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HELP WANTED—MALE.
SAVE Knight Printing Co. Print it.
MEN WANTED—Manchester Biscuit
Co. (217-21S)
BARBER for fair week. Engelcke
Barber Shop, Grand Forks, N. D.
COMPOSITOR wanted. Pierce Wheel
ock COL, 18 8th st So. (J|07-t. f.)
WANTED—All around printer, sober
and reliable no boozer need apply.
The Starkweather Times. (213-218)
ANSWER to advertisements should
NOT Include number giVen In paren
thesis In lower right hand corner.
pt 'WANTED—Registered pharmacist with
kodak and Rexall experience. Write
or telephone Fargo Drug Co (208-tf)
CABINET MAKER WANTED—A first
class man for new add repair work.
Apply Valley City Cabinet Works.
(216-226)
WANTED—Grain buyer for country
elevator. Apply Baldwin Flour mills,
Casselton or C. I. Gross, 321 10th St. N.
Fargo. (217-218)
CHAS. HARRIS, violin expert high
grade old violins for sale repairing
ia specialty violins reconstructed. 104^
Front St. (212-288)
FARGO AUTOMOBILE and gas engi
neering school will give you practical
instruction write for information
1226 Front st.
GO TO JOHNSON'S barber shop, 602
Front street hair cut 25c, shave 10c,
bath 15c, on Saturday 25c first class
work guaranteed.
RAILROAD firemen, brakemen, $120.
Experience unnecessary. Send age,
postage. Railway, care 622 Forum^^
AN EXPERIENCED man for restaurant
and pool hall in small town steady
position to the right one no boozer
wanted. Write 296 care Forum.
(213-224)
FARGO MAIL CARRIERS WANTED—
Average |90 month. Examinations
coming. Sample questions free. Frank
lin Institute, Dept. 302-0., Rochester,
N. Y. (196-223)
IN ANSWERING all want ads, giving
a certain number care of The Forum,
be sure to address your answer* to
that number, in care of Forum, This
insures prompt attention.
WANTED—Office man, must be sten
11 ographer. Good in spelling and gram
mar. Splendid opportunity for one who
is willing to work. Answer box 118.
(ilo-tl.)
DOCTOR wanted at once good terri
tory Doctor just left, account of
poor health. Town, not been without
doctor for about 10 years. Well settled
country. Write, "Druggist*" Kathryn
WANTED—Gentleman who has some
experience in photo business. Good
position. Apply at once. Northern
Photo Supply Co., 624 2nd Ave. N.
(211-tf)
PRINTER WANTED Steady Job,
country printer capable handling
power plant, no booze or cigarette pills,
eighteen dollars every Saturday, hurry.
Ambrose Tribune. (216-221)
RAGTIME piano playing positively
taught any person in 20 lessons. Ori
ginal Chrlstianaon system. Suc
cess guaranteed. Write now for free
book. Louie Kopelman, 614 1st Ave,
No. (207-tf)
WANTED—Junior operator and print
er. Man must be able to do Job work
and aet ads. Must be strictly sober.
iGood Job for the right party. State
i wages required. Valley City Courier,
*. Valley City, N. D. (212-220)
POSITION WANTED—MALE,
BY GOOD working man, colored. N.
B. H. Smith, 314 1st ave N. (217-222)
NOW IS THE TIME to trim shade
trees. H. Holte. Phone 1067-W.
(200-226)
STEAM traction engineer 16 years ex
oerience, handy repairs. will help
harvest. Write P. S. Markey, Newark,
elD. (211-221)
YOUNG HAS 21 yfsrs, 6 years office
experience. Bookkeeper and pur
chasing agent. Best of references. G.
A. Vendlen, box 116, Munaing, Mich.
"ASSISTANT CASHIER wants position
In country bank eight years' exper
ience in banking and real estate mar
ried. age 30 bank references. Write
299, care Forum. (216-227)
•GRAIN BUYER—German 42 years old,
married, 20 years experience. Seeks
fcjMA new employment as manager of farm
l*' «rs' elevator. A1 references from farm
er employers. Write 301, care Forum.
(217-222)
male BOOKKEEPER and stenograph
er wants position with country bank
where there are good opportunities for
advancement. Five years' commercial
experience. First-class references. Ad
dress 298 Forum. (216*220)
SALESMEN WANTED.
WANTED—Experienced work, clothing
and men's furnishing's salesmen. One
for S. D., one for N. D., and Mont. Give
experience and reference, 1st letter.
Clark-MacDanel Co., Cedar Rapids, la.
(216-217)
FOR RENT—BASEMENT.
jron RENT—Part of basement, good
shop room. Fargo Plating & Metal
lizing Co. (tf)
AGENTS WANTED.
