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The Only Big Show Coming!
The Show That's Different
The Consumers Tea
and Coffee Co.
The Golden Rule Store
Your special attention is
called to our
25,30 and 35e
Will Exhibit at
Thursday, August 3,1911
One day only. Two performances, at 2 and 8 P. M.
AL G. BARNES
Big 3 Ring Wild Animal Arena
800 Performing Animals. 300 Animal Actors.
Russian Bears riding Arabian Stallions.
J. H. Vallmer of G1
an N. P. employe was found In Heart
river, near Mandan, where he had
drowned in sixteen inches of watei.
The best for your money is
what you get when
SAVAGE BEASTS IN SALUTATION.
Herds of Elephants and Arctic Sea Lions. Tigers,
Leopards, Jaguars. Zebras. Pumas, all in big steel arena
under the direction of male and female trainers.
TWO BANDS—MONSTER TENTS—SPECIAL TRAINS
High School Horses, Dogs, Ponies, Babboons, Boxing
Kangaroos, Clowns and a host of Sensational Acts
Fret Street Parade at 10:30 a, m. Rain or shine
AUG. 3, 1911
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CURE FOR "THE BLUES."
While most people, at one time or
another, experience what is known
as "the bluee," few realize that this
deepoadent condition is occasioned by
the poisoning of the system through
the inability of an inactive Liver to
properly separate and throw off body
Thait the publio might have a
liable remedy to assist in overcom
ing such a condition, Rexall Livi
Salts have been put upon the maifcet,
and we unhesitatingly recommend
thiem to you.
We will refund any money spent for
Rexall Liver Salts if they fall to pro
vide a beneficial treatment.
In two sizes 2Sc and 50c. McCoy ft
Co. The Rexall Drug Store.
Money to Loan
$300, $500 to $30,000
for Farm Loans and City Loans
Savings Deposit Bank
Given with every purchase',
to be exchanged for
BUY YOUR SEED FROM BEGLEY
VEGETABLE AND FLOWER^SEEDS
Tested by the pure seed commissioner. We guarantee them to
conform to the pure seed l?w of North Dakota
dive US YOUR ORDER FOR GRASS SEED
CASH FEED AND FUEL STORE
KmiM St. M. E. BEGLEY, Prop.
You can commute on the reserva
tion in fourteen months actual resi
dence by paying the appraised value
of the land.
iLand is appraised on the reserva
tion from $1.60 to $7.00. A claim
appraised at $7.00 will be worth at
least $4,00*0. Ton cannot afford to
Tbere will foe over 1400 claims on
the reservation without the ooal land
and there will be over 700 claims on
the coal land, making 2,160 claims to
be filled on in the spring.
Htaat, N. D.
If you get a number under 2160 you
will be sure of a claim and will have
to come out in the spring and file At
the filing you will have to pay 1-5 of
the appraised value of the land. You
can select your own land.
Every person who wishes a claim
must appear personally and register
at one of the registration points. The
fee is 25 cents. This gives you a
chance ait the drawing. Tou need
not be present at the drawing.
Registration on the Berthold res
ervation occurs Aug. 14 to Sept. 2,
1911. Registration points are Plasa,
Ryder, iMlnot, Bismarck and Garrl-.
son. The drawing will take place'
Sept. 6th at Minot. The filings will
be made early next spring.
If We Fail to Relieve Ycur Kidney
Disease, We Will
These pills art usually very prompt
in beneficial effects and, as a rule, the
patient finds that it is not necessary
to be continually dosing himself
Sixty pills in a box price, 50 cents.
Sold only at our store—The Rexall
Co. 7 27 t#
ARE AT WORK ON
POWERS LAKE BRANCH
A large force of mien began work
at Stanley this week, and the rails will
be laid at ooce on the Powers Lake
branch. The contract is in the hands
of A. Guthrie & Co. of St. Paul,
which concern has Instructions to
rush the work to completion. The
line will probably not bte extended be
yond Powers Lake this yetr. The
checkers are busy counting the ties
DORMAN SAYS HE WILL YET FLY.
D. C. Dorman, who attempted to
fly with his Bleriot monoplane In Mi
not on the Fourth, resulting In an ac
cident to the machine, declares that
he is going to master the machine.
He has it stored In the hangar out
north of the stock yards, but is think
ing of changing the location of It to
northwest of the city, where the land
lies tetter for his purpose. He his
been doing Mttle with his madhine of
Tate, which was not badly damaged by
FROM FORMER M. E. PAS
Rev. Mr. Hale, former pastor of the
Methodist church, stopped over in Mi
not Sunday on his return to his home
in Cincinnati, from a tour through the
west. 'Mr. Hale states that the money
situation in the east is positively
RYDER FARMER SATISFIED WITH
Peter Benson, who farms one of the
best larms out in the Ryder district,
was a visitor in Minot Friday and'Wie
enjoyed a half hour's visit with him.
