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"The Brownies" are now reading
{ran iheir.
primers.
'The average daily attendance for
November was nineteen. I
Christian
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Timmcke attended school
oaly eight days last month.
third grade pupils were
neither tardy nor absent this month.
Those perfect in spelling for the
past -week are: Earle Irvine and
Phyllis Coventry-
Twelve pupils in the fourth grade
have been neither absent nor tardy
during the past month.
Twenty-two primary children were
neither tardy nor absent* during the
school month of November.
The pupils of the fourth grade have
been committing to memory the poem,
"The Landing of the Pilgrim Fath
ers.1'
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BREDBERG
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We are taking quite a
few days for warm air
past month: Wendlin Kramer, Otto
Voesler, Tracy. Hager, Verl Corner,
Ann* Meier, 'Carl Woods, Teddy
Burge. r-t
Those in the fourth grade w)io have
been neither absent nor tardy during
the three months of school are: Thom
as Barger, Joe Bosch, Phyllis Coven
try, Johanna Lipp, Arthur Luclu and
James Postle.
Seven third grade pupils received
certificates for three months' per
fect attendance. They are: Anna
.Bosch, Bennie Bosch, Dorothy Britts,
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Vcrl Corner, Tracy Hager, Alma
Sch titer, Evart Stej is and.
The following children of the pri
mary room will receive the certificates
of perfect attendance for the first
three months of school: Karoline
Backliaus, Banyoi Blore, George
Bosch, Elwood Hageman, Harold
Hnugsc, Bennett Ramey, Arnold
Schaffer, Sebastian Thomas, Alvin
Vossler.
may expect a sharp advance soon.
The followinc third grade pnpUsprilhe following people received an
had perfect spelling essons for tbe erage of ninety-five and over in spell-1
FURNACES I
and as we have had some very HOT Weather,
we want to Keep Pushing this Heat Right Along.
So we would Advice all our friends who contemp
late installing a furnace to get busy and BUY, t5£
as we are adviced by our furnace house that we
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR
DDRO ELECTRIC PUMPING OUTFITS
Automatic Switch Controls Pressure from 30 to 50 Pounds on
Pneumatic Tanks and by Opening Faucet one can Obtain a Fresh
Drink of Water Direct From Well. We have installed one iit our
tin shop for demonstration. Come in and we will show you its
distinctive features.
mmmwmmmwmmmw'm.
We solicit your business on
the basis of
Strength, Courtesy, Stability, Security and
Efficiency. We are never too busy to talk to
you. ..
Belike
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"The Mysterious Clock"
It's always right, it can't go wrong, neither can
$you if yo^ deal with the
Gehiian American State* Bank
Linton, North Dakota
GILLESPIE
few orders these last
C.:
pan
naosi rouirrtr
ing during the month of November:
Adam Vossler, Lena Sautter, Maria
Schweitzer, Martha Vossler, Judith
Ramey,-Pearl Ramey, Gladys Briddell
and Phyllis Wolverton.
Pupils of the seventh grade who
were neither absent nor tardy for the
month ending Nov. 30th: Nyla Atha,
Alma Bechtle, Howard Carley, Fran
ces Chesrown, Alice Gillespie, Ruth
Gillespie, Michael Hager, Ruth Ir
vine, Clarence James, Laurence Mc
Culley, Frances Meier, Emma Minsel,
Arthur Rudy, Aurelia Ruede, Zona
Smith, Katie.Thomas.
Qetting Contentment.
I've been a grout deal huppier since
I have given ui thinking about wluit
Ik
ensy nnd pU-iixunt, nnd being dis
contented because I couldn't have my
own wlli. Onr life Is determined for
us, and it makes the mind very free
when we give up wishing and only
think of bearing what Is laid upon us
and doing what is given us to do.—
George Eliot.
ubcoi
SEVEN BUSHELS IS
N.D.WUEATAVEBAGE
47,842,305 BUSHELS 18 TOTAL PRO
DUCTION FOR STATE, AC
CORDING TO FIGURES.
