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CENTS
Rates lor Classified Advertis
ing: One-half cent a word per
insertion after first insertion 25
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up to 25 words—then one cent a
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DOGS, D008. DOGS
pBDIQBBED -Bnll Terriers and Great Danes,
always ou hand, dogs at stud, all other non
sporting breeds for sale. Dogs boarded by week
or month. Fargo Kennels, 1432 Second Avenue
South, Farf?o. N, D„ phono 613.
P0SITCQH8 WASTED
TI7ANTED -A set of books to keep evenings.
Address XR, care Forum.
T17ASHERWOMAN wants work hy the day.
Mre. Milstien, rear Boston Hotel,
L•
ADY, good penman, desires clerical and
stenographic work. Address Al, care
Forum.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper wants evening
em ploy
ment: will do any clerical work re
tail and wholesale experience. Address B. K.,
Forum.
"POSITION WANTED—By all-around printer
capable of doing all the work connected
with getting out a weekly. Would like the
management of a country weekly. Best of ref
erences. Address Ex.. care F*rum.
POSITIONS TO FILL.
f*OM PET ENT girl wanted for general house
work trust be good cook: family of two
high wages. 20/ Tenth Street North.
FOR SALE.
STANDING
office desk, oak, $10. National
Cash Register, good condition, value $125,
will sell for $60. VV. H. Stewart.
/7J.OOD, clean Buffalo Coat, trimmed with un
plucked otter eood as new. For sale cheap
for cash. Address Ferris & Grady, Fargo.
AGENTS WANTED.
TGSOTTWANTE^^
bon Lighting system. Call at 512 First
Avenue North.
FOB SALE OK EXCHANGE.
DO general land and trading business.
Merchandise stocks taken in exchange.
Ranch and timber lands in largo tracts. NV'rito
us at once. Twin City Land ifc Trading Co., ?06
Chamber Commerce, St. Paul, Minn.

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DRESSMAKING, a
pOR UP-TO-DATE DRESSMAKING see Mrs,
J. C. Mclntyre. Work done at moderate
prices. 1101 Third Avenue South. 'Phone
loeo-L.
ajtd
A6ASD
ROOM OFFERED.'
HOARD AND BOOMS--Can be had at Mrs.
F. A. Paige's, 321 Tenth Street South.
4—*.
SUICIDE
William
f: Veiii
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ft*
Scotch, a Front SfVeet tfiry
Vendor, Selected the Revolver
Routt*
••V.
WftHate. that hsls to
with it, and I might as well tell you the
truth, that, I d|on't love you very much
at present, and unless I can learn to love
you more there would be no use for us
to come together again. Your meaning
may be good, but I would like to see
you before we take each other for better
or,, for worse.'' ,,
That was Hie glootny message that
William Scotch received from his wife,
who resides in Minneapolis yesterday
morning. He read the lines over care
fully. He saw but little hope for a
reconciliation with his wife from whom
he had been separated foe nearly four
years. He brooded over his domestic
troubles, and misfortunes generally
nearly alt of yesterday and at last de
termined to lower the curtain on his part
in the drama of life. Securing a 38
calibre revolver from some place un
known at present, Scotch loaded each
chamber carefully about 5:30 last even
ing and walking to a secluded spot in
the old stock yards in the vicinity of
First Street and N. P. Avenue, deliber
ately and while in a standing position,
placed the muzzle of the gun just above
nis left temple and pulled the trigger.
A bullet crashed through his brain and
made its exit through the upper portion
Metropolitan
.Skating Rink.
NORTH BROADWAY
Open every afternoon
v.- evening
i-
GRAND
Band Concerts
jg Sunday and Tuesday Evenings,
Also New Year,**. Aftmjii^. an&,.^
Eveniag. vj
If
Children 15c Nits 28c
Season Tickets for S^le--$S-0O*
Children's Season Tic^ts Urn-
Admission afternoon even
ing when band is not
ance, 15c.
Telephone io»S|
SKATES FOR RI
tU4-''
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who are always climbing up in life*
pOR RENT—Front rooms—111 Sixth Avenue
North.
COR ENT—Furnished room and bath, with
hf
board. V.. Forum.
nNE FURNISHED ROOM to rent for gentle
men. 120J4 Broafiway.
ARGE BARN for rent, jast off Broadway
J-'
Apply Chesley Lumber Co.
