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Df. John R. Cromb DENTISTS lit II, Plft'- Nadonai Bank Tele abode 36SH.. Dr. •. L. Starliag, OSes: Boom 6, d«L«odruli Block. Oornsr Front and 7th 8tr*at So., Fargo E N I S Dr. F. A.. BricKar. W Ifaaaaray, mr CHrWiiaaMa'a Ora« Star*. MOORHEAD Beat Equipment and Nurses. Ac commodating all Physicians aod Patients. 'PHONE 180-L. rST.\m IHfD 1873. If-' oRPORATPD 1899. 11H. W"IIE LllR CO. Paid Up Capital and Surplus $150,000 GENERAL OfTICe AT TARGO—RETAIL YARDS AT GARDNER. N. D. ARGUSVILLE, N. D. HARWOOD, N. O. MAPLETON, N. D. HORACE, N. D. WARREN, N. D. WOODS, N. D. LEONARD, N. D. FARMINGTON, N. D. SHELDON, N. D. BUTTZVILLE, N. IX LISBON, N. D. DWIGHT, N. D. WAHPETON, N. D. WILD RICE, N. D. Ordir«rnken at general office In Farsofor all of the above yards. Third Bmldlnc DR. r. K. WEIBLE, Danlld Suite 1-2. Tel. I0I4-L, 614 I DR. FRANCES t. ROtK, Specialist. Diseases of Women and Children. Office—Third Floor Kdwardi Bnildiug. Drs. F. H. Bailey & Kachelmacher, SPECIALISTS BYB, BAR. NOSE AND THROAT. Fargo, North Dakota. Barrow Hospital Unless you are an Adonis you better stay away from the e a y a e Clothes. For forty years I've made clothe* to order and I can "suit" you. Are You Built? PETER PICKTON Merchant Tailor No, 5 Eighth St. So., Fargo YOU We have the only up-to-date furniture vans in the city. We make a specialty of moving and have careful men. Will furnish Van and 2 men for $1.25 per hour. GOODS STORED, PACKED AND SHIPPED, BRICK STOREHOUSE With separate stalls for household goods, $,1.50 to $5.00 per month for full stalls. Smaller lots accord ing to occupied. ., 5 PHONE tm T. J. k Co. Young HICKSON, N. D. MOORETON, N. D. BARNEY, N. D. PERLEY, MINN. GEORGETOWN, MINN ELMER, MINN. COMSTOCK, MINN. WOLVERTON, MINN. Tt»** Fargo Forum And Dally Republican. THE FORUM PRINTING CO. A. W. IB WAR OS, Editor. M. C. M.UMLIY, Mana«er VOLUME XXII No. 207. Entered at postofflce as second clang mntter. Tlie Fnrjto Forum and Republican Is published every evening except Sundny, In the Loynl IvnlKbtH Temple, First Avouno North. Farto, N. D. Subscription— The Fargo Forum and Dally Republican, by currier, 15c per week, or 40c per month, in advance $5 per year. The Kargo Forum ft ml Weekly Republican, $1 per yetir. The Fai'KO Forum Mini Satur day ItciMilillcan, $2 per year. Single copies 5c. Subscribers will find the date to which they have paid, printed opposite their names on their address hIIph. Address all communications to The For um, Fargo, N. L. TUESDAY, JtJLY 24. 1906. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CASS COUNTY FORUM TELEPHONE CALLS. Business Office 504L Composing Room 504M Editorial Room G39L Local Reportara and News Room 639M TIMID CAM*. Trains Arrrra. N P.—From past, 5:15 p. m., i:RO a. BO., 7:20 a. m., 6 p. m. N. P.—From west, 7 a. m„ 8:10 a. m., 7:30 p. m., 10:55 p.m. F. & s. W.—From west, 7:05 p. m. C„ M. & 8t. P.—From aouth, 12:01 p. m. and 6 p. m. N.—From east, 5.-06 a. m., 5.53 p. m. 8 n. m., 5:40 p. m. Q. N.—From west, 2:60 p. m. 11:30 a. m. 10:83 p. m. f* n Arrive* from A nets—10df 1. ss. O. N. from Larimoie. 11 :30 a. m. Trains Depart. N. P.—Going east. 7:10, #25 a. n.a 1:40 and ll:lu p. m. N. P.—Going west. 6. 7-40 a. m.. 5:91 p. no., 5:85 p. m. F. & a. W Going west, 8:80 a. m. C. M. & St. P.—Going sonth, 7 a. m.. and 7:40 p. m, 0 N.—flolnjr »aHt, 2.80 p. m.. a. m.. 8.30 a. in., 10.33 p. m. G. N.—Going west, 5:06 a. m„ and 5:53 d. m.i 8:15 p. m. Moorhead Northern—Departs 6 12 a, a. N to Aneta—Denartu 6:20 p. 01. G. N. to Larimore, 8:15 p. m. *i" There are a great many news papers in this land which will be pleas ed that an effort Is being made to weed out some of the objectionable classified advertising carried by such papers as The New York Herald. It Is a great shame that they have been tolerated as long as they have been by the public. The New York World calls at tention to the fact that Bryan has spoiled his chances of support by the conservative element in the demo cratic party, by declaring, when dis cussing his position in 1896, "I have nothing to withdraw on economic questions," thus showing that he is still a believer in bimetallism. The World declares that this will give Roosevelt the nomination in 1908, and practically a. walk-away. W Under date of June 9 last, H. Hitchcock, the first assistant post master general, calls especial atten tion of postmasters to the rule, which requires them to give on cards to pub lishers, after the words—"To the pub lisher of the full name of the publication as It appears on the particular copy referred to in the no tice. This is very important and it means that if The Weekly Forum is referred to, the word "Weekly" must be in the address, and if the Daily that word must be Included. Post master General Cortelyou also calls i attention to the strict observance of these rules and regulations by the