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,,|,ni YEAR: NUMBER 1»
THREE METHODS
There are three methods by which
you can use this bank for the safe
keeping of your money.
Buy
First: The covenient Checking
Account, which enables you to issue
checks for payments, and provides
you with a receipt for moneys paid.
Second: The Savings Account,
which adds compound interest to
your principal, and creates your
"working capital.
Third: The interest-bearing Cer
tificate of Deposit, a negotiable se
curity, issued at any time.
You can use one or more of these
methods to advantage.
German-American State BanK
Llntoi), North Dakota
LINTON HOUSE
Is Now Open
A First-Class Meal for only 25 Cents
Special preparations have been made
to entertain guests at our special Sun
day dinner.
The building has been thoroughly
renovated. We have the best in town.
Come and you will be convinced.
NICHOLAS BOHN, Prop.
a Bank Draft
When you want to send money
through the mail. It is the safe way
—the convenient way. No red tape,
no application blank to fill out. The
economical way—exchange on a
.draft of $100 is only 10 cents.
In case the draft should be lost in
the mail you can get a dupliate with
out trouble or loss of time. It is
the business-like way. Business men
use our Dank Drafts when remit
ting to their wholesale houses.
When you send money to anyone,
for any purpose, come in and get
one of these Bank Drafts. Issued
in any amount. Good in the cities,
pood in the small towns.
The First BanK of Lintoq
Richard's Tarbo -Dip
O
Sluvp. Cattle, Horses,
Swine, Poultry and
All Live Stock
'Cheaper and Better than any other Dip.'
Kor Sale nly at
VORLANDER'S DROG STORE
fees
|.:U"T-
I'.t
EMMONS COUNTY RE
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
Of the Board of County Commission
ers of Emmons County,
North Dakota. i0"
I.ISTON. N. |I iv O. I..]-
The Board met pursuant to ad
journment. Present: Jakob Fisch
er (Chairman.) and F. .1. Mci'on
ville. ('ommissionor.
No ijuorum luintr present, ad
journment was taken until 7: 0
p. tn.
tAKMM.
The Board met pursuant to ad
journment. Present: Jakob Fischer,
(chairmm). F.J. MeConville, An
drew Hansen and K. Brant.
Commissioners.
il Keamer, 1,. Veater and
F. B. ^treeter, repro-vnting the Km
mons County AiituiiMliili- A ela
tion, appeared before the l!i ard re
lative to the expenditure of funds
collected under Chapter of the
Laws of llil 1, and the following re
solution was adopted:
That, Whereas, There is now in
the special road-maintenance fund
$"JU.mi which have been received
from the Secretary of State under
Chapter C! of the Laws of lull And,
Whereas. 1 here has been organ
ized in said Lnimons County an as
sociation known as the Kmmons
County Automobile Association, or
ganized for the purpose of expend
ing the said fund in the most profit
able manner. Now, therefore, be it
Kesolved.That the said association
be authorized by its proper commit
tee to contract labor, on tlie improve
ment of the roads of the county,
and that all claims for said labor,
when approved bv said association
shall be allowed to the extent of the
said funds on hand at the time the
said claims are presented
On motion the Board adjourned
until a. in. May J], r.H J.
1
I.ISTON, N MAY l-
,r.\
The Hoard mul pursuant to ad
journmenl. Present: Jakob Fisher,
(chairman), K. II. Brant, F. •). Mc
Conville and Andrew Hansen, Cum
in issioners.
The following bills were, on mo
tion, allowed:
:trn t:»tr v*. H.iss'-rt, wtl-
IM'"** frrs and tlillri» rr ii i»."i
John Curry, Malt* vs IVMTI, witness
fres and ml)e:t re -W
Peter hl»T, Ht.at»• vs. UaS-ri, jJirrllPs
fres jo
W. Sl'ott. st
alt Vs. Havsrft. whlM Ss
am! mileaire. :o
rt». W. iS'ott. s!
air vs. issert wit
ness frrs and mileac** 7 *iO
S. !•'. Wrtsiht, st ate vs. It*
summons, ell'
.1. H. Mcli'-mit'll, stati*
witness fr«-s aii'l tnilea
Mrs..1.11. M«'l bnu.ri!, *tat* v:
sort, witness fees ami iniU-a^.
