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Devils Lake inter-ocean. (Devils Lake, Ramsey Co., Dakota [N.D.]) 1884-1905, April 27, 1900, Image 10

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FOREHANDED
FARMERS
and
Call and Get Prices.
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'$£' v^sndluiMlawereyeryaore.
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Do not wait until the last minute before buying needed
tools and supplies, and th'ey are likely tp be as careful
aboutJJjg prices ag, ^hey t$e as wiap about the kinds.
Have $ Full Line
Of all kinds of Spring Necessities on the farm, such as
HARROWS,
SULKY PLQWS,
Push a Good Thing-
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THEM,
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ji Your dealer should havelTeller and Boyal Blue,
iviae you where to get them.
New York
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Tribune.
to in
For over
fog their Grops,&.
B^arket reports, wh?
If you are interr
ise and instruct
Artioles" will cat
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tipns" and items
THE WEEKLY
United States, and oqnt&ins »U i|^^
Regular subscription price $1.00 per'^tts.
iubsoription and the
sorption ai
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DRILIIS, DISC, GANG
and FAlgNINQ MIL^S.
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PETER HALEY,
vif*:-.'?rrr ."•/« .•
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Farm Implement Dealer.
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Fitzhugh Lee, ioc.
Rough Rider, 5 c.
II ROYALS
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THE'-' RE Ci-tAN
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Mrs. I«efa II. Hoffmin. of Cardlngton, Ohio, ssys she«
firom birth. Her face at tunes became so badly swollen
She wm treated by ill the
for relief,
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DEVILS T.Aing CIGAR FACTORY. §j
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THROUGH. MU
C'JILT JUST TO PLEASE YC'J.
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If he has not,(write a postal card and we will
WINECKE & DOEBB, Minneapolis, Minn.
For Nearju Sixty Years S
The Leading Na^orial FamUu Newspaper
For PrQjjrewlve Fatmers and
Vlliagnrs,
and true friend of the American People, from the
the pioneer in every movement oaloulated to
grease the prosperity of country people in every
INTER-OCEAN, 6 Months for 5t
New YORK Published riqnday, Wednesday
TRI-WEEKLY A oomplete, up-to-date, daily newspaper -^ssss
TRIBUNE week for busy people who receive their mail
once a week. Contains all striking news features of THfii PAl^
BUNE qp to hour of going to press, and is profusely illustrated.
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told by an old pnnidu
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"Humorous Illustra-
£ead foroorbookonBlood and 8kiii Diseaaes, and writeotirphysiciana fully about
j1?**' cheerfully give any information or advice wanted. We make no charge for this. Address,
-for 39tt#e
MQJI apfi VJorld,
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INTER-OCEAN, 6 Months for^75 Cents.
Send all orders to the
INTER-OCEAN, Devils Lake, N. D.
Before May 1st, 1900.
almost unbearable,
impossible, the desperate si
itching humor
This burning
price 11.50 per year, but we furnish It as a tru- lee ^ide thf custom In them
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forms, crusts anascales. Again the skin^is dry, hard and fissured, itches intensely
"bleeds and sca^s over.
This is a painful and stubborn form of the disease.
yHiile Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum and many like troubles are spoken of as of
the skin, they are really blood diseases, because
THERE OAK BE HO EXTERNAL IRRITATION
WITHOUT AM IHTERHAI OS USE.
the blood is ii) a p^,. to(j^y cpn4itioi», no
External appbcations washes, lotion
ich the disease.
A STORY OF DAN RICE.
The Great Clown Did Not Forffet the
Tent Han'i Bill.
One story of Dan Ricp, the veteran
circus clown, illustrates his strict sense
of honesty and. gratitude for favors.
Once he was. stranded in Cincinnati,
concern sent for the clown one morn
fog and, taking him to^Jbis factory,
showed a bigf tent Wat was Jttst Onish
aBManscafirw ™k
"Pine teat, don't you think?" aaked
the canvas maker.
1 b*c| ft it otf«$ his
pther deepal^h.
fa yotpft" aaid tfe t*nt ipao.
|-.f|eme the* la flg
you jut,'.', said the canvas man.'
take that tent and start your show.
and if yon ever get money enough to,
pay me for it the price is $2,500."
cinnati. The two sat looking on, and
Rice remarked:
"Pine show, don't you think?"
