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Tho Price Cut No Figure With Him.
"I want to say for the benefit of
forae poor dyspeptic that Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets will give comfort
fjt
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box would not stop my purchasing
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did for a week before using them.
"The one 50 cent, box I bought at
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"Many of my neighbors have also
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also wants me to use his name in
riidorsiii* Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets." as
signed
A. •aS'CStfts. F. Bufrgrtl.
Ass't Postmaster,
South Sudbury. Mass.
Mrs. 711. Barton of Toronto. Canada,
-writes: "For eighteen months I suf
fered from what I supposed was blad
der and kidney trouble, and took medi
cine from three different doctors, with
out any sign of cure. I felt so ill at
lftot I was hardly able to do my work.
"I thought I would try a box of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and see If
they would make me feet bett«r, never
really thinking I had dyspepsia, but
after only three or four tablets had
been taken all the acid trouble disap
peared and then I discovered I had had
aftld 5ysp«pala, while the doctors had
been trnetinsr me for kidnwy and blad
der trouble and one of them treated
me for rheumatism.
My digestion is fine, my complexion
clear and I am able to do my work
and low spirits are unknown to me.
"I am thankful for finding a cure so
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prised at the change they have made
in me."
All drnffgtets sell and recommend
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digestives, and taken after meals pre
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tion and assimilation of food.
Physicians everywhere endorse them
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for sour stomach, nervous dyspepsia,
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WOLF AND HAS'
BATHE FOR LIFE
BelflaM Times: Fred Shirkey.
known as the Mlkkeison Poet, is now
in line for and deserves a n&mo which
would attract attention to another and
probably a more honored characteris
tic than the one for which he is
known and after which he has been
named. For the bravery he has -shown
in hunting and Ashling wild animals
would put Rooeeveli and his fame as a
hunter in tbe olm light of the past.
Although he lias won the respect of his
comrades as a bravo and In a few days
will be none the worse for his experi
ence, we would waive any desire to
have taken his ple.ee in this battle,
and If such is the road to renown our
chances are slim.
It happened like this:
Mr. Shirkey had been riding on the
ranch of Howard ^oung: which Is lo
cated down on the Little Missouri
river, about forty mil^s northwest of
fielfleld in Billings county and had
been rather fortunate this winter, he
having killed two large gray wvlves,
for whi*»h he received $40 apiece
bounty from the Stockmen'# associa
tion, and had been carrying his spirits
away up in the air somewhere, partly
over the Increase in h'ig bank account
and party over the fact that he had
killed two of the ranchers' worst
enemies, whk'h isn't done every day,
when on Monday morning, Dec. ft,
about two miles down the river from
the ranch, he came in sight of a gray
wolt He had received many com
pliments on the way he had given
chase and shot the former two, and
probably feeling racher confident, as
he had been in sucii places before, he
decided to pursue another mode of
capture and try to outdo any of his
former stunts in hunting, he decided
to rope the animal.
After a short chase, which put him
in range, he hurled his rope and as
master of his profession caught the
wolf fairly about the body. His horse
who was not used to such snort and
not being wholly satisfied with his po
sition, proceeded to make his
liking9
known and aft«r a little exertion man
aged to unseat Sbirkey, who landed
well tangled up in his rope. It was
right here that the hunter realized
that he had taken hold of something
that was hard to let go of. The wolf
not satisfied at being half owner and
in partnership with the hunter on this
rope business, decided to have none ot
all of tt, and finding that he could not
get away took the other course and
started a fight for supremacy. This
tale would probably have been told in
solemn w%)rds had it not been for the
timely arrival of Jim Doyle, another
employee on the Young ranch, who
happened to be riding just over a ridge
and hearing the snarls of what he
supposed to be a coyote hurried to the
scene and with the aid of a Colt's 45
made haste In killing the wolf and
raising Shirkey to a more comfortable
position.
With the exception of a few body
scratches and a badly cut hand, which
will lay him up for a short time, and
incidentally the loss of a suit of
clothes, he is well and wearing a broad
smile.
