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'f Columbia Grafonolas Hear the Columbia Grafonola in iut record hearing rooms, we have Grafonolas in any size that you may want, from $18.00 to $215 each, sold on the easy payment alan, $5.00 cash payment and then 82.50 per week, according to size of machine. We carry in stock the complete line of Columbia Records, big variety of Norwegian and Swe dish records. Near Soo Station a IE. BARRON. PrMldent. H. E. BYORUM. Cashier R. K. BARRON ARCHIE D. HeCANKBL H. E. BYORUM ThtUgkHhMm There hid* Eveready Flashlights Get one today, yon will ne»i it abound the car, when you are look ins: after your furnace, no matter hrvv dark the nijrht, 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 15c Ea. Three Roads to Success Luck=Thrift= Dishonesty And the greatest of these is "THRIFT" Luck and Dishonesty may make some men rich, but wealth thus acquired usually goes as quick as it comes. There is only one safe and sure road to wealth, and that is Steady, persistent saving. Remember, it is not what a man earns, but what he saves, that counts. Put your money regularly in this bank, where it will not only be absolutely safe, but earns you interest besides. A Savings Account inspires confidence—quickens your energies--gives you firmer courage and hopes --and carries you to achievement and success. We invite ALL your banking business. SlUOtOM JAMES JOHNSON, Chairman Second National Bank of Minot, North Dakota The Twc-Million-Dollar Bank MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM The best Use is none pasteurized too good JQ milk MINOT PURE MILK CO. Phone 1199 Dr. G. Roy Ringo has moved his offices into the Roell building, 119 South Main Street. Telephone 36. 8tf :i& to rr. S55S35 Bismarck, N. D. In retaliation for (the alleged tightening up of farm loans in North Dakota, whicAi the league claims is a political blow aimed at the Nonpartisan organization, dras tic legislation affecting the business of foreign life insurance companies in this state may be expected of the next general assembly, it is reported. Bismarck, N. D. In retaliation for (the alleged tightening up of farm loans in North Dakota, whicAi the league claims is a political blow aimed at the Nonpartisan organization, dras tic legislation affecting the business of foreign life insurance companies in this state may be expected of the next general assembly, it is reported. Foreign life insurance companies hold a large mimner of the farm mort gages in this state, and it is claimed Foreign life insurance companies hold a large mimner of the farm mort gages in this state, and it is claimed TAYLOR DRUG CO. DRUGS AND SPORTING GOODS CAP H. SAUNDERS, Mgr. THERMOS BOTTLES AND LUNCH KITS, SERVICE FLAGS, PATRIOTIC I O 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 books, foot balls, shoulder pads, head gears, sweaters, football shoes, jerseys. Look over our complete line, it will pay you. F. W. ROACH. Vlc« PrMldent W. B. TOOLET, Assistant Cashier JULIUS FAUCHALD V. W. ROACH A. A. ROBINSON BBS they have recently adopted a hostile policy towards investment in North Dakota, owing, the league claims, to Nonpartisan control of state affairs. Miss Hedstrum Receives Letter The following is a letter received by Miss Hedstrum from a pal of the late Lieut. Edgar Fisher1, a former Minot high school boy: France, Sept. 6, 1918. My Dear Miiss Hedstrum: Your letter written a month ago has only just reached me. If -tihe little sketch I made of Edgar has. given pleasure I am very amply repaid for having made it. He enjoyed having it drawn and I enjoyed doing it, so you see I am really already richly reward ed. ga— Phone 721 Johnson's Chocolates When you buy a box of Johnston's Chocolates you can always depend upon that they are fresh, pound i»r half pound boxes at 75c to $1.25. Quintette As sortment, Chocolate Ex traordinary, Swiss Milk, Hutch Bitter Sweets, Chocolate Covered Cher ries, That Package, Brazil Nut. that the Hun troops opposing us might be identified—that is, that we might find out what divisions he had there. Edgar, being an officer in whom great confidence was placed, was chosen to lead the patrol. He realized it was a dangerous mission, but being himself, he went ahead bravely with never a murmur. The task was to cross the river, which is about 40 yards across, gain the biink and take some hostile patrol prisoners or capture one of the enemy posts which we knew were stationed along the bank at close intervals. There were to be three boat loads of men. I don't know just how many in all—probably about 20 to 25. Ed gar's boat was the first across. A landing was made and under his di rection the men pushed up the six-foot bank into the edge of the wheat field that bordered the river at this point. It was inevitable that some slight noise would be made by a boat load of ir.en rowing a river in the dead of night witlh every sound hushed but the chirp of the crj'kets and tlhe night fluttering of birds. According to the sergeant who accompanied Edgar, their boat was scarcely more than landed and they on the bank before a German sentry perhaps 30 or 40 yards further up the bank shot up a white flare. At the time it seems doubtful that the first boat load (had been seen, but the second boatload was just start ing and it may have been this that was heard. Edgar, realizing at once that all hope of surprise was past, called to his men, "come on, men, that's what we're after." (You see, the flare enabled them to locate just where the German post was.) 