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HELP WANTED—MAX K.
HAVE Knight Printing: Co. engrave It.
"WANTED—Registered druggist. Write
fully to J. W. Mangan, Plaza, N. D.
WANTED—Chef for Dairy lunch, por
tcr, night waiter, also girls. C. E.
Belknap, 310 6th St. So. Moorhead. (40)
WASTED—Organizers to solicit mem
bers and organize lodges. Order of
Owls, So. Bend, Ind. (18)
FARGO AUTOMOBILE and gas engl
neering school will give you practical
instruction write for information.
1225 Front st.
9100.00 weekly profit in spare time at
home. Mail order business—don't
worry about capital. Boyd H. Brown,
Omaha, Nebr. (IS)
GOOD COOK WANTED For day
work good wages. Write ot wire
Henry Yeo, Eat Here cafe. Plentywood,
Mont. (21)
LOCOMOTIVE flrraen, brakemen, wages
about ?100 .positions assured com
petent inexperienced men. Send ago,
stamp. Railway, care Forum, 226.
(18)
BRAKEMEN, FIREMEN, railroads en
tering Fargo. Wages $100. Exper
ience unnecessary. Send age, stamp,
Railway association, Dept. 231, Brook
lyn, N. Y.
GOVERNMENT examinations, thorough
preparation, $5. Returned if not ap
pointed. Particulars free. American
Olvil Service school, Washington, D. C.
Z1 (309-15-21-27-33)
WHEN IN NEED of carpenters, farm
hands, cooks, hotel help or any kind
of male help, write, phone or call
Moorhead Employment olfice, 302 1st
Ave. SO. Phone 2440. (20)
NATIONAL BARBER college, 147 E.
3rd St., St. Paul, Minn. Under our
new, scientific, method of instruction,
students can complete course in less
timo than elsewhere. Tools supplied.
Catalogue free. (40)
$51000—$10,000 yearly easily made. Our
system insures "success. Unparralled
opportunity become established for
life. Valuable book free. Interstate
Rcalty-13rockeraE?e Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
(18)
MCAJL KKl'HtSKM'ATlV E WAATKU
—No canvassing or soliciting requir
ed good income assured. Address
National Co-Operative Realty Co., V
1124 Marden building, Washington,
£. c.
ttAlLWAV MAIL CLERKS WANTED—
For parcel post. ?UU month thou-*
lands needed in North Dakota exam
inations May 3 sample questions and
Coaching sent tree. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 27 6-B, Rochester. N. Y.
FIREMEN, BRAKEMEN for all rail
roads in Fargo vicinity. Wages $100
railroad recruiting headquarters. Posi
tions assured competent Inexperiencad
men. Send age, stamp. Kaiiway as
sociation, Dept.. 231 Brooklyn, N. Y,
WANTED—Men prepare as firemen,
braktmen, electric motormen, colored
train porters, hundreds put to worn
|70 to $100 month no experience nec
essary 600 wanted standard Norta
Dakota roads.- Write Injer Railway,
Dept. 25o, aidianapolis, lnd.
GOVERNMENT RAILWAY MAIL clerk,
Customs-Internal Revenue "exams"
everywhere soon. Get. prepared by l:or
mer U. S. Civil Service Secretary-Ex
aminer. Free Booklet E. 63. Write
HOW,, today. Patterson Civil Service
School, Rochester, IS. Y. (18)
ARE YOU looking for a bargain in. a
business that is already established,
with $600 investment, part cash? You
can become equal partner must have
partner, as hours are too long for me.
investigate, phone 1291, ask for Smith.
U9
POSITIONS WANTED—MALE.
A FIRST CLASS baker wants a job on
b'read or cakes. Write or wire J. W.
Havmett, Scotland, So. Dak. (18)
AMiuTidMS bookkeeper and general
office man wants position. Seven
years' experience. Thoroughly compe
tent and nard worker, 202 care Forum.
(26)
WASTED AT ONCE—Place to- work
for room and board, by young man
convenient to Dakota Business college,
51 care Forum. (IS)
MARRIED MAN—Wants position to
take charge of farm for winter
months or longer. No children. Wife
trood cook. Address 246 care Forum.
(24)
HELP WANTED—MALE OR FEMALE.
LADY OR GENTLEMAN to learn pho
nography, Dorge studio, 612 Front St.
opposito N. P. depot. (41)
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK.
FOR SALE—Pedigreed Duroc Jersey
boars, free from cholera. Also reg
istered Shropshire rams. Write Stanley
Thompson, Ayr, N. D. (333)
FOR RENT—FLAT.
WANTED—A three room modern flat,
furnished or unfurnished, 248 care
Forum. (18)
FOR RENT—-New flats, furnished or
unfurnished, strictly modern. call
702 3rd St. No. or phone 1012-J. (326)
FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT.
