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OOVEUNOU..
Lie INSTRUCTION
COUNTY AUDITOR..
COUNTY TREASURER.
SHEKII-'F.
STATE'S ATTORNEY
REGISTER OF DEEDS
Nolle* of
Primary Elec-*'1*
To Bo Hold on
MEl'TENANT GOVERNOR.
COUNTY .lUIMiE ...
COI.-NTY SURVEYOR ....
CORONER.
ituuc
11
DISTRICT
Precinct No. 7 Dana. Township I'M, ruuae
i{}
at
SueltzschtM)! house. Inspector.
E. I' Nivagc.
Pn-clnct Nr». S, Hazeiten. Townships 1M
and Mi, range ?». Vote at Hazelteu achool
house. ln*)prcu»r, W. L. Yeater.
Ptccima No. Logan. Towusldps l:M and
j.t»,i.inge ,o Vote at Logau school-bouse.
tor, (*eorge Shepard.
Preclncl No. H), Tell. Townships IM and
l.t», range ,4. ou» at Tell school-house No.
»J. Inspector P.O. Levin.
r*'VL,i'rl
Precinci No. u, Extler. Township 131,
STRASBURG STATEMENTS.
Correspondence of the Record. (June 4.)
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mastel
and John and Kugene Klein went to
Grassner last Sunday.
Mrs.
VV. A. Klein J. P. Henn, Jacob
Fischer, Gregory Kraft, Amos Yonk
er, and Alois Phillips were at Linton
Decoration Day.
Adam Kraft, candidate for county
Judjje, and Conrad Kraft, candidate
fur County Treasurer, were at Lin
ton one day last week.
Mrs. J.
9A iai9
j^uno 26, 1912.
JSTm Wednesday the 26th day of June
N°tice ly^l^^ jv^TreeincU in the county of Emmons, North Da
J*e*t. at giy faction will be held for the nomination of Gongrea
~,i' "state. district, and County Offices, under the provisions of
ffiTptw
of the Seanon Laws of 1907 and acts amendatory thereto:
At said election all qualified electors may vote their choice for
the candidates of their respective parties to be nominated as follows:
CONGRESSIONAL, OFFICERS.
KEI'ltESKNTATIVR IN OONOKKBS. t°necandidate to lw nominated by Uw lt«
SKOONII ('ONUUE8S.OSAL DISTRICT
STATIC OFFICERS.
.1 UlHiE OK THE &UPKBME COURT
SECRETARY OF STATE ....J publican
STATE AUDITOR.
jTwo candidates to le nominated on Don
partisan judiciary ballot.
4 One candidate to lis nominated hv the Re
publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by tlie Democratic party.
One candidate to be nominated hv the Re
publtcan party and one candidate to be
nominated by tf
nominated by the Democratic party.
One candidate to le nominated by the He
publican party and one candidate
nominated by the Democratic party.
iOne
candidate to be nominated bv the Re
publican party and one candidate to lie
nominated by the Democratic party.
4 One candidate to nominated by the Ro-
S1ATK TREASURER publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
4 One candidate to lie nominated by the Re
ATTOlCNEY (JENERAL publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
STATE SUPERINTENDENT OK PUB- One candidate to lie nominated bv the Re
publican party and one candidate to be
1 nominated by the Democratic party.
COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE..
One candidate to be nominated by the Re
publican party and one candidate to be
iiomliiated l»y the Democratic party.
COMMISSIONER OK AGRICULTURE i0f*c candidate to Ikj nominated by the Re
AND i.AliOR 1 publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party,
Three candidates te be nominated by the Re-
COMMISSIONER OF RAILROADS publican party and three candidates to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
KM IlKUS oK THE HOUSE OK REP- Four candidates l« be nominated by the I
|{|-KNTATIVES, TWENTY SIXTI1 publican party and four candidates to
I.KtilH.ATi VK DISTRICT nominated by the Democratic party.
.11'Im»E op THE SIXTH JUIHCIAI* {Two candidates to le nominated on non
DlfTKlCT. "i partisan Judiciary ballot.
COUNTY OFFICKRS.
)publican
One candidate to be nominated by the Re*
party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
4 One candidate to be nominated by the Re
publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
One candidate to be nominated b^ the Re-
Nvcaijiiiiinw uu iiuiiiinaVUil ()Y ine KO
publlcan party and one candidate to lie
nominated by the Democratic party.
"J ed by tl
I i«iip iimTit i'T t'til'liT One candidate to l»e nominated by the Re
CLlJtK Ol 1Mb I'hl ui( 1 VOly K1 ....J publican nart.v and one candidal**
publican parly and one candidate to lx»
nominated by the Democratic party.
One candidate to be nominated by the Re
publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
One candidate to be nominated by the Re
publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
One candidate to be nominated by the Re
publican party and one candidate to lie
nominated by the Democratic party.
One candidate to be nominated by the Re
publican party and oue candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
iOnecandidate
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.. and oue caudidate to be
A I »M I isTltATf'iii I One Candidate to lie nominated by the Re
ADM1.MM KATUR publican party and one candidate to b*
nominated by the Democratic partr.
