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522-524 FRONT STREET FARGO, If. Silks and Dress Goods Special FOR FRIDAY Black Taffeta Silk iHTBIack Panama 5 pieces of 36 inch Fine Chif fon Finish Black Taffeta Silk. Our Si.50 Leader, Friday only $1.37 JUST RECEIVED knottier THE WEATHEK Chicago Forecast: Generally fair tonight and Friday moderate temper ature. CITY LOCALS Best cup of cofltee In tstat.f Tweeden's, N. P. avenne. High grade cigars given aw4y on pool games at Tweeden'a. Keeps •women's tempers even Dwight's Golden Link flour. All Classes of help for short or penUM* eot positioas. LARSON A P0UL90N, Em ploy i&eab Agents 406 Front Btreet. Phone 894. Get your guns and gun repairing at Johnson's Cycle Supply House. Plant tulip bulbs outside now, $1.25 a hundred. Shotwell & Graver. Suitable wedding presents at He Clane's Art store, 69 Broadway. A 108 Broadway. Anto I I 1/ li matic Vanderille, 11*' lnsitratftd Bongs, etc, 2 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 11 p.m. Admission 10c, Children 6c afternoons. Phone D85 for Delmert & Murphy's quick delivery of wines and liquors. Office rooms for rent, steam heat^ over Winer's drug store. Phone 672-L. Full line Edison's phonographs and reoords. Johnson's Cycle Supply House A 10 tent Cfgar for 10 cents MILES STANDISH Now Speaks for Himself B. B. Kook A Co., Fargo, Wholeaalfc I- Our prescription business grows— reason—you get what the doctor pre scribes at McDonald Drug Co,, The Prescription Store. The Danish Brotherhood will meet at Aaker's hall Friday evening when a literary programme will be render ed. All Scandinavians are invited. SALARY LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Xuiie? loaned to honest employes on jronr I'iam aote. Easy to borrow tu payments. Strictly confidential. Loan.- on furnitnro. iiauos, etc., on the Installment plan. W. G. MAHON, 6i* Broadway Boom Syndicate Block, Fargo. Stolen—From in front of The Forum office, a bicycle with old red frame and entirely new running gear. $5 reward for its return to The Forum, and no questions asked. Piles positively cured with Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. It's made for plies alone, und it does tiie work to perfection. 'Itching, painful, pro-, truding or blind piles, disappear like magic. Sold by McDonald Drug Co. If you want the finest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars call at THE LONE STAR SALOON Free delivery to any part of the cities. Schhtz Beer constantly on Tap. Phone 1197L WM. HAYFORD, MANAGER. If you like Coffee but dare inot drink it, try Dr. Shoop's Health Cof fee. It's true that real coffee does dis turb the Stomach, Heart and Kidneys. But Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee has not a grain of true coffee in it. It is sat isfying, wholesome and harmless even to the youngest child. Being made from parched grains and malt It forms a food-like drink, yet having the true Wholesale and Retail Hardware JS 111 1—• —I D* JOd yards of 52 inch all wool Black Panama Suiting. Our $1.25 quality. Friday only 98c Invoice of Fancy Inlaid Silk for Waists flavor of Old Java and Mocha Coffee. Sold by McDonald Drug Co. Public 'Stenographer—Phone 64t. Erickson photos will not disappoint MEAL TICKETS $3.50 EUROPEAN HOTEL Tweeden's bowling alleys, N. P. avenue are re-opened. Arrangements made for renting to dubs and private parties. T. J. Young & Co.'s bus and transfer line will give you claim check for your trunk so you will have.no trouble at depot. Phone 15. WOOD AND COAL WE HAVE IT INTSKIOR LUMBER CO. Phone 92. The Notch serves hot lunches at all hours—also sells fine candies and ci gars. Try Ed. Seim'3 new place, 304 Broadway. Its good. See George H. Purchase's ad in real estate column 02 this paper In relation to free homesteads and R. R. lands for sale in the Golden Valley, N. D. A Clear Havana Cigar BOCKS MONOGRAM &. B. Kook & Co., Fargo, Wholesale For Sale—On easy terms, fixtures for confectionery store, soda fountain, counters, show cases everything