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TEN WORDS
ONE WEEK
FIFTY CENTS
after
first
inser
tion
Rates for Classified Advertis
ig: One-half cent a word per
Insertion after first insertion 25
ttnts for first insertion of any ad
top to 25 words—then one cent a
word.
0008, DOGS. D008.
pEDIQBEED—Ball Terriers and Great Danes.
n always on hand, dogs at stud, all other non
Sporting breeds for sale. Dogs boarded by week
ST"—
asr&JXDss^""0™1 F•«-"i"»«••
POSITIONS WASTED
SWEEP Phone 535U. John
CHIMNEY
Regan.
RANTED—Position by good stenographer.
$J" Address Stenographer, care Forum.
^JL/ANTED—Position
Sew
by competent lady sten-
ographer three years' experience. Ad
dress J., care Forum.
4l7ANTED—By man, or by man and woman,
position on a farm for the winter, or
^nigor man will take full charge or otherwise
will take work at other business. Box 137,
Salem, N. O.
A NYONE in need of a first class janitor with
engineer's license sober and reliable can
fgrnish good references. Last place of employ
ment at the Granite Block, Watertown, 8. D.
lam a colored man. Address George Williams,
$0 East Grant Street, Minneapolis, Minn.
POSITIONS TO FILL
%X7ANTED—Good, industrious boy. Apply at
J** Forum.
ANTED—Girl for housework 95 per week.
8-F., care Forum.
COMPETENT LADY COMPOSITOR W«
•V/ wages. Press, Dickinson,
N.
Glrh
•:ti
wanted—Good
ANTED—A barber at once steady job. F.
A. Woodward, Park River, N. D.
WANTED—For general housework, fam
ily of three. 219 Ninth Street North.
/•MRL WANTED for general housework small
family good TOges. 409 Eighth Street
South.
X17ANTED—Competent girl for general house
work family of throe. Mrs. E. D. Cham
pine, 910 Fourth Avenuo South,
ITT ANTED—A man to take care of furnace and
,¥» sweep paths good wages. 7i5 Eighth
Street South, or 'phone No. 366.
"MrANTED—First class woman cook fpr the
Hotel Antlers, Grand Forks. Apply at
Botel, or at Preseott Hotel, Fargo.
MALE HELP WANTED.
ARE
YOU WILLING TO HUSTLE for a good
salary and expenses? If so, address, with
references, Columbia Publishing House, Mione
dpoltSt- -vx. V fevtjH"--. **.
CPLENDID OPPORTUNITY to learn barber
trade. Write for free catalogue. Moler
Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn., MacGregor
& Anderson, Proprietors.
MAN
with references for commercial traveler,
to call on merchants and agents experi
ence not required salary, $24 per week, with ex
penses advanced. National, Caxton building,
Chicago.
•TVHE Minnesota Barber Institute is the only
place that teaohes the trade thoroughly
from the beginning satisfaction guaranteed
particulars free. Minnesota Barber Institute,
100 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
^TABLISHED^HOUSET^hQh^t financial
standing, will pay capable woman, fair sal
ary and advance expenses to travel with Christ
mas novelties. Address Manager, Room 305 In
surance Exchange Building. Minneapolis.
AGENTS WANTED.
/GENTLEMAN of food address call on H. P.
V Shears at Elliott House, between the hours
Of 6 :30 and 8 p. m.
X*7ANTED—Ladies or gentlemen with a fair
education to travel for a Arm of $250,000.00
capital. Salary $21.00 per week and expenses,
paid weekly. Address or call upon Mrs. J. A,
Waters, Washington House, Fargo, N. D.
X17ANTFD—Two or three ftrictly good men to
canvass state of Minnesota and part of
Wisconsin, for a strictly high grade, fast-selling
article. Rustlers can make big money. Lock
Box 248, Fargo, N. D.
NOTIOl.
IBERAL REWARD will be paid for the ap
prehension of one John Kfohn, about 24
years old, weighing about 170 pounds. When
last seen was wearing dark suit of ro.ugh texture
and straight, broad brimmed, blaok hat, wa i ac
companied by a 15-year tad boy. whom he en
ticed away fror his home at Gardner, Saturday
night. Boy wore sack suit of dark material,
his name ia Harry Colby. Any information as
to their whereabouts will be appreciated. No
tify J. A. Colby, Gardner, N. D,
MA8SUE8E.
"JUT ASSAGE, manicure, shampooing, scalp
W treatment. Miss M. EL Chase, First Na
tional Bank building, over Wilser's drug store.
