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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 20, 1912, Image 8

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ECZEMA
Also called Tetter, Salt Rheum, Prurl
tap, Milk-Crust, WeeptiiK .Skin, etc.)
EC/,KM V AN BK CI HKD TO STAY,
and when I say cured, I mean just what
I say—C-U-R-E-D. and not merely
patched up for awhile, to return worse
than before. Remember I make this
broad statement after putting ten
years of my time on this one disease
*nd handling in the
mean-time
a quar
ter, of a million cases of this dreadful
(Tisease. Now, I do not care what all
you have used, nor how many doctors
have told you that you could not be
Vured—all I ask is Just a chance to
show you that I know what 1 am talk
ing about. If you will write me TO
DAY, I will send you a FRKE TRIAL
of my mild, soothing, guaranteed cure
(hat will convince you more in a day
than I or anyone else could in a
month's time. If you are disgusted and
discouraged, I dare you to give me a
chance to prove my claims. My writ
ing me to-day you will pnjoy more renl
comfort than you had ever tlrought this
world holds for you. Just try It and
you will see I am telling you the truth.
0r. J. E. Canon-ay. s:i7 Park Square,
Sedalln. Mo.
References: Third National Bank,
y, Sedalia, Mo.
Could you do a better act than to send
this notice to some poor sufferer of
Eczema? —Advt.
ADJUTANT HI VL
WANTS TO KNOW
*!E AGAIN WRITES CAPTAIN 80R
ENSON AS TO THE PROSPECTS
FOR AN ARMORY FOR CO.
OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF
NORTH DAKOTA.
Cfcpt. Harold Sorenson of Co.
first regiment, North Dakota Na
tional guards, has received another
letter from Adjutant General Treu
{pann In which the writer asks what
fias been done or what steps have
been taken towards securing an ar
mory for the local military company,
as the military authorities of the state
appear determined to abandon the
company her£ unless sometninp dett-
nite is shown that wilj convince the
authorities that the company will be
properly housed and equipped in the
very near future.
Captain Sorenson has written in
reply that while he is not in a posi
tion to make specific explanations
Still he is convinced that during the
winter months the plans will be form
ulated which will next spring «^e the
oompany with an adequate armory,
The company owns its own site,
jvhich is valued at about $5,000 and
this can be used for the purpose, or
the site sold and the proceeds used
for the purpose of securing another
lite.
One can now pay for an acre of high
grade farm land a price that would
Just about buy a nice little automo
bile. But the farm land never blows
up its tires.
II SALTS ANO
PILLS. "CASCARETS"
$F CONSTIPATED, BILIOUS, HEAD.
ACHY, STOMACH SOUR, GET A
10 CENT BOX OF CASCARETS—
I' TAKE ONE TONIGHT.
You men ana women who can't get i
feeling right—who have headache,
routed tongue, foul taste and foul
Weath, dizziness, caiVt sleep, are bil
ious, nervous and upset, bothered
with a sick, gassy, disordered stom
ach, or have back-ache and feel worn
out.
Are you keeping your bowels clean
^vith Cascarets, or merely forcing a
passageway every few days with
salts, cathartic pills or castor oil?
This is important.
Cascarets work while you sleep
cleanse and regulate the stomach,
remove the sour, undigested and fer
menting food and foul gases take the
excess bile from the liver and carry
out of tlie system all the constipated
waste matter and poison in the intes
tines and bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will struigten
you out by morning—a 10-cent box
from any drug store will keep your
stomach sweet liver and bowels reg
ular and head clear for months. Don't
forget the children. They love Cas
carets because they taste good-—do
good—never gripe or sicken.—Advt.
BASSANO
The fastest growing youth,
city in Western Canada. TW»
headquarters of the Canadia?
Pacific great irrigation proj
ect, now building one of th
larprest dams in the world
Plenty of power, natural ga«
and coal mines and the groat
distributing centre for larg
agricultural district. Division
al point three railways an I
branches.
Here is a chance to secuv
a building lot located 15 min
utes walk from the postofflc
for $60 each, payable $1. pe
week. No Interest, No Taxe*.
Every Lot (iunranteed, Hlarii
Dry and Ijevel.
Population 1903-38. 1912-250"
William Klein
Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
i $
Winter's
Coming
Get Yoar Supply of
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Phone 89
1 Keep Yon 1
Well Keep Yon Warm
fargo Feed
115 Second Ave. N.
THE CHRISTMAS
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SALVATION ARMY IS MTTlftQ
READY FOR THE ANNUAL
FEAST—ARMY ALSO STARTS
WORK OF RAISING FUNDS FOI*
.BOOTH MEMORIAL*
Captain Bell and his corps of Uii
local Salvation army will be kept
busy for the next few weeks.
It will be only a short time until
they will begin an active campaign
to secure money for the annual Christ
mas dinner that is given to the poor
of the two cities. It is hoped that when
the different charity boards in this
city get together that there will be no
duplications of dinners as has been
the case in former years and that
every poor family in the city will
have a big time on this occasion.
Captain Bell will make further an-
nouncement of this In the near fu
ture.
