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CARD OF THANKS.
To all those who assisted us dur ing our bereavement we extend our ost cordial thanks. We feel eply grateful to our friends who either by words or acts helped us carry the heavy burden. MRS. INA BENDIXON AND FAMILY. Phone Ingison for coal, tf mk Photographs of the chil dren--pictures for their friends—pictures for your family .md your wife's— pictures .for you and the children both to look on in future yoars and bring back the childhood days again. We take them, and take them so well that they catch all the charms and preserve (hem- for you. RUDOLPH MAIiONEY LACK OF HEAT may cause you to make frequent visits to the doctor. Better send for us. We will put vour Range or Steam Heating apparatus in good order at short notice. We are thoroughly post ed in the business, and an order from you will promptly put all our knowledge and skill at your service. H.M.ROWE&CO. WM. STROMBERG, Manager Bowbells, N. D. CITY DRAY and TRANSFER LINE S. A. STEFONOWICZ, Mgr. Prompt and special attention given all .work in our line and ex perience insureB the safe hand ling of pianos or other articles needing a combination of experi ence and care. See us for the best of Service White's Pure SPRING WATER Agricultural College, N. D. March 6th, 1912. Geo. S. White, Bowbella, N. D. Dear Sir: The sample of spring water. No. 1616, submitted by you' We find that the solidi in this water are made up of Sodium Chlorate, salt 86 parts Volatile' and Organic matter 75 parts Lime Sul fate a slight amount and the balance of the solids are almost wholly in the form of Sodium Bicarbonlte. This water is one that is of average low contents in solids. Yours very truly, E. P. Ladd, Food Com. GEO. S. WHITE, Prop. Phone call—17, line 106 BOWBELLS, NORTH DAK. Cold Storage "Why haven't you been out to see U8?" inquired Anne of Evelyn, whom she had met downtown by accident. "If you knew how busy I am you would not ask," replied Evelyn. "With all rgiy office work, I hardly have time to keep neat. I came out today to buy a new gown which I should have bought a month ago. Come with me and we'll take a look at the Bhop windows." "R«ally, I dare not. Windows are fatal to me. If I look I am lost. 1 don't need a thing and one hates to waste money. I so seldom go any where that my gowns last forever. Evelyn, you cannot realize how curi ously dull It Is to have no occupa tion." "If you understood the discomforts of working for a living you would ap preciate your blessings better. Lone some, are you? Why not make friends in the apartment house where you live?" "Of course, that bit of advice Is well meant, Evelyn, but In the circum stances it happens to be absurd." "I fall to see why. If you were not so diffident—" "My dear girl, I'm not in the least diffident I am merely afraid of being frozen to death if I should try to make friends with my neighbors." "I don't understand what you mean," faid Evelyn. "If that building were a cold storage warehouse," declared Anne, "the so cial atmosphere could not be more frigid. Mother and I have lived there a year and a half and not a soul out of all these apartments has made our acquaintance." "Have you called on your neigh bors?" "Of course not. I would not be so forward as to make advances." "Then It seems to me you are as bad as the others." "Indeed, I am not—at least, I do not annoy others. Why, the man In the apartment above ours plays his piano at all hours of the night. He does not even make music, but thumps out some monotonous tune which is as dreary as the moaning of a lost soul. Then there Is a woman across the hall with a baby that howls morn ing, noon and night. Mother went In one day £nd told her that all the child needed was a little peppermint. The woman replied that the baby was not 111, but was Just lonesome when ever'she was out of Its sight." "Didn't she come to call after that?" asked Evelyn. "Is that a joke?" inquired Anne. "You cannot laugh me Into liking them. There is a horrid old creature in the apartment below ours who knocks on the celling with a broom handle every time I run our sewing machine. We are disgusted with the building and mean to move as soon as our lease expires." "You do not need