522-524 Front Street, Fargo, N. D.
oe Suggestion*.fpr Christmas Gifts
SPECIAL PRICES for
Special Christmas-Sale Offerings
of extra clever things as well as
values for this Holiday Occasion.
Your choice of loo Women's Tailor
Made Suits, all This Fall's Latest
Women's Fine Novelty Coats, worth
from $20 to $25, every. correct style,
shape and wear. 4 I* AA
For this sale at..
Separate Dress Slcirts In fine Chev
iots and Granite Cloth, handsomely
trimmed- Our regular §12 50, $13.50,
and $15.00 Skirts. Your A g»
choice for this sale at..
$25 Broadcloth, Silk 'Lined Skirts,
Plain and Taffeta B5 A A
trimmed, at 4... I OaIF"
Children's $12.50 to
$15.00 Kersey and
Zibeline Long Cloaks. 4A A A
Spccial at lUlUU
Others worth $9.00 and
$10.00, at Oa
Women's $2.00 Fleeced Lined Wrap
pers, trimmed with Braid 4 rn
and Satin Folds, at
54-inch Black, extra heavy Pebble
Cheviot, $2.50 quality. 4 TTA
Special at la v
'56-inch heavy All-Wool Mixed Suit
ing for Suits and Skirts— S A A
Worth $1.50,at ........ I a W
Si.50 Black-ajsjl heavy Blue Nub
..it ...:.., 1.00
ust receWfed—One case of 38-incli
Satin Dash MelrcJSe Suit'ngs in
Black and colors bought to sell at
50c-Special tor this sale QQ*»
U. S. DKPAKT. OF AGRICULTURE,
Moorliead, Minn., Dec. 11, 1903,
Pressure, 9 a. m., 28.95 noon, 28.99.
Tern., 14 a. m.. —o noon, 5.
Cloudy weather prevails over the
Canadian northwest, Missouri, Red
Riverand Mississippi Valleys and east
ward to the Atlantic coast. Generally
clear elsewhere. The temperature is
decidedly lower over the Rocky Moun
tain slope, western portions oi the Da
kotas and the upper lakes. Slightly
higher over the Red River and Mississ
ippi Valleys and lower lakes. Snow
has fallen at all points in the Canadian
northwest and fr.om Montana to the
lower lakes. It was snowing this
morning at Medicinc Hat, Havre, Hel
ena. Miles City, Winnipeg. Pierre.
Houghton and Buffalo, where a gale of
forty-eight miles is reported. The lock
at Saulte Ste Marie is closed today.
TJie low is over western Nebraska..
W. H. GRASSE, Observer.
Chicago Forecast—Snow tonight and
Saturday, warmer tonight:
Remcnjjber McClatie's art store' for
jfour holiday presents
For Rent—Office rooms in Morris
Block apply to Dr. Wheeler.
The North Dakotd State Band, Sttn
fta-y afternoon, 25 and 50 cents.
'"£all on Monson the trunk man and
ttfjfrke your selection of a suit case or
satchel for a Christmas present.
NOTICE—J. W. Searing, P. 0. Box
530, Fargo, N. D., will duplicate all
bargains in subscriptions to
periodicals. All enquiries promptly
The ladies": sotiety,: Disciples of
Christ, will give a chicken, pie Supp'er
at Monson's trunk store, Dec. 16, from
5:30 to 8 p. nv 1
W» want barley. Either ftad or malt'
IDS trades. Send samples and
get our offer. ..
MAOILL A CO., Fargo, N. D*
Holcomb, the young man who claim
ed his partner, Keohler, robbed him. of
$40 in the New Boston Hotel, yesterday
morning, has given up the prosecution
of the case. State's Attorney £&&'
would not autl»jri^ a w#rairt tpf,
arrest of the accused unliMS 4$
plaining witness would give
ins appearance in court. Th
man could not make bond
12 Underwear at
Oceat Saving r-
Men's Hfeavy Fleeced Shirts and
Drawers, & bargain at 50c. A
io:4 Blankets that never sold for less
than 75c. Friday and ISO**
Saturday at WUV
Good size Comforters, our regular
$1.25 values. Friday and Qtt*»
Saturda^t .... HQu
to make the complaint and remain in
Have Knight Printihg Co. print it!
