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W S W gfSrc t."» .S v». a 4 a: 7 n •V* 1 Real Estate Stop—Why Go to Canada? \J%7hen yon can get froti homestead8 in the beantlfiil •'Golden Valleyi'' Fiftwm a MBR ps he open for filing on March 20, Soil, black loam with clay subsoil, excellent water, climate T«rv mild stock n»n «t iar«» all Winter, Bail road lands at $8 to 812.50 p«r sere adjoining yonr homestead. Free fare, free livery and hotel bill to all purchasing one quarter of railroad lands adjoining homestead, which will be shown yon free of ail cost except the filing fee, If von oome soon you can got jronr choice from si* to sixty miles on either side of main line of N. P. Railway. Free coal, Call upon or address QEOROE H. PURCHASER BBACH. NORTH DAKOTA. Land Land I have a snap in 640 acres choice land on main line N. P. Railroad only 2 miles from Cleveland and miles from Windsor, Stutsman county, N. Dakota. Meadow will cut 80 tons of hay, and there is a fine spring of water upon same, A No. 1 soil. This section can all be broken with steam plows. Easy terms to gcod party. W rite at once to Frank L. Kellogg Cleveland, N. D. FOR SALE One quarter section of land, situated in S. E. Sec. 1, T. 159, R. 62, in Cavalier County, N. D. Good build ings and an excellent well of soft water, with 90 acres under good cul tivation, For further information ad dress, M. C. DILLON, Trenton, N. D. Trains Daily FROM ST. PAUL ANO MINNEAPOLIS FOR Wwaefcie, ami aN I—ten •ltd Southern Points. ?-y -VIA-- •1 Wisconsin Central Railway For Xm V u Norot Tfekct Aprsf. at V?lts JAS. C. POND, G. P# A* Milwaukee, Wit. r**o*r* mSHiNCiTQN D.C., 900 Rooms With All Model* Improvements THE LARGEST ABD BEST KEPT HOUSE IN WASHINGTON FOR PRICES CHARGED CENTRAL IN ITS LOCATION. Convenient to all lines of Street Cars, Churches, Public Buildings and Points of Interest. J* J® J*. J* Steam Heat and Electric light through* out the Entire House. Jl J* J0' RATEJi American Plan, $2.50 per day. to $4 00 European Plan, 91.00 per day and upward. GEO. P. SHUTT, Mai»rcf. imifiiii *%$ 60 YEARS* EXPERIENCE PATENTS I RAC r. IVTAme Designs Copvr:gwts AC. k ifone sending ». »ket( & and description a* ertatn -v. ulcn free whether Invent fon laprofeab'v tlor« i"r tlyconfldo"?"i! sentffoe old? nest aw:: fc£a Patent* tai (pwis( notice, with Afet' m~\ W: on Patent* r«np nV-RaU. & 0, *n|v« Scientific Jfmerkaii. 1 'T'iIi*1 v •4 'in'tst clr- enlauoii acientltic l-iorual. TerjjiS, $3 a i-ii.r ii,i ii' t,t»ws1t»fc!erR, i o N e w Offl fork », Y 8U Wss&li.*nm.W.C. '"i¥. A I O A N O E S N. P. DOUBLE TRACK. II I* Now in Use Between CiiMltoft and Mapleton. The aeetlon of the double track from Mapleton to Casselton has been turned over to the operating department of the Northern Pacific and is now being used by the numerous trains on the Dakota division. It is expected that the other part of the line from Maple ton to Haggart will be finished about the latter part of this month, and this will then make a double track from Fargo to Casselton, which will be ex tended west as rapidly as possible. The present strip helps «ut greatly with the congested traffic. Housekeepers' Day. Buy your daily wants Friday, L. Moody's. New Market for Grftin. Granville Record: Miss Mary J. Baker, a typical North Dakota woman with the customary push and energy so characteristic of the feminine sex in this state, has a plan whereby she thinks she can secure for the farm ers of this section of the country a better price for their grain and at the same time clean up a little of the cir culating medium herself. Her idea is based on the belief that Minneapolis and Duluth are not pay ing .enough for wheat and other grains. She would buy the grain from the Granville elevators and ship it di rect to Chicago and claims to have made arrangements with the blfc grain firm of Rosenbalm Bros, to handle he.