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OAKES REPUBLICAN
Official Paper of City and County.
OAKES, N. D., OCT. 4, 1889.
Oakes and Yieinity.
Oakes polled 171 rotes.
Square corner gangs at Gorder's.
W. W. Good's new barn is a
daisy.
Take the Soo Line to the Expo
sition.
Day board at Mrs. Galviu's $3.50
per week.
A fine suite of rooms for rent
Roberta block.
If you want a fine shoe go to A.
Anderson & Co.
The best shoe in the world at A.
Andersoii & Co's.
One fare for the round trip to the
Exposition via the Soo Line.
Last week the sidewalk in front
of Roberts & Co. was all STOVE up.
Swan Bros, are on the ground
ready to commence the artesian well.
Finest cigars in town sold at
HOWLAND & GOODRICH'S.
Mr. Boehmler entertained Judge
Bartholomew while in the citj last
week.
Rev. Hooke is away this week at
tending A meeting of the Presbyter
ian synod,
Try a pair of the celebrated Brad
ley & Metcalf shoes. For salo by A.
Anderson & Co.
Benj. Butler, our fellow-towns
man, has been wrestling with sick
ness this week.
The election was a spirited con
tost but passed off pleasantly and
quietly in this city.
Flour delivered to any part of the
city free of charge. Leave your
order during the forenoon.
rK4?0!:x
SCOTT & ROOT.
I have just received a carload of
furniture. Call and s-'e. tin before
i-.'siiwlsere.
^:SBUEW BERG.
VivUi!l Bros, have the contract
for W. F. Can field's new house,
which will be elegant in its design
Jind finish.
Mr. Judevine has moved to the
"WHV'buvn-Addition from his farm
to give hischildern the advantages of
w.r excellent schools.
Ed. Winhold, our willowy and
graceful, good-natured jeweler, has
gone out of the betting business.
Rn
does'iit believe it's right.
Judge Buxton returned home
Tuesday, accompanied by his wife
and child. They will reside in J.
W. Crandall's house on Sixth St.
Mr. A. P. Bunce and family re
•'.'.:r-.ii-d Tuesday morning from Miu-
Vijon: they report having
nvr.k srjsicF'-' P'mv daf*' visit
hip
ui-t'h A?'.. a-.(Hid­
ing bell for the school house waa
placed ic.
i'no
belfry, Tuesday, and
was rung to herald the advent of
statehood.
A young people's party was given
at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Boehm
ler, Tuesday evening, in honor of
Rev. F. J. Giddings, who leaves soon
for conference.
Louis Seaberg's new house is
about completed and it is one of the
neatestand most substantial in the
city. Messrs. Dixon Hutchinson
have been doing excellent work this
season and this is some of their best.
One young man an so taken
with the lecture Suuday evening)
that it* his haste to swell the con
tribution he gave, a two dollar arnl a
.half gold piece instead of a penny.
Me is two forty-nine out nut! yet
will receive credit in the "final reck
oning" for but one cent.
Capt. L. hi Davis is doing an ar
tistic job of painting on J. F. Mc
'V-u i!i v's fine residence. The. deli-
i:iA .••inn mio't•
-c
vvovii «if i.i. puinlor fiivc he
.^1oguiii-s is
WK»ri,r..«s.
gWIHWHWlMINIMI
II—_
A SNAP.
Send 30c for a sample pinless
clothes line. Only line ever invent
ed to hold clothes without pins.
We want agents to handle the same.
Big money guaranteed. Territory
Minnesota, North and South Da
kota for sale. Apply for terms to
MARTIN, SMITH & Co..
EDITOR or THE REPUBLICAN:
Please announce in the columns of
your valuable paper that we nre sole
iigents fur St. Patrick's Pills, the most
perfect cathartic mid liver pills in the
maikul. They not only physic, but
cleanse the whole system purify the
blood and regulate the liver and bow
els they
arc
Why embitter life by dragging around
with lame back, diseased kidneys
•dropsical swellings, female weakness
nervous debility, heart disease and
rheumatic complaints, when Dr. Ten
ner's Kidney and Backache cure will so
quickly cure? liev. A.J. Merchant
Presiding KMer, writes: "It gave nie
almost instant and entirely permanent
relief." Superior to all known meilt
cines in these diseases. Tor sale by
A, P. Sloeum.
