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?r ik- if wiiii mi if ilfcyiw O. J. 2« LtM/fMHMCIM CO. r« SOAP! SOAP! SOAPt Flake White, best white laundry soap made—Friday O bargain, 8 for.../' GRASS CATCHERS. Heavy canvas sides, galvanied iron bottom, adjustable to fit any size mower sell at 98c 7^1/* Friday bargain BOOKS! BOOKS! A few slightly soiled books from our book department, sold at 5fte Friday bargain 15c CURTAIN STRETCHERS. Made so any size curtain can stretched: non-rust pins regular at $1.98 Friday bargain .. $1.72 BOYS' WAGONS Medium size toy wagon, wood bot torn, heavy metal Bides, sio'i wheels sell at $1.00 QQ —. Friday bargain £r v ALUMINUM SETS Aluminum sauce pan sets, four *»t the most useful Fizes this set sol.a at $1.75. Friday AO. bargain S#OC CUSPIDORS. Brown and green earthenware cus pidors sell regular at 2Gc. Fri day bar- 1 Qm gain *J\+ LAWN RAKES. A 24-tcoth wire lawn rake goo-1 strong handle. This Is a regular :0o rake. Friday bargain •••.•»••••••••••••• W Vw 3:00 to 4:00 P. M. NO PHONE ORDERS TAKEN CN FRIDAY BARGAINS. At 6 o'clock last night James K. Bingham, chief of the Fargo Police force, handed in his resignation to Police Commissioner J) H. Dahl. His resignation came as the result of an excellent offer made him yesterday by Frank S. Talcott, warden of the North Dakota State penitentiary, who was in Fargo on business. Just when Mr. Bingham will leave for Bismarck he has not yet decided. It will take, him several days to clean up his business affairs in the city. His position at the state institution will be deputy warden and should he de cide to stay, Mrs. Bingham will offi ciate as chief matron. Mr. Bingham has been a Fargo resi dent for the past twenty-two years, and during the larger portion of that time he has been a guardian of th& law. He has served as deputy sheriff, as constable, as an officer on the Far go Police force and for the past two years has been chief of the depart ment. He has proved himself to be on excellent officer and his resignation will be regretted by the many lovers of law enforcement. During his term as police chief he systematized the .•Work and put it on a high standard 04 BROADWAY av Go to Bismarck ft* s ¥r i|' PPKiiiii Fargs's Greatest Store WASH TUBS Galvanized Iron wash tubs, large size, sell at 75c regular. f* Friday bargain O %9 GARDEN HOES A good strong garden hoe that sells regular at 50c S& 1 t* Friday bargain CLOTHES PINS. Hardwood polished' clothes pins. Friday €\n ba~ T"ir. Af*T..,.. «l* Heur Special 9 to 10 A. M. ALARM CLOCKS. The "Sunrise" Alarm Clock will get you up on time eve y one knows the regular price the "Sunrise" Clock. For oi! hour. Friday bargain «... Lin-.'fo-l nil'' to 1 ELECTRIC IRONS. One of the best electric irons made. Guaranteed for life. Friday bargain $2.79 DUST PANS. Japaned dust pans that sell regu- Friday lar at 10c. bargain 7c SWEDISH VASES. Vases in this line up to $7.50 your choice, Friday QSXf* bargain fc/ C* V» GERMAN CHINA CUPS and SAUCERS. Three Patterns to choose from. Sell for 15c lisit six to a customs'. OK Hour Special irAituu o urtn.A j-iiioa *.-»rfEI making Fargo a town avoided by crooks. His friends declare him to Have been one of the most efficient men that has ever occupied a like position in the city. P. H. Bowler, who was captain under Mr. Bingham, was also ottered a position by Mr. Talcott. Mr. Bowler has not decided whether or not he will accept, but if he does he will oc cupy a position as captain of the guards. With Mr. Bingham's resignation went the report of the chief of police for the year. It follows: Bingham's Report. Annual report from chief of police to the honorable commissioners, city of Fargo, N. D. Gentlemen: Am sub mitting to you, herewith, for your con sideration, a summary of police serv ice from the first day of May, 1914, to the thirtieth day of April, ,1915, in clusive, as follows, towit: Arrests made during the time men tioned, 2,148. Causes of Arrest. Murder 2 Rape Robbery 1 26 Assault with a dangerous weapon 1 1L"k. MO TION Demonstrated at Carlisle & "Bristol's Friday from 2 p. m. until 5 p. day Saturday. Special instructions ill baking bread, roasting meats, etc. Hot coffee and biscuits served to ladies attending. Remember the place. 