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HELP WANTED—MALE.
ANTED—Men and women in North
Dakota towns to earn $20
ekly experience unnecessary. Write
particulars. G. A. M. E- Co., Box
Fargo, N. D.
AVE Knight Printing Co. Print It
«fA NTED—1,000 A. C. students to
visit Bob Flynn during the month or
flnuary.
GO TO FARGO HOUSE barber shop.
Shave 10 cents, hsir cut 25 cents
oes shlned free.
GP'L .I.I.N I,...
WANTED AT ONCE—Barber, $14 a
*^!weok half over (22. Win. J9.be,
igbgsweH, N. D,
JjARGO AUTOMOBILE and gas en
gineering school get in on the first
gass. Write for information, 1225
wont street.
|he BEST HAIR CUT in to^n 25c
shave 10c. Johnson's Barber Shop,
l|0 Froat street. Free shine.
IN ANSWERING all want ad* giving
^a certain number care of The Forum
Hs sure to address your answer to that
•amber, in care of Forum. This in
spires prompt attention. _____
WANTED- By the Automobile Own
i ers' association, men whom we can
fcjjscommend to owners to instruct to
Bfecome licensed chauffeurs. 1312 Hen
»epin avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED—Railway mail clerks, cus
||toms clerks spring examinations in
Fargo, Feb. 2 and 3 sample questions
tochester,
ee. Franklin Institute, Dept. 294-L,
N. Y.
WANTED—Straight matter composi
tor. can secure permanent situation
at good wages must come at once
give full particulars first letter. The
-Taylor Reporter, Taylor, N. D.
IvANTED—Men tu learn barbar tiade
easy work, big pay few weeks com
Shetes by our method. Write for free
nlustrated catalogue. Moler Barber
JpoHege, 27 H, Nicollet avenue. Min
fleapolls. Minn. Established 1893.
POSITIONS WANTEO—MALE.
WANTED—Position as repair man in
automobile shop experienced. Ad
dress 31, care Forum.
WANTED—A position in the city by a
male stenographer and bookkeeper.
Box 227, or phone 1087.
-JVANTED—Work on set of books aft
er o'clock p. m. can work one or
two hours each day. Phone 208-L.
WANTED—Position by a registered
pharmacist, six years' experience
competent to take charge. Address
Box 438, Oakes, N. D-
feAND LEADER—Long road experi
ence, strong cornet, A. F. of M.,
wants location in barber business
where services are In demand. Address
No. 29, Forum-
POSITION WANTED by young man,
stenographer and bookkeeper year
find half experience as abstracter
good references abstract position pre
ferred 23 years of age. Address 38,
care Forum.
VOUNG MAN wishes steady position
with chances for advancement as
stenographer and bookkeeper banking
ferred is good penman, speaks and
rites German has excellent recom
naatlon. Write at once to Lock
feox 175, Marion, N. D.
HELP WANTED—MALE er FEMALE
WANTED—Experienced dining room
girl, chef and other male help. F.
L. Nigey, Mandan, N. D.
WANTED—Lady ot gentleman to
learn photography no such big re
turns at anything else for so small
Amount invested. Apply Schoch's
Photo Studio. 112 Front street.
WANTED—Solicitors and manager for
New York Co-Operative Company.
Substantial income for man or woman
that can make good. Call room 27,
Prescott Hotel, W. B. Holton.
AGENTS WANTEa
WANTED—Agents to sell our S cent
cigar with the latest Improved elec
tric lighter easy seller. Address
Crown Cigar Co., Milwaukee, W1b.
BARKER'S IS THE MEDICINE.
for coughs, colds, catarrh and
''jrheumatism ask your druggist.
%r
I MIL. II'IWIW.
LOST.
LOST—An Eastern Star pin, set with
pearls- Phone 709.
•LOST—Wednesday, probably between
Tenth street and Seventh avenue
jsouth via college hill, one new table
"napkin. Phone 1382-L for reward.
.LOST—A 6-month old jet black cock
crel spaniel reward will be paid for
the return of the dog to Mrs. Maggie
?|Murphy, 711 Seventh street north-
WANTED TO RENT—HOTEL
|WANTED —Location for restaurant
.-j and confectionery store, or will rent
Vffurnished hotel. Address 42, care Fo
©rum.
FOR SALE—POULTRY.
FOR SALE—Single comb brown leg
horn, cockerels and pullets' eggs for
liiatching in season. Phone 564-J.
i?
i
FOR SALE—HORSES
|FOR SALE—A bay horse, 8 years old
and perfectly sound. Apply at The
SLittle Red grocery, 94 Front street.
