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Sen Dentist.
Dr. E. M. Pierce has opened his
new dental office in Suite 44 Security
block, opposite Hotel Dacotah. Hours
9:30 to 12 2 to 5. Phone 1082-L.
REAL ESTATE)
W. H. KELSEY
No. 20 N. Fourth Si. Both 'Phones No. 20
For Rest—Five-room house near
Winship school. (15 per month.
For Sale—Six-room house, city
watcr, good cellar, fine lawn and
barn, on University Ave. $2200.
For Sale—Two new houses on
Cheyenne Ave. 11,100 each.
There is over one million dollars
to be spent here in improvements
during the next 14 months. One
million spent in improvements
means more improvements no
now in sight.
A million or more spent here in
new improvements will raise
W. ,T. Edwards, the other architect.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
I have 1,000 tons of ice for sale at
$2 per ton, F. O. B. East Grand Forks,
car load lots—how is that? Hugh
Dunlevy, East Grand Forks, Minn.
To Teach »ar City.
Miss Ella Donovan of Ardoek is an
arrival today, she having been engage.!
to teach the school south of and near
this city.
Wanted—Painters and Gralners.
Grainers will be paid 40 cents an
hour. Bailes and Perkins. Ninth St.
and Alpha Ave.
Crystal Visitor.
Miss Effie Stafford, a charming and
accomplished young lady of Crystal,
is the pleasant guest of friends in the
city for a few days.
For the Ladies.
Bring your shirtwaists to Mrs.
Emma Deering's and have them made
up-to-date for $1.00 and $1.25 apiece.
121 S. Third street.
Have Returned Home.
Miss Sadie Armour, who has been
the pleasant guest of the Misses Rose
and Deborah Walsh at Minto. has re
turned to ber home in this city.
And Again.
All Great Northern trains excepting
the Fargo dinky were late again this
morning, No. 9 two hours. No. 5 half
an hour, No. 2 an hour, and so on
down the list,
Lost.
Fine English setter dog in vicinity
of the university, white and black spot
ted and half white and half black face.
Finder please notify M. Tamory, bell
boy, Hotel Dacotah.
Money to Loan.
Sullivan Bros, have money to loan,
at lowest rate of interest, on First
and Second Mortgages, in Minnesota
and Dakota. Offices over First National
Bank, East Grand Forks.
Special on Tablets and Stationary.
Call at the Northern News Stand
at 316 DeMers avenue or 205 N. Third
street and get your tablets, pencils and
stationery. School commences next
Monday. J. H. Burke.
Returns From Iowa,
John Sheehy, accompanied by Mrs.
Sheehy, returned last evening from
Pottsville, la., where they have been
visiting friends and relatives. Mrs.
Sheehy visited friends in Wisconsin
also. They report a pleasant trip.
rallies from 10 to 25 and 50 per
eent. If you contemplate buy
ing, now is the time and here is
the plaee to buy. I have over one
thousand lots tor sale at $25, $35.
$40. $50. $60. $75. $85, $100, $125,
$150. $175. $200, $225. $250 and on
up to $3,000 or more for resi
dences and from $3,000 to $9,000
for business property, nearly all
on easy terms. Let mo take my
auto and show them to you.
For Sale—Vive-room cottage on
Cherry St.. $1500. Lot. 50x140 ft.
I'Vnce. shade trees, cellar.
W. H. KELSEY, Grand Forks
Public Stenographer.
Laura Daubenberg. Room Clifford
Building. Phones—983M. N. W, 292
K. TrUState.
Lost.
Thursday afternoon, small gold
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breastpin between Fifth and Sixth
streets on International avenue. Find
er will please notify Times Office.
Whatever's Right.
Stanchfield calls your attention to I
his full line of school suits. Prices
and quality are in keeping with the
reputation for "good goods" that has
made Stanchfield's Corner famous. See
ad on another page.
Visiting Here
Mrs. M. C. Mcintosh and Mrs. S. F.
Orr are spending a few days in the
city the guests of the former's daugh
ter. Miss Mary Mcintosh. The ladies
have been attending the Minnesota
state fair and stopped on their return
home.
A Final Farewell.
Tom Corrigan entertained at a bach
elor's dinner at the home of Charles
Comings last evening in honor of Ray
Jackson who is to be married next
Wednesday. A dozen of Mr. Jackson's
intimate friends were present.
Leasing of School Lands.
