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*1H W! CENTRAL Dr. r. E. Ball. D-. J. L. Grtvca, Dr. John H. Oromb DENTIST* HlIMM 8 t» IX, Plrsl National Baak Btocfe. TtbphMi 363-L. Or. B. L. SUrliH^, D«bIU« Ufilce: Room 6, deLendraole Block. Ooruer Front and 1th Street 80., Pars0 E N I S Dr. F. A. BricRvr. 10 IrMSway, war CSrletlaaeea's Prat ftWS. Dr. C. L. ROM, Daatlat, Percelaln FI'Hnr. Porcelain Crown aatf Bridge Work 1 Specialty. Offlaa: Third Floor, Kiiwards Halldlng. DR. r. li. WEIBLE, Sulta 1-2. Tel. 10M-L, 614 Front St. DR. FRANCES C. ROSE., 8p«cialta*. IHseases of Women and Chlldran. Office—Third Floor Edwards Huildlng. Drs. F. H. Bailey & Kachelmacher, 8PPCIALISTS BYE). EAK, NOSH AND THROAT. Fargo, North Dakota. Darrow "ospital MOORHRA i Beat Equipment aod Nurses. Ac commodating all Physicians and Patkats. 'PHONE 180-L. gTH?N TlJVie F. S. W. BRANCH. •T*aves fi !W «. m. •Return* 7:05 p.m. •Dally except Sunday. ••Via Rraluerd. All other truliiH dully. Through tlcketw to all polott* In the Hnlted Htates, Canada. Alaska, China aud Japan. •. M. Cleland, 1. P. A.. St. Paul, Minn. J. K. JOHNSON. A*ent. St. Paul and Dulutti Sleepera are ran on Train 8. ,/tiWf ihl wdrunlaau. mat, PAkUO. N. 1)., JAN. 8th, 190*. (JOJNU KAHT No. 2. Ferfpis KhIIs, 8t. Pnnl x6.55 am 14. Wahiiotou. tSion* City Paid Up Capital and Surplus $150,000 orricc GARDNER, N. D. ARCUSVILLE, N. D. HARWOOD, N. D. MAPLETON, N. D. HORACE, N. D. WARREN, N. D. WOODS, N. D« Bt. I'mul, L'liluth 8.00 am 18. Ht. Cloud, St. 1'iuii 10.00 am 10. Wahpetou, Bt. Paul xlO.38 pm OOlNO WEST No, 9. Or. Prks. Miuot. VVpeg x4.55am 111. Croo'i tuu, lnl. Wpeg 5.00 am I. Oriental Limited, Butte, Bpokaua, Meat tie aud coast ptiiutu 1S.52 pm FABGO-ANKTA Leaven ti.'jO pm Arrives lO.liS am z Daily. Others Daily Except Bnnday. Bleeping ear reservation, tickets and information from J.L.ROHAN, a cent. AT FARGO—RETAIL YARDS AT LEONARD, N. D. FARMINGTON, N. D. SHELDON, N. D. BUTT2VILLF, N. P. LISBON, N. D. DWIGHT, N. WAHPETON, N. b. WILD RICE, N. D. Orders taken at general office in rargo for all of the above yard*. TRAINS. FARQO. WBSTBOUND. 5:25 p. ra. 6:00 a. in. R: i5 p. til. No. 1. "North Const Limited No. 8. Pacific Express ••No, 5. Minnesota Loenl ... ,,» p. m. Mo. 7. Dak. & MIn 11. Kxpri'ss 7:30 a. m. EASTBOUND. Wo. 1 "North c.mst Mmlt.'d" 7:10 a. m. No. 4. Twin City Kxpresa ... 11:10 p. ni. ••No. 6. Minnesota Locni 9:40 a. m. 10.8, Dak. & Man. Express .... 9:40 p. tsr It I AlMKi, N. (). i & ucs:-r.s Copyrights 4c. Anyone n a sketch otsd dosci li»Um mar quickly a- i 1 1 our opinion fre« w ln-t ln au Invention iDaMv pntcnlalile. O n tnuniciv^ ttoiis Hi ru'tly eonU'tent tal. HANDBOOK on Patents Miit I'reu aneiicy inr sei urmg patents. Patents taken throtiirh Mu1.11 & Co. receive t$ecial iwtlce, without chrtrk'O, in the Scientific American. A uslrntc. v I hl'PsI cir cu iinv tourna.1 1'i'n.s a, B..,rOffice,Mi.'Uintilin iiniit Us, $(. Sold by "icivH.i.-.-iicr'i UNN & Co ®6,Broadwa'fallNew York Branch 6SE& K Bt.. Wasblniit jn. D. C. Forum Want Ads Get Results. Is no sumption TOT raww JWRTTK IINtOItP'OIWCD 1899. HICKSON, N. D. MOORETON, N. D. BARNEY, N. D. PERLEY, MINN. GEORGETOWN, MINN ELMER, MINN. COMSTOCK, MINN. WOLVERTON, MINN. a o o u And Dally Republican. THE FORUM PRINTING CO. A.«. EOWMDS, Editor. H. C. PLUMiEY, Maaa«er. VOLUME XXIX No. 170. Entered at postoffice as second class matter. The Kargo Foruin and Republican Is published every evening except Sunday, In the Loyal Knights Temple, First Avenue North, Knr^o, N. D. Subscription-The Farsro Forum and Dully Kvpublicau, by onrrler, 15c per week, or -We per month. In advance $5 per year. The Fargo Foruin aud Weekly Republican, $1 per year. The Fargo Forum and Xatur day Republican, $2 per year. Single copies r#c. Subscribers will tlnd the date to which they liuve paid, printed opposite their nuiiies on their address slips. Address all communications to The For um, Furgo, N. D. TITRSDAY, June r, 1f)0C. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CASS COUNTY FORUM TELEPHONE CALLS. Business Offioe 504L Composing Room 504M Editorial Room G39L Local Reporters and New* Room 639M TIME CABD. Trains Arm*. N. P.—From east. 5:15 p. m., 1:80 a. m., 5:40 a. rn., 5 p. m. N. P.—From wast, 7 a. m., 9:30 a. m., 7:80 p, m., 10:55 p. m. F. a. W.—From west, 7:05 p. m. C., M. A- St. P.—From south, 12:01 p. m. and p. m. U. N. —From- east, 4:55 a. m., 5:52 p. m., 8:00 p. in., 5:45 p. in. G. N.- From west, 0:55 a. m., 10:88 p. m„ li. N.—Arrives 10 p. in. Tralna Depart N. P.—Onlng east. 7:10, 9:40 a. m.f #:40 and 11:10 p. in. N. P. Golug west. 6. 7:90 a. m., 5:25 p. m., 5:,!5 p. F. & S. W|—Going west, 8:30 a. m. C. M. & St. P.—Going south, 7 a. m., and 7:40 p. ni. v.- (ioinir "ast. 0:55 a. m., 8 a. no.. 10.00 a. in., 10.38 p. m. O. a.- Going Meat, 4:55 p. m. CARD a. m., wonder that the con of meat is falling off, when the report of the president's commis sion is considered. It is nauseating. 1*3^ Senator Gorman's aspirations for the presidency have been ended by his death. He has long aspired to be the democratic nominee for position. Editor Stoeltlng now denies that he has received any money from the insurgents. He ought not to have made this statement privately and then con 11 1 diet it publicly. c3TThe Chicago Record Herald calls mention to the omission of Pullman ins In the various public services 1'imposed to be controlled by the n^w i.ite bill. Why is this thus? ia"The army proved that it was a 11 ful adjunct to the government in listing to care for those in need at .rn Francisco after the great disaster, lie officers and men are entitled to a i iat deal of credit. t^The Mexican strikers will un doubtedly discover that they have at 1 1 'ked the wrong man In rAWD Even a and 8:62 Moorhcad Northern—Departs 5 a. m, CJ. N. to Aneta Iepai ts 6:'J0 p. m. G. N. Arrives from Aneta-10:25 a. Ik it®" Fargo has not been much dis commoded by the telephone strike, but everybody flad that tlie tnubte 1h over. it not best to name men whom you know and can trust, instead of those that you have to tie up with all sorts of pledgea? W Editor M. O. Hall of Mohall es caped from his criminal libel case in good shape. It was a small hok\ how ever, for so large a man. Better ThanFrumenty Old English Dish Is Now Surpaased by a Malted Qrain Food. •\VritinK on the l'ood problem and ad vocating a rational health diet, Dr. Josiah Oldfleld, author of "The Claims of Common Life" and other well known works, declares a sufficiency of grain food is necessary and refers to the old Kngllsh dish or frumenty as turn," and ready for your table. All grocers sell Malta-Vita. 10 cents. of Ills sentence by the highest tribunal of the land. W The administration of Fargo seems determined to have as thor ough an inspection of meat here as the law will allow. There are some of the basements In butchers' ghops here which need to be looked after. *9" Work is steadily progressing for the great fair which Fargo proposes to have this summer. It Is the Inten tion to have this surpass all previous efforts in the Dakotas. Every possible attraction is being secured and the machinery display Itself will be the best the northwest has ever seen any where. Thursday will be the thirteenth anniversary of the big fire that wiped out the city of Fargo, but it has come to the front as a better city than ever before. The Shrine will be one of the organizations to celebrate the rebuild ing of the new Fargo. The fire anni versary Is one that deserves more than a passing thought from all Fargoans. fey The democrats in some sections of the state think that they see a chance to disrupt the republican party, by joining their Issues with the insur gents. They may find thfemselvfcs in tho same shape as they were when they got through with their coalition with the pops some years ago. They will accomplish nothing, except to dis organize their own party. Welcome Valley. Welcome Valley, N. D., May 31.