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V S V ^4^ »4? .,.. f- y :4 vi:, ," t-v /T A—. Pf '^Mfc Sate Room 3, N. P. Block f,r.' .v The interesting things about Ham Lewis at present, however, are his am bitions and his whiskers. Ham's Whiskers axe the delight of Illinois nd a matter of some pride to Ham himself. Some artists have even de scribed them as being pink. "Regard less of color diagnosis It must be ad mitted that the are most complete and as stylish as they are finished. Jttr. Lewi® is a candidate for the HfT8 AND MRS. PlfttCt. e- Grafton Record: Have yoii ever made a. trip with'ft revenue colleotor? jHe travels from place to place, wear ing an official badge about a» big as the buckles on the low shoe by the sea shore. He drives into town about 11 o'clock, picks out a hotel for dinner with a red swinging chair in the front yard and a floating washing in the back yard. The landlady says dinner will be ready at 12 o'clock and he- says he will be there. The landlady taken his measure with her eagle eye and sends the girls to the store after a fresh can of peas which are fully as durable as buck shot but more dan gerous. The revenue collector \*i 1 \V V Southern Alberta Lands In Famous Lethbriilge District From $8lo $20 per acre some choice bargains at $11 per acre, tennt easyi Crops are fine, and the yield will probably exceed that ot 1907. Seveta. snaps in Ranches. Visit this district and let us show you what we have We will secure reduced railroad fare for you. See, write or phoae us. B. C. EDDY & SON -£«•. i«t?v Hri i J* THE GENT WITH THE WHISKERS y.V \v s then goes down to Joe's place. There is a- sign in front which reads. 'Ham's Beer." There is another seated on a keg which answers the same purpose. 0 0 0 The collector goes Inside and you go with him. He shakes hands with the bar keeper who looks suspiciously af you seated near a round tab|e which affords a fine pasture for flies. The bar keeper says Joe has gone out to get shaved and the collector wonders If his visit has been tipped off. During the wait two farmers come in and speak to the man with the white apron. They are customers and they are soon using 4eer as a beverage. They get? the tall men's size glasses big as lan tern chimneys after drinking they speak of the hap crop and one has cut his rye, which makes them both dry and they again secure the attention of the bar tender, who has drawn a small one for himself, in the meantime, Joe still being absent. A single-handed drinker came in and explained to the decanter tipper that he was powerful sick and looked like a basement of a tin can store the morning after the fire, as he said it. He got an eight cornered bottle and the cash register spoke its piece and the no-profit sign shot up. It was an awful drink, but the man was powerful sick he later recovered sufficiently to ramble among the free lunch with- W" right ha^d eating freely with the other. 0 0 0 The proprietor then came in. He had been to the barber shop all right and his mustache was tied to a hard knot at both ends. He seemed to know the collector and shook hands- with him quite freely and listened attentively to a- short talk the collector gave him. He shook his head hurrldly and said he was sorty hut he could not run a wholesale house on a retail license and began unraveling proof in front of the saloon keeper who drew a long breath, also a check, and getting a receipt therefor, he kicked the dog out of the rew door, charged the bar keeper up oarsmen have declined to row, w'th two brokpn glasses and covered up th*e free lunch just ahead of the left satisfaction of thinking fielder of the* town ball team. whichl*n'£ht hut,e beaten them. s'"' •THE i *FV Phones No. 941-L 'I'"*. n v k *, \ati i .HfcW.-" 1. 