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CHILDREN.
IF YOU HA.VJBB ANY THIS WILL
INTBRBST YOU.
"So many little boys and girls come
into our store who are weak, thin-leg
ged and hollow-cheeked," said Mr.
Porterfield of the firm of Fout & Por
terfield, our well known druggists.
"It seems a shame to allow them to
remain so, for they will grow up into
weak, sickly and nervous men and wo
men, without the vitality to work or
enjoy life."
"If," continued Mr. Porterfield, "the
fathers and mothers of such children
would believe what we say of Vinol,
we would see a great difference in the
appearance of the younger generation
of this city. You know Vinol is not a
patent medicine, and is just the tonic
growing children need. It will make
for them good, healthy flesh, sound
bone, hard muscle and rich, red blood.
"True, Vinol is a cod liver oil prep
aration, but it does not contain a drop
of oil, or any bad tasting feature. It is
so delicious that all children love it,
yet it actually does contain all the
medicinal curative elements found in
fresh cods' livers, and is the most
wholesome and best medicine for chil
dren we ever sold.
"We have many letters from, grateful
mothers whose children owe their
health and even lift, to Vinol. The fol
lowing letter from Mrs. C. Allen of
'New Bedford, Mass., tells what Vinol
did for her children. She writes:
"With two puny, ailing children, I
was very much worried, and did not
know what to do to create strength for
them and to have them gain flesh. I
tried almost everything, and as a last
resort Vinol, and the benefit from that
was great in a very short time. They
are rapidly gaining flesh and strength,
and I am satisfied Vinol will do as
much for other children."
It is because we know what Vinol
will do that we guarantee if it fails to
make your children well, rtigge^ and
rosy, to refund your money. Fdut &
Porterfield, druggists.
In pursunnoo of lnw I, M. 8. Mayo, tmtfi
uror of the County of Cuss. State of North
Dnkotn. hereby notify the taxpayers there
of that the rates of taxation and th
amounts raised for each specific purpose
for the y«ur 1903 are correctly stated In
Levy in Levy in
Mills. Dollars.
State Fund 3
State Wolf
State Itoiul institution ..
State Itond Sinking ....
State Kdiicatlonal
Lake township grader.... 3.2
.Mapleion township
Maple ltlver towiilahlp
Noble township
-Norman township ....
1'age township
Pleasant township ...
1'ontiae township ....
Kaymond township ...
Keed township
lteed township grader
Kieh township
Rich township grader
Rochester township
Hush ltlver township
Stanley township ...
Tower township .....
Wallmrg township'^
Warren township
Watson township
AVebster township
Wheatland township .'
Wiser township
l.'ttl—48 township .....
Village of Buffalo ..
Village of Davenpaft
Village of Mapleton
Village of Tower
Village of Hunter
School district No.
School district No. 3
School district No. 4
School district No. 5
School district No. 6
School district No. 7
School district No. 8
School district No. 9
School district No. 10
School district No. 12
School district No. 13
School district No. 14
School district No, IK
School district No.
School district No. J7 ..13.6
T?chool district No.
School district No.
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Inst... 1
'ouuty School 2
County General 6
1'ouuty Int. & Sinkg ....
County Hoad «fc Bridge.
City of Fargo, General
City of Fargo School
City of Casselton
*Addlson township
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Arthur township ...
Ayr township .....
Humes township ...
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Merlin township 1.8
Merlin township grader
Muftalo township
Cllftou township ......
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Casselton township
Cornell township ...
Davenport township
l)ows township
Durbin township ......
Kldred township .....
Empire township
Erie township
Everest township 1.7
Fargo townatiip 5.3
(iarauer township .1.5
anlncr township grader 1.1
(Jill tOWllrllip
Harmony township
Harwood township
Highland township
Hill township ...
Howes township ..
Hunter township
Kinyon township...
1-iaUe township
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School district No. 22
School district No. 23
School district No. 94
School district No. 25
All personal tax08 become due
on the first day ol^November of each year
and become delinquent February first fol
lowing.
Penalties will be added to all unpaid
personal property taxes as follows:
Five per cent February 1, and interest at
the rate of one per cent, per month there
after until paid. On or before October 16, in
(Men year, a list of all nnpaid personal property
tfeu* will be turned over to the sheriff for
eouaction.
All real estate taxes become dae De
cember 1, of each year, aad become delin
quent on the first day of March follow})
Fenattles will be added to all onr
NORTH DAKOTA KERNELS
Granville is to have a
ing.
200
feet cross
1
In October Granville shiped
$17
176,000
bushels of flax.
