Newspaper Page Text
COMING EVENTS. Friday, May 18. Meeting and examination of fcers, examining board. Saturday, May 19. Meeting of drainage board. Monday, May 21. Fargo college conservatory of music recital, Stone's hall, 4 p. m. Thursday, May 24w Stockholders' meeting Cam County Fair association. Annual banquet F. H. S. association at Plrie's hall. Friday, May 25. Graduation exercises, Eighth grade of the public schools. Saturday, May 2& Fargo high school graduation' exer cises at operahouse. Tuesday, June 12. Fargo college, commencement eon cert, First Congregational church. Fargo State Fair Dates. The North Dakota State Fair for Fargo will be held on the fair grounds north Broadway, the week beginning July 23, 1906. Note—All meetings are evenings un less otherwise specified. These an nouncements will be kept standing, and we "shall be glad to have notices Bent in by persons in interest. CITY LOCALS. See Erlckson for your next photos Have Knight Printing Co., print it. The Rathskeller is the most unique and costly establishment in Moorhead, Minn. Tou can get your home cookery for Sunday at the Woman's exchange Saturday. Plain baths every day and. evening, 25 cents. Mrs. Foley's bath parlors, 62 Broadway. Don't bother with your furs at home. Take them to Denis firos., for hot summer season. Gross Bros., new job printing plant and German newspaper is in the Keeney block, phone 791. List your Fargo city property with us for sale or rent. We will find a customer. O. W. Kerr Co. PRESSED BRICK Bmt Presstad Brick at Lowest Prime. If yon contemplate bnilding, get figures and samples from ns. Hebron Fire & Pressed Brick Co., Hebron, N. D, Katy—My, Mary, what a fine now hat you have blossomed out in this season. Mary—Yes, my husband har taken the Murray Cure "and we have all kinds of money now,- -1 Our ice cream pleases all who visit our parlors—we use only the purest ereapi and flavorings. Neat attend ants wait upon you promptly Kan son Wall, 230 Broadway. 4 A copy of the 1905 Session Laws, popular edition, and The Daily Forum for three months in advance for $1.50 at The Forum office. This is only 50 cents more than the price of the book alone. Rev. J. R. Mouer of Monessen, Pa., has seven sons, all of them clergy men, five different denominations be ing represented among the young men. None of them has ever heard any of the others preach. They have one sister, who is married to a preacher. FARM AND CITY LOANS Made at the lowest rates, no de lays in closing loans, consult your own interests and write or call and see us. RED RIVER VALLfiY MORTGAGE CO| Stern Block, Fargo, N,1 D. Mrs. S. Joyce, 180 Sullivan street, Claremont, N. H., write^ "About a year ago I bought two bottles of Fol ey's Kidney Cure. It cured me of a se vere case of kidney trouble of sever al years' standing. It certainly is a l?rand, good medicine, and I heartily recommend it. H. H. Casselman, •]Lion Drug Store. A badly laundered man Is a dis grace to himself and those with whom .'fce is associated for there is no excuse for hi mas the Dixon Laundry is in the field and does work that can Jlease and satisfy the most fastidious. ^The most dainty piece of feminine at tire or gentlemen's dress linen leaves Our hands finished as it should be, be A Few Left—Prices Reduced MASONIC TEMPLE) SOUVENIRS PRICE NOW ONLY pe, 0. MeKendry, at Tempi*, or H, Plunder, at Forum, C. An open meeting of the Amateur v philharmonic club will be given May #5 at 2 p. m„ Aaker's hall. As the Work is cumulative, parents and friends of the children are invited to attend. The children are expecting wp. rare treat from Mrs. Elwell of Har '^vood, who will play some of her own Compositions. Mrs. Elwell is author ^f the beautiful reverie, Maurine, Marion Gavotte and the famous Jack ton March, and other popular pieces. Iter little daughter, Maurine, will also §lay and sing. There will be a semi -demonstration of game work in Ter minology and Monographs of the §he tasters, monologues and poems about masters recited, also demonstra tions in transposing, musical short •lp.pd, harmonizing of the scale, vocal and instrumental munic by members o£ the club. Cauniff paints signs best. Tel 3B0L. r'i Erlckson photos will not disappoint. Honest fuel, coal and wood of all kinds, solid, full measure. interior Lumber Co. Phone 92. Lawn grass seed. The best lawns in Fargo are sown with our seed, guaranteed. Shotwell & Graver. Parties who have Fargo city proper ty for sale or rent will profit by mak ing it known to the O. W. Kerr Co. T. J. Young & Co. will give you claim check for your trunk so you will have no trouble at depot. Phone 15. Don't forget—you are invited to at tend the opening of the Woman's ex change in the Young Woman's club rooms Saturday. Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is best for women and children. Its mild ac tion and pleasant taste makes it pre ferable to violent purgatives, such as pills, tablets, etc. Get the booklet and a sample of Orino at H. H. Casselman, Lion Drug Store. Male and female help furnished. LARSON & POULSON, 406 Front Street. Phone 694. Successors to Louis Hotop. In a Paris cemetery has just been discovered the tombntone of Frank lin's grandson, which bears the in scription: "Here lies William Tem ple Franklin, born Feb. 22, 1762 died May 25, 1823. Grandson of Benjamin Franklin." DON'T PASS UP The newest fad. Leterposte photo cards, ONE DOLLAR PEB DOZEN A choice of 12 styles. Twclvs photo graphs of yourself done in novel style. Gait and see samples. DRY8DALE Edwards Bldg. Fargo, N. D. Congressman John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee gave an unusually in teresting display of temper in the house one day last week and was called to order repeatedly by the speaker. One of his colleagues re marked: "Every man has a right to make a blasted fool of himself, but really John abuses the privilege." I Do All Kinds of EXCAVATING, GRADING and TREE PLANTING Black dirt, all kinds of trees for sale, Let me excavate your cellar. L. A. ROBERTS, Phone 880-M. Fargo. Geronimo, at one time the .most bloodthirsty among Apacihe Indians, the other day preached a short ser mon to about a hundred members of his tribe at the Fort Sill military reservation In Oklahoma. The old chief seemed much affected while speaking. He stood on a tree stump amid a cluster of elms on the Medi cine river. At the close of the ser vices he offered a prayer for Presi dent Roosevelt. O N E Y S A V E Subscriptions received for any period! cal published in any part of the world. Will dnplicatn any offer by reliable agency. Send ns a list of what yon de sire and quotations will ba promptl* given FARGO SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY, P. O. Box 330. Fargo, N. D. D. 8. S. & A. Rates. American Academy of Medicine, June 2-4,1906. National Association of tJ. S. Pen sion Examining Surgeons, June 4-5, 1906. American Medical Association, June 5-8, 1906. First Church of Christ Scientist, June 10-17, 1906. Boston, Mass. Account the above meetings at Bos ton, Mass., the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic railway,will have tickets on sale, May 30 to June 9 to Boston and return at rate of $26.00. Tickets can be extended return passage until July 15, 1906. Combination rail and lake routes available with these excursions. For full particulars and sleeping car accommodation, apply to, A. J. Perrin, General Agent, 430 Spalding Hotel Block, Duluth Minn. F. H. S. ALUMNI OUTING DANCE Pirie's H^U, Friday, May iS. TICKETS ,. v fl 00 Per Con pie. v liause we possess the know-how and Ji16,. undersigned the office of the kave the skill to use it. Tjqy us. Dixon ®u"ders Exchange until Wednesday JLaundry Co., phone 666 Notice to Builders, Sealed proposals will be rece#ed by the 23rd inst., at 10 a. m., for the erec tion of the following state fair build ings Machinery hall, certified check, $150.00. Superintendent's residence, certified check, $150.00. Poultry house, certified check, $150. 00. Swinery, certified check, $100.00. Bureau of Information building, check, $50.00. Exposition hall building, duplicate of one now being erected, .check $300.00. Separate bids accompanied with certified checks payable to the order of C. E, Wilson, secretary, for each of the above buildings are required, and builders will take notice that each and every one of the above buildings, must be entirely completed on or before the 10th day of July next. Plans and specifications are on file and can be seen at the Fargo Builders' Exchange, also at the office of the ar chitect, M. E. Beebe. The right is reserved to reject any and alt hid*. W. A. SCOTT., Pres., C, E. Wilson, See'sv K sis .-w I, THE FABGO FORtTM AND1 DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY BVSN1&&, MAY 18, 1006. Roses all the Year Round! Bloom in cheeks once white and »w plump and firm, owing tQ Flesh-builder and Blood-maker. rAJ «rn,anpdalS:PeS and W™odIt.t Strengthen your grip on life by taking OZOMULSION Laboratories 98 Pii^e at, New York* MOORHEAD NEWS. The Degree of Honor ball at Fra ternity hall last night was one of the most enjoyable functions of the sea son which is about to close. Tables for card playing were provided and many furnished the music. John Grunde, of Kragnes, hastily drove to the city Wednesday evening with his young son, about six years Fred J. Reif of this city, and Miss Ethel M. Adair of Lyon county, Min nesota, were married yesterday by Judge Malloy. Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy, and on account of the groat merit and popularity of Foley's Honey, and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine. These worthless imi tations have similar sounding names. Beware of them. The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yellow package. Ask for it and refuse any substitute. It is the best remedy for coughs and colds. H. H. Casselman, Lion Drug Store. Notice to Buifders arid' Decorators. Sealed bids for the remodelling, fit ting up, and decorating the new Quar ters on the second floor of the Stern building for the commercial club of Fargo will be received by the secre tary of the club up to 12 o'clock noon of Monday, May 21, 190C. Plans and specifications can be seen at the of flce of Hancock Bros., architects, and at the Builders' Exchange. Separate bids for the general work, and for the heating, plumbing and wiring and for the decorating are to be submitted. A certified check for $100 made payable to R. S. Lewis, president, must accom pany each bid, as an evidence of good aith to enter into contract. By order of the Board of Manage ment. Hancock Bros., 1 Architects. Citation. State of North Dakota.. County of Cass, in county court, before Hon. A G, Hanson, judge. ...» In the matter of. the'«tale ©I Harri sou Allen, deceased: «Susanna C. Allen, executrix and peti tioner. vs. Walter Allen, Orren C. Al len, Mary E. Bishop, George W. Allen, Ida M. Bowers, respondents.—Notice and Citation, Hearing of Final Account and Distribution of Estate. The state of North Dakota to the above named respondents: You, the said(Walter Allen, Orren C. Allen, Mary E. Bishop, George W. Al len, Ida M. Bowers are hereby notified that the final account of the executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Harrison Allen, late of the city of Washington in the county of Washing ton and District of Columbia, deceased, has been rendered to this court, therein showing that the estate of said deceased is ready for final settlement and dis tribution, and petitioning that her ac count be allowed, the residue of said estate be diMributed to the persons thereunto entitled, her administration closed and she be discharged that Fri day, the 22nd day of June, A. D. 1906, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the Court Rooms of this Court, in the Court House, in the City of Fargo, County of Cass and State of North Dakota, has been duly appointed by this Court for the settlement there of, at which time and place any per son interested in said estate may ap pear and file his exceptions, in writing, to said account and petition and contest the same. And you, the above named respond ents, and each of you, are hereby cited and required then and there to be and appear before this Court and show cause, if any you have, why said account shall not be allowed, the residue of said estate distributed, the administra tion of said estate -closed and said ex ecutrix discharged. Dated the 19th day of April, A. D. 1906. A, G. Hanson, rrr\nn 11 juuge, upon me repuDiican 1 mnrSS?1'.SmJL»«ve deadener, no* J°:.I C°Tmpm OZOMULSION at once. Every tis eue in your body will feel the benefit County Judge. At all druggists. hereby announce myself as can- of age, who was injured while playing date for the nomination of register of with a lawn mower at the farm. In cfceds Cass county. Heretofore I have some manner one of his fingers was not appeared before the people for caught by the knives and was badly any office and respectfully request the lacerated the end of the finger held support of the voters at the primaries by a slight strip of flesh, but Dr. Hyde June 19. R. J. Wilson, is hopeful of saving it. The following marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk of court during the week ending today. |tlon Alfred Gilles of Richland county, N. D., and Annie Romirg of Polk county, Minn. A. Anton Dahm and Gertrude Wold, both of Clay county. Ole Malan and R&gnhil Sorlle, both of Clay county. „. I hereby announce my candidacy for Fred .J. Reif of Clay county, and the republican nomination for the of Ethel M. Adair of Lyon county, Minn. Judge of the County Court. Smith & Parsons, Attorneys for Executrix, Fargo, N D. (Apr, 27, May 4 x&) CANDIDATES. For County Auditor. I I hereby announce myself as a can* dldate for re-nomination to office of county auditor to be voted upon at primary