1 a?»f HON. J. HAMILTON LEWIS. There is no more interesting char acter in the public eye in the state of Illinois today than Ham Lewis. The distinguished gentleman Is forced to submit regularly to this abbreviation of his name in view of the fact that he la asking for a public job. When doing his favorite stunt, however, or respond ing to the first grandiloquent toast on a banquet programme he is known as the Mon. J. Hamilton Lewis. democratic nomination of governor of Illinois. He is an eloquent orator, a tireless campaigner, Is a splendid mixer and a successful politician. He has represented his native district in the lower house of congress, where he left a reputation in the American par liament quite similar to that created Lately r»\, „*r£n ''i" FARGO WANTS. L0T8 FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Six lots on south side, $76 per lot On the installment plan, |5 per month. Call at Stegge Land Co., Magill Block, Fargo. Phone 1563-J. FOR 8ALE—Fine wooded lota for sal«a at biff Cormorant Lake. Address J. Johnson, Lake Park. Mian., K. FOR 1 by Lord Chesterfield abroad. be has served as corporation counsel for the city of Chicago. Now he is time reached the trio, running for governor. His friends Mems a blow in the face, which stun have even suggested that he would have made an excellent .vice president ial candidate on the democratic ticket. All of which is most complimentary to his abilities and personality. The picture shows Ham in a favorite attitude while engaged in his favorite occupation of making what he admits to be probably one of the best speeches ever delivered. made the second fly he had niissad for the season. 0 0 0 You then acompany the collector to the hotel, where dinner is announced by removing the chairs from the of fice. There are no menu card? or conversation exchanged between the guests and the waiters, or waiter, the same being singular, also single—the landlady's step-daughter—this being explained by a regular boarder, a bar ber, by trade, when the waiter had stepped into the office to telephone for more. The dinner piassed off quite intelligently. The first course con sisted of young onions and well water. A man who looked like a clerk refused onions and spent the time reading out loud from a city paper. He corrected the editor as he went alohg and re moved Mr. Bryan for the third time from the white house. He also told how tp run a flour mill and break a chicken dog. He was an alarm clock alright, but no one was struck. 0 0 0 4 The only unfortunate oecurarie/ tci the dinner was the shortage of pie. The candidate for the office of state's attorney of the county missed fire on desert, owing to the fact that the cook was poor when it came to mental arithmetic. The young lady who waited on the table stated that an adding ma chine was soon to be placed at the queen of the kitchen's disposal—dis posing being one of her star acquire ments. The candidate was very nice about it and said he would come again. After dinner the landlady entered the office and leaning gracefully against the cigar case, stated that her husband, the landlord, was also the town blacksmith and that he was busy shoeing a mule and fn his absence guests could settle with her. The revenue collector responded with a few pieces of silver and the books were closed.* 0 0 0 The first place visited after dinner was the printing office. There was no special reason for going there except that the collector knew the editor. This gentleman was correcting the mailing list at the time, removing a few names of people who had been getting the paper for several years without extending any substantial en couragement. The editor was a^ pleas ant man he said job work was good, but advertising was dropping off. Just then the phone rang and a lady said she wanted a good girl for general housework in the local column. The editor made a. note of it and hung it on the hook. The job press was busy printing bassball UUla and a lawyer from across the street brought