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26TTI YEAH: NUMBER :i
Edward Bkaddoi $ $ '4. fa k, PRESIDENT. "V: a '41 irji to 2 Roll Roods GENERAL BAN KING Pays Interest on Deposits. Lends Money. Makes Farm Loans. Buys Sehool Warrants. Writes Insurance at Lowest Rates. Your Account Will He Appreciated, and Your Interests" Carefully Considered. GERMAN (MEXICAN STATE B0NK LINTON, NORTH DAKOTA. HOW THE BANKER CONSIDERS YOU $ $ This bank is a public inst iiution. It was ornan nized, not for selfish mo iv-s. but to serve the people. This bank warns to livip the ['eoplo financially, to yive each belter facilities with which lie may carry on business, to render a isisianee to men in giving them credit. The banker's purpose further the business interests of each of his customers. Toeach man and woman not a customer of the bank the banker wants to give the benefits of his s-Jiviee. and invites every individual to take advantage of what he offers. FIRST BANK OF LINTON Linton, North Dakota. Mof it- on- Long !\i 1 v*K Seie v-ir vSe»c —••V'o" j. THE "S00" AND NORTHERN PACIFIC The Opening Sale of Lots in this New Town will take [ilaw on THURSDAY, JUNE 3, li'Mi), commencing at, 1 :."» o'clock p. in., when the business and residence lots of the town-site will he placed on sale at public auction and sold to the highest bidder. MOFFIT-ON-LONG-LAKE Is a new town located at the head of Long Lake, twenty-eight, miles southeast of liismarck, at the junction of the Northern Pacific railroads, and lias a boundless territory to draw trade from. If you desire to change your business location or start in business for yourself in new territory, here is the opportunity of your life. Don't let it slip from you. Remember the date: June 3, 1000. For further information address G. E. WILLIAMSON, W. H. MeM ASTER, RKUEL J. CHAIN*.• CASHIER Chariton, Iowa. Moffit-on-Long-L«ke, N. D. 'Send for a copy of 111K MOFF1T MKSSENfrEK. iti iii fv Hi fj $ -Lake -A W m.' 4. i^sga Roil Roods "Soo" CHESTER Take-Down Relating Shotgun* The Winchester Repeating Shotgun mer ing Wmmmmim has stood the trying practical tests of sportsmen an the rigid technical trials of the U. 8. Ordnance Board. Its popularity with the for and the official endorsement by the latter are convinc proof of its reliability, wearing and shooting qualities. Staiftr Catalopuof Winchester—the Red)N BrirJ-Guns and Ammunition. RKMATiNa arms co. ncw havcn, comm. EMMONS COUNTY RECORD. LINTON, NORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, MAY 27. ANOTHER MILESTONE. A "Simplex" Tvpe-Setlinir Machine Installed in the Record Com]H)sinr-Room. O .1 N i:. -oi 'vnrr, irr, hhh». iiy Tho brimming mill-pond full of boys, The spring-board and the slide The sly beef-chewer on the job. And the pants securely tied. The dripping and the tell-tale liai.r, The scurry homo at noon, And then what I'addy gave the drum Not yet, but .June. and The wedding and the wedding guests. The presents and the raiment The father proffering the bride, And the much-embarrassed claim ant. The dinner and the shoes and rice. The dear old honeymoon Arid Love's young dream until they wake Not yet, but .June. The end of school, the joyous shout, The essay and oratiou Some samples of bad grammar by The board of education. All standing singing "Auld Lang Syne," Or some such fitting tune. And two young men and thirty girls Not yet, hut June. The picnic and the happy kids, The dinner in the shade The scream when little Johnny Smith falls in the lemonade. The soul-mates strolling hand in hand. Not married yet, but soon And the little red-bugs at the bat Not yet, but June. June was dedicated by the Ro a is almost human," "Can it talk?" are some of tho expressions of the numerous visitors who have called at the Kecord oflicc to see the recently installed Simplex type-setting machine. This machine sets type individual type the same kind of typo that printers set by hand, except that each letter of the alphabet has a difl went nick or groove from the other characters. The type you are reading responded to the touch of an operator on a key-board similar to that of a typewriter. There are ninety characters on the key-board, including capital letters, figures and punctuation marks. The copy is fed petween rubber roll ers, and is closer to the eyes of the operator than when before the eves of the hand compositor. To those who do not find it convenient to call at the Record office to see the machine, the mechanism of the Simplex is beit explained by stating that each letter bears a combination of nicks after the system of a Yale lock, and finds its way by that means into its proper channel, where it responds readily to the touch of a key. The cylinder is divided, the upper portion revolving'slowly in order to distribute the type which is fed automatically into the machine from a gallev. The publisher of the Record extends an invitation to all to call at the office Tuesday ur Wednesday of any week and see the type-setting machine in operation. The price of the paper is $1.50 per year. Now is the time to subscribe. r:. 