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MARY KELLER WINS IN REICH
ERT WILL CASE HEIRS APPEAL
After being out from eleven o'clock
until six o'clock in the evening Fri
day, the jury in the famous Reiehert
will case decided in favor of Miss
Mary Keller, of Carrington, fiancee
of the late Jos. Reiehert who died
in Minot a year ago. The ease had
'division in the county court, admit-J*.
Monday and Tuesday
MAgy MILES MINTER
"All Souls' Eve"
Also "Kuth'of the Rockies"
—"Episode No. 3
Wednesday and Thursday
"The Iron Rider"
Two Reel Sunshine Comedy
Friday and Saturday
The attorneys for the heirs will ap-1 is seldom profitable. This esjfccially
peal the case to the supreme court has been proven true where middlings
and -will ask for a new trial, alleging have been used. Some element seems
f.rror. to he lacking in providing the calf
*OR SALE—One Samson tractor
and plow, nearly new. Price right.
C. H. Withers & Co. 2/24-2t
Week of March 7
Editor Mason Returns such feeds and render digestion eas
C. W. Mason, editor of the Minot! ier.
Daily News, has returned from his' If a cow i§ in health and strong con
old home, London, Wis., where he was dition at and after freshening time
called by the death of his father. she ought to be tried or tested out to
see if she is a producer or a boarder.
J. A. SOKENSEN
[n dai cow several
things must be considered. Keeping
-tins a former will to probate in which "p nrnfif
Miss Keller was to have received only! 'lel ,P .V. *. ?,
$200.00. the remainder of the. prop- ^he will produce strong healthy off
trty, including a farm of nearly a
to the brothers and sisters of the de- P^ar as possible the feeds needed
ceased. In the second will, signed to manufacture milk and fat, and at
just fifteen minutes before death, the the same time provide her with adc
heirs were given the personal&prop- l"ate nourishment for her maintain
crty while the farm was bequeathed ance and the calf she is carrying,
to Miss Keller. Feeding one grain alone as a ration
half section of valuable land, north- order to have the cow produce
west of Minot, worth $20,000, jjoini?!a Pro»t it
necessary to feed her
Miss Keller left Saturday for the: with proper nourishment while carry
home of her parents at Carpio, to ing it. Quite often they are born house with the likelihood that It will
visit two weeks after which she will with weak limbs or lacking in general also gain support in the senate, briiftc
return to G«r ring ton to resume her vitality. ||K about a change In the present pub- mwo'fhr'tho blenn'lum
position with the J. C. Penney Co. The juices of the stomach and in- ho depository regulations. The three
The heirs as well as Miss Keller testines of the cow seem unable to sn-called "program measures" intro
de,clare they are fighting for principle mix well with this ^fine ground feed «iur-«l hv independent members of the
and say they will fight the case to (middlings). While it has been used i.,,,,*.. r'ulled of tin- two thirds vote
the last ditch even tho neither should with moderation with a ration of more p,,J. llb
get a cent out of the property. The bulky feeds, such as bran or oats,
farm will remain in the control of: better results would have been attain
the special administrator, Carl B. ed with its young, also a better milk
Bach until the decision is handed down flow. A feed with fluff is not so
4rom the supreme court. heavy in the digestive track and the
juices are absorbed more readily by
She should produce from 3 1/2 to
4 1/2 pounds of milk for each pound
-of grain consumed. When no silage
is used a larger proportion of grain
Silage is a very good roughage for
all cattle as it is a moist feed and
comes nearest to pasturage. On the
avera.ee a dairy cow will eat about
2 1/2 to 3 pounds of silage per cwt.,
that is, a hundred pound cow will eat
from 25 to 30 pounds of silage daily
A cow fed silage and grain as men
tioned will, as a rule, consume about
15 pounds of hay for 1000 pounds of
her weight. If only a grain ration
is used the amount of hay should be
These are general rules a feeder
must study each individual to ascer
tain her special needs to get the best
results from feeding the dairy cow. I
Chalmers Car Burned
Ion chemical used. The body of
the car was burned. The car was
insured for $850.00 which will-cover
JAMES JOHNSON, Pres. C. A. BUGGE, Vice-Pres.
