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The Ward County independent. [volume] (Minot, Ward County, N.D.) 1902-1965, October 03, 1918, Image 7

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Columbia Grafonolas
Hear the Columbia Grafonola in
our record hearing rooms, we have
Grafonolas in any size that you
nay want, from $18.00 to $215
each, sold on the easy payment
»lai, $8.00 cash payment and then
12.50 per week, according to size of
machine. We carry in stock the
eoaplete line of Columbia Records,
big variety of Norwegian and Swe­
dish records.
Cart Preai Lieut. Huston.
The Iadependent this week received
a, card from Lieut. Howard Huston,
ijrom Nantes, Prance, and dated Aug.
16. He says: "I am to leave the hos­
pital today. Go to a replacement
camp and expect to return to the 59th
from there.
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Near Soo
Station
feel fine and my wound
has healed nicely Have enjoyed my
vacatioa very much and am ready to
give Fritz another rush now. Re­
R. •. BARRON, PrMldeat.
H. B. BTORtm. Cashier
R. m. BARRON
AKCHIB D. IfcCANNBL
H. B. BTOHUM
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Eveready Flashlights
Get one today, you will need it
around the car, when you are look­
ing after your furnace, no matter
how dark the night, an Eveready
Flashlight will always serve your
purpose.
We have them from 75c to $3.00
We guarantee our batteries to give
entire satisfaction.
Flashlight Bulbs, any size 15e Sa.
gards to all."
It appears that there is some doubt
as to the Teport circulated in the press
last week about Lieut. Huston being
gassed. It is believed that his name
should have been in the list of those
who have returned to duty, instead of
those who were gassed.
Oct. 12 Liberty Day.
Saturday, October 12th, is the 426th
Your income may stop
any time but your
expenses will
keep right on
Ever look at it in this way
If you haven't, just give this matter a little serious thought.
Every man with a human being dependent upon him, owes it to his
sense of decency to save part of his income. For only money saved
and accumulated can mean permanent safety for the weak.
If Y-O-U-R income should suddenly stop, who would take care of
your family, provided you have no bank account?
It's a shame for a man to spend ALL he earns, and then if his income
stops, let his wife and children suffer for his thoughtlessness.
The man with a few dollars in the bank never knows the gnawing
and remorseless anxiety of the coming days should his income suddenly
stop, because he knows he has the means for meeting his expenses until
he connects with another job.
Wouldn't it pay you to do a little personal calculating on the above,
and if you have not already started a bank account, do so today with us.
snuioioaa
JAJUK JOHNSON. Chairman
Second National Bank
of Minot, North Dakota
The Two-Million-Dollar Bank
MEMBER
FEDERAL RESBRVK
SYSTEM
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F. W. ROACH. V1m President
W. B. TOOLBY, Assistant Cashier
JULIUS FAUCHALD
F. W. ROACH
A. A. ROBINSON
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TAYLOR DRUG CO.
DRUGS AND SPORTING GOODS CAP H. SAUNDERS, Mgr.
THERMOS BOTTLES AND LUNCH KITS, SERVICE FLAGS, PATRIOTIC
I O W S O O E S N O N E A A E O N A I N E N S A A
ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES, HIGHLAND LINEN STATIONERY, CLASS­
ICAL AND POPULAR SHEET MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF
ALL KINDS.
SPAULDING FOOT
BALL GOODS
We have in stock just
what you want in the foot­
ball line, rule hooks, foot
halls, shoulder pads, head
shears, sweaters, football
shoes, jerseys. Look over
our complete line, it will
pay you.
anniversary of the discovery of Am­
erica and President Wilson has pro­
claimed it Liberty Day. He asks
every city, town and countryside to
celebrate the day.
U. S. SOLDIERS INVADE CANDO.
Cando, N. D., Oct. 1.—On a special
train, 307 strong American troops in
khaki arrived in Cando Monday noon,
from Camp Dodge. They marched up
3 Miles We^l of Minot
Trrtn' •.t'.-frrr
Phone
721
Johnson's Chocolates
When you buy a box of
Johnston's Chocolates you
can always depend upon
that they are fresh, pound
or half pound boxes at 75c
to $1.25. Quintette As­
sortment, Chocolate Ex­
traordinary. Swiss Milk,
Dutch Bitter Sweets,
Chocolate Covered Cher­
ries, That Package, Brazil
Nut.
the middle of the street with knap­
sacks, .smiles and Yankee yells, to tne
auditorium, their temporary barracks.
No, they did not come to save Cando
and Towner county from German in­
vasion, but to help to save the crop
that will furnish the "staff of life" to
their fighting comrades and friends
overseas. Here is the song these boys I
composed and sang on the way upj
here—to the tune of "When You Wore'
a Tulip—"
"We are all here in Cando, I
We are all here in Cando,
We come here to thresh out that grain
The farmers they need us,
Uncle Sam says you'll feed us,
We came here ahead of the rain.
North Dakota should be happy,
Camp Dodge boys are snappy,
But we have not long to stay.
So pull off the Big Show,
Where the Dodge boys will all go
In your dear old Cando town."
PETITIONS CIRCULATED
AGAINST BOND ORDINANCE
Petitioners Demand That City Com­
mission Reconsider Bonding Ordi­
nances and Submit Same to a
Vote of Minot Electors.
