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i K*1 V b\ -,-ncs, V*i *5»* a fpfe.^ —ig Inutility of the Mere Balloon. Brooklyn Citizen: As we have had occasion to say before, there is noth ing in mere ballooning that can solve the problem of air navigation, and as long as "the wind bloweth where it listeth" and with a force which threat ens the existence of the balloon there never will be. Even the airship float ed by something akin to the balloon ssfta All Work Guaranteed Expert Repairing and Remodeling Phone 615L Edwards Building, N. RECODIFYING THE LAWS. Th# Task Is a Tedious One—Some Suggestions Being Made.' The work of recodifying the ldttta Of the city is a tedious Job. The com mission composed of S. G. Roberts and City Attorney Roberts to recodify the laws has been in session for sev eral days and they are not near through with their work. Each ordinance of the city is befnl£ ^care fully gone over by the two members of the commission .and as they come across any portions of an ordinance which does not apply to the present ago, it is cut out and amendments are prepared which ftt the BfttseUt Con di ions and needs of the city. The heads of the various departments of the city are meeting daily with the commission and they have been instrumental in giving pointers as to what Is needed in the way of more modern laws In their department. The work will continue all of this week and likely the commission will be ready to report to the council on next Monday evening. but capable of being propelled by ma- I tlmes chineray in any direction is a danger- ous craft when the wind rises and would certainly be overturned and dashed to earth in a tempest, but a .mere balloon that must go with the wind in any case is In no proper sense &n air navigator. the shoes for men MAlDWELt the shoes for women The very bftjl dealers show them '-H" JN SELECTING FURS one must depend up QUALITY, as there are so many inferior dyed skins to imitate the genu ine which makes it in many cases impossible for the purchasers to judge the difference. Why not have your furs made up by the manufacturers? Se lect your skins and style desired, henceforth you will be more satisfied, We purchase our skins in the early season, therefore it gives us the opportunity to select a better assort ment. We are showing a complete line of fash ionable Ready-to-wear Furs, which we have made during the summer. Call and inspect our line before purchasing else where. v P. Avenue FARMING AND PROSPERITY. Fewer Crop Failures Due to Scientific Methods. Brown's Fjufmer: Probably it would be a mistake to place too little a construction on Secretary Wilson's roseate declaration that "there will be no more crop failures," but evi dently his words are not without some solid basis of fact. Extraordinary contingencies, like floods, .drought or frosts in summer or the visitation of insect pests, to the number and va riety of which there appears to be no limit, may work havoc any year. Farming is becoming scientific. Lands are no longer exhausted by be ing devoted year after year to the same crop or to crops for which they are unsuitable. Study of the soil and of farming methods is bringing the husbandman's art to the point where he can secure the maximum possible yield from the land. Assuming that Secretary Wilson's statements are even partially true, they hold out great encouragement not only to the farmers, but to the nation as a whole. Large crops with favor able market conditions mean general business activity, heavy railway ship ments and a general abundance of money. Our present period of pros perity dates from the banner crop years of the late '90's and since that time the chief fear of the financiers has been that a reversal of conditions in the agricultural districts would take away these benefits and bring on Could we be certain every year of an output sufficient to supply the na tion's needs and provide a comfort able surplus for export, the assurance of continued prosperity would be greatly increased. The inference is justified, however, that because of the progress steadily made toward scien tific methods of farming thte possibili ties of financial reverses or of a re turn of such periods of adversity as the country experienced in 1893 and the years Immediately succeeding are materially reduced. Farming is now the safest, as it has long been the most profitable business. A sour stomach, a bad breath, a pasty complexion and other conse quences of a disordered digestion are luickly removed by the use of King's Dyspepsia Tablets. Two days' treat niHjsit free. Sold by McDonald Xtifttg Mexico's Fighting Force. Review of Review: In the quarter of a century that Porflrio Diaz has h. n enforcing peace in Mexico he has be«n preparing for war. Starting the disorganized troopg that placed hin» in fjower in 1876 and those that oj» sed them, he has built up an arnjjy 27,000 men—an army well fed, well thed, well equipped and well offl red and has perfected arrangi nts quickly to increase the fighting f'H-ce to at least 60,000 in case of war Crediting the country with a popula u« n of 14,000,000, Mexico now has a idler to every 519 Inhabitants and within a short time following a decla tion of war against a foreign foe hi ratio could be changed to one to every 283. 16 THE FARGO FOBUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 1906. County Commissioner Brown Wants Om Kapt By the Board—A Vaiuabl* Reference. County Commissioner Brown, at the meeting of the board Tuesday aft ernoon, suggested a novel plan to the account of every brldfee in the county and by his plan he rays it will mean tho saving of hundreds of dollars to th^ county. 