5J/JC f\ for 50x140 west front
4OOU age, 7th street S.
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W!M L-sn W r?v for i"' !'n3
THE AMtRLAND COMPANY
PHONE 670 609 N. P. AVE.
mm TO LEND
On first mortgages on Improved r^so
property and farms In Cass and ad
Q1& Front Street Fargo, N. D.
.YOU'UU DO BETTBB AT LUGEK'^,
Make The Porch Feel
As Comfortable As It Looks
It's easy. A few colorful grass rugs, a pretty
porch shade, some wicker chairs and a table, and—
it's done. We have a large stock arranged for your
inspection embracing besides the rugs and porch
Wicker, Reed, Willow, Sea Grass and Maple
Chairs and Rockers, Settees and Porch
Swings, and a fine line of Couch Hammocks.
Come and see how nicely these pieces of furni
ture can be arranged to harmonize with the spirit of
12-14 Bd7way. Established 1878. Fargo, N. D.
o o n e o n
ipwUDv Ave. and 6th St.
So1., 125X188, races on 6th and 5th
street. Build six houses for Invest
£2 AA 'or 50x140 east front
CpOVJv age, 7th St. south.
(J A for 50x140 east front
JpOD w age, 7th St. south.
50x140 east front-
ipOUv ige, 7th street S.
for 100x140 west
frontage, 8th St.
for 100x140 west fac
ing, 8th St south.
for 50x140 east facing
9th St. south.
(P A A for 50x150 south fac
9 *VV ing, 3rd av. S. (one
hiof-k car line), or $1,200 for
ffCfiA for 50x140, one half
yOvv block to ear line, 11th
Three fin© lot® on north aide ear
line, each 60x140 jj f\ f\
Three fine lota on rw/rib
line, each 50x140
Develop irg an.
lowest prices, best work and
prompt service, write us
price list. We want your mail
orders and guarantee sat
FARGO DRUG CO.
608 Front St., Fargro
9 IB''" i
S. & H. Cireen Trading 8tarr
with all purchases at the
ECONOMY DRUG COMPANY,
Corner Broadway and 2nd Ave.
u y worn
[HE RUSK AUTO HOUSE
Wfcy wt4 raTiefors »«r«T veyatvsf
Fargo banks will be closed all
day Friday, May 7th.
FARGO CLEARING HOUSE
B. W. Gearey, Secretary.
We develop© aau irint your
Seneca Cameras and Supplies.
W. Peterson Co.
Jewelers & Opticians.
Taxi and Auto Livery service at
NELSON BROS* PROPS.
Til! sell six—room modern home, 916
Tenth St. N., at a bargain. Renter's
lease expires June first, and I do not
want to be bothered with the property.
W. j. Trimble, Agricultural College.
Takes a 1912 Studebaker
Touring Car in first-class
shape. No. 73 eare For
Fer Dray er Express Wa^
on «ulok, responsible
FARGO BAGGAQI A
J. P. Coleman,
122 Robert St
Notice to Patrons
It has come our notice that cop
ies at the Fargo Forum are being
sold on trains from which the vot
ing coupons have been clipped, we
urge on all persons who buy the
Forum to see to it that the paper
is intact and refuse to accept any
copy of the paper that has been
FORUM PUBLISHING CO.
COMMISSIONER OF POLICE DAHL
PRESENTED NEW CURFEW OR
DINANCE AT MEETING OF CITY
COMMISSIONERS THI8 MORN
At an afljourned meeting of the city
commissioners held this morning
Commissioner of Police J. H. Dahl
presented a new curfew ordinance
which was read before the board and
put on its first reading. One ordin
ance was up at the meeting yesterday
but there were some changes desired
in it and nothing was done with the
proposition until this morning.
The new ordinance was Introduced
by Commissioner Dahl for the better
enforcement of the prohibition against
ehlld*en being on the streets late at
night and it Is the Intention of the
new commissioner of police to en
force the measure to the letter.
