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BU8INE880ARD8
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Natl Bank Block
Tel.: Office 174K, Res. 174L
Oakee, North Dakota
DR. I. R. MAERCKLEIN
Physician aad Surgeon
Office Phone 210
Res. Phone 92
Office in Lockie Block.
OAKES, NORTH DAKOTA
H. 1. MEUNIER
Phyaidan and Surgeon
Telephone Connections
Oakes, North Dakota
DR. M. E. GALE.
RESIDENT DENTIST
Offices in
Oakee Natl. Bank Block, Oakes, N. D.
A. LOGAN,
VETERINARY SIROKON
AnsUtntit State Vetoritiiiriiiu
Office in Moore's Livery Barn
ARTHUR P. GUY,
A W
NOTARY PUBLIC
Oakes Nat. Bank Block, Oakes, N. D.
CHR. PETERSEN,
CICAK MANUFACTUKEK
A Full Line of Pipes, Tobaccos and
Smokers Goods constantly on hand.
Shop on Union Street.
OAKES, NORTU DA ROT
Piano and Organ Instruction
LOTTIE S. PUFFER
Pupil of Carlyle M. Scott, University
of Minnesota.
Teacher's Certificate for Piano fron
Johnson Music School.
In Oakes Thursdaya.
ROOT & LADD,
DKAY AND TRANSFER
Will gi»o Htrict attention to all bunineaa en
trunted to us, aud guarantee
RHtmfactory mmce.
OBce Phone r."
OAKES, K. DAS
I. S. OVERHOLSER ft SON
Blacksmitha and Machinists
Repairing Done Promptly.
Shop next door north of Tuthill's
warehouse.
Oakee, North Dakota
AUCTIONEER
Bavin# graduated from tlia Jones Bcliool
AnetiooMriiiK, ol Chicago, and obtained al
Mm new and np-UMlate methods. 1 am now pre
pared to conduct any elan of sales: farm, par
•red stock, real estate and merchandise sales
Satisfaction •uarantaed. For dates addres
CLABENCE P. JENKINS, OAKES, N. D.
M.
BOARDMAN,
UNDERTAKER
LICENSED EMBALMER
Bes. Phone US-L.
Main Street,
Boiiotaa Phone 11&>K.
OAKES, N. D.
C. W. HANSEN
Pairier ud Paper Huger
Carnage Work in CauediM
Estimates Furnished Free.
Shop opposite C. M. C.
No. Dakota
D. A. Taylor
HOUSE MOVER
Are your buildings where they
should be?
If not, 1 can put them where
you want them at a moderate
price.
Houses of any size raised,
lowered or moved.
Residence, three blocks south
of M. E. church.
Phone 97K. Oakes, North Dakota.
IUPYMJK
HIDES
FURSte.
•rtabUibad 1887
•rtabUibad 1887
•rtabUibad 1887 TO
D.BERGMAN&CO.
ST. PAUL. MINN.
Deal dlraot with thateriMtaad oldest horn
la U» WmL II1 (tint prieM sad lmmadiata
•ash ratnrns. Writ* for trio* list, Ua aad
Ml Information.
Ik Taes for Aicta Kb.
PABUMKNT
NEARRIGTNE EM
JZ.V
Early Dissolntioo of British
Body Predicted.
ONLY KEY TO DIFFICULTY
Irish Nationalists Will Not Accept
Home Rule If Ulster Is Permanently
Excluded, and the Government
Finds It Impossible to Fores That
Province Under Dublin Rule.
London, March 25.—The dissolution
of the British parliament has been
hastened by the events of the last
few days, according to the opinion
generally expressed In political cir
cles. The surrender of the govern
ment to the officer* of the army who
declined to serve against the Ulster
men Is particularly significant In this
connection.
The Irish Nationalists, It Ifl pointed
out, will not accept home rule with
Ulster permanently excluded, while
the government has found It Impossi
ble to compel Ulster to come under
a Dublin parliament.
It is argued that the only way out
of the difficulty is to hold a general
election, and no one would be surpris
ed if the government during the sec
ond reading of the home rule bill next
week should offer to dissolve parlia
ment on condition that the home rule,
the Welsh disestablishment and the
plural voting bills be passed.
