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Mrs. Thompson Died at Dunseith.
The body of Mrs. Juliana Thompson,
who died at the North Dakota tuber
cular sanitarium at Dunseith, reached
this city Saturday afternoon and was
taken to the undertaking: parlors of J.
D. Van Fleet, where it will remain un
til the funeral services at the Hauges
Lutheran church on Monday, the hour
of which has not been determined. The
interment will be made in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hanson of Des
Lacs, who have adopted the little
daughter of the deceased, are arrang
ing for the funeral and taking care of
all the matters in connection with the
same. They are not related in any
way to the deceased except that they
have provided a home for the orphan
ed girl, but t*hey are doing as much in
the death of the adopted child's mother
as though she were a near relative.
GOOD MAN FOR COMMISIIONER
Mr. Vandenoever, who is a candi
date for county commissioner to suc
ceed himself, has an excellent record.
He has looked after the affairs of the
city and county generally. He has
done a great deal towards building
A Bad Spell of
is liable to strike us most
any time this sea
son of the year.
Have you got plenty of
Coal in to keep you warm?
If not, better let us fill your
bins so you will be sure to
have enough on hand just
when you need it worst.
There is no danger of your
being dissatisfied with any
kind of Coal you buy here
because we guarantee you
higher prices than others
ask for much inferior grades.
Our stock of Coal is all fresh
mined this year. Just re
member that, please, when
you need Coal again.
Minot. N. D. Tel. 505
good roads in Ward county. He has
given the county his very best ser
vices, looking after the affairs fully as
well as he does his own, and that is
saying a good deal for Mr. Vanden
oever is a conservative business man.
He is held in high esteem by the other
commissioners over the state as was
noted by the fact that at the last
meeting they made him president of
their st^te organization.
W A N A S
FOR RENT, FOR SALE, LOST,
FOUND, TAKEN UP, ETC.
FOR SALE—1916 Dodge car, run only
3,000 miles. Good as new. Fully
equipped. Will sell cheap. Herman
Gordon, at The Boston Store, Minot.
FOR SALE—10 head of 3 to 7 year
old mares, 1200 to 1500 pounds, are
sound, without blemish, broke and in
good flesh. P. W. Miller, Minot, N.
Dak. Office: Minot Auto Co. ll-2tf
FOR SALE—10 head of full blood,
registered Shorthorn bulls, reds and
roans, good thick, fleshy fellows that
area credit to head any herd. Also
have carload of heifers to arrive in
a few days. P. W. Miller. Office:
Minot Auto Co., Minot, N. D. ll-2tf
High grade, low price, 17-jewel
Hampden, twenty year gold filled case,
$12.50, sent by express subject to ap-
Other standard makes at pro-
Box 46, Minot, N.
WANTED—Clean cotton rags. Inde
WANTED—Bright young man me
chanically inclined desirous of learn
ing dental laboratory work. Young
man 17 or 18 years of age preferred.
t, N. D.
Address Box 1325, Minot,
Women's Coats and Suits in vast Variety
There is a diversity of styles here—styles that have been produced by some of the
world's best designers. Every good and popular weave is also in the collection.
Never in our history have we had a finer or more comprehensive showing
of all that is fashionable and new in Coats and Suits. Never were prices more
moderate. It will pay you well to come and see our values
before you buy.
The Deutschland, Germany's com
mercial submarine, has just arrived
from her second trip across the At
lantic with a $10,000,000 cargo of
drugs and dye stuffs.
R. W. Beighle and family visited on
North Prairie Sunday afternoon.
The Busy Bees threshing club met
at the home of Everett Bunker Sat
Jean Bunker had the misfortune to
get her finger badly cut at school last
Gladys Long is on the sick list and
was taken in to see the doctor Tues
E. B. Bivins brought his cattle home
from the hills Monday.
E. Bunker and family were in Mi
Verne Walker visited Dr. Brugman
last Monday and had her tonsils and
J. D. Coons finished threshing in
this neighborhood last week after hav
ing his machine laid up for several
weeks for repairs.
Several members of the Highland
church and aid society met at the E.
