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We take prospective rus
tomers out every day to show
properties in different parts of
the city. It don't make any
difference to us whether he is
a capitalist seeking uti invest
ment ,or a workin^mau or a
clerk on the sight of a neat
little home for himself or an
eligible vacant lot on which
to btiild. Our knowledge of
Grand Forks real estate
values is at the disposal of
anyone who wants to take ad
vantage of it We are glad
to give you the information
and we don't get mad if you
fail to buy.
Coming Events.
Jnae 33 to July 30—Church of God
camp iiMHtn.
Jaly 1—Graad Forks v». Winnipeg at
Crookatoa.
•Inly 4—Two ball (ann, Wlaainee
n. Graad Forkn.
Repahlleaa state rairrrr'.lon .Jaiace
tmn, Jaly IS.
Jnly lBi Blagllng Broa. Circuit.
Jaly 10—Riagllag Bros, circus.
Jaly SO Aniast S—Red River Val
ley exposltloa In Graad Forks.
Jaly 80 to Ana- 8—Red River Valley
exposltloa la this city.
Jaly SO to A
as. S—Red River Valley
UfMltln la Graad Forks.
Aocut 0—Graad Forks teaaln tour*
aameat.
Democratic state -.veatloa—Mlast,
J. W. ROM, the architect.
W. J. Edwards, the other architect
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Take No Chances.
Insure your crops against Hail with
the Hatcher Brothers Corporation.
Hail Insurance Agents
Wanted in unoccupied territory. Act
quickly as season's short. The Hatcher
Brothers Corporation, Grand Porks
and Fargo.
At Geist's.
Family orders for fireworks filled
and delivered at Geist's.
Monday will be the last day of the
money raising sale at the Star Gro
cery. Howard & Co.
Will Address Men's Meeting.
Secretary Tuttle of the Y. M. C. A.
will address the men's meeting tomor
row afternoon, his subject being,
"Losing a Gold Mine."
In Slimmer School.
Miss Barker, director of music in
the city schools, left this morning for
Devils Lake, where she has engaged
herself as teacher in the Chautauqua
summer school.
Bradstreet's Man.
A. T. Russell, state representative
for Bradstreet's, and one of the most
popular travelers in the northwest,
was a Visitor in the city yesterday. He
is a witness in the district court in the
suit of Galvin vs. Tibbs-Hutchins Co.
Keeper and Joker.
Ka-waa-nity and Ma-no-poose, which
translated mean "the keeper' 'and the
"joker," both full-blood Chippewa In
dians, were visitors in the city this
morning enroute home to the Turtle
mountains from Fargo, where they
were called to testify before the United
States grand jury.
A Patriotic Service.
Tomorrow evening at the First Bap
tist church a patriotic service will be
carried out. The regular choir, as
sisted by the Sunday school chorus, all
under the direction of Prof. Paul Glad
stone, will sing "To Thee, O Country,"
by Eichberg, and lead the congrega
tion in singing some of America's na
tional songs. Rev. Frank E. R. Miller
will deliver a discourse upon "Great
CALL 848 EITHER 'PHONE
FRICKSONG
AJno. 7 South Third
Choice evaporated
apricots, per lb... lu i'uC
Fancy peeled peaches
per lb
Sour pickles,
per qt
Large bottle Sodelishus
Chow Chow pickles ...
Hoffman House pure
tomato catsup, per bottle. AcJv
Hiawatha fancy patent llonr,
made from No. 1 hard Kg (5
wheat, 49 lb sack .... 14H.eI.tJ
Wampum fancy table
syrup, gal pail AKJl/
Quaker rolled oats,
-T vvv
•on noma
GRAND FORKS REALTY GO.
INVESTMENT BANKERS
SECURITY BUILDING
Honses For Sale and Rent, Fire Insurance, Money to Loan
18c
...7c
28c
....10c
Van Camp's soups,
25c
$1.00
Mat granulated !T
Galnmet laandry soapC"! flfl
40 ban tor .........gHLsUU
Santa Clans soap
SO bars tor
Mrbank's Gold Dust,
lltfl VMtacs ........
flam Leaf lard, '1
perft..........
