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THE COMFORTABLE WAY.
Fargo, N. D., June 3, 1906.
{Join* Mast
2.
Fergus Falls,
St.
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No 14. Wnhpeton, Sioux
City, St.
Pftal,
Duluth
0. Gr.
WIi
8:00 an
8:30 an
No. 12. St. Cloud, St.
Pnnl *.....
No. 10. Wnbpeton, St.
Pnul
Golnjr West
Frks.j, Mi not
rrlnnipog ..... ..
So.
*10:33 pit
-No. 129. Crookston, Ehihtth,
Winnipeg
Nr.. 1. Oriental Limit
ed, Iiutte, Spo
kane, Seattle and
coast points xS:53 pn
xSKKSan
Fargo-A net*
Leaves .. 0:20 pm
Arrives ...10: am
Lnrlmore-Fargo
Arrive ..11:30am
Leaves 8:15 pm
xDally. Others dally except Sun
day.
Sleeping car reservations, tickets
ami Information from
J. P. ItOHAN. A rent.
TIME CARD
01"-
TRAINS.
FARGO.
WESTBOUND.
No. "North ''oast Limited"
So.
o. Pacific Express
o. 7~-Miiin*w»ta Local-. ..i...
5—New Coast Train...V,.
V'
5:25 p. m.
6:(X a. in.
,aj6:35 p. ui.
,7:40 a. m.
EASTBOUBlfe.
Si'" 2—"N°rtl Coast Limited" 7:10 a. m.
i~T.Yln
(i,-v Express
.... 11:10
p. in.
No. 0—Mliinesnta Local 0:^i u. in.
No. 8—l)ak, Man, Express. 0:40 p. m.
F. «. W. BRANCH.
!|°«Te8 8:80
a. m.
•Returns 7:05 p. m.
CA8SELTON BRANCH TO MARION
•Leave* Fargo
•Returns
•Dally except Sunday.
.... ®:40 JSt rn.
All other trains daily.
Through tickets to all
United States, Canada, Alasi
Japan.
A. M. Cleland, O. P. A.. St. Paul,
'•*&
points In the
ska, China and
J. E. JOHNSON, Agent.
Minn.
V
fct. I^aul and Dulutb slepeers are tuiyhn
fnii'n 8.
Do You
w
Desire
«Kk.
A valuable 'arm?
A desirable business location?
A site for a manufactory?
A rich gold or Iron mineT
A bituminous coal
i&4
field?
A range for stock raising?
An unsurpassed fruit farm?
A place especially adapted flM* a
vineyard?
A cotton plantation?
A place where you can make pitch,
turpentine or rosin?
A tract for a lumbering camp?
A place for a truck farm?
A water power capable of indefinite
expansion?
A residence in the finest climata in
the world?
A winter or summer hom»T
A section for sorgum or cans Brew
ing?
The Southern railway traverses the
States
of Virginia, North and South
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississip
pi!
Kentucky and Tennessee.
In short, do you
wish
tness, prosper and
most
to live, do bus*
grow
favored
8tates?
rich in the
section
of
If so,
the United
locate in the territory
of the Southern Railway and your
wishes
will
take the form of a tan­
gible reality.
For maps, pamphlets, eto., oomnumi
with
M. V. RICHARD8,
Land and industrial Ageni
Southern Railway,
.*
Washington,
D. C.
EASTERN
MILWAUKEE
AND
sr.
km
MIA Oil) .BUNCO MAN
Flowery Agent Imposed Upon Flower
Loving Fargo Women by Sell
ing Bogus Bulbe.
A bold, bad bunko man with bogus
bulbs Is abroad In the land and has
been operating, more or less extensive
ly among the residents of the east
side, where he has parted with his
bulbs at four bits per. According to
the story of a lady resident of the
«outh side who was "taken in" by the
man, he is representing himself to be
i representative of a Minneapolis flor
st.
The lady in question was approach
ed yesterday at her home by the agent
.vho at once launched into a flowery
leacrlptlon of the virtues of his won
I lerful bulbs, which he declared "have
i ust been discovered, are early bloom
ng, frost proof and guaranteed to
tiloom in any climate." The agent
continued to say that the only time
vhen these bulbs can be planted, with
ssurance of their proper growth, is
luring the last two weeks of Novem
ber. After hearing his story and see
ng the wonderful illustrations shown
her from a small catalogue which the
agent carries, the lady decided that
two of these wonderful blooming bulbs
should be hers and accordingly told
him that he might plant two of them
In her yard, near the porch, where
their bright blooms might brighten the
bleak days of spring, for it Is fn the
springtime, says the agent, that the
bulbs are especially active.
