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ABSTRACTS
RAND' FORKS ABSTRACT AND IN
surance Co., 1st Nat. Bk. 2nd floor.
ARCHITECTS
BERT D. KECK, A. I. A.
Architect.
First National Bank Bldg. riv
Grand Forks, North Dakota.
FRASER. ARCHITECT AND ENGIN
er. Suite 23, Anderson Bldg. Mlnot N. D.
AUTOS AND MOTOKCYCLES
USED CARS
l»ie Reo Touring Car .. *300.00
Everet_.Touring Car .... $275.00
1914 Velle -Forty" Road
ster 1400.00
sier
Oakland "42".truek body...'. .$300
VBLIB SALES
"03
feATHS
BATHS AND SWEDISH MASSAGE
treatments for rheumatism wlU -save
you a trip to the springs. Hotel Da
cotah. Ernest Carlson, Masseur.
BUSINESS CHANCES
•GET IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF
I
Here's the Chance of a Lifetime.
I have a news-stpnd, confectlon
f^ary.and novelty business In a live
and prosperous town In the wheat
belt: of North Dakota for sale.
„y-:^ I started In this business 3 years
l^-ppago with less than $100 and now
have business apd property from the
profits of.this business worth $7,600.
E On account of 111 health I must
sell.' This I'll do at a sacrifice for
I .vA? quick efile for cash or easy terms.
I '.A If you have'character and ambl
1 .AtIon. and a little cash, monthly pay
l» imen^s nrllj buy the proposition.
WRITE. 971 HERALD
I GOOD OPENING, FOR LIVE REPRE
sentatives in your territory. Chance
to make. 100 to 200 per cent on small
investment. Write for full informa
tion. The Federal Development Co.,
-Alliance, Ohio.
fiLEGANT ICE CREAM PARLOR AND
short order house'for sale. Very rea
sonable. Situated on Main street with
large mercantile store On one side and
the movies' on the other. Reason' for
selling pdor health. Lock Box, 244,
Bottineau, N. D: .:
OR SALE^—$8iOOO.CO STOCK GENER
al merchkndlse and building. Good
North Dakota: town. Sales last year
$85,000.00. Discount for cash if taken
"at once. Going on homestead reason
•for selling'. Address 31 Herald.
BARBER SHOP FOR SALE—TWO
tchatr outfit complete with building and
flot Only shop In toWn. Will sell
-1 cheap for cash,
dak,. Montana.
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'ing-and evening editions. .,
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CLOSING HOURS—Want Ad Forins
tloee every -morning at 11:30 for
the evening editions, and 6 o'clock
every- evening for the morning edi
tion* except .Saturday, when forms
clous at 9 p. m. for Sunday morning
edition.
TELEPHONE, WANT ADS —Want
v":-
-AROJUD B. W1NSLOW, ARCHITECT.
07 Wldlund-Bldg. Grand Forks.
W, ^EDWARDS, ARCHITECT,
Northwestern Block. -Tel. 216-L N. W.
aSa
»0S South Third.
SPECIALS IN USED CARS FOR
QUICK SELLING
I—191B Maxwell 'touring car,
8, passenger.... ..$250
1—1916 Briscoe touring, ear,
.. 5 passenger................ .$300
l-rr-1914 Studebaker touring car,
5 passenger... ......$360
DAKOTA AUTO CO.
THREE 5-PASSENGER USED CARS,
in excellent shape which we intend to
sell. Make us an offer' on them This
is, an unusual opportunity. Grand
Forks Overland Co.
&FOR SALE—STUDEBAKER ROAD
ster. Run six Weeks. A snap. Ad
dress 80' Herald.
FORD CAR FOR SALE—INQUIRE AT
barber shop/across from Great North
nnt
•-PA^g&NGER HUPMOBILE
saitr: raapiy g. Feiton.
FOR
MM
AUTO PAINTING
DOfeS TOtlR CAR NEED VARNISH
••ajSt.teg? gee B. Chrlstlanson & Son. over
l^Slnw garage. We make It look like
new In little time and at small cost.
