Newspaper Page Text
GOOD VALUES IN FARMS
Youngman & Co.,
Farms—Read These Ads. Carefully and
if Anything in Them Interests You
Youngman & Co. have some good
things to offer In bargains in farm
Youngman & Co., Ad. No. 3.—We
have a farm of 880 acres something of
the same style as the above Ad. No. 2,
but it is a better improved farm and
a classier proposition. It has elegant
buildings all the way through and con-
iFor the past six weeks the editor
of the Mirror has been away from home
trying to earn enough money to sup
port his family. During his absence
the Mirror office has been presided over
SHIP YOUR GRAIN
F. M. DAVIES & CO.
1M3 Chaaher of Coaawcc, Mimeapelit
PROMPT RETURNS TOP PRICCS
BRANCH OFFICE DULUTH
MOD ALL MAIL AND SAMPLE* MINNEAPOLIS
Have Few Good Things in
107-9 S. Rtlshui St. Mlnot, N. D.
Youngman & Co., Ad. No. 1.—To the
prospective buyers and framers In the
vicinity of Minot or anywhere else, we
are offering you some real good snaps
in farms this week. Read these ads.
carefully and see if there is anything
In the list which you can handle.
Youngman & Company Ad. No. 2.—
We are offering a 640 acre farm 12
miles from Minot and two miles from
the City of Burlington. This farm lies
half In the valley and half on the up
land. There is a splendid house, also
an extra house. The barn is commod
ious but not very valuable. There is
running water on the place, 200 acres
of this farm in the valley is In crop, 60
acres in timber and 40 acres in pas
ture. There is 320 acres upland of
which 220 acres are level. This upland
half section contains a valuable coal
mine and a vein of from five to eight
feet of solid coal. The Soo Railroad
Company has a side track on the farm
and a loading station. This farm can
be bought on reasonably easy terms, hay
one quarter cash, and the price is $21.00
per acre. The $1.00 per acre is our com
mission, so if we sell the 640 acres we
will" make $640.00, and you will make
from $15.00 to $25.00 per acre in buy
ing it, as this farm really and truly
ought to be worth $50.00 per acre. The
owner does not want to sell it, but for
family reasons will do so. He would
be mighty glad to lease it, however,
from the purchaser for at least three
years, and he is a good farmer, too.
This is one of the best general stock
and grain farms around Minot. And in
addition there is $150,000 worth of coal
on it. Some day the people will wake
up to the fact that there is coal on this
land and it is valuable, and those who
own it will have a fortune at their feet.
For full particulars see Youngnian &
Heat without fire is the electric way.
These little stoves get hot at the turn of a
switch—the four-inch disk stove gets red
hot in two minutes. You can cook, fry or
boil anything on these stoves, anywhere,
An egg and a bit of bacon can be
cooked so quickly that one of these little
disk stoves should be in every wired houscw
By the way, is your house wired?
CONSUMERS POWER CO.
tains $8,000.00 worth of stock, ma
chinery and produce, and one of the
finest farm houses in Ward County.
All of the machinery' 1b new, there la
400 tons of hay on the place now, and
all kinds of grain. This is in the Mouse
River Valley and a beautiful place. We
will have to get $35.00 per acre for this.
All crop and stock goes with it and
the man who buys it at that figure
should be congratulated on his good
fortune. The owner of this farm has
other business enterprises in view but
is loath to part with this fine farm as
he knows it will be hard to find a dup
licate. For particulars see Youngman
Youngman ft Co., Ad. No. 4.—We are
offering two farms near Surrey of 160
acres each, within the four mile limit.
One of these farms has about 100 acres
broken up and every foot of it is till
able and has paid from $800.00 to
$1200.00 per year rental on half a crop.
The adjoining land Is held at $50.00 per
acre, but we will sell this one for $22.00
per acre on reasonable terms. The
other quarter which we mention here
has fairly nice buildings and 120 acres
under cultivation, and we will let it go
for $4,000.00. We also have another
half section in the same vicinity. See
Youngman & Co.
Youngman & Co., Ad. No. 5.—We are
offering some fine propositions almost
in the city limits of Minot, from quar
ter to half sections in the vicinity of
$30.00 per acre. Some of them have
fine buildings with groves of trees, and
will make ideal suburban homes. For
particulars you will have to call and
see us. Youngman & Co.
Youngman & Co., Ad. No. 6.—We are
offering several 40 acre farms close in
to Minot which would be nice for
poultry or dairy farms, or truck gar
dens. Prices are according to location.
See Youngmaa & "?o
Youngman & Co., Ad. No. 7.—We
have several good farms close in to
Minot which we will trade for houses
and lots in Minot. Any Minot citizen
who has a good house and wishes to
secure a good farm I can supply their
wants. Youngman & Co.
107-9 Reishus 3t.
by the youngest editor in the state, a
young lady who is not fifteen years of
age. She gathered the news and set it,
changed ads, and kept the Job press
running and turned out some very neat
work. In fact she handled the business
like a veteran. The young lady is our
daughter and naturally we are proud
of her and hope that we will not be
obliged to impose on her to this extent
H. S. Blood, the attorney, is at Bot
tineau this week, attending a aeasion
in district oourt
CDnrri|ht Hart Schaffher Ac Marx
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sal*.
