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HAVHS Knight Printing Co. «n«rave It
JfARBjER wanted at once steady job
?1S, half over $30 wire or write. Ed
SStibarth, Belfield, N. D. (286)
WAWTS3D«--Physiclaji to take well es
tablished practice at once. Address
Anderson Drug Co., Manfred, N. D.
(388)
FARGO AUT
iBARN the barber trade barbers a
..•ways in demand big wages eas
work few weeks will save month
by our methods tools given diplom
granted illustrated catalogue fre.
Alolar Barber College, 27-H, Nicoll«
avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. Establlsl.
ed 1893.
(301
SAKE money taking orders for th
wonderful new White Flame Burner
doubles the light, saves oil no mantl
to break guaranteed big
Fargo,
\HfA xtED -r Position as cook with
threshing crew 8 years' experience
Address C. H. Knapp. 1026 1st aveiiu
•outh. Moorhead, Minn. (tf)
HARRIED couple on farm for winter
two boys 8 and 11 near school state
wages. John CJavadetscher, "Wimble
don, N. D. (286)
CHIMNEY and furnace cleaning also
whitewashing, in and out of city,
done by J. F. Adams, Mission church,
116 Front St. phone 358-L. (295)
B*IR!ST-JLASS bookkeeper wants posi
tion with live concern where there
Is opportunity for advancement seven
years' experience general office work.
70 care Forum. (tf)
STORM windows put on. Phone
2151-J, after 7 p. m. H. A. Holte.
(306)
ASSISTANT cashiership of a banK
wanted by young man now employ
ed have had experience in North Da
kota bank first class references. 151
care Forum. (282)
HELP WANTED—MALE OR FEMALE
MEN and women wanted for govern
ment jobs $90 month write for list
of positions open. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 280-G, Rochester, N. Y.
(286)
WANTED-i-Tailor or men's clothing
repairer also seamstress who knows
how to mend men's and ladies' clothes.
Orpheum Cleaners and Tailors, under
Merchants' Nat'l bank. (282)
WANTED—Salesladies at 5 and
lOo store. (284)
S
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K K J, N U U
ISH1i
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WANTED TO BITV.
BUCK'S worn
Fargo.
HELP WANTED—-MAllHL HELP WANTED—PEMALB,
AM TED-—Five first-class painters at
once. Phone 2499-L. (tf
TBAMsTEtt wanted at Farr's Dray
-Line. 811 4th Ave. north." (tf)
unci
GAS
engl-
neeringr school will-give you practical
Instruction write for information.
1225 Front st
WANTED—Five young men to travel
with manager to the southern coast
for the winter. Apply quick. 611 2nd
Ave. north. (28fi
A REIilABIiK clerk for general stor
i at once call or phone. The As
Store Co., Ayr, N. D. single man pre
ferred, with some experience.
$
FUEi SAL IE.
(IOOD half section land consideration
$300. Address Edward A. Brandt,
Deering, N. D. (287)
FARM FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—Improved grain and stock
farm half mile of town, creamery,
school nice meadow fenced pasture
good house, good terms of rental. John
"aylor. Dawson, N. D. (297)
LOST.
LOST—Small gray dog finder
return to 415 8th St. north.
garments. Phono 2315
WANTED to buy an English bull pup.
,164 care Forum. (288)
WE PAV right prices for any article
of household goods. Second-hand
J'urniture Store, Moorhead phone
SS4-U tf)
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL.
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL—118 Broad
way.
LOTS FOR SALB.
FOR SALE—A lot, 100x140 feet splen
did location for a flat special low
price if taken this week. Box 807, or
phone 791. (284)
LAND KVJK SALfcl.
"^IffiibJiD
19,011
SALE—160 acres Clay
county, Minn., land with building:
100 acres cultivated 6 miles from Fel
ton $26 per acre $500 down, balance
in five years, 6 per cent. Apply Chas.
S. Marden, Moorhead, Minn.
l60 ACRES brush and pasture land,
Becker county, Minnesota can all be
cleared and cultivated 5 miles to town
of 3,000 price $2,000, terms $500 cash,
ablance $160 per acre at 6 per cent.
Write care P. O. Box 333, Fargo. (285)
FARM of 200 acres in the Paiouae
country, three miles from Moscow,
Idaho nearly all cultivated running
water tine climate no irrigation
buildings near state university and
agricultural college some Scandinav
ians in neighborhood price *60 per
acre. 1. H. TrimDle, owner, Moscow,
Idaho. (282)
FOTT SALIE—AT I
AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN
S—-We have
•everal used cars for sale at attrac
ve prices if you are in the market
a car wa can save you money,
heelock Auto Co., Fargo, N. D.
