The Best Guaranty of Merit
Is Open Publicity.
Every bottle of Dr. Piece's world*
Tamed medicines leaving the great labo
ratory at Buffalo, N. Y., lias printed
Upon its wrapper all the ingrcdicnta
entering Into its composition. This fact
alone places I)r. Plcrce's Family Medi
cines in a class all by themselves. They
cannot be classed with patent or secret
piedicines because they arc neither. This
Is why so many unprejudiced phvsicians
irescribe them and recommend them to
patients. They know what they
fcr composed of, and that the ingredients
tro those endorsed by the most eminent
The further fact that neither Dr.
.JMerce's Golden Medical Discovery, the
reat stomach tonic, liver invigol-ator
eart regulator and blood puriiier, nor his
.ivorite Prescription for weak, over
forked, broken-down, nervous women,
funutns any alcohol, also entitles them
»v a place all by themselves.
Manv years ago, Dr. Pierce discovered
that chemically pure glycerine, of proper
Jtrcngth, is a better solvent and preserv-
tive of the medicinal principles reiid
in our indigenous, or native, medi
cinal plants than is alcohol and, further
more, that it possesses valuable medicinal
of its own, being demulcent,
utritive, and a most efficient
Neither of the above medicines con
tains alcohol, or any harmful, habit
fur/rung drug, as will be seen from a
lance at the formula printed on each
wrapper. They are safe to use and
potent to cure.
Not only do physicians prescribe the
amove, non-secret medicines largely, but
,s|p6 most intelligent people employ them
^people who would not think of using
Hie ordinary patent, or secret medicines,
•very ingredient entering into the com
position of Dr. Pierce's medicines has
Ihe strongest kind of an endorsement
from leading medical writers of the
veral schools of practice. No other
edicines put up for like purposes has
iy such profeasional endorsement.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con
stipation. Constipation is the cause of
many diseases. Cure the cause and you
-ire the disease. One "Pellet" is a gentle
.xative. and two a mild cathartic. Drug
fists sell them, and nothing is "just as
good," Easy to take as candy.
few hum i\ spfWd dnca/t
CAN YOU ENJOY A SQUARE MEAL?
Do you alt down at the table with a flm
appetite Intending to enjoy your meal lm
Baensly and after a few mouthfuls givo up
despair? That's a typical "well along*
Case of Indigestion or dyspepsia. Hundreds,
yee, thousands are In the same boat and
are willing to do almost anything to be as
they used to—healthy, well and strong with
a good sound stomach.
The best and quickest
core offered* to that
army of sufferers
•SOL »PJ£»CEIt'S ENGLISH
powers of these wafers are very
•fttple to understand. They are natural in
their workings aud effects, taking up the
Work of the worn and waste stonutcUs,
digesting the luod thoroughly aud com
British Pharmacal Co., Milwaukee, Wia»
Price 50 cents «. boi.
for aale bjr
|ft*maged Area Has Not Been
I Large a« at First Estimated.
Farms in the Red river valley have
suffered some damage this year but
According to reliable reports received
by machinery men in this city it is
not so great as was indicated by some
of the early estimates. The dry, hot
weather of the past teh days has
proved very| beneficial in many sec
tions and conditions are considerably
Many acres were under water so
long that it was Impossible to seed
them but In places where the fields
were seeded the crops are doing well
There Is now a cry for a surcease in
the extremely hot weather and the
fear is expressed that with the soil
as moist as it is the effect of too
high a temperature may be to bake
the ground which would ppove disas
What is needed, the' machinery
men say, is dry cool weather and they
are even willing that a little more
rain should fall, for they say it will
be needed before long.
Manager T. H, Roney of the Minne
apolis Threshing Machine Co. esti
mates that in Richland, Cass and
Traill counties about 60 per cent of
the average crop will be raised this
year. He says that from reports
which he has received from various
sources he believes that about
cent less acreage was sown this year
than last while about 15 per cent
more which was sown has been
"It was only the country in Rich
land, Cass and Traill counties which
was damaged," said Mr. Roney in dis
cussing the situation, "the upper part
of the valley where there was a poor
crop last year, prospects are good and
there will undoubtedly be a large crop.