('dl'.N I'Y COMMISSIONER OF THE One candidate to be nominated by the Re-
TIIIRD DISTRICT publican party and one caudidate to be
nomluated by the Democratic nartv.
col NTY COMMISSIONER OF THE One candidate to be nominated'by'the Re-
Fi»URTII DISTRICT *. publican party and one candidate be
nominated by the Democratic party.
AS^l-.SSoR oF THE FIRST ASSESSOR'S 4 One candidate to be nominated by the Re-
l'our
The following are the names of the pre
••inri?., and tin? polling-places in each, in the
sahl county of Emmons and state of North
Dakota at which .said election will be held*
Precinct No I, Burr Oak. Township 13»i,
ranges and ?.i. Vote at ihe Skiuuer schoid
housc. Ifisnector, John Eastwo'id.
Precln«'l No. l1, licnhatu. Townships and
l.J-i, range 77. ote at the Jones school-houae.
Insjji'ctor, John Itaker.
Precinct No. li, Livona. Township 13».
ranges and 7(. Vole at the Livona school
Ijoum*. Ins|/«?ci»r. Wesley Baker.
Preclrjct No. 4, Cayton. Township u,
ranges ts and 7i». Vote at Glinble nchiol
lioiise. Inspecbir, Oeorgu Suverly.
Preclncl No. "i, lliiinpton. Township |#L
ranges n, 7m and Vote at school-house
No u. I n.*ipeiM.ort S. Ca. Husby.
Preidnct No. 0, Braddock. Township 1»L
range 7". Vote at llraddock school-liouse.
Inspector, M. Doerschlag,
to be nominated by the Re­
publican party and oue candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
SOiie
caudidate to be nominated by the Re
publican party and one caudidate
nominated by the Democratic parly.
.A publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
One candidate I Ite nominated by the Re-
iiuininaieo ny urn democratic party.
....... i.
A^I-.S^oR OF THE SECOND ASSESS-iOne candidate t- lie nominated by the Re
oirs lilTltlcT publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic uarty.
A.st,Ksci!OI' THE THIRD ASSESSOR'S One caudidate to i»e nominated by the Re-
DISTRICT publican party and one candidate to be
nominated by the Democratic nartv
ASSESSOR OF THE FOURTH ASSESS- One candidate to be nominated by the Re
oR S DISTRICT pui!ican party and one candidate to be
publican party
nominated by the Democratic uartv
ASSESSOR OK THE KIFTIi ASSESSOR'S One candidate to l»e nominated t»y the Re-
RICT publican party and m.. candidate Ui
nominated by the Democratic party
II STICES OF THE PEACE rour candidal*.* to be nominated by the Ue
publican party and four candidates le
nominated by the Democratic party.
CONSTABLES
candidates to be nominated by the Re
"i publican party and four candidates to be
nominated by the Democratic party.
ranges ,4 and .... Vote it the residence of
hebast an \\ald. lns|H«ctor. Rochus Dosdt.
I reclnet No. I*» Hague. Townships 12«J and
I.W, ranges .4 ami 7.ri. Vote at Haifue scln^ol
house. Inspt-ctor. Frank Sabil.
Precinct V. M, Linton. Township i:fi,
ranges and 77. Vote at Krauklin school
house. Inspector, W. E. Petrie.
Precinct N«» 17, Strasbuig. Township Wt.
ranges and 17. Vote at Sirasburg school
house. Inspector. J. J. Baumgartner.
1
irV!il,,cl r.^' h^ld. Townships f!5J
and !.#», range Vote at Rowerdlnk's store,
luspector, CJ Rowerdlnk.
rwe»nci^No.
rw,*l*J«-t
Omio. Township 133, ranges
I and i-1. oie at Lovell school house. In
spector. J. II. JenniiuH.
Precinct No. 1^, McCulley. Township li'i,
range .t». Von* at Larvick flail. Temvlk. in
spector, Charles DeWltt.
Pieclnct No. ].{. Dakfin. Towushlp
ranges I und ».). Vote at liosch school-bouse'
Inspector. Joseph Bosch.
Amos Yonker went to Eure­
ka last Wednesday to look after her
millinery business there.
W.S. Ferry, John Kuhacka and
Lawrence Mastel took a flying trip
to Zeeland, Sunday.afternoon.
P. Henn left last week via
Linton on the N. P. for a few weeks'
visit with friends and relatives at
Perham and Holloway, Minn.
Supt. H. H. Hanson sold two au
tomobiles to the Strasburg Bazaar,
one to Mike Haumgartner, and one
to !{. Yolk, one day last week.
Alois
Phillips closed his second
year of successful school in the
Strasburg public schools, Friday.
Mr. Phillips is again re-eleted aa
principal of our shools for the en
suing year. 'yj
The final eighth-grade examina
tions were held here in our school
for the first time in March and May
with the following results: Tius
Kraft, passed in one subject Joseph
Kraft, in two Joseph Bauman,
hh,recV ..
L™?Mne Klein-
'our and
Wendell Wikenheiser and Mike
Baumgartner passed all but orthog­
No. !£J, Putnam Township 19V.
ranges .8 and «H, i-xcept sections 1 to 12 in
each township. Vote at Putnam achool
iinuse. Inspector, CIitr Putnam.
