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.BOWBELLS, N. D., ON FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK
UY TllOS. |{. Ill'KLY.
Knterod nt tho pontollico in Howbolls, N. D.,
.Iiui. 25, l'.MM), ns socoiul-olnns mutter.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET
For 1'residont.—
WM. MoKlNLEY, of Ohio.
For Vice President—
THKO. KOOSEVELT, of Now York.
STATU TICKET.
Presidential Electors—
t\ M. JOHNSON, Hichliuul.
A.M. TOKTHAUKN, Nelson.
(1. 0.,WUI„U'H, Mcintosh.
OouiiresH—
TllOS. F. MABSliALL, Dickey.
Supremo Judjie—
IX E. MORGAN, Kmnsey.
Governor—
F.U. FANCHE1?, Stutsman.
Lieutenmit (Jovernor—
Fit AN K WHITE, Barnes.
Treasurer—
D. H. MCMILLAN, Cnvnlier.
Attorney General—
O. D. COMSTOCK, Benson.
Auditor—
A. N. OAiBLBLOM, Satjimit.
State SnpetinUfciUmt—
J. M. DEVINK, LaMoure.
Secretary of State—
E. F. I'ORTKlt. Foster.
•.Commissioner of Insurance—
FKEI) LEl'TZ, Morton.
I'omniissioner of Agriculture—
H. ,1. TURNER, Stark.
Railroad Commissioners—
.1. F. SHEA. Riehland.
l\ D. l.OKl), Towner.
J. J. YOUNCTBLOOD, Wells.
COUNTY TICKET.
State Senator—
MARTIN JACOBSON.
Representative—
E. C. PALMER.
Sheriff—
W. J. CARROLL.
Treasurer—
.TAMES H. SCOFIELD.
Clerk of Court—
JOHN LYNCH.
County Auditor—
L. A. LAUSON.
States Attorney—
JAMES JOHNSON.
County SuiH-riiiltMuient—
C. A. JOHNSON.
Register of Deeds—
ROBERT JOHNSON.
Assessor—
R. W. DAVIDSON.
County udce—
WM. MURRAY.
Coroner—
E. A. CROKAT.
Surveyor—
L. M. DAVIS.
Women's Brains.
Certain fundamental differences of
character seem to exist between men
and women, and "the lord of creation"
—as he sometimes calls himself—is apt
to ascribe them to the brain. This
theory, he feels-, carries with It the
privilege of monopolising the morning
paper, and of answering with an air
cf authority questions of which he
knows quite as little as his wife. An
iftgUsh scientist, Alexander Suther
land, has studied this problem in its
physiological aspects, and his conclu
sions are interesting to men and wo
men alike. From a comparison of
trustworthy statistics, it appears that
the brain of the average man is about
one-tenth larger than that of the aver
age woman but on the other hand. If
the ratio between the slie of brain and
body be. taken into consideration,
man's brain comes out second best
Happily, however, male intelligence
has a loophole of escape from the nat
ural inference from this fact The
smaller animal always has the larger
proportional brain. A cat has more
brain in proportion to its site than an
elephant and a baby's brain Is five
times the relative siie of its father's.
Woman has, however, other lines of
defense. All mental activity finds its
origin in the thia outer layer or cortex
of the brain. On every square inch
there are some tea millions of minute
cells, the instruments of mental en
•ergy. Might not a more just compari
son be based on a consideration of
these cells? Perhaps, but no observer
has yet shown that sex makes any dif
ference in the number, development or
vital energy of these brain elements.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior. United States
Land Oflkv. Minor. X. D„ Anc. 15.19CU.
A sufficient cornet affidavit Saving Ivesi
filed in this of doe by Marians Pwersan. con
testant. «£&iust homestead entry No. 131S.
made Jnue 1,, for quarter
section 3.V. township 10*1. range SC. by Gust
Oorisau. contests, in which it is alleged
that said Gust Carlson has T- holSy abandoned
said two{ of l&ud for moiv th&u six
jnst prior to the filitip of this contest the
fiict is he never did establish a residence on
this tract and never did any vatusale. im
ivrovements there of any kipd. avsd tha said
»h*a^ was not dae to his employment in
the United States anny or navv dorms the
war with S(\-un or any xrsr in wHk5ithe
I'aiUxt States «*s or is Said par
lies are hereby notified to apjvar. r»^vjad
and offer evidence toachiiyr said allegation
at ll o'clock a. m. on NOT. si. laoo.
TVIOK
the Register and Receiver at the Vnit««3
States iiutd Office in Miaot. X. I).
