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do your
will clean everything from a pin tray to a
battleship. In washing dishes it will save
ball your time and do much better work.
Scrubbing floors, wwblng clothe# and dishe*,
cleaning wood-work, oilcloth, silverware and
tinware. poliHhin# brasswork. cleansing bath
room, pipes,
etc., and making the finest soft
J.,H. STAFFORD, Proprietor.
First-Class Accommodation for
the Traveling Public.
r. s. W. BKANOH
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MEALS SERVED on the Amer
lean or European Plaa.
Porter at All Trains*.
sGlve Us a Trial.
N. D.
Enabling owners of approved properties to
and similar enterprises. Address with full de
tliils, J. S. White, Manager,Security Life Ins. Co,
Milwaukee &
St Paul R. R.
Wahpeton, Falrmount,
Graceville, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, points
•ast and south Aber
deen, Mitohell and
Sioux City
um Aum
7:30 p.m.
Fargo-Ortonyilie ao
1«0a. m.
SUM p. m.
AH service dally except Sunday.
Sleeper from Fargo 7:40 p. m. arrives In
Minneapolis 7:00 and St. Paul 7:40 next
Five high class and modern trains from
At. l'nul and Minneapolis for Milwaukee
and Chicago daily.
The 1'IONEER LIMITED, famous train
Of the world loaves Minneapolis 9 p. m.
and St. Paul I):
150 p. ni. dally. This train
Ba marvel of beauty and perfection.
quipped with private compartmeut cars,
first elnss standard sleeper with berth
higher, wider and longer than those of any
$ther sleeper in America buffet drawing
fooni smoker, free chair car coaches—em
Ijod.ving all home comforts.
For tickets, full information regarding
lowost rates to all points, reservation of
berths In blecper from Fargo or on tne
Pi ()N EE ft LIMITED from St. Paul, see
3. H. Degunn, agent, Fargo, or write W.
B. Dixon, Northwestern Passenger Agent,
fit. Paul, Minn.
rARGO, N. D.
ana points KAST AND SOUTH.
WBBT BOUND Arrives Leaves
Mo. 1
No. 3
Mo. 5
North Coast Ltd..
Pacific Express...
•St. Paul Local...
No. 2
No. 4
No. 6
Ko. 8
5:15 p. m.
5:40 a. m.
6:00 p. m.
North Coast Ltd..
Twin City Ex
•St. Panl Local...
St. Paul Express..
5:25 Pi m,
6 KM a.
7K»a. m.
10:55 p. m.
9:25 p. m,
7:10 a.
11:10 p.
8KX) a,
9:40 p.
•Lis., LaM. ft Edg
•Edg., LaM. Lis 7:05 p. m.
•v- "Dally except Sunday.
All others daily.
8^)0 a. m.
Vestibuled Trains Dining Cars
St Paul and Duluth Sleepers are Ron on Train 8
J. E. Johnson,
Chas. S. Fee.
G. P. A., St. PAUL
No* 65
(o) daily except Son
day others daily
VMn for
"Flyer," Fergus Falls.
St. Paul..
Barnes ville, St. Clond,
law p. m.
St. Paol
Wahpeton, Willmar, St.
V» p. m.
Willmar, Du-
5.19 a. m.
Flyer, Spokane, Seattle
and coast points,.....
Hillsboro, Grand Forks
0|d7 p.
SUO*. M.
dim p. as.
»4p. Ok
0030 a. is.
10 w p. an
For fWl WWest
trains ud lw
ticket office,
Mot day. Nov. 9.
VooUn rccital by Miss Charlotte Diiinifti
Fargo Musical Club artist recital.
Executive eo«nrnmittci( Irrigate* CopgMM, meet
at Ccmm«rcial Club 10 a, m.
Tuesday. Nov. 10.
Twsntietfc anniversary ccrttnonics Aunmi Com
aiudwr, K. T.
Tu'sday.Nov. 24.
Annual meeting of Fargo Tent, Order of Maccabees,
Sutc bond of optometry CMmtaation at Hotel Wal
Thtrsday, Nov. 26.
Rescue ft L. Co. annual Thanksghriag ball at
Monday, Nov. 30.
Swftctmena' annual ball, Pirie's Halt.
Noto—All meetings are evenings unless
otherwise specified. These announcements
will be kept standing, and %e shall be glad
to have notices sent tn bjr persons in
Have Knight Printing Co. print it
Watch McClane's windows for novel
ties. 64 Broadway.
See Demuth recital programme in
music column in this issue.
Martin Ryan, lawyer —Notary
Public. Rooms 28, 24 and 25 N.