The dissatisfaction of the Liberals
with the government's treatment of
the army officers is another factor
which is likely to hasten a general
election.
Many Radicals would like to join
forces with the Labor members and
make an appeal to the country on the
refusal of officers to act against strik
ing workmen.
The provincial Liberal papers, as Is
usual, are even more outspoken on the
subject of the government's surrender
to the officers than are their London
contemporaries.
UNIONISTS ARE JUBILANT
8ee Government Backdown In Rein
statement of Officers.
London, March 25.—With Ulster
men and the Unionist press jubilant
over what they call the forced back
down of the government In the army
tangle growing out of the home rule
light, and the Liberal press chagrined,
the belief that It was King George
who forced the hands of the ministers
In placating the recalcitrant officers
is growing.
Absolute quiet having prevailed
throughout Ulster the attitude of the
army completely overshadowed the
tense position. The Unionists say
that the attempts of the government
to explain the "misunderstanding of
orders" which brought on the resig
nation of General Gough and other
officers failed completely. Many pa
pers hint that King George caused
the reinstatement of the officers. The
Manchester Guardian, an influential
Liberal paper, declarea:
The officers should have been
courtmartialed. Their reinstatement
shows there is one law for the rich
and another for the poor, one
standard for the loyalty of Tory offi
cers and another for privates with la
bor sympathies. Acquiescence to
this Interpretation of military duties
Is not only a serious blow to the army,
but false to the whole conception of
democratic progress."
BANK IS SUED FOB $48,000
Civil Action Follows Arrest of Park
River (N. D.) Caahler.
Grand Forks, X. D., March 25.—A
civil suit for $48,327.26 against the
Farmers' Security bank of Park River
by the Northern Underwriters' Insur
ance company has grown out of the
alleged dealings of C. R. Verry, for
mer cashier of this bank, arrested on
a charge of embezzlement
The civil action involves a claim for
damages relating to notes given Verry
for collection and which it Is charged
were credited on a pass book to the
Underwriters' company.
NEW INDIAN RESERVATION
Government Seta Aside 4,600 Acres
in Waahington.
Washington, March 25.—On the rec
ommendation of Secretary Lane,
President Wilson set aside 4,600 acres
of land along the Pen d'Orellle river
in Washington as a reservation for
the Kalispeil Indians. Owing to the
gradual encroachment of white set
tlers on their lands it became neces
sary to formally set aside a reserva
tion for them.
To Take More Testimony.
Washington, March 25.—The Inter
state commerce commission will take
additional testimony of the railroads
before deciding the Eastern advance
rate case. As April 20, 21 and 22 are
the- first days available such an an
nouncement Is taken to indicate ao
decision before that time.
GRAND DUKE DIMIM,
Banished From ftuaela I
of Love for American Qlrl,
The czar's banishment from Russia
of his first cousin, Grand Duke Di
mltri, son of Grand Duke Paul, has
caused a sensation. Grand Duke Dl
mltrl was abruptly ordered to leave
Russia within twenty-four hours and
not to return for four montha. He
departed for Cairo.
It was Dlmltri's infatuation for 'a
lovely and well born American wom
an that brought upon him bla auto
cratic cousin's anger. Princeaa Belos
selsky Is the woman. She waa MISR
Susan Whittier, daughter of the lata
General Whittier of Boston. As tal
ented and amiable as she is beautiful,
the princess has been a great favorite
In the highest society at St. Peters
burg. She inspired the young prince
with an admiration which her friends
declare is pure and worthy of her.
FAVOR ST. PAUL AS
NEW GRAIN CENTER
Go^ftralln Eidnup Mq Ik
inon Heatpartefs.
St Paul, March 26.—This city will
meet all reaaonable conditions to
bring the Fanners' Equity Co-operative
Exchange here. Every request made
of the Aaaoclatlon of Commerce at
the meeting of the executive commit
tee haa been anawered in the affirma
tive.
It ia now up to the directors of the
Equity exchange to decide whether It
will move its headquarters from Min
neapolis and begin here the building
of one of the largeat terminal grain
marketa in the world.
