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Emmons County record. [volume] (Williamsport, D.T. [i.e. N.D.]) 1884-current, June 06, 1912, Image 5

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R. R. HOOUE, H. D.
was in Hazelton Tues-
M. i
,Mi:y l'lacc to trade is the Lin­
ton Ca?h More.
David Caliiuhoun
was down
Temvik Friday.
Lou Ilarwood
Temvik Saturday.
Cluveringa was up from
Strasburg Thursday
Glen Turner
has been spending
several days in
Alex. liosch
has moved into his
new hmise
Win Maxwell and
Winona, spent 1-ridav
fi. I'ettis,
General Practice. Tt1E
was over from the
K. Farrell. of
Kmtyre, was in
was down from
Mr, 1'iottlieb Bechtle
turned fro"
Mr. and Mr?.
has re­
Scott Cameron have
returned from
Jos. Bosh were
,n from I akom
1v II lluisinfjh, of
Hull, was in
town Thursday of last
[i Smith spent
I uesday in Hazel-
ton on professional
Comrade John
O'Flynn. of Winona,
was in Linton
Memorial Day.
Knui llardt has
purchased a Yale
motori'yL'ie from
Frank Irvine.
Viet/: has returned from Far
go where he spent
several days.
A. U. Uudy and
son, Gilbert,
in Linton.
Wm. Maxwell
has gone to Canada
few weeks'
inspection trip.
Kight ".-cent
Sardines at the Linton
Cash Store, tf
E. Mnte and Frank
Barta were
Kintyre people in Linton
The deadest and
best line of Gro­
ceries are s^M at
the Linton Cash
Dr. K. K. Ib'gue
made a business
visit jtuints west of
the river Sat­
Adam Jangula has
quit, the Bosch
store and is new
working for Tom
L. I). Sec man spent
Thursday of
list week in Temvik
on business
Jacob Ihiil'nian, of
Eureka, spent
aeoupie ot days in
Linton this week
on business.
Lb Seeman was
visiting rela­
tives in the Napoleon
German Dam 111
the opera-house
Friday nigh!. Good
music. Tickets,
7."i cents.
Mrs. A. N. .lunge will
the I'riscilla club at
her home this
Miss Winnie Hates
has gone to
Minnesota for a few
weeks' visit at
old home.
Martin ohlhauscr,
the Temvik
drayman, spent
Thursday of last
week in Linton.
Jos. Bu.-ch spent, a
couple of days
in Hazelton on business
the fore
part of the week.
!. 1!. Tuttle and James
and Mrs.
King were
Kmniunsbwrg people
in town a couple
of day? last week.
Horn. Tuesday, May
28th, to Mr.
a girl. Moth­
er and child doing well.
Mrs Cfiarles Lane
expects to leave
to-day for an extended
visit with
relatives in Pennsylvania.
J. B. Davis was
down from Tern
vik Tuesday, lie will
visit to
soon leave for
Manager Turner
has received
word that his engine
for his electric-
light plant has been
Miss Keim returned
Saturday to
her home at Kureka
after spending
the week with Linton
Kov ('arley and
A. M. Britts are
absent tins week
at the mouth of the
Heaver on a ii.-hing
Mr. and Mrs.
Bidwell, of Hazel­
ton, wvre in town
Tuesday on their
way to Sioux City,
for a visit.
Leo Lberle has [been
around this
week taking orders
for a book en­
titled Nnking of the
Charlie Di. Witt returned
this week
Dtibu-jUe. Iowa
where he was
called by tin? death
of his father.
The Lint' public
schools closed
tor the season last
week and the
teachers have ft
for their homes.
Merchant Jo-. Eberle
spent a few
'iajs this week
in Aberdeen on a
wm.i'.nfi! business
and pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Atha and fam-
have {?.,!». to Ortonville, Minn.,
lora lev weeks'
visit with Earl's
ton friends.
and Miss
Hui,bard, of
Hazelton, spent
^rali.dVs last week
visiting Lin­
°f Temvik, one of
"ie Democpatif candidates for Reg
sier of DfcfHjj. was
in town Fridav
ot :a.-t v..jtk.
who has a claim in
of the county, is
for A. M.
'H me barbr-- .shop.
