has moved his family
for the present into the rooms over
J. R. McGlynn's store, recently va
cated by Mrs. E. Mayhew..
John Wolff, accompanied by Dan
Wageman, Adam Schweitz, Jacob Rut
Bchke and S. Schimke left
to look at some land in the vicinity of
Calgary, Canada.
At the school election held on Tues
day in Forbes, Harding Parks was
unanimously re-elected as one of the
school directors for a term of three
years.
E. C. Turner is having another resi
dence erected on his lots on Fourth
avenue. It -will be a "T", shaped
house when completed, each section
being 16x24 feet, one story high. Con
tractor L. F. Haskins has the contract
for erecting this building.
The hotel here owned by Ole Dalager,
has been leased to P. 0. Tjaden of
Wolverton, Minn.,-for a term of one
year, and Mr. Tjaden and family are
expected in a few days to take charge
and open this hostlery.
Never hesitate about giving Cham
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FULLERTON.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred BaBsett attended
Catholic celebrations at Oakes on Tues
day.
Mrs. Allen Gregory and Mrs. Maggie
McLean went to Oakes to visit friends
and do shopping.
Mrs. T. J. Kelsh and three children
left Tuesday evening for Lamont,
Iowa, to see a brother who is ill.
Fullerton was well represented at
the ball game at Ellendale on Monday
and helped "root" for the home team.
The Misses Ida Bjork and Selma
Anderson were confirmed in the Finn
church at Savo on Sunday June 6th,
and both have returned home.
Jennie VanMiddlesworth and Sadie
Gregory took the train at Monango on
Tuesday for Ellendale to spend a week
and take in the doings at the N-I.
Rev. Samueteon will conduct services
in Fullerton Union church on Sunday,
June 20th. Sermon in the morning
will be in Swede and in the evening in
English.
Rev. D. F. Thompson was an ar
rival in town on Monday and will
spend the week visiting among his
people and hold service next Sunday
morning and evening.
K. S. Jensen returned the last of
the week from Devils Lake and vis
ited Ellendale on Friday. His daugh
ter, Coral, accompanied him to Ellen
dale and remained over Sunday.
Matt Kelley has so far recovered as
to be able to come home the first of
the week a'hd all are glad to see him
on the street once moore. His brother
Pat came over from Oakes with him.
Mrs. James Wheeler and daughter,
Mrs. Gertrude Buzzel of Jamestown,
are guests at the home of Wm.
Gregory and expect also to visit at the
home of their cousin, Mrs. A. W. Mc
Donald near Ellendale.
The Fullerton ball nine went to
Ellendale on Monday, decked in their
new suits and played the N-I boys,
winning the game 8 to 4. They have
now beaten every nine in the county
so far. Now for Forbes.
Jacob S. Anderson who had been
printing the Fullerton Farmer the
past few months packed up his print
ing outfit, household goods, etc., and
left for Hoffman, Minn., last Friday
where we understand he will embark
in the same business. People were
surprised at the nonappearance of the
Farmer last Friday, but found out
that the editor and the Farmer had
departed without a word of farewell
to its subscribers. Fred Newell went
along to learn typesetting.
ELLENDALE.
From the Leader.
Mrs. Edna Lortscher and son, of
Hecla, arrived this morning for a visit
with her parents.
J. E. Jensen has added a cylinder
press and other printing machinery to
bis Watertown printing plant.
Mrs. N. T. Holte and Mrs. August
Peterson left last evening for a visit
with friends at Watertown, S. D.
Mrs. H. P. Martin, who is visiting her
mother at Fort Atkinson, Wis., writes
that they have experienced two light
earthquakes in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bodle and Miss
Ina Randall, who attended the grand
lodges I. O. O. F. and Rebekah at
Grand Forks, arrived home this morn
ing.
On July first the Bank of Ellendale
will be a national bank and will, after
that date, be known as the Ellendale
National Bank. We congratulate this
institution on this advanced step and
wish the Ellendale National all the suc
cess possible. The new bank will be
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Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cassels went to
Groton, South Dakota,-Saturday, where
Mr. Cassels delivered the memorial day
address. Mr. Cassels returned home
yesterday and Mrs. Cassels and the
children stopped off at Aberdeen for a
visit with relatives, arriving home this
morning.
D. Ferrara has resigned as instructor
at the Normal-Industrial school to take
effect at the close of the present school
year. Mr. Ferrara has accepted a posi
tion at the Tri-State College, Angola,
Indiana, where he will have charge of
the commercial department and also or
ganize a military department, begin
ning work his new position October
1,1909.
CRETE.
From the Prairie Press.
George Phifer and his sister-in-law.
Miss Maria Dill, have gone to York
state for a visit with relatives and old
friends.
