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PAGE 6 State of North Dakota~ ss d County of Golden Valley) October 4th, 1938, 9:00 A. M. The Board of County Commissioners met in regularly quarterly session with all members present. Minutes of the preceeding quarter were read and approved. Frank Kreiniuger, Nic Johnson, Oscar Clarin, G. Fahistrom and Lew- is Raisler appeared before the Board relative to grading the road from Thelen to Golva, one mile east of highway No. 16. The matter was taken under advisement. Mrs, Willis appeared before the Board and asked that the water be piped from the Penney House to the Willis House. The Board will take the matter up with the City Council. Samuel Muckle appeared before the Board regarding road right of way and the leveling of the old road right of way, The county hav- ing fulfilled their part of the con- tract, no further action will be taken by tbe Board. Ralph Mosser appeared before the Board in regard to road work in Twp. 143-103 and 144-103. The :Board agreed to send the Patrol out to grade the roads. 12:00 Noon the Board adjourned and reconvened at 1:00 p. m. with all members present. Rufus Lee, supervising Director of F. S. A., Assistant Director Dahl, and G. Etdon Longstreth, Executive Secretary of W'elfare Board, re- ~L~ esentatives from Sentinel Butte, ne Tree, Garner and Bullion Townships appeared before the County Board in the interest of County Wide projects. No action was taken by the Board. Herman Geyer appeared before the Board and purchased the house and Lots 1 & 2, Block 3 in Hunt- er's 4tb Addition under contract for deed for the appraised price of $125,00. Clifford Phillips appeared before Board and asked for a reduction of ~he appraised price of land owned by the County. No reduction wae made by the Board. Mrs. Cordla Wallace appeared be- fore the Board and asked for ne- cessaxy repairs on the house owned b~ tho County where she now te- a.des. The Board agreed to rent the house to her for $8.00 per month and she Is to do her own repairing. County Agent Russell appeared before the Board and asked for ex- tra room. the Board agreed to assign him the Jury room, and as it will be necessary to make some im- provements, the Board authorized the county auditor to eign bills of expense necessary for this improve- ment. The Board checked the Treasur- er's office and found the follow- BALANCE F,,OM III~S TO SEPT. 30, 10,28 Collections Payments .... 46.040.79 July ...................... 16.229.21 24,697.96 August .................. 6.860.15 10,876.32 September ............ 4,713.31 6,808.33 Ledger Balance 9-30-~8 .......... 31.460.84 73,843.45 73.843.45 TRIAL BALANCE FROM OCT. 1, 1938, TO OCT. 5. 1938 Ledger Balance 9-S0~38 .............. 31,460.84 Collections from Oct. 1, 1938 to Oct. 5, 1938 1,610.68 Cash 61.82 C~ecks 388.95 Ca~h Items 1,099.30 School District C.D.'s 24,785.80 Bank Balance 6,736.15 "~3.071.52 33,071.52 KENNETH STOUT, County Treasurer. 5:00 P. M. The Board adjourned to meet Oct. 5th, 1938. Oct. 5th. 1938. 9:00 A. M. The Board of County Commissioners ~net purouant to adjournment wltl~ all members present. Mr, Michael Tschida of Glen ~llln, N. D., who Is Vice president of the North Dakota Water Conser~tion Association, appeared bef~re~ the Board tn the fn~erest of the a.S~ocla- tton and asked that ths ~Olden Valley County dues of th~ year 1938 be paid at this timer The Board agreed to Fay one-h~lf of the amount now which Is t~ sum of $25.00 and the balance to be paid in January. Bills were audited and and ap- proved until noon when the Board adjourned. Tbe Board reconvened at 1:00 P. M. with all members present. J. M. Stecker appeared before the Board regarding sale of his en- g ine which has been used at the dland Dam. Gee. Raisler. Stener Ekre. Win. Zepp, and Roy Snow appeared before the Board and asked that$0 0me grading be done on the road Qhm- nin~ East from the South ~est corner of S(~tlon 6 and the North- west eerner of Section 7 in Town- shtp 138-105. No action was taken at this time by the Board. Frank Haigh appeared be,fore the ;oard and asked that the road be graded beginning at the Northeast corner of Section 2O and the north- west oorner of Section 21 in Town- ship 136-106 due south t. the coun- ty line. The Board agreed to In- spect the roads before ti~e grading is done. T. fl. 1: Iomasen. Engineer in charge of the %V. P. A. operations and Jack