(287).
FOR SALE—One Model F. Buick auto
mobile run two seasons for $200.
Call at 1340 1st Ave north. (283)
TIRE BARGAINS—We have in stock
several sizes and makes of tires and
tubes that must be sold we are offer
ing them at a big discount and can
save you money these goods are strict
ly fresh stock get our prices. Whee
lock Aiito Co., 602 and 604 JS[. P. Ave
Fargo, N. D.
FOll EXCHAl\G1£.
4,000 ACRES of Bayheld Co., vvTs land
tor
exchange for stocjk of merchan
dise or good business property. Ad
dress Box B. A., Moorhead, Minn.
(tf)
nrOUSOB. 1.OT. A KM
HAVK Knight Printing Co Print it
WANTED—Lady roomer. 1119 8th Ave
north phone JM64-J. (2961
GIRL for general housework.
Ave. north phone 1554-1*
WANTED—-Neat girl for general house
work two in family. 425 Mills Ave.
(284)
WANTED—Reliable nurse girl. Apply
Mrs, W.
F.
Fortune* 1024 Broadway
(290)
v ANTED—Girl for general hous?
work. 784 10th Ave, north phone
408-J.
tf)
WANTED—Girl for general housework.
Mrs. J. W. Dunham, 412 9th Ave.
south. (304)
EXPERIENCED
profits,
everybody buys fine opportunity call
and see demonstration or write D. L,u
cier, Dist. Mgr., 707 13th St. north.
N. D. ((282)
POSITIONS WANTED—MA^B.
POSITION wanted by registered assist
ant pharmacist. 1107 11th st. North.
(283)
GIRL
housework. Mrs. F.
3th ave. S.
WANTEDW.
WANTED—Two waiters and kitchen
girl, silver Mine restaurant, 306
Ave. south, Moorhead phone
(tf)
First
989-L#.
COMPETENT
N* D*
A
please
(382)
LOST—Black and gold rosary, some
where between 6th Ave. and 10 St.
horth. Finder please return to 1020 2nd
Ave. north for liberal reward. (282)
LOST—Wednesday morning, dark soft
leather hand bag, containing a Jap
anese embroidered pocketbook, money
and other articles. Finder please re
turn to Box 422 Gardner hotel office
and receive reward.
girl for general house-
work one experienced in cooking
?25 per month phone 1605-L-2. Cali
at A. C. iarm house. )286)
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
insure prompt attention.
WANTED at once, experienced sales
ladies for women's ready-to-wear
and notion departments good chance
for advancement for the right per
sons. Write 158 care Forum (tf)
WANTED—Salesladies at 6 and
10c store.
(284)
WANTED—Girls for hotel, work and
private places in and out of city ex
perienced help of all kinds furnished
on short notice. Write or phone 1684
Hotop Bmp. Agency, 11 Broadway Far
Z°-
WANTED—Salesladies
go.
I
or Hny
other kind of property,
K
u
would
bu
y.
S®11,
rent or
ti write Smith
,„ byuire. Huntington Block
Fargo.
O. K. LAUNDRY.
O. K. LAU.NOia—Mrs. K. (J, Office'
1128 8th »t S. phone 2191-L.
i
rl s
at
TTBTK YKYTTRX) TTRXTT L^TFCD "DXTLT
808 4th
(287)
WANTED Good girl for general
housework. 1021 8th St, south, (tf)
ttlHLS over 16 years of age. Apply at
The Pioneer Candy Co,
(tf)
COMPETENT GIRL for general house
work. 408 8th ave. S. Phone 2340-J.
___ (t. f.)
for. general
A. Irish, 910
(t. f.)
Ai\ 1 liu—competent girl for genu.r±i
housework. Mrs. A. Halleaibsrg,
ih St. south. (if)
WANTED—Girl for general housed
mJT
0 Thomas
E. Dunn, 208
10th St. North. (286)
WANTED at once two girls for wait
resses. Address Star Restaurant,
Dickinson, N. D. (310)
COMPETENT girl for general house
work: good wages small family. 717
11th Ave. north. (tf)
WANTED—Girl for general house
work good wages. Mrs. James Ken
.nedy, 1024 Broadway. (290)
—Girl for general housework
Mrs. H. Hicks, No. 4, Arlington
flats phone 2006-J. (285)
WANTED—Good girl for general
housework. Mrs. Sarah O'Connor.
