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THEN CURED Of .'"
Eczema by 3 Bottles of
D. D. D. Prescription
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IB GRATEFUL TO D. D. O.
MfeSanael Lewis, well known In St. Paul, «H
cured after awful suffering.
November 30th, 1WM.
W&at the wonderful D. D. D. Prescription did
for Mr. J. Samuel Lewis of St. Paul, is nn object
lesson that may save hundreds of other suf
ferers who live lives of torture from skin dis
eases. Mr. Lewis is one of the best known
young business man in tlie Twin Cities. This is
the story he told the representative of the
Journal:
"For a number of years I suffered periodically
the tortures of the condemned, with a skin erup
tion that none of the doctors was able to cope
•with Only those who are victims of such a
mainly can appreciate the suffering 1 went
through. I dosed myself with blood medicine
until my stomach went back on me time after
time, but with no relief. One day Mr. Poison
told me to try D. D. I).. and I bought a bottle
from Parker's. The first application gave me a
relief that one could not believe unless it was
experienced. I used three bottles of D. D. D.
this sprinjr, and now the skin, once a mass of flre
and irritation, is as smooth and soft as any part
of my body. You may use my testimonial any
way you desire. I only hope my story will induce
Other sufferers to try D. D. D.
CSigued) J. SAMUEL LEWIS.
If you are suffering the tortures of the
damned don't hesitate, but go today, now,
to your druggist and invest $1. It will not
be an expenditure, but an investment in
happiness. Or if you have some minor
skin affection don't delay till it develops
into horrible, loathsome skin trouble, but
i'.ct now.-* Buy D. D. D. today. It's worth
its weight in gold as a preventative of
serious skin diseases. And remember you
take no chances, for our guarantee on
D. D. D. means that if it does not cure you
wo refund every cent.
Fout & Porterfield
HOME
VISITORS*
EXCURSION1
To Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison,
Green Bay, Fond du Lac, Des
Moines, Omaha, Sioux City, St.
Louis, Kansas City and many points
in Illinois, Wisconsin and Minne
sota via the
Tickets will be on sale daily un
til Dec. 31, 1906, from points in
North Dakota north and west of
Grafton, Larimore, Valley City,
Sanborn, Jamestown and Kulm at
rate of fare and one-third for
round trip return limit of April
15,1907.
If you would be best served, se
lect the North-Western Line for a
portion of your journey.
For full particulars as to rates,
time of trains, berth reservations,
etc., address
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Forum Want Ads Get Results.
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"Little Brown Rockefellers"
Are Japan's Present Menace
George, Jr., writes from To-
kio, Japan: If I were to be aBked
what 1b the material condition of Ja
pan a year after her war with Russia,
should answer "Booming." She Is
enjoying a period of unprecedented in
dustrial prosperity, which is as unex
pected as it Is remarkable. As a
consequence the country is witnessing
a burst of speculation somewhat akin
to the trust breeding years following
1898 in the United States.
Success in war has stimulated Ja
pan like wine. Speculatioh is the re
sult. Credit is easy aiid confidence is
bounding.
Money in Bales.
Ah instance is that of the South
Manchurlan 'railroad, a Japanese cor
poration. Subscriptions for an ag
gregate of 99,000 shares were invited.
The actual number of shares sub
scribed for amounted to 106,730,000 or
1078 and a fraction for each share of
fered.
An all Japan industrial exposition,
being held here in Toklo, reveals a
rapidly increasing use of machinery
and a widening competition with for
eigners, from the canning of sardines
in boxes marked with French labels
to the production of pianos that are
shipped to Berlin, are there marked
with the names of German makers and
are sold in the United States as Ger
man instruments.
No Outsiders Needed.
Aftgr the war with China, Japan at
tracted the attention of those princes
of finance and captains of industry in
Europe and America who are ever
looking for "good things," such as
railroad concessions, water rights, tel
egraph, telephone and electric light
franchises, coal, copper, salt and other
natural opportunities, ship subsidies,
commercial bounties, tariff "protec
tion," and other privileges.
Western civilization with its new
standards and new needs had brought
these privileges into existence.
But Japanese jlndiViduals quickly
saw and quickly availed themselves of
these advantages, and later the gov
ernment, imperial and local, took over
many of the privileges. Little chance
\va3 left for the foreign privilege hun
ter, except as an investor.
But even so, the profits were larg
er than could be found for investment
money in other parts of the world, so
OUR OFFICERS NOT POPULAR.
Newport Society Prefers the British
Nayy Man to Domestic Product.
