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HELP WASTED—MALE.
M'' HAVE Knight Printing Co. Print it
BU8HELMAN WANTED—M. L. Lasson,
Fargo. (174-177)
WANTED—First-class buahelman at
once. Dakota Valet. (164-tf)
FARGO Ali'LOMOsiLB una g&i engi
neering school will give you practical
Instruction write for Information.
1226 Front at.
WANTED—25 carpenters. Wire, phone
or write Alex Karr, Valley City, N.
D. 176-tf)
GO TO JOHNSON'S barber shop. 603
Front street hair cut 25c, shave 10c,
bath 16c, on Saturday 26c first class
work guaranteed.
ANSWER to advertisements should
NOT include number given In paren
thesis in lower right hand corner.
WANTED—Man to sell monuments.
State previous employment and re
ference. -Must be hustler. Box 200
city. (177-180)
WANTED—First class salesmen in
men's furnishings and clothing. Must
speak Scandinavian. The Bee Hive
Cash store, Glendive, Mont. (173-181)
IN AN«iWEKlKia all want ads, giving
a certain number care of The Forum,
be sure to address your answers to
that number. In care of Forum. Tills
Insure prompt uttentlon.
WANTED—Painters by June 16,
Crookston high school Job. Write
B. Kallsen. 117 Washington Ave.
Crookston, Minn. (176-179)
FARGO MAIL. CARRIER and postal
clerk examinations coming. Age 18
to 46 J800 to $1,200 year. Sample ex
amination
Questions
WANTED JANITOR—A good middle
aged man to take care of heating
plant and laundry, at once good wag
es Scandinavian preferred. St. Luke's
hospital. (176-117)
POSITIONS WANTED—MALB,
PLOWING WANTED by Murray Bros.,
Christine, N. D. (174-199)
WANTED—Work by sixteen year old
boy. Phone 1132. (176-180)
BLACKSMITH of 3 years experience
wants position by June 16.
173 care Forum. (175-177)
WANTED—Work In evenings by boy
Bixteen years. Write Frank Liinke,
1201 4th Ave. No. city. (173-178)
WANTED—Position clerking in drug
store or general store. Bank refer
ence. Address 17S» care of Forum.
(177-178)
WANTED—Position by young man of
19, work around autos preferred, but
•will take any work. A. A. Johnson,
'city. (176-178)
I POSITION WANTED—By good all
around butcher. Will run shop on
percentage. Nothing but
$
AJ
POSITIONS WAM'l'KI) -H A.ND 1Kb.
•MARRIED couple, German, would like
to get work on farm by the month or
•year. Can give reference. 176 care
iForum. (176-178)
POSITION on farm by married couple.
None but those desiring high grade
Intelligent help need answer, best wag
expected. fc. V. Layson, 918 4th Ave.
|TS., Fargo. (176-177)
JLOS'f.
/LOST—A bunch of keys. Return to
Murphy & Young, 602 Front St.
(173-tf)
LOST—Brown bulldog puppy about 4
months old. Blind in one eye. Return
to Norrona cafe for reward. (177-tf)
LOST—Bunch of keys containing pres
tolite key button hook, three rings.
F.eturn for reward to Forum office.
(177-179)
ijPOR SALES—Water power washer in
fine condition, 1 child's Iron bed and
•mattress, 1 folding bed, spring and
[mattress, 1 lawn awing. 111 8th St. So.
iPhone 1676-J. (177-182)
CHlCKKa* FOH SALE.
^CHICKS, setting hens, eggs. Phone
2787-J. (172-tf)
'FOR SALE—Full bred WhlU» Orphiim
ton eggs. 93.00 for 16 or 96.00 for 30.
„-C. D. Blakeelee, 224. 9th Ave. So. oley.
(tf)
KELLERSTRASS strain, White Orping
tons. Large blocky birds of splendid
Orpington type. Eggs for hatching
592.50 par fifteen delivered. Sioux Falls
fPoultvy yards, 1620 b. Spring are.,
6i Falls. S. D. (147-177)
*,GG.-» FOR HATCHING from Buff
Plymouth Rocks, *i, $!.G0 ana 94 per
Lsettlng of 16 eggs. Prize winners for
"3 years in succession at Fargo. From
•ho 1914 show 1 have in my breeding
ijptns 1st, 2nd and 3rd pullets 2nd, 3rd
land 4tA and 2nd COCK. No more
Entock I'n*" I ile. Island Park Poultry
fcYards. Golf.nan Baker, Frop., ft. K. No.
M. Fargo. Phone 1167-7. (tf)
FOR EXCHANGE
"VILL TRADE section of land for coun
try elevators. Address 174 care For
um. (176-181)
WANTED TO RENT—FLAT
PANTED TO RENT—Six or seven
room, modern flat, or purchase lease
n same. 501 care Forum. (176-tf)
LOCATION WANTED.
WANTED—A good location for general
i merchandise will buy stock and
1 building If price is right. Wild Rose
I Realty Co., Wild Rose, N. D. (166-177)
WANTED TO RENT—COTTAGE.
