9ffi F. K. Ball, D*. J.
DR. r. K. WEIBLC,
Suit* 1-2. Tel. 1014-L, 614 Pront St.
DR. FRANCES £, StOSC.
Diseases of Women and Children.
Office—Third Floor Kd wards Baildiuff.
Dri. F. H. Bailey & Kachelmacher,
BYB. BAR, NOSE ANO THROAT.
Fargo, North Dakota.
Best Equipment and Nurses. Ac
commodating all Physicians and
Patients. 'PHONE 180-L.
J. B. JOHNSON, Agent.
St. Panl and Dulutb Sleepers are ran an
THE COMFORTABLE WAV.
FARGO, N, D., JU'%K 3, 1906.
1?' ^®r,«TIS Fh'Is, St. Paul *2.50 pni
14, WahpetoQ. Htoax City
,. «. 8*- P»nl, Duluth 8.00 an
W- gt- Clond, 8t. Paul 8.30 an
ITABIISHED 1973. INCORPORATED 1899.
Wf.l. H. WilliE LL
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $150,000
GrNTRAL oritcc AT TARGO—RT1AIL YARDS AT
GARDNER, N. D.
ARGUSVILLE, N. D.
HARWOOO, N. a
MAPLETON, N. D.
HORACE, N. D.
WARREN, N. D.
WOODS, N. D.
LEONARD, N. D.
FARMINGTON, N. D.
SHELDON, N. D.
BUTT2VILLE, N. 0.
LISBON, N. D.
DWIGHT, N. D.
WAHPETON, N. D.
WILD RICE, N. D.
Orders taken at general office In Targo for all of the above yards.
Dr. John R. Cromb
K«mu to It, Plr.t
tonal BMl Stock.
Bfi Itorllag, Daatlal
OfSee: Boom S, deLeodreele Bloek.
Oorner Pront ind 7th Blrnl So., Farm
E N I S
Dr. W. A. BricKsr.
11 Irsa—af, mm OfcrMteaasa'a Br
Or*. ROM (XL Pattlaon
ia«l Third Floor, Bdwards Bnlldit|.
fto. 1. "North :oa*t Limited'
8. Pacific Rx press
••No. 7. Minnesota Loral ..
o.5. New Coast Train ..
8:28 p. m.
6:00 a. m.
B:3« p. in.
No. 2. "North Coast Limited'
No. 4. Twin City Kxprena ..
••No. 8. Minnesota Local....
Mo. 8, Dak. & Man. Express
7:10 a. m.
11 10 p. m.
9:40 p. m.
F. S. W. BRANCH.
8:90 a. m.
•Returns 7:05 p.m.
•Dally except Sunday. ••Via BralnenL
All other traius daily.
Through tickets to all points tn the
rnlted States, Canada. Alaska. China and
£4. Cleland, G. P. A., St. Paul, Minn.
Mi not Wpeg xB.05 an
129. Crook. tnu, liul. 5,12 am
1. Oriental Limited,
Butte, Spokane, Seat
tie and coast points
Arrive 11:80 a. m.
Leaves 8:15 p. m.
Daily, Others Daily Except Snnday
Bleeping cw reservations, tickets and
Parent* 11,r.,1 m-i. Mm .i ,«r r,\ reoei,f«
A )iftni)»oniilT IlluKtrafeo weekly. I.nreext, clr.
ieir ion of aur w/iontlllc Journal. Tonus,
E. Y. Sarles, of Traill.
K. S. Lewis, of CaBH
Mecretary of State-
Alfred HIalsdell, ot Ward.
Slate Auditor- **«•..
H. li. Holmes, of Pembtak
Albert Peterson of Sargent.
T. F. MctJue, of Fosler.
Commissioner of Insurance—
THE YAmO FQRTO
HICKSON, N. D.
MOORETON, N. D.
BARNEY, N. D.
Tb^ Fargo Forum
And Dally Republican.
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A. W. COWARDS, EdHer. H. C. PLUMLCY, Menhir
VOLUME XIH No. 228.
Kntered at postofflce aa second claaa matter.
1 he Kargo Forum and Republican Is
published fvery i-venlng except Sunday
lit tli«* Loyal KulKbtB Temple, First Ave
nue North, Fnrpo, N. D.