"WANTED—A special agent, muat be of
good address state previous occupa
tion. Address 269, Forum. (206-278)
MEN AND WOMEN make money part
or all time selling most popular
household article wanted year round,
s every home. Write quick Vanshu Co.,
3
Fargo. (216-218)
POSITION WANTED—MAN A WIFE
"WORK WANTED—On farm by man
and wife, by month or year. Write
J231 care Forum. (212-217)
I*OST.
VJLOST—Gold mounted Elk's tooth cuff
link. Initial J. E. O., "133." Reward.
•Return to Waldorf hotel. (214-228)
iLiOST—Between fair grounds and A. C.,
a package wrapped in canvas apron.
Finder please phone H. Chlsholm,
864-J. (217-218)
JLOST—Brown alligator hand-bag, con
taining cards of owner. Return to
Dr. MaoGregor's office, deLendrecle
|Bldg., for reward. (216-218)
JL.OST—Sunday afternoon, nearly new,
blue coat, with N. P. L. Lodge and
tohoto drama box button, between
'ftfoorhead and 10th and 11th streets
fend north Broadway, Fargo. Finder
"will receive reward by returning to
^^orumofflce^^^^^^^^^^^^^2n^l92
HOSPITAL.
'O PRIVATE maternity borne: best
tot
care. Mrs. H. Rice, 1*1 13th
St south.
1
r,K\iT% HOSPIT \L Competent
liuri'tb and best of caret highest tes
timonials from doctors and patients.
JMrs. Jennie Camp, 901 10th St &, Far-
I ATTRACTIONS WANTED.
'^ATTRACTIONS WANTED—Feature at
tractions and novelty stands wanted
•«%or the third annual Grain Palace fes-
Jtival at Ray^jjti. D. 2 days, Thursday
And Fiiu- Jpfe, 30-21. Write, Grain.
N. D, (213-217)
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If you have a vacant room, flat
•r house, buy a Forum Want
Ad. It will rent it for you.
Phone 1595.
Read the Rate Card CarefuSiy fleicwe
HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
HAVE Knight Printing Co. Print It.
GIRLS WANTED—Manchester Biscuit
Co. (217-218)
GIRLS WANTED at the Key City Laun
dry. 202-tf.
MAID WANTED—1319 3rd Ave. So.
Phone 3156. (217-tf)
WANTED—Good cook, 416 8th St 8.
Phone 866. (211-tf)
MAID WANTED for two in family. 809
8th st So. (199-t. f.)
GIRLS—To learn nursing, Moorhead
hospital. Phone 36-L-2 or 890. (tf)
WANTED—Two waitresses at Silver
Mine cafe. Phone 989-1* (187-tf)
WANTED—A chambermaid at once at
the Comstock hotel, Mhd. (212-tf)
COMPETENT girl, 2 in family. E. C.
Cooper, 15 Monticello. Phone 1099.
V211-237)
WANTED—Girl for general housework.
Mrs. Follett, 914 lBt Ave. No.
(217-tf)
GIRL—For general houaeworK. Mrs.
Jacob Lowell. Jr., 514 13th St So.
(193-219)
WANTED—A girl for general house
work. Fargo Sanitarium, 1329 3rd
Ave. So. (217-tf)
WANTED—-Middle aged woman to, cook
for four or five men. Long job. Tele
phone 1791. (216-218)
WANTED—Lady to do bookkeeping
and stenography. Apply Naftalin
Produce Co. (216-1.
WANTED—Competent glrL Family of
three. Mrs. Hugo Stern, No. 16, Mon
ticello apartments. (191-217)
WANTED—Good girl for general
housework. Phone 409-L-2. Mrs. A.
L. Farr, 402 8th st n. (212-tf)
GIRL who lives at home to work morn
ings, general housework. Apply by
letter, No. 268, care Forum. (206-Y)
LAUNDRY girls and tray girls want
ed at 8t. Luke's hospit£u. Laundry
girls must have experience. (217-219)
WANTED—Girl for general housework,
small farm, small family, near Maple
ton. Mrs. H. R. Pence, Mapleton, K.
(215-226)
WANTED—Two girls, one dining room
girl and one dishwasher. Wages $5
per
week.
D-
T. P. Hogan, Maxbass, N.
(.216-224)
GIRL WANTBJIV—-To help in kitchen
and dining room. Easy place for
right party, N. P. restaurant, Oriska,
(215-218)
WANTED—A competent girl for gen
eral housework. Family of 2 good
wages. Apply Burrell flats, No. 7.
Phone 2201-J. (214-tf)
WANTED Middle-aged woman for
general housework. Small family.
Scandinavian preferred. Chas. Hillring
Hebron, N. D. (217-221)
ilRLS WANTED—At the Fargo
Laundry and the Red River
laundry. (217-tf)
WANTED—Reliable girl or woman,
who likes children, to care for three
good home and wages to right party.