The annual leasing of school lands
in Grand Forks county will be held
this year on Oct. 6, according to re
ports from Bismarck received by
County Treasurer Pourpore yesterday.
There are about 20,000 acres to lease
in this county at that time.
Depot Repairs.
A crew of men today began work on
repairs to the Northern Pacific pas
senger depot on North Third street.
The roof and protecting eaves will be
re-shingled for one thing, and other
needed changes will probably be made
before the work is completed.
School Teachers Arrive.
Miss (Catherine Toole, one of the
popular teachers in the public schools,
has arrived for her school work.
Many of the teachers are expected to
day and the rooming houses are be
ing filled up again with people who
have been away for the summer.
Back From the Fair.
John Dinnie is back from Minnea
polis where he saw the famous Bron
cho race yesterday. He reports big
crowds, boiling hot weather and rather
tame races on account of the one
sided affair for the Broncho, who haJ
it all her own way in her event.
SCHOOL AND OFFICE
Furniture and Supplies
l« the Ml'l.TI COPIER—Cople* do not
curl or feel Micky. Every teaeher
Mhould have one. Handy In the office.
Commercial Nap of U. S. for aehoold
and office*. Jut completed.
New Map of North Dakota, cloth
fi.so
Geo. W. Colborn Supply Co.
X. W. PHONE 1099.K.
51# X. FIFTH STREET, GRAND FORKS. D.
Kent Realty & Investment Co.
CITY REAL ESTATE=
HOUSES.
•15B£—For a fine six-room House
on Walnut St.: city water, brick
foundation and cellar hardwood
floors downstairB. Fine lawn and
shade trees. Rents for $18. 1256.
•1000 Takes a cozy six-room
house on Oak St. brick founda
tion, cellar and basement hard
wood floors, furnace And good
well. Nice lawn and shade.
Look this up. 1270.
WStO—Here Is a well built 'five
room house on N. Seventh St.
city water, brick foundation and
cellar fifty-foot lot with four
teen fine shade trees. Tou wlTi
Uk. this place. 1257.
•SIM For as cozy a six-room
nouse as there Is In the city.
It ia located on Cheatnut St., close
in. Has fine large bath room, ga»
and city water also good wood
shed on premises. Can be pur
chased on easy terms. Here Is
bargain.
LOTS.
9100 for two nice corner lots on
Oak St., easy terms. 1248.
IlltM each for two very desir
able lots on Dike avenue. 1221.
9123 each for two very nice lots
on lone Ave., close to Winship
school. Sewer in alley. 1230.
9300 each for two choice corner
lots on Lewis Boulevard, River
side Park. Investigate. 1268.
9850 for a very choice corner lot
on Cheyenne Ave., close to Win
ship school. 1167.
Lots on University Ave. from 913S
to 9300.
FOR RENT.
On Cottonwood St. Six-room
house, city water, brick founda
tion, cellar and woodshed. $20
per month.
On University Ave.—Seven-room
house, city water, brick founda
tion, cellar and woodshed. $18
per month.
OPEN EVENINGS
The Kent Realty and Investment Company
Diphtheria Cases.
Two cases of diphtheria have been
reported within the past feft days, one
being child of I. P. Platz on Fourth
avenue and the other one of Mr. Leo
of the G. N. offices. The cases are mild
ones and the patients doing well.
A Ha by Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Larivee, old residents
of this section living near the city, are
the happy parents of a boy born to
them last eveniug. Mother and child
are doing nicely.
Repairing Belmont Paving.
Street Commissioner Durick is busy
with crews of men taking out o'.il
blocks in the paving in different parts
of the city and substituting new. They
are at work on Belmont avenue at
present.
Schwam on Shoes.
School commences on September 10
and we want every school boy in Grand
Forks to wear the "Red School House"
shoe. They are guaranteed to be
strictly first class. If you try them
once you will buy no other. Geo.
Schwam. 123 S. Third street.
Au Echo Meeting:.
An interesting meeting of the Willis
A. Gorman Post. G. A. R., was held
last evening at which short talks were
made oil the recent national encamp
ment. Among those who sinike were
Commander Pierce. General Standish,
A. S. Burrows, and .1. M. O'Neal.
Died at Hospital.
I-a st night at about 10 o'clock at the
Deaconess hospital occured the death
of Mrs. M. E. Young, aged 33 years.
Her only relative in the city is Mrs.