Fischer has a claim. He reports
crop conditions excellent out there.
Rev. S. A. Danford, of Bismarck,
will preach in the Methodist church
here next Sunday evening at 8
0 clock.
The Misses Baker and Stoecker,
of the Linton schools left Monday
for their home to spend the summer
M. A. Klein, Jacob Fischer, Greg
ory Kraft and Alois Phillips were
btrasburg people who spent Memor
ial Day in Lintion.
A. R. Corwin who has been spend
ing a month at Springfield, 111., has
returned to Linton to resume his
duties as station agent.
Sentor H. W. Allen and daughter
Lucile, and Messrs. Allensworth and
Doerschlag, all of Braddock, spent
Memorial Day in Linton.
Andreas Kelsch went to Strasburg
Saturday to have his little son,
Wendelin, baptized. The youngster
was born Wednesday.
Mrs. Herman Backhaus, Miss
Frieda Backhaus and Emma and Eva
Dockter visited with Mrs. Backhaus'
son the fore part of the week.
The recent heavy rains washed out
the bridges across Cattail creek, ac
cording to reports from persons in
Linton from that neighborhood.
Chas. Coventry was elected direc
tor and A. M. Britts treasurer of
the Winhester school district at a
school election in Linton Tuesday.
Amos Yonker, of the Phoenix
Lumber Company, and J. P. Henn,
of the Security State Bank, of Stras
burg, were in Linton Thursday last.
Vincent Shier has quit the survey
crew and is now employed at the
depot. Mr. Fisher, of Hague, who
has been employed there, returned
Jake Kremer, of the Bazar force,
this week purchased a Ford roadster
from Frank Irvine and is now to be
numbered amongst the "speed
George Dexter, Arthur Wooster,
Charles Clark and Charles Lipp were
in from northwest of Linton Thurs
day of last week to attend Memorial
Secretary Slossun, of the Missouri
Slope Development League, was in
Linton Thursday of last week to as
sist in the organization of a county
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Burge were in
Bismarck a few days last week, con
sulting physicians about the lady's
health, which has not been of the
best of late.
Messrs. K. Knutson, Hans Hanson,
John Farness and Adolph Lee, of
the Braddock neighborhood, were
attending to business matters in
Linton Monday.
Miss Mabel McNeil, one of the
Linton teachers, left Friday for Or
tonville, where she will visit for a
few days before returning to her
home for the summer.
A special meeting of the county
commissioners was called this week
to arrange for the re-building of
some of the bridges washed out last
week by the heavy rains.
H. Kilmer, formerly a Linton res
ident and at one time proprietor of
the Linton House, but now a travel
ing man, was visiting with old
friends here last Thursday.
Messrs. S. A. and AI. MiKalson
and Norman Roop and the Misses
Madsen and Adolph were Hazelton
people who motored to Linton Fri
day night to attend the dance.
Messrs. Joseph Bollinger and John
Biegler. of Strasburg, were in town
Monday. They came to meet Bart.
Biegler, the latter's son, who has
been attending school at Richardton.
Miss Dora Peterson, a former
schoolmate of Mrs. E. H. Smith, is
here from Mayville. N. D., for a few
days' visit. The lady recently com
pleted a term of school at Coopers
rlr',ar^ -chreiner have re
wrne." fr,
Stevens Point. Wis.,
'V'« eaHed bv
Kent.man's father.
a/,Jr -treeters
absent this week
I 'invention at Fargo
ne ..-..t the trip
with John Roop,
in the
latter's car.
Cs 11^ "r*f:fcr- of
the Goodridge-
Co., has returned from
the river on the west
Milwaukee where Mr.
Everett Purintun was down from
his north-country home yesterday.
His daughter, Miss Pearl, accom
panied him and left by Milwaukee
train for DeSmet. S. D., to visit
L. S. Langedahl, one of the nu
merous candidates for Representa
tive on the Republican ticket from
this district, was down from Kidder
county a few days this week in the
interests of his candidacy.
Hail Insurance! Farmers, now
that you have the prospects for a
good crop, don't take a chance but
get hail insurance at once. Insure
in the Columbia Fire Underwriters
of Omaha, Neb. Harry Lynn, agent.