DBEssKAinre.
t^ASHIONABLF^DBKSMAKING. -Mrs A.
Livlugston, 827 Ninth Avenue South*
r\RESSMAKING—Mrs Mclntrre has opened
17
8!
dressmaking parlors at 1101 Third Avenue
South. First oiass work guaranteed.
WA*T1DT0BDT.
FANTKD—To bay a second-hand light spring
wagon for one horse. O. W. Kerr, Fargo.
|BRY DINKY CONTRIBUTIONS.
J^ltbodist Psater at HgaUtoa Say's tiM Contii*
kstitm Average Leas Thm Ost C««t.
y Hamilton Independent: The an
frdm the p«lpit ^qn
day evening of Rev. A. E. Coomb of
||J e Hamiltdn Methodist Chur6h that
tjb£ contributions of his ch.uixh woisjta
ndt average one cent a person for th%
Congregation rat^'r trices one's brtatn
away. And Hamiko^'iA more than or
dinarily religiq^«Ijr itK|iJiited, too.
It would seem thif ||twho enter tty|
house of 0^*
penny vp*
then?
Rev
theyoun0 6
to rrniemfcer
A"
to do so
go
^pHE "man who never lost a dollar" in
real estate is the man who always
sets aside a part of his investment for advertising.
:.i
TEN WORDS
ONE WEEK
FIFTY CENTS
word
after
first
inser
tion
Rates for Classified Advertis
ing: One-half cent a word per
insertion after first insertion 25
cents for first insertion of any ad
up to 25 words—then one cent a
word.
Kifi tftrr.
Furnished room. 201 Fourth
Street North.
F°5u??N.T-Farni8h«» rooms, modern. 1101
4
Third Avenue South.
'TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS. Enquire at
Fargo Steam Laundry.
ROB HE NT—Nicely furniBhed room. Inquire
at 32 Tenth Street North.
'T*WO FURNISHED ROOMS, heated, for rent,
reasonable. 710 Front Street.
cottage, modern, on
Tenth Street North. E. A. Perry,
LORa RENT—Furnished rooms, in roite or
single. 1208 Second Avenue South.
Tf OR RENT—Furnished rooms, including
lor. Inquire 618 Fifth Street North.
COR RENT—Two office rooms, warehouse,
basement: all steam heated office could be
used for light housekeeping also furnished
rooms to rent. W. A. Kneer.
COR RENT—Store room and basement in
.. °P?.ra noose annex. Cinar and oandy priv
iiWi 2P«ra house goes with store. Call at
Walker Bros, ic Hardy.
WANTED TO RENT.
XX7ANTED—Desk room in some office.
dress Box 464, Fargo.
pOR SALE—Good mare, run-about, robber
"UK8T.
and
Sixth Avenue North.
*DOARp AND BOOMS—Can be had at Mrs.
F. A. Paige s, |21 Tenth Street South.
OST—An opal ring, at Matoon's Restaurant.
on Monday noon. A suitable reward will
be paid by returning to The Forum office.
OST—Black Spaniel pup about six months
old, wearing collar with nam* of Charlie
Fields an same. Finder please return to 717
Tenth Avenue North.
OST—A lady's gold watch Saturday evening.
between corner Sixth Avenue and Fifth
Street North and the poetoffioe. Suitable re
ward for Us return to Forum oAqe.
OST-jOn Sunday, the Fifteenth, a little black
pooketbook containing money and iSapers,
with owner's name on same. A reward of flO.OO
will b» mid upon return of poeketbook and con
tents to Hotel Waldorf.
amount of reli§ion is limited—it looks
that way—else the contribution box
would be heavier.
But after all the real cause of the sad
showing made by church members is
tO'car^k$im iss. Their
inCej^ions are jfN^viii(|||^|vt.hey are
too
many loot^in ni|«r mirrot, %efore go
tofte and
money,
id 00
•k str
from the city limits of Fargo.
par-
"POR RENT—One soven-room house with small
barn. Apply 732 First Street North.
fWO FURNISHED ROOMS—All modern con
veniences. 1024 Second Avenue North.
COR RENT—Desk room in well equipped of-
fices.
Apply F. F. Lincoln, Magill Bldg.
PURNISHED BOOMS FOR RENT-Lighted,
heated and bath, 314 Eighth Street 8outb.
DOR RENT—Comfortable room, suitable for
two with board. 817 Second Avenue North.
C?OR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms for light
housekeeping, at 412 Fourth Street North.
