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Devils Lake inter-ocean. (Devils Lake, Ramsey Co., Dakota [N.D.]) 1884-1905, June 01, 1900, Image 5

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Ho. 7 11:45*. m.
UI -R CAST SOTOD.
So. 3:15a.m.
Ho. 8 3:45 p. •».
Trains go north on the Csndo and St. John branch
Sloaday, Wednesday and Friday at 3K» p. m.
returning Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 7 KX) a. m.
On the Bottineau branch trains go north Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 8:45 a. m., returning
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 D. m.
Willie Hurst returned home
from Fargo Friday evening.
4 Ladies' tailor-made suits, to
•close, at cost. Stade & Svee. 5-tf
"Dad Owen," of Maza, was in
Sunday visiting friends.
Money to loan on farm property.
Urennan & Kennedy.
D. J. Wright, of the Kimball
•co-operative company, was in town
^Monday shaking hands with old
rfriends.
Gloves in all shades, at the New
"York slore. 5-tf
Martin Brooks, who moved from
"this city to Grand Forks last fall,
-was up visiting friends this week.
Mr. Brooks is a brakeman on the
jroad.
John W. Maher always has
money an hand for farm loans.
f"Call on him if you want a loan. tf
Alex Walker came up from Min
neapolis Saturday on a visit to his
family. Mr. Walker is
"business in that city.
Restores vim, vigor, mental and
physical power, fills your body
-with warm, tingling life. That's
"what Rocky Mountain Tea does.
35 cents. Ask your druggist.
Rev. Cooper occupied the
[Methodist pulpit Sunday morning
and evening. Rev. Murchison
preaching at Gando.
Sixty-three styles in ladies' shirt
•waists, at the New York Cash
Store. 5-tf
A. M. Powell and family left on
Monday last for a trip to Milwau
kee, Chicago and Detroit, combin
ing business with pleasure.
Fresh strawberries received
daily at T. A. Haslam's fruit store.
Manager Tompkins has again
iound it necessary to wind wire
-around his telephone poles to
protect them from gnawing horses
lied to them.
If you want a farm loan, write
«to J. B. Streeter, Jr., company,
Xarimore, N. D. 48-tf
Ice cream by the pint or quart
for family use can be had at Miss
^Nettie Ranum's ice cream parlor's
one door south of Chamberlain's
grocery store.
If you want insurance see Wm.
H. Brown & Co. They represent
the best companies in the world.
R. L. Cleveland & Son are the
Agents for the Buffalo Pitts thresh
Ah.«er and engines, and they still sell
the McCormick machinery.
A partial eclipse of the sun was
-visible here Monday morning at
/s about o'clock, and many were
-up viewing it.
4 The J. E. Watt residence oppo
:site the Whipple home is for sale
cheap. See W. H. Brown & Co.
Miss Nettie Ranum has opened
-fine ice cream parlors just south of
-Chamberlain's grocery store, and
J| is prepared to serve ice cream and
•cake to all who may come.
Fruits and berries received
:fresh every day at T. A. Haslam's
Iruit store.
-gf Bismarck Daily Tribune: The
Devils Lake Inter Ocean has made
All Wool Sicilietton Cloth, Plain, 42 inches d51 Oft
wide, per yard..-.
All Wool Brilliantine, 42 inches, Black
and Brown, per yard
Figured Brilliantine, 36 inches wide, for KAp
Skirt Patterns, large hssortment, per yd «Jww
SUMMER SERGES. ~T~
We carry a most complete line of Summer Serges,
in all wool and mixed goods
ranging in price from ^fcOC TO ^A.UU
now
in
A fA d»*l AA
such progress, under the manage
ment of Mr. Small—speaking of
weeklies there's none better in the
state.
There's no beauty in ail the land,
That can with her face compare.
Her lips are red, her eyes are bright
She takes Rocky Mountain Tea at
night. Ask your druggist.
Richard Daeley has commenced
building a brick store' adjoining
his post office building. The new
building will be of the same size
as the adjoining one.
