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CHURCH REV. S. HITCHCOCK istor Morning Worship.... 11:00 a. m. Sunday Sohool 12:00 m. Men's Bible Class, hsld in The Pioneer Building. .12:10 p. m. •vening •errioe 7:30 p. m. Stramert Welcome HAIR. Ladles, Save Your Combings T&ks them to Mrs. M. J. Bagley and have them made into a Switch, Braid, or any other article ol use or beauty for which they are adapted. Mrs. B. is an ezoert in the hair business and guarantees satisfaction of work and Souse, rice. Residence, the Geo. Harding northeast part of town. MaU orders will be given courteous attention. DR. J. 6. ABBOTT Physician and Surgeon Qfflice over First National Bank Office Phone No. 181 Residence Phone No 161 DR. J. G. ALEXANDER, Physician andtSurgeon Speoial Attention Given to Dis eases of Women and Children. Office in Philips Block. Phone No. 37 DR. H. 6. FISH Physician and Surgeon Office 2d Floor Woodward Block Office hours, 9:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Telephone Connections. 6. S. SHIPPY Altwm-lRm ill Hotirj Public HOPE NO. DAKOTA. Shotwell Floral Co. Growers of Plants.CutFlowers, &.c. Funeral .Designs made up on short notice. Phone or writ* us Night or Day. il-tt. Send for Catalogue. BEST FLOUR Five-sack lots, per 100 pounds $2.50 Single sacks, $2»GO FOR SAL BY Hope Bakery & Restaurant FERD. GRAMS, Proprietor. Proposal. OEALED PROPOSALS will be re calved by the undersigned Clerk of Melrose Sshool District No. 16, Steele County, North Dakota, for the con struction of a four (4) room consoli dated school building, to be oonstruo ted in Blabon, North Dakota, in ac cordance with plans and specifica tions prepared by Samuel F. Crabbe, architect, of Fargo, North Dakota. Plans will be on file at the office of the Clerk, at Blabon, North Dakota the Builders' Exchange, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn. and at the offloc of the architect, at Fargo, North Da kota. Bids will be received until twelve (12) o'clock noon, June 1st, i®!*- Each bid for general oontract shall be aocompanied by a certified cheek in the sum of Five Hundred (1500.tO) Dollars. Each bid for plumb ing and heating shall be accompanied by a certified eheok for Two Hundred (1200.00) Dollars, as a guarantee that bidder will enter into oontract, should same be awarded to him. The Board reserves the right to re jeet any or all bids. Dated at Blabon, North Dakota this 30th day of April, 1914. Signed: H. A. BURNER, SAMDBL F. CBABBE, Clerk Arohiteot. 5ti5 Paper Towels. KMP supply Paper Towels on band, they are sanitary, con venient and ecoonoinical. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commissioners. Sherbrooke, N. D., May 14tb, 1914. The Board met in special session at 10:30 a. m. Present Chairman Hovick, Commissioners Johnson, Grefsheim, Williams and Verwest. Minutes of the meeting of April 22 and 24th were read and approved. In the matter of support of Karen Berg, poor person at the State Tu berculosis Sanitarium at Dunseith, it was on motion made, seconded and carried that the county pay for her support at the rate of $5 per week as provided by law and other necessities furnished at such sanitarium, upon verified bill of the superintendent of such institution. On motion Kraabel & Kraabel was authorized to furnish cloth for material for wardrobe of said Karen Berg preparatory to going to such sanitarium. On motion S. W. Johnson was in structed to engage some competent woman to accompany said Karen Berg to the sanitarium. The following bills were on mo tion approved: Globe-Oazette Printing Co., record books for county Supt. and blanks for audi tor $ 25.50 Walker Bros. & Hardy, 1914 tax lists 45.00 On motion the board adjourned till 1:30 p. m. Afternoon Session. The Board reconvened at 1:30 p. m., all members present. The state engineer being present the proposition of constructing roads waB discussed. After considering various routes proposed throughout the county a diagram was drawn commencing from a point on east line between sections 26 and 35 Sharon township then on to Hope via Finley and line running west of the Town of Sher brooke. On motion it was decided to en gage the state engineer to make the survey of this proposed route and prepare plans and specifications for the construction of said road. On motion the auditor was In structed to advertise for bids for work upon this road according to plans and specifications which will be on file with the auditor after June 6th, 1914. Bids will be received till 2 o'clock p. m., June 12th, 1914, when such bids are to be opened. Commissioners Johnson and Wil liams, the inspection committee rec ommended that a bridge 24 feet long be constructed on section line be tween sections 1 and 12 Broadlawn that petition for bridge between sec tions 21 and 22 Hugo be tabled on account there being no passable road leading up to such location that peti tion for