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CURTAIN 8:30 SHARP
Monday, January 4
"W"., E. NaY»keville'8 Supreme
,.,.-:,'i Success. )'•.. •'*.
HUMAN
A true story from life, presented
in dramatic form.
Moorhead* special train will leave N. P.
Depot at 8 4'clock. stopping at crossing and
Huraiog after the perfoimapce, free to
ieat re-goers.
N. Wndlaub, *, ft. EliuMh Rindufe, M. 0.
DRS. R1NDLAU&
SPECIALISTS. tj
E, EAR,'NOSE AND THROAT
|*4 FARGO, N. D.
(.j,
dcLendnci* Bjockyepp6st»«.W»¥,j &«£#*»
LEWIS H. HAMILTON
Attorney at Law
v. Specialties:
T':
S'jf
Collections, Mortgage and Mer-
1 cantile
Room^glttHfi Block.
Law.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
+, ATTORNEYS.
I*KB, AKTHUJt B., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
jofllres In Maglll Building, Broadway aiid
V'Krrnit fitreet, Fargo, Practices In all
.« courts,
T^KKNKR, IT. It., ATTORNEY AT LAW*
fljOlllc«'H in-IOdwanls Building, Broadway.
J'nictk'cs lit all fourts.
*\UNKTT. «i jiftiijsB, Attorneys AT
I4u\v—Offices': 4 and 8, Morton Building
IJroiKlway.'
o(j0LR, A: Ts, LAWYER, ROOMS 19 TO
Delivered to any part
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ItoMTO'L
22,
\'W|H«utliigt(.n Bloek, Broadway.
#ILLEU, HF/NRY 1\, ATTORNEY AN I)
sCmniHi'lor at Law. Over Fargo National
iBank, Fargo, N. 1
W»IN«ON, .1. EI, A'TTcjllNKY AT LAWi
Ki'oiit KA'rgo.' Practices to- all
,w-"'»'li. Tax casos a specialty,
HW.-'Wr A, 7VTTORNET" ATIjKW,*
iOtllco bwond floor Morton Block. Brpad-
ARCHITECTS.
_V®SrrOMPSOfl, R. p., ARCHITECT—PLANS,
«...-upccidcatlons and Buporintcndence—Rooms
and 21, Edwarda Building.
^H.BIUVNT, W. a, ARCHITECT AND
i. Superlnt»ndont. IMans, estimates and de
"tails. Otllc(: No. (W Broadway, Fargo,
,N. 1). Telephone No. 53-4.
fAt J. O'SIIKA, ARClii'l'KCT AND HUi'KK
intondeiit, practical plana, specifications
•%t and eHtiuiatos furnished for all kinds of
,hfilldiiigs, Ofllces N. 1\ Block, Broad
jway.
^90ERE, M. R., ARCHITECT—PLANS
jand sjx»o1 float Ions furnished for all classes
,-'of building. Telephone 755 office at C18
."•^jFlrst Avenue North, Fargo, N. D.
HANCOC^IC BROS., ARCHITECTS, OF
?flce over Douglas Block, 113 Broadway,
v .Kargo, «. D. Plans and estimates for all
,kinds of buildings.
•vTl
^, PHYSICIANS.
MWR. WEAR.—DIt. SORKNESS.—PHYSI
•••vjj.^'lana and Surgeons. Office over Wliser's
7 Drug Sloror. Office hours: 10 to 12 a.
2
to 5 and 7 to 8, p. in.
^BARROW & WEIBL.E, PHYSICIANS AND
vffuigcons. Office doLendrecie Block, cor-
Cner or Front and Seventh Streets Office
jj* Jionrs 5) to 12 a. m., 3 to and 7 to
t, p.
111.,
Fargo, N. 1.
JIMt. C. N. CALLANDER DR. A. C.MORRI&
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
aP Olbctt Hours: Ofllce Hours:
JK 11 to 12 a. m, 9 to 11 a. m.
