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i C. GLASS FRESHMEN COLLEGE CLASS PRE SENT A FINE ENTERTAINMENT AT A. C. LAST EVENING—ONE tXEROSES. CT FARCE A FEATURE OF THE One of Urn most Interesting and pufeslng class day programmes ever presented at the A. C. was given last ev1ninf I the freshman The second part of the evening's en tertainment consisted of a one-act farce entitled A Meeting of the Disci pline Committee. This represented a meeting of the faculty, the registrar and the commandant, to consider the rules governing the school. Com plaints were made of all the various student bodies and matters thoroughly discussed, the senior preparatory class coming in for some severe criticism. At t'he close the committee voted that the freshman class was the perfection what students should be. The en tire performance was an excellent take-off of the faculty and contained many good hits. At the close of the farce, the fresh man orchestra rendered a pleasing number. A feature of the entertainment was furnished by the members of the sen ler preparatory class, who occupied the front seats in a body and amused themselves by throwing an occasional lemon at the performers on tho stage. VAST DEAL IN CATTLE. Mancla^t Cattle Firm Sells 8,000 Head to the Government. JMandan Pioneer: One of the larg est and most Important live stock transactions tnat has ever been made in this state will be completed on July 15 next, on which date the live stock firm of Badger & Pakins of this city See -4j^v '. 1 v*^ft i. /*, V-- 'f» \,» i",' VAV**, Mi V vV 5* tt #v ??v £, \i' -,* •, ,.•' 'v. L. ELK EN, Preaiileat ^'r •f .."* .• ,»* 4 V f,"* f/.- Ka'-'- & i 'Vi* 4*. r4^ ?.r 13,357 ACRES 25 miles south of Beach, N. D., in Golden Valley, and Just over Montana line, about ten or twelve miles from new Milwaukee exten sion. Seventy-five per cent agri cultural land, balance by itself with ranch buildings and unlimited pas ture abundance of coal and fine springs 22 miles fencing. Some homesteads can yet be gotten. Pret ty country from Beach and adjoin ing land retailing at $10 to $20 per acre. A splendid proposition to re* tail. PRICE $6 00 PER ACRE Witt! one*third cash, spread out to Sept. 1, balance three annual pay inentis at 6 per cent. W. D. HODGSON FARQO. N. D. NOW OR NEVER-THE LAST WEST How to get Free Trip and illustrat ed Maps and booklets of Western Canada. Address: V. C. MADDOCfC & CO. £61 Main St. '7 1 RATES BAY college class. In .spite of the bad weather a large au dtagnce was present and thoroughly en joyed the entertainment. The exer cises opened with an address by J. W.' Wheeler, the'president of the class. I Yesterday being the anniversary of the birth of Louis Aggaziz, Mr. Wheel- I er very appropriately chose for the subject of his oration the life of the well known naturalist on which he spoke very interestingly. 1rhe president's address was followed by an oration by Peter Olson. The lat ter had chosen for his subject The An glo-Saxon. as the Race Determining Civilization £^nd his speech showed' deep thought and appreciation of his. topic. One of the most entertain ing featuijes of the programme was the Diary of a FreBhman which was given by Thomas Lough. The speaker show ed that he was a keen observer of human nature and the diary describ 1ng the experiences* ®f a country youth coining to the city lind entering col lege was highly amusing. Miss Ce oelia Eyolfsson's declamation on a Visit to the Sick was a well given number. A pleasing vocal solo by Mies Kathryn Great and an excellent cornet solo by Mr. Horner completed the first half of the programme. Terms eaav nn thia. Terms easy cm this. our list of city property. Unproved farms and wild land for rent or sale. City property and farm lands handled on commission for W. A. SCOTT V ty* 0. L. BLKEN, Vice Pres. and Treat. The John Wyman Farm Land i',-*, and Loan Company v'" Cargo, N. D. We buy and self Red River Valley Lands also make first mortgage Loans Winnipeg, Man. 4. 1 'W H:*l '*j» "f**r ****&$?<#$ FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISISG One cent a word for first time oue-half cent a word each inser tion thereafter. No charge less, than 10 cents for any one time. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. will have completed the delivery oL 8,000 head of cows and heifers to the U. S. government, at Fort Yates. This stock will be delivered and dis tributed to the Indians by the govern ment agent in fulfillment of a treaty contract entered into with the Indians several years ago. The whole number of cattle to be de livered ,this year is 25,000 head, of which the Standing Rock agency gets 8,000, the balance to be distributed in the other agencies. The firm of Badger & Parkins has the Standing Rock allotment and by the conditions will deliver the cattle between June 1 and July 15 at Fort Yates. They have a large force of buyers in the field now buying cattle and in tend purchasing as many as possible in the Mandan country and driving them over. What cannot be bought here will be purchased in eastern Washington, shipped to Mandan and driven from there. This contract Involves a quarter million of dollars and when we con sider that it will be filled almost en tirely from the country tributary to Mandan it will indicate in part the great possibilities and wealth of the Missouri slope country. It is to be hoped that the govern ment wards will make good use of the stock thus provided and in time have many herds of cattle of their own for market and home consumption. Mme. Augustine Castella -De Romero Rubia, the mother of President Diaz of Mexico, who died the other day, was very fond of the problems of po litical life and never missed an oppor tunity to acquaint herself with any matter of public Interest. She took a prominent part In the affairs of her country. Ellison Warren, son of John G. War ren, the New Mexico cattle king, is working as a bell boy in a Los Angeles hotel and studying bookkeeping in a night school. Warren pere has a 500, 000-acre ranch at Engle, N. M., but the young fellow has determined to make his own way in the world and refuses to accept help from his fath er. He returns checks from his par ents, marking them "declined with thanks." Notice to Contractors. Eteftfed bids for the erection of a one-story brick bank building for the Citizens State bank at Sharon, N. D., will be received by the undersigned at Sharon, N. D., up to 2 o'clock p. m., Wednesday, May 29, 1907. Each bid must be accompanied by certified check for $250 payable to T. O. Chant land, cashier. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of M. E. Beebe, architect, Fargo, N. D., or at office of First Na tional bank, Finley, N. D. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Dated Finley, N. D., May 20,1907. T. O. Chantland, Cashier, Citizens State Bank, Sharon, N. D. E A E S A E O 3EC S -A. X* $3 First Avenue and Sixteenth Street So., inside io^ 250 |jj| feet house, five rooms and wood shed small stab" Eighth St. and Fourth Ave, N., inside 50 140 feet six Oiuta house, water, sewer, gas and electric lijjht*........ $2100 thin*residents. S O N TelepHon* No. 397, Room 5. Mortal Blo«K. JOHN WYMAN, Sec'y and Mgr. v BUILDING LOTS Fine lot on Fourth streot north, between Sev enth and Eighth avenues, on street car eicg line sewer and water in street, a .snap Oiood lot on Tenth street north, 100x150, Cfifi fl eust front, only $678, worth Nice lot on Seventh avenue south, 50xJ.r0. dose to streetcar line, sewer and water In eft7ft street, only MONEY TO LOAN W» J. LANK Offices over First National Bank, Fargo, N. D. Fine Cottage.. A six room cottage, mcdern except heat, tile walks, fine shade trees and lawn, big shed, lot 50x1150 ft. located two blocks from Great Northern depot. Snap at $2,500. Easy terms. I'll sell your property Fargo Wants. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED —Registered pharmacist, competent to run store, in N. D. town. Nickell's Drug store, Fargo. WANTED—-A drygoods clerk in gen eral store. Must be first-class. Ap ply Caesar, Hocking A Co., Wheatland. N. D. WANTED—Good strong boy to run errands and help with mail. Apply Forum office. WANTED—Registered pharmacist in North Dakota. Cfood baseball pitch er preferred. A. L. G. Hazelton, N. D. WANTED—All around ball player who would work on farm near town when not playing ball. Good wages. A. L. G., Hazelton, N. D. WANTED—Agents, to write health and accident insurance. Hustlers are making from $20 to $40 a week. Hatcher Bros., Fargo. WANTED— Coachman, Scandinavian or German. None but strict prohi bitionist need reply. Addresa with ref erences, 91, care Forum. WANTED —Ten all around good