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The evening times. (Grand Forks, N.D.) 1906-1914, June 30, 1906, Image 15

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'M Superintendent la Charge of Building—Prof, a B. Waldrpn
DIVISION K—WOMEN'S DEPABTMENT.
—)nepu9)n]iednBMrB. Emma Hanson, Fargo, N. D.
Judge—Mrs. Alex Stern, Fatgo, N. D.
CLASS 60—FABRICS. fc
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•/SSjai. CLASS 49—COUNTY EXHIBITS.
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Patching on old garment v. 2.00 xjoo
Pillow sofa, fancy........ 8.00 && 2.00
Infant's pillow 2.00 00
Crasy quilt, Bilk .................... .......... 3.00 2ioo
Craty quilt, wool 2.00,- 1.00
Quilt log cabin, Bilk ...... 8.00 1.60
Quilt log cabin, wool. 2.00 1 00
Quilt, block, silk 3.00
Quilt block, wool 2.00 1 00
Quilt patchwork, cotton 2.00 1,00
Raffia, embroidered centerpiece 3.00 2.00
Reticule or fancy bag, silk. 2«00 1 00
Rug, hand made ....2.00 1.00
Sasque, ladles* fancy dressing 2.00 i!oo
Slippers, knitted 2.00 1 1.00
Slippers, crocheted ........... ....2.00 100
Stockings, bag v..... ....y.... 2.00 l!00
Stockings/wool, knitted 2.00 1 00
Socks, wool knitted 2.00 lioo
Spread, cotton, crocheted 3..00 2ioo
Spread, cotton^knitted i..... 3.00 2.00
Underclothes, ladies' best set three pieces .......•»... 3.00 2.00
Articles of fancy work not enumerated above 3.00 2.00
Bead work, best collection, six- or more pieces 3.00 2.00
Basket hand made, all raffia 2.00
Baskets, best hand made, sill rattan ................ 2.00 1.00
Baskets, hand made, all raffia and rattan 2.00 .. 1.00
Baskets, best collection, not to exceed ten........... 5.00 3 00
CLASS 51—ART.
Handpainted china, cream pitcher and sugar bowl... .$2.50
Handpalnted china, after dinner coffee set 3.00
Handpainted buttons, set of six or more .............. 2.00
Handpainted china, chocolate set 3.00:
Handpainted china vase .3.00
Handpainted china salad dish 3.00
726 Handpainted chiaa plate
726 Leather, best specimen, embossed ......
727 Leather, best specimen, tooled ..........
728 Box or chest pyrographlc, decoration....
729 panel or plaque, pyrographlc decoration
780 Tabouret, pyrographlc decoration.......
pi 731 Clay tile, coli
I. Clay tile, color design
mmm CLASS 52—CULINARY.
Jam, gooseberry....
Jam, raspberry ..
Jam, strawberry.».. ........ ..C.......
Jelly, crabapples, one-half pint glass.
-Jelly enrrant rod, %-plnt glass..'...
Jelly, grape red, £-pint glass...................
768 Jelly, gooseberry, H-pint glass........ .......
764 Jelly, plum tuid apple, %-plnt glass...........
766. Jelly, raspberry and .enrrant, %-plnt glass.....
766 Chill sauce, 1 quart...... ......................
767 Mustard pickles, 1 quart.
^PtoUes,: encumbers,
Pickles, salad or oil, quart?..
Plckie?, onlon, quart...........
Pickles,.crabapplesr Bweet, 1 quart4........i.',fi
Pickles, peach, 1 quart, sweet
Pickles, pear, sweet, 1 quart v.'.
Pickles, watermelon, sweet 1 quart.... ..
Pickles, best one .quart not enumerated above...
Spiced currants, 'quart. .-i.
Spiced pluma, 1 quart
HOme made candy, 1 pound (Stench) ..
Home made taffjr. 1 pound......
Home.made nut candy, 1 poui4.. :.^.
Home made dipped chocolates, pound.
