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A SAFE PROPOSITION.
i'j^our valuable papers are -worth pro
•i&tfng. We sell fire-proof safes and
vault, doors at wholesale prices to ad
vertise our other Jtnes of business. A
400-pound safe costs ?20. Others at
equally low prices. "Writ© to Hatcher
Bros., of Fargo. N. D., for catalogue
»nd prices. Advt.
WE WI1.L MAIL. YOU ?1
for each s^t of old False Teeth sent
us. Highest prices paid for old
Gold, Sliver, old Watches, Broken
Jewelry and Precious Stones.
Money Sent by Koturn MalL
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la. gmrltiug «ft Refining: lompur
Established 2" Years
863 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DENTISTS
We will buy your Gold Pilings, Gold
Scrap, and Platinum. Highest
prices paid.
Real Esfa
New house of 8 rooms on
Eighth street south has full
basement, furnace, bath, gas,
electric lights, stationary wash
tubs, gas stove, coal and root
bin enclosed, maple floors, large
closets, lawn, tile walks near
car line owner leaving town.
No. 3104. See me about price and
terms.
W. J.Lane
Houses for Rent. Money to Loan.
Phone 807. Over 1st Nat'l Bank.
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are He
car line, on the best
PI*?** 125.
We offer for quick sale a 7-room house on a fine corner lot with
in one block of the courthouse, high school,
Tesidenca
getting ready beforehand. If youifs is a game that de-
A.
WITH CREDIT BUREAU.
Aaker's Business college was callei
up last evening and asked to supply
Merchants Credit Co. with a temporary
stenographer. A student was sent in
to the position at once. School re
ceived two more requests for office
help this morning. Tou can make
yourself worth more by taking a
course at the A. B. C. and thus in
crease your monthly salary. —Advt.
DAKOTA WELDING & MFG. CO.
Weld and repair ALUMINUM gear
aud crank cases, manifolds and
housings. CAST IRON, cracked or
broken cylinders or water jackets.
STEEL frames or any broken parts
of automobiles or other machinery.
201 Fifth St. North. Fargo.
ALIO TUlUt SALE
W. H. Diemert offers for sale his
Veerao auto truck at a bargain. This
Veerac is in first class condition and
is just the thing for trucking or for
baggage delivery and may be bougM
cheap. Billy also has a good horsi
that he wants to trade for a yo'inger
one. Call him up at 585, or addiesa
W. H. Diemert, Moorhead, Minn.—
Advt.
APPLES! APPttS!
Northern Pacific railroad must have
car. Your last chance to get fine apples
cheap. Only 75c a basket. Come to
N. P. tracks at Fourth street. Phone
586. telivered free to Fargo and
Moorhead. Sale begins 8 a. m. Thurs
day. —Advt.
three
The house has a cement foundation, cellar, sewer, water, bath,
khb and electric lights. The lot has fine shade trees and cement
walk. ^hUt ia a real bargain. See us about thla today.
Hodgson Realty Co.
to Loin.
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Your Cash aid a Profit
Yow'ftjodb- f* a Certificate of'Befesit at the First Ra
tional Bank will earn a profit without being "tied up" in
long-time investments.
At maturity, your certificate is paid in cash with inter
est and you can obtain cash in the meantime on it in cas« of
need.
Coma in.Atod talk with us about a Certificate for your
own use.
TEe" First National Bank
of Fargo
Tkt Oldest Bask 1* forth Dakota
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avenue in
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the
city.
Opposite Poetofflea.
Fire Insurance.
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pends on good clothes, you'd better
do your getting ready in this store.
Hart Schaffner
& Marx
Lo clothes are the "re^dy" kind.
They're ready-to-wear and when
you wear them, you're ready for
anything that comes so far as clothes
are concerned.
Better see the new weaves grays
blues, browns, tans, black-and
whites new models, too, for
young men and all other men.
Suits $18 and up Overcoats $16.50 and up
O E S & O
100-102 BROADWAY
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Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
This store closes at 10 p. m. Saturdays
Notice to Mail
Subscribers!
The date on your address la
bel shows the time to which your
subscription is paid. If this does
not agree with the date on your
receipt notify The Forum office
at once. Acknowledgements of
payments on subscription will be
the changing of the date on
your address label. See that
this agrees with your records—
in order to avoid any mistakes
wM'-h might -Tecp in
For Sala or Exchange
Two business places and one resi
dence, located in county seat city in
northwestern North Dakota. Will ex
change for land, merchandise or hard
ware. Address Box 12, Stanley, N.
