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i Before IS ,,-V. V v '.= :t :tei' *4: Colvimbvis Discovered America*. Dandelion was used by the Ara^bs a.s a blood purifer and ever since then it has been acknowledged by the medical profession to be one of the very best specifics for the cure of diseases of 5 The Liver* The Kidneys The Bowel# The Stomach The Blood Yo\ir grandmother used to get the children to gather the Dandelion root and from this she made a very valuable medicine. Yoyi have no need to go to this trouble be cause you can obtain for 25 cents a full sized box of Dr. Edward's Dandelion Tablets or Pills, both of which contain Dandelion in a concentrated form, and being prepared by one of the best chemists in the United States they are absolutely reliable. To convince you of their value we offer you a trial package free of cost All you have to do is to apply at the drug store named below. Eft j*Jf) ... Both Tablets and Pills by all are FTUT SCHNECK CHEMICAL CO., sold Druggists. Price 25 cents. 320 E. 43d fit., Chicago, Ut. Dear Sira:—I write to thank you for your wonderful medicine. I was suffering for- four ycr.rs with kidney disease, which was pronounced Bright's Disease and chronic inflammation by some physicians, who did me no good, and I suffered terribly. I saw your cure advertised and I got a box. It relieved me instantly, the pains in my back ceased, and my com- rlexion which was poor, became clear, so tried two more boxes, which have entirely cured me and I feel like a new woman. I am, Yours respectfully, 1 Miss H. W. BAKER. CUT OUT THIS COUPON Please give the beam one ial package Dr. Edward's Dan delion Tablets. A. C& D. Co. Druggists, Fargo, North Dakota. FOUT & PORTERFIELTK FREE! A FINE DYER PIANO 1 To the Most Popular School, Church or Lodge of Fargo. tu order to thoroughly advertise this elegant ihle of pianos and organs we will bold an olec tlfjn whereby the people may decide to whioh organization we shall award this fine instru m*ut. By doing your trading with the follow ing well known business firms you will be pro vided with official ballots giving you one vote fofr each twenty five cent purchase: Broadway Grocery Co., grocers. N.D. Decorating Co., painting and decorating. Mxon I sundry, laundry. C. K. (irecn, meat market. ttfuiton 6c Wall, 'tc tre.iw. C. A. Swant»on. clothing. H. H. Casselman, drum, McDonald Drug C.. drugs. N« C. Andemun. Jeweler, Htme Tea Co., teas. ,* Tren»nc»», rtfatauraitt* •."'*»!%. H, Schwartz, fruits. Mil nam Bra-., hardwacs* 1 6. .1. Berg, tailor. Ityktls Bros., fftrrlera. tTbe ballot boxes are kept at the drag 8tor (l| H. H. Casselman and Ihfl McDonald Drug Jp. Thapiano is on exhibition at the store ©I Denis Bros*., the Broadway furriers. The elec tion will close at noon, Nov. 26,1906, when the .warded, RIMM fIRSI IT'S A OVER. Each Claims to Be a Gentleman. Washington Star. It Is difficult to what constitutes. a gentleman, A Patented Plant. "One plant at least has been patent «d," said an Inventor. "It Is the Abrus precatoriue, alias paternoster pea, alias weather plant. John Nowack took out the patent. The weather plant is still •believed by many persons to foretell the weather. John Nowack was sure It did so, and he put It on the market along with an indicating apparatus, guaranteeing it to foretell for forty eight hours in advance and for fifty miles around fog, rain, snow, hall, earthquake and depressions likely to cause explosions of lire damp. Alas for poor Nowack! The experts of the bureau of agriculture took up his pat ented plant. They proved that the movements of the leaves—to the right foretelling rain, to the left foretelling drought—were not caused by the weather, but by the light And they proved that the plant's famous down ward movement, which was supposed to foretell earthquake, was caused by an Insect that punctured the stem, causing the leaf, naturally, to droop. That is the only patented plant I know of, and Nowack lost mo&ey oa it" v, 111 Baying? Bird* to Free Them. Birds are often "purchased in the bird market at Lueknow, India, in order to be set free again. This is done by Hin doos as a work of merit and by Mo hammedans after certain rites hay© been performed, as an atonement, in imitation of tie Jewish scapegoat. It is essential that a bird used for this purpose should be strong enough to fly away but that does not kiduce the cruel dealers to feed the birds, or to refrain from dislocating their wings or breaking their legs. They put down everything to good or bad luck, and leave the customer to choose a strong bird, if he can find one, and to go away If he cannot. The merit obtained by setting a bird free is not attributed to Deity, but It is supposed to come in a large measure from the bird itself or from its attendant spirit, and hence birds of good or bad omen,' and es pecially kites and crows, are in much demand an^ire regularly caught to be sold for this purpose. "Home, Swe«t Hove.