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BHi VMM] Slot MATT I In At IWET TROUBLE BACKACHE OA TAIMtM Of My Qthmr Blood Traubi* If you are you will find Immediate relief in IF IT FAILS satisfy you after taking half ttle, return the bottle and I wl REFUND YOUR MONEY. Could 1 do more to show my fait* this wonderful remedy th.-xi make you this absolute guarantee Pout & Porterfield, fTiP-—*t Tr«« 1' .. .1 Skobvell & Giaver FLORISTS Phone 424 Do not send Itfty further for fresh cut flowers than Fargo for weddings, etc. Funeralu designs of every description made up on short notice. Palms, Ferns, Chrysanthe, mums, Primroses, Lilies, Hyacinths, Tulips and Narcissus Bulbs Gold Fi.sh, Globes, Fish Food, Canary Birds. Special attention to out-of-town or ders. White for catalogue. ColArs of the Bluebird. Of the male bluebird Thoreau said, "He carries the sky on his back." To 1his John Burroughs added, "and the earth on his breast." The bird's back, wrings and tail, chin and throat are a vivid blue, while his breast and flanks are a chestnut, brown and his abdomen a dirty white. The female is very much duller in coloring, often having a red dish tone that extends from the middle of the back over the shoulder. TJ*e Seminole Indians say that the male bluebird once flew so high that his back rubbed against the sky, which imparted to him its own azure tint. Returning to earth, his wife so admired his new coat that she determined to have a like one for herself and the next morning flew away to get it, but the day proving somewhat cloudy the col or given to her dress was not so bril liant as was that received by her mate. y' Advice to Housewives. KTo home is so pleasant, regardless of the comforts fcteat anon«y fr tyi ^iy, as when 'the entire family is in per fect health. A bottle of Orino Lax ative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It will cure every member of the family of constipation, sick headache or stomach trouble. H, H, Casselman, Lion Drug Store, Notice of Sftto. Notice 4er hereby given that by vir tue of a judgment and decree in fore closure, rendered and given by the district court of the Third Judicial district, In and for the county of Casts, state of North 'Dakota, and entered and docketed in the office of the clerk of the district Court in and for said county on the 16th day of October, A. D., 1900, in an action wherein The Northern Trust Colnpany, a corporation, was plaintiff, and Lincoln P. Chaccy, Clar ence B. Chacey and The Northwestern Mortgage Security Company, a cor poration, Hvere defendants, in favor of fcaid plaintiff and against the defend ants, Lincoln P. Chacey and Clarence B. Chacey, for the sum of One Thou sand Six Hundred and Seventy-eight dollars and thirty-four cents, ($1,678. 84) which said judgment and decree, among other things, directed u sale to •be made of the real estate hereinafter described to satisfy the amount of *?uch judgment, with interest thereon and tiie oo»ts and expenses of such tittle, or so (much thereof as the. pro ceeds of said sale applicable thereto will satisfy and by virtue of a writ to me Issued out ®f the office of tihe clerk of mid court, directing ine to sell said feal property pursuant to said judg ment and decree, I, William E. Hunt, (Sheriff of said Cass county, and the •person 'appointed by said count to make said sale, will sell the herein after described real estate to the high est bidder, for cash, at public auc tion, ait the front door of the court ho use, in the city of Farigo, coiinty of Cass and state of North Dakota, on the 21st day of November, A. D. 1900, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said Bay, to satisfy said judgment, with Interest and costs thereon and the ex Leivses of such sale, or so much there of as the proceeds of such sale appli cable thereto will satisfy., The premises to be sold as aforesaid, pursuant to said Judgment and de cree and to said writ and to this no tice, are described in said judgment and decree and. writ as follows, to ivit: yhc east half (&¥*) of section iwenty^six (26), hi township one liundred and forty-one (141) BVith, 4»f range forty-nine (49) west, in Cass County. North Dakota. J- Darted this 17th day of .October, A. if). 1909. WILLIAM E. HUNT, Sheriff of Cass County, North Da kota. fierce '& Tennesson, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Fargo, North jDakota. (Oot. 1*^*4, 7, 34.) "V. iWTMMlPi «mwif isa»ar» lute realm Contest Anticipated When Yankton Bunch Plays th® A. C.