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WALTER if} if. CIUIDB TO NORTH DAKOTA'S LEADING W. 1 CASSELMAN, WEBB BLOCK City property. Choice lands in Bil ling* count v. Write for particulars 'wr.w~.waxiiNVco* ytrm 4ahds and loans in North Dakota AS so large tract Irt Montana *£2-7, CLEVELAND EDGELEY CITIZENS STATE BANK Farms and farm loans ,. Write for particulars Jhu. BISMARCK JAMESTOWN L. ROWE. STATE BANK. Hist and sen fftrrtis in Stutsman' Ctounty. Write for particulars,* CASSELTON JAMES SOUTH Cass County Lands Write for particulars .COOPERSTOWN •V R. S. LUNDE Farms for saip or rent Choice farm loans made I V' FARGO I PA6E-B£NEBICT LAND CO. Lands in Minnesota and North Dakota^ Fargo city property and loans WHEELOCK WHEELOCK Buyers and sellers of North Dakota, fartns. tS Waldorf block A t,r*i Firm Names -j frf Geo. Foster}..%,,. W. H. Stewart...... ...i-v ft Dakota Trust Co..*f...".. .».. Edwards ldg.—Mar. I..... •. Bank Ffcrg-o Auto Tire Co, .502 N. P. ave. .. 606 N. P. avenoe-^March' 1.. Auto Tirfes ., The foregoing list will be printed every day until further notice for tike information Of the public pod ^or the benefit of those concerned. T»ie Forum desires a full, list of changes and new enterprises'and requests that ^t'be notified of any omissions. WANT Willi STORE CASE DECIDE! Bfsmarek N. P., March ^Iv-rrJudg* Winchester has fixed k term Of coiirt jfor Kidder county to commence Mon day. Jkpril 5. The people of Kidder eounty are anxious to have this term of court called so' that J. 'A. Cotiltfer, the Dawson druggist, csin be tried in ^the matter,of having his permit to sell Uquor eancelled. His store is npw closed by injunction and the- people of that section have no drug- store where they may purchase medicine. The matter of re-opening his store irW hf settled as this term. A perusal of Howard Moody's" ad. WH1 be of benefit to every economy loving woman.* PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORN EY84 SABinrrT UICBAED80»r ATTOR ftf Law. Office, 4 ana 6 Morton liulKlliig. Broadway. BOBEBTS. AUU8TD*, HENDERSON fclock, Broadway, Fargo. Probate prae 'HUH A upeolaitjr. WKN8R, H. A., ATTORN BY AT LAW, Office* in Sdwsrds building, Broadway. J*racilceB in all courts. IOLLKR, IlKJs'RY F., ATT.ORNBY AND tounaelor at Law. Over Fir go National "|J«ak block. Fargo. B0B1N8QN, JT. B., ATTORNEY AT LAW,. 61V Froot street, Fargo. Practices la all courts. Tax cases a Bycialty. ACCOUNTANT. THOMSON, JR., EXPERT AO- •foontant. Fbono 399-J. 11U0 Third fitw aoutta, Fargo. N. D. 'ff 1 PHYSICIAN®. DT. P. H. BURTON -OFFICE HOURS:— 10 to 14 a. in., 3 to and 8 to 9 p. r£. Office, Stein buildiag. Phone 173-L. Fargo. N. D. J. CAMPBELL, M. D.- PRACTICE jimited to diseases of women— Genito urinary and Skin Diseases'.Office hours: 10 to 12 and 8 to 5. Over McDonald lrtig Store, Front street. Phone T29. tB. CALLANDER AND MACGREUOii, hyBiciani and Sw.geons. Offlw dcLea block. Hours, 11 to 12 3 to 6 ••aijid 7 ro 9. Telephone*r Office 345*K Htr. Callander, wsidence 345-L Dr. Mac jpregor, .reaSden^ 115B-L. Fargo. ... Bft. A. C. MORRIS, PHYSICIAN AND burgeon. Offloe over Wiisei"» drag »t4Nre(-406-Front #tr«et. Hours, to 12, jt to 5 &ud to S. TelejiliOU* L043-L. of tce 1048-K, r9*tlf»ice. PAUL »ORKN*BSS, PHYSICIAN tbd Burgeon. Office third floor Edwards' ailiiing, Fsrgo. IMEBOW & WEIBLE, .PHYSICIANS and Swrgoons. Offices. deLendrecie niock, comer Serenth street south and •froqt street. Office hours, 8 to 8 and ,\T to 9 p. in. DE. J. a. DILLON, HOMEOPATHIC Pbysician, 604 Front street. Phone •74-L. Office houris, 11 to 12 a. m., and $ tp 5 and 7:30 to 3:80 p. VIDAL, M. D„ HOMEOPATHIC PHY: Woi&fi and sargeon. Xdwards block. Fargdt UNDERTAKER AJtD LICENSED EMBALMBR—FONER *1 Supplies. J. F. Hie*. 