P. Block.
Do not fail to read our advertisement
and see the special values offered for
Monday. A. L. Moody.
We cannot afford to have dissatisfied
customers, our gloves are made to fit
the hand. Moy & Kennedy.
Dr. C. L. Rose has removed his dental
offices from over the Herbst store to the
third floor of the Edwards Building.
Don't hesitate where to go o order
your fall suit. 103 Broadway is the
place you can be suited. A. KJellman.
It is time to leave the cigar after the
tobacco leaves—but the tobacco runs
clear through those at the Owl Gigar
A burning chimney at the residence
of Jeff Young on the south side, called
the fire department out about 5 o'clock
last evening. A good run was made,
but the services of the fire fighters
were not needed. No damage.
We Have It.
Fargo Orocery Co.
Warner & Yoder. 'Phone 124.
Miss Annie Euland, Little Falls,
Minn.—"I like Rocky Mountain Tea
very much will not be without it."
Greatest remedy on earth for suffering
women. 35 cents. Fout & Porterfield.
Manager E. .F, Weston, who is to be
the head of the sales department, in
Fargo, of the International Harvester
Co., has secured residence apartments
with Mrs. John Miller, Tenth Street
North. M. N. Hatcher, who is to be
first assistant to Mr. Weston, and who
is to move here from Grand Forks, has
rented a cottage near Fifth Street and
Sixth Avenue North.
WALKS* Piano Tunar,
Grand Forks. N. D.
Principal Route: Grand Forks to Great
Falls, Mont. Great Falls to Helena, Hel
ena to Fargo. N D., Fargo to Grand
Forks. Address to Grand Forks, N. D.
All mail will be forwarded,
Louis Hotop would like to interest
the people in a little educational work
along missionary lines in so far as to
notify him where young men and wo
men may find positions to work for their
board and room and go to school. Mr.
Hotop has already placed several young
people free of charge and is willing to
do more to help the young people get
an education.
Per Month
Without interest, bnys a home in good
condition, in desirable location.
Money to loan on improved city property.
H. P. Lough
One would hardly imagine the
amount of candy eaten in Fargo, and
it was learned yesterday that fifty
pounds of one certain kind were sold
every day at one store—the Fargo Can
dy Kitchen. This house makes a cream
chewing candy called "Loop the Loop,"
which has caught on in quick time,
each mouthful is done up in a separate
wax paper. Three batches of twenty
five pounds each are being made today
in the window of the candy kitchen.
A Dress Suit
Looks badly nnless the linen is laun
dered correctly. The art of doing up a
dress shirt with the bosom not too stiff
and not too pliable—is understood by
very few lannariee. Let
show you.
Troy Steam
'Phone 236. N. P. Ave.
Cofoitel Morton ran onto another
trust yesterday that threatens ruin. An
order was given Frank Haspell to clean
the chimneys at the colonel's house and
when the bill was presented by Frank
it amounted to $3. The colonel had,
in previous years, paid but $2 for the
same work and protested, saying that
if the 'price was not made right Frank
would get no more work. Frank re
plied that he and'John Regan had form*
ed a trust and that the chimneys would
go on smoking'—inside and out*—unless-1
the trust's prices were met. That set
tled it Colonel Mortpn and
Page sat back in their chairs and
ed so the latter could hjurtfjy snake
the check—for the fun ittiljikt.
pell says his share of profits yesterday
amounted to $17—trust prices.
Cook, signs—opp. Masonic Temple.
Blank books—Hare Knight Printint
Co. make them.
Gunther's candies—nothing nicer—
at Fout & Porterfield's.
Clearing house transactions
,Fargj o
today amounted to $116,867.
Loose leaf ledger sheets. We Make
them. Knight Printins COL
For small house and lot
For Sale—Orle large-size Favorite
base burner. R. H. Coshun, No 335,
Eighth Avenue South.
General Manager Ward^bf this Great
Northern passed through the dty, Vja
the flyer, this morning.
See the unique photo frames., for N.
D. A. C., F. G, and F. H. S. souven
irs at McClane's Art Store.
MOVED into
*. Block (formerly occupied by
Sherman], where we will be pleased to
explain the plan of the
U. S. Installment Realty Co.
to thoso interested in securing their
own home.
DeWJtt Nelson Land Co.,
General Agents.
Don't fail to place holiday orders for
decorated china early—Miss Ransom,
suite 93-94, third floor, Edwards Build-
Our special discount sale has crowd
ed our store the past two weeks. Read
the special offerings we are making for
next week in our advertisement today
A. L. Moody.
The American Yoemen will give one
of their popular dancing parties at
Pirie's hall next Tuesday evening, Nov.
