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PACK EIGHT
The Local Itenuol Interest
Gathered lor Tines leaders
nOMC#ONO»NO«OC
I. W. ROBS, the architect
=W. H. KELSEY=
REAL ESTATE, LOANS
A N IN S A N E
No. 2C /forth Fourth Street Both Phones No. 20
For Brat—Six-room house and
barn on North Fifth street. $20
per month. $17 pet month with
out barn. City water free.
Per Bent—Seven-room bouse on
Cheyenne avenue good cellar,
hardwood floors— city water
free. $23 per month.
For Rent—Eight-room honse in
Bast Grand Porks eteam heat
hardwood floors. $20 per
month.
EVr Rent—Eight-room house In
Bast Grand Forks, near saw
mill. $16 per month.
For Sale—Business property on
Third street Rents for $720
W. J. Edwards, the other architect.
Pnblle Stenographer.
Lanra Daobenbcrg, Room S, Clifford
tiaflding.. Phoaes, K. W. 9S3-H, Tri
State 298-B.
Masquerade suits for sale or rent
at 211 North Fifth street.
Which Place.
Gift buyers should know where to
go—Taugbol Sisters.
Shoes Repaired.
If yon want your shoes repaired
promptly call on Fred Smith at No. 9
South Fourth street
Visiting Children.
Peter Carson of North,wood is spend
ing a couple of days with his children
at the DeaoonessT hospital.
Shakes perian Lecture.
la more than appreciated when you
hold in the palm of your hand one of
these dinkey volumes sold only at
Lude's Book store.
Tire Were Disorderly.
There were two drunk and dis
orderly characters in (the police court
on Thursday, and "both paid fines.
There was also one plain drunk.
Seal Estate Transfers.
C. C. Rutherford has sold a section
of land in Gilby township to N. B.
Oonnable, for which he received the
neat little sum of $20,000. E. H. Swen
also sold to L. El. Hansefih a quarter
section in Gilby.
She worried and she fretted.
And grew as homely as could be,
But now she is a famous beauty.
Which came by taking Rocky Moun
tain Tea.
—Lion Drug Store.
HUNTING FOR
HOLIDAY GIFTS
per year. Will sell for $4,700.
Good location."
For Sale—New six-room house
on Oak street—corner lot.
Price $1,000.
For Sale—We have a few lots
teft on Cherry, Oalc and Cedar
streets tor sale cheap. We are
satisfied you can almost double
your money on these in less
than one year. We also have
fine lots in the Skidmore Addi
tion which should sell for dou
ble what we are asking for
thetn. In less than a year. Let
us show you these lots.
If you are waiting until .spring to buy lots, you are making
a mistake. Buy now and ne retuly for the spring rush. Let us
show you some lots in the new Kelsey Additiou which* will make
you money. No taxes to pay on any lot in Kelsey's Addition
until Mardi 1, 1908.
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The City in Brie£
NC
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A splendid opening for good at
torney. a married man and American
preferred, address "B." care Times.
The Light Honse.
For anything In light, call np the
Light House, 433 both phones. Gas
and electrical goods, Monley A Smith,
prepra.
Position at Hillsboro.
Thomas Severson of Grand Forks
has gone to Hillsboro where he has
aooepted a position in a photograph
gallery.
New Dentist.
Dr. EL 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 1082L.
Ban's Celebration.
The Burns association of Walsh
county is planning to hold a grand
celebration at Grafton on Jan. 25, the
birthday of the great poet.
Committee Meeting.
A meeting of the band committee
of the Commercial club was held yes
terday afternoon, and matters per
taining to the band were talked over.
If I were Santa Claus I would know
exactly what to give every boy and
girl. I would give them Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. It's the great
est medicine in the world a never
ceasing wonder. 35 cents. Lion Drug
Store.
Christmas at Falls.
H. N. Johnson, formerly manager of
Hie Robertson Lumber company of
fice at Rie.i Lake Palls, was here yes
terday enroute from Park River to
that place where he will spend the
Christmas vacation. Mr. Johnson 3s
manager for the company's yard at
Fark River now.
An up to date hardware store has long been conceded as the
place to buy the most practical of Christmas gifts. To further demon
strate die truthfulness of this statement we have this year increased our
stock materially by adding to it several desirable lines, which we are
offering the holiday trade at surprisingly attractive prices.
A FEW REGENT ADDITIONS:
Cat Glass Leather Specialties Indian Pottery
Sterling Silver Novelties
Royal Doulton and Ridtfway Tea Pots
Our desire is to get you into our store. Once there we know
your wants will be easily satisfied.
