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Mandan, N. D., Feb. Judge W, C. Cr AW ford went on record, when In re sponse to a pica for leniency for Frank Rerger, who pleaded guilty to frigging, made by State's Attorney Langer, he said, "I do not believe in showing any mercy, to ft blindplgger. If he soils li uuor contrary to the North Dakota law he deserves everything the court can give him. There are extenuating circumstances some times, but for a man to plead that was ignorant of the law is a farce." State's Attorney Linger smashed all records whrn he had fortv-threfe betfrh warrants issued in the momltag and twenty odd issued during the lifter noon. all for the arrest of alleged bltndplggers. BELIEVED TO HAVE FROZEN TO DEATH Larl mere, X. D., Feb. 6.—The dead body of Charles Storm, aged 24, wtt fouhd a When the physician did not appear at the Sweeney home an Investigation was started. Mr. Sweeney learned Jthat Storm did not reach the Barrett home, and a starch for the body was started. About 10:30 o'clock Northwestern •telephone linemen found it lyiwg In a ditch a short distance from Arvilla. The team he was driving has not been found. The theory Is that he got lost In the storm and froze to death. Storm was not married. Ill# par ets Tcsidc some place In New York. Not long ago he served a year in the North Dakota prison for blind pigging. HE MOVE MANY TIMES FROM N.D. TO NORWAY Kindred Tribune: Some of the mathematical men Hie other day, were figuring the distance which had been traveled by Peter Kdwardson, our old est tnall carrier In Kindred. At the IN FIVE MINUTES NO SICK STOMACH, INDIGESTION. GAS "PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" 18 THE QUICKEST AND SURtST STOMACH RELIEF. If what you ,1ust ate is sOurlng on your stomach or lien like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food, »r have a feeling of dizziness, heart burn. fnllness, nausea, bud taste in mouth and stomach headache, you can surely get relief in flve minutes. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula, plainly printed on ttieiw fifty-cent eases of Pape's Dlapepsin, then you will understand why dyspep tic troubles of all J*inds must po, and why it relieves, sour, out-of-order •tomachs or indigestion In five min ute*. "Pape's Diapcpsin'' in harmless tastes like candy, though each doso will digest and prepare for assimila tion into the blood all the food yon eat besides, It makes you ro U the table with a healthy appetite but what will please you most, is that you will feel that your stomach and Intes tines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for biliousness or constipation. This city will have many "Pape's Diapepsin" cranks, as some people will call them, but you will be enthusiastic about this splendid stomach prepara tion. too, if you ever tak»* it for indi gestion, gases, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. Get some, now, this minute, and rid yourself of stomach miseiv and indi gestion in five minutes.—Advt. TRY Si i 41 AVE. UO. I This brinses the total of the num ber of beneh "warrants issued to over 323. The announcpmcnl has caused consternation. Attorney Lander an nounced that-he was going to clean up urmci, a nun ut i i aim the county, but that there would be also arrested, ^pleaded not guilty ana least 123 piggers arrested Is something jJudge Crawford appointed Atty. S. 1* the general public believed impossible, I Nuchols to defend him, ditch near ATvilla. Storm, who has been employed in Larlmore and vicinity for several years, left the home of John Sweeney, a farmer liv ing two miles from Larlmore, during ihe night, to po to the John Barret farm to phone for a doctor. Chesley Lumber & Coal Com'y Homestead Lands At last in 11. i is i i Hon has '..