I-
WANTED TO RENT—Furnished cot
tage at Lake Detroit for the summer,
state terms. Address P. O. box 928,
.Fargo. (168-tf)
HOUSES FOR RENT.
SEVEN ROOM house, 623 12th St. No.
(177-182)
FOR SALE—RELINQUISHMENT
A GOOD 320 acre homestead relinquish
ment for sale cheap. Write S. A.
Hovland, Chinook, Mont. (177-181)
PAINTING AND DECORATING.
C. A. HENNING—Painting and decorat
ing. Phone 3096-W 1316 Front st.
(167-184)
FOR RENT—BASEMENT.
n FOR RENT—Part of basement, good
Metal
liHn* Oft,
v~
Read
Irmw
free. Franklin
Institute, Dept. 302-N., Rochester,
N. Y. (168-195)
BARBER WANTED—Good workman
to go to work June 15, for about a
month. Twenty dollars a week. Write
or phone Chas. E. Walker, Enderlin,
N. D. (174-179)
steady job
rwanted. Address 114 care Forum.
(161-178)
PHARMACIST—Registered In N. D.
wants position. Smuli town preferred.
Can furnish good references. Address
139 care Forum. (158-186)
"POSITION WANTED by Hungarian as
barber in small town. 20 years" ex
perience. Cannot speak English. Mik
jios Virag, Dickinson,. N. D., (,172-lSS)
YOUNG MAN with three years exper
ience in general store wishes position
as clerk or bookkeeper. Can X'urnlah
igood references. Address P. G. 811 2nd
Ave. No., Fargo, N. U. (176-177)
GENERAL contractor and builder
and repair work also do out-of
town contracts and remodeling.
Phone 3139-W. Plans and eati
mates furnished on application. M.
1. Erickson. ^160-176-tf)
THE FAKGO FORUM
If you have a vacant room, flat
or house, buy a Forum Want
Ad. It will rent it for you.
Phone 1595.
the Rate
HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
HAVE Knight Printing Co. Print It
GOOD COOK—Webster hotel. (177-179)
WANTED—Dining room girl. Chil
dren's Home. (167-tf)
WANTED—A second girl. Mrs. Os
good, 416 8th St. So. (171-tf)
GIULS—To learn nursing, Moorhead
hospital. Phone 36-L.-2 or 890. (tf)
WANTED—Girl or assistant marker
and sorter. Dixon Laundry Co.
(166-tf)
WANTED AT ONCE Experienced
sewing girl. No. 11 Stern Bldg.
(177-179)
MAID WANTED—Family of two, for
general housework 809 8th St. So.
(161-tf)
WANTED—Maid for general house
work. Mrs. A. W. McNair. Phone
2828-L. (167-t. f.)
COMPETENT girl for general house
work. 1307 No. Broadway. Phone
3126-W. (174-176)
WANTED—Dining room girl, also girl
for sweeping work. Northwestern
hospital, Mhd. (170-t£)
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. H. J. Deverell, 720
r^orth Broadway. (161-178)
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. Geo. Hancock, 718
North Broadway. (175-tf)
A GOOD GIRL for general housework.
Mrs. Jno. D. Far rand, 1028 No. Broad
way. Phone 710. (169-tf)
WANTED—At once, experienced din
ing room girl at Star restaurant,
Dickinson, N. D. (174-187)
WANTED—A dishwasher and cham
bermaid. Wages $6 a week. T. P.
Hogan, Maxbass, N. D. (173-184)
COMPETENT maid for general house
work. Mrs. C. H. Porrltt, *North
Broadway. Phone 348-1^-2. (171-tf)
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. No children. Address
Mrs. Geo. Veitch, Argusvllle, N. D.
(173-178)
COMPETENT GIRL to commence work
June 20, two in family. Mrs. E. C.
Cooper, 16 Monticello flats. Phone
!099. (178-178)
COMPETENT girl for general houso
work small family, highest wages.
Mrs. H. Bachenheimer, 406 9 th St. So.,
Moorhead. (166-tf)
WANTED—-Experienced laundry girls,
924 to 928 month with board, room
and laundry. Address box 476, James
town, N. D. (176-178)
WANTED—Lady partner for hatrdress
ing shop. Will guarantee good re
turns on reasonable Investment. 178
care Forum. 1177-183)
WANTED—A good capable girl for
general housework. Satisfactory
wages If competent. Phone 1666-L. Mrs.
John S. Frame, 411 18th St &
(136-tf)
WANTED—A capable and willing maid
for general housework. Good wages.
Family of two. Mrs. William H. White.
516 Thirteenth St. So. (177-tt)
WANTED—A girl for general house
work. Small house, small family.
Good wages. Must be a good cook.
Phone 2322 or call 219 11th St. So.
