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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, December 28, 1903, Image 5

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$1.75 Pure Linen Damask,*
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$1.50 Pure Linen Damask,
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Napkins
or this sale.only, one special lot A QQ
of Napkins, worth
$3.50,
Our $1.50 Napkin,
for......
22x22,
tie at $1.65, this sale at
goodv^l-
Pattern Cloths
83c8 full bleachecl, all linen,
worth
$2.50,
for.
8x10 full bleached, all line9» All
worth $3.50, for .*........4,^^ £,ki|||
8x12 full bleached,'All linen,"'- QQ
worth $3.50, for.
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WEATHER REPORT.
U. S. DEPART,OF AGRICULTURE,
1 WEATHER BUREAU.
Moorhead, Minn., Dec. 28, 1903.
"/Pressure, 9 a. m., 28.92, noon, 28.90.
Tern,., 7 a. m.. 16 noon, 24!
Cloudy weather prevails -over Mani
toba, Minnesota and the Great Lakes.
Glcar over the Rocky Mountain slope,
western North Dakota and lower Mis
sissippi Valley. The temperature is
iMgher" over the Red River and upper
Missouri Valley and lower elsewhere.
Light snow has fallen over Montana,
North"1 Dakota and Lake Superior reg
ion. It Is snowing this morning at
Winnije£, St. Paul and Houghton. The
pressUjre is lowest Over eastern Manitoba,
s Obesrver Grasse.
Chcfego Forecast—Generalfy fair to
night and Tuesday colder tonight.
CITY LbCALS.
Cock paints signs, 'phone 9251
D. 4 F. gloves are best made.
Students will find rates by the week
at Gable's Restaurant veiar low.
Among the numerous MMiteations
ipr
the position ,r?f"
lege to i^dieh
Matteson Was
'M' S
522-524 Front Street, Fargo, N. 0.
GREATEST REDUCTIONS EVER MADE IN FAROO,
Half Bleached Table Linen
Union Damask,
62
inches OIIj*-
wide .... ..v. IV £ilQ
65c Pure Linen Daniask, 62 ,,'
inches wide $***
inches CQ'm
wide ......... ...... QSJG
$1 Ail |-ineh Daniask,
72
wide .......
inches OOa
at 9 O'clock, Monday, December
are Bona Fide Values, and not one piece of goods 1$ riARKED UP from the original selling
pfice in order to show a ORE
AT REDUCTION. These' goods are good, clean merchandise,
some of it just arrived in the nick of time for this IMHEN5E SALE. Investigation will
prove the veracity of our statement. To make it of SPECIAL INTEREST to come early, we will
give you every morning, from 9 to 10 o'clock only, that GREAT BIG HUCK TOWEL that you
have bqen looking for—50c value, size 25x44—all pure, heavy Linen Huck. Not over
one dozen to a customer, for, each
53c
00 V
72
inches QQa
wide I..:. yQy
Full Bleached Table Linen
35c Union .Damask, 5$ inchesj-
wide -. .'1 .. .,t •»•...'.•. •..
27c
57c
63c
98c
1.29
1.49
2.09
149
'•yji
Pure Linfen Damask,'^
inches wide.
$ i Pqre' Linen, 72 inched
7 1
wide,... ..........« •. y
$1.25 Pure Linen,'72 inches
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721
inches wide i, $$$)•
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$1.75 Pure liinen Damask, 72^, -Jf.
inches wide........... -'.v»
$2.50
Pure Linen .Damask,l
inches wide ...'......... .«.
198
........ 4lOw
10x12 full bleachecl, gold ,*W flfl
quality, worth IO.OO, for.,...
ibx 14 full bleached, gold medal :Q J|Q
quality, worth 12.00, for. %Ja40
10x14 full bleached, gold meda^ II AQ
qualify, worth 15.00, for.... ..l.rj||aiJO
10x12 full bleached, hemstitched all around,
with napkins to match, regular III fi.fl
price 25.00 per set, this sale at
are
Our
65c
quality
at ......... V'i^-.
1# i1
rt'i i#ii.i'irt .'rj 1..1
45x36
January 4 for the winter termand night
school with a large attendance.
Have Knight Printing Co. print it!
Gentlemen wear D. & P,. glovos.
All Christmas pipes left over will be
sold at 25 per cent off. Owl Cigar
Store.