Apply In person, 205 14th st So.
(212-t f.)
GIRL WANTED—For general house*
work by Aug. 15. Family of three.
Good Wages. Steady employment.
Phone 1178. Mrs. T. O. Chantland, 1106
College St (206-232)
POSITION WANTED—FEMALE.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN—Wants to
cook on threshing car. Phone 1412-J
or 704 10th St. So. Fargo. (216-221)
WANTED—Position by practical nurse,
to care for invalid In or out of the
city. Address 160 care Forum. (181-tf)
POSITION WANTED—By stenograph
er. 16 months' experience real estate
office. References. Write 290 care
Forum. (212-217)
FOR EXCHANGE.
BIG MITCHELL, fine family or livery
car for Fargo iota. Phone 1711-L
240 care Forum. (197-223)
SECTION of good land to trade for
small farm or hotel. Cannon Ball
Land Co., Shields, N. D. (217)
HAVE SEVERAL quarter sections of
land In Williams county to exchange.
Make me a proposition. K. H. Kanne,
Mohall, N. D. (210-219)
HAVE FINE quarter of land to ex
change for good second hand thresh
ing rig. Must deal quick. Box 28,
Melville. N. D. (215-218)
160 ACRE timber farm Roseau, Minn.
Double log house, barn, 8 acres
broke. Will consider Fargo residence,
equal terms. H. B. Bornemaiin, care
Waldorf hotel. (210-236)
FOB EXCHANGE—120 acres', fmproved
3 miles from Coleharbor, McLean
county 160, 9 miles north, partly im
proved, to exchange for general stock
merchandise or hardware. Write Hugh
Dudgeon, Glen Ullm, N. D. (215-217)
I HAVE AN A-l deal, half a sec
tlon of land for hotel, hardware 4
or general merchandise land is
+, located only one and one-half
mue from town and property for
exchange must bo located in ..a
town where there is a high school.
4^ This is an excellent proposition
t(j.
uriti it. will pay you to look into it. &
it. Frollng. 1213-t. f.j
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO* BUY—Men's worn gar
ments. Phone 2315, Fargo. (tf)
CONTRACTOR.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR an!
builder and repair work also
do out of town contracts and re
modeling. Phono 3139 W. Plans &
$ and estimates furnished on appli
cation. M. I. Erlek3on. (.196 f.)
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL.
Dj^SSJHAJaUMa &QHUOJU «~OlS
.£*Md»
way.
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iffll
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«0 WORD8 1 TIME 30 CT8. 8 TIMES 60 CT8.
The ebov* rates are figured at th« rate cf 1 eent per word
Moh 'conaacutlve insertion. No ad taken for lata than 20
if your ad ia not inserted, If you fail to send money with
tk m. will bo inaartad tho following day.
TRAD! CO JNC
LABELir
FOR RENT.
Fnralshed Rooms—Sontbslde.
NICELY furnished rooms 410 8th St
So. (187-tf)
FLIGHT housekeeping rooms 1348
Front St (196-222)
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT—Mod
ern house 406 8th St So. (194-tf)
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, also sleep
ing rooms, 811 1st Ave. So. (217-219)
NICELY furnished room, all modern
house 1109 5th Ave. So. Phone 105.
(194-220)
FURNISHED rooms for rent in mod
ern house 409 7th St So. Phone
2029-L. (213-t. f.)
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms, all
modern. 402 8th Ave. S. Phone
2340-L. (206-232)
FOR RENT—Two unfurnished outside
rooms for light housekeeping. 23 1-2
8th St. So. (216-221)
FURNISHED ROOMS Strictly mod
ern. Mrs. P. Pastoret, 920 1st Ave.
So. Phone 1951-J. (178-tf)
THREE FURNISHED or unfurnished
rooms for light housekeplng. In
quire 293, care Forum. (213-218)
BY DAY OR WEEK—1 large furnish
ed room on first floor in modern
home, close in, 814 1st Ave. So. (205-tf)
LARGE FURNISHED ROOM for two
gentlemen in modern flat. Phone
2268-L, No. 3 Stratford, 8th St and 2nd
Ave. So. (205-tf)
FURNISHED rooms lor rent In modern
house on c%rline 2 ladies only. Call
before 2 o'clock or after 6. 509 9th St.
So. Phone 1115. (172-tf)
FOR RENT—Five rooms downstairs,
in a modern house, furnished. Apply
to Fred J. Krogh, 720 Front street.
(217-t. f.)
FQR RENT.
Furnished Room*, North Side.
