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Bottineau
Pioneer.
Official Paper of Bottineau County.
SUBSCRIPTION .PRICE,
.00
PER ANNUM.
By the Pioneer Publishing Co
NEW FIRM,
INLYING
B. A HARMON, PRESIDENT
JPoS't Nftt'l Bank of Commerce, Mnpais)
Vol. III.
S. JVtorclen
WILLOW
PLANO BINDERS,
And PLANO MOWERS,
In Bottineau by the 15th of June. Farmers, don't purchase untiiyOfl us.
j. h. MCCartney, Agent.,
©ncfriol^sen &
Successors to KELLEY A HILLHOUSE,
Have just received a large stock of
Call and see them and they will treat you right.
Walter Woods
ersi
Woods and
Tiger, Hollingsworth
and Favorite Hay Rakes.
t3ki©£
13\ Morrissy,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
HARNESSES, SADDLES,
Collars, Whips, Lap Robes,
AND ALD GOODS TO BE FOUND IN A
First class Harness Establishment.
Retaking Promptly Attended to, and Satisfaction Guaranteed
MAIN STREET, BOTTINEAU.
Bottineau County Bank.
Genial BANKING BUSINESS
Loans money on Chattels.
NEGOTIATES FARM LOANS AT INSIDE RATES.
Issues Drafts on Minneapolis, New York, London, Edinburgh,
Paris, Dublin and Stockholm.
Pays interest on Time Deposits.
All the facilities of a first-class Bank extended to our Customers.
A Specialty of Machine Note Collections.
THE PBACF. TO BTFY
O I N
-IS AT-
I THOMPSON'S
On^-Price Clothing House,
DEVILS LAKE, DAK.
All goods marked in plain figures, and fair treatment and bottom prices guaranteed.
Men's Buits from $5.00 to §25.00. Call on Thompsons when in Devils
Lake, and he will treat you right.
W, BEYER
THE PIONEER BLACKSMITH,
First-Class Wvk Done. Always to be found at his Shop,
Sy^T WKflT QF M4IW
5011,
6ITT.
Will have a supply of
lit GOODS,
Bjorneby,
er Mowers
UTCHMAN
-L and Gang Plows. Moline and
Sulky
Breaking PIotws, Mi
burn Wagons and Bnggfles, Minne
sota Chief Threshers, Giant and
ilwater Engines.
STAEDE & TAYLOR.
M. S. HARMON, CASHIER
I
Bottineau,
TRAINS AND KAILS.
Train leaves Bottineau daily at 5:20 a. m.,
arriving at 9:% p.m.
Mall for train closes every evening at 8
MaUfor Tarsus, Lordsburg and Dunselth
6 p. m.
XRLFTLL I or nrnUnf LIORULOUUHJ ctuva _. i cj#
leaves every Monday, Wednesday and Friday general passenger agent 8t
"h,WQ
LOCAL ITEMS.
Wheat, 65 cento.
Mush! mush!
How about 4th of1July.
How about Jake Hager'B sick rooster?
Mllburn wagons, the besttn the world.
Henry Dana dropped In on us, on the flly—
like, as It were.
McBrayen keeps lull all the time—we mean
the hotel.
Tiger mowers and Tiger A Hollingsworth hay
rakes for sale at Staede A Taylors.
That Is a barber-ous Joke—that "Mush-you
want?"
Geo. M. Sinclair is smiling on Bottineau
and his numerous friends.
Tricycle sulky and gang plows for sale at
Staedejb Taylors. ____
The over-hand pitching of Woodward was
terror to the Willow rustlers.
The celebrated Walter A. Wood Mower
or sale at Staede & Taylors.
Charley Fyfe, on a
certain occasion. Ask him aboaWit.
The Flying DutcTimiffirtisS
plow in existence. "B"
A tailor has come to town again. Hold on
to him,—unppliee a want long wanted*
Seethe list of property for sale or ex
change, by J. W. Bennett.
Jo Pinkerton made the only home run at
Willow city last Monday "Flee as a bird" is
Joe.
Stoddards' celebrated hay-tadder for sale at
Staede & Taylors.
Let us make he 15th of June a memorable
day. Get up a stock show for our distin
guished visitors.
This morning our Lordsburg friend, Win
Phillips, left for Bancroft, Mich. The sorrow
ful news of the death of his father having been
telegraphed.
That Bottineau is a good field for the ma
chine men is evidenced by the fact of Morden
A Son, of Willow City, striking in here. "Read
their new ad.
