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PAGE EIGHT
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GRAND FORKS REALTY GO.
INVESTMENT BANKERS
SECURITY BUILDING
Homes For Sale and Rent, lire Insurance. Honey to Loan
Stop It] if you have formed
the moving habit. Some peo
ple shift locations so often as
to suggest the idea of a home
on wheels. Possibly it may be
cheaper to move than pay
rent, but owning your own
home beats either one. If you
have a steady income, no mat
ter if it is not a large one, you
can divert the money you put
Into the hands of a landlord
Into a property that will "pay
out" with the same amount of
expenditure and give you a
home for your maturer years.
We stand ready and willing to
assist you in this Important
matter.
Coming Events.
Juae 3S to July SO—Church of God
Clap mkIIM*.
Jilf 1—Graad Forks vs. Winnipeg at
Craokatoa.
Jaly 4—Two ball (amra, Winnipeg
va. Graad Forks.
RtfiMicu state water/Jw J—Me
te wn, Jalr IS.
July 10—RlagllaK Broa.
Circoa.
Jaly 10—HlBfllaf Broa. clrcna.
Jaly SO to Aagnat S-Red River Val
ley ezpoalUoB la Graad Forks.
Jalr SO to Ansr. 8—Red River Valley
expoaltloa in this city.
Jalr SO to A«. 8—Red River Valley
expoaltiaa in Grand Forks.
Angnst O—Graad Forks teaals tour
naateat.
Deawntle ut.tr ^ventlon—Mlaat,
J. W. Ross, the architect
W. J. Edwards, the other architect
IKE COT III BRIEF
News Item.
It didn't rain on Wednesday.
Take No Chances.
Insure your crops against Hail with
Hatcher Brothers Corporation.
At Gclst's.
Family orders for fireworks filled
and delivered at Gelst's.
Hall Insurance Agents
Wanted In unoccupied territory. Act
quickly as season's short. The Hatcher
Brothers Corporation, Grand Forks
and Fargo.
Social Tonight.
The Royal Neighbors will give a
Chinese social tonight at 9:30 in Odd
Fellows hall. All friends are invited.
Swell, Doncher Know.
Julius Walseth, the popular foreman
In the Great Northern yards, has pur
chased a fine driving horse and new
buggy.
Residence Changes.
William S. Begg is to occupy the
house on Chestnut street now occupied
by A. h. Woods and family, as soon
as the latter move into their new home
on Belmont avenue.
Corporation Lawyer.
Rome G. Brown of Minneapolis, one
••of the best Jknown corporation lawyers
In the northwest, was a visitor in the
city Wednesday—a guest bf J. E.
Clifford.
Shows a Gain.
The personal property assessment of
Grand Forks shows a gain this year
over last of approximately 111,000.
This year the figures are $896,000, as
|jagainst $885,000 a year ago.
Is for Sarles.
Hon. R. S. Lewis in the Fargo For
um of the 27th: When the report
was first started that I was a candi
date for governor and that Mr. Ken
nedy was supporting me, I paid no at
tention to the matter but now that it
has gotten into the eastern papers
I wish to say that I am not a candi
date, and will not be that the Cass
CALL 848 EITHER 'PHONE!
FRICKSONC
JLiMa. 7 Sooth Third St.k#
Choice evaporated 11
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apricots, per lb... iu I'ut
Fancy peeled peaches
per lb
Sour pickles,
per qt
Large bottle Sodellshus
Chow Chow pickles ...
Hoffman House pure
tomato catsup, per bottle.
Hiawatha fancy patrat floor,
made from No. 1 hardfll 1B
wheat,49 lb sack
Wampum fancy table
syrup, gal pall
Quaker rolled oats.
Pkg
18c
...7c
28c
13c
38c
10c
25c
Van Camp's spups,
S cans
Itost granulated susar£J^QQ
Csltnaet laundry soapC**! IU|
40 tars tor .........^JLeUU
BaataClaus soap
Mhara far
Sfcirbank's Gold Dust,
large package
ttlwr Leaf lard,
par 1ft.