8 to p. m. 2 to 5 p. m.
to 8 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Tel. 345 K office. Tel. 3475 office,
.r S45 Residence. 1048 Residence.
I UNDERTAKERS.
4ajkrD LICENSED EMBALMER-FUNERAL
."Supplies. J. F. Rice, 8 South Broadway,
l- .rear of Moody's store.
LIGNITE GOAL
Hard and Soft Goal
*™Best coal from thfc
best mines.
of
the city.
419 Broadway. 'Phone 39.
J. A. CHESLEY
Lumber Co.-
THE
....Nortli Dakola Conservatory.
Mandolin Guitar
An Instrument Cjivesl
to each pupil. Positively the "best
method adopted. Course constitutes
36 lessons. Lesson's |o cents for
lull hour.
Studio
Smith Block.
further
Call or write for full and
information.
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NORTH DAKOTA KERNELS
Mohall has a rl'^w drugstore.
Incorporation carried at Litchyille.
—^Hteh ftebjtle tii feght it
out. .r ,t, ,r.
Dunseiih jjrqjjjj^ty IsC adVihfcing in
p* V.
ITie Mihoi, Optfo 1s ^gain an even
ing paper, iy. avi,.'.-
Courtenay pc.opje org&'riTz^d ^'liter
ary: sbcie'ly. ,'
V
AVilliank Mttrtky ?of Minnesota, jvas ,iii
Towner}.in •search' ofc Jii& wife,.,wh(j
cocxkesil iij',a hotel there for a shprt time
An indignant-editor'Watifs the! cmirH
.to llayditg: diratcctt -wotrtettrrwttlr
children—to resume their maiden
'», ,*•"
DO YOU
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A Towner County jury disagreed ton
i i s e e a s e i
Bottineau pe0|fe' rejoicfe 'oyeir .irrr
p'fb'veif fire protettiOij, "'i
The Grafton News apd Pri^neB is
twenty-three years,old. -.
The creatrtery organization irt'. Bert'
hold has elected officers."
A' Hunter dealer shipped .41,000
pounds of dressed poultry. ..
0
The ice harvest is in progitess^-and
it 'ships' to a fair crop.
The Alert reports some Hyely times
-at:'Stutsman County dances,
Th^1 telephone line from Tower City
fo Filial'has ,tteen completedj '2-"
V ''J?-
u The Carringtpn Record proposes to
charge for all notices in the fqture.
Tlie Masons of Bismarck are to have
a building 65x100 feet, two .stories.
The Panpratna Rrtoted a cut of the
new fire engine purchased by. Antta.
Carrington people arc sure a crearti
ery 'thejre'will'be a paying proposition.
4 'lot slander and gossip is rp
l)ort«d .weut of Flasher by TJie' Hustler
-ft 'Is said thehSf' may be a 'coal mine
developed along Oak Cretk near Bot-
BanJcs 'Wittri^r^pf., Sj^rkw^at^er suf-0
fer^d a bfpken |eg v»jtienrhls ^ex^h yass
.qyerlurjped
Editor Yottng of iTie Rugby Opti^
mist took a parting shot at some busi
hess-rn'frh.
Alfred Rlaisdell pf.Minpt, has been
reappointed IJ.,. S,.'-. .commig'siofier for
another,,'four year term.
Canadian mpurrt«d police (^avd been
doWri iftto North Dakota "looking: for
Cashel-^the escaping murderers
Mijito people "are interested jn the
Andy.. Jones .diyorce case-f^as the
Joneses .form^iy, Resided therfe^,",v
A eorresjondent of The Jamestown
•Oapifar thinks Stiitefrutn County has
tod many residences ""for. the sheriff.
Ray Gilmer, 17 years old, was" sent
t:mhe ^^r«rt«chBol .fromr l^nvner
Count3j.,pn a wj^t, stealing chargp.