11. :ri mans to love and marriage, and was therefore named for Juno, whose ex perience was thought to more nearly typify that of the average married woman than anything that had hap pened up to that time. Juno married Jupiter, one of the best and most exemplary of gods, giving him her simple trust and all the rope compatible with a reason able enjoyment of liberty, though married. Nevertheless, they had not been married long enough even to feel sure that they were suited to each other when the bride made the terrible discovery that the co-owner of her wedding presents and the man who was to flag the family bread wagon had an affinity. Fortunately- though it had proven to be with gods' as it is with men- it was not with goddesses as it is with women. Juno had a "come back" coming to her, and she got busier than a mother robin rustling worms. She turned her husband's affinity into a heifer, and set Argus to watch over her as shepherd. Argus had a hundred eyes, and, do what he could, Jupiter could not catch him asleep all around and steal the heifer away from him. As a last resort he sent Mercury to slay him. After trying everything else. Mercury told him that Bryan was elected, and he fell dead. Juno took the eyes of Argus and set them in the tail of a peacock, where we may see them any fine morning in the country to remind us of that oldest of domestic tragedies inseperable from the history of June. The wedding march will fill the land. And the quail will get to pipin' The muse will rouse the village band, And Patten's wheat will ripen. The old self-binder will come out And sing a few sweet stanzas, And the college .student-graduate will shout, And hit the trail for Kansas. Come out with us at harvest time, when the sickle sings at mowing when the rose is blooming in the field, and the breath of June is blow ing when the golden harvest ebbs and flows in undulating billows, and the water-boy is fast asleep down where the grass is green and deep, beneath the shady willows. VOUI.ANKKK. IOIIN M.- llllUV 4 Uis There's nothing like it anywhere upon the earth or over the air is fresh and fragrant with the sweet breath of the clover the birds are singing operas, and the poultry is a sunning and the old familiar din ner-bell sets everybody running. There may be men in Marathons that run a mile a minute hut it's a question if St. Yves or Longboat woud be in it, if he were working in a field, though many times a win ner, and a bunch of twenty harvest hands knocked off to go to dinner. It's simply wonderful the way A harvest hand gets going You look at him one instant and You see him calmly mowing. You wouldn't think if forty bells Should ring that he would hear them, Or if ten banquets beckoned him That he would venture near them. He looks as whipped out as a rag, And dead to all attraction. But you want to hear tho dinner-bell To see his triple action. You want to see him double up As if he had the colic, And tear the field up setting out Upon that little frolic. It is as if the fumes of beans Had reached him, or the vision Of chicken had appeared to him, I Or else that some Klysiari Mirage had shown him corn-cate, pie. Fresh biscuits, or food such as Gods eat teased him, keeping ju.it Outside his eager clutches. The meadow-lark will chirp and sing, and the bumble-bee will buin [Concluded on-d I'agc.i fl.5(» PER YEAH, IN ADVANCE I I I'IF.T/.. WM MATH KWs I LINTON STATE BANK Capital, $25,000.00 Surplus. $7,500.00 SollCltS Your Account. MCKIBBIN HATS McKlbbin Hato »re shown iti the new "Touriicope," "Alpitcope," "Fedora-1 I tr»pe"ind other popular toll ihapri lor boyi awl young men—(incy bwidaif dowed. McKlbbin Hats in all the staple itylei for the more conservative dressers. McKlbbin HMi in nil colori-McKlbbln Hattfni all taates and the McKftbtrin Hat in tkfty ntyle, is the lut hat to le harl in th.it style. THE STANDARD OF HAT VALVE—$3.00 I his Line is now on our shclv«"4. Call In now. W. E. PETRIE, LINTON. N. D. LINTON -mZELTON Lf\ND COMPANY Offices in Linton anil JJaxclton Large List, of Improved and Unimproved- Lands. Also, de sirable Ranches. J'rices from $12 to $25 per acre Uue Us a, call before you, purchase. Land shown free of chnrge, whether or not you, buy Apply to L. Du Heaume, Linton, N. D. I Livery, Feed and Sale Stable \j/§ WM. (AllMICIILAL, I'ropr. $ iftj LINTON, NOIITII DAKOTA $ v/jj First-Class Rigs, Good Driving Horses, Reasonable i'/^] Rates, Prompt Service. K}] Give Us a Call When You Want Anything in the Livery Line. DACOTAH LUMBER GO. -:.v. Buy your lumber and coal from us and in a year you'll be putting on more airs than you could grind out of a hand- organ. Linton, North Dakota It! A N ClIKSItoWN A. \Y. SIMS We Offer roiirteouH Twit- meiit, the Nest Facilities, and the. Most Liberal Accomodations Consistent with (iood llnnkliig. Linton Bakery Confectionery FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES AIiWATS KEPT ON HAND FRUIT, CIGARS AND TOBACCO CONTINUALLY IN STOOK Extensive Stock of Candies—The Best THE ROYAL TYPEWRITER W Is lie iii"st. modern and up-to-date machine mi the market, and has many more ex .00. I'l machine "O the market, and hi la iiuprov-iii iii.-. not found on the I ji•! pensive, machines. Price, ICi.j.O R. C. BURLINCAME, Larvik, North Dakota. Agent.