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=W. H. KELSEY=
REAL ESTATE* LOANS
A N IN S A N E
No. 40 Morth Fonrth Street Both Phones No. 20
For Rent—Forty acres of good
land 2 1-2 miles north ot the city.
For Rent—Warehouse on Third
street Possession given May 1.
$50 per month.
For Sale—Fine chicken and vege
table farms near the city, which we
will sell on easy terms.
For Sale—Lots on Cheyenne, Da
kota and lone avenues, $100 each.
For Sale—New five-room house on
North Sixth street. Hardwood
floors, brick foundation, good cel
lar. Will sell on small payment
down and easy terms for the bal
ance. Look this up. Price, $1,700.
For Sale—All modern, eight-room
house on South Fourth street.
Corner lot. Price $2,900. This is
cheap.
TOURIST SHOES
FOR WOMEN
Three Dollars a Pair.
It jrou would obtain the beat ahoea
tl.10 will buy, rot the Tourist Shoes.
They are made of selected leathers
end we guarantee every pair we sell.
They come in Blucher style, made on
new lasts, and give a line fit Every
pair Is made by experienced workmen
who rank among the best In the art of
shoe-making.
They are unquestionably the best
shoo obtainable for 9S.ee.
M. W. HANSEN & CO.
202 S. 3 Street.
PUBLIC STEN06M
LAURA DAUBENBERG
CUFTO1D BUILDING. K00B 2
Mimeograph Work, Copy
Work, Depositions
R. W. 9834 Tri-Stat* 292-1
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For Sale: Fine truck garden farm
of forty acres. Good house and
barn, chicken house, stables, good
cellar and well. Fine orchard. Must
be sold 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 Sale: Five room cottage. Good
cellar. City water. Nice lawn and
shade. Renting for $15 per month.
Will sell for $1500.
New to the time to buy a tot In the
New Wesley College Addition—
"UNIVERSITY PLACE," while yon
oaa get a good selection. These
lota are aold on eaajr tonus.
THE Gin III BRIEF
J. W. Roeg, the Architect
W. J. Edwards, the other Architect
V. 8. CRANE, M. D. (Specialist)
Eye, Ear, Jtose and Throat
Alabastine in all colon and fnll line
at Lambcs.
Dr. Pierce, Dentist, removed to 18
Sonth Third street Office With Dr.
Engstad.
Dacotah Pharmacy will sell all hand
painted china and cnt glass at one
third off.
The Light House,
For anything In light, call np the
Light House, 423 both phones. Gas
and electrical goods, Monley & Smith,
proprs.
Slightly Improved.
F. E. Dickinson of the E. J. Lander
company, who has been laid up for a
number of days with blood poisoning
is slightly improved.
Barlow's Art Store.
The largest and best assortment of
pictures, picture frames and mould
ings. Picture framing a specialty.
206 South Third street.
Hold Sale.
The ladies of St. Paul's Guild will
hold a provision sale in the George
Wilder stores on Saturday afternoon
beginning at 1 o'clock.
Tisited at Ardoch.
Ardoch Journal: Misses Epheretta
and Mabel McDonald spent several
days visiting their parents last week
returning to Grand Forks Monday.
Exalted Ruler.
Martin O'Brien, the well known
Crookstonlte, was elected exalted ruler
of the Elks lodge of that city at the
annual meeting held on Wednesday
evening.
'"TOUCHES THE SPOT"*
A "WELSH RAREBIT
Our line consists of all copper* and copper
tttlckle plated, from S3.50 to $12.50.
UADna luowtu macuim,
•pjuu ivroi slock. grand forks, h.
Kent Realty & Investment Corporation
—CITY REAL ESTATE=
THE BEST EVER.
$6750.00
All modern nine room house
on South Sixth street. This is
a beautiful home and well lo
cated. Lot 50x140.
If you are looking for a num
ber one home, have us show
you No. 1123.
