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S Bank Talks 1 musmessas The I. hi !i. Hi 'k i& 'ft are So nse ey The\ A l?v the First Bank of Linton Tu Those Who Have No Bank Connections cannot accomplish much in -iiit'^s way without the ser nl a bank. And, when it to tin* question of whether you should have some hank viions, there is only one an Any business will derive benefit from a hank'sservice. A bank is not a luxury for the *ir!i man: that idea is fast disap •tfaring. I he people from all clas nr.- ginning to recognize the ffi]«!• »rn"- of a bank connection. 1 hank helps the small hoy to and the interest paid increas bis savings the farmer is afford •d r. .it iinvenicnce hy the check m! iunit. Kvery individual is tided by one or more of the hank's lepailinents. just as demands iv jyvr I he service that a hank gives tc its customers places within their reach every advantage to carry on financial matters easily. 1: Many persons are timid about opening a bank account because they think their knowledge of I banking is limited, or perhaps they consider their amount of monev too small. lo any such persons we wish to say that the opening of a bank account is very easv: we explain details and make it simple for you. We also encourage any who have small sums to open an ac count. Wc furnish a pass book and checks, and all necessary in struction. hven though you are I not ready to open an account, call **1 the bank and talk it over with Uh FIRST BANK OF LINTON I H. A. CKAIN, President \v. o. IRWIN, Cashier No Trouble to Show Goods. Wc carry everything usualy found in a strictly up-to-date general store. Wc respectfully invite your patron age with the assurance it will be lnlly appreciated. Our prices are always right. Bring us your cream. Leader MENDELOWITZ niK LINTON IIAUDWAUK STORE is now housed in Ms largo sborc-rooin In tin new Lint-on State iiank building, and is bettor than ever prepared to serve its .customers in the lines of Hardware, Harness, Stoves. I'lints, tirocerios, Etc.. Etc. $ We also haw in our employ a tinner and a harness and .saddle maker and repairer. We take Butter and Eggs in Trade SUS. DAFFINRDD Linton, North Dakota. ,^ REPEATING SHOTGUNS strong shooters, strongly made and 'Expensive that you won't be afraid one in any kind of weather. are made 10, 12 FAVORITE or and EMMONS COUNTY i# He id Wis ft •yu 'M "W 1 16 gauge. AMERICAN SPORTSMEN Sold Everywhere. LINTON, NORTH DAKOTA, AROUND THE STATE. A not her etlort is being made to se cure puro water for Kurgo. I'liere were loss Fourth of ,lu!y ac cidents at Fargo this year than usual. North I akota st raw berries seem to have ripened out in uood shape this year. Ilepoits fi-oiu ariiund the state sig nify there is an abundant yield of wild fruit his year. Now that the piimarics are over the question of dividing McLean county will he taken up again. The noxious weed laws are still on the statutes- even if tliev are m-ncr ally diregarded.—Font in. Work is beintr hunied on the gas well at W'esthope, and it. is expeeted to strike oil any clay now. A forty-pound st ur^eon was eaught in the lied river near lVinliina. accord injj to the Pioneer Kxpress. Tiie ('liauliHiijiia season has opeie-d at I 'evils Lake, and there are larger erowds there this year than ever. The IVnnocrats are about to opi state headquarters at Cr.ind Forks, with State Senator Casliel in com mand. it The Mow man County Pioneer has readied the stage where it is necessary for that paper to resort to "all home print." A number of North Dakota sherills attended he meet ihjj of .sheriffs from twenty-one other states in Minneapolis lasi week. The Waul county canvassing board, with over two hundred precinets to conn!, found something of a., propoi tioti on its bands. The editor of the ('ourtenay (iazet te registius a complaint because there are so many canine eoncerts near bis home every night. ParkUiver's postotlice was