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VUfOT SHOD HOSPITAX OS
E. B. Klctr, Manager
—J5 gallons of it. AH the hnt water you want,
-r.tiencvor you want It. Hosorvnir is ukl-oledcop
xicr, vilb I.oott pressed from one eoamk"=s piece
—ran't lea*. (I) Sets snunly against lining of
firebox heats vnternsqtiicUv as would a kettle
rn a very hot stove. When water boils, reservoir
loves away from fire box byleverO. No wear
''—Ton bot'orn of r'servoir. reservoirs Lush
with stove top have aluminum covers.
MINOT PURE MILK CO.
We are now paying from
$15.00 to $16.00
per ton for country mixed scrap iron.
We also buy copper, brass, rubbers, rags,
and all other Junk at highest market prices.
H. L. GLAZER & CO., Prop*.
Inst across street from the Dakotah Hotel
Minot Shoe Hospital Co.
Klnot, Vorth Dakota
Old TItm Bonfht ut Sold
We have gone Into the automobu-.
tire repairing business, and have lu
«tall«d a plant and machinery »*p
urate from the shoe repairing for thi
purpose. Our method of tire repair
Ins consists of sewing with lln«
thread two old tires of the same
together—the Inner being a roaS
•rorn tire and the outer a rim ««i
iilown-out tire, with a good creas
•vire or rivets are used. Look «s /.
blp us some of your old tlrea y
mn save you some money. Tl:
chlno 1b used for sewing tlrea
Full Tnloanlslng Plant Is Ooaa.c .'
20x3 83.50 36*3'
10*4 94.00 37x4)
J3X4 $4.50 35X5 tS.frS
J4x4 $4.76 36x5 »«.(«
37 First Avenue S.W.
We are giving our work, oar Ubm
and ear money, bat "they" civfoc
The Majcstic is bought by those who see
the economy of paying a little more at
the start and a whole lot less in the end.
That little extra you pay for a Majcs
tic is an investment in quality that
will pay dividends in service long
after the ordinary range is worn out.
The Majcstic is made of malleable and
charcoal iron, a combination that resists
wear and rust three times as long as
other range metal.
Malleable and Charcoal Iron
For sale by
New York Hardware
and Furniture Co.
BRIEF STATE NEWS
It is no disgrace to be poor but it's
nothing to brag about unless you're
running for office.
A Bismarck man with two sons in
the war told Liberty bond salesmen
that this is a "rich man's war."
'R. L. Matheson was arrested at
Breckenridge for the alleged theft of
an automobile at Grand Forks from
The Belmont dance ^pavilion at
grand Forks, owned by O'Connor
Bros., was destroyed, the loss being
(Joe Anton, formerly employed by a
Bismarck hotel, died at Sevttle. The
remains were brought to Bismarck
What has become of the old-fash
ioned man who thought that the worst
thing the Germans could do was to
Rev. M. R. Crabbe, of Velva, e
ceived a letter written by Theo. Roos
evelt to his nephew's mother regard
ing her son's death in action.
Rev. H. T. Sockett, of Grafton, at
tempted to remove a jammed shell
from a shotgun by using a ramrod,
exploded the shell, and ramrod and
charge went thru his right hand.
Caleb Garrison bought the C. E.
Magner farm (284 acres) near Town
er at a consideration of $10,000. It
shows North Dakota dirt does bring
The Dave Gibb garage at Sanish
was destroyed by fire Sunday, Sept.
29. Loss is given at $1200 with $200
insurance. The fire occurred in the
afternoon. Cause not known.
Forrest Cowles sustained several
fractured ribs and his sister, Mildred(
wr.s slightly injured when the car he
was driving overturned near Ellen
When a sweater with some matches
in a pocket went through the cylinder
of a thresher at Starkweather, the
machine caught fire and was totally
Mrs. Malcolm Thompson, formely
of Jamestown, who formerly was Miss
Hattie Fair, died in Saskatchewan of
Spanish influenza after nursing sev
eral other members of her family
through the sickness.
