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MOTALK CASE BAFFLES
Continued from
been mentioned and that he does not
know where Mrs. Williams is, though
He believes that she Is still at the
Hotel Brighton.
Roberts Is Near Death.
A^ntlc City, N. J., Aug. SI.—
paries B. Roberts, jr., of Baltimore,
the victim of the affair that Is prov
ing so baffling to the Atlantic City
police lies In the city hospital hover
ing between life and death. Pending
the result of his abdominal wound the
authorities are almost at a standstill.
In the event of his recovery they are
hopeful that he may be lead into a
satisfactory explanation of the affair,
while in the case of his death more
powerful means of inquiry will be put
Into their hands to get at the bottom
•f the now closely guarded secrets.
Chief of Police Malcolm Woodruff
discussed the case with apparent
frankness today: "Despite reports to
the contrary," he said "we have not
changed our line of inquiry, and so
far as we, In this city are concerned,
we have neither sought a blood-rela
tive of Mrs. W. S. G. Williams, the
"«oman who was with Roberts at the
time he was called from his rolling
chair and shot on the boand ^*alk, nor
have we made any inquiries as to his
whereabouts. I have as yet received
no report from Baltimore that satis
fied me with the result of the investi
gations In that city. I believe Balti
more police could clear up the ques
tion of Mr. Williams' whereabouts on
the night of the shooting In a con
vincing manner and In a very short
while If they chose to do so. But we
•re not getting the complete co-opera
tion that we had hoped for. I under
stand that a near relative of Mrs.
Williams ig connected with the Balti
more police board. I do not know
that this has any effect upon the ia
restlgation."
Polios Resent Statements.
The Atlantic City police resent the
statements of the friends of Mr. Rob
Mrs. Williams is surrounded by se^
eral members of her family who are
denying her to all visitors. One of
I!
WE EYES ON VI. VOTE
ontlnued from Page Oft#.
the *ast to renewed energy in trying
to arouse enthusiasm and interest.
Republicans Fear Over-confidence.
Over-confidence on the part of re
publicans In the east is. the thin*
ivhich the managers of the national
tampaign are trying to guard against.
Chairman Hitchcock has found a dis
position on the part of eastern state
managers of the republican campaign
to claim everything and advise that
the real work be dona In
states.
To a large exteht Mr. Hitchcock
shares this view but at the same time
has urged that there be nd Let-up In
the vigor of the eastern campaign.
Senator Hale of Maine Charles
Brooker of Connecticut^, Senator
Crane of Massachusetts an^f a number
of others prominent In national re
publican councils, have advised that
Just as earnest work be done by the
national committee in the eastern
states as though every state were re
garded as in doubt. President Rooate
Velt is reported to have told the offic
ials of the congressional campaign
committee who called on him at Oys
ter Bay a few days ago, that the wax
to prevent political apathy from get
ting a hold on the voters is to keep it
out of mi#' Alcal headquarters. It is
lilralv Vie»• tVtA aovm*
I'kely, uiore, that the campaign in
|he east will be every bit as br!sk as
\n the west, where it is known that
tfie race will be close.
Open Speeches Sept, 18,,
The speaking campaign throughout
the entire country will open about
Bept. 15, and from that time on politi
cal rallies will closely follow each
tther In every state where there Is
the slightest doubt as to the result.
Another test of sentiment will come
with the Maine election on Sept. 10.
The speaking campaign there has been
£oing on for more than a week and
freat interest has been shown. The
fepublleans do not expect to get as
large a plurality as they did four
years ago, but are struggling to secure
from 12,000 to 15,000, which the state
Republican leaders term their normal
Murality.
Second-hand goods bought and sold.
I. C. Lally. 610-612 First avanu*
aorth. Fargo. Phons 472-L.
•. &
BliffALO, $14.00
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS I
ATTOflNiYS.
BARNKTT ttiUfiARDSON. ATTOR
neys at Law. Office*. 4 ana 6 Norton
building, Broadway.
ItOBEHTS, ALUUaTUS, HMNDEKiiQN
block, ttroaawu}, Fargo, fro bate prac
tice a specialty.
rURNiCK, 11. U., ATTORN®* AT LAW.
OCIcm la Edwards building, Broadway.
1'rac-tlct-s iu all court*.
MlLLiitU, hli.Stti v., aTTOUNBV AN
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Counselor at Juaw. Over Vargo National
Bautt mock, fcargo.
UOiilNSUN, a. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ttia u'rout street, uarjfo. .Practices iu uii
courts, lux canes a special
Front. Office bouts, 3 to U and 7 to it
P. Oa.
UNDERTAKERS.
