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r!T]- V- t. If 'H '4--i !i '.f 1} i'ir K. A I &W1/ -j. ..'• •&• H.. A I ft* 'l COUNTRY COSKESFONCENCEI si'iiimvooD. rr.itik llijiisen and Frank Squires..to gether with two YOULV ladies. accepted an invitation to a t-ocwii dance at Ypsi lanti, at t'he nouse cf Air. Doughty. Wed nesday evening. They met with such a hearty reception from the ood people of Ypsikuiti. who appreciated tiw fact that they came fifteen milr's, that they forgot all the discomforts of the trip, and en joyed a pleasant evening, an'l screwing up their courage to the sticking paint they started north. Many the loot that was aching. Could we but see them all: Many the ear that was frozen After the hall. A number of young people drove to Jamestown Sunday to attend the Pres byterian church to hear Mrs. Coan sing. This is the second party that has gone to the city to hear the beautiful singer from the west. Fifty people listened to a temperance sermon at the M. E. church by the en thusiastic pastor, Mr. Halfpenny, Sun day night. The beautiful story of Queen Esther was read and a parallel drawn, Haman was taken as King Alcohol, and th6 Jews HS the temperance peo ple, the decree granted liaman as the license to sell liquor, the decree granted Esther as a prohibition law and for half an hour the pastor kept the congregation interested. 1'he position of Methodist pastor is not a sinecure. He left Spiritwood Saturday for Pingree where he preached Sunday morning then at Rio thence to Spiritwood for evening. Monday at 2 services at Mr. Kanes' at night at Clarke City, Tuesday at Williams appointment Wed nesday evening at Ypisilan'.i. He an nounced quarterly meeting for three days commencing Friday when the Eev. Thomson from Jamestown will preach at 2 o'clock. Services in the evening. Rev. Sykes from Sanborn on Saturday at 2 o'clock, Kev. Ryan in the evening services all day Sunday. The wedding of Mr. Halfpenny which was to have taken place on the 'Jth has for several unavoidable reasons been postponed. Mr. Marshall is in a very low condi tion. and it is thought he cannot recover. The neighbors all do their best to make him comfortable and Messrp. Allan Bronson. Sherman. Davison and Mattsou t.'ike turnq sitting up nights with the in valid. Geo. Hainblv is still nping his crutch but hopes soon to be able to discard it. Ed. Hambly came near Laving an acci INQ SKIN -I Ti DISEASES Cuticura Ars InsinriW Relieved SpeedL'- Cured Remedies A warm bath with CUTICURA SOAP, and a single application of CUTICURA, the great skin cure, will afford instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy, economical, and permanent cure or the most distressing of itching, burn ing, bleeding, scaly, and crusted skin and scalp diseases, after physician?, hospitals, and all other methods fail. CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS, and its cures of torturing, disfiguring, humiliating humors are the most wonderful ever recorded in this or any age. CimctntA REMEDIES are sold throughout the world. Price, CtrncuaA, 50c.: SOAP, 15c. RESOLVENT, $I. POTTBH DRVG AND CHEM. CORP., Sole Props., Boston. "All about the Blood, Skin, Scalp, and Hair," free. PIM ft •*. I-' L/- IB si&T PLES, blackhead*, red and oily ikin pre vented and cured by CtmcUM SoAr. MU8CULAR 8TRAIN8, PAIN8 and weakness, back ache, weak kidneys, rheumatism, and cheat pains relieved is one minute by the Cntlcnrs Aatl Fain Flatter. c4* I }. IfMMMMMMMMM^SWSISVSrEiSISIStSISSiS^'E HE Royal Baking Powder is the purest and strongest baking pow der made. It has received the highest award at the U. S. Gov't official inves= tigation, and at ail the Great Intern national Expositions and World's Fairs wherever exhibited in competition with others. It makes the finest, lightest, sweetest, most wholesome bread, cake and pastry. More economical than any other leaven ing agent. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. psrissi '.-t-MBlMH IL I .•••• nn. 1 11 1 11! 111J 11 1UJWJ dent, with his pony. Hi* mother gave him a sleigh for Xiuas. 101 hitched hi* pony up one day but it run away with hiIU and was only stopped by running it up against the barn. Goo. Conn has opened an evt.uiiig cla?s for bookkeeping several of the young men have taken advantage of hia kind ness. Alien lJronaon will take few pupils in dancing (no charges). 21 r. ]mnson has had great, success with the few pupils he already has. Harry Hambly has started a class also, to teach the young people the game of chess, charges the same as Mr. ISronson and Mr. Conn. MONTl'EIilKK. Several of our citizens are having a little tussle with the mumps and more are preparing for a visit from them. H. A. Carley's family have hud quite seri ous time with them, but ure improving at present. Miss Hattie Carley was com pelled to close her 6ehool oc account of the disease and has been at home for some time with them. Victor Wilmart was down from James town a few days ago, where he has se cured a position as apprentice in a tailor shop, and expects soon to be able to be taking the measurement for gentlemen's clothing. Wm. Willmart recently shot a lynx after tracking him several miles. He struck his track in the valley while hunt ing and supposed he wa9 on track of a wolf, until finally overtook him about four miles out on the west prairie. It showed some light and he was obliged to shoot him the third time before he gave up. He was as large as a good sized dog and resembled a cat. Mrs. Mary Nolet and children arrived on Wednesday of last week, as was ex pected. Louis Villers and sister, Mrs. Nolet.were south-bound passengers Monday to La Moure to see their father. M. J. Villers. They report his physical condition about the same as when in Jamestown. Bert Cnrlev and wife are having quite a pevere tupsle with the mumps. Emile Willmart's family are be ginning to feel very anxious about him. He left here over a month ago for Bel gium and as yet they have received no word from him and they begin to fear ho did not reach his destination from ac counts of disastrous storms on the ocean. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rheeks, of Grand Rnpidp. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dougherty. IMNGI:I: POINTS. It is very quiet around town at pros eat the holiday rush is over nd the business houses and postoilice nil closing at six or before some nights. CIIHS. Thompson and wife have a boarder in the person of a young lad who arrived last week and will s'.ttwnd to the milk for his board. A. Weinke returned home Monday from Jamestown where he has been serving or. the jury. .Joseph Whitford has tuken up his abode with .Jack MoCarty. .J. U. iiuddy came up to the ranch Friday after spending the holidays in the city and attending the inaugural bull at Bipmarck. Ernest Smith is breaking a colt and while so doing is breaking a road to the Gaffne^ school house, having established a mail route between here and there. Bert Eastman, who is on a ranch near Reno, Nevada, sent his mother a very handsome new dross for Xmas. G. E. Lyman will not occupy the Hensel property recently purchased in Jamestown. It is already rented. Mrs. R. Bellgard, who has been visit ing in the country for some weeks, will return to Jamestown today. Jan. IS). BUCHANAN BITS. N. M. Campbell has had the Sharlow Bros, up to hia place boring for water. On going down 150 feet they struck a fine vein of good water the last i0 feet was through elate. Mr. Campbell has now moved his wind mill over the new well and is once more happy. A great many here are glad that the attention of our legislators has been called to the