to wait, because I'll take the lease off your hands as soon as you like. I am going to go to housekeeping with another girl be fore long and your apartment would Bult us exactly. When you get ready to move let me know.". A few weeks later Evelyn received a note from Anne saying that she and herjmother were about to take another apartment, so Evelyn called to see about transferring the lease. During the interval she learned Anne's moth er half suffered a fall and was con fined to her couch with a dislocated hip. During Evelyn's call so many persons dropped in that she had to remain an hour before she could have Anne to herself. "I thought you said you knew no one in this building," exclaimed Evelyn at last. "I never saw more warm hearted people. Yet you called this place a cold storage warehouse." "That was before mother was hurt," explained Anne. "The moment the people heard of our trouble they rushed In to sympathize and tell us their troubles in turn. That woman with the baby has lost the poor little darling and every day she comes in and talks to us about It and tells of the flowers she lays on Its grave." "What of the lost soul above you who thumped the piano?" inquired Evelyn. "Please forget the cruel remarks I made about him," cried Anne. "He had a dear mother who died, and he played the piiuio because It reminded him of her. He is not a musician, yet he could not bear to have the instru ment stand silent and neglected. When he heard that mother was hurt he came to Inquire If the noise of the piano annoyed her and he' has been so kind. I don't know how we could have managed without him." i "Considering the beautiful way these people have behaved, I don't see why you want to move," said Eve lyn. "Oh, we have no intention of leav ing the building w^shall take a larg er apartment, which will leave this for you." "Why?" demanded Evelyn. "It is a bit too soon to tell," said Anne, blushing, "yet, since you are de termined to know, I am to be married. The young man who thumped the pi ano proved such a dear that mother and I feel we shall be fortunate to have him in the family." "So the cold storage house was keeping your romance on loe all the while," laughed Bvelyn.—Chicago Malvina Moves Malvina sighed and arose from hei typewriter. "I might have known thai inspiration for love stories would fle from mountain boarding houses," sh told herself as she swept a hand across her wide, intelligent eyes. From the room below which wai called parlor came the refrain of "Oh, You Beautiful Dodd then, "Everj Little Movement." The tone from th« piano Itself was like the Jangle ol many discordant tins, but the music— Malvina stopped her ears, then, with quick movements slipped into hei white Jersey and out into the cool mountain air. Her nerves were in dire need of calm and quiet. She walked on with lightened heart The pungent odor of balsam and the cool breezes from the lake soothed her. She approached a small camp witb eager steps. How had this Jewel In the forest escaped her before? The young author did not stop to realize that this was her first venture into the depths of the woods. And with the writer's longing for seclusion Malvina pictured herself ensconsed in that picturesque camp. She felt thai all of her budding plot would burst into full bloom and that her name would appear in many of the maga zines. Even under thrf"trying position of living in boarding houses Malvina'a work had found favor with two or three editors. James Blake of the Comet had been especially attracted to her stories. She hoped, before long, to meet him. He had been a great help to her. The girl's imaginings had brought her to the door of the camp. Her eyes opened wide in surprise. The place was open at doors and windows and was apparently without an inhabitant! Malvina's heart quickened its beat. Perhaps she could run away from the boarding house with her little type writer and work here In thlB wonder house? Inside all was rough, but not with out a sense of the artistic. Malvina came to the quick conclusion that a man who was fond of hunting owned the camp and that he was there only during the hunting season. With Joyous feet she hurried back to the boardiag house and from there to the village