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Emmons County record. [volume] (Williamsport, D.T. [i.e. N.D.]) 1884-current, November 22, 1906, Image 3

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We Mil Farm* and Ranchea.
We mate Fint-Mortgage Beal-Eatate
We make minus, Final
We make Abstracts of Title.
We
write Fire Insurance.
We furnish Surety Bonds.
We
rent
T-"y**
We
write Deeds.Mortgageeand all
Public.
EDWARD BRADDOCK. PrssMsat,
Mail
CAR
a
O A.
'Blow, Ye Winds of Morning
Blow! Blow!! Blow!!!"
These words, or something like them, are used by the
poet to denote a condition that sometimes exists in the
Northland at this time of the year. But, "What the
deuce do we care, what the deuce do you care" if you
have provided early against discomfort by going to the
Yards and laying in a supply of STORM SASH before
Old Boreas beat* down on you and nips your fingers
while you're putting 'em onf Then, while you're at
the yard, why not lay in your supply of COAL, and order
some of those SLABS or EDOIXOS that corns in so handy
for kindling the firest
O A
Emmons County Land Company.
Loans.
Proof*, Contest*, Protests, Etc
Snyder's Drug Store.
PAINTS, OILS, VABNIBHE8. BRUSHES, WINDOW
other work requiring a Notary
Uaton.
POTTY, WALL PAPER. ETC.. kept in Stock.
Orders carefully and promptly
North Dakota.
Keeps an hand
attended to.
Your patronage Is respectfully solicited. J. F. SNYDER,
Hazelton* N. D.
"Leader" and "Repeater
8M0KELESS POWDER S E S
I Carefully inspected shells, the
Reliability,
velocity
GLASS,
99
best
binations of powder, shot and wadding,
lftad*d by machines which give invariable
multi are responsible for the superiority
of Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater
Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells.
There is no guesswork in
com- g.
loa^ng
tioa are determined by scientific
and practical experiments. Do youshort
them? If not, why not? They ere
THI SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT
them.
.psttern snd^penetra.
AROUND THE STATE.
Foot-ball is the vogue all over the
state.
Sharon recently had the tirst tire
within three years.
The Murphy trial is now in full
swing at Fargo again
There were two wrecks at Leal, on
the Soo, within a week.
Police officials in Fargo have insti
tuted a crusade against truancy.
The explosion of a lamp, a few days
ago, gave Hansboro its first tire.
At Minob a man was arrested for
selling beer from a slaughter-house.
Efforts are being made tj Interest
more people in the use of lignite coal.
The Mirror is after some boys at
Wolford who make nuisancesof them
selves.
The fall rains put the streets of
Wahpeton in bad condition. Come to
Linton.
A good many sheep from Montana
are being fattened in this state for
market.
Del Hawkins, the colored barber
and ex-prize-tighter, lias located at
Valley City.
Some counties voted at the recent
election on the question of stock run
ning at large.
A Great Northern brakeman had
his face badly smashed at Hunter by
being struck by a mail-crane.
A lot of North Dukotans are taking
chances on California again this win
ter, and do not fear the quakes.
It Is said that a Richland county dep
uty sheriff did a hurry-up stunt when
a woman got after hitn with a gun.
United States Marshal Shea, of
Richland county, has been a resident
of this part of the world for thirty
years.
There was a false lire-alarm at La
Moure, and a reward of (10 is offered
for the conviction of the person turn
ing it in.
Judge Goss lias decided that a home
stead entrymanmay remove the build
ings from his claim after his entry lias
been canceled.
Minot officers are on the lookout for
two members of a negro- minstrel
troupe who passed counterfeit money
on a Soo conductor.
A band of robbers attempted to bur
glarize the First State bank at Bow
bells, recently, but were frightened off
by citizens who opened tire.
Chailes Murrell, once in the news
paper business at Washburn, and well
known on the Slope, recently died in
the state hospital at Jamestown.
A Willow City man bargained foi*a
trade of horses, Sunday, but wouldn't
complete the trade because the bar
gain had been made on Sunday.
As one of results of the election
the Cass county fair appropriation is
defeated by the people of the county,
which does not please the Fargo papers.
Some of the people of Bismarck lire
wondering why they should have to
pay $120 for street lights when other
cities are paying less llian half that
price.
Near Bisbee, recently, a Great
Northern train was wrecked and live
cars of grain dumped down an em
bankment fifteen feet high. Cause: a
broken truck.
There was another jail delivery at
La Moure. Two blind-plggers got
thirsty and wandered away. They
wrenched a Tender from the stove and
dug their way to liberty.
There was a tire at Adams in which
Chris Groven's candy store, Iverson's
restaurant, Graville & Co.'s machinery
sheds and Thompson & Swemcon's
poo!-rooms went up in smoke.
