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TUESDAY, MAY.8, 1906.
ANOTHER
SPORTS.
CHAUTAUQUA
SPORTS
Joljr 11 Will be "Young People's" Day
and an Athletic K«et to be Held Un.
rder the Direction of Dr. G. J. Sweet
,hi(l of State University.
Dr. G. J. Sweetiand, athletic director
at the university, who will have xsom
plete charge of tin kinds of athletics
at the Devils Lake- Chautauqua the
coining summer, Is rapidly completing
his arrangements and everything
points to a very successful season.
July 11 will be "Young People's day"
at the lake and a program correspond
ing to the one put\on last year will be
the order of the day. In .the afternoon
there will be afield meet for-the boys
and girls, and In the evening an' exhi
bition along athletic lines. This latter
will be given in the auditorium. The
exhibition will include fancy club
swinging, light wand drills and vari
ous other kinds of calesthetflc work.
The field meet will be the fourth an
nual meet pulled off at the Chautauqua
and the events on the program are as
follows:
50-yard Dash—Boys under 11.
50-yard Dash—Girls under 11.
75-yard Dash—Boys under 11.
Running Broad Jump—Boys un
der 11.
150-yard Dash—Boys.
Running Broad Jump—Girls.
50-yard Dash—Girls under
11.
Relay Race—Boys.
Pole Vaulting—Boys.
Greatest Distance Punting Foot
ball—Boys.
Greatest Distance Throwing
Basket Ball—Girls.
Guardians ot the Pope.
The pope's Swiss guard will celebrate
the fourth centena.yof their institute
in January next. Their history, which
Is interesting, is to be told in a special
volume about to be published by' Prof.
Durrer.
Entile.
Fortune Teller (examining her palm)
—Beware of a strikingly handsome,
tall, dark-hatred young man.
Fair Customer—It's too late for that
I've married him.—Chicago Tribune.
Gullible Farmers.
Thousands of farmers ail&wered the
advertisement of a man who offered to
sell "a recipe for making a pound of
butter from a pint of milk and. a tea
•poonful of our preparation."
Bust Settler.
... Akonia is the name of a substance
manufactured in Kngland which, dis
solved in the water with which the
streets are sprinkled,, is said to prevent
dust from rising.
Xean Thing to Say.
Ida—George is so poetical. He says
my ears are like shells.
Irene—Did he say whether he meant
oocoanut or oyster shells?— Stra* Stor
ies.
POLITICS AND POLITICIANS.
The Socialists* of Arkansas are to
meet in convention at Argenta today
to put a full state ticket in the field
for the first time.
John Temple Graves, one of tSe best
known journalists in the South and.
who has recently launched a new'
daily newspaper in Atlanta, has with
drawn from the race for Jfenator
Bacon's seat in the United States sen
ate-
ilieutenant, Governor John T. Her
riott, following the refusal of hiB coun
ty to instruct for him. has withdrawn
from the race for the gubernatorial
nomination in Iowa. This leaves Gov
ernor Cummins and Congressman Per-*
kins of Sioux City as the rival as
pirants for the republican nomination.
The present house of representa
tives is composed yof 252 Republicans
and 138 democrats, giving a republican
majority of 114. In order to capture
the* next house, which will be the Six
tieth congress, the democrats will be
compelled to lasso fifty-eight seats'
anq 'not lose a single pne they now
hold. Such a performance would be
little short of revolutionary and yet
It la not without precedent in Ameri
can politics.
The nomination of ex-Senator Will
iam A. Harris aa the democratic
candidate for governor of Kansas is
regarded In Washington as especially
.significant in a tariff way. Since he
•rleft the senate in 1903, Mr. Harris
has been prominently identified with
every stock raising association, and it
is recalled to mind that the agitation
for reciprocity, as well as for tariff re
.vision, is strong among the- Kansas
stock raisers.
As soon as the legislation in which
President Roosevelt is interested Is
out of the way, there will be renewed
pressure upon him for some utterance
on the tariff.' The revisionists believe
"that a word from him'would do more
•Ms"to enliven interest pn tariff than all
the speeches they could m&ke.
