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SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,
$1.00
PEE4 ANNUM.
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W. ©. Morden & Son,
OF WILLOW 6177,
Will have a supply of
PLANO BINDERS,
And PLANO MOWERS,
In Bottineau by the 15th of June. Farmers, don't purchase until you see us.
j. H. MCCARTNEY, Agent.
Hendricksen & Bjorneby
Successors to KELLEY & HILLliOUSE,
Have just received a large stock of
HARDWARE.
Call and see them and thiey will treat you right.
"Walter "Woods
Harvesters 1 Self-Binders
Tiger, Hollingsworth
and Favorite Hay Rakes.
1^. Mourissy,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
HARNESSES, SADDLES,
Collars, Whips, Lap Robes,
AND ALD GOODS TO BE FOUND IN A
First class Harness Establishment.
Repairing Promptly Attended to, and Satisfaction Guaranteed
MAIN STREET, BOTTINEAU.
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I Bottineau County Bank.
General BANKING BUSINESS Transacted.
Loans money on Chattels.
NEGOTIATES FARM LOANS AT INSIDE RATES.
Issues Drafts 011 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 PLACE TO BUY YOUR
CLOTHING
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s One-Price Clothing House,
DEVILS LAKE, DAK.
^11 goods marked in plain figures, and fair treatment and bottom prices guaranteed.
:*7J mSuits from ?5.00 to 525.00. Call on Thompsons when in Devils
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HEW GOODS.
iger Mowers
INLYING DUTCHMAN Sulky
and Gang Plows. Moline and
Prairie Chief Breaking Plows, Mil
burn Wagons and Buggies, Minne
sota Chief Threshers, Giant and
Stilwater Engines.
STAliDiii & lAiLUiv.
M. S. HARMOJi, CASHIER
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Lake, and he will treat y^u right.
a. \V. BEYER,
... MHE PIONEER BLACKSMITH.
First-Class Work Done. Always to be found at hisjShop,
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TRAINS AND MAILS.
Train loaves Uottineau daily at 5:20 a. m.,
arriving at 9:.'M) p.m.
Mail for train closes every evening at 8
o'clock.
Mail for TtvrsuH, LorrtNburK and Dunsoith
leaves every Monday, Wednesday atul Friday
at8 a. in., dosing the nighl before at ft o'clock,
arriving Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
5 p. m.
LOCAL ITEMS.
Wheat, C3 cents.
Milburn wagons, the best in tlie world.
If you want a good plow, buy the Dutchman.
V. B. Noble went to Towner last week on
county business.
Plenty of the beautiful—beautiful rain—
on Wednesday and Thursday.
Walter A. Wood's Mower the best in the
world. For sale at Staede Taylors.
J, P. Hager came up with the excursion
ists last Friday.
Tiger mowers
and Tiger A Holl ingsworth hay
rakes for sale at Staede & Taylors.
Dr. Woodliull, of Delorainf, is in town
visiting friends.
The tinest cigars in town arc to be found
a' the City Bakery and Restaurant.'
The Flying Dutchman the lightest draft
plow in existence.
J. H. Cook, of Willow City, drove up last
Friday to take a party of three to Rugby.
For first class farm machinery call upon
Steade & Taylor.
For the last few days the thermometer
has registered from 90 to 95 degrees in the
shade.
John Bundy, artistic tailor, is now lo
cated in Mcintosh's store, and is prepared
to lake orders for clothing.
Stoddards' colebrated liay-tadder for sale at
.Staede & Taylors.
The ladies of the Baptist chrirch announce
dinner in the Baptist church on the 4th.
See ad.
The stone work of the Kalbileisch mill is
two stories high at present and the lumber
is being hauled to complete it.
Who is going to the festival at Tarsus
next Saturday, June 23d? Those who go
can expect a pleasant time.
Tricycle sulky and gang plows for sale at
Staode & Taylors.
Mrs. P. Tregent, mother of Alex, and
Clias. Tregent, is at present visiting her
sons and expects to remain all summer.
When you come to town on the 4th re
member that Joe's will be the place to get
all kinds of refreshments, fruits, lemonade,
ice cream, cider, etc. He will also have
stand on the ground.
Four rooms to rent. Inquire of
OiiAF J. TONKKSSON, the Jeweler.
Bick Lair drove over from Dunseith Mon
day evening to arrange the base ball match
between Bottineau and Dunseith, which
takes place to-day.
Staede & Taylor have now in stock, Tiger
and Woods' Mowers. Come and see them be
fore you buy.
Gents furnishing goods, underwear and
fancy notions—fine stock now at Batcsen &
Ay res.
Fly lng Du tcliman, walking and rlding sulky
plows, also walking and riding gang plows, on
liand at Staede & Taylors.
A party composed of Chas. Taylor, FAnk
Morrissey, M. O. Tibbits, Joe 1'inkerVjn,
Dave Hillhouse, Chas. Fyfe, Dave Hoover
and George Benuett, enjoyed a drive to
Fish Lake last Sunday.
If you want a good article in the agricultur
al implement line for what ft is worth, call
and see Charles Taylor.
SheriffPitts of Mcllenry Co., and Wm.Har
ris, of Mouse river, were here Sunday look
ing after horse thieves. They started for
Deloraine Monday morning, as they under
stood the thieves had taken that direction.
The Flying Dutchman sulky and gang plows
are the only perfect wheel plows manufactur
ed. They are for sale at Staede & Taylors.
The boys are having a diamond fixed up
west of the railroad track near the depot.
Messrs. Hawker and son have plowed the
land and scraped the sods off, and when
completed it will make a good base ball
ground.
Flying Dutchman and Flying Norwegian
plows on hand at Staede & Taylors.
Mr. F. Lovett, proprietor of the Queen's
hotel, Deloraine, drove into town on Tues
day last, and two ^hours afterwards his
horse—an imported Clydesdale mare val
ued at $400—dropped dead in the stable.
It is supposed: she got oyerheated
trip.
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The festival at the Presbyterian church,
last Friday evening, was a great success
socially, and fairly so financially. The
literary and musical program was good and
was applauded to the echo, while the baser
wants of the inner man were completely
satisfied. The atteadance was only fai
but the crowd went away pleased, leavi
behind them about $3$ as a'remembrance.
The celebrated Walter A. Woods Harvester
and Binder for sale at Staede
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Tayiora.
The Manitoba railroad announces e:
cursion rates for July 4th at tlie Ate of oife
and one-third fare for round trip tickcts
between points in Minnesota, and inter-state
trips between Minnesota and Dakota and
one fare for round trip tickets locally in
Dakota and between Dakota and Montana
points. Ticket? will be on «ale July 2d, 3d
and 4th, good returning until July 5th in
clusive.
The Walter A. Woods harvester, binder and
mower have brass boxes and all Its bearings.
They are for sale at Staede A Taylors.
Th«' celebrated Walter A. Wood Mower
sale nt 1" V." $taede & Taylors.
Attention, Troop B!
Troop *b, 1st Battalion Mounted Infantry,
will meet for drill on Monday, tho 25th
iust. All members of .the troop are re
quired to be at the armory at 2 o'clock p. m.
of that day, J« G. THOMPSON,
Capt. Commanding Troop.
Are you going anywheroiJUily 4tb? If so,
do not forget the low rutoj via the Manitoba
line. 46-2.
Mr. Adam Sachs, of Willow City, has pur
chased Mr. Budde's lumber yard here, and
is now prepared to fill orders for all kinds of
lumber, lath, shingles, &c.
Staede & Taylor are thejsolc agents of the
terrritory north and west of Nelson county,
for the celebrated Walter A. Woods Mower.
life
For Bent.
The Slettebak & Ertresvaag building will
be rented cheap if leased by the year. For
teims apply to W. B. PEASE, agent.
It looks as^if every one was planning a
holiday on the Fourth of July. The low
rates announced by the St. P., M. & M. Ry.
are influence for a great deal of travel.
4G-2.
Minnesota chief thresher, Giant and Still
water engines for sale at Staede & Taylors.
Settlers continue to arrive from Manitoba.
Early last week Mr. Leitch and Mr. Sutton
came over to stay. Last Sunday Win. Kip
pen, a relative of our Bob's, arrived with
his family. lie returned Monday to Delor
aine to meet his brother, who is on the way
with a herd of stock and a load of house
hold effects. Let them come, we give them
a hearty welcome.
Ely Notes.
Horse thieves are again in our neighbor
hood. They have stolen two saddles and a
field glass their next prize will be a horse
or two or perhaps a small herd, if they can
secure them. Suspicious characters should
be watched at once and all their movements
reported and followed.
Quite a number of land contests are now
in progress in our neighborhood, and more
to follow. Land.seeois to be getting valu
able.
Mr. and Mrs. McEwen, of Strathclair,
Man., arrived at Ely last Friday noon, two
and a half days only driving 170 miles.
They visit at A. L. Sinclair's for a few days.
They are delighted witlyrthe appearanre of
the country.
Another car load of Walter A. Wood light
binders, BUILT IN 1888, received
direct from the factory Wednesday, at Staede
& Taylor's.
Fourth of July excursion rates will bo put
into effect as usual this season, and all hav
ing the time to take a holiday should avail
themselves of the low rates offered by the
Manitoba railroad. 46-2.
Celebrate tlie Fourth of July by visiting
your friends. The Manitoba road will pelL
excursion tickets at very low rates. 4t)-%
Mouse River Ferry.
Last Saturday morning Messrs. J. G.
Thompson, Wm. strceter, S. W. Pierson and
D. G. Thompson went to Mouse river to look
up a location for a ferry across that stream.
There is quite a settlement on the west side
of the river, and the people there would like
to come hero to do their trading, but there
is no way to cross tho river. If the county
will supply a ferry boat, it would be a good
scheme for somebody to take a claim on the
river, put up a "stopping place," and attend
to the ferry. This would induce many more
settlers to go in there, and would be a good
thing for the county as well as this town.
The party went by the way of R. B. Scott's
ranch, and they all agree in saying*that the
land west of here to the ri7er is a) guol as
can be found in Dakota. They struck the
river about the south line of township 162
then turned down river and camped the
first night about half way across the town
ship, range 79. Next day they found what
is known as the old half-breed crossing, on
the line between townships 162 and 163
They also found there the stakes marking
the claims which Sam Greiner and Jacob
Ilearonemus had located a few days pre
vious. The river is near the east side of the
bottom land, and the prairie slopes gently
to the water's edge. The river at this point
is about 300 feet wide and 3 feet deep. On
the western shore is a hay meadow some
three-quarters of a mile wide, and the high
prairie can be reached by a ravine, which
furnishes a very easy grade for a road.
From this point to the boundary line is a
succession of hay meadows, the river valley
being on an average about a mile wide.
per's.
MAntUEn:—On Tuesday, June 19, at the
residence of Duncan McArthur, by tlie Rev.
Mr. Hulbert, Mr. D. H. McArthur, of Botti
neau, to Mis% Amelia Knapp, of Hamilton,
Ont.
It has often been remarked that our hand
some and popular druggist, D. H. McArthur,
did not bestow much affection on any Of the
Bottineau belles, and many wondered there
at, but now it transpires that Dougal had
lost his heart some few summers ago. on the
classic shores of Lake Huron, where he met
the present Mrs. McArthur.
Last Monday evening Miss Knapp arrived
here, and on Tuesday the nuptial knot was
tied and now they are settled down in their
cosy little home in Bottineau.
Along with a host of admiring friends, the
PIOSEER extends
$£gr%t4ul$tjojw.to
Mrs. McArthur,
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Bottineau, Dakota, Thursday, June 21,1888. No. 40
Mr.jjnd
Till: GLORIOUS.FOURTH.
The followirt^ program of the sports and
amusements for the 4th of July has been
prepared by the committee on games:
The assembly will bo called t® order by
Hon. John W. Bennett, president of the day,
at*
10 o'clock a. m.
Prayer by the .chaplain.
National anthem by the Bottineau Glee
club.
Reading of the Declaration of Independ
ence by Hon. S. W. l'ierson.
Music by the Glee club, "Marching
Through Georgia."
Short speeches by Hon. John W. Bennett,
Hon. V. B. Noble, Judge L. D. Dana, M. S.
Harmon, Duncan Sinclair and others, in
terspersed with music.
Base ball at 10 a. rn., prize $25.
Lacrosse match at 1 p. m., prize $25.
Horse racing at 2 p. m. Best two in
three heats, half mile dash, first prize §20,
second $15, third $10.
Trotting race, one mile dash, best two in
three heats, first prize $15, second $10.
Pony .race, half mile dash, under 14i
hands, first prize $15, second $10.
Half mile loot race, first prize $7, second
$3.
Potato race, first prize ?5, socond $3.
100 yard foot race, first prize $2, second
$1.
Boys three logged race, first prize $2, sec
ond $1.
Boys 100 yard race, first prize ?1, second
50c.
Putting shoulder stone, first $2, second $!•
Military drill in squads of four private*
and one officer, at 5 p. m., first §10, second
$5.
Trap shooting, best out of ten shots, first,
prize 10, second $5.
All entries on horse racing to be marie at
Taylor's office before 10 o'clock 4tn of July.
A Grand Concert
Will be given on the evening of July Fourth,
by the Bottineau "Delineators," when an en
joyable evening's entertainment can be had.
A grand galaxy of stars, under tho leader
ship of Carl Smith, the well known come
dian, have voluntcex-cd their services for that
purpose, when mirth will be let loose for
once. This entertainment will be of such a
character that the most fastidious need not
blush, only from the fatigue of laughing
Bring your wives, sweethearts and children,
and give tho boys a roaring houge. See
bills.
Strawberries and ice cream tomorrow and
Saturday evening at J03 Syers'.
Mr. Wm. Clayton, from Grand Forks, has
started a boot and shoe shop in town, and
is prepaiel to do all kinds pf work in his
line. See ad.
The Willow City base ball team got done
up at Dunseith last Saturday by the Dun
seith boys. The score was 17 to 30 in favor
of Dunseith. Ihc Bottineau ball jugglers
wont to Dunseith this morning to play the
"Calico Nine,*' and a good game is expected.
The "Calicos" are coming here on the 4th
to carry off the $25 prize—if tlicy can win it.
Jiditoriai'. Excursion..
The editorial excursion party, in charge
of D. R. McGinnis, arrived by special train
last Friday evening at about 6 p. m. and
made a stay of 45 minutes. They were
driven in carriages up to Dana's hill, and
after returning and looking over the stock
and grain which the farmers had brought
in to exhibit, the Rev. Ezra Turner made a
speech of welcome on behalf of the citizcns
of Bottineau, in which he gave a short
sketch of the early settlement of Bottineau
county and contrasted it with the present
condition of the county.
The Hon. Norman J. Colman, U." S, Com
missioner of Agriculture, was next intro
duced by the genial McGinnis, and in a neat
little- speech to ik occasion to compliment
the farmers on their fine display of stock,
which he said was the best he had seen since
leaving St. Paul. He also spoke in glowing
terms of the appearance of this country,
and emphatically declared that no part of
the United States has brighter prospects
than the Northwest, and especially North
Dakota.
Mr. Colman was followed by G. A. Mar
tin, of the American Agriculturist, New
York C. D. Colman, Colman's Rural World,
St. Louis G. W. Hill, The Farmer, St. Paul
and W. II. Lawrence, Ohio Farmer, Cleve
land, who made short speeches compliment
ary to the country, stock, etc.
This excursion was arranged by C. H.
Warren, Gen. Pass. Agent St. P., M. & M.
Railway, and was in charge of D. R. Mc
Ginnis, private secretary to Mr. Warren,
and w€ want to say right here that a better
man could not .have been selected for the
position. Too much credit cannot be given
Mr. Warren for planning this excursion,
for if these gentlemen, who represent the
leading farm journals of the United States,
and who are all close observers, will only
*ive their impressions of this country,
rough their different papers, an incalculable
amount of advertising will be given to Da
kota. Most of the gentlemen composing the
party had never been in the Northwest be
fore and were surprised and delighted with
what they saw.
The excursionists had been out ten days,
had been up to Winnipeg and out as far
west as Helena, and were then on their re
turn trip, having traveled nearly 4,000
miles since leaving St. Paul. The following
are the names of the excursionists and their
occupations and places of business:
Hon. Norman J. Colman, Commissioner
of Agriculture, Washington, DC.
J. Book waiter, Land Commissioner St. P.,
M. A M. Railroad. v
O. l). Ladow, private secretary- to Commis*.
sioner C'oliuan.
C. D- Coinxan, Colman'a Rural World, St.
jjouis, Mo. .::
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Ohio.
W. If. Lawrence, Ohio Former, Cleveland,
Orange Jiidd, Prairie Farmer, Chicasro, III.
J. 1J. Conner, Indiana Farmer, Indianajiolirf,
Ind.
A. \V. C'liecver, New England Farmer, Bos
ton, Mass.
(f. A. Martin, American Agriculturist, New
York.
0. W. Hill, Tho Farmer, Kt. Paul, Minn.
It. Waugli, Northwest Farmer, Winnipeg,
ManltolKi.
1. '. Wade, President Dakota Board of
AKfieultnre, Jamestown, Dak.
Dr. J. Ailoway, Territorial Veterinarian,
Grand Forks, i)ak.
Col. J. II. Stevens, Farm, Stock and Home.
Minneapolis, Minn.
Oil. M. I/itfsctt, Benson, Minn.
8. H. Btanehard, Iiutnchnrd. Dak.
E. H. Thursby, Towner. Dak.
W- H. Morrison, superintendent Farmers'
Institute, Madison, W is.
Cathro Elected.
Unusual interest was manifested in the
school election on Tuesday, and the people
generally turned out to vote, which shows
that they nre anxious for good school gov
ernment. The best of good feeling prevailed,
and the gonerel sentiment appeared to be:
Let the best man win, bo he a democrat, re
publican, prohibitionist or mugwump.
There were three candidates in tho field
for county superintendent: F. W. Cathro,
Alex. Burr and Henry Rochelcau, the latter
being the dark horse from Willaw City. Mr.
Cathro was elected by a handsome msyority
over his two opponents, which proves con
clusively that bis work has bean satisfac
tory to tho people.
The other officers elected were a township
treasurer and three directors for each school
township. The retur»3 arc all in except
from one precinct, and the vote for superin
tendent is as follows:
Oak Crrck—Wm Clark Jr, Hugh" Nichol,
Jaj McVicar, directors John Clark, trea-'.
Twps 101-62, II 77—John Taylor, Samuel
Kinley, John Cameron, directors W II Gor
rill, treasurer.
Willow—Albert Marshall, J. Shroeder.
Jno C'harbonneau, directors W Smith,
treasurer.
The St. P., M. & M. Ry. comes to the
front with their usual announcement of ex
cursion rates for the Fourth of July. See
your agent for rates for your family. 46-2.
Land Matters.
The undersigned having completed his
term as register of the Devils Lake Laud
district, has opened an office in the land
ofcee building, Devils Lake, for practice
a4an attorney in all matters relatiug to the
pifidic lands.
Settlers desiring consultation or advice
an|^ assistance as to filings, proofs, loans or
matters under contest in dispute, either
here or at Washington, will have careful at
tention.
37 HEKBY W. LORD."
NEW ADVEliTISEMEMTS.
NOTICE
IT^-a w* Will bo served in the Bap
BPlil Ilf^f tist church, Bottineau, be
tween 12 and 2 o'clock p.
m. on tlie 4th of July, for only cents.
Everybody Invited to attend.
46-2 President.
Photography
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WM. BUCKINELL, Manager.
FIFTH STREET, ... BOTTINEAU.
WM. CLAYTON,
13ootJ Shoemaker
BHOP back of McKft&n's livery barn,
BOTTINEAU, DAKOTA.
LOST.
One day lpst week, on the road between Bot
tineau and Joseph Coryell's place, a teacher's
school register. Any one finding the same
will please return it to tills office. 44-tf
E STRAY
OAButte
ME to the prepii
8t. Paul, Friday night, a broyn
broncho mare, white fetlocks, very wild, had
on a halter, bridle and small piece of rope.
Owner will prove property and pay expense
to Mr. Urunelle, on tho premises, or by apply
ing at this ofliee.
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Lime Sale
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r. W. W.WKI, \Vr«(.rn r.'ira!, 111. 1 A "1
Milton (Joortcc, Westfrn Kural, III. I l\ y-l
Wilni"r AtkinHon, Farm Journal, Phila- I I I
slpI'lH, Pn.
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Koche-
i Cathro1 Burr. lean.
Bottineau, No. 1 39 20 l'
No 2 8 i 11
Oak Creek 11 i 27
Willow Yale i 33 o
Amity, Sub-Dist No 1 7 6
N o 2 5 (i
No 3 i 9 i 7
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Twps 1G1-G2, 77... 13 6
Fidelity No 1 8 32
Willow No 1 37 i 13
No 2 10 1 2
Dist No 6 20 i 48
Eidsv.old -j
12
Total I 212 i 83 126
Tbi3 gives Mr. Cathro a majority of 8ti
votes, with one precinct^to hoar from.
Below is a partial list of the township
officers elected:
Amity—Geo Miller, Geo Yeomans, Jos
Coryell, directors Wm £mde, treasurer.
Bottineau—J Thompson, Jas Bacon,
A Greig, directors Woodward, treas.
FARMERS,
40-^m
MI18. EZRA TURNER,
$6
Cabinet Photos (or
From now until the 4th of July inclusive.
Those desiring
this opportunity.
photographs should seize
(satisfaction guaranteed.
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ADVERTISE ADVERTISE |.
Locals, 10 cents a line each insertion.
Lcpul advertisements ftt lepil rules. At
tornevs ordering lepil advertisements pub
lished, will he held responsible for the r«y*
ment of the publication fees.
Tlie Pioneer is tte Ecst Mnrtisinf
Medium West of Devils Lake.
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The following are the rate* for pthreiifariaj
in the PIONEER:
Displayed, $1.00 j»« v inch per nontK} 76
w hen over two inches.
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Display
ansessssaa
Bos Rhocli Oranges,
Fine Messina Lemons,
Luscious Bananas,
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Rosy Apples
TVrnvinal Fruits in Pro-
i i opicai
fusion
All kinds of
good, sound
Nuts.
Confectionery in nil conceivable
forms. Spices, pure and fresh.
Strongest flavoring Ex
tracts. Finest line of
CIGARS
In the west. Look out for celebrated brands,
this week, entirely new,
CUBAN PLANTATION,"
"ALL STOCK AND NO STYLE."
Everything in the drug line complete.
Wc are headquarters for everything good
and pure.
(Ijcflithur
MAIN ST. BOTTINEAU
Meals at all
hours, at the
City Bakery
and u n
Room.
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New Fruits,
Fresh Confec
tionery, Good
Cigars, &<\, at
Joe Syers'.
look to your interest, and in
sure in the okUreliable,
Farmers'
Mutual
Protective
Association
Always Pays 100 Cents on the Dollar.
Half Million Dollars saved to the farmers of
Dakota in the past three years.
Losses Paid Last Year, $167,000
M. O. TIBllITS, F. D. LORD,
Bottineau. Lordsbure.
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BOTTINEAU, DAK.
Fire, lightning, tornado and hail insuring*
promptly and properly written in
Solid Companies
M. O. TIBBITS.
ALLIANCE
HAIL ASSOCIATION
Insures against loss by hail. Membership
fee, $2.00 assessment not to exceed
25 cents per aero. NO LOSS,
NO ASSESSMENT.
FICELsIT Y
Fire Insurance Co
(Alliance Department.)
Insures against fire and lightning,
For FIVE YEARS for 2 per cent
JOHN BRANDER,
SOLICITING AG KMT, H0TTlKJEA®\
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PHILO.
This fine Percheron Stallion will stand for
the season of 1838 as follows:
MOXUAY8 AXi) TUESDAYS at Bottineitu*
WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS, at
Willow City.
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS, ftt L. P.
LeMay's farm, near Lordwburg.
33-17 L. P. LuMA'Y, Proprietor.
s. w.
PIERSON, V
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Having located in Bottineau, I
am prepared to take contractt
for buildings of all kinds.
MATERIAL FURNlSliEj^
^References Given.
Plans and Specifications
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