matter of free school text books and hope that th* matter will be legislated upon favorably. Rev. Halfpenny of Spiritwood baa been preaching in the school house at tbia place Sunday afternoons at 2 p. in. Hia audience has been small but appreciative. His next service will be on Sunday the 27 inst. at 2 o'olock p. m. BEAVER. Mr. H. Masten is down in these part* for a few dwys. Miss Louieii Brnstrup is out ht»rs» vi^it ing friends. Xof, eii' :h prion- for sleighing yet. Think wo can get along belter without than with it. Stvk have secured most of i.toir susiensiuco from the prairies so far. Th wolvps thai take an occasional in terest in O'Carter's flock are still enjoy ing their liberty in spite of all the entertainments that gentleman has planned and prepared for them. Here is an opportunity for some of the blooded hounds to gain renown. The Porter boys recently shot two wolves with a shot gun by following them with a team and wngon. Jan loth. THK HIJ3IAN KAli. A Notable Lecturc on the Sense of Hearing Dr. Hartuiiui. During the course of one of Dr. Hart man's lntest lectures at the Surgical Hotel, he said: "Good hearing is essen tial to health and 6afety. A continual roaiing, cracking and buzzing in the head, which is always produced by par tial loss of hearing, is aconstant nervous irritation which will gradually under mine the strength. Besides this, even a slight loss of heariug renders any one more liable to accident, many persons being killed every year because of par tial deafness. Many people think that a gradual loss of the sense of hearing is inevitable, and that every one must submit to it sooner or later. Hence they make no attempt to tind a cure. This is a great mistake. Loss of hearing, either in the old or young people, is nearly always due to chronic catarrh of the head or middle ear." Catarrhal deafness is due to catarrh of the throat passing up through the Eus tachian tubes to the middle ear. The catarrh in rare cuseB originates in and remains confined to the middle ear. The symptoms are: Roaring, cracking, buz zing in the ear, with gradually increasing difficulty in hearing. If not cured the hearing will be entirely dest royed. When the case lias not already gone too far be fore the treatment in begun, Pe-ru-na will cure every case. It is o^ly after catarrh has destroyed portions of the middle ear that Pe-ru-na fails to cure. Ail hufh cases should write Dr. Harfc tnan, Columbus, Ohio, for further ad vice. A book on la grippe, coughs, colds, ca tarrh, etc.. will be sent free t" any ad dress bv the I'e-ru-na Drug Manufac turing Company, Columbus, Ohio. SEVENTY-FIVE KILLED. Giant I'owtler Kxploctcs in a Jlm-ning Store and Wipes Out the Tire Department. ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 1(5.—Seventy live persons were today killed by the ex plosion of giant powder at Butte, Mont. The accident occurred during the prog ress of a fire in a hardware store. The entire lire department was wiped out of existence. Debris was thrown half a mile. The damage is estimated at a million dollars. J. E. Phelan, who resigned hio posi tion as master mechanic on the N. P. to accept the position of secretary of the railroad commission, was succeeded Jan. 15 by F. N. Regan, who assumed the duties and title of master mechanic of the Dakota & Missouri division, with headquarters at Fargo. For the past teD years Mr. Regan has been locomotive engineer over the Northern Pacific line between Hope, Idaho, and Portland, Ore. WILL'S SEEDS ABE GOOD. LIKEWISE HIS THKES AND PLANTS. Twelfth Annual Catalogue now ready, is fall of things that will interest you, among which are Bscblioeth1) new forage plants. Great Northern Bean, 70 day corn, First of all Peas and ,jlden Qtieen Onion. Hardy Frmt and Forest Trees at hard times prices. $25 in prizes for best yields