A 6-room house for rent, three blocks
from the Waldorf. F. F. Lincoln, room
18, Magill Block. 1 V
A handsome picture suitably framed
makes an appropriate Christmas present
—McClane's Art Store.
Mrs. Charles 'Welton of the Webster
Hotel is entertaining about thirty of
her friends at euchre this afternoon.
Miss Flora Lewis, who has been
quite sick with a threatened-attack of
pneumonia, has entirely recovered and
resumed her duties in the,.office of the
aounty superintendent of' public .in
struction this morning.
Ifettry.
vagi
morr
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Bedspreads
Fiilf sYzc, fringed, our price 1.50*
sale price .. ...... ...........
Full sized, hertimed,our price 1.50,
sale price ......................
Full size, Marseilles fringed, ©ur
price
2.00,
sale price
Full size, hemmed, our price
sale price
All Spreads from
5
hemstitched huck
towels at, each..... .....
Our regular
35c 35c
:d
fringed, White
and red border, each at.
We'also hfive a line of fancy bowels for bu
reau covers, etc., and will sell them at a
a discount of 10 PER CENT*
if1
15 inDh Crash Toweling, all hnen^v
worth 10c this sale at, per yard. .• O4C
One, lot -of Wash Cloths to sell
at, each...* ...«••...,.....2v
Sheets and Pillow Cases
Pillow Cases, worth ib£':
at, e^ic h.... .... a.........
45x36
Pillow Cases, worth
per doz.................... *»..
45x36 Pillow Caises, worth i8^
each ji'-v
54x36
worth
Pillow (Cases, worth 203^
at, each....»•.
•.... ... y."
45x36
Pillow Cases, hemstitched^
1 8
at, ecicn..,. i«.,......ii^'
81X90 Sheets, hemmed, at
and•.'••.
81x90
1(10 moDUt
plea#^%uilty to
£e in city court thi^
sent down to do eight?
70
THE FARGO FOBUM ANB ^AII^ REPUBLICAN,? MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER S% 1903$*
Quality
Tells.
v-V
Price
Sells.
29,
FOUND HERE, THESE
Turkey Red Daniask
Our^c qualify "J
35c
quality.
at.. »t, ...... j|f'
Our
19c
29c
fr
1.29
1.59
1.69
2.00,
2.50
of 10 Per Cent.
to jr.50 at a'
Towels
Our regular $1.50 pcv doz. values.'
Per doz..... ....,. .... .... .. ..
.Our regular Si.80.jper doz. values.
Per doz... ...................
Our regular
30c
scount
150
25c
27c
9c
2.00,
at
1.39
15c
16c
16c
f8c
79c
65c,
...•..• »v»'....
Sheet^ vhemstitche(|,? at,
each ..
.... ::..
hearing was postpone^^^tf^l^.^'clpcll'
this evening.
Buy D. & P. gloves.
Aids digestion—Washington Irving
Cigar between meals. i
Swear off using other coffefc .but
Erdel's—'Phone 718.
There will be a watch meeting at the
Front Street mission Thursday night!
W. H. Stewart & Co.'s harness shop
is now doing business at the newi loca?
tion, corner of Broadwayv and Ijl.
•Avenue.
George Alfred Simmons 3nd Mis^
Violet Stinson, both of Moorhead, were
married in this city Saturday night.
Rev. Edgar W. Day of the Presbyter
ian Church officiating. The ceremony
was performed at the parsonage in th.6
presence of a few of the friends of tlrij
high contracting parties.
Money to loan on Valley lands
fturgo City property at a low. ratf
interest. No comnisal^ii vba!
Caiaod seeus. Real eitate tot
Locktaart Company, Eaward*
The C. E. Society of tile Presbyter
ian Church will be "at home*' to their
friend* and acquaintances at the qhurch
Friday evening Jan.
i,
1904. There
rendered
a "Bear
8«n«ly
ii'.»'«tiai «m i'i'Hiim«.wwn •J?
mittaiice fee will be charged and a cor
dial invitation is extended to all.
Bank clearing transactions in Fargo
today amounted to $114,193*
Loose leaf ledger sheets We make
them. Knight Printing Co.
For Rent—Office rooms in Morris
Block apply to Dr. Wheeler.
Have your bike stored and insured at
Johnson's Cycle Supply House.
Use Tweeden's new bowling alleys
and pool tables. N. P. Avenue.
