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520 Front Street,
HERE is no present that pleases any mati more than a
pretty tie. Useful, always welcome, it makes a most
appropriate Christmas gift. We show an unusually
large line in all tit new designs, at—
50c, 75c
THE WEATHER
ft Chicago Weather.
For Sfoorhead and Vicinity and Red
River Valley: Clearing tonight, Sat*
urday fair somewhat colder totilght.
CITY' LOCALS^
Have Knight Printing Co. print it.
Fargo bank clearings today wera
1128,363.42.
Don't fall to read The ForWn a mar
ket page every Friday.
*The rotary Neostyle
foir sale
by
Walker- Bros.' & Hardy. i
Best cup of coffee in tortrn *at
Tweeden's, N. P. avenue.
Keeps- women's tempers evei&.Tt*
Dwlght's Golden Link flour.
4
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The Fargo Building Association
has
MONEY ON HAND TO LOAN
on Improved City Property at fe
duced rates of interest. Call on
W. P. LOUGH, Secretary
Room 4, First National Bank Bldg.
EUROPEAN HOTEL
Coal of the best quality, anthracite,
all sizes, Yougheoghny, Hocking, Po
cahontas—as well as coke, for delivery
ID any part of the city at reasonable
pHces. J. A. Chesley, phone 39.
iGo to Hank Waldron's Eagle saloon,
Itoorhead,
for
fund's celebrated La
Crosse beer on' draught, or Peerless
bottled bee?. Orders delivered to any
part of the city. Phone 1108-M'/
|ASKHT BALIt
j$ATUJRDAY, DEC. 15.
V N. D. A. C,
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FARGO HIGH SCHOOL
ATHLETICS
MOORHEAD tt.
AT
A ARMORY
8 p,*m
ohr
tie
Admission a5*
Storming or in mild weather we de
liver $5 worth of mixed groceries or
Wore to any place in Fargo* or Moor
hfnd You may use the phone and ferences
groceries
Wholesale
and Retail
Hurdwllt
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and
Mrs. G. Halght's water colors are.
on sale at tho Underwood Typewrite^ *2°. which was furnished by friends,
office, 6$»- N. P. avenue.
The ladies of the qhri^ian ch«rch
will hold their ^ristmka ^.le at Mfln
son's trunk store," 0ec. 18, afternoon
and evehing.
MEAL TICKETS $3 5»
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$1.00
The Dol ir Ones Come In Handsome Individual Boxes.
The Globe Clothing Co,
$
Farg«, N. D.
consumer at wholesale prices. Farm
er's Supply House.
«ee Erlckson for yaw nex| photp%v
Have you thought of pictures for
that present? McClane's aft store.
THE PANTORIUM
Cleaning, pressing, dyeing.
City and country traas
881 N. P, Ave.
solicited,
Fargro, N. D.
If you wish to know what is season
able for Sunday dinner read tire Fri
day market page.
Flat-opening blank booj^, Ipose leaf I
ledgers, card ledgers, we make Ihem all
right here in Fargo. Call and see usl
before ordering your books for the
new year. Walker Bros. & Hardy.
Luger's Undertaking Parlor
11 Broadway
JOHN K. DOUGHERTY
Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
Day or N 'afat tiooe 142-3
del^ndrecie
I DON'T WORRY
Abtimt yonr Xmas giTts, lot us do li f*
yon. Our line of fancy China, eto. IB
the most beautiful we ever had and w«
vant yoa to 8t*e it whet her y.u buy or
not. tiee our window dirplay.
THE HOMS TBICJO.-*
Fhoae 604 M. US Front St'
first degree, was concluded late
adiant Home Stove
'Bums one-half less coal, circulates more heat
coal consumed, will heat twice the space, tnd
will pay for itself in two winters. Keeps thf
in living-rooms pure and warm.
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in person with but very fi vv excep
tions.
Kurtzmatfs footfltters.
36,000 feet high.
WOOD AND COAL
WE HAVE IT
INTERIOR LUMBER CO. Phone 92.
Cut prices in gun mtta shoes for
ladies at Kurtzman's.