CfURNISHED ROOM—Reasonsbla. 1101 Third
Avenue South. 'Phone 1060 L.
F°?r
RENT—Furnished room light, bath,
'phone. 517 Third Street North.
F°S
RENT—Furnished room with bath 25
Eighth Street North, near postoffica.
TVSVO FURNISHED ROOMB-A11 modern con
veniences. 1024 Second Avenue North,
BURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT-Lighted,
heated and bath, 814 Eighth Street South.
•pOR RENT-Eipht-room house, centrally lo
cnted. Inquire 25 Eighth Street North.
DIVE-ROOM HOUSE: all conveniences one
block west of High School. 120S Second
Avenue South.
pOR RENT—Large room on third floor Davis
1
Block. Inquire of F. A. Ball, at Ball. Wfit
son & Maclay's office.
pURNISHlED room for rent with modern con
veniences. Ladies preferred. 1114 Second
Avenue South.
Walker Bros. & Hardv.
pOR RENT-STORES—The present Quarters
•*_ of the Hall-Robertson Hardware Co., con
sisting of four stores seventy feet deep with dry
basement all heated. Possession given in Jan
uary. Enquire on the premises.
MISCELLANEOUS.
\XJ"OOD SAWYER wants work. Leave oiders
at Call office. Merrill Russell.
VXMNTED—Stenographers to get their type
writers cleaned ana repaired at the N. D.
Book and Stationery Co.
LOST.
OST—Apair of girl's skates on Fifth Avenue,
near Eighth Street South. Finder please
return, to W, J. Clapp. oftice 25 Broadway resi
dence 824 Fifth Avenue South.
OST— Oa First Avenue, between postoffie and
Broadway, a black enamel ring with dia
mond setting. Suitable reward will be given
for its return to G. C. Grafton at postoffie.
of the skull. He still stood erect. The
shot had not proved fatal. He did not
falter, however. He determined to die.
Raising the gun again in his left hand
he placed the muzzle a little lower down
on his temple this time. There was a
flash, a sharp report, the body of the
man reeled forward and then fell back
ward to the ground and all that was
mortal of William Scotch had passed
into eternity. The curtain of death had
separated him fyprp the wife and the
little ones an^.'the vicissitudes of the
world.
The tragedy was' witnessed by the two
little sons of William Ross, the janitor
at the N. P- depot, who live in the
vicinity of the stockyards. The little
fellows had justed stepped out in the
yard. They saw a man walking down
the road. Presently he stopped. They
saw a flash of light, closely followed
by the report of a pistol. In the flash
they saw that figure of a man. Scarce
ly had the echo of the first shot died
away when there was another loud re
port, and they saw the man stagger and
fall. Officer McLean was orf lower
Front Street. He heard the pistol shots
and immediately hastened to the rescue.
When he reached the body the man was
deadr and he is of the opinion that
death instantly followed the second shot,
but states that either one would have
proved fatal. One of the Ross boys has
tened to the police station and reported
the matter to Deck Sergeant Wood, who
summoned Chief Gowland and notified
the sheriff's office". Under telephonic di
rections received from Coroner Savage
the body was ordered removed to the
morgue of the Luger Furniture & Un
dertaking Co. This morning Justice E.
C. Gearey was deputized to look after
the case for the coroner and after mak
ing an investigation decided that an in
quest was not necessary. The re
mains have been turned over to local
friends of the deceased and it is quite
likely that before the sun sets tonight
they will be interred, according to Jew
ish custom and the rites of the church.
Interments are not made on Saturday
by the Hebrews and burials are always
made inside of three days after dissolu
tion in, where it is possible and no
artificial body- preservatives are allow
ed.
The deceased was about 35 years of
age and had lived in Fargo the greater
portion of the tifHe since his boyhood
days. He was married about six years
ago,'-but his domestic life was unhappy
and fdur years ago lie separaed from
his wif^ Mirs Sco*ch returning to her
paretics "in Minneapolis. About six
Scotch conducted a hardware busi
s in the city, but had financial re
jjse$ and after closing out his business
oved to Chicago. He returned to
city in October and recently formed
ship with Chas. Simons, and
hay grain business on
rei*t
HE Man "who never reads the want ads." is one
!who lacks that alert business sense which belong-s
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FOB REIT.
