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.,-. fC: "j: "t i e s Cured The moment you start to use It, |Dur suffering ends and the cure of |piour dread disease is in sight. Here j|R one of the many thousand letters He get about this great cure: "I have been a terrible sufferer of plies for fourteen (14) years and dur ing all this time you can have an idea «f how many kinds of medicine I tried. Hut I found no relief whatever. "Now, after trying but one treat ment of your 'Pyramids,' I am free, free to tell all sufferers of this dread ful disease to try this medicine—the Pyramid Pile Cure. It will cure when All others fall. Sincertly yours, George Srancight, Schellburg, Pa." The Pyramid Pile Cure Is jut up in form of "easy-to-use," specially Made suppositories. They are sooth lig. painless, Instant, and certain. A trial treatment will be sent you at Wico by mail, in plain, sealed wraper, ^Without a cent of expense to you, if jrou send your name and address to Pyramid Drug Co., 83 Pyramid Build ing, Marshall, Mich. After you receive the sample, you can get a regular-size package of Py ta.niid Pile Cure at your druggist's for •0 cents, or If he hasn't it, send us the money and we will send it to you. I Wh v *ufter SMUT CLEANER on earth. Boy ten years old can turn out f"rr fifty to seventy-five bushels ?ur and it leaves the seed wheat »n beat possible condition for seeding, and will separate ?mut balls, wild oats, buckwheat and king luad, or anything that will float. For lurtlier information inquire of Has Just The e e Cfrt Rid of Your Pile* Right'Now. /Pyramid Pile Cure Can Do It Quickly and Painlessly. ?V- FREE PACKAGE SENT TO PROVE IT. Half of the suffering and torture of piles has never been told. But no mat ter. "Whethqt your particular case of piles is almoit too excruciating for any mortal to bear, or if you are fearfully tantalized by unreachable itching, or whether you have only a moderate case of piles, there ig positive relief, and quick, too, in Pyramid Pile Cure. You need not take for granted all we ourselves say about our Pile Reme dy. We wunt it to speak for itself, wc want you to send for a free pack age, today, of the marvelous Pyramid Pile Cure. Wc want to prove these statements to you personally, so that you will feel the result yourself. Pyramid Pile Cure has cured the •Hforst form of piles known. We prove II. Instant relief can be gotten by us to* the marvelous Pyramid Pile Cure. Ii Immediately reduces all congestion •rid swelling heals all sores, ulcors And irritated parts. »Hh y.iur kidney*? .he dia« 0ntr\ «*f k idn« -I'tte* h»* proved a Messing b«u»mdt of kldnr -siiMei-frs »ho have been •»**"'••t! to perfect health. These Tablet* drive flke tf«o*«el ftrmj out of the sy•tern, and we •rye all lufterers to give this scientific «Mt kidney remedy a trial. 28 cent*. n. ri. t^M.n.an, Proprietor. HERO Smut Cleaner Twin City Separator Co., Minneapolis, Minn., P. D. WALSH, State A Courtenay. N. D. COLUMBIA HOTEL k HEBRON, N* D. HARRY CRUMPEL, Proprietor. Been Reopened. EUROPEAN PLAN. Show Your friends #ur Work In doing so, you not only help ua to gain a new customer, but you also help your friend to find a suitable place to have her work done. You know what excellent service we give you. and we can ^ive your friend the same service too, if you will only tell her Information keefclct free. Return cipreM paid on ertftra »1 IS *r More Forum Want Ada Get Results. traffic might be resumed, has left an impression on the minds of railroad men which will last for some time to come. The part played in the struggle by the jtary snow plows was an im portant one. Many a big drift of snow which was able to withstand all the efforts of an ordinary snow plow with several engines back of it, was forced to give way slowly and reluctantly, but SPORT NG THE CRESCENTS WON Viritors Get Rested up and Went After -if* A^ C. Team in the Laat Game —Went East. As a result of their good test the Creieent Ave was in better shape last night than in the first contest and wal loped the A. C. quint 38 to 25. The visitors showed "better team work and covered their men better than in the lirst contest, where they were very slow in that respect. The Crescents loft for Minneapolis, where they will play a series of games. Palmer Wa« Eaay. not land more than iifrtaff the contest. Ex-Dakota Scrapper. Davenport, la., March 28.