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NEW RULING
ON CONTESTS
Notice of Contest Not a Necessary
Part of the Record—Land
office Decisions.
'lhc register and receiver of the lo
cal landoffice rendered a decision yes
terday afternoon holding the home
stead entry of Burton A. Stevens for
cancellation. The claim, the east half
of the southwest quarter and lots 3 and
4
of section
31-131-60,
When the case came before the offi
cials again, the papers were still miss
ing, and an affidavit was filed to the
effect that the papers had been stolen.
The important evidence foi the con
testant was a series of photographs of
the houses on the disputed claim.
From the pictures it could be easily
seen that the houses had not been oc
cupied ior some time, and it was partly
on account oi the pictures that the offi
cials decided in favor of the contes
tant.
Because of the failure of the con
testant to appear, the contest initiate 1
against the claim of Anna Adler has
been dismissed. The hearing of the
contest was first held at Kulm some
time ago. Miss Adler objected to the
place of the hearing, and did not ap
pear. The result was that the entry
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valks,
Summer underwear
was contested by
John A. Atlo. who will probably be
given the preference right of entry.
When the case first came before
the officials the local landoffice
.some time ago it was dismissed for the
reason that the notice of contest was
not made a part of the record. The
commissioner of the general landoffice
ruled that the local officials erred in
dismissing the contest, and remanded
the case for hearing on its merits. The
commissioner in his ruling established
a precedent by holding that the notice
of contest was not essential as part oi
the record, if both the parties to the
action appeared. However, the com
missioner instructed the contestant to
produce the papers within thirty days.
Fine Location for a Traveling rian«8-room
house, sewer, water, bath, light, trees, paving
1 ix all paid lot 50x140 on First Avenue bet.
Eleventh and Twelfth Street South.
1,000cash, balance ...
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ine Modern 14-Room House—Seventh Street
ind Ninth Avenue South on paving and on car
itne good cellar, good cistern, sewer, water,
bath, all modern but heat large barn, cement
fitie shade trees, screened-in
porches! Pride induced from
5)5^0 to
Hasy Payments—Fine location for traveling
nan on First Avenue South about two blocks
nom high school seven rooms, bath, electric
lights, city water, double floors, papered, brick
)undation/^8oo cash, $200 every
ix months 7 per cent interest.
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ine Seven Room House—First Avenue South, brick
Inundation, cellar, hath, lights, Jot 50x140 feet, within
two blocks fl rt E? A
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K OFFER Special Bargains in all our Summer Under*
nm* wear Ibis week, and you wilt miss ft if you overlook
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Separate Piece Underwear
The kind that fits andfetands wear
I E E A E N
25c to $5.00
Union or Combination Suits. The
Celebrated "Spring Needle" make.
PRICE PER SUIT
$1.00 to
J. F. Holmes & Co
$2.50
2 and 4
n Broadw'y
was ordered cancelled. The commis
sioner of the general landoffice decid
ed. however, to give the young woman
another opportunity, ind alkfWed her
to select Ellendale as the place Qf hold
ing the hearing.
When the case was called at Ellen
dale the contestant did not appear, and
it was on that account that the contest
was dismissed.
The contest of John R. Clemo, a
Kensal barber, against the entry of
Miss Pearl C. Miller, for the forty
acre tract in section
30-144-64,
Since July 1 representatives of many
eastern manufacturing companies have
been in the city in consultation with
Professor Ladd regarding the provis
ions of the new pure food bill, which
became effective on the first of the
month.
Several baking powder concerns
have complied with the law and also a
number of condensed milk manufactur
ing concerns. Because of the exist
ence of menthyl alcohol in the compo
sition. a number of brands of patent
medicines have been taken from the
markets of the state.
Have you a sinking fund? $1 will
start one at Northern Trust Co.
ANY OLD THING
Bought, sold and exchanged. Ben Hart,
KeeneyBlk., bicycle repairing a specialty.
HODGSON'S HOT WEATHER SNAPS
$2,750
$4,800
Extra Large Lot- 62x290 feet, '"tenth Avenue North,
i w e a e n e w o u s e s a e & A
being bv i t. Price. ..... 900U
ihoroughly Modern 8-Room House—Full basement,
sewef, water, lights, hot water heat,
corner lot. A fine house ..
$3,400
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$4200
New Thoroughly Modern 7-Room House with bath,
full basement and furnace heat, 50x140 ft. lot, fifty feet
to car line south side. $$00 cash,
balance monthly...*.......... ^UwUII
We are constantly adding new bargains to our list which we would be pleased to
show intending purchasers, Call at office or phone 125L.
