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1 K If $ \mt k i W"rf, m. HAVE Knight Printing Co. engrave It 'WANTED—Boys' to peddle bills. Call at Kutzman's shoe store. (306) YOUNti MAN stenographer, bookkeep er. Good salary, 206 care Forum. (307) WANTED—First class interior decora tor ]?. H. Burns, Casselton, N. D. (308) BARBER "WANTED—First class man. Good wages. Steady job. Jim Jeff ries barber shop.- (tf) FARGO AUTOMOBILE and gas engi neering school will give you practical Instruction write for information. 1225 Front st. WANTED—Man to no cleaning, press ing and repairing at once. No booz er need apply. Good wages. Address A. B. Hutson, tailor, Ambrose, N. D. (306) WANTED QUICK—Piano player, sight reader. Vaudeville specialties, week stand, Leonard this week Chaffee next week. Good salary. Phone me at Leonard, N. 15., Franklyn Pierson Com edy Co. (.309) NATIONAL Barber College of 147 Third street, St. Paul, Minn. open ing class at low oo»t now is your chance barbers always in demand good wages easy work. Write, free catalogue. (309) WE WANT a branch manager in every county In N. Dak. Steady employment to the right man. Only hustlers need apply. Large profits. Write today. Western Specialty Sales Co., Moorhead, Minn. (310) WANTED—Ten men. to sell goods di rect to consumers some are now making from $10 to $20 daily exper ience unnecessary. For particulars call at 909 9th St, So. or write P. Q. box 644, Fargo. X309) PRINTER WANTED—To begin work Nov. 24, and to work until after the. holidays, while my regiilar man is away for a surgical operation.' There are plenty of jobs in this part of the country" fbr good printers and' this is a good' opportunity for a man to get located in this new western part of North Dakota and eastern Montana. $15 per week. W. A. Shear, Sentinel Butte, N. D. (307) HELP WANTED—MAI/E OR FEMALE. MEN, WOMEN—Get government jobs. $90.00 month. 12,000 appointments coming. Write for list of positions. Frankliii Institute, Dep't 280 H, Blch ester, Ni Y.. (316) WANTED—Man and wife 6n farm for winter- or longer, man must be good worker and horseman woman must be ablo to' cook and do housework for five. Nd children. Inquire 3.- Fletcher, Rogers, N. D. (309) POSITIONS WANTED—NALR. WANTE^J—Position by experienced hardware and repair man. Address 219 care Forum.' (312) POSITION WANTED—£y experienced bookkeeper or ,clerk 'in general store. Good references. Address, 21.3 Forum. 1 AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS WANTED—To sell strictly high grade, popular perfumes and toilet articles. An elegant and complete flno for Christmas trade. Goods sell in sight: Our guarantee assures satis faction. Through our liberal commis sions agents make big money. Write fjor sample line. Dentorls Co., Min neapolis, Minn. ^307) BUV Oil TltADK. WILL BU\ uu TUAJL*si tor your sec ondhand harness. W. 11. biewurt harness stiop, Fargo WANTED TO BUY. MSN'S worn yaruitnu. x'uono Idli Fargo. WE PAY right prices for any article of household goods. Second-hand Furniture Store, Moorhead pnuno k64-L. ttj WANTED TO lltiA'l—i'LAT, WANTED TO RENT—Furnish ed flat for the winter months. For family of throe. Can give good references, l'hone 5 For uin or write 168 Forum. (.tf) SPECIAL SALE OF CHICKENS. SPECIAL SALE—Light Brahmas, Black Langshans, Columbian Wyandottes. g. S. Hamburgs and S. C. White Leg horns these birds must move at once, interested write quick and get first hoice. Island Park Poultry Yards, Coleman Baker, Prop. R. R. 3, Fargo, ft. D. (tf) LAND FOR SALE. WE HAVE ANOTHER 160 acres close into Fargo for uuick sale. Inquire J. B. Folsoin Co. (306) TWO ADJOINING northern Minnesota homesteads for relinquishment. 160 acres each. Timber. Some improve ments. Box 1544,- Aitkin, Minn. (309) FOR SALE—Four quarter sections of good grass or grain land, six miles northwest of Ashley, N. D. Price $20 per acre $2 per acre cash on date of nale. Balance to be paid $1 per acre each year until paid. Four per cent interest. John Nolan, Redfleld, S. D. (308) FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK. COW FOR SALE—Fresh. 1101 4th st S. FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT. FOR sAii*.—seven room house mod ern -No. 519 13th St. south, inquire at office of Wm. H. White & McCul loch Lumber Co. (tf) FOR SALE—11250 cash buys 6 room house with full lot known as No. 1124, 8th St. No. Write Geo. Sollid, Dutton, Mont. (316) FOR SALE—Good six-room tiouse, ce ment foundation, cellar, hardwood pool's, electric lights, gas moderate cash payment, balance easy terms. 