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Jamestown weekly alert. [volume] (Jamestown, Stutsman County, D.T. [N.D.]) 1882-1925, April 25, 1889, Image 8

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POPULATION 3.500
CITY NEWS.
Springtime Maladies.
The genial spring skips o'er the lea,
The time when mankind grapples
With chills and fever, burning leaves,
And rue made of dried apples.
—Danville Breeze.
From Thursday's Daily.
The new asvluin board is in session
today.
A train load of extras passed through
this noon.
Attorney General Nickeus went to
Bismarck today.
Every citizen and taxpayer should at­
tend the public meeting at the council
rooms this evening.
Miss Rosa B. Denney arrived yester­
day from Luverne, Minn., and will spend
the summer with her sister Mrs. S. A.
Shain, at the Commercial Hotel.
Three young ladies on the south side
were the recipients, yesterday, each of a
mysterious package. A young gentle­
man on the north side knows the particu­
lars.
The city has some men at work on
Fifth avenue today taking out the large
stones the street, and putting the
road bed in good condition for summer
traffo.
The Jamestown city schools have the
highest percentage 94, of attendance of
any city schools it*Dakota, as shown by
the recent report of the territorial sup­
erintendent.
Tribune: E. R. Kennedy, the silver
haired gentle-nen, the southern line of
whose farm in Dickey county is apart of
.the seventh standard parallel* and who
was recently appotnted a member of the
board of trustees of the Jamestown
asylum, visited Bismarck yesterday.
To promise, and to keep your word are
two different things. We promise that
Warner's Log Cabin LIVER PILLS
afford a pleasant and immediate relief.
Try them and see if the promise is not
kept. Price 25 cents a bottle.
It is understood that Gen. Nickeus
will resign the office of county attorney
and considerable interest is developing
in the question of whom the board will
appoint to succeed him. Mr. Camp's
name is favorably mentioned. The fact
that he already engaged in the gross
earnings cases and is familiar with mat­
ters coming under that law is in his
favor.
Last evening the Turkish Nargileh or
smoking set was raffled off at Mr. Chen
ery's cigar store, Giles Harrington being
the owner of the lucky ticket. There
were fifty chances sold, the chances be­
ing twenty-five cents apiece. This
smoking set was originally put up to be
raffled at the kirmiss last fall, but as the
chances were not all taken at that time
it was not disposed of until last evening.
The annual election of officers for the
Jamestown Brass band took place last
night at which time the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year: H. C.
Crossley, president, E. L. Marrell, vice
president, H. G. Procter, secretary, T. H.
Poole, treasurer, John Tunstall, leader
and musical director, G. A. Lieber, busi
ness manager. The band is making
rapid progress under the skilful instruc­
tion
of their leader Mr. John Tunstall.
In order to make rapid progress it has
been made a by-law of the band that
they shall have three practices a week.
If the weather permits they will appear
in an open air concert in the park on the
evening of April 30th. which will be their
first appearance.
Coughs and colds come uninvited, but
vou can quickly pet rid of these, with a
few doses of Dr. J. H. McLean's Tar Wine
Lung Bakn. Sold by Wonnenberg &
Avis.
Money to loan on city and farm mort­
gages. LLOYDS.
Money to loan on farms at lowest rates
12 cheap horses and mares for sale.
LEWIS T. HAMILTON*.
Fiom Saturday's Daily.
County Commissioner Buchanan is in
today to attend a meeting of the board
The annual meeting of the Fargo con­
ference of the Congregational church will
occur May 21-23, at Mayville.
A "bachelor's dance" will be one of
the swell social affairs of the near future.
Fargo music will probably be secured.
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Dispatcher Fleming, who has been east
for some time, has returned and is again
working his trick in the railroad office.
A large number of the members of the
BaptisJ church were entertained last
evening by Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Teall.
The Sunday school scholars of the
Methodist aud Presbyterian churches
will give Easter entertainments Sunday
night.
It wont be long until the city bands
will commence to discourse sweet music
on the evening air from the band stand
in the park.