W. D. HODGSON
Corner Front Street and Broadway -+V
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has
been dismissed. It was shown that
Miss Miller had resided on the land
until she was taken sick, and obliged
to go east for medical treatment. Be
fore the expiration of six months, how
ever, she returned to her claim.
The case of the United States against
Harold Willoughby for tlicAcancella
tion of the defendant's emry, the
southeast quarter of section
26-144-65.
has finally been decided by the com
missioner of the general landoffice in
favor of the government. Willoughby
was employed as a railway mail clerk,
and held that he was entitled to special
privileges as a result.
PATENT MEDICINES ARE
BEING CHASED OUT
Yesterday completed the trip of the
commercial club for this year. The'
hope is to have even a more extended
one next year. Individual members
on the excursion will reap some bene
fit from the trip, but the main good,
will come to the city at large, in the
development oi trade conditions in the
state-
The stops from Larimore to Grand
Forks were all made, and many busi
ness men were met at all stations.
At Grand Forks tjie party
was met by Mayor Duis and
othjr members of the Gi'and Forks
Commercial Club, and were escorted to
the club rooms, where cigars and punch
were provided, and a half hour spent
in the members of both clubs getting
acquainted with each other. President
Lander called the gathering to order
and thanked the Fargo men rtiost cor
dially for their visit. He introduced
Mayor Duis to formally welcome the
visitors, and he threw away all form
ality and made every one feel perfectly
at home.
President Lewis was then called
upon and made a most happy response,
thanking the hosts for their welcome,
and hoping that Fargo would hav.e the
chance to .return the courtesy. Inclos
ing, he said he proposed to introduce
one member of the Fargo club, first,
for fear that he might not get started
in his remarks before the time he
should quit, and he called on Mr.
Plumley, who spoke of the necessity
of co-operation, calling attention to tlve
fact that there should be no antagon
ism between Fargo and Grand Forks.
He referred to the state fair ajfi one
of the means to cement the ttefe of
the two cities, and urged a continuance
of this relation, ui the effor^ to de
velop the entire state in the most sat
isfactory manner.
R. B. Griffith of Grand Forks was
the next speaker, and he told a very
apt story, and showed the vast empire
which was being developed in this"~stat2.
Mr. Griffith's remarks were heartily ap
plauded.
Mayor Wall was the next speaker
and was very happy in his remarks.
He stated that the state was develop
ing more rapidly and showing greater
beauty and permanency than he had
any idea of—that there was a vast ter
ritory which shotild be supplied from
the two cities. He thanked the people
of Grand Forks for their hearty greet
ings.
Banker Murphy of Grand Forks was
called for and made some practical re
marks in regard to the need of co-op
eration. referring most kindly to 'Far
go as the city where he had commenced
his business career.
Hon. Thomas Baker was the next
speaker, and be told an apropos Story,
and urged the business men of both
cities to work together and thoroughly
occupy the field which they had. His
remarks were heartily applauded.
Ex-Congressman Spalding spoke of
the importance -of the business inter
ests of the country, and approved the
push of this class of/citizens, and the
pioneer work being done. He called
especial attention to the desirability of,
securing business while it was being
developed instead of trying to #in it
back aftef'some one else had obtained
it-
The meeting closed with three cheers
for the Grand Forks Commercial Club
by their Fargo associates. On the way
to the train the new federal building,
the Y. M. C. A. structure and the high
school were visited. The Grand Forks
visit was thoroughly enjoyed.
Stops were made at Thompson, Rey
nolds and Buxton, and members of. the
party visited their customers and made
overtures for new ones, !i
7-Room House—Sewer, water, bath, electric
lights, gas in lot, fuel shed separate, on paving
across from high school 4 room cottage on
rear of lot shed room and coal bin, rt* A AAA
paving and sewer all paid. Terms JkJ. (Kill
to suit a i
10-Room House—Five bedrooms, library, par
lor, dining room, pantcy, kitchen, WQod shed,
brick foundation, cellar 13x14 feet, bath, sewer,
water, lights, twenty-four fine shade trees, hard
pine floors on car line on Ninth Street South.
$2,000 cash, balance to suit at 6 /1AA
per cent interest. $M)UV
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7-Room House—Sewer and Water brought to
curb, paving in street, brick foundation, cellar,
good barn, four bedrooms, near car line on
Third Avenue South. Ojie-third
ca|H, balance to
suft .. ... .v.......
