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Gaaies Yesterday.
eland-r- H. B.
A .. .. .. 9 0
Tl®s: ^ColumbuB, Robertallle and
MlnneapolU.^Ford and Yeager.
a!"»
waZ~
1.
C4&FA
0 1 0 2
eries: Cleveland. Rhoades and
BtLouIs. Howell and Rickey.
etrolt— ft E
9 1 4 4
2 6 2
Cries Detroit. Mullin and Payne
'O, Altrock and McFarlai|d.
R. H.
6 12
ew York—'
ork
elpbia. .w..:. 5 2
enes: New York, Clarkson. Orth
einow Philadelphia, Dygert and
At R. H. E.
6 9 1
iries": Wasifli'"'
8
Boston.^
gton, Kitspn anil
inter, Harris and
NATIONAL LEAfll|EJS|fc|
STANDING OF THE CM7B9,
York
4 778
6 7
6 '^625
9 friJ^SOO
10 5i'S^44X
9 ,§sfe-438
9 318
14 222
Games Yesterday.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
STANDING OF THE CLCB8.
R. H. B.
"... .. 5 6 2
8 1J 3
rles: Toledo, Kinaella, Comnltz
bott St. Paul, Parkin and Drill
SPOBTINO^COHHENT!
Winnipeg is assuming metropolitan'
with its ball grounds.. A.skinned
diamond, |10,000 grand stands, dress
,"# I
inS
rooms for playerB and all the rest
g3i|yS| ®gft*tures sound like big league biisl-
~ii-' le
C1, Tie ground^, of the Maroons are to-
located in connection with the Hap"
.Pyland Amusement company,
When a pitcher goes to the bad- in
Winnipeg they can take up a collection
and send him out to go the rounds of
th^ ciwnival, bumping the 6umps,
the shoots, looping the loop,
-the circ, and jumping the.
Betwden innings, the fans can duck
out and see ''Mamie, the Wild Girl,"
.v take a ride oyer, the scenic rail-'
Outside the grounds, they will have
'if• the usual "barker." "Just going to
begin! The big show! Right this
way. ladies and gents." See the
J8 wipe the ear,th with the White
Pitchers eaten alive while you,
wait! See the )Mb^oons, the human
re busters! Just about to begin!
biggest and best show' on the
—Jids!"
N
That's baseball with all the modern
improvements and variations. It's a
way they have in' Winnipeg.
..iHerald: The names of some
of the Hdhcock ball players seem al
ost too good to be true.
S a a is a A a 6
?B southpaw, but that doesn't give
any hint as to his nationality.
names
yon
Pet.
if
want to, and five times out 6f ten
uus corner lot mpn frbm Chicago are
just as good as the minor leaguers.
They play fast ball in Chicago, even
of the Cubs and the White
it's no disgrace-to come from:
City. A vacation up among
of Minnesota and Michigan
soft pipking, but they, ought
le fans.next and not put-up a
that* ...
...^......
NOTES OF THE LABOR WORLD
A Last year the Piano and Organ
Workers' union paid benefits aggre
gating more than $35,000.
Trade unions of Christiana, Norway,
Jave building for a large
ymvuqmu uutiuiug iw laigo
temple,'which, when altered, will have
cost nearly half ,a millloja dollars.
President 'iHenry Blither of the To^
bttcco Worker^' International onion
has JUst concluded" a successful or-
irf Duffy of tite Unified Brotherbood jbeguii/»n Investigation of the ben
'61 Carpenters and Joineri shdVvthat eficlal/featui'e pf labor anlons and is/
tr-l-??':. the organicatipn now has a total mem^- 'igathering statistics on -sick and
:mi, bersh'ln of 181417 sciStt«(«d thrniidM- de^th-beneflt* paid andvthe o)d. age
pension system vrhich^some of the
uiv uigMiifimfvu uvw UM wyu luoili*
bership of 1Q1^17 scattered through*
ont the United States, Canada, Porto
OOUNT.TH® WORDS IK THIS PARA
the
«r*Pfc: ben write
|Wi won irn
Bent In the mim
Wtlt wtu cflityoi
It _under tnis heading 1
week? |t.00 per month.
