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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, December 02, 1903, Image 11

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HAVE ft complete line off John
ston & Murphy, Dr. Reed's
celebrated cushion, W. L. Doug
las and Hathaway, Soule & Har
rington's Men's fine Shoes also
The Ptngree Co's. fine Ladles'
Shoes, C. P. Ford &,Co's. fine
Ladles' Shoe and Medlow &
Holmes Co's. fine Ladies' ghoes.
E. C. KINNEAR.
60 Broadway, -Fargo.
HE necessity erf
of Furs in Win­
ter is as apparent as
stil#'the' desirability .of
Kavidg them good.
GORDON Furs
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Minneapolis, points
east and aonth Aber
deen, Mitchell and
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All Hcrvlce dally except Sunday.
Sleehcr from Fargo 7:40 p. m. arrives In
Minneapolis 7:09.
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**aul 7:40 next
morning.
five nigh class and modern trains from
St. l'a\il and, Minneapolis for Milwaukee
aud Chicago dally.
TtaoTlONEKK LIMITED, famous train
of the world leaves Minneapolis 0 p. m.
and St. I'nul 0:30 p. m. dally. This train
la a marvel of beauty and perfecllou.
Kquipped with private compartment cars,
first clans standard sleeper with berth
higher 'Wider and longer than those of any
other sleeper In America buffet drawing
room smoker, free chair ear coaches—em
bodying all home comforts.
For tkkets, full information regarding
lowest fq^tep ,to all points, reservation of
berths In sleeper from Pargo or on tne
I'lONJCHIt LIMITED from St. Paul, see
J. H. Degnan, agent, Kargo, or write W.
B. Dixon, Northwestern Passenger Agent,
Mt. Paul, Minn.
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No. 5 *81. Paul Local...
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5:40 a. m.
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'Dally except Sunday.
All others aally.
5 an p. ns.
640 a. as
7:00 a. •.
10 45 p. m.
9:85p.m.
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1:32 p. a
10:19 p. a
W«lnii4n', Dic,
Wednesday, lab
CJraia Growtn' conveatlon.
N. t. Poultry Shew.
Have Knight Printing Co. print it.
Cook, signs—opp. Masonic Tetnple.
Blank book»—Hmte Kaigfct Ptiating
Co. make them.
First quality cow and horse feed ol all
kinds. Stanford Feed Store.
Gunther's candiefr-rftirthfaf toictr—
at Fout & Porterfield's.
The key to the Elite Bath $ftd/barbcr
shop is lost—always open.
Skates and skates- sharpened at Jonh
son's Cycle Supply House.
Fresh roasted coffee ioc to $i—Err
del's Coffee House. 'Phone 718. '.
Take our word for it. Come to our
store and get a package of Rocky
Mountain Tea. Ifit-fiU.8 to cure you,
get your money. TKat's fair. 35 cents.
Fout & Porterfieli .'••
*S4.35P*rMokllk
FOB ON* irCIfOBXIt MOIITB*
Withonl -Jn «0°4
ktlOtt.
Money to loan
on improved elty property.
Fargo Bntldinf U 1 amJi Beor*-
Asaoeiatlon tary
Remember the lectures of Prof.,/P.
O. Strommfc of Madison. Wis., .at the
First Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran
Church, corner Roberts Street and
Fourth Avenue North tonight and to
morrow night. Wednesday and Thurs
day at 8 p. m. Norwegian lectufe to
night. admission 25 cents: English lec
ture tomorrow night, subject, "Humor
and Humorists.' Admission .50 cents,
students 25 cents.
WALB81 Piaao tunat,
OtwM roffks* If. D*
PrlneipalSoate: Grand Porks to OfMt
Falls, lloot. Groat Falls t6 Helena, Hel*
•na to Fargo. N D., Fargo 'to Grand
Forks. Address to Grand Forks, N. D,
All aall will be forwarded.
THE FARGO- FOBUM AND DAILY
EVENTS.
TkndiVi Dttir 3.
Congregational Church au#pst and bazar la ttsib
Lawtcocc Butidtng. -vj
Satufday, 5.
Efloi' song tccltjl and social.
Smftv,Atbi,
Elb' Mugrtid •ervicc.at
9.
Strlo« teeSfUoa and ball.
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"j-.i Tucsiar. jQ^ IS. ..