HOUSE AND SAFE MOVING.
4*"
I MAKE a specialty of unusual and
heavy moving houses, safe3, raising
buildings furnish everything. J. W.
Hodges. Phone 903.
WANTED TO BUY.
MEN'S worn garments. Phone 1827-L*
Fargo.
WANTED TO BUY—A stock of hard
ware in some good live town. Ad
dress 35, care Forum.
LOTS FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Fine residence lot in best
location on Eighth street south.
4 $2,200 cash if taken at Once. Address
792. care Forum.
111 1
N, D. PRESS" CLIPPING BUREAU.
.INTERN AT^ONAL~information. Law
I science, art, literature advertised
bide iuruiahed to *4^
Bok IS, Christine. N' 0*
WANTED-^-Oirl. 310 Ninth
north. Phone 2815-J.
WANTED—Two good girls,
at Fargo Laundry.
S?
HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
WANTED—Qood girl for general
housework good wages. Mrs. C. O.
Smith, 911 Eighth street south.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Mrs. W. F. Frentzel, 924
Tenth street south. Phone 1021.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work, small family, modern house.
Apply 1042 Eleventh street north.
WANTED—Woman cooR wanted for
restaurant, at once must be first
class, wages $40 per month with room.
P- O. Box 211, Wahpeton, N, D.
WANTED—Sixty young ladies to act
as waitresses at banquet, noon of
Jan. 18 previous experience unneces
sary. Inquire at cafe, Geo. Pirio Co.
WANTED—First class woman short
order and pastry cook for night
shift best wages none but experi
ence^ need apply. Geo. J. Buhler, Wil
liston, N. D.
WANTED—Competent girl for gener
al housework, good wages, all mod
ern conveniences. Mrs. L. A. Huntoon,
922 Eighth street south, Moorhead,
Minn.
GIRLS WANTED—We guarantee to
teach you to cut and fit all kinds of
ladles' garments. Write for terms.
McDowell School of Dress Cutting and
Dress Making. Flat 4, Platky Block.
G'rand Forks, N. D.
POSITIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WORK WANTED by the day. Phone
2374.
WANTED—Washing to do at home.
Phone 1983.
EXPERIENCED stenographer desires
position. Call phone 2087.
WANTED—Plain sewing, shirt waists
a specialty. Phone 1460-L.
WOMAN wants washing or work by
the day. 901 Thirteenth street
south.
WANTED—A clerical position by a
lady with experience. Address Box
227. Fargo.
WANTED—Woman with child wishes
position as housekeeper in country.
Phone 2466.
WOMAN WANTS position as house
keeper in an American family. Ad
dress 39, care Forum-
LADY COMPOSITOR desires position
Good references. Address Lock Box
No. 519, Marshall, Minn-
WANTED—Position by young girl to
take care of children and assist with
housework. Phone 2262-J.
FIRST CLASS IRONER wants work
by the day in private places. Phone
"M-J. Call after
The Rate is i Cent a Wofd First Insertion, One-half Cent a Word Each Consecutive Insertion Thereafter.
street
Apply
WANTED—A girl for general house
work.' Phone 1789-J.
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. 343 Ninth avenue south.
WANTED—Girl attending school to
work fo? board and room- Phone
1820-L.
6
p.
IM­
POSITION WANTED by young lady
going to A. to work for board
and room. Address 40, care Forum.
WANTED—A Position as stenogra
pher or bookkeeper by a lady who
has some experience. Address Box
227, Fargo.
EXPERIENCED lady stenographer
with some knowledge of bookkeeping
desires position at otic#. Address 46
care Ftorum.
WANTED—Stenographic work fore
noons will go to office or take work
home as preferred prices reasonable.
Phone 2087.
COMPETENT OFFICE woman excel
lent stenographer knowledge of
bookkeeping, desires to make change
Address 32, care Forum.
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL.
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL—118 Broad
way.
SEWING WANTED.
WANTED—Plain sewing and dress
making. Phone 1926-L.
DRESSMAKING.
ESSMAKING—Operations#
Flat 5, room 4.
annex,
FASHIONABLE dressmaking
Tenth street north.
at 27
DRESSMAKING alterations remod
cling. No. 66, Kennedy block-
TEACHERS.
TEACHERS—We need teachers for
rural and city schools. Send for
registration blank today. Northwest
era Teachers Agency, Grand Forks, N,
D.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
WHEN YOU WANT to talk to the
people in prosperous South Dakota
you can do it best through the columns
of The Aberdeen Daily American read
every day by 30.000 in 250 towns and
rural routes in the northern half of
the state. Classified ads. for sale,
help wanted, exchange, real estate,
etc. for 1 cent a word each insertion.