Albert Hunter. Deceased had been a
trained nurse for several years. Fu
neral arrangements will be announced
later.
The funeral will take place from St.
Paul's Episcopal church tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Cheap Rate to Toronto, Ont.
The Northern Pacific will sell round
trip tickets to Toronto, Ont, account
annual meeting I. O. O. F., at rate of
one fare plus $2.00. Tickets will be on
sale Sept. 12 to 14. Limit Sept. 24. Ex
tension of limit will iie made until
Oct. 24. on payment of $1 additional.
D. Mulrein, agent.
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The Maid and the Mummy.
"The Maid and the Mummy" com- I
pan.v arrived today and are taking up
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quarters in the city. There are about
HO people in the cast. The show is to
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lie put on at the Metropolitan tonight.
Platkey is Prospering.
Word from Chicago states that
George Platke, formerly in business
here, is doing well in business there.
He is a member of the firm of Louis
Deutch and company, manufacturers
of silk waists.
Abandoned Whiskers lor Wheat.
F. Hagness of this city is running
the barber shop of S. Keena at Hamil
ton. while the latter is filling the posi
tion of separator man in a threshing
outfit. The threshing job is not to
pleasant as the whisker trimming
one. but while it lasts is a better pay
ins one.
Land Seekers Here.
A party of land seekers from
Rochester. 111., is in the city today
and will go out over some of the Red
river farms with a view of purchasing.
They will also look over considerable
of the western portion of the state be
fore returning.
Latest Fall Suitings.
Have just received my line of fall
suitings in all the late weaves and
colors. We aim to give you satisfac
tion in all lines of tailoring work and
would like to have you call and ex
amine our fall line before the choice
pieces are gone. M. Nordlund, Tailor,
23 So. Third street.
Took Cast Off.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Woolsey returned
to the city yesterday from Maple Lake
where they have bgen "vacating" for
several weeks, with a view to permit
ting Mr. Woolsev's recovery from the
accident of several weeks ago, which
cost him a broken leg. The cast was
only removed yesterday.
Free! Free!! Free!!!
To every child who buys fifty cents
worth of school supplies at W. J.
O'Rourke's Confectionery Store, 117
N. Third street, he will make them a
present of a fine folding slate. This
slate has four different leaves and is
put up in a nice red cover. Don't wait
or else you won't get one of these.
Health Is Improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell and family
of Grand Forks, departed yeSterday for
their home. They came to Bemidji
a month ago for the especial purpose
of benefiting Mr. Russell'B health by
a stay in the pine country. He return
ed home feeling much better than be
fore he came here.—Bemidji Pioneer.
Reception and Banquet.
The railway mail clerks will tender
a reception and banquet to F. McBrlde
who has recently been promoted to the
position of chief clerk in the railway
mail service. The reception will be
held at the Commercial club rooms
and the banquet will be served at Lo
gan's. The decorations will be artistic
and the evening will be one of the
most delightful possible.
Finishing Cornices.
The new International Harvester
company's office building and ware
house on Eighth street is rapidly near
ing the finish, at least so far as the
exterior is concerned. The contractors
are now working on the roof and cor
nices. With its red pressed brick
front of four stories and heavy trim
mings over the entrances, the new
structure presents a very fine appear
ance.
Howe Will Visit Here.
J. W. Howe will arrive in the city
in the morning to accompany Mrs.
Howe who has been visiting her sister.
Miss May Barney, back to Duluth. Mr.
Howe is connected with Anchor Line
and may add something to the pleasure
of his visit by spending a few days
hunting. It will be something of a
recreation after his strenuous atten
tion to tjie details of his work for
several months.
Picnic For Boarder**.
Mrs. G. W Barton will give her
boarders a picnic in the country to
morrow. She has given a number of
them during the summer and tomor
row will probably be the last of the
more than delightful events, much to
the regret of those who participate in
them. She never discloses the place
where they will be held, but provides
carriages which convey the party to
the place selected and there the feast
is spread.
Tinker Changes Finns.
It will be news to the trade as well
as the many friends outside of those
.who have dealt with him in a business
.way to learn that W. M. Tinker, the
representative of the Grumsrud Shoe
Co., in this territory for some time
past, has changed firms and will
hereafter represent the Roberts, John
son and Rands Shoe Co., of St. Louis,
in this territory. Mr. Tinker has
made Grand Forks his headquarters
for some time and has made many
friends by bis straightforward meth
ods of doing business and his pleasing
.personality. "Tink" is known to the
trade as reliable in his business deals
*'«m THE EVENING TIMES, GFAND FORKS, ». D.
and the fact that he is to remain in
the territory will be good new? to his
many business acquaintances.
