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OF NUMEDAHL TO EXAMINED BY STATE. meeting of the board of commissioners of Red Lake Tuesday, the auditor was to request Public Examiner Schaeffer to send a special to the town of N umedahl county, to examine the accounts of the town treasurer and for the years 1905 and also to examine the books treasurer and clerk of school No. 134 in the same town. the past couple of years been a lot of trouble among of *Numedahl over the of the different officers and districts, and this week residents supported by attorneys appeared before the county an effort to settle up the The board heard the and after consideration to ask for a special to go over the accounts and these differences cannot be adjusted satisfactorily. It is not charged that" there are any in these accounts, but that the whole deal can be out satisfactory to all concerned it was thought best course to pursue was in a special examiner. The will be likely to be here to do his work, when the thing will be made plain and dealt out to all.Crookston MARSHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA, SEPTEMBER 26, 1907. HEARING ON DITCH NUMBER FIFTEEN. The county board had a meeting on Tuesday this week to consider the petition for the proposed ditch No. 15, in the eastern part of the county. A number of farmers from Newfolden, New Solum and Fcxel, appeared before the board and made objections to the assessments made upon their lands for the construction of the ditch. Among those who were here were Lars Bjorsness, Hans Bjorsness, Claus Johnson, Knute Evenson and S. Sorenson, from town of Newfolden G. J. Vigen, Ed. Silverness, Paul T. Olson, P. P. Ilagen and Carl Hanson, from towb of New Solum, and Ole Reierson: from town of Excel. T. T. Tunheim and L. S. Roseland, leading petitioners for the ditch, were also present, also A. J. Lundquist, representing the viewers. All present seemed to be in favor of the ditch, butlthought the assessments in many cases not just and fair. The board heard their different complaints and succeeded, we believe, in finally adjusting matters so^that everybody was satisfied and returned to their hornes^~happy ,'and pleased with th,e" outcome^The ditch' "was ordered constructed and if satisfactory bids^be received* work^willj started this fall. be FULTON AT EXPOSITION BUILT STEAM Mark Twain with NotablesRobert Association Norfolk, and Monday's Fulton day at Of the commemorated has been deeper celebration of Robert needs of steamboat sailed ago. Martin While direction added the Monument of which orator of W. Littleton

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  1. Warren Sheaf,
  2. 26 Sep 1907, Thu,
  3. First Edition,
  4. Page 1

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