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S. CASSELMAN, WEBB BLOCK
City property. Choice lands In Bil
lt*g» county. Write for particulars
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OU1DB TO NORTH DAKOTA'S LBAD1NQ
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BEACH
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GEO. McCLELLAN
ipt linds and loans in N. Dak.
Ifoni, Townstte agent, Yates, Mtsat
BEACH LAND & LOAN CO
Octldea Valley Lands. We
Sold on easy tarmt.
FOX LAND CO.
Farm lands and loans in North Dakota
ASeo large tract in Montana
BELFIELD
jr. LUTHER RISK LAND CO.
Jftak. and Mont, lands. Improved & un
ited proved farms. Write for particulars.
CLEVELAND
*. L. HOWE. STATE BANK.
I list and sell farms in Stutsman
county. Write for particulars.
£ASSELTON
JAMES L. SOUTH
Cass County Lands
Write for particulars
COOPEBSTOWN
K. S. LUNDE
farms for sale or rent
Choice farm loans ma5o*
DICKINSON
EVERETT REAL ESTATE AND,
LOAN COMPANY
Lands and .Loans.
EDGELEY
CITIZENS STATE BANK
-r- Farms and farm loan#
Write for particulars
aMM, .1 •fn
FARGO
PACt-teNEMa LAND CO.
Lands in Minnesota and North Dakota
Fargo city property and loans
WHEELOCK & WHEELOCK
Buyers and sellers of North Dakota
farms. 18 Waldorf block
HAVNES
WILSON LAND CO.
fhftfw Adams oounty lands. ffcrm
lOaaa. Write for particulars.
GOVERNOR AT MINOT.
Annual Bail of Company D,
N. D. N. G.
Bismarck, N. D., April It.—fcv.
John Burke is in Mlnot where he at
tended the annual bail of the Co.
boys Wednesday.
Some the state papers published
a dispatch from New Tork Wednes
day morning to the effect that the
eersonof
ernor was present at the annual
banquet In that city Wedaea
The governor, of course, had an
invitation tw the affair but a press of
Other business prevented his attehd
|knce.
We often wonder how any person can
bo persuaded into taking anything but
fPoley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
-itolds and lung trouble. Do not be
iooled into accepting ""own make" or
Other substitutes. The genuine oon
talns no harmful drugs and is in a
eilovr package, H. H. Casselman.
I Edoar Alton Poe*s funeral.
Baltimore, April 16. WoW'tol
|xa«D received In Baltimore to the ef
fect that at a dinner given recently
4y the Authors' club of London in
fionor of the memory of Egdar Allot
,' ^oe a letter was read from Col. J.
Aid
en Weston, a former Baltimorean,
who is the only living witness of the
burial of the poet.
The letter which was addressed to
Sir Arthur Conan DoysLl, follows:
"As the sole surviving witness of
the burial of Edgar Allen Poe and one
©f the few who have seen his in -life,
I regret exceedingly that my advanced
age and impaired health will prevent
my joining the oentenary dinner at
•which you are to preside,
"As a then resident of Baltimore
(my native city), I often saw Poe, and,
na a young man with some sentiment,
I had a great fancy for the man apart
from his literary genius, for I was
one of the few who thought the stogies
of his excesses to bo greatly exag
gerated.
"On a cold, dismal October day, so
different from the ordinary genial
weathfr of that clime, I had Just left
my home when my attention was at
tracted to an approaching hearse, fol
lowed by hackney carriages, all of the
plainest type. As I passed the little
cortege some inscrutable impulse In
duced me to ask tha driver of the
•hearse, "Whose funeral is this?* And
to my intense surprise received for
*CZ?answer, "'Mr. Poe, the poet.' This be
tag my first intimation of his dsath,
which occored at the hoapltal tie
previous day (Sunday) and was not,
generally known until after the fi»e»
ral.
"Immediately Ofl this reply I turned
abdut to the graveyard, a few blocks
distant. On arrival there live or six
gentlemen, including the officiating
n'lnister, descended from the carriages
V and followed the coffin to the grave,
while I, as a simple onlooker, remain
ed somewhat in the rear.
"The burial ceremony, which did
not occupy more than three minutes,
was so cold-blooded and unchristian
like as to provoke on my part a »«nse
of anger difficult to suppress. The
only relative present was a cousin
noted Baltimore lawer), the re
malning witnesses being from the
hospital and press."
