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Pm|lea*, 9 to 1C& Matt J. Johnson'* GREAT YIELDS PREDICTED. Fitw Crops in Rolette, Bottineau and Ward Counties This Year. Rolette, Bottineau, Ward— each one of these counties is a veritable Garden of Eden so far as growing: crops are concerned according to the reports which are coming In. Every member of the commercial club who went on the tour through these three counties expresses himself as amazed at the wonderful waving fields of grain and flax which are to be seen throughout the northern tier of coun ties and the reports received from machinery men as well as the farmers Who have visited the A. C. during the past week are ail of the same char acter. Not only are all the crops In splen did condition but they are unusually far advanced for this time of the year. Samples of macaroni wheat five feet high and grown in Ward county this summer have been received by the J. I. Case Threshing Co., and word comes that much of the winter wheat In the county is now ready to cut. flax Is In an equally good condi tion. As a sample of what he had STACY FRUIT COMPANY OeDeral Conunlssou Merchants Jabbers and Wholesale Dealers In For eign, Domestic and California FRUITS. t- in $- v y&t* It Broadway, J- ",T f4 \f\ 't *. -v.* p, •N3?, vt I If you are suffering- from Rheumatism, Kidney Trouble, Backache, Catarrh or any other Blood Trouble you will flnfl imme relief in It is the most rcnifirkuiiic remedy nuw b^iuic nic public and it will not disappoint you. It gets right at the root of the trouble by purifying- the blood. I make An Absolute Quarantoo to refund your money if you are not satisfied with results after taking half of the first bottle. I don't ask you to take several bottles, but only half of the first, before deciding. FOUT & PORTERJFIELD WILSER'S DRUG STORE H. H. CASSW.MAtt -$ The Lewis, Vldger, Loo in is Co. WHOLESALE FRUIT®' COMMISSION MERCHANT* Fargo. FAROO -$ —••$ MERCANTILE —e —$. C. F. Greenwood E. A. Orr GREENWOOD, ORR & CO, Wholesale Stationery and Sta tioner's Specialties 614 Second Avenue North Lone Distance Phone 24S L. 1 GARDNER & CO Wholesale Cigars 116 BROADWAY, FARQO FERRIS, QRADY & REINEKE (Incorporated) WHOLBSALB CIGARS •$ The Perry-Tyner Co. Wholesale Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Poultry, Game and Provisions. Consignments Solicited. Cold Storage. Fargo, N. D. Everhart Candy Co. I argest Pure Food Candy Faotory in the West Chocolates, Bonbons, Bulk Goods MADE IN FARGO. Hanson & Wall Wholesale Ice Cream Manufacturers Ousrwitee shipments 200 Miles PVS9| N. p. i mmmmmmrnrnk 1 V .'4' v»- r- raised on his farm in western Ward county Syvcr Johnson, one of the farmer excursionists, brought to the A. C. a splendid looking bundle of flax plants which were in blossom with the boles almost ready to form. WILL CONFER DEGREES. Master Mason's Degree to Be Given Ten Candidates. tyitll til due ceremony t&e Ifaster Masons' degree will be conferred on a class of ten candidates by Shiloh lodge A. P. & A. M. of this city next Friday (evening. Arrangements have been made for a very complete cere monial exemplification. The work wil open at 4:30 p. m. and a banquet will be served at 6:30. The work of the degree will be exemplified in the au ditorium. Special music will be f.ir nished for the occasion by the temple orchestra and* the Masonic quartette under the direction of Alonzo O Ru pert, and it is expected tiiat a large number oi Masons from different i arts of the state who were unable to at tend the rind lod'te session anl sec the work *xenv it a at that time ill be present Friday. e- CO. WHOLESALE UROCUKS "Diamond Sheaf Brand" Canned Ooods—"Royal Banner" Clears. •ti.il «^p§#£| FAROO MILL COMPANY Manufacturers of High Grade Dakota FLOUR "PRIDE OF DAKOTA" the Best Counters. $. REPUBLICAN, ESTABLISHED SEPT. 8, 1878. FARGO, NOBTH DAKOTA, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 14.. 1906 -S FARGO MANUFACTUINQ CO. OENERAI. WOOD WORKERS BOWERS BROS Proprietors. Sash anil Doors, Storiu Sash, Store Pronts, Screens, Hardwood Lumber, Flooring, *-Vater Tanks, Plate, Leaded and Window Ulass, Office Fixtures -$ Fargo Foundry Company Manufacturers Gasoline Engines General Foundry and Machine Work First St. and N. P. Ave., Fargo j- NORTH WEST FRUIT DISTRIBUTORS #, A.White, Manage#, representing SHIPPERS AND PACKERS Jft| a I Sections of the Pacific Northwest g—- N. D. Book and Stat onery Co. Wholesale Stationers Pspeterles, Wrapping Paper, Tablets, Office Supplies. Quick Service. Honest Prices. Washington, D. C., July 14.