Rich food, and lack of exercise, dur
ing the winter months, causes the sys
tem to become torpid and the blood
impure. A dose or two of St. Patrick's
Pills will cleanse and invigorate the
system, purify the blood and do more
good than a dollar bottle of blood pur
ifier. Sold by S. 11. Groshong & Co.
North Star J.uiigand Throat Balsam
is sure cme for Coughs and Colds,
Knowlton's Horse Liniment is 'boss."
Kuowltons Stock Fattener saves jq
tliQ feed. For sale by A. P. Sloeum.
Dizziness, nausea, drowsiness dis
tress after eating, can be cured and
prevented by taking Dr. J. II. A!
Lean's Liver and Kidney Pilleta
(littU pills.)
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet
breath secuied, by Shiloh's Catarrh
remedy. Price 60 cents. Nasal
Injector free. For sale by,
For lame back, side or chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25
cents. For sale by A. P. Slocum.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tin BICST SALVE in the world for
ruts. Bruises. Sutra, Ulcers,Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
chilblains, Corne, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
i)B1-feet, satisfaction, or money refund
,,(1 Price 25 cunts per box, For sale
itl
'the Postoflice Drug Store
Th«
upnal price for the
Oliver Twist,
American Notes,
Dombey Si Son,
lartln Chuzzlewlt,
ur Mutual Friend,
.hrletmas Stortes,
Tale of Two Cities,
r,
'5 -.I• a ijJO-ir:!ll V. r'ap( 1-I.
i? an cVr.. in L:is li)5r. it »v• JIU' iu'wiJ
•"ili l» jveil lit Ci'iil/S P^i 1 I
„v, lii'/u.n I: '.V-'
AliiHdfi
"i
:v
Grand Forks, Dak.
Minneapolis Exposition.
The Chicago & North-Western
Railway Company will, on stated
dates, sell Excursion tickets to
Minneapolis and return, on account
of the Exposition, at half rates, or
one fare for the round trip. For
particulars apply to Agents of the
Chicago & North-Western Railway
Compan. w4-S-28
vigorous but geiUlo ill
their action and can always be depend
ed upon. For sale by S. II, Groshong
& Go.
Any man wh- has struck his finger
nail with a hammer "knows how it is
himself," and if lie tries it he will know
that the best thing for it is I)r Ten
ner's Golden Kelief, It is also the best
thine for diarrhoea, pain in stomach,
burns, flesh cuts, neuralgia and rehu
matisin. Quickly cures all pain,swell
ing, and stomach and bowel difficulties.
Worth its weight in gold. For Bale
by A P. Slocum.
A. P. SLOCUM.
Sleepless Nights, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's
Cure is the Remedy for you. Foi
sale by A. P. Slocum.
That hacking cough can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's cure. We
guarantee it. At A. P. Slocum's.
CHARLES DICKENS' WORKS.
Cfcf*P*ct
The Batlre 10 Tolomes will 1+ sent Free of Express or Dsllvsrr Charges for Only
•2.00, wbich Inolade* 9 Year's Sabucriptloa fli The
3t* P»al Weekly Globe.
ard Times,
icholas Nlokleby,
sprinted Pieces,
Bleak House,
fttle Dorrit,
Ickwlck Papers,
avid Copperfield,
TIXAS OARXITT "WA."S" TO TSIIS SET
tbi« low prtr. !a to fuitaoiito to tbe GI.01JE. Itnan lie ebtalnM in no other way. It is not fbr sale by
Voptcaetlers or HewiMlwalera. AJ1 wlio .iibM-nii*- to tbe GLORK COIIRF^tian with tin set of l&'volauiea of
tKukeas mil rwCtatre tberu Tree of cliur^e. THIAinquite ait tai|«IrlBnt iteui.
NOT CHEAP, TRASHY BOOKS 1
These Ifi Tolum*R HP#» Mch about 5x7K inch« In size and of nnttorm thtckuevn. The prlntln* Is
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DO YOU WANT THIS SET?
Send in your Order at Onoe.
If you delay and get left don't bVim* anyone bnt yonraeli.