The postoffice clerks are getting a
run for their money.
Sargent County has fifteen criminal
cases ready for trial.
v.-
Omemee people are well pleased
with their fire engine.
Nelson County school lands sold af
an average of
per acre.-
The Mohall branch of the 6. N. will
be extended in the spring.?
An application was made at Grand
Forks for a cigarette license.
The Bowbells Tribune claims Ward
is the banner county of the state.
There are enough deer hunters left
so some can be killed off next fall.
Fargo second hand joints are now
calling themselves "dress agencies."
There is some difficulty over site
for the Carnegie library at Grafton.
Druggist Darling of Cleveland was
recently wedded to Miss Miller of that
town.
A liveryman at Minot was arrested
on the charge of violating the fire limit
ordinance.
The Bottineau Courant's grievance
against Senator Hansbrough seems to
be incurable.
Senator Bacon of Grand Forks has
been purchasing some more fine land
near the city.
The Bowbells Tribune "sympa
thizes" with Flaxton*^(i securing a
flax fiber mill.
M. F. Murphy of Grand Forks has
withdrawn his offer to build a city
hall for the Forks,
Editor Townes of The Lisbon Free
Press is hoping. A' former editor of
the paper is a millionaire—and another
might have been if his insurance ex-
thf folMTrlTi?" tables showing the.
of mil IK and tenths of mills levied 011 each
dollar of taxable property in each city, vil
lage. township and school district or said
eo.unty.
Levy in
Mills.
School district No.
School district No". 27 "..
School district No. 28 ..
School district No. 29 ..
School district No. MO ..
School district No. 31 ..
School district No. 32 ..
School district No. 33
School district No. 34
School district No. 35
School district No. 516
School district No. 37
School district No. 558
School district No. 39
School district No. 40
School district No. 41
School district No. 42
School district No. 43
School district No. 44
School district No. 45
School district No. 46
School district No. 47
School district No. 48
school district No. 49
School district No. 50
School district No. 51
School district No. 52
School district No. 53
School district No. 54
School district No. 55
School district No. 56
•School district No. 57
School district No. 58
School district No. 59
School district No.
School district No.
School district No.
School district No.
School district No.
School district No.
School district No. 66
School district No. 67
School district No. 68 ..26.5
School district No. 09
Levy in
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1500.00
1000.00
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700.00
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400.00
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School district No. 70 5.'"
ocliool district No. 71 ..11.8
School district No 72
School district No". 73
School district No. 74
School district No. 75
School district No.
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School district No. 84
School district No. 85
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School district No. 88
School district No! 89
School district No. 90
School district No. 91
School district No 92
School district No. 93
School district No. 94
School district No. 95
School district No. 96
Bchool district. No. 97
School district No. 96
School district No. 90
School district No. 100
School district No. 101
Hchool district No! 102
School district No. 103
School district No. 104
School district No". 105
School district No. 106
School district No. 107
School district No. 108
School district No. 100.
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M. S. MAYO, Treasurer Cass
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School district No. Ill
School district No. 112
School district No. 113
School district No. 114
School district No. 115
School district No. 116
School district No. 117
School district No. 118
School district No. 119
School district No. 120
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real estate taxes as follows:
Three per cent March 1, thte*' p#r e*B«
April 1, three per cent June 1, and fire
per cent November 1.
All unpaid real estate taxes will be sold
on the first Tuesday In December and will
be subject to a penalty of five per cent,
and will thereafter draw- Interest at the
rate of two per cent per month until paid.
The treasurer's office will he QftHV be
tween the hours of 0 a. m. attd 4
p.
m. of
each business d*y durtnt thereat.
When yon ask for the amount of your
taxes by letter please designate jroar pqp
erty clearly.
Co.,
N. Dj
PgOPLE
want to get fat and fat people
want to g£t thin—human
nature. If you are fat don't
take Scott's Emulsion.5 It
will make you gain flesh. If
you are thin Scott's Emul
sion is just what you need.
It is one of the greatest
flesh producers known. Not
temporary gains but healthy,
solid flesh that will fill out
the body where it is needed.
There's nothing better than
Scott's Emulsion for weak
ness and wasting.
We'll send you a sample free upon ttq&jjL
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
aminatioir^Blrcould''have'• 'long
enough.
There is a row on between New
Rockford and Sheyenne people as a
result of a law suit.
Now the doctors are warring against
people eating celery and claim it car
ries typhoid fever germs.
A vigilance committee was organ
ized at Ashley to chase $ome. tough
characters out of town.