appropriation of $150.00 for grade between sections 36 Willow Lake and Barnes County to be tabled which recommendations were accepted and committee discharged. On motion S. W. Johnson was authorized and instructed to adver tise for, receive and open bids and let contract for grading on line be tween sections 35 and 36 Willow lake cost of work not to exceed $300. On motion the auditor was in structed to advertise for sealed bids upon twenty-two tons of nut hard coal delivered f. o. b. Pickert, N. D., bids to be received till 2 o'clock p. m. on Monday, July 16th, 1914. On motion the board adjourned till Friday May 15th, 1914. G. J. MUSTAD, County Auditor. May 15, 1014. The Board reconvened at 9 o'clock a. m., all members present. Minutes of the meeting of May 14th read and approved. The resolution adopted May 14th as to the location of the County Road from Sharon to Hope was amended and a corrected diagram or plat thereof, was on motion approved and filed. Commissioners Grefsheim and Ver west, the inspection committee rec ommended the disposition of peti tions as follows: That a 16-foot concrete arch bridge be constructed on line between sec tions 5 and 8 Westfleld township. That petition from Greenview township for an appropriation of $500.00 from Co. Road Fund to build road from west line between sections 21 and 28 of said township due East to Pickert and on into Sherbrooke and from said starting point on to Finley, be granted in part and that such amount be expended on roads in said township from west line be tween sections 21 and 28 and due east into Pickert. That a petition for an appropriation of $400.00 From Co Road Fund for grading between sections 8 and 9 and 16 and 17 Sharon Township be granted. That petition from Westfleld Town ship for appropriation of $400.00 from Road Fund to be Expended under supervision of Town Board be tabled. That petition for appropriation for grade on line between 13 and 24 Finley Township be tabled. That petitions for culverts to be placed on line between 6 & 7 7 and 8 16 and 16 and 8 and 17 Finley Township be granted. That petition for appropriation of $600.00 for building road from NW corner of Sec. 1 to SW corner of Sec. 36 Sharon Township be tabl ed. On motion recommendation o. such committee were accepted and approved. On motion commissioner Verwest was authorized and instructed to call tor bids and to let contracts for the work to be done on said line from Greenview into Pickert and for the construction of said bridge on line between sections 6 and Westfleld Township. On motion Commissioner Gref sheim was authorized and Instructed to call for bids and let contract for work to be done on lines between sections 8 and 9 and 16 and 17 Sharon Township. On motion auditor was instruct ed to jiotify Fargo Bridge and Iron Company of defective bridge on line between sections 29 and 32 Beaver Creek Township. The following bills were on motion allowed: M. W. Welch Mfg. Co., punctuali ty pins $ 6.00 A. B. Dick Company supplies for mimeograph 2.08 Finley Beacon publishing, print ing and printing 34.26 No. Dak. Publishing C. publish ing and printing 32.50 Steele Co. Tribune publishing 23.10 Steele Co. Tribune publishing .... 8.40 Steele Co. Tribune Typewriter paper gold and silver seals for Co. Supt's office 2.85 On motion the Board adjourned till 1:30 P. M. Afternoon Session HOPE The board reconvened at 1:30 P. M. all members present. Bills were on motion allowed as follows: A. Erlckson, cash advanced for postage alfalfa for Superintend ent's office recording official bonds and wolf bounty $ 124.94 E W. Johnson Comm. service 2 days meeting $20.00 Mileage $5.25 Total 25.25 Ole N. Grefsheim Comm. services inspection 1 day 2 days meeting $15.00, Mileage $3.76 18.75 Anton Hovick Comm. services Ida inspection 2 da meeting $15.00 Mileage $3.10 Total 18.10 W. Williams Comm. services Ida inspection 2 da meeting $15.00 Mileage $4.70. Total 19.70 Verwest Comm. services 2 da in spection 2 da meeting $20.00 Mileage $4.70 Total .... 24.70 On motion the board adjourned till Friday June 12th 1914. G. J. MUSTAD, County Auditor. Suffrage Notes The Police Commissioners of Provl denoe, R. I., deoided that some women he or a city safer for ohildren, so they made up their minds to appoint a couple. Did they? Not a bit of it, for the stat utes of that state declare that you oan't be a policeman unless you are a voter. In earlier days women were told that they must not vote because they eould not be policemen. Now when the necessity of women on the force is generally recognized, we find that they are told that they can't be policemen because they can't vote. About 33 women were elected to of fice in the State of Illinois on April 7th. What kind of office? Tax collec tors. But, you say, they haven't any pockets. Perhaps that was why. For man with his 16 pockets has made such a record as the guardian of pub lic