The moisture did not hprt the farm
ers up there."
^Winnipeg industrial Exhibition.
For this occasion the Great Northern
will sell tickets at one fare for the
round trip, $6.90, from Fargo. Dates of
sale July 21 to 26 inclusive. Final re
turn limit July 30.
Mrs. Housewife, your attic Is
jammed with useless stuff, Isn't
Every time you clean house
you resolve that t|mt stuff must S
But how sell It?
w &> Forum want ads t*re the sblu- t»
$ tlon. $
They are the tireless little $
messengers of the household that
search and search until they've $
J» brought you and the right person with over 300 pounds of wire, and It
together. took over four hours to unwind her.
V 1 v .-
in 1883, but since then has been
Chicago. It is a live number.
tists in 1907.
JJJilaff used for blind pig
being made in all kinds of grain. I
and the yield promises to be all that
could be desired. Weathpr conditions
lately have been all that one could
In Cavalier county both tickets had
the name of Magnus Snowfleld who
The Hamilton Independent tells
how R. A. Thacker of that town wj*s
In Fargo as a witness before the tj.
S. grand jury and how he called down
a juror who got too fresh.
NORTH DAKOTA KERHELS WHERE TO WORSHIP.
Another new paper appears in Wil- I German services at the ZIon church
Hams county, at Ambrose, a new town|_#
entertain the Bap
Grand Forks is soon to
TnonAv hAfwof*1? the
on the Soo line, postoffice Colgan, with Evangelical association on
Herman Lipphardt as publisher it is ^entl1
called The Weekly Newsman, and the avery Sunday 11 M. an^ i
The western part of the state is en
joying an unheard of boom..
money between Grand Fori*, and [Fourth avenue north.
Larimore is causing trouble.
®_ (tj fil) i
The Barnes county fair was huge! The Scandinavian Free church, cor
success with ideal weather.. Jner of Fourth street and Third aven
Ed Pierce of The Grafton Record Sundays at 10:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.:
is getting to be an old timer—and IITlldwf
Tiro I M. E. Church—Preaching at 10:45 a.
of th* Reporter keeps talking
A fastidious patron of the postoffice
at Bismarck objects because "some of I
the clerks get down to very light un
derclothing during the heated period.
m. and 8:00
1 e a v e
The results at JamnntAwn indicate
how unfounded the claims of the in
The Garrison Independent has been I graphs of Thompson and Martin Sun
sold Kirk & Wells to Roy H. Cook and day school at 12:00 m. and Young
Two full blooded Owmii Jn
'lana, Joseph Packineau and Sam
Vewman, were at Jamestown to at
nd the republican state convention.
ewman ia a highly educated Indian
nd has at various times been a clerk I evening service at 8 o'clock, conducted
the agency at Berthold. I in English language Sunday school
Wolves are Eddy coun- '°a
•v and are destroying the young pratr tFonka,s™a' Pasl"r'
ie chickens that are unable to fly.
Presbyterian church—Morning ser-
The farmers of the Missouri slope lvtc®
are rejoicing in the remarkable growth I
Wheat, oa]ts, barley, speltz and other [w111 Preach morning and evening. Mrs.
small grains are heading out finely [Burrvam
The Topics at Taylor, Stark county, I ond floor. Hours 1 to 4 every after
is a new publication. fnoon except Sunday. Christian Science
®—5HS i literature here for sale and on file A
Banker Batcheiler of Fingal dream-[cordial invitation is extended to Ihe
ed that he was in a railway wreck public
and awoke o&tside his window-.qu the
ground with a lot of bruises.
wan elected as a delegate to the 11°'£° *h f,cho?1
slate republican convention .- If X! ^Ue
Several of the Insurgent editors,
were at the state convention to seef
The Sun wants to punish auto
drivers who run through Churchs
Ferry at too rapid a clip.
the expiring agonies. I Barnes will conduct services Sunday.
®-5—ffl fThe usual other services will be held.
Wild roses are in bloom tfe this Next .Sunday Dr. Young will l^i^eh.
state in great profusion.
July 18-20 are the dates fixed for
ors at the head of the sheets.
