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The Fargo Forum And KMhr iUwUlata, THE. FORUM PRINTING OO. fiwr«d at pMtAfflct as second eltn matter VOLUME XXXII, NO. 147. The Fargo Forum and Republican Is fmbllshcd Sa.vper ever* evening except Sunday lu he Loyal Knlfbts Temple, First Avenue INorth. Fargo, N. D. Subscription The Fargo Forum *0" Palli Republican, bf carrier, 15c per week, or per month. In advance, $."• P*r year. The Fargo Forum and Weekly Republican. I year. The Fnrgo Forum and Satur Republican, 2 per year. Single copies Be 8ubacrlbers will find the data to which they have paid, printed oppoaite their names on their addre«a allpa. Addreaa all cow indications to Tha Fo rum. Fargo. N. D. TUESDAY. MAY 18. 190*. FORUM TELEPHONE CALLS* jf§ Night and Noon Calfe I forum IwlteK Board.1S95 Business Offfo* .,...•»•••••••••• 1M6 Composing Room .,••••«•••••••»• ''M® Editorial Room 1597 Local Reporters and News Room.. 1667 IN EFFECT APRIL 4, 110#. Trains ArHve From East. 9. No. 1 5:22 P. No. 5 7 :15 P. Nft ft l3i 1'. No. 3 6 f* 8:1 G. G. O. G. 8: G. 6:10 6:00 8:20 6 17 9.55 5:30 11:30 409 6:00 Mixed p. m. Trains Arrive From West. 6:68 8 60 10.55 126 O. ft. #5 ••••••a a a a 6.00 7.45 7:00 6 45 No, F. ft* No. 2 a a a a a No. 1*1$ MO, l^1 •••••eaaa*aeat«** ft, ft a. 109 AnU train .... no so n0:* 1:25 Traina Qoing Eaat. Na 2 ». i T« Ne. I 9« F. No. 05 P. No. 1I.,^h.»..w........iiw# 3 tio P. No. 6 9 40 N. No, 3 6 45 N. No. 14 7 46 N. No. 10 .10:50 N. No. 131 M. N. 5:30 N. No, 12 8:30 U. A 8t P. No. 486 7.80 ML A St P. Mix ad 7:00 I Traina Qoing Waab ft ft fc 8: G. 6. P. No. 1 P. 7 .................. P.' N^ S ..a... I ...... ....I No. P. No. P. No. 8." Uo! N. No. N. No. 6 30 5 40 5:65 8/20 -00 8:30 12» O. *. 6 .«•-••*....... 106 P. 8. W. .. 1 9 6:00 5:17 8:30 OO Aseta* train* MADE IN FARQa Tito Foram la getting together some facta about the manufacturing indus tries of Fargo. Soma of the figures •re rather surprising. Tha city has more enterprises than the average citizen imagines. More money Is In vested In plants, more men employed, more famiUaa brought to the city, more business for the buaineao man of Haifa. The Forum «4U pnsoent the faots concerning these enterprise* during the next few days. The write-ups are primarily to call attention to the growth and Importance of the manu facturing business in Fargo—and sec ondly to give credit to the men and firms doing thla work. Each industry is to bo given publkvity absolutely "without cost to the owner* or pro moter*. If there are those who wlah to take advantage of the opportunity to ran display advertising In the same Issue as the new« matter—The Forum, of couraa, will ho glad to have them con sult with its advertising department— "but each enterprise la to voealve some attention, regardless. The Forum hopes the men who are helping to build up Fargo in this man ner will co-operate with Its representa tives by furnishing the data regarding their work, employes aod other feature* mt news interest. THE COMMISSION PLAN. s Th^Wsmarrk Palladium is pubtWTlM at the capital of the state—where the ©oammtesion syetem was recently adopt ed. It was for the commie*ion plan before its adoption—and la not knock ing It now. But the editor has evident ly discovered there are some phases of the system which are not all that are claimed for it. In a recent edi torial The Palladium says: "The commission system,"* says The Minot Optic, "requires the city to be on a cash basis," suapesting infer entially that the old system does not. This insinuation la absolutely false, as the old law Is very strict in re quiring cash to be in the city treasury before an expenditure can be made, and the new law does not Insist on this procedure any more emphatical ly than does the old. That many cit ies have deliberately evaded the law and been profligate In their expendi turee can only be charged to the slipshod methods which will creep into any organization wherein the officers charged with Its conduct become care less and indifferent and perform their duties in a perfunctory manner, and it Is quite likely that the same aroused public spirit