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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 17, 1903, Image 4

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LESSON IN CATTLE SEIZURE.
Deputy Valentine Gives a Brother Officer
Some Valuable Hps.
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Such in substance was the nature of
a document placed in the hands of
Deputy United States Marshal Quist
yesterday. The cattle in question were
smuggled into this country front Canada
and seized by the custom house officials
at Elk wood. The deputy left on his
mission of conquest this morning. He
was admonished by Chief Deputy Valen
tin^ to bear carefully in mind the ad
vice of the lamented Josh Billings:
"Always take the bull by the tail."
"There are philosophers of greater
pretensions than Josh," said Mr. Valen
tine in conclusion, "who advise that the
bovine beast be taken by the horns, but
that is a theory that has' never been
successfully worked out in practice, and
you will find the Billings advice to be
IIiq safest and surest way of making a
permanent seizure. Turn.' the bull, in
the direction that yOu wish to freje^e
to his fly beater,, and vou^wijj execute
your orders with* a down hill pull."
"But how about the brindle cow?"
anxiously asked the deputy.
"I have looked through all the author
ities on cow culturev at hand," replied
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6 pairs, pretty design, worth
$2.75 per pair. Our special price,
$2.00
Just 6 pairs Nottingham Curtains,
handsome designs, good Value at
$£»75* Our Sale Price, per pair*~
$3.00
Special
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Only 3 pairs left of Nottingham,
Batten burgh designs, worth $4
per pair. While they
last-$3.40
Choice of 6 pairs of extra qual
ity Nottingham Curtains.
Reg­$3.25
ular price $3.85. Our speccial
price, per pair
See Window Display of the very Latest Designs In Oriental
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"You are hereby eomq»ode4 to seize
ftrie bull arid tone yefldwbrindle cow,
now held by the custom officers at Elk
Wood, and advertise and sell the sajtne as
prescribed by law."
BOSOMING
by all druggists at
A U N K n o i n o a e s w i
the pain and horror of
Z i i e o u
of the suffering and danger in store for her, robs the expectant mother
of all pleasant anticipations of the coming event, and casts over her a
shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women
have found that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy robs
A confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother
and child. This scientific liniment is a god-send to all women at the
time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Friend
carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its use
gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning
sickness," and other dis
comforts of this period.
$1.00 per bottle. Book
'containing valuable information free.
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Flowers
".Wedding and Fttotral
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TRADING AT THIS STORE IS A LESSON
PRACTICAL ECONOMY
"A Dollar Saved Is a Dollar Earned." If you
think so and want to save dollars, read this ad carefully and
follow it up with a,visit to this truly great store
..Bargains in Lace Curtains
Mr. Valentine. "I have consulted all
of the butchers in the city, have talked
to the boy who picks up nickels in the
summer time driving the milkers to
pasture, and have studied the cowboy
romances of. the prairies, and I have
found but one piece of advice in, all of
this research."
"And, pray, what is that?" asked the
deputy.?
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THE GREATEST VALUES OF THE ENTIRE SEASON
v:y:'.:
These Curtains are Ifi Arabiansi, Irish Point,
Nottingham, Bat ten burgs, Renaissance, Ruffled and Muslin.
yi/e mention but a few of our special values below:
CURTAINS
Abo an elegant assortment of Madras, Orientals, Tapestry ana
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"It is simply this: Approach the
heifer always on ther ight side. Touch
her gently on the upper portion of the
hip', dop te stool down gently on the
ground in close proximity to the off hind
leg. Take your seat complacently and
with much docility nad composure, and
with malice aforethought and premedi
tated, place your right hand on the left
fore teat and your left on the right hind
teat, and as you compress them in your
hands with a tender, loving grasp, in
soothing, assuring tones, repeat the
words:
'So, boss..'
"The cow is yOur's then she's safe
within your embrace. Hang on and
the court's orders will be duly eja?1
cuted."
$13.50 ROUND TRIP:
St Faul, or Minneapolis to Chicago,
via the Chicago Great Western Rail
way. Tickets on sale Nov. 29 to Dec.
1 inclusive, good to return until Dec. 7
on account of. the International Live
further particulars apply to J. P. Elmer.
3. P. A., C. G. W. Ry., Chicago, 111.
Stock Exposition -'at Chicago. For
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Arabian Curtains,
A pairs of Extra Fine Arabian
Curtains, regular price $5.25 a
pair. Our special price, per
pair
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING,
APPLIQUED EFFECTS.