H. A. KLUVER, Cashiel-
FIRST STATE BANK
Capital $10,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00
BURLINGTON, NORTH DAKOTA
Statement of Condition at close of business'
February 21, 1921
Loans and discounts .$108,986.8£
Victory notes and bonds--.--
Banking house and fixtures——
Other real estate.
Cash and due from banks!
Interest-earned, not collected
Capital1"stock $ 10,000.00
Surplus and undivided profits--..—. 16,921.78
Bank of North Dakota— None
Bills Payable 18,000.00
Interest earned, unpaid 2,230.00
Officers and Directors
James Johnson, President W. E. Gross, As?t. Cash'.'
C. A. Bugge, Vice-President R.E.Barron
H. A. Kluver, Cashier D. W. Bowker
Grist of the
EACH DIVISION COMPLETES
BUSINESS IT ORIGINATED
Kucli house of the legislature ha*
disposed of all the business It origi
nated, either by passing or killing
every bill introduced.
Only' ten affirmative votes were cast
on the Whitman highway bill which
was introduced in the senate early in
the session and has been widely diB
cussed... The bill abolishing the school
of forestry af Bottineau and providing
for the establishment in its stead of
for tubercular incurables ('ailed
to pass the senate. Mees' bill for the
chissitictition of farm lands for taxa
tion purposes passed.
In the house, also, a hill providing
for tile reclassification of property for
assessment purposes was passed.
The public depository act passed the
to enact bills changing re-
ferred measures, and so will not get
to the seiiat^.
The measure in chynge I lie person-j
ncl of the stale industrial commission
carried ."!» to while 7."i affirmative
voles were necessary. The rural cred
its l.iil had 00 affirmative, 5- negative
votes, and the bill to dissolve the Bank
of N'orlli Dakota had 58 ayes and 54
GOVERNOR SIGNS THE FIRST
THREE MEASURES PRESENTED
The first three hills signed by Gover-
nor Krazier and messaged to the sen
Senate lull No. 1. permitting an ,-is
sistiint attorney general to dose up lifs
private legal affairs after appointment
and before tiiking up the duties of
otViee. ami permitting county attorneys
to defend criminal cases outside of
llieir own districts.
Senate lull No. x. relating to the
care of I'celde minded persons.
I iiese were lite tir-»t..three measures
to go to the governor.
Governor Frazier in Washington.
A six cylinder Chalmers automo
bile owned by Hollis Close and H. A.
Vandry was burned on the north hill
Sunday evening. The driver had
shut off the gas and coasted down
the hill, the engine back firing when with union labor heads in Washington
I it started again. The fire depart
nient was called out and the 40 gal-
Teachers Meet Here April 21-23
1. T. Simley, superintendent of the
Rugby schools, and president of the
Northwestern Educational Association
was in Minot Saturday conferring: zation to keep their assets as liquid as
with local educators concerning the possible.
irogram for the annual convention to
held in Minot, April 21-23. Dr.
O'Shea of the University of Wiscon
I sin will be the principal speaker. The
sessions will be held at the Normal
school and high school auditorium.
BUY KUBAXKA WHEAT
A club order of 100 bushels of Ku
banka wheat was purchased from
Chas. Ouradnik, Burlington, and ship
ped to Douglas in two Ford trucks.! effort
l-'raV.ier is on a
trip to Washing!no. 1. and eastern
points in the interests of the state's
finances. (Jovernor Krazier conferred
and tis a result the American Federa
tion of Labor is considering making
a large deposit in the I'.ank of North
Dakota. If it is possible for the or
ganization to take this step It will
stamp with the approval of organized
labor the ?»ortli Dakota program. The
main drawback to the purchase by the
federation of any state bonds is the
fact that it Is the policy of this orgtfni-
RECALL ELECTION IS
OTED BV COMMITTEE OF 21
The unanimous vote of the commit
tee of *J1. composed of seven each of
Democrats. Republicans, and -members.
«f the Independent Voters association,
was for a recall election in this state
in the m*ar future. The purpose is an
to siippiniit Governor Frazier,
it was distributed to the following Attorney General Leinke. mul Ci.minis
farmers: A. G. Burgeson, 25 bushels,: sinner John X. ilagan. as well as three/
0. Fladseth, 25 bushels J. Vick,
25 bushels. E. Presthus, 15 bushels
Sam Engune, 10 bushels.
members of the supreme court, anil to
initiate three independent program
laws which are deemed likely «to fail
of passage at the present session.