store. It was impera tive to Malvina that when writing she have pink flowered curtains and a pink kimono. The latter she already had. The pink curtains which she would tack up in the camp must be purchased at the one village store. It was the following day before she arrived at the little house. She was laden with her typewriter, her pink curtains, her tea equipment and her pink kimono. Malvina was tired but happy when she threw herself down on the wide couch for a moment's rest. The camp had been turned into a bower of pink and odd dishes of wild flowers were scattered about. Outside at the edge of the forest, a big man swung along with an old handbag In one hand and his fishing paraphernalia in the other. When he drew near an indefinable something stirred within him. Never before, during the many summers he had spent in the mountains, had his camp seemed so desirous. Blake quickened his pace and sprang up to the veranda. He stop ped before he had entered, held by the glimmer of pink at the windows. Instinctively Blake removed hlB soft hat before going inside. He caught a quick breath and stood aa If suddenly lost to his surroundings. By all the laws of propriety Blake phould have turned and left his own camp. But he could not move with the sight of Malvina pictured before lilm. She was in a sound Bleep and her cheeks were flushed. Her glorious |iair was a mass of spun copper that trailed over the cushion. The power of his eyes disturbed Her and she stirred. Blake, spell bound, watched the heavy lashes flut ter, then rise slowly up to reveal he* Byes. Blake then came to his senses and turned toward the door. He waited Dutslde on the veranda until she should come. He felt that she would lollow immediately. Malvina did. "I suppose you are :he hunter who Invited wayfarers Into four camp?" she asked with a ball smile. "And you are the wayfarer?" Blake returned because he could think ol aothing else for the moment. "I supposed the hunting season did not begin until later." Malvina smiled half wistfully. "It does not But fishing Suits ma filmost as well, and since tbe Comet needs me In the fall——" "And you need your own camp now," Malvina interrupted. It Is tlm« for me to depart." "Not at all—I Intend to stay at a boarding place nearby—where I shall not have to bother even with my own meager fare." But Malvina would not remain she felt that she must go, and since Blaks had Insisted that he preferred to stay at the boarding place he must needs go whether or not Ifre liked. Thus, the two ffcund themselves at the table of the mountain boarding house and It was In that once despised liarlor that—not a month later—Mal vina promised to marry James Blak^ editor. NOTICE. In order to prevent the spread of an epidemic of whooping cough in the city of Bowbells it is sug gested that all school children hav ing a cough of any kind be kept at home a sufficient length of time to determine whether they have whooping cough or just a simple cough, BOARD OF HEALTH. NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORT GAGE SALE. Notice is hereby given that de fault has been made in the condi tions of that certain Mortgage made by Guy A. Spink and Hubert Lang don, of Newport, County of Burke, and State of North Dakota, Mort gagors, to M. Rumely Company of LaPorte, State of Indiana, Mort gagee, dated the 16th day of Aug ust, 1911, to secure the following indebtedness to-wit: One note dated August 16th, 1911, due Oct. 1st, 1911, for $225.00 One note dated August 16th, 1911, due Oct. 1st, 1912, for $960.00. One note dated August 16th, 1911, due Nov. 1st, 1912, for $950.00 One note dated August 16th, 1911, due Nov. 1st, 1911, for $1100.00 One note dated August 16th, 1911, due Oct. 1st, 1912, for $600.00 and One note dated August 16th, 1911, due Nov. 1st, 1912, for $600.00, and which deed was duly filed in the of fice of the Register of Deeds of Burke County, State of North Da kota, on the Seventh day of Sep tember, 1911, at 8:30 o'clock A. and which default is of the fol lowing nature, to-wit: Nonpay ment of the above described notes. And there is claimed to be due on said Mortgage at the date of this notice the sum of Four Thou sand Four Hundred Thirty Five and no 100 Dollars for princi pal