Men are more often remembered
by their foolish expressions or acts
than by their wisdom. It is easier to
remember what a clown did than
what a statesman said.
L. D. Shibley, living near Granville,
lost his barn, a horse, two calves,
wagon and rack, some harness, and
three tons of hay by fire last ewek.
The origin of the fire is unknown.
Dr. C. E. Allen of Carbondale, 111.,
has been chosen by the board of re
gents as president of the Valley City
Normal school to succeed President
Geo. McFarlama, whose resignation
Ed T. Piersoh, of Chinook, Mont.,
formerly a prominent newspaper man
in McHenry county, visited old
Iriends in Granville last week. He
accompanied his daughters, who were
enroute to Baltimore, to attend
The Majcstic saves fuel because it i«
cold-rivctcd, making oven air-tight with
out putty. This eliminates open jointsand
requires lcssfucl to maintain uniform heat.
The Majestic is made In many styles and
but only one quality—iho best. Xoa
will do yourself on Injustice If you don't ex
nmino tho Majestic before you buy any rat)fro.
Come to our Etore and aoe the Majcstla.
Compare It v. ith any other range at Buy price.
We Lnow you will never bo satisfied to buy
an ordinary rantrc after you know tho
and the advantages of a Majestic.
There are several cases of Spanish
influenza at Schafer and Watford and
for this reason court was adjourned
for three weeks and the meeting of
the county commissioners postponed
until November 11.
Prod Schumacher, a Linton boy,
was shot and instantaneously killed
when, with several other boys, he was
raiding a root cellar owned by Anton
Boekmaier, an aped farmer who is
nearly blind. Bockmaier says he fired
to scare the boys, intending to aim
high. Bockmaier's son, starting in
pursuit of the raiding boys, stumbled
over Schumacher's dead body. The
full charge took effect in the boy's
neck and death was instantaneous.
No action has been taken.
The Bantry Advocate has the fol
lowing to say: 'Owing to ah unusual
demand for advertising space this
week in our columns, we have of ne
cessity had to limit the amount of
other news—but, well, you know the
circumstances, and you know, too,
that we deserve the revenue? Dog
gone you—sure! So what's the use
chewing the bloomin' rag? We'll see
you next week-end. Sure!
Outvoting the Independents three
to two, Nonpartisan members of the
state supreme court the other day
handed down an opinion, giving thee
league's ten constitutional amend
ments a place on the November bal
lot, thereby reversing the decision of
the supreme court in October, 1910,
in the New Rockford removal cage,
and holding that initiative amendment
to the state constitution is self-opera
tive and effective.
]«m ,» I *i
Two grain elevator fires at Weaver,
Cavalier county, N. D., were today de
clared by Col. C. S. Whittlesey, of
Fargo, insurance adjuster, to be the
work of incendiaries, while a fire at
Alsen, a town close to Weaver, where
the Bartel hardware store was de
stroyed, also was started by firebugs.
"Numerous fires have occurred re
cently, particularly on farms, believ
ed to have been the work of incendi
aries,' said Col. Whittlesey today.
"The Marshall farm fire near Absar
aka was clearly the work of firebugs,
as have several other
ly so." In the Weaver fire, the two
grain elevators, containing about 30,
000 bushels of grain, were fired simul
taneously, between 200 feet apart.
An attempt was made to burn a
Great Northern bridge near Pillsbury
Monday afternoon, The section man
happened along just in time to foil
the attempt, as straw and shavings
had been piled up against some of the
bridge timbers. Three men, two
white and one colored, were seen near
the bridge and were followed and an
endeavor made to apprehend them but
they cut across fields and escaped.
