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Drink Osceola Water.
Mr. Moon, from Sherwood, is
moving to Aiinotv
P. A. Riulrl from. Fjirgo is the
.guest of his brother, the band
Register San horn has returned
tfrom a mouth's visit at the
fSjM. A. Johnson is here fioin
trfmneapoli.s to .»en a land and
Joan office either iu Minot or
"g"-"gl y"ri»u.»y'r ^vr.. ^'"i-^'i'yyi -'"-a"
Just so long as you live]
You will need money 1
The longer you live the more
you will need* Better save
something while you are
young and active* a*
THE MINOT NATIONAL BANK
pays 4 per cent interest
on, Savings Accounts.
Mrs. 0. C. Thomson from Min
neapolis is the guest of Miss
Ellen Heinhold and Mrs. Fred
Delicious Hot Weather Beverages
An Expert Soda Foutain
Man to Wait on Yu.
Minot Souvenirs, Shell Goods
Alderman Rainstad brot to
this office a fine sample of Nor
wegian bearded barley, the first
of the kind he has ever raised.
It will yield very heavy.
During the month of .July, the
Register of Deeds took in $ 1631
as receipts |while a year ago dur
ing the same montn, something
Jlil^e $1000 were the receipts.
jOwr county is forging ahead
Business men on Ramstad
street north, complain that the
Soo blockades the crossing about
half the time. An officer could
do a good deal in the way of re
minding the engineers that Mi
not has a strict ordinance touch
ing this matter.
If you want the latest
mounts and the most up
to-date work in photogra
phy, you will be pleased with
the product of this studio.
A very large and swell line always in stock.
Frames made to order, any size.
I The latest novelties in pastels, water
colors and etchings in stock.
l) Kindly address all communications TUP TIT/^VfTnn CD An
Osceola Mineral Spring Water
is free from organic" matter.
Purely a mineral water and
John Berg, a prominent Tagus
rancher, was in Minbt Thursday.
He informs us that he will do
1'arming next year.
Editor Paul S. Ware of the
Flaxton Times, while in Minot
Thursday informed us that in
Flaxton at the present time two
churches and a four room school
house were being erected. A city
well has been suuk and a wind
J. W. Rowan is perfecting plans
for a large brick block to be
erected where his present furni
ture store stands. The building
will surely go up nexc spring.
Don't drink germ infested wa
ter, Buy Osceola. It's pure.
J. H. Tompkins is making a
specialty of his fish market and
keeps on ice continually the
choicest varieties of the finny
tribe obtainable. Mr. Tompkins
has a model market.
Frank McGruw, the plumber,
recently secured the largest job
of plumbing ever let in .Minot,
viz.: the new Peter Ehr hotel.
McGraw does the work for $8,
000 and you may be sure that he
will do a "perfect piece of work.
THE PICTURE SHOP.
During the ten years that
I demonstrated photo
graphy in the various gal
leries of the states, I ac
quired a knowledge of the
"tricks of the trade" seldom
acquired by the average
to duplicate orders to [jj|j jUll"
GEO E- MOORE, Prop.
Minot, North Dakota.
A few weeks ago we mentioned
that if anyone cared to subscribe
for the Ixdicpkxdknt who is not
possessed of the necessary dollar
it. present, he might hand us his
name and settle at some more
convenient time. Many took
advantage of this offer, fiet the
newsiest weekly of the North
west without delay.
Dear Gus:—1 have solve 1 the mother
in-law problem, just give hsr regularly
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It will
make her healthy, happy and docile as
a lamb. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
—W. IS. IIAWLKY.
The clerk of court and some of
the other county officers have
decided to hold the offices open
at noon in order to give the peo
ple from the country an oppor
tunity of transacting business
with the county and getting an
early start for home. This is a
good plan and will be appreci
The slough at the end of North
Reishus street is being filled by
the city, the Great Northern and
several of the business men and
soon a first class street- will re
place the nsightly, filthy hole,
it. C. Sanborn. Henry Auslander,
Stoltz, A. McDonald and R. W.
Jones, property owners along
the street, each gave $50 for the
Geo. A. Hall, the Canadian
land agent, returned from a trip
to Cando and Leeds. He is loud
in his praises of the crops in that
part of Queenly North Dakota,
which he pronounces to be the
best he has ever seen Mr. Hall
will visit the Portland exposi
tion at the expense of King Ed
ward and talk loud and long for
good old Canada.
Want Pure Milk?