?Probably
1
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'0m
the most notablefeature of
the republican side of the situation
with regard to the next presidential
0 '. campaign Ts the continuance of the
effort to keep President Roosevelt,' to
the front as the prospective siandard
bearer of his party for a second tlmcy
despite the president's standing de
claration that he will --not be a
candidate.
Leaving out President Roosevelt the
republican list of feligible* already eh-"'
y- tered for the presidentlol race is con
siderably greater than the Democratic.
Ttae repttblican llBt up to date, leav
ing out of cohslderation purely fivorlte
•OQB mentioned .from tlp» to time, In-'
dudes Fairbanks of Indlana. Root of
New York, Foraker and Taft of Ohio,'
La Follette of Wi8Con8ln,Cummlnsand
Shaw of Iowa, Knox of Pennsylvania,
and Cannon of Illinois.
Tangled for the last ten years, the
situation In the republican ranks In
Delaware Is more complex tlum. ever.
alhce the regular republican state comr
mlttee has reiterated ltS'dem^nd .that
the present legislature fill the Cnlted
States senatorial vacancy before the
regulars will agree Xo Join with t|ie
onion republlcws in common prim
aries to reorganise tbe party
The progFeu ot the factional light
4 4w$&£
The Evening Times job room at once:
union office.
WANTED—DISHWASHER AT HOTEL
Dacotah. I
WANTED—TWO LIVE MEN TO WORK
country territory In North Dakota.
Call Dacotah hotel. W. G. COVcoran.
WANTED—CEMENT WORK BY AN
experienced cement worker esti
™»tes given also. Address Peter
Christofferson, The Evening Times.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
JOHN FAWCETT, M.A., M.D.
DISEASES OF WOMEN AND
GENERAL SURGEON
Office
Over 8tanchfleld Store Phone Ml
DR. J. GRASSICK
1 OBee KoitkwMteni Budding
Corner DeMers Avenue and Fourth 8t
8. W. SUTLEDOE
HOMEOPATHIC
1
Physician and Surgeo^
118 8. Third St Grand Forks, N. D.
OSTEOPATHS.
DB. OER SANDERS,
DR. UA7 E. SANDERS,
Chronic and acute diseases success
fully treated.. Treatment at home
if desired. 'Suite 56, Security
Block. Both phones 542.
Grand Forks, N. D.
TAILORS.
PAHITORIUM
Ingalla Honn* Annex
lAILOiBTNG
AD Kind* of Indies' and Geat'i CIotfc.
tag., Cleaning and Pressing.
N. W. S61L Trl-State 416R
WORKING DAT AND NIGHT
First Class Cleaning, Pressing and
Repairing
I. BOOBES, Prop.
N. W. 798L Trl-State 757L
Cor. Kittson Ave and Third St. Grand
Forks, N. D.
WHAT IS THE USE
in buying ready made pants
when you can get them made
to order for 3.50 at
t'
J. HEFFTER,
522 DeMers Avenue.
THB Independent
ficfsrinl and Wfaoieule la.
stitstiosi that Biake« he
City ol Grand Forks vibe
•sat (aaoaa in the North*
wait.
MEM BOnLING ASSttCIATtOH.
Importers, Manufacturers and Job
bers ot
CAK0NA1ID BEVERAGES, CIPE1S, HALTS
afd HiNEIAL WATEIS
"Prink PBRPBCTO MALT," a health
ful, irefreshinK beverage, bottled by us
only.
Graid Forks, No. Dak
H.J.H0NLEY
AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES
•ail Orderi Filled Stand Forks, D.
Guarantee Stock Food Company
Iacorporaied
Capital Stock. 9SO.OOO,
Manufacturers of Stock Food, Poiil
try Food, Worm Powder, Lice Killer.
Heave Cure, pink Bye Remedy. Fever
Cure, Colio Cure, Gall Cur* Foot Rem
edy and White Liniment.
GRAND FORKS, If. D.
DAKOTA BOTTLING WORKS
Importers, Manufacturers and Jobbers of
Carbonated Beverajfos. Phosphates.
Fountain Syrnps
and ail Kinds of Flavors
Siders, Malts and Seltzer Waters
K. W. Fhoae 108M. Tri^taie rhoa* 616
Grand Forks. No. Oak.
among town republicans inellnea
Washington to believe that Secretary
of the Treaeury Shaw hae been pat
outoftheprealdentlalrace.
