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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, February 19, 1914, Image 4

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SOCIAL NOTES
Miss Louise Hanson of Tenth street
south, will entertain the Maids and
Matrons at a luncheon Saturday after
noon.
Mrs. T. P. Mulick will leave Sunday
morning for the Arkansas Hot Springs,
where she will spend the remainder of
the winter. Mr. Mulick left for there
a fortnight ago.
In honor of her house guest, Mrs. A.
B. Cross of Minneapolis, Mrs. F. D.
Mitchell entertained at cards yesterday
afternoon. Fiie hundred was the di
version of the afternoon and the prize
was awarded to Mrs. Hugo Sterns.
The Woman's club of Sykeston, held
their sixth unnual banquet at Lewis
hall, Thursday evening, Feb. 12. The
liall was prettily decorated in the na
tional colors. There were fifty guests.
After the banquet a program was giv
en.
At the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs.
Gust Carlson, Eleventh street north,
last evening occurred the marriage of
Miss Hachel Torgeson and Roy J.
Smith of this 'city. The service was
read at
8
o'clock by Rev. W. S. Ulrich,
of St. Mark's English Lutheran church,
before an improvised altar of ferns and
palms, intermingled with pink and
white roses. Miss Hess Smith, a sister
of the bridegroom played the Lohengrin
wedding march, there were no attend
ants. The bride's gown was of white
embroidered chiffon and she carried a
shower bouquet ol' bride's roses and
lilies of the valley. A wedding supper
followed, with covers placed for twelve
guests, the appointments for which
were in a pretty color scheme of pink
and white. Mr. and Mrs. Smith left
June: The "French complexion fad"
ypJU inquire about is probably the c.raze
for liquid powders. They are thought
to be more wholesome for the skin, as
"well as more beautifying and less like
ly to show, than ordinary powder. The
following preparation can be made at
home from ingredients to be purchased
from any druggist. Get 4 ounces spur
max from your druggist, dissolve In
one half pint hot water and add two
teaspoons glycerine. It is splendid in
effect, looks very natural and clings
as .If it belonged to your skin.
tiilly: You will find shampooing with
a teaspoonful canthrox dissolved in a
cup hot water is a quick and pleasing
way to free the scalp of dust, dandruff
and excess oil. This is a cleanser and
invigorator most appreciated by ono
whose scalp is either dry, scaly and
itchy or profusely oily. Its use restor
ed healthful vigor to my scalp and in
duced the hair to come in plentifully,
with a gloss, and greatly enriched
color.
Bess: The best blood-cleanser I know
is kardene because it acts on the liver
and kidneys and if, as you say, you are
troubled with severe and constant
headaches, it is an indication that your
kidneys and blood need attention. To
prepare, put one ounce kardene (from
the drug store) into One half pint alco
hol (whisky should not be used) then
add one half cupful sugar and hot wa
ter to make a full quart. A tablespoon
ful before meals is the dose. This
kardene tonic gently expels poisonous
waste from the body and tones up the
internal organs so they can do their
work. You will find this tonic good
for lost appetite, failing strength, and
to clear up the complexion.
Lorelei: Even the woman of middle
age nowadays is determined to keep
Dollar Day Offerings
Brown & Shotwell
$1.00
Kimonas
A large lot of kimonos in rot ton crepes
and lawns beautiful patterns reg
ular values up to $1-75,
special for dollar
day
iu, 4 rg-
$1.00
wpatprc White, Grey and Red, Coat style.
small
to $3.50. Special for this one day
Saturday.
R17.PR An TaT*rrk£n
small sizes. An excellent garment, worth lip
The above offerings are very special and will be on sale for the
one day only. We are sure you will be more than pleased with
Dollar Day.
Brown & Shotwell
606 Front St. New Spring Goods Daily Fargo, N. D.
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home in this city, after April 1.
Mrs. A. B. Cross of Minneapolis who
has been the guest of Mrs. F. D. Mitch
ell of the Monttoello apartments, the
past week will leave today for her
home.
Miss Vivian Dinnie of Grand Forks
left yesterday for Wahpeton, where she
will visit a few days before returning
home. Miss Dinnie spent Tuesday in
the city with her dancing classes, com
pleting the course Tuesday evening.
The social event of this evening Is
the Hal Masque at which the members
of the Century dancing club will be
hosts 4*nd hoBtetises. The affair will be
given at the Columbus hall and will
be one of the prettiest, of the pre
Lenten parties.