23c
10c
I. W. BUKGESS
—New 6-room modern
bouse close in on N. 4th St.
fTBfr—Nice little 5-room house
on North 5th St.
glSOO—Nice little 7-room cot
tage, line location.
taiso Beautiful 6-room house
close In on University Ave.
*1700—New 6-room house on
North 6th St, easy terms.
$1700—Good 11-room house
close in on North 5th St.
$4900—Buys the best strictly
modern 7-room house in the
city of Orand Forks. Your
own terms this property is
worth $2,000 more than we are
asking.
•378—Best 2 lots left on North
4th St.
S1800—Buys elegant 7-room
house, modern except heat, on
North 3rd St. This is a snap.
$500—•Buys the best 2 lots
left on University Ave.
S3404*—Buys a strictly modern
7-room house, close in on Uni
versity Ave.
gSM^—Buys a nice little 3
rooin house on North 6th St.
•S2&—Two line building lots
on North 6th St.
fM^-Two fine building lots
on North 7th St. Close In.
•3400—Strictly modern 7-room
house, Belmont Ave.
SSS00—Beautiful 10 room
house on Belmont Ave.
$1675—Good 6-room house on
Walnut St.
$1700—Almost new 7-room
house on Dakota Ave.
$000—Buys the best 4 lots in
River Side Park.
Fireworks at Geists.
county delegation was elected on the
issue of Sarles' renomination and
our delegates are for him.
An Ordinance Xeeded.
This city needs an ordinance regu
lating the speed of bicycles on the
side walks.
Remains Shipped.
The remains of the late Mrs. Alice
McGraw, whose demise occurred on
Monday, were shipped last night to
Chicago, 111., tor interment.
To Play Ball.
Roscoe A. Fawcett of this city has
been engaged by the management of
the semi-professional team at Ken
mare, N. D., to play the short field. The
team plays with Lansford the com
ing Sunday.
Go to J. B. Woodley for harness,
whips, collars, sweat pads, blankets
and lap robes. A new and up to date
stock. Repairing a specialty. Prices
are right. A1 Coons, Manager.
Gets It. A. Degree.
Dispatches from Hartford, Conn
note the graduation from Trinity col
lege of Harry Huet, son of Captain
John Huet of Grand Forks. Harry
gets a Bachelor of Arts degree. He
is expected here for a visit soon.
Just Arrived A fresh line of
cookies, crackers and confectionery.
Music every evening at our ice cream
parlors.—F. J. Cummings. Phone, 23.
Terms, cash.
Cheyenne Avenue Property.
W. H. Kelsey, for the Kent Realty &
Investment Co., has sold the A. G.
Loclcman lots—10 and 12, block "I"
Budge & Esheiman's second addition,
to John C. Rossow for $425.
Devils Lake Death.
At Devils Lake today was held the
funeral of Joseph Campbell of that
city, whose death occurred early Tues
day morning. The deceased was 50
years of age, unmarried, and had for
some time been clerk in the Sevilla
hotel.
A Good Choice.
M. M. May, state organizer for the
blacksmiths' state organization, will
remain in the city for awhile in order
to have the necessary printing done,
after which he will get out on the road
to discuss the prospective benefits of
the league.
New Catholic Chnrch.
A new Roman catholic church to
cost in the neighborhood of $20,000
is among the good things in store for
Devils Lake this summer in the line
of building improvements. Rev.
Father Augustine, O. S. B. is the pres
ent pastor and upon his shoulders has
fallen the work of the financing.
Their First Born.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Earl are the par
ents of a bouncing baby son which
came to grace their domicile Tuesday
night. This is their first born and
naturally Papa Earl is proud. Mr.
Earl is cashier in the local Great
Northern freight depot and is popular
among the railroad boys.
Condition Serious.
The condition of "Jack" Lafleur, of
Forest River, who underwent an oper
ation at the Hyslop hospital for ap
pendicitis on Tuesday, is reported
quite critical. His wife and brother
in-law and Rev. Father Considlne of
Minto arrived last evening to be with
him.
Two New Banks.
Archiect W. J. Edwards is engaged
in the drafting of plans for two new
bank buildings for North Dakota in
stitutions. One set of plans Is for the
Mooney bank at Langdon. This struc
ture is to cost about $10,000. The
other plans are for the Citizens' bank
of Walhalla. This will be a struc
ture to cost between $5,000 and $6,000.