Fine styles of slippers
Judge Baxter in the Clay county I Letter. It is a fine Jacobean mansion
district court, adjourned -court this I of dark sandstone, with mullioned
ifternoon for this year. The court I windows and carved stone portals,
adjourned until the first Monday inland contains many treasures of art
January, when the docket will again I including the family portraits.
be taken up. The case against James
Smith, charged with larceny in the
WASEM & GAAED,
Embalmers and Funeral Direct
ors. Lady Attendant. Specialists.
afternoon. tendent of schools. Tired and disgust
ed, the chief pedagogue of the state
reached Pargo this morning. He was
more than thirty-six hours late in get
ling in, declared he had not had any
sleep for two nights and immediately
Dr. Danford went out asain this
morning On a round of quarterly con
drayman will collect at your home, Fairmount, Wyndmere and other points
thus saving you a trip in bad weather. {in the southern part of the state. Mr.
thus saving
foQd houge of} Danford ls sa
at Wahpeton, Lldgerwood,
id to haVe the largest
in Methodism, but h* never
and at the misses a date and preaches on an av-
Hmf keening the prices down on' erage of nearly once a day the year autograph manuscript, a considerable
f" M,, direct to the round, unci hoi,Is all of the confcrencM portion of which has not been publish
everything, as we sen aireci
j^
for
No: 67
Broadway
Fargfr
THE PAROO POBTJM iSD DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY EVENISD, DECEMBER t«, 1904
Cook paints signs. Phpne 925.
Erlckson photos will not disappoint.
There are mountains
in
the moon
lor
presents at Kurtzman'&
Christmas
High grade cigars given away on
pool games at Twee
den's.
Card Iridex systems, devised
and
by Walker Bros. & Hardy.
sold
Japanese fan tall gold Ash j^lft ar
rived. Shotwell & Graver.
Phog^ 585 for wines and liquors.
Quick delivery. Dlemert & Murphy.
The Modern Samaritans can use a
few good agents. 604 Front street.
Typewrtgrs to rent, all kinds/ Un
i or wood Typewriter Co. Phone 643.
Office rooms for rent, steam heat,
over Wll3er's drug store. Phone ,672-L.
Full line Edison's phonographs and
records. Johnson's Cycle Supply house.
Zoo elephants can easily earn $1,
000 a year apiece by carrying passen
gers.
tn fliit— olnelp for short or ptrnu
ent positions. W,*
LARSON & P0UL8OK,
Empioymant Ag»nt«
4
4(58 Frost Btrwt. Phone ft
The Women's Exchange will fill or
Iders for Thanksgiving dainties for
your table. Every^iing home made.
Robert Hichens, the novelist, treas
ures among his relics the butt of a
cigarette smoked by ex-Empress Eu
genie.
I Yerxa's meat department has a spe
cial delivery by which orders are filled
promptly of the best meats possible
to buy. Try this department when
ordering groceries.
Carl C. Anderson has moved his up
holstering shop and cabinet works
from the Keeney block to the Flamer
block, at 64 Fifth street north. Every
thing new and neat.
fA 100 Broadway. Auto
n I I (I ij matio Vaudeville, II
lustrated Bongs, ate.
2 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 11 p. m.
Admission 10c, Children fa afternoons,
Christmas gifts, large assortment of
dolls, first quality perfume, hand and
opera bags, collar, cuff and work
boxes, hand embroidered pillows and
center pieces, neck wear, silk and wool
shawls and handkerchiefs, hand palnt
ml china. Roan & Dahl, 103 Broad
way. Phone 1417-M.
Dr. Dillon, homeopathic physician,! George L. Anderson, who wascon
has removed from the
vlcted of grand larceny In the first de­
block to the suite of rooms over Em- I aree, was sentenced to two years^ in
ery's hardware store, 604 Front street. I the penitentiary by Judge Baxter• th s
The Phone number remains the
same,
afternoon. Anderson was convicted of
ft7i I the charge of entering the store of the
-r I Moorhead Hardware Co. and stealing
'''Judge-Xtyaif this1 afternoon cwttowl considerable hardware'- about four
the case of James Reardon* the ftian I months ago.
who was arretted for the theft of a
watch and other trinkets from a wait
ress. The bail of the man was fixed
We have two cars of
Bundled Edgings on track.
