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Subject: [NDMCHENR] Towner Newspaper Transcriptions
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2001 20:23:12 -0700
Partial Transcriptions of Some Towner Newspapers
Source: Towner News & Stockman; Towner, McHenry County, North Dakota;
February 16, 1906
Neck ties in all the latest styles just received at ERICKSON's.
Dr. BURCHETT of Upham, was in the city Monday on a business trip.
Henry ERICKSON was a Bantry visitor last Wednesday and Thursday.
A. A. BLACK is a new subscriber this week to the News and Stockman.
Henry ERICKSON made a business trip to Rugby the fore part of the week.
W. S. DAVIDSON, of Russell, was in the city Tuesday on his way to Devils
Geo. HAMES, manager of the Denbigh Lake View Pharmacy spent Sunday in the
K. N. WYLIE, the hustling Bantry financier and banker, was a business
O. B. JACKSON, cashier of the Denbigh State bank, was doing business in
the city Monday.
S. J. EGGE pays the highest market price for all kinds of hides. Either
cash or trade.
Miss EDRIDGE, who is teaching the Dexheimer school south of town, is on
the sick list.
J. S. MILLER leaves for Grand Forks tomorrow night to attend a social
function to be given by the Elks.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DOMPIER are now at home in their new cottage just
north of A. A. SANDE's photo gallery.
If you want good foot wear try the W. L. Douglas shoe for sale by S. J.
EGGE. None better.
R. A. FOX arrived the latter part of last week with two carloads of
horses which he purchased at Iowa and Minnesota points.
Charles T. GRACE, of Russell, passed thru the city Tuesday on his way to
Devils Lake to make final proof on a fine claim in Bottineau county.
J. E. WAEGNER, of Grain Valley, Minn., arrived here Monday en route for
Bantry, where his father resides. Mr. WAEGNER contemplates purchasing a
farm in that vicinity.
J. CHRISTIANSEN left Tuesday noon for Bismarck to attend a meeting of the
board of railroad commisioners. The Granville case comes up for hearing at
this meeting of the board.
It will pay every reader of this paper to read the advertisement of the
Murray Cure which is doing splendid work in curing the drink habit. Write
for booklets and testimonials. It may save some friends of yours.
If you want a bargain in overshoes call at Henry ERICKSONS. He is
closing them out regardless of cost.
J. N. KUHL, cashier of the First National bank, purchased the O. B.
JACKSON residence on Main street the fore part of the week. Mrs. KUHL and
the children are expected here about March 1st.
Just a little Kodol after meals will relieve that fullness, belching, gas
on stomach and all other symptoms of indigestion. Kodol digests what you
eat, and enables the stomach and digestive organs to perform their
functions naturally. Sold by W. L. HARRIS.
Oscar LYMBURNER & Son have recently disposed of their fuel business to
Mrs. Anna YATES HARRIS, and her brother, Philip YATES. We have not learned
under what firm name the business will be conducted. It is understood that
Mr. SEYMOUR will give his entire attention to the implement business.
For sale, four thoroughbred pups eight weeks old, just right to train
next summer. Inquire of Gus SUKE.
James E. REED, one of Towner's oldest and most honored citizens, bears
the distinction of being the oldest Knight of Pythias in McHenry county if
not in the state--having "rode the goat" at Middleton, Ohio, over
thirty-five years ago. He is still true to the order and does much to make
the local lodge a success.
A good joke was perpetrated on a young couple last Sunday at the depot.
The young man was taking his leave and of course the young lady was there
to see him off. A number of young people were there too, and had their
pockets filled with rice, and for a few minutes it reminded one of a snow
storm. However, the storm soon cleared up and everybody laughed.
F. I. KERMOTT of Sheyenne and Dr. L. H. KERMOTT of Towner are the
proprietors of the Lakeview Pharmacy at this place. They will stock up the
store at once and promise us that they run an up-to-date drugstore in every
way. G. E. HAINES of Towner will be the manger of the Lakeview Pharmacy in
the future.--Denbigh Promoter
REED & WALKER will make you a farm loan at 8 per cent. No commission--No
There is strong talk of telephone connections at Deep River with
Granville and other points.
Mrs. Frank BOLL living near Deep River is reported very ill with a
complication of diseases.
Dr. PAYNE has been quite ill during the past two weeks, but in somewhat
improved at this writing.
Mr. N. CARTWRIGHT left Sunday for Hot Springs, Ark., where was called by
the serious illness of his wife.
F. A. NEWMAN, of Deep River, was a substantial business caller at this
office Thursday. Mr. NEWMAN reports times quiet about his baillwick, but
lots of auction sales.
The Soo railroad company paid their taxes the fore part of the week
amounting to about $1200. The Soo company asked for only a slight
reduction in their taxes this year.
F. A. LARSON, assistant cashier of the first Nat. bank, returned Friday
from a three weeks stay at Thorne, where he officiated during the absence
of the cashier of the First State bank of that place.
Anton THORSON, who sold his farm last fall and moved to Minnesota, has
been in town during the past two weeks Mr. THORSON has just about
concluded to buy a farm and return to North Dakota.
More to follow
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