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ARGUSVILLE, N. D. HARWOOD, N. D. MAPLETON, N. D. HORACE, N. D. LEONARD, N. D. SHELDON, N. D. 1 Dr. H. L. StarllB^i Daalftal „pfflce: Room .j. do Lendrecio Rlock, Corner Frout unci 7th Streets So., Fargo. Frenette SL BricKer Dentists "•JO Irtatway, avtr Chritt antsn's Dra« Start JAMES W- VIOAL, M. O. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon 416 Eighth St. So,, Fargo. N. D. l-iOflice Hours: From 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. Prirata Hovpital. DR. CHRISTIANSEN, —DENTIST— Third Floor, Edwards Building. Fargo. M. WHEELER. DR. CARPENTER. Physicians and Surgeons. Office, Edwards Buildiug. Fargo, N. D. AUOEN UND OHBEN KRANHEITEN OOON SCHOR SJUKDOMEB DR. BEAUDOUX SPECIALIST BYB, EAR, ROSE AND THROAT Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5. Oyer Elliott Hotel. Fargo, N. D. Practice limited to diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Stern Block, over Fout & Porterfleld's Drug Store. Dr. H«1*b doLandraci* Dr. Ed«ard E. Baaya Osteopathic Physicians All curable diseases, acute or chronic, successfully treated without drugs. Osteopathic Building, 101 Eighth St. So. Telephone 853. Fargo, N. D. ADIEU tl toll will make your soiled party gown as good as new. Let us send for it. We guarantee satis faction. &/>e Pantorium, Phone 658. 107 Broadway. lr. O. Rockwell, Mgr. CALL 15 FOR HACKS or COUPES Established 1673. Incorporated 1899. porcelain specialty over Herbst Department DR. F. H. BAILEY DR. C. KACHELMACHER Day or Night. Jeff Young & Co. Baggage Delivered at All Hoars HEAVY WORK HQRSES rOR 5ALC Stay head from Morton County. Weight from noo to 1500. Dr* Holcomb, WlBhington House Feed and Sale Stable DON-T BE FOOLED A Genuine ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA la put up in white packages, manufactured exclusively by the Madison Medicine Co., Madison. Wis. Sells at 35 cents a I package. All others are rank imitations substitutes, don't risk your health by (and taking them THBGENUINE makes sick people Well, Keeps you Well. All Honest healers tell the Gcuuiue. i HOLLISTER DRUG CO, Madison, Wit VIENNA BAKERY goods are the best. With Macaroni Bread in your pantry and our Cakes in your hand —you are sure to live on the best in the land. Goods Delivered. ft. PETERSON. I WHITE LUMBER CO. laid up Capital and Surplus* $150,000.00 GENERAL OFFICE, AT rARGO»RCTAIL YARtl AT BUTTZVILLE, N. D. LISEON, N. D. DWIGHT, N. D. WILD RICE, N. D. HICKSON/N. D. WAHPETON, N. D. FARMINGTON, N. D. Dr. F. E. Ball. Dr. J. L. Graves E N I S Orders taken at the Oeneral Office in Fargo for all of the above yards. 8 to 12, Smith Block. Telephom 34W L. M0ORETCT1, N. D. BARNEY. N. D. PERLCY, MINN. GEORGETOWN, MINN ELMER, MINN. COMSTOCK, MINN. WOLVERTON, MINN. AND DAILY REPUBLICAN. THE FORUM PRINTING CO, A. W. Edwards. Editor. H. C. Plumley, Manager. VOLUME XXVI, No. 217. Entered at Postofflce as Becond class matter The Fargo Forum and Ifepublican Is pub lished every evenlug except Sunday in the Loyal Knights Temple, First Avenue North, Fargo, N. D. Subscription—The Fargo Forum and Daily Republican, by carrier^ 15c per week, or 40c per month, in advance $5 per year. The Fargo Forum nnd Weekly Republican fl per yen.'. The Fnrgo Forum and Satur day Republican, ?2 per year. Single copies 5c. Subscribers will flndf the date to which they have paid, printed opposite their uaines on tliolr address slips. Address all communications to The Po rnra, Fargo, N. D. FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1903. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CASS COUNTY. FORUM TELEPHONE CALLS. Business Office 504L Composing Room 50491 Editorial Room 639L Local Reporters and News Room.... 639M FARGO TIME TABLB. Trains Arrive. N. P.—From east, 5:15 p. m. 5:40 a. m. 6 p. m. N. P.—From west, 7:00 a. m., 9:25 p. m, 10:55 p. m. F. & S. W.—From west, 7:05 p, m. (J., M. & St. P.