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3 v-'1 &• 7 -. ifv ••H S*1 w r- 4 -A iin •j ». i. & FARGO HARDWARE CO $20.00 VTc« MI .* SERVICES NEXT WEEK. Pwtors of the City Will Continue the Services •t the First M. E. Church Next Week. Last flight's services at -the First M. E. Church closed .a week's successful effort to revive religious interest in Fargo. There was a large attendance and. several conversions. The speaker of the evening was Rev. E. S. Shaw, field secretary of Fargo College. His remarks were based upon "How Shall We Escape if We Neglect So Great Salvation?" Mr. Shaw spoke simply but feelingly and impressed upon his hearers the responsibility of living the best life possible. Encouraged by the favorable impression evident as a re sult of the services during the week the pastors decided to continue the meet ings all of next week. There will be no services this evening, but on Mon day evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be a meeting. Everybody-is 'cordially invited. MONEY TO LOAN. 'We loan money on first -mortgages. Inquire of us formates'. No commis sions charged. ... ..w. Morton & Co. to The Construc tion of this stove is differ ent from all others and is conceded to be the most pow erful healer made. It has large radiating sur face, Duplex grate, is high ly ornamented and withal is a model of per fection in hard coal burners. (THAT WON t'COME $7.00 Any of these can be used with maga zine, thus be becoming a self-feeding hard coal stove. We will ship these stoves prepaid to any point within 100 miles of Fargo at Regular prices. For full information and descriptive circular call on or address Fargo Hardware Company. ANOTHER PLUME FOR FARGO W. C. Boyce Appointed State Marnier of the N. Y. Mutual Life Insurance Co. For N.'D. .' Another plume for Fargo's business cap reached the city last night frtfm New York. It came to W. C. Boyce of the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York in the shape of an appointment, under date of Jan. 1, 1904, as manager for the state of North Dakota with headquarters at Fargo. North Dakota has always been in the general agency with South Dakota and this office has been subordinate to headquarters at Sioux Falls, but the North Dakota field has grown so rapid ly and so important that the company has deemed it advisable' to place each state in a managing agency by itself and in line with that policy Fargo has been made the headquarters of the com pany in this state with Mr. Boyce as executive head. The change will be come effective the first of the new year. Friends of this stable old line life insur ance company and the personal friends of M*r. Boyce in the city and through out the state will be thoroughly agreed tbat his promotion comes to him justly as a recognition of the splendid work 7ff 8* CIGAR 4 ':,* I 1 Tr ••I,#IL,+•!,4,!,#I!'#'I-#-|.4.I. 618 Front Street, Fargo, N. D. THE MONITOR STOVES AND RANGES* 5 $50.00. The Monitor Oaks for all kinds of fuel are made in seven sizes, ranging in price llrom have beep on the market for ovqr sixty years. Jteal1 n«r It, Handsome Goods, Honest Values and mil lions of satisfied custpm ers have placed these elegant goods at the head of all competitors. four sizes 14,16,18and 20-inch ovens.' They have polished^ \. sides and malleable tops In appearance, durabU- ity, economy of fuel atiid general satisfaction giy- en they have no super- have ranges in price from he has done for his company during a period in this state which covers near ly two decades. In line with the increasing business the company has secured and has just taken possession of a larger $uite of offices in the new Edwards Building which are being fitted and furnished as modern insurance offices are now found. The office windows are being elaborate ly lettered so that they will be readily seen from Broadway and N. P. Ave nue, two of the principal business arter ies of the city. The creation of agency headquarters here will mean the in creasing of the office force from two tc five or six, including a cashier who will handle all of the company's premiums paid in this state. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. Complete outfit for a confectionery •tore and ice cream parlor fixtures—ex sept soda fountain—tor sale cheap: Vpply to George Pirie. Fargo. MURPHY'S AUTO. Totn 'Murphy, proprietor of th£ fa mous Midway, just over the north bridge plays the game of progression like an adept. By far the finest electric automobile ever shipped into the north west was placet! in commission by 'Mr. hfyrjphy Thursday afternoon to make ,th$ round trip between bis magnificent resort across the river and Broatkiray, Far^o. This fo^ the 1 paitons •it £oiTV^Hien|| of of '.tthe' popular 'house—gfying free transportation, and on duty all hours.. The machine is of the \rorld renowned Columbia make at the Hart ford, Conn., factory. It will seat fifteen people comfortably and will carry as many as can be crowded into it—having a capacity of sixteen horse-power. It is painted in a mind of black and dark green to conform to the interior dec orations of the house it represents ancP after Sunday will carry the words^ "Midway" upon its sides. Such ex clusive goods, as Green River, bourbon Cook's and Humbolt Rye as well is other brands of the finest stock of liquors, retail and wholesale to found anywhere, are worthy of no leW representation than by such an extrawif gant conveyance. Sy For State News Read The Forum. THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN*, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3ii l903J 4( (k,^ I I The ranges are made in Homely people neVdir use Hair Vigor. Ever think of thatPitust WHERE TO WORSHIP, The Deciples of Christ will meet at the Carnegie Library hall at 10:30 Sunday. Rev. A. J. M(arshall will preach. Roberts Street Ml E. Church, Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. League at 6:30, and preaching at 7:30. C. E. Vermilya, pastor. Rev. Mr. Marshall will address the Y. M. C. A. men's meeting Sunday aft ernoon at 4 o'clock in tne association hall, corner of Eighth and Front Streets. Free Methodist—Service at church, corner of Tenth Street and First Ave nue South. Rev. W. D. Poole, pastor, will preach at 11 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. All are cordially invited. First N. E. Latheran Church Rob erts Street and fourth Avenue North. Services at 7:3cr p. m., when the rteVv minister, Rev. A. O. Fonkalsrud will be installed by Prof. Bogstad and Rev. John Peterson, all are welcome The Ministerial Association will hold its next meeting in the rooms of "the Commercial Club, (over The Fargo Forum office) Monday Nov. 2 at 10 a. m. Ensign Gillam of the Salyation Army will address the meeting. German Evangelical Friedens Congre gation—Service every Sunday at 10:30 a. m., German Sunday school after ser vice, at its church, Roberts Street and Third Avenue North, near Broadway. All are cordially invited. E. J. Fleer, pastor. ,-it "V The First Methodist" Episcopal Church, Herbert G. Leonard, minister— Love feast at 9:30 baptism and Holy Sacrament at 10:30 Sunday school at 12 m. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. the pastor will preache at 7:30 p. m. Meetings every night except Saturday. Plymo»thl Congregational Church Morning 10:30, Communion. The pastor desires all members and Chris tians affiliating with us to be present. Sunday school at 12 m. Junior En leavor at 3 :30 p. m. evening at 7:30 l}r- Dudley will preach. Come and hear him. Kragnes' Jfci Lewis, pastor. First Church of Christ Scientists Services at 10:45 a. m., Edwards Build ing, room 48, second floor. Subject, Adam and Fallen Man." Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. This is open as a reading room every aft ernoon except Sunday for 2 until 5 o'clock. Christian Science literature is kept for sale and on file The public Is1 cordially invited. v* First Baptist Church, corner of Eighth Street and First Avenue South. S. A. Hayworth, pastor—Divine worship at 10:30 with preaching by the pastor 11 30 reception of new members and observance of Lord's supper Sunday school at noon B. Y. P. U. at 6130, leader Rae Babcock. Gospel service at 7130 with preaching on "The Christ View of the Family," the first of a series on Christ in Modern Life. Spec ial music at both the morning and even ing Services by the choir, A. H. Dods- A ii-.nii: ris sic ley, leader. A cordial invitatioe.is ex tended to all. Seats free. 4- v Protestant Episcopal, Gethsemane Ca thedral, Festival of All Saints, 8 a. m., Holy Communion 10 a. m., Sunday school 11 a. m., Litany, ser mon and second celebration of Holy Communion, Dean Burleson, the cele brant. Vesper service with address at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Seats in the cathedral are free and all worshippers are cordially welcomed. "y:. We are sorry for those people who .were unable to gain admittance to the Salvation Army Hall last Sunday night oi account of the crowd who gathered for the meeting to avoid this disappoint ment. Please come early this coming Sunday, doors open at 7130, meeting commences at 8 p. m. Subject "Three Lives in One." Meeting will tipn dcted by Ens. Gillam. First Congregational—-ISforning"sub ject, 10:30, "We Become Like What We Look At." Reception of members and Holy Communion. Evening 7:30, "The Hero of E. C. Hall's Tten Times One