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No Use Waiting YOU'LL well clothes a Pears! Pears! A carload of nice eating and canning pears unclaimed, and has been turned over to me at reduced price. Oar at N. P. tracks and Fourth St. crossing. Most be closed SNAP! A Rood house of 6 rooms, full bas ment, furnace, bath, gas, lights, sew water, porch, trees, lawn, cement walks near school and carllne "n southside, at $2,800. See me about this at once, if you want a snap. .J. Phone 807 Over 1»t National Bank DO NOT FOOLISHLY REFRAIN FROM WEARING Glasses Because you imagine they make you look old. You are "tampering with fire" by such an absurd con clusion. Let common sense come to your aid- Reason out the value of your sight and the inconsistency of your ac tions. Rightly made, fitted and focused glasses will not im pair your appearance, but will wonderfully help you to see normally and as you should. Your sight is every thing to you. We can help you if you will but let us. F. W. PEIfffiON CO. Jewelers and Opticians ilB Broadway, Fargo, N. D. 1 4 like any number of the fall models that are ready for you now. No time-wasting delays just step in and wear your new suit away if you want to. Hart Schaffner & Marx have made clothes-making a per fect science they've carefully classified the human figure and have produced models to meet every demand. eat in 3 days Pears, per bushel. •TT |J at the car OC Pears, per bushel. delivered ... M. Shapiro Phone 2188 720 Front St. This is important fabrics are chosen that best suit the individual from an artistic as This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx good clothes. WITH WHOLESALE HOUSE. Another Dakota Business college pupil was today Bent to one of the large wholesale houses as steno grapher. Why does every bank, every whalesale house and every ma chine firm in Fargo employ these D. B. C. people? The answer to that question sends most thoughtful pros pectives to D. B. C.—publicity. Hotel Radlsson, Minneapolis, gives you more for the price you pay than any other hotel in the twin cities.— A-"-1 Better O O Also nice Greening f\ apples, per bushel ... O \J Or S baskets O f\ for 6.JU Be Sold by THE FARGO-DETROIT ICE CO Phone 1549 OUR SANITARY WAGONS DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR. iiObAitS jf Developing and Printing At lowest prlce«, best work and prompt service, write us for price list. We want your mail orders and guarantee sat isfaction. FARGO ORUG CO. 608 Front St.. Fargo. Fargo Messenger Service Phone 147-11 Broadway C. F. LEONARD. Mflr. Quick and Reliable Service mmmmmmmmtimmmmmmmmmam Copyright Hart 9 -huffii' it Mar®* as practical standpoint. For $18, $20, $25 and more you'll get custom tailor would charge double the money for. J. F. Holmes & Company Safe Than Sorry For 8afety Drink Pckegama Spring Water 10 UNO On first mortgages on improved Fargo property and farms in Cass and adioining counties. J. B. FOLSOM CO. 618 Front St. Fargro, N. D. Phone 325 For Dray or Express Wag on quick, responsible service. FARGO BAGGAGE A TRANSFER CO. J. P. Coleman, Prep. 122 fjreadw&y Your Auto Is In Good hands When you leave it here to be repaired. Our facilities are the best in town. Our mechanics are experts. When an accident befalls your car send it to us. Re pairing and painting. WHEELOCK AUTO CO. PHONE 1694. FARGO, N. D. 1 ii- 13 THE FARGO FORUM: AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 16, 1914. BIG HORSE SALE TOMORROW 200 HEAD OF FINE WESTERN HORSES WILL BE OFFERED HERE BY THE MILES CITY HORSE SALE CO.—DON'T MISS IT. Next Saturday, Oct. 17, the Miles Ity Horse Sale Co. will sell at their irds, foot of N. P. avenue, 200 head the finest lot of good weBtern i jrses that have ever been offered in i irgo. This lot will inc^de horses i id mares broke and unbroken, and rery person that can use a horse or team should be present and select s animals at this time. Horses are ing up in price, and this will be i he best opportunity you have ever 1 id to secure good animals at bargain -ice. They are all good heavy stuff id ready for hard work. Remember e date, Saturday, Oct. 17, and the i ace. foot of N. P. avenue. Fargo, N. i —Advt. BULK APPLES Apples. 85c per basket, or 75c per basket in five-basket lots. Phone 2295. Juke Smith. To be sold Monday, Oct. 1 on N. P. tracks and Fourth street. —Advt, Wanted to buy men's worn gar en ts. Phone 2363-J.