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THE WEATHER
Chicago Forecast.
For Moorhead and Vicinity and Red
River Valley—Fair and decidedly cold
er, with cold wave tonight Sunday
fair and colder.
CITY LOCALS
Fargo bank clearings today amount
to $101,304.24.
A table necessity, good bread—make
tt of Qolden Link flour.
Ijook for Diemert & Murphy's adv.
on tfce market page today.
WASEM & GAABHD,
Embalmers and Funeral Direct
ors. Lady Attendant. Speclallata.
The Modern Samaritans can use a
few good agents. 604 Front street.
Phone 685 fdr Diemert & Murphy's
quick delivery of wines and liquors.
Steam heated rooms for $5 per
month and up. Tweeden block, N. P.
avenue, Fargo.
13 fS IT UK Broadway, Aoto
JD1
I U U
Broadway
JOHN K. BODGHERTY
Lloensed Einbalmer
Pay or Ntght
fuueral
my
bid. *f*
/DWIGHT M. BALDWIN
MtKjrhead, Minn.
Thomas Lorane, an aged man who
died in Grand Forks recently, left his
entire fortune, amounting to $15,000,
to his grand nephew. Lorane was
never married and the grand nephew,
*?ho lives in Brooklyn, was Ma near
s.0it relative.
Hear Isabelle Garghill Beech-
_er, First Baptist church, Jan.
28. "An Evening With. Ameri
can Fiction." Ticketa 76 and 60
cents, at Casselman'a,
A social will be given at the home of
•Jjrs. Casper Johnson, 703 Fourth
•tret north, by the Scandinavian W.
C. T. U., Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
^Everybody interested in the work is
cordially invited, and be sure to bring
your friends along.
FEED CORN
In car loadt, delivered any station.
Write ua for prices.
MAGILL & CO., Fargo, M. 0.
L. H. Lowe of the Ideal, whose thea
tj'e is on the Van Duzee circuit of
Minneapolis, has not received his list
Of attractions for next week. He an
nounces that the programme will be
3|uliy up to the standard and patrons
fyill he, as usual, well pleased with
fheir^lsits there.
•':1 THAT'S OVER &6W.
The trouble and worry about
bread The Pride of Dakota
,v
Flour Is a special scientific pro
cess. Good bread every time. All
grocers.
FARGO MILL CO., MAKERS.
Prof. G. E. Hult of the A. C. is very
Anxious about his sister-in-law, who
Was In Jamaica when he last heard
$rom her. He has not received any
fhessage from her since the earth
quake, but as no private messages are
feeing s«nt over the cable from the
Stricken city, official messages having
fhe right of way, and there has not
keen time for a letter to reach film
'this is not surprising.
Hear Isabelle Garghill Beech
er in "An Evening With Ameri
can Fiction." First Baptist
church. Jan. 23. Seats on sale
at Casselman's drug store. 75
and 50 cents. This is the fourth
number of the Y. M. C. A.
course.
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matic Vaudeville, 11
Insfcrated
Songs,
etc.
2 to 5 p, m. and 'I to It p, m.
Admission 10c, Children 5e afternoon*.
Wanted at Once—Photograph of
$ristol & Sweet fir®. Port Printing
Co., Fargo, N. D.
/Alex Wiser has purchased William
thaw's residence on First avenue
«#uth. for $3,000.
Luger's Undertaking Pari of
Director
Phone 142-8
Emerson's barber snop ana Turkish
Mith rooms, now located at 13 Fourth
•Ireet, Moorhead. Visit them.
It is just learned that a man whose
km me cannot be acertained was seri
ously injured at the Are of .the Cath
olic orphanage. He was hurried to St.
JNihn's hospital in the ambulance.
WOOD AND COAL
WE HAVE IT
INTERIOR LUMBER CO. Phone 92.
iCoal of the best quality, anthracite,
mil sizes, Yougheoghny, Hocking, Po
cahontas—as well as coke, for delivery
lit any part of the city at reasonable
prices. J. A. Chesley, phone 39.
Word has been received by the local
machinery dealers that the Bismarck
Implement Co., which was recently
burned out. will continue in business.
Ifartin. Bregonius will, however, go
out of the firm.
WANT OATS
fieed
10,000 buihets
quick
of
Oats
shipment.
and
get
Real Estate*
Laundry Business
For Sale
Doing a business of 5500 to $600 a
month good modern machinery, busi
ness constantly increasing, owner has
other interests that demand his at
tention. See me for price.
