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Devils Lake inter-ocean. (Devils Lake, N.D.) 1909-1915, September 24, 1909, Image 7

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Shoe Repairing.
.w^ ''t '-V/^*'*'''^*1,^'^^vv-''''f'--'i'^-:!.'.'-'f*"i'
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Vfe wttfr'td^&rtt^fHntoersVispefcJally
to the newer parts of the state, agKttifet
irresponsible agents of nursery com
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It is witw49e itobuystock, (i)am,-, a
nursery located far to ..the south of
your home for &t least i't wo reasons:
'thSfstc^ ffifi 6dft fce apt to' do. w&l In
^^/e 'if^^tii'6rn tatitu&e thaiiftKat 'in
V&U*.
and tsuainntil the, fine .root? fu^ with
^iretf
i",I?h!s
'is thelault of the nursery-
"When,
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.-a -iK&sr
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BROTHERS.,..
.fllirVI .van'^J.-vt'f p.?iflO(iti 'ini"
ji
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your'.stofck 'shipped.' to 'V^, ji^$e
spring} since the-Besson opens*earlier
In the south it ia'.apt to $et frozen ber
•for1©-you'fc&n set^it otit In/your Kpnfe.
'le'iM riot'^^Baty to'-biiy fetobk«8to
tree.a
Some .of them are reiiae
ible Tou can-
f^enfc ygjjr re
tftlw 11 nojfliing $ut trees» rjf hjgibst,jffi
fuid
othe^ stock ordered are. of tluoiiwll
ijknown and ia??y 'Varieties that are
^tter
19 ?fte f% SprthjMp
'^(Brie^ ^nd -have (them feak# nut for^ypu
•j'te list! that .they: will, guarantee, under
nprop^rt'trfeatmetet, to gIVe satisfaction.
It is to their inter^St'Hx) rSiirfd yW^oKlyf
.'• stock that 'will. dot -wjell.
^^Co^l^ints ^Sonie in that sto^ is
(dead .wheniEap^las€d^.^ '^s because.
flrxtmmr. mA
tfcen,fl0pipw%
.^^pvir- Btpck ia dead:
^'Vhat.ls
Good stock, hardr»!ri(^tly^tfiig :m»y
be "heeled in'-orerulnter safely.
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riBmil' Cruse 'was in Tokio Tuesday:
•MttSs: Bimy 'Went to Devils Mke:
Tuesday.
Miss Hilma Freeburg was a Devils
L^e i!uWiles ^sitor Tuesday..
....
stock in the
u&Tj! a t) i.'T'Hi dt" 11 'fi'j rtipcrf ,.
sprlAg, vQf 3 rjwybf.
a
nJ!M5rTl^T®
detail laid dewn for planting.
Next weefeN*«'iwiH give yoa a lift
^"ilimlw adkipted to Morth
Dakota. 7 w#1
Tour oomplexiom as well as your
a temper ijg rendered ^niserable by a. 41s
pondered liver, py tftklng jpham^er*
Iain's sibomach arid liver Tabitts^you*
^oan improve both. Sold by all drug
^glstsi
w4twr%:
wH
Bii™
Hti mwf
Chas. 01s6h was 'In Devils Lake 'wj^estt^' Jill is so krTan^ed that af a
i^edneft^y." ,,
.to look after threshing
his fartn.w:
Church services
-,sb^tt!l' 'hdfi8e at &is: place Monday '.»Ely
Christdff. of Warwicik. in&«. I
Mrs. R. A. I$jpnedy, who
at th^., ^on?,e of her brother,,, p.
Mills, near this place, was' in Bevllq
Lake'a coiip^'fe ,of. Aifyp this weeic.
*£$
Messrs. Maher, Sheldon and anoth-wcJP^nts of ,a
er gentleman of Minn^polls were iirt»
Wheat .Ur tbi^ ,ticinity is avemglng
between 15 and 23 bushels to the j,
acre. •[email protected]~'lft''being bons!derable of j„
it ha^l^^Tpkio. where^'.thiw^ are
twD jhuying^the Farmers'. fflevatar Co.
