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&' V-n4% tf' 1 t?\ r. 1 fVh 4Vs?, .*',%. %'/j £fc Jr 1 'ft v,f •4 Vx & ltH 1 Sv B-- ^5 •n. •j 1 AaweeemweewievetBiw jeitoimeiweewweMwWOteieAWMa THURSDAY, MAY 11th, 1022 The Republican administration came into authority in March, 1921, pledged to put more business in government and to have less of government in business. That pledge has been lib erally redeemed. One of the first things which the Republican adminis tration did was to impress upon business interests that it was up to them to become self-reliant if they wished to become self-sustaining that they must begin to work out their own salvation instead of runuing to the Government for artificial stimulus. Legislation has been enacted wherever it could prove helpful, but it has not been permitted to take the place of individual energy and thrift. Simultaneously with the elimina tion of Government in business there was an injection of business in Gov ernment. Perhaps what will go down as one of the greatest pieces of con structive legislation of the last half century was the enactment of a law creating a Budget Bureau, which made it not only possible but man datory for the first time in the his tory of the United States Government to conduct the Government's business in an orderly manner. It is largely due to the inauguration of this bud get system that the daily operating expenses of the Government have been reduced in the aggregate over ?2,000,000 a day under this adminis tration. The business interests of the coun try were given consideration in the enactment of the new tax measure. Surtaxes were decreased, excess profits taxes were abolished altogether, and the shipping interests of the United Stats—which include practically every business and industry—were relieved from the burdensome transportation taxes that were levied upon freight, express and passenger traffic. The Edge Act to facilitate the or ganization of corporations to promote exports was amended in order to ren der needed assistance to business in terests endeavoring to expand Amer ica's markets in foreign countries, thereby increasing production and employment at home. Sterilizing Instruments. After trying many plans, I believe that the best way to sterilize delicate cutting instruments is to lay them in pure carbolic acid for ten minutes, then rinse them off in sterile water, place them in 95 per cent alcohol for 15 minutes, and finally lay them in a tray of sterile water, writes Dr .Edwin B. Miller, assistant professor of opthal mology in the University of Pennsyl vania in an article in the New York Medical Journal. In the bottom of each tray there should be a sterile gauze pad. They are then laid out on a table covered with a sterile sheet in the order in which they are to be used In the operation. This saves confusion and aids the assistant to pick up quick ly the needed instrument. They are then covered with a sterile towel until tlie surgeon is ready to use them. rr This Paint is Made for Painting Floors A paint may be good, but still not good enough for floors. You may have found that out yourself. However, when you use a paint made especially for painting floors, you're sure to be delighted with the result Lowe Brothers Hard Drying Floor Paint is made for painting floors. Contains extra tough var nish that stands up under the severs treatment all floors get. Ifs called Hard Drying because it's just that. Dries hard quickly and stays hard. Easy to apply easy to keep clean. Wears and wears. Come in and see the sample panels and ask for literature. Administration Puts Business in Government Encourages Individual Initiative, Estab lishes Budget System, Reduces Oner ous Taxes, Restores Public Confi dence and Stands for Sane Policies I. S. REPRESENTATIVE HOSIER P. SNIDER (NEW l'ORK) KING & SMITH Hope, N. Dak. 33sl By rendering assistance to the agri cultural sections the Congress kept alive the buying power of over half the nation's population. This aid, al though extended directly to agricul ture, was of vital importance to busi ness. Although no act of Congress figured in the process, nevertheless, the in fluences of the Republican adminis tration, of which the Congress is a part, gave such confidence to the business world that within a year from tha» time the Republican party took control of all branches of the Government prices of practically all sound securities advanced materially. The most outstanding example, of this is the increase of 15 per cent, in the value of ?18,000,000,000 worth of out standing Liberty bonds. As another reflex of the influence of the Republican administration, inter est rates have been lowered from 7 per cent, to 4% within 12 months, thus