LRADItG HARDWARE MERCHANTS
Opera Honse Block GRAND FORKS. N. D.
Kent Realty & Investment Co.
CITY REAL ESTATE-
TALK ABOUT BARGAINS!
How does this one strike you? We have an extra choice south
teeing fifty foot lot on Cottonwood street which we can sell till
January 1 tor $426, after that the price will be $525. Last spring
the owner of five fifty foot lots in the same block placed them with
us for sale at $425 each. We have sold four of them and the pur
chasers have already erected residences thereon, thus greatly In
creasing the value of adjoining property. The remaining fifty foot
lot to easily worth $625, bat If purchased before the first of the year
can be had for only $496, on easy terms If desired. This is, without
question the best proposition we have In vacant property in the
south end, either as an Investment or a building site. Hurry, or
"the other fellow" will get It
Kent Healty & Investment Co.
Visiting at 8L PauL
Attorney George A. Bangs left this
morning for a brief business visit at
St. Paul.
Post Cards Galon.
Largest and best assortment of
souvenir and leather goods. Best
quality for pillows, at Lude's.
Christmas at Crookston.
Mrs. R. S. Robbins left this morn
ing for Crookston where she will be
the suest of her son, E. W. Robbins
until after Christmas.
Married Today.
Albert Nelson Marrow and Miss
Vasliti Floreuce Morrison, both of
Key West, Minnesota, were married in
this city this afternon by Rev. Miller.'
Special Silk Sale.
Choice of our entire stock of fancy
silks for waists. Regular $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75 per yard for 9Sc. Regular $1.00
per yard for S3c. Benner, Begg &
Garvin.
Visiting Brother.
C. B. Davis, a prominent business
man of Denbeigh, is in the city for a
few days and will be the guest of his
brother, Attorney A. A. Davis, during
the holidays.
Cosmetics will ruin the complexion.
There's no beauty practice equal to
the effects of Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. It keeps the entire body in
perfect health. Tea or tablets, 35
cents. Lion Drug Store.
Children's Rockers.
If you want to make the child
happy now and comfortable later, get
it one of those beautiful children's
rockers on exhibition at O. Young's
music and furniture store.
Fur Scarf Special.
A sample line of 100 Isabella and
sable fox scarfs at a discount of 33 1-3
per cent. Regular prices $6.50 up to
$15.00 for $4.34 up to $10.00.
Benner, Begg & Garvin.
Will Enter Miser.
Joe Eckert of Crookston, owner of
Mixer, the well known racer, states
that he will bring his pacer to this
city some time during the winter for
try outs with local fast ones on the
river race track.
Cases Numerous.
It is reported from Bemidji that
there are seventeen cases of smallpox
in Beltrami county. Much care is be
ing taken in the handling of the
patients, and it is 'hoped to prevent
the pest from spreading.
May Be a Vacancy.
Only twelve members of the Dick
inson company of the National Guard
showed up for physical examination,
and it is reported that there will be
a vacancy in the guard. If Grand
Porks wants to get in, here's is an
opportunity.
Divorce Case Set
The divorce case of Pearl Legacie
against John Legacie has been set for
hearing in the district court of Ram
sey county for January 7. The plain
tiff, who before her marriage was Miss
Pearl McFadden, wos formerly a res
ident of this county.
Had Troubles.
Pat O'Reilly of Lawton passed
through the city enroute home from
Sioux iCty, Iowa to which place he
took a carload of stock. The car be
came snow bound several times, and
the experience was not altogether a
delightful one for Pat.
Funeral This Morning.
The funeral of Mary Jones, who died
yesterday, was held from the residence
at 319 North Seventh street this morn
ing, Rev. Burleson officiating. Inter
ment took place in Memorial Park. A
large nnmbsr of friends of the deceased
attended the services Oils morning.
Do Not Forget Any of Them
Remember your relatives and
friends with a Christmas present. K.
M. Nass & Company have a big as
sortment of holiday goods as Albums,
Work Boxes, Toilet Cases, Glove and
Handkerchief Boxes, Ink Stands,
Smoking Sets, Statues and hundreds
of other fancy useful articles.
On Old Ran.
The engines of a number -of pas
senger trains, which for a few days
were run through from Barnesville to
Devils Lake, are now being chopped
off at Larlmore. The run to Devils
Lake was made necessary on account
of the tie-up of twenty engines in the
round house at Minot.
