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The Independent's friends feel that
this paper is entitled to publish the
legal proceedings for Ward county.
It has always been the rule to pasB
the business around. Vote for the
Vote for the Independent for the
official county paper as a real service
to the people.
GARDEN COURT TOILET
Our finest line at pogular prices:
Perfume, ounce 1 $1.75
Toilet Water $2.25
Face Powder 75c
Cold Cream 60c
Combination Cream 60c
Every razor that's worth while
Griffon Straight Biade Razor,
an early buy enables us to
sell this at $2.50
Today you cannot equal it at $4.
Gillette Safety $5.00
Auto Strop $5.00
Rotary Razor $5.00
Durham Duplex $1.00
i$2.00 Enders, Eveready, Gem,
Keen Kutter, or King Safety
Safety Razor Blades of all kinds
THe Warner Jones
Safety Razor Blade Sharpener
The best one we ever sold, its
really worth getting, price_$2J»0
Get one now—Westclox Clocks
Jack O' Lantern $3.50
This has radiolite dial
Other Clocks to $6.50
You make no mistake with an
Ingersoll, every model stocked,
guaranteed absolutely by Robt. In
gersoll and Bro., makers.
Yankee Ingersoll $2.80
Other Ingersolls including ordin
ary or radiolite dials and jeweled
models to $11.50. For Gifts they
Elite, box 43c
24 sheets, 24 envelopes, good qual
ity, all colors with nice colored
border to match, per box 43c
Other stationery from 50c to $2.50
You will find an unusual variety
of stock here and complete assort
ments in toilet goods, stationeries,
cigars, tobaccos, pipes, cigars, can
dy, school supplies, place\ tally
cards, etc. inks, 'sporting goods,
traveling helps, shopping helps,
etc. Come in and look around.
FOR THAT COLD
Penslar Laxative Cold Tablets,
nothing* better 25c
Penslar White Pine and Spruce
Bal. with Menthol, its good
Bromo Quinine, De Witt's, Ana
cin, Aspirin, Hills', Cascata Quin
ine, and every well known remedy
for colds, and all well known cough
Cod Liver Extract is a good sea
sonable tonic right now builds
you up $1.00
CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN
Two sizes 60c, $1.20
Very Good Too.
You will always find the popular
The following are a partial list
of popular 35c numbers.
We carry a splendid list of 15c
Out Wh»re tha Wait ••glni—Th»
JapUM* Sandman—Failing' of 8a
loma 'Waltx"—Yon T«U 'In—Darda
nclla—Blue Diamond!—Hold Mi—On
Miami Sbor* Irani, Alici Bin*
Oom—Manyana Tbi Syncopatid
lav* Told Ma Bo
—Whoa* Baby ari Ton—WMipirlnf
of ItOTi—Xn SVMt SaptambaT-—-I
Ola-Ola—Ju*t Uki a Orpiy—Xla
watba'i Malody of Xiova—Iat tha
Boat of tlw Wold Go By—Fluffy
Baflai—My Slxla loiary.
AEOLIAN RECORDS FOR OCT.
Pieces that are popular and in ad
vance of all other selection,**. The
'Aeolian Company are .situated so
that they get the new hits first and
know them when the hear them. For
the past year all the most popular
records have been on the Aeolian list
at least one month ahead of other
records. These records are fine,
clear and non-scatchy. Come and
11a Oood By* and, You Ar*
rm (Sonff)Mah Curly Xaid*d Baby
Victory Medal Received
S. J. Rnsmussen has received from
the government the Victory Medal for
his son, John Rasmussen, who lost his
life whi^e fighting with the A. E. F.
in France. The medal is a beautiful
piece of work, and has the names of
the Aisne, Champagne, and Marne
sectors, engraved upon it, together
with th( names of all of the Allies.