If you have backache and urinary
i- troubles yau should take Foley's Kid
ne$-Remedy to strengthen .and build
up ffie kidneys so they will act prop
erty. a» a serious kl^ey trosbki m$9
develop. H. H. CasseKMuu
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BISMARCK
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HETTINGER
t. D. NORTON LAND CO.
20,000 acres of beautiful farming land
along the Cedar river. Farm loans.
O. T. PETERSON
Choice prairie lands good relinquish
ments, cheap. Free homesteads located
JAMESTOWN
IV. B. S. TRIMBLE CO.
Best lands In North. Dakota on crop
payments. Low prices
LA MODRE,
ELLIOTT HOLBEHT CO.
Real estate, farm loans. Bonded ab
stractors for La Moure county
JMANDAjN
N. CAREY-LAND MAN
If you want to make a bunch of money
buy vacant land In Mandan.
MOTT
HETTINGER COUNTY LAND CO.
Wo buy and sell Hettinger oounty
farm lands and loans.
CHARLES F. ELLIS
Mandan city property. Morton OOun
ty farm lands. First mortgage loans.
STEELE^
F. P. LEAMY, COUNTY JUDGE
Fafm land* in Kidder, Burleigh and
Stutsman counties.
SPIRIT WOO
SPIRITWOOD STATE BANK
Jlimes River valley lands. Easy terms,
Improved and wild. Farm loan*.
SHELDON
RANSOM COUNTY IMMIGRATION
ASSOCIATION
Ransom' and Foster County Lands
S.F.SHERMAN
Tower City, N. D.
Farms and farm lands
VMJXYCmr
WINTERER & HOLUNSHEAD
Farm lands in Southern Alberta, Cana
da Railroad rates. Write for particulars
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
•ATTORNEYS*
BAKNETT & RICHARDSON, ATTOR
neys st Law. Office, 4 sad 6 Morton
Bulldlug, Broadway.
ROBERTS, AGUSTU8, HENDERSON
block, Broadway, Fargo. Probate prac
tice a specialty.
TLKXKK, H. U., ATTOKNE1Y AT LAW,
Offices in Edwards building, Broadway.
Practices In all courts.
UILLUlt. HENltY fc\, ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. Over Fargo National
Bsnk block, Fargo.
ROBINSON, J. hi., ATTOHMKY AT LAW,
612 Front street, Fargo. Practices lu *11
courts. Tax cases a specialty/
ACCOUNTANT.
WALTER THOMSON, 4K., KXPHRT AC
cotmtant, Pboue 3«»-J. U20 Tbird ave
nue south, Fargo. N. t.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. P. B. BUKTON OFFICE HOURS:—
10 to Yi a. m., 2 to 5 and 8 to 9 p. m.
Office, Stern building. Phone 173-L.
Furgo, N. D.
r. J. CAMPBELL, M. D. PHACTICE
limited to diseases of women—Genito
urinary and Sktn Disease#.OUice hours:
10 to 12 and 3 to 6. Over McDonald
Drug Store, Front street. Phone 729.
DUS. CALLAMDKK AND MACUUKUOR,
Physicians and
Surgeons.
Office deLen-
drecle block. Hours, 11 to 12 3 to 6
and 7 to 8. Telephones: Office 345-K
Dr. Callauder. 'resldeuce S4fi-L Dr. Mac
Qregor, residence 1155-L. Fargo.
IH. A. C. HOltltlS, PHYSICIAN AND
Surtceoa. Office over Wllser's drug
atore, 008 Front street. Hoars, 9 to 13,
2 to and 7 to 8. Telephone 1043-L, of
fice 104H-K, residence.
DR. PAUL BORKNEMS, PHYSICIAN
and burgeon. Office tbird floor Edwards
building, Fargo.
DAHROW & WEIBLE, .PHYSICIANS
sad Surgeons. OHices, deLebidrecie
block, corner Seventh street south sad
Front street. Office hours, 3 to 0 sad
7 to 9 p. in.
DR. i. G. DILLON, HOMEOPATHIC
Physician, 604 Front street. Phone
t74-L. Office hours, 11 to 12 a. m., aud
2 to 5 and 7:30 to 8:80 p. ra.
J. W. VIDAL, M. D., HOMEOPATHfC PHY
rcian and uurgeon. Edwards block, Fargo.
UNDERTAKER
AND LICENSED EMBALMER-PUNBR
al Supplies. J. F. Klce, 8 South Broad
way. Office south of Moody's store.
PIANO TUNER.
