RATOES0N & K0ENIG,]_F(oprieton
HEALS AT ALL HOURS
All DELICACIES [OF THE^SEASON
Opes Day ead Ni|bt Stew Heatel
406 Debts Are G1AND FOI1S
IP1X1 SOUS! SLOCK,
=W. H. KELSEY=
REAL ESTATE, LOANS
A N IN S A N E
Nil 20 florth Fourth Street Both Phones No. 20
FOR RENT—Three room house on
Dell Are. $7 per month.
FOR RENT—Forty acres of good
land tl-2 miles north of the city.
F« Real—Warehouse on Third
street PossumIon siren May l.
9*4 per month.
F«r Sale—Fine chicken and vege
table farms near the city, which we
will asll on easy term*.
Fer Sale—Lots on Cheyenne, Da
kota and lone avenues, $100 each.
For Rent—Five-room flat on South
Third street. All modern but heat.
$80 per month.
Three Dollars a Pair.
If you would obtain the beet shoes
$$.00 will buy, got the Tourist shoes.
They are made of selected leathers
and we guarantee every pair we sell.
They come In Blucher style, made on
aew lasts, and give a fine fit Every
pair Is made by experienced workmen
who rank among the best In the art of
They are unquestionably the best
shoe obtainable tor $8.00.
M.W.HANSEN & CO.
202 S. 3 Street.
Phoae 845 Estopess'Plaa
New York Hotel
For Sale: Fine truck garden farm
of forty acres. Good house and
barn, chicken house, stables, good
cellar and well. Fine orchard. Must
be sol.l by April 1. Price $2250.
For Sale: Seven room house and
barn 50 ft. lot on Cheyenne ave
nue. Price $1600. This is cheap.
For Suit1: Five room cottage. Good
cellar. City water. Nice lawn and
shade. Renting for $15 per month.
Will sell for $1500.
Now is the time to bay a lot the
New Wesley College Addition—
"UNIVERSITY PLACE," while you
can get a good selection. These
lots are sold on easy terms.
^•TOUCHES THE SPOT"=
A "WELSH RAREBIT
THE CITY IN BRIEF
J. W. Ross, the Architect
W. J. Edwards, the other Architect
C. S. CRANE, M. D. (Specialist)
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Alabastine in all colors and fnll line
Dr. Pierce, Dentist, remoTed to 18
Sooth Third street Office With Dr.
Had a Good Time.
The Royal Neighbors held a meeting
last evening, which was followed by
dancing. Those present report a very
Establish Rifle Range
Efforts are being made to establish
a rifle range near Fargo for the use
of the A. C. cadets and the members
of Co. B. of the national guard.
Wrinkles are age-tellers. Drive them
away by taking Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. It's better than cos
metics. It does the business. 35 cents,
tea or tablets. Lion Drug Store.
H. B. A. Will Meet
A regular meeting of the M. B. A.
will be held this evening at 8 o'clock
and follownig the tranaction of regu
lar business, a social session will be
Move Family Here.
George Trotter, who has made his
home at Minto will move his family to
Grand Forks within a few days, and
they will make their future home in
Hale and Hearty.
Clay Larlmore is back from Cali
fornia where he spent a number of
weeks. Mr. Larlmore looks hale and
hearty, the ocean breezes having
agreed with him first class.
If its in the print paper or monld*
ing line see Lamhe.
Kent Really & Investment Corporation
CITY REAL ESTATE==
Every Dollar Paid For Rent is Lost
HOMES FOB SALE.
$4200.00—All modern seven room house on South Fifth
street ,best location in the city. Bents for $35.00.
$2600.00—New six room house on North Fourth street, all
modern except heat. No. 1386.
$750.00—Four room house on Budge avenue, corner lot.
$1750.00—Seven room house on University avenue, close
in. No. 1131.
For Bent—Bran new seven room house, with bath, on
University avenue, $30.00 per month.