Kobert Walker. stair vs. Basrrt, wit
ness fees and mibsiu'r
(i. ('Callunhan. st
a 1 vs. rt, WH:-•
ness fees and mlleairr
[. serving
li.lSsrl 1.
I.INTON, NORTI1 DAKOTA, THURSDAY, MM: «. llU'J
I!
IS.is-
r::\
Mallilas hahi, state vs. Hassrrt, wit
ness frrs and TM11«
Mrs. M. bahi,stair vs. Ita.ssert, wit
ness fres ami milratrr
IVtor Anderson, stair vs. lt.iss» rt, wit
ness fees and miirajrr
.}. M. IVrry, stale vs. llassrji, vwtne**
fros ati1 mileace
Gottlieb iJreiiz, work on »•«a'ls....
rasper Wiil, work mi road.
I ra I IVekens. work on road
.Sirs, i.iro. Wiiaien, work on road.
William II. Uak»T. work on road
A. H. 1 rvlnr. auto li vri
y, Hirri tV
11. II. 11 anson, auto I vet \. A ml
it or
Carri^an A: Stiles, men-muniis»- for
rs. Huckner, poor
t'bailes Coventry, fitlim f»*e a Minli
d:tir for tale's AItorm y. (r»
fuml)
William .Inm-s. liliui: fc :t,i canditair
as shrritV, 1'."^. (rrfumi)
I-'. II. Irvinr, tiling frr II candidal'
for Urt-'lsln* of Drrds, I'.dn, in himl)
(.'lias. it. Parley, tiling frr as'andilair
for Nmnty .I udi:r, l'.ni* and l.du (ir
ami).
Scott ainrron, liiin^ frr a» candidal
for Stair's Aiiornry, I'd1', 'rrfnml)
A. M. Ulitts, liIiii'jr frr as candidatr
fur .lustier of ll»r I'racr, 1'dn, (re
fund)
P. li. Kooks, lilinn frr ascandidair for
ierk of iMsliici Coiirt. 1'."'-. tr
fnml)
I». K. Mirrirr .'t Son, piiniin^ and
ptilillsliin^
ICtnrnons Cinini KruuMican, iritit:rm
and p111'11sIji 11tr
Walkrr hros A Hardy, Irjral blanks
Hisman Trlln:m' uinp my, iriral
blanks, rtc
Iloskins Stalioin-ry 'oni|M.ny, supijlirs
Tina's- llrrald rubiishin
one mile north to the northeast
corner of Section LV'. same township
and range thence six miles due
east on section lines to the northeast
corner of Section 2.V
1:1^-77
John Watkinson and othe'.s. for
road beginning at the southwest
corner of Section l^-i:!t!-7 thence
due east one mile to the southeast
corner of the same section thence
duo south one mile to tin
\V
:J7 in
i:
iii
I
1
Stair Hospital fi.»r Insam, rat
1 in,is
Scot I am* i' n, a
T.
A ifrrd Mocaison,
si att* M.iss*-rt ..
Kmil Hani!, b-»:lit1. ty I
Tlu Board met pursuant io ad
journment. Present: Jak"b ischer,
(chairman), 1'. J. McCi.nvi'le. K. 11.
Brant and Andre.v ll.ui.-en. Com
missioners.
The additional bond of Ceorgo H.
Naramore, County Treasurer, lor
$15,0110.00, with the National Surety
Company, as surety, was, on motion,
approved.
The bond of Fred Jurige, Jr.,
Justice of the Peace, with 1. L.
Scroggin and K. K. Lesbi as surety,
also the bond of Frank Long. Con
stable, with the same surety, each
in the sum of 'o0i).0o, were on mo
tion approved.
On motion 1
Jr. J.I). Fuller was ap
pointed a member of the Insanity
Commission.