* twasignme^ts Hsake^tteo* usual ad vances of cash with which to handle the business. Miss Baker was en gaged yesterday in interviewing the Granville grain houses about the proposition. The local, grain buyers do not think the plan a feasible one and do not seem inclined to pay much attention to the lady's proposition. Miss Baker has a homestead a few milef %orth of Granville. Killed a Bear. Milton Globe: Probably the first bear shot In Cavalier county for years past was killed Friday evening by George Hjelmstad on his farm about six miles north of Milton. The ani mal, which was brought into town the following morning, was a mon ster In siae, his weight being variously estimated from 3n* to 400 pounds. Mr. Hjelmstad was returning home from the field in the evening with his team when he perceived Mr. Bruin come out of the edge of the timber and out into the field. He has tily took the team home and should ering a rifle started out to look for the brute, again locating him in the Meld. Two well directed shots laid Not i an Intelligence "Bureaifii*^ Jacob Riis, the sociologist, In an ad dress to a workingmen's club, praised generosity. "I see a handful of children here," said. "May they grow up generous. May none of them grow up into such a man as an old banker whom I know. *,» i V A' yw '. i & '•v-^*' V* ,^"4-' ,'-•- '"vi^•^. -.'•••• at'.A. dreamery Butter Prise. Cando Herald: Secretary Judd re ceived notice this week from Secre tary Wilson of the State Fair associa tion at Fargo, advising him that the sample of butter from the Cando Creamery won first prise, and enclosed a check for the award. It was also awarded a ribbon which will be for warded later. At the close of the fair the butter was sold and brought the highest market price. This is certainly a nice compliment to an in stitution that is barely over a year old and should encourage a more lib eral patronage than the creamery has been receiving this season. Since the establishment of the creamery here last July the price of butter has ranged from 26 )to 80 cents per pound and nearly all the product has found ready sale over the counters at the local stores. Should the farmers fail to support it, as they should, and the institution has to close its doors, we may reasonably expect that a big falling off in the price will be no ticed as a large percentage of the butter market here will be of ^uch a quality that it will have to be sold to eastern gutter doctors for chemi cal treatment or consigned to axle grease. The Cando Creamery is espe cially fitted with every modern con venience for making good butter, without which the farmer's wife, no matter how expert in the art, finds herself sadly in need. his bearship out after a short death Portland Ore., is of interest in con^ ^fuggie. I 4 Bears are considered extinct in "He is a millionaire banker, and he hard as steel and as cold as ice. day his twenty-fifth year of service. ^mone For twenty-five years this honest man had worked for the banker faithfully. He and his chief were both poor at the beginning, but where In the quar ter century the banker has accumu lated millions, the faithful, middle aged bookkeeper has only accumulated a few hundreds. keeper, simply." Fargo Wants. 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—Boy—Good position, good wages. J. H. Stewart. WANTED—Teamster, good wages steady man. Maglll & Co. WANTED—Chore boy for farm. Must understand milking and care of stock. Phone 1168, or write Edgeweod farm, Fargo. WANTED—A flrst-class man for night clerk by Sept. 15, 1906 must have good recommendations. Merchants ho tel, Wahpeton, N. D. WANTED—Man to run elevating grader, one who has had experience. Address T. Twichell or L. L. Twichell, 610 Front street, Fargo. WANTED—Pharmacist in good live town, must be registered in North Dakota. Good salary to right party. Safford Drug Co., Grano, N. D# •v LEARN the barber trade and make money easy. Only short time re quired to learn. Illustrated catalogue free. Moler Barber College, Minnea polis. WANTED—Good druggist, registered in North Dakota, to manage stordk One who has had previous experience. Scandinavian preferred. Good salary to right man. Address Druggist, care Forum. WANTED—-An experienced clerk fon