1037 7th St. north. (287)
WANTED—Girl to work for board and
room and go to school. Apply to or
address 421 12th St. north. (283)
WANTED—Girl for general house
work call mornings. Mrs. E R.
Wright. 221 8th St. north. (283)
GIRL for general housework good
wages small house and family. Call
219 11th St. south, or phone 2322
(287)
WANTED—Girl for general housework
small family. Mrs. C. R. Ewald, 121
9th St north. (tf)
'(305)
WANTED at once, two experienc- $
girls for bindery need an
other feeder for ruling machine 2
steady work. Write or nhon«
I
The Globe-Gazette PrintinK^ro6 A
Wahpeton. N. D. 283)
POSITION WANTED—FEMALE.
TEACHER
of piano phono 94 will in-
struct at pupil's home. (302)
PRACTICAL nursing in. confinement
cases. 407 10th St. north. (299)
POSITION wanted by competent sten
ographer ll years' experience. Ad
(284)
dress 152 care Forum.
5 and i
10c store. (2g4)
HOSPITAL.
MATERNITY HOSPITAL— Competent
nurses and best of care highest ton
timonials from doctors and patients
Mrs. Jennie Camp, 901 10th st.
s.,
Far-'
PRIVATE maternity home: beat
S
,°'.o JS
MtS|
A
"1 i
MISCEl-ii.A.-N fciOliS.
SHOE RE£*AJUUNG—All kinds of shoe
repairing while you wait lowest
prices best work. JOhn Bjorklund a
uth bt. north, Aioorhead. (tf)
tT
n
DO VOU KNOW we nickel plate
brass auto parts, stove castTmr^
etc. sluver plate old silverware! Z
Knives, torus, etv. also resnver
oiu murcuaf ^lauhe 5
9 Metaiumg Oa -2
A J. 1
T"
,™
OK'i'it-iJ slMtUi
OFFICE SPACE—Best location in city
ground lloor third door east of
Scandinavian American bank. Phone
2G26, or call Scandia American Land
Company.
286)
TO RENT—Office space most v
desirable location city
WILL 11U1 TUT "TIHTVIJI
0n
9 first ttoor. Wtaeeiock ins Agenc v
toz i^ront su phone 1006. a.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THREE-ROOM furnished house
tar
sale or rent. Enquire 717 »th st No
at noon or evenings. (282)
U i O A E
£OR YO
ondhand Harness. w. H. St«\yart
harness shop. Fargo
SEWING WANTED.
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking,
St. north phone 2257-J.
STRAYED--Six year old bay horse*
1200 pounds white on left hind leg horns these ^'Sfrds'mJst
1,^ fir1, yie.
tO WORDS 1 TIME 20 CTB.
15 WORD8 1 TIME 20 CT0.
SO WORDS 1
TIME
"OK SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
ORGAN
FOR SALE—One genuine Buffalo fur
coat, beaver trimming size 46. Jos.
Saurdahl, Maynara, Minn. (2#3)
FOR SALE—Nice, clean, old papers
packages of 60 for xO cents 150 for
25 cents. Forum office.
FOR SALE—Potatoes delivered in
quantities to suit purchaser. Chas.
Hill farm phone 1162-6. (289)
FOR SALE—Burroughs Addipg ma
chine at a bargain nine columns
wide A-l condition. Address Box 703
Fargo. (279)
FOR SALE—Ten shares of preferred
machinery discount stock in the In
dependent Harvester Co, 153 care
Forum. (185)
FOR SALE—Two 14-foot mahogany
wall cases 1 30-foot mahogany wall
case 2 10-foot floor cases, 1 6-foot
floor case cheap if taken at once. F.
W.
Peterson Co., 118 Broadway, if'argo.
N. D. (tf)
FOR SALE—One double cylinder, 20
H. P. gasoline traction engine one
single Q.U.UC1, iJU ±1.
f.
FOR
605 3rd
(282)
EXPERIENCED dressmaker
Want«.
work by the day. 724 10th Ave
north phono 2408-J.
S I HA ED.
on
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK,
FOR SALE—Fifteen extra good farm
horses, weighing from 1600 to 1800
pounds, from 4 to 8 years old
Bros., 315-317 1st Ave. south.
I
ItEPTTBLICAlsr,
If you have a vacant room, flat
or house, buy a Forum. Want
Ad. It will rent it for you.
Photic 1595.
20 CT8.
WORDS 1 TIME 25 CTS.
