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Minot Readers Can No Longer Doubt
This grateful citizen testified long
Told of quick relief—of undoubted
The facts are now confirmed.
Such testimony is complete the
It forms convincing proof of merit.
W. C. Maddocks, Westby, N. D.,
•ays: "I was annoyed by a sharp
catch in the small of my back. At
times my back got very sore and lame
and I had a bearing-down ache
through my loins. The kidney secre
tions were profuse and irregular in
passage. Doan's Kidney Pills removed
OVER TWO YEARS LATER, Mr.
Maddocks said: "When a cold set
tles on my kidneys, Doan's Kidney
Pills always bring good results."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Maddocks has twice publicly rec
ommended. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
10 CENT "0A80ABET8"
IF BILIOUS 0£ COSTIVE
For Sick Headache, 8our 8tomaeh,
Sluggish Liver and Bowel*—They
work whllo you sleep.
Purred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indiges
tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and
clogged bowels, which cause your
stomach to become filled with undi
gested food, which sours and ferments
like garbage in a swill barrel. That's
the first step to untold misery—indi
gestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow
skin, mental fears, everything that is
horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret
to-night will give your constipated
bowels a thorough cleansing and
straighten you out by morning. They
work while you sleep—a 10-cent box
from your druggist will keep you feel
ing good for months.
S E I A
MINOT And VICINITY
Over in Morton county a number of
parents were fined for failing to send
their children to school.
The Hazen Star editor maintains
that there are a number of illicit pub
lications in that vicinity.
C. M. Cleveland, a well known Me
dora rancher, recently sold 200 head of
Hereford cattle to Walter Odenthal
Chas. Roosevelt, a cousin of the
irrepressible Teddy, bought fifty head
of cattle from Geo. A. Keller of Ban
try, for his Montana ranch.
With exactly 800 students already
enrolled in the University of North
Dakota, a greatly increased enrollment
over last year is assured.
One of the banks at Dunn Center
has erected a granary on the rear of
its lot and will buy and store good
seed wheat, which will be resold to the
farmers next spring.
Never before was there such a de
mand for property in Garrison as
during the past few weeks. Many
deals have been made that show the
growing spirit of the town.
Fargo has a Presbyterian church
for colored people, which was organ
ized Sunday last, with 15 members,
and it is stated more than 50 people
About twenty-four cases of red
measles are reported in Ashley and
vicinity. No quarantine, as yet, has
been placed upon the homes affected
by the malady.
A Dodge car driven by Mrs. H. E.
Ross went off the grade on Dead
Man's curve, a dangerous spot in the
Red Trail. The car turned turtle and
the four women it contained were
buried beneath. One of the women re
ceived a few minor scratches and the
others went thru the accident unin
jured. Their escape from death was
miraculous. The accident was caused
by an attempt to pass a hay rack, and
turning out too far.
One editor (name not mentioned)
uses the style and meter of the
''Charge of the Light Brigade" in de
scribing the dresses worn by some of
the fair ones. He says: "Half an inch,
PENNANTS 25® to $1.00
LEATHER CUSHION COVERS
and TABLE RUNNERS...$1.00 up to $10.00
Bronchial troubles so prevalent at this season of the year
should receive prompt attention in their incipient stage.
Our stock contains innumerable articles convenient in the
treatment of troubles of this character.
Use an atomizer to spray your throat and nasal passages.
We have them in all sizes ranging in price from
50c to $1.50
HOT WATER BOTTLES $1.00 to $2.00
COMBINATION BOTTLES $8.00 to $4.50
(We allow you 50c for the old bottle)
FEVER THERMOMETERS—indispensable—should be in
every household. Guaranteed
accurate at from $1.00 to $1.50
The finest antiseptic on the market. Used as a gargle it
will prevent Pyorrhea—that most painful and disagreeable
affection of the gums. Try a small bottle and be convinced
of its superior merits as a germicide and as awash for the
teeth, mouth and throat.
PETERSON & NELSON
42 South Main Phone No. 4 Minot, N. D.
is the "blue carton" which you have
seen advertised. It contains five home
size MAZDA Lamps and costs you only $1.35
—which is less than a single "tungsten" lamp
cost you a few years ago.
Buy this 5-lamp carton, fill the empty
sockets, and have extra lamps always on hand.
We sell only the genuine Sunbeam Brand
''National Quality" MAZDA Lamps.
Minot Electric Company
116So. Main Minot,N.D.
half an inch, half an inch shorter,
whether the skirts are for mother or
daughter. Briefer the dresses grow,
fuller the ripples flow, while fleeting
glimpses show more than they
Abraham Hess, the ten-year-old son
of Rabbi Hess, of Wishek, suffered the
fracture of his right collar bone. He
was playing about with other children
when the accident occurred.