8 Sonth Broad jgg. Office south of Moody's store. PIANO TUNER. F*Ofr WM. KLIMMEfC, 714 NINTH AVE ase soQth. Master taatesi sod reoalrlas. IFA. B. S. TRIMBLE CO. Best lands in North Dakota o(|. CfOf .J?aymppts. Low prices LAMOURT ELLIOTT HOLBERT CO* Real estate, farm "loans. Bonded ab stractors for La Moure county MANDAN T- W. CAREY- LAND StAfl If you want to make a bunch of money buy vacant land 1n Mandan^ 'i .1'" 1 SPIRITWOOD SPIRITWOOD STATE BANK JFaines River valley lands. Easy terms. Improved and wild. Farm loan*. SHELDON RANSOM COUNTY IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION EUUlsom and Foster County Lands TOUHERJ^ITY S. F. SHERMAN Tower City, N. D: Farms and farm lands VALLEY CITY 'WINTERER A HOLUNSHEAD Farm lands in-Southern Alberta, Cana da Railroad rateft. Write for particulara Business Changes in Fargo, Recent—Present—Contemplated v-Former New Date of Opening in Kind of ••.locations Locations New Locations Business .Obm. Bank-. v. Magill blk.—Mar. 1, *09...... .Fire Ins. .Magill Blk Port Huron Blk.—April Chas. Wrede A Son. .101 Broadway.... Magill Blk.—April 1.... .. -Clothing Globe Clothing Co 520 Front 64 Broadway—Mar. 2*,.. Clothing Patterson Co 610 Front... .Port Huron Bldg.—April 1. ..Millinery M. L. Lasson.... „... .64 Broadway..Gardner Hotel—March 10....Tailor Wyman Land do. .Fargo Bank Blk Port Huron Blk.—April 1,....../.Land J. Q. Pfeffer Fargo Bank Blk..%.Port Huron Bldg.—April i.-/.Lawyer Max Gross .Keeney Blk Haas Blk.—Mar. 16............. Print sr N. C. Anderson.. ..•16 Front street... .66 Broadway—Mar. 25.........Jeweler J. C. Belles -724 Front street....220 Broadway—M!ar. S\ ..v.... .Jeweler Meal row Bruce. ,-...610 Front—April 1..Millinery Thos. Baker, Jr., & Co. .20, B'dw'y.. ..101-03 Broadway—Majr? 1*.-... .'Fire Ins. United Wireless Tel. Co......... 1 ..Huntington Blk.—Mar. IS i .Stock B*rgo Dye House..514 2nd aw. no.^.608 2nd avo. no.—Mar. la.... .Cleaning Wm. Gillespie .Vi..o.»».,» .721 Front—Mar. 10.Gent*' Furnishings Aug. Stein .... .^..,...608 Front—Mar. 1.: I.....Saddlery T..Ladies' Tailor MAT GET THE BIO AXE Bismarck. N. Mar^i tl-€Unce State Treasurer Blckford removed Deputy, Falconer as a result of the pressure brought to bear upon him by the insurgents, the story ig out to the effect that the stalwarts will bring pressure ta bear upon State Auditor Brightblll te name a deputy to succeed Carl G. Jorgenson, who held over from the P*st administration. Jorgenson was a candidate for state auditor against Brightblll in the primaries and was counted on the insurgent side of the fence, while Brightblll was nomi nated as a stalwart, and by the aid of Brunch stalwart friencisi and there are a large number o£ those who labored In the primaries that are now of the opinion that some one of that element should b« rewarded by being selected as Brightbill's deputy )n glace of. Jor genson. Easter 8ilk Uh,, At deLendrecie's. Rea4 a^. *. page six. on A.S. OF E. ELECTION Raas Resolution Favoring Government Inspection of Qrain and A. 8.. 0# E. I Terminal Elevators, CkneltOn, N. D.. March II.—A -eoc ceasful-county meeting of the A. S. of EJ. waa held at Hillsboro last Saturday, at which Professor Arvold of the A. C. at J^argo was-the main speaker.- i The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President—O. P. Bakke. Secretary-Treasurer—CorlRoshoU. Lecturers-—L, P, Aarhyji.ft'nd Hop, O. J. gorley. .. The following resolution waa adopt ed: .. §e it resolved that we, the A. 8. of E. upholds the fiction th^t every mem ber should work to get new members, st it would grow to thpe benefit of the people in the state. And we further favor government grain inspection, as Senator McCum* ber Iiias represented in congress, and terminal Elevators bu'llt and Controlled by this A. S. of E. When in Moortieaij go soa set A. 3. Rust&d's new place, next to the rOuth bridge. FItone I6S. Cinadafs Patent Medicine«# .. M"inneap9lls, March 31.