—Billy Pap ke, of Spring Valley, and Billy Rhodes, St. Paul, fought a fifteen-round Iraw in the arena of the Davenport Athletic club. Rhodes' gameness sav ed him from defeat. He took a severe lacing at the hands of the husky coal miner, but was right after his oppon- tfnider, of Peru, in the first round. A Charity Ball. The many friends of Miss Lilly Miller of Moorhead, who is now con fined in a St. Paul hospital, suffering trom the dread disease of insomnia, .*nd in order to take treatments it has become necssary to raise funds to pay for the same, as she is a poor girl and w 5 THE FAfiGO FOimi AND Advent With the coining of the warm bright days of spring and the rapid disappear ance of the snow, people have almost forgotten the huge banks of the beau tiful which were piled upon the prair ies and drifted Into the cuts on the railroads. 'But the tremendous battle. In which the railroads were engage two months.ago in their effort to clear a way on the various lines so' that of Spring Makes One f^qrget the Blizzards, Los Angeles, March 28.—Jack Pal mer. the English heavyweight, was de feated by Jack (Twin) Sullivan, of lk)ston, in the tenth round of a sched uled twenty-round contest. Palmer was outclassed fr,om the tap of the Is only outside tirst round. The Englishman has a long reach, knows how to cover up :ind seemed strong enough, but his blows were poorly timed, and he did within the jurisdiction of the city audi- six good blows MOSQUITO BITE IN SUIT. Heavy Damages Awarded Employe I Poisoned by Tiny Wound. Berlin, March 28.—An 'action. fOr damages because of a mosquito bite is the latest startling Innovation in the law courts. At Augsbar»g a workman named Glaser prosecuted his employer under the employers' liability law, and has jttsf won his case. Employed in a color and varnish factory, he was bitten on the arm by a mosquito. Blood poisoning set In and his arm had to be amputated. i The attorney of the workman de clared that if the man had not been handling poisonous materials the mos quito bite would have been harmless, but that as he did and the materials I were the property of the employer, he was entitled to damages, and the court decided in his favor, awarding him a pension fqr life of 46 per cent of his wages, v The ease has been appealed. surely when the rotary was put to work on It. In feet, had it not been for the employment of rotary plows it is probable that some of the branch lines in the northern part of the state would still be blocked. When at work boring their way fhrough snow drifts these rotftriea make Aj morft'pieturesque and interest ing: slfcht'.1 At'a distance all that can Rotary Snow Plow Scene near Goodrich," N. D. (Beckel & Co., Photos.) be seen is a flying mass of snow ap proaching at a rapid rate across the prairie. On nearer approach, however, smoke becomes visible issuing from a point behind th^ moving blizzard and still later a portion of the englne^and plow can be seen. The above photograph was taken at Goodrich, N. D., during the past win ter and gives a very good idea of what' a rotary in full action is like, AUDHOR TMS NO ACTION AS YET UNTIL HE RECEIVES CERTIFIED COPY O* LAW HE WILL NOT REQUEST LIST OF HOLDERS OF GOVERNMENT LICENSES AS PROVIDED UNDER NEW LAW. County Auditor Lewis has not taken any action relating to the new law which provides for the-publication and registration of special tax receipts or licenses from the government of the United States to sell intoxicating li quors. The auditor has had no official knowledge of such a law and he has no certified copy of the law to guide him, even though the holders of li censes should come and offer compli ance with the law. Another thing, his jurisdiction as he understands it, incorporated cities, and that he would have nothing to do with the holders of licenses in Fargo or Casselton. Those cities would come tors and he presumes that they are in Wie same position he Is in. Officially it is considered that the legislature is open to a good deal of criticism in regard to the enforcement of such laws as thesje. Laws are pass ed with emergency clauses and no provision whatever is made for the proper supplying of officials with cop ies. Mr. Lewis is endeavoring to get a certified .copy of this and other laws i but he presumes the secretary of state's office is flooded with orders and probably no provision there for the i nl ail the time, in ring generalship Rhodes showed up superbly, but in