—From south, 11:50 a. m. and 6:00 p. in. Q. N.—From east. 5:10 a. m., 5:45, 7:35 p. ni., 5:-0 p. m'. G. N.—From west, 3:44, 10:32 p. m., 8:40 a. m. Moorhead Northern arrives 10:15 p. m. Trains Depart. N. P.—Going east, 7:10, 8:00 a. m., 9:40 and 11:10 p. m. N. I'.—Going west, 6:00, 7:80 a. m., 5:25 p. m. F. k S. W.—Goingwest, 8:30 a. m. o., M. & St. P.—Going south, 7:00 a. m. and 7:40 p. m. G. N.—Going oast, 3:44, 7:30 a. m., 8:40 a. m., 10:30 p. m. G. N.—Going west, 5:10 a. m. and 5:45 p. in., 5:20 p. m. Moorhe&d Northern departs G:00 a. m. W Business men all over the state have taken hold so nicely that a large and representative tody will be pres ent at Bismarck Oct. 20-21 With all the enthusiasm in behalf of education in North Dakota it would seem that common school teachers ought to command larger renumeration than servant girls. While it is necessary to ads to secure servant girls at $20 per month it is not strange that schools of fering $35 and $40 per month complain of difficulty in finding teachers. Chicago is noted for dirty streets, smoky atmosphere and apparent disre gard for artistic beauty but official re ports show that her death rate is the lowest of any great city in the world. Secret service officers are rounding up cranks attempting to interview the president at the White House with alarming frequency. Such cranks can't be turned down too quickly or forci bly. •*. Having 'copied European military methods in the reorganization of the army it is said the general staff has decided to follow continental precedent further by establishing a strict press censorship. This matter of curtailing Stawara 'a* SaNa fhe 1$ Registered Rams for tale. Write or tele phone for prices :CfcM. JL Stewtrt Stiropahlrt Shatfc fl THE FARGO FORUM AN# DAILY REPUBLICAN/ FRIDAY EVENING/ OCTOBER 9* A LINGERING COUGH The cough that holds on in spite 0! all remedies needs energetic and above all thor ough treatment A mere cough mixture won't do. Root out the cold that causes the cough. How Scott's' Emulsion. Why Scott's Emulsion? Because it stops the irrita tion, soothes the tissues and heals the affected membranes. When? Right away. Scott's Emulsion begins to help with the first dose. We'll send you a sample free upon reqMtiU-' SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York. the liberty of the press in time of peace should be investigated. There were no deaths from drown ing yesterday in mud puddle holes on Broadway and Front Street pavements. The disposition to lynch should not be altogether attributed to a spirit of lawlessness. Is it not largely because legal procedure has become so fine spun that justice in our courts is $to often subverted? The western movement of coal ,on the great lakes during Augu&t was double the tonnage of the correspond ing month of 1902, which ought to aid materially in preventing a «oal famine next winter. Mayor Mayburv of Detroit has es tablished police censorship of theatres of that city. What's the matter with the decent people who patronize thea tres doing the censoring? It seems to be needed in a good many places. The Bismarck Tribune does not deny the assertion that there are twenty-one blind pigs in the capital city but points out that there were no arrests for drunkenness or disorder during the month of September. Is that intended as an argument in favor of blind pigs? the piggers. to consider irrigation in the state. There are less that two weeks in which delegates may inform themselves more fully regard ing irrigation, which is destined to be come one of the most important move ments in connection with the develop ment of, agriculture in this century. The Forum has published a great deal of information on matters pertaining to this subject and will continue to print whatever may be of interest along this line. The subject cannot be exhausted and the better informed delegates are before the convention the more intelli gent action they can take when that body