The canvas man declared that It cer
tainly was.
"By the way," added Rice, '"here's
that $2,500 I owe you." He took a roll,
of bills out of his pocket and handed it
to the tentmaker.who pocketed It with
out unrolling It. The old tent man lov
ed to relate this story and always de
clared that the great men of this coun
try were P. T. Barnum, John Robinson
and Dan Rice.—New York Mail and
Express.
THE BABY'S LITTLE JOKE.
It Worried the Fat Bf*n, bat He Tried
t* Enjof It.
It happened in one of the late trains.
Everybody was trying to get to sleep,
and when the voice of a baby was sud
denly lifted up in a robust wail it was
not met with expressions of Joy. It
cried steadily from Spring Garden
street to Columbia aventie. Then it
accidentally dropped a pasteboard box
It had. A very stout and, like his kind,
very affable than across the aisle
stooped Iteavily and plpk^cl it up.
The c6M' stopped crying as it took
It ahd promptly dropped it again. The
man, thinking it accident, pipked
It' up once more. This time the baby
actually smiled, and as: he threw it
down audibly cooed with delight. The
man looked distinctly uncomfortable
and became interested in something
outside the window. The child looked
^t the box a moment, then at the man,
an{i» seeing npthing else, resumed his
wail, with much added wind.'- The
look of despair resettled on the face of
the woman with the headache, aiid she
gave a convulsive shudder as she felt
her bead beginning to jump.
She gave one awful glance at the
baby and then leaned over to the stout
man, back of whom she was sitting.
"My dear sir," said she, "I have a vio
lent headache, and I am in misery.
Won't you please pick up that box
again?" And with a highly artificial
smile he complied. Out of pure cour
tesy he became a box lifting autom
aton, his piles of adipose making each
stoop come harder. But when he wip
ed the perspiration from his brpw and
staggered out of the car at German
town he got a grateful smile from the
afflicted woman, as well as every other
nasBenger, that be felt paid him.—
PMluupbia Inquirer.
P^fptlns tke Dealt.
Thft pp^p or raised after decl( of a
ship
ov6r Which floated the i^tionfil
flag waS coi^Bldered to be
always
Dispatch.
Uy when overheated from any cause. The skin seems on
ufferer,
humor appears
„r can rpaph the skin.
*PPUcatio,M»of
of washes, lotions aiiJ sidves somefimes mitigate the itching and soothe the
inflammation, but cannot reach the disease. Only S. S. S., the real blood 'medicine, can do this.
S. S., the only purely vegetable remedy known, is ft safe and permanent cure for and all deep-seated blood and
troubles. It goes direct to the seat of the disease, neutralizes the acids and cleanses the blood, te-inforces and invigorates
all the organs, ana thus clears the system of all impurities through the natural rh»w«i»in the relieved, all
pobaidea, and all signs of the disease disappear.
was afflicted with Scrofulous sores and Bcsem*
that she was not recognizable, and her limbs
the doctors in town without being benefitted, and in
to take 8.6. 8. She followed his advice and was
DEVILS LAKE INTER-OOEAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 27,1900
the eitor^ goes, and w^s unable to Btart bargains. Because they and their
a ?how op the road because lw had no I clients haye (mcj are making
Within two weeks Rice was on the
toad with a sfcow and, began a success* I
jfif care£f.r)Sfo'iH»&8
ferred -to the tent, although he often
mat the man who made it. One after
noon he asked the tent man to be his {for farm or city property, call on
guoat at one of his shows, then In Cin- Brown
& 06:
per»
vaded by the presence of the sovereign.
As the worshiper of whatever rani re
moves his hat upon entering the church
so from the admiral to the
monkey every member of the ahip's
v.^pany as he set foot upon the po6p
the deck," the invisible pres
•r'.-S-.:'.' .' Syt since in steamers there is
Tonsil Joint.
The boarder who was carving the
roast beef at the request of the land
lady laid down the knife and fork and
took a short rest.