(176-181)
WANT to hear from good girl com
positor. Must be reliable, ambitious
and willing tt» work. Reasonable wa
ges. Steady situation. Tell truth fully
in first letter. Observer, Grand Forks,
N. D. (176-180)
EAVES TROUGHS—Prices the lowest,
best of workmanship. Call 371-L and
we will be pleased to send man to
quote you price on your work metal
work of all klndB. Manufacturers of
Little Giant furnaces. Foulka &
French, Call 371-L. (162-189)
IS THERE a competent girl in
Fargo who can earn 96 a week
in family of 3? Phone 423-J or
call at 213 13th St. So. (171-tij
POSITION WANTED—FEMALE
WOMAN desires position as working
housekeeper. Box 73, Walcott, N. D.
(177-179)
WANTED—Position as housekeeper in
respectable home, farm preferred.
AddresB Margaret Miller, Y, W. C. A.
(167)
WANTED—Position doing housework,
town or country. State wages and
when to come. Address 180 care For
um. (177-178)
POSITION wanted by experienced sten
ographer 6 years experience. First
class references. Address 164, care
Forum. (166-177)
WANTED—Position by practical nurse,
to care for Invalid In or out of the
city. Address 160 care Forum.
(173-177)
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL 118 Broad
way.
SEWING WANTED.
SEWING WANTED by the day. Phone
1664-L.
(167-184)
FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
FOR SALE—One buffet. Phone 1766.
(174-tf)
FOR SALE—Household, porch furni
ture and rugs. Reasonable prices.
Phone 2293. (172-188)
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Singer
machine, suitable for Lake cottages.
701 13th South. (166-192)
FOR SALE—Baby carriage, .1900
wash­•
ing machine, wringer and, tub stand.
Good condition. Cheap. Phone 365-J.
or call at 405 3rd St. No. (177-179)
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK.
FOR SALE—One black mare 3 years
old. 212 16th st n. (167-184)
MESSENGER SERVICE.
JUBILEE messenger service,
221 N. P. Ave. Phone 676. Prompt
service. .(166-182-tf)
rAND
Carii Carefully Hefepc MatRtag
Must lie by tbe Cash
10 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CTS. TIMES SO CT8. TIME8 46 CT8.WO NTH *1.00
19 WORDS 1~T»MR 20 CTS.. TIME8 36 CT8. TIMES 63 CT8. 1MONTH $1.B0
20 WORDS 1 TIMS 20 CTS. .**^.I TIMF.8 40 CT8. TIMES 70 CT8. 1 MONTH $2.00
25 WORDS 1 TIME 26 CT8. 8 TIME8 60 CT3. TIMES 88 CTS. MONTH *2.50
80 WORDS 1 TIME 30 CT8. TIMES 60 CT8. TIMES $1.66 1 MONTH «2J0
The above rata* are figured at the rata of 1 eant per word far the first Inaertion and Vi oant par word far
aaeh 'consecutive insertion, Na ad taken for iaaa than 20 oents for firat Inaertion. Da not be disappointed
if your ad is not inserted, if you fail to aond monay with letter. All sriiw reaohing tha offioa after 12i30
m. will bo inserted tha foil owl no day.
POR RENT.
Varnished Hoom»—stouthxlde.
ONE FURNISHED ROOM, modern. 21
4th St. So. (138-tf)
VUKAl»Hia HOOM Fuit KENT—MoU
ern hcuse 406 sth St. So. (tf)
ROOMS FOR RENT. Mrs. Frank
Thompson, 914 First Ave. So. (164 tf)
FOR RENT—Furnished room, all mod
ern 9lo 4th Ave. So. Phone 214-1*
(tf)
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished modern
rooms for light housekeeping. Phone
622. (167-194)
THREE rooms, furnished or unfurnish
ed, modern house, screened porch.
Phone 2293. (172-180)
SEVERAL nice furnished rooms with
bath at 814 1-2 Front st, one block
west of Waldorf hotel. Phone 3176.
(161-187)
FOR RENT—Two strictly modern fur
nished rooms and kitchenete to cou
ple without children. Phone 2216-J.
(tf)
FURNISHED rooms for rent In modern
house on carllne 2 ladles only. Call
before 2 o'clock or after 5. 609 9th St.
So. Phone 1111K (172-tf)
FOR HE*T.
ParsltiMd ituoiu*, Hurtli Xlic,
FURNISHED light housekeeping rooms.
1311 1st Ave. No, (173-178)
FURNISHED rooms In modern flat,
417 1-2 N. P. Ave. (172-199)
FURNISHED front room In modern
home. 816 10th St. No. (174-173)
SPLENDID Iront room for one or two
gentlemen, 606 6th St. No. (tf)
TWO LARGE furnished rooms In rr.ad
ern house. Phone 1674-J. (172-177)
THREE furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 301 6th St. No.
(177-182)
FURNISHED rooms In strictly modern
house 410 Roberts St. Phone 2174-j.
(174-185)
FURNISHED room in strictly modarn
house, cloae In. Phone 1408-L. 823
3rd ave No. (168-194)
TWO FUHNISHED rooms all modern
for light housekeeping, 407 10th St.
No. (161-tf)
MODERN furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 70 4th 31 No. Phone
622. (167 193)
FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms.
Also rooms for housekeeping. Noron
na cafe. (177-tf)
COMPLETELY furnished housekeeping
rooms. Armstrong's, 624 Broadway.
