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ERS ..0 A.. oom m o FARMERS' INDEPENDENT NEWS OF INTEREST NEWS Peter Skjerven leaves on Wednes- day for Nmwtay, and expects to be a- broad for three months. Oscar Johnson, who is with the G. N. railway company, spent Tuesday here. A number of Solway people attend- ed the Woodman dance here last Sat- urday night. Mrs. Chas. McDonald entertained I i Representatives-at-large ~ Statement of the ! I Condition of ](SEAL) R.W. DELANEY, [One It(retired F'orty-aeven (147), P~nlg~ Mrs. John Tarleson and baby visit,-~ ~ FIRST STATE BANK, tNotary Public, Clearwater Co., Minn. " Tb/rt.v-eight (38). in Clearwater Coun- ty, Minnesota. and to exclude each ~nd ed with Mrs. Lars Larson Wednesday. 1 of ghevlin, Minnesota, at the close of [ My commission expires March 20,1920 all of the defendants bereln from hay-- John Yide called at ~ Fewins' Wed- [ business on October 6, 1920 .... c - ing. or elniming' any right, litle, or ln- nesday evening. [ .UI:M~IONS. terest in or lien u~'mn said real estate. State of Minnesota, County of Clear- II G PATTON. Mrs. Dennis Nee, Mrs. F. Keen am] [ RESOURCES wah~r. District Court. l~)th Judicial Atto-ney for Plaintiff. (laughter Cecil. Mrs. M. R. Doidge, all Loans and discounts ..... $112,817.99 l)lstriet. 200 Northwestern Buildir~g'. Ltla A. l'atlon. Plaintiff, called at Mrs. S. Fewins' Thursday. Overdrafts ............. 568.87 vs. Minneapolis. Minneso~ Erick Anderson anti sister Christi- U. S. Bonds and other U.S. t~,,uis (). tlerg. Maxwell M. Pratt. Stew- 47-49-c. ha, called at August Johnson's home ~t,.t A. I'ratt. Mel(lred Hunter. Percy for governor! informally at her home Monday even- Wednesday afternoon obligations ............ 18.150.0(I I'ratt Bessip vviison. Grace WilSon. ~ .... Banking House, furniture ,n,I lih~ unknown heirs Of (hnia M. lieutenant governor! ing. At the close of a very successful Mr. Griltith has his house complet- and fixtures .......... 3,417.511 Prntt. ~nd all otber persons unknown. [ ~ ~ -- -, ~o'o,t-~l"n in't'onqa~tUI~'~da'f' VT ;Y;J(~'m t.heffo.rtyhe^ bou~li\.t h reyent!y; ,h, hn,ng ar v r uhi. t t c. estate, in- ~ I~ I~ I1 [] II attorney general! evening a thFee course luncbeon was ~ " " Checks and drafts in t,q,.st o- i,,:n in the real (-stat( de-1 /~ ~ I ~ i III justice supreme court! served. Small tables were decorated ; transit .................. 1,180.00renda,,s [ ~ -_ _ -- )n for congress! with autumn flowers and covers were sc,'ihed in the compta nt herein, l~e- [ l~.'7/IB_! i-.~l lm n Due from other The State of Minnesota to the Above~ ~-I~.~It _MoneFbmek wRhout ~tmlllt~ ty and A. J. Hemstad for laid for 12 guests. The guest list in- here from near Alexan,'h-ia. " banks ...... $ 18,504.87 [ Narn(.d l~efen,lants: I ~e-fait~'in'"~ yes-at-large! eluded Misses Versa Burfield, Mabel Ben Bartlett shipped woo! Friday. Cash on hand: | f,u arc her, by .~ummoned and re-! ~tiTl~li,-~ ~n, of Clearbrook, was Rauk, Rudy Peterson, Cecil Holton, M.R. l)oidge is erecting a new bm:n ! quired to answ,..r" the ( omp aint of I le I ~F" If'ill Ri~liM~'~I;~'~T'-E~ hess Tuesday. He cried a the Mines. E. T. Gordon and Edna A. Henderson was quite ill last Cu~' ........... 992.o0 Iplaintiff in the above entitled action [ E *ILl r'[ ~tehln|['skih lil~ Hanson. Messrs. AIf Rain, Chester wetk, but we are glad to report that ~om .......... 