I recinct No &j, Ulanavon. Townshin l'1"!
rauges aud 7i». Vote at school-house No. 1.
Inspector, Steve Silk.
Precinct No. z\, Buchanan. Township lftti.
range n. »oie at Buchanan achooi-house
Inspector, A E Dutton.
Precbict No. &> Klntyre. Township 130,
I hVJ. ''teatkliityre school-house No.
!nt,»,er,u,r' Farrell.
I he p»dis will be opened at 9 o'clock a. m.
and closed ti o'clock p. m.
May,"a1 l»li'i'"*0"'
N l,lU 341,1
d»y
raphy and grammar, while John M.
J£ile,n finished all but grammar.
These boys should continue school
long enough to finish the eighth
grade, and have the honor of being
the first graduates of Strasburg.
Lvery boy and girl should at least
finish the eighth grade, which we
call a common school education.
Rev. F. Clemet, of Mandan, visit
ed with Rev. M. Speckmeier a few
days last week. Rev. Clement spoke
very highly of our grand church
and excellent parochial school. He
raid that the people of Strasburg
can be justly proud of their worthy
pastor, Rev. Speckmeier.
A class of 88 boys and girls cele
brated their first communion in the
St. Peter and Paul's church here
Sunday, May 26th. Rev. Max
Speckmeier, our able pastor, gave
very touching and instructive ser
mon. The singing of the choir,
conducted by the Ursuline Sisters,
was excellent and the Strasburg
Cornet Band also rendered a few
hymns during services. Much cred
it is due Rev. Speckmeier and the
Sisters for their untiring efforts
training the children under their
charge.
BRADDOCK BREVITIES.
(News, May 30.)
You can hear the grass grow.
Did you ever see the crops look
better—at any time of the year?
Mesdames Savage and Clarke re
turned the first oftheeek from
the speaking tour throughout the
southern part of the county in the
interest of the tatter's
candidacy
bounty superintendent of schools.
Mrs. J. F.Snyder, of Hazelton.
visited friends in Brsddock Friday
last.
"5!
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson came
up from Linton Friday to attend the
closing exercises of the Braddock
schools.
The rain Monday night and Tues
day was one of the heaviest of the
season, and insures a bounteous crop
for the Braddock district.
From the looks of some ot th
back alleys and yards, it looks as
though a small "clean up" move
tnent would not come amiss in Brad
dock.
Miss Lucile McCullen. returned
to her home at Underwood, Wednes
day, after a successful term of
school. While in Braddoek Miss
McCullen made many warm friends.
Mrs. P. McHugh, one of the well
known society women of Bismarck,
who has been the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. J. D. McCusker, of
this city, returned home Friday last
after a short visit with her daughter
and family here.
Senator H. W. Allen, Louis M.
Doerschlag, John Allensworth mot
ored to Linton to-day to attend the
general celebration and the meeting
of the Nortth Dakota development
league* It is understood that Mr.
Doerschlag will deliver an address.
ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT
For th» Year Ending Dacembar 31,
A. D. 1911.
Of th* condition aud afTuirs of the (Jerinao
American of New York, organized under
the laws of the State of New York,
made to tha Commissioner of Inauranca
of the stat« of North 1'akotu. In pursu
ance of the laws of said state.
President—William N Krenu-r.
Secretary—C. G- Smith
Vice President—Louis K. Oommerlcb
1'rlnclpal Oltice—1 Liberty street. New
York City.
Attorney for Service or Process In
State of North Dakota:
Name. ommlss4oner of Insurance toca
tlon. lilsmarck, N. D. __
Organised or Incorporated. March. 1873.
Commenced business. March 7. 187?.
CAPITAL
Amount of Capital Stock paid
up to full I 2,000,00000
ASSETS
Value of Keai Estate Owned by
the Company $ 2.470,000.00
Loans on Bon da snd Mort
gagee 227.979.40
United States Stocks and
floods nafiso.no
Itallroad bonds and Stocks... .10.615.407 00
State. City. County and otbor
bonds 2.W037 00
Dank Stocks 717,948.00
Other Corporation Stocks .... 1.272,977.89
Casb oo hand and In Hank.... 1.008.674.9ft
Interest due and accrued 118,1)46 06
Premiums In course of collec
tion and transmission 1,505,077.46
Kents due and accrued H,400 76
All other sums due to tha com
pany fl.304.T5
Unadmitted Assets 506,025.63
Total Assets
111. Union. Townshiu* W and
I.KI, range Vote at scIhn) house No. 4. In
spector, Barend Loovenga.
Precinct No. SO, Emmonsburg. Township
Ifci. ranges 8 and ?.». Vote at Tut tie school
house.
sInspector,
o. E Burge
I rednct No. 21, Winona. Township 131,
ranges and 7«, and sections 1 to 12 In town
ship l:». ranges 7H aud 7» Vote at Hachmeier
schwl-houseNo.7. Inspector, W.E.Carpente%
I20.017.mil
LIABILITIES
Gross claims for
Losses adjusted
and unpaid 9 144,220.00
f*roas claims for
losses upon which
no sctton has been
taken 1.0G0.49G35
Losses resisted by
the Company .... 108,110.00
Total gross amount
of claims for
fosses .ll.S07.830.8B
Deduct Reinsurance
and salvage claims
tberoon
429.007.21
Net nmouut of un
paid Losses
Amount of unearned
I'rondums ou nil
outstaudlog risks
Due for Commis
sions and Broker
age
All other Liabilities
30.900 05
4S4.242.87
Total Liabilities.. $9,548.US197
ItKOEIPTS
Premiums received during the
year lo Casb $8.35U,80G.97
Inteieat and Dividends received
during the year CSl.KM.