—To The Forum: Miss McKay closed a very successful term of school here last Friday. The closing exercises were held In the afternoon in spite of the rain. One feature of the closing was a fish-pond for the scholars from which each child hooked a token of remem brance. Four prizes were offered, two for deportment, which were worn by Bert and Clarence Classon, and two for scholarship, which were won by Pearl Classon and Charley Hudson. Miss Mabel McKay was Colonel i eene of the United State*. Presi dent Diaz proposes to put the trouble down with a strong hand. President Roosevelt's message in submitting the report of the packers investigation has no uncertain sound, and he will be strongly backed by the people, If the charges ar* TeftHed, fts now seems to be the case. it*" The city loses out in the effort to secure the interest and penalty col lected by the county treasurer on Its proportion of the taxes. The money could have been used to gooct advan tage, but the decision seems to be 1 righteous one—there should not be dls crimination between the way ttie city and the townships are treated. Senator Burton has decided to re sign. That is one good thing he has done—even if he was forced to do this His attempt to use the president's name early In his official career—in an illegitimate way-i-has left him without much sympathy from the public, even before his conviction, and the approval a this vicinity last Friday visitor in and Mrs. McConnehey and Satur day. Mrs. Henry Heath and Mfss Ruth Heath visited in the valley this week. Mr. anil Mrs. E. L. Mosher and son Chester are visiting friends In the neighborhood this week. Miss Alleana McLean jrave a pic nic for her school on Decoration day. in Mr. Nimock's grove a very good programme was rendered and every body had an enjoyable time. «on Noble visited here last week. The Misses McKay, Miss Clark, Mr. Wlllard and Angus McKay visited in the valley last Sunday. Mr. Peterson of Argusvllle was in this vicinity on business this week. Miss Minnie Davis and the Misses Blake were Welcome Valley visitors last Tuesday. Andrew Anderson was an Argus vllle visitor last Tuesday. Cor. W. Edinburg. Edlnburg, N. D., May 31.—To" The Forum: Edinburg will see quite a bit of Improvement this year. Con tract has been let for a brick school house at a cost of $8,500, and a Nor wegian Lutheran church will be built. Contract let at ?3,200. Both structures will have a splendid location. The school year is drawing to a close. Graduation exercises will be held Friday evening. Profesnor Bran non of the university will deliver the address of the evening. Adalsterim Johnson is back at the State bank after a couple months' va cation spent in Canada, where he looked after his land interest. E. B. Wallan, who has been assist ing In the State bank the past two months, left for his home at Adams today. Crops are looking the best In this locality. With yesterday's heavy rain we are practically assured of a good crop. E. P. Qually and Adams visitors Arne Weberg were In town this week. Miss Johnston of Park River vis ited with Miss Patten between trains yesterday. Memorial day was not well observed in our town. All business places in town but the btfnks were kept open. W. E. Parsons, assistant cashier of the First National bank, Adams, spent Sunday in Edinburg visiting at the home of J. E. Peterson. Mr. Parsons taught here successfully three years. He Is now a candidate for county su perintendent of schools and his many friends hope to see him succeed. He would nutfee an A. 