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Vacation i\ 111* been making suits to order for men. If I make your vacation suit you'll look prosperous and make a good impres sion. Let me take your measure now—good selection of material on hand. PETER PIGKTON Merchant Tailor No, 5 Eighth St. So. Fargo IBS. W 'S UG SYRUP V u u HWv a Mill Tim tx»en o«crt i\ M1 .Ilth'i' Mothers for their children whllo um« tor «»v»-r Mfty It HoOtllQS th» I'llll't. H«n. IIS the K""IS. allllVB I all pala, cures wlriil colic, anil la the best r«nuV.y ror i!lArrhoa. XH KVI V.HVK CENTS A BOTTLE. ,TF«T KEEP OOING Fargo's a good town and all North Dakota Is proud of it, but the best farming land in this state at any price Is on the Missouri Slope, In Morton and Hettinger counties. JUST KEEP GOING WEST and then 200 miles. Your R. R. fare will cost a little more —your land will cost a mighty sight lets. We are selling the finest farm ing land for $12.50 to $15 per acre, with soil as deep and fertile as the best Red river dirt and the land is •elf-draining. Crops are not only raised, but harvested. JUST KEEP GOING WEST until you find us and our bargains. 230 Broadway, F.irjjo, STEEL LINED VAULT FOR A BANK A flne steel vault lining with a /cs tibule, inner doors, day gate and grille partition for sale at a bargain. Outer door weighs 2,875 pounds, closed by a pressure bar, vestibule weighs 1,67" pounds, lining 2,400, grille gates 1,200 pounds, made by Diebnld & Go. Green leaf and Sargent combination lock. This outfit used less than two years by a bank in Ohio, taken down by one of Diebold's experts, it is now in Far go and is guaranteed to be A-l and In good condition. Will sell t. o. 1. Fargo and furnish an expert from Diebold & Co., makers, to set up the door, lining and grille work. Size of vault inside is 7 feet high by 7 fret eight Inches by seven feet eight inches. With this vault lining no safe would be needed. Will sell at a bargain and on easy terms. For further particu lars and specifications apply to S. S. Lyon, cashier of the Merchants Na tional bank of Fargo, or W- J. Lane, Fargo, N. D., N THE :f For rorty years I've /cr/h ICE CREAM MEN! Made to order, fresh, on short notice and delivered anywhere. Vanifta Highly Flavored Strawberry Fresh Fruit Caramel The Kind You Like Banana—True Fruit Visit our parlors or phone 324-M. HANSON & WALL The score: Calumet—• Mnnahan, ss Bufka, cf .. Kaiser, 2b Dolan, lb Cox, rf .. Vorpagel, 31 Kippert, If Mutter, Grimes, .. La Sail.- St.. Chicago \rirtr niiisin Is an interesting Book and if you read it YOU WILL MAKE MONEY You may make Totals .. $5,000 a year off of an original investment $500 IN Tffi PANJUM Tells You How. The Book Is Free Frank A. McDonald 521 Mason Bidg. Phone 8701 Cor 4th & Brdy Los Angeles, Cal. «$$$ S 88 3 $$ 8 S S $£ |-f For State News Read The Forum. THE FARGO FORUM North.-Cop. Standing. P. W. L. Pet. Winnipeg 76 47 29 .618 'alumet 7 8 48 30 615 Houghton 7 3 44 29 .603 Duiuth 7 8 *35 44 .443 Lake Linden .... 78 35 4$ .449 Fargo .... 77 29 48 .377 It Was so Rank That Evan Calumet Fans Became Disgusted—Stole Game From Fargo. Calumet, Mich., Aug. 15.—Fargo threw the game to Calumet yesterday In the ninth inning because of the rank decisions of Umpire Rudderham. His work was fierce and angered even the supporters of the Calumet team. Because Grogan complained he put him on the bench and later ruled him off the grounds, fining him $15. After Vorpagel singled in the ninth Rud derham called him safe at second on Kippert's bunt when he was out two feet. The Fargo players laid down then, not attempting to field the ball and with three on bases Hanson threw the ball at the grand Ktand. AB PO A E 3® 2 9*26 12 1 third foul bunt. AB PO A E 4 1 2 I 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 •Fester out Fargo— Fitzgerald, ss Foster, cf 4 Rose, rf, 2b 4 Hotten, lb 4 Hanrahan, If 3 Stewart, 2 Donovan, 3b 3 (irogan, 2b 2 Fogarty, rf 1 Hanson, S Totals ,..Si 1 5*24 7 0 •None out when winning run scored. Fargo .. .. .. 00000 0001—1 Calumet 10000000 1—2 Summary: Two base hits Kaiser, Grimes, Fltzgefald sacrifice hits, Bufka 2, Stewart stolen bases, Mona han, Kaiser, Stewart, double plays, Monahan to Dolan struck out, by Hanson 6, by Grimes 4 bases on balls, off Hanson 2 hit by pitcher, Kippert umpire Rudderham. Peggers Wen. Duiuth, Aug. 15.