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And then, little by little, it vanishes as a result of a few experiences, the steadfast opinions of those who oppose it from the first and from the love of change that leads the majority of Vromen to try some i n w v v Call for Bids. To Whom It May Concern: A. call is here made for bids or plans and specifications for the school of for estry building at Bottineau. North Da kota. These bids to be submitted to the trustees at their meeting at Bottineau, N. D., on April 17,1907. The plans are for a building to cost not more than $25,000.00, and to inelude heating plant, light and water system. The building to be constructed of pressed or other ornamental brick and to be finished and fitted with the best material. Any and all bids so submitted to the board may be rejected if the plans are not suitable and satisfactory in every par ticular and to the satisfaction of tin bo&Fcl* Dated at Bottineau, IX^hto 18th day of March, 1907, Board of Trustees of the School of Forestry. By David Clark, Chairman. (Mareh 16-23-30 April 6-13.) Summons. of North Dakota, county Cass—ss. In District Court, Third Ju dicial District. Emll R. Kruger. plaintiff, vs. Jos ephine O. Lamb, John A. Rowe, Wm. Rowe, Nancy B. Warren, Dolly F. H. Dunavan, Mary E. Warren, Emma P. Beebe, Robert W. Beebe, Clarence J. Beebe, W. M. Beebe and W. M. Beeb. as guardian for Emma F. Beebe, Rob ert W. Beebe and Clarence J. Beebe, minors, defendants—Summons. The state of North Dakota to the atMve named defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, which has been filed in the office of the clerk of the district court within and for th county of Cass, in the Third judicial district of the state of North.Dakota and to serve a copy of your answei upon the subscribers .within thirty days after the serwice of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service and in case of your failure to appeal or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the.feH*'* demanded in the complaint Uated this 5th day of April, A. P. 1907. .PIERCE & TENNESON, Attorneys tor Plaintiff, FargcyNertt* Dakota. V (Aju il 6, 13, 20, 27 May-4, 11.) I 1 A 0 TBE s and Chron'c Disease Spsclalist ^ssqn in J^18E& SUNDAY school 8ECONO QUARTEBi INTER NATIONAL SERIES, APRIL 14. I,eaaon, Gen. xxxli, 9«U 22-30—Memory Veriei, 26-28—Gold Text, Lnk« x, 20—Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. N. Stearns. [Copyright, 1907, by American Press Association.! Twenty years have passed since tht events of last lesson when Jacob left his home In search of a wife. Four teen years he served Laban for his two daughters, and six years he served for the cattle he now possessed. By day and by night, In drought and iii frost, he served (xxxl, 38-42). God watched over him, as He had said He would, and increased him exceedingly and suffered not Laban to hurt him or to speak evil to him (xxx, 43 xxxi, 7. 24, 29). The story of his finding Rachei by a well and his welcome to Laban' home, bringing tidings of his mother who left that home forty years before, Is most fascinating. We are reminded of Ellezer finding Rebekah at a well, and also of the well stories in connec tion with Hagar, and the wells of the oath, and of him that liveth aud seeth me, by which Abraham and Isaac dwelt (Gen. xvi, 14 xxi, 19, 31 xxiv, 11-67 xxv, 11). We cannot but think also of the well by which Moses found Zipporah (Ex. 11, 15-21), and then of our Lord Jesus at Jacob's well (John iv), and the well of which He spake which would be in the believer, carrying us back again to Isa. xii and Jer. 11, 13. So the unity of Scripture grows upon us, and everywhere we see God. At the final parting of Laban and Jacob we have the heap of witness, most familiarly known as Miepab, by which each called God to witness that neither would ever pass that heap of stones to do the other harm (chapter xxxi, 43-56), which is not quite the thought now associated with the word Mizpah." How near heaven seems to be as we read the angel stories of the Bible! And this story of the angels of God meeting Jacob and the two hosts, the heavenly and the earthly, makes me believe that I never speak to a con gregation upon whose faces I look but that there is also present a company of Intensely interested angels whom I cannot see (I Pet. 1-12 Eph. iii, 10). The weakness of Jacob notwith standing all God's care of him is seen In his fear and distress when he heard that Esau was coming to meet him (verse 7), but in him do we not see ourselves and our own unbelief? His prayer in verses 9-12 sounds all right. He takes the place of humility and unworthiness, acknowledges God's faithfulness and pleads His promises. Having committed the whole matter to God, he then did what seemed wise to him in the matter of proving his faith by his works, somewhat like Ne hemlah, who said, "We made our prayer unto our God and set a watch against them day and night" (Neh. iv, 9). Ezra would not accept a visible escort when he went up to Jerusalem, but Nehemiah did, yet both relied up on the Lord. We must each give ac count of himself to God and be care ful not to judge others unless it is clearly a case of wrongdoing, as when Rebekah by deoelt and lying sought to accomplish what God had said that He would do. I do not say that there was not a large piece of Jacob tn all this plan to appease his brother, and I do believe that we must come to the end of ourselves !f we would see God working as He destres to. All our wis dom must be swallowed up (Ps. evil, 27, margin), and the rest of our lesson makes that plain. It might be en titled "God's way of blessing" or "God breaking Jacob down" or "helplessness clinging to all power." Jacob, having made all arrangements as seemed best to him, was left alone (verse 24). This Is essential—to be alone with God, to see no one save Jesus only. Then we read that a man wrestled with him till the breaking of the day, or, as in the margin, "the as cending of the morniixg." It is evident that Jacob resisted the man, or