Leasing School Lands.
The leasing of the school lands in
this county will take place at the
courthouse on October ti at 10 o'clock
a. m.
A Michigan Pastor.
Reverend J. Craig Watt of Michigan
will exchange with Reverend Clark
of the Congregational church in this
city on Sunday morning.
Sale of City l'ro|M.'rl}.
A deed was placed on record today
transferring the property on the cor
ner of Fourth street and Gertrude ave
nue to S. A. Martin, the consideration
being 13.100.
A Young Traveler.
Little Miss Alice Mcintosh is having
a delightful visit with her sister. Miss
Mary Mcintosh of the Ontario store,
who is only seven years old. The Utile
lady made the trip from her home at
Crystal to this city all by herself and
justly feels proud of her ability as a
traveler.
Back From Visit.
John Bridenlmch came in thisvuoru
ing from St. Paul and the east having
been down to visit his father at Aber
deen. South Dakota. His parent, re
cently underwent au operation there
and is convalescing nicely. John took
in the state fair on his way back.
Bound to Itciiiain Aboard.
Captain Sullivan was called by one
of the train crew of the flyer last even
ing to remove an obstreperous in
dividual who seemed loath to get off
at. Grand Forks, even though his
ticket did read for this city. At the
approach of the blue coat the man
changed his niiiul and "twenty-threed."
Boys Steal Papers.
States Attorney Wineman is in re
ceipt of several complaints of boys
stealing newspapers from the door
ways of subscribers after the paper
has be?n delivered. It seems that it
has been the plan of the petty thieves
to take the papers and sell them to
parties on the streets. The states at
torney says that an object lesson will
be made of some of the culprits if de
tected.
Spontaneous Combustion.
The origin of the fire at the Bacon
farm yesterday is thought to have been
from spontaneous combustion as it
was discovered in the loft of the horse
barn which was full of hay at the
time. Dr. Taylor, who was driving out
that way, noticed a thin spire of smoke
emenating from the cupola of the barn
and the blaze was about the basAof the
cu|ola. He drove to the broom factory
at once and turned in the alarm.
Hasseli In Demand.
County Judge Hassel and family re
turned fromi. Maple Lake yesterday
where they spent the summer. The
judge says the hot weather of yester
day was a strong inducement to re
main in the $hade of the trees and to
revel yet awhile longer in the delights
of bathing, but Sheriff Turner has
notified him the jail was becoming
crowded with insane people and that
he had best return to stay the trouble.
Hauling Many Logs.
Advices from Bemidji state that the
Great Northern is hauling consider
able logs over their line, through Be
midji. For the Red River company of
Akeley, the G. N. is hauling a quantity
of logs from
Lthe
spur at Solway, mak­
ing a trip a day, the train consisting
of thirty-three cars. For the Grand
Forks Lumber company, a trainload is
being hauled each day from the hoist
on Lake Irving to the mill of the com
pany at East'Grand Forks.
Fall Strength.
The Grafton Record says: H. A.
Johnson arrived in Grafton Tuesday
from Superior. Mr. Johnson was ap
pointed a member of the Wisconsin
Grain Commission this spring by Gov
ernor Davidson of that state. He says
that just at present they are pretty
well tied up with injunctions but that
the recent action of the North Dakota
Bankers' association in endorsing
their work has helped a whole lot and
that in all probability the commission
will soon be able to show its full
strength.
Court, at Devils Lake.
J. A. Montgomery, clerk of tfie Un
ited States district court for the dis
trict of North Dakota, was at Devils
Lake recently to see whether or not
a term of the court should be held at
that place in September. He found
that all the cases on the docket had
been disposed of except two and he
therefore adjourned the term without
day. The people, of Devils Lake will
have to get into more trouble if they
expect the court to hold long sessions
in that city.
The Grain Growers.
It has been decided to hold the next
meeting of the Tri-State Grain and
Stock Growers convention at Fargo on
the 15,16,17 and 18th of next January.
Among other features, it is planned
to bring strong pressure to bear to
bring about the presence in Fargo
during the meeting of James J. Hill
and Secretary Wilson of the depart
ment of agriculture. Mr. Hill has at
tended a meeting of the Tri-State
Grain and Stock Growers' association
and has always taken a deep interest
in the meetings of the rapidly grow
ing body.