FOR SALE—Seven room house mod
ern No. 61» 13th St. south. Inquire
at of lice of Wm. H. White & MeCul
loch Lumber Co. (tf)
FOR STATE NEWS READ THE FORUM
HEFTS IN HOTELS
traps to Catch Guests That Have
the Souvenir Fad.
DgTECTiVES AND DIPLOMACY,
Tt»* Tw» Combine In a Very* Effective
Way to Foil tUe Efforts of Those Who
Peel It tt Puty to Hwlp Themselves
to Fin* Linen and 8ilverware.
$he concerted action of the bouse de
tectives of all the large hotels In Amer
ica has carefully extracted the points
from two erstwhile excellent stories,
the first, ascribed to Adele Ritchie,
who, when asked once if she had ever
been in Kansas City, replied, "I can't
just remember, but I will look among
ray towels and see," and the second
the more pathetic narrative of the
young man who was obliged to break
rff his engagement because as he left
the dining room of a large hotel with
his fiancee a number of forks and
spoons fell from the sleeves of her
gown, for the house detectives have
devised a "system" whereby the man
or woman who wants to take a souve
nir from a big hotel finds her path be
W with almost insurmountable diffi
culties.
Tbe matter is carried on with the
greatest artfulness There are no
"hurt feelings*" no bones broken, no
arrests made.
The house detectives simply extract
»«M*. "nriffrttully attached articles as
HELP WANTED—WEMAL®.
HAVE Knight Printing Co. Print it.
WANTED—First cook and tray girl.
St. Luke's hospital. (19)
GIRL.—For general housework, 221 Ro
bert St. PlSone 1023-J.
WANTED—Girl at Pantorlum,. Moor
head. 206 1st Ave. No. Phone 362.
(16)
COOK WANTED—Good wages. Selbert
hjtel, Flaxton, N. D. (333)
WANTED—Competent maid two in
family. 809 8th St. So. (tf)
WANTEp Competent stenographer
and accountant 236 care Forum.
(tf)
WANTED—Girl for general housework.
Mrs. D. S. Lewis, 343, 9th Ave. So.
(tf)
WANTED—Girl tor general house
work 412 9th Ave. So. Phone 340.
(21)
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. C, Holzer, 313 5th
St. N. (t. f.)
WANTED—Girl tor general house
work. 724 10th Av«. north phor.a
2408-J. (tf)
WANTED—A cook and a second girl.
Mrs. F. H. Bailey, 1030 Broadway.
Phone 2239.
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. Mrs, J. X* Graves, 357
7th Ave. So. (330)
COMPETENT GIRL For general
housework. 403 8th St. No. Phone
409-L-2. (tf)
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. A. Joseph, Mt.
Vernon Hat 10. (tf)
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework tnree in family. Apply
1012 1st Ave. No. (tf)
WANTED-rrGirl for general housework.
Small family. Good wages. Mrs. Dr.
Kocheimacncr, 1130 Broauway.
WANTED—Experienced girl for gener
al housework, German preterred
laundress employed, ZS5 care Forum.
(tf)
WANTED—A competent girl for gen
eral housework. Extra, good wages.
Mrs. D. Li. Kiley, Iso. 608 14th St. So.,
Fargo. (tf)
WANTED.—Competent girl for general
housework, family of three. Good
wages. Apply Mrs. Hugo Stern, 16
Monticello ilats. (tf)
IN AN s W jbittlN I* all .want uus, givius
a certain number care oi Tn« Forum,
be sure to auuress your answers iw
that number, in care oi Foiuin. i'hio
iiioure piuwpt attention.
LADIES—To make shields at home.
ifzu.ou per lvv. Orcunary plain sew
ing. Can make four an flour. Material
turnishea. Work sent prepaiu. send
stamped addressed envelope lor parti
culars. Paragon supply Co., P-is&i Myr
tle Ave., Kansas City, Mo. ,18)
MliMlAU WAAl'fiO.
SEWING WANTED—By the day. Phone
1526-D. (22)
WANTED—Sewing at 610, 6th Ave. No.
Phone 2410 W. (36)
SEWING WANTED—By the day. 70S
Mh St. No. Phone 1302. (22)
FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING, 605 3rd
St. No. l'hone
2257-J.
DRESSMAKER WANTS sewing by the
uay. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
Phono 240S-J. (21)
FOR SALE OK EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—By owner
livery stock, barn and auto for im
proved land or stock of merchandise.
Give price in fii*st letter. Write 244
care Forum. (19)
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Minneapolis
Millinery Co., guaranteed stock face
value, $500.00 will take late model five
Ijasbenger automobile or sell at a dis
count for cash 253 care Forum.
A SNAP IN SARGENT COUNTY
Fractional 80 acres, half mile from
elevator and depot, four miles from
Cogswell 62 acres broken out and
cropped four years. Oats this year
went 65 bushels and wheat 16. $2700
takes it for quick sale. Might consider
1013 Iiuprnobile or Studebaker in part
payment. G. H. Freeman, Law Blank
Publisher, Cogswell, N. D. (18)
FOR RENT—DESK ROOM.
