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Only Two Contracting Companies Bid on Paving of District No. 9
■■ • ■ 11 " " "" —————ii^——— — AamumMMMMft ffAF RtAVlll£h SfllfCKTl HAGGERT AND BIRCH OFFERS NOW AWAIT CHOICE OF MATERIAL Property-Owners Will Decide Whether Concrete or War- renite Is Desired CITY AWARDS NEXT MONDAY June Police Report Shows Bad Check for $103.95 Passed on Magistrate Allen Bids for paving district No. 9 in the northwestern section of the city were opened by the city commission, Mon day evening, and action was post poned a week, to give the property owners opportunity to sign petitions for whichever type of material they desire. ' But two bidders put in offers, the Haggert Construction company and 8. Birch and Sons Construction com pany, both of Fargo. The Haggert bid was 70 cents a cu bic yard for earth excavation; 12 cents for prepared foundation; $2.25 a cubic yard for sub-grade graveling; $7 for manholes or catch basis; 90 cents for straight curbs and gutters, $1 lor circular; 50 cents a foot for concrete headers; 6 cents a pound for extra reinforced steel; $2.45 per square yard for cement paving with reinforced steel; and warrenite on concrete base as follows; Two-inch bitulithic, na tural lake asphalt, $2.39 per square yard; three-inch bitulithic, $2.70; two-inch oil asphalt, $2.18; three-inch oil asphalt, $2.46; two-inch asphalt base, natural lake surface, $2.32. War rants, 6 per cent. The Birch bid was 75 cents on ex- cavation; 10 cents on prepared foun dation; $2.50 for gravel sub-grade; manholes or catch basins, $8; straight curbing and guttering, $1; circular, $1.10; headers, 50 cents; steel, 6 cents; concrete, $2.52. with 50 pounds of steel to each 100 square feet; warren ite, two-inch bitulithic, concrete base, natural lake asphalt, $2.54; three inch, $2.84; two-inch with oil asphalt, $2.35; three-inch with oil asphalt, $2.62. Warrants, 6% per cent. Private Paving Granted Petitions were granted asking for a *■ private driveway and sidewalk to lot **•: 3, block 6, St. Alexius sub-division, and for a sidewalk .for Jacob Jangula, 611 Eighth street. The petitioners in cluded a sidewalk for lot 2, owned by A. J. Weinberger, but as Mr. Wein • berger was no signer, the matter was referred to him a 3 to his wishes. Paid Fine With Bad Check Police Magistrate E. S. Allen re ported passing of a bad check toy $103.95 on the city in payment of a fine for driving recklessly while In toxicated. The law has taken up the matter with James Nick. The record of fines for the month of June was a total of $308.30, less bad check of $103.95, leaving $284.35, to which were added back fees of $78.95 collected, making total cash receipts of $283.30. Judge Allen added that $492.30 as sessed in fines in June was not col lected, being paid on the Installment plan in monthly payments. The bond of H. A. Thompson, in the amount of $562.02, for laying house connections for gas In the blocks to be paved, was accepted and filed. The royal the smallest of all cud-chewing aairaals, stands but ten Inches high at the shoulder The legs are but slightly larger than a lead pencil. Back to Health Gives Credit To New Konjola Cedar Rapids Lady Was 111 for Years—-Had .Remarkable Ex perience With Famed Medicine ‘Tor several years I suffered dread fully from stomach and bowel trou bles" said Mrs. Andrew Capernois, 1007 South Third street, West, Cedar MRS. ANDREW CAPERNOIS ; Rapids. "1 had little or no appetite l and what I forced myself to eat * caused pain and misery. I was rest . less and unable to sleep. Constlpa ; tion caused my system to become * filled with poisons and I was mlser ‘ able all the time. I tried a good many medicines but none of them Z give me more than temporary relief. - “A friend praised Konjola so high * ly that I gave this medicine a trial. * Almost immediately my food began to « digest better and my bowel action be - came more natural. I could feel my- Z self gaining strength. Today, after ; taking four bottles, I feel better than * 1 have lor years. Our home will * never be without Konjola and I wish u. others to know what this medicine * did for me.” *■ Konjola is that kind of a medicine, “ quick and thorough. It is at its best » In stubborn cases and even infants f can take it. From six to eight bot * ties are recommended as a complete Z treatment. * Konjola is sold in Bismarck, N. D, V *t Kill’s drug store, and by all the * best druggists in all towns throughout » this entire section.—Adv, # ‘ * OUT OUR WAY /" ■ fMO NOVA DOmTI \ X if, icv<. Y /NO WUK OOKlT» I / Messui-u\ / HOLD TW POL€. / 1 6EE rf ALU,WOVN/f \ l!yL evwEARJ I RIGvAT BACK O' HE Gr»T& BlOx ICY< T* jes>T UV<C I Tv-V HOt-€.,80 X \ Back' O* “TW* I KnockM* \X \ c’kj tell. BiCshtt J \ holE h\s Ball J\ im-toh a / “TH* HOLE / • \ vmoki’T OrO PA“bT VX»J Y poKJK * e l-* / I AT THE MOVIES I CAPITOL THEATRE Internationally famous as a wit and philosopher. Will Rogers has, surely, an ideal vehicle for the exploitation of just those talents in “8b This Is London,” his current starring produc tion for Fox Movietone, which will shortly be seen and heard at the Capitol theatre. Just teeming with wit, as would be expected from Rogers, It has too Its philosophic side for it gives the Ok lahoman an opportunity to discuss with Lumsden Mare, who plays the role of a titled Englishman, the in ability of people of different race to arrive at a complete understanding. To those who so thoroughly enjoved Rogers’ first audible production. ‘‘They Had To See Paris,” the seem ingly unbelievable has been accom plished in his second production for it is acclaimed in previews as far more entertaining than his first. Rogers portrays the roll of a wealthy mill owner of Texas