PROF. WM. KLIMMEK.. 714 NINTH AVB
nae south. Master tuning and repairing.
COLLECTIONS.
DAKOTA CREDIT & COLLECTION
Bureau. Phone 414. Suite 22, Hunt
ington block, Fargo, N. D.
Notice of Sehool Election.
Notice is hereby given, that the an
nual school election, in and for the
cfty of Fargo, Cass oounty, North Da
kota, will be held on Tuesday, the
twentieth day of April, 1909, at the
following polling places In the several
wards of the city, to wit:
First ward precinct—At the Central
Houso.
Second ward precinct—Jtt New Far
go House.
Third ward precinct—At City water
works pumping station.
Fourth ward, first precinct—At the
court house.
Fourth ward, second ^rootest—At A.
L. Wall's lumber office.
Fifth ward, first precinct—At fire
department building.
Fifth ward, second precinct—At the
public library.
Sixth ward precinct—At. Lincoln
school building.
Seventh ward preoiaet~»Atv Reoso*.
velt school building.
Said election will b* held for the
election of three members of the
board of education for the full term ot
three years.
At said election the polls will bo
POSITIONS WANTED—MALE.
BARBER wants a position. 1S4, care
of Forum.
WANTED—Position as hack or 'bus
driver. Phone 1690-J.
WE MAKE tne bust fla' opening blank
books. Knight Printing Co.
StORM windows taken oft and screen
windows put on. Phone 1236.
WANTED—Job, by engineer holding
second-class certificate. K_ C., 409
Ninth avenue north.
THOROUGHLY experienced and com
petent bookkeeper and stenographer,
now employed, desires change refer
ences. Address Box 178, Forum.
EXPERIENCED stenographer with
knowledge of bookkeeping desires
position at moderate salary. Will do
collecting. Address No. 4. Forum.
LOST.
FOR SALE—Blacksmith shop, 20x50
three-room dwelling house and barn,
tools and stock the only shop in town,
in good farming community Will sell
cheap if taken at once. Kmil Piper,
Adaison, N. D.
FOR 8ALE—Paying general merchan
dise business clean stock and splen
did opening town must have business
continued inspection Invited and wirfi
give satisfactory petLaon for Setting.
M. Boe, Hampden* N. D.
WANTED—Someone looking for snap,
to purchase newspapers haVe two,
both doing goco ouSiness, excellent
plants, good towns, good prospects
must be for cash chance for man with
limited capital reason for selling oth*
#r business answer quick if you mean
business. Address 84S. care Forum.
BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell or ex
change a property or business of any
kind, write us. The F. W. Wise Co.,
Huntington block, Fargo, N. D.
Phone 414.
WANTED TO RENT
Modern House.
WANTED TO RENT—A modern House
of seven or eight rooms, on the south
aide. Address 179, care Forum.
WATCH REPAIRING.
C. J. BELLE8^ 220 Broadway, new
Jewelry store, expert forty years.
Come in.
DRESSMAKING AND SEWING.
DR^£s8MAKlNG*~school, at lli Broad
way.
HORSES FOR 8ALB.
FOR SALE—Driving horse high class
gentleman driver. Phone 783-L.
FOR SALE—Driving norse, buggy,
harness, robe, blankets. W. H.
Stewart.
FOR SALE—Dark dapple gray Per
cheron stallion, years old? weight
1.700 bargain price. Jno. C. Waxier.
Arthur. N. D.
CARRIAGE REPAIRING.
T. L. BERRY, successor to W. R. La
senske. 813 First avenue north.
kept open from 8 o'clock In the
forenoon of said day, until 4 o'clock In
afternoon thereof, and no longer.
THE FARGO FOKFM AND TATLY HEt^TBlTCAN, FIUDAY EVEXTSTG, APRIL 16, 1909.
WHEN YOU WANT TO
N.C.MORGAN,
f/ City Auditor.
CD. April 9 to 19, 19W,)
Notice to Efeetert.
I, N. C. Morgan, city auditor of tho
«fty of Fargo, North Dakota, do here
by certify, that the following individ
ual nominations for members of the
board of education in and for said
city, to be held on the twentieth day of
April, 1909, have been filed in my office
as provided by law, towit:
Mrs. C. Qt. Weiton, Stephenson Dun
lop, H. W. McArdle, B. G. Tenneson
and Braest C. Hansche.
Dated. Fargo, N. D.. April 8, 19M.
N, C. MORGAN,
.-v City
(D. April to 19. 1909.)