The young people of the Swedish
Baptist church will give their twenty
first annual entertainment this even
ing in the church parlors. A splendid
program has been prepared and all
members and their friends will receive
a cordial welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Huyck (Gene
vive Mulick) will arrive in the city to
morrow morning, from a six week's
wedding trip through the west. They
will spend several days with Mrs.
Huyek's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Mulick of the Arlington apartments,
and next week in company with Miss
Mary Mulick, will go to Minneapolis
for a fortnights visit.
Mrs. J. B. Eaton Is entertaining as
her guest this week, Mrs. Helen M.
Drake of Beatrice, Neb., who arrived in
the city this morning. Mrs. Drake is
the head of the national organization
of the E*. E. O. Sisterhood and come
to Fargo to organize a chapter. Ten
members of the sisterhood reside in
Fargo and the chapter will be organiz
ed this evening. A number of members
of the Grand Forks and Valley City
The Home Beauty Parlor
fij
Bcift/ Dean
her fleph down and who can blame her,
now that present styles demand slini
ness? I always recommend parnotls
(which I mix up at home) as the saf
est, cheapest and best flesh-reducer.
Get four ounces parnotls at druggist's
and dissolve In one and one-half pints
hot water. Cool, strain, and take a
tablespoonful ^before each meal. Diet
ing or exercise Is not necessary with
this.
Mrs. S.: My own experience with
wrinkles was three years ago when I
removed them with a very simple, in
expensive preparation which I made by
mixing an ounce of almozoin (from my
druggist's) in one half pint, cold water
and adding two teaspoonfuls glycerine.
This, by contracting the skin slowly,
restores healthy firmness and keeps the
surface circulation of the blood so good
that a perfectly natural glow develops
in the cheeks. I have used it ever
since.
Madge: No, you need not have lots of
money in order to give your hair and
scalp perfect care. I often recommend
many made-at-home items which are
even better than high-priced patents.
As a hair tonic I get an ounce or
quinzoin at the druggist's, dissolve it
in one half pint of alcohol and add one
half pint of water. Rub a little at a
time well into the scalp and your dand
ruff will disappear and you will keep
your scalp healthy.
Exie: I brighten my eyes and rest
them when tired by putting a few
drops of crystos solution into each and
bathing the lids with the same.
make the tonic by getting an ounce of
crystos from the drug store and dis
solving it in a pint of clear water, it
will not smart and is soothing and
healing. It is the safest way of mak
ing the eyes sparkling and expressive.
Betty Dean's Beauty Book, $5. Adv.
PHONE 424
Growers and shippers or xJUT FLOWERS, PLANTS,
5ie" Jar£e3t facilities and best appointed service In
the West for handling out of town orders. Funeral de
cerns made up on short notice. Phone or write us
Night or Day. Established a quarter of a century,
bend for catalogue.
'0of' Bfosdway &.. Frent--8tpeefc,r:,5.'.'Brv,ij£iw.v*.-»^»J?erooi"'.,Ntf-
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Petticoats
A small lot in black and navy good
Quality silk these garments sold reg
ularly for 2.50, spe
cial for dollar
day
$1.00
House Dresses
A large line of these in excellent pat
terns and full line of sizec long and
short sleeves, high and
low neck special for
dollar day
aw, tuny anu
$1.00
$1.00
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..paitments is entertaining the M. and
o. club at h.er home this afternoon.
niirnv,
a"di Mws* Thomas
home^t^vJnln
T1
NoTweiian
F- Marshall of
cilv (hi have been visiting in the
\w
week»
left
last evening for
Jthc MardeiaGraSWhere
they WlU attend
Mlmi8' Jh„muS Humphrey of Fosston,
WhB^Lb%7
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erS'..^ soclety
of the First
the society ar^uled'to'S p'-e',"^
pre'.S
afternoon at
2
o'clock with covers nl ir
th,e afternoon
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lduy
and hisrh
awarded t0
A. H. Lelm-
Mrs. Frank Bracelin of the Wpiiinv
N,?es
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uMat evening ff
fV. .'Mich., where she was called hv
HUdebrand. Mr?' SSi,
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lnTto? Nik?.
and
8Ui»er
win bSne^w!-
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June
B"eS
Wi"
leave ,h
L&dleg of St. Marie's Snsrlfnh IT
fite[rt,CHUrCh
WU1
fnr
serv®
another bene-
in the church par-
oveni"S
from 5:30 to 9
offering wi'lf'h
Harold Bergh?llefS01?'
