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Magnificent Normal School Buildings Now Occupied
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NORMAL SCHOOL CREDITS.
As already noted the lengthening of the term to six weeks will make it
possible to give some regular Normal school subjects by allotting to them
STUDENT'S ROOM IN DORMITORY.
double time each day. The subjects offered will be the ones in the Rural school
course and such others for winch there may be a sufficient demand.
TEACHERS' CERTIFICATE SUBJECTS.
All the subjects required for first and second grade elementary certifi
cates will be given by the State Board of Education in accordance with the
recent rules. These rules have become a little more stringent and much more
definite than in past years but the value to be derived from six weeks of care
ful study under good instruction will be in no way lessened.
A most valuable feature of the coming session will be the opportunity
for properly qualified students to secure actual training in teaching under the
instruction of competent critics. Thru an arrangement with the public schools
it is anticipated th^t. a vacation school will be maintained in the model school,
which will be open to any pupils from the City of Mmot. It is probable that a
A GLIMPSE AT THE KITCHEN.
large number of them will avail themselves of the opportunity of getting six
weeks' instruction in subjects in which they may be deficient. Much of this
work will naturally be in small classes, thus allowing individual instruc
tion. This will afford an excellent opportunity for teachers at the summer
school to receive training in teaching. This should prove one of the most
valuable departments of the entire summer school.
MAIN BUILDING, WITH FUTURE WEST WING.
Boys' Wash Suits
Regular values from 50c to $3.00,
during this Half
25c to $1.50
Jea^Mt'.0.. 1-2 price
50c Rompers 25©
75c Rompers 38c
$1.00 Rompers 50c
Boys' and Children's Two-piece Suite, two and three button single-breasted and double-breasted only are ofFered for Bale at exactly half the price that we have been
selling them for regularly.
Sizes run from to 10. This is all Al stock and, if you don't delay, you ought to be able to fit out your boys at a substantial saving. These particular lots of boys'
clothing are what were left from our big sale and we want to close them out regardless of what we get for them.
A GOOD BOYS' WATCD FREE
Wo oiler 'luring tliis hiiIt* proposition tliat every boy in the
eonntry will like. With every sale of 0110 of our Boys' Norfolk
Suits, made from Fancy. Mixtures and Blue Serges, we will
Kive absolutely free a beautiful watch that any boy would ap
preciate. You'll need a suit for the boy anyway, and you
might just as well please liiiu by getting this watch for him by
buying during this sale.
Our Bargain Counter
We have added a bargain counter and intend to have some
specials each week. For instance, during this sale you will
find Men's and Boys' Shoes on this counter at just one-half
price. Men's 15.00 shoes at $2.50 $3.00 shoes at $1.60, etc.
It will pay you to keep'your eye on our bargain counter.
It may not be convenient lor you to call during this sale. We will give strict attention to mail orders and if the goods should not happen to suit, will gladly return
the money. We'll try to give you as good service as though you had visited the store personally.
Bring in your little men. We ought to be able to save you considerable money on their spring and summer outfits.
E. H. BOYER CLOTHING STORE
Main Street Minot, N. D.
The Normal school grounds are very pleasantly situated within a few
blocks of the Mouse River. The city possesses a fine system of parks which
are open to the general public for picnics, games and recreation. The river is
navigable for several miles for boating and canoeing. The ravines in back of
the Normal school afford excellent places for picnics. The Puritan Spring,
one of the best natural springs of water, being one quarter mile from the
Normal school grounds, is an ideal spot for recreation.
A more detailed announcement will be issued in the near future. Any one
interested or who desires more information should communicate with Presi
dent A. G. Crane, State Normal School, Minot, North Dakota.
COME WITH US.
The best vacation is the one which is not devoted too exclusively either
to idleness or to work. Too much work or too much play are both to be
No better facilities nor better climate can be had anywhere for summer
BOATING PARTY ON MOUSE RIVER, NEAR THE SCHOOL.
school than is afforded in Dakota. Come with us, prepared to enjoy a six
weeks' outing and make substantial progress in education.
The school will open the same time as the summer schools at Mayville and
Valley City, on June 30th, .and close August 7th, thus giving a six weeks'
term. This is a very convenient and satisfactory increase in the length of the
session as it will enable students to do much better work and will allow of
their securing more Normal school credits. Normal school subjects will be
given double time for the entire six weeks. Previous experience for several
years has taught us that there is no better time of the yaar for pleasant and
satisfactory school work in North Dakota than the summer term. During
the last five years we have never had more than a few days of unpleasantly
hot weather, practically all of the weather being pleasant and agreeable.
