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Wednesday
Thursday
I
May 30-31
Three Performances Dally
3U30, 7x30 and 9 o'clock
D* Orpheum
V a n e v i e
Presenting the best acts In vaudeville.
Beautiful Illustrated soncs sunt by Amer«
lea's most famous Illustrated song singer
O I N N E
The latest up-to-the-minute aMvtag pic
ture*. Including scenes of tha
'Frisco Earthquake
Bargain Prices
Xfc
chi£.'.
Get the Habit:
Continuous Au
tomatic Drama
and Vaudeville
7 till 11 p. i
Praframms for Monday, Tutsday and Wodnosday.
TRAIN WRECKERS
Prehistoric Ants. Metallurgy. Prof.
Den't fall to the Train Wreokar#
final Sensational Feature fiPm.
Admission 10c. Children 5c at afternoon
lfl rformancn.
4. N. RMtaafe, •. •. EllzaMt Madlaak, •.»
DRS. RINDLAUB
SPECIALISTS.
•TB. KAR. NOSE AND THROAT
FARGO, N. D.
dsl.ew liwii Block, epposHa N. P. Purt.
Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat
HOSPITAL
A. BEAUDOUX, M.D.
SPECIALIST.
Pargo, N. D.
Practice Limited to Diseases of
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
HOSPITAL!
OFFICE: 25 Eighth St. North.
Edwards Mfg. Opposite
Third floor. Presbyterian Cbnrch.
Drs. Basye & deLendrecie,
OSTEOPATHS Fargo
and Infirmary of
CHIRO-PRACTIOS Osteopathy
Katabllshod slrifp May 10th, ISSiT, at
101 KUhtli Street South, Far^o, N.
D. All curable disease! successfully
treated without drug*.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ATTORNEYS.
BARN PITT ft RICHABDSOW, AT*OR~
nrva at Law. Offices, 4 and S Morton
building, Broadway,
BORKRTS, AUOU8TTJB, HBNDRRSON
Rlnck, Broadway, Fargo. Probate prac
tice a specialty.
LFItf. ARTHUR B., ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices, rooms 1. 2, 3, No. 1ft Broadway,
FarKo. I'ractlcca In all courts.
HI UN ICR, H. R„ ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices in Kdwarils Building, Broadway.
Practices In all courts.
MILLER, HKNRY F., ATTORNHY AND
Counsellor at Law. Over Fargo National
Bank Block, Fargo.
BOTUNSON. J. E.. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
812 Front Street, Fargo. Practices In all
courts. Tax cases a specialty.
SCOTT, W. A., ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices second floor Morton Block* Broad
way. Fargo, N. D. j»
PHYSICIANS.
IWR. PAHL SORKNBSS, PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Office over 604 Front Street
Far»co.
%R, P. H. BURTON, PHYSICIAN AND
Biirgeon. Office over Font & Portcrfleld's
drutt store. Phone 1038 office 1038-H
residence.
"DR. C. N. CALLANDER, PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Office, deLendreeie Block.
Hours: 11 to 12. 3 to 6, 7 to 8. Tel.
845 K office 845-L residence.
DARROW ft WEIBLH. PHYSICIANS
I and Hurtccons. Office deLendreele Block,
corner Seventh Street South and Front
Office hours: 8 to 0 and 7 to 9 p. m..
Fariro. N. D.
DR A. C. MORRIS. PHYSICIAN AND
P'.irg"on. Office over Wllser's drng store.
HOS Front Street. Hour#: ft to 13, 2 to
'R snd 7 to 8. Telephone 10*8.
UNDERTAKERS.
-AND LICENSED EMRALMER—FtTNWR
a I Supplies. J. F. Rice, 8 South Broad
way. Office south of Moody's stor#
D. S. S. A A. Rates.
American Academy of Medicine,
June 2-4, 1906.
National Association Of U S. Pen
sion Examining Surgeons, Jane 4-5,
**06.
American Medical Association, Jtine
6-S, 1908.
First Church of Christ Bclentist,
June 10-17, 1906.
Boston, Mac*.
Account the above mp*»tfns^t at Bos
ton, Mass., the Duluth, South Shore &
fle,
lantic railway,will have tickets on
May 30 to June 9 to Boston and
*#turn at rate of $26.00.
.- Tickets can be extended for return
jpfcssagp until July 15, 1906.
Combination rail and lake routes
available with these excurslona.