The Fargo Call mourns over the fal­
rafe:
WE WANT YOUR WIFE
TO CALL AND LOOK AT OUR
Ranges, Cook Stoves Heaters
OUR STOCK IS OOMPLBTK
In a Few Days We Shall Receive a Carload of Furniture—UP TO DATE AND GOOD For fall plowing use the X-RAY
SULKIES and XX-RAY GANGS. WAGONS and WAGON BOXES, WIND-MILLS and STEEL TOWERS of the best makes
Furniture! Furniture!
The Linton Bazar
ling off in the republican vote in the
eastern counties, because it will cut
down the representation of those
counties in the next convention.
It is said that a Fargo lady nearly
seventy years of age lias a five-dollar
gold piece which was given to her
when she was five years old. She
wants the money burled with her
when she dies.
A pair of foolish boys attempted to
play the Jesse James act near Ken
mare. But gobbyluns in the shape of
peace officers soou captured them and
immured them in a dark, damp and
noisome dungeon.
The Mohall News protests because
The Souris Republican used some
items without credit. Very few ed
itors kick on such things They are
Inclined to regard it as a compliment
that their stuff Is worth stealing.—
Fargo Forum.
M. McBriar, a farmer residing be
tween Jamestown and Valley City,
would have perished in a tire which
destroyed his barn, recently, but for
the timely arrival of liis wife, who
rescued him from the flames.
Barney Kitur, a Great Northern en
gineer residing at Lurimore, was ar
rested in that city, recently, charged
with having embezzled $247 belong
ing to the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen, of which lie was an officer.
Senator Tillman made a speech at
Minot the otiier nigiit, and the people
out there seem to think that it would
fall more pleasingly on southern than
northern ears. The senator is sharply
criticized by Individuals and in the
papers.
The Northern Pacific water-tank at
Sanborn collapsed recently. The tank,
of 50,000 gallons capacity, was full to
the brim. Mr. Gorman, the pumper,
had just shut down ihe engine, and
was standing on the platform when
the tank let go. He started to run,
but was not quick enough to escape a
soaking.
It. J. ussing, superintendent of the
Jamestown exposition to be held next
summer at the site of the landing of
the cavaliers on the Virginia coast in
1906, has issued an invitation to the
state of North Dakota to participate
in the fair. It isexpected that nearly
every state in the union will send ex
hibits, and North Dakota will probab
ly be in line.
The Carrington Independent, in
discussing the question of farm help,
as well as help in the house, says it is
getting to be a grave question for the
farmers of North Dakota. Labor lias
gone up to almost a prohibitory point,
and, unless the farmer has several
sons and daughters at iiome, and old
enough to work, the Independent be
lieves he will have to farm what he
can and let the rest go, as it is doubt
ful whether farmers can afford to pay
$30 to *35 for help for the season, arid
then pay extra help at the rate of 92
to 92.90 per day iu harvest time.
Cavalier county lias the most eccen
tric man In the state in the person of
Sam Lang, who resides on a farm with
his two brothers, about three mi les
south of Milton. Although he Ins
spent nineteen years in plain view of
the town, he has never yet set root
within the corporate limits of Milton.
He came here from Canada with his
parents when a mere boy. He is about
32 years of age, intelligent, well-read
and thrifty. He lias no "grudge"
against Milton, explaining the pecu
liar circumstances by saying that he
never lias any desire to come to town.
A new plate of glass was put in to
the plate glass front of Grinoger
A
Springen's store at May ville, last week,
replacing rhe plate which was mys
teriously broken about a month ago.
On
a
Sunday morning about lOo'clpck,
following
a
couple of gnn reports, it
was discovered that one of the bin
plates had been pierced by a bullet,
the effect of which was tlie gradual
cracking of the glass into numerous
pieces, it was surmised that the shot
had been fired, possibly, at pigeons
roosting on the waterworks tower, and
that a spent bullet had done the mis
chief to the glass front—an expensive
accident for the proprietors. The
identity of the shootist is shrouded in
impenetrable mystery, and until Sher
lock Holmes comes along and takes
the case in hand it will probably re
main so.
Rnwt of tla ConditlM of tkt
LINTON STATE BANK
At Mn I on. In he Mule of North Dakota, lit
the close of business Nov. 12, lUOfj.
KKSOUKUES.
I.oans anil discounts $ 4A.02I ?."•
Overdrafts, secured anil unsecured :Vl.i tut
Warrants, stocks, tax eertlflouUiS,
claims, etc I.uutl :K
ItankliiK house, furniture anil fix
tures a.jni no
Due from other hanks iT.XU l!
Checks lintl other cash
Items Ill :r,
.»sh...... fibrin
Total
Total
HTATK OF NOIITII DAKOTA*
COUNTY or KMMONA,
I. A. W.
SIMS,
14.W7 05
LIABILITIES
«7 o:r»«
Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes oaid ...