The Period of Misery.
Grand Forks people who are sub
ject to hay fever, are just now be
ginning to feel the tortures of the
dread affliction. Hay fever, according
to the experts, Is a fashionable disease
and the best method of treatment Is
spraying with a quinine solution, the
keeping of good hours and the avoid
ance of coffee, tea and exposure to
drafts.
His Farewell Addms.
Rev. Frank Harper Hays, for eight
years pastor of the Grand Forks
Presbyterian church, will on tfie com
ing Sunday preach his farewell ser
mon to his congregation. Rev. Hays
announcement of his Intention to leave
Orand Forks was made sometime ago.
His many many friends will regret the
leaves-taking hut probably realise that
what is their lost most be his gain.
The Fautt at
Kenmare is advertising a huge
Fourth of Inly celebration and. it is
understood that a large number of
lMi* Just aeroas the line
A$ "w ."' j*.,'5-w*r r^TO"mr^^.T«2^'j r*m
from Portal have accepted an Invita
tion to be present The Steamer Gor
don Fawcett, owned by the Fawcett
Transportation Co., has been engaged
to give an excursion from the Canada
end of Des Lacs Lake to Kenmare, a
ride of somethlag like sixty miles.
Music Lessons.
Miss Jane M. Smith, teacher of
piano, organ and theory, may be found
at Security bul)ding, room 72, on
Thursday mornings.
Pupils' RecitaL
The pupils of .Miss Grace E. More
hous give -a recital at 4 o'clock this
afternoon in the Commercial club
rooms. The program includes eleven
numbers.
No Music After 11 P. M.
Mayor O'Leary of East Grand Forks
has given out an edict that hereafter
there shall be no music in saloons
later than 11 o'clock p. m.
For Chautauqua Opening.
A big excursion on the Hannah line
will pass through the city tomorrow
enroute to Devils Lake to attend the
opening of the Chahtauqua season.
The Great Northern sent a number of
extra coaches north this morning.
Two Buildings Today.
Building permits have been issued
to A. Berg for the construction of a
residence on Griggs avenue between
Third and Fourth streets, and to Ed
ward Mitchell for the construction of
a residence on Plum street between
Euclid and Petrolia avenues.
Tags for the Doggies.
Officer Doty reports progress in the
work of tagging the dogs. He has list
ed about eighty of the animals and
has about three times that many yet
to look up. Last year he tagged in all
340 animals for which the tax receipts
were $677.
New Stenographer.
Miss McDonald has resigned her
position as stenographer for the Grand
Forks Realty company and has ac
cepted a similar one with the North
western Telephone company. Miss
Bessie Devoy will fill the position
made vacant by Miss McDonald's
resignation.
Royal Send-Off.
The principals in the Bailey-Mar
shall wedding were given a royal send
off last evening at the Great Northern
depot, as they prepared to depart for
their home at Jamestown, N. D. Rice
and old leather were very much In
evidence.
Baptist Convention.
Indications are that the Baptist
state convention, to be held in this
city on July 5, 6 and 7, will be a most
successful one. There will be a large
attendance, as there is much enthus
iasm. Something like three to four
hundred delegates will be present and
the city will be called upon to take
care of them. The convention will
probably be the largest church meet
ing held Ijere.
Missions Meeting.
Mrs. J. M. O'Neale is entertaining
the Women's Foreign Missions society
this afternoon. The following is the
program arranged:
Devotionals Mrs. Hannifin
East Africa and Its People.... f....
Rev. J. M. Beadles
Far Away Lindsay
Ladies' Missionary Quartet.
Uganda, and Other Missions
Mrs. Fawcett
Liberia and Sierre Leone Colony
Mrs. Andrews
Solo and Chorus Mrs. S. H. Booth
Ladies' Missionary Quartet
Missionary Salad Mrs. He&ly
Church of God.
