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Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
WOVAL BAKIHO POWDER C&.. NEW YORK.
E.J. Gleaeon moved to Jamestown
H. T. Hobert is sick with measles.
F. H. Smith drove to Jamestwon
Wednesday evening. Mr. Smith will
immediately move into the resideDce
property vacated by E. J. Gleason.
Thomas Graven is tinder medical treat
ment for alight attack of pneumonia.
Sam Bronson has purchased 320 aores
adjoining his father's farm.
John Maloney and two little daugh
ters have been seriously sick with iineu
moma during the past week. At last
accounts Mr. Moloney's condition was
Father McDonald of Jamestown spent
Monday night in Spiritwood.
Dr. Lang of Sanborn is attending sev
eral patients in this vioinity.
The two little children of section fore
man are under the doctor's care.
Albert Whitbeck of Eckelson was
visiting friends in Spiritwood during the
early part of the week.
The school will close Friday evening
for a week's vacation.
The hobo gives Mack a wide berth.
Thos. Naze, Will Wilmartand Prosper
Naze, Jr., were in the oity of Jamestown
transacting business on Friday of last
Mrs. Ira Parfit came home from town
muoh improved in health.
Farmers are breathing a sigh of relief
as tbey see the snow fast disappearing
and the meadow lark singing.
Will Naze was A passenger to James
town last Thursday returning Saturday
The mail ronte has been taken up by
a new man again.
Ladies Aid Society met at Mrs. John
Elliott's last Thursday and spent a very
enjoyable ae well as profitable day-
Miss Anna Diemert of Eckelson
visited her cousin, Fannie Keunemann,
in Piano last week.
Miss Nannie Mudgett is improving
rapidly now. Her sister, Grace, will
return home this week. Much sickness
is prevailing in the neighborhood.
Piano has A large stock of new machin
ery on hand now.
Martin Erickson and his bride have
returned home from Oakville.
Young folks gathered from tar and
near at the Piano hall last Friday even
ing and spent a very pleasant time in
dancing. Som^anoe^^£a|l|^it- aa
to our most expensive Ideal."
The "IDEM," No. 44 is a fine rifle. !$
ONE OP OUR LEADERS, price enly $10.
We guarantee it in every respect. Notli- »fi
ing cheap about it but the price.
Made regularly in .23, .29 and .32 cal
ibre riui-flre, .25-20 STEVEXS, .32-40.
.38-59 and. 44-40 center-fire.
IN SPECIAL SIZES, $12.00.
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3, CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.
M. L. MABSON,
Makes a Specialty of all Kinds, of Impairing.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
ware. Optica! ooodsand Musical
Instruments at Lowest Prices
JAMESTOWN, NOKTH DAKOTA
DONT BE FOOLEDI
The market is being flooded
with worthless imitations of
To protect the public we call
especial attention to our trade
mark, printed on every pack
age. Demand the genuine.
For Sale by all Druggists.
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In all its bnwwhcs skillfully performed.
OFFICK—C!mr*1ii]l liuildlnj A venue,
Jaiuehtown, N. Oak.
At office first two weeks in u»h month
James River Bank Fnilding,
JamesvowTi. N. D.
All branches of dentistry skillfully performed.
CROWN AND I'.KIDCK WORK A SPECIALTY
All Work Guaranteed.
Office over Churchill & Webster's,
QONKLIN & MURPHY,
Attorneys at Law,
Office In Gladstone Block,
Corner room, first floor,
JAMESTOWN, NO.RTH DAKOTA
visit from her mother and brother, who
are from Indiana.
W. T. Sawyer of Ames, Iowa, was an
arrival on Wednesday. He brought a
oarload of horses, machinery, etc., for
use on his farm east of town. Mr. Saw
yer has spent the past two summers
here and will now be one of our perma
nent residents. Welcome, William.
F. E. Weecom, H. E. Sunday, Chris
Neileoc, F. E. and E. S. Dodge visited
Garrington the past week.
John Johnson was doing business in
Jamestown on Friday.
Yon can't always tell who a school
ma'am will ride with, by hearing her
promise the pleasure of ber company to
a particular one.