—Last bulletin gave forecasts of disturbance to cross continent July 15 to 19, warm wave July 14 to 18, coo! wave July 17 to 21. Next disturbance will reach Pacific coast about July 19, cross west of the Rockies country by close of July 20, great central valleys July 21 to 23, eastern states July 24. Warm wavo will cross west of rockleg country about July 19, great central valleys July 21, eastern states July 23. Cool wave will cross west of Rockies about July 22, great central valleys July 24, eastern states July 26. This disturbance will bring the most severe weather of the month and It will not be a good time for excursions on the water. About July 24, while the disturbance Is west of meridian 96, all weather causes will begin to increase in force and all weather features In intensity. Watch the reports for the location of the storm center about July 23 and 24, and if it Is in your vicinity about that time you would better look out for squalls. I expect the storm center at that time to be not far from meridian 90 and that dangerous storms may be expected in some parts of the Ohio valley or on the great lakes. This disturbance will bring the hot est weather of July not in all sections but east and southeast of the storm center's path. I expect the summer's heat to reach its apex while this dis turbance is crossing the continent. My calculations indicate that the heat will be greater in northern than in southern states, higher in Chicago tharuin Cincinnati, cooler in Texas than in the Dakotas. About and following July 14 the cool period will give way, temperatures will rise and less rain will fall. From July 14 to 22 the drouth sections will suf fer most and following July 22 show ers will become more general. Fol lowing July 14 the weather features will lo$e force and severe weather i& not expected again before uJly 20. Science Notes. The fact that all earthquakes of 1906 have occurred near the dates for which 1 had predicted severe weather is strong evidence that the cause of earthquakes Is electrical. Poster's meteorological astronomy, in seven volumes, is an entirely new ar- jyers, iiidlssalsrs and isnofacfurers i S- ~S antj g. —S BRISTOL & WfiET COMPANY Fargo, N. », Established 1881 The Pioneer Manufacturer* of the Northwest. HARNESS- COLLARS- SADDLERY. MONSON TRUNK FACTORY Trunks Direct From the factory to the liscr. MOM»ON PAYS TH£ FREIQHT Send tor New Catalogue. Meredith Drug Co. Wholesale Drugs Paints and Oils, Stationery and Druggists' tadrlN. V 'W* THE PORTE COMPANY Printing in Black «nd Colors Calendars and Souvenirs R*W Filing Cabinets and Office Systems 17 Eighth S'reet South. Fargo, N. D. A N A I Y E U I A N FOSTER'S FORECASTS (Copyrighted by W. V. W 1WH4 Bread KNERR'S CREAMERY Capacity 1,400 pounds a day Pays cash New York price for butter fat (express deducted). Koerr Block', N. P. Ave., Farge. O. 4* W. McHose. George A. Pardee. McHose & Pardoe MATTRESSES Woven Wire (Waitresses, Cots, CiilK, Iron Beds, Spring Bt-d: Steel Couches, Parinr Tables, HHiows, Feathers, Htc tu-tt6 N. P.Ave., Ness 1028. Fsr«e, N.O. -4 WALKER BROS. 8t HARDY New Walker Block, Fargo, N. O. OFFICE OUTFITTERS. PrintinK. Blenk B«KkH, Lexai Blanks, Office Sietluntry. Card index Systems, Nunibtfintr Machines, Wajid Waller Cop iers, Stt-cl Vault and OHice Fixtures, htc. E Y O N E E O PORTLAND CEMENT Centlnuous Air Space Building Blocks Sidewalks, Floors, Etc. $- The North Star Lumber Co. Forty-five yards in North Dakota and Minnesota General Lumber Dealers Cement, Lime, Plaster £_ Anchor Concrete Stone Co. Wholesale Manufacturers of f|HF. ANCHOR IIOINO BLOCK, SclentiSicallv conslructed Pnrtlind ce OMnt block with perfect sir ftpacr. Ca'l or write )or intorixation. Phone 55H-M. ChUson & Kicc, 101 Sixteenth Street N. Stone's Music House, Manufacturers, Importers, Publishers and Wholesalers. Bvetything Known in filiate j-~ t, i ,-f i*^ V v *5V "A ,W rangment of astronomical data and is one of the results of my 30 years' work. Similar relative positions of sun, earth, moon and major planets bring similar weather and these seven volumes are necessary in order to find these similar relative positions. When they are found the average of the weather records of coincident dates will suggest what the coming weather is to be. These works not for sale. My forecasts for nine months past have been placed in advance, in the hands of thirty-five American scient ists, including weather bureau pro fessors. Seven of these months aver age 70 per cent good by the published rules of verification and therefore, for those seven months, my forecasts have been practically perfect for all agrl cultural purposes. gXsXs A K O A U S I N E S S O E E E U I E CRANE & ORDWAY CO. PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES Iron Pipe and Valves, 1 I K E A N S I O I E ®®®CsX*X*X*X*)®(*)(sXs)® Killed by Lightning. Ml#ot Optic: Word was received in this city last evening of the i tli of Mrs. Wolker, killed by a lighlniiiK stroke. Mrs. Wolker, a lady