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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, October 03, 1908, Image 2

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QIORNSTAD
LfegAPQU
CANCER
Of all the horrible deaths occar
Sg
Mied by disease, the most Itnger
and the one above all others
that Is attended with the most bod
fly pain, and in ail other respects
the most terrible, is to die with
Oancer. How the afflicted with can
cer do suffer! Only those who
bare had cancer can ever know. It
simply awful. And if not ar
fested, it is sure death. The ad
vanced European methods of treat
pent, that are so successful, dis
cards the use of the knife, medicine
Or plaster. It is a perfectly pain
less treatment and the most
•Grounding results are given in
cancer, lupus and all skin diseases.
Dr. Biornstad's clinic is equipped
especially to treat cancer in any
form, lupus and all skin diseases,
iy the most improved European
»ethods. If you are suffering with
cancer, lupus or any skin disease
write him.
are. —r ~wrjyryny-wr*.
AL
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O E S w i
Save
Your Feet
Designed by &
Surgeon who made
a careful study of
i \'t weaknesses
Proven successful
thou-unds,
satiif1
»v«earei
mrtn
MOVING VAN
Household Goods, Pianos and
Sales moved by experienced
help.
(roods
stored or packed
for shtpmeut. Repair shop ta
connection wtth store house
CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY
T. SAUL, Proprietor
Broadway b«lw««i Third and
Fourth Avenues North
flHneK Rf*. 1182-L Office W I
Auction Sale
Thursday, October 8
at 10 o'clock a. in.
The following described goods
and stock will be sold at auc
tion at the
McMurchy Farm
One-half mile
southwest of Harwood:
Horses,
Cattle,
Machinery*
Household Furniture
Luach and Feed Provided
T. G. BROWN, Anctioaeer.
FUEL
ALL KINDS
Prompt Delivery
Telephone 489
FARGO YARDS
First Street and N. P. Tracks
N. J. OLSEN Co.
Successors to jno, Costain
Moorhead, Mini.
DWIGHT D. SIMM0N|
Manager
WATCH
flits space
WOOD
and
COAL
i! Gib lis Grain
li land Fuel Co.
T. 0b Piatt, Manager
ST. NWI1, PAMi
Phona xm
For State New« Read The Forum.
1' A""'
N V
fllED ON TRAIN
EN ROUTE TO KAN8A8 TO SPEND
LA8T X# WITH PARENTS,
Mr*. BmMK Arnett of Medina BM
on Tdin In ®t. Pawl, at Age of
Year*—Seized With Heart Failure to*
Saintly City and tffcd Followed.
St Paol, Oct. S.—Mr*. Worn* L.
Arnett, of Medina, N. DH died to
railway coach at the union depot late
yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Arnett, who wae 50 yearii of
age, was en route to Tinland, Kan.,
her old home, In order to spend her
last days at the home of her parents.
Her health began to fall some months
ago, and, realizing that she had not
long to live, she wanted to see her old
home before she died.
Her condition became rapidly worse
after she had started on her Journey,
and while in St. Paul she was seized
with heart failure and passed away
before her husband, who accompanied
STORM'S VICTIM DEAD.
Jorgensen's Baok Was Broken When
Granary Wae Blown Upon Him*
Grand Forks, N. D., Oct. 3.—J.
Jorgensen, who had hia back broken
when a granary near Niagara was
blown over, died today at a local hos
pital. The accident occurred Aug. 30.
NEAR BATHGATE
WITH AFFINITY
MAN WANTED BY WIFE IN BADG
ER STATE EMPLOYED ON
N. D. FARM.
Grand Forks, N. D., Oct. 3.—Fred
Scherer and Lucy LeClaire, wanted
by Mrs. Fred 3cherer, of Manttowoc,
Wis., who asserts Fred is her husband
and Lucy is an affinity, were in Grand
Forks recently and applied for work
at the Bartow farm, a few miles down
the river. From here they went to
Bathgate and they are both employed
there at the present time, according to
information received la Grand Forks
yesterday.
ny i
OF
THE
»pllne.