in a legal notice for next week's paper. Good-byes were then said and the "Com^ again" sign, in wood type w# exposed, W j,11,(111,MI 11 nil 11»• 1 As long as the CamhrM^, Engrfatifl, declined to row, the 1 Harvard boys will always^have the that Uwa- JF. D. No. 3, Box 26. I HAVE a lot, 100*140, abutting rail road, one block from car line, water across the street was holding for wholesale site, but need cash and will soil cheap. Address 717, Forum. RENT—Typewriters. WE RENT Underwood typewriters In good condition artd doing good work. Underwood Typewriter Co., 609 N. P. avenue. WANTED—Salesman and Collector. WANTED —Good salesman and col lector to solicit trade from farmers in North Dakota no peddling. Apply with full particulars and references, P. O. bo* 315, St. Paul, Minn. FARM FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Half section, two and one-half miles from good line town, thirty miles from Fargo good build ings wind mill all under cultivation $30 an-acre without crop, easy terms. A. H. Lowrey, 612 Front street, Fargo. 160-ACRE FARM, five miles from town 75 acres in wheat, balance prairie, -no buildings $3,000. including crop one half cash, oalance time. A. H. Lowry, 612 Front street. Fargo. N. D.' R'.ffiS LIFE TO SAVE OTHERS Rescued Han Saves Bride and Groom Iffew York, Ijrfy SI.—Although lie had been saved from drowning only a few minutes before, when he was seized with a cramp in the water, John Rorke, Brooklyn, last evening dived off the brekkwater at Brighton Beach and saved a man and his bride from drowning. Neither the man or his wife could swim, and had it not been for Rorke's prompt action they would undoubtedly have been drowned. They sank twice before Rorke reached them. Rorke was exhausted when- Austin Titus, who Ohad gone to the beach with him, went to aid him in the work Of rescue. ., Walter H. Mems, a wealthy rancher Of Laredo, Tex., and his 22-year-old tffide, were the rescued persons. Rorke was sitting on the beach after he had been pulled out of the water, when he saw Mems and his bride swept from the breakwater by a hug'e wan, They both floundered about in the water calling for help. Rorke ran along the logs of the breakwater and tried to reach them. Then he dived off the logs and grabbed them, and thus prevented them from drowning. Young Titus, who is a strong swimmer, had by this and, striking ned him, swam with him ashore, while Rorke brought ih the young woman. Rorke is connected with the law de partment of the public service com mission in Manhattan, and when he reported for duty he wore bandages over the cuts he received whil® rescu ing the couple. CHAMBERLAIN ItX. Former Colonial Seoretftry It Losing Sight—May Never Leave England. London, July 31.—Joseph Chamber lain. who returned from the continent on Tuesday and is remaining in Lon don for a few days, on his way to Blrlmngham, is reported to be In a verv grave condition. His eyesight has become seriously affected. Even if Mr. Chamberlain has sufficient strength to travel to Birmingham, it is believed to be extremely doubtful it he will ever leave England again. NEWFOUNDLAND GOVERNOR 18 REPORTED L08T IN STORM St. Johns, N. F., July 31.—It is be lieved that the vessel bearing Gover nor McGregor of Newfoundland was one of those last in the terrible Btorms of the last few days. McGregor has been on an official tour of Labrador. In one harbor alone seventeen vessels were wrecked. Meager advices say the crews reached shore in safety. Sale of Land and Stock of Goods. Not fee is hereby given, that under authority of an order of sale granted by the Hon. A. G. Hanson, judge of the county coprt of the county of Cass, state of North Dakota, dated the 31st day of July, A. D. 1908, the undersigned, the administrator of the estate of Nels Elefson, late of Warren, in the county of Cass and state of North Dakota, deceased, will sell at private