releasing money at a reasonable rate for the use of business interests. No one has the temerity to deny that business conditions today, compared with a year ago, are not infinitely bet ter and that prospects are undoubted ly for further improvement. There is no other explanation for this trans formation in the business world ex cept the 12 months' application of Re publican policies and the certain •knowledge throughout the business world that the influences and policies of the Republican Party, which will direct the affairs of the nation for the next two years, are constructive in fluences that make for accumulation rather than waste, assist legitimate ac tivities, stand four-squared for the pro tection of capital and labor and stand equally firm against the fallacious theories of Communism and Social ism. In brief, the commercial optimism with which the people of all classes in the United States face the coming year must be wholly attributed to the fact that all branches of the Govern ment of the United States are now in control of the Republican Party. Fuses Prevent Fires. When an electric current flowfe through a wire it makes the wire warm, explains Popular Science. Dif ferent materials resist the flow to dif ferent extents and are accordingly heated to different degrees. Fuse wire Is made of an alloy containing a large proportion of lead, which gets very warm when large currents pass through it. Furthermore, since this alloy melts easily, the current, if large enough, may cause the fuse wire to melt. Wherever current is being consumed in the house or factory, a piece of fuse wire is put somewhere in the circuit. If through accident or design too much current should be used, tlie fuse wire will melt, or, as is usually. described, "blow," and stop the flow of current before the copper wire Inside the walls can heat up and set fire to the house. THE HOPE PIONEER PARISH SCHOOLS SOLVE PROBLEM Lutheran Body^Maintains 1,274 Day Schools Combining Reli gious and Secular Instruction. MILLION DOLLAR SEMINARY New Building on 71 Acre Tract to Provide for 800 Theological Stu dents From 11 Preparatory Schools, When on April 16 of this year the Synod of Missouri, Ohio and other states celebrates Its seventy-fifth anni versary, this Lutheran church body may look back upon three-quarters of a century of extensive and Intensive educational work. No sooner had the pioneers of this Synod located in the virgin timber of Missouri when they laid the logs for their first "Concordia College," and the children of these fathers-have sought to emulate that spirit Parish School 8y*tem The problem of giving to children week-day religious Instruction, which many non-Lutheran bodies are trying to solve today, has long been solved in the Missouri Synod by Its extensive Week-day parish school system. While the members of this body believe that the state must establish and maintain the public school, they believe that the children of the church ought to be given what the public school can not offer them, namely, daily-religious training In the school. At great ex pense the Missouri Synod maintains THE FIRST COLLEGE its system of parish scboola for this sole purpose. It gives full/courses in all secular branches and strives to make of its children good and useful cltlzena. Old buildings are being re placed by new, modern and well equipped schools. At Its normal schools, which are accredited, by the respective states, the Missouri Synod by a six years' course prepares its teachers, male and female, tor the work In its church schools. At the present time 72,895 children, are be ing instructed in 1,274 schools. It Is an interesting fact that 1,800 male teach ers are engaged on the teaching force of these schools. Old 8eminary Too Small It may sound queer that a church body graduating upward of 150 theo logical students Into the ministry ev ery year nevertheless is experiencing a pronounced shortage of workers, but that is the case with the Missouri Synod. This shortage has continued for many years and determined .ef forts are being made to solve this problem. As a result the number of students sent to the Theological Sem inary in St. Louis from the eleven preparatory schools has become so great as to necessitate larger build ings. For the scholastic year 1921 1922 close to 430 students were en tered at this one seminary, besides 180 at the seminary in Springfield, III. Accordingly a new million dollar sem inary is to be erected in St. Louis. A tract of seventy-one acres opposite Forest Park has been purchased, and the new buildings are expected to be Beady for occupancy by the fall of 1924. Last autumn the enrollment of the new students at the preparatory schools was so