A large number of people are at
tending the camp meetings being held
by the Church of God in Riverside
park, in this city. Several preachers
are in attendance and services are
held in English, German and Scan
dinavian. All the members of the
church arriving have a stock of pro
visions and clothing and are prepar
ed to stay during the entire session
here and there around the large tent,
where the services are held. It is
a very picturesque place, in the midst
of the trees, and away from the bustle
and noise of the streets. Every year
the members congregate at the camp
meetings to enjoy the pleasure ot
meeting with others of the faith and
derive the benefit of having the scrip
ture explained by tht leaders of the
church.
A FAREWELL SOCIAL.
Will be Given on Friday Evening by
Salvation Army.
A farewell ice cream social will be
given in the Salvation Army hall on
De Mers avenue, on Friday evening,
June 26, 1906.
The local officers, Adjutant and Mrs.
Staiger, are both leaving for other
fields of labor after two months' hard
fighting in the ranks of the Salvation
Army in this town and neighborhood.
The good work done by the adjutant
both socially and spiritually, has been
very much appreciated by the citizens
of Grand Forks and it is certain that
they will all co-operate heartily with
the sentiments of the local corps, in
wishing Adjutant and his wife success
wherever they go.
A grand musical program will be
given in connection with the ice cream
social. Everybody welcome. Tickets,
10 cents.
STATE CROP REPORT.
Furnished by the Observer at Bis
marck—Weather Unfavorable.
Bismarck, N. D., June 28.—The
weather of the past week was very
unfavorable, the sky as a rule being
overcast with clouds and this con
dition resulted in precipitation In
parts of the section on each day of
the week. While the rainfall was in
no case excessive, yet reports show
that the precipitation was general
throughout the state. The heaviest
rainfall occurred in the eastern por
tion of the section, Hamilton, Pem
bina county, reporting the greatest
amount, 2.20 Inches. Hailstones were
quite common, but the damage re
ported was slight The average rain
fall for the state was below the nor
mal, the daily departures ranging
from —.08 inch at Bismarck, to —.05
inch at Willlston.
The average daily temperature
throughout the state during the past
week was about 10 degrees below the
normal, due principally to low maxi
mum temperatures, caused by exces
sive cloudiness. The highest temper
ature reported was 85 degrees, at
Jamestown on the 19th, and Willow
City on the 22nd. Temperatures below
40 degrees were quite general, the
lowest being 33 degrees, at Wiliston
on the 21st, where light frost was re
ported. No damage, however, resulted
from low temperatures.
The winds were generally moderate
throughout the week, with the prevail
ing direction from the northwest No
damage was reported from high winds.
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THE EVENING TIMES, ORAND FORK8, N. tiT'
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in red, brown and "IB
black. Price ... *tJC
White Dock Hats
Boys' White Duck Hats,
stitched rim. CA_
Price 35c and... OwC
Windsor Ties
Windsor Ties for the little
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Price now "I
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Boys' 2-piece Bathing Suits
in navy blue in sizes 26 in.
to 34 in. Our CHp
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Suits
Our Royal Blue Buster
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sizes
2\
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Our Brown Serge Blouse
Suits, with white front and
cuffs, high button collar
sizes
2\
to 8 years. Regular
$6 values. CM. CC
Price now only M*TeUtf
Shoes
We wish to reduce our
stock of Misses', Children's,
Boys' and Youths' Oxfords
and Tdn Shoes, and in or*
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Insurgent Leaders Meet at Val
ley City to Fix Slate and
Take Stock.
A dispatch from Valley City dated
the 27th says: Yesterday morning
Editor Wlnship of the Herald, Hon.
M. N. Johnson and Senator Kraabel
arrived here to hold a conference of
the leaders of the insurgents, to decide
on a slate for the state convention. The
utmost secrecy was displayed in this
movement, and the insurgents here
even had not been notified of the pro
posed meeting. Ex-Governor White was
absent from the city and other leaders
of the movement knew nothing about
the gathering until the arrival ot these
distinguished visitors. Ex-Congress
man Spalding was unavoidably absent,
because of being in St. Paul to meet
his daughter, who was on her way
home. The gentlemen adjourned their
conference until evening to secure the
presence of some of their local friends.