.slight displacement
cause
The
Here
we find the
her, could summon a physician. The church at Casseiton. His wife was
body was taken to the undertaking Miss Loomis of Fargo and both have
rooms of O'Halloran A Murphy, where:
Scherer fits the description given by
his wife. She described him aa
"wearing a black suit, stiff hat, fair
complexion, light hair, shows his teeth
when he laughs and wears one gol£
crown, tries to act smart and talk &
whole lot." The girl with Scherer,
when he was here wae "dark and little,
with turned-up nose, not good-looking
and slim," as described by Mrs. Fred.
Scherer has not been arrested.
PLOWING NOW THE IAGE
Farmers An* Taking Advantage
Weather, Says Superintendent
Nicholson of Q. N.
of
Orand Forks, N. D., Oct. S.—"Farm
ers over the state I have noticed in
my travels, are devoting their time to
plowing nowadays," said Superintend
ent Nicholson of the Great Northern
yesterday "Very little grain is being
hauled now. The farmers have sold
enough grain to pay for the harvest
ing and are holding the balance to
deliver to the elevators after they are
through plowing. The elevators are
about on an average one-third full, al«
though the grain movement still keeps
up. thft farmers having shipped flrst,
1
In.
QA PER CENT all dlfcascs originate at the point Indicated
by the i'ST. The dlaeaaeo given below are ONLY A FEW
MANY Which are etuwd by aub-luratlona lathe
S ight displacements at thic polat will oaase headaches, eye diseases,
deafness, etc.
A
of
eases are caused bjr nerves aad
Cure of such diss&set as appendicitis,
uterine troubles, irregular menses,
iostment at this point.
Why
have constipation, troablse, jdie*
trouble, etc.. wh*n *ci«Bliilc adjustment at I
be followed
by
care.
HEALTH
WITHOUT
m\m
SURGERY
DR.
ANU DAILY
4»wr i|1 Ukviuiia^c IV tl» im
grain can be hauled after it freezes
op. After this week the grain move
ment will be light for a month, or a%
least until the farmers wind up oiy
plowing and tlw weather Is of the
freedng variety."
REV. LYON GOES TD
VALLEY till' Hip
CASEELTON MINISTER ACCEPTS
CALL FROM CONG EQUATION
ALI8TS OF BARNES CO.
METROPOLIS.
may
it was viewed by Coroner A. W. Miller, small children. Rev. Lyon beflll* htfe
who decided that death had been caus- pastorate here on Nov. 1.
ed by syncope.
Grand Pwrt», N. ©., Oct. 3.—-The
case of the state against William
Hardy, accused- of the larceny of
a gold watch and Jewelry belonging
to Mrs. Sanburn, was brought before
Judge McLoughlin yesterday, Attorney
Wineman appearing for the prosecu
tion and Attorney Skuli Skuluson for
the defendant. The case was contin
ued until thia afternoon in order to
secure further evidence, Hardy claim
ing that he can prove an alibi.
Hardy first refused to come across
the river, having been arreated by the
East Grand Forks police. Last even
ing, however, through the persuasive
power of Attorney Finlayson of East
Grand Forks, he decided to go across.
Witnesses will be secured today that
Hardy claims will testify that he was
other places at the time of the alleged
robbery la said to have occurred.
SLIUOt OF N. D.
BANKER A MYSTERY
NO REASON DISCOVERED FOR
JOHN HEMPSTEAD'S ACT
FUNERAL HELD TODAY.
Qrand Forks, N. D.( Oct. 3.—The
funeral of John Hempstead, who end
ed his life last Tuesday by shooting,
was held this afternoon at 2:30 from
the Presbyterian church. Rev. Steven
son of Emerado, conducted the ser
vices. Members of the Masonic ordef
attended the funeral In a body and the
pallbearers were Masons.
J. M. Smith, uncle of the deceased,
returned last evening from Emerado.
He stated that so far there had been
nothing discovered that would explain
why Mr. Hempstead took his life. An
examination of the books at the bank
Is in progress. T. B. Holmes and T.
Richardson are in charge.
GRANARY HIS BANK.
North Dakota Farmhand Made Pmntie
When Fire Takes Savings.
Maxbass, N. D., Oct. 3.—E. E. Hasen,
living four miles south, was burned out
last night. His barn, two granaries
and all hia farm machinery were de
stroyed. His loss Is about $1,500. His
hired man lost $200, which he had
stored away in a sack in the granary,
The weathor to now the best tor, and waa almoet frantic when ha real
kVui u I laed his
loss.
of the vertebrae ia this pert of the spine is thei
of m&ny eases of eaterrh, throat trouble, neuralgia, pais ia the
siiouldori
Ana arm*,
goitre, etc.