Will Ellis has just completed a barn
on his homestead.
Johu James went to Carnngton and
back last Friday "to get his hair cut."
A. K. Boyd left la3t week for Detroit
Minn., to visit bis son.
Vem Grannie and wife left last Satur
day for the coast.
W. A. Bartholomew and son Willis
were in the city, the latter for treat
James Hastings is now a full fledged
Maccabee, or if not, be ought to be.
The boys were up all night and report a
B. Gaston of Wimbledon was a visitor
here last Monday.
J. T. Whitford from Milwaukee is
again with ns.
A. Buttke, the live machinery man,
intends to be with us permanently the
first of May. The residents of Pingree
and surrounding community will give
him a hearty welcome, for it will supply
along felt want.
A. Johnson died at his residenoe, four
miles north of here. April 7 He had
been in poor health for some time and
his death was no surprise to his friends
and family. He was a man of retiring
disposition, kind and affeotionate to his
family, and be left them with an assur
ance that he had gone to live with Jesns.
He leaves a wife and three ohildren to
mourn hie loss. Services were held at
the Congregational cburoh on Sunday,
Rev. Martin, officiating.
J. E. McGillivray has gotten hie build
ings into the village at last. Jim has,
through a detective bureau, appointed a
man in this locality to look after the
property and all persons are warned not
to molest or deface the buildings in any
way—especially the small boys.
The farmers are getting into the fields
as fast as no*-*'*- .*»-*-*=—
position of secretary of the college to
eucoeed Secretary Farnham.
Mr. Shsttuck is a gentleman with
qualities which should especially fit him
for the office. That be will successfully
perform the duties required of him is
without a question and he will undoubt
edly be very popular with the students.
ON EVERY BOTTLE
Of Shiloh's Consumption Cure is this
guarantee: "All we ask of you is to use
two-thirds of the contents of this bottle
faithfully, then if you can say you are
not benefited return the bottle to your
druggist and he may refund the price
paid." Price 25ots.. 50cts. and $1,00.
For sale by Churchill, Webster &
Fugitive From Justice Rounded
11 By a Long Prairie
George McCalley was arrested Fri
day in Jamestown by Sheriff J. T.
Hermes of Long Prairie, Minn. MoCalley
was arrested over a year ago at Long
Prairie, charged with having struck and
seriously injured a man with an axe. He
escaped from the sheriff and after a year
came back. He got into more trouble
on his return and succeeded in avoiding
arrest only by escaping to Jamestown.
McCalley has been working for farmers
in the vicinity of the city since coming
here. Sheriff Hermes returned yesterday
from Bismarck where he procured
requisition papers from Governor Fanch
er. He took his man east la9t night.
Sheriff Severn accompanied him to
the Minnesota line.
New Stock Ranch.
The fine grazing country west of the
Jim river is beginning to at attract stock
raisers from the east who realize the
value of tbe native grass of which Stuts
man county has so many thousand acres.
E. A. Bass and J. E. DeForest, of
Hawarden, la. are in the city today en
route to Medina to look over a bunch of
Northern (Paoifio lands suitable for a
stock ranch. Tbe lands in view are
located north of Medina. Thefntendmg
buyers expect to start in the cattle busi
ness with about 1,500 head. William
Dwyer of Medina is assisting tbe new
arrivals in finding locations.
DO YOU N O W
Consumption is preventable? Science
has proven that, and also that neglect is
suicidal. Tbe worst eold or cough oan
be cured with Shiloh's Cough and Con
sumption Cure. Sold on positive guar
antee for over fifty years. For sale by
Churchill, Webster A: Bolinger.
Board county commissioners in session
at 10 o'clock a. m. April 3,1899, pursuant
to adjournment. All members present.
Allen chairman, II Keeler and 0
Proceedings of meeting as follows:
Minutes of meeting Maroh 25,1899,
approved us read.
Report of poor assisted by commission
ers in the 1st. 2nd and 3d districts re
ceived and placed on tile as read.
On motion the personal tax against
jr A Lieber for 1891 and '92 for 845.22,
amount being upon his shoe stook de
stroyed by tire Jau'j 3,1893, was rebated
$10 and the balance amt, $35.22, is paid
by him this day.