DOINGS AT STATE CAPITOL
What la Transpiring In the Different
Departments Where the Affaire ef
8tate Government Are
Administered.
SI
The yield' for tbe present season
shows a total acreage of wheat har
vested of 6,8:i4,61u acres, which at an
average yield of seven bushels to the
acre gives a total production of wheat
for tbe state of 47,842,300 bushels.
Oats averaged thirteen bushels tc
the acre and barley an average yield
of nine bushels to the acre. Figures
on acreage were taken from the as
sowers' returns, and the estimates by
the commissioner were derived from
report* from farmers, representatives,
senators and bankers.
The estimates made by the commis
sioner follow:
Yield
per acre Yield
in Bus. Total.
47,842,30:
33,073.703
12 520,57!
8,368,570
3,121,8ns
Crop.
Acreage
.6,804,615
.2.M4.131
.2,057.842
6:(6,8!i7
Wheat
Oats
Barley
Hye
Muir president, yet the said election
was of no force and effect because It
was In conflict with the rule estab
lished by the former board of regents,
and consequently the action was Ille
gal. Consequently, Lewis F. Crawford
continues, as president of the board
of regents and he is the proper person I
lo sign the vouchers as president ol
the state board of regents."
May Issue Seed Bonds.
With the co-operation of tlio pure
seed commission, the North Dakota
State lianktrs' association nnd Com
missloner of Agriculture and Labor
llagan, counties which find them
selves In need of seed grain will ho
encouraged to issue seed lionds or
warrants through their county commis
sions, where this course is found nec
ossary.
The seed commission stands ready
lo assist in the selection of seed and
In finding where it can be bought."
said Commissioner John N. llagan.
"The commission flnds after making
a careful survey that a shortage of
barley, oats, flax and corn seed exists,
and It recommends that farmers hav
ing any of these grains retain them
for said purposes, and that farmers
hnvtng supplies In excess of their own
needs notify the commissioner of ag
riculture of the agricultural college."
Testing Rights of Commission.
The rlgM of the ,tax commission to
pry into the books of a private utility
corporation to ascertain the revenues
of the company for purposes of tax
ation will be determined -by the state
supreme court. Attorneys for tbe
Hughes Electric company of Blsparck
have served notice of appeal on As
sistant Attorney Beneral Ed Cox from
the order of Judge W. E. Nuesale of
the district court.
Judge Nuessle had ordered tliq
Hughes Elect) ic company to appear
before,.-the tax commission and show
their books and other records neces
sary to disclose the revenues as well
the physical value of the plant
The decision of the supreme court
in this case will be watched with In-
General Crowder that his nominations
for membership of the legal advisory
boards In every county In the state
had been appointed by the uMident.
Governor Frazler named tfitrlftale's
attorney in each county a#^cl\^irman
and two other members to have charge
of the work of organizing the attor
neyjg of the state to give free legal
advice lo drafted men. Governor
J-Bi ^'ra/.le^'s nominations included three
Wk' men from every county In tha state.
•11 of them lawyers.
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Bismarck.
Wheat averaged seven bushels to
the acre in North Dakota this season,
according to figures announced by J.
N. llagan, commissioner of agricul
ture mid labor.
lie bases liis estimate on the report
of lurmers and buxlness men in every
county in the state and considers It
to be a very conservative one.
No. MS.
Report of the Condition of the
GRUMAN AMBMCAN STATU BANK
•t Linton. In the atate of North Dakou.
at the eloae of business November
20th, 1*17.
RBffOUIICBS
Loans and discounts 1148,07G 00
overdrafts, secured and un
secured 301 #2
Warrants, Block*, tax certif
icates, claim*, etc 5 080 14
Hanking house, furniture
and tl^turea.... 6,800 00
Other real estate 6 00
Due from other
banks $»2.447 22
Checa* and other
cash lt«ms 1,036 42
Cash 13,899 44 107,383 08
Total *273,461 74
L1AUIL1T1KH
Capital stock paid In....