and interest. And that said Mortgago will be foreclosed by a sale of the person al property in such Mortgage here inafter described, at public auction agreeably to the statutes in Buch case made and provided on the S. W. 1-4 of Sec. 34, Twp. 164, Rge. 88, in the County of Burke, State of North Dakota, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. on Friday, the 29th day of November, 1912. That personal property which will be sold to satisfy said Mortgage is de scribed as follows, to-wit: One Rumely 30-60 Horse Power Oil Pull Tractor "E" No. 619, One set extension rims for Rumely Tractor E,One Rumely Separator 36 in. Cylinder, 60 in. Rear No. 8066, One Ten Bottom 14 inch Oliver Engine Gang Plow with Stubble Bottoms, Ten 14 inch Breaker Bot toms for Oliver Engine Cang Plow One 36 inch Ruth Band Cutter anil Self Feeder No. 2992 One Rumely Wind Stacker No. 4 058 One Da kota Hartley Weigher and bagger, together with tools, utensils and at tachments belonging thereto. M. RUMELY COMPANY. SECOND SUMMONS. State of North Dakota, County of Burke, ss. JUSTICE COURT. Hi-fori* C. F. Randall. Justice of tin1 Peace. Frank Dewey, Plaintiff vs. Guv A. Spink, Defendant I This State of North Dakota to said Defendant: I fly this second summons herein you i are directed to appear before me at my office in the City of Uowbells, N. D., at 10 o'clock A. M., of the 3rd day of Dec-ember, A. D. 1912, there to answer the complaint of the plain tiff herein against you, alleging he performed work, labor and services for you at your request of the reas onable value of $200.00, between April 12 anfl October 30, 1912, for which he has caused attachment of your wheat raised during 1912, on the SW/4 Section 1. Township 163, Iiange 88, and demanding that such grain be applied toward the satisfaction of said claim, and you are hereby noti fied that unless you so appuar and answer, the plaintiff will take judg ment against you accordingly. Given this 7th day of November, A. D. 1912. C. F. RANDALL, Justice of the Peace in and for Burke County, North Dakota. State of North Dakota, County of Burke, ss. 1 hereby direct that the within summons shall be served by publish ing the same in the Bowbells Tribune a weekly newspaper published at Bowbells, in the County of Burke, and State of North Dakota, once each week for three successive weeks. C. F. RANDALL, Justice of the Peace in and for Burke County, North Dakota. Sutler to rrilltorN to Cliiliux In the matter of the Estate of Ida C. P. Miller, deceased: Notice Is hereby given by the un dersigned Administrator of the .Estate of Ida C. P. Miller, late of the City of Wlllmar, in the county of Kandi yohi, and state of Minnesota, deceas ed, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at the First State Bank, in the City of Bowbells, In said Burke Couny. Dated November 12th, 1912. MARK H. POWERS, Administrator of the Estate of Ida C. P. Miller, deceased. First publication on the 15th day (If November, A. D. 1912. Notice to Creditors to I'reaent Claim* In the matter of the Estate of Myrtle Aukerman, deceased: Notice Is hereby given by the un dersigned, N. C. Aukerman, Adminis trator of the Estate of Myrtle Auker man, late of the Township of Bow bells, In the County of Burke, and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons hav ing claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first, publication of this notice, to said Administrator at the First State Bank, in the City of Bowbells, In said Burke County. Dated November 14th, 1912. N. C. AUKERMAN, Administrator of the Estate of Myr tle Aukerman, deceased. First publication on the 15th day of November, A. D. 1912. Phone Ingison for coal, tf NOTICE OF CONTEST (For Publication.) DEPARTMETNT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office. Minot, North Dakota, October 31, 1912. To Max E. Schulz of Columbus, N. D., Contestce: You are hereby notified that John J. Westerness, who gives Bowbells, North Dakota, as his postofiice ad dress, did on August 22, 1912, file in this office his duly corroborated ap plication to contest and secure the cancellation of your homestead. En try No Serial No. 0G194, made July 30, 1907, for NE% N\V 4 \V Vi NEVi. N\V%SE%, Sec. 31, Twp. 161 N, Range 