K^-Senaior William A. Harris, the
democratic jc^ndldate for governor of
KuBtte.wa^aConferedateVaoldlerin
the civil war and was ne of the engi
neers who built {he Union pacific rail
road.
Those1 seriously mentioned in con
nection with we democratic prealdent
&! onmlnatidn^to date are^WiUlnm
3. Bryan of Nebraska. .Oedrge
Clellan of New Yol-k, Joseph W. BalMy
of Texas, Charles A. Culberson of
Tt^ps, Johnv.8harp Williams otrUls
siMlppi. and'-Willtlam R. Hearst of
New.York.
'A jvif
•Jfij
JS ?H,
Jl
«—t*
If you want to bay or sell
If yon want help or "want employment
If yon want to sell your house
If you want anything
COUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PARA
•raph: then write TOUT advertise
°»«ntlnthe same number of words.
utd It wiU post you SI cents to InseH
under tlda heading 1 day SI.00 a
weelt 18.00 per month.
APPRENTICE WANTBD—A YOUNG
man who has w.orked two or three
years at the printing business can
learn of a good chance to complete
the trade by applying to foreman of
COUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PARA
Staph then write your advertise
ment In the same number ot words,
and it will cost you 2t cents to Insert
It under this-heading 1 day 11.00 a
week SS.Oo per month.
WANJEED—NIGHT COOK AT ROU
tlefll restaurant. Devils Lake woman
«referred. Address Gus Routier, Dev-
.8
Lake, N. D.
WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED NIGHT
cook at the Antlers at once good
wages.
DtirS'
EXCHAX6E
COUIRI
BosyL who are natural swappers, can
use this department for the exchange,
or for sale or want ads. If you have
something to exchange, or to sell, write
The Evening Times, describing what
you have and what you want, and we
will Insert an ad two times for II
cents. Enclose the dime
ID
TENTS AND AWN1NGB.
DON
MCDONALD
TENTS, AWNINGS, SHAMS
Waterproof Covers for Harvesters
Threshers and Grain Stacks
Cor. DeMers and Fifth.. Grand Forks
N. D.
WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN
ARCHITECT
BlMk,
Minetc N. ».
R. H. Bosard. Geo. Ryereon.
BOSARD & RYERSON
ATTORNEYS ANli COUNSELORS AT
LAW.
Mohan, Jf. D. LM Block, Mlaet, If. O.
THE NORTHERN NEWS 00.
For all the latest magazines and daily
and Sunday papers. Ice cream, cigars
and soft drinks.
NORTHERN NEWS CO.
Mrs. J. H. Burke, Manager.
305 North Third Street.
PRINTING.
A. O.REINECKE & COMPANY
Clifford Building, Graad r«ki
Both Phones MS.
No other printing eatablishment In
the Northwest has grown as rapidly as
ours. Business more than TREBLED
In the past 14 months. No house grows
without a good cause. We DELIVER
THE GOODS at RIGHT PRICES, and
are PROMPT. THAT'S WHY WE
GROW. Deal with a growing house.
We repair typewllters RIGHT.
We are agents for HBILINK SAFES,
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST for the
money. Broadest guarantee. Write for
FREE catalogue.
O. YOUNG
Wholesale Faraitnre Piasos, Carpets, Sewia|
Hachiaes. Bank and Oiiice Fsrmitar*
1SS-U7-1SS tsstk Third St.
Grand Forks, North Dakota
BUM FORKS TRUNK AND BOX FACTORY
J. I0SS, Proprietor
BUNKS. BAGS AND VALISES
Sample Trunks. and Cases Made to
Order. We make anything in Our Line.
Repairing Done on Short notice.
Bali Phoaea lffl. S17 S. Third St.
THE
NEW YORK
Hotel an^ a
Restaurant
RESTAURANT
In Grand Forks
That has solved the eatiafrnUM
Everything Always
rfchX
Ready
..Both Phones 83SN
Grand Forks
your letter
,. -A 1 4
THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D.