£3T" marked
utimber 3
locates the part of the spiae wherein sub-*
luxations will cause broachitis, leloa, pain between the shoulder
blades, eto.
Heart disease is eftea oaaeed by tplaal displacement at this point, also#
asthma, laaf trouble, pneumonia, etc. HP*
Stomach and liver troubles, enlargement of the spleen. pleurisy,
a in this
score of cther disea-o? are caused by the displacements in this part of ij*
the spine, so slight as to remaia naaoUeed by all dooton ewept the^T
scientific Chiropractor.
cense
sail
leyer,
stoats,
shingies,
dyspepsia
etc.
Bright'i disease, floating kidney,
reeeeis beiag pinched in the SpiaelT-
"windows" at this point. mr
Li*, bladder diseases, peritonitis,.
Inmbagoi etc., follows spinal ad.^»
pan
A slight slippage of one or both Innominate boar will likewise pi
sciatica, roctal, uteriur and prostatic troubles together with many
diseases thg {hiItis and lower extremities.
-^1rrfj -r
FABGO FORUM REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY
City. N. Dt. Oct Sr-fte*
VVillard Crosby Lyon of Casseiton has
accepted the call of the First Congre
gational church of this city to their
pastorate, subject to the will of the
Presbytery. Rev. Lyon did not seek
the call from Valley City and only
accepted it because of the enlarged
field of labor offered. He is a son of
S. S. Lyon, cashiepr of the Merchants
National bank of Fargo. He is a
graduate of the University of Min
nesota, served the Presbyterian
church at La Moure and has been five
years pastor of the Presbyterian
friends here. They have two
ALilliFD HIliHWATMAN
TO PROVE JIN Ai iH
SPINE
aad a
of upper bowels,
orarian troubles aad
typhoid
mux
other 41s*.
rodticel#
IROPRACTOR9
uri: ujokk
HRONIC "ONDERS
ASES Wben All Else Fails
"Patlepi# Tiukt I Have Adiwsied Are My Scsl leltreneei"
kmatigstt aai tsk If ilk WW Havt Ben JMftstdl md €sn4
Oail WWUN «r PImmm
to
ChiRocMicrwa
mo*.
Oktr*iMra«ti« to the
Newest w-ml Mewf
Seienttlie MeftU
el HwUteg.
It Removes ikiCaotS
A. NEWSALT
ttirrttr 11. "fhtTlaa* —a 1L—w** Biiit WP A VI purchasing one valued at $25, but on
Ffeone *2f»s-lU^
lie amount of a change neceseafy, w as
FARGO. N. D.
OA LESSOR® Tuesday*. VALL1Y CITY Wedneecfaya. PAOI Friday obl!sres3 to return for It later fn the
and Setvr^ay. HUNTtft taturtfay. FARGO every day «ni evenin* ex* afternoon, soon after he left the ntor
if
NHiKB
HIS HOUSEKEEPER
JEALOUSY IS MOTIVE FOR KILL-j
INQ AT GRAND FORKS.
After Flrfnt fatal Shot*, Jofto Wfeiwy
Attempted to Walk Away, But Waa
Arrested—Crtm* Was Committed
l»**t Night,, ami Followed a Quarrel.
Orand Forks, N. IX, Oct. S^-Whlle
her daughter, aged 14, dttneed In a
downtown hall, John Henry, a negro,
flred Ave bullets Into the body of his
housekeeper, Mrs. Ellen Fultoa, col
ored, last night at about 9:36, at Hen
ry's residence, 418 Cedar street Tfat
woman died instantly.
The slayer was arrested by Officer
Bliven aa ne started to walk away
from the house. Jealousy over atten
tions paid to Mrs. Fulton by a negro
named Brighteyes, is believed to have
been the cause of the crime.
After the murderer Henry muttered
that he did not propose to have his
home made into a disorderly house.
He also made it plain that he had in
tended to kill the colored admirer of
his housekeeper. The revolver used
was a new one and had evidently been
purchased during the day. Henry had
been drinking.
Roomers Heard R^iir.