who is urged by his wife and son to make a trip to England for the purpose of purchasing a cotton mill there. They accompany him. Rogers is a thoroughbred Texan with a keen dislike of anything Brit ish or savoring of England. On shipboard his son finds a ro mance with a young English girl and this, of course, brings chaos. After a series of hilarious scenes Rogers eventually purchases the mill, straightens out his son’s love affair and decides that the Britons are “pretty good folks” after all. Irene Rich, the adorable, is again Rogers’ Screen wife and this time Frank Albertson is his screen son. PARAMOUNT THEATRE Edmund Goulding, who wrote and directed Gloria Swanson’s great suc cess, “The Trespasser,” has written and directed a new story, “The Dev il’s Holiday,” in which that popular young actress, Nancy Carroll, is starred. “The Devil’s Hodilay” is Goulding’s first picture for Para mount and according to those who have seen this picture at a New York pre-view, his latest effort emerges as the crowning achieve ment of his screen career. It seems too that Goulding has muue a success of everything he has ever attempted. He wrote the well remembered New York stage success, “Dancing Mothers,” which played on Broadway for one solid year. He also wrote the best-selling novel of a few years back, “Fury.” He planned and wrote the first original musical play for the screen, “The Broadway Melody,” at its time of production a distinct innovation in audible enter- It costs only a few cents more to get the best in flours. We guarantee that you will make better baked foods with OCCIDENT, LYON'S BEST OR CLIMAX than from any other flour. Try a sack! If you are qpt satisfied, your grocer will refund your money without argument. Our money buck guarantee is an insurance policy with every sack. RUSSELL-MILLER MILLING CO. tainment. He was the “play-doctor” for the famous second act of the stage success, “Burlesque,” which later was made into a talking picture under the title of “The Dahce of Life.” And when that picture was made, Goulding was engaged in an advisory capacity. It was while “The Dance of Life” was under way that Goulding first saw Nancy Carroll at work. At the time he expressed the opinion that she was one of the most promising of the younger dramatic actresses in Hollywood. And so when he was re cently signed to a long term Para mount contract, he wrote the story of “The Devil’s Holiday” especially for this titian-haired star. Goulding is undoubtedly the mas ter of the dramatic situation. He builds up suspense and maintains it THIS BEATS JOB HUNTING While untrained workers are be ing “turned down” right and left, graduates of Dakota Business Col lege, Fargo, constantly walk into good positions. Vivian Hall starts with Northrop King & C°*» Moor head; Stella Hanson goes to Secur ity Insurance Co., Fergus Falls; Petrina Magnusson to Mills-Farop Auto Co., Park River; ZettaTray nor, to Hull Insurance Agency. Teachers! High School Gradu ates! Watch results of ACTUAL BUSINESS training (copyrighted —at D.B.C. only). “Follow the BucceßSful* * July 1-7. Write F. L. Watkins, Pres., 806 Front St., Fargo. 'fair: — r-fl! I Ilf I Bsw™ Increase Your Bank Balance! You expect to receive a good financial return from your crop. Pay the costs of harvest ing and add to your bank ac count. During the season you gamble that hail will not damage or destroy the crop! If it does, you may be ruined. Hail insurance, a policy issued by the Hartford Fire Insurance company, will pay for any loss or damage. .The cost of this policy is very nominal. Before hail cornea, and you never know when It will, insure —call me now for this protec tion. 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I ,1 Funeral Directors H Night Phone SO or Mt ■ Experience has with greater dramatic effect than ever before. “The Devil's Holiday” tells the absorbing story of Hallie Hobart, professional good girl, who scoffs at sentiment, scorns love, schemes to get more than her rightful share out of life. And she succeeds until un expected love enters her heart, love that sweeps hen headlong into a maelstrom of strife and turbulent conflict beford she wins happiness. It is a fascinating story with the character of Hallie Hobart splendid ly portrayed by Nancy Carroll. Nancy Carroll’s new leading man is the promising young actor, Phil lips Holmes, who contributes an ex cellent performance. Others in the cast are ZaSu Pitts, James Kirk wood, Paul Lukas, and Morgan Far ley. “The Devil’s Holiday” comes to the Paramount Theatre tomorrow for two days. Arrangements Made To Present Medal to Colonel Lindbergh Washington, July 1. —(A l ) Ar rangements for the presentation to Charles A. Lindbergh of the medal awarded to him by congress are about completed. President Hoover Is expected to an nounce a date for the ceremony this week. The treasury department and the bureau of the mint are ready to strike the gold die impression which will go to the famous aviator him self. Copies will be available for sale to the public. Identify Four Bank Bandits in Wisconsin Eau Claire, Wis., July I.— (JP) — Identified by police as the bandits who robbed the Bank of Sparta at SOUND ADVICE! WfeM tempted to ovar-lndulge "Reach for a j^^s! ■B M&mSm - •;.••*£ sJe- -.y^mm SB :?* .. j&U events their shadows Bemoderttc—bemoderate in all thing*,even in smok ing. Avoid that future shadow* by avoiding over* indulgence* if you would maintain that modern* ever-youthful figure. "Reach for a lucky instead." lucky Strlka* the finest Cig arette you ever smoked, made of the finest tobacco—The Cream of the Crop—"lTS TOASTED." lucky Strike has an extra, se cret heating process. 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