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WANTED—Chore man. Call 36-11-2?""
^HAVE Knight Printing1 Co. Print It.,-
WANTED—First-class bushelman at
Once. Dakota Valet. (164-tf)
WANTED—First class barber, 515 a
week and board. A. B. Sackett, Sut
ton, N. D. (190-216)
ANSWER to advertisements should
NOT include number given In paren
thesis in lower right hand corner.
RAlMtOAD firemen, brakemen, $120.
Experience unnecessary. Send age,
(postage. Railway, care Forum. (199)
AUTOMUB1L.K ana gas engi­
neering school will give you practical
instruction wrtte for Information
lt25 Front at.
QO TO JOHNSON'S barter shop, 508
Front street hair cut 26c, shave 10c.
bfcth 15c, on Saturday 26o first class
Work guaranteed.
BARBER WANTED—First class, mar
ried. Top wages. R. W. Pierce, man
ager, Tweeden Barber shop, Fargo.
Average $90 month. Examinations
coming. Sample questions free. Frank
lin Institute. Dept. 802-0., Rochester.
JJ, Y. (19o-aa3)
PARTNER with capital wanted in a
well established trunk and bag con
cern. Good paying business. L. T.
Kroening Co., St. Paul, Minp. (198-202)
IN ANSW'KKINt* all want ads. giving
a certain number care of The Forum,
be sure to address your answers to
tbat number, in care of Forunv, This
insure prunipt attention.
PLOWING WANTED by Murray Bros.,
Christine, N. D. (174-199)
WANTED—Position on farm by month
or year. Nationality German. George.
Gores, Georgetown, Minn. (197-20*)
GOOD PRINTER—Pressman wants sit
uation. Also good editor. Address
J. T. care News, Wimbledon, N. D., at
once. (199-i!0J)
WANTED—Engines and separators to
repair. Satisfaction
Flue work especially. J.
824 11th St. No. (191-203)
assistant pharmacist. Best of refer
ences 1107 11th St. No.. Fargo^N._D.#)
WANTED—Position to manage, oper
ate and take care of trouble
.of small telephony exchange, by
man with six year's experience. Ad
dress 215 care Forum. (1S9-.415)
I WISH a good Job with a. farmer. I
am handy man, carpenter, painter,
and understand fixing of machinery.
Anything around farm, and my partner
is good teamster. A. B. Gen. Del. Cass
elton, N. D. (197-201)
"VOUNG married man having several
years' banking experience as cashier
and assistant, real estate and insur
ance desires to connect with good
North Dakota or Montana bank. Would
consider cashiershlp of bank organiz
ing Correspondence confidential. Best
references. Address 219 care Fonim.^
Position Wanted—Male and female.
MAN AND WIFE—First class cook and
all round hotel man, competent to
manage country hotel. Address 239
Forum. (197-199)
WANTED—Agents for a fast selling
specialty. Apply room 17, Pioneer
Li (5 Bid*.
WITH A LITTLE ambition and a few
hundred dollars (Investment secured)
you can make from $200 to $300 a
month and do It easy. Exclusive, ter
ritory rights for high grade article
necessary for merchants to insure them
against loss of any nature in case of
fire or burglary. See me at Waldorf
hotel. July 1 and 8. H. W. Ferguson
V-0R SALE—One 1912 Ford car. G. A.
Westllne. Phone 2913-L. (186-tf)
FOR- SALE—National touring car in
irood condition. Address P. O. Box
5. (199-t. f.)
FOR SALE—Velie "30" auto, drove it
from Illinois, on account of roads I
cannot drive it back. Seen at 806 13th
St. north.
TIKE BARGAINS—We have in stock
several sizes and makes of tires and
tubes that must be sold we are offer
ing them at a big discount and can
•ave you money these goods ure strict
ly fresh stock get our prices. Whee
lock Auto Co.. t»u- una ooi N. f. Ave.
Fargo, N. D. (tf)
THREE E. 91. F. 30 horse 1912 cars, all
in good shape, one Cadillac 1910,
Overhauled and painted, one 1914
Paige, 36 horse, electric lighted and
started, one Studebaker 30, lt»14, all the
above are bargains. Calkins-Murphy
Motor Co., 623 2nd Ave. No. (195-tf)
FOR SALE—At a bargain. One thirty
horse automobile In tlrst class con
dition. Fully equipped. Has not been
run ttfty-tive hundred miles for less
than fifty cents on the dollar. Reason,
have two machines. Address box 555.
Phone 118-J, Fargo, N. D. (178-tf)
VHREE E. M. F. 30 horse 1U12 cars, ell
In good shape, one Cadillac 1910,
overhauled and painted, one 1914
Paige, 36 horse, electric lighted and
started, one Studebaker 30, 1914, one
1912 Buick runabout, good condition
all the abpve are bargains. Calkins
Murphy Motor Co.. 623 2nd Ave. No.