Accordingly the agent knelt upon
the damp, dark ground and ^digged
two little holes, nice little holes
wherein to bury the beautiful bulbs.
-While he was engaged In interring
the embryo joy bringers the agent
a^slted the lady If she would bring him
I two small sticks to serve as monu
ments to the plants and warn the
heavy foot of humanity to tread not
on the graves of the plants which were
to arise soon and assert themselves.
When the lady returned with the two
small sticks she found that the plant
ing had been finished and the agent
aftor placing the markers took the two
half dollars and his departure.
After the agent had gone the lady
became somewhat suspicious and un
covered the graves of the bulbs. And
when the earth had been cleared away
she beheld the holes but no bulbs, no
butt*. Mayhap the agent has them
s,f-
8:10 Yti
Notice to Creditors.
In the Matter of the Estate dt Carl
iOlftf Hulberg, Deceased:
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Henry Krogh as adminis
trator of the estate of Carl Olaf Hul
berg, late of the city of Fargo, in the
Jcounty of Class and state of North
foakota, deceased, to the creditors of,
and all persons having claims against',
said deceased, to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers, within four
months after the first publication of
tlpis notice, to said administrator at
,hls office at No. 720 Front street, in
the city Of Fargo, in said Cass coun
ty.
•ibated November 13th, A. D. 1906.
im,
HENRY
krogh,
Public Administrator.
Pilarst publication on the 14th day
of November, A. D. 1906.
(E Nov. 14, 21, 28 Dec. 5.)
Trains i Daily
FROM
SI. PAUL AND HiNHEAPOLIS
& •. FOR
Mliwaukta, Chicago #nd all Eastern
ana! leathsurn Points.
y. VIA
Wisconsin
Central Railway
KfiME TOUR ROUTE
t$,
For Furtiur information Ask Your
Nearest T'cfcet Agent, or Write
JAS. G. POND,
G. P, A., Milwaukee, Whu
'J
lit important wh«n n»»i,..i.
2 !Is
8
1
jmP°rtant When purchasing your
ticket to Eastern Canada that you re
quest the ticket agent to make It read
over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St
Paul Railway, if you want the best
of train service.
tra,ns
*»"6m Minneapolis
and St. Paul to Chicago—including
1 ,ay
Expr6e8-
affording a day­
light ride in full view of the beau
tiful scenery of the Mississippi river
Canadian Excursion Tickets also ac
cepted without extra charge on The
Pioneer Limited and the U. s. Gov
ernment Fast Mail Trains.
ROUNDTRIP RATE TO POINTS IN
EASTERN CANADA, 240 DATES
OF SALE, DECEMBER 1 TO DE
CEMBER 31, 1906. LIBERAL RE
TURN LIMIT8 AND STOP-OVER
•.,P«IViLEGE8. .tj
W. B. DIXON, N. W. P. Am
trim*: 365 ROBERT STREET.
8T. PAUL.
G. O. W&lton, Trar, Pass. Agi.. St. minrt.
-w K. MeConnell, Trav. Pass. Agt, St.'Paul,
H. D, Eovig, Trav. Pass.JAgt., St, Paal.
Caldwell, Special Pass.'Agt., Chicago,
PAUL RAILWAY
'ir' 1*0'^ Ostitis*'
Bismarck Tribune: "Sfot machines
are a curse to the city."
So spoke a business man yesterday
who had reason, by the falling off of
collections from certain residents of
the city, to feel personally the evil the
cash slot machines have wrought in
town,
"When customers say they are un
able to pay their monthly bills be
cause they cannot resist the tempta
tion to play the slot machines that are
to be found all over the city," con
tinued the merchant, "it is time some
thing was done to rid the city of these
pests."
