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Fliilip Kershtien, who is farming
iht Vied Spath farm, twelve miles
swrth *t the city, is preparing to put
-jb 400 acres of crop next season. He
ahresbcd 4,000 bushels of wheat last
Eyes Tested and
II jour eyes are troubling you.
Pv' VjMrhave either a constant or
i«cctsioo»J headache. II your
bhirs. Chances are you
i'plasses. We employ a grad
«ti optician, registered by ex-
Miutron in the State of North
SMtota. He does first-class work
«t waeonable prices. We test
eyes and supply the proper
in steel frames for
fSold-fiUed frames and lenses
Solid gold frames and lenses
If your eyes improve so that
y» need new lenses within six
iths we change them without
extra charges. We do all
of eye glass repairing, such
jm Siting new frames or frame
replace old or broken
"imim, etc. If you break a lense
the pieces, bring them in to
$ maud we will-, duplicate it ex
Paul V. fl'Coy&Co.
Jewelers and Druggists
fcefefld Blk. Minot, N.D.
A. A. ROBINSON 1
Senator Thompson Resigns
W. E. Purcell, Well-known Wahpeton Attorney,
Appointed-Is Considered a Brilliant Man
Senator Fountain L. Thompson of
Cando has resigned, and Gov. Burke
has appointed Senator Purcell, the
well known Wahpeton attorney, to
succeed him. Mr. Thompson's health
has not been good, and shortly after
arriving at Washington he suffered a
number of hemorrhages. His physi
cian has advised his going south at
Mr. Purcell is a brilliant attorney,
a ready debater, ahd .is considered one
of the brightest men in the state. He
BARBERS TO CHARG- MORE.
Minot Barbers Now Charge Ten Cents
for a Neck Shave—Say They Ought
to Have Extra Pay for Extra Work.
Beginning Feb. 1, the barber shops
of Minot are charging iten cents extra
for a neck shave. The barbers say
they can afford to put a few extra
touches on their victims for this
amount, and believe that they have It
coming anyway. The man who always
asks for a neck shave, to save wash
ling that part of his anatomy,will t^ink
twice before saying, "Shave my neck,
please." The barbers usually got
something extra in the way of tips,
anyway, for shaving necks, and the
average customer will pay the extra
amount without a murmur.
JUDGE BURKE HERE.
Well Known Valley City Jurist Hear
ing Cases for Goas.
Juoge Burke of Valley City is sit-1
ting on the bench i^ district court this
weeic while Judge Goss is hearing
cases in' chambers. The judge is a
brother of Atty. Burlce of this city,
and is one of the most prominent jur
ists in the state. He will very like
ly be a canddate for judge of ithe su
Roy Dever, formerly with the Le
land hotel, has accepted a position as
traveling salesman with the Pure7 Oil
We have money for
2nd-Town and City
We loan in amounts of $100 f200 $300
$400 $500 $600 |700 f800 |900
$1,000 $1,200 to $1,500 to $2,000 to
f10,000, to one person, at one time on
Real Estate Security. Liberal Terms and
at Low Rates
If you need a Farm Loan or City Loan,
call on or write to us at once
will shine down, at Washington.
John ahey, a well known Minot at
torney, has been offered the position
as secretary to Senator Purcell, and
will probably accept.
i"»«H|i! .• *$$*
We are in position to renew
your loan at a lower rate of in
terest than you're now paying,
OU NEED NOT wait until it is DUE to see us, as we
can have everything fixed up the first time .you are
in the city, so that the old loan will be taken up
promptly and setisfied, and the new one immediately go
into effect. Your old loan probably draws interest at 12%
after due and may be foreclosed if not paid promptly.
Avoid both contingencies and see us early, gave money.
Should you desire, your old loan can be increased to
any amount consistent" with good business policy.
We also desire to get the prices and terms on all land
for sale ir Ward County.
DAKOTA-MONTANA INVESTMENT GO.
E. H. JOHNSON, Secretary
Arcade Blk. Minot, N. Dak.
All kinds of GRAIN
BOUGHT and SOLD
I Feeling Editors' Pulses.
The Chicago Tribune is feeling of
the pulses of the editors, so to speak.
iThat paper has sent a list of ques
tions broadcast over the country, to
new paper men only, asking the fol
"Do you endorse the action of Aid
rich and Cannon in regard to the re
cent tariff legislation?'*
"Is Cannon your choice for next
speaker of the house?"