7TL
I*W
s.•
IB,
.... 7
.. 4
t. Louis— R. H. E.
!fii
4 4 1
at! 9
Ties: St. Louis, ^Brown and
Cincinnati, Welmer and Scheblie.
Phlladelpllla-— R. H. E.
ilphia.. 10 0
yn .. 4 io
tries: Philadelphia, Duggleby*
key and Dooin Brooklyn,Strick-
tonuB and Bergen.
oston— R. H. E.'
if
ork
S
terles: Boston. Peffer *nd O'Nell
fork, Taylor, McQlnnlty and Bow'
I* Pet.
4 714
6 .,626
6 j671
7 .^633
tiwaoo.
8 I- #467
376
28«
8
6
7 .v., a
4' 10
.Games T'Mterday.
dlanapolls— R. Hi E.
^polls.. ..T 4
DISEASES OF WOXEN AND
^OENEBAL SUBfiEON
OIBoe mi
Over
Stanchfleld Store
7
I City..,.. .. 9 12 5
Ties:, Indianapolis, Crowlby and
fansas City, Cycatte and Wea-
At Columbus— I R. H. a
2 7 1
pollft S 10 0
TAILOBOte
ill KUi el Ladle*' aid Seat's Cloth
lag. Clentag a4 Pretiing.
Trl-State «16R
N. W. 661L
WORKING DAY AND NIGHT
Fir«t Clan Cleaning, Preiiing an{
..
D. BOOBES, Prop.
N. W. 7WL Trl-State,757L
Cor. Kittson Ave and Third St Grand
Porks, N. D.
ft?
SHOE REPAIRER.
FRED SMITH '•&
S
For example, the Copper country,
give out thq information that
_n Goulette is going rtQ twirl for
Br one that ^Manager Wreath,
[lied Is "Sis Hopkins."
claims to ha,ve lined up Wil­
liam .Rick a catcheif* from Duluth.
.Doluth pleads not guilty.
"Sis Hopkins" claims to bail from
Bock and vto'have played in the
jrn league, but the records don't.
It
Of course there is no reasoii why
lot players from Chicago
—adopt fantastic
JJRSSnK
1
your advsrtise
iumber of woi
—. -Jorthweetera Min-
(?.••'• i_»vu» pay to hua tiers. Ad*
Tfop Evening Time#, Grand
APPRENTICE! WANTED—A YOUNQ
man who has worked two or three
years at the printing business can
«•. KObd chance to complete
Hie trade-by applying to foreman of
The Evening Times Job room at once
union office.
WANTED—DISHWASHER AT HOTEL
Dacotati.
PHY8ICIAN8 AND 8URGHONB.
JOHN FAWOETT, M.A., M.D.
'r:\
re
THX EXPERT SHOE BEPAIBEB
Inr Work Solicited.
Trl-State 218M 9 4th St &
THE Iadepeedeal Haas
factsrial sad Wholeaalt In
a at as ha a ah a
Gltj vol 6raa4 Fork* the
awat faaMas is the North-
jWEH BOTTLING ISSOU
Importers, Manufacturers and Job
bers of
CilCONAUD BEVEM6BS, CIDEIS, BALIS
SAD MINERAL WATERS
"Drink PBRFBOTO HALT," a health
ful, refreshlnc beverage, bottled by us
only.
6nad Fsrka,
«,*
:lTv,r
gr
If yon want to iray or sell
If you want help or want employment
If
went to sell yonrhouse
If yod waint anything ft
HHp -trAmvD—ujkJum.