230.00 [which eon,ldaiut is on tih, in the of- I~ ~ 4~ Trl I 75 ~ntbox at ~r-~l~ .r Barness anti Miss Swan Burfiehl, ('harle~ Rauk, John Desjar- he is iml)roved at th~s writing. Silver ........ 289.10 t fi,'e of the Clerk of the above nampd t.:ot|r~, :{11(1 to serve a Co|)y of )'out" all- Imperial Drug Co., Bagley Minnesota. ey, were visitors here on ,lines, E. T Gohlon and Chas McDon- Loyd Wilson anti Ed and Lewis Lar- Other ........... 55.05 swer t(, the said complaint on the sub- I Total Cash Assets .......... 20,071.02 scril,er, IL (I. Pattoria at his office, Room I ~ ~ . 200 Nortbweatern Bank Building, fn theI ..... ' 13fSocietythis week.of the lmtheran ahl. --o------ calledsn' Wilmarat the andM. R.GertrudeDoidgeFewinS'home lastall Checks and cash items ........ 951.92 ('ity of Mi,meapolls, Courlty of Henne- Iw ........ *lP aehl at tile home of Mrs. [] --D Saturday afternoon. . Total .... $~ pin and Sta~e of Minnesota. within ] tk;OlO In ~le rlellQ [ twenty days After t le serviee of this [ I. I~ mmt*~ o,~..t~ "~roo~'l oo,,,,.~ 'lh Wednesdav. l,unch was ]1SHEVLIN-MOOSE NEWS I[ Miss C, ora Johnson went to her - ,, ~ . ............... o ........... r... ,~- notice ,lpOYl y U, exetLl~ive Of the d~y Ions wh~ a,-= ~,,h~=~ ~.. ~.~...**+ -,.~ arge number of la~lies.~----~ home neat' Clearbrook Friday evening ' LIABILITIES of such service "tnd if you fatl to an ,,, ~= "k~],~ ,%,~'~'~ ~v,d.~.,,~,.~,..-2,.~,~ aney, L. A. l,arson andShips(call for governor! to visit with her folks anti to'he at the Capital Stock ............ $ 10,000.00 swer ti~e said comphtlnt wzthin the time HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will [aforesaid the plaintiff tn this action build" up the System, cleanse the Blo~ m, went to Bagley Wed- Mallon for lieutenant governor! sale Saturday---her folks are selling Surplus Fund ........... 2,000.00 [ will a~,ply to the Court for the relief and render them leas liable to cO|~. Sullivan for attorney general! out and intend to move to Clearbrook. Undivided profits, net 843 72 [ den~an,:h,d in said complaiut. Re~eated attac~ of Acute C~+~rrh ,-,o,, end the Republican rally. .s Elefson and Mr. Edor Siegel for justice supreme court! A. Henderson anti wife visited with Reserved for Depreciation 11 tl(mYuisarebrough, tfurlberforntifiedthe thatpurlmsethis ac-oe leadr to cnromc ..... (:atarrn." " ent last Friday in Crook- Thornmdson for congress! Tom Torgerson Sunday. on bonds ..............696.90 [ quie.ting title in ph, i,,tiff to the Sou( ~ P~ALL'$ .CATARRI~ M EDTQTI~..~ Is tan- g. " Walter Day anti A. J. Hemstml for Miss Cecil Keene was very low but Notes Rediscounted and half of Northeast quarter of Seetiou en mtsrnany ena acts tnrougn tne ~tooi ~s are sent out for the Representatives-at-large! [is some~vhat better at this writing. Bills Payable ........ 14,500.00 Twenty-eight (28L Township One t21un- on the_ Mucolls Surfaces.of th.e Sy0tem. dred I.':)rty-ev,n (147) ltan~e 'ghirtv- All Druggists 7be. TeStimonials ~Iiss Agnes Ellefson, dau- Ned Stewart transacted business in Misses Edna anti Sophia Hendrick- Deposits Subject eight (38) in t iearwater Clarity Min- -$100.00 for any ease Of catarrh and Mrs. Gust Ellefson, Bemidji betwen trains last Saturday. sen, Opal and Elmer Doidge, Nellie to check .... $ 69,935.76 nesota, and to exetnde each an(:l'all of HALLS CATARR~ MEDICINE will Wl~ the (1,,fondants herein from t:aving or eye., *"U-n--~. CO ~oledo Ohio, Bredeson. son of Mr. anti BORN--to Mr. anti Mrs. George and John Wilson, Gertrude and Rosa olai,ning any right, title or interest in . ~u= =~ ..... The wedding will Dufty, on Friday, Oct. 8th.