Rents received during the year 22ih6l8.
Amount received from all other
source* C3.489.G&
Total Uecelnts 89.834.807.05
DISBURSEMENTS
Losses paid during the year.. .$4,797,839.88
Dividends paid during the year 555.000.00
Paid for Commissions and
Brokerage 1.625.907.97
Paid for salaried. Fees and
other charges 315.654.12
Paid for Tases 294.08? 93
Amount of all other Disburse
meuts 1.538.076.49
Total Disbursements $9,130,505.99
NORTH DAKOTA RUSINTTSS
Total risks taken durlug Ojg
year $2.935.660 00
otnl Premiums received
during the year R5.525 »4
.Total Losses locurred during
the year *9.589
Total amount of Losses paid
during the year 31.247
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA.
Office of Commissioner of Insurance
I, \V. Taylor. Commissioner of Insur
ance of the State of North Dukota. do
hereby certify thai the foretfuJuiE a true
abstract the original statement now on
fll# Id this office.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
set my hsnd and affixed the sesl of this
Office at Histuarck Die 1st day of April
A. 1912.
8ICAL W. TAYLOIl.
ol
r. JOHN SNYDER.
I)akot °r ^,Illno,ls bounty, North
Commissioner of tiiHurance.
STATE OK NORTH DAKOTA,
Office of Cnuimlssinner i»f Insurance
COMPANY'S CERT! I'll 'AT E OK AU­
THORITY
Whereas, The fJenoan American Insur
ance Co., a corporation organized under
the laws of New York, 1ms filed hi (his
office sworn statement eshililllri^ iis con
dltlou aud business for the year enditm
December 31, 11*11* conformable to the
requirements of the laws of this st:Mc
regulating the business of 1 nsura»»«••. :«nd.
Whereas* The said Company has filed In
this olllce a duly certified copy of its
charter with certillcute of oitfiinixalion in
compliance with the re|uii-einctt» ihc
Insurance laws aforesaid
Now, therefore, I. W. C. Taylor. «'om
mftaslouer of Insurance of the State of
Nortli Dakota, pursuant to the provisions
said law.s, do hereby certify that the
above named Company Is fully empowered,
through Its authorised agents, to transact
Ita appropriate business of Eire, t.iKhlnlng,
Ternsdo aud Marine Insurance in this state
according to the laws thereof, until the
31st day of March. A. 1913.
lo testimony whereof. I have hereunto
set ray hand and seal at llismarck, ttala
1st day of April. A IU12.
(SEAL) W TAYLOR.
Commlsaiouer of losurauce
ABSTRACT Ofi STATEMENT
For the Year Ending December 31»
A. D. 1911.
Of the condition and affairs of the Fire
man's Fund Insurance Compuuy of Kau
Francisco, California, organized under the
laws of the State of California, made to
the Commissioner of Insurance of the state
of North Dakota, in pursuance of the law#
ef said state.
President—Wm. J. Dutton.
Secretary—Louis Welniuann.
Vice President—Heruard Faymonville.
Principal Offlce-401 California street.
Attorney for Service of Process In the
State of North Dakota:
Name. Commissioner of lusurance loca
tion. Itlsmarck, N. D.
Organised or Incorporated. May 6, 1803.
Commenced business, Juue 18, 1863.
CAPITAL
Amount of Capital Stock paid
Up in full $1,500,000.00
ASSETS
»,.nof,,lu'al
Owned
by the Company $ 557.442.3t
Loans uu Uouds uud Mort
787,403.62
itallroad lioiuls and Stocks
Mate, City, County and other
bonds: Rank Stocks other
Corporattou Stocks 6.132.158.52
TEMVIK TALK.
Correspondence of the Record. (June 3.)
Mrs. C. Lewis, of Braddock, has
been in town sewing for Mrs. Davis
the past week.
Rev. A. M. Wiley will preach in
the school-house on Sunday, June 9,
1912, at 3 p. m.
Our merchant, U. Schatz. Sr.,
made a business trip to Mandan on
Monday, the 3rd.
Quite a number from town attend
ed Memorial Day exercises at Lin
ton on Thursday.
Mr. Walter Dodd returned hoine
Tuesday night from Iowa, where he
was called by the death of his sister.
Miss Mabel Morton and ICiss Ethel
Seeley, from east of town, were
guests of Mrs. DeWitt over Sunday.
Dr. C. O. Smith, the Linton dent
ist, was doing business in our little
burg Tuesday and says he will come
again.
We neglected to mention the fact
that our flour mill at Temvik has
been making flour agian the past
three weeks.
Mr. A. E. Chambers was shaking
hands with his old friends in Temvik
on Tuesday evening. He left
Wednesday over the N. P. for his
home in Washington.
