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Jp S i •-v i '. "x V*'1 r: Real Estate. Stop—Why (Jo to Canada? TW yon can got free homesteads in tha beautiful "Guidon Valley?" Fifteen townships will bo open for filing on March Soil, black loam with clay subsoil, excellent water, climate very mild stock run nt large all winter. Railroad lands at $8 to S12..V) per hcis adjoining your homestead. Free fare, free livery and hotel bill to all purchasing one quarter of railroad lands adjoining homestead, which will be shown you free of ail cost except the filing fee. If you come soon you can gr»t your choice from sis to sixty miles on either side of main line of N. P. Railway, Free coal. Call upon or address GEORGE H. PURCHASE, BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA. FOR SALE. Six Rooms, full concrete basement, bath, electric lights, oak finish in first story, all maple floors down stairs an1 in bath room back-plastered, house Well built, almost finished, corner lot, 50x140 on Tenth street north $3,100. Six Rooms, full brick basement, furnace, bath, electric lights, oak fin ish in first story lot 50x140, house to be finished Aug. 1 $3,200, $700 cash, balance at 7 per cent. Six-Room House, bath, brick foun dation and 'cellar, maple floors, electric lights, house in fine condition, almost new corner lot, east and south front, nice lawn and trees $3,000, $1,200 cash, balance at 7 per cent. Seven-Room House, between tracks, west of Broadway, 'ess than 2 years old, cellar, gas, electric lights, hard wood floors, corner lot, 40x115 $3,000, $1,500 cash, balance at 7 per cent. Houses for Sale and Rent Money to Loan W. J. LANE Phone 807 Offices over First National Bank Improved Farm Snap FOR SALE—1032-acre Improved Farm, 16 miles north of New Salem, N. D. Description: 1 frame house, aumimer kitchen separate 1 barn 28x 60, 2nd barn 31x90, walls 8 ft., made of stone, dirt roof, good well with wind mill 125 acres In wheat, 32 acres oats, 12 acres flax, 20 acres summer fal lowed, 300 acres fenced 8 head of large work horses, 2 ponies, 2 colts, 54 bead of cattle, there are 18 milch cows in the 54 head 4 shares in Blue grass creamery, 1 header, 1 binder, 1 new mower, 1 hay loader, 1 disc har row, 1 sulky plow, 1 breaking plow, stubble plow 4 sets of good work har ness, 2 wagons, 1 cultivator, 1 har row, 1 double-seated spring wagon, 1 share in threshing machine, 4 head of large hogs, 8 pigs. The above is the best farm and stock in Mqrton coutity, N. D. My price is $25 per acre. For further information write or see, 40HN BLOODGOOD, New Salem,. N. Dak. Great Land Bargain FOR SALE—2,400 acres, situated in Dawson County, Mont., 2 miles south oUibMus. JJcs along the Beaver Creek Valley. This land Is well wat ered by the Beaver Creek and large springs. All this land Is fenced with cedar posts and 3 rows of barbed wire, and cross-fenced into 8 different fields and pastures. About 500 acres are in hay crops has some grain crops, 2 houses, log barns, small grove around the house. You can see the town of Wibaux by looking down the valley. My price is $8 per acre within ne^ct 80 days. For. further information write on see, JOHN BLOODGOOD, New Salem, N. Dak. v 4 THE COMFORTABLE WAT. PARUO. N. !»., JUNK 3, 1906. GOINO KA8T No. 2. Fergus Falls, Ht. Panl *2.50 pm 14. Wahpetou. Sioux City Bt. Pnul, l)uluth 8.00 rtin 13. Ht. Clood, St. Paul 8.30 tun 18. Wahpetou, 8t. Paul xlO.33 pm GOING WEST No. 9. Or. Frits. Minot Wpeg *5.05 am 129. Crookston, l)ul. Wpag 5.12 am 1. Oriental Limited, Butte, Spokane, Seat tle and roast points X&.&3 pm FAEGO-ANET.V Leaves 6.20 pm Arrives 10.25 am LARIMOBE—FABGO Arrive 11:90 a. at. Leaves 8:15 p. m." Daily. Others Dally Except Bond ay. Bleeping oar reservations, tickets and information from J. L. ROMAN N £. TIME CARD TRAINS. FAROO. WESTBOUND. i' No. 1. "North Const Limited" B:25 p. m. No. 8. Pacific Express 6:00 a. m. ••No, 7. Minnesota Local ... 5:35 p. in. £. 8. New Ooaat Train .. 7-jAO a. BASTBOUND. Ro. 2. "North Coast Limited** 7:10 a. m. No. 4. Twin City Express ... 11:10 P- m- •*No. fi. Mfnnesotn Local 9:25 a. o.8, Dak. & Man. Express .. 9:40 p. m. F. S. W. BRANCH. •Leaves 8i®5L*' 5?* •Returns 05 p.m. •Dally except Sunday. ••Via Bralnerd. All other trains daily. Tbroufch tickets to all points In the Japan. lntted States, Canada. Alaska. China and iu M. Cleland, O. P. A.« Bt. Panl, Minn. J. R. JOHNSON, Agent. fit. Paul and Duluth Sleeper# are run on Vraln 8. Forum Want Ads Get Results. i *vA-* J*.