Send stamps to American, Aberdeen,
S. XX
HOUSES FOR SALE.
HOME FOR SALE—A new well built
eight-room, strictly modern house
owner leaving city. See W. R. KJlpat
rick, 390 Eighth avenue south. Phone
20S0-L.
O. K. LAUNDRY.
0. K. LAUNDRY—Mrs. E- C. Officer.
1123 Eighth street south. Phone
2191-L.
FOR RENT—DESK ROOM.
FO& RENT—Desk room in new Fargo
National bank building. Apply
Frank E. Corson Co.
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES.
POOL AND BILLIARD tables large
stock of new and secondhand bil
liard and pool tables also bar fixtures,
show' cases, tables, chairs and refrig
erators time payments. Write tor
catalogue. Merlo & Heaney Manu
facturing Cu..
couth, ttivneapottfc
BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED
TABLE BOARD at 227 Roberts street.
BOARD AND ROOM—14.26 per week.
722 Broadway.
'TABLE BOARD by"the week, 608 Sec
ond avenue north.
ROOM AND BOARD at SIS per month.
718 Ninth street north.
ROOM AND BOARD at 818 Seventh
street south. Phone 1439-J.
TABLE BOARD and furnished rooms
at 222 Fourth street south, Moor
head, Minn.
FOR RENT
—Modern furnished room?
Steene block. Fifth street ecuth.
Front. Also table board, 84 per wee*.
WELL FURNISHED ROOM, suitable
for two excellent table board all
conveniences. 211 Tenth street north.
Phone 2302.
WANTED—BOARD AND ROOM.
WANTED TO RENT—Two small or
one big unfurnished room and board.
Apply 8u3 Seventh avenue north.
PARTY COMING to Fargo about Jan.
22, would like to get board and room
in some private family or room only
must be furnished. Address 33, care
Forum.
PARTY COMING TO FARGO about
Jan. 22 would like to get board and
room in some private family, or room
only—must be furnished. Address 33,
care Forum.
FOR RENT.
Furnished Rooms—Northside.
FOR RENT—Furnished room*.
Ninth street north.
FOR RENT—Furnished
Fourth avenue north.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, downstairs- 413
Third avenue north.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms in
modern house. 605 Fifth street
north. Phone 1926-L.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, modern and
warm. 409 Ninth avenue north. Phone
19&9-J-
FOR RENT.
Furnished Rooms—Southside.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms.
Blrchaii flats.
FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping
rooms. 1348 Front street.'
FOR RENT—Furnished room, strictly
modern. 1123 Fifth avenue south.
Phone 611-L-2.
LARGE FRONT ROOM In modern
house. 1208 Second avenue south
Phone 2406-L.
FOR RENT—Modern, steam-heated,
furnished rooms. Williams, block,
15 Fifth street south.
FOR RENT—Furnished room in new
modern house. 1019 Fourth avenue
south. Phone 2192-J.
FOR RENT—Warm room in modern
house for two gentlemen. 921 Fourth
avenue south- Phone 790-L,
FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms
by the day, week or month- 101
Eighth street south. Phone 1504-L.
FURNISHED ROOMS for light house
keeping, strictly modern, on car line
first floor. 1309 Second avenue south.
FOR RENT—Nice warm rooms In
strictly modern house. Call at 821
Seventh street south or phone 220-J-
FOR RENT—Furnished room, strictly
model r. suitable for two gentlemen.
13 Eighth street south. Phone 1102-J.
FOR RENT—Unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping in flat. Corner
Fourth and Front streets. Phone
2324-JV
FOR RENT—Two beautifully furnish
ed rooms, one with private bath,
new, strictly modem, rloso In. Call
811 Second ayenuc south.
FOR RENT—One large room, can be
used either for ofTice or light house
keeping steam heated, modern. Ap
ply J. B. Folsom, 616 Front street-
WANTED—BABY TO BOARD.
WANTED—Babies to
2466.
-THE *T&RtS6* TOOTH" 'AST* 'DAILY* JtoTTBtatrAj?, H03vDAf ETEXING, JATOTAHY 15, 1912.
113
rooms. 813
FOR RENT—One front room. 60*Fifth
street north. Phone 1575-
OPERAHOUSE ANNEX—Nioely fur
nished rooms, fnone 1396-JL,
FOR RENT—Furnished room, suitable
for two ladies only. 733 Third street
north.
