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City CtueO^DNMei Against Fuduu»
of Xeter Mi GiM|he Enfiae for
Light Plant—BMs Betamet to COM-'
f, :v
Hie city.- fathom, held /a special'
meeting jait night the purpose^ of the
wme being 10 get, upon the bili of
fered by- the different representatives
of the engine ihd' dynamo companies
relative to tfiepurchaslhg^tt a motor
nrid gasoline englne for the ..light
plant Immediately on the opening of
the- meeting some of the ^ldermen
seemed opposed fo the proposition and
'""Vice President- Oralgopened the fire,
works by expressing himself against
~the pnrchase ofihe engines.- He stat
^ed that at the time when the connoll
f^adyertlserf fpr ^blds, that the supply of
JTiipower lost was enormous and that
*?he had no idea of the real state'of the
', ^ty's llnaneefcLi Ja^ fnmWr stated that
he thought thebids of ^.repreeenta
tives present- should he: returned and
the matter slunildnot be acted upon.
Alderman Sherlock the* stated his
«j,vlew8 on the subject- and said that
"the conncllrihould not have advertised
for bids hastily and that the best
^'thlng to do was to return ,flie bids
unopened. "It is an Injustice to these
men tocome here as representatives
'time after time, and find that the city
dpes not open their binds. This is the
third time, to my Knowledge that, this
same thing hashappened and I as
-sure you gentlemen that Jn the future
when we want to take some action
•or which this meetin&was especially
tailed that we investigate every
phase of the 4uesnon and then act."
After furthek debate the council un
animously vot'ed to return the bids to
the representatives present which was
immediately done. The special meet
ing was theri adjourned and the regu
lar meeting taken up.
The auditing committee composed
of Aldermen Sherlock, Westberg and
Cre'g then .audited"the,bills against
the city Milch task took seinmiihours
on account of the number wtiij'j xvove
presented' this month. tljPI
A letter bem the sporting fraternity
'.at Edclld states that. there Is at|so
Iutely no ttmflifr jjhe report that
"JLocal EvJS^toys" have Btated that
Uie prairie chickens have deputed'
flrbm that district i}rid gone south for
tfflef. winter, ThtitiJhe report must
,. have originated in the gni^ matter of
some fertlre* Main is assured to them.
Thff letter ,goes on to state that the
prairie chickens ever Been going
sfcuth fronTRuclld, were those-in sacks,'
be|ng carried jjr Harry Stair, Steve
,,Wlthey .and John Moorhead, that said
chickens going south w$re shot over
Dr. Chapln'8 old dog Ben and that the
shot which brought the birds to »arth
were fired ffbm a pump gun, such as is
"used, by a lQcftl nodical main, who'
shoots! Peter's/ Shells.—Crookston
Found IngersollWateh.
«, When Fred Maasee.theEast 3rand
^Forks attorney, was' m~ the city a few
vdays ago, while' pleading a case be-
jfor afire stick. Hp found no match
but did discover' an Ingersoll trade
watch and the find-caused some aston
ishment No explanation was offered
by Mr. Massee and the bounty officials
now believe-firmly that the attorney
from Over west Came over with the In
tention of "doing" some Of them in a:
trade.—Crookston T^nes.
Watenrorks Shenld Comfc First
In his opening addresB to the new
^'council. Mayor b'Leaiy^ made the
statement that waterworks should be
put in before paving is spread upon
*1 the streets.. The mayor Btated as his
reason for his belief that if paving
were.put In first it *ould all have to_
be tora up again in order to inftall
the^pipea for the prater 'works'.' Mbny
'lwlli— ithBl" Ills illjc. te not in. shape.
,at the present time to put in a water
works plant, but hope to ho in4.de of
a few years, and the wisest oourse to
pursue 1b to get out of debt.as'mu6h.
as possible within the next two'or
three years and then start in on the
public In^proVements.
Fov UKlfom Iaws.
MayOrO'Lear^received todayacopy
of Jk feuljdlng code. from the National
Board of Insurance underwriters.
the': irattiiig .. up of
buildings In roga,rd to their being
fire proof^thls ,.code Is of particniar
tatejSii!&'$Mfr ^S6»- ii the' #orkaof
soins' of the iioit Miwrt building don
tractors and those who uMerstand
', building, in ihei-United StdtMrimd is
f- very valuable a^fa guide-ln the tnak
ing of laws to restrict the building of
structures thatrare not fire proof.