-1 Woodmen's Day Was Hie Gnat Attraction at the fM Dakota State fair Tuesday (Continued from Page Three) glnes and separator exhibit excites at tention and favorable comment. It was completed on the first day. The Rus sell & Co., Massailon, O., liave an en gine and separator the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. show a fif teen horse power simple engine climb ing an incline sixty feet rise to 100 feet an all steel separator boasted of as the only separator qf today, and attached to a large simple engine is a steam calliope with an expert at the keyboard—some people, asked if Ring ling's circus was on the fuir grounds. The Leader line of threshing machin ery was seen in motion Reeves & Co., Columbus, Ind., displayed simple and cross compound double cylinder engines and compound separators. Gaar Scott & Co., Buffalo Pitts Co., Colean Manu facturing Co. had great exhibits from their Fargo warehouses. The Geiser Manufacturing Co. showed en gines and separators and a steam plow rig. The Nichols & Shepard Co. had two outfits under full headway. The Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co. Showed their Perfection rigs. In addi tion to a compl«to display of engines and separators the Northwestern Thresher Co. supply the power for the fair association lighting plant from one of their engines and a flfty-one horsepower is attached to a steam plow rig. The Northwest Port Huron Co. has an attractive exhibit In charge of the local manager, Nic McKellar, and another one Is that of the Ault nian Taylor Co., of Mansfield, O. The Advance Thresher Co. WJIS dis tinguished by having a large canvass covered structure erected for their ex clusive use ao}d a spacious space was set aside as a rest or reception rqom liberally supplied with settees. In the structure and adjacent grounds were to be seen engines and separator rigs, a thirty-flve horsepower and a twenty two horsepower steam plow outfits, a shredder and a horsepower outfit. The Avery Manufacturing Co. and the Hu ber Manufacturing Co. just a little east of the main entrance to the ma chinery halt, had sample rigs In tno tion. FINE PORKERS. High Bred Swine Are Attracting the Attention of the Visitors. The pavilion in which the Bwlne were housed was the subject of praise from visitors and particularly exhib itors, the latter considering the ar rangement quite unique. It Is the far building just west of the cattle barns. Notwithstanding the large number of hogs housed in the building it has been erected on such perfect sanitary prin ciples that the atmosphere Is always remarkably fresh and pure, in fact all demands have been met for the showing of swine. Next year the lloors Will" bd cemented. The pens and gates are made of wire fencing. The center of the building Is high enough to allow space for visitors to see the judging. There are spacious open spacps in the roof arranged for the admittance of fresh air. The number ofi entries was gratifying to the sup erintendent, Hon. J. G. Brown. The pigs had over ?500 allotted to them for prize money. Thomas H. Canfleld, Lake Park, Minn., contributed liberally in York shires S. A. Moore of Fargo and C. 11. Schutt of Fairrnount were show ers in the Poland China class and Mr. White of Cogswell contributed a pen of Ave Duroc Jerseys. The agricultur al college has a combination exhibit of twenty-seven high bred porkers. THE RACE PltilliMH Interesting Events Being Pulled Off This Afternoon at the Fair v Grounds. Crowds. Of. people filled tjie. grand stattd and fitted the fence to witness the races, which began shortly after 1 jo. The track though a trifle loose, was in fairly good condition and the weather conditions were such as make for good racing. The appearance of (tic racers on the track was cheered 1.v the spectators and when the horses got away well In the first face in re sponse to the gong the excitement in creased. (ireat interest was manifested throughout and the excitement rose to fever heat during the many close con tests which were witnessed in the o.urse of the afternoon. Betting was lively.. The results up to press time 2:15 Pace and 2:10 Trot. 1 2 Baby XiOU .f 7 5 Geo. W. ........ .6 7 Ipswich lioy 3 2 Mixer .,16 Baby K. '1 Hat tie Wilkes 2 I larry W, 5 4 Time—First heat, 2:19& second heat, 2:20%. 2:30 Pace and 2:25 Trot. 12 Poll!© H. Jim Swift .... v,....... M........ 4 4 Crimson Kingr .......i 8 Idle Time .........i... 7 7 Frank M. ....................... 