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I Bartlett .ft Some flax will be sown yet, The chivari party had a hot old |me the other night. The farmers have nearly com pleted seeding operations. I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newbre have become residents of Bartlett. Wm. Stone and family are dom iciled in the Pien house on Front street. 1 C.'H. Doyon is on a visit to Madison, Wis., where his father Major Doyon lives. George Fulton is extending and renovating his store,fixing it up in good ship shape style. A representation of the Makato IJill company, of Mankato, Minn, was taking orders Tuesday. This neighborhood has had some nice showers this spring and in general the crops look well. Mrs. N. A. Cald or wood is suffer ing frriri fiu attack of erysipilis caused by an ulcerated tooth. The fields notwithstanding the dry weather are taking on a green hue which is pleasing to the eye. Miss Ella Foly went up on No. 7 last Thursday to attend the teachers' examination and visit friends in Devils lake. Miss Mary Norton has purchased a Kimball piano of the most ap proved, style and fininsh, having received it Friday last. Geo. M. Leith and Ben Vary, of Hope township, visited the city Monday and gave out that no rain has fallen in that vicinity this spring. E. M. Edwards, representing the firm of Nash Bros., wholesale grocers, of Grand Forks, was cir culating in the business portion of the city Tuesday. F. R. Williamson, of Minot, stopped off at Churchs Ferry Wed nesday, P. J. McClory and Judge Mor gan, of Devils Lake, were in town Monday. C. E. Shoemaker and wife, of Cando, were in town Wednesday between trains. A grass burner is doing labor on the St. John branch this week. Lots of material to work on there. McKIBBIN HATS. For long headed men. Sold by Geo. H. Glass. A new foundation is being placed under the Horsman build ing, now occupied by Pixley's drug store. The three-year old son of Julia Kirkeide died Saturday. The funeral service, were held in the Antioca church, Rev. E. Lovland officiating. Notwithstanding the dry weather the implement houses here continue to stock up. Wirtz Bros received a carload of McCormick GEORGE FULTON, Local Editor. Miss Iva Cronin has been on a visit to Crary for a few days re turning Wednesday to take in the sights in Lakota on Decoration day. George Amon, foreman for W. B. Smith has finished seeding ope rations on the farm contiguous to the city. George is a hustler from away back. Ed Cronin is engaged with two teams grading the side track five miles west of here. An embryo town will be located at that point in the near future. Mell Brown, of Crary, was a vis itor over Wednesday night and was giving the boys some pointers with the cue and the ivories with which he is an expert. It is given out in political circles that the main requisites of a good candididate for sheriff is a good corporation and high in locomotion. We have the stuff in this town. Bartlett township received two of the Harlem wheel scrapers from Columbus,Ohio, purchased through D. H. Chamberlain, of Fargo. The town now has four of these scrap ers. A. C. Wehe, and family of Illi nois township, have moved to La kota where they will make their home for the next year. Mr. Wehe is census enumerator for four townships in Nelson county. Ed. Lawson from Larimore, was over from Wales last week visiting his family who are making their home with Mr. and Mrs. E. Cole until Frank has his residence fit for occupancy at Wales, where he is engaged in the lumber business. Mrs. Oscar Ingalls accompanied her mother, Mrs. S. A. Pien and sisters Misses Maud and Edna, as far as Devils Lake Thursday last. Mrs. Pieon and family were on their way to Missoula, Montana, Churchs Ferry Department mowers and binders last Monday. A few of the Churchs Ferry boys have troubles of their own this week—cause, an "eclipse of the sun "fafcts are too numerous to mention. The stores almost all close at 8 o'clock and our genial "counter jumpers" can now have the pleas ure and time to brush up their ap pearance and call on their dearest most any old evening. McKIBBIN HATS. Hand made. Sold by Geo. H. Glass. One redeeming feature of the present dry and windy weather is that it affords the old timers an opportunity to assemble in social session and tell what it was in other times. Mr. Donahue and family, of Missouri, who have been here about two weeks left for St. Louis Monday on the flyer. Mr. Dona hue is satisfied that Dakota is not such a bad place, but, oh! those beastly winds. off and With the hoops fallins the wood warping, tc Sores and Ulcers That old sore or ulcer, which has been a source of pain, worry and anxiety to you for five or ten years-—maybe longer—doesn't heal because you are not using the