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All Hart Schaffner & Marx spring suits,
blues and blacks excepted, $18, $20, $22 and
$25 values, now—
WAHIED10 RUT!
For one year or longer, modern
bouse, preferably furnis jed or partly
furnished, not lees than eight rooms,
must be well located in desirable resi
dence section, southside preferred.
May lease with view of purchase
and In that case will pay rent suffi
cient to warrant the option.
Phone 116-L or address Forum 300.
i Phone 325
I- or Dray or Express Wag
on quick. responsible
service.
FARGO BAGGAGE
TRANSFER CO.
J. P. Coleman, Prop,
122 Broadway
Neat 6 room cottage In choice
south side location—basement,
furnace, bath, lights, gas neat
barn fine lot- rrn portable
terms.
Price
$3150
Good 7 room ful* modern cot
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on paving. Price ut V V v
Six room cottage, all modern
conveniences good lot: very
reasonable
terms. Only t£p O aj
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Hart Schaffner & Marx Suit
13IGHT now you'll win more" than
IV ever—we've reduced prices $5 to
$10. These goods are in the late spring
and summer fashions of the new fab
rics, many imported cloths in the lot.
Room is what we're after added values
is what you want. Here's a chance
where we both can do a good turn for
each other.
Terms of this sale strictly cash
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J. F. HOLMES & CO.
100-102 BROADWAY
FALL CLA8SE3
Will be organized at Dakota Business
college next week. New pupils are
enrolling even now—two new arrivals
this morning. The worst error young
people can make is to wait till late to
enroll. Beginning early means finish
ing in advance of others—it means
better positions—publicity.
Do not forget to see the new fall
suits, also the new wash dresses,
which are on special display at
Slack's this week.—Advt.
aaih-IY TO
On first mortgages on improved
Fargo property and farms in
Cass and adioining counties.
J. B. FOLSOM CO.
618 Front St. Fargo, N. D.
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"A Diamond Store (or a Genera
tion."
Platinum and Onyx Jcweliy
We make a specialty of Plati
num Jewelry and show a large
collection or Rings, Pendants,
Circle Pins, Bar Pins, Scarf Pins,
Cuff Buttons, mounted with dia
monds and real black onyx. De
signed and mounted by skilled
lapidaries In mir own shops—
under our supervision.
HAGEN NtWTON CO.
Jewelers and Ojptlclans.
Pargo, N. D. Est. 1878
(Diamond Jewelry of Distinctive
Character.)
Hosise for Sale
A bat'taoiu if taken at ouce, 6
room and brick foundation,
screen porch, paper and decorat
ed inside and painted this sum
mer. $1,800—$600 cash and
balance $20 a motnh.
JOHN BRUSTAD,
Norrona Cafe.
Wanted to buy men's worn gar
ents. Phone 2363-J.—Advt.
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FAST GROWING STORK."
Only 15 Refrigerators Left
A little over a week ago we advertised 30 refrigerators at clearance prices. The resu||
is we have only 15 left. This means if you want a high grade refrigerator at a radical redu^
tion you must act quick—at the rate they are going one more week and they will be gone.
This is your last opportunity, so don't fail to be on hand early, as the assortment include*
some of our best numbers.
BERGSTROM & CROWE
U N I U E O A N Y
208-111 Broadway Fargo. North Dakota
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$7.50 ice chest, sale price
$12.50 Model refrigerator, sale price .......
$16.50 Model refrigerator, sale price
$21.50 Herrick refrigerators, sale price
$30.00 Herrick refrigerator, sale price
$34.50 Herrick refrigerator, sale price v ......
$37.00 Herrick refrigerator, sale price ...»"•»•
.00 Herrick refrigerator, sale price
SPECIAL EASY PAYMENT PLAN
All refrigerators from $6.25 to $15.00,
$2.00 down and $1.00 per weeki
AJ1 refrigerators from $15.00 to $30.00,
s $3.00 down, $1.50 per week.