On motion board adjourned to meet
at 2 o'clock April 3,1899.
Board met at 2 o'clock m. All mem
bers present. Allen ohairman,F
Keeler and 0 Flint
Minutes of meeting held in forenoon
April 3,1899, approved as read.
At this time Alien handed in his
the 2nd district, and same was read to
take effeot soon as accepted.
On motion the resignation of
Allen as county commissioner of the 2nd
district was accepted and placed on tile.
(Signed) Li NIEMEJYER,
Approved: County Auditor.
Immediately upon the acceptance of
the resignation of Allen as county
commissioner, according to law, the
remaining members of the board,
Keeler and Flint, with tbe county
judge, Bigelow, and Auditor
Niemeyer, filled said vacancy from the
district in which said vacancy occurred:
On motion Keeler was eleoted
chairman of said election board and
A Lieber, deputy auditor, as secretary
On motion Bigelow to take an
informal ballot for county commissioner.
of ballot: Four votes cast, of
which George Severn of the 2nd dis
trict received all (4) votes.
On motion the informal ballot was
made formal and tbe election of Geo
Severn made by acclamation to fill the
vacanoy of county commissioner of the
2nd district for tbe unexpired term
oaused by Allen, resigned.
At this time George Severn took the
oflioial oath according to law and entered
upon his duties as oounty commissioner
of tbe 2nd district.
New board oounty commissioners met
and organized. All members present.
Keeler, Flint and George
On motion Keeler was eleoted
ohairman of said board.
On motion the following bills were
read and allowed paid:
Geo Lutz, fuel court house I 56 90
Keeler, inspecting bridge... 9 00
Keeler, eervioee overseer
poor, 3rd district
Allen, services to poo-'—
days rd 8100.
Allen, board tr this paper will be
Feb and Marcl that there is at least
disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is tbe only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
sdtntional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure i6 taken internally, acting direotly
upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of
tbe system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up tbe
constitution and assisting nature in do*
ing its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in its curative powers, that
they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to oure. Send for list
Address, F. J. CHENEY
Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
An informal meeting of several busi
ness men was held last night at Wells &
Dickey's office to take up the matter of
immigration into this county. It was
stated that the Northern Pacific might
be able to send a number of families and
land seekers here fsoon and some pre
paration to look after them and see that
tbey get smtable locations would be,
necessary. It was decided to organize
for this and other work of like nature,
and to hold a meeting where every one
oouM lend a hand in the work. A com
mittee on organization• was appointed
as well as a committee to notify tbe
business men generally of tbe matter.
Tbe first meeting will be held Monday
night at the council rooms at eight
o'clock. Messrs. Orlady, Wonnenberg
and Allen were tbe committee to notify
the business men.
Water in tlie Missouri Steadily
A yawl is now being ueed by the
Northern Paoifio to transfer those pas
sengers who wish to oross tbe bottoms
between Bismarck and Mandan. Trains
are not run between these two cities.
At the river landing the water is high
and partially surrounds the warehouses.
From present indications it will be
several days before trains are.run west
further than Bismarck even if the water
should rot rise further.
It is reported that a gorge has been
formed on the "Missouri fifteen miles be
low Bismarck. Another gorge iB said to
have been formed thirty miles north of
that city. The water continues to rise
and coverB the rails went of BismaroK to
a depth of several feet. Some of the
houses in that city are surrounded by
Clothier, fuel to poor 5 00
Remington, care of poor,
Zaoker 9 00
Flint, cash and supplies to
poor 7 68
Ray Reinbeimer, erroneous as
sessment sohool, road poll,
not of age 2 50
A Parkinson, services on assess
ors' books 20 00
William Lenton, road work 150
W Keme, road work 1
Vincent, do do
Lti libber, road work
Geo Klundt, do do
Jakob Fisher, do do
Peter Fried, do do
Louis Kooh, do do
George Hartel, do do
Peters, do do
Thomas Thornton, road work ..
