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SOAP LAKE MINERAL
Curea rheumatism and eczema.
Thousands have been cared with
these remarkable baths, Soap
Lake Salt and Oil. For sale
by Mrs. L. Muhs, Minot, N. Dak.,
No. 12 Second Street, S. W.,
•ne block west of post office.
Mail orders promptly filled. 1
pound trial package, price 69c.
Telephone or write Jim Caatoel
Take some records home to-night
Think of the pleasure and happiness you can
give your family to-night by taking home some
of these splendid new Columbia Records:^
We carry over 3,000 records in stock
and a complete line of Grafonolas, sold
on easy payments. Come in and here
Ward's Drug Store
Cor. Central Ave. and 1st St. S. W.
Ward Saunders, Mgr.
Burlington if you want to place aa
order for your winter's supply of the
beet Mouse River Lignite on the mar
ket. His mine is now open and he Is
filling orders promptly. 6-18-tf
Money to roan on farm land and
city property. Current rates. No
delay. C. Aurland. Minot, N. D. ti
We are giving our work, our time
and our money, but "they" are giving
Prepare for Winter Weather!
The cool days of autumn are here and soon your good warm winter
clothing will feel mighty comfortable.
You have no doubt gotten mighty tired by this time of hearing about
soaring prices and scarcity of woolens, etc., so that now when we tell
you that we are stocked up heavier than ever with good warm clothing,
which, fortunately we can still sell at very reasonable prices, you may
be somewhat relieved.
A great deal of this stock was bought on a comparatively low mar
ket, and as is our custom, we give you the benefit of these fortunate
Bring any member of the family to our store, and we will do our
best to fit them out at prices that will suit any pocket book.
Children's Underwear—Two Pieces
One lot of children's cotton fleeced underwear. Sizes broken. Prices
25c to 50c per garment
Children's fleeced underwear, union suits, 2 to 16 years, at per suit $1.25
Children's Worsted Union Suits, 2 to 16, for boys and girls $1.50, $1.75
Ladies' cotton fleeced, 2-pieced underwear, sizes 36 to 44, at
-7 50c and $1.00 per garment
Ladies' Cotton Fleeced Union Suits, high neck, Dutch neck, long sleeves,
half sleeves and no sleeves, in all sizes. Priced from $1.25 to $2.00
Ladies' Union Suits, silk mixture $2.50 to $3.50
Ladies' Wool and Silk Union Suits $4.50 to $6.50
Compare the above prices with others.
Crab Apples, while they last, per box $3.00
These are the last of the season.
Coffee Special, per lb.
LIBERTY BRAND SYRUP
FRESH MILK AND CREAM DAILY
Everything to Eat and Wear
PHONJES 272 and 273
Minot, N. Dak.
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BRIEF STATE NEWS
These are the saddest words by far,
The saddest said by wives of men:
The saddest words I speak of are:
"That darn collector's here again!"
Women are running elevators, driv
ing taxicabs and filling cashier's cages
in Fargo banks to full satisfaction.
I. L. Doheity, for the past five yearn
publisher of the Dunn Center Settler,
has been accepted in the Officers'
Training school and cxpects a call to
service any day.
The Priest's Ranch, located about
10 miles south of Mott and managed
by Peter Heinzman, had a disastrous
fire last week when the large barn and
five head of horses were edstroyed.
The Plaza Pioneer favors having
the chairman of the North Dakota
central committees get into the ring
and fight it out to decide which ticket
fVancis Perrin of Velva put a piece
of calcium carbide into a barrel'con
taining some water. He brought a
torch near and produced acetylene
light in a hurry with the result that
both ends were blown but of the bar
rel and the boy had a lame foot.
Half the business district of Beulah,
Mercer county, lies in ruins as a re
sult of fire that broke out in the Beu
lah garage last week. The blaze
which is thought to have been due to
spontaneous combustion, caused a loss
estimated at $30,000.
Tuesday evenmg was the occasion
of a memorable event in the history
of the Hazen Masonic order when
Merklan Lodge No. 116 of that city
was constituted by Grand Master Vick
of Cavalier, assisted by Grand Junior
Deacon Ripley and other bretheni
from that city.
A surprise package in the shape of
a $300 check was handed Mrs. Steb
bins of Ambrose in payment of the
insurance policy of her son Raymond,
who died at the Great Lakes training
camp. This was in back payment,
and Mrs. Stebbins will receive $25 a
month for 20 years, when the policy
will be fully paid up.
An exchange remarks: "It is an ill
wind that blows no one good." The
federal government has wisely decid
ed that it is foolish to waste grain in
the manufacture of "kickless booze."
Therfore the output of this derned
April foolish "near beer" is to bo re
duced fifty per cent the coming year.
Drinking "near beer" is just like mak
ing a mistake in the dark and kissing
your own wife instead of the hired
Christ Holden, well known resident
of Bentley, suffered a serious accident
last week when the car he was driving
turned turtle. He was driving at a
rate of speed when, the front wheels
of the car hit a rut or bump in the
road, which threw the car completely
over, pinning Mr. Holden beneath it
for a time. His left shoulder blade
and left arm were broken in the mix
A telegram is waiting at the Lang
don postoffice for Luther Lathrop of
Mack, Minn., who is working with a
threshing crew in the vicinity of
Langdon. The telegram comes from
Blanch Lathrop of Appleton, Wis.,
and advises him that his father is
dead. Persons knowing Mr. Lathrop
will confer a favor on him by notify
ing him of the telegram at once.