Ill SmThm CM*
his attorned 'Chester Mc*-
., ,N,V. Kuslok, Ftank Beebe of QaSs^ftas
fj-, served notteo .on ttie ci^r Brailiail
the dty for lhjurl^s recelved about a
walklngiy..thsu' theatreon4eo
OflM to
the sidewflk, wnlch It Is clalmed inw
One of the things
clty fatheM over did was tb
itl^/4^^^1^ ttiia4trowi
taiuii DliOB Mad
tlinw to oope wl^i^the dangerous en-
Less. Fires Thi« Year Tkaa Asy Other
This season of *old weather 1905
lfiOffhasbeenthe quietest ever seen
in this, clty ln rfefard to the number
of fires. T^ms. far slnce New Tears
no j«»li for a» fire' bfvany notice ha3
been turned lnv nn the laddies have
hiid an -twdr/ttme of it This record
fori fireB^ltf a good thing tyr the city
as last ye^r large numbers of them
were caused either by fire bugs or
defective wiring, but the change this
year ls plainly noticeable and In
creases in property value and de
crease in insurance rates, are notice
able. The good" work, of,.SuperIntend
ent '^llnrd In finding so many wires
strung dUectlvely has helped materi-'
ally to decre&se the fire rate.
School Board Meeting
The-school board held their regular
meeting 'last night the required .four,
SuUlvan. O'Leary, Lystad and Powers
being present. They transacted their
routine business and allowed bills to
of almost $1,000. For the
unt of'noney the'board handles
and the amount of good they accom
plish not enough interest is taken in
the proceedings pf their meetings.
The board is elected. by the popular
vote of the peole anfi the public^ should
take an interest in £helr proceedings.
1TI11 Hold Ooatesbl'-'
.. E. K. Sl.ater,'8tate dairy Md food
commissioner has decldi^d to have an
Other sqpring contest for the, butter
tnakers this season. Last year there,
were twelve scorings in the Contest
one evefy month. Only half that num
ber will be held this year TKe flrst
will be held in May and on^ each
month from then and^intil November
including one held in connection with
the Btate fair and in connection with
the buttermakerB' convention, in No
vember. (wis,
Agents Are In Town.
A number of the agents-of j^ie differ
ent companies who will bid pn the en
gln6 and motor for the llght 'plant at
the council meeting tonight were in
town yesterday and personally repre
sented their respective companies last
night/ Some spirited Ridding is ext
pected and the letttnisr of the contract
will evidently be a hafd task.
-, ^®teadlly ImphiTlng.
Julius Cresl^n, .wh^ is convalescing
at Los Angeles, IB steadily improving,
according tb word from there, and th?
postal that announces it is a very
charming' one, showing :Mlss Josie
Latson and Mrs. Cresien in Japanese
costume da,one of the leading boule
vards of Los Angeles.
Baek to School.
The small iboy^wito has spent the
past few days playing marbles and
catahlng "bobs? had' to go back to
school yesterday morning after having
had an extra day of fun thrown in on
account of Lincoln'^ birthday and the
rbOy monrns because their isn't some
isreat ma^'s birthday every 24 hours.
Kxeentlon gi^e Today.
The stock and^fixtures of the MidT
way cafe in the tear of Heed's place
was sold by Constable Williams today.
The%^lace ha% been closed^ by the
Hamm Brfewlng. company and the
fore Judge Watts, he left his-overcoat .. ,,
hanging to the office of the sheriff. J00^. -to ^.^^,ebts
One of the attaches of the court house
iSWi scurrying about for a match and
^.knowing that Mr. Ufassee was a smot
her went through his overcoat pocket
Located at Brooklyn.
The many friends of J. W. Burke the.
dentist who contemplated' locating
here a few years ago will be glad to
hear that the doctor is at present lo
cated in Brooklyn, N. Y. and is enjoy
ing good line of trade in his profes
sion. 'xi''
Valentine Dance TSnl&ht.y
Sullivan & Forde,:'0n their Valen
tine ball in KellerV'hall tonight A
siiecial feature ^iii be the valentine
box into Mrhlch' evecyone present is
expected to contribute. A i$ood time
expected by all who attonJ and .•
large crowd is. anticipated.