The following road petitions were,
on motion, grant,
II. W. Allen and others, for road
beginning at the northeast corner
jof Section thence due
south on section lines to the south
east corner of Section .'i-"-i:i*j-7r.
Adam Berreth and others, for
road beginning at the northeast
corner of Section :'. -i:«-7.S thence
1
southeast
corner of Section i:-i:!t'-7!.
Lorenz Masset and others, for
road beginning at llu northeast
corner of Section l!7-i: i-7ti: thence
west en section lines to the Missouri
river, was granted in par: as fol
lows: Beginning at the northeast
corner of Section *27-1::
1 -7ti: thence
due west on section lines to the
southwest corner of Secton 'J l-i:U-7 .t.
The petition of Arend lla.-por and
others, for bridge on section line be
tween Sections 10 and 11-11'. -7»'.,
was. on motion, granted.
The petition of Adam Thmas and
others, for road beginning at the
snithwost corner of Section I 51 7^
thence due east one mile to the
southeast corner of same section:
thence due north two miles to the
northeast corner of Section i:^-7s.
was, on motion, denied, for the rea
son that it is too expensive and im
practicable.
Pursuant to the resolution of
April 1th, the opinion of Uie Attor
ney Ceneral relative to the interest
of Kmmons County in certain lands
which had been sold for taxes, under
the provi.Mons of Chapter o7 of the
Laws of 1MI7, was presented, and
the opinion not being signed, was
not considered by the Board, and
the State's Attorney was directed to
communicate further with the At
torney Ceneral relative to his opin
ion in said matter.
Applications for abatement of
taxes were allowed as follows ^.
A. II. nw. f,|- ia\r«. a I 1 h'r
iii 11 tn i.si i| ii.tr! rr of nori wrsi |Uai
t. ..f I •„».:• U-.
*. ft.I hi
»i- and I d1', avsi^si 1 tn i"i
Urn I p.-i-s. nal for I
I i"' Is' I l*'\ alo. Co.npanv. iMJ.Iyi'r,5
Id"
I. I aid, Jirfv. .| i| J.-J.i
The application of II. Berndt,
Attorney for Yincenz Kunz, for the
abatement of the taxes against the
southeast quarter ol Section s-l.'M
71, for the years lino and lull,
was granted.
On motion the County Auditor
was instructed to advertise fur three
wooden bridges, with cement abut
ments.
Oil motion the Board adjourned
until 7::!(I p. m.
The Board met pursuant to ad
journment. Present: Jakob Fischer,
(chairman), F.J. McConville, II.
Brant anil Andrew Hansen, Cotn
mismsioners.
7
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no
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iii)
Hl
The following bills were, on mo
tion, allowed:
W. I'.. I'l
1
:5. I
HI
i*.'
I'lr, stlppiirs for «-«.
II l-| b'.tlsc,
(h)
n.- Mr ft
.1 I I'iMs Ivslalr. M'f illid, liiinu fr*-.
,1. I* |':i is, candid ih' for unly v'
r. Ml
A mi itoi. iiid for .•!*• of coin
I'M" -.'i 'K'
rl M-drr, 1 v» ry f. oinmissi.tt,rrs.
Ni'-hohts T»• rit*'s, 11v»• for t'oiiiinis
hitSshifirrs ... .. 'tit
srol I I 'aim on, ii vr
ry
I .1. .Mr(.Ii i!
|r. tin tntssionr
r's sal
arv and mi Ira-.'r I-.'
Audit 11 ansi n, (.'on :idssim« is sal
a ry and mi Iraizr
HM
IHt
I III
On motion, the. Board adjourned,
JOHN K. SNVljKK,
County Auditor,
I'.o
.v
1
,: t.'orjipany,
irjxal iilaiiKs
M. I'. Kaisrr. rri umint b,i
1 !«-t bovrs
J-'rank Said), rriuinitiL' iiloi-box.-s
lirorirr ^hrpat d, r» ui idnu' b.iliot
ho\rs
(•.!». I'UL natn, rl 11 I lit I lot -i'L!\»'S
W. K. I arprntn, rrjnrnln^: BADOJ
bnxrs ...