Wrv v
A stove in an Enderlin store explod
ed from too much gas and caused
shoppefs ta do a httrry stttttt getting
outside,
M. K. Allen skipped from Cando
just before he was to have been tried
on a b. p. charge. His $500 bonds were
forfeited,
A day or two before* Christmas a-:
Bowbells man saw a gopher chasing
around—and concluded this wouldn't
be a bad winter.
The Goodrich Citizen thinks Thj
Washburn Miner has troubles enough
of its own without trying,to.bjiitt into
the row at Goodrich." y/'
Sargent' County," GoodHch and Dun
seith—with a battle royal in Pembina—
seem to be storm centers of news
paperdom these days,„
The Bismarck Tribune thinks Mike
De la Bere is near the throne of grace
—as Mike is printing, editorials from
Bishop Mann's church paper.
r_
.Tfye,.good w.ijl season is. said to have
hee^n sidestepped b^ Editor TOwnes—
who'did a 1ittle *business in left?4hooks,
Hght' jabs ^swings' and counters.
^A Christmas tiirkey escaped -from a
man who was in the act .of decapitating
th«".bird.iN The man started to chase
the ujrk and nev^er capie back.
Sheldon claims»to have won the
championship oft Ransom County in
many things and now is understood
Lisbon has "issued a poker challenge.
The announcement of the candidacy
Ctf ex-Mayor Johnson for the Fargo
•mayoralty next, spring-^will be wel
comed by many .of the state editors.
Mayville and Carrington condole
with each other over the darkness that
prevailed during the. holidays because
of damage to the electric light plants.
There is a lot of criticism of the
t.ourts for gratitTilg:new trials on pure
ly technical grounds when the evidence
shows beyond a dottbt the guilt of the
accuscd.
"Frank Gilhier'^fYowneif'.County was
given five years in* the pen on a tfheat
stealing charge an4 Jud«p. Cowan said
he was sorry he cpuUTri't: impose a
larger.sentence..
$ i.i. i
Scarlet fever ist ^pkferfiic in many
sections of|th€ sjMariy-^eople fear
it more tuari the braiicf,..ot smallpox
that has be^ii doihg btlwneis in this
section for 9 few years.
The"SHeWoft 'P^o^reiis bricks
and bouquets atv I^Re Litchville Bul
letin—all in one paragraph—and added
insult to the other damage by spelling
the name of the paper wrong.
1
During the deer hunting season in
Williams County, otie hunter is re-!
ported to have fehot a pony on which a
half breed boy was riding. The hunter
thought the pony was a deer.
?. P. Lowery, one of the Billings
County commissioners, sold twenty
grfded Polled Angus calves to John
Woodman at $20 per head. This price,
secured at these times, indicates good
the fact that
ready mar-
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THE FARGO- FOEXTM -AND DAILY BEPTTBLICAW, FBIDAY EVENING, -JANUARY- 1904
•MMMfiWiM
GBT UP
^*mru A I.AMB BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
"ft*-
Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kid
Jj. ney, liver and blad
der remedy^
It is the great med
ical triumph of the
nineteenth century
discovered after vearB
of scientific research
by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidney' a*rd
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
successful in promptly curing.latue beck
Uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and
^right's Disease, which is the worst
jform of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will Tie
found just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that a
special arrangement has been made by
which all readers of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have a sample
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell
ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findoutifyouliavekidney or bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in this paper and sen your
address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton.
N. Y. The regul
fifty-cent, and om
dollar size'bottlesarc Home at &wamp-HttU.
sold by all good druggists, Don't rnakp
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp--Root, Dr. Kilmer's. Swamp-JRpot
and the address,. Binghamton, N. Y,, on
{svery bottle, ...