sale, for cash, subject to con firmation by the judge of said county court, the following described land, to-wit: Lot numbered four (4) of the northwest. quarter (NW% of section numbered thirty-three (33), in town ship numbered one hundred thirty eight (138) north, of range numbered fifty (50) west of the fifth principal meridian, according to the certified plat thereof filed for record in the offices of the register .of deeds and auditor of the said county of Cass aforesaid, and also the stock of goods, wares and merchandise consisting principally of men's and ladies' cloth ing and furnishings, groceries, to baccos, cigars, stationary^ and patent medicines, belonging to said estate, situate and now being in the store building of said estate at Warren on the lot above described, and also the book accounts and the stor^ fixtures of said store. The sale will be made on or after the 22d day of August, A. D. 1908. All bids must be in writing (not sealed), and may be left at the store building of said estate at Warren, in said Casg county, or filed with the judge of the county Court, or deliv ered to the undersigned personally. Bids will be received for the per sonal property in one parcel, separate from the land, or for both real e&tate and ajl the personal jjro^erty together in one parcel. .. Dated the 31st Mt, JttSr. 1908. LARS, OLSON, Vdmipistrator pf the Estate of Nels Kiel's on, Deceased. ,(£aily July Si, Aug. 7, 14, XQf 4 SIS IPM FARGO FORUM Aim DAILY REPUBLICAN", FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 31, 1908 FARGO WANTS. HELP WANTED—MALE, HAVE Knight Printing Co. print IL WANTED— First-cUuss blacksmith. Dlesem Mercantile Co., Diesem, N. D. WANTED—Three men. salary 100 per month. Call room 42, O'Neill block. WANTED—Rapid steady situation, senden, N. D. compositor for Free Press, Fes- WANTED—A man real estate office. Wflliston, N. D. stenographer for Address Bqx 83, WANTED—Barber, With two or three years' experience, good wages. Ed Spare. Hunter, N. D. WANTED—Harness maker, at once good wages write or come at once. H. B. Hudson, Sidney, Mon' WANTED—Registered assistant phar macist steady employment to the right party. Chas. J. Stergeon, Edge ly, N. D. THERE ARE over 400 young men in city of Fargo working for $40 to $50 per month I need two at $75. Call W. E. Taylor, Elliott hotel. WANTED—A young man stenogra pher, with some banking experience and who can talk Scandinavian, to work in bank. Apply at once, stating salary expected and give references. 747, Care Forum. HELP WANTED—Male or Female. WANTED—Man or woman, two days a week, to clean Dixon flats. Mrs. Wilson. Dixon block. AGENTS WANTED. WANTED—Agents to sell our seven piece kitchen set you can make $10 per day. Mercantile Investment Co., Sykenton, N. D. WANTED—Two competent elevator agents give references and where previously employed. 907 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis, Minn. POSITIONS WANTED— IVIALE. ^_ WE MAKE the be». flat opeu*r.g blank bouks. Knignt Printing Co. WANTED—Bookkeeping work, after noons and evenings. Call 1181-J. WANTED—Position as cleaner, for several office blocks. 700, care Fo rum. CORNETIST at liberty for fair en gagements, etc. Address H., W. An heier, Fargo, or phone 471-L. A YOUNG Japanese gentleman wishes position as cook or waiter best of references. Address 751, care Forum. DRUGGIST would like position can manage drug store give best of city references total abstainer. B. Finn son, 350 Beverley street, Winnipeg, Man. STENOGRAPHER—Two yeahs' ex perience, Smith-Premier machine, wishes to change from Minnesota to Dakota. Address S. P. T., Gen. Del., Fargo. A YOUNG MAN with some office ex perience, who understands shorthand and bookkeeping, desires a position as Stenographer, Address Box 467, Far go, N. D. HAYNES—HAYNES. THE NEW TOWN on the C. M. & St. P. line, in Adams county, North Dakota, is backed by us, and is sure to continue to grow there are open ings for several business houses, es pecially a bank, hotel and stores we have good homestead relinquishments and deeded land for sale come and see us. Wm. H. Brown Co., Haynes, North Dakota. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE. NICELY wooded cottage lots at Mid way park, where there is best pike fishing in Minnesota lots 50x200 feet. Now on sale on shore of Ottertail lake, 12 miles long with sandy beach finest lake in state lots will double in value yearly. For particulars write F. J. A. Larson, Battle Lake, Minn. FOR SALE—BOAT. FOR^ALTE—SbtteerT^oot^iu'^boatri^ in flrst-class condition. Call on or address E. G. Cox, Detroit. Minru HOSPITAL. MATERNITY Hospital competent nurses and best of care highest tes timonials from doctors and patients. Mrs. Jennie Camp.. 901 Tenth street south. Fargo. FOR SALE—THRE8HING RIG. FOR SALE—A complete threshing rig must be sold this will pay you to Investigate. 'Address Hugo Brueske, Wimbledon, N. D. CAMERA FOR SALE^ CEnTlTrY WILL TRADE. FOFTLAND, town property or horses, a 40x63 Reeves separator, all com plete, used twenty-five days. Write O. Cummings. Fin ley, N. D. FOR RENT—Cottage at Lake FURNISHED cottage for rent by the week, on Detroit lake. Apply John Wegt Detrolt Minn. MISCELLANEOUS. MEN'S WORN garments fill closets we pay cash and call for them. .N B.. Tel 1627-1. FOR 8ALE OR RENT. FOR RENT OR SALE—A new sht room housrt on Sixth avenue s. be tween Fourt«e*un and Fifteenth ats., one block from, stjrgfct car. 916 Ninth st QIRL WANTED—Vienna Bakery. DISHWASHER wanted hotel. Wlu'n You Want to Insert a "Want Ad," Phone 159S e««e«ag Ask For me "Want AT Department wsmtmesssem Stute your "W«nt Ad" and it will appear in the next isene of The Fargo Forum. The rate one cent aword first insertion one-half cent a word each consecutive insertion thereafter. A collector wttl aU tor U« P»J NO "WANT AD** WILL BE TAKEN FOB LESS THAN CENTS FARGO WANTS. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. at Prescott WANTED—Girl to wash dishes. Web ster hotel. WANTED—Scrubwoman. fectionery. Pirie's con- WANTED—Two good tray room girls at St. John's hospital. LOOSE leaf ledger sheets to fit any ledger. Knight Printing Co. WANTED—Cook for restaurant, good wages. D. E. Gillfs, Dazey, N. D. WANTED—Experienced girl for dry goods store. 609 Second avenue north WANTED—Girl to learn nursing, must not be lesB than 20 years old Darrow hospital, Moorhead. WANTED—Good girl for general housework. Mrs. W. B. Hancock, 401 Thirteenth street south. WANTED—Young lady of 16 or over to take care of office good salary. Call room 42, O'Neill block. WANTED—Good girl for general housework, small family. Mrs. D. B. Shotwell, 1108 Fourth avenue south. WANTED—Competent cook and sec ond girl, good wages to the right party. Mrs. L. B. Hanna, 901 Third avenue south. GIRLS WANTED for hotels IF the city, on fartns and In families best wages. Call on John Bolslad ft Con employment office, 414 Front street. Phone 151. WANTED dally, 100 persons, any age, to try our home pieserved cherry and strawberry sundaes. Kook*s Koolest and Kleanest place in the city, next door to postofflce. POSITION WANTED*—Female. A GOOD experienced dressmaker wants sewing in family by the day Address 1339 Second avenue south. POSITION as stwiograpner, by young lady has had no experience. 663, care Forum. OR NAMES of newspapers anywhere furnished free. Edwards Adv. Agen cy. Box 148, Fargo. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. MISS MARGARET GiOULD, public stenographer. Office Waldorf hotel. Phono 70. FOR EXCHANGE. $10,000 STOCK of dry goods to ex change for improved clear land, by owner. A. W. Heold,. 