All refrigerators from $30.00 to $69*50,
$5.00 down, $2.00 per week. i
All our other makes of clothing, former
prices $12, $15 and $18, now—
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FIRST MAYOR OF
D1LW0RTH DEAD
R08S HAUGSTED PASSE3 AWAY
AT A LOCAL HOSPITAL AT AN
EARLY HOUR TODAY—HE HAD
BEEN ILL OF COMPLICATION OF
DI8EASE8 FOR LONG TIME.
Fargo, Moorhead and Dilworth
friends of Ross Haugsted will regret
to learn the sad news of his death,
which occurred In a local hospital at
12:20 a. m. today. Mr. Haugsted had
been ill from a complication of diseas
es for some time, and death was hard
ly unexpected.
Mr. Haugsted was the first mayor
of Dilworth, serving two terms in that
capacity and retiring at the last elec
tion because of 111 health. He was
proprietor of the Dilworth dairy, and
was well known In the two Minnesota
towns as well as in Fargo. Funeral
arrangements have not been complet
ed.
The Price She Pays.
There is hardly an American woman
nowadays who can keep pace with the
demands made upon her time and en
ergy without paying the penalty of ill
health. It may be that dreadful back
acre, dragging pains, headaches,
nervousness or the tortures of a dis
placement. It is the price she pays.
To women in this condition Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound comes
as a boon and a blessing. A simple
remedy made from roots and herbs
which brings glorious health to suffer
ing women.—Advt.
W. C. T. D. WILL MEET
Scandinavian W. C. T. U. Will Itold
Meeting Tomorrow Afternoon at
Home of Mrs. Martinson.
The Scandinavian Women's Chris
nan Temperance union of Fargo will
Id its regular meeting tomorrow
ic ernoon, Tuesday, July 28, at the
i sidence of Mrs. P. Martinson, 735
iird street north.
There wijl be a good program and
every member is cordially invited to
attend.
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$30.50
$32.50
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REFRIGERATORS'
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THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, MONDAY EVENING, JULY, 27, 1914*'
New
v
Estimates are now being made for
the construction of the new Fargo
retail service branch of the Ford
Motor Co., that is to be erected in
this city this fall.
C. A. Peterson of Minneapolis, esti
mating engineer of Splady, Albee &
Smith, contractors of that city, was
in Fargo today conferring with Mana
ger Enders of the Fargo branch of the
Ford regarding the estimate of cost
and the geenral plans of the new
structure.
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Fargo
Splady, Albee & Smith are the con
tractors who erected the Minneapolis
branch of the Ford Motor Co., and In
all probability, it is presumed that they
will land the general contract for thej
construction of the Fargo branch.
It is expected that, should this firm i
be awarded the contract, they will let
sub-contracts to local firms who will
have a chance at much of the work
in all probability. I
AUTOISTS WILL
COME MORROW
OFFICIAL PARTY OF NATIONAL
HIGHWAY AND MERIDIAN ROAD
ASSOCIATIONS WILL ARRIVE IN
CITY TOMORROW EVENING AT 6
O'CLOCK
The official party of the National
Highway association and the Meridian
Road association, which is to visit
Fargo this week, will arrive in the
city tomorrow evening via Wahpeton
from South Dakota.
The Fargo Commercial club was offi
cially notified of the expected arrival
of the city's guests and will be in
readiness to receive them. The party
will be here at 6 o'clock at which hour
dinner will be provided by the mem
bers of the board of control of the
Fargo Automobile association, in the
commercial club dining rooms.
The official party consists of nine
people in all, including Colonel West
gard, vice president of the National
Highways association, and D. E. Colp,
vice preseident of the Meridian Road
association. They travel in four auto
mobiles.
From Yankton, S. D„ to the North
Dakota state line, the party is bein,?
accompanied by Charles McAffree,
commissioner of immigration of South
Dakota, who is acting as the special
representative of Governor Byrne
through the sister state to the south
in escorting the party throughout its
course in South Dakota.