HELP WANTED—MALE.
HAVE Knight Printing Co. print It.
WANTED—Boy to learn harness trade.
W. H. Stewart.
WANTED —Qerman-English printer.
Herald Printing Co., Harvey, N. D.
WANTED—Man to work around yari
and house. Apply 707 Seventh street
SOUti).
DRUGGI8T wanted a splendid open
ing for a young druggist with small
capital. Address 169, Forum.
WANTED—Agents to sen accident and
health insurance, good men make
from $25 io $50 a week. Hatcher
Bros., Fargo, N. IX
I WILL TAKE OFF your .storm win-| WANTED—An all around painter and
dows and put on screens, also paint paper hanger, all tools furbished a
small jobs. Phone ltft3. w. R. good lay-out for a good man. Address
Khause. F. C. Jorgenson,. Grandin.
PRINTER wants situation in live towjs WANTED—A first-class barber, at
in North Dakota or Minnesota can{ 'once will pay $15 per wefek and
take full charge of mechanical depart- half over $25. Phone or write Walter
ment, also do some local writing stat$ C. B. Farrar, Wimbledon, N. D.
salary to one who can All your re
quirements. A-ddress 182, Forum.
AGENTS WANTED.
BUSINESS CHANCES*
IF VOU have
$1,200
FOR 8ALE—-Half interest in paying,
estaoiisned business, for $10U worn
partner can maae Ruo montn in Far
go. 1#1, Forum.
FIFTY ISO* improved Hilo peanut
vending macmnes will make you a
splendid income pflceS and terms
right. Address C. V. Marshall, care
Y. M. C. A., Fargo, N. Dak.
FOR SALE—Paying general black
smith business* ih feood coQUtjr ^seaA
town stock, tools, lot, bullUing, good
will cheap as dirt, at $250 casn. Ad
dress U B. 304, Manning, N. D.
WANTED—Good newspaper man with
not less than $liuu to buy hail .in
terest, with full management, of a
county seat paper. One of the best
paying Job departments in the state,
a, care Forum.
WANTED—Promoter for excellent
stock proposition, 10 per cent com
mission no drawing account. Ad-|
dress 176, care Forum.
PRINTER—Foreman for country
weekly must be thoroughly compe
tent one acquainted with a Mergen
thaler Junior preferred good wages
and permanent position to right man.
WANTED—Agent for Rogue River Record, Ellendale, N. D.
valley lands. Benson investment i
Company, Medford, Oregon. WANTED—A first class registered
pharmacist. One who is capable of
AGENT8 wanted to handle easy sell-! managing first class drug store. Must
ing and profitable specialty. Address furnish first class reference. Address
Lusirir.e Specialty Co.. Glenwood. Minn,, 185 care of Forum.
WANTED AT ONCE—A responsible i WANTED—Experienced all around
agent in every town in North Dako- printer, who can do some local writ
to and northern Minnesota to represent
an old line fire Insurance company
$400,000 paid up capital writing hail
insurance. 1011 First avenije south,
Fargo. H. M. Mumford.
T—•Ladles' gold watch, plain
monogram C. H. on back of case) lost
between Grand theatre and 1'weeden
block. B'inaer will receive reward by
returning to MetrepoJe hotel.
ing In absence of editor no ooosser
need apply would pr«fer solo comet
player and if possible double, on firist
violin good salary for right man
county seat town. 157, cure Forum.
HELP WANTED.
Mais and Femal*.
WANTED—Teachers for positions in
all professions. Address Fargo Bu
reau Agency, Box 697, Fargo.
WANTED
cash 1 can make
lOu per cent lor you, with oi- witn
out services. IV#, care Forum.
P1RST-CLA&8 locanou lor veterinary
surgeon, w Norm Uakota town no
COmpctiticAi Addresa care Forum.
HOUSE AND SAFE MOVING.
I MAKE a specialty of unusual and
heavy moving: houses, safes, raising
buildings furnish everything. J. W.
Hodges, phone 00$.
SPIRELLA CORSETS-GUARANTEED
THE NEW models, fifty different
shapes, for ail forms I call and give
perfect fittings scores of recommends
from Fargo ladles. Mrs. A. Anderson,
Room 15. Stern block. Phone 1867-L.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
CONTRACTOR Erickson of Dllworth
is now in shape to gi*e estimates
and plans on applications. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Phone 1880-J.
BUY.
CASH for men's worn garments
phone 1627-L. N. B.. 314 Front street.
HOSPITAL.