.Jolin ltikrr, ri inrntii^' baiid iit»\i-s.
K. I". va^r, |rt tlini'ii: l«.l 1 lol •!».« M-r,,
L. M. 1 )orrscliia/, trtiiininu tf.iii'il
boxrs :/.
.1 akr Sit rns a ml. jardi r, tr «ia s., .•
Win. S I rl i. n.ak inmil ni-_M aln
TAKKX IT.
nil
May IS, l'.llii, an iron-gray mare,
about three years old, weighs about
1100 pounds, with sore on right
shoulder which appears to be collar
boil.
si
•il

I a 'i plton*
II. ap!i« i'
rviiu stili|-i• i. i»,
in uf -urr,
I'riniinj omp uii, dtjaid-:
1 ai libai
h*ok
U. U. I' ^'i*' fjiiarani»
Boai'd ailjoo'-'ied
On inutiun tlif
unti p. rn
AiTl IIVI'IN K.i'-iVv.
Also, an iron-gray mare colt about
two years old and a yearling iron
gray mare.colt. No brands'visible.
1
Ol.
I
K. M. I arvick,
1 emvik, N. 1J.
Call on Charles B. Carley, couritv
judge, for final proofs and filings.
V. «d'd i- I Vuy .-i I'.nr
Notice for Publication.
in* I ni **r-i' .1
I pa ii.•
I.and »Mi-«
"'i:
i,ton, Nor'ti I .*U t- i. '•vb-', on
Il.T
ni '.! I
SILO
you on
not
per cent.
Linton
io
A Kottrt, .r road and -.cbo«l poll,.
i'1'1'-. dVial ass* ssmrnt
1 lie following applications
abatement of taxes wire denied
i! I.i N» i»-n, t,«.M li« rsl tjiiaH I
for
Illinois,
iCT'-aE.iz rirrtr-sfMaca
ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT
FOR TB© Y«ar ENDING December 31,
A. D. 1911.
::I I«I
TF IB«! r«. AND nfTalr.s
of
STAFF NORTH H.ikotn
Nam*', '11111111» 1 111*R
O
The lull of A. J. Baumgartner,
for .^l 1 ..V), for the storage and de
livery of seed grain at Strasburg,
was denied, for the reason that the
delivery charges on said grain were
to be met by the Occident Klevator
Company.
if IHKUOIUCC,
Hills r» cr
lvable,
to*-#-
fb»n. I'd^nnindi, N LB
M^ANI/FL lncorporul«), April UTH,
(.'odiincm «L liusliuiHB, Apjli L.UH,
A I A
AINO'int OF CAPITAL Stork puld
ui» In fnll
ASSISTS
I' nlto YTA'OH StocUa ami
Houds
Total Adinlltrd Asseln GtX.KJO 75
UAIUUTIKS
N'rt imiiiiiil .if unpaid I,OHHOH $ f»H,f»00 39
Amntint of nncnrnrtj Promt
ninii ON all outstanding JIMUH L~r,447 6l
LHI« for 'onindssl'IN.S and .,
HROKERNIJFL V-.V ::. 25.4SR» FIL
llsllrrmtcd ARMIED TAXES ... !'4C 23
f!
ED dnrltuf HIO
year I'n.sb. or N ««... 9 S53.54I KJ
Inti-RT-vi
MINT dUbb-mls R*'RIDVR*|
dur INS BE
a ...
4 1
I-!. II. Itrani, i'immission* saiaty
,l!li! hiilraiXr ."»*)
irnlj I'is' In-r, miiiilssion»-r's salary
and mitra,_*'' II 'M•
twi
AMOUNT FOITLVRD fitim «LL OHIUR
•M'ljr r*ea .,.