Pilots are appointed from the board
of control of the Fargo Automobile
association to meet the Westgard
Colp party at the state line and receive
Colonel Westgard and Vice President
Colp officially from Commissioner of
Immigration McAffree of South Da
kota, and escort the party back to
Fargo this evening.
A request has been made to have
the Fargo men ready at the state line
so that they may be included in the
motion pictures that are being taken
for the weekly reviews at the movies.
Colonel Westgard, Vice President
Colp and party will remain in Fargo
for the night and leave sometime to
morrow noon on the last lap of their
big trip from San Antonio to Winni
peg. They will visit Grand Forks en
route, spending an hour in North Da
kota's second city up the state.
COUNTY SCHOOLS
PROVE WINNERS
Sixty-one premiums were won by
Cass county schools at the state fair
this year, and the exhibits generally
were conceded to be the best ever
shown in the state.
In class No. 84, open to all classes,
both city and country schools, Cass
county* won four firsts, six seconds
"nd nine thirds, totaling $27. In class
86, open to rural schools only,
i ass county won fourteen firsts and
thirteen seconds, totaling $34.
The complete list of school and indi
vidual premium winners is being com
led. and will be announced by the
uunty school officials within*. & '^w
days,
UNDERWOOD FAIR NEXT
ivieLeim C&ftty Fair Will Held
Aug. 6, 7 and 8 and Will be Ona
of Best in the State.
The McLean county fair is going to
be one of the best county fairs In
the state. It is to be held at Under
wood, that county.
Underwood is an enterprising little
city and has left no stone unturned
to give the patrons of the fair the best
possible.
There will be a splendid race pro
ram and aeroplane flights. A vaude
v lie entertainment will be furnished
i the fair by the Webster Theatrical
-change of Fargo. The fair manage
in.jnt expects a big attendance.
To Leading Men.
Life: Are you a leading man in your
community? Or did you merely get
that reputation because the editor or
the local' newspaper is a friend of
yours? Are you leading for your own
Mke or for somebody else's sake? Do
vou lead all day or do you follow part
the time? Do you lead merely as to
certain people, such as the office boy
or the gardener or your Sunday school,
and follow as to certain other people,
such as your wife or your wife's moth
er or your eldest daughter or the man
higher up or the man father east or
the political boss or your alter ego or
vour subliminal consciousness? Do you
rare to answer these questions or do
vou feel that the truth would tend to
incriminate you?
i Fourth episode of The Million Dol
hiar Mystery at the Isis today and to
(morrow.—Advt,
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Ford
Estimating Engineer of Minneapolis Contractors in City
Today Making Estimate for Far^o Branch
New Building Will Be Three Stories High With 91 Vfcet
Frontage on Broadway and 200 Feet Deep
Will Have Inside Trackage and Will Be Fully. Equipped
With Every Modern Appliance for Auto Factory
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Manager Enders states that the
building will be thoroughly up-to-date
and modern In every respect. For the
present it will be three stories in
height, with 91 feet frontage on Broad
way and a depth of 200 feet.
It will be of terra cotta with a hand
some front of enameled brick.' The
building will contain every equipment
and appliance known to the conveni
ence of the automobile factory.
The chief feature will be that the
tracks from the Great Northern. wiU
come right inside the building, from
an east approach it is thought, so that
the shopman may work and unload
cars whether the weather is good or
bad.
In addition to this there will be an
adequate elevator system, auto sprink
ler, big tanks and shafts that wilt
make the building perhaps the most
complete retail service branch not
only in the whole Ford organization,
but in the entire United States.
WESTGARD TO BE
BANQUETED HERE
NATIONAL HIGHWAY AND MERI
DIAN ROAD OFFICIALS TO
REACH FARGO TOMORROW AF­
TERNOON ON THE LAST LEG
OF THEIR LONG TRIP,
Several members of the Fargo Auto
mobile club probably will go to Wah
peton tomorrow to meet Col. A. L.