heavy that one Insti tution had to turn students away- and others are overcrowded. New Appropriations Necessary In October of last year a new pre paratory school was opened In Edmoh ton, Alberta, Canada, and whereas no new colleges are to be founded the delegates to the tri-ennlal convention of the Missouri Synod dn 1923 will be forced to grapple with the problem of enlarging the educational institu tions sufficiently to harbor all the boys and girls seeking to avail themselves of acquiring an education under Chris tian influences or of preparing them selves for the preaching and teaching professions. In 1920 appropriations were made to enlarge the preparatory school and theoflogical seminary in Porto Alegre, Brazil, and the Luther ans of South America are now ex pected to supply their own needs with out drawing on the number of candi dates available for the ministry in this country. The present officials of the Missouri Synod are: The Rev. F. Pfotenhauer, D. D., of Chicago, president the Rev. F. Brand of St. Louis, first vice president the Rev. J. W. Miller of Fort Wayne, second vice president the Rev. O. A. Rerntlial of San Francisco, third vice president the Rev. H. P. Eckhart of Pittsburgh, fourth vice president the Rev. M. F. Kretzmann of Kendall ville, Ind.. secretary Mr. E. Seuel of St. Louis, treasurer. These, together with the Rev. Wlliinm Hagen, Messrs. Benjamlne Bosse, Henry- W. Horst and Fred Prlt/.laff, constitute Synod's Board of Directors. x' $\ 'Vs-^V j. J 'JK 1 No. M* Report of the oondltloa of The Luverne State Btuik at Luverne, tn the State of North Dakota at the close of business May,6, 1922. RESOURCES .. VSS8 Loans and discounts— .-$265,137.84 Overdrafts, Becured and un secured 343.26 Warrants, stocks, .tax certif icates, claims, etc. 7,217.40 Government issues 298.65 Banking house, furniture and fixtures —... 6,250.00 Other real estate 6,656.92 Checks and other cash itsp items —$ 229.71 Cash and due from oth er banks 16,065.12 16,284.83 Total.. ...*301,188.40 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in... ..$ 25,000.00 Surplus fund 3,500.00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid..' 5,375.71 Individual its subject to check. $39,207.21 Guarantee fund deposit 1,069.5b Time certificates of de posit 150,248.22 Cashier's checks out- *v standing 956.66 191,480.64 Advances by War Finance Corp. 36,000.00 Bills payable 40,000.00 Reserve for taxes i...... 832.05 Total.... .$301,188.40 STATE) or NORTH DAKOTA County of Steele, as I, W. B. Cheshire, cashier of the above named bank, do -solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. B. CHESHIRE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of May, 1922. y? R. W. SMITHBERQER, (SEAL) Notary PubUo. Correct. Attest: •T. D. Brown. M. B. Casssll. Directors. No. 645 Report of the Condition of THE BLABON STATE BANK at Blabon. in the state of North Dakota, at the close of business May 6,1922. RESOURCES Loans and discounts $163,858.48 Overdrafts, secured and un secured 582.77 Warrants, stocks, tax certif icates, claims, etc 3,734.05 Government issues 145.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 4,000.00 Other real estate 7,726.65 Current expenses, taxes paid, over undivided profits 799.05 Checks and other cash items $ 100.00 Cash and .due from other banks _r 6,221.28 6,321.28 Total $187,167.28 LIABILITIES Capital stock' paid in $ 20, Surplus fund 3, Reserved for taxes Individual its subject to check ..$31,102.20 Guarantee fund deposit 467.15 Demand certificates of deposit ... 194.82• Time certificates of de posit 47,133.81 78 Bills payable 65 Borrowed from War Finance Corporation Total——1..^ .$187,167. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Steele, ss: I, L. E. Sell, Cashier of the above nam ed bank, do solemly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. aV L. E. SELL, Cashier. Subscribed and-, sworn., to before me this 9th day of .May, 1922. ANNA B. SWANSON, Notary Public. Correct. Attest:— J. D. Brown ... M. B. Cassell, Director's Charter No. 8396 neitrve District No. Report of thi Condition of The Hope National Bank at Hope. In the state of North Dakota, at the close of business May 5,1922. RESOURCES Loans and discounts. .- $212,603.11 Overdrafts, unsecured,.^ 385.3" U. S. Government securities owned: v.: Deposited to secure cir culatlon .-,..$60,000.00 All other U. S. Govt. securities .(Including premiums, if any) 196.82 50,196.82 Other„.bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: 12,563.73 Banking house, $6,600," furniture and fixtures, $2,600.00 •,200.00 Real estate owned other than banking house 14,200.