SO WORDS 1 TIME 80 CT8.
and other household furniture
Phone 1121-J. (282)
FOR SALE CHEAP-
A VERY good six burner gas stove at
910 8th St. south phone 1735. (283)
NEARLY new standard automatic
sewing machine chain or lock stitch
3 8th St. south. (294)
FOR SALE—Mandolin and 6%x8VS view
camera, both in excellent condition.
Phone 1711-L. (290)
FOR SALE—Brand new piano used
only a few months for sale cheap.
Address 88 care Forum.
(tf)
FOR SALE—Radiant Home heater
nearly new 17-lnch fire pot. Call
forenoons at 812 3rd Ave. north.
(287)
CHEAP—One Acorn heater, self-feed
er, in good condition. Call 305 6th St.
south, Moorhead, or phone 131-J.
(283)
WHEN you want household goods,
beds, stoves, etc., try Second Hand
Furniture Store, Moorhead phone 864
(tf)
HOUSEHOLD goods, consisting of oak
bookcase, dining table and chairs,
china closet, iron bed, kitchen range,
gas stove and other articles. Inquire
604 14th street south. (283)
FOR 8ALB.
FOR SALE—A warm building In ex
cellent condition size 12x14 feet.
Phone 2216-J. (tf)
ga&oiiiie trac­
tion engine one single cylinder, 16 H.
P.
portable gasoline engine all the
above engines are rebuilt and in good
condition. If interested write us. A.
L. Bishop & Son, Fargo,
N.
D. (tf)
LAND EXCURSION.
CANADIAN Pacific Railway land ex
cursions the Interstate Land Com
pany of Minot,.'North Dakota, agents,
for the sale of Canadian Pacific Rail
way. lands,, announces that the car
"Calgary" will run on No. 107, leaving
St. Paul every first and third Wednes
day of each month and that said car
can be- had at any of the Soo points
in North Dakota on the day following,
as it passes through the state. A}1
parties desiring reservations should
notify us at once so that extra cars
can be had if necessary. These lands
are sold to actual settlers on a twenty
payment plan with 6% interest on de
ferred payments. Low excursion rates
can be obtained from the party in
charge of the special car to Calgary.
For further information, address in
terstate Land Company. Interstate
Land Cdmpany, Minot, North Dakota,
1273-76-79-82-85-88.)
FOR SALE CHEAP—Bull terrier pup
pies. 219 6th St.-north phone 1223-J.
(256)
FOR SALE cheap if taken at once, twa
pedigreed white French toy poodles,
mates eligible to register. Mrs. L. B.
Reed, Box 44, Jamestown, N. D. (283)
SPECIAL SALE OF CHICKENS.
If
lii ^'a ir u i1* J^°wal- choice. Island Park
ski, 423 A. at. So., Moorhead, Minn.
(284)
1
SPECIAL SALE—Light Brahmas, Black
Langshans, Columbian Wyandottes,
S, S. Hamburgs and S. C. White Log
•nust move at once i
quick and get first
•k Poultry Yards, 9
Coleman Baker, Prop. R. R. 3, Fargo
N. D. (tf)
interested write quick a
PIANO LESSOX9.
J.
i
PIANO and voice artistic singing 8®-v© money by ordering eubscrip
taught: 50c a lesson call Tuesday tiona to periodicals now. Lists sent
P'nch and Friday. Mrs. Ella Selgel, 416 3rd to any fiddraas. Fargo Subscription
(383) I Ave. north. (304) 1 Agency, Fargo, N. D.
1 ''v
Read Ute RaieCarcfi Carefully Before Mailing In Your Order Whlcii
Musi lie Acedmgiantesl i?y iiie Cash
S TIMES 90 CTS.
••...S TIMES 85 CTS.
••—.8 TIMES 49 CTS.
TIME8 80 CTS. •m-m
Bk
rk
fit
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W/-'
WTT n sr»AV
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1
Ak^f
-Soft coal heater,
(284)
at 1110 2nd ave S.
®"OR SALE—Piano cheap. Washington
house. Phone 140-JU (tt)
^TRADES IKRPI'1
COUNCIL
WANTED—BABIES TO HOARD.
to bUaU'O. Puuue 2673-
WANTED—Children to board.
2643-L.
HOARD AND ROOM OFFERED.
AOARD AND ROOM—Ptoon* 14*t-J.
ROOJI Anu uUikuu oitereu.
•rts street.
modern. 702 3rd St north phone!
1012-J. (297)
FURNISHED
TWO
IN ANSWERING
that number, in car# of Forum,
insure prompt attention.
WILL RENT—Two nicely furnished
rooms in strictly modern house, to
one or two ladies, employed. Phone
1806-J. 833 No. Broadway. (t. f.)