Phone 2671-L. (176-180)
FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms
for housekeeping. Brauer's flats
Phone 1012-J. (160-239-tf)
MODERN, newly furnished, large, quiet
rooms for rent by day or week. 610
1st ave No., Fargo. (165-t. f.)
BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms in
strictly modern house, gentlemen
preferred. Phone 1470. (169-tf)
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room.
Lady preferred. Call evenings 6 to
7. 228 Bdwy., flat No. 2. (177-182)
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, modern on carllne. 409
9th Ave. No. Phone 1969-J. (176-tt)
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room In
strictly modern residence, close In
gentleman preferred. Phone 1768-J.
(173 t. f.)
FURNISHED rooms, two large front
rooms for rent In heart of city very
convenient, 620 1-2 1st Ave. No. Phone
1333. 1177-182)
NICELY furnished rooms, 91.50 per
week and up. Some for housekeep
ing also 3 room unfurnished fiat, 618
north 3rd St. (177-178)
FOR RENT—Furnished room, large
cool modern on carllne, gentlemen
preferred 409 9th Ave, No. Phone
1959-J. (176-tf)
FURNISHED ROOMS 1 also light house
keeping rooms for rent at 114 1-4
Broadway, under new management
Phone 1872. (tf)
THREE furnished rooms and kitchen
ette for light housekeeping in strict
ly new modern house. On carllne*
1213 4th Ave. No. (176-tf)
FOR RENT—Furnished room In all
modern house has large closet and
bright and airy. Phone 1M7-L. Call
32 11th st No. (162-Y)
HOSPITAL*
MATERNITY HOSPITAL Competent
nurses and best of care highest tes
timonials from doctors and patients
Mrs. Jennie Camp. 901 10th at. a. Far
go.
I PRIVATE maternity home best 4
of care, Mrs. H. nice, 121 13th
St. aouth.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NOTICE—Let us do your developing
and printing In six hours, and per
haps you will secure one of our five
monthly prizes. Costs no more then
poor work. The Sundberg Co., 72 Bdwy.
Fargo, N. D. (166-tf)
FORD CAR BRASS TRIMMINGS 4
Taken off, nickel plated and re
placed for $15.00. Work guaran
teed to outwear car Itself. Fargo
Plating Metallalng Co.
FO RSALE—DOG
ENGLISH setter for sale. Registered
female 2 years old partly broke.
926 takes her. C. L. George, Sarles, N.
D. (176-188)
WANTED TO BUY.
WAR TED TO BUY—Drug stora in town
not less than 600. 168 oare Forum.
(177)
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DAILY REPUBLICAN", WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1914.
The Fargo Forum prints more
classified ads than any other
paper in the State of North
Dakota.
in Your Order Which
BOARD AND ROOMS OFFEHEft
GOOD ROOMS and board, 821 4th ave
No. (176-181)
BOARD AND ROOM—94.60 per week.
623 4th St. No.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS board and
room 94.60 per week. 722 north
Broadway. Phone 1S6-L. M)
WILL TAKE a few select table board
ers, 111 8th St. So., 2 blocks from
Waldorf hotel. Phone 1675-J. (177-182)
WANTED—BABIES TO BOARD.
BABIES TO BOARD—Phone 2573- tT
BUSINESS CHANCES.
WANTED—To lease country elevators.
Address 175 care Forum. (176-181)
FIRST CLASS butefcersnop, snap if tak
en at once, located in county seat,
1200 population. Address 138 care For
um. (168-186)
SNAP—Only drugstore in small town,
German community doing excellent
business present owner retiring. For
particulars, write Zeeland Pharmacy,
Zeeland, N. D. (167-184)
FOR SALE—Dray line, consisting of
teams, wagons and all tools only dray
line in city 2,000 population doing
good business good reason for selling.
ChrUit Heggen, Harvey, N. D.
(167-184)
FOR SALE—Photograph gallery with
complete outfit, must sell at once.
Good reason for selling. Call or write
for further information. M. S. Helling,
Kindred, N. D. (173-178)
FOR SALE OR LEASE, good weekly
newspaper, in county seat city of
1200, eastern North Dakota. Plant now
running and in good condition. Address
166 Forum. (177)
FOR SALE—Only drug store In town.
Here is your chance young druggist
to gst into business with little capital.
A1 location, large territory. Invoice
91600. Absolutely no trade. Address
168 care Forum. (174-179)
IF YOU ARE In the market for a good
drug business, with large territory
to draw from, this Is the place. Med
ium stock. No trades considered. Sail
10 Der cent off. Address 169 care For
um (174-179)
RARE bargain. Factory branch,
v/ell established line 910,000
A will awing the bualaesa. Address
166 care Forum. (171-197)
FOR SALE—AUTOS.
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 c*n
save you money these goods are strict
ly fresh stock get our prices. Whee
lock Auto Co.. 602 *u»d 604 N. P. Ave.