AT THE PLAYHOUSE. I
'Ja'ft*. 3.^-Nv'D State Baft&j^&l '3
}an. 4 -^-Hnman. Hearts. 1
/Jf^h. 6.-^Colorado Waif: 4
?i:he
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The beautiful play
leaves a favorable impression where
ever it is pr^ented. Its' naturalness
disarms, criticism the spectator yield
ing himself to its power to make him
laugh or cry as the case may be The
elements of Comedy and pathos are
artistically employed, ariji the lights
and shades of the story are finely pro-i
portioned with a'view to Unity
new sensational comedy* dramas
"A .Colorado Waif," that will* be seen
here fot5 the first time at" the Fargrl
ope^ahouse. on Wednesday evening
promises go6d food for the appetite of
local theatre-goers. -It teems wifn
stroiig-'action and dialogue and has
splendidly equipped company of pln?-|
ers 'to ^Jive emphasis to its- story. -Fore-f
niost itj the list of them is Misfe Belld
Gold, who has already won a strtmJ
•glac^»..U^.aiieai4w«.,,.not -on)y
i
New York public, but tha'f o"f the out?
fef^'pub+ic^a* wdWv
road favorite and it is said that
SURETY
BONDS
for persons occupying
positions of trust
Contract
V Business
Court Bonds, etc*
Insurance
Write for kpplication blank!
and rates. ,*

Fargo, N. D.
*.xW?{ cz w?
outh Dakota.
may
o^ 11 4
A
Colorado V\raif furnishes her wiLh o«e
of her strongest roles. The scenery,
accessories and equipment of all kinds
is in keeping with the strength and
power of the play itself. So far it has
been highly praised by press and pub-
'W -a
?^ARGOAN WAS THERt.
In the reports of the proceedings of
the fifty-third annual convention of the
American Association for the Advance
ment of Science which convened at the
high school building, St. Louis, Mo.,
last Monday, it is noticed that amopg
those in attendance wasv R. A.
Wetzel,
head of the science department of the
Fargo High School.
An important work of this meeting
of the association will be the establish
ment of a section for plant and animal
breeders. This auxiliary was suggested
three years ago by the American agri
cultural colleges and experimental sta
tions, but not until this year did the
plans for perfecting an organization
lake definite form.
About 100 men interested in the new
section are in attendance. The organ
ization committee comprises W.
llays, St. Anthony Park, Minn. L. If.
Bailey, Ithaca, N. Y. H. J. Webber,
Washington, D. Thomas F. Hunt,
Ithaca, N. Y. and C. F. Curtis, Ames,
la.
1
Among the gentlemen interested in
this new section are Dr. David G. Fair
child of the United States department
of agriculture, Dr. Cyril G. Hopkins
of the University of Illinois, Dr.
Charles D. Woods of the University of
Maine. Prof. Andrew Boss of the Uni
versity of Minnesota and Prof. R. A.
Emerson of the University of Nebras
ka. Professor Carleton, the well
known expert in macaroni flour and
products is also in attendance.
J*
E E. KAUFMAN
ON H. V. JONES
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Statlstletai Kaufman Dfactt&ea the
Figures Given Out By the Depfert
ihent of Agriculture.
He Unvote* Some Space to ?Janes of
'Mlnqeipolis and Other Crop
JSat)oi«tors..:r, .,
^*1
To The Forum To r^d the^twiiii
city newspapers and 'The C^*nmerciai
West, one would1 almost Cdme to the
conclusion that there wfed conspiracy
in tlte ibu&a'u of statistics of the. de
partment, of agriculture to bring dis
credit upon what is called the Jones
crop estimate of Minnesota and the
Dakota's.''
In" The Journal of Dec. 29 the final
government figures on the wheat crop
of thesfc three stfttes are given as fol
lows:
Minnesota, 70,652,597
North t)akqta 55,240.5*0
South Dakota '.
fo
have normal- growing
conditions two. different years and yet
Get a greater yield one year than in
the other. The trade knows the same
thing to be true the newspaper man
'-fs: 'supposed to' know'Everything so it
looks like ,a^'-wilful misrepresentation of
facts in a great many instances. li
there is such a place as "between thd
devil and the deep sea" the bureau of
statistics must be located there. Boards
of trade and chambers of commerce
.wait, breathlessly, on- the tenth of each
month for the report of the.bureau. If
it agrees with the trade, "we knew it,"
if ndt.'then it is "cussed and discussed'*
ltrom the ground up and the trade takes
up Jones, Snow, Thornton, or some
one else according to whether or not
that particular "trade" is a bull or a
bear.