--i u c,rul filing. The first to come will have first choice of all of the lands. "Think" over 4,000 quarter sections of agricultural and grazing lands, 1,000 160 acre tracts of which Is ttrst-cluss farming land. It may be taken in cither uo or X20 acre tracts. Write for pamphlet which more full/ outlines the country. News of the Northwest CRAWFORD REFUSED LENIENCY TO BLLNDPIGGER for It was not believed that many cottld exist in the. county. However, Langer claims to h4ve found them. This Is about the lp/'t of the informations which .will b^ flUsd, but, the sheriff and hts deputiyj have enough work to keep them f/dng day and night for a week. The warrants Issued by Judge W. C.. Crawford on the request of the state's attorney, are not confined to any one locality, but r/»H for the "arres.t of men in practically every town and village of Morton ebunfy. Berber ,mad» his pleaof guilty and was sentenced to 100 days In the county Jail, 1250 fine and fifty more days in jail if the fine is not paid. Afterward Judge Crawford declar ed "I believe in a man taking bis fticdlelne. There ts flot a. man in the wtate but knows it is against the law to sell liquor. A pigger deserve# everything he has coming." Nick Berger, a son of Frank Bergen time, being last Monday, he had beeft on the route fourteen years and one day. He drives from his home to town after his mall and returns in the even. ing making his daily route thirty eight miles. It figures out that he hits' circum navigated the globe six time* and well toward the seventh. HAs also made a distance equal to seventeen trips from Fargo to Chrlstlanla, Nor* way, and return. These figures seem at first Incredi ble but a little mathematical cal culation will convince you tJMkt Peter has been going some. COWS AND HOGS WERE STORED IN BARN Wildrose, 1ST. D., FeU 6,—O. O. Net manger, of Hamlet, reports that the Hamlet liveryman. O. D. Swenson, lost three cows in a peculiar manner. There wag a dance at Hamlet, and to make more stable room, Mr. Swenson took three cows from the barn and put them in the hog shed, a building about 10x14 feet with a low ceiling. There were also a couple of hogs in the shed. Mr. Swenson Closed the door tight and in the morning when he came after the cows he found thein nil dead, as well as the hogs. Mr. Swenson lost about $250 as all he could use of the cows was the hides, and the hogs were a total loss. WOLF HUNTERS' PARADISE. Assembling in Slim Buttea Country te Take Cattleman's Off sr. Camp Crook, 8. !.. Feb. The pro fessional wolf hunters of western Mouth Dakota are assembling in the Slim Ruttes country to take advantage if generous offer mad® by the cat tlemen and ranchers of that region. They have organized an anti-wolf as sociation and will pay a bounty of $25 for each grey wolf killed in the dis trict, and a bounty of $7 fpr each coyote. A fund for th© paying of the bounty has been secured by levying an assessment on eaeh member of "the as sociation. The professional wolf hunters anticipate having of sport and In addition expect to profit greatly from the annihilation of the wolves and coyotes in the dis trict. SNOW SOURCE OF JOY Ward County Farmers Muth Pleased With Frozen Moisture. .Minot, N. D., Feb. 6.—The damp, dis agreeable snow which has been falling intermittently in Ward county for the past three or four days is the soureo of ns much jr,y as misery in the homes of many persons in this section of the country. The fact that sio much mois ture has failen on the ground Is ap preciated and It Is believed by old timers to be of inestimable value fotf the crops of next season. WESTERN REALTY COMPANY MILLER BROS., MANAGERS—GLASGOW, MONT. CHRISTI ANSON DRUG CO. IO Broadway. Fargo, EARLY RISING DANGEROUS. Butte Woman Attempts Suicide Be cause She Had to Arise E«r|y, Butte. Mont.. Feb. G.—"Getting up early" is a realtive term. Tn some country districts 2 a. m. is early and 3 a. m. the usual hour of arising. With .Mrs. C. A. Campbell, 106 South Twen ty-eighth street. 8:30 is early—far t.oo curly. Because Bhe objected to being arous ed from her slumbers at such an un earthly hour, Mrs. Campbell, an Ital ian woman, swallowed several bich loride of mercury tablets this morn ing and was saved from the morgue only by the timely arrival of a physi cian. Chesley's Special FOR RANGES—WE HANDLE Scranton ANTHRACITE COAL. 9 a great deal PHONE 39. IN. D. FARMERS' INSTITUTES. The following farmers* Institutes are scheduled In North Dakota during the month of February: Powers Lake, Feb. 5. Kekoma, Feb. 8 and I. Callo, Feb, 10. Mandan, Fab. 9 and 10, Glen Ullln, Feb. 11 and 3S. Rolclte, Feb. 12. Overly. Feb. 13. Hebron, Feb. 13. Taylor, Feb. 15. Gardens, Fab. 15 and 16. Toliey, Feb. 16 aqd 17. Belfield. Feb. 16 and 17. Sentinel Butte, Feb. IS. Kenmare, Feb. 18 and 18, Columbufc, Feb. 20. Hettinger, Feb. 20. Rceder, Feb. 22 and 23. Crosby, Feb. 22 and 23. Ambrose, Fob. 24 aud 25. North Lemmon, Feb. 24 attd tS, Ambrose, Feb. 34 and 21. Haynes, Feb. 25 and 2(1. Flaxton, Feb. 26 ahd 27. Bowmaa, Feb. 26 and 27. 4 ALIEN HEIRS TO GET THE PERISTON ESTATE Grand Forks, N. D., Feb. 6.