for flrst-class store. Address box 118, Fargo. The high school alumni will give an other of its pleasant parties Satur day evening at Pirie's'hall. Those -who attend these parties are s^lways as sured of a good time. PHONE 250-L PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING PICTURE FRAMItfCr BIG STOCK OF WALL PAPER AND MOULDING ALL WORK DONE PROMWLV FARGO DECORATING CO. 610-612 Second Avenue North CANNIFF'S 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 The Lady Maccabees held a social Wednesday evening after the regular review. The ghost walked and there were all kinds of Hallow'en festivities, making the occasion a most enjoyable one. River waterand Call winds mar the complexion. Euglc Cold Cream re stores its beauty during the fall and winter months that are so trying to delicate skins. Price 25c and 50c. Samples free. McDonald Drug Co., The Prescription Store. MASQUERADE BALL Thursday, October 25,1906 Given by the Claridon Club,. Fraternity Hall, Moorhead, Minn. Tickcts, $i. o Per Couple. DON'T BUY one of the "just as good" kind of heater^ BUY THE RADIANT HOME guaranteed to give ippre heat with less fuel than any other stove on earth. 1 Prize geven to the most comically dressed couple. Mrs Carr Anderson, one of Fargo's most exclusive dressmakers, whose business has grown rapidly, hap taken into her employ, Mrs, Hone, who is well known in Fargo as an experienc ed dressmaker and fitter of women's garments. Mrs. Anderson, with the ad dition of experienced help, personally guarantees perfect satisfaction and prompt attention to all. Because of her decided prominence as a designer and maker of party and tailored gowns, Mrs. Anderson will make a specialty in these lines and desires to Bftmilwfigr prove tier ability •US?.' First avenue soutlJ. Cook paints signs. Phone 925. Have Knight Printing Co. print It, See Erickson for your next photos. Fargo bank clearings today amounted to $93,494.02. Al Johnson repairs everything, at H. F. Emery's hardware. Eastern Star ladies of the aouthside 500 club will meet at the Prescptt ho tel tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARGO CITY PROPERTY W. J. LANE, Ove* First Net'l. BanJr Judge Hanson Thursday afternoon heard and allowed the final report of Winnificld S. Oliver administrator of the estate of Barbara Oliver. WASEM & GAARD, Embalmers and Funeral Direct ors. Lady Attendant. Specialists. Coal of the best quality, anthracite, all sizes, Yougheoghny, Hocking, Po cahontas—as well as coke, for delivery in any part of the city at reasonable prices. J. A. Chesley, phone 39. Go to Hank Waldron's Eagle saloon, Moorhead, for Gund's celebrated La crosse beer on draught, or Peerless bottled beer. Orders delivered to any part of the city. Phone 1108-M. RUMMAGE SALETf The Ladies Aid Society of the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH In Frank Lynch Build'ng, Broadway TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY OCT. 30-31. A petition in bankruptcy was filed in the Unites States clerk of court's office Thursday by Benidict Mercer, a farmer living at Brazil, Pierce county. His assets are given at $1,420 and the liabilities at $2,918.32. THE PANTORIUM Gleaning, pressing, dyeing. City and country trad* solicited, 621 N. P. Ave. Fargo, N. D. The young people's society of the Swedish Lutheran church meet Fri day evening in the church parlors. A cordial invitation is extended to mem bers and friends. Refreshments will be served by the Misses Annie and Christine Nelson. RUMMAGE SALE The ladies of the First Congrega tional church will hold a Rummage Sale on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 25-26 in the old Gate City GroceryStore,8th St. So. The Coterie Dancing club will give the opening dance of its season at Plrie's hall Friday evening. The club plans to give six dances during the winter. These functions have already proved enjoyable affairs &nd It Is ex pected that of tomorrow evening will be well attended. Newsy, Clean, Bright and Helpful Every lady and