paint ers, also two good paperhangers. Call or address K. H. Johnson, 106 south Fourth street, Grand Forks. N. D. HUSTLERS—Everywhere, $25 to $30 made weekly distributing circulars, samples, no canvassing. Steady. Mer chants Out-door Ad. Co., Chicago. WANTED—Strictly first-class coach man. Must be temperate and thor oughly familiar with care of horses. Enquire Mrs. J. W. Smith, north Broadway. WANTED—Experienced track men for Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail way, at Terry, Mont. Rate $2.50 per day. Good camp. Board $5 per week, steady employment. WANTED—Men, everywhere, good pay to distribute circulars, adv. matter, tack signs, etc. no canvassing. Address National Distributing Bureau, 100 Oakland Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111. WANTED—Land agents and land buy ers. 12,000 acres for sale near mar ket, greatest portion first-class soil. Call or write for particulars at once. Andrew Nordloef, Local Agent, Daw son, N. D. COME SOUTH—Positions in every line salaries $50 to $300 month de mand for help greater than supply pay when position is secured. Stamp for particulars. National Employment association, Century Building, Atlan ta, Ga. $20 TO $50 WEEKLY, selling Bur bank's wonderful stoncless plum. Miracle, other specialties, and our complete line of well-known, superior, western grown nursery stock. Steady position. Oregon Nursery Co., De troit, Mich. HELP WANTED. Male and Female. WANTED—Ten men (or women) each state, travel and distribute samples new baking powder salary $60 perl month and expenses expenses advanc-' ed. Enclose stamp for contract. White House Supply Co., Chicago, 111. POSITIONS WANTED—MALE. LEAVE ORDERS for furnace and chimney cleaning, at phone 115-L. PRINTER—Experienced foreman and proof reader, capable any depart ment, wants good position about June 1. Address Box 84, Bismarck, N. D. POSITION WANTED as buyer for fanners' elevator, by married man, seven years' experience in grain and fuel business. Good references and bond furnished. Address 100, Fargo Forum. I WOULD like a position as grain buy er with some good company, a farm ers' company preferred have had Ave years' experience and am an all around grain man. Address Box 194, Marion, N. Dak. SALESMAN WANTED. SALESMAN—$60 monthly and extra commission. Bug blight drought proof potato, seedless apple, other nov elties. Fairview Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y. AGENTS WANTED. WANTED—Agents to sell wrapping paper and bags as a side line in North Dakota. Samples can be car ried in pocket can earn $25 to $40 per week state where you travel and what other line you carry ask for paper samples and address Paper De partment, The Kemper-Thomas Co., Station H., Cincinnati. O. SHADE TREES. ALL KINDS of shade trees at low prices send postal card or call. L. Holland, 302 Tenth avenue south. FOR SALE—LOTS. THE BIG livery barn of C. H. Whip ple burned. Stone basement and lots, located -opposite Hotel Minne sota, are for sale. C. H. Whipple, De troit, Minn. FOR SALE—Building lots on Lake Cormorant, good fishing and bathing. Also two small farms or. lake shore, with buildings. Addres.- F. Johnson, Box 226, Laka Park, Minn, or enquire Forum office. CEMENT SIDEWALKS. JOHNSON STONE WORKS^JTbest quality cement work is guaranteed. Prices are right. Robt. Johnson, 802 Second street north. Phono 772. HORSE8 FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Five-year-old stallion, by Heppenstall, 2:17 also two Oarlock colts, 4 years old and one 3 years old, rvi bred. E. L. Sears, Fargo. nTLTEIST'l1 ('LARK S TENTH AN U C.CROSS Edwards Big-. Fargo, N, O. v V v *«. Sk. I mw?v\ v. ,'*' THE FARGO FORFM AND DAIf,Y REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY KVENIKO, MAY 25, 1907. One man and a Foruin want ad will sell a house while another man is wondering whether a want ad would pay Fargo Wants. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Woman Webster hotel. Forum. NUAL CRUISE. Feb. ti. '08, 70 days, by specially chartered S 8. "Arabic," lft.000 ton*. 30 TOURS TO EUROPE. 3 ROUND TI1K WORLD. FKANK C. CLARK, Times Building, New York. For State News Read The Forumt A dishwasher, at WANTED—Cook. Mrs. Mclntyre, 611 Kightii street south. WANTED—Bright girl for marking and sorting. Dixon laundry. WANTED—Good girl for general housework. 