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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 14, 1903, Image 11

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^'Ut the GOLD MM TWlliSdojroarWock'*^
BCrubWnt your floor*—there's a tetter way.
wrfdo th# work better, more economically and
in Balt the time.' Far superior to soap or any
other cleanser.
Scrubbing floors. wMhlnft clothes and duaei
euanuts wood-work. oilcloth, silverware
wot, polishing bruawork, cleansing b*th
room, pipes,
eto., and disking the finest tort so*tb
on Ware
Broadway, Fargo.
is Is thc s-
Year to Sclll
Your Landsfe
I We have the customers.
List your property with us
quick. Money is becoming
scarce lor farm loans. ^fs
have funds on han|.
See Us About Your
Farm Loans
Let us insure your buildings*
personal property and crops.
Heal Estate, Insurance
and iLoan Agents
Offices* Erie, N, D., and witl^
GEO, H. WHELPS, Fargo, N. ti
of Nortii Dakota
^equipment anc
are Deii
at Steele.,
Big assortment of switch
es, and wt^rs to match
your own hair, or made to
order. Prices very rea
sonable. The ladies are
invited to call or write
coal famine.
5 Eighth Street South.
'Phone 341.
Warms the Floors,
SavfS tho futl and
lacerates tha Hams.
... U \:-T-f'?*-
For4 S*l$. .By
H. Harrington,
^will open at Wahpeton, on
Sept. 22. An experienced
:orps of instructors have
en secured and first class
eing proytfl^d. Over
tirty courses liPipedce and
i 1
mathematics, ^feiteral scir
ince, encipeeringf
courses loir teachclrs.
I A.t
DeLamere wa'nt& more light.
Wheatland is to have a gristmill.
Some jtjiili swivel
The Optic gOest on record as being
in favor' of a new G. N. depot at
The ques^oA bf water supply is a
serious problem in many smaller towns
in the state. s ?,
The Thoma$ '0«testrf, ^ill .re&rn
direct to Chicago after playing in Fair
go Nov. 28.
The Eagle insists on the business
men of Wheatland organizing a com
mercial club.
The Minot Optic is oiit in an editor
ial favoring reading the bible in the
public schools*-
Thfc Wahpeton.Globe seems riever to
overlook an opportunity to hand Judge
Lauder something. V
It has reached the point where the
deer hunters put a notch on their rifles
every time they kill a man—-"accideftt
ally." .. ...
Ex-Mayor McPherson of Valley City
is such warm stuff that he scorched
his auto—while making a country trip
The Grand Fdrks Council ha$ cut off
the free'water list 4nd the hospitals
must pay
coffiplathfr df lignite
Cooperstown.craWris i8s:
in use there.
te nes
Milton is to havw^%ri^^ko
The CpoperstoWn niremen alt&nded
church in a body.
Rival plow agents have had many
competitive tests this fall.
C. W. Andrews is building a big silo
on his farm near Waltialla.
The creamery agitation at Steele has
reached the practical stage.
The Plaindealer thinks Editof jfewell
oj Bismarck broke into the e. a. g.
The school at Knox was closed on
account of a couple of cissies of Scarlet
As usual, Wheatfand will dd tHfe—
"Phoenix act"—following, the .reoent
fire, says The Eag^.
It is reported that
bitious to establish*a fotirth newspa
per at Mandan-1—don't.
is am-
Fred Duggan of Grand Forks went
out to the farm on a wolf hunt and was
successful in killing one.
Editor Willson of Bathgate w(mt$ to
get down among the senoritas on the
next editorial excursion.
The plan of the Minot high school
to, Organize a brass iand is an innova
tion and seems to be a success.
Attorney 6lackwell of the many ini
tials and LaMoure—is conceded to
have been the Nemesis of Joe Devine.
now. -well a$ other con-
Editor Irysh of Wheatland took a
trip with the rural mail delivery and
saw a lot of subscribers-—delinquent—
Minot Shores'to gain as much fame
from her juvenile band as was attained
by Mayville along the same lines some
years ago.
The boys are again jtatfing tlife story
about the fellow wfy) paid his subscrip
tion every time he got drunk—^-and was
paid up to 2800.
Some people would like fo see Col
onel Creel appointed state engineer
and placed in charge of the proposed
irrigation work.