162 care FOrum. (309) HOSPITAL MATERNITY HOSPITAL— Competent nurses and best of care highest tes timonials from doctors and patients. Mra. Jennie Camp, 901 10th st. $•» Far BO. & PRIVATE maternity "home best Z of care. Mrs| H. Rice. 121 13th St. south. "A FOR RENT—DARN. FOR- RENT—Barn Witb lights and wa tw, 218 ith St No. Phone 1229-J. (309) HELP WANTED—MALE. HELP WANTED—FEMALE, HAVE (306) WANTED Position- as cook wlra threshing crew 8 years' experience. Address C. H. Knapp, 1026 1st-avenue eouth, Moorhead, Minn. (tf) PHARMICisT—Registered in Minne sota and North Dakota." Relief work preferred, or would accept position. State salary. Address 217 care Forum. (309) AMBITIOUS bookkeeper and general office man wants position. Seven years' experience. Thoroughly compe tent and hard worker, 202 care Forum. (311) BY EXPERIENCED PRINTER, steady and reliable familiar with any kind of work. No $12 or $15 man. Can conae stum it necessary., Address 216 care Forum. (SOS) STORM windows put on. Phone 2151-J, after 7 p. m. 11. A. Holte. (306) Knight Printing Co l'rtnt It. CHAMBERMAID wanted. Apply Knerr block, 302 N. P. ave. (t. f.) EXPERIENCED maid for housework. 316 13th st. S. GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Ap ply at Dr. Pattison's office in Ed wards block. (tf) COMPETENT GIRL for general house work. Good wages, 606 4th St. No. (314) WANTED—Girl for general house work. Mrs. Buxton, 1140 5th St. No. (308) COMPETENT GIRL for general house work. Mrs. A. Joseph, Mount Vernon flat 10. (tf) WANTEIV—Girl for general house work. 724 10th Ave. north phon* 2408-J. (tf) WANTED—Girl for general housework. Small family. $5.00 per week. Phone J360-L. (315) EXPERIENCED woman second work. Apply Unique lunch room, 609 2nd Ave. No. (306) COMPETENT GIRL for general house work. Mrs. Georgo Hancock, 718 Broadway. (tf) WANTED—Competent girl tor general housework. Mrs. J. L." Graves, 357 7th Ave. So. (330) WANTED at once two girls for wait resses. Address Star Restaurant, Dickinson, N. D. (310) WANTED—Girl to' work for board and _8'° to school. Mrs. James Merritt, 801 11th Ave. No. (306) WANTED—Competent girl for general housework, small family. Mrs. John C. AVhitney, 1005 9th st S. (311) WANTED—Head waitress, $30 per month, side waitresses 25 pter month. Comstock hotel, Moorhead. (306) WANTED Girl going to school to work for board and room after school hours on Saturday's! Inquire 810 3rd Ave. No. (tf) COMPETENT GIRL for general house work. Extra good wages. Inquire of Mrs. H. P. Beckwith, 808 Eighth St. So. Fargo. 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 ladles for women's ready-to-wear and notion departments good chance for advancement for the right per sons. Write 168 care Forum. (tf) WANTED—Girls for hotel work and private places in and out of cltv ex perienced help of all kinds furnished on short notice. Write or phone 15i' 4, Ho top Kmp. Agency, 11 Broadway, Far go, N. D. (805) AVANTED—Two or three bright young ladies to take order's. New patent necktie, Sixty ties in one. SellB on sight. See sales manager. Endless necktie. 5 to 6 p. m. At Hotel PreScott. (307) POSITION WANTfiJD—FEMALE. WANTED—Practical nursing. Phone 1504-J. (319) WANTED—Position as housekeeper in or near Fargo, Ly lady and little boy. Box 444, Fargo. (307) WANTED Position by competent stenographer. References furnished. Address box 478, Crookston, Minn. (309) LOAN WANTED. WILL 'PAY 7 1-2 per cent in tcrest on $7000 loan, and give ample ilrst mortgage security. 199 care Forum. (tf) FOR SALE OR EJLCHANGB FOR SALE OR TRADE—Saddle or driving horses, l'hone 2962-L. (321) FOR FARGO property—160 acres line land in western North Dakota. 163, care Forum. (309) FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE—160 acres good farm land in western North Dakota. All can be cultivated for good house and lot in Fargo, 218 care Forum. (307) 4,000 ACHfcjs ot .baytield Co., Wis., laud for exchange for stock of merchan dise or good business property. Ad dress Box B. A., Moorhead, Minn. tf) EXCHANGE FOR STOCK MERCHAN. disc—800 acres level steam plow land in Manitoba, Can., 17 miles south east of Brandon, 3 from station. $10 per acre, clear. Box 26 Max, N. Dak. (308) HOTEL FOR TRADE, stock or land in «ood town of 700 on 4a G. N. Write L. B. 201 Willow City, N. IX (328) HOUSE, LOT, FARM or any other kind of property, anywhere, that you would ifke to buy, sell, rent or exchange, write Smith & Squire, Huntington Block, i#r fcs$ WANTED—Wild