Gentlemen wear- D. & P. gloves.
jFor wood and lignite prices, car lots,
see ad of L. B. Gibbs..
Aids digestkm--Washington Irving
Cigar between meals.
Bowers Bros, are prepared to make
storm sash op short notice.
Students will find rites by the week
at Gable's Restaurant very low.
Women's party slippers, the "very
latest, at Kurtzman's, Magill Block.
Discount sale at Holtierman's Mil
linery on all trimmed and street hats.
Wanted—Sewing by the day. Apply
at 313 Ninth Street South, A. Steven
FOR RENT—Large modern house, just
reflnisned, new lie^ting plant,' warm
house. Lease aud possession ^iven Dec.
4. Apply at once. I. D. fl—It. VWtftrf.
Large line of water ccrlor novelties,
suitable for ChristilfiM:ifiiis at ,Mc
a n e s A S o e
Miss Flora Lewis, deputy county su
perintendent of public instruction, is
confined to h«f. '.suffering '.with
Christmas neckwear—Our Christmas
stock of neckwear is fresh and exclus
ive in design an| colorings. Moy &
Federal inspectors are engkged in
checking up the local landoffice. They
will cotnolete their work and send in
their reports to Washington tonight, v
Mason Temple Souvenir
Agent Bolte, formerly with the Mil
waukee Harvester Co., in this city is in
town today on business. Mr. Bolte re
ports that he has bpen taken care of
by the International Co. and has been
given the assistant general agency for
the company at St. Cloud, This station
covers a .territory more than twice as
large as his North Dakota agency.
Indian baskejs, 5c to $2, flinch, 50c,
blocks 5c to 25c, ten pins 8c to 25c, dolls
ic to $2, round medallion pictures regu
lar 15c here 10c. rozine art vases, $1.50,
lamps, $*.35, beawtil
and china tea
Mail order filled.
For this sale at OW
Dr. Wright's Wool Fleeced Shirts and
Drawers you always pay Si for. Fri
day and Saturday
Women's 25c Heavy Fleeced. Vests
and Pants. Friday afid #A«*
Saturday at.........v .Vv I wl#
Wromen'si$2.75 and $3.25 Stutttgarter
Underwear. Specially 4| Oft
priced for this sale at..
Women's Outing Flannel Gowns, our
leader at'59C. Friday and
Men's Outing Flannel Night Shirts,
Silk trimmed. Friday and AQ*%
Saturday at vOO
Waist Patterns in Fine Fancy Vest
ing, regular $1.00 to $4.00 Patterns.
Friday and Saturday choice-at
La' Vlda Corsets, Black, iri aUsiies,
the best $3.50 Corset.- 4 AO
Friday and Saturday at. I JFCP
718 Front Street.
Buy D. & P. glows.
Cook paints signs, 'phone 925.
Full blood Poland China boars for
sale. E. C. Eddy.
We aim to please
and fit fe«t#
Kurtzman, Magill Block."1?
All regular size storm sash are kept in
stock at Bowers Bros, factory.
Don't forget Erickson fof-"^«|ur
Christmas photos. Come noW*"*ft 'r
Wanted to Buy
80^ Bushels of Feed
iv yv. Barley. Address
FARGO, N, D.
Popular prices of 25 and 50 cents for
next Sunday afternoon's North Dakota
State Band concert.
A 6-room house for rent, three
from the Waldorf..
18, Magill Block.
F, F. Lincoln, room
We put a winter cap on you—if it
doesn't wear well it's on us—we make
it good. Moy & Kennedy.
Several pairs of gloves and mittens,
picked up in the corridor, are -awaiting
claimants at the Fargo postoffice.
Wernicke elastic book cases ntike
the finest presents finished in golden
oak, weather oak, antique oak, mahog
any, etc. N. D. Book & Stationery OD.
The McKinley Lodge, Modern Broth
erhood of America, will hold an annual
election of officers at Pirie's Hall Sat
urday evening.' There are several im
portant positions to Be fijled.