Individual ciepost.s subject tocheck
lmec3rtiti: i*. it! i».
Cash on hand at. Iieginnlng of school
year, July 1, 1905. S 7U1 71
Total amount received during the
year from tnc apportionment of
the state tuition fund XW
Total amounj. received during the
year from the apportionment of
the county tuition fund.
Amount received during the year
from taxes levied by the district
school boardJnciudirig
outstanding
warrants redeemed or indorsed in
the collection of taxes I.5H5 31
Total receipts for the year. Includ
ing cash on baud July I. 11P05 7t»
KXl'KNDITrKKf*.
Amount paid during the year for
school-houses, sites and furniture.$ 7 fT» 4."5
Aipount paid during tin* year for
teachers' wages 1.470 uo
Amount paid during the year for
nervices and expenses of school of
ficers •••74 U-J
Amount paid during the year for In
terest of warrants 20 .V
Amount paid during the year for In
cidental expenses
Total expenditures for the year 'JI7 74
Cash on hand June 110, l!*M 0."»
Grand total, expenditures and cash
on hand, to balance above total
receipts 79
Approved this 10th day of July, A. D. VJhi.
By order of the District School lioard.
W. \. BALKS. President.
Attest: W. B. ANDKCS. Clerk.
FREE TO WOMEN
Our handsome catalogue of Women's
Cloaks, Suits and Skirts sent free on
request, showing all the latest stales.
W©'manufacture our goods and sell
direct to customers. Every garment
sent subject to examination.
Write now.
Mall
Blacksmith and Woodworker,
IIAZELTON NORTH DAKOTA.
I hereby respectfully inform the
public that 1 am now prepared to do
work in my line, and will earnestly en
deavor to satisfy those who give me
their patronage.
STOVES!
Gr E
The wealthiest
"To get rich invest
some that we sell.
Carriage Heaters
Horse Ulankets
Fur and i'lusii It "bos
00
500 00
1.740 II
4S.«W
ll,7i»r» h»
$ )7.o:t5 ii
casliier I»F tint ubove-
nami'd hank, do solemnly s\vc ir that the
above statement is true, to the best of my
knowledge and heller. A. W.SIMS.
Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn io before rue this
17th day of November.
L. A. WKATIIEItBV,
Notary I'ubllc. North Dakota.
My commission expires July 14, WW.
*C. VOKLANIKIt
Correct. E. K. AIM'IN, Director*.
Attest: I A.
W.
SIMS.
Treasurer's Report
l'\r
Glanavon School District, No. 4. County
of timmons. State of North Dakota, for
the year 190i-llK!ti
[Republished because of word ••Winona" lie-
In?. by mistake, substituted by the print
er for word "Ulatiavoit" In previous pub
lication.]
KKCEIl'TS.
Window Glass anil Putty
Wilson Hot It last. Healers
Garland Hase Utimcrs
S
Order (ferment Company,
508 Century Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
JOHN PETERSON,
jy If you want^to borrow monej
on your farm,the
will lend it to you
Linton State Han*
If you Want a liuii.linn of
fcO'«
I!
woman in the
in necessities.'
THANKSGIVING
BATES
Fare and a lliuil for the round trip 'hililien hall r.ilrs
to any point on Northern I'aeilir lines Wixron.-ihi. Minne
sota, North Makoia, with inimiiniiin rate of "it) cents.
Tickets on on sale Nov. linai liinil Mcr-inher .'!nl.
MOW. Tickets not good on "Noith ('oast Limited."
world says:
Here are
Weather Slrlps
.Majestic nances
Savory Monsters
Come in and lot us show you these or any
thing else you need in Hardware, Harness, etc.
TRAVIS & ELLIOTT
LI NTON, NolM'l I 1 A1\ TA
I'nivcrsai lire ail Mixers
Soap Sliitiii Griddles
Kevulvinn Chimney Tops
For full information call on
W. E. COLE,
Local Atfent, l.iulon, \. I.
Or Wiit.e.—
A. M. CLEL AND,
.- iener.i: I'asM'iijO'i AgenlV.V'W^
Northern Pacific Railway
St. I'aul, Minnesota
You Can't Live Out of Doors
All of ihe Time. So, of cours",
You Will Want a House
Or, if You Are a BuKinesh 01 I'lofessi'inal Man,
A Store or Offi.ce Building
CONCRETE
and Want the Work Well Done, Call on Hie
Linton Construction Coni| my
Linton Bakery Confectionery
FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES
A-LWA YS KEPT OUST HAND
FRUIT, CIGARS AND TOBACCO
CONTINUALLT IJKT BTOCK,
Extensive Stock of Candies—The Best
or LUMBER

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