or Improved lands for merchandise: Have six good stocks of general merchandise ranging in price from $5000 to $26000. Land must be priced right. W. T. Bosley, Rugby, N. Dak. (316) i HAVE TWO U'UAHTER sections of good farm land, close to station, in Clay county, Minn. Will consider ex change for good residence in Fargo or Moorhead or a flrst-class automobile as part payments. Apply 187 Forum of fice. (tf) WILL EXCHANGE 320 acre farm, for clear stock of merchandise machin ery, or good clear trade. Seven miles from homestead, Mont. 100 acres broke part fenced, good buildings, all level! two springs. Value $4000 encumbered $800. Call at Forum office or write S. Olsen, Plentywood, Mont. (307) UlKCttiiiAA iiiOUS. SHOE REPAIRING—All kinds of shoe repairing while you wait lowest prices best work. John BJorklund, 9 6th St. north, Moorhead. (tf) DO VOli KNOW we nickel plate bra3s auto parts, stove castings, etc. siuver plate old silverware, 9 knives, torks, etv. also resilver $ old mirrors'.' Fargo i'lating & v Mctallztng Co. A O. K. UTAOKI. O. K. LAUMMl*—Mrs. E. C. Office' 1123 8th st S.: phone 2191-L. FOR S A l.fi— i O !•!|L: FOR SALE—Ford automobile with 15 horse power engine. Price $50, half cash. Phone 1940. (309) TIRE BARGAINS—We have In BtocJ 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. Whoe lock Auto Co., 502 and 604 N.' P. Ave., Fargo, N. P. (tf) HOUSES FOR RENT. Enquire at Elliott (t. f.) FOR RENT—House. hotel. FOR RENT—Seven room house, mod ern, except heat. Inquire W. Rutz, phone 2935-L. 217 N. P. ave. .(315) FOR RENT—Five room furnished house near Aggaslz school,. $22.60 per month. Fred J. Krogh, 720 Front street, (tf) Phone 1595. FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS. FOR SALE—Majestic range in flrst class condition. Phone 1117-L. (tf) FOR SALE—Range, heater and house hold furniture. Excellent condition. Phone 804. FOR SALb—BianA new piano uaed only a few months tor sale cheap. Address 8# care Forum. (tf) WHEN you want nousehold goods, beds, stoves, etc., try Second Hand Furniture Store, Moorhead phone 864 (tf) FOR SALE—Household goods, buffet, dining table, sanitary couch, refrig erator, rugs, etc. Leaving city. Apply at once, 31 Hogan flats. (307) FOR SALE—Various kinds, Including fine bookcase, blrdseye maple set and others rocking chairs, morris chair, li brary table, etc. 915 10th st. S. (309) FOR SALE. FOR SALE—A warm building in ex cellent condition sice 12x14 feet Phone 2216-J. (tf) I HAVE FOR SALE—200 extra good young breeding ewes, black face. W. H. NUes, Tappen, N. D. (311) FOR SALE—Nice, clean, old papers packages of 50 for 10 cents I6u for 25 cents. Forum office. FOR SALE—Burrough's adding mach ine at a bargain. Nine columns wide, A1 condition. Address box 703, Fargo. FULL DRESS SUIT—Good as new and up-to-date. Cost $60.00. Will sell for less than half. Size 38. Address P. O. box 165. (tf) li\ ANStvU all want ads, givuig a certain numoer care or Xnu Furuiu, be sure to address your answers to that number, in care or Forum. This insure prompt attention. FOR SALE—Two 14-foot mahogany wail cases 1 30-foot mahogany wall case 2 lu-toot iloor cases, 1 6-foot tloor case cneap it taken at once. F. W. Peterson Co.. 118 Broadway, Jj'argo, N. D. (tf) Full HAlib—une uouoie cylinder, 20 H. P. gasoline traction engine one ..iii&ie ^0 n. jt'. gaduuue 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 & Sou, Fargo, N. D. (tf) WANTED TO HEAT—ROOMS. WANTED Lady with two daughters, desires two or threo nicely furnished rooms in strictly modern house. Phone 6 or write lt8 care Forum. tf) FOR RENT—FLAT. FOUR ROOM furnished flat for rent with water, gas and lights. Phone 2694-W. (328) FOR RENT—New flats, furnished or unfurnished, strictly modern. Call 702 3rd St. No. or phone 1012-J. (32C) FOR H£I4X. Furnistaeu xtuum*—~sontMlde» PLEASANT quiet room near high scnooi. j.-'iiono 682-1* FURNISHED roorms In Washington house day, week or month. Phone 140-L. ttX) LAKIJE furnished room for rent In new modern House. zu5 14th street eouth. (tf) FOR RENT—Furnished room in strict ly modern house. 812 1st Ave. So. Phone 2268-J. (309) NICELY FURNISHED ROOM—Suitable for one or two gentlemen. Welling ton Flats, No. 11. Call 1991. (309) FOR RENT—Large furnished room in modern house. Apply 412, 8th Ave. So. Phone 1273. Gentlemen preferred. FURNlsHEiJ rooms in tliicUy woue.n house gentlemen preferred. V20 1st Ave. south phono 1S51-J, (tf) FOR RENT. Furnish-.. ^ortlwfilr. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, 509 Srd St. No. (306) FOR RENT.