On Monday May 1, I will open
a dairy business in this city. All
those wishing milk delivered at
their homes, please drop me a
line or see me personally. I will
guarantee to give you good
clean rich milk and the price will
'be right, Jos. W. WINTER,
I Minot, N. D.
MILLIONAIRE'S POOR STOMACH.
I The worn-out stomach of the over-fed
.millionaire is often paraded in the pub
lic prints as a horrible example *f the
evils attendant on the possession of great
wealth. But millionaires are not the
only ones who are afflicted with bad sto
machs. The proportion is greater
among the toilers. Dyspepsia and indi
gestion are rampant among thase people,
and they suffer far worse tortures than
)he millionaire unless they avail them
selves of a standard medicine like
Greene's AugustTlower, which has been
a favorite household remedy for all
stomach troubles for over thirty-five
years. August Flower rouses the tor
pid liver, thus creating appetite and in
suring perfect digestion It tones and
vitalizes the entire system and makes
life worth living, no motter what your
station. Trial bottles, 35c regular
size, 75c. For sale by
•. yv© Have an
Unlimited Amount of Capital
Which we can loan you on your farm.
We are making' the most satisfactory
terms of any bank in the county. We ask
no commission or bonus. We also buy
..... and sell farm lands. List your farm with
us for sale.
The Minot National Bank.
Chattel mortgage blanks and blank
notes for sale at this offioo
Jos. Rowan is building a struc
tuie.for his elegant hearse which
will arrive this week.
Blakey's Fountain is charged
with Osceola Spring Water.
Therefore his soda water is best.
Jase Hunt, Scientific horse stioer.
opposite Scotield's livery barn, Minot,
The first installment in* pay
ment for Masonic building stock
is being paid. The Bunner lot,
which was recently bought for
§4000, will soon be the scene of
considerable building activity.
The Masons will put up one of
the finest buildings in the city.
A Kansas tornado caught a!
football payer and knocked him
end over end across a fourteen
acre corn field. When he got up
lie grabbed a pumpkin, tucked it
under his arm, shut his eyes, ran
100 yards and cried "touch
down." Football is such a lovely
game and just the thing for
THE CRYIN6 NEED
IS MORE HOUSES
In conversatfon with Supt.
Davis of this division oftheGt.
Northern, we were told that the
Great Northern fully intended
bringing their railroad shops to
Minot, and would have done so
this year but for the fact that
there were no houses for the rail
road men, who would follow the
shoos- to live in. The business
men of Minot should use every
effort possible to see that an
adequate number of good houses
are built. Mr. Davis tells us
that there will be fully (50 fami
lies brot to Minot on account of
the shops, besides thirty or forty
young men will be given paying
employment. At present there
are 25 families that would be
moved here by reason of the Gt.
Northern's bringing her division
to Minot, had we the houses. As
a $700 cottage will rent for §15
a month, it seems that some of
our moneyed men would invest
a little money in house building.
We believe that 100 houses built
this fall, would find ready renters.
The Great Northern has al
ready brot this year 200 men to
Minot. Mr. Davis said that
while Minot has been very good
to the .Great Northern, the com
pany intended using .Minot right.
A big Norwegian picnic was
heldjn the woods across the river
from the creamery Sunday after
noon, forty young people attend
ing. The afternoon was pleas
antly spent in a musical way,
and to say that the young peo
ple had a good time, is not doing
the affair jiistine. A fine lunch
eon was served. The picnicers
returned home at 10 o'clock.
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We have a fine line of
binders in stock. Of course
it is not necessary to tell
you that the Peering is the
kind to bur. You have al
ways found that our word
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Dlakey's Fountain is charged
with Osceola Spring "Water.
Therefore his soda water is best.
Strikers Win a Point.
The striking telegraphers scor
ed a point Saturday night when
they persuaded a telegrapher
whom the Great Northern had
employed to go to Williston to
do night work, to leave at once.
He came to Miuot and is assist
ing the strikers. It is said that
while the passenger trains are
running nearly on time, the
freiglittrains are being run very
light and no perishable goods
nor stock is being shipped over
the line. As the stock movement
will soon begin, it will behoove
the company to sgk terms as
soon as possible.