Tlie eat is an ungrateful child,
Iks often licks his paw
ISut ne'er in his most heedless hours,
Does he forget his maw.
—St. T.ouis Clitic.
The public meeting at the council
rooms last night was well attended and
resulted in giving anew impetus to a
movement of which more will be heard
later.
The members of a south side family
partook of a can of salmon a few days
ago, and now several of tho members are
said to be sick with symptoms of blood
poisoning.
There will be a maple sugar social in
the Doolittle block one week from next
Thursday evening. It will be under the
auspices of the ladies of the Baptist
church. A number of new and very
popular features are expected to be intro­
duced.
Tribune: The Burleigh county Union
Sunday School convention, announced
for Friday afternoon and evening in this
city, should be attended by all Sunday
school people. The aim is to awaken a
deeper interest in the work and prepare
for the representation in the Territorial
convention at Jamestown in June.
Worth has been underrated ever since
wealth has been overrated. The worth of
Warner's Log Cabin Sarsaparilla
cannot be overrated to those suffering
from disease caused by impure blood.
It is a mine of wealth, because it makes
pure blood, which makes health. Largest
bottle on the market.
The Scientific American, which stands
at the head of.papers of its class, pub­
lishes an interesting article on the artes­
ian wells of the James River valley,which
The Alert will notice at length in a few
days. The article is one of the best ad­
vertisements which Dakota ever received.
A brother of Mr. Geo. Topliff of this
city is largely interested in the journ.il,
and has for along term of years been at
tho head of its business department.
Fargo Sun: Base ball cranks appear
to be more lively this year than ever be­
fore. Or at least the game has started
in several weeks sooner than usual. It is
said that Manager Walker is actively en­
gaged in seeing what can be .done to­
ward establishing a first class league.
Bismarck has effected a strong organiza
tion and is already securing what good
players can be had. Grand Forks an­
nounces she has signed all the men need­
ed. Jamestown has the matter under
consideration. To further league move­
ments a meeting has been called for
Tuesday, April 30, at the Headquarters
hotel in this city, when it is expected all
arrangements will be completed.
Any amount of money loaned on real
estate and chattels. Collections and final
proofs made. PURCHASE & ROSE.
If you are suffering with weak or in­
flamed eyes, or granulated eyelids, you
can be quickly cured by using Dr. J. H.
McLean's Strengthening Eye Salve. 25
cents a box. For sale by Wonnenberg &
Avis.
Farm machinery to trade for hay, oats
or plowing. W. B. S. TRIMBLE.
From Friday's Daily.
SIGNS OF SPRING.
Ciieerful chippies chirp with glee,
And play their pretty pranks
While swarthy sons of Italy
Now oil their organ cranks.
—St. Louis Critic.
It's windy again today.
Dennis Murphy will Sunday in the
city.
Charley Gray went to Fargo this after­
noon.
A new crossing has been laid on Fifth
avenue and Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Weber have moved
into the Johnson house on Sixth avenue
south.
Justice Wells has moved his office
from Judge Hamilton's to McMillan &
Frye's.
II is reported that they had a heavy
soaking rain up at New Rockford yester­
day. und that farmers there were feeling
good. They will probably re-open their
creamery before long.
Judge Carland and AuditorMcNanima
of Bismarck are in town today, to attend
the trial of the warrant case. The par­
ties from Yankton who were expected to
be here to oppose the issuance of the war­
rant did not appear.
A gentleman in this city noticing the
statement in The Alert that Mr. Meacliam
of Carrington has some wheat sown this
spring which is already two inches in
height, says that he has some five inches
in height—in a cigar case.
Tribune: R. E. Wallace, the artistic
secretary of the council and public ex­
aminer for North Dakota, was a capital
visitor yesterday. Mr.
Wallace is as cheer­
ful and entertaining as ever, the reports
that he will be removed by Governor
Mellette, to the contrary not withstand
ing.