—With the issuance by Judge L. K. Hassell of the final decree the probating of the estate of Osmond Peniston, de ceased, closed the last chapter of one of the most interesting probate eases ever known In Grand Forks county. Mr. Peniston, who was a pioneer pilot on the Red river, died Oct. 8, IMS. leaving an estate valued a.t a trifle over 18,000. This estate was left to seven nieces, W. W. Fegan and K. C. Richmond being the appointed exe cutors. It was found that Mr. Peniston liftd a large number of relatives scattered over the entire world from Scotland to New Zealand. \Vhen the seven heirs were finally located it was found that six of them lived In Bermuda and one In British Guiana. The heirs are Caroline Trott, Leila. Stan, ICatherine Jones, Caroline Jones and Bessie Jones of British Guiana. As all of the heirs ate aliens, an in heritance tax of 25 per cent of the to tal amount of the estate must he paid to the state. This Is the second tax of this kind which has been paid sines the law went into effect, It amounts to }2,026.0, HAND BADLY CRUSHED IN MILL MACHINERY wildros. N. D„ Feb. 6.—John Nor man, proprietor of the feed mill, while wrklng at the mill got his hand (*aught jn the machinery and badly '•rushed. He hastened to Dr. Lymnn'K office, and the physician, after examin ing the hand decided that Jt would be necessary to amputate It. Dr. Smith of Noonan was wired for Snd the operation was made. Mr. Norm*n lost all four fingers from one hand and Wiil be a cripple for life. WOMAN THWARTS "RUSTLIK* Burke Woman's Quick Action Pre vents Horses Being Run Off. Burke, N. D.. Feb. 6—The quick wit and keen observation of a woman frustrated the plans of a dar ing horse "rufctler" and resulted in the recovery of the stolen horses, hut the horse thief made hlB escape after firlnar one Ineffective shot at the officers who, put on his trail by the woman, followed him so closely that lie was compelled to abandon the stolen animals and make a run for it to prevent his capture, Mrs. Peter Smith, wife of the pro prietor of u store and the poetofflce at Mullen, was the heroine of the af i fair. Whe had Just finlehed reading a reward placard which had been sent broadcast through Gregory coun ty, announcing a reward for the re covery of a bunch of horse stolen from W. F. Gardner and C. A. Vance, Gregory county ranchers and the capturc of the" thief, when she glan ced, out of one of. the windows and saw the horses described being: driv en past the store. M'HENRY COUNTY CASE DRAWS A LARGE CROWD Devils Lake, N. IX, Feb. 6.—The case of the state against Hobart Uosecrana, charged with assault and battery with intent to kill on the per son of Halvor Ekre. a case brought here from McIIenry county on charge (ft venue. Atty. J. H. Ulnrud of Towner and State's Attorney Cuthbert of Ram sey county conduct the prosecution, while Col. D, C. Greenleaf, the well known Minot lawyer, represents the defendant. Th? first witness called for the state was: Halvor Ekre, \yho testified as follows: I live at Denbeigh, McHenry county. I was there July 11 last and saw the defendant at Bantry. I left. Bantry with an automobile at about 8:30 with my family. I went to Clar ence Knutzen's place about eight miles from Bantry. I stopped there about an hour. Left there about 10:30 p. From there I started toward home. east. After I had gone about a quarter of a mile a shot was tired. My car stopped I drove a 7-passenger Apperson. My wife and family of four boys were with me. My wife sat in the front seat. I sat on right hand side. Hobert. Hartln and Rantz Rose cranz sprang from roadside. Hobart Rosecranz grabbed me and struck me. They pulled me out of th© car. I was knocked senseless. I think with a base ball bat. Hobart had' hold of me, His sons, Martin and Rantz, were with him. I do not know how long I re mained unconscious. When I cama to my wife and family and Messrs. Knut zen, Smith and Johnson wore present. At the. tarn there was a wheat jleld, the wheat standing about three feet high. We went back to Knu'avn's and I washetj thf. blood from my face. I was struck on the right side of my head. It was two weeks before S re covered from the effects. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ME*T Convention to Be Held in Minot «n May 7 to 9—Arrangements Made. Minot, N. I)., Feb. 1-L H. Rottman, inter-state field secretary of the Young People's work or Christian Endeavor I society, met ut the Presbyterian church with the executive committee of the N.oTth Dakota Christian Endeavor con vention, which will be held here May 7 to 9 Inclusive. Mr. Rottinan gave an address in which he pointed out what a great thing this convention would be for Minot, stating that it means about 150 delegates Will attend from out of town. Mr. Rottman left for Seattle, &£ to JKtitit dft ia ttif later- est of the Christian Endeavor moVe ment. He will return to Minot next April and conduct a big rally* AGE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH DAN CUPID Mandan, N. f„ Feb. 6 —"Never too old to love" said A. W, Massey. s projxitnent farmer this morning. II is 72 years old and was married yes terday afternoon to Mrs. Anna Keogh aged 65 jears. WINTER DOUBLES WORK In summer the work of eliminating poisons and acids from the blood ifl helped by perspiration. In cold weath er, with little out door work or exer else to cause- sweating, the kidnevs have to do double work. Foley Kidney Pills help overworked, weak and dis eased kidneys to filter and cast out of the blood the rheumatism, lumbago, stiffness of joints, sore muscles and other ills resulting from improper elimination. Fout & Porterfleld. v i-Advt. ABERDEBHT VKTKRAS* 1KBKT. FOil*n Mm Hold Big porr^wmrr In Celebration of Imntrretioa, Aberden, S. D., F«b. 6.—The Veteran* of Foreign Wars will gather in Aber deen In their annual pow-wow and to celebrate the anniversary of the open ing of hostilities in the Philippines. Feb. when the Filipino* opened tire on an outpost of Colonel Htotsen berg's command, precipitating the run ning flght Which lasted several years, known as the Philippine insurrection. Several of the members from about the state Will be in for the rally, among them being Capt. Guy P. Squire of Wesslngton Springs, n former member of Cn. F, First flouth Dakota Volun teers. which left Aberdeen tor toe front. iOOST PASSENGER RATES. After March 1 Fares Prom South Da kota to Other States Advance. Huron. S. D., Feb. 6.—An advance In passenger railway rates will be made from South Dakota points to other states March l. according to new tariffs received by local railroad office*. It is stated the advance is made by the Interstate commerce com mission. which is raising the rate to two and a half cents in states where it is now less. No chanffo is made to South Dakota points. The increase from Huron to Min neapolis will be from #6.28 to $7.10 Chicago from $13.70 to and *15.94. Omaha advances from $6.72 to $7,81, Sioux City from $4.51 to $4.73, attd Milwau kee from $12.40 to $14.71 FIND NEW ROCKFORD WATER GOOD QUALITY New Rtckfotd. n. f„ eral Superintendent Bell, of the Oreat Northern railway is so favorably Im pressed with the quantity, and spring like quality of the city water, that he is having it analyzed and tested, pre paratory to arranging with the city for its use in dining ears, sleepers, day loaches, and for engine and all steam purposes. How Mr. Davie Got Rid of a Cough. "Some time ago 1 had a very bad cough" write Lewis T. Davis, Black water, tel. "My brother McCabe Dav is gave me at small bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. After tak ing this I bought half a dosen bottles of it but only used one of them as the cough left me and I have not been troubled since." Obtainable ev«c| where.—Advt. v EUGENICS TOO NOVEL. Pierre. S. D.. Feb. 6.—The eugenics bill of the Aberdeen Social Science club will be reported out of the com mittee, going before the house with out endorsement In the committee. Dr. Murdy appeared for the club in the committee hearing, explaining- the measur© hut the idea was too new for the members and they declined to ask that the bill be nassed, although It is to be given to the house for ac tion and vote there. JAMESTOWN COLLEGE Several members of the faculty and student body of the college provided an entertainment by Invitation for a large Masonic function on Tuesday evening. The program provided wa« as follows: Master of Ceremonle* Arthur Kelley Piano Solo—-(a) Consolation (b) Spinning Hong Mendelssohn Heading—Two Portraits .. Mls.s Britt Address—Masonry .. Dean F. B. Taylor Piano Holo—Three German Dances .. Beethovea Mr. Colburn. Readlng—The Lyon and the Mouse «*. Walter Oran. Song Cycle—A Lover in Damascus .,. Woodford-Fipden (a) Far Across the De«ert Hands. (b) Where the Abana Flows. e) Reloved, in Your Absence. td) How -Many a