'For full particulars and sleeping car
jfctcommodation, apply to,
A. J. I'errin* General Agent,
410 Spalding Hotel Block, Duluth,
Minn.
TUB TAW6 FORUM''
NORTH DAKOTA KERNELS
A "new gang" enthusiast saysif the
outfit Just had a leader it would do
up the "old gang." The trouble with
tile "new gang" seems to be It h^s too
many "leaders"—such as they are.
A. C. Reineke, formerly of The
Grand Forks Plttindealer, and now
conducting a job printing house at the
Forks, is said to be corralling a large
portion of the wealth in that section.
SMgMs)
The Tribune warns the people of
Nome against the evils of gossiping.
Z. L. Bowen, a practical printer, has
purchased The Abercrombie Herald,
which has been struggling along in a
half hearted manner for months. His
lirst issue Is a great improvement.
(SMS)—®
There is some opposition In Foster
to giving increased powers to the
county court.
gHjMs)
It is said the "new gangsters" sent
out literature to a lot of very busy
farmers and not all of it was per
used.
The Grandln Chronicle is still being
issued—without local matter.
The Bathgate Pink Paper s&yS Ed
itor Hager of St. Thomas has joined
lie grangers and purchased a farm in
western Walsh county.
SM2M3)
There is said to have been a scarc
ity of good barley seed ih many sec
tions of the state as a result of the
increased acreage of that grain this
year.
The recent weather may not have
been the best for some crops but
wheat has been especially favored.
It is claimed there will be two sets
of delegates in Walsh county after all,
despite the recent announcement that
the dove of peace was doing business
in that section.
The Miltoh Globe thinks Fargo Is
long on "easy marks."
J. S. Gogin of Osnabrock dislikes
the manner in which State Senator
Plain changed his politics, and has a
lengthy article in The Milton Globe.
It Is said that at least one judge in
the state Imagines he is a U. S. sena
torial possibility and is sweating blood
just now over the haunting fear that
he will miss the band wagon.
The farmers of Traill county
meet In Hillsboro June 2.
The St. Thomas Times
on its twenty-fifth year.
are
..
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Editor Hughes of The Wah'peton
Gazette thinks he has be6ftl,'hoodboed.
His office was robbed twice, some fel
lows recently collected money on subs
and no* fcIs typewriter^ lnus been
swiped. a.,«/,
A half a dozen Wahpelon boys were
arrested ort the charge of stealing a
grip. Two of them were bound over
to the district court.
COoperstown will have a tlflse june
8 at the old settlers' meeting. An ox
will be barbecued and there will be
an Interesting programme of sports.
Major Belden, the new Indian agent
at Standing Rock, seems to have made
a good Impression right from the
start.
®—SMS)
Now that the petitions for office—
except legislative—have all been filed,
the campaign can begin in earnest.
Editor Falley of Wahpeton is on the
Richland county republican delegation.
A Richland county farmer had his
sdn arrested for assault and the Jury
ame darned near convicting the boy
because he had not licked his brutal
father to a fare-you-well-Brother
Watkins, sah.
If about 1 p'er«iht~rrf theWlijtietting
plants are ever operated that are pro
moted, North Dakota will have fuel
for the entire west for the next £en
tury.
A Grand ForkB man hi* tiilKed Vtis
wife to a frazzle and she is a nervous
wreck. The neighbors—the men—want
to buy the bubble a gold medal.
Every man has u right to think" for
himself, but most of the "new gang
sters" seem to think thfcy should think
for eterybody else.
G)—*®—-(8)
A preacher in the southern part of
the state claims there is no room for
old maids in heaven. The other placc
will certainly be hell if they aU go
there.
A Fargo woman read of the New
Jersey girl who wanted the town por
liced by women and applied for a job.
ffc
The state board of university and
school lands has ordered a reapprais
al of the school and institution lands.
In accordance with such order the
county appraisal board, consisting- of
the chairman of the c-.Ounty board, the
county superintendent and the Coun
ty auditor, have quite a Job on their
hands, as they are expected to person
ally visit each tract and examine tt so
as to appraise it intelligently
4
SMS)-®
An artesian well company started
work on Monday on Sheldon's munici
pal well. The machinery, with a six
horse power gasoline engine as mo
tive force, is running night and day
with shifts of two men each, with n
boss in addition. The drill is at pres
ent down 228 feet. A big rock that
was struck caused a lot of trouble.