,Salad dressing boiled, 1 pint
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1.00
1.00
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.60
.60
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2.00
2.00
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Spelts,' lead (1 bo.) ...
Mammoth clover In bnndlea...
Alalks clarar teed (1 bn.)
AlUke cloref In bnndlea.....
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1.00
.60
1.00
.60
.60
.60
2nd
8rd
Prem.
'••'Premi
Best /display of agricultural and
horticultural products by any
County In North Dakota outside
of Cass County, no portion of this
dUplay to be jmtered for Individ-.
nal premiums .f100.00
Beat display of agricultural, and
horticultural products by any or
ganised Township"In North Da
kota, no portifih bf this display to
be eiiiared for any other prem
iums in any other class or lot. ..60.00
Best display of agricultural and
horticultural product# bj
dividual fanner, market
excluded. Whole exhibit
by himself and not'
any otyier premiums
PTNB,
30.00
EXHIBITION BUILDING.
Apron, fancy white .v.................... |2.00
Button holes made ln different materials............. lk60
Crocs stitch, best in white cotton or linen on finished
article., ,. .. i. .. .. .. 2.00
Cross Btltch, best in colors, cotton or linen on finished
articles 2*00
Crocheted or knitted wool Intent's bootees.......... 1.60
Crocheted Infanta saque 2.04
Cushion pin, best 2.00
Corset cover, best hand made. 2.00
Corset cover, handkerchief..... 2.00
Darning, best specimen on old garment 1.50
Darning, best specimen on hose 1.60
Doll, best .dressed, by child under 16 years.... 3.00
Drbwn work lunch cloth 3.00
Drawn work centerpiece or tray cloth'. 2.00
Drawn work dolles, dosen 2.00
Embroidered lunch cloth 8.00
Embroidered Center piece ..... 3.00
Embroidered initial on any material 2.00
Embroidered shirtwaist, cotton or linen ... 8.00
Embroidered Mount Melllck, best lUftch cloth 3.00
Embroidered Mount Melllck center piece 3.00
Embroidered Hardanger or Norwegian best lunch cloth 2.00 1.00
Embroidered Hardanger or Norwegian center piece... 2.00 1.00
Embroidery best specimen eyelet embroidery 2.00 1.00
Hemstitching, best spedmen 1.00 60
Infant's hood, lace 2.00 1.00
Infant's dress, long 2.00 100
Infant's dress, short 2.00' 1,00
Lace point, best specimen 2.00 1.00
Lace honiton, best specimen 2.00
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Prem.
Note. In this class exhibitors are required to file with the Superin
tendent at the time of making the entry, a receipt or formula for making
the article exhibited, with the name and address of the exhibitor. If not
done the exhibit will be barred/from receiving a premium.
Lot
Boston brown bread .. ...........
Bread, white
Bread, whole wheat
Bread, chocolate stirred in
Cake, white
Cake, angel
Cake, fruit
Cake, sponge
Cookies, white
Hermits
Doughnuts ......
Tea rolls .............................
Baking powder biscuits
Blackberries, one pint
Blueberries, one pint
Crabapples, one pint
Gooseberries/ one pint
Peaches, one pint ............
Pears, one pint
Raspberries, one pint
Sand: cherries, one pint
Strawberries ...
Jam Blackberry ..
Jam, currant
Jam, currant and raspberry............
2.00
1st
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70S
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Poffedpaau
Pie, apple
Pie, blnet
Pie, cherry
Pie, lemon
Pie, mlnoe
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EXHIBITION BUILDING.
•zem DIVISION Ir-SOHOOLS.^#^'
Superintendent—Miss Jennie S. Champlne. ?««trar,F,'v
AsslstantSuprlntendent—J. L. Henn. a
Judges—C. W. Martlndale, School Work Mlaa Jessie Neal, Art Work.
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prem.
Water color designing, best collection 10
miscellaneous
796 Water color design, book cover
796 Designing in ink, best col. 10 pleceB,for Iron work..
797—Best single piece grille..........