[HI5AL]
13
9
10
3
Flux 1.040,850
Corn &52.94C
Potatoes 72,538 30 2,170, UC
Holds Crawford Is Head.
According to Attorney General lin
ger, Lewis K. Crawford of Sentinel
Dutte is still president of tbe North
Dakota board of regents, despite an
election held by Governor Frazler-s
Cot «.
AiicHt:—
appointees at the last meeting of the th.TT the ubove ututeinent
hoard, when they elected Robert Muir
of Saries.
Attorney General I^anger, who has
fought all the governor's battles for
control of this board, so advised J.
W. Wilkerson, secretary of the state
university, in an opinion.
"It is my opinion," holds Mr. Lan
ger. "that the rules and regulations
adopted by the former board of re
gents for Its official procedure were
not rescinded by the present board,
and that the former rules provided I
that the president should be elected
for a period of offe year. Investiga
tion shows further that, although an
attempt was made to elect Robert T.
110,000
00
feUi'pllIM fund I.UUU 00
Undivided profit*, KT*B CX
jitiiiueH and tttxcH )mld. 2,365 62
ltlUJVIUUUl dO|»OMllH
Hubjeet to check $113,19b 40
Demand certif
icate* of Ue
poMit 827 28
Time rertlllcuicM
of depoMlt 140,073 44
i'ue to other bunk** 2G4.096 12
Total $273,461 74
STA'PhJ UK NOltTH DAKOTA,
('uunty of i^tiunoiiH.
1, Ktud iltMicich, (.aahict- of th«
above named buiiK do Muieninly mwim.
liuil the aoove Htutetumil IH true lo lb
be»l oi my knowledge and belief.
KUKU HUlNUK'il.
CashUv..
a»"» "wr" to before in
thiH 28th day of November, 1917.
8COTT CAMEHO.V,
Notary 1'ubltc, KmmutiH Co.. N. U.
My cuiiimiHHlon expire* Mar. 28, 1922.
FHKO HK1NU1CU,
w. e.
Ulrecloirt.
No. 1002.
IIUI'UIIT UK Till:'. UOMIITIIIX OK
the i'irat Stale li.iuK at fctir«iHiur^. Is.
t. I» 11* of N«»rih J'lUoia. at tl»e C1OM»:
of buHineHH Nov. 20th, 1917.
Loan* and dlncountH $137,638 73
0*«r.r iii.s, ucuica uii. u.»
Hecurcd 2,108 CI
Warrant*, Mtot KH tax uertlf
iratc*. claim* etc 2,908 32
Hanking houae, lurnlture
I ulitl nXtlilch &.25U 00
Due from other
bank* •49.819 40
Clii r. .1 and other
cash Item* 3,748 00
Cash 4,776 46 58,343 94
Total $206,249 60
Capital stock paid In $16,000 00
Uii tivlded profit*, le*H ex
pense* and taxe* paid .. 3.9&0 00
Inuivuiual uepoHli*
subject to check $98,1G8 01
T1 -ertilicuie*
of deposit 82,105 4&
Di other
banks 7,036 14 187,299 60
Total .$206,249 CO
STA'ife uK iNoilTH DAKOTA,
County of limmonH.
all 1jv^' na*ne//^nk rdo^'emnly0
hw^u','
IH
true to tht
be*t of my knowledge and belief.
J. S. F1SHKK
Cashier.
fSKAL)
H'lh -erihed and *wom to before
this 28th day of Xoymher, 1917.
C. iCoWKKDINK,
Notary Public.
My Comml**lon expire* Jan. 17th 1918
Correct.
Attest:—
M. VAN SOEST,
KOIDI KELLER.
Director*.
No. 1«45.
Ueport of the Condition of the
I'lltBT NT ATE HANK
!!••«*!»«». In the State of North Dako
ta, at the close of buHlne** Nov. 20.