Would it not be a pretty good plan for
the Jamestown club to arrange for a
game of ball with one of the neighboring
towns on Tuesday week,the centenary of
Washington's inauguration. A centen­
ary like this only comes once in a hun­
dred years and "it should be fitly cele­
brated.
The Devils Lake Capital prints a col­
umn article on the disadvantages pos­
sessed by Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks
and other places in the race for the capi-1
tal of the new state. It is noticeable,
however, that it saya nothing against
Jamestown, probably for the good reason
that there is nothing to say.
There only remains about three week8
now to the election of delegates to the con­
stitutional convention, and the political
pot is at last beginning to simmer a little.
People in this locality seems to be gen­
erally agreed that none but the best men
should be sent, who are capable and will­
ing to give North Dakota a constitution
she may be proud of.
Easter is a sort of religious holiday with
the Masons and those of the local organi­
zation will attend services at the Presby­
terian church in a body tomorrow. At
Grand Forks a big celebration is being
arranged and a number of representatives
from outside will be present. The James­
town lodge received an invitation and
several of its members will attend.
In Gny's (London) Hospitable Reports,
vol. 1. page 396, is found the statement:
"Simple hypertrophy (enlargement) of
the heart, especially of the left ventricle,
•is found without valvular incompetency.
In this numerous class the cardiac is
secondary (a symptom) to the renal
affection." This explains why Warner's
Safe Cure is effectu al in cases of heart
disease. It removes from the blood tho
kidney acid which causes the heart
disease.
The papers talk about the rush to Ok­
lahoma, but it cannot be so very much
greater than the rush which is constantly
going on to the new northwest. For
some weeks now the morning train has
had to be run in two sections in order to
accomodate ths emigrant traffic, both
sections usually consisting of twenty
coaches. This morning the emigrant
section was just overflowing with hu
manity of all races, sizes ard sexes, with
the babies in a large majority.
Garden and tree seeds at Baldwin &
Smith's.
Good seed wheat, also ground feed, for
sale at J. T. Eager's.
There are many accidents and diseases
which affect stock and cause serious in­
convenience and loss to the farmer iu his
work, which may bo quickly remedied by
the use of Dr. J. H. Mclean's Volcanic
Oil Liniment. Sold by Wonnenberg &
Avis.
From Monday's Daily.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McLain,
a 10 pound boy.
Dr. DePuy and little girl went to Val­
ley city today.
Rev. Father Cassidy started this after­
noon for St. Paul.
Otto Bauer was an east bound pas­
senger this afternoon.
Bishop Walker will be here to hold
confirmation service April 28th.
Superintendent McCabe went north
with the pay car this morning, and will
return tomorrow.
Judge Rose went to Carrington this
morning to swear in some new citizens of
the United States.
The Casselton Reporter prints a dis­
solution of partership notice under the
heading"Notice of Dislocation."
W. L. Hall, who broke his ankle about
a month ago, is now able to be about
with the assistance of a pair of crutches.
The committee appointed at the meet
iug at the council room on Thursday
evening, report very gratifying success in
their labors.
E. W. Camp left this morning for
Burlington, Ward county. He is referee
in contest cases for the offices of treasur­
er and sheriff and goes to take the testi­
mony.
The little daughter of Alderman
Clark, who has been seriously ill with
typhoid-pneumonia for several days, is
reported improving today. Drs. Thorold
and Wink are attending her.
McClure in his newspaper—the Devils
Lake Capital—says: "The editor of the
Capital is not a tenderfoot and ere long
some one will discover in their sedentary
legions that he does not wear *kid' shoes
either."
The family of A. A. Allen will soon
leave for California to spend probably a
year. Mr. Allen has rented his residence
on Third avenue to C. E. Blackwell, and
temporarily will occupy rooms in the
Winslow block.
The Grand Forks Northwest News
rises to remark that since high licence
went into effect in that town, there have
not been so many drunken men on the
street in a day, as there were on the day
of the prohibition convention in that
city.