Bunker home to select furniture for
the church. The lathing of the church
was finished last Tuesday and Ross
Nelson and Orley Brazell have at this
writing almost completed the plaster
Edna Bunker is suffering from an
abscess on her right thumb and Myrtle
Walker from one in her head above
her nose. Dr. Brugman is treating it.
The Highland Aid met with Mrs. E.
L. Miller last Thursday and elected of
ficers as follows: President, Mrs. E.
B. Bivins vice president, Mrs. Guy
Sharar secretary, Mrs. Fred Hamil
ton treasurer, Mrs. Everett Bunker.
The president holds office for one
month only and each month a new one
will be elected.
Vema Trapp spent the week end in
Chas. Muzzy and daughters, Lottie
and Ethel, were in Minot Saturday.
MINOPS GREATEST STORE
Exquisite New Furs
Our large stock of beautiful furs is attracting the attention of the women of
Minot and vicinity. Minks, Beaver, Foxes, Scotch Mole Hudson Seal and all the better
furs are represented in our showing.
New Dresses and Skirts Just Arrived From New
Dresses and Skirts are in great demand this season and, as usual, THE FAIR
shows the finest stocks and the best values. We are showing a beautiful assortment
of Silk and Party Dresses.
Visit Our Bargain Basement
Cato Sells, United States Commis
sioner of Indian Affairs, was a distin
guished visitor in the city Saturday,
remaining over for the night, when h»
drove over to the reservation on a trip
of inspection. He reports conditions
excellent. Mr. Sells has great admir
ation for the Nation's wards md faith
in the ultimate development of tho
race into useful citizens. Mr. Sells'
presence in this state at this time is
owing to circumstances affecting the
Fort Totten agency. He suspended Z.
M. Zeibach, the agent at Fort Totten,
pending a more thorough investigation
of charges which have been preferred
against that official. Otis B. Goodall,
of Portland, Ore., was designated to
take temporary charge of affairs of
Complete lines of Glassware and Dinnerware. Bargains in Dry Goods all the time.
.50 to $125.00. More calls than
we can fill. Can earn board. Write
for catalog. Barry's Telegraph In
stitute, N26, Minneapolis, Minn.
S. W. Irwin has blood poison in one
o£ his hands and is now in the hospi
tal at Minot.
School report for month ending Oct.
27: School No. 1—Pupils not absent
for the month, Mary Bivins, Verne
Walker, Hazel Walker, Maybelle Hud
son, Hazel Reed, Helen Reed number
enrolled 23. Verne Trapp, teacher.
School No. 5—Pupils not absent, Jack
son Beighle, Alice Saastad, Arthur
Saastad, Bobbie Klimpel, Bruno Klim
pel. Samuel Shuss, teacher.
Sunday school report for Oct. 29:
Attendance 29 collection 51c. Sunday
school at 10:30 a. m. Mr. Bert Updike,
superintendent Mrs. Fred Tullar, as
STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA,
COUNTY OF WARD, SS.
In District Court,
Eighth Judicial District
Martha Lindberg, for the benefit of Os
car Epstein, Plaintiff.
Lewis K. Arnold, Ida L. Arnold, his wifev
James J. McKeague, E. Ashley Hears,
Bank of Minot, State of North Dakota,
County of Ward, Sydney D. Tucker, A.
B. Guptill, as receiver of the Bank of
Minot, a defunct corporation, B. S.
I.'rynjolfson, Indemnity Company of
North Dakota, Peter Ehr, Sidney D.
Tucker, and Ida J. Johnson, and all
other persons unknown claiming any
interest or estate in or lien or incum
brance upon the property described in
the complaint. Defendants.
The State of North Dakota to the Above
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the above entitled action,
which is on file in the office of the clerk
of the district court of Ward county,
North Dakota, and to serve a copy of
your answer to said complaint on the
subscriber at his office in the city of Mi
not, in the county of Ward and State of
North Dakota, within thirty days after
the service of this summons upon you,
exclusive of the day of such service and
in case of your failure to appear or ans
wer, judgment will be taken against you
by default for the relief demanded in the
Dated at Minot, North Dakota, this 1st
day of November, A. D. 1916.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Office and Postoflice Address, Corner
Main Street and Second Avenue,
Minot, North Dakota.