Kent Reafty & Investment Corporation
BOTH PHONES DOUBLE TWO
when yoa are
Oar line consists of all copper* and copper
tnlckle plated, from $3.50 to $12.50.
hungry Is about as pa*
at a or a
Itrach anything Im
agined. Takes only
seven minutes to fix
It Jnst right when yon
have a good chafing
dish. St II II II II
GRAND FORKS, H. B.
122-124 South 3rd Street.
Oranges, large, sweet and
Oranges, the real Duar
te, per dozen, 40c. to..
Oranges, medium size but
Lettuce, fine heads,
Celery, good sized stalks,
Coooanuts,. large size and
Florida Grjipe Fruit,
64 size, each
Waukesha Cheese, in fresh
Fig Jam, home made,
Ginger snap cookies,
Bread, best in the
Tomato Catsup, regular
15c bottle, two for
Snider's Oyster Cocktail
Sauce, per bottle
Monarch Chilli Sauce,
Bargains in wall paper at prices
just half price see J. H. Lamhe.
The Light House.
For anything in light, call up the
Light House, 433 both phones. Gas
and electrical goods, Xonley & Smith,
Had a Program.
The Young People's society of the
Zion Lutheran church gave a fine pro
gram at the church last evening. The
program included musical and vocal
selections and was very good.
Back From Sow York.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilcox of Lari
more, who have been visiting at
Schroon Lake, X. Y. for the last three
months, have returned home. They re
port a very enjoyable visit back east.
There will be a special communica
tion of Acacia lodge No. 4, A. F. & A.
M. Friday, March 15, at 7:30 o'clock
p. m. Work in E. A. degree, W. A.
Stewart. W. M. I. A. Berg, Secretary.
He had no coat upon bis back,
But had one on his tongue,
And Rocky Mountain Tea, It's said,
Kept him from being hung.
—Lion Drug Store.
Attorney J. A. Sorley, who has been
in Moorhead for a few days has ar
rived home. He appeared their in an
action entitled the State Bank of Hal
stad vs. E. V. Larson, a suit to re
cover $13,000. The court took it under
Ex-Alderman H. C. Rud is here from
Williston for a short visit with friends.
Mr. Rud -went west last fall, and is
well pleased with his new location in
Williams county. He believes that
there will be many settlers arriving
there this year.
Lila Hawkins, the 8-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hawkins was
slightly injured Thursday by being
run over by a dray. Only one wheel
passed over her limb, and while the
bruises are painful, it is not thought
that there will be any serious results.
Takes a Wife.
Larlmore* Pioneer: Fireman H. E.
Mockler returned home from St. Paul
Tuesday evening on No. 1, bringing
with him a wife, it was not known
that he intended to get married and
his many friends were much surprised.
The Pioneer extends the happy couple
Purchases An Auto.
Minto Journal: Mrs. R. W. DuVall,
when she returns this spring will be
in a position to better enjoy North Da
kota ozone. She is the possessor of
a brand new Franklin Automobile—a
recent 'purchase, which her brother
Louie selected for 'her when he was at
the auto show in Chicago.
Arrives With Family.
Charles G. Carson* who bought
from the J. B. Streeter, Jr. company
the Eastgate farm near Larlmore, ar
rived with his family from Ohrisman,
Ills. Mr. Carson has 'bought one of
the finest farms in the Red River val
ley and what is considered the choicest
location in this part of the country.
The change of program at the
Orpheum Thursday evening resulted
in large crowds. The show put on was
excellent, the specialty work being of
a high order. The moving pictures are
also as good as the best, 'and the
management is receiving the congratu
lations of many on account of the good
CLIFFORD BUILDING, BOOM 2
Mimeograph Work, Copy
ftMMi N. W. 983-Ki lrlState 292-1
THE BVXHINO TIMES, GRAND FORKS, M. D.
The most complete line of Burlaps,
Hoaldingg, and Interior decorations at
Hon. D. M. Holmes is at Sherwood,
N. D. on business for his company.
An inter-department field meet Is
in progress this afternoon in the Uni
Mrs. Hale, wife of Henry Hale of
Devils Lake, returned home this morn
ing after pleasant visit with Mrs.
