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ARGUSVILLE, N, D. HARWOOO, N. 0. 1 MAPLETON, N. D. HORACE. N. O.if LEONARD, N. 6. I SHELDON, N. 0,. 1 :L & Practice limited to diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Stern Block, over Font & Porterfleld's Drug .Store. Dr. H»l«n iteLendracie Dr. Ed «. ard E. Baiye Osteopathic Physicians All cii'iililc disnasps, acute or rhronic, hiu'cessftdly treated wit bout drugs. Osteopathic Huildiug. 101 Eighth St. So. Telciiitone Fargo, N. D. AVI£JT! J1 to ST will make your Hnil»»d party gown as good as new. Let U4 !iid for it. W o guarantee satis fact ion. site. a Established 1873.<p></p>WHITE JAMES W. VlOALi M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon in Kiditih St.. So.. Khi-ko. N. I), yfllr.i 11 i i r--: From i. m. to ,j p.m. Private l^oapital. DR. CHRISTIANSEN,. -"DENTIST— Third Floor, Edwards Building. Fargo. DR. WHEELER DR. CARPENTER. Physicians and Surgeons. Office, I'M wards Building. Fargo, N. D. A.UQBM UND OHBKN KR.ANHEITEN OOON KC»Oll SJDKDOMBB DR. BEAUDOUX 5PCCIALIST EYE, EAR, f\OSfc AMD IHROAT Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5. Over Elliott Hotel. Fargo, N. D. Dr. C. L. Rose E N I S v Pof£cUln fi ling, porcelain crown and bridge wo k a specialty. Offices Third Floor Edwards Bldg. DR. F. H. BAILEY DR. C. KACHHLMACHER P&ntorium, Phono 101 Broadway. F. O. Rockwell, Mgr. CALL 15 FOR HACKS or COUPES 1 Paid up Capital and Surplus, $150,000 OO GENERAL af|if£ AT rARGO..|lCTAIL YARDS AT J%UTTZVJLLE, Dr. F. E. Bait. Dr. J. L. Graves E N I S S Rooms 8 to 12, Smith Block. Telephone 363 V* Dr. H. L. Starling* Dentist Office: Room 5. de Lendrecie Block, CoTuor Front and 7th Streets So Fargo Frenette A BricKer Dentists II k' thny, tw Chriit ansae's Dr«| Start N. fc USBON, N. D. DWIGHT, N. D. WILD RICE, N. D. HlCKSON, N. D. WAHPETON, N. D. FARMINGTON, N. D. Orders talken at the General Office in Fargo for all of the above yards. Day or Night. Jeff Young & Co. Baggage Delivered at All Hours HEAVY WORK HORSES rOR SALE Sixty head from Morton County. Weight from noo to 1500. Or. Holcon|l»* Washington House Feed and Sale Stable DON'T BE FOOLEDA Oenuine ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Is put up in white packages, manufactured exclusively by the flfadison Medicine Co., Madison. Wis. 'r Sells at 39 cents a package. All others are rank imitation* tnd substitutes, don't risk your health by taking them TH'-QhNUINE makes sick people Well. Keens you Well. All Honest beaters sell the Genuine. JLLlSTfeft DRL'C) CO, MadlSen. Wis CJfxid pjgjit, Sleep tight: 4 1 "Wake up brightyf^tr In the moniing light And eat Peterson's Macaroni bread with all your might,. All classes Uke ft. A loaf Sc. BAKERY PETERSON. M6. Qso4s Delivered. Subscription—The Knrgo Forum and Dally Republican, by currier, 15c per week, or 40c per month, iu advance: $5 per year. The Far no Fonnn and Weekly Rcpul th an ?t per yt'sii. The Farco Forum and Satur day Republican, p» year. Single copies "c. Subscribers will tind the date to which tliey have paid, printed opposite tiielr names on their address slips. Address all eouiiuuuicutipqs to The ,Fo rmn, Fargo, N. D. TI i U S A Y. OCT. *3.• 1903. 0 FICIAL PAPER OF CASS COUNTY. FORUW TELEPHONE CALLS. Business Offlcc 564L Compos ng Room.... »...,.i.:*.. v How Wall Street must appreciate Dr. Do'Wie's financial acumen The aufomobi le fe ve jN cirt Da kota seems to have abate^iBbinewhat.' J'."""r.•••"-:,j St&ck brokers are /experiencing symptoms of heart disease a^ a result of cojiflictfng reports from Gorea. and the country hear something about the Cuban"-.reciprocity next month. Although the Macedonian problem seems io A l-AlWO FOIUTM Incorporated 1899. U. LUMBER CO MOORETON, N. D. BARNEY, N. 6. •'PERLEY, MINN. GEORGETOWN, MINN ELMER, MINN. COMSTOCK, MINN. WOLVERTON, MlNP(. AND DAILY REPUBLICAN. THE FORUM PRINTING CO, A. W. Edwards. Editor. H. C. Plomley, Mxntffr. VOLUME XXVI, No 238. Entered at Postofflee as second class matter The Fnrfco Forum and Republican Is pub lished every eveulug except Sunday in the Lnynl Knfgrhts Temple, First Avenue North, luirgo, N. I. 504M Editorial Room..................,639L Local Reporters and News Room .. 639M FAR'JO TIME TABLi. Trains Arrlre. St. P.