$1.00
23c
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1. W. BUBGESS
96000 buys the best strictly
modern 12-room house in the
city of Grand Porks, located
in the very heart of the resi
dent district, close in. It is
positively the best bargain in
a high price property in the
city of Grand Forks.
94900 buys a nice 7-room
strictly modern house in the
city. This property is worth
more money and we are pre
pared to make exceptionally
easy terms on this property.
91800 buys a nice 7-room mod
ern house except heat on N.
3rd St. This is a bargain.
93400 buys the best modern
house on University Ave.
Beautifully situated.
925MMW—Beautiful 6-room house
close in on University Ave.
$7fiO—Nice little 5-room house
on N. f»th St.
9630 buys a nice 3-room house
on N. tith St.
9500 buys best 2 lots left on
University close in.
9400—2 fine building lots, N.
7th St.
For Kent—ti-room house, close
in on N. 7th St., $22.50.
1VOTICI&—If you don't see
what you want in this list,
call at our office or call us by
phone and we will be pleased
to show you 300 more prop
erties. We cannot show them
all. as our advertising space is
limited. Get your house and
household goods insured for
the 4th of July. We will write
it for you.
Heart, Patriot and Reformer."
body welcome to all services.
Fireworks at Geists.
Fostcr-McKenzic.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McKenzie
announce the marriage of their daugh
ter, May Barbara, to Charles Beverly
Foster, Wednesday, .June 27, 1906, at
Chicago. They will be at home after
October 1, at Toronto, Can.
A Double Track.
The work of constructing a double
track between Devils Lake and
Churches Ferry has already been be
gun by the Great Northern, the survey
completed and grading started. This
is to help out the Aneta and St. John's
branches and relieve the congestion on
the main line.
A Brave Rescue.
G. F. Fuller, a Moorhead man, on
Thursday evening rescued a 5-year
old child from the Red river at great
danger to his own life, by reason of
his inability to swim. The child had
been playing near the bank and fell
in, being carried a block by the cur
rent before being caught.
Barber Shops Close.
All barber shops in the city have
agreed to close on the Fourth, but
will keep open the night before till
11:30 to attend to the needs of patrons.
The Fourth will be generally observ
ed by Grand Forks citizens and all the
principal places of business will be
shut.
Sold a Carter Car.
W. A. Fox, of the Grand Forks Auto
mobile & Garage Co., has sold a fine
new Carter friction drive touring car
to Peter Wild, a wealthy farmer resid
ing a few mileB from Osnabrock. The
purchase price was $1,400. In order
to deliver the machine Mr. Fox had
to make a drive of twenty miles over
the worst kind of roads, lined with
twelve to fourteen inches of muck.
Saw the Point.
Senator C. I. F. Wagner of Rolla was
a visitor in the city today here to meet
Mrs. Wagner's sister, Miss Stockdill
of Wykoff, Minn., who is to visit at
Rolla for a month or more. "Rolette
county crops are everything that could
be desired," said the senator. "And
by the way, that cartoon in the Even
ing Times showing Winship and Spald
ing ready to duck down their gopher
holes was a peach. I never laughed
so much in my life."
lit Chief Lunkhead.
There's—
The man that will lay you,
v. The cook that will Jaw you,
••f The cat that will claw you.
The chap that will chaw you,
The pup that will paw you.
The gnat that will gnaw you,
The sea that will saw you,
The bark that will taw you,
The rock that will caw you,
The jack that will daw you,
The heat that will thaw you,
The cold that will raw yon,
The fiend that will draw yon,.
he ha a
The crank that will war yon—
but the Most Exalted Grand Master
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who asks:
Every-
City Council Monday Night.
The city council will meet in regu
lar session on Monday evening of next
week.
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.
Judge (Joss Was Here.
Judge Goss, of the district court of
the Minot district, was a visitor in
Grand Forks this morning. He was
bound for the west.
New Apartments.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Reinecke have
changed their place of residence from
Walnut street to apartments in the
Spriggs block.
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.
Gave a Social.
The social given last evening under
the auspices of the Young People of
Zion Lutheran church on the church
lawn, proved very successful both
financially and socially.
Offer a Reward.
The owners of dogs in Moraine
township, this county, have posted a
reward of $250 for information lead
ing to the arrest and conviction of the
person or persons who are setting out
poison.