of over fifty years of age, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. McCloud, living three and a half miles west of Lansford. The two ladies during the afternoon had occasion to go into the cellar in the performance of their household duties. While there the violent thun derstorm that struck Minot late in the afternoon, came up. During its progress a bolt of lightning came in through the open door upstairs and descended into the cellar striking Mrs. Wolker in its flight and injuring Mrs. McCloud. Mrs. Wolker died instant ly before her son-in-law and grand children could reach her side. Mrs. McCloud was rendered unconscious and did not regain her power until late in the evening. The rafters were badly charred and the path of tike bolt can be plainly traced. The O. W. Kerr Co., have two lota on Broadway for sale at a bargain. Brass Valves $— and Pitting*. Shipments from Fargo save time aad freight. Fargo, N. D. NORTH DAKOTA METAL CULVERT CO. Manufacturers of Metal Corrugated Culverts, Water Cea* duits, W« II Curbing and Storm ^wcrs. FARUO. NORTH DAKOTA. $- NlCliOLS & StIEPARD CO. TltRESHINO MACHINBKY Single and Double Cylinder, Direct Flse Traction Engine. Red ttlver Special Seoarnter. DEALERS AND FARMERS Should see the Monitor Double Disc Drill, which took the rst Pri/.e at the Transissippl Fxpoaitio* «4 »i. Louis, bcfoie puichasing Monitor Drill Co. C-rner FrviU and Hli Sts., Farge, N.-O, —e E U E O High Grade Simple and Double Cylinder Engines. The only original return flue typ4 Boi'er. drain Separator s, Self* Feeders, blowers, etc. Thresher Supp ies of All Descriptions. Buffalo Pitts Engines Thresher* "$ THE FARGO BOTTLING WORKS COMPANY "Melt Cream" imTBRNATlONAL HARVESTER CO. OF AMERICA, [Incorporated.] Qraln Binders, Headers, Header-Binder*,ReS£. ers, Monem, Cora Binder*, shelters, Hu»krr* and Shredders, Hinjr Make*. Stackers, I seders, Tedder*, Presses, Wntrons, ihisoWna lingtnes, Spreaders, Harrows, uKUators. s 4 AND NEEDED TREATMENT. So Is Yours! Away With Oragt and Knifei Magnepractic as admin istered by Dr. Cavanagh re moves the pressure from the pinched nerves of the spine, which is the cause of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Diabetes, Nerv ousness, Paralysis, In somnia, Poor circulation* Diseases of the Eye, Ear and Throat, Nasal Cat* arrh. Open Sores, Bron* chilis, Kidney, Liver. Stomach, Bladder ana Bowel Trouble. These are the results of contracted muscles and liga ments of the spine, causing luxation and impingement of the nerves as they leave the spine. 11—r "V MerchantsT ransfer & Storage Co (Incorporated) Manufacturers' Agents and Dealers AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Fargo, D. B. Durgin engineered an excur sion from Rochester, N. Y„ to North Dakota. Mr. CMcveland returned, without his approval, the bill granting right of way to the Manitoba road through Indian reservations in the northern part of Montana. After nearly an all night session Colonel Yerkes .secured the passage of the ordinance granting the Northern Chicago Street Railway Co. the use of the La Salle street tunnel at a rental of $20,000 per year. At a meeting of the city council a protest was received against vags be ing sent to work on the streets, claim ing that it was competition with hon est labor. In district court William H. Cobb was admitted to practice in the courts of the territory on motion of C. A. Pollock. July 9.—A large moose was seen on several farms, just north of Grand Forks, and it was supposed to have come from the Red lake woods. Among the visitors in Fargo was Frank D. Hall, who was connected with The Times at Geneva, O., and was spending a few weeks with W. P. Mc Kin.stry. Hon. Ignatius Donnelly spoke at the operahousei In Moohead to tikft fa*ra» ers' alliance. July 10.—The Minneapolis postofflce was robbed of over $20,000 in stamps and money. Grover Cleveland vetoed the bljl to erect a public building in Duluth. In the case of A. W. Edwards vs. the Fargo Southern Railway a verdict was brought In for the plaintiff' for $4,978.85 for ills compensation as sec retary, etc. Mrs. Stanley Huntley went east, after spending several dttjr• with friends In Fargo. July 12.—Dr. Collins was announced as a territorial candidate for Grand Forks. Dap. Maratta was in Washington and It was believed that he would be con firmed as United States marshal, al though Abe Boynton was making quite a fight upon him. There was great ex^itemenl? over baseball In Chicago and 18.000 were said to have attended a game between Chicago and Detroit clubs, which was won "by the former by a score of 3 to 1. July 13.—There was great excite ment around Sanborn over the arrival of an immense cloud of grasshoppers. The department of state at Wash ington received a bill from Jean Louis Legare for $13,412 for services render ed and money expended in bringing to 75"' *l i .