—This the last day "for exporting patent medi Cin'i^i into Canada, whose new patent mfedlfclne* act prescribes that nO medi cine'can be imported if it contains co caine or any of its salts ot- prepara tions or alcohol in excess of the amount required as a solvent or pre servative, or if it does not contain sufficient medication to prevent Its use ais an alcoholic beverage. S. Ingetfretaen, Jeweler, formerly on 414 Front street, Fargo la now lo cated at Ho. 4 Fourth street, Moor head, next to the State bahk. POSITIONS WANTED—MALE. WE MAKE the best fia* opening blank books. Knight Printing Co. WANTED—Position to manage a hotel Many years experience. Anton Gll Hs. Wahpeton, N. D. Count. Washburn. N. D. "jgiilii 1 fij ill CHARLES P. ELLIS Mandan city property. Morton coun ty farm lands. First thbrtgage loans. EXPERIENCED stenographer with knowledge of bookkeeping desires position at moderate salary. Will do collecting. Address No. A Forum. WANTED—By an experienced physi cian and surgeon, a location in North Dakota. Address H. A., Wash ington House. Fargo, N. D. WANTED —Position by young mai in bank, insurance or real estate ofhec. have #wc AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS wanted to handle easy sell ing and profitable specialty. Address Lustrir.e Specialty Co., Glenwood, Minn. ^B^8T JSI^E D^ FOR AW TO N ERS.^ I FURNISH fresh guaranteed seeds •ubmit your orders for estimates. D. S. .Lewis. Fargo. L08T. FOR SALE—A men's furnishing bual« ness lb a live North Dakota town. Value of stock $1,800. Paying propo sition. 136 Forum. FOR SALE —Meat market, tools, fix tures and buildings, only one in good new town large territory. For par ticulars address O. Box 278, Velva, N. Dak. FOR SALE—Newspaper in hustling North Dakota town. Good reasons for selling. Don't write unless you h&ve' some cash to put into the deal. 187 Forum. WANTED—Good newspaper man with not less than $1500 to buy half in terest, with full management, of a county seat paper. One of the best paying job departments in the state. 5, care Forum. FOR SALE—Large twenty-room mod ern steam heated hotel, Including large sample room, parlor, 'etc* fine lafrn, good town, big business will sell on easy terms. Geo. McDonald, sr.. City Hotel, Hawley, Minn. FOR SALE-—Bargain for cash, or will trade for Fargo property or farm land, well established, good, paying ladies' and gents' furnishing store, in live North Dakota town other busi ness demands owner's time. Details from the Western Sales Co., Fargo: ONLY HOTEL in good town on Mil waukee and Soo junction 18-rootm house, large barn in connection good well with wind mill, water piped in house will sell or trade for farming land good reasons for selling. Ad dress Cogswell Hotel, Cogswell, N. D. A GRAND CHANCE to buy a.black smith shop, tools, material, etc., in a good country town, with large terri tory country. Good money maker. This is a force sale and can be bought cheap. Write'or call at' Merchants' St^te bank, Hebron, N, D. WANTED—Someone looking for snap, to purchase newspapers have two* both doing good business, excellent plants, good towns, good prospects myst be for cash chance for man with limited capital reason for selling oth er business answer quick if you mean business. Address 848. care Forum. ®r TITE PAHGO FOR TIM AND DAILY" REPTTBTJCAW. 'WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 1 W*KN PRINTER and wife, can take charge, u)AMTcn April 1. can make good. W. S. Le years' banking expe^'ea^a and can furnish best of references. Ad dress No. 154, Forum/ LO&T—A spring gold bracelet, between N. D. Bijou theatre and Fourteenth street south. Finder return to 1340 Second avenue south. AUTO* FOR SALE. TIRES sold and repaired. Fargo Auto Tire Repair Co.. 608 N. P. avenue. FOR SALE—A 5-passenger, $1,600 Pope-Hartford automobile, 1907 mod el, for $600, in fine condition reason for selling, a larger car ia Wanted. Ad dress 119, care Forum. 