Nellie Fuller, Denver—"My face was
full of pimples and black-heads. Rocky
Mountain Tea has driven them away
People hardly know me, I'm looking
fine." 35 cents. Fout & Porterfield.
Nap Chagnoor, a physician and drug
gist at Berwick, has filed his petition
in bankruptcy rn the federal court. In
his schedule he gives his assets at
'"S liabilities at $1^289.90.
y SWEAR OFF
Next Year, and go to
THE VALLEY LUMKH COMPART YARO
Lumber, Lath, Shingles
and all kinds of
tMd RUIUHR8 MATERIAL at Prices.
Office No. 122 N. P. Ave. 'Phone 243.
The case of Emma Booth vs. the city
of Fargo is Still on in district court and
will not reach the jury before tonight
Plaintiff sues to recover damages in
the sum of $3,075 as the result of a
fall 011 a dilapidated sidewalk.
Military toilet-sets in stag*,''ebony
and oxidized silver finish, $1 to" $5
manicure sets, same finish $50 to $3
collar and cuff boxes, 50c to $5 albums,
25c to $6 Nickell's Open AH Night
Drug Store, Front Street.
In the estates of Charles T. and Sel
don H. Gorman, fcho recently died in
Mfichigan, leaving property in this coun
ty, a hearing is on in county court this
afternon to establish heirship. The
object is for the conveyance'of land.
Especially equipped for the rapid
transfer of all effects.
QEOROB WEDGWOOD. Prop.
Office with W. P. Morris Sterc, jfrpat
A great lover of pictures, in reply
to a question why he had so many
pictures in his room, said that th^y
were windows through which he look
ed on many desired scenes. Now
wouldn't it be nice for you to pu£ some
windows in your hojrie? Come—look
through our, frames into beautiful
landscapes, cool shady forests," silver^
streams, or tossing watep—-Fargo Dec
orating Co., 612 Second Avenue "NoVth.
Friends of Mrs. J. B. Lockhart will
be gratified to hear that she is prog
gressing nicely with the injuries she
sustained to the fingfcrs of her right
hand and there are no indications of
AND DAILY BEPUBLICAiT, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 11 90$^
We will save you big money on -all
winter clothing and gent's furnishing
goods. Henry E. Hance's sacrifice sale.
Sample line, highest grade fur and
fur-lined coats, bought for 50 cents -»on
a dollar sale, lasts ten days at the Hen
ry~E. Hance Co., 514-516 Front Street.
Our Careful Handling
doubles the life of your linen. We
do not experiment. We give you
the advantage of improved ma
Otlinery and modern methods.
Troy Steam Laundry
'Phone 236. N. P. Ave.
A handsome picture suitably framed
makes an appropriate Christmas present
—McClane's Art Store.
A new shipment of Klipper Klub and
Barney & Berry skates has arrived at
the Fargo Hardware Co.
You will find an elegant line of pipes
at Nickell's Open All Night Drug
Store, 25c to. a fine meerschaum ,at^$io.
The will of John H. Mappa, deceased,
was admitted to probate by Judge Han
son this morning and Cleora, Eunice
Whjay was appointed executor,
hart's fingers were not seen on the
D. & P. gloves are best mailt.
Clearing house transactions today
amounted to $133,038.
Two gold fishes and globe with chain
attached—$1. Shotwell & Graver.
Dress patent leathers for men, but
ton or lace, Kurtzman's, Magill Block.
It's time you slipped on a pair of
our golf gloves.
Moy & Kennedy.
-Discount sale at Holderman's M51
liriery on all trimmed and street hats.
Carving sets, and pocket cutlery of
the'best quality, make goojh Xirtas
presents, Fargo Hardware Co.
Dr. C. L. Rose has removed his dental
offices from over the Herbst store to the
third floor of the Edwards Building.
There are so many pretty make-ups
of house coats and smoking jackets at
out store that they are especially nice
tor Christmas gifts. Moy & Kennedy.
Beautiful display of Palmer's fine
perfumes in plain and cut glass bottles
and fancy cases 10c to $10. Nickell's
Open All Night Drug Store. FjFOnt
Why suffer with indigestion, dyspep
sia gastric, irregularities, stomach
troubles, when Rocky Mountain Tea
will make you well and keep you well?