which seems to be finding expression in the adoption of the com mission system in some of our cities, could—in some instances at any rate have accomplished the same results by insisting that the old laws be car ried out. The city of Mandan was an extreme example of the careless methods re ferred to. for, if the law had been carried out in the past as it is now. no such debt could have been incurred as confronted the new commission when it assumed the reins of govern ment. Nor, on the other hand, is it fair to blame the commission system because taxes in Mandan are higher now than before its inauguration. That city, while not perhaps legally bound to liquidate the debts of the old administration, felt morally bound to assume them, thus being confronted at once for immediate sction with debts which had Keen years in accumulating. Of neceaeity the tax would be higher. Thus It will be readily seen that the Mandan com mission have simply done something »?r i'ljfcl.'ufjjyi'.i. which their predecessors should have done but did not do, and tha merit of performance may be credited to the aroused public sentiment beck of the change, rather than the system itself. In the case of Fargo, however, no such conditions are existent aa obtain ed in Mandan. when a political Im passe compelled some drastic action. The most reliable figures show a tre mendous reduction of the debt of the city of Fargo during the past decade, with a much lower njlll ievy than formerly, and with the city in a thoroughly sound financial condition. Public improvements have been car ried on steadily and in active touch with the needs of the community. So far as can be seen, none of the con ditions which Induced the change in Bismarck and Mandan exist at this time in Fargo, and this paper believes that the good people of that city will do wall to heed the advice of Th® Forum and make haste slowly. WHY NOT BOOST Xt is fhefr own funeml. of course but despite that fact It (a something of a puzzle to Fargoans why the suc cessive editors of the morning paper feel called upon to go out of their way to "knock" Fargo's business interests, lust why their pet grievances cannot be ventilated in some other manner is not known. It would be much more helpful—If the editors of the morning paper would conclude to take up the burden where they find it and help the people who have been making an effort to upbuild Fargo. Why not boost Instead of knock? Why not help Fargo to grow —instead of endeavoring to drive away business? Why not assist In making Fargo better—without painting It as the worst place on the map. Fargo is no worse off—If as bad—as roost other cities—-politically or morally. ANOTHER VICTORY. The American invasion of Europe continues. It is the inrush of newer ideas and methods that Is overwhelm ing the foreigners. In many fields It has Its effect. The American news paper Idea Is growing throughout Eng land—and Is unsettling the old English conservative system of printing the daily history of the world. The Ameri can girl has long since distanced her foreign sisters in the matrimonial mar ket. and is in a class by herself. The latest field to be invaded Is that of the retail dry goods business. A great house, that of Selfridge. has bean es tablished in London. It has carried with It American push and enterprise. It has revolutionised advertising meth ods. The English merchant never used the English newspapers for a daily chat with his customers. He has relied upon window display and cir culars and catalogues. Now comes Selfridge—and shows him how he may talk faster—more often and with tell ing effect through the. dally- columns of the press. iW Wisconsin had an anti-swearing bill. Some of the state politicians are setting up pins. tarit begins to look as if there would be nothing left to kill—in Africa— pretty soon. yet. 1* There doesnt seem to too (he sest and the zing about the home racing that formerly prevailed. iWGood old-fashioned "corn dodgers" are becoming popular In the south sfnoe the pries of flour '#tts boosted. iWSome time—after full discussion— Senator Aldrlch will probably adopt the