—Advt. HAM AND EGGS WIIB OR WITHOUT You may sit contentedly before a spotless table and enjoy a meal that lingers on your taster after you have paid your 75 cents and gone. Or you can sit at a lunch counter and brush up against every Tom, Dick and Harry and get a bowl of soup slapped down before you while the waitress flirts with a "gentleman friend," her thumb sticking down into the soup the while. This cheap, slap-dash beanery meal will cost you 15 or 20 cents. Your hunger may be satisfied but it will no doubt leave an unwelcome taste which will stick as closely to you as a porous plaster. Just so with the tailoring service you buy. You get tailoring or you get tailoring PLUS. You should never #xepect 75 cent quality for 15 cents— whether buying strength for your ytomach or clothes for quality and durability. Ted Evanaon's tailoring is n satisfaction that lasts—a quality that always asserts itself. It is the kind of tailoring that is a genuine help in building up trade, as can be attest ed by hundreds of satisfied patrons. 'Remember that the recollection of quality remains long after the price is forgotten. Ted Evanson. 421 N. P. Avt.—Advt. The Hotel Radisson, Minneapolis, is the 'nest hotel in the twin cities. Tv-ipulnr prices.—Advt. APPLES! APPLES! A car of fancy barrel apples, east !'n stock, is now on sale, N. P. tracks ind Fourth street crossing, at reason able price. Now Is the time to buy 'hem by the barrel. Different varie ties, such as Greenings. Baldwins, Northern Spys, Kings, and Russets. an ship to any part of state. $3.50 $3.75 a barrel. H. Lifson. Pargo. -Advt. ...The... Rusk Auto House ALL MET All Made In ail Call Shea and see one erected at- V93t. fac tory or send for a circular. TUB FARGO CORNICE St ORNAMENT COMPANY, MO*.* JKx^rnt St. K* »«, TWO TOURS TO START MONDAY TWO AUTOMOBILE TRIPS TO BE MADE BY REPUBLICAN COUNTY CANDIDATES ON MONDAY—TO VISIT NORTHWEST AND NORTH EAST PART OF COUNTY. At a meeting of the republican coun ty candidates, held last night at republican headquarters, it was de cided to start the county touring cam paign Monday and two parties will start out on that day, one to visit the northwestern part of the county nnrt he other the northeastern section and meet the voters personally. Clerk of Court EX C. Gearey, State s Attorney Art Fowler and R. B. Bo candidate for county commissioner, compose a party that will go to Cass-I ton on the early morning train Mon day and from there take an auto mobile and cover the northwestern part of the county thoroughly. Another party to be composed of County Judge Hanson, County Audi tor Leech, Register of Deeds Pras-t and E. H. Holte, candidate for com missioner from the first district, will leave Fargo by motor car and ten the northeastern portion of the coun ty, taking the towns of Gardner, Gran din, Argusville and other places. The intention of the tourists will be to meet the voters In a personal way, not only in the towns but in the coun try as well, and talk to them in the interests of their campaigns for elec tion and re-election. Other trips will be outlined later, the intention being for the entire coun ty to be covered in this way and each voter interviewed personally if pos sible. BIG HAT SALE Trimmed hats $1.98 tomorrow. Mez irow & Bruce, 110 Broadway.—Advt. CAUGHT INSANE PATIENT Yesterday the Fargo police picked up a demented man, who gave hid name as J. Hensen but who was found to be Dahlgren, an insane patient at the Fergus Falls institution, who re cently escaped and was making his way westward. The city authorities turned Dahl gren over to the county authorities who notified the Fergus Falls institu tion. An officer was sent here and took the man back to Fergus Falls. MAKE COPT OF ALL LOCAL MAIL FARGO POSTOFFICE FINDS THAT FROM OCT, 1 TO 7 INCLUSIVE. 33,420 PIECES OF FIRST CLASS MAIL WAS POSTED AND DELIV ERED HERE—ANNUAL CHECK. The local postoffloe 1b engaged in making its annual check of the various kinds of mail handled and will be on gaged in this work for some time. From Oct. 1 to 7, both dates included, a count was made of the first class mail that was posted in the local office for delivery within the city and it was found that 33,420 pieces were handled in that time. Postmaster H. C. Plumley said that it must be understood that this count does not take into consideraion a bit of mail that is posted for delivery for other places or any mail that is brought into Fargo from ether locali ties but Is Just that posted here for