Dingle. Area Enulneer in charge of V. P A. appeared be- fore the Board,ll the interest of County 'Wide Projects, under W. P,A. J. F Hard,y appeared before the Board and made arrangements for bridge planks to be used on the road an the south line of Section 26~140-106 RESOLUTION Commissioner W'osepka presented the following resolution and moved Its adopt!on : WHEREAS, O. Eldon Longstreth, ,xecut,ve secretary o'f the County Welfare Board has requisitioned the County for a transfer of $1000.00 to the Social Welfare Fund as the CountY's share of poor relief for tl:e months of August and Septem- ber. 1938. Now, Therefore be it Resolved, That the sum of |1000.00 be and is hereby transfered from the County Bridge Fund to the Social Welfare Fund of Golden Valley County, and that the County Auditor and Coun- ty Treasurer are hereby authorized to make such transzer The motion was seconded by Com- missioner Tescher and upon being put to a vote all commissioners voted "Aye" and the motion de- clared carried and resolution ad- opted. The following bills audited and approved by the county Welfare :BOard and submitted for payment to the Board of County Commissioners subject to personal property taxes due and delin~tuent. Mrs Sarah Brendemuhl~ Care of Hughes children _ 48.25 Adl~omse Hoffm~tn--Care of Falstad ........................ I0.00 Mrs, Emil Smith. Care of Evelyn and Elsie Fal- 28.85 14.00 1.25 Johanson room and board Frank Thetsen, For truck- Ice box .................... :,.. Northrup, For Ju|y rent ........................................ 5.00 Bllllnj County Welfare 21.00 rent... $.I~ Mrs. B.A. Welch, July rent ........................................ 7.00 Dr. M. V. Lyons, for medi- cal attention ............................ 89.50 Dr. O. R. Nlece, far dental work ........................................ 8.00 l~.frs, Ruby M. Doerner, for care of Mrs. Agnes Dun- nigan, July and August .... 75.00 Mrs. B, A. Welch. August house rent ............................ 7.00 Albin Sominskl, August house rent ............................ 5.00 Miller and Vieting, Gro- ceries ................................... 109.33 J. C. Penney Co., Clothing .... 5.23 Boisen's Store, Groceries .... 20.40 Red Owl Store, Groceries .... 20.40 Glenn P. Cook, August rent 12.00 Mrs. Emil Smith, Care of Evelyn and Elsie Fal- stad ...................................... 26.00 Sarah Brendemuhl, Care of Hughes children ................ 50.54 Adam Hoffman, Care of Rose Falstad ...................... 10.00 G. Gilbertson, Room for transient .... .......................... 2,50 Miller & %Vieting, for ice and salt ............................. 4.59 ~r. C. Schulz, gas for trans- ient ...................................... 1.74 Beach Hospital, Hospital- ization .................................. 126.00 Bert l~ogle, Cash aid for September .......................... 10,00 Mrs. Alice Schaefer, Cash Aid for September ............ 15.00 Mrs. Ida Latteral, Cash aid for September ...................... 25,00 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., August bill ............................ 2,81 St. Joseph's Hospital, Hos- pitalization ........................ 10.5.0 Greene Drug Co., Drugs .... 3.98 County Treasurer, Trans- portation $18,64; Frei~h t $49.97; Postage, $10.59 ......... 79.20 Mrs. "H. R. Thompson, Ex- penses to %Velfare Board meeting .................................. 4.60 ~,Vm. Higlln, VCelfare Board meeting' 2,40 Board meeting .................... 1.00 Woodard Drug Co.. drugs .... 100.90 Quain and Ramstad Clinic, Examination ....................... 1.33 Dr. Virgil Parrett, Medi- cal attention ...................... 35.80 Dr. George A. Johnstone, medical attention ................ 10.80 G. Eldon Longstreth, Aug- ust Salary ............................ 135.00 June Mills, August Sol- ar ........................ 80.00 G. 7~ldon Longstrett~:'"Mi'l'e':." age ........................................ 74.55 5 P. M. the Board adjourned to meet October 6th, 1938. October 6th, 1938. 