—From east, 0:15 p. m. 5:40 a. m. 6 p. in. N. 1'. From west, 7:00 a. m., 9:25 p. m. lllr.Vi p. m. F. & S. W.—From west. 705 pi m» C., Al. Ac !S". P.—From south, 11:50 a. m. and p. m. (i. X.—From east, 5:10 a. m., 5:45, 7:.'i5 p. m.. r:1N» p. inl }. N.— l-'rorn west, 8:44, 10:32 p. m., £:40 a. m. Moorhead Northern arrives, 10:15 p. m. Trains Depart. 21, fe-RoInit east, 7:10, 8:00 m, 1:40 ftfit! 11:10 p. in. ^vi'V N. I'.-Uolng west, 6:00, 7:30 £*0#4, 1il» p. m. F. Si S. \V.—Going webt, 8:30 a.' tn. v- v o., M. & St. P.—Going south, 7HX) a. m. ami 7:40 p. m. U. N.-Coing east. 3:44, 7:30 a. m., a. in., lu:W p. til. J. N.—(ioing west, 5:10 a. m. and 5:45 p. in., 5.20 p. ni. Moorhi'"-J Nortiicrn dtk»»*ta 6:00 a. m. Threatened by a citizens' comfnit t^e'ttith expnlsiivii from office for [aSl-' tn-e to enforce tlfC prohibition law }md to close gambling houses, Mayor Gil bert of Kansas City# Kas^ndid his dfitv. The mayor deserves lit tie credit for his action and: it is probable that with in a brief period a wide open policy will again prevail—as soon as the citi zens relax their vigilanc^., The proper way to have good government is to en force the laws. If a law is obnoxious fo the majority of the public its strict enforcement will result in its repeal. The disregard of law on the part oi public officials is just as anarchistic as on the part of others. Because a num ber of individuals object to the enforce ment of a certain law is no valid reason for making that statute a dead letter. If public officials pander to the lawless clement what is to be expected of the criminal class? The president of the United States and the former presi dent have recently Sfiid a good deal about good citizenship. This suljject is a favorite one with President Roose velt. In a republic liberty and law are equally important. The former can only be assured by strict adherence td-. the latter. To Mr. Cleveland has been at tributed the expression ol the aphorism "A public office is,'a. public trust."' President Roosevelt- has emphasized that tact in. word and in deed. His re marks on honesty, duty, respect of law —good citizenship—are .as applicable to public officials as to private citizens. Malfeasance in ofliee has become so frequent as to be a subject of com mon remark iii every state. It has been held that,officials can be expected to do no more than public sentiment demands. But the expression of the loudest tnouthed individuals is not al ways to be interpreted ps the senti ment of the publi#. It is the duty of officials to enforce the laws a« they find them, not to ignore them. enforcement. notwithstanding the growlihg of the hear. Bismarck citizens supplied the irriga tion delegates with rider notwithstand ing 'it'iha*. been claiimtti lthat^thie.,oK* had plenty of beer on tap. Ji' r^ 4*-" Dr. Pearsons said recently tltat -the idea of givifitr while one Ms alive Will become epidemic as soon as men dis cover what fun it is. Doubtless there are many good things tHAt it wi&fgike a long,time to discovert fc ..It, is fortunate, ,fpr consumers- tliftt when prices soar loo high foreign com petition.acts in pa to SenatOJ" 1 'lansfcrougi). .does ing"— and there you are. Stower* v Sells Shropshire Sheep. According to The Bostou, Trans$ cript's summary of Professor Norton's conclusions air-dried mud has a Calori fic grower at least 65 per cent a« great as first-quality American coal, while the average of ten samples from different bogs at varying depths was 75 per cent, and one specimen reached a value of g8 per cent, and these percentages, ap proximately. apply to the finish coke also. The farmer who'has been accus tomed to "darn" his swamp land will be charmed by Protestor Norton^ figures* "With 43.560 feet" tli 'tHe acre and depth, say of' twenty feet, we shoufr' have some «%n.ooo cubic feet of mud per acre. This will yield at a conser vative estimate 4oiwpiriX)'p()unds of air dried, nlud. Wlitcli i's cfiual in heating power to at' feast 25.oppj6bd founds.'or 12,000 tolls of good c(»al. '.If conveni ence in handling and diminishing bulk t, ... 