general store. Must be able to fur nish the best of references in regard to character and habits. One who speaks German preferred. Address Clerk, care Forum. ACTIVE MAN WANTED—To adver tise, exhibit good and manage branch of large mail order house. Sal ary $18 per week, expenses paid. Per manent position with advancement. Honesty more essential than experi ence. National Co. 720 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. HELP WANTED. Male and Female. BOY8 AN^D^IRLS^WAr^fEJD—At the Everhart Candy Factory. WANTED—Cook and chof* .boy for out-of-town hotel. Address B. Y., care Forum. POSITION WANTED. Female. EXPERIENCED bookkeeper has time to take care of another set of books. Apply* E., care of Forum. LADY bookkeeper and stenographer will be at liberty Sept. 1. Address 401 Ninth street north, Moorhead. ROOM AND BOARD WANTED. WANTED—Board and room in private family, by couple. Give location and terms. P. O. Box 185. WANTED—Board and room by widow with child. Mother working in office during day. Address, Widow, care Forum. WANTED—Board and room In private family by young man. Must be modern and south side preferred. Ad dress Board, care Forum. Knauf Endorsed. A letter received in this city from A. E. Clark, a prominent attorney of nect'OB these parts, although in the early days his letter Mr. Clark says: they were quite numerous in the coulies north of town. It is presumed that this one ventured out from his familiar haunts in the heavy timber along the Red river, as he has not been seen formerly in this locality. hi«hIy- l's with the Judiciary content. In "A day or two ago I learned that my friend, Hon. John Knauf, had been appointed justice of the supreme court of North Dakota, and the information was exceedingly pleasant to me. Dur ing the past two or three years, I came In contact to a considerable ex tent with Mr. Knauf in a business and professional way, during which time, he handled, for clients of mine, in an eminently satisfactory manner, extensive and intricate business matr ters, and I learned to esteem him a lawyer. both as a man and lives in a palace, but his heart is as,lnteJ£ity "One of his men completed the other I *a ^ccuP'es r®PUtation "ln the face of a disappointment so Ject any or all bids. bitter the poor fellow could say noth-1 Done by order of the board of ing. 'Well: asked the banker *Wh«t do you thlhk of ltT" 'It's just like you,' said the book- THE FARGO FORTJM AND EAILY REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY EVENING, sfPTEMBER », i90fl. i WHY DO YOU DEPEND ON A SiON OVER YOUR DOOR, OR IN YOUR WINDOW? W o s word W e e k to WANTED—Good strong boy, who is not afraid of work, to run errands and help with mail. Apply at Forum office. U4 repose great confidence in his and ab'U The J'*, .k supreme court of North Dako- a deservedly high P'^-ce the appelIate the appellate courts of the country and I am sure that Mr. Knauf will ably help to sustain the high of the court, 'Bids ..for Furnishing and Installing Lighting Plant. Bids will be received by the county His salary, you see,' commissioners of Cass county, North was only $25 a week. ^Dakota, for the furnishing and lnstall "He didn't think the banker would ing of apparatus including piping or remember the (twenty-fifth* (anniver- (wiring for a lighting plant of 100 lights sary of his engagement, but the old to be installed ready for use at the man did. That morning he handed county hospital of Cass county, the bookkeeper a sealed envelope. I Bids to be filed at the office of the "'George,' he said, 'to-day ends the county auditor not later than 12 o'clock twenty-fifth year of your work for me,'noon of October 2nd, and to be ac and you have worked steadily and companied by certified check for well. In this envelope Is a memento $100.00, as an evidence of good faith of the occasion.' jthat contract will be entered into "The bookkeeper opened the envel- should bid be accepted. ope, trembling and eager Within layj Each bidder to furnish hi* 0#n his employei's photograph. That was plans and specifications. The board reserves the right td re- county commissioners of Cass eounty this 4th day of September. 