care of the extraordinary rush lugging was outclassed. In the semi-wlndup Frank Aminer- -department of the state government I',13.11,' ^u*onlor, knocked out Young jjffer the governor has approved the bills "according to law. without means. Her friends have de- Discovery, and 1 soon noticed Improve cided to give a charity ball in her be half. The patient has been a sufferer for the past two years, and has been unable to work at her trade for the past year and a half. The date fixed for the event Is April 3, to be held in Loyal Knights hall. Dancing will con tinue from 9 p. ni- to'l a. m., and an enjoyable time is expected, along with the thought of helping and restoring to health one who will appreciate rnoiat heartily the efforts in her be half. of business which naturally lioods that Saved Her Sonra Life. The happiest mother in the little town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S. Ruppee. She writes: "One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trou ble that our physician was unable ^o help him when, by our druggist's ad vice I began giving him Dr. King's New ment. I kept this treatment up for a few weeks "when he was perfectly well. He has worked steadily since at car penter work. Dr. Kind's New Discov ery saved hMl-./life.'' piuctanteed best cough', and '6oT4 cih'vi^y SKIN DIM ,fcHVU ., ,/• '^j rfJJ'ff *. v«.n w i i u 5 A i u i druggists, 50c and Trial bottle ft&bij EVIDENCE A^L IN.,/ The Brngei| Hermahn Trial is Neafing i,- an End.. Washingtjpji. March MI of the evidence of the prosecution against Binger Hermann on, trial f«»r destroy ing public 'records, was submitted tl|i« ASP. :. (ilittiVI j#* UOWf,At^ST|I Thousands of letter* from patientK wlio have been eared show tln-lr happiiitxs hi tlndliiK remedy that .strike* at the root of skin dlseHwe—kills the germs. A few drops of F. 1). 1. 1'reHeiiptioa give in Htant nlief. Then tfrnduall.v the skin Is cleansed and finally no trace of the disease is left. This remedy can be had at Fout & Por- N'T) DATT.Y «KM3«r.TMV TnTttS^.tr T5VEVTKG, *aM" ?8ri90r I I Short Boot Youth# Hugh C. Hempstead of Jamestown, -the well known N. F.'employe, was in the city today. A. K. Benson, the well known Hor acje agriculturalist, was a guest of the dqy at the Webster. Alderman Con« Buckley of James town, visited several of the local bank ing institutions today. John O. Bye, one of Hickson's pros perous farmers, spent last night and a part of today in this city. V jMatt Murphy and K O. Cottier, two of' Page's prosperous farmers, guests today at the Elliott. *1 .-ktmU were W. A. Matson of Jamesttfvftt/'*the Northern Pacific auditor, was here to day on a tour of inspection. H. S. Gray, the Illinois Central T. P. A.u who makes his headquarters in the twin cities, spent the day in Fargo. iF. F. Hookway, a" prominent ma chinery dealer ?f St. Thomas, is here lopking after home business matters. Severtson, the. well knqwn New Rockford banker, dropped Into 'town lost night and .spent a part of the day l| re. |A. E. Cure, a prominent business mp» of Chaffee and N. L. Peart of the snJme city, visited, the Gateway City t.ojJay. i C. R.' Phoenix'of St Paul, commer cial agent for the Illinois Central, was a visitor at the local railroad offices today. C. 8. garrison, master mfechanie »n the Dakota' division of the Northern Pacific, was herg today on a tour of inspection. John Hisserich, district manager Cm J|he .Northwestern Telephone Co., I 11 %st night fur Minneapolis uji, a brief business trip?" *. afternoon, undVthc c&se adjourned *roy. and Mrs. Tbomae Major until Monday jterfleid Xui8°\ wayH!the'"tehuimjifc Canada, and has never been sorry for Btch. Get rid year itc® ^Ya Senator H, J^fJ^rtman of Page ar fiv'ed in Fargo last night and spent a part of tin day here, registering at the Metropole. Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Henry, Hugh UI tl party of Hope people who yinited., Fargo today. U. •(}. Piper, the well known' banker, politician and fanner( of Leonard, was a visitor in the citV' today. He ^ed at the Preset J1 Theodore G. Nelson of Mayville who '•fe one of t"ft« national organizers of Remarkable Results of Treatment With the American Society of Equity, was In Fargo today on business. a Doctor's New Prescription, ^beu trca^iiiu eesJeiuit an«i similar dis eawM with tft«l nillrt. Wwitiilng liquid. I. D. I. rres«ri|tf ion you 'P"'''""' agent for the Wisconsin Central, vis je«s of salves und the dlstrenw if dosiiiK .. ,, your Mtwiaueli witii clieniieaiis tbat cau iinve lie etl'ect whatever »n the Kkin. H. J. Bergeman,^ traveling passenger Itcd the local railroad offices today, hustling for business for his road- I Robert-. Anderson, an old friend of The Forum from Enderlin, was in this morning to call. Mr. Anderson has now rented his farm, and will make his home in Sheldon. He came out here some twenty-six years ago from that A here, and he has s The best rubber boots in the world are FOOT- SCTIULZR ft Because portion of pure Schulze there is a greater pro India brand, ft Because better, Schulxe Foot* Schulze PEOPLE OF NOTE S lope C. Fuller, the well known f&jrnier, is here on business. Julius A. Tweed, a prosperous mer chant of Maddock, was in the city today. fafn Theodore Gilbertson, the well known Eastedge elevator dealer, is spending a few days in Fargo. He is accompa nied by his wife and his brother, Mar tin Gilbertson. Roy Colgrove, who formerly clerked at the Waldorf and is now at the Occi dental in Casselton, was in Fargo yes terday afternoon and last night, visit ing with for^ner friends. A. J. Johnson, H. Ij. Johnson and C. H. Johnson of Crookstou are in Fargo making preparations for the estab lishment of the new ice cream factory on Fifth street, the Waldorf. They were guests at SELL FARM PROPERTY. Senator Hanna and C. E. Wilson Oo to Carrington—Casey Farm. L. B. iiunnu and E. Wilson are hi Melville, where Mr. Wilson is auc tioning off much of the property in cluded in the purchase of the Carrlng ton-Casey farm, which was recently made by Mr. Hanna. About 150 head i '\i-~ it Women Rubber in them than in any ft Because other they possess me all around quality for which jfoot-SchuJze footwear is famous --the quality which firmly estab lished them as standard sixty years ago and which has never de teriorated. ft is that he makes a little more on the substi tution. The re tail same as that of other makes. Heavy '•v Children Foot they fit Schulz Heavy The only reason any dealer has for trying to sell you another brand when you ask for Foot- flbhulze price is the Jlpprtlng Hie Leading Dealers every where sell them induced a great many of his friends from the old home to also loeate here. C. H. Bio wen, the popular Enderlin storekeeper, was among the day's vis itors to Fa*rgo. W. Q. Morrison, the popular travel ing representative of the Acme- Har vester Co., who makes his headquar ters in Casselton, is here on business. of horses, a large number of Cattle and a considerable quantity of farm machinery, besides other goods, are being disposed of, the auction being1 ttoa largest which Has been held In thi£ vicinity for some time. & 8 $ •$ $ v'y. 6 Pair, Friday. -j. North Dakota Generally fair •. v tonight antl Friday^ i ,\j'X s i & $ DISCRIMINATING LADIE3. S2aJ«T t'l'is Hwplcidf on Account tt It# Dfatlnctlveneaa. 1 The ladies who have used Xewbft/t Herpicidfl speak of it in the highest terms, for its quick effect.' In cleansing the scalp Of dandruff and also fpr its ex cellence as a general hair-dressing, ft makes the scalp feel frerh and it allays that itching which dandruff will cause. Newbro's Hcrplcide effectively cures flanrtruff. a3 14 I S E S A O U I 1 titftifc* V 0 & v K 1 'j*e Foot- Schulze -'v -fv destroys the germ that tauses it. The same germ causes hair to fall out, and later baldness in killing It, Herplcide stops falling hair and prevents baldness. It is also an ideal hair dress ing, foi it lends an aristocratic charm to the hair that is quite distinctive. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. in stamps for sample to The Herplcide Co., De troit. Mich. Two sizes—-SO ceuts and S1.00. J. A. CHESLEY DEALER IN- Lumber arid: Coal 512, FOURTH AVE. NORTH A.HGO, N. D. V Souii*, N. D., Mok. 4, Targo Foundry Co., Fargo, N. 1). ^w^erocn: The four liurte-power r, g&soliue engine that I bought of you b'*s been giving me very good satis fAct on, Have been using it a!most #very day now for two years in my ', tjipp and there is not a beaiiog that 6fcttls tightening up yet. Haye been running trfp hammer, polishing and eruery wheels and turning l«th« jvith *L it.f truljr, -V Souris Blacksmith ard MaChiae Shop. P. S. Eocloaed please find check tor $5.25 for which please crtdit apcount in full. Tlie leveling bloc! came today O. K. A. F. y* j*, .-j sVt-i, 'v 4^ n *x\j. j?* 'v V* !4% i V E MS.