FOR RbNT—Fin® furnished rooms at
65 Fourth street. Apply Hogan
block.
FOR RENT—Furnished front room,
steam heated. 34*. Thkd street
North-
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. 733 Second street
north.
MODERN ROOM lor rent near P. O.
Apply ill Eighth street north. Phone
1316-L.
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod
ern house for one person only. 119
Eighth street north.
board. Phone
NEWSPAPER RECEIVING SOXES.
THE FORUM has a supply of neat
receptacles in which to place dally
newspapers and other mail and any
patron of this paper in Fargo or Moor
head may secure one of these boxes
free by calling at The Forum office,
provided his paper Is paid to date.
LEAP YEAR POST CARDS.
LIFE MODEL leap year, and quality
post cards are making a hit, high
class, clever, clean, catchy subjects,
[email protected] [email protected] Post paid. Wol
brink's, Aberdeen, S. D.
RELINQUISHMENT.
320 ACRES in Custer county well
improved for sale or exchange
make me an offer. Box 771, Fargo,
N. D.
OFFICES FOR RENT.
OFFICES in good location for rent
Knquire Pirie's ca?e_
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—Three nice unfurnished
Phone 1595Jd Us Your Wants and The ForumWant Ads Will Do the Rest
ADVERTISERS
NOTICE
The Wut Ad Page
•f Tfie Fsrum Closes
12:30 P. M.
Day of Publication, Advertise
ments for insertion for Same Day
Must Be Received Before 12:30
O'Clock to Insure Insertion. Copy
Received After 12:30 O'Clock
Will Be Inserted the Following
Day.
^twapesIF^ ftouwctLfr
FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
FOR SALE—Furniture for sale in
suite of two rooms with bath in
down town block. Phone 653.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE New
and secondhand stores and furniture
bought and sold. B. Hartstein, 508
Front street. Phone 181.
FOR SALE—Hamilton piano, good as
new also line large roll top desk,
quartered oak finish. 219 Ninth street
north. Phone 1872.
IN ANSWERING all want ads. giving
a certain number care of The Forum,
be sure to address your answers to
that number, in care of Forum. This
insures prompt attention.
IN ORDER to close out the few re
maining Fargo Forurn carpet sweep
ers on hand, we will sell them way
below coat. The Forum Printing Co.
PIANO FOR SALE—Will sell our
beautiful mahogany upright piano
for 145, used only couple months Cost
$350 must be seen to be appreciated
606 Fifth street north.
FOR SALS.
FOR 8ALE—150 tons hay. Chas.
Say lor Co., Leyden, N. D.
FOR SALE—Boy's new overcoat. 45
Inch. Size, 15 years. Phone 1960-L.
FOR SALE—Nice, clean, old papers
packages of 50 for 10 cents 160 for
25 cents. Forum office.
FOR SALE—Fine new n}ckel plated
alto horn cost $32 will sell for $13
Write A, R, George, P. O. Box 857,
city.
FOR 3ALE—Lady's Astrakhan coat,
feize 38 good condition excellent for
driving coat reasonable price. Phone
198, or ndcress 1422 First avenue south.
IN ORDER to close out the few re
maining Fargo Forum carpet sweep
ers on hand, we will sell them away
below cost. The Forum Printing Co
FOR SALE—The postofflce fixtures
formerly used at Casselton, N. D. A
bargain if taken at once. Inquire,
"Stockholders," Casselton, N. D.
FOR SALE—2,000 oak fence posts,
5 to 6 feet, 3^ inch thick, 15 cents
each wood in cords, ash, maple, aim,
basswood. Apply O. Sivertson, Wild
Rice, N. D.
FOR SALE CHEAP—New five-drawer
National cash register, latest model,
used less than one year, and guaran
teed In good condition. Address 27,
care Forum.
FOR SALE at sacrifice, roll top desk,
spring chair, sanitary couch, new
Smith Premier typewriter, 30-horse
power vacuum cleaner, and first class
butcher shop in Fargo will trad® for
city property. R. J. Ferguson Land
Co., phone 1655-L, F*argo, N. D.
HOUSE3 FOR RENT.
DOWNSTAIRS—Four rooms and shed,
$7. 1511 Fifth avenue north.
FOR RENT—Six-room house, S10
Roberts street. Phone 2410-JL
FOR RENT—Six-room house. 1019
Seventh avenue north. Phone 2224-J.
FOR RENT—New house, Just finished,
two blocks from car, $15 a month.
Phone 741.