PNo
WU1. be,
"?ade
fund Th» fnne
but
f'S
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for th0
benefit
no. The following act at i,ns
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Miss Elizabeth Nickel, graduate of
the Columbia school of oratory of Chl
cago, and now "expression teacher of
the Moorhead schools will give a reel
tal this evening at the Stone auditorl
Juiti, under the auspices of th« pu..|uti
church. Miss Nickel will be assisted hv
Miss Margaret Ilentley. violfn Inst?uc
toi of the Moorhead normal school omi
Cora Hanson Olson vocalist. The VouJ
is 8 o clock and the following pro-ram
will be given:
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Violin Selection m!,s
The Courase of the rommonnlac"
:M^'VN&W'dA°dV»*s
5ird
Love
Devlne Wood
(b) Her Love Song
(C) An Open Secret '.'.Wo'odmar
Sally Ann'^0^|^rjren°oe
Olaon
Miss- ass1 °*lver
Hal1
violin Number iss T?Pnti«v
v&
s,
ner
v BiS
b) Mimnfy"eLliBoybe''°
Miss Nickel.
t,!?i!'d of,
the
sprle9 of artists' re­
citals to be given by the Dakota con
lZ7S°Wn}ib° ?iVen
tomorrow
even­
ing at 8.30 o clock, at Stone's auditor
Sa,JIiss1^Krba,1the
a
Walt-
contralto or
Chicago, will be soloist. The pro
gram is as follows:
Sann8hin
Delila
i n W o
Saint-Saens
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ch^^netik^'
Ah, Love, But a Day!
......V.
Beach
The Wind Speaks Grant Schaeffer
Boat Song War'.
Birds in the High Hall Garden
HftPPy iay Whelpl'S
I Have Led Her Honxe. ..... Whelpir •.
Only a Rose i i.. Downiu"
One Spring Morning Neviii
Downing
The Music section of the Fine Arts
club met this morning at 10 o'clock at
the Civic center. The program was at,
follows:?
Paper—Indian Music..... .Mrs. Bnnce
Omaha Prayer Tribal
Calumet Song Tribal:
Warrior's Song wr...... .Tribal'
Omaha Love Song Tribal
Mrs. AVheelock.i
^uri Blanket Song ^'-WjTroy^r
Sunrise-Echo Song ..,..
..'i .17.. Troyer
Invocation to Sun God Troyer
Mrs. Askegaardi.
Coming of Montezuma ... JY.V'-Troyer
Mrs. Wheelock."
Miss Lillian Wright, Miss Ctara Pollock
accompanists.
Special interest was taken in this
program as this Is the first time the
group of Zuri song's and Coming of
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?HE FARGO FOituM AjNTD 'DAILY REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 1914.
Montezumi have ever been rendered In
Fargo,
Frederick Loorais will entertain ft
number of friends at a magic lantern
show at his home this evening.
Jack Grant was an out-of-town!
guest at a club dance given in Wahp'.-~
ton last night roturning over the G. X.
this morning.
There will be no meeting of tlm
Royal Neighbors this evening. Th
next meetiri&Ktill be on Thursday even
ing, Feb. 20.
Helen Bowman is entertaining a
number of friends at a George Wash
ington party this afternoon. The hours
are 4 to 6 o'clock.
Martin Hector will leave this evening
for Boston, Mass., whore ho will visa
his daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ma
£111 for several weeks.
Miss May Sweeney gave a box party
at the Orpheum theatre last evening,
followed by supper at her home. Th&i'c
were ten guests present.
The North Dakota crack squad hav^
issued invitations to a dancing part
at the Columbus hall for Friday even
ing, Feb. 27. The party is greatly an
ticipated by those who will attend.
The King's Heralds of the First Me
thodist church will meet at the church
parlors on Friday afternoon in the jun
ior room and all members are urged to
be present. The semi-annual mite box
es will be opened.