Lovely Caravatl! le) if in the Great Raxaars. (f) Allah Be With Vn. Mrs. Colburn. C. F. Plerson visited his niece, Miss Emma Plerson, at the college Thurs day. He was returniiiK from Minneap olis. Mr. Piereon Is cashier of the First National bank at Mlnnewaukan, and had been called to Minneapolis by the recent death of the bank's president. "Better select a vocation than be hunting for a Job." This was the bur den of a pointed and effective chapel talk by Professor Thomas Thursday morning. Some of his conclusions were that the student should carefully anal yze his own capabilities, even by the aid of a pencil: seek advice from the experienced and take or make oppor tunities for learning accurately what the chances are in various fields Of oc cupation. Miss Inee Long has been called home to Buffalo by the dangerous illness of her mother. Last word received from her was to the effect that there was no hope for her mother's recovery. J. A. T. Bjornsou of LaMoure stopped in Jamestown Wednesday evening, and visited his daughter, Miss Marvel, who is a member of the freshmen class. La Moure furnished four members for tha present freshmen clas«. Kxaminations on the first semester's work were completed Friday. Monday is registration day and the second semester begins Tuesday, Feb. 9.. Win* $1,000 la Barber Contest* Philadelphia Evening Dedger: The hiii'Iest and most bewhiskered man in Philadelphia has been shorn of all hi« loeltp, niid as a result Joseph Papaleo, proprietor of the Sanitary Shavinjr par lor on South Seventh street, is 11,000 richer than he was. The mans hair was trimmed at the annual halr-cuttlngr and shaving- contest of the Italian barbers held in the Casino theatre. Seven men, who might have been mistaken for the proverbial hairy men of Borneo, were gathered at the Inas much mission as subjects for as many barbers In the contest. For four and one-half "minutes fur Hew on the stage and the participants were almost hid den by flying- locks and whiskers. Then Papaleo emerged the winner by several minutes. He had shaved his subject and cut his hair, without leaving a scratch from the razor or shears in the record time of four and a half minutes. No one disputed-his right to the $1,000 prize. Kicker's is th« great baffain center ta. Far£fi*~A|vjfe v DIPPfB FROM THE STREAM Mttle TbiRg* (.rive and Gay GJcaa From Reporters Sfote BoOk. The appearance of Nell Cowdrey at the Orpheum the first of the* week was a source of some pleasure to the Dippy Guy. Twenty-five year* ago, when we were doing police courts on the Chicago papers, Nell was in the hey day of his glory at the Central station in that city as a sargent of detectives. He was a thief taker of renown and many gun battle ha# he had with the denizens of the un derworld. There was no man to hard A nut for him to crack and as we p»t In the theatre and heard him ejtr.ii the Bertillon system to a 1 ladies and gentlemen, 'We ivt.Kiiul «'t help thinking of of the ovm:# stirring scenes v rein wo ncssed him in rtoa, JMl showing the m.\»' of nerve is just as f-.nri /C'S as larg-e as it ever Wiu*, fr of the passing of son- matunl Us ances his eyes filled wKfi tewr.* And one strong picture of, his hafaaniiy was brought to mind If a bitter night in January and in a hovel on Boiler avenue in Chicago a man, made desperate by the pangs of starvation, had done to death his life companion and himself. The alarm came to Cen tral station and the writer and Neil left for the scene of the crime. In a smalt room the bodies lay upon the floor and on a pallet In a comer lay a small boy of about P. years, crippled of limb and nearly dead from lack of food. Many police officers, hard ened to scenes of this kind, Would have called the wagon and sent the youngster to a charitable institution, but Neil gathered the small form to his bosom and carried him to an all night saloon and restaurant. Com manding the bar keep to "get busy,'' he soon had a bowl of hot soup, which he fed to the child, and afterwards, bundling the frail form under his stout overcoat, tenderly conveyed him to his own home, where he gave the are necessary to preserve the life God had given. He stated that this child had now grown to manhood and was now one of the successful small busi ness men of his native city. It is such hearts as Nell has, that make the rough spots In the road of life riot so hard to pass over. May he re main many years yet to exercise that