104 Tenth street north. WANTED—Neat, willing girl for gen eral housework. Apply 608 Broad way. WANTED—Girl fbr general house work. Apply 214 Roberts street. Mrs. Blout. WANTED—Good girl for general housework. Mrs. P. G. Stevens, 901 Sixtii street south. WANTED—A good girl for general housework. 423 Thirteenth street south. Mrs. J. B. Folsom. I HAVE needles and repairs for all makes sewing machines. O. E. Lien, at Pcterson'3 Musjic house. WANTED—Housekeeper to keep house for retired farmer no children, live alone. Address 85, care Forum. WANTED—Girls for housework in Htlena, Mont., big wages, free fare. L. H. Olsson, 312 Front street. WANTED—First-class chocolate dip pers. Apply Chaney Kandy Co.. Flamer block, one door north Webster hotel. WANTED—A neat and willing girl, with some knowledge of cooking and housework. Small family, good wages. Apply Mrs. Wm. H. White. 515 Thir teenth street south. ^POSITIONS WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Position as bookkeeper by lady. Thoroughly experienced and competent. Best of references. Wouid take set of books to keep evenings. Address 46, care Forum. BUSINESS CHANCE. FOR SALE— Four-chair barber shop, ground floor, good business. Selling because of other business. 97, Forum. FOR SALE—A small weekly newspa per, good location $400. $100 down, balance 011 easy terms. Must sell at once. Address 89, care Forum. FOR SALE—Newspaper and plant, only paper in town, doing good busi ness $700, part cash, balance on easy terms. Geo. Seifert, Kindred, N. D. NEWSPAPER for sale. Official city and county paper, power plant and doiti« ja^'od business. Can be had at half its value. Easy terms. Address 80, Forum. FOR SALE—Large hotel In thriving town, in the heart of irrigation dis trict, western North Dakota. Reason fpr'*seTHng, retiring from business. F. A. Jones, Buford, N. D. FOR SALE—Stock of general mer chandise in a thriving town in Barnes county, good trade. Stock amounts to about $3,500. Reason for selling, sickness. Address 87, care Fo rum. A MERRY-GO-ROUND, run only three months cost $2,400. Will clear $2,500 a season if run by right party. Owner. have other business and will sell at a great sacrifice. Address A. E. Brown, Northfleld, Minn. FOR SALE—North Dakota drug .store, stock and fixtures about $11,000. cOross profits last year, without liquor permit, about $4,700. Could be doubled with permit. Before enforcement of prohibition law town supported six open saloons. Only two drug stores in town, both now with permits. Will sell all or majority of stock with manage ment. Cash required, $6,000 balance on easy terms. A good opening for a couple of good clerks who can raise the necessary funds. Address 99, care NOTICE—WE WILL BUY. MEN'S second hand clothes and shoes. Send postal. N. B., 314 Front street. MISCELLANEOUS. IDA MEL IN—Painless corn doctor. IIS Broadway, room 3. LADIES desiring nursing In comfort able home during confinement, ad dress 61, care Forum. HAIR MATTRESSES renovated, made as good as new all done same day. J. B, Bowman, 510 First avenue north. Phone 472-L. A PRIVATE family wants a good steady horse and two-seated rig to use. Best of care given horse. Ad dress 74, care of Forum. IF you have superfluous hair, warts, moles, birthmarks, consult Mrs. Lacer, 510 Third street north. Best references. Consultation free. Phone 246-M. PIANO TUNING. C. E. FARRAR—Orders left with J. H. Schmidt, at Wasem's. STENOGRAPHER. STENOGRAPHIC WORK Phone 8so-M for stenographic work by hour or day. DRESSMAKING. WANTED—Sewing, at 820 Thirteenth street north. Phone 1326-L. GOOD,, neat seamstress, $1 per day. Will also take sewing home. 815 Seventh street south. LOST. LOST—A brown pocketbook, in N. P. depot, Friday night. Finder return to 513 Sixth avenue north and receive reward. LOST—Carved gold ring, engraved in band, between Eleventh street and Third avenue north and Broadway. Return for reward to No. 95, Forum office. FOR SALE OR TRADE. FOR SALE or trade, second hand typewriters. Address »8, care Forum*' e A v 4 4 xfi Fargo Wants. ROOM AND BOARD OFFERED. BOARD AND ROOM-$4 and up, mod ern house. 11.5 Eighth street north. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with boa ft 1 if desired, in modern house. 1121 Second avenue south. TABLE BOARD OFFERED. TABLE BOARD—At 923 Fourth ave nue south. BOARDERS WANTED—By day or week. Modern house. 