Notice I8 Hereby GiT«n, that that
certain mortgage, executed and deliv.
ered toy Arliur A. Harper, unmar
ried, mortgagor, to the Union Na
tional Bank of Mlnot. a corporation*
mortgagee, dated the 23rd day
There wit! he 'on'endi mort
gage at the date of eaSe the eom af
fifty-three and Bfc-10© doflars. TM«
foftoctoenre to made upo" the fe^t
note d«wn1hed fa "aid mortgage to
gether wtth n'lMMBNMt oT **t»
et on the first mortgage on
Doted tWa lUth day of September,
A. 1. 1*«.
Tmoa iNWtonai Bw* of HhK*.
a CoiixiiaAm. Mortgagee.
Gre»ul«af, Bradford ft IfMh.
ft 19 t*
March. A. D. 1911, and filed for rec
the office of the Regster of
County of Ward, State of
Dakota, on the 23rd day of
A. D. 1911, at 4:30 o'clock,
and duly recorded in Book
168 of iMartgagea on page 77, -wfll toe
foreclosed by a aale of the premises
In said mortgage and hereinafter da*,
crifced at the front do** of the court
house, in the County of Ward, State
of North Dakota, at the hour of two
o'clock p. m. on the 26th day of
October, 1912 to satisfy the amount
(due upon said mortgage upon the
date of sale. The premises describe
ed in such mortgage and which will
be sold to satisfy the same are sit
uated 1n the County of Ward, State
of North Dakota, and described aa
follows, towlt: the northeast quarter
(NE%) of Section twenty-four (24).
Township one hundred fifty-two (152
north of Range eflfehty-flve (§51 weat
of the fifth PMncflpal Meridian, con
taining one hundred sixty acre*,
or leas, atfeordlpg to the, government
You'd-better see Shaw and insure
vour farm buildings against fire ..120
W. 1st St.
We can turaMi the Minneapolis
Daily News, for one ydar the Ward
County Independent tor one year and
the Farm journal for five years for
the very liberal price of $2.50.
Regular price of the News is
$2.00 a year.
Regular price of the Indepndent is
$1 a year.
Regular price of Farm Journal Is
$1.00 for 5 years.
So you see you are getting a 14.00
value for $2.50.
To take advantage of this offer
you must pay 'n advance on the In
dependent a year.
Tf yon want a lot of good winter's
rending cheap, send In your 12.50 to.
today. Offer good until further no
buggy, taedbeter. IN
are certainly the real snappy things this Fall
for men who like to dress in smart style.
You'll find them here in wonderful soft materials cheviots and serges blues,
tans and mixtures in Scotch and Irish homespuns in checks and plain colors.
Many of these materials are woven for us in Norfolks.
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
certainly do know how to put those clothes together. We'll show you some
wonderfully attractive stuff when you come.
Some very stunning Overcoats for Young Men now ready
SITS ill OVERCOATS CO" Sii" so* $35
GROW CLOTHING CO
FARM LANDS, FAKM LOANS, EX
Fine, well Improved 5-acre tract la
suburbs of Mhiot for sale on oasy
terms. House 24x36, barn 16x20, hen.
ery 14x20, good well, trees, fenced,
shrubbery. An excellent opportunity
for gardening and chicken raising,
garden implements, horse* ham
THE INDEPENDENTS SPE.
THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES
Scofield Block MINOT, N. D.
CIAL CLUBMNQ OFFER
with ft. Might eonstder aa
for farm land.
Scott Land ft
106 Kelshua St.. Meet W.
Get Our Figures
on the next bill of
LUMBER y«,u buy
Our assortment can't be excelled.
Bovey-Shute Lumber Go.
C. H. RUDD, Agent
COME AND GET
We Buy Stock of All Kinds,
All of you have to buy groceries and meat. Just remembej
this one thing when you need another order: The People's
Meat and Grocery Co. have a fresh stock of groceries, a
large line of the choicest meats and what's more our busi
ness is conducted more cheaply than ordinary, consequently
we can afford to give you better prices than otbers.
Visit our large new store and get acquainted with our prices
and let us get acquainted with you.
Special prices on large orders. This will interest the thresh
CHICKENS, BUTTER, EGOS
Tired, worn out women, cannot sleep,'
eat or work feel as If they would fly to
pieces. Hollister's Rockly Mountain
Tea strengthens the nerves, cleanses
the system, builds up the appetite,
makes you well, keeps you well. 35c.,
Tea or Tablets.
And Other Farm Produce
People's Meat and Grocery Co.
PORTER, NELSON & QUALLY, Props.
Cor. Belyea and First. Minot, North Dakota
Each day the coal situation becomes more serious.
We are in a position to supply your orders at pres
ent. Why not order now and avoid all possible dan
ger of shortage? Prompt service, careful drivers,
WALLACE 6b BOWKER
Phone 505 Cor. First and Belyea ave., Minot, N. D.
Paul V. McCoy & Co.
THE LARGEST AND MOST COM
PLETE STUDIO IN THE NORTH
WEST. OVER SECOND NATION
AL BANK. SKRTVSETH ft SONS'.
First class AUTO
for sale cheap.
Ulasd lie it. Store Minot, H.