N. Y. American: The influx of fear-'
eigners will be coincident with the
great yachting event next month, for
which the Newport colony is already
preparing. Besides the Astor cups,
King Edward is giving a trophy, and
it is expected that a number of Brit
ish warships will be In Newport har
bor. The English officer always
forme a popular social nucleus for en
tertaining. It is a noticeable though
pitiable fact that the British naval offi
cers have a social standing in New
port that Uncle Sam's officers never
had. It has been ofttimes remarked
at the reading rooms and casino clubs
w here all naval officers have entree,
that within a few days after the Eng
lish ships come Into Newport har
bor the commanding officer's table is
always covered with cards for him
self and his immediate subordinates.
He Invariably dubs Newport a "jolly
tine place."
On the other hand, when a warship
fiies the Stars and Stripes in the har
bor, the average cottager seems un
aware of its presence. With the ex
ception pf Oliver H. P. Belmont, Ed
win, J. Berwln, and one or two others
who entertain the officers, the domestic
product is overlooked, and our navy
officers regard Newport
as
a "slow
town."
During the Spanish war, the navy
had its "innings" socially, but in
time of peace Uncle Sam's officers are
not inundated with cards and invita
tions. ______________
Women's Letters. 'V,
*3Ls far'-ffs I have had the oftpbVtun
of judging, it appears to me that
the usual stylq of letter writing among
women is faultless except in three par
ticulars—a general deficiency of sub
ject,
a
total inattention to stops and
very frequent ignorance of gram
mar." Such la the brief summing up
of woman aa
a
correspondent, given
some hundred rears ago by Henry
Tiiaeyt
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put
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LovlcaL
"Tou^ve been kissing Margte Hrm
ter."
"Oh, Nellie, what a storyf
**Yes, you have, Eobble Dlckerson.
Tou don't like peppermint, and she
al
ways sets peppermint chewing gum.
Oh,
two and free togewar."
Quite Apparent.
See—Totr
know, Judge,
our china*
ters are different and I don't want to
be in his way— He—Yes, your honor,
she is peculiar, and I don't want to in
terfere— Judge—I understand.
ask
for
a
Cpughs dreadfully."
-lee, he says all
ft* family
tree
You
divorce out of pure
Meggendorfer Blatter.
love.—
Tl«y.
Spooney's wife a good house
keeper?"
"Well, I «teouTd say io. Why, he has
to keep a private detective to watch his
clothes so he can tell where to find
them. She's so tidy."—Liverpool Mer
«ary.
Wethingr Left ton* the Baric.
**He belongs to one of our oldest
families, but be is a consumptive.
He
1m ever
got
from
was
the
bark/*
the bowels,
Tone the liver, move
cleanse the system. Dade's Uttle Liv
er Pills never gripe. Sold by McDon
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and America.
Needed—Trust Busters.
I
that Japanese Imperial bonds were
widely bought.
"Progreea" the Slogan.
It was felt that the Japanese mer
chant must follow the Japanese sol
dier that the Japanese mine, mill
Jap Rockefeller
One hears in conversation of "the
banking king," the coal king," "the
copper king," "the shipping king,"
"the electric tramway king," and so
on. If a large company for this or
that purpose Is. to be started the inter
est of one or several of the small
group of rich men is sought, and their
connection immediately draws in oth
ers—just as we find promoting done
in New York, Chicago and other
American centers.
And, as with us, observation here
shows that these comparatively few
men, so potent in financial and indus
trial matters, are to great extent the
real rulers of Japan, for, controlling
the money bags, tttey in large dflggjree
control politics.
Revolt Is Coming.
Arguing from what we see occurring
in the United States under similar
circumstances the conclusion is un
avoidable that a reaction must sooner
or later succeed the era of prosperity
here, and that a popular outcry must
go up against private monopolies and
heavy taxes of various kinds, as is the
case in our country.
FROM THE ANTILLES.
Chamberlain's Cough Reilnedy Bene
fits
a
City Councilman at
The medicinal properties of
T!HB FARGO, FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 81, 1906.
and factory should dispute in the fields Dakota. The abundant crops, the
those of Europe steady growth and development of the
state, the splendor or its institutions
and the patriotism of its citizenship,
Aside from "wildcat" enterprise*, of
is good, some bad things are being!
the protective tariff idea.
The tariff and various other govern
ment granted or sanctioned privileges
are tending to produce here the same
results as are seen in the United
States, if as yet on a very much smal
ler scale. They are concentrating in
few hands the augmentive production
of wealth.
Kings*
s ton, Jamaica.