** Probably no one would have been more surprised than Sir Henry Bishop himself could be have foreseen that a single melody In one of his numerous operas would achieve such celebrity that at the present day it is still sung by leading prima donnas at fashionable concerts, Jangled on street organs and loved by a vast public that knows noth ing of music, properly so called, as the purest representation of the English spirit—"Home, Sweet Home." "Clari, the Maid of Milan," the opera in which this favorite soug occurred, has long been consigned to the limbo of forgot ten musical works, but "Home, Sweet Home," survives with undiminished popifiarity and is likely to survive when many more pretentious composi tions have followed "The Maid of Milan" into oblivion.—Cornell Mag ftXlM. Women aad Mirrors. "We carry lots of women clear to the top floor or at least several floors up and then they take the next elevator down without going three steps away from the elevator," declared the opera tor of one of the "lifts" In a big office building. "No, It Isn't because they like to ride in the elevators particular ly. Why do they do it? To get the use of the mirrors, of course. See those mirrors on either side of the ele vator? That's what attracts them. A bit of wind will strike them as they turn the corner by a big bnilding and then they imagine that their hair la badly disarranged and' make for the nearest mirror, which is In the ele vator."—Cleveland Plain Dealer. A. ClUn eae Dad, A Chlnnman was killed recently fn jBangKOK in a duel with another of his race. The Chinese method of dueling Is interesting, but does not seem dead ly. These two-Bangkok Chinamen fought with the two forefingers of each hand, stabbing each other with these in the region of the spleen and at the same level on the other side of the body. The men who go in for this kind of contest practice every morn ing, stabbing bags of rice or paddy with these fingers till they can use them like a piece of iron. Death by Bolllasr. 'V1 In old England, before the law was passed which prohibited "cruel and un usual forms of punishment," murder ers were efteu condemned to death by boiling. In such cases the victims .were chained In large kettles of cold water, which was* gradually heated until it caused the flesh to drop from the bones. The last English victim of the "boiling death" was one Rouse, a cook, who, It was alleged, had killed seventeen persons. Talked Shop. n The question has provoked much fu-' you want you want my life insurance. tile discussion. J.imes J. Oor'bett in situs tiKii* in* is ii KciiiiiMii.-uv, iliM'sJj ought either to be silent or speak Barry Lebr. neither wouH ^thirig* better than silence.—Pythago» by being pluced in the eauie eotnifel vvkl&goijk. .T,f ...««•«. si3^». Spent a pleasant half hour In a barber's chair yesterday.* "How was that?" "Listening to the barber's story of how his brother went suddenly insane 9nd slashed a customer. The barber explained between strokes that insanity ran in his family."—Columbus Press Post. Anonymous, ftdtaolmaster—"Anonymous" akMns .without a uame. Give me a sentence showing you understand how to use the word. Small Boy—Our new baby Is anonymous.—Chums. Trying to Kill Hint. Benham—l, baked you j^aol&er 'cake today. Benhain— I know what HANSBROUGH'S ROUTE. He Will Speak at Different Points in the. State Next Week. Senator Hansbrough, who arutyeci in Fargo yesterday afternoon will spend the next few days in this city proing over the situation with Senator Hanna and Secretary Foley. The sen ator has made a ttiorough canvass of certain sections of the state during the past two weeks and he has the situation well in hand. He will leave Monday for his last tour of speech making in the present campaign. The tour will close on Thursday evening at Towner. On Tuesday evening he will be at Lari more, Wednesday evening at Edraore and Thursday evening at Towner. He will then return to Ramsey county where the balance of the time up to election day will be tmt in the sen ator's home county. Blood Poisoning results, from chronic constipation. which is quickly cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills. They remove all poisonous germs from the system and infuse new life and vigor cure sour stomach, nausea, headache, dizziness and colic, without griping or discom fort. 25c. Guaranteed by all drug gists. Bootblack Imported by Ladrones. .. Springfield, Mass., Republican: The bright-faced Greek boys who for sev eral years have done the shoeshining in most of our large cities have been the subject of frequent comment. Their rout of the Italian was so complete as to be dramatic. The immigration bureau now finds it necessary to in- 'l V THE FABGO FORUM AND- DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1906. :SW- T*' ure i -i i (.?•.