The text of the new measure, which
is under the title :An ordinance Pro
hibiting persons under sixteen years
of age from being on the streets, al
leys or public places in the city of
Fargo, at night, between the hours of
9 o'clock p. m. and 5 o'clock a. m., 's
Section 1—It is hereby unlawful for
any person under 16 years of age to
be or remain In or upon any of the
streets, alleys or public places In the
city of Fargo, between the hours of 9
o'clock p. m. and 5 o'clock a. m. unless
such minor is accompanied by the par
ent, guardian or other person having
the legal custody of such minor per
son, or the written consent from said
legal custodian be in the possession or
said minor of date when apprehended,
to the effect that said minor person
is in the performance of an errand or
duty directed by said legal custodian
providing, however, that when the
employment of said minor makes it
necessary to be upon the said street
or public places during said hours, a
general permit may be obtained for
the purpose from the chief of police
upon application by the parent,
guardian or pers6n having the legal
custody of said minor.
Section 2.—It is hereby made unlaw
ful for any parent, guardian or other
person having the legal care and
custody of any person under 16 years
of age, to allow or permit any such
child, ward, or other person under such
age, while in such legal custody, to
go or to be in or upon any of the
streets, alleys, or public places of
said city, within the time prescribed
by, or contrary to the provisions of
Section 5.—Penalty: Any person
violating the provisions of this
ordinance, shall, upon conviction there
of, be punished by a fine of not less
than $1, nor more than $5.
The ordinance repeals all ordin
ances or parts of ordinances that In
any way conflict with this new one.
A big feature bill at the Princess Fri
day and Saturday, Thomas Jefferson
in a. Majestic two reel feature, The
Fencing Master, with a strong cast
Including Teddy Sampson, George
Walsh and Frank Bennett. The scenes
are laid in France and all settings are
artistic, and attractive. The story of
the paralyzed fencing master who Is
roused to a point where he Is able
to fight a duel with M, Marode is new
and full of interest. The production
is much above the average In every
Charlie Chaplin's brother, Syd
Chaplin, in a Keystone comedy is a
scream all the way. Syd is just as
good in comedy as his brother, Char
lie, and will have you laughing all
the time he is on the screen.
Mack Sennet, the producer of this
two reel special Keystone, says that
Syd .Chaplin In Gussle Rivals Jonah, is
one of the best two reel comedies he
has turned out.
The Forum made a mistake in the
reading notice for the Isis last even
ing which caused some disappoint
ment to a large crowd who went there
to see the play Salomy Jane. Manager
McCarthy was showing a Universal
program and it was one of the best
of the year, but we regret that any
one should be misled by having their
anticipations disappointed when they
expected to see a certain film through
this paper and state here that the
article was written in this office and
should have been published on Tues
day evening but was crowded out. For
today and tonight and tomorrow the
famous play The ThTee of Us with
Mabel Talliaferro in the title role will
be shown. It Is a five reel feature
THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY EVENING, MAYS, 1915.
is one of the best features now being
shown. The work of Miss Talliaferro
is so well known to the theatre goera
that all can rest assured of a fine
WITH STANDARD OIL.
Mr. Lloyd Larson has accepted a
posltlr/n with the Standard Oil Co., ad
ding another to the colony of Ajker's
Business Colleg Btudents employed by
this company. A business training
opens the door to positions worth
We offer a guaranteed Spark Plug
for any car, three for One Dollar Call
in and see them. Open evenings. Mnil
orders promptly filled. Avallon Sales
Co., 36 Huntington Block, Fargo, N. D.
IT HELPS FARGO.
Formerly pupils went to school In
the Twin Cities because they thought
employment chances were better. Far
go and Dakota business men have
patronized Dakota Business College so
well that excuse does not now exist—
when you employ D. B. C. graduates
you help Fargo—you encourage other
pupils to come to Fargo.—publicity.
liMfriH, Fvgi, H. 0.