home should have the WOMAN'S NATIONAL THE FATtGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY EVEXTNTG, OCTOBER ?:, 100C. DAILY Fir»t 19C6 Issne November 1, at St. Louis, Mo. The only Ladies' Daily paper published in the world. Only $i.oo per year To be paid on demand within one month after beginning of regular issue of papet. A postal request will brine blank subscription orders, address at once FABGO SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY JOHN W. 8EAEINU. prop,, FA EGO, N. D. Each reply will reoeive a nice catalogue of perodicals at the lowest prices. Dr. J. M. McBryan. president of th Virginia Polytechnic institute of Blacksburg, Va., has been placed on the retired list as a pensioner of the Carnegie foundation. He Is the third educator from yirglnq^to Receive this istinction. rf Dr. James W. Bright of t&e Johns Hopkins university, has completed an edition of the gospel of St. John in the West Saxon. This is his fourth in his series of books in the English of the tenth century. He is also at work on several other volumes, COME ONE COME ALL Congregational Rummage Sale. Everything you need. Thursday and Friday, Oct. 25*26. Old Gate City Grocery Store, v Eighth Street South. If all dyspepsia sufferers knew what Dr. Shoop's Restorative would do for them, Dyspepsia would practically bo a disease of the past. Dr. Shoop's Restorative reaches stomach troubles by its direct tonic action upon the in side nerves—thd true stomach nerves. Stomach distress or weakness, full ness bloating, belching. We recom mend and sell Dr. Shoop's Restorative. McDonald Drug Co. You may have business worries— but you do not notice worries if your kitchen is supplied with PRIDE OF DAKOTA FLOUR It makes good bread. At all good grocers. Miss Emma Olsen, who some time ago created considerable excitement at the home of C. E. Wilson, caused another scene late yesterday at the home of Mrs. Charest on Fifth avenue south. The woman, it is said, is slight ly demented, and during the afternoon her condition became such that Mrs. Charest called the police. Captain Dahlgren went to the house and brought the woman to the police sta tion. She was later taken care of by her sister, Mrs. Palmer, who resides on Ninth street south. Ex-State Senator H. R. Hartman of Page is in town today. n John PEOPLE OF NOTE WHAT THEY SAY James Quillen of Lisbon was a guest today at the Prescott. G. Lee Clark of Casselton visited thej gateway city today on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Classon of Gard ner were guests of the day at the is a prosperous Webster. Mr. Classon farmer of Gardner. N. D. Harding, traveling freight agent for the B. & O. visited the local railroad offices today. He is here rust ling for business for his road. Dr. Folsom Is out today after a ten days' siege of appendicitis. Mrs. Fol fcom returned from the west a few days ago, having been telephoned for. Lewis A. Felger of Cleveland, O., Is spending the day with Postmaster Eddy. Mr. Felger is looking over North Dakota with a view of engaging in business. Miss Laura Johnson, daughter of Mayor Johnson, arrived home Thurs day morning after a three months' stay in southern Minnesota where she went for her health. Mrs. W. W. Tousley, accompanied by her father, Clark Hewitt, is ex pected to return Saturday evening from Taulitim, Ore., where Mrs. Tous ley's mother recently died. James Collins, one of the popular traveling men of Grand Forks, drop ped into town last night and Is spend ing a portion of the day here looking after some business matters. Hugh C. Hempstead of Jamestown and F. L. Birdsall. master mechanic on the Dakota division of the N. P.. were among the prominent railroad men who visited Fargo today. Mr. Hempstead registered at the Waldorf. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Clifford of Val parasio, Ind., are guests of Alderman Cummings today. Mr. Clifford is the contractor who has the work of rais ing the tracks of the Pennsylvania railroad through the city of Chicago, upon which work he has been engaged for the last fiv» years,-and it will take several years yet to complete this great job. MARIE PAIGE TEACHER OF VIOLIN £1^ 10th 8treet South Phone 700-L i Pupil of Joachini s. l\ Berlin Hocnschuie Graduate under Adamowski. N. E. Con servatory pupil of Dancla,J*arls 1 Conservatoire. SPECIAL NOTICE. George Dower, in Sheet Music Depart- ll .? ment at Stone's. Stone's Music House begs to an nounce that Mr. Geo. H. Cower has been engaged to take charge of the departments of sheet music and small goods. Mr. Dower has had a large ex perience with the Thiebes-Stierlin Co.. of St. Louis, Mo., and the Carl Hoff man Music Co., of Kansas City, Mo. His experience has been such that we feel sure our customers will find his qualifications of the highest. Dress Goods Sale. 52-Inch -black Panama suiting 98c, rlday at A. L. Moody's. M. S. Mayo, W. M.: A special com munication of Shlloh Lodge will be held Friday evening at 7:30. Work on F. C. degree. A. B. Cox, the Valley City telephone magnate, is spending the day here. William Strchlow. the well known MaJ. C. W. Butts, BuUsville, by Casselton merchant, was a guest of postal: Please "kill" "man and wife" the day at the Elliott. want ad in The Forum and send me county, stopped in Fargo today and was a guest at the Metropole. Guy F. Harris, the Standard Oil representative at Valley City, was aipong the day's visitors to Fargo. 1'". Ingalls. superintendent of con struction on the Dakota division of: the N. P., was a visitor here today. Frank Rubish: There was no rail way acicdent In which I was a party. If anyone was caught by a train and a wagon smashed it was some one else. MaJ. Douglas, sheriff of Ro W e jn bill. Received eighty-four letters repjy aj an(j 1 We solicit a continuance of your pat- down* for 'trial during the coming ronage and will fill all orders promptly and guarantee the best of satisfaction. Stone's Music House. f*he Fargo Building Association 5 has MONEY ON HAND TO LOAN on improved City Property at re duced rates of Interest. Call on H. P. LOUGH, Secretary Room 4,Fir8t National Bank Bldg. for The Mosquito as a Moralist. Baltimore American: The summer girl who wears peekaboo waists is much more apt to be converted to a different sort of apparel through the attention of mosquitoes than she is through anything that the preachers may have to say. Lugers Undertaking Parlor No. 11 Broadway. JOHN K. DOUGHERTY. Licensed Kmbalraer aud Funeral Direc tor, Day or night. Phone 1424. Troubles in Proportion. Philadelphia Press: Thirsty Thanks —Gee, if yer had a whole barrel o' beer wouldn't it make you wish you had two throats? Weary Willie—Naw, 'cause dat would mean yer'r have two heads do next mornln'. c-f.V BTg Prioe for i Rare Golrti* Nashville, Tenn., Banner: One of the rarest coins is the $5 gold piece of 1822. One of these coins sold the other day for $2,185. The last owner of this particular coin had paid only $6 for it. Not, until about twenty years ago did It become known that the half eagles of 1822 coinage were scarce enough to be classed among coins that command fancy prices be cause of their rarity. There were 17,796 of them minted, but at the pres ent time only three of them are known to exist. Besides the one just sold there is one in the coin cabinet of the Philadelphia mint and another In the private collection of Virgil M. Brand. iJave picked out Just the man and wife I want. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses wore Issued Thursday in the county court to the following: Christian K. Steve®, Aneta, a©d Miss AndrLne T. JSrlckson, Kindred, N. D. V. J. Kiem, Fargo, and Selma Oteen, Fargo. JOHNSON CALLED UP. Driver of Rig That Injured Women Interviewed by Officials. Mrs. Olga Mendruin, who was run down by O. (J. Moulton's team, suf fered a broken jaw and It Is likely that as soon as the woman recovt sufficiently a prosecution will be start ed against Oscar Johnson, the driver, on a charge of reckless driving. The woman was taken to St. John's hos pital where- it was found that she had been kicked by the horse. Chief Wade ordered Johnson in late yesterday aft ernoon and he took the young man's statement concerning the accident. The chief also secured the names of number of witnesses who saw the ac cident Mrs. Meiulrum came here from Barnesville, Minn., to take treatment for UUL affliction she has been ^ffeHng from &>r some time. OFFICES FOR RENT Single or En Suite. Vault, Lava tory, Closets, Heat and Janitor IN ROBB L.1WRENCE BUILDING One block from l'ostoftke. One blo .k fn in bank corner. 