—Winnipeg .took an interesting game from the locals yes terday. The score: rAKD R. H. E Winnipeg 0 03 2 10 000—8 11 2 DulUth 02020001 0—6 7 Batteries: Duiuth, Hopkins, Cum mings and Helding Winnipeg, Bond and Leach. Champions of Ward County. Tagus, N. D., Aus. 15.—The Tagus and Bovvbells ball teams met on the Donnybrook diamond Sunday and played a hotly contested game for the championship of Ward county. Tagus won by a score of 5 to 3. It was one of the best ball games ever played in this part of the country. Donnybrook put up a purse of $50 for the winners. This demonstrates the fact that the Tagus Giants are the fastest team in this part of the state as Bowbells has been cleaning up everything till they ran up against the Tagus Impossibil ities. Baseball Notes. "Cy" Seymour found his batting eye the minute he joined the Giants, and still he wants part of the pur chase money. Baseball stars are fun ny critters. It is lucky for the St. Louis Nation als that they have a team like the tail-end Bostons below them. Johnny Evers was presented with a solid silver Elk card case at Troy, N. Y., recently when the clubs stopped off and played the Trojans an exhibi tion game. Glen Liebhardt, the Memphis pitch er who was recently purchased by Cleveland, has pitched and won four double headers this season. The Washington club has played some great ball this season, but not enough of it to put them in the race. The Chicago clubs are still a good IT Will NOT DISAPPOINT YOU M6TI J. JGH&iON'L Has cured thousand*. Our guarantee Is evidence of that. If you are not satisfied after taking half of the first bottle, you GET YOUR SONET BACK: Read what the oldest printer In Min nesota says It did for him: EDITORIAL EHBOREEIEIf r. tk"-s of th.' A, O. I*. W. On jut. who uwiy be afflicted with iheu matism are hereby informed that we have used this remedy, R088, In our fmnily for two years that a single battle cured rheumatism of the arm of six months' standing, and rheumatism ff the feet of a- year's standing, after experimenting with several regular prescriptions and receiving no relief. "DAVID RAMAX.EY, "St. PauL.f o a n u a a n e e y 1 .iFout & Portetfieid, iVilser's Drucr Store, s i -a s e a ]bet in the National league race, with *New Tork and Pittsburg close up. "Kid" Durbin of the Joplin club is the st&r pitcher of the Western asso ciation. It is said that Cedar Rapids, the present leader in the Three I league will be In the Iowa state league next season. The Savannah club Is giving Augtjw ta a hot fight for the pennant & the South Atlantic league. YE8TERDAY'S SCORES. American League. Cleveland !, Washington 8. National League. Pittsburg 4, Boston 0. NORTH-COP SCHEDULE. Fargo at Home With Duiuth Aug. 20, 21, 22, 23. Calumet Aug 24, 25, 26. Houghton, Aug. 28, 29, 30. Duiuth at Home With Winnipeg, Aug, 13, 14. Faifgo, Aug. 15, 16, 17, 18, It. ,Lake Linden, Aug. 31, Sept. 1, 2, 8, 3. Calumet at Home With Fargo, 13, 14. Lake Linden, Aug. 15, 16, 17, 18. Houghton, Sept. 1, 2, 3, 3. Lake Linden at Home With Houghton, Aug. 13. Calumet, Aug. 19. Houghton at Home With Lake Linden, Aug. 21, 22, 23. Lake Linden, Aug. 24, 25, 26. Winnipeg at Home With Houghton, Aug. 15, 16, 17, 18, 20. Calumet, Aug. 22, 22, 23. Duiuth, Aug. 24, 25, 26. Lake Linden, Aug. 28, 29, 29, 80. Fargo, Aug. 31, Sept, 1, 2, 3, 3. Grafton. Grafton. N. D., Aug. 10.—To The Forum: William Herriot of Winnipeg is the guest of Grafton friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Haussamen and Superintendent and Mrs. W. L. Stock well left Wednesday on an extended trip east and to points in eastern Can ada. Mrs. Le Roy Smith is visiting at the home of W. N. Smith. Dr. Ryan and family are back from their outing at Detroit lake. Dr. R. M. Evans of Minto was in the city last Monday. James D. Robertson spent Thursday in the city. Mr. Robertson was for many years the efficient postmaster here, but is now interested in a bank at Lankin. Mrs. H. Leveaux, who has been here visiting friends since last Monday, leaves tomorrow for Minneapolis. From there she will go to Los Angeles, Cal., where she intends to study oste opathy. Many of our citizens will go to Min neapolis tomorrow and the following day, to be present at the G. A. R. fes tivities next week. Miss Gleora Olson leaves Sunday evening for a month's visit at Minne