HOUSES AND 8TOR1S TO RENT.
MONEY TO LOAN
W. J. LANE
Office over First National Bank, Fargo
THEY WANT FARMS.
A Chicago capitalist desire* to se
cure through our Chicago office a tract
of wheat land in Red river or Jim river
valley, North Dakota, and to pay for
same with valuable and prominent va
cant frontage comprising a number of
choice residence building sites in finest
location on north side, Chicago. Will
be glad to get in tQuch with land own
ers who wish to entertain such a prop
osition. Send us full particulars.
WM. H. BROWN CO. & BRITTAIN,
131 La Salle street, Chicago, III
Do You Want a Home in a Mild Climate
Where big return* for m~»ney and labor in
vested are assured, and no iodustriouB man
need remain poor? Then yoti want to know
all about the famous Yakima Valley "The
borne of the h'g red apple For information
«tx ut farm lands or city property writ* J.T.
Haodaaktr, lept.
A.
taininent will, tak* place Monday, ev
ening, Jan. 2L
Bee Erickson for your next photos.
Have Knight Printing Co. print It.
Full line Edison's phonographs and
records. Johnson's Cycle Supply house.
MEAL TICKETS $3.50
EUROPEAN HOTEL
Go to Hank Waldron's Eagle saloon,
Moorhead, for Gund's celebrated La
Crosse beer on draught, or Peerless
bottled beer. Orders delivered to any
part of the city. Phone 1108-M.
THE
for
Send samples
"Sfltfr Mpfcctl lb Keep us supplied
with
COAL
and
have
K «."
North Yakima, Wash.
PANTORIUM
Cleaning, pressing, dyeing.
City auci country trad* soHcttad.
saN. P. Ave, Fargo, H. D,
Dr. S
hoop's Rheumatic Remedy—
when used faithfully will reach chron
ic and difficult cases heretofore regard
ed as Incurable by physicians and is
the most reliable prescription known to
clean out and completely remove every
vestige of rheumatic poisons from the
blood. Sold by McDonald Drug Co.
JAMES J.
HILL HERE-
WOOD. We
a
supply now
and can
fill
your orders.
GIBBS GRAIN & FUEL CO.
Phone 1269, T. T), Piatt, M*r.
Notable among the American stu
dents of Semitic science is Rabbi S. N.
Deinard of Minneapolis. The Univer
sity of Minnesota has entrusted to him
the charge of its Semitic department.
He is also the minister of a congrega
tion and has made a marked success
in the lecture field.
ECONOMY
One minute
of time and a
postal card will bring you fall informa
tion about the new 1907 New York
Standard "non-estimated" life insurance
pulicy issued by the WASHINGTON.
Everything in the contract guarao*
teed, very iow nremiumj for Ordinary
Life, Limited Payment, and Endow
ment plans.
This poliey folly protects your busi
ness while yon live, yonr family or
estate at death, or provides foe jour
ova old age.
THE WASHINGTON
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
C. E. BOBBINS, State Mgr.
No. 10 Broadway Fargo, North Dakota
Having1 moved to Minneapolis, I wil
sell my North Broadway home at a
sacrifice 12 lots, beautiful shade trees,
one of the handsomest locations and
grounds on North Broadway. Some
one will get this in the next sixty days
at a snap. O. W. Kerr, corner Nicol
let and Third street, Minneapolis, Minn.
It is learned late this afternoon that
the Bristol & Sweet Co., have under
consideration a plan for erecting a
three-story brick building upon the
site of their old quarters, No. 117-119
Broadway. They will, it is understood,
make the new building not only fire
proof, but one of the most substantial
and imposing structures on Broadway.
A S K E A
A E
Reserved seats for the Walter Brad
ley Tripp entertainment at the Moor
head normal school may be secured
(Of B. F. Mackall, Moorhead, for 35c.
iThe general admission to students
h»s been placed at 15 cents. Mr. dally at the commercial elub rooms
Tripp's Shakespearian recitals and and are kept on file for the use of
monologues are highly spoken of by club members. Copies of the house
the-press of every state. The enter-. and senate Journals are also kept on
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
VS
V
ABERDEEN NORMAL
A C. ARMORY
SATURDAY, JAN.
ip.
At 8:15 P.M. Admission 25c.
Croup can positively be stopped in
twenty minutes. No vomiting—nothing
to sicken or distress your child. A
sweet, pleasant and safe Syrup, called
Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure, does the work
and does it quickly. Dr. Shoop's
Croup Cure is for Croup alone, re
member. It does not claim to cure a
dozen ailments. It's for Croup, that's
all. Sold by McDonald Drug Co.