funds that the only offioes, aside from those connected with schools, that women are found in in any num ber, are the office of treasurer or tax collector. Springfield, 111., went wet, and the women voters helped do it. They did. They gave a majority of 276 against a dry town. Well, then, of course, wo men should not have the right to vote. Let us leave the franchise in the hands of the men of that city who gave a ma jority of 3,725 in favor of a wet town. A man in Illinois is reported as slapping his wife because she slipped away early to the polls and voted dry. Is woman suffrage thus proved a men ace to the home? Now don't you re ally believe that a man who would slap his wife for voting against is wishes, would slap her anyway? Even if she was slapped, she got her yote in and it was counted. Perchance with her vote she helped close the saloon and may haye prevented maay a slap and a kick going to defenseless wives from alcoholic men. Suppose that a man came home and found it in darkness, and while he a at to in is a around his wife would explain to him that her housekeeping money was all used up, henoe the darkness. That is exactly what happened in the city of Paterson, where the men do the city housekeeping. On April 16th, any one wanting to do business in the oity hal1 ad to it it a an an only excuse offered was that the ap propriation for lighting the city had been used ap. City government only housekeeping. It is run by men and men have never had any previous housekeeping experience. It is the strangest thing why they don't let the women help. Women would be glad to, and every day men are showing how much they need it. "No," said he, "for you see I be-. Ueve that woman's plaoe^is in the home." Investigation showed that in order to run his home, educate his children, and manage his office, he was keeping 13 women oat of their homes and only one in it. ANNA CADOGAN ETZ, Sec'y, Up-State Woman Suffrage Press. All at Once. "Pa, teacher told UB to write some good resolutions on our slates." "Fine. Let me see yours." "I can't I dropped my slate on the way home an' broke 'em all."—Cleveland Plain Dealer. The Pioneer Contest. Instead of giving any special article as a prize, we have decided that the contestants will likely appreciate it or if iv 1 1 5 0 0 in ad a then they can dispose of their prize to any farmer who can in turn buy any thing that we sell. Wtih every dollar cash purchase you can get a 25-vote coupon for your favorite, and contes tants should request their friends to be sure and get as many tickets as possible. HOPE IMPLEMENT CO. Notice of School Election. (Special District—Annual Election.) "^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That 1 on the First Tuesday in June, be ing June 2nd, A. D. 1914, an Annual Election will be held at the Opera House in the Special School District of Hope, County of Steele, State of North Dakota, for the purpose of electing the following members of the Board of Education: Two members to serve for a term of three years. The polls will be opened at 9 o'clock a. m., and closed at 4 o'clock p. m. of that day. Dated at Hope this 14th day of May. A. D. 1914. By order of the Board of Education: GEO. W.COLE, Clerk. For A Torpid Liver. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets off and on for the past six years when ever my liver shows signs of being in a disordered condition. They have always acted quickly and given me the desired relief," writes Mrs. F. H. Trubus, Springville, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Political Advertisements. WASHINGTON, D. C., May 12,1»14. To the Voters of North Dakota: Having decided to become a candi date for re-election to the United States Senate, on the Republican ticket, I have filed with the Secretary of State the petition required by law. My du ties at Washington make it impossi ble for me to make a personal cam paign before the primaries, and the limitation on campaign expenditures imposed by the laws of the State will prevent my addressing to each of you a personal letter. I therefore 'take this means 'of announcing my candi dacy and soliciting your support. I stand squarely on the record which I have .made in* the Senate an in the House, and I invite the closest scruti ny of my votes, of the measures which I have introduced, ard of the princi ples and policies which I have advo cated. A brief outline of my record in the Senate will be found in the State Publicity Pamphlet, which will be mailed to you in the near future by the Secretary of State. My past re cord is a fair indication of the course I shall pursue in the future if honored with renomination and re-election. 1 wish to thank you for the very generous support you have accorded me in the past, and I hope that I may count on your support and votes at the coming primaries. Very truly yours, A. J. GRONNA. For County Auditor. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the nomination on the Republican ticket to the office of County Auditor of Steele County, subject to the decision of the voters at the Primary Election June 24th, 1914. Your vote and support are earnestly solicited. Should I be elected I will personally attend to the of fice. JOHN J. WA.MBERG. For Clerk of Court. 1 hereby announce myself a Republican candidate for renomination for the office of Clerk of the District Court, subject to the will Of the voters of Steele County, N. D„ at the June Primary. Your vote and Influence re spectfully solicited. 3 D. W. VADNIE. For Clerk of Court I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination on the Republican ticket or theoffice of Clerk of Court, subject to the decision of the voters at the June primaries, Yoiir vote and support will be appreciated. 4 GEO. O. BRAGER Political advertlcement For Sheriff I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Sher iff of Steele County. The support of all Re publican voters is respectfully solicited. If nominated and elected I promise to give talthlul and undivided attention to the duties of the office. C. S. EGAN. For Sheriff. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Sheriff of Steele County, subject to the deci sion of the Republican voters at the Primary election In June, 1914. If elected, I promise to give all my time and my best efforts to the public service. ALBKBT SPARBOW. For ^Sheriff. I wish to announce that I am a candidate for nomination for the office of Sheriff of Steele County at'the June Primaries on the Republican ticket. I will appreciate your support, and assure you that It selected for this Important position I will devote my time and attention to the duties ot the office. Yours Respectlully, GILBUBT N. GRIMSON. For Sheriff. I announce mysell a candidate lor the of fice of Sheriff ol Steele County on the Repub lican ticket, subject to the decision of the voters at the Primary election in June, 1914. Your support respectfully soUcited. AXVBBO J. ANDERSON, r. For Sheriff. I announce myself a candidate lor the office of Sheriff ol Steele County, subject to the de cision of the Repullcan voters at the Primary election In June. Your support will be ap preciated, and II elected I will serve the pub lic to the best ot my ability. WILLIE J. DKONKN. For Sheriff. I hereby announce mysell a candidate tor Sheriff ol Steele County, N. D., on the Repub lican ticket, subject to the decision ol the voters at the Primary election in June, 1911 Your vote and Irlendly Influence respectlully solicited. M. T. LANGAGER. For Sheriff. I hereby announce mysell a candidate tor the office ol Sheriff ol Steele County, N. Dak., subject to the decision ot the Republican voters at the Primary Election to be held ]n JunelilH. Your vote and Influence respect •fully solicited. 52 H. O. HAAGENSEM For County Judge. 1 hereby announce mysell a candidate lor County Judge ol Steele County, N. D... sub iect to the decision ol the Republican voters at the Primary election to be held the 24th ol June. II elected I shall in honesty and sin cerity serve the public to the best ol my abll lty. P. J. HANSOM. For County Judge. I hereby announce myself a candidate lor re-election to the office ot County Judge ot Steele County, N. D., on the Republican ticket, subject to the decision at the Primary election to be held in June, 1914. Your vote and Influence will be thanklully received. ADAM S. MOOTE For County Treasurer. I hereby announce my candidacy lor Coun ty Treasurer of Steele County on the Regubll can ticket, subject to the decision ot the vot ers at the June, 1914, Primary election. Your vote and your Irlendly support is earnestly solicited. If elected, I will give my best at tention to the office. C. T. ULBERG. For Treasurer. I hereby announce myself a candidate tor the office of Treasurer of Steele County on the Republican ticket, subject to the decision of the Progressive Republican voters at the Pri mary election in June, It elected, I promise to give all my time and best lefforts to the public service. RASMUS I. SIMONSON. 1 For County Treasurer. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate tor the office of County Treasurer of Steele Coun ty on the Republican ticket, subject to the decision of the voters at the Primary Election held in June, 1914. Your votes and influence respectfully solicited. ALVIN P. Box. For Treasurer. 1 hereby announce that I am a candidate lor the nomination on the Republican ticket for the office ot Treasurer ot Steele County. Your support during the campaign and your vote at the Primary Election will be duly ap preciated. 2 B. J. LONG. Superintendent of Schools. 1 hereby announce mysell a candidate for nomination to the office of County Superin tendent of Schools of Steele County on the non-partisan ballot, subject to the cordial consideration of the voters of Steele County at the June Primary. 