Best creamery butter, 26 cents for
cash, or 30 cents where charged. Good
dairy butter for cooking, 20 cents cash.
Z. I. Burton.
All kinds of cake.4 at all pricfes, made
Up or made to ord^r and delivered for
the holidays, can be had at Norciale's
bakery. Place your orders early.
Freeman's Studio
is well equipped for doing your
Christmas work—No dissapoint
ment if you come in season. All
work guarauteed satisfactory.
Miss Daisy Poole of Minneapolis
has arrived in the city to assume the
duties of stenographer and bookkeep
er in the office Of the Singer Sewing
Machine Co.
The Saturday "Story Hour" for
children at the public library will be
resumed next Saturday afternoon ^at
the usual time with. Miss Gordon in
charge.
W H. Stewart &.£o. has bought out
Hunt & Whisnand's harness business
at the corner of Broadway and N. P.
Avenue where the company will be
found hereafter.
NOTICE—J. W. Searing, P. O. Box
330, Fargo, N. D., will duplicate all
offers of'bargains in subscriptions to
periodicals. All enquiries promptly
answered*^ •. '^V^v
John Gregor Olson is presenting his
friends with a handsome calendar,
showing the Brudefaerd in Norway—a
beautiful scene which should make the
Highland gold mines more popular
than ever.
The National Asosciation of Beauty
Seekers will never acknowledge that
any beauty ills are incurable as long
as they have Rocky Mountain Tea.
Sensible women. 35 c?nts. Fout &
Porterfield.
ilri district courtrthis morning a new
triaUwas granted in the case of Sonne
syn vs. Akin, tried at the last April
term, when a verdict for something like
$I2,oco was returned for the plaintiff.
T)je suit involves a stock of goods and
a large quantity of land.
SWEAR OFF
fd
be 6000 Next Year, and go to
I VALLEY LUMIER COMPANY YARD
buy 800D Lumber, Lath, Shingles
5 and all kinds of
$«d BUILOINfl MATERIAL at Reed Prices.
(Iffice No. 122 N. P.Ave. 'Phone 243.
£l)arlie V. Kennedy of Moy & Ken
nedy has disposed of his interests in
thifc firm and returned to Minneapolis.
Hj£ Will probably go on the road again
alter the first of the year. Mr. Moy
will continue the business at the old
sltfnd.
Company will give its annual ball
New Year's eve at the armory. The
company will endeavor as usual to
show everybody a good time and hopes
to make this one or the best parties
of the season. The committee will call
on the business men. Don't turn them
down help a good company along.
Otto Luther gave a delightful dinner
party to fourteen of his young lady and
gentlemen friends at his pleasant home
on Third Avenue South at 6 o'clock
last evening. The table was attrac
tively spread, the room and table dec
oratioos being of pink and white car
nations.
Beauty i Parlors
106 Broadway
^Manicuring, Shampooing^
V 1
"Dyeing, Bleaching,
1, Massage
FACIAL MASSAGE
1 V
Electric and Plain
bath at home is alright, but it is
incomplete,. After the bath a good
ri$lirtg should follow to get the blood
toicirc&ating freely. This has a most
beneficial effect upon both health and
complexion and for this nothing can
take the place of a Turkish bath. Wo
man should take a Turkish bath at
leasj twice a month and there is no
placie f»o refined and comfortable for
this as the Marvin, Earl Cox Beauty
Parlors.
OATS
i
j"i We* want pats in any quantity
^and will pay tof prices.
:tw
MAQILL ft CO.* FargO. N. D.
.V.:
Jhe winter storm king began to frown
artjd gave signs of acting ugly shortly
after dinner today and frisky zephers
w$th a tinge of the frigid began to dance
in the Streets in great shape with an
iment of snow. During the
the temperature l£H •everal
and there was ev«Jf
a cold night in MOti. A
wt
•«,.
^ut^ie e4«w
4-ii!
v
*_
ners and ha£tcn-'- to their destination as
rapidly1 as possible.,
Resolve to iuse no other than Erdel's
coffee for the coming year.
Call .at Monson's and get your trunk
before you go away for the winter.
Wanted—Sewing tiy the day. Apply
at 313 Ninth 'Street Sonth. A. Steven
son.
Harfy O'Neil is spending the holiday
seasoii with his daughter, Mrs. D. F.
Galvin, East Winnifred Street, St. Paul.