Kent Realty & Investment Corporation
=a=BOTH PHONES DOUBLE TWO THBEE=
99
when yon are a little
hantfry Is abont as pa*
latable for a 11
lunch a anything im
a in a
seven minutes to (In
It Just right when you
have good chafing
dish. *S II St
D.
WILDERS
122-124 South 3rd Street.
Boston Baked Beans in
that return-at 5c.
per jar.
Boston Brown Bread,
per loaf
Fresh Nut Sticks,
per dozen
Cinnamon Loaf.
each
Saratoga Chips (fresh
made), per pound
Angel Pood, Tuti Fruti,
and Xut Cakes.
each
Fresh Tomatoes,
per pound
Fancy Cucumbers good
size and green
Radish, large
bunch
Green Onions, per
bunch
Parsley, per
bunch
Pie Plant,
per pound
82 Different Colors ot
l'ea Seed, per
pound
Fancy Mixed Sweet Pea
Seed, per pound
Bargains In wall paper at prices
just hall price see J. H. Lambe.
One-third off on all ,eut glass and
hand-painted china at Dacotah Phar
macy.
J. H. Lambe has a fnll line ot artists
material, brashes oils, canvass, oil
colors and water colors.
We buy, sell or exchange nice, clean
furniture, carpets, stoves, etc. Grand
Forks Furniture company, 208 Sonth
Third street. Phone 680.
Was at Adams.
Adams Eenterprise: J. R. Holton
of Grand Forks, president of the Se
curity 'bank, came in from the west
Saturday. He expects to stay over
a day of two and then leave for the
Forks.
Many business men are shortsight
ed in not looking Into things. They
are daily losing money by not adopt
ing the great Hollister Rocky Moun
tain Tea system. Makes them well
and keeps them well. 35 cents. Lion
Drug Co.
Arrived Home.
Fargo Forum: Mrs. T. Hartstein
and Mrs. Matt Siegel and children re
turned home from Grand Forks last
night, where they have been visiting
their niece, who has been operated
on for appendicitis.
Give a Dance.
A sccial dance will follow the regu
lar meeting of the Modern Protective
association, which will be held this
evening in the Loyal American club
rooms. Good music will be furnished,
and a fine time is anticipated.
Plugged Them Up.
Adams Eenterprise: Dr. J. B. Baas
en, the Grand Forks dentist, treated
his patients at Adams this week. He
was kept busy several days excavating
and filling cavities In the grinders of
several of the Adams people.
Back From Coast.
James Stephenson, who has been on
the coast for a few weeks past, has
returned to his home at Ardoch. He
thinks the coast is alright during the
winter, but when it comes to wanting
real summer weather, North Dakota
has the only and original brand.
Had a Fine Time.
"Jimmy" McGuire, the well known
hack driver, who spent the winter in
Hamilton, Ont., and who has just re
turned to the city, had a fine time. He
says that old Ontario is all right in its
way, but, when it comes to wanting
the real thing, North Dakota is it with
a capital I.
Boy Discharged.
Fargo Call: The case against John
Glarum, a boy of 17 years of age, who
was arrested just across the line in
South Dakota on the charge of steal
ing a young lady's suit case from her
room on the north side last Friday
was discharged from custody yester
day by Judge Ryan.
Straw Ballot.
The jurors in attendance at the U.
S. district court at Bismarck took a
ballot on the Thaw case as a test of
public opinion in one of the greatest
criminal trials of the day. The result
of the ballot shows an equal division
of sentiment, thirteen for conviction,
thirteen for acquittal, and one blank.
Holding Conference.
Rev. O. Jacobson of Crooks ton pass
ed through Grand Forks en route to
Hillsboro, N. D., where he will attend
a meeting of the clergymen which is
being held there. It Is called a dis
trict meeting and ministers from all
over the northern part of North Da
kota and northwestern Minnesota are
meeting.
Is Recovering.