However, Mr. Shirkey may feel
proud, as it has since been learned
that this prairie runner weighed 213
pounds, and probably an undisputed
fact, -flie largest of Mn
caught
OaB Si P. Joonson for reed.
W TO liSOft 4B
BUSHEL WHEAT
Minot, N. D., Dec. 14.—How to grow
forty bushel to the acre wheat in
North Dakota and how to get a good
crop even in a bad year will be two
things taught at a big farmers' meet*
ing which Is to be held In Minot thlr
winter.
Arrangements for the meeting are
being made by the Commercial club,
which recently appointed a committee
consisting- of J. J. Conn. Dorr H. Oar
roll, J. b. Taylor, A. P. Slocum and
J. S- Murphy.
This committee is corresponding
with Mr. Campbell, the originator ot
the so-called Campbell system of
farming, and with others, including
Professor Shaw of the. Agricultural
college and Boss Martin of Poweis
Lake, who he* attained such phe
nomenal Buccess with the Campbell
system.
The date will be announced later.
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No matter whether you have a cingle, doiiblt
or navel rupture or one following an operation,
my Method is an absolute cure. No matter what
your age nor how bard your work, my Method
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where all forms of trusses, treatments and opera
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This means better health, i no reared phy»«ca
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NEWS OF THE} NORTHWEST
Lawton Leader: Last Saturday
two pigs belonging to John Ruttle,
strayed Into the basement of the
Aird elevator and dropped into the
pit head first, one on each side of
the boot. Just about this time a
farmer drove in to deliver a load
of wheat and Mr. Bruce started
up the engine to elevate It Tbe
engine started all light but the
buckets would not move and on
investigation they found the pigs
stuck fast, heads down In the pit.
On starting up the engine the
drive chain was thrown off. One
pig was liberated without difficulty
but the other poor brute was In to
stay and It took the united ef
forts of Messrs. Alrd, Bruce and J.
Elgle to get it out, whicn they
did In about an hour's time. After
being liberated the pigs started
home, and the owner, who saw
their condition thought that one of
his dogs had been tearing the
porker and to get even, shot the
dog. This shows where summary
execution is not always just in
the face of circumstantial evi
dence. The pig though badly lacer
ated by the drtve chain, will re
cover and live to make delicious
pork for its owner. But the dog!
Oh, where Is be?
PROPOSE TEST
FBRN.D.D3CF0R5
NORTH DAKOTA PHYSICIANS
MUST SHOW THEV KNOW
DISEASE8 IF NEW LAW
PASSES. 4W
Blsmarcki N. D% Dec. 14*—Medical
physicia.ns of North Dakota will pro-'
pose a new measure aimed at the con
trol of th© practice ot medicine for the
consideration of the neoct legislative
assembly, to which there will be no
little opposition. Osteoprths of the
siate, in particular, will object to the
bill, and a renewal of the flght that
was made at Bismarck two years ago
when the osteopathio board examining
bill was passed, is expected.
Under the terms of the bill that has
been drawn up it is proposed to cre
ate a single medical board for the ex
amination of all who desire to practice
surgery in any fornr in the state. The
examination that will be given will
be particularly on the question of di
agnosis. The board would be com
posed of members to be appointed by
the governor on or before Aug, 1.
This bo&rd would take the place of
the present board that has been es
tablished for several years. Two ex
aminations each year are proposed,
one to be held in January end the oth
er In July,,
On the question of regulations, it
is provided that the board shal.' from
time to time adopt such rules and reg-
ulatlons as may be necessary for the
performance of Its duties, and a sched
ule of minimum educational require
ments. which shall be without preju
dice. partiality ot discrimination as
to schools or systems ot practice of
medicine.
In support of their measure the phy
sicians declare that the method of
treating cases is not nearly so Impor
tant from the point of view of the ex
amining board as is the fitness of the
man to properly diagnose a case.
The meaning of the term "practice
of medicine," is one on which there
may be a hitch. The bill provides that
"a person shall be regarded as pint*
ticing medicine who ho.'ds himself out
to the public of this a-tate as being
engaged in the diagnosis or treatment
of diseases or injuries of human be
ings." There are a great manv fur
ther qualifications necetuary wht'.e os
teopathy, as seen from a a medical
point of view. Is also defined.