WANT ED TO MLI I—Men's worn gar
jnents. Phone Fargo. (tf)
FOR SALE—Two well-bred pacing
geldings, 3 and 4 years old broken.
Phone 2399-L. (186-tf)
FOR SALE—Fine stylish driving horse.
(Safe for any lady or child to drive.
Rubber tired top buggy, A-l grade har
ness and robe going cheap. Phone
1295. (199-201)
FOR SALE—Cottage on Lake Melissa,
going at a bargain for cash on part
time. Five rooms, large screened porch
all furnished. Barn, gasoline launch,
row boat. Owner having no more use
for It. Investigate. Phone 1295.
XJOST—Red mackinaw jacket lost out
of auto between Fargo and Detroit,
Friday, July 3. Finder kindly notify
Forum. (199-201)
Taken off, nickel plated and rp
i placed for $15.00. Work guarah
teed to outwear car itself. Fargo
Plating & Mctalizing Co.
BARBER apprentice wanted. State
length of experience and wages ex
pected. B. E. Shultz, Stanton N. D.^
FIVE LOTS for sale on 4th St. So.
Moorhead, on line of new paving, east
front, genuine baqKaln» -by-- Johnson
Steal Estate Agency, (186-tt)
Jri'iJhfi* I
If you have a vacant room, flat
house, buy a Forum Want
Ad. It will rent it for you.
Phone 1595.
HAVE Knight Printing Co. Print It
COOK—For country club, phone 1167-5.
EXPERIENCED clerk, Bon Ton 808
Front St. (199-203)
MAID WANTED for two in family. 809
8th st. So. (199-t. f.)
Gf RLS—^To learn nurstng, Moorhead
hospital. Phone 36-L.-2 or 890. (tf)
WANTED—Two waitresses at Silver
•Mine cafe. Phone 989-Lt. (187-tf)
GIRL—For general housework. Mrs.
Jacob Lowell, jr., 514 13th St. So.
WANTED—Woman cook for hotel.
Good wages. Address 287 Forum.
WANTED—Girl for general housework.
Mrs. R. T. Baird, 602 10th St. No.
Phone 2353. (199-204)
WANTED—A comQetent girl for gen
eral housework. Mrs. V. R. Lovell,
1205 4th Ave. So. (196-tf)
WANTED—Competent girl. Family of
three. Mrs. Hugo Stern, No. 16, Mon
tlcello apartments. (191-217)
A GOOD GIRL for general housework,
no washing or Ironing. Apply Mrs.
James Kennedy, 1024, N. Bdwy.
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. Small farm. Smell fam
ily. Near Mapleton, Mrs. H. ft. Pence,
Mapleton, N. D. (198-202)
WANTED—Good all-round girl for
general housework at the county
farm, J30 month. P. Range, Mgr..
Jamestown, N. D. (198-203)
WIDOWER, 2 girls 6 and 8 years of
age want an elderly lady as house
keeper on farm. Address box 34, Tolna
N- D-
WANTED—A good capable girl for
general housework. Satisfactory
wages if competent. Phone 1565-1* Mra
John S. Frame. 411 13th St. S.
TWO EXPERIENCED laundry girls
wanted, one to run body ironer and
one experienced shirt marker. State
wages wanted. American Laundry Co
Alexandria, Minn. (197-202)
EXPERIENCED stenographer desires
position 209 care Forum. (196-200)
WANTED Nursing in confinement
cases. Mra a Detlef, 407 10th St. No.
WANTED—Position by practical nurse,
to care for Invalid in or out of the
city. Address 160 care Forum. (181-tf)
W \NTED—Position, managing house
keeper for hotel or furnished flats.
Address 120 8th St. So., Fargo.
WANTED—Position as housekeeper on
farm, with child 3 years old. Only
those with good reference need reply.
234 care Forum. (198-200)
WANTED—Furnished room by a young
business man in private family.
South side preferred. Address 204 care
Forum. (186-tf)
WANTED TO RENT—Furnished cot
tage at Lake Detroit for the summer,
state terma Address P. O. box 928.
Fargo. (168-tf)
STRICTI.Y modern six room cottage.
A. L. Farr. 402 8th St. No. (193-tf)
FOR RENT—Completely furnished sev
en room cottage on Lake Detroit for
season. Address Mrs. M. A. Douglas,
route No. 1, Detroit, Minn. (181-tf)
LIMIIKR—Direct to the consumer at
wholesale prices. L. James, 225 N.
Snelling Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
4 PRIVATE maternity home: beet
of care. Mra H. Rice. 121 12th
$ St. south.
nurses and best of care highest tes
timonials from doctors and patients.
Mrs. Jennie Camp. 901 10th st. S.. Far
acre grain-tractor stock farm.