tariff measure—as he originally framed It. UT Worcester, Mass. has tried prohi bition for a year and the police records show a decrease under every heading of arrest, including drunkenness. Or An exchange says: "It's a dirty bird that befouls its own nest." How about the man who knocks the busi ness interests of his home town? ttyThe News—like unto that of one crying in the wilderness—is still using the hammer against Fargo's business interests—and refuses to be comforted. CVThe Ohio machinist who declines to return to Austria and take up life as a prince—must have an ambition to become a walking delegate—scone dear. ItarThe Britishers are getting sore at the American beef trust. They claim the price on roast beef is being boost ed—and that is a tender spot with th# average Englishman. IttTThe officials of the Alas**-Yukon exposition are more fortunate than moat of the big shows in the fsct that all the buildings wlH ft* ready opening day. tWTn Minnesota there Is some dis satisfaction among the farmers over the selection of the head of the agri cultural college. Some of them believe too much politics has crept into the school. North Dakota has been par ttcularly fortunate in this resjpect so ta.t. Wouldn't You Try the Bitters fon ka«w positively that It won i neflt jrcmr poor, weak stotaaeh, iu •re liver and const) pa ted bo wet*? Th u ought to 0«t bottle to«ay, I use for over SS years it hae do tun verr things aod we have letters live it. Imt remfirsher, it's RaafC' N-r'a Momseh Bitters ym want. i'fease inaiat on having it. It is for Dynprpsla, B* J« Mo#, Ht'Jtt tht'rit.rOAtl venmn. Liv«r auri !4r»* v ill* and Miliaria, ii vrr and Ague. iriat our Prt«/( Mmp over the nee* ot (he Dott le is na I broken, ft guards agsisat counterfeit. -vvv., .. ... ...... ..... Ay RHEUMALINE MAKES GOOD Vetoing will do but proofs, and one on top of the other makes ua believe that Rheumallne la the only logical cure for rheumatism. People will not teli a direct falsehood about anything* especially when it «omes voluntarily, as this did: "I have used one bottle of Rheuma llne and can conscientiously say that I have derived much benefit therefrom. I hava not been able tp do any kind of work for two months, but am able to work some now. The joints of my legs, arms and fingers were all stiffen ed up with rheumatism, but 1 can use them freely now. I can truthfully say that Rheumallne has done me more good than any other remedy I have ever tried, and I have tried them all. Anyone desiring to know more of my case may do bo by calling upon me, or Writing to my addreas." John A. White. HOI Garden 8t. Peoria, I1L Now prove this by personal commu nication. The Waldorf Pharmacy is the sole local agent for Rheumallne, and It classes it among the most worthy things they have, as it is a cer -taln relief for rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, gout, and kidney, liver, bladder, stomach and blood troubles caused by uric add. Rheuma llne Capsules relieve pain, and Rheu mallne Tablets relieve constipation. Get Rheumallne. It*« a uric acid anti toxic with power. The Theatres Fargo Op«ra house. May IS—Lillian Russell. May 21—The Toastmaster. May t2—Servant in the House. Joseph Tuohey, who portrays the Character of the well meaning young fellow who plays the races In Lil lian Russell's comedy, Wldflre, makes it a type- He embodies the Idea of the desperate young speculator who is plunging in the hope of getting out whole. It Is a strong moral lesson. Miss Russell appears at the Fargo operahouse this evening. oo The part of the Toatmsster In the play of that name to. be presented by the senior class of the Fargo high school at the Fargo operahouse. is to be taken by Will Maglll. Mr. Ma gi 11 has had experience in that line' of work, andv will take Jjiart Aq the play Veabr capably, ,' o o o George W. Wilson, who plays the Bishop of Lancashire in The Servant in the House, to be seen in this city Saturday evening, will be remembered as the original king in Sothern's If I Were King. In that well known play Mr. Wilson's remarkable acting rival ed the work of the star. Last year, Mr. Wilson