8 8 Delbert No Mistake 6 5 Delia Downey 1 1 Time—First heat, second heat, 2:24. FAIR NOTES. "Where can I get to a telephone?" This was the auestlon continually heard at the fair grounds yesterday afternoon and one which could not be answered satisfactorily. Every exhib itor was besieged by anxious ones de siring to communicate with someone in the city and falling to find any means. The Northwestern Telephone Co. had a large crew of men at work on i n TIIE FAflGO FOBUM AND DAILY ItEriTBLICAN, TUESDAY EYEKTSG, filVE A WANT AD. SOME THING TO DO FOR YOU Fargo Wants. Ten Words One Week Fifty Cents word after first Inser tion. Rates for Classified Advertising One-half cent a word per insertion after first insertion 25 cents for first insertion of any ad up to 25 words— then one cent a word. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—A man dish carrier at the Webster hotel. N WANTED— Kne rgetic, trustworthy man to work in N. Dak., representing largo manufacturing company. Salary $40 to $90 per month, paid weekly ex penses advanced. Address with stamps J. H. Moore, Fargo, N. D. WANTED— Four good men tc canvass North Dakota for the best selling line of goods in the state. Quick sales, big money. None but hustlers need ap ply. Address N. B. Twogood, box 602, Fargo, N. D. PRINTER WANTED—An all around ui for country office, competent to do job work and run presses. No boozp tighter need apply. AVrite, stat ing wages required, to The Courier, t^oopcrstown, N. D. Permanent sit. to good man. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Laundry girl, Dixon laun dry. WANTED—Girl for general housework. Good wages. Apply Plrie's cafe. WANTED—Intelligent young lady. Good chance to learn nursing. Dar row hospital, Moorhead. WANTED—Girls and cooks good po sitions. W. A. Ristvedt, employment agent, Savings & Loan building, phone 1388. WANTED AT ONCE—A girl to cook and do light housekeeping. Small family. Enquire 1022 First avenue north. WANTED—Lady to assist In care Qf Invalid lady. Must be strong and of a kind, quiet disposition no house work. Address H, care Forum. WANTED—-Girls or young ladies at once, to sell tickets at the fair. Ex perience unnecessary good wages. Address 21-B, care Forum office. WANTED—Cook, male or female, at dormitory of the state normal school at Valley City, or could use man and wife. Phone Geo. A. McFarland, pres ident. POSITIONS WANTED. Male. WANTED—Position in general mer chandise store. Speak German, good referenced. Address "German," care Forum. WANTED—By experienced man, posi tion in general store. Speaks Ger man. Good references. Address Ger man, care Forum. PRINTER WANTED. PRINTER^ANTED—Good all around printer at once. Must be rapid and neat in job composition and under stand press work. State wages and full information In first letter. Address Independent, Garrison. N. D. the grounds and Manager Hudson was putting in a strenuous day doing his best to satisfy the demands of all those who wanted a phone at once but in spite of his efforts It was even ing before then were myny phones in good working order. The bigness and completeness of the fair was the subject of much surprised comment on the part of the visitors yesterday. "It Is worse than Rlngllng's circus," said one man. "There's so much going on all the time that it is impossible to take it all In." "This Is the best arranged state fair I have ever seen," said another sightseer who has visited a number of the same character. For the benefit of those who may wish to occupy the grand stand dur ing a portion of the day President Scott of the state fair association an nounced that the following plan has been adopted. During the morning hours and up to noon admission to the stand will be 25 cents. At noon the stand will bfe cleared and tickets good until the close of the afternoon races will be sold at 50 cents each. After the races the stand will be cleared and tickets will be sold for the evening at 50 cents each. These prices do not include seats In the boxes. Although the state fair so far sur passes all expectations as to make any criticism seem unnecessary there are one or two little defects which will doubtless be remedied before long. One crying need Is for a good first class restaurant or eating house. There are numerotis lunch counters on the grounds where coffee, sand wiches and the like can be obtained but these hardly satisfy the sight seer who works up a good appetite by a long tramp about the exhibit