1917.
linHOI'llCKR
Loan* and di*co.uiit* $70,826 OK
i.s *et:ui*ed and unse
cured
!h Mitr liou*e. furniture nnd
fixture*
Other real estate
Di"- from othor
bank* $39,285 62
-"I oilier
eaHh item* 95 04
572 20
G.7U4 99
luO
0
Cash 4,490 13 43,870 71*
Total
1.1 A lllf.l'TIKK
«tock P*'id ill
15.000 (Hi
Undivided, profits, ex
peiiHcs and taxe*. paid...
In- *i
subject to check $40,649 89
Ti Uliratrs of
deposit 60,256 70
Saving* deposits.. 2.00 106,908 59
555 42
Total $122,464 01
STATE »K NORTH DAKOTA.
('••U»tV '»f K'umonH—ss.
1, F. J. Sinner, cashier of the above
naioeu nana, do soieui'My swear that
the above statement is true, to the best
of mv knowledKe *'id belief.
(Seal)
F. J. SINNER.
Cashier.
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beture me
this 28th cfc*y of Nov., 1917.
A. K. FI.jCMER.
Notnry Public In and for Emmons
Countv, North Dakota.
My Commission Expire* June 3, 1921.
Correct. A ttest:
S. A. FISCHER,
FRANZ WOLF.
Director*.
BESSEMER IRON AND STEEL
Original Process Involved Dtcarboniza
tlon, or Burning Out of Excess
Carbon, by Blowing Air.
Henry Bessemer, who Invented the
method named for him In the manufac
ture ot Iron and steel, which revolu
tionised the Industry, was granted a
patent by the British government on
October 17, 1855. This wus the first
patent given him, notes an exchange.
Additional patents were taken out In
the following December and February,
covering improvements. Bessemer's
original process Involved decnrbonlza
tlon, or the burning out of the excess
carbon, by blowing air through pig
iron. This revolutionary Invention was
due indirectly to the Crimean wur.
terest all over the state, for under the metals too weak for the gun he sought
direction of tbe tax commission i}n ex- to make. He then began experiments
tensive survey of all public utilities |n gteel making, with the ultimate re
Is .now under way. suit of the production of "Bessemer
Frasler.'s Nominations Approved., iteel." His Invention won for him fame
Povernor I.ynn J.-, Frailer has re- gnd fortune and the honor of kolght
eelved word from Provost Marshal boodt Sir Henry Bessemer was born
Bessemer undertook to Invent an Im
proved cannon, but found all available
In Bngland, but was of French Hugue
oot descent. Since his pioneer inven
tion, the process of converting Iron in
to stefl bns been vastly Improved.
One Horse Power.
One horso power is not what horse
can'poll. I'.'" lim'lmnlcnl unit of
power tlui'Jpan rnlse 3:1,000 pounds
one foot hicn per minute, or one pound
33,000 feet high ne' minute.
PAGE SEVEN
NOTICK OK MORXAttK POKBCLOft-i
HtK MAU,
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Default hnvlnir occurred In the con
dition* of the mortffaeo hereinafter
deHerllx'd.