Hottc* of Ho Personal Claim
To the Above Named Defendants:
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that this action is bought for the
purpose of quieting title to the West
Forty-five (45) feet of Lots Eleven and
Twelve (11 and 12) Block Seven (7)
Original Plat of Minot, and that no claim
is made against you or either of you.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Minot, North Dakota. ll-2-6t
Whereas on the 18th day of July A.
D. 1916, Charles E. Gordon, Mortgagor,
made, executed and delivered to A. W.
Crary, Mortgagee, his certain chattel
mortgage dated on said day wherein and
whereby the said Mortgagor mortgaged
to the Mortgagee the following describ
ed personal property situate In the coun
ty of Ward and State of North Dakota,
One Overland Automobile, Model 83
1916, No. 55343, 35 H. P.
And whereas default has been made
and now exists in the terms of the said
mortgage in this, that the debt secured
by said mortgage is past due and un
paid and that the personal property
aforesaid has been sold and disposed of
by the said Mortgagor and removed from
the County of Ward and State of North
Dakota, and there is claimed to be due
thereon at the date hereof the sum of
Four Hundred Sixty-two and 88-100
(9462.88) together with costs and at
NOW THEREFORE NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN, That said mortgage
will be foreclosed by a sale of the per
sonal property aforesaid to be held at
the front door of the court house in the
City of Minot, Ward-County, North Da
kota, at two o'clock p. m. on the 9th day
of November, 1916, to satisfy the amount
due upon said mortgage, together with
costs and disbursements and attorneys
Dated this 1st day of November, 1916.
A. W. CRARY,
Bradford & Nash,
Attorneys for Mortgagee foreclosing
said mortgage, Minot. North Dakota
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,
COUNTY OF WARD.
In County Court
Before Hon. William Murray, Judge.
In the Matter of the Estate of Katherine
R. Blauvelt, Deceased.
J. I). Van Fleet Petitioner.
J. T. Blauvelt, and all persons interested
in the estate of Katherine R. Blauvelt,
The State of North Dakota to tne Above
Named Respondents, and all Persons
Interested in the Estate of Kather
ine R. Blauvelt, Deceased:
You are hereby notified that the pe
tition of J. D. Van Fleet, Administrator
of the estate of Katherine R. Blauvelt,
late of the city of Jamestown, in the
County of Stutsman, and State of North
Dakota, deceased, has been filed in this
Court, therein petitioning that he be
authorized, empowered and directed to
sell real estate belonging to said deced
edent's estate, described as follows, to
The Southwest Quarter of Section 33,
Township 154 North, Range 86 West of
the ath P. M. That said petition will be
You will find all the comforts of home and a warm wel
come at the
P. and L. CAFETERIA Meals 25 cts. up
Try our short ordeis. We specialize on our steak'. Order what you
want. Pay for what you get. The best cooking in Minot.
H. NEUKOM, Chef. Formerly Chef at The Leland
Beds and Bedding
For the Home at Very Special Prices
STEEL BED—SPECIAL AT $7.25
Fine steel bed (just as
pictured) two-inch con
tinuous posts finished in
either white enamel or
vernis martin easy run
ning casters. Full size,
three-quarter or single.
Specially priced for this week for $7.25
The Furniture Exchange
Under Minot Department Store
C. E. Eckblad, Mgr. Telephone 197
heard by this Court on Monday, the 4th.
day of December A. D. 1916, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day, at the Court
Rooms of this Court, in the Court House
if the city of Minot, County of Ward and
State of North Dakota.
And you and each of you are hereby
cited and required then and there to be
and appear before this court and show
cause, if any you have, why this peti
tion should not be granted.
Dated the 30th day of October, A. D.
By the Court,
Judge of the County Courts
Let the service of this Citation be made
by publication for four successive
weeks in the Ward County Independ
ent, published at Minot, N. D.
FOR SALE OB TRADE
Gall for F. P.