613 Seventh avenue north. FOR RENT—Rooms Furnished, 8. S. FOR RENT Knerr block, heated rooms. For gents or ladies. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished modern rooms. Apply Birchall flats. FOR RENT —Two rooms, furnished or unfurnished, in modern house, on car line. 608 Ninth street south. Phone 1063. FOR RENT—Rooms Unfurnished, S.S. FOR RENT—Unfurnished room. Davis block $6 per month. Apply Moody's store. FOR RENT—HOUSES, N. S. FOR RENT —Seven-room house, close in bath, electric lights, gas, hard wood floors. Vacant June 1. Enquire 1024 Third avenue north. ^FOR^£NTj-CO^ FOR RENT—Five-room cottage, fur nace, gas range, electric lights: on oar line. Enquire 117 Sixth avenue nort h. FOR RENT—Rooms Furnished, N. 8. FOR RENT—Two rooms. 118 Broad way. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod err. house. 702 Broadway. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern. ill Tenth street north. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, with board, if desired. 28 Ninth street north. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room, modern conveniences. 708 Seventh street north. FURNISHED front room for rent in modern house. Enquire 11# Eighth street north. ROOM for rent on Broadway, suitable for office or living room, steam heat ed. Call 04^ Broadway. Phone S73-L. FOR RENT—OFFICES. OFFICE ROOMS in Walker Block. Walker Bros. & Hardy. SUITE of rooms with vault, in Maglll block. Call Pierce & Tennyson. FOR RENT—Front offices in Piano building, on Broadway. Apply Lee & Fouler. FOR RENT. FOR RENT—First week in June, mod ern fiat, three front rooms. J. B. Folsom. FOR RENT—Store room and basement in operahouse annex, May 1. Wal ker Bros. & Hardy. FOR RENT—Furnished modem house, from June 1 to Sept. 1 rent very reasonable. Address 90, care Forum. NICELY furnished room, with steam heat, electric light, and bath over First National bank. Enquire room 8, or 'phone 269-L. FEED STORE. I. GOLDBERG is now in his new build ing arm sells all kinds of feed and flour cheaper than ever. 818 Front street UPHOLSTERING MATTRESSES made over. C. C. An derson, 115 5th St. N. Phone 1499-L. COLLECTIONS. WE MAKE collections, taking over your regular accounts or get the money on the hard ones. Full facili ties to handle all business. Commer cial Adjustment Co., Thos. Hall, Mgr. TEAMS FOR PLOWING WANTED. WANTED—A number of four-horse teams for plowing and seeding flax. Write or phone, J. B. Folsom, Fargo. FOR RENT OR SALE. FOR RENT OR SALE —New six-room modern house. Apply Casper John son. 'ontractor, Fargo. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING. WANTED—To repair your automobile tires. Write for price list. Valley City Vulcanizing Co., Valley City, N. D. WANTED TO BU*'. WANTED TO BUY—Good fresh milch cow with calf. Address Geo. Samp son. Box 557, Fargo. NORTHWESTERN Feather Co, wants old feather beds, highest prices paid. Address A. B. Mack, general delivery. Drop postal, will call. WANTED TO BUY—All kinds of men's second hand clothing. Send a postal card to J. J., 224 Front street, Farg,.. N. D. Phone 1057-M. WANTED TO BUY—Second hand fur niture and stoves for cash. Phone 946-M, or address 121 Fifth street north. H. Peterson, formerly of Lally & Peterson. WANTED—Timber claims in Oregon and Washington. Will pay from $1 to $2.50 per 1,000 for fir. according to location and from $1.50 to $3.00 for pi.ic. Address with description, G. A. Hutchin, Hotel Alien, Minneapolis. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE. FINE wooded lots for sale at Big Cor morant iake, at moderate prices. Ap ply to JyJUu*yU» Audutwu, jklluu., 4, Box n 3 1 v Fargo Wants. BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE. WE BUY, sell or exchange new ar»4 second hand furniture. Easy ternuj^' Wu»# M. Levlls. 11J Front street, Fargo. HOUSEKEEPERS' HEADQUARTER® •OVTmllTSD^ and second hand furniture an^ stoves. Hartstein, 402 Front street phone 181. FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD GOOD& BEDS, springs, mattresses, stove aiid bureau, all new. Address, "H," care Forum. FOR SALE—First-class folding be#, nearly new worth $35. Will sell for $10. Room 8, Duncan block. ALL MY household furniture, everjr* thing new and good. Call forenooM or evenings. Mrs. Ash, 711 Tenth ava» nue north. FOR SALE—One quarter-sawed oik folding bed, with full length mirror, tapestry couch, rocker, table and rujp All at a bargain. Room D, Duncan block, or ask housekeeper. JFOR^J3ALE.