FOR RENT.
Furnished uouais—aontkildft
PLEASANT quiet room near high
school. Phone 682-1*
(tf)
FURNISHED ..room in all modern
house. 624 11th St south. (298)
FURNISHED
FURNISHED rooms in strictly modern
house gentlemen preferred. 920 1st
(tf)
Ave. south phone 1851-J.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—Seven room house
XVTSDNESBAY" I5VJSJVIJSU, OCTOBER 15, J913.
1
The Fargo Forum prints mom
classified ads than any other
paper in the State of North
Dakota.
5 TIME8 46 CTS. MONTH $14)0
..•••••.« TIMES 53 CT3. MONTH $1.80
.cm....6 TIMES 70 CT8. 1 MONTH $240
..8 TIME8 60 CT8. 6 TIMES 88 CTS. MONTH f3
6 TIMES 51X6 1 MONTH |2JSQ
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J427 Kob-
TABLE HOARD—222 4th sL 8., Moor
head. Phone 2468. (301)
FIRST-CLASS room and board, $4 per
week. 722 Broadway phone 136-L.
(292)
BOARD AND ROOM WANTED.
WANTED—Two or three furnished
rooms, modern, with or without
board state monthly rate. 124, care
Forum. (tf)
FOR RENT.
Furnished noonu»—Nortliatde.
ROOMS—32 10th st. N. (296)
FURNISHED ROOM in strictly modern
house. 722 4th st. N.
TWO furnished rooms for light house-
FOR RENT— Room, gentleman prefer
red. 120 8th St. north. Phone 1031.
C2S1)
keeping all modern. 407 10 St. north. Profits on this machine give you a.
%FI,V
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping*!
BUSINESS CHANCES.
WANTED Implement business
good town. Box
D.
16,0,1 A
iral
a llve
NICELY furnished pleasant rooms for dead stock will require about $8,000 to
light housekeeping all modern. 403 handle the business party has good
7th Ave. north. (tf) reason for selling as he Is interested
rooms for light house-1 care Forum for further information.
keeping modern on car line. 409
(307)
9th Ave. north phone 1959-J. (287)
cifl0
rooms for rent at 412
4TH
avenue euth phone 340. (287)
FURN1SHKO room for gentleman in
modern house. 322 ,8th St. south.
... (300)
FURNISHED
roorms in Washington
house day. week or month. Phone
140-L. (»j[)
LARGE furnished room for rent in
new modern house. 206 14th street
south.
modern *ocJl
FOR SALE—FARSIS.
120-ACRE FARM with small im
provements, close to town and five
miles from Red river in Minnesota I
want to sell this farm and will make
good terms. Write care P. O. Box 333,
Fargo. (285)
FOR SAL El—The Big Bend Stock and
Grain farm one of the finest all
round farms in the state nearly all
Cheyenne river bottom land nothing
more productive In the northwest fine
Improvements snap price might con
balder smaller farm as part1 pay full
particulars on request. Chlsman &
Conboy, owners, Lisbon, N. D. (283)
Last Chance Oilers
Y'!,."'--.'-- •V- -*^,'i,' --'".V J'-,-1'- IS V !lv V' -'v'j VV:*'•••' J'Vr •'V- i "i1'£l ^v V-v'* j!"-""-ij A v".-- -Svi/K .'v V sv 1 .- •'v/.''/.*
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except _heat 509j0ak St. north. In- MODERN seven room house good well
quire of W. Rutz, 217 N. P. Ave. phone
2939-L. (291)
v* -v
Nome, N. D.
(80S)
WANTED to buy or rent pool
Address 121 care Forum.
hall.
(290)
HARNESS SHOP in thriving town tor
sale. Box 23, Crystal Spring*, N. I\
(289)
FOR SALE—Barber shop, pool room
and confectionery. 148 care Forum.
(291)
FURNISHED rooms, all modern house,
for light housekeeping. 403 7th Ave.
north. (tf)
FOR SALE cheap If taken soon, one
chair barber shop In good town.
Write 99 care Forum. (282)
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, modern. 409 9th
ave.
N.
FOR
Phone 1969-J. (284)
SALE—Restaurant with building
and lot best location in town doing
good business. Call or write to Star
Cafe, Yates, Mont. (304)
FOR SALE—Well established news
paper plant with building official
county paper good job work business.
Write Box 123, care Forum.