Several roomers at the Henry home
heard the trouble downstairs. Henry
and the woman had a bitter quarrel
and the woman scored him unmerci-'
fully. It is said that she* upbraided
him for not paying her money which
she claimed was due her as house
keeper. Henry Anally shot her once.
The woman fled outside and fell In
the yard. Then the murderer shot
four bullets into her body. He held
the revolver go close to her that her
clothing caught Are.
The shooting outdoor* attracted the
people of the vicinity. Ed Howard
and wife, colored, residing next door,
hurried over and saw Henry standing
over the woman with the smoking re
volver in his hand. Howard and his
wife heard Mrs. Fulton cry: "He shot
me." This was as she came through
the door. Howard wanted to know
why Henry had committed the crime
and he muttered something about Mrs.
Fulton a anting to run a disorderly
house.
Stays Until Offioer Arrives,
News came to the central police sta
tion of the shooting, by telephone. The
party who telephoned was so excited
that he could not tell what had hap
pened. Officer Bliven hurried to the
house in a hack and an excited negro
pointei cut Henry as he started to
walk away. He was not molested by
the negroes, who had gathered in
great numbers and who were very
much afraid of him. Officer Bliven
telephoned to th«s police station and
Chief Overby and Special Officer Dan
Leahy hurried to the house. The
three oAficers placed Henry In a hack
and took him to the county Jail. Hen*
ry had little to say on his way to the
Jail. He kept muttering: "John Henry
shot Ellen Fulton." He did not seem
o fully realize what a serious crime
he had committed.
The body of the woman was taken
to Norman's underf EKli.g rooms and
Coroner Rounsevell was notiAed. He
will arrive in Qrand Forks on the
morning train. The inquest will be
held today.
Mrs. Fulton, who was about 50 years
of age, came here from Willow City,
N. D. On Aug, 28 she had George W.
Field, colored, arrested on a charge of
criminal assault. He was held to the
district court In the sum of $1,000 and
went to iall in default of the bond.
Fields contended that the woman was
a blackmailer.
The slayer haa been here for a
number of years. He was Known to
be a peaceful negro. He was em
ployed as a laborer and was about 50
years old.
Mrs. Fulton has another daughter,
Mrs. Fannie Black, residing at Jack
sonville, 111. She waa notified by
wire last night.
Welcome Vattey NirW.
Welcome Valley,N. D., Sept. ij.—To
The Forum: There was a surprise
fterty at John Schultze's last Friday
in honor of Ml&s Anna Schultze but
on account Of the rain, she failed to
arrive ^,s arranged, so the young peo
ple who gathered had to spend the
evening without her. But every one
reported a good time.
W. A. Fudley and ®ll Mc Intyre
ire re among the crowd who visited
Fargo to see Mr. Taft.
Mr. Lowman la at Mr. Mclntyre's
looking after his land interests at
present.
Clarence Classon is rather sick at
present and tm&DK to attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schultae Were
Ffcrgo visitors last Monday.
cor W V
DIAMOND THIEF
ADMITS HIT
AMBRAY COLE ARRESTED FOR
THEFT AT QRAND FORKS AND
tt« MAKBS A CONFesSfttM.
Grand Forks, Kf. D., Oct. t.
Charged with the theft of a $7?
diamond ring from the Tttpflx. Kftit
jewelry etore in ttU« elty Thursday
afternoon, Aubray Cole of Orafton
was arrested by Officer Coan and in
now lodged in the county jail. Shortly
after being arrested and while in the
"aweat box" the prisoner admitted
hi#? guilt. He will be held to the dis
trict court.
The case is a rather peculiar on®
hi several re«pect». Thursday after
noon at about 8: SO o'clock Oofe en
tered the Kent store and aaked to
ahown some diamonda. He looked
over quite 4 number of them, flnaHy
J.th«i fact that a 976 diamond ring was
"f vt"
EVENING, OCTOBER 1908.
missing became known, and the police
were called in.
Later, when Cole returned to se
cure the ring he had purchased, he
was searched, at hie own suggestions
hut no trace of the diamond waa
found, and he was released. Till*
morning the investigation waa re-*
suraed, however, and It waa found that
a registered package had been sent
from Grand Forks to Mlnto by R.
Cole, addressed to A. Cole. With thia.
fact known the officials soon arrested
Cole and charged hits flS the tlMUjf"
which ha admitted.