Printed copies of all bills introduced
into the state legislature, whether into
the house or senate, are being received
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A I i n a o O S O Y E E I U A S i W K W O 1 O O W 1 5 W
Fargo Wants.
Ten Words:
One Week
laser
j"35"CentsT
Rates for Classified Advertising One
cent a word First Time, One-half cent
word each insertion thereafter. No
charge less than 10 cents for any one
ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has
a contract.
HELP WANTED—MALE.
WANTED—Men to have their rasors
ground. Donahue & Licther, 7
Eighth street south.
WANTED—Men to learn barber trade.
Only short time required to learn.
Write for free Illustrated catalogue.
Moler Barber College, Minneapolis,
Minn.
WANTED—Good live young druggist,
registered in North Dakota must be
temperate and a good hustler good
salary to right party. Address Drug
gist, care Forum, Fargo, N. D.
WANTED—Man to take charge of me
chanical room in printing office in
leading city of state must be good
Job and adv. man, also thorough
knowledge of press. Apply to L. A.,
care Forum.
MEN AND BOYS—Plumbing or brick
laying trade pays $5 to $8 per day
^we teach you by practical instructions
In three months position guaranteed
free catalogue. Coyne Trade School,
4975 Eawton avenue, St. Louis. Mo.
HUSTLERS wanted everywhere, $25
to $30 made weekly distributing cir
culars. Out-door advertising. New
plan. No canvassing. Address Mer
chants' Out-Door Advertising Co.,
Chicago.
WANTED—Men, everywhere good
pay, to distribute circulars, adv.
matter, tack signs, etc. no canvass
ing. Address National Distributing
Bureau, 100 Oakland Bank building,
Chicago, III.
WANTED
—Good printer, for ad and
make-up work on small daily and
weekly. Must understand press work.
Must be sober and reliable. Good
wages and pay every Saturday night.
Write with reference to Pioneer, Be
midji. Minn.
POSITIONS WANTED.
Mais.
YOUNG MAN
attending schools wants
a place to work for his board. En
quire Aaker's Business college.
POSITION wanted by young man, In
general clothing store. Long ex
perience, best of references. D. L. C.,
care Forum.
WANTED—Gentleman or lady of fair
education to travel for mercantile
house of large capital. Territory at
home or abroad to suit. Weekly sal
ary of $1,000 per year and expenses.
Address, with stamp. Joseph A. Alex
ander, Fargo, N. Dak.
SALESMEN WANTED.
SALEsIvTeN WANTED to look after
our Interest in Cass and adajcent
counties. Salary or commission. Ad
dress Lincoln Oil Co.. Cleveland. O.
AGENTS WANTED.
MEN TO TRAVEL —Salary $21 per
week and expenses guaranteed, ex
penses advanced: experience unneces
sary. Address, with stamp, stating
age, Reeve Co., 429 Dearborn street,
Chicago.
file and they should prove Very Inter
esting reading.
Allen, taxidermist, Mandan. N. D.
Cook paints signs. Phone 926.
The Fargo Building Association
has
MONEY ON HAND TO LOAN
on Improved City Property at re
duced rates
of
interest.
Call
on
H. P. LOUGH, Secretary
Room 4, First National Bank Bidg.
High grade cigars given away on
pool games at Tweeden'a.
Wanted—Dakota snow storm photo
graph at once Telegraph, phone or
write. Will pay well, Daniel E. Wil
lard, Fargo.
BANKRUPT HARDWARE SALE
D* Laval Cream Separators ouly..f6000
165 0) Coal Hfuier, best make only 35 00
$55.00 Coal Heater, ouly 30 00
$55.00 Sfcftel Ranges, uow only 30.00
Everyt- iuir at half pries.
CHARK3T BANKHl IT HARDWARE
STORE, liOOBHEAD.
Take Columbia Hotel strest C*r,
NEW GAS STOVE.
SALARY LOANS
FURNITURE LOANS
Money loaned to faosaf«t imolujrM OB
your plain ante- to borrow sasjr
payments*. Strictly c« utideatial.
Loans oii furniture. pi*uo«. ete.. oa th*
installment plan.
W. G. MA HON, 64^ Broadway
Room 5, adieata Block, Fargo.
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Fargo Wants.
