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ECKERT, Prop,? But Why Should You At $1.50 per year it should be in Every Home Steele County (Hi?? 'IRrtujptim' SEWING MACHINE. ROLLER BEARING. HIGH GRADE. Automatic Lift. S tvve Money N tt tt tt ib & $ & a» & & $ 81 a ifi Certainly! Yon can keep house without The Pioneer by buying this reliable, honest, high grade sew ing machine. STRONGEST GUARANTEE. National Sewing Machine Co. BELVIDERE. ILLINOIS. orth Dakota ubbins A Fairmoant wants a band. There are 290 people in Kindred. The Linton library is now open. Bryan will speak at the Chautauqua July 9. The Granville band is to be uni formed. Some additions are to be platted to Lakota. Additional school room will be built at Wishek. Devils Lake has some hopes of se curing the Soo. A mining company was organized by Havana men. The Odd Fellows' hall at Cando is being improved. There was a lumber yard consolida tion at Forman. Capt. Alderson of Devils Lake died suddenly in Virginia. A Granville man was sentenced to take the Keeley cure. Grafton's new business club is get ting down to business. Some McLean county chicken thieves are in trouble. It cost a Jamestown man $14 to kick over a bootblack stand. Baseball challenges are flying tliisk and fast over the state. People along the rural telephone lines continue to "rubber." The control of the cemetery at San born may pass to the city. Grades have been established at La kota for the new sidewalks. Two new cases of smallpox develop ed in Hankinson last week. Up to "date, Mohall and Sherwood are the hottest baseball points. The Ulm pharmacy at Kulm was sold to J. F. Snyder of Emery, Wis. At Hankinson a strict quarantine has been established against small pox. It is said there is renewed interest in irrigation work in the slope coun try. Grand Forkers are planning a pleas ant outing at Maple Lake this sum mer. Gopher caudal appendages will reach 100,000 in Stutsman county, while the bounty lasts. There is indignation at Braddock over the treatment of a 14-year-old girl by a brutal father. Prof, lde of the state manual train ing school will be the new principal of the Lisbon schools. The Granville creamery manage ment has secured' a buttermaker and will start work soon. The reappointment of Supt. Moore of the Jamestown asylum pleased his friends over the state. One of the finest residences in Oakes will be erected this summer by Congressman Marshall. A ranchman was fined $750 at Dick inson for butchering a calf with an other brand than his own. While the jail is being repaired at Grand Forks the prisoners are to be sent to Fargo and Hillsboro. Only thirty-four of the seventy-five teachers in Richland county who took the examination were successful. E. D. Holmes' drug store at, Havana caught on fire, but the prompt use of an extinguisher saved the town. Since the establishment of a third rural route out of Fairmount, the post office at Blackmar has been discontin ued. Carrington has a good gymnasium Under the direction of Printer Kemp, who is said to be an all-around ath lete. The Wahpetonlans are so elated over the Indian school that they seem to have lost interest in the Metho dists. Jamestown is long on fake cripples, and the police are making some of the alleged mendicants hasten out of town. W. C. Dalrymple fell into a cellar through an open door at Casselton, and carries one arm around in a sling. The Soo has thrown a scare into the Farmers' railroad people by making a survey to Rock Lake, the point to which the Farmers' road will be ex tended. The streets are being straightened at Milnor and some residences are said to have been built six feet in the public domain. There is joy at Lamont over the ar rival of the engineer and contractors of'the Northern Pacific to extend the line from Denhoff. Prof. Waldron of the North Dakota agricultural college has visited a num ber of the ^ate institutions this spring to suggest improvements in the land scape- Some old timers who have been through townsite fights and blighted hopes are taking in the rush for the new sites along the Soo with as much avidity as they did along the Northern Pacific and the Great Northern a quar ter o| a century ago—still looking for young Chicagos. There seems to be no reason why banks do not have a window display of their goods like other institutions. It would be nice to have a big lot of fresh, crisp $1,00 bills, a few gilt-edge gold bands and other attractions in the window to draw trade. Bowdon is to be reformed, by Jones, Wheatland is to have two telephone lines. Dr. Woods of Hanna will locate at Minot. Devils Lake is to have an ambu lance. There is to be a fourth bank at Val ley City. Traill county is to construct a lot of new bridges. Casselton is to have a wholesale grocery house. The women of Oakes have given the library a'boost. The Episcopal church at Sheldon is to be remodeled. The row over gopher poison is still on at Fessenden. Medora recently had its first Tain since June 10, 1904. There is a lot of illegal fishing along the Mouse river. A cemetery association is to be formed at Fessenden. A site was condemned at Hillsboro for the new court house. Efforts are being made to revive the Willow City Gun club. Frank Fogle killed a bald-headed eagle near Rutland last week. The Soo is constructing a new side track six miles from Voltaire. Boys with gopher rifles damaged tombstones in the Minot cemetery. It is claimed that there are too many blind pigs in Sargent county. More interest is being taken in the irrigation work beyond the Missouri. North Dakota is enjoying an espe cially good building boom this spring The increased acreage of macaroni whoat is a feature of the spring seed ing. The county seat removal question in La Moure county i^ like Banquo's ghost. Large potato crops will be planted in some parts of Sargent county this spring. It is said the Soo line may switch so it vill strike Cando and Stark weather. A barn and two granaries on the Morgan farm near Wheatland were de stroyed by fire. The Ward county commissioners "will appropriate $7,000 for the bridge across Des Lacs lake. Onions are scarce in the northwest ern part of the state and a Minot firm offers $1.25 per bushel. Macaroni wheat seems to have been seeded largely in