Carl Koch, do do
George Ackerman, do do
Ernst Bishoff, wolf bounty
W Pearson, do do
Joe Crandall, (10) do do
George Fair, wolf bounty 2 00
Hecketwiler, do do .... 2'00
Jacob Klundt, do do 4 00
E W Hall.roiid work rejeoted 7 00
Isaacson, clerk of election at
Banner 4 00
Sealed bids received, opened and read
De Puy for county physician and
to furnish all medicine to poor for en
suing year amount 8249.
Bid of Helen Wink for oounty physi
cian and furnish medicine to poor ensu
ing year amount, $360.
Bid of Dr. DePuy being the lowest,
on motion was acoepted.
Sealed bids for lumber and fuel re
ceived, opened and read as advertised:
Bid of John McCullocb Lumber Co.,
giving in detBil prices on lumber, coal
and wood for the ensuing year, was read
and placed on file.
Letters received and read, signed by
Geo Lutz, Shurlock and the Gull
River Lumber Co, pertaining to the
subjeot, that the markets are un
settled respecting prices on lumber and
fuel aud they did not bid, but were
willing to furnish the county with ma
terial at the lowest market price at all
There being but one bid, on motion
bid of John McCulloch Lumber Co.
by W. C.Haveliok, manager, is rejeoted.
Bids for the oare of poor received,
opened and read:
Mrs Remington at 89.90 per month.
Mrs E Bnzzell at &12 per month.
Mrs John Wojick at $11.50 per month.
The bid of Mrs Remington being the
lowest, on motion said bid is accepted
and placed on file.
Vacancies filled for road supervisors
by board county commissioners:
E E Gordon for towneh'o 139 range 62.
W La Franz,tow 'nee?44 range ftJrlh
bride is well known
young lady of Jamestown
A'.urge circle of fneDds wish the oon
t:acting parties a joyous voyage through
The happy couple left on last evening's
train for Livingston where tbey will re
side in the,future.
Dull headache, pains in various parts
of the body, sinking at the pit of the
stomach, loss of appetite, feverishness
pimples or sores are all positive evidences
of impure blood. No matter how it be
comes so it must be purified order to
obtain good health. Acker's Blood
Eiexir has never failed to oure scrofulous
or spyhilitic poisons or any otber blood
diseases. It is certainly a wonderful
remedy and we sell every bottle on
positive guarantee. For sale by
Churchill, Webster & Bolinger.
Want Assessments Reduced.
Tax Agent Swartz of the Northern
Pacific was at tbe court house Friday
on business concerning the assessment
of tbe company's landB in this county.
He stated tbe company expects to get a
reduced valuation on its lands from
private assessments, claiming tbe same
bave been assessed too high. How
much of an assessment on the lands in
tbe coteaux was considered reasonable
Mr. Swarlz did not state.
No woman can be too careful of
her condition during the period be
fore her little ones are born. Neglect
or improper treatment then endan
gers her life and that of the child. It
lies with her whether she shall suffer
unnecessarily, or whether the ordeal
shall be made comparatively easy.
She had better do nothing than do
Is the one and the only preparation
that is safe to use. It is a liniment
that penetrates from the outside.
External applications are eternally
right. Internal medicines are radi
cally wrong. They are more than
humbugs—they endanger life.
Mother's Friend helps the muscles
to relax and expand naturally—re-'
lieves morning sickness—removes
the cause of nervousness and head
ache— prevents hard and rising
breasts—shortens labor and lessens
the pains—and helps the patient to
From a letter by a Shreveport, La.,
woman: "I have been using your
wonderful remedy, Mother's Friend,
for the last two months, and find it
just as recommended."
Mil It at $1
Eight Huivlral of Mataafa's Men
Ambusliwl a Hundred Ameri
cans and British,
Compelling Them to Retire With
a Joint Loss of Seven
AUCKLAND, N. Z., April 13.—Dis
patches received here from Apia,
April 4, say that a party of 105 Amer
ican and British sailors were forced to
retreat to the beach, after having been
caught in an ambush on a German
plantation on that date. The expedition
was led by Lieutenant A. H. Freeman
of the British third-class cruiser Tau
ranga. Lieutenant Freeman and Lieu
tenant P. L. Lansdale of the United
States cruiser Philadelphia, and Ensign
REAR ADMIRAL ALBERT KAUTi
J. R. Monahan of the United States
cruiser Philadelphia, were left dead on
the field. Lieutenant Monahan remained
to assist Lieutenant Lansdale and was
Two British and
two American sailors
were also killed.