Chop Sousy, at Rathskeller, Moor he
a«l.
BEGIN ROAD AMI
DRAINAGE SYSTCM
EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENT PLAN
IS BEING DEVELOPED BE
TWEEN WARROAD AND
ROSEAU,
important work has been delayed until
the western and central part of the
county had been surveyed and sufil-
If the people of Roseau and Warroad
and those living along the territory
unite their efforts In prevailing upon
the t-talp drainage commission to un
dertake this important improvement,
assurance is a4ready given by every
member of the board that It will be
done. As most of the land benefited
belongs to the state, the immediate
burden of the expense will fall upon it.
The Intention of the state is to build
a road with a ditch alongside, two
miles apart, running north and south
and ea.st and wet* making every sec
tion accessible.
Model Hen.
Aberdeen, S. D., Dec. 14,—J. R.
Pirey, Immigration agent for the Mil
waukee road, has a hen which is a
model of Industry. On Dec. 11 she
came off the nest which she had stolen,
proudly clucking to one lone chick
which had .tust hatched out. iWeather
6 degrees below zero was too much
for the chiek and it succumbed, but
Mr. Pirey may use the incident in his
work as immigration agent as a sam
ple of mild North Dakota weather.
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THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1910.
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TOUGH ON TH! DOG.
Aeseao, Minn., Dec, 14.—The first be laca.p*citemed fur *ny rewion. Tho
steps have now been taken towe^d? n»w plant was made necessary on as
constructing an extensive road und oount of the low water this sea*ot,
drainagf. system in the territory lying Whfr*. the Davton Hollow dam w£s
north of the Great Northern railroad built two years ago. U was thought
between Wariosd and Roseau lake i tfcat there was little possibility of the
The petitions have been set in circula- company being short of »*ater at ajiy
tlon, one In the Mud creek region and i time and there wa® an abundance of
the other in the Warroad section. This I water til last season. This year, how-
Mi
KMEOmCHBFIB
SliMMAHT UUII
GENERAL OROER NO. 14 I88UEO
BY THE ADJUTANT
GENERAL.
Bismarck, N. D., Dec. 14—**e ad
jutant general's office has issued gen
eral orders No. 14 ana officers are
named In each of the national guard
organisations of tbe state as summary
court. This means that each company
will be able to attend to any minor
military offenses to its own satisfac
tion. such as unexcused absence from
drill, disobedience of ordere, etc. The
order ie as follows:
General Ordere No. 14.
The following named officers are
hereby appointed summary court at
the places designated after thel"
respective names:
Company A—Second Lieutenant
Howard Hines, Biamarck.
Company C—First Lieutenant Theo.
Tallackson, Grafton.
Company D—Second Lieutenant F.
E. Wheelon, Minot.
Company E—First Lieutenant B. 3.
Schoregge, "Williston.
Company F—First Lieutenant O. I.
Solum. Mandan.
Company G—Second Lieutenant D.
S. Ritchie, Valley City.
Company H—First Lieutenant lit.
D. Gray, Jamestown.
Company I—First Lieutenant Thoa.
Thompson, "Wahpeton.
Company K— First Lieutenant L»
Roy R» Balrd, DIcklneon.
Company L—Second Lieutenant
A.
J. Norman, Hillsboro.
Company M—First Lieutenant An
thony Holt, Devil* Lake
Battery A—First Lieutenant T.
Conklin, Lisbon.
By order of Governor John Bark*
Amassa J. Peak*.
The Adjutaot General
Official:
H. R. Steedman,
Major. U. & A. Retired,
Military Secretary.
FOE BO,£00
ANNA HOLT OF CANADA, ALLE&
ING BREACH OF PROMI8Ec
WANTS BIG SUM.
Cando, N. D., Dec. 14.—A case which
is attracting a great deal of atten
tion over the state, on account of the
great wealth of the defendant ha» been
called at the term of court now be
ing held at Cando.