Hlllsboro in '07.
The state encampment of the G. A.
R. for 1907 is to be held at Hillsboro,
Gov. Sarles having extended the vet
erans an invitation on behalf of the
citizens of the Traill county metrop
olis, to meet with them.
is the Isolated Idiot
Public Stenographer.
Laura Daubenberg, Room S, Clifford
Building. Phones—98S-M., N. W. 892.
K* Tri'State.
Is Entertaining.
Mrs. R. B. Griffith is entertaining a
company of lady friends this afternoon
at a house-party.
Change Beats.
Tomorrow being the first of the
month, the members of the local police
force will make their usual changes of
beat.
Irish-American Dance.
A dancing party will be given under
the auspices of the Irish-American
club next Wednesday evening, July 4,
at the club rooms.
For Bemidji.
Mrs. C. H. Robinson and mother,
Mrs. Seal, and Elizabeth and Seal
Robinson leave on Monday for an out
ing at Luke Bemidji.
Called on Friends.
John Overson, one of the true blue
republicans of the state and a promin
ent citizen of Buxton was a caller on
the "Boe-Kulstad boys" today.
Rev. Beadles III.
Owing to the illness of Rev. J. M.
Beadles Rev. Henry Witham will
speak at the First Methodist church
tomorrow morning.
Sunday Street Cars.
Winnipeg property owners by a vote
of 2,891 to 1,647 decided yesterday up
on a Sunday street car service. The
Winnipeg people are gradually becom
ing civilized.
The Evening Times was in error on
the Star Grocery sale, Monday being
the last day instead of Friday. Pay
cash for your groceries and' save
money tonight and Monday at the Star
Grocery, Howard & Co.
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Marriage Permits.
Licenses were issued to three
couples today, as follows: William I..
Trann to Flora Powell John Weson
to Lucy Bossom Chas. L. Ely to
Marion Barry.
Change of Date.
That meeting of the local union of
Painters No. 315, which was to have
been held on July 4th, has been chang
ed to the evening of July 3, on account
of Independence day. All union and
non-union painters are requested to be
present.
Defer Sentencing.
Owing to the incompletion of the
Galvin suit against Tibbs, Hutchins
& Co., Judge Fisk this afternoon an
nounced that he would defer the
sentencing of convicted prisoners un
til Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
For Philippines.
Assistant Paymaster John Hancock
and A. Shumaker, clerk, both assigned
for duty in the Philippines and now
visiting in the city, the former with his
parents, leave on Monday night for
Olongapo, P. I., where they are to be
stationed. Mrs. Hancock will not leave
for the islands until next fall.
Will Dedicate Chnreh.
Dr. E. P. Robertson left this morn
ing for Russell where he will preach
the dedicatory sermon of the magnifi
cent new Methodist church which has
just been completed at that place, to
morrow! There will be three services
during the day.
Fun for Ladies, Too.
Those in charge of the Fourth of
July program for the Town and Coun
try club people, wish it understood
that the ladies are not being neglect
ed. A program suitable to the fair sex
will be arranged. This will include
tennis, golf and other pleasures.
Died at Hotel.
Ole N'ewsvik, aged about 60 years,
died at 7 o'clock this morning at the
Hotel Nelson on S. Fourth street. The
cause of death was not apparent, but
the deceased is said to have been
mentally deranged for sometime past.
The funeral will probably be held to
morrow.
They Want Mileage.
A story comes from Buxton that im
mediately after the recent primary
election the insurgents began serious
ly discussing the idea of having the
state or county pay the expenses of
the delegates to the state convention
so that they would* be free from the
influence of any of the candidates.
A Xcw Blackstonian.
John J. Sampson, one of the bright
young men of the state who gradu
ated from the college of law of the
state university a few weeks ago, is
arranging to open an office for the
practice of his profession in the St.
John's block. He will occupy the front
room of the suite of offices belonging
to the Boe-Kulstad agency.
Successful Opening.
Manager A1 Logan of the Lakeside
hotel at Maple Lake, and Mrs. Logan
returned to the city this morning. They
report the formal opening of the new
hostelry last evening as a complete
success. The dance given in connec
tion at Calumet hall was attended by
about forty couples and the supper
served at night was well patronized
and brought forth numerous compli
mentary remarks upon its excellence.