bur^hd by a ijuarlet of small boys, who se cured $-1 in cash, which bad not been locked up in the safe. A farmer at Rutland set eighteen etfus under a hen. She hatched out nineteen. And now the fanner is trying to tind out which twoare twins. Jud^e Murray and Deputy ori.'c. with two prisoners, made the trip from Minot to Hismarck, a distance of i:,o miles, in less than,seven hours, in an automobile. L. H. ILanna says the stalwart can didates will not take any hand in the Marsball-.lohnson li^ht this fall, and that the stalwart vote will be about equally divided. The devil on The Souris Messenger quit his job to learn the blacksmith int trade. Sometimes there isn't as much difference as mitfht be ex pic led. He was succeeded by a she-devil. U. S. Noah, whose execution for murder has been set for October u::. told .Indue Murray of Minot the other day that he had no desire live and was anxious for the day of his execu ion to roll around. A Sawyer man advertised a team cstrays that he had taken up. Later a st ranker came aloiiK and described the horses, claiming them as his own. and the animals were turned over. Now the real owner has appeared and wants the animals. Uruddoek can almost hear Central's cheery "Number, please," and within a day or two will bj able to talk to theoutside world. Theexchan^e starts out witii twenty subscribers, and that's as many as Grand Forks exxhanjje had twenty-live years a^o A new attorney who recently locat ed at Mott. claimed to have discover ed a chunk of silver quartz while .M rolling through 1 he hills along t.he aononbill river, and tie Pioneer Press at Mott claims to have thechunk on exhibition at its otlic just to sat isfy the doubting Thomases. A policeman at Minot was amsted on complaint of a railroad tireman who charged tlie cop with using un necessary violence in making an ar ic.-t. The tiiemau was arrested for 111 iking a disturbance and claims that while two policemen held him another beat him till he was a bleeding mass. I'pat Fargo town it costs a dollar to ride a bicycle on the sidewalks, ac coidu'.g to the police court, and people who 1 ry it iegu!ariy contribute to the city cash box: but in 'irand Forks, notwithstanding a prohibitive ordi i-ai ce. the bicyclists iide all over ev tryiliing and everybody and even drive pedestrians otT the sidewalk. There's a difference.--' rand Forks Herald. An enforcement league sp'it'er op erating in Ti^li county ui"t his troubles at lil-mcliard. Tiie crowrl these Ixcame sore at him, and when he appeand on the streets decayed lien fi uit as used in a liberal man-' ner. He went to Hillsboro, where an indignant bunch tried to call him from the hotel, lie phoned the .iher ill, who placed him in jail for safe Keeping. There has been a numb.-r of arr-sts in Traill e-nint-y lately I violations of the prohibition law, said to tie the result of the spotter's work. Tiiere is wailing and gnashing of Uc'h among those wdio have laid toemselve.s liai.lc to the vengeance of the law. which says thou shalt not sell THURSDAY, or give away the amber fluid thaiUk cth away men's reason or the bug juice that Incllneth to rl»l and blood shed "(.'hipping In" for a UAZELTON HAPPENINGS. it'rmu tlie Ue|)ulllo in, July wtli.l iss Anna (ieil was at Linton over Monday night, the guest of Miss Mar t: hatu Mr. and Mrs. Hoy I'enuell and two children were down from Bismarck to spend the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. bapman. The range peddlers are said to lie working in the vicinity of Uayton. Mr. Farmer, just ask them to take a load of hay or a few shoats on the deal Fiicnds and neighbors of the popu lar pioneer couple report an enjoyable I lining party at the home or Commis sioner and Mrs. Buchauan Wednesday evening of last week. Sheep raisers in this section have harvested their wool crop and are now ready for market. Prices are consid erably below those of last year, rang ing from