Fargo, N. D. (tf)
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
4 TWO SECOND HAND, in first
A class condition. John Wyman, 4
Fargo, N. D. (172-tf)
USED AUTOMOBILES for sale, 1911
Velle "40" speedster in good condi
tion, 9200 worth extra equipment. 1910
Cadillac four passenger detachable ton
neau. 1912 E. M. F. 30-tourlng car.
Overhauled and In good condition. All
the above cars are in good mechanical
condition and will be offerod at a very
reasonable price for quick sale. Calkins
Murphy Motor Co., 622 2nd Ave. No.
(170-tf)
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FIVE PASSENGER Bulck auto In good
condition. Box 400 city. (172-tf)
IMPROVED Minnesota farm for sal$ or
trade. What have you to offer. Ad
dress 934, Fargo, N. D. (175-177)
SIGHT SEEING car, can be used
for hotel bus or truck. IS.
T.
Embertson, 110 8th St. So.
(171-197)
rAU!U» li'on
FINE FARM 160 acres, all In crop, four
room house, barn 40x58, good well 26
ft. deep. Four miles from town. Price
935 per acre. Terms. Address Fred
A. Peterson, Jamestown, N.
D.
(173-177)
Kartna oa Croji i'ajmtmt Owa
Year Own Home. D«»t be a Rtntti'.
Lanos are in Peinblna and Cavalier
counties, rich, black, fertile, loam soil
with buildings, no guiuoo, no alkali.
Terms to suit purcnase.r, smali tiist
payments, half crop or annual X'.'isa
payments. Purchasers must own Btouv,
machinery and seed grain. For com
plete details of this rare opportunity,
call on or write Red River Valley Land
Co., 610 First
Ave. N..
Fargo. N. D.
LOTS KOK SAl.K.
950 CASH and 910 per month for 20
months and no Interest will buy two
fine corner lots, each 50 by 140 feet in
Huntington addition to Fargo. Fred J.
Krogh, 720 Front St. (172-tf)
FOR SALE—HOUSES.
FOR SALE—Seven room modern house,
new. Hardwood finish 1014 4th St.
No. (169-196)
FOR SALE, house in good location on
South Side, by owner. Call 1019--1
for particulars. (164-217)
A NEARLY new 4 room house with
stone foundation. For sale cheap if
taken at once. Call at 1106 1st Ave.
80.. Mhd. (171-178)
FOR SALE—Seven-room rome In best
residential district of Fargo modern
except heat fine corner lot, good
walks, trees, etc. For particulars ad
dress R. E. Flynn, care Forum. (t. f.)
FOR SALE::—HOUSE AND LOT,
FOR SAI.E-—Modern six-room cottage
south side, screened porch, nice lawi
and shade trees and small fruit trees
large barn, on car line, one block to
Hawthorne school, easy terms. $. care
Forum. (t f.)
WE HAVE a home for you! 7
room modern but heat. Fine lo- 4*
cation, trees and lawn. 9200 cash
balance, same as rent. The Amer
land Co. Phone 670, 607 N. P.
Ave. (tf)
mm
LAND FOR SALE.
LIMITED acreage, California fruit
land. Suburbs .Sacremento. 75,000
people. To exchange for improved
farms or Income property. Snesrud,
1034-40 McKnight Bldg., Minneapolis.
(160-187)
WANTED—A cash offer for my 280
acre farm, 11 miles south of Ross, N.
D. Well improved, Perry Nolen, Am
brose. N. D. (177-177)
80 ACRES good land In Burke Co., san
dy loam, clay subsoil, hilly. 64 acres
broke. Improvement cost 9760, 6 miles
to town, 1-2 mile to school. No build
ings, 91400 cash or terms. Address lfi2
Forum. (170-196)
SIO DOWN. $5 MONTHLY buys farms
near Puluth, Minn. 98 to 912 per
acre. Some timber some open 20,000
acre selection. Free maps. T. Fel
land, Palace Building, Minneapolis,
Minn. (174-179)
FOK S AXiVL
FOR SALE—Second hand desk. Walker
Bros. & Hardy. (176-tf)
FOR SALE—Second hand safe, Walker
Bros, and Hardy. (175-tf)
FOR SALE—Roll top desks and type
writer desks, second hand. Crane
Ordway Co. (166-16l-tf)
FOR SALE—Early Ohio seed potatoes,
40 cents per bushel. Leslie Welter,
Moorhead, Minn. (175-tf)
FOR SALE—Nice, clean, old papers
packages of 60 for 10 cents 160 for
26 cents. Forum office.
FOR SALE—At a discount, a few East
man kodaks slightly shop worn, ex
tra good value. The Sundberg Co., 72
Broadway, Fargo. (166-tf)
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
insures prompt attention.
FOR SALE—Wardrobe trunk In fine
condition. Good as new. Cost 966,
will sell for 930,14 operahouse annex.
(175-177)
FOR SALE—Two linotype magazines
for No. 1 model machines^ also one
font 6 point roman single letter ma
trices and one font 10 point roman and
Italic two letter matrices. Address
Fargo Forum. (147-tf)
ONE UNIVERSAL gas tractor and 6
bottom P. & Q. plow. Can use good
second hand automobile on deal. Ad
dress box 127, Hendrum, Minn.