24-HOR$EPOWtR £ett-$i' ,Jqi»ilhtf car. 1108 model, shaft- drlVt fuijy. equipped and goOd ks new cost $1,800, will sell cheap if taken at once. A. W. Mohr, Buffalo, N. D. BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR 8ALE —Pool hall and lunch room. F. G." Brown, Jud, N. D. FIRST-CLASS location foF -veterinary* surgeon, in North Dakota town no competition. Address 9S.6, care Forumt FOR SALE —Pioneer dairy and milk route 32 cows, separator and all other utensils. Address Box 346, .Ulea dive, ]yionL FOR SALE—Barber shop in good lively town, must sell on account of sickness bargain if taken at once. Address Box 173, Leal, N. D. •9 FOR SALS GOOD paying newspaper III south western North Dakota, on C. M. A St. P. Ry a snap If taken soon. Tribune, Box D., Bucyrus, JfcTX' .. *, .: -MHMwSlMa NEW TOWN8ITE at Stirling, in sun ny southern Alberta, now on the market for first time Stirling is a junction point with two railway lines already in operation, two more sur veyed through it the syndicate owns the property on all sides of the junc tion buy early .for quick profits. Wire or write for booklet, Flsher-Hamllton Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, CanadaJ Mention this paper. HOUSEHOLD HEADQUARTERS. BUY, SELL A EXCHANGE—New and second hand furniture and stoves goods sold on installment plan. Hart stein, 402 Front street. Phone 181. WATCH REPAIRING. C. J. BELLE8, 220 Broadway, new Jewelry store, expert forty years. Come in. WANTED LANDS. LOW PRICED, wild agricultural land In large of small tracts in North, Da kota, Montana or Minnesota send fall description with lowest price and terms will deal with owners only. Addram Wh VM*n Mock. Paul, Minn YtKJ WANT TO INSERT _- HELP WANTED—MALE. HAVE Knight Printing Co. print It. BARBER WANTED^ Hunter, N. D. v E. Spare, PRINTER wanted, bjr Chronltie^ Cav alier, D. WANTEIMJood harness maker team work, wages $3 per day. George Johns, Gkndive, Mont. WAN TED—Agents to sen accident and health insurance, good men make from |25 10 $50 a week. Hatcher Bros., Fargo. N, IX WANTFH HArness makers, farm hand and girls for city ami i ountry. Call at Johnson's em ploy me nt office, under Commercial bank building. PRINTER—job and adv. man ac quainted with country newspaper work. Address Lowden St Workman, Bowman, N. D. 1 WANTED—Few good solicitors on salary or commission an unexcelled proposition fpr energetic men. Call at room 14, Huntington block, or address 148, care Forum. WANTED—Band /instructor, must play violin and cornet good opening for competent man state salary want ed. For full information write Secre tary of Band, Steele, N. Dak. WANTED—A bright young man In each county, to sell the Coleman hoi low wire lighting systems the best light on the market. Cralgo & Weg ener, State distributors. New Salem, WANTED at once, a young composi tor. who his had one or two years' experience and can set straight mat ter steady situation to right one of good habits state wages expected. Address The Republican, Forbes. N. Dak. WANTED—Experienced all around printer, who can do some local writ ing IQ.. absence of editor no boozer need apply would prefer solo oinet player and if possible double on fir.st violiri good salary for right man dount'y seat town, 157, care Forum. WANTED-^-Three or four high grade .salesmen, life insurance farm im plement men preferred preference will be tjlven to Scandinavian salesmen this is 'a commission proposition will advance expenses this is good for $5, 000 to $10,000 a year, net. 153, care Forum. HELP WANTEOt, Male and Female. iV. WANTED—Teachers for positions In all professions. Address Fargo Bu reau Agency, Box 697, Fargo. SALESMEN WANTED. COMMERCIAL traveler can secure de sirable side line by addressing 97L care Forum. SALARY A FURNITURE LOANS. MONEY LOANED to honest employes, holding permanent positions, strictly confidential. Loans on furniture, pi anos, etc., on the Installment plan. W. G. Mahon, 106 Broadway, suite o, Hunt ington block. REAL E8TATE LOANS. WE MAKE liberal loaos upon Fargo real estate. The Savings ft Loan, 11 Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE. WANTED.