A Grand Forks bellhop was arrest
ed on a charge of stealing diamond
from a guest at the hotel.
It is announced that rural delivery
carriers cannot take homesteads, while
in the employ of the government.
Soo Agent McCready of Balfour has
been arrested on a charge of bringing
booze into that town in carload lots.
A correspondent of The Bottineau
Courant kicks because so many peo
ple were seen drunk on the streets.
The Jamestown Associated charities
has finally succeeded in disbursing
some funds that were raised six years
ago.
Editor Hurley of Bowbells failed, to
secure confirmation at the special ses
sion of congress^-along with other
great men.
Editor Townes of The Lisbon Free
Press objects to be dubbed—The
Searchlight— in view of Reid's former
publication.
It is said that a small shortage was
discovered in the accounts of a fl/Ic
Henry County official—due to careless
bookkeeping.
The editor of The Forman News
seems to thjnk youth is a crime—from
his reference to the yoting editor of
The Havana Herald.
The man who sent his daught^jf to
be prayed for by Dowie, made a
speech at Goodrich—and endeavored
to explain his position.
A pickpocket was released at Boqt-r
bells on digging up the mbney he
swiped and is said to have repeated the
performance at Williston.
James and Florence Early were in
dicted by the U. S. grand jury on a
charge of selling booze at Portal with-,
out a government license.
Druggist Shirley of Enderlin was
buncoed into setting up the cigars by
some of his fellow townsmen—and i$,
planning a way to get even.
If
10
per cent of the contemplated
creamery projects materialize next
spring the old cow will have to hurfy
to furnish enough milk for them all.
County Superintendent McLain of
Grand Forks won out in a contest with
a school book concern that attempted
to unload sorae uudesirabk stuff on
him.
The Bottineau Courant wants a pro
vision by the state legislautre for the
publication of the new laws in ev§ry
paper in the state—as dejine in Mip-.
nesota.
The Devils Lake News thinks The
Grand Forks Herald was unduly agi
tated over Steve Nye's josh about 1^.
B. Griffith being arrested qg/ a charge
of selling adulterated goods
The average man hopes that chari
vari party in Stutsman County will get
a long term in the pen—as a warning
to other people the fool killer seenif
to have missed in his rounds.
The town marshal of Milnor is en
titled to the championship belt for the^
toughest hide in the state. He was
hit by three bullets, fired from a 3^
caliber revolver at short range—buti.
none of them got through the skin.
Geo. A. Bissell, superintendent of
the Minot Electric Light and Tele
phone Co., has recently patented a new:
electrical apparatus called the "Cato
meter" which is used in testing the
voltage and strength of electrical cur
rents. The patent is one of the sim-?
plest of its kind ever construed and
will find a ready market. Mr. Bissel)
has been working on this machine for
the past three years and {eels much
gratified with his success. .r"?
WILLIAMS' S^ORY
Representative Williams, the minority,
leader, tells a story apropos of the New
England shoe men, who declare them
selves republicans wanting the duty re
moved from hides, the while their re-,
publican associates disclaim in behalf
of*a high protective tariff. "It is jusl
like the story John Alien used to telfc
of the fellow who got drunk wfio told
his wife that neither she nor her phy»'
sician could get him to accept a drinkr
of whisky," says Mr- Williams. "Saidt
he: 'I prQfni*cd npt to take it I de
clare I wqfl't tike «t no, sir but yon,
Jane, might §& somebody just as stro
me fake it/ "So,"
a» "the republicans are
take things th^y do
THE WIDOW BANQUETTER.
A Syracuse Man Oalned International Passe
From His Baa«ue* to Widows.
Hon. Alfred A. Hewlett of Syracuse
is a wealthy genial old gentleman and
has many warm friends in the north
west. He has been a very successful
business man and is held in high esteem
by all who know him. Four years ago
his wife died after they had lived hap
pily together sixty years, and two years
ago he invited a dozen or fifteen of his
life long lady friends to his pleasant
home to celebrate his birthday. He en
tertained them so well that others asked
why they "nad not been invited, and the
result was that last year he had
made the same high runs,
65—C.
134
widows at his birthday party. The event
was so novel that the papers generally
described the event, and one of the con
sequences is described by The Minneap
olis Journal is the following item:
A year ago Alfred A. Howlett of Syr
acuse, N. Y., a rich widower, aged
82,
conceived the brilliant but dangerous
idea of giving a birthday banquet to
134
widows. Mr. Howlett carried out this
plan and at once leaped into a fame
that soon became international. There
was hardly a newspaper in the country
that did not take the matter up.