35 cents. Fout & Porterfield.
Money to loan on valley lands or
Fargo City property at a low rate of
Interest. No commission charged.
see us. Real estate for sale.
The Lockhart Company-, Edwards
The business we are doing since our
sacrifice began will prove to you where
to get your bargain in gent's furnish
ings. Henry E. Hance & Co., sacrifice
Otto Wellen, the ad man at deLen
drecie's department store has devised
a clever Ferris Wheel which is run by
electricity and is attracting much at
tention in the store window.
If you wish your pictures l?efore
Christmas come now as you can get
them in good time at-- Erickson's
Ground Floor Studio. Remember
that we have a new supply of picture
frames in different sizes suitable for
John A. Anderson of Power and Miss
Birdie Strand of Uvvegp were married
by Judge Hanson in the county court
room this morning. The happy couple
will spend a number of days in the city
and will then go on to Power and
settle down on the groom's farm.
The annual election of the officers
of ilecca Chapter, No. 5, O. E. S., will
be held Saturday evening. A banquet
wito-be served at 6:30 o'clock p. m.
to bfe' follc*ved byi the initiaiaon of a
larg$, class of candidates at 7:30 o'clock.
All officers and members are requested
to bt present.
Mesdames Treat and feathrick en
tertained a number of their friends at
cards Thursday afternoon amid happy
and very attractive environments. The
playing was animated and there were
enthusiastic efforts for the supremacy,
but the score cards of Mesdames Al
fred and Wyman indicated that they
were the winners of the first and sec
ond prizes respectively. The same
hostesses entertained again this after
n o o n
A gifj Jf/^Pifie's candits i$ iijways
acceptable and in good taste. We al
ways have a delicious asosrtment, al
ways' fresh. But around Christmas
time our stock is of necessity much
larger and more varied. We are tak
ing orders now for delivery on Christ
mas day, any hour you say. If you
want to ship it out of town we will
wrap it and attend to the shipping.
Leave your order in plenty of time.
Remtmber nothing ii\ the way of candy
takes the place of Pirie's.
A QUIET TALK ON CLOTHING--WE
can put money in your pocket and
the best suit of clothes you ever owned
on your back. A month aco wi would
have had to charge you more, but It's
Oar Sacrifice Sale and the price conces
sions average more than half. It will be
easy to convince you when you come in
—the clothing does that.
Henry E. Hance Co.
Strati, Frn N.
A number of railroad traveling
agents were storming Fargo today and
one or two were handing out remind
ers for business in the shape of at
tractive calendars and those who had
not the latter had their usual jolly
manners with them as all good fellows
have! The personnel of the crowd
consisted of Frank H. Beach of the
Rock island H. M. Lewis and Jack
Thorite of the Soo Mr. Lovell of the
Wabash Chas. Humphrey of the Chi
cago and Eastern Illinois and Walter
Wyard of the Michigan ,Central.
D. Mezirow received a letter from his
son this morning stating that he. was
well and sorry that he had not written
beforec The son, Jack, has been away
from home for the past three years and
has n*t written home or intimated
where^Je tyas for eighteen months. The
last heard of him was through a friend
^that Jack was about to start for
Mrs Mezirow has been mourn,
sqn as dead for some time,
fxirow, who has charge of the
department at deLendrecie's
also about given up her broth
had not expected to see him
id she is so overjoyed at the
from Buffalo, N. Y.
and the father has
come home at once and
The letter urging
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"EZY EYE SPEX-
It is expected now that the office
force of the sales department of the I.
H. Co. will: be concentrated in the
newly arranged offices, in the McCor
mick Building, next Monday.
Judge Pollock has ordered the jury
drawn for the January term of district
court, which will be convened on Jan.
5. The clerk of .the district court, the
sheriff, auditor and treasurer will meet
in the office of the district court,on next
Monday and draw the jury.
Building material''for the courthouse
anncjt-'is -being placed on the grounds
today and work- will be rapidly pushed
on the structure. The contractors think
the building will be ready for the county
officers' not later than Jan. 5.