various postmasters over the country. *3T'What is a political party? It has generally been supposed to be indi vidual voters banded together be cause they believe In a stated line of principles—like the republicans, be lieving in a policy of government that tends in the greatest possible manner to develop and build up this country. Even in such parties there is many times a difference of view on some questions, and conventions are held to settle those differences, and when the convention decides the min ority then should acknowledge that the patty decision has been made and accept the verdict and all unite against the other party to carry out the greater principles the party stands for and on which all should be united. The majority of those who desired a change in this state, and who were defeated at the Jamestown convention have accepted the verdict as that of the party, but there are some kickers who are "giving aid and comfort to the enemy," and these men show by this action that they are not true re publicans—for they hold that office holding aj&d personal success are AM FARGO FORUM STO IfATLY REPTOTjIOAN", Ttfi*»TfAT u A perfect breakfast is impossible without it and it's just as good three times a day. It gives you real nourishment and renewed vi tality. For Malta-Vita is rich in nutrition—every nutritive element of the best white wheat and finest barley malt extract. Themaltextract,mixed with the flaked wheat, converts the starch of the wheat into maltose, or malt sugar, makes it easy for even the weakest stomach to digest and adds a pleasing taste which cannot be found in grain foods containing some foreign and adulterative sweetening agent. Try Malta-Vita with cream or fruit. All Grocers. Now lOc. above the best interests of the party they allege they are connected with— as far as their ideas go they have been mistaken—they have said and done mean things, without reason— they have been beaten fairly—and as good republicans should now unite with those they have been fighting in the primaries and have the repub lican party present an unbroken front to the enemy. If they continue the fight it will sh#w that they hold per sonal ambition above party loyalty. It is believed that most of these men will be found to be loyal republicans. The state fair opened yesterday in Fargo, and was a surprise to every visitor. The buildings, the laying out of the ground, the exhibits and the good feeling everywhere apparent helped to make the opening day a remarkable one. The exhibitors have not spent the money and time neces sary to present their attractions with the idea of getting their money back directly, but simply to help in making a creditable display for the entire state. In live stock and in farm ma chinery the display is a wonder—far excelling what the most sanguine ex pected could be done, and all the other departments are motet creditable. It will well repay visitors to see this great show—an evidence of what North Dakota has and what she can do. Don't mlssi It. Sj ifcff* Down in Texas is an editor \vij4 seems to have found druggists untj doctors somewhat different from th«4 up here in North Dakota, and her^ is the picture he recently drew in dis4 cussing the patent medicine crusade] Verily, verily, I say unto you that the moss on the backs of the druggist^ and the doctors is centuries old. never walk into a drug store that I d± not look for Caesar to rise up from be-* hind the legion of Latin labled bot tles and upbraid me for the way I butchered him in school. The bald headed pharmacist behind the pre scription case has all the earmarks of antiquity about his person. When I walk and talk with one of these ethical non-advertising doctors I feel like ask ing him how was Abraham, Isaac and Jacob when he saw them last. It is all right. It is their custom, and I would not have them change it for all the gold in the Alaskan hills. I have only cited their case to show the folly of the publicity crusade against the patent medicines unless the cru sade also includes a general reforma tion of the doctors and druggists. I do not mean to be severe on the doctors. I have no better friends in any vocation than I have among these ministers of mercy at the bedside of suffering. The doctor is a necessity in every home. He officiates at our advent into this world and helps us out into the next. He moves in a mysterious way. his wonders to per form. He diagnoses our troubles in the logia of the Caesars and writes his remedies in sextuple hieroglyphics that he himself cannot solve. That is his privilege, and it is all right. But he is constitutionally opposed to ad vertising because, forsooth, such was the custom 1,900 years ago when Luke, the physician, quit the practice in or der to advertise the healing powers of the Great Physician. This, too, is his privilege, but it is all wrong. If ever a Jaw is passed requiring the