1 .. I will justify the cokitig process, we raav W-will not be surprising if congress stjn have been quieted British consuls have'not recovered -vyitU uotice able activity. v Russia is said to object fo tlie en forcement ot that portion of the Am«ri can-Chinese treaty which provides for J another open port. ready been signed an hope to obta:" », 'Ji. 5 i Athletics is good for tlto••student ami healthy intellectual ".development will not materially impair the ability of the athletff^JFhejr.s,."fchould siip$lemeSi fi-aoll A vast railroad sysiern. for the Chinese KmjMrc ij said to .1* the pro ject of American capitalists. The Unit ed States is bound to become deeply involved in that eastern question. Tf the Russians artd japs should peacefully settle differences over-Corea and Manchuria international relations all over the world would be mbre har monious pn.tlic surface than for yearns. /a ^f !vv If Now,York tu/ns dowu Mayor because/he enforced the laws to0 fStridt ly what shall he sjill of the mofaj tone of her people? i $ A big land graft is reported from thqj Puget Sound country but it can scarce* ly compete with the prdirije_ tattl .graft* of the.middle west. v r| i«twajp- pear to have in,ucli sympathy for tjn speculative gentry who insist t-lwtt con gress do something to "save the. coiui- posed of in such a Others might have done differently. WuUpeton preferred external cou$VWJ1i tion. v try," but he will not have to apologize that he knew a man who used to get to his constituents on that account. up in his sleep and walk half a mile to a workshop where he worked at his There was a great blaze tp th^..south- trade for several hours and returnig to ward Tuesday. Barrels upon barrels of his home went to bed wit limit any of whisky and beer evaporated and there the members of the family being aware were mingled feelings of sorrow ami of it. The first speaker shifted a little joy. It isn't often that firewater is dis- in his chair and then remarked: "\YeLl, summary manner. I see it isn't any use for a fel^VL v wjth grow over night, that anybody pan get i^vCre pumpkins, but a mind can do rich quick, it he has sufficient much on ati October day. Back of the nerve to risk everything^against.noth- iiotme there were barrels of cider. The L? Registered Rams fpr sale, •yi'rite or tele pilionc for prices 6Ms.€ St0w«rt y W'lieattaud, JS. D. NEW WEALTH FOR FARMER. New York Sutl: F.dward Atkinson of Massachusetts and the Aladdin Oven has thrown a good deal of mud iu his lime and he has wasted much caloric thereby, if the results of lis recem cx-^ periments on the burning powder of •'plain black1" ordinary mud are to be trusted. Pr«»f. Charles L. Norton of the Massachusetts Institute of Technol ogy is a different sore ot witness. He has taken ten samples of eastern Mas sachusetts' mud. a meritorious article, though much K'ss vici/ms"than'the Jer sey variety. These samples, weighing from j0O to 12$ po'undsi a' cubic foot in the crude state, where air-dried from three to eight or ni ie weeks. At the end of this banting process they were trained down to fiity-five pounds, and were hard as board, if not as nails. 'I he most muscular candidates could be split readily but were hard to sa^w. in the equivalent of 10,000 tons of good Coke form each acre of twenty-foot bog. There is al most, if not quite, enough gas distilled from the coke to make one pound of mud furnish enough gas to coke the next, .so that the coking process once started, will require extra fuel.' So every farmer who ts lucky enough to own a swamp has a coal yard, a Goke yard and a gas fyouse. and noi to worry a1x)ti$ihe exhaustioj (j,«pal in the of tbe eart^| fltrikt ni the upon tlie: same Ty DAILY' JlEPrr,LlCANT, TTfrUSDAY KYEXLKG, OCTOBER. 22, 190.1 STREET STORIES Stories frequently are told pf sleep walkers and their experiences which Itfcrediblc. Persons ffpinnambulisni Jure knowni to arise in their sleep and walk t7 a. different part of the building iin whic,Jf, they are sleeping and remembtir nothing of the ipcideiTt o.n nyakenit^. One is said [tp .have started fronj, tti's residence in a distant portion" of ,tl|ts city and wajkpie jtu,vn to tlie ball park without aw ikenihg. iut prolj ab.'y the most .incredible story is otte told by a juror in attendance at th'e present term of the federal court. "1 have a son," lie said to a party sometimes seetii trouWed with V.t court attendants, who were conversing during a, recess, "who is remarkably irfclin«?f-to be industrious. He scents to have a mania for woodsawing, al though lie is not required to do that work. He prepares all the wood we use.aJ)out the house'and seems to en joy doing it. In the past I have no ticed frequently on arising in the morn in that there was quite a pile of cut wood in the shed which I ijad riot seen the night before. "One night I heard a "noise in the hallway and getting up found my son going down, the stairway. Although partially dressed. I noticed that he was not awake. 