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liLAND DEPARTMENT STORE
Are You Buying Your
It is not always the cheapest price that makes the
cheapest suit in the end. By being certain that there is
quality in the clothes you buy, you are paying the least in
Buy at the
Leland Department Store
and you buy quality
Every boys' suit is carefully selected as to quality—
they are suits that stand the hard wear a boy gives them
and, moreover, they embody the styles of the season.
Three lots for this week
$^95 $J95 SQ95
Some splendid values at $13.50 and $14.75
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
Specials this week only
$1.95 .r?i $2.49
Size 0t% £C
9 to 2
The plant of the Kenmare Journal
has been moved to Minot and is now
consolidated with that of the Ward
Couitty Farmers Press. T^is leaves
but one newspaper at Kenmare, the
Hear the Columbia Grafonola and decide
which size you want sent to your home, we can'
supply you with any finish you prefer, any size
that you nay want. Columbia Grafonolas are
all equipped with the Non-Set Automatic Stop,
works directly from the motor. We have on
hand Grafonolas from $100 to $250.00. We sell
them on'the EASY PAYMENT PLAN, $10.00
own and $2.50 a week. Write for a catalogue,
.ey are free.
LELAND DEPARTMENT STORE
A ten-year-old lad who attends the
McKinley school in his examination
wrote that the capital of the country
is Washington, D. C., and stated that
W. S. Shaw is the president. Dollars
to doughnuts,his dad is a republican.
Beautiful Isle of Somewhere.
Calling Me Home To You.
Can't You Hear Me Calling
Blue Rose Waltz.
Dear Old Pal 0' Mine.
End of a Perfect Day.
Pace to Face.
I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles.
I Love You Truly.
I'll Say She Does.
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows.
Just a Wearin' for You.
Kiss Me Again.
Little Pink Rose.
Little Birch Canoe and You.
Love Here is My Heart.
One Fleeting Hour.
CITY IN BRIEF
Hunters report that many northern
ducks have appeared.
Mrs. H. H. Bragg has returned
from Winchester, Ind., where she
spent several weeks at her former
F. L. Rogers of Grand Forks, man
ager of the Grand Forks branch of
the Fuller Motor Co., is a visitor to
the city this week.
Mrs. W. W. Tyler who has been here
during the summer looking after her
farming interests, left Tuesday for her
home in Minneapolis.
The Minneapolis Operatic Co. favor
ed the students of the Minot Normal
at the Assembly this morning with
six delightful 'numbers.
Mrs. Wm. Murray is recovering
frcm a ten days' illness from the in
fluenza. There is but little of this
disease prevailing in this vicinity.
Mrs. Bertel Jacobson and daughter
Margaret, who spent two months vis
itinsr with Mrs. Jacobson's parents in
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Selken of Free-'
dom township left today for the east
where they expect to invest in a farm!
They have rented their 240 acre farm
southwest of Minot and do not expect!
to return. They have been reading the
eastern advertisements and believe!
that good land can be secured in the
state of New York or some of the!
New England states. They do not
place much credence in the report that!
the land is so hilly in some of the|
eastern states that the farmers have!
to shoe their cattle to keep them from!
sliding down the hillsides.
On Wednesday of this week the
marriage of Clarence P. Hultin of
Donnybrook and Miss Edith Eleanore
Johnson, daughter of Fred Johnson,1
prominent Donnybrook farmer, oc
curred at Tolley. Clarence but re
cently returned from service with the
A. E. F., being the only man in Ivan
hoe township, Renville county, who
enlisted prior to the draft. Miss John
son is a graduate of the Minot Nor
mal school and is a prime favorite
among the younger set in that com
munity. The young people will im
mediately begin housekeeping on a
large farm near Tolley which Mr.
G. 0. Frosaker of Bowbells, the'
father of the Frosaker brothers, prom
inent implement dealers of the city,'
has moved to Minot from Bowbells,!
where he has resiaed for many years
and will now make his home with his
N. C. Macdonald, former state sup
erintendent of public fnstruction, was
a visitor in Minot yesterday. Mac
donald only this week lost his case
against Minnie J. Nielson, in the su
preme court, but he still holds some
sort of an educational position and
was here Wednesday visiting the local
educational institutions. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Macdonald hold g'ood tpaying
state educational positions.
A. W. Ebert, a prosperous farmer
from south of Glenburn, was in the
city Wednesday. Mr. Ebert formerly
lived in Iowa where land is now sell
ing for $350 an acre and where $20'
an acre cash rent is required on some
farm :. He believes that with all of
our ups and downs, mostly downs dur
ing the last four years, we are still
much better off in North Dakota. He
looks for the pendulum to swing back
the other way next year and here's
hoping it gets a good swift start.