of oorn. Oscar H. Will, Bis marck, N. Dak. 1 •1 1 It It may not be true, as has been alleged, that Senators Hill and Quay have en tered into a conspiracy to defeat tl.10 ap propriation to put. the income tax into operation, but the action of thoso two senators since the urgency appropriation bill, which contains that appropriation, has been before the senate, indicates a oneness of thought on the subject by them. According to those who ought to know^the defeat of this T-mnatioti will not prevent t.he collection the tax: it will merely make it more iliflicnlt. Those interested in other legislation are becoming alarmed on account of the financial muddle in congress. The out look for gsneral legislation is certainly not encouraging, ns the regular appro priation bills, which always have the right of way, are along ways from being disposed of. Even the wealthy railroad lobby, which is here in the interest of the pooling bill, is getting uneasy, al though the bill has passed the house and is certain to be favorably reported to the senats. 1 Made $75.00 in a Week. I have bought several plating ma chines, but they were either not large enough for some articles or they did not work easy, and I have never made much money until I obtained the Practical Plating Dynamo. This is the electrical machine used in all the great gold and silver plating faotories, and does the work every time. No sooner did people hear that I had this electrical dynamo, than I had more spoons, knives, forks and jewelry than I could plate in a month. The tirst week I cleared §31.50, and thi second week I cleared 875.00, and I think by the first of January I will havo a thousand dollars in cash and give my farm considerable attention too. The Plating dynamo is the thing to use, and you can learn to use it in about an hour5 Anyone can write to W. P. Harrison & Co., Columbus, Ohio, who make these machines, for circulars. As this is my first lucky stream, I give my experience, hoping others may ba banefited as much as I have been. How iitlitors are Treated in China. Nineteen hundred editors of a Pekin paper are said to have beeu beheaded. Some would shudder at such lighter, who are heedless of the fact ihat con sumption is ready to fasten its fatal hold on themselves. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is tlieellicieut remedy for weak lungs, spitting of blood, short ness or breath, bronchitis, asthma, severe coughs and Kindred affections. I »-tf-iVS:•})- "f V1 Uv .|.^ FINANCIAL CHAOS Reigns Supreme In Congress Since Death of Car lisle's Bill. WASHINGTON, Jan. 15.—Fiuancial chaos reigus supreme in both branches of cougrcus, since the administration cur rency bill was prematurely killed in the nouse. Scores of linaucial bills have been prepared by senators and represen tatives, but moRt of them have no sup porters outside of their authors. There is much talk of a compromise measure which ia to be supported by administra tion democrats and republicans also that Secretary Carlisle is to prepare another currency bill so drawn as to gain the support of the silver men, who claim the credit for defeating the other currency bill prepared by him: but up to thistime it is all talk there is nothing tangible in sight, either to support or to oppose, and nine out of every ten members of congress interrogated will frankly admit their belief that no financial legislation is possible at the present session. Sena tor Teller voiced the opinion of a large majority of congress when he taid: "There are about sis weeks remaining to this congress. Now does any person seriously believe that a revision of this vast currency system can be accomplish ed in that tinie?Jf^\YThy, then, are con gress aud the country stirred up by these frantic appeals from the treasury?" Stamps, La Fayette Co,, Ark. Dr. II. V. Pierce: Dear Sir—I will say this to yon, that consumption is heredit ary in my wife's family some havo al ready died with the disease. My wife has a sister, Mrs. E. A. Clenry, that was taken with consumption. She used your "Golden Medical Discovery," and to tho surprise of her many friends, she got well. My wife bus also had hemorrhages from tho" lungs, and her sister insisted on her using the "Golden Medical Dis covery." 