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._, _. of this oounty re th* city Ot oOMr daywttfc *,«»r «t boose captured near the sT I $ i't ADVERTISEMENT. ADVERTISEMENT.} yootk. boy Favorite Pawmi|itiea is a Itmakwthan toaKhj an lib ffreU. is a womaafe pho paina. wegetaUe and ffly it fw trial package Qthera araafcfuiiah. iMMm tkialriqg tkey fool the world abort tbair aga. Bat~n» oaafedaoeired, Xha y* tiy tofcede yoor age, the m«ee* Aeee. but fine tbuf ttaal taoie far Some vomen (3T1! "GUTS THAT LAST FOR OCTOBER BRIDES We suggest below just a few articles from oar stock irUdt we know to be popular and appreciated wedding gifta All priced moderately. SILVER KKTVES, FORKS, SPOONS Fancy pieces, eta, of new'and staple patterns.. SCGAR AND OREAlffiR Many new patterns in Shef field Plate" covering a large va riety of sugar-and-crenmerst P. Girard (SI 8 North Fourth Street 'S 1 (f-ixv V' tt* night 'MA'ikM or- «W4 to Sop tfce'drti**' ripped the throttle anA tried to make his getaway. Hl§h power rUln were brought into play, and when the radi lator «n punctured the men aban doned the car and«capedln the darkness. '. 8k§ to atxalled "Baas* Wii «w belief •ftanresMts 1 to hida her TiiTi BOOM women that hold* old afi back, nd (bt la wMkaaaa briag old afs oarfj a tth Dt keeps ttoa looking yauf by kaapif aMBerraaa, Assy and who have backache ami fcgginc tam •Veil iw ameek fit SSanafa IwRita PiwfiptHB ie altogether now. In tablet or without paxtkla of aleahol It is liquid foot of tha Buffaht tatdota to them the fail, tha deUMh ana those took it yean ago aod have frit young and safe at all DE. Kam?i K. Y. f':• to take, draggista, ar send 10c Invalids' Hotel in BREAD TRAT8 SUrer Bread Trays in many sizes and patterned unusually distinctive. SILVER CARVING "ThtGold Standard of \Une" Company. •. (Chaaaa) fm 'Awk'jr.C.'' atn A large display of the new and staple patterns In SiMer or 9ag handle earring sets, "both two-axul-three ptonne, SorL JEWELERS Grand Porks, N. D. R-E-O The Reo Motor Car Company-announces that there will be no reduction in the prices of Reo Passenger Cars anckSpeed wagons. Reo products of today are up to "the GokfStandardof Value" Your examinatroit of Reo products would prove absolutely to your entire satisfaction. Reo PassengerCacs^aad Speedwi'gena r. .$2780- Tooriiig F. Q. E. Factory: "YouCan Do lt WUh a Reo" if 7i Ufai ^Rto&ri?ORR8"HERALD, O'CONNOR RAPS LEAGUE HEADS, DESPOTIC RUIE Shows# Up Campaign Of Misrepresentations Made By Townley Press (Special to BW-HMIU.) Bismarck, N. Z.. Oct 6.—J. P. T. O'Connor, fusion ticket candidate for governor, to^d'a big audience in Bis marck auditorium last night how, the leaders of the Nonpartisan league are fastening on the state distatonhip that rivals old the Czar regime in Russia. "Every man who takes an independ ent stand in opposition to the league leaders must be destroyed, they have decreed," Mr. O'Coqnor said. "Every farmer who comes to Bismarck in the legislature finds bills he cannot vote because they are not tor the best Interests of people, but he must vote for them if leaders want htm to or he must be driven from the state." The. speaker read from issues of the ^Capital News", published by the league during the legislature* to prove his statements. "I say to you they shall not drive a single farmer from this state be cause of bis political convictions," he declared. Be pointed to the broken promises of league leaders, which he observed during his speeches in legislation. Townley Press Denounced. Particularly did he denounce the misrepresentations In the league news papers, he told of having been In Minpt after the legislature session and when he arrived in Grand Forks he found the American had printed an interview with him as if given in Grand Forks. A correction was refused. He told of the Courier News having printed a speech which it said he had delivered in the House of Representa tives when he had made no speech, and how the Courier News reporter admitted it was false, bat' no correc tion was made. New Fordville Elevator Is Finest In Vicinity Fordvtlle, N. D„ Oct. (.