Last week, four men who had been
employed with a threshing rig near
Leeds, went into town after working
one or two days, and spread the report
that they did not get enough to eat,
and warned other men about hiring
out there. They were immediately
arrested and an investigation made
which proved that they were trouble
makers. The sheriff was called up
and he took the men to Minnewaukan
and lodged them in the county jail.
Fred Nolting of Loraine sustained
a fracture of the right arm Saturday
evening caused by falling from a load
of hay which he was mowing away in
a barn. He was working on the load
when the hay fork got out of order
and while in the act of adjusting the
rope, he lost his balance and fell from
the load, striking the ground with
such force and in such a manner as to
break his arm at the wrist joint.
Word was received in Williston dur
ing the past week by friends of Sander
Aaberg to the effect that he had been
captured by the Germans and had
been held by them for a period of
three days, after which time he es
caped and forced his way back to the
American lines. During the three
days he was held captive by the Ger
mans he was not given any food. He
was not injured in any way except
that he was very weak from the lack
Thomas Allen Box of Casselton,
who has been very close to Townley
in the past, has been severed from
the payroll of the state council of de
fense, and John B. Brown, a young
newspaper man who came to North
Dakota from Wisconsin about two
years ago, and who has since that
time served the Courier-News of Far
go as capitol correspondent, the Unit
ed States department of agriculture
as farm help specialist and the North
Dakota Council of Defense as assist
ant secretary, has been installed in
A sad accident happened at Hamil
ton Monday evening which resulted in
the death of Miss Myrtle Menzie,
daughter of Robert Menzie of Pratt
ford. As near as we can learn Miss
Menzie, who was employed in the bank
of Hamilton and making her home at
F. A. Argue's, the president of the
bank, was adjusting a gasoline lamp
in the evening, when the gasoline,
thru some cause, spilled over and the
lamp exploded and set her clothes on
fire. All that medical aid could do
was done but she died the following
Youths between 19 and 20 years of
age and men between the ages of 32
and 36 inclusive, who registered last
week, will be the first called to the
colors, it Tias been announced from
Washington, and until the supply of
available fighting material in their
ranks has been exhausted older men
are supporting the government by
rf membership in the Federal Reserve
System, the backbone of the nations bank
ing organization. This enables us to do
our share in assisting the government in
handling its financial problems, and to ex
tend to business and industry their proper
measure of accommodation.
The Union National Bank
Minot, N. Dak.
THE FRANK W. YOUNGMAN LAND CO.
13 First Street Southwest, Minot, N. D.
FRANK W. YOUNGMAN LAND COMPANY'S AD NO. 1—
A quarter section of land just off the Mouse River this side of
Foxholm, $20.00 per acre. There is a set of buildings and 180
acres will be sown to rye, terms reasonably easy and a low rate
of interest. Here is a good thing for some one. There is also
spring water on this place and it will make a nice general farm.
FRANK W. YOUNGMAN LAND COMPANY'S AD NO. 2—
This farm might interest you 160 acres with 100 acres culti
vated and a $4000 barn, splendid water and a house and other
buildings, with 2 or 3 quarter sections leased, this is an especial
ly good stock farm. The owner offers it for sale on account
of ill health but has made lots of money on this place. Price
$40 per acre, $1,000 down and the balance on crop payments.
For some one who has a bunch of stock this is a good thingi
FRANK W. YOUNGMAN LAND COMPANY'S AD NO. 3—
We are offering a 200-acre general stock and grain farm near
Chicago, we would sell it on reasonably easy terms at a low
rate of interest, and might take in some North Dakota land as
part payment. Land near Chicago is worth more than North
Dakota land and this is about a $45,000 investment. This farm
is under a high state of cultivation and has all kinds of build
ings, silo, etc., lots of soft well water and it is in the corn and
wheat belt. All kinds of markets. If you can handle this and
would like a farm near Chicago it is a good opportunity. SEE
FRANK W. YOUNGMAN LAND 'COMPANY'S AD NO. 4—
We have several suburban acre lots suitable for gardening and
poultry raising and for suburban homes for retired farmers or
others. If interested we would be pleased to show you what
we have. SEE YOUNGMAN.
FRANK W. YOUNGMAN LAND COMPANY'S AD NO. 5—
We have some, splendid farms around Minot, in fact we can
locate you on anything you desire, tell us what you want and
we will match your inclinations both as to price, terms, etc.
FRANK W. YOUNGMAN LAND COMPANY'S AD NO. 6—
We have a great many applications from good tenants who de
sire to rent farms, it would pay you to list your farms with us
either for sale or rent. SEE YOUNGMAN.
THE FRANK W. YOUNGMAN LAND CO.
13 First Street Southwest, Minot, N. D.
will not be inducted into service.
Questionnaires will go out first to
registrants of these ages and local
boards have been instructed to pro
ceed with their speedy classification
so that some of tnem may be called
Farmers do not have to haul their
grain directly to market after thresh
ing. The government has instituted
a very thorough system of reporting
the yields received, every thresher
It jf S-fJff* I rW,i.
having to report the amount «f grain
threshed on each farm. In thW way
a complete account of all grain raised
in the country 'rill be available
government and whenever the grain
is needed the farmers who 1mt« not
hauled the grain out will be expected
to do so. It will be a good idm for
every farmer who sells grain for seed
to take a receipt for such aale to
show that he is not hoarding any of
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