1906. Attest ARTHUR G. LEWIS, County Auditor. *Sept «, 18, 20, 27.) Fargo Wants. W o s W e e k Inser- y e n s Rates for Classified Advertising. One-half cent a word per Insertion after first insertion 25 cents for first insertion of any ad up to SS words then one cent a wor^ HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Chambermaid at Webster hotel. WANTED—Experienced saleslady Holderrnan's millinery. WANTED—Ladies to have their feet treated at 118 Broadway. WANTED—Competent girl to cook at Darrow hospital, Moorhead. WANTED—A scrub woman at Fargo col lege, enquire for the housekeeper. WANTED at once, a nurse girl. Mrs. J. A. Power, 221 Thirteenth street south. WANTED—Good girl for light house work, good wages 826 Third avenue south. WANTED—Good girl for general housework, two in family, 601 Ninth street south. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Mrs. M. J. Ryan, 354 Seventh avenue south. WANTED—A competent girl for gen eral housework. Apply 912 Fourth avenue south. WANTED—Intelligent young lady. Good chance to learn nursing. Dar row hospital, Moorhead. WANTEfr—Good girl for general housework. Small family, good wages. 715 Seventh street south. GOOD GIRL wanted for general house work, small family. Mrs. H. C. Wolfarth, 902 Ninth street south. WANTED—Competent girl for general housework wages $5 per week. Ap ply Morton & Co., or phone 392-M. WANTED—Girls and cooks good po sitions. W. A. Ristvedt, employment a|«nt, Savings & .Loan building, phone WANTED—A competent girl for housework, no washing wages $5 per week. Enquire at 121 Eighth street north. WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework, three In family, good wages. Apply at once,. Mrs. H. L. Blout, 214 Roberts street. WANTED—Fi rst-class laundry girl for shirt machine, best of wages paid. None but steady, reliable girl will be employed. Dixon Laundry, Fargo. WANTED—Dishwasher at |4.50 per week and girl for dining room and chamber maid at $5 sisters preferred, for hotel of 17 rooms. Kenwood hotel, Mrs. H. E. Cook, proprietor, Cathay, N. Dak. WANTED—Good girl to help with housework. Small family, small house, good wages, cook with gas, wash with machinery and Iron with electric iron. Mrs. W. R. Edwards, 923 Seventh street south. Phone 992-L. FOR RENT. Rooms Furnished, 8. 8. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms, modern. 361 Eighth avenue south. FOR RENT—Furnished front room, modern house. Also rooms for light housekeeping. Enquire 1011 First ave nue south. FOR RENT--Furnished rooms, modern, single or en suite. Splendid loca tion, Mrs. C. W. Haggart, 1114 Second avenue south. Phone 433-L. FOR RENT. u rn i shed Rooms, 8. 8. FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms, 15 per month. 714 Eleventh street south. FOR RENT. Rooms Furnished. N. 8. FOR RENT—Furnished room, 21 Thir teenth street north. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern house. Apply 702 Broadway. FOR RENT—furnished room, lady pre ferred. 1126 Fourth avenue north. FOR RENT—Choice furnished room in modern house, four blocks from postoffice. 102 Twelfth Street north. FOR RENT, 8TORE. FOR RENT—Large store building, with or without upstairs. Knquire at 600, care Forum. FOR RENT—Store building at Park River. N. D. E. B. Woodard, 602 Front street, Fargo. FOR RENT. Flats. FOR RENT—Desirable three-room flat, bath, continuous hot water and steam heat, suitable for batchelor apartments or gentleman and wife. Address C, care Forum. WANTED TO RENT. WANT ED TO REN T—By" man and wife, two or three modern unfurnish ed rooms for light housekeeping, cen trally located. Phone 493-L. POSITIONS WANTED. Male. WANTEtV—'Student wants place to work for board and room or room only. Will do any kind of work. Ad dress Box 56.. Fargo. WANTED-—Position In drug store, by Norwegian college graduate. Two years' experience as pharmacist. Speaks English. Norwegian and German. In quire of J. P. Hertsgaard, Kindred, N. D. /. WLIY