If you want a good plow, buy the Dutchman.
Farmers, don't fail to put in an appear
ance at the meeting Saturday 17th inst.
Agricultural fair and stock show.
fror first'class fltochlluirv CU.H MjflHi
Steade
A
Taylor.
Reports of County and Bottineau Farmers'
Alliances, and Oak Creek cemetery, annual
rifcetlngs unavoidably postponed till next
wlek.
The Walter A. Woods harvester, binder and
mower have brass boxes and all its bearings.
They are for sale at Staede A Taylors.
A Mr. Armstrong and son are here from
Toronto, looking over the country prospective
ly. Will probably settle down near the At
kinson settlement. Welcome all—there's
plenty of room,—for such first class settlers.
DIED—On the 12th of January last, William
Fitzgerald. His remains, which were dis
covered on Tuesday last, were interred in Oak
Creek cemetery yesterday, Wm. A. Hillhousc
having donated his lot for that purpose.
Walter A. Wood's Mower the best in the
world. For sale at Staede A Taylors.
Four rooms to rent. Inauire of
OLAF J. TONNESSON, the Jeweler.
Staede A Taylor have now in stock, Tiger
and Woods' Mowers. Come and see them be
fore you buy.
dents furnishing goods, underwear and
fancy notions—fine stock now at Batesen &
Ay res.
If there be anything for which Willow city
is entitled to great praise, it is because of the
pride manifested by its citizens in it, in the
planting of trees along the Main street. "Such
public spirit, enterprise, and good taste de
serve notice, and we gladly give that eity
the honor due.
The examination for teachers took place at
the school house Tuesday, Juue 5,1888. The
result of the examination is very gratifying,
reflecting great credit on all concerned. The
following named parties, tMessrs. A. E. Ache
son, W. A. McBain and Henry Kocheleau re
ceived second, and Mrs. Frank E. Heath, Miss
Eva Smith and Mr. John F. King, third grade
certificates.
Flying Dutchman, walking and riding sulky
plows, also walking and riding gang plows, on
hand at Staede A Taylors.
Fred W. Cathro is in the-field, for re-elec
tion. See his announcement in another col
umn. Of the gentleman's qualifications we
have had occasion to speak heretofore com
plimentarily and if re elected, he will, with
the experience that age and time will ensure
continue to reflect credit on the office..
If you want a good article in the agricultur
al implement line for what it is Worth* call
and see Charles Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Champjin wish to return
their sincere thanks to the friends who were
so ready in sympathy and help in their recent
sore affliction in the loss of their only child
Florenoe Eatelle: being far away from relar
lives the kindness shown is doubly apprec
ated and calls forth heartfelt gratittude,
The celebrated Walter A. Woods Harvester
and Binder for sale at Staede A Taylors.
Qu^tp a goodly number of our citizens
went to Willow city to see how badly the
Bottineau boys would get knocked out,
prominent among whom were Wm. A. Hill
house. F. Morrissey, Chaa Taylor, Jno. F.
Scott, Dan Stewart, N. Monsen and the
PIONEIBE.
It is sufficient to say that their
joy was unconfined, and as they were, with
the famous nine "marohing through Geor
(Bottineau) preceded by a broom, you
could easily tell who got knocked out,--rAlas!
poor sick, Chanticleer}
wjh
gwwww
Dakota, Thursday, June
BR BOOM.
BOTTINEAU'S GRAND OIFOHTUKITT.
By letter received from C. II »Va rren,
P., M. & M. R.,
a are informe
are inforael
that on the 16th day of June, about 4 p. m.
a party of twenty-five, headed by Mr. N. J.
try, will arrive on a special train. Their
Farmers and citizens generally, oes^tir your
WNWfer^...,.
got Tttirt pmtf badly «n trying to
hypothenuse of a right angfyd
describe tnc of a circursnimbU nt
triangle on the pert)^^^_
Staede & Taylor arc the sole ageuts of the
terrritory north and west of Nelson county,
for the celebrated Waiter A. Woods Mower.
Died,
On Sunday morning June 8, about 9 o'
clock, Florence Estelle only child of Mr. and
Mrs.
F.
E. Champlin aged 11 months and
eight days. The remains were buried at
Fergus Falls, Minn. Funeral services will
be conducted Rev. McCandless, on June
17th at eleven o'clock in the forenoon in the
Presbyterian church. The bereaved parents
have the svmpathy of all the neighbors in
the loss of their little child, so soon removed
from their keeping to the land where such
flowers bloom forever.