Who wants them.
GIBBS GRAIN & FUEL CO.
COAL COKE WOOD LIGNITE
Phone 1269. T. D. Piatt, Mgr.
Charlton, the ancestral home of the
earl of Suffolk, is once more the scene
of glories of the olden time since the
marriage of the earl and Miss Daisy
Among those who have suffered
from the snow blockade and delayed
tllis|trains
SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS after registering at the Waldorf, went
PRESENTS—A nice pair of spectacles
or eye glasses, well-fitted by an expert,
makes an appropriate and lasting
Christmas present, and something that
would be very much appreciated by
those who are obliged to use glasses.
For this purpose we are making an
elegant rimless gold-mounted specta
cle or eye glass. The lenses are made
from the finest crystal, accurately
ground to fit the eye, and the mount
ings are made to fit the face becom
ingly. We can deliver glasses up to I For several years past the rumor
Dec. 23. D. D. Sullivan, 616 Front I has been circulated at the opening of
street, Fargo, N. D. Have your eyes congress that the leadership of the
examined now. [senate was about to pass from Sen
••fciaiator Aldrich of Rhode Island to Sena
was W. L. *Stockwell, superin
to hi? room to sleep, leaving strict
orders that he was not to be disturbed
COAL AND WOOD
CroBS Creek Lehigh Hard Coal,
Hocking Valley Soft Coal, Poco-
hontas Smokeless, Dakota Lignite
and Wood of all kinds.
MAGILL & COMPANY
FBOKB 82
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tQr
Hale. Last week the report was
circulated as usufcl, the fact being that
Mr. Hale has no more idea of assum
ing such leadership than Mr. Aldrich
has of giving it up.
Three note books which formerly be
longed to Shelley, the poet containing
V-'
Jn London geveral days
ago for 15,000, The purchase is
said to have been made for an Ameri
can and the manuscript formed part
of the library of the late Dr. Richard
Jarnett, keeper of printed books of
he British museum.
CORNER LOT 140*1^'
3 HOUSES
Corner Ninth Street and Flrit
Avenue South.
Opposite First M. E. Church.
*$75oo.oo
W. A. SCOT*, MORTON BLOCK.
John W. McMann of Mount Clemens,
Mich., was convicted of bigamy la.st
week and sentenced to pay a fine of
$200 or go to jail for three months
Mr. McMann Is of a thrifty turn, so he
has decided to spend the winter in
prison. He has ten days In which to
make up his mind and will occupy ihat
time in putting his affairs into such
shape that they will not need his per
.s$wal
F&rgo's (grandest Jewelry Establishment.
DIAMOND JEWELRY,
CHINA, CUT
PEOPLE OF NOTE
Representative Nelson of Sharon 1* a
Fargo visitor.
Fred Goodman is among those here
from Hlllsboro today on business.
P. E. Olson, the elevator manager
of Hlckson, is in town on business.
Rev. J. L. Sullivan of Grand Forks
spent last night and today in Fargo.
Ed Hughes, the Bismarck telephone
man, was in Fargo today on business.
Jojbn Green, the well-known Dickin
son Jiand man, dropped Into town to
day,,
Maj. D. H. Butts of Buttzville, was
mohg the day's guests at the Metro
polep
A,1(H, Hunt of Gackle was the guest
of J.f,jL. Angell at the commercial club
ropms, today."
1
O. I. Heggre, cashier of the First Na
tional bank of Minnewaukan, called on
local bankers today.
T. C. Kelly, the well known realty
man of Mayville, has been spending a
few days in the city.
William McGuigan, a prominent
Davexport farmer, was among the
day'a visitors' to the city.
Mlks -Ruth Schuylfer returned tills
morning from Minneapolis, where she
has been visiting relatives.