1 superinten dent. Cor. E. ITATLT MrPffBTXCHT, TTTESTOCY TTmrTWI, XTTTE S, TflOfi. a most excellent article of food. He ulao speaks of malted grain as a food foe increasing years. This eminent author thus strikes the very keynote of health and strength. There Is a modern food which em braces all the qualities of frumenty and has even more, for it is malted grain. We refer to Malta-Vita—all pure grain and nothing else. Malta-Vita is made by an extended and elaborated process of the old way of making frumenty. The whole wheat grain Is thorouRhly cleaned, then boiled In wateT and cooked In steam to gelatinize the starch. After the starch cells have broken down, the wheat Is mixed with pure barley malt extract which converts the gela tinized starch Into maltose, or malt sugar, highly nutritious and easily di gested even by the weakest stomachs. Then each grain of wheat Is rolled Into little wafer flakes and proes to the jrreat ovens where, under Intense heat, It la baked crisp and brown, "done to A saleswoman in a department store tells a story which Is thrilling as an example of masculine diplomacy, or de pressing as an instance of feminine vanity, according to the point of view. "She was a dear little woman," says the saleswoman, "and she brought her husband with her to select a-hat for which he was to pay. She was soon undecided between one with flowers at $14 and one with ribbons at $8. She appealed at last to the man to tell her honestly which one looked the best "I had noticed that he had seen the price tags, but he seemed to be playing fair as he watched her closely while she tried on one and then the other. "Then he said: 'Well, the one with flowers is perhaps the most becoming. The one with ribbons makes you look younger.' Of course he saved $6." "Did you ever notice," said a pho tographer the other day, "a singular fact regarding profiles?" "What is it?" asked the man who wns loafing around the studio. "Why, the fact that nine out of ten profile pictures you run across portray the left side of the face. In the case of nearly everybody the left side of the face Is better than the right. The eye Is opened a trifle more fully, the mouth has a better curve, and the cheek has a firmer contour. Just re member this take special notice of profiles, and you will soon slight difference." discover the Forbes. Forbes, N. D„ June 4.—To The Forum: Forbes Is beginning to loom up on the maps all right, and for a town only a few months old certain ly has made a remarkable growth. It was only last December that the 3. N extension sixteen miles southwest of Kllendale in Dickey county was completed and at the terminus of this new road is where you find Forbes. This part of the country is fast set tling up and with the bright outlook for a good crop this year both country and town will boom. Our town can boast of having two newspapers, a bank, hotel, six stores, all well stocked and up-to-date in every way, two machine dealers, har ness shop, two restaurants, billiard hall two lumber yards, two elevators, creamery, livery barn, doctor, butcher shop, and blacksmith shop. What we need here now is a drug store, jeweler, bakery, barber, lawyer and dentist. And any one looking for locations in any of these lines will not regret looking over Forbes. Our artesian well with a capacity of more than 100,000 gals, daily and a presure of about 60 pounds, furnishes excellent fire protection as well as water for domestic purposes, pipes have recently been laid through the principal streets and now our citizens are having the water conveyed into their places of business and resi dences. The people of Forbes have the right kind of push to them and are not doing things by halves. Keep your eye on Forbes. The Hotel Farmington was opened up to the public Saturday evening. Rumor has it that one of