--Mower Kramer. all visited with Gertrude Total Immediate or Sen upon said real estate. Wednesday, Oct. 20th. County News. The Dufty's were for- Fewins Sunday afternoon. Liabilities .... 76,099.34 ]t tL PATTox, and Manley returned from Blabon, N. D. ;rnmpton and (laughter from a three weeks Tuesday. Gordon entertained the Congregational ladies Saturday afternoon. .:, of Fosston, arrived to be night operator at mer residents of Moose. E. A. Harvey and John Grinstea(I. atendcd the auction sale which was held at Jacob Peterson's farm in Nora. Clara Gordon has acepted a posi- tion as school mistress in.district No. 35. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Sundel, of Bagley, were Sumlay calers at Aunt O]son. Miss Sumlel acompanied her folks home. an Oakland More wedding bells sonn will be L. Johnson of Clear- heard again by reports just out. Luzella Sundel resigned her posi- ~n and Miss Madge tion as school mistress in district 35 ee t train visitors in last Friday. r, the guests of Miss Olof, Alfred aml Ole Peterson, and Ole Johnson, of Vining, visited at the r, a Linen Shower home of their relatixes, Mr. and Mrs. .s Agnes Ellefson, a L. O. Salvaten last Saturday, return- . The exening was ing to their home Sunday via auto favorite receipes and The community was ~aken by sur- e the bride to be in- prise Saturday afternoon last when ~s and music, after which Ester Anderson, (laughter of Mr. and Jneh was served to 12 Mrs. Jolm Anderson, and Oler Alert- Ellefson received a sum- son were unitetl in man-iage by ~Rev. 'ul gifts. Nelson at Bagley. They were at~ten- ine Hanson, of Bemidji, ded by Helega Solberg "and Amh'ew !k end with her cousin, Anderson, brother of the bride. They almpton, will reside on the groom's farm 2~ Olsen and Miss Madge miles south Of Shevlin. The young ntertained by Mr. and folks in the neighborhood greeted at dinner ola" Wednesday them that same evening at their home with a serenade of cow-bellaand mus- Miller anti Miss M. I ic. The evening was spent (lancing, re Bemidji visitors last and the merry gathering dispersed at an early hour of the next morning, ~. F. A. Noyes and fam-~ Frank Juline aia(1 John Grindstead i Clearbrook last Satur- wishing the newly-weds hanpiness. motored to Baglev on Monday where 0gram will be given at I Mr. Grindst~ad wiil play checkers with hall on the vening of lsome of the Bagle.v exi)erts. e price of admission "and I Women, i'~ook Here! !5 cents. I Dear women voters of today, you Extrum, of Bemidji, ldon,t want to forget, but be sure" to r end at the home of her vote on Nov. 2ml. You don't have to Mrs. Oscar Peterson. l register in this county in order to Hannen returned here I vote. Women re~ister in the lar~e Saturday from Hatten, cities onh'. We mu~t vote to eff~et she has been employed [the vote of the women in the villages In, who moved here and the lar_ffe eitiesg nter, bought some lots [:] ~ __ ~ [--j + E. Rider anti is buihl- 4-LEGGED LAKE NEWS tI house. Vn V~ will have a Shi0stead for governor! home a mile and a Mallon for lieutenant governor! of Shevlin on Oet. 23. Sullivan for attorney general! of Leonard, washere Siegel for justice supreme court! ~dnesday. Thormod~t,n for congress! went to Solway last Walter Day and A. J. Hemstad for he will spend the win- ~ John. Where There's a Baby on