10. All friends of the order are invited
and a good time assured.
Are your household goods in
sured? Do you know their val
ue? Could you make satisfac
tory proof of loss in event of fire?
Dwelling house inventory free.
Apply to Wsrelisiiti State Mutaai *TTtnr—n
Ce., Seem S Walker Meek, First Am. N., Faije,
A daughter has been born to Mr. and'
Mrs. J. H. Campbell of Grand Forks,
at the home of Mrs. Camobell's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hathaway, of
Island Park, Fargo. "Grandpa" Hath
away is stepping high these days.
The Unity Club meets on Sunday ev
ening at 8 o'clock at the Unitarian
Church. Subject for November, "The
Meaning of the Greeic Drama, with
Readings From Shelley's Prometheus
Unbound." Professor Lindsey, leader.
House of 11 rooms bath, 2 toilets, hot
air furnace, 32 electric lights, barn for 8
horses. Fine corner 3 lots. Possession
Dec. 1. Will lease for one or two years.
$50.00 per month.
W. J. Lane, Smith Block.
Through the real estate agency of
W. J. Lane, a deal was consummated
yesterday afternoon, by which Henry
Ruthruff transfers his farm of 253 acres,
about a mile west of the city limits, to
Mr. Sprague, in exchange for four de
sirable houses and five residence lots
in Moorhead. It is stated that the farm
property netted $52 per acre. The prop
erty bought ty Mr. "kuthruff corners on
the line of the Fargo &. Moorhead
Street Railway and that fast was an in
fluence in the purchase.
Boom 24 deLendrecie Blk
Hours to 6 p. n^.
Morrill & Engerud, attorneys, have
decided to move from the suite of of
fices in the Smith BlQck, which they
have occupied so long, to ttje suite of
rooms over the Herbst Department
Store, formerly occupied by Dr. Rose.
The change will be made at the end
of the month. It is sjtated that parties
who were anxious to secure the Morrill
& Engerud rooms offered a much high
er rental than the latter firm was wil
ling to pay.
Free Homesteads,
Free Railway Fare,:^|^'
Cattleand Sheepon shares
to buyers of our North Dakota
Lands,$4.50 to $12.50 per acre 175,
000 acres to select from. Excur
sion rates any day over all railroads.
WM. H. smwa 6S* IS La Stfs it,
CMi^i awt Maadaa, N. D, Write
for maps and facts.
Miller of the Economy Store and his
force of clerks are busy today making
preparations for the removal of the
stock to the new and larger quarters,
one-half block west of the Waldorf
Block. The store is expected to be
ready for business Monday with large
additions ol new goods to the present
stock. Miller ha$ decided on Thurs
day, Nov. 12, as the formal opening
day of the new store at which time re
freshments will be served free to all
visitors and io every purchaser of over
Si a box of Everhart's chocolates will
fee presented. Miller doesn't helieve. ia
al sales but has all his stock miark
"So low that every dftjMs-bargain
y. The people of the city and county
tie realizing this fact daily
counts for the removal of the store in
to larger quarters.
What'll it be? Why, Erdel's selected
Java Coffee, 3 lbs. for a $1 delivered.
'Phone No. 15 it you want a cab
night or dar. Jeff Young
A modern honw on the
South Side. Easy terms.
Lots from $l.j0,00 up.
C9ann for two six-room houses.
9CVUU Kent for $82.00.
H. P. LOUfilH, Farfs Nad Baak Sssk
First quality cow and horse feed of all
kinds. Stanford Feed Store. C.
Temple Souveni
The W. R. C. will meet Monday at
3 o'clock in the bisement of the public
library building.
The true and final test of flour is
baking, visit the testing rooms of the
"Dwight Flour" mills.
Latest styles and fabrics for men's fall
suits and overcoat* at A. Thomaire,
tailor. Seventh Street South.
Builders' Supplies for big and little
contracts: wall-plaster, lime, cement,
etc. N. D. Tile Works, Front Street
A roll of bills was found on Broad
way between the two tracks, owner can
have same by proving property and
paying for this notice. Address A. E.
Perry, grocer.
The Odd Fellows held a pleasant
meeting last night and transacted some
degree work. On the last two meet
ings of this month nominations will be
made for a new corps of officers and
the election will take place Friday, Dec.
Sanlttrluni and Hospital
New, comfortable and sanitary. A
home for natients while under
their doctor's care. Baths of every
description. Electric robe bath for
rheumatism. MRS. 6. J. MeCORO,
Matron. 1101 Front St.,Moorhead
See the fine photographic work of
Hansen's from Reis' studio as displayed
in the new street show case, Smith
Block. It is without doubt the finest
work in the city. «,
E. A. Bickford, a farmer residing at
Kempton, has filed a petition in bank
ruptcy with Judge Amidon in the fed
eral court". He places his assets at
$4,890 and his liabilities at $4,544.15.