Despite.- tK^» Jfiligamceii of the police
some of the Aheta chimneys are re
ported by The Panorama to haveJefs
In tjiejr articles regarding the freight
busincs^ at Grand Forks the papefs of
thjit town at last acknowledge the-big
lead Ffirgo has—in population.
tt is claimed" tftit niany 6f the ped*
pie .who want mail along the rural
rbute out of Cooperstown, hive failekj
to provide boxes as prescribed.
Editor Willsoli's j?ink Paper was pa
triotic this week. The bo&f of the
rag wa« red, with, a white^supplement
and the address was on a blttf label,
The people alon^ the lines of the
railway kiek because the companies
burn the old ties snow fences in
stead Of selling them to farmets for
The itewspamr boys generally ex
tend congratulations fco Editor Jewell
of Bismarck hi^.landoffice appoint
n^ent. He and Wi»ship can "condole"
with each other-^^w.
From the Way' t|ie daity editions of
The Minot Optic »and Thi IBvns Lave
William Owen, the romantic actor
has successfully dramatized Sir Walter
Scptt's novel, "Quentin Dtirward," un
der the title "When Louis XI. was
King," and will appear in it at the Far
go Operahouse on Monday evening.
The scenic arrangement is most varied
and picturesque. The fifteenth cen
tury style of Flemish, French and Bur
gundian architecture has been careful
ly studied and the general effect that
has, been thus obtained is most pictur
esque. The prologue and: last act both
inspire in the gorgeous audienfcib
chamber of Charles the Bold, of "Bur
gundy. The first act shows the Fleur
de. Lis inn, a favorite haunt of Louis,
XL, seated in a dense forest near the
historic castle of Plessis, the famous
castle itself showing in the distance.
Act second lies in the courtyard of the
Priory .01" St. Dominic, the old priory
forming the background, surrounded
by old,::,crumbling, ivy-covered walls.
The climax of the scenic equipment,
however, is reached in the third act,
which is enacted in the reception hall
in the palace of the Cardinal-Bishop of
Liege. It is one of the most beauti
ful and effective scenes ever produced*
showing the arched and domed room
with its canopied cardinal's throne its
lattice windows, heavy sombre mason
ry, massive bronze doors and rich fur
niture, all illuminated with a myraid of,
candles and blazing flambeau. A ter
rific electrical storm, one of the most
realistic ever produced, rages without
during the progress of the act, height
ening the effect and adding to the color
and life of the strenuous action. The
production in its entirety is one thai
any .star might well be protttLj^- jv
i i'•.
On next Wednesday evening &t the
Fargo Operahouse the Win. H. West
Ministrels will make their annual ap-!
pearance in this city, and as is. usual,
Manager Sanford B. Ricaby ha3* sev
eral novelties to present to his patrons..
In this age of progression it is abso
lutely essential that a manager keep
abreast of the times. The public de
mands everything new each year, arid
the wise manager recognizes and tries
to meet that- demand. One of -the
most successful innovations of recent
years is the presentation of the opera
tic burlesque, "The Wizard of Bos,"
as the closing feature of the West
Ministrels. It is an extremely funny
and very musical skit, running about
forty minutes, and employes the en
tire forty people who compose this
most successful minstrel company.
Sixteen great singers are with this
organization, and great -attention has
been given to- the orchestral and'
—j i. —aJ-.•L'.!*—L
Dr. Hult has been invited to speSkj
at the Grand Forks university somp, time
in January. This is the third or'fourth
time that the doctor ha? received! such'
an invitation from that institution.'' WeJ
^re gitad to. ripte that ?ppr.ec'i.a{ijgp„ ofj
Professor Hult's ability extends beyond
Fargo and is growing in all places where
he is at all known.
The seniors are busy preparing pro
grammes .to be given for the benefit of
the students. The first programme wi.V
be in the nature of a short play and will
probably be given next week. Their ef
forts are the more commendable.-since:,
they are not particularly befitedi-.tbem
selves other tnan the training they will
obtain in this way. Tlie "dramatic work,
is under the direction of Mrs. Allen, who
is considered very capable in this line
of work. Announcements will be made
later of the date for the first entertain
The attendance at the college has in
creased so rapidly in the past week or
two that several new classes have beeii
formed to accommodate' the rieW stu
dents. The felass" in shop work did not
begin until the middle of the term and
the class room was so- crowded on the
first day that students had to be turned
away. Applicants daily report for this
work but have to be rejected.