assembles. There will be speak ers at the convention thoroughly infor med upon irrigation and conversant with what has been accomplished in this country. It is expected that among the notable commercial leaders present will be James J. Hill, president of the Nor thern Securities Co., who=c close inter est in everything that makes for in dustrial development in North Dakota and the northwest is generally recog nized. Mr. Hill's ideas on irrigation in North Dakota will have great weight with all. The success of the meeting, however, will depend primarily upon the interest shown from every part of the state. Organized labor is said to consist of some 2,000,000 It is said a couple of country schools near Amenia will make arrangements^* ions to the cook I'll have a nice rndk to have the pupils attend the village school, following out the idea of con solidation. The idea seems to be .a^ good one and might well be emulated by others. The payments of $50 rewards as the result of the conviction of blind piggers under the Sheils law thus far have caused no alarming depletion of the stable treasury. People seem to be morej Jhe Waiter called out: "Gimme a milk anxious to He Hd of the Wolves' than stewr' men in the United States compared with a total population of' over 80,000,000. It is the organized ef fort that counts, but its cardinal prin ciple must be justice to all, o£ it de serves failure. The appointment of delegates to the irrigation convention to be held at Bis marck Oct. 20-21 from all over the state indicates a large meeting, while the personnel of those appointed should •nake it the most representative and in fluential since ^tatehood. Every com munity should be represented at the convention. DESERTED AND DIVORCED. Mrs. Odney Oliver was granted a divorce yesterday by Judge Fisk of Grand Forks j^rom Stephen Oliver, on the grounds of desertion. The couple were married at Winnipeg in 1889, where the husband still resides, but with an other woman. Mrs. Oliver claims to have been deserted six years ago. She was allowed to resume her maiden name "f Miss Oddney Emarson and was given custody of her three children, whom she has supported since the father de serted the little family. Mrs. Oliver has lived in the states several years and will engage in dressmaking. Her hus band that was did not contest the di vorce action. GINGER ARRAIGNED AGAIN. Frank Ginger was arraigned before Judge McLoughhn of Grand Forks yes terday on a charge of assault with intent to commit a felony. He was held to the district court. A week ago Ginger was bound over on a charge of highway robbery. He is the man who single handed attempted to hold up five men tn a Great Northern car near Larimore. In the mix-up he shot J. H. Barnes in the arm with a revolver. The bullet was removed a week ago and Barnes left the hospital yesterday. Two other witnesses are held in the district court as witnesses against Ginger, who is described as the toughest looking tmn in the county jail. FINE BOOZE. Grand Herald: The whisky which the blind piggers sell to the booze cus tomers in this state for $1 a bottle costs Mie bootlegger 25 cents. This was testified to in the district court yesterday when Jame's Kain was arraigned before Judge Fisk on a charge of bootlegging at Larimore. Kain is a man over 50 years of age and while he denied that he had sold any whisky admitted that he had a supply of thirty-two bottles which he expected to sell at $1 per bottle. He added further that it had cost him 2$ cenfs a bottle and that he had four bottles of good whisky in the lot which he expected to drink himself.' The authorities claim that Kain sold eight bottles of the boose. He "has been a resident of the state a number of years and lately has been living in and around Larimore. Judge Fisk fined him $400 Wheatland, N.D. and sentenced him to ninety days in the county jail. The fine may be worked out in jail at a rate of $20 per STREET STORIES A certain