In addition to the regular business at
the meeting of the Maccabees tonight,
there will be several candidates for in
itiation
Secretary Phelps of the Commercial
Club ijs in receipt of a letter from par
ties who are enquiring about a site, of
not less than ten acres, for a factory
for the manufacture of plows, drills,
hay rakes, etc., in Fargo. The matter
will ctfme up before the trustees at the
regular meeting, Jan. 5.
On New Years evening there will be
a watch-night service in the Swedish
Baptist. Church from 9 to 12 o'clock
next Thursday evening Coffee and free
entertainment is to be served to all
who attend. There will also be a bap
tism during the' evening. All aire in*
v i e
Friday, W. C. Boyce of the Mutual
Life Insurance Co., of New York, will
formally assume his new appointment
as manager for North Dakota and north
western Minnesota with headquarters
in this city. The cashier for the depart
ment, Fred Paine, arrived from
Colombus, O., this morning and will
assume his duties' on Friday. The
other members of the office force will
be Mrs. H. B. Salter and Miss Boyce
and B. Shaw will be superintendent
of agents. Mr. Boyce went to Grand
Forks this afternoon to arrange agency
matters there.
PEOPLE OF NOTE.
E. L. Brenizer of Arnenia is a busi
ness visitor in the city.
John Mclnnis and wife of Edgeley
are visiting in the city.
L. J. Palda, jr., of Minot, is doing a
business turn in the city. V
P. J. LaBelle of Crookst&H is in the
city looking after business interests.
A. N. Cullen of, Jamestown was an
over-Sunday guest at the Webster.
J. H. Scofield of Minot is visiting his
brother, Sheriff Scofield, in this city.
Dr. Max Bellemare of Wild Rice was
a business visitor in the pity this morn
ing. 1 vv
Geo. K. FosterJ. Godfrey of
Cas&lton wei»ef registered at the Wal
dorf.
Miss Ruby Darling of Aberdeen, S.
D., is the guest of Miss Magdaline-Car
penter.
H. W. Whitcomb of East Grand
Forks is among the guests at the Met
ropole.
Mjss Elizabeth Hankley of Halstad
is visiting in the city and has parlors
at the Webster., j-
E. F. Peterson, Enderlin J. Sv Carr,
Courtenay and A. D. Weeks of Valley
City w'ere arrivals at the Waldorf.
Miss Emma Steele of the federal
court returned this morning from a
holiday visit in Fergus Falls.
James D. Carpenter of the Security
Mutual Life Insurance Co.. is spend
ing the holidays with his family.
Fay Sloan is spending the holiday
season with his parents, Conductor and
Mrs. Sloan. Fay look?' very soldierly
in his ca^et suit.
G. F. Bryant, chief clerk in the local
landoffice, returned this morning from
Omaha, where he spent Christmas with
his family.
Congressman and Mrs. Marshall left
their apartments at the Waldorf this
morning to go to Oakes for a visit be
fore returning to Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hancock had for
their Christmas guest Mrs. Hancock's
father, George Laing pf St. Paul, who
concluded his visit this morning.
O. C. Holman, Sani Hale, C. H.
Smith, C. A. Tyler, J. W. Ross, B. B.
Jackson and E. C. Cooper are Grand
Forks gentlemen registered at the Met
ropole today.
Deputy Auditor E. George Guthrie
returned last night from a holiday visit
in Casselton. Mrs. Guthrie and daugh
ters jvvill remain in Casselton until aft
er New Years.
Josephyne M.' Paulson, superintend
ent of schools of Wells County, Super
intendent Barnes of Valley City, A. L.
)Voods and Miss F. Baldwin, Bismarck,
passed through the c!ty this morning
on their way to the Forks to attend
the 'educational meeting.
Mrs. Jennie S. Tuller passed through
the city today on her way to: New Jer
sey and New England points where
she is going to visit indefinitely with
friends. For several months she has
been staying with her daughter, Mrs.
Andrews at Olameda, N. W. T.
ANOTHER PLUCKY TEACHER..
Steele Republican: Our neighboring
town of Dawson-, has-a school ma'am
that's they are proud of and as an ex
ample of the ^elf-reliant and energetic
wothen that this country raises, we are
going to tell you about her. She is a
married lady and her name is Mrs,
Edenfield and she lives with her hus
band on&a eiaim ndnh of that town.