proper treat ment, but are trying to cure it with salves and washes. While these are soothing and relieve pain to some extent, no real, permanent good can come from their use, because the disease OnMfeaf 8o2e, Wound. trouble, and forced the poison out of my blood soon afterwards the*sore have perfect use of the leg, which was swollen and very stiff for along time. S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known Is made of roots and herbs of wonderful purifyingr properties, which no poison can resist. S. S. S. quickly an! effectually dears the blood of all morbid, unhealthy humors, and the old, troublesome sore heals. At the same time the general health is invigorated and built up. When a little scratch or hurt fails to heal readily, you may be sure your blood is bad. S. S. S. will soon put it in order and keep it so. TV I i. 1 Wood diseases a life study. If you will write them about your case,' they will gladly forqiab all information or advice wanted, without any charge whatever. Addres Great is in the blood andTfar beyond the reach of external applications. A sore heals promptly when the blood is in good condition, but MVBr1 if it is diseased The tendency of these old sores and ulcers is to grow worse, spreading and eating deeper into the flesh, piey are a constant drain upon the system, gradually but surely ruin the health and sap the very life. A person capacity for work or pleasure is soon lost in the great desire and search for something to cure. S. S. S. makes a rapid and permanent cure of old sores and ulcers, and is the only medicine that does, because no other can reach deep-seated blood troubles. Ordinary Sarsaparilla and potash mixtures are too weak and watery to overcome a deadly poison that has taken possession of the blood. Do not waste valuable time experimenting with them. A Our Medical Department is in charge of experienced physicians, who have twad* them about your case, they will gladly D*"" SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, «A. ^•r K4: where they will make their future home. MissFlora Wright, of Crary, has a class in this city to whom she is giving lessons in instrumen tal music. Miss Wright 1b said to be proficient in her profession and is very highly thought cf by the people here for her many accom plishments. Father McDonald held services in the Catholic church Sunday last. A very large audience was in attendance, as it was a beauti ful balmy day. Father If cDonald is a highly learned and eloquent preacher and the people here of every denomination think highly of him. Monte Calderwood, in the inter ests of the enforcement league was a visitor a few days ago solicit ing subscriptions for the. put pose of prosecution case in violation of the prohibition law of this state. Monte thinks Bartlett stands pret ty much in the same relation to Sodom in Lott's day. The political aspects are very favorable in this community for a sweeping victory in favor of sound money, expansion of our territories and the upholding of the adminis tration in conducting the Spanish American war. and the attitude of the government towards Eng land in the British-Boer war in South Africa. Married—on the 24th of May 1900: Miss Z. White, of Ojato and Mr. James O'Keefe were United in the holy bonds of matrimony by Father McDonald in the Catholic church in Michigan,North Dakota. A select few of the friends of the contracting parties were in attend ance at the ceremony. The' happy couple after making a tour of the twin cities have returned to Bart lett and leased the Metropolitan Hotel from rs. Ricker. Northern water tank at this place presents the appearance of an abandoned block house on a Phili pino firing line. The wind mill which was used for pumping blew down last year and since then the tank has not been in use. Another good wind would no doubt finish the job now. McKIBBIN HATS. Don't ar e—try one. Sold by Geo. H. ass. A disorderly drunk insisted on running train No. 7 Wednesday at Churchs Ferry, but his success was nipped in the bud. The first man he run up against was one of the passengers who handed him one which caused his body to collide heavily with the platform. His next game was Conductor Else, who, in an attempt to prevent him from again boarding the train as it started to pull out, tripped on a board in the platform and fell, Mr. Church had a close call from going under the train. Jim Church fin ally appeared and took possession and landed his man, jag and all in the jag house. ag° was shot in the left leg, receiving what I considered only a slight wound. It UUnanaw developedjnto a running sore and^ave me a great deal of pain. I was treated bv manv doctor, .nd aeveiopca mra a running sore and gave me a great deal of pa: took a number of blood remedies, bit none did me any good/ and concluded to give it a trial. The result was truly gratif DEVILS LAKE INTEB-OOEAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 1,1600 QRDERS for sub scriptions, job work or advertising left with Mr. Fulton will have careful and prompt attention. pi S pi pi pi a 3 pi S DRAIN THE SYSTEM ENDANGER LIFE, I had heard S. ted by many doctors, and S. S. highly recommended Call and Get Prices. •H' Wbf Dot Invest '•,&.