Mr. W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who is a
member of the city council at Kings
ton, Jamaica, West Indies, writes as
follows: "One bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy had good effect
on a cough that was giving me trou
ble and I think I should have been
more quickly relieved if I had contin
ued the remedy. That it was bene
ficial and quick in relieving me there
is no doubt and it is my intention to
obtain another bottle." For,sale by
all dealers.
Suggesting a Better Course.
Son Francisco Call: 'That's my
best work," said the poet, after reading
the verses to Crlttick. "I'm thinking
of having it copyrighted."
"Copyright?" said Crittick. "If I
were you I'd have it patented."
COIHI ilKI ABLE CLOTHING
Made From the Fibre
el
Leaves
8pun and Woven Into
Fabrio
That Is Serviceable.
T,HANK8GlVOINa
Proclamation by Governor 8arles Des
ignating the Observation of
This Day.
State of North Dakota. Executive
Department, Bismarck.
Agreeably to established custom and
in harmony with the proclamation of
President Roosevelt, I do designate,
Nov. 29, as
Thanksgiving Day.
In Germany and Sweden the great' round the camp the result is constant
pine forests furnish not only timber alarm at night time. Soldiers are
and medicine, but clothing as well, warned not tovreply to a sniper, but
The pine leaves are treated with a so- the temptation is well nigh Irresistible,
lution of soda and the fibre applied to Their exertions, however, meet with
textile purposes under the name of uttle success, for snipers genera iiy
"Wlald Wolle," or forest wool. It has the sentries from behind stones,
some resemblance to coarse wool and
i.s spun and woven Into blankets and
garments that are said to be warm
and durable. The pine medicates the
cloth so perfectly that eruptions and
skin diseases are unknown to the
wearer.
indorsed by the highest authorities.
The treatment was very simple, con
sisting of open air exercise, deep
breathing and nourishing food. Every
four hours the patient was given one
teaspoonful of a mixture of the Pure
Virgin Oil from the white pine trees
combined with whisky and glycerine,
in the following proportion:
Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure).. oz.
Glycerine ..... .... ..
Whisky 8
This treatment etoengthened the
lungs and healed the bronchial tubes.
It Is claimed that this treatment will
break a cold In twenty-four hours and
chre any cough that Is curable. The
ingredients can be secured from any
good prescription druggist at small
cost and can be easily mixed in your
own home.
Inquiry at the prescription depart
ment of one of the leading druggists
elicited the information that Virgin
Oil of Pipe (Pure) is put up only in
half-ounce vials for dispensing. Each
vial is securely sealed in a round
wooden case, with engraved wrapper
with the name—"Virgin Oil of Pine
(Pure)" plainly printed thereon.
A
Within and for the state of North
1"*
which it would be absurd to say there thanks to the Giver of all good, for
are none, there is a tendency to the bounties he has bestowed. Let
spread far out in legitimate enter-1
u8»
prises—-and what is to be the result? {refrain from our secular avocations
Count Oku ma, the one-time pre- !ail(* return reverent thanks to God for
mier, at another minister of foreign the bounteous good with which he has
affairs, and at all times a democratic blessed us, and for the blessings of
and potent factor in Japan's political free government and its wise and be
affalrs, tells me that, with much that
potent reasons for returning
therefore, on the day appointed,
ntflcent
institutions.
Done at
imported from the United States, and the great seal of the state affixed this
that two of the latter are trusts and
the capitol at Bismarck and
1onc
day of November, 1906,
El T. Sarles,
Governor.
By the governor:
B. F. Porter,
Secretary of
State.
Why He Wanted a Tnnn
Application was made at half a
dozen stores before the man could get
one ten dollar bill for his roll of ones.
"I don't see," said the man's com
panion,
44why
you went to all that
trouble. You are going to pay the
money right over to your tailor. Why
didn't you give him the one dollar
bills?"
"Because It would make a bad Im
pression," was the reply. "I am brol ',
but I don't want him to know it. Whc'
ever you get in that fix pay your del
.In the largest bills that you can g.-t
hold of. It enhances your value in t!
estimation of tradesmen and pav
the way for further credit A fellt
will think a heap more of you if y i
pay with one five dollar bill than wh'
five ones. A handful of chicken fe
Indicates that you %ave had to hus
around pretty lively to get the mon
and that there isn't much left wh(
that came from. A man who rea
has money can afford to pay in pemi
if he feels like It, but he who has lit
cgn keep up his credit only by usi
lqrge bills."—New York Press.
Handel** Appetite.