Minnesota chief thresher, Giant and Still
water engines for sale at Staede & Taylors.
A OARD.
To (he Electors of Bottineau County:
I beg leave to announce myself as a candi
date for re-election to the office of County
Superintended of Schools. Trusting thy.t I
CJUptilllllcUUtJUl VI CJUlUOiS. IlUnUliK IJMl 1 ..
have merited your approval and confidence
during the past year and a half, I solicit your
support tor another term. The election will
be held at the several school houses of the
county, ou Tuesday, June litth, 18«8, from 2 to
6 o'clock p. m. Very respectfully,
FliEi). W. CATHRO,
Co. Supt. of Schools.
Bottineau, June 7,1888.
Flying Dutchman and Flying Norwegian
plows on hand at Staede A Taylors.
Literature, Alden's new illustrated weekly
Magazine, is certainly one of the brightest,
handsomest and most readable of the literary
papers—of course it is the chen nest, for Alden
publishes it $1.00 a y. .'ecimen copy
free. Especially interest papers in the
last issue are: Lew Vandei^ ote on Romance
in Fiction Frederick Hastings on John
Ruskin's Forge, and Edmund Gosse on
Hendrick Ibsen, the Scandinavian poet,
which is accompanied by a fine portrait It
is a good paper- for every home library.
John B. Alden, Publisher, 398 Pearl street,
New York 218 Clark street, Chicago.
The Flying Dutchman sulky and gang plows
are the only perfect wheel plows manufactur
ed. They are for sale at Staede A Taylors.
ZJETTEB LIST
Letters uncalled for at the post office at
Bottineau, D. T., for the month ending May
31,1887. If not called for within 80 days
they will be sent to the dead letter office.
Arelson, Mes Anna Brewster, Ed.
Bigham, Ileadley Dodge, 11. J. & E. G.
English, Daniel Harrison, Wm.
Hammers, G. G. jKane, Jo Jin
Kincaid, James Marguart, Wiliam
Krumweide, Miss Louisa
Lennarkson, Miss Hanna
McLean, A. S. Patterson, John
In calling for any of these letters say ad
yertised.
v
5
B.
NOBLE,
Postmaster
Excursion.
One, fare for the round trip to St. Louis,
Mo. or Chicago, III., via: The St. Paul,
Minneapolis and Manitoba railway. Ac
count Presidential nominating conventions.
Tickets on Bale to St, Louis June 2d, to 4tb.
good for return till June 11 to Chicago June
16tb, to 18th good for return until June 26th.
Further information given with pleasure by
agents or C. H. WARKKN,
Gen. Pass. Ag't.
S3-
-if
—L
1888.
h(n
body, the other day—in olSJa^vW& "k~
sprained his ank]$ fn getting out of a buggg,
over the wheel.
1
Notiae-
Rev B. Lyman will deliver a-leeture a*
the Presbyterian church next Suday evening
12 inst. at 8 o'clock, subject: Prohibition of
the liquor traffic. Young men especially
are earnestly urged to come and join the
band.
Rooms to rent in the old Court Housebuild
ing, apply to Ja.s. G. Thompson.
Basket Social.
The ladies of Bottineau propose giving a
basket social at the school house on Wednes
day evening next the 13 inst, for the benefit
of the Methodist chureh, Cbas McCandless,
pastor. They will fuitfish luncheon for two
of course, and it is to be hoped that the
gentlemen with their accustomed liberality
will seee to it that eve*|/basket has a buyet
A good ration #»^«^r j«BiMlir |)ieinieed
jTntTn.i e.n two rpmPiiT1^--—
On The Diamond.
The first match exhibition of the national
game fhis reason stirred up the "City of the
Willows" to its profonndest depths and the
"Star of the Plane," twinkled as never be
fore, fts on Monday the Bottineau boys met
ifor the first time on the field the Willow
City rUBtier8.
Coleman, U. S. Commissioner of Agricul- Th^ boys got up early in order to take the
ture, and containing the editors of the larg- train under the charge of conductor
est agricultural weekly papers in the coun- giowmail)
not
there
to, only in name, for he got
ju
aiout
object is to see as muoh as possible regard-1 Qettjng up before breakfast—so unusual—
ing the condition of the stock and the farm- boys were ravenous when breakfast hour
ers, in order that they may understand the
resources of the country and the prospect
regarding the condition ^'this season s crop.