Amattur btfliard toaia*iittn« bitgiiu^
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Thtxeday, Ja«v 21.
convention..
Grain i
__„.n G»oW—
N. D, Potntry Shiv. ?2&<
Note—All nwetteil'-v4iiit e^eHinis qnleaa
otherwise sp««I0ed. Tb4M aanounfleUants
will be kept Svpajagr and We shall be glad
to iujve n^tloee sent In by persons In
Interest.
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CITY LOCIlLS.
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Have your bik^ .stored and insured at
Johnson's Cycle Supply House.
Masonic Temple Souveni
OaNTS
Tample,
'Phone Mo.- 15 II you wapt a cat—
night or\dar. Jeff Young
4
Co.
Loose feaf ledger sheets. W« make
them.. Knight Printing Co.
Try ground oyster. sheljs and grist,
egg food for chickens, at Stanford's.
Sanltirlum and Hospital
N 6
wr com portable and santt^ry A
hpm for patients while' under
tneir doctor's c&re/ Baths of every
description. Electric robe bath for $
•nieumatism. MM.
e.
4. MatORO, 5
Matron.- .noi Front St.,Moorhead s
The true and final te?t of Hour ^s
baking, visit the testing rooms of t)&
"Dwight Flour" mi^s«,
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O
Ar.fma
"Flyer," Fergus Falls.
oo :4a p. a.
»J0 a. a.
oi:i5 p, a.
'Mi&aut&i.
l:3Sp.m
1009p.a.
4
Rome and Greece owed theif ftien's
manliness and strength and their fair and
handsome women to their, public and pri
vate baths antf Fargo* fyas, at
the Marvin Earl Cox Beauty
Parlors as splendidly equipped
baths as can be found in any .city
Here all kinds of baths can be obtained,
with expert attendants, at reasonable
prices. Separate apartments for each
sex.
E N
Itoasei
eonMr s a
lease for one or two ye*rs. 185.00 par
aonth.
W.J. Un^Soplth GHKA.
Wayne SouUi, living on the Sargent
farqi, ^eat^ii^jia, was brought to the
city placed in the hos
pital/ suffering with a broken leg and
serhous iiajuries to hiirWck. While en*
ing easy today and it is thought that
he will recover.
Remember the holiday opening at Mc
Clane's art store Thursday, Dec. 3.
It's not luck, it's results. That's why
people buy their cigars at the Owl
Cigar Store y .*
FARM
F'.j
4Tu*Aar,DK.
22v
S*cf«d concwi at^jWary'i Catbek^t.
HftffilT,Dtc 2*.
Keystone A. H., clfcjajM) of ottiMH.
*f ucaday, Jan. »9.
Grain Growers' convcntirjki ^envenetu^ V
N. D. Ktultry Show.
N.
P.
v
suits
'WW£
Friday,
Grata Gnv« cobvaatioo.
N. D. Poultry Show. ,'i
L6ANS
Payable On or Before.
At Lowest Rates.
L0UCN, rar«« Mall Baak
Everything in
wholesale prices
Store.
the smokers line at
at the Owl Cigar
Latest styles and fabrics for men's fall
suits and overcoats at A. Thonaure,
tailor. Seventh Street Souih.
Builders' Supplies ior big and little
contracts: wall-plaster, lime, cement,
etc. N. D. Tile Works. Front Street
Don't, miss the Henry E. Hance Co.
sample line for sale, highest grade, fur
and fur-lined coats, 514,516 Front
Street.
There is nothing so practical as a
suit case jr satchel, for a Christmas
present. Monson lfas fe. larger stock
than'evert'
Mr. and Mrs. $. Frank Campbell of
Edgeley are spending a few days with
James D. Carpenter and family pre
vious to an extended trip to the coast.
^BNAVl MOVED into Room
P. Block (formerly occupied by Dr.
herman), where wa will be pleased to
llhera
explain the plan of the
U. S. Installment Realty Co.
to those interested in securing tbeir
own home.
DeWitt Nelson Land Co.,
General Agents.
The Ladies' Aid of Plymouth Church
will meet with Mrs. Mae Vidger, 408
Roberts Streeet. Friday at 2:30. A full
attendance is desired.
"fhc Fargo Hardware Co. just re
ceived a new consignment of the cele
brated Stransky Enamel ware. It
the cheapest and best made.