FOR RENT—Desk space in fine office.
Central location, desk, light and heat
furnished. Call 233. (tf)
FOR &ALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
FOR SALE—Majestio range In first
class condition. Phone 1117-L. (tf)
FOR SALE—Range, heater and house
hold furniture. Excellent condition.
Phone 804.
PARLOR SUITE—Genuine mahogany
half price also rug, stand, etc, 418
deLendrecie Blk. (43)
FDR SALE—Jewel range, good condi
tion. Kitchen table, Bonny oak
heater. Phone 1076-L. (17)
FOR SALE)—Si and new piano used
only a few months for aala cheap.
Address 88 care Forum.
WHEN you want nousehold goods,
beds, Btoves, eta, try Second Hand
Furniture Store, Moorhead phone 854
painlessly as they extract, the points
from old stories, and in the great ma
jority of cases the frustrated "borrow
er" never knows at all what happened
to him.
First the detective Is provided with
a complete list of everything which is
owned by the hotel—every particle of
linen, silver, soap, etc. Then be dele
gates the responsibility for the care of
them to various head waiters, waiters,
housekeepers and chambermaids.
Then he gets a list each day of new
arrivals and of those who having re
mained a few days are preparing to
leave. From these lists of occupied
rooms the detective calculates the
areas where trouble might possibly
brew and into these he goes with his
subdivided lists and a checking up
book-
The chambermaid is retttnred to give
an exact accounting of every piece of
linen she has supplied to the man or
woman who is about to leave. This is
In turn taken to the laundries, where a
balance, is made of those sheets, towels,
etc., which have come out of each
room. If there is a precise balance the
matter ends there, but woe to the wo
man who believes that the towels she
placed carefully In her locked trunk
will not be "missed."
Her trunks and bags on their way
downstairs are simply carried to the
basement floor as if by chance, and
there the house detective, with the aid
of a skeleton key, goes through them
tn search of lost hotel linen.
It is very gently removed and check
ed up on the housemaid's list, and the
trunk is carefully repacked and re
locked. Nothing Is left to give warn
ing that the search has been made,
and nothing is ever by any remotest
chance said to the departing guest
ffhfr Is- »Piri»v*hnftr1'^ ,-m
V
Phone
(27)
FOR RENT.
Fnraished Rooms—Southalde.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT—All
modern. 812 First Ave. So. (18)
FURNISHED front room in private
family ladies only, 1309 2nd Ave. So.
(18)
FURNISHED ROOM For gentleman
in modern house, 322 Sth St. So. (22)
PLEASANT quiet room near high
school. Phone 682-1*
(tf)
FURNISHED roorms in Washington
house day, week or month. Phone
140-JU (tf)
LARGE furnished room for rent in
new modern house. 206 14th street
south. (tf)
FOR RENT—Two light housekeeping
rooms, modern 811 1st Ave. So.
Phono 1270-L (20)
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM In all
modern house in private family. 909
8th St. So. Phone 2169-L.. (tf)
FURNISHED rooms in strictly modern
house gentlemen preferred. »2o 1st
Ave. south phone 1961-J. (tf)
FOR RENT.
Furnished Rooms—Nortfcaide.
THREE ROOMS furnished for light
housekeeping at 216 Sth St. No. (20)
TWO FURNISHED rooms for light
housekeeping all modern 407 10th
St. No. (25)
FURNISHED ROOM In strictly mod
ern house. Phone 1408-L, 823 3rd
Ave. No.
FURNISHED ROOMS In strictly
modern house ono block from Con
cordia college, Moorhead. Call at 72
Sth St. So. or phone 2219-J. (21)
LAND FOR SALE.
OWNER OFFERS for sale 20,000 acres
level, well located and productive
farming land In small or large tracts
on easy terms. Farmers who will move
on to land need pay only $1 per acre
cash down, balance in twenty yearly
payments with 6 per cent interest. Good
railroad facilities, markets, churches
and schools. Write*^ or call on T. L.
McDonald, Towner, N. D. (tf)
DO YOU WANT a home in the famous
Red and Wichita river vulleys? Byers
is surrounded with the finest agricul
tural lands in Texas. Crops of all kinds
do well, especially wheat, oats, corn,
cottonj small stock farming pays. We
have natural gas for domestic use. For
homes or Investments these lands can
not be excelled anywhere. Why loan
your capital at from 3 to 8 per cent in
terest when you can buy choice land
that will pay 10 per cent, besides in
crease $5 to $10 per acre annually?
Our winters are mild and summers de
lightful. Further Information, write
G. C. Davis, Byers, Tex. (21)
BUY Oil THADG,
WILL BUY OH TRADE for your sec
ondhand harness. W. H. Stewart
harness shop, Fargo
MISCELLANEOUS.
OARPET WEAVING
6th Ave. So.