Everyone who wants to sell city
or farm property should deal ex
clusively with Wm. H. Brown &
Co. They have been able to make
sales where others have failed.
The Devils Lake High School
Gazette closes its term with the
last issue. The Gazette was con
genial, energetic and enterprising
and will be missed.—Fargo For
um.
Mr. R. M. Hamilton, a repre
sentative of the New York Life
Insurance company was in town
Saturday and paid the death loss
on the policy held by the late F.
A. Chisholm,
Joseph Thatcher, of Lawton,
li I. y~i
7'
paid his first visit to Devils Lake
Monday, Mr. Thatcher and his
boys are holding down six claims
in the northeastern portion of
Ramsey county, and has put con
siderable land into flax this year.
Thou hast strange notions for
one so young a substitute to think
that thou art the same as Rocky
Mountain Tea, made by the Madi
son Medicine Co. 35 cents. Ask
your druggist.
Deputy Marshal Hurst of Devils
Lake returned to his home this
afternoon. It is said that- Mr.
Hurst will now try for the nomi
nation for sheriff of Ramsey
county.—Fargo Forum.
Real estate is becoming valu
able in this section of the country.
It would be well to see that your
title is perfect. Order an Ab
stract. Leave orders with Wm.
H. Brown & Co.
The G. A. R. held memorial
services at the Catholic church
Sunday afternoon, where an im
pressive sermon was preached by
Father Henn. The band and
Company joined in the pro
cession to the church. The band
played some excellent selections.
Cando Record:—Ole Skratass of
Devils Lake, came up from that
place last Friday to look after
1 1 1 1
Looking for Trouble
some business interests here and
also to visit old friends. He has
not visited here for a number of
years and was agreeably surprised
to see the improvements we have
made.
We learn that Dr. Moeller, of
Devils Lake, has concluded to
locate in Churchs Ferry and has
rented the rear rooms of Mr.
Pixleys's drug store for an office
and consultation room. He will
be here June 1.—Churchs Ferry
Sun.
Our home people should see
Brown & Co. and select from their
list of bargains some land before
the new settlers purchase it. This
firm is making many sales these
days. Farmers ana others who
want to sell their real estate will
undoubtedly find purchasers
through Wm. H. Brown & Co.
Devils Lake, N. D., May 28th.
1900. We, the members of the
Young Womens Christian Tem
perance Union wish the young
folks would come and join our
union, as the meetings are very in
teresting and we always have nice
times. The next meeting will be
held at the home of Miss Lillian
Wood, June 6th. By order of
President.
If you are looking for trouble
you can very easily find it. If
you're NOT looking for troub
le you're liable to find it any
way. But we can tell you
how to to find NO TROUBLE
in buying
Good Lumber
at as low prices as good lum
ber can be bought for.
We want yon to buy of us—
in fact we're anxious that yen
should, but all we ask is that
you examine our stook care
fully, and then compare our
stook and prices with other
stocks and prices and judge
for yourselves.
A. D. CLEVELAND,
Headquarters for Lumber and
,/
DEVILS LAKE INTER-OCEAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1900
Everybody Is thinking and talking about Chautauqua. We began to lay in our summer supply 6f warm weather goods
months ago, and we have just the right things for Chautauqua wear in Wash Skirts, Shirt Waists, wash goods and white
goods. We take pleasure in showing them. You are free to look without buying.
Proves that it is the Popular Pattern—Always
reliable, and the most simple pattern to cut
from manufactured. Style and fit guaranteed.
Try them, only 10c.
Devils Lake, N. D.
CUAL
Dr. J. H. Moeller left for
Benson, Minn., two weeks ago,
and returned Sunday with a bride.
He was married to Miss Mary
Hodgson* of that.place, who spent
the first part of the winter with
relatives in this city, attending
high school. Miss Hodgson made
many friends during her stay in
this city. Dr. Moeller and wife
will take up their residence in his
neat cottage on Fifth street. The
Inter-Ocean joins with many
friends in extending congratula
tions.