Little Bad Yet
Fuel conditions at Park River are
not entirely relieved as yet, and the
supply there is rather limited. The
schools have been heated the last few
days on borrowed coal, and the light
plant is also very short on fuel.
There Is considerable coal on the way,
and it -is expected ait almost any time.
Went to Old Home.
W. Freeman, a prominent business
man of Maxbass, arrived in. the city
last night, and accompanied by his
daughter, Miss Edith, who is a teach
er in the public schools of the city,
left this morning for River Falls,
Wisconsin, where they will spend the
Christmas holidays at their old
home.
Third of Series.
Rev. F. E. R. Miller will deliver the
third in his series of popular ad
dresses upon, "Jesus' Doctrine and
Its Personal Consequences" Sunday
night at 7:30 o'clock in the Baptist
church. The subject Is well suited to
the Christmas season, "What Jesus,
the Prince of Peace, says about Retali
ation." A special musical program,
published elsewhere In this paper, will
be rendered.
A Gold Star.
United States Marshal Shea has
been presented with a gold star by
the government aB a mark of recogni
tion for the faithful and honorable
service In the government employ.
First as a scout, later as a detective
and since then holding other trust
worthy positions, Marshal Shea has
made an enviable reputation, and the
star with which he has just been pre
sented Is prized highly by that gen
tleman.
TBS ETCHING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N.
For Our
Christmas Customers
C. A. Rheinhart
Will Preach.
J. A. Lemery will preach at Park
River during the holidays.
A Law Student.
Erick Mourn left this morning for
Bottineau for the holidays.
Bark From Minneapolis.
Landlord Burke of the Antlers re
turned this morning from a business
trip of several days at Minneapolis.
Sold Quarter.
Louis Lueke has sold a quarter sec
tion of land in Wheatlland township
to Albert O. Olison for a consideration
of $6,000.
Irish-American Dance.
That crowd of splendid entertain
ers, the Irish-American club, will give
a specially good dance at their club
rooms on New Year's eve.
Christmas Vacation.
W. H. Hutchinson, a senior law stu
dent, left last evening for Fargo. He
will also visit his parents at La
Moure during the holidays.
Alleged Horse Thief.
Ed Counce, an a:ieged horse thief,
has been arrested at Rolla. He was
bound over to the district court un
der $2,000 bonds.
Brass Gifts.
For a holiday gift nothing sur
passes those magnificent pieces of
hand wrought brassware to be seen
at O. Young's music and furniture
house.
In Nova Scotia.
Rev. and Mrs. Mcintosh of Park
River were here enroute to Nova
Scotia, where he will spend three
months visiting with the relatives of
Mr. Mcintosh.
Was Successful.
The law school dance given on
Thursday evening was a very success
ful affair. About twenty-five couples
were present and all report a "jolly"
good time.
Visiting in Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mcllwain left
this week for Goderich, Ontario, where
they will spend Christmas. Before
returning home they will visit in Lon
don, Detroit, Port Huron and Chicago.
Tired of Married Life.
Bertha Kaasa late yesterday evening
through her attorney filed a suit for
divorce from her husbapd Lewis
Kaasa. The plaintiff lives at North
wood and charges her husband with
cruel and inhuman treatment
Lost Man Found.
G. W. Garnett of Pembina, who lost
out to a democrat in the recent poli
tical unpleasantness for the state
senate In Jud LaMoure's bailiwick,
was In the city today but shows no
evidences of any serious injury.
A Good Position.
Word cornea from Edgar Wells,
stating that he is at Robinson, Utah,
and is working In the Mammoth
mine. This Is the largest mine In the
Mormon state. Wells likes the weath
er first rate and says it never gets
zero cold there.
Will Continue Firm.
It is announced that the law firm of
Burke & Mlddaugh of Devils Lake, of
which Governor-elect Burke Is a mem
ber, will continue in business. Mr.
Mlddaugh will continue the practice,
and when John Burke retires to pri
vate life, he will again take up the
law practice.
MR. HOTEL MAN
Write for sample and price on onr
special Hotel Blend Coffee. This
should benefit you..
Home Tea Co., Roasters, Grand Fork*.
We have laid In an Immense
stock of nice things most suitable
for gifts.
For the children we have Bleds
and skates for grown-up folks we
have sewing sets, chafing dishes,
chafing dish spoons, forks and
trays, carving and game sets, silver
knives, forks and spoons, sterling
silver goods, fancy coffee and tea
pots coffee percolators, bread and
cake mixers.