Anna Holt or Mrs. Bruns, the plain
tiff, is suing George McWvillains for
$30,000 damages in a breach of prom
ise case.
The plaintiff claims a failure to
keep a marriage promise whlcb she
alleges the defendant gave her. She
also alleges the defsodant tbe
father of a child now doad This the
defendant denies and the will un
doubtedly be stubbornly contested to
the bitter end-
Messrs. Bennet and Burke,Mlddaugh
and Cuthbert appear for tlx. plai&'.iffc
and J, McCiory of De»tl» Lake,
of E Slnklei of Minot appear
the defendant.
for
OTTERTAIL PLANT
IS NEARLY READY
WAHWrretf, BRecrtENrnfrae AND
FERGUS FALLS WILL BE
SUPPUED WITH ITS
POWER*
Tr*bpe\on. N Dv Dae. 14/—Tha Ot
te-\*' Power Co, expects to hav» o
machinery in the forges? power pi«fet
in tbe state operating In this city witb
in a few days.
When tiie new plant is ready the
I company rvii! be able to supply all the
eieatric current needed In Wahpecoi*
Breckenridge and Fergus Falls, even
should tbe water at the Dayton Hol
low dam, located eigbteee miles from
this city, whexe current is now gen
eral ed. gives out entirely, or the eleo
trie generating machinery at the dam
ever, the company encountered the
driest season in the history of this
part
able arrangements made for building tedng nearly two inohea lower at
roads and providing for outlet of sur
face water. The country between
Warroad and Boseau lake is rich in
fertile land and well adapted to gra1n
and stock raising. Due to an impas
sible tract lying south of this land, no
attempt has been made to develop the
country thus far. although several
tracts have been proved up.
of the country, th* water reus­
Fergus Falls than at any ttuio slnoe
records of tbe water level have been
kept.
The Dayton Hollow dam plant sup
lies current for Wahpeton, Brecken
ridge and Fergus Falls. Wahpeton
having been the first town to be con
neoted. The oompany owns a steam
plant in this city and has kept it fn
condition
Tor
emergencies (arid this
fall has run it a part of every day, the
u-ftJw being held ba^k at tbe dam ex
cept in the evenings, when the lo*d
is heaviest. Early this fall it was
decided that unless the plant was in
creased in size there would be times
this winter when at least one or two
of the three cities would be in dark
ness, In fact Fergus Falls has had no
Ught after J1 o'clock in the evening
since early in the fall.
The old plant In this city consisted
of a 200 horsepower Corliss engine end
a 115 horsepower tandem compound
engine. These engines are connected
to two generators, the larger one of
150 K. W. capacity and the smaller one
of seventy-five K. W. capacity.
The new plant which is additional
and entirely separate from the old one
consists of a 600 horsepower Mcin
tosh & Seymour four valve tandem'
compound engine, connected direct
with a 150 K. W. generator. The total
capacity of the two plants is therefore
815 horsepower capacity and 678 K.
W. genrator capacity.
The new plant Is complete in tt
self and contains a new Heine safety
water tube boiler of sufficient capaci
ty to drive the engine. The old and
new plants owned by the company in
this city are entirely independent and
can be run separately or together. Ira
case of any failure at the dam the
steam piant her* is capable of carry
ing the whole load or It can be run
in paraellel with the Dayton Hollow
plant
From this time on If ,the water In
the Otter Tail river runs so low thai
the plant at the dam cannot be oper
ated the company has plenty of re
serve power in this city.
WIFE litis (Mi
Minot. N. D-. Dec. 14.—Did you ever
hear of the moon causing trouble be
tween a man and a woman?
Well, this to what happened* kc
cording to a etory told In Judge Mur
ray's police court today. Louis Irv
ing on trial on a charge of assaulting
his wife, Bertha Irving, said that
every time the moon changed, his
wife's temper got up and she began
looking for trouble.
According to the wife's story, Mr,
Irving did not watt until th* moon
changed- His actions had- no such
limitation.
"It must be that your temper was
regulated by the sun." said Judge
Murray.