Eft
tt you $6 cent* to lnee:
heading! day $1.00
WANTED—BOY8 TO
The Evening Times tn
North Dakota and Norti
CANVASS FOB
every town' in
Phone Ml
DR. J. GRASSICK
OHee Nodli western Baiidlng
Comer DeMers Avenue and Fourth St
S. W. R|JTLEDQE
-V HOMEOPATHIC
n^ikiund Sorgeoa
,v
IK S. Third St. Brand Porks, N. D.
OST^»PATHS.
DR. ORR SANDERS,
D^. MAYEfSANDERS,
Chronic and acute .diseases success
fully treated. Treatment at home
if desired. Suite 56, Security
Block. Both phones 542.
Grand Forks, ,5. B.
A
TAILORS.
PAUirOEIUM
Ingalls House Annex
No.
Dak
H. J. MONLEY
S
AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES
Hail Order* Fitted 6aad Foils, V. D.
"N
m0
Guarantee Stock Food Company
Incorporated
Capital Stock. $90,000
Manufacturers of Stock Food, Poul
try, Food, Worm Powder, Lice Killer,
Heave Cure, Pink Bye Remedy Fever
Cure, Colic Cure, Qall Cure, Foot Rem
edy and White Liniment.
Carbonated Bevtraies, Fhosphates,
Fopataln Syrupa
an4»ttKindsiofFla»«BS
Siders, Malts and Seltzer Waters
N. W. Fheae 105B4. Tribute Fhese 816
Orand'Forks, No. Uak.
—labor at Washington
If a fat
w:r
HELP WANTMP—rmtAlif.
COUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PAR A
araph: then writ* your adverase
ment ln the same number of words,
and It will cost you 1 cent* to Insert
It underthle headtncl day 11.00 a
%eek ts.00 per month.
WANTED—NIGHT- COOK AT ROU
tler 8 restaurant. Devils Lake woman
Rreferred.N.Address
Gus Koutler, Dev-
8 Lake, D.
COMPOSITOR—FOR STRAIGHT MAT
ter either man or woman permanent
position good-wages write now.
American, Lakota, N. D.
HOTS' EXCHMIGE OHUIII
Boys, who are natural swappers, caa
use this department for the (SwhansS
?r P.r. "ale or want ads. you have
hnse,
or to sell, write
Tbe Evenlna Times, d«Mrtbln« what
25
1}*ye
and what you want, and ws
will insert an ad two times for II
C€»t«, Bncloce tbe dint In your letter.
TBNT8 AND AWNlNGa
DON McDONALD
TENTS, AWNINGS, SHADES
Waterproof Covers for Harvesters
ThreshervMd Grata Stacks
Cor. DeMers and Fifth.. Grand Pork*
N. D.
WILLIAM
ZIMMERMAN
1BCHITECT
Hinet, I. m.
R. H. Rosard. Gea L. Ryerson.
BOSARD & RYERSON
1VTOHNETS AND COUNSELORS-AT
LAW.

MohaUtBT. D. Lec Bl*ck, Mlatt, N. D.
NORTHERN NEWS GO.
News-depot for all. the best dally and
monthly magazines and papers,
monthly, daily and Sunday.
lee Creaai, Clear* aad Soft Driak*
NORTHERN NEWS CO.
Mrs. J. H. Burk, Manager,
205 North Third St.
PRINTING.
A. C. REINEOEE ft COMPANY
S CUfferd BaUdlas, Giaad Farks.
Beth Ploni
an.
No other prlatlas eatabllahmeat In
the Northwest has mrowa as rapidly as
oars. Business nore than TREBLED
In the past 14 ntonths. No house (grown
without a good rfniM-. Wt DELIVER
THE GOODS at RIGHT PRICESwand
are PROMPT. THAT'S WHY WE
GROW. Deal with a (nmln( house.
We repair typewriters RIGHT.
We are agents for MEILINK SAFES,
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST for the
money. Broadest guarantee. Write for
FREE catalogue.