Ardoch Journal: Frank Dwyer who
has been spending the past week at
Grand Forks where he has been re
ceiving treatment for rheumatism, re
turned home and spent last Sunday.
He returned to the Forks Monday
morning and will remain the balance
ot this week. Frank has beer, having
nuite a selge of rheumatism during
the past month hut feels that he is
rapidly improving. His many friends
will be pleased to see him around
again.
Goes to Ohio.
Bismarck Palladium: Mr. Merri
field of the adjutant general's office
informs us that the state team of rifle
men will attend the big national shoot
at Port Clinton, Ohio, instead of Sea
girt, N. J., as expected at one time.
The team will be composed of eighteen
of the best riflemen In the state, who
will be selected at the state shoot to
be held in July at Devils Lake. The
national shoot will probably occur in
August. The state possesses some
splendid shots, one of them In practice
having oome within two of the cham
pionship score last year.
•fry.
small Jars
10c
.. 05c
10c
10c
...25c
Chocolate
...25c
30c
20c
05c
...05c
05c
12c
33 Sweet
60c
50c
^SSSI^ifiVSWlv
THE EVENING TIMES
It Its In the paint paper or miM
Ing line see Lambe.
Cat glass and hand-painted china at
one-third oil, Dacotah Pharmacy.
The most complete line of Burlaps,
Mouldings, and Interior decorations at
Lambes.
Langdon Man.
C. E. Johnstone of Langdon was
in the city yesterday enroute home
from a months' trip in Texas.
Alarm.
The fire department was called out
last evening to De.Mers avenue and
Third street by a false alarm.
To Twin Cities.
Mrs. J. W. Fulton and sister, Miss
Vivian Holmes returned this morning
from a short visit with friends in Min
neapolis.
One Remains.
Of the snow shovelers injured In
the Petersburg wreck all but Dick
Price have recovered sufficiently to
leave the Arvllla hospital.
Exams Coming.
The law students are anxiously
awaiting "exam time. Contracts will
be held on Saturday, and corporations
on Monday. Thursday night the short
vacation begins.
There's naught so sweet as love's
young dream.
And it would sweeter be,
If lovers would only take
A little Rocky Mountain Tea.
—Lion Drug Co.
Bargain at Kelsey's For This Week.
Four hundred and eighty acres lying
seven miles south of Emerado, all till
able land 350 acres under cultivation,
SO acres In pasture. Good house, barn
and granary. Call or write.
Bad breath, coated tongue, a languid
feeling, is entirely unnatural. Your
lazy liver and bowels need a tonic.
The best soothing tonic to every or
gan is Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Lion
Drug Co.
Palmer Buys Machine.
A. E. Palmer, the well known
jeweler, will spin around the streets
of Grand Forks this year with a
Franklin automobile. He has Jluat
purchased one of the machines, and
was out with it on Thursday for the
first time.
Having Troubles.
Street Commissioner Durick is
having his hands full steering the
streams of water into the proper
channels. The commissioner has a
large force of men at work and it will
only be a short time before the streets
are in good condition.
Judging Contests.
In the annual stock judging contests
at the agricultural college at Fargo
last night the following was the re
sult: First prize, George Grout of
Fargo second prize, Phillip Moun of
Buffalo third prize, John Diewoody of
Bottineau. Grout will receive a gold
medal.
Students Migrate.
Lyle Cowan and Orvile Duell com
prised a duo of university students
that took No. 1 west last night for
Devils Lake, where they will spend
Easter vacation. James Collinson, an
other Devils Lake boy, went out this
morning on No. 5. EM. Conmy, and L.
J. Bemis went north, the former to
Pembina, and the latter to his home at
Inkster.
Excellent Goods.
Through a typographical error in
the Hub ad of last evening it was stat
ed they are representatives of the
R. & F. corset. The ad should have
read R. & G. corset, so well and favor
ably known to every lady for style,
quality and comfort The manage
ment of the Hub carries in stock only
goods of sterling quality, goods that
will bring you back and make for
them a steady customer.