Minnesota Hunters.
Hon. C. M. Sprague and wife of Sauk
Centre, Minn., C. C. Sofgren and wife,
of Ada with their chauffeuj*. M. M.
Tucker, spent the night in 'the city
enroute to the western part of the
state, where they go oh a hunting trip.
Sprague was a candidate last spring
for the office of lieutenant governor
of Minnesota on the republican ticket,
but withdrew. He was a former mem
ber of the state board of equalization
of Minnesota, and otherwise promi
nent. The visitors stayed at the Da
cotah last evening and thiB morning
continued westward.
No Hope for Dr. Ruger.
A few months ago Dr. Ruger of
Devils Lake, one of the pioneer physi
cians of the state, was stricken with
paralysis and since that time has made
no progress towards recovery. The
Inter-Ocean has the following item
concerning him:
"Dr. Jones, a specialist on nervous
diseases of Minneapolis, was here Sun
day in consultation with local physi
cians on the case Of Dr. Ruger. A
complete diagnosis was made, but Dr.
Jones could suggest nothing more
baneflclal than the treatment now be
ing given, nor could he give the grief
stricken family any hope for the ulti
mate recovery of tile distinguished pa
tient. The condition of Dr. Rugerfor
the past few days has steadily grown
worse."
Visited at Rolla.
Mrs. Feetham and son returned to
day from a visit at' Rolla with friends.
From Stump Lake.
Dr. aud Mrs. Campbell came in on
the noon train front Stump Lake, th|
popular place so many Grand Forks
people visit during the hunting season.
Vic Chaffee Here.
Vic Chaffee, receiver for the govern
ment land office at Willlston, arrived
today and will spend the Sabbath with
relatives. He reports himself well
pleased with hi9 work at Willlstan.
Some Yield.
A. Travis, a farmer residing seven
teen miles southeast of Minot, reports
thirteen and a.half acres of blue stein
wheat yielding 515 bushels or about 3)
bushels per acre. He sold 169 bushels
of the wheat to a Sawyer elevator,
receiving 63^ cents a bushel for t,
aud will keep the rest to sell for seed.
The wheat was sown on summer fal
lowing.
Who Are They I
While the Commercial club of this
city was at Lansford on its recent trip
over the northern portion of the state,
a local photographer took a picture of
the party. W. W. Fegan wrote a few
days ago for a copy of the picture and
a proof arrived today. It is a splendid
one and shows every member of the
party. But the peculiarity is that two
ladies appear on the plate, and so far
no one has come forward to identify
them. Mr. Fegan has ordered a few
copies of the picture and will place
one on exhibition.
Looking for Son.
A. S. Taylor of Sheldon, N. D„ for
merly a lumber dealer of Glenburn, is
trying to find trace of his son, Lyle,
who disappeared from Willlston on last
Saturday in a mysterious manner.
Lyle, who is twenty-eight years of
age, had just returned from Montana,
where he had been in the employ of
a sheed rancher. He had fifty or sixt
dollars on his person. Saturday morn
ing the young man's grip was found
on the bank of the Missouri near Wil
liston, the contents being scattered all
over the ground. It Is feared that he
met with' foul play and that now his
remains may be lying at the bottom of
the river.
CHANGED THE BRAND.
Doyou's New Threshing Machine
Wouldn't Work on "Alky."
Charles Doyon, the bonanza farmer,
merchant, banker and a few other
things, purchased a new threshing en
gine this fall. It gave two experts
considerable trouble for several days
the first part of the week, and in con
sequence threshing operations were
delayed on the Doyon farm. Chris
Gordor of Devils Lake was sent for
and after trying two days to make the
engine run, gave up in despair. Doyon
then telegraphed for. an expert from
Minneapolis who arrived promptly and
continued the investigation. The
trouble was in the boiler%ot making
steam sufficient to keep the engine go
ing more than half an hour at a time.
The Minneapolis expert could not dis
cover the cause, and Doyon was about
to destroy the whole threshing outfit
when Mr. Gorder suggested that as
last resort they try well water Instead
of that being used from the slough.
This was done, and the trouble was
immediately obviated. The theory Is
that the slough water had stood so
long it was composed largely of vege
table matter and was too light to make
steam.
ENTERTMNEf) FU METFESSEL
Milwaukee laib Guest of Mrs. Mary
Potter Yesterday at a
House Party.