(176-181)
FOR SALE:—A complete butcher outfit
at a big sacrifice 8x10 meat cooler,
derrick, block, counter, Bcale, meat
rack. eic. Having gone out ol business
this outfit must be sold. Grandln Co
operative Co. Address J. A. Elliott,
Secy. (163-tf)
SECOND HAND threshing rig complete
for sale. 3bx60 Avery separator, run
only
'it
days and Buffalo Pitts engine,
22 horse power, rebuilt and in fine con
dition, 2 water tanks, forks, sleeping
tent and cooking utensils. H. A. Boiser
Harwood, N. D. Box 80. (168-194)
ATTENTION TOWNSHIP SUPER
VISORS—1 have for sale one £ne
grader, complete with belts, disc, plot*
extension for elevator, and push-truck,
it is in first-class order. Has only been
used parts of two seaaons, and cost
(1,100. Will make right price. Evan
ti. Tyler. Receiver for Wheelock ft
Wheelock.
BUY OH THADE.
WILL BUY OR TRADE for your seo
ond handharn ess, W. 11. Stewart
harness shop, Fargo.
FIR RENT—COTTAGE.
A FURNISHED cottage at Lake Cor
morant, 1213 4th Ave. No. (176-tf)
SIX ROOM cottage with boat near Ed
dy's Lodse on Lake Melissa for rent.
Phone 175 7 -J. (174-tf)
CERTIFICATE OF NOMINEES
In accordance with the provisions of
chapter 209, laws of 1911, the follow
ing is a list of the names of persons
who have filed petitions for nomination
for public offices. In the office of the
county auditor of Cass county, North
Dakota and In the office of the secre
tary of state, as shown by certificate
from that office, together with the
postofRce addresses of said persons, to
be voted on at the primaries to be held
on the 24th day of June, 1914, between
the hours of 8 o'clock A M. and 5
o'clock P. M., In the regular polling
places In all voting precincts of Cass
county.
UNITED STATES SENATOR.
Republlcaa.
Herman N. Mldtbo, Mlnot.
Andrew Miller, Bismarck.
Asle J. Gronna, Lakota.
John H. Worst, Fargo.
Democrat,
Oeo. P. Jones, LaMoure.
W. E. Purcell, Wahpoton.
Progressive.
Sever Serumgard, Uevils Lake.
Sociallnt.
W. H. Brown, Devils Lake.
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS,
FARST DISTRICT.
Republlcaa,
H. T. Helgesen, Milton.
Democrat.
John H. Gogln, Osnabrock.
Fred Bartholomew- Grand Forks.
Soeitfllst
Leon Durocher, Grand Forks.
GOVERNOR.
Republican.
V
L. B. Hanna, Fargo.
J. H. Wish-jk, Ashley.
Usher L. Burdick, W llllston.
Democrat.
Prank Oscar Hellstrom, Bismarck.
Oliver Xnudson, Michigan.
Progressive.
H. H. Aaker, Fargo.
SocluliNt,
J. Arthur Williams, Grand Forks.
LIEUTENANT GOVKKNOR.
Republlcaa.
A. T. Kraabel, Clifford.
A. W. McMasters, Xolley.
Henry J. Bessesen, Harvey.
John H. Fralne, Grafton.
Henry Sagehoi n, Krem.
Democrat.
James 19. Hal], Orafton.
progressive.
D. L. Campbell, Northwood.
Socialist,
H. 8. Thompson, Minot.
SECRETARY OF STATB.
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FARGO, N. DAK.
Republlcaa,
Thomas Hall, Bismarck.
Democrat,
W. E. Byerly, Volva.
Soclallnt.
W. G. Johnson, Fargo.
STATE AUDITOR.
Republican.
Carl O. Jorgonson, Mllnor.
Democrat,
Frank Shanley, Cando.
Procrevnlve.
C. H. Starke, Dickinson.
Soclaltnt.
J. E. Kulstad, rand Forks.
STATE TREASURER.
Republican.
Thomas H. Tharalson, GraftOl).
Rollef Berg, Courtenay.
S. N. Putnam, New Rockford.
John Steen, Rugby.
Democrat,
Marthlnus F. HI RRC, Hatton.
proicresNlTe.
Lb B. Garnaas, Shevfinne.
Socialist.
Im 8.
Jones, Ellrndala.
ATTORNEY GENERAL.
Republican.
Henry J. Llnde, Stanley.
Alfred Zuger, Bismarck.
F. C. Heffron, Dickinson.
Democrat.
Geo. H. Moellring, Ray.
Scott Cameron, Linton.
Progressiva,
Dorr Carroll, Minot.
Socialist.
John L. Koeppler, W'ahpeton.
COMMISSIONER OK INSURANCE.
Republican.
Walter C. Taylor, LaMoure.
Democrat.
Charles S. Whittlesey, Fargo.
Progressive.
J. P. Read, Grand Forks.
Socialist.
F. Spath, Judson.
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICU1TURB
AND LABOR.
Republican.
