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A General Banking Busi
We have an unlimited
amount of money to loan on
farm lands* Low prevailing
rates of interest and payments
arranged to suit the borrower*
There Is Safety Combined
Fancy box Apples, NEW CA.H, iv-nlar
Special, prv box
fiest Granulated Suj^ar, IS pounds fur
pood Whole Rice, Special. 25 pounds for...
R..1 od O lt.-s per pound
I, r" Swvel. Orausivs, per dozen
I T00 Yards of Standard SVints, yai'.d....
•YJO Yards of Standard p-T y.::
S -c-.n] (.'otf- )'.i.'r":,-..::!d. p.r S
OTHE&4. »Vo« -o-.'-.s
iSPl .'• A*-
I'.dr.s Shoes for this -y 2o per oer.t off
U1 V-:i' iiid IVvh ^uii this
.] ,] sal 20
£.% 8 If
(3 Y. bJi MJk *1
...This Is For...
P. P. LEE'S
COUKTSD ITIBT WBDMS8DAT.
Whsat No. 197c.
Wheat No. 2 99o.
Wheat No. 3 83c.
Macaraai wheat JOc.
The "term" Banking has many features not thought of years ago.
have made the Bank the ABSOLUTE FOUNDATION of good business
J. A. ERICKSON, Pres.,
C. H. PARKER, Vice Pres.
a. ERICKSON, Cashier.
Best grade of for
maldehyde 20 cents a
pound or fl.75 a gal
lon, (nixie pounds), at
s,. drug .store,
Minot National Bank
..The Banking Business.
THE MINOT NATIONAL BANK, of Minot, is utilizing those business LEVE
ASSIST patrons in every way, connected with SAFE and CONSERVATIVE and
ing rules. Now is the time to start an account with us. LET US TALK IT OVER.
Strength And Safety
That's what you want in a Bank and the Minot
National offers you more than STRENGTH and
SAFETY. Loans are made in the shortest time
possible. Errors do not occur in any of our detail
work and we guarantee that COURTEOUS
TREATMENT will be meted out to small and
large depositor alike.
Minot National Bank,
Minot National Bank
A Swell Ice Cream Parlor.
~R. H. Emerson & Son haveren
ted the room occnpied by Major
Murphy and April 1 will open the
two rooms into one. They will
put in a swell ice cream parlor,
putting in new shelving and cigar
fixtures, show cases etc., and will
have one of the finest stores in
the North West. Louis Emer
son is now in St. Paul buying the
A nme TOP All Things.
Misa De Wilsonby—Do you believe
In infant damnation, professor?
Prof. La Tynn—Only at night.
'i ar 'A
Joe —You riilvo good ac
Sam Key—How dat?
Joo "W'ah—You libber forget your
Friend—When you were In the city
were yon buncoed?
8ilas Hayrick—Naw. I was Chad
Net a Teetotaler.
"So yon never indulge in a wee
drop?" we aak of the patriarchal gen
tleman who has been telling us the
•tory .of hia life.
"I cannot aay eo/Vhe replies.. "Alt
my life I hive possessed a Bearty ft
petite f&*-Bittce plea."
Minot N. D.
If you cannot eat sleep or work, feel
mean, crons and ugiy, take Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea this month. A
tonic for the sick. There is no remedy
equal to it. 33 cents, Tea or Tablets.
—A. S. Blakey.^
On Saturday, March 11th, we
set that day apart for "Partners'
Day". On that day we will in
augurate a Profit Sharing Sale.
All the people who will
our ad., which
Minot, a'! ii Daicv .i a.
ji'. v.v v,
you 10 per cent Cash Discount
of the already reduced prices,
which no doultfc you have no
ticed in our advertisement. For
instance:—It you luiy SI worth
of merchandise vou .Live \is!M)
cpnisandyou keej li.• l)cein.
This is w'-at- we call a Profit
Sharing Sa V. Ph" .V-w
ra. TO 1 !."»