Mrs. Metfessel of Milwaukee, Wis.,
in whose honor several society events
have been held since her arrival in
this city, was the guest of honor at
an afternoon spent at the home of Mrs.
Mary Potter yesterday. Twelve prom
inent society ladles were entertained
at the pretty home on N. Sixth street.
The rooms were decorated with sweet
peas and astors. Pleasing features of
the' entertainment were vocal selec
tions by Miss Claudia Harris, who de
lighted her hearers with several finely
executed selections. Miss Kate Kel
ly accompanied her and added to the
pleasure of the occasion with instru
mental selections. Mrs. Potter w.'s
voted a delightful hostess. The' re
freshments were dainty and s,erved in
a very tasty manner.
SENATOR HUM! TO ATTEND
Huh Accepted Invitations of Commer
cial Clubs to Be Entertained at
Public Receptions.
In response to the urgent and re
peated solicitations of the business
men and citizens generally, who de
sire to publically evince their approval
of his congressional labors in their
interests, Senator Hansbrough has
consented to attend public receptlonf
to be given in his honor under the aus
pices of the local Commercial clubs
at Minot on September 13th, Donny
brook the 14th, and Willlston the 15th.
"GOVERNOR" BURKE VISITS HI CITY
Exponent oI Jacksonlanlsm In Town
and Greeting His Friends.
John Burke,, who is occupying the
position in state politics that the ani
mal did which %as found fastened in
the thorn busheB when Abraham was
about to offer up his son Isaac, was
in the city last night. He did not
spend much time while ip the city
courting the republicans and went out
to Devils £ake this morning. He
probably believes that Bryan is doing
enough talking for the whole demo
cratic party at this time and for that
reason did not confide his political
dreams fven to the members of his
political household.
E (ETS I YEAR 11 THE PEI
Defaulting Great Northern Express
Agent Sentenced By Judge Cowan.
Warden Boucher of the state peni
tentiary will have Grace In that In
stitution for a year at least At Devils
Lake Judge Cowan sentenced.Thomas
P. Grace to one year in that institution
on the charge of embezzlement. Grace
was the Great Northern express agent
at Rugby and was convicted of steal
ing several thousand dollars of the
company's funds.
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Mr. Cha8. Learry has returned from
St. Paul.
J. H. Dally was an arrival from Min
to last night.
L. Currle of Bathgate, spent last
night In the city.
W. J. Barnes is here on a business
trip from Cando.
Mr. S. Kirk, Chicago, Is spending a
few days In the city.
C. W. Mix has accepted a position
with A. C. Relnecke & Co.
Miss Helga Swarstad of Park River,
is visiting friends in the city today.
Ike Wentworth, the popular travel
ing salesman, will Sunday in the city.
Mr. Ed. Buxton" has returned from
Fargo after spending a few days there.
J. E. Fodness of Aneta was among
the prominent visitors in the city last
night.
Geo. K. Blakeley, returned last night
from a few days' visit at the Minnesota
state fair.
Marfager Geo. Blakely of. the North
western Telephone company came in
from the east this morning on No. 6.
O. G. Nordmarken, one of the big
merchants of Granville, and A. P.
Slmon8on, a prominent citizen of the
same place, are in the city on busi
ness today.
Miss Blanch Franklin arrived today
from Minneapolis, where she has been
visiting friends. She will open a
term of school east of here In Polk
county on Monday.
9 Mr. Howard Moore has accepted a
position in the G.N. baggage room, suc
ceeding Chas. Taylor, who was pro
moted to ticket agent.
SATUR DAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1906
ONTARIO
GROCERY DEPARTW1ENT
A Place where you will.find a Lartfe Variety qf
NICE FRESH FRUIT at the RIGHT PRICES
$2.10
$1.10
99c
99c
25c
BART LETT PEARS,
per case
ALBERTA PEACHES,
per case
RED PLUMS,
per crate
BLUE PLUMS,
per crate
CONCORD GRAPES,
per baskets
FANCY WEALTHY APPLES
per bushel
FANCY WEALTHY APPLES^®
per peek uUC
WATER MELONS.
each •.