Robert F. Flint, New Salem.
A. E. Hutchinson, Mlnnewaukan.
Will E. Holbein, Lansford.
J. T. Hoge, Underwood.
Democrat.
E. A. Lllllbrldge, Dickinson.
propcreHHlve.
Karl Kalein, Washburn.
Soclallnt,
Robert Grant, Lakota.
COMMISSIONERS OF RAILROADS.
Republican.
H. A. Barwlnd, Bismarck.
James Collins, Grand Forks.
Jacob Rieder, Anamoose.
James Duncan, Josephine.
O. P. N. Anderson, Starkweather.
W. H. Mann, New Salem.
W, H. Stutsman, Mandan.
Progressive.
Sam A. Hall, Valley City.
B. F. Brockhoff, Grand Forks.
Wm. Loughl&nd, Ncsson.
progresHlve.
Myron P. Johnson, Donnybrools.
J. A. Hyland, Bismarck.
0. L. Engen, Fargo.
Socialist.
I* A. Knoke, Willow City.
Herman Riesche, Bachelor.
G. E. Anderson, Steele.
STATE SENATOR, 10TH DISTRICT.
Republlcaa.
H. J. Rowe, Casselton.
Democrat.
Thomas J. Edwards, Casselton.
STATE SENATOR, 11TH DISTRICT.
Republican.
B. H. Mallough, Embden.
W. E. Clark, Tower City.
Democrat.
W. A. Frldley, Page.
REPRESENTATIVE, 8TH LEGISLA­
TIVE DISTRICT.
Republican.
B. V. Moore, Fargo.
L. L. Twichell, Fargo.
J. T. Purcell, Fargo.
A. T. Cole, Fargo.
H. E. McCaskie, Fargo.
Democrat.
J. W. McH ose, Fargo.
Lars Chrlstianson, Fargo.
John F. MoGram, Fargo.
progressive.
H. Lokensgaard, Fargo.
R. C. Burnett, Fargo.
W. IX Powell, Fargo.
REPRESENTATIVE, lOTH LEGISLA.
TIVE DISTRICT.
Republican.
Bernt N. Sandbeek, Davenport.
Treadwell Twichell, Mapleton.
Democrat.
Jakob Brandvig, Harwood.
Bernhard Anderson, Kindred.
REPRESENTATIVE, 11TH LEGISLA-.
TIVE DISTRICT.
Republican.
William Watt, Leonard.
Herman Boyce, Absaraka.
Democrat,
Albert L. Porter, Leonard.
J. C. Moug, Ayr.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
Republican.
Addison Leech, Fur^n.
Democrat.
Harry J. Let ford, Fargo.
Progressive.
C. G. Bois\ Farno.
COUNTY TREASURER.
Republican.
John Martin, Chaffue.
E. D. Mclntyre, Gardner.
Democrat.
Ernest Mares, Wheatland.
Progressive.
Emll J. Headland, Sanders.
SHERIFF.
Republican.
John C. Ross, Fargo.
Democrat.
Martin E. Johnson, Fargo.
progressive.
Otto Wellan, Fargo.
CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT.
Republican.
R. C. Gearey, Jr., Fargo.
Democrat.
Walter D. Bavard, Fargo.
STATES ATTORNEY.
Republican.
Arthur W. Fowler, Fargo.
T. H. McEnroe, Fargo.
Democrat.
John G. Pfeffer, Fargo.
COUNTY JUDGE.
Republican.
A. Q. Hanson, Fargo.
Democrat.
Tim Francis, Fargo.
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
Republican.
G. A. Fraser, Fargo.
Democrat.
Oscar Slmonson, Fargo.
Progressive.
F. H. Beston, Fargo.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Republican,
Sam F. Crabbe, Fargo.
Democrat.
Verne H. Aiken, Fargo.
CORONER,
Republican.
Samuel Mitchell, Mapleton.
A. R. Arends, Casselton.
Democrat.
Horace Clark, Wheatland.
COUNTY JUSTICES.
Republican.
H. F. Miller, Fargo.
A. A. Walker, Casselton.
Democrat.
Louis A. Taubert, Casselton.
COUNTY CONSTABLES.
Republican,
J. K. Bingham, Fargo.
Democrat,
Charles E. Bunker, Casselton.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER. FIRST DIS­
TRICT.
Republican,
E. H. Holte, Gardner.
Democrat.
H. H. Kennedy, Argusvllle,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, SECOND
DISTRICT.
Republican.
H. J. Rusch. Fargo.
Robert B. Boyd, Fargo.
Democrat.
E. M. Van Arnam, Fargo.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, FOURTH
DISTRICT.
Rcpnbllcan.
Berney Bracht, Chaffee.
Thos. C. Hockridge, Hunter.
Democrat.
James E. Farreli, Casselton.
NON-PARTISAN JUDICIARY.
Judge of the Supreme Court*
Burleigh F. Spauldlng, FarfO.
A. M. Chrlstianson, Towner.
NON-PARTISAN SCHOOL.
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
K. J. Taylor, Bismarck.
Richard Heyward, Grand Forks.