R. E. Holm and Franz Temple ac
companied Chris Bieber to Bismarck
on Tuesday of last week to attend a
meeting of the M. B. A. lodge at
that place. The trip was made in
Mr. Beiber's auto. They returned
the next day.
SCHOOL NOTES.
Leonard Zunkel is still absent on
account of illness.
Hontz Temple was absent Friday
on account of work.
Miss Mabel Morton visited the
primary room Monday morning.
The Misses Maud and Mabel Ben
edict visited the upper grades Mon
day afternoon.
Fred Schatz has been absent since
Tuesday last because of sickness
caused from dental work.
Miss Rachel Davis left school last
week. She goes to Wisconsin this
week to attend the graduating ex-
Ihu
Livery and Feed
Temvik, Nor. Dak.
fyDray Line In Connection
•78.772.12
8,155,000.08
Loans on Collateral Security.. ^.731o'j
Cash on hand aud In Hank 674,JtK.47
Interest due aud accrued 85.1IU.04
Premiums In course of collec*
tion and transmission 1,105,908.78
Dills receivable, not matured.
taken for Marine aud luland
Risks 22,028.33
All other sums due to the com
pany. due Feb. 23, 11)12 from
Washington Fire Insurance
Co. on Re-Insurance, Contract
secured by bouds and inort
pife'cs 78,880.74
Market value of itonds and
Htocks over Rook Value 1,090.03
Unadmitted Assets
Total Assets
008,
00,
Total Kross amount
claims for
Losses $
IN'duct K«» ItiHuranco
aud salvage claims
thereon
2,784.
Net amount of un
paid Losses
Amount of unearn
ed i'lcmluius on
all out.stnudiiitf
risks
Due for Coiumia*
slons and ltroker-
H«e
All other Liabilities,
salaries, rents,
etc., federal ami
other taxes due
and act-rued, also
earned quarterly
dlvhb'uds to Dec.
:u. 1011
Total Liabilities..
RKCKII*TS
Premiums n«coivcd during Ihe
year In Cash $5,
Interest and dividends received
during the year
Rents received during the year
Amount received from all other
sources
Total
Losses paid during the year...$3,
Dividends paid during the year
Paid for fommisMioiiH and
brokerage
Paid for salaries. Fees and
other charges
Paid for Tuxes
Amount of all other Disburse
ments
1«H ,078.20
180,000.00
000,84(0.53
In testimony whereof, I have hereunte
set my baud aud attixed the seal of this
otlice at Hismarck the 1st day of April
D. 1012.
(SKA I.J W. C. TAVI.MH.
'mmlMiloiier of liiHiiriince.
STATU Ol." NOItTU DAKOTA.
ottlcc of .luluIssioncr of Insurance.
CHMI'ANV'S CEItTIKICATK OK
thohity.
Wlicrcas, The Klrcnicn's Kunil Insur
nine Co., a cui'iiorallon oi'KHiiixcil umlcr
II.i' laws of California, lias fllt'il In this
sworn Htuti uicnt vxlill.ltIiik Us mn.
.litii.n iin.l IiiisIiicsh for tlie yesr i-mlliiii
Di'cciiilici- ill, loll, cuiifornuilili. to tlm
requirements of tii« laws of tills stale,
re^iilatiuK tlie Innrinesa of Insurance, ami,
Wl.jri'a.-., The sahl Company lias llkd
In this olllce a duly eertltleil copy of Its
charter wltlt certificate of orKatilXHtlou In
compliance wltli tin' requirement* of Ilia
TEMVIK, NORTH DAKOTA
ercises there June 10th and for a
visit with friends and relatives
there.
We have but eight days of school
yet. The attendance has been quite
good for this busy time of the year.
It Wnnl Right.
An old man (if being ninety
three is old) walked along Kearny
street somewhat laboriously. Al
though feeble physically, there was
an air of prosperity about him.
That was what attracted the atten
tion of a "touch" artist.
"Say, mister," said the tramp,
coming up, "could
YOU
help a poor
fellow to get a meal
The old man looked him over and
then exclaimed: "You ought to be
ashamed of yourself, coming to me
for help! Evidently you don't know
that I am an orphan."—San Fran
cisco Chronicle.
Old newspapers for sale at the
Record office—a nickel for a bunch
of fifty. Good for putting on shelves
and under carpets.
(Seital No.0lt.VW.) (May 3—JuneG.)
Notice for Publication.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Peter Schmidt, of Temvik, N. D.
Martin Schmidt, of Linton, N. D.
Christof Krlejr, of Temvik, N. D.
George II uber, of Tetnvlk. N. D.
8
Department of the Interior,
LJ. S. Land Office at Hismarck, N. D.,
April 2A, U»U*.
Notice Is hereby siren that
MATH IAS REICH,
Of Temvik. North Dakota, who. on Decern
Iter f, tltti, made Homestead Entry No. 370U4,
Serial No. OsfiW, for the northwest quarter of
Moutheasi quarter and northeast quarter of
southwest quarter of Section 2, Township
l'Ct north, Range 77 west of the Fifth Princi
pal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to
make final live-year proof, to establish
claim to the land above, described, liefore
P. U. Rooks. Clerk of the District. Court, at
Linton. North Dakota, on the 8th day of
June, 1JI2.
It. N. STEVENS, Register.