Miss Hexel (Vernon, jformerly of
Minot, is now a member of the Ferris
Stock Co. of Minneapolis.
Usher L. Burdick, the former Min
nesota football star, will be a mem
preacher and others who burned his
the Pembina county fair at Hamilton. I the Novelty Vaudeville at the opera
f'Xs)--® house next week, The Forum has made
I of Kenmare mar- arrangements to give away absolutely
veta at the number of papers in the free 300 tickets to want advertisers
state without the names of the edit- for the two days, Wednesday and
ber of the next legislature to iljjis |and
Pi«g«ry, was awarded $4Q by/the Ju|3r. I *r
Both the papers at Adams seem
THIS FABGO FOTHTM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY UYKXIXG, JULY U„
and First avenne south,!
°n The Argus back|7:80 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m..
nd T. P. A. meeting at 6:30 p. m.
All German friends are cordially in
vited to attend the services. H. Loe
Norwegian Baptist church.—Corner
of Fourth street and Second avenue
north. Morning services at 10:45
••ven [Sunday school at noon Young Peo
ple's meeting at 7 p. m. evening ser
vice at 7:45. All are cordially invit-
led. N. J. I**}, pastor, residence .1328
holds its services as follows:
has a son with a wholesale ffutt com-1 Thursday evening. Subject tomorrow
pany in Valley City.
prayer meeting at 8 o'clock
tmornlng "The Holy Catholic Church,"
I evening "Faith." All Scandinavians
The insurgents kicked because of tare cordially invited* Mwtin Peter
the large number of sergeant-at son, pastor.
armsi at the state republican con
vention. I Sunday services at the Broadway
e i v e e S u n a y
12:00 m. Epworth League
devotional services, at 7:00 p. m.
Plymouth Church, Broadway—
Morning services at 10:*fr and even
ing services at 8 o'clock. The morning
topic "Divine Fatherhood and Human
in the evening "Events
Adding to the Interest of Palestine."
The evening lecture will be illustrat
ed with lantern views from the photo-
Peoples' meeting at 7:15 p. m, All
services by the pastor. Everybody
First Norwegian Lutheran church—
Corner of Roberts Btreet and Fourth
avenue. Morning service at 10:30,
10:30 a. m. Sunday school at
S. C. B. at 7 evening
at 8 p. m. Rev. W. H. Hunter
wish and with the remarkable stool-1ehurch- corner of Second avenue and
ing done by wheat during the cool
weather this spring, the crop of grain
should Jje unprecedented.
First Church of Christ gdtentfat—
Services at 10:45 a. m. Unitarian
Ninth street south. Subject, Truth
Sunday school at 11:50 Wednesday
evening meeting at 8 'oelock reading
room Edwards block, room 48, sec-
First Methodist Episcopal church—
The Rev. De Witt Cluiton of Iowa win
preach at the morning service
He sued for $400. Tri-Club Yacht Cruise.
There have been an unusually large!of the Corinthian Yacht Club of Phila
number of people in the state injured delphia, the Atlantic Yacht Club, and
by baseball this summer. the Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht
v m- Ic,ub are assembled in this bay and it
wm* f»!?S fnever Presented a prettier and livelier
516 fOT bll,s
be well patronized. main over Sunday, until Monday
1 morning, when the fleets will start on
The Minot Commercial olufc see bib their ocean cruise. On Monday they
to be getting results, twill run to Morris Cove, on Tuesday
Jamestown will hold a county ft*|t will run to Shelter Island and prob
late this fall, I ably remain there until Friday, when
th0 fleets will sail to Newport and
An attempted hold-up at lames
town failed because the dog belong
ing to the intended victim got busy
on the thug.
Some of thfl^Les struck the I v,
towns too soon after the Fourth and' Club over Sunday,
racing meets. v
The Great Northern, has just doopi*
pleted its new pump houss at WaJ
It 1« aTlegfed that during the tor
nado at Bisbee last week a cow was
picked up from a field, carried about
forty rods and let down uninjured in
any way, but she was wrapped about
Ten words on# week, SO cents. *, Hut the strange part of the tale is
i yuri w* in« iUItJ 18
V --i a
P- m.,. no- evening service.