AND L1CBNSED EMBALMER—FUNBR
al Supplies. J. F. Rice, 8 South &ce*d*
way. 051c* south of Moody's store.
PIANO TUNER.
PROF. WM. KLIM 'KK, 714 NINTH AVSHUl
Booth. Expert ti nin and repairing
A BUSY WEEK FOR FLEET
Continued from Pt|« One.
vr&y bf formal entertainments having
been arranged for the visitors, but
__ nevertheless those who came ashore
erts and of the Williams family that from the warships managed to spend
their refusal to accept the robber the
ory is due to their pealousy of Atlan
tic City's good name. They declare
that with what meagre material they
are able to hear, they are going ahead
with the investigation along lines that
seem rational to them.
her brothers, Thomas De Ford, is was I through Collins street to St. Patrick's
said here today, is still at Narragan- cathedral, where pontificial mass was
sett Pier and is auoted as saying that i held at noon. The American blue jack
the first intimation he had of the ets and marines were preceded by
nhootlng was in a Chicago paper last! 2,000 cadets and a number of bands
Thursday. He had gone to Chicago were in the procession. The streets
Tuesday, he said, on a matter of bus!- I were thronged with spectators, who
ness. He also accuses the Atlantic
1
City pollc« of refusing for professional Special Services Held.
reasons to entertain the robber theory
which he declared appeared to him as
the only tenable One.
The chief figures in the shooting and
the attending investigation are m^,ng
the prominent members of Baltimore's
most exclusive social sets. Their
family connections, it too is said, is
intended far back in the lineage of
Maryland's oldest families.
some enjoyable hours driving and
sightseeing. Seventeen military trains
arrived Sunday morning from the va
rious centers throughout the country,
bringing into Melbourne a large body
of cavalry, which will participate in
the grand review on Thursday.
Twenty-five hundred men of the
ships were given shore leave Sunday,
of which one thousand marched
gave the men a hearty welcome.'
Special services were Held in all the
Protestant churches and later the
Melbourne Automobile club In one
hundred cars took the officers of the
fleet to view the points *0f interest in
the city and the suburbs. t)urlng the
course of the afternoon numerous pri
vate entertainments werej given.
The pulpit of St. Patrick's cathedral
was occupied Sunday evening by the
Hev. Father Gleeson, chaplain of the
Connecticut and the congregation ov
erflowed the edifice. Services In the
ither churches were also well attend
td.
WRIGHT BROTHERS AEROPLANE
Continued from Page One.
most of which has originated in the
fertile brains of newspaper corres
pondents, that the world has received
an entirely erroneous conception not
only of the airship itself, but of the
Wright brothers.
The Wright brothers have undoubt-
western' ®dly *lven newspaper men very little
-satisfaction as regards interviews and
have in the past conducted secret
tests of their machine. Further than
this they have had a distinct aversion
to photographs being taken of the ma
chine. it is now claimed, however, by
msn who have met and talked with
the cold-blooded individuals we have
been lad to believe. On the contrary,
their machine is now confidently on
exhiibtlon In their shbp at Dayton, O.,
and no secrecy whatever is maintain
ed. They are4 very courteous and de
vote considerable time to explaining
the machine, which Is open for In
spection.
The Wright brothers are patient
waiters, but they believe, like Edison,
that "all things come to him who
hustles while he waits," and they have
certainly done this. No better example
of men with a fixed purpefse, working
to a common end along a definite line.
Is known that the Wright brothers.
Tears ago they started out with their
gliding machines and today the photo
graphs show the same style of glid
ing plans, with ft few additional em
bellishments, which their experiments
have shown necessary. They have
studied the proposition thoroughly and
are the best posted men on aerial nav
igation in the world. It is a pleas
ure to Americana to feel that In this
Important field of discovery her sons
are in the lead and should the resullts
of Fort Myer bear out the conservative
statements of the inventors, there will
be added to American laurels a glory
of which we are all Justly proud.
Bee® Laxative Cough Syrup always
brings quick relief to coughs, colds,
hoarseness, whooping-cough and all
bronchial and throat trouble. Mothers
especially recommend it for children.
Pleasant to take, gently laxative. Sfld
by McDonald Drug Co.
Excursion
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D., S. S. & A. Ry.
