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&r:**:-.•"',•.'•&i•% \i' -,f'- ... V ho* 9 •S 3» If 21® «9 •$ a ®a 1® 31 9 If #$ -$ i® $ s •3- s« fm i 'ni 't-. The 9 i& 3§ t* & $ $ $» $ & I •$ $ 2* $* •$ f0» 41. & 4fc •$ 41 IOCS' It tt Cttliats carefully examined. Galesburg T1 I I U HEADOUAMLtiS HEADQUARTERS OF SUNDAY EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION WILL. BE IN Y. M. C. A. ON SEC- OND FLOOR—SUILD1NG OP TAft ERNACLE WILL SOON START. ^te Sunday Evangelistic association has* "estaWirtwd headquarters in room A, second floor of the Y. M. C. A. building. A desk has been installed, a telephone and an executive secretary. Verne McCatl. is now In charge to answer all calis. Por phone call 26-40 or Sunday Evangelistic association. Th® association wishes to as the day—-as announce that it is still in the market for the loan of an office desk to use from now until after the meetings. Members of the building commutes are asked to turn in their list of names of men who will volunteer work _n the tabernacle at Mr. McCaJl's office at the T. M. C. A. at their earliest coavenienos. The men's name, ad dress, telephone number and number of days or hours each has subscribed are wanted, also the date on xvhlch each man can work. The arrangements for the dinners which are to be served by the various churches to the men who build the tabernacle is to be carried out on March 19, 20, 21 and 22 as previously announced. A call to perfect the organization of the prayer meeting districts in Moorhead and Dllworth is to bjhSOff nounced later. How One Minister Fssls. The following letter regarding Sun day's work was written by the pas tor of the First Presbyterian church at Wheeling, Va., to Rev. Chas. R. Adams. Rev. Mr. Cook, the Wheeling pastor who wrote the letter supposed that Dr. Adams was still pastor of the Fargo Presbyterian church. The let ter is self explanatory and has been iorw&rded to W. J. Lane flrom Or. Adams. It reads: ftew Chas. R. Adams, J. D., Fargo, N. D., Dear Dr. Adams: I am writing from the centre of a most wonderful religious awakening in this city of Wheeling and I am writing to bear testimony to the efficiency and accep-" tibllity of the "ftanday" programme since I have learned that Mr. Sunday and his party go to you from Whee ling If there is any minister in the city of Fargo that is hesitating And doubt ful as to his attitude, let mo say to Jiim: 1 am as conservative in my method* of work and in my concep tion of revival methods as the genera} Highland Scotch Presbyterian minis ter. I have served for the past ten years the most conservative congre- »i mis •||arch 21 and 22 will b* the spring opfeninp days at deLendrecie's. The latest styles and newest materials will be shown In great variety. Make it a «»olnt to be prwsnt. v V W -Y-tk I write these few lines to you to help you and our beloved church. Throw the whole weight of your influence into the work. Tou will not lose by it. Some of your good people may object, but. say little and go ahead. The more you put into this the more you will get out of It. Those who may differ with you today will thank you with their eyes filled with tears tomorrow when Mr. Sunday gets in his work. This la my own experience. I have worked with Moody, Major Whittle. Murphy, Torrey, Chapman, but Sunday beats them all. He is without doubt the greatest living evangelist on the American continent except possibly Gypsy Smtih. Mr. Oil! will be with you in a few days, tell him I sent you the word and stand by him through thick and thin. He deserves the loyal support of every christian man and woman in Fargo. With kindest regards and wishing you God's richest blessing on your campaign, I am your sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. THE FARGO FOBTO We, the maker* of Purington Vitrified Paving brick, are not (JVCMlng at the facts of this greSt country-wide problem of street paving. We are not hoping for a favorable verdict on vit rified brick as paving material—we know what that verdict will be. plain And the proof of this is found in miles of city streets and country highways that are now and have been in excessive use, that are today in perfect condition for travel and that never have had, or needed to have, a single penny sp«nt on them for repairs in fifteen to twenty years of hard service. The people of this couotry-*»ifl their search for a lasting and really satisfactory road material —after years of tests and thousands of wasted dollars have found the very thing. There is no get ting around it Purington's Vitrified brick is the one and only pavement that fills the bill for Dur ability, Comfort of Travel and Sanitation. It is the sole street surface that should henceforth be laid, in simple justice to healfh, convenience and pocketbooks of those who use and pay for it gation in this community and today, all my doubts and fears have dissipat ed into the air. My people are now loyally supporting the work and we all realize that it would have been suicidal to have kept oursllves aloof as at flrst we were Inclined to do. We now see clearly that this whole movement Is of God Tor the saving of men. The success of the whole campaign is largely doe to A. P. Gill, Wm. Sun day's advance agent. He Is now on his way to you and I bespeak for him a hearty and sympathetic reception. He is a man of action. He knows his business better than any man in Far go. He is not experimenting but will give you the benefit of a well-defined business experience. Some of you men who co-operate with him may be tempted sometimes to suggsst differ ent methods of doing what he desires to be done, but my advice, as it would be the advice of every man who work ed with blra in Wheeling, would be to do anything and everything as Mr. Gill suggests or asks and you will make no mistakes. When he came among us w« soon learned that this was wisdom and we unitedly decided to do just as we were told and as a result we have one of the best or ganizations possible, there has not been a single hitch, and the* work today is running smoothly. Otto Sukut visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Soherf to day. Messrs. Held and Lee* were Croous visitors during several days of the week. Mr. and Mr*. Ifrusohack visited with Mr. and Mrs. Emil Martin today. Bwald Baerwold and family visited Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher last Saturday. Miss Margaret £. Sbeehy, teacher of school No. 2 in Johnson township, is vis]ting friends north of Eock I^ake to day, Cor. C. Cham bear laic's cough Remedy' hM wen its great reputation and fcxtfeftsrvd sale by its remarkable cures of coughs, colds and croup. It can be depended upon. Try it* sold by *U AKD mm bJ as the sunlight-—when the' evidence here submitted WHATARF WEHEREFOR? A4dr«M Delivered This Morning at High School by W. L. Stock well. W. L. Stockwell, former atat« super intendent of education, addressed the high school students this morning on the question. What Are We Here For? The often accepted as well as the pri mary and true reasons why children attend school were stated in a very direct and forceful manner. The ad vice of Mr. Stockwell to the students was undoubtedly the best that could be given and it Is certain that good results will come of it The speaker said that boys who went to school simply becauBe they were compelled were very fortunate in having parents who would compel them to. Also that boys and girls should go to school to make their later life harder and not easier, to prepare themselves for doing hard work and not to learn a way out of it, quoting from Philip Brooks, "Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers but rather for powers equal to your task." He gave training, self-control, and ideals as the three things which one should strive to acquire in school. He said that school is for the training of the head, hand and also the heart, which is most important of all. He explained how discipline was Insti tuted in Schools for the sake of cul tivating self-control. He dwelt lastly, on the importance of high ideals. "Ideals are like stars we may not touch them with our hands but in reaching for them we arrive at our destiny. Of all ideals that of forget ting yourself and think about the other fellow, the Idea of service is the great eet." &• William A. COOK* Croout News. y Crocus, N. D., March 10.