Totai l{errt['l«
i»ism:itsKMr:NTs
I.oKScn JIHLD
Vf^ar
N .-
:t p.*ln, n.ad.- II' n.-st'-ati I nuy
for br nor
I bwrsi -roi n. son
.jiniltr s-r|ion 'I'ov.Mtbip !».:
icriti. Kanirr u«-st of t»I.ifiii l'riir-i|)al
M, rnli-m, bas lit tri or inti-nti-n to
II a i- til,ut coin a' i. hi proof, to rs| .,l,
lisb claim lo tin- !amt ao.vr msniM»i, h.-
f.j» I'harb-slt ai by, .l .d^- and V.\ ttl« io
('b rk of ihc O MII.V "Ut». »l l.inioji. Nor Ji
I ia ota. 'in tin- :.'Tt ii" day I unr I'dti
iaitnanl nan.rs as 11 nt sst-s
r.-rii '»l II, b'.iif I' v.
Aio it Aiiiln AV ol Linton. N. I'
|t« ri 1' .rbin, of I,
Ktidolplj
1
N 11
I..N
ial No. Hl-V't..) May:.': Juin:
Notice for Publication.
I trprtf! -II
rsl l.t I!. I I .r,
Land oil).'
.,1 Ibsinan-k. N. I
May I. IJ.
Not trr is brr* by 1*1 vrn
,111. IKT -II11.1.1 N»
I I.i nt
Of
N of I il lukol-t. will, or, )i-|'i,.-r
•*:. pdn. n.a-lr ||on.« si* id Kntry No »»l.l*M.
foi -.out bra-1 ijuartrr of r.»r? b« ast '.nailer of
i'l*iion
Townsjpji i,.' nortit, inje
v.-r
1 .if br I ift Prin.djwt.f-- Meridian, ha»
lib-d not trr »f int nt ion loliuikr lina rouirnu
tali'-n proof, stabli-
1
rt.^u, in land
a' ovr (ir.s*'nI•* d, b.-fof. hari» U. 'arlry,
I ud«i' and K.N.U!lir:o rk of I b«- t'ounty
Si rt, a I.i ii on, N 'i I I 'a ot
a, on hr UTUj
day or .1 Mtn-, t'd-.
iai man na m-s as wi'.ties^
(Veil (irrrii, of l.inton, .V
ALL.'-N A ndrrws, of Liriioti, N. Ib
Urn (J»iri»in,of J.inton. N I*.
iiudolph J^cliot t, of II ton. N. I
li »N. r»ThVkNr*. ItrKiHUfr.
:i73.T22 15
during
tbo year I
iMvidrnda
paid
Stop! Look! Listen!
THFT
LLLNIOIH Snrdy '*•. UF CHICAGO. Illlrmtn.
ORNAIIT/TIL undrr tbn IUWH
of
lb« KTATTI OT
inudfi lo LUJ 'oinmlHsb.nor
I nsu I A IKF UF TIN' uliilr
of North
H.
ikota
IN I'TIRSUANRR «if llir IHUM of
mild stat**
ILirsP!».n! A .1 ilopkiltM
SP- ROTATY- T'baa I- 8«DDRK
AH.«mrv FOR ^••IVB»«
l'iort?S«
III tt)S
09
'luring the
ir.ooo oo
Paid f'.r lointnlsalnna nnd
Itrokfinga
I'abl for mi !a b-*i, am)
othrr rbarf'-s
Paid for Taxes
111oII111 of nil o'hor UlHtmrKO
moni.H
Tolrd TALON 'in TING tht
VM2.
I'.isman k, N ().
.May --,:i:d-:. ,,
.Vnio- is
Oy I».t I ,-::v•
i-:.\ui. i-.M^ii:!.'.
Wtiri* i«. tb«* «aid otiipitny has tHr»l In
11,»v oflP ft II d'i!y r,fii{)..l eopv of It•
,.|, tri«r ul'h '•«»rtlfl' j(f «»f '.r«:ud/.gtlon In
ompiluti'v.ith thr ri"pjlr«rtionfi of tha
iiiMira ii' i-'iv.H nforc.iaid
Now. tbr-r.-fon*. I. W Taylor, Cotn
ril«si'i!irr of I ti of h* St Pe of
N'»rth I)nkota. purHmuit to tiift provtnlona
of suPl
I
IIWH, do hirrby ••#»rilfy that
ab'.vt- mi'iiftd '.rjipariy is fullv •rnp»wrcl,
ihiouk'l. I»-4 n«J»lmrl7.-d to transact
i's tipproprtbif* t»'isir»rsfl of Hurfdy Ins'ir
an"0 in this s'a'C a«:*ordln® to the law®
tbf.rrof, until tha Slst «1ay of Majoh. A.