Emmet* and Holiday.
The wonderful voice control and
musical specialties of Hugh J. Emmett
and the excellent singing of that prince
of good fellows, Frank Holliday, at
the Bijou this week, have resulted in
crowded houses during every perform
ance. Mr. Emmett as an entertainer
undoubtedly has no peer in the north
west, though "Mike" the monk also
receives the glad hand from the au
diences. The playing of pianist Mrs.
Emmett should also come in for a word
of praise.
Judge Duell Here.
Judge G. H. Duell, who for many
years held the responsible position of
county judge in Ramsey county, and
who is now deputy clerk of the United
States district court at Devils Lake,
was in the city last night He is now
actively engaged in farming, and has
one of the best cultivated farms in the
county. He retired from politics as
well as from office more than a year
ago, and while he is not giving the
boys the glad hand for political pur
poses. he never forgets this token of
sincere friendship for his friends.
Delayed Meeting.
Crookston Times: Rev. A. Sand of
St Hilaire passed through the city
this morning en route to his home
after preaching at Grand Forks and
at Hillsboro. He had quite an ex
perience on this trip. He arrived in
Crookston too late to make connec
tions with his train and had to wait
for another train which landed him
in Grand Forks just too late to make
connections with the train to Hills
boro. In fact he arrived in Grand
Forks at exactly the time he should
have begun services at Hillsboro.
Finally he reached that place an hour
and a half behind time and met the
congregation just going home after
the service. They went back with
him, however, and a short meeting
was held.
New Real Estate Firm.
Larimore Pioneer: C. B. Thomas
and Thomas H. Pugh have formed a
co-partnership for the conduction of a
real estate and farm loan business.
Mr. Thomas has had years of experi
ence in the real estate business and
knows every quarter section in west
ern Grand Forks and Nelson county,
'besides being well and favorably
known in the districts of Indlna,
Illinois and Iowa whose farmers are
seeking North Dakota soil. The new
firm which will he known as Thomas
Pugh, have already options on a
large number of farms which have
been placed for sale. Mr. Thomas will
have charge of the real estate busi
ness, while Mr. Pugh will continue his
law business and assist in the business
of the firm.
ERICKSON'S
Fkoai A48 7 S. Third St.
P. J. DOW, Manager.
McMenaniln Deviled Crabs (with
shells), per 1ft—
can wlfC
Cross & Blackwell's Chow Chow
40-oii. bottle, IJ(S_
per bottle OtJC
Cross & Blackwell's Chow Afl-
Chow, 20-oz. bottle TUC
Wisconsin Sauer Kraut, *1 fi
lter can XUC
Nokomls Salmon 1 lb. "1B_
flat, per can ,UUv
2 Cans Good Red
Salmon .£DC
6 lbs. Washing
Soda uOC
10 Bars Calumet [IB-
Soap
5 Bars Fels Napeha Off
Soap' uUC
Johnson's Germ Proof Washing
Powder, per Am
pkg U5c
Fanej- Nokomis Rice, ~fl g\
per lb AUC
Wampum Prepared Mustard, with
spoon, per
Girl Wanted.
Girl wanted for general housework
at 215 Chestnut street.
is in.
Mrs. W. Pfeifer has been ill at her
home in this city for the last few days.
K. P. Meeting.
The Knights of Pythias held a regu
lar meeting last night in the lodge
rooms.
Ill With La Grippe.
Mrs. John Fawcett is 111 at the fam
ily home on Chestnut street with a
bad attack of la grippe.
Walhalla Men.
George H. Lutz and Keith Mc*
Guirinn of Walhalla are in the city
today on business matters.
Lett Hospital.
Mrs. John Lee, who has been at the
Deaconess hospital for some time past,
left for her home at Grafton today.
Hold an Exam.
The board of medical examiners of
North Dakota will hold an examina
tion in Grand Forks on April 2, 3
and 4.