buildings and stock barns and there is no place where one can sit down In comfort and enjoy a meal. This is particularly Inconvenient for the lady visitors who naturally dislike to stand up and eat at lunch counters. Another need is a few more attendants at the different' booths who are versed in what the booths contain and can ex plain the special objects of interest to visitors. The first hour the grounds are open is an Interesting one, the debris of the previous* day is being cleaned up, and everything put In shape for another day. The horses are on the track be ing exercised and it Is interesting to watch some of the runners. Many is the pointer the sport receives on what i Fargo Wants. Rates for Classified Advertising: Ono-half cent a word per Insertion after first Insertion 25 cents for first insertion of any ad up to 26 words— then one cent a word. ROOM AND BOARD OFFERED. ROOM and board. 126 Ninth street south. ROOM and board to be obtained at Mrs. F. A. Paige, 321 Tenth street south. FOR RENT. Rooms Furnished. S. S. FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms, for li^ht housekeeping 1414 Fifth avenue south. FOR RENT. Rooms Unfurnished. N. 8. FOIt RENT—Throe unfurnished rooms In Henderson block, singly or for light housekeeping. Apply room 12. FOR RENT. Houses, N. S. FOR RENT—Good five-room hoUse, 8rl Fourth avenue north. FOR RENT. Offices. FOR RENT—Office rooms, Morris block, Front street. Phone 672-L. FINE, high and dry front basement, with vault, suitable for offices. Walker Bros. & Hardy. FOR SALE OR RENT. FOR SALE OR RENT—7-room mod ern house, nearly new reasonable if taken at once. Address Box 153, Fargy, will be the result of the races. Every one Is preparing for the busy hours to tome, and it is really the best time to actlS|M'v Everybody is most enthusiastic over the grounds and their arrangement, and are surprised that the officers have secured so much progress this season. Secretary Wilson and President Scott are constantly In demand, but keep their usual courteous manner all the time. The dancing platform proved a suc cess! It Is in front of the grand stand, and the cement floor is covered with a canvas, and many of Fargo's first citizens enjoyed the fine music and the good floor last evening. The grand march was led by President Scott of the state fair association. The 1,500 chairs for the grand stand arrived this morning, and work com menced at once to place them in po sition. This will make the grand stand much more comfortable. The management sent word to the manu facturers that unless they were here this morning they would not be ac cepted. An interesting incident In connec tion with the Woodmen's Day exercis es was the discovery made by Gover nor Sarles and Supreme Lecturer Whalen that they had been playmates together In childhood, both having re sided in the little Wisconsin town of Mazomanla between the years of 1866 and 1861). Governor Sarles had intended to go to Lake Melissa today where Mrs. Sarles has preceded him and Is fitting up the summer cottage but decided to remain over Woodmen's Day. He has now decided to remain here until the last of the week in order to take in the fair thoroughly and see all that is going on. It's a great sight to see t»ou Mer chant run that 15 horse J. I. Case en gine up the steep incline—which exhi bition is on every hour. The callope tells you where and when the ma chine starts up. It's no fake either. The incline is twenty-feet long and raises twelve feet In that distance, malting a grade of about 60 per cent. Lou handles the engine about the same as the ordinary engineer runs along the ground. Joseph & Pinkhus have a fur dis play at the fair which is commented on freely as one of the most beautiful and attractively neat on the grounds. Luger Furniture Co.'s display at the grounds includes an interior piano player, which while in operation holds the crowds and keeps the attendants busy. President Watkins of the Dakota Business College has shown much en terprise in the magnitude and attrac tiveness of his booth at the fair. The ladles of the W. R. C. are among those who serve lunches at the fair, their tent being to the rear of the right twin building as one enters the grounds from Broadway. They are keeping up their reputation for v JFTA' 15 Ki Ten Words One Week Fifty Cents word after first inser tion. What is on exhibition, as (herefs no Crowd to dTstract one's at tention. Commissioner Gilbreath secured a piano and an expert