O.YOUNG
Wholcaiale Fsrsihrre Flaaoa, Carpeti, Sewia^
H.chiacs, Baah sad Office Firsilsrt
UWr-ill goath Third St."'
Grand Forks, North Dakota
GRIND FORKS TRUMANI) |t)I FACTORY
J. ROSS, Preprielor
RIINKS. BAGS AND VALISFS
Sample Trunks and Cases. Made to
w-
Beth'Pkoaee
lWh
Vi
GfeAim FORKS, N. D,
DAKOTA BOTTLING WORKS
Importen, Msnnfsnturers and Jobbers of
THE
NEW YORK
'\W-.
Hotel and
^Restaurant
la tka only
RESTAURANT
In Grand Forks
l£it haa aolrsi the eetisOnUM
Eyerythlnii Always
f||?'"" Ready
Everything the
Very Best
?tv
Everything Glean
fPd New
-V,
ale
flMdjil Usaer, D|4r
WTiJiilallis Bchtta 94
Niwtfsialahid le«SMHrawathl
THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D.
FOR BALE.
iV 1
FOR SALE—A B-YEAR-OLD,
city-broke drlvit. norse, weight
about 1100 pountls, 1 a rubber
tired runabout, with hn "ss.. Inquire
at Grand Forks Realty Company.
FOR SALE—THE HOUSE AND STORE
property oWned by K. Golden & Son.
K. H. JOHNSON
WALL PAPEB AND PAINTS
r^perhanhig,x
Sign aid Frew* Work
.Both Phones 833N
Grand Forks
106 4th St 8...
North Dakota
ARCHITECTS.
J. W.ROSS
ARCHITECT
aid Saperlntendeat of Centtraetlea
OOce
1H8. Third St. Grand Forks, N. D.
R. L. SMITH
ARCHITECT
Both Phones National Bank wmMtug
W.J.EDWARDS
ARCHITECT
Northwestern Building, Qrand^Forks,
N. D. Northwestern Phone 466L.
MONUMENTS.
GRAND FORES MONUMENT
WORKS
B. JEFFREY,
For til lists of lask, CosUttisI
Scrn iros. Copper sad Inn, Old
AAssr Boots sad Show, U|
Minot,
0isD
Iiadi, sad etties.
Special frlte for Car Load
M. FISHMAN
N. W. fkoie B17-L
Ed. Miencier
flENEUt-
Gontractind
Building
NeDe
purpose of
(pages
-—thinar in or
tort Notice.
Order.. Wejmake anj£thin£ ltf'Our Line!
°r«n°h.CTiard St.
Repairing^ Done on
Vi In
PO&TION WANTED.
ADS UNDER THIS HEADING WILL
bo Inserted 1 week without cost.
It you are out of work or want to
change your occupation, send in your
copy, or 'phone N, both 'phones. Re
member, wants under this heading
Inserted absolutely free.
WANTED MRS. BURLINGTON IS
prepared to do flrst-class dressmak
maklng at reasonable prices at 120M
South Third street.
WANTED—BY ENGINEER, A
82, Kiiox, N. D.
Posi­
tion as stationery ar traction engi
neer good ^license and good refer
AddreBa L.
A.
Graham. Box
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSE
keeper In a town preferred. Address
Box 687, Larlmore, N. D.
WANTED SITUATION BY YOUNG
man who understands book-keeping
and stenography, desires position in
store or real estate office flrst-class
references gven. Address "J.
Evening Times.
AN ALROUND PRINTER AND NEWS
jt mil A CiXV Ail iiciWa"
paper man wants position. Capable
of taking full charge of busfnes
mechanical and editorial manage
4UI1
mechanical and
lUlolj.
Proprietor
Heaameits,
Headstones, Cemetery
Fencing
Trl-State 292L 424 DeMers Ave.
Grand Forks, N. D.