PBAOTORS
BAHLKE AND BAHLKE
A. a A Mrs. Nellie G. Bahlke.
H. TWDALE, CHIROPRACTOR AND
Masseur Human BaVi Oven and Sul
ftj^BuHaffig
Batb*-
Herald.
W. H. Curtis, Mon-
BARBER SHOP, 2 CHAIRS AND BATH,
.doing good business. Forced to sell.
,F!ne opportunity for goodi barber.
.Half cash, balance
.dress 8$ Herald.-
terms to eujt. Aa-
FOR SALB-^-RB|mURANT. ONLY
one in town of.90o and county .seat.
A snap if taken soon. Address City
Meat Market, Mb^al^ N. JO.
FI^ST CLASS POOL ROOM AND REg
t«urant ,:only .one in town terms
cheap for. cash. Address Poatoffice,
Box 61 Forest Rivet. Nr
JLE
FOR SALE—EIOHT TABLE BILLIARD
p*rlor doing good hfisiness. a M.
Crouch, ^iuiston.
FOR SALE-—ESTABLISHED GROCERY,
.i,busin»M. in residence district. Inquire
A
HALL AND LUNCH COUNTER
foi sale. AddreM 3.-J&. Hlbbard* Glen
Ullin,, N. D.
FOR /SALE OR RENT—2tf-ROOM HO
tel, fwrnlshed. Address 989 Herald:
Herald, Want iAds Bring Results.
Chestnut
iran5*'
Sulte J14 Securt
M. B. KEMP. CHIROPRACTOR,
Scan-AmeriBank Bldg. Phones 609-L,
BOOM AND BOABP..
BOARD AND ROOM IN PRIVATE
famlly^^Addresi^ZSHeralj^^^^
DANCING
DANCING LEL8QN8, gAST 190 T-8.
DENTISTS.'
BCKMAN AND SB.^RMAN.\DENTi8ta
MAN AND SB JRMAN. DENTI
Sufi 201-206 Widlund Block.
Both Phones 4««-J.
DBESSMAKINO
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKING DONI
at home reasonable. 818 Chestnut
16E9-L N. W.
DRESSMAKING, SUITS. COATS. «76-J
Tri-State.
DRESSMAKING. BESSIE SINNOTT,
No. 2 Spriggs Blk. 664L T-B.
FARM LANDS
YOUR CHANCE IS IN CANADA—RICH
elands and business opportunities offer
you independence fftrm lands $11 to
$30 acre irrigated lands, $a& to $60
twenty years to Ray: $2,000 loan in
improvements or ready made-farms
loan of live stock taxes average un
der twenty cents an acre no taxes on
improvements, personal property, or
live stock good markets, churches.
schools, roads, telephones excellent
climate—crops and live stock prov
it special nomeseekers' fare certlll
cates. Write for free booklets. Allan
Cameron, General Superintendent Land
Branch, Canadian Pacific Ry.. 142
Ninth Ave Calgary, Alberta.
FARMS FOR SALE—IMPROVED AND
wild lands. The last chance for good,
cheap land In Minnesota, from $8.00
per acre and up. Cheaper th«n you
can homestead. Fine stock farms.
Why rent when you can own your
farm for a little rtoney? I have three
quarters of sections that you c*n
trade la automobiles for part pay
ment. Also- good hotel -for sale, or
will trade. Located In good thriving
town. '. Call, or write Wm. O. Gay-
FARMS FOR RENT—TWO OF THJiS
best farms in Towner County, N. D.,
25$. 980 teres, another 400 acres good
1
ntfildlngs, lots of water, pasture:
would bell the necessary stook' ana
machinery, one half cash, balance one
years time. Address owner Box 1022,
Cando, N. D.
FOR SALE—160 ACRES NORTHERN
Minnesota partly lpiproved: $1,600.
160 $2,400. 820 unimproved, $6.60 per
aore. Take good car term$ to suit.
Freeman. Graceton. Minn/
FOR SALE OR RENT—FIRST CLASS
farm near town nice grove, good
buildings and water buy direct from
owner bargain for quick sale. Box 26,
•.. 1 Neche, N. D.
HOMESTEADS LOCATED RELIN
qulshments and farms Montana,
WaBhlrtgtoh. W. Hoyle, 108 State St.,
Helena, M6nt.
