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%S if ^Vv, 2 4 '"Wj }r .§! a eV- N, S 4TOI I 1 N I 1 v*v fc** A portance to investigate before buying. a„, (lin4 DOyS i'rlCCC anon rollis OU1IS |5.00 and (6.00 valueB for ....... vulluren S anu uoys quality, for Our Qnorifll In black, brown, java, otter and pearl, guaranteed $2.50 CI a11 the uur special nai colors for •prfng,thQteanie.quttJiity, and styldf hatters charge $3 for, our price The Finest Hats Manufactured-"styles and colors, $2 saved by buying this quality from us for Wineman Blk. Gram Department FRED R. STEVENS, Editor. The White Hat clab is getting to be a power in the,land. Gabriel Seiverson came up from Mapes on his wheel-Sunday. A number of farmers report that they are through seeding wheat. M. D. Kavanaugh and L. M. Arneson spent Easter in Grand Forks. Frank Miller returned to his home in Missouri after a week's visit with relatives here. Al. Tanton, of Lakota, was shaking hands with old friends in Crary Tues day. Mr. Marion Harris, of Duluth, visited with his sister, Mrs. A. McDonald, last Friday and Saturday. H. A. Nicholson, F. R. Stevens and Geo. Salter attended the M. W. A. benefit at the|Lake, Tuesday evening. Pat Kelly, with his little dinner pail filled with poisoned wheat, is a familiar figure on our streets. Pat is always a hard worker. Bishop Edsall, assisted by the Rev. C. Turner, of Devils Lake, will hold services at the Episcopal church, in this place, Friday eyening. Amos Woodcock has moved a sum mere supplies up north and expects to break and put in flax until the middle ,of June for Fred Southam. sAt if Jos. Cassiellius who lost two horses from his farm in Newbre township, has at last succeeded in locating them about forty miles south of Towner. u. $ Mrs. Ida Thompson, of Jamestown, state organizer for the L. O. T. M., was present snd assisted the Lady Macca bees with their work Thursday even |ing. The lumber merchants report that J:farmers are coming in every day and I figuring on big bills of lumber. This 'looks like a general bustle alongbuild ing lines this summer. The Devils Lake Dramatic company, accompanied by the Woodmen band, I will present "Ten Nights in a Barroom," in this city Wednesday night, for the ^teneflt of the local Woodmen lodge. The Congregational society at this 1 place have prevailed upon Mr. Jenkins to reconsider his resignation. The community will be glad to learn that Mr. Jenkins will be with us for the Rooming year. John Bunting returned from Fargo last Thursday. He had accompanied Will Henley who went there for treat ment. We understand that Mr. Henley will return the last of this week. The weather Easter Sunday was de lightful. Rev. Roberts, of Wimbleton, N. D., filled the Congregational pulpit the ngwgst Bhades—in aU worn double and twist cpv&rtsaud the new popular gray vicunas cloth or velvet collars—nobby swell garments that would cost you $16.00 at any other store— special here for $9.00.?. W Men's Fine Spring Suits—Hundreds cheviots, cassimeres, striped flannels, gray vicunas, blue serges,—single and double breasted vests—a bargain that no store anywhere will duplicate for tjie price,' $9.00 The Finest Ready-to-Wear Suits ajiid Top Coats ever brought to this city are here in great variety and are in every detail equal to tailor-made garments—they will fit perfectly—give satisfaction, and the saving is of sufficient im- Ci1} fA CIA an(jcheviots, vCSIvv ri,:it.a«'s .ni| Dmrc' Vactao CaiS+e».A«es8 to 10years, with fancy or pl4in vests, made just like papa's-^' oUIIS suit for your boy until you have seen this elegant line—special value for ......... Boys' Fedora and Telescope Hats- Itten's Spring fiats 84 doz. Latest Style Derby and Fedora Hats CA new spring blocks in Derby, Fedora, and .the new Golf Hat, all J? 1)0 $3.00 •r n.tt.o r* Wr* oft **r» f» ftmrtrrrrt f* r»r» r»f» rtnrt wtrtrtrrnttrirtTrrtnrtrrtm r» Tr fit* fin fin W A A A A A/ A A A A A A A A A A A, A A AA A.* A .' »A'A *'A A A A A AA, AA .* A A A"A A* A A A VA A AA V.A A"A A A ArA A A"AA:AAtA »"^I yS W V.v' *.V Vv v.V Y^v /.V »_v \S The Great Northern surveyors have been running a line north from Lakota this week. It is reported that the new line will run north of Lakota for about ten miles and then northwest and cross into range sixty-two, at about the north line of township 156. Frank Cult, right-of-way agent for the Northwestern Telephone Co., met the board of supervisors of Stevens township, Wednesday and received permission to built their line along the public highways of the township. The long distance telephone will be a great advantage to the business men here as it is much more satisfactory than the telegraph. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ackerman passed away Thurs day morning. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire com ••••••••••••••••••••••••a* Inasmuch as we carry the best ready to wear clothing that can be bought and sell it at positively the lowest prices in the city, ff)!$ SlOtt 1$ tftt plttC tO MAltC yotf pir* tlVKtt, Dont delay until the last moment. Come tomorrow ap^ti^e^vwt^evof ^^great bargains. -.x^ 100 Men's New Spring Top Goats- •Made from of fine .all wool Our prices from.... M1£ IU M£V C«S4o...Ages 14 to 19 yeanr, sites 30 to 33 breast measnre-rextra special yalue of fine blue DOyS l^ug aniS ^UlJS" o5eTio(e and.plactClay worsteds, single or doable .breasted fancy caMimetes and J7 CA cheviots, regular $10.00 value Dante Quite...Ag*8 8 to 16 years—a very fine selectioA of fine or vide wale blue serges fancy checlc cassimeres, double' seats and knees, the best 7C an new, combinations, many of them exclusive with us, do not Duy a "In pearl, blue, brown and hazel, regular $2.00 quality for Your boy'a Confirmation outfit should be purchased here. Cape, Shirts, Ties, etc., b&st assortment in Devils Lake today. We guarantee- to save you at least 25 per cent in Suits, Overcoats and Hats. Gasttr Tumisbings See Our Display of Easter Neckwear All the newest creations from Europe or the States C/W. $1 shapes andfl patterns for «WW Our Ffietpr ninvPC.»« things of beauty, all the uur CHMCr UIUVCS-"Are WRIGHT & STEVENS -ARE AGfeNTS FOR BUFFALO PITTS Threshers, MINNEAPOLIS Threshers, PEERLESS Threshers, Wfittr aifl Freshwater. I Mrs. John Parry has also been sick during the week. Norman Morrison has been. on the sick list. There was a large attendance at Webster Chapel Sunday. Miss May Webster is keeping house for her brother Wm. The hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goozee were gladdened on Easter by the arrival of a young Clothier Orders for Subscription, Advertising or Job Work left with F. R. Stevens will receive prompt attention. V'V'»,VVY MM MMM MMM MM MMM MM MM MM MM MM MMM MMMM MM MM Mi MM M#M¥M f: 3 for the morning service. The ohild dren's song service in the evening was appreciated by a large congregation. Y.V VV»Vv'WVV¥V DEVILS LAKE INTER-OCEAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 20 1900 ivVV i' vV«VVY»YV.VYVV.v GASOLINE Threshing Engines. We also have the sole agency for the celebrated Moline Flying Dutchman plows, for the east end of Ratnsey county. Don't forget to see the High Lift Dutchman gang it beats them all. wRIGHT & STEVENS, Crary, N. D. I ^1^- feSi' S .: vv. Iv Jj W $1.00 new Shades for spring, goodvalueBiinto $2.25, our special value for..... Special Easter 0fferingS"-i8Br.f^irbyaFUote§ eastern manufacturer of custom-made vests, and were tJ 7E to retail for $5 and $6. Special Easter Sale..... 4w.ly CI AA 4i.VV W munity. The funeral services will be held in the congregational churoh Friday. The Ramsey County Courier finds its business too large for its present equipment and a new press has been moved in to take the place of the old one, and the patrons will henoeforth enjoy better print and a larger paper. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dahl had the sad misfortune to lose their little boy last Thursday. The funeral services were held at the residence Sunday after noon where a large number of sympa thizing friends and relatives gathered to pay their last respects to the dead and sympathize with the living. If all the old settless who came to Ramsey county, before July 4, 1883, will hand in their names to H. A. Nicholson they will confer a great favor on the old settler's picnic com mittee for the Chautauqua. daughter. The young lady will be christened Nellje May. If you watch closely next Sun day you may see several white ribbons flying. The head of one of the young men of Webster would make a good weather indicator. In loving rememberance Austin Chisholm. A preciouB one from us is gone, A voice we loved is stilled A Mace is vacant in the home, Which never can be filled. God in His wisdom has recalled of The boon His love had given, And though the body moulders here The soul safe in Heaven. —A Fbiend. Mrs. Carslake is recovering&om her recent.illness. Katie, the daughter of J. C. Hunter, Graham's Island, is laid up with diphtheria. 