CASH
of
business,
manage-
Sllf' 5F reporter on city
v-v." vtrw"1'?, rupurier on city
Time's
688
°are
Gt
Eveninf
WANTED—POSITION AS BOOKKEEP
Tf'by young lady who Is now holding
a. position In big wholesale house
In St. Paul want to locate somewhere
In North Dakota best of refer
ences moderate salary will be ao
eepted to begin. Address R., car*
The Evening Times.
WANTED—POSITION BY AN EXPER
ienced dry goods and general store
man. Care Evening Times.
WANTED—YOUNG LADY DESIRES
position as stenographer or book
keeper. Address Box 36, Grand
K?,o,
N- D"
or cal1
telephone No.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
PETERSON ft PAULSRUD
Portrait, Commercial and Laadseape
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Phone Tri-State 391L. 200 S. 4th St
Grand Forks, N. D.
MISCELLANEOUS.
H. F. Maloney
PRACTICAL
PLUMBEB STEAM
AND GAS FITTER
Estimates riven on all Plumb
ing and Halting Contracts.
Prompt attention given to re
pair work. Shop 318 DeMers
Avenue. Both phones 408 M.
HOTELS.
Columbia Hotel
AND RESTAURANT
Get your lunches here white
waiting for jour trains::
Open Day and Nitfht
OSCAK KNPDS0W, frop'r
Rates: $1 and 11.26 per day
GRAND FORKS. N. DAK.
Opposite G. N. Depot
COMMERCE OF OUR CITY
BUSINESS PROCLAMATION
When improvement in business conditions warrants a
commumty declaring its prosperity to the world at large
increasin®
general confidence, it is fitting
that the representative commercial interests of that com
munity may become known abroad the great Northwest and
thereby enhance the, value of its progress.
Therefore we desire to proclaim through the following
daily, that there, has been rapid improvement in
J^ess conditions in Grand Forks and that today no city in
the Northwest can offer present advantages' or future pros
pects to manufacturers, investors and home seekers that are
more attractive than those offered by the City of Grand
Forks, North Dakota.
Congress Candy Company
,Grand Forks, North Dakota
C. P. W1SNER 1:*
Manufacturers' Agent
Feed Milk, Aenrter Wlafaills, Oaaeli.e Es
#Ma, Feeiitsa Stesa Es^faies, rasiph,
Aemotor BiiravreeHeu Steaa Nona
Grfnd Forks. .North Dakota
"Want ad. gumption" Is n£t a sixth
sense—it is a sort of art of living with
l^st annoyance, least fretting, least
friction. -v
v-—-—
Hdw oid'does a man have to
Ceejlete aad Up4o-Date Caady Factory is the Norihwaat ....
get to
stop turning around to look at a
pretty girl?
ia barber "has occasion to/flat
1 man he asks him.
a hair-cut
has beotime, of the 4ld-fMh
man who .said, In abusing a
neighbor: "He hasqt the sense to
was born with?" .-..s--
Rasmnssen, Bemis & Company
Wholeaak
Dry Goods. Notions, Etc.
GIAND F0I1S N. DAKOTA
What should a woman do when her
hnsband shows eigne of getting away?
It she .pretends to notice, hffls pretty
sure tb escape, and if she acts up he
is liable to run away.
•kToncs tr stmsmoa or
ALL
otrrsTtsDiss «*sr
N wnswi sue rea can sosos or um
KOSKS QUI ASS
suonio coWAar,
OKASB MXNT
6pmt*ulbopUcth»
fork* Om BUdrie ConiMuijr *ecur*t by it* mortftf* to
MiUVumNSmh fttBomoOr Ha»i Triittt, dated MfL
im,ar*tMrcbf nc4iB*d, thaLtonmnt to tba righSreemed
a Aitfcto 8 atul* —rt—iMM Oraad tmrkt Oas Md Bm-
Iris Oiwfiny —1Uto*ithmptioa rt andsocrwd hrtwwl
ORthi iid«»)f ot lily. lMtthi ww isMRiltlboRlimV
liail^. Jwlag fcri— fawsbawRd Tl t&Ht todoahr^ tar
ll^AdTlillkRjiniltiiliiwt aadpald st«lw«!•
0M«tfS.B.SolltMiiaid8aa^TMalRRkl*XOkSvM^ Bottom,
HH. wldlwdi iritf
9LMvMdlMa. 'LALN«HEA«ld
heads UMU
•oMw,nm,AtfQ».l«M.^
FOR RENT.
COUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PARA
graphi then write your advertise-*
ment in the
MOM
week
ntunber of wordk
Md It will coet yon II s^U to Insert
It under this heading 1 daj tl.DO a
IS.00 per month.
FURNISHED COTTAGES FQR RENT
at Maple Lake, season of 190C: One
cottage at $60 three cottages at HO:
two cottages at $35. W. G. Smith,
S14 South Third street. Phone 404L
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS, Upl
stairs modern furnished or unfur
nished. Apply to «S1 North Fourth
street.
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS SUITA
£.'e for light housekeeping modern.
No. 312 North Fourth street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT—
Close Jn. 319 International avenue.
F0R
.!^N'IF-TW0 FURNISHED ROOMS
with bath and gas. Enquire 517 Uni
versity avenue.
WHSSEIi~-:PURNMHBD
ROOM AND BOARD
COUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PARA
write your advertise
®e.n' '5.,the same number of words.
y2?
J* cents to lnseri
J* "£?e.r.lhls headlng day SI.01 a
week: 93.00 per montlL
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL
French American dressmaking
school. Up to date dressmaking and
ladies' tailoring. Good Inducements
to apprentices who enter now. Day
or evening sessions.
130 §. Third St. .Phone N. W. 367M.
CUTTING SCHOOL.
TWIN CITY CUTTING
SCHOOL.
We teach cutting, draping, and the art
or making men's garments.
„,^u„b„I.ls,h
a
reliable and authentic trade
journal known as The Twin City Tailor
and Fashion Journal. Send for copy.
Wf occupy 4,000 square feet floor
space for our new coat, pants and vest,
shop. We cut, trim and make garments
west1®
ant tal,ors aU over
DOWNEY A PTKms. Paore
Floor* Feed* Bay and
Wood of All KlnJjp
N. R.TMM
MUKWL
Piv
4-i
ROOMS FOR
Iifftit housekeeping, or would con
sider small furnished cottage. Ad
dress S., Evening Times.
the North-
Write today for catalogue.
Coraer Heaaepla Ave. aad Eighth St.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
FLOUR AND FEED.
The City Feed Store
I ATB
GRAND P0RE8L H. O
McGOEY & HANRAHAN
Electrical Contractors
Estimates Furnished
Repair Work Promptly Attended to
Office 10 S. 3rd St.
Both Phones 525
Grand Forks, N.
Leave Orders
PHONE RICE'S TRANSFER
TOR HACKS. DAT OB NIGHT AND BAG
GAGE WAGONS AT ALL HODBb.
416 DeMm^Avft0"*
PHONE 602L
1F YOU
GRAND FORKS REALTY GO.
INVESTMENT RANKERS
SECURITY BUILDING
Booses For Sale and Rent. Fire Insurance, Honey to Loan
C17nn NEW 6 ROOM HOUSE
MlXaUU on Walnut street back
plastered. Easy terms.
VtlUVh
C|7FTN NEW 7 ROOM HOUSE
gxuu
PA0E81VIJT
A
•ti&sar
OFFICE J1ATUJUM.
°bws!
It under tl
e5E M.
00
THE EVENING TUCKS HANDLE*
all kinds at one* and hank flzttues
Md supplies ana waaSto^™«e
with yon.
1
,sssssss
MISCELLANBPCV WAWT*
IMT Hi
SPECIAL KATE OP
$1 A MONTH.
Will he made on a.space this alas
dsr this headias.
WANTED
Two or three cheap qoarte/ aoetloa*
of :and. ,.