Jbady For^ters Met
Tl|e. Ladles' Catholic Order of For
^sters held t^eiir regular meeting' in
the "Woodman hall. Miss Brltt- anl
Miss BaH \treisiJ made sisters. A dclt.^
clous lunch was served and the ladies
had a niost ^^yable session.
.-V- Of Sle^h Bi^es. 7
Monday^night was one of the best as
to the .number of sleigh rides held
that has been, on the program this
year. A numlier 6f them were held on
the west side especially'and all report
a good'time racing with e4ch other.
Berckers Sits Tonight
Auknst Bbrchen made, his debu^ as
an alderman of the clt of £iut Grond
Forks last night F.
will pre-
sMe over the meeting: a^d It is ex
pected, that the session will be ihter
esting In the extrehie.
Cqt fiowers at Undertaker Sulli
van's, toft Grand Barkis, Minn. Tele
phone 777.
C. F. Smith of )^U L^, i^ a
guest at tiie Qreat
Aaaartod fountain pea* 'It King
•-v-r!v-'. 1.
Bronwn transacted business
elatmr Diiat' vhtlo^ "In'CTOokBton yesterd^r.
MtNili trait call vb
^^,i^wne]^'iece«h,'oaadt9«^ at'
Jwmy tiMota^at CMnimlnas.1
MF "Why did
H'Sii*'? jm-%
Valeacla Wreck Starts Agttatiea for
ii S a a S a a
14i—It fs llkely ihait
the' federal government %ill erect a
life saving station St the entrance of
the 8traits 4San Juan de Fuca, which
lead into Piget sound, as a result of
the wreck of tile Pacific Coast Steam
ship comtAny's liner Valencia on the
rocky west coaBt of Vancouver. Island
a few days ago. Samuel Henry Piles,
the new senator from Washington,
has introduced a resolution to that ef
fect in congress and the officials of
the Pacific Coast Steamship com
pany, Whose main office is at No 10
Wall street, are exerting every^ in
fluence to bring about its passage.
J. S. Ford, the vice-president of the
company, ^ald yesterday that his com
pany would not rest until this danger
spot had been made the home of^i
fully trained and completely equipped
crew of government life savers^ He
said, also, that pressure would be
brought to bear on,the Canadian gov
ernment looking to protection of the
same sort on the dangerous shore of
Vancouver island. Mr. Ford added:
"While the officers of the Pacific
Coast SteamBhlp company feel keenly
the terrible loss of life on the Valen
cia, we are certain that the disaster
was due to no negligence on the part
of the company. Our own inspections
proved the steamer staunch In every
way, and rigid inspections by United
States officials supported us. Every
requirement in the way of life saving
apparatus was met Most of the lite
preservers were changed from cork
to tule shortly before the fatal trip,
when we discovered that the tule pre
servers were better.
We feel that Captain Johnson was
a good, competent commander, and
that, even 4f he had lived, he could not
have been held responsible for the
mistake in reckoning which brought
his steamer on the reefs. He had
been with us twelve yearo, and we
must remember that human judgment
is never' Infallible. The Mechanical
logST on which the captains have to
depend when running along the Paci
fic coast In heavy weather usually
overrun the distance* From reports
we have, received' from officers who
survived this particular' log underran
the distance^
"One lesson the Valencia disaster
must teach. That is the need of life
•saving stations abouf the entrance to
the straits. We have great hope that
the government will take immediate
action to establish a station at Cape
Flattery. It should be manned with
the stanchest surfboats and the crew
must be (professionals. Senator Piles
tells me that it is almost certain that
congress will provide for the erection
of such a station, now that the Valen
cia tragedy has brought its necessity
so prominently before.them. We hope,
too, that the Canadian government
will erect a station on Its side of the
straits for the protection of shipping
bound for Victoria and Vancouver.
Motherhood Is Woman's Business.
The accumulated force of all nature
for all time is not going to be balked
by expression in this culminating
species. Motherhood—If anything—is
woman's business. That business has
been forever Interfered with by a man
made world by warfare and ship
wreck, by accident and Injustice, by
vice and excesses without end—all on
the father's side.
While drink and war and crime kill
thousands and hundreds of thousands/
while our railroads alone destroy
more men each year than many a bat
tlefield, it does seem somewhat ab
surd to turn about and cry to patient
,motherhood for more children. Napo
leon was frank to be valued for their
number of children—he called them
"cannon food." A little less cannon
food may tend to reduce the appetite
fpr cannon.
