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HAMPDEN
Oscar Berg, returned home from
Grand Forks Friday where he went to
buy stock for the Berg Bros, store.
Mtb.
J.
B.
Foster left Thursday
for Morris, Minn., in response to a
telegram from relatives at that place
stating that her mother was *ot ex
pected to live.
During the past woek Hampden has
been visited by Dr. Stork twice. The
heme of Mr. and Mrs. Neils Clock was
blessed with a ten pound girl. Not
he visited Mr. and Mis. E. H. Shel
lenberger's home. An eight pound girl
in this instarice.
Mrs. Holmes, of Devils Lalw vras
over Sunday wW her daugh
ter, Miss Myrtle Holmes who teaches
school here.
Oscar Harpster has moved his fam
ily from over the butcher shop to the
m»n« over the drug store.
John Carroll, the hotel proprietor is
again able to be about after a brief
illness.
Mrs. J. Bordson has been suffering
for the last ten days from a felon on
one of her fingers. Dr. Blair was
called in the latter part of the week
and found the finger so bad that a
part of the bone had to be removed.
Robert Paxman of Alsen, was a
business visitor in Hampden Thursday
Mrs. K. L. Gordon is on the sick
list, suffering from bronchitis.
Miss Burt went to Munich on Fri
day to visit her parents over Sunday.
Abraham Stotts, an old time resi
dent of this place, returned home on
Wednesday of last week. Mr. Stotts
had been paying an extended visit to
relatives and friends in Stanley and
•j. Plaza, N. D.
Emil Graber and sister Helen of Al
sen were in town Saturday. Miss
Graber paid Dr. Blair a professional
visit.
Adarm Hanna, president of the
Farmers Bank of Hampden was a Vis
itor in town Tuesday.
Julius Peterson is leaving for an ex-
San Francisco.
H. E. Shipley to Jamestown
Tuesday to attend a meeting of the
Alliance Hail assooatibn. Hs is a
member of the aBove company and is
also a member of the auditing commtw
tee whose aiaraal meeting wMl be held
this week.
The Whkt Club met at t£e home of
Mrs. W. E. Howe this afternoon.
Sleigh riding is a favorite pastime
with the yonng folks at present.
News From Nearby Towns
INTERESTING NEWS TAKEN FROM OUR EXCHANGES
the reception accorded them on their
return fully convinced them that No.
Dakota is the place for them.
will
Fargo. They expect to be away Mrs* Vobayda was alone
about a month..
A business visitor in town this
week was W. S. Lowry, Deputy reve
nue collector, of Devils Lake. The way
be took in the mighty dollars did not
go to dhow that times were hard.
Mrs. Carroll and Mrs. Taylor paid
a hurried visit thiB afternoon to Mrs.
Snyder,'who lives about two miles
from town.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Wolfe living two
and a half miles southwest of town,
were tendered a surprise by their
many friends on Friday evening upon
their return from Illinois. The neigh
bors gathered and marched on the on
suspecting host and hostess armea
with baskets of good things to eat and
a grand time was enjoyed. After the
refreshments games were participates
in and enjoyed by old and yonng alike.
Ifr. and Mrs. Wolfe had been away
for some months and. returned about
two weeks ago. They were of the
that Illinois was alright but
LAWTON
(Lawton Republican)
E. Fox the genial grain man of Mi
chigan city was in town Monday.
E. M. Iago paid a business visit
to the county seat yesterday.
J. H. Lynch of St. Paul, registered
at the CommeMial hotel yesterday.
Miss Elma Fifer ofCrary is visit
ing Mn. Whitoky at the GoBtmsnfal
hotel.
A. M. Bond of Grand Furta was in
town Tuesday taking orders for cal
endars.
John Borke of the Northern 9rmg
Co., Duluth, was in town yesterday
taking orders.
Miss Cecil Vobayda leaves this
week ior St. Paul to take up a course
in art millinery.
J. S. Anthony is busy this week
taking stock and getting ready for the day from a trip to Montana
spring opening later on.
Mrs. J. E. Stevens left Tuesday
morning for Bismarck in the interest
of the state anti-tuberculosis society.
Ed. Herbranson who is under the
weather for a week past, suffering
from the grippe is again about.
R. G. Gibson, of the Gibson Barber
Supply Co., Duluth, transacted busi
ness in town yesterday.
Dr. Nicholson is kept busy these
days visiting his patients here anrl at
Brocket, Dr. Ferguson being on the
sick list.
E it he re re in he N a
tional Candy Co., St. Paul, was in
town Tuesday.
Miss Gussie Will entertained a nun.
ber of young ladies at supper Thurs
day evening in honor of Miss Cecil
Vobayda, who leaves Saturday morn
ing for St. Paul.