A Real Snap—Nice new 5-room cottage with barn apd
lot 50x140 feet, fenced, trees and side alley, on car line,
Thirteenth Street North. Will rent ftQAH
for $12 per month. Price V villi
Seven Fine 50xl40-ft Lots on car line, $200 to $225
each, with $50 caph, balance monthly. A fine chance to
start a home.
$200 Cash and $25
Per
TUB FAHGO POETJM AND DAILY HEPUBLICAN, SMtHWA*'^ EVEOTN(j '"'JtTT5r flt ••fSSr-f-i
COMMERCIAL CLUB TRIP
CONCLUDED FRIDAY NIGHT
$3,000
Month will buy a nice new
7-room house, on stone foundation, Thirteenth Stretet
S o u w o o k s o i s o o s e v- O A A A
e n y- i v e e e o e e a i n e U U U
One of the Finest Residence Corner Lots In Fargo-
Within three blocks of postoffice and
filQAA
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Phone 125.
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Hillsboro yas reached promptly at
supper time and here was a cordial
welcome for th£ Fargoans who were
met by President Go,odman and Sec
retary Carmody of the Commercial
Club of Hillsboro. After an exchange
of greetings there was a drive about
e i y a n a e w a s e e w a s u
sic by the crack band of the state,
Governor Sarles' band. Everything
possible was done to make the visit
pleasant and profitable.
The scheduled stops were made at
Kelso, Grandin, Gardner,/ 'Argtisville,
Harwood /and everywhere the greatest
cordiality was shown.
Fargo was reached for. the end of the
trip just three minutes' ahead of the
schedule, 9:11 p. 111., all agreeing that
the second annual excursion of the
Commercial Club of Fargo had proven
even more satisfactory than the one
last year, along certain lfries, and that
is saying a very great deal. Many of
the participants will look forward to
the trip, next year, and a number were
ready to put up right away for reserv
ed seats.
After alighting from the train three
tigers were given for President Hill
and officials of the G. N. and especial
force was given to the shouts for the
conductor and train crew of the special
train, also for the several agents which
accompanied it, division superintend
ents and a traveling engineer being
with the company all of the time and
piloting the train free from all danger.
Secretary Phelps says that "Pete"
a y a e a e a i e s s i o n w i
his pyramids of pins everywhere the
train stopped and business men were
quick to "see the point."
FARdOANS WELCOMED
AT (iRAND FORKS
Of the trip of the Fargo Commercial
Club to Grand Forks, The Herald says
in its news columns:
Fifty-one members of the Fargo
Commercial Club were guests of the
Grand Forks Commercial Club for an
hour yesterday afternoon. The gen
tlemen were on their way home from
a trip of three days on the Great
Northern lines tributary to Fargo.
The visitors were met at the station
by President E. J. Lander, of the
Grand Forks Commercial Club, and
others, and escorted to the commer
cial club rooms, where a special meet
ing of the local body was held to give
the visitors a welcome. President
Lander presided and Mayor George E.
Duis officially welcomed the club
members to Grand Forks. R. 6. Grif
fith and M. F. Murphy also spoke, and
the Fargo delegation were represented
in the speech-making department by
Mayor Wall, Pr„esidpnt J. E. Lewis, H.
C. Plumley, Thomas Baker, jr., and
B. F. Spalding.
The meeting was an informal affair
and the visitors enjoyed being enter
tained for a brief time by the Grand
Forks club fully as m4ch as the Grand
Forks members enjoyed doing the
honors. Mayor Duis accompanied the
delegation as far as Hillsboro^
Editorially The Herald says: The
visit of the members of the Fargo
Commercial Club to Grand Forks was
pleasant to the people of Grand Forks,
and it is to be hoped that it was equ
ally so to the visitors. The stop of
the party was too brief to permit any
thing like elaborate entertainment, and
this was not what the party was out
for. The trip was planned for the pur
pose of visiting as many places with
in a reasonable radius of Fargo as was
possible within a few days, and calling
at each place just long enough to ex
change greetings with the business
men of the place. The first of these
trips was taken last year, and it was
so successful that it was repeated this
year. The idea is a good one, and it
is bringing forth good fruit. It pays
the people of the commercial centers
of the state to cultivate the acquaint
ance of their customers. Moreover,
it pays them to cultivate the acquaint
ance of their neighbors who are not
customers, and who are not expected
to be. Grand Forks is not a custom
er of Fargo. Each city is a commercial
center in itself, each has its own dis
tinctive territory, with a little debat-,
able ground between which belongs to
the city that can show the best rea
sons for obtaining its trade. But it
pays the people of Grand Forks and
Fargo to get together occasionally and
mingle with each other. There is a
tremendous amount of work that can
be accomplished by Grand Fo^ks and
Fargo working together, work that is
for the advantage of the people of both
cities%and of the entire/ state, and work
that will never be accomplished by
these two cities working against each
other and pulling apart. Hence such
visits as that of yesterday are good.