READ THIS LIST
EGG SHELLAC/-. -Qt. 40c
For your, car, or for^any purpose:
2000 sheets hard wound 40c
1000 .sheets 20c
HA LLOWEEN NOV ELTIES
You can always* find some selec
tions here of the seasonable party
novelties: Cards, cut-out Jack-o
Lanterns, Place and Tally Cards,
Invitations, etc. Napkins and
complete party outfits. Look them
over any time. Our regular as
sortment of Place, Tally, Stork,
Wedding Birthday, Congratulation,
etc. Cards are always complete
and are carried with the idea of
selling them. Please consider 'is
in your wants in this line. Most
stores will not monkey with this
class of merchandise, but we are
glad to carry and show if it moves.
Ask the clerk.
PENSLAR WHITE PINE AND
SPRUCE BALSAM COUGH
None better, we have sold it for
years, and can not recommend
a better one 30c 60c
Penslar Cod Liver Extract is a
real tonic $1.00
Penslar Dynamic Tonic $1.50
Ptenslar remedies are guaran
teed and have the formula on each
Make your own cough syrup.-65c
in the construction of'this camera.
That's the reason that
ster can make good pictures with
it from the start.
Think of the fun for the
children in pictures of playmates,
sports and pets. There's pleasure
in them for you, too—and some
day when knickerbockers and hair
ribbons go in the discard, such
pictures will be priceless. We
do the developing and printing.
Other Brnunits up $19.95
Kidaks Jrtm $9.49 up
(By Flor*nca Baiton, loif)—Aloha
by May P*t*rson and Saiha Culbirt
•on—Saw Y* My Savior and Ship
hard Show Mi How to Oo (a beauti
ful rioord)—Hawaiian Twilight and
Honolulu Bay (Walts)—Koniy Olrla
Salictlom and Mary Sonffi—T*ll m*
Mttl* Oypila and That Old Xrlah
Mother of Mlm I lova th* Land of
Old Black Jo* and That's Why
Snow Xrfrv* Yon—In Baby Lud
and Down th* Trail to Mom* Sw**t
Komi—111 B* With Yon In Appla
Blossom Tin* and F*aohl*.
Cuban Moon and Xam*l band—Will
Yon B«m*mb*r or Will Yon rorftt
and April Showari Brine May Tlow
ars—WMaparlng and Xlrmat.
Th* aboT* ari all fin* pl*c*i. Com*
and h*ar th*m.
Records Recently Released
Plantation lonr Oommand*r in
Chlaf March—March of th* Matin**
—•all* Brlca—Bin* Diamond*
Know Why—Dont Tafe* Away Thoi*
•Inn—L* Wana—If Th*r*'i a tor
ar'* Lan* In X*av*n—My Slzl* Xoi-
BrjMnJtar Blua*—Myncopatcd Tamp
—I# Moon—Jn*t Llk* a Oyp*y.
Come and Hear These Records
BENNO DRUG CO.
Kodak, Book, Music, Stationery Store
Mail Orders promptly and carefully filled. Use the
mails or phone us—we are glad to serve you.
BEST FEED FOR LAYING HENS
Composition of Ration Rather Than
Method of Fetdlng Influence*
Experiments in the methods of feed
ing laying hens show that the compo
sition of the ration rather than the
method of feeding lias the greater in
fluence upon egg production. The
tests were mude at the Ohio experi
Rations for laying liens should con
tain from 10 to 12 per cent otf meat
scrap or a good grade of digested
tankage, or their equivalent In skim
The wet lniisli lias some disadvan
tages, it Is found, as It requires somt
time each day to prepare and give the
mash and may cause digestive disturb
ances in t!u fowls if too much is fed.
A satisfactory ration consists in
feeding a grain mlxitire of corn, three
parts oats, one part, by weight, ami
for tiie dry mash ration, ground corn
seven parte, bran 3 parts, meat scrap
five parts. About twice as much grain
as mash should be consumed.
