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Farmers to
?ismarck, Decj 20.—Governor Judge-Elect LOWO
Fraxier has Issued'this'state*
'V«:, ft:
ithe Citizens, of N irth Dakota:
'T'1® Present com itions are .serious
'Ugh to deserve'tl thoughtful con
^ration of all people The de-
?The friendly .co-operation of all
citizens is. needed. This is not
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DIAMOND RINGS
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MESH BAGS
VANITIES
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I surplus of. farm products Some por
tlon should be put on the market to
help relieve pie financial situation. I
'would suggest that the county agents
lend their assistance by ascertaining
just what'product could be most ad
vantageously disposed ot from time to
time in various communities. By
calm and thoughtful judgiioent and
friendly co-operation I am confident
him
ir crop froirrthe mlrkll^isac- by the -Jury which brought
Is justly cbmmendable for ho »wdlct at a late hour Sunday, af
minded individual cart blaroL the
0
Pure Bred Cattle Burn
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W» bui.night.
The Diamond Shop
A Splendid Variety of Gift
Ai$isH»s f/mlfte Shoppets
'.
Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds, Ivory, Silverware, Cut Glass,
Gold and ^.Silver Novelties—these are the lovely gift things the
Christmas shopper may choose fr,«Jm at our store. And though the
remaining shopping days are few, you find that here your choice is
restricted only by ydur own demands, and the gift in the Diamond
Shop box loses-qorie of its-distinction by being purchased late.
GIFTS FOR MEN
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CIGARETO JIOr iJEttS
KEY CHAINS
Mir^ITAR BRTTSITES
nnji TOTDR
TRAVELING CASES
JHSi
GIFTS FOR WOMEN
ELRY
BAR PINS AND BROOCHES
•BEAUTY PINS
BRACELETS
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DESK SETS
BOOK ENDS
DESK PIECES
SMOKERS' ARTICLES
SHAVING ACCESSORIES
READING IjAJCPS
CA^ VfXG SKTS
PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES
FOUNTAIN PENS
SILVER PENCILS
GOl WATCHES
DESK CLOCKS
ALARM CLOCKS
WALDEMAltS
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MANICURE SETS
IVORY PYRALIN
HANDBAGS
.CANDLESTICKS
SCISSORS
THIRIBLES, ...
LEATHER GOODS
SILVER FLATWARE
SITEFFIKr T) SILVER"
CUT GLASS
SILK UMBRELLAS
BRACELET WATCHES
CANDY JARS
CASSEROLES
CHAFING DISHES
Irilimas Cards
We' lifive a good- seYectiotf of Christmas Cards left, but We'
advise'yojr, choosing ndWt.
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DIAMOND SHOP
"IHie Brightest Spot in Town
Joe Rabtnorich, Mlcr.
8.09' DEMERFE AVENUE 30#
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Of Minot Acquitted
Of Serious Charge
., —m—- Rugby, N. D., Dec. 20.—Attorney children of the city's public schools.
fably low prlces lof farm product*
Jo!'nt.t
fthe past thrtee oil four months and :not
,L?.w^r, ^,^
tp,ed ln
*he
fch still exWts Have caused the a charge'of rape, brought against
hiers to withhold a larKe nortinnnf
ec„.The
plerce
county court
by. Miss Joy Eddy Newmack, was
er being out for 8everaJ
hour8'
Produ= .?*ht. The care was brought here on a
fut rpAnitl fit* f,s change of venue and a special term
tn^t Me well nigh dis- pfiM"d on thr ground that the
J.™* r,!!liever^ W^cUltural section general setting at Minot might be
SJL2? •^2" t. i-r Tii or.e way or the oth^r.
j^yery other Jlne. of business is Attorney Lowe was recently elected
.ctlcally marking.,t(m? waiting for judge of the district court with the
rrarmera tof ^sell their products, support of the Nonpartisan .league.
aemonstrateB njore conyincingly
4 every other industry depends up
the tillers .Qf: i»e. soil and that
^ning is the basic Industry of all in
•tries. But present conditions are
and we must .face them as they
The
case has attracted wide' attention be-
tdiioto at !J* 1"*. -ause of the prominence of the defend
°NevL£t£.» V0?