The fire which destroyed the bridge
last Thursday was thought to have
been accidental, but with this deliber
ate attempt at incendiarism in the
same vicinity, it is perhaps likely that
the same fire, too, had been set by the
same men, or by men of the same
A man, residing near Blaisdell,
whose name we were unable to learn,
was in Berthold today for medical
treatment for injuries received thru
the carelessness of an automobile
driver. He was driving hofhe from
town about 12 o'clock last night when
an automobile without lights crashed
into his buggy, throwing hi minto the
ditch. He was rendered unconscious
in which condition he remained until
daybreak. He finally succeeded in
crawling to the fence and by the aid
of a post managed to get onto his
•feet and after a succession of rest3
reached a nearby house where he was
.•arod for. The car was abandoned by
tne occupants,,either because it was
put out of commission by the collis
ion or because-they thought they had
killed a man. They at least failed to
render any assistance to the injured
Roosevelt spoke a few minutes at
Bismarck Sunday morning from the
platform of No. 4. He took occasion
to refer to the latest attempt of Ger
many to* fool the Americans along
with his own deluded subjects, am!
also to pay his respects to the Town
ley political organization, which
claims to be "non-partisan." T. R.
has a very clear idea of what Ameri
canism should be just at this time,
when the Germans are on the run,
and also of what Americanism at
home should be when the LeSueur
reference to "this damned war busi
ness" and the effort of Townley to
line up the I. W. W.'s with his party
are before the American people. And
he expressed his ideas
1 Span Bay Geldings, 7 and 9 years, weight 3300
1 Pair Brown Mares, 4 and 5 years old, weight 3000
1 Bay Mare, 9 years, weight 1450
1 Grey Mare, 9 years, weight 1600
1 Bay Gelding, 16 years, weight 1300
1 Sorrel Gelding, l(f years, weight 1200
1 Bay Gelding, two years
1 Bay Mare, two years
1 Gelding, one year
1 Sucking Colt
1 White Faced Cow, 8 years old
1 Roan Cow
,1 Cow, six years
1 Spotted Cow, 5 years
1 Red Cow, 5 years
1 Roan Cow, 4 years
1 Red Heifer, 1 year
1 White Steer, 1 year
j- «&»<• J~ Ml ,,
COL. H. C. H£CHt, Auction^i^yiii
for a well
Having rented my farm, 1 will sell at Public Auction at my farm, nine miles north and two
miles east of Minot—the A. B. Wilson farm, the following described property, on
Tuesday, Oct 22nd
SALE BEGINS PROMPTLY AT 12:30 FREE. LUNCH AT 11:30
ALL FEED |MUST BE CASH
(TERMS—All sums of $10.00 and under, Cash. On sums over that amount time will be given
to October 1, 1919, on bankable paper with interest at 8 percent. Two percent discount far
cash on sums over $10.00.
Mrs. A. B. Wilson, Owfter*
carefully chosen stationery. It enhances the writt.cn message as
fine linen enhances the silver i.nd crystal cn your luncln'on Uible,.
Carefully chosen writing p.ipcr means
May we show you the new shupc: and sisos?
cc.r.C.... -rn ..
for a consideration of all st^t'on^ry v/ ,tt inevitably to this
paper which is
..'! that is
Wards Drug Store
Corner W. Central & 1st. St.
1 John Deere Binder, 7 ft.
1 McCormick Corn Binder
1 Superior Disc Drill
1 Disc Harrow
1 Set Boss Harrows
1 Harrow Cart
1 Gang Plow
1 Sulky Plow
1 McCormick Mower
1 Hay Rake
1 Spring Wagon
1 Wagon Box
1 Hay Rack
1 Spring Seat
1 Stone Boat
1 Bob Sleigh
2 Set Breeching Harness
1 Set Tug Harness
1 Single Harness
1 15-bbl. Stock Tank
1 12-bbl. Stock Tank
1 Wire Grain Bin
1 Wagon Jack
1 Grind Stone
Lot Small Tools
250 Shocks Corn
100 Barred Rock Chickens
1 Sharpies Cream Separator
1 12-Gallon Churn
1 2-Gallon Dash Churn
Stone Jars, Jugs and Pails
MARTIN ENGESETH, Clerk