RTPE TOMATOES,
per peck
RIPE TOMATOES,
per basket
GREEN TOMATOES,
per peck
WHITE CLOVER HONEY,
per comb
SWEET POTATOES,
5 lbs. for
mc
20c
45c
15c
15c
18c
25c
25c
BANANAS,
per dozen 15c, 20c and
WHITE PICKLING ONIONS,
per peck fOC
R.B. GRIFFITH
GRAND FORKS
PERSONALS
A. R. Thompson is in from Gilby
today.
Rev. A. C. Lemery Is out of the city
today.
EVERY INDIVIDUAL WITH PROPER REGARD FOR
THE FUTURE IS INTERESTED IN INVESTMENTS. IT
HAS BEEN OCB PRIVILEGE TO AID MANY IN THEIR
ENDEAVOR SO TO INVEST THEIR MONET AS TO
SECURE FOR THEM COMFORTABLE PROVISION FOR
I THE PROVERBIAL RAINY DAY. MAY WE AID YOU?
Mr. and Mrs. Ike McGowan arrived
from the east this morning.
A. W. Kasser of Devils Lake is
among the visitors from the west to
day.
C. D. Frederlckson of Grandin, was
among the prominent arrivals last
night.
Mr, Pete McGregor has returned to
Minneapolis after spending a few
weeks In the city.
Misses Clara Sullivan and Rose
Bergdurf of Devils Lake came in last
night for a brief visit in the city.
WASTED HIS MAMA!
Husky Thresher Lasted Short Time Ia
the Work Field.
A few days ago a young farmer
came up out of "Mizzoury" to help
through the thrashing season.
A local newspaper sized him up as
follows:
He was a hucky fellow, big enough
to earn his three dollars per day in
the field. In a short time the home
fever nabbed this tender hearted giant
and he grew so eager for the dear old
farm that he could not bear to.wait
until he arned his carfare he tele
graphed to mother for the money.
When it came he left his team in the
fiefld and hastened homeward.
A strange thing is that feeling called
home-sickness, and never are the
pangs of the malady so keenly felt as
in the still days of autumn. Perhaps
this is because the human animal be
gins to feel sub-consciously the ap
proach of chill winter and recall the
cozy cheer of father's fireside a£ It
was in the old years. Old family dif
fernces and hardships fade before the
glow of this mental picture and the
wanderer thinks that if he were only
back home, "it wouldn't make no dif
ference what anybody said." It Is a
disease that affects some worse than
others, but no one is Immune.
WANTED—TEN BOYS, 12 YEARS OR
older, at Alslp's Brick Yard at 7
o'clock Monday morning.
B-885. Two nice building lots on Walnut St. for $175
apiece. Splendid locality. East front. Small shade trees.
These lots would be cheap at $400. Let us show them
to you.
B-858—$1600. New good house on N. Fourth St. Five
rooms. City water, small cellar, brick foundation. Wood
shed attached. 60x140, ft. lot.
'•B-852—$8500. This is one of the finest eight-room houses
on Walnut St. Water, sewer and bath. Large bricked
up cellar. 70x140 ft. lot with large nice shade trees. This
is, taking everything Into consideration, an Ideal home.
It can be bought on very reasonable terms.
B-8oo-i-$3500. Here's another eight-room house located
on N. Seventh St on a 50x140 ft. lot. The house has
waterk sewer, bath, etc. Located close in. Paved street.
B850—$1800. A Six-room house in the north end quite
close to the Great Northern depot, In a good locality.
37x140 ft. lot. Good brick foundation. City water, etc.
This is a very nice piece of property for the money.
B-8S0—I14&0. Six-room house on N. Seventh St. on a
50x140 ft. lot. City water and good bricked up cellar.
The house Is in good condition throughout, and at the
price offered It Is a bargain.
FOR
SALE—Two good lots on Cottonwood St. at $225
apiece. Two lots on Chestnut St., close In, with fine
shade trees at $325 apiece. Two lots on N. Fifth St., $125
each. Three lots on N. Fourth St., $125 apiece. Three
lots on N. Third St., $20Q apiece. Two lots on N. Sev
enth St., $175 each. Two/ beaktiful lots on University
Ave., $225 each. Four lots on a fine corner just one
block ofT University Ave., $250 apiece. Splendid location
for four houses to rent. Fine lots on Dell Ave., $76 each
80x140 ft. corner lot at the end of N. Fourth St., $100
easy te^ms. Lota In Riverside Park facing on Seward 8t'
B.8W. New six-room house in the north end, 50x140 ft'
lot possession immediately. A fine home. $1800 Is the
price.
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E. J.LANDER & CO.
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