MB FARGO FORUM 'AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, X9fa
IVf w
vacant room
Forum Want
(34)
WILL RENT ROOM in strictly modern
home. North -Broadway. Phone
1806-J. (tf)
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms at Hog
an's rooming house, 66 4th St. No.
Phono 2398-Li (30)
FURNISHED ROOMS in strictly mod
ern house, closo in. 410 Robert St.,
phono 2174-J. (332)
FURNISHED ROOMS MOUHSbAU.
TWO ROOMS—On first floor in modern
house with or without housekeeping
privileges. Address 623 7th St. So.
Mhd. Phone 2718-J. (18)
WANTED—914
(26)
SHOE REPAIRING—All kinda of shoe
repairing while you wait: lowest
prices best work. John BJorklund, 9
6th St. north, Moorhead. (tf)
DO YOU KNOW we nickel plate
brass auto parts, stove castings,
etc. siuver plate old silverware, 4^
knives, forks, etv. alao resllver
old mirrors? Fargo Plating A
Metalizing Ca
I
joicing and is usually perplexed out of
all reason to account for the fact that
the towels and pillow cases that she
knows well she put into her trunk
have mysteriously disappeared.
Do you suppose for a moment that
this is an extreme case nor even a
rare one? It happens on an average
once a day in every large hotel in
New York and with almost as astound
ing frequency In Boston, Philadelphia
and Chicago.
And in the case of silverware the
matter is almost as simple, though
remedying theso thefts requires taking
into your confidence at least the man
who pays the bill, for every waiter has
had his eye trained to count up the sil
verware while he is placing the finger
bowls, and if so much as one small
spoon Is not where it should be it is
unostentatiously placed upon the bill.
The hotel graciously leaves it to the
discretion of the escort as to whether
or not the culprit shall be told. But at
least It does not permit him to be en
lightened only by the belated method
of a leaky sleeve.
Again, the head waiter will assure
you that this happens, not once or
twice, but ceaselessly.
"Many a woman that thinks she's
got away with It would be surprised to
know that it Is down In black and
white on her escort's check and that
both he and the hotel know just how
many spoons and forks she is taking
home with her," said one genial head
waiter, who viewed the business with
considerable indulgence. New York
Times
V X- y
Nothing to Inflate.
Cleveland Plain Dealer: The old
fashioned man says the modern fami
ly clothes line on wash-day doesn't
look nearly as human when the wind
blows aa it did in the good old days.
"'h
Read the Rate Card Carefully Before Mailing in Your Order Which
Most be Accompanied by the Casb
10 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CT3. 3 TIMES 30 CTS. 6 TIMES 45 CT8. .1 MONTH $1.00
15 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CTS TIMES 35 CT8 6 TIMES 53 CTS. ...» 1 MONTH $1.50
20 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CTS. 3 TIMES 43 CTS 6 TIMES 70 CTS. 1 MONTH $2.00
25 WORDS-1 TIME 25 CTS. S TIMES 50 CTS. 6 TIMES 88 CTS. 1 MONTH $2.50
30 WORDS 1 TIME 30 CTS. 3 TIMES 60 CTS 6 TIMES $1.05 ............ 1 MONTH $2.50
The above rates ore figured at the rate of 1 cent per word for the first insertion and 14 cent per word for
each consecutive insertion. No ad taken for less than 20 cents for first insertion. Do not be disappointed
if your ad is not inserted, if you fail to send money with letter. All orders reaching the office after 12:30
p. m. will ba inserted the following day.
PRiSV,
TRADES IF^jCOUNCILS
i&RGo.fcLy
BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED.
ROOM AJFD BOARD offered. 227 Rob
erts street.
IN MODERN HOUSE—Also table board
or rooms only. Milwaukee house,
324 11th St. No. (tf)
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS board and
room $4.50 per week. 722 north
Broadway. Phono 136-L. (tf)
BOARD AND ROOM WANTED.
WANTED—Board and room in modern
house. Near town. Address 208 care
Forum. (tf)
WANTED—BABIES TO BOARD.
BABIES TO BOARD—Phone 2573. (tf)
UUnan.3 tOu JKENT.
FOR RENT—JLiouse. Enquire at Elliott
hotel. (t. f.)
FOR RENT—Barn and five room house
at 1514 Front St. (22)
FOR RENT—Modern 7 room bungalow,
1217 Sth Ave. So. Phone 1613-J. (IS)
FOR RENT—All modern seven room
house. Bungalow, 1317, Sth Ave Sc
Phone 1613-J.
FOR SALE OR RENT—Two houses,
13th St. So. Enquire Wm. H. White
& McCulloeh Lumber Co. (tf)
FOR EXCHANGE.
