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Fargo gets the fair on "election" years. Fessenden dfecials chased a fish peddler. Dickinson comes to the front with firebugs. Horse dealers are reaping a harvest these days. Fine apples were raised last year near Gladstone. Esmond will have a fast baseball team this season. Work is being rushed on the new hotel at Courtenay. It is reported the Soo may extend its line from Ashley. The Medina creamery ia being en larged and improved." Col. Ellsworth of New Rockford has resumed law practice. Oakwood is to have a new church contract price, $12,890. Enderlin is having walking matches between heavyweights. Ashley had a market day and drew great crowds of farmers. W. O. Vertrees will put in a steam plow outfit at Wheeloclc. Kenmare had a prize fight that last ed a part of three rounds. A tree peddler seems to have had hjs troubles around Donnybrook. There was a small fire in the Has lam restaurant at Devils I^ike. Des Lacs people are rejoicing that a bridge has been ordered there. Some people have wondered if the ground hog was right, after all. Consolidated schools are to be fully investigated in Cavalier county. A sash and door factory is among the new enterprises at Bottineau. The Barnes county farmers around Valley City favor the troll line. The people of Sharon are pleased over a recent concert by the band. Glenullin was without water for fir4 protection for two months this winter. Over a thousand people attended the funeral of J. A. Grieg at Bottineau, Some Wimbledon business men will establish a hardware store at Munich Kenmare people believe it's spring, because one lady report,} catching a flea. A man has been at Fessenden locat ing wells for the farmers on that sec tion. Cooperstown expects a large lot of residential building during the sum mer. At Portal a young man attempted to stop a runaway and fell under the wheels. Sheriff Hartung of Dickinson mrkes the prisoners clean up the court, house grounds. The Northern Pacific will spent $75, 000 in improvements ar. Dickinson this summer. Many sacret societies repo' a big increase in membership during the winter months. The last session of the legislature will be known in history as the "trad ing" legislature. A iqeeting was held at Enderlin to discuss the organization of a farmers' elevator company. Contractors assert there will .be 50 pf.r cent more building ia the state t'.iis yeaivthan in 1904. At Portal all owners of dogs mvtst either chain or muzz'.e the canines dur ing a period of mad dog scare. A Fairmount man worked the cards of thanks overtime because a smudge In his house was extinguished. 1 Two men were driving across the railroad at Edrnore and narrowly es-. caped being struck by an engine. The Emmons county murder cases can be tried now that Attorney Ste vens has concluded liis legislative du ties. There w'.ll be twenty-nine elevators of 50,000 bushels capacity along the Soo, from Thief River Falls to Ken mare. There seems to/be a rush for busi ness locations along the new Soo ex tension through the northern part of the state. It is now reported that the Great Northern will start Its Dunseith branch from Knox instead ol' York, as origi nally intended. Capt. Auld of Dickinson gave the members of the Dickinson fire com pany a "smoker" for their good work at a recent fire. The claim is made that the auction eers at some of the sales are such smooth-tongued artists that they sell old stuff for a higher price than old ar ticles would cost. Postmaster Pierson has received a favorable endorsement to the proposi tion to establish a rural mail route south of Granville. A Mandan man was arrested while gambling. The chips in front of him were cashed in and applied on a debt he owed a business man. There is said to have been more snow along the Cannonball during the present winter than in many years, and the coulies and sloughs will be full of water. Wheatland is to have a revival. Linton fans held a baseball meeting. Flaxton Is arranging for fire pro'teo tion. The Eagles organized an aerie at. Grafton. The Granville bottling works have been sold. A farmers' railroad may be built out of Valley City. The Great Northern water tank at York collapsed. The bride of Bishop Walker was Miss Bertha Bach. The elevator companies have suf fered severely by fires. Andrew Larson of K'ndred died in the state asylum at Jamestown. There will be a number of business changes at Kindred