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 6,241.31 Cash vault and amount due from national banks 7,701.36 Checks on other banks In same city or town as reporting bank '30.48 Total of above two Items $7,731.84 Checks and drafts on batiks (including Fed-) eral Reserve Bank) lo cated outside of city or town of reporting bank $ 48.10 Miscellaneous cash items 141.30 189.40 Redemption fund with V. 8. Treasurer, and due from U. S. Treasurer 2,600.00 Total $316,811.58 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $ 60.000. Surplus fund 10.000 00 Undivided prof- xv.wuv.yy its..: $13,606.67 Reserved for A interest and a a crued 225.46 $13,832.13 Less current ex penses. inter est and taxes _.Pa,d 6,188.45 7,643... Circulating notes outstanding— 80,000.00 Cashier checks on own bank outstanding iic gn Demand deposits (other"than -bank deposits) subject to re serve (deposits payable with- In *0 days): Individual deposits subject to check 4i j*70 so Certificates of deposit due in less than 10 days (other than for money borrowed) 671 ot Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject .to, reserve' $43,241 90 subject to reserve Certificates of deposit (other borrowed)— 77,599.33 Other time deposits ... n« Total" T. .« *1 ±m—Sm .000.00 000.00 269.30 ,897.98 000.00 20,000.00 71 Total of time deposits subject to reserve -$77,716.04 Bills payable (Including all obll gatlons representing money borrowed other than redis counts 63.000.00 dorsement of this bank 12,793.06 $315,811, .68 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA County of Steele, ss. W- Moores. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that above statement la true to the best my knowledge and belief. c. W. MOORB8 the of Subscribed and sworn to befotST'iM this 10th day of May, 1922. In old England even before Ire land began making the welkin ring 'with appeals rof home rule and free dom and the blood of Lloyd George, a youngster was born. S&2& 1 'i" Si -v 'l-^ -fc itr'J Charter No. Mtt Reserve District Ne. Report of the condition of The First National Bank at Hope, in the state of North Dakota, at the close of business May 5,1922. RESOURCES Loans and discounts.— .$262,169.69 Overdrafts ... None U. S. Government securities .owned: Deposited to secure circulation 60,000.00 Other bonds, stooka, securities, etc.: 24,710.96 Banking house, $8,205.06 fur niture and fixtures, $2,993.42. 11,198.48 Real estate owned other than banking house 16,000.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .8,970.63 Cash In vault and amount due from national banks 1,738.16 Checks on other banks in same city or town as reporting bank 323.97 Total of above two items, $2,062.13 Checks and drafts- on banks (including Fed-) eral Roserve Bank) 10- si-ri.-*1.'lii?.-" --r cated outside of City or town of reporting bank $150.30 Miscellaneous cash Items 161.87 312.17 Redemption fund, with U. 8. Treasurer and due° from U. S. Treasurer 2,600.00 Total ..... $377,923.96 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 9 60,000.00 Surplus fund 10,000.00 Undivided profits $7,690.40 Less current expenses, interest and tans paid 7,534.21 156.19 Circulating notesvoutstanding.. 50,000.00 Amount due to State banks, bankers, and -trust compan ies in the United States and foreign countries. 1,832.73 Certified checks outstanding 25.00 Cashier's checks on. own bank outstanding 150.00 Total, of above three items $2,007.73 Demand deposit's subject to re serve: Individual deposits ''subject to check .: 62,394.44 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) 20,989.92 Total, of demand de posits, (other than bank deposits) sub ject to reserve $83,384.36 Time deposits subject to reserve: Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed)... 136,691.85 Total of time deposits subject to reserve $136,691.85 Bills payable (including all obll gatlons representing money 7. borrowed other than redis counts) 30,000.00 Notes and bills rediscounted, in cluding acceptances of other 1 1 banks, and foreign bills of ex change or drafts sold with in dorsement of this "bank 15,683.83 Total $377,923.96 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA County of Steele, ss: I, K. W. Haviland. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. K. W. HAVILAND. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day Of May, 1922. MILTON SWANSTON Notary Public. Correct—Attest: J. D. Brown "1 M. R. Camell. 