It is about time that steps were taken
to have the anniversary of Washington's
inauguration, properly observed in
Jamestown. Tuesday week the 30th of
April has been designated by the Presi­
dent as a public holiday, and Jamestown
should not be behind other towns in
suitably observing the day.
A ruan from Wisconsin came iu on
Saturday with a car of emigrant move­
ables, and went down to LaMoure on the
freight. Among his stock was a cow
with live legs, one of the fore legs, being
divided above the knee. The auxiliary
leg appeared to be perfect except *hat
it was a little short, not quite reaching
the ground.
Chairman Ryan of the Democratic
Territorial central committee has issued
a call, for a meeting of the committee in
Grand Forks next Wednesday, April 24th
to disenss the political situation and lay
out a plan of campaigr. A. J. McCabe
of Jamestown and L. W. Harriman of
Minnewaukan, are the members of the
committee from this district.
Elmer Marrell has received from Felix
Lucian, captain of the Valley City base
tall club, a challenge to play the Ft.
Sewards in Jamestown any day next
week. What's the matter with getting a
nine together and accepting the chal­
lenge? The base ball season has arrived
and these are good practice days which
the boys should be improving.
A NEW militia company, callod the
Plummer guards was organized at Cas.
selton a few weeks ago, and MOW the
Tower City boys have come to the front
and perfected an organization, and will
apply to Governor Mellette for recogni­
tion. This is as it should be. There is
no more healthful or useful way in yhich
our young men can occupy their spare
time than by joining the militia, if the
object is real work, and not merely to
please the girls.
H. T.Blair, who was arrested in James­
town a few weeks ago for peddling with­
out a license, has got into the same fix at
Fargo. He was convicted by tho justice
there, but has now taken an appeal to
the district court on the constitutionality
of the ordinance. There are always some
people in a town who are foolish enough
to prefer to spend their money with ir­
responsible parties from out of town
rather than with our own merchants
who are paying taxes here, and the ordi­
nances should be drawn so as to make
the peddlers pay license.
Seed grain of all kinds, and ground
feed, for sale at Wanner's farm, near Pin
gree.
From Tuesday's Daily.
And now the months that have an "If'
li vetv nearly gone,
The oyster's slowly going off­
ice cream is coming on.
—St. Louis Critic.
G. H. Cowles is now manufacturing
cigars and meeting with a ready sale for
all he can make.
Superintendent McCabe returned from
the north this afternoon, and went on to
Cooperstown with the pay car.
The last issue of the Arkansaw Travel­
er contains a two column write-up of
Jamestown and the surrounding coun­
try.
Judge Rose announces that tomorrow
morning he will sentence the prisoners
now in jail, who have been convicted at
this term of court.
The city council is doing a good work
on Fifth avenue, in having the large
stones taken out of the roadbed. The
stones are used for riprapping the
abutments of the bridges.
Mr. C. W. Webster, the gentlemen who
drew five thousand dollars in the Feb­
ruary drawing of the Louisiana State
Lottery, received a draft for the amount
less exchange last Friday.—Hardy (Neb.)
Herald, March 8.
White Russian Oats, clean
Seed Wheat, second hand
Wagons, Seeders and Har­
vesters Mules and Mares for
sale on time.
E. P. WELLS.
Because the Lutherans expelled'from
membership in their church a man who
"puts up" S100 yearly because he rents
one of his buildings for saloon purposes,
the Valley City Farmers' Alliance re­
marks that when next the fool killer
visits the city on theSheyenne there will
be a full day's job for him.
The Catholic bishops meet today in St.
Paul to decide on the division of the
present diocese of Dakota into two sees
and the location of the new bishopric for
North Dakota. Jamestown, Fargo and
Grand Forks have sent in bids. The
result will not be known until this fall,
as it will be sent to Rome to be confirm­
ed.
It is suggested that it might be a good
plan for the Fort Seward ball nine to
accept the challenge of the Valley City
boys and fix a game for next Tuesday,
the anniversary of Washington's inaug­
uration. The Jamestown club, ap­
pears to be in a rather unorganized state
just now, but the boys could soon prac­
tice up enough to make it interesting for
the Valley City boys.