Tuition is entirely free, no charge of any sort being made for either in
struction or enrollment. The only necessary expenses to students will be for
their living and school books and supplies. Books will be sold to students at
cost prices and in most cases can be resold to the book store at the close of the
S LOGAN MURMURS. S
The Logan Murmurs appear in the
Ward County Independent only, which
paper appearing everywhere makes
publication in Fargo and other jour
Ralph Oard, whose musical attain
ments are both varied and superior,
finds his services much in demand
within the Magic Sphere. He was a
star performer on Tuesday night.
Mrs. Myers of Kenmare, whose
daughter, Mrs. Ralph Oard, has been
under medical care for some while, is
now visiting her.
Mr. Guy Putney, from South Prairie
was a Main street visitor on Tuesday.
Ed Ray and friend from Surrey
journeyed Logan ways last Sabbath
Day, expressing considerable surprise
at the rapid development of our town.
Mrs. Whitted of N. Prairie, whose
youngest child has been receiving med
ical attention for many months, left
last week for Rochester, Minn., there
to obtain a specialist's diagnosis of
the trouble. We trust that the result
may prove thoroughly beneficial.
Miss Eva Whitted, who has still
several months of a school term to
complete, has during the absence of
Mrs. Whitted at Rochester to act as
hostess on N. Prairie.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyght of Velva, visit
ed with their son, who has recently es
tablished a blacksmith business on Un
Mr. Chas. Taylor of S. Prairie was
a Main street visitor on Tuesday. Af
ter quite an absence from out town
the many new streets and avenues oc
casioned him no little surprise. Miss
Taylor arrived on 106.
Geo. Locker and family and Geo.
Nulph for Plaza on Tuesday with sev
eral, wagon loads of effects.
Sid Stredwick, who wintered within
the charmed circle, returned on Satur
day for the old location. We under
stand he will shortly trek for Plaza.
Mr. Gline Cook recently purchased
an exceptionally fine and well match
ed team and will araij on quite a scale
during the coming season.
Assortment of Boys' Kahki
Suits Mid Indian Suits
Ages 6 to 16 I O
years, at 1
Suits worth from 75e
to $3.00 to be sold at
38c to $1.50
A'nice assortment 1
of Boys' Shirts at llMlifi
-Sizes 12K to 14£- 2 |»I IVW
Values 50c, 75c and $1.00.
25c, 38c and 50c
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank our many friends
for their expressions of sympathy and
for the flowers and assistance given us
following the death of our beloved
MR. and MRS. CARL HAUGE.
N O W A
Underwear lor Boys
Boys' Two-piece Balbriggan Under
wear. Regular price 50c a suit. Dur
ing this sale
Bargains in Boys' Hats
The very finest grades
of Hate for boys at 1
We recommend the excursion of May 2 very highly on the
Corsican. From Minneapolis to Cnristiania, one way, sec
ond class $86.15, round trip $168.15. $59.15 third class and
$118.90 round trip.
Steamers will (-top at Chiihtiana, G'hrititiaii«iii(l, Bergen, St-avangcr
Irondhjeni, Chriptiansund, Arendal, Laurvifr, Aalosund, Moldo, also Go
thenburg, Malum, Ildsingbork, Copenhagen, Frwlric.kwliavn, Esbierg and
Aa brr. 1 dhhengci* leave Minneapolis three days previous to Hailing date
Chicago two days previous
For reservation and all other information concerning the
Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers
including the ALSATIAN and the CALGARIAN, 18,500 tons, time 6 days,
C. R. ENGELSTAD
At Scandinavian-Amei ican Bank. Minot, N. D.
BUY A HOME GROWN SIRE
W E A E E E E E E 8 O E I S E E
Cat worms, hail (toi
Percheron Horses Holstein-Friesian Cattle
Poland-China Hogs white Plymouth Rock Chickens
ave an extra
will sell very re:
25c per suit
Boys' Balbriggan Union Suits. 50c
quality 25c per suit
$1.00 Boys' Hats 50c
$1.25 Boys' Hats 63c
$1.50 Boys' Hats 75c
Recommends Chamberlain's Cough
"I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I have confidence in
it. I find that they are pleased with
it and call for it when again in need
of such a medicine," writes J. W. Sex
ton, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by alt
Special through trains
from Minneapolis to the
iteimtr'i aide —no
troubleor delay—no tran*
fer charges—no hotel ex
penses—no charges on
Secure your berths without delay by making deposit of $5 with me at once
Sailing dates from Minneapolis to Christiana
April 15,21,25,29, May 2,3,7,12,21,26 and June 4
These will be the most
for family parties.
We have some choice bred gilts that will
please anyone. Prices on application.
CIRCLE DOUBLE RANCH