9:00 A. M. The Board of county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Mr. Dingle and Mr. Plomasen ap- peared before the Board and com- pleted arrangements for work to begin on the County Wide Projects under ~V. P. A The Board appointed J..C. Nortb- rup as inspector of Election of Stoddard, Williams and Bull Run otlng precincts and Ralph Mosser inspector of election of Powell pre- cinct. Bids were opened by the Board for the wiring of the Commodity building and the Road Machinery building. The bids were accepted as follows: Robert C. Kramer hav- ing the lowest bid for the Commod- ity building and Stanley Raisler having the lowest bid for the Road Machinery building. A contract for the payment of delinquent taxes in installments was issued to NW% of Section 14-139- 106 to John Keohane Administra- tor of the estate of J.A. Miller. which was approved and signed by the Board. RESOLUq~ION Commissioner Teacher presented the following resolution: WHEREAS. the polling place for Sentinel Butte heretofore has been th townshiz0" building located upon lot seven (~) Block two (2) of Hunt- er's Second Addition to the village of Sentlnel Butte, and this Board has been advised eL the unsanitary condition of said building making it unavailable far Use as polling place : THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that t~he polling place for Sentinel Township be and is hereby located and declared to be the hall owned by Sentinel Butte School District No 2, situated on Lots T'hree (3) and Four (4) of Block Six (6), Or- iginal Townslte of the Village of Sen tinel Butte. Upon roll call .~ll commissioners voted "aye" and r~o|utlon adopt- ed. The following bills were audited, approved and ordered paid by the Board of County Commissioners sub- Ject to personal property taxes due add delinquent. Howard Stockwell, Mileage 44.90 J. J Youngman, August and September rent for garage .................................. 4.00 J. P. Thtll Supplies .............. 4.64 Glen t'~ Cook. Mileage ........ 15.~0 Security Envelope Co., 150 Envelopes ........................... 14.98 N. D. Conservation Ass'n. Membership dues .............. 25.00 Walter W McMahon, For typewriter repair .............. 4.06 Glen P. Cook. Prisoner's board 22.75 Knight Printing Co., SUp- plies ............................. 28.57 Nor~bwes'teri~ "I~eli Tete Co, August bill .......................... 29.50 Stark County, Telephone ser vn'e .................................... 92 Herman F, Dletz, Mileage.. 37.64 Howard StockwelL Mileage 41.40 (~olden Valley News. print- ing . 25.31 Hermau ~;i" b'iiii "iiii&'ge2 5o.3o Glenn p. Cook, Mileage 9.20 Joe Middleton. Quarterly re-" port of Justice of Peace .... 15.75 Albert Janze, Witness 2.00 Howard Stockwell, witness(." 2.00 L. Eriekson. witness ............. 2.00 l,l A. Ernest. Juror ............ 1,00 Art Hanson. Juror . ............... 1.00 Herman F. Dietz, Juror ........ 1.00 Arehle Lewis, Juror ............ 1.00 ~V. 1) Schulz Jr,. Juror ........ 1.00 P. J, Edkins. Juror .............. 1.00 l~'. VV. Buck, Juror .................... 1.90 %V. VVallaee, Juror .................. 1:00 L. D. Page, Juror ................ 1.00 Ed Hale, Juror ........................ 1.00 J. Doerner, Juror .................. 1.00 Jess Clark, Juror .................... 1.00 Henry Turnow Baliff 1.00 Knight Printing Co., "S'up~ Plies ..................................... 4,84 The Globe-Gazette Ptg. Co.. Supplies ................................ 19.23 Ben Thompson, Washing Pickup .................................. 1.06 Chas. P. Reed, Repairs ........ 3,28 W. C. Schulz, 2 quarts of Resolen ................................ 2.04 Sorensen Machine Shop, re- pairs on Odland Dam ........ 2.50 Clemence Johnson, work on Pickup 2.10 Flscher's akr~/~;,/-6ii - i;n'~i repairs .................................. 1.78 Thee Maanum. Repairs ......... 61 Logan Auto Service, repairs and labor ............................ 40.91 Sawyer liardware, Supplies for (~dland D~m ................ 3.39 Soren: er.'s Machine Shop, RepMr work ........................ 25.85 Northwestern Sheet & Iron works, Repairs .................. 2.87 Ncrthwtstern Sheet & Iron Works, Repairs .................. 20.07 Jonnson Motor Co., Repairs for pickup 45.11 H. B. Lovell Im'I~:"Co::"Spar'l Plugs .................................... 2.65 Alber Schrem, Cleaning hop- per shed ............ ~ ................... 2.70 Frank Schrom, Sl~pplies .. 1.60 N. p. Ra lway Co.. Stor- age on sawdust and poleon Paul Wag'n e t:~ "'SLl'pD'l'ies "'~;~ ~ 11.00 Knezevich & Thompson, sup- 2,08 plies ...................................... 1.53 Flscher's Garage, 4 months rent, unloading sawduet and supplies ........................ 72,74 Clemencs Johnson, Cleaning hopper shed .......................... 1.80 Jeroma ~hmits, eleaninK 1.