FOR SALE—A 5-YEAR-OLD,
city-broke drivli, norse, weight
about. 1100 poumls, 1 a rubber
tired runabout, with harcfss. Inquire
at Grand Forks Realty company.
FOR BALE—ENGLISH SETTER PUPS,
six months old. Philip Amand, Grand
Forks, N. D.
FOR SALE—THE HOUSE AND STORE
property owned by K. Golden & Son.
K. H. JOHNSON
WALL PAPER AND PAINTS
Piperhanlng, Sign and Fresco Werk
ARCHITECTS.
J. W. ROSS
ARCHITECT
aid Superintendent of Cemtraetlen
Office
IKS. Third Bt Grand Forks, N. D.
R. L. SMITH
ARCHITECT
Both Phones National Bank Building
W. J. EDWARDS
ARCHITECT
Northwestern Building, Grand Forks,
N. D. Northwestern Phone 466L.
MONUMENTa
GRAND FORKS MONUMENT
WORKS
R. JEFFREY, Proprietor
Mennments, Headstones, Cemetery
Fencing
Trl-State 292L 424 DeMers Ave.
Grand Forks, N. D.
CASH
For all KMi of
Ink,
4
,7 (jlVi'^s "y
t»'^ l'V^
MANUFACTORY FOR GRAND FORKS—WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW
HDIdP WANTBD—MALB. HELP WANTED FBMALB FOR SAUL irOBlTION WANTBD FOB RUNT. OFFICII FiXTUK
1018L.
106 4th St S...
North Dakota
Gostif tia|
Bait,
il
Soap Iraa, Copper aad Brm, Old
labbte Boots and Skm, ol all
and Bottles.
Special Price for Car Load
M. FISHMAN
N. W. Fboae 5171
Ed. Miencier
GENEtAl
Contracting
AND:
Building
Minot, N. D.

mi
Everything the
Very Best
Everything Glean
and New
2Se
18 fnMiliHis Beta* 4
Iltwijr FaialshidtoeaM par'aoathSlO'
II X*a\iC»au^t«HiaMow':
wlUConliNextlDay
Hatheson & Koenj^,
F. WISNER
Manufacturers' Agent
"Want ad. gumption" to not a sixth
sense—it is a sort of art of living aflth
least annoyance, least fretting, .le^st
frlctttmifl^X t'-WSiy*^
WISCONSIN CENTRAL HEKTINCI.
Milwaukee, Wis., May
8.—The
stock
holdera of the Wisconsin Central rail
way company held a special meeting
in tbis city today. The purpose of
the meeting was to act on matters re
lating to the bond issue for the new
Semaih
ie just completed between Owen on
line, and Ladysmlth, in north
ern Wisconsin, at which point tbe new
road will cqnnect with a llne now un
der way from Lndyamlth to Superior
tad Oulath.
m-
WANTED—POSITION BT AN EXPER
ienced dry goods and general store
man. Care Evening Times.
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSE
keeper In a town preferred. Address
Box 687, Larimore, N. D.
WANTED MRS. BURLINGTON IS
prepared to do flrst-class dressmak
making' at reasonable prices, at 120
South Third street.
it
WANTED—YOUNG LADY DESIRES
WANTED—BY ENGINEER, A Posi
tion as stationery ar traction engi
neer good license and good refer
ences. Address L. A. Graham. Box
82, Knox, N. D.
WANTED SITUATION BY YOUNG
man who understands book-keeping
and stenography, desires position in
store or real estate office Atst-class
references gven. Addreste "J. J.."
Evening Times.
AN ALROUND PRINTER AND NEWS
paper man wants position. Capable
of taking full charge of business,
mcchanical and editorial manage
•n®nt of weekly, or reporter on city
daily. Address A. B., care of Evening
Times.
WANTED—POSITION AS BOOKKBBP
f'by young lady who is now holdlni
'n big wholesale house
}n St. Paul want to locate somewhere
in North Dakota -best of refer
ences moderate salary will be ac
cepted to begin.
The Bvening Times.
Forest River. N. D.
R., care
SITUATION WANTED—A CANADIAN
young lady would like a position as
qlerk in a general, dry goods or gro
cery store have had plenty of ex
perience in all. For further infor
mation, or if a personal interview is
desired, address Mrs. Flora Peters.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS WANTED.