It is tt»6 greatest bargain evei* ottered.
THE ST. PAUL WEEKLY GLOBE OIK Year and Dickens' Complete Works (15 Vols, of 5,200 pages) for $2.00
THF ?T. ^Alll. WFFm GLOBE One Y'iar and Walter Scott's Works l\2 Vols, of 5j500 pages) fsr $2.00
Or stow Sots of I3c.:s V.jii, ncsriy ,« Jr i^' nn»! THF of.PAUL WEEKLY GLOBE 2yrs, for$3.00
'IHI Sf. PAUL SliNfrAY 61 OOF. One- \xkv Sot ot $2,50
'^rrr^yi
Cholera in Michigan.
Dr.F. D. Larke ,of Rogers City
Michigan, says the epidemic of las
year in Presque Isle county, in which
s» many persons lost their lives, was
choleric dysentery instead of cholera
as first reported. He used Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and says it succeeded, where
all other remedies failed. Not a single
case was lost in which it was used.
This Remedy is Uie most reliable and
most successful medicine known for
colic, cholera morbus, dysentery, diar
rhoea and bloody tlux. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by S. II. Groshong &
Co.
There was a terrible epidemic of
dysentery and bloody flux in Pope
county, Illinois, last summer. As
many as five deaths occurred in one
day. Messrs. Walter Bros., of Walters
burg, sold over 380 bottles of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy during this epidemic andsav
they neyer heard of its failing in any
case when the directions were followed.
It was the only medicine used that did
cure the worst cases. Many persons
were cured by it after the doctors had
given them up. 25 and 50 cent bottles
for sale by S, II. Groshong & Co
A person is seldom sick, when tlieir
bowels are regular and neyer well
when they are irregular. Bear this in
mind and keep your bowels regularby
an oecasional dose of St. Patrick's Pills
Sold by S. H. Grosliong & Co.
Commercial Hotel
OAKES, 1AK.
E. C. SHELT0N, Proprietor.
Newly Refitted and Refurnished.
Terms, $1.00 Per Day.
Two Dollar Accommodations for
$1.00 Everything strictly First
class. Day Board, $4.00 per week.
1
Wfttcb hi ttoe work!.
noted. H*ary
UuMfop CftMf. lutfa ladta'
poli'iiiM, wltfa work*
cim «f cqul value.
VBI Perton la «tcfc lo
togeffc«r wtth o«r laifa Md ral
cable Hoe of HouieheM
KunplH* Tbaw MnpUt,
wall
tfes
-•'Blther Itching: or Bleedlnff,
TTIIOBUATIONB, Cnrs.WOUNDS, BRUISES,POT
Bosra, BITESof IHSBCTS.CATABIUI, IIMUUNID
6OBB
BTia.CNTLIILAINS,CHAPS and CHARS.
It tnitanOu relieve*
(he pain
IB HANDSOME VOLUMES AND
vji-Trz* wjsjmcx.Tr »I«BB COTXI TTB-a-xa posa
Owin« tbe present Iftw
w« ar« «named to oAt
Mt of
Xteftens*
Kevcls
ba^i
heretofors been
of Burnt cmt
Sealdi,
and eur« the worst case tettluwt a (oar«
,. BmallboxesUo. Large bozesSOo..^
loo. It is unequaled for use In bard water,
and Its absolute purity and delicate per
fume makes it a positive luxury for the
bath and nursery.
Cautions- The labels on the genuine are
Biook and Ou letters Green. Prepared only
byj. W. Cole & Co.. Blaok BlverTalto. Wis.
Bold by Druggists and Dealers In Medicine.
tut
MCoeof photic paper tai a Very U*f» contact with a Wading book manafeetaver,
«w readers tbe toosl extraoriinarj barfaialn food Uteracure ever beard of.
OVBB e,200 PAO-BS OP I4E!A.X)I3SrC3- M-A-TTEJIi
Ar« oomprla*d in this Set of Dlckena.
VWTBBN HANDSOMELY MADS, CONVBNIBNT'BIZBO BOOXT8,
ONLY S2.00,
IncNidtnff a year'e rabefrlption to tbe raluable ST. PAUL WEEKLY CTLOBE. Dickent1 Works are the
fiaoet wlaely read of any noteU prilled In aoy laofirage. The populadtj of frtakehs Is evtr increasing, aud
eterjr person Should o%h a full set of his works.