$0 THE GOLDEN James Schmitz, Cleaning VALLEY NEWS THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1938 hopper shed ........................ 6.00 S. E. Schmitz, cleaning hop- pet" shed and moving ........ 15.20 E. D. Nelson, clerk, Elec- tric power for hopper mill ........................................ 5.20 Albert Klein, Unloading bridge lumber ................... 6.00 Golden Valley Lbr. Yard, Bridge lumber .................... 728.06 Dunham Lumber Co., Lumb- er ............................................ 5.55 T. A. Gilman, Unloading bridge qk~mber ...................... 23.00 C. J. EIde, Painting floor .... 8.50 Golden Valley Lbr. Yard, Supplies for Count:), Build- ing ........................................ 232.89 Beach Hospital, Water used at county shed .................... 4.00 John S. Benson, Road work 138-103 .................................... 18.00 Tractor & Equipment Co. Repairs ................................ 272.34 Floyd Chrlstensen, Repairs 4.64 Sawyer Hardware, Supplies for Odiand Dam ................ 1.25 G. :[1. Wassman, Operat- ing tractor ............................ 3.15 T. B. Lassell, Repair and welding ............................... 34.17 Sorensen's Machine Shop, Repair work ........................ 12.F2 %V. C. Schuiz, Repairs ........ 21.19 Farmers Union Oil Co., Gas and Oil ................................. 393.97 W. J. Burns, by order of G. H. %Vassman, Operat- ing tractor .......................... 40.49 Golden Valley County, by order of G. H. %Vassman operating tractor . ............... 36.65 Chester Oas, by order of G. H, ~Vasslnan, operating tractor .................................. 3.35 Golden Valh, y County, by order of G. II. ~Vassman, operating tractor ................ 10.00 M. C. Tescher, hy order of G. H, ~Vassman, operat- ing traclor ............................ 8.00 G. H, Wassman, operating tractor ................................... 98.14 Louie Hovl'tnd, operating tractor .................................... 237.98 C.G. Johnson, operating ~M grader ................................ 217.05 tiler & %Vieting, b:r order of I). M. Hewie," Oper- ating grader .................... 100.00 Farmers & Merchants Bank by order of 1). M. Howie, operating patrol ................ 15.25 D. M. Howie, operating Patrol .................................... 142.70 Frank Huber, Repair work.. 152.35 Frank Huber, Repair work for Odland dam .................. 17.50 Johnson Motor Co,. for mo- tor and parts ...................... 77.78 J. Clayton Russell, Salary and expenses for Aug- ust ........................................ 183.33 J. Clayton Russell. Salary and expenses for July .... 174.72 Salt Lake Stamp Co,, Sup- plies ........................................ 7.39 N. Dak. Workmens Comp. Insurance premium .......... 385.50 John 1. Wiehoff, Traveling expenses for Teacher's meeting ................................ 2.50 Joe Beiler, for service at Teacher's meeting .............. 2.05 C~lden Valley News, print- ing ........................................ 7.05 Globe- Gazette Ptg. Co., Supplies .............................. 222.38 County Treasurer, Quarter- ly expense account ............ 241.39 Public Welfare Board, Old A e Assistance ................. 207.75 Public Welfare Board, ~or dependent children ............ 22.00 Donald Kittleson. Operat- ing tractor ............................ 89.40 Dewey Fisher, road work .... 10.00 A. F. Wosepka, Operating grader .................................. 125.68 Yale Oil Corp., For diesel fuel 61.20 Ed Jusiesen~ ....... "~;or'""tr uc'l hire ......................................... 74.90 Pie Thorson. for use of pickup .... 10.00 Henry x,V. "~;ran'z'e'n:-""~iix- ing hopper poison .............. 12,00 Thee Maanum. Supplies ...... 10.65 Ernest Moore Jr.. Road work ...................................... 