From Hot Springs.
ike Thompson returned home last
night after a six week's absence at
Hot Springs, Ark. He reports a very
Farm For ltent.
North half of J2, 149, 51 and eighty
acres adjacent good buildings land
for wheat in 1907 plowed. Write W.
A. Scott, Fargo, N. D.
Prof. V. P. Squires will be the con
vocation speaker at the university to
morrow. "James Russell Lowell" is
the subject of his talk.
The body of E. S. Walcott, who died
yesterday morning at the Arvilla hos
pital, will be shipped tonight to his
parents at LaCrosse, Wis.
Band at Park River.
Park River is to have a band, and
arrangements for the organization of
it are now under way. There is some
excellent material for a band in that
W. M. Spaulding was at Crookston
Thursday evening where he addressed
the city council on the subject of
Hassam paving, in which he is inter
Leaves the Hospital.
Mrs. Metz, wife of Alderman Metz
of Park River who has been at a local
hospital for some time past has re
turned to her home almost entirely
Broke a Leg.
While wrestling with a playmate,
George Smith-Peterson, son of Col.
E. Smith-Peterson of Park River was
thrown in such a manner as to break
both bones in one of his legs. He will
be laid up for some little time as a
A Boyal Feast.
The Ladies of St. Paul's Episcopal
church will facAd a provision sale in
the crockery department of George
L. Wilder's store Saturday afternoon
commencing at 1 o'clock. The ladies
in charge of the sale will be Mesdames
Peake and Elliott.
A trio of skaters—Norval Baptie,
McCullough and Bellefuille will be in
Grand Forks about March 21 accord
ing to information received by Will
Raymond, manager of the Belmont Ice
rink. The local skating season has
closed, so they may not stop off.
Colin McDonald and Misg Catherine
McArthur, both of Souris, were mar
ried at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Higgins, 211 North Fifth street,
at 5:30 p. m. Rev. Miller officiating.
The groom is a brother of Mrs. Hig
gins and is a prominent Rolette coun
Brakeman Joe Lafle, in the employ
of the Northern Pacific railroad at
Jamestown, was apprehended by the
authorities Tuesday morning and con
fessed to stealing a case of beer and
fourteen shirts from a box car. The
goods were found in the caboose on
which the young man was working.
He is only 17 years of age.
Did Not Testify.
Prof. Brannon, who was called to
Glasgow, Mont., to testify in the
Tysver case. was not placed on the
stand. He was subpoenaed by the
state of Montana and it was supposed
that he was to give testimony relative
to the condition of Mitchell Thomp
son's stomach, which was brought to
Grand Forks some time ago.
Entertained at Cards.
Mrs. Fred B. Cole entertained Wed
nesday afternoon for Mrs. T. E. Met
calf of Lakota who has been visiting
them the past week. Cards were the
amusement, Mrs. Geo. Wilson and Mrs.
Ed. Prentice capturing the prizes.
Dainty refreshments were served.
Those present were: Mesdames Deich
ert, Smith, McGraw, Prentice, Wilson,
Wilkinson, Weisbecker and Metcalf.
Petition in Bankruptcy.
John E. Wang of Nekoma, this
week filed petition in bankruptcy
and the store was closed for business
on Monday. Mr. Wang embarked in
the mercantile business at Nekoma
when the town was started about two
years ago, and has enjoyed a good
patronage, but poor collections, inci
dent to the tying up of traffic on the
Soo, has forced him to take this step.
In Baggage Coach.
Larlmore Pioneer: Station Agent
N. B. Matthews was in the baggage
car of No. 2 when that train was
wrecked near Ojata last week. While
the car was turning summersaults, the
genial agent was hanging onto the
cross rods and being an expert on the
horizontal bars he kept turning flip
flaps and dodging the flying baggage
until the car settled down upon terra
The Young Peoples Society pf the
Trinity Lutheran church will meet this
evening and the following program
will be rendered: Piano duet, MlsseB
Jorgenson address. Prof, Rysgard
vocal solo, Mrs. Pederson recitation,
Olara Houglum reading, Christine
Bekkwold vocal solo, Florence Paul
son recitation, Lllliam Llnquist
reading, Stella Storla vocal solo, Al
fred Houglum. All are welcome.
