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Ladies felt shoes at Greengards. Have yon seen McBain & Maynard's fall suits Jerry Daley wad a city visitor on Monday. Underwear—get it here—McBain & Maynard's. G. A. Sebelius was a city visitor this week. For floor covering see Johnsgaard's furniture ad. Good threshers' gloves, etc., at Mc Bain & Maynard's. Atty. J. J. Murphy was down from Souris on Monday. James Flynn, of Russell, spent Monday in our city. Mrs. Baylor Trawick of Souris spent Monday with lriends here. George Taylor, of Omemee, was in the city on Wednesday. Geo. Perrin of Omemee was a Bot tineau visitor this week. Monday was final proof day and the U. S. commissioners were busy. Emil Johnsgaard has a new ad. in this issue. It will interest you. Louis Schoonover, of Omemee at tended county court on Tuesday. The best line of sweaters for men, boys and children at Greengards. Geo. A. Poole, of Souriis, paid our city a business visit on Thursday. Don McDonald, of Souris, was a pleasant caller at our office today. FLOOR COVERINGS Linoleums, Floor Oil Cloths and Carpets cut without waste, fitted on your flloor without any extra charge. I have just received a new lot of Linoleums and Floor Oil Cloth, new and attractive pat terns, will cut these and fit them on your floor without any extra charge. Rugs, Art Squares I have a large line of Rugs and Art Squares, all sizes, new 1905 patterns, very attractive. Come and see them. E I O N S A A K)eMmeau€outant Local Items or 'Doings tif a Week Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scott, on Saturday, the 7th inst., a girl. James E.HaRkett drove to Deloraine on Monday and returned Tuesday. Editor Matt Johnson, of Omemee, was a business visitor on Tuesday. Attorney Woodward, of Omemee attended to business here this week. Pick your new overcoat now. Mc Bain & Maynard have what you want. S. B. Mahaney, of Willow City transacted business here on Wednes day. L. B. Wolfe is building a new dwelling house south of the court house. R. F. Corey, of Omemee. was a prominent witness in county court this week. George Mcintosh returned to Wil liston on Monday after a few days' visit here. Now is the time to order' storm doors and windows at Imperial Lum ber Yard. Royal is made of Grape Cfeam of Tartar. Absolutely Pu 'JL Makes the food more Wholesome and Delicious* Window* Shades from 25 cents and up, cut to fit your windows and put on with out any extra charge. Come and investigate the new Way of buying carpets If you have a farm to sell see James McCabe at the First National Bank. (June 23 tf.) Read all the ads. They are bar gain barometers. Keep your weather eye open. It will pay. Finest assortment of men's and boys' new style caps at Greengards clothing and shoe store. Dear me who shall I get to put up my shades Johnsgaard puts up shades without any extra charge. A. G. Burr and Rev. W. N. Gillis are in Minto this week at the meeting of the Presbyterian synod. Mrs. Olson, a sister of John andOle Crogen, went to Starbuck on Monday to visit for a few weeks. Rev. C. E White is in Fargo at tending the conference of the M. E. church. Who said chicken The reader's attention is directed to the full page ad. of T. F. Woods' De partment store in this issue. Mrs. Chas. Deputy and little daughter came down from Westhope on Monday to visit friends here. The Minot Business College fall term opens October 2nd. Two months tuition free. Send for catalogue. W. D. Beery has spent a couple of days this week attending to business maters in the vicinity of Dunseith. Supt. P. E. Christenson is working hard to visit all the schools during this term. It has grown to be a big task. Miss Anna Hanson returned the first of the week from Mohall, having closed a successful term of school near there. Dr. O. B. Lundy has commenced the erection of a fine dweling house on his lots directly west of the court house. Messrs. Woodhall and Nobles are moving their pool room into the Dana building two doors south of The Cour ant building. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gibson returned to Westhope on Monday evening after a shore visit at the Kalbfieisch home here. John W. Caldwell, now located at Mountain Home, Idaho, is in the city this week, looking after his business interests here. The puzzling question now a days, what shall we put on our floor for the winter? See Johnsgaard's new meth od of selling carpets. Phone your orders for groceries, fancy or staple to the Ertresvaag Co. store. Phone No. 70. You will get satisfaction every time. Miss Louise Stewart, returned last Saturday from a visit at Minot and will leave again tomorrow to reside on her claim in Ward county. Attorney Goldschmidt, of West hpe. was here this week assisting States Attorney Bowen and made the welkin ring with his oratory. John O. Ness is advertising in the Lansford Times asking anyone who has paid interest to exceed 12 per cent per annum to furnish him with proofs. Potatoes Wanted. The Ertresvaag Co. want all the potatoes they can get—at least 2,000 or 3,000 bushels on Monday and Tuesday of next week Oct. 16th and 17th. Archie Fiulayson left on Monday morning for Minneapolis to close a deal for a tract of timber. He expects to visit here for a short time before returning to Calgary. G. L. Turner, accompanied by his mother, left on Saturday of last week for Devils Lake where he will visit for a short time before returning to his home in Butte, Mont. Boys' knee suits, the kind that wears in two and three piece, "all ages at Greengards. Sept.29tf. Mrs. George Houle, of Lordsburg, who has been ailing for some time, submitted to an operation on Monday. Drs. Stewart of Omemee and Thyng of Willow were in attendance. Mrs. G. H. Dale left last Saturday to visit her parents at Hillsboro.N. D. She was accompanied by Miss Clara Potterud who has been teaching in the school three miles east of the city. ,* We understand that on November 3rd and 4th a teachers' institute will be held in Willow City. The presi dent of trie Valley City Normal school will be present and deliver an address. The plate glass front for Mcintosh Bros, new store has been put in place and the carpenters are busily engaged finishing the interior of the building. It will soon be ready for occupancy. Mr. Chas. Wright,and his sons Hor ace and Edgar, left on Monday for Kuskenook, B. C. after spending a week at the Maple Grove Farm. Mr. Wright is a brother-in-law of Mr. James Haskett. Next week H. O. Sheldon will move his jewelry store into the building just vacated by Woodhall and Nobles and the Bottineau National Bank will occupy Sheldon's old stand. That's moving some. Your attention is called to the ad. of Ertresvaag Co. in this issue. Joseph Hocking, formerly with the Westnope Standard, is now employed on the News staff, He was unfortun ate enough this week to get his fingers caught in a job press. It is a painful injury but not serious. Duck hunters report good success at Mouse river. Ben Brown and J. E. Haskett bagged one hundred and fifty during a recent hunt. We have tried the flavor of a half dozen of them and they are certainly worth the while. For wall paper see Johnsgaard- the furniture man. Mrs. H. O.. Sheldon is expected home from a visit at Alexandria, Minn., tomorrow evening. Harry has a nice little surprise awaiting her, having moved his household goods to a different location during her absence. W. H. Day, superintendent Of the Imperial Elevator company went'over land today to Crosby, N. Dak. where he has a farm. Mr. Day will erect some new buildings. Mrs. Day and little Margaret will return here about Dec 1 lo spend the winter months. We have secured the agency for Lowneys Famous Chocolates, try them at Kilbourn's. J. C. Gorder, brother of C. G. Gor der and a cousin of J. L. Gorder, both well known here, accompanied by his wife and son returned to hi 3 home in Starbuck, Minn, on Monday after a visit of a month's duration here and with another brother living in Eids vold township. Mr. H. R. Henderson, representing the Perfect Pantry Co. .is in the city this week and is exhibiting ah inno vation in the line of kitchen cabinets at A. Berthiaume's office. We have been invited to inspect this house keeper's friend and expect to avail ourselves of the opportunity, It is very highly recommended. Nothing further has been heard in regard to the ownership of the two horses found dead in the mountains north of town and the affair is still a mystery. John T. Dinwoodie told us today that he had. seen the animals and that both had been shot through the heart. It was evidently a piece of spite work. But where is the owner Fur coats, Fur collars