real Uutrity uq rare in the heatta of man. we agree with the "Btfcie in one re* spect, viz.: Pork is not fit to eat, at least its not fit for the Dippy Quy to eat Tirna was, when the "pork chops greasy" was, in contemplation, an ir ridescent dream of happiness to us, as we smelled their aroma is we patter ed toward home from the old swim ming hole. Alas, those days are gone, never more to return, and pork la now tabooed on our table. It was a snd lesson, hut we have conned its pain ful pages o'er, and away back in our mentality we have erected a "safety first" warning sign, which reads: Pork, never again." As a warning to others who have passed the fortieth milestone and who may, like us, be empted to again revert to the days of youth, we give to the light our ex perience. It was an Innocent little, crisp chop and it looked good, tasted good, and we would have bet it "was good. It went the way of other things meant for the sustenance of life, and for a spell was content to remain quiet In our interior mechanism. It was the calm before the storm, and wh6n Mr. hop began to hump himself it was as active as a bucking broncho. He started at the northeast corner of our diaphram and chased himself to the sou-sou-west until we were doubled up in a knot. We Cha-sed fof- a drug store and doped, and doped, and doped. We called a medico and doped some more, and after a week of potions and pills we believe we have linally killed Mr. Chop. In reviewing the battle ground we have decided to let the pork chop alone In the future. We warn all the older generation to profit by experience instead of trying the buzz saw on themselves. The pinch of hard times, while not very noticeable in Far^o, yet in some lines can be plainly seen. In speaking to M. J. Fullerton of the Typewriter exchange yesterday, he stated to a Forum representative that never in his history has he Jound so many people looklna for economy in the purchase of typewriters. The day when the small business man and even the office boy walked in and planked down his first payment on a $10« machine is past. They are looking for machines now thai will do the work without requir ing a bank roll to purchase. Of course, thi« suits M. J. right down to thf» ground. He got Into the exchange game just before the hard times and 1* now In position to reap the benefit of the economy atreak, but the good thing about it all Is that wh^n he sells a re built machine, it takes an expert to tell it from a new one. The boys who are looking for low priced machines are gettihg on to this and as a result he has to go some to keep up with his or ders. He has every- Kind of a machine, one for the light-fingered girl steno, as well aa one to suit the one-flngrer 0£*r* ator. Chinese Locke. Wide World Magazine: The earliest locks known to man were of Chinese make. Although it is impossible to tell the exact date of those still extant, they are wonderfully well made, and RUB RHEUMATISM PAIN FROM SORE ACHING JOINTS RUB PAIN AWAY WITH A SMALL TRIAL BdTTLE OF OLD "ST. JACOB'S OIL.* What*# -Rheumatism? Pain only. Stop drugging^ Not one case in fifty requires internal treatment. Rub sooth ing. penetrating "St. Jacob's OH" di rectly upon the "tender spot" and re lief comes instantly. "St. Jacobs Oil" is a harmless rheumatism and sciatica liniment, which never disappoints and can not burn the skin. Limber up! Quit complaining! Get a small trial bottle from your drug gist., and in just a moment you'll bo free from rheumatic and sciatic pain, soreness, stiffness and swelling. Don't suffer! Relief awaits you.' Old, honest "St. Jacobs Oil" has cured millions of rheumatism sufferers In the last half century, and is Jdst as good for scia tica, neuralgia, lumbago, backache, unrnina find «u.*«1Hnc« Advfr. SEED CORN 500 bushels of Yellow a northwestern Dent Corn, fall i tent 10 days earlier than 1u N o w e s e n a s o a v e 1 \^hlte Flint. Kiln dried, gti ateed 35 per cent gross. Rait a the River Side Btock Fa: s tile last eleven years. R« filar price $2.00. Sold In ].« i ushel lots, for $1.65 a oush* ick 25c extra. Ready to ship ny time. AUG ERBSTOESSER Leonard* N. D, -1 can say my bowels are much more regular. My heart is Kfrongeir. appetite is $nich better. My throat is much better. SINCE TAKING PERUNA Washington, D. C., Feb. 6.—Last bul letin gave forecasts of disturbance to cross continent Feb. 6 to 10, warm Wave Feb. 5 to !