George S. Loftua, sales manager of
the exchange, announced that an ef
fort would be made to have the di
rectors meet in Minneapolis Saturday
morning and paaa formally upon the
propoaition aad be in shape Saturday
afternoon to lay before the directors
of the Aaaoclatlon of Commerce a
definite propoaition. He seemed to
be confident that the directors would
deoide to move the headquarters to
St Paul.
The home office ia In Fargo, when
the exchange maintains an Inspection
department and credit bureau for the
farmers' elevatora of North Dakota.
It ia likely that these offices, togeth
er with the Minneapolis exchange,
will be moved to St Paul.
WHISKY SHOWN AS MEN.
ACE TO INDIAN.
Washington, March 25.—Com
missioner Sella of the bureau
of Indian affaire has addressed
to each of the 6,000 employes
of the service a letter which
he has Instructed shall be read
to the students of every Indian
school April 6. In it he points
out that whiaky la "the great
est present menace to the
American Indian," and pleads
with Indian service employes
to set an example to the Indian
and exert their best efforts and
influence for the protection of
the Indian "from this, his
worst enemy."
FEDEMLS LOSE
4
German Educator Ends Life.
Stuttgart. Germany, March 25.—The
body of Professor Otto Harnack, one of
three celebrated brothers, was found
in the Neckar river. The professor,
who was connected with the school
system here, had been missing for a
month. is supposed he committed
suicide daring a mental breakdown.
Heaviest llllnole Man Dead.
Jacksonville, IU., March 25.—Petal
Baujan, weight BIO pounds, Illiaote'
heaviest man, la dead.
tOHEZPUAQO
Suburb of Torreoa Now ia
Haids of Rebels. ...
FIWtlNf IS DESPERATE
Huetra'e Follower* Put Up Strong
Defense and Sustain Heavy Looses
Before Giving Way to Vllla'a Ad
vancing Army—Engagements Pro
ceeding on All Bides of City.
Constltutlonaliat Headquarters, Ver
jll, Mex., March SB.—Gomes Palacio,
the principal suburb of Torreon, fell
Into the hands of Villa's Constitution
alist troops during the night and the
fall of Torreon Itself now seems only
a matter of hours.
After being driven out of Gomes
I'alaclo with great loss the federals
returned to the attack later. At last
reports the fighting was proceeding
furiously. The downfall of Gomes
Palacio witnessed the most terrific
fighting since the campaign begun.
The combined forces of Generals Ur
blna. Hernandez and Roderiguez, per
sonally commanded by General Villa,
occupied Lerdo, and Immediately Villa
threw a large portion of this force,
mostly cavalrymen, into the battle of
Gomez Palacio.
For hours the fiercest fighting pro
ceeded. The rebel horsemen charged
repeatedly and as night came on the
Constitutionalist artillery began to
have its effect and the federal out
posts were gradually withdrawn.
General Ortega then ordered a final
assault on the suburb. The cavalry
men. screaming and cursing at the
tops of their voices in an effort to
terrify the defenders,. were sent for
ward at a gallop and Ortega's main
body followed. At *9:30 p. m. the
assault was successful and the vic
torious rebels swarmed Into Gomez
Palacio.
Federals Are Reinforced.
Seeing the plight of Gomez Pala
cio. General Refugio Velasco, federal
commander of Torreon, sent heavy
reinforcements out of Torreon Itself.
The retreating federals Immediately
reorganized and returned to the at
tack and In some quarters the fight
ing was so close that hand grenades
were brought into play. Bursting
shells set fire to a dozen warehouses
in Gomes Palacio, but neither force
paid any attention to the threatening
conflagration. With the federals
slowly giving ground. General Villa
ordered up all reinforcements avail
able for his troops from other parts
of the line.
It waa evident the battle for the
possession of Torreon would be
fought In a large field between Go
mez Palacio and Torreon. Through
this runs a valley, which has been
deeply intrenched and fixed with wire
utaagtamenta.