the angel, for he prevailed not over Jacob till he touched Jacob's tbigh and put it out of joint (25) then Jacob in con scious weakness clung to the mighty one till the blessing was obtained. Not by striving, agonizing, wrestling, but by clinging in our helplessness to Him who giveth power to the faint and to them who have no might (Isa. xl, 29), this Is the way of victory. In Jacob resisting till the morning there Is possibly a suggestion that man will never be thoroughly broken down till the morning of our Lord's return. It will certainly be true of Israel as a nation, for It is written, "God shall help her when the morning appeareth" (Ps. xlvi, 5, margin). In giving his name as Jacob, or supplanter (xxvli, 36), we have another suggestion as to the way of power. We must acknowledge that we are sinners and nothing but sin ners, having nothing to plead but our guilt and our need. Then, receiving Christ, we -at once get a new name saint or saved sinner or child of God— with the assurance that our names are written in heaven (John i, 12 Luke x, 20). We think of Abram's new name, Abraham, and Simon's new name, Peter, and the new name of Rev. il, 17. Jacob seeing God face to face and the result of it reminds us of Job xlii, 5,6 Isa. vi, 5 Dan. x, 7,8. All these were revelations of God through His Son, for only in Christ can we see the Fa ther (Matt, xl, 27 John !, 18 xlv, 9). Now, the secret is so continually to fee God and be dead to self that His pre vailing power shall be manifest in and through us. "Power with God and with men"—what a word that is. The pure in heart see God. I have seen the face of JWWS. i I" Tell me naught of aught I have heard the voice of Jesus* All toy sou! 1* satisfied. All Wv I n my soul Is satumeo. v" V i* 15 WHEEIOCK Qsneral Commissou Merchants Jobbers sn4 Wholesale Dealers dsn. Domestic and California FRUITS. TIM FARGO MERCANTILE CO. WHOLESALE QROCBRS "Diamond Sheaf Brand" Canned desdi—"Royal Banner" Clgarf. 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It was a for a long run at the Astor theater, Kn'at night, for Rose Stahl. judging from the enthusiastic recep tion it is receiving every night. Miss Amy Sumers, the original Miss Boyn ton in "Brewster's ^Millions," returned to the cast last night in the Hudson SXe»v York roof ganjeti Into a summer theater, replacing -Eda STACY FRUIT COMPANY Lewis, Vidger, Loomls C4. WHOLESALE FRUITS COMMISSION MERCHANTS Fargo. ,We Have Just Purchased of an Eastern Estate 6,000 Acres Fine Level Land in Northwestern Kidder County, Immediately Adjoining Stutsman County Line. *KIaw & Erlanger's magnificent pre week of its run at the Academy Muak^tijki ItoSndagji night. t. After a sojouriv®f a week In Brook lyn, "The Road to Yesterday" return on Monday to "pursue the even tenc. of Its way" at the Lyric theatre, w A, Walter A.'~r Lawrence announces the final two weeks of "The. Three 'of Us" in the Madison Square theater. The run will end on April 27, with the 227th consecutive performance. "The Three of Us" is the only play that has been presented in the Madison Square this season, and it has had the lon®es): run of any play given there since the days of Hoyt's farces. Silver souvenirs In the form of al mond compotes were distributed Mon- LOCATION—From 10 to IS miles north of Tappen, on the N. P. R. R. A branch of the "Soo" has been surveyed across these lands. GENERAL DESCRIPTION—The lands lay generally level, with Just a slight roll. Every foot tillable. Free ffQfB stones. $oU Mack sandy loam. Fine water can be reached anywhere from 10 to 20 feet. EASY TERM5—Terms are $3 per acre down balance, five to seven equal annual installments. .. One crop of flax will pay for this land. Why go 200 miles further west and 30 to 40 miles from the railroad and pay more per acre than we ask? COME AND SEE what the Crops near these lands have been. Oats yielding 50 to 70 bus. per acre barley 30 to 40 bus. per acre wheat 20 to 30 bus. per acre, and flax 10 to 20 bus. per aevt. 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There have been many mu sical successes presented in New York during the past ten years, but never before one that scored such a remark able success from the musical stand point alone. There are eighteen mu sical features, and every one is a posi tive hit. In fact, there are so many really excellent numbers following in rapid succession, and they are all so enthusiastically applauded, each per formance becomes a sort of musical sensation. The score is certainly a treat to everyone who delights In light music. The book, too, is excellent and Interesting. It Js arranged in three acts. The'* first act, with its scene laid in Honolulu, Is substan s Jslisrs, Whslesabfs and laaufac! Supply the Sread- basket of the World "Sorrows are bearable—if have something il we to eat," and thus a good boarding house, always may play to be secured through a want ad., an important part ia W.JttcHoie. Oeorge A. Par doe. 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Rvop since its opening, the y five-story building that hoyses jt tytm been crowded with visitor* froafc out o o w n Thursday matinees are now a II*-' ture at the Belascp theater, wheri^ Miss Frances Starr in "The Rose of* the Rancho" in still pluying to capfi. city, tinder Mr. Belasco's guidance she has scored the artistic triumph S or the year. 7 CRANE ft ORDWAY CO. FAROO,NORTH DAKOTA. MerchantsT ransfer& Storage Co (incorporated) Manufacturers' Agents and Dealers la* AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Your wife may not be "liter ary," but if she can write an at tractive "Furnished Rooms to Rent" advertisement her work will yield direct money returns—and poetry will not always do that. DEALERS AND FARMERS Should see the M"nito* Double Disc Drill, which took the F-rst Prize at the Trans-Mississippi t:xposition at Of*' Louis, before purchasing Monitor Drill Co. Corner Front and'4th Sts.. Par go. N. D- "A place for everything and everything in Ita place." 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