Farmers from the eastern part of
the county who were among those
in Linton Fridav were Anton .Seng
er, John Dockter, Phillip Miller, Ja
kob iiau, George Bosch. Andreas
Bosch, Anton liosch and Fred Bosch.
L. 0. Galsted, who had charge of
the Goodridge-Call Lumber Co.'s
yard at this place during the absence
of H. J. Fischer left yesterday for
Hazelton where he will have charge
of the yard at that place while L.
Lewis is on a vacation.
A number of young folks were in
quite a spill Sunday and only by good
fortune escaped serious injury.
While Florence Petrie, Florence
Culbertson, Mildren Lynn and Em
mons Peltrie were driving back from
the Petrie ranch east of town the
whippletree on the buggy broke, the
1 rig upset and Jthe horses ran away.
All nf thnse in the rig were thrown
out but none hurt. The accident
happened near the bridge across the
Beaver a half-mile west of the Petrie
Word has been received in Linton
of the approaching marriage of
Prof. E. A. Kling. formerly principal
of the Linton school*. The gentle
man is to mary Miss Olivette .Solnia
Larson at her home in St. i'aul on
June 12th and the couple will make
their future home at Donnelly.Minn.
A dancing party was given by the
Linton Orchestra Friday night in
the opera-house at which there was
an exceptionally large crowd pres
ent. The music was of a high order,
the floor in good shape for dancing
and all who attended expressed
themselves as well satisfied with the
evening'a entertainment.
The many Linton friends of Mrs.
H. W. Batzer and Mis Olive Mc
Manus, of Hazelton, will be sorry to
learn that they were called to tfieir
old nome in Minnesota by the sud
den death of a younger sister. They
received the word Friday, drove to
Braddock by auto and caught the
train the same day.
Chairman Reamer, of the Lmnions
County Automobile Association, has
directed us to notify those in Linton
owning cars that they were assessed
fifty cents each for incidental ex
penses according to a vote taken at
the meeting held here seine time
since. Dues should be paid to I-', li.
Streeter, secretary.
Messrs. H. W. Batzer, W. li. An
drus, R. C. Colburn, 11. (). Batzer,
Thos. Kelly, John Roop, S. F:. Urin
dle, S. A. Mikalson, Norman Hoop,
and Dr. Montieth and the Misses
Madsen and Adolph were Hazelton
people who were in Linton .Memorial
Day to hear Rev. Hammond speak.
Rev. Hammond was formerly M. II.
pastor at Hazelton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Junge, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Irvine, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Lang, Dr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Pietz, Mr. and Mrs.
T. Fergus, Mr. and Mrs. L. I. See
man, Mr. and Mrs. M. (). l'arger.
Mrs. Mewing, Messrs. Carl Vorlan
der, J. H. Reamer, Don racy, C.
H. Naramore, Lriul llardt, Anton
Horner, John Sautter, John Snyder,
Walter Mewing and the Misses Jes
sie Britts and Zelda ilageman ac
cornpnied the base-ball boys to Ha
zelton Sunday.
Chairman J. II. Reamer, of the
Emmons County Automobile Asso
ciation is busy this week seeing that
the road between Linton and „Temik
is gotten in shape. Culvert ap
proaches are being filled up, stones
removed and muddy places filled in
with chalk-stone. Fred Snyder, at
Temvik, is also at work on the road
and those who will have occasion in
future to travel between Linton and
Hazelton will find a great improve
ment in the road. Adviees from
other towns are to the effect that
all that can be done on the small
amount of money at the command
of the directors is being done.
Mrs. Weller, of Hartford, was
surprised on Saturday, May Jtith
when a number of her friends gath
ered at her home to celebrate her
6Gth birthday. After doing full
justice to a bountiful dinner, the
surprisers were surprised to find it
was also Mr. Weller's riatal day, he
having arrived at the three-quarter
century mark. Therefore, it became
necessary to^have a second celebra
tion, this time ice cream and cake
being the subject to claim the undi
vided attention of the guests. At
the close of a day of feasting and
pleasures all departed wishing the
oid'couple many more years of pros
perity and happiness.