Cerhard Krogh, a graduate of Fargo
High School and Dakota Business Col
lege and son of our Danish vice consul,
left yesterday morning for Devils Lake
to assume his duties as stenographer in
the office of A. M. Powell of that city.
Dr. Morris has returned from
Brainerd after accompanying Fireman
Nees, who was badly scalded a few
days ago. to the N. P. sanitarium. The
doctor says he left the patient doing
nic.ely and that he does not anticipate
very serious results from the bad burn
ing which the man sustained.'
In district Court this afternoon at 4
o'clock- George A. Day will make ap
plication to Judge Pollock for the cus
tody of his-.minor child,-who is now
in the possession of his divorced wife.
The case will be contested by the
njpther. who,.wishes the child leij. in
her custody. 'Newman. Spalding &
Stambaugh appear for Mrs. Day and
Attorney Green is looking aftet the in
terests of Mr. Day.f-
Recent disturbances* in Wall Street
have had disastrious effect on New
York society, many of those who have
had to foot the bills finding themselves
uncomfortably cramped. The usually
Madden's Way—ALL djfferent'
He "RENEWS" the Eye.
1023 Masonjc Temple, Chjcago
617 Broadway, Fargo, N. D.
The only Scientific Prescriber of Prisms and Toric Ground Lenses
in the West. This may save you an expensive
whiclvfact J?&,is wMupposed
to have heard.
Reserved seats for Sunday afternoon
band concert 50 cet|ts at Broadway
The Owl cigar store has a nice as
sortment of cjgau-s and pip£S„ iiv Qjrijst
AH off sizes in storm sash wiM be
made to order on short notice at Bow
ers Bros.' factory. 'Phone or call.
Dr. A. A. Andrews who has been con
fined to his lionie by illness is reported
quite a little better and. his friends hope
he will soon be out again.
A prominent real estate man today
said that his actual sales of Canadian
farm lands for the month of November
made a total of over 2,000 acres.
brilliaut'Astor ball was a failure. A
few weels fater it was seen that society,
was keeping to its country places, osten
sibly because it had gone in for outdoor^
sports, but in reality from motives of:.
economy. The theatres are suffering
badly and there is a poor prospect ahead
of the opera season.
IO Broadway, Fargo, N. D*
all sizes from
2c to $1.00
You will like the"faifidus
Christmas Mixed Candy
Two Pounds A E
for -A: O
All Flavors, lO**
per pound...I*iZi...... lUO
6C8 Front Street, Fargo.
CHRISTIANSEN DRUG CO. 1
We have received another shipment of Holiday
Goods that will be open for inspection,
S A U A Y E 1 2
In this shipment we h^vc* the finest assort
ment of medium priced novelties on the market
Wa| €lv Saturday's Forum i
tor Detailed Announcement I
(HOE SALE SPECIAL for
10 Days, Commencing Sat.,
y}''-- ifi nn
iThis offer is made to introduce more
[rapidly our line of High Grade Shoes
tfor M^en, Women and Children. Sale
i,on Leather Goods only.
For Ladies. The highest grade of'per
fection in the art of shoe making. They
FIT THE FEET and comprise Com
fort, Style and Durability. Made in
the latest styles, vici kid and patent
leathers—regular price $3.50, sale price
^Ladies' New Capitol SlioesT extra good, in^
,*year welt and hand sewed, regular price $3.00, Sale price... SB.65
•Men's High Grade Shoes, ,in Patent Leathers, Enamels or Velour Calf,
regular $5.00, Sale price .... .S4«00
Misses' Fine Shoes, in sizes from 12 to 2, regular $i-75 sale price. $l jO
Boys Shoes at prices in proportion, some as low as.«.......iiT ...01*23
Children's Shoes, regular price $1.50. Sale price .l.T.1.
Baby Shoes, only high grade line—some as low,, in this sate as......
Full line of Men's, Ladies'. Boys' and Children's Rubber Goodsr
DON'T FORGET TO BRING YOUR REPAIRING TO THE
i PIONEER £HOE SHOP
^tci Kid or Velour calf, Goba-
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