our editors will soon join the benedicts. The telephone man was in town last week and a movement is now on foot to put in a local exchange—that's right, we need it. Several railroad officials were here Saturday making arrangements for a number of improvements on their property such as grading, laying side walks, etc. The farmers are all busy breaking up large tracts of ground, to be sown with ilax. More breaking Is being done this year than ever before, in this vicinity. Mrs. E. Mayhew is class ofr about fifteen were taken in. Cor. F. Notice to Builders. .Sealed bids will be received All bids must be accompanied with certified checks as above, payable to the order of the undersigned. Plans and specifications are now on file, and may be seen at the office of the First National bank of Oakes, N. D., at the Builders and Traders Exchange, Min neapolis, Minn., and at the office of the architect, M. E. Beebe, Fargo, N. D. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. H. C. M'Cartney, Cashier First Nat'l Bank of Oakes, 1. D. D. May 18. June fi.) Notice to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received by the board of education up to A S e e GREAT CROP PROSPECTS. Fino Yield deported in Prospoot Over the State. Unless adverse conditions is 'ROBERT JONES !e. J. WEISER FRED A. IRISH J. W. SMITH L. B. BANNA spending a few days at Oaks, N. D., visiting frldnds. J. N. Jack of Fargo, was here Friday to organize a Woodman lodge. A by the undersigned at the First National bank of Oakes, N. D., until Wednes day, the 6th day of June, 1906, at 4 o'clock p. m., for the erection of a bank building. Separate bids will be received as follows: One bid for the general contract, certified check $300.00. One bid for all Interior wood finish of bank room to include all tile and marble work, check for $100.00. One bid for bank counter including tile and marble work, check for $50.00. 4 p. m. Wednesday, June 6, 1906, at the office of the secretary in the high scnool building, for the heating, ventilating and plumbing of the Hawthorne school. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Builders' exchange and at the architects' office up to time for re ceiving bids. A certified check of $250 must ac company each bid as a guarantee of good faith to enter into contract. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. By order of the board. Hancock Bros., Architects. '(Sfey 19-23-26-30 June 2-5.) ave by Dan Stewart, manager of the Acme Machine Co., after receiving reports from his agents in various parts of the state. The Acme Co. has representatives traveling continually in four different sections of the state and each sends in a weekly report of crop conditions and prospects In his territory. The reports which came in this week were unusually favorable. From Dickinson word was received that all the crops except flax are in the ground In that vicinity and unless unfavorable condi tions are met with later in the season fully 50 per cent more wheat will be produced this year than last. Nome reported the seeding entirely completed and prospects very bright. A message from Mohall stated that seeding had all been done in that vi cinity with the exception of a little flax. The fourth report came from Mohall and was to the effect that everything in the country round about is looking fine and prospects were never bright er. "The only unfavorable reports re ceived have been from the valley" said Mr. Stewart, "and the damage there is not as bad nor as general as has been reported. Those farmers who have been hit at all have been hit hard, buj, the area affected is very small. It is confined to a small strip near the river and doe^ not extend very far north of Hillsboro. Beyond that point, even in the valley, everything is coming on nicely and in the great prairie lands stretching to the west and north which make up the bulk of the state the out look could not be improved upon." Walhalla. Walhalla, N. D., June 4.