^Moreover if there are any women so
Ignorant, shallow, and unnaturally sel
fish as to deliberately forego mother
hood—then we are well. rid" of her
species.—Charlotte Perkins. Oilman in
Woman's Home'Companion,
Our Funny First Engines.
If our modern railway engines had
the same power to laugh that they
have- to scream they 'might, as you
children sayj "nearly die" laughing
over the way our first railway engines
looked. Little, queerly shaped, puny
thingB they were. The "Stourbridge
Lionl* didn't weigh one-twenty-fifth:
of the-weight«f an engine of -to-
day, and it looked as if people might
well hesitate about risking their lives
behind it It was first used at Hones
dale, in Pennsylvania, and It ran on
wooden rails with a thin layer of iron
on 'them. People gathered from near
and from tar' that 8th of August, -in
'the year 1829, when the little British
lion of Iron and: steer was to make its
flrst ran.-\The wiseacres Shook their
heads and prophesied all sorts of prob
able disasters, and people said that
"nothing on earth" could tempt-- them
to ride across the bridge spanning the
Lackawazen river on "that thing."
-But the little- lion went safely over
the bridge and oVer the eight or nine
miles of track, wUchi 'was the entire
length of this line -of railroad.—St
Nicholas. IP
In an article la tfto -January issut of
"Law Notes" on "The Origin of "the
Tern 'Lynch I^w,'' mention was
made pf^the fact that formerly the
term "Lydtord law" Was 'used ln the
s^ine sense & England. A North Car
olina Judge in tt liooent case 'Quoted
the follo^ng linesr
I. ott .have hear4 ot Lydford layr—
,' Ifowintho morntheyhiid and draw
sU ln Jadgment af ter.
They seein to aho^ the existence of
a: sft&tMr mmiaiurjr ponlahinent In
England.~^N. T. THbnsfc
Lesaon from the Rut^ike mother
of the GraO^il was praising her Ipya.
fSho makM me^iredr-%ox«)almod the
woman on tho other Mde "of the back
yird fencw. "The llttie impaistofio oar
pigeons Mid tie tin cans to'-oar dog's
fail, just the same as the Uda in the
,-tenemen^ house aeroM the alley."
Fromt vhlOh we learn, that no boy ls
a heroifc the nekf door n^lAl
A woaian wakes a rival happy by
W. E VOSBDMft llsaaftr.
Board of Directors of Second National
Bank Set Aside $6,000 for ImproTe
ments^-ivill Have Frontage of 100
Feet on Second Street. vV
At the annual meeting of the board
of directors o£ the Second National
bank"' of MlnOt held in that institu
tion last month, the Bum of $5,000 was
laid aside for the purpose of making
engagements and improvements on
the present banking place. The work
Is in charge of Contractor Lord, who
commenced his work yesterday morn
ing. The plan of the enlarged bank
shows it to have a frontage on Sec
ond street of nearly 100 feet. Of this,
57 feet will be devoted to the use of
patrons for the transaction of busi
ness, and the balance facing Second
street will be for two offices for the
president, one of which will be hlB
private office and the other his public
office. The frontage on. Main street
will be about 25 feet Here will be
the end of the public office and the
caBhler's private office. Next adjoin
ing the Cashier's private office will be
his public office. Back from the cash
ier's offices will be in the order named
apartments fbr discounts, receiving
teller, pay teller and bookkeepers.
Back of the pay teller's cage and the
bookkeepers' cages will be respec
tively. the desks for mail clerks and
stenographers and the work tables.
Adjaceht to the president's two offices
will be the pew vault which will be
8x15. In addition to' the offices and
apartments named there will be a
large store room and other necessary
Mayor Joseph H. itoach Is the pres
ident of this Institution t. P. Lee,
vice-president Robert E. Barron,
cashier, and H. E. Byorum, assistant
cashier.- The directors consist of the
president, vice-president, cashier and
Messrs. Erick Ramstad and T. P. Ku
laas, all of whom are Of the strongest
financial timber to oe found in this
section of North Dakota and are the
head of one of the.-strongest financial
Institutions in thls part of the north
Will Be In Mlnot On the 24th for
The third of the series of lectures
and entertainments the course be
ing given by the citizens of Mlnot for
the benefit of the prospective V. M. C.