798 WOod carving, best collection, 10 pieces
799 Wood carving, beat single piece...
800 Illuminating drawing, charcoal, best collection, three
pieces from life 2.00
801 Illuminating drawing, charcoal, best single piece, head 1.00
802 Pen and Ink, best collection, 10 pieces 8.00
803 Pen and ink, single piece. 1.06
804 Best Industrial exhibit from any school in Fargo.... 15.00
806 Best Industrial exhibit from any school In Cass Co.,
North Dakota 16.00' 10.00
Best Industrial exhibit from any school in Clay Co.,
Minnesota 16.00 10.00
Best industrial exhibit from any district in North
Dakota 16.00 10.00
Penmanship, largest and best school collection not
lesB than 20 different pupils 10.00
Industrial drawings, largest and best school collection,
not less than 20 different pupils 10.00
Exhibit of kindergarten work made by public school in
any one district 10.00
Exhibit of school furniture, professional.
CLASS 53.
OPEN TO PUPILS UBTDEB 15 YEARS OF AGE.
Geography, relief map......... .*.. .V.
Geography, map of North Dakota.
Geography, colored topographical map of North Dak..
Botany, nature study, exhibit of North Dakota, plants
collected, arranged and named by children
Botany, original composition on nature study, buds,
animals or plants
Graded series of drawings (objects freehand)
Graded series of drawings (industrial), free hand....
Crayon drawings
Burnt leather, best collection, 10 pieces, juvenile work
Best collection, 10 baskets or pieces, all raffia juvenile
work
Best single basket or piece
Best collection, 10 rattan baskets or pieces, juvenile
work
Best single basket or piece rattan .'..!.!!!!!
Best combination rattan and raffia, 10 baskets or
pieces
Best single basket or piece
Best wool rug, 8x12 In, or smaller, best collection of
rus®
Best single rug
Best piece of raffia weaving
Best piece of oord weaving
Bead weaving, best single article
Bead weaving, best collection, 10 articles
Clay moulding,' best collection, 10 pieces
Clay moulding, best single piece
Individual samples of kindergarten work, open to
children under 7 years of age.
Geography, map of the United States, open to chil
dren under 7 years of age
Pen sketches, children nnder 7 years of age
Penmanship, exhibit of writing, children undfcr 7 years
of age '.
EXHIBITION BUILDING.
DIVISION M—ART AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Superintendent—William Ballou.
Judge—
CLASS 54—NATURAL HISTORY
(Amatenrs Only.)
Animals indigenous to North Dakota, group, stuffed
and mounted 3dq
Birds indigenous to North Dakota, group, stuffed and
mounted 30Q
Single animal Indigenous to North Dakota, stuffed and
mounted 200
Single bird indigenous to Notrh Dakota, stuffed and
mounted'
843 Collection, of game birds indigenous to North Dakota,
stuffed^ and mounted
84 4 Collection of butterflies and moths indigenous to
North Dakota, (not less than fifty specimens to
each collection)
Collection of North Dakota birds' eggs, (not iess than
a hundred specimens to each collection)
Collection of North Dakota woods, dressed and named,
(not less than fifteen, varieties) 5.00
Collection of North Dakota bisects j'qo
Skin of North Dakota wild animal, mounted as rug:
with head on 2 00
Specimen of North Dakota coal .!!..!!. lloo
Collection of North Dakota gems l'oo
CLASS 55—PHOTOGRAPHY.
(Amatenrs Only.) .vv
851 Collection of twelve North Dakota farm views—open
air (with titles affixed 8 3 00
852 Collection of twelve interior views 3 00
863 Collection of twelve portraits.. 300
864 Collection of twelve animal views—open air 3.00
865 Collection of twelve town views—open air.... 3 00
866 Collection of twelve genre views 3.00
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051
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875
876
877
878
879
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Book-plate derifgn .iv.U....
Drawing from life..........."
Drawing from cast......................