The new interior work in Vobayda's
is completd and the goods are being
put in place. The woodwork and the
tended trip to the coast. He intends painting reflects credit upon the work
to remain until the middle of April men employed.
and will take in the World's fair at,
J. A. Aird and James Gorecke at
tended a business meeting at Duluth
Kittel Sternsrud, auditor of the Wednesday. They w*e accompanied
Hanria line of banks was in tow last
Tuesday looking into the affairs of tie
Farmers bank.
to Duluth by A. J. Zeman who goes
to Arkansas for a month's visit with
relatives.
Mrs. Wondrasek who was takon
down with seiatica about four weeks
ago, and was reported recovering has
suffered a relapse and is now in a cri
tical condition, being very weak.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert HeMht accom
panied «by their young sea, nrittnsil
home Monday. The little sea was re
cently taken to Ctamd Vorias fafferfag
from appendisitis.
A shoplifter supposed to Ve am at
taehe of
the
show
given the (iaejrfcuB
night, Believed
O. R. Harpster and family
lewre Monday lor Detroit, Minn., for I Thursday morning, of two^
a visit with friends and relatives. En I sweaters while Mrs. Vokof***
•crate they will stop at Cfcand Forks tien wan occupied by *nottar
Mid
Vobayda's laat
of
at the. time, the other members of the
family
beinjg at breakfast. The thief
made his escape on the train before
the theft was discovered.
Grain rustlers made their appear
ance on the farm belonging to J. A.
Carlson Sunday night and are now ba
ing looked for by the authorities. A
young man, named Roy Alden, is sup
posed to be the principal one wanted.
About $400 is offerd as a reward for
his capture. Upon his arrest depends
the breaking up of a gang of grain
thieves who for two or three years
have avoided arrest. He was caught
red in the act last Sunday
night but made his escape.
CRARY
(Crary Public Opinion)
Mrs. Ole Christoferson of Hamar,
N. D., is reported quite low.'
Itst A. lladsen of Wheatland vis
ited at the home of his sister Mrs. O.
C. Sagmoen the first of the week.
J. S. Kirk left Tuesday on No. 10
for Fargo to attend the Tri-State
Grain Growers convention in session at
that place this week.
Miss Pearl Webster of Devils Lake
was a guest of Miss Katherine Med
elman a few days tliin week.
Mrs. M. A. Miller received word
Wednesday of the death of her sister
in Minneapolis and left that day to
be present at the funeral.
Wm. G. Lamb and Mr. Duffy from
Mich an N re us in a
IZZ
fcoases for the eastern markets. ,,
_____ day returning the following day.
Alonzo Struthers, father of Harvey
Struthers, «ame up from the Soldiers
Home at Lisbon, N. D., to spend a
few ddys at Crary. He will also visit
a daughter at Whitefish, Mont., before
returning to Lisbon.
The foHowihg persons from Crary
and vicinity are attending district
cowt at Devils Lake this week: Oie
H. Hagen as grand juror M. D. Kav-
anaugh, Thos. Holden, John Sagvang
and Alfred Dahl as petit jurors.
Raymond Nicholson returned Tues-!
S. J. Dean returned Tuesday from
St. Paul where he shipped a carload
of hogs.
Miss Pearl Forslof came home from
Devils Lake to spend the week end
with her parents.
Henry Longie of the reservation is
in failing health with very little hope
for recovery.
The Crary brass band will give a
concert and dance in the opera house
February 12. The boys are getting
up a good program and should be well
patronized.
Mr. and Mrs .Henry Medelman
gave a dinner party Saturday evening
at their home. Their guests were
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Forslof, Mr and Mrs S.
J. Dean and the Misses Sexton, Fos
ter and Webster. Miss Katherine Med
elman entertained the company with
piano and phonograph music much to
their delight.
Miss Wallace and Miss Oeschger at
tended the Elks snowball party at the
Great Northern hotel at Devils Lake
Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A .Nicholson had
as their guests last Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. M. D. Kavanaugh and daughter
Genevieve.
Mrs. T. Swenson entertained Mrs.
Carl Oslund and daughter of St. John
a few days last week.
PENN
(The Penn Hustler)
Mrs. J. M. Morgan shopped at the
sounty seat Tuesday returning the fol
owing day.
Miss Mabel McDonnel of Churchs
•Ferry is a week end guest at the home
of her sister, Mrs. J.
Earl Madeford and wife left for
eklah%ma Thursday where they will
Tlfeit Mrs. Madeford's parents. They
viqited here at the A1 Mitchell home.
Mrs. M. Hejmanso* returned home
from Hillsboro, N. D., on Friday,
whese she has been vlsitin'g for a few
days.
Miss Olga Sternberg of Hillsboro,
came Friday for a visit with friends
in Penn.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Muehlen were vis
iting friends in Devils Lake Monday
returning the following day.