NOTICK 1H HKHHIiY (1IVKN. That
that certain mortgage «*xe?iited ml
delivered by J»me* U. Allen and Mar
tha M. Allen, hln wife, mortKaKor* to
l*aul (*. 1toinln»rton. niorti?ai ec d»l*"l
the mill day of October, 1914, and filed
for record In the office of the roKinifr
of deedH of the county of Rmmov-n
and wtate of North lakotii, on the 17th
day of November, 1914, at 9:35 o'clock
A. M., and recorded In Hook M»"of
Mortgage* at pa^eH 264 and 260, will
be forecloHed by a *ale of the prcmiMe*
In *u»?h morttfftKe and hereinafter do
Hcrlbed, at the front door of the nmrl
houflc at LlntoTi in the county of K»o«
rnonn and *tate of North Dakota, nt
the hour of ten o'clock A. M.. on ih»»
Ifith day of .laiiiutry, 1!»IH. tf»
the nmoitnt due niion.Huch inoriiritKc
on the date of The premlnen
dencrtbed In mteh ili"rif^ip(» and which
Will be Hold to M'» I litf till* Haiue are
Hltuated In Mrtwnon^ county. North Da
kota. and deficrlbct*. follow*
The KouthenMl Quart**** (SK
S
4) of then
VortlMVCMl nil'irfi.p i"\Vi {in,) ,|
Northeant Quarter fN'KVi). of the
SouthweMt Qunrler and
Three fH) nnd rout* of Serilon
Thirteen (13), Townwhlp One Hundred
Thirty-four (131). Il:tni Kevent\
nlne (79», Went «»f the 1'lfth i»r«
Meridian, atid that Hitld property wtll
be Hold Kobject to a prior ui'irtK i'c
fc»r One Tlioii«ci»id Dollani ($1000. »V
and intereMt thereon.
The ini»rtKareo ha* heretofore de
clared, and now declares. tli- wb'J"
debt aecured by thin mortgage lti«r r.1
payable.
There will be due on Maid morion*
oil the date of *ale the Ktitn
of
Kour
Hundred Thlrty-*ev»*n and :?H-1 Dol
lars ($4.17 L'H) (li»"ludloc Twelve and
K-lon DollarH ($12.OH) deltmiucnt tnxe*
for the year IQtfi upon aald land paid
by the mortunucc nn tbe 12th day of
December. HMO. and OIMO Includm*?
three year* IntercHt »jMld by the morf
Ka^ee upoji a prior »"nn*t^are for ('»nc
ThouKand DollitrH MldOO l»(» np«m .••mid
prernlrte*). bcMltlen The contH. diHbui'Me
mentM and exp»*iiHen «»f tMn forecloMiire.
Dated at MiHinarck, North Dakita,
December 1. 1 17
1»A!'L UKMINOTON.
MortK^Kee
Newton Dullani & YOUIIK.
Hi*marck, North Dakota,
Attorney* for MortKaKee.
DecC-JanlO.
NOTH'l Ol' I'OXTI'JNT.
Departinetit of On- Interior.
Unllt'd States Land Ollirc
BiHinan-k. North Dakota.
»rtob«»r *J7th. 1917
To f»eort I* SllberuaKlu, of .Stniwlnir^,
N I ak .. 'out^
You are hcreiiy notified that Adol'Ot
Kabu*relter who Klve* StrasburK. North
Dakota, a* hi* postollice addrc*s, did
on March 9th, 1917. file in till* «»tl»«
hi* duly corroborated application to
conteHt and HCCUIV the cancellation of
your Homestead Entry No
Serial No. 018830, made July 31, I If ID.
for North Half N. of SoutheaHt
Quarter (SKU of .Section 19. towimbip
(130) North, Kanpe 77 Went of the
Fifth Principal in, and .H
ground* for hi* contest h» alien*.*
1
entryman has not lived upon said l.in'l
at any time, ha* never resided t»
said laud and never establish
a re*idence thereon and default now
exl»t* and has existed for more than
t.wo years last past, and that the aW
rence of c.»»*i_*e p. Silbrrna|{!' fioin
the said laud was not due to ser
in the I*. H. Army or Navy, Marino
Corps or other department of iho
United States.
You are, therefore further notiliwl
'hat the nnld allegations will be I.IM'II
as conf ssed, and your said entrv will
be canceled without furlh ri^bt to
heard, either befor* ibis olIle«» or on
appeal, If you fail *o lib* in this
within twenty days rifter the Kol'in'tl
publication of this notice, a* shown 1
low. your answer, under oath ui»e« iln
ally resiiondinK to these alleKatioiiK of
•ontest. toueiher w'th doe proof that
you have served a cony of your
IHI lb" Haiti contestants, either In r
•\m or bv registered mail.