The said contestant havins:, in a proper
affidavit filed August II. ist), forth
facts which show that after due diUgesce
Hersoc*l .wrkv of this notice cannot be
made, it is herehy orviesvd and directed thai
sueh notice be civ--® hy vioe aad p«b
lic*:ioa. Tmut-VS E.
OLSGASB.primer
Land Office at X. D.. Sept. i^iav
Xosice i* Iwthv cir#a that U*. tuBnri^v
nasKst settler has of
usafcr t-«sia«Katio» £o»l rxw{ sa sspfnrt «f hV
awt that s*iJ will K- rsjate Mm
M. J. Btmit. I". S. r«cjss.Ho» w Satk
at Joha Stiipfour.s oTve is feaMif
X. XL SoMtohff H, 3SK«\ rj:
t'YRt'S l\ WILLIAMS,
Hvwtrad rai'.ry ftit-, scvsthvte**,
WWiMi 3*. MS. r*r.cf *8.
Be «E» the f»-!kvrirtc viisesaas to mn
Ms«*sn iBav»«s ctv* and wi-ifitio.
of s*id l«»i. vis: WtUi&rs IHhrortb,G«wip» A.
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JOIN SWX«. AIS
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T«C(1timut.
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ChnWrlaiiSi fWjrii Ke«ejr a Grmt
FatarilN
IV AMfiun and heattK? piwperties at
tk» remedy, ns i^Msutt
i law road* it a jwst f*TO*ite wsti
stwprt*1™. It is' iriMd
mIIk-xs of stnall chtklre-a for oofcis,
«|W|i«Ml iln^snj n)#. it always af
fords lyrit): Pflitf, s«d as it n»tatW! tx
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CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of tho Interior, United States
Lund Office, Minot, N. I)., Sept. 22,1U00.—
A Bufflcicnt contest: affidavit having been
filed in thia offlco liy Edwin O. Steolnian,
contestant, aKiiinst, Joseph. Carlson, home
stead entry No. 12%, made .lune 14, 1808,
for the southeast smarter of section 32,
township 103, rnnce !H). by Joseph Carlson,
contesteo, in which it is alleged that said
•Joseph Carlson has mado no improvements
upon said tract, from date of his illint to the
present, tune: that said tract is in a perfect,
state of nature that said Joseph Carlson
lias never resided on said tract, but lias
abandoned the same, and that all said fail
ures still esist, that said alleged absence
is not caused by his employment in the
army, navy or marine corps of tho United
States as a private soldier, officer, seaman
or marine during the war with Spain or
in any other war in which tho United States
may bo en^aned: and, further, contestant
(name unknownl, having commenced con
test in April last, is' not acting in ^ood faith
in "prosecuting his first contest against above
described tract.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching said al
legation at 10 o'clock a. m. on December 1,
ItfOO. before James \V. Briggs, a notary
public for North Dakota, lit his office in
Bowbells, Ward county, North Dakota,
and that final hearing will be held at 10
o'clock a. in. on Dee. 8, 1900, before the
Register and Receiver of the I. nited States
Land Office at Minot. North Dakota.
THOMAS E. OLSGARB, Register.
JOHN SHIWAM, Att'y for Contestant. 4TT-W
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of tho Interior, United States
littnd Office, Miuot, N. D., Aug. 30, HRX).—
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
tiled in this offlco by Christian Christian
son, contestant, against homestead entry
No. 475, made April 10, 18!7, for the
southwest quarter section 15, township ltU,
range 8t». by 01 Thompson, eontestee, in
which
it is alleged that the said Olf Thomp
son has wholly abandoned his said home
stead and changed his residence therefrom
for more than six months since making
said entry and next prior to this date, name
ly. April 10. 15*00 that he has never estab
lished a residence theveou, but that the same
is wholly abandoned and unimproved, and
that said alleged absence from said land was
uot due to his employment in the army, navy
or marine corps of the United States as a pri
vate soldier, officer, seaman or marine dur
ing the war with Spain or during any other
war in which the United States may le en
gaged, and the said parties are hereby
notified to appear, respond and otfer evi
dence toucluug said allegation at 10 o'clock
a. m. on Nov. 12, 1900. before John Ship
pam. a notary public for Ward county, N.
D., at his office in Bowbells, X. D.. and that
final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. vu.
on Nov. 19.1SHXI, before the Register and Re
ceiver at the United States Land Office in
Minot. N. D.
The said contestant having, in a proper
affidavit, filed April 10, 1!HX\ set forth
facts which show that after due diligence
personal service of this notice can not be
made, it is hereby ordered and directed
that snch notice In given by due and proper
publication.
44-47 THOMAS E. OLSGASD, Register.
CONTEST NO i ICE.