*, cool wave Feb. 8 to 12. This will average cooler than us ual, will be followed by a cold wave, the general trend of temperatures Will continue to be downward, rains or snows will largely increase in the pre cipitation districts. We told vOU, In January, Where this month's precipita tion would locate but perhaps vou have forgotten. The principal rainfall was expected from Jan. 22 to Feb. 20 to be on Pacific coast from Los Angeles to Panama, with snows in the mountain®, snows in northeastern sections and rains in youth America eaat of the An des, in northeastern Australia and southeastern China. Next disturbance will reach Pacific coast about Feb. 10, cross Pacific elope bv close of Feb. 11, great central val leys Feb. 12 to 14, eastern sections Feb. 15. Warm wave will cross Pacific slope about Feb. 10, great central valleys Feb. 18, eastern sections Feb. 14. Cool wave will cross Pacific fdope about Feb. 13, great central valley® Feb. 15, eastern sections Feb. 17. The week of which this warm warj will be central, will be the mpst real winter week of February and probably of the winter months. Not very severe storms but cold weather all over the country. Fourth disturbance of February will reach Pacific coast about Feb. IS, cross Pacific fdope by close of Feb. 16, great central valleys Feb. 17 to 19, eastern sections Feb. 20. Warm wave will cross Pacific slope about Feb. 15, great cen tral valleys Feb. 17, eastern sections Feb. 10. Cool wave Will t-rosn Pacific slope about Feb. Id, great central val leys Feb. 20, eastern sections Feb. 22. This disturbance will average as rad ically warm as the previous one will avercr* noid and the general trend of as strong as any manufactured in Eu rope up to the middle of the Eigh teenth ccntury. The Chinese lock smith of today uses exuetly the safnc kind of tools that his forefathers had, fio'r they are very simple and primitive. He carries all his Impedimenta in two cabinets, sitting on one and working at the other. When he has finished all the work available in one neighborhood he fastens the two cablncta to a bam temperatures will be upward till about March 2. Rains will continue on Paci fic slope south of Los Angeles, with snows in the mountains, and enows turning to rain in northeastern aeo tions. The rainfall period, Feb. 20 to March 22, will be located in the cotton states and in northeastern sections. All sec tions within 400 miles of the Gulf of Mexico will be unusually wet during that rain month aud all sections east of the Alleghanles will not be much more fortunate. Just as well prepare for it: the flood is coming. Rains on Pacific slope and in the mountain coun try will continue about the same till March 20. Cropweather of the Pacific slope will be better than the ten-year average. Rains will be more evenly distributed through time and place through the crop season of 1015. The dry season will get more showers than usual. Wo would call the 1915 cropweather for the Pacific slope and all the Rocky mounty country ideal, tho best that may at any time be expected. We have now given our estimate of the cropweather of 1915 complete. All southern sections, that is south of the Missouri, the Ohio and the Potomac, rivers, are expected to get an excess of rain Feb. 20 to Aug. 20. North of the Potomac and the Ohio and east of me ridian 90 good cropweather throughout the season. West of meridian 90 to the Ruckles and north of the Missouri a drouth, April 20 to June 20, but not a very serious drouth. Pacific slope, good cropweather. We have a new Foster's weather map showing the eight divisions into which the States and Canada are divided. Ev ery reader of these bulletins should have one of these new maps. Free to patrons of this paper on receipts of a. stamp. Address, Foster's Weather 0U raeu, Wnsh'n^'on, L, C» boo rod and slings It over his shoulder. He tramps through the towns burden ed In this way, and stops when he la culled, much ns a scissors grlndor or limbrella mender does In our country^ For compressing air in a tank an Italian inventor ha« brought out an en gine without a tty wheel, a piston being driven back and forth In a cylinder by oil luel and pushing the air ahead of it at j^ach end. DOUBLE DISC DBIUt Drills and OOWA OOUBLE DISC Blade Removed Wa malta.4 Specialty of DowagUio Drill with a line of repairs. C. & OLESON HAY Oleson & Leef AND 101 Fifth sv M. faf&o. Seeders Are the Lsadere Jc'JS 'S Slice *EED STORE uPerley, Minn.