The music for the dance was excellent
and the last cords had not died out
when the clock showed the hour as
2:30. The new hotel is a good one,
with plenty of room, excellent loca
tion and best of all, a superior man
agement. That it will enjoy an excel
lent patronage there can be no doubt
S. S. ASSOCIATION.
Of Polk County Closed Convention Last
Evening—Officers Elected.
The Polk County Sunday School as
sociation closed its fourth annual con
vention at Crookston last night Miss
Grace Longfellow, state field worker
of the primary department, was pres
ent and gave some very interesting
addresses on the primary and junior
work. Rev. F. E. R. Miller and Prof.
Robertson, both of Grand Forks, gave
addresses at the evening session.
It was decided to divide the county
Into four districts, comprising from
eight to ten Sunday schools, each dis
trict to be in charge of a vice presi
dent. The officers for the following
year are: President, Jbhn Crawford,
Crookston secretary, Mrs. Geo. Heath,
Crookston first vice president, Geo.
Benson, East Grand Forks second
vice president, B. J. Bradshaw, Brs
klne third vice president, James De
war, Crookston fourth vice president,
E. E. Peck, Euclid. Executive com
mittee: Geo. Wright, chairman, Mrs.
B. A. Mills and W. L. Vannet, all of
Crookston. Delegates to state conven
tion: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wright,
Crookstoa
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Get One Free
A Buster Brown
postal card and
calendar at any
of the depart
ments.
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THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, H. D.
Buster Brown
^CUBelts
Ask for the Buster brown
Belts at the Boys' Clothing
Department. We have them
in red, brown and QB,_
black. Price .. *iOC
White Duck Hats
Boys* White Duck Hats,
50c
stitched rim,
Price 35c and...
Windsor Ties
Windsor Ties for the little
ones regular 25c values.
Price now
only
Bathing SultsJ^ZZ
Boys' 2-jjiece Bathing Suits
in navy blue in sizes 26 in.
to 34 in. Our
price now only.
30c
Buster Brown
Salts
Our Royal Blue Buster
Brown Suits, laige sailor
collar and cuffs. Come in
sizes 2\ to 8 years. Regular
$6 values. Ci 1C
Price now onlyjM*
Blouse Suits
Our Brown Serge Blouse
Suits, with white front and
cuffs, high button collar
sizes 2\ to 8 years. Regular
$6 values. C4.
Price now only M*
Shoes
We wish to reduce our
stock of Misses', Children's,
Boys' and Youths' Oxfords
ana Tan Shoes, and in or*
der to do so have reduced
the price accordingly.
GetOne Free
A Buster Brown
postal card and
calendar at any
of the depart
ments.
P0L1CE_C0URT
Christ Hansen Draws Shot
Prom Revolver and Thirty
Days From Court.
Christ Hansen was the name given
by a man whom Officer Halvorson ar
rested at an early hour this morning
while prowling about the streets and
alleys near the opera house. Hansen,
when first ordered to stop, invited the
officer to go south, or some other
equally warm section of the country.
Halvorson denied himself this great
pleasure, however, and proceeded to
burn powder. One shot was enough
and Hansen stopped and accompanied
the peace guardian. This morning
Judge Church gave the fellow the op
tion of thirty days in hock or 15 min
utes to make tracks. The last seen
of him he was cutting "23's" on the
railroad ties.
William Maloney, a plain drunk
with frills on the jag itself, plead
guilty before the same magistrate find
was accorded a hotel-de-city-hall meal
ticket for the next eight days.
Sons of Norway.
The grand lodge meeting of the
Sons of Norway for Wisconsin, Minne
sota and North Dakota was-convened
ait 10 o'clock this morning in Loyal
Knights' Temple at Fargo. The ses
sion was called to order by President
4.nthony Grotte of Minneapolis. Over
a hundred delegate^ are in attendance.
The forenoon and,. afternoon were
given over to the holding of a business
session and Oils..evening .the visitors
will be entertained by t&fe Fargo lodge
at Pirie's hall, where a regular Noi
weglan Sexa will be -going on. The
convention will last through: Bbnday
and Monday. The Grand Fortes dele
gates, representatives from Varden
lodge, are Judge L. K. Efessell, regent
of the grand lodge, A. M. Lodmell, A.