4,. .... v/'v... GARDEN TOOLS. The Basement store carries a full line. You save money at our regu lar prices. Ask to see our $1.25 spading fork. CI ft#* Friday bargain S70C LIQUID VENEER Justright Carpet Beater made of heavy wire, wood handle sells at 10c Friday 1 bargain, 2 for IRON FRY PANS. Can't be beat for frying steaks this fry pan sells at 45c regular. Fri day bar- "JQ gain OJ7C LAMPS. Electric lamp, art glass shades, complete with 6 feet cord sell at $5.95 Friday bargain $3.39 VASES! VASES! See our line of glass vases, glass baskets, etc. Our regular 25c value. Friday O bargains G* JL LAWN SPRINKLERS The Round Brass lawn sprinkler that sells always at F.Oc, Friday bargain...... .* A V NO PHONE ORDERS TAKEN ON FRIDAY BARGAINS. Burglary 6 Forgery .........t................ 8 Mayhem .. Sodomy 2 Unlawful cohabitation Grand larceny 25 Petit larceny .......... 45 Receiving stolen property ....... 7 Selling intoxicating liquor........ 14 Fugitive from justice 2 Passing a worthless check 1 Carrying a concealed weapon .... 21 Bastardy 2 Insanity 9 Obtaining property by false pre tense 8 Interfering with an officer ....... 2 Personating an officer .......... 1 Indecent exposure 1 Assault and battery ............. 17 Malicious mischief Bristol TUB FARGO FOEtnt ASTD DAILY REPTTBLICAN, TflTTRSDAY EVESTNft, MAY rA.'R&O, Jf. TAK.OTA the The one best furniture polish 25c size. Friday 4 bargain .,.•4.... J. VJC LAWN MOWERS. Ball bearing 16-inch lawn mower you can't buy a better $5.00. Friday bargain ... at $3.98 CARPET BEATERS. 7 Maintaining a public nuisance ... 14 Contempt of court 1 Non-payment of board bill 3 Fighting on the street 62 Drunk 829 Disorderly conduct ............... 228 Vagrancy ...*..329 Begging on the streets .......... 29 Gambling 37 Peddling without a license ...... 15 Soliciting on the street 35 Resorting to a place for immoral purposes ... 48 Keeping a house of ill-fame ...i. 2 Keeping a room for Immoral pur poses 1 Incorrigibility 1 Riding a bicycle on the sidewalk' 151 Exceeding the speed limit with an automobile 44 Recklessly driving an automobile 20 Driving on the left side of tfc» street 12 Breaking glass on the streets .... .4 Using abusive and Insulting las* guage 3 Violating pawnbrokers' ordinance 2 Riding a motorcycle on the side walk 2 Keeping a vicious dog 6 Violating the messenger ordl-* nance 3 Driving an automobile without' lights 1 Shooting in the city limits 2 Conducting in public dance with out a license 1 Dumping garbage on a vacant lot 6 Cutting corners of street with an .' automobile '9 Bootlegging 16 Cruelty to animals 2 Spitting on the sidewalk 1 Breaking quarantine 1 Total arrests ... 2,148 Other Services Performed. Accidents reported 88 Buildings secured, being found open 144 Disturbance suppressed 1 Fines paid by cash $5,321 Fines paid by commitment 560 Fines suspended by judge 159 ove m. and all FARGO, N. D. ''Lit v?.. '.£ M.T' Value of stolen property recover ed $3,57k Runaway horses and teams stopped..7 Sirk and Injured persons taken home 10 Sick and injured persons taken to station 29 Stray teams cared for 31 Stray stock impounded 3 Street lamps reported out—hours, 2,708 Fire alarms .given Intoxicated persons assisted home.. 3" Lodgings furnished ...1,901 I^ost children restored to parents... 45 Lost children taken to station 30 No. 2377. Moals furnished to prisoners .6,582 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHE Prisoners turned over to sheriff ..19:- Respectfully submitted, J, K. Bingham, Chief of Police. THE GOVERNOR'S LADY. Tonight at the Bijou Edith Wynne Mathison begins a three day engage ment in the paramount film The Gov ernor's Lady, a big feature. The peo ple of Fargo who have seen Miss Mathison in the legitimate plays in which she has become famous will be more than pleased at the chance to see her in the moving pictures. The Governor's Lady is a, story of a wom an's struggle to keep her husband for herself against the demand of his j'inbition and the woman who he thinks is best suited to advance his interests politically. It is full of heart interest and is a very strong play.