She teaches^* school that is held in
'Matalt'*,f*$m«e and to reach this
#he dfiVe$ over each morning a
and hack wain
eighteen nules'
recent ^pld
witen «he thermometer was d^ra
ow zero th^riw som|^i«g
2
up*
A QUESTION.
If They Would Guarantee to Restore You
to Health and Strength?
It Menfs as though any person who
is in ill health, all run down, without
strength and ambition enough to hard-.,
ly get around, would give Fout Poj
tcrfield, or an^ one, all they possess pi
the world for a guaranteed cure\. ,v
Such a guarantee Fout & Porterfield
offer to every person in this city, with
out any such sacrifice.
READ THEIR OFFOt,
'We hereby guarantee tn&f our f*i- d
mous cod liver oil preparation, Vinol,
will restore to health all pale and ail
ing women and children, build up tluj
run-down, overworked and debilitated^*'
give strength to tired, weak motileisf S
invigorate old people, cure hanging-011 iS
colds and hacking coughs, bronchitis
and stomach troubles, restore strength
and make rich, red blood for the con-
valescent, create appetite and cure ner- W
vousness and irritability. ..
If there should be uny case of failure,
we agree to refund the money for the
Vinol taken. Is there an ailing person ...
in Fargo who is not willing to accept
our generous proposition?"
When asked how they could do this f:
by a reporter of The Forum & Rcpuh
lican, Mr. Porterfield replied: "It i+"
because we know so well of what Vinol
is made, and have seen such wonderful
results from its use, that we are wil*
ling to back it with all we have."
You see. Vinol contains every onfe
of the active, curative principles Con
tained in cod liver oil, but without a
drop of grease to retard its work it is
a scientific rebuildcr and strength cre
ator. and will in a marvellous manner
restore the sick to Iiealth and make
life worth living. Fout & Porterfield,
druggist.
We believe Fout & Porterfield's of
fer to be generous and sincere, and
would advise any of our readers who
need such a medicine to try Vinol on
their guarantee.—Editor.
WHAT OTHERS SAY.
Trustee There will be no G.' A. R.
post meeting tonight as the registers
for heating have not been replaced.
Jno. C. Zintheo: 1 received a mes
sage from Train Dispatcher W. E.
Berner of Jamestown stating R. 11,
Beggs will reach Jamestown on Mon
day evening with the remains of his
wife. The funeral will occur Tuesday
at
p. m.
A. B. laylor, E. C. All members of
Auvergne Commandery are requested
to, meet promptly at 7:30 p.,m. Tues
day in full Knight Templar Uniform,
to participate in the ceremonies of con
ferring the degree of St. Paul and OW
der
of
Malta. All those who have not
received #hese degrees will require
them to complete their Knight Tent*
plar tH£tULbcrship.,
I
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WHAT WOULD YOU GIVE
GISTS FOUT & PORTERFIELD
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An exchange says: Every little while^
we read in the paper that sonitonc ha*
run a rusty nail in his foot or hand or
other portion of his begdy and lockjaw
resulted therefrom and that the patient
died. If every person was aware of a
perfect remedy for such wounds and
apoly it, then such reports would cease,,
The remedy is simple, always on hancV
can be applied by any one, what is bet
ter, is infallible. It is simply to snioke*£
the wound or any wound that is bruised
or inflamed with a woolen cloth. Twenty
minutes in the smoke will take the pain
out of te worst case of inflammation
arising from such a wound. People
may sneer at this remedy as much a*
they please, but when they are afflicted
by such wound? just let them try it.
DiREcf CONNECTIONS at^'W
Union depots are made at St. Paul an#
Minneapolis by all trains from Pacifif
coast and northwestern points with the
Wisconsin Central Railway, thus af^'
fording a comfortable and convenient
journey to Manitowoc, Milwaukee, Chi*
cago and.eastern and southern citiefc
via two modern trains leaving daily, 6
For further information apply to youe^
nearest ticket agent.
COR.
Jan. C. Pond, G. P. A., k]
Milwaukee, Wis. i
NRST AV.
MANUFACTURERS OF
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Light Harness, Pinery and
Farm Harness, Robes, Bla«)lf^
ets, Bet Is and TuriCoods
iia
ANH MOADWAY
(Loyal Kigbts Temple*)
Hair Goods
W« oarry th*OaMtliae of
kniBU hair goodi to be
obtained in the twwtnr.
wi«» rnede op
fVMB rqa* wrn hair.ore
lartfeetMicto
Mail order* nuedT
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