It Is hoped that an adequate fto# of
water will be struck at a depth of
700 feet. The well Is a three-Inch one.
'TT
A N n A 7
to
has
atarted
It Is reported at St. Thomaa there
are seven legislative candidates la that
district.
Road overseers are beginning to get
busy.
The state G. A~R~and W. It. C. en
campments are to b6 held at Bis
marck June 27 and 28.
There Is a hot scrap at Bismarck
over the election of a county com
missioner.
There will be no June tpm^ 0B|urt
in Richland.
4
Y
Ti*
JUKE
raw
New Rules Regarding the Method of
Making Proofs on Land
Filings.
officials of the toptA, landofHce
have1received a circular froitrthe com
missioner of the general landoffice in
which is noted a number of important
changes in the rules for the making
of final proofs. The rules set forth in
a circular, Issued July 17, 1889, are re
voked and hereafter the following
rules will be effective:
1. Final proofs in all cases where
the same are required by the general
land laws or regulations of the depart
ment, mUst be taken in accordance
with the published notice provided,
however, that such testimony may be
taken within ten days following the
time advertised in cases where acci
dent or unavoidable delays have pre
vented the applicant or his witnesses
from making such proof on the day
specified.
2. Where final proof or any part
thereof has not been taken on the. day
advertised, or within ten days there
after under the exceptions and as re
quired in Rule 1, you will direct new
advertisement to be made and if no
protest or objection is then filed the
proof theretofore submitted, if in com
pliance with the law in other respects,
may be accepted.
3. If the testimony of either claim
ant or witness is taken at a different
place than that advertised the com
missioner may, if in his opinion same
is required, cause new advertisement
for the proof to be taken at such place
as he may deem advisable, or If in his
opinion new advertisement is unneces
sary, and no protest or objection has
been filed, the proof theretofore sub
mitted, if regular in all other respects,
may be accepted without further tes
timony.
4. When a witness not named in
the advertisement is substituted for
kn advertised witness, unless two of
the advertised witnesses testify, re
quire new advertisement of the names
of the witnesses who do testify at such
time and place as you may dtrect and
if no protest or objection is then filed,
the proof theretofore submitted, If sat
isfactory in all other respects, may be
accepted.
5. When final proof Is taken before
an officer not named In the advertise
ment, It may be accepted if otherwise
sufficient, provided the proof is taken
at the time and place designated in
the printed notice, or within ten days
thereafter under the exceptions pro
vided in rule 1 and provided further,
that both the officer advertised to take
such proof and the officer taking same
shall officially certify that no protest
was at any time filed before him
against the cl&imarri's entry.
6. Evidence Of declaration of inten
tion to become a citizen of the United
States or other evidence necessary to
establish citizenship of foreign-born
applicants should be received only
when under the hand and seal of the
proper Officer of the court in which
such papers appear of record. How
ever, where it is shown that the Judi
cial record has been lost or destroyed,
proof of citizenship in such cases may
be established under the rules govern
ing the Introduction of secondary evi
dence.
7. When proof Is made before the
register or receiver and the final cer
tificate does not bear the date of proof,
the register must indorse on the back
of the final certificate of entry, at the
time of its issuance, a brief statement
of the reason for the delay in issuance
of final papers, the indorsement to be
in each instance signed by the regis
ter. If the delay was caused by fail
ure of applicant to tender the money
or other consideration at the time of
making proof, additional evidence
must be furnished showing that the
claimant had not, at date of certificate,
transferred the land, which evidence
may consist of his affidavit taken be
fore some officer authorized, to admin
ister oaths. In cases where it ap
pears that the delay in issuance of
lnal papers was not the fault' of the
claimant, the proofs being otherwise
regular, the commissioner of the gen
eral landoffice may In his discretion
pass same to patent.
8- When proof Is mjside. before any
officer other than the register or re
ceiver a reasonable time will be al
lowed for the transmission of papers
to the local office, and if a longer In
terval Is shown between date of proof
and date of certificate, If the proof Is
otherwise sufficient and the record
contains no reason for the delay, the
fegister will indorse upon the back
of the final certificate the statement
Hjjuired by rule 7 and If such delay
was the fault of the claimant, require
jthe additional e^ldfe^cfe pffescrltfed by
yule 7.