A special train over the N. P. will
leave Linton Monday, .June loth, for
Mandan immediately after the ar
rival of the Milwaukee from the
south. This train will bear a large
crowd of Roman Catholics from
Zeelar.d, Hague and Strasburg as
well as from Linton to the Catholic
State Meeting of the Diocese of IJis
marck which will be held at Mandan
at that time. Special trains from
other districts .vill be run and it is
expected that Mandan will be flood
ed with Catholic visitors. The
Strasburg band wiil be in attendance
and all those who go will be out for
a general good time. Don't forget
the date, Monday, June loth.
A large crowd attended she Me
morial Day exercise.-, held in Linton
last Thursday and both the exercises
at the cemetery arid the jiterary pro
gram were excellent. Ihe decora
tion of graves at the cemetery in
the presence of a large audience
was something of a departure from
the custom of pa-t sr.- of having
the decorating done by a committee.
Nearly all of the automobiles owned
in Linton were fiiied with those who
watched the decoration. In the af
ternoon a program of music, songs
and drills by the school children and
addresses in FJnglish and German
took place. The work of the school
children was excepitonlaiy fine and
received much well-merited prai.-e
as did the teachers who drilled them.
Rev. S. W. Hammond, of Steele,
made the principal address of the
day and bore out the reputation he
has gained hereabouts of being a
sensible as well as entertaining
speaker. Rev. Wiegand a so spoke
in the German language on matters
pertaining to the observance .of...Me
morial day.
The following-described horses left
mv place near Mina, S. and the
last heard of thern they were head
ed in the direction of Leola. S. D.
Anyone hearing anything
of them
=hould communicate with Sven Jen
sen, Mina. S. D. The horses are as
follows: One 3-year-old black geld-
mg, one --year-old gray gelding, one
'--year-old gray mare, one l'-year
old brown mare, ie 2-vear-old sor
rel mare.
Sven Jensen,
Mina, S
'U irspciidi-iuv of Kr«\r«l (.1 ui.r 4
Mr. M. F'arrell was a visitor at
Linton last week.
Mrs. Schultz was taken to the Bis
marck hospital last Monday.
Rev. Macmillan is booked for
northwestern Logan again next Sun
Win. Olson has just finished the
foundation and the addition of a cel
lar in his house.
John Real and F'rank llarta went
to Rismarck last week and purchased
an 1. H. C. High Wagon.
Mr. W. Peters Sr., i- assisting
Chris. Gorder in the completion., uf
the upper part of his house.
Mrs. McDonnell and Mrs. Sisco
returned from Linton Friday ac
companied by MissClella McDonnell.
Charley Smock entertained a num
ber of his young friends at an even
ing of entertainment last Saturday.
Cur series of special evangelistic
meetings will begin Tuesday, June
2uth, and continue until Tuesday,
July 2d.
The next meeting of the Ladies'
Aid Society will be held Wednesday,
June lltli. All ladies are heartily
The Kmtyre church has just been
supplied with a handsome set of
lights by the ladies of the Aid
Soiety. Another feather in thi' cap
of the ladies.
Messrs. Mote and i'arta autoed to
Linton last Thursday and were ap
pomed to represent Kintvre in toe
I tevelopment League.
A Bakery Sale will be held Satur
day, June h. at the I'. II. Nelson
store and will lie conducted t.y the
Ladies' Aid. Something dainty and
sweet for all who come.
Monday, June Kith, has been de
cided as the "Breaking Day" for
the church. his is under the su
pervision of Mr. W. II. Rotoiilield.
Dinner will be served at jthe Botten
lield home to all who oil'er their
The following srevices are held
every Sunday: Sunday school, K:1."
a. m. Bible classes, 1 1 a. m.
Preaching service, Rev. J. M. Mac
millan. 11 a. m.
Hazelton Wins Again.
It was expected that the base-hall
team from Hague would give the
Linton folks a return game hen
Sunday but inquiry at the last mo
ment elicited the information that
they didn't have autos enough to
bring the team up here and evident
ly they didn't desire to use the horse
propelled method of getting here.
The Linton folks finally decided to
go to Hazelton, although shy a
pitcher, a first, baseman, etc., and
there they played the first game of
a double-header, Fort Rice taking
on the north-county bunch for the
second game.