"The spirit is willing," he remarked,
"Wit the flesh is strong."
regardless of consequences, scratches until strength is exhausted.
iky fluid, which
sometimes in little pustules, discharging a sticky
sdry, hai"
ircjf.
The itching and banting are
on, deep or rest is
Swift SpMmcCa*Miuta,«a.
I Say, Do You Want to Make
1 1
Money?
If you want to make money you
can't do better than with Wm. H.
Brown & Co. Why with Brown &
Co.? Because they have genuine
If you want to purchase & farm
home,
a home
wsatt0
If you Want to purchase a lot in
town.
If you want to purchase land to,
•Hrove, /"h
^jrou waftt tip purchase ".iu^
If you want to purchase gilt edge
secureties,
If you want to secure a real es
tate loan,
I If you want to have a reliable
abstract of title,
If you want reliable insurance
-.j \.*-y A N
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Why invest now?
Because the prosperity of our
farming community is assured.
The opening of the Fort Totten
Indian Reservation near Devils
Lake, the bridging of the lake con-!
necting, soon will crea,te a great
movement toward this city and
county. City and farm property
can now be had cheap. You can
make no mistake in investing now,
for the present prices will be
doubled.
We would be glad to hear from
you in relation to investments.
The interests of our clients are our
own personal interests and are
carefully guarded.
The city of Devils Lake is locat
ed on the shores of America's fam
ous inland salted sea, "Devils
Lake."
Spend your summer vacation
[here. Delightful Chautauqua as
semblies here every July.
WM. BBOWN &
Co-
Devils Lake, N. D.
If you like the Inter-Ocean ask
your neighbor to subscribe.
G. ft. Yodef
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Contractor
and Builder
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All work pertaining to carpentry promptly
done. Estimates furnished on all classes
of work in my line. Ett «e fitart Wilb yoa.
G. A. Y0DER, Devils Lake
Anna B. Shortridge, ©.
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Llla V. Shortridge, D. O.
OfiSces over Haslam'a Confectionery Store.
Offloe hours: 9 to 12 m., 1 :S0 to 4 :90 p. m.
All di^c^es, acute and chronic,
successfully treated!
Consultation and Examination Free.
i'jyi
PHOTOGRAPHS
i. qlerum
Devils Lake, N. Dak
DON1
FOOLED
The market Is being flooded
with worthless imitation* of
RQCKLy MOUNTAIN
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To protect the public we call
especial attention to ourtrad.
rk, printed on every
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•fitted Throagh eat
Vswly Tttrniihed
Kat«i,C3.00
H. STUART
Pepier in
WATCH
Paper hanging, kalsomining and general decorating.
furnished on short notioe.
None but firstelass workmen employed.
Next door to Hotol.
E E A E
A PERFECT CURE.
tioriB, and secured only temporary relie
people in all parts of the country who
Prioe,$lF
jron can not get it from your'druggist, write direct to
SENSE!
A man who wouldn't allow a sec
ond-class physician to probe his
lungs must eunplojr flrst-olass
labor for his watoh. To insure
the best results take all your
watch work to
LOUIS HANSEN,
Watch
All Work
Warranted.
HOTEL SEVILLA
J. O. BAUGHMfAN, Proprietor.
LZOTXi" FIH8T OX«j
KVlllME, 1,1.
....Devils Lake, North Dak.3
lUliilii liiiu Hi iU ill lii iii lli ill 1U iU Ilk iU
1U ill ilk 1U1U lii Ilk gg
FIRST-CLASS HORSES AND RIGS
AT REASONABLE RITES.
J.J.BELL.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushas, Etc.
PILE CURE
vv f,r
Speedy and Permanent Cure Guarantee or Money Refunded.
have bwi?CT^Ll0Mand"
The Dr. Donald Wallace Com
or Sale at HORSMAN'S DRUG STORE.
1%
Estimates
4 :J
"RaSt, FOUltll St
INTERNAL
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PURELY VEGETABLE TABLETS.
ot
teetimoniala
from weU known
'ost 'aid,
mpany, St. Louis, Mo.
MThenr
Seiid for booklet free. When writing please mention this paper.
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