was seen as Colonel Star bottle to Sleanor RobsOn'a Sftlomy Jane. HIE ALASKA TEAM :*r- Eli 8mH^"tectures and Clotures Fa mous Trip in Alaska at Bijou This Week. Ell Smith and his famous d«ff team from Alaska is an attraction at the Bijou this week that a :nan may see Just once In a life time. Smith Is the real thing and tells mon interesting things about Alaska and 'ihe life of the mail carrier, in his own rude way, than you could learn 'n books in yearp. Smith's lecture, pictures, teams and outfit are an education that every man, woman and child should see— the school board would do well In recommending that the children go and see and hear Smith. This afternoon Is the time to hear this lecture as Smith is inexhaustible and Manager Treat gives him more time then. A number of Ffcrgo people who have been in Alaska and who made It a point to meet and hear Smith find him a gentleman of wide experience and without doubt as well posted on that, far-away country as the average citizen of Fargo is about his own streets. There are other .events—the skit by Vlda and Hawley, Is really new and will make you laugh—clean, clever end original. The Bijou is certainly delivering the goods this week. 'vv At the Grand. The Qrafcd has a varied .l"® thife week. It la more entertaining than usual and the feature turn is Marie Rolfson. who has long puzzled the scientists of the country with her rq» markable power. She is billed as the little woman who can lift ten men ond ten men can't lift her. Last night seven failed to do the Job and more help was sought. She does a number of testa that are unusual. Her best pehraps, is placing tne tips of her fingers against the edge if the stage and resisting the com' ined efforts of seven men to push her against the board. Several special reatures are promised for the week, one with a dray team and another with two autos.. The Telegraph Four—a quartette of messenger boys, myites good. They sing rather well, the little Hebrew of the bunch is a genuine comedian and there is some good clogging in their turn. The four English belles do a lot of kicking, but the contest Is one-aided, as there is not a murmer from the audience. Th^ey°tm* women look well In all the four cnanges of cos tumes they spring. They skip rope and dance quite merrily. A bit of nonsense Is given by Owen and Hoffman in a Scotch comedy, The Green-eyed Monster. M. Hansen is back tan the illustrated song after an absence of several weeks. The illustrated picture* a» humorous* SCHOOL. CHILDREN'S CONTE8T. Spelling lee, Essay Contea** and FIsM Meet at Valley City. Valley City, N. D., May 18.—There will be a big meet of the school chil dren of Barnes county on May 28 and 29. one week from Friday and Satur day. In addition to the spelling con test, there will be on May 28 declama tory and essay contests, in which all of the schools of the county will be en titled to participate. On the follow ing day the Barn^ j^wat^ fieM wm take sfete. ..• THE FARGO FOHT7H AND DATLY REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY EVENING, KAY IS, h" "T V 1 Editor Malt by of The Forman News has added a temperance column. Editor Colcord of Tha Mlnot Inde pendent has been down in Iowa where he found the people were, beblitf j^prth Dakota. The people of HanklnMm ttre expect ing some great sport this summer with their ball team. Stanley is planning a great celebra tion July 4. The Pembina Express is of the opin ion that almost everyone Is crasy. A sugar beet factory proposition Is before the Jamestown commercial club. The bond of the Mlnot city treas urer hag been raised fre» $25,000 to $50,000. The Northwest Telephone Co. Is building more rural lines In the state. Stutsman county expect* to hnve a big fair this year. Fargo contractors are buttling the sewer contracts at WUHston. «8S Willis ton is proud of its fire depart* ment. The White Earth Record looks like a reel newspaper—under tho expert supervision of Editor Young. a Dickey is already arranging for a lecture course for next winter. Farmers are learning they get better results on their wagons from using hard oils. The Russell Sentinel has started to t* 5 yeafs 6ld. The McKnlght Bros, are keeping it up to a high standard. Some high blooded horses are being shipped into Russell. The wheat fields of North Dekota are preparing to manufacture fortunes fttr their owners. W9 Some of the farmers In the northern tier of counties would have preferred to have seeded earlier—but they are encouraged over the conditions—Just the same. The Mercer Telegram Is one of the active sheets of the western half of the state. It is a great booster. Bowman feels certain the MUwj^ikSe will build a .