K0R KENT—Three furnished or unfurnished
rooyis, singly or en suite. Fulton Market
T?OR RENT—Furnished or unfurnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. 524 Broad
way.
pOR RENT —Office rooms, heated, Fargo
Storage & Transfer Co. building, &5 Broad
way
Is BONT SUITE of rooms in Cantieny Block on
jjJj Broadway, for rent. W. J. Lane, 8mith
pOR RENT—Two-room flat in Lewis & Brag
_don Block, No. 110 Broadway, ^quii# 006
N. P. Avenue.
BURNISHED room, at low rent, for ladies
.only board can be had next door. Apply
ot j09 Eighth Street North.
COR RENT Three pleasant, conveniently
furnished rooms for light housekeeping
private enttftpce. 701 Th^rtfipnth Strftfit South.
585
Ad-
F0R SALE.
pOR 8ALE—Two horses two sets of double
harness one lumber wagon. 11 Eighth
Street South.
SifiOl) six-hole Ohio Steel Range, in
01U.UV good order. 8. B. Clary, »15Tlfth
Avenue South.
harness. Call, or address
109 Sixth Avenue North.
COR SALE—Or rent, until spring, a six-i
cottage, partly furnished. Address
340 postoffice, or 711 N. P. Avenue.
-room
Box
COR SALE-Cash register, used only four
months National make, No. 79 will be sold
at a snap, George H. Connpton, Fargo.
BU8IVE88 CHANCE.
{5 00 A DAY—SelJing two necessary novelties.
$u.UV Sample 10c. Get in line and make
money. Dept. M., Lock iBox 852, Fargo, N. D.
BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED.
"pOARD and room at reasonable rates. 421
JJ
8
w
their
is slip
gef^to
lyd^n't
is such
gnd Msi i result the
Vious
V $ y v .- -r y V ,:v ':"!"\r^ V y f:"V'
PER lien, OIE TIME, 10,25
PES INCH, ONE WEEK, $1,00
PER IHCH, OIE MOITH, $3,56
£0 RA Per acre buys 226 acres of fine
iZt*. prairie land, within four miles of
Dufrost, in Manitoba, on the east side of the
Red River on easy terms.
0*3 7R Per arre for 880 acres of fine prai
rie Irind, within 45 miles of the city
of Winnipeg terms cash. This is a bargain.
CXCHANBC Improved Iowa farms for good
.. welHmproved North Dakota
or Minnesota land in Red River Valley.
2 1A Per
acF®
two miles of station fair house, good large
barn, good granary and well. Terms only $2,000
cash, balance small annual payments or half
crop plan, with & per cent.
FOR SALE
0R
480
MRTAIWO-RORMF IITO MITT SEPTRNTTCAW, TTTBSTUY I^NFRC, IBWIRLRA' 17, MO?.
H. AMERLAND,
820 N. P. Ave.
Per acie buys a fine quarter section,
all under cultivation, only five miles
for a fine half
section
w V farm in Cass County, within
EXCHANGE for Fargo city
Property—Three fine, well-se­
lected half sections of land in western Manitoba.
1QA choice residence lots on south side
*~v each 50x140 at from $125.CO to $350.00
6&ch.
All within one to four block of now elec
tric car line.
H. G. OTIS,
Fargo National Bank Building.
GENUINE SNAPST
LOT
on Thirteenth Street South, 130x464 feet,
for $450.
Acres
improved, three miles from Re-
,8ina- Assiniboia, at $15.00 adjoiuing
land held at $20 00 to $25.00. This land raised
83 bushels of oats per acre in 1901.
1?OUR sections near railroad, south of Regiqa,
at low price and easy terms. There is prob
ably no better wheat land on the American
Continent.
XJINE SECTIONS of choice North Dakota
,, land, $8.00 per acre. This tract within nine
milea#f main line N. P. Ry. Easy tcntu.
SOPHY LAND COMPANY,
N
Smith Block, Fargo, N. D.
W. J. LANE,
Smith Block, Fargo, N. D.
Cottage of five rooms, shed, piazsa,
trees lot 90x150, $1,200 easy terms.
C/^7 New house of seven rooms, brick fonnd
i basement, back plastered,
maple and fir floors, lights. $2,750 cash $1,000
balance on monthly payments.
3/tO POUS€),
ot
eight rooms, large sheds,
barn honse has full basement, hot air
furnace, lights, water and sewer, hard wood
floore, trees, etc. good location on Southaide,
589 House of eight rooms back plastered,
brick foundation, piazza, trees, small
barn, $1,000—cash $650, balance on mortgage.