NEW STOCK of general merchandise
to trade for farm land or city prop
erty. Bismarck .Land Exchange, Bis
marck, N. D. (41)
TWO QUARTER sections land, brick
store building, residence, a snap in
good town, and farm community 254
cars Forum. (24)
4,000
ACRES of Bayneld Co., Wis., land
for exchange for stock of merchan
dise or good business property. Ad
dress Box B. A., Moorhead, Minn.
(tf)
FOR SALE—Half section fine Crow
Wing Co., Minn., land, or will ex
change for. good hardware or general
merchandise stock 252 care Forum.
(24)
FARM, HOUSE, LOT or
Kher -proper! y, any where,
that is for SALE, RENT or
EXCHANGE, write to Eu
gene Smith, Huntington
lilk., FARGO.
HOTEL FOR TRADE, stock or
land in good town of 700 on
i G. N. Write L. B. 201 Willow
4 City, N. D. (328)
I HAVE TWO QUARTER 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 first-class automobile as
part payments. Apply 187 Forum of
fice. (tf)
FOR RENT.
Unfurnished ttuoma—North Side.
FOR RENT—Unfurnished rooms
housekeeping 1407 1st Ave. No.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Straw and oats, delivered
Chas. Hill farm. Phone 1162-6. (28)
FOR SALE—Nice, clean, old papers
packages of 60 for 10 cents 160 for
26 cents. Forum office.
IN ANSWERING all want ads, giving
a certain number care of The Forum,
be sure to address your answera to
that number, in care of Forum. This
insure prompt attention.
FOR SALE—Two. 14-foot mahogany
wall cases 1 30-foot mahogany wuli
case 2 10-foot floor cases, 1 6-foot
floor case cheap If taken at once.
W. Peterson Co„ 118 Broadway, Fargo,
N. D. (tf
& FOR SALE Buffalo COftt 203 1
Broadway. r-.i(20)
VTTT
VVVV?
God in Our Schools.
Minneapolis Tribune: Shall we hAVt
Godless schools?
Not a family in Minneapolis wouM
vote we should. Yet all of us must b"
impressed by tho sources from which
comes the advice against reintroducing
tho Bible into our schools- Clergymen
of many denominations, Jew and Gen
tile, advise against it. Now comes th
city attorney to urge "the practical
difficulty of any use of the Bible or
any form of religious instruction in tho
schools without encountering earnest,
if not rancorous, objections."
Of course, disagreement, controversy,
rancorous objection, must be avoided if
possible. But they can be avoided 'i'!
too heavy a cost. If tho only way w
can cscape them is to remove from tlv:
school life of our children the atmos
phere of reverence for the Almighty,
we shall be paying a great price in
deed.
Th© school board need not consider
"religious instruction." It need not
provide a course in comparative re
ligions- It need not give approval to
any particular edition of the Bible. K
has only to devise some form of re
ligious exercise which will tend to con
firm In the heart of the child his aw
of omnipotence and his trust in good
ness. Who is It objects to tho reading
of palsm and the saying of the L/ord'w
prayer? Is it conceivable that the ob
jectlon which may be expected to so
simple a form of religious observance
as this shall counterweigh the inculca
tion of religious reverence?
A Chinese scholar lately in Minne
apolis touched us to the quick in dis
cussing this question. Said he: "You
do not permit the Bible in your
schools but you require that the in
mates of your penitentiaries shall rea
it. Is religion a form of punishment in
your country?"
Without regard for creed, there i
surely a place for God in the schools
to which we send our children.
Where He Saw 14.
Rocky Mountain News: "Dld iuiy ji 1
you ever sec an elephant skin?" "aslttc '1
a teacher of an infant class..
"I have!" exclaimed one.
"Where?" asked the teacher,. i
"On an elephant," said he.
The Fargo Forum prints more
classified ads than any other
paper in the State of North
Dakota
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED—Agents and firms every
where to handle our wonderful tiro
specialties, guaranteed to treble mile
age. $500 monthly. Motorists buy at
sight. Self-V'uicanizing Rubber Works,
Morristown, New Jersey. (18)
AGENTS WANTED in every town in
No-th
Dakota to sell the ControlaHre
is guaranteed to save one-third fuel
bill samples by parcel post $1150. Get
busy if you want to make big money.
The Modern Supply Co., 621 N. P. ave.
AGENTS—Snappiest household line on
earth red hot sellers Bteady re
peaters over 150 different articles
goods guaranteed 100% profit write
quick hurry. 12. M. Feltman. Sales
Mgr.. 8085 Sycamore St., Cincinnati. O.
(18)
AGENTS—Big profits, exclusive terri
tory. Wonderful new automatic gas
oline table lamp. 300 C. P. 1-3 cent per
hour. Absolutely the best seller on the
market. Send for free sample proposl-
Nattonal Stamping Works, 420
tlon.
Clinton, Chicago. (IS)
AGENTS WANTED—Valuable fran
chises granted to reliable worker for
the exclusive sale of Gloria Kerosene
and Gasoline lighting appliances. Most
brilliant and economical light known
to science. A real opportunity to got
into a live money-making business.