President Worst left during the week
ifor Washington to attend the Associa
tion of American, Agricultural Colleges
and Experiment Stations Will be
gdtie several weeks.
Q, A. Thompson, an alumnus of the
college and at presetjt pcrintei^dent of'
the Edgely sub-stattoh, wis. ih town
Friday and called at' the college\during
the day to shake hands with old acquain
tances. The Edgeley station has closed
Ibfr. the Wmer afid Mr. Thompson will
llfPtSt Proieslpr Shepperd in vniS'lnsti
ttHe work till Sprihg
.Professor \^tt^(^ |has
last found,
time to take a ctofc' oflF -to. be married.
Invitations have been received in the
fcily to the marriage of Mr. Will^rd and
Miss Emma Davis, a ioriijjer teacher at
Mayville Normal the marriage took
place at the bride's home in Nebraska
City, Neb., last Wednesday. After a
short hpneymoop.trip they will settle in
Mir. Zihtheo's house on the northside.
A large collection of various kinds of
wheat have been received by Prof. L. R.
Waldron this week from (Jifferent ele
vatocsftver the stftte. Jjjxattiinations
aiid experiments will be carried on to
determine ihe amount oi«
mixed thnnigb.-the^ gflin and -by this
^of tt»e disttli
!ie. farming disf
he 'fitfaiks a ft
trtfc, w0ki«o^ the$i'
re Anxitfttsly^ a$vaiti
method Jeam
Ebfiifh eJt*
fee isittiM
e Revi
efc, th^.
chorus effects, while the soloists will
present the newest arid best composi
tions of America's greatest song-writ-:
Miss Isadore Rush, whose entrance
into musical comedy dates back but a
few years, has made one of the most
substantial successes of any artist ejv
g«'iged in this line of. endeavor. She
will be see n in the part of Lady Holy
rood, in "Florodora," at the Fargd
Operahouse next Saturdaiy evening. «j
^fe^fofiRTCK::A: ST5^rf
The playing of the Thomas Orches
tra is a revel of musical ideas, a mar
shaling of harmonies into effects, at
times tender, soft and pathetic and
again rising to a grandeur and a pow
er of tone equal to the expression Of
the most splendid musical conception.
The programme will be excellently
arranged, covering the gamut df ifriusi
cal thought and emotion..
to the former arrangement'. No mor
trouble is anticipated in pumping oil.
Prof. C. B. Waldron has a large num
ber of girls at work sorting and classi-.
fying wheat" in bulk for the St. Louis|
exposition. Mr. Waldron' expects to
lvave a very fine contribution
Chas. Bender of Harrisburg, Penn., is
visiting his brother, the A. C. full back
in football. Mr. Bender pitched for the
Philadelphia baseball team last season.
He is very enthusiastic over the A. C.
record in' football and thinks it com-"
pares favorably with itlfy other institu
tion of its kind.
Mr. Tibert who has charge of the
wood shops, is off on a leave of ab
sence until Jan. 1, when he will return
to take charge of the winter classes in
this work. At present he is in the West
ern part of the state engaged in build
ing elevators.
A picked team has been formed at
the college from the faculty to run1 up
against the first eleven in a game of foot-
:V il.'-iiity,
NOVEMBER 14,! 19031
The perfection of orchestration ni
shown in the work of the Theodore
I liomas Chicago Orchestra which will
give one concert at the Fargo Opera
house Nov. There is a delicacy and
pureness to the^work qi* this great or'
cliestra^ that enables it ot appeal to the
Totirs of Thomas Orchestra.
non-musical mind with almost the
same strength as to that of the cul
tured "one.
the doctor with the assurance thru,
any power, on earth can cure'you, lie
do so. If your case has become in
curable, he will frankly and honestly
tell you the truth and advise you not to
waste your, money.
Among the 40,000 persons whom Dr.
Downing hgs cured, we publish the fol
lowing:—Levi Bailey. A prominent
farmer and stockman. Owns 680 acres
i stock farm in Steel County, Minn.
Cured of kidney and nervons disease
after doctors had pronounced him "in
curable and he had given up to die.
Write to him.
Chas. Ziece, Dearfield, Minn. Cured
of stomach disease and nervous debili
ty. Had been unable to work for three
Seasoned Tamarack
|iy Cut Tamarack
exposition both from the station and
from the state.