The Devils Lake Juniors, ac
companied by a large crowd of
rooters, went to Crary Saturday
to cross bats with the Crary first
nine. The game was rank, the
score being run up to 33. The
decisions of the umpire were also
rank, and was decidedly pro Crary.
Score: Juniors 16, Crary 33.
For further particulars see Crary
column.
The fire alarm was sounded
Sunday morning, and the depart
ment was called out to afire in a
small barn near the hospital. The
fire had gained good headway be
fore the hose cart arrived. The
boys had hose enough to reach
only as far as the hospital, and so
they had to witness its burning
without being able to stay its
spread. Fortunately the wind was
blowing towards the open space
on the west of the barn, and no
other buildings were in danger.
The barn caught fire from a
manure pile near by which had
been smouldering for some time.
The barn belonged to Peter Smith,
and was an old structure. Again
our need of water works has been
exemplified.
"James J. Hill, a Builder of the
Northwest," is the subject of an
interesting character sketch of the
president of the Great Northern
railroad by Mrs Mary Harriman
Severance, in the Review of
Reviews for June. The achieve
ments of this remarkable railroad
building genius are appreciatively
:icle
described in this article
Don't fail to se& the Great
Majestic Range bake biscuits in
three minutes next week at
Adams' Bros.
A report from South Dakota has
these kindly words of Congress
man Burke, a genial, clever gentle
man who has interests with Mayor
Brown of Devils Lake—another
good fellow. The report says:
"The 'anti-machine' Republicans
of the state bitterly opposed the
nomination of Charles H. Burke
of Pierre for congress two years
ago, but Mr. Burke has proved
himself such a hustler—sustaining
the predictions of his friends—
that he will in the convention to
morrow
be renominated by ac
clamation. His colleague will- be
E. W. Martin of Deadwood, who
having captured the solid Black
Hills delegation to the state con
vention—thus breaking the record
of Republican politics in that part
of the state—will also be nomi
nated by acclamation." Mr.
Martin is another old timer, whom
many have met in territorial days
—when in the Bismarck legisla
ture. A good man.—Fargo Forum.
Tbe closing session of the XIX
Century club preparatory to their
summer vacation was held at the
library rooms on Thursday, May
24. A committee of three was
appointed to draft a petition to
the city council, asking that in
the event of the erection of a new
city hall, that suitable provision
be made for a public library and
reading room. According to the
by-laws of the club, it was thought
best to close the library during the
heated term, but so much interest
has been evinced by the reading
public, that the library committee
will arrange that parties desiring
will have the opportunity to select
books as heretofore. At the close
of the business session, a social
hour was spent, when the presi
dent, assisted by Mrs. Rhuberg,
served coffee, ice cream and cake
to the local club guests, when the
meeting adjourned. A meeting
will be called for Chautauqua
sometime in July.
Kent & Manger's new livery
barn was opened to the public yes
terday. The new barn, as com
pleted, is a neat and imposing
structure, painted a slate color
and would be a credit to a town
many times the size of Devils
Lake, It extends on the corner
from street to alley, about 140 feet,
and covers two lots. On the lower
story are office, carriage and stock
apartments. The front section of
the building for about 50 feet con
tains the office, which is a neat
and commodious apartment. Sur
rounding it is a large room for
carriages. This room has a large
sliding door on each street. Ad
joining this section is the portion
containing the stalls. This section
extends to the alley and is divided
into 10 double stalls on one side
and 20 single stalls on the other.
A deep well has been sunk in one
"r"V
of them. The other section con
tains about 16 cages for blooded
stock. The second story is taken
up by hay loft and sleeping apart
ments. The loft is about 100 feet
long. The sleeping apartments
for employes adjoins this on the
front. Carriages will also be stored
here in winter, as this apartment
is very large. The building is
lighted by electricity throughout.