1 consented to her using it, and it cured her. She has had no symptoms of consumption for the past six years. Yours very truly, W. C. ROGERS, M. D. Delicate diseases in either sex. how ever induced, speedily cured. Book sent secnrely sealed, 10 cents in stamps. Ad dress, in confidence, World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. White bronze will not grow moss nor require cleaning, B. S. Russell, Agent. Thursday's Markets. Wheat: No. 1 hard, per bu 80 47 No. 1 northern 46 No. 2 northern 41 No. 3 northern 39 Rejected 3G Flax 1 06 Oats, 25 Barley 30 to 35 Potatoes, per bu, no demand 40 Ground feed, per ton 20 00 Shorts, per ton 12 00 Bran, per ton 10 00 Loose hay, per toa Baled bay, Coal, lignite, per ton soft, hard "Belle" flour, per 100 lbs "Entire wheat flour," per 100 lbs... "Golden Northwest," per 100 lba... Batter, per poand, fair demand 15 to Eggs, per doc, good demand 11. VH 'HiVi'tvi*.'"! Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Nighcit Award. The ladies of the Gutholic church will give supper Jan. '21th, at which time the piurio and horso will be disposed of. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Notice Is hereby given that the following Is a complete list of all lots, parts of lots and parcels of land assessed us benetitted specially hytho work under that certain contract dated the '27th day of .lime, A.I). 1K0I, between the city of laiicstown, North Dakota, party ofthellrst part, anil Anton Kluns, party of the second part neintr a contract for the construction of a sewer In Klflli avenue, in said city the said list sets forth the several tracts so assessed, and the amount assessed against eaeli tract, and the si/.e of each tract. And notice is hereby given, that tho commit tee appointed by the city council ol said city, who made said assessment, will meet to hear ohlcctions to such assessment at tho ofllcc of Alfred Steel, Jamestown, N. Dak.", on the llth day of February, A. D., 1S1I5, at the hour of le o'c'tock a. 111, The following Is the list above referred to: Dated at Jamestown, N. Dak., January Hth, A. D., 18115. AI,KI»KI STKKL, OSCAK.I. SKILKlt, HKNUV I). ADAMS, Assessment committee appointed by the city council of the city of Jamestown, North Da kota. Original I'lat of Jamestown, N. Dak. •a a N I Dak. tht'liee 2. .south along eat line of I aiii l»t is, 'eel 7 in-1 5. dies 1 hem I west r»:i feet thence north 12 •J!l feet- 7 1° |. ]^1 2! II ll ft 7 in.:5 thence east ::i feet to place of be ginning I The east :i feet of the norih in feet & 5 in. The north 15 feet & 5inch's The norlli 15 feet ^5 inch's The south half The north half All All All All All All All All All The west 110 feet of that portion of the North ern 1'acilic a a right of way situate at Jamestown, N. Dak. and bounded as| follows: N. Dak..ami hounded as I follows: On I the west by J theeaft side of titli aveu ue on the cast by the I west .side of 5th avenue on the north by the south side of Front I street, and 011 the south I by 1 In' north side of Main south of lot 1, block aa, Jamestown N. Dak., at a point 55 feet .south of the N. I or said lot ttienee west 1«) feet to a point! on west line of lot 4, block 81 I 55 feet south of the N. \V. cor- I ner of said lot 4 lie 11 ce south 50 feet I along west line of said lot 4 1 thence cast 100 I feet to a point on cast line of said lot 1 thence nortli I 50 feet to place of beginning 1 Commenc 11 011 the east line of lot 1, blocks, Commend 011 the east Hue of lot 1, block S3, Jamestown N. Dak., at point 25 feet south of the N. H. corner of said lot 1 thence west Kill feet, to a point on west line of lot 4, block S3. 