Petitions demanding- a recall miist
lie signed by per cent of the quali
fied electors who voted fpr governor
at the preceding election, and must be
lih'd with the secretary of- state, who
.will call the election not less than 40
nor more than 4i days thereafter.
It is reported as unlikely that the
investigation of the state industries
will be continued after the adjourn
ment of The legislature.
Lemke May Not Need Funds,-.
Attorney General William Leinke- de
clined to appear before house "com
mittee and explain why lie is accept
ing money coniribfited ly the puhfic
for the' purpose of carrying oil the
work-of his office, lie expressed the
opinion in liis written repl.v thai the
legislature will pass a suTieient ap
propriation for ill of this
office for the bieiiiiiuui beginning July
I, when itpproprjptions become avail
able. His comment on the contribu
tions was that it may be necessary to
resort to funds raised in this manner
to carry out ilie woric of the office for
the period intervening between how
and the availability of the approprl-'
Gleaned in Pssaing.
The house investigating committee
has attacked the policy of the stato
industrial commission in conducting
paid advertising campaign to bring,
before the voters jof the state their
side of the audit of,the state Indus-"
tries. It is contended by the cofninis:
sion that it is nece«S'nry|t6 brinjf the
truth before the' people through these
»channels in order to: offset false im
pressions that are going broadcast
with regard to the state's flaaucts sad
SOME CHANGES LIKELY IN
SENATE BUDGET MEASURE
were recommended by ilie senate com
mittee to that body for the .North l»a
!ota budget for the next two years,
and with a few more or less important
changes the bill was passed without a
dissenting vote, going to the' house,
where It has been under consideration
for several days.
Considerable paring before the meas
ure takes its final form Is expected.
Any changes made In the house will
have to be discussed in a joint cojifer
Mlnot normal with $110,000 a
law school building is promised the
university with lUMWlu-
tion. while $0.$-,9.i0 is allowed
rut from $-,800 to JfwtOO. i»nd all jn
stenographers from $125 to $100 per j,
Hot protest was entered against sin
effort to slush the $254,000 appropria
tion for Agricultural college extension
work, aiid lic motion tost 87 to 0.
RESERVES IN BANKS OF
STATE MUST BE INCREASED
Thirty days' time hast been given the
lianks of the slate by the state bank
examiner, O. K. I.of thus, to build up
their cash reserves to the point re
quired by law, that is, ten per cent of
demand deposits and seven per cent of
time deposits. A penalty of not less
Mi,-in $100 nor more than $500 nay be
imposed f«»r failure to meet with this
It is pointed out by F. W. Cathro
and other heads of the state financial
organization, that because of the pecu
liar situation this fall ihe banks were
allowed to slide by this law ami let
their reserves tlecrease. The holding
policy of-the farmers and the preva
lent stringency made it seem inadvis
able to strictly enforce the law he
cause' of the hardship it would have
Senate hill No. 11'. amending the law
relating to labeling concentrated feed-j worked to farmers and hankers both,
it was pointed mil.- Now. however,
when demands are being made 011 the
state bank, and when it, in turn. 11111st
look to the banks of the state. It fs
deemed' advisable to bring the re
LM CAN STOrftD
DR. DON McMAHAN
1st. By destroying, cause of Dis
(a) Burning carcasses most reli-,
'able—dig trench 1 foot wide, 1 foot,
deep, 5 feet long and lay metal bars,
across, place carcass, over furnace,
slash skin in several places, saturate
with kerosene and with a few sticks
of wood' in trench every hour or so
ence committee representing both sen- I will completely consume the carcass. iifg animal in harness, keep collars
ate and house. '(h) Bury carcass (not advisable) scrupulously clean, wash shoulder*
Land to complete the campus and a dig hole 7 feet deep, cover with quick with pure, clean, cold water when
new building are provided for the lime then dirt. ^'np from field at noonand even
now Disinfect premises where ting. This alone will prevent W per
carcasses have laid place thick layer cent of sore shoulders. If shoulders
of straw and burn, if they have to be| became galled, clean as directed
hau, on 8to'neor
maintenance the next two years the
state highway commission's allowance (J,) All cattle in infected territory For the shouler bruise, large or
is cut front $01,000 to $50,000,per year two months old up to thp age of 2 small, nothing will do but perfect
a new $50,000 building is provided for or 3 years old should be vaccinated drainage, the sooner the better. This
the school for the deufut lVvils Lake at regular periods. Do not depend' is a job for the veterinarian.