Winnt_ ot ,-ause of the prominence of the defend-. going on at Willtaton
proauc- ^lt ij^
W9L9
In Barn Near Harvey
Harvey. N. D., Dec. 20.—Eighteen
head of stock, ten of them pure bred
cattle, were. destroyed by Are when
the large barn on the Glenn Frost
tK- i."!---farm near Harvey burned late
iti,r.'ftBAidestroyed. As near as can be learned
reciosures «e Are originated in a" tank heater,
absolutely
yimtess
the ^property and
bHg*tions should
Jkast flue paper re-
NBURN VOTES FOR SCHOOL.
Glenburn, N.' D., Dec. 20.^-Glen
torurn, in a special election, voted in
9ble xf^ajljustments favor of issuing bonds to the extent 'n, seven automu*b:les and were armed
a' M«l«iMklS!* 2 A A AAA !_• .11 1 With 1*AV/k1vitl*a Qltfl fT oVl 11 n#
inhere is a oj $25,000 for a new school building.
•ml the extractof «fe-
,,
for over
trior to tea, coffee, coeom
IniKih readily dltnUd
tiirf, Noarlshinf, DelicitB#
for Horliclc's at All Fountains
mamenfby briskly *t|rrinf tle po
ter. KeivatbwMar »h«
^ciiHofNdt'i
Avoiding I
Wiiliston To Have
Largest Community
Tree In North Dakota
Wiiliston.
N. D.
club at
Commercial
lnK
that what might-be a serious panic way of providing a public celebration
can be avoided. of the holiday. Season. A twenty-four
"North Dakota is in a great deal foot flr tree, heavily branched and
better circumstances than many oth- beautiful in every respect has been
,er. states and her future Welfare can' secured from the mountain forests of
be assured by all placing ourshoujl- the west. The tree was setv up on
,ders to the wheel and trusting in all
-wise Providence.
"Respectfully,
—"Lynn J. Prasier."
Dec. .20.—Th|
WtUiBton is do-
something novel this year in' the
Main' street this week, and is arousing
good deal of interest in the city and
among the farmers and. people of
neighboring towns. The tree is load
ed with an abundance of beautiful,
decorations and a myriad of electric
lights, which are lighted during the
evening. Five hundred feet 'of tinsel
alone hang from the" branches of the
tree. Many ofthe decorations, such
as Christmas stockings and candy
bags were made up for the tree by the-
Wiiliston tree is not only th*j
largest community tree in the state of
North Dakota, but one of the largest:
in the' whole northwest. It is some
thing long to be remembered. The
tree is one of the maqy features of
the Christmas shopping carnival that
brought here on a a .1
brought chanee of venue and a soecial term OlX ull$pCCtS AlTCStCQ
In Connection With
Robbery At Glyndon
Moorhead, Minn.,. Dec. 20.—In the
roundup of suspects for the attempted
liquor' robbery of the Thuney garage
and residence, near Glyndon, Minn.,
police of i'urgo and Moorhead have
8'x
Pe^ons, and, according to
Garfield H. Rustad,'
confessions in his
nine more.
-at
A quantity of feed was also
county attorney,
hands implicate.
The three additional arrests are
Harritf Miller, Earl. Stranahan and Leo
Bean. Previously arrested were Carl
Pearson, Ed Brandvold and Alfred
Dowl. Authorities claim that the men
conspired to visit the Thuney place,
believing that he had 300 quarts'.of
liquor hidden on his place. They left
with revolvers and flashlights. Five of
the ra.en 'represented themtoives
The case is expected to test out the
state workmen's compensation law in
as much a: it wtill dcterrn ne whether
a man engaged in thr. saing Is enga^T
ed in agriculture under the law.
STILL FOONi) 0M: /fi
FARM NEAR
Sawyer, Dec. 20.—'Federal officials
raided the farm home of Ohrts. i'a..ch
near here Saturday and found a still,
a quantity*.of niash and some raisins.
He went to Minot, pdt'up bonds for.
$600 when appearing before U. S.
Commissioner F. C.', Upton and will
appear in the U. S. court.
The federal agents also raided the
residence of George Foote, o«8 Tpnth
street northwest, but found no
whiskey.
15 BELOW ZERO AT
MINOT SATUSDAY
Minot, N. D.,' Dec. 20.—The mor,
cury dropped to 15 below this 'morn
ing, officially declaring lo'.Uv thi
coldest day thus far this-- year. In
1919 the thermometer registered 16
below zero several times, before
Christmas. Farmers are still /coming
to town in their automobiles and re
norr thf roads in very'good Condition.