House of eight rooms, pantry, piazza
«ne trees, fence, corner lot 100x100
hardwood floor in kitchen, dining room and
hall, small fruits, small barn built in 1901.
Price $2,100.
C27 House of eight rooms, summer kitchen,
store room, cistern, lights, brick found
ation, good fence, corner lot 100x140: fine lawn
and trees. Price $3,000.
W. D. HODGSON,
Rear First National Bank.
^,oro? finest Red River Valley land in
vvv Manitoba fair buildings in high state
of cultivation 20 miles south of Winnipeg $16
per acre.
11A Acres 11-2 miles from city of Dauphin,
nan. $11 per acre.
320
4ft0
Acres 3 miles east of Hunter, N. D. fair
buildings all plowed $36 per aere.
Acr®8\ 4.
from Mapleton, N. D.
7OV B°od buildings all plowed cheapest
farm in county $30.
z Room house, new cistern, sewefr connec*
y tions, hardwood floors one bloek from pav
ing, 2 blocks from court house $2,100.
Room house, corner lot, 65x140 barn, water,
paving $2,250.
Room houae, Fourth Avenue $1,000.
fi Room new house: fnll basement sewer con-
nections corner Jot $2,750 $1,000cash bal
ance monthly payments.
if they skip a Sunday or two, and they
will get to heaven just the same.
Then there is the person who won't
contribute because he doesn't like the
preacher. He is often long on prayers
but short on change.
Many other classes of people might
be cited who fail to give to the Lord,
but the few examples mentioned will
suffice. Of course all these different
people are not found in the Hamilton
churches, but they are found in the gen
eral make up of church people.
Nevertheless, Rev. Coomb's state
ment is startling, inasmuch as it opens
our eyes to the fact that persons who
attend church are not doing as they
should. When the attendants of so fine
a church as the Hamilton Methodist
Church is, fail to give i penny apiece
for worshipping there, or hearing the
word of God spoken, it is time they are
confronted with the fact that to live,
churches must have support. Without
churches morality would soon become
an extinct word, crime would become
raifeparit and the sweetness of inno
cence would be unknown.
Let us hope all otir. ctlurches ipay fee
favored at all their meetings with at
least a penny apiece contribution.
COMING EVENTS.
Wednradtr, Nov. 8.
lady Micatxn' Ball, Stotu'i HaU.
Commercial Club inaugural party.
Tuesday. Nov. 24.
Annual meeting of Paigo Tent, Oxkr ef Maccabees.
State boatd of optometry examination at Hotel Wal
dorf.
Thtnday, Nov. 26.
Rescue H. k L. Co. annual Thanksgiving ball at
Armory.
Friday, Nov. 27.
social" fcy C. E. S. of Prcsbyt:rian Church.
Monday, Nov. 30.
Switchmen*' annual ball, Pirle's Hall.
Tueaday, Dec. 22.
Sacred concert at St. Mary'* Cathedral.
Note—All meetings are evening* unlets
otherwise specified. These announcements
will be kept standing, and we shall be glad
to have notices sent In by persons In
Interest.
CITY LOCALS.
Have Knight Printing Co. print it
Cook, signs—opp. Masonic Temple.
Watch McClane's windows for novel
ties. di Broadway.
The key to the Elite Bath and barber
shop is lost—always open.
'Phone No. 15 i! you want
a cab
night or day. Jeff Young A Co.
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 overcoats at A. Thomaire,
tailor. Seventh Street South.
Mrs. Youman's dancing class meets
tonight at Stone's Music Hall and many
new members will be present.
If it's fashionable you'll find it here,
and most reasonably priced too. Moy
& Kennedy, haberdashers, 69 Broad
way.
$94.25
f..
MARK DOWN
on Clothing means a big gain to
the purchaser.
HenryE.HanceCo.'s
SACRIFICE SALE.
Miss Jessie Smith, stenographer in
the federal court, returned yesterday
morning from a visit with friends and
relatives in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
The initial rehearsal for the great can
tata '"Elijah," will be held at Fargo Col
lege chapel this evening at 8 p. m. under
the ^irection of Professor Penniman.
Per
Month
FOR ONE HUNDRED UONTHS
Without interest, buys a home in good
condition, in desirable location.
Money to loan
on improved city property.
Fargo Building If 1 anwh Sacra-
Association '«U»U¥n tary
Constipation causes two-thirds of all
sickness in the world. Why suffer when
Rocky Mountain Tea will make you
well and keep you well? 35 cents. Fout
& Porterfield.