"Garland Heaters" make hand
some and useful gifts.
HARDWARE AND
HOLIDAY GOODS
Wisconsin Grain
AND STOCK CO.
BROKERS
Invito personal interviews and cor
Tespondence relative to purchase and
sale of grain stocks and bonds.
Branch Office, 16 Clifford BIdg
Both 'Phones 400.
Grand Forks, N. D.
F. B. WADSLKY, Manager.
Mlaaeapolla
Superior
Wheat—
Open
High
Low
Close
Puts
Calls
Curb
Quotation for
Delivery.
Dec. May.
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.76% 79^
..76 78%
..76 78%
Wheat-
Open ..
High ...
Low ...
Close ..
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Corn-
Open ...
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Oats
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The Churches
Christ Scientist.
First Church of Christ Scientist,
regular Sunday services at 10:45 a.
m. and 8 p. m. Subject (Christian
Science). Morning service, J. A.
Evans, soloist. Male quartette will
render "Blest Christmas Morn." Sun
day school 12:20 p. m. Wednesday
evening service at 8 o'clock.
Public reading room in the church
foyer, open on week days from 2 to 4
p. m. Church edifice corner of Bel
mont and Fourth avenues. All are
cordially invited to attend the ser
vices and visit the reading room.
First Baptist.
Frank E. R. Miller, minister. Christ
mas Sunday, public worship at 10:30
a. m. with a sermon upon the subject:
Going Back to Bethlehem." In the
evening at 7:30 the subject of the dis
course will be: "What Jesus, the
Prince of Peace, says about Retali
ation." Special organ and choral
music will accompany these services.
Bible school at 12, R. B. Griffith,
superintendent. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30,
Mrs. F. E. R. Miller, leading. Prayer
meeting in the church parlors Wed
nesday evening at 7:30, subject:
"Lead Us Not Into Temptation." Come.
Zion Lutheran.
The pulpit of Zion Lutheran church
Willi
be filled Sunday evening at the
usual hour by Student Melom, who is
one of the ablest pulpittera among
the prospective ministry in the north
west.
Presbyterian Church.
The Presbyterian church offers es
pecially attractive services tomorrow,
both morning and evening. In the
morning the pastor, Rev. W. H. Mat
thews wil seapk upon the theme, "The
Child as a Teacher the influence of
the babe of Bethlehem on civilization.
In the evening the subject will be
"The right and the wrong way to re
ceive Jesus" as shown by the conduct
of the company at Bethlehem.
First Methodist.
Pastor, Rev. William Moore.
Subject, 'Morning—"The Unspeak
able Gift."
Evening—"Christ and the Sinner.
An elaborate musical program, which
is reproduced elsewhere, will be heard
at the services. Everyone welcome.
Candies Candies
AT
THE GREEK AMERICAN
Con* la and watch malt* It. And alao
Ma (he bast line of Fancy Xmas
Boxes In the state.
OUR CANDIES MADE FRESH
EVERY DAY
THE GREEK AMERICAN
18 SOUTH THIRD STBEET
A
July
§0%-%
80%
79%
79%
78%
79#
78%
Chicago Delivery.
78-77% 77%-%
78 77%
77% 77
77% 77%
*3*
43%
36-35%
35%
16.50-52
16.65
Pork-
Open
Close
Lard—
Open ...
Close ..,
44-43%
43%
Jan.
16.12-15
16.20
8.85-82 8.95-92
9.02 9.10
Dalath Delivery.
Wheat-
Dec.
Open
Close
Flax
Open ...
Close ...
•77% 79%
..77 79%
119
118%
spilt
9175.00—B-924—Hore'B a 50x140
ft. corner lot In the north end
well located in a desirable lo
cality. The price ia only |l75
and easy terms can be arranged.
450—B-922—Two lots on Uni
versity avenue. They are cheap
at the above price.
WO—B-921—Here are four lots
on International avenue that we
will sell for 1200 a piece—1400 a
pair. $25 down, $10 per month, Is
alright
*000—B-919—A beautiful lot In
Riverside Park, facing on Lewis
Boulevard and extending back to
the river. 100 ft. front. A dandy
location for & fine home.
WOO—B-918—This is a nine
room house on North Fifth street,
corner lot large nice shade trees.
Small cellar: city water wood
shed on premises—quite close in.
A splendid residence locality. We
consider this a bargain.