—The Ford ville Co-operative Mttfcttiig associa tion has-bultt and equipped one of the finest eieeators-here that-can'b© found in this section of the stale, and in connection with the elevatoi the-ttrm will operate-the-flour mill. MANY BANK JOBS NOT ENOUGH HELP 'Northern bankers are hiring our Vudents before thei trie's dry on their diplomas," said P. Watkms, Pres., Dakota Business College, Fargo N. D. "Recently die-Fine National Bank, Tutde, N. D., needed help' urgent]?. Wo tent Miss M. Ufer before her course «?as quite oonpletB...-.The--Fine NstionalBsnk of Wihan-ataxted-our Mr. L. E. Massey with *110." About 700 banks in lour employ D. B. C. graduates. 1000 pupils needed to fill year's openings. "Follow the £qc •eftffuL" Write F. L. Watkins, Pres., 806 Front St.., Faigo, N. ait OwlEquipped. r: "Mm»* $ yfy*' vsh v.'' V- I r, DIXON REO COMPANY 'm NiMilnwiUiiiyaetBigy P^nifbuiwii ^vot' J.$1850 ...$1860 ...$1385 '99 Northwestern News •is •fmr'ijK Jt- iL* J, Phone 711' Ms- 1 Old Newspapr Tellingi¥'v 01 Grant's Victory At Vicksburg Is Stolen Wabpeton, X. D., Oct 5.— Theft seems respouslbie for the disappearance from the- woman's building at die Richland county fair, or old newspaper. dvll war relio, which tells of the siege of TKtabaqi and Grant's entry. Tuo old newspaper Is of little worth eeuept to the former poooco soais who HtHiin a sentimental value to It. The newspaper was seouced, and preserved by an unde ot Mrs. W. E. PUMBII, he HAVING served with Geantfs forces at Uie time THEY entered ViCksbwqg on J^LY S, The shoet was printed on wall Paper, every other klnid being ex hausted *1"- nc the long rrtc(i While stating that for various reasons it would be n» last issue of the paper, the editor-rcgcrioes that the days of «mi starvation were over—the days of mule meat and mice mrnt paper throws a good deal of light upon the wonderful brav ery and endurance of the SDWh erners and the hardships they were willing to undergo In sup port of their "awm, Learns That General Sibley Camped Near' Jamestown In 1863 Jamestown, N. P, Oet. 5.—Xn- veetigaUone of Dana Wright of vMUMtown who IIM glfca mifh study to General SBbiqy's cam paigns in this state, l«w ,! .I J! Ieeds, of the city. News Items dmOnter. estlng glimpses of the life off the city under siege condtttons. The editorials tureathe the mh»*h spirit of the south. (tee item ridiculed Grant's boast that he would eat his IVmrth of JTuly in Vicks burg, this bedng written for pub iKatlon on July a. However, an extra" at the. bottom ot the page, eyidently prepared after the vest of the paper had been put in type, c)ves the news Of the sur render of the city, and admits Grant making good hla boast. Jim established that one of the gen the head of IMS. eral's camps was Anmnod lake in July. While at St. tad, the veooads of Hlstortral society, lb. Wright found an tntiareattiM nap mid diary at a soldier who ao companled General abler in his march aactass North Mtta In IMS. The Map dhowedoo? S?" the oamps made on that maidi was Just north of the oomty Una near the head of Aroowood lake. The WMWI was the Hawk's Nvt, aad the other and oaly in atats mn comity was near what Is now the Gerber farm. FoDowtac this camp the «spe dUtion ensued into what is now Kidder oounty and had the en gagement with the on the battWleid north of. Twpea which is marked by a monument. SUMey's expedition consisted of shout 1,400 men and the npp near Aisuwood was on July 20, taes. GREAT NORTHERN CONDUCTOR KILLED WmiBton, N. D., Oct 5.