Mrs. H. W. McArdle of Eighth street,
north is entertaining a company of
friends at cards this afternoon. Thi«
Is the flrst of a series of parties to b
given by Mrs. McArdle and the second
will be given tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. Verne Carey entertained Satur
day evening in4 honor of Mr. Carey'-s
birthday. Cards were the diversion of
the evening, Mrs. Minnie winning the
head prize for the ladies and Mr. Dui
kin the men's. A four course dinner
was served, covers being laid for six
teen guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Franlc Steele who are
.spending a few weeks in Minneapolis
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dean
will entertain a number of Fargo peo
ple at an over Sunday house party.
Among those who will go are Mr. anff
Mrs. Walter Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. Ern
est Wright and Robert G. Paterson.
On Monday evening, Feb. 23, the
members of the Epworth league of the
First Methodist church will give their
annual George Washington banquet at
tNe church. The banquet will be serv
ed at 7 o'clock and all the people of
the church as well as the society ar
cordially invited to attend. A musical
program and entertainment will follow
the banquet.. Those who are planning
on attending are requested to notify
Miss Lancgraff before Friday evening-
A most interesting program will br
presented by the Western School oc
expression, Jessie Jepson Remington.
d|fc ?ctor, at the Civic center, Saturday
("*.lng, Feb. 28, under the auspices of
tlfO fourth division of the Women'.-
union of the First Congregationa
church. The main feature of the even
ing will be the play Barbara, by Jeromr
K. Jerome, with Miss Mabel Franklin
as Barbara, Miss Ella Kivle as Lilll'\
Royal Drummond as Cecil and Mr. Ecl
mondson of Casselton as Mr. Finnlcun:.
This beautiful little play has never
been presented in, Fargo and many will
look forward to seeing it with interest.
The members of the cast have all hail
considerable experience in acting and
the parts are very well taken. Another
interesting part will be a dialogue, A
Cheerful Companion, presented by Miss
Myrtle Gibson and Miss Ethel McVeety.
Readings will be furnished by Alleen
Sullivan, Lucile Smith, Eleanor Farr.
and Richard Duncan. The "Y" quar
tet, of the Agricultural college, which
has won such a wide reputation thl:
year will furnish the music for th
program.
The second of a series of student
recitals of the Fargo Conservatory of
music was given last evening in th"
conservatory parlors. The following
excellent program was rendered:
Piano—Wayside Chapel Wilson
Agnes Tenneson
Violin-—Reverie Giles
Lea Shalit
.fctano—JehAsing the White Rabb.it...
v Lyne
Nora Ostgaard
Voice—Four Leaf Clover Coombs
John Lockhart
Piano—Bluette Waltz Duvernoy
Edna Schwarz
Cornet—Gates of Pearl Smitii
Sweetest Story Stutts
Henry Holt
Piano—Fountain Bohm
Eva Craig
Intermission
Voice—Elegie Massenet
Honeysuckle Chadwick
Essie Burley
Reading—Angelina Dunbar
Jane Morris
Piano—Spring Grieg
Romance La Forge
Maud Sackrider
Voice—Sunset and Dawn .... Ashford
Goodbye Summer Lyne^
Anna Lunde
Violin—Gravioso Bo.hm
Scene de Ballet .......... Bohm
George Dahl
Piano—First Violet v. Behr
Evening Hour Kussner
Eliza Brosten
Voice—Connals tu le paye? from
Mlgnon Thomas
Helene Huffaker
Piano—Gondolter Nevln
Clara Taves
Voice—In Thy Dreams. Buck
Dill Clements
STATE WEDDINGS
Married at the M. E. parsonage In
Bowdon, on Tuesday Feb. 10, Arthur
Stadie and Miss Amelia Wagner, both
of Bowdon, by Rev. L. M. Flowers. Gil
bert C. Rode and John Fuhrman,
brother-in-law of the bride, were the
witnesses.
One of the prettiest weddings ever
witnessed in the neighborhood of Lis
bon was solemnized on Tuesday, Feb.
10. at the homo of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Thompson, when
iheir youngest daughter, Cecil Mae, be
came the bride of Lumen E. Severson
of Lisbon. They were attended by the
bridegroom's sister, Miss Alva Sever
son of Chicago and the bride's brother,
Harry G. Thompson.
Simple and impressive in every ap
pointment was the pretty wedding of
Miss Lena Davis and Carl Neshlne, at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Davis at Balfour,
solemnized in the presence of relatives
and only a few immediate friends.
