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117IIV CAW riU\T
A. S. Blakey,
Minot, N. D.
Mrs. McAneny of Ross is repor
ted to be seriously ill.
Van R. Brown, the state's
attorney of Williams county,
transacted business in Minot last
Miss Kincannon an expert
miiliuer from Seattle, has
accepted a position with the Le
land Department store.
A. Y. Swanson returned from
Montana with a car load of
good work hoi*ses which he has
for sale on his farm northeast of
H. MareaUj the Wayne fanner
reports farming quite general
out of his way. He broke some
and reports the ground turning
J. K. Schoening, the Hose mer
chant, was taken very ill a few
days ago and his wife who was
visiting in Minot, was sent for
*. MOONEY, CHAMPIHE & JOHNSTON,
Investment Bankers, with offices over
the Postoffice. Can make you a
farm loan on short mtice, at any time,
at the lowest rate of interest. They
also make final proofs, having had
twenty years' experience in land office
on them or write to them in
case you need some money.
Many horses in the the country
have t.iie distepiper. A bad time
of the year for horses to become
so effected, as they are always
ruu down for spring work.
(). E. McGuire who has juggled
lumber in this city for three years,
will go to his farm in a few days.
He has eleven fine milch cows
and four good horses to begin
the battle with.
A. Ronixsox: "Is it to early
to sow grain? Of coarse. We
will get a spell of cold weather
yet and the grain will rot. The
farmer is out his jrrain and time.
Wait a little longer.
A. V. Swanson. Leslie It. Car
roll, and S. S. Richardson, coun
ty commissioners spent Friday
in the dry checking up the books
in the offices of the state's attor
ney. public administrator and
C. K. Braukh: '"I am planning
on erecting a fine building south
of Le Sueur's building but will
wait till some provision has been
made for sewerage. I have been
Offered $4,500 for my lot, but
Dr. M. H. S chol/berg
is now permanently lo
cated in Minot with
offices over the Post
office..- Phone 56.
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A E S O A E E
when you are not certain that your crop will n»t bo a failure. Isn't itbi
If II I ^11 fV IIKAIIi to go to little trouble and expense of securing formaldehyde and'treating
your seed wheat, oats and flax before sowing?
I took particular pains to secure the best formaldehyde to be obtained on the market
and, to be sure that 1 had the clear article, I sent a specimen to Prof. Ladd. the state
chemist, and this is the reply I received:
Agricultural College, N. D.
March 1, 1905.
The sample of formaldehyde submitted by you for
v••• examination, has been analyzed and found to con
of formaldehyde. This is therefore a
product of exceptionally good strength.
E. P. Ladd.
Each bottle bears a label instructing as to the use of the formaldehyde.
Buy it at Blakey's and be sure you get the best.
A. S. BLAKEY, Druggist, MINOT. N. D.
A. P. Slocum is now occupying
his new palatial residence.
D. A. Dinnie and wife returned
Snnday from Hot Springs, Ark.,
where they spent several weeks.
Mr. Dinnie repots that James
Scofield has been ill at the
Springs, suffering from the grip,
but is better.
There is to be an auction sale
of Pure-Blooded Hereford cattle
at Valley City N. D. on Wed.
March loth. Those interested
should write Geo. E. McEataron
Huron S. D. for a catalogue.
Dr. M. H. Scholberg
is now permanently lo
cated in Minot with
offices over the Post
office. Phone 56.
The bill providing for the build
ing of the 1200 foot bridge ae
cross tde Des Lacs lake east
N. W Lewis: "I
Dowbells, has Von knocked out.
on account of the unconstitution
ality of the same. The state has
no power to order this bridge
built, except by a vote of two
thirds of the voters.
at Sherwood last week and don It
you know that is the finest little
town? I especialy like the bank
ers of that place. I thought
sone of locating at Sherwood
when I came to Minot, but if I
had, would have found it hard
selecting which bank I should
have done businesss with."
The prettiest girls, the greatest
comedians, the West singers are
with the "The Gay Matinee Girl"
the show that had a run one hun
dred and |pn nights in New York
and two months in Boston. This
is the original company and
never again will 5 ou have an op
portunity of witnessing an at
traction of this magnitude in
this city, March 10.
coine in from the Missouri, 80
miles south of White Earth. I
have been living along the river
with my son in solid comfort the
past winter. I trapped six
wolves, four big wildcats, weigh
ing 50 pounds
more, a lot of
mink and some other'game. My
son gob four wolves. We had all
the deer we wanted to eat—in sea
son. 1 am seventy-three years
old and lived in Michigan all of
life, and can say that 1 am more
contented here than I was ever
before in inv life."