6 pairs of Arabian Curtains, neat
designs, cheap at $3.75. Our spe
cial offer, per pair,
$3.25
6 pairs Arabian Curtains, rich ef
fects. worth $4.50 a pair. Our
special price, per pair,
$3.
6 pairs Arabian Curtains, heavy
Applique design, good value at
$5.00 a pair. While they last,
choice, per pair, at
$4.25
$4.50
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SILK
CURTAINS
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Fargo,
North Dak
and Couch
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Xi an cfrdeal which all
women approach with
indescribable fear, for
Covers^
WHAT OTHERS SAY.
C. E. Wilson: At my residence, 7
o'clock this morning, the thermometer
registered four degrees below zerol1
F. L. Gage, Master Workman: The
regular" meeting of Fargo Lodge, No.
5, A. O. U. W., occurs' this evening
Installation of officers and business pf
more or less importance should call
for a good attendance.
Miss Marie Rosenthal (by letter): I
used to be Mrs. Marie Joseph, but am
no longer the wife of A. Joseph. Any
of my friends desiring to call upon me
or write me can find me keeping house
for my father, Mr. Rosenthal, at No.
587 Olive Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Colonel Crockett: A nephew of Mrs.
Crockett arrived yesterday from Ann
Arbor University quite unexpectedly.
He bad been called by 'phone to Lang
don, N. D., to attend. the hearing of
Barry, whose trial is'on for murder.
Young Furnham was connected with a
bank where Barry came shortly^ after
murder. w-.
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THE CHAMPIONSHIP S
Wahpeton Gazette: Two football
games which, decided the championship of
North and South Dakota were played
during the past week and the results
were favorable to North. Dakota, Tbe^
South Dakota University, which is by
aTV*ST.vy»fi- li
Sfif! Kffifftf'foMr !AWiSnJ? TfdVEStfErfy Wf/'
far the best team that state, played piaoa in your body when you est ion
with the University of North Dakota proper food. Tour body ia a workshop
and the agricultural college and was de- and in it are xollHona and millions of
feated both times, the scores bein& 6-0 workers—tiaaue builders. In the atontach
and 22-0. The agricultural college alone there are more than Are million of
again claims the championship of the these workers, whose busideaa it la to de
two states. I viae the means to build the body. If the
o o y o u eat is of a poor quality those
SENATOR DEITRICH INDICTED.
Nebraska Senator la Accused el Traffkklns
in Postofllce Job*.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 17.—Tlie United
States grand jury last night returned
true bills against United States Sena
tor Charles H. Dietrich and Postmast
er Jacob Fisher, of Hastings, Neb.,
charging them with bribery and con
spiracy. Senator Dietrich is charged
with accepting a bribe of $2,500 frpm
Fisher in consideration of which Fish
er was recommended for ^Ostmasteir at
Hastings.
..-.SIX YEAR TERMS,
Washington. No '. 17.—Representa
tive Gaines (Tenn.) introduced a reso
lution proposing an amendment to the
constitution of the United States as fol
lows: "The president of the United
States shall hold his office during one
term of six years and.no person, hav
ing once been president, either by elec
tion or succession, shall be again elig
ible. V-
ILLINOIS ODD FELLOWS.
Springfield, 111., Nov. 17.—This
Odd Fellows' week in Springfield and
nearly 2,000 members of the order are
gathered from all parts of the state to
celebrate the occasion. Meetings will
be held by all three branches of the or
der, the £rand lodge meeting in the
state capitol this afternoon and even
injg, and the grand encampment con
vening at the same place tomorroW.
The order of Rebekah will also hold
its annual meeting and all three bodies
will choose officers for the coming
year. Chicago, Peoria, Rockford,
Freeport, Jacksonville and other cities
of the state are represented among the
many visitors.
BOSTON TERRIER SHOW
ftoston, Mass., Nov. 17.—-That" 'di
minutive and sporty specimen of the
canine race, the Boston terrier, reach
ed its apotheosis today in Horticul
tural Hall, where a bench show for his
especial exhibition was opened under
the auspices of the Boston Terrier
Club. It is the biggest collection of
the famous little animal ever brought
together, and the competition promises
to be exceedingly keen. The cham
pions Roxie, Bonnie, Lord Derby and
Chauncy are competing for the special
prizes and a number of other prize
winning dogs are benched. Society is
taking a lively interest in the affair and
the exhibition promises to be a huge
success from every point of view.
PECULIAR ACCIDENT.