Governor Hanna and E. J. Taylor,
state superintendent of public instruc
tion, were the principal speakers at
the dedication of the splendid new
high school building at Garrison last
Attorney M. J. Mullen of Crary had
the misfortune to injure his ankle
quite badly last week, when he slipped
and fell on an icy sidewalk in Ford
ville. The small bones in the ankle
Peter Carey, 1-year-old son of An
ton Carey, of St. Vincent, Morton
county, was hit by an automobile and
received a broken arm and had his
head badly injured. The accident oc
curred three miles from the St. Vin
Jack Mullen, former employee of
the Tri-State Telephone Co., is serv
ing a sentence of thirty days in the
county jail at Grand Forks. Mullen
confessed to the theft of a large quan
tity of supplies from the company's
Horses are being bought in all parts
of the state to be shipped to Europe
for the warring countries, and there
have recently been several carloads,
sent from North Dakota. A shipment
of four carloads were sent from Lang
don this week, which were bought by
Robt. Lewis, living west of Russell,
met with a serious accident Saturday
morning, when he lost control of his
horses hitched to a drill. He was
thrown off the drill in between the
horses, having four ribs and his col
lar bone broken. At this writing he
is getting along as well as can be ex
Swindlers are active in North Da
kota and other northwestern states,
swindling the farmers by taking ad
vantage of their slight knowledge of
the new Rural Credit law. Their mode
of procedure is to approach the farm
er stating that they are solicitors for
the Federal Rural system and offer
stock to the farmer in Farm Loan
banks at $150 to $200 a share, and
take payments in any amounts it may
be convenient for the farmer to make.
$15.00 to $225.00
Taylor Drug Company
A recent investigation made by the
U. S. Public Health Service in con
nection with studies of rural school
children showed that 49.3 per cent
had defective teeth, 21.1 per cent had
two or more missing teeth, and only
16.9 per cent had had dental atten
tion. Over 14 per cent never used
a tooth brush, 59.2 per cent used one
occasionally and only 27.4 per cent
17 No. Main St. Near Soo Station Minot, No. Dak.
Have You Seen
It is a Perfect Little Wonder
HE lightest running sewing machine ever built.
The machine with more real new mechanical
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The most valuable sewing machine inventions in
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used one daily. Defective teeth re
duce physical efficiency. Dirty, sup
purating, snaggle-toothed mouths are
responsible for many cases of heart
disease, rheumatism, and other chron
ic affections. The children are not re
sponsible for the neglected state of
their teeth. The ignorant and care
less parent is to blame for this condi
tion—a condition which hampers men
A 2071, 10 in., 75c—Rose of My Heart.—Lohr. Orchestra accompani
ment. Grace Kerns, soprano, and Reed Miller, tenor. Kilkenny
(An Old Irish Air.) Harmonized and arranged by Rudolf Thaler.
Orchestra accompaniment. Charles Harrison, tenor.
A 2073, 10 in., 75c.—0 My Father—McGranahan. Orchestra accom
paniment. Columbia Mixed Quartette. We Thank Thee, 0 God,
for a Prophet—Fowler and Norton. Orchestra accompaniment.
Andrea Sarto, baritone.
A 2077, 10 in., 75c.—Kalaluhi's Hawaiian Medley of Hulas. Introduc
ing (1) "My Honolulu Tom Boy," (2) "My Honolulu Hula Girl,"
(3) On the Beach at Waikiki," (4) "Waikiki."—Cunha and Kai
limai. Hawaiian Orchestra accompaniment. George Kalaluhi's
Hawaiians. Waiu Lulilui. Guitars and ukalele trio. Helen Lou
ise, Frank Ferera and Sam Kaiona.
A 2079, 10 in., 75c.—Liberty Bell March—Sousa. Prince's Band.
Standard Bearer March—Fahrbach. Prince's Band.
A 2089, 10 in., 75c.—Sweet Genevieve—Tucker. Violin, 'cello and
piano accompaniment. Taylor Trio. Silver Threads Among the
Gold—Danks. Violin, 'cello and piano accompaniment. Taylor
A 2084, 10 in., 75c.—For Dixie and For Uncle Sam—Ball. Orchestra
accompaniment. Peerless quartette. Way Out Yonder in the
Golden West—Wenrich. Orchestra accompaniment. Dolly Con
A 2085, 10 in., 75c.—Across the Rio Grande—Ball. Orchestra accom
paniment. Peerless Quartette. When Orders Come to Go—Ha
ger. Orchestra accompaniment. Henry Burr, tenor.