Barnaby Rudge,
Old Curiosity Shop,
Great Expectations,
Sketches by Boz,
Uncommercial Traveler,
Mystery of Edwin Drood.
T'u» O'.ts*: .•* fiii- i.uc wt' ,'
THE GLOBE, ST. PAUL, MINN*
VJ!
4*
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wmtota, und
VretMMdaftertfcftmwetbeee
b«M
yon bare kdpft
fat 9 momtb*
wbe
ma? hare called,
ao* ebow» to
tber
feeeome jrour own proper
whe write at oaee can be a are ef reeehrtac the
ttie place to go foi« Paints, Wall Paper, &&.
Adoreee
E N N O A W A W 3
Tfee remedy bj pV
Or baring SO year*' r»r
otal, iv«d private,
tronilnp fetrtUe ki
uetod rnoirtkly
Buuowtf fry o^or
j:ouug married or fit CKMI*.
Quarfwifru^j wxfo, nlway*
tual take no BiiNetituta
IARA, EVRNA OUK«IOAL COV DSTH&I MIOU.
arJ
The Great 8kin Remedy
Believes and Cures
I tellings and Irritations of the Skin
a S a
el*tr
M.&P.R.R.
The popular Line
THROUGH
The Wheat Eields
or
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AND
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Stiles
Ligerwooil, Kuu&om, Forman aud Oakes, Dakota.
F. D, UNDERWOOD, JKO. G. TAYLOR
General Manng-cr. GenM Pass. A Tkt. A«t
Wasliimjtou and 1st Avenue South
Minneapolis.
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RAILROAD.
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Saint Paul,
Minneapolis,
Or Duluth,
And all Points in
MluucHotH. Dakota, Montaut, Idaho, Washing
ton Ter'y., Oregon.
British Columbia, Piitfet Bound and
Alaska.
Exprttfs Trnins Daily to which nr* attached
Pullman Palacc $lcep«i fl
A N
Klegaut Diiilrg Care, no chftn*o of rar« betweeu
St. Paul and Portland, ou auy c!a«n ticket, Emi
grant Sleepers KKKK.
THK ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO THIS
Yellowstone Park.
For full information
as to
Timo, Kates, Etc.
AcUlreea,
CHARLES S. FEE,
General PusKnager Agent, St. Paul, Bllnn
West Hotel!
DAN'L. LYNCH, Proprietor.
Reasonable Rates.
OAKES, DAKOTA.
MINNEAPOLIS
AND
St. Louis Railway
AKU Tllli FAMOUS
"Albert Lea Eoute.5'
Two Through Trains Daily
l-KOM ST. PAUL A*d MINUBArOLIS To
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WlTlIOI CUANOII, COWXRUTINO WITH TBB PAST
TllAINS OF A 1.1. LINBfl POR TUX
East and Southeast
T!IP MKKCT iiiKl ONIA' LIMC
running TOllOUGH OAKS be
tween M1NNKAPOLIS aiil
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VIA
tor
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thorn. $1 por box wc»tro:»
nftUod*. Address with rtainp for soaled pnrUcu-
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Short Line to Watcrtown, Dak
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And the Principal Cltif.a in tho MIRSTSSIPRR
AXD
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Cloeo connections inario In Union Depot with
all trains of the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani
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Mlnnr»v]olia, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Rail*
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Lumber, Lath & Siiingle
Sash, Doors, Paper, Etc., Etc.
ALSO
Lime, Cement, Hair, Brick,
also Mouldings and Fin
ishing Lumber.
JOHN F. HOELZLE,
A Good Fit
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mail to jonr address a copy of Leslie'* Home Journal and continue
to do so far one year.
60
TAILOR!
Oakes, N. Dak.
TTUARANTEOD!
hayo come
C. A. 1IAKKR, T. F. MARSHALL,
Vioi» President.
In crtar ttiat may tucnra lOO.OOO Btftscrtbem to Bomii Jonrnal a» Boon as pc«n)le,wB have te
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)ffe. SBKI Sl.OOfor two
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