Farm Keep , of Melntosh, was Rat-Snap " Rats are on most farms. Once they Charles McDonald and [~wet inside the house---look out. Rats Irvin Gordon, motored ~kill infants --biting them is not us- Lake Sunday. I usal . ~ursing bottles attract rats. )f Minneapolis, arrived{Break a cake of RAT-SNAP aml will spend a month~ throw it around, it will surely rid you of rats and mice. Three sizes, 35e, of fake Itasea. pur-|65c, $1.25. sohl and guaranteed by here in town aml will| L K. Rauk and Gordon Bros., Shevlin. future. ] 47-c Mallon, ~ullivan, Lily Anderson, Siegel. Thormod- E. E. Lewis, O. T. Holty, Edward Rydeen and Gilbertson! Wilmer Fewins visited with Ed and Liabilities .... 69,935.76 Lewie Larson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerffen visited with Time certificates 59,180.94 Mr. and Mrs Pete Kramer Sunday. Total Deposits 129,116.70 129,116.70 August l,indgren and family of Bae~ ley, visited at Gust Johnson's home Total .... $ 157,157.32 last Sumlay. Amount of reserve on hand_ $20,930.61 Hehlred and Hilga Johnsoi~ visited Amount of reserve required at their uncle John Isaackson's Sun- by law ................ $11.601.00 clay near Leonard. State of Minnesota, County of Clear- Carl John~n, who has been work- water, ss. ing near Funkley came home Thurs- We, A. Kaiser, President aml T. E. day to visit with his parents, but he Rider Cashier of the above named intends to return Monday to resume Bank, do solemnly swear tha t the his work. " above statement is true to the best of ess s ,1our knoxxle(t~-e and behef Mrs. Mac Barn ~. vi:-ited the scho) " A "- ' in district No. 52 Monday . KAISER. President. ,~ (''-s "" ..... T E RIDER,: Cashier Henr.~ Hen mcK.en visite(t wkn le. CORRECT 'A~m~'m ~ " ' / -- ilJlZ~O,l. ; Ol,lberg last Sunday. ] EWIR LOHN O " ' ------ ~- S SSTADSVOLD [2] -- Li " " FALK NEWS ~ Subscribed and D~::g~S'before me r th~s 13th (la.~ of Octobm, ]990 The Great Northern depot and stock s " ,., . . yards has been completed here and is -- o - " ~ n " Droveme~ t to F',,6 Be your own master, but as a a ~r_~31m~m is up from~' l~iahnomen starte;" you sbould take a cour~ in and he will start t', build on his far~n the Commercial College, ~me mile east of Eb,o. :uan~aro, ~infi 48-p. F. L. I)aigle ha.~ fn:.d',ed planin~ " , for th~ season. James Stucky Says, "Rat Cos, t Me Otis D~igle i~ i,vihlinz on his farm $125 for I lumbing Bills ' 1!.~ miles fr,,m Ebro. . .. "We couhln't tell what was clog- Henry c;tmKeV was ou~ nuntm~ on,ging up our toih, t and drains Wc Monday and had goodluck Many had o ,~ a ........... t~ ) ..... i .. .~. , t tear uv ..... ,t-.v--~, , .... , ],,---, hunter~ are ~oeri in this vicin]tv the .... +,..... :- .,- ~- ..... , ' ' " ~ " ' ' I "* "~" S .es~ m one uasement. l~ne'~ road from lhce I ake to Fbro is in fine i ~ t( tt n'no " ith )of,, ; . - . : I choked ~e v~-s w.~.. r~.~s.. shape for travel. !The plumbeNs bill was $125. RAT- --7-~-~,,'-T~ ,, SNAP cleanedthe rodent ont." Three TOO LATE O CLASSIFY sizes 35e, 65e, $1.25. Sohl and ~'uar- FOR SALE--Plymouth Rock spring anteed by the Nelson Quality Store, chickens 60 cents each. Joe ILIelm, Clearbrook, Minn. 4;/-c Bagley. o 48-tL __ Preus- nd C0-- perati0n Preus Please Answer. IIL,Y/I~'~ (..g~6~e.:~) I~ il Before we vote for or against hinl, lffJ II will Preus tell us whether he favors [_'. -- ", ----I nmending the state charter of the Minneapolis chamber of commerce to force it to allow co-operative