2517 Dupont avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. WILL EXCHANGE—One section of land in Kidder county, N. D., and a half-section in Foster county, N. for a clean stock of goods might put in some cash. Write E. J. Scharf, Dickinson, N. P. LUMBER AND WOOD. FO^^sXCE^LumbeT^^d of all kinds, at mill. H. O. Hagen, Peli can Rapids, Minn. R. F. D., No. 4. FOUND. FOUHO—Gold rim noae glasses with Call at Forum. FOUND—A wheel owner can have the same by proving property and paying for ad, Phone 762. FOUND—Bicycle, July 1 owner can have same by proving property and paying for this ad. Frank Hiland, at Frank Lynoh Co. LOST. LOST—Lady's brown jacket, on Front street, between N. P. depot and Fif teenth street. Finder return to 1540 Front street for reward INVESTMENTS. YOUR SHEARS don't cut clear to the point buy a pair of the Thomas Positive Tension shears and you will never use the old style again note the unlimited guarantee the Thomas Mte. Co. guarantee that thesa shears will not need sharpening and further guarantee that they will exchange a ne v pair of shears for an old pair whenever you want them to do so. COUPON. Please forward to me full de scription and price of your self sharpening shears. Name Town .........»•««•••••*• State s panoramic circuit camera and outfit, 6%-inch will take a pic ture six feet long cheap for cash. Louis Golden. Wasthope, N. D. SALESMEN WANTED. WANTED—Two flrst-class clothing salesmen. Apply Philadelphia Clothing store. FARGO WANTS. ROOM AND BOARD OFFEREOl^ BOARD—With or without room. En quire 406 Eighth street south. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with board. 809 -6 Mercantile Investment Co., Distrib uting Agents, Sykeston, N. IX FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Fresh milch cow. 406 Eighth street south. FOR SALE—Piano, worth $500 when new leading make, good condition must sell at once will accept $125. 745, care Forum. TIMOTHY HAY stumpage for sale 160 acres near Moorhead Normal school first crop, good stand, big money in hay this year, as crop is short all kinds of feed high. Apply W, H. Davy, Moorhead, Minn. FOR SALE on crop payments, 50,000 acres of good farming land in west ern Canada, at from $12 to $26 per acre, on crop payments write me for full particulars. H. Amerland, 007 N P. avenue. Fargo, N. D. BUY. SELL OR EXCHANGE. WE EXCHANGE new furniture for old furniture. Gate City Furniture Co., 810 Front street. Phone 178-L. BUY, SELL A EXCHANGE—New and second hand furnitu*« and stoves goods sold on installment jilan. Hart stein, 402 Front street. Phone 1*1. WILL SELL or trade for an auto, dark bay, full blooded Clyde stal lion, 10 years old, weighing 1.800 pouds- Herbert i*. CHur». Garrison, U' .*• Third avenue north. FOR RENT—Furnished Rooms, N. ROOMS for rent Knerr block. FOR RENT—Suite of front rooms. En quire Duncan block. FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms. 24 Ninth street north. NICE furnished room tn all modern house, for gentleman. #07 Tooth street north. FURNISHED room for rent RENT— In TWO very desirable Hodgson, Phone 125. new modern house, on car line. 622 Tenth avenue north. FOR RENT—Furnished, two or three rooms for light housekeeping. 716 Seventh avenue north^ MODERN, sanitary, furnished rooms, by day, week or month coraor S©c ond avenue and Broadway. Phone 159S. J. Hooker. Continental. FOR RENT—Rooms Furnished, 8. 8. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. 1423 First avenue south. Mrs. Knowlton. FOR RENT—Rooms for light house keeping, on first floor. 3 Fourteenth street south. FOR RENT—Newly furnished front room, strictly modern on car line. 914 Fifth avenue south. Phono lQoa. niod- FOR BOUlh. Furnished rooms era house, 19 Tenth street Phone 1049-J. Three blocks west of N. P. depot FOR RENT—Furnished Rooms. FOR^RENT^TwT^fur^ modern house housekeeping per mitted. Phone 1307-L. FOR RENT—Flat. flats. W. D. TWO strictly modern flats for rent, Aug. 1. Cook Block, 228 Broadway. FOR RENT—Four-room flat, over Green's market. Enquire at Green s. FOR RENT—Two-room flat with bath and large clothes closet, steam heat and hot water. Porrit flats. Phone 374. FOR RENT—Four-room flat, after Aug. 15 modern except heat, south side. Arthur E. Cannon, Hagen's Jew elry store. MODERN four-room fiat with four extra rooms to rent rental of extra rooms will pay entire rent on Broad way. Address Box 623 or call at No. 8 road way FOR RENT—Furnished^Hous»-^S.