15.00 John Kalkman, Road work 15.00 5:00 P. M, "I~he Board adjourned to meet Oct. 7th, 1938. Signed LEWIS ODLAND, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners. Golden Valley County, North Dakota. Attest: Minnie Smith. Couflty Auditor. CITATION AND NO~ICE HEARING PR00F OF FOREIGN WILL State of Nortll Dnketn, Connty of Go}den Valley, In Connty Court, Before Hon. A. I~, Klastien. Judffe. IN THE MAT'PER OF THE ES- TATE OF BERE~qD HULSEBUS, DECEASED. Gerhard Hulsebus, Petitioner. vs. Hannah Lester, Tillie Ah- renholtz. Marie C. Jenkins. ()liver U. Hulsebus. Ben B. Hulsebus, Otto E Hulse- bus. Harry G. Hulsebus. Beulah Simonton, Florence Junge, Albert B. Hulsebus Rachel Brown, Treasurer of the Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the United Evangelical Church. Treasurer of ~Vest ern of Le Mars. Iowa. and all oth- er persons interested. Respondents. THE STATE OF NOR.TH DAKOTA to the above named Respondents. and all persons interested in the Estate of Berend Hulsebus, Deceas- ed You. and each of you, are here- by notified that Gerhard Hulsebus, lhe Petitioner herei~, has filed in this Court a copy of the Last Will and Tesiament of Berend Hulsebus. late of Defiance in the County of Shelby and State of Iowa. Deceas- ed. and the probate thereof in the State of Iowa, duly attthenttcated, with his petitio~ praying for the admission to probate of said docu- ment kS the Last Will of said de- ceased, and for the issuance to John Keohane, Esq., of Beach, North Da- kota~ of Letters of Administration with the ~'i]l annexed thereon, and that said petition and the proofs of said purported %Vill will be heard and duly considered by this Court on Monday, th 31st day of October A. D. 1938 at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the Court Rooms of this Court. in the Coun- ty Court House in the City of Beach, County of Golden Valley and State of North Dakota. And you, and each of you, are hereby cited to be and appear be- fore "this Court at said time and place and show cause, if any you have, why the prayer of said peti- tion should not be granted. You are further notified that the residence of said decedent ar the time of his death was at Defiance, Shelby County, Iowa. Let service of this Citation be made as required by law. Dated this 8th day of October A, D. 1938. BY THE COURT, (Seal of County Court) A. E. KASTIEN. Judge of the County Court. Keohane & Kuhfeld, Att-rneys for Petitioner. Beach, North Dakota. October 13-20 For Representatives ~, w. ~w~ candidates for reelection to the House of Representatives, ~th Legislative District, general election Nov. 8, 19~. Nominated on the Repu~ ticket in the JUne pnmazt~ Your suppo~ a~ vote will be LOCALS I Ethridge is a sister of Mrs. Noyes. i Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Stout and faro-~ Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Motsiff of Or- lily, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stout of'tcnville, Minensota, arrived here last Crawfordsville, Indiana, are visiting Wednesday to visit the Cap Bryant their brother, Kenenth Stout and faro-I family, while enroute home from the ily, arriving here last Thursday night, wert coast. They left again Friday, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Ethridge of Den- ver, Colorado, arrived here Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Stub Noyes and of Mr. and Mrs, Pat Birmingham, On family, leaving again Friday. Mrs. I their return to Bismarck Sunday, Mrs, planning to stop at Mandan also for a visit. Mr. Motsiff is a brother of Mrs. Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lefor of Lefor, N. D., arrived here Friday, bringing with them M.,~. H. A. Thompson, who has been visith~g with them for awhile, but who was called back here by the fitness of Mr. Thompson, who was taken to the local hospital last Thurs- day night. The Lefors returned home the same day. Regular meeting of the local Royal Neighbors was held at the city hall last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenc~e Doppler and son Dennis, and Miss Catherine Mor- an of Bismarck, were week end guests For Register Deeds As a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds of Golden Valley County, I wish to assure the voters that I will be h|ghly appreciative of their votes and ~pport at the general election on November 8th. I wish to give further ass,~ance that if I am elected to this impOrtant office, I will conduct its affairs in an efficient and economical manner. --J. J. HESS. Jane Moran accompanied them for a week's visit, Mrs. A. M. Schmitz was hostess to the Beach Homemakers club Tuesday afternoon. Matt Brown of Westerheim wa~ a business visitor in Beach Saturday, MASQUERADE DANCE AT NOTICE OF C~ENERAL ELECTION I. Minnie E. Smith, County Audi- tor in and for Golden Valley County, State of North Dakota, do hereby certify that candidates for The following offices are to be elected and Referred Measures and Initiated