^branch south from that point to t*®i a rich Agricultural sec tion. vr There are to be some swell new towns on the N. P. branch south of Mandan. The Bowmen County ttdneor'sayv a representative of The Forum was recently there and rounded up a score of new subscribers. It shows the good people of that section of the state ap preciate a proper kind of paper. Health pillows are being sold in the state. The "stuffln'" is made from pine needles and spruce and make a man feel like he's sleeping in a tent out in the .. pine forests—and things like that. The New Roekford Transcript had a gasoline engine Installed. While local blacksmith was coaxing the bloomln" thing to go—a belt flew off and spanked him repeatedly with each revolution—something like mother used to do with the slipper. The smithy is not seeking a patent on the plan. Buchanan is to have a handsome new hotel to be erected this summer. Hope will have a race meeting this summer if the people have their way about it. Glen burn Advan^^thlnki there wjli be many potatoes planted in the state this year. s s The Center band hfcs incorporated. $# While there is nothing in the state press anent politics there are said to be several matters already incubating for the next campaign. „A„ The Methodists wi# buli&f S new church at Langdon this summer. Lakota Is making great preparation for the proper observsnoo of Decora tion Day. Marmath city dads are making ar rangements for the installation Of a water works system. .RolStte has a full fledged boat club. $ $ Fffre companies in many of the towns are drilling their running teams in preparation for the meet at Devils Lake this summer. The Optimist wants g, re*t |6«m tablished in Hugh v. Spuds have gone tnl* the ftlrship. Leeds ie fcave a racing matinee Saturday. Bottineau county banks ar^ filled with wealth of the propeyous farmers of that fertile region. $s Editor Fajkenstein I* getting his Bottineau News out with the assistance of a Junior typesetting maehine. €$$ Steel ties are to be used by all the1 railroads—if Editor Stlckley of The Kenmare Journal has his way. He has just received a patent on one he in vented—and Is ready for the roads to begin. Peddler Blermann, who endeavored to assault a little girl In Emmons county, got live years in the pen. The new mayor at Neche failed to qualify and the citizene wonder if the old one holds over. Grand Forker* hope the Milwaukee will be extended north from Fargo. Editor Winship of The G. F. Herald found the people of Austria thrifty. Fargo will know all about tfce legality of Its bond issue Friday—perhaps. Bismark has a long calendar for the district court term. 0 A* Many towns in the western part of the state are erecting now school band ings. There Is no reason why the autoiste and the farmers. could not be good friends—If a little effort was made. They have one great interest in com mon—good roads. The people of Mott are making many Improvements in their city this spring In anticipation of ths "'ytfTTjjr £6#, war brtfneli'« th# If IV- K *'1 *, -7^ FAULTLESS FKESCKJFIION No Remedy for Stomseh OlatrsSs and Indigestion so Perfect. A scientific prescription for dyspep sia put up in small tablet form and called Ml-o-na 1® making thousands of quick and lasting cures through out America. There is no stomach disease (even catarrh of the stomach) that it is not guaranteed to cure, and the Waldorf Pharmacy Co. has so much faith In Mi-o-na for stomach o-lforders of all kinds that it will lmr. edlately refund your money if it does not cure. Mi-o-na the faultless prescription, stops sour