25feet south of N. \V. corner of said lot 4 thence south 25 feet along west line of said lot 4 thence cast lflO feet to a point 011 east line of said lot 1: thence uorth ~5 feet to place of beginning. The north 25 feet The north S.r foot The north S!5 feet The east a feet of the north 25 feet The west So feet 0 1 feet Description. Total Assessnu 0 All All, except east il feet ol north 4") feet All, except north 45 feet All, except north 45 feet Commencing I at a point 15 feet 5 inches mth of N cornel' of lot 12, block til. original plat of James to 3 2 S Block Size of v: cn cn in 9 31 25x130 .? 03 80 §4 64 10 34 22x45 1 25x85 88 .15 4 45 11 34 '.'5X85 (H) 57 3 03 13 24 25x85 CO 07 :t 03 II 77 10) c-t 15 ft 5 in.\5:i 31 I 17 13 21 25x140 100 00 5 0") 13 "4 35x140 KM) 00 5 CO 14 21 50x140 2(H) 00 10 00 15 50X140 200 00 10 00 1 25 25X130 92 80 4 04 •1 35 25x130 02 80 4 04 :t 25 25X130 93 80 4 04 4 35 25x13(1 93 80 4 04 16 25 50x140 200 00 10 00 17 25 50x140 '200 CIO 10 00 18 25 50x140 200 00 10 00 011 ttie west by the east side of 5t!i aven ue: on the east by the west side of 4th avenue 0111henorth| by the south I side of Front street and on the south by the north side of Main I street I The west HO feet of that portion of I tlie North em l'acitie a 1 ad 1 right of way 1 situate at Jamestown, 210x140 050 00 47 50 240x140 050 00 17 50 1 street The uorth feet Tin fert Th fe-'t Tiie feet Tli feet The south The south 5o feel The south 50 leet The west lis feet of north half The west OS feet of south half The east (•.' feet The north half The south half All The south 2,". feet The south 25 feet The south :.'5 fed The south l!5 feet C'omniene in so north so S3 SO north 9 32 25XS0 57 10 2 85 10 25x80 57 10 2 80 north 11 25x80 57 10 2 85 50 13 33 25x^0 57 10 2 80 feet 11 32 25x50 35 70 1 78 10 32 2 .x.rv 35 70 1 79 11 32 25\50 35 70 1 7S 12 32 25x50 35 70 1 79 13 32 25x98 70 00 3 50 13 32 25x98 70 CO 3 50 13 32 43x50 tiO 00 3 00 It 32 25x140 1M0 00 5 00 It 32 25x140 KM) 00 5 flo 15 32 50x110 200 00 10 00 1 4 011 3 -33 251100 71 40 3 57 the east line t: a j-33 50x100 James town, N. Dak., at a point feet south of theN. K. cor ner of said lot 1: tlienco west too feet to a point on west line of lot 4, block 38. R0 feet south of N. W. corner of said lot 4 thence south 5 feet along the west line of said lot 4:thence east 100 feet to a point on east line of said lot tlience north 5 feet to place of beginning. 142 70 7 14 1 5 2 6 3 4 00 6 00 3 00 7 50 8 50 1 75 1 75 1 00 20 20 33 5x100 11 30 72 4 I :i3 sr.xioo 71 40 3 57 a a- 4 1 2 3 I I 4| •2 The south half KI,AUS' ADDITION. Jamestown, N. Dak. All 1 4fi 31 5x140 20 00 1 00 All All Sum Total $9, S75 0.) $468 75 _— 'istonC a Sarah 1.6riffij\. a ll •4 •J 40 50x110 32 00 1 (i0 All All 4ti 50x140 32 (H) 1 00 All •Hi 50x110 32 (KI 1 60 A 4li 50x 140 32 00 1 (10 All ti 40 50x1!0 32 00 1.00 All 7 40 50x110 32 00 1 CO Ail 8 47 50x140 33 (K) 1 00 All 0 17 50\140 32 00 1 (10 All 10 •17 50\111 32 00 1 tiO All It 47 50xl4' 32 00 1 no All 12 47 5'lxllO 32 00 1 00 All 13 47 5nxl4d 32 00 1 0(1 Alt It 47 33.4 110 20 00 1(0 .'*11 7 52 5! IXI to 32 (It) 1 no All 52 50x110 32 00 1 li 1 All 9 52 50x1-11) 33 00 1 00 Ail 10 52 50x110 32 (1!) 