A big double wedding occurred last
Tuesday at 10 a. m., at the Trier church
at Munich. Rev. Father Grzeszykowski
of Trier performed the ceremony. The
contracting parties were Joseph A. Hel
ten and Miss Susie Zlmmer, and Math
Berg and Miss Katie Zimmer, sill of
Trier township.
At the home of the bride's parents, on
Saturday evening occurred the mar
riage of Miss Ethel Dunwoodv and W.
C. Hyland, both of Edmunds. The wed
ding took place in the presence of near
relatives, Rev. J. G. Morgan, of the
Congregational church of Pingree, offi
ciating.
A wedding of interest to a larg^clr-'
ele of friends took place at the Cath*
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SSiUgygmfiiSTSEVEiiHUia
Has No Competition $
The word "PANTORIUM" stands for
the "BEST" In ladles' and gents' gar
ment cleaning, alterations, pressing
and repairs.
SAMPLE (it. our work always on ex
hibition,
The PantoriutK!
Ph«m»
212 Broadwuy Farflo, N. D,
NO TELEPHONE ORDERS
WILL BE ACCEPTED ON
FRIDAY BARGAIN8*-
Mail orders received up to Mon
day noon will be filled on Fri
day bargains,
CURTAIN STRETCHERS
Made so any size curtain can
AT THE
be
stretched non rust pins sell, at
$1.75,. Friday gm
bargain 1
WATER GLAS8ES
Heisey water glasses two patterns
to choose from
sell
at
dozen, Friday
bargain
Jl.iM
poo-
COFFEE POTS
In gray enamel ware, 2 quart f5i?:e,
with enamel cover eells
at ()c,
Friday
bargain
BRONZING LIQUID
"Our Favorite" bronzing liquu
up in boxes to sell at 25c,
Friday bargain
at
NICKEL TOWEL BAR
16 Inch towel bar, inch sir*: *»11
regular at 48c, Friday
bargain
Sf§9
BABY BASKETS
Baskets for babies' toilet articles—
also used for work baskets slight
ly soiled, Friday bargain, yz PRiCE.
WASH BOWLS AND PITCHERS
Plain white wash bowl and pitcher
sell regular 51.25, Fri- 09
day bargain
SUGARS AND CREAMERS
A German china sugar and cream
er that sell regular at 50c per pair,
Friday
bargain
SOAP!
each,
19#
SOAP! SOAP!
laundry soap
Santa Claus--best
made—Friday
bargain, 8 for
25e
1 Hour Sale
10 to 11 a. m.
Electric Lamps—4, 8,16 candle power,
110 volts, choice
Limited 5 to a customer
olic church in Reynolds last Wednes
day, when Miss Lizzie M. Adams was
united in marriage to John H. Sweeney.
Miss Tlllie Schaefer was bridesmaid
and George Sweeney, a brother of tho
bridegroom, was best man.
A Strong Indorsement.
W. H. Holmes of The Decorah. Ia.,
Journal says, "I have been a sufferer
from Piles and Hemorrhoids for
years. I got no relief until my drug
gist recommended Meritol Pile
Remedy. Before I had taken half the
package the distress was gone and I
have had no trouble since. I would
not take a thousand dollars and be
back in former condition." Central
Drug Store, 66 Broadway, Fargo, N. D.
Exclusive Agency.—Advt.
HOTELS
THE GARDNER,
E. J. Johnson, Makoti Geo. Lutz,
Jamestown W. H. Emmond, Grand
Forks L. C. Collins, Hunter Mrs. W.
A. Mclntyre, Langdon ,T. H. Gale,
Hunter W. H. Benson, St. Johns J.
D. Healow, Bismarck E. C. Bowen,
Bottineau I. E. Hansen. Bismarck
Otto O. Uhlhoyn, Lisbon H. D. Rob
ertson, Grandin H. Muyssen, Grand
Forks.
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THBS WALDORF,
Ole Martinson, Blabon R. D. Smith
and wife, Oriska N. P. Reed, Beach
W. C. Schulz, Ed. Hoverson, Beach: W.
J. Robinson, Wahpeton H. M. Gay,
Minot F. G. Lundstrom, Kindred
Paul E. Featherstone, Valley City Ole
N. Eide, McHenry J. Willard, La
Moure M. O. Simenstad. Devils Lake
E. E. Enge, Mott D. Coutts, Belfleld
Geo. B. Farrell, Bismarck.