—To The Forum: Another good rain during the week made the farmers smile. Considerable new sidewalk is being Officers and Directors: W. C. Macfadden, Pres't F. C. Gardner, Vice Pres't. Geo. II. Phelps, Cashier. F. E. Kenaston, H. H. Jenkins. C. A. Wheelock. L. Christianson. Sam Mathews. A. L, Loomis. Arthur B. Lee, Attorney. N. A. LEWIS, President. on lib! President. It aids nature a little, that's the only secret about it. We refer to Ayer s Hair Vigor. It feeds the hair, makes the scalp healthy. The hair stops falling out and all dandruff disappears. The result could not be different, for it's the natural way. And it is a splendid dressing, keeping the hair soft and smooth. Why not save what hair you have and get more at the same time? f,'0y en countered between now and harvest North Dakota Is destined to have the largest and finest crop in Its history. This the general conclusion reached A. L. WALL, 1 LUMBER I DEALER Corner of Front and Eleventh Streets. Phone 386. Fargo, N. D. FARGO BANKING HOUSES. The Board of Directors of the First National Bank of Fargo W. A. SCOTT JOHN S. WAT80V R. S. LEWIS SETB NEWMAN J. A. MONTGOMERY THE OLDEST AND LAROBST BANK IN NORTH DAKOTA. O. a. BARNES. Vice President. laid this spring and everyone is paint ing up their houses. Prof, and Mrs. Buchman have gam to White Earth, N. D., where thajf will spend their summer vacation. A petition has been circulated a*k ing for the appointment of a park board to care for the city park. Eight pupils received diplomas of graduation from the common schools this year namely: Lester Lee, Arthur Robinson, John Schmidt, Maggie Pask, Clara Porter, Blanch Harvey, Mar guerite McLaughlan, and Lettle Reese. Their class colors were laven der and yellow. Their class motto* "Dig." The following teachers have beoit elected for the ensuing year: W. J. Bruchman, principal Alice Main waring, grammar Minnie May, Inter mediate Ethel Hemsley, primary. Cor. W. Do Not Be Deceived. Schlltz beer on draught Is sold only by CJ. A. Simmons and the Empire Bottling works bar. TO CALIFORNIA AND RtlbHN San Francisco or Los Anirele«. Tickets on Sale .June 25t.li to July 7th, 1906. S61.90 FOR Tttfc ROUND TRIP From Also other low -rufti i rates 1 a effect during thAapmiaer VI* UNION PACIFIC LINE 1 AM IKAUX& NO DELAYS Be rare yoar ticket reads over this line. rN^uiRB or H. F. CARTER, T. P, A. 370 Robert St., St. Pan!, Minn. JAS. KENNEDY A. L. MOODY THOS. BAKES, J«. G. H. KNIGHT PETER LUGES Commercial Bank of Fargo "Money in a bank is more than money it is character, The man with a bank account is a reliable man. He is a good citizen." We give every account our best attention and all customers courteous treatment. Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent H. W. QEAKEY, Vice President S. S. LYON, Cashier. ional u ank of Fargo Capital Paid in $100,000. Surplus $25,000. The management of this institution aims to conduct a careful, conservative, legitimate business. It extends to its friends and patrons such accommodations at their accounts and responsibility warrant. It solicits the business of banks, corporations and individuals de siring the services of a concern conducted along these lines. If you are changing your present banking relations ditional ones, we ahftll be glad to confer with you. DIBkBCTORif O. O. Barnes. J|*W. Oaarey, W. P. Porterfleld. S. S. Lvoa. N. A.Lewi** J. D. Benton, Stevenaon Danlop, B. P. Si W. P. Ball, Stewart Wilson, Alex Stern, Spalding. FARGO NATIONAL BANK 6. J. def.EmMTCfCIt, Vice President. or opening ad «. t. NICHOLS. ^Cashier. ,'**? M, wAw DBUECTOaS 1C Hector. O. J. de Lendrecie. Jno. S. Wat*Mfc #i CL Wrifht. G. B. Nichols. United States Depositary.