FRED G. WELLS 00.,
Grand Forks, N. D.
REAL B8TATEL
F. E. RORKE
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHEB
In Grand Forks Music
Oppontt
Hotel
HOUM
PII0IE5KU
M0*
C, 6. M^aariss
flviyniii wUMkincki
part the Bute
0. J. Barnes & Co,
AU
mats or
Field and Garden
SEEDS
Vi hn trnjiU4 flsrillj
6nraat*ed. The prices «SD
he ri|ht. Write
GRAND FORKS, N. D.
WE BUY AND SELL THE EARTH 1
conn
ARB LOOKING
lWw'
for a strlctlv modern
house, new,'finished throughout
in hard wood, best location in
city, don't fail to let us show you
this property. Must be sold be
fore Muy 15th. Exceptionally
easy terms.
C?inn BRAND NEW 6 ROOM
ijiuiuu house, modern except
heat, on North Fourth street.
This is a bargain. Easy terms.
C&nn GOODS ROOM HOUSE ON
k*MW
Dakota avenue. Easy
terms. No. 14.
on Dakota avenue. This
cannot be built for, this money.
No.
Kind 9P°D LOT. ON CHERRY
W" street No. 4S.
CA9B TWO NICE RESIDENCE
lota on- North Sixth street.
C19J EACH FOR TEN GOOD
7 lots on North Sixth street.
$10.00 per moqth each. Can you
beatthtsT
S12R ?.ER LOT ON 'NORTH
FOR
Sixth street, with privi­
lege of taking ohe or ten. 110.00
per. lot dpwn and S10.00 per
n'onth. Investigate quick.
CBQA BUYS TWO BEAUTIFUL
*u~u residence lots, close In on
•TJnlverslty avenue. Easy terms.
S17S ^CH-
CNRR/OH I^9
111 IHIVT B. I. TOUOT AMD TORN
TrulM.
EIGHT LOTS ON
North 8ixth Street. Close
In. This Is a rare bargain. Sell
two or more. Easy terms.
SPECIAL
SALE OF
Watches
Next.
15 Days
lay where jroa
cas nie'seiq
H. Ziski
BKOKBR aad
JEWELER
"er. An.
118
PATIONIZE hose iadaaiiy
and by ao doiaf ahow aa ia
tcreat ia h«ildis| sp the aa*
terpriaea of oar City—t he
Larjeat Whoieaaie Ceater ia
the Norihwaat.
Grand Forks Fish Go.
H. J. KEELEY BOTH BONES 392 J. W. BURGESS
Wholaaale Dealera
ia All liada oi
FRESH FISH
Grand Forks. No. Dak.
Writ* aa far prices.
'!v'
Birrs 7 ,ROOM HOUSE
z"™? and. 60 foot lot, South
Ftturth street. Lot worth |S00.
This is a snap and must be sold
at once. Investigate.
S44W) ?UYS TWO BEAUTIFUL
building lots, close in on
North Seventh street. Easy
terms.
Ciyvi STRICTLY MODERN 8
room house on Belmont
avenue. Fine location. If you
want the best 'that money can
buy for less than- it is worth,
don't overlook this one.
$2200 5DJ#
A
BEAUTIFUL
•J*"""** residence .close in on
University avenue. Lot 60x140.
Worth more money. Must sell
quick. Investigate.
RENT
8
BOOM HOUSE
1
on Second avenue.
Cjty^water gooi yard aiid barn.
till]
fl,«00 BUILDING
SAliEi contract readr for
action, cheap.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR AN
investment, where little money is
required, don't fait to call on the
Grand Forka.Rfealty Co. and haVe
them show, you vacant lots on
which you can double
TOUT
rlotless
mon-
ln than six months. 110.00
down, $10.00 per month.
Now Is the time to btir lots, as
they are raising at the rate of
$10,00 per lot* per month. Dent
•''wait until it Is too
fiSS. '.
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