The boating and fishing season has now
fairly opened, and the river was gay yes­
terday with a number of parties engaged
in these sports. Jamestown enjoyes
many advantages over other Dakota
towns in having such a beautiful river
at its door. After man has lived on the
prairies for four or five years, he ap­
preciates the woods and groves at their
full value.
St. Paul Pioneer Press: Hon. Alexand­
er McKenzie, the North Dakota states­
man, is at Mount Clemens Springs,
Michigan, recovering from a severe ill­
ness. Mr. McKenzie has spent the past
year in New York, where he has a stock
and brokerage office, and is said to have
made half a million dollars in a single
speculation recently. He left New York
for Bismarck a week ago, but was taken
sick and was obliged to stop off at Mount
Clemens.
From VedencscUY'sD&lH.
Fredrus Baldwin went to Dawson to­
day.
Alderman Clark's little girl who has
been dangerously ill with typhoid pneu
monia is reported much better today.
H. Lane of Aberdeen, who made
many friends in Jamestown during his
residence here three years ago is visiting
Dan Ringer.
The instruments recently ordered by
the Anan Military band are expected to
arrive tomorrow. They are twelve in
number and cost $700.
C. E. Perkins, president of the Chi­
cago, Burlington and Quincy rail read
some time ago bought 60,000 acres of N.
P. R. R. land in Wells and neighboring
counties as an investment.
In another column will be found the
notice of the coming school board elec­
tion. It will be held at the police head­
quarters from 9 a. m. to 4 p. nt. and A.
Steinbach, J. W. Cloes and John Ven
num will be the judges of election. Four
members of the board of education will
be elected.
The Northern Pacific has made a rate
of one and one-fifth to Fargo and retnrn
for those wishing to attend the grand
ball on next Friday, the anniversary of
American Odd-Fellowship. The round
trip tickets will be sold here on April
26th, and the limit will be good to return
on April 27th.
Mr. P. B. Groat, general immigration
agent of the Northern Pacific, has just
returned from a trip through Dakota
and Montana and says that rains in
North Dakota have been sufficient to
give wheat a good start and that the
immigration to this locality this season
will be greater than for the past three
years.
Supt. McCabe yesterday issued the
following order: "On and after Sunday
the 28th inst trains No. 61 and 62 on
time card No. 15 will be abandoned
each Sunday until further notice." These
are the north and south bound passenger,
trains on the James River Valley Road.
All parties interested will do well to
make a note of the act.
A crowded house should greet the per­
formance to be given by the dramatic
club, next Tuesday evening. The club
has been to a great deal of trouble in pre­
paring the play and has passed through
a series of trials that would have com­
pletely discouraged most dramatic com­
panies. Besides, the object is a very
worthy one—that of raising funds to en­
able the relief society to pay off debts
contracted last winter in aiding the poor.
Judge Hay ward, the well known form­
er Jamestown rustler and.popular gener­
al northwestern agent of the Standard
Life and Accident Insurance company of
Detroit, dropped in on his Jamestown
friends this morning and has been kept
busy shaking hands today. The judge
represents a thoroughly reliable com­
pany and is getting more than his share
of northwestern business. He will re­
main in Jamestown several days looking
after his property interests here.
It is to be regretted that such a small
audience should have witnessed the pre­
sentation of "A night off" by Augustin
Daly's company last evening. In spite of
the discouraging attendance however,
the company gave a good rendition of the
play, which to judge by the frequent
bursts of laughter and applause, was
thoroughly appreciated by the audience.
The plot is slight, but the situations
are laughable, and are made the most of.
The make up of Professor Babbitt and
his wife was especially good.