<p></p>Sunny iAsS*. y ,.z a i j?,/,/ nsktf'A //4,„*' 7/y terefere with the admission of the boys into the country. Definite proof has not been obtained, but there is said to be good reason for believing that these boys have been systemati cally imported by a European syndi cate to which they have been virtual ly under contract. In that case their i fmission to the country would he in •v jolation s 1 of the contract labor law. High Finance. Life: The Mother:—WiHIe, you're a good little boy. I left my purse on tiie bureau and you didn't take a pent flora It. "No. HuXnof.' FttYa says it's wrong take anything when you're sure to get caught." Y. M. C. A. Matters. Several important changes in the constitution and working organization (4 the local Y. M. c. nave neen effect ed. At a meeting held Thursday even ing in thie assocation rooms and at tended by about (forty members the en tire constitution was revised Mid in anticipation of the completion of the new building arrangements were made for an extension or tiue associa tion work along several lines. The m'ost important feature of the revised constitution is the clause iwhicjh provides for a board of trust ees in whom shall be vested title tp all the (association property. The trustees will be elected at tihse nent meeting of the board of directors. Arrangements have been made for appointment of several additional standing committees and the duties of those now in existence were con si deirably enlarged. With the amend- v/ '.r 7 fe i'-W JAMJB&1 Wm&M-SmMmi, WHO HA* bESuH iHBiClxo/ IN NEW YORK. Gordon Henix lf. owner of the New York T1 era 1*1, h.iS been in dicted by the United States grand jury 5n New York, charged with having deposited In the United States mails objectionable and minus liable matter fn the form of "personal" advertisements, resides in Paris rini edits hi* paper by cable, He visits America at long intervals and ouly ivtnajas, adays. ttaut. W* W, UUUiu, vvus oisu iuUicted, 11 i v iOTfLli-tfinMMtMfrir K. -£&t w//r% k mw The North Dakota Food Commission Has just completed a thorough examination of practically every brand of whiskey sold in the State to ascertain if they complied with the NEW PURE POOD LAW. Out of hundreds of samples analyzed by the State Chemist, W The PUKE r00D Whiskey was the ONLY one found NORMAL. This speaks for itself. SUNNY BROOK BOTTLED IN BOND is sold everywhere. Ask for and insist on the genuine. See that tHe bottle bears the United States Government Green Guarantee Stamp of Age and Purity. If your dealer don't handle SUNNY BROOK, write us a postal and we will gladly tell you where to get it. SUMY BROOK DISTILLERY CO., Louisville, Ky. ... i? .» Brook ments made the standing committees of the association are now as fol lows: Executive, finance, religious /work department, physical depart ment, social work department, boys' department, woman's, auditing, visit ing, nomination, entertainment And house department. From the progress which is now being mau'e on the Y. M. C. A. build ing Secretary Allen is led to believe that it will be ready for occupancy and use in about six weeks and he is directing the association work iwit3i that end in view. Notice of Foreclosure Sale. Notice is hereby given that that cer tain mortgage executed and delivered by Josephine Berg and Christen L. Berg, her husband, mortgagors, to Eu genia F. Evans, mortgagee, dated the 27th day of March, 1899, and filed for record in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Cass and state of North Dakota, on the 10th day of May, 1899, and recorded In book "67" of Mortgages at page 192, and assigned by said mortgagee to Miss I. L. Edic by an instrument in writing dated the 18th day of May, 1899, and filed for record in said office of the register of deeds on the 25th day of May, 1899, and recorded in Book "56" of Mortga ges at page 622, and thereafter as signed by Helen Rhodes as executrix under the last will and testament of Isabella L. Edic (being the said Miss I. L. Edic, then deceased) to J. B. Fol som, by an instrument In writing dat ed the 22nd day of October, 1904, and filed for record in said office of the register of deeds on the 26th day of October, 1904, and recorded In Book "92" of Mortgages at page 422, wilt be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter de scribed at the front door of the court house, in the city of Fargo, In the county of Cass and state of North Dakota, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. on the 1st day of December, 1906, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are situated in the county of Cass and state of North Dakota and described as follows: Lot number three (3) in block num ber two (2) of Yerxa and. Franklin's addition to the city of Fargo, accord ing to the certified plat thereof as the same is filed for record in the office of the register of deeds in and for the county of Cass and state of North Dakota. There will be du^» on such mort gage at the date of sale the sum