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the leading auctioneers of America will
teil you there is one real horse, cattle and
land anctioneer and if you are going to sell
either write or phone to
H. J. HECHT
Auctioneer Minot, N. D.
Price 3%. First-clats clerk 1%
6^ per too
Max Johnson Fuel Co.
Fire, like a bomb, gives
no warning and destroys
awiftly. If you are not
insured you may not be
able to replace the prop
A good fire insurance
company not only pays
for property destroyed
but will help you safe
guard against the possibility of a fire.
Come here for your insurance.
Minot Insurance Agency
Minot, No. Dak.
NORTH DAKOTA BANK
PUSHES BOND SALES
Bismarck, N. D., Feb. 12.—The bond
department of the Bank of North Da
kota has inaugurated a campaign for
the sale of bonds of the state bank
aad other state industries by carry-
ing their appeal direct to the people
of North Dakota and the workers of
the United States to purchase bonds
direct from the Bank of North Dakota.
Thousands of circulars are being
mailed out of Bismarck. There are
almost $2,000,000 of Bank of North
Dakota state bonds, offered on a
basis to return the investor 514 and
6 per cent annually and offering to ac
cept Liberty Bonds in payment at
market prices. In all about $6,000,000
of bonds for the Home Building Asso
ciation, State Mill and Elevator As
sociation, real estate bonds and bank
bonds are offered.
Three circulars have been issued,
appealing to people with different in
terests at heart to consider. Circular
No. 1 is addressed: "Investing in in
dustrial democracy," and says that
"co-operation" is the magic key to suc
cess and progress in this present
age," going on to explain the aims of
the state industrial program.
Why the Editor Left Town
Somebody sent the editor of the
Poketown Gazette a few bottles of
home brew. The same day he re
ceived for publication a wedding an
nouncement and a notice of auction
sale. Here are the results: ,"Wm.
Smith and Miss Lucy Anderson were
disposed of at public auction at my
farm one mile east of a beautiful clus
ter of roses on her breast and two
white calves, before a background of
farm implements too numerous to
mention in the presence of about
seventy guests, including two milch
cows, six mules and one bob sled. Rev.
Jackson tied the nuptial knot with
200 feet of hay rope and the bridal
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24th
For the benefit of our many customers and users of De Laval
Geam Separators we have established a
De Laval Service Day.
On this day we shad be glad to have any De Laval usei bring
his complete separator to our store for a thorough and careful inspec
tion and adjustment, which will be made free of charge. Should any
parts, due to unusual wear or accident, need to be replaced, this will
be done, the only charge being for the price of the new parts used.
will be made for the service.
A De Laval representative will be with us to assist with this
work. Bring in your De Laval Separator that day and receive the
benefit of his advice on the care and operation of the machine, as
well as the free service. It is our wish, and that of the De Laval
Company, that every user of a De Laval Separator get the mas*
imum of service at the minimum of cost, and we therefore urge you IQ
mil yoursel of this free and useful service.
SAWYER MERCANTILE CO.
SAWYER, NO. DAK.
couple left on one good John Deere
gang plow for an extended trip with
terms to suit purchaser. They will be
at home to their friends with one good
baby buggy and a few kitchen uten
sils after ten months from date of
sale to responsible parties and some
LITTLE CROWING WAS TOO
Irving Bacheller in "A Man For
A man in a Kentucky village could
n't bear to hear a rooster crow. It
kept him awake nights, for the roost
ers did a lot of crowing down there.
He moved from one place to another,
trying to And a cockless town. He
couldn't. There was no such place in
Kentucky. He thought of taking to
the woods but he hated lonliness more
than he hated roosters. So he did a
sensible thing. He started a chicken
farm and got used to it. He found
that a little crowing was too much
and that a lot of it was just what he
Glasgow Man Would Manage Minot
H. H. Hester of Glasgow, Mont.,
was in Minot several days endeavor
ing to lease the ball park and to se
cure control of a base ball organiza
tion for Minot for the coming season.
Mr. Hester formerly managed the
baseball club at Great Falls, Mont.,
and visited Minot last summer as a
member of the Glasgow ball team. Mr.
Hester while here endeavored to se
cure monthly subscriptions of $1200
from the businessmen, promising to
give this city a good brand of league
baseball, but was not certain that he
would be successful.
FARMER LOSES LIFE,
FIRE DESTROYS HOME
Zap, N. D., Feb. 12.—Boys who
had been on a hunting trip brought
word here late today of the death of
Adam Lapp, 22 years old, a farmer
living five miles southwest of here.
He is believed to have been burned
to death when his larm home was de
stroyed. Investigation disclosed that
Lapp, with several friends, had been
drinking at the Lapp farmhouse sev
eral days ago. When his friends de
parted they left him lying on a cot.
SLEEPER BURNED TO
DEATH IN FIRE
Fargo, N. D., Feb. 12.—Wallace
Kenoyer, 35 years old, was burned to
death in afire which destroyed a bar
ber shop and general store here. Ken
oyer was asleep in his rooms over the
barber shop and it is 'believed was
suffocated before the flames reached
him. It was evident from the posi
tion in which the remains were found
that he made no effort to escape.