Department of the Interior, United States
Laud Office, Minot, N. D., Aug. S, WOO.—
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed in this office by Pit M. Larson, con-,
test ant, against homestead entry No. 7."4.
made Nov. 5. 1897. for the northwest quar
ter of section 7. township 100. range St*,
by Frank O. Ryden, eontestee, in which it is
alleged that Frank O. Ryden has wholly
abandoned said tract of land since date of
his filing said entry, has not established his
r\«idenee thereon, does not now re
side on said land and is yet abandon
ing the same, and that said alleged
absence from the said land was not
due to his employment in the anny, navy or
marine corps of the United States as a
private soldier, officer, seaman or marine
during the war with Spain or dr.ringan
other war in which the United States may
be engaged. Said parties are hereby noti
fied to appear, respond and offer evidence
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m.
on Nov. li. 1W0, before James D. Lands
borough. notary pnblie. at Bowbeils, Ward
county. N. D.. mid that final hearing will !e
held at 10 o'clock a. ni. on Nov. 13,1!X»,
before the Register and Receiver of the
United States Limd Office at Minot, North
Dakota.
The said contestant having, in a proper
affidavit, filed uly 33, 19C0, set forth
facts which show that after due dili
gence personal service of this notice cannot
W made, it is hereby ordered and directed
that such notice be given by dne and
proper publication.
THOMAS E. OL^GASU. Register.
ASXXSL. HAXSOOM. Receiver.
A. W. Movirs, Bowbells, N. D., Attorney
for Contestant. 44-47
CONTEST NOTICE.
Deiwnnent of the Interior, United States
Land Oitioo, M-.uot, X. D, Sept. tv 1RX1,—
A snfticient eontost affidavit havins been
filed in this office by Charles Carlson,
contestant, a£&inst homestead entry JCo. i
514. made May 14. 1SST, fbr the southwest i
quarter of section in tovmship 161, range
by Theodore Johnson, eontestee. in which
it is alleged that Theodore Johnson has
wholly shandoned ssid tract of le.nd since
matins: ssid entry, has not erected a habit
able dwelling or any other structure thereon,
has never resided on said !&nd, does not now
reside thereon sad is yet nhando&ing
the s«.tne. and thst said alleged absence
front the said land was not doe to his
employment in the anny, navy or marine
corps of tho United States as a private sol
dier. office?, seaman or marine during the war
with Sjsun or dnrlnjj any other war in which
the United States taxy be engaged. Said
parties are htrehy aotifi^J to appear, se
|ond and offer evidence touching said al
lepsthji at 10 o'c'oci a. tn. on Xov. 35.19Q(J,
before Jaaess? D- Lands oroush, notary
public, at Bowbells, VT*rd coianty. X. D.,
and that £nal he&rins will be held at- 10
o'eloci a. tn. on Sov. S, ISOft. before the
Ke^tster and Receiver of the United Steies
Lsrd Office at Jliaoi. Xorih Dakota.-
The said contes&snt having, in a proper
affidavit. Sled Sept. & 1905. set forth facts
which show thst after dne diliseac« personal
service of this Mftce can not be in&do, it is
hereby ordered aad ditwtedi that saach no.
tacebesivem by due and proper pvbboataon.
Asxrs L. HAXSCOJI. Keoeiver.
A. \V. Motns, Bowbells, X. D., Attorney
for Contestant. 1U9
Mottet
Kesnster.
JAJOSS Joaxsus. Att'y few Cbtestaat. 4J-T
Notice for Publication.
Laad Office at 35ao«, X. li-. S?ja. «.
»aa.
Snk» is bsrefey fiw» that the fo&nro^
anwd«enlrr has notice sf his tntentaae
u cub tnmsntstND final ptwf in sq^uit of
his claim. that ssid iRoof will be made be*
5w M. J. Buntt.
r.
last long.
S. Civssissxner for
X«t4b Dakota, at airaias's aScc at
Bowbeils, N. ft.
OO
NOT. M. IA.^. vis
CHARLES F. RANDALL.
HKB*s**ad eanr^o-fiS. or the sectheast^t
rf s««tioe towwhip i«, raissif!».
He alan tjw MleffiS* ntnssw to ptove
Vi« (wtis^rasnsMiac? ipcst and cshiiatiea
-»f said larnd. vis: (lictoB Pwsonett, Man
Tjesh. Jobs Cnhv Sjhwiec JlTssaaser, all of
Bowfcclls P.O_WuJ ocsntyv D.
Tboxjus £. Oueitio. Stseiw.
Jo*x SAIFTXM. AIKMWJ1*t'hiauit.