—Visitors Fast. The same of football next Satur day between the A. C. and Yankton college will be played under the rules of the Northwestern football confer ence league. The fallowing jjien have (beijn vouched for as elWbl^to play under thewe rules: Robbins,"Gardner, i StrohbeltY Alseth, Brannyon, War jirn Beyer, Gurner, Madok, Wator bury, Tredway, Melick, Coulaon, Duy, Swanson, Brown and Zephh-r. Some of these men are heavy and have had I several years experience. They have a fast quarter and one end is a sprinter so there will be any amount of uncer tainty in the game till the end. They havfe one mail in the back field who 'R'V Gome it rue C*nej AT n. DAC FARGO HOt V. Fargo, N. D. frort/1/ti"ocr.i/. CAKiTOfi Oet.te. YANKTOrf-SD VW.a H/UILWC^ U N OCT z? will compare favorably with Jack i. w, "to Marks and who is liable make trou- blc* if he ever breaks through or gets past the eitd. The game is going to be an interesting contest and will be anybody's game till the last whistle. There is correspondence on looking toward a game between the Haskill Indians and the A. C. team for Thanksgiving. It would be a very ex pensive game as the Indians have a long distance to travel to reach here. They have a fast team at Haskill this year and would put up a very inter esting contest. The results of the ne gotiations are awaited with much in terest. i THfc GAME AT HOPE. Interesting Contest in Whith Coaches Participated—"Preachers" Won. Coach Grogan's football team of Fargo college, defeated the Hope ath letes at Hope, Monday afternoon by a score of 5-0. The game was called at 4:30. Fargo won the toss and Hope kicked to them. Agricultural Education Is Daily Tr re ana more Is the importance of an agricultural education im pressing itself upon the country. "What dfinand for many professions —evidence of preparation—public poli cy demands for the tiller of the soil," said President Worst'of the -North Da kota Argk-ultural college. "From the same soil must grow the world's bread and raw material fdr the factory until the end of time. Its productiveness must not be impaired, its plant food must not be exhausted by ignorant or careless methods of cultivation. Not onlv farmers but professional and business men, profit from 'intelligent agriculture. "Agricultural colleges were founded and are given a certain amount of fed eral aid for the express purpose he continued, of placing agricultural pursuits upon a plane of educational efficiency equal to that required for law or medicine. The studies offered in an agricultural college afe both cul tural and practical and what is more, they deal with lively problems, with every day affairs. They have little concern for traditions jind worn out philosophies. The present and the future take precedence of the buried past. They prepare men and women for life's battle and it must be fought— now and through life-—leading with primal forces and the creation of wealth from original sources rather than to better scramble for it, sec ondarily. "Farmers should learn to place a proper estimate upon their vocation WhyThouid he do this if he did not feel that the country (and perhaps indirectly, as a business man) would be vastly bene fited by encouraging this particular tanner take a» much lnlere«t-for hl» son—who has everything In interest? ff |a»kr .should be hl« ambition. Parents back to about the and after two short gains through the line, a quarterback run netted about thirty-five yards. Fargo was held for downs. Hope, in turn, was held for downs. Fargo goi the ball on their twenty-yard line and In two plays pushed the ball ove1 for a touchdown. Fargo missed goal Score: Fargo !, Hope 0. Another touchdown in the first half was prevented by time being called, the ball being inside of Hope's one yard line. The second half was a punting duel, in which the college had the best of At no time was fcTargo's goal in dan^c while Hope was almost scored on twice by two beautiful forward passes, which the college got away with. The good tackling of Milligan of Hope be ing all that prevented a touchdown in eaoh case. Contrary to The Morning Call's re port, it was not the Hope high sehfwi' but a team made up of old football .men. known as the Hope athletes Coach Hitchcock, an old Knox man, and a team mate of Coach Grogan, played a strong game at light tackle Captain Lewis at halfback, Taber at fullback, and Hughes at end were es pecially strong on defense. Hope made first down twice on forward passes, which were gotten away with very neatly. Fargo was considerably outweighed, but good coaching more than made up for it. For Fargo, Laker, Hlodland, Mat teson and Leslie shone on the de fense Captains McConville an'! Pritchard played a strong offensive game. The whole line put up a stonr wal1 defense and gave the old tinier^ nn tho Hmw team more than they could handle. The buy say they weretreated lik princes while at Hope. The lineup was as follows:** 4 Hope A. A.