the fair appropriations for Fargo and on one vaccination. The large tumor like growths that
irand Forks are increased to $10,000 (b) Government vaccine is furnish- result from Sore shoulders and bruises
per year and for Mtindaii to $r»,ii00 per ed free to stockmen. Apply to the that become so annoying in summer
year the tax commission is cut from I Live Stock Sanitary Board, Bismarck time and disappear in the winter,
It is lield that half of the banks in
the state do not have sufficient liquid
assets, and flie enforcement of the
reserve law may spur tbein on and so'
change the situation as to bring con
siderable financial relief. 1
Book Transfer Settles Case.
Making a book transfer of funds, the
Bank of North Dakota has adjusted
the claim of Hurke county for $150,000
of funds said to be necessary for the
conduct of the county's affairs. The
attorney'genera I of the state has ruled
that public funds are not subject to
garnishment, and while several gnr
Niishment proceedings have-been insti
tuted, the Hurke county case is the
first to be settled and settlement was
effected without a trial of thet gar
The Bank of North Dakota had about
firm,000 of the comity fuud| on de
posit and had redeposited some
Jjilwith the varlotis banks of the
county. Having placed all of these re
d«*posits to the credit of the Hurke
county treasurer. I lie bank issued a
draft for ST.tKNi to make up tlie bal
ance. and the transaction was closed.
Law fence Larson is treasurer of Burke
county and was active in working out
Auditor Upholds State Bank.
H. L. Altiuan, an auditor in the em
ploy of the Bishop-fy-issinan company
which submitted the report now being
investigated by both house and senate
upon the condition of the state's in
dustries, declared in his testlnuuy be
fore the senate that the Bank of North
Dakota lias all the elements of a com
mercial bank and thnt its condition,
on the bi'isls of liquid assets, deinaud
liabilities, etc., is as good as that of
any ordinary bank. ^It developed in
his testimony'that 61 per cent of the
bank's liabilities are in liquid assets,
while the average was said to bo
End of Session Near.
With the close approach of the time
fixed by law for the expiration of the
present session of the legislature, both
houses are -speeding up tholr action.
The senate passed the bill appropri
ating $60,000 for the Immigration de
The measure tjttislng the levy for the
state bonus t6 one mill and removing
restrictions on the use to which boons
payees nay pat the money passed the
houM without opposition..
The senate approved the bill legalising
all banks and the Bank of North Da
kota as public depositories.
A bill appropriating 9260,000 for the
erection of an electee plant at the
penitentiary to supply that Institution
and the city of Blamarck was passed
in the senate--, .'^':
A concurrent resolntion for lifting
the two-term limits Imposed upon the
incumbent of the office of county sher
iff was killed In the house on the
•grounds that tin1 nature of the office la
such a* to make the organisation of a
MUtlcal machine easy.
Regular style Razor.
the Black Leg Filtrate to be pur
chased through your local Veterinar
ian or Druggist.
(d) CAUTION. At times Black
Leg is not easily distinguished from
other diseases, using Black Leg Vac
cine tin cattle dying from other cause*
will not help the trouble. When pos
sible to do so by all means employ a
l)R. DON McMAHAN
Clip shoulders in spring before plac-
^anure boat. above and immediately apply the fol-
ground. «, lowing solution: 1/2 ounce of tannic
By Vaccinating. acid dissolved in 1 quart of water,
N. D. should be dissected out entirely. This
!•»«..» (c) The commercial vaccines may' should be done late in fall or when
Salaries of deputj state officials are
|)e hjjd jn different
pellets horse can be kept out of eollar for
country store, of the at least three months. Another job
preparations we recommend fqr the veterinarian.
AEOLIAN RECORDS FOR MARCH
I'lay on any phonograph. A wonderful clear toned
record by high class artis's. Every one is a dandy.