hi to 10 cents. Frank 'Joughnour and family are looking forward to the completion of a new dwelling that is in courseof con st ruction. It is to |je 24x:K», two stories lii^h and is to have a basement. F. I Smith, the well-known Burr ')al old-timer, was shaking hands with 11 axel tow friends on the Fourth, behaving recently returned from his visit 1,f nearly a year in Idaho. Mrs. Smith has not yet returned. I.. S. ('bapman is having a well di:i 1 at the rear of his restaurant and has also begun he erection of a barn on the rear end of his Iota. Thus far Mr. and Mrs. Chapman are elated ovi he success of their business ven lire. II. lial/.er is in receipt of a letter from Chris. Winterton staling that each of the family had been ill fur a time after reaching Norway, but that all had recovered. lie lias a barber-simp over there and hopes to make enough out of it to bring wife and babies back to dear old North Da kota. Tiie Sunday school that wasrecently organized in the log school house near II. !. Smith's is progressing nicely. The attendance Sunday was good, con sidering the incleineccy of the weath er. It is to be known as Silver ('reek Sunday .school and will meet at .'I p.m. every Sunday. FCverybitdy, and es pecially the parents of the neighbor hood, are invited to attend and help the work along. If any one thinks strawberries can le be successfully raised In Emmons county he should have seen the box of tine ones Mrs. Martin Appert present ed this oil-ice Friday. They were large, juicy and of excellent flavor. Besides presenting oilier Hazelton friends with generous supplies from her berry patch, Mrs. Appert has preserved sev eral quarts. She asserts that, had ibeie been he protection of trees and shrubs years ago that most farms now have, strawljerries would be common here now. hinal.Proofs Mad*. The following final proofs were made recently. The first named is the claim ini: the others, witnesses: Before Carley— Kale Pdbdlecoinb. S hf of jr and hf of se jr :il-l.'W-76. Rudolph Stel Hug and eo. K. Middleton. Rudolph st ell 1! ug. hfofn grand qr of 11 qr :52-130-78 and qr of ill-inn- *. John Biddlecomb and iticliard Wilkinson. Marriage Ucmum. The following marriage licenses issued by .1 udge Oarley laat Sat urday: Christian Opp of Haielton and jus 1 a llelfenstein of Livona. 1 leinrich Esch and Katie Heifen stein, IXJtb of Hazelton. 13S" Twenty per cent hats at the discount on JULY li. 190S. keg, case or jug has been a favorite way of secur ing he coveted poison, but it is a haz ardous proposion. The law doesn't ap pr'"Ye or it. and the fellow who han dles 1 he chips may be called to account any old time. "Killing a Dutchman" is not as murderous as It sounds, but may be unlawful, neverthelew, and justice is blind—stone blind, when It Comes to monkeying with the law of all iaws in North Dakota. Therefore we advise the thirsty to drink water. It answers the purpose quite well. oil save money, avoid trouble aud pi'i serve your self-respect. Water used even internally is quite harmless. It dor.snt take away your cents or your senses and it doesn't put spotters on y.air scent to worry you. By the way, the spotter may bj most contemptible in van eyes, but when lie becomes a part o| the machinery of law you have to reckon with liitn if you are the least hit irregular in your handling of the "red eye." Those who'find themselves in trouble for dipping in are Will tsgrigg, Harold Anderson ami K. Strand, or this city and 'Cige Lashway of Mayvilie.—Grand Forks Herald.« "I'troiii all Ladies' Furoishiog Store, of which Miss Stella Smith wm for* mei ly proprietress. ,XV BRADDOCK BREVITIES. 