well-to-do family on the north side has made it a custom for years to send a box of dainties and toys to their little country cousins, and pro visions and appropriate household goods to the groWh ups. The usual box was being packed, and the youngest scion of the house, a boy of 2 years, was watching the proceed ings with rapt interest. Before the cover was put on little Roger was asked if he could not con tribute something to send to his little cousin, Ruby. "I dess so"—and he toddled away. He shortly returned, holding his hob by horse by its remaining ear. There were only three legs, and one rocker, and it was minus the tail. "Des, mamma, give her dis." "But, Roger," she replied, "what will Ruby say to a horse witli only three legs, one ear and no tail?" Dropping his chin, he thought for a while, and then said: "I dess she'll say: 'Darn a horse 'dout a tail.'" He'll have two Sunday school ses sions next week. He was a youth fresh ffom the coun try, and when he hit Fargo his troubles began. He secured a position as bell boy in one of the local hotels and his troubles increased. A few days ago a guest, when assign ed to a room, informed the clerk that he would put up at the hostelry on the American plan. But after he got to his room he changed his mind, and asked the youth to tell the clerk that he would stay on the European plan. It was a new one on the boy, and he was up against it, but, rather than dis play his ignorance to the guest, he de cided to make a bluff. Approaching the clerk, he said: "The man I just took up to 101 said something about 'your seein' plant.' I didn't see no plant, but I suppose you know what it is." The clerk looked puzzled for a mo ment, then took a tumble, and laughed so hard that he upset an ink botd$.,and smeared his cuff w^th the fluid. ii "Have you any real fresh oysters that are very fine?" So asked the par ticular-appearing patron of a down town restaurant. Receiving an affirmative answer, he went on: "I am very, very particular as to how my oysters shall be cooked, and if you will kindly give these direc- stew: Pour off nearly all the liquor carefully, leaving just a little remain ing put some real fresh milk in the stewpan, then a little butter, some pee per and salt, and have the cook watch it carefully until the oysters have stew ed enough. \Can you remember all that?" The waiter looked worried, and nod ded. When he had reached the kitchen, V: T- UNPLEASANT SITUATION. Devils Lake Inter-Ocean: Yesterday morning William Nimo, Charles Ken nedy and Segard Serumgard went to a small island in Devils Lake where they had dug a pit, and prepared to shoot geese, lhe storm came up in the evening and the lake became so rough that it was impossible for them to return to the shore. They spent the night on the island without shelter or food except a lunch which they had tak en for the noon day repast yesterday. The lake is so rough today that it lias been impossible to reach them up to the time of going to press. It is re ported that they have been seen through glasses. The island is witliouf tim ber, in fact is a mere sand bar, and may have been swept by the waves. It is located about a mile ?rom the shore at Prosser's point. KEELEY INSTITUTE. The Westchester County Reporter of White Plains, N. Y., republishes a two column article from The PariS Figaro, being a description of a visit to the Keeley Institute at the former place, which is presided over by Dr. Boals, foremrly of Fargo. The special commissioner of The Figaro shows the wonderful work done by the Keeley In stitute throughout this country, and dwells especially on the class of people treated and the great per cent of pati ents who do not again return to their former habits, showing tha: it is their own fault if they thus relapse. He also advocates the introduction of the sys tem into France and other European countries. The article Is a high tribute to the work of the Keeley Institutes in