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JAMESTOWN CITY AND VICINITY. From Friday's Dully. Peter Nieva is reported quite siok with typhoid (ever. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Gnptill of Carring ton are in the city. 0. M. Evans of Fargo is in the city looking after collections for the Forum. The temperature went to about ten degrees below last night, but today the •lr is clear aDd bright. Malph Hughes, son of D. E. Hughes, had his foot run over by a heavy loaded rain wagon and lost a portion of one toe. The accident will lay him up for few days. M. Parker sports fine two oaret diamond ring he WHS presented at the Gladstone yesterday. He held ticket Mo. 126. Howard Jones sold his oppor tunity for 850. I Airs. 8. L. Olaspell yesterday enter tained Mr. E. P. Wells, Mrs. J. 8. ffttwn o( Fargo, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Itankin, Supt. and Mrs. O. J. Wilson and Mr. L. R. Casey. Joo. Woyjiok's son was awarded a •tear that was disposed of reoently in the interests of the Polish church, north of the city. The steer was furnished by John Oospodore. A neat sum of money aras raised for the ohuroh. Attorney Knauf has returned from New Rookford where he auooeeded in having the case of the state against J. W. Perkins, for mayhem, continued over the term. Two other oases in which he was interested he had dismissed. There was considerable inquiry in tbe city today for William Jennings Bryan. H. M. Shannon of Milwaukee looks and talks like the advocate of the white metal and someone registered Mr. Bryan from Lincoln, Neb.,, at tbe Glad atone. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Weil had more than usual cause for Thanksgiving and joy yeeterday because of the arrival of a little daughter. Mr. Weil is wreathed in smiles today and wore his new honors becomingly while receiving congratula tions. The Salvation Army is now in the midst of its self denial week. Every member is actively engaged in bringing about a decisive victory as far ns finan cial results are concerned. Special col lections are being taken up in the open air and indoor (nestings collectors are calling from door to door leaving daint ily printed cards of appeal friends and soldiers are armed with colleotiog cards and hundreds of neat little self denial sacks have been distributed throughout the oonntry for gifts of grain, etc. By ail these methods the army expects to raise tbe sinews of war. The army has extended its field as regards social work this year, while the spiritual operations •re as active as ever. ]r. DePuy and family returned Thanksgiving morning from Medora where they spent ten days delightfully the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pelie aier. They took tbe hounds along but were unsuccessful in securing wolves. Black and white tailed deer, however, were plentiful and eight were secured. They were found within two or three miles of tbe home ranch and the finest kind of sport enjoyed. Perfeot weather prevailed during most of tbe trip. The only inconvenience was from their heavy clothing whioh they were compelled to discard. Out on the prairie, however, the temperature was about tbe same as here. A light snow fell just before their their departure and tracking 'deer was easy. Judge Ulaspell spent Thanksgiving at New Rookford where he has been hold ing oourt this week—and evenings. James Hannafln was found guilty of violating the prohibition law by a jury that deliberated less than tan minutes The suit of the state against a man by the name of Hammook, for violations of the same law,wasdismissed by tbe states attorney because of tha insufficiency of theevidenoe. There were similar cases hanging over tbe heads of William and Charles Logan and five or alx others but it is said they left without oeremony. When they were rearohed before com mitment by the sbsriff it is said from $25 to $80 was found on each of these men •nd this they forgot to oall for on their departure. However, this report may not be so. Attorneys Conklin and Ells worth are in attendance at oourt. Kidney, Bladder 'and .Urinary Troubles, Any of tbe above complaints, bed wrt tinrf by children, too frequent or seamy urine (u trouble often found with old uien) oau be cured by Dr. Fenner's Kid ney and Baokache Cure Testimonials are disregarded, many people doubting the honesty or sincerity of th«*m ws therefore avoid giviog nay here, bur. furnish them on application will to Dr. Bald- win of Jamestown, who will refuud your money if not satisfied after nsiux one bottle. Djnpepib or Indigestion. Dr. Fanner's Dyspepsia Cure, astbs name implies, is simply for