— Fargtf COlleg' (Oaptj||n) Lewis. .1. e... .TLukev Sabin t. .1. '...Vaude E Major 1. jf. Worly and Carey .1. d. Brunswaid r. g. Hitchcock r. t. Hughes r. V.. Moni.'j 1. h." Mulligan r. Nelson q. ... Bogav .......Pollock Algarsinger .. *ummon'l ..Matteson 'Headland Leslie .,. .Pritchard Grogan Tabor or McLaughlin f. McConville (c) i Bergan- Kaufman Fight. Sim 'Francisco, Oct. 31.—All arrange ments are complete for the twenty round contest between Sam Bergcr an* L. Karfman here tonight. A great many prominent sportsmen are collect ing. Straight Marquis of Queensbury rules are to govern the match, which will be reflected by jack Walsh. i 7: and encourage their children to make marriage. The lady to whom this un the best preparation for successful farming. Hundreds should be encour aged to take a'Coui'se of study in an agricultural college where only doz ens do now. Not only the student but the country would profit by it. The mission of agricultural colleges Is to those who intend to follow agricul tural or mechanical pursuits for a live lihood. Farmers, therefore, should help the cause of agriculture by giving their children a good education in an institution specially equipped to meet their wants. "J. Ogden Armour, the packer, has offered $r,oo'0 a year to provide schol arships in agricultural colleges, and Mr. Armour is not a farmer "An education that fits one to do a i tures and mine., fc rank friend-—I pre-, particular thing well. and with wme that's true. I can:t myself, pleasure, is vastly preferable to a legacy of mere wealth. The latter Is more often a curse than a blessing. Coming into possession of unearned take' our daughier from us you want wealth is seldom a ble3lng. j0 |jer (10ix) suddenly, without "It is every man's duty to make a1 living—for himself and his family, provided he is physically normal. To do this with pleasure, to enjoy the can aid their children to do this in no better way than by affording them the mean(| of acquiring an education that lyis a direct bearing upon their lifewOrk. If they cannot secure a lib eral education then give them a chance to at least get an awakening—to ger minate that they may grow into their calling. Don't confine their entire, though perhaps limited schooling period to getting a hazy idea of many things which they will never have oc casion to make any use of whatever "Agriculture is a great and growing profession. Its processes are founded upon the sciences. As an art it has been practiced for ages, but thf natural Increase of population makes ii imperative that this art and its asso ciated sciences work hand in hand supply the world's wants. Agricul tural education is the present greai demand. Fanners above all others should heed this fact and put a proper estimate upon their business by edu cating their children—those that ex pect to live on farms, in an agricul tural college. "Let us not be ashamed of our call ing, but rather let us raise our pro fession to the highest level that scien tific and technical training Will ad mit of." *-, Odd Proposal of Marriage. That celebrated painter of flower •nd figure subjects, William Hunt, was on one occasion commissioned by a gentleman to paint his portrait in the attitude of kneeling and holding in his hand an open scroll whereon were writ ten a declaration of love and an offer of usual proposal of marriage was sent replied with a chalk drawing of her self with a sheet of paper In her hand, on which was inscribed a laconic "¥*»." ftsbblih Hespi. In a thousand miles of Europe I saw but one rubbish heap—some old metal cans at Carlaruhe. Everywhere else was a complete absence of all waste or carelessness and, above all, of de facement and roadside uucleauliuess. The foul vacant lots and dirty dumps that abound in and about American towns are —Exchange. type of education. If Mr. Armour, the