The natives engaged were some of
Mataafa's warriors. They severed the
heads of the British and American offi
cers killed. Priests of the French mis
sion afterward brought the heads into
Apia. The manager _of the German
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Red. I'lnk,White and Yellow ltoses
per dozen $1.50 to $1.75
Carnations, per dozen 75c
Violets per hunch 50c
Kaster Lillics, per dozen $3.00
Wreathes, Crosses, Pillows, Anchors, Etc
for funerals, made un on short notice. .Mail
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too large clip for exchange we
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October ti, 1M8,
Will loan money to farmers on
approved chattels or on wheat in
granary, elevator or mill.
Low interest rates no bonuses.
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In all its branches skillfully performed.
OFFICE—Churchill Building, Gtli Avenue,
Jamestown, N. Dak.
At ofllce first two weeks-in each month.
#50,000 OP TWENTY YEARS, 6
PER CENT BONDS FOR SALE.
The trustees of the Nortli Dakota Hospital for
the Insane, offer for sale an issue of llffy thous
and dollars (S50,000.00) worth ol bonds said
bonds to be in the denomination of $1,000.00
each, and are issued for the purpose of con
structing additional buildings, under the pro
visions of 11. B. No. 171, of the Session Laws of
1899. entitled "an act to provide for the erection
of necessary additional buildings for the hospital
for the insane at Jamestown. North Dakota."
Bids for the bonds will be received hv the
board up to 11 a. in., May 3rd, 189«. The board
retain the right to reject any and all bids.
All bids to be directed to the secretary. Anton
Fried, care of North Dakota Hospital for In
sane, Jamestown, N. D., and marked proposals
By order of the board of trustees.
Handles a complete line of Groceries,
Glassware, Crockery, Tobacco and Ci.
gars, Fruits and Confectionery. Give me
a call. Will guarantee satisfaction.
The Only Exclusive Grocery in Jamestown....
REMEMBER THE PLACE
Dated Jamestown, N. D. April10th, 38'JU.
State of Minnesota, I
County of Hennepin,
District Court, Fourth Judicial District.
In re assignment of Henry \V. Phelps, In
By virtue of an order of court in the above
entitled matter, sealed bids will be received by
the undersigned assignee of said insolvent tip to
and including the 30tn day of April, A. 1). 1899,
for the following described property, situate in
Stutsman county, North Dakota, subject to all
taxes and incumbrances against the same, viz:
North-east quarter (NEfc) and the South one
half (S'/2 of South east quarter (sEJ*) of sec
tion seventeen (17), township one hundred
thirtv-nine (139), range sixty-three (08), and an.
acre lot known as Black Horse Acre near the
city of.-'"unestown. in said countv of Stuieinan
*'-u'tl Dakota, and lot 18 in block.
'!i Dakota. Such bids, if any»
district court of llenne
it* disposal and
Jamestown, N. Dak. GLADSTONE GROCER.
I WE ARE STILL IN THE MARKET FOR
Choice Milling Wheat
Russell, Miller Milling Co.,
Jamestown, North Dakota.
We carry a full line of tlower and garden
seeds. All our seeds are tested.
Our Sweet i'ea mixture is unsurpassed.
HO big packets postpaid for $ .OO.
N. DAK. FLORAL COMPANY, Fargo, N. D.
Not tkis kind, but Sleep's Wool,
in exchange for our superb pure
woolea goods. Extri BUnkets,
Shirting Flannels, Fancy Flannels,
Dress Flannels, Stocking Yarns, Shawls, Fine Cas
simeres, Attractive Shirts, Skirts, Serviceable Mack
iniws and Underwear that Its. We pay nc for
Medium, i6c for Fine Medium or Coarse, and 15c for Fine wool, and
freight to our mill
on shipments over 100 pounds. If you have
I regular market prices. Sacks and shipping tags sent upon request.
1 Send for Samples and Price List to the beat Wool Market in the Northwest
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