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v Dr. Ofllea: Third Floor, Kdwards Bnlldlag. Suite ESI AHLISHtD 1873. IN* OKt'OK-HTCD 1899. W111 WilTE Li Paid Up Capital and Surplus $1 50,000 GENERAL OmCC AT FARGO—RETAIL YARDS AT GARDNER, N. D. ARGUSVILLE, N. D. HARWOOD, N. D. MAPLETON, N. D. HORACE, N. D. WARREN-T4. Q. WOODS, N. D. LEONARD, N. D. FARMINGTON, N. D. SHELDON, N. D. BUTTZVILLE, N. D. LISBON, N. D. DWIGHT, N. D. WAHPETON, N. D. WILD RICE, N. D. Orders taken at general office In Fargo for all of the above yards. Dr. V. E. Ball. D». L. Grmi, Dr. John R. Cronb DENTISTS 8 to IX, Flrii .National Baulk Stock. Tilifhn* 36.1-L. H. L. Starling, DantUI Oflloe: Room 5, dsLendrsois Block. Corner Front and 7(h Street Bo., Fargo E N I S Dr. F. A. BricKer, W Brae#*ay, mr CkrMuiN'i Brag Here. Dra. Roi« (XL Pattlion DENTISTS Pront DR. FRANCES t. ROtt, Speciallat. DIIMHI ot Women and Children. Office—Third Floor Edward* Bailding. Drs. F. H. Bailey fc Kachelmacher, ftPFCIAI KTK BYE, BAR. NOSb'ANU THROAT. Fargo, North Dakota. Darrow Hospital MOORHEAD Best Equipment and Nurses. Ac* commodating all Physicians and Patients. 'PHONE J80-L. YOU -5tW BKE Tbee. Bkn BfgwiAj ttsr- 2 Trains Daily FROM SI. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS FOR MRwtttfcgg, Chicago and all Eastern and Southern Points. VIA- Wisconsin Central Railway For Further Information Ask Your Nearest T'cket Agent, or Writ* JAS. C. POND, G. P. A., Milwaukee, Via. EVERYBODY lg Going to the Fair Via the 800 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. 1 to Sept S in clusive, food returning until Sept. 16, 1906. Ask the Agent. W. R.Callaway, General Passenger Agent HICKSON, N. D. MOORETON, N. D. BARNEY, N. D. PERLEY, MINN. GEORGETOWN, MINN ELMER, MINN. COMSTOCK, MINN. WOLVERTON, MINN. Tb^ Fargo Forum And Dally Republican. THE FORUM PRINTING CO. A. W. E9WAIIDS, Editor. H. C. PUMSIKY, Manager VOLUME XXIX No. 218. Kntered at postoftlce as second class mattpr. The Fargo Forum and Republican is puhllNhni every evening except Sunday In the Loyal Knights Temple, First Ave Ulle North. Fui'KO, N. 1. iSiiIisc-riptliiM The Farco Forum ami Dally HepiiMii-iiti, by currier, l.V pt week, ir too per month, in advance $."» per year. The Fai'K.) Kornni and Weekly Repultl'lean. I hey have paid, printed opposite their names 011 their nddrcHK nllps. $1 per year. The Fargo Forum and Satur day Kepuhlienn, !f? per year. Single copies fie. Snhserfhers will flud the date to which Address all communications to The For um, Fargo, N. L. TUESDAY, AUG. 7, 1906. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CASS COUNTY FORUM TELEPHONE CALLS. Business Office 504L Composing Room 504M Editorial Room 639L Local Reporters and News Room 639M TIME CARD. Trains Arrive. N. P. -From east, 5:15 p. 111., 5:89 a. m., 7:20 a. m., 5 p. m. N. P.—From west, 7 a. m., 9:19 a. 111., 7:30 p. m., 10:55 p. m. F. S. \V.—From west, 7:05 p. m. C\, M. & St. P.—From south, 12:01 p. m. and 6 p. m. G. N.—From east, 5:05 a. m., 6:35 p. m., 8 p. m., 5:40 p. m. G. N.—From west, 2:50 p. m. 11:30 a. m. 10:33 p. m. G. N.—Arrives front Aneta—10:25 a. m. G. N.—From Larimore, 11:30 a. m. Trains Depart. N. P.—Going east, 7:10, 9:25 a. m. 9:40 and 11:10 p. m. N. P.—Going west, 6, 7:40 a. m. 6:25 p. in., 5:35 p. in. F. & S. W.—Going west, 8:30 a. m. C. M. &« St. 1*.—Going south, 7 a. m., and 7:40 p. m. G. N.—Going east, 2:50 p. tn„ 8 a. m., X:30 a. 111., 10:33 p. m. G. N.—Going west, 5:05 a* SB# .and 5:35 p. m.f**8:15 p. m. Moorhead Northern—Departs 5:12 a. in. G. N.—To Aneta, departs 6:20 p. m. G. N.—To Larimore, 8:15 p. m. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Congressional. Members of Congress— T. F. Marshall, of Dickey A. J. Gronna. of Nelson. State. Justices of Supreme Court— 1. K. Morgan, Ramsey, 6 year term. John Kuauf,, Stutsman, 4 year term. Coventor-- H. Y. Snrlea, of Traill. Lieutenant Governor It. S. Lewis, of Caea. Secretary of State— Alfred lUaisdell, of Ward. State Auditur H. L. dimes, of Pembina. Stale Treasurer- Albert I'cterson of Sargent. Attorney Cciicral— T. F. McCtie, of Foster. Commissioner of Insurance— E. C. Cooper, of Grand Folks. Superintendent of Public Instruction— W. L. Stoekwell, of Walsh. Commissioner of Agriculture— W. C. Uilheath, of Morton, Commissioners of Railroads— C. S. Diesein, of La Moure. Eric Stafue. of Richland. Slmua .Westhy, of County, Sheriff— \V. K. Hunt. Auditor— A. G. Lewis. Treasurer— H. A. McConvtlle. State's Attorney— W. H. BarnetL Register of Deeto~ E. H. llolte. Clerk of Court— N. B. PinkhaSS." County Judge— A. G. Hanson. Superintendent of Schools— Mattie M. Davis. Surveyor— S. F. Crabbe. Coroner— S. Mitchell. Justices— N. hilson. H." F. Miller, G. Raveling, A. A. Walker. Constables— S. McCloskery, J. P. Mullln, Kit C. Ross and A. E. Wood. County Commissioners— First—A. Landblom Second—W. O. Ol sen Fourth^-W. L. Plath. Legislative. Ninth District: House—J. F. Treat,' F. E. Dlbley, T. J. Flamer. Tenth- District: Senate—E. F. Gilbert: House— lark Moore, T. Twlchell and A. A. Plath. Eleventh District: HouseR. G. Piper, T. O. Burgum and J. F. Collins. The New York citizens who are suffering from the unbearable heat should be told that North Dakota is the best resort to*be found in the world—summer or winter. tST One of the gratifying changes in this state is the rapid increase in sav ings deposits. This is the right kind of education, and will assist in making the state even more Independent than it has been in the past. VT in July, 1893, there were 1,892 failures in this country, with assets of $77,663,842, and liabilities of $89,559, 384, while In the month just closed there were 705, with assets of $3,864, 111, and liabilities of $7,118,469. Who Science in Selecting FroperJFoods Peopla Ar6 Unhealthy Because They Do Not Eat The Bight Food. In these days of .'ulu iterated foods find food products such a food as is known to to pure and wholesome is indeed welcome. Wo have heard of many breakfast foods and cereal prod ucts—Mottie broadly advertised as whole products, others as cure-alls for every disease known to man. No doubt they are all good and possessed of some merit, but most of them are manufac tured with some foreign sweetening agent to make them palatable. Among all the breakfast and cereal foods of fered the public to-day, we believe wo are warranted In saying that Malta Vita Is the only food that is simply and wholly pure grain product and nothing else, except a little salt. Malta Vita as it comes to you from the fac tory Is all of the wheat. It has been thoroughly cleaned, steamed to gela tinize the? starch, then added to It is barley malt extract made from selected barley—this, acting upon the starch, turns It Into maltose or malt sugar, pronounced by physicians and food ex perts the linest, purest, most healthful sweetening agent known. Then tlio grain of wheat is rolled out flat into a thin wafer Hake and baked In the ovens. It comes to you fresh and pure and sweet—absolutely nothing but a grain product prepared In the cleanest and most wholesome way and turned into the most delicious whole wheat food that can be found. Malta-Vita la sold by all grocers. Now 10 cents. said he wanted to go back to the "good old democratic times?" &W If you don't believe that t&«re are some improvements going on around Fargo—just try to hire a car penter, a brick-layer, or a plasterer. After all the promises made in the flowery speeches at the state democratic convention, that party did not give the Scandinavians the repre sentation to which those sturdy citi zens were entitled. A9" it is a little peculiar to have the democrats so heartily endorse Bryan as the presidential candidate two years hence, and then place on the ticket seven candidates who were op posed to him when he was a candid ate before. jt^The citizens of Fargo will gen erally approve the move to clean up Island park and keep it free—as a health resort and breathing place for the city. It will grow in value to the city as the years go by if this course is pursued. i#ar The Forum has a copy of the new regulations of