93S0—B-917—Two lots on Budge
avenue. We will give you a good
all around deal on these.
9400—B-916—A 50x140 ft. lot on
North Sixth street. Easy terms.
9338—B-915—Two lots on Chey
enne avenue. Fine lots for resi
dence purposes.
HONESTY
in treating our customers is our
idea of good business. We make
trade by fair prices and high qual
ity merchandise. Our line of
DIAMONDS
Is especially strong Oils year, as
well as our entire line of high
grade
JEWELRY
WATCHES
CLOCKS
If out of the city, write us for
prices. Selections sent anywhere
to responsible parties.
PALMER
The Jeweler
18 N. 3rd St.
SELL OR TRADE STOVES, HOU8E
hold goods, etc., to O. F. Furniture
Co., 208 S. Third street Phones 180.
SITUATION WANTED BT GRADUATE
Nurse, 'phone 141-I Trl-State.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED OR UN
furnlshed rooms at 623 North Fourth
street
FOR SALE—A *10,000 BRAN NEW
Stock of General Merchandise, will
sell cheap for cash or trade for
North Dakota land. Apply "B."
Times ofllce.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 88,1906.
XMAS BARGAIN
f.
E. J. LANDER & CO.
It Is Choosing Time
It is time now to choose Xmas gifts for your friends. A
visit to our store will solve the most difficult choice you have to
A wise man once said: Fo know is die greatest thing to
know where to find out is the next greatest"
We wish all to know that our stock is complete with ap
propriate and permanent Xmas gifts. We name a few:
Waists, Gloves, Neckwear, Belts, Hand Painted rAinn,
Perfume, Combs, Aprons, Hosiery, Veilings, Centerpieces,
Pillow Tops, Bags, Handkerchiefs, Necklaces, Beads, Dolls,
Doll Heads, Fancy Ribbon, Laces, Bushings, Furs, Etc., Etc.
Bring that mental Xmas list to us and let as fill it lor yon.
THE TAUGBOL SISTERS
407 DeMers A venae
•-V!1
94M—B-91S—Two 1
slty avenue. If yo
thing good at a reaa
this is it,
97BO—B-878—Small house on
ternatlonal avenue. 50x140 ft
lot. Splendid location. Here's a
good thing if you are tired of
paying rent, or If you have a lit
tle money to invest In a safe,
sound proposition.
91,000—B-828—Six room house on
Walnut street -city water and
good cellar hardwood floors in
four rooms—nice location—very
liberal terms- This is a very nice
place and the price is reasonable.
9t»B09 -B-789—Ten-room house
on one of the best residence
streets In the city city water,
etc. 60 ft lot with large shade
trees. Good barn on premises.
Rents for ISO per month. A good
well built house and a first-class
piece of property for a home or
an investment About 11,000
cash will handle it. Perhaps a
little less. If you are Interested
in a property of this kind come
in and talk to us.
ERICKSON'S
Phone 848 7 S. Third Si.
IS lb. granulated ©1 ftf|
sugar t^XeUU
Fancy Cluster Raisins QB
per lb wUC
Fancy Mixed Nuts "I
per lb XOC
Fancy Imported Figs
per lb 69C
Fancy Imp. Crystallzed
Ginger per lb ™UC
Freeh Salted Peanuts ijffc
per lb
faUC
Canada Cream Cheese
per pkge -I.UC
Perfection Cheese in (5
Jars, per lb
XOC
Roquefort Cheese in JaTS S
per Jar
JLOC
Domino Sugar in pkge,
per pkge OUC
New York Sweet Cider,
per gal
WE ARE READY FOR YOU
eagerly awaiting the opportunity to put yon
In touch with all the latest and beat In
Christmas Novelties
Come and look at onr holiday foods—they
have merit—they will please yon. Yon can
not find a better place .to get Just the right
thing (or every one.
SCHLABERG &. GRIFFIN
Mall Orders Promptly Pilled
OUC
White House Coffee,
2 lib. pkge.... /UC
Mialt Breakfast Food, S
per pkge J.0C
This is something new, try it.
Fall line fresh fruit and
vegetables.
Miss Pilling to be Married.
Miss Isabel Pilling, the beautiful
and accomplished daughter of Hon. C.
Pilling, Canadian goverment agent in
this city, will be married at the home
of her parents at Brandon, Manitoba,
on Wednesday of next week to R.
Hlcktfng, a prominent Canadian busi
ness man. Mr. Pilling will leave In a
short time to be present at the cere
money.

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