BURNISHED BOOMS- 505 Sixth Avennr
North.
in tHe rear of Thome's
has been in a despon
some time, and his
thai he was more gloomy
been since return
received a letter
v
whk-h |he
pvi'#%** 7V3jf?t$*j &&~t<?'ff^T i-"'
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H. AMERLAN&
S20N.P. Ave.
ftnc Per acie buys a fine quarter section,
V all under cultivation, only five miles
from the city limits of Fargo.
dO 17 Per acre for 880 acres of fine prai
%J je land, within 45 miles of the city
of Winnipeg terms cash. This is a bargain.
OA choice residence iots on Bouth side:
each 50x140 at from $125.(0 to $350 0(*
each. All within one to four block of now elec
trie car jina.
$22
At|
.50 Per acre for a fine half section
farm -in Cass County, WithiBK
two miles of station fair house, good large
barn, good granary and well. Terms only $2,000
cash, balance small annual payments or half
crop plan, with ft per cent.
Vacant Fargo City Property.
7(\
Choice Residence Lots on Sonth Side,
within one to four blocks of paving,
sewer, water and new proposed street car line
at following prices—
5 Lots $12i.00eaeh
5 Lots $150.00 each
12 Lots $200 .00 each
26 Lots $250.00 each
Choice Building Lots in Huntington'^
•V Addition—$80.00 each—within five blocks
of street car line.
2
25x150-Foot Lots on Sixth Street Sooth, oa
paving, and within 100 feet of car lina—
Price $200 00 each.
5
Choice Residence Lots, 30x150, on tha
North Side, within three blocks of Broad*
way, at $400 00 each, and one lot at $500.00.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
QAA Acre tract of wild or unimproved land
OW 3 miles northeast of Sandoun in Ran
som County, on the Soo Road will exchange
for a stock of general merchandise, groceries
or hardware.
FAR QAI OR BXCHANQE for Fargo city"
rwfl vALK property—Three fine, well-se
in western Manitoba.
property
lected half sections of land
CYf*UAkl(£C Improved Iowa farms for good
CAwnAnUSi well improved North DakoUC
or Minnesota land in Reef River Valley.
•6NAPS THAT MUST QO.
W'/!.-26-lS7-63—3%
1A£\
miles from good market
200 acres under cultivation, stnali house
and barn, plenty good water soil, rich black
loam, clay subsoil. Prico per acre $12.50.
CA good farmers wanted for choice hme
3U steals in north western part of Noith
Dakota. Call or write at onoe.
TRAVLRSE LAND COMPANY,
Dept.
E. p.
ANOELLJ
SIS N. P. Ave.
Acres in Norwegian and German settle
ment, four miles from station, in Minne
sota 40 acres heavy timber, oak and maple 80
acres meadow, balance small timber fine stock I
farm, $13.50 per acre.
CrtA Buys U-room house and barn on loi
fvwv :i5xl 50 foot, on Eighth Street South.
See me for other bargains.
HAVE YOU LAND TO SELL?
Cend us $2.00 and we will send you the
names of 1,000 roal estate men in
Miuueapolis and St. Paul, Minn. Write
Western Surety and Adjustment Com
pany, Suite 426-7-S, Andrus Bnilding,
Minneapolis, Minn.
HENRY KROQH,
720 Front Street.
Tft Choice homesteadlooa
«pjvv» tions—if taken at onoe.
AA For 5-room cottage with lots, Sec
ql
on
Avenue South.
ASllUr
eMaO Cozy cottage: barn shade trees
good location,
at once.
only $1,050 if taken
WM. HALL BEST AGENCY,
Telephone 188. 610 Front St.
1AA Six-room house, brick foundation
JVV woodshed and small barn, south
front, one block from Broadway.
$1
500 ^'x"room ^.ous*' .brick foundation.
$1,3UU pantry, cellar, closets. Lot 55x140
to alley, lawn, trees, shrubbery, stone sidewalk,
one block from Broadway.
41 OA A A modern seven-room house
$J,ZUU island Park.
$3
CAA A nine-room house on Fifth Ave
VU
nu
$3
CAA A new eight-room house on North
»3vW Broadway—east front.
paragraph of this story is a part, yes
terday morning, and it is believed that
it was this that caused him to take his
life.
The suicide is a son of the late Jacob
Scotih, who in the early days conduct
ed a tailoring establishment in this city.