350 acres plowed, pasture, runn
lng water. Buildings. Market 3
miles. 525 per acre, 1-2 cash, 4
balance long time. Box 111,
Shields. N. D. (181-207)
Full HALE—Modern six-room cottage.
south side, screened porch, nice lawjj
and shade trees and small fruit trees,
large barn, on car line, one block to
Hawthorne school, easy terms. 8. care
Forum. (t. f.)
FOR RENT—Part of basement, gooU
shop room. Fargo Plating & Mctal
izing Co. (tf)
CAME to my premises two miles south
and one and ono half miles west of
Horace, N. D., one two year old heifer,
color dark red with white spot in fore
head. No horns. K. Knutson.
builder and repair work
do out of town contracts and re
modeling* Phone 3139-W. Plans
and estimates furnished on appli
cation. M. I. /Erickson. (196 tN f.)
Read the Rate Card Carefully Belove Mailing in Your Order Which
Must be Accompanied by the Cash
10 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CT8. TIMES 30 CT8. ..sr.„..6 TIME8 46 CTS. MONTH $1.00
18 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CT8. ..—...^3 TIT.3E8 35 CT«. ........6 TIMES 53 CT8. r.«.1 MONTH $1.60
20 WORD8 1 TIME 20 CTS. ^1.8 TIMES 49 CT8. TIMES 70 CTS«*1 MONTH $2.00
26 WORDS 1 TIME 2fi CT8. ,.yw..v^.3 TIME8 60 CT8. ...,..-6 TIMES 88 CT8.J,«...»^..1 MONTH $2.50
80 WORD8 1 TIME 30 CT8. TIMES 60 CT8. .4« TIMES $1.05 ...*..-..*,.1 MONTH $2.60
The above rate* «re figured at the rate of 1 cent per word for the first insertion and Vi cant per word for
iach 'consecutive insertion. Ne ad taken for less than 20 cents for first insertion. Do net be disappointed
your ad i* not inserted, if you fail to send money with letter. All orders reaching the effioe after 12i30
p. m. will be inserted the following day.
Furnished Koum»—Hoathftlrte.
NICELY furnished rooms 416 8th St.
So. (187-tf)
LIGHT housekeeping rooms 1348
Front St. (196-222)
ern house 406 8th St. So. (l£4-tf)
FURNISHED ROOMS by day or week.
Birchall flats. Phone 1243. (180-206)
NI6ELY furnished room, all modern
house 1109 6th Ave. So. Phone 105.
TWO ROOMS—Furnished and modern
for rent, 1123 5th Ave. So. Phone
1946-W. (198-199)
ern. Mrs. P. Pastoret, 920 1st Ave.
So. Phone 1951-J. (178-tf)
FOR RENT—Two furnished front
rooms, modern house, 6 blocks from
P. O. Write 241 care Forum. (198-tf)
FURNISHED rooms for rent in modern
house on carllne 2 ladles only. Call
before 2 o'clock or after 5, 509 9th St.
So. Phone 1115. (172-tf)
Furnished Huoum, .\orth Side,
FURNISHED rooms in modern flat,
417 1-2 N. P. Ave. (172-199)
FURNISHED rooms for rent, Hogan's
hotel, 65 4th St. No. Phone 2398-L.
FURNISHED rooms In new, modern
house, close in. Phone 2986-li
FOR RENT—Nice light modern furn
ished room close In. Phone 2622.
MODERN furnished rooms for light
housekeeping 1403 3rd Ave. N. Phone
COMPLETELY furnished housekeeping
rooms. Armstrong's, 524 Broadwav
Phone 2671-L. (181-207
FURNISHED room with or without
board in strictly modern house 7?v
North Bdw. (191-217)
FURNISHED and unfurnished room*
for housekeeping. Brauer's flaVa
Phone 1012-J. (160-239-tf)
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in strict
ly modern house. 410 Roberts at*
Phone 2174-J. (185-200)
FOR RENT—Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping n
at 1022 1st Ave. N. (197-199)
MODERN, newry furnished, large oui^f
rooms for rent by day or week BIO
1st ave No„ Fargo. (155-t
THREE nicely furnished rooms for
light housekeeping in new modern
house 1213 4th Ave. No. (193-tf)
BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms in
strictiy modern hous* gentlemen
preferred. Phone 1470. (169-tf)
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room In
strictly modern residence, close in
gentleman preferred. Phone 1758-J
(173 f.)
FURNISHED ROOMS! also light house
keeping rooms for rent at 114 1-2
Broadway, under new management
Phone 1872. (tf)
B-BOOM, all modern house for rent.
Phone 1889-L. (195-tf)
FOR RENT—The downstairs of a mod
ern house consisting of 5 rooms with
private bath, and hot water heat. Fur
nished complete for housekeeping.