A 2083, 10 in., 75c.—Just One Day—Lange. Orchestra accompani
ment. Peerless Quartette. Not So Very Far From Zanzibar—
Olman. Orchestra accompaniment. Sterling Trio.
A 2081, 10 in., 75c.—When the Black Sheep Comes Home—Berlin.
Orchestra accompaniment. Ernest Aldwell, tenor. Turn Back
the Universe and Give Me Yesterday—Ball. Orchestra accom
paniment. Ernest Aldwell, tenor.
A 2082, 10 in., 75c.—Come On and Baby Me—Meyer. Orchestra ac
companiment. Marguerite Farrell, soprano. Love is Just a Lot
tery—Von Tilzer. Orchestra accompaniment. Grace Nash, so
prano, and M. J. O'Connell, tenor.
A 2090, 10 in., 75c.—Zaragoza. Franco. Jota. National Spanish
Dance. Infantry Band of Havana. Luis Casas, conductor. Amo
rose—Franco. Waltz. Infantry Band of Havana. Luis Casas,
A 2028, 10 in., 75c.—Bonnie Sweet Bessie—Gilbert. Orchestra ac
companiment. Grace Kerns, soprano. When the Roses Bloom—
Reichardt. Orchestra accompaniment. Grace Kerns, soprano.
A 2057, 10 in., 75c.—The Band Festival at Plum Center—Doty. De
scriptive trio. Steve Porter, Ada Jones and Byron G. Harlan.
New York Hippodrome Rehearsal—R. H. Burnside. New York
Hippodrome Chorus and Manager.
A 2074, 10 in., 75c.—La Feria—La Reja—Lacombe. Little Symphony
Orchestra. George Barrie, conductor. Aubade No. 1—Lalo.
Arranged by H. Mouton. Little Symphony Orchestra. George
A 2080, 10 in., 75c.—Now He's Got a Beautiful Girl—Snyder. A1 Jol
son, comedian. You Ain't No Relation of Mine—O'Connor and
Horn. Orchestra accompaniment. George O'Connor, character
A 2078, 10 in., 75c.—The Lee Family—Rogers and Vodei Orches
tra accompaniment. Bert Williams, comedian. I'm Gone Before
I Go—Carroll. Orchestra accompaniment. Bert Williams, com
A 2075, 10 in., 75c.—Angels Meet Me at the Crossroads—Hays. Or
chestra accompaniment with Banjo eflect by Harry C. Browne.
Harry C. Browne, baritone. Angel Gabriel—Stewart. Orchestra
accompaniment with Banjo effect by Harry C. Browne. Harry
C. Browne, baritone.
A 2086, 10 in., 75c.—He's Got a Bungalow—Ward. Orchestra ac
companiment. Arthur Fields, baritone. The Dance of All Na
tions' Ragtime Ball—Gotler. Orchestra accompaniment. Anna
Chandler, mezzo soprano.
A 2091, 10 in., 75c.—There's a Little Bit of Bad in Every Good Little
Girl—Clarke and Fischer. Irving Kaufman, tenor. In Florida
Among the Palms—Berlin. Orchestra accompaniment. Irving
A 2088, 10 in., 75c.—Somewhere There's a Little Cottage Standing—
Marshall. Orchestra accompaniment. Henry I. Marshall, bari
tone. You Were Just Made to Order for Me—Von Tilzer. Or
chestra accompaniment. Marguerite Farrell, soprano, and M. J.
These are the Rotoscillo movement making it run as light as a feather and the Toggle-link
movement taking out all noise and friction.
"~The FREE has countless other improvements such as the Automatic tension release prevent
ing trouble with tensions, automatic-lift raising the head ready for sewing, ball-bearing treadle
making it run like magic, rotary spool pin, causing the thread
to unwind evenly, dustless japanning which simplifies house
keeping its case is dainty, small and elegant and was de
signed to ornament any room—it is built of Mahogany.
We buy your old machine
Lidstrom Furniture Company
tal and physical growth and puts a
permanent handicap on our future cit
izens. School teachers can and are
doing much in inculcating habits of
personal cleanliness on the rural
school child, but this will fail of the
highest accomplishment unless par
ents co-operate heartily and continu
ously. This is a duty which we owe
Beautiful when closed.
Fumed Oak, or Golden Oak in many styles.
No iron can be seen when the machine is closed, and its
self-raising treadle lifts entirely out of sight. When you
want to sew you only have to turn back the lid—the head
comes up, the treadle goes down, the belt is on, all ready for
you to ruffle, tuck, hem or fell.
The FREE is absolutely guaranteed, not simply for a short
term of years, but for life. The wonderful construction of
The FREE makes it practically indestructable.
125 So. Main St. Minot, N. Dak.
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