and Fur gloves at Greengards Clothing and Shoe store. F. B. Nickerson and his little son, Bert, of Garden City, Minn., arrived here last Saturday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Nickerson. After looking over tne country pretty thor oughly Mr. Nickerson returned home today. He is highly pleased with Bottineau county and is so favorably impressed with the quality of our soil that he will likely invest in real estate here. Report of Bottineau School No. 6. for month ending Friday October 6. School opened Monday, September 11th. Albert Eugene Bowen Jr. Teacher. No. of pupils enrolled 14. Cases of tardiness 3. Cases of absence 8. Pup ils not absent for month are: Celia Backberg, Esther Backberg,Ruth Back berg, Gladys McKay, Gordon McKay, Freddie Stover, Myrtle Stover, Nellie Stover. Chris X. Hanson and wife drove to he mountains last Sunday and when near Kennedy's lake Chris got out to shoot some ducks. When he got sev eral rods from the rig the team start ed and ran away without any ap parent reason. Mrs. Hanson was thrown to the ground and severely bruised but escaped without serious injuries. 'Ihe team was found tangled up in a brush heap and were not injured. The horses were quiet ones and no explanation can be given of the cause of the run away. We omitted to mention last week the death of Peter McDonald, a well known farmer in the vicinity of Sour is. His death occurred on, Sunday, Oct. 1 in the hospital at Grand Forks and was due to stomach, and liver trouble. Deceased was thirty-two years old and has resided in this coun ty for twelve years. He was unmar ried. His brother Alex. McDonald recently came to Souris. Three cous ins, Donald, Colin and John McDon ald, are old residents of this county. A mother, six brothers and two sisters mourn his loss. The remains were shipped to the old home in Kincar dine, Ontario, for interment Amusements Bookings for a Week THE MISSOURI GIRL. A plain story of plain people plainly told is the r«al heart of literature and a play founded upon such a subject must, of necessity, contain the heart interest that is the desideratum of the Playwright. Mr. Fred Raymond has embodied in his beautiful story of "The Miss ouri Girl" that essential element, and an evening spent at the theatre. -Witnessipg this play is as beneficial las it is entertaining. It is a true story of the simple people who inhabit that region of Missouri where the Oz ark Mountains rear their wooded heads. It is most naturally told and each act of the play is generously equipped with all the special sceneery that can be utilized. This play will be seen at the Opera House, Tuesday, October 17th. The Polmatier Sisters concert com pany will appear at the opera house in Bottineau on the evening of October 23rd. under the auspices of the A. F. and A. M. lodge. This company is re ceiving many press comments in their tour through this section and is a high grade attraction. The Daily Demo crat, Cartage, Mo. says of the com pany: "The Polmatier Sisters Conceit Orchestra could be heard again and again with pusitive delight and the Chautauqua management is to be com plimented upon bringing so high class an attraction to cultured Carthage. The Elks, under whose patronage the Polmatier Sisters played here merit the thanks of all for having brought this suberb attraction.—Daily Courier, Wfnfifeld, Kansas. Opera House, Oct. 23rd, under auspices of the A. F. and A. M. The entertainment throughout given by the Polmatier Sisters was highly enjoyable and the people expressed a sincere sentiment to the Knights of Pythias for bringing this organiza tion to this city.—Daily Republican, Mitchell, So. Dakota. At Opera House, Oct. 23rd. under auspices of the A. F. and A. M. Business Local 1 Advertisements under this Heading Five Cents per line Florsheim shoes at Greengards. Flittie loans on the best terms, tf McBain & Maynard's for bargains. Get a Happy Thought at at the P.O. Confectionery. (m 19tf) Wanted at once—Apprentices at T. F. Woods' Millinery Department. S15 tf Everything new in gents' furnish ings at McBain & Maynard's. Send for Minot Business College catalogue. 