'i: Supt. C. D. White, of the St Anthony company, 'wo? here on official business yesterday, Tom Madden and John Woods returned from their Klondike claim after finishing up theit Beeding, Lost—1200,'by being injured, and not .having an accident policy. Apply to A. W. Harrison for. rates. John Ferris, the village, black smith, now sports with a brand new colt, and feels 'pretty good ovtsr it. C. L. Gryderman is. laying the foundation for a new iiddition to his present commodious residence. Bert Mackey and family, and Harvey Mackey and family have moved out to. their claims for the summer. Contractor Wood says this is the busiest building season experienc ed in Grand Harbor for the past ten years. J. B. Daigle took in "Ten Nights in a BaT Room" at the Lake Wed nesday night. He says it was all right. W. A, Wilson has commenced the erection of a new granary. He intends putting up a new house next month. Merchant McDevitt is determin ed to be up to date, and has treated himself to a splendid new buggy of the latest make. The ladies of Bay View camp R. N., attended the Lakeside camp at the Lake last night and report a very pleasant time. Ben Gagan took in the Easter sights at the Lake Saturday last. He says the displays of furniture was the finest he ever saw. Our baseball enthusiasts are be ginning to wake up, and a good team will be among the possibili ties this summer. W. M. Wilbur, our tonsorial ar tist. has a fortune in his new dan druff destroyer. One free trial will satisfy you he's o. k. W. E. Powell visited the county seat Wednesday, to meet the flyer, on which his mother was a passen ger on her way to Minneapolis. There will be M. E. services in the school house next Sunday at 3 p. m., Rev. Mr. Murchison having been tained by conference. Judge Crilly, who has run Mor rill Bros.' claim for the past ten years, has resigned, thinking his present office lucrative enough without working on a farm. The Royal Neighbors meet next Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Rodenbach, D. S. S. O., is expected to be pres ent, and a grand initiation is on the tapis. Easter services were held in the Annual Conference. The ministerial members of the North Dakota conferenoe convened in session ior their fifteenth annual con ference in Grand Forks, April 11 to 16» Bishop C. C. MoCabe, generally known as Chaptain MoCabe, presiding. This body has kept pace with the growing demands of the county until today there are some seventy-eight full 1 members and eleven on probation, making a total of eighty-nine preaoh ing appointments within the bounds of the conferenoe. Rev. Dr. Forbes, presiding elder of Minnesota, preached the inaugural ser mon on Tuesday, and held his audience in rapt attention. The doctor also ocoupled the pulpit of the Baptist church on Sunday evening. He is a most powerful preacher, and all who can will do well to hear him at the coming Chautauqua. The statistical records of the past conference bore strong testimony to the prosperity of North Dakota, show ing an increase in membership over previous years of 300, and in benevol ences of $2,000. The greatest interest of conferenoe centered around the election of repre sentatives to the general conference, which will be held during the month of June, in Chicago. This is not only I II—I in. Oh \iV -a M4-- The closing and promotion exer cises yrill take place May 28. Si Mirrel, of Minbt, is here look ing after his farming interests. John Ferris will erect anew ad dition to his residence next week. .Miss Delia Hickey is sojourning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.. P. Merrick, Dry Lake. Get yrar TonMllM *o»~wc per Louis Stoeser is hoUsecleaning, and his hotel office is undergoing a thorough overhauling in the way of papering and painting. He is also putting in a large ice chest for his culinary department, Appropriate Arbor Day exercises will be observed at the school May 4th. About 100 trees have been purchased, which together with the 200 already planted, will make a pretty J^o#ii^. Doc Sihler's new canine "Bobs" is a'daisv, but nothing to compare with Billy Miller's bucking pony Dexter. Billy would have let the animal go easy Monday, after re turning from the Lake. He doesn't care for steeple chasing any more. Prof. H. Franzen. of Minne apolis, has accepted the position of principal in our school, assuming the duties Tuesday. Mr. Franzen' is a '97 graduate of Minnesota. He.has just closed the school term at Graham's Island, where he has been stationed for the past two years. The blood poisoning which set in in Mrs. Larson's right hand has assumed serious proportions. On Wednesday Dr. Wheeler, of Grand Forks, was summoned for consul Grand Harbor, the representative body of Methodism the world over, but is also its