—Op.e room, heat and light, 308 3rd St. No. (309) FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room for rent, 221 Robert St. (tf) LARGE MODERN furnished room. One qj. tvvo gentlemen. Close in 011 car line. Phone 583-J. (306) FUHNISHEITROOMS In strictly mod ern house, close In. 410 Robert St., phone 2174'J. (332) FOR RENT—Large furnished room, modern house, within walking dis tance, 619 6tit Ave. No. (30 4) NICELY furnished room In strictly modern house. On car line. Price reasonable. 207 care Forum. (314) FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house, close in. ltre" ferred, 207 9th St. No. Phone "1*^ irrRVlSHED ROOM ill modern hous.2 Po?e bTo^c from Broadway Methodist church. Call sifter o clock, 711 oth St. No. l'hone 1880-L. (30S) ~FOH KENT. UnlarnUlnti mnuw—orth Side. ,rl)R Hicvr—Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping, 1401 6th Ave No. (30o) FOR RENT—Cheap, 2 or 4 unfurnished or partly furnished rooms in warm house! With or without barn, 1319 4th Ave. No. (307) SCVVlAb WANTED. SEWING WANTED by the day. Phone 152G-L. (309) EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER wants sewing by the day. Alma Johnson. Phone 2986-L. (316) FRUIT LANDS FOR SALE. 40 ACRES or more of good fruit land near Sacramento, Cal., capital of r.tutc, 70.000 people, to exchange for Improved city property or good farm lands. Address John Snesrud, 606 New York Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. '310) FOR RENT—COTTAGE. FOR RENT—Five, room cottage In good condition. 719 12th St. No. THE FABGO FOBUM AN1) DAILY BEPtTBLIOAN, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13, 1813. If you have a vacant room, flat or house, buy a Forum Want Ad. It will rent it for you FOR, RENT—New 5 room cottage Just completed. Lights, and nicely fur nished. Call at 1444 2nd Ave. SQ. (8M)' and keeping it cooJL Dakota. Read the Rale Card Caretally Before Mailing In Your Order Which iMast be Accompanied by the Cash 10 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CT8 3 TIMES 30 CT$. 6 TIMES 46 CT8 ...1 MONTH $1.00 16 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CT8 3 TIMES 35 CTS. 0 TIMES 53 CT8 1 MONTH $1.50 20 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CT8 3 TIMES 49 CT8 *..6 TIMES 70 CT8 1 25 WORDS 1 TIME 25 CTS 3 TIMES 50 CT8 6 TIMES 88 CT8 1 30 WORDS 1 TIME 30 CTS. 3 TIMES 60 CTS. .. 6 TIMES $1.05 1 The above rates are figured at the rate of 1 cent per word for the first insertion and '/a cent per word fop ••oh consecutive insertion. No ad taken for less than 20 cents for first insertion. Do not be disappointed If your ad i« not n«orted, if you fall to amid money with letter. Ail orders reaohing the office after 12:30 p. m. will be inserted the following day. BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED. WANTED—Table boarders, 210 4th St. No. (314) ROOM AND HOARD offered. 227 Rob erts street. IN MODERN HOUSE—Also table board or rooms only. Milwaukee house, 324 11th St. No. (tf) i STRICTLY FIRST CLASS board and room $4.50 per week. 722 north Broadway. Phone 136-L. (tf) BOARD AND ROOM WANTED. WANTED—Board and room In modern house. Near town. Address 20S care Forum. (tf) "WANTED—BABIES TO BOARD. WANTED—Babies and children to board. 1020, 9th Ave. So. (312) BUSINESS tHAAWUlS. WANTED implement businesa in good town. Mux L, Nome, N. D. (80S) WANTED TO BUY or rent pool hall. Address 121 care Forum. (319) FURMaHuu rooms, all modern house, 1 for light Housekeeping. 403 7th Ave. north. (tf) FOR SALE—The only, restaurant in a live town. Best reasons for selling. W. D. Putnam, Streeter, N. Dak. (316) FOR SALE—Newspaper plant in good new town, good territory, well equipped, must sell. Tho Headlight, Regan, N. D. (312) FRONT SPACE—Suitable for barber shop, in a business place for rent. Best location. Enquire of S. Thoresen, 5th Ave. Valley City, N. D. (307) RESTAURANT doing good business, can give good reasons for selling. For sale cheap if taken at once. Phone 9S9-L or 306, 1st Ave. So. Mhd. (tf) IN AASVviiKifliU all want aus, giving a certain nuuiuor care ui. 