The Misses Hannah Hample and
Esther Peterson went to Milnor Thurs
day morning as representatives of the
Hample school at the county S. S. con
vention.
H. N. Bingham and a brother-in-law
from Minnesota have gone to the coast
to see the country and eat peaches with
their western friends. They expect to
be gone about a month.
At the Denver school election Tues
day there were 42 votes cast—34 of
them in favor of building a school house
in Crete and 8 against the proposition.
More than four to one is majority
enough for any good thing. Henry
Orn was re-elected to the Loard with
out opposition.
Word was received at Crete last Sat
urday evening of the sudden death in
St. Paul the same afternoon of James
Dolan, a nephew of Mrs. Chus. McDer
mott. The latter accompanied by her
brother, Mr. John Collins, left Saturday
evening via the Soo line, to attend the
funeral, which took place Tuesday of
this week.
LUDDEN.
Frances Turnham spent last
week in Oakes visiting Reva Smith.
Mrs. Frances Donley is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Green
wald.
Edith Jensen of Fullerton is
spending a few weeks at Grandpa
Baker's.
Amos Waite came out with his
fine new auto to the social Satur
day night.
Grover Baldwin attended the
graduating exercises at Oakes last
Wednesday eyenipg.
Mr. and Mrs. Mott are rejoicing
over the arrival of a little baby
girl which arrived Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith and
Miss Hazel Rowe of Oakes attended
the social Saturday evening at Mr.
Hubbard's.
The ladies aid will meet with
Mrs. Turnham at the next regular
meeting, June 24th in place of
meeting with Mrs. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Oakes
attended the Baptist church Sunday
morning and visited with the
Marks and Foster families.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baker came
over from Ellendale Saturday and
attended the social and visited at
Mrs. Baker's home. Floyd stayed
over with his grandparents awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. Dyer will start
Saturday for Jamestown to attend
campmeeting, so there will be no
church services Sunday evening.
They will probably be gone two
Sundays.
The lawn social Saturday even
ing was a real success. For all the
day was anything but pleasant the
wind went down toward evening
and about one hundred people
gathered and had a fine time. Mr.
and Mrs. Hubbard did so much to
make it pleasant for the crowd and
everyone seemed, to have a good
time. Ice cream and cake were
served and the ladies made $16.00.
To Celebrate the 133rd
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Mabel Olson came up from Ed.
Hafey's to visit at home over Sunday.
E. Magoffin, accompanied by his wife
and daughter, visited with C. D. Hath
away Sunday.
Fred Dyorak took out a new Deering
mower Saturday and is going to put up
hay this week.
Edith Palmer and Mildred Crabtree
left last week for a visit at Fergus
Falls with friends.
W. K. Bouhouse, C. D. Hathaway
and A. W. Berkner autoed out to
Frank Northrop's last Sunday.
Roy Irwin has taken the contract to
erect a large barn for Daniel Bartel on
the old Birdseye farm south of Merri
court.
Fred Freund visited at Archie Smith's
Bcuth
of town last Sunday. Fred is
looking good but wishes he was back
in Merricourt.
Prospects for a bumper crop never
looked better in this state. Dickey
county is just like a good man. you
can't keep it down.
Sullivan & Slauson have completed
the remodeling of their house on their
farm north of town. Roy Irwin and
Alex. Fuher did the work.
E. G. Sweeney and wife are enjoying
the Seattle fair. They expect to leave
in a short time for Bay View, Mich.,
where they will spend the balance of
the summer.
Peter Gramita passed through here
Monday with his mother-in-law and
two of his children enroute to Monango
where they took the train to her home
in South Dakota.
W. K. Bouhouse, our popular car
penter, has taken a contract to build a
large barn on the W. J. Webb farm in
Merricourt. This barn will be built on
the plan of the barn on the H. C. Peek
farm.
The editor and Geo. McShane floated
up to Kulm last Saturday to give a de
monstration of the New Lambert. The
mud was all that could be desired but
it showed that bad roads could not stop
a Lambert.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Glenn left Fri
day night for a week's visit with Mrs.
Glenn's parents at Barney, N. D.
While there they will attend the wed
ding of Mrs. Glenn's niece, Miss Lola
Edgerton to Mr. Earl Fridley.
On Wednesday, June 2nd, occurred
the marriage of Miss Nina DeWolf to
Martin Luther of Monango. They left
on the Soo train at Merricourt for a
.honeymoon at Lake Clitheral, Minn.,
and will return to Monango in a short
time where they Will make their home.
J. O. Glenn arrived with his family
from Chicago Monday and will remain
here permanently. His little boy re
covered from an operation, a case of
scarlet fever and diphtheria, and is get
ting along nicely. Plenty of good Da
kota air will put the little fellow on his
feet again.