Gloria Light Company., 1277 Washing
ton Blvd., Chicago. (IS)
$» DAILY AVERAGE!, sealing advance
pump governors. Tliey make the
hardest working pumps work easy,
windmills turn in slightest winds,
pumping engines work with less than
one-half tho gas or steam fit all
pumps warranted 6 years exclusive
territory price $4.00 each. Honorable
men wanted to sell them everywhere.
International Foundry Co., 359 Minne
sota St., St. Paul, Minn. (20)
RELIABLE AND ENERGETIC agents
wanted—Agents are making big
commissions selling lots in Willow
River Townsite, located on the Grand
Trunk Pacific railway, which claims It
will be one of the most important
points on its main line. Write at once
for maps, plans find full particulars.
Pacific Land & Townsites Co., T.trt.,
joint owners and sole agents Willow
River Townsite, 132 Richards St., Van
couver, B. C. (9-12-15-18)
O. K. LAUNDRY.
O. K. LAUNDRY—Mrs. E. C. Office'
1123 8th st S.: phono 2191-L*
PERSONAL
RHEUMATISM, lumbago, lamo back
I have cured some people that were
so terribly afflicted with inflammatory
and muscular rheumatism, that they
could not move to cover on their bod
and others that could not turn over in
their b^fl, with lamo back. Write to
R. P. Shipley, An eta, N. D. (44)
FOR RENT—LAND.
FOR RENT—On shares, one section of
land 1 1-2 miles southeast of Gard
ner. Good house :uid burn on place
340 acres plowed. 250 care Forum. (23)
WANTED TO BUY.
RN'S worn garments.
Fargo.
,!
Phone 2316
girl. My address is
BUSINESS CHANCES.
OARAGE FOR SALE—Good place and
business. Willie Tweed, Billfold, N.
D. (44)
FURNISHED rooms, all modern house,
for light housekeeping. 403 7th Aye.
north.
FOR RENT—Furnished rcBtaurant in
Dilworth. Phone Dilworth 64 or call
at J. M. Heath's residence.
WANTED Working partner, lirst
class proposition. Capital $650. Good
chance lor right party. Address P. O.
box 643.
18
FOR SALE—By owner good 16 room
rooming house. Itooms all occupied.
House part modern cheap for* cash
417 So. 5th St. Mpls.
RESTAURANT doing good business,
can give good reasons for seuliife.
For sale cheap if taken at once. Phuiiu
H89-L or 30G, 1st Ave. So. JVlhd. (tf)
IN AN!WislKlAii *11 want aUa, giviug
a certain nuuit/er care ui 'xuo Iruruii:,
be sura to auureas your «tn»iverMt to
(hat number, in care ot Forum. iui*
iiiiture fcufiipt attention.
FOR SALE—Grocery store in Fargo,
doing a good business. Good loca
ion reason tor selling, other business,
_'4 7 care Forum.
FOR SALE—Bakery at Harvey, N. D..
everything brand new. Will sell at
involco price. Owner must change cli
mate. Writu for information to N. J.
Hanson.
FOR SALE—Good paying newspaper in
town of 660 in west central r^orth
Dakota, in excellent tarnnng country.
A well equipped power plant, expense
light. A good proposition. Address
2ov care Forum. (42)
ARE \OU looking for a bargain in a
business that is already established,
witn *000 investment, part cash. Vou
can become equal partner must have
partner as hours are too long lor me.
investigate, pnono 1291( ask lor Smith.
(19)
FOR SALE—Furniture and undertak
ing business. Best location in tho
west. Tnriving town in well settled
country. Railroad just finished and
ends tnere 2a miles to nearest furni
ture and undertaking business any di
rection. Two banks 20 stores, it»0
ouudings under construction. No op
position. New, lreah, small stock all
paid for. Well located. Rent and in
suranto low. No nxturcs. Must sell
quick. Address 234 caro Forum.
NURSING.
I'HACTICAli ADJktslAt* In confinement
cases. Alls. C. Uetlcfs, 4U7 lvih riU
No. l'"argo. (30)
I'HACTICAli ADJktslAt* In confinement
cases. Alls. C. Uetlcfs, 4U7 lvih riU
No. l'"argo. (30)
Sl'fiClAL SAliU Of CH1CKK.V*.