1 spoke to him but re ceived no answer and followed him down, the stairs. He passed out the rear door and entered the. wood shed. I still followed and the yottng nirfn: ac ting a naturally as when, awake, began sawing wood. .1 sat on a barrel, and satisfied, he went back into the house and returned to bed." i Some of the listeners appeared to.&e somewhat doubtful but one bolder than the rest volunteered the information Jus story first in this crrtwd.' Mexico wants to borrow ^Too.&tojoco with which to place the financial sys tem of that country upon a gold basis. Since Americans arc estimated tu have j'tiays of boyhood. They were golden o\ei &70o.ooo,ooo .invested in Mex co it .days. Memory is so. kind that she col ts quite probable our southern nej^li-., *»fs-fVejj.somow and brings a smile, and bor.i will be aided in their laudable j.makcs you realize that the great hap purpose by citizens of Uncle Sam5 Jfo ipiness in the life of a human being al u onder Colonel,. Brya^n leaves .tor inost alvrays comes during youth.. Europe soon to ordwn, if jjJassible^lBis .t Tilings -haven't changed down otl latest sorrow. If ever you lived on a farm you were glad when the days ot Oetqber catrte. i Take a look at the frost-tinted leaves of the first maple free and think of the i rfartu. 1 In answer to the question \VhatrS,the warm rays of an October sun. you m^ttcr with W all Street 1 he N^w lc¥trled up ajid watched the clouds atid A ork lMHanciec ansxvers NTothiHg. things." Rnmartce •filled' y«itr has been pomj aloui^ in tlie even. toiiy»Cf and yur saw ship, giants, moitn of its way taking whatever, cash .may)j t^insv all drifting lazily far above a boy have been offered it, and will be ready ,ori farm. t,o repeat the pperation a?, soon as it- jv Away over yonder there.had been* a can again persuade people that wealth j'niighty battle, and a field was dotted comes without effort, that fortunes •'I There is the spot where, under the -cannon balls. Of course, thev Hj!en barn doors revealed a haymow 'bursting with grasses-. Yon knew that the coin crib was full, and "the cellar, too. Up the lane ciawled a creaking wagon, filled with hard greenings tr the russets that would be ivdden in a dark corner for spring eating. And then away over in the haze was a kaleidoscope of color." It was more brilliant than the shawi that a sailor uncle brought back from China. It was a riot of nature's painting, for fhc frost had touched the woods and ..made them beautiful. How still it was! A thousand things i*V f- T'*"7 ]t ARTIN that had chirped, warbled, sung, rasp ed and twittered the summer away were silfcnt. preparing tor the great change that begins, in October. You were almost afraid. The world was so •big and a small boy so small. Wliat if the sky should fall! And if it did, would a cloud hit you? You missed in arithmetic the day before and didn't tell mother. Waf that very wrong? A chi5ken hawk soared away up in the blue. How would it leel to be away up there, and perhaps fly. and fly. and-^- TJjiat's all. till you awoke with a shiver and ran to the jiouse for supper.' Those were good days. A million' boys arc'living them doWn in the conn-' try, just as you once lived them, and^ most of thetn are happy. Blessed October! Blessed memory! '"Did you ever notice how many dif ferent opinions you can get front old friends on your appearance whett visit ing your hoy hood town?" asked .a well known Fargo physician yesterday. "You go home after an absence of several years perhaps. You strike a man who knew you when you were a little fellow, and he will say. perhaps. 'You've grown thinner since 1 saw you. last.' This of course makes you feef that maybe after all you're- not as well as you were the day before. You chat a while, and pass on down the fanniiar street. "Another old friend who saw you grow to manhood says. 