—To trade a farm for fw automobile. Lock Box No. 2, Wil li at on, N. D. FOR HOUSE, and lot In Fargo, 16S acres, of farm land, with timber, water, hay, house barn. Inquire E. A. Perry. WANTED TO BUT. WANTED TO BUY—A good second hand piano for cash. Helmer Heath, Gardner, N. D. HOUSE AND 8AFE MOVING. I MAKE a specialty of unusual and heavy moving: houses, safes, raising buildings furnish everything. J. W. Hodges, phone 903. FOR SALE— RELINQUISHMENTS. NORTHWESTERN DETECTIVE As sociation, expert shadowing legiti mate business solicited. Box 843, Ab erdeen, S. Dak. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SAL£—One $3*0 piano fOr $200. One colt 11 months old, sired by Coxswain, 2:21, dam sired by Sil houette ,2:19%. Price $100. One rub ber-tired runabout buggy, $40. One rubber-trimmed driving harness, $15. One Globe-Wernicke writing desk. Also household goods. Enquire at 3l5 Sev enth avenue north or phone 1906-L. WANTED TO RENT. I WISH TO RE^TKmiished restau rant or hotel. 139. cara Forum. WANTED—Modern furnished house, south side preferred family of three highest references. 94, care Forum. SAFES FOR 8ALE. FOR SALE—Second hand fire proof safe. ilxZiix'ii inches. Fargo Fouu dry Co. WANTED TO REh*T. Unfurished Rooms. WANTED—A couple of unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 1644-L. WANTED May 1, two connected un furnished rooms in modern liouse, with board, by family of four. 158, Forum. HOSPITAL. MATERNITY^H 08 PTTAL—Competent nurses and best of care nigbest tes timonials from doctors and patients. Mr a. Jennie Camp, 901 Tenth street south. Fargo. WANTED—PARTNER. WArtT?D at once, partner with $200 good proposition and quick returns} investment guarantee. AddreM 141, care Forum. 190#. "t Lid ASK FOR THE "WANT AD" DEPARTMENT I S $1, I -,,f A STATE YOUR "WANT AD" AND IT WILL APPEAR IN THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE FARGO FORUM. THE RATE IS ONE CENT A WORD •FIRST INSERTION ONE-KALF CENT A WORD EACH CONSECUTIVE INSERTION THEREAFTER. A COLLECTOR WILL CALL FOR PAY. NO -WANT ADM WILL BE TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWENTY CENTS ADVERTISERS uTi ai III. The "Want Ad" Paqe of The Fori?in Clones 1 P. M. Day ef Publloatien. Aavertiee mente for Insertion Seme Day Must Be Received Before 12:45 o'CI°ck to Insure Insertion. Copy Received After 1 o'Cloek Will Be inserted the Following Day. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. LOOSE leaf ledger sheets u XU any ledger. Knight Printing Co. WANTED—Apprentice girls to loarn dresb.-aakin*, at 116 Broadway. WANTED—Kitchen girl at 118 Eighth street north. WANTED—Girl for general houae work. 822 First avenue north. WANTED—Apprentice gtrl to leara dressmaking, at 524 Broadway. WANTED—Girl, 12 to 16 years old, to take care of baby. Phone 1924-L. WANTED-—Girl for housework. Wrius to 427 Mills avenue, Fargo. WANTED—Good gtrl for general housework. Mrs. Morton Page, 607 Broadway. WANTED—Girl for general house work small family. Mrs. T. H. Ron ey, 815 Third avenue north. WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework. Mrs. Q. H. Dill, 915 Seventh street, south. WANTED—Competent girl for general house work. 101? Third avenue south. EXPERIENCED COOK—Also second girl. Call forenoons. 906 Tenth street south. WANTED—Competent girl for genera] housework. Mrs. A. L. Loomis, 219 Eighth street north. WANTED—Competent girl for general housework, small family and good wages.. 