general and that of Dr. Boals in par^ ticular. A WAY OPEN. MANY A FARGO READER KNOWS IT WELL. There is a way open to convince the greatest skeptic. Scores of Fargo peo ple have made it possible. The public statement of their experience is proof the like of which has never been pro duced before in Fargo. Read this case of it given by a citizen: Mr. J. W. Collins of 103 Eighth Street South says: "After a day's work my back fel* very painful. The secre tions from the kidneys were not clear but deposited a sediment in standing and my back pained me a great deat. About this time I saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised at Wilser's drug store and got a box. I was surprised at the quickness with which I was benefited. I carried them in my pocket, took them right along and it was not long before my kidneys were working properly and the sediment in the secretions disap peared. I have had a sound back ever since. It was wonderful the thorough ness with which they worked. I can not say too much in favor of this remedy to others who have backache or other kidney ailment." Sold for 50 cents per box by all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name, Doan s, and take substitute. LIGNITE COAL. Washburn Lignite Coah CoV*lignite can be had, in large or small quantities of the Weugevvoou Dray Line, agents, 6i4,Fcofrt Street, 'phone 774. ONE FARE PLUS jKS*toirW IfABTIN HBOTOB, President 3. W. SMITH, President.. V SHREDDED WSH AT .BISCUIT There is an affinity between the crisp, nutty WHOLE*WHEJ2T filaments and preserves, that charms the palate. Shredded Wheat has all the food value intended by Mature for man. Dr. Chas. A. Barnard, Centerdale, R. I., writes It is the most perfect food yet offered to mankind,". SOLD BY ALL 0ROCERS $3. Round trip rate via Chicago Great Western Railway to points in Canadian WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!! Parties desiring wood for prompt or deferred LUMBER DEALER Comer Front and Elaventh Straets, Fargo, N. D. FARGO BANKING- HOU8H& O. 3. deLBNDKBUlV Vice-President. FARGO NATIONAL BANK SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT Cnuwaeta a General Banking and Foreign Bxeanga Business. Drafts Drawn iMnot Mi 11 Principal Cities ol Uingp, DIRftCTOBS. MARGIN BBCTOB, O. J. deLBNDBBUlB, B. ». WBIGH*, GBO. B. NIOBOL8, W. O. MAUFADDBN. M. A. LEWIS, O. G. BABNB8, H. W. GfllARET, B. F. SPALDING, President. Vice-President Cashier. Attorney THE MERCHANTS STATE BANK OF FARGO CAPITAL PAID IN $100,000.0Q DIBBCTOBS. a CI. BARNES, H. W. GBAREY, J. K. CBONAN, Mfc WSA* ft A. tiSfcflfe 9, ». BIMWMI, 1TMOMA8 BAKMK, JK., W. BALI,. J. D. McUONMiUU* ALBX BTBftN, B. F. SPALDING. B. S. LEWIS, J. B. WATSON, I. W. VON NIBDA, F. A. IBIHH President. vice President. Cashier. AM't Cashier RED RIVER VALLEY NATIONAL BANK OF FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA $ CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ....JlM.OfiO.OO DIBBCTOBS, •. A. PBBBT, J. S. WATSON, J. H. LEWIS, JAMBSKBNNBDT, B. B. LBWIB J. A. MONTGOMERY, 3. iriaa itUtm Delicious Dessert and Supper Disb Northwest, old Mexico, New Mcxico, Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba, Idaho, Texas, Georgia, Florida ai^ North Carolina. Ample return limits. Ticket^ on sale Oct. 6 ana 20 Nov.,3 and 17. For further information app|ir to any Great Western Agent, or J. Pi Elmer, G. P. A., Chicago, 111. \lP For State News Read The Forum. shipment are requested to write me for priced *.... Xj. 33. GMBBS, Wholesale Flour, Feed and Fuel. Qrand Forks, North Dakota. A. WALL IsrtKsMKs) HKsri-WK&i -*vertst W. a MAUFADDJOJN, Cashier. W. VON N1KDA, FRANK B. KINDBJSD, F. A. liU»Jtt L. B. HANNA, Viefr-President. The First national Bank' of Fargo UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2XM»0.00 it ,0 fAFBTY DBPOST BOXES FOR REN IV fin DIBBCTOBS. J. W. SMITH. BBTH N1WMAN, L. B. wti»| w. H. CROSBY. o. Q. BEBKINB, s. i'lIoE^'v S. B. LYON, Gamier. 4 ji