About tbe only difference between
the, government report and Mr. Jones
is in .the, figures on acreage. For years
Mr. Jones.' figures were much larger
than the bureau's. Just now he has
gone to .the other extreme. The cen
sus figures showed Mr. Jones much
more toa high than the government
was. top low.
Just now the "trade" is lambasting
the bureau because it reported 500,000
less bales of% cotton than the trade
thought there was. Cotton went up in
•priq^.and the fellow who was sold
short "immediately put up a "holier''
and is going to have the bureau aboU
ished." The census showed the bifreau
to be off in estimates of cotton that
year about 11,000 bales. The trade was
divided as it usually is' according to
whether it is a bull or bear.
The farmers of the United States
will make the greatest mistake of their
lives rf they allow the bureau of statis
tics of the department of agriculture
to be abolished. The trade collects
statistics of crops to be sure, but' let
110 official figures be given out and it
can easily be seen where a selfish trade
vvOjuld land the crops.
Ci
47,252,994
Total 173,146,171
Then follows the statement "these
^figures) indicate a heavy reduction
inder original government estimates
nd a corresponding nearer approach
fhe Jones estimate made last August
just before harvest."
In the first place the government has
never made but one estimate 011 the
crop and not "estimates" as The Jour:
nal states. The report on Oct. jio wa$
only a preliminary qrie on the average
yield per acre.
For Minnesota it 'Was 13.1 North
Dakota 13.3, and South Dakota••14.3
bushels per acres Taking the govern
menf feport -op acreage and we get
the crop as follows:.
Minnesota 70,652,597
orth Dakota
57,850,371
48,622,646
177,125.614
From this we see the "heavy reduc
tion under original government esti
mates" amounted to only 4,000,000
bushels.
It) July, August and September the
'governrhent does not give ah estimate
but simply reports the condition on
the basis of a normal crop being 100.
The trade then figures this report into
bushels and the newspapers make the
statement that the government report
on wheat in Minnesota and the Da
kotas is so. many million bushels. The
(government report, is* nothing, of the
kind, tf a normal crop was the .same*
year aft'er year, such statements would
not be so misleading. Every farmer
knows 'he
E. E. Kaufmata.
Si*ie of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
County.—ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
fs senior partner of the firm of F.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hail's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Chehey.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my.presence this 6th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason.
[Seal.] Notary Public.
Hall s Catarrh Cure-is taken inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous -surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials*, ifreei. F. j,
Cheney, & Co., Toledo, G.
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Hall s Family Pills are the best.
DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT
Union depots are made at St. Pattl and
Minneapolis by all trains from Pacific
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 cities
via two modern trains leaving daily.
Eor further information apply to your
nearest ticket agent.
Jas, C. Pond. G. F, *U
,, Milwaukee, Wis.
For State Nsws Head The y'Fortuu.
A V -H I 1
ppp^pi™
i,
:. iv
Wilser's Drug Store
GIBBS,
Iv. B.
RAILROAD NOTES.
DELAYED N. P. TRAINS.
'ThfcT ^hehiinglg 'fLimited pasted
through the city about 10 o'clock, three
hours, fete. Laist nightJs east bound
coast train due about 11' o'clock was
reported nineteen hours late and it is
thought will arrive in the city between
5' and 6 tfifloek this evening.
Rogers, N. D., Dec. 31.—To The Fo
rum: The third annual sale of Short
Horn cattfe Will'take" place, in Fargo
on June-" 7, tgd^ The bes^ lot of cattle
evci sold in the state will then .b.e of
fered. I have engaged. tJb.e.-veteran
Shorthprn auctioneer, Cpl. F* M.
