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Emmons County record. [volume] (Williamsport, D.T. [i.e. N.D.]) 1884-current, September 14, 1911, Image 3

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-amiK'l Solomonson was up from
Winona country Tuesday.
Tun O'Hrion departed for the
T'-vin Citii'.s last Friday on business.
|). Seeman shipped two ear
|,.ai'|. of cattle to St. l'aul Saturday.
Ciiinrat.il' .loe Allen and his son
wore up from the Dale coun­
try 1 ,esl i.
Ketta Sandidfje is stopping
'.j, Mrs. Scott Cameron and at-
ti'iniinK school.
Mr#. Thomas Fergus of Linton
to Jamestown the last of the
»t,'K to Visit friends.
J.ihn J. Maumgartner, the Stras
burp merchant, was a business vis
it,,r in Linton yesterday.
Mrs. Fred. Snyder and Mrs. I-. W.
Or-jmnycr were visitors from the
north country yesterday.
Kr,.,| Kclsch left for St. Paul last
'Sai-inlay with a car-load of cattle.
He vturni ii home yesterday.
Mcssis Fo^el and Sutherland are
busy at work on the extensive ad
dition t" the Temvik school-house.
Tin' interior of the telephone ex
change has been re-decorated—that
is ahem! so to say whitewashed.
r-emer.s Kelsch will return to
Cian.l Forks next Tuesday to begin
hUsci-'Hiil year at the state univer­
Mi^s I.ueile Crain has gone to
Kvanstun, Illinois, where she will
atti-ml the Northwestern Univer
The .Misses Frances and Hazel
1'etrie left Monday for Dubu(|ue,
Iowa, where they will attend col
County Treasurer Naramore went
to Bismarck by train Saturday and
returned by buzz-wagon Saturday
Miss Klla Madson, the trimmer at
the Laiilies' Store, and Miss Jessie
Units, were over-Sunday visitors at
Miss Lottie (Irendell. of Kiver
Falls. Wis., who will teach school at
pollock the coming term, was in Lin
ton Monday.
Miss Florence Jaekman of Temvik
left for Lincoln, Nebraska, last
Monday. She will enter a college
at that place.
A. I\. Dessel, of Ossian, Iowa,
made a brief visit this week with
his friend, A. J. Cremer, of the
First National Hank.
Fred Frazer, of the Sand Creek
country, will go to Hismarck next
Saturday to have an operation per
formed for appendicitis.
Mrs. C. H. Mewing is expected
home to-morrow evening from a
Kismarck hospital, where she has
been a .-ui Merer from rheumatism.
S„me say that the prairie-chickens
are plentiful in these parts and some
sav they are scarce. Perhaps that
depends on the hunter -or the dog.
Don Tracy, the Linton photogra
pher, will visit I'ollock on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, Sept. aist, 22d
•nil 2. d, prepared to do work in his
A. K. Klabunde, Robert Heale,
John Wray and Kd. Sterling were
down from Hazelton Tuesday to at
tend a meeting of the Masonic
The lit. Rev. Cameron Mann,
Hishop of North Dakota, will ad
minister the rite of confirmation in
the Kpiscopal church at Linton next
Monday evening, .Sept. 18th, at S
There a great deal of com
petition among peach-sellers in town
this week. There are two youngsters
who seem to understand the meaning
of the phrase "The early bird
^atchi's the rni."
Millinery opening at the 'lough
Sisters' store ,,n Friday and Satur
day of this week. We have the most
beautiful line of hats ever shown
here, ami :-.t, very low (trice. Re
sure to coni, in early.
Ihe person who took a bloodstone
finw. and a jrulii necklace set with
pearis and rubies, from the resi
dence,f Miss Alena Tough, within
a month, will do well to return the
articles to their owner in Linton
and save trouble. (sei-M.
Jacob llelfenstein and Philipp
'•renx,of the Hazelton neigborhood,
weie in Linton yesterday. Jacob had
8 'i*d touth, and came to see the
Kent whoso mission in life is the fix-
of obstreperous (good word)
Rrinders \\'e forget the gent's
name it peculiar one.
Dr. Lritts went to Strasburg
ue»iay to inspect two car-loads of
lorse.i that were to be shipped to
niarket yesterday. There were for
-our head in the shipment. This
ina es thirteen car-loads of horses
at have been shipped from Stras
The average price
paid tu the farmers was $10) per
states Attorney Cameron, with
•'s wife and the new boy, arrived
I'i.-marck Monday evening.
voting hid seems to be satisfied
the change of venue, but raises
his voice in powerful protest when
he experiences anything that he
considers in the nature of tort.