We are in the field to buy some
cheap farms. We also loan money on
farm lands, and can give the partial
payment privilege if desired. We
would like to make your proofs and
conduct your contest cases, as we have
had many years experience at this sort
of work. Write to us or call on us.
Offices over the new Postoffice.
MOONEY, CHAMPIHE & JOHNSTON,
Palda & Burke
"The Gay Matinee Girl" which
is the title of the attraction to
seen at the opera house Friday
March 10, can truthfully be
termed very quintessence of fun.
Unlike most musical comedies it
has a plot, and this is the main
responsible for the many ludi
crous mishaps and complications
that round out two hours and a
half of genuine merriment, the
company that will present this
operatic comedy, is the original
company from the Casino theatre
in New York. "The Gay Matinee
Girl" is a merry madcap concoc
tion of hilarity, and as such leads
the world in laughter, the aud
ience has yet to be met with
that lias not been captivated
and convulsed by this incompa
rable play and its many special
features, each a paragon in itself.
ON FARMER'S DAY
A special discount
of 25 per cent on all
Stock Food and Veter
inary Medicine at Bla
key* Drug Store. On
all Salves and Oint
ments a special dis
count of 25 per cent
given on Farmer's Day.
I you cannot eat, sleep or work, feel
mean, cross and ugiv, take Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea this month. A
tonic for the sick. There is no remedy
equal to it. i~ cents, Tea or Tablets.
A. 8. BI.akiy.
When Vou get the notion re=
Liquor Cure Institute
WE ARE MAKIX(i SOME
•WONDKRFrL CURES OF THE
Come to our institution and it" we
don't do as We agree or claim to
do. you can return home with your
money refunded and we will pay
your fare both ways.
WE TREAT ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
The building is equipped with Hath
Parlors and our Prof. Ford is able
to give you any bath your system
requires". The liquor patients have
free excess to these baths at no ex
tra charge, flOO and three weeks
of your time is all that is required
for the liquor cure. Write for
Si! 1 Write FARM and' 'CITY INSURANCE in the "BESf COMPANIES
It Tests Right
has. Pike was harrowing
J. P. Bailey piowred stubbles
Sam Overshine papered his
R0 0 Iv STO X, MINX.
Cor. nth and Rice Stn.
NO BONUS NO COMMISSION
REAL SSTATB BOUGHT AINI SOLD
1 -I Ab&iracts Made oh Personal Property ir»*4^$Vardf County
Seed Time Will Soon be Here!
The careful farmer (and the careful
farmer is always the successful farmer]
will treat his seed With Formaldehyde.
We are prepared to furnish
That is right in every way
GIVE US A CALL BEFORE BUYING.'
W. B. HAWLEY
MINOT, N, DAK.
We found the North Dakota
all well and enjoying.-..the
pleasures of Hot Springs to the
fullest extent. A lso met. r. Jim
Scofield. He is real well and
having a good time.
One big attraction for me here
lias been the faces. I have at
tended them every day, and en
joyed them very much. They
certainly have one of the finest
Opera HoiTse Block
MINOI^ N. D.
the Price is Right.
THE FAR SOUTH
HoT*Sri£iN:i,AiiK.. Feb. 2f 1905.
Ward County Independent,
Minot. North Dakota
Gentlemen:—On the Sth.inst..
Mrs. Dinnie and myself left Mi
not for Hot Springs. We had a
very pleasant trip, and while we
saw some very fine country and
some beautiful scenery, we also
saw very poor country. We
were very much disappointed on
our arrival here to find snow on
the ground, and the weather
cold and disagreeable. But we
have nothing to complain of now.
as we have the finest kind of
summer weather. Everyone is
out enjoying the sunshine with
out wraps on. Hot Springs is a
beautiful little city, and certain
ly a fine place for anyone to
come to for enjoyment, and also
for health but I would not
trade Minot for half a. dozen
places like ilot Springs.
racing tracks in the world. The
Grand Stand is enclosed in glass,
and steam heated all running
races, and they have very fine
horses, good jockeys, and ever
thing runs as smooth as clock
This morning we had something
to mar our pleasure. A fearful
fire started about and with
a fierce wind blowing the fire de
partment were unable to do any
thing only to rescue the people
and save them for being burned.
The fire burned rapidly and swept
everything in its way until it had
burned about twenty--five blocks.
Under separate cover 1 will send
you the paper, and you can see
for youself what a terrible thing
it is. About 10,000 people Mt
homeless. The Park Hotel was
for a time in danger, but for
tunately the wind changed and
the hotel saved.
From here we will expect to go
to New Orleans, and after spend
ing a few days there we will be
ready to return home again.
Expect to arrive home about the
10th or 15th of March, and upon
our arrival there will be able to
tell you more of the beauties of
Thank ing you for space in your
Yours very truly."
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