Then the matters to come before the
state convention were gone over and
a tentative program laid out. It is
reported it was decided to spring as
many local candidates for the various
offices as possible In each county, es
pecially for governor, and in the end
probably unite for Mr. Johnson for
the place, though he denied that he
wished to take it. The full program
was gone over as carefully as pos
sible and It was decided to send emis
saries into each' county to try and
keep up the spirits of the Insurgents,
and to get them to support the cut
and dried program which was out
lined for the coming' convention.
In accord with the agreement to
spring as many' candidates for govern
or as possible in the various counties,
Mr. Twlchell announces today that T.
A. Quirk of Buffalo is to be their can
didate for governor, but he does not
say that other candidates are to be
sprung. Those present thought that
Mr. Quirk would "loosen up" better
than Mr. Lynch, and he was therefore
selected for the sacrifice In this vicin
ity. Mr. Quirk is too good a man to
be bled in this way. He would have
no show of winning, even if the insur
gents did not carry out their plan to
spring a candidate in almost every
county In the state.
It appears that Mr. Spalding reach
ed Valley City last evening and Mr.
Twlchell was also In the conference.
Mr. Wlnship declared that he did not
want to have his name used for gov
ernor at this time unles he had a
dead sure chance of winning, and un
der the circumstances he preferred
that some one else make the sacrifice.
Mr. Spalding objected to (he office of
•water being promised to Marshall for
two years hence, as he desired that
frost himself, hot he was persuaded
to keep still as even lf Marshall fell
into the trap, many things might hap
peia ia two years so that it wonld not
be necessary to keep the promise ansa
It they were ia poattioa to do so. Mr.,
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TODAY'S KABKETS.
(Furnished by the Wisconsin Grain and
Stock Co., Broken, Room 16, Cllttord
Building. Both- Phones 400.)
Saperter daotattmu tor KlaaempolU
Deliver}'.
Wheat— July. Sept. Dec.
Open 8314-* 83%-*
High ,...83% 83% 83%
Low ....83 82& 82%
Close ... .83% 83 83
Puts 82%
Calls 83$
Curb 83
CMeaa* Delivery.
Wheat— July. Sept.
Open 83%-% 83%-%
High ....83% 83%
Low 82% 82%
Close ... .82% 83
Puts
Calls
Curb
Corn-
Open ....52%-%
High 62%
Low ....61%
Close ....62%
fir*
61
61%
Oats-
Open ... .39%-%
Close 39%
Pork—'
Open ....17.20 .•
High 17.20
Low .....16,80
Colse ....17.10
S«T*
16.60-.67
16.77
16.65
16.77
8.90-.*2
8.92
Lard—
Open .... 8.72-.70
Close .... 8.75
Dalath Delivery.
Wheat— July. Sent.
Open ....84% 84%
Close 84% S&&.8I*
Flax— BW
open ...u»}t
Close ..,.112%
No. 1 hard......
No. 1 northern..
No... S northern:..
go. whe»t
No. duram.....
No. .2 durmm....
No. S corn....
No. S corn......
No. S oats..
No. S oats.....
Bly ..........
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WILL -SOON BE HAPPY. 5U-STER, BROWN
WILL COME BACK. THEY WILL BE ON THI-S
PACE A LONG TIME. THEY WILL DELIGHT YOl/
AND TALK To YOU ABol/T OUR BU-SINE-S-S.
PERHAPS YOU WONDER HOW WE iOT MR. R.F.
OUTCAULT, THE CREATOR OF BU-STER BROWN
AND THE WORLDS HIGHEST PAID ARTIST, To
MAKE FOR
Die.£
Wheat— July. Sept
Open ... .90 89%
Close....89% 89
FRE-SH, -SIGNED DRAWING
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WE MAKE A PROFIT. EVERY MERCHANT MUJT.
WE DO NoT"CUT PRICE-S"-EXCEPT ON BROKEN
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Twlchell furnished the brains to evolve
most of the schemes put up, in the
attempt to fool the dear people. It
was a most Interesting gathering.
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let,:
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9t I sale Delivery.
Wheat—-July. Sept
Open ....80% 81
Close ... .79% 80%
82%
F&SI'SS
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July flax ....
NO. 1 northern.....