— Advt. Our "JITNEY" Offer—This and Be. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.. Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup Foley Knd ney Pills, for pains in sides and back, rheumatism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic. Stout people en joy them.—advt. TO CALIFORNIA OVER THE "TRAIL OF THE OLYMPIAN" 8cenery and Service All the Way. This year offers the greatest travel opportunities that Americans have ever had. Unusually low fares West make it possible for one to travel farther and see more wonderful sights than ever before for the same money. In planning your western trip, there fore, do not try to save as much money as you can but try to see as much of the wonders of the Great West as possible for a moderate out lay. The North Coast route of the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway affords scenery in greater volume than via any other route. This is be cause it pierces through the heart of three great mountain ranges—the' mighty Rockies, the forested Bitter Roots, and the snow-capped Cascades. Gigantic feats of engineering have been necessary to do this, and the re sult is truly delightful. This route is called "The Trail of the Olympian," because one of the premier trains of the World—"THE OLYMPIAN"—is operated over it. This is an all-steel train, company owned and manned by company em ployees. A journey on "THE OLYM PIAN" is indeed an event, the charm pf which you will always remember— unchanging service amid constantly changing scenes. From Seattle and Tacoma you Jour ney south to California over the pic turesque "Rainer-Shasta'' route. After visiting the Expositions, you can return home direct from either Los Angeles or San Francisco, without change of cars, on the steel-equipped "PACIFIC LIMITED." Stop-overs are available wherever desired, and side trips can be made through Yellowstone Park, Rainier National Park and in Colorado. For time of trains, fares, illustrated literature and other information, ap ply to Local Ticket Agent of the Chi cago, Milwaukee 4b fit. Paul, i Ball •war. Garden Acres. With a city market assured the growers of garden produce and poul try, the demand for small acre tracts adjoining the city has caused us to plat 80 acres for that purpose, in 5 acre tenets. .advertisement this issue.. .: MoTtop Page. Pan Ametlcirn Meeting:. Washington, May 6.—The governing board of the Pan-American union held Its last regular meeting until next autumn. The commission of nine mem bers which is investigating questions of neutrality will continue its meet ings, however, and special session of the entire body may be called whenever the commission's report is completed. Vtfhooping: CoufM1. •When my daughter had whooping igh she coughed so hard at one time it she had hemorrhage of the lungs, vas terribly alarmed about her con ion. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough medy so highly recommended, I her a bottle and it relieved the ugh at once. Before she had fin ed two bottles of this remedy she s entirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. rimes, Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable •rywhere.—advt. Biff Canal Opened. Sig Eddy, Ore., May 6.—While bands ired and thousands on the banks '^ered, the Dalles-Celilo canal was rmally opened here late yesterday, e opening of the waterway means a e river from the mouth of the Co nbia to a distance 500 miles inland, e government has been working on for the last ten years. It cost 84, !),000. Yes—We Have It 1»t And we honestly believe thai -v "93" Hair Tonic the best hair tonic on the market— Urttlft. Sold only by us. i Fjrgo Drufl C*, 1 i 6, 1915. BANK STATEMENTS FIRST NAUONAL BANK At Fargo, in the State of S. bonds 8,750.00 Total U. S. bonds 178,750.00 Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to se cure U. S. de— posits 40,000.00 Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to se cure o s al savings depas its 8,000.00 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not in cluding stocks) o w n e u n pledged ...... Total bonds, se- ... eurities, etc.