1 r.O' Ail It 52 50x110 32 |0 1 00 \ll 12 5° 50x 110 32 00 1 (iO All 1 53 50x140 32 00 1 60 All 53 50x1 to 32 00 1 60, All ii 53 50x11" 32 00 1 60* All 53 50X140 32 (HI 1 CO All r, 53 50x110 32 00 1 liO All 53 50x140 33 00 1 00 KI.AUS' 2nd ADDITION, Jamestown, N. ]ak. All 1 tiO 50x140 32 00 1 60 All 00 50x140 32 00 1 60 All 3 00 50x140 32 (HI 1 C.D The north half 4 IV1 25x140 1(1 00 80 The south half 4 00 25x110 Ki 00 80 All 5 (ill 50x110 32 00 1 60 All li til) 50x140 32 00 1 (iO All 7 01 5SX140 33 00 1 60 All 8 01 50x140 33 00 1 00 All 9 61 50x140 32 00 1 60 All 10 01 50x140 32 00 1 60 All 11 (il 50x140 33 00 1 60 All 12 01 50X140 32 CO 1 60 All 7 no 50x140 32 00 1 60 All 8 (i(i 50X140 32 00 1 60 All no 50x140 H2 00 1 60 All 10 or, 50x140 32 00 1 69 All 11 (id 50x140 32 00 1 60 All 12 (1(5 50x140 32 00 1 ('0 All 1 07 50X140 32 00 1 60 All 07 50x110 32 00 1 60 A 3 07 50x140 32 00 1 00 All •1 07 50x140 32 Ofc 1 60 All 07 50x140 32 0™ 1 60 All is (17 50x1 tO 32 00 1 00 KI.AUS' 3rd ADDITION", Jamestown. X. Dak. All 1 74 50x140 IS 00 90 All 0 74 50x110 18 00 «0 All 3 74 50x140 IS 00 90 All 4 74 50x140 IS 00 90 All 5 74 50x140 18 CO 90 All li 74 50x110 18 00 90 All 75 50x140 18 00 B0 All 8 7." 50x 140 18 00 90 All 9 75 50x140 IS (0 90 AH 10 75 50X140 18 00 90 All 1t 75 5(1 X110 18 no 90 All 12 75 50x140 18 (KI 90 All 7 80 50X140 (i 00 30 All S W) 50x110 (1 (H) 3C All 11 80 50x110 (5 00 30 All 10 so 5(X140 0 CO 30 All 11 80 50X140 0 0) 30 All 12 80 50x140 fi 00 SO All 1 81 50x140 ti 00 HO All 81 50x110 li 00 30 All 3 81 50x140 (i CO 30 A 4 81 50x110 (5 00 30 All 5 81 5.:x! 1 1 (i 00 30 All 0 81 50x140 (i 00 30 5.1'. 1 31 85X83 57 10 8 84 of the north 55 ft 4 33 21x25 14 30 72 All 10 S3 50x140 200 00 10 0(1 All 17 33 50x140 300 00 10 00 The south halt 18 33 25x140 100 00 5 00 The north half 18 33 95X140 100 00 00 All 8 88 81.3X140 92 50 4 fil All 38 50x140 1)0 00 4 50 The south half 10 38 25X140 45 00 2 25 The north half 10 38 25x140 45 00 2 35 The south half 11 38 25X140 tiO 00 3 00 The north half 11 38 25X140 00 00 00 The south half 13 38 25x140 CO 00 3 00 The north half 12 38 25x140 K0 00 3 00 All 13 38 50x140 170 00 8 60 Alt 14 38 50X140 180 00 9 CO All 1 39 50X140 180 00 fl 00 Tho north half 39 25X140 85 00 4 25 'J 39 25X140 85 00 4 35 The north half 3 39 25X140 CO 00 3 00 The south half 3 89 25X140 60 CO 3 00 The north half 4 39 25x140 00 00 a 00 The south half 4 39 25X140 60 00 3 00 The north half 5 39 25X140 45 00 2 25 The south half rt 39 25x140 45 00 3 25 The north half t5 39 25x14# 45 Ol) 2 25 The south half li 39 25x140 45 00 3 25 The north half 7 39 25x140 30 50 1 52 The south half 7 39 25x140 30 50 1 S3 All 8 39 35.1x140 32 70 1 03 emins as 6crofula Cured —Blood Purified by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "C. I. nood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: It is with pleasure that I send a testimonial concerning what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for my daughter. It is a wonderful medlcln* and I cannot recommend It too highly. Sarota, who is fourteen years old, has beeu Afflicted With Scrofula •Ter since she was one year old. For five years She has had a running sore on one side of her face. We tried every remedy recommended, but nothing did her any good until wo commenced using Hood's Sarsaparilla. My married daughter lulvlaed me to use Hood's Sarsaparilla became Hood's5#'"Cures It had cured her of dyspepsia. She had been troubled with that complaint since childhood, and since her cure she has never been without a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla In the house. W* commenced giving it to Sarah about one year ago, and it has conquered the running sore, Only a'Scar Remaining as a trace of the dreadAl disease. Previous to taking the medicine her eyesight was affected but now she can see perfectly. In connection with Hood's Sarsaparilla we have used Hood'a Vegetable l'llls, and And them the best." Hu, GRIFFIN, Xenia, Illinois. Mood's Pill* cure nausea, sick headache, hdlflMtton. biliousness. Bold br ail driuudstfc CAMP & SEILER, JAMESTOWN, N. D. Do a geoerol law business. Firstolaas collection and real estate department in oonueotion.