FURNISHED ROOMS—32 10th St No
(215-241)
Two PARTLY furnished rooms: low
rent. 737 2nd St. N. (216-218)
STRICTLY modern rooms for house
keeping 1015 3rd Ave. No. (215-217)
FOR RENT—Nice light modern furn
ished room close in. Phone 2622.
(197-223)
FURNISHED ROOMS
toi'
house 410
2174'J-
Roberts st Phone
I
1^'
The Fargo Forum prints more
classified ads than any other
paper in the State of North
Dakota
light house­
keeping, modern. Phone 622-70 4th
st
No. (208-234)
FURNISHED ROOMS in strictly mnrt
oiI?
(216-242)
FURJiiSHED room With or without
board in strictly modern house. 72$
North Bdw. (191-217)
FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms
for housekeeping. Brauer's flats
(160-239-tf)
Phone 1012-J.
MODERN, newiy furnished, large quiet
rooms for rent by day or week. 510
1st ave No., Fargo. (165-t f.)
BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms In
strictly modern hous* gentlem«r
preferred. Phone 1470. (169-tf)
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room In
strictly modern residence, close in,
gentleman preferred. Phone 1768-J.
(173 f.)
HOUSES FOR RENT.
tJ-ROOM, all modern house for rent
Phone 1889-L. (195-tf)
FOR RENT—5-room house. Inquire
816 7th St No. or phone 914-L.
(217-219)
FOR RENT—The downstairs of a mod
ern house consisting of rooms with
private bath, and hot water heat. Fur
nished complete for housekeeping.
Rent $31 per month in summer and $40
per month In winter with heat ana
water furnished. Fred J. Krogh, 720
Front St (179-tf)
FOR SALE—HOUSE.
FOR SALE—New house, on North
Broadway addition 219 6th St N.
(210-236)
FOR SALE—Seven room modern house,
new. Hardwood finish 1014 4th St
No. (198-224
8-BOOM house, barn and auto shed for
sale cheap If taken at once. Phone
2327-L. (202-tf)
FOR SALE, house in good location on
South Side, by owner. Call 1019-J
for particulars. (164-217)
FOR SALE—Seven-room rome In best
residential district of Fargo modern
except heat tine corner lot, good
walks, trees, etc. For particulars ad
dress R. E. Flynn, care Forum. (t f.)
SUMMER BUNGALOW—4 large bed
rooms, large living room with stone
fire place, large screened porch, kitch
en and screened kitchen, completely
furnished 180 ft. lake front near Falr
hlils, Pelican Lake, Detroit, Minn. Ad
dress C. F. Ruettell, Detroit, Minn,
Route No. 3. (214-227)
MODERN HOUSE FOR SALE.
FOR SALE CHEAP—A new 6-room
strictly modern house on north side
2 1-2 blocks from school, two
blocks from car line, east front,
lot 50x140, full basement, hot water
heat, maple floors beautiful home in
good neighborhood owner leaving
city has reduced price to $3,000, pur
chaser assume mortgage 51,200 bal
ance cash. Phone 670. The Amerland
Co., 607 N. P. Ave. (213-218)
CHICKENS FOR SALB.
EGGS FOR HATCHING from Buff
Plymouth Rocks, $1, $2.50 and $4 per
setting of 15 eggs. Prize winners for
3 years In succession at Fargo. From
the 1914 show I have In my breeding
pens 1st, 2nd and 3rd pullets 2nd, 3rd
and 4th hens and 2nd cock. No more
stock for sale. Island Park Poultry
Yards, Coleman Baker, Prop., R. R. No.
3, Fargo. Phone 1167-7. (tf)
WANTED TO RENT—.COTTAGE.
WANTED TO RENT—A furnished cot
tage at Lake Detroit. Address 292
care Forum. (212-tf)
WANTED TO RENT—Furnished cot­
tage at Lake Detroit for the
summer,
state tarma. •Odraki- Jv& feox aag,
Fargo. (lS8-tf)
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in Yaar Order Which
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6 TIMES 70 CTS. 1 MONTH $2.00
TIMES 88 CT9K 1 MONTH $2.50
TIME® $1,08 •••••••••••.,1 MONTH 82*60
for tho firat Insertion and Yi oant por word for
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attar. All orders reaching theojfioe after 12i30
BOARD AND ROOMS OFFERED.
BOARD AND ROOM—$4.60 per week
623 4th St. No.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS board and
room $4.50 per week. 722 north
Broadway. Phone 136-L.
WANTED—BABIES TO BOARD.
BABIES TO BOARD—Phone 2573. (tf)
TABLE BOARD.
TABLE BOARD—Two meals a day, 21
meals $4. Modern apartments. Phone
2373. (211-237)
BUSINESS CHANCES.
A GOOD CIGAR STORE for sale cheap,
good reason for selling. 292, care
Forum. (213-218)
RESTAURANT, rooms In connection.
good North Dakota town good cash
business. Reason for selling ill-health.