Mr. Irving admitted that he struck
his wife and gave her a black eye.
"Who gave your wife a black eye?"
asked Judge Murray.
"I did," replied Irv nf.
"Isn't that a fine way to treat your
wife, tha woman whom you swote
that you would always proteet, the
woman who has borne your ch&drsn,
who has worked early and late for
your welfare?" asked the Judge.
"Yes, I admit that a man is a low
down pup who will strike a woman/
answered Irving.
The story finally came out. It wa*
the old story of John Barleycorn,
living is a fin* fellow when he is
•ober Mrs. Irving said bet husband
became furious when he got winJskey
*"Once he promised me th** h«
would not drln* any more," said Mrs
Irving. "For three nights he oame
korr.e sober and I was the happiest
woman in the world. Then he go* to
drinking again and it was tbe same
old story*
Judge Murray continued the case
unttf Dec. 80. during which time Irv
ing win be given an opportunity to
behave.
A Simple Safeguard for Mother*.
Mrs. D. Gilkeson, 326 Ingles Ave.,
Toungstown. Ohio, gained wisdom by
experience. "My little girl had a se
vere cold and coughed almost contin
uously. My sister recommended Foley's
Honey and Tar, The first dose I gave
her relieved the inflammation in her
throat and after using only one bottle
her throat and lungs were entirely free
from inflammation. Since then I al
ways keep a bottle of Foley's Honey
and Tar in the house. Accept no sub
stitutes H. H. Casselman.
NARROW ESCAPE
IN UNION FIL
Linton, Nc D., Dec, 14—Awakened by
the heal and smoke of a fir® that had
in some manner gained it® origin in
the low%r part of their home, the fami
ly of Chris George, near this city, had
a narrov? escape from death. All
members of the family slept in the
second floor, and the three children
were rescued only with greatest diffi
culty tlnougb the upper Windows, be
ing helpeo out by tbeir father and
token In chaige by the mo&ar When
they reached the ground.
CANARIES
For Mis. the very nest. Baa Hart
New Detectlvs Agency.
Aberdeen. D, Deo 14.—WllAam
Moses, who will retire from the office
of sheriff of Butte county next Jan
us ry, after many years of service, has
announced that he will establish a
detective agency at Belle Fourche
after that time. Moses during his in
cumbency of the office of sheriff has
become one of tbe most widely known
peace officers In the northwest, deal
ing -vfth many desperate characters.
His deleative agency will handle work
in the Dako'as. Wyoming and Mon
tana, according to hie announcement,
and it is believed his wide acquain
tance with the criminal element in
the northwest will make his agency
a valuable one to siockcmen, railroads,
banks and the government.
RACED WITH DEATHS
Resohtd Bedside of His Wife Only
Two Hours Before She Died.
Enderilu, N. D., D*o. 14.—Otto Oeder
ot Kewaskum. Wis., won a race against
death with a margin of only two hours
wben be was summoned from his home
In this olty to rhe bedside of his sick
wife, who was here visiting her par
ents. Mrs. Oeder's illuess extended
over a period of only three days, and
when her condition became critical her
husband was notified. Then com.
menced the race in which he won only
to be at her side foe two hours when
the end came. She was conscious when
he arrived.
flCTlR OF Li!!)
NICKELS NOVELS
Aberdeen, S. D., Deo. 1*.—Victims
of the Suri4 literature of the nickel
novel. John Palmer and Andrew Brei
ner, aged respectively 14 and 15 years
of age. were yesterday sentenced to
the state reform school at Plankin
ton. The boys claim to come from
Winnipeg, and they confessed to rob-
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Immediate, but lasting relief.
This harmless preparation will di
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If your meals don't lit comfortably,
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WHEE
INDIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA, STOWCH GAS
A!® OTHFR MISFIiV COES IN FIVE HiJIfS
D. Swain, a local
real estate man, and stealing the col
lection from the Episcopal Sunday
school of which he is superintendent.
The court was disposed to leniency, i
but the fact that th# boys apparently
had no one to look after them, and
they expressed an intention to con
tinue the life of adventure upon which
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