apolis and Mankato. Ed. A. Capser, the genial and oblig ing salesman at the Chicago store, has accepted a position as traveling sales man of the Ogden, Merrill & Greer Co, of St. Paul, a crockery firm. Mr. Cap ser will make his headquarters at St. Paul and will move his family there in about one month. Mr. and Mrs. Capser are estimable young people and have a host of friends who regret their departure from our city, but whose best wishes accompany them to their new home. W. C. Leistikow has disposed of hiS flour mill here to the Eggers Milling Co. of St. Louis, Mo. The mill was built in 1882 and has now a capacity of 700 barrels, and is one of the best flour mills in the frtate. W. C. Leistikow has been identified with the business interests of this city ever since it was first organized, and his retirement from active business will be felt a loss by all who are in terested in the welfare of the city. Mr. Leistikow will continue to make Grafton his home but will spend next year traveling through Europe ac companied by his wife and son Fred. Supt. C. C. Gray, our new superin tendent of the city schools has arrived and is looking over his new field here, Superintendent Gray expressed him self as much pleased with the school buildings and is looking forward with pleasure to his work. Miss C. M. Taylor is visiting with her sister at Valley City, N. D. Miss L. Cain leaves next week for a month's visit with relatives at Car man, Man. Cor. G, Turned the Tables. Fairmount, N. p., Aug. 12—To The Forunj: Yesterday one of the numer ous hobos offered for sale a pair of gloves. Deputy Sheriff Howard snap ped ur the offer at 25 cents. The un suspecting "bo" inquired if he could use any more N at that price. Howard said he would take all he had and agreed to meet him later. When Mr, "Bo" showed up with a grain sack of gloves the deputy and sheriff, who had been let in on the d,eal took him into camp. It developed later that a box containing the gloves and a case of booze had been thrown out of a freight car while waiting to be trans ferred from the Milwaukee to the Soo One was for Rogers and one for Fes senden. His pals, if he had any, ar lost in the number of men hanging around, ostensibly to work in harvest Cor. F. Special Bummer Touriat Rates From Chicago to Canadian and New England points, via Nickle Plate road Tickets on sale Aug. 8 to 22, at one faro plus $4.00 for round trip with thirty day limit, and one fare plus $2, 00 for the round trip, with fifteen day limit. For reservation of sleeping car berths and detailed information write or call on John Y. Calahan, gen era) agent, No. 10? Adams street, Chi cago. DAILY REPUBIilCAN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1006. NECROLOGICAL NOTES OLAF NORDBY DEAD. former Instructor at the A- C. Died I Near Arguaville. Prof. Otfcf Nordby, a well known farmer of Argusville and formerly an instructor at the agricultural college, died at his home yesterday of tuber culosis. Professor Nordby has been for some time a sufferer from con sumption and his death was not un expected as he has been failing for some time. He was 34 years old and leaves a wife and one child to mourn his loss. The remains were brought to this city and have been prepared for bur ial by Wasem & Gaard. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon from the farm home and Rev. Simon Roms dahl, pastor of the Norwegian Luth eran Free church of this city will officiate. Professor Nordby, whose home was originally near Diesem, came to Far go four years ago and accepter! position as instructor in the mechan ical engineering course at the agri cultural college. He remained here only one year, when failing health caused him to resign. Believing that life in the open air might help him he began farming near Argusville. The fatal disease, however, had a firm grip upon him and the change in his life failed to have the benefi cial effect desired. He has been fail ing slowly for some time and the end came yesterday. During his brief stay here Profes sor Nordby made many friends and he is well known to the faculty and many of the former students of the A- C. I-'-'-. Verona. Verona, N. D., Aug., 13.