Rev. Hunter delivered a sermon here
Sunday forenoon and Geo. McShane
drove him to Forbes in the afternoon
where he held services in the evening.
There will be regular services here
every Sunday at 11:00 o'clock. A
young minister from St. Paul will have
charge here and at Forbes.
Elmer Sullivan returned from Rock
wood, Pa., Saturday. Two young men
came along with him from the old Key
stone state to see this great western
country. He reports the. crops in
Pennsylvania in good condition and the
way the crops are coming on here
makes him sit up and take notice.
The train that leaves here at 4:50 p. m.
arrives in Minneapolis at 6:45 a. m. and
St. Paul 7:30 a. m. Leaves St. Paul at
8:15 and arrives in Chicago at 10:30
p. m. All Soo trains run into the
Union Depot at St. Paul. The ser
vice on the Soo Line is first-class and
the trip to Chicagd can be made in a
day.
J. F. Maly.'s horse became possessed
of the D—-—I last Sunday and pro
ceeded to do J. F. up in good shape.
The horse was hitched up single and
ran through a wire fence out at Ed.
Wicks' pasture. Maly kept his head
and the reins until he passed Roy Ir
win who jumped from another buggy
and caught the horse by the head stop
ping it and preventing a bad mixup.
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Everyone is cordially invited to at
tend the Nebraska Settlers' Association
Picnic to be held at Taylor's Grove,
eight miles north of Ellendale, on the
southwest quarter of section 35, town
ship ISO, range 63, on the 24th day of
June, 1909. Everyone come and get
acquainted. Yours truly,
—Dean & Graham.
Honey To Loan.
We have money to loan on your Real
Estate at low rates, optional payments.
See us. Star Land Company. 49tf.
Summons.
State of North Dakota, I
County of Dickey. I
In Dlatrlct Court.
SMITH PHIFER
Groceries, Crockery and Fruits
3 cans of corn
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Home canned plums
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Freeh Horse Radish
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Pure niaple syrup
per gallon
Fresh Strawberries and
Vegetables Every Tuesday
and Friday
FOR SALE
Threshing Outfit
In good condition and nearly new.
Anyone interested call on
Herman Pedersen
Six Miles Northwest of Oakes.
Fourth Judicial District.
L. D. Beardsley, Plaintiff, 1
vs.
Globe Investment Company,
of Massachusetts, Globe Invest
ment Company, of Nebraska,
Carleton School Township of
Diekey County, State of North
Dakota Charles E. Cooper,
Charles E. Cooper, Trustee
Henry A. Wyman Henry A.
Wyman. Trastee John Herbert,
John Herbert, Trustee J. Low- Summons,
ell Moore, J. Lowell Moore,
Trnstee A. B. Nettleton, Melllsa
T. Nettleton, Henry S. Bristol,
Cyrena J. Bristol, Bussel & Co.,
Hugh Martin, Emily C. Martin,
Jackson Strane, Emma Strane,
and all other persons nnknown
claiming any estate or interest
in, or leTn or incumbrance upon
the property described in the
complaint. Defendants.
The state of North Dakota to the above
named defendants: You, and each of you, are
hereby summoned to answer the complaint in
this action, and to serve a copy of your answer
upon the subscriber within thirty days after
the service of this summons upon you, exclu
sive of the day of service and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, judgment will be
taken against yon by default for the relief de
mandedin said complaint, which is filed in the
office of the clerk of said court, at the conrt
house in Ellendale, North Dakota.
Dated, June 2nd, 1909.
A. P. GOT.
Attorney for Said Plaintiff.
Address: Oakes P. O., North Dakota.
You are further notified that this action is
brought for the purpose of quieting title in the
plaintiff to the socthwest quarter (swX) of sec
tion eight (8) in township one hundred .thirty
(ISO) north, of range sixty-two (62) west 5th
principal meridian containing one hundred
Bixty acres, and situate in Dickey County and
State of Nojth Dakota.
A. P. GDT.
Attorney for Said Plaintiff.
First publication June, 10 1909.—St.
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Noticd for Bids.
Sealed bids will be received by York
town township up to 3 o'clock June 14,
1909, for three grades, one. between
section 16 and *section 9, tine between
section 21 and section 28 and one on the
east town line between sec
ton 12 in
York town and section 7 in Clement
township.'- All bids to be accompanied
by a certified check of $10. The board
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids. —C. A. Curtis,
203 Town Clerk.
"The
Three
Ways
This is the title of our little
folder. It tells you the three
ways to invest money in our
stock. If interested call at
the First National Bank and
get a copy.
The Home
Savings and
Building and
LoanAssociation
A. F. KLEIN, Pres.
C. A. NEWTON, Sec/
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