SI'KOIAL. —l-iyht JtSraiiHias, liiacK
Langsnana, Columbian Wyandottea,
S. a. Hamburg# and fc. C. White Leg
horns these birdH must inovu a.t UTICC,
if Interested writu quick and Ket llrst
choice. Island Park Poultry Yards,
Coleman Baker, Prop. It. R. 3, i'aiiiu,
N. D. tf)
SI'KOIAL. —l-iyht JtSraiiHias, liiacK
Langsnana, Columbian Wyandottea,
S. a. Hamburg# and fc. C. White Leg
horns these birdH must inovu a.t UTICC,
if Interested writu quick and Ket llrst
choice. Island Park Poultry Yards,
Coleman Baker, Prop. It. R. 3, i'aiiiu,
N. D. tf)
SI'KOIAL. —l-iyht JtSraiiHias, liiacK
Langsnana, Columbian Wyandottea,
S. a. Hamburg# and fc. C. White Leg
horns these birdH must inovu a.t UTICC,
if Interested writu quick and Ket llrst
choice. Island Park Poultry Yards,
Coleman Baker, Prop. It. R. 3, i'aiiiu,
N. D. tf) HOSPITAL..
FOR SALE—160 acre Tarm In Divide
Co., N. Dale., three miles from new
town. Will exchange. Box 862, ir
eo, N. Dak. (29)
FOR SALE—160 acre Tarm In Divide
Co., N. Dale., three miles from new
town. Will exchange. Box 862, ir
eo, N. Dak. (29)
I'AKM liVNDS KOIt SAL.K—FI,OMIl»A.
I'AKM liVNDS KOIt SAL.K—FI,OMIl»A.
Kl/Olt IDA Finn combination truck
farm and orsume grove on edge grow
ing south Florida town good market
healthy location good terms. Gordon
N. Keene, Ft. Meade, Florida.
Kl/Olt IDA Finn combination truck
farm and orsume grove on edge grow
ing south Florida town good market
healthy location good terms. Gordon
N. Keene, Ft. Meade, Florida. FOR SALK—AL'iOnUuiljtiiS.
XMAS tilFT FOR
JUST THK T1IIN» Appreciated by all.
Dozen (incut nullity name or calling
cards elegantly written by professional
penman. .Sample dozen, assorted,
JUST THK T1IIN» Appreciated by all.
Dozen (incut nullity name or calling
cards elegantly written by professional
penman. .Sample dozen, assorted,
FOR ItKST—COTTAUE.
FOR RENT—Five room cottage In
good condition. 719 12th St. No.
WAlV'fED TO KENT—IMANO.
WAlV'fED TO KENT— IMA NO.
WASTED TO Kicvr—Piano for winter
montlis. No children. Phone 2735.
WASTED TO Kicvr—Piano for winter
montlis. No children. Phone 2735.
FOUND.
FOUND—Rosary. Owner can have same
by calling at tho Forum office and
paying for ad.
DHKSSMAKIN SCHOOL*
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL—118 Broad
way.
OO SlSC5
Will you spend $1.00 to help give some poor child
a merry Christmas this year? If so please send in
the following coupon filled out.
SALESMEN WANTED.
*100 TO per month selling our
high grade oils, greases, pure linseed
oil paints and varnishes. Do not be
satisfied. Get our proposition. Inland
Oil Works, Cleveland, O. (IS)
SALESMAN For general mercantile
trade, vacancy .Ian. 1. Unexcelled
specialty proposition. Commission con
tract. $36.00 weekly for expenses. Con
tinental Jewelry company, 510, 49 Con
tinental building, Cleveland, O. (18)
VACUUM CTJCANKHS
1914 Models, guaranteed, protected.
Five styles, plunger and sweeper.
Retail at ?3.fi5 and up. Write, we
will send sample to inspect.
Chinese Corporation, Dept. 11T,
113 S. Jefferson St., Chicago.
SALESMAN—Capable specialty sales
man for North Dakota. Staple line
on new and exceptional terms.' Attrac
tive commission contract for balance
of year and 1914. $35.00 weekly for ex
penses. Miles F. Bixler Co., 199, 49
Carlin building, Cleveland, O. (IS)
SALESMEN WANTED—Experience un
necessary easy work big pay write
for large list, of openings offering op
portunities to earn $100 to $500 a
rnontli while you learn positions as
sured. Address Dept. 406. National
Salesmen's Training AsB'n, Chicago,
New York, Kansas City, San Francisco.
(18)
EARN f!t5 TO $100 weekly selling
groceries direct to consumers »t
wholesale- prices. We are the largest
wholesale house, selling dlroct by sam
ple all goods guaranteed. Small ship
ments or car load lots. Cooperative
selling plans permanent positions
give references. Address Dept. B2,
Hitchcock Hill & Co.. Chicago. (18)
WANTED An experienced custom
shirt salesman for North and South
Dakota. Wo offer the best custom
.shirt line shown and our terms to
salesmen and customers are most fit
traetlve. Write us giving full parti
culars regarding your past work and
name your references. Buckley Shirt
& Underwear Co., 200-210 S. Jefferson
Ave., St. Louis. Mo. (18)
WE WANT good men to sell tho finest
nursery stock grown lor northern
culture. A lin? that is advertised
throughout the northwest and has
thousands of patrons "boosting" for it.
Agents outtlt free, includes pictures of
fruits, shrubs, etc., in beautiful natur
al colors. Pay checks mailed promptly
eaeii week. Work part or all your
time. Write
1110
Minn.
for Agents circular
giving information. Clarcnco Wedge,
Wedgo Nursery. Box J, Albert Lrfia.