Williston, N. D., Nov. 17—The steam
pipe on train No. 3, broke "yesterday
setting the car on fire, and one of the
gas tanks, "holding gas" for the lighting
of. he baggage car, exploded.,
Freight Brakeman Charles Gates and
Express Messenger Selvig were bjown
fcpm the car. The car was being pump
fcd! Ujp to the water tank to put out the
fire when the explosion occurred. The
shock was felt for three miles.
The injured are: Messenger Selvig,
fafe..and hands cut .and badly bruised
Brakeman Gates,,badly injured Brake
man H. M. Smith, legs bruised Brake
man H. Lewis, shaken up Conductor
Campbell, bruised. All the inju^eil ^ill
recover.
CONGRESS OF RELTGlOttS/
Rockford, 111., Nov. 17.—Leaders of
various denominations are gathered in
Rockford to take part in a congress of
religions, modeled after the great con
gress of religions held in Chicago
during the World's Fair. The opening
takes place tonight in the First Con
gregational Church, with the Rev. Dr.
H. W. Thomas, president of the
World's Congress of Religions, pre
siding. Leading features of the even
ing's programme are .to be addresses
by Professor Matthews of the Univer
sity of Chicago on "The Present Out
look in Bible Criticism," and by Rev.
^Joseph Stolz, Rabbi of Isaiah Temple,
^Chicago, on "The Religious Message
of Israel to the Twentieth Ceiitury."
The sessions of the congress are to
-continue until Saturday.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c..:
SA.W TWO GOOD GAMES: 1 five million tollers—these fire millions of
•PT TI.„ little nllcroscopie pepsin makers—strike,
Ben Lemke says The Carido Demo-
nn
crat: "I went down to see that famotrs builders in other parts of the body also
Minnesota-Michigan football game, and «trtks threap sympathy..^ »ey.: f*y
strtkf flOr bat n abort time,'bei'it
it was worth all the time and. inonify
enough,to thr^r a lot of the
spent and more. I have been congratu- intrlAte t^htoery in tha| WoatfMfiU
lating myself ever since on seeing tfie workshop tit yours out
finest and most exciting football garte j18^ manaer of tro«hle^ J^/
that has ever taken place in the welt.
It was worth $50 to see it, and if 1,
could sci It again, and didn't have the.!
money, I'd go and mortgage the farss.
The article that was handed out On
Northrup field w^s pure, unadulter«
ated football, made for champions!
purposes ip the two states and tun
out" to win. There was consideral
slugging Heston and Schact, those t]
football, wonders, fairly made,
earth tremble in their line-smai
rushes. On the way back I saw
contest between the Fargo Agricul
College and the Minnesota se
team, at Fargo, and that was also v
good. The North Dakota boys
fighter than the Minnesota!^ bv .ft
twenty pounds to the man, but
e their
A GREAT LABOR STRIKE.'
Xillions of Workers Out
One of the greatest labor strikes you
can poaslblr Imagine is that which takes
mimona and millions of"other tissue
Is to supply that vast
vhloh'build it with
ani for-this tto*
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SOCIAL EVENT OF NEXT WEEK
Rescue Hook and Ladder Co. WIS Writ# a
Bright Pace la It* SMW History.
The chief social event of next week
will be the twentieth anntfal ball to be
given by the members of the Rescue
Hook and Lader Co on Thanksgiving
evening. At a largely attended and en
thusiastic meeting of the members of
the company last night arrangements
were perfectedand committees appoint
ed looking towards making this, the
twentieth annual ball, the great clirasx
of their many successful social under
takings and one of the brightest page£
in the history of the organization.
While the programme of entertainr
ment has not been entirely completed
it is known that there will be maiiy nelv
and novel features introduced of a
character calculated to entertain and
delight both young .and old, and the
pleasure loving should bear in mind
the date and make no other arrange
ments for Thanksgiving night.
The brave boys who go to make up
the membership of this company have
given valuable service, for which they
have been" poorly paid, and there is not
a property owner or business man who
is' not directly obligated, and who
should feel it his personal duty to see
that this ball is a triumphant success,
both from a social and financial stand
point. A committee will visit you dur
ing the next few days, and they will
expect you to make a liberal demon
stration of your appreciation. The gay
and light hearted, who will be the ac
tual participants in the pleasures, of Oiis
function, can look forward, j[he
"time of their lives."