8E£ HALL-ROBERTSON UDWE. CO. Don't Fail To attend mage sale. 25-26. Public Dump. Liverymen, draymen, and others having clean manurw, ashes, dirt, without decayed matter, may dump on rear part of 50-foot lot on Tenth avenue south and Seventh street, dur ing this fall and winter. This lot is low because of the ravine and is on west side of street, and north side of avenue. ffOTii tfF fssGE it the Congregational rum 9 Eighth street south. Oct. COAL, AND WOOD Cross Creek Lehigh Hard Coal, Hocking Valley Soft Coal, Poco hontas Smokeless, Dakota Lignite and Wood of all kinds. MAGILL & COMPANY FHONK 62 Last Day Dn Which They Can »e «Filed In the District Court. Saturday i» the 'last day on wfoich notes of 'issue can be filed with the clerk of court. Attorneys who fail to flic notes of i«suo on or before Saturday will not have their cases term of the district count. Owing to the fact that election day occurs Irefore the opening of the term of court sin extra day 1a allowed tiila Jyear 1m ltfjng notes of insue. As yet there have been few notete filed •notwithstanding the fact that there are a large number of suits pending. GOES TO PAGE. Aaker's Uu.sinc i College received threo requests for office help this morning from Brocket, from James town and from Page. Mr. Ralph Hos ford was recommended to C. W. Dick inson at Page, and secured the posi tion. The A. B. C. gives special atten tion to spelling, punctuation, grammar, etc., as well as shorthand and book keeping, and this is why the graduates of Aaker's Business College prove bet e Fine Winter Apples $3 to $3.25 per barrel $1.25 per bushel BEN DAVIS »Hf BALDWINS GREENINGS V For eating apples try our fine Johnathan's, 40 centa a peck P^J. Bergquist GB.OCBJEI Positively the best groceries at the lowest prices 112 Broadway Fargo mssfi fCitjfjij lu PS FavonJjIy Know* beat Oeeaa le Oer*j» Personal inspection is what we ait—You can't make it any too searching for us Ads your dealer—If he won't show you Write to us and we will dired you to one who will. McKibbin, DrSscol! (Si Dorsey Fur Manufacturers Satn! Paul. Minn. A Manicure Set with "all the tools of the finest lality sharp edges—and de lightful toilet accessories, will be found at this cutlery supply store. Edged tool sharpening a specialty. it Ik' 9fe Donafuia SLlchter No 7, Lighth St. S. argo -*rr- Pure Bred Duroc* Jersey Boars and Sows (March FanoMr) .. Csll onor address Edgewood Farm R. F. D. No. 3 15 Fargo, N. Hair Goods New stock personally se lected in New York and, just arrived at my store. We Make Goods to Order Also make up switches eat of your own nair at mo der ate cost. Mrs. J. Kopleman Phena 1188. 810 Front St..Par ge lla Uic4til**y Removes superfluous hair and all facial blemishes by electricity. Facial Massage, Treats corns and bunions scientifically. Phone 1245-L B. HAR 'STEIN Pull Line of U N I U E SoM on Insti»Hment Pisa at Lowest Prices 402 Proa* St. TeUphoae 181 1134 TWO PHONES Walter Baker's 1135 Choco late, per lb...*........ New Imported Layer Q|1A Figs, per lb. fcllU Mew Imported Malaga £2 grapes, per lb......... dm €111 0"'c!,.per....i. 40O Crown Brand Pick'ef large bottles, each Midget Pickles per juart ]r. Price's Wheat Flake lery Food, one of the lincst, big package.... BUlf Clothes Pins, & 1(»o 3Sc A dozen vV... W New Salk Herring' per lOo Huffman House Coffee *3 ilk**, per lb ... lllfO jja Jbe quality is much Wui' r. than the price TRY OUR FRESH HEATS Wc send them along with your groceries. v4 •wJl#'