Crayon
Pastel
Pen and Ink drawing.....
1 ...v........,\•].''"'
-Monotype -.
.7.
Archltectual drawing elevation and plans.
Architectural drawing perspective............
Geometric drawing
Illuminated letter-text .............
CLASS 57—MECHANICAL WORE.
Inlaid wood article of utility .»}.•
cane, pollahed
Horn, ornamented
aiwr article of uUUty /.
Brasa or copper article of ntlllty,
Box o* (diest pyrographlc decoration. ........: ..".
gMI piae«Be, pyrpgraphic deooration
Tabonrft pyrogra^ilc decoration...
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ifTBS EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D. ~£?Wv
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1.00
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10.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
Diploma.
1st
2nd
Prem.
82.00
3.00
2.00
Prem.
81.00
4.00
1.00
5.00
3.00
6.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.50
2.00
1.00
1.00
.50
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1st
2.00
ass-Photography are to be mounted but not framed
singly, though it is permissible to frame a group collectively.
CLASS 56—PAINTING AND DRAWINGS.
A. OBIGDTAL PAINTINGS AND PORTRAITS.
(Framed Exhibits.)
Oil, life study. .'....
Oil, landscape
Oil, still life
Oil, animal
Oil, flowers or fruit.
Miniature portrait
Water color, landscape.
Water color, flowers or fruit..
B. PAINTINGS AND PORTRAITS, COPIES.
S (Itemed Exhibit) u.,
rJfi
Oil, l|fe'study......-....
Oil, landscape ......................
Gil, still life.
Oil, animal ...
Oil, flowers or fruit.............
Miniature portrait
Water color, landscape.........'
Water color, flowers or fruit............1.11**1***1
p. m.
1.00
.50
1.00
.60
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
3.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
.50
.50
.60
.50
1.00
1.60
.50
1.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
S.00
1.00
1.00
$ 2.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
.50
1.00
.50
.50
lat
pfem
2nd
Prem.
$ 2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1st '.: 2nd
Prem. Prem.
$ 3.00 $ 2.00
3.00 2.00
3.00 2.00
3.00 2.00
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3.00 2.00
3.00 2.00
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1st
Prem.
$ 1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00'
1.00
1.00
1.00
.$ 2.00
2.00
2.00
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1.00
2.00
THE
Dates and Places Where Fast
Speeders Will Compete For
Big Purses.
The Evening Times today publishes
the official program of the events
of the entire Northerp racing circuit,
other than those heretofore published
in its columns. The places, dates and
events are as follows, with the excep
tion of the Devils Lake program,
which has been postponed:
Devlla Lake, N. June 12 to 14
Cando, N. Juae 20 to 22
Bottineau, N. June 3# to 28
Mlaot, N. July 3 to 5
k'!!K*ol July 10 to 12
Hlllaboro, N. July IT to 10
Karso (atate fair) July 23 to 28
Grand Fork* (county fair)
J»«y SI An*. 3
Klllarney, Man Auk. 7 to 0
Leeda, Jf. An*. 7 and 8
Graavllle, N. Auk. 10 and 11
HILLSBORO PROGRAM.
July 17,18 and 19,1900.
hillsboro, x.
Tuesday, July 17.
Purse.
2:25 Pace and 2:20 Trot, 3 In 5...
2:14 Pace and 2:09 Trot, 3 in 5...
5 Furlong Dash
Wednesday, July 18.
2:30 Pace and 2:25 Trot. 3 in 5...
2:18 Trot, 3 In 6
4% Furlong Dash
6 Furlong Dash
Thursday, July IS.
2:25 Trot. 3 In 5
2:19 Pace and 2:14 Trot, 3 in 5..
2:10 Pace and 2:05 Trot, 3 in 5...
1 Mile Dash
GRAND FORKS PROGRAM—Co. Fair.
July 31, August 1, 2 and 3, 1006.
GRAND FORKS, N. D.
Tuesday, July 31 Ht.