307 Fourteenth street south. WANTED—An experienced .stenogra pher to work evenings references required. 155, care Forum. WANTED—Competent girl for general housework. Mrs. D. B. Shotwell, 1108 Fourth avenue south. WANTED—A competent girl for gen eral housework, by May 1. Enquire Mrs. S. G. Magill, at 1S26 Third ave nue HOUth. WANTED—Lady compositor, steady situation, state wages expected and how soon can come. Address The Re publican. Forbes, N. Dak. WANTED—Good, competent girl for general housework- Inquire at Hol derman's Millinery store, Magill block, Broadway. WANTED—Th ree ladles to represent us In Fargo and Moorhead for taking orders for something new in art repro ductions. Everybody wants it, guar anteed $3 to $5 a day, paid daily or weekly. Capital and experience un necessary. For particulars see Miss Davis, Metropole Hotel 10 to 11 a. m., or 4:30 to 5:30 p. m. $ N. D. $$$$&<§$ & WANTED—A lady stenographer and cashier. Must be first class stenographer and typewriter, ex perienced In handling caah and able to £anUfth reference. Ad- s $ dress W. W. Reyleck, Grafton, 3 POSITION WANTED, Female. WANTED—Work by the day. Miss 'Annie Victory, 21S First avenue north, Moorhead. BY COMPETENT lady stenographer, having machine able to assist at book work. 156, care Forum. POSITION wanted as clerk, can help with books experienced In general store. 162, Forum. BRIGHT YOUNG LADY desires po sition in dentist office or physician's office. 146, care of Forum. DRESSMAKING AND SEWING. DRESSMAKING school, at US Broad way, WANTED—Sewing by. the Fourth street north. day. 52S WANTED—Sewing girl for alteration room. Herbst's department store. HOUSES FOR RENT. ANNOUNCEMENTS, Invitations and programmes. Kiii^ht Printing Co. FOR RENT—Houses, cottages and stores. W. J. Lane. Phone 807. FOR RENT—Five-room house, cellar, cistern newly repaired. 7S2 Third street north. FOR RENT—Seven-room modern house, centrally located, r- Malmberg, 60 Broadway. IDrnest FOR RENT—Eight-room house. Ap ply A. P. Chandler. 1002 Fifth street north. FOR RENT—Five-room house, cen trally located. 313 Eight and one* half street north. Phone 1510-L. FOR RUNT—Three houses, modern except heat stoves set up, soft water from $20 to $20. Enquire 61S Seventh avenue north. WANTED TO RENT—HOUSE. WANTED to rent, furnished house, six or seven rooms must have bath, for the summer. 128. care Forum. WANTED to rent, a seven or eight room bouse must have city water and bath will pay $26 per month. Write or call 621 Second avenue north. n *.T*rw???£'.pHAR- MM8. PARRY, GarCnsr hotel. Tel. 1S00. "WANT AD," PHONE 1595 ROOM AND BOARD OFFERED, ROOM and board. SIS Seventh street south. BOARD and room at Clifton .house. 118 Eighth street north. ROOMS, with or without board. Park House, 108 Kighth street south. BOARD AND ROOM In modern house. Private family. SIS Fifth street north. Phone 736-L. BOARD and room in modern house, $20 and $25 per month board with out room, $5 per week. 40S Eighth street south^ FOR RENT. Furnished Room*—N, K. ROOMS for rent. Elliott block, l-OR RENT north. -Room, SOS Third avenue FOR RENT—Rooms in Kaerr block, 302 N. P. avenue. FOR RENT—Room, modern. Apply Denis block. 417 N. P. avenue. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room with bath. 215 Ninth street nortn. FOR RENT —Three rooms, furnished or unfurnished, 3, Fourteenth street south. Call at 524 Broadway. FOR RENT—Furnished room In mod ern house, 702 Broadway. Phone 1775. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room In modern house. Phone Sl-I* IS Ninth street north. FOR RENT—Two connecting front rooms, corner cottage. #25 jsJleventh avenue north. FOR RENT—A furnished front room partly modern. 607 Second avenue north. FOR RENT—Nloe furnished room modern in every way. 121 Ninth street north. Phone 1294-J. NEATLY furnished rooms, with or without board. 