At his suggestion The Tribune has
looked Into this matter and was
amazed at the machines in operation
at various points. A hurried canvass
of the city developed the presence of
slot machines that are played for
money in the following places: Frank
Kunz's place, 2 J. E. Murphy, 4 Grif
fin's pig, 2 Northwest hotel, 1 Chris
topher's pig,
2
Reimer's main street
pig, 2 Dewey house pig, 2 Egan's
pig, 1 Reimer's Fifth street pig, 1
Club restaurant, 2, and Utopia res
taurant, 1, and there are doubtless
other places where they are to be
found.
These machines vary in the amount
that can be played in them from 5
cents to a dollar, and the extent of
their extortion can be guessed at when
one person last week cleaned up $160
from the machines located in his place.
At this ration about $800 weekly Is
split up between the men who rent
the machines to the local parties and
those who have the machines in their
places of business.
Isn't it a pretty godd'tfci to pay
lawbreakers?
The machines In themselves are bad
enough, but it is currently reported
that the greed of some of the parties
Is so great that three quarters of the
large prizes are plugged so that there
is no chance for the poor devil who
throws his money away by going
against this brace game to win once
In fifty times.
The machines are simply robbers
and the law recognizes them as fcoch.
The limit seems to have been reach
ed and it is time the machines were
out of business. The way to do it is
plain.
It is common report that small boys
are allowed to play the machines in
certain places, and in one instance it
is related that a school boy was sent
down town by his widowed mother to
buy groceries and to pay a bill, but
the lad ran foul of a machine and lost
$7 of his mother's hard earned money.
M&ny men who can ill afford to lose
money are said to squander a large
part of their wages with these robbers.
It is understood the owner of the
machines is a young man who drop
ped into town, placed his machines
and now draws a weekly trifle of
something like $400, minus, probably,
the douceur customary In such cases.
Hie pays no taxes nor a dollar to help
the city, and yet proceeds on his way
smiling at the snap he has and the
suckers that abound in the town.
If a man comes into the town to sell
goods he is pr6mptly rounded up for a
license, yet this man comes along and
robs the people right and left and
unmolested. That the police are
aware of the presence of the machine
*s shown from the fact that in at least
one place the machines are ordered
turned toward the wall on Sunday,
while across the street, In two direc
tions, the merry wheels rattle around
Sundays as well as other days.
Few people are aware to what ex
tent these machines have cleaned up
the ready cash of a host of men
youths and boys.
In the opinion of many the slot ma
chines are but the stepping stdnes to
^introduction of the roulette
wheels, stud games and farj layouts
It is a notorious fact that one sin be
gets another, and unless this evil is
promptly stamped out Bismarck'-win
be a stench in the nostrils of t!» «n
tire state.
Put Out of Business.
Monday's Tribune: If the chief of
police is correct all the slot machines
in the city have been turned to the
wall,
This may be true of all the places
out the Northwest hotel, where Mr.
Patterson says the machine will re
main in^ action until it is removed by
the autnorlties, whom he invites to
remove it.
The prompt action of the mayor In
having his police close up the ma
chine-, is favorably commented on by
all but those who chose from contrari
ness to put vhemselves in the class
or open law breakers, and there is a
general expression that the owners
move the machines from the city or
stand arrest and confiscation and de
struction of their thieving outfits.
Of the twenty machines mentioned
yesterday It is said only three are
owned by residents of the city, so a
good bonfire would not materially hurt
local commerce and trade.
In speaking of the raid on the ma
chines Alderman E. G. Patterson said
in substance that he felt that the laws
should be administered without dis
crimination and that if the evil of
gambling was hurting the people why
was not something done to prevent
trie sons of prominent people from
getting drunk and making night hid
eous on the streets? These young
noys, he said, roamed the streets at
night ^at will and no one ever heard
oi an arrest of them, but because a
few slot machines were played trouble
must be made. He wanted to know
why a fight was made on one evil and
feet °n
another'
or
,5**®
^ords to that ef-
ot the
Plac#s where ihe
leased machines are kept, gay their
owner Is out of town and that upon
his return some disposition will be
made of them. It is understood the
authorities will insist that the ma-
e o v e o
the
XZarr
It
In
V
City and
80urces 11 is
absented that
,f th# raachines
interesting to hear the various
ST*
UrP°n
the
Closln*
-lot
.Machines' In some circles resistance
v*'A -«j ^k^.vV
THE FAROO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 81", 1M v*
1
-t^A} '-4jg.s'
Slot Machines in the Joints
and Blind Pigs at Bismarck
such action is deprecated for fear that
the attack on th'* machines vould be
followed, If the order to close is resist
ed, by
a
raid on the many saloons
whiou infest the town, and on that
'hec- they ar*u» that ».oey had "l-ct-'
ter let -seeping dogs lie." There is
an undercurrent of opinion that this
movement is but the forerunner of
others which will make for a cleaner
and better town. However this may
be, The Tribune is not in the confi
dence of anyone who contemplates
such a move.