Subscription The Farico Forum and
Dally Republican, by carrier, 15c per week,
or 40c per month, In advance $5 per year
Hie Faruo Forum and Weekly Republican'
tney have paid, printed opposite their
uauicH oil tlielr itdilri'SH Blips.
$1 per year. The Fargo Forum and Satur
day Republican, $2 per year. Single copies
.»•. Subscribers will find the date to which
Address all communications to The For
um, Furgo, N\ D.
MONDAY, AUG. 20, 1906.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CASS COUNTY
FORUM TELEPHONE CALL8.
Business Office 5Q4L
Composing Room 504M
Editorial Room 639L
Local Reporters and Nawa Room 639M
N. P.—From east, 5:15 p. m~ 5:30 a.
m., 7:20 a. m., p. m.
N. P.—From west, 7 a. m., 9:10 a.
7:30 p. m.. 10:55 p. m.
F. & S. W.—From west, 7:0G p. m.
C., M. & St. P.—From south, 12:01
m. and 6 p. m.
G. N.—From east, B:06 a. m., 6:35
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 from Aneta—10:25 a. m,
(j. X.—From Lariinore, 11:30 a. m.
N. P.—Going east, 7:10, 9:25
9:40 and 11:10 p. m.
E. C. Cooper, of Grand Forka.
.Superintendent of Public lustroettOT—
W. L. Stockwell, of Walsh.
JommlsHloner of Agriculture—
W. C. (illbeath. of Morton.
^ouuiilMsloners of Hallroads—
C. S. l)iesem, of LaMoitre.
Eric Slafue, of iticliland.
Simon Westby, of I'lerce.
W. E. Hunt
U. A. McConvllle.
W. II. Baruett.
Register of Deeds—
E. H. Ilolte.
eave3 (5.30 pra
rrives.. 10.26 am
Jlerk of Court—
N. H. PInkham.
A. J. Hanson.
?uperiiiteuilent of Hcboolt—
Ma tile M. Davis.
S. F. Crabbe.
Anro etcli ami (U'hci ipt inn may
qali-kly iiticeruun our 'i: 1 me wliotlier an
invniitiiiri is fnotirtluv pafeninbln. 'niintirilca.
ti'inn Htrictly coiilldciiria!. HANDBOOK on l'atiHa
sent free Olilcnt nKfHicjr for securing patents.
.1.1' .Lr nionths, |L Bold by all newsrl^lers.
Itruuch Ortloo. tS.r K St.. WawhuiKtoo. l». C.
Forum Want Ads Get Result!.
N. Chilson, H. F. Miller. T. G. Barellne.
A. A. Walker.
S. McCloskery, J. P. Mnllin, John C.
Ross and A. E. Wood.
First—A. Land bloat Second—W. O. Ol
aen Fourth—W. L. Plath.
vNS ^strict: House-J. F. Treat, F.
E. Dlbley, T. J. Plainer.
Tenth District: Beuate—B. P. Gilbert:
^oiise—Clark Moore, T. Twlcheli and A.
Eleventh District: HouseR. G. Piper. T.
O. Butgum and J. F. Collins.
ty Some of the former "insurgents"
are anxious to know what that $15 as
sessment is for, and they feel that ex
planations are in ,order.
•XS" The reports of the American
consuls in Mexico seem to contradict
the reports sent out from that country
that there was danger of an uprising
against Americans. This will be good
news to tourists especially!,
fc#4 There is much of the wheat
which undoubtedly has been injured
by the recent warm weather and the
yield will be found to be not anywhere
'A* fr'-i*.. .V*.
west, 6, 7:40 a. m.: 5:25
p. m., 5:35 p. m.
F. & S. W.—Going west, 8:30 a. m.
C. M. & St. P.—Going south, 7 a. m.,
and 7:40 p. m.
east, 2:50 p. m* ia. m.,
8: JO a. m., 10:33 p, m*
G. N.—Going west, 5:05 a. m.. and 5:35
p. m. 8:15 p. m.
Moorhead Northern—Departs 6:12 a
G- N.—To Aneta, departs 6:20 p. m.
N.—To jLarimore. 8:15 p. m.
Members of Congress—
T. F, Marshall, of Dickey
A. J. Groona. of Nelson.
Justices of Supreme Court—
p. E. Morgau, Hanmcy, 6 year term.
John Fnauf,, Stutsuiau, 4 year term,
&• JI? mi:
i 1 I w a mpd^a! meg
prisenliPti I showeil lihn thirty fert, and in another
day tht rpm»in]er(about the lengtluof a tntio.
worm that had bonn supping "v vitality for y«atn.