-V 1 s Subscription to stock of feder al reserve bank 130,000, less amount unpaid $15,000 15,000.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures ...... 27,985.00 Due from fed** eral reserV* Total coin and certificates ... 85,328.40 Legal tender' notes 30,000.00 Redemption fund with U. S. treas urer (not mdre than 5 per cent on circulation) 8,000.00 Due from U. S. treasurer ....# ,-£4.00 5,024.00 Revenue stamps.. 1,606.00 Total .$4,041,894.41 Liabilities. Stock Capital paid iflt ...... 4 Surplus fund '.. Undivided profits, Less current dis penses, inter est, and taxles paid '. Circulating notts Due to banks and bankers 1,454,595.1$ Dividends unpaid 96.00 Demand deposits: Individual de posits subject to check 1,16$, 141.09 Certificates of deposit due in less than 80 days 16,844.18 Certified checks 4,535.40 CaBhier'schecks outstanding .. 16,115.18 United States deposits 100,000.00 Postal savings deposits ...... 2,367.28 Time deposits: 880,000.00 200,000.00 *2,217.17 iio,000.00 Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days 407,880.18 Deposits sub ject to 30 or more days! no-. tice .......... 854,058.88 8,419,677.24 Total $4,041,894.41 STATE OF NORTH PAKOTA. COUNTY OF CASS, ss: I, G. H. Nesbit, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. G. H. NESBIT, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of May, 1915. (Seal) POMEROY SMITH, Notary Public, Caes Co., N. D. My commission expires Oct. 27, 1918. Correct Attest:— J. W. SMITH, J. a WATSON, E. J. WEISER, Directors. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Northern Savings BankSurplus «.J at Fargo, No. Dak., In the State of North Dakota, at the close of business May 1st, 1915. Resources. Loans and discounts 8686,004.44 Overdrafts, secured and un secured 164.11 Warrants, stocks, tax certifi cates, claims, etc 110,758.88 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 6,450.44 Other real estate ............14,421.02 Due from other banks 8121,818.11 Checks and other cash items ...., 9,639.34 Cash 24,188.97 1 58,091.42 Total .8872,889.81 Liabilities. Capital Stock paid in 60,000.00 Surplus fund 10,000.00 Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid .... IiWividual deposits subject to check.l 82,021.80 Time certificates of deposit 107,687.90 Savings deposits .. 526,243.82 Oertified checks .. 18.53 Cashier's checks outstanding .... 2,994.95 Due to other banks 191,116.82 909,083.22 3,806.59 Total 8972,888.81 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF CASS, ss. I, B. I. Keating, treasurer of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. B. I. KEATING, ... Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of May, 1916. (Seal) J. L. CLINE, co&£°AEi«!in Notary Public. e,plre"July li-1920 H. J. RUSCH, F. F. GRANT, ALEX STERN, Directors. 350 bushels choice Northwestern Dent seed corn Professor Bolley's germina tion test 89%, $2.00 per bushel, f. o. b. Mapleton. Extra charge for new sacks D. Brownlee. Mapleton, N. D. up it v 5« Jn New York, Chicago, and St. Louis Due from approv-r ed reserve agents in other reserve cities Due from banks and bankers (other than above) Exchanges for clearing house .. Outside checks and other cash items Fractional curren cy, nickels, and cents Notes of other na tional banks .... Lawful money re serve in bank: 187,884.18 A. bank 55,000.00 Due from ap proved reserve agents in New York and Chi cago 175,859.10 Due from ap proved reserve agents in oth er reserve cit-» ies 528,918.8$ 704,878.96 Due from banks and bankers (other than above) 214,814.89 Exchanges for clearing houfee. 27,882.74 Outside checks and other cash i items .' ^S.ll Fractional cur rency, nickels and cents .888.04 1,839.18 Notes of other national banks 12,055.00 Federal reserve notes 25,000.00 Lawful money re serve in bank: Total coin and certificates Legal tender notes Redemption fund with U. S. treas urer (not more than 5 per qent on circulation) Due from U. S. treasurer ....... Total «1 '-i No. 5087. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP FARGO NATIONAL BANK 1916. NorthiD??10K"' ta, at the close of business, May 1» l»io* ReaouttMS* Loane and dis counts (notes held in bank).., $8,470,086.13 Overdrafts uns#- mm** cured U. S. bonds dSr», ,• posited to se cure circula tion (par val ue) 100,000.00 U. S. bonds pledged to se cure U. S. deposits (par aaa aa value 70,000.00 Premium on U. Resource*. Loans and dis counts held in bank) ..$128,487.16 Total loans U. S. bonda depos ited to secure circulation (pair value U. S. bonds pledg ed to secure U. 1126,487.16 60,000.00 S. deposits (par value) Premium on U. S. bonds Total U. S. bonds.. S e curitles other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged Total bonds, secur ities, etc S u s i o n o stock of federal ree erve bank, 13,600.00, less amount unpaid, $1,800 All other stocks, including premi-. um on same .... Banking house, $35,182.11 furni ture and fix tures, $9,292.15 .. Due from federal reserve bank ... Due from approv ed reserve agents lO.OO&OO 1,508.2* 211.018.36 1,528.10 1,108.12 Certified checks. Cashier's checks outstanding .... U n i ted States deposits Time deposits: 275.88 8,813.58 882,738.41 Deposits subject to 30 or more days notice .... 18,802.69 18,802.69 Total 8885,015.96 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA. COUNTY OF CASS, ss. I, G. E. Nichols, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. G. E. NICHOLS. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before thiB 4th day of April, 1916. (Seal) J. A. ANDERSON, Notary Public Cass Co., N. D. My commission expires Jan. 10, 1816. Correst Attest:— M. HECTOR. S. G. WRIGHT, F. M. HECTOR. Directors. No. 834. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP The Scandinavian American Bank At Fargo, in the State of North Dakota at the close of business May 1, 1915. Resources. Loans and discounts 8416,819.8 Overdrafts, secured and un secured 447.8 Warrants, stocks, tax certi ficates, claims, etc 7,995.0 Furniture and fixtures ...... 4,7^1.8: Due from other banks 8 62,87X.|| Checks and other cash items ..... 6,809.49 Cash 30,418.70 100,098.3 Total $ 4 .8530,122.8 Liabilities. Capital stock paid in .... 000.0 I fund B.OOO.Q Undivided profits, less penses and taxes paid .,«« 4,696.2 Individual deposits subject to check.8161,618.85 Time certificates of deposit 275,405.18 Certified checks .. 166.28 Cashier's checks oustanding 4,492.81 Due to other banlcs 30,743.69 472,426.5 Total 8580,122.8 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA. COUNTY OF CASS. ss. I.. N. G. Eggen, Cashier of the abov named bank, do solemnly swear tha the above statement is true, to the bes of my knowledge and belief. N. G. EGGEN, ... Cashier. .u?Ur?£rLb® ?nMay, .d 8worn to before m* this 6th day of 1915. (Seal) N. J. BREVIG, Notary Public, Cass Co., N I My commission expires March 2. 19lt Correct Attest: H. J. HAGEN. LARS CHRISTIANSOJC, E. J. HEADLAND, Directors. Umpires With Shot Gun. Kansas City, May 6—A baaeba umpire who carries an automati shotgun is a reality here. Rosa Plasa tana, official umpire for the North Side poolhali teams. made 1 61,608.26 36,003.91. iff,008:81 4,500.00 85,608.84 44,177.62 68,781.46 18,850.88 1,179.18 V 4*4.** 844.75 14*67 18,680.30 2,185.00 jr'*' 8,500.00 ..8885,015.96 ^LlabllltieS. Capital stock paid in 80,000.00 Surplus fund '10,000.00 Undivided profits .8 18,778*if Less current ex penses, interest, and taxes paid Circulating notes Less amount on hand and in treasury for re demption or in transit Due to banks and bankers (other than above) .... Demand depoelts: individual depos its subject to check e rtiflcates of deposit due in less than 30 days 7,05240. 