WANTED—P.LEASANT UNFURNISH
«d room, centrally located. Address
L. E. P.. care Evening Times.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
PETERSON & PAULSRUD
Portrait, Cominerelal and Landscape
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Phone Trl-State 391L. 200 8. 4th St.
Grand Forks, N. D.
SHOE REPAIRER.
FRED SMITH
(Yon Know Pred)
THE EXPERT SHOE REPAIRER
Tour Work Solicited.
Trl-State 218M 9 4th St S.
HOTELS.
Columbia Hotel
AND RESTAURANT
Get your lunches here while
t: waiting lor your trains
Open Day and Nidht
OSCAB HUDSON, Prop'r
Rates: tl and $1.26 per day
GRAND FORKS, N. DAK.
Opposite G. N. Depot
COMMERCE OF OUR CITY
BUSINESS PROCLAMATION
When improvement in business conditions warrants a
community in declaring its prosperity to the world at large
for the purpose of increasing 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
pages daily, that there has been rapid improvement in
business 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
Caa^lete end Dp-to-I)ate Ctad Factor ia the Northwest ....
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Feed HiBt, Aenseter WiadalOa. fiaaaliae Bn
fan, Fearless Strsa Esflus, Psaps,
leraHtorEitraa,FserlaasStaaaiFloas
Grand Forks, North Dakota
Rasmossen, Bemis & Company
Wholesale
Dry Goods. Notions, Etc.
6IAND FORKS R. DAKOTA
What- should a woman do when her
husband shows signs of getting away?
If she pretends to notice, he Is pretty
sure to escape, and if she acts up he
1b liable to run away.
Nonet
or aEwamoa or UL OCISTAKDIKO nasi
•oaiuaas sue res OCKT sons or THK eUNO
maics ess ASS suctaie OOSTAST, eaaan MIU,
SOKTU DlKOTiT
_»lbol|lOTol«6»iHtsm«s«e«*»w «*»«e»ie«
Om .ad KlKbic Cauipuiy neurit by lu Btortox* toV.
H. SolltM ud Sou of S0.I00, Mf
IINiMtintrKSM. IMNnmt totte ii|M nam!
UMm«Sat«MBMlSW,MM ena* hrtl«M wSJko-
iSykSa. ms tsdvim
IlmU hae wUI k.
ntawduiKlittlhW
„S.«. MIBMHIHIiHH, I* UkMM^i SoMoo,
&aaa*flM>. WndaiaH tail Js|»
s. S. souiaa saa aom, THHIN.
FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR RENT
at Maple Lake, season of 190t: One
cottage at $60 three cottages at S40
two cottages at $35. W. G. Smith,
314 South Third street. Phone 494L.
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS, Up
stairs: modern furnished or unfur
nished. Apply to 681 North Fourth
street
WANTED—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping, or would con
sider small furnished cottage. Ad
dress s„ Evening Times.
FOR RENT—SINGLE ROOMS, ALSO
rooms for light housekeeping. In
qulro 203 North Sixth street.
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS SUITA
», „',°„r ','^ht housekeeping modern.
No. 312_North Fourth street.
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS SUITA
bie for dressmaking. Inquire at 203
North Sixth street.
FOR RENT—TV/° FURNISHED ROOMS
with hath and gas. Enquire 517 Uni
verslty avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT—
Close in. 319 International avenue.
ROOM AND BOARD
roUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PARA
553®. 1
wrlte
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 S. Third St Phone N. W. 367M.
CUTTING SCHOOL.
TWIN CITY CUTTING
SCHOOL.
We teach cutting, draping,.and the art
or making men's garments.
Publish a reliable .and authentic trade
journal known as The Twin City Tailor
and Fashion Journal. Send for copy.
occupy 4,000 square feet floor
space for our new coat, pants and vest
shop. We cut, trim and make garments
we8™er° tailors all over the North-
Write today for catalogue.
Corner Hennepin Ave. and Eighth St.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
FLOUR AND FEED.
The City Feed Store
DOWNEY Promt. Paote.
Floor, Feed, Hay and
Wood of All Kinds
N. W. 'Pnoaa
EM
4KDBMMA*!