No. northern,....
110
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^Minneapolis—Today, 143 last year,
Culuth—Today, 45 last year, 42.
Ferelca Cable*.
Liverpool—Closed lower.
Will Be Solid Floor.
In the construction of the new
freight depot here the Great Northern
has determined upon a flooring with
gravel foundation. The main floor
will be about five or six feet above
ground and the entire inner walls
beneath this will be filled with gravel,
so that the joists may rest thereon.
This will give a floor that will be less
noisy and at the same time more dur
able. It is estimated that three hun
dred car-loads of "filling" will be need
ed for the work. Under the office
portion of the depot there will be a
basement, however, in which old
records can be stored away.
•7_-room house on North Third
with, city water and sewer
St,
plumbed for gas. Good well Small
cellar. The nouse is (n flrst-clasa
repair Inside and outside/ 40x140
ft. lot. Some nice shade trees. Very
reasonable Uraur cu be, arranged
tor. liet us Show this to you. B
,745.
Wiee A very nice 7-room house in
the South End on a 50 ft. lot with
large nice shade trees. Oood barn,
wen and cistern. $S00 cash ban
dies this. It's a very good, piece
of property, and well worth wore:
money. B-671.
aaeee—Buys a beautiful nix-room
house on a CO ft. lot locateid on'Bel
mont Ave. City water. Large barn
on premlr—
tlses.
a
good proposition.
on pre:
1-100.
•lsee—8100 down, the balance to be
arranged. .Good clean house In first
class condition. Large rooms
clothes' closets. City water, xma
oger^le good only for few days,
fjeefc-A good I0rorai hewie Just
the thing -tor rooming house. A
money-maker, 69 ft tot. City water.
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they're outing or at home.
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Brownie No. 2 $3.00
Brownie Folding $5.00
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Official Count Shows Stalwart
Victory by Safe Majority—
19 Delegates Elected.
I Wot
Wahpeton, N. D., June 28.—The offi
cial count of the election returns com
pleted last evening shows that the
regular republican delegates were all
elected, the lowest majority received
by a stalwart delegate over the high
est Insurgent being116. Other majori
ties run as high as 60 and over. The
Insurgents have been claiming Rich
land county but It was known all along
that the regular republicans had won?
a victory over the dlsruptlonists al
though the majorities are larger and
the victory more decided than was ex
pected. This gives the stalwarts 1ft
additional votes in the state conven
tion.
A LITTLE MONEY
GOES^tONGJ^fS
Toward the Purchase of a House or Lot
FftOM
E. J. LANDER & CO.
Wfc* Buys a new house with
three rooms on a 50x140 (t lot lo
'R very good locality. It
this Isn't cheap, we don't know what
Is. B-806.
swee—A cottage on University Ave.
6 rooms. City water. Two corner
lots. Fine trees. XSood barn on
premises. A very, nice home. B-
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In Gingham, Chambray and
Galatea Cloth. We Have
them in sizes I to 6 years.
Priced at £l
60cand....
U.UUHH
Buster Brown
Rompers
Aire cool, comfortable and
keep the children's dresses
clean. They are priced at
60 cents 01 fMl
and sJ-Levlvf
Infants* Ready-to
Wear Goods
Get One Free
N O
DAKOTA
A Buster Brown
postal card and
calendar at any
of the depart
ments.
,"
E. J. LANDER A GO.
«-room house on Walnut St
home.^B-SOs!
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fuse «200 cash, balance monthly,
for a nice house on No. Beventb St.
City watery-cellar, eto. Barn on
premises. Fine',shade trees. Hard
wood floors In two rooms. B-S98.
•irS—Each _for lots on North Sev
enth St Quite close in. Easy
terms.
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For a nice lot on Fourth
8t Three lots for f450.
!?,?«_aJot /or two nice lots on No.
Fifth St flO .downi 110 per month.
'MUa. f«' lots on' Dell Ave. Only
a .few-left A. great bargain. 15
down, |i.(0 per month.
pat a lot for lots on Cheyenne Ave.
Beautiful lots. Easy terms.
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on Uni­
versity terms.
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KPaVi# jaejde lots on Chest-
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