^ FOR SALE—A tire-proof safe, cheap. Hatcher Bros.. Fargo. N. D. FOR SALE—Fine Jersey family milelt cow. Address 84, care Forum. FOR 8ALE—Moyer runabout buggy, Rood as new, cheap. Ernest Yerxa. FOR SALE—House and lot on south side. Enquire at Fargo House bam. FOR 8ALE—Nice, clean old papemat 15 cents per hundred at Forum offktfe FOR SALE -One drop-head sewing machine, only $12. Call at Singer store. FOR SALE—Mare. 9 years old. wifl|, colt 3 weeks old. Call 511 Ninth' avenue north. FOR SALE—Hallet it Davis piano, cheap. Used very little. Call room 7, operahouse annex. IF you don't find the house or room here to suit you, advertise for It. Hundreds of people are watching thii column for your ad. FOR SALE—On easy terms, fixture! for confectionery store, soda foull^ tain, counters, show cases everything for first-clasg store. Address Box lit* Fargo y 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 arrearages are paid. FOR SALE—Cass county maps, show* Ing names of owners of every quai1* ter section. Price reduced to $1 for pa* per, $2 for cloth backs. Address Fip* rum Printing Co.. Fargo. FOR SALE—50xl4fl foot lot in Aldrielh and Roberts' addition, good bargain. Price $7". Proceeds to go to self de nial fund of Salvation army, PhoA# 1196-L, or call 619 Second avenftii north. FOR SALE—Small stock of creneral merchandise, also feed mill and en gine, in a thriving town in Cass coun ty: good trade. Reasons for selling,, sickness. A snap for right party. II* quire No. 31, care Forum. EGGS FOR HATCHING—From flr*( class Silver Laced Wyandotte stodk. Prize winners at North Dakota Poultry association meets. Quality of breed guaranteed. Price, $1.50 per setting. M. O. Valan, Kurtz, Minn. OLDS RUNABOUT, with top, running gears painted yellow and body greqii, a very fine rig. This machine Is A 1905 and in first-class condition. I have no use for this machine and tfee first check for $175 takes this car. No trades. John Kline, Wimbledon, N. I. THIRTY HORSE-POWER Pope To ledo four-cylinder, flve-passenger touring car, convertible Into runabout, equipped with two $80 searchlight* and Rush more generator, four new tires, reserve parts, inner tubes, side lamps, tools, clock and French horn. This car was overhauled and painted this spring by the factory and is In first-class condition in every way and ready for extended touring. Any dem onstration given. Price $1,475. Sait* Jsfactory reason for selling. 98. care Forum. 38 JFOR^JSALJE—LANC^ FOR SALE—A fine corner for a busi ness block. 50x140. A bargain If sold by June 15. Enquire 824 Front street. FOR SALE—Relinquishment of good farm, one mile from townsite, 011 Milwaukee road. $200 if taken at pnCfe. Thos. Alton, Dickinson, N. D. CHOICE prairie lands for sale in Het tinger and Bowman counties, home steads adjoining, also relinquishment)? bought and sold. Address Everett Real Estate & Loan Co., Dickinson, N. Dak. FOR SALE—Residence lot. 50x140, on Fourth street north, near Seventh avenue cement walk, for $100 lej»# than lots one block further out bring. Owner has bought house and must sell at once. 36, care Forum FOR SALE—Would you Join Christo pher Columbus in discovering Ameri ca if you knew what you know todaff? Do you want to help discover "wealin'1* at International Falls. Minnesota? This town, towards which two rail road*-- are racing to get in before July 4 this year, is going to be a wondef. It is truly tho "City of Destiny," A horse power of 30,000 8 million cords of puip wood material immed iately available five thousand million feet of pine and spruce over one huM^ died million bushels of wheat to grinds four million dollars being invested Tn dam and mills. This town of 800 peo ple will soon need 12,000 men to carry on its industries. Will you be one of the first? Lots only three blocks front business center can now be bought for $200 $20 down, $46 Aug. 1, balance one and two years. Write at once for books and maps to Edmund J. Walton, Townsite Agent, 120 S. Fourth street, Minneapolis, Minn. MONEY TO LOAN. ON persona! property or other good security. W. H. Jton« itft* I In*. 'A-£ tlonai Bank building. i-'l' w"/ %i I ft I s ig i f* if- -V Xs%'-['-J i. -V M\.