IX) ST.
L.OST—Buckskin sutton colt. Notify
for reward, August Johnson, care
Hergstrom & Crowe or 112t 1st Ave.
So. ttf
L.OST
—Buckskin sutton colt. Notify
for reward, August Johnson, care
Hergstrom & Crowe or 112t 1st Ave.
So. ttf
l,oST—.Sunday, between St. Luke's hos
pital and 1002 Sth st S.. tire chain.
Finder plume leav n imo with J. G.
Dillon, dcLtndrecii: block- (t.
FARM LANDS MATERNITY HONl'lTAI.— Competent
nurses and best of care highest tes
timonials from doctors and patients.
MATERNITY HONl'lTAI.— Competent
nurses and best of care highest tes
timonials from doctors and patients.
Mrs. Jennie Camp, 901 10th st. A* Far
go.
Mrs. Jennie Camp, 901 10th st. A* Far
go.
PRIVATE maternity home best
of care. Mrs) li. Rice, 121 13th
SL south.
PRIVATE maternity home best
of care. Mrs) li. Rice, 121 13th
SL south.
SAIJE—Maxwell
FOR
SAI E
KM-.
W. 11. Borghei m, Fargo, N. D. (18j
K
M-.
W. 11. Borghei m, Fargo, N. D. (18j
cssow
will help give-
children a Merry Christmas. I prefer to purchase a present for a boy or
Street
Town.
Last year The Forum Santa Claus was able to
care for over 300 boys and girls by the aid of the
good fellows of Fargo. The list of needy ones is
fully as large this year. Address all communica
tions to
Santa Clans
Forum Gitice, Fargo, N. D»
runabout model
—Maxwell runabout model
1912 In first class condition. Address
T. G. Havellng &. Son, Buffalo, N. D.
(20
1912 In first class condition. Address
T. G. Havellng &. Son, Buffalo, N. D.
(20
TIRE BARGAINS—Wo 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 gret our prices. Whee
lock Auto Co., 602 and 604 N. P. Ave.,
Fargo, N. D. (tf)
TIRE BARGAINS—Wo 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 gret our prices. Whee
lock Auto Co., 602 and 604 N. P. Ave.,
Fargo, N. D. (tf)
TIRE BARGAINS—Wo 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 gret our prices. Whee
lock Auto Co., 602 and 604 N. P. Ave.,
Fargo, N. D. (tf)
TIRE BARGAINS—Wo 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 gret our prices. Whee
lock Auto Co., 602 and 604 N. P. Ave.,
Fargo, N. D. (tf)
FOR SAIjE —FARMS.
FOR SAIj
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—FARMS.
HALF SECTION
FARM—-Murk* county.
HALF SECTION
FARM—-Murk* county.
HALF SECTION
FARM—-Murk* county.
HALF SECTION
FARM—-Murk* county.
HALF SECTION
FARM—-Murk* county.
N D. Mouse 24x34 basement, barn
30x50, addition
1CX4,
N D. Mouse 24x34 basement, barn
30x50, addition
N D. Mouse 24x34 basement, barn
30x50, addition
N D. Mouse 24x34 basement, barn
30x50, addition
granary 10x12
N D. Mouse 24x34 basement, barn
30x50, addition
1C
4, granary 10x12
1C
4, granary 10x12
1C
4, granary 10x12
1C
4, granary 10x12
well of fine water 225 acres under cul
tivation, 60 acres fenced, fine hay mea
dow which cuts about 100 tons a year
three miles from market. A snap at
$23 Would take In a good automobile,
or some good Income property, but must
have 11,000 cash. H. L. Lyon, Bowbells.
N D.
well of fine water 225 acres under cul
tivation, 60 acres fenced, fine hay mea
dow which cuts about 100 tons a year
three miles from market. A snap at
$23 Would take In a good automobile,
or some good Income property, but must
have 11,000 cash. H. L. Lyon, Bowbells.
N D.
well of fine water 225 acres under cul
tivation, 60 acres fenced, fine hay mea
dow which cuts about 100 tons a year
three miles from market. A snap at
$23 Would take In a good automobile,
or some good Income property, but must
have 11,000 cash. H. L. Lyon, Bowbells.
N D.
well of fine water 225 acres under cul
tivation, 60 acres fenced, fine hay mea
dow which cuts about 100 tons a year
three miles from market. A snap at
$23 Would take In a good automobile,
or some good Income property, but must
have 11,000 cash. H. L. Lyon, Bowbells.
N D.
well of fine water 225 acres under cul
tivation, 60 acres fenced, fine hay mea
dow which cuts about 100 tons a year
three miles from market. A snap at
$23 Would take In a good automobile,
or some good Income property, but must
have 11,000 cash. H. L. Lyon, Bowbells.
N D.
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