4~Fall Excnrsk»ns-4
V?a St learners of the Detroit snd OewelauA Nsvlg*
tion Co. Leaving Duluth 5:20 P. M., Sept. g, ll, 16 and 18. 1908
TftlFHA Limits —Tickets sold for Excursions of
lULLUU, i & v Sept. oth and nth, good for reiura leaving
HFVH&ND til 50 Detroit Oct. 2nd.
rts.i i i 1 i i k e s s o o E u s i o n o S e 1 6 a n
go«!
Bulletin
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uh Oct. «th.
For sleeping car ^nd »tesrntr ri l.--v
A. JL PEKKIN, Gen'l Agent
430 West Superior bt., £uiuth.
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17.
KMfc.tt.lsON 11. HMiiii, aXXORNKX,
Commercial tfank mn.uiug, e urge. Prac
tices ilk an court*. Particular given
10 prubatmi: t-Htutea.
PHYSiCiANS.
Dtt. V. J. I'm a
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CI AN AND
burgeon. OQtoe over jutcx^onald iru*
Co. Fbone
LK. C. N. CALLANDER, PHYSICIAN
aud Surgeon, oftice uekendrecie blocii.
Ueurs, 11 to 12, a to a, 7 to «. Tele
phone 34o-K., otfice 3*o-l,, ittsideiice.
Kargo, JN. L.
UK. A. C. MORRIS, PHYSICIAN AND
Burgeon. Office over WUser s drug store, I
006 Front street. Hours: 0 to u, U to 1
&, and 7 to 8. iciepaOne MH«£-L,
office 1043-K, residence.
DR. PALL SOKKNiiSS, PSl'SICIAN
aud burgeon. Uttiee tblrd floor Edwards
balding, Fargo.
DAKHOW A W1EBLE, PHYSICIANS
and Surgeons. Offices deLendrecie
block, corner Seventh street aoutn aud
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WE HAVE
O S A E
Resident
Modern
Cats County Farms
Lake Melissa Property
Southern Alberta Farai
and Hancb Lands
Prices and Terms Right 5
MONEY TO LOAN
Cull and See lis
E. EDDY & SON
Phone 941-L
Roan 3, N.
P.
Block, Fargo.
FARGO WANTS.
^^^BUSlNESS CHANCE.
BUSINESS CHANCE—To add capital
to Wti.. established bu&me&s in t*ai
go vviu pay good dividends.
so:«, care iargo Forum.
FOR SALE—A hotel and livery stable
doing good business in a live town.
Best on rfcaso'K tar selling. Farmers'
Land Co., Hamilton, N. D.
MUSi bcLL at once, by owner, on
easy terms, tne only hotel in county
seat, alx correspondence promptly ans
wered. Address J. J. Pelts. ITorman,
iN. Dale
FOR SALE—Pool hall in good N. D.
town only pool hail in town three
tables, plenty at business good rea
son for gelling. W. J. Hlggens, Me
dina, N. D.
FOR RENT—The Sibley hotel, has 40
rooms, furnlsned throughout, steam
heat good stand for energetic, sober
landlord. Enquire of S. J£. Kepler,
Dawson, N. D.
WILL SACRIFICE the best country
weekly for a iow juice if buyer
founa at once, as i Juavvj ckIut interests
to whicn I must attead at once. Box
B, Kramer, N. i.
FIRST-CLASS opening for 15 or 20
room hotel, in live town 'of 300 good
transient and locai support assured
hustling hotel man. For further par
ticulars address Commercial Club,
McVille, N. D.'
FOR SALE BY OWNER—Only laun
dry in city of 3,ou0, with 300-mile
agency territory modern equipment
excellent business, no competition
reason for selling, sickness. Key Sox
2, Williston, N. Dak.
WANTED—Good steady physician to
take advantage of best location in
state, will sell or rent going abroad
for post-graduate course about first
of year. Dr. Baccarrach, M. £., Fin
ley, N. D.
FOR SALE—One-half Interest In my
established photograph business,
paying over 600 per cent profit a
golden chanc® for a willing worker.
Photographer, No. 1, Huntington
Block, Fargo, N. D.
DRUG STORE for sale in good town
in northwestern North Dakota, per
mit in connection will pay for itself
In one year, take about $2,v00 to nan
die good reasons for selling. Ad
dress 804, care Forum.
FOR SALE—Moat market only sbop
In wido awaks K. D. town every
thing DJW last June building, ic«, all
kinds of tools, team, wagon and si«4s
cleared $2,200 since opening must s*U
oq account ot sickness. For particulars
address C. J£- Larson. Alxnont, K. D.