this spring. Jamestown advertisers are showing more enterprise than for years. A Sanborn man lost eleven head of horses through feeding rusted straw. Those who have durum seed wheat for sale are said to find a ready mar ket. Almost every town in the state is going largely into baseball this sum mer. F. G. Harnisli, the popular druggist, has been appointed postmaster at Alice. Wahpeton is to have a summer park With a booze annex, and all kinds of sports. Many carloads of North Dakota po tatoes are giving into Southern states for seed. The Taylor hotel at Rolja was sold for $10,000, H. M. McLean taking pos session. A lot of people over the state are planning to attend the musical festlva.' in Fargo. Traveling dentists and oculists both report business good ovrr the stats this spr ing: The preliminary steps have been tak en at Bismarck to form a water users' association. Th* state trolley line at Bismarck collected $1,396.72 during the legisla tive session. Frand Diddle of Devils Lake was granted permission to change his name to Frank Little. The body of the missing negro set tler in northern Williams county has not been located. There have been several prairie fires, but some people are not con vinced it is spring. The applicants for a trolley fran chise at Valley City refuse to tak* 'no" for an answer. Washburn is to have two new eleva tors this spring, the contract for the same having been let. A lot of range horses are being sold to the farmers in the central and east em parts of the state. Capt. Heerman, the famous steam boat captain of Devils Lake, is spend ing the winter in Cuba. A citizens' meeting is called to meet at Wilton for the further consideration of the mill proposition. The people west of Kenmare in Ward and Williams counties confident ly expect Soo extensions. An agent for an old line elevator company is said to hav'e stolen two cars' of wheat at Webster. Dr. Rishel of Mayville lost an in strument case about a year ago and has just located it in Wa'hpeton. Frank Lynch of Casselton captured a 350-pound shark, measuring nine and a half feet in length, near Palm Beach. Fla. The mountings for the now bell for the Slaughter church are now at Wil ton, and the bell itself is expected daily. Bike thieves have started in the business early. jOne was caught at Jamestown on a charge of theft at Edgeley. It is now said that the alleged mad dog scare in the Morton county ranges were merely attacks by wolves upon the cattle. There was a cocking main at Velva, and a common Plymouth Rock licked a fancy game to a fare-you-well, Brother Watkins, sah. There has been a vigorous protest in some of the towns over the lack of sidewalks. The recent thaw made them a necessity. The Odd Fellows of Bottineau and Willow City are said to have organized a combination degree team that is especially strong. The Northern Trust company of Fargo has secured the $100,000 refund ing bonds of Ward county at par, to bring 41/£ per cent interest. "Wyndmere"has~a "No Tell Club."~A (ot of Fargoans have been looking for an organization of that kind for years, but never happened to land. Peter Johnson, former register sot deeds of Richland county, has taken charge of the abstract department of Devine, Steenerson & Co. at Minot. The branch recruiting station at Grand Forks, established by Maj. Vog des from the headquarters at Fargo, is enlisting men for the regular serv ice. Crime moves in spots. Some locali ties in the state seem to have an epi demic of horse thieves. In other lo calities wheat thieves seem to hold the center of the stage. The weather has be«*u so mild that Bismarck and Washburn are threat ened with an ice famine and still some outsiders do not regard North Dakota as a winter resort. Vi PAIN SUFFERED BT ICS. KAB8T0B AS GEE AT AS MOBTAL 0AH STAJTD. For Six Sfontt^a He Conld Not Turn la Bed—He Teila of a Remedy 'Which.. Ha* felven Perfect Belief. The case of Mr. Marston shows that sciatica can be enred, and no one afflicted by it should allow himself to be dis heartened. He was first stricken about a year ago, and for six months he Buffered pain which he thinks the most intense that any man conld possibly stand. Asked about the details of his remark able recovery, Mr. Marston gave the fol lowiug account: I was attacked by a numbness or dull feeling just back of my right hip. I didn't know what the mat ter was, but thought it was simply a stiffness that would wear away in a short time. It