There is practically no' snow on the
prairie.
Tubercular Cows I
Are Ordered1 Killed
.GRAND FORKS H3EkALIX M0KDAY DECEMBER 20, ,1020.
7=1=
LO
uf
ihp pri^ju-rs .us
niuiiibers of the gang of '..-a ulus wnich
terrorized his place, frli}».en»ng
11-j-ear-old daughter to the
CUhis
-K
that she has not yet recovered ir»ui
the shock.
Eantry PufcJsLcr, New
At Carrmgiua, Learned
Trade
Under JDijQtkiiitiss
Carrington, pec. 20.—Char...: F.
Varty, for ten years publisher oi the
Bantry Advocate, discontinued recent
ly, is. now with the Carrington inde
pendent. He served tlx years in
England as an apprentice ana ac the
end of that time was drawing a' salary
j'of $2.50 per week.
Damage Cass May Test
State Compensation Act
Anampose, Dec. 20.—Mike Charn
esky of Anamobse, through h,ls attor
neys, Nestos and Herlgstad and E. R.
Sinkler of Minot. has commenced ac
tion against Christ Herr for $20,000
damages for injuries alleged suffered
by the plaintiff when the water glass
on the steam threshing engine, run
and operated "by the defendant with
the plaintiff as fireman, exploded.
Plaintiff oi»dn3 to have suffered the
loss of one eye and partial loss of the
sight of the other eye.
TE! IS OF BRITISH
PLOT TO HINDKR
U. S. SHIPPING
fv^tywf.-SK^gv
William Drnman.
Before the Walsh con&ressiona
:ttee
investigating
nine onard's scMvities Williun
nman, first chairmar. of thf
-board, startled the iromminct by
revealing what he termed a plot
th« British government to hanipei
constru'.'tio'n of a form.dsble S
n-.pTohant marine The Bri»«-' p!*n
foimula ed duvinit the war va u.
clot! stee! shipvsnis with Hnnah
orders and force S tv. bujlj
wooden shipp whtcli would bt
valueless in'post-vrar eom'*t:tion
for Ihtemational trade, accoiduig
to Ur.iman.
Claims To Have Been
be
federal prohibition agents. No iiquor
was found.
County Attorney Rutiiad said ihe
Clay county grand jury which tidjoum
ed a week ago wouid oe reconvened
to probe into the ou::o. IS. 13. Xiian^y
I has identified i-lirce
Injured Wben Di-awn On
Sled
Ev/hbd
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SAWYER
Motorcycle
Drake. N", D.. Doc. 20.—A dum
ac:c a-'tl'n hr.s lx-en started in te
ii.s t-i.- c.-Sii't ljy Atlor. ys
T. J, ^[-nwv f' TSralco ant! E.
li. SinUIer1 of M.n in 1KII-.S!'L of
T. K«y Ogae, -}i-ar-o:d f.cnk«
tiili 'J-^ph Kd.'or ot
p!«ir t-iiV 'seeks S!0.
0 '1'or injnrf« aic^vrl to vc
i: suS'cird wtie.'i "'iviu.' by
t'.) fW- 'ti a. :i7 tl ic-.I for
r'.li' l»bii:ti fci tr's .i.ir
eyo weeks ago. T:
pJai:i!iff clmr^cs (liat Kc-5!cr
ds'..-»r- int-tQrcyc'o, drawing
tis si"\l and boy, tlmmgh the
:f Isialie at a liish rate
rf ep:fd and that when sip
a crwas stira! mot
auiv.Tx ••••:.. itv| |n attQinrnlng to
IW«R ciKi.scd. :e sled and boy to
be th» .v.. a whoo! of t'io
aut--n b!le. Tfie plal i'iff -is
,!?r '.j rpndiwd un:ion'x jii for
days and suffered other
injnrVs.
Kfiier Is coniiectcd with the
suvtc-ouncd mill at Drake.
Harvey Farmers And"-:
P^sjness Men
To
Talk
RP".
id kii.
Small Bottle 50c.