FOR SALE—Four head good horses,
1 patent dump wagon, 1 common
gear wagon with dump boards, 2 sets
good harness winter's Job in Fargo
guaranteed outfit worth $1,500, will
sell for )1,200. Address 79S, care Fo
rum.
BUSINESS CHANCE—The town of
Cleveland, N. D. being in great need
of a hotel, I will offer my cement block
building 30x66 ft at a bargain and
upon easy terms to some good party
that will come and open a hotel. Only
hotel in town and a fine business guar
anteed. Address, Frank L. Kellogg,
Cleveland, N. D-
RESTAURANT for sale, with ten
rooms In connection one of the best
paying propositions in the state of
Minnesota, will seat sixty, located
Eighty miles from Fargo big crops
this will stand the closest investiga
tion good reasons for selling easy
terms to right parties. Address 801,
care Forum.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
ANNOUNCEMENTS, Invttattoas and
programmes. Knight Printing Co.
FOR RENT—Five-room house, fur
nished, at 1328 Fourth avenue north.
FOR RENT Eight-room, modern
house in Island Park. Inquire 340
Seventh avenue south.
FOR RENT—New six-room house, $10
a month. 1516 First avenue north.
Call at 203 Sixteenth street south.
FOR RENT—Lower part of house,
containing four hard wood finish
rooms, pantry and basement
THE FABGO FORTJM AHD DAILY EKPTTBLICAH, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST H* 1908.
Estate You Want
also
good cistern and city water and wood
shed. M8 Third itroet north En
quire Mrs. Foster, 890 Seventh street
south.
TWELVE TONGUES CAN TELL
HOW JOHN D. OOT RICH.
Tork, Aug. si John D.
Rockefeller's autobiography will be
printed in 18 languages. Such were
the statements of C. N. Doubleday of
Doubleday, Page St Co., who has just
returned from Europe, where he made
arrangements for ths simultaneous
publication in Europe of John D.'s
autobiography.
According to Doubleday, there, is no
prejudice existing abroad against the
Standard Oil. i
Will Interest Many.
Every person should know that good
health is impossible If the kidneys are
deranged. Foley's Kidney Remedy
will cure kidney and bladder disease
In every form, and will build up and
strengthen these organs so they will
perform their functions rOperly. No
langer of Bright'a disease or diabetes
If Foley's Kidney Remedy is taH«tt In
tlm*. H. H. Casselman.
Miles StandHK,
Finest and mnaest 10-cent etg**.
FARGO WANTS.
HELP WANTED—MALE.
HAVE Knight Priatlng Co. print It.
WANTED—An experienced fruit man.
T. E. Yerxa.
WANTED—Young man. Gail room 20,
612 Front street.
WANTED—Railroad laborers for Mon
tana, free fare ship ©vury day. I*
H. Olsson. 312 Front street.
WANTED-—Men for threshing at once.
$2.50 per day. Maxson's Employ
ment Agency, Devils Lake, N. D.
PRINTER WANTED—A good steady
man for weekly paper, write or wire
at once, Kermit News, Kermit, N. D.
FIRST CLASS barber wanted 8-t once
steady Job to good man, $16, half
over $26. Glen H. Hicks, Holla, N. D.
WANTED—You$g man who is willing
to work splendid chance for right
party. Enquire Contractor J. W.
Hodges.
WANTED—A German speaKing phar
macist, registered In North Dakota.
Apply at once to Wood Drug Cc„
Gladstone. N. Dak.
WANTED AT ONcl"! good, steady
physician to take advantage of best
opening in state. Address J. W. Nee
hani, Finley, N. D.
COMBINATION bookkeeper and sten
ographer, male only, wanted at once
must be efficient. Apply P. F. Timlin,
Humm Brewing Co., Moorhead, Minn.
WHITE porter for pool hall at Bis
marck, N. D. must be neat and
clean, and understand porter work
good wages. Address W. H. Canning,
Bismarck. N. D.
WANTED at once, a first-class black
smith must be good plowsmith and
able to do all kinds of blacksmithlng
and horseshoeing good wages. E. S.
Moe. Cathay, N. D.
WANTED—Registered assistant drug
clerk good position for a good man
give full particulars and state salary
wanted In first letter. McDonald &
Pomrov. Dickinson, N. D.
COME SOUTH—Demand for help
greater than the supply, pay when
position is secured stamp for partic
ulars. Atlanta Employment Exchange,
Century Building, Attenta, Ga.
WANTED—A printer, flaying a slide
trombone or clarlmt excellent op
portunity for man who cs»n double in
vi lin for dance musi.i steady Job,
115 per week. Address A. H. Brown,
Band Leader, Rolla, N. D.