dyspepsia or indigestion, snd should be superior to tha general run of preparations or pre scriptions because it is prepared by a phyaioien of many years study and ex pansoaa, whose writings on msdioal SMStions an aooepted aa authorities, not satisfied after using one bottle Dr. Baldwin of Jamastown will refund your money. Tbs annual report of tbe Minnesota railroad commissioners shows the North ern Paoifio in ten months opsration showed a surplus, after paying operating expenses, taxes, interest, rentals and dividends, on June 30, including surplus from previous years, for entire line, of 9489,828. The deficit on June 30, in cluding defioits for previous years, under the two months operation by re ceivers, was $3,839,298. President Mel len has sent east tbe figures giving the reoeipts and expenditures of the road for some weeks past. He has reason to be particularly proud of tbe Ootober earn ings. The gross earnings exceeded tbe estimate made by 8100,000. The net earnings have been climbing steadily up ward, week by week, and, partly based on this showing, Northern Paoifio stock has taken a very stiff brace. Tbe trouble from lloode on the west end has been en tirely repaired at an expense of not to exceed 825,000. Clever Trick. It certainly looks liks it, but there is really no trick about it. Anybody can try it who has lame back and weak kid neys, malaria or nervous troubles. We mean he can cure himself right away by taking Electrio Bitters. This medicine tones up the wnole system, acts as a stimulant to the liver and kidneys, is a blood purifier and nerve tonio. It oures constipation, headache, fainting epells, eleepleesnees and melanoholy. It ia pure ly vegetables mild laxative, and restores tbe system to its natural vigor. Try Eleotrio Bitters and be convinced that tbey area miracle worker. Every bot tle guaranteed. Only 50o a bottle at Wonnenberg & Avis. Buokl«n's Arnica Salve. TIN BUT SALTS in tha world fot Oats, Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhsum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively oures Piles, or no paj required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Prioe 86 eeata par bos. For sals by Wonnsberg St Aria. From Saturday's Daily A Valley City hunting party of seven secured 27 deer near Ft. Bnford reoently. Senator A. N. Hansoom of Towner spent yesterday in the city the guest of bis daughter, Miss May. The trains from tbe west lately have come in showiug tbe effects of snow and rain storms on their roofs. Miss Gertie Taylor returned today from Valley City where she spent Thanksgiving with friends. The Salvation Army went to Carring ton and gave a song service to a packed audience in the court bouse. There was a large attendance at tbe funeral of Mrs. Carter today. Rev. J. N. Loach of Spirit wood epoke. Married: Frank E. James and Miss Anna Louisa Schieee of Ypsilanti at tbe Congregational parsonage today. Miss Mazie Clemens returned today to her school duties at Pingree after spending Thanksgiving at home. Miss Alice Brasted of Fargo went to Melville today to speak Sunday in the,' interests of the Childrens' Home society. Among tbe guests of the Gladstone ure J. C. Russell, Philadelphia A. R. Massy, Ypsilanti Chaa. F. Klaus, San-' born. Mies Clara Bradley left for Moorbead,' Minn., today to attend tbe state normal school. She will take a three-years teacher's course. There was a large at.tendanoe at tbe social given last evening by tbe voung folks of the Epworth league. Every one bad a fine time. Bert Porter is reported convalescent froiu a severe seige of typhoid fever and expects to return from the Brainerd sanitarium in a week or so. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Leasure, of Mel ville spent yeeterday in tbe oity and to day returned with Miss Mattie who is very much improved in health after a long illness. Tbe art exhibition to be given by the ladies of the Congregational church at their annual fair Deo. 2, will afford an excellent opportunity to secure hand some reproductions of works of well known artists for holiday gifts. Night Caller Harry Williams is nearly reoovered from a severe attack of the measles and expects soon to resume work. The three other young people in the family haveeaob had this disease lately but now are convalescent. Geo. ^Williams has just completed a sheep barn 32 by 80 feet on Mr. S. Cor win's farm, eight miles south of the city. The building has 12 foot posts resting on a two foot wall and will bold 70 tons of hay. Monday Mr. Williams will begin tbe work of exoavating and constructing an enlarged basement under tbe Baptist ohuroh. One of the cases to come up