The father died in Chicago a number of
years ago, leaving a large estate to the
Jewish Church and disinheriting his son.
Since his return to Fargo William
Scotch has been living with his sister
Mrs. Schaivitch, at 218 Front Street.
The body was removed to the sister's
home this morning and the funeral ser
vices will perhaps be from this resi
dence.
NEW-YEAR'S DAY IN FARGO.
Crisp and eold was the nature of the
weather in Fargo the first day of the
itew year. The thermometers ranged
from 8° td io° below zero which with
a slight breeze from the northwest
made everybody who had to b^o of
doors very active.
In a business way there was almost
an entire cessation of business—the re
tail stores, except grocers and butchers
deviated from what has been the rule
and closed the whoie of the day in
stead of half a day.
Everybody was happy and the ex
change of greetings was characteristic
that the year which has just closed has
been a satisfactory one and that a feel
of
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THE FARGO FOBUM AJ5D DAILY REPUBLICAN", FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1, 1904,
Re Estate
Pirir^ki On® Ttfe*..$0*25
Per Inch, One Week I.OO
Per Inch, One Month ... ..... 3.50
ve ot:
W. D. HODGSON,
First National Bank, Farg*.
CITY LOTS.
50X140 Foot lot sewer and water, within
Southside—$375.
C/VV1
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v
Free Booklet
drarribiug thr
MotiN* Ritcr v»lley. Be-t
of toil, ample raiufnU.
bealthirat climate plmty
nf watrr and cheap ftwl.
Farms par forth^oc^^lv^n
in onf or two tpar?. Drop
a card
North
Dakota
Farms
DOW
for hook If t.
Slmpt if 1
*r w. N.
H. a. OTIS,
Fargo National Bank Building.
QENUINE SNAPS.
Arres improved, three miles from Re
gina. Assiniboia, at $15.00 adjoining
land held at $20 00 to $25.00. This land raised
83 bushels of oats per acre in 1901.
"C*OUR sections near railroad, south of Regina,
at low price and easjr terms. There is prob
ably no better wheat land on the American
Continent.
FREE HOMES,
D. H. BENSON,
Of Roseau, Roseau Co., Minn.,
TS prepared to locate 100 or more set
tiers on good government lands
timber lands and farming lands—where
lands will be worth in a very short time
$4,000 per quarter section also deeded
lands for sale, ranging from $7 to $12
per acre, where the black loam soil is
12 inches deep, with clay sub-soil.
Plenty of timber and water.
N11land,
SECTION'S of choice North Dakota
$3.00 per acre. This tract within nine
miles «f main line N. P. Ry. Easy terms.
SOPHY LAND COMPANY.
Smith Block, Fargo, N. D.
paving close to sohool
CAY lOA Seventh Avenue 8oath, between
3"
A1 Zl/ Eleventh and Thirteenth St.—$300
'CAY 1 Foot lot. First Avenue North
1
*rV flne building spat—$300.
Aft
Foot lot, sewer and water, in
1W good locality, near school—$273.
50X140 Corner, Fourth Avenue 8outh,
close to High School—II,000.
fiftV 1
At1
Corner, Eighth Street South
paving, sewor, water, tree*—$&0.
FARM SNAP.
1 Acres, miles from Fargo 60 acre*
1 OU cultivated. Farm rented the last season
for $400 cash rent. Price for short time $26.00
per aire, with $2,500 cash.
4
AAY1 4 A Feet—Business property, Fifth
1 wUA 1 *rv street North a snap—$2,500.
25X140 Feet^— Broadway, east front
25
Feet—Business lot-with half wall right
First Avenue North—$1,800.
FOR RENT.
gARN—Near Great Northern Depot.
JJOUSE—Six rooms, warn central location
W.J.LANE,, .-V
Smith Block, Fargo, N.I).
/Al Best corner lot in the city for an apart
ment house.
"JOA Good lot on Front Street, 25x140 feet,
for *125 cash if sold at once.
101 Corner lot, 100x148, on aoathside.
$150.
in
CQ1 Good lot on Sixth Avenao North, 50x150,
large trees, south front, water and sew
er. $400.
usiness lots on Broadway. N. P. A7enue and
First Avenue North.
598
e South. Modern, except heat.
2 good lots on First Avenue North, south
front, 50x140 each $123 each.