93, ,\\T uth P. Meridian, and as grounds for his contest he alleges that entryman has wholly failed to establish a residence on said tract as required by law that the same Is wholly unimproved, no dwelling thereon, that more than six months has elapsed since the date of said en try, and the same is now a vacant and deserted tract. You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be ta ken by tliis office as having been confessed by you, and your said entry will be cancelled thereunder without your further right to be heard there in, either before this ofiiee or on ap peal, if you fail to file in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer, under oath, specifically meeting and re sponding to those allegations of con test, or if you fail within that time to file in this ofiiee due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant either in per son or by registered mail. If this service is made by the delivery of a copy of your answer to the contest ant in person, proof of such service must be either the said contestant's written acknowledgment of his re ceipt of the copy, showing the date of its receipt, or the affidavit of the person by whom the delivery was made staling when and where lie copy was delivered if made by reg istered mail, proof of such service must consist ul" the atl'idavlt of the person by whom the copy was mail ed, stating when and the postollice to which it was mailed, and this aliida vit must lie accompanied by the postmaster's receipt for the letter. You should state in your answer the name of the postollice to which you desire future notices to lie sent to you. THOMAS E. Ol,SHARD. Register V. A. CORH1CTT, Receiver C. E. PIKRSON, Attorney for Contestant. OMice in The Tribune Building, Uowbells, North Dakota. Date of first publication November 8 th, 1912. Second publication November 15th, 1912. Third publication November 22nd, 1912. Fourth publication November 29th, 1912. SKCOM) SI MMOVS. State of North Dakota, Countv of Uurke. IN JUST I CIO COURT. Before C. F. Randall, Justicr' of the Peace. Jens Peterson, Plaintiff, vs. V. P. Wheeler and Mrs. V. P. Wheel er, Defendants. The State of North Dakota to Srtld Dcfcnda nts: liy this second summons herein you are directed to appear before me at my ofiiee in Bowbells. Burke County, North Dakota, at 10 o'clock A. Sr., of the 3rd day of December, 1912, there to answer the complaint of Jens Pe terson, the plaintiff herein against von, alleging that between January 2fith, 1911, and March fith, 1911, he sold and delivered to the defendants goods, wares and merchandise of the agreed price and reasonable value of the sum of $22.47. no part of which has ever been paid, and that during said time defendants were husband and wife living together and the said claim Is for necessary supplies for food and clothing for tiie defendants, and demanding that the grain raised during the year 1912, upon the North east Quarter of Section 34, Township 102, Range X9, in Burke County, N. !., upon which a levy of attachment has been made herein be applied to wards tile satisfaction of said claim, and you are hereby notified that un less you so appeal1 and answer, the plaintiff will take judgment against you accordingly. 191»atfcJ UllS U da C. F. RANDALL, Justice of tiie Peace within and for Uurke County, North Dakota. SUMMONS. State of North Dakota, County of JJurke. In District Court, Ninth Judicial Dis trict. Great Northern Railway, a Corpora tion, Plaintiff vs. Lottie -VI. Adam, Defendant. SUMMONS. he State of Ncrth Dakota to the Above Named Defendant: You are hereby summoned to an swer the complaint of he plaintiff ill the above entitled action, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers within fifteen days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or ans\yer said complaint, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the com plaint. Dated this 31st day of October, 1912. MURPHY & DUGGAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Residence and Postofflce Address Grand Forks, North Dakota TAKE NOTICE, That the complaint in the above entitled action has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Burke County, Ninth Judicial District, State of North Dakota