compete with the picture factories, packer, can afford to thus encourage i agricultural education in which he has no direct interest, why should not the be found anywhere. One of Tkesi, Straggling Artist—No use trying to whk,h are turniug out cheap daubs bv tb(} mmon troub,e K rf"» "f e betweou those pic- Open t» the. Wnrnlnf# Okl 'Quiverful—And so vou wknt to I a word of warning? Young CJoslow— Not at all, sir. If there is anything about her you want to warn me against VmymiingtoU^ A I SANBORN GOT MARRIED. GMH&T if Minot Sank W«ddt»d to young Lady of Minnesota. lti|sdny afternoon R. p. Sanborn ancT Miss Grace FTnkelson of North field, Minn., were mar re id at her par ents' home. They will make their home in Minot. "Bob" Sanborn was village marshal at Sheldon twenty years ago, then for a long time sold farm mach inery at Lisbon, .served a term in the state senate, went to Minot as regist er of the landofllce and Is president of the Afinot State bank. All the time he has been one of the best fellows on earth. The bride is a niece of Post master Brunner of Minot, a business associate of Mr. Sanborn's. Wounds, Bruises and Burnt. By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds, bruises, burns and like in juries before inflammation sets In, they may be healed without maturation and in about one-third the time re quired by the old treatment. This is the greatest discovery and triumph of modem surgery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on this same principle. It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries, causes them to heal very quickly. It also allays the pain and soreness and prevents any danger of blood poisoning. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money, not to men tion the inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail. For sale by .all druggists. What the Jury Thought. "Flatman, I hear you were arrested the other day for insulting and brow beatiug a janitor. HoW did you come out?" "I was tried for it and acquitted." "On the ground that it was justifi able?" "No the Jury couldn't be made to believe such a thing was possible."— Chicago Tribune. Stady Yourself. In order to judge of the Inside of. others study your own, for men in gen- i eral are very much alike, and though one has one prevailing passion and an other has another, yet their operations are much the same, and whatever en gages or disgusts, pleases or offends you in others will engage,- disgust, please or offend others in you.—Ches terfield. They Knew Him. Knox—It seems that Graplteifs ac quaintances are all very shrewd peo pie. Jenks—Did he tell you that? Knox—He implied as much. He an-: nounced the other day that he doesn't owe anybody a dollar. Philadelphia Ledger. Every being that can live can do something. This let him do.—Carlyle. ,t\ Angle. Angfe N I., Oct. 89.-—To The Forum: Ole Fagerlie came home last WtHindsday, Oct. 24. He lias been in the., eastern part of the state tbresh insn ... Li a. Davis leaves tbdav flor* Rav. where, he has several Jobs-of sign painting. A very interesting meeting was lield at Angle hall last Thursday evening, when Hon. O. H. Boyesen, ex-enmu! to Norway and Sweden, and Georare H. Moeliring, candidate for state's at torney, addressed a large audience, which had gathered there to hear diseuss the issues of the campaign. Those not in attendance missed a rare treat, as it is seldom such public speakers come to Angle. Angie is eighteen miles from the railroad, but we are in hopes an extension of the G. N. will soon be built into this part of the county, and th^n such meetine^ and others of a similar nature will be of frequent occurrence. Merchant Wiltse is wearing a broad smile these days, and is very generous with the cigars, all on account of a young miss, who called at his hom» Oct. 24 and has decided to remain there permanently. Messrs. John Westberg and Alfred Hendriekson returned from Mohall last Thursday. Martin Larson came back Friday ni*cht., The boys say' we have better soil and a nicer location out here in Willlanls county than where they have seen in the famous Mouse river coun try. \... NovJ 14 there ^'111 be a business nieetlifg of the members of Rev. Jore enson'g congregation Charles Amunoson's home. All "are cordially invited to attend. Cor. A. WEAK, WEARY WOMEN/ LEARN THE CAUSE OF DAILY WOES AND END THEM. When the back aches and throbs. When housework is torture. When night