(Serial No.07877.) (May 0—June 30.)
Notice for Publication.
Iepartrnent
of the Interior.
U. S. Land Ortice at Hismarck, N. D.,
April 27,11U2.
Notice is hereby gtveu that
JAMES 11. JKNNINUS,
Of Temvik, North Dakotu, who, 011 January
£'•, li*Uti, made Homestead Entry No. &JH14.
for the south half of the northwest
quarter and the south Half of the north
east quarter of Section £, Township I'itt
north, Range 75 west of the Fifth Prin
cipal Meridian, has tiled notice of Inten
tion to make final tlve-year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land altove described, be
fore Charles It. Carley, Judge and Ex-Udiclo
Clerk of the County Court, at Linton, North
Dakota, on the 2ttth day of June, lid^.
Claimant names as witnesses:
(-hades E. Ureen. of Temvik, N. D.
tieorge Dexter, of Tetnvlk, N. D.
Ueorge Urogan, of OnU". N. D.
William Schwab, of Linton, N. D.
A
WD
R. N STEVENS, Register.
R. C. BCJHLINOAME
Dealer In
REAL, ESTATE
Town Property Large List of Lands
Notary Public
TKMVIK, Nolt. IIAK.
Insurance laws aforesaid.
Now, Therefore, I, W. C. Taylor, Com
missioner of Insurance of Ute State of
North Dakota, pursuant to the provisions
of said laws, do hereby certify that the
above named Company is fully empower*
ed, through Its authorized agents, to
transact Its appropriate bustnesa of Fire
Insurance in this state according to the
'ILI'LT*'
8,tiiH,8Ul.O0
LIARIL1TI.
(•rosa Haims for
Losses adjusted
and unpaid, not
due $ QU,344.U
Gross claims for
losses upon whlelt
u» artiou has heeu
taken
Losses resisted by
tlu* Company....
U"TN TFAE AL8T DTTY OF MAIVH»
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and seal at itlsunmk, this
1st day of April, A. I. 1012.
(SEAL) W. C. TAYLOR,
Commissioner of Insurance.
.»8,04«,501.74 ABSTRACT OP STATEMENT
For the Year Ending December 31,
A. D. 1911.
Of the condition and affairs of the Minne
sota Mutual Life Insurance Co. of 8t. Paul,
organised under the laws of the State of
Mluneaotn. made to the Commissioner of
Insurance of the State of North Dukota,
I11 pursuance of the laws of said state.
President— R. W, Randall.
Secretary—T. H. Phillips.
Vice President—II. II. Llndeke.
Principal Office—St. Paul.
Attorney for Service of Process In the
State of North Dakota:
Name, Commissioner of Insurance loca
tion, Rismnrck, N. D.
^Organized or Incorporated Aug. Otto.,
Commenced business Aug. 0th., 1880.
517,423.80 ASSETS
Loans secured by Deeds of
Trust or Mortgages on Real
Estate $ t.*Kt,407.r2
8,714,707.07 Premium Notes and Louns.. 803,041.14
United States 8tocks ami
Bonds 247,025.00
181,500.00 1 State, City, County and other
lionds 108,440.00
Railroad Bonds 150,104.00
Oasb on hand and In Rank... 00,544.05
Interest due and accrued.... 01,504.20
Net amount of Deferred and
outstanding Premiums 78,233
All other Assets—bills recelv-
154.rtfH).O0 able, agents' balances, fur
ullurt. Ustures, etc 15,350 70
$4,508,131.23
Total
Receipts $5,81!M:iy.()l
DLSIlliKSKMKXTS
Agents' balances.!
Rills Receivable.
Premium Notes
aud Loans on
10,410.00
23,340.05
10,000.00
of
ox-
500,0:!0.40
152,403.24
mar*
273, iti0.8j
Total Disbursements #5,204,708.23
NORTH DAKOTA RUSINKSS
Total risks taken during the
year 11,018.480.00
Tiai Premiums received dur
ing the year 30,000.21
Total Losses lucurred during
the year 25,550.15
lotal amount of Losses paid
during the year 20,205.82
STATU OF NORTH DAKOTA.
Otllce of Commissioner of Insurance.
1, W. C. Taylor, Coinmlslouer of lusur
ance of the State of North Dakota, do
hereby certify that the foregolug Is a true
aostraet or tue orlglual statetueut now ou
tile In this olllce.
27,078.00
Total
ted
ruadmlt-
Assets $
kotathe
2.204.37
3/102.42
Policies in ev­
5,355.00
serves ..
Furniture, ...
turps, Supplies
a
matter, etc....
Rook Value
lionds In
e«ss of
ket value
Re-
Flic-
00,374 84
Aincr.
3/4
In* Hurplun
Rurplus iiHHlifn.Ml to A mi mil
nnd Iltifcrrort Dividend inill
cl«i
UuhhIkiiihI Surplus.i
A BANK ACCOUNT IS NOT
ONLY A LUXURY BUT A NE
CESSITY TO A SUCCESSFUL
BUSINESS MAN
r°"r
•••_«fgf Do you know a man or woman who is conduct
ing a successful business without the assistance of
bank account?