MATERNI T^HOSPiiTM.—Competent
nurses and best of care nlghest tes
timonials from doctors and patients.
Mrs. Jennie Camp, *01 Tenth street
south, Fargo.
IDAHO U. 8. GOVERNMENT CAREY
ACT LANDS, in the Twin Falls dis
trict (the famous Snake River valley)
50,000 acres open to settlement by
drawing, on June 8, 1909. Write C.
B. Hurtt, Boise," Idaho.
BOSTON TERRIERS.
FOR SALE—Ail ages, registered .stock.
Phone 733L or Inquire Waldorf bil
liard parlors.
HOUSEHOLD HEADQUARTERS.
BUY, SELL & EXCHANGE—New and
second hand furniture and stoves
goods gold on installment plan. Hart
steln, 402 Front street. Phone 181.
STORE YOUR 8TOVE8.
SAUL and Saul will get your stove,
polish it and set it up $5 for the
season. Phone 1418.
BICYCLES FOR SALE.
WE HAVE a car-load of new Colum
bias, Clevelands. Crescents, J. E- J.'s
—the best made—terms right also
bike and gun repairing. J. E. John
son's Bicycle Supply House, 316 Broad
way, Fargo.
HORSES TO LET.
WORK HORSES to let a four-horse
team, or wiil crop your land for
you. Phone 1269. Piatt Fuel Co.
LOTS FOR SALE.
LOT on south side, 50x160, east front
200 ftet to car line. W. C. Laizure.
FOR SALE—A fine lot with good
beach, on Lake Cormorant $40 cash.
Address 164, care Forum.
MINERAL WATER.
FAlffHAVEN mineral spring water,
by gallon or bottle, -delivered to any
part of city. Phone 1080-J.
»\S!
Lady cooks, farm
hand and girls for city
and country. Call at Johnson's em
ployment otllce, under Commercial
Dank building.
SALARY & FURNITURE LOAN3.
MONbY LuAiNtL) to nonesi employes,
holding permanent positions, strictly
confidential. Loans un furniture, pl
anus, etc., on the installment plan. W.
G. Mahon, 106 Broadway, suite o. Hunt
ington block.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
WE MAKE liberal loans upon Fargo
real estate. The Savinars & Loan,
11 Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE.
WANTED—To trade a farm for an
automobile. Lock Box No. 2, Wil
liston, N. D.
FOR HOUSE and lot in Fargo, 163
acres of farm land, with timber,
water, hay, house barn. Inquire E. A.
Perry.
ASK FOR THE "WANT AD" DEPARTMENT i
STATE YOU* "WANT AD" AND IT WILL APPEAR IN THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE FARGO FORUM. THE RATE IS ONE CENT A WORD
FIRST INSERTION ONE-HALF CENT A WORD EACH CONSF.CUTIVE INSERTION THEREAFTER. A COLLECTOR WILL CALL
Foa
NO "WANT AD" WILL BE TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWENTY CENTS
ADVERTISERS
TiCS
The "Want Ad" Page
ol The Forum Closes
1 P. M.
Day of Publioaiion. Aavertlse*
merit* for Insertion Same Day
Must Be Reoeived Before 12:45
o'Ci°ck te Insure Insertion. Copy
Reesived After 1 o'Cloek Will
Be inserted the Following Day.
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HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
WANTED—Girl for general housework.
518 Ninth street south.
LOOSE leaf ledger sheeia to ftt any
ledger. Knight Printing Co.
WAN TED—Apprentice girls to learn
drcs&r.iaking, at 115 Broadway.
WANTED—Girl fo* general house
work. 822 First avenue north.
WANTED— Apprentice girl to learn
dressmaking, at 624 Broadway.
WANTED—An experienced chamber
maid, also dishwasher. Prescott ho
tel.
WANTED—A good gM for general
housework. Mrs. W. E. Hunt, 62S
Ninln street south.
GIRL—Competent fov general house
work. Mrs. C. E. Webster, 1123
Third avenue south.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work, three in family. Mrs. Schoen
ihger, 324 Roberta street.
WANTED—Competent help at dress
making, no others need apply good
wages. Room 13, deLendrecle block.
WANTED—Competent girl foi general
hoasewoik, three in family. 504
Fourteenth street south. Phone 433-J.
WANTED—Girl for general housework,
have power washer, modern house.
410 Ninth avenue south. Phone $40.
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework, small family and good
wages. Mrs. Vidai, 811 Second ave
nue south.