UPGRADING MONGREL FOWLS
Noteworthy Progress Reported by Con
tinued Use of Males of Pur*
Noteworthy success,is reported by
the United States department of agri
culture in grading up mongrel flocks
of poultry by the rontimied use of
males of pure breeding. During the
last fiscal year, according to a state
ment of the luirenu of miimnl imliis-
Purebred White Plymouth Rock Pullet.
try, the third generation of Barred
Plymouth Rock grades showed marked
uniformity in color and type, and
White Plymouth Rock grades showed
much improvement, but did not all
come pure white in color. In both kinds
of grades individuals occurred which
so closely resembled stock of pure
breeding that tt was impossible to tell
the difference by their appearance.
PRESERVING EGGS IN BRINE
Oood After Bight Months if Simple
Measures Are Taktn—Lim* Geed
as Water Olaae.
Eggs laid during April and May are
of better quality for preserving than
are those laid later In the sumnMr.
One pound of air slaked lime -added
to cooled, boiled water is equally as
good a preservative for eggs as water
Only clean, fresh eggs with sound
shells should be "put down." Use an
earthen jar. Stir the lime thoroughly
into the water and drop the eggs in a*
gathered. Some lime settles to the
bottom of the jar but doe$ no harm.
Two or three inches of the solution
should cover the eggs to allow for
evaporation. Keep in a cool place,
preferably in a cellar.
Eggs preserved by this method may
be safely kept for eight months. When
ready for use, remove only the eggs
that are necessary.
CARE FOR CONFINED CHICKS
Much Qreater Attention Needed Along
All Lines Than Those Given
Growing chicks that are kept closely
confined need much greater attention
along all lines than those that have
range. See that they have plenty of
green feeds that have not wilted down
to almost the decaying point and that
the yards are kept sweet. Culling also
la more essentia^ when chicks are
DO NOT MAKE GOOD MOTHERS
•est to Use Incubators and Brooders
With Leghorns, Minorcas and
Leghorns, Minorcas, and similar
breeds, while having many qualities
to recommend them, do not make satis
factory mothers and the work of hatch
ing and brooding the chicks may bo
done more satisfactorily with Incuba
tors and brooders.
Vote for the Ward County Inde
pendent for the official county paper.
A. C. Townley, president of the Non
partisan league, addressed a good siz
ed meeting at the Grand Theatre this
A term of Federal court will be held
in Minot beginning Monday, Judge J.
W. Woodrough of Omaha, Neb., will
Father Corry of Langdon gave a
very patriotic address at the Elks
Home Monday evening, as a part of
a Columbus Day program given under
the auspices of the Knights of Colum
Peter Grindberg, who has been em
ployed at the Automart has accept
ed a position as foreman for the Hqlt
Motor Co. Mr. Grindberg is a thoro
mechanic and a good man for the pos
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
auc ijlberai Adviser is dispensing
Free Advice from his Windy Cave of
Wisdom and Kxperience but it falls on
Deaf Ears, for Advice is quoted at
.00% These Days, with No Takers. He
tells the Fanners how to Farm, the
Banker how to Bank and the Editor
how to Edit, hence these few Protest
For the dining r^om, the library, the
kitchen and living room. Davenport
tables, console tables ,end tables, card
tables. A big stock offered at
Sheriff Hennessy shot and killed an
unidentified whiskey runner near
Westhope during the night. There
were two men in the car and one es
Vote YES live times.
EQUITY MARKET LETTER
Hogs 10 higher.
Range 13.50 to 14.75.
Bulk 14 to 14.25.
Pigs 8 to 14.
Boars 5 to 7.
Cattle steady to 10 lower.
Steers choice to prime 10 to 12.
Good to choice 8 to 12.
Fair to g*od 5.50 to 7.50.
Common to fair 4.50 to 5.50.
Cows and heifers choice to prime
6 to 8.