Secretary Wilson governing the packing houses, and it is quite interesting reading—more so In fact than some of the "revelations" that were made concerning these great institutions. *». the Minneapolis JotirnW jgays that "Cram Point, N. Y., was captured from the French." They probably thought somebody did more cramming than might be necessary in order to secure this fort but most every one has believed that it was Crown Point. it is believed that the state board of equalization will make a fair in crease in the assessment of railroad property. It should pay its due propor tion of the expenses of the govern ment, but should not be taxed to such an extent as to prohibit further construction of lines. *9" The investigation of the condi tions in the packing houses in this country has started other countries to looking up matters'at home. Eng land acknowledges conditions there are not as they should be and it also develops that in France they are even worse than they have country. 0 A O O A I 5 I A Y 1 U O A N A Y E n A S 7 1906. two* In this iS" When "Jones of Rock" or "of Edgeiey" or wherever he is now from —was making his spellbinding speech at the Minot convention a mean dem ocrat announced sotto voce, some one should ask him how he obtained a sergeant-at-arms appointment in the republican state convention—if he is so good a democrat? The Minnesota state Insane asy lum at St. Peter has been keeping a herd of about fifty cows, and about one-half of them have been found af flicted with tuberculosis, and will be killed. It is bad enough to give the milk from such cattle to the healthy and those of sound minds, but to palm such product oft on the unfortunate comes near being a crime. The board of control of Minnesota was justified in ordering this stock killed. tS" A great hue and cry has been raised because of the seizure of some pamphlets by Anthony Comstock, is sued by the art society of New York. The public will generally commend his action. He says: "Wild animals are safe enough when caged. But turn them loose and they must be suppress ed. The same with these nude pic tures. They must be kept where they belong." Which seems liko good rea soning, and certainly will help pub lic morals. Baltimore Excursion From Chicago over the Pennsylvania Short Lines, account Home Coming and Jubilee week. Tickets sold Sept. 8 and 9, good returning until Sept. 17. Rate one fare for the round trip plus one dollar. Write for full particulars, G. L. Thompson, p. agent, SL Paul, Minn. At Logansport, Ind., Miss Mabel Blacke wanted to wear elbow sleeves on her summer gowns, but there were obstacles. She told her fiancee, C. W. Rhinehart, about them. "Sure, that's easy," said he. "Shave 'em off I'll loan you my razor." Rhinehart secured the razor and lather to enable Miss lilacke to laugh at the shortage in elbow gloves. Then he sat down to show her how to shave her arms. "Now let me try," said Miss Blacke, and took the razor. She was doing nicely until she slipped and seized Rhinehart by the knees to steady her self. The razor cut a four-inch gash in Rhinehart's knee, clear to the bone. Miss Blacke ran through the streets, arms bare and covered with lather, and found a surgeon, who took nine stitches in the wound. Bishop Talbot of central Pennsyl vania is fond of relating amusing ex periences while a missionary in the west. On one occasion he arrived at a mountain town and entered a hotel dining room, taking a seat. A resident who had been drinking fell Into con versation with him. "I'm glad you've come here," said the man, "for tlie boys need somebody to give them ad vice. They drink a heap. I tell you." The bishop said: "I am sorry to hear that, my friend, but if you will par don* me, it seems as though you are troubled that way yourself." T1M mountaineer saw the point but re sponded quickly: "Well, you see, when the bishop comes a feller just has to celebrate some." Beach. Beach, N. D., Aug. 3.