Oudlaug and H. Langord.
Mrs. W0der*8 Guest
Mrs. Dr. Evans of Minot arrived
in the city last evening from Fargo on
her way home from the Eastern Star
meeting. She is the guest of Mrs. F.
W. Wilder.
Case Confined.
The suit of Holwager vs. Schroeder,
which was to have been tried at I^ang
don this week before Judge Kneeshaw,
has been continued over to the Decem
ber term of the Cavalier county dis
trict court
Fire at Asylu.
Jamestown, N. D., June 29.—A small
fire was recently discovered in the big
barn at the state hospital, duo to the
Igniting of a bunch'of oiled rags left
near the window. The regular insti
tution alarm was turned on and the
employes extinguished the blase' with
Uttle trouble. Fire practice work Is
had at frequent Intervals at tfiis asy
lum and the employee
proficient In the
promptly.
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w^rk of tuning out
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STOCKS, GRAIN, PROVISIONS
St. Paul, Superior. Winnipeg.
Ouluth. Minneapolis
BRANCH OFFICE
No. 16 Clifford BM{. t. B. WADSLEY. HJr
TODAY'S MARKETS.
(Furnished by the Wisconsin Oratn and
Stock Co., Brokers, Room 16. Clifford
Building. Both Phones 400.)
Superior Quotation for Hluctpolli
Delivery.
Wheat— July. Sept. Dec.
Open ....81H-54 81%-% 81%-%
HIGH 81% 81% 81%
LRTJW 81 80% 80%
CLOSE 81 80% 81
PUTS
Calls
Curb
Corn—
Open .62%-%
High....53
Law '..' 52%.
"Close 52%
Oats—•
Open:. .39%-%
Close ....39%
P°rK—
THAT.WE'SHOULD
WHY NOT -SURPRISE ALL OF YOUR. FRIENDS
WHO THINK YOl/ CAN'T DRE-S-S AS WELL AS
THEY DO AND JHOW THEM HOW PRETTY YOU
CAN LOOK WHEN YOU TRY? AND YOU CER
TAINLY ARE NOT GOING TO LET THE FOURTH
GO &Y WITHOUT DRE55IN) UP AND PAYING
YOUR RE-5PECT.5 To UNCLE JAM. HE GAVE U5
FREEDOM, BUT REALLY, CAN YOU FEEL FREE
TO Do JU-5T WHAT YOU PLEASE AND Go JU.5T
WHERE YOU PLEA.5E IF YOU ARE NOT DRE
FOR THE OCCASION? IF YOU PUT OFF BUYING
YOUR FOURTH OF JULY OUTFIT UNTIL THE
"ELEVENTH HOUR," REMEMBER OUR READY
TO-WEAR DEPARTMENTS, WHERE WE CAN FIT
YOU OUT, FROM TIP To ToE, IN A VERY FEW
MINUTES.
Get a Buster Brown Postal Card and Calendar
Free at Any of the Departments
»R. B. GRIFFITH
80%
CUctf, Delivery.
Wheat— July.
Open 81-80%
High 81
Low 80%
Close ... .80%
Puts
Calls
Curb
Sept.
81%-%
a*-
82%-%
81%
8 0
52%-%
49%-50
55*.*
'/mm
8.77+.1S
OpjEn
Close
8.32-.95
8.H7
•v 8.80
Datatfc' Delivery,
Wheat—-July. Sept. Dee.
Open .., .82"
Close ....82
81%
Flax-
Open ...113 113 ....
Close ...113% 113% ....
Hew Task Delivery.
Wheat— July. Sept. ZMO.
Open ....87% 87% 88K
Close 87% 87% ....
It
Laala Delivery.
Wheat— July.
Open ....70j£
Close ....791
Sept.
si
79
Mlaaeapalla Oaah Olaaa.
No. 1 hard..
No. 1 northern..
No. 2 northern..
No. 8 wheat
No. 8 corn
No. 8 corn
No. 3 oats....
No. 8 oats/
Bly
Flax
iig
81
78-80
I
49
3#-48™
6«%-68%
10»%
No. 1 northern...