'Why. you've fleshed up .sonic since you left here last time.'. You feel the picture of health again and inwardly thank him for do? ing it. Ami so it goes. One tells yotf you Mia ve aged, ^another declares you grow younger every vcar. he in the an impressionable mood, and a put-up. jpb among his friends to urge that he was looking miserably nearly put him in the hospital? Well, that is the way I would feel in mv boyhood town if I was not. used to the thing and my friends whipsawed 111c 011 the well and s i k o o k i n u s i e n s s A Fargo young man.who «)WiinS'tHftt he is too poor to get married and as a consequence is boarding at restau rants called the turn on the proprietor of a local eating house the other day and now .lie is served witb greater care than usual ., He is \er^ fond of wheat cakes but the grade 01 syrtip'that was served in this particular restau-raiit did not.please him. He therefore spoke to the pro prietor -and the latter agreed to get a particular brand that is^put in sealed bottles by a large. Chicago firm. The syrup came and the young man enjoyed it. Alter a short, time had elapsed, one evening l*cf finished tne bottle that was brought to him with his order but before leaving the table lie put a private check mark.on the label. A few days later he again ordered some wheat cak.es and a full bottle of .. awwent.ly j^t' 7, i»WPS *W -ftp 4445 Vti V i T. Pf i it rTV I i i •vr -1 5-fv V 1 beg tW an-noivnce that rrvy stock is now complete^ and contain^ :cverrthing i'H, Those little ChatelailMi Watches are now in style everywhere and we can show a complete line in variety and qual ity of finish, which yon are invited to call and examine, j* j» 4, •nr j-,' •»Ve tl^i|NousiR for coldsv ir, .Liui known in tailoring^ M. L. LASSON, 615 N. P. Avenue, Fargoi 'I'Wl'W'i'W W 1873 Has Been Hard to Secure And for that reason I have hjul made up to order a fine Lady's Watch that we can Absolutely guar antee to be the finest to be had. These we can furnish in the* most reasonable priced'case as well as the most elaborately jeweled and in artistic designs. 4*^ a! Will Keep .Time. k tit*'" r|" AO EN, FARQ0 lOift 1 Keep a doctor in Cherry Pectoral brought to htn%.:*•* 11* 'tried' it-v bat* didn't please him so he called thd pro? prietor over to his table. "Is this a fresh bottle of th«it synlp you ordered for 111c. Jim?" "Yes. sir. just got it froni-the:sHte-..*1 room. Fine syrup ain't it?"' ."Say, Jitn. see that mark?" And the' young man held up the bottle to the proprietor's gaze. "1 put that mark oiv- tliat bottle when it was opened two weeks ago. The bottle has simply been refilled with that vile brown sugar con- j. coction you serve here and you thought 1 wouldn't know the difference. Even.. if my forethought to mark the bottle hadn't put me wise to your game you couldn't have fooled me." A fresh bottle of syrup was brought and the seai broken before his eyes. V NOTICE. (1. r*» V •f aw- LvW*,i, MM* V Tlie tadies of Presbyterian Cfitirch will serve their annual chicken pie sup per at the Presbyterian Church 011 l-'n day, ^t.^23, from 5530 tos8! o'clock. v^^GU^ EXPLORED. Walhalla Mountaineer: A young man working for ,Jtd Tibedeau tool, H: 45-60 magazine ri tie last Sunday to fire at jsome geese. -There-were five cartridges- in the magazine besides one in the gun. A* the geese passed almost over his head he raised the gun aud fired, when the magazine burst, all of the cartridges ex ploding. He went to Dr. Porter, of Olga. who brought him to Walhalla and Dr. Mowatt assisted in amputating tho third finger at the second joint, about two-thirds of the little finger and sew ing on the thumb, which was nearly blown off, of the left hand. The hand was in terrible shape and the saving of any of it is a credit to surgery. »The patient is doing well a* could be ex pected. £XST EXCURSION. CanadarN.orth Dakota La|»d pany's last excursion to Saskatchewan Valley. Leaves Fargo Thursday.morn ing, Oct. 2f. T903. Round trip far£ $30 which includes free toui.st sleeper, and'^ use of our men and teams to examines land. Arrangements for reservation.^ should.Ie made at once. Geo. H. Phelps, Manager, Fargo/ ii'cJ---1 1 Wm s u -.jSii* 'V, W W 1 iV'-ii 1 Jeweler v ,'f'I' WV WWW WW• Xs ,v*. 1nV*' 5, •¥. -\,7 & V K It I s 'M $ V Jf "•$ fit & 7K s r/i it rw ft'* J/