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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 13, 1913, Image 4

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No. 1 Size... ...98c
Water Classes
Lead Blown
Thin lead blown water glasses
a«dl regular at 69c per dozep, spe-
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The senate bill 3091, providing for a
Closer co-operation of the department,
Of agriculture at Washington with thei
Agricultural colleges of the country in
the extension of farm demonstration.
*Vork and better farming propaganda,
Was strongly endor&ed by Piesident
Worst ot the North Dakota Agricul-^
fural college, in a recent interview.
"I have examined the bill," an^
aounced President Worst, "and have
jno criticism to offer. I am of the
Opinion that the chajig« to the former*
Aall to o&e
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New Extension PI
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China Ware Dinner Set
The largest and choicest line of Dinnerware to be found
in the city is on display in our basement store Haviland,
Austrian, German and Semi-Porcelain. We have in all
about 65 patterns for you to choose from. For this sale
we have 4 patterns in Austrian China 100 piece dinner
sets that sell at $19.95. $14 87
100 piece set.
Carvin
Between the
"Universal"
Pood Chopper
•nd *11 other chop
pers, i• the eu« with
which it cute.
The throat of the hopper is so large
thai whatever is being chopped readily
finds its way to the seven cutting teeth
inside the barrel, without pushing or
crowding.
li
chocs tasllr and quIcKly mil
llindd ot /oo«l, meat, Togetables,
fruit, fi«h, aula, datei, raUlns
•]1 rafcterlal for bash, soup, jimu
M|««,aaUd«,cr«qu«ttei, pits, ate.
Three cutter* for chopping fine, coaric
oc medium. Also nut but lex grioder. Sclf
deawng. Self-sharpening. All part*
interchangeable and atiictly guaranteed.
There's a« limit to its uwfulaaia
-l»ew ca» 7»u get ad*D« without it?
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Everything for the table in the
"Straus & Sons" glassware. For
lovers of rich table glassware this line is sure to
please. Goblets, Wines, Cordials, Tumblers, Sauc
er Champagnes, Whiskeys, etc.
Prices From $3.00 to $6.00
Per Dozen
The finest line of pressed glassware is Heisey'g, We
carry a complete line of Heisey glassware. Sugar
and Creamers, Plates, Pitchers, Punch Bowls, Salt
and Peppers, and three patterns of Tumblers, Wines,
Goblets, Champagnes, etc., etc.
5 O'clock Teas
Ifel IA
A l|pe of 5 o'clock teas and Samo
vars In brass and copper, that fur
designs, can't be beat at any price.
We have them in price rj PA
from 12.50 up to ..., ȣ)U
For this sale a brass 6 o'clock tea.
that sells regular at
55.50 for
Crumb Trays and
Scraper
-41 el
Jn brasp, nickel, copper, etc. About
15 different patterns to choose from
—sell from 25c O r7C
up to I O
Special this our regiilar 51.50
tray and scrapor In
brass or nickel .:..
add to the efficiency of the extension
work in the several states.
"As to the importance of the extent
sion propaganda provided for in the
bill there can be no question. Thai
rural districts are entitled to thg in
formation in possession of. the agri
cultural colleges, but without the co
operation of the federal and state offi
cials but little enthusiasm for better
farming and better living can be
awakened. In order to enlarge thei
scope of their Influence no. one ac
quainted with rural affaire will nues~
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tion the importance, in fact the neces
sity of adding extension to the work!
of education and experimentation now
carried on b" the agricultural colleges.
If for no other reason the extension,
division is more than w«»rth while tof'
?»r«iparfs the parental mind to accept
the new ideas their children bring
home from the college. J.t present
lome prejudice frequently chills the
[enthusiasm of the student for improv
jing the management of the farm, if it
does pot actually prohibit the intro
duction of modern Ideg^,
"From a financial standpoint." in
'sisted President Worst, "the matter
can be presented even in stronger
form. Improved agricultural methods
that will add 1 per cent to the pro
ductiveness of the country will add
approximately $100,000,000 annually to
the national income. When we con
sider that Germany, Belgium and
England produce from 30 to 50 per
cent better prop yields than the aver
age in the United States, the increase
of our own yieldsDy college
THE FA&GG FOEtJM "AND DAILY BEPTTBLXCAST, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBEH 18, 1918.