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. box 315, St. Paul, Minn.
AGENTS WANTED.
ATTENTION AG EN S Mexican
drawn work waist patterns, latest
novelty out better than the pongees
ever were unlimited possibilities men
and women making $10 a day crew
managers $25 get busy before too late.
Write today for samples and exclusive
agency. H. GOLDBERG & SONS, IM
PORTERS, OMAHA. NEBRASKA.
SALESMEN WANTED.
WAkNTED TWO SALESMEN
MUST HAVE GOOD PERSONAL
ITY AND ADDRESS, ONLY -MEN
CAPABLE OF EARNING LARGE
SALARY .AND HANDLING HIGH
GRADE PROPOSITIONS NEED AP
PLY, BETWEEN 6 AND 8 TONIGHT
AND 8:30 TO 10 TUESDAY. CALL
ROOM 35. WALDORF HOTEL.
POSITIONS WANTED-MALE.
WE MAKE the bes. flat opeiur.g blank
books. Knlgnt Printing Co.
WANTED—Bookkeeping work, after
noons
and evenings. Call 1181-J.
WANTED AT ONCE—Position by
butcher, experienced. L. Harris,
Fargo.
PRINTER—All around printer wants
position in newspaper or Job office
csn deliver the goods state wages In
first letter. 811, care Forum.
OFFICE WORK wanted by young
man. Experienced in real estate and
insurance. Would consider reasonable
salary. Can furnish reference. Ad
dress" 772. care Forum.
POSITION WANTED--£^jiMKMtfifl.
WANTED, by man 'a2d^wife, without
children, cook car for threshing
must be reliable party and good wages.
Address 792, care Forum.
HOSP1TAU
MATERNITY Hospital competent
nurses and best of care highest tes
timonials from doctors and patients.
Mrs. Jennie Camp. 901 Tenia strset
south, Fargo.
FOR SALE on crop payments, 50,000
acres of good farming land in west
ern Canada, at from 112 to J25 per
acre, on crop payments write me tot
full particulars. H. Amerland, 607 JN
P. avenue. Fargo, N. D.
200 wild and Improved farms for sale,
in the park regions of Minnesota,
prairie or timber crop failures un
known the home of tame grasses
best dairy country on earth, cheap
fuel, best of soil the place to enjoy
life and make money. For further
particulars write Harris Land Co.,
Osakis, Minn.
FOR RENT—OFFICES.
FOR RENT—Suite of office rooms, over
Kdward's Jewelry store. Phone 672-L
OFFICE rooms for rent, suitable for
dentist or doctor. 614 Front street.
FOR RENT —On*-rtK«r office, travel
ing man preferred- M. A. Davidson.
Suite 20 and SI. Huntington block.
HOUSEHOLD HEADQUARTERS.
rU^^r^C^NG^ew and
B€.or,o. utirid furn'tur.- aud staves
goo4s .-old
-,n
ins'sUmeiu 11I&11 Kurt'
gtein, 402 Front street. Phone 181.
FOR STATE NEWS R8&S FORUM.
7
to Insert
the
For
State yemr "Want Ad" and k will appear im tke next ksoe oI The Faxgo
WO *WANT AW* WILL
FARGO WANTS.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
WANTED—Young lady. Call room 10,
612 Front street.
WANTED—a kitchen girl. Inquire at
Aaker's Busin««s College,
LOOSE leal ledger sbfreu u tt any
ledger. Knight Printing Co»
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. 737 Third street north.
WANTED at once, second cook, laun
dry girl and dlahwasher. Prescott
hotel.
WANTED—Good girl for general
housework, 812 Tenth street north,
north.
WANTED—Good girl for general
housework. Mrs. Morton Page, 607
E road way.
WANTED—Good girl for general
housework. Mrs. M. O'Donnell, 811
First avenue south.
WANTED—Competent girl, general
housework. Mrs. A- i. Gehm, 1018
Fifth street north.
WANTED—Good girl for general
housework. Mrs. S. F. Crabbe, 1336
Third avenue south.
WANTED At once, apprentice girls
for dressmaking shop. Rooms 75
and 77, Stern block.
WANTED—Cook and second girt good
wages. Mrs. J. C. Hunter, 803
Eighth street south.
HOUSEKEEPER wanted, good wages.
For particulars address Thos. Heth
erington, St. Thomas, N. D.
WANTED—Good girl for general
housework. Apply Mrs. F, J, Camp
bell, 1202 Third avtmae south.