at tbe La Moure term of court will be that of J. F. Bradway of Dickey against Andrew J. Burke, J. A. May and S. Barkalow for the recovery of money on a check issued by Butke to May in payment of a shipment of wbeat. Mr. Bradway cashed the obeok, Burke went under, tbe oheck waa protested—and tbe law suit results. William Saye of Logan county says a prairie fire started on their range last week, inside of their fire breaks, and des troysd 100 tons of hay and half of his range, and 200 tons of hay and all the range of Rarely Broa.T adjoining. Tbe lira was started about three or four o'olook in tha morning and may have been set by some one lost on the prairie. Mr. Saye has sold off considerable of his stook sod wil be able to pull through tbe winter with a small bnncb, some 50 tons of hay elsewhere being saved. A Valley City dispatob says Dr. L. E. Benson of that oity, baa left for parts unknown, and the matter has created considerable commotion among tbe beet people of that oity. About three weeks ago the doctor left with a party for a few days hunt. About 10 days ago the party came home but tbe doctor did not come with them. It is alleged that there has been trouble in tbe Beceon house hold, and that this is tbe cause for ble disappearance. It is said proceedings for a legal separation have been begun. Arthur Coeur, who baa been at tbe oity hospital for eight weeks with typ hoid fever, has reoovered and today left for his home near Melaken, III. He was aocompamed by his father, A. Coeur, who was called here some time ago by his son's serious illness. He says be is very much pleased with this part of the state and thinks this isj the country for tbe poor man—a riob man can live any where with comfort. Mr. Coeur is a large farmer of Illinois, owning a section of land. He spoke a good word for the hospital and commends it highly. An extra freight, east bound, broke into three piecee today in ooming down tbe hill vest of tbe city. There was no one on tbe middle seotion, coneisting of oars loaded with lignite ooal, and these crashed into the rear section. Three oars were utterly ruined snd smashed into kindling, one of tbe oars being forced on top of another. There was no one hurt fortunately, tbe wrecking crew was or dered out and in two hours time had the track oleared. Tbe Atlantic mail, due here at 4:20 a. m., was several hours late and just in time to be still further delayed b7 the wreck. The Greatest Discovery Yet. W. M. Repine, editor Tiskilwa, 111., "Chief," 6ays: "We won't keep house without Dr. King's New Discovery for .Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Ex perimented with many others, but never got the true remedy until we used Dr. King's New Discovery. No other remedy can take its place in oar borne, as in it we have a certain and sure cure for Coughs, Whooping Cough, etc." It is idle to experiment with Demise of Mrs. J. Carter* The not wholly unexpected and yet sudden death of Mrs. Annie Everett Carter, wife of Josiah Carter, oocurred Thursday morning at 7:30 o'clock at tbe residence in the western part of the city. Just a year ago she contracted a violent cold that developed into quick consump tion Her life had been dispaired of for some time, but tbe last few days she seemed to be somewhat improved. Yes terday morning she awakened at 5:30, but soon after lapsed into unconscious ness from which she did not recover. Mrs. Carter was 39 years old and was born in Michigan. She married Mr.Carter 19 years ago and about 1882 came to Jamestown which Hince was her bome. She leaves eight children, tbe youngest three years of age and the oldest, Joseph, about 18 years old. The infant born last July died two months later. Mrs. Carter was the daughter of Arlo and Jane Everett who reside on Fourth avenne, south. She became a member of the Methodist church not long ago and the funeral was beld from there, the Rebekahs, of whioh ehe was a member,.previously holding a brief ser vice at tbe bouse. Mrs. Wm. Fields of Lexington, Ky.. arrived to visit her eister a few days ago and will be present at tbe funeral leav ing for bome immediately afterward. Albert Everett, a brother, came from Houghton, Mich., three weeks ago to see Mrs. Carter, but was called bome later by pressing business. For Over Fifty Years. An Old and Weil-Tried Remedy.—Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty -years by millions of mothers for their children while teeth ing, with perfeot suooees. It soothes tbe child, softens the gums, allays all pain, oures wind colio, and is the best remedy for DisrrbcBa. Is pleasant to the taste Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle, its value is inoaloulable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. Notice To whom it may concern—Spiritwood Nov. 27, '97. My wife. May Whipple, having left my bome and deserted me notice is hereby given, that I am not and will not be responsible for. and will not pay any debts incurred by her. WE6KLY ALERT. other remedies, even if tbey are urged on you as just as good as Dr. King's New Discovery. They are not as good, beoause this remedy has a record of cures and beside is guaranteed. It never fails to satisfy. Trial bottles free at Wonnenberg te Avis' drug store. 3 WM. WHIPPLE. "Klondike Bulletin." Will be published by the Soo Line every Monday, containing all telegraphic news and up-to-date information as to beet routes, service, steamship sailings, and every facility as same develope. In valuable'to Alaskan prospectors snd all their friends. To be placed on mailing list, send six cents f6o) in etsmps to W. R. Callaway, Q. P. A., Minneapolis. Forty Dollars Buys around trip tioket to the old bome in Canada via the Burlington Route and Chioago. To some far eastern points little more. Ask yoar tioket agent for a Burlington tiokst. IN VER8E AND RHYME Came Replies to the Invita tions—A Very Pleasant At Home Given at the Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wonnenberg Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Wonnenberg and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Beals gave an exceed ingly pleasant "At Home" Friday at the residence of Mr. Wonnenberg. About seventy guests were present and tbey were entertained most delightfully. The invitations were a novelty, being as follows: There'll ixt played the "right bower," Next Friday at eight. Can you coine, and come early? For, If you are late. There'll be some one on the list 'Left to play all alone, So, you see, you'll be missed. Now, unless perchance your bed You are 111 In. Please send us a message That "Barkis Is wlllinV These oalled fortb a great number of replies similarly couched in verse and showed that many had courted the Muses. One replied: "Barkis Is wlllln'" Bet you a shlllin' For we appreciate to meet Where the re good things to eat. One confessed after this manner: Since the gift of poesy Is not our forte 'TIs valu the heavenly Muse to court. But, tbo' unable to answer in fitting measure We accept your invitation with the greatest of pleasure For Fridav next, when the clock strikes eight, And we'll come on time Ctwer unkind to be late). And should tbe fates so decree, at the appointed hour, How delighted we'll be to hold the right bower. Another was prevented from coming and from a distant city wrote: Come indeed we would II indeed we could, To hear the old friends thump And loudly yell"What's trumps?" Could we come I'll beta dime We would be in good time So's not to sit like a mummy Or be forced to play the 'dummy.' Sorrowfully I sena this bllletdoux For myself and wifey too. One guest was on tiptoe of pleased anticipation and said: I'll just try for that "bower" Next Friday at eight. Will I come and come early? Yes, and stay just as late As the last on the list I play all alone. Let others be missed. But, for me, unless my bed I am ill in Please know by this message That Barkis is wlllin', Another said: Your kind Invitation we gladly accept (Unless by the Kates in at home should be kept). For there's nothing I'm sure will give greater delight Tban to play the right bower at your house Friday night— Unless it might he in our hands we should Iliul The gay little "Joker" or '-two of a kind.'* But, if these be against us, may we not call for new deals In the hospitable mansion of Wonnenberg and Beals. These are but a few of the many hap pily turned answers quite unexpectedly called out by the invitations—a new and novel feature. The entire evening was very pleasant and the guests lingered to a late hour. Six hand progressive euchre was played during the evening. The guests were presented with dainty mounted "snapshot" photographs of familiar per sons and scenes about the city and else where. On the baoks of the cards the score of the games was kept by fasten lag tiny golden stars. The winners moved from table to table each snooess being rewarded by a star. The ladies' prize, a very handsome china pen tray and ink well, was won by Mrs. M. L. Parker, although she was tied by Mrs. D. S. Moore. The gentlemen's prize was a china card box containing a handsome trophy whist pack of oards. Mrs. J. J. Thompson was awarded a bottle of cat sup—to "catch up," and Frank Casey was given a little shoe "for the foot." De licious refreshments consisting of lettuce sand wiobes and pickles, pickled raisins, jelled chioken,coffee, ioe cream and cake, were served. At the C&cffnt SLPS CKE AM BAT.M Is ft positive core, Apply into the nostrils. It is quickly absorbed. 