Fiercely Funny Flinch.
The best and most exciting even
ing entertainment. Sent postpaid
for fifty cents—complete with di
rections. Send coin.
Lock Box 144, Winona, Minn.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Quist return
ed from Rolla this morning, where yes
terday he placed Joshua Bercier under
aprest charged with introducing intox
icating liquors on the Turtle Mountain
Indian reservation. Bercier was taken
before the commissioner at Rolla and
bound over to the federal grand jury.
He made bond in the sum of $200 and
was released.
Fargo Carpet & Rug Co
Make Bugs, Glean Carpets, Clean Sew
ing Machines, Bepair Sewing Machines.
Sell Bepairs, Oil and Needles for all Ma
i n e s
107 Eighth St» S. Thone 319
$ Major McElroy,' editor erf- the sol
diers' .paper—'The National Tribune—
rendered a powerful tribute, to the
Army of the Ohio, at the recent sol
diers' gathering in Washington—in a
most eloquent and forceful manner. In
-The National Tribune of Oct., 29, we
find this kindly notice "our own Major"
jwho was over at the capital army gath
"Maj. A. W. Edwards, consul-general
»q1 Montreal, was in the city last week
!on official business. He is looking well
and is in the best of health. The cli
rhate of Canada agrees with him, and
'he finds his duties interesting. It will
be remembered that Major Edwards is
the owner and editor of The Forum at
Fargo, N. D. He served as a dashing
-young staff officer—the chief of staff
af General Corse—on the Atlanta cam-
g^gn. and on the March to tlje Sea."
We loan money
Inquire of us for
sjpps charged.
wmcb ac
A. J. Rustad, the
on first mortgages,
rates. No commis
Morton & Co.
Grand Forks Plaindealer: "If you ar
rest my brother, I'll shoot you full of
The above words greeted Sheriff
Turner last night at the farm of J.
F. Carroll located three and a half
miles southeast of Larimore.
Sheriff Turner left this city yester
day for Larimore. He wanted "Pods"
Carroll, accused of stabbing Edward
Nelson in a quarrel near Larimore day
bnbire yesterday.
Mr. Turner suspected that ^Pods"
#a$ to be found at the home of- his
bfrltMr and repaired to that farm
list 'night, after his arrival at Lari
Arriving at the Konifi of Mir. Carroll
-.the sheriff asked for "Pods," but the
of the house insisted that "Pods"
Aft«r 'SOtne persuasion on the part of
the Sh&lff, "Pods" was produced*-he
had been sleeping with a member of tfce
S^lisehold in the house.
At this juncture the sheriff was
gr«c$cd with the words above quoted,
Ibe words came from J. F. Car
rother of "Jods.tt
*be*4 and sfcebt'' said the sber-
v '.w\ ,|j
.of Moorhead, Finds a
l~ '"f i\
fa Wisconsin. ./V
,1 .ii
The CHrl Was Made to Slave on a
Farm—Her Oppressor Will
Ai J. Rustad, the well-known Moor
head, liquor dealer, recently returned
from Janesville, Wis., accompanied by
his beautiful and accomplished niece,
Miss Laura Rustad, who recently came
to this country from Norway^
This simple announcement is the
sequel to a rather romantic story re
viewing in its weavings base deception,
the enslavement of a beautiful and ac
complished maiden to a life of unac
customed drudgery, approaching peo
nage, and her rescue by a big-hearted
In the quiet, sleepy little town of
Kangsvinger, which reposes on the pic
turesque banks of the River Kroderen,
penetrating the interior of Norway,
Laura Rustad, a very prepossessing
mainden of 20 years with a winsome like
and great brown eyes, glowing like
liquid balls of fire, resided with her
parents. She was surrounded by all of
the comforts and luxuries of wealth,
educated in the principal institutions of
learning in her native country, and ig
norant of any of the drudgeries of lifp,
she had plenty of time to revel in day
dreams and picture in her mind the en
chanting environments of a home in
far-away America, where she had rela
tives, who had prospered well, and from
whom she had received glowing letters
of the pleasures in this country—"the
home of the brave and the land of the
While the attractions of her home life
were all that the heart of an ordinary
mortal could desire, ,they were out
weighed by the beauties of American
life as she conjured them up from let
ters and descriptive matter which came
into her hands. Her expressed desire
to come to this country met with dis
favor by her parents, but their rebuffs
did not quiet the aching. At length
one day she chanced to read a very al
luring advertisement in one of her
home papers, in which an American
farmer wanted to raise a girl, who
would be surrounded with innumerable
pleasures and whose everyday life