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
When Folks want Anything Done, they
go to J. Fuller Pep, for he's a Ninety
Horse-Power Booster and Liberal with
his Time and Money for anything to
Better the Town. Ole Hezekiah Use
less allows as how J. Fuller Is trying to
Run Things, but if Folks were all like
Hez, this would be a Hot Sketch of a
Autumn Reduction Sale of
We have a great many bargains in good furniture many people have tsJken advantage of
this sale, so if you wish to get that new piece or a complete suite, come in while the stock
is still complete. The prices we are making at this sale will surely appeal -to you.
Rugs have dropped in price and we will pass this drop on to you. _A 9x12 Wilton that
formerly sold for $195.00 is now $170.00, and this is the best Wilton on the market—
P. C. HAMRE FURNITURE CO.
Weinrebe Block- -Phone 7- -Minot, N. D.
Good to choice 6 to 7.
Butcher bulls 4 to 6.
Grass fed killers-slow.
Steers 1000 lbs. and up 8 to 10.
800 to 1000 lbs., 6 to 8.
500 lbs. to 800 lbs., 4.60 to 6.50.
Good cows and heifers 5.50 tof 7.
Fair to good 4 to 5.
Canners and cutters 3 to 4.25.
Common yearlings 8.50 to 4.50.
Spring lambs 9 ot 10,50.
Seconds 6 to 6.50.
Cull lambs 4 to 5.
Ewes 2 to 4.50.
Bucks 4 to 5.
Wethers 4 to 7.
Yearlings 4 to 9.
Bml lerawi—IfMtlT* imam 15, IMS
1 Arlves 2:15 A. At. departs 2:tS A.
M. Dally Oriental Limited.
3 Arrives 2:00 P. M. departs
A. M., daily Glacier Park Limited,
Spokane to St. Paul.
200 Departs 8:30 A. M., daily. ezo*pt
Sunday, Fargo-Surrey Local.
10 Departs 8:45 A. M., dally except
Sunday Mlnot-St.Paul Local.
30 Departs 4:10 P. M. dally. Red River
Limited, via Grand Fork*.
2 Arrive* 4:00 P. M. departs 4:10
P. M. dally. Oriental Limited via
28 Arrives 11:50 P. M. depart* ll:»l
A .M. daily express and mall only.
222 Arrives 12:15 P." M. daily, except
Sunday, WiHIston-Mtnot Local.
nesday and Friday.
Arrives 2:10 P. M.i departs I:l»
P. M. St Paul to Portal LoeaL
Arrives 4:«0 P. II. Blsmarek to
Minot Local, dally exeept Sunday.
Burt Boaad—Central «ae
AtSvea 1:10 A. M. departs 1:10
Leaves »:45 A. M.. dally exeept
Sunday, Minot-Blamarck LoeaL
Arrive* 9:00 A. M. departs A.
M. loeal freight T» eider. Ttars
day and Saturday.
Arrives 12:01 P. M.: departs M.-SI
P. M. Dally: Portal-St Feel 1
Nothing will ever take the place of
the Hoosier in the Kitchen. Saves
steps, worry and time. These were
purchased at the old price, on top of
which you get a
M. dally Glacier Park Limited,
St. Paul to Spokane.
221 Departs 3:30 P. M., dally sxoept
Sunday Minot-WJlliston Local.
27 Express and Mail, arrive* 9:46 P.
M. departs 9:50 P. M. dally.
199 Arrives 6 P. M. daily except Sun
day Fargo-Surrey Local.
9 Arrives 6.45 P. M., daily exeept
Sunday St. Paul to Minot Local.
29 Arrives 3:15 'P. M.. daily Red
River Limited, St. Paul to Minot.
last Bound—Caatral Tim*
4 Arrives 6:05 A. M. departs
Win Bound—Central ttn
107 Arrives 2:10 A. M. departs S:10
41 Arrives 12:01 P. M. depart* 1|:I0
P. M., Local Freight, Monday, Wsd-
Metal and wood beds
in all the desired fin
ishes. We are show
ing a very attractive
line of brass beds, all
excellent values at the
Offered on sale at