7i ..rf'V-J'.Vr
Chai.^ Nelifd^(lil«ii. j^ratdahd, 'klnn
the
Nelson heme ^and looking ove' rthe
ground with a tlew ti-opealna« meat'i
he ooritemplates iplselng 'hli son' he
buslness.::
Watch DeVifs lake Gfow
ifyget inrtf"••aflViasw LtwwoT'twis ioiniW bw»
i"C Mo^i lilt 60xl«/Jf*V:
feaHt
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iaiu
I 'feood
Uj 8^.1, VV._1« rri
Fura&» heat. Lot 60x
S^Wnete
itral
7
touse on west
nice location on
Buys goodJ and'4 room
''''Wiij-lj®'? 7fixl40i
ger depot, good bargain
Buys good 6 roota house
Lots 60x140 Bast 2nd
tmm
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tfjfijjihfir* .purchaseA the atone and
^(ifi»nqid {the buiidteS- whicle ha*: been
run by D. R. Chas^ and %llf'aoter'lftis
incsa in Tokio,
Ma.
are informed,that
it 4a,„tye4n|«Btlon of .th?1*® gentlemen
toVut in'a itock of general merchan
dise and run the busln
sealethan 3»retofOi|.
on a larger
Vr*K/5g.»
*k*Mu
^goo ^ran. nipd-
^erto jioit^ei 1^5tfecl40r
iS ii
"Wsiisb^'^oar Ms'feus»f
t, piine Aya,
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SU,Cis.J:.QN:E.S
nmrtwpp
^f.^ropnvhouse. lota
60x146, 8th st^, near
Central School,
Resident lots in thg beat parts
of the city from $150.00 up. /'I
'Business location the jbc$t
fie found In the city.
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RICHES HIDDEN BY WALLS.
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Mediaeval Methods of Concealment In
Sit Baron Rothschild'a Houae
^Thanks to the courtesy of Baron
Bdouard de Rothschild, I recently as
sisted at a trial of the most extfaor
denary .wsff™ -of protecting treasures
th^t has ever be^n invented.
tfc$ iCojfliijBr of ,t)ie ,Rue Balzac and:
the Rue Faubourg Bt Honore stands a
gorgeous mansion, one of the i^ost
mftgniScent in Paris, surronntfedi .by
IbeMiiitlM1 gturdddk' She mansion may
within a
|htu^».
j$e'!{ttaiet
WUWs
hotiiie Honore d«
•••WWffltf
S*.
jCitiflfty-dq^ .^r»,tbe worKl gnateatt
!noydjst !.wrote '11a.-•.Comedie -99
maine/' and h«r^:h»rtiraniiler«d forth
to his 2rlends it(Mtt lhera. v«r»
ithree:
imfen ^nly in: Patis :who knew the tan-j
gnage^'Hugo, Oantier and myself."
siAronnd this historic house the Rotb»'
schlids have really, bttiit anoUter and:
have, moreovc!r, tliadei gardens such as|
are 'seen»in no other city sare Paris.
All are: «nfroonded by fj veiy high!
wall, which completely shQts off th#
•iewtl'
:-'in tliis hooM ara edlleeted, the j^rlce
lesB treasures' of the
Rotbsebili»-:
)6w«fe,''plat» art treasures of all kinds.
And they 'tir»,v8 arranged that by
tonthlig a spring* they vanish as if by
magic.
'(The Tooms areilined with false walls,
which rotation piVots in such a way
that they close up and leave-no trace
whatever of any method of movement.
'Thfe itta!clilriei!y fil very elaborate^and is
liept cobstahtly in order. '-^-n
Oiily twice b&s Bairofi' Rothschild giv
iti ^exhlbltibri of ^hfe working of
?tUe^W6nderfdl
walls
v^^n
Mrs. Graves visited acrosB the lake and trearares worth biUiona
over Sunday 'are 'Shiit tip yithift walls -which afn
JOM niuer wa In nolle Lako
011'Ipnieotlir
!to
his astonish-
j¥lgittar the 'rriachfaery iB put in
are in imrt of tie
bouse. m'
1!