9. When final pMof has been ac
cepted by the local officers prior to
promulgation of this circular, if In
pther respects satisfactory except that
the register and receiver have fatted
to submit an explanation as to dfelay
in issuance of Anal papers as required
Iby rul4 7, ihe commfsSionef" at the
general londoffh e may, if in his opin
ion t'le facts arid cirCufnstdrtces so
warrant, nass tfie. cages' to patent in
the absence of o'ftffer "ooje~6tiofi.
Warif Coortan.
tta nktMAW fcws: "tfo^an,
formerly Wf Ll^erfrOdd, now a travel
ing salesmnh' frvu- a Wholesale liqtior
Jiduse, wns taken into eusto*dy by
Marshal Heley last Thursday eveWiiik
on the strength Of a circular from the
State Ranker*!' Association ''stating
(hat Coon&n was wanted for passing
forged'Checks at various points in the
fctate and drtHvn on the $tate Sank
of Tolley. The ^fesocfatioft evidently
did not want Coonin very badly, for
they failed to send an officer to take
charge of him and after four days'
conflnemerit 'life Nvas* released."
'4Wie Par# Pltii Ori* Dolttir*
Chicago to Boston and return via New
York or direct route. The Lake Shore
will sell on May 21 to June 9, inclu
tickets to. Boston and return at
above route, fteturh limit by deposit,
July 15—stopover of ten days at New
York on tickets reading via New York
on return trip. Write H. W. Browne,
N. W. P. A., 340 Robert street., St.
Paul, Minn. Warren J. Lynch, pas
senger traffic manager, Chicago.
WpHBTJCAIT, TUKSPAY EVEX1NG* MAY 29. lOOrt.
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AT THE FLAY HOUSE
May 80-31—Viudevlllfe.
There is Such a diversity of %ntcr
talnfhent offered in the performa?!
to bte given by the Orjfihfedm Vauu
vjitle Co., at the Fargo operahou
Wednesday ahd Thursday, that every
one is sufe to hrid something they will
enjoy. The fidson up-to-tHfe-minui.
moving pictures, which includes th.
San Francisco disaster, are alofte y.
Tiyorth the small admission charge i
As a special attraction this week um
management have securfed Al!
Doone and Edna Keeley who will ap
pear in the charming dramatic pljiv
let entitled Sweet Molly O. Corinnc
America's famous illustrated sent?
singer who will render the beautif i«
and pleasing war sohg, Baby Bine.
The popular singing and dancing Ir
comedian Bobby Mack. Addison end
Livingston in the comedy skit, entin
ed A Debut iri Vaudeville. Thr
performances dally 2:30, 7:30 and
o'clock. Admission 25 ceota* child
ren 10 cents. Get the habit.
bl+Y of
Ashland.'
It, Harbor Boosted as the FlriMt on
tha Lakes.
Ashliftd, Wis., May T!-
Forum: In view Of the fact, tJmt
many of the farmers In North Dak :i
intend to visit the city of Ashlsn
soon, I thought it would be a gv i
a n o e e k n o w s o e i n
this place. I lived in Fargo
fifteen years and know many of ilu
o i n e n e n o y o u i y a n
cinity, and they will vouch for th.
truth of my statements.
This will be the first excurs.
which the Northern Pacific has ev
run to Ashland, and tt will give h.
people of North Dakota their fhrt
opportunity of viewing, by day, 'm
largest and most beautiful hart' !,
not only of Lake Superior, but of in
entire chain of the Great lakes, if
e w o n e u i i e s o i a o
s
v i
Walter S. Cfreea.
Paoe.
Page,\~ |L D., May ,The
Forum: Patrick Long and" Leo
Woodward were arrivals last week
from Fargo, where they attended a
business college.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodbuiy and
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ellsworth are re
joicing over the arrivals of a daughter
each, at their respective homes last
week.
Miss Kate Scanlan, sister of our
popular doctor, has bought the stock
in the Ladies' store from Chas. Sturr
and will conduct the business ih the
future.
Mrs?. E. Q. Carver is visiting
friends in Fargo.
Mrs. Fred Luclen. has been quite 111
the past week from a severe cold, but
is better at this writing.
The dance given under the auspices
of the Page Burro club, Friday even
ing was well attended regardless of
the rain. Music was furnished by the
Casselton orchestra, fell report a most
enjoyable time.
Sunday at 3 p. m., a union memor
ial day service was held in Dickin
son operahouse, Rev. C. A. Foley of
the First Baptist church and Rev.