M. Erumwell, Hatton.
County Superintendent Schools,
J. W. Riley, Fargo.
1, Addison Leech, county auditor of
Cass county, North Dakota, do hereby
certify that the persons whose names
appear on the foregoing list have filed
petitions for nominations as candidates
for th^ office under which they have
been designated, and that their names
are entitled to be placed upon the offi
cial primary election ballot to be voted
on at the primary election to be held
on June 24th, 1914.
Dated at Fargo, N. D., this 3rd day
of June, 1914.
ADDISON LEECH,
KITS FIDE LEGEND
Dying Woman Says She Start*!
Chicago Conflagration.
Mto R*beoon Thrift, on pacth
Declare* 8*m, and Not
OXnary's Cow, Was Caxw
oi Flamsa of 1S71.
XJam, Oi—Tha Ingeod that
0®Lesa"j*s caw kicked over a k&rosea«(
ifkKip and started tha fire will ah swept'
CMcsmo Id 1871 1b challenged by,
the death bad declaration of Miss R«J
boooa Thrift, who died in the cotmtj*
ififlnnary here, about seventy.
*"I started the Chicago Are," gasped,
tha strange old woman, "and fear*
arrest, I fled while the flamaa
raged."
Further details, whatever those de
tails may hare been, were sealed by
death, a&d were burled in the potter's
flatd Kfong with the body of the wom
an wfcoee life gtory has for mora
than 40 ytara been an Unpenetrable
mystery.
Coincident with the burning of Chi
cago tn 1871, this woman waa found
secreted like a hunted animal in a
straw stack on the Booth farm, south
of this city. With her was a man.
Th® TijpUonte spirit, rampant in those
day*, asaerted ltaeU in the form of
a mob» which, after a parley, spared
tar and feathers, but warned the
rfi*ri
to le&va the country. He fled no
ttfincs concerning htm have ever
oome.
The woman, sodeo -and Xaaad. mads
W explanation at that time, except)
that she was hotneleas and sick. She
tike same of Refceoca TOrtCL She
^raa at that time apparently a
lose than thirty.
The attthorltlea, not knowtog wba^
else f* do with the odd charge thaai
thrust upon them, oomnrtatted her to|
the county farm.
Hero, for 43 yeara, she has ra
mala®d a county dependent and oenrer
once has she consented to give the
aames and adilresaes of relatives
or tot
reveal other family history, and no|
©nf iiaa ever claimed her. No one laj
auth'jftty ewer believed she had given
her real name and no one was ever^
able to learn her age. Less than th«
wWtfc of a city 8treet away from thej
|auper grave into which the Lima'sj
womaa of mystery was lowered Is thej
•pot where she sought refuge in a{
straw stack la 1IT1.
"8TBEW000S LIFE" IS SCORED
•euisAai ef Comimeeoe FluffMd 8«ya
K la Least Bffeottvs and
BTBotent.
PmsBsuce, R. L—-"The •U'emmua
life Is in most cases the least effective
and efficient," William C. Redfieid, seo
tetary of oommaroe, told the Brown*
'M
4:
**•%.
.T.u/:7
Mr-:- Af,
William C. Rerfttetd.
University students la an
'THfectiveneas.'*
"It is an infantile view of Industry
which measures Its results by eithef
the duration or the extent of effort,"
he asserted. "Both the hustler and the
apoatle of strennousness have beooms
back numbers In their methods. They
are hi the same category with Mna
who 'also ran.'"
$20,000,000 IN MAYO ESTATE
Board of Trustees to Handle Estate el
Kentucky National Com
mitteeman.
Fainisvllle, Ky.—The body of John
C. Calhoun Mayo, Democratic national
committeeman from Kentucky, a#
rived at the Mayo home here. Qo*
ernor McOeary and state officials afc
tended the funeral. It was officially
ezuuxuDced that Mayo'a fortune, esti*
mated st more than 120,000,000. Is to
be placed tn the hands of a trustee of
board of trustees.
fl^OOO Eggs Dumped Upon Man.
Chicago.—Morris Biboom became
huoi&u omelet when his horses, at« if^
taohbd to a wagon loaded with 9,000
ben eggs ran away and dumped thq
foOcf load upon him.
Goffmmakors Postpone Strike.
New York.—Because the death ratq
Is
low
County Auditor.
(June 10-13)
An attachment has been patented
for kitchen sink faucets to permit wa
ter to be drawn cither in a solid
stream or- la APr&y w desire^
aud the demand for coflnt
small, 600 union casket makers poet
poned their strike for higher wageq
oatil the death rate lucre
Not 8elf But 8ervice.
Congregatlonalist: It will be well
for ua to And out just how far we are
willing to go In self-surrender to.
the cause of the kingdom, and what
ever we And separating us from com
plete surrender is sure to impede our
progress in the path of duty. Many
disciples of the Master have formed
tiie habit of regarding their purses
and all material possessions as com
mitted to their stewardship and are
influenced in the use of money by the
thought that they must give full ac
count of stewardship and that not self
but service should be the chief con
sideration.
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