'more remarkable, the family
y^"c£!n 'iSe'ihMae 'tb ldliteppear^ so that
tSie fiw/mises1^obb'as though th^y wete
First Encouragement.
^w^hor \Vlng Pinero, whose nam#:
miassqssMfe
HptUj Sunday. They Were accompanied ^Tlq Lo^on 1 fiw mucIS#
by Bert Jaqua, C. SmeaUie and John yinyqpfiwr "he playea a small V' W '1\ 'Wl' "I
I in a a I he S
wih£&- inasons "have completed thewhenwa8,'V'
basement of .the tiarn being built on,
the 'd'b.' Mills farm and the'^ckruen-, present at Jte first j^rt^ance and j, WAN^ED^-FE^IAUE,
D. Mills farm and tite "ckroen- present at toe first perforinarice and j'' (."ELP WANTED/-!
Witt Stpne bas^jnent for^
oiiVof
A
vu- .f-
f'llixX
owed.—
York
p" bitf# neither^e
A story comes from Qorakhpuf^to
the effect that two Joyt went to Jba
rlveralde~t» invoke the water god Hatr^
hadeo. They recited "raanth(ur%Ss.t
some length, but Mabadeo did cot^
P««P- WhereuW(u the Jads contrireSr
to J«w% is «W^WAiy|»tttaf^ at ,a
,ea«®ot^ throategHtt aiwoi^iNir
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Col. Cochran is now' in command
it Fort Tottten.
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Brick laying is in active progress
at the court houBe.
Two heavy fronts this week, but
vegetation including the corn crop,
was out of the way.
,JJof
?^^ham
threshed 1360 bushelk
of oats from sixteen acres of ground
—85 •. bjwhete to the acre.. ..
Cashier Xiord went to^Cliurchs Pet
ty' ilituvdajr to take' 'charge of the
Nort^ DgJ^otaj Jiank which opened
for on that
I JC. P. Benham'dled at hi^ hb^e' ^Bt
pt thlB city o^ Wednesday |norning
after a' long abd painful illness."
I The ^great Influx of gamblers at
Churchs Ferry has resulted in a meet
ing
of the citizens of that place
vat
Ivhlch it was resolved to appoint ja
poaishal and deputies ^nd compel tier
^alooiy men to close their places ^c*|
|»rdingio:iaw-
fv^
'j
., --.r'~ •'.'•'Af'*,- .1%'^
Worthy ef a Phree In History.
An St Pffterislmrg, except the police:
authorities, is enjoying a good laugh.
The objects of tbeir mirth are the dar*
ing thieves who added an unrehearwd
ftem to the proceedings when tiie czar.
Inaugurated the monument to Alexan
der III. Immediately after the cere
mony, while over a thousand police
men were keeping the streets clear, (a
number of workmen, with twenty
dirts, came along and rolled up and
took away 4.000 yards of carpet be
longing to the czar. Later on, wh^n.
inquiries were made, it turned oat
$bat the workmen were bogus and
ilrat they bad got clear away with
't^eir .booty. A magnificent coup of
is kind-is.worthy of a place-in hls
.—Modern Society.
•, F»ori,,^fthwr Bfrraeks a Sohool.
:/(^.t 'iB a(OTrloM.aftennath of the gjrefit
,-yv^ir betT^n RossIa and Japan and of
.^t prggram or ambitious ^ggres
j^hlch culm^iated in the war thfit
j^ap^efle goyernment has decided
barracks at
industrial
fact is an
|h bofore they comd tttfd: .poun^gd ,'by the :Omclal Qazette, and
em. of Kwan^njgi—Japan Mail.
tOT'
J:*)iS4 'bar»Un. AddroM lnter-Ooean, Der
uaiiAke,
w:
Lafie.
and the strike
Tribune.