—To The For um: The Beach ball team go to Glen dive tomorrow to cross bats with tin Glendive team. The boys have played six games this year losing only one to Glendive. The rains of the week greatly bene fited late flax, potatoes, beans and gar dens. Golden valley farmers will har vest a bumper crop this fall. A party of land seekers passing through the country six miles south of Beach, the first of the week, reported the durum on the farms of Kidder Bros, and neighbors to be the best they had ever seen. It is estimated that 100,000 bush els of grain will be threshed in the valley tributary to Beach. J. N. Jack, district deputy head con sul for the M. W. of A., of Fargo, is here assisting the organizing of a Woodman camp. The carpenter work on the State Line hotel was completed yesterday and turned over to the masons for plastering. It is a thirty-room build ing, two stories high. Editor J. W. Brinten, of The Fessen deq. N. D., Free Presfe, was in Beach over Sunday and filed on.a homestead, twenty miles south of town. Mr. Brin ten will return in the fall to remain I.ermanently. The first annual picnic of the Jack son County, Wisconsin Colony, held at the Butte last Sunday, was a grand success and a pleasant gathering. About forty people, all of the above mentioned county, assembled, and brought baskets filled to the brim with tho most delicious food and goodies and same eaten in the shade of trees and served in courses. Beach wants a flour and feed mill. It is represented with all mercantile establishments, bank, newspaper, drug store, lawyers, doctor and land agents galore. Two grain elevators will In built this fall. We have two lumber firms, implement and hardware dea' ers and the great development of tl country and enormous amount of du um wheat raised tributary to Bea« will warrant the success of a mill. The cement block factory has tl contract for blocks for a beautif residence to be built for I. S. Bisj ham. Considerable building will 1 done here this fall. The State Line tel is nearing completion and is thirty-room structure. The new Gold Valley State bank building is con pleted of cement blocks and is just 1 little the swellest building in this ne o* the woods. It will be equipped wi all the modern conveniences. Beach people greatly thank Tl Fargo Forum for the glowing writ up of the wonderful fertility of tl Golden valley and our new town. Wisconsin is sending hundreds new settlers to the Golden valle nearly every excursion brings a larr delegation of Badger state people. The commercial club has be* granted a suitable site for a town h£ and steps are now under way to bui same. Cor. B. Man'. Sized Thermometer. The Northern Trust Co. has recently received what is probably the largest thermometer in Fargo. The instrument stands four feet high and the figures on it are proportionately large. It is the intention to place this giant ther mometer in front of the company's building where it will not only serve as a good advertisement but will en able the passerby to discover how cold or how hot it is without stopping and straining his eyes in an effort to determine the exact position of the mercury. Rabbit Pebts. In .Australia no man can go hunting without getting a few rabbits at least. They have become so numerous that people fear that the western country cannot be settled on account of them. Apparently all efforts to stop their increase are fruitless. Recently a large land-owning company put great nets around 2,500,000 acres of pastor al land, and treated fialf of it for ten months with every known means for destroying rabbits. After the opera tion had ceased It was found that the rabbits were more numerous than be fore. If you drink Golden Grain Belt beer with your meals you will be strong, healthy and happy. It is a pure tonic and a healthful food. Or der of your nearest dealer or be sup plied by Max Kalbrener, Moorhead. ROBERT JONtS E. J. WEISER FRED A. IRISH J. W. SMITH U ft, MANNA Officers and Directors: W. C. Macfadden, Prei't F. C. Gardner. Vice Pres't, Geo. H. Phelps, Cashier. F. E. Kenaston. H. H. Jenkins. C. A. Wheelock. L. Christianson. Sam Matbews. A. L. Loomis, Arthur