'i'u« Forma, be sure to adurens your answers to that number, in care of Forum. This Insure piumpt attention. FOR SALE MORTON COUNTY NEWS paper, with or without outfit. Cheap. $200 cash required, rest monthly pay ments. Lock box 167, Almont, N, D. (816) FOR SALE—Hotel, 20 rooms, In a live N. D. town on the main line of N. P. Will trade this for good improved N. D. land or sell for cash. Address 188 care Forum. (317) FOR SALE—Pool room and lodging house in county seat town of 500 population. Building 24x60, two stor ies. A snap. Address S. J. Sniithberg er, Mcintosh, S. D. (307) f1,000 CASH will buy one half interest in a good paying collection business ln good N. Dak. town, real estate worked 011 the Bide, good field for both. Address 214 care Forum. (307) WANTED—Man for treasurer of a cor poration making farm loans. Must Invest $600, bo a competent bookeeper, and 25 years old, or over. Salary $66. per month. Give full particulars I11 lirst letter. Western Guaranty Mort gage Co., Bowman, No. Dakota, (317) FOR SALE—Practice, office furniture, etc. The only physician in good North Dakota town of 400 good coun try, well settled, closest competition, 14 miles, first class proposition for a hustler. Reason for selling, poor health. 173 care Forum. (318) FOR SALE—A strictly llrst-class gen eral merchandise business, located in a live town ln the Red river valley annual business $40,000 and over no dead stock will require about $8,000 to handle the business party has good reason for selling as ho is interested 111 other lines of business. Write 157 care Forum for further information. (307) FARM LANDS GOOD FARM FOR SALE—Only 4 miles out of town. Will sell cheap. Inquire Mrs. Delia Males, Harvey, N. Dak. (331) $10 DOWN, $5 MONTHLY buys farms near Dulutli, Minn. $8 to $10 per acre some timber some open 20,000 acre selection. Free maps. L. T. Fel land, Palace Building, Minneapolis, Minn. (331) FOR SALE—A good up-to-date 160 acre farm in a first class farming country within four miles of Anainoose and Drake, will sell cheap. Call or write to lock box 252, Courtenay, N. D. (309) FOR SALE—88 acres land. Partly fenc ed. Big barn, fair house 10 acres improved some good wood, one mile from resort, hotels, $37 per acre. A snap. Write or call, F. A. Johnson, Detroit, Minn., R. F. D. No. 1. (300-4-7) A FINE SECTION FOR *25 per acre. Two miles from station, in Ransom county. All fenced. Terms $1 por acre cash down and t1 The Fargo Forum prints more classified ads than any other paper in the State of North acre each year with 6 per cent interest until paid for A'splendid chance to establish a home and become independent. Wm. McRoberts. Casselton, North Dakota. (312) DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. DRESSMAKING SCHOOL—118 Broad way. FOUND. FOUND—Number to auto. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for ad. Forurn office. (tf) FOUND—Bicycle. Owner can have same by proving property and pay ing for this ad. Bergstrom & Crowe. LOST. LOST—Fur scarf. A liberal reward, 124, 8th St. No. Phone 228. (tf) LOST—Black kid glove for right hand. Finder please return to Forum office. (tf) LOST—Package' on Front street, con taining soft white shirt Fihder re turn to Forum office. LOST—Small pocketbook oil Broadway, containing $15 in currency and check Return to Forum office for reward. (309) The entire body of a new automobile headlight is made of glass, a vacuum between the reector and the outside protecting th© finish of tfie exterior y '•ffSJ MONTH $2.00 MONTH $2.50 MONTH $2.50 •(s. I THE STANDARD OF LIVING. Sumner's "Earth Hunger:" Here pomes in what wc call the "standard 1 living." A population of high In telligence, great social ambition and Boclal self-respect or vanity, will use increased economic power to increase the average grade of comffort, not to Increase the members. The standard of living is a grand social phenome non, but the phrase has been greatly abused by glib orators and philoso phers. The standard of living does not mean simply that we all vote that we are fine fellows and deserve grand houses, flne clothes and good food, simply as a tribute to our no bility. The men who start out with the notion the the world owes them a living generally find that the world pays its debts in the penitentiary or the poorhouse. Neither is the stand ard of living an engine which econo mists and reformers can seize upon and employ fofr their purposes. The standard of living is a kind of in dustrial honor. It costs a great deal to produce it and perhaps still more to maintain it. It is the line flower of a high and pure civilization and is itself a product or result, not an Instrumen tality. If by carefful education arid refined living a man has really acquir ed a high sense of honor, you can ap peal to it, it is true, and by its re sponse it furnishes a most effective security for wide-reaching principles of action and modes of