BIG MEETING PROMISE!
Ayr, N. D., Oct. 1.-—To The Forttm:
I a#e br The Forum that some of the
republican leaders will speak at Ayr
next Wednesday. The people are al
ready talking of their coming and they
are sure of a warm welcome and a
good audience. When the democratic
speakers were here recently they spoke
to a very small crowd, consisting most
ly of the school children and a bunch
of threshers brought In by one enthu
siastic democrat and "Moug" Is the
flrst letter of his name. I would "speak
right out" and tell who he is but I
don't want to inject any personalities
Into a nioe clean campaign like this
one is. It Is said that he stopped
threshing operations and told his help
if they attended the meeting their
"time" would go right along, but If
they didn't attend they would loose
that much time and thus an audience
was obtained. Governor Burke will
certainly reward such acts. Their
candidate for district attorney took up
most of the time (to the disgust of
most of his hearers) trying to tell how
extravagantly Ca^s county's business
Is being conducted under republican
management, and a lot more of "rot"
that was about the "punkest" ever
heard In a political meeting. Governor
Burke made a short address, principal
ly to the school children, but neglected
to explain why he hadn't brought about
all the good things premUed previous
to his Election, Cor. A.
MiLNOR'S BUSY DAY.
Firat of a 8erios of Market Days
ing Held Today.
MCnor, N. D., Oct. 3. -The Ml*nor
Market Day association is holding the
Arst of a scries ««f market daj't at
Milnor taday. The merchants will
furnish free lunch for the farmers
and also sell goods at a discount.
Math Libakken, a pioneer resident of
Sarget county, dropped dead of heart
dlseaae in his field while plowing.
HORSES ARE BURNED.
Lanfjdon Man Sustained Logs of K
500 in Barn Fira,
JSu,Ilvan sustained IfeM of
$2,408 by Are when hia large barn at
the rear of his meat market in Lang
don was destroyed by Are. Nine
horses and several head of cattle were
in the barn and only two horses were
saved. Property worth $100,000 was
endangered. Horses which were tak
en from the barn rushed back into
the flames. Mr. Sullivan in
surance of $1,000.
Extraordinary Safe of Sftfca
That will Interest every woman at
deLendrecie's Mondav and Tuesday.
ELEVEN DYNASTIES
NEAR EXTINCTION
HALF OF REIGNING ROYAL LINSS
IN GERMAN FEDERATION
VIRTUALLY CHILDLESS,
Berlin, Oct. 8.—Of the twenty-tao
reigning dynasties that compose the
federation of states forming the Qer
man empire, no fewer than eleven are
threatened with extinction, the male
line of succession being sparsely rep
resented. In some instances the lands
under the rule of these houses—'prin
cipalities, grand duehles, and duchle*
—will, in accordance with the agree
ment of succession, come into posses
sion of Emperor William, aa king
Royal Linea Childtess.
In Mecklenburg-Schwefin the Orand
Duke Friedrich -Franz is childless
Three of his relatives, however, are
entitled to the succession—Duke Jo
hann Albrecht, regent of Brunswick,
a childless widower Prince Henfy of
the Netherlands, husband of Queen
hanps by a slender thread.
Two other royal lines nearing extinc
tion are those of the Reuss, older line,
and the Schwaraburg-Sondershausen.
In Baden and Hesse the future it
the succession is equally insecure. The
only male heir in Baden is Prince Bef
thold, a boy of 2 1-2 years, while in
Hesse the heir 19 a baby 2 years old.
Wilhelmlna, who is also childless and
Duke Friedrich, who Is unmarried and
determined not to marry.
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jT-
'W'
'dirt Big to Qnwt it»*
publioan Speakers—Dems. Got
a Fr^et There,
THE
1 1
All
Name
three
are older than the present grand duke.
Dynasties Are Tottering.
In Wurtemberg, after the death Of
the present aged king, the succession
will pass to a Catholic branch of the
family. In Oldenburg, where there if
a youthful heir in Saice-Altenburg,
where there are only two young prin
cess In the line of succession and In
Saxe-Welmar, where the grand duke'f
two cousins are the only direct heiii^
the malntainance of the dynasties
High grade poet cards with four
gfeoto ai Bijou Arcade. Huberts.
Dainty Petatoea.