'With Edgar leading, the men spread out and advanced toward the enemy fir ing as they went. His idea evidently was not only to get his prisoner, but as well to occupy them so that they would not be able to fire on the other two boats and thus prevent his rein forcements from getting across. According to the sergeant, it seems that every German post along the river must have opened up on them. It was a hail of lead that any man might well have shrunk from, there in the dark, with only the flashing of rifles and pistols to guide them. But he still pushed forward, bravely en deavoring to fulfill his mission and get his prisoner. Several of his men were killed by this time, and realizing that being so nearly alone, he could not hope to go forward, ordered the men back to the river in an effort to have them save themselves. As the sergeant told me, every man had felt that he was going to (his own death, but they would have followed Lieutenant Fisher anywhere. So now, they stuck like the heroes they were till they re ceived his order then made for the river. During all this time the enemy fire had been so heavy that the rest of the patrol had been unable to get across in their boats. Perhaps it is juSt as well, since, they, too, would simply have been lost. The sergeant /ays he heard several splashes as he himself dove into the water. That is all he knew. The lfist he saw of Lieut Fisher was while he was still facing (the enemy, fighting to t)he last, You have the knowledge that Lieut. Fisher died as only a m'an can die, revealing to the very last that tre mendous bravery and disregard for I himself which all of us knew he pos sessed. Had he lived he would be yond question have received some dec oration for 'his courageous act. Edgar had made a place for himself in the hearts of the officers and men of the regiment that cannot be entire ly filled. He is mlourned not only as another efficient officer lost, but as a personal friend who ihas joined the 1 No, I am sure the censior will have mo objections to my telling you as much as we know about how he was killed, since the information has noth ing now of military bearing in it. It occurred when we were guarding the Mame River. The Boche were one one bank and we on the other. For several days there had been little ac tivity, and it became desirable that prisoners should be taken in ordeT number of those "gone west". He was splendid in life. He was glorious in the way he gave it for his country. With the deepest sympathy for you and the others of his home circle, I am, Sincerely yours, ROBINSON MURRAY, 1st Lieut. 38th Inf. A. E. F. SUMM0K8 State of North Dakota, County of Ward, ss. In District Court, Eighth Judicial Dis trict. CHRISTIAN MILLER, Plaintiff, vs. HANNAH L. MILLER, Defendant. SUMMONS, "*v 'V 4 jp1 if™. Safety Razors Blades and Shaving Requisites Our Stock Complete At All Time* iJillptte Rafoty Razor $5.00 Gillette Standard Combination Set, ideal for soldiers and travelers, has Safety Razor, Brush and Shaving Stick 96.00 Auto Strop Blades SOo and 91.00 Out-ham Duplex Safety Ilaxor $5.00 Purliiim Duplex Blades, pkpr SOo Kver Heady Safety Razor, each (LOO Hvery Ready Blades, per pkg 60o Hem Safety Razor 91-00 r.em Blades, per package 35o lenders Safety Razor fl.00 lenders Blades, per package 85o Keen ICutter Safety Razor 91-00 Keen Kutter Blades, per pkg. 350 Rexall Shaving Stick, Shaving Pow dor. Shaving Cream, pkg. SSo Collates Shaving Stick, Shaving Powder, Shaving Cream, pkg._.a5o Williams Shaving Stick, Shaving Powder, Shaving Cream, pkg.--3Sc Krank's Lather Kreem, Johnson's Shaving Cream, Mennen's Shaving Cream, per package 35c Mi-nnen's, Colgates, Rexall, Palmer's, Talcum Powders, per l)0x 85c Razor Strops, from 50c to 92.25 Shumate Razors, guaranteed for life, host straight Wade razor on the market, from..$1.00 tq $10.00 each Swedish Razors from $3.00 to $4.50 Fine quality steel, exceptionally good values at these prices. Our Straight Blade Razors are either rounded or square edge made in any width you want, with point. 