Jamestown is fast coming to the front
as a jnusieal centre. During the last few
weeks, a number of prominent society
young men, who are all old and skilful
musicians, have been talking over the
situation, and the outcoma is seen in
organization of the "German Cornet
Band." The instruments arrived yester­
day from a famous Chicago firm, and the
new band will give its first open,air con­
cert next Tuesday, Inauguration day, in
tbepublic park. The German Cornet Band
will devote itself especially to the pro­
duction of high class operatic and sacred
music, and will especially aim to en­
courage and bring out compositions by
native talent.
Deafness Can't be Cured.
by local application, as they can not
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure Deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con­
dition of the mucus lining of the Eus­
tachian Tube. When this tube gets in­
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is entire­
ly closed Deafness is the result, and un­
less the inflamation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever nine cases out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an in­
flamed condition of the mucus surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh)
that we can not cure by taking Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. S. CHENEY & CQ., Toledo, O.
E3T Sold by Druggists, 75c.
DRAMATIC ODDS AND ENDS."
Opinions and Opinions—A Satire on the
New York Critics.
Scene—The lobby of any New Tork the­
atre, after any second act on any first night
The critics and the first nighters ore assem­
bled in council
Critic of The Evening Owl—Dreadful rot,
eh, old man!
Critic of The Morning Magpie—Perfect
guano, by Jove I
Critic of The Daily Crow—Guano, dear
boyt Pshaw 1 Why, guano is a fertilizer,
you know.
Critic of Tho Weekly Poll Parrot—I'd call
it garbage.
Critic of The Hourly Hawk—Or muck.
Critic of The Noonday Vulture—Or truck.
Critic of The Sunday Buzzard—In fact, I
think it is about the worst I ever saw.
Omnes—Oh, immeasurably.
The curtain rings up and they disband for
the next act
EXTRACTS FROM THE CRITIQUES.
"A triumphant success."—The Owl.
"A magnificent triumph."—The Magpie.
"The hit of the season."—The Crow.
"Art and genius excel themselves."—Tho
Poll Parrot.
"Neat, polished and fascinating."—The
Hawk.
"A perfect morceauof its kind."—The Vul­
ture.
"The most delightful and successful mod­
ern drama it has ever been our good fortune
to witness with enthralled interest."—The
Buzzard.—Today.
A Consul Suicides.
ROME, April 24.—Mr, Ashvorth, Brit­
ish vice consul at Castellamare, was
found at the foot of the precipice over­
looking the Bay of Naples at Vico
Eqeunse. It is believed that he com­
mitted suicide.
A beauty show is to be opened at Nice,
an the 16th of March.
A Safe Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of fail­
ure a return of purchase price. On this
safe plan you can buy from your adver­
tised druggist a bottle of Dr. Eing'sNew
Discovery for Consumption. It is guar­
anteed to bring relief in every case, when
used for any affection of Throat, Lungs
or Chest, such as consumption, inflamma­
tion of lungs, bronchitis asthma, whoop­
ing cough, croup, etc., etc. It is pleas­
ant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe,
and can always be depended upon.
Trial bottles free at Baldwin & Smith's
Drug Store.
Waited.
Five thousand bushels of barley at
Phillip Bauers' brewery. Parties hav­
ing same for sale will please call with
sample and get prices.
Pk.HU.
Absolutely Pure.
This Powder never varies. A marvel of purity
trength and wholeeoraeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and canrot be sold in
competition witli tne mnltitnde of low test, shwi
weight alum or pliosphato powders. Hold only iu
ane.|
ftPYAL BAKING POWDER CO
10« Wall street. N.Y.
Patents (Granted to Dakota Inventors
List of patents granted the past week
to Dakota inventors, as reported for this
paper by F. W. Lane, solicitor TJ. S. and
foreign patents, St. Paul, Minn.
Dakota—C. R. Ashby, DeSmet, awn­
ing frame Fannie E. Denzel, Glen tll
lin, corset.
The Dawson Times declares that the
Kidder county court house is "veneered
with the worst brick made since the Jews
worked for Pharoah."
This is probably a very fair specimen
of a South Dakota lie. The Brule Index
says: J. B. Ryan found a tumble weed on
Tuesday wii,h a label upon it showing it
was sent from Standing Bock, seventy
five miles away, and had been five hours
on the trip.