would be a perpetual dream. She
sought out the employment office in
Kangsvinger, and the picture was pre
sented to her in still more enticing
colorings. She was told of the great
opportunities in America and that all
of her expenses would be paid to her
long-dreampt of Eldorado. She accept
ed the offer, with the belief that the
dream of her life was at last to be real
Arriving in New York she was tick
eted to Janesville, Wis., where" she was
met by Carl Hanson, the man with
whom she was to reside, and who was
to furnish her with the longed-for
pleasures. But she was doomed to dis
appointment. She was taken to an un
couth country home, isolated from a
center of population, and made to slave
as only a peon is required. Hfer em
ployer informed her that she would re
ceive $2 per week for her services, but
that she must work out the $75 advanc
ed for her passage to this country. She
bravely undertook the task, but each
day brought new and unthought of
drudgeries. From housework she was
transferred to the harvest field, where
she was compelled to work with rough
men from early morn until long after
sundown, and when feminine weakness
made shirking a necessity she was sub
jected to brutal punishment. The girl's
courage at last failed her. She was a
wreck of her former self, and at last,
remembering that she had an uncle in
the person of A. J. Rustad in this
country, located at Moorhead, Minn.,
she stole away from the family one
evening and with the stub of a pencil
she had found about the house des
cribed her situation on an old scrap of
paper and forwarded it to the uncle.
Mr. Rustad, with that big heart and
whole soul, that has always character
ized him, left at once for Wisconsin,
and was soon at the Hanson farm, re
mote from Janesville. He found the
girl out in the c°M wind washing win
dows. She did not know him as he ap
proached, but when she heard his
voice and the tongue of her native
land, she rushed to his embrace, and
the scene that followed is better imagin
ed than told. Hanson exacted of the
uncle the full amount he had advanced
for the girl's passage to this country,
with interest almost to the very hour
of her departure. This was cheerfully
paid. Mr. Rustad took the sparsely
clad girl to Janesville, where she was
robed ih the best clothing that money
could buy and that Dame Fashion could
design. They then prepared Jor the
journey to Moorhead, safely arriving
a few days ago. Mr. Rustad will share
with his niece his happy and comfort
able home over the river, and the maid
will realize the full dream of fife in
America. 5"
Mr. Rustad is determined to prose
cute Hanson for -a violation of the con
tract labor law, which strictly prohibits
parties from prepaying transportation
of any alien in to the United States un
der contract to ^perform labor. The
matter has been 'placed in the hands of
a United States f' attorney ifi ^iYis&on-
Steady Work. Thick Veijt.
Board $$
jper week.
Waahtara UfOite Ceil Co,,
wataa, N. D.
ot of Mrs. Craigie (John
)i" London people spend
faWmtoft into so
nder 1ft frying to get bi|t
j1 .» m,* fa-
V' a ," ?t, *,• vg' .,1 J} ',v ,s f5"
'v V ,4'
V a
CHARLES. E. WILSON, Auctioneer
Live Stock a specialty, write for dates.
Terms reasonable for first class work.
Residence 817 Fourth Avenue. South.
Fargo, N. D. Phone ^841.
Gunsmithing and Grind
ing of all kinds.
Butcher knives and scis
sors sharpened promptly
for the housewife.:
John Berg,
Keeney Block, Fargo.
Big assortment of switch
es, and wigs to match
your own hair, or made to
order. Prices very rea
sonable. Tlte ladies are
invited to call or write.
Dated October 31st A- D. 1903.
Executrix, t's"~\
First publication oft the 31st day of
October, A. D. 1903.
(Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14 and 2r, 1903,}"
plve the mostjlieat,
Burn the leastjiuel,
Last the Ion
Look thie best ofj'sl
any stoye made.
wifa- Da
No. 67
*«M s .n 7
5 Eighth Street South.
'Phone 34i.«
the matter of the estate
Cuyler Gregory, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Florence L. Gregory, executrix
of the estate of C. Cuyler Gregory, late ,'
of the city of Fargo, in the county of
Cass and state of North Dakota, de
ceased, to the creditors of, and all per
sons having claims against, saiL \de
ceased, to exhibit them with the netes- i
sary vouchers, within four months aft- *K,/
er the first publication of this notice, to
said executrix, at the office of Emerson
H. Smith, her attorney, rooms 5 and 6, 'dl"'
First National Bank Bujlding, Fargo. A
N. D.

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