* SSZ525Z52Si !SES2SZSZS25Z52525 FOREHANDED, 1 r'l farmers 1 Do not wait until the last minute before buying needed tools «nd supplies, and they are likely to be as careful about the prices as they are as wise about the kinds. We Have a Full Line Of all kinds of Spring Necessities on the farm, such as HARROTflS, DRILLS, DISC, DEFIANCE, GANG and SULKY FLOWS, arid FANNING MILLS. PETER HALEY, Farm Implement Dealer. THE DipOND RESTPPT Is now open to the public under the capable manage ment of the experienced caterer, Mrs. Wm. Oullen. Board by the Day or Month. Kelly Ave. South. F. W. COCKBURN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Meat Market 500 Head of Cattle wanted every year at highest Market Price. Cash paid for Ppultry, Hides, Furs, etc. Choicest Meats furnished Customers at lowest pos sible prices. Orders Promptly Delivered. 'Phone 26. Say, Do Want To Make Money? If you want to make money you can't do better than with Wm, H. Brown & Co. Why with Wm. H. Brown & Co.? Because they have genuine bargains. Because they and their clients have and are making money. Because their ex perience is worth dollars to the careful investor. If you want to purchase a farm home. If you want to pur chase a home in town. If you want to purchase a lot in' town. If you want to purchase land to improve. If you want to purchase improved land. If you want to purchase land as an investment. If you want to pur chase gilt edge securities, If you want to secure a real estate loan, If you want to have a reliable abstract of title. If you want reliable insurance for farm or city property, call on W. H. Brown & Co. Dqu? Because the success of farming community is assured. The opening of the Fort Totten Indian Reservation near Pevils Lake, the bridging of the lake connecting, will soon create a great movement toward this city and coun ty. City and farm property can now be had cheap. You can make no mistake in investing now, for the\present price will be doubled. We would be glad to hear from you in relation to invest ments. The interest of our clients are our own personal interests and are carefully guarded. the City of Devils Lake Is situated on the shores of America's famous inland salted sea, "Devils Lake." Spend your summer vacation here. Delightful Chau tauqua Assemblies here every July. Wff). H. Bfoufri) Devils Lake, N. D. Si I Co., DR. IE. lq In In In 8 Of Fargo Sanitarium, 614 I Front Street. Will be at the Hotel Seville, Devjls Lake, N, P.. SATURDAY, JUNE 16. (ONE DAY ONLY) & Dr. J. Boras, Business manager FOR FARGO SANITARIUM under the care of capable, experienced physicians EMPLOYING all the various approved curative agents of medicine and surgery, (general, gynecological orificial) electric ity, hydrotherapy, (including Russian, Turkish, cabinet, vapor, sulpher, needle and electric baths) massage, physical culture and diet, in the treatment and for the prevention of all forms of chronic diseases in young and old, such as acute and chronic catarrh, diseases of the eye, ear, nose, throat, lungs, liver and stomach troubles, dyspepsia, con stipation, rheumatism, chronic female diseases, neuralgia, sciatica, dizzyness, nervousness, and all wasting diseases in adults, diseases of the brain, diabetes, paralysis, Bright's disease, heart dis eases, eczema, varicocele and hydrocele, cancers, tumors, epilepsy or fits, nervous debility, failing memory, lack of eaergy, blood poison, and skin diseases. Ruptures—Dr. Bornes carries a full line of trusses, and all sizes for men, women and children. Clothes are- Business Capital.i Insist upon having the superb FRIEND BROS. DTHING CO'S- Sold by first cfaisa dealens Looh for this label inside the co/tor.i t^RICND^R0&@3THIN6@ J-(Milwaukee, US A.^ 0. O.BUMEIA. JOHN ICHULTS RUSSELL & SCHULTZ DRAY and EXPRESS. Business promptly attended to. Artesian water delivered to all parts of the Chautauqua grounds. Baggage transferred to the Lake. Leave or ders at telephone office. Oflloe on Kelly Ave., next to Cordner't DB E. A. ANDERSON SPECIALIST Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throa OlasBes Correctly Fitted Office' East Fourth St. Devils Lake New Fruit Store... In the old stand Stade Svee's new block Fruits, Confectionery, CIGARS and TOBACCOS. J. T. COLVILLE Between Twfh Cities. Mi fwau* KeeandChicajjp. 4* by!