H. N. Turner returned Tuesdav
from his visit to Aberdeen His
father came back with him and will
remain in Linton awhile.
Notice.-As 1 have completed a
course in general auctioneering. 1
am prepared to give the public the
best of service, c- Kay U. Rrown.
Temvik, N. I). Ise7-2M
-Mrs. Jane Harlan, of Arcdale.
Iowa, mother of Mrs. i). K. Mickel,
arrived last Tuesday to visit a short
time with the family of her son-in
law and daughter.
The many friends of Mr. R. John
sonbaugh welcomed him home from
Kismarck. Thursday of last
and everybody who knows him hopes
that he may soon be restored to
The old-timer, Maurits Van Soest.
was in town recently, going to and
from Hazelton. He went up there
to buy some winter rye for seed,
which he obtained from Attorney
W. R. (.Jrover was up from the
Winona country the fore part of
the week. Mr. (irover is one of
those farmers who are not dis
couraged by this olf year in the
matter of crops.
Here is the way a Kansas paper
duns its subscribers: "If you have
frequent fainting spells, accom
panied by chills, cramps, corns, bun
ions, chilblains, epilepsy anil jaun
dice, it is a sign you are not well,
but likely to die at any minute.
Pay your subscription in advance
and thus make yourself solid for a
good obituary notice."
The I\pwo-th League will give a
social and reception in honor of the
teachers of the public schools of
Linton, in the Methodist church, to
morrow (Friday) evening, begin
ning at o'clock. A short pro
gram lias been arranged, and light
refreshments will be served. All
patrons of the school and the young
people of the town are cordially in
vited to attend and enjoy a social
Mr. Vansickle, traveling for the
American Oasoline-Lamp Company,
was in town over night Tuesday.
Not long ago he put a lamp in the
Moose club-rooms, on trial, to be
kept or returned after a period of
thirty days. The boys didn't wait
the thirty days, but were well satis
fied from the beginning with their
purchase. This is the company that
recently installed their system in
the Record oflice, and it has given
entire satisfaction. Mr. Vansickle
will return in a week to install four
additional street-lights that have
been ordered by the village trustees.
Two of Kmmons county's well
known and popular young people
were joined in the silken meshes of
matrimony last Tuesday evening at
it o'clock, at the Methodist parson
age the Rev. A. M. Wiley, pas
tor, performing the ceremony. The
witnesses were Flva A. Richardson
and Jason J. Wood. The bride is
Margaret, the youngest daughter of
Mr. David Tough, a pioneer settlor
of Kmmons county, and was herselt
born in this county, a few miles
west of Linton. The groom is a son
of Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Richardson,
living twelve miles west of Linton.
The young couple have the kindest
wishes of the community for their
happiness and prosperity through
Here is an item for which copy
was misplaced last week. Hut it
is not too late to announce that there
came to the pioneer house of Stewart
he of the name of James being
now its sole family head in Kmmons
county -a daughter. The young
miss was born to Mr. and Mrs.
James Stewart, of the Dale country,
on the oiUh of August. The mother
and the little lady are all right. We
are not often caught giving a birth
announcment so late that the young
miss has begun to wear hobble
skirts and have beaux, and we here
by apologize to the newcomer
for our laxity in this respect this
time, and we promise to make up
for the mistake by a bigger item
when we announce, her marriage
Kd Kastun was down from the
Glencoe neighborhood Friday of
last week. Mr. Kaston is the Km
mons county farmer who had such
good luck with winter wheat this
season. He raised twenty-live aert
surreii. And it would rta.niy
gle the Weeds a surprise jg:
'iet:-. and Christ:' \V
business trip to Te
I- red
made a
I ue- lay.
Mrs. John Public returned We,I
ii,. d..v ,,f last week from I'. so
journ in the east.
Miss Inez I haney is stopping for
a time with Mrs. Charles Green, in
the (lniio country.
Mr. Swab, of the Omio neigbor
hood, has gone to Rochester, Minn.,
to consult pinsician-.
Mrs./,. Norinan of imi has ta
ken her daughter. Mrs. Corners, to
Iowa tor medical treatment.
Miss Rose Kubouii.- of llerreid.
who is leaching the McCuliey
school, ua. in Linton Saturday.
1 miis Malotiey came up from Ab
erdeen Tuesday, on his way to his
ranch in the Caytnn ncghborhood.