"Who would you vote for the next
THE SAVINGS LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
MINOT, N. D.
Value of improvements
Li«t us know your, terms at once.
One-quarter Million Dollars
Error In Advertisement.
A couple of figures pulled out of
Smallwood's grocery advertisement In
our last issue, making it read as tho
canned ifcoinatoes were selling at one
cent a can and canned salmon at two
cents. The errors were so obvious,
that there was need of but little ex
plaining. We regret the error, how
Serious Case of Blood Koitoning.
Mr. Toole, who for a long time was
employed at .the Roell Hardware store,
but who recently has been engaged' as
a traveling salesman, is suffering from
a bad case of blood poisoning at the
Northwestern hospital, which started
from a slight abrasion on the
The premises described in such
mortgage, and which will be sold to
satisfy same are those certain prem
ises situated in the county of Ward,
State of North Dakota, and described
as follows, to-wlt:
The northeast quarter (ne%) of
section seven (7), township 152 North,
range 84 West.
There will be due on such mortgage
at the date of sale the sum of two
hundred and five ($205.00) dollars,
together with the costs and disburse
ments of th's foreclosure and stat
utory attorneys' fees.
J. J. COYLE,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Minot, North Dakota.
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and Trust Co.
FOR A LOAN ON YOUR LAND OR FOR A LOAN
ON TOWN RESIDENCE PROPERTY
Fill out and mail us the following letter at once I
We maki loans on farm lands and on city and town property—cottages and homes—
located in all the small towns in Northwestern North Dakota and Eastern Montana.
I wish to borrow $ for... years, and if this loan is made to me
I can furnish you a first mortgage on Real Estate, with improvements thereon, as follows:
Value of land or ground $ The improvements
OATS ALWAYS ON
Notice of Mortgage Sale by
Notice ie hereby given that that
certain real estate mortgage, execut
leu and delivered by Konsta Oksa, an
unmarried man, mortgagor, to Jour
I gen Olson, mortgagee, dated the 16th
day of August, A. O. 1907, and filed
I for record in the office of the register
of deeds in and for Ward county,
North Dakota, on the 16th day of Au
gust, A. D. 1907. at 3:15 o'clock p. m.
and recorded in book forty-six of
mortgages, on page 397, will be fore
closed by a sale of the premises in
I such mortgage and hereinafter de
scribed, at the front door of the court
house in the city of Minot/county of
Ward, and State of North Dakota, at
the hour of two o'clock p. m. omthe
18th day of March, A. D. 191u, to
satisfy the amount due upon such
mortgage at the date of sale.
Total value Security^.
One of the big new engines passed
through Minot on the Great Northern
Sunday. It is of the IDo, series and
has fourteen driving wheels.
Velva Paper for Sale.
The Independent understands that
the Velva Journal, which was edited
by ihe late W. A. Stafford, is for sale.
Velva is. a good town and has always
given the Journal, excellent support
Gum Shoe Campaign.
I Secretary of State Blaiadell is in
I the city. Alfrel is makng a gum shoe
campaign, all right.
Amended Notice «f Hearing Petition
to Eetablish Heirahip.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,
County of Ward—In County Court,
Before Hon* N. Davis, Judge.
In the Matter of the Esitate of John
E. Campbell, Deceased.
William W. Campbell, Petitioner, vs.
all persons interested in the estate of
John E. Campbell, deceased, respond
The State of North Dakota to the
Above Named Respondents and all
persons interested in the Estate of
John Ei Campbell, Deceased:
Notice Is Hereby Given, That Wil
liam W.» Campbell, has filed in the
county court of said county of Ward,
a duly verified petition praying for a
decree establishing the right of suc
cession to the estate of John E. Camp
bell, deceased, and that Saturday, the
5th day of March, 1910, at 10 o'clock
a. nt of said day, being the day of a
regular term of this court, to-wit: of
the February Term, A. D. 1910, at the
county court room in the city of Minot,
County of Ward, North Dakota, has
been set by order of this court as the
time and place for hearing said petl
tioiu At which said time and place
any and all persons interested may
appear and show cause why the pray
er of said petition should not be
Dated at Minot, North Dakota, this
21st day of January, 1910.
By the Court:
Judge of the County Court.
Let the service of the above cita
tion be made by publication for three
successive weeks, last publication to
be at least 20 days prior to March 5th,
N. DAVIS, Judge.
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