2:40 Pace and 2:35 Trot, 3 in 5
2:25 Pace and 2:20 Trot, 3 in 5..
4 Furlong Dash 200
Wednesday. AuKuat 1.
2:10 Pace and 2:05 Trot, 3 in i.... 600
2:20 Pace and 2:15 Trot, 3 In 5.... 400
Road Race, Trot or Pace. Owners
to drive, 4 wheeled wagons.
Horses must be owned in North
Dakota 3 months previous to
July 31, and not having started
for money during 1906 only in
similar race. /4 mile heats, 2 in
3. Records no bar 200
1% Mile Dash 200
Thursday, August 2.
3 Minute Trot or Pace, horses rais
ed and bred by sires owned in
North Dakota. 3 in 5 400
2:15 Pace and 2:10 Trot, 3 in 5 500
6 Furlong Dash 200
Pony Race, 14 hands and under
mile dash 50
Friday. Aukuhi 3.
2:30 Pace and 2:25 Trot, 3 in 5 400
Free for all Trot or Pace, 3 in ii.. 1000
Mile Running Race, 2 in 3 200
CIRCUS
^4^'
Harness entries close July 10 at 11 p. m.
Kunnlnar entries close July SO, at 11 p.m.
MINOT PBOORAX.
2:26 Trot, 3 In 5
2:15 Face and 2:10 Trot, 3 in 6....
2:30 Pace and 2:26 Trot, 3 in 6
4 Furlong Dash
7 Furlong Dash
Wedneaday, Jaly 4.
2:20 Trot and 2:16 Pace, 3 In 5
2:10 Pace and 2:06 Trot, 3 in G....
5 Furlong Dash
6 Furlong Dash
1% Mile Dash
Thursday, Jaljr ft.
2:26 Pace and 2:20 Trot, 3 In 6....
2:18 Trot, 3 in 6 ...
14 Mile Dash (all ages)...
5% Furlong Dash
1 Mile Handicap—Weights to be
E[arness
:30 Pace and 2:25 Trot, 3 in 5..
2:10 Pace and 2:05 Trot, 3 in 5..
4H Furlong Dash
6 Furlong Dash
Purse.
$400
500
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m^'-w PAOI nram
Purse.
$400
400
400
osted night before race 300
entries close June 26,11 p. m.
Running entries close July 2. 11 p. m.
KILLARNET PB06RAM.
Angunt 7, 8 aad #, IMS.
KILLARNBY, MAN. a
Tuesday, Augnat 7.
2:40 Pace and 2:3G Trot, 3 In 5.,
2:25 Pace and ?:20 Trot, 3 in 6.
4V4 Furlong Dash
6% Furlong Dash
Purse.
.. $250
.. 300
.. 200
.. 200
Wedneadajy Auaunt 8.
2:20 Pace and 2:15 Trot, 3 in 5.,
2:10 Pace and 2:05 Trot, 3 in 5.,
5 Furlong Dash
6 Furlong Dash
.. 300
.. 400
.. 200
.. 200
250
500
Thursday, AuKuat 9.
2:30 Pace and 2:26 Trot, 3 in 5
Free For All Trot or Pace, 3 In 5..
7 Furlong Dash
1 Mile Dash
Harness entries close July 31, at 11 p. m.
Running entries close Aug. 6, at 11 p. m.
200
200
LEEDS PROGRAM.
August 7 and 8, 100*.
LEEDS, N. D.
Tuesday, August 7.
2:30 Pace and 2:20 Trot, 3 in 5...T^lfo
H?,.Pa£e
aIJd
...*300
.. 300
... 150
2:09 Trot, 3 in 5 300
1 Mile Novelty Run, 25 per cent of
purse at each quarter 160
Wednesday^, August 8.
2:40 Pace and 2:00 Trot, 3 in 5... 300
:i?ii a"d
.. $300
.. 300
.. 150
.. 150
..$300
300
.. 300
.. 150
Harness entries close June
p. m.