—To The Forum: John Hintz made a trip through the settlement south of here on Wednesday. WHAT 18 THE I88UE? To The Forum: It has been repeat edly stated by. Mr. LaFoUette's friends that Colonel Roosevelt's candidacy in this state is simply intended to pro mote Mr. Hanna's candidacy tor gov ernor. Such Is not the case. There are many earnest, active supporters of Mr. Buohanan in Fargo, in Cass county and throughout the state, who are ac tive, earnest supporters of Mr. Roose velt. This contest for presidential preference and the election of dele gates to the national convention has nothing whatever to do with our in dividual preferences in regard to state and local candidates. Before the Roosevelt movement was started it became evident to the leading progres- OE LEMHI'S »!i OPENING Wat ttfc our opeauifc an nouncement for next week, Thursday and Friday, March 21 and 22, 1912. It will be of great Interest to every wo man who appreciates viewing the latest styles and newest materials for Spring, o, Jh deLendrecle Co., Fargo. Birnr BEPTTBLICA*, THURSDAY EVEBTHXIJ ItARCft 14, 191?. Roadways^ of PURINGTQN VITRIFIED BRICK Have Long Ago Earned Their Cost and Will Continue as Dividend Payers for Many Generations to Come. .f^i# 1 ^f rt,* is WW -f_ You taxpayers who seek to free your city from its greatest burden—street maintenance you engineers who desire to enhance your reputation you road users who want comfort you city and county officials who want a dollar's worth of value for the dollar spent of your constituents' money you housewives and householders who want better living conditions, remember this: When a street Is to be improved It Is to your present and future Interest to lay a "no repair, no maintenance" permanent highway ot Purington Vitrified Brick. sives of the country that there was nothing that could be done to defeat Taft's nomination with I^aFollette as their candidate, and that the nomina tion. of Taft meant defeat in Novem ber. Hence, they turned to Colonel Roosevelt as the only man of progres sive principles who could defeat Taft for the nomination. Therefore the plain issue before progressive repub licans at this time is the defeat of Taft for the nomination. As progres- i sives we are now facing an emerg ency, concerning which every person al consideration should be laid aside. We should be more concerned for the defeat of Taft's nomination than we are for the nomination o# our personal' flrst choice. Such is the attitude of Senator Clapp of Minnesota, of Glf ford Pinchot, James R. Garfield and i many other leading progressives of the country, who a few weeks ago were ardent supportes of Mr. LaFollette. I These men have not deserted a single iota of principle, but have patriotically turned to a leader whom they sincere ly believe can carry out their progres sive principles to a successful Issue in the coming campaign. We sincere ly believe that Mr. LaFollette's person al admirers ought to stand with these leaders, who are In & position to know the situation, in the preferential vote for president at our coming primary election. Smith Stimmel. POLITICAL AilVERTISLMiiNTS For Judge of Supreme Court, JT. H. ftobtnson, Fargo, N. D. The Important society event will be fhe opening of the new U&Ies' store—The Frances, at 58 Broadway. Notice of Election. Notice Is hereby given that the an nual election for elective officers of the city of Fargo, Cass county. North Dakota, will be held on Tuesday, the 19th day of March, 1912, at the fol lowing named polling places in the several voting precincts of said city, to-wlt: First Ward Precinct, Central Hotel. Second Ward Precinct, Fargo House. Third Ward Precinct, City Watar Works Pumping Station. Fourth Ward, First Precinct, Cats County Courthouse. Fourth ward, Second Preclnefc L. Wail s JLumber Office. Fifth Ward, First Precinct, Milk In spector's Office, Fire Department b^ .-ing No. 1. Fifth Ward, Seccnd Precinct, Base ment Carnegie Public Library. Sixth Ward Precinct, Lincoln School Building. Seventh Ward* PlreftUfret*, Jtoosevelt School Building* c Such election will be held to fill the following named offices of said city, to-wit: Mayor, City Treasurer, City Justice oi tbt ice, Member of Park Com mission, and one alderautn for the regular term in «aoh of the seven wards of said city. At such election the polls will be kept open from eight o'clock in the forenoon to five* o'clock in the after toon of that day and no longer. Dated, March 2nd, 1912. V E. R. ORCHARD,' to w ^sfe S^t Comparison With Every Form of Pavement On Earth When Built at Its Best, Built for Same Amount of Money and Subject to the Same Travel Purington Vitrified Brick is by far the most Purington Vitrified Brick will greatly enhance the Mortgsge Sale. Notice Is hereby given that, whereas default has been made in the condi tions of that certain mortgage, ex ecuted and delivered by George Dennis of Fargo, Cass