^S. PwANT~to rent a furnished house, south side, from October until June. Seth W. Richardton. HOUSE FOR SALE, FOR SaL&—New seven-room house, on south side east front, full base ment, iight^, bath and sewer. *11 Ninth street south. Phone 1342-J. FOR SALE CHEAP—A good modern HOUSES FOR ""oi FARGO WANTS. FOR 8ALE—Household Goods. FOR 8ALE—A folding bed. wardrobe. combination book case and desk. 324 Fifth street north. Phone 1257-J. FOR SALE—All my household furni ture, piano, coal and gas ranges, rugs, mattresses, etc., will be one sale during the next two weeks, at my resi dence. Ill Eighth street south. Mrs. J. D. Henning. 9 room house in Island Paris, one-half block from car line fine lawn, shade trees, good barn, lot 75x300 feet price for short time only, $4,000 terms upon application. H. Ameriaud, 601. N. P. avenue, Fargo. N. D. __________ ANNOUNCEMENTS, invitations and programmes. Knight Printing Co. FOR RENT—Eight room house, ga-s stove and furnace corner Thirteenth street and Seventh avenue south. Call 350-J after 6 p. m.. or office. 929. FOR RENT, by J. B. Folsom, two modern flats, four rooms each very conveniently located one six-room house with stable, $17 one twenty room boarding or lodging house, mod ern. FOR RENT—House and Barn. FOFT RENT^House and barn, on Eighth avenue and Second street north. John Wandmaker. FOR RENT—OFFICE8. OFFICE rooms for rent, suitable for dentist or doctor. 614 Front street. FOR RENT —one-rooia office, travel ing man preferred. H. A. Davidson. Suite 20 and 21. Huntington block. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 154-ACRE FARM, four miles from Moorhead improved, seeded and rented, for equity in lots or house and lot, in Fargo. 404 Eighth street, Moor head. WANTED TO RENT. Furnished House. FURNISHED house or flat, by family of three adults, for two months or more. from Sept. 1. Address 738, care Forum. FOR SALE—MUSIC BOXES. I HAVE a large* number of Regina music boxes in flrst-class condition, up-to-date styles range from $70 to $300 this price is a great reduction I have been over stocked and must sell these machines are suitable for use in public places, such as hotels, lunch rooms, etc., are operated with nickel in-the-Blot or penny-in-the-slot at tachments they will pay for them selves in a short time twelve tune sheets accompany each machine. Ad dress 725. care Forum. MONEY LOANED to honest employes, holding permanent positions, strictly confidential. Loans or. furniture, pianos, etc., on the installment plan. W. Q. Mahon, 106 Broadway, Suite 6, Hunt ington block. WANTED TO BUY. WANTED—Roll top desk and 218 Broadway. chair. WE PAY CASH and call for men's w*fa gwinstti*. 1 Ninth iy .-i flgirWl FOR SALE. Baby cab. Phone 926-1* FOR SALE or 926-L-2. FOR SALE—One-horse water and route. 1101 Fourth street south. NEW and second haa4 furniture and stores. $10 Front street. Phon# 1780. FOR SALE—Victor talking machine, very cheap. Call at 616 Second street north. FOR SALE—1x140, $4 I have 100 feet at that price. 