522 Seventh avenue north. FOR RENT— Furnished rooms for light housekeeping light, heat, wat er one block from car line. 1439-L. FdR RENT Beautifully furnished room, accommodate two young men. 324 Fifth street north. MODERN furnished room, suitable for two persons, also rooms for light housekeeping. 524 Broadway. Phone 1927-J. THREE FURNI8HED ROOMS to let, all modern, at 728 Eighth street north. Phone 1708-L. FOR RENT—One furnished room In modern house on car line 622 Tenth avenue north. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms in modern house, close In. 206 Ninth Btreet north. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms. 611 Ninth avenue north. Gentlemen preferred. FOR RENT—Two rooms on ground floor for light housekeeping. 808 Third avenue north. FURNISHED room, centrally located, modern improvements. Phone 1316-L. or call 111 Eighth street north. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for housekeeping. 715 Ninth avenue north. NICELY furnished room, suitable for tw'j persons heat, electric light, bath, use of phone. 405 Seventh ave nue north. ONE ROOM in strictly modern flat on corner Second avenue and Fourth street north. No. 124, Flat 7, or phone 1&4S-L. FOR RENT. Furnished Rooms—% FOR RENT—Furnishd rooms. SIS Sev enth street south. FOR RENT—Furflished rooms. First avenue south. 1114 A SUITE of partially furnished rooms at 911 First avenue south. FOR RENT—Large, ttMiu flea ted rooms, over Moody's. Phone 1361 -L. FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping, new and strictly modern. 1309 Second avenue south. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, modern house. S14 Tenth street south. Phone 1663-L. FOR RENT—Furnished room, modem house. 914 Fifth avenue south. Phone 1062. FOR RENT. Unfurnished Room*—North 8ide. FOR RENT—Two connecting rooms unfurnished, for light house keep ing. Enquire 814 Second avenue north. FORRENT—fLATS. FOR RENT—Flat or rooms, furnished or unfurnished, over 402 and 404 Front street. Bert HarLutein. A NICELY furnished five-room mod ern fiat with porch and lawn, for reaL Ma^ 1. 113 Eleventh street south. FOR RENT1—COTTAGE. FOR RENT—Six-room cottage with gas and electric lights. 21b Fourth avenue north. Phone 1046-L. FOR RENT—Seven-room modern cot tage, all on ,one fiat modern Con veniences two-minute walk from postoffice. Dr. Geary, Edwards block. KILLARNEY BEACH—For rent, four new six-room cottages, with spacious screened-in porches, a garden all planted and cared for until occupancy, go with each cottage $75 per season. Write to M. C. Barry, Killarney Beach, Detroit, Minn. FOR RENT. FOR RENT—One Heinz piano, at $2.50 per month. Phone 1521-L, FOR RENT—Very durable suite of offices in the Morton building. Page, Benedict Land Co. DILWORTH LOT FOR 8ALE. FOR SALE—Dilworth a corner busi ness or residence lot, 100x140, south east front, most desirable in town: I paid $300 for it last October I want to go w£st, got another Job highest offer 1 get by April 10, takes the lot. Harry Drlscoll, conductor, N. P. Hy. n FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS. FOR SALE—Five-piece parlor set, cheap. 33 Third street north. FOR SALE—Fine furniture and house hold goods. 614 Thirteenth street south also g&& range and gas laundrv stove. Phone 797-J. FOR SALE—Furnishings of a three- room flat you walk in, I walk out cost me about $350. I'll cut It right In two. H. Driscoll, conductor. N. P. Ry. FOR SALE—One bird's eye maple dressing table, chiffonier, same one weathered oak, leather bottom, arm chair. 