.hi?1." V16 fcjf health ever attire. trnafe
II appeal to other »nffcrer»."
s »»ck»tock, 1319 Olvlnity Place.
Wu«t t'bUfulelpliU, fca.
Pleasant, Palatable, Polent, Tastn Good. Do Good.
Never ''ken, Weaken or Urlpe, 10c, 25c, 50c. Never
•old In bulk. I he itetiulnw tablet BtampeJ CCD.
Guaranteed to cure or your monuv
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago ut N.Y.
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
weeks ago. This is especially the case
with durum and fife.
*y Editor Taylor refers to the dem
ocratic party as a water-logged
whaleback, but he wants the crew of
the republican ship changed the time
to do this was at the primaries,
and the majority said Ho to this
The Walhalla Mountaineer sug
gests that It would look better for some
newspapers whose publishers claim
they are republicans—rto put up the
ticket in their columns and give It
some support—instead of spending
time and space in giving "aid and
comfort to the enemy," by the articles
they are publishing. Quite a swHlllff
tyRev. J. H. Batten, the Congrega
tional pastor at Valley City, does not
believe that teachers should forrw un
ions to keep their wages up, but be
lieves that the first consideration of
the teacher should be the moral and
mental development of the child, and
that if the teacher placed the first con
sideration on his wages, and not on
what he could do for the child,
his usefulness was impaired.
The Illinois Tunnel Co. has op
ened its excavations under the city of
Chicago for the carrying on of freight
traffic, and it claims that cars can be
moved at one-quart«r of the time oc
cupied under the old system. If this
is the case, it will prove a great con
venience, as it will do away with a
vast amount of draying in the public
streets it will also facilitate the re
ceipt and dispatch of freight. This
enterprise was over half completed
before Chicago knew that it had been
even thought of.
C,The following comment on the
death of Mrs. Craigie, from The Chi
cago Chronicle, will be endorsed by
Mrs. Craigie ("John Oliver Hobbes
died in a way which most people will
deem ideal. To spend a pleasant even
ing with friends and relatives in full
enjoyment of love and companionship,
to retire to rest happy and contented
and to awaken in the next world
this is a transition to the other side
of life which leaves nothing to be de
sired. If all of us could look forward
to such a pleasing and painless pass
ing death would have small terror.
The Wahpeton Globe says that
the many editors of the state who have
spent so much time in jail since the
Streeter libel bill was passed—are the
ones who will favor the democratic
plank condemning this law. Editor
Falley should give a list of these ed
itors. Malicious libel should be worse
than larceny, and that is a fel«y—
and the present law simply ntttkes
this offense a felony instead of a mis
demeanor. No jury in the state would
convict an editor for analyzing another
man's record or for printing deroga
tory statements concerning him—if
they were true and this should be as
far as newspaper men have a right to
go—unless they make themselves li
able for the consequences. The people
have some rights in the matter.
W The movement in Massachu
setts, seeking to ascertain the rela
tions betweeen the trolley lines and
the railways, and how far the owners
of the latter have succeeded in obtain
ing control of the former—has already
borne fruit, in the transfer of the in
terests which the railroads have held
in the trolley lines to others. This in
vestigation was started none too
early. In New York state the Vander
bilts have gradually been securing
possession of all the long distance
trolley lines, where there was liable to
be any competition, and in the middle
west efforts are being made to obtain
this hold upon the electric systems,
which It is feared will soon become
competitors for freight as well as pas
senger traffic. This competition is
needed and it will be more and more
as the years go by, and it should not
be stifled by consolidation.
Stomach Troubles and Constipation.
No one can reasonably hope for
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.
sale b§r *4 dygera. ^(Aug.
CITCY HWtJBtXCrAf, MOtflJAY EVEfflffGf, W^TTST IWf,
The Sunday school class had been
asked to bring a donation of 5 cents
each, and to study up an appropriate
quotation to be repeated to the pastor
as each one should go up to his desk
to place his contribution in the poor
basket. First boy (dropping his nick
el) said: "Cast thy bread upon the
waters and it shall be returned to thee
Pastor: Very good, Master Tom.
Second boy: What you give to the
poor you lend to the Lord.
Pastor: Good, my son.