of seven hundred twenty-seven and 92 100 dollars ($727.92), besides the costs and disbursements including attorney's fees, provided by law. J. B. FOLSOM, Assignee of Assignee of Mortgagee, W. S. Clapp, Attorney for Assignee of Assignee of Mortgagee, Fargo, N. D. Oct. ao, 27 Nov. 3, 10, 1?, 24. •lotice of Sals. Notice is hereby given, that by vir tue of a judgment and decree ih fofe CIOKUI'C, rendered and given by TLIE district court of the Third Judicial ..idiHtriet, in and for the county of Cass .and slate of North Dakota, and enter ed and docketed In the office of the clerk of the district court in and for said county on the 5th day of October, A. D. 1906. in an action wherein Georgo .O. French was plaintiff, and Peter? P. Vhacey, Ruth J. Chacey, Lincoln P. /Cliucey and Clarence B. Ohaefty, were, 'defendants in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendants, Peter P. Chacey and Ruth J. Chacey, for the isum of one thousand three hundred and eighty-nine dollars and forty cents, ($1,389.40) which said judgment and decree, among-other things, rected a sale of the real estate hereinafter desert bed to satis fy the amount of such judgment, whh iaii-rt.st thereon and the costs, dint of such pale, or much ,Uterwf *f. tjxe process y y *u- v »», v* /, 19 applicable thereto will satisfy: and by virtue of a ij'rlt to me issued out of the office of the clerk of said court, directing me to sell said real estate pursuant to said Judgment and decree, I, William E. Hunt, sheriff of said ('ass county, and the person appointed by said court to make said sale, will sell the hereinafter described real es tate to the highest bidder for cash, a,t public auction, at the front door of Uirf 'V^fftft'house. in- the city of Farfef" county of Cass and state of North Dakota, on the 8th day of November, A. D. 1906, at 2 o'clock In the after«» noqn of said day, to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs thereon and the expenses of such sale, or^o much thereof as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will sat isfy. 9' The premises to be sold as afore said, pursuant to said judgment and decree, and to said writ and to this noljce, are described In said judgment an0 decree and writ as follows, to wit: The west half (W.'/fc) of section nine (9), In townRhlp one hundred and forty-one (141) north, of range forty nine (49) west, in CMS county, North Dakota, Dated this $th day of October, A D. 190(1,' WILLIAM E. HUNT, Sheriff of Cass County North Da kota. 1 Pierce A Tenrjeson, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 1 argo, North Dakota. (Oct. 6, 18, 20, 27 Nov. 3.) Notice Notice Is hereby given, that by vir tue of a judgment and decree In ford closure, rendered and given by the district court of the Third Judicial district, in und for the county of Cass and state of North Dakota, and enter ed and docketed in the office of the clerk of the district court in and for said county on the 5th day of October, A. p. 1906, in an action wherein George G. French was plaintiff, and Peter P. Chacey, Ruth J. Chacey, Lincoln P. Chacey and Clarence B. Chacey, were defendants, in favor of. the plaintiff and o'gfain.it the defendants, Peter P. Chacey* and Ituth J. Chacey. for the sum ol one thousand ei£ht hundred and eighty-seven dollars and forty-six cents, ($1,887.46), which said judgment ar\d decree, among other things, di rected a sale to be made of the real estate hereinafter described to satis fy the amount of such judgment, with interest thereon and the costs and expenses of such sale, -or so much thereof as the proceeds of said sple applicable thereto will satisfy and by virtue of a writ to me issued out of the office of the clerk of said court, directing me to sell said real property pursuant to said Judgment and decree, I, William B. Hunt, sheriff of said Cass county, and the person appointed by said courrt to make said sale, will pell the hereinafter described real es tate the highest bidder for cash, at public auction, at the front door of the courthouse, in the city of Fargo, county of Cass and state of North Dakota, on the 8th day of November, A. t. 1 06, jit 2 o'clock in the after noon of said day, to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs thereon and the expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceed* of sueh sale applicable^ thereto will sat isfy- The premises to he sold as afore said, pursuant to said Judgment and decree, and to said writ and to this notice, are described in said judgment and decree and writ as follows, to wit: The west haif (VWg) of section nine (9), in township one hundred snd forty-one (141) .north, of range forty nine (49) west, in Cass county. North Dakota. Dated this 6th d$y of October, A. D. 1900. WILLIAM 12. HUNT. fcheriij of Cass^County. North Da kota. Pierce Tmnesonf Attorneys Pluiniiff, Fargo, Norlh &a)"Tin*-?*-:*• 'v iO«t. «, «, m, 3?i Nov, i.l k Lt s 1' "-V —i'