The local corps has received the
tags which will be used for raising
the funds expected of Fargo and Moor
head to assist In creating the mem
orial in memory of Commander Booth.
As was stated some time ago in The
Forum, this memorial will likely be
two big training schools for the young,
one of these to be located in New
York and the other in Chicago, and
Captain Bell hopes that every man
and woman in the city will buy a tag,
for the cause Is a good one.
Captain Bell states that he would
like to have cast off garments as
there are many inquiries for them.
SOLICITS FUNDS
FOR BALKAN RELIEF
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BAN ON CHRISTMAS GREENS.
Act Sigf'ed by President) Prohibits
Shipment From Certain Territory.
The Packer says mat some sections
of the New England states from which
Christmas trees and other holiday
decorations are shipped heavily every
year are hard hit by the plant quar
antine act which was signed by Pres
ident Taft, Aug. 20, this year, and
goes into effect next Monday.
This act prevents the shipment of
trees and greens out of certain sec
tions which are infested with the
gypsy moth and brown-tail moth. In
a circular recently issued by Willett
N. Hays, acting secretary of the de
partment of agriculture, the towns
and sections placed under the ban for
the brown-tail moth and the gypsy
moth are cited in full.
The provisions of this act explain
that all trees from infested sections
must be inspected before they can be
shipped out of the state but as it will
be impossible to do this the authori
ties have decided to prohibit absolute
ly interstate shipment. However,
there is a great deal of confusion and
guesswork connected 'with the provi
sions of the act and just how it af
fects New England states. For that
reason, under date of Nov. 9, Acting
Secretary Hays issued the following
official notice:
"To offset what seems to be a gen
eral misinterpretation in. relation to
Christmas trees of the quarantine act
recently promulgated by the secretary
of agriculture covering the gypsy and
brown-tail moth infested districts of
New England, the following explana
tory statement has been isstied: No
restrictions whatever are placed on
the movement of Christmas trees or
Christmas ereens cut outside of the
known gypsy moth infested territory.
This territory is comparatively limit
ed in New England and the move
ment of cutting of such trees and
greens is now beyond its limits and
therefore this quarantine order will
very little If any interfere with this
business. Jtfo Christmas trees or
greens cut within the gypsy moth in
fested territory are permitted to go
into interstate traffic for the reason
that it is impossible to Inspect trees
in such manner as to prevent their
carrying possible infection with gypsy
moth eggs. This, however, does not
prevent the local movement within
the gypsy moth Infested territory 'of
such trees. For example, Boston and
other cities within the
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Madame 8lavo Groutteh.
Madame Slaro Qroultch, wife of
the Servian minister to London, la
In America raising money for the
Servian lied Cross to be used in the
work connected with the Balkan war.
She is actively associated with
Miss Mabel Boardman of the Ameri
can Red Cross Society. Madame
Grouitch Is an American woman and
before her marriage was Miss Mabel
Gordon Dunlop, of Harriaon county.
West Virginia.
gypsy
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moth
district, can be supplied if desirable
from adjacent territory. There is no
prohibition of the movement of any
other products from New England,
such as nursery stock or forest prod
ucts except the provision tor proper
inspection."
Wm. L." Topel. 602 Third St., Bis
marck, N. D., states^—"I suffered with
kidney trouble, the pains starting just
under ^v ribs and worked around Into
the small of my back. I suffered un
told agony while the attack lasted. I
began taking Foley K/idney Pills and
in a short time the fain left my back
and I have ^ad no kidney trouble
since taking them." Fargo Drug Co.:
Economy Drug Co. —AOrt
Buckwheat Cakaa.
Half a cup of soft yeast, or one
cup baker's yeast (soaked soft), equal
parts sweet milk and hot water, salt
make a thick batter. Keep in a coo]
place. Scald jar once a week. Ev
ery night use equal parts of boiling
water and sweet milk, salt and flour.
Beat well at night, but do not atli
them In the morning.
Astronomers tell us that there is
frost on Mars, but we need not be told
that there is frost on this little old
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i A. W We have called in all our pianos we had on rental
rjgsassss ii as
Evenings
Every Piano Must be Sold
by Saturday,
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1 i a n a v e s o e s e n s a i o n a o e s o a k e W e w i a o w u a s e u
amount of rental received on these piahos.
Nov. 30
St&ry St. CSark Piarsct Company
Factory Salesroom
$'i3-21§ Broadway.'
Fargos N. 0..
Railroad Fare Free to Out
of Ta wit Parcttasers
U^ntsi £.ve«lv
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On Pianos
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USED PIANOS $14.00, S31.C0, WSM AM) SRO.OO
Including such makes as Chickering, Mozart, Everett and Others
Did
Select your piano NOW: Then BEGIN YOUR PAYMENTS ON
JANUARY 1st, 1913, and pay $1.00 .veek thereafter. Railroad fare
both ways to put-of-town purchasers.
Piano
Now'
Don't Miss This
Opportunity
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Stock
to
Deliv­
Your Home
These Terms
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free iH
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clay before it Is loo late,
^milmiSJourhme.
PER MONTH
lot Want' to Bay Until Xmas
Here is a Piano that would cost $250
at a Retail Store
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Closing Out Price $83
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