,n North
No matter what line of business you -»re eriH.-jg,.-^
in—farming, merchandising, teaching, clerking or
of the professions, you should have an account wit!,
a bank—this bank.
We furnish a bank book and checks free.
E E O N S A E A N
TEMVIK, NORTH DAKOTA
s«zmzmzmzmimz«mmimi»zmz«x«zn*z*z
Gottlieb Schatz
—Dealer In—
Da*
Total Loaaoa paid during the
_X*®r.,n North Dakota 8,000.00
Total Losses Incurred during
the year.
1
3,427,701 711
JtlfftCMl uud not
lu« 2ri.0in.iKi
Total Policy riiilniH "~]f
Net present viiIih- of nil out
stniKlliig (MillclcM ... "Actu
aries." 4 |icr cciii, uu,|
|Kr cunt
nivldcmlH ilii* iiuil iiiiiihIiI.
T»IC« flue nnd uuimlil.
All other Mal.llltl.ui cxrluil'
J.IOI.IMl
•t,HH0.34
10,000.«)
General Merchandise
TEMVIK, NORTH DAKOTA
We Carry a Complete Line of Dry Goods.
Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Etc.
tzmzmzmzmzmzmxxmzmzmmmzmz*!*
E. M. LARVICK
DEALER IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
I Always Carry a Full Line of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Light and Heavy
Hardware, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes
Bring Uu Your
Hutterand Eggs
»XPBNDITURR8
Paid for Losses end Addi
tion*
Paid for surrendered policies
Cash surrendered vaues ap
plied In payment of Pre.
mlume
Dividends paid to Policyhold
ers
Gash paid during the year for
303.331.48
77.M1.M
raoom
STATE OF NOllTH DAKOTA,
.c™0,^.Cci?m.,,»lo"er of Insurance.
I. W. C. Taylor, Commissioner of Intttr
ance of the State of North Dakota, do
i'hn~c,C,'",lE "at the foregoln* is a true
5?e 5 th°« office "O" on
yh0IFnf',
1 h»v«
S2« Wi seal of this
A? D. 012. t,e ,l't daJ' of Apr11
(SHAL) W. C. TAYLOR.
Commissioner of Insurance.
STATE OK NORTH DAKOTA.
.'^en?v(.r™m'"slo"or
of
Insurance.
COMPANY S ^TJir^CATB OF AU-
Whcrens, The Mlnsesota Mutual Life
oorIxratlon
W,'i*1rr":lil
9 3,404,070.63
organlewl undor the
has UIcmI In this offloe a
eworo statement exhibiting Its eotidUIons
inn
tn,T, t,1#
ye«r ending Doc. 31.
?hi l«n?« ".'i"i
t,IB
""H'lrements of
the lans of tills stnt». regulatlnir the bus
iness of Insurniise. and.
""l(l Ownpany haa filed
In I his oltice a duly certified eon* of Its
charter with certificate of organisation In
compliance with tlie requirements of the
Insurance laws aforesaid.
Now. Therefore. I. \v. c. Taylor. Oom
v!S""f.ri, Insurance of tlie State' of
of mId luXl"'
to tl,e
provisions
or said laws, do beroby certify tliut #in»
t,'ny,2 Is fully empower
r'i Its autliorfr.ed aennts. to trans
net Its appropriate business of Life Insur- I
»nee In tills state according to the Uwi
D.?rms."
th* MNt-
an.:i74.H4
Tolnl Atlmlltril AmhcIk. ... $
I.IAIill.lTllos
Policy chiling In
proreHH of nil
jiistinent, or ml
44.H50.ft4
If'.Urt 34
uu.i.ir,n
I Tolsl l.lnlillltle# I i, 427,701.70
I N O I
pew I'rpiuluinslnn.M.'itKi
K.nawsl rreiul-
AO
u,"» r70.0li7.M
I Total ........ 070,(111 r,H
Dart net I'renil.
I utiM paid for
lt* lnMtimijr- l,W»7 12
WVtnl l'r*fnliifii IhroiiiH*,,,. a NTUT 7iu AMI
llllrr-f.nl mn) (||v|(l«fMln
Vncofii# frutu ill otlmr wtuffmn jj
ot u™ h, a!
iu ti Htlmoiiy whereof, I have hereunto
jet niy hand and seal at Hismarck this
J"? April, A. D. 1012
(a»AL) tT. 6. TAYLOR,
Comuilsalouer of Insurance.
ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT
For the Vear Ending December 31,
A. D. 1911.
lh,°
2u,oiri.oo
eoiidltlon and affairs of (he
'•ormnnlii Klro 1ns Co. of Now York, or
iiaiil!Mt undor the laws of the Slate of I
New ork, innilu to the Commissioner
of Insiiruni'o of tlio SUto of North Da- I
stato of the laws of said
'resident-
Hugo Hcliumann.
c!
Vul1
Uornuth and
«eo. li ICdwurdn.
Hecrotary- -fluatav Kehr.
New yljrk m,co-®2 William street.
Attorney for sarvlew of process In the
•.
Highest Prices
Paid for Crenm
687.19
26,078.71
Commissions and Salaries..
Rents paid during the yenr..
Taxes paid during the yenr..