Typewriters—Ail maSes, Cor sale or
rent, Underwoods, L. C. Smith, Rem
ington, Oliver, Corona. Fullerton
Typewriter Exchange. Phone
A good cottage of five rooms, brick
foundation, cellar, porch, cement walks,
near carline in Oak Grove $950.00
A fine five-room cottage on, south side
on an east front lot good foundation,
cellar, chicken house and yard bar
gain at $1,150
W. J. Lane
jpjMM *Q&' AUAkJlKnk
TREADWELL TWICHELL AWARD
ED CONTRACTS FOR IMPROVING
ROAD WEST THROUGH CASSEL-
Contracts were let yesterday at a
meeting of the county board of com
missioners for the improvement of two
important highways In Cass county.
One Is for eleven "miles running west
through the county from near Maple
ton and the other^tn Durbin township.
Both contracts were let to Treadwell
The west road through the eounty
that will 1» Improved begins a mile
west of Mapleton and runs twelve
mlJes west through Casselton nncl
Harmon townshtpa and all this road
will be improved with the exception of
the mile throfeytfi thi" of Cassel
ton. The contract price is |3,®00 the
county to pay half and the townships
half of the expense,
The work to &k done In Durbin
township will be done with money
paid over to the county by Durbin, It
will be sixteen miles In length, It
will begin one mll^ |euth of Mapleton,
run one mile wwst, tlianee five miles
south. The other section will begin
at the southeast corner of section 26
of Durbin township and run west four
miles to the village of Durbin, This
contract was let to Mr, Twlchell for
The work to bo done en these roads
will be widening and dressing, They
have been main traveled roads and the
improvements to be put on them will
greatly better this condition,
The board adjourned to May 19
when the matter of the construction
of a bridge on the line between Ran
som and Cass counties In section 34
of Pontlac township, will be taken up.
This bridge will be close to the village
Miss BUlie Burke comes to the Far
go auditorium on Saturday, May IB,
In Jerry, the comedy by Catherine
Chlsholm Cushlng that was one of the
real successeg in New York last ses
son and in which Miss Burke has bean
playing to crowded houses nil this s_en
son on tour. Jerry, whom Miss Burke
Impersonates, is a young girl from
Chicago on a visit to her relatives in
a suburb of Philadelphia. She de
termines to get married and the man
she selects for a husband happens to
be the same man who had been engag
ed to marry her aunt for the last
twenty years. Of course, Jerry gets
him. The way she does it is amusing
and it is fully set forth In the play.
Jerry, by the way, is Miss Burke's
first American girl part and it suits
her precisely—better than any other
part she has ever had.
POSTOFFICE TO BE CLOSED.
The postoffiee will close. Fri
day, May 7, Arbor day, at 10:80
a. m., and will not be open again
until Saturday morning.
Carriers will make their usual
morning and evening collections,
and one business delivery only.
Carriers' windows will be open
from 8 to 10:30 a. m.,
Mail received and dispatched as
All other days, except Sundays
and holidays, the general delivery,
stamp window, parcel post, money
order and registry windows are
open from 7:30 a. m. to 9 p. m-
Electro Painless Dentists. Commer
cial Bank Building, 602 Front St.—
WITH LUMBER CO.
R. V. Melby yesterday- accepted a
position with the Dakota & St. An
thony Lumber company. Mr. Melby
prepared for his position by taking
Dakota Business College course. The
leading firms and business men of
this state hire D. B. C. graduates—ex
perience has taught them tfte advant
age of doing so.—publicity.
LET CONTRACTS CUTEST FOR
FOR ROAD WORK! WARD COUNTY
TON AND HARMON AND IN DUR
Q. W. Wilkinson,
Fine Home for Sale
We offer one of the finest eight-room south side
homes on the south side. This home has hot water
heat, fireplace, conservatory, beautifully decorated,
located on a magnificent east front lot 60x150. Tlie
finest shade trees in town within two bloc-
school, one block to carline
for quick sale
Reasonable terms. If you want a fine home see thL
HODGSON REALTY CO.