Rates for Classified Advertising One
cent a word First Time, One-half cent
a word each insertion thereafter. No
charge less than 10 cents for any oiy?
ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has
a contract.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
LADIES—We sharpen scissors, knives,
skates. Donahue & Licther, 7
Eighth street south.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. good home. Mrs. H. Wilk, 323
Seventh street south, Moorhead.
WANTED—Good cook, for kitchen
work only, in modern house, light
work, high wages to good lady cook.
Address O. C., Forum.
WANTED—Competent lady stenogra
pher. must be experienced and weli
educated. One familiar with real es
tate and insurance business preferred.
Good salary, steady position. Apply in
own handwriting, 1000, care Forum.
POSITION WANTEDb
Female.
WANTED—Position by lady stenog
rapher. Address box 452, Bismarck,
N. D.
STENOGRAPHER
STENOGRAPHIC
WORK—PHONESSOM
for stenographic work by hour or
day.
CREAM RESTAURANT.
NEAT, clean, open day and night.
gowd meals. $5 ticket $4.50, opposite
N. P. depot. J. E. Forsberg.
SEWING WANTED.
WANTED—Sewing at home or by th«
day. No. 2 Garfield block.
WANTED—Sewing by the day $1.25
Neat work. Address A. M., care Fo
rum.
SEWING WANTED—Shirt waists and
children's clothes. Price reasonable,
at 811 Eighth street north.
AN INCOME FOR THE FAMILY.
DIVIDENDS that will please you. Il
lustrated report with 40 photos free.
Address International Lumber. (As
sets $13,000,000). Drexel building. Phil
adelphia, Pa.
UPHOLSTERING.
EXPERT furniture repairing and cab
inet work. C. C. Anderson, Flamer
block, 64 Fifth street north.
^^^JWA^TnEjD^T^JEXCH^ANGE^^^
TO EXCHANGE for northern or west
ern land, five lots in Portage Lake
Park, near Grayling, Crawford county,
Mich. S. M. Dean, Fort Dodge, la.
COLLECTION SPECIALIST.
WE make personal calls and stick for
the money. Give us one trial. B. P.
Johnson, room 7, over Wilser's.
MISCELLANEOUS^
IF you have superfluous hair, warts,
moles, birthmarks, consult Mrs.
Lacer, 510 Third street north. Best
references. Consultation free. Phone
246-M.
RESORTS.
Doflr Hnfpt
HOT TPRINQS. ARK.
rflrK noiei
OPEN ALL
Practically Fire
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Week
THE YEAR
Proof
During the past -mmmer
entirely refitted and decorated, hot ami co'o
rtinni: waU'r in every room, American and
European plan. J. E. Hayes, Lessee and Mg r.
LAND BREAKERS WANTED.
WANTED—Teams and men to break
about 700 acres for flax seeding In
April and May, 1907. Land in question
from one to four miles north of Spirit
wood, Stutsman county. North Dakota,
about thirteen miles east of Jamestown.
Will rent land on shares or will hire
flax put in to suit. Buildings on farm.
Address A. P. Paulson, Valley'City, N.
D.
JAPS IN MEXICO.
The Littb Brown Men Ar« Overrun
ning That Country.
Mayathan, Mex„ Jan. 19.—Six hun
dred Japanese arrived here today on
the Hokau Maru. The total# landed
here in six months amounts to 3,186
but few remain in the country, as they
gradually make their way north and
enter the United States. The Mexi
can government has given them free
transportation from Japan in order to
get them to work on important indus
tries, hampered greatly owing to the
Milwaukee,*Man Claims Deviie Which lack of labor, but for some reason or
Will Change Things.
A marvelous Invention which it Is
claimed will revolutionize the wood and
natural gas stove business both for
heating and cooking, is displayed at
Hubert Harrington's hardware store.
Mr. Nordyke, part owner in the Kahn
Gas Stove Co., Is in charge of the ex
hibit, which is how in operation. The
new machine consists of a simple burn
er, which generates gas from kerosene,
will fit any stove or range, is easily at
tached and saves a vast amount of
money in fuel. Mr. Nordyke will be in
Fargo a few days and is demonstrating
his device to many people daily, all
of whom seem to take to it at one#.
other, although pay is good and con
ditions of Hfe better than that in Ja
pan, they quit at the earliest oppor
tunity and make for the United States
It is calculated that considerably or *r
2,000 of them have entered uu iatler
country during the past twelve months.
He Made a Bad Play.