Cash paid for Advertising
Amount of all other cash
penditures
113,774.17
MflO.GH
10,732.43
3,344.n2
30,502.88
"L:
Total Expindltnre« 570 !iVt 7a
MI SCKI.L A NEOIIS
Whole number of nollcle*
written In Nortli Dakota
210
,e*r' pa,d b,ull•)•
Total Rtska taken during the
'e!r'n North Dakota 338.81S.7B
Total Premium received dnr-
CanK on hSnd an4 Ml Bank .. ,75.4vi :s
Interest due and accrued .... 88,20:/.
Premiums in eourae of collec
a a 4 0 6 9
Rents due and acorued lai u)
.. »«,855,ssi
Unadmitted Assets, Agents.
balance representing busi
ness written prior to Oct.
1. 1911 2,90 T]
Total Aasets 16.852,CU.
I.IAHILITIES
Gross claims for
Losses adjusted
and unpaid 116.46S.I4
Gross claims for
Losses upon which
no action
been taken 110,017.24
Losses resisted by
the Company.... SS.S07.3f
Total gross amount
of claims for
Losses $ 260,030.56
Deduct Uc-lasuranee
and salvage claims
thereon 7M77.04
Net amount of unpaid
Losses i:v.:,53."2
Amount of unearned Premiums
on all outstanding risks .$3v2:vj:
Due for Oonunlsaions and
Brokerage
All other Liabilities
hereunto
Total Liabilities la.SG'U'H
liRCKllTH.
Premiums rcrrJviMl dtirlng Ibe
year In Cash
IutreHt nnd IlvldendH receiv
ed during the year
Konts received durtoig the
year f.a.aiy
Amount received from all other
sources p.',...::
Total Receipts :-j-
DI8HUHSKMKNTS.
Losses paid during tiro year ..'I
Idvidenda paid during the
year 2rM».tn„
Ttild for t'omuii&fhiutf uud Hrok
erage u.M'.'.Oti .'i
I'ald for Kiilnrk'*, i*e»'H and
other charges
Paid for Taxes* 1
Amount of ail uther Pis
burbCttiMH* I4S.II4
Total Disbursements |:i,oh« ,45» •''•j
NOUTII DAKOTA ItTHIMCSS.
Totnl rinks tuketi during the
year li.ncT.aSt
Total I'ri'mlmtijj ret*ilvrd dur
ing the year i»
Total I«osik»8 lix'urrcd during
the year n."T. :2-:
Total ntnounl of Loaaea paid
during the year n.UP
STATE oy NOUTII DAKOTA.
Ofllce of ConunU8U»ni'r of limunuj
I W. 0. Taylor, OniadKHiouer of Iik'
mice of the State of North lMk.:t. d
hereby certify that the foreu-lni: I?
true abstrnrt of the otigiuui
now on tile 1« thin (.tHre
In testimony whereof, I have lief'-sni'"
tet tuy hand aud ailUed the (!eal of th.'
olllce at lilsinarek the Ist day of a pro
A. D. 1012.
ISKAL) W. C. TAYI.oU.
1
Htnte of North Dakota:
Nanie, Commissioner of Insurance: loca
tion, Itlnmnrcli, N II.
l«Mr'""''U'1 "r 't" "rlM"'Sl
Id1
Kubruary,
.'oiiinioiicisl liuniiuiuM, March. USD
CAPITAL.
A iniiu tit of Capital Htock uild
up In full 11,000.000 00
AHHICTH.
Value of Itnal Matalo Owtio.l
by
tlie 01111,1111 710.000 00
I
.Mil
T.lal iifjtiv'Ml
OS on lloixle and Mort-
H"fldn «AA 00
llallrotMl Itoiiila end Utooka'.'! J,17fti7O0!0O
liiatn, ny. loiinty and other
it«.Vk h. 749,0(1.00
lifltiM ntodtiM 6H 40a IS
Olliei (.'oruoratloii uttMika .' litiiioiu
Commissioner of lusum:-e
RTATB OP NORTH DAKOTA.
Olllce of Commissioner of lusuranre
COMPANY'S CBRTIPICATR Ol* \l
THOU1TY
Whereas, The Germania Fire In*--*
ance Oo., a corporation organized un»i«
the laws of New Vork, haa Med In
cdllce a sworn statement exhibiting
condition and business for the year end
ing December 31. ll»ll, c»»nfurinal.Uj
tlio requiretnenta of the law.s of ii
atate. regulating the business of Ins
ane©. nnd,
\Vhen*Hs, The said Company haf tis 1
this ofHce a duly eertlOed ropv of lt« **l
ter with certlQcate of organixntion In
pllnnce uith the requirement* of th»*
suruuee laws nforesuid.
Now. therefore. I. W C.
1
nilastoner of l^ig^nee af the
North Dnkota, fuwuaot to th*' provi-^
of said Isws, do hereby certify that r.
itbove nsmed Company is fully empow^re-*
throuKh Its authorised sgents, to tr:in
Its appropriate business of Fire nn 1
land Insurance In this state ac"ri.:s
to the laws thereof, until the 31st !.i'
of March, A D. 1913.
In testimony wheseof, I have hereto*
set my hand and seal at Bismarck, la
1st day of April. A 1912
ISRAI.) W. C. TAYI.Oli.
Commlcaioner of lusuruucn

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