election Juno 19, and would respectfully solicit the support of re publican voters. Arthur G. Lewis. For County Judge« I hereby announce myself as a can didate for renominatlon to the office of county judge, upon the republican tJcket( and respectfully Mlicit the 8Up_ port of the voters of thls There arc two sites—8-oz. and lS-o*. Bottle»j didate for the republican nomination the formula is printed in 7 languages on eacfa. at of Arnt Nelson of Ransom county, N. the voters as expressed at the pri D., and Hilda Soli of Otter Tail coun ty, Minn. county at the primary election for county judge of Cass county, and solicit the support of the voters at such election. S. G. Roberts. For County Judge. I hereby announce my candidacy fnr republican nomination for countv judge, and ask my friends for then support at the primaries to be held in June. W. J. Clapp For Register of Deeds. 1 hereby announce myself as a can didate for re-nomination to office of who did not care to dance enjoyed county register of deeds to be voted this amusement. Parson's orchestra uP°n at primary election June 19, and would respectfully solicit the support of republican voters. B. H. Holte. For Register of Deeds. I hereby announce myself a candi- For County Treasurer. I hereby announce my candidacy on he republican ticket for nomination for treasurer of Cass county, subject to your approval at the primary elec*- y T" ?, Pr'mar/ June 19, If n°mlnated and elect- ed 1 shaM fulfiH the dut,es of the offlce for the best interests of the county. Respectfully, H. A. McConville. For Sheriff. sheriff, subject to the will of mary election in June. I ask my friends to kindly remember to do what can to accomplish this result W. E. Hunt. 8chool Superintendent. T^o the voters of Cass county. I lereby respectfully announce my can didacy for the nomination of county superintendent of schools, subject to your approval, at the primary election, Juie 19, 1906. Respectfully, Mattie M. Davis. /Clerk of Court. I hereby announce myself a candi date for a republican nomination at a primary election for the office of clerk of court of Cass county, and solicit the support of the voters at such elec tion. N. B. Pinkham. I .- Summons. Stytt# ol North Dakota, County of Cass. In district court, Third judi cial district. Marthe J. Vangerud, as administra trix of the estate of Lorentz C. Vange rud, deceased, Marthe J. Vangerud, Carl L. Vangerud, Mentz L. Vange rud, Lauritz L. Vangerud, Ingvold L. Vangerud, Laura M. Vangerud, Selma C. Vangerud and Melvin L. Vangerud, and Christian J. Lund, Guardian ad litem for Carl L. Vangerud, Mentz L. Vangerud, Lauritz L. Vangerud, Ing vold L. Vangerud, Laura M. Vange rud, Selma C. Vangerud and Melvin E. Vangerud, minors, plaintiffs, vs. Kjersti Huseby, Julia Ellertson, nee Huseby, Martha Maria Johnson, nee Huseby, Henry Huseby, John Albert Huseby, Emma Stenehjem. nee Huse by, Clara Johanna Erickson, nee Huse by, Oscar Martin Huseby, Minnie Pauline Stenehjem, nee Huseby, Wil liam Huseby, Ida Elenora Huseby, Northern Pacific Railroad Company, a corporation, Northern Pacific Railway Company, a corporation, George W. Cass, Receiver, Lewis S. Follett, Ag nes Rustad, John Rustad, and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or incumbrance upon the property described in the complaint herein, defendants. The state of North Dakota to the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, which has been filed in the office of the clerk of the district court within and for the county of Cass, in the Third judicial district of the state of North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers within thirty days after the service of this summons up on you, exclusive of the day of ser vice and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated this 13th day of April A. D., 1906. Pierce & Tenneson, Attorneys for Plaintiffs, Fargo North Dakota. To the defendants above named: Please take notice that the above en titled action is brought for the purpose of quieting title against each of the de fendants herein to the land described in the complaint in said action, to-wit: The north half of the southwest quar ter and southeast quarter (nl/2 sw'/t &seV4) of section twenty-seven (27), and the northwest quarter (nwJ4) of section thirty-four (34), all in township one hundred and thirty-seven (137) north, of range fifty-one (51) west Cass county, North Dakota. Pierce & Tenneson, Attorneys for Plaintiffs, Fargo, North Dakota. ('D. April 13-30-27 May 4-IJ-18 '06.) Forum Want Ads Get Results. ,v*v v & i',.M it 'i *5*.' W jji'ilf''I U G" Hanson- '•it The Course includes v