legisla ture,and is held every four years. Rev. H. C. Klingle was elected on the first ballott Rev. S. E. Ryan on the second the alternates being Rev: Vance, of Fargo, and Rev. Cooper, of Larimore. There was also in session the Lay Electoral conference, under the presi dency of Prof. Carhart, of Mayville.. They elected as their representatives to general conference, Hon. M. N. Johnson and A. S. Elford, of Grand Forks, state president of the Epworth league. Among the audience were noticed the following faces familiar to residents of Devils Lake: Kev. E. P. Hall, Pre siding Elder Hovis, Revs. Cooper, Col linge, Dingle and Dr. Eugene May. Rev. Cooper, of Larimore, was ap pointed successor to Rev. H. C. Klingle. Rev. Klingle's term of six years hav ing expired, he is now stationed at Cando. Rev. Collinge, a former pastor of Devils Lake, was transferred into the Minnesota conference, and stationed at Alexandria. Rev. Dingle returns to his former charge at Pembina. Rev. J. M. Murchison has been re tained in this city. This is welcome news not only to the M. E. congrega tion, but to our citizens generally, as .j-.-c,. Where did you get that nice Wall Paper Why, at the Grand Hfirbpr Pharmacy. They have the nicest line of paper I ever if fsaw, and have Alabastinie for tinting ceil ings. Gome in and look them over. Also see our line of Field, Garden and Flower seeds. pommI. Lutheran church. There was a large congregation present. Rev. Loveland conducted the services, Snd preached a moBt .earnest and eloquent sermon. 4 t- Will Jasper, of Graham's Island, while out riding last week,.had the misfortune to be thrown from the horse and break his left arm above •the wrist. He js under treatment by Dr. Sihler, and doing nicely. GRAND HARBOR PHARMACY Grand Harbor, N. D. W. D. MILLAR, tation *ith- Di. Sihler The swel ling has now reached above the elbow. All possible is being done to save the arm. There is much sympathy expressed for Mrs. Lar-i 1 son in her trouble., Olif Johnson shot himself in thee left foot Sunday last while out hunting gophers. His comrade re quested him to hold his gun for^jf him, and Johnson unthinkingly* rested the muzzle on his foot, whent it went off, the ball going between, the toes. The wound was dressed by, Dr. Sihler, and no serious re sults are expected. Miss Hovland has resigned as one of the teachers at Ahe school,. And left yesterday for the nw»er sity at Grand Forks, where she wilt finish her M. A. course. The pupils marched in a body to the depot, to bid their teacher bon voyage, Miss Ho viand during her term here has given every satisfaction, and. her departure is regretted by par ents and pupils. Sam Gochrane's granary was burned to the ground Sunday last, through the carelessness of little Hanley Stotts, son of Abe Stotts. In the absence of Mr. Cochrane and, his family, the boy visited the' !k' )lace, and carlessly throwing a- lighted match on some dry grass, the flames spread to the granary th destroying the building with its contents, consisting of wheat, oats, barley and ground feed. Mr. Cochrane arrived home Monday. The parents of the boy fully real ize the great loss to Mr. Cochrane, and deeply regret the circumstance The boy is only 12 years old, and^ no wrong doing was intended. All Worn Out since becoming residents of Devils Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Murchison hav& made a large circle of friends who would be sorry to see them leave the city. Ttees Seeds Vegetable, Flower and Field Seed*. Forest and Fruit TBEES and Small Fruits. Hardiest, Earliest, and Best Seventh Annual Catalogue 1 IWii Free. Send for it to WWBBBW 0. H. Will & Co., Bismarck, N. D- You will not hate Wash Day if you use a "Gee Whizz" washer. It is a perfect wonder, double discounts all other washing machines. Closes tight, keeps water hot, washes small hand kerchiefs and large wool blankets equally well. The finest lace curtains and silks can be washed with it. Washes towels in cold water without soap, in one minute. So sure are we of the excellence of the "Gee Whizz" washer, that we sell it on trial. If not satisfactory, money will be cheerfully re funded. C. P. Brainard & Co., Hardware. h\ 11 tit V:."' '^'v» l:r,M ii '4 it ft A good deal like some of the buildings on yoar place, Mr. Fanner. Bat now is a rood time to talk about repairs. I have a splendid lot of common lumber which I wiU sell at very moder ate prices. It is just what you want for fixing up, and you can save quite a bit by buying now, I shall be glad to make you a price on anything you want in building material. I North Dak.