CQ Lot on Tenth Street North, 100x130 feet,
1
east front, $i50.
566 ?J°ton
Nint^
Street North, 50x140, east
front, for only $225.
JQ O Corner lot on Third Street North, 50x140,
W" $250.
352
Lot 125x150 on Tenth Arenne Bouth,
$375.
prosperity was going to continue.
The young ladies were very happy
and were not slow to remind the boys
that this year is their s and there was
an evident determination that a pre
rogative which has bten denied them
for eight years was going to be exer
cised this year—with many of the girls
of course, especially those who have in
the interim reached the "sweet six
teen" stage, this year will be their first
opportunity to enter into the fun of
leap year amenities. One young lady
jogged the memories of some with
whom she was discussing the subject
by saying that the 16-year olds who en
joyed the last leap year are now 24*
and still single.
ROBERTS FOR TREASURER.
It Is Reported Tint the Veteran AldtnM WW
Make the Race for Ctty Treasurer.
It is given out from a faft'Tf a^her
tic source today that Jfldfe S. Rob
erts, at present serving as a city alder
man, and who is chairman of the finance
committee, will make tWWPlr*r'
treasurer at the coming
ip«|rw%W»»TO^^
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COMING EVENTS.
Friday, Jan. I.
New Yaw party S* C. E. el Prutyml« Cburcfc,
H»n4iTi Jan. 4.
Ceuoty eaeimiMtoncfS met.
Chy council
Wcdoesday. Ian 6.
Board of education m«cts.
Tburedar, Jan. 7.
Anaul meting of Muitcal Club.
Monday. Jan. I f.
Annual netting of Rivcwlde Cemetery Association
Tuesday, Jan. 19.
Grata Growers' convention convenes.
N. D. Poultry Shew.
Wednesday, )an 20.
Grain Growers' convention.
N. O. Poultry Show.
Continental Hoee Co. muqwe Ml?
Thursday,
Jam. »l.
Gttin Grower*' convention*
N. D, Poultry Shew.
Friday, Ja*
92.
Grain Growers convention.
N. D. Poultry Show.
Tuesday. Jan. 2*.
Courthm.'se bends ejection.
Note—All meetings are evenings unlesi
otherwise specified. These announcements
will be kept standing, and we shall be glad
to have notice* cent In by persona in
Interest.
CITY LOCALS,
Have Knight Printing Co., print it.
Blank books—Have Knight Printing
Co., make them.
Gunther's candies—nothing nicer—
at Fout & Porter field's.
For wood and lignite prices, car lots,
see ad of L. B. Gibbs.
There are many choice articles for
New Year's gifts at McClane's Art
Store.
Discount of 20 per cent given 011 all
pictures during the month of January.
McClane's art store.
FOR RENT-»Lar«e modern house, just
refinished, new heating plain, warm
house. Lease aud possession erivfli: Dec.
1. Apply at once. D. Fleming. WaMsrt
The true and final test of flour is
baking, visit the testing reoms of the
"Dwight Flour" mills.
For Sale—Stock of furniture and un
dertaking, doing a good business. No
competition. Must sell at pnee. K. S.
Thordarson, Edinburg, N. D.
The police linc-up for the month of
January is as follows: Days—Korsmo,
Broadway and N. P. Avenue McLean,
Front Street. Nights—McDonald,
Broadway Dahlgren, N. P. Avenue
Jackson, upper Front. Street Berg,
lower Front Street Teitgens, Third
Street.
$24.25 P«r Month
FOB ONE HUNDRED MONTHS
Without interest, boys a home in good
condition, in desirable location.
Money to loan on improved city property.
Fargo Building I aiuih Seere*
Association H.
T.
tary
All our lutrl: grade clothing in both
•iK*!i ifnl v I.* 'winced and
sold ft»r c-.-1 Mid Ics than cost rath^r
tiwn carry it over until next seaso*.
Henry E...I!, «ik*c CO., 514-516 Front
Streiet, Fargo, N. D.
Fargo socialists appropriately' ob
served the entree of the new year by
a function which the announcements
termed a "watch meeting." After an
hour or so spent in social chatting the
ladies, at 11 o'clock, served refresh
ments and as th„: new year was being
ushered in a number of short addresses
we're made under the presidency of
Win. Ballou.. The speakers were
Messrs. Bassett, Crowell, Dahlquist,
Massey aud Mills. The gratifying state
ment was made that the local organ
ization of the party was free from debt.