Rent 531 per month in summer and $40
per month in winter with heat and
water furnished. Fred J. Krogh, 720
Front St. (178-tf)
FOR SALE—Seven room modern house,
new. Hardwood finish 1014 4th St.
No. (19S-224)
FOR SALE, house in good locution on
South Side, by owner. Call 1019-J
for particulars, (164-217)
STRICTLY modern house, seven rooms
and bath hot water heat, four blocks
from A. C. Buy direct from owner at
reasonable price and terms. Address
lock box 833 Fargo. (185-tf)
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. K. Flynn. care Forum. (t. f.)
six room house built for home by
owner, corner lot on car line. Has full
basement, lights, gas, bath, fine lawn,
line location. Would accept second
selling leaving city, July 8. This ad
selling leaving city, July 8. This add
runs two days only. Phone 1063-W.
LIMITED acreage, California fruit
lands, suburbs Sacremento, 75,000
people, to exchange for improved farms
or Income property. Snesrud, 1036
McKnlght Blflg., Minneapolis. (190-216)
Fnrmit on Crop I'qyment I*Inn. Ovra
Your Own Home. Don't be a Renter.
Lands are in Pembina and Cavalier
counties, rich, black, fertile, loam soil,
with buildings, no gumjjo, no alkali.
Terms to suit purchaser, small first
payments, half crop or annual cash
payments. Purchasers must own stock,
machinery and seed grain. For com
plete details of this rare opportunity,
call on or write Red River Valley Land
Co., 610 First Ave. No.. Farero. N. D.
A FARGO drug business, for land or
city property 240 care Forum.
WILL TRADE quarter section In
Adams county, N. D„ 1-2 mile from
town, clear of debt, good land, well
watered, no buildings, for auto, road
ster type, 1912 or later, Cadillac pre
ferred. Geo. P. Collins, Carrlngton, N.
P. (196-199)
EXPERIENCED dressmaker wants
sewing, by the day. Phone 1731-J.
fit) Y Olt Til"ADE.
WILL BUY OR TRADE for your sec
,ond handharn est%. W« & ttiewart
tuu"n«i shoo. Fantflf-
The Fargo Forum prints more
classified ads than any other
paper in the State of North
BOARD AND ROOM—M.&u per weak
623 4th St. No.
room 4.50 per w«ek. 722 north
Broadway. Phone 136-1* (tf)
IIABIES TO HOARD—Phone 2575. tf)
SADDLE horse for sale cheap. Phone
41-L. (197-200)
FOR SALE—Second hand desk. Walker
Bros. & Hardy. (175-tf)
FOR SALE—Second hand safe. Walker
Bros, and Hardy. (175-tf)
FOK SALE—Ni'^e. Clean, old papers
packages of 50 for 10 cents 150 tor
25 cents. Forum office.
ONE 36x58 J. I. Case separator, all
complete. Nearly new. For sale
cheap. Inquire of John Green, George
town, Minn. (191-203)
IN ANSWEK1NO alt want ads, giving
a certain number care of The Forum,
be sure to address your answers to
that number, care of Forum. ThU
insures prompt attention.
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 ana
Italic two letter matrices. Address
Fargo Forum. (147-tf)
FOR SALE—A complete butcher outfit
at a big sacrifice 8x10 meat cooler,
derrick, ulock, counter, scale, meat
rack etc. Having gone out of businesd
this outfit must be sold. Grandin Co
operative Co. Address J. A. Elliott,
Secy. (153-tf)
FOR SALE—At a bargain price,
one two horse dray, double
set bf harness, 1 delivery sled, 4
almost good as new. Can be seen 4
i at McCormick's barn. Pnone
129S-U (190-tf)
FOR SALE—13y Evan S. Tylor, receiv
er. The following items will be sold
at office of Wheelock & WheelocK on
July 1, at bargain prices: 1 drafting
table with drawers 3 office tables z
ottice desks 1 typewriter desk 1 book
keepers stool otflce chairs kitchen
range heater Columbia base-burner
compartment tool chest small Lools
Useeit water-cooler. All In good con
V1SORS—1 have for sale one iSi.e
grader, complete with belts, disc, plo*
exvension tor elevator, and pusn-truck.
It is in tirst-class order. Has only been
used parts of two seasons, and cost
(1,100. Will make right price. Evan
S. Tyler. .Receiver for Wheelock A.
FOR SALE—Mahogany parlor suite,
dining room table, rugs and chiffon
ier. Phone 2293. (179-204)
ONE RADIANT Home heater No. 7.
Singer sewing machine, 50 foot hose,
one gas range and other honsohold
goods 737 2nd at. Xo. (llo-lU9)
SECOND HAND furniture, every
kind,, practically same as new,
half price and less. Get our prices 4
4 before buying. National Furni- 4
Co., Moorhead. Phone 854-L.