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Needed articles offered at wonderfully low prices for these two days. Many articles not adver
tised here await your inspection in deLendrecie's neat Basement Salesroom
Illustrations Represent Our Most Active OPEN STOCK GLASS SERVICE Including Latest Additions
-'"3Mrr a
Reed s Roasters
Made of enameled steel, self basting and sanitary—cooks moat, HP]?
poultry economically and without wasting any of the natural juices. Saves
20 per cent of any roa#t and makee the toughest meat tender and nutritious.
We carry ftvia sizes, from the chicken size to one that will roast the largest
turkey.
No. 0, chicken -j pr/\ No. 2 turkey
size J_«OU size.
No- turkey
size
1.50
2.00
IN THREE AND FIVE PIECE SETS—No
the Carving Knife in a minute with every set.
M\sv,
No. 3 turkey
sice...........
1 Hour Sale of Tungsten Lamps
Friday Only 9 to 10 a. m.
One Heur Sale of Dustless floor i
FRIDAY ONLY, 2 to 3 p. m.
There is no better Dustless
Floor Mop made than the
O'Ceder. Apk any women
that has ever used the
O'Ceder what she thinks of
it. They all agree that it
Is the finest mop made.
We have the mop in two
sizes.
Hmall
s i e 1 0 0
I^rge siz«...........91.50
£'gr one hour from 8 to 3
p. m. With every dollar
mop sold a 25c bottle of
O'Ceder polish free. With
every 51.50 mop a 50c bot
tle free. Not more than one
mop to customer.
education to considerably more than
1 per cent will be as probable .as tt
will soon be necessary.
"It will be a sad day when agricul
ture declines in this country. Not a
single chance should, therefore, be
taken.
''With approximately $320,000,000
appropriated annually for the army
and the navy and only 117,233.000 for
agriculture, it does not seem fair
td
the country's most important indus
try. Millions of farmers are beginning
iq think so."
Mental Reservation*.
And still we are left to conjecture
On what the great nations will do
Though a statesman consented to lec
tftre,
He didn't tell all that he knew.
—Washington Star.
Five entirely separate compartments
which are fastened together by rods
from the hapdle feature a new dinner
pap.
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2.25
2.50
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blades in our Carving Knives are made from the best tool steel that money can buy. We guarantee every blade
perfect in temper and quality. All Forks are of forged steel, finely finished.
All
cost you $5,00 in any store, this sale
we HAVE A COMPLETE LINE IN PRICES FROM fill UP TO f|8.M
V. S. drawn wire tungsten lamps are
QUALITY Lamps. We have them. You
cannot secure them elsewhere in Fargo.
Every lamp guaranteed against mechanical
defect. For 1 hour from 9 aa
to 10 a. m., a 25 Watt lamp for feOC
O'Oadar
Polish
Mop
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Library hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
daily except Sundays, when the read
ing room is open from 2 to 6 p. m.
The children's room is open every day
from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m. and on Satur
days from 1:30 to 5:30 p. m.
The current magazines, which have
been at the bindery this fall have
been returned to the library, and with
their return, reference work assumes
a more satisfactory aspect. The mag
azines bound comprise 208 volumes,
in which will be found the most com
plete and up-to-date material on all
topics of the day, and all these voj-*
times are thoroughly indexed In the
Reader's Guide, which index to peri
odicals is received every month.
Beside the books from the bindery,
a *Ur aWcment ot hooka fer tttt chu-
M.%*KH»MMawaass
iisst
mm**
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sets are put in silk lined boxes.
Cut Glass
Our cut glass department is stocked
with the choicest of cut glass at prices^
that are the lowest. See the new de
signs and get our prices.