60 cents at Drueglite or by mail samples 10c. by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 60 Warren St.. New York CI*.- SHORTRIDGE&ELY Grain Commission Merchants Indemnity Bond filed with Secretary of State to Protect Shippers. WHEAT, BARLEY, FLAX, RYE CURRENCY EXPRESSED. NO SPECULATION. Dulutli. Minneapolis. A. STEINBAGH, Solicitor, Jamestown. ClMcbe»«.vm Urun OHffinnl nad (taly Genuine, •arc, 4)W»V' r*U*bta. LADILS a«t Drutrist for tfbidtaf«r« Din-A Mroxd in IM M«I GvlU aiet*llio »xe*. wiled with bl«« ribboi. Tata ._a«tber. JfyVwdm§*rmi1 tnlMkv tiont At *end 4c. Ir 2be parttouUra, icttiowmUU tnl "KAtlef fbr lVllw,w i» utter, by return Mill. IMiMO TwlMiitli. Pom* Pmptr. itU fcj ail LM»1PmggUa l*» James McMillen, of 112 West Washington street, is one of the most active men in Cham paign, Illinois. Mr. McMillen is a pioneer citizen of the city, and his form is as familiar on the streets as that of any citizen of the town. All his life Mr. McMillen has fol lowed the trade of shoemaker, and every day finds him at his bench, Mending over his work with apparently the same vigor he com manded when he was a young man. He has a little shop on North Wright street, in the vicinity of the University of Illinois, and he is the official shoemaker, as it were, for the students ot that institution. About a year ago Mr. McMillen was alwent from his bench for several weeks, and his familiar form was missed along the streets. The local newspapers announced that he was dangerously ill. For months he was a sufferer, but finally he appeared again at his shop, and has lost hut very few days since then and none, perhaps, on account, of sickness. His friends were surprised to see him out again, and they were more surnrist'd when he told them the cause of his recovery. There was no small amount of local inter est in his case, and a reporter visited him, to have him relate the story. "I feel," said the spry old trentleman, "that I owe my lilts to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Something like a year ago it appeared to me that I was almost a physical wreck. I was suffering from a disease of the kidneys. A thick days were numbered. The preinis -s described in paid mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are those certain premises situated in the county of Stutsnmn and state of North Dakota, and de scribed as follows, t'o-wit: The northwest quarter (Xwl4) of section twenty-four (24) in township one hundred forty two (142) north of range sixty-live west of the Fifth principal meridian, except about live (r) acres granted the Northern Paeilic railroad company for a rigi of way. There will he due upon such mortgage at the date of sale, the sum of Four hundred sixteen and 40 !0o dollars. (r!41fi.48). exclusive of the costs and disbursements and attorney's fees allowed by law. Dated at Fanro. North Dakota, this 1st day of November, A. D.. 1897. KLT.IAH M. TOPLIFK, A PIONEER SHOEMAKER. WORKING IT HIS HIDE ALTHOUGH EI6HTT-FUE TEARS OLD. Mr. James McMillen, of Champaign, Has Followed the Shoemaker's Trade All His Life—Every Day at His Bench Working with Appar ently the Same Vigor as a Young Man—k Sketch of His life. From the Gazette Champaign, 111. advanced age of eighty-five year*, scurf had formed on the bottoms of my feet and my ankles were terribly swollen and inflamed. In fact, they reached such a condition that I could not walk, and it looked NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY ADVERTISEMENT. Notice is hereby given that that certain mortgage, executed and delivered by Emily J. Latta, formerly Ehi'ly Brockway, and Albert W. Latta, her Husband, mortgagors, to Hiram 1). Upton, mortgagee, dated the 3rd day of De cember, A. I), eighteen hundred and ninety-two, and tiled for record in the office of the register of deed* for the conntv of Stutsman, and state of North Dakota, on the lWh day of December, A D. 1892, at 9:20 o'clock a. 111. and recorded in book "I*" of mortgages, at pages 344. 315 and 346, and assigned by said mortgagee to Kl'jaliM. Toplill by an instrument in writing dated the llltn day of October. A. D. 1*97, and tiled for record in said office of the register of deeds on the 33rd day of October, A. D. 1897, at 9 o'clock a. m. aiid recorded in book ''U" of mort giges. oil pag- H97. will be foreclosed by as ile of the premises in eucli mortgage and here inafter descrilied. at the front door of the court house in the city of Jamestown, in the county of Stutsman, and State of North Dakota, at the hour ol two o'clock p. in., on the 8tli day of January, A. I). 