Freeman's Studio
is well equipped for doing your
Christmas work-^-No dissapoint
ment if you come in season. All
work guar a n e e satisfactory.
"Where are yotj bound for in such
a hurry?" asked Mrs. Fairfax. "Over
to Marvin Earl Cox's Beauty Parlors.
I am going to Mrs. Gold Rox's min
uet party tonight and want to shine at
my best." replied Miss Fairose. "Do
come along, and while we have our
hair shampooed and dressed in the
latest fashion we can talk over the
evening's gayeties. for you know they
do such exquisite work there." And so
these ladies departed for what should
iif Ifor1 cK
c*(y
be the Mecca of every woman, who
lakes an interest in her toilet.
Cook, signs—opp. Masonic Temple.
For Erickson's photo studio 'phone
664 L.
FARM LOANS
Payable On or Before.
At Lowest Rates.
UL ft. LMMN, Far* Rail
Drink Erdcl's freshly roasted coffee.
It's a good habit.
Try ground oyster shells and grist,
egg food for chickens, at Stanford's.
AH m^kes of typewriters cleaned, re
paired, rented or sold at the North
Dakota Book & Stationery Co.
Builders' Supplies for big and little
contracts: wall-plaster, lime, cement,
etc. N. D. Tile Works. Front Street
Trunks, bags, suit cases. We have
decided to close out this line of goods
at cost. Call early. W. H. Stewart &
Co., corner of Broadway and N. P.
Avenue.
NOTICE—J. W. Searing, P. O. Box
330, Fargo, N. D., will duplicate all
offers of bargains in subscription* to
periodicals. All enquiries promptly
answered.
Fargo College Conservatory of Mu
sic will open for registration of stud
ents, for the winter term, next Wed
nesday, Jan. 5. A large enrollment is
expcctod
W. H. Stewart & Co. has bought out
Hunt & Whisnand's harness business
at the corner of Broadway and N. P.
Avenue where the company will be
found hereafter.
Former Governor John Young Brown
of Kentucky, noted in politics and on the
turf, is seriously ill at Henderson, Ky.
His son and namesake, a physician of
high reputation, is in attendance upon
him. but has little hope of his recov
ery.
If our word is no good with, you. we
will show you our original invoices.
We are bound to sell all our high
grade clothing both for men and boys.
Henry Hance Co. 514-516 Front Street,
Fargo, NVD.
Masonic Temple Souvenir
PRICE 76 OF NTS
Oan be had of J. O. McKon
dry at T«mple, or at Forum
Offloe.
It'isn't how much cold cream a wo
man puts on her face but how mu^h
Rocky Mountain Tea she takes inside
that brings out real beauty. Rocky
Mountain Tea complexions stay.
cents. Fout & Porterfield.
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WHAT OTHERS SAY*
C. H. Mitchell: A while ago "Efc*
Mayor" Johnson gave us some "trot
tin' boss statistics" which although
rather ancient, were very amusing to
the boys that are posted. In last even
ing's Forum he tells us that he heard
Adelina Patti sing in Stillwater in
1857
that she was then 19 years
old. As a matter of fact, she was born
in 1843 and would have been 14 years
old at that time. She made her debut
in New York in 1859 and it was after
that that she toured the United States.
If the "ex-Mayor" intends to keep the
public informed 011 these important
events he should get a new almanac.
During the spring campaign the figurft
must be. correct.
A Dane: Although an adopted citi-'
zen of these United States I feel a nat»
ural pride in my fatherland and not^
withstanding the great strides in scten*
tific and remunerative farming in this
country I think that little Denmark
leads the world in scientific dairyti)^
and agriculture and most remunerat
ively. Most of the farms are from five
to twenty-five acres and arc owned by
the peasantry. About half the land
in oats, hay. pasture and root crops
for the horses, milch cows and sheep.
In proportion to her size, she has more
cattle than any other country in Et*»
rope. Strict sanitary conditions are
enforced in the dairying industry, and
the cows are examined every inont|gr
Most of the steam butter factories arf
co-operative, and Danish butter brings
the highest prices in the foreign mar
kets. Great Britain alone buys ov£|
$33,000,000 worth annually.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY/
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c.
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