Neat fraqies, suitable for cabinet pic
tures that will make a. nice Christmas
present, especially if they contain a
photo from Erickson^s ground floor
studio. N. P. Avejitte
Sarah Curtis, Detroit—'"My face wq.s
in «uch horrible shape I was ashamed
to go out doors. Rocky Mountain Tea
made my lace rosy, soft and fair." 35
cents. Fout &' Porterfield.
The busiest place in the city Thursday
evening. Dec. 3, will be the Robb
Lawrence Building, where the ladies of
the First Congregational Church will
serve a chicken pie supper at 5 cen|sA
in cdniiection. withI'their bazaar.-
President Mainland. C. S. Thompson
of Oshkosh. Wis., and Sinclair Main
land of Green Bay, Wis., interested in
the Union Light, Heat & Power. Co.,
arrived at the Waldorf yesterday aft
ernoon and will remain in the city for
a few days.
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 linksim Stale Mats
si huruii
•e^ dee* 8 WaMur Meek, First Ave. N., Farpe.
Last evening Justice Ryan united in
marriage Sylvanus A Brady of this
city^nd Cora D. Kellutn of Moorhead.
The bride is a popular lady of Moor
head and the groom is connected with
the collection department of the Inter
national Harvester Co.
Manager Edwards of the telephone
company wishes to notify patrons and
those contemplating putting in 'phones,
that the company will issue a new di
rectory very soon and all changes of
address, etc., should be sent in at once
in writing in order to get them into the
new book
On Friday morning the annual sale
of state school lands will take place iii
the officc of the county auditom and
treasurer. While the acreage is not
jis great as in former years the prop
erty to be sold is some of the best in
the country and bidding will undoubt
edly be spirited*
The ladies of the First Qnigregational
•Church will give a bazaar Thursday.
Dec, 3, at the RobJ^-Lawrence building
Admission is free. Hie prettiest Christ
mas presents to be found in the city
will be on sale and the me Home Jour
nal booths will be things of beauty.
Freeman's Studio
is well equipped for doing your
Christmas work—No dissapoint
ment if you come in season. All
work guaranteed satisfactory.
The Northern Pacific Refrigerator Car
Co., offers its slaughter house at Medora,
N. D.„ tent free, to any responsible party
who will start, any industry therein. It
also offers, rent free, a large store
building, with cooling room* cellar and
living rooms, to any responsibly party
'who will open a genera) store therein.
Apply to the company at Medora, N. D.
Miss Martin, the missionary, will be
present at the meeting of the Woman's
Forjeijgjii Missionary Society at Mrs.
i4«pttre's. Tilird Avenue South
REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBEH. 2, 1903
o'clock in the parlors of the First
Es Church.
'1 hie wonderful talking doll at the
First Congregational Church bazaar at
the Robb-Lawrence building Thursday
will be a treat for the children. Don't
let them miss, it.»
Ea-rl M. Shaw,
the ao-year-old ^on
B£ |ind and sympathetic,
find an
outlet.
will be
and
of
the 1 secretary of the treasuryrhas been
appointed a clerk in the insolvent divi
sion tot" the comptroller of -the cur
rency's office.
The chicken pie supper given by the
ladies of the First Congregational
Chmiflch Thursday, Dec. 3. from .5:30 to
8 -*3o will -be the event of the week Don't
forget the place, the Robb-Lawrence
building, supper 35 cents, Rupert s or
chestra in attendance.
$he Yeomen are going t6 give a grand
masquerade ball, at Stone's Hall Thurs
day evening, Dec. 10, to which they ex
tend, a general invitation to" all Yeomen,
their families and escorts. Tickets only
50 cents per couple. Ladies without es
corts, 25 cents. Get your costum& ready
and klon't forget the date.
Tbt animated doll exhibit in connec
tion with the bazaar given by the ladies
of the-First Congregational Church will
be a very unique feature of the after
noon and evening's entertainment. The
first exhibition will.be at 5 p. m. and
the second at 8 p. m. Don't forget the
date, Thursday. Dec. 3.. at the Robb
Lawrtence Building. Admission to the
doll Booths will be 10 cents. Bring the
children. v
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THE AFFLICTED.