the central and west ern sections of the state- The people of Joliette arc deter mined to have a telephone line, if they have to build it themselves. A Coggswell man discovered how to get music out of a horse and a cow. He traded them for a piano. Weather conditions in the Red river valley have been of a decidedly en couraging nature to the farmers. The mayors of Cando and Leeds had some difficulty in securing confirma tion for their appointees as marshals. The health boards are becoming strenuous in some sections for the en forcement of ordinary sanitary regula tions. Officials of Ramsey county inspect ed the Minto jail, but didn't like the fixtures and concluded to order some thing different. Shippers are complaining that there are two inspections of stock, one in this state and another at the Minne« sota Transfer, and two fees. Representative Phelan will be able to herd about 8,000 head of cattle on the reservation lands he secured on his recent trip to Washington. A great cattle-killing wolf was re cently laid low near Williston and the lucky man also found her nine pups, the ten bringing a nice bounty. R. J. Carr of Mohall went to Minot to secure a license to wed a pretty girl, but found she was too young and he had to return for proper permis sion. Passenger business has already picked up to the coast and the Great Northern and the Northern Pacific are adding coaches to their through trains. William Buchanan, who was serving time jn the Minot jail on a charge of neglecting his family, was let out to wash the court house windows. He is still going. With a reasonable amount of moist ure the people of Williams county will be in good shape this fall. A lot of new sett'ers are locating in that part of the state. Some of the men who left the state and located in California have re turned to resume their residence in North Dakota. They insist it's hard to live on climate alone- A certain well at Oakes was blamed for the typhoid fever cases in that town last winter, and the water was sent to the agricultural college for an alysis. It seems to have been badly contaminated. Lake Metigoshe, north of Bottineau, is said to be the most beautiful spot in the state. If it were more easy of access it would be a great summer at traction.. Many towns in the state would like to have it within a few miles. Duncan Campbell of Washburn re cently caught a horse thief, "Black Bill' Smith, who stole four head of horses up in that country, and turned him over to the authorities at Wash burn. Quite a number of these gentry are said to be operating in McLean county and frequent reports of their Yisits we heard. r. Calumet complies with the pure food laws of all states. Food prepared with it is free from Rochelle salts, lime, alum and ammonia. Trust Baking Powders sell for 45 or 50 cents per pound and may be identi ties by this exhorbitant price. They ure a men ace to publio health, as food prepared from them contains large quantities of Kochelle salts, a dan gerous cathartic drug. Mrs. Jordan—Did you ever hear my daughter sing, Mr. Johnson? Mr. Johnson—Oh, yes I only five blocks from your house, know.—Philadelphia Telegraph. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully erery bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of fit Use For Over 30 Years. The Kind Tou Have Always Bought. Making Sympathy. Along the Highway. Grocer—Be that an auto out in fronl o' the store thai, Ezry? Boy—I dunno, sir. I god such a cold I cadt smell nothing.—Puck. Even after a man has reason to be satisfied, he delights to search for something over which he can worry. She Was Not an Adonis. Miss Maud Adams was asked re cently to assist in arranging for an evening of amateur theatricals which some ladies of a home missionary so ciety were arranging to give. A very pretty little girl who lives in the neighborhood was described to Miss Adams as peculiarly fitted- for a cer tain tableaux. Miss Adams called upon the mother of the child, and in explaining her mission, said: "I hope you can let your daughter take part. Everybody says she is a remarkably pretty child." "Oh, yes, replied the woman, much pleased, but evidently feeling that a display of modesty was in order yes, in yoah loolis an' general character good looking, but, Miss Adams, after all, she is not an Adonis."—Harper's Weekly. -W COFFEE HEART. Very Plain In Some People. A great many people go on suffer ing from annoying ailments for a long time before they can get their own consent ,to give up the indulgence from which their trouble arises. A gentleman in Brooklyn describes his experience as follows: "I became satisfied some months ago that I owed the palpitation of the heart,, from which I suffered almost daily, to the use of coffee (I had been a coffee drinker for 30 years), but 1 found it very hard to give up the bev erage. "I realized that I must give up th« harmful indulgence in coffee but I felt the necessity for a hot table drink, and as tea is not to my liking, I was at a loss for awhile what to do. "One day I ran across a very sen sible and straightforward presenta tion of the claims of Postum Food Coffee, and was so impressed thereby that I concluded to give it a trial. My experience with it was unsatisfactory till I learned how it ought to be pre pared—by thorough boiling for not less than 15 or 20 minutes. After learned 'that lesson there was no trouble. Postum Food Coffee proved to be a most palatable and satisfac tory hot beverage, and I have used it ever since. "The effect on my health has been most salutary. It has completely cured the heart palpitation from which I used to suffer so much, particularly after breakfast, and I never have a re turn of it except when I dine or lunch away from home and am compelled to drink the old kind of coffee because Postum is not served. I find that Pos tum Food Coffee cheers and invigor ates while it produces no harmful stimulation." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. f.. There's a reason. Ten days' trial proves an eye-open er to many. Read the little book, "The Road Wellville," In every pkg. V* 1 is• Si I 'i S4 live you been She—Has your friend long bald? He looks so young! He (pathetically)—He was born so She (Much moved)—The poor thing. —LondonTit-Bits. I J?