Alfred Blaisdell, the secretary of
state-elect, Is spending the day Itere
on his return from Bismarck.
H. M. Myhra, one of Davenport's
prosperous merchants, is here looking
after some business matters.
Henry Schroder, the Sabln potato
king, was In the city today on busi
ness and stopped at the Elliott.
Governor and Mrs. Sarles are here
today*, the former coming from the
capital and the latter from Hlllsboro
Q. Ojj Dalrymple, one of the prosper
ous farnjfers of Casselton, and Mrs,*
Dalrymple, are visiting in Fargo today.
Hon. H. R. Lyon, the president of
the North Dakota Independent Tele
phone Co., is here today on business.
G. L. A. Thompson, traveling pass
enger agent for the Pennsylvania
lines, visited the local railroad offices
today.
C. U Whiting, roadmaster on the
Dakota, division of the Northern Pa
ciflc, is spending the day here on a
tour of inspection.
H. M. Curry, superintendent of mot
ive power on the Northern Pacific, .is
in Fargo today visiting the local yards
on an Inspection tour.
E. D. Mclntyre, one of the prosper
ous farmers of Argusville, arrived in
the Gateway City last night and is
spending the day here.
J. P. Satrom, J. Rutherford and J.
Killeson composed a party of Gales
burg people who visited Fargo today,
stopping at the Prescott.
M. O. Thompson and M. O. Olson,
prominent Fort Ransom farmers, are
spending the day in Fargo looking
after some business matters.
F. E. Holton, assistant cashier of the
Northwestern National bank of Min
neapolis, was in Rargo today and vis
ited several of the lopal financial in
stitutions.
A. L. Bayley, cashier of the State
bank at Alice, headed a party of three
from that city who arrived in Fargo
last night and are spending the day
here, i With Mr. Bayley are John
Olson and E. Harrison.
J. M. Lamack, M. D. Higgina,
3,
W,
Avery, Mrs. May Neeham and W.
Keplinger, who took up claims near
Medina five years ago, arfe here to
prove up on their homesteads. The
party Is stopping at the Webster.
Register C. C. Schuyler of the land
office, will leave this evening for Hot
Springs, where he goes for the benefit
.of his health. Mr. Schuyler has been
-'afflicted with a severe attack of rheu
fmatism for the past several weeks and
r. fj -O"
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The Marvelous Beauty and Variety of the
SHOWN THIS Sffc»SSSN^AT
Is Exciting Universal Admiration-=The Low Prices
Are a Revelation to All Who Get to Know Them
You are cordially invited t) come and examine, and also to write for the Book of
Gifts"—TOOO illustrations with prices—which will be mailed free to you.
he has been unable to attend to the
duties at his office.
T. A. Hunt went to Minneapolis this
noon to spend the holidays.
W. L. Gill and T. J. Hampton, two
prominent Wheatland farmers, are
spending the day here.
T. S. Huor of Sharon, and T. E. Hol
ton of Minneapolis, were the guests 6f
Fred Irish at the commercial club Ms
noon.
President J. H. Worst of the A. C.
left this morning for Lisbon where he
will lecture tonight on Sources of
Power.
D. M. O'Connell, pne of the promi
nent business men of Grand Forks,
visited Fargo today, stopping at the
Waldorf.
A. W. Fowler has gone to British Co
lumbia to complete a mining deal In
which a n^mtW^ ^goans jure
Charles Rogers, a well known trav
eling man In this state, will start to
night for Tennessee to spend a month
at his old home.
Notiee to Our Customers.
We are pleased to announce th?tt
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
colds and lung troubles is not affected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law, as it contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and we recommend it
as a safe remedy for children and
adults. H. H. Casselman, Lion 4rug
store.
New Assistant.
M. B. Pope, who has been acting as
assistant chemist to the state board of
health of New Hampshire and has had
charge of the pure food work there,
has been appointed assistant to Pro
fessor Ladd at the A. C. to fill the
I place made vacant by the resignation
of A, G. Nichols, who left recently to
accept a position in the government
service at Manila. Mr. Pope who Is
expected to arrive tomorrow, will have
charge of the food work at the A. C.