THE PRESCOTT*
Fred Kuehl, Mandan W. C. Cole,
Cool Harbor O. L. Swanson, T. G.
Sloan, Cleveland P. F. Satterlee,
Litchvillc A. V. Heglund, Valley Citv
Mrs. Martha Morris, Galesburg A. A.
Walter, Galesburg G. M. Joove, Ypsi
lanti J. F. McCready, Grand Forks.
THE ANNEX.
J. M. Halland, Grand Forks Arthur
Ilsvoog and wife, Binford Henry h.
McDougall, Pembina O. S. Rondeau,
Mayville H. F. Nulting, Erie Mrs.
Schroeder, Valley City Mrs. H. G. Vick,
Cavalier D. W. Hutterstrom, Clifford
EVERYBODY
E: LETOfSKY
Special Sale
Apples—all kinds, per 'box $1.45 & $1.60
Per peck 40c
Oranges, fine ones, per dozen
...» 150, 25c and 30c
Per peck. ...45c
Per box .$2.50
Orape fruit, 3 for
.v.... -',....... 2oc
Grocery Special
Sugar—20 pounds for
Soap—8 bars ^or .....,
Sweet Corn—per can
Tomatoes—per can
Salmon—per pound can ....i.
E. C. Corn Flakes—per box1 ..
Dairy butte»r—per pound ..,..
Eggs—strictly fresh, per doSen
SI' iJif'Di
FARGO'S GREATEST STOHfi»
fT
The Daylight Bargain Basement Store
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HH Silt €323"
IN deLCINDRECIE'S
Stete4 Store
CLOTHES BASKETS
Oit« of the finest willow baskets on
tlie market medium size sell at
$1.50, Friday
bargain
l.iif
ELECTRIC LAMPS
14 inch shade in green or amber
glass brass base these lamps .sell
at $5.95, Friday
bargain
*5p
w+w
i'THtC0ff.miAWv
1^ Ij AORCRV v.' CHAJfBEWL
Btel
BOOKS
iSxtra special—all of our popular
reprints, copyrights. These books
are never sold at less than 50c,
Friday bargain,
choice
3Sc
BOILERS! BOILERS!
Size 9 tin boiler, copper bottom
stiff handles this boiler sells nt
$1.50, Friday
bargain
.1.1®
WIRE CLOTHES LINES
Galvanized wire clothes lines—the
kind you can leave up all the time
sell at 25c, Friday
bargain l«fU
Frank James. Valley City Louid Wlui
field, Vailey City John J. Nelson, C. M.
Vvilson, Elmer Anderson, ClifTora.
THE METROPOLIS.
A. Monelaws, Absaraka G. Lunell
and wife. Harlow Geo. C. Rust, Marion
P. B. Rognlie and boy, Esmond N. J.
Nelson, Dazey Oliver Berg. Grand
Forks Fred Guseck, Carrlngton Nels
Jahren Mohall J. M. Kelly, Devils
Lake M. J. Eller, Rock Lake O. L.
Hilch, Ray Chas. Ewalt, New Rock
ford John Vallely, Grand Forks
THE ELLIOTT.
Allen K. Boyd, McHenry C. Stev
ens, Hatton G. E. Cue. Milnor G.
H. Aim, Binford Clara Hanson, Bin
ford Edw. Lange, Embden S. Need
ham, Amenia J. H. George, Streeter
J. K. Harney, W. F. Harney, Brins
made.
THE WEBSTER.
J. K. Morrison. Devils Lake G. E
Johnston, Jamestown: E. J. Beri?
Hillsboro A. Assel, Valley City Elmer
A. Jonas, Dickinson R. w. Peterson
Larimore G, M. Myhra, Davenport.
RnttUnsr the Skeleton,
Cleveland Plain Dealer: "I suppose
that like the general run of eminent
authors he left very little property"
"He left no money, but his executor
has found among his papers the warm
est bunch of love letters, originals and
copies, that the literary world has seen
for many years! There is a fortune
in them."
"Love letters! To his wife?"
"Good gracious, no!"
Get the Other Fellow's Viewpoint.
Jewell county, Kansas, Republican:
the high
When a man complains of
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In gray enamel ware large sizo
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White and gold English bone
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Friday
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3 to 4 p. m.
O'Ceder Mops—None better. One $1.50
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The latest in a can and
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Brass wash boards—large size that
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Sinrao™ invested in the business
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and
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