at Bowbells, North Dakota. MURPHY & DUGGAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Notice for Publication (Coal reserved to U. S. Act. March 3, 1909.) Department of the Interior. U. iS. Land office at Minot, N. Dak., Oct. 14, 1912. Notice 18 hereby given that Victor A. Corbett, of Kenmare N. D., who, on Oct. 1C, 1906, made Homestead Entry No. 35971, Serial No. 06131, for EVi SE'/i and SVi NEW of Section 34, Township 161 N., Range 91, West of the 5th Principal Mer idian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before W. C. Martin, Clerk of the District Court, at Bowbells, N. Dak., on the 25th day of November, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Ole E.. Erick son. L. S. Kalvig, M. A. Schmidt, CarlMurtenson, all of Coteau, N, Dak. THOMAS E. OI.SGARD, Register. SUMMONS. State of North Dakota, County of Burke, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT Eighth Judicial District. Citizens Bank of Kenmare, a corpora tion, Plaintiff, vs. James B. Beck and Andrew Beck, Defendants. SUMMONS. The State of North Dakota to the Above Named Defendants: You and each of you are hereby summoned to answei the complaint in this action, which has been filed In the office of the Clerk of the District Court in and for said county, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service and In case of your failure to appear or aiiSAei Juoginent will be taken against you oy default for the relief oemanded in the complaint. Dated at Kenmare, N. D., this 24th day of August, A. D. 1912. L. F. CLAUSEN, Plaintiff's Atorney. Ofiiee and Postofflce address, Ken mara, N. Dak. GEO. H. PHELPS Lawyer Office in First State Bank Building Bowbells, N. Dakota VICTOR L. LIND N O A Y U I Lands, Loans, Fire, Lightning and Hail Insurance. BOWBELLS, NORTH DAKOTA C. E. PIERSON A O N E Y -A -L A W BOWBELLS, N. D. C. A. SHERMAN C. H. MARSHALL SHERMAN & MARSHALL ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice In all State and Federal Courts PORTAL, NORTH DAEOTA VERRET & HECKLL ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Notary Publics Practice in All Courts BOWBELLS, NORTH DAK. GEORGE H. GJERTSEN ATTORNEY^AT-LAW Practice in all courts BOWBELLS. NORTH DAKOTA COYLE & HERIGSTAD ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice ii all State and Federal Courts MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA E. R. SIINKLER Attorney at Law Practice in all State and Federal Courts MINOT, N. DAK. Dr. A. M. LIMBURG Physician and Surgeon Office in Movius Block Bowbells, N. D. DR. A. L. DOE Physician and Surgeon Office three doors west of P. 0 Bowbells, N. D. C. J. CAMPBELL DENTIST BOWBELLS, N. D. At home, except Fridays, weeks begin ning with 1st and 3rd Mondays At Ambrose 2nd week of each month and at Flaxton all other Fridays. Geo. C. Benno REGISTERED OPTICIAN All work guaranteed. Prices right. No glasses, no pay. At The Benno Drug Co. BOWBELLS, Hf. 0 COL. E. C. MAHONEY Licensed Auctioneer Sales Conducted in Burke and Adjacent Counties. Satisfaction Guaranteed BOWBELLS, NORTH DAKOTA CHARLES J. KOPRIVA Up-to-Date Auctioneer FOR TERMS AND DATES SEE HIM AT Bowbells, North Dak. J. W. M09R E A U I O N E E Sales Cried in Burke and Adjacent Counties SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Call or Phone Me for Dates when intending to hold a sale. BOWBELLS, N. DAK. Hide Market furnished by THE MINOT HIDE & TANNING CO. No. l'» Np. 2'» G. S. Hides, 26 lbs. and up 13 !. 13 G. S. Kip, 15 to 25 lbs IS 1-2.. 12 G. S. Calf. 8 to 15 lbs 161-2. .15 G. S. Bulls, Stags, Oxen and Side branded, flat 10 Green Hides, 25 lbs. and up 11 12 Green Kip, 15 to 25 lbs 121-2 .11 Green Calf, Htol5 lb* 151-Z..1* Green Bulla, Stags, Oxen and Sidebranded, flat -9» Sheep pelts, each 15 to.|1.0Q Horse hides, each 1,50 to,#K.fO All abov« prices are F. O. B. Minot Prices for. Tanning for Robes, Rita*, Etc. Horse or cow, any size t4.75 Colt or Kip... 3.7S Calf :. UW Sheep skins $ .60 to 2.00. Angora Goat skins 60 to 2.40 Dog skins.. .76 to LOO Deerskins, hair on LOO-foiOO" Deer skins, for buck LO&to&OO Price of Liaiaa Roboo Ilone or cow, any size f*.7£ Colt or Kip, any size i.7fc Calf, for Rugs, any size 1.75 Minot Hide& Tanning Co. Phone 110 50S Front St, MiMt/tt. 9