stomach, belching of gas. distress after eating, heartburn, blll iousness and nervousness. It Is well worth a trial bp any reader of The Forum who suffers from any stomach disturbance. It contains ingredients that not only give relief but that act on the stomach so beneficial that In a short time the flabby, tired out walls of the stomach regain their strength and activity and can perfectly digest any kind of food Without artificially aid. Try Mi-o-na for a wee! misery will change to happiness despair to hope, dull eyes to bright and you will your self wonder why you suffered so long with such a remarkable prescription at hand. And only 50 cents for large box at the Waldorf Pharmacy Co, and at leading druggists everywhere!. As a tonic for the liver, rtomach and bowels, I would not ask for a better remedy than Booth's Laxative Pills."—Henry Van Atta, Albion, Mich., Sept. 19, 1908. Booth's Laxa tive Pills for constipation, 25 cents a box at the Waldorf Pharmacy Co. MIS InSSES' BATHING SUIT. Paris Pattern No. 2918 All Seams Allowed. Developed in cafe-au-lait mohair, this Is a simple and practical model. The blouse has an applied plastron yoke, stitched with red and trimmed with •mall red mohair buttons. The plaited skirt is attached to the blouse under the belt, and the short aleeves are finished with stitched bands trimmed with but tons, matching those on the yoke. The full bloomers are attached to a yoke, the lower edges being gathered to the knees by elastic, run through the hem-casing, and the removable chemisette ia of red mohair, or ot the material, according to taste. The pattern la in S siees—ll to 17 years. For a miss of lf years the bath ing suit requires 8S4 yarda of material 27 Inches wide, 6^4 yards 36 inches wide, 5% yarda 43 Inches wide, or ^4 yards laehee wide. Price of pattern.: Name Street or Ben NambSr Town and Btsts Bim 5 a/' Front St., Farao Office Hour* •9 The Forum Printing Co.. Fitgo, ft. T. Enclosed find 10c, for which please have seat te the following address, the pattern described above. 'TWRITE 'piiAmLT.' We Buy Scran Iron. iOrloaul lots a specialty. Correspon dence given prompt attention. Ffcrgo Iron A Metal Co.. Fargo, N. IX New Session Uwi Tiers. A supply of the popuT&r edition of the 1909 session laws has been received and copies may be had at The Forum office at $1 per copy. Orders by mall will be given prompt attention. .. The Forum Printing Co.. Fa*||!& FAL8E PRETEN8E8. Were Charged to Pair of Ramsey County Men—Lstsr Releasad. Devils Lake, N. D., May 18.—Messrs." Christenson and Olson were arrested at Penn by Sheriff Belford en a charge of obtaining goods under false pre tenses. It is claimed that the men contracted for a large sized bill «.f goods at Strand Bros., and neglected to settle therefor, but when the matter was brought on for hearing, a settle ment, satisfactory to nil concerned, was effected. Pours Kerosene Into Beer. Butte, Mont., May 18. Violence marked the strike of the brewery workers in this city today, and all chances of an early settlement of the trouble have gone glimmering. The Joint arbitration committee has given up its labors. A crowd cut the reins of the beer wagon drivers, tapped kegs and poured kerosene Into the beer whenever oppor tunity presented itself. One driver was beaten. The Stage Hands' union and Red Lodge Miners' union, next to the Butte miners' organization the strongest In the state, today Indorsed the strikers. Pres. Charles H. Moyer of the West ern Federation of Miners, and James Proebstal. International secretary of the Brewery Workers' union, left Butte tonight after a vain effort -4fr btiag the warring pgrtie* togetheK k 1 ^VV U- .f vy 'i fj i N v v A ill Ill'infcli)^ ,*t "C vr"-* v^ vw: 'v- '-•,• .