\'ici I- id. V. :.
let'd alt st- id or no sati
ot) shoe, tor lids
hours only 1.Cad for name
of shoe:—''Hamilton''. \V* wilt
also jilaee on de for thesehonrs
Bov's and Youth's slices sizes
12% to 2 and l}!., to
r.i,: A shoe
made o!' ji'otui satin calf, solid
leather sole and counter, a good
$1.7.") shoe, snei-ial for this day
and hours only §1.35 per pair,
one pair to each customer, lall
for name of shoe:—"America"'.
At the New Store, Minot, North
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office
at Minot, N. Dak.. March 7th, 15*05.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named Bettler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the register and
receiver of the United States Land Of
fice, at Minot, N. Dak., on April 13th,
1606, via: 8imon Hufford, H. E No.
1297 for the North West Quarter of Sec
tion 32, in Township 156, North of Rge. 81.
He names the following witnesses' to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, vis:
Aaron Enochs, Lucian Brubaker, Al?
fred Kohler, S. L. Beachler, all of Sur
The Title Investment and Trust Com
pany, Minot, N. Dn Agent 3-8-4 12
At the Theater.
During the playing of a. sketch at a
provincial theater a scene occurred
where a doctor had just discovered
that his lady housekeeper -was a tick
et-of-leave woman, and had discharged
her from his employ.
The lady housekeeper was on her
knees in the center praying hard not to
be cast out on to the cold world, but to
have just one chance to redeem her
character, when a woman, who was
sitting in the front seats of the bal
cony, bursting into tears, called out:
"Yes, guv'nor, that's right give the
I poor creature another chance."
Upon being told by her husband to
"Hold your tongue!" the excited wom
an stretched both arms over the front
of the balcony and sobbed out.:
"How can I, wlieu 1 kuysv exactly
how that j.vor \vr of a au
feels, for I did se-'^n r-'^
A CALL DOWN.
Knicker—I first entered this store as
an office boy, and in a few years I
owned the business.
Bocker—You couldn't do that nowa
Bocker—They have cash registers
"Ah, this la grand," cries the friead
who la being taken for a spin in the
new road machine. "An auto simply
annihilates time and space, doesn't
"Yes," puts In the wife of the own
er, reflecting upon the new bonnet she
.pinnot hare, because the machine
aew tlree, JMt not only annihi
lates pwfrT nnrt time, but it elmply ob
am carrying in
MODERN Without exception
he line of "Food
PRINCIPLisfaction can be
A Savings Account
Accounts received from $1
upward* Inculcate in the
youth that frugality which
has made you successful*
If vou have not b^en (successful in a
money sense, NOW IS THE TIME TO
SAVE and prepare for any "rainy" day
that may appear—If it DOESN'T make its
advent at any time—Then you're that
much better off—AREN'T YOU?
Open Your Account At
The Minot National.
the cc-: \'c
si -pie r-
A £.*: ,: --.
to tlio .:
iUyrr .li o'IO
going' i: 1
'-o giv.? j.cr tirv" .-rs
a mo ruber of tl
force cop.'.foi':. oly
very kik-I! at b''
ijivar .'' ..ly
One evening ue
was not in and Mrs. Bllaa
took that opportunity to object to Lis
"It won't do. Norah,'' she said de
cidedly, "I cannot have that policeman
hanging around. It looks as it we
were under arrest."
"I do be thinkin' raeself that a fine
uniform gives a bit of stoyle to the
place," answered Norah coolly "be
sides, mum, he's a near relation, so
"How is he related to you, Norah f"
"He do be first cousin to my sla
ter's husband's half-brother's Uncle
"But, Norah. you told me he was
"An' isn't he? Sure he's ea the
dureatep this bleesed minlt watt**
till Ol'm at liberty to aee him, an* a
floe ornyment he Is, costla' nothin' for
•tin' or drlnkta'."
Mrs. Bliss was not ao sore of either
of these statements, but she court
not ignore the hint she had receive#
Wvacate her own kitchen, and Norahto
dear relative is still on duty in that
neighborhood.—Chicago .. Jtocord ffef