1 GEO. F. NEWTON. For County Auditor. 1 hereby announce that I am a candidate for re-election to the office of County Auditor, and respectfully ask the support of electors of Steele County. Those who wish to give me the benefit ot their vote at the Primary Election, which will be held June 24th next, must register "Republican" with the Assessor. 1 G. J. MUSTAD. For State Senator. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the renomination of State Senator for theSix teenth Legislative District, comprising the counties of Steele and Griggs, as a Progres sive Republican, subject to the decision'ol the voters at the June Primaries. 2 CHAS. ELLINGSON, For Representative. The undersigned Is a candidate lor nomina tion at the June Primaries on the Republican ballot, as a member of the House of Represen tatives for the Sixteenth Legislative District, and will greatly appreciate the support of those who believe him to be capable of filling that position, should he be elected to same. Respectfully, 2 A. M. BALDWIN. For Representative. 1 hereby announce my candidacy Jfor the Republican nomination as Representative from the 16th Legislative District, subject to the decision of the voters at the June Prima ries. If nominated and elected I shall en deavor to further any legislation that will aid In the moral and material progress ot the state. R. A. LATHROP. Notice to Contractors. T^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the un derslgned will rcelve sealed bids lor grad ing road on section line between Sections 35 and 86, Willow Lake Township, Steele Coun ty, North Dakota. The bids will be opened and contract let at the hour ol 2:00 p. m, on Saturday, June 6th, 1914, at the residence ot Andrew Jacobson, on Section 36, said township. Specifications may be had upon request. The right to reject any or all bids is re served. S. W. JOHNSON, County Commissioner, First District, Steele County, North Dakota. 8-tl3 P. O. Address: Colgate, N. D. Notice to Contractors. TtfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on or before 2:00 o'clock p. m. on Friday, June 12th, 1914, sealed bids wUl be reoelved by the Board of County Commissioners of Steele County, North Dakota, for grading and con struction upon twenty-six miles ot road from Sharon to Hope, according to specifications which will be on file with the County Auditor alter June 6th, 1914. Bids, which are to be addressed to the County Auditor, will be opened at the time hereinbefore specified. As a guarantee ot good faith on the part ot bidder or bidders, that they will enter Into contract and lurnlsh suitable bond to grade and construct such road according to specifi cations, a certified oheck, payable to the County Treasurer, In the amount ol five per cent ol the amount ot bid, will be required to accompany such bid. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated at Sherbrooke, North Dakota, May 19th, 1914., G. J. MUSTAD, 8-tl3 County Auditor. NOTICE. MOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN, That the 11 Board ot Education ot Colgate Special School District ot Steel* County. Stat* ol North Dakota,will meet at a the School (Hen's office, in the Vlllag* ol Colgate, Sttale Ooua North Dakota, on the 9th day ot June, A. 1914, at 2 o'clock P. M., lor, the purpose ot considering a certain Petition dated Oka 4th day ot May, A. D. 1914, andsigtted by. Klrkpatrick and Mrs..P. J. Kb" ins that the following terrltoi ot Section Thirty-one (31), Hundred Forty-five (14ft), Rang* Fifty-four (64), Steele County, State ot North II attached to the said Colgate District tor school purposes. (31), Townshi* One Now, the said Board of Education will steel at the time and place above mentioned to hear reasons, If any why an order should not be Issued attaching the said territory to the said Colgate Special School District, accord ing to the provision ot Section US ot Chapter 286 ot the Laws ol the State ot North Dakota OI1911. Dated at Colgate, this 12th day ol Mar. A.D. 1914. By order ot the Board ot Educatlon-of Col gate Special School Dlstrlot: 8-tl2 I. K. LOCKREM, Clerk. NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that on Wed nesday the 24th day of June, 1914, at the several election precincts, in the County of Steele, State of North Da kata, a primary election' will b'e held, for the purpose of nominating the fol lowing Congressional, State, District and County Officials: CONGRESSIONAL OFFICERS: One candidate to be nominated for each office by each of the following parties: Republican, Democratic, Pro gressive and Socialist. United States Senator. Representative in Congress, First Congressional District. JUDICIARY: Two candidates to be nominated on Non-Partisan Judiciary ballot. Judge of the Supreme Court. STATE OFFICERS: One candidate to be nominated for each office by each of the following parties: Republican, Democratic, Pro gressive and Socialist. Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State. &> State Auditor. State Treasurer. Attorney General. Commissioner of Insurance. Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor. Three candidates to be nominated by each of the following parties: Repub lican, Democratic, Progressive and Socialist. Commissioner of Railroads. SCHOOL OFFICERS Two candidates to be nominated on Non-Partisan school ballot for each of the following offices: State Superintendent of Public In struction. County Superintendent of Schools. LEGISLATIVE. One candidate to be nominated bjr each of the following parties: Repub lican, Democratic, Progressive and Socialist. One member of State Senate, Slxt'een the Legislative District. Three candidates to be nominated by each of the following parties: Repub lican, Democratic, Progressive and Socialist. Three members of the House of Rep resentatives, Sixteenth Legislative Dis trict. COUNTY OFFICERS One candidate to be nominated by each of the following parties: Repub lican. Democratic, Progressive and Socialist Auditor. Treasurer. Sheriff. Clerk of the District Court. States' Attorney. Register of Deeds. County Judge. County Surveyor. Coroner. County Commissioner, Second Dis trict. County Commissioner, Third District. County Commissioner, Fifth District. Justices of the Peace, four for each party. Constables, four for each party. One candidate to be elected In each precinct by each of the following parties: Republican, Democratic, Pro gressive and Socialist. Precinct Committeeman. Which election will be opened at 9 o'clock in the forenoon and remain open till 6 o'clock In the afternoon, of said day, at the following polling places: Newburgh Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. IS. Beaver Creek, at school house on Sec. No. 21. Westfleld Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 10. Sharon Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 29. Eneer Precinct, at Town Hall on Sec. No. 16. Golden Lake Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 11. iFnley Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 8. Franklin Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 23. Primrose Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 2. Sherbrooke Precinct, in Court Rooms, Town of Sherbroke. Easton Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 28. Greenview Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 14. Edendale Precinct, at Town Hall on Sec. No. 22. Huero Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 14. Melrose Precinct, at school house in Town of Blabon. Riverside Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 8. Broadlawn Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 29. Colgate Precinct, in J. E. Knight Building, Town of Colgate. Carpenter Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 26. Willow Lake Precinct, at school house on Sec. No. 29. Village Sharon Precinct, at Commer cial Club Rooms in 2nd story of the store of J. E. Brua on lot 23, block 2, original townslte. Village of Finley Precinct, at Com mercial Club Rooms in second story of store on lot 24, block 24, 1st addition to townslte. City of Hope: First Ward, at old City Hall on lot 12. block 23. Second Ward,' at the hardware etore of J. H. McCollom, on lot 13. block 17. Third Ward, In the City Building on Block 56. Dated at Sherbrooke, North Dakota, this 16th day of May, 1914. (Seal) G. J. MUSTAD. County Auditor. Steele County, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, l„ COUNTY OF N. D. 5-21-Stl STEELS. In District Court, Third Judicial District. Paul P. Boe, Plaintiff, vs. All other Persons Unknown, claiming any Estate or Interest in or Lien or Incum brance upon the property described In the Complaint, Defendants. SUMMONS. The State ot North Dakota to the above named Defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the Complaint in this action and to serve a copy pf your answer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service ot this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day ot such eer vlce and lln case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the r~"~* Complaint. 9 relief demanded In Dated this 17th day ol April, A. D. 1914. F.W.AMES, ,. Plaintiff's Attorney Residence and Post Office Address: Mftyvllllt N. To the above named Defendants: Take notice, that the Complaint In said ac tion was filed with the Clerk ot the District Court of Steele County, North Dakota. On the 28th day ot April. A. D. 1814. and thit tfae action entitled in the foregoing Summons re lates to, and Is to quiet the title to the follow jng described real property, to-wit.: The Northgut Quarter (NEW) ot Section Twenty two (22), in Township One Hundred F01 seven (147), North ol Range Fifty-four (I West ot the Fifth (6th) P. M. B-tia F.'W. AMES, Plaintiff's Attorney.