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All work Kuaranteed
Teeth as we find them
ara awful things
Chuck full of nerves,
aches and pains.
Head swollen op
eras a fright
Got uo hope: jaws
E O A S
fl With lots of length, size and bone, sired by
A GOLDEN MODEL COL.,
COL. ALGO, M.S.s.
GOLDEN MODEL 31st.
Three as big and as noted Boars as the breed has
rC^ Kemember, when you buy a Boar of me you get your mon
ey's worth, and they have to please you or money back
Come in and see them and you will want one.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
C. B. PHIFER,
THE BIG DUROC BREEDER
WE HAVE ESTABLISHED A ONE
DAY SERVICE IN OUR OFFICE
It i.s our aim to «ive to our patientn the beat possible service in the least
time. With this object in view, we have engaged the services of an expert
in our laboratory and can now do plate work, crown and bridge work in
one day. You can have your impression taken in the morning and get your
plate the same day, or if you have a bridge to be made it matters not bow
large or small it may be. We guarantee to give you not only the best work
obtainable at a saving of a hundred per cent ami over, but will in addition
complete your work in one day. Kvery piece of work done is examined
thoroughly and has to be perfect before it is permitted to leave the office.
For honest work, the best of materials and expert operators, you can always
rely on the Union Dentisti. A guarantee inoneofliceisgood in all ourotlieeB.
Our prices ara right as you will know, by reading the few lints here below
Work (per tooth)
Outv /& i/jemx tour aun
Hut all of thece things
If yon patronize the
We will fix yonr teeth
without any pain
And make you smile
and look pleasant
Fillings. -S 8.00
Oflioe: Opera House Block C_ Phone 809 Minot, N. Dakota
HUNTING ON f9i&'SE
BUY A NEW GUM
HUNTING IS GOING TO BE PINE SPORT, GETS
YOU OUT IN THE OPEN MAKES YOU ALERT AND
QUICK AND IMPROVES YOUR HEALTH.
WE'VE GOT THE GUN YOU WANT.
WE'VE GOT THE AMMUNITION YOU NEED
SHELLS LOADED AS YOU WANT THEM.
WE WANT ALL OF YOUR HARDWARE TRADE.
COME IN ONCE AND WE'LL GET IT FOR LIFE.
Roell Hardware Co.
Minot, N. D.
CAPT. MBSELL VISITS
Cap*. Caorge Bissell of the good
boat "Magic City," took an involun
tary pliiage into the depths of Mouse
river, holding communion with Dew-
Don't Feel Good"
Thai ia what a lot of people tel1 M.
Uaually their bowelaonly n*d cleanting.
will do the trick and make
you feel fine.
We know thia positively. Take one
tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
Benno Drug Co.
Paul V. McCoy A Co. and Taylor
ey's mermaids for a few minutes.
George was standing at the rear of
his boat when it suddenly struck the
shore. He went clear to the bottom,
fifteen feet below, and despite the fact
that he was rather heavily clad, pad
dled back to the boat. He declared
that it is hard to swim with one's
shoes full of water and pockets full
of fish. After George had divested
himself of a generous quantity of
cloudy water, the air is said to have
become blue quite suddenly.
It ia a pleasure to have your shoe
repairing and rubber or leather heel
work done at the Minot Shoe Hospital,
basement Lexington Hotel block. Par
eel Post orders solicited. Work done
while you wait. All work guaranteed.
SLATEN WARNED NOT TO
RETURN TO GEORGIA.
San Francisco, Aug. 24.—J. G.
Woodward, Mayor of Atlanta, Ga.,
who is visiting this city, is on record
as declaring that Leo M. Frank, who
!was lynched Monday night, suffered
the just penalty for an unspeakable
crime. The Atlanta mayor at the
same titne warns former governor
John M. Slaton not to return to Geor
Mayor Woodward made his declara
tion at a banquet of the California
State Assessors' Association and their
In the course of his speech Mayor
"People throughout the United
States have obtained their ideas' of
the Frank case from a poisoned and
subsidized press and press reports.
"Common decency prevents me from
telling you the revolting truths of
the murder of Mary Phagan. I wish
you all knew the truths as I know
them. I know them, for I have been
with this ease ever since it started
and I have read every line of evidence
that was introduced everything that
has transpired I know and I know
that there is not a member of the
jury that tried Leo M. Frank who,
from the time it rendered the verdict
to this day. has any idea that he would
change his decision if put to the test
"Things had come to a point where
every avenue of the law had been ex
hausted and the people felt it was up
to them to take the law into their own
"I want it understood that when it
comes to a woman's honor there is no
limit we will not go to to avenge and
"There were only two people impli
cated in the death of Mary Phagan. I
knew the negro did not commit the
ideed and am positive that 75 per cent
Jof the people of Georgia are con
Ivinced that the man lynched Monday
'night committed the deed.
I "I know Jack Slaton, have known
him for 30 years, ever since he was
a young man. I have been friends
with him, while I hate to say it, I
would not advise him to return to
Georgia for a year—if ever."
CASTOR OIL IN SURGERY. ...
(Los Angeles Times.)
One of the battlefield discoveries of
the present war is that castor oil is an
admirable dressing for slight abra
sions, burns and minor wounds. The
wound is first washed with some anti
septic solution or painted with tincture
on Ward County Farms
and Minot City Property
FAR! lORHitfiE &
Optic Building. Minot,N
We have had so many inquiries lately
regard!ns Eczema and other skin dis
eases. that we are g)ad to make our
answer public. After careful investiga
tion we have found that a simple wash
of Oil of Wintergreen, as compounded
In IJ. D. D. Prescription, can be relied
upon. We would not make this state
ment to our patrons, friends and neigh
bors unless we were sure of it—and
although there are many so-called Ec
zema remedies sold, we ourselves un
hesitatingly recommend D. D. D. Pre
Drop into our store today, Just to talk
over the merits of this wonderful Pre
McCOY DRUG COMPANY,
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA.