The haying season is on* This is the season of back
aches and general hard knocks* Why not equip yourself
with the right kind of machinery and save much of this
tedious labor? It takes only $25 to buy one of our
S W E E A E S
The Jenkins' Stacker goes for $55. This is the best
stacker made. The hay is put high and dry on the stack
with very little work* It will do the work of a dozen men*
We handle the Champion and Deering Mowers* These
machines are so well-known that it is useless to speak of
their good qualities.
was good in the past. Our
business is growing just on
that account. We still in
tend to keep our faith with
you. You can rely on what
we tell you regarding ma
SCOFIELD IMPLEMENT CO.
Minot, North Dakota.
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I OUR FOUR CARDINAL
On this basis we will be glad a
6 to make your business
I THE MINOT NATIONAL BANK 1
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA-
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A Good Man for Minot.
We have within oui growing
little city a man who, while he
has lived here but a short time,
has done some excellent "plug
ging" for Minot and lier people
to men who we hope will pass the
word along. While at Devils
Lake a few weeks ago J. M. Da
vis, the general superintendent
of the Dakota and .Montana di
visions of the Great Northern
which embraces 2K)0 miles, re
marked to William Jennings
Bryan and Governor Sarles that
Minot was the best city on the
Great Northern west of Minne
apolis. A man from Devils Lake
happened to hear the remark
and quickly spoke a good word
for his town, at the same time
"k ocking" Minot. The Super
intendent soon got his flow of
oratory to working freely and
had the whole outfit convinced
that he said about Minot was
true and he could prove it. Mr.
Davis has joined the Commercial
club and is taking an active in
terest in the welfare of our citv.
Notice of Special Election.
Notice is hereby sfiven that a special elec
tion of the Minot Special School District No. I
will be held in the City Hall. Minot. N. D.. on
Monday, the i^th day ot August 1905 between
the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and -i
o'clock in the afternoon on that day for the
Mil-pose of deciding whetheror notsaiddistrict
siiall issue its bonds in the sum of ^1-1.(100.0 isame
to be payable in 2o years and to bear interest
at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. The same
to be used for the purpose of building a school
buildins? in Minot. Wurd county. N. Dak.
By order of the Hoard of Education.
7-26-X-23 i). CAMERON. Clerk
NOTICE OK HEARING APPLICA
TION FOR DRUGGIST'S PERMIT.
STATE OK NORTH DAKOTA. In the
Count.v of Ward. Court.
Pursuant to and order of this Court, made
on the lath day of July A. 190.1. Notice is
hereby Kiven that on Monday, the 21 day of
Au*ust A. D. 1903, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon
of thatdav. at the court rooms of this court,
at the countv court house, in the city of Mi
not. county of Ward and State of Nortn Da
kota. has been appointed by the Judjre of this
Court as the time and place for hearing the
petition of A. S. Blakey of the city of Minot
in said Ward county, for the Krantintr to him
of a Drusrjrist's Permit to sell for medicinal,
scientilic and mechanical purposes, malt,
vinous, fermented or other intoxicating liquors
at Ut 9. blk 20. original town*ite Minot. in the
city of Minot, county of Ward andlstate of
North Dakota when and where any perscn
interested in the srrantinir of said petition may
appear and contest the same under the provi
sions of the law. and they will be heard.
Dated at Minot, North Dakota, the 19 day of
Juiy A. D. l'JO-1.
7-19 8-ltS .Jud^e of the Count.v Court
NOTICE FOU I'l'BLICATJON
Land ORlce at Minot. N. D.. July 17th, 1905.
Notice is hereby (jiveu that tho following
named settler has filed notion of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Register
or Receiver U.S. Land Office at Minot. N. D..
oil AUK. 31. 190.1. viz: H. E. 1701. Ferdinand
Wolff, for the e'i nwi.i and wi4neH *of sec.
twp. 1.1c. ran^e 8:1.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said lam! viz:
Herman WollT. Win. Wolff, Frank Lade. Paul
Pitner. of Minot. X. D.
-2H E. SANBOUN, Register.
NOTICE FOIi PI"I!T.ICATION.
Department of the Interior. Land Office at
Minot' N\ 3.. July 17th. 1905.
Notice is hereby (riven that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make tlnal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before tne Regis
ter and Receiver. U. S. Land Otllce at Minot.
N. D.. on Anir. 31. 19.i1 viz: William Close
Hunter for the ffiiauU. e&nw"<1 Sec. 17. T.
lit. K. S3.
He names the followini: witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Eli Smith. Hartie Sabine. Robert W. David
son. Teirner T. Jacobson. al! of Minot. 'v D.
7-19-8-23 K. C. SANBOUX. Register
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