Xorthwood Death.
F. B. Engstron of Northwood died
today. He was 60 years of age.
Funeral arrangements are not com
pleted as yet.
Faneral Saturday.
The funeral of T. Loyiand will be
held tomorrow from the home in
Walle township at 1 o'clock and from
the Walle church at 2 o'clock.
To Little Falls.
Phil S. Randall, with H. Bendeke &
Co., was a passenger last night to
Little Falls, Minn., where he will
spend several days with relatives.
Many Dagos.
There were about seventy-five dagoe
in the city this morning, they having
been shipped in from the east by the
railroad. Most of them went west
on train No. 5.
A. I. Hunter Back.
A. I. Hunter has returned from
Schley, Minn., where he went the first
of the week for the purpose of pur
chasing wood and horses for the Red
River Brick Corporation.
Visiting in City.
P. R. Lance formerly employed with
M. F. Murphy in this city but for the
past several months connected with
the postofflce at Jamestown, is in the
city renewing acquaintances.
Health Department Busy.
The city health department isvhav
ing its own troubles. Special Officer
Doty is ever on the alert, and those
who disobey the mandates of the city
ordinances, are given mindful jolts.
Basketball.
The Minto athletics and the Y. M.
C. A. basketball teams will clash to
night in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium.
Owing to an injury, right forward
Dietz of the "Y." team will he unable
•to occupy his regular position.
O'Keefe will be shifted to forward, aiid
Oliver will go to center.
Reside Here Permanently.
Mrs. B. O. Seymour, and children,
and Mrs. Lee Seymour, and family,
have arrived in the city from Minne
apolis and will make this city their
permanent future home. They will not
occupy the same residence, however.
Mr. Lee Seymour has entered the em
ploy of the Evening Times.
Besting Easily.
Andrew Mahoiwald son of N. H,
Mahowald of this city, accompanied
by his mother, went to Brainerd. Minn.,
last night and underwent an oper
ation for appendicitis this morning at
9 o'clock in St. Josephs hospital. Hit.
father received a telegram at 10 a. m.
stating that the lad was resting easy
after the ordeal.
Carload of Autos.
The Lyons Sporting. Goods company
has received a carload of Cadillac
automobiles. The machines are more
perfect in detail than those put out
last year but are of a similar model.
All are dandy looking cars, one a
canopy top, two seater, especially at
tracting admiring glances. Lyons &
Co. have the state agency for the
Cadillac.
CONFESSES CRIME.
Big International Bobber Gang May
Be Placed Behind Bars.
IuhUM Ptcm Cable ti The Brnlu
Times.
Paris, March 22.—A man named But
less, arrested here recently with $42,
000 in American securities, under sus
picion that he was an accomplice of
the thieves who stole a mail bag from
the steamer L. A. Savode, which ar
rived ait Havre March 6 from New
York, has confessed, Implicating a
gang of International robbers, and oth.
er arrests are expected.
J. H. Lambe wants your attention to
wallpaper aid paints.
^4.1," s,'R
in
glass XUC
Fresh Eggs and Good Dairy But
ter In Abundance.
r\,'
THE UNIVERSAL
FOOD CHOPPER
G. A. RHEINHART
MASONIC TEMPLE HAKDWAtE GBAND FORES
GRAND MILLINERY OPENING
Friday and Saturday
March 22nd and 23rd
We extend a cordial invitation to every lady in the city to look
over our stock of MILLINERY. The very latest fads and fancies of
Paris are found here and some remarkably exqusite creations copied
from artists of International reputation.
The American modes have been collected with rare taste for this
exhibit.
OUR OWN ADAPTATIONS created in our own work room under
the supfrvlslon of a trained trimmer will make this one of the finest
exhibits ever shown in the city of Grand Forks.
See Our Silk Skirts. Waists and Embroidery.
TAUGBOL SISTERS
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
lor rent. Interest oa Savings 4 per cent. Com
solicited.