is Ten from course "Four Great Characters of Fiction bible school at 12 C. E. 6:30. C. H. Dickinson, D. D. minister Prof. I. B. Penniman, musi cal director. Church Eighth Street and Third Avenue South. Unitarian Church, Rev. Elinor Gor don, minister—Morning service at 11 o'clock. Classes for children at 10 o'clock. Subject of morning sermon: "The Art of Hospitality." Unity Club at 8 o'clock p. m. Subject: "The Ori gin of the Drama." Readings from Aeschylus' "Prometheus Bound." Dis cussion led by Professor Hult. All who are interested are cordially invited to. these meetings. Mark's English Lutheran Chtfech, corner Fourth Avenue and Eighth S.treet North—Reformation Day ser- -i ivtcpt Lord's day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 The Sunday school vices, p. m. The Sunday school will also hold a special service at 9:30 a. m. The Luther League meets at 6:30 p. m. The pastor's catechetical class meets every Saturday at 9 a. m. You are wel come to these services. John A. Zun del, pastor. Norwegian Baptist. Church, corner of Fourth Street and Second Avenue North. Sunday service—Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at the close of morning service B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening at 7 o'clock: bible reading and prayer ser vice Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. J. A. H. Johnson, pastor residence 1405 Fourth Avenue North.. Presbyterian Church—The pastor^ Ed gar W. Day will preach at 10:30 aid 7:30. Morning theme. "God's Thought fo Men." Evening, "Can you afford to ignore Christ's Claim?" Sabbath school meets at 12 p. m. At 3:30 p. m. Jun ior Endeavor Christian Endeavor, pray er meeting at 6:30 leader, Wijliam Mc Castf subject, "What Davrd Teaches Us." If you have no other church home, come and share ours. Yott are especially invited to come to the evening Socialism^:- V: In their Hall in Ely Block Sunday at 4 p. m. R. C. Massey will give a short talk on the ethical side of Social ism, which will be followed by Hon. Ira S. Lampman on "Co-operation." Prof. M. O. Westby, accompanied by Mrs. Westby will give several selections on the violin. A. Peterson, the chairman, will called the meeting to order prompt ly 4 o'clock. Everybody is cordially invited, whether membersr sympathizers or opponents. A special invitation is extended to the ladies. A social under the auspices of the ladies of the club is to be given next Friday evening. Come out and hear all about it. Has Been Hard to Secure And for that reason I have had made up to ordcf a fine Lady's Watch that we-can absolutely guat* antee to be the finest to be had. These we caii furnish in the most reasonable priced case as well ?|s the most elaborately jeweled and in artistic designs* '4 V brm f?i tfioyx \-'iA '1 •!},, v' Those little Chatelaine Watches are now in •tyle everywhere and we can show a complete Hne in variety and qual ity of finish, which yon art invited t6 call anil examine. «Hj* W."! UV-H ray/'J BnaADWAYwi^mo •-&: II GREAT RECORD Insurance Cnmp'y Of North Dakota. 40 per cent in return dividends to policy holders, 20 per cent placed in reserve, makes a total saving to our members of 60 per cent of the stock company's rate, with $2,142,479.25 of busi ness written and $68,785.67 total premium is truly a great record for one year. BUSINESS MEN" and citizens of North Dakota—can you afford to write your insurance in an Eastern Stock Company when you have a company at home with a rec ord such as this The total net resources for this com pany for the ensuing yeai* will be $82,542.80 on their renewal business. With an increase of 25 per cent, our total assets would be $103,178.50. If this company had sustained an aver age loss in the year of the great FARGO FIRE which is the heaviest this state has ever sustained, our loss would have been $28,378.00, as the losses that year were $1,219,803.00, which forty-three companies paid thus we could have received an average loss in the most disastrous year this state has ever known and in the above condition paid it in full and still returned our notes as a dividend to oilr policy holders. Are not these figures a con clusive argument as to our ability to pay our losses and the great saving that we are to our policy holders? Our salaries and EXPENSES are paid in our own state, OUR RESERVES ARE KEPT AT HOME, our citizens receive all the benefit thisjByjpndid o o a i o n 4 Write your insurance in tbe MERCHANTS STATE and yott will save yourself 4$ $Or$o per cent of your premium and assist in building up a home enterprise. E. A. TYLER, SECRETARY. Offices Walker Block* First Avenue North, Fargo, N. D.. For State News Read The Forutp. That $ ismm* 'V 1:sr r. 'H i ill!