111.' Friday of last week the Misses Anna, Eva and Ada llulburt. sisters of Mrs. Warren Mandigo and cousins of Clifford Stlckney. arrived from Sut ton, Canada, and will make anext end ed visit. The girls spent their vaca tion here last summer and made many friends, who are glad to have them return. Workmen are just completing a stone foundation and a -"-foot steeple for the Swedish Lutheran denomina tion near (ioose lake. When rum pleted the church will be the hand somest aud best appointed church structure in Emmons county, and the members of the congregation are he congratulated for for their enterprise and liberality. Some Christian temperance workers have again got busy with food •overn or Burke, and Emmons county, so fat as Braddock, Hazelton aud Linton are concerned, is dry as the Ieseit of Sa hara. About the only difference it makes Is that the man who formerly dropped Into a saloon and drank a glass of beer or malt, as the case might lie, will now ship It in by the case or bar rel. At a meeting of tiie stockholders of the farmers' elevator held in this city yesterday afternoon it was learned that f4,ooo had been subscribed and part of that sum paid in to Temporary Treasurer Doerschlag. John J. Ityan. II. W. Allen. Wm. Baxter, Floyd Bier and Joiiti Boline were appointed a committee on incorporation, with in structions to push the matter through without delay. No trouble or delay in securing a charter and building site are anticipated. There have been some minor acci dents about town this week. J. M. Wirth. of the Braddock Meat Market, cut a small steak off the end of his left thumb W. L. Morgan wasdiiving a nail, and in order to start it well, so that he could draw his left hand from across the danger line, he struck with all his strength and—caught his left thumb with the hammer. It looks bad, but he insists that it "doesn't I hurt a bit." Frank Mines was settinu up a binder when a bar slipped and the back of the little linger of the right hand, coming in contact with a sharp casting, was laid open to Un bone from the hand to the joint. All cripples are on duty. Some Pertinent Questions. The editor of the Record is prepared to prove that (i. A. Herol/., alt-r promising Michael Kaumgartncr that lie would support his candidacy for treasurer in the coming campaign, said to others that lie would .support the republican ticket which, of course, meant opposition to Mr. liintu Kartner. Now, which was the true assertion, (iust.avus- For once, come out aud let the people know where you stand. You told—aud it can im proved -during the leant primary campaign -several people opposed to resubmission that you would vote against it if you went to iiisuiarck. You told many (ierinans that you would vote''just as Strecter did" on that question. Now, why not come out and tell lie people, just, for once, how you stand on this i|ue.stion? They have never—during his twenty-live years publication of a paper in tlii.s county—had any doubt as to where the Record man lias stood on any pub lic question. It is their right to know where a candidate stands on public matters. We now ask you two 'jues tlous: Are you for the present blind-pig system, or for the licensed saloon.' I)o you intend to vote for the repub lican candidates—Jones. Wittmaycr, Naramore and (Jell— at the coming election, or 'or the democratic no in litees? It is a fair question. The can didates 011 bot tickets are entitled to know where you stand in this partic ular? The columns of the Record are wide open to you for a reply to these |iie.s tious. Dieting For Kheiimatlam. diet In the treatment of iheiuna Usui is three-fourt lis of the battle. Avoid red meats, beef especially: sweets and starchy foods. Kat acid' fruits, spinach, tomatoes and salads freely. Drink a good natural spring sulphur water and do not touch spirituous liquors, ale or wine. Wear red flannel next the skin the year around—a lighter weight in summer, of course—but do not lay It otr at any season. -Kx. Wanted. A man and wife to work on ranch, beginning not later than Sept 1st. For further Information call on or ad dress Wm. Macmkkh. Kmmonsburg. tar Linton State liank has real estate money to loan on good farm land, Improved, live years, annual in terest, with privilege of paying tiuo. or any multiple thereof, on any interest-paying date. I News, July lU Haying in the Brad dock district is in full swing. Help is rather varce, however, and uien are receiving *to per month aud board. RECORD. Double- Stag^fM'd An- Spare I- IIO-.