11 191
In icsM'o'.jiy hav» |j»miriti
v. jf.v band and «t P.Umarrk. tbla
ijav of Aprli. A I dj
tHKAl.j
.,u an-
Stop at the yard of tin* (iootiriil^e-t 'all Lumber Co.. look at our model
and listen tn the demonstration our Hs^ent will he more tiuiii ^lad to ^ive
Mode] Silo Construction ntid 111«• lienelits «ierived therefrom. \V« fe«*l
''ort.-iMi that lor less money our ]iroduet will etjiial. if not excel, any silo on tiie
liiailve-. A ml when it conies to strength, durability, simplicity ami non-freozin^
pro|iei-ii.'s, wc can deli\er tlic ^joods in every particular. No matter whether or
sou arc in tlic market for a Silo, w*-earnestly ask you to see
OUR MODEL SILO
And for every man who wishes to better his farming interest we have a
proposition to oM'er that will increase your farm earnings from twenty to lifty
(«oolrili»v-C
When you
9 250,001)00
KaiJioud Ibinds nn! Storks
SLALT*. 'l I't ami other
bonds
17«.arifi
07
H4,r.02.35
tGH,«:.t.09
i0
lift
'orponitP»N STOCKS .......
('asli ON band a a .'.'^
Intrrrst
a FT«
cr it:d
I'rt-lliPltns III OIIIH«» of rulb'O
lion
G.4G7 10
mid tranHini.sab.n ....
13I.K2:! IS
3.0K2 31
2:i,Q72 2ft
not
maiiirod,
TAKEN for I
Alvnn«:o» ON Lotitructa
Suspense
I UTO KXRBSE C^omtrdtteo
I'FIHOMIL LOD^^R Ancounis
I'nadinUUid AsstsfH. $STI.F»7Ii 74
4412 F3
3U.704 71
l.ni 31
u.tnt to
Frank Chesrown.
I.. I. Seeinan,
2U4,'}•)
AM 1,'fibHIMeg, Capital
Stork ZftO.OOO 00
SURPLUS NVFTI nil liability ..... OO.ULIFT S9
T.. I ,IFTBL'i111oh S G04.830.7i
i{ i: i:I PTS
I 'r» in I N
13.154 G7
7.ozr, GS
lo
GG.!i25 41
3*i.06» 35
9 63,7r0 00
"l 'il Pi lid II 'r, fC'«i|vr*l rjiir
iriK tbo venr 20? 00
S'L MP N' I II I A I'OTA.
(Mlirr 'if
,ofnmK«doii*r
of tiw»iriin«
f. Tiivbir. :oniml«.Hlonnr
now oil
fllr tn this oflpo.
In t»*«tlrnony wh^rr-of, I linv* herountO
B«t my hand und nfllird th» h»?»I of tlilS
r.tlbo n' P.lHtnnr'k Uitt 1»t Iaf of April.
A
I* 1.1 TAVf.OU.
iVnnuiiKsl'itifr of Iniiunmco.
S'l ATK "K VbflTll OA KOTA,
,,f ''..rrindsilon'r of Inmirarir^.
niMI'AVVH rniTII'I'ATI-: OIT AH-
TilOl(Pi
'.Vhorrns, The Illtriois Surety CompRny,
a rorporatton nridur tha lnw«
of Illinois, bfts niorl In this offlea
sworn statf»tm-iit xhlldtJiife' ruft^itlnn
and biis,1nr«s for fit** yrar I'rj'lhig F)o^orr»»
l„.r 'il I'd I onformabl*- to tb«» r«*rpdro.
mmls '.f 11.ft tiiv^M "f t!»N stnfr rignbitlns
tii*' iijht o'Sf of IrNiMati'-^, uti'J.