Hanson and Thompson pitched for
Hazelton and Rogers and Shier for
Linton. Hanson showed his usual
steady form and only one score was
made while he was in the box. Rog
ers did well for about five innings
but began to tire and the Hazelton
folks raced aiound the bases, for
twelve scores during the game. Lin
ton managed to draw only eight tal
A hard side wind was blowing,
making it difficult to throw accur
ately. Accurate judging of Hies in
the outfield was also impo-sible and
frequent error:- and misjudging of
balls resulted. Kurtz for Hazelton
and Streeter for Linton made home
Came into my pasture the first part
of May, one iron gray, two-year-old
gelding, with white strip in face.
'Jwner is requested to prove proper
tv pav charges and take the animal
awav.' N. E.
of 2H-12!-77.
Frank E. Devan.
Bollock, S. D.
The opinion ami criticism of the
children regarding moving-pictures.
For the five best letters in answer
to the above, a pass, good for the
month from June loth to .July loth
at Turner's mov ing-picturo phow,
will be given.
The Contest
Is open to all children under is
Write us a letter telling us
i. What you think about mo\
ing pictures.
2 What
kind of pictures you
like best.
(iive the titles ol three of
your favorites, from among
the ones that you have seen,
Rules of the Contest.
No one over fifteen years of age
may compete.
Letters must be enclosed in envel
op?, sealed and addressed to 1 urn
er's Theater before June Kith.
All three i|uestiuns must be
Spelling, grammar (according to
age) and neatness will be considered
in awarding the passes.
Hi- lii i-ni'l iy •«•.
There wi
•Jone 7th.
at Winona,
Steve Solnionson purchased a trot
ting mare the other day.
Joe Deitz is out of bed again
three four months' illness.
i.- looking pretty pale.
It is too wet to work in the fields
this week so Horse-Breaker
J. F.
Solrnonsori is giving the ponies a
The writer for the Record haw
been i|uite busy the past, two months)
and could not get hold of any news
to send in.
II. No It and his mother drove to
Strasburg Sunday, returning Tues
day. the former to take in the danee
Monday arid the latter on a visit
The rain Sunday washed
out lots
nf the corn. The whole
Winona flat
was covered with water.
It was
the biggest rain we have had
for a
good many years.
We had a good rain here last
day. A bunch of the young fellows
.-re down fishing when the storm
came up. They got under the wag
on, but it would riot keep the water
o!i so they tipped the boat upon
edge- arid got under it. When the
rain ceased they started for home
iike a bunch of soaked rnuskrats.
I'.roncho Pete.
r.-^pOfiVK-n**'*' '.f ix- rl Mum- I.)
Miss Lena Micltel left last week
tor Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Watkinson were at
Hazelton I-'riday.
Archie Mickel ha- a job of plaster
ing at the liadger Ranch.
Mary Mitchell is helping Mrs.
Wilson with her housework.
Jay Peterson and Fred Chapman
were Linton visitors last week.
Krick Krickson was out in this
neighborhood looking up cattle
Miss Cladvs Mickel spent a few
davs of last week with her sister,
Lena, at Hazelton.' Happy.
-•didates! Isn't it about time
w-tjrti rmiffner in /rrHr-
Wc Have
We have the Goods, Quality and Price.
We carry most everything used by nian,
woman or child and what we have not in
stock, we will gladly get as an accommoda
NW liriv to slay, for your benefit as
well as ours
Hardware Department
This Department is complete in every
Our Shoe Department
Is up to the very last stitch in style.
Our Men's Furnishing Department
Is an education in fashion. Come and get next to the
Tailor-made Suits to Order. Satisfaction
(.'all at the Drug Stor*: for Tfeiaila
Linton, North Dakota.
We carry the best line of fresh Meats the market producea.
Smoked ami salt Meats from the bent packing house.
All kinds of Fruit and Vegetablea in season.
Vou will find (His Trate Mark
It means that wherever .you
General Merchandise
Fresh Groceries a Specialty
you have CASK machinery,
yen can yet what re|Hiirs .vou
may need quickly and cheaply
We lire, the Case Agents here, and
also attend promptly to Auto
mobile Kepuiring\
The Linton Machine Shop

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