Mr. Howlett is now the most "propos
ed-to" man living. Widows from alio ver
the known world leaped to the conclu
sion that he wanted a wife, and they
were willing to sacrifice themselves to
fill the place.
"It looks to me," said Mp Howlett
last week, "as though I have added con
siderably to the gaiety of nations. There
are letters here from every part of the
earth I ever heard of except China. I
haven't got a proposal from a Chinese
woman, but I may get it yet. She's
probably learning English to do it in
now. I haven't read half of the letters,
and of course I don't pretend to answer
them.
They come in all languages and some
have even sent English translations of
their own letters. There are fifteen
from Germany, dozens from England, a
few from France, Russia and Ireland
and some from Italy, Africa, South
Amerca, India, Holland, etc. Now do
you know what I intend to do with all
these letters? I hate to see good litera
ture wasted, so I am going to have them
all pasted into an immense kcrap book
called "The Book of Widows" and
leave it to the historical association."
This incident shows what good adver
tising will do. Of course, Mr. Howlett
did not intend to advertise, but it work
ed that way. He didn't want a widow
in fact, he didn't want to marry at all.
He simply planned to give the local
widows a good time and did so. The
avalanche of widows that descended on
him from all over the planet has taken
his breath away, and he announces that
there wilT be no more widow feasts in
Syracuse so far as he is concerned.
The wholesale way in which Mr. How
lett took up the widow problem w&s his
salvation. Banquetting
134
'widotyft*r*
Safety!
Banqueting one widow—^
Danger! And the most and
vital danger.
Mr. Howlett was very wise.
JUNIOR BILLIARDISTS.
A tournament for junior billiardists
in the city was opened at the Broadway
parlors last night under the manage
ment of C. C. Peterson. There was
a good attendance and a gratifying
show of enthusiasm which was particu
larly demonstrated among the play
ers who participated. There was only
one game scheduled but others were
played. The regularly scheduled con
testants were Harry H. Wooledge,
70
rolling up
11
85
to
65.
scores last night were:
score h. r. ave.
70—Dr.Christianson.. 70
n 1
100—H.
Y. Brown
85—J.
100—F.
65 4
Walker
Gaskill
65—J.
N
1
adds so much
to the safety, com?
fort and healthful
ness of a Winter as a
GORDON FUR
The reputation of
GORDON FURS
has not beep easily
won,-years of car6
ful manufacture are
behind it,—experi
ence that's worth
something to yoq,
9«M: eslr br f:
v.
®+®+®+®-Ks)
100
points, class A and Dr. Christianson,
70
points, class C. The doctor won,
making his
while his opponent was
58
points. Both players
MABTIN HBCVOB,
£«e«ide&t
each. In
another game J. Walker made the next
highest run,
10.
This afternoon a game between M.
Andrews and C. E. Robbins is in prog-'
ress and this evening John Wooledge
will occupy the table with A. Comrie
in a handicap game,
The
$
43-47
H. Wooledge..58 11 1
11-47
19-46
56
16
I
11-45
100 8
Curran
1
14-76
57 4
1 1-13
OTHING
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?. -..To us® a homaly illustration
'When you find yourself in the wrong and the right is pointed out
ftfr^ou, to be honest with yourself, what should you do? SWITCH!
If you are using lard for frying and shortening, and we prove to
you that Cottolene is purer, more healthful, more economical, what
ahould^you do# SWITCH! ?v-
Nature's Gift from (he Sunny South
Shortens wfood-LoAns your life
Now, lard, as you know, is made from hog fat. It may or may
not be pure, Cottolene is always pure, because it contains nothing but
refined vegetable oil and choice beef suet. It Is always uniform, and
Wt guarantee the quality. Besides, it is never sold in bulk, like lard,
but comes in sealed tin pails, and is not open to contamination. So
much for purity and healthfulness.
As to economy—Cottolene is
richer
than lard. It requires, therefore,
but two-thirds the quantity to secure better results. This means economy.
Why not do justice to your stomach and give it a digestible product
rather than an indigestible one 9 Your grocer will start you right with
a pail of Cottolene.
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Five years ago the North Dakota Collection Agency started out wjith
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handle a half a million dollars' worth of paper and have a force of men
on the road who cover the state of North and South Dakota and Min
nesota. Our commissions last year were
$21,000
ably increased this year. This would indicate that we make collections.
We do not handle real estate, insurance and half a dozen other thiiigs,
but devote our entire time to handling collections. We are in a posi
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