0fil The Flying-Maohine., I' TO -THE FARMERS, I ,wi}l P»y«]
Imagine, if you please, a time w^n top priQe *for hides, wool ^and, scrap
every family can have its own ifylpg' -iron. Davis Jlubln, 612 Second ,st.'
^^"tJib ^^tB^'of trving to be s|]e
to takefjhe wife^na^baWea out f§»y- ,.f ,,,
I V^ GfliAM
t!
beaten highwaya nor the rock
of the mountain ranges? Certainly It
woold, and juat as certainly such most
la." rapidly' dawning for the human,.,
'irnr/sr„i
Ireby t|| #a^teMrt tMS
-•-.1^e f^"ia^daxig^j^.
,^$nhi8 :io(MpQ^
od of invocation proving abortlvti aa
well, they both Jumped la to Qia ins.j
tantd to Ua rt^tt mhtd aad aaaloSMt:
tv toll kia
&
^wi^TElD-Girl forX general houae-
al^fc:! ittanlre^t office. Dr. Jonet
FARMER WANTBDr—Reliable man to
least fa^n 160
acres or'more
siuirefl.
l^tt ^AU^Ptun flooded miU Wy
W.ibs' andotta ahiekens, 'XhitlstcKB itrain.
a nv Call on or address C. D. Kills, Dev-
•ebedale was HofM nakiagr «lghl) Us'Lake or ^Toklo.
ftevs the day's werk aBd caaeeHns the -r^j -j
ed that the men would receive fhre
rabies mm a week than under the »ld
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^ncang^me^t' Jj& $»•- reMp 7th,•« black hog about 1 year old. Own
meant fevtot pours toijln^pe'pay, Irat 'r can have same by paying for this
the-^ondiWtors and &i(^pmeh, yeffn-' ,&ttqe and costs of keeping. Frank
ingsor tl|fi duty 6f^t^fa^nd no chuge,, 6 milfes northwest of Devils
Taken up At my place, about Sept
»n,(i .ivjnj. vui /ji.^
'V- 'A *i, 1?
tlteM
A" i(Ji*
tNVESTMENT CO.
•irt reasonable prices. On sales
.he company's stock at, par
W
a^Ued
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-£"H|£
&$*'$**
't
in Utah pn
"••iFred'iP. Kreeman, 30 W.
0^oitte ^reeV^uttev Monti
{.:i:: -ifjifijj if mil%
POK SALE.
vurehave'
jpfw. "Some thoice jwmdenefe'
lots foi^ sale on satire t^srfiwj*-*
nikK' jf'r, if vMf •"wt*
is used to make the flavors that go into our
•MfBi *^W?EST00
mmw ut^
°f
1'Mil
v?
your sen witn a glass*
sure can be had for five cents.
We Sell Cook Car
Suppliers
J. •.
$31.75
Minneapolis an^l
St Paul to
W iV
Cheap ranges, cheap .tinware
knives and forks. Machine
oil by half-barrels or gallons,
belting, packing, lace leather,
hose, tank pumps, hard oil,
all kinds pipe fitting^ valves,
flue expanders, grease cups,
•team guages, injectors and
lubricators. ... Remember 'us
when you fit up your thresh
ing machines.
O'Brien Bros.
"•'.. A
Up-to-date Hardware Dealers
CALIFORNIA
Colonist Tickets on sale daily, Sep*
tesnber 15 to October 15, *09, via the
North-Western Line
Through Tourist Cars every Wed
nesday, leave Minneapolis %30 p.m.
and St. Paul 10:10 p. io, via Denver
and Salt Lake to Los Angeles. ,,
From Devils Lake the rate will be
$3&50 via St. Paul and the North
Western Line to San Francisco, Los
Angeles, San Diego and many other
points. Colomst Rates to points in
jUtah Nevada, Arizona and New
Mexico will be furmshed upon ap
plication.
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REAL
FRUIT
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Chamberlain's lintment
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vuM
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twenty- th« fdde and chert, *m ®w^
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