musician and ad ded io the attractions of fiis display. Oncq the people view the exhibit they are ipre to bring their friends to see it with them. Mrs. El wood lost a pocketbook Mon day evening, having in it return tick ets to Arthur, and her name on the certificates. Finder will please re turn to Forum office at once. The agricultural exhibit made by Commissioner Gilbreath is a good evi dence of what the farmers of this state produce. It Is the same dis play as was shown at St. Louis and Portland, and has already been the mear^s of bringing a great many peo ple to the state. It is presented in a most attractive form. 21, '1000. word after first Inser tk»d. i V i Rates for Classified Advertising: One-half cent a word per Insertion after first insertion 25 cents for first insertion of any ad up to 26 words then one cent a word. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Second hand safe, apply Hatcher Brothers Corporation. FOR SALE—( ne Iron safe, nearly new. Enquire at "Savings & Loan." FOR SALE —Nice clean. Whole pajK*rs, cents per hundred at Forum office. FOR SALE—'Thoroughbred Poland China pigs. Oliver Frost, Harvey, N. D. FOR SALE—Driving or saddVe pony cheap. Enquire 1518 Seventh avenue south. FOR SALE—A baby cab for twins. Only if taken just as it is. Apply at 1013 Ninth street south. FOR SALE—Mare, 4 years old, city broke ind gentle. Mrs. McNeilly, 53 South Terrace, Oak Grove. FOR SALE— )ne Densmore typewriter no. 5 and canwing case. In good condition. Address box 584, Fargo. IF you don't find the house or room here to suit you, advertise for it. Hundreds of people are watching this column for your ad. FOR SALE—Ten good work horses, weighing between 1,200 and 1,500. Henry Hagenuister, four miles west of Argusviile, N. D. FOR SALE —Cass county maps, show ing names of owners of every quar ter section. By express, $1.75 for pa per, $3.25 for cloth backs. FOR SALE—One combination sail and row boat in splendid condition. Sail and spars good as new. Enquire H. L. Loomls, Fargo or Detroit. CATTLE DOGS—For sale, two Eng lish collie pups, 4 months old nat ural heelers, well bred. Address 11. If. 1?., Forum office, Fargo, N. D. FOR SALE—At a bargain, 14 colored leaded glass windows, from the old Presbyterian church. Apply or ad dress P. T'fendick, 1016 Third avenue north. FOR SALE—A few of those celebrated sets of Forum dishes. $G pays for the set and The Dally Forum six months In advance—If your arrear ages are paid. LIVERY BARN FOR SALE— The Whipple big livery barn, Detroit, Minn., two stories and basement, op posite Hotel Minnesota. Tills is a splendid opportunity for anyone in Fargo or Moorhead who wishes to go Into business at Detroit. Address Whipple & Whipple, Detroit, Minn. FOR RENT OR LEASE. FOR RENT OR LEASE—Ijargc dining room and kitchen with eight bed rooms, and possibly more, to the right parties. All located In best residence district, ncjar center of city, doing good business. Address 172 Forum, Fargo. ^^FOR^ALE OR EXCHANGE. FOR SALE or exchange for farm lands, some of the best residences In Fargo on Eighth and Ninth streets south. Address or apply to The Farmers' Land Co., 612 Front street, Fargo, N. D. A LARGE CORPORATION is being formed to manufacture linens from northwestern flax and the advertiser invites cormnunieations from Individ uals or corporations who have Induce ments to offer as to location, etc. Ad dress Bonnet. 934 George St., Chicago. WE WILL BUY ALL KINDS of second hand clothes. Send postal, 314 Front, Fargo. BUSINESS CHANCE. FOR SALE—A good newspaper and plant In the western part of McHenry county. Runs large number of legals. Nets owner $100 per month. Good reasons for selling. Address A. M. Y., Forum, Fargo. FOR SALE—Furniture and lease ho tel in North Dakota, doing paying business In thriving town of 1,000 In habitants. Price $K50, half down, bal ance on easy terms. Sickness reason for selling. Address E, care Foruiri. FOR SALE—Only paper in good North Dakota town of 500 good equipment, doing good business established six years, fine opportunity for practical printer-editor, good reasons for sell ing. For particulars, prices, etc., ad dress Newspaper, care Forum. proper service and good things to eat. Observer Grasse furnishes The Fo rum office on the fair grounds with a daily report of the weather and the probabilities, so all visitors can see what the prospects are. It Is hoped he will keep the weather as good as it has been thus far. Manitoba and Alberta