BILL WOULD RESTORE
N. D. DEATH PENALTY
Bismarck, N. D., Feb. 12.—Restora
tion of the death penalty for murder
in the first degree is provided in sen
ate bill 161, introduced by L. R. Baird
of Dickinson, in the flood of house and
senate bills totaling more than 100
which were introduced in the'house up
to 2 p. m. today, the time for filing
new bills having expired.
The Rotary meeting which had been
planned for Friday evening, Feb. 25,
at which time it had been planned for
the ladies to attend, has been post
poned, exact date to be given later.
This is the meeting to commemmor
ate the 16th anniversary of Rotary.
A-2380 Among the Whispering Pines:
Just for Me and Mary
A-2836 You Ain't Heard Nothing Yet
Come On and Play With Me
A-2839 Nobody Knows—iFox Trot
Wonderful Pal—One Step
A-2845 Hand in Hand Again
My Love Song, My Roses and You
A-2858 Cairo—One Step Art
Rose Room—Fox Trot Art
Minot Man Has Six Grand
E. A. Shirley of the Shirley
Grocery Co., has had six grand
mothers. His mother's father
married three times following
the deaths of their previous
•fr wives. His mother's father re
sided all his life in Norway and
Mr. Shirley never knew of his
grandmothers in that country. His
4* father's father was married once
in Norway and twice in America.
Fourth Member of Family to Have
Paul Burns, son of Jos. Burns of
•Surrey, submitted to an operation for
appendicitis Monday. This is ths
fourth member of the Jos. Burns fam
ily who has been operated upon for
appendicitis during the past four
Mrs. Penhollow, who has been quite
ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
E. O. Dickinson in this city, is report
ed much better. Mrs. Penhollow is
82 years of age and has had a remark
ably active life.
HEARTS TREATED FREE
lly Dr. Franklin Miles, the Great Spec,
ialist, Who Sends a $2.50 Treat
ment and New Book Free
Heart disease is dangerous, hun
dreds drop dead who could have been
saved. Many report cured after doc
tors failed. To prove the remarkable
efficacy of his new Special Personal
Treatment for heart disease, short
breath, pain in side, shoulder or arm,
oppression, irregular pulse, palpita
tion, smothering, and puffing of ankles
or dropsy, Dr. Miles will hend to af
flicted persons a $2.50 Free Treatment.
Bad cases usually soon relieved.
These treatments are the result of
30 years' extensive research and un
usual success in treating various ail
ments of the heart, nerves, stomach,
bowels, kidneys, liver, bladder and
rheumatic troubles, which often com
plicate each case.
Send for Astonishing Reports of
So wonderful are the results that he
wishes every sick person to test this
famous treatment at his expense. Af
flicted persons should avail them
selves of this liberal offer at once as
they may never have an opportunity
again. Delays are dangerous. No
death comes more suddenly than that
from heart disease.
Send for his Heart Book and Two
Pound Free Treatment. Describe your
disease. Address, Dr. Franklin Miles,
Dept. HF 382 to 392, Franklin St.,
Elkhart, Ind. l-6-t2
A Lower Price on 130 Retired Popular
for a Limited Time Only
Dance, Song and Comic Selections
These are all standard Columbia Records. All made within the larft eighteen months. Now retired to keep
the Columbia Record Catalogue down in size. Including such arti&s as A1 Jolson, Van and Schenck, Harry Fox,
Guido Deiro, Paul Biese Trio, Ted Lewis' Jazz Band, Art Hickman's Orche&ra, Henry Burr, Peerless Quartette,
Sterling Trio, etc. Never before have such records been sold by Columbia dealers at so low a price. The liA
given below is typical of the wide range of selection.
JUST A FEW OF THE 130 SPLENDID NUMBERS
You Can Bake Better Bread
and More Bread
if you use
It is Guaranteed by the
Russell-Miller Milling Co.
to make your bread
cake, biscuit and pastry
better, and make more of
it to every sack.
If It falls, we pay back your money—
Will you try It this weekj
JACOBSON & FUGELSO—I
•Reliable Hardware at Dependable Pric
Campbell and Burr
Remember that this price ap
plies only to 130 retired num
bers, and only while they la&.
The supply is limited. The time is limited. These records go on sale to-day. Call at
this diore as early as you can. A (ft promptly or you will miss the seledtions you want.
TAYLOR DRUG CO.
DRUGS AND SPORTING GOODS Near Soo Station Mh»ot,N. Dak.
RUSSELL-MILLER MILLING CO.
Minot, N, D.
BACK TO NORMAL
In order to encourage rock-kottso
prices we are aakiog a flat price of
on Ligaite. This applies to Coiua
bvs coal or the so-called "Nooaan",
as weB as our faaoos "Beasoa
Coulee". Lower price qaoted on
qnantities of tea toas or mm.
PIONEER FUEL CO.
Good Night, Angeline
We Must Have a Song to Remember
Abe Kabibble at the Ball Game
Abe Kabibble Dictates a Letter
Hawaiian Smiles Ferera and Franchini
In the Heart of Hawaii Louise and Ferera
I'll See You in C-U-B-A—Fox trot Ted Lewis' Jau Band
The Moon Shines on the Moonshine—Fox Trot
Ted Lewis' Jazz Band
All the Boys_Love Mary Van and Schenck
Way Down Barcelona Way Harry Fox