printing of patent medicine formulas on the bottle, I hope the author of the law will be wise enough to tack a rider to it requiring physicians also to put their names on the tombstones of their patients. The only advertising the doctor has is the patients he cures and the patients he kills. The living will speak for themselves the dead should also have a hearing. This should be the law until the doctor consents to have the moss clipped from his back and joins the progres sive spirits of the world in advertising. I would then be in favor of its re- EVERYBODY I* Going to the Fair Via th« See Line at One Fare for the Round Trip. The Minnesota State Fair, located midway between St. Paul and Minne apolis, is the greatest Institution of its kind in the United States, and it's so near home that everyone ought to go, have a, good time and enjoy them selves. Tickets on sale Sept. I to-Sept 8 in clusive, good returning'until Sept. 10, 1906. Aak the Agent. W. H.C*llaway, General Passenger Agent. a vvvmm, Speaker Cannon on his seventieth birthday referred in a Jocular way to the precocity of the twentieth century child. "Why, before long," lie said, "we shall hear of the baby that has just been weaned turning to its nufse and saying: 'I have had every reason to be satisfied with your past services and shall not fail to recommend you among my acquaintances. Pray ac cept this dollar for yourself.'" Williston. Williston, N.' D., July 21.—To The Forum: We are having some very warm weather. Late crops are suffer ing for want of rain. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart spent last week at Devils Lake attending the Chautauqua. Mrs. E. McMillian and Miss Mildred McMillian of Hastings, Neb., mother and sister of Mrs. Doehterman, arc here on a visit. Miss Maggie Kerr hasaccepted a po sition in the Citizens State bank. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Higgins, a son. A dance was given Friday evening for the benefit of the baseball boys. The ladies of the city served ice cream cake and lemonade, JULY M, 1906. •MMWI i Hilary K. Adair, the Missouri de tective, was In St. Louis ferreting out a crime. A reporter brought to Mr. Adair a piece of evidence, saying at the end of his story:- "That Is pretty conclusive, isn't it?" "It's excellent," Mr. A'd&fr' 'fifcfcl&red. "It's positive and convincing. It is as irrefutable as the testimony I once heard from a Scot who was a witness In a drowning case. A man named Mcintosh had been drowned and the Scot claimed that the death was acci dental. 'But you were not present at the time,' said the coroner. 'How do you know, then, that poor Mcintosh didn't commit suicide?' 'Losh, yer honor,' said the Scot, 'wasna this Saunders Mcintosh a brither Scot and dinna the corp ha'e a wee bottle o' whisky on't wi' ne'er a nip ta'en oot?'" Cor. W. Remington Typewriter Co. Phone 309-L. Durbini. Durbln. N. D., July. 21—-To The Forum: E. Holm, who has been Work ing for the Great Northern Railway Co. at this place as section foreman, for the last three years has resigned and will make his future home at Hunter. Axel Johnson is the new section foreman of Durbin, who previously re signed at Kindred. Mr. Merhring, Mr. Honk and Mr. Bearnstun were visitors in town Tues day in a business like way, grinding feed in abundance for the coming busy season. Knute Roe has spent the past few days in Fargo sight seeing. Cor. D, Wash Goods Sale. 25c and 35e choice wash fabrics 15c, at A. L. Moody's. Mid-8ummer f^atea East. For summer vacation trips, the Du luth, South Shore & Atlantic railway now have special low round trip rates to all eastern points. Toronto and return $25.50 Buffalo and return 25.50 Ottawa and return 28.95 Montreal and return 29.50 Albany and return 29.50 Boston and return 31.00 Quebec and return 32.50 Proportionate rates to all iatermed iate points. These tickets' are on sale dally and good for return passage until Sept. 30, 1906. Through sleeping ear service from Duluth daily to all points east. For full particulars and sleeping car reservation kindly apply to A. J. Per rln, general agent, 430 west Superior street. Duluth. Minn. Proposals Wanted, Sealed proposals ror aoing all th# public printing and binding for the state of North Dakota and Institu tions and officers thereof, in accord ance with law, for the years 1907 and 190S will be received by the com missioners of Public Wlntlng until Tuesday, August 7, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m. Each proposal shall state the class of work being bid for and the rate per cent below the maximum rates severally prescribed by Section 41 of the Revised Codes of 1905, at which the bidder will perform the work and furnish the stock and sup plies required. Each proposal shall be addressed to the Secretary of State, Bismarck, N. D., and marked "Pro posals for Public Printing," and shall be accompanied by a bond