WANTED—Good girl for general
housework, small family. Mrs. D. B.
Shotwell, 1108 Fourth avenue south.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work, good wages. Apply Mrs. A.
W. Edwards. 623 Seventh street south.
WANTED—Competent girl for gener
al housework, four in family. En
quire Savings & Loan, No. 11 Broad
way.
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework small bouse, small fam
ily, big wages. Enquire 614 Front
street.
WANTED—A good all around girl for
general housework. Call phone
697-L-2 for appointment ask for Mr.
Thompson.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work must.be able to wash and Iron
well. Mrs. D. D. Sullivan, 812 First
avenue south.
WANTED—Salesgirl for dry goods,
millinery and cloaks must be ex
perienced and furnish references
good salarv to the right party. H. W.
KifT, Lisbon. N. D.
WANTED daily, 100 persons, any age.
to try our home pi*served cherry
shd strawberry sundaes. Kook's
Koolest and Kleanest place in the city,
next door to nostoffllce.
POSITION WANTED—FemsU
WANTED—Work by the day at wash
ing, scrubbing, etc. Address 719
Twelfth street north.
YOUNG lady stenographer with ex
perlence wants position can give
references. Box 802, Forum office.
A GOOD experienced dressmaker
wants sewing in family by the day.
Address 1339 Second avenue south.
AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER wish
es position. Can furnish best of
references. Address 805, care Forum.
POSITION WANTED—By registered
assistant pharmacist. Can give best
of references. Address 774, care For
um.
CAMERA FOR SALE.
CENTURY panoramic circuit camera
and outfit, 6M, -inch will take a pic
ture six feet long cheap for cash.
Louis Golden, W*sthope, fl. D.
HOUSE FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Six-room, new house
pantry, hall, bathroom, full base
ment on north side. Address 812
Fargo Forum.
FOR SALE—New seven-room hous4,
on south side east front, full base
ment lights, bath and sewer. 911
Ninth street south. Phone 1842-J.
FOR SALE CHEAP—A good modern I
room house in Island Park, one-half
block from car lino fine lawn, shade
trees, good barn, lot 75x300 feet prict
for short time only, $4,000 term* upon
application. H. Amerland. 07 .N. P.
avenue, Fargo. N. D.
LUMBER AND WOOD.
FOR SALE—Lumber ana wood of all
kinds, at mill. H. O. H&gen, Peli
can Rapias, Minn. It. F. D.. No. 4.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO BUY—Small restaur
ant. Address SOS, care Forum.
GOOD, active family driving horse, S
to 10 years old, weight about 1,100.
Address 807, care Forum, giving de
scription and price.
SALARY A FURNITURE LOANS.
MONEY LOANED to honest employee,
holding permanent positions, strictly
confidential. Luwis or. furniture, pianos,
etc., on the lu«talim«nt plan. W, Q.
Mahon, 101 Broadway, Suite «, Hunt
ington block.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE or exchange, S. E. 28
139-48. Address Irving Payne,
Rockefeller, 111.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—We have
a well improved ftrm of 320 acres
near a goco town. We will exchange
for anything that can be turned into
cash. Farmers' Land Co., Hamilton,
N. D.
AYN ES—HAYN E8.
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 sevfiral business housen es
pecially a bank, hwif-J and stores, we
have gi»od homestead relinquishments
and deeded la*vd for sale, come and
rse us. Wm.
H. Brown Co,
North Dakota,
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Wi( half cent a word escla consecutive insertion thereafter.
Haynes,
"Want
"Want Ad" Department
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TAKEN FOE LESS THAN W CWW
FAKiiO WANTS.
ROOM AND BOARD OFFERED.
FOR RENT— Furnished rooms with
board. 809 Third avenue north.
FOR RENT—Furnished Rooms, N. S-
ROOMS tor rent Knsrr block.
FURNISHED ROOM for rent, 211
Fifth street north.
FOR RENT—Modern furnishsd r«Mkoas.
*4 Ninth ,street north.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room.
711 Seventh street north.
GOOD, clean furnished rooms for
rent in the Dixon block.
FOR RENT—Furnished room In nioa
ern house. 608 Fifth street north.
FOR RENT—Furnished room, modern
house. Enquire 228 Roberts street.
FOR RENT—One furnished room
lady preferred, lit Fourth street
north.
FOR RENT—Furnished room, modern,
702 Broadway phone 1182-J
FURNISHED rooms in modern house
for rent. $02 Tenth street north.
Phone 1536-J.