—N. ©. Bwwnisy, 40, conductor on the Great Northern between dty aad Minot, ^s killed near Palermo while walk ing on the track near the railway station. Brownley's train hndi taken the sMfeag to let Ne. 2 pum al though-the whistle UerMw -apparently paid no heed* Mr. Bnowideyfs wife died a few years ago and his only sister more rSqentty. He was soon to he married to a lady from Northlleld, Minn., whe teaches-in the sdwhtt AnOen. RAD LIQUOR KILLS TWO MENJN^SZAIE rwwun s, oat KMNU Kohn oftCMumbua, N. TX. wawrfo dead on eoach near Ikeee, vao- «rtr' dently as a result of drinktegAoon shbte whiskey. John Fahear* of ITsnt'.. It found dead «t about the-* same Wm. at A branfffnTty A fine grained moist loaf aaswse^w a^^aoa A ddiciousand satisfying flavor Is this the bread yon.fifcy?. JrKJ,Y tr 1 1 O. ff* y- i-'. :•(%&It jr. -/iMf %. ah *r-t jJ?t You Get— •SgVt'W^hf V. HETTINGER PASTOR MOVES TO LEEDS N. D„ Oet' 5.—The Rev. David T. Jenkins, now of Hettinger, has Mepted a call to the Community church here and will take lip his pas toral duties immediately. Rev. Jenk ins comes to Leeds highly recom mended as a scholar and speaker. EPISCOPAL SYNOD ELECTS OFFICERS -.m FOR NORTHWEST Davenport, la Oct 6.—The follow ing officers have'been elected by the Episcopal provincial synod of the northwest, now in session here: President—Bishop Harry 8. Long ley, Des Moines. Secretary—Rev. K. A. Nlckebocker, Red Wing, Minn. Treasurer—F. W. Paine, Dulnth. Minn. Council of Nine—Bishop Hugh,Bur- Not merely a soldering Job here but skilled servUw that, means perfect heat radiation— -result, a motor _that performs best economically. Save bearings and motor by having your radiator in Ar-1 con dition. EQUIP TOUR GAR WITH OUR FREEZE-PR00F RADIATOR We are exclusive agents for the famous S. J. C0PPERC0RE LONG'S Auto Radiator Shop 5M DeMers Phone US Grand Forks f- leson. South Dakota Bishop ttvinf D. Johnson of Colowdo, Bishop Fabar of Montana Pj-..^bsrt Duluth Rev. Stanley KUbourn^jUP neapolis Rev. Thonw^OyW Omaha: John S. Frame. Fargo, N. F. C. Burrgeal, Laramie, Wyoming. H. E. Drummond, Kearney, Nebrasto- Court of Review—Btahop A. 1Mc El wain of Minnesota Very ADVEKTISBMBMT• FOR Colds, Coaghs *OUX« NBW SPECIAL-SIX Touring $1750 SPECIAL-SIX Two-Passenger Roadster 1750 SPECIAL-SIX Four-Passenger Roadster 1750 SPECIAL-SIX Coupe ... 2650 SPECIAL-SIX Sedan 2750 BIG-SIX Touring 2150 All Prices F. Q. B. Detroit Thepe newpdeermake Stud». N. D. Nebr Mont if we.onoM tmljr bui Kill That Co Id With Grand Forks County Farm.Loans We offer for sale the following loans all witli exceptional security: No. 6093 $3500 Secured by 160 acres, all under cultivation 4 milea from market This farm is in a good neighborhood. S miles from Red River. Value of land, $10,000. No. 6107 $4000 Secured by 160 acres 110 under cultivation balance in pasture and timber along Turtle River. Stt miles from market Farmed by the owner. Small- set at buildings. Value of land, $11,000. No. 0102 $4500 Secured by 267 acres it* aoraa under coHMtton TnTanoe In pasture and timber, along Bed River. One mile from good town. This is the home plaoaof the bcceewes. Wo* of land, $14,000. Other Loans From $1000 Up The F. S. Sargent Company Established 1897 S14 fleuuallf Grand Forks, North Dakota W. H. Shulse, President A. Hunter, Vice C. W. Rosa, Treas. and Mgr. New Prices of STUDEBAKER CARS Effective September 28th ^perfectly [erald. advsrtisb AND La Grippe Neglected Colda are Dangerona Taks no chsnesa. Ksep this standard tsmsdy hsndy for the Sist annaa Braaka up a cold in 24 hours—. Grippe in 3 days—EseeUsnt for Headaebs Quinine In this form does not .fleet the hsad-Cssosm best Tonie Laxative—No Opiate in Hill's.<p></p>DRUGGISTS ALL SELL IT 8850 mm'* Him $ 6% 6% i' 2ss vf^" il l*&i.