FOR RENT Seven-room house,
cheap. Apply 121 Fifth street north.
Phone 1519-L.
FOR RENT—Three-room house at 811
Third avenue north, Moorhead- Ap
ply to Mrs. Thorson.
FOR RENT—Five-room house, 712
Second avenue north. Inquire at
Aaker's Business College.
FOR Rhi* .—Nice 6-room house part
ly modern. Low rent and close In.
For particulars Inquire Collis A
Knight.
FOR RENT—One eight-room house on
Fourth street north, close in, thor
oughly modern, newly repaired. Phone
2005-L.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Good Income
property for stock of merchandise.
Address Box 340, Stanley, N. D.
FOR SALE—Six-room house, full lot,
not modern. 822 College street will
trade for horses and farm machinery or
cash- Phone 2217-L.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—One section
farm land in Billings county easy
terms or will trade for city property
or improved farm. Address 41, care
Forum.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—My 160-aere
farm at $15 per acre six miles from
good town good buildings partly
broke and good water school very
close land rolling five-year loan of
$1,400. Address 45, care Forum.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Quarter
section land to trade for stock mer
chandise also want auto in trade for
land. 160 acres in Cass county will
trade for stock farm machinery what
have you? Address Box 158, Wimble
don, N. D.
FOR SALE or will trade for unln
cumbered farm land, complete ice
cream factory, bottling works and
wholesale bakery, including buildings
will sell or trade any part or all
of the above or will rent buildings.
This will bear the closest investiga
tion good reason for selling. Ad
dress 26. care Forum.
WANTED TO RENT—ROOMS.
MARRIED COUPLE want large nicely
furnished front room with heat wirn I
or without board or two furnished I
roo$£, £"4^4* Fargo Lau»-1 rooms £oa- light houaekceym#, AtU
I*!** 1% ctrc rorta*^
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR 8ALE—New hardware stock and
fixtures, $3,000 only stock In town.
Bx 37, Nome, N. D.
FOR SALE—Store building, confec
tionary stock and fixtures, doing
goofl business. No. 740, care Forum.
FOR SALE—One pool hall, size 22x64
feet, four tables and fixtures terms
easy- B. F. Brown, Pettlbone, N. D.
POWER PglNTING PLANT—Quite
complete for eight page weekly pa
P^r, for sale dirt cheap, if taken at
^nee torms to suit purchaser. W. A.
i ung. Park River. N. D.
^—Furniture and lease of
good hotel in Minnesota town doing
ne business feed barn in connection.
'idress 15 Fifth street north, Moor-
1
ad, Minn.
INTEREST in general mer
cnandise business well located
.reiulr« about 812,000, half of
nich can be land, well located. Ad
f'ress 37, care Forum.
WtV^LED"-"A
Partner with $2,000 to
cash or equal value land take
rge established automobile busi
NW
A^ress
C. Acher, 339 East
Nineteenth street. Minneapolis,' Minn.
M?.ViNG
,PICTURE SHOW—All com
furnishings good lease
.wn °f 4,000 no competition will
-rm®
on part
consideration, dls-
unt for cash. Address 38, care Fo-
SALE—A general merchandise
a #i°°i
a,
fixtures
a
now being reduced.
class business, good territory.
Pa'ing proposition only one
,®r general store In town must be
sold in the next sixty days. No land
nfr u
r^8ldRred.
Apply Taube Mer­
cantile Co., Ayr, N. D.
®ALE—A photo studio In one of
the best North Dakota towns of 6'i0
complete outfit up to 8.\10 thirty m'les
anC^t
nfu
studio seven or eight
nB to
U nTe^!d
draw from hurry it
at a
bargain. Write to
M. T. Dahl, Kindred, N. D.
®ALE—The European restaurant
at .mbledon, N. D. will sell stock
and fixtures with or without building
two trains stop here every day for
meals established trade a bargain
t*1,®
r,ght
party- H-
Wimblelon, N. D.
anc*
T. Belknap,
K000 GENERAL STOCK of staple
merchandise, nearly new, well as
sorted, for sale on very liberal tffrms
only two other stocks in town of 600
pe(P
a
S00*' country tributary
to it. Reason for selling, too much other
business. Address 16, care Forum.
GOOD AND WELL established busl
ness for sale paying at least $3,
000 a year man with 12,500 can handle
it nicely* will trade for unencumbered
land if Interested write at once rea
son for selling, owner has other busi
ness interests. Address all answers to
10, care Forum.