The intimation that the new gover
nor may take a hand in *be enforce
ment of the prohibition law all over
the state has made cold shivers run
down the backs of certain people and
in some circles today it iia.s been flo
ured out that The Tribune has been
subsidized by the new governor to
work out his reform schemes!! But
as stated before, The Tribune is not
aware of what anybody is planning
nor posted on what anybody intends
to do. The Tribune Is opposed to
gambling games of any sort, and will
continue tc use its influence toward
their suppression in this city, that's
all there is to it.
It is a well-known medical faet that
pine resin is most effective in the
treatment of diseases „of the bladder
and kidneys. Sufferers from back ache
and other troubles due to faulty action
of the kidneys finds relief in the use of
Pine-ules. $1 buys thirty days* treat
ment. Sold by McDonald Drug Co.
Am Ancient Tnne.
••We Won't Go Home Till Morning'
Is not a modern, song at least the air
1b
not modern, for it dates back to the
times of the first Duke of Marlbor
ough. It is the old French air of "Mai
brouk s'en va-t-en guerre Dieu sait
quant reviendra" ("Malbrouk has gone
to the war the Lord knows when he
will come home again"). The second
verse hinted that the Duke of Marl
borough would be a long time away,
"II reviendra-z-a la Paques, ou a la
Trinite" ("He will return at Easter or
Trinity Sunday"). In south Yorkshire,
in England, that air exists as a chil
dren*s song:
Mollie Brooks, she went to be shaved
Mollis
Brooks, she went to be shaved
Mollta Brooks, she went to ba shaved
and the
barber
cut her chin.
"Mollie Brooks" ti corruption of
Marlborough.
u
•i.
Both Saw the Monlcey
had a most terrible experience to
day," declared the pretty girl to her
hoarding house companions. "I was
Valking along the street, when sud
denly
I
heard a most peculiar noise.
I looked up, and there on a stoop stood
a most hideous monkey, leering at me.
It startled me, and I stepped back
quickly, putting my hand to my eyes.
Then the man who was coming Just
behind me remarked:
""You're all right, little girl. I see
It, too, and I've been on the water cart
fpr weeks.' Now, what do you sup
pose he meant?"
The men boarders who were at the
table answered not, but the wife of
one of them explained to the girl later
OBu—iCew York Tribune.
A RemarkabM Comedy,
The most remarkably comedy ever
written is "The Visionaries," by Des
raarets, the protege of Richelieu.
Every character in the play has a hal
lucination of one kind or another. One
Is a coward who thinks he has con
quered tho world, another a poet who
conceives himself better than Homer,
another a lover who becomes enam
ored of every heroine he reads of in a
romance, another a beggar who thinfr*
himself richer than Croesus.
DANGER IN DELAY,
KIDNEY DISEASES ARE
it
CO
DANGEROUS FOR FARGO PEO
PLE TO NEGLECT.
THe great danger of kidney troubles
is that they get a firm hold before the
sufferer recognizes them. Health is
gradually undermined. Backache, head
ache, nervousness, lameness, soreness,
lumbago, urinary troubles, dropsy, dia
betes and Bright's disease follow in
merciless succession. Don't neglect
your kidneys. Cure the kidneys with
the certain and safe remedy, Doan's
Kidney Pills, which has cured people
right here in Fargo.