TAYLOR DRUG COMPANY
Somewhere a Voice is Calling.
Star of the East.
Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight.
When You are Truly Mine.
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Drugs and.Sporiirig Goods CAP. .H. SOUNDERS. %1gr\
SPALDING FOOT BALL GOODS BASKET BALL SUPPLIES, EASTMAN KODAKS, THERMOS BOTTLES AND LUNCH KITS
HIGHLAND LINEN STATIONERY. FIT YOUR OWN GLASSES BY THE AUTO EY^ TESTER,
Somewhere Down in Tennessee.
Gates of Gladness.
Bring Back Those
I'm Not Jealous.
And That Ain't All.
That Tumble Down
What Will We Do On a Satur
day Night When the Town
While We Drift Along.
While Others Are Building
Castles in the Air.
The Woman Thou Gavest Me.
Oh Moon of the Summer Night.
Oh, You Women.
That's Why I Can't Forget.
Till We Meet Again.
Everybody Want's a Key to My
The Alcoholic Blues.
Take Your Girlie to the Movies.
Rose of No Man's Land.
Moonligiht Down in Dixie.
Won't You Come
My Culjan Dream.
Somebody's Heart is so Lonely.
My Mistical Rose.
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Values to $59.50.
Values to $95.00.
New Chappie Coats
Lea'her-hncd, with large fur collar
Priced very special at
$57.50 and $45.00
Hultin has rented.
Rev. Wilson Johnson, pastor of the
M. E. church at Willow City was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Johnson
during the recent M. E. conference.
'v: v. Johnson was at one time a re
Here is the very newest in
illustrated story books, with
a Columbia Record that goes
with each story, all put up to
gether in a neat and attract
ive, handsomely colored
book, $1.25 each.
There are 9 Bubble Books
to the series. You can get
any part or all of the series.
Here is what part of them
Book No. 1 Singing by
Tom, the Piper's Son, Mary
and Her Little Lamb, Jack
and Jill, Story by Ralph May
hew and Burgess Johnson,
pictures by Rhoda Chase,
Records by Columbia Grapho
Book No. 2 Singing by
Simple Simon, Little Bo
Peep, Old King Cole.
Book No. 3 Singin'g by
The Three Little Kittens, The
Three Little Piggies, The
Three Blind Mice".
Book No. 4—Singing and
games, singing by Miss Jen
nie Jones, The Farmer in the
Dell, Lazy Mary.
"Book No. 5 The Pie Par
ty Bubble Book.
Book No. 6—The Pet Bub
Book No. 7—The Happy Go
Lucky Bubble Book.
Book No. 9 The Merry
Midget Bubble Book.
October Sale of
Coats, Suits and Dresses
A wonderful value-giving sale of suits when the greater part
of the suit-wearing season is ahead.
serve officer in the British army and
when the United States entered the
war he endeavored to enlist but was
turned down. During the war he per
formed valiant service in war relief
work and assisting in the Liberty
Values to $69 00. £IQ CA
Sale Price.. P*K7.DU
Values to $135.00.d»Qe i"|/\
New Dresses $35
In Black Satiiis, Navy, Serges and
$1.5C AN D$2.50 A
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Big assortment of Mandolins, handsomely finished, made of properly
seasoned wood. We have them in the dark or light finish, from 7 to 25
ribs, inlaid fingerboard and edge. We have them at $8.00, $10.00, $12.50
and $15.00. New Flat Model Mandolin, mahogany finish, very well
made, beautiful tone, price each $12.50.
Genuine Hawaiian Ukaleles, made from the best grade of Kaw Wood,
we have them in both the light and the dark finish at $8.75 to $(12.50 each.
We have the best assortmnet of violins at the present time that we
have ever had, they are well made and have excellent tone, made by
experts in the art of making violins, price from $12.00 to $17.50 each.
Half size Violins for girls and boys, $14.00 each.
Biolin Bows from $2.25 to $5.75 each.
Large or small Guitars, we have them all, a dozen distinct models
that we can show you, price from $7.00, $10.00, $12.50 to $15.00 each.
Carrying For All Kinds of Musical Instruments
Excellent tone Harmonicas, made in U. S. A., also some Japanese
manufacture. We have them from 75c to $1.50 each.
Loan drives. In addition to his du
ties as pastor, Rev. Johnson is princi
pal of the Willow City high school
and is prominent in every civic move
ment in his community which has to
do with the welfare of the city.
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