WANTED—A little girl to take cars of
baby two year* old. Must go home
night. Mrs. J. I* Hooker, Continental
Flats.
WANTED—A competent girl for gen
eral housework, by May 1. Enquire
Mrs. S. G. Maglll, at 1325 Third ave
nue south.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. 'Apply Father Egan, St. Mary's
cathedral rectory, corner Sixth avenue
and Seventh street north.
WANTED—Experienced saleslady in
ladies' garment department, regular
36 or 38. Apply personally. Denis
Fur Co., 206 Broadway.
WANTED—Good, competent girl for
general housework good place, good
wages, experience. Mrs. J. W. Brown,
316 Fifth street north. Phone 735-L.
POSITION WANTEDb
Female.
WANTED—Work
washer woman.
6 p. m.
by the day, by
Phone 1932-J, after
BY COMPETENT lady stenographer,
having machine able to assist at
book work. 156, care Forum.
AN EXPERIENCED young lady would
like position in store or ortlee, as
clerk. Address 180, care Forum.
EXPERIENCED stenographer wants
position can assist on books good
penman furnish best of references.
Address Stenographer, 722 Fourth
street north.
FOR RENT
^^UllfurnUhed^ Rooms—South Slde.
FOR RENT—Unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 1211 First ave
nue south.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
ANNOUNCEMENTS, invitations and
programmes. Knight Printing Co.
FOR RENT—Houses, cottages and
stores. W. J. Lane. Phone *07.
FOR RENT—Modern eight-room house
down town. W. J. L*ne, phone 807.
FOR RENT Seven-room modern
house. Inquire at 108 Sixth avenue
north.
FOR RENT—Seven-room house at 510
Fourth street north. Call Room 506,
Gardner hotel.
modern
FOR RENT —Seven-room
house, centrally located.
Malmberg, 60 Broadway.
Ernest
FOR RENT—Strictly modern furnish
ed house, close in. for six months or
for the Bummer. 176, care Forum.
FOR RENT Seven room modern
house on Thirteenth street south, one
block from car line, Call 1346 Fourth
avenue south.
FOR SALE 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.
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING.
WANTED—When In need of paper
hanging, painting or kalsomlning,
drop a card to lock box 832, Fargo, and
I will call. Work guaranteed.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT—Two furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, suit
able for man, wife and daughter, pri
vate family preferred. Address J. W.
H., 186, Forum.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
MRSTPARRY, Gardner hotel. Tel. 1800.
GARDEN SEESU! AND FEED.
t.
•. LEWIS. 312 N. P. avenuo. Fargo.
KT A "WANT AIV PHONE 1595
HOOM and board. 81* t»*ventb street
south.
BOARD AND ROOM in modern bouse.
Private family. 'lit Fifth street
north. Phone 736-L.
ROOMS, with or without board. Park
House, 103 Eighth street south.
BOARD and room in modern house,
120 and 125 per month board with
out room, S5 per week. 40t Eighth
street south.
fOn RENT.
Furnished Rooms- ~N. S,
KUOM8 lot rent. EiUott block.
l-OR RENT—Rooms
402 N. P. avenue.
in Knerr block.
FOR RENT—Room, modern. Apply
Der,is block, 417 N. P. avenue.
FOR RENT—i'urnished room in mod
ern house, 703 Broadway. Phone
1775.
in
FOR RENlV-Three furnished rooms
for housekeeping. 1407 First avenue
north.
FOR RENT—A furnished front room
partly modern. 607 Second avenue
north.
FOR RENT—Suite of nicely furnished
front rooms with two closets, in th«
Dixon flats.
MODERN furnlsnea rooms, also house
keeping rooms. 524 Broadway.
Phone 1S27-J.
FOR RENT—One furnished room in
modern house on car line 622 Tenth
avenue north.
FOR RENT- Newly furniahed modern
room, gentleman preferred. 292
Roberts street.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms,
in modern house. Phone tlO, 18
Ninth street north.
FOR RENT—Good front room, fur
nished, in modern house. 1020
First avenue north.
ONE FURNI8HED ROOM to let.
all modern, at 728 Eighth street
north Phone 1708-L.
FOR RENT Beautifully furnished
room, accommodate two young men.
324 Fifth street north.
FOR RENT—Nice furnished room.
modern in every way. 121 Ninth
street north. Phone 12V4-J.
FOR RENT—Three rooms, furnished
or unfurnished, 3, Fourteenth street
south. Call at 524 Broadway.