3. H. McCollom, Directors. POUTICM ADVERTISEMENTS All political advertisements are charged at legal rates and most be paid for In advance. TO THE VOTERS OF THE SIXTEENTH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT: Having been endorsed by the Independ ent Republican' Convention of the Six teenth Legislative ..District, we, the un dersigned. hereby submit OUr several can didacies for members of the State Legis lature on the Republican ticket. If elected, we pledge our best efforts In the interest of an economical and efficient state government. We pledge our 'support to the present Independent State Administration and en dorse the platform adopted by the Repub lican State Convention.' We respectfully ask the support of the Republican electors at the June primary election. For State Senator W. H. BUTLER For Representatives: 3""s C. S. SHIPPY SEAL) Notary Publlo Correct—Attest: "!. 8, 'Monroe, J. 8. Palfrey. Ferd Orams. Directors. ALBERT I. JOHNSON E. A. ERICKCON, J. A. CARLSON FOR SHERIFF OF STEELE CO. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Steele County and ear nestly solicit your support and vote at the Primary and general election. OSCAR JOHNSON Hope, No. Dak- FOR COUNTY AUDITOR To the Voters of Steele County: I here by announce my canidacy for the ofiice of County Auditor of Steele County and will appreciate your vote and support at the Primary Election. LOTD ORSER Colgate, N. D. TO THE VOTERS OF STEELE COUNTY I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of sheriff of Steele county, and I shall appreciate your support and suffrage at the primary and general elections to be held this year. P. F. ORN, 2-9 Flnley, North Dakota FOR COUNTY JUDGE To The Voters of Steele County: I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Judge of Steele County, and I shall appreciate your support and suffrage at the primary and general elec tions to be held this year. C. J. NASH, 2-23 Flnley, N. Dak. TO THE VOTERS OF STEELE COUNTY I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office ot County Judge for Steele County, N. D., and will be thankful for your support at the elections. Yours truly, 3-2 50 ADAM S. MOOTE FOR COUNTY JUDGE I hereby announce my candidacy for County Judge of -Steele County and re spectfully solicit your support at the June primary. Sincerely yours. ANDREW NELSON, Sharon, N. D. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS To the Voters of Steele County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds for Steele County. Your support and suffrage at the coming elections will be truly ap preciated. GILBERT A. ENGEN, 6-9 61 Flnley, N. Dak. FOR SHERIFF OF STEELE COUNTY I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Steele County and earn estly solicit your support and vote at the Primary and general elections. SANFORD ANDERSON Flnley, No. Dak. FOR COUNTY JUDGE I hereby announce myself a candidate for County Judge of Steele Count* and shall appreciate your vote and support at the primary and general elections. JOHN E. TORKELSON 81 Flnley, N. Dak. FOR CLERK OF COURT This is to announce that 1 am a candi date for the office of Clerk of the District Court in and for Steele Co., N. D. Your vote and support at the coming elections will be highly appreciated. Li" 4 Vj tr S r- '\#-&r4,-*k FOR COUNTY TREASURER I hereby announce that am a candidate for Treasurer of Steele County and will appreciate your vote and support In the coming primary election. ED. KOE, 3-23 Flnley, No. Dak. FOR AUDITOR I hereby announce my candidacy for Auditor of Steele- County and. respectfully solicit your vote and support. S-13t S. V. ANDERSON. Plckert ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of States Attorney for Steele County and I respectfully solicit the support of its voters at the primary and general elections to be held this year. Sincerely youra, 3-23 ELMER T. MELDAHL TO THE VOTERS OF STEELE COUNTY I am a candidate for the office of. sheriff of Steele County, and I respectfuU$sioUolt your support at the primary electlota in June. Sincerely yours, G. N. GRIMSON, 2-9 Flnley, North'Dakota FOR CLERK OF COURT I hereby announce myself for re-election to the office of Clerk of the District Court of Steele County, North Dakota, subject to. the decision at the primary election in June, 1922, and respectfully solicit your vote and support. Mm Respectrully, 1 M. J. MICKELSON I hereby announce my candidacy tor the ofiice of Register of D^eds for Steele County and respectfully solicit your vote and support at the Primary election THOS. SIMONSON Finley, N. Dak. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT I hereby. announct my candidacy for reelection to the office of county Super intendent of Steele County. Your sup-* port and vote at the coming elections^ will be appreciated. AAGOT RAAEN FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT To the voters of Steele County: I hereby announce my candidacy for the Office of county superintendent for Steele County and I. respectfully solicit the sup port of its voters at the primary and gen eral elections to be' held this year. AAGOTH FOSMARK, Finley North Dak. COUNTY AUDITOR FOR RE-ELECTION This is to announce that I am a candi date for re-election, and I respectfully ask your support again. G. J. MUSTAD FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS I hereby- announce my candidacy for the office of Register of Deeds of Steele County, subject to the wishes of the vot ers at the coming elections. Your ifiite and support will be highly appreciated. ANNA A. GILBERTSON REGISTER OF DEEDS I hereby announe my candidacy for Reg ister of Deeds for Steele County and 1 respectfully solicit your support at the primary election to be held this year. EMIL HAGEN. j»- Portland, N. D. FOR CLERK OF COURT I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the ofiice of Clerk of Court in and for the County of Steele N. D. Yout. vote and support at the coming elections" will be appreciated. D. W. VADNIE BIDS FOR ROAD WORK A meeting of the Supervisors of Colgate township will be held on Saturday, May 13 1922, at Colgate, N. D., for the purpose of receiving bids on the contract road work to be .done ih the above mentioned town- ,-v ship, for the season of 1922. Plans and specifications are on file with the clerk. Bids will be received until 2:30 p. m. on the day of meeting. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Board. Dated at Colgate, N. D., May 1, 1922. E. H. BADGER, 4-' Clerk NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of Thomas Sussex, Deceased.' Notice is hereby given by the under Signed, Emma B, Sussex, Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Thomas Sussex, .late of the Township of Carpen ter, In the County of Steele and Stataof North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to said Executrix .at the office of C. S. Shippy, in the City of Hope, in said Steele County, North Dakota. Dated April 24, 1922 EMMA B. SUSSEX, Executrix of Last Will and Testam«tt of Thomas Sussex, Deceased. C. S. SHIPPY, Attorney for Executrix Hope, N. D. 5ti First publication on 27th day of April 1922 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given, by the under signed, Rachel McCullotlgh, Administra trix of the Estate of John McCullough, late of the Township of Carpenter in the County of Steele and State of North kota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having clains against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the'nec essary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to said Administratrix, at the office of C. S. JShippy, in the City of Hope, in said Steele County. Dated at Hope, N. D., April H. 1922. RACHEL McCULLOUGH Administratrix of the Estate of John McCullough, Deceased. First publication on the 13th. day of April 1922. -6tl. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA County of Steele, ss. In County Court, before Hon. Adam S. Moote, Judge. In the matter of the estate of Eden S. Day, otherwise called Eden S. Boothroyd. Charles W. Moores, Petitioner, vs. Olive Shaw, Mary, Alice Tiffany, Eli Chap pel, Louie Tiffany,'Fred Chappel, Lucy Chappell, Gerty Chappell and Arthur Chappell, and all persons Interested in the estate of said Deceased, ... Respondents CITATION AND NOTICE HEARING PROOF OF WILL THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, to the above named Respondents and all per sons interested In the Estate of said Eden S. Day, otherwise called Eden S. Boothroyd, Deceased: You, and each of you, are-hereby notl'-i fled that Charles W. Moores, the petition er herein has filed In this Court a docu ment In- writing, purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Eden 3. Day, otherwise called Eden 8. Boothroyd, late of the City of Hope, In the County of Steele, and State of 'North Dakota, de ceased, with his petition, praying .for the admission to probate of said document as the Last Will and Testament of said deceased, and for the issuance to himself a a a that the said petition and the proofs oJiM said purported Will and Testament will be heard and duly considered by .this Court on Saturday, the 20th. day of May, A. D. 1922, at 11 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, at the Court Rooms \jf this Court, In,the First National Bank Build ing, in the Village of Flnley, in the said County ot Steele and State of North Dakota, and You, and each of you,, are hereby cited to be and appear before- this Court at said-time and place and answer said peti tion, and show cause, if any there be. Fwhy Respectfully H. E. BILDEN 6-4 8t Flnley, N. Dak. the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Dated the 8th. day April, A., D. 1922 By the Court, Seal ADAM 8. MOOTS Judge of said County Court C. S. Shippy, Attorney .for Petitioner, 1A- Hope, N. D. 4-itl.