18—6 Hard and Soft coal at the Imperial Yard. Best grade and quick delivery. Girl Wanted—For general house work. Apply to Mrs. A. G. Burr. Before you sell your farm see James McCabe at the First National Bank. (June 23tf.) The finest line of staple and fancy groceries at Ertresvaag Co. score. Or ders delivered. Just received a large consignment of late popular music at wholesale prices, at Kilbourn's. FOR SALE Two coal stoves, two book-cases and one folding bed. Ap ply to H. O. Sheldon, the jeweler. 14 More clothing, gents' furnishings, etc., arriving each day at McBain & Maynard's up-to-date store on Thomp son street. S15tf. Complete courses at Concordia Col lege, Moorhead, Minn., in Vocal and Instrumental music at very moderate charges. Write for catalogue. Just Keep Your ODeather E^e Open For our big ad. next week when a "Feast Of Bargains" will be announced. In the meantime you can get good Values for /our money at our Store. W e a e e e a i n e n s O u i e s DON'T FORGET IT- McBAIN & MAYNARD, BOTTINEAU, N. D. When you want to sell your farm, insure your life or property, buy, rent or sell city property—call on iaume and McArtbur, one door north of MacKay's Drug store. It makes no difference how long you have been sick, if you are troubl ed with indigestion, constipation, liv er and kidney troubles, Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well. 35 cents. T. Sims. Three houses and seventeen lots on Sinclair street that I will sell for cash or on time or I will trade for horses, cattle or land—anyvvaj' to make a deal. Come and see me and buy yourself a home. (Mar 10 tf) —A. Berthiaume. Collars, shirts, and ties the best kind—McBain & Maynard's. Fine Minorca pullets and cockerels for sale or exchange. C. L. Kane, Russell, N. D. (N 6 tf) Two good rooms for rent on the second floor of the Ertresvaag building. Suitable for offices. Inquire of Ertres vaag Co. June 30tf. The Churches Presbyterian Services. Preaching service at 11 a. ra. Sabbath School at 12:15 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Song and preaching service at 7:30. Wednesday evening prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m., followed by Sabbath School Teacher's meeting at 8:30. You are invited to these services. They are for you. Come. Sat, Oct. 15, 1905. Subjects,. Morning. "Autumn Thoughts.'' Evening. "The passing of the summer and the harvest.'' C. E. Topic. "Better work our Society should do.'' Methodist Episcopal Church. Owing to the pastor's absence, there will be no services at the M. E. church next Sunday except Sunday school at the usual hour. The E. Ladies Aid society will meet at the residence of Mrs. J. A. Cole on Friday afternoon, October 20. Every member is earnestly requested to be present as there is important busi ness to transact. L- Berth-|Carpets I Made New I SMALL CHANGE The expert carpet cleaner removes dust, grease and fruit stains without remov- ing the carpet. Also steam cleaning, sponging, dyeing and pressing of ladies and gents garments. All work guaranteed—Satis- faction or no pay. H. Michels Bottineau, N. D. Leave orders upstairs over McNett's pool room. •fr f» «fr 4» HELLOUGH. Now all by these presents may nough. We are sadly in need of the dough. Delinquents why are you so slough This bank always keeps on band a large supply of silver. Whenever you are in need of small change don't hesitate to bring your bills. This bank is not a dispenser of charity, nor a circle of mercy, but is always glad to serve the public. We Solicit Your Business Interest paid on time deposits Farm loans made—farmB boutrnt and sold Drafts and money orders sold payable anywhere in the world THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BOTTINEAU Come right in and pay what you ough. Try our Smokeless coal for a short time. Same price as Hocking. Imper ial Lumber Yard. Perfect fitting suits and overcoats and plenty styles to select fioin at Greengards. Red School house shoes and Seiz Liberty Bell shoes for boys and girls at Greengards. Union suits in various qualities at Greengards Clothing and Shoe store. Men's and boys' fleece lined under wear at Greengards Clothing and Sho# store. Fred Raymond's famous comedy will appear at Opera House Tuesday, Oc tober 17th. Among the many plays which have been seen by theater-go ers few have ever attained the popu larity of "The Missouri Girl." The name of Fred Raymond is a household word and any attraction exploited by him is sure to be well received, hav ing the prestage of previous successes behind.