1 The plan in question Is this: Com missioner Brown contemplates the A RECORD OF IRKS THE CATTLE BUSINESS marking of each county bridge in the the ranchers are becoming opulent county either alphabetically or nu merically. The marking to be done by the board of commissioners and the county surveyor. As soon as the After a record Is made of all of the bridges the commissioners can turn over to the number or letter of the bridge, ascertain its exact location and when the last repairs were made on it. By keeping this record also the commissioners can figure from the cost, of the different bridges what new bridges ought to cost the county from Proudest Day of His Life. Detroit Free Press: Jim—What's the matter with Tommy? Has he fallen heir to a fortune? Billy—No he casta his flirst vote to morrow he's just 21. Sixth Infantry Coming. bridge is marked the location of the Reived $67 per Bead. Of course this bridge, when built, when painted lasti i is an unusually good price and the and the cost of construction, together, ranchers do not all get that much with the cost of painting and other,for their beef, but they are all receiv data, is to be recorded in a record Ins good returns from the sale of their to be kept by the county auditor. time to time and in this way it is es- growth and prosperity of the town of the western eUtfe timated the bridge manufacturers could not organize a pool and operate in this state. The plan will be tak en up by the board at this session and some definite action will be tak en with regard to the plan. Bismarck Tribune: General John W. Bubb, commanding the department of Dakota, with headquarters at St. Paul, is in the city, accompanied by hN aide, Lieut. Morris M. Keck. The general will visit Fort Lincoln tomor row and thoroughly inspect it before leaving for St. Paul. General Bubb says the Sixth Infantry left San Fran cisco yesterday and ought to reach here by next Saturday. Four com panies will be stationed at the post under command of a major. General Bubb is a most approachable and gen gentleman and has very kindly lings for this city. Englevalo. Englevale, N. D., Nov. 13.—To The Forum: Born, on election day, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sand ers. One more republican voter. Ronald Iverson, who has been very sick with typhoid fever, is improving rapidly. Dr. Patterson was in towa' Sunday attending to the sick. Mrs. Campbell, east of town, hadt-q. very lively runaway. She escaped with only a few bruises. An excellent sermon was preached Sunday night by Rev. Boothby. There will be a prayer meeting every Tuesday night at H, W. Por ter's until further notice. The Aid last Thursday afternoon was well attended at Mrs. N. H. Por ter's in spite of the weather. Mr. Murray expects to move into town soon. The passenger train coming from the west ran over and killed a big gray timber wolf last Saturday Wm. Caffery drove out and brought in the skin. He certainly was a big fellow. The W. C. T. U. meets with Mrs. N. W. Porter Saturday next. The Englevale Aid will meet on Nov. 22, 1906, with Mrs. Wm. Caffery. --n oh y.vt p.. hjSJrf JfW* V' pLl] t'T 38 f'i t\ ', i- V Y'' every fto*dSr Cor. E. *fr i It Is Prospering in the Western Part of tho State—New Tfwnt Grow Rapidlyt The cattle business in the western part of the state is in an unusually prosperous condition, according to Professor "Waldron of the A. C., who board as to how to keep an accurate ^as just returned from a trip to the vicinity of Medora. The cattlemert^falstng^ %t&fc3 quantities of stock .and,. JLhlsv ypajc North Dakota steertf leentY6»*lle fi'kiV ticularly appreciated for bi^- prices are being paid for their carcasses and "A short time ago," said Professor W&ldron, in discussing the matter, "the Foleys of Medora made a ship ment of steers for which they re- stock. "Then, too, from what I could learn there is a larger quantity of stock raised in the extreme western part of the state than ever before, so that the live stock industry is of greater im portance than ever before in that vi cinity. One of the things which most sur prised Professor Waldron during his recent trip vjas the remarkable Sentinel Butte on of North Dakota. Why Suffer l^rom RtrttmKatfirftf Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieved? If you doubt this try one application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It may not give you re lief from pain but will make rest and sleep possible, and. that certainly means a great deal to any one afflict ed with rheumatism. For sale by all dealers. Meaning of "Moral Victory." North Yamhill, Ore., Record: When a man claims he won a "moral" vic tbry it means he has had the stuffing licked out of him. Won Against Odds. Jamestown Capital: Frank Pabulitz ki has moved into the city from his farm and is preparing to enjoy some of the good things of life. He came here eight years ago with not to ex ceed $1,500 worth of property and now is the owner of 520 acres of land with horses, machihery, etc., necessary for the operation of 3uch a tract, has good farm buildings ard is well equipped. He knows the ups and downs of farm ing experience here and says the dark years for him were the first three he was here. He experienced a dry year and got little or jiothing. Then ths following year, when he had a good crop but no insurance hail swept it away. Then the next year he had in 250 acres of flax and there came an unprecedented and blighting frost July 10, which nipped the grain in the hollows. But he cut about 100 acres of the grain, which cost him 29 cents a bushel to get threshed, so that he just about came out even. That was the climax, but he had the grit to stay by a good thing when he knew it. He did plastering for his neighbors and for the fourth time made a start and ever £ince has prospered. This week he paid off his last mortgage. His farms yielded him $4,000 this year. He bought some extra lots in the city this spring and intends to build in the spring. Mr. Publitzkl's experience shows what Industry and sticktultiveness will bring. In his dictionary there is no such word as "fail," that word hav ing been left out. He owns property today worth, say, $18,000, and it is of the kind that will never depreciate to the old values, for most of it is in land which is constantly increasing in worth. ...