My li.fe is sad and lonely,
My ,hep,rt is. full of woe:
I ^hiiik of days dep'artea,
The. iiay^ of Ipng ago v
Whin I w'^s well and hap^' J"
No /ear. of grief or pain.
Rolf fya k thos? heavy clouds, O Time,
Bring the. sunlight back again.
My ili^oXv, ot|c^ glad and joyous^
Is npw witn.'gloom o'ercast 5
I seek in vain for
Sweet balsam of(,the past.
happiness,
igj|.of„tl
The, rpj-^s fliat were blossoming
In thj spring-time, on my way.
Are'n?Y all crashed and broken,
The^r fa (Jed fast afay.
Youmvo
11
fiered ,at my cheerfulness
And. at my patience, too
You,1 thought it strange that, I could
.sttjile,
Ai^d! iaugh and talk like you. v"
Ah. you could not see the heartafcife
Benfath that brow so clear,
Yoii knew not that behind the snw^V
Fejl, many a silent tear.
Through weary years of waiting,
Through suffering, and pain.
Through hopes and disappQintm^t^/
My health I've sought in vain.
My cross it is so heavy,
I sit k beneath its weight
I Jp ig to lay the burden
Ai^d enter at :he gate.
O.y ^1^ with good heaUh'iWest|^^^
Phir k of the wretched on^lrf",,.
A-hungerinr and thirsting,!
For 5a, joy that never comds."
Think of the long and weary days
Spent in the Vale of Tears
The bligl^ted hopes, the br^a: towpB,
The?misery,of years.,
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Be gentle as a dove
And to victims of affliction
Send messages of love. ,r,,. .,
Help lift the heavy burdeiVt-..' v
And words of kindness sov*a»., ,:
•For the path is steep and stony
Where the helpless ones must go.
—Nora Miller .Freerks.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con-'
dition .of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition 'of the mucous ser
vices.
We will give one hundred dollars for
any.c^se of'deafness (caused by catarrh)
that c^pnot be etired by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. $end for circulars/ free.
F, J: 'CHENEY & CO., Toledftv O.
Sola by druggists, 75c. 3
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
AUTOMOBILE IS EXPENSIVE.
"^Vait until I can get a good auto
mobile ,for $250!" is a remark ooe fre
quently ('hears but wait, it will be for
many, years. All of the possi
bilities of tiie modern motpr car are
not attained except at the cost of the
greatest cafe'and industry," Mr. C. J.
L. 'Clarke'writes in an article on The
Powe!rrf''attd Possibilities of the Auto
mobilfe "in" the December Pearson's.
"Froin thousands and thousands of
coihjkme^it parts, these vehicles are
gradually' buih tip piece by piece, and
before they are ready for use they are
tested, tried, and proved by hours of
careful' attention.' Each operation in
their manufacture is tedious, and re
quires tjie utmost skill. Parts have to
be tiirned to one-thousandth part of an
inch, and joints made so that the sur
faces are so perfectly fitted that even a
volatile
gas
a.
healthy Stimulant.
nvigorating: Food
delightful
a
Five years ago the North Dakota Collection Agency started out with
one horse a'nd.two or three hundred dollars' worth of collections. We
handle a half a million dollars' worth of paper and have a force of men
011 the road who cover the state of North and South Dakota and Min
nesota. Our commissions last year were $2i,oco they will be consider
ably increased this year. This would indicate that we make collections.
We do not handle real estate, insurance and half a dozen other things,
but devote our entire time to handling collections. We are in a posi
tion to buy negotiable paper and past due notes *hd judgments. Look
up what you'have and come in and see us.
ij 1
OS W. KERR, Mgr.
NORTH DAKOTA COLLECTION AGENCY
WITHSTOOD THE FLAMES.
ROOMS 1 to 6 EDWARDS BUILDINC^
Safe Puiu Through the Ordeal Remark
ably Well.
Fargo, N. D., June }6., 1893.—Cary
Safe Co., Buffglp. 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 fi.Tfe' Was well suited and
satisfied with it. And when the great
conflagratioifj^ruck the city of Fargo
on June
7,
i$03, I am glad to say that
my books aW papers stood the test
remarkably well, and the sale came out
500 pcJi* cent better flT&W t\fro-thirds of
the saf£s that •wcnt~~thrbugH-'the great
fire. I command and rbcommend tht
Cary safe. ^R'espectfully and truly,
J. C. McKendry.
'UN[£LE SAMS PENNY CROP.