FOR 8ALE—The Goose River Farmer
Printing plant, in first-t-lass condi
tion: cost more than $4,000. if sold
take $2,500 cash, worth
•.000 as a business proposition, if
moved to a new town in the western
part of the state cr on the Fargo
Minot cutoff. Address J. B. G. 8., care
postmaster, Mayviile, N. D.
FOR 8ALE—Whole Or part interest In
money making county seat weekly
never before on market no competi
tion big list exclusive legal and offi
cial patronage: proposition a dandy
for brainy, capable man with $1,500 or
more, but too big for "2x4 fellows."
Owner has other interests. Quick ac
tion necessary. Address 28, care Fo
rum.
AN EXCELLENT business op
portunity that only comes to a
man once in a life-time. On ac
count of the death of member of
the firm, an old established man
ufacturing and jobbinsr wholesale
business is for sale. Employ five
salesmen. It takes $50,000 to
handle it- For Information write
to Chas. Copelln. secretary of the
St. Anthony Commercial club of
Minneaoolls. Minn.
FOR RENT—COTTAGE8.
FOR RENT—Five-room cottage, part
ly modern. 808 Fourth street north.
Apply 806 Fourth street north or
phone 2426-J.
FOR RENT—RANCH
FOR RENT—One of the best
small irrigated ranches in the
Yellowstone valley—75 acres in
crop last season, 18 acres seeded
to alfalfa, which is selling on
ranch for $12 per ton. Ditches
all in and fenced. Comfortable
house and all buildings necessary
frame bvilt and new. Two miles
from station on the Milwaukee
will furnish and take share of
o or will sell. Address «T. B.
Morrison, Miles City, Mont.
MISCELLANEOUS.
COMMERCIAL pen and ink drawings
for letter heads and Illustrations for
reproduction drawn to your order
3tate your ideas and purpose for which
cut is to be used and will submit
sketches for your approval prices
right. Call, phons or write. Forum
Advertising Dept.
Dictionary Coupon
This coupon is published in
The Fargo Forum and Daily Re
publican
In. IS, 1112.
and wheb cut out aad presented
and accompanied by the expense
money stated, will entitle the
holder to a copy of the New
illustrated Webster Dictionary,
which is being advertised in
these columns.
This coupon, with ths expense
money of 98 cents for the $4 dic
tionary 81 cents for the $3 dic
tionary, or 48 cents for the
Ike Forore
lp
$2
dictionary, must be presented
personally to The Forum office,
corner of Fifth Street and First
Ave. North, unless you mall the
extra 22 cents for postaf* (for
sending out the book.
A Collector Will Call for Pay* No Want Ad Taken for Less Than 20 Cents
LAND FOR 8ALE.
FOR RENT--Quarter-section land,
adjoining town for 'crther rsrflcu
lars see If. Am er land.
FOR SALE
—One quarter-eectlon. one
mile northwest of Ruao price $2,500.
Owner, Lnrs C. Madsen.
FOR SALE—22,000 acres wheat land
in the sweet grass country, Mont.,
best colonization tract in the state.
G. W. Streeter, Rockford, 111.
TWELVE THOUSAND ACRES within
two miles of Harlowton. Must be
sold In one bunch. For further partic
ulars. address George A. Rapp, 146
Third avenue west. Dickinson. N- D.
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FOR SALE—1S.000 acres wheat land
In the Big Bend country. Wash.
the only large tract in that country
low price and terms on tracts of 3,
000 acres or more. H. W.' Streeter,
Rockford, III.
FOR SALE—3
,200 acres of land about
all fenced, 600 acres under cultiva
tion 75 per cent can easily be culti
vated: land rolling, gome bottom land
all well grassed, five sections In all
running water on most of it, some
fenced with woven wire, between Knife
river and Crooked creek: a splendid
ranch and farm proposition, good
buildings on land, section all corner:
110,000 worth of stock and machinery
on place w!!l sell with or without the
stock and machinery, will consider
$15,000 to $?0.000 of clean merchandise
as part of the consideration land with
stock $25 per acre, without stock. $22
per acre: this nrlcp good until March
1 only. Box 415, Dickinson, N. D.
OREGON LAND8
IN FAMOUS Rogue river valtey. city
and country, salubrius climate, rain
fall twenty-three inches. Write fullv
your needs. W. D. Hodgson. Ashland.
Ore.
WANTED TO RENT—FARM.
EXPERIENCED FARMER wants to
rent a medium sized North Dakota
farm on sharefc Is 25 years old and
have had years* of experience in Da
kota: can furnish best of references
what have you to offer? Box 83,
Cornell, Wis.