Write 278, Care Forum. (208-234)
FOR SALE:—Pool hall and 1 chair bar
ber shop. Colgate, N. D. Good bar
gain if taken at once. C. W. Barnes.
(215-220)
POOL HALL TO RENT or sell, one bil
liard table and two pool tables. Ad
dress B. F. Brown, Pettibone, N. D.
(212-221)
FOR FARM lands and business loca
tions in N. D„ on easy terms In the
best part of state. Send for my list.
C. H. McGee, Oriska, N. D. (212-238)
DRUG STORE for sale in Minneapolis
downtown street, excellent corner,
established business, newly stocked,
low rent, at bargain. Owner in other
business. Address No. 253, care Fo
run). (213-218)
GOOI paying: restaurant and 25
room well furnished lodging:
4 house at 302 Front St. for sale at
a big discount if taken at once.
Horseshoe counter, fine trade.
Building to lease. Owner retiring 4
rcMF«n f-r trUinfr. ?17 tf)
FOR SALE—A variety store on
Main st In county seat Popula
tlon 1,600. Building and stock $3,- 4
4 500, part cash stock and fixtures 4
separate, $1,500. Will lease build
lng by year for $25 per month. 5
living rooms upstairs. This Is 4
something good, look this up.
Write 254 care Forum. (3.03-229) 4
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 can
save you money these goods are strict
ly fresh stock get our prices. Whee
lock Auto Co., 602 and 504 N. P. Ave.,
Fargo, N. D. (tf)
FOR SALE—At a bargain. One thirty
horse automobile In first class con
dition. Fully equipped. Has not been
run fifty-five hundred miles for less
than fifty cents on the dollar. Reason,
have two machines. Address box 655.
Phone 118-J, Fargo, N. D. (178-tf)
SECOND-HAND OARS.
THREE E. M. F. 30 horse 1912 cars, all
in good shapes 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 above are bargains. Calkins
Murphy Motor Co., 623 2nd Ave. No.
(199-tf)
FARMS FOR SALE.
«10 DOWN, 95 MONTHLY buys farms
near Duluth, Minn. $8 to $12! per
acre. Some timber some open 20,000
acre selection. Free maps. L. T. Fell
and, Palace Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
(210-236)
FOR SALE—A very desirable, well im
proved one-quarter, located 3 miles
from the center of Fargo, one mile
from the State Fair grounds corners
the A. C. farm good buildings, all
erected within the past two years nice
grove of shade trees. Price, $126 per
acre. For terms, etc., address the own
er, J. C. Vincent, Moorhead, Minn.
208-234
Farms on Crop Payment Plan. Own
Your Own Home. Don't be a Renter,
Lands are in Pembina and Cavalier
counties, rich, black, fertile, loam soil,
with buildings, no gumbo, 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., Fargo, N. D.
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK.
FOR SALE—Team heavy work horse*
phone 489, N. J. Olaen Co. (212-221)
SEWING WANTED.
EXPERIENCED dressmaker wants
sewing by the day. Phone 1781-J.
(194-220)
WANTED TO RENT—FLAT
WANTED—To rent by Sept 1 or there
abouts, small furnished flat. Write
297 care Forum. (214-219)
BUY OR TRADE.
WILL BUY OR TRADE for your sec
ond hand harness. W. H. Stewart
harness shop, Fargo.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ODD- JOBS of all kinds, plastering,
cement work, block laying, water
proofing basements. Work guaranteed.
Prices ri&ht Phone 2978, call 1633, 1st
Ave. So. (210-236)
GENTLEMEN—Make your own hair
tonic, tooth paste and perfume 3 re
ceipts mailed for 26c. Miss Ella Mae
Cocking, box 1167, Medicine Hat, Alta.
(211-237)
I'Ofiii C'ltt BMASiS rii Mf 1\*»N A
& T.tKon off, racket plated n1 cc
placed for $1.6.00. Worn guaran
'.-^.d to u*v. o. oi 2tie'f Fatgj &
pi-utin. Mi t.*'i.'iiij Co
jnrre sisync NEWBRJSAD TBJS FOBuaJ
•llj,
JULY 27, 1914.
ft $••»»•»
FOR SALE—AUTOS.
FOR SALE—National touring car in
good condition. Address P. O. Box
835. (199-t f.)
FOR SALE—1 30 horse power Regal, 6
passenger, with truck. In good con
dition. Will take $260 if taken at once.
Inquire 304 Front St., Belmont.
(209-235)
LAND FOR BALK.
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
f.)