$100 investment gives you territorial
rights to sell our wonderful ma
chines a scientific Invention covered
by two patents sales are limited the
iU«
chance to make a small fortune If sold
(283)
..
on the Installment plan can be sold In
every home live ones get busy terri
tory going fast. Northwest Commis
sion Agency, Fargo, N. D. (307)
strictly first-class gen-
merchandise business, located In
towrn In the Red river valley
annual business $40,000 and over no
In other lines of business. Write 157
I WILLOW RIVER—Interior
furnished rooms downstairs for Columbia's future manufacturing and
light housekeeping strictly modern. I commercial capital, offers unrivalled
524 Broadway phone 2671-L. (285) opportunities for money making in
vestments, business and homes located
all want ads, giving'on the Fraser and Willow rivers,
a certain number care of The Forum, G. T. Pacific, Pacific and Hudson Bay,
be sure to address your_ answers to and other railroads, in the center of a
British
This large, rich farming and timber dls
irict the natural supply point for the
wonderful Peace river country, and the
room rich Cariboo mining district, insures
FOR RENT—Cosily furnished
with private family one or two the future of Willow River, w'rlte now,
floo 11th sf nnrth today, for free maps, plans, etc. Pa
1*38-J. 416 11th St. north. (282)
Land & Townsites Co., 319 Rich
ards street, Vancouver, B. C. Agents
wanted.
264-67-70-73-76-79-82-85)
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGED
$5,000 HUARTER LAND, about twenty
miles south of Crookston, encurn
berance $2,000 would exchange for a
steam or gas threshing or plowing out
fit must be nearly new. Address HI,
care Forum. (28f)
V RENDERING TANK, for sale, 600
gallon, latest pattern, price rea
sonaDle, J. ±i. Plain, Fargo, N. u. to
Fi
US9J
E room modern house in good
residence district on south side
qr lights, water and sewer, full
basement hot water heat hard
wood nnish throughout would
consider farm trade. Address 142
care Forum.
FOR. SALE—MOUSE AND LOT.
FOM.
BAJJTR-OUVEU
room nouee mod­
ern No. 61'J 13 th tit
sou in.
SALE—New,
S
inquire
at otiice of VVm, H. White & McCui-
Lutnber
Co.
(tf)
and barn fine location. Inquire 704
4th St south, Moorhead sell cheap if
taken at once. (2*4)
IN answering all want ads, giviuu
a certain nuinoer care 01 Tiie Form
be sure to address your answers to
that number, la care of Forum. Thl i
insure piuii'pt attention.
FOR SALE—New modern seven room
residence hot water heat on Elev
enth St. north, facing east near Roose
velt school liberal terms. Aug. Han
son, Box 910, Fargo. (282)
FOR SALE on easy terms, two houses,
1615 and 1666 First avenue south
elgnt and four rooms prices |t,uuu ana
$l,uuo on time, or «riu cash.
For further particulars call at 1666
First Ave. south. (295)
FOR
modern house six
rooms una Oain fuil basement hard
wood iioors and finish throughout for
sale at a bargain on account of owner
leaving city. Inquire at 114 8th Ave
north. (299)
FOR RE.Vr—COTTAGE.
FOR RENT—Cottage, Inquire 309 1st
Aye. souUv vhvue iiOli J. (ti luoLhios i^M* itoaa a contretemps.
FOUND.
IPOTJ3VD—Number to auto. Owner can
have same by proving property and
lying fur ad. Forum office. (tf)
BAB) KO
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AUUT'TION.
SIXTEEN MONTHS baby girl for adop
tion. 156, care Forum. (284)
Notice and Citation, Hearing of Final
Account and Distribution of
Estate.
State of North Dakota, County of
Cass. In County Court, Before Hon.
A G. Hanson, Judge.
In the matter of the Estate of Oeorge
H. Smith, Deceased.
Minnie M. Raspiller, Executrix, vs
Amos
L. Smith, T. Perry Smith, Ella
M. Smith, Amy Hoobler, Estella Smith
William Hoobler, Ezra Hoobler, Johi
"'.bler, George Hoobler, Myrtle Ram
y, Alta Smith, Frank Hoobler, Mabt
•jClery, Elva Dunbar, and Clareno
nobler. Respondents.
The State of North Dakota, to th»
'jve named respondents, and all per
'lis Interested in said estato:
You are hereby notified that the final
.count of the executrix under the will
George H. Smith, late of the Town
iiip of Erie, in the County of Cass ano
tate of North Dakota, deceased, has
een rerfdered to this Court, therein
howing that the estate of said de
eased Is ready for final settlement and
.istrlbution, and petitioning that her
eeount be allowed, the residue of sain
-state be distributed to the persons
.hereunto entitled, her administration
iosed, and she be discharged thai
Monday, the 3rd day of November, A.