Measures to be voted on at the General Election to be held in the several voting pre- cincts of Golden Valley County on Tuesday, November 8th, 1938, and the polls of said election are to be Open at 9:00 A. 5I. on said day and to remain open until 7:00 t). M. ONE CANDIDATE TO BE ELECTED FOR EACH OFFICE UN- LESS OTHER%VISE SPECIFIED. PARTY BALLOT o United States Senator Representatives in Congress, (two at large.) Governor Lieutenant (i~vornor Secretary of State State Auditor State Treasurer Attorney General Conllnis)ioner of Insurance COlnlnission et. ()f Agrit.ult ure & Labor Commissioner of Railroads State Senator. (one ill each of the 24 even numbered districts). Members of tile 1~Iol.lNe of Repre- sentatives, (as apportioned by Chapler 7, Session Laws of 1931). NO-PARTY BALLOT State and District Offleerr~ Judge of the Supreme Court, (one regniar ternl) (one unexpired term). Judges of the District Court, (one in each of the six Judicial Dis- tricts). Superi, ntendent of Public Instruc- tion. COUNTY OFFICEHS Sheriff Auditor Treasurer Clerk of District Court~ (in Coun- ties over 15.000 population). Register of Deeds ar~l ex officio Clerk of the Distriq~ Court and County Judge, (in ~ouhties un- der 6000 population). States Attorney County Judge, (in dounties over 15000 copulation), County 3udge and ex offtcio clerk ef District Court. (in Counties un- der 15000 population). Superintendent of Schools Public Administrator. (to be elect- ed every four years). Surveyor Coroner County Commissioners. (as pro- vided by Sec. 3257 C. L. 1913). Dlstrict Assessors. (as provided by Chapter 248 S. L. 1929). Justices of the Peace, (as pro- vided by Sec. 3257 C. L. 1913). County Constables. (as provided by Sec. 3257 C. L. 1913 & 3258 C. L. 1913). Official Newspaper. (as provided by Ch. 172 S. L. 1925). I further certify that the follow- lng measures will be submitted to the people for a vote at this general election and a publicity pamphlet will be issued in compliance with Chapter 213, Session Laws of 1923. REFERI~MEA SURES Regulation an~ Licens~eam- eries, Cream ~tations ~nd other Dairy Prnduct~ Factories. INITIATED MI~AgURES Bepeal Liquor Control Act Old Age Assistance Act Amend- men t, IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereun:o set my hand and affixed the official seal of the County of Golden Valley, State of North Da- kota, at the County Seat, in the City of Beaeb, this 1st day of Octob- er, 1938. MINNIE E. SMITH, (SEAL) Auditor of Golden Valley County. North Dakota Oct, 13-20-27 Nov. 3 ALPHA !: MONDAY, OCTOBER 31 Sponsored by W. O. W. Lodge IIOCTOBER SPECIAL! 15 Photographs for the price of 12 Our usual Christmas special for all pho tographs taken during October, moun- ed m attractive folders. Call and) ee the new styles. WELCH STUDIO Opn evenings and Sundays by appoint- BELFIED FLOUR MILLS OFFER A LIBERAL WHEAT EXCHANGE PLAN TO FARMER~ THIS YEAR 98 pounds of our No. 1 Bes~ Patent Flour for 3 bushels of 60-lb. wheat. We will also take your lighter test wheat in exchange. Come to the Belfield FloUr Mills for your flour and feed. Big saving over any other plan. See us before you sign up with the car lot scheme. BELFIELD FLOUR MILLS THE FARMERS MILL Belfield, North Dakota I Tills FAR~ER TOLD US "A farmer;s time is worth ~lot to him and a telephone makes it possible for him to get the most out of his time," [his farmer said. "When you are busy in [he fi~ld plowing or harvesting you hate t~ leave a piece of work very long and ma~ times you can settle things by telepho~ and get back to work that needs to be dol ;e. "A telephone ct 1 first is the sensible and ,rofitable way to do busin~ m on the farm." New Willys Clipper Sets Record Low Price \ new records. FIRST--Itz The big, ne,v Willys Clipper, just announced, sets di~ee ' \ price is the LOWEST o[ all Sedans. SECOND--It's a new FAMILY SEDAN that SUITS the"whole [emily. More than 14 [eet long--room for I%e to stretch in com[ort--13 cubic feet o[ luggage space--~ide doors--ruggedly built to "take k". And THIRD--a record in ECONOMY that cuts gas costs practically in HALF. Up to 35 miles per gallon say mtmers. Savings are tremen~us. Come in--~e it--drive it --and save money ~ mile ~sdth the new Willys Clipper. *549 ../or the Parody Y~t~ F~ ~d~ ~tate aml loc~ tastes at~d tram ~ dmrtta ~ t~ Factm ~at Toledo, OMo ~o~ ~ , , GOI EN VMA Y HARVESTER COMPANY C. C. Clark, Prop. Beaeh, N. D.