WLIY Fargo Wants. Rates for Classified Advertising: One-half cent a word per Insertion after first Insertion 26 cents for first Insertion of any ad up to $5 words then one cent a word. FOR 8ALE. 8ECOND HAND safe for sale. to Walker Bros. & Hardy. at ELECTRICITY to remove warts, moles, whens, superfluous hair. Melin, 118 Broadway. NO 909 Seventh avenue north for sale, seven rooms. If you want a cosy home look this up. A CA8H SNAP—$175 takes an Olds mobile runabout, in good running condition. Address Auto, care Forum. FOR SALE—A fine Llwellyn setter dog, 3 years old, well broken. Ad dress or apply to I. S. Smith, Buffalo, N. D. FOR 8ALE—A two-seat hunting wag on, newly painted and In good con dition. Apply at 118 Broadway, or phone 355-L. 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—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 8ALE—Teu pointers, fine work ing stock, none better. Eligible to registration. A. A. Twichell, Tower City kennels, Tower City, N. D. FOR SALE—A few of those celebrated sets of Forum dishes. $6 pays for the set and The Daily Forum six months In advance—If your arrear ages are paid. NEW eight- room house. Including bath, just finished, full basement, cistern, electric lights. Will sell at lowest price on easy terms. 717 Fourth street north. Call at Matson's restaur ant. FOR SALE—Controlling interest in a profitable bank in northern North Dakota. Good reasons for selling, but will sell to responsible party only. Do not apply unless you mean business. •For particulars apply to S. Y., care of The Forum. ^OR 8ALE—Candy floss machine, made by Empire Cream Separator Co. Turns sugar into threads of silky sweetness, looking for all the world like cotton, yet not sticky. It's a big money maker. Owner will sell at half price because he has not time to give to management. Anyone who can follow up fairs or carnivals from town to town, can clear $80 to $50 per day above expenses. Address W. 27, care Forum. HOMES IN THE WEST—There are yet hundreds of thousands of acres of good government land in Misouri and Arkansas subject to homestead entrjg It only costs $14.00 to own 160 acres. Healthy climate, good soil, pure wafer and well timbered. My book Just printed, tells about location, how to get it, etc. It also tells about home steads in new rich state of Oklahoma, and many other interesting matters about the great west. Price, $2.50 cash. J. E. Smith, Leader Block, Springfield, Mo. ^^FOR^AL^OR^EXC A N E. FOR SALE or exchange for farm lands, some of the best residences in Fargo on Eighth and Ninth streets south. The Farmers' Land Co., 612 Front street, Fargo, N. D. FOR RENT. FOR RENT— Four-horse barn, hay loft, pump in connection. quire Sam Paper, phone 586. WHY NOT TRY A FORUM WANT AD? THE RESULTS ARE SO SATISFACTORY. e n W o s O n e W e e k i y e n s Apply FOR SALE—Barn, three stalls loft. 515 Eighth street south. FOR SALE—Fresh milch cow. quire Stanford's feed store. and En- FOR 8ALE —Nice clean old papers, 15 cents per hundred at Forum office. nice En- FOR RENT— Four upstairs rooms for light housekeeping, nicely located. Apply Sam Paper, phone 586. FOR RENT—Pleasant, well located rooms in hair store, dressmaker pre ferred. Mrs. J. Kopleman, 810 Front street. FOR RENT. Offices. SUITE of rooms with vault, In Maglll block. Call Pierce & Tenneson. FOR RENT—Office block, Front street. rooms, Morris Phone 672 -L. BASEMENT OFFICE for rent, also fine large mom on third floor. Fargo National bank. OFFICE ROOM for rent—MDne large, steam heated room on Broadway, very desirable for office, rent moderate. Address "R," fare Forum, ROOM AND BOARD OFFERED. ROOM AND BOAWo^^TTl^Second avenue south. ROOM and board to be obtained at Mrs. F. A. Paige, 221 Tenth street south. TENANT WANTED. WANTED—Tenant and partner for farm and ranch of 2,000 acres, near Bismarck. Good place for good man. Write at once, "Gaines Land Co.," Min neapolis. NOTICE—Wfe WILL BUY ALL KIND8 of men's second hand clothing and shoes. Send postal Naftalih Bros., 314 Front street. Fargo Wants. e n W o s Week word after h-T Fifty Cents\ 'X Bates 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 word*— then one cent a word. BULL TERRIERS FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Handsome, high class bull terrier pups for sale. Both and dam prize winners in leading shows. Pups pedigreed and eligible to registration. Grown stock, argo Kennels, Fargo, N. D. BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE. WE BUY, sell or exchange new and second hand furniture. Easy terms. M. Lovits, 416 Front street, Fargo. REAL E8TATE FOR 8ALE—8. 