-l'Ki 1! I KOS I-PkOt H- INI'I'M lilt I »i i- I Unless yon are financially able lo throw money away, tind out what il's ^oingtocost after you have p.iid He agent his price. Don't st-jek widi a car that costs as mueh to keep a year as yon paid for it. K'.iiiiine price list a# repair parts if possdd- There's where a l-ord buyer is s.'tle' nobody, not even compel ilor.s, viff-i any more at ord claims. Wc have proveH too conclusively that, in addi tion to selling a runabout for y.no that 's as well built as any I,-mo car made, the car can be driven l-y 111 most inexperienced operator, al a lower up-keepcost than any othi.r.car, regardless of price. Do you think it's too strong .' W II, we have |n,ono |-ord owners t,( back it up. I here are -.everal in your neighborhood ask them and Ac will abide by their decision, .. JI.50 PKU A If, IN ADVANCE The Greatest Building Material Miracle mu A 1 TV Ml* 'I'nA I iimotnrit IhnMm/u COQcrete BuildiuR- Are You Going to iii'mh, K. MAKTIN. Pit N"iili 1 ikuta, A W M-. 'iiOilrr. LINTON STATE BANK Capit.il, $15,000.00 Surplus, $ 4,500.00 I Solicits Your Account. nient,, he Itest, l-'aeilit ie.s, and t'nnsistent will, 1 YOU oioil.H.inUiiiL'. Model "S' Roadster, $750 Many a man has hou^hi hi.s 1 ,ir 111 -1 then •[one broke running it. I he only men wdio caii afford 7"i per 1 1.1 of lie: various makes of ears sold to-day are men of independent lie- in1-. I Blocks. Mi 'IS I I 'Klvi'KOOF Vi- KM I l'l( »l INK XI'KNSIVK Build? 11 yon are gointf to build a More, a home, .1 l.aru. or a I'Uil.liiiH of .my Kind whatever, you will do as others do, I- ndt-avor (o lind the best building in.itrrial and t|ir """diods ot eoiisipu Uott within your means, or within a Jlctiiiite .iiiioimi money, I hope, tht-rrforr, t,, have the privilege ,.| lignt'iu^ with vou, .md th.it you will specify my tdoi in tl,,- obstruction ot your bnilding. LINTON CEMENT WORKS Vottl.ANtRK.VU'e l'rt)*. We XTer Courteous Treat- Most l.llM-ral Accomodations A Mr. l-ord said, --I wanted in.ike a 1 ,r that a m.in ,111 Ot a salary ML'iiOor I a yearean afford FORD MOTOR COMPANY. F. B. IRVINE. Solicitor. Linton, North Dakota. to own." and that's just exactly what lc did, and two-thirds of the l-'ord ear- in useto-ilay are owned by men on a Salary men wlio have found that a lord was cheaper than a horse, l.eaper Mian strret c,,rs a ml railroads. know yon woulii like to own a ar. I'erhaps you think you cannot a'ford it. It that's the case just call al oor garage and see for yourself how good a ar 'an be secured at a ry low price, and how economically !h.it car 1 an be mamta iwd. Ask to lie shown the I'.Ml* Model •'.'s lo,-ulster a |."i h. p. -t-cylinder i-'imbb- seat, powerful, rfficieid car id handsome design a iHr possessing hie popular features of the highest pri' -'d car hen tiler's the world-famous Model Kunabout, lo.liooof which were r.»"M in IU07 VMHt I he Model "5" Kuimbout, l-cyhii 'ler, I ., h. p., dejx'iidahie and power t7oo Bilking Perfection jmnsihik only with tin „11 Flour. Hrm-r, to g,'t bt'xt tinrl certain rr a SNOW WHITE brand Flour. Its /m- 11 hj 11n.1l excellence in every re- liiire been proven so munij 11 mi k. in so many ways, that you trill ml mintage yourself by til u-ttys 011/fling SM)W WHITE FLOt'It LINTON Hf\ZELTON Lf\ND COMPANY Uj'ji -rx in /.: iihiii tintI Hazelton Large t.ist of 1111//rori'tl nntl I 11 111 fjroretl J.a nil ft. «.•//so, tie si in hi i' It'n ut-it f.s:. Irirfs from $S to $'Jii per acre H're t's a enll hrjnir uon //it rrlmse. I.untl shown free of rhar$r. it-ItrtJirr or. not. ifou buy Apply to L. DU Heaume, Linton, N. D.