FOR RENT—Five room furnished flat.
Phone 838-L, (200-205)
FOR RENT—Flat, all modern, upstairs
over 316 Front St. Inquire M. Hart
stein. (195-200)
FOR RENT—Five room strictly mod
ern flat on 8th St. So. J. B. Folsom
Co. Phone 85-LL (184-tf)
BARBER SHOP for sale In good county
seat town. Cheap if taken at once.
Address 229 Forum. (193-203)
FOR SALE—First class pool hall in
Moorhead. Reason for selling, going
out west. Address 211 Forum.
FOR SALE—A good cigar and
confectionery ytore located on
one of the best business streets of
Fargo care Forum. ll9t-201)
TO TRADE for North Dakota land, two
thousand dollar interest in manufac
turing business, drawing salary of
twelve hundred dollars yearly. Give
particulars and description. Address
233 Forum. (195-205)
MY CIGAR store and billiard room fix
tures complete, including new cash
register, best show cases, finest pool
and billiard tables that can be bought.
For sale at less than half price. Clar
ence W. McGregor, Fargo, N. D.
ESTABLISHED millinery shops at (300
to $600 and up listed with us for sale
In Jamestown. Dickinson, Rolla, North
wood, Balfour and Aneta, N, D. Con
rad, Billings and Three Forks, Mont.
Huron, Groton. Rapid City and inland,
S. D. Plain view, Spring Valley, Ad
rian, Montevideo, Cass Lake, Ada,
Kvansville, Carlton, Raymond, Milan
and Fountain, Minn. Everett and
Aberdeen, Wash. Eugene, Ore. also
some splendid millinery dapartments
and openings for new millinery shops
paying good profits on investments of
JoOO to $600. Write for particulars.
Strcnge & Warner Co., leading whole
sale millinery, St. Paul. (193)
FOR SALE—Full bred White OrphinK
ton eggs. 13.00 for 15 or 16.00 for 20
C. D. Blakeslee, 324, 9th Ave. So. cKy
Plymouth Rocks. Jl, $2.60 and $4 per
hetting of 16 eggs. Prize winners for
8 years in succession at Fargo. From
the 1914 show 1 have In my breeding
pens 1st, 2nd and 3rd pullets ^nd, 3rd
and 4th hens and 2nd COCK. No more
Btock for sale. Island Park Poultry
Yards, Coleman Baker, I'rop., R. K. No.
3. Fargo. Phone 1167-7. (tf)
WANTED—Snaps In Canada land. Cash
deals. Write Wolbrink, Fargo, N.
D. (187-213)
160 ACRES wild land. 3 miles from Al
kabo, N. D. Box 852 Fargo, N. D-
160 ACRES wild land 5 miles south of
Ilobinson, N. D., also 160, Perkins
Co., S. D., 7 miles from Petrll, N. D.
Andrew Burke, 311 4th St. No., Fargo.
LAND FOR SALE—12,500 cash takes lot
4, section 19, and lots 12 and 8, sec
tion 30, range 80, township 149 there
Is enough cordwood and timber on the
land to pay for It It Is located two
miles south of Blackduck, Minn. Ad
dress J. C. Thompson, Blackduck, Minn.
BARGAIN IN LANDS—Improved farrrs
at $20 to 36 per acre, where land
sells from ?50 to ?60 per acre unim
proved lands at |8 to 912 per acre well
worth $15. If interested, write what
you want Box 842, Terry, Mont.
FOR SALE—A fine quarter of land, no
better anywhere, for flax, corn, pota
toes, alfalfa and small grains land lies
fine, and Is only one mile from railroad
station. For particulars call on Dr. N.
P. Nelson, Room 14, No. 1 Broadway.
(191 t. f.)
DARLINGTON brothers have 15,000
sheep fattening for the Chicago mar
ket on their farm in upper Wisconsin.
These will be ready for shipment in a
few weeks, when another 15,000 will be
added. Let us tell you about stock
raising in the cheap land districts of
upper Wisconsin. Wisconsin Advance
ment Assn., 1554 First Nat. bank Bldg.,
Milwaukee, Wis. (199-200)
LAND—Sacrifice sale for cash oitly.
Quarter section 54 miles from Win
nipeg "city of 300,000 people." House,
barn and well on farm. $1,000 takes
It all. Another quarter, fine open prai
rie 27 miles from Winnipeg, $3,300
cash. Don't write me unless you have
the money. Absolutely no terms. A.
J. Wolbrink, Fargo, N. D. (187-213)
Sale ot Land.