D. 1913, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
.•f that day at the Court room of this
Court, in the Court House, In the City
of
Fargo, County of Cass and State of
North Dakota, has been duly appointed
by this Court for the settlement there
of, at which time and place any per
son Interested In said estate may ap
pear and tile exceptions in writing, tc
said account and petition and contest
the same.
And you. the above named respond
ents, and each of you, are hereby cited
and required then and there to be and
appear before this court, and show
cause, if any you have, why said ac
count shall not be allowed, the residue
of said estate distributed, the adminis
tration of said estato closed, and said
executrix discharged.
Dated this 23rd day of September, A.
D. 1913.
By the Court:
(SEAL) A. G. HANSON,
Judge of the County Court.
W. J. Clapp,
Attorney of Executrl*,
Fargo. N. D.
(Sept. 24 Oct. 1-8-16-22.)
Sale of Land.
Notice Is hereby given, that under
authority of an order of sale granted
by the Honorable A. G. Hanson, Judge
of the County Court, of the County of
Cass, in the State of North Dakota,
dated the 23rd day of September, A D.
1913, the undersigned, the executor un
der the will of Elizabeth R. Edwards,
late of the City of Fargo, in the County
of Cass and State of North Dakota, de
ceased, will sell at private sale to the
highest bidder, for cash, subject to
confirmation by the judge of said coun
ty court, the following described lands,
to-wit:
Lots number Five (6), Six (6), Seven
(7), and the north Nineteen (19) feet
of Lot number Eight (8), and Lot
number Eighteen (18), and that part
of Lots number Nineteen (19 and Twen
ty (20) lying between the south line of
said Lot 19 and a line fifty (50) feot
north and parallel to said south line
of Lot 19, all in Block "G," of Charles
A. Roberts' Addition to the City of
Fargo, in the County of Cass and State
of North Dakota.
The sale of said Lots number Flvo
(5), Six (6), Seven (7), and North 19
feet of Lot Eight (8) will be made on
or after the* 3rd day of October, A D.
1913.
The sale of the remainder of said
property will be made on or after the
17th day of October, A. D. 1913.
All bids must be in writing, and may
be left at the office of W. J. Clapp, In
the First National Bank building, in
the City of Fargo, North Dakota, or
filed with the Judge of said County
Court, or delivered to the undersigned
personally.
Dated Sept. 24, A. D. 1913.
JOHN P. EDWARDS,
Executor under the Will of Elizabeth
R. Edwards, deceased.
(Sept 24 Oct. 1-8-16.)
Bids.
Bids will be received on or before
Oct. 21, 1913, for the construction of a
greenhouse and laboratory for the
State Normal and Industrial school at
Ellendale, North Dakota. Total of the
bid is not to exceed $3,000. Plans and
specifications may be seen at the office
of the president, or they will be sent
to contractors upon application. The
greenhouse is to be of steel frame con
struction, 20 ft. 8 in. by 50 ft. The la
boratory is wood construction, 24 ft.
by 24 ft., with 12 ft posts.
Signed,
H.
H.
Perry,
D. E. GEER,
F. S. GODDARD,
Chairman of Committee.
(Oct. 14-15-16, 1913.)
Notice.
The partnership existing between W.
H. Workman and R. C. Severance, un
der the firm name of Fargo Auto and
Supply Company, at Fargo, North Da
kota, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. W. H. Workman will
continue the business and pay all
debts owing by said firm and will re
ceive payment of all debts due said
firm.
Dated Oct. 14, 1913.
W. H. WORKMAN,
R. C. SEVERANCE.
(Oct. 8-15-22-29.)
—Advt.
Notice to Construct Sidewalks,
To each of the owners and occu
pants of the respective premises here
inafter described:
Whereas, the City Board of Com
missioners of the city of Fargo deem
It necessary to construct a sidewalk in.
front of, or along, each pf the fallow
ing described premises as herein set
forth, to-wit:
Along the south side of east 10 feet
lot 15 of block 7 In the Original Town
site addition to the city of Fargo
and ha,ve directed the city auditor tq
notify you, and each of you, as provid
ed by law, to construct such sidewalk
in front of or along said premises
which are owned or occupied by yout
respectively, at your own expense
Now, therefore, you and each of you
are hereby notified and required to
construct such sidewalk in front of or
along, as above set forth, the premises
hereinbefore described, which are
owned by you, subject to the aproval
of the street commissioner, and in
strict accordance with specifications
for the same set forth in an ordinance
entitled, "An Ordinance prescribing
the kind and quality of materials of
which, and the manner in which, side
walks shall be constructed," approved
April 6, 1911, at your own expense,
within thirty days after the date of
this notice and if you fail to so con
struct the same, such sidewalk will.be
constructed by the contractor employ
ad by the city for that purpose, and
the expense thereof will be assessed
against said premises.