—Advt.
SAVE MONlY
You can get a reliable buggy or
road wagon at the Union Transfer
Company, Tenth street and N. P. ave
nue. Fargo, N. D., at practically whole
sale prices. A limited number whlcn
must be sold. Write for catalogue.—
Advt.
WHY NUT MAE?
A small investment in land in Minne
sota ,or North Dakota, that will soon
double in value. I have good lands
for from J5 to J15 an acre, small pay
ments down, balance easy terms. For
particulars, C. C, Schuyler.—Advt.
IsTedYiairTJi*?
If NOT—WHY NOT?
The procession
of well-tailored
stylish gentlemen
from Ted's shop
on N. P. Ave.,
includes the
most successful
and prosperous
of Fargo's citi­
zens. Why? Be­
cause fortune
loves the well
dressed man and
smiles upon
him. Garments
to your measure
—"made as you
want them"—
$25 to $60.
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TAILOR
407 P. WjO, N. D.
JtSB FABGO FORUM A1TO DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY EVEKINjO,.,OCTOBER
MILLER TO FIGHT
ATTOBNtV GENERAL WILL TAKE
STUMP AGAINST Ml NOT MAY
OR—REPUBLICANS REPORTED
RALLYING AROUND DEMOCRAT
IC NOMINEE FOR CONGRESS,
u
r*P°rted
at the state reptih-
liCMi headquarters this morning that
Andrew Miller of Bismarck, attorney
Ifeneral North Dakota. will lake
the stump and make a sweeping tour
of botl* sections of the Third con
gressional district during the last few
dayB of the campaign in an effort to
defeat Ma.j. Halvor Halvorson. the
democratic nominee for congress, who
seems t0 be running Secretary of State
Norton, his republican opponent, a
neck and neck race.
Owing to a dissention amons the
republican voters of the Third district
over the result of the June primaries
regarding the congressional nominee,
it is said thoy have almost allowed
the situation to si In away from them,
and that if a republican is going to
be elected a good lot of work hag to
be done.
Many republicans of the district, in
'ting some of the leaders, no rumor
has it, have been out canvaBsing
against Norton in favor of Halvorson.
At a recent meeting in Dickinson
as reported in Tne Minneapolis
Journal that Senator Simpson had
spoken from the same platform with
Major Halvorson. And it has been
understood that former Secretary of
State Blalsdell of Minot is also num
bered among the Minot mayor's
friends at this time.
In order to save this situation if
possible, Attorney General Miller, it
was given out at headquarters today,
will make a final whirlwind tour dur
ing the roundup of the campaign
against Halvorson.
Wanted, at once, a good girl for
general housework. Mrs. W. J. Moul
ton, 1014 Broadway. Phone 617.—
Advt.
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WALSH CBUNTY IN
BETTER
SECRETARY COOPER GOES TO
PARK RIVER THIS AFTERNOON
—STATE VISITED BY WRITER
FROM A ST. PAUL PAPER, WHO
LOOKS, INTO WORK HERE.
Thomas Cooper, secretary of the
North Dakota Better Farming associ
ation, leaves this afternoon for Park
niver, this state, where tomorrow he
Ml meet a number of the business
ni- n and farmers, for the purpose of
i r'!senting to them the benefits of th»
i i ter farming ideas in vogue i
other parts of the state.
it is hoped before the secretary rr
turns that the farmers up that wa
will take an interest In the association
lid may employ a superintendent
Walsh county.
.T. A. Vye, a member of the staff
The St. Paul Dispatch, who has been
in the state for some time in an er
deavor to get in touch with the betti
farming ideas, left for his home la
evening, after having paid a visit
Secretary Cooper in this city.
In company with superintendent.
and agents of the association Mr. V:
has visited Barnes, Stutsman ar
Grand Forks counties and has gov
over the field thoroughly ajid he e
pressed himself as being very mu
pleased with what he has. seen. Yes
terday on his trips about the state I
was accompanied by E. Willar-i
development agent of the Northern
Pacific road.
We Buv Scrao Tron.