Professor Ladd and his assistants
are now busy getting out their annual
report. The report will consist of
about 150 pages and will describe the
work done by the pure food commin
sioners during the past year, including
the results of the Investigations into
drugs, paints, patent medicines and
foods of various klnd3.
How Diphtheria Is Contracted.
One often hears the expression, "My
child caught a severe cold which de
veloped into diphtheria," when tho
truth was that the cold had simply
left the little one particularly suscep
tible to the wandering diphtheria
germ. When Chamberlain's Counh
Remedy is given it quickly cures the
cold and lessens the danger of diph
theria or any other germ disease being
contracted. For sale by all dealers.
low Rates to the Southeast.
Comriiencing Dec. 18 fxnd on the flrsl
and third Tuesdays of each month
thereafter until Marc'i, 1907, the Chi
cago Great Western railway will sell
one-way colonist tickets at nearly half
fare to points In Alabama, Louisiana
and Mississippi. For further informa
tion apply to R. R. Jones, T. A., 64
Edwards building, Fargo, N. D.
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Cheap Acre Property*
We have to offer unplatted proper
ty, something over ten acres, within
three blocks of the street car line, for
5250 per acre. TWe ls a great bargain.
Call upon us for terms.
Morton ft
Finest Goods at Lowest Prices.
SILVERWARES, WATCHES,
.ASS, MARBLES, BRONZES
in­
terested. j,
D. H. Houser, the well known Valley
City machinery dealer, ls spending the
day in Fargo looking after sony busi
ness matters.
Atty. A. B. Lee returned today from
the Pacific coast where he accompan
ied his wife, who impending the Win
ter in the west.
W. A. Findley, one of the well known
agriculturalists of Argusville, dropped
Into town last night and spent a part
of the day here.
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Your Clothes Pressed
For $1.00 Per Month.
We do fine repair work and press
ing—we call for and return your
clothes, keeping them In best order
for SI per month.
We make tailored raits and over
coats, too, to order.
The Northwestern Dye House,
ATOHK,
505 N. P.
Farfo
WHAT THEY SAY
Mrs. W. W. Tousley: There will
an important meeting of the board
control of the Young Women's elu
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. It i
the annual session and reports will ty
made on the progress of the work durg
ing the year. All members and
those Interested in the work, wheth
members or not, are requested tp
tend.
Offices for Rent
In basement of Morton building, wl
vault. For rates Inquire of Morton
Co.
BUILDERS TO BANQUET. 7*
They Will Meet at the Commeroi^
Club Rooms.
Members of the Builders and Trad
ers' exchange will gather in the ci 1
merclal club rooms tomorrow night f|§
a special meeting at which arrange
ments will be made for a banquet
which is to be given in honor of visil*
ing members of the craft during tttf
Tri-State Grain Orowers' conventions.
Matters of legislation will also be dif^
cussed. A legislative committee h4i
been appointed and it is probable tlpe
builders and traders will recommetid
the passage of several acts to the sta|e
legislature when it meets.
TO
FO88TON,
MINN.
Miis Lucy Peterson was yesterday
sent to Fosston to fill a position as
stenographer in the office of Attorney
J. A. Hendricks. Miss Peterson's home
is in Isanti county, Minn., where she
had learned through a friend of tlie
superior advantages offered at Aakerti
Business College. She started for Far»
so last summer, going through the twaa
cities, to take up shorthand at the
B. C. After seven months' faithful
work she goes into an Important posl#
tion. She will "make good," becauig
the A. B. C. looks after the spellings
punctuation and letter writing of studj*
ents, as weU as shorthand and type^r
writing.
B. HARTSTEIN i
New and Second Hand Base Burner
E A E S
Lowest Prices.
See them before buying^ 1
402 Front St. Telephone 18 il
Hair Goods
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New stock personally *e«,
lected in New York and
just arrived at my store.
We Make Oood*'
to Order
Also make up «wiichet oat
of yonr
ate ccmt
IP
of yonr own hair at moder*
Mrs. i. KopI
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