J. H. Lambe has a fall 11m of artists
material, brushes, oils, canvass, oil
colors and water colors.
The structure is to be one of the
finest roller skating rinks and audit
toriums in the northwest. It will be
located at the corner of Fourth street
and University avenue, and will be
completed early in the summer. The
arrangement of cloak rooms, waiting
rooms and toilet rooms is excellent,
while the balcony running all around
the skating rink floor will he put in
fine shape also. Complete the build
ing will cost In the neighborhood of
FMIH THE SUBJECT
OF SERIN 01
Rev. Hunt Gave Good Address
in Tabernacle Last Evening
(By the Committee.)
A large crowd gathered at the Sun
beam Tabernacle last evening. The
meeting opened with the usual song
service, after which several prayers
were offered, then Prof. Pease fa
vored the audience with a gospel solo.
Mr. Myrland spoke to the Scandin
avians in his own tongue.
•Mr. Hunt took as his theme, "Have
Faith in God." "Faith," we cannot de
fine it, but we all know what it is.
We cannot define Love, but we.'all have
a conception of what it is. He said
how willing we all are to believe the
testimony oT man, and depend upon
the testimony of man, so why can we
PAI.MIST and ASTROLOGER.
Arrives in the city for a few days
only and opens offices. Tho noted
Palmist ana Astrologer may be con
aultefl by ladles only at the Dacotah
Hotel, Suite 16.
Those ladles desiring a careful
conscientious and scientific Palm
and Astrologer reading should take
advantage of this opportunity while
she is In the city.
Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 6, 7 to 8:30
evenings. Note the address:
DACOTAH HOTBL, SUITS 10.
H*!* *, +.*
Phoaa 848 7 S. Third St.
One-half gallon can NQkomus
maple syrup, WA
pure sqp "C
Malt breakfast food, "I
per package XOC
1 gal. Dill r»
1 gal. Sour
1 qt. Sweet Midget lO-.
1 bottle pickled fh
Dry Lima Beans. f|
6 lb Navy OR
6 lb Pearl wuC
1 package corn tktS
1 package gloss AW
Fancy Duarte Oranges, all sizes.
The finest oranges grown.
APPLE GROWERS MEET.
Raleigh, N. C., March 15.—The first
convention of apple growers ever held
in North Carolina was held at the Tel
ford Lowe orchard in the Brushy
mountains today and was largely at
tended by representative growers of
the mountain and Piedmont sections.
State Entomologist Sherman and other
experts addressed the meeting.
Back From Mexico.
F. R. Stevens, one of the biggest
real estate dealers of the state, ac
companied by Mrs. Stevens, is stopping
in the city for a few days on their
return from a two months sojourn
in Old Mexico. Mr. Stevens thinks
that is a good country to spend a win
ter in, but he is not very much im
pressed with its possibilities as a
money-making proposition. They will
go out to their home at Crary
tomorrow. The town has been nearly
destroyed by fire while they were
away and they were naturally much
interested in finding out what ths
damage had been.
CONTRACT IS JIWAROED
For the Construction of the New Skat*
ing Rink—Will Be a Fine
The contract for the construction
of the W. R. jack roller skating rink
has been awarded to Dinnie Bros, of
Grand Forks. There were six bids
submitted, and the local firm was the
lowest. Work will be started as soon
not believe the testimony of God. He
eald: "Sometimes we get a doubt
about the old 'hook, but there is no
doubt of it in fyeaven. It does, not mat
ter what the people say about the
book, or about the word of Christ, for
It 1s all settled up yonder, and we will
all have to answer for It, for he said:
.'All, rlcfe and poor, sinner, and saint,
good and bad, white and black have to
stand before the bar of God, and
testify of what was done In the flesh.'"