8. 80x140 FOOT LOT on Eighth avenue south. Water, sewer, cement walk and paved street $700. O. W. Kerr Co., Fargo. 50x150 FOOT LOT on Eighth avenue south. Water, sewer, cement walk, paved street and trees 9725. O. W. Kerr Co., Fargo. FOR 8ALE—Five acres, with buildings tlse, exhibit goods, and manage almost new, on southslde, Thirteenth avenue, west of Sixteenth street. In quire at residence. TWO 50x140 FOOT lots on Eighth a*» nue south, five blocks from Fargo college. Water, sewer, cement walk, paved street and trees. Fine residence property $1,460. O. W. Kerr Co., Far go. REAL ESTATE FOR 8ALE—N. 8. LOT near A. C. on car line, $350. O. W. Kerr Co. FOR 8ALE—Three fine lots on Thir teenth street north. 50x140, high and dry. A bargain If taken soon room 7 Fargo National Bank block. HOUSEKEEPERS' HEADQIJARTER8 BUY, 8ELL AND IexCHANQE^—New and second hand furniture and stoves. Hartstein, 402 Front street phone 181. FOR SALE. Household Goods. NEW and second hand furniture, la*' stallment plan. Fargo Auction store, 510 First avenue north. FOR SALE CHEAP—Garland self feeder and Satisfaction range, good condition. 102 Twelfth street north. FOR 8ALE—Household goods, includ ing two Radiant Home heating stoves, largest size one steel range, dining table and sideboard. Inquire mornings. 813 First avenue north. FOR SALE—Heating stove, double radiation, so constructed as to carry heat to all parts of house. Heats two story, eight-room house perfectly. Will burn coal, wood, lignite, coke equally well. Used one year, is in good con dition. Owner will sell cheap as he has modern house, w. 27, care Forum. BUSINESS CHANCE. FOR SALE—Restaurant, complete fix tures, good location, in Fargo. A. R., care Forum. A PHYSICIAN and surgeon desiring to obtain a well established business, can secure Information by addressing Physician, care Forum. Practice now runs about $2,500 per year. Good rea son for desiring change. FOR SALE—Hotel with lunch counter and new soda fountain. Doing a fine business in good North Dakota rail road town. This Is a money maker, Will sell or tr&de for Red river valley-' land. Reasons for selling, sickness, must change climate. Address Mack, care Forum. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED—Boilers to re-flue, engines to rebuild flrst-class work guaran teed. Once a customer always a cus tomer. Give us a trial order. Call or, address Northwestern Iron works, 8, A. Hann, proprietor, Churchs Ferry, N, D. JPRjjNTER^W ANTED. WANTED—Printer, salary $12 per week. H. 8. Rearick. Sentinel, Coop erstown, N. D. PRINTER WANTED at once, must be competent to take charge of plant and no boozer. Address, stating salary. E. O. Keene, Sherwood, N. D. ^POST^CARJDS AND 8OUVENIR8. POST CARDS and souvenirs, the' largest line In the west comic, leather, pictorial and scenic. Send for samples and prices. We sell to deal ers only. The Porte Company, Far go. N. D. "WANTED~T0 BUY. WANTED TO BuT—ATPkinds of men's second hand clothing. Send a£ postal card to J. J., 224 Front street,. Fargo. N. D- PERSONAL. 8H0UL.D Blanchard's Eczems l^otlanr not give speedy or satisfactory re-$ suits, notify Pr-f. Joseph Blanchard,? skin specialist, Minneapolis Meredith!,•' Drug Co., Fargo. Supply druggists. LOST. L08T—On Broadway, a F. H. S gold class pin. Reward for return to Fo rum office. FREE HOME8TEAD8. WE LOCATE you on free homesteads in western part of state. Leave Far go every Saturday evening. Inquire or. write. The Farmers' Land Co., 612 Front street, Fargo. J* v' 'i* *W •t.