—To the For um: John Hawley has been employ ed by the village authorities to clip the weeds In the park and other plac- In looking over John's work we see an abundance of evidence that he !llves up to the motto, "W hat fever you do do well." Sometime ago a few of the most respectable citizens of this locality and La Moure determined to eliminate a portion of the Sunday merriment that has been and is so prevalent in this county. They organized themselves into a league and denominated it, the Law and Order league. We do not know nor have the means of as certaining who constitute that body, but we are aware that there are a few tenderfoots and are very reluctant about carrying out the part assigned 0 them in bringing refractory parties before a proper magistrate. We do not wish to be unkind but we would like to see this body see to it that each and every member composing the tbove mentioned organization shall perform his bounden duty. A movement is on foot among the 'rotestants of this place to purchase 1 bup'al.graund ia eomnaon.., At this* me these good people are debating over two places for the Interment of nir departed friends. .. Ex-Banker \yilson, now one of the most active members of the Lory-Wil son Land Co., is contemplating the rection of a commodious dwelling house. This* structure would have been under way some time ago if suit able men could have been procured. Mr. Wilson is making an effort to have the foundation ready for the carpen ters by the first of next week. Mr. Mell living about a mile and a half north of Verona sold his fine farm to a Mr. Bassett last Saturday. The deal was consummated by the Lory Wilson Land Co. We have not learn ed where this good family will go af er vacating the premises. They have real estate In town and it would please us to have them settle on it. Cor. V. AN ^IMPORTANT DECISION. Fine «f 1100 Imposed for Subetitut Ing Labels. Jacob, alias James Goldgraber, a saloonkeeper of 2300 Market street, St. Louis, Mo., recently indicted by the grand jury for using Anheuser Busch Budweiser labels, taken from empty bottles and putting them an bottles, containing b-evir brewed by other brewers and selling same as Budweiser, was convicted and fined $100 in Judge Moore's court. The case was vigorously prosecuted by Campbell Cummings and is the first of several similar proceedings ery. The case was begun Monday and continued Tuesday until the jury went out at 3:30 p. m. Within an hour and a half a verdict of guilty was returned against Goldgraber, but Henry Stelman, who was a co-defen dant was discharged. The. evidence showed that Gold graber owns the saloon and that Stel man is employed as a bartender. The onlention of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing association's attorney was that, his client suffered much annoy ance and pecuniary loss by the prac tiee of some saloonkeepers of substi tuting "Budweiser" labels for those of cheaper grades of beer. Walcott. Walcott, N. D., Aug. 13.—To The Forum: Harvest will be in full blast this week in this vicinity. Myhra & Nelson will trade! theii old threshing engine for a new 30 horse power. G. C. Myhra made a flying trip to Fargo Sunday jsecure harvest hands. 1 H. C. Nelson was at 'Fargo Our way coal chute, SOLD BY mm 1 uU.v*. Y* A *£v,r. m.h»mo Oponing of Ihe $100 000 Livestock Amphi ttnateron Monday morning, Kopt.. 3rd. )elicUion address by Jumps J. Hill. Dan l'atch aiul Crosc«us, ilie two fastoat stallions in the world, to ro against their world's records on Monday. The greatest Livestock Exhibition of tfao world—All tho week. Three great Auction "ales of Pate Bred Tattle in the Amphitheater. •hi lyiut of horses and cattle in the Atnphi iheater daily. Live s:ock parade 011 Fridnv. .^ensatioua: Racing each ilay, HALF FARF RAH ROAD RATES EARLY HARVEST. .-*C OBI business Saturday. Cor. W. Stomach Troubles and Constipation. No one can reasonably hope or good digestion when the bowels are constipated. Mr. Chas. M. Baldwin of Edwardsville, 111., says: "I suffered from chronic constipation and stom ach troubles for several years, but thanks to Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets am almost cured." Why not get a package of these tablets and get well and stay well? Price 25 cents. For sale by all dealers. Are Some Sections of the State Ahead of the Valley. From reports received at the differ ent machinery houses of the ctty it is evident that in the western part of the state, at least that parjt which lies south of