Carl I. Nerhaugeh,
Teacher of
Mandolin, Qultar and Violin
MaodoHn orchestra music furnished for
receptions, private parties, ctc.
Studio over Hall's Musk Store.
Mrs. Louis Ernest, Evansville, Ind.,
"Rocky Mountain Tea is splendid.
Makes sick people well. Cured me aftr
er others failed." Tea or tablet form.
35 cents. Fout & Porterfield.
Attorney. Carmody of Hillsboro was
calling on his legal friends today. He
says the weather in his town is just
about as it is in Fargo and the people
have realized that King Winter is
right here and is ruling just as harsh
ly as. ever when his dander is up.
Masonic Temple Souvenir-
FBIOJB 76 OINTS
Oaa
be bad of J. O. MoKen
at Tample, or at Forum
The types made an error Saturday
in the list of prices for West's Min
strels Wednesday evening. The prices
will be, entire lower floor $1 entire
balcony 75c and gallery 50c, as the an
nouncement now reads.
Sanitarium and Haapltal
New, comfortable and sanitary. A
home for patients while under
thehr doctor's care. Baths of every
description. Electric robe bath for
rheumatism.
MRS. 6.
,..v
now on his to Fargo to receive
the body.
Blank books—Hare Knight Mating
Co. make them.
Gunther's candies—nothing nicer—
at Fout & Porterfield's.
For wood and lignite prices! car lots,
see ad of L. B. Gibbs.
First quality cow and horse feed of all
kinds. Stanford Feed Store.
Loose leaf ledger sheets. We make
them. Knight Printing Co.
Fargo clearing house transactions
today amounted to $149,617.
Best line of phonographs and records
in city. Johnson's Cycle Supply House.
For full dress shirts, ties, mufflers
and gloves—Correct—Moy & Kenne
dy's.
•OKI BARGAIN*.
C7K0
For
small house and lot on
Northside.
(40110 A modern bouse on the
800th Side. Easy terms.
Lots from $ir0.00 up.
Cdfiflfl
,or two
"ix-room houses.
Rent for |32.00.
N. P. LOiraH, rarva HaU
9mk
Ink
Vacant lots for sale cheap, both with
in and outside city limits. F. F. Lin
coln, Magill Building.
See the unique pftoto frames for N.
D. A. C., F. C., and F. H. S. souven
irs at McClane's Art Store.
Builders' Supplies for big and little
contracts: wall-plaster, lime, cement,
etc. N. D. Tile Works. Front Street.
WIHAVE MOVED into Room
o N. P. Block (formerly occupied by Dr.
"herman), whore we will be pleased
[plain the plan of the
U. S. Installment Realty Co.
to those Interested in socuring their
own home.
DeWttt Nelson Land Co.,
Oeneral Agents.
Wanted—Girls for all kinds of work,
at once—Fargo Employment Agency,
R. R. V. Bank Block.
Ferris, Grady & Re in eke of this city
have secured the lease of the cigar and
news stand privilege in the office of
the Antlers Hotel at Grand Forks.
O E N
House of 11 rooms: bath, 2 toilets, hot
air furnace, 32 electric lights. Fine
corner Slota. Poasession Dec. 1. Will
lease for one or two years. 185.00 per
month.
W. J. Lane, Smith Block.
The funeral services over the re
mains of the late Andrew Torgerson
were conducted from the family resi
dence in Barnes Township this morn
ing at 10 o'clock. The body was in
terred at the Horace cemetery.,
WALES, Piano Tunar,
Grand Forks, M. 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. 1).
All mail will be forwarded. 1
H. J. Finney who has been the land
lord at the Hotel Tacoma, Broadway,
near the G. N. tracks, has retired and
the house has been leased to E. C. and
S. J. May wlio will conduct and man
age the house under a lease from the
owner, Mrs. M. Campbell.
Free Fuel,
Free Homesteads,
Free Railway Fare,
Cattle and Sheep on 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 overall railroads.
WM.
H.
MOWN 1 CO,
ISI
Mrs.
J. HtOMB.
Matron. 1101 Front St.,Moorhead
The death occurred last night at the
Oarrow Hospita}, Moorhead, of A. M.
Cooper fpr several months in the office
of the International Correspondence
schools in this city. More or less Mr.