delivery here and includes first class mall only. This is a large amount of mail and Mr. Plumley stated that it took $626.47 to send it through the postnf flce. It is another evidence of the great amount of business that is being done in Fargo and the work the postofn• Bifocals —double lenses used in eyeglasses to enable wearers to see near and far with equal ease. Kryptok invisible bifocals are lenses which serve this double purpose and yet have nothing about them to show their two-range 'charact er. Each is a solid piece of glass. We sell all kinds of bi focals, but especially rec ommend Kryptoks, know ing they are the best. $8 to $13 The Snndberg Co. Leading Jeweler* Op ticians. 72 Broadway, Pargo, N. D. IV 6 oho has on Its hands. Checks are being made of other kinds of mail matter A Is You will find an assortment oL styles her© that will surely satisfy you from the most conservative to the extreme. OUR POLICY is to give you the best shoes made at from $1.00 to $3.00 less than any other store in Fargo. We carry all sizes and widths and can fit your feet perfectly. "Our Way Is a Saving Way to You." Sample Shoe Store (508 First Avenue Worth.. Fa rgo, N.. I), MEN'S SUITS Men's $12 suits, now $7.45 Men's $15 suits, now $9.86 Men's $18 suits, now .$12.85 Men's $20 suits, now $14.45 Men's $22 suits, now $16.45 Men's $25.00 suits, now $17.45 Men's $30 suits, now $19.85 MEN'S OVERCOATS Every coat in our house is a 1914 model. Men's $15 overcoats, now $9.85 Men's $18 overcoats, now $12.45 Men's $20 overcoats, now...... .$14.45 Men's $22 overcoats, now....... $16.85 Men's $28 overcoats, now $19.85 Men's $30 overcoats, now $22.50 MACKINAW AND SHEEP LINED COATS. Men's $5 Mackinaws, now...... .$3.95 Men's $7.50 Mackinaws, now.... .$4.95 Men's $8.50 Mackinaws, now.... .$5.85 THE 8TORE THAT KEEP8 THE PRICES DOWN and some interesting figures are ex pected. 10c—SPECIAL—10c Burham demonstrator SAFETY RAZORS will shave with speed and safety. Get one while they last. Carlisle?: & Bristol 67 Broadway. Fargo, N. D. Fight Against High Prices While the nations* of Europe are engaged in a life and death struggle against one another and are shedding blood like water, the people of this country are en gaged in a struggle for existence, a struggle brought on by high prices and the effect of the war abroad on our own economic conditions. We Have Enlisted in the War On the side of the common people, while other stores are boosting prices upward we are drawing our own prices downward and we offer the people of North Da kota and Minnesota an opportunity to buy their clothing, shoes and furnishings at lower prices than ever before. NO OLD STOCK—NO "HAND-ME-DOWNS/' but a splendid stock of fine, seasonable goods right from the manufacturers. SEE HERE I CAN YOU BEAT THESE PRICES? Your money will reach farther at this sale than it ever reached befor#f 502 Front St, Fargo, N. D. mmm EVERYBODY can afford some kind of a GUNN Sectional Bookcase SHOES OP QUALITY Every pair fully guaranteed. Men's $3 I 11 i I ih 4 u .- 1 1 I mmmrn These bookcases are mad© in all woods and finishes, from plain oak to the best mahogany and from our large assortment you can surely pick a style that will please you and which you can afford to buy. Exclusive Kargo Agent*. W. O. OLSEN Furniture Co. 211-215 Broadway. MANY YOUNG WOMEN And young men, working days, plan to enter Dakota Business college evening school next week. New classes in both day and evening school begin then. Remember D. B. C. evening school is run by experienced teachers—not by pupils. The rates are very cheap. Call and talk it over—publicity. Beautiful hats at half price. Every one in our stock goes. Mezirow & Bruce.—Advt. work shoes, now $1.98 Men's $3.50 work shoes, now $2.45 Men's $4 dress shoes, now $2.98 Men's $5 dress shoes, now $3.95 Men's $5 O'Donnell shoes, now.. .$3.95 MEN'S UNDERWEAR AND SWEATERS Honest values stitched with truthful words. Don't speculate, coi$9 where there is no risk. Men's $2.50 Jersey sweaters, now $1.59 Men's $5 all wool sweaters, Fargo knil now $2.98 Men's $1.50 union suits, now 98c Men's $2.50 union suits, now $1.38 Men's $3.00 union suits, now $1.98 Men's $5.00 union suits, now $2.85 MEN'S TROUSERS Warranted not to rip Men's$2.00pants,now $1.29 Men's $3.00 pants, now $1.98 Men's $4.00 pants, now.. $2.29 Men's $5.00 pants, now $3.95 After a bit you will hear tome people cay: "i wish I h«4 bought when you were having your big •ale."