brings no rest nor sleep. When urinary disorders set in Women's lot is a weary 6ne. There is a way to escape these woes Doan's kidney pills cure such ills. Have cured women here in Fargo. This is one Fargo woman's testimony. Mrs M. A. Smith of 1336 First ave nue south.,. Fargo, N. D.r says: "1 know ihe value of Doan's Kidney Pills through the experience of my sister, rs. E. Holinaii, of Grafton, N. D. She had doctored and treated for. kidney complaint for years without any rad ical benefit. When .Down's Kidney Pills we.re recommended to her by a friend she began using them- and found prompt relief that increased, continual ly until she was completely, aiid 'per manently cured. From what I- know of Doan's Kidney '.Pills *..they always bring satisfactory relief and cat) always be relied upon."' For eale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name- -Doan's—and lake 60 othm.0'1 n TtiEn 5. IANM&D f}R .U FOOT SCHUIZE S ft "M'AIPWELL"*'»-»' is TUT 1 VMnlaiae AsieaHlM, "Yes, dear, I was married last month, I'd like you to call on me and see the pretty little flat I have." 'I've seen him, my dear!"—Ofe. I MOLD IV FOR Officers and Directors: W. thPin C. MSCPADOEN. Prea'l. C. QAKONEK, Sofd »*•/-yu hen• Analysis, of Tobacco Has JSkt *i"t "Daring the past ten days," iayn Ptire Fobd Commissioner Ladd, "ther have been repeated requests for inijfi mation with regard to the compV-.U-ii. of certain tob&ccos and the statement has been made, I am told, through th press, that this department has/ex^ti ined tobawi* and reported upon th' purity of the same.' 'Fearing from the number dt requests for information that have come to us that the op!'r are misled in regard to this matte)1, i beg to say that this department :. mi WAKI—m A WEEK'S TIME It hai bMA Uv'ftt ft*ekach« wfll SCi't" aad ih«r« ia fioft troth La thl* auf jt may not kill dlr«ctlv. bttt whan long coatimue4 and left uAq&ecM«d i| U ctrtaio to •X&ttutl th* atrvovi th« and render the person •Mtly inof« liafeS« to censraoft MM* tiUWBl* feldMOT iiimt which It teooBM mora *d*anc«4 i* nor* to prov# (atil DE BELLS KIDNEY PILLS Vice OHO PHELPS, CuHW, F. H. KBNak ON. h. H. JENKINS C. A V HEEL CK iHRISTIANSON. SAM MATHEWS. A L. LOOMIS. HTHLR B. LE Attorney N. A. LEWIS. President. ©. o. Barnes, M. W. Oearey MARTIN NBCTOf^ PmUwt. ALL GOOD DBUCGISTS AT & to CENTS PEI BOX. Or wm apoo raovtpi of pr^«. ey «»•*•.. C. IA/. BEGCS SONS & CO. CHir«r,n, lLL*NOl4, AB.GO BANKING- HOUSES w? Bern-Made by Ladd nevfer |rHvt|9ut •r.'jjir.iM jto fjevcr. n..jw.i»i*e of tol.apc-p and thyrefu-e any hi*--'• ifi made frtUHt'' ewjiuj.. fronii' If JdthH4'rr?souw-e* fKlnV from ihi aglieultura: cuileye NVjith Dakota. ^1 am practically as ignorant 'if the 'composition of tobacco on tH« marltet as is the general public." Filet Cured in 6 to 14 Days, ftlNTMRNT Is guaranteed to any of Iti.'liing, MTinVI. i n 6 a dS.J"|. 'U', RH»tu'.y fiuy'leif. (TO eetlCs. A P(s$T iiF=-4 U&F i-QP bNiSf STOP BACKACHE INSTANTLY pro** UnmtelTM Jut u •ffsml** la otirtng mdney salmrau. Mat RKBUMATISM, DIABETES, LUMBAGC* DRORSLTJ ANO URINARY TROUBLES^ sLTfw I WILL OFTIMES CURE MILD.CASES run or two K'.dntj a bo* ud jrour tro»bl« will disappvar w.wiifc., i»ivnwirAY, Commercial Bank of farpi Miiiioy. in ji'h.vik i^j^pre'thw money it it character/ "n.* m*r tvitVii bi«nk account if reliable man. He is a gdrjd citircn." We gIre e\iery acconht our best attention ""••'"^er« courteous treatment. 1 First Nati6rval BariR Q#, *.A4V^.O Depositary of the RctourcM ,$2,500,000 The Oldest and Largestttai|c in the Northwest O. Q. BARNES, Vice President. 'SO? Safe Deposit Boxes For 'Rent UHAWV, dent. Presli THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF FAHliU Capital Paid in, $l (),()00. Surplus 525,000. U. S. DLPOSITAKY The management of this institution aitn» to condncf a cariOA,consefvatire. legitimate husinea*. ft extends to its friends and pa^on» aucii accbmTOtwIationii as«ccooat» and responsibility warrant. Uyou are changing your pre^etit banking-elat^ms^^enitC^ t^itiontl ones, we snail be glad to confer with vu. I E O S FARGO NAtlONAL iA K O. i. ^cLENDRCClB, Viae Pre*Idwst. Cgnfideiitlal fr^aTnient Is u$ "j :|5 S. S, LYON. Csihkr W. p. p«rterfi*M N. A. Lewis, J. o. Bwtaw. *4tonhMt rtimlnn W. P. Brfl, tuwmrt Wilson. .A** VON, s, p. VOBi e. Nictioui. CHfctar. Qnt 'offifw SroSg^ftints. U You Want to Borrow Call oa U*,- "." 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