Man Wants a Tonic
When there is a lack of elastic energy in the
system, shown by a sensation of languor and
unrest in the morning, frequent yawning dur­
ing the day and disturbed sleep at night, Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters infuses unwonted
energy into the enfeebled and nervous, en­
dowing them with muscular energy, an ability
to repose healthfully, and digest without in­
convenience. Nervousness, headache, bilious­
ness, impaired appetite and a feeble, trouble
si me stomach, are all and speedily set right
by this matchless regulator and invigorant.
The mineral poisons, among them strychnia
and nux vomica, are never safe tonics, even in
infinitesimal doses. The Bitters answers the
purpose more effectually, and can be relied
upon as perfectly safe by the most prudent.
Fever and ague, kidney troubles and rheuma­
tism yield to it..
For Sale or Trade.
A well improved farm, with good build­
ings, miles from Jamestown, 1 mile
from elevator, on N. P. R. also well
improved city property. Terms_ to suit
purchaser. Address P. O. box 35, James­
town, Dak.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she elung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she
gave them Castoria.
Advice to mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for
children teething, is the prescription of
one of the best female nurses and physi­
cians in the United States, and has been
used forty years with never-failing suc­
cess by millions of mothers for their
children. During the process of teeth­
ing its value is incalculable. It relieves fl
the child from pain, cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, and
wind-colic. By giving health to the
child it rests the mother. Price 25o. a
bottle.
DISEASED BLOOD.
Humors, Blotches, Sores, Scales, Crusts,
and Loss of Hair Cured.
Terrible Blood Poison. Suffered all a
man could snffer and live. Face and
body covered with awful sores. Usad
the Cuticnra Remedies ten weeks
and is practically cured. A remarkably*
case.
I contracted a terrible blood poisoning a year
ago. I doctored with two good physicians, nei­
ther of whom did me any good. I suffered all a
man can suffer and live. Hearing of your Cutt
cura liemedies I concluded to try them, know­
ing if they did me 110 good tliey could make me
no worse. I have been using them about ten
weeks, a.nd am most lmppy to say that
I
am al­
most rid of the awful sores that covered my face
and body. My face was as bad, if not worse,
than that of Miss Boynton, spoken of in your
book, and I would say to anyone in the same
condition, to use Cutieura, and they will surely
be cured. You may use this letter in the interest
of suffering humanity.
E. W. REYNOLDS, Ashland, Ohio.
Covered with Running Sores 17 Years.
1 have been troubled with a skin and scalp dis­
ease for seventeen years. My head at tiroes
was one running sore, and my body was covered
with them as large as a half dollar.
I
tried a
great many remedies without effect until I used
the Cutieura remedies, and am thankful to state
that after two months of their use
I
am entirely
cured. I feel it my duty to von and the public to
state the above case.
h. R. McDOWELL, Jamesburg, N. «T.
Dug aiul Scratched 38 Years.
I go Mr. Dennis Downing ten years better. I
have dug and scratched for thirty-eight years. I
had what is termed pruritis, and have suffered
everything, and tried a number of doctors but
cot no relief. Anybody could have got $500 had
tliey eured me. The Cutacura Bemedies oured
me. God bless the man who invanted Cutieura!
CHENEY GREEN, Cambridge, Mass.
Cutieura Remedies
Are sold everywhere. Price, Cutieura, Boc Soap,
25C Resolvent. #1. Prepared by the POTTBK
DRU» AND CHEMICAL CO., Boston, Mass.
t3?"Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases,"
64
pages, CO illustrations, and 1C0 testimonials.
pilU PLE.s, black-heads, chapped and oily
IJtt
skin prevented by CUTICURA MKBI-
tengtheni/ig
CATKD SOAP.
Acking Sides & Back.
Hip. kidney, and uterine pains and
weaknesses relieved hi one minute
by the Cuticnra Anti-Pain Plaster,
the first and only instantaneous pain
plaster.
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