Meantime the other Constitutional
field commanders have
lag savagely. General AgvJrre Bena
ddes and General Monalortes Hor
rors. who were in Matamoras Svaday,
are attacking Torreon from the east,
while Geaeral
n,llTl"
General Ponifil Natara are conduct
ing an assault from the sooth. The
three Arleta brothers are active to
the southwest Theee
generally regarded aa mere feints,
executed by VUla to force Velasco to
divide his garrison.
Mend ova.
joarea. Mex, March U.—According
to dispatches received here General
Oeeario Castro cap
tared the town, of
Salome Botelo after rooting the fed
eral garrison. He captured three fed
eral troop trains, twenty-nine
federate aad capturing a large supply
of arma aad ammunition. Later Gen
eral Castro and General Mercatl
Joined forces and captured Monclova,
taking 600 federal prisoners, much
ammunition and a quantity of arma.
FREE IF SHE WILL DEPART
Mother Jonee to Be Released
Prom lee to Leave Country.
Walsenburg. Colo, March 25.—
"Mother" Jonee, confined as a mili
tary prisoner In the county Jail here,
will remain where she Is unless freed
by the courts or released upon a prom
ise to leave the strike zone, according
to Adjutant General John Chase.
General Chase declared' the boepltal
ward of the county Jail, where Mrs.
Jonee is imprisoned, is aa clean and
comfortable aa any quarters available
here for the present
To Search for Arctic Veeeel.
San Francisco, March 25.—To search
the Arctic circle for the lost Canadian
exploration ship Karluk is the mission
of the steam whaler Herman, which haa
left San Francisco for the Far North.
The Canadian government ia sending
the whaler. The Karluk, with the
greater part of her crew, has been
missing since September.
Bullet Bounde Off Negro'e Skull.
Paterson, N. J.. March 25.—Alphonse
negro, ate and refused to pay.
Frank Griffin, reataurateur, fired and
waa amazed when the bullet bounded
of Alphoaao'e skull.
OAKES DRUGGIST HAS
tiLUttUlGWCi,
8.
L. Harris 1MS the Oakes agency
the simple mixtnre afbuckthora
talk, glycerine, etc., know as Ad'er
ka, the remedy which famous
curing appendicitis. This simple
emedy has powerful action and drains
nch surprising amounts of old matter
rom the body thit JUST ONE DOSE
elieves sour stomach, gas on the stom
eh and constipation almost IMMEDI
ATELY. The QUICK action of Ad
ler-i-ka is astonishing.: .4
for
RDGXr
TERMINAL
f?
The Timee $1.25 in advance.
Let The llama ia it
For a Pull or a Push
there is nothing quite ao good aa a balance on as
checking account and a good credit standing in 5
this strong Bank.
If the times are poor or your own affairs in a
temporarily difficult situation, ready money is the
greatest need in the hard pull of getting on your
feet again.
If times are good and you wish to make the most
of favorable conditions, again, ready money is just'
the thing needed for a decisive push forward.
Open an account here and begin to accumulate a
balance to thus fortify yourself for all contingencies.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
T. P. Marshall, PNaldsal H. C. MoCaurtnajr, Vlen^Pmaldrat
j. Sunday, Cnahlnr H. F. Brawn, Aaot. Caahler'
We Can Suit You
Whether it is a suit of clothes
for the men and boys or dress
goods or toggery for the wom
en and girls, our aim i$ to suit.
Sincerity Made Clothes
Ootzian Shoes
Always in stock and always
up-to-date.
For the ladies we have Lawns,
Percales, and all kinds of white
goods
Get your Groceries and Provisions of
Klein & Sutmar
STANDARD PATTERNS ALWAYS ON HAND
The Soo Line Lands You
or Your. Freight
CH
Lasattv* I Of.'
'*1 tan sold Chamberlain's Tablsta
far several yean. Fsop'e who km
them wQI take nothing else. I
leommend them to my customers
as the best laxative and eon for con
stipation that I know of," writes Fxaak
Stnmse, Fruitland, Iowa. For sale by
all
LODGE CARPS.
A.P.« A.
n.
The Aaalsot Fiee sod Aeaaptad Mamas
fifstand third Mooitar avaiiinssof aaeb
Vial tin* mmabnr* stadly welewad.
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Oakoa Ledge No. 40.1.0. U. F.
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