A. to be erected in Mlnot will be giv
en at Jacobson's opera house on the
evening.of February 24. The entertain
ers will be the well known Dixies, who
will render what will probably prove
(to be the best concert of its kind ever
given in the western section of this
state. The committee wish to an
nounce that the doors of the opera
house will be closed to admission at
8:30 sharp.
Attorney Hovey Locates.
Attorney Clark Hovey, who has been
practicing law for the past five years
in Donnybrook, has rented room 7 in
the Scofield block, Mlnot and will on
the 26th commence a general law prac
tice. Previous to going to Donuy
brook, Mr. Hovey practiced for three
years In Minneapolis. Mr. Hovey, who
is a graduate is Buchtel college, Ak
ron, Ohio, where he received the de
gree of A. B., and Ohio State univer
sity, Akron, where he received the de
gree of LL. B.. has been admitted to
practice before the state and federal
courts and all oflhe bureaus of the
department of the interior, Washing
ton, D. C.
Johnson Admits Guilt.'
Fred Johnson, the young man ac
cused of robbing the
19, ScoBeH BHti r. 0.BetlI7.
N. depot In
Norwich, has acknowledged his guilt
He was brought back to Mlnot yester
day^ .Chief of Police Kimball had him.
at tfiej county- seat- to identify- some
of the'property which he stole and sold
to Mlnot parties.
Redlstrlcting Proposition.
The city council of Mlnot will hold
a meeting tonight to take action rela
tive to the redlstrlcting of the city.
Hie meeting will be presided elver by
Mr. Erick Ramstad, who will act for
Mayor Itoach, who is absent from the
Entertained Friends.
Katherlne and Winifred
O'Dell entertained a large party of
young friends last evening, at the
OfDelI residence on Second street,
Mlnot in honor of the birthday of Miss
Ethel Kane, a/teacher in the "high
Tcfp to the Coast
City Cbuncllman Erick Ramstad is
makfng preparatlonB for a trip to the
Pacific coast whpre he expects to
spend seVerta weeks. Mr. Ramstad Is
interested in ieveral real estate en
terpriBes On the coast.
pr. Sargent has ^ented Jthe coraer
^fO!in tl^ )lo^l #louWtOr a drag
tftore, which he expects to open in a
fewdaya. TheWtardtodt0bipar
lor has been rented to Miller tk Croe
of ft nipl, «nd Mr. J. N.4V8rton Of
lUnaeapOUi 1s understood 'tjo-iite'the
leasee of Oie barber shop and bathlng
establishment connected with the
Mr. «. p. Pratt, the repreaentative
of Bontoil BrosC Mlnneatnlts who
•applied the new Morrill house with
ita funMshlnga, |s ,spond& the week
l9 l(ln|A installlng the furaltere.
ittdgo B. & 0^7la Ww
^dlatrtet oooH' In Bottinaati"
panied by Mrs. Goss and daughter and
his stenographer, Mr. J. C. Lowe.
Mr. Nathan Elliott of the Hotel Mor
rill arrived in Mlnot yesterday from
St Peter, Minn. Mr. Elliott was ac
companied by his wife.
Deputy Sheriff John F. Skinner of
Flanton, tne arch-enemy of the bllnd
plgging fraternity of Ward county, is
spending a vacation In Michigan.
An epidemic of diphtheria is raging
in Mohall. Dr. Taylor, county physi
cian, left Mlnot yesterday for the
scene of the epidemic.
Messrs. Abbott and Elliott, the new-'
ly appointed county commissioners,
are receiving'congratulations on their
new appointments.
Mr. James Thompson of the Devine
Stenerson company, Minot, leaves for
Des Moines, Iowa, in a few days to
spend a well-earned vacation:
The union evangelistic services com
menced in Minot last evening in the
Methodist church, of *which G. L.
Powell, A B., Ph. B„ is the pastor.
Ex-County Commissioners S. S.
Richardson and L. R. Carroll left
Minot yesterday on the Soo for their
respective homes.
Phil V. McCoy, the Minot pharmacist,
is expected back today from a trip In
the east, covering three weeks.
County Commissioner William Black
of Chilcothe is registered at the Le
Moths Are His Fad.