FOR RENT—Furnished room gen
tleman preferred. 16 Ninth street
north. Phone 610.
FOR RENT—Large front room on
first floor, suitable for a couple
board If desired. 810 Ninth street
north. Phone 338-L.
FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms,
in new modern house, on car line,
for light housekeeping if wanted. 622
Tenth avenue north.
FOR RENT—Rooms Furnished, S. 8.
FOR RENT, room furnished, modern
houtse. 406 Eighth street south.
FOR RENT—rmrnisned rooms. 14it
First avenos south Mrs. Kaowlion.
FOR RENT—Fine furnished room in
strictly modern house. 917 First
avenue south.
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod
ern house on car line, near high
school. 780, care Forum.
FOR RENT—Two newly furnished
front rooms, strictly modern on car
line. 914 Fifth avenue south. Phone
1063.
FOR RENT—Pleasant, nicely furnish
ed, modern front room in quiet home,
at 423 Tenth street south. Gentleman
preferred.
FOR RENT—Unfurnished Rooms, S. S.
FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms.
Apply at Fargo Steam Laundry.
For Rent, Furnished Rooms, Moorhead.
FOR RENT—Several nicely furnished
rooms in modern house every con
venience. 323 Seventh street south,
Moorhead.
FOR RENT—Cottage.
FOR RENT—Six-room cottage with
gas and electric lights $18 per
month. Enquire 217 Fourth aventrt
ncrth.
FOR RENT—Flat.
TWO very desirable flats.
Hedgson, Phone 125.
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 lurse clothes closet, steam heat
and hot water. Porrit tiats. Phone
874.
FOR RENT—Five-room modern flat
in first-class condition one of the
best locations in the city. Inquire the
N. D. Improvement Co., rooms 4 and
5, Tyler block, Fargo, N. D. Phone
354.
FOR RENT—Typewriter*
WE RENT Underwood typewriters ip
good condition and doing good work.
Underwood Typewriter Co., 809 N. P.
avenue.
LOTS FOR SALE.
FOR 8ALE—Fine wooded lots for sale
at big Cormorant lake. Addreee
J. Johnson, .Lake Park. Minn^ R~ F. D.
No. S, Box 15.
LAUNDRY WORK WANTED.
WANTED—Laundry work will ce*!
for and deliver satisfaction guaran
teed. Phone 954-J or address 412
Ninth street north.
AUTOS FOR SALE.
FOR 8ALE—Automobile, White
Steamer, seven-passenger car flrst
class condition used less than one
year bargain if taken at once. Ad
dress C. P. Olson, Churchs Ferry, N.
D.
FOR SALE—Auto, Cadillac, model A
runabout, In flrst-class shape has
side and head lights, ai^o tools also
has good top and tires, with Wood
worth treads on all four wheels paint
ed Brewster green with red artillery
wheels a snap for quick sale. C. S.
Wood, Amenia, N. D.
SEWING WANTED.
DRESSMAKING done at home. 509
Second street north.
SEWING wanted by the day. Mable
Smith. 1203 Second avenue south.
WANTED—Sewing by the day. Miss
Foben, 823 First street north. Phone
1719-J.
GOOD DRE88MAKER wants sewing
by the day four years' experience.
Call 1317-J.
EXPERIENCED dressmaker wants
sewing by the day. 510 Third street
north, Phone 1713-J.
FARM FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Half M-nlon, two and
011c-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. L/Owrey, 612 Front streret, Fargo.
ADVERTISING RATES,
ffiTiiXUses or newspapttcs any fawere
furnished free. Edwar#^ Adv. Agen
cy, Box 118, Fargo.
Phone JSSfc
The rat* if on# cant a
A collector
wfil call tor the pay
A
FARtiO WANTS,
FOR SALE—Household Goods.
FOR SALE, CHEAP A washing ma
chine and gas laundry stove. Apply
Mrs. J. I,. Hooker, Continental Fiats.
FOR SALE—A folding bed. wardrobe*
combination book case and writing
desk. 324 Fifth street north. Pheaf
1257-J.
FOR SALE.
GOOD second hand lady's bicycle,
Emery & Johnson.
FOR SALE A McCasltey Account
Register. T. BE. Yerxa.
FOR SALE—English baby buggy, geot
condition. 916 Seventh street south.
FOR SALE—$35 Winchester, trap
grade gun. Call 229 Roberts street.
FOR SALE—»wt potato planters t»
good condition. Address S. McHen
r\ Harwood, N. D.
FOR SALE—See big IndeatructM
record ad in this paper act qu!citl|r.