Congregational—Rev. G. B.
A K O A
U S I N E S S
O E E
E U I E
i k e a n
O I E
300 Free Tickets.
Because of the special excellence of
Thursday, July 18 and 19. ^Everyone
ordering a 25-cent want ad or more
to be run in Saturday *s Forum, July
21, will receive a ticJ et which will
afford an entire evening's enjoyment
or two child's tickets win be given free
for each such ad. There are a thous-
stat#. i V?t |and make money by tham. If you
ounty, who brought a suit against n }your8e«
in which to use the want ads
I want to buy something, qv ."jell some
The Hollanders around Lltohvlile thing, if you want help or a ppsition,
had a celebration. ,, [they work for you and inireduce you
[to the people, who will aid you. Look
Barnes county has an -association over your old stow-aways iif the cellar
for better roads.
The blind plg'ger^at*Union, Cavalier I
or garret, tell about them in an ad
be soltJ whl,e
one of the best aitertain-
brought to Faigot
Oyster Bay, L. L, July 14*—The fleets
than now. The anchorage
*t|Ya?ht Club' wj16re
yachts will re-
to New London. On Wednesday they
disband. The racing yachts will get
back to Larchmont in time for the
racing there, which will begin next
Saturday. The visiting yachtmen will
be entertained by the Seawanahaka-
Booker T. Washington has been re
monstrating against the divisions of
the African Methodist church. They
have split into three denominations
with triplicate sets otj bishops, pre
siding elders, etc. At -a recent address
at Wilberforce University, Ohio, he
urged union in one body, with three
solid schools for the training of nqgro
training in ethics to be
There fs a strong movement to un
ite the old Andover Theological Sem
inary at Andover, Mase., with the
divinity school of Harvard University.
Andover Seminary was founded in
opposition to the Unitarianism Of the
university, with which It is now con
sidering affiliation. Its professors have
been obliged to promise resistance
to "Pagans, Mohammedans, Unitar
ians and Universallsts." The Harvard
divinity school Is not denominational
and is too broad in its scholarship and
too much alive to the needs of the
times to be either Unitarian, Univer
sallsts, Congregationalists or Sande
manlan. It Is an interesting comment
on the tendencies of the times to see
the impulses of these two institutions,
so opposite in their inheritance for
formerly hostile in their relations, to
become one. It is ignorance and aloof
ness from the needs of the time that
Rev. S. M. Brothers of Cambridge,
Mass., has said recently in an address
to English Unitarians: Two prime
tK 4 I kQPb.
will be races from, port to port .4ur
ing the cruise.
I have sold my farm in Raymond
township, and offer all my personal
property, Including household furni
ture, machinery, stock, chickens and
many things too numerous to mention
at public auction on the farm Satur
day, July 21, at 2 p. m. sharp. This
property must be sold at whatever
prices are offered. J. G. Brown, the
celebrated Canadian auctioneer, will
be in charge of the sale. Don't forr
get the date/ W. a. Newton.
RELIGIOUS NEWS NOTES
Road Grading and Ditching Revolutionized
Contractor, aid Otken SappfioJ with Rotary Di.c Plowiu, '.£!
Attachment, for Elentuf Gr.di»g Machiiw. SK:^lr41,b?K\',S,rk
(to. third more work ^„plW»d in ,h.
plow attichnient. Oar attachmeat works well in wet plaees where the old
Js specially made for us, heioK
THIS It THE MACHlNt
THAT DOES THE BUSINESS
Hunter, NortK Dakota,
forces arfe now at work in the realm
of religion, with which the church
must reckon the first, the scientific
spirit, a pure austere and devout love
of truth, such as sways the thoughts
of all the best life of our young
men in universities and the other,
democratic impulse and Idealism that
draws men from the problem of the
saving of the individual soul to that
of saving society.
Bryan says of the mtMion
•^S SW0"™- .60 ^ialists. 50 Acrobat
rind prratf.-t art* nml
'"K Anitimirt over seen, c»a»tituiiiu
ONE BO-CENT TICKET
ADMITS TO ALL..