You should state vour atisw«*r tlio
r.f »l»e poStoftlee to which ^oU
desire future notice^ to be
You. tin-
Register.
Date of Orst public»t ion Nov 15. I'^7.
Date of second publication, Nov. i'i,
1917.
Date of third publication, Nov. 29,
1917
Date of fourth tjublication, Dec. h,
1917
MITKl AM I T£.« TIOV
411'' riNAI. AI'nil VT AXI» IIIN
Tiiiiii
"i''os
STATU 'II'" NORTH li.MCOTA.
('ountv of lOininitnK- SS.
'IN cit'NTV curitT,
Hnforc Hon. I!- 'iirl'V. .1 nil':.
II the Ma (T of III.- HKl!ltl: of .loH'llll
us All» 1 mm'itjimimI
Susuli .M AlitMi
Willi Will iiiiiU'Xi'il.
Ailinlnl.it :i rlx,
I'lll II IlHKT.
Vll
.\lrllss:i A I'.illliiKMli-y. Min i-
It. Allen.
AIIMI.
I.LWIH AIUTII.
1
Kit
:ny
I TL'H|IOTHL.*OL S,
Noll«i' of Citation. IK'iirlnu of Knml
Acoiinl Iinil I list I'i
I II Ion of KHt.ilf.
Till-: STATI'".
NIIUTII liAKMTA 'I'M
THH AltiiVK N A .\1 I'M KKHl'oNI'-
1(1 Ml-liHHIl A. I'.llllllCKl^V,
Mui-o All n. liny U. Allen mid l.-viH
Allnn an* iicr«liy notllW'd that th« linul
aicount of tin- iiilniliilHtriitrlx with will
nnnexod of the «Htatr of JoHnphu* Al
len, lut«
»r Ials
In the i.-ounty of Km-
monH and Statw of North Dakota, ilo
CL-aHcd, Iiiih been rendered to thltf eoui't,
tlu-rcln Hho^vInK that the e»tatc of K.-ild
dei'UHHed IH ready for final iiettleiiieiit
and dlHtrlliutlon. and petitioning that
her aei-ount he allowed, the roHldue of
Hald CHtute be dlHtrlbutcd to the dt
Hons thereunto entitled, her administra
tion cloned and Hhe be dlHcharited that
WedncHtiny, the 12th day of December.
A. 1. 1917. at ten o'clock In the .ore
noon of that day at the court ropniH of
this Court In the court houae. In tb
city of Mnton, County of Emmons and
State of North Dakota, hi»8 been rtu.ly
appointed by thlH Court for the Bottle
merit thereof, at which-time and place
any nernon IntoreHted In »ald e»tn,t«
may appear and file his cxceptlonH. In
writing, to Hald account and petltlpn
and contest the same.
And you the above named respond
ents and each of you, are hereby cited
-.W...lr,.rt then and there to be and
show
and required then and there to
appear before this Court and
cause. If ony you have, why sain
count should not be allowed, tlx- resi
due of said estate distributed, tin
ministration of said estate closed and
•aid Susan M. Allen, admlnlsrtatrlx,
with will annexed be discharged.
S E A 1
Dated the 14th day of November. A.
D. 1*17.
By the Court:
CHARJ-.ES B. CAULEY.
I8EAL..1
Judire of the County Court.
Let the foregolnic citation be served
by publication In the Emmons County
Itecord for four Bucc»sslve weeks.
CHAR1.ES B. CARLEY.
Judge of the County Court.
Nol6- Dac6
SHIP SOUR
HidesFurs
Ere.'
Deal Direct with the
Largest and Oldest
House in the West
HUliwt FrtcM and Immadlata
Cash Returns. Writ* lor price
tUt. tads u4 full InlanaaUoa.
O.B
Co.
ergman
3x.PtA.ULr -MINN.
$85$
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