County and state of North Dakota, Mortgagor, to Frank Lake of Fargo, Cass County and state of North Dakota, Mortgagee, dated the 20th day of November, A. D. 1909, and i filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Cass and state of North Dakota on the 24th day of December, A. D. 1909, and recorded in Book 115 of Mortgage Deeds, on page 186, and assigned by said Mortgagee by an Instrument In writing to Fred A.' (2») 1 City Auditor. "UK c*: Irish, dated 3rd day of January, A. D. 1912, and filed for record In the office of the said Register of Deeds aforesaid, on the 4th day of January, A. D. 1912, and recorded in Book 124 of Mortgages on page 84, and thereafter assigned by said Fred A. Irish, by an Instrument in writing to John Thorne, dated the 18th day of January, A. D. 1912, and filed for record in the office of the: said Register of Deeds aforesaid, on the 19th day of January, 1912, and recorded in Book 124 of Mortgages on page 95, the said Mortgage, under and by virtue of power of sale therein, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises and hereinafter described, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Fargo, county of Cass and state of North Dakota, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. on the 15th day of March, A. D. 1912, to satisfy the amount due upon said Mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described In said mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are those certain! premises situated in the City of Far go, county of Cass and state of! North Dakota, and described as fol lows, to wit: Beginning at a point forty (40) feet South of the South West comer of block numbered eigh teen (18) of Keeney and Devltt's 2nd Addition to Fargo, according to the plat thereof, recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Cass County, North Dakota thence East One hundred and nineteen (119) feet.1 more or less to the right of way of the Northern Pacific Railway thence* North Westerly twenty-seven (27 feet, more or less thence West, one* hundred and twelve (112) feet, moro or less to the East line of Second Street North, thence South, twenty five feet to the place of beginning. This mortgage is given to eecur*» the balance of the purchase price ol, said land. That thero will bo duo on said mort gage at thtf date of sale, prlnetpal an^ accrued interest, the sum of One thou isand four hundred and twenty-four* dollars (tl424.00), in addition thereto the sum of Scveniy-iive dollar? (175.00) insurance premium, and taxcg due against said above described prop erty, and also the Statutory attorney's fee and the other costs and disburse ments of foreclosure. economical tically its last cost The initial expense of putting it in is the only expense. For 1rick, properly laid, needs no repairs and lasts for at least twenty-five years without attention. Purington Vitrified Brick makes the most healthful and sanitary roadway. This pavement creates no dirt or dust itself, and no kind of dirt can get between the bricks. Its smooth surface is easily washed by flushing and dries rapidly. Purington Vitrified Brick roads are dependable highways par excellence: Always at their best, even when weather conditions are at their worst, they serve their district in the fullest meas utt. Profit and pleasure derived from them have fully paid their cost in the first years of their use. Purington Vitrified Brick provides a road surface with the least traction resistance and the greatest resistance to wear. It is undoubtedly the material that will best withstand the stress and strain of present traffic—and heavier traffic to come from the increased use of motor trucks. value provement will so add to the beauty and attractiveness of a neighborhood anu give greater sat isfaction. COMPANY i!j!i i' i JOHN THORNE, Assignee of the Assignee of Mortgagee and now possessor and owner of •aid mortgage. H. j. Bott, Attorney for Assignee of the As signee of Mortgagee, Fargo. North Da kota. Web. l-t-18-2». March 7-lfc» v look for tke trad* Mark on the salt yorum Want Ads Get Quick Results. Forum Want Ads Get Quick Results. Fornm W&at Ads Ost Qufcfc Itamftg, fr pavement Its first cost is prac of your proper* *v No other im Here is the correct footwear foi men, suitable for all occasions, snappy and up-to date in style and finish, possessing th§ utmost in wearing quality. 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