Running entries blose July
26, 11
16, 11
2:00
Trot, 3 in 5 300
1 Mile Dash Run igo
Harness entries close July 31. 11 n. m.
Running entries close Aug. 6, 11 p. m.
GRANVILLE PROGRAM.
August
10
aad 11,
190*.
GRANVILLE, N. D.
Friday, August 10.
Purse.
.. $300
.. 300
.. 150
.. 160
.. 300
.. 300
.. 150
.. 150
11 p. m.
11 p. m.
Saturday, AuKuat 11.
2:25 Pace and 2:20 Trot, 3 In 5..
2:15 Pace and 2:10 Trot, 3 In 5..
a Furlong Dash
1 Mile Dash
Haruess entries close July 31, at
Harness entries close Aug. 9. at
FARGO PROGRAM STATE
FAIR.
July 24, 35,26,27 and 28.
FARGO, N. D.
Tuesday, July 24.
.. Purse.
2:15 Pace and 2:10 Trot, 3 In 5 $ 000
2:30 Pace and 2:26 Trot, 3 in 6 600
4/6 Furlong Run, 2 in 3 250
Wednesday, July 25.
2:25 Pace and 2:20 Trot, 3 in 5 $1000
2:18 Trot, 3 In 5 600
1 Mile Dash, Running 260
Road Race, mile heats, 2 In 3.
Owners to drive. Trot or Pace.
Unmarked horses. Horses must
be owned in North Dakota three
months previous to start 250
Thursday, July 26.
2:40 Pace and 2:35 Trot, 3 in 6 $1000
2:20 Pace and 2:15 Trot, 3 in 5 600
Farmers harness race, trot or pace.
Owners to drive. Horses owned
in North Dakota four months
previous to start. Without rec
ords, mile heats, 3 In 5 150
GRAND FORKS
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AND THE GORGEOUS
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BIG, NEW FEATURE, SIX-FOLD CIRCUS
Wortang,.^^Anun^s ever seen, constituting the B1GUEST ARENrcSH^^T^WOBLft
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200
200
400
600
200
200
200
600
400
200
200
8 Minute trot or pace tor hoi
raised and by sires owned In
North Dakota, 3 in 6.. ....$ CMf'?
Mule Race, pace or trot in harness.
Mules must never have started
for money. Mile beats. 2 in (.,
Mile Dash.I life
Harness entries close July 10, at 11
Running entries close July SI
P- m.
DAKOTA BOTTLING WOKKS
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Cstbosated Bevtra^aa. Phosphate*
Foaatala Syrapa
and sll Kinds of Flavor* ...
Siders, Halts and Seltzer Waten
Tri-sutsfks^na
R. W. fhoae 10SS-L
Oraad Forks. No. Dak* ».!**•
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Guarantee Slock Food Company
Capital Stock. $a0,000
Manufacturers of Stock Vood,
try Pood, Worm Powdar, Lie* aunr,
Heave Cure, Pink Kye Remedy, Farar
Cure, Colic Cure, Gall Curs, Foot taK
edy and White Linlmunt.
ICE CREAM QONES
Wholesale aad Retail
205 Third Street N. 316 DeHcis Ana
rhrnes Northwestern 402 .K-sS
9 WORLD'S
GREATEST
SHOWS
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THE MOST MAGNIFICENT
AMUSEMENT FEATURE EVER DEVISED.
1200 Characters. Ballet of 300. Dancing Girls—Chorus of 200.
Biggest Stage and Most Elaborate Scenery Ever Used.
BIGGEST MENAGERIE ON EARTH.
LOO CAGES. 40 ELEPHANTS.
FAMILY OF FULL-
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•RAND FORKS. I, C.
Rasmossen, Bemls & Company
Dry Goods. Notloaa, Etc.
6IANDP0HS R. DAKOTA
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Whaissals
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Oraad forka. North Dakota
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GRAND FORKS. N. D.
JULY 16
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GREATEST ZOO.
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Forks, Monday, July 16
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