'Mr. Benson is a successful farmer,
and yet he realizes that farming r»
one of the hardest lines of business
of which to make a success. New
problems are confronting the farmers
every season. This year Mr. Benson
has been experimenting with the
Campbell system and he believes
that he has afield of wheat upon
which he used the packer that will
average fifteen bushels per acre. Five
acres were plowed last fall, and this
will yield scarcely anything. Mr.
Benson believes in deep plowing and
says he noticed that a number of
farmers between Minot and Ryder
were trying Camptoell'e method, in
plowing their land now. Most of
them, however, are not plowing near
deep enough in consequence they
will be disappointed next year and
condemn the system. Mr. Benson
has five acres of potatoes which were
frosted albout the time tihey were
ready to blossom. They are growing
again nicely, but he would like to
know whether to expect any spuds
or not from the patch.
PLAN FOR A PICNIC,
That group of charming young la
dies In town who plan for a moon
light ride are gMog the event much
The kidneys are rightly classed
among the vital organs of the human
body, and, in order for a person to
enjoy perfect health it is necessary
that itheir actiion be proper and
Rexall Kidney Pills are intended
for the treatment of more or less
chronic kidney ailments, and have
been used with such sucoes that we
unhesitatingly offer them to you un-,
der the above conditions.
Mention Just now. It If thought that Med at Staler for pigging, irsre eon?
The men plan to farlsh strong hay
racks to take the jolly party to the
picnic grounds. Several loads may
start 'together late In the afternoon.
Some wise men have bought pine
strips and dimension sto^k to put
their hay racks in good repair. They
pronounce our lumber particularly
fine for it is selected stock, strong
We make a featuere of hay rack
lumber in July. This lumber is a
joy *o a wise farmer—it Is a continual
"picnic" for him in haying season as
it makes racks which can safely car
ry big loads of hay. Rogers Lumber
S 'f .-JMfcV
We want to 'dispose of cur stock
this picnic should be held this month.' victed.
The ladies will do their best, which _—
means that nothing better can be a
KNOW WHERE TO COME
WHEN LINES ARE HARD
McKensie, N. D., July 22.—'Nearly
every day a party of homesteaders
from 'the drought-stricken part of
South Dakota pass through here, trav
eling overland with all their earthly
possessions in a couple of wagons.
The conditions around Lemon and ad
jacent town* from which most of
them hail, could scarcely be worse.
Grass and hay have dlsappie&rsd long
ago and stock has to be removed from
the country to keep them from starv
ing. Some of It Is driven out, but a
majority of the cattle have been so
weakened by trying to subsist on
bare soil that they cannot stand the
trip and are abandoned to shift for
themselves The homesteaders hav«
oome up Into North Dakota to earn
enough money to furnish them with
the bare necessities of life during the
twelve months leave of absence which
they hftve secured from their claims.
All kinds of grain
And We Are Right There With the Goods This Year
Our Lines Are The
Sears & Scoville
and have a complete stock of
Runabouts, Top Buggies,
Surrys and Spring Wagons
for a limited time, \ull throw:
Scofield Implem't Co.
Minot, North Dakota
done, to make the party a great sue-] Even trouble and cannot
cess. To cample their choicest recipes daunt some people's sense of humor,
and dainty dishes to picnic from bas- Several young men from the drought
kets which they fill with food skill- stricken territory Jt South Dakota re
fully prepared, are treats for their
many admirers—(the man. Leipzig: "We started from Faith,
bound for Hops,
fho Stanley flan la Installing a lino
3has. S. Brown and Alfred Olson,
are living on charity on the way."—
New Leipslg Sentinel.
lOI Relshus St.
CODDW8TOH & OLSEN
Snap in City Prop
erty for Farm Land
Come in and list your
farms with us before
the Reservation opens
We can sell your farm
if reasonable, in the
next 30 days.
Money to Loan
$300, $500 to $20,000
for Fars Loans and City Loans
Savjngs Deposit Bank
If you are in the mar
ket for a loan on your
farm at the most reason
able terms, call on us.
ment Co., Citizens Bank
Block, Minot, N. D.
-out some extra inducements
marked, as they pissed through Now
A man connected with a carnival
show at Biqpiarck, was arrested,
charged with committing on ai
FOR SAiLE—Here is your opportuni
ty. my quarter section tor sals, Ave
south of Dserlng neatly mil
cultivated, good water at the hoees
end well In the hem. Jesse loot,
D., II, fy |4«
Money to Loan
$800, $600 to $90,000
for Fsrm Losns and City Losns
Savings Deposit Bank
We correct fsults in your horses
osussd by lame or diseassd fset,
snd gusrsntee satisfaction
snd gusrsntee eatisfsction
Plow work and Osn
BARLOW & BARLOW
Oppoatte Soofleld's liTary barn
MINOT, N. D.
Halvor L, Hilvorsen
MOORfc & FINKE
If you wsnt us to bandlev your
ssle, call at the Scandinavian
0ABPIO, NORTH DAKOTA