Carloao iota a specialty. Correspond
ence given prompt attention. Far*
Iron A Metal Co., Fargo, N. D,—Adv
EAST LIVERPOOL
THERE WERE 3^633 CONVERTS FOR
HIS TWO WEEKS' WORK IN
THAT CITY, AND OVER $10,000
WAS RAISED—STARTS IN
KEE8PORT, PA., SUNDAY.
Rev. "Billy" Sunday had 3,633 cor
verta at his meetings at East Live
pool, O., which closed last Sunda
and on the last day 377 "went for
ward."
Among those converted Sunday w«s
Mayor Moore of the adjacent city of
Wellsvllle, which has for years borne
the reputation of being one of the mo^i
corrupt municipalities in Ohio. Mayor
Moore's predecessor, B. D. Beacom
was converted last Friday night. Coi
lections and pledges paid at the East
Liverpool meeting aggregate more
than $10,607, and no more collections
are being taken for current expenses.
Immediately after the close of the
East Liverpool campaign, Mr. Sun
day will start an evangelistic cam
paign in McKeesport, where the tab
ernacle, which cost j6,500, will prob
ably be dedicated next Sunday.
Before going to McKeesport, which
la a city of about 50,000. a short dis
tance from Pittsburg. Pa... Kev. Sun
day and family went to Winona Lake,
where they are at the present time,
leaving this evening for the Pennsyl
vania city.
East Liverpool, O.. la a city of
about 25,000 and la located on the
Ohio river only a very few miles fro
Wheeling, W. Va., and is known f»-r
and near as a very tough place. The1
are some immense potteries ther,
where one can go and buy a wttOI*
room full of dishes for a song.
mi.
MEN
MEEIINIi
Pleasant Business Session ancj Dmn
at the Firat Presbyterian Church
Last Evening.
There wa* a meeting of forty men
the First Presbyterian church la
evening at the church parlors, and af
er a. splendid dinner of chicken an*
the things that go with it, which wu
furnished by the ladies of the church
there was a business meeting he
which was presided over by C. J. Al
len, who is chairman of the finan
committee. Dr. Ladd, who for man
years has been a member of the boat
of trustees and is its present chair
vnan, made a brief statement, and otli
short talks were made by C.
Wflne. president of the men's soclei
of the church S. S. Lyon, Rev. P. n.
Behner, Dr. Dillon, H. H. Wheelod
W. J. Lane, M. N. Hatcher and
Allen.
The meeting was purely a busine
one and it is believed that it w i
to to «xe chur«^i.
IEVINE PREDICTS
Pi PMIT1
FORMER GOVERNOR OF NORTH
DAKOTA SAYS CONGRESSMAN
WILL BE ELECTED BY PLURAL*
ITY OF 20,000 OVER HELLSTROM
AND SWEET.
Joseph M. Devine of Mliwt, former
governor of North Dakota and defeat
eel at the June primaries for the re
publican nomination in the Third dis
trict, has predicted that Congressman
Hanna of Fargo will be elected gov
ernor a week from neit Tuesday by
a plurality of 20,000 over Warden Hell
strom and Mayor Sweet.
Former Governor Devine has just
completed a canvass of Ward county
in support of some of the republican
state and county candidates, and said
that while there was a great deal of
Roosevelt^ind bull moose sentiment in
that part of the state about two.weeks
ago. there is now a decided change and
that everybody la strongly declaring
in favor of the state and national
tickets.
Word was received at the state re
publican headquarter^ today from Mr.
Devine saying- Mr. Hanna would carry
Ward county and the neighboring
counties by a big- majority.
Mr. Devine was solicited by a large
number of the people of Ward county
to make a canvass for the position of
superintendent of schools, which he
consented to do, so that in malting a
campaign he has come in close touch
with the existing conditions through
out the county and knows wfell the
sentiment.
PEARS! PEARS!
We have about 100 bushels of choice
canning and eating pears which we
will close out Saturday at the Fourth
street crossing at $1 per bushel, de
livered to any part of Fargo or .Moor
head. Phone 586.—Advt.
OVERCOAT STOLEN.
Frank Rausa Charged With Taking an
Overcoat.