CHHLOftBN UNDER 13
^,^l^rt^S?paTdJTni ^elhe8erVCd beon sale show day at McDONALD'S DRUCi STORF 606
FRONr STRhKT, at exactly the same price charged in the regular ticket wagons on the show ground*.
ityle plow will not work. Oar rotary plow cat* through any kind of soil J-J-Lamoreati*. contractor
aud rubbish, and rolls over rocks aud other obstructions. Oar rotary disc
ball bearings prevent friction and wear. This patent attachment eau only ieutlenneu: I received the
be purchased from The Disc Grader aud Plow Co., of Hunter, N. or its ?"a™Dle"*»• y y Di.c
schools that have been established in
non-chrlstian lands by American mis
sionary societies: I do not apologize
for mentioning, from time to time, the|*Savlngs & Loan,
institutions which altruistic Ameri
cans have scattered over the orient.
If we cannot boast that the sun nev
er sets on American territory, we can
And satisfaction in the fact that the
sun never sets on American philan
thropy if the boom of our cannon
does not follow the orb of the day on
his daily round, the grateful thanks
of those who have been the benefic
iaries of American generosity form a
chorus that encircles the globe.
The contemplated federation of
churches in North Dakota Is a step In
the right direction, and most credit
able to the clergymen of Fargo, who
have modestly, but firmly, taken the
lead in It. Like every other state.
North Dakota has suffered much In
its religious life by the manipulation
of sects. The mischief Is especially
evident in a young state with few and
small cities. For the result is that the
9,nJ!?n' April 2,1906
To th# Dine (irtdar 4 Plow Co.
Hontflr. N. D.
1 hnve iifi ng yonr at
thrhmeiiU on aiy gradar forth*
Inst 10 day? and think it th*i
tool I ever oifxl. I wniiM
not change fiaek theoM plow
for twico its cost. Y«mr» n»p.,
,i i~' A. ^srrrr kJ iwioo Its cost. Y
1 K. K. H. Potter, raiir'd
.//\j 7 hIH Htowani St. Omi
,1V. ... IWl.
Di'tc Oraaer A: i'lowCo. Hnatar
(ifntlemeo: Have Imwd noing
your Kotery Disc rhiwinjr At
tachment for the past few day*
and fiu) ita*otKi tool. In ilae«s
where another plow will uot
tronr, this will mid do it much
thick. Oar patent roller
n^C«ra^er°A "pi), J' }^f'
zed agents. For circular aud particulars, addrew iug inacMuaa aud in reply, cau
i»e no fault. 1 have moved
e i a u & a e A n o w o i
1 lowin# Attaehmeut for grad-
o e i
u o i
^^we than ever *eforo and am well
fclwai. Yours truly, J. K.
Owen. Railroad Coutraetor
churches. Into which the christian
forces have been divided are too
small and weak tor the most part to
inaugurate a service for the public
good, but must contend for their
own existence. The great mischief
done cannot be undone now, but the
stronger churches called into exist
ence, most of them unnecessarily, can
work together, and especially prevent
the multiplication of sects In the new
er places of the state. In that way a
continually greater unity of spirit and
purpose can be secured and steps tak
en toward a merging of denomina
tions os fast as that can be done. This
Is making the best of a bad situation,
but that is the way to qaeurf a good
situation In the end.
Get a Pocket Savings Bank
Mid-8ummer Rates East.
For summer vaoatlon trips, the Du
luth, South Shore & Atlantic rallwajr
now have special low round trip rates
to all eastern points.
Toronto and return t28.ft0
Buffalo and return 25.SO
Ottawa and return 28.95
Montreal and return 29.50
Albany and return 29.50
Boston and return 31.00
Quebec and return 82.60
Proportionate rates to all Intermed
These tickets are on sale daily aad
good for return passage until Sept.
Through sleeping car servioa from
Duluth daily to all points east.
For full particulars and sleeping oar
reservation kindly apply to A.
mature, six-fold circus.
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Biggest Stage and Most Elaborate Scenery Ever Used.
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street. Duluth. Minn.
MENAGERIE ON EARTH.
CAGES. 40 Elephants.
FAMILY OF FULL-
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*0 ious Riders.
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