WANTED—A FARM FOR RENT,
dress Box 2114, Edmore, N. D.
Ad-
WANTED TO RENT—GOOD FARM
with good buildings. 32 Herald.
FLATS FOR RENT
FOR RENT— ONE 8-ROOM MODERN
flat and one 3-room modern flat.
617-L N. W., .814 International Ave
VLL MODERN" FLAT FOR RENT IN
the Dakota. Blk. Call at office of Da
kota Plumbing and Heating Co.
FLATS FOR RENT—8 ROOMS, 4
rooms,
1 rooms. Call Gillespie's Fly
less Store.
FRONT FLAT, THREE ROOMS AND
kitchenette. Wlftelshofer Block, over
10c store.
FOR RENT—MODERN FURNISHED
three room flat, close in. Address 18
ALL MODERN FRONT FLAT IN
Nells block: Inquire C. G. Nells.
_gjLH6ttssa.
Mm
Mouse Classification.
FOOT SPECIALIST
DR. J. c. ANSON, FOOT SPECIALIST
over drug store, Srd and DeMers ave.
•Corns removed flfty cents, for one or
two Instant relief to tired ov aching
feet. Nails, bunions treated. Both
phones.
FURNITURE
DINING ROOM SET, LIBRARY TA
ble, 2 rockers, brass bed, dressing
table and chair, cedar chest. Wilton
nig, Brussels rug, and pair of pillows.
,Must bT aold by Sept. 1st on account
of leaving city. Phone 714J N. W. or
No. 10, BaCon Blk.
FURNITURE FOR SALE INCLUDING
4 sets of bedsteads, 1 commode, 1
writing desk, 1 Ice box, chairs. O.- W.
Brundage, 321 International.
STEWART 61 HEATER, DINING
j-oom set, roll top desk and washing
machine. Call 988 N. W. Or 616 North
Fifth St.
FOR SECOND HAND FURNITURE
call at the Northwestern Furniture
Co., 208 South Third St
FURNITURE PACKING, STORAGE
and dray work. McKenzte's 187 South
Third. Pfi&nep 680.
GAS-RANGE. FOR SALE. STOVE CAN
he seen at Joe. Mahowald's. Call 668J
T-S- 278L N. W.. or 1129 N. W.
FOR SALE—GENERAL HOUSEHOLD
furnishings. 114 Walnut St.
FOR SALE—KITCHEN RANGE AND
bed. $20.00. 803 Third.Ave.
HAT CLEANING
LADIES' AND MEN'S HATS CLEANED
and reblocked expert work send by
mail. 117 No. 8rd, Grand Forks: T-S.
427-L.
HELP—FEMALE
QIRLS—GIRLS—GIRLS!
ers are wanted all over, apd get hlgh
est vrbgeBs can teach you to become
a flrs,class dressmaker terms reason
able, Write at once. Mrs: Meyers,
18 8th fit, So., Fargo.
WANTED YOUNG LADY WITH
thorough experience in dry goods and
ladies' ready-to-wear garments. 'Must
be capable saleswoman with goOd per
.. sonallty. Addrese Box. B, vLangdon.
N. D. ...
WANTED—A 8CLESLADY FOR DRY-
S'orweglan-preferred
oods department in a general, store:
state salary and
experience In. first letter. Address 13
Herald.
ANY YOUNG WOMAN IN NEED )F A
friendly hand will find It at the .Young
Women's. Christian Association, 414 if
DeMers Ave.'
NIGHT COOK AT EMPRESS CAFE.
U«U.AlOQUESnoW
SO^^TbAY—
LOOVS feAW
1 ,-«
MMhr~?c NNMUft-
NORTHDAKOTA'S
-r
yiBiMALE HELP— (CouUnned)
WANTED—COMPETENT. GIRL FOR
general housiwdrk. Good wages. No
washing. Mrs. Geo. E. Duis, ,141
Reeves Ave,
WANfED—4 SEWING GIRLS.
APPL.H
at Friedman's Fur Store in person,
don't aftply by phone.:
WANTED—A BRIGHT, ENBRGEftO
girl to do office work—principally book
Work. -The Odell Co.