394 Sixth avenue south. FOR SALE. FOR 8AL£—A good mcond safe. Hatcner Jron.. Fargo*. ONE NATIONAL cash register used one month, to exenange for typewrit er. Car] Truupe, Mohall, N. D. FOR SALE—Two heavy teams of work horses. Will take Oct. 1 papers well n'dired. s. '. Lincoln, Gardner, rf. D. FOR SALE—Driving norse, buggy, harness, robe, blankets. W. H. Stewart. FOR SALE—Nloe. ««•&, old papers packages of SO for 10 cents, ISO for -l ceuiM, at Forum office. FOR SALE—Fine, full-blood Plymouth Hock cockerel prices ranging front $8 to $2 apiece. W. H. Larson rgusville. N. D. it Co* I HAVE a beautiful $450 McPhail pi ano, used but little. Will sell cheap. Address, care Forum, 133, for particu lars. FOR SALE—Fine Plymouth Rock roosters prices from $1 to $S. Lath rop Bros. Produce Farm, east of north iiroauway. Phone 639-L. IN ORDER to close out the tew re* maming Fargo JhVirum carpet sweep er* on hand, we will sell them way uelow the cost. The Forum Printing Co. FOR 8ALE—Good English setter, 1 fi months old, well broke hunted all lust seuson. Phone 1122-L or call 711 N. V. avenue. FOR SALE—Cass county maps, show ing names of owners of every quar ter section, price reduced to SO cents for paper, $1 for cloth backs. Address Forum Printing Co., Fargo. FOR SALE—The famous Old Trusty incubators and brooders, write us fur catalogue and prices. J. G. Goulden co, sales agents. Edwards building. Fargo. N. U. EXCEPTION AL~BARGAIN on an 8x10 studio camera and some studio fix tures. Write or see me at Sharon, N. L., for particulars, J. G. Hanson. SODA FOUNTAIN for sale at a big bargain, a $l,65o, 16-syrup 6 draught tube, silver plated, marble fountain, with carved mahogany top, contains three mirrors, one 7x4 feet, front counter and work board, all in good condition will take $500 cash. Address 149, care Fargo Forum. FOR 8ALE— LEASE. FOR 8ALE—Lease and part furniture of new modern house in fine loca tion. Address 144, care Forum. FOR 8ALE—LAND. FOR SALE—Eighty acres of three-four tiia mUe from Hamar, N. L., will seu cheap. Call or write, T. W. Davis, Hamar, N. D„ lock box St. FOR CHOICE improved and unim proved tax lands that are sold upon ten-year payments or on crop payments, write or call on Ftmnk 1* Keilugg, Cleveland. N. D. FOR SALE CHEAP—80 acres Improv ed farm, 12 miles from Moorbaad and 3 miles from Averll, Minn., for sale price and terms, address M, J. Coogan, Box 471, Arlington, Washing ton. FOR SALE reasonable, excellent quar ter section one mile from Lemxnon,, S. L., a L»00 town ou Milwaukee, hue opportunities, a few improveuieuta, good neighbors and schools. For par ticulars write Box 18, Fargo. FOR SALE—HOUSES. FOR SALE—Five-room house, brick foundation, cellar, watvr on lawn, $1,200. Enquire 112 Sixth avenue northeast. FOR SALE—COTTAGE. FOR SALE—Modern cottage, or Will rent after April 5. For particulars address Mrs. Campbell. Lisbon, or phone 12$5-L, Fargo*, FOR SALE—Five-room cottage, south side, two years old $200 cash, bal ance to suit N. Anderson. 604 Front, upstairs. SPIRELLA CORSETS GUARANTEED THE NEW models, fifty different shapes, for all forms I cali and give perfect fittings, scores of recommends from Fargo ladies. Mrs. A- Anderson, Room 15, Stern block. Phone 18S7-JU CARRIAGE REPAIRING. T. L. BERRY, successor to W. R. La senske. 313 First avenue north. MEDICAL. WORTH DOLLARS, costs cents. Bar ker's Cough Remedy. All druggists U Y CASH for mens worn sarmems phone 1627-L. N. B., 314 Front street. FOR 8ALE OR EXCHANGE. FOR SALE or exchange for city prop erty, a three-chair barber shop in Fargo, doing good business owner is. in other business, reason for selling. Address 125, care Forum. I 1 A *. V- STORY OF THE PRAIRIES*. BY DANIEL E. WILLARD, for sale at^lw McClane's or Turner's. Fargo, N. IX FARM FOR RENT. SPLENDID proposition, 860 acres, A/' well improved farm, southern Ward|| county, for rent for five years at $1 p«r acre four miles to town, one mile to school buildings on place cost |3, 000, good water owner has other bu«t-v,* iness rural mall ro»:t^ and telephone renter must have gcorf h»rses and «hln«qr. Join Johnson, ttyd«r.