1 fwrwrt 9 m&iiH ir Slate of North Dakota to the above named Defendant: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action anrl to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thirty days «fter the service of this summons upon you, ex clusive of the day of service, and In cxisr of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by deiault for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated at the city of Granville, County of McHenry and State of North Dakota, this 1st day of June, A. D. HU. vs. Anthony, Elizabeth, Victor, Margaret, Rose, John, William, Frank,'I.eo and Edward Dostert, Respondents. Notice and Citation, Hearing of Final Account and Distribution of Estate. The State of North Dakota to the above named Respondents: You, the said above named Respond ents, are hereby notified that the final account of the Mary Dostert, Adminis tratrix of the estate of John Dostert, late of the town of Uerthold, in the County of Ward, and State of North Dakota, deceased, has been rendered to this Court, therein showing that the estate of said deceased, is ready for final distribution and petitioning that her ac count be allowed, the residue of said estate be distributed to the persons thereunto entitled, her administration closed and she be discharged that Mon day, the 11th day of November, A. D. 1U18, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the Court rooms, in the Court House, in the City of Minot, Coun ty of Ward, and State of North Dakota, has been duly appointed by this Court for the settlement thereof, at which time 'and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his excep tions, in writing to said account and petition and contest the same. I And you, the above named respond ents, and each of you, are hereby cited and required then and there to be and appear before this Court, and show caus'e I if any you have, why said account shall not be allowed, the residue of said es tate be distributed, the administration D. 1918. By the Court: WILLIAM MURRAY, Judge of the County Court. Let Service of the above Citation be made by publication and personal ser vice on those within the state who have not filed waivers. WILLIAM MURRAY, Judge. James Johnson, Attorney for the Estate. 10-10-t4 "i ''"$• ','»V ,•»/ i~ ""V .W C. W. HOOK WAY, Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and Postofflce Address, Granville, McHenry County, North Dakota. Summons and Complaint filiid in .he office of the Clerk of the District Court of Ward Countv, North Dakota on Aug. 2!Uh, 191$. 'J-12-Gt NOTICE AND CITATION, HEARING OF PINAZ. ACCOUNT AND DIS TRIBUTION OF ESTATE State of North Dakota, County of Ward, ss. In County Court, Before Hon, William Murray, Fitall Toilet Kits Pr sailor or soldier friend, adjustable, com pact, light in weight, waterproof, auid* in khald color cloth, or leather that ia flexible and durable. FITALL KITS will hold your brushes, combs, Mirror, complete shaving outfit, and toilot ar ticles. Large medium or small 9iM kit froth $1.50 to $6.50 each Trench Mirrors Many different styles and sizes from 40c to $1.25 each Radiolite Wrist Watches The kind that keep excellent time, lum inous in the dark, a fine quality leath er strap that holds the watch securely in place. We have them at $5.50, $7.50, $8.50 to $15.00 Ingersoll Watches Any model from $1.65 to S15.00 Judge. In the Matter of the Estate of John Dostert, Deceased. Mary Dostert, Petitioner, We are giving our work, our time and our money, but "they" are giving their lives. Anderson Block for Farm and Auto Insurance. Call or Write Soren O. Hagen, Phone 650 Room 17, Anderson Block 12-6-4t Phone 650 Room 17 I YOUR OPPORTUNITY! IRON WANTED We are now paying froni $15.00 to $16.00 per ton for country mixed scrap iron. We also buy copper, brass, rubbers, rags, and all other Junk at highest market prices. NORTHWESTERN HIDE & FUR COMPANY H. L. GLAZER & go., Praps. Just across street from the Dakotah Hotel Phone 1010 Minot Shoe Hospital Co. mnoToi kotix. auos Minot, Hortb Dakota Old Tires Boofffct ul Sold We have gone Into the automobile tire repairing business, and have In stalled a plant and machinery sep arate from the shoe repairing for thl* purpose. Our method of tire repair ing consists of sewing with linen thread two old tires of the same else together—the Inner being a roa4 worn tire and the outer a rim «*t 'jlown-out tire, with a good trsati. wire or rivets are used. Look up xr ship us some of your old tire*. v* can save you some money. Th« •.-» chine Is used for sewing tire* -nit Foil Tnloanlslar Plant Is SOx3) 18.50 36x3*. .14.00 «Ox4 •3*4 J4.50 35*5 fS.M 4x4 1.75 1 of said estate closed and said Mary Dos tert be discharged. I Dated the 7 th day of October, A. I7I4| 35x5 36*5 xoimu mor noi Do You Need a Coal Shed? am I. Blag, Manager The patriotic way to order coal is to have the entire winter's supply delivered at once, early this fall. This saves hauling during bad weather and guarantees your comfort all win ter. But, to do this, you should have a large enough coal shed to properly receive it. It will not cost you very much to build a very serviceable and practical coal shed. We would be very glad to tell you just how to build it in the most economical way. Piper-Howe Lumber Co. "A Safe Place to Trade" !.