0#HAT IS CATARRH
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HYOMEI CURES THIS COMMON
AND DISAGREEABLE DISEASE!
jllyomef curis Catarrh by *tMT iiitfple
method of breathing it into the air pas
sages and lungs. It kills the germs of
catarrhal poison, heals and soothes
the irritated mucous membrane, enters
the blood with the oxygen and kills
the germs present there, effectually
driving this disease from the system.
The complete Hyomei outfit costs
but $1.00 and comprises an inhaler, a
bottle of Hyomei and a dropper. The
inhaler will last a lifetime and ad
ditional bottles of Hyomei can be ob
tained for 50c.
If you have any of the following
symptoms, catarrhal germs are at work
somewhere in the mucous membrane
of the nose throat, bronchial tubes or
tissues, of the lungs.
offensive breath
dryuess of the noqe
pain acrots the eyes
pain in back of the
head
pais in front of the
head
tendency to take oold
burning pain in the
throat
hawking to blear the
throat
pain in the chest
a cough
stitch in side
losiog of f}esh
vaiiaole uppottto
low spirited at times
raising
of
hnskiness tf vote*
discharge from nose
stoppage of the nose
at night
aching of the body
droppings in throat
mouth open while
sleepini
frothy mu-
cons
expectorating yellow
matter
difficulty in breathing
froqueutsneeiin*:"
ck of the
tickling
palate
formation of crusts
in the nose
dryness of the throat
in the morning
losa of strength
spasms of coughing
cough short am hack
ing
cough worse nights
and mornings
loss in vital force
a feeling of tightness
across the upper
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Hyomei will destroy activity of all
catarrhal germs in,the respiratory or
gans and in a few weeks the cure will
be complete.
This is a strong statement, bttt the
Waldorf Pharmacy emphasizes
a
k
rs
it by
agreeing to refund your money if Hy
omei dots not cure.
SALE OF LAND
Notice is hereby given, that under
authority of an order of sale granted
by the Hon. A. G. Hanson, judge of the
County Court of the Couhty of Cass, in
the state of .North Dakota, dated the 6th
day of November A. D., 1903, the execu
tor of the last will of Richard Car
nine, late of the city of Fargo, in the
county of Cass and state of North Da
kota, deceased, will sell at private sale
to the highest bidder, for cash, subject
to confirmation by the judge of said
cotmty court, the following described
lands, to-wit:
All of the southwest quarter (sw144)
of section numbered thirty-four
(34)
$
in
township numbered one hundred forty
one (141)' north, of range numbered
forty-nine (49) west of the fifth prin
cipal meridian, and all of the northeast
quartet (ne of section nmpbefed
four (4) in township numbered one
hundred forty (140) north, of range
numbered forty-nine (49) west of the
fifth principal meridian.
The sale will be made on or after
the 30th day of November, A, D., 1903.
All bids must be in writing, and may be
left at my residence No. 119, Twelfth
Street North, Fargo, North Dakota, or
filed with the judge of said county court
or delivered to the undersigned person
ally. James C. Carnine,
Executor of the Last Will of Richard
Carnine, Deceased.
Dated November 18th, A. Dy iypj.
Augustus Roberts, V
Attorney for Executory,
60 Broadway, Fargo, N. D.
(P. Daily Nov. i8th, 2$th, '03.)
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The Factory Is the
Place to Buy
FURS
At a great saving. Inspection will
prove profitable to intending pur-J
chasers.
SnjJerb Assortrtiefrt^of
'mXtUR NECKWEAR
In Sable, Mink, Black Marten,
Alaska Bear, Fox, Chinchilla, Er
raiae^nd Siberia* Squirrels-
MUfFS
to match of the finest quality and
workmanship.
FUR COATS
df th6 finest grades of Alaska Seal,
Natural or Dyed Otter and Persian
Lamb, combining in the highest
degree style, fit and finish to *give
them a distinctive individuality
entirely their own. ~yf
Denis Bros
FURRIERS,
Ne. 108 Broadway, Fargo
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The Pianos we sell have made
a reputation for themselves,
and have gained a place at the
Pinnacle of Piano Popularity
by their own merits, sweetness
of tone, easy and responsive
action, beauty of design shown
in the cases. Durability, in
fact, by e/erything that goes
tpward making piano perfec
tion. The musical value of a
piano depends largely on its
tone. Our pianos are noted
for long sustained, or singing
qualities, produced by a homeo
genous arrangement of the
entire instrument, and the care
given to the smallest details of
construction. No other pianos
approach their beauty, grandeur
ana volume. You wiH only
need to hear them to appre
ciate their merits. If you want
to get the best for your money,
don't buy until you figure here.
You can name your own terms.
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