A E S
farms. The land is high with good natural drain
age and the soil is of the best-. Inducements to
those who have sufficient money for improvements
will be offered. v
Terms furnished on request. "y v
NORTHWESTERN COUNTY OF
FERS SPLENDID PREMIUMS TO
BOYS GROWING THE BEST
CROPS IN THE COUNTY—BEST
CONTEST YET OFFERED.
Ward county has put up the biggest
contest for boys that has yet been at
tempted by a county. Fifteen hundred
dollars is being offered in prizes. W.
A. Peck, county agricultural agent,
who Is sponsor for the contest, an
nounced the following conditions:
The boy, to enter, must be 14 to 20
years of age. He must farm seven
teen acres for three years, 1915 to
1917, Inclusive, with corn, wheat and
oats In rotation on fifteen acres and
alfalfa on the other two A record
must be kept of all expenses, includ
ing labor of raising crop. An account
must be kept of the income from the
crops. The awards will be made on
the basis of the largest net returns.
The boys will be required to follow
Instructions sent them by the county
agent, and the boys will be assisted
In disposing of their crops.
The prizes are as follows: First,
$250 second, $200 third, $150 fourth,
$1M) fifth, $75 sixth to fifteenth (10),
$50 each sixteenth to twenty-sixth
(9), $25 each. A silver loving cup
valued at $100 will be awarded each
year to the boy securing the largest
net Income from his seventeen 'acres.
At the end of the third year it be
comes the permanent property of the
one having the largest net inoome for
the three years.
The name of the contest Is Ward
County Boys' Farming contest. The
object of the contest is to promote
diversified farming through practical
When boys all over the county be
gin to demonstrate the value of a ro
tation of crops through carrying ou1
the conditions of the contest there win
be no excuse for the farmers nol
working their farms on the rotation
plan and thus secure the larger re
The eon test will do more than dem
strate the value of rotations. It Is
going to have a big Influence on every
boy who enters it, as he puts his best
wits to work to make his acres yield
the most, as he studies instructions,
gathers up facts to incorporate into
his work tilling the soil will become
a game, a fascination. They will learn
productive capacity of the soil and how
to bring It forth, and they will be
come attached to the soil. They will
not want to leave the farm for the
city. They will become leaders in the
farming of tomorrow. They will know
the value of science in farming, of
farm management, of marketing, of
co-operation. This is the kind of
work the better farming movement
has set in motion.
You Can't Brush or
Wash Out Dandruff
The only sure way to get rid of
dandruff is to dissolve it, then you de
stroy it entirely. To do this, get about
four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon
apply it at night when retiring use
enough to moisten the scalp and rub
It in gently with the finger tips.
Do this tonight, and by morning
most, if not all, of your dandruff will
be gone, and three or four more appli
cations will completely dissolve and
entirely destroy every single sign 'and
trace of it, n matter how much dand
ruff you may have.
You will find, too, that all Itching
and digging of the scalp will stop at
once, and your hair will be fluffy, lus
trous, glossy, silky and soft, and look
and feel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid arvon at any
drug store. It is inexpensive and nev
er falls to do the work.—Advt.
This Is to certify that the Hick
Myer Deflectors have passed our po
lice regulations as to glaring lights
on automobiles, when same 'are prop
Dated, Fargo, N. D„ May 3, 1915.
J. H. Dahl,
Commissioner of Police.
Lonn. PHO^F! VI"
joining the city, and
facing on the new
we have five-acre
tracts to offer foi
poultry or truck
Per Tract $750.00
25c Sal Hepatlca,
25c Rexall Liver
25c Bromo Seltzer,
60c Syrup of Figs,
50c Doan's Kidney
pills, our price.