HatiN for P»Wif»ti«n
l»d Office at JKnot, S. I„ Sept.
S. WflR.
S,«i« is hwsts civea that th» Mkmis
«nwd settle? has f.W aT his nUaUtc
'to stake ccKCSKrtattoe tmal piwt in sappon of
Ut dtiK. that ssKt proof will be atdr
II. J. R»n«t. Uait«d &t.ata$ t«*a-
aasioMt fotStsti ftttei*. at Wa ShinumV
6ec is N. IK.«a Siamatxf 10, l*V
«ST cawsksob LASSDN.
ShoMMi entry So. tor imtitiwt
•if section^. t«[email protected] t&.
Be ntiTwn the Miosisss littassss to j»w» his
sabtMHKWiS n«id. sw (turn *oH rahivxtina «1
«ed had, tit: Rasaias O. Jemser.. t^csrLicj
mist. XVta RacKwt. tlaaNMi, all oii
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Tbomas
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BOWBELLS, N. D.
ALF. BEAU...
A^ent for Alfred Peats* Wall Paper
I offer my entire stock of men's and boys'
suits for less than cost, to make room for my
fall stock:
Men's light suits,
Men's dark suits,
Boys'suits, 3 to'7 years,
8 to 19 years,
Men's hats,
Boys hats,
$3.00 to $ 7.00
6.00 to 10.00
1.25 to 3.00
1.50 to 4.00
.50 to 2.00
.40
Come at once for these prices will not
O.H.JOHNSON.
THE PIONEER STORE
H. C. BLENKNERS PROPRIETOR
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, Clothing,
Flour and Feed, Etc.
Before buying" oive me a. cull aud I will convince you that THE
PIONEER STORE is the rio-ht place to do
My goods are all fresh and of best quality.
A Howling Success!
That's what our business has been here
from the start, and it is getting better right
along. There can be but one reason for this.
It is because the people want the best lumber,
but at the same time don't want to pay fancy
prices for it. We go by the rule that one dis
satisfied customer will do more harm than the
loss of a dozen sales. Our customers get
satisfaction, no matter what the cost
Puntmj, Staining
Hardwood Pnushm^
Glanng, Etc
CEMENTICO AND
ALABASTINE WORK MO
XALSQNtNING
Twenty^ive Years Experience
BOWBELLS,
3*0111-
SMITH & ROGERS J.0MBER CO.
Meals at all hours served prompdy
Fruits, CQfifectiwtf!, Tatecsss aid Cigars
6aitn Staff Fitsk Ewj Hay
H. A. SMART, Proprietor
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS AT THE
RATES S1.5Q PER DAY
Open Day and Night
Special Rates for Land-Seekers
First-Class Meab
JOHN LESH, Proprietor BOWBELLS, NORTH DAKOTA
N.
D.
trading.
H. C. Blenkner
HORSES!
I wilf hate horses on sale at my
Ranch 12 miles southwest of Bow
bells from now on. Intending pur
chasers should make it a point to
see ray bunch.
22-tf CHAS. CLARK
Stoves
Tinware
Guns
Bicycles
-DEALERS IN-
Now is the time for
We handle plows from the largest and b£st
Plow Factories in the world.
The Rock Island Plow
Manufactured at Rock Island, and
The John Deere Plow
Manufactured at Moline, 111.
We have a large stock and must be lowered.
Now is the time you need plows and now
is the time you get satisfactory prices
Call early at Headquarters for Machinery of all
kinds and avoid the rush.
Bowbells,
HAMILTON & COREY
-DEALERS IN-
Hardware, Harness, Undertaking Goods
all Styles and Sires for JL TheGenaineallbearthis
£ieri Kind of Fuel. A\ Trade-Mark. Beware
Undertaking a Specialty.
STOVE
BOW^LLS. NORTH DAKOTA
mi Coal
IV.
I
HAMILTON & COREY
CITY DRUG STORE
C. E. KRUEGER, Proprietor
A new and complete line of Drugs, Patent
Medicines, Toilet Articles Cigars,
Stationery, Etc.
PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPEF^
Prescriptions, carefully compounded
To the Trade!
1 have just received a large assortment of
iS&lSAVttS
At all prioett, and jyua ran teed for juod baking and ffood draft.
The HITh HO i BLAST 11LATKU is the Invst and cheapest- heater
the market. Also have the DAKOTA HOT liLAST l|EATER,
which has a^h pan. A full line of other hardware in eoiineetion
with a GENERAL STOCK OF .MKIU'HANMSE. Cull and see
befure liuvius elsewhere. y
D.
Faints
Oils
and
Varnishes!
O
JENS PETERSON
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