GRAND FOBKS. N.
T»I-8TATO E86-L
McGOEY & HANRAHAN
Electrical Contractors
Estimates Furnished
Repair Work Promptly Attended to
Office 10 S. 3rd Si.
Both Phones S2S
Grand Forks, N.
Leave Orders
PHONE RICE'S TRANSFER
FOB HACKS, DAT OR NIGHT AND BAG
GAGE WAGONS AT ALL HOURS.
raaaANDrasoNProrH,. P(ft)NE 602L
415 DeKers. Ave.
NEW 6
ROOM HOUSK.
19XUUU Walnut street.
conn
C.OOD
r.
ROOM HOUSE.
Dakota avenue.
$3300 MODERN SEVEN ROOM
Belmont avenue.
$1830
SEVEN
ROOM
Close in.
tage.
Chestnut
$300
$
your advertist-
"L.fhe "»me number ot words,
fnd't will cost you 21 cento to Insert
It under this heading 1 day 11.Ot a
week IS.00 per month.
COT
street.
BUYS TWO OF THE
best lots left on Univer­
sity avenue.
WJ! BUYS TWO BEAUTIFUL
jots on North Sixth street.
Close lnT~
COUNT THH WORM Df TgM PAJtA
*raph: then write mr «ArerS»
aent In the Mme mmtor ot wort*
and it will poet you tloente to laaerf
it under this heading 1 day: ll.tr
weak 8.00 per month.
THB EVENING TI1UD8 HANDLM
ail kinds of office end bank flztnret
and supplies and wants toiwn
with you.
MI8CBLLAN1K)U0 WAMTB.
BROTHERS OF IMI HIS
A SPECIAL EAT1 OF
$1A MONTH.
Will he made on a space this etae
der this heading.
tr
WANTED
Two or three cheap quarter aectloat
of land.
FEED G. WELLS 4 CO
C.
6.
1
Grand Forks, N. D.
RHAL B8TATB.
F. E. RORKE
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHES
In Grand Forks Music Hons*
Opposite Hole!
Dacotah
36U, M. V.
364 Ttf-Stale
0. J. Barnes & Co.
ALL KINDS OT
Field and Garden
SEEDS
We hare eretjrtUaJ. Oaattty
Gearaataei. Vba prices wffl
be.ri^l. it
GRAND FORKS, N. D.
SPECIAL
SALE OF
Watches
Next 15 Days
ky wktrc joa
caa live aotty
H. Ziskin ^JEWELEE"
113 DeMers Are
H. J. KEELEY BOTH FHONES 332 J. W. BUKGESS
GRAND FORKS REALTY GO.
INVESTMENT BANKERS
SECURITY BUILDING
Houses For Sale and Rentf Fire Insurance, Money to Loaa
WE BUY AND SELL THE EARTH
C07B JJOT 47^X175. CLOSE IN.
Reeves avenue.
CI CON
PAT IONIZE hoau iadasirj
sad by so doia| show as ia*
Itrest
ia bdldis| ap the ea
lerprises oi on Ctj—the
Largest Wholesale Ccatcr ia
the Northwest.
Grand Forks Fish Co.
Wholesale Dealers
ia All liads of
FRESH FISH
Grand Forks. No. Dak.
Write ws for prices.
•CTinn STRICTLY MODERN
house. University ave
nue.
COfMin BUYS
12
y™""
LOTS AND
good
8 room house.
Joining Reeves avenue.
till! EACH TEN LOTS ON
North
sixth street.
CUM EACH FOURTEEN LOTS
^lw on North Sixth street A
CMS TWO EXTRA FINE LOTS.
North Fifth street.
£2700
BUY RESIDENCE PROPERTY
GOOD 10 ROOM HOUSE.
*"'w North Fourth street.
CALL AT OUR OFFICB AND AL
low us to show you- our proper
ties.
IN GRAND FORKS ragmp
Now Is the Time and This Is the Plaoe. We
Vi~
Can
S®11 Yoo Property Now
=ON EASY TERMS*—
Ihat Will Doable in Valve ia Less Than Two Yearn, tylty
wai Uniit CropWty Gets Oat otYoar Reach?

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