813 Second avenue north.
FOR 8ALL—Nlc«, evesra. oia
Packages of SO for 10 osnta, 1M
81 cents, at Forum office.
FOR SALE—Organ, beautiful tea*
flrst-class condition cost $80, will
sell for $10. 806, care Forum.
MOTORCYCLE for sale cheap 190t
Indian, never run 800 miles this la
a bargain. Box 531, Valley City, N. IX
FOR SALE—One full scholarship in
the Dakota Business college half
price if taken this week. Telephone
221.
I HAVE fifteen sample carpet sweep
ers, slightly soiled, worth up to $4-6#*
flrat come can have for 12 each.
drees Forum, 754.
FOR SALE, very cheap, a second
hand pool table a big snap mart
hear at once. Write Edward J. Gor
man, Fargo. N. D.
FOR SALE—Ten head of fair wot*
horses, harnesses and wagons. En
quire Wm. Bratton, corner Sixteenth
and Front streets, Fargo.
FOR SALE—Four-year-old, registered
Clydesdale stallion, sure oreedet.
Address R. D. Grieve, Mgr. Hallow
Hill Farm, Hannaford, N. D.
FOR SALE—A tew of those celebrate*
outs of Forusn oisbes. |5 pays tm»
the sot and The Daily omoa «i*
months in advance—if your arrearages
are paid.
WILL SACRIFICE three new
horse power compound tractiOB
thresher engines, Huber, Buffalo-Pitt*
and Russell make 81,400. Write lit,
care Forum.
FOR 8ALE 01 exchange for nera%
cow, lot, or anything 1 can use. a
flrst-class, nearly new, peanut and
and corn popping machine. Addreae
No. 749, Forum office.
FOR SALE -Case county maps, sbow*
kUM names of owners ol every qu«r
t*r section price reduced to ki oemu
tor paper, $1 for cloth baoka. Andrew
Forum Printing Co.. Fargo.
FOR SALE—A gentle and safe saddle
and driving pony for children
weight 650 and extra good roader
also small rubber tired runabout.
Thirteenth street south.
SEVERAL good Improved farms la
northwestern North Dakota, tor sate
or exchange for Income property,
stocks of goods or land in Red Riw
valley also Red River valley iand far
exchange for stocks of goods or inoooM
property. Address Sprague Land
Kiefer Block, Moorbead. Minn.
^FOR RENT OR SALE—Houee.
FOR RENT OR SALE—New 6-roofl|
cottage, near Fourteenth street
south. Enquire 915 Ninth street south.
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WANTJD-^ART^ER.
WANTED—Partner with few hundretf
dollars, for restaurant prefer
cook. Address 809, care Forum.
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A E—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—Fresh milch cow. 4
Eighth ptreet south.
FOR SALE—Hay.
FOR 8ALE—Sixty tons clover ul
timothy hay in stack, Ave miles frogr
Fargo. John Thome.
FOR EXCHANGE,
WE EXCHANGE new furniture ttlf
old furniture. Gate City FuraituM
Co., 810 Front street. Phone 1780.*
WILL EXCHANGE—One section Of
land in Kidder county, N. D., and
half-section Foster county, N.
for a clean stock of goods might pttt
la some casb. Write A. ,J. 8ksbiu&
Dickinson. N. D.
LOST.
LOST—Fargo National bank ehek
book. Please return to bank or F«
rum.
LOST—Automobile tall light. AewaM
for return to W. D. Hodgson, Con|»
mercial Bank building.
LOST—Lady's gold watch, in MooN
head lady's picture inside
Reward for return to Forum.
L08T or stolen, a Rambler bicycliu
Finder will receive reward by not|»,
fying W. C. Lai*ure, city treasurer.
LOST—Black and white and ticket
pointer blteh, 4 months old. Flnd*r
please notify Forum. Suitable rewarjL
WILL TRADE.
WILL TRADE 320 acrr-s of Norauffc
county land for good elevator prop
erty land east of Ada, Minn., half
mile from Gary. Write Harry ML
Case, McVille, N. D.
$e
FOR SALE—Typewriters.
8ECOND HAND Standard typ«-Ar\t»
rt. all makes, prlct-s and mechinO®
guaranteed right L. C. Smiths for
rent. A. R. Fuller, Rep., 618 Frong
street.
BUY.
CASH for men's worn garments
phone 1627 and will call. N. BL
314 Front street.
NUR8E.
NURSE IB. Chappell medical, surgi
cal and Maternity. Address Mt
Twelfth street north.
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