W. R. Hart of the M. E. church of
ficiating. Both gentlemen are good
speakers and the service was appre
ciated by the large congregation
which greeted them.
Decoration day will be observed
here in appropriate manner and all
are invited to be present who can
come. An elaborate programme has
been arranged and we are sure all will
lonjt remember the occasion.
E EVERY TEN
i
waukee, Cleveland, Detroit and But
fa!o had a natural harbor, ectual to
Ashland, it would be worth millions
of dollars to them. The government
has spent S25,000,000 in order to miH e
a safe harbor at Duluth, but in spite
of all their tvork, last fall fifteen
the largest ships on the Great Lakes
went to pieces on the rocks near Du
luth, while all the boats headed for
Chequamegan Bay, on Which Ash
land is located, reached safety in that
terrible storm of November. This
harbor is eighteen miles iri length and
seventeen rtiiies wide and is protect
ed by the twelve beautiful Apostle
Islands, with natural ehterances from
One-half to one rfiile wide.
'V^e haVe several excursion boats
which could take you out amortff the
islands and give you an opportunity
to see the elevator site picked out,
list March, by your committee to
store the grain raised In North Da
kota. There a*e many attractions to
be seen here among which is the
largest charcoal glass furnace in the
world. There are flso three jatrge
irojj'ore docks and one of the finest
high school buildings in the state, of
which I enclose you a photograph.
There are several extensivfe saw mills
and the Coal docks are worth in
spection, and since the Northern Pa
cific has granted the same rate on
coal going west as that enjoyed by
Duluth, this iine of business will rap
Idl^ increase from Ashland. We hope
that a large number of the farmers
of North Dakota will avail them
selyes of this opportunity, and we
know that Ashland will entertain all
of you royalljr.
1
Genevive R.
of Twe Great Cities.
New Ydrk World: The net debt of
LopdOn is $225,000,000 that of New
York Wfts $421,557,114 last November.
The budget of the London county
council for one year is$50,000,00(1 that
of Ntew York, including some costs
not bbrrte in London by the council, is
more than twice as great. They .growl
In London about e£tdilvdgalt&.'
tt&w Luxury Relieves Faligtfi.
When traveling long distances noth
ing Is more essential to comfort than
exquisite decorations, elegant wood
work aild pleasing color effects In tap
estries. All such detail, electric lights,
periodicals, papers and the latest
books make the trip to California via
the iTniOh Pacific & r&e pleasure In
stead of a tiresome jourriev.
For Illustrated booklets about Cali
fornia, rates or any Information ad
dress H. F. Carter, T. P. A., 37« Rob
ert street, 8t, Paul, Mlttn.
COMMERCIAL COURSE.
Coilene Will Put in a New
Course of Study*
Fargo college will have a new
course of study next year. This will
be a commercial course similar to the
one which is to be established In the
high school. For some time commerc
ial subjects have been taught in the
preparatory department but according
to the plans which have just been
completed by the faculty a full four
years' commercial course combining
ail the features of a business educa
tion with preparation for college will
next year be offered to the students.
Bookkeeping, typewriting, stenogra
phy and comriiercial arithmetic will be
taught in this course and particular
stress will be laid on English which
will be made one of the principal fea
tures.
It is felt that this new course will
meet the needs of those who desire to
secure a practical education which
will prepare them for business and at
the same time fit them to enter col
lege. The course is to be no Sinecure.
It will be made equally as hard as reg
ular academic courses so that the
students taking it will be as well
equipped mentally when they cdme to
take up college work as those who
have completed any other course.
The college catalogue for the year
1906-7 is now in the Hands of the
printer and will be out in a few days.
It will contain a list of students and
graduates and will, show among other
things an Increase in the number of
students enrolled and a decided in
crease in the number who are taking
regular college work with the inten
tion of graduating, while the number
of special students who aje only tak
ing a few subjects hag materially de
creased. This is hailed by the col
lege authorities as a good sign as they
do not encourage students taking only
one or two subjects except in cases
tohere they are otherwise employed
and are endeavoring to earn their way
through college.
Interchangeable Miftage Boolcs.
The Northern Pacific railway has
frlaeed on sale 5,000 mile mileage
tjooks good on its main line and bran
ches east of Beach, N. D., and also
good on Great Northern railway east
of Mondak, Mont., at 2 cents per mile.
Also 3,000 mile books at 2% cerits per
mile with refund of cent. Excess
baggage books with face value of $60
and good on both roads will be sold
for $48. J. E. Johnson, agent.