The address "to ha've been given by
Rev. E. W. Day last week in chapel will
be given this coining Monday instead.'
Everyone is invited.
mmm wmmm
Dr. ..Downing, .the ntost successful
specialist in the United States, whose
wonderful cures have made his name a
household word throughout the coun
try, will visit Moorhead, Nov. Co
lumbia Hotel.
No Other physician in this country
has cured as many so-called incurable
diseases. He gives special attention to
the treatment of special chronic and
nervous diseases of men ilnd women.
hose diseases which arc so often ifeg
lected- and improperly treated. Dr.
downing has etijed over forty thousand
40,000 "of1 the^e cases, most of which
had been neglected or improperly .treat
ed by other physicians or specialists.
[1 you suffer from any disease or weak
ness,., you should not delay consulting
Dr. Downing at once, no matter wlio
lias failed or how hopeless you have be
come because of repeated failure, con­
Lignite Coal ...
Jamestown Capital: Some $10,coo
worth of the city's water extension
warrants have been placed here and
MWe":|«y highesst price for wheat by
or on
our station
ortneM Pacific Avenue*
The Most Successful Physician in the
United States Will Visit MoorS
head, Nov. 18, One Day
Only, Columbia Hotel.
i v These prices will apply to points west of Fargo, with proper allowance rrtsrtr tor
difference in freight from shipping points. Prompt shipment and full measure guar
anteed. The business df car lot buyers solicited. Address
mall. Several of the faculty are old foot
ball stars and can make the first team
hustle somewhat to beat them. Mr.
Cochems will probably be in the team,
manager Manns, Professors Parrot, and
Norton will also fight for the supremacy
Manufactured From Hard Northarn Wheat by
to Consumer.
Kight Price to ftetaiUfi
years and was pronounced incurably
Write to him.
Mrs. William Murphy, St. Wcndli,
Minn. Was operated upon by local
doctors for "cancerous tumor," told sbfe
could not live more than two weeks.
Dr. Downing cured hbr in three
months. Write to her. .,
Mrs. Tillie Dorchi, Fairfield, low*.
Cured of nervousness and female weakr
ncss. Write to her.
Wm. Dieke, Fairbault, Minrt, Had
cancer oi the leg, of five years standi!
Dr.Downing cured him in thirty daj
Write to him.
O. J. Amlie, Bltie Earth, Minn, llad
heart'and lung disease, nervous debili
ty. Thought every minute would be hjs
last on earth. Dr. Downing cured h$£l
in three months. Write to him.
Dr. Downing has had many years c£
pcrience in the treatment of the dis
eases to which he devotes his atten
tion. He has visited the great hospitals
of both Europe and America, ©tf.
Downing's experience and success iii
curing the nervous and chronic
eases of men and women is greater
than that of any other physician in the
United States. His offices in Chicigd
and Minneapolis are equipped with th,c
latest approved mcdical and surgical
appliances. In his great work of cur
ing chronic and nervous diseases, he is
assisted by a staff of twelve eminent
expert physicians. Dr. Downing's visit
to the northwest will afford an oppor
tunity to consult him at your own dobr
without the expense of a trip to
city. Remember the date and call
early. Moorhead, Nov. 18, at Colufnbia
My prices for fuel on cars at Fargo arc%8 ftllows:
easoned Atapla.,
Seasoned Birchr ,'.
w Seasoned Oalc
S 7410 per cord
8 50 per corid
5.09 per coft^
5.85 per cord
5.M per cord
Seasoned Jack Pine...
Dry Cut
Seasoned Poplar
White Oak Sldta..«..
.I'ine Stabs
$8.25 per ton
S 4.25 per cord
4.00 per cord
4.00 per cord
4.50 per cord
9.89 per cord
Grand ForKv,
N. Dak.
Contractor Porritt of Fargo expeeta
to have his crew of men here and biJ
gin work Monday. The warrants m®1
be issued from time to time, probably
only a small part of this amount now,
and as they draw 7 per cent interest
and will probably run for five years
they make a fine investment, some say
better than a farm mortgage. Lo$ai
investors have taken blocks of several
thousand, aggregating $10,000, and itr.is
quite probable the entire i^sue cftn !bg
disposed of here to good advantage.

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