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—SeK 31. and SW% 32-136
47, Wilkin county, Minn., 6 miles east
from Wolverton, improved. For price
and terms see J. A. Kemp, receiver of
the Barnesvllle National bank, at bank
in Barnesvllle, Minn., or at Fargo phone
2179. (212-238)
AFTER SEEING upper Wisconsin, the
southern Wisconsin bankers are plac
ing their loans there instead of In the
west. What Is the conclusion? Better
get Interested In the cheap lands that
appealed to the bankers.. Write us for
information. Wisconsin Advancement
Assn., 1554 First Nat. bank Bldg., Mil
waukee, Wis. (217-218)
MOORHEAD LAND FOR SALE.
4 7-ACRE PARK just across foot
bridge, 6 room modern houso
4 and store at east end. Must sell
at once at the prices asked now.
This Is an exceptional offer. Write
294 care Forum, or see owner on
place, 78 4th Ave So., Moorhead.
(213-217) 4
FOR SALB.
FOR SALE—Second nand desk. Walker
Bros. & Hardy. (176-tf)
FOR SALE—Second hand safe. Walker
Bros, and Hardy. (176-tf)
FOR SALE—A safe, cheap if taken at
once. Eggert's market (206-232)
FOR SALE—Nice, clean, old papers
packages of 50 for 10 centa 160 for
25 cents. Forum office.
RAILWAY EMPLOYES—For sale, set
railroad books for ambitious young
man who wishes to rise in the ranks.
Call Northern Express Co. (201-tf)
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
itallo two letter matrices. Address
Fargo Forum. (147-tf)
Q.UARTER-SAWED oak bank fixtures,
nearly new cupboard and legal blank
cabinet under counter. Can be extend
ed If necessary. For particulars write
The Security Bank, Sheyenne, N. D.
908-234
WATCHES at wholesale to the con
sumer 100 men's fine 7 Jewel, 12 size,
screw case, and $1 chains at $2.98. The
watch is a $7 watch. Send 50c, balance
later. Consumers' Supply Co., Morris,
Minn. (214-221)
FOR SALE—At a bargain price,
O one two horse dray, 1 double
set of harness, 1 delivery sled,
almost good as new. Can be seen
at McCormick's barn. Phono
1298-L. (lUO-tf)
WANTED TO RENT—ROOMS.
WANTED—Three unfurnished house
keeping rooms, modern, close In.
Phone 790. (214-t f.)
FOUND.
BUNCH OF KEYS—Owner can
have
same by paying for ad and identify
ing. Forum office. (214-tf)
FOUND—Ring party can have same
by identifying
and
paying for
ad.
Fargo Forum. (210-tf)
FOR RENT—FLAT.
FOR RENT—Five room strictly mod
ern flat on 8th St So. J. B. Folsom
Co. Phone 85-L. (184-tf)
LOTS FOR SALE.
FIVE LOTS for sale on 4th St So.
Moorhead, on line of new paving, east
front genuine bargain, by Johnson
Real Estate Agency. (186-tf)
DIRT FOR SALB.
BLACK DIRT
for
and return,
This skirt Is
sale—Phone 2406-L.
'205-238)
Notice.
Commencing June 1,
the
Nickel
Plate road sens tickets Chicago to
New York and return,
$27.
$26.
Boston
Also variable routes.
Liberal stopovers. Inquire local agent,
or address John Y. Calahan. A. G. P.
A., 66 W. Adams refect, Chicago.
DAILY FtifflOW HINTS
6603
2Xo. 6,808, Lady's
Skirt,
made
may have
also suitable
with four gores
the high
line. In
or the regulation waist
the back
is a straight pane]
and in front a similar panel, curved in at
the top in ornamental effect, and with a
pocket inserted at one
side.
ing Bbirt
Por a walk­
this model may be
made of serge
cheviot, twilled goods, ratine, &c., and It
is
for linen.
The skirt pattern, No. 6,008, la eat In
bIbcs 22 to 82 inches waist measure. Me
diam size requires 2% yards of 80,
44
54 inch material.
I This pattern can be obtained by
10 cants to the office of this paper.
or
The Forum Printing Co
Fargo, N. D.
Enclosed find 10c, for Which
please have sent to tho following
address, the pattern described
above.
Street Or Box
Town and- Btate»*,»»*«,
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WRIT3BB PLAINLY.
EARTHLY WEALTH
HEAVENLY RICHES
Continued From Page Two.
«rs of whom are longing tor toe op
portunity to do so.
Hoar the Lord's Estimation.
Commenting upon the Master's esti
mation of the foolish rich oian, the
Pastor asked, If tho Lord declared that
the rich man of the parable was a
fool, what may we suppose is His esti
mate of the masses of humanity to
day—blessed as men never before were
blessed, privileged as men never be
fore were privileged, and therefore re
sponsible as men never before were
responsible for the use of money?