A KO
It.
CorntiiiHsluner of !n»ur»nca
Nuticc lo Talron.-i and Taxpayers of
Wincht.-stor School Uistrict
lirrifl.y iiulill.-'l
in it... hi.u.ls
ilMri. I., ci»MIiriv llu- t.-.rll..ry In I.WI.
slil[) IW, l::ini!.- -T..I :i .li-.lrl.-t II. fiiilir:i:i.
Ti.tll.il.ip
I
I-. I!
in!1'
TI..-S..
the land ntiovn desorllMid, he-
for«» P.
»i. KookM. (derU
of HHt
91.50 PER YEAR, IN ADVX^
ill Lumber Co.
WE
Whi'ii yu want to open an lucount with a
rlrt. '»urt,
I)nt.on, North ihikotii, on the bt.h day
July. I'll"
Claimant names an wit nenneH*.
John Kelseh, of Murle, N. I).
7,743.78
Totnl I "RBIJRSPRNPRI'H .... 9 300,323 33
N'»LTTU PAKI'TA HPS! N KSH
For raK-carpet weaving Ht-e
Brooks. He does K»ol work, (tf)
(Serial No. OlAMtf.) (May -J une ,)
Notice fjr I'uhlication.
department of the Interior
band Office at Itismarek, N. 0..
a
nil*-*. *.f |la Stato of North Dukotn. flo
brrrbv rcrtlfv that tbn fjrr«olng Is a trim
nbstrar-t "f th'» original Mtjjfomont
April P», I'.dJ
Notice l» lierehy irlven thai
l-'UA N l\ MI.IPP.
Of Idnton. North Dakota, who. on March 4,
I'd I, inHde Hornest«*ad Kntry No, for
he HoutheaHt quarter "f .section ti#», Town
ship 1.1~ north, Hanire west of the Fifth
Principal Meridian, has illrd notice of Inteii*
lion to make finfcl commnl at ion proof, to es
tablish rlalm to the land Qbovr descril^ed,
before Hookli. t.lerk of lie IMstrlct
Court, at Union, North lb«kota, on he ISi^l
day of unr, I'.H-.
I'lalrmmt riar/ies as wit m-ssrs'
AnUin liosc.h, of ldnt(»n, N I»
Jacob Hchili, of Idnt.on. N |i.
Joseph Sche.rr, uf [.inton, N I'
Mlcliael 11 itK'-r. of Linton, N I'.
It. N. STKVKNS, IteKlsUT.
I teal-Instate ForecloKure Sale.
Notice IN hepdiy Klven thai that certain
mortKatfe exe/ruted and »b-ilv»-rrt ty Orvllle
A Schaefi»r, rnoiti/aitor, to J, Mann, rnort
fcfaKee, rluteij the Tithdayof November, I'.WH,
and tiled for record In h* ollire of the HeK*
Ister of heeds of hr rou nI of Kmrnons and
si ale of North lak da on thr 17th day of
Novrmbrr, and rrrorded in Hook 20
of .MorttfaireH, at pact's If.K! and will
fire'dos«rd by a sale of tb»* prerntseh in htich
nmrtuaite and hereinafter d*-nrj ii»e(J, at the
front floor 'if the Court Housr in liint'in,
in the county of Krntrnn*. .stat»» ff North Da
kota..it the hour "f o'clock rn. on the
I.'»t day of une, Pd~, lo sat !^fv he amount
due upon such mortirairr i«n tb*-dayof
The premises d«*scr-|be«I
in
such MORTKUKE,
and which will IN NOHJ to
1 l. it l»it it
i. re
.'f
II"- nurity Aiiflllor
for
III.- 1 vision Vi :n-l..^l.-r l»i»
trk-l N. -. Tli.- Kv!^i.xi
(r .nt.:ln|ilal'-s
ui-IHl.ins
jui.-'D
natitfy
are de.«icrli4?d an
lie
North Dakota
INVITE YOU
0
Wtu'h yuu waiit pl.ttr funds tm Crrtificalr of Deposit at a
lilu'ral rat* of ihtfn-sl.