60c Rexall Kidney
26c Rexall Medicated
Skin Soap .......
25c Woodbury's *g
the pound *.***¥
25c Colgate's y
Shaving Stick, fo*.....
25c Colgate's Shaving
Two Big Bargain Days
fARfiO DRUG CO. I ECONOMY DRUG CO.1
•OS FRONT STREET 134 BROADWAY.
for Friday and Saturday, May 7th and 8th
IVADV CHAP 6c IVORY SOAP, 2 bars for Cr
Cakes to a
60c Wyeth's Safe and
Both for only
Week End Specials In Drugs, Etc.
60c Rexall Compound Cherrv
Quart Cai Cedar
7So Jad Salts, Kir,
our price VUt
$1.00 Lydia Pinkbam's Vtsctab'o
$1.00 Kodol for
4-ounce bottle Peroxide, Cert
fled and guaranteed
standard JL VJtJ
16-ounce bottle Peroxide, Crrti
fled and guaranteed
With the purchase of a $1.50 "American Lady** Ccdnr
Total value $2.50.
This is Extra Choice. Try It.
Week End Toilet Specials
Azurea Toilet fQ O
25c Colgate's •••Tooth
25c Rexall Tooth
25c Packer's Tar
Pinaud's LUas de Franco Toilet
50c Solidform Alcohol Cooking Outfit. 39c
Special In Teilet Paper
10c Roll Toilet paper, our rctru lar
10c rolls, 4 rolls
To protect your hands, a nd guaranteed to wear.
taC p.Tlr Ttorbury Rubber CJloves
$1.50 Maximum Rubber Gloves 98c
last, with one dollar's
15e Red Cedar Flake
Compound, the package
Moth Proot Bags FREE
Fresh Made, Dainty Sweets that will Tempt any Palates
60c one pound Jordan "?A_ $1-00 box Johnston's
Almonds for ....ailFC T-R-I-A-D ...# SrC*
60c one pound
Sevilla Jellies, Regular Soc a pc/und, special^
Friday and Saturday
60c Cadet Pure Cream Caramels, Assorted,
Friday and Saturday, per lb. ...
BABY FOOD, SPECIAL CUT PRICES
60c one pound box Sugar of Milk,
60c Horllck's Malted Milk for 46o
$1.00 Horllck's Malted Milk. .91c
Shaving Stick, for
Shaving Powder, tOf
Shaving Cream, fof»+Vi
Pure Imperted Olive Oil
29a atte-half pint full n-n-ure
Oil, our price ....
60c one pint Pompelan A
Olive Oil, our price ....
$1 one quart Pompelan O
Olive Oil. oqr price ... .€# JL
2.00 one-hair gallon Fompeia
Olive OH, 4
$4.00 one gallon. Pompelan Oliv
Oil, our 4
25c Mention's Talcum
25c Colgate's Talcum
25c Rexall Talcum
60c Pebecco Tooth
60c Hind's Honey and
85c Rexall Cream
of Almonds ..........
25c Pond's Van
10c Barcelona Castile
Soap, 4 cakes for
15o Fbr Swatter will out-wei
•any other A„,
kind made JL w
department in our store, one Moth Proof Bag FREE.
These Moth Proof Bags protect clothing, wraps,
clothing and robes from nvoth, dust and soot.
Guaranteed Candy Speeiais
60c box Liggett'*
50c CREMANT LORIOT 39c
75c Mellin's Pood ....69c
60c Mellin's Food 46c
$3.75 Horllck's Malted Milk, hos
pltal size ......
80ME VERY INTERESTING
Soaps and Shaving
25c Krank's Lather
26c Rexall Shaving
60c Rexall Shaving
BRING U8 YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS. YOU ARE 8AFE WHEN
THEY ARE FILLED HERE.
FARGO DRUG COMPANY
Phone 739. 124 Broadway.
Front St Free
ECONOMY DRUG CO.
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