Notice Is Hereby Given, That under
authority of an Order of Sale granted
by the Hon. A. G. Hanson, Judge of the
County Court of the County of Cass,
in the State of North Dakota, dated the
26th day of May A. D. 1914, the under
signed, the guardian of Marion Court
ney Bender and Alice McConnell Bend
er minor children of John M. Bender
late of the township of Harwood In
the County of CaSs and State of North
Dakota, Deceased, will sell at prlvato
sale to the highest bidder, for cash,
subject to confirmation by the Judee
of said County Court, the following
describtti land. to-wit: the certain
triangular tract or piece of land ad
jacent to and along side of the town
site or village of Harwood within the
county of Cass and state of North
Dakota, contained within the following
described metes, bonds and boundary
lines, to-wit: Beginning at the north
west corner of the tract or piece of
land 100 feet wide from east to west
and 120 feet deep from south to north,
which was sold by James S. Campbell
to the Congregational Church of Har
wood, North Dakota, May 11th 1886.
and now owned and occupied by said
Church and upon which its church
building stands, from thence running
east along a line parallel to and 120
feet north from the south boundary
line of section numbered 33 In town
ship numbered 141 north, of range
numbered 49 west of the 5th principal
meridan to the west boundary line of
the said townslte or village of Har
wood aforesaid, from thence running
northwesterly along the west boundary
line of the said townslte or village of
Harwood to a point on said west
boundary line last mentioned a dis
tance of 655 feet north of the point of
beginning, from thence running south
655 feet to the place of beginning said
tract being a part of the south east
quarter of the said section numbered
thirty three aforesaid.
The sale will be made on or after the
14th day of July A. D. 1914.
All bids must be in writing, and may
be left at the office of Augustus Rob
erts, my attorney 60 Broadway, Fargo,
North Dakota, or filed with the Judge'
of said County Court, or delivered to
the undersigned personally.
Dated June 6th, A. D. 1914.
(June 22-29. July 6-13.)
Notice To Creditors.
Estate of Anna Bondly, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the admin
istrator of the estate of Anna Bondly
late of the township of Harwood in the
county of Cass and state of North Da
kota, deceased, to the creditors of, and
all persons having claims against, said
deceased to present them with the
necessary vouchers within four months
after the first publication of this no
tice, to the said administrator at the
otfice of Augustus Roberts my attor
ney, 60 Broadway in the city of Fargo,
said county and state aforesaid.
Dated June 20th A. D. 1914.
First publication on the 22nd day
of June A. D. 1914.
(June 22-29. July 6-13)
No. 6,600, Girl's Kimono Apron.
This apron may readily be turned into
dress by placing the closing.at the side of
the front and adding a belt. As a• apron
it may have a seam along the shoulder
and down the arm or not, as preferred, and
either round or square neck. Long oi
•hort sleeves are also provided. Gingham,
calico, percale or crossbar muslin will
make pretty aprons.
The apron pattern, No. 6,600, is cut in
sizes 2, 4, 6, S, 10, 12 and 14 years. Me
dium size rfeq«far«s 2% yards of 36 iacl
The pattern can fee obtained-by seodiw
10 cents to the .office of this paper.
The Forum Printing Co,
F&rgo, N. D.
Kri closed find 10o, for which
please have sent to tne following
address, tbe pattern described
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Possibility That English Writer Has
Drawn Upon His Imagination In
the Following.
It Is an age of societies and unions,
*11 of which are supposed to exist for
the betterment of those who join but
It comes as a shock to learn that the
tramping fraternity have organized a
union. We gather this from a card
which was found by the police in the
pocket of a workBhy wayfarer, and
which purported to give the rules of
"The Ancient and Qrand Order of
the UnwaBhed Sons of ReBt and
General Layabouts," the president
being Lord Neverwork, the secretary
Tired Tim, and the vice-preeident
Dusty Rhodea. The rules include:
That this society be called "The
'Ancient and Grand Order of the Un
washed Sons of Rest anl General
Layabouts." The password will be
Any brother talking about work
will be fined 9d., or in default com
pelled to pawn his shirt (if any).
Any brother who wilfully contract*
any illness through watching other
people work will not receive any
benefits from this society, and should
he have the misfortune to get a job his
hours will be (in accordance with this
society's rules): Start work at 12,
one hour for dinner and knock off at
All brothers have the right of sleep
ing on haystacks, doorsteps, park
seate, etc., but they are strictly for
bidden to sleep on church spires or
telegraph wires
Anyone is eligible to join this society
who has been out of work since birth
and has not had a wash since.
Any brother making use of buttons
or any other modern invention for
fastening his coat or holding up hiB
Unmentionables in preference to
string, rope or hairpins will be com
pelled to wear a kilt for the term ot
his natural life.—London Tit-Bits.
As to Amazons.
Not a few fancy horseback riding
for women is comparatively new. To
be sure our great-grandmothers rode
on pillions, but they were of a day
when it was ttflvfaBhlon to be delicate.
Later the sex took up riding, Bidewise
of course, but now many ride across
Just as did the Amazons of old.