You are required by said ordinance,
before commencing work on such side
walk to make application to the city
engineer for line and grade of walk
and for a permit to construct the
same.
Dated, Fargo, N. D-, Oct. 15,1913.
A.
R. WATKINS,
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City Auditor, City of Fargo, N, D.
(Oct. 15 & 22, 1913.)
—Advt.
An Inopportune Report.
Indianapolis News: And just about
the time that President Elliott of the
New Haven i s explaining so earnestly
to the Boston chamber of commerce
how absolutely necessary it is to per
mit the railroads to increase their
rates, along comes the report that the
Union Pacific is going to cut an $82,
000,000 melon—which, of course, is
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GANG OF RID
THIEVES
South Bend, Ihd., Oct 14.—The ar
rest of three girls and eight boys,
ranging in ago from 14 to 18 years,
here, revealed a remarkable gang of
youthful thieves operating in this city,
"wo have confessed. The police de
lare that the boys and girls have been
.otting and executing robberies for
everal months and that their loot will
mount to more than $1,000.
The two boys who confessed said
he girls showed remarkable nervfe
nd not once became frightened before
ie "Job" was completed. The "gang"
net at nights in obscure places and
apped out their robberies. The loot,
according to the police, was stored in
arns and a "dugout".
Worse Than Weather Forecasts.
Life- Friend. You certainly have a
snap.
Dramatic Critic. Snap? Do you
know what I'm trying to do now?
Friend. What?
Dramatic Critic. Write a review of
the theatrical season of 1913-1914 for.
the June, 1914, number that comes out
the first of next month.
Lady Balm Gake
The Moat Popular Cake This Season
By Mrs. Janet McKenzu: Hill, Editor of
the Boston Cooking School Magazine
This is considered by manv cooking
authorities the finest cake that can W
made, though in reality it is not at air
difficult.
K Lady Baltimore Caka
One cup butter 2 cups granulated
Sttgar 1 cup milk 1 leaspoonftil rose
water 3M cups flour 3 level teaspoon*
fuls K Baking Powder whites of 6
eggs, beaten dry.
Cream the butter and beat in the sugar
gradually. Sift together, three times,.,
the flour and baking powder, and add
to the butter and sugar, alternately with
the milk and rose water. Lastly, add
the egg whites. Bake in three-layer cake
pans. Put the layers together with the
following frosting.
NOT*—The cake is a large one and sells at
Women's Exchanges for $1
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Frostinrf for Lady Baltimore Caka
Three cups zranulated suear i cup boiling'
water whites o/Jesss 1 cup chopped raisins I
VP chopped, nut-meals 5 Ms cut in thin slices.
Stir the sugar and water on til the
sugar is dissolved, then let boil without
stirring until the syrup from a spoon
will
spin
a long thread pour upon the
whites of the eggs, beaten dry, beating
constantly meanwhile. Continue the
beating nntil the frosting is cold add
the fruit and spread upon the cake.
The K Cook's Book contains ninety just
*uch delicious recipcs.—bread, muffins, cakcf
•nd pastry. You can secure a copy free by send,
ing-the certificate packed in every 25-cent cat*
of U Bakmgr rowder to the JAQUES MFG.CO.,
Chicajro. Smnll cans do not contain Cook'*
Ikxjk. ccrtificatcs.
DAILY FASHION HINTS
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This design
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very effective made
In one of the new rough materials com
bined with brr %d cloth or fine serge. C
lar and cuffs show a bit of colored em?
broidery which is very pretty. An ineel"
of the plain material fills in the openiat,,.
In the skirt Small crystal buttons eat
tend down the front of the blouse a
skirt Broadcloth, serge or wool ratii^f
can all be used with this design. .3
The lady's one piece dress patters, I***
6,349. is cut in sizes 34 to 42 inches biA''
measure. Medium size requires 5 yardi
of 36 inch material.
This pattern may be obtained by sen$*
ing 10 cents to the office of this paper. »,
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Fargo, «. D.
.Enclosed ilnd lOc, for which
plaaaa have sent to the following
£uiart3s, th* pattern described
above.
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