Hillsboro Times: Whatever
may be said against Senator Hans
brough or in his favor, he is al
ways imbued with the spirit of
that New York fellow's "Message
to Garcia"—work, deliver your
message, "do the thing"—what
ever it is that is to be done. The
Times editor has not at all times
been on the Hansbrough side of
things political, within-party lines,
but there are traits in the senior
senator that are to be admired,
and no man should withhold due
praise.
The Cause of the Famine.
India is a country not quite
half as large as the United States,
with four times its population.
These 300,000,000 people must be
fed from their own crops, as there
is, relatively, no manufacturing
resource to buy food with. There
are parts of India with a popula
tion of 1,000 people to the square
mile and there are millions upon
millions of farm laborers, vagrants
gypsies, and nondescript classes,
whose means of living, even in
times of plenty, are inscrutable.
In a normal year the country, as
a whole, produces a little more
food than is actually necessary to
support its people. But the crops
are dependent on the monsoons—
the southwest monsoon in the be
ginning of summer, and the north
east monsoon in the winter. If
these periodic rains are late or are
insufficient in quantity, trouble
comes, and the spring and winter
crops of wheat, barley and pulses
in the north and of rice ana mil
lets in the south, begin to suffer.
When the moonsoons fail abso
lutely, there is destitution in the
affected district, and when a per-
(&MWM
Having
Ye&, we sold a stack of wash goods the past few weeks,
but don't imagine we are sold out. Just arrived, a
big line of Percales, Ginghams, Dimities,, for summer
wash dresses and Fancy waists.
See our line of Sea Island Percales in the new "I Ol(%
patterns and shades, only
French Ginghams
15 cmta
Silk Striped Ginghams
25, 30, 00 eenta
Dimities, new Polka Dot Patterns
15 cents
We want Butter and Eggs, will pay
10 cents for fresh eggs for the next
ten days.
Favorite Prescription,
feebling drains,
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free of charge. All correspondence private. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
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tued
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In the past year it has cost Dr. Pierce over $25,000.00
(exclusive of postage), to give away copies of his great
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This book containing 1008 pages and over 700 illustrations
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sistent succession of failures and
partial failures occurs, there comes
a great and terrible famine, like
that the country is now groaning
under. Since the first great
famine of which there are records
devastated the land in 1770,
when 10,000,000 perished in Ben
gal alone, India has scarcely pas
sed a decade free from scarcity of
grain in one district or another.
The British Government expects
a drought about twice in every
nine years, a famine once in every
eleven or twelve years, and a great
famine like the present about twice
[in a century.—From "The Pro
gress of the World," in the Ameri
can Monthly Review of Reviews
for June.
Nothing Can Equal a "Clover1,»»
Mouth organ in sweetness of tone
or durability. All keys kept in
stock. Be sure to try one at H.
Huesgen's jewelery store.
Portraits.
I take orders for enlarging all
kinds of portraits at prices much
lower than other houses charge.
First class work guaranteed.
Patronize a home man. Save
your orders for me. I will call
upon you soon. Orders left with
People's Furniture store will re
ceive my prompt attention.
BENNIE GBEENBEBG,
Devils Lake.
Guessing at the Time!
Don't pay, for you cannot afford
to loose an hour's work in the
morning or at night during seed
ing. A good watch does away with
that, and will pay for itself in a
few weeks—if bought at the right
place and at the right price! H.
Huesgen's jewelry store is head
quarters for all standard makes of
watches: Elgin, Waltham, Dueber
Hampden, Hamilton and Seth
Thomas movements of all grades
and sizes constantly on hand.
Every watch fully guaranteed for
three years |from date of purchase!
Don't fail to look over the stock of
H. Huesgen, the Fourth street
jeweler, opposite the postoffice.
3 ACrossCkrk
irl tbe young woman behind the
her back hufta^her
'ly. The wonder is,
not that a clerk is sometimes irritable, out that she so rarely
shows irritation, when every nerve is quivering and die hardly
knows how to hold her head up.
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of some derangement of the feminine functions or of
the delicate womanly organs. Until this deranged or liinrssrd
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