The Club dance Friday night was
well attended and everyone reports
most pleasant time.
Miss Annie Yenney of Eckman, N.
D., is here for a short visit at the
home of relatives.
A. S .Miller was a business caller
at Grand Harbor between trains Mon
day.
George Golder of Devils Lake was
an over Sunday visitor with his par
ents retaining to his home Monday.
Miss Segna El gen was visiting with
friends at the Lake this week.
Geo. McDonnel Jr. of Churchs Fer.
ry was a business visitor in Penn on
Wednesday.
P. L. Klyver went to Grand Forks
Thursday on a short business trip.
Olof Johnson was a business visitor
at the county seat the fore part of
the week.
Fred Muehlen returned from an ex
tended visit with friends and relatives
in Milwaukee and Three Lakes, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kaeding were
Devils Lake visitors Monday and also
Tuesday.
Miss Clara Gessner returned from
Wisconsin where she has been visiting
for some time with friends and rel
tives.
CHURCHS FERRY
(Churchs Ferry Sun)
laStfTUe8daylrbIying E. S. Davis went to Minot Satur-
Norman Nelson is at Devils Lake
this week where he is serving on the
jury.
The rabbit hunt last Saturday re
sulted in the slaughter of 30 jack-rab
I bits.
Murray went to the the
first part of the week to serve on the
grand
jury
M#e.
Th Solberg entertained the
I Zion Lutheran ladies aid in the par-
lors church last Frtday after_
noon.
Mrs. Albert Anderson and daugh
ter, who have been visiting here for
several weeks left for their home at
Powers Lake Tuesday.
Mrs. and Mrs. E. Lysne who left
here about ten days apo for Califor
nia to spend the winter, arrived safely
at Long Beach where they will spend
a part of their vacation trip.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hansen and
little son left last week Thursday for
Mrs. Hansen's home at Westby, Wis.
where they will visit for a week or
ten days.
P. J. Nordberg, cashier of a bank
at Newberg, N. D., stopped off here
last Friday and spent the day with
his brother, Rev. G. Nordberg. He
had been attending a bankers meeting
at Fargo.
The girls basket ball team of the lo
cal high school went to Cando last Fri
day evening and met defeat at the
hands of the girls of that school. They
report a fine game and a splendid time
The score was 7 to 0.
Otto Jaeobson writes A. E. Sylves
ter from Long Beach, Cal., that he is
enjoying life to fhe fullest extent, as
are all the Churchs Ferry people who
are spending the winter there. Mr.
Jaeobson also says that he is stfll
looking for that "Merry Widow" they
claimed they had out there for him.
The annual snow ball party of the
Elks was held at the Great Northern
hotel at ©evils Lake last Friday night
and was one of the most enjoyable of
the events that have taken place in
that city-for some- time-.—Those who
attended the delightful occasion frwn
Churchs Ferry were Messrs. and Mes
dames Sharte6 Engelhorn, J. W. Car
ers, arid Henry Berg, Misses Imma En
gelhorn, Harriett MitAell, eiara Baev
erstad and Bttith Hamilton and Messss
T. E. Bngelhorn, A. Hausmann, W.
F. HngeUiont and Geo. Engelbretson.
Th Tosgerson is spending the winter
at Bismarck and taking in $ie session
of the leglsiatmre.
Mr. and Mrs. JoJui Anderson writes
to relatives here that they arrived
safely at Hot Springs, Ark., and are
enjoying the southern atmosphere.
A. Bennes was host to a party of
his friends at the Star restaurant last
Tuesday evening. Whist was the en
tertainment provided, five tables being
run.
An all star team, consisting of some
of the fastest basket ball players in
our city, will meet the fast Carrington
at the high school gymnasium
on Tuesday evening, January 26.
EDMORE
(Edmore Herald)
Attorney Morrissey is attending to
court matters this week.
Dr. Nicholson of Lawton was in
town Thursday last, having been call
ed Sheriff Ols
en was over from the
county seat the first of the week on
made fhe rounds with the cigars.
the first official visit he has made in
this end of the county. He remained
over night.
Attorney Morrissey has spent sev
eral days the past week at Lawton
where he has been busy settling up
legal difficulties.
Born to Mr .and Mrs. J. H. Wid
ness on Jan. 14, a boy. John has
(Continued on page 7.)
ONE DOSE RELIEVES
A COLD—NO QUININE
"PAPE'S COLD COMPeUND" ENDS
BAD COLDS OR GRIPPE IN
A FEW HOURS
Relief comes instantly.
A dose taken every two hours until
three doses are taken will end grippe
misery and break up a severe cold
either in the head, chest, body or
limbs.