-•• PROFESSIONAL CARDS »«, t. C. iJAVEMPf&Snt OR. E. W. CHRISTIANSEN i DENTISTS i, •fcMBC e«7 63 SW5T Bank TeJeph Mt.H.LSTARtm OFNTian Office: Room 5 rjel-endrecie Block Corner Front and iSeventh Streets Soath. Fargo. N. D. DENTIST DR. J. W.CAMPBELL Successor to Dr. Beaudoax SPECIALIST BTS, CAR, N08E AND THtOAT Office Edwards Building, Fargo, H. Dr. Thea H. Upton Chiropodist Electrolystst Removes, Superfluous Hair, Warts Molea and Birthmarks, Corns and Bunions treated. Park Flat, No. 1. Seventh street South, Fargo, Phone 1601-J. R. W. Drumxnond MAmwAnvt^ Printers' Rol!en SO Tti, St 1 h. a New Fabrics The raDge of styles and fabrics now presented for men at my custom tailoring shop is juat wide enough to take in every desire from every pos sible patron. I have 35 :'*k f. ,•» V .* i-' *, -x A *,*$, V' V^*^~v B'dwY Drt. F. H. Bally & Kachelmacher SPECIALISTS EYE, EAR' NOSK AUD THROAT Fargo, North Dakota years of ex perience back of me, which is yours without extra charge when ordering a suit made up by me. Drop in any time, Peter Pickton No.S Eighth Street South, Fsi^o CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Mothers who value their own comfort and the welfare of their children, should never be without a box of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, for use throughout the season. They break up Colds. Cure Fererlshness. Constipation. Teething Disorders. Headache and Stom ach Troubles. THESE POWDERS FAIL. Sold by all Drug Stores. 25c. Don't ac cept any substitute. A trial package will be sent FREE to any mother who will ad dress Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y. i E SICKNESS rs y Mr LOW RlirtTALl ijjorfr ofmj LiT8 ATTORNEY OUT. Ksnmare is Having Its Municfpsl Government Troubles. Kenmare, N. D., May 18.—Kenmare is having its municipal troubles as a result of the notice given to City At torney Woeledge by Mayor Talley that his services are no longer required. City Attorney Woeledge has refused to give up the position, and the city is somewhat stirred up over the con troversy. It is claimed by Mayor Tol ley that Attorney Woeledge failed to perform his duty in connection with the recent county division case, in which Kenmare was deeply interested. Strawberry Plants. We have severe- acres or the fam ous self fertilizing Sieuator Dun lap plants. The Senator Dunlap is the best variety of strawnerry for North Dakota and our plants are hardy and thoroughly acclimated. Our cataloge No. 2 "Strawberry Culture" tells how to raise them successfully and it will be sent with every o»der or upon re quest. Price c: plants 75 cents per hundred |6,00 pg£ thousand $5.00 per thousand in lots JC.OOO or over. Heath $roa* Fargo, N, IX MILES 8TANDI8H, finest nnd mildest 10-cent ciger. Offered Big Bond. Minot, N. D., May 18.—A cash bond of $22,000 was offered the Canadian officials for Duff, the horse thief, who was captured by Deputy Dick Stein hofet* and who was wanted by the Ca nadian officials and was released. The Canadian officials are death on horse thieves and will not take any chance of any getting loose from their grip. 12. flood cooks and those who enjof good cooking appreciate r., HUNT'S PERFECT Baking Powder and Extracts! Their purity and uniformity insure perfect results,- All Grtersi^ 0V A 5AW AKX A BOTTt* k A T. s 4 vl 1 v: .* V s? w v SUMMONS. State of North Dakota* County ®1 Cass. In District Court, Third Ju dicial District. Charles W. Darling, plaintiff, vs. J. W. Bridges. Edw, Rogers, J. I. Weed and all other persons unknown claim ing any estate or interest in, or Hen or incumbrance upon the property de scribed In the complaint herein, de fendants. The state of North Dakota tO'"Hto Above Named Defendants: You. and each of you, are hereby summoned to answer the complaint In this action, which is filed In the office of the clerk of the district court. Third Judicial district, in and for *ne county of Cass and state of Nortn Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service of this summons up on you excluslvi of the day of service and in case of your failure to appear or answer Judgment wiU be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the com plain t^f Dated April 7th, 190*. w. c. To the above named defendants: Ton and each of you will please take notice, that the above entitled action Is brought for the purpose of quieting title against you, and each of you, to the real property described In tho complaint herein, to-wit: Lot num bered One (1), In block numbered four (4), also Lots numbered Three (3), Four (4), and Five (5), in block num bered seven (7). all being in South Park addition to the city of Fargo, according to the certified plat thereof on file and of record In the office of the register of deeds In and for said Cass county, North Dakota.,. Dated April 7th, 1908. W. C. RESSER. Plaintiffs attorney, office and post office address, Fargo, -*orth Dakota. (Forum, April 27, May «, 11, 18, 3S, and June 1 1909.) Citation. State of North Dakota. County ot Cass.