And so on, each boy recited becom
ingly, until the bad boy's turn arriv
ed, and he said as he threw in his
nickel. "A fool and his money are
The recent episode at the Betasco
theatre, Washington, when the presi
dent's coachman had a difficulty with
the manager because he would not
move his carriage, although nobody
was in the carriage and it was wait
ing for some White House guests, re
minded an old police sergeant of
time when he was stationed at the
Baltimore and Ohio station in that
city, according to The New York
Among his other duties he had to
keep carriages from standing at the
curb directly in front of the station
entrance, it being necessary to keep
that place clear for carriages that were
coming and going at that point. PreS
ident Grant drove to the station 'to
meet one of the incoming trains. While
the officer was in another place the
carriage stopped in front of the sta+
tion. When the officer returned 1®
noticed the president's rig standing
there and waited for it to move along.
When it did not move and no one
alighted the officer supposed that the
president had gone into the station.
"You know as well as I do that you
cannot stand there," said the officer to
the president's coachman.
"Do you know whose carriage this
is?" was the only answer of the man
on the box.
"That makes no difference. You
must move." But there was no move
on the part of the coachman to stir
from the place.
"Hawkins," came a voice from in
side, "did you hear what that officer
said And the head of the president
of the United States was poked out
of the carriage window. The carriage
State of North Dakota, county of
Cass. In county court, before Hon. A.
G. Hanson, judge.
In the matter of the estate of James
P. Walsh, deceased.
Agnes J. Walsh, petitioner, vs. James
Tlomas Walsh, and Sanford T. Hud
son, as special guardian of said James
Thomas Walsh, a minor, respondents.
—Citation Hearing Petition for Ap
pointment of Administrator.
The state of North Dakota to the
ahove named respondents, and all per
sons interested in the estate of James
P. Walsh, deceased.
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified that Agnes J. Walsh, the pe
titioner herein, has filed in this court
her petition, praying that letters of
administration upon the estate of
James P. Walsh, late of the city of
Fargo, in the county of Cass and state
of North Dakota, deceased, be granted
to her, sajd Agnes J. Walsh and that
the said petition will be heard and
duly considered by this court on Tues
day, the 18th day of September, A. D.
1906, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
that day, at the courtrooms of this
court in the county courthouse, in the
city of Fargo, county of Cass and slate
of North Dakota, and you, and each
of you, are hereby cited to be and
appear before this Court, at said time
and place, and answer said petition,
and shovir cause, if any there be, why
the prayer of said petition should not
Dated the llth day of August, A.- D.
1806, rpr y»
By the Court
A. G. HANSON,
(Seal) Judge of the County Court.
W. J. Clapp,
Attorney for Petitioner, Fargo,
(Aug. 18. 20. 27.)
Bids for Furnishing Coal.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the purchasing committee of the board
of trustees of the North Dakota Agri
cultural college up to 10 o'clock a. m.
on August 23rd, 1906 for the furnish
ing of 700 tons of Youghiogheny or
Hocking coal and
or more tons of
native Mgnite, price to be based at so
much per ton of 2,000 pounds, said
coal to be delivered on the Great Nor
thern railway spur at the college heat
ing plant, as called for between Sept.
1, 1906 and May 1, 1907.
Contract governing quality, quanti
ty and price of coal will be required
of successful bidder.
All bids to be sealed and marked
plainly on outside of envelope. Bids
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
C. E. Nugent, Secretary.
T. P. Kulaas,
(ft, Jj&r 38-26-M, Aug, i-6-8T%lB-20
Bids for Bonds.
Notice is hereby given that the
township board of Menter township,
Williams county, N. D., will receive
bids up to the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.
Saturday, Sept. 1, for the purchase of
$5,000 worth of township bonds, bear
ing 7 per cent interest and due Octo
ber 1, each year.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids. For further par
ticulars address. E. M. Truax, chair
man township board, Knoff, Williams
County, N. D.
Fo th* Richland County Fair at Wah
peton, Sept. 25, 26, 27 and 28.
The premium list for the Richland
County fair, which has just been is
sued, amounts to $3,900. Of this
amount $1,250 is for race purses, $2,
300 for premiums in the horse, cattle,
sheep, swine, agricultural and woman's
departments and about $350 for spe
cial prizes. The liberal premiums will
insure a large exhibit In all depart
We have a new ana unique method
of handling city real estate. Our own
Idea, Write or call on us for leaflet
describing It O. W. Kerr Company.