Geo. Hill, barber, under the Commer
cial bank, and living at 509 Front street,
north, Fargo, N. D., says: "I got more
benefit from the use of one or two
boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills than from
two hundred dollars worth of treat
ment from physicians. This may sound
strong, but I am merely stating the
facts. I had been nearly always sub
ject to kidney complaint and my work
necessitates a bending position which
caused a strain on the muscles of the
back and the kidneys as well. I found
this especially so three years ago when
working on the railroad between St
Paul and Portland. There were times
when my back was so sore and lame
that I could not get up from a chair,
without help unless I slid out, and then
it was torture to straighten up. The
kidney secretioqs were irregular and
annoying and caused me much embar
rassment. This condition continued in
spite of the treatment of doctors and
the plasters and various medicines I
used, until a fellow workman insisted
on me trying Doan's Kidney Pills.
got a box at Wilser's drug
store and the first few doses helped
me so much that I continued taking
them and improved every day until my
kidneys and back were sound, well and
healthy again. I am in better shape
now than I was for many years."
For sale by all dealers. Price so cents,
Foster-Milburn Co., iJt:ff ilo, New York,
sole agents for the L'nited States.
Remember
v*'
Draper's Furniture Store Was
stroyed Sunday Afternoon.
Fire at Mandan last Sunday after
noon destroyed the building and furni
ture stock of C. E. V. Draper, two
doors west of the First National bank
block, and next door to the Farmers
State bank. Draper's loss was total,
and only by splendid work of the fire
department was the blaze confined to
the seat of the fire. The Farmers bank
building was only slightly damaged.
In the evening fire broke out again,
but the flames were quickly extin
guished.
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LOW
THANKSGIVING
RATES
Northern Pacific Railway
AN DAN BLAZE.
The weather was decidedly frigid
apd
the fire fighters were handicap#^
by'faulty water supply.
Traced to it* Source.
Ally Sloper: She—Sometimes you
appear really manly and sometimes
Tfckets on sale
Minneapolis, St.
be glad t0
Be
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Fare and a third for the round trip—
children half rates—to any point on^*^
the Northern Pacific lines in Wiscoifev/'^
sta, Minnesota, North Dakota, wilff
minimum rate of 50 cents. Ticket**1 on
sale Nov. 28-29 final limit Dee. 3, IBOfl.
Tickets not fcdod on "North Coast Ldm«
'/ted." *.
mMl
For ftlU informattyifcsW*®'^'
4. a. JOHNSON, Local AoMtC
FARGO, N. D.
A. CLELAND, G. P. A*
st. paul, Minn.
De-
U
Round
Trip to
December 1st to 31st Good
for return f?ire«r months from date of sale
OW *, Finest Pasienj»r Equipm
in the world will be found on the
NortH-Western Line
PhuI so
&A*. iL i,
?4'iiv
i fSM
you are quite effeminate. How do
you account for It?
He—It's hereditary, I Suppose. One
half of my ancestors were males and
the other half females.
Chicago
Four Fine Fast Trains Daily
I*Or Special Canadian Excursion Pamphlet and any itu
formation desired about rtitcs,
etc. write
to
E. A.
URO
Becurlt
Grand
DOKNEIATT
Irtgr. A (tent
Waldorf Hotel
Stego, N. D,
on of
the Burlington
tel1*
you how
Mvith which trains run on time,
the Burlington's guest next titfte yo^fo eall^l
and after that you'll be a regular Burlington patron,
"i J' 1 To Chicago: Throe daily trains
w 4 To
St,
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The Now Pure Food and Drug Law.
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
colds and lung troubles is not afTected
by the national pure food and drug
law as it contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and we recommend it
as a safe remedy for children and
adults. H. H. Casselman, Lion r)rny
Store.
fcsrmera* Institutes.
Mayville, Dec. 6, 7, 8, 1906.
Edinburg, Dec. 10, 11, 1906
Larimore, Dec. 12, 13,1906-
Notthwood, Dec. 14, 15, im ',
Hunter, Dec. 17, 18, 1906.
Dwight, Dec. 19, 20, 1906.
Kindred, Dec. 21, 22, 1906.
£. E. Kaufman, Superintendent
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s°0d wrvwe is, haw v
^modern and comfortable are the cars, How courteout
and obliging are the employes, what unusually excellent
dining car meals are provided aod about the refeuiarit*^ -ws'sikO
but if ypu have never been a guest of the Burling^'"
ton you cannot know how much different and jiow
touch better it is than the ordinary railroad. f.
V.*v
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Uj Two daily trains, ,•!
gendn postal for a free lllaatated
t#UiCg
Mb°ai
$ i-
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