—In County Court, Before Hon. A. G. Hanson, Judge. In the matter of the estate of Zach arlah Davidson, decea^rd. John Davidson, petitioner, vs. Clau dine Davidson, Kjistina Lunde, Maline Langenesa, Mary Ugland. Thorvold J. SJelver, Martha SJelver, Julia SJel ver, David SJelver, Mab'" SJelver, Joseph SJelver, Joseph J. Langeness, David J. Langeness, Sophia Togstad, Helen Marie Davidson and Minnie Berg, respondents.—Citation Hearing Proof of Will. The State of North Dakota to ths' above named respondents and all peri sons Interested In the estate of Zach arlah Davidson, d"*cased: You. and each of you, are hereby notified that John Davidson, the pe titioner herein, has filed in this court a document In writing purporting to be the laat will and testament of Zach ariah Davidson, late of the city of Fargo, county of Cass, state of North Dakota, deceased, with his petition praying for the admission to probate of said document as the last will and testament of said deceased, and for the issuance to the said John David son of letters testamentary thereon, and that the said petition and the proofs of said purported will and tes tament will be heard and duly consid ered by this court on Monday, the 14th day of June, 1909, at ten o'clock in ths forenoon of said day, at the court rooms of this court in the county courthouse in the city of Fargo, county of Cass, state of Norfh Dakota, and you and each of you are hereby cited to be and appear before this court on said date and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of petltjo^ should not be granted. Dated this 3rd day of May, A. IX 1909. •M 4" & resser .' Plaintiff's attorney, office and pb»t offlce address, Fargo, North Dakota. 4* s By the Court: A. G. HANSON, Judge of the County Court. V (May 4, 11, 18.) SUMMONS. 1/ state of North Dakota. County of Cass. In District Court, Third Ju4 dlcial District. William J. Lane, plaintiff^.j^ jDunji can McDermid, defendant. The State of North Dakota to the^ Above Named Defendant: You are hereby summoned to ans wer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the clerk of the district court. Third Judicial district, In and for the county of Cass and state of North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thirty jaye after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service: and In case of your failure to appear or answer judgment will je taken against you by default for the relief demanded, in the complaint. f,, Dated April 26th, 1901. W. C. RESSER. Plaintiff's attorney, office and post office address, Fargo, Worth pakota. To the above named defendant: You will please take notice, that the above entitled action is brought for the purpose of quieting title against you to the real property described in the complaint herein, to-wit: Lot Six (6), in Stewart's subdivision of block Eleven (11), In Chaprn's addi tion to the city of Fargo, according to the certified plat thereof on file and of record In the office of the register of deeds In and for said Cass county, North Dakota. Dated April 26th, ISM. W. C. RES8BR, Plaintiff's attorney, office and post offlce address, Fargo, North Dakota. (Forum, April. 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25, and June 1.) STAGE DRIVER HURT. 1 Fall From His Seat and Was Badly Cut Up By Horses. Bowman, N. D.t May 18.—W. J, Qulnlan, a stage driver, sustained a* number of severe gashes in the head when he fell from his high seat on the stage coach to the tongue between the horses. The animals began rearing and kicking, with the results that Quinlan received several bad blowsf about thjp head. He will recover. JPV $ .. W ,.v'''