B. l,ee, Attorney. N. A. LEWIS, President. M. Hector. To Weekly prizes will be given to tne readers of The Forum who clip wliat is in their opinion the ad containing the best bargain offered by any ad vertiser during the week and also for the ad which has the most convincing or catchy story about the things or articles being advertised. Only advertisements known as dis play will count in the awarding or prizes, pure locals and readers appear ing as news in the regular body typ« of the paper will not couht. The want ads are counted as dis play ads and many of them will be found good examples both of bargain ads and of striking wording to Induce the sale of a certain thing or to bring help or secure a position. Awards of $1 for first prize and 50 cents for second prize will be given for the best display bargain ads sent in each week. Similar awards will be given for the best display descriptive ad. Awards will be made each week. Winners of first contest were an nounced Saturday. Fourth weekly contest begins July 30 and ends Aug. 4 entries must be in by Aug. 8. Awards made Aug. 11. ^aaaaaaaaaaa^AAAAAAAA^A^AA^AA^^AA^A^AA^AAAA ^AAAAA^AA A. L. WALL LUIV!BER I DEALER Corner of Front aad icievenUt Streets. Phone 386. Fargo, N. D. vv\vvvwwyvvvyvvywvvwvvwvyvvvvyvwvyw vwvvwvt FARGO BANKING HOUSES. The Board of Directors of the First National Bank of Fargo W. A. SCOTT JOHN S. WATSON R. S. LEWIS SETH NEWMAN 7. A. MONTGOIKXRY THE OLDEST AND LARQEST BANK IN NORTH DAKOTA. O. G. BARNES, Vice President. MARTIN HBCTOR, Presides*. BI&1CTOXS 9 Forum Ad. Headers EACH WEEK' FOURTH WEEK NOW ON Clip the ad. you think gives the best bargain! this week and send in with your name and ad dress and date ad. appeared, before Wednesday of next week, and you may get a prize. Or. clip the ad. you know sounds most convinc ing, or which induces you to buy some article or thing, send it to The Forum, and you may get a prize. WATCH FOR NAMES OF WINNERS IN SATURDAY'S FORUM See Following' R.ules: Fifth week contest begins Aug. 6, ends Aug. 11, Mi. KiKN«r A. L. MOODY THOS. BAKER, JR. G. H. KNIGHT nmut LUGKR 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. 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 as their accounts and responsibility warrant. ft solicits the business oi banks, corporations and individuals desir ing the services of a concern conducted along these lines. If you are changing your present banking relations Of Opening ad ditional ones, we shall be glad to confer with you. DIRECTORS O. 0. Barnes, H. W. Gearey, K. P. Porterfleld, N. A. Lewis, J. I). Benton, Stevenson W. P. Ball, Stewart Wil&un, Alex Stern, FflSRO KAtiOKAL Bf.NK O. J. deLBWPKBCIH. Vice President. Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent H. W. OEARBY, Vice President. The iticbanls Naiianal Oankof S. S. LYON. Cashier.<p></p>Faigo S. S. Lyea, Dnnlop, ft. P. Spalding O. B. NICHMA, Cashier. O. J. de Lendrecie. no. S. Watson, a G. Wright. G. & Nichols. United States Depositary. entries must be In by Aug. 15. Awards made Aug. 18. All Forum readers are eligible to the contest—no charge whatever for entries. But one entry will be allowed to each contestant for each contest, each week. Entry papers most contain clipped ad and date of issue of paper in which ad appeared. Opinions or reasons, containing net more than twenty words, as to wily you know or think the ad you send In is the best, will be considered In mafe. ing the awards by the ad award edt-? tor, whose decision must be final. J' Names of award winners and names of udvertisers whose ad wins will be printed each week Saturday., following the closing of the contesL Readers of The Forum, residing oufc*. side of Fargo are also urged to com pete and time limits have been made so as to give ample time for all en tries to reach The Forum—which Is four days after the contest closes. Write your name and address plainly on paper, also whether entry is for bargain or descriptive display. Pin ad and address together. Address all entries to the AD Editor Forum, Fargo, N. D.