behavior, but the more anyone appreciates honor in character, the JeSs he likes .to invoke it loudly or frequently. It Is too deli cate to be in use every day. It is too modest to be talked about much. If If a man brags of his honor you know that he has not yot much, or that it is not of the right kind. The Gentle Cynic. Philadelphia Ledger: It's the things we shouldn't do at all that we never put off till tomorrow if we have a chance to do them today. Every man to his trade. Anybody can shoo a chicken, but it takes a blacksmith to shoe a horse. Don't place too much faith In the early bird. Maybe he has 'been up all night. Time works wonders, but it won't always mend the ragged edge of de spair. One way to acquire a striking per sonality is to become a chronic bor rower. It sometimes requires a keen sense of discrimination to tell the difference between a peacemaker and a busy body. Electrically illuminated signs to be carried on the roofs to show whether taxicabs are vacant or occupied, have been patented in England. DAILY FASHION HINTS vwtfT' V I V Miss' Dress. Thie Areas shows a novel adaptation ef tHe middy style. Jhe plain blouse ii gathered into a hip belt in Balkan style. It has the drop shoulder, sailor collar and Inner shield of older models. It is worn with a four gore skirt. One or two materials may be nsed for this dress, but linen, gingham, poplin and pongee silk are among the best, with serge if the skirt be separate. The dress pattern, No. 6,266, Is cat in •fees 14, 16 and 18 years. Medium else requires 5 yards of 36 inch material This pattern can be obtained by sending 10 cents to the office of this paper. 9 Nanle •,&} The Forum Printing, Co., Fargo, N. D. Enclosed find 10c for which please have sent to the following address, the pattern described above. Street or Box Number»......... .Town and State.,...... ....... WRITE PLAINLY. 0* 11 ,g) In 1912 751 ocean veeels worn built In German yards. World's stock of money is estimated at $12,792,000,000. Cabs are cheap 1n Naples, where a short ride costs only 10 cents. In the Falkland islands there are live times as many men as women. Sweden Is said to be the foremost nation in the knowldege of personal hygiene. Furnace refuse from ocean steam ers is now discharged froni an open ing below tho water line. Cleveland has a city hall complaint bureau. Over 10,000 kicks Were reg istered there in the past twelve months. The largest motor vessel in t^ie world is the Siam, recently built at Copen hagen, with a displacement 13.200 tons. The Turkish government is seeking for ways and means to cbiick the steadily Increasing emigration to Nortfc and South America. A. powerful searchlight on top-' of the tallest building in IndUxnapolitt is a valuable adjunct to both the police and Are departments. The seventh centenary of iloger Bacon's birth will probably be cele brated in England next year by- the erection of a statue In his honor. New EngllBh eyeglasses nre so form ed that when not in use and folded they resemble a locket and may ba worn on a chain for an ornament. A youth named Abdul Latiff was 'jar rested at Calcutta for having dimmed up a waterpipe 120 feet long in order to hold converse with his sweetheart. Russians buy a good many hats th#t are made ln Germany or Austria despite the fact that they bear a print ed label "New York," "Chicago" or "Boston." It was an American missionary who was responsible for the introduction into Shuntung of many varieties 01 California fruits to displace the poor native products of China. According to two French bacteriolo gists, modern ventilators nre danger ous to human health, as they distrib ute disease germs in places where otherwise there would be comparative ly few. It costs twenty-flve typical American cities an average of less than a dollar a year to each pupil to provide free textbooks, according to W. S. Deffen bnugh of the United States bureau of rflu'-ntion. Dr. W. E. Scripture of New York city says that ambidextrous persons never dream, while right handed per fpns dream with the right half of the bratn and use the left brain lobe for conscious thinking only. In Maskat, Arabia, a sewing machine agent rented the best stall ln tlie ba *aai', placarded the town with tiu signs, trained women as demonstrators in the harems and made presents ef machines to high personages. Colonel Goethals' private car, which he uses in his work of directing con struction on the Panama canal, is am odd affair, having a powerful gas en gine, with a hood like an