FARM LANDS—FLORIDA.
FLORIDA, Madison county's old plan
tations for rrowlng cotton, fruits,
nuts and vegetables: for stock and
general farming. Descriptive book
let free. Secretary, Board of Trade,
Madison. Fla.
FOR RENT—FARM.
TWO HIGHLY improved farm* for
rent. Inquire at Hodgson Realty
Co., Fargo, N. D.
CALIFORNIA LANDflL
DONT WAIT FIVE YEARS—Buy
California full-bearing orchards.
Money back if not satisfied $90 cash
and $30 per month buys five acres
with full bearing fruit trees in the
famous Bldwell orchards at Chlco. Cal.
Payments Include Interest and taxes
your money back if not satisfied upon
Investigation the Bldwell orchards are
the most noted and productive in the
wonderful Sacramento valley of Cali
fornia: it's our confidence in this land
that prompts this generous offer we've
peaches, prunes, almonds, apricots and
Bartlett pears: buyers' railroad fares,
not exceeding $26, will be credited on
purchase price: land adjoins the thriv
ing town of Chlco (14,000 pop (Ref
erences: Any "bank of Chlco. American
National bank of San Francisco and
First National bank of Pan Leandro.)
Send for valuable Information and
facts to Bidwell Orchards, Inc., Chlco,
Cal.
RESOLUTION.
Paving District no. 2 Fifth Ward.
Be It resolved by the City council of
the city of Fargo: That it be and is
hereby declared necessary to repave
and curb certain streets in Paving
District No. 2 as follows:
First Avenue North, beginning at
the west line of Roberts Street and
running to the west line of alley in
Blocks 26 and 27, Roberts Second Ad
dition to the City of Fargo
Second Avenue North, beginning at
the west line of Broadway and running
to the east line of Roberts Street
Second Avenue North, beginning at
the west line of Roberts Street and
running to the west line of alley in
Blocks 27 and 28 of Roberta Second
Addition to the City of Fargo?
Roberts street beginning *t the
North line of Second Avenue North
and running to a point 150 feet North
of the North line of Second Avenue
North
Eighth Street North, beginning at a
point 160 feet South of the South line
of First Avenue North and running to
a point 150 ,feet North of the North
line of Second Avenue North
Ninth Street North, beginning at a
point 150 feot South of the South line
of First Avenue North and running to
a point 150 feet North of the North
line of Second Avenue North
Tenth Street North, beginning at a
point 150 feet South of the South line
of First Avenue North, and running to
a point 150 feet North of the North
line of Second Avenue North, with
either Creosote Block, Vitrified Brick,
Sheet Asphalt, Bituminous Concrete
Dollarway, Blome Concrete, Bitulithlc,
Cement Concrete, and Westrumite, all
upon a Concrete foundation, accord
ing to the plans and specifications
therefor which were approved by this
council and filed In the office of the
City Auditor on the 12th day of Jan
uary, 1912.
5
C»,
Printing
That this resolution be published as
provided by law.
Adopted Jan. 12, 1912.
State of North Dakota, County of
Cass, City of Fargo—ss
I, the undersigned. City Auditor of
said City of F'argo, do hereby certify
that the above is a correct copy and
the whole thereof, of a resolution which
was adopt'ed by the City Council of
the City of Fargo, at a meeting of that
body held on the 12th day of January.
1912, as the same remains on file and
of record in my office.
I further certify that the plans and
Specifications and Estimates of cost as
submitted by the City Engineer and
approved by the City Council, are now
on file in my office.
In Witness Whereof. I have here
unto set my hand and the Seal of
the City of Fargo, this 18th dav of
January, 19^%,
(Seal-)'. v SL ORCHARD
City AuditOft
(Jan.' 15-22, 1912.)
Forum Want Ads Get Quick Results.
Forum Wft&t Ada Get Quicfc Results,
VT
FOR EXCHANGE.
HAVE LIGHT RUNABOUT to trads
for model F. Buick or auto truck.
Address 725. care Forum.
WILL EXCHANGE quarter section of
land for five horses party to as
sume loan. Adress 44, caro Forum.
BUILDING AND LOT in Judson. X.
D.. value $700 will trade for auto
mobile. Fred F, Lerschen. Judson.
N. D.
WHAT HAVE YOU to trade for a
first class threshing outfit nearly
new. Lock Box 271 Clinton, Minn-
HAVE MERCHANDISE together with
building !n good North Dakota town
to trade for Improved farm will trade
separately or altogether. No. 12, care
Forum.