No. 2 northern... 80
trertkweet Car
Minneapolis—Today. 808 last -year,
199..
Duluth—Today, 48 last year, li.
Winnipeg—Today, S3 last year, 8!
Live
'lower.
SahMrfbrfor fka Brastac ^laea,^
AT B0WBELLS
Election of Officers For the
Newly Organized City Oc
curs—Other Notes.
Special to The Brealas Tinea.'
Bowbells, N. 0.. June 30.—The elec
tion of officers for the newly organ
ized city of Bowbells was held in the
town hall Tuesday. Last Saturday
evening a caucus was held, and a
ticket nominated, which was elected
to a man. The following is the corps
of officers chosen at Tuesday's elec
tion. 1
Mayor—H. C. Bleuhner.
Alderman—O. H. Johnson,: Jerry
Donovan, W, J. Love and R. B. Burger.
Police Magistrate—A..W. Movius.
Treasurer—T. O. Hunter.
SATURDAY,
ALWAYS
L00K OUT TOR SURPRISES.
THlSfSToRZ HAS'En.-W
QUAUTY^rjYLE & PRICED
IF YOU DOUBT DiAT HONESTY
IS THE
BEST
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FOR LITTLE GIRLS,
Buster' Brown .'fAs
Goats
In Linen and Cotton Pop
lin. Sizes 1 to 6 yean.
They are just die thing for
these cool evenings.
Buster BrownL
Dresses
In Gingham, Chambray and
Galatea Cloth. We have
them in sizes I to 6 years.
Priced a£|f flj"| ATI
6 0 a
Buster Brown
Are cool, comfortable and
keep the children's dresses
clean. They are priced at
60 cents fi1 f|T|
and ..... kPAiUU
Infants' Ready-to
Wear Goods
We have a very coi^plete
stock of everything reMy
to-wear for infants.
Brownie
Kodaks
J-5ED
just the thing for the boys
and girls during the vaca
tion. Just the kind of em
ployment for them whether
they're outing or at home.
And they are not expen
sive, other.
Brownie No. 1. $1.00
Brownie Wo. 2 $3.00
Brownie Folding $3.00
City Auditor—P. E. 'McLellan. X'
City Attorney—F. I. Lyon. "f
Chief of Polices-Arthur Day.
The above named officials who atfe
at the head of affairs in our young
city, are all prominent and represen
tative business mien, in whose hands
the taxpayers or the city are well sat
isfied to allow their destinies to rest.
as was- shown by the heavy vote
polled, there being 100 votes cast at
the election Tuesday.- j. .:
Enlarging Barber Shop. 'L
Bernard Mullen has secured more
roem at 107 DeMers avenue next the
bridge and is having it remodeled into
a neat barber shop.
HOUSE BARGAINS
,+***• ,.:.Two first class houses on a nice Corner
lot In the South'Bnd, quite close In and in a splendid
locality. The. houses are thoroughly modern with the
exception! of heat Everything In first class condition
Monthly rental, 852.50. A splendid investment:'1' Rea
sonable terms can be arranged. If you are looking
for a gut edge investment, this will stand the closest
Investigation'. We know It's a great bargain, and
something that will make the purchaser money.
B-8*4_fieoe. Another great bargain. Nice 7-room
house close In In first class locality. City water Good
cellar. Barn on premises. Very reasonable terms
This is a beautiful home at a low price.
B-0M. lltM. A nice hew' house In a good locality.
City water, and cellar. Wood shedon premises. 'Here
Is a nice cosy home at a very reasonable figure One
attractive feature about this proposition is that the
terms can be arranged practically to suit 8100 to
8800 cash, or even 850 cash if you can make good
monthly payments. What's the use of paying rent
any longer? Look this up.
aw. In a small house this Is without doubt
thelrast bargain in the city today.' A small three
room house In good condition, a fair barn, and a
brand new wood. shed °n line lot with nice large
shade trees. ALL FOR KSO. This property is actually
worth from 880 to 81400. For a few days the prlie
is 8(80. The locality is all
notsoveryfarout.'
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ity is sill right sad the property is
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Justice of the Peaee—H. L. Lyon
Wednesday evening a joint meeting
of the did board of village trustees and
the new board.of. city officials was held
when the former checked out and the
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