We have some of the finest stock to be found
anywhere in North Dakota, and it therefore
bebftoves our citizens totfiove in this matter
and show what the country is capable of.
A meeting of citizens isitherefore called for
Saturday next, at 5 p. to., at Capt. Thomp
son's office, to take thif necessary steps to
welcome this party in ad appropriate man-1
ner. Their stay will be short, only two
hours, but in that time wft can surprise them
as we did the people l||t September at the
impromptu show gottei up during the en
campment, if every farmer will only put his
-sjioulder to the wheel and push our county
to the frontjsvhere it deserves to be.
"By everlastingly~~fc«»ping at it, brings
success,'' and by tbis motto wfe-^vill conquer.
20 minutes, very fast time,
caine and the cuisine of the hotel de la ville
des saules was taxed to its Utmost to meet
the wants of those who clamored for mnsh,
eggs, beefsteak and all the delicacies of the
season, and many were the praises bestowed
on the landlord George Gag&on, his esti
ipable wife and amiable daughters for the
many attentions rendered.
'f'he glorious rain whioh poured down in
torreitts during the forenoon, wreathing tie
faces ^f our farmers with thousand dollar
smiles, mihie the boys feel a little blue over
the prospect of waxing the "willows," but
after dinner .the skies cleared up "and got
cloudy again, bnt no rain and the remainder
of the day was all that could be desired and
what tbey call a rattling good game took
plaet. The following is the/i
s 8C0BR
WILLOW CITY,
R, Rchoonover
W. Davidson
J. Schrmider
Harry Powell s s
J. II. Cook if
Arthur W. Mordea o
Will Smith lutb
Sandy Hurt 2d
Fred Hoi I.z 3d
\anl
odw.V
F. M. Woodw
C. Fyfe
R. W. Dickey
G.
C. Meade
J. Pinkerton 1
J. Stewart cf
W. H. Pease 1st
I). Williamson
Itoljt, .Stewart 3d£tl
Total
If you want a good and subsftHlflal binder,
with which you can go through j'our harvest#,
without delay, buy the celebrated Walter A.
Woods at Steade A Taylors.
Depot Jots.
A. C. Holton, formerly employed on the
section here under Foreman Kelsey, lias been
promoted to foreman on one of the Rugby
Junction sections.
Martin M. Berg, of Evansvllle, and J. Oloson
of starbuck,Minn., botlwijp-ived here the past
week with their families und two car loads of
immigranteffects, wluo&also contained some
fine stock.
JoViiv-Siii&iii, for^erfj1' on fniTT
aivlaion, tw*« haon UDDOintW KTrffltnUwiJ)c
Montana division. We are in hopes his suc
cessor will be Koadmast«r Finnegan.
Geo. L. Bonney, foimerly passenger con
ductor from Baruesville north, has been ap
pointed superintendent of sleeping car de
partment for this road.
Mrs. James Metier expects to start for
Washington Territory to Join her husband
James, who is in the drug business at Day ton,
W. T.
Agent Pease is selling several tickets to
Washington Territory and British Columbia
points. He has got an exceedingly low rate
to these points. He also has made a big re
duction in eastern tickets, and aiso selling
tourists' tickets to principal points east and
west. Observe notices In this paper.
If you want a harvester and binder that
needs no experts to run it, and that will not
break down every other day during harvest,
buy nothing but the Woods. Seven hundred
thousand of them now in use.
Mouse River Notes.
Henry Egley, while assisting John Town to
bring home a cow from Towner, met with an
accident which might have been serious.
Town was leading the cow, having a rope
fastened to the pommel of his saddle. Henry
camo
UP
behind with his wild broncho, which
seeing a chance to unseat his rider, dashed
forward onto the rope, The rope caught
Henry under the chin, and before Town could
unfasten It, poor Henry's neck was fearfully
burnt. He now goes around with a deep scar
where none should be.
Prouty A Richardson have imported a fine
Percheron stallion from St. Paul. They Intend
to go into raising horses as well as cattle.
Their enterprise will be successful, no doubt,
under the able management of their manager)
Andrew Nohle.
Peter Morris has all bis mill machinery at
Towner, on its way to Great Falls, whore he
will set it up and commence rolling up a new
fortune.
Mr. Jas. Leonard, a cousin of Mrs. A. L.
Sinclair, was at Ely a few days. He was on
his way to Great Fails.