Woodp of ^Nebraska and Col. Chas. E.
Wilson of-Fargo, to dcliver the goods.
'J
A. A. Booth.
rca^ze
|pil5
an^
no
Whether the journey is for pleasure, busi
ness or health—for a few days or severa!
weeks—near by, to Oklahoma or 'cross conf.
Sv tinent.'toi-California-^ T.
C.C. CARPHNTER, Pau.^,
A. T. S. F. ity.
ft
Oitarsntr Loan
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^AMW^HHAPOUS, Mftf&i
V
If you want anything that is kept in an up-to-date drug store,
to \Vilser's for it. If it is in town, Wiiser has it if it is not
Ftow^ SVilser tviH get itYor ydii qtiickeir'than artybody else.
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WOOD! LIGNITE 1 WOOD!
My prices for fuel on cars at Fargo are as
Seasoned Maple .... $6.75 per cord Seasoned Ash
Seasoned Birch 6,25 per cord
Seasoned Oak 5.75 per cord
Seasoned Tamarack.. 5.00 per cord
Dry Cut Tamarack.... 4.50 per cqjTd
,, .. Lignite Coal.......
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"""Work begun.
Th N. P. has men. and suppties at
Davenport and all is ready to begin
work on the new passenger depot, to
take the place of the one recently burn
ed. The new structure is tf) be of two
stories and somewhat different in ar
rangement fro the one destroyed.
Weather permitting the new building
will be ready fqr,pcaip*ncy by the' end
of February.,
SHORT HORN SAL,k
-J It will pay you to look into the SANTA FE as the wajf
io go. You can ride on the' Citlifbrnifc Ximfted or
the more economical deeper
service is faultless either way, :f/:
ForK., W. PaKot*.
BASKETBALL TONIGHT.
The High School Team Will Have a (km* With
the Alumni*
The Fargo High School basketball
team will commence hostilities for the
season with a game at the armory this
evening. The boys have selected the
high school alumni for their victims.
There are a number of the alumni in the
city, some being home,from other in
stitutions during .the holidays, and the
game should be an interesting contest.
The high school boys have been prac
ticing lately and are reported to be
rounding to in good shape.
The game is called at 8:30 sharp and
Ihe admission is only 25 cents.
For State News Read The Fortuity
Fargo Harness Co.
COR. FIRST AV. AND BROADWAY
(Loyal KLights Temple.)
TSo Old Pioneer Harness Dealeft
MANUFACTURERS OF
Light Harness,: Pinery hi
Farm Harness, Robes, Blank
ets, Bells and Turf Goods.
SHotwell (Si Graver
O I S S
Roses, Carnationgt Violet** etc.
Special attention paid to out-of-town
Orders. Wedding and Funeral Ffower*
specialty.
Phone 424.
P. O. Box 437.
v
Bear in mind the fact that t|ie SANTA FE i« the ont|^
4h'bj -r W* under one inanagemeiit from Chicago through to
It ia 8aati F© AH tlie Way/'and
much to say.
c\-:
thHt the begt advertiseraeiit is a pleased patrol^
effort will be spared to make yptot trtp en|oya^
This coupon is offered for your use.
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104 Front 5t.
Fargo, N. fo.
follows:
$4.75 per cbrd
Seasoned Jack Pine.. 4.00 per cbrd
Dry Cut
3.50
a'
per cord
Seasoned Poplar ...... 3.50 per cord
Pine Slabs
3.00
per C0rd
3.00 per ton
These prices will apply to pnfnts west of Fargo, with proper al
lowance made for difference in freight from shipping points. Prompt
shipm,ent and full measure guaranteed. The business of car lot buyers
solicited. Address
Fargo. N. D.
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lam planning a trip to.................
Pieaso xeuci me literature abd lnformatku as
to rat08, etc.
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