FOR RENT—Two beautifully furnish
ed rooms, single or double strictly
modern house. Phone 1266-J.
FURNISHED room centrally located,
modern improvements. Phone 1316-L.
or call ill Eighth street north.
ONE ROOM in strictly modern fiat
on corner Second avenue and Fourth
street north. No. 124, Flat 1, or phone
1848-U
NICELY furnished room, suitable for
two persons heat, electric light,
bath, use of phone. 406 Seventh ave
nue north.
ROOM FOR RENT—MOORHEAD
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room,
with bath and modern convenienccM.
Phone 450-L, Belfy Flats, corner First
avenue and Third street norm, Moor
head.
FOR RENT.
Furniahed Rooms—S.
hOR KkN 1—Furuisuee. rooms.
First avenue south.
1S1I
A SUITE of partially furnished room« $
at all First avenue south.
FOR KENT—Large, steam heated
rooms, over Moody's. Phone 1361-L.
FOR RENT—Suite furnished rooms for
lignt housekeeping, gas, lights, bath.
820 Seventh street south.
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping new and strictly modern.
130D Second avenue south.
FOR RENT—Furnished, sitting room,
bed room and large closet, en suite,
in modern nouse, suitable for man anu
Wife close In. 814 First avenue souta.
FOR RE —Furnished room, modern
house. 914 Filth avenue south.
Phone 1062.
FOR RENT—FLATS.
FOR RENT—Five-room furniahed flat,
centrally located, for summer
months. Phone 1843-L.
FOR RENT—Flat ur rooms, furnished
or unfurnished, over 402 and 40f
Front street. Bert Hartsteln.
FOR RENT—A five and a three-room
steam heated fiat, with baths and
hot water, in Porritt Flats. Phone 374.
FOR RENT—Five-room,
modern flat,
centrally located. The North Dakota
Improvement Company, Nos. 4-5, Tyler
block, Fargo, N. D. Phono
$64.
FOR RENT—COTTAO*.
COTTAGE for rent. Apply Dr. Geary,
Edwards building.
FOR RENT—Six room
brick cellar and shed,
and First street north.
cottage with
Sixth avenue
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—Very desirable suit* of
offices in the Mortua building. Page,
Benedict Land Co.
SUBSCRIPTIONS,
SUBSCRIPTION orders for Ths St.
Paul Pioneer Press may be phoned
to P. A. Daaielson, 1586-1*.
•TORY OF THE PRAIRIES.
BY DANIEL E. WILLARD, for sale at
McCiana's or Turner's. Fargo, N. D.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE—One thousand dollar con
tract in North Dakota Improvement
Co. one-fourth paid up. Write Box
100, Gardner, N. Dak.
SAFES FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Second hand Are proof
safe 87x28x24 Inches. Fargo Foun
ds Co.
MEDICAL.
WOBTH DbLL^RaT^rts oonts. Bar
ker's Cough Remedy. AO dniggtsf^
n
PAY.
FOR 8ALE— HOUSEHOLD GOOD3.
FOR SALE—Household furniture,
good
S
new, at half prioe. 704 Sec­
ond street north.
FOR SALE—Household furniture, must
be sold at once. Sit Fifth street
north. Phone 1229-L.
$200 CASH takes a $360 Hobart M.
Cable piano, at 524 Fourth street
north, If »old at once.
FOR SALE—$30, wicker baby carriage,
practically as good as new, for $1».
Apply 7o7 Seventh street south.
FOR SALE—One bird's eye maple
drossing table, chiffonier, same one
weathered oak, leather bottom, arm
chair. 394 Sixth avpnue south.
FOR SALS.
FOR SALE Fresh cow. Phone II.
FOR SALE Black dirt
cheap. Bowers Bros,
and clay.
FOR SALE—A good aecoad
•ate. Hatcher xiros.. Parga
FOR 8ALE—Dray, buggy, harness,
plow, cultivator, cheap. Inquire 12
8ixth avenue northeast.
FOR SALE—Nloe. «tean, old papers
packages of 60 for 10 cents, laO tor
*5 ceuu, at Forum office.
FOR SALE—Lumber, dry jack pine
cord w ood. Address C. Sleeper, Pine
River, Minn.
FOR SALE—About 100 tons of hay,
two milts west of Fargo. C. H. Poi
rltt, corner Fifth street and N. P. avt
nue, Fargo, N. D.