49,997.50 6,720.35 1.IA0.M 48,487.50 28,857.01 his debut yesteTday with his armament on th^ grounds just south of the courthous. The novel spectacle of a man stand ing in the center of the diamond pointing a shotgun at a runner whoio he is attempting to halt and send back to second base, because of a groun i rule providing that a runner take onl one base on a passed ball, attracted Prosecuting Attorney Jacobs as ho looked out of his office window Inquiry developed that Plasatan consented to be "official" umpiro only on the consideration that he bo allowed to carry something with which to defend himself. B»st Thing for a Bilious Attaok. -)n account of my confinement in the printing office I have for yeai been a chronic sufferer from indiget/ tion and liver trouble, A few a*o I had an attack that was lo severe that I was not able to go 1v the case for two'days. Failing to got any relief from any other treatment I took three of Chamberlain's Tablel and the next day I felt like a new Vltea H- c- "jsA Bailey, editc Carolina News, Chapin, S. C, Obtain able everywhere.—advt. 5 Jf V VK York, Chicagd, and St. Louis.. Due from ap proved reserve agents in other reserve cities Due from banks and bankers (other than i n 1 uded in above) Exchanges for clearing house. Outside checks and other casb items Fractional cur rcncy, nickels and cents Notes of other national banks Lawful money e s e v e i bank: Total coin and certi ficates, 930.— 049.00 legal tender notes* $15,000.00 .... Redemption fund with U. S, treasurer (not more than 5 per cent on circulation Due from U. S. treasurer .. Reveniio stampi on hand .. 1,800.00 44,474.26 1 v 4 *v pro. 8170. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THIJ Merchants National Bank OI Farso. N, l\, at th ness May 1, 1915. Resources.. Loans and discounts I Overdrafts, unsecured .... U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Premium on U. S. bonds .. Securities other than U. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged Subscription to stock of federal reserve bank ...$10,500.00 Less amount uil paid 000,00 u rniture and fixtures Due from Fed eral Reserve bank .. .. .. f. 16,000.00 Due from ap»* proved reserv# agents in NeJIT lose of busi-« 882,668.71 9.89 100,000.00 4,000.00 79,814.02 1,500.00 S,000.00 51,783.80 173,195.83 23.415.6S 18,842.43 7,084.21 814.66 6,705.00 Total 611.00 tarn** 5,000.00 4,000.00 600.00 81,376,433.33 Liabilities. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits 8 38,257.86 Lees current ex penses, inter est, and taxes paid 13,170.24 Circulating notes 100,000.00 Less amount og, hand and treasury for redemption or in transit .... Due to banks and bankers (other than included above) Demand deposits: 100,000.00 75,000.00 25,087.71 J.ioo.oo -:MOO.O) '•tm 176,20^.14 Individual de posits subject to check 556,081.17 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days Certified checks Cashier's checks outstanding .. Time deposits: 56,811.46 11,938.87 18,818*27 Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days 118,747.06 Deposits sub ject to 30 or more days' no tice 146,839.62 .1*47^446.61 Total 81,876,438.33 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF CASS, ss. I, S. S. Lyon, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. a LYON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before m» this 5th day of May. 1915. WILLIAM J. LANE. (Seal) Notary Public. Cass Co., N.TX My *MMBtssKn expires Nov. VJ918, ALEX STERN, N. A. LEWIS, W. B. HOWL AND. Directors. SEED CORN Northwestern Dent and Minnesota No. 13 graded seed corn for sale. Test 99 per cent 31.60 a bushel. Andrews Farming Co., Mapleton, N. D.—Advt. Now is lime Order fear coverings for Special prices on Dodge and \rd seat covers. No 1 covers, yray or blaok mohair, perfect til ing, can be put on by anyone. Oodge covers complete with top oot and kickpad..........«»$45 Ford covers complete with top ^oot and kickpad.. |25, $30 & $35 Other covers for larger machines it ..|55 A $65 C. C. ANDERSON Phone 2548 SS Roberts Street, Fargo, N. D. Heme Grown SEED CORN Acclimated Northwestern Dent and Bloody Butcher Seed Corn, picked in September, carefully selected and kiln dried. Bc/th prize winning strains, bred for heavy yield, early maturity and show ring quality. A. C. Test 99 per cent. Price, $2.00 per bush el. Special price on large quan tity. Sacks, extra 25o. Write for samples of this corn before you buy. H.R. MAPLETON, N, & Expert Barbers *'*"r at *, viking Hotel JARBER SHOP (Union Shop.) Give Us 'Pi Ct, rs* i£ ,f.,r k ,ic rV n a 1.