'A man by the name of Frank Reuss
was arrested this morning on the
charge of stealing an overcoat belong
ing to a well known young business
man of this city. It is understood
that the man from whom the coat was
taken did not want Reuss placed# un
der arrest, but the desk sergeant at
the police station insisted, so he was
turned over to the state's attorney,
who made an investigation with the
probable result that a preliminary
hearing will be granted this afternoon.
CHOICE-RESIDENCE LOT
"or sale: Choice residence lot on
Eighth' street south, 75x150 feet. In
order to closc estate will sell cheap.
Apply J. P. Edwards at Forum of
fice.—'Advt.
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Get Your Siinn^ of
t! wefDo
Fargo Feed
s 16 Second. Ave. N.
til.. 1 ION
The new system of
DRY CLEANING
'•-tirflal will convince you ot&iir
merits. We are the only people
operating one of these machines
between CHICAGO and COAST.
THE PANTORIUM
Cleaners and Hatters. Pressing,
Repairing and Remodeling La-
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Our entire herd ot reg
istered Poland China
Hogs
Call or Phone
Edgewood Farm
No. 2 Fargo, N i
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I give you the latent
styles and finest, makfai
of shoes in America. We
handle only hand
sewed shoes, made from
the finest leathers, and
we fit your feet. Regu
lar shoe store price
15.00. My pricp^^g3"
High top shoes in tan,
gun metal and patent
colt: regular shoe store
price $5.50 and
My price
Buckskin and suede
shoes in all colors, in
cluding black, brown,
gray, blue and white
regular shoe store price
16.00. My price.. .$3.48
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Call on Owner
1123 Fifth Avenua South.
FARGO, N. DAK.
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Buy your shoes from me |n3 I will save you $1.00 to $8.00 on a pair
608 First Ayenae North, Fargo, N. D.
Others CAN imitate our prices but NOT our Shoes
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"GET THE EDUCATION
THAT GETS THE MONEY."
At a banquet the other night, a big
N sw York banker said, "It. takes a
liege education to le*rn to properly
ior a merschaum pipe, but our bus
iness colleges are the bankers recruit
stations." Just think that over
i think what Dakota Business col
^c offers you. This is an ad.
Th© Great Nortnern Fuel & Con
-ete Co. specialize in soft coal. Phone
59.—Advt.
Potato Diggers For Salt
1 Two first class potato digger!
I for Sale at a bargain, or will ex
hange for live stock. Phone ol
vrite—
I GEORGE a BROWN
\^Wild Rice, North Dakotay
Twelve-room, new aiouein iiouse
for sale at a bargain. On Fifth
avenue south. Flue location and
neighborhood.
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Write us for prices on
Detroit Lake Ice
t* I Cur Load Lots
F. O. B. Detroit, Minnesota
or Red River Ice, Car Load
Lots, F. O. B. Fargo
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Boutell Bros.* Minneapolis, Say:
We have sold over 5,000 Stewart Base Burners in
this city alone, and we have yet had no complaint.
Our guarantee—Your money back if it will not give
1-4 more heat with 1-4 less fuel than any other stove
manufactured." .......
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We are exclusive sellets the Stewart in Fargo. If it has sat
isfied 5,0(H) people in the cities it can satisfy YOU. Let u*
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The Fat Boy The Strenuous The Educated.
one knows who will be the lead-
er until after the votes are counted. Every
one knows that there is one Billy, the leader in
North Dakota. Who? Why Billy Olsen, of
course. He leads in selling Fine Furniture. If
you haven't visited his new store do it at once.
His show of new things for the home is great.
Hastings Cabinets are in the show*
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WITH MARSHALL OIL CO.
Manager Ewald phoned Dakota Bus
iness college for additional office holp
and a pupil was sent to the position.
The very best llrms in the city en
dorse the D. B. C. method of "train
ing by employing its graduates—a vitlU
point to prospectives. Walking paf*
to tell you this.
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If your feet tire easily, ache
or burn, we'll guarantei
you'll find comfort in th#
.amous Dr. A. Reed Cushiotti
Shoes. For the soft cushion in*
sole fills up the hollows of yotlf
foot distributes your weight
evenly tnd makes walking
real delight. Does away withf
corns and bunions, too, because
it releases the prcsture and the fric
tion. Many new stylea to choo$t
from come in and get your foot
comfort tomorrow.
"8^ jea. Shofli
K. M. HAGEN SIim Sun
420 Front Street
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