FOR SALE—Fine, full-blood Barred
Plymouth Rock cockerel, prices
ranging from $8 to $2 apieoe. W. ii.
Larson & Co., Argusvilie, N. D.
FOR SALE—Four registered
Short
Horn bulls, two yearlings and two
2-year-olds. Wilte lor terms to G. A,
Knignt, Gardner, Casa Co., N. uak.
IN ORDER to close out the few re.
malning Fargo Forum carpet sweep
era on nand, we will sell them way
below the coat. The Forum Printing
Co.
FOR SALE—Cass county maps, gb
ing names of owners of every
ter aeetlon, price reduced to 60 cenijg
'or paper. $1 for cloth backs. Addreai
Forum Printing Co., Fargo.
FOR SALE—The famous Old Trasty
incubators and brooders write t|s
for catalogue and pricea. J. G. Gouldett
co, sales agents. Edwards building,
Fargo. N. D.
FOR SALE—Canvas tent, black linefc
striped red and blue, 30x90 feet, fur
moving picture outfit thre* sets of
scenery, ail complete, will sell at snap
price. Grand theatre- Ffergo.
FOR SALE—A sound, well broken
young horse, w«ght 1,100 two good
light vvugons with boxes, one new, A
two-seated spring buggy, nearly new
a walnut revolving oftice cbalr, leather
back and seat a Farmer's Friend
scales. E. C. Eddy.
I FOR SALE
i
fti V
$16 per acre for good land near
e Steele, N. D., on N. P. R. R.
923 per acre for good farm,
miles from Mentor, Minn., on O. 4
N. R. R.
.!
|19 per acre for good farm, 20
S miles east from Thief River Falls,
i Minn. Soo R. R. building close.
$ A Big 8nap in a line hotel, in
a prosperous town, where living
4f Is cheap. Rates $2 per day, no w
opposition easy terms. Address
YORK BROS. CO.
Superior, wis.
11
FOR SALE—LAND.
FOR SALE—Eighty acres of
thi etc-fourth* mile from Ha mar, M.
D., wiu scii cheap. Call or write, 3B.
W. Davu, Hauiar. N. Lu look boa It,
FOR CHOICE improved and unim
proved farm lands that are sold
upon ten-year payments or on crop
payments, write or call on Frank J*
Kellogg. Cleveland. N. D,
FOR SALE CHEAP—to acre* lmprop*
ed farm, 12 miles from Moorheu
and 3 miles from Averii, Minn. for
sale price and terms, address* M. J,
Coogan, Box 471, Arlington, Washing*
ton.
FOR SALE—Quarter of Una, 1«VI|
land, one mile from Lemrrion, S. 0.,
town of 2,000, on new Milwaukee, MO
rocks, every acre tillable, small house,
barn best quarter in that country
make excellent dairy proposition
$3,000, half cash. Address Box LI*
Fargo.
FOR SALE—April 21 is ths data of
the next excursion mad* by our spot
ial train to western Canada, where tlkty
raise forty bushel# of dollar wheat per
acre. 150,000 acres of land to sel*ct
from at low prices and easy terms.
Round trip fare of $20 Is refunded to
purchasers. Descriptive UteratulO
furnished fr** on application. The F.
W. Wise Co., 22 Huntington blocfc,
Fargo, N. D. Phone 414.
SOUTH AFRICAN LAND SCRIP.
WE UNDERSELL ALL.
GOOD for 320 acres choice land grant
opportunity low prices, big demand
write now. Address Allen Co., Som«f*
set building, Winnipeg, Canada.
AUTOS FOR SALE,
TTRES
sold and repaired.
FOR
ALE
Fargo Aut*
P. avenuo,
Tire Repair Co.. 508 N.
FOR
SALE—A 5-passenger, $1,804
Pope-Hartford automobile. 1907 mod
el, for $600, in fine condition
for selling, a larger car is wanted,
dress 119. care Forum.
MAXWELL runabout, dirt cheap, at
$325,
looks and runs like new. tlroi
all in splendid shape I am selling this
car because I must have the money,
Address Lock Box 10, Sheldon. N. IX
-Cottage Lake
W. C. Laizure
Minn.
Detroit
FOR SALE—Modern cottage, or will
rent after April 5. For particulars
address Mrs. Campbell, Lisbon, of
phone 1265-L, Fargo.
FOR SALE—GRADER.
FOR SALE—One Russel standard gra
der for sale at half price, new. never
used. Apply to Jorgen Jensen or C.
A. Orovor, Olyndon, MUu*
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