Though having the Amazon river for
namesake, these doughty dames are
supposed to have come from the coun
try about the Caucasus, their chief
seats being along a river which emp
ties into the Black sea. They invaded
at various times Thrace, ABia Minor,
lBlandHcof the Aegean, Greece, Syria,
Arabia, Egypt and Libya.
The ninth labor of Hercules was to
take from them the girdle of the queen
of the Amazons. It was a very un
pleasant affair, as you no doubt re
member. Instead of showing light,
Hippolyta was sensible to his manly
charms and gave hina her girdle with
out a struggle and even went boating
with him.
Juno took alarm, warned the Ana
ions that their queen was being car
ried off, and they descended upon the
ship. Thinking Hippolyta had been
treacherous, Hercules slew her and
sailed away with the girdle.
So much for the Amazons.
Sealed bids will be received up Lu
noon of Tuesday, July 7tn at the office
of Hancock Bros, for making certain
changes to the C. S. Hook Building lo
cated on Second Avenue In tne City of
Fargo, according to plans and speci
flcationa made for that purpose.
I'lanB and specifications may be seen
at the Builder' Exchange and at the
office of tne Architects up to the hour
for receiving the bids. Each bid to be
accompanied with a certified check for
|260 made payable to C. S. Hook.
The right to reject any or all bids is
C. S. HOOK. Owner.
HANCOCK BROS., Architects.
Sealed bids will be received- for the
building of a 30,000 bushel elevator at
Bucyrus, N. D. Accompanying each
bid must be a certified check of 5 per
cent of the bid, to be returned when
party awarded the contract has giv
en suitable bond for the faithful per
formance of his contract. All other
checks will be returned. Bids will be
opened at Bucyrus at 2 p. m., July 15.
Plans and specifications are on file
at Bucyrus State bank. The directors
reserve the right to reject any and all
bids. Address Bucyrus Farmers'
Equity exchange, N. P. Nelson, secre
(July 6 to 11 inc.)
New Citation.
State of North Dakota, County of
Cass. In County Court, Before Hon.
A G. Hanson, Judge.
In the Matter of the Estate of Paul
ina Cory, Deceased.
Henry Hagemeister, Administrator,
Petitioner, vs. Joseph Cory, Frederick
Cory and Bessie E. Cory, Respondents.
New Citation.
The State of North Dakota to the
above named Respondents and espec
ially to Joseph Cory of said Respond
You are hereby notified that the
hearing of the final report and account
heretofore filed In this court, of the
administration of the estate of Paulina
Cory late of Moorhead In the county
of Clay and state of Minnesota, deceas
ed, has been postponed to the 28th day
of July A. D. 1914 at 10 A. M. at the
court rooms of this Court In the court
house in the city of Fargo, county of
Cass and state of North Dakota.
And you are hereby cited and re
quired then and there to be and appear
before this Court and show cause, If
any there be, why said final report and
Account shall not be allowed and the
said administrator discharged.
Dated June 27th A. D. 1914.
By the Court,
(Seal) A. Q. HANSON.
Judge of the County Court.
Attorney for Admr.,
Farg-o, N. Dak.
(June 29. July 6-13-20, 1914.)
Notice To Creditors.
Estate of Berney Wolf, also known
as Bernard Wolf, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed the administrator with the will
annexed of the estate of Berney Wolf
also known as Bernard Wolf late o?
the village of Leonard In the county of
Cass and state of North Dakota, de
ceased, to the creditors of, and all per
sons having claims against said de
ceased, to present them with the ne
cessary vouchers within four months
after the first publication of this no
tice, to me at my residence in the said
village of Leonard, county of Cass and
state of North Dakota.
Attorney for Administrator,
Fargo, North Dakota.
First publication June 29th. A. IX
(June 29. July 6-13-20, 1914.)
An Instrument hag been invented
for quickly measuring the earthwork
in railroad cuts and fills without lab
orious calculations.
Continued From Page Two.
Hw Cbureii, flip
will bo l.»th Kilut tihrt
/»-,•!«» "M,,. •'t-rtr thi^'
Order of Melchlzedek. Our Lord IC
not yet upon Ills Throne, but reinakut
waiting at the right hand of the Majes
ty ou High, until tlie antitype' Tern-*,
pie is completed. The Father's right
i hand Siguiliefl the place of chief favor,
next to the Futher Himself. A» it UC
written, "Sit ut My right hand, until I
make Thine enemies Thy footstool."
During this period of waiting, thft.