CoojHtr baa been on the sick list for
about Uirae months, but a month ago
his physician ordered that he be sent
to a hospital as lie was threatened with
serious internal troubles and which ul
timately caused his death. Before
to Fargo lift Cdoper worked
for {Jpf: schools in South pakota. He
came f*4bts statejtom Chicago where
a sister living*
fcis father wild
O
yn
interment by
law who t»
La Ufc 9L,
IL 0L Write
for maps and facts.
Warden Boucher of the state peni
tentiary at Bismarck was an arrival on
the belated coast train today and he
and Editor Potter of Casselton, a
member of the board of trustees of the
penitentiary, were in conference on a
business matter connected with the in
stitution.
HARRIETT MAQILL CARTS*
Vsssl Instruatar
u i o
WILLI A NELSON BURRlTfr J!
315 South Eighth 8tra»t jj 'p,
.- telephone m, 'v- 7-^,
Billy Laural, the professional rub
ber, who left Fargo at the time of the
fire in the Edwards Building, returned
from St. Paul today and is back with
A. F. Emerson in the Turkish bath
rooms. Billy was the original rubber
for Emerson when he opened up and
has many friends who will again enjoy
his particular mode of massage.
FOR SALE
One registered, two-year old
Shropshire Ram ,weight 225 lbs.
W. H. Wright, Forgo. N. D.
Pedestrians along Front Street are
struck with the new display of heavy
pieces of glassware in the window of
the New Economy Store marked
"choice 15c." Such {foods have not
before been exhibited in Fargo at the
ririce. Satisfied customers are Milter's
best advertisements. Why not hecoine
one of them? Gw* MMIer a trial and
y«m will ask Ootbinjg better. Wftjr?
|i^tue. Stiller jpetwnna
rwuftV—these 1
ler's business success. 71
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Calumet
Baking
Powder
Nrfsot In quality.
Moderate In prloo.
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MILLERS* CLUB MEETING.
Red River Miners' Club In Monthly Sesatoa
—Trade Matters Discusscd.
Members of the Red River Millers'
Club were in regular monthly session
at the Hotel Metropole today. For
several good reasons Secretary Van
Houton stated that the attendance was
not as large as usual. There were
present besides the secretary, Asa Sar
geant of Caledonia, rpesidewt F. H.
Chapman, Jamestown H. C. Kresse,
Kindred W. F. Honey, Park River
Wm. Kelso, Hallock C. I. Gross, Moor
head S. M. Severson, Red Lake Falls,
Minn., and Mr. Tennant of the Fargo
Miling Co. Among the several matters
discussed' was the connection of the
club with the Millers' Nationol Federa
tion, the proposition to withdraw, made
in September, being reconsidered and an
action favorable to continuantion being
taken. An effort is being made to ob
tain, through federal legislation, the re
moval of the obnoxious discrimination
against American millers known as the
London dock charges applied to jtio
other country as they are against t)«^
United States.
4
The business we are doing since
OUR SACRIFICE SALE V
began will prove to you where
to get bargains.
Henry E. Hance Co.
TO HEAL THE BREACH. V
Granville Record: Reiny and Kefttfcf
Brewer have split on .4 per cent in com
paring the amount of railroad business
done in Grand Forks and Fargo, and
Reiny asserts that nothing but weiner
wursts and sauer kraut will heal the
breach.
ALL DRUtiQISTS sell the stuff that
will knock that cold and sore throat
—H. W. BARKER'S Cough Catarrh
Consumption Remedy.
AFTER SAMPLES.
Milnor Teller: W. F. Cushing, word
ing in connection with the department of
agriculture of the state, for grain ex
hibits at the St. Louis Exposition, has
written to interesting parties in Milnor
in regard to securing some good grain
exhibits from this country. Those who
have some good wheat are requested to
bring in ten bushels to the mill. One
bushel is cxpected to be donated while
the nine bushels will be paid for, at full
market value. Flax, barley, oats aud
other varieties are wanted also. Con
siderable interest should he given this
matter, as it is of great importance to
this county.
WITHSTOOD THE FLAMESv
Fargo, N. D., June 16., 1893.—Otry
Safe Co., Buffalo, N. Y.—Gentlemen:
I was the fortunate owner of a Cary
Safe Co.'s safe, and am pleased to say
that during the time I was the possess
or of said safe I was well suited and
satisfied with it. And when the great
conflagration struck the city of Fargo
on June 7, 1893, 1 am glad to say that
my books and papers stood the test
remarkably well, and the safe came out
500 per cent better than two-thirds of
the safes that went through the great
fire. I 'commend and recommend the
Cary safe. Respectfully and truly,
•/&:
J. C. McKendry.
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