Sugar and Creamers, 3*10 ETA
from $1,50 tQ pl£.QU
Nappies, c:n
at $1.50 to p/.OU
About 100 pieces that sell (t-j ijrk
at $1.50. Sale price, choice «pI.vK/
turkey too tough for our Carving Sets to carve. The
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We have a complete line of the "New Vintage"
or Grape Vine pattern now in stock. We would
be pleased to show you this handsome line of Fos
toria crystal tableware. We think it one of the
nicest patterns ever brought out, and dare say
you'll agree, gee it without fail.
Table tumblers $3.00 doz.
Goblets 4.50 doz.
Saucer champagnes 5.00 doz.
Hollow stem champagnes 5.00 doz.
V^incs........ ....... 4.00 doz.
Cordials .... ........ 4.00 doz.
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Yvry have them iu nickel and cop
per all styles, in 3-pint sizes, also
electric that sell at If aa
512.50 and JLO.UU
pee our {special leader g'
in a nickel dish at
Thanksgiving Requisites
Just at the height of the entertaining season we have in
stock for your selection:
Open stock dinner ware in china and earthenware of the foremost mak
ers of England, France, Germany and Austria, Everything for the Thanks
giving service can be found in the basemeint store and at the lowest prices.
good steel that will put an edge on
three piece set that would
Coffee Percolators
We fc*,ve the line.
We mean it,
kinds, all sizes,
All
all
""{prices nickel, cop
Ier, aluminum. Sef
our electric perco
5^ r1' latora. You don't
know the flavor of
re*i coffee unless
you u«e a percolator.
Some of these cost
no more than a good
coffeepot. A perro*
lator does ju^t thiar
to coffeie: Distils
automatically, y
fe*. 7k'-'^
generated steam forcing hot water
up through a center tube. The war
tef then drops over the ground cof
fee in strainer and the coffee ex
tract percolates Into the hody of the
jot, making a beverage delicious
and stimulating. A percolator just
like cut in nickel A QQ
or copper 4r,i/0
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Chafing Dishes
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FARGO LIBRARY
Uren'a room was received this week,
and is being pocketed, catalogued and
^ri?har+td
fo
,lhe selves. The work
ith the children has grown so re
markably fast that it requires much
effort and time to keep up with it. A
glance in that department any day
will convince almost anyone that
number of the future citizen's of the
country are getting some of the eoort
things of the world, at a time SS
they need them moBt. Mrs. Arvold's
oh?.7
Ho
Ur8'
0n
chS dren from first to fourth sren*™
Thursday,
,or
fourth grade to high school, are at
tractjng
not
only the children, but I
number of the mothers to the library
Kranacniia toe other day an[ told'
au«wU«W^..lUj..1
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98c to
Staffer*.?"• $15.00 to $25.00
$7.50
Carseroles & Baking
DISHES
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Our line of nickel casserolets and
baking dishes is complete. We have
them large and small for s,U uses
About 15 patterns to select from
Round and ovals. Brown and white.
We are offering you a lin0 of cas
seroles to choose from that can't be
beat ip this or any other city.
Prices from $1426
up to
Special for this sale, our regular
$1.50 casserole at ........,...,,$1,29
.7.50
Salt ai*d Peppers
Ca§tor§
We have them With
two «4id three poI
ished Crystal gla,ps
castors. Have non
corrosive tops two
silvea- plated and one
«pid plated. Prices
per set, from
50c to 1.25
ujuaiujiuiiiiiw
appointment aV
cried
(o? ThiSSrean"a
friend. the
books and hav/h «menit
rental
S?l attentinn
neers bv onVii
Wednesdays for the
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We Sr
P£ar''°°°fV^'the1ite»r
of
children's
be^n
l^acerl with the
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one of
th««.
ment' of Nehr^t
fucr?lej?dsirnpiegfrian"1
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of
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and
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s*iln8r'
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two an#l
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