We should have more of them. More
Fargo business men should visit us.
and more of our business men should
visit Fargo. In brder to work togeth
er it is not necessary that either city
should relinquish any of the advant
ages which it has, but both can get to
gether on a common footing on many
things and work for the common good.
THE COLLEEN BAWN,
An enthusiastic audienre enjoyed the
Fargo Pramatic League's, presentation
of The .Colleen Bawn at the Moorhead
'Normal last evening. The performance
of the whole cast was smooth and fin
ished and will be remembered by the
students always as one of the pleasant
jpst events of the summer term of
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AMI DON
IS BETTER
He Will Return Monday and Hear
Some Matters in Court Before
doing East.
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Judge Amidon will arrive in the city
Monday nifcht from Hunter's Hot
Springs where he has been for ten
days. In a letter received at the fed
eral building this morning, the judge
stated that he was feeling better than
he ha4, years. When he left the
city for the west he was in very poor
health. He has been actively engag
ed in the trial of cases in his own as
well as in a Missouri district for about
a year and his arduous duties had an
.effect on him.
The judge will remain in the city
about four -days and will then go east
on an extended vacation trip.
Among the matters which tvill oc
cupy the attention of Judge Amidon
while in the city will be the hearing of
a^ motion for a new trial in the ease of
G. R. Wanamaker vs. the Northern
Pacific Railway Co. At the last term
of court in this city a verdict for $10,
000 was^xeturned in favor of the plain
tiff, who brought suit originally to re
cover $/• ooo idamages on account of
injuries received in a railroad wreck.
It is also probable that Judge Ami
don will pass sentence on Frederick
Niirenberger who was convicted of
subornation of perjury in connection
with land filings. Nurenberger is
now confined in the Cass County jail.
He was unable to give the $10,000
bond .fixed by the -.court immediately
a$fser Jtis/eohvictiorr.
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•WASH SUITS.
Special prices on ladies' wasli'suits
Monday at A. L. Moody's.
ORDER
Screen )d?ftirs. windows, aj%d porches
screened in before the rushv powers
Bros., Sash and Door Factory.
Net Ltl
SODAS WA
1905.
HOT WEATHER WEDDINGS.
Marriage licenses were issued this:
morning by Judge Hamon to the fol
lowing
Wm. Duffy of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
•and Minnie White of Winnipeg.
O. H. Benson and Catherine Ueber
-setzig, both of Comstock, Minn.
The first named couple were married
in the probate courtrooms by Judge
Hanson.
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Prompt and Regular Delivery
is our rule. Orders from consumers
for the finest Ginger Ale, Cream
and Lemon Soda, and all Carbonic
Beverages should be placed with us
to insure receiving the freshest and
purest goods. Order a case of
Cascade Ginger Ale today. 'Phone
33-K
The Farts Ming Works Co.
s -LUGER TRIES IT.
Mf. C6x,
an old* Dakota' Business
College pupil, has just been engaged as
bookkeeper and stenographer for the
largest furniture store in North Dakota
—Luger Furniture Co. The'large firms
all prefer D. B. C. graduates on account
of the thorough training they have had.
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si ruction. It is made in the most modefn equipped factory in the United
States, by the most experienced workirien. No effort is spared in obtain
ing the finest materials, the best principles of construction} most artistic
effects—which produce a beautiful, rich, clear, sweet tone, which is-unlike
any other instrument. Come in and lef us tell you more-about it,,
& GAAVRD MUSIC
Everything known in music at reasonable prices. Pianos tuned and
repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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25% Discount on Hammocks.
The remainder of our line of Jee Cteam
Freezers will be sold at greatly reduced
prices.
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WITH GREAT FREQUENCY
After \an examination of .the recorih
of both the Fargo justices, Assis
tant State's Attorney Richardson has
discovered that the names of one-fifth
of the defendants who have appeared
ks
defendants in the justice court in the
city since Jan. I,.for violating the state
laws commence with the letter "S."
Not one of the names commenced With
the letter "E.% ..
The total number of criminal actions
tried in the justice courts was in. and
the crimes charged were as follows:
Petty larceny .f.... ,^gr
Assault and batter^ Ihty J,
V Grand larceny f....... jyi
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Slander j.-.S.S
•Embezzlement i. XIK*
Murder..., $$
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ingredients—and the best tasting
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