COMPETiBNT GIRL WANTED FOR
general housework. Mrs: John H. Void,
1008 Belmont Ave.
COiJPBTJ&NT GIRL WANTED FOR
eneral housework. Mrs. C. B. Garvin,
elmont Ave.
GIRLS WANTED COMPETENT
GOOD GIRL FOR GBNfiRAL WORK.
Good wages. Hotel Pemberton, St
Thomas, N^D.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRE FOR
general housework. Mrs. Strikes V6
Reeves Ave.
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. A. A Rolf, 718 South
Third St.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG) LADY TO
work In grocery store. Address 616
Herald.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. M. Lundy, 724 Sec
ond Ave.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
208 So. 6th "St., East Grand Forks.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANT
ed at opce. Elgin Dairy Lunch.
GIRL TO HELP IN KITCHEN. ST.
.Michael's hospital.
MANGLE GIRL
HELP—MALE
WANTED—CITY EDITOR AND AD
vertlsing solicitor for weekly paper in
town or 6,600. Permanent position
for capable man who is willing to
work. One who is practical printer
preferred. This IS one 6f the best
newspaper positions in the state and
ought to appeal to a man who wants
to live in a good live town with splen
did. schools and chilrohes and modern
hpmes. Tfoe Herald, Wllllston, N, D.
WANTED—SEPT 6th, A RELIABLE
atltrouhd printer to take oharge of
weekly paper. Good ad and Job man
Steady job to right man. $16.00 every
Saturday. Write or wire, S. J. A.
Boyd, Hannah. N. D.
SALESMEN AND LOCAL
to handle Thue Auto Dimmer.
DEALBI
ler.
dollars per set retail. Ford.lljjht ln
... ,yn
neapolis, Minnesota.
tenslflers two dollars.
Sales Co., 427 Plymonth Bldg.
Bank Mfg. &
.. Mln-
WANTED—MAN TO DO STEAM FIT
tlng and plumbing repair work. Pre
fer man who knows something about
electric wiring. Permanent position.
Telephone -1371-1 or. write Secrfeta.ry
of'Unlv^rslty.
FREE BARBER TRADE TAUCtHT
free, call er. write for Information
Modern Barber Colleges branches. 110
Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, 888 E. 7th
St.. St. Paul, 20 E. Superior St, Dii
luth, Minn.
BARBER WANTED AT ONCE. Wages
$18 aind 60 over $80,00. Good money
on the side for band leader. Wire
and come. L..J. Brant,'Rolette, N. D.
WANTED—MEN FOR THRESHING.
Free fare out and the farmers pay the
'employment fee. Call at Maxsons Em
pleymentAgeiKy. Devll% Lafee, N-D.
1
St
•••, .1 «••... 1
WANTED—AT ONCE FOR GLASGOW.
Montana, four first claps finishing.car
penters, wages $6.60 per day. Lelg
land
Kleppe.
-WANTED—CYLINDER PRESS FEED
er who can help .with makeready. |18
ip.
er week, steady Job. Address
"erfcld

HER»IU
WANTED—TWO COMPETENT TAIL
ors at once. Union wages paid
plenty of work. S. Brown & Co.,
City.
BARBER AT ONCE. MUST BE FIRS®
class. Wages£$20 guarantee and 60%
over $30.00. R. O. Chapman, Devils
Lake, jl. D.
WANTED—AN A1 GOOD STORE MAN
who understahds dry goods thorough
ly and who can trim windows. Ad
dress Box B, Langdon, N. Dak.
GOOD MAN FOR FARM WORK, GOOD
wages to right party. Monthly
wages. Flat 6 Nlles Blk, or Box 406.
FIRST CLASS TAILOR WANTED AT
onoe. Economy Tailoring Company,
Crookston, Minnesota.
SEVEN GOOD MESSENGER BOYS OV
er 16 years. Apply Western Union
Telegraph Co.
FIRST" CLASS BARBER WANTED—
$20 and half over $80. Feldhaus,
Sidney, Mont.
WANTED AT ONCE—BUTCHER TO
work In shop. Address W. F. