Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, October 08, 1915, Image 6

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se' GEYSER JUDITH BASIN TIMES CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS. IT IS FREE. if you are interested in a Beninese -course, or e Shorthaud or Gas Tractor and Auto iflugiueering course, write to Aaker's Burliness College, Grand Forks, N. D., or Fargo, N. D., for their new illustrated catalog. It is free.-- Adv. Not That End. \They say now that kissing is fin - sanitary.\ 'Well, did you ever hear of any body going into a kissing bee fur his health ?'' When all others fall to please Try Dehison's Coffee. However, the man who drinks his soup is, as a rule, preferable to the one who Inhales it. IN STERLING LIVES A GIRL Who Suffered As Many Girls Do—Tells How She Found Relief. Sterling, Conn.—\ I ain a girl of 22 years and I used to faint away every month and was very weak. I was also bothered a lot with female weakness. I read your little book 'Wisdom for Wo- men,' and I saw how others had been helped by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound, and decided to try it, and It has made me feel like a new girl and I am now relieved of all these troubles. I hope all young girls will get relief as I have. I never felt better in my life.\—Mrs. JOHN TDTREAULT, Box 116, Sterling, Conn. Maasena, N. Y.—\ I have taken Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I highly recommend it. If anyone wants to write to me I will gladly tell her about my ease. I was certainly in a bad condition as my blood WAD all turn- ing to water. I had pimples on my face and a bad color, and for five years I had been troubled with suppression. Tha doctors called it 'Anemia and Exhaus- tion,' and said I was all run down, but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound brought me out all right\— Miss LAI/12A MvitEs, Box 74, Massena, N.Y. • Young Girls, Heed This Advice. Girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging -clown sensations, fainting spells or indigestion,should immediately seek restoration to health by taking Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the liver is right the stomach and bowels are right. CARTER'S urrcE LIVER PILLS gentlybutfirmly corn pet a lazy liver to do its duty. Cures Cori. stipation, In. digestion, Sick kloadac-he, and Distress After Eating. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature sOZ , Ze A Soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed For Douches In the local treatment of woman's Ills, such as lenoorrhoest and inflammation, hot douches of Paztine are very efficacious. No woman who has ever used medicated douches will fail to appreciate the clean and healthy condition Paxtine produces and the prompt relief from soreness and discomfort which follows Its use .TII is is hermits. Paz tine ix - mosses superior cleansing, disinfect. lug and healing properties. For ton years the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. has reo- °remanded Paz tine in their private correspondence with wo- men, which proves Its superi- ority. Women who have been relieved say it is \ worth Its weight in gold.\ At druggists. 60e. large box or by mall. Sample free. The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. _ BLACK LOSSES SURELY PREYDITED er eatery Wield*, Pine, bole- ti - feed. fresh. reliable; preferred by Western stockmen, because they LEG whom ether Y101111114 tail. Writer for booklet and testimonials. 10•dese pkgs. 1111mitleg site sa•i.b. Blieklm Pills 4.60 Um any injector, but Cultiren beet, rim suPeriority of flutter products 111 due to over 15 •eara of ree-ratIsIng In vacelme a•d servals ealy. feelst ea Cutter's. If unobtainable. order direct. the Bette laboratory, Berkeley, Cal., m Cakes*, ill KER HAIR BALSAM • toilet preparation of merit. Helps to eradicate dandruff. For Restoring Color ond Beauty to Gray or Faded II•ir fee an1 Si at Surrgerare. Cedar Posts R ington and Ore pill from Weeh• 7 go red cedar Ot4 our prices before buying. Broushioe \Wiggle\ Os.. 910-1111 Yeas Bldg.. Berthed. Oregon - i.l esi. 11, 4A. As. Dv. hememen Wm. ••.. DN. M. Mao O.... 113.. 11 , .. SM.. Ihk••••••• C.:410w PertHric. firwthr- fl 'IV caniftsi its. stow castle Live Stook Commission St ft RNA ON. Write for free market letter. W. N. U., FARGO, NO. 41, 11115. In C Montana kl) of Past Few Days Important Doings Throughout the State. Edited and Arranged for Our Headers. FUNDS FOR STATE PROJECTS ;Interior Department Announces Al- lotment for IrrIgation Projects in Montana. Washington. -- The interior depart- ment has announced the allotment of funds for the continuing of the work on the government irrigation projects in Montana up to June 30, 1916; these funds being taken from appropriations made by congress last session. II, is observed that the allotments do not equal the appropriations, but the dif- ference is retained, it is said, to meet emergencies, to pay administration charges turd is available if needed. The ampules Minted. it is thought, are all that will be required for actual con- struction work, according to the judg- ment of the engineers in charge. The allotments for the Montana projects. together with the amounts of the ap- propriations by congress, are given be- low: Allot- A ppropri- Project. ment. a t ion. ; Sun Riser $719,940 $1,100,000 St. Mary's stor- age 47.852 Milk river 422,322 1,100,000 Huntley 120,008 150,000 Lower Yellow- stone 46.932 70,000 The Milk river appropriation by con- gress is to cover also Si. Mary's stor- age. No explanation was given as to the large deduction from the amount of the appropriation for the Sun river and Milk river projects, save that it is said that the full amounts cannot ex- peditiounly be used before June 30 next. TRANSFER WATER SYSTEM Billing Bench Water Users' Associa- tion Organized to Take Over Car- ey Act Project. Billings.—With the organization of the Billings Bench W'ater Users' as- sociation final steps were taken in the transfer of the irrigating system of the Billings Land and Irrigation company, a Carey act project. to the settlers to which it supplies water. At a meeting of the stockholders of the association officers were elected and negotiations for the transfer of the system completed. The deal is by far the largest and most important made in Eastern Mon- tana this year. The association will be capitaliaed at $600,000. divided into 30,000 shares of $20 each. The arti- cles have already been signed by :;ti land owners, and it is expected that every farmer on the project will be- come financially interested. The plans contemplate the expendi- ture of about $9,000 in enlarging the tipper water for irrigating all of the land on the bench, about acres being still vacant. The system is main- tained by the payment of El per acre for irrigable land in the project, amounting to between $16,000 and $17,- 000 annually. Under association man- agement all land for which water is available, whether owned by the origi- nal company or by individuals, will be assessed for upkeep and enlorge- mettle. REPORTS OF EARLY CROPS Returns From Threshing Operations Fulfill Advance Estimates' For Valley County District. Glasgow—Returns reaching this city daily from threshing operations are fulfilling advance estimates that the wheat yield of Valley county this year would range front 25 to 35, and some- times 40 bushels per acre. Thomas L. McCormick. one of the county's most advanced and energetic homesteadere, whose place is about 15 miles west of this city and one mile south of Tampico station, on the Great Northern railway, announced in this city this week that from the 175 acres he planted to grain he has threshed an aggregate of 6,000 bushels. Hie 120 acres of wheat yielded 3,940 bushels per acre. His 45 acres of oats averaged 47 bushels per acre, making a total yield of 1,115 bushels. lie foresaw a possibly low wheat market and a month ago sold his wheat, under a wire future contract transaction, September delivery. at Du- luth, and received $1 per bushel. His wheat was graded No. 1 1 / 2 by the buy- ers, which is an exceptional quality credit. It weighed 63 pounds to the bushel. Livingston Pastor Resigns. Livingeten.—The Rev. E. W. Cross, for three yenta pastor of the Holbrook Congregational church in this city, has handed in his resignation to tile official board. As soon as another pas- tor can be secured he will leave to take up his work in Grinnell, Iowa, where he will be pastor of the largest Congregational church in that state. Not only among the church people of his denomination, but throughout the city he has been one of the most pop- ular ministers who ever lived here. SHEEP MOVEMENT REPORTED 75,000 Head Being Driven From Galkit In Forest Reseree to Fall Past- ures In the Valley. • - - Bozeman.- The movement of 75,00 head of eheepfrom their summer law ture In the Gallatin forest reserve has just been started, according to announ- cement made by supervisor It. E. Bod• ley, and within the next 10 days erne. tically the whole number are to Inc driven from the mountainous regions to their fall pastures in the valleys Many thousand head are being sold to buyers outside Montana. There are also 7,400 cattle on the reserve unit 1,000 horses. These will be moved out within the next two months. In c our - molting upon the grazing conditions in the territory in his charge, Mr. Hod by stated that the grass this year ea, very abundant. and because of the irL usual rainfall, is remaining green nuicii longer than in previous years. The de' vation of many parts of the best gnus' jag area is between 10,000 and Mese feet, and there are thought to be vim' few national forest reserves in the country better suited for stock feeding purposes. OSTEOPATHS FOR ASYLUMS Speaker at Annual Convention Favors AdditIono to Staffs of State Institutions. Ilelena.—That every state institution for the insane should have an este° path on it staff was the reco1nmeeda- (ion made by 1)r. R. M. Wolf of Big' Timber in opening the annual convetr- tion of the Montana Osteopath associa- tion, which convened at the Unitatian church. Dr. Wolf proposed the above declaration in his annual address as president of the association. \The if- sults accomplished at the institution established 'at Mason City, Mo., em- phasizes the need of having an oste- opath physician on each of all state institutions for caring for the Insane. said Dr. Wolf. Dr. Asa Williard of Missoula gave an address on \Displacement of Ver- tebrate as a Cause of Insanity.\ A number of cases were cited which had shown differing types of insanity and which had been cured by adjusting the vertebrae of the neck, which had be- come displaced because of some alight accident. Seed Peas One of Beet Crops. Bozeman—That seed peas on suit- able land properly farmed make one of the best crops Montana can pro- duce. and that the yields are larger in the Gallatin valley than in the older pea growing districts of the east, is demonstrated by the returns from the threshing machine, on the Miles & Nash ranch, a few miles west of Boze- man. From 84 acres the farmers will receive between $7,000 and $8,000 for the peas. The Alaska peas, of which Miles & Nash had 60 acres, yielded 3,100 bushels, or over 50 bushels to the acre. The contract price for these peas is $1.50 per bushel making the per acre yield of this field a little more than $75. The Nott's Excelsior peas, of which 24 acres were planted. bring $2.50 per bushel, and the yield, which was computed before the close of the threshing to be between 40 and 50 bush- els per acre, would thus have a cash value of from $96 to $120 per acre. Thief's Conscience Hurts. Great Falls.—Rather than bee an in- nocent man suffer for a theft had not committed, the person who sever- al days ago stole a gold watch and chain from the road house at Fields. south of this city, sent the stolen val- uables to the GreaS Falls police de- partment by mall with a note stating that the writer could not stand by and See a married man who' had been ac - caused of the theft suffer. The watch was afterward identified he Telly Ste peck. manager of the road house, as the one which had been stolen from him. Thomas F. Connell of this city had been in the road house at the time of the disappearance of the watch and he had been arrested, charged with the theft. A hearing war held and he was discharged. after which the watch was turned over to its owner. Fine Corh Displayed at Belgrade. itelgrade.—There is a very fine dis- play of corn on exhibition in several local stores. The variety is of King corn with stalks 12 feet high. The ears are large, well filled and uniform in size. The corn was grown in the gar- den of John Cowan on Quaw boulevard. It. L. Frank of Valley View has a corn tract to rival that recently displayed by Thomas Gordon. There are many Gallatin ranchers who believe corn may be grown as successfully here. Operates on Five -Day -a -Week Basis. Deer Lodge.—Effective at once and until further notice, the local Milwau- kee shops will run on a five -day -a - week basis instead of six. a. hereto- fore. In accordance with orders le- aned by G. E. , Cessford, district master mechanic. It is not known how long this schedule will last. but it would not be surprising if It is continued dur- ing the winter. Other points on the system, it is thought, will make simb tar reductions. Electrification Work Rushed. Missoula.—Electrification work along the Missoula division of the Milwau- kee is moving rapidly and there is ac- tivity in this work all the way from Deer Lodge on the east to Avery on the west. It was reported that the dis- tribution of poles for the power wires had reached as far west as Clinton. The crew setting poles left Deer bodge some time ago. The heaviest work In progress, however, ie at the sub- station for handling the \Juice\ and giving it proper distribution along the line. SLACK COAL RATE ORDERED REDUCED RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS DE. FINE TERM DESCRIBING LOW GRADE ARTICLE. Is PROUD OF FRUIT OF STATE State Horticulturist Ships Seventy-five Boxes of Apples to Panama -Pa- cific Exposition—Peaches of Splendid Quality Shown. Helena. The board of railroad commissioners has decided the case of coal operators in the Bear Creek district against the Montana, Wyoming & Southern Rail- road company and the Northern Pacific Railway company. In this case the com- plainants alleged that in their mining operations there was a large quantity of low grade coal produced which was of such small value that it was difficult to move by reason of Its low value, and complainants alleged that slack coal should be granted a lower rate than higher grades. The commission, in deciding the case, found that slack coal has been used in Montana as a general term describing coal of a low grade, and for uniformity in rate making it de- fines slack coal as \all coal that will pass through a 1 1 / 2 -inch mesh or through a %-bar screen, or through equivalent of either In round or oblong openings, and not further screened.\ The commission made an order that the defendant railway companies file an amended schedule naming joint rates on slack coal 10c per ton lees than the rates on lump coal in ship- ments of from one to 76 miles; 15c per ton less front 75 to 125 miles, and 20c less from 125 to 175 miles, and 25c less over 175 miles. * * * Proud of State's Fruit. Among the busy department super- intendents who were rushing the work of cleaning up their division at the state fair, M. L. Dean, state horticul- turist, had more than an ordinary task when he shipped 75 boxes of prize apples to the Panama -Pacific exposi- tion. \A great many people do not look apon Montana as a horticultural state,\ said Mr. Dean. \Many people think the commonwealth as a produc- er of apples only. What pleased me this year more than anything else was the fact that we had splendid displays of fruit which hitherto seemed un- heard of in the state. \Peaches of splendid quality were shown. J. C. Wood of Big Fork, in the Flathead country, showed 15 va- rieties of peaches. W. W. Biggs of Plains had some line Early Crawford,, George H. Grubb and Jesse Yenney (you can spell his name backwards or forwards, ,as you please) were others from that' section who allowed good peaches. \We had a whole season's display of cherries. Some of the earliest sweet varieties had been kept in cold stor- age. Blackberries that were luclous and good looking strawberries of fine quality and grapes that were espe- cially fine tasting are among other things under the big glass roof.\ * * * Ducks Free from Malady. Apparently the malady which af- flicted the ducks and other waterfowl at Lake Bowdoin has run itself out, for Dr. J. W. Richardson, deputy state veterinarian, has reported tb his chief, Dr. W. J. Butler, that after several days' search at the lake, he has not been able to discover any disabled or sick ducks. He reports there are any number of ducks at the lake but they are exceedingly lively. He has no doubt that many died from a myeteri- alma malady, but at present the birds appear to be free from it * * * Guardsmen Compete. Members of the Montana national guard from all parts of 'the state as- sembled in Helena to take part in the biennial rifle competition which was held at Fort William Henry Har- rison. Each company commander was au- thorized to send five competitors to the meet, only one of whom shall be a commissioned officer. To the team making the highest score the state trophy was to be awarded, as well as a bronze medal to each member of the team. First Exhibit Proves Winner, Helena. ---For its first appearance as an exhibitor at the state fair, Mussel- shell county sent up an exhibit that aroused a great deal of favorable com- ment. The collection of grains, grass- es and vegetables grown: In the coun- ty Was arranged artistically about a huge musselshell. which formed the center of the wall decoration. This shell was built up of grains and grass- es and lightted with colored lights. Masons Appreciate Hospitality. Chotean—The delegates to the an- nual convocation of the various Mason - grand bodies I n Great Falls have oeturned and all unite In speaking in terms of warmest approval and appre- ciation of the splendid way in which all vlstiting Masons to that city were entertained and taken care of by their hosts. They say nothing was left tin - done that could in any measure con- tribute to the comfort and pleasure of the visitors on the Dart of the Great Falls people. As sure to rise ii You can't always make everything \just so.\ Sometimes you will get in more shortening than usual; or make the batter a little thin; or it may not be convenient to put a cake In the oven the moment it is mixed; or your oven may not bake evenly and it Is necessary to turn the pan around—none of these little uncertainties make the slightest difference in results H you use BAKING POWDER This modern, double -raise baking powder has unusual strength and is absolutely certain to raise your biscuits, cakes and pastry light and -feathery. It generates an abundance of leavening gas both in the mix- ing bowl and in the oven. Tlte. raising is sustained until the dough is cooked through. Housewives who use K C never have \bad luck\ with their baking. Try K C at our risk. Yoyr grocer will refund your money if you are not pleased in every way. MM/Billin It'll(' 11 11111\ll\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ ad, ton Oam, HmEs Crape, etc, (Amp rue Pay lliahare Priem ter FURS, PELTS,WOOL, ETC. Write for tags, price list and free catalog, trap book, etc. Thoold reliable 11011THWMTIRS 11IDEA/tit CO. tOorfOS SIM Si,erta, aisissrous,aimiisou .estalAteu.1 L.s.90 LARGEST SHIPMENT HOUSE McMillan Fur (1). Wool Co. FURS—HIDES WOOL PELTS—GINSENG Write for circular and Trappers' Guide Free, 500 1st Avenue, North, MInueapolts, Minn. Stove and RE p AiRs Furnace I d Xilc,x- .A.11 ndetlx.oss Renew - burned out\ parts before cold weather comes. See your hardware ocgeneral merchan- dise dealer U.S. STOrg ItaPallt CO., DIMISLTOGII Start a Cafeteria We design and build Cafeterias complete and supply everything necessary for thiS mossy making business. Witte us for information, prices and locations. KOEHLER & HINRICEIS COMPANY 255-263 East 3rd St. SE Pawl, IdianseseIs 1 , Write for special discount. L. Eopfmann, . Coetumer,Succetwor, to Smith Costume 0o. 81* Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis MASQUERADE AND THEATRICAL COSTUMES for RENTAL Fargo Directory Shotwell Floral Co. (Bowers and ahippera of cut flowers, plants, etc Write for catalog. Funeral designs on short. notice. Phone clay or nigta. Fargo, N. e. The Waldorf Hotel AND ANNEX AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN RATES: 111.00 AND UP. 140 MODERN ROOMS KELLER a BOYD. Prow% FARGO, N. D. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Established Is 1878 Fargo, North Dakota United States Depositary. Capital, Surplus and 11626,C00.03. The oldest bank In North Dalrous. EltiBERGSETH FISH CO. Importers and w holesale dealers. All kinds of fresh, frown, salt, smoked and canned Ash and oysters. Bend your order to till at VARGO ot MINOT, N.DAK. WELDING & te rt l i ler :; Aluminum, CApnk Cases. Cylinders and Gear Wheels. Portlble plant for outside jobs. Large work a specialty. all work guaranteed. VULCAN WELDING CO.. 1220 FRONT ST.. FARGO STOVE REPAIRS Rend us the name and number of your stove and we can fornleb you the parts at small cust. Ind Nesters Stec I hp* Is.. 712 less* ha,.liestaalls We Buy Scrap Iron &Junk Carload lot, a apeclaity. ('orrespundence given prompt attention. f ergo kat A 5,1.1 Cs,. hugs, N,0. JOHNSON HEATIlle COMPANY Vacuum Pipeless Furnace More Ileat, Lem Fuel, More Ventilation, Less Cost, More Satisfaction, Less lire Risk. Write for cats. Wane. r.esu mama, Cee. 5. r. Ave. and MA St, Frage, M. S. Churning Cream Wanted Highest cash prices promptly paid. FARGO ICE CREAM a DAIRY CO.. Fargo Cylinders Rebored O AREPAIRING WELDING AND MACHINE aim DAKOTA WELDING at MFG. CO.. FARGO Hotel Powers One block south of Gt. Northern disitt om on Broadway. New and Fireproof. s 111; with bath I11.80. Cafeteria an Late Dakota Conservatory of Music (INC.) MOST REASONABLE PRICES, ASK FOR FREE CATALOG, 18-24 Broadway. FARGO. /1.D. Go Into The ;1'2143'42 Business We have It all; Machines, Films, supplies, etc.. for the house or road shows. Write or phone. FARGO FILM EXCHANGE.I I 5readvesy.rargo, P4.0. f COMBINGS of your hair made into Moe switch. Full line of hair goods lit Stock. WRITE OR CALL MRS.ROPELMAN, 314 1e1 Are. North. riksao Manchester Biscuit Co., Manufacturers of BIG SIOUX AND M. B. C. BRANDS BISCUITS, CRACKERS AND CAKES FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA MASQUERADE and THEATRICAL COSTUMES FOR RENT LIGHTING PLANTS Gasoline and Elooirlo for Farm Homes and Puthllo Build- ings. Write for catalog and price. American Os• Meader:1 Co. 17 Eighth Si, S., Forgo. N. D. Drs. Bailey & Kachelmacher SPECIALISTS EYIt. EAR NOSE AND TlillOAT 51 BROADWAY. YARGO, N. D. — 0 Fargo Directory - KODAKS Films and Photo sup- plies. Finishing for Amateurs. Mall ord. era Bolteted. Prices on application. FARGO DRUG COMPANY. sod FRONT Sr.. FARM). NORTH DAKOTA METROPOLE H o t e l COLE 515.517 and 4 05.40 7 N. P. A Buropean Plan— Rooms SO cents to $1.50 JOSEPH St HOESCH LARGEST FIJI HOUSE WEST OF MINNEAPOLIS Flir, remodeled, repaired and altered at lowest cost. Eal Broadway, Vargo. No. Dakota FURS HOUSES FOR SALE FARGO. N.'DN. Both with and without modern Improvements— let u• show you. HODGSON REALTY CO.. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, FARGO, N. D. PHOTOS AND ENLARGING High Class Work Ord/ Call and see us or send In your Sims THE HAMILTON STUDIO. Stem Piam Rallairag. FARGO FARGO COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC All Brancshos of Mosta Taught WRtTS FOR CATALOG. TfIRMS REASONABLE STOOIE BLDG. FARGO, N. D. GAARD 86 MOORE Morticians and Funeral DIrtctors 622 2nd Ave. Nord', Fup, M. 0., Ras 171-a Ship your HIDES, FURS and WOOL to Bolles & Roger.. Fargo. N. D. If we get the goods, you get the money. Have your bank look us up. CORSETS AT POruLta PRICES -it TO $6 Style — Quality — Comfort Sold by Wading toerchanU. II year dealer does not have them write as. We specialize on made to measure orders. Prompt 'orrice. Fargo Corset Co., 121 Robert St., Facto, N. D. MOKSON TRUNK FACTORY Trunks direct from factory to user. Send for illustrated list. Fargo, North Dakota OLIVER DENIS THE HOUSE OF GOOD FURS STORING, REPAIRING AND REMODELING 411 1*150,1.1. FARGO TANNERY ANDREW MONSON, PROP. 5 . RecsIves hides and skins for tanning to har- ness leather, robes and coats. Robes lined. hides bought, leather and robes for sale. Send for price list of FUR COATS, AUTO A14,0 BUGGY ROBES, ETC. FARGO TANNERY, FARGO, N. D. CHIROPRACTIC NON SAL I (Spinal Adjustments) will remove the CAUSE of YOUR troubles so that Nature can resters your health. Investigate! Others do, why not YOU? So* NEWSALT Fargo'S Pioneer Chiropractor Sayings and Loan Bldg., Phan* US& Lady Attendant. Mention this paper. HONEST BARGAINS I t Factor!' PIANOS Rebuilt Why Not Sava About Haiti Write today and let a• fell ye. about than 1111 reply to any letters received T•ferfth• to this au 1 for anything In the st1131110 ' line we will quote special prices In all departments, ranging fnim 0 to tOS discount from real valor, depending on the kind of musical Instruments or goods wanted. KrerythIng backed by our personal guarantee to be ex• artly as represented. Our DS years of eno• cessf el trnsinees insures you aosulnte pro- tection and a square deal. Use.1 Neel. $ 37.01 up Used Grilse, 114.1. we New Piss., 121.SS op Mew Orp•e, 13.04 up Cerium, $2.75,, Bargains In all departments In the sante proportion. STONE PIANO e:omenrry r.rd.., North Dakota, Grand Fortin

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