Westgard and party and accompany
them to Fargo, where tomorrow 'light
they will be entertained by the board
of governors at a banquet at the com
mercial cjub.
Colonel Westgard, vice president, of
the National Highway association, D.
E. Colt, vice president of the MeriditU*
Road association, and partv are nti#
on the last leg of their journey from
San Antonio, Tex., to Winnipeg, in
vestigating Meridian road conditions
and making an interesting log of their
trip.
The party of nine is scheduled to
reach Wahpeton tomorrow at 12:40,
where they will be joined by the Fargo
men and start for this city. The
banquet will be served at 7 p. m., and
the party will spend the night In Far
go. Leaving Fargo at 8 a. m., Wednes
day, they will go to Grafton for their
night control and expect to make the
run to Winnipeg the following day.
The personnel of the Fargo party la
not complete, but It is expected that
two or three cars will leave fo£ Wah
peton about 10 a. m., tomorrow, and,
returning, will reach Fargo late in
the afternoon.
Don't miss one episode of Thi Mil
lion Dollar Mystery. It may be the
cause of your losing that $10,000. At
the Isis every Monday and Tuesday,
where the cool breezes blow.—Advt
ACCIDENT BEFELL CHILD
Little Daughter of Frank Parker of
Seventh Avenue South, Sustained
Broken Thigh Bona.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Parker of 1337 Seventh avenue
south, sustained a broken thigh bone
Saturday evening while out driving in
her pony and cart.
The little girl was caught in the
wheel as she was starting to alight
from the vehicle and by a sudden start
of the pony, her right leg waa caught
breaking the thigh bone.
Dr. J. G, Dillon was immediatelv
called. It is reported today' that she
is resting much easier.
Summer goods of all descriptions
are being closed out at Black's at very
low cost this week, which is the last
of the big Clearance sale.—Advt.'
i- Wise Girl.
Houston Post: "Is she going to
marry the young man who saved* her
from drowning?"
"I think so."
"But is she sure that he is able lo
support her in the style to which she
has been accustomed?"
"Yes, she looked him up In Brad
street's before she fell in."
A Word of
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CITY MARKET
OPEN TOMORROW
MARKET WILL OPEN TOMORROW
INSTEAD OF WEDNESDAY —TO
BE OPEN THREE DAYS A WEEK
HEREAFTER TO ACCOMMODATE
LARGE CROWDS.
As a result of the new plan the city
market will be open tomorrow in
stead of Wednesday owing to the de
mand of gardeners and the public for
inevreased market facilities. The two
days that the market have been open
has found it uncomfortably crowded
to in order to obviate this difficulty
the commission has decided to have it
open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
hereafter.
As the roads are in good condition
and the weather almost ideal it is ex
pected that many farmers will use the
market tomorrow to sell their produce.
It would seem as though there is
plenty of business to keep the market
open three days a week judging from
the crowds that have visited it In the
past. Under the new plan however
more people can be accommodated and
much more produce sold which will
prove of great benefit generally1.
HAD SLIGHT ACCIDENT
Wife 6f Fargo's Well Known Eye, Ear
•Ad Nose Specialist Sustained
Accident at Lakes.
A slight accident befell Mrs." Fred
erick G. Bailey, wife of the well known
Fargo eye. «ar, nose and throat spe
cialist and surgeon, Saturday night at
Lakes Melissa and Sallie, where the
Baileys* cottage is located.
Mrs. Bailey was driving her car aft
er dark and accidentally ran into a
post when making a turn into the
grounds of the Bailey cottage. The
windshield was broken. Bits of the
glass flew into her face and broke her
glasses. Aside from several slight
scratches across the face, the acci
dent was not serious. The many
friends of both the doctor and his wife
have been solicitous about her ^pe
the accident was reported in the city
this morning. They are all pleased to
know that it was not so verious as the
first rumors led them to expect
Printer Wanted.
Steady job, country printer capable
handling power plant, no booze or
cigarette pills, eighteen dollars every
Saturday, hurry. Ambrose Tribune.