Miss Hilda Vanderhurg of Omio
has been assisting Mrs. Frank Hell,
in Linton, during her rec,-nt 11 n.s.
Mr.-. F. M. I'.urge, who has been!
visiting in California, i- evpected to
arrive in Linton this week for a!
brief isit
Mrs. Delia 1'aimer Green and chil
dren, of Sioux Falls. S. D., are vis
iting at tlie Calmer home, the
iinio neighborhood.
(.'apt. Iloiistain is expected to ar
rive to-day or to-morrow for a viVit
with relatives and vvi.tb. ...oldrti.me
neighbors and friends.
Miss Rosina Seenian left Tues
day for her home at I.eSeuer,
Minn., after a vi-nt of a few weeks
at the home of her brother, L. D.
Mrs. John Pietz, mother of Fred
I'ietz, returned to her Kurcka home
Monday, after a visit of a week at
the residence of her son and daugh
ter-in-law in Linton.
Messrs. Seeman and Rarger. with
their families, made a trip to that
summer anil autumn beauty-spot
the county, the Kmmosnburg
country, Sunday, for an outing.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lane went to
I'.ismarek yestenlav morning. Mr.
and Mrs. Lane are contemplating
moving to the Capita! City, as Mr.
Lane has a very good professional
offer there
Theodore Lane, being eighteen
years old, the age at which be can
legally take up land in Canada, has
gone to Milestone, Saskatchewan,
near which place be intends to soon
fasten himself to :!Jo acre- the
limit, up there of Dominion soil.
Christ. Richer of Temvik recently
sold a Rumelv thrashing-machine to
W. II. (label, living fourteen miles
east of Temv ik. Cbsrles Gillespie,
the Rumely expert in these parts,
went out and set up the machine,
and it is working in first-class, shape.
J. K. Ilolsti, of northeastern Km
mons, was in Linton yesterday. He
was on his way to Arlington, S. D.,
to look after his crop interc.-ts
there. He says that on his home
farm lie got ten bushels of wheat
per acre oil forty acres, lie aver
ages a fair crop all through.
The high school of Linton oHer
at present the following-named sub
jects above the eighth grade: Latin
Grammar, German Grammar, Kn
glish (four years I. American Liter
attire, Modern History. Plane Ge
ometry, Algebra, and Physics. I'n
doiibtedly, there are boy,, and girl
in Linton not at present attending
school who can find among the
above-named subjects just what
they want or need.
An accident, that would undoubt
edly have resulted disastrously only
for prompt assistance happened last
Friday in the alley in the rear of the
First National Hank. The buggy in
which Mrs. John Miller and Mrs. Ja
cob Sautei. Jr., vvere riding tipped
over, the wheels on one sidedlop
ping into tin* gutter. Roth ladies
fell from the rig. Mrs. Sautter with
her l.aby in her arms. A two-year
old child of Mrs. Sautter, who was
al.-o thrown out. was caught in one
of the wheels in such a marine.'' that,
had the team started, the child
would have been killed or seriously
of this kind of wheat. On flax injured. (Juick help by Mr. Fischer,
stubble it yielded twenty-five bush-1 manager of the Goodrjdge Cali
els to the acre and en bare plowing lumber yards, soon set things right,
seventeen. Mr. Kaston
of the ladie-are daughters of
the fact that unlike winter rye Christ. Wolfer. the old-time Linton
winter wheat must have snow pro-j merchant.
tection. His idea is to sow it in A meeting was held in the band
corn stubble. He also believes that' room last evening, attended by busi
it would more than pay for the ness men of Union, to consider the
trouble and expense to sow eight matter of closing the places of busi
qua-is of flax to the acre about. .July ness on the second day of October,
1st. and then about Sept. I.-t seed which is Kmmons County Day at the
the wheat in the tlax. The liax State Industrial Imposition in Ris
would hold the snow during the marck, and the day on which the
winter, and a crop would be as-especial train is to be run. The sen-
timent was overwhe.tr,mgly in favor
of the proposition as not only the
proprietors of the vaMotis business
places want to make the trip, but
their employees as Weil.
Ladies, don't forg, here to get
your corsets. We h.c.e a full line
of them ail of the time. Prices from
cents to oil. order large
-i.'.es and any garment the price of
which woni,l lie over ,•?:,,"i. The
Ladies'Store. (jvL'T-tf)
^111 pills ftiJul
I mil i'InI profit s, l« pi'iiMi'.s iiu'l
I :i l.i I?