William Johnson of Carrington was
arrested in Dawson & Lousche's barber
shop last evening" at 5 o'clock on a
charge of drunk and disorderly. He
got a haircut and made trouble when
the shaving started. He finally left
the shop without paying for his hair
cut and was arrested by the police out
side. The captain let him out on $10
bail to appear at 9 o'clock this morning.
He came to the police court /near 10
this morning, still pretty full, arid de
manded a hearing, which was given
him. The barkers and officers were
sworn and testified to his being drunk
and disorderly and Judge Ryan lined
him $25, which he paid, and seemed to
think his second play worse than the
first.
Fargo Wants.
Ten Words
One Week
35 Cents
laser
Rates for Classified Advertising One
cent a word First Time, One-half cent
a word each Insertion thereafter. No
charge less than 10 cents for any one
ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has
a contract.
ROOM AND BOARD OFFERED.
ROOM"~Xf^D^^AR D^ w^
House modern.
ROOM and board to be obtained at
Mrs. F. A. Paige, ttl Tenth street
scuth.
WANTED—Three
or four young lady
roomers and boarders house mod
ern, small family. Call at 214 Sixth
avenue north.
FOR RENT.
Houses, S. 8.
FOR RENT—Furnished house. 164
Ninth avenue sonth.
FOR RENT—Six-room house on Elev
enth street south. Call 1430 Fourth
avenue south.
FOR RENT.
Rooms Furnished« N.
GET your furnished rooms at 814^
Front street.
FOR RENT—Furnished
Tenth street north.
FOR
HO 9
room. 32
RENT—Two fu rnlshed
Fourth avenue north.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS—With
heat. On car line. 08 Fifth street
north.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in mod
ern house. Phone 34-L, 164 Tenth
street north.
FOR RENT
—Furnished rooms for
gentlemen only. Modern conven
iences. 813 Seventh street north.
FOR RENT— Four rooms for light
housekeeping, one block from Broad
way. Call 415 Fourth avenue north.
FOR RENT—ROOMS.
FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms,
with heat, bath and electric lights,
in private family. J. B. Folnom.
FOR RENT.
Houses, N. 8.
FOR RENT—Modern six-room house,
new, with full basement, new Kelsey
furnace. House newly decorated. Ap
ply Fargo Decorating Co.
FOR RENT—ROOMS—N. S.
A FEW good steam heated rooms for
rent in the Knerr block. Inquire of
A. P. Gabel, Knerr block, N. P. avenue.
FOR RENT.
Flats.
FOR RENT—Suite of three rooms and
bath, enquire room 1. Tyler block.
Anna Dwight Tyler.
FOR RENT, FLAT—Two steam heated
rooms, facing south, in Savings &
Loan block. No. It Broadway.
FOR RENT—Beautifully furnished
room, steam heat, e'ictrlc light gen
tleman preferred. Moderate rent.
Tyler flats. Phone 269-L.
FOR RENT.
SUITE of rooms with vault. In Magil)
.block. Call Pierce & Tenneson.
OFFICE ROOMS for rent, steam heat,
over Wilser's drug store. Phone
672-L.
FOR RENT—Offices, steam heated.
Enquire N. W. Port-Huron Co., 6
Broadway.
DESK ROOM for rent, including phone,
best location In city, .first floor. P.
O. box 28. Fargo.
FOR RENT. STORE.
FOR RENT—Store room 26x76, in
Dixon block. Inquire at Dixon laun
dry.
DEALERS, write for samples of our
line. We sell to dealers only. The
Porte Company. Fargo. N. D.
LOST.
LOST—A
gold watch with black rib­
bon fob, on Second avenue or
Broadway. Finder leave at Forum of
fice.
LOST—A
necklace of gold beads, in
down-town district. Liberal reward
for return to Forum.
LOST—Flat
pocketbook, containing
bills and meal ticket, also owner's
name and address. Liberal reward for
return to Forum office.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN
on city property
from one month to Ave years, also
on chattels. Young & Thomas, room
7. Fargo National Bank block.
COLLECTIONS.
WE MAKE
collections, taking over
your regular accounts or get the
money on the hard ones. Full facili
ties to handle a I) business. Commerc
ial Adjustment Co.. Thos. Hall. Mgr.
NOTICE—WE WILL BUY
MEN'S second hand clothes and shoes
Send postal. N. B., $14 Front street
WANTED—LOCATION,
WANTED By a good newspaper man,
a location in a good live town. Have
a good newspaper plant nnd will start
paper or work ir the trade. Address
U Box 25. Christine, N. 1)„
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Fargo Wants.