farmers to sell grain? Will he advise the state to finance the farmers as in Canada? Will he likewise give cooperative farmers the right to sell livestock in What kind of voice or in- the exchange at South St. Paul? strument do you like best? Will he tell us why his l)arty in congress refnsed durhlg the last. ses- --which gives you the sion to make co-operation exempt front I anti-trust laws? [ keenersense of pleasure~ bankers front crippling co-operation ut[ --- ~ I critical times by unwarranted with-] drawal of credit? " [ If the farmers of ltopeviIle start a] flour mill, will Preus and his machiueI prevent the milling trust from givingj away flour in that territory for a time.~| Why did the "true blue" safety com-| mission attack the Twin Cities Milk association? Why were these farmer leaders indicted and i~s funds wasted in legal defense? Why is it necessary for farmers to wait to get pay for their dockage and honest weights nntil they can build their own terminal elevators when a law like North Dakota's grain inspec- tion act can give them these things at the next session of the legislature? Why did the republican machine and here ---and we'll play your fa- vorite music on the New ~dison. Listen while the Realism Test brings out each subtle quality of the fight laws protecting the farmers' but- rendition. ter dnrtng the htst session of the legis- lature? g If Preus favors co-operation, why is what you are looking for iris n, aoh,ne made ,t p,ae,|c ,,y iml)ossihle to start a co-operative bank? I * r"-a=a, snaps. What the farmers and other com- mon people want ia to get the profl-i tests off tbetr backs. Does Prens wish ] us to believe that eo-operatlon is a] , will have a carload of New York better tool for u,s prying " preesst.= Iftl and that big business is so anxious1 a few 4[lays, to be pryed off that it is financing his t 9909S (IROCERIES!=''''= t ='' ers get the right method? [ NEW EDISON With regard to this last point, let "Th# Pho.ogra#k wi~ a Soul" us note that that special organ of the Minneapolis chamber of commerce, the Minneapolis Tribune, has just added --givesyqtrallthepl~sure m .n s --8 o 1 yard ~ a co.operative marketing editor to its fro to 1 SUGAR, per ]b 14c staff, which you ordinaril) get m $1.32 $ .69 a ............ Big business i~ going to Jump ~off from hearing your favorite 98 lb. Occident ......... $6.90right away Just to "Save Minnesota from socialism." 10 Ibs. Dark Syrup ...... 90c ...... 10 Ibs. White Syrup .... $1.00 I L L S R A T S Prunes, per Ib ........... 15e ' ' and mice--that's RAT-SN.~P. the old reliable rodent destroyer. Comes in cakes---no mixing with other food. Your money back if it fails. 35c size (1 cake) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. Muslin, per yd ..... 25e. per yd ........ 40c. l~r yd ............. 35c. l~r yd ......... 24Vzc. Flannel, a yd___32c. to $9.00 Blankets at ........ $6.50 Blankets, at__$3.75 IN SHOES--- them over ....... ;8525 MACKINAWS--- $5.98 Santos Coffee, per lb ..... 25e. Peaberry Coffee, per 1b.__32c. Peaberry Coffee, per lb.__35e. Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. for 25e. music rendered by grq~t living artists--then you know the New FAison can bring fullest musical en- joyment into your home. Let us give you this "per- sonal favorites" Realism 65c size (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. EY I i RC/ NTILE CO: =5 size (Stakes)enough for all farm and out-buildings, storage buildings, or factory huiMings. Sold and guaranteed by the Nel. son Quality Store, Clearbrook; Bag- NN. ley Mere. Co., and Imperial Drug Co., Bagley. L.K. Rank and Gordon Brok, Shevlin, Mtnn .......... =-_ 47-50- Tes~ nora. 2ITY DRUG STORE Wright & Hill, Props. ATS DIE Attorney for Plaintiff, 200 Northwestern ]Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. NOTI['Ib] OF LiS PENDENS. ' ,' State of Minnesota. Coun|y of Clear- water. District Court, 15th Judicial so do mice, once they eat RAT- District. Llla A. t'atton, Plaintiff, SNAP. And they leave no odor he- w. hind. Don't take our word for it-- I,oais O. Berg, Maxwell M, Pratt. Stew- try a package. Cats andflogs won't art A. Pratt. Metdred Hunter. Percy touch it. Rats pass up all food ta Pratt. Bessle XVilson. (Irace Wilson and the unknown heirs of Gents M, get RAT-SNAP. Three s~es. l"lratt,' and all ot.her Dersons unknown, 35C size (1cake) enough for ;'ea:~mt"o~'r ~:'~n r:~et~lai e~taatt' (~n- Pantry, Kitcken or Cellar. .trilled in the coml)~q-tint befell1, l)e: 65C size (2cakes) for Chicken ...,fen[lants.. ..... House, coops, or small buildings. The Stale Ol iv,,nne.uota to the Above $1 25 size 5cakes'~ enou-h" for N:tmod ])efendauts: ., " ~ x' -- .{.. ~, Notice is t, ereby givon that an action t all (arm ano out-Dilll~llngS, storag~ has been COl,(merited and iS nov," l,end- buildings, or factory buildings ing in the above named Court by the l ~old" n-! (]'" " .~a t. ~ :j__ al,ove named piainliff atzainst the above [ ~. ~ a u oy .~,orm,. named defendants, the object of which ll~ros., ano L. }(. Rauk, Shev]in; The Is to obtain a Jud~rment that the plain-IBag|ev Mere. C~., and the Imperial tiff iS the owner in f,'e simple of the/ l)rug'Co, Bagley; Nelson nnalitv Nou1b half of I)1(, Northeast qu'~rler of l "~ Seetion Twenty-eight (28), T~wnshi~ i Store, C]earbrook, Minn. 47-50- ~._W.0MEN--IT IS IMPERATIVE that you help with your ballot Nov. 2nd! Help Your ~~[ Molters ,TII I ITItINK of the amount of hen energy, vitality~a~d red blood [ .L required to grow a thousand feathers--the averago plumage I [ A moulting hen needs good health--good appetite--good digestion. [ Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a i helps poultry through the moult and starts pullets and mault~4 hens to laying. It contains tonics for the appetite, tonics~ ~o aid digestion. It tones up the dormant egg organs, It contains iron that gives a moulting hen rich, red blood and a red comb. No disease where Pan-a-cc-a is fed. By all means feed yoal: moultiu~ hens Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-cc-a. We handle the Dr. Hess Line. Call on us. I MPERIAL DRUG COMPANY "The Home of Pure Drugs and Careful Compounding' Tell us how man~ hens you knee. We have a package to stiff. The father of Success is Wort . The mother Success is Ambition. The oldest son is PAY CommonSense. Some of the other boys are erseverance. Hdnesty PER Thoroughness Foresight CENI j Enthusiam Co -operation The oldest daughter is ON Character Some of the sisters are TIHI] . CheerfulneSs Cert$cates Courtesy 0[ C re Economy Deposit i Sincerity Harmony e. The baby is Opporut nity Get acquainted with the "old ma n" and you will be able to along pretty well with the rest of the family. get One of the greatest aids to succe ss is a good bank connection. First National Bank BAGLEY, . MINNESOTA 'rhe Oldest and Strongest Bank in Clearwater Conmty~" \ t,;