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Sherwood, Dec. 20.—Eighteen' head
of milk cows, beef steers and calves
belonging* to Theodore A. (jundta herd
of stock have just been killed oh or
ders of Dr R. E. Shigley, state vet-'
erinarian'of Kenmare, because of be-,
ing infected with tt^berculoBis.
Mr. Lund killed a beef steer, and
became riuspiclaug because of the con
dltlon of the liver and lungs. Tests
made by the state officer: revealed 18
of his herd suffering from the disease. ,r
The state partially re-imburses Lund
for his loss. Other herds In this, sec
iion are being examine^ \.\
Commonity Clnh Ir
Formed At Granville
Granville, Dec. 20.—A Granville
Community club has. been., organised
'in Granville with: the' fbllowipg ^fB1
cers:' Presideiit, N. A. Rdllag vice,
presidents,: Walter' Wheeler And R. L.
Richardson secWtar^, Carl
fi,
t6ss treasurer, John Geddes.
GRAND FORKS
Krog-
EPIIJKSaC l'Ast. .^4'
•r,Kenmare N, D.„ Dec: 20 —1Th« epl-''
de'mlc of measles has not run its
ifco.ujt xx" ln\ K.!?n«iare, to date. Therd
are' still a large riijmber of cases' in
rt|i,e
city and. v^in'ijsy
PilESttQJMI^B^^RTAlNS:
Deering, |l. D.. DeC. 20..—One ot.
.• fuecpnftir dixtHot ,lt4n
ih'netiniri ever held In this section was
helg when the IHering lodge No, 141,
O.' V.. enterU4n^d': metnber*
from the lodgcs at ^raln*.' Qlenbvirn
*.\y ?f
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uY v» .T..y ,1
THC OlO-fTVtC
tSjlOCAl
SSfioiiili
Evenings
Wm§wm''
8j,jp
ta discuss «raneial. conditions in When the average kid compares
this section. The meeting is called by his dad with Santa Claus the poor dad
11 i-hillips. prePld'ent of the Com- flattens out as does his purse this time
ir iiriitv nh Hnrvev.
In issuing, the call for the meeting,'
.Ji" fftrmers n.vill I
businbss men tl-at "in the face of the
'.!» ii7
everyone is interested in doing all
toward- outlining a plan .that v.-o.iij. Tie
:.:,i
To Do
if
i-h 'n reli--vi"? (h«.
(hat n-^" fj.:i-fr
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FOR FATHER,'
SON Or. EROTHER
•A:"'"V'"
A good suit, overcoat,
Ma pair of shoes, a pretty
shirt, a nifty tie or
•muffler, a bath robe, a
pair of suspenders or silk
sox, a pair of gloves or a
hat or cap.
Buy gifts that
are useful as well
as most accept
.afcle, and buy
them at Garri
son's and save
money.
The plaintiff claims that when the
leg was fractured the physicians
failed to discover her condition and
allowed the bones to knit together
without being properly set, thereby
causing a shortening fit the limb. The
phiifitifl! states that she was after-
terton of St. Pau".. who caused the
1
Financial Adjustment
Harvey, N. D. Dec. 20.—Farmers Arneson and Roy Herron of McVille
and business men of Harvey an.l.'vi-. they treated her fracture as a bruise,
vinity will meet in Ilarvey on Tues-
year.
T'lleve si:'-.1: .:uli
'.Ivl a meeting of farm.
•«, ni-rt "onirt fl
Jw worlv' 1 '",U
that i? "n^h i»- rart it will cause
no ,one any harfl"hiT."
FOE SORE TJIRC AT ND TONSILITIS
GARGLE V/I.TH
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ha 53
Ttit' Knyptos
BlfOCAt
ADVERTISEMENT.
Germs cause the inflairmation in your throat,
which brlrgfs on throat diseases My-Kroba means
de^th to these gern^s and ^t ?he same time heals and
soothevs,,and quickly restores the membraneous lining,
to a healthy condition.
._. rAPrCTIOl^S
Vpp 6 to 10 drijps of 51 y-Wri ha in a glass of \\arnt watM* and
sargr'c w-vc-nil limes a day.
From Your Druggist.
.20. lflSO. i«fcw6#«fclfe4. :•&!$.
onrntERs
TREATMENT FREE
Red Cross' Pile Treat
ment, the absorbtion
and quick relief treat
ment for Piles, Fis­
tula ard rectal inflammations.. Thif
tr-nment is sold by drusr^ists, but to
t'T.'se not l.-no'v!n» of It wf1! send fre»
vo prove our cure. Rea Company,
!nrt rent 33. Minneapolis. Minn.