executed in due form by the bidder or bidders with at least two good and sufficient sureties, satisfactory to the commis sioners, In the penal sum of four thou sand dollars, conditional upon the faithful performance, In accordance with law, of such class of printing as may be adjudged to said bidder. No bid unaccompanied by such bond will be considered, and the commissioners will reject any and all bids made by other than regularly established print ing, binding and publishing firms in this state which shall have been equipped and qualified for doing the work bid for, for a period of one year or over next preceding the date of this notice and the commissioners also reserve the right to reject ^.ny and all bids If deemed for the best In terests of the state so to do. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., June 80, 1906. E. F. Porter, Thin Hair RICHLAND COUNTY FAIR. $10,000 Being Expended for Building# and Grounds. The prospects for the first annual fair, given by the Richland County Fair association are very encouraging. The association will have when all stock is subscribed, about $10,000 to invest in buildings and grounds, and the work on the ground improvements are already progressing nicely. The half-mile track is nearly completed and work oh the buildings will be commenced at once. It is thought the buildings will be completed by Sept. 1, The dates for the fair are Sept. 25, 26, 27, 28, and besides the exhibits of stock, swine, horses, poultry, grains, fruits and vegetables, etc., there will be numerous free attractions that ROBERT JOKES E. J. WEISER KRED A. TRISH J. W. SMITH B. HANNA Officers and Directors: W. Macfadden, Pres't F. C. Gardner, Vice Pres't. Geo. H. Phelps, Cashier. F. E. Kenaston. H. H. Jenkins. C. A. Wheeloqk. L. Christiansen, Sam Mathewti, A. L. Loomis. Arthur B. Lee, Attorney. N. A. LHW i President. nnium H. L. Holmes, Albert Petersorfc Conrihtssloners of Printings, v (D July 3 to Auk. «. inc.) j' O. «. BARNES, Vice President. VVr-'V':£r iifw U" Yes! We had noticed that your hair was looking pretty thin, and that it lacked luster and life. But we didn't like to speak of it! Of course you know that Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular hair-grower, makes the hair soft and smooth, gives it life and strength. This isn't the kind of hair that falls ouj! And, too, it keeps the scalp so clean and healthy. ioweiCMr-Bs) FAROO BANKING HOUSES. The Board of Directors of the will be well worth seeing. The pre mium list amounts to over $2,500, in cluding about $300 in the woman's de partment. The raee purses amount to $1,250 and about $1,500 will be ex pended for special amusements. The second day of the fair will be Old Settlers' day, the next day Wood man day and the last day Eagle day. R. J. Hughes Is the secretary of the association:* Low Rates to Minot and Return. Ott account of the North Dakota democratic state convention at Minot, N. D., the Great Northern will sell round trip tickets at a fare and one third. Dates of sale July 31 to Aug. 1 and for trains arriving Minot be fore noon of Aug. 2 final return limit Aug 4, 1906. I. L. Rohan, agent. First National Bank of Fargo W. A. SCOTT JOHN S. WATSON *. S. LEWIS SKTIi NEWMAN J. A. MONTGOMERY TUB OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN NORTH DAKOTA. Commercial JAS. KENNEDY A. L. MOODY THOS. BAKKR, J1 O. H. KNKiHT ftTER LUGE* Bank of Fargo "iVioiiey in a bank is more than money, a is character. The man with a bank account is a reliable man. lie is a good citizen." Wf jrfvr rvery account our best attention am! .ili n-Miners courteous treatment. Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent H. VV. (JEAKEY, Vice President. Capital Paid in $100,000. Surplus $25,000. The management of this institution.. ai.ms to conduct a careful, conservative, legitimate business. It extends to its friends and patrons such accommodations as their accounts and responsibility warrant. It solicits the business ol banks, corporations and individuals desir ing the services of a concern conducted along these lines. If you are changing your present banking relations or opening ad ditional ones, we shall be glad to confer with you. DIRECTORS O. O. Barnes, H. W. (learey, fl. P. Porlerfleld, S. S. Lyoa. N. A. Lewis, J. D. BentH, Stevenson Dunlop, W. P. Ball, Stewart Wilson, y FARGO MAT10X£L BMK MARTIN HBCTMfc Q. J. 4cLENDRB&B, Vice President. If. Hector. S. S. LYON, Cashier. Alex Stern, B. F. !*paldinf •ERECTORS O. 8. NICHOLS, Cashier. O. J. de Lendrecie. Jno. S, Watso* S. G. Wright. G. E. Nichols. United States Depositary. EXCURSION RATES TO WINNIPEG One Fare for the Round Trip VIA Tickets on sale J^y 21-26, good returning until July 30,1906. Visit the great WINNI PEG EXHIBITION, Any Northern Paci* fic Agent will give you full informatioo. Northern Pacific Railway A. M. CLELAND general Passenger Agen$ St. Paul, Minn.