Rates for Classified Advertising Ctni
cent a word First Time, One-half cent
a word each insertion thereafter. No
charge less than 10 cents for any one
ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser itaa
a contract.
BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE.
WE BUY, sell or exchange new and
second hand furniture, teas? terma.
M. Levita, 416 Front street. Fargo.
HOUSEKEEPERS' HEADQUARTERS
U Y, S E A N EXC ANQE—New
and second hand furniture and
stoves. HartBtetn, 402 Front str«eti
phone III.
FOR 8ALE.
Household Goods.
NEW and second hand furniture, in
stallment plan. Fargo Auction store.
610 First avenue north.
FOR SALE -Dress suit, medium sis#*
cost $60.00,
used three seasons. Wilt
sell
for $10
Forum.
FOR 8ALE—Cary safe. No. 8, prac
tically new, very cheap. Inquire: iC'
Jas. W. Glassford, city.
FOR SALE—Family driving horse,
sound and gentle. Rubber tired bug
gy, harness. Phone 1187.
FOR SALE—First mortgage on Mc­
Lean county land, liberal discount.
Globe Land & Loan Co., Minneota,
Minn.
FOR SALE—A second hand piano*
used but a short time and In fine
condition. Enquire of G. E. Nichols,
Fargo National bank.
IF you don't find the house or roo'n
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, $1.71 for
pa
per, $3.25 for cloth backs.
FOR SALE—On easy terms, fixtures
for confectionery store, soda foun
tain, counters, show cases everything
for first-clasa store. Address box 118.
Fargo.
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FOR SALE—A few of those celebrated
sets of Forum dishes. $f pays for
the set and The Daily Forum alx
months in advance—if your
ages are paid.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FIRST CLASS up-to-date $1 hotel for
sale or trade. Address Box 678.
Wahpeton, N. D.
COMPLETE threshing outfit and one
quarter section of prairie land. Ad
dress 1014 Seventh street north,
Fargo, N. D.
FOR 8ALE or exchange for N. D. real
estate: Store building in a new
growing town in the northern part of
lower Michigan. Good new buildings,
good farming country, summer resort
region. What have you to offer? Box
188, Fargo. X. I).
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Five
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One Week
35 exists
if taken $t once. W-IT
BUSINESS CHANCE.
FOR SALE—A
FOR SALE
Phone lis
feed mill in a small
unvn business well established. A
good investment for the right party.
Call on or address, W. H. Leverett,»
Harwood, N. D.
EXCHANGE—Eighty acres of good
timber land in Crow Wing county,
Minn., to trade for 160 acres eastern
Dakota land. Pay difference in cash.
Address Lock Box 20, Lisbon, N. D.
FOR SALE—Good
clean stock of gen­
eral merchandise In one of the live
liest little towns in North Dakota,
Stock and fixtures will Invoice at from
$8,000 to $10,000. Address Box 17«,
Wilton, N. D.
FOR SALE—$2,400 takes hotel and
restaurant $1,200 cash, balance $50
a
month. This is a snap for some one
who wants to go into business. Good
location, good trade. Buyer can step In
and make money from the start. Act
quick. Address Box 648, Fargo, N. D.
FOR SAL*.
Ten months' old pointer.
FOR SALE—Nice clean old papw%
15 cents per hundred at Forum office.
Milch Cowe,
three
steers, five horses and colts, one cut
ter, top buggy, also chickens, pigs, etc.
E. A. Kggert, Warren, N. D.
LA^^FOR^SALE
FOR 8ALE—Quarter
FOR RENT -Half section farm, near
Fargo. Good pasture, flowing
well,
good buildings. Enquire Webster ho
tel.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO BUY—Second hand Mt
of North Dakota Reports and Di
gests. Address Lawyer, care Forum.
WANTED TO BUY—All kinds of
men's second hand clothing. Send
a
postal card to J. 224 Front strooC
Fargo, N.
FOR RENT—FARM.
FOR^RENT— Farm of 800 acres, half
mile east of Harwood, eight miles
northwest of Fargo, forty-acre pasture,
balance under "ultivatton, good build
ings. For terms enquire J. C. Carnlne,
Hi) TwUftJu street noith,
4
H*,,
section two and
a half miles from Erie, N. D. Reas
onable price. Best land in Erie town
ship. Address J. W, Needham. Flnley,
N. D.
FOR RENT.
FARM LAND.
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