H. J. HECHT
Auetlonaar Minot. w. 0
Sale* Made Anywhere
Horse. Cattle and Ho* snle» a *u»oialt
acquaintance among the people
Wiraor pbone me for dutes at
mj expense at Minot. N Dak.
Pates can be had at'the Tudf-pendrnt of
tie* or at the Onion National Hnpk.
Also breeder of pure bred Ooitte Hops
Holstein Cattle and Rose Comb Rhod*
Island Red Poultry.
Proprietor of Pleanai Hill Stock Harm
Dr. R. C. LANG
Room 18, P. 0. Bloek
Offices formerly occupied
by Dr. Scholberg.
Phone 290 Minot, N. D.
of iodine and then coverered with a
piece of gauze saturated with castor
This dressing is in effect that of an
anti-septic, and the wounds treated
with it usually heal rapidly. It has
the advantage of keeping the skin
about the wound soft and pliable, is
cheap and always available. It ap
pears, therefore, that this ancient and
honorable household remedy has ex
tended its usefulness to a field quite
outside that of commonplace digestive
How a Minot Citizen Found Freedom
From Kidney Troubles.
If you suffer from backache—
From urinary disorders—
Any curable disease of the kidneys,
Use a tested kidney remedy.
Doan's Kidney Pills have been test
ed by thousands.
Minot people testify.
Can you ask more convincing proof
Mrs. H. I). Horst, Washington Ave.,
Minot, says: "Several members of
our family have been cured of back
ache, headaches and dizzy spells by
Doan's Kidney Pills. One of the fam
ily had a lot of trouble with the kid
ney secretions. A couple of boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills quickly removed
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remeuy get
Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that
Mrs. Horst recommended. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing unredeemed articles will be of
fered for sale at our store unless re
deemed by September 10, 1915:
Suit Case 8600
Ring, Diamond 8610
2 Guns 8650
Diamond Ring 8657
Suit and Shoes 8672
Coat and Umbrella 8676
Ring, Manicure Set and
Elk's Tooth with Fob- -8681
Two Suits 8688
Watch and Coat 8695
3 Watches 8738
Toilet Set 8742
We have a great supply of unre
deemed watches, of the well known
Elgin, Waltham, Hamilton, Illinois,
Rockford makes, running from 7 to 23
jewels, shot guns of every description,
revolvers, diamonds in any size, watch
chains, fur lined coats and many other
goods that we can sell at any time, at
less than one-half actual value. It will
pay you to investigate.
Old Optic Blk. 34-38 W. Central Ave.
Minot, N. D. 8-19-t3
Guy Almy Returns.
The many friends of Guy Almy and
family will be pleased to learn that
they have returned from Alkabo, N.
D., to reside in this city. Mr. Almy
will manage the Robinson Elevator Co.
with which he was connected before
leaving Minot about two years ago for
Alkabo, where he has been engaged
in the grain business. Mr. Almy is a
capable grain man and recognized as
a young man of more than the usual
CHEAP RATES FOR HORSES.
One team to hay at noon 25c
One team to hay over night 50c
One team to hay per day 75c
One horse to hay at noon 15c
One horse to hay at night 25c
One horse to hay per day 50c
Grain per team per feed 25c
Grain per feed—one horse 15c
—McGregor's Old Stand,
8-12-tS Minot, N. D.
Peter Berg in Trouble Again.
Peter Berg, a farmer from south
west of the city, was arrested by the
sheriff Sunday charged with disturb
ing the peace. It is claimed that
Berg went to the home of Hiram
Rygmyr threatening to do him bodily
harm. Berg has been in trouble be
fore. He had just been released from
peace bonds, but it appears as though
he will have to be placed under bonds
A Big Exposition.
Great preparations are being made
for the finest agricultural exposition
North Dakota has ever seen. The
building at Bismarck in which the ex
position has been held during the last
four years, is fast Being gotten into
shape for the big affair, under the
direction of the executive committee.
The dates for the exposition are set
for October 4th to 16th, both inclu
at 1. 2. 4 and 5,
We are in shape to take care of all
your threshing needs.
We are prepared to equip your cook
cars completely with stoves, cooking
See us for your
Oils, Greases, Belts,
We have a nice assortment of good
warm SLEEPING BLANKETS at
the right price.
Jacobson & Fugelso
Reliable Hardware Merchants
Opera House Block
Minot, N. Dakota
making the ten
sion of the fabric
just right for any
weight from 30 to jvj0 2—
I I E
at 3, making two
springs in one.
A Full Line of
Short term or annual policies covering grain,
^threshed or unthreshed, anywhere on farm.
ANNUAL RATE $1.00 PER $100.00
No application necessary, insurance made
binding and policies issued in our office.
THE MINOT INSURANCE AGENCY
R. E. Barron,
H. W. Montgomery,
W. A. Mulroy,
The Independent^ 1.00 a Year
Mascot Adjustable ^'prirr No. yS3
NEW YORK STORE
Hardware ard Furnture Dept. MINOT, NORTH DAK
THE PRICE OF LIGNITE WILL
ADVANCE SEPTEMBER 1st
W E A N E E E E S
MOUSE RIVER LIGNITE
BEST BY E.ST
WALLACE & BO WKER
CF.AI.FUS IN COAI, AND WouH
PHONE 505 MINOT, N. D.
New Jacobson Block
Minot, N. D.
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