It promptly opens clogged-up nos
trils and air passages in the head,
stops nasty discharge or nose run
ning, relieves siek headaches, dullness,
feverishness, sore throat, sneezing,
soreness and stffinees.
Don't stay stuffed-vf) 1 Quit blowing
and snuffling 1 Ease your throbbing
head! Nothing else in the world gives
such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold
Compound," which costs only 25 cents
at any drug store. It acts without
assistance, tastes nice, causes n.o in
convenience. Be sure yew get the
genuine.
Office Phone 353
Residence Phone 301
Call Tuttle
When You Want Prompt
BUS, HACK or TRANSFER
SERVICE
New Office 513 Kelly Ave.
Night and Day
A. D. TUTTLE
imjLimi
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Advertising in The World gats re
sults. The circulation of this paper
is the largest of any paper published
in the Lake Region and goes into over
1800 homes in Ramsey county.
Subscribe for The World and get
all the latest news.
STRAYED—From my farm in Dry
Lake township, Ramsey county, N.
D., some time in October, one bay
gelding, 3 years old last June, wt.
about 1100 pounds left his bone is
down. Take up and notify me.
Robt. Cochrane, Devils Lake, N. D.
HIDESandFURS
Fart an Low, but Cow Hides V«ry High
We are paying these price*:
17% cant* for No. 1 Gr*eo Salted Hide*
15% Frozen
$4.75 tor No. 1 Largo Horte Hlda*
Other kind* end grades In proportion
Send fer Price List, Trap Book and Catalogue
they are free
Ship your Hid* «n* Furs lo the Old Reliable
N
.W.
I E & O
200-204 No. Fint St. MINNEAPOLIS
Let ns help
plan your house
Send 10c for the H-L-F
2*zizo Plim Book. Over
100 good homes. Your lOe
iHcntlycoversraalllns cost
Worth tt thousand dimes*
Alio.
mswm.
M'llliiiiiBlilillM
Judge the price by this: 81s© 12x26ft.,
costs only IIU3.66 delivered. At least get our price list
andmitlwork catalog. Free on request. Write today-
Hewitt Lea Funck Co.
Capital $1,000,000 Not in any trait or combine
586 Crary Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
QUICK ACTION RANGES
Pay Back First Cost in Fuel they Save
When you want to jok on top of the range lift the hot coals up to the
top with a few turns of a gear shaft with the shaker handle and vol will not need
to fill the stove up with a scuttle full of coal and wait for it to burn into a strong
When you wish to bake in a Quick Action Range lower the fire to standard
depth. Quick Action Malleable Ranges are high grade malleable ranges
equipped with every desirable feature which any other high grade malleable
range has but they have the wonderful time saving, fuel saving, adjustable grate
besides. They cost the same as other high grade malleable ranges at our store.
H. E. JEWELL
These Steves Are On ExhlbltlonCOn Our Floor
NOTICE
A
new telephone diredtpfy
jwill be issued Feb. 1st 1915 .and
|any new listing our subscritgirs
jmay desire arc requested to com
|municate with us at an early
|date.
Western Utilities Corporation.
Farmers Attention!
We, KIRCHOF ft COOP
ER, are buyers of Live
Stock, Poultry, Hides and
Tallow. Call and see us
before trading.
Wholesale and
Retail Butchers
Phone 373 Devils Lake
When you want Confectionem, Milk »r firean
GO TO THE
PARKER CONFECTIONERY STORE
EAST FOURTH STREET
We also carry a full line of Tobacco and Cigars
Our aim will be to sell the best goods and reasonable jtriees
Formerly known as the Flummerfelt Store
The H-L-F Dam
Builders* Guide shows all the latest Ideas In barn
designing and gives plans of barns actually tiullt by up
todate farmere. Read "17 Bam Facta." Bent for 4c.
Tlie Il-L-F Silo Folder tells about a wonderful new
double wall
Devils Lake, N.
[Get H-L-F price
on your house
If you are thinking of building next Spring, or
within a year or two, write for the H-L-F
House Pricer and find out just what your
material will cost you.
No need to have a carpenter make outaliill of materials.
The House Pricer will attend to that—send for ii today.
Save big on H-L-F lumber
WecontroHheforcslsmid
mills—soil you direct.
No middlemen. Give
yon letter lumber
at big saving.
Get H-L-F
House Pricer
fire. The stove lids will
minutes if
few
get red hot in a
you are not
whea the
careful and
been cooked
meal has
you can lower the grate,
then the top of the stoVe
will get black again.
Or, if you feave much
cooking to do raise fhe
hot coals' close to the
up the
top arid shut
ean do
draffs. Yoh
your cooking without
burning out your fuel,
The fuel lasts longer.
How many days do
you use the top of a
cook stove and how
many do you use the
oven?
Phone 499

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