The National museum at Washing
ton has received from William Schaus'
of Twickenham, England, formerly of
New York, a collection of over 60,000
specimens of South and Centrad Amer
ican moths, representing the work of
over twenty years, and valued at over
$100,000. Mr. Schaus is a man of
wealth, who. has been for years an en
thusiastic collector of moths, and fif
teen years ago he left New York be
cause he could study moths better In
Sign of (he best-
*~the best sign
mail's Paradise.

w|tlll,1 a
feMiSlfe ,'V?w...
London, through the wonderful col
lection in the British museum. The
museum officials in Waahlhgion say
that they have come in posaeBsion oft
the most complete and Important col
lection of Sooth American Hlw in
the .worid. It includes a. number of
moths new to science, collected ln out
of-the-way localities in South Ameri
ca. After leaving his moths in Wash
ington, Mr. Schaus left for the City
of Mexico, whither he will start on a
horseback journey and collecting tour
through the Central American states,
Columbia and Equador. He plans to
be absent several years.—Ex.
Ball Fighting and Football.
[From the Louisville Courier Journal.]
There will be a good deal Bald in the
American newspapers in depreciation
of the bull fight at Algeclras. Unfor
tunately just at this time President
Eliot, of Harvard University, has gone
into print with the observation that
"as a spectacle, for persons who know
what the game really Is, football is
more brutalizing than prize fighting,
cock fighting or bull fighting." The
Spaniards will read this, no doubt,
with great interest.
What He Will say.
[From the Philadelphia Inquirer.}
A bellgerent exchange threatens
that, in the next coal strike, "the con
sumer. is going to have something to
say about the shutting off of the coal
supply." Yes, and his remarks will
have the same weight as those of Mo
rocco at the Algeclras conference.
Familiar Qaotatlons.
"George proposed to me In such
beautiful language! I wish you could
have heard him."
"I did hear him. But he hadn't had
as much practice then."—Cleveland
Plain Dealer,
Libel was esteemed a grievous of
fence in the old English law. In an
old case, where the libellers had
charged the lord keeper of bribery,
this punishment was Inflicted on two
of the criminals: One thousand
pounds fine each, and they were re
quired "to ride to Westminster from
the Fleet, With Faces to the Horse
tall and at the Chancery-ar, and In
this Court, with Papers on their Heads
declaring their offence, to acknowl
edge their offence, and ask forgive
ness for It, and then be set on the
Pillory with one ear nailed to it, while
the courts sit and another day to ride
Use 'Three* and
Ewp rnfrtoat oith. Twia Cities weslbond, the PaciBc Eiweaa
Jhr«- „.Eveiy day ol the year betweea rortlaad. Ort.,
Jnd J*"1 Minneapolis, the Twin City Expnw-uKaher
'""t ia Coatort the way to fo. Throaih ticketa hour-
Northern Pacific Railway
St. hal and lliaaeapolia to the Pacilic Northwest.
A. H. Cielaad, General Paaaea^er Afcmt, St. Tad, Hiaa.
"Wonderland 1905," lor Six Ceats S'—f
On Picturesque Lake Upsilon
Jlie Coming Summer Resort of the Northwest
Clear as crystal, pure and fresh, fed by never
falllntf mountain springs.
In abundance and of splendid size.
Mountain Trout, Pickerel, Black
The townsite of Wye extends for nearly two miles the lake
front. Just hirfh enourfh to be dry, with a beautiful rolling surface,
it is an ideal location for a summer resort.
lota ttat will leave the owner move isolated than on the farm.
a race ack make by nature's hand, a beautiful boat landing as
thoutfb made by the tfods for their amusement, are here. The entire
townsite is covered with^a heavy rfrowth of younrf and vigorous tim
ber. It is an Ideal spot for" a summer home where relaxation
recreation can combine.
into Cheapside in audi manaer aa
tore, and there be set on tM Hlleir
with their other eat nailed, aad he
carried to prison, there to remain dar
ing life."—New York Tribune.
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Ing Times.
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Office Chain, Pencils,
Pens Typewriter Paper, Car
bon and Ribbons.
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natural ampitheatre,
or two of the St. John of the
Great Northern, and a spur into the townsite Is almn^ a certainty,
Loto are selling rapidly and a chance to rfet a location In this beautt-V
fill resort will soon be done. They are cheap now because the own*
er wants to build a town with all conveniences rather *l»»n
Robert H. Bosard. oeorce 1
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Minot, N. D. MohaH, H. D.
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