1 block from car line. 680, care Forum. FOR SALE—wo potato Planters in good condition. Address S. McHen ry, Harwood, N. D. FOR SALL—Nice, clean, old papers. Packages of 60 for 10 cents, 169 fuC 2& cents, at Forum office. FOR SALE—One span gray mares, 6 years old, weight 2,850. Address Lewis Hicks, Hlckson, N. D. GOLDBERG'S reeo will make your hurae smile, happy women make bread from Goldberg's flour. Phone 1146-L. No. 818 Front street. ^OR SALE—A tew ot those celebrated amts of Forum dishes. (6 pays fof the set and The Daily H»um six months in advance—if your arrearages are paid. FOR SALE—Cass county maps, show ing names of owners of every quar ter section price reduced to i»0 cent# for paper, $1 for cloth back*. Address fyrum Printing Co.. FargJ. FOR 8ALE or exchange for hors«, cow, lot, or anything I can use, jk flrst-claas, nearly new, peanut anp and corn popping machine. Address No. 749, Forum office. FOR SALE—L. C. Smith shot gun, grade 36, Monte Carlo stock, Sllvetlf recoil pad, 30 bbl. ejector, brass clean lng rod. case, shell case everything complete, good as new a bargain. Ad dress A. T. Helgesen, Crookston, Minn. SEVERAL good improved farms ia northwestern North Dakota, for saw or exchange for income Pr°P®rtF» stocks of goods or land in Red Rlvw valley also Red River valley land for exchange for stocks of goods or incortl# property. Address Sprague Land Cfc» Kiefer Block, Moorhead, Minn. FOR SALE—A complete threshjng outfit in good condition one 20 horse J. I. Case plain traction englnji,** one ,12-barrel tank, one 3 4 bkan® wagon, one J. I. Case, 36-inch cylinder, 38"inch rear, stipurcitori Pardon 160-foot drive belt, high box grata weigher and loader, attached Russell geared blower the outfit can be seen in Max, N. D., on lots west of LarsMl meat market. For easy terms seei write C. S. Miles, Max, N. D., or En terprise, Max, N. D. .k. BUSINESS CHANCE. WANTED—Location for printing of lice. Box 415, Wyndmere, N. D. FOR SALE—A flrst-claas hotel a*4 three lots. Apply at once, Frai|)t Hyatt, McKenzie, N. D. FOR SALE—Only drug store in to#U of 300, doing good business reason for selling, owner desires to retire from retail business. 760, care Forum. FOR SALE—Hotel and furniture, all complete and new in good, small town cheap If sold at onoe. 744, coin* Forum. MUST SELL at once, by owner, tin easy terms, the only hotel in county seat, all correspondence promptly ans wered. Address J. J. Peiu, Fomiaft, N. Dak. WILL SACRIFICE the beat country weekly for a low price if buyer found at once, as 1 have other interest* to which I must attend at once. Box J&, Kiamer, N. D. FOR SALE—Lunch room, soft drinks and coniectionery store, doing good business sickness reason for selling price $i«0, a bargain. Address H. J&> Carr, Davenport, N. D. FOR SALE for cash, or trade for real estate, a fine large stock in a har ness shop in eastern N. D., enjoying a large trade. Write or inquire W North Dakota Harness Co., Fargo, JJ. D. FOR SALE BY OWNER—Only laun dry in city of 3,500, with: 300-mile agency territory moaern equipment excellent business, no competition reason for selling, sickness. Key Box 2, Williston, N. Dak^ FOR SALE—Meat inarfcet only stooy In wide awakb N. D. town every tiling new la't JuQ6*, buUdiui, ic4g, All kinds of tools, team, wagon and sie4s, cleared $2,200 since opening. must sell t4tu account of sickness. For particulars jwidress C. E. Larson. Almont. N. P. FOR SALE—A first-class county week ly newspaper with job outfit, located la Cass county and on a paying basis $700 worth of good accounts go with the purchase price a good choice for a practical printer with a little money $600 buys the plant if taken at once. Write for particulars, 748, care Forum. BUSINESS CHANCE—Wanted, part ner with $300 to buy half interest in business paying $300 per month must devote full time to work this will stand a thorough investigation open evenings. Call room 42 O'Neflll block. A NEWSPAPER SNAP. WELL ESTABLISHED newspa •$ per on new Milwaukee coast & extension, doing $200 a month business, for sale ridiculously & cheap for cash, if taken at once $ owner has other interests which prevent proper handling of this 4 paper. Address Q. $ Hettinger, N. D. •. 7$ L» Hurd, $ 8 S $ LAUNDRY WORK WANTED, WANTED—Laundry wont will call for and deliver satisfaction guaran- v% ufcd. Phone 954-J or address 41* treet north.