Alas! he declared we fear that the
Lord is not well pleased with the
world In its scramble for wealth, wit
nessed today on every band. In out
text the people of God of today hav«
a reminder that all have the oppor
tunity to cultivate the Christ-like spir
it of generosity, helpfulness and broth
erly-kindness.
The speaker then demonstrated that
the Lord does not address His reproof
and admonition to the world, but
merely to His Church—the consecrated
few. The world, he declared, is about
to learn a great lesson along this very
line of selfishness. Qeving sown to
the wind the seed of selfishness, it is
about to reap a whirlwind of trouble,
the fruitage of selfishness, in which the
Interests of rich and poor will clash in
the conflict between Capital and La
bor, between those who have secured
wealth and those who will strive to
take the wealth from them—"a Time
of Trouble such as was not since there
was a nation."
Are any so blinded as not to see the
awful growth of anarchy, he asked,
which is gradually settling down upon
the highest type of civilization to which
the world has ever attained? Are
there any so blinded as to be unable
to perceive that the conflict will be
along the lines of selfishness—desire to
hold on the one part, and desire to
acquire on the other?
The Pastor explained that according
to the Scriptures God is not now ap
pealing to the world for well H«
knows that BO Intense is the spirit of
avarice that such an appeal would be
useless. God la therefore permitting
the world as a whole to learn its great
lesson, that selfishness is an Integral
part of sin, even as love and benevo
lence are Integral pacts of righteous
ness. There is 110 donbt, be declared,
that by the time the poor world shall
have fully learned its lesson of the
terrible results of selfishness it will be
ready to cry out for Divine assistance.
When that time comes, the speaker
claimed, God's means of assistance
will
also be ready. The Messianic
Kingdom will be inaugurated, and a
Reign of Lore will be established
which will contrast sharply with pres
ent conditions, and which will bring
blessed results of peace, love and good
will amongst men. Since God is both
loving and wise, we may reasonably
assume, he believes, that there is no
better way than this whirlwind of
trouble for teaching the world its need
ed lesson on this atibject.
Tho Loaaon to tho Chtiroh.
It was then shown that God's les
sons are now for the Church—not the
church nominal, which is merely a
more civilized section of the world, but
the Church real, the saintly people of
God in and out of the various sects
and parties, and of every nation, kin
dred and tongue. Anxious to know
and to do the will of God, these re
ceive special instruction such as the
world is not prepared to receive. To
these saintly footstep followers of Je
sus the Lprd says, Let not your treas
ures be of an earthly kind Rather, go
to the opposite extreme, and spend and
be spent in the interest of others, in
the service of God, in the service of
His Message of Love and thus, along
the lines of the Divine promises, seek
for a share with the great Redeemer,
not only in the sufferings ind self-de
nials of the present life, but also in the
glory, honor and immortality of the
life to come.
?a snpport of his argument, the Pas
tor quoted many familiar passages of
Scripture, such as "Therefore take no
thought for your life, what ye shall
•at neither fbr your body, what ye
shall pat on. The life Is more than
meat, and the body than raiment"
"Tour Father knoweth what things ye
have need of." Therefore, "Seek first
the Kingdom of God and His right
eousness, and all these things shall be
added unto you." "Fear not, little
flock for it is your Father's good pleas
ure to give you the Kingdom. Sell that
ye have, and give alms provide your
selves bags which wax not old, a treas
ure in the Heavens that faileth not
where no thief approacbeth, neither
moth coarrupteth. For where your trea»
ure is, there will your heart be also."
"Charge Thom That Are Rich."
A new light was thrown upon a
familiar Scripture commonly applied
to the worldly rich, but mistakenly so.
If the Pastor, who is a most able Bi
ble scholar, is correct in his opinion.
He declared that when St Paul wrote
to Timothy, "Charge them that are
rich in this world that they be not
high-minded, nor trust in uncertain
riches, but in the living God who giv
eth us richly all things to enjoy," the
Apostle very evidently referred to
some of the consecrated people of God
who had wealth. This wealth these
were to consider merely as a steward
ship, not to be disposed of according
to their own worldly caprices, and
surely not according to the dictum of
friends, neighbors and relatives. Who
ever has given himself to the Lord
must have consecrated all he has else
he is not accepted aa Christ's disciple
The Pastor showed that the Apostle's
charge to the brethren who possessed
wealth is stated in the verses follow
ing the one under discussion—"that
they do good, that they be rich in good
works, ready to distribute, willing to
coin mo riioate laying up in btore for
weaaseives a gvoa foundation against
th« time to come, that th«y may lay
hold on eternal Ufa" This he inter
prets to mean that those possessing
wealth should be willing to share with
others of the brethren as members
of a community, somewhat along the
lines of Christian communism. The
nsed~ in "the~snftie sense as ~WEen~#i
say that a wealthy man gave a fouii
dation of a million dollars for a COK
lege. His gift constitutes the basis 0#
the carrying out of the college plans.