I m!i Pluti! 'h-pi»sjts
i» ho-ln-rk ?:r»,'.l«l T'.l
h.-Hiiiiiil c. I nii-Mh or.!.
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gaytopT gossip.
i, Hit «rI.'
Archie Mickel ret urned ,Sunday
from Sanborn, this Mate.
S an I Mrs. Frank Sweel spent
S .miay afternoon at D. W. Casey's.
Mr-. 11. A. Downer returned Fri-1
day fr.itn her summer -visit in W is- I
en in and New York.,"::.
The Mi.-ses Daphne Downer and
Gladvs Mickel spent a few days with
Mis Mamie Chatnley last week
Mrs. Walls returned home Satur
day. after a couple weeks' visit
with her daughter, Mr-- Woslev Ha
I.er, .lr
A. .-,
Mrs. Frank Rogers and Miss Clara
Shormor of Rismarck came down
Satunia.v and visitiduith Mrs. Su
erly until Sunday
A number of people from this
neighborhood attended the dance at
Huchatian's last Saturday evening.
All report a line time. Scribendo.
Rids for Coal.
1 1 1 1 1 1
'JSi .,iint A ullt"r
I' th-I -it I.int.'ii, N. I» ,.t tl I HI
M. T. liarger and J. 11. Reamer
made an aut.o trip to the Glencoe
intry, Tuesday, and obtained
some \erv fine samples to lie
-hovvn at the State Imposition,
iniong them being some A1 alfalfa.
Fay Harding, having completed
his contract for building the Gocd
ridge-Call Lumber Company's big
coal-sheds, went home yesterday.
Mrs. Harding came down by team
froin their farm in the Rraddock
country and took him home.
ih 'p' l'.»
Total «m!».nr:
st at'- of Nf 11
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clothing co-1 and told her what
inv income was ti.*n our engage
ment sagged in the middle and
gently dissolved." Houston I'ost.
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Klua W. Mui'in'li ad m.nist
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tal, of Wihiam Munti- ti. lain of
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to th rrrdlUif*
of, ami ail pt-rsi'iis claims auatrifct,
nl ile.-i-iisi-tl, to ••thlMt lln'tlj. with ih« II»-C
ss.ii oui'hcrs, wit ii!
'I six nn -nt liH iifti th«
llfsi pulilic.itlon of Hi:-, nutlci'. tn s»lJ H1
n.inist rat riat ln-r M.r- In th»-vill»K0 of
Kinton. in -ant Kmnn»n- county.
li.-th ii pt. mlx-r II i». I'-ill.
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si'', .i A (I mhi
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tcinl,'! A. I I:«11.
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f!isj 111 made bv bin in tle-ir inigrn-
Ills i" lei I ,|llp! I 'd 11 seine of
'lie s|,,,iv :,ti,! wat, birds thut n,vt
in the island.-.'of 1',,-ring sen nn!
spend lie- uintir it llavvnii and
limning l.-land, n't miles uvuiv.
lliasilllleh as siil'ie of these 11irfV-t
live entire!^ on tie- shore nn,l tii',_
probablv unaiiie !., lest on the Mir
face of the water, it..is thought thut
t!:('V liiUSjl a,-eoinpiis-.lv''tbo vtlioledio
tancc in a pini/h- 'liebt. Vet, al
though tlier'' at" ii landmarks for
tbcin ,on their journey over
a waste of watc-r.-, thev make their
wav to tle-ir do-tm.itioii with tbo
preeioion of a ritle shot.
»Unt a to al«.vi-
nuini't] ri*hiM»ini''iits au«l all jm In
tri'Sti'l In tin- istati* "f l.'.iw «li
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juJhiintstratlon upon tin* ••siaM' l.nols
Kavi-, lati* "f In- ii.wnshij) ..f I .ni« 11.i !'.»• in
ih»' cuiinty of ly ainl Mint*1 -"nih
Uota »l»-i'«!asf"l. m,nil«''l Mis tlia
Kav.' and that
p-tlt}..,, will
lii'iini ainJ duly''onsl-l« i«-il l»y t.liis '-u i-n
al unlay.
tl'day -if
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staUoniTtt tr'n-, to lin t-' n..y kt.
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AMERICAN SNUFF COMPANY. 111 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
That New Car
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Ihe Iest Automobile man
ufactured? 11 is the cele
brated Case car, made by
Ihe J. I. Case Machine
Company, of Racine, Wis.
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