WANTEO—A stock of farm lmple-jj
ments, In exchange for a 240-acfe
farm in Murray county, Minnesota.
Address 34, care Forum.
FOR EXCHANGE—Quarter section ©t
Red river valley land for a dwelllrtif
In Fargo or Moorhead: not to exceed
$5,000. J. C- Vincent, Moorhead. Min}.
AN IMPROVED quarter section fat^n
fivo miles from Steele, N- D., f£r
gasoline breaking outfit complete.
Must be as good as new- M. G. Branen,
Steele. N* D.
WILL TRADE quarter section land
with house good water: party as
sume lonn a snap. What have yon?
Glvo particulars in first letter. Ad
dress 43, care Forum.
FOR EXCHANGE—Psrty hnv
Ing large stock of new mer
cbandlse wishes to exchange for
good land, bankable notes, first
class farm mortgages, city pron
erty. etc.. or will sell at n dls
count for cash. Sample stn*k.
Broadway. In the Continental
hlock. Call and see or address
National Bond & Tnve«lment Co..
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FOR SALE—FARMS.
WANTED—All parties having pronertjr
to trade or exchange, whether it b«
real or personal, to list them with ty»
for quick results. We keep In touch
with people all over the northwest
having properties to trade, and make
no charge for placing yours on oytr
lists. We aim to make all exchaneee
on an actual cash value basis, and in
vite you to call on or write- The Real
Estate Exchange. Kennedy block. Fa**
go. N. D.
4,
BUY OR TRADE.
WILL BUY OR TRADE for youf see
ond-hand harness. W. H. Stewart
Harness shoo. Fargo.
HOSPITAL.
MATET NITY HOSPITAL—Competent
nurses and best of care highest tes
timonials from doctors and patients.
Mrs. Jennie Camp, 901 Tenth strset
south. Fargo.
MEDICAL.
VIAVI—FARGO 800 deLen.
drecls building. Phone 2070.
ENGINE & DYNAMO.
North Dakota Agricultural CoUegfe
Sealed proposals will be recelVeS
by ths board ot trustees of the North
Dakota Agricultural college up to 10
o'clock a. m., Tuesday, Jan. 16, 1912,
for the installation^ complete of 1-110
H. P. heavy duty, horizontal engine.
Ball or equally as good 1-75 K. V. A.
3 phase, 60 cycle engine type A.V €,
Generator, and accessories In accofdv
ance with plans and specification
pared by John Anderson.
Plans and specifications may be *ekn
at the office of Secretary or .t the
Builders and Traders Exchange, Fargo
end Grand Forks, N. D.
Each bid must be accompanied bjr
a certified check, made payable ta W.
A. Yoder, Secy-, for 5 per cent of the
contract, as a guarantee of good faith
to enter into contract should bid be
accepted.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
By order of the Bcwtf of Trus
tees.
Signed W. A. YObER, 5ecy^
(Ded, 23-26-28-80 Jan. £.4-«-104t*
16.)
Fire at Vslvo.
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Velva. N. D-, Jan. 15.—WbH« John
Marlnee and family were tripping ttfe
light fantastic toe at the Odd FeHoW«'
annual ball a report flashed over th-s
phone that their house was on fire
Fire alarm was rung In, and the dre
department Immediately respond^'
but before they got on the scene ti
considerable damage was done, but
was not consumed, perhaps $&0© will
repair the damages.
Velva has one of the best lire 4#?
partments in the state With Rufus
Tree as Its chief.
Judge Sparks, who for many years
has filled the office of police magis
trate, is very sick with a complica
tion of diseases. He is an inmate of
Dr. Eltuns* hospital, where under hfe
skillful care it i» hoped that his eajrjy
recovery will be an assured fact.
The benedicts and spinsters are
looking forward to the leap year ball
to be pulled off at Welos operaheuse
on Monday evening. Elaborate prep
arations are being prepared to make
this one of the principal function*
of the season, and as there is plenty ot
raw material to choose from the most
sanguine expectations will doubtless
be realized.
Telephonic communications here
the past two weeks have been entirely
suspended, owing to the impossibility*
of the messages to be kept from freez
ing during transit.
Socialist speakers on their semi-,
weekly tours ar* speaking to largd
houses and considerable enthusiasm
is expressed by their followers, an^
especially so, when serious objects are*
made to our forefather statesmen from
George Washington down to our
present incumbent. Nothing good#
not even our detachment from Great
Britain every wrong except social
ists.
An excellent time to provide warm
winter garments for the season or the
next, is durins our January clearance
tttfe. Ai,:BtoodiS
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