He said, ten yeavs from now how many
of us same people will be gone, five
years from now there will even be a
number of us dead, and three years
from now, what a thinning out there
will be. Some shall find themselves
fn everlasting tfhame and contempt,
others to everlasting life, to be with
Latest Ladies' Togs at Taugbols
Below are some of the lines already
opened for Sprint! Trade.
A beautiful line of shirt waistings and suitings. Every pattern
Is a gem.
A full line of white goods, laces and embroideries.
A line of fancy waists that are exceptionally fine ranging In
price from 9&00 to $3&50.
Ready-to-wear walking skirts ranging in price from $4.59 to $29.
A full line of gloves, long and short ranging In price from
$1.50 to $450 per pair.
A line of petticoats. Every one of these are dreams. They range
in price from $5j(W to $&5JM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
lor rent, istnut oa Savings 4 par cant. Gonaarolal account*
solicited. A feaeral banking baslnasa done by the—
N I O N N A I O N A A N
305*7 SOUTH THIRD ST. GRAfyD fORtS, N. D.
REMEMBER THAT SCHWAM
The Clother handles, the Red
School House Shoe
God and with the angels forever.
Mr. Moody illustrates faith In this
way: He put his little daughter upon
the table, and held out his strong
arms, and told her to Jump, she knew
he would catch her, and she did jump,
(that showed faith.) Then he put the
neighbor's little girl of the same age
and size on the same table, and held
out the same strong arms, and told
her to jump, but she said: "I know you
would catch me, but I am not golngrto
jump" That was lack of faith.
O O S I S A N E N
The invitation was then given, and a
number came and found Christ One
of the enjoyable features of the eve
ning was the mandoline solo by Leigh
Hunt, Prof. Paul Gladstone conducted
'»,• 'i i*n Jti .lUl*-..-
FRii)jLY jojam i^iai74
with the drud
gery of the chopping bowl,
chops all kinds of food, coaise
or fine as wanted, rapidly
^nd easily. Three sizes* price*
$1.75, $200, $2.50*
C. A. RHEINHART
MASONIC TEMPLE HARDWARE GRAND PORKS
Useis of Garden, Flower and Field Seed* to
call and look over our line. We are handle
of Northrup King & Co's Sterling Seeds. Catalogue on request
Grand Forks Seed Co.,
a A. WEBSm, A. 6. SCMMHUS,
R. r. HOCUOFF, Stcy. & Tkm.
PIONEER WSURANCE A6EK€Y
GRAND FORKS REALTY CO.
Good seven-room house, Min
nesota avenue *18.
Neat three-room house, Dell
Seven-room house close In
~V. Cottonwood street, modern ex
cept heat, $30 water free.
SfiSfl Good three-room house, Dell
avenue barn, woodhouse and
well 60 (t. corner lot, $160 cash and
$10 per month.
CRQQ Three large room heuse: large
S if 2
(or $10. $160 cash and $10 per
four-room cottage: city
.^rTlter| cellar, woodshed and
small barn: Just the place for a
"we'. ceUar, woodshed and raSil
The most pleasant
modera priced residence property
Fire* Accident, Life
GRAND FORKS, N. D.
OFFICE DN0EI F1IST NATIONAL RANK
Both tames 75.
AND STOCK CO.
Invite personal Interviews and a*.
veapondencs relative to nurohsae
•ale of grain stocks and bondsT^
Branch Office, 16 Clifford Bldg
Both 'Phones M0.
Grand Forks, N. D.
f. a WADiurr,
$z. $#00 cash,, balance to suit.
heat hardwSld' n005 SW
east front reasonable te™.*®'
l°tS of •hade^reaa" °°rB#r
cent Iii reKu?ar^^io?ti?„
ments, better thsn.J'
•till better than havln*
lying idle drawing iLJ
will collect the rent*
the property in »enerSl »i^
business, with no troutiii^i
you whatever excent
monthly Income chart ^Lh_.Jr5ur»worrn««».
is always there.
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