53003—Statet Matar—Qal Mt homo (Who Would
Not Pity)--May Peterson and liita Forma
30116—Oat WlMM tlu West Beglaa
John Charles Thomas
24013—Collaan Arooa Colin 0'M»r
mn Colin O More
24014—fcOYe's Old (WNt Soar Maurice Damboie
£*t the Best of the World Oo By
I'^ox Trot Selvin Dflncc Orcnt str«4
36211—Ballet SffyptlMl The Aeolian Sym. Orchestra
Fraeludlwu The Aeolian Sym, Orchestra
14140—Why Don't Yon? Hugh Donovan
County Berry Mary Hugh Donovan
14141—I want to Be the deader of the Band—
"Wish Bad Been Bora In Borneo
14142—When Yoa'r* Gone I Wont Vorget -Shtinnon four
Mother of Pearl
14143—AU Sha'd Say Waa
Somebody Bnt tfee Man on lie J'
14144—When You book Xn the Byea of a Vale Har«
I 14145—Broadway Boae—Fox Trot Joekers' Dance
-McMurray and Shields
Trot A1 .lookers' Dance Orchestra
1 Why Don't Yon?—Fox Trot A1 Jockers' Banc.- Orches.tra
14147—III* of Paradlae—Waltz Ferrera-Franchini and Green
1 Perrera-Ft-anchini and nreen
On Kilo Boy—Waltz.
Most of these pieces are carrieil in stock in sheet music at
:!5e. Send your order for either tecord- or sncct music.
SAL VET FOR STOCK
Has no e|(ial. Every bit is good and no lifter is used to make bulk, i'se
fjal Vet, it tones your stock and expels worms r.Oc and up. pound, Impound
and 100 pound packages.
Sal Vet poultry tonic .'!0c and 0c. SalVet lice powder -0c. Roup tablets,
ciw remedy, gall cure.
We have NKST I'XiGS— 25c a doien
Do not forget that we have it and can quote you low prices. Make up a
list 01 a few farmers ami get 5 to 10 gallons or more.- You save money and
save us expense.
Now is the time to think of them. Get them early and do .ten times as
as trying to kill later in season. Woodisrk 50c: KiJI-Kin-Quick o0c
Strychnine also carried in stock.
You can always get most any kind of soap here. Two leaders:
PURK TAR'SOAP. A fine large cake that is as good
fbr shampoo as any soap sold. Per half doien. Special.-..
PlIRK ULYCEKINE SOAP. A fine transparent
glycerine soap. Special per half dossn
Stork Castile 20c
Cocoa Castile 10c
Almond and Cocoa Oil Soap, 2 for 26c
Woo 1611 ry' avFacial
Germicidal, Foot, Skin, and soaps for all purp' ses. Priced right.
I'enslar Corn Collode, the best, 35c
Candies and Kaster Eggs lc to*5 and 10c Baskets :i5c Cotton Easter Rabbits
and Chicks lc Uf 15ceach Easter Card! lc to 35c Post Cards, 2 for Be
Special Easter Candy 1 pound Brach's Fruits and Nuts 89c.
THE N0.2A AUTOGRAPHIC
At new price. With R. R. lens Takes
pictures 2^x4^. The best low-priced folding
autographic camera made. The same thing in
No.lA Kodak Jr. Premo Folding, same size.
Brownies $2.00 up
Films all sites, developing powders, papers,
graduates, extra parts, portrait lens, etc., etc.
Albums, from _--®5c up
White Pencils 10c
Send us your developing for better work and
no extra cost.
EASTER WILL SOON fJE HERE
Now is the time to get things ready. Colorite Hat Dye tnc Colorite Fabric
Dye 26e Diamond Dyes 15c Putnam Dyes 10c Sunset Dyes lie Rit Soap
Dyes 10c Butterfly Tints 10c Ekru for curtains 15c Zet colors or blackens
shoes 3fic: Radium Shoe Colors and Polish, all shades, 15c: Wbittemore's Shoe
Polish 15c and 25c Shinola 10c Two in One, our leader, 15c.
A bargain at ..$2.50
A yvonderfnl Safety Raior ......$5.00 Qem .......at $1.00, is very good
Westcios are best. Buy oae now. Bingo $3.75: America $2.00 others
$2.75 and IS.75.
You will want one when spring work starts. Save yonr good watch
kee Ingersoll $1 40 Radiolite 13.16 others to $11.50.
Benno Drug Co., Phone 42
Kodak, Book, Music, Stationery Store
Imported Castile. 20c
Bath Tablets, for 15c
Jap Rose Soap, 2 for 85c
Cashmere Boaqnet Soap Sic