hare a fine display of grasses and grain on the ground, displayed in a tent, and a number of very enthusiastic men are in change to explain the great advan tages of the country to the north. Cogswell comes to the front with a magnificent display of grains of this year's growth, that are shown under the grandstand. It speaks well for Sargent county. The crowd is one of the best natured to be found on the grounds of any ex hibition. Occasionally things are not 4 IT NFMN'T BE THINti EASY, Farg'o Wants. Fargo Wants. Words Words a word after first inser tion. Week Week Fifty Cents Fifty CentsS Rates for Classified Advertising: One-half cent a word per Insertion af ter first Insertion 26 cents for first Insertion of any ad up to 25 words— then one cent a word. BULL TERRIERS FOR 8ALE. FOR SALE—Handsome, high class bull terrier pups for sale. Both sire and dam prize winners in leading shows. Pups pedigreed and eligible to registration. Grown stock. Fargo Kennels, Fargo, N. 1). ^BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE. WE BUY sell or exchange new and second hand furniture. Easy terms. M. Leviis, 416 Front street, Fargo. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—S. 8. 50x140 FOOt""LOT on Eighth avenue south. Water, sewer, cement walk and paved street $700. O. \V. Kerr 'o., Fargo. 50x150 FOOT LOT on Eighth avenue south. Water, sewer, cement walk, paved street and trees 1725. O. W. Kerr Co., Fargo. TWO 50x140 FOOT lots on Eighth ave nue south, five blocks from Fargo colleges Water, sewer, cement walk, paved street and trees. Fine residence property $1,450. O. W. Kerr Co., Far gr». REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—N. S. LOT near A. C. on car line, $250. O. W. Kerr Co. FOR SALE—Three fine lots on Thir teenth street north, 50x140, high and dry. A bargain if taken soon room 7 Fargo National Bank block. TWO HOUSES on Twelfth street north, seven rooms each, woodshed, cistern, cellar and good walks. Corn er house and lot $2,100 adjoining house and lot $2,000. Easy terms. REAL ESTATE. WANTED--Parties who want to buy, and parties who want to sell Fargo 'city property, to call upon us. O. W. 'Kerr "o. IF YOUR BUSINES3 OR LAND Is for sale or trade write me about It. I have more buyers than good properties listed for sale. Your's might suit. P. E. Johnson, General Broker, Bismarck, N. Dak. REAL ESTATE WANTED. ANYONE having good farm for sale at reasonable price, within 200 miles of Fargo, please write price and de scription. Owners only need answer. W. C. Cunningham, Andrus Bldg., MiiiiK-iip.iIis, Minn. HOUSEKEEPERS' HEADQUARTERS BUY, SELL AND^EXC^NGE^N^ and second hand furniture and stoves. Hartsteln, 402 Front street phone 181. FOR SALE. Household Goods. FOR SALE—Furniture of rooming house. Enquire 716 First avenue north. FOR RALE—A small sideboard and china closet, for sale. Inquire at 122 Roberts street. NEW and second hand furniture. In stallment plan. Fargo Auction store. 510 First avenue north. WANTED— Photographs of North Da kota views -hunting, landscape, public buildings, etc.. for use on souve nir post cards, amateur or professional views. Liberal payment for all pic tures accepted. The Porte Company, Fargo. CALENDARS AND SOUVENIRS. SOU VENI RS~A ND^^ENDXR All kinds, largest line of post cards in the west. Write for samples and low prices. We are manufacturers. The Porte r,,„ Fargo, N. D. WANTED TO BUY. WANTED TO BUY—Some lots on North Broadway. O. W. Kerr Com pany. WANTED TO BUY—All kinds of men's second hand clothing. Send a postal card to J. J., 224 Front street, Fargo, N. D. REAL ESTATE —We have a customer for some North Broadway lots. It Is not necessary that th*y be located within the city limits. Communicate with us at once, If you have any to sell. O. W. Kerr Company. LOST. LOST—I'ackage containing 80 "Stork" souvenir postal cards. Please noti fy Children's Home and oblige. LOST—In or near Mapleton, on Sat urday, July 21, a pocketbook Con taining $6X. Reward for return to H/ Lindsay, Mapleton, N. D. LETTERS. FOUN D—Umbrella with initials cutS in handle. Call 1006 First avenues south, W. F. Taylor. TYPEWRITTEN CIRCULAR LET., TERS— p« rte's Process Brings largest returns for the investment o(t any method of advertising. The Portf£ Company, Fargo. i' i '4#'. just as they might be wished, bufc everybody is Inclined to overlook thts' temporary inconvenience and rrJnk#* the best of the situation, ft takes t!nt% to straighten everything out. k -.4. .. .v. .. v.