kf recently expressed it, "It is la critics' clothing" and tbe critic kwws. The profit is not all in the price,—but in our selling and—in your wearing it. HAD BLACK MEASLES. Tlirae Dead In a Burleigh County Family—Wilful Negligence. Bismarck Tribune: Coroner Gil bert has returned from the home of a man named Parzychowsky, a few miles south of McKenzle, and reports the cause of the death of the man's wife and two children as black meas les in malignant form. The woman died Saturday and since that time two of her children having died. The husband had planned to bring the bodies to Bismarck for burial but the authorities forbade this and they were burled in rough boxes on the farm yesterday. The authorities state it Is a very sad case of wilful negligence and the matter will be brought before ALEXSTERN&C0. mir Grand Prizes EQUIVALENT TO $2,500.00 OFFERED BY tJoKn's The Right 11 •*•, I ^"The Critics' Clothing" "Good clothing" is an abused term about as much as the word "bargain". 1 ou net cr (earn lirw good it is until ^«u suddenly dfceoter hew bad it is icn you wish ycu had bought clothing ilh character to if. CLOTIICRAFT is a recognized ccr tificate of clothes supremacy no bet ter desipninf possible, here are skillful 1 owing, the best trimmings, pcrfect fit ting, faultlessly fashioned, conscien tiously finished and e^cry yard of LOTHCR AFT cloth scientifically 1 ponged to insure the necessary aflcr ld scrvice. It is service that has made CI.OTHCRAFT garments the fast. c»t. easiest and most popular sell ers the world, or as one cloth the county board of health at once, as two more of the family are down with the disease. Not If As Rich At Rockefeller. If you had all the wealth of Rocke feller, the Standard Oil magnate, you could not buy a better medicine for bowel Complaints than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colir and diarrhoea, both for children and adults. The uniform success of this remedy has shown it to be superior to all others. It never falls, and when reduced with water and sweetened, Is pleasant to take. Every family should be supplied with It Sold by all deal« ere. Academy JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA. The sisters of St. Joseph ot St. John's Academy, Jamestown, North Dakota, have inaugurated a Contest for Four Magnificent Prizes, which will be awarded to four of the most worthy young ladies of the state. The young lady receiving the greatest number of votes will the first prize—A Four Year®' Course and Board at Ihe Academy. The one receiving the second highest number of votes will receive the second prize—A Three Year#' Course and Board the next, a Two Years' Course and Board, and the next, a One Year's Course arid Board. the Regular Grammar or High School Studies Piano Lessons. Those wishing to enter the Contest are requested to apply at the earliest possible moment -to the Committee on Contest, that they may receive full instructions how to procecd. The Committee on the Academy Contest at a meeting held April 4th. 1906, formulated the following rules which will govern the contest and be strictly adhered to: All applications to enter the Contest must be addressed to the Committee in charge, and must be accompanied by references of least two persons from their respective town or city. Each contestant will be required to make returns |o the Committee on Saturday of each week and the vote will be announced in the Daily ainl Weekly newspapers throughout the state, at least every two weeks, except the last thirty days of the Contest, when it will be announced every week. V"trcannot be transferred from one contestant to another. EVERY TEN (10) CENTS COUNTS FOR ONE (1) VOTE. All moneys must be forwarded in bank drafts, postal or express money orders, payable to St. John's Academy, and mailed to Andrew Blewctt Secretary, Jamestown, North Dakota who will issue receipts for the same. The date on which this Contest will close, will be announced later. The Committee will meet once a week and check up remittances and pre pare announseineuts *bf the vote for, publication. J. H. SEVERN, 10 CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND OMAHA FROM SAINT PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS CHIC ^^WESTEWR Many trains daily, superbly last time. Through Tourist Cars to California, #f routes west of Omaha or Kansas City. 1 and President, C. A. KLAUS, C. F. RATHMAN, G. A. IJEBER, ANDREW BLEWETT, Committee in Charge of Contest. Road CA60U 6REAT FUIUMTR equ. «•*, making For information write to JONES, Tr a Oiling Agtni, Fargo, North Oatots Ah with choice '«Vi I y*- 1 v ... ,s» 2.