Heifers
We offer for sale a few regis
tered heifers from 1ft to
months old. Good individuals of
excellent A. R. O. ancestry.
Tuberculin tested. If interested
write for breeding and prices or
come and see them.
NtiaNMiaMlRflMil
Guarantee# A-l condition—
good tires, good paint,. Also
other good used cars at bar
gain prices..*
CAlMiNS MIJRPHY MOTOR CO.
WANTED
26
Brown & Cassell
Hope, N. D.
To the Management
For one yeax or longer, moder^-'
house, preferably furnished or partly
furnished not less than eight rooms
must be well located in desirable res
idence section, southside preferred.
May lease with view of purchase
and In that case will pay rent suffi
cient to warrant the option.
Phone 116-L or address Forum 300,
WITH FIRST NATIONAL.
Claude Lindsay, who is almost
through Dakota Business college
course, has gone to Rock Lake, wherfl
he will accept a situation with the
First National bank. Another D. B. C.
boy has just accepted a $60 -position
there. "The best people hire them~i«i^
good advertising." W
North Dakota barber examiners
will hold examinations as follows:
Mandan, July 28-29 Valley City, Juijr
30 Fargo at Scandla Barber shop, Juljjf
31 Grand Forks, Aug. 3-4 Mlnot,
Aug. 5-6. All barbers who have no
license are requested to come to the
nearest point for examination*
Thomas Tottingham, Secretary.
WITH CREDIT BUREAU.
Aaker's Business college was re
quested by the Merchants' Credit bu
reau to supply a. stenographer. Mias
Hoddevik was sent into the positio®.*
School was also called up this morn
ing by one of the large machine hous
es and asked to supply office help.
School has seven requests on file for
office help. Don't you want a posi
tion? Get in line by taking a busi
ness course.—Advt.
New fall suits have arrived thjpr
week at Black's. Would like to hav»
you see them.—Advt.
WANTED!
Girl for soda fountain w
Apply Crowley's Drug Store..
CITY PROPERTY"
A good house of 6 rooms, ^ull base
ment, brick foundation. porch, rents
$15. Also a good cottage of 4 room(,
rents for $8 per month, yard 243x191
with small fruits, shrubs, etc., can U|
had on terms at $2,401
A snap. No. 2917.
A large house of #0 rooms, bath. hall,
pantry, sewer, waxer, 125 bbl clsteT^,
hot water heating plant, large porc^u
fine trees, small fruits, good barn ana
chicken house, cement walks, fine
lawn, gas, electric lights, large yard
250x314 ft. with (beautiful trees, Arte
location owner wishes to leave town
and for a quick sale will sacrifice.
Price $7,500
Terms. No. 3168.
FARGO DRUG CO.
608 Front St., Fargo.
eciation
recie
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Thkt the deLendre^ie Stoire is tote closed on Saturday aftertH^oiig ^faring tbft month of'
August, and that this action has been taken by the management for the purpose of benefiting
ike clerks in the employ of this store:
l&Y We, the clerks of this store, most heartily and sincerely thank the management for this.
kind and generous action in our behalf. And we take occasion to also ask the buying publity
so far as it is in their poWer to do so, to encourage and use their influence with the retail mef',
chants of Fargo to close with the O. J. deLendrecie Co. during the hot days of August, for the
benefit of our less jiortuji^t^ fellow clerks. (Signed) The Clerks of the O. J. deLendrecie Con*.
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Fire and tornado Insurance. Money
to loan.
W. J. LANE
Phone 807. Over 1st Nat'l. ban*.
S 10c Developing
Any size film purchased ol us.
We are KODAK headquarters.
(Tilm* developed In Seven Hoursi
THE SUMDBERG CO.. 72 Bdwy.
KODAKS
Developing and Printing
At lowest prices, best work and
o s e v i e w i e u s o
price list We want your mail
orders and guarantee sat
isfaction.
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