<p></p>Sunny •X zit A- «J-1 fet i WESTERN OFFICE O* BROOK DISTILLING CO. D1STIU.BKH OP Sour Mash Bourbon and RyeWbtoktof Address AH Communications To uur St. Paul Office OF INTEREST TO We lWMf1Wstibmlt for your consideration the llwe^on which* conduct the safe of WINES AND LIQUORS by which fe enable yon to buy these goods 25 to 50 per cent below the prices you are actually paying. (1) We sell our goods to dealers only and do business with each purchased direct without the intervention of traveling representatives involving a heavy expenditure for salaries, railroadfotot, hottl' bill*, etc., which necessarily must fall upon you 5 (3) All our sales being atrietly for Cash with Otder, we do not lilbUr losses by bad debts. (3) We have done away with maifjf expensed entailed by the usual but old and costly system still adopted for selling Wines and LlqtiOrs, Working our business on economical up-to-date methods. (4) All our Wines and Liquors are guaranteed to conform to the Pure Food Laws of North Dakota as well as the National Pure Food Drugs Act. (5) We guarantee the QttaHty of our goods Tuad the price to. P» tbom 25 to 50 per cent below those of other firms or "refund" the money. TOUGHS AT LARIMORE. We invite you to send for an illustrated Catalogue and Price List oi better still, to send a Trial Order. In doing so, state about th® price you want to pay and leave the rest to us. Yours v§ry respectfully, Two Hired Men Started Rough Houses and Landed in Jail. Bd. Sullivan is in the Lariniore Jail on a charge of malicious mischief. Sul livan had been to Larlmore Monday and on his return to the Streeter farm last night, he started to make trouble. Getting a club he smashed in a num ber of windows, frightened a number of women and children about the place, until Chief of Police Fadden of Larlmore Vas called. Sullivan de clared that no man could arrest him, but soon changed his mind and be came very meek in the hands of the officer. He will be up some time this afternoon. A man named Mooney is the other resident of the Larimore Jail. He was arrested last night after raising a dis turbance at the Columbia restaurant. Munroe had charge of the restaurant during the evening for the owner who short of help. Munroe is a livery sta ble man. Mooney, after getting into tho restaurant, started to raise a row and he was ordered out. Before going, however, he struck one of the men there, and on getting out of the door left it open. Munroe went to close it, when Mooney came back, a short fight ensued and Munroe was badly cut up, it being claimed that Mooney used brass knuckles. After Munroe's wounds had been attended to, Mooney was arrested. Lowest Rates to West and Southwest. On the first and third Tuesdays of each month until March, 1907, inclus ive, the Chicago Great Western rail way will sell one-way colonist tickets at nearly half fare to points in Ar kansas, Colorado, Indian Territory, Kansas, Louisiana, Mexico, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming. For further information apply to R. R. Jones, T. A., 54 Edwards building, Fargo, N. D. The North Dakota Pure Food Commission Has just Completed thorough examination of practically every brand of whiskey sold in the State to ascertain if they complied with the NEW PURE POOD LAW. Out of hundreds of samples analyzed S .. tiie v *«. The PURE FOOD Whiskey was rtie ONLY one You'n# This speaks for itself. SUNNY BROOK BOTTLED IN BOND is sold everywhere. Ask for and insist on the genuine. See th&t the bottle bears tHe United States Government Ore en Guarantee Stamp of Age and Ptirity. If your dealer don't handle SUNNY BROOK, write us a postal and we will gladly fell you where to get it* v, V SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY 60., Louisville, K£ a ftvttudaM-o- -rtWi.v Cn !v J- #v .0<p></p>Brook W -v:, 4 We Sell Onr Products Pi* SPOT CASH ONLY DIRECT TO DEALERS Saving Them Wholesale?!* Profits WE EMT LOT NO ASBiCr» Nov. 1, 1ft*. EAGLE BROOK DISTILLING CO. NEARLY ASPHYXIATED. Close Call for a Pair of Qrand Fork® Face Scraper®. Grand Forks Herald: It was A Very fortunate escape, but an experience which the two victims will not care to repeat again. James Brown and John Marble, barbers, employed for some time past in the Dacotah barber shot, had a very close call from the grim monster Sunday nightthrough that in* sidious destroyer of life, asphyxiating, and although they will probably be entirely recovered from the effects of the disease within a few days, they will not soon forget the narrow es cape. They retired to their room in a boarding house on Internationa} avenue about 11 o'clock in the even ing and were awake but a short time. Some two hours later the landlady was aroused by groans and peculiar sounds aparently emanating from their room. There was no light in the room and after calling and con tinued efforts to arouse them the door was broken open and the presence of coal gas was immediately made mani fest. The windows were opened and lights brought, revealing the two young men unconscious in their bed. A physician was summoned and he roic measures after some time re stored both young men to conscious ness, but it will be some time before they entirely recover from the effects of the poison. Had the discovery qt their predicament been delayed a great deal longer, it would have un doubtedly been fatal for both. A de fective arrangement of the dampers of the coal stove heating their room was responsible tfor the disaster. 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