When you u'tiht to makr or renew a loan.
sanie,
foibr*
The Mmtliweht rjii.trt* (.» VS 'i) of Seel Ion
wenty-ftix (^"'). In TOAIISI.IU nn»- hundred
thirty-four (IiM) north. It mu* srvi nty*( iKbt
(*H) went, of the Kifh P.
Ther« will Ih due on sm-h t- .rt^ay** at the
flaUi of aale the Murn of 7», r\rius|v of
the coHtft of forct'losure
(rnyU-Junl^) Jt-J MANN,
will
ln-acti .i u[..it al 11..1 r.'^"iir .1 Hly UtL-.-Ilnif
"f
tl..- Hi.arl'.f "'..uiiiv I'oii.iMlssloniirs.
i«v.»)
I.VNN & COVBNTHV.
Attorney* for
II I.N It II. HA.NM'N.
(,'ounl sui^-rintrndent «»f m:IHIOIi*.
MortK^K*'^-
a ^ee,
Linton, North Dakota.
strong bank.
remit money to any place in this country or
the old world
When you want insurance -fire, lightning or hail.
When yon want to rent a safety deposit .bos..
First National Bank
of Linton, Nor. DoH.
Capital, $25,000.00 Surplus, 10,000.00
1)1 It I2( 'TOItS
Joint Mt:C'rt)ry,
I-. I'irt/.
(Serial No. UKrjopi (May .1 1 4
Notice for I'uliliration.
l)i partrnrnt (if litr Interior.
P. S. l.and Oilier at llismarrk, N
May PiPJ.
Noileit IN hereby nlvrn hat
PETKU SCIII.OSI'K.
tf Marie. North Italiota, who. on May V,
made llomeHtead Kntry No. .tHM.V for .!*•»
southweHt iiuarter of Serilou In, 'rownHhlp
l.lii north. Kaii|e 74 west, of lie I- Ifth Prln
I'lpal Meridian, baw Hied notice of Inten
tion to make final tlve-year proof, to eHtali
list, rlalm
Christ. Vorlander
M. I Darger
W J. ItKCHTLK THRO. HHKNNKK
BECHTLE & BRENNER
City Driy and Transfer Line
l.iKlit&iid heavy hauling done.
iiiK»Ke promptly IranHferruri
In and from (leput.
Wlidlesile and retail dealers in Ice.
at
of
Paul Henuer, of Marie. N.I).
MU'htiel (loldade. of Nturle, N. 1).
Joe Mlt/.el, of Marie, N. lb
73,706 74
It. N. STKVKNH. ICeKlHter.
LINTON, NORTH IJAKOTA.
Pinohurst Stock Farm
Stallions for Sale
Shires and Peroherons
KuntfinK from two to four
y.-iirs old. This is 11 nice lot
of Stallions, the hcav.y-lxiWMt
kind that will mature horses
weighing from 1,8CK) t» 2,'2W
pounds. These horses are
grand lot.
Quality My Main Point
in Breeding
Thc.se. horses are from the
l»est families of their rcs|tuvt
ive. (needs. I ain crowded
for room and must sell. I
make prices that will interest
you. Will l»e pleased to see
you at m.v Iwrn. Yours for
business,
SclfrMga, N. D.
CORN-SEEDS
Hale,
IncjtjfjinK taxes for I'Jlu Tin- mort^a^ee
iiavlntf elrrlr'l to d*c|arr 'tor ti,». wliob
amount unp-tid by n-avm of fnortirayor's de
fault in lie condit «n of va.d n'*t tyauie.
M|kBipi|| Our 29th Annual
ULp\ Catalog is now
I IlLLd ready and free for
the asking. It is a
work of art and full of good things.
KJa| Cora frost MW
WILL'S PIONEER SEED
HOUSE and NURSERY
OSCAR H. WILL CO.
BISMARCK. NO. DAKOTA

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