A
general banking business done by the
N I O N N A I O N A A N
Grand Forks Seed Co.,
aos.7 SOUTH THIRD ST. GRAND rORfeS, N. D.
REMEMBER THAT SCHWAM
The Clother handles the Red
School House Shoe.
O O S I S A N E N
a A. WEBSTER, A. ft SCHULTHE1S,
Prcaid.at Vic.. Pre.
B. F. BROCUOrr, Secy. & Treu.
PIONEER INSURANCE A6ENCY
Incorporated.
General Insurance
Firet Accident, Life
Plate Glass.
Fidelity Surety
Bonds.
GRAND FORKS, N. D.
OFFICE 0N0EI FIKST NATIONAL BANK
B.th Fhoae* 75.
FOR PERJURY.
Associated
Pnw
to The Evening Time*.
South Bend, Ind., March 22.—The
trial of Richard C. Barney of Elkhart
for alleged subornation of perjury is
on in the Elkhart circuit court 'here.
The defendant will try to explain the
disappearance of $150,000 which, it Is
said, should (have been in the treasury
of the American 'Mutual Insurance so
ciety when that concern failed a few
months ago.
SECURITY BLOCK
nice .bad. tree*. This place is
?lor.tl!Jevaulck.
®.r5L ot $1,60« Uu.t
be sold Easy terms.
CfiOfl
Bu
r". on¥
vacant cor-
ner lot.on North Fourth
street this side of Griggs avenue.
Inside lots In same block $400 all
ea« fronts. They are beauties, and
the cheapest in the city.
Jor a 60 ft corner lot on
North Third street An­
other eorner, same black, for $200:
Inside lots $176. $26 down and $1{
per month.
MM Buy. B0 ft. lot close In on
North Sixth street, and 8
other lots, same block, $326 for 60
feet all east fronts.
S15S0
T^block
1!
frontage,
0J.UOU 1 from DelCers
avenue. Lot. in ths Mm. block
have .old for $2,000.
I, ]f
Does away with the drud
gery of the chopping bowl,
chops all kinds of food, coarse
or fine as wanted, rapidly
and easily. Three sizes, prices
$1.73, $200, $2.50.
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Wisconsin Grain
AND STOCK CO.
BROEERS
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personal interviews and cor­
respondence relative to DurehajM an.
•Me ot grain stocks and fcfnd*
Branch Office, 16 Clifford BIdg
Both 'Phon.s 400.
Grand Forks. N. D.
f. ft WAOSLBY,
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FRIDAY, MABOH 22,1907.
terclal acconnt.
Users of Garden, Flower and Field Seeds to
call and look over our line. We are handlers
of Northrup King & Co's Sterling Seeds. Catalogue on request.
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EuofMa flsa
New York Hotel
and Restaurant
•A1HES0N & K0ENIG, Proprietor.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
ALL DELICACIES OF THE SKAS0H
0»ra Day .ad Ni£t Stew Hcate!
406 DcMws Av.
GRAND FORKS REALTY CO.
RENT Neat six-room house, Mln
ne.ota avenue. (18.
RENT Xw.? three-room houses,
Miiia Dell avenue. $7 and 8.
S65(t f*r*e three-room houae
large barn and woodshed:
will rent tor $10. 1160 cash and
$10 per month.
$1250 P00d "It-room house with
Jar*, barn 60x140 ft lot
GIAND F0IKS
PHONES MS.
$2100 oivew0a°i?utcot.tfge.c,o»e
$2100 UnWeraV^ on'
floors 60x140 ft lot Will ^2^°"
$25 per month. will rent for
52400
8®ven-room
street all modern
Ya,nutcor-
ner lot nlcaThandaeXtreP^.***':
$2600 New
water °m
hoilsei
Wm
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tor gas 60 ft. 1$ Plumbed
a? all° kind'" of wjcSJrtV®{
you what we hav. befo?5 »U"
might save you mSney
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