1898. to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage, on the day of stile, to gether with the costs and disbursements in these foreclosure proceedings and the further sum of $25 attornev's fees as provided by law. Assignee of Mortgigee. W.A.Scott. Attorney for Assignee of Mort gagee, Fargo, North Dakota. First Pub. Nov. IX, 1897. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office, Fargo, N. D.. October 30th, 1897. Notice is lierebv given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before John Knauf, county judge of Stutsman county, North Dakota, at his office in .lamestown, N. D., on December nth. 1897, viz: KMMA CANNALEY nee Sharlow, widow of George Sharlow, for H. E. No. 18812 for the S. of section 14. in township 139. N., range ttf. W. She names the following witnesses to prove ills continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, viz: John H. Severn, Ueorgfi L. Severn. Henry Sharlow. 15. Gibson Dunlap, all of Jamestown, N. 1). A. E. SUXDEITHAUF, Kegister. First Pub. Nov. 4,1S97. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Laud Office at Fargo, N\ D. Nov. 13th, 1897. t' Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John Knauf, county judge of Stutsman county, North Dakota, at his office in Jamestown, N D., oil December 27tli, 1897, viz: THOMAS HENDKICKSON, for 11. E. No 20087 for the Sell of section 14, in township 138 N., range 62 VV. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Ann H. Pierce, of Ypsilanti, N, D., Stephen Corwin, of Jamestown. N. D., Ellat orwin, of .lames'own, N. D„ Herbert E. Wintield of Ypsi lanti, N. D. A. E. SUXDKRHAUF, Register. First l'ub. Nov. 18,1897. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office Fargo, N. D. November nth, 1897. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before John Knauf, county judge of Stutsman county, North Dakota, at his'offiee in Jamestown, N. D., on December 27th,1897, viz: CAKLOS J. WARREN, for H. K. No. 1213S for the SeW of section 6. in township 13ft X., range 62 W. lie names the following witnesses to prove Ills continuous residence upon, HII I cultivation of said laud, anil his planting and cultivating of trees tree seeds, cuttings, shrubs and shrubbery, viz: Peter Pearson. Eugene Hall, Clare B. Bovie, John Holden, all of Jamestown, N. D. A. E. Sl'SDKKHAUK, Kegister. First Pub. Nov. 18,1897. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Fargo, N. I I Nov. 13,1897. Notice is hereby given that the following named -settler lias' filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim ami that said nroof will be made before John Knauf, county judge of Stutsman county. North Dakota, at liis office in Jamestown, N. D., on December 27th, 1897, viz ANN H. PIERCE. for H. E. No. 20247 for the Nw.% of section 4, in township 13* N., range 62 W. She names the following witnesses to prove lier continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: Albert Broughton. of Ypsilanti, N. 1)., William Haskell, of Ynsilantl, N- !., Stephen Corwin, of Jamestown. N. 1., Thomas. Hendrickson, of Ypsilanti, N. D. A. E. SUNDKRHAUK. Register. First Pub. Nov. 18, 1897. 'I read in the newsptper testimonials people who claimed to do flrom have been cured ol kidney trouble by the use of Dr. Pink i'ills for Willisms* Pale People, and it would thought that me no harm to give them he^an to take them. After I as black as tar a trial. I bought A box of them at tne drug store legan and and taking them according to directions. It may seem strange, but it ia a fact that felt the benefit of them almost as soon as I had taken a few pills my urinal discharges became almost I noticed at the time that the pain sam* and soreness were lsnv* ing my kidneys. ''A few days later the swelling began to g» out of my ankles, and at the encT of five weeks it had entirely disappeared, taking with it that terrible scurf which had formed on the bottoms of my feet and caused me so much trouble. I continued to gather nr lost strength, and at the end of six weeks! felt entirely recovered and resumed my work at the shop. I think I took from four to fivo boxes of the pills and have taken none since." Mr. McMillen's residence on West Wash* i:ton street, is more than a mile distant from his shop, but nearly every day he walks the entire aistance, morning and evening, aixl he could not do this if that swelling still existed. Mr. McMillen has no backwardness in talk* ing of the merits of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale or by the 100). by addressing Dr. People contain in a condensed form, all the elements necessary to give new life and richness blood and restore shattered nerves. Pills are sold by all dealers, or will post as though my to the Pink be sent paid on receipt of price, 50 cents a box, or six boxes for 12.50 (they are never sold in bulk Williama* Medicine Company, Schenectady. N. Y. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office, Fargo. N. D., Nov. Snd, 1897. Notice is hereby given that the following mined settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof wil be made before John Knauf. comity judge of Stutsman county, North Dakota, at his office in Jamestown, N. D., on December 18tli, 1897, viz: LEOPOLD KACHEL, for H. E. No. 19280 for the Sw,i of section 8, in township 141, X., range 03 W. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Frank A. Purchase, Joseph Kamroski, Warren Birks, Lewis E. Purchase, a 1 of Jamestown, X. I). A. E. SUNDF.IIHAUF, Register, First Pub. Xov. 4,1897. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I .and Office at Fargo, N. D. Nov. 2, 1897. Notice is herebv given that the following limned settler has filed notice of his intention to ma ,!• iin.il proof in support of his claim and that said proof will lie made belore John Knauf, c.uui'y judge of Stutsman comity, North Dakota, it his oiiice in Jamestown. N. D., on December 18th, 1897, viz: JOSEPH KAMliOSKI. for H. I? No. 19"JSH for the lots 1, 3 and 4 of section 6. in township 141, N.. range 63 W. He names the following witnesses to prove iiis continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vl.- Frank Purchase. Leopold Kacliel. Warren BirUs. Lewis K. Purchase, all of Jamestown, N. D. A. 12. SUKDKRHAUK, Register. First ub. Nov. 4, 1897. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Fargo, N. D., I Oct. 25.1897. Notice is lierebv given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof iu support of his claim and that said proof will ne made before .i-Uiii Knauf, county judge of Stutsman county, North Dakota at his office in Jamestown, N D., on December 4th, 1897. viz: ABRAHAM GORDON, for T. C.E. No. 12969 for the NeVi of Section 26, in Township 140. N., Range62. \V. He names the following witnesses to prove Ills continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, and the plantiug of trees, tree seeds, shrubs, shrubbery and cuttings thereon, viz: George Hambly, Jr.. Herbert Gordon, Edgar J. Gleason, Patrick Graven, all of Spiritwood, N. D. A. E. SUNDERHAVF, Register. First Pub. Oct. 28, 1897. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office Fargo, N. D., Nov.'nth, 1897. i" Notice is hereby given that the-billowing named settler has tiled notice "f his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before John Knauf, county judge of Stutsman county. North Dakota, at his office iu Jamestown, N. D., on December 18th. 1897. viz: FRANK A. PURCHASE, for H. E. No. 19-223 for the Sw* of section 6, in township 141 N., range 63 W He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resilience upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Leopold Kachel, Joseph Kamroski, Warren Birks, of Jamestown, N. 1)., John A. Woychik, of Courtenay, N. I). A. E. SUNDERHAUF. Register. First Pub. Nov. 11,1897. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office Fargo. N. D„ I Nov. 5th, 1897. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler hat filed noticed of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before John Knauf, county judge of Stut«mnn counts, North Dakota, at his office in Jamestown, N. D., on December 18th, 1897, viz: JOHANX F1UES. for H. E. Xo. 19380 forthe S'i He* and EJj 8wfc of section 10, in township 142 X., range 64 W. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon', and cultivation of, said land, viz: John A. Woychik. of Courtenav. X. D., Nathan E. Farnsworth, of Buchanan, X. I.. Andrew X. Holm, of Kens.il, X. D.. Andrew Olsen, of Kensal. X. D. A. E. SVNDERHAVK, Register. First Pub. Xov. 11, 1807. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Fargo, X. I). Xov. i, 1897. Notice is lierebv jiven that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before John Knauf, county judge of Stutsman conntv. North Dakota, at Ills office in Jamestown. X. D., on December 18th. 1897, viz: XATHAX E. FARNSWORTH. for H. E. No. 18747 for the EH RwW and lots 8 aiid^ 4 of section 80, in township 142 X., range He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: Olaf C. Chrlstopherson. Orrnsby McHanr, John H.Canham, George W. Kurtz, allot James town, N. D. A. E. SUNDEBHAUF. Kegister. First Pub. Nov. 8,1897.