didn't, however, and soon the pain became so very bad thai every step was torture for me. When fiually succeeded in getting home, itwaa just as much as I could do to reach my room and get to bed. "The doctor was sent for, and when h« had examined me he said I had sciatica. He prescribed for me, and advised me no! to try to leave my bed. The advice wa» unnecessary for I couldn't get out oi bed if I wanted to. It was impossible foi ine to turn from one side to the other. The moment I attempted to move any part of my body, the pain became so ex cruciating that I would have to lie per fectly motionless. I suffered this torture for sixmonthi without getting any relief. Then I dis charged the doctor, and on the advice oi a friend I bought a box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and began to take them, thre« at a dose, th/ree times a day. I was de termiued to give them a thorough trial "Two months after I began to ns« them I was able to leave iny bed and walk about the house, and a month latei I was entirely cured and able to go aboui my work as usual. I think Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the best medicine I evei used, and I heartily recommend them anyone who suffers from sciatica." Mr. Marston is 'a prosperous farmm and may be reached by mail addressed to Charles P. Marston, Hampton P. O.. New Hampshire. Dr. Williams' Piul Pills have cured other painful nervoui disorders, such as neuralgia, partial par alysis and locomotor ataxia. They ari •old by all druggists. Knew His Business. 1 A merchant, whose daughter had married a man with whom it proved she could not get on very well, was much surprised some weeks ago to see the young lady return home again, with all her belongings. The old man listened very attentive ly to her story, and then went to his desk and wrote a note to his son-in law, which he gave to hiB daughter, assuring her that her husband would receive her kindly after this. The pair, on reading the letter, found in it the following notice: "Dear Sir: Goods which are select ed of one's own free will at my estab lishment are not taken back again." The young couple laughed heartily and were reconciled. Simple Enough. "~i'«x/ First Professor—Do you know, J find it difficult to remember the ages of my children. Second Professor—I have no such trouble. I was born twenty-three hun dred years after Socrates, my wife eighteen hundred years after the death of Tiberius Caesar, our son John two thousand years after the en trance into Rome of Tiberius Sempro nius Gracchus for the re-enactment oi the "leges Liciniae," and our Amanda' fifteen hundred years after the begin ning of the Folk-wandering—that is, perfectly simple, you see. THE SIMPLE LIFE. A ways That Are Pleasant and Pathr That Are Peace. It is the simple life that gives length of days, serenity of mind and body and tranquility of soul. Simple hopes and ambitions, bound ed by the desire to do good to one's neighbors, simple pleasures, habits,,.' food and drink. Men die long before their- time be cause they try to crowd too much' into their experiences they .climb too high and fall too hard. A wise woman writes of the good that a simple diet has done her: "I have been using Grap^-Nuts fov about six months. .1 began rather spar ingly, until I acquired such a liking for it that for the last three months I have depended upon it almost en-' tirely for my diet, eating nothing else whatever, but Grape-Nuts for break fast and supper, and I believe could eat it for dinner with fruit and be sat isfied without other food, and feel much better and have more strength to do my housework. "When I began the use of Grape Nuts I was thin and weak, my muscles were so soft that I was not a'ble to do any work. I weighed only 108 pounds Nothing that I ate did me any good. I was going down hill rapidly, was nervous and miserable, with ho ambi tion for anything. *My condition im proved rapidly after I began to eat Grape-Nuts food. It made me feel like a new woman my muscles got solid, my figure rounded out, mj weight increased to 126 pounds in a few weeks, my nerves grew steadj and my mind better and clearer. Mj friends till me they haven't aaen m« look, so well for years. "I consider Grape-Nuts the best food on the market, and shall never back to meats and white bread again.' Name given by Postum Co., Battl' Creek, Mich. There's a reason. Look in each pk$. for the littt* book. "The Roard to Wellville."