Thus, the speaker explained, a Chris
tian who generously uses in the Lord'*
Service his financial stewardship is Lay
ing a foundation for the future—#
foundation for spiritual wealth anl!
the more of time, influence and wentttk
any one can lay up thus in doing good.
In forwarding the interests of the
brethren and of the Lord's work, the
more is that one piling up treasure is
Heaven. The advantage of this pro
cedure, he asserted, is that it helps to
center the heart's affections on the
things above, and to wean them from
tho things of earth for where our
treasure is, there will oar hearts be
also. And thus, says the Apostle, we
shall be able to "lay bold on eternal
life," now proffered to us.
At first many are inclined to sajr.
What difference does it make to the
Lord what 1 do with my time, money,
influence, talents? He is able to sup
ply the needy without in the least Im
poverishing Himself. Why, then,
should He desire His children, who
are far from rich in the world's estlma
tlon. to sacrifice their little all of tal
ent motley, time, influence? And why
should He make this a test to deter
mine whether or not they shall attain
the Kingdom? What is the phlloso-'
phy of It?
The philosophy was declared to b«
this: As originally created in the Di
vine likeness man was tender-hearted,
sympathetic. But after sin had entet^
ed tho world and the strife for a living
began, selfishness gradually became
the predominant influence, producing
hard-heartedness—carelessness of the
interests of others—self-love.
"Take Away the Stony Heart."
The speaker pointed out that during
the thousand years of
Messiah's
Ueign
Satan will be bound, his allurements
ended and the curse lifted. Then the
earth will yield Its Increase. The stress
being removed, it will be easier for
mankind to learn the lessons of love
and brotherly-kindness, and to rise out
of their present condition of meanness,
hard-heartedness and selfishness—back
to the glorious image of God.
This will mean the dissolving of tho
Btony-heurtedness of the human race
or, as the Scriptures put it, the Lord
"will take away the stony heart out
of their fiesh, and give them a heart of
flesh"—a heart of sympathy. All who
then refuse to return to harmony with-.
God will be destroyed in the Second
Death, as set forth in Acts 3:19-23.
It was pointed out however, that:
whlfo such a restitution under the fa
vorabJe conditions of the Messianic
Kingdom is God's provision for the
workl. He has a different provision for
the Church, now beir»? called a ad
proven. By nature their hearts were
hard and selfish, and, as the Apostle
says, they "were children of wrath,
even as others." But the fact that.
God ha* called these to joint-heirship
with His Son in the glorious Kingdom
that is shortly to bless the world does
not signify that He will accept them la
their natural condition of hard-heart
edness and selfishness.
On the contrary, if the Church are t»
be the kings, priests and Judges of tbe
world, in association with their Lord
and Head, the great King, it is readily
seen that they must be rid of this con
dition themselves before they can prop
erly be capable of helping the world
up oat of its hard-h eortedness.
Walk
by
Faith."
Several differences were pointed
out
between the Lord's dealings with the
Church at the present time and IBs
dealings with the world by and by.
These differences are due to the faei
that the Church are cnlled to so high
an honor and correspondingly it is ap
propriate that they should manifest
more love and zeal than will be ex
pected of the world.
To illustrate: The Church must walk
by faith and not by sight they must
voluntarily accept the Lord's provi
dences, and voluntarily co-operate with
Him in putting away the stony heart,
accepting Instead the Spirit of the
Lord—a spirit of love, kindness, gen
tleness, meekness, patience and lon£
suffering toward all. Moreover, during
the thousand years of the world's re
covery from sin, selfishness and hard
beartedness, doubtless each lndividutit'
will have several centnries for his1"
gradual development But the Fatb4£i
seeks in the Church class those wtMK
will give such heed to His instru^T*
tions, and show such earnestness ty»"
copying His character, that they wiU^'
succeed in attaining a heart conditiqr
of tenderness, sympathy and iove lilfir:
onto that of the Heavenly Father,
the present years of their Christian
experience.
The discourse closed with an earnest
exhortation that all who are the Lord'ft
gird up the loins of their minds, deter
mining that with His help they will oj&v
rich toward God that each think less
and less of earthly riches, and mocv':
a n o e i z e e K i n o w i
Lord has promised to His faithful
ones. All who attain this Kiugdoqs
will be rich toward God in the liighe*
sense. Not only will they be rich in
the possession of the highest prize that
God has to give—His very best—bat
rich in His character-likeness, rich
experience, rich in faith, rich in
be
nevolence. rich in all that is good anA.'
great, however poor they may have
been in earthly goods at the end ot
their course*.
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and an invalid says: "It suits me ex
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