Its cfiVct will be prompt and pcrmannt.
A A, Large Bottle $1.00
If He Docs Not Sell it Write the
NORTH DAK6TA
Eyeglasses and
Spectacles At
AA'Av .^-For-^- .v:AA :",/
Christmas Cift3
What could he more
*deal, more useful, and'
-{fserye !asa constant, re-(.
^^^liuinder of tH'4-glv:er. ^^2
%^HtNK IT QVESA
.....A- .. .. .' .• .?•
ONLY FIVE MORE DAYS
Our Speciaf Prices On
Ladies'_and Misses'. Coasts, Dresses, Blouses,
Still Prevail
l&es M'VKle Doctors Donnybrook Bunch
For All?Damages Want Laws Repealed
McVille, N. D„ Dec. 20.—Mrs. Liz-
.U-
7
Si-.-.ith o- McV iie, through her at
torneys, W. XI. Sibbald and E. R.
Sinkler of Minot, has commenced ac
tion in the district court here seeking
$15,000 damages against Drs. Arne
Arneson and Roy Herron, physicians
and surgeons of McVille, for alleged
nialpracticc claimed by the plaintiff
to htive been committed by the de
fendants in the treatment of a frac
turo of her leg.
bone' to be refcroken anil reset 'in a
St. Pa'Ul hospital. Mrs. Smith claims
that while in the care of Drs. Ai ne
1
TTT-
O S TO RE
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Next to ncrsld Bldg: South Third Street
Your Christmas Shopping
.'•••It will pay you well to do your Christmas shopping at the Garison Co. A sug
gestions for practical gifts we offer:
Donnybrook, Dec. 26.—Governor
Lynn J. Frazier was asked to call a
special session of the legislature and
repeal the initiated laws relative to. league editor from Minot, K.
permitting the deposit of public funds I Tom McGrath,
elsewhere than in the Bank of North I Patterson.
SPECIAL DRIVE
ON
PHONOGRAPHS
XMAS SPECIAL
Full cabinet machine. Plays all
records perfectly. Regular $110
value at
$49'50
Slightly used full-
cabinet machine
with castors, special
$39.50
Also 8 Brand New
Pathe, Phonographs
including two elec­
tric models at
lA.v
off
a j. .-.
•.vV^'jr 'Ar'
If out-of-town c'ip,
"w•/. iff -^lie codpon
..raaifi'- .•
OrtN
CN/ilJi
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Grand Forks
Hi
FOR MOTHER,
DAUGHTER OR SISTER
A good winter coat, a
nice dress, a pretty
waist, a silk petticoat,
camisole, sweater, a pair
of gloves, a silk or leath- &
er purse, a bath robe, a
pair of bedroom slippers,
or a paii- of silk hose. •.
AT
GETTS
Closing Out
SALE
This last week before Xmaa.
we are cutting the prices on our
phonographs still lower.
Everyone can now have
one of our beautiful in
struments in their hbene
on Christmas- morning.
Every instrument in our stock
must be sold as we are quitting
the business.
Prices less than present
factory cost.* Come in
and make us an offer.
Three EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS!
Stop! Look! Listen!
Mahogany case
Phonograph, stan
dard make, full cab
inet style. Regular
*125 at
$68
With 12 Selections
Wlipf!
y-i'iEvenings ^4
C-i'
Buy gifts that
are useful as well
as most accept
able, and buy
them at Garri
son's and save
money.
ptc.
if 1
Dakota and the law prohibiting the, .p| jj
bank from loaning money on real es- f^S
tate exoept to fanners. actually resM
ing within the state, by a meeting of
lady leaguers held In White Ash
township hall. Included among the
orators who furnished the arguments
to. the ladies were Olof Rilib, ex-
Ti Carey, ftp*
Tom McGrath, A. M. Fruh and Dell .S
ip
ft
Large American
Walnut Machine.'
Plays all records.
'Regular .$300.00, this
week only.i^.,?y
$149,50 8
With 12 Selections^
Fill Out and Mail To Us
Please send me catalogues and prices on the
in I a
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Piano
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