SoU potatoes until thorough^ tttih
ed rnaah, and »tir in gg and one crttp
of mUk
ball||
teaspoonful of salt and a
pinch o{ pepper.
Roll potatoes
the »l*e of a tennis ball. Make
a cup rtut
of a lettuce leaf twisted artd
put in one ball. Arrange leaves and
balle in a flat dish with slice* of
boiled egge around edge and a sprig
of parsley. Serve with roast neelf.
TO'NIGHT
1
Striet
of
Prussia.
The male line of the Mecklenburg
Strelitz grand dukedom, for Instance
ie represented today by Or.ly two per
sons, the Grand Duke Adolf Friedrich,
born In 1848, and his only surviving
eotf of the *ame name, born in 1111
Waahlngton, Oct. 3.—Speaking be
fore the tuberculosis congress, Mrs.
Henry Parsons of New fork, in an ad
dress on "The Value of Children's Gar
dens In Congested District*, to Child
ren With a Tendency Toward Tubefl
duloeis," thus summarised the values
into i
ot
such
gardens:
PmvtFP
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Style 522 E-2L
Stetrie, Two Drawers, Illuminated tndfcati«MU
Knowledge of Business
Makes Dollars
more yoa know about your business, the mote you
will know where to stop leaks.
Commercial reports S3y ninety per cent of merchant!
fail because of lack of system.
It's the little leaks in your busit»e«s' that make the
greatest loss. The lange ones you usually see and stop but
the little ones are hidden under the mass of business. They
are there, because without svstem you cannot keep in touch
with all the details of your &tore, and do not bring erery
transaction out into the light
A detailed statement of the day's business is printed by,
our register that gives you full knowledge of erery transac-,
tion that occured in your store.
This statement is detachable and can be mailed to you
when you are away it gives you knowledge that enables
you to direct your business successfully from a distance.
Most men know which side their bread is buttered on."
When you can put your hand on the clerk who made the mit.
take—when you can point out the clerk whose sales are fat
liog behind, they are pretty likely to "Get Busy" and keep
busy.
Self interest will make your clerks work more than any
thing e\m» It wili pay you to look into thti.
.v-
Remember Writing Us for Information
fats You Under No Obligation to Bay,
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO.
Style 562-6
NATURE AS CURE
FOB CONSUMPTION
Six Drawers, a Perfect Machine, Cashier for Sfx Clerks.
Value of such an attractive opett-air
space near the home.
Value of its gentle activities.
Value of the watching of living green
things and insect Uf® in keeping little
Milfterrra' minds off of their paih.
v Value of a beautiful picture left In
their mind to be thought of In tike dis
mal hours of pain at home.
Such garden*, conveniently located
throughout the city, would accommo
date thousands nt such children for six
or eight months in the year, year after isis.
year—in comparison with the few that'
can be sent to the se&*hore, mountain
•f saWtorlums for qhort stays.
The possibility of teaching hygiene*
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©entlemeajfev
I am in the*.. .v...business and
tmplc^f ...dfj |j. Please write me, or call me up—
Phone., ,.*....., and tell me how a National Cash
Register will Increase my profits and make me moojey.
the National Gdi Register Co.
Ashelman Bros.,
lit
Ck1
Sales Agents
S18 It P. Atom Fargo, North Dakota
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within the children's comprehension,
by simple experiments with plants in
their own plots which will lead them
to see whv fresh air, cleanliness and
sunshine are absolutely necessary to
life and vigor and whioh will lead them
to demand such surrounding* in theii
own homes.
v N o i e e i o
Is hereby given by the im-"
dersigned, Lyma« L. Walton, executor
of the last will and testament of Al
bert H. Weston, late of the village ot
Skowhegan.In the county of Sommer
set and state of Maine, deceased trt
the creditors of, and all persons ha*
lng claims against said deceased td
exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within *lx months after the
first publication of thi* notice to said
executor, at hi* residence In said vil
lage of Skowhegan.county of Sommer
set and state of Maine, or to B, Of.
Tenneson, his resident agent. residltt|
at Fargo, in the county of Cft«s aad
state of North Dakota.
Dated &i* third day of Octob^fc
vVvi
134
-irMAH U WALTON,
Bbfeeutor of "thvf last will and testa
ment of Albert H. Weston, dec«a*ot)
(Oct 4-10-17-24.} 1

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