* ,'1/ v THIS SPINE IS ANCHYLOSES Sometimes one portion of the spine is affected and sometimes at other. If it should happen to be the fifth dorsal vertebra, the stomac and liver would be affected if the eighth dorsal vertebra is luxated tl kidneys would be affected if the tentn dorsal, the action of the bowe would be impaired. is controlled by the sympa thetic nervous system and THE OBCiNIC SYSTEM the intervertebral ligaments the action of the entire nervous system b« comes impaired so the whole organic system becomes affected. Dr. Cavanagh, through his magnepractic treatment of the spin removes the contraction and luxation and gives freedom to the impinge nerves, thereby making a healthy systemic circulation and co-ordmatic a between body and mind. WHY USE POISONOUS DRUGS? Why allow yourself to be cut and slashed by the cruel knife when yoi diseased condition can be removed by gentle, mild, soothing treatment i the spine? Magnepractic methods will do it for you. Write to Dr. Cavanagh for information about his method*. Do it now. Don't wait until tomorrow. That may be too late. Do it now. Fargo Sanitarium 1329 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. DR. J. E CAVANAGH. Director. NOTE.—The Sanitarium is fully and modernlr equipped—it Is more of a quiet home th*R a hospital— no fctncll of medicine pleasant, light rooms, porch, laws and trees. A eommo!f»*kn* of tbo best and very mwonah'e, Ju!y 8,*-rThe Atyua Press-broke down and it was neconsary to print that paper upon the press in The Republi can office, and before The Argus press was repaired, The Republican press went to pieces and it was three or four days before the same was re paired and meanwhile there was lots of trouble in getting out the two dally papers. TWENTY YEARS^ AGO u. i"4Vf£ i .... ^f v v 75" ... •, i TTfE PEOPLE'S PAPER FORTTM ERTABTJ8HEO NOV IT, 1991. 1 there is any contraction the United States and prosecuting the surrender of Sitting Bull. George Mlln appeared In Fargo as Othello and was warmly welcomed by a large audience. A large number of cltisens secured the abatement of taxes through the ac tion of the county commissioners. The Turtle club social on the lawn of Mrs. 15. C. Kddy was a decided suc cess and many were drawn to this entertainment in consequence of the novelty of the name, as well as the hospitality of the hostess. The Irish National Land league had a meeting at the optirataousc, 4mt it was silmly attended. July 14.—General I*eck of Brown county announced his candidacy for the position of territorial delegate. Af terwards General Peck moved to Tex as and Is reported to have made much money in land deals. Sterling S. Smith was named by President Cleveland as receiver of the Devils Lake landoffice and no one in Dakota could imagine who he could be. The drainage convention recently held at Crookston tendered the gen eral directorship of the topographical survey of the Red river valley to C. G. KlUott of Illinois and It was report ed that he had decided to accept the proposition. Major Manning, who had been with The Argus for some time, went to Rapid City and assumed a position on The Black Hills Times. The Yerxa Hose Co. decided to retire from active fire fighting, but would keep up their organization for special purposes and C. F. Hopkins was elect ed president, A. Regan secretary and J. F. Schoenlnger, treasurer. The old Canteny reslaurartt building was moved from the corner of Broad way and Northern Pacific avenue and the work of erecting the new Smith block was being pushed as rapidly as possible. v Feared a Storm. Orand FV»rks Press: Between 8:30 and 9 o'clock last evening Grand Forks people thought they were In for a little session with the elements, and some of the more timid persons are said to have taken to the cellars. Large clouds suddenly appeared In the northeast skies and swept rapidly through the sky directly towards the city. As they approached near they seemed to grow In size, and darker In color. In *ome manner they went high over Grand Forks, and while there was only a small breeze on the ground, the clouds could be seen whirling along at a rapid rate. Behind the black clouds there was & i wall of white clouds. This was sup posed to contain hall, and when the }'•, air suddenly became cooler from the wind coining from the direction of the approaching storm there was consld- vj erable apprehension. The first part $*•* of the storm went clear of the city, and was followed by a heavy rain, lasting fifteen or twenty minutes. Re- "x ports were received in the city this morning of a heavy wind striking the territory southwest of Orand Forks, but no serious damage was report •a. 4 v '.'''(i'' «.« -.7*"