the northern tier of counties, crops have matured this year faster than In the valley. Harvesting of wheat has already commenced and is in full swing throughout almost the entire west while the barley harvest there is almost completed. In the val ley the harvest Is Just nicely start ed and it will be several days yet before the farmers begin to eut any great quantity of wheat. The difference is caused by the de lay in seeding which the farmers of the valley experienced on account of the heavy rains and superabundance of moisture during the spring and early summer. Most of the machinery men are' too busy even to take time to talk over the situation but the general opin ion Is that no mistake %as made in predicting a big crop for North Dako ta along almost all lines this year. Every thing has been favorable so far and the cutting of grain is proceeding satisfactorily. Christine. Christine, N. D., Aug. 13.—To The Forum: The Arion band has been en gaged to play at Wahpeton during the county fair. Several hobos have been lying about town claiming they want, work but they are demanding $3 a day. Ole Martinson and family of Fargo MAPL AT THE. ORE,AT W4T€d WORKS AT emmm, mm The old way chute Which Would You Rather Have? V .if 4-1 KMN$M«NN CO. THREE MADE IN That's the holiday week of the year—the week of the Great MINNESOTA SIZES. REMEMBER THE DATES SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, AND 8 STATE FAIR fHT- «3i»i 5 4^ .'OCR .K A 8TA1 It FAS* KOUft&ft. kvm?* F.WtK air .*1 -J****. 11m .* .• .v ... -.-a are visiting friends and relatives here. Ole O. Borseth of Sperry visited at Skaarvold's Sunday. 20O RANGE MORSES FOR SALE Rev. Wold will give his farewell sermon here Sunday, Aug. 26, and on Sunday, Sept. 2, in the Richland church. I wish to dispose of some of my range horses—all well bred and consisting of excellent animals in all lines—Dealers will find this bargain.. Correspondence aoiiieted.. Raneh Mi miiff eouthxytei Dickinson. The Anion band had ft regular meet-., ffig Saturday l^elifng. -f C. J. Otteson 'went up to the northern part of the state Fridav to look over the country for a new loca tion. The congregations of Rev. Wold, comprising" Christine, AbeVcromble and Richland had a joint meeting in the Richland church Monday in regard to calling a new minister. Alfred Peterson and sister attended the party given Sunday at the home of P. E. Sletmoe and family near Col fax. Dr. Iverson was called out to at tend to J. A. Martinson, Saturday. The cherries are now ripe and the young people are having jolly ti^nes picking them. Miss Caroline Hanson has been en gaged to teach the Gunness school the coming year and Miss Lena Skange the Fossum school. Cor. C. T. J. Young & Co.'s bus and transfer line will give you claim check for your trunk so you will have bo trou ble at depot Phone 15. Hay Fever and Summer Colds. Victims of hay fever will experience great benefit by taking Foley's Honey and Tar, as it stops difficult breathing immediately and heals the inflamed air passages, and even If it should fail to cure you it will give instant relief." The genuine is in a yellow package. H. H. Casselman, Lion drug store. 1 Address Wm. STARK, BEAVER, N. t. *4 4 There are many reasons for the excellency of the IMdies' The dealer who handles them knows. They are accurate time keepers, In elegant cases, and both the movement and case are made at the same factory and under the same guarantee. They are not made or sold by any trust or combine, and are honest Watch value for your money. A "^"—miniature elegance and ac curacy for a lady. The IVm. McKin hv," "John Hancock." and others for men. See them at the following stores: E. P. Sundberg & Co., |l. A. Hagentv FARGO, N. D. ." A i .54 0 o 1 Increased Agricultural and Horticultural Exhibits. Spectacular Fireworks, Racing, etc., each n'Khfc. $5,000 Trotting Rao* on Minneapoli* Day, $5 COO Pacing Kavi ou St. Paul Day. Exciting Ladies' Relay Riding fiace—Six days—every afternoon of fair week, High Class Specialties each after noon and evening. Demonstrations of all kiuds of Farm and Dairy Ma«ihi"ery—Daily. Premiums and Parses $65,641 SO. Tekets on sale Saturday, Sent. 1. Good re IlfVLr r/\IVE. IYftlL.IYVmV IVJ11£0 turning to leave cities until Monday Sept. 10 C. N. COSUROVE, President E. W. RANDALL, Secretary! 4% yt 14 4T* 'P.