Petitions are being circulated to­
day, protesting to the city commission'
against the ordinance providing for
$6,000 negotiable coupon bonds for
street machinery, machinery house'
and equipment $25,000 bonds for the1
purchase of tools, machinery and I
equipment for the fire department,
and $85,000 in bonds for the construc-j
tion of a reinforced concrete reservoir
on Block 4, Charlebois addition to the
city of Minot, all three of which or
dinances were passed Oct. 1, 1918. The
petitioners demand that the board re­
consider and repeal said ordinances
and submit ana refer the same to a
vote of the electors pursuant to the,
statutes of the state of North Dakota.
Death of Aged Van Huren Township
Farmer.
Michael Adams, aged 80 years, died
early last week, at the home of his
son, Jacob, in Van Buren township.
The funeral was held at the Lynch
Lutheran church on the Friday fol­
lowing his death. The deceased was
born in southern Russia and came to
this country in 1901, homesteading in
Van Buren township. He leaves 84
grandchildren and 38 great grand­
children. His surviving children are:
John and Jacob, and Mrs. Gottlieb
Frye, of Van Buren township, Mrs.
John Marche, Hoople, N. I)., Mrs. Ja­
cob Yarke and Mrs. Jacob Beltz, East
Grand Forks.
A. E. Hayes, the Upham potato
king, has finished digging his potato
crop near Upham. He shipped out
37 carloads.
Glenburn Advance: The Glenburn
elevators find it difficult already to
get cars to move the grain. While the
elevators are not full, at present
prices the elevator men cannot afford
to fill up their bins and carry the in­
surance as well as the money invest­
ed on present margins. The insur­
ance and interest on 25,000 bushels of
wheat amounts to a big sum in a very
short time.
Glenburn Advance: Ansel Donnelly
got 614 bushels of wheat from 35
acres. This was net weight at the
elevators. This is a little better than
1.8 bushels to the acre and we believe
it will be the record for this locality.
The wheat was grown on corn ground.
Mr. Donnelly has forty acres of good
corn, which he is now feeding to sixty
five pigs and at present prices they,
too, are running into money. It ev­
idently pays to farm well, even in
North Dakota.
Safety Razors
Blades and Shaving Requisites
Our Btoek Complete At
All Timii
irlllette Safely Razor. 5.00
'''.'i61'® Standard Combination Set
ideal for soldiers and travelers, has
Safety Razor. Rrush iinrt Sharing
Stick M.00
Auto Strop Glades soc Md~91 00
Murham Duplex Safety Razor._t5.00
Durham Duplex Rlades, pkg 50c
kver Ready Safety Razor, each 11.00
Every Ready Blades, per pksr 60o
rtom Safety Razor ... VJkiSS
fipiri Blades, per package 350
Enders Safety Razor 91.00
Enders Blades, per package 25c
Keen Kutter Safety Razor U.00
Keen Kutter Blades, per pksr.. aso
Rexall Shaving Stick, Shaving Pow
ler. Shaving Cream, pkg. 350
toleatrs Shaving Stick, Shaving
.powder, Shaving Cream, pkg._.a5c
Williams Shaving Stick, Sharing
Powder, Shaving Cream, pkg. 35c
Krank's Lather Kreem, Johnson's
Shaving Cream, Mennen'a Shaving
Cream, per package 350
Mennen's, Colgates, Rexall, Palmer's,
Talcum Powders, per box. -85c
Razor Strops, from 50o to 93.25
Shumate Razors, guaranteed for llfa,
best straight blade razor on the
market, from—91.00 to $10.00 Mch
Swedish Razors from 93.00 to 94.50
Fine quality steel, exceptionally
good values at these prices.
Our Straight Blade Razors are
sither rounded or square edge,
made in any width you want, with
point.
The soft pedal is an exaggeration, We have the only one, and yet we nnu^t say
we have a number of mighty fine HOCSTEIN" and GUF/tNSEY COWS for sale.
Now, you tell us what you expecft and desire and we will try to please you in more
ways than one.
REMEMBER—Honest, Reliable Dealing
EHR'S STOCK FARM
Fitall Toilet Kits
This is a serviceable present for jfir
sailor or soldier friend, adjustable, mm
pact, light in weight, waterproof, aade
in khaki color cloth, or leather that is
flexible and durable. FITALL KISS
will hold your brushes, combs, Minor,
complete shaving outfit, and toils! ar­
ticles. Large medium or small
kit from $1.50 to $6.59 sash
Trench Mirrors
Many different styles and sizes
from 40c to $1.28 each
Radiolite Wrist Watches
The kind that keep excellent time, In—
inous in the dark, a fine quality leath­
er strap that holds the watch secarely
in place. We have them at
$5.50, $7.50, $8.50 to $15.09
INGERSOLL WATCHES
Any model from $1.65 to $15.99
Safety Razors
Auto Strop Safety Razor $5.09
Gillette Safety Razor $5.09
Gem, Durham Duplex, Eveready Safety
Safety Razor Blades for all styles
Razor $1.99
Safety Razor Blades for all styles
Safety Razors, Shaving Cream, Stick,
Powder, Lotion, Razor Strops.
S A E
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See that your Storm Windows and Storm
Doors are perfectly tight. Now is the time
to make provision for winter.
See us about Storm Win­
dows and Storm Doors.
Oox-Emmerson Lumber Oe.
CZECH REGIMENT RECEIVES COLORS
President l'oincniv ul Franco presenting stand of colors 10 a Czecb**
Slovak regiment that is fighting the Huns on the western front.
WM. EHR. Pi letor
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