Sinclair Smith, "broncho buster" on the H.
ranchc, had a little rough experience the other
day. While driving horses, a vicious animal
turned on him, and.as his pony wheeled to
escape the charge, he put his foot in a badger
hole and over he rolled, "Sink" under. When
he came to, he found his face much the worse
of wear, and now goes around with a black
patch over the prominent part of his face.
Among the notable articles in The Library
Magazine tor May arc the following: The
Negro Question in the United States, by
George W. Cable the concluding paper on
the Constitution of the United States, by
Hon. E. J. Phelps, U. S. Minister to Great
hritain the fourth of a series of scholarly
articles on l'ost-Talmudic Hebrew Literature,
by Dr. Bernhard Pick the article on Hans
Sachs, the cobbler-poet of Nuremberg, from
the Westminster Review, is very curious
Snowed up in Arcady, by Rev. Dr. Jessopp,
is one of the most enjoyable papers found in
last month's English magazines Cardinal
Manning's Plea for the Worthless, is very
timely, and worth universal reading the
critique upon Mr. Froude's West Indies is
sound and appreciative the Earl of Meath
gives a genial account of "A Mode) Factory"
iu England Miss Frances Power Cobbe dis
cusses the "Education of the Emotions," and
opens up a suggestive train of thought, as
also does the paper on "Domestic Service
and Democracy." The editorial miscellany
entitled, "Current Thought," is usually full
and interesting. The issue contains 196
pages, in large type an extraordinary'
amount of high class literature for the price
of 11.00 a year, or 10 cents a copy. John
B. Alden, Publisher, 393 Pearl street, New
York 218 Clark street, Chicago,
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NO. 44.
W. o. T. u.
The Presbyterian church was crowded to
its utmost capacity—the temperance ladies
of Bottineau having taken possesion last
Sunday evening. The exercises were inter
esting and highly satisfactory. The Baptist
and Presbyterian choirs unitingin rendering
excellent music. Mrs. Harmon, Mrs. Lyman
and Mrs. Sinclair, president, assisted by
Ilevd's Hulberl, Lyman, and McCandless
earnestly exhorted the people to set their
faces against that 'traffic which more than
any thing else carries death and destruction
to the youth of the land. Twenty seven
gentlemen and eight ladies enrolled them
selves as self abnegators and total-abstainer*
We congratulate the W. OT. U. upon their
efforts in the reformaW* line. Similar
meetings will be held the first Sunday even
ing in each month until further notice.
Silk Ribbons I
Those of our lady readers who would like
to have an elegant, large package of extra
fine Assorted Kibbons (by mail), in different
widths and all the latest fashionable shades,
adapted for Bonnet Strings, Neckwear,
Scarfs, Trimming for Hats and Dresaaa,
Bows, Fancy Work, &c., can get an astonish
ing bie bargain, owing to the recent failure
of a largo wholesale lliblxm Manufacturing
Co., by sending only 25 cents (stamps), to
the address we give below.
As a
SPECIAL OFFER,
this house will give
the amount of any other firm in
America if you will send the names nnd
P. 0. address of ten
KKWIY
married ladies
when ordering and mention the name of this
paper. No pieces less than one yard in
length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or money
cheerfully refunded. Three packages for
60 cents. Address,
LONDON RIBBON Ar :\ov,
.Jersey City, N. J.
NEW ADVERTISEMEMTS.
LOST.
Ono day lawt week, on the fond between Iiot
lix'un ftnd Joseph (ryo!T% pi nee, a teaehcr's
HcJiool register. Any onu. 'finding the name
wHl plouu^rctura it to Oils ottlee. 41-tf
proving property4*nd
i lii:i-k SOW
thf Kttnf
From I he premises of the undersigued, in
see. 14, T. 162, R. 70,
4 FOUR PONIES. 4
1 bay marc, 6 years old, branded "B on
left hip 1 white colt, 8 years old 1 sorrel
colt, 2 years old 1 bay filly, 1 year old.
Information will be thankfully received
and all expenses paid by
ARCHIBALD CTIRRAN,
Or J. W. BENNETT. Bottineau.
39-tf
LEVI MELLON'S
Feed Mill
Will be grinding feed
EVERY SATURDAY,
Until further notice, at his farm in sec. 18,
twp. 101, range 76. 43-2
Lime & Sale,
-BY-
A&EX. ES&CIAY.
FOR SALE.
Choice desirable Farms,
Bargains in Town Lots,
BY
J, W. BENNETT.
Call and see him. Next door to the Bottineau
County Bank.
THOMPSON t^/canV&u^t
for 81,400, SQOO cash very desirable fine spring
of water.
TXT rpTTT'M
W
mrX
miles of Tarsus, Catholic
X1A1\ elmreh and school: liHi
irovements,
1 buy this fine farm
acres, with good improvements:
no mortgage 8700 wlr
will buy a handsome claim about 4
*P-'v'v7 miles cast, of town 12 acres under
cultivation creek running through it from ID
to 15 tons of hay may le cut from It.
POT3E7"M 162-77, a finely Improved
U W LI claim log house 12x20
stable 30x40 20 acres In crop "30 acres hay
meadow 120 loads were cut-from it last year.
Price, »G00.
Tprx'p 8800 will sell a flr«Uratc farm a fow
JP vyxv miles northwest of town. Fine
house and barn spring of excellent water 27
acrcs In crop.
splendid farm, 3ft
acres in crop wood house and
»sh. Also, adjoining, a fine
claim together may be bought for 93,000 on
easy terms.
pr fJOti to town,
vUvOU acres in crop K
stable 81,700 cash. Also, adj
Dr. J. A. Greig,
Physician
and Surgeon.
Office at
MCArthur'B
Drug Store.
BOTTIJflJAC, DA*0T
ADVERTISE 4 IDYERT1SE I
the following are the rates for advertising
in the PIONEER:
Displayed, $1.00 per inch per month ?&
ben over two inches.
Locals, 10 cents a line each Insertion.
Legal advertisements at legal rate*. At
torneys ordering legal advertisement* pub
lished, will be held responsible for the pay
ment of the publication fees.
The Pioneer is tie Best Advertising
Medium West of Devils Lake.
A Grand
Best Ehodi Oranges,
Fine Messina Lemons,,
Ltfscious $aaan£«f
Tropical
FARMERS,the
40-3m
Fruits in Pro*
fusion.
All kinds of
^ood, sound
6onceiVabi«
Confectionery
forms. Hpices, pure and fresh.
Strongest flavoring Ex
tracts. Finest line of
In the west. Look out for celebrated brands,
this w«ek, entirely new,
CUBAN PL ANT A TION
ALL STOCK AND NO STYLE."
Everything in the drug line complete.
We are headquarters for everything good
and pure.
|K|cPrtbur
JJrMneiie,
flAME to thi: promises c.r ico
V Butte St. Paul. FrW iy nigl
-ight, a "». t*
bronHio mare, white fct^x-k:-, vi-ry wild, h...
on a halter, bridle end-cni.tll piece of mpe.
Owner will prove propofly «ud payexien»eH
to Mr. Brunelle, on the BfeiniseK.-oebj apply
ing at this otHce.
|ro8.,
MAIN ST. ....
BOTTINEAU
at all
*WiH
hours
City
and
Now Friirti
Ctmfec
(Ijiw, &<•:, .-it
Joe Syers\
look to your iutercst, and ift
sure in old reliable,
Farmers'
Y
Mutual
Protective
Association
Always Pays 100 Gents on the Dollar.
Half Million Dollars saved to the farmers of
Dakota in the past three years.
Losses Paid Last Tear, 9167,000
M. 0. TIBBIT8, F. D. LORD,
Bottineau. Lordsburg.
IKSURAKCE AGSfiCY
BOTTINEAU, DAK.
Fire, lightning, tornado and hail infturanM
promptly and properly written in
Solid Companies
M- O. T1BBITS.
ALLIANCE
HAIL ASSOCIATION
Insures against loss by hail. Membership
fee, $2.00 assessment not to exceed
25 cents per acre. NO LOSS,
NO ASSESSMENT.
I & I Y
Fire Insurance Co
(Alliance Department.)
Insures against fire and lightning, *?&i
For FIVE YEARS for 2 per Oetft.
JOHN BRANDER,
SOLICITING AGENT, fOTTlKCAl'.
36-3
PHILO.
This fine Percheron Stallion will stand for
the season of 1888 as follows:
MONDAYS aN TUESDAYS at Bottineau.
WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS, »T
Willow City.
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS, at L. P.
liCMay's farm, near Lordsburg.
33-47 Ii. P. LkMAY, Proprietor.
S. W. PIERSON,
O I E A O A K U 1 3 E
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Wafting located in Bottineau.
am prepared to take contract#
for bwildm0 Qf all kinds.
MATERIAL FURNI5
References Given.
Plans and Specifications fi
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