'living stones" of the Temple have
been prepared those who will consti
tute the lloynl Priests have been in
training fur the duties of their olIice.,_
As yet there is no lioyal Priesthood
for only those who shall be declared
worthy to sit with our Lord in His
Throne will constitute with Him that*
Priesthood. Again, it is written/'
"Blessed and holy is he that hath part
in the First Resurrection on such the
Second Deutb hath no power, but they
shall be priests of God, and shall reigu
with Christ a thousand years
The Pastor then declared that these
future Priests are also Knights of tin
Temple. While at present they do not
wear white plunueh, yet by and by they
shall wear, not only white plumes, but
white raiment. Our Lord has said,
"They shall walk with Me in white
for they are worthy."
Other Pictures of the Temple.
Various New Testament references
to the Church of Christ as a Temple
were then explained. One of these
was St. Paul's question addressed to
the Corinthian Church: "What? Know
ye not that your body is the temple
of the Holy Suirit which is in you?"
It was shown that this question does
not apply to the world for by nature
the world knows not God. They are
still under condemnation—"children of
wratJi"—according to Scripture. God'
i has not yet begun to deal with them,
i nor to give them the bleMings which
He has purposed for them. During
this Gospel Age He is dispensing bless
ings only to the Charch class, to tho«e
who have received of the Holy Spirit.
I Pastor Ruseell then pointed out that
I beyond the veil the Church class will
receive the Holy Spirit without meaa*
I ure, when all the "living stones" con
stitutlng the Temple of God will havi
been formed. But on this side of the
reil, those who give up their will to
the Lord and who are accepted and
begotten of the Holy Spirit as New
I Creatures in Chriet, receive that Spirit
In measure and so the bodies of these,
may be said to be tbe temples of ths
Holy Spirit Wherever God's Spirit ia,
there is a temple, as St Paul's que*
tion sets forth. Again, the ApoHtle de
clares that we have this treasure la
earthen vessels, that the glory may bt
of God. God's Holy Spirit constitutes
its recipient a Temple of God.
Elsewhere the Apostle calls the bod
ies of those begotten of the Holy
Spirit tabernacles. The difference be*
tween a tabernacle and a temple i*
that the former is a temporary struc
ture, while the latter is permanent
So St Paul calls the present condition'
of the Church, In which the Holy
Spirit dwells merely in our hearts, a
tabernacle condition. It is not to last
forever it is only for the present trial
time. If we are rightly exercised by
this power of God within us, then wt
shall be made ready for the Temple
condition. These are blended pictures
of the Apostle's thought which is this:
If the Holy Spirit dwells in us. w*
should regard our bodies very sacredly.
In that same connection the Apostle
joes on to say, "What communion hath
light with darkness?" and again, "Wbal..
harmony is there between the Temple
ef God and the temple of idols7*—bo
tweeu the purity that belongs to the
Temple of God and the impurities that
belong to the world, tbe Uetih and the
Devil? Those who have been madfl
the recipients of tbe Holy Spirit of God
should be clean and pure, as befitting,
a temple of God. They should see to
it that this sanctifying power of Go#..
extends to all their faculties and oj^
erates through them—in their mlnda,'r
their tongues, their hands, their fmt
their words, thoughts and doinga.
"He Shall Present Yeu Faultlessf
The Pastor concluded his addreas
with an exhortation to those who r^"'
alize themselves to be living, stones in
process of preparation for a place hi
the antitypical Temple of God. Hav'
arged these to appreciate the privilege
of present discipline. Much chiseling
md polishing are necessary to prepai^
these stones for their future position.**
Therefore each should thankfully wel*
Dome whatever experience of this kini£.
tbe Master Workman Khull see lit tO~'-,
permit him to have. The present di# ".,
eipline of the Church is for the purpoifc*
of developing the character necessary
to the great service for which God jg^
building His Temple.
While each faithful follower of ti£_
Lord looks forward longingly ts th#~
gkxles ef the future, when the glorj£
tf the Lord shall fill the Temple, y^t
each should remember that unless he-
Is submissive to the chisellngs and poi
Ishlngs of the present he will be set
aside as a living stone, and his place
given to another. The cultivation 4%.'*
pride along any Hue, the development v.
tf an unsanctified ambition, are'"
amongst the greatest dangers to the*|~
living stoneB, now in preparation. Suchr:
flaws developed would render any uijKp
Bt foe a position in the Temple.
The Scriptures declare that the
Master Workman will present each
His faithful ones blameless and Irre^j
provable before the Father with elr"
ceedfcog joy. After having received
the Redeemer's "Well done," tBft
Church will then receive the Father*#
approval and be honored in the preaP^
ence of all the holy angels. Surejj^
Oils experience will fill the Chtnxfttr
with glory. Then wiH follow the blesf..
ed privilege of taking hold upon thi*V
worid's attairs, rescuing mankind froa*
bondage to Sin and Death, and hiesii-'
log ail mankind w4th the knowledge dig
the glory of God, whom-to know artghMw
Is life everlasting.
The Million Dollar Mystery at tbM*!
Isevery .Monday and Tueaday^g,,
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