Leslie's Weekly: According to ad-(W
vices Tjfom the treasury department the
government mill a't Philadelphia will
cease to grin^ put .pennies for a time,
there being iiow as surplusage of this
kind of currency in the country. Dur
ing the past five years 3,000,000.393 pen
nies have been shipped from the Phila
delphia mint, which is the only one that
coins the one-cent pieces to various parts
of the.country. Between July 1 190-, and
June r. 1903,'8&<xx.cco cents were coin
ed. If this five-year output were col
uected in a heap it. would make a sizable*
stage-mountain at least. Placed side
by side in a straight line 3.
ooo,ooo,oco pennies, would •. make
a ribbon over 23.000 miles long, and
would come, pretty near girdling the
earth, Piled on top of. one another
they would reach up toward, the stars
for
distance that would take a good
many Eiffel towers to equal, for it
would be not less than 2,400 miles—
far out beyond the pbint wlier^ the
force of gravitation is supposed to be
very active!' Since. 011 the ordinary
basis of computation, there are sup
posed to be about 290:000,000 children
in the world under 10 years of age.
Uncle Sam wmiM be able from his
present stotk' 4tff pennies to give each
child on the earth ten copper keep
sakes and have enough left over to fill
a gcod-sized savings-bank besides. §0
much for fhe •pfeiniy crop. v
TO .SWINDLE FARMERS.
machinery salesman tells a story
about a new swindle, to be practieed
upon farmers which is working its way
west, and how a farmer in Richland
County was advised of it by a friend
in Illinois. It is the lightningrrod game
under another guise. An agent calls on
the farmer and secures a contract for
equipping his horse, barn and build
ings with electric lights for sums from
I
1
under compression cannot
One instance.alone will
sufficient to
is the
show that a motor
result of
excellent workmanship
careful
tinfoil.
inside of the
The faces of the
cylinders
have to be pol
fshed until they have a surface as
*niod|hv** the
finest
plate-glass
tils,
and,
a mop darted
with
a
is worliedp
and
dowti
'Ift ifci'^lmr|^^sV!^l(es'fier min?f
t«. detaa
.pKcontin(^
rfcefcre the
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You qet
I Metropolitan
Skating Rink
NORTH BROADWAY
Formally opened on
MONDAY evening!*-^"
Skating Afternoon ami
Evening.
State Band In Attendance.
Ice In Flrst-Class
Condition.
Season Tickets for Salp—$5.00.
Admission for Opening
Adults 2$c. Children 15c.
$1.25 for $1.00
$50.00 Stove for $40.00
RMfiant tlome Bue Burner
2 stove you can buy:
is
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"Let the
GOLD DUST
Twmsdo
yoorwork"
Monday ii a dreaded day only whets
GOLD DUST
Itoaknown. With the aid of Gold Dost, wash
day ceasee to be a burden. Gold Dust cleanses
quickly, economically and with little labor.
OKVEBAL
Sombblnf flo
USES FOB GOLD DOIffi
id dlaue*
Joora, wMblng rlotbcc «ni
«l«uiing wood-work, oliclotb, ailTerware and
Mann, poUatring bntMWork, cleansing bath
room, pi
pea, etc., and making Um flaeat »ort saap.
GOLD DUST MAKES HARD WATXK SOFT
$65 and upwards as the farmer believeli:.
according to the size of his house»
Later another agent comes along tt
"take measurements," as he says and
calls the victim's attention to the con*
tract, and the fact that it calls for
$65
or more for each light. The deal
usually results in the farmer parting
with $15 to $50 for a release of thf*
document which he has signed.
the
lasts the-longest 't
'Beeause it' gives the most heat.
Because it is the easiest to regula^. Vvi' "j.
Because it saves you 25 per cent in your iu'c1 ^tn.
lis^p(tHome Jje/ter will pay. for itself in two or three years' timt hi«
rfng*ipiiuei. These are tacts and you cannot afford to'ignore them
i chance*••with the "iufct as good kind." If you want comfort with
A RadiajattHome He?te
the sanrin^fiifuei. These
Of tales chances••with the "ju*t as good mna. it you
tftbe smaiiest possible araoont of fuel, buy a Radiant Home
,iar« whaf your fuel bill is. buy tl.e "just as good kind."
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