4 Handel was blessed with a wond
ful appetite, and many are the am
lng accounts, true or otherwise, as
tlfe means taken by its owner for
Indulgence. His gastronomic proper
ties were frequently the object of
tires, and in one cartcature the co
p&ser is represented as sitting on a
bfcer barrel. A ham and a pair
fdwls are attached to the pipes of n
oi*gan, a turbot lies upon a pile of
books, and the floor of the apartmrm
is strewn with oyster shells. It i
more likely that his adversaries
vented and propagated many of
wild stories concerning his eating a i
drinking powers than that they 1
any foundation in literal fact. No on
would probably order a dinner :f
three persons for Instance, and be
cause it was being kept back for tht
"company to arrive blurt out to the
tonished waiter: "I am de gompany
Bring up de tinner bretlssimo."
Sniping In Warfare.
The method of sniping in warfare ts
«s follows: Three men set out, two
in one direction and one in another.
The single man, when he believes he
In the neighborhood of the enemy, is
off his rifle, no matter in what direc
tion, and thus draws the flre of rise
sentry. Immediately the two otle
stalkers fire into the space lit up i y
the dischai^e. When this goes on, n U
—London Globe.
pines are known throughout the world. gaged In this trade. To this day the
An eminent authority on diseases of Spanish type of beauty
Is
the throat and lungs, established a
camp for consupiptives in the pine
woods of Maine and made so many re
markable cures there that his treat
ment attracted great attention from.
the medical world. His methods were true name was Marie Dolores Eliza Ro
There are many rank imitations of. way will sell one-way colonist tickets
Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure), which are at nearly half fare to points in Ar
being put out under various names, kansas, Colorado, Indian Territory,
such as. Concentrated Oil of Pine, Pine Kansas, Louisiana, Mexico, Missouri,
Balsam, etc. Never accept *these as Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma,
a substitute for the Pure Virgin Oil, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming,
of Pine, as they will invariably pro- For further information apply to R. R.
duce nausea and never effect the de- Jones, T. A., 54 Edwards building,
Mred result^ .t .. {Fargo,
Lola Monte*.
At
one time there was much con
mercial and social Intercourse between
Ireland and Spain. Galway and Wri
the. terford were the chief Irish ports en-
discernible
among the Galway girls. Probably the
most famous result of the blending of
Spanish and Irish blood was the ne
tress and dancer Lola Montez. Her
sanna Gilbert. She captivated European
monarchs as well as popular audi
ences and was for a year or so practi
cally the ruler of Bavaria until a revo
lution
compelled her to flee.
BpeUed With a "V.'»
Frank Millet's baby was christened
In London when Hutton and Lawrence
Barrett were present. The child was
to be named Lawrence, and Barrett
spelled It out "Lawrence," as his name
was spelled. Hutton Immediately cor
rected him with "Laurence," as his
own name is spelled. And they shout
ed this at each other, to the amaze
ment of the parish clerk, till Mr. Millet
stopped them, with the remark that
the father ought to have something to
say and, turning to the clerk, said,
"Spoil him with a 'v.'" And Lavrence
Millet be was made law.—Christian
Register.
Lowest Rates to West and Southwest.
On the first and third Tuesdays of
each month until March, 1907, inclus
ive, the Chicago Great Western rail
-,*'/•
Low Rates
to Chicago
fe
Account International Live Stock Exposition
to be held at Chicago, December I to 8 inclu
sive a rate of ONE FARE PLUS $2.00 will be made
for the ROUMD TRIP irorn aty stations on the
Chicago
Milwaukee S St. Paul
ftailway
Tickets will be on sale December I to 5 inclu
sive. Half of above rate made for children of
half fare age. Final return limit December 10,
1906. For further information see nearest
ticket agent
or
address
MS. H. DEGNAN
Agent
FARGO, N. f.
Jo
LOW
TO
NOVA SCOTIA a
Little Higher
Final limit three m'dnths from date of sale. Further
extension of limit on payment of fee. For further
detail* call on J. £. JOHNSON, Localof the
Northern Pacific Railway
A. M. CLELANb, G. P. A.
St. Paul, Minn.
$20.50
NP RETURN
"Oriental
WI ACCOUNT THE
turn limit December 13th. ThruTourist sleeper
a
Limited" every
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Central Passenger Agent
CHICAGO
EXCURSION
RATES
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Dec. I to Use. 31,1
TO
N E W U N S W I K
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CHICAGO, DECEMBER 1 to 8, 1906
VIA THE
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Dates of sate, November 30 to December 5 inclusive. Final
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Agent, Fargo, N. D. St., Paul, Minn.
Aagftfthe agent for the sailing datea fit the Steamship* Minnea6t$
and Dakota and the N. "5.. Tv.. t!' to Japan and China.
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