'Brutal Frftfflfr.
tLMglrtcood Broadaxe: Albert Bre
zecka, a fprnter living 12 miles south
of town, riiade complalht against his
Son Frank, charging hirri with As
sault and battery. The case w$s tri
#d before justice Flint, jury of 12
fceing impanelled. The evidferice of
both parties showed that it ^vas a pase
of self-defense, 'f'he father w&s plow
ing and the son, Itavihg decided to
leave h'lm, carrie out to the field and
asked him fo't mtfney he thought was
coming .to him- The 6$ man re
sponded by grabbing a m6rikey
wrtmclf oft the plo\v ttM landing on
the boy with it. While thef wfere to
gether the boy landed a jolt on the
old man with his fist. In the trial
both testified that when the boy was
about II years old he t-an to a
neighbor's for two d&ys. The old
man's way o'f brih&irig him hotrie was
characteristic: H£ caught the boy,
tied a strap afound his. neck, then
mounted his horse ahd rodl home
dragging the l$d after him. When he
got home he "corrected" hirri with
the strap off a heck yolce, buckle end
ih action. Of course the jury found
for the boy—"not guilty" and rfelt
like reproving Htm for not putting
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EQUIVALENT TO $2.500.WV
.JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA,
TlJe St. Jeteph ot St. John's Academy, Jamestown.
North Dakota, have inaugurated a Contest for Four Magnificent
Prizes, which will be awarded to four of the most worthy young
ladies of the state.
The young lady receiving the greatest number of votes will get
the first prize—A Four Yeara* Course and Board lit tihtfc A&ftdteffiy.
The one receiving the second highest number of votes will
receive the second prize—A Three Years' Course and Board the
next, a Two Years' Course and Board, and the next, a One Year's
Course and Board.
The Course includes the Regular Grammar or High School Studies and
Piano Lessons.
Those wishing to enter th^ Contest arc requested to apply at the earliest
possible moment to the Committee on Contest, that they may receive full
instructions how to proceed.
The Committee on the Academy Contest at a meeting held April 4th,
1506, formulated the following rules which will gdvern the contest and be
strictly adhered to:
All applications to enter the Contest must be addressed to the Committee
In charge, and must be accompanied by references of at least two persons
from their respective town or city.
Each contestant will be required to make 'returns to the Committee on
Saturday of each week and the vote will be announced Iri the Dally arid
Weekly newspapers throughout the state, at least every two weeks, except
the last thirty days of the Contest, when it will be announced every week.
Votes cannot be transferred from Orie contestant to another.
(10)
CENTS COUNTS FOR ONE (1) VOTE.
I All moneys must be forwarded in bank drafts, postal or express money
'orders, payable to St. John's Academy, and mailed to Andrew Blewett
Secretary, Jamestown, North Dakota who will issue receipts for the same.
The date on which this Contest will close, will be announced later.
The Committee will meet once a week and check up remittances and pre
pare announcements of the vote for, publication.
I A LIEBER,
IftoM-. ANDREW BLEWETIf
J. H. SEVERN, President,
C. A. KLAUS,
C. F. RATH MAN,
Committee in Charge of Owrest.
the old man oht ot commission When
he was at it.
Heard at the Garage.
Life: Boy—Mr. Smith is telep'htth
ing for his machine. Can you send
it to him tdday?
Head man—Don't see how We can
Why, this machine is tlie oitljr onW
around here fit to use!
Head man—Don't see' how fee cfttf.
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Trains t-Daily
FROM
ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS
FOR
Mllwauktt,
CMoaee and
all Eastern
Mi Southern Points.
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Wisconsin
Gentral Railway
&r Further Information Ask Yot»
Nearest T'dcet Agect, or %rlte
JAS. C. POND,
6» P. A., Milwaukee* Wis.
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350 Rooms With All Modern
Improvements
tHE
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LARGEST AND
JEST KEPT HOUSE
IN WASHINGTON FOR
tRICES CHARGED.-'
CENTRAL IN ITS LOCATION.
Convenient to all lines of Street Cars,
Churches, Public Buildings and Point*
of Interest, jt jk Jt jl Jt
Steam He it and Electric
light
out the Entire House.
through­
RATES.'
American Plan, $2.90 to $400
per dajr.
European Plan, $1.00 p»r dfty
and upward.
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GEO. F. SHUTT, Manager.
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