Verona, N. D., Aug. S.—To The Fo
rum: It is marvelous the way the vil
lage is advancing.
That residence of J. M. Kahle is
certainly a beauty.
Thomas Wilson will erect a resi
dence colonial in plan.
Alex Brown is making preparations
to leave for the seaboard. Quite n
few of the gentleman's friends hold
that he will be back in Verona after
a sojourn of a few months among the
snows and rains of the Pacific states.
Even the "hobos" are reluctant to
quit the corporate limits. We have a
pretty good set of them—white and
black, just enough African extraction
to give color to the plebs.
Today I. C. Whitney will undertake
the task of moving his household
goods and his stock of harness and
saddlery into his new quarters on Sec
Muralt & Co. have earned a splen
did reputation in the preparation of
meats, and the firm is threatening to
put in a steam chopper to entrench
some of their muscular power.
Each and every train billed for this
place comes and goes 911 time. Won
der when there will tie a deviation
from such precision?
Joe Mell is quite encouraged by the
receipts of his last shipment of live
stock to eastern markets.
The potato crop in this section is
all that could be desired. Mr. Shuman,
a rancher, some miles south of town,
called at this office the first of the
week and left a few for display.
Mr. Lancaster, a clerk in the employ
of Porter Bros., is a good all around
man. You can step into the store
and find him togged out in broadcloth
and later on we have seen him with
his blue overalls besmeared among
Officers Mid Directors:
W. C. Macfadden, Pnes'L
F. C. Gardner, Vice Preit.
Geo. H. Phelps, Cashier.
F. £. Kenaston.
H. H. Jenkin®,
C. A. Wheelock.
A. L. Loomii,
Arthur B. Le«, Attorney.
I E. J. WEISW
FRED A. IRISH
J. W. SMITH
L. S. BAM MA
A. L. WALL
Corner of Front and Eleventh Streets.
Pliea© 386. Fargo, N. D.
FARGO BANKING HOUSES.
O. O. BARNBS,
MARTIN HBCTOK. O. Ji teLBNDRBCUB.
the toiling men'who need assistance.
Jack O'Brien is putting the graift
elevator and the books in shape for
his successor, P. 8. Tiedeman.
"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.
The management of this institution aims to conduct
Conservative, legitimate business.
It extends to its friends and patrons such accommodations as their
accounts and responsibility warrant.
It solicits the business of banks, corporations and
the services of a concern conducted along these lines,
are changing your present banking
shall be glad to confer with you.,
O. O. Barnes, H. (learey, W. P. Porterfleld, S. S. Lvoe.
N. A. LewtS, J. D. Benton, Stevenson Dunlop,
W. P. Ball, Stewart Wilson, Alex Stern, B. P. Spaldlnf
Ten Years in Bad.
"For ten years I was confined to
my* bed with disease of my kidneys/*
writes R. A. Gray, J. P. of Oakvillf,
Ind. "It was so severe that I couMI
not move part of the time. I consult
ed the very best medical skill availa
ble, but could get no relief until Fol
ey's Kidney Cure was recommended to
me. Ii has been a Godsend to me."
H. H. Casselman, Lion drug store.
tJtfUiS &'***? f* I'»
e i i w i i s rn I li'
350 Rooms With All Modem
THE LARGEST AWb
BEST KEPT HOUSE
IK WASHINGTON FOR
CENTRAL IN ITS LOCATION.
Convenient to all lines of Street Cars,
Churches^ Public Buildings and Points
of Interest. J* J* Jt jt jl
Steam Heat and Electric light through
out the,Entire House. Ji ji
American Plan, $2.50 to $4 00
European Plan, $1.00 par day
O. G. STAPLESTpto^
GEO* F, SHUTT, Manager.
Commercial Bank of Fargo
Safe Deposit Boxes
H. W. GEAREY,
The Seichanls Raiioua! Bank of
Capital Paid in $100,000. Surplus $25,000.
O. J. de Lendreck.
G. E. Nichols.
United States Depositary.
The Board of Directors of the
First National Bank of Fargo
W. A. SCOW
JOHN S. WATSO#
R. S. LEWIS
THE OLDEST AND LARQEST BANK IN NORTH DAKOTA*
S. 8. LYON,
0. B. NICHOLS,
Jno. S. Wstaos.
A. L. MOODY
THOS. BAKES, Ji,
0. H. KNIGHT
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