automobile and a cowcatcher like a locomotive. By an Ingenious arrangement of re flectors a thirty candle power incan descent lamp recently mounted on a lightship off the Virginia coast is made to give flashes of more thaa 100,000 candle power in certain direc tions. The excavation of the numerous pre historic sites in the island of Malta is being actively prosecuted under the di rection of Professor T. Zemmlt. Skel etons with pottery lamps, spindle whorls and a circular bronze mirror have been unearthed. In line with scientists' recommenda tions that a series of stations be estab lished in Europe from which balloons can be regularly liberated for air cur rent study, Germany has opened more than fifteen such stations, and Russia plans to establish fifty. While, as a rule, land may be bad cheaply in Central America except on the canal zone and settlers' effects may be brought in free of duty, the problem of clearing and putting the land in cultivation is a serious one and calls for considerable money. London's proposed postal tube is to be nine feet in diameter and six and a half miles long. It is to be fitted for two tracks, each two feet wide, carry ing steel trucks operated by motors. The line proposed will be constructed throughout ln the Loudon clay. Said to be the first stone arch bridge erected ln this country, the "Choate Bridge, Built by Town and County, 170*1," as the inscription states, still stands, a monument to the builder, Colonel John Choate, at Ipswich, Mass. It is seemingly as strong as ever. During the coronation of King Eld ward VII., in 1902, Westminster abbey was temporarily equipped with electric lights. Again electric lights were used at the coronation of King George V. Now the temporary installation has been enlarged a:ad made permanent More than $100,000,000 has been spent on the scheme to make Russia Independent of American cotton tan ports. All efforts to enlarge the area of cultivation of cotton in Turkestan and the transcaspian territories In Asiatic Russia have turned out perfect ly useless. The popularity of whale fleah in Japan is steadily Increasing. For sev eral years past this meat has been used both fresh and canned very ex tensively in that country, and there are now In active commission a num ber of whaling steamers hunting in the waters of Korea and southern Japan. Jack Frost* Now comes Jack Frost to play -his pranks And exercise his jolly whims— He makes the ladies hide their shanks And makes the trees expose their limbs. »—J udge. Cass County Notice of Sale of School and Institution Lands The following described school and Institution landB, situated in CassCoun" ty and State of North Dakota, will be offered for sale at public auction to tho highest bidder at the courthouse In tho City of Fargo in said county and state oetween the hours of ten o'clock A. M., md five o'clock P. M., on Tuesday th® blli day of January, A. D. 1914, said salo to commence at ten o'clock A. M., and to continue from day to day until all lands hereinafter described have been sold or xifYered for sale. All lands will be offered ln tracts as hereinafter described and upon the following con ditions: No tract will be uold for less than its appraised value nor ln a smaller sub division than listed. The terras of sale are, one-fifth of the purchase price to be paid at the time of sale one-fifth in five years one-flfth in ten years one-fifth ln Hf teen years and one-fifth in twenty years, with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum payable annually ln January of each year In advance. Contract may be paid in full after 5 years by paying all principal and one year's interest in advance. The purchaser of lands subject to drainage tax will assume the tax. The purchaser will also be required to pay at the time of W '4 NE/4 NW',4 SB1/* NB'4 NW'/i N 14 SB^i SWV4 NEV4 NW'4 KB 14 HW14 N W'4 Bale a fee of five dollars for each tract purchased, for Is suing contract. Upon the approval of the sale bv the Hoard of University and School Jjknd*. the purchaser will be duly notified and he will then be required to pay Interest 011 all deferred payments at the rate of six per cent in advance from date -*f salo to January 1st. 1015.. The only payment 011 day of sala Is one-flfth of total purchaso price and the fee for issuing: contract. No inter est will be collected at that time. The Hoard of University and School Lands reserves the right to reject Any and all bids. .. The lands to be offered £or sal/ire described as follows: O tp SJ OX a NE«4 \K'4 NH'U S10 U swu NB'i XVV'i SK 1 SVV'i NAV'i •SIOU .svvvi NK'/i NW'Vi SB',4 S VV 1,4 NE'/4 NW'4 S W '4 .N'E 14. \V 14 KK«4 ttW'.i S\V 14 N E '.4 NW Vi SE Vi S\V V4 NW 14 SE14 S \V 14 N P: 14 NW '4 SKk N W14 NW'4 KW'i NEV* NW'.i .SB 14 s w 14 N'E 14 NW 14 SW14 NEU N W 4 N W14 SW'i NE4 NVVii SB'4 S 2 a? 36 137 r»2 1C0 36 1117 160 36 137 1 o 36 137 f.2 Ifio 16 137 f.3 160 16 137 53 1G0 16 137 r.3 160 16 137 53 160 16 137 54 160 16 137 5 i ii.) 16 137 64 160 16 137 54 160 36 137 G4 160 36 137 54 160 36 137 54 160 36 137 5 4 160 16 137 55 160 16 137 55 160 16 137 55 160 16 137 55 160 36 137 55 160 36 137 55 160 36 137 55 160 36 137 55 160 16 138 53 160 16 138 54 160 36 138 54 160 36 138 54 160 36 138 54 1C0 36 138 54 160 16 138 55 160 16 138 55 160 16 138 55 160 36 138 55 160 36 138 55 160 36 138 55 160 36 138 40 154.53 16 13!) 51 160 16 139 54 160 36 139 5 1 160 36 139 5 1 160 36 139 54 160 36 139 54 160 16 139 55 160 16 139 65 160 16 139 55 160 16 140 50 160 16 140 50 160 16 140 53 16o 16 140 53 IC'i 16 140 54 160 16 140 54 160 16 140 54 160 16 140 54 160 36 140 54 160 36 140 54 160 36 140 51 160 36 140 55 160 36 140 55 160 36 141 50 16o 36 141 50 160 36 141 50 160 16 141 53 156.21 16 141 53 160 «3 n Q. 137 52 160 SO $30.00 1 8.00 1 7.00 15.00' 26.00 23.00 25.00 23.00 30.00 ft 5.00 22.60 35.00 30.00 ft O.OO 23.00 30.00 28.00 25.0.0 28 00 2o. 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GO 10.00 40.00 33.00 0.00 35.00 40.00 4O.00 3'J.VO 411 :to 100 130 80 14'5 60 12Q 82 33 :'6 15 50 -0 64 16 90 60 90 65 160 65 X0 3* 140 JJ5-.00 JiO.OO .45.00 33.00 •80- 90 115 45 :!0 65 30 S3.00 •513 .00 40.00 40:00 30.00 28.00 33.00 35:00 35.00 35.00 88.00 38.00 40.00 10.00 40.00 40.00 10.00 10.00 40.00 50.00 4 5.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 30.00 22.00 35.00 35.00 40.00 40.00 88.00 3S.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 35.00 35.00 ns.oo 25.00 25.00 28.00 25.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 22.00 22.00 22.00 34.00 37.00 88.00 38.00 60 10 100 60 30 10 150 1 i 511 TO 13o 50 160 160 60 16 141 53 156.66 130 16 141 53 160 36 141 53 160 36 141 53 160 36 141 53 160 36 141 53 160 16 141 54 160 16 341 54 -160 16 141 54 160 16 141 54 160 36 141 54 160 36 141 54 160 36 1.41 54 160 16 141 55 I60 1« 141 65 160 "16 141 55 160 16 141 55 1fio 36 141 55 160 36 rl 41 65 160 36 141 65 160 36 141 65 16o 16 142 49 160 16 142 49 160 16 142 49 160 16 142 60 160 16 142 50 160 36 142 U 160 36 142 51 160 J/4 NW 4 .SB 4 SW 4 NE4 NW'4 SWii NW',4 SB 4 SWVi NIC \i NW KW'/i NB'4 NW 14 SI1}14 SW'i NE«4 SEU SW'i NW',4 SW V*. SE i SW'J NE V4 NW 4 SW14 N W Vi HEfc KW'4 N E Vi NW'4 SB 14 swvi NW'4 NBV4 N E V4 NW'4 KB Vi 130 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 60 60 10 80 20 46 68 160 160 160 160 36 112 53 139.60 139.60 35^00 36 142 53 120.23 120.23 32.00 36 142 63 16o 16 142 54 160 16 142 54 160 16 142 64 160 36 142.64 160 36 142 54 160 36 142 54 160 36 142 64 160 16 143 49 160 36 143 51 160 36 143 53 160 36 143 53 160 36 143 63 160 86 143 63 160 86 143 66 160 160 40 17 40 26 16 36 16 70 188 130 30.00 87.00 40.00 37.00 38.00 88.00 38.00 38.00 27.00 35.00 28.00 28.00 28.00 28.00 85.00 SO 100 SW'4 SE NW% 24 137 66 40 Lot 2 6 141 55 42.33 Of 25 10.00 26.00 Dated at Bismarck, N. D., this 24th day of October, 1913. FRANK S. lIKNftY, Land Commissioner^ MKTERSJ METKRSil! Any person wishing a meter install ed should call at the office of the city auditor, leave his order, and at the same time pay the cost of the meter. The average residence can be served through a 5-8 Inch meteir, which costs tho city $5.92 and will bo sold to tho customer at the same price—this does not include the cost of installation, which will be included in the first bill for water. Those who need a larger sized meter will bo required to pay 15.02 when leaving an order, and will be billed for the balance ln tho first bill which is sent. A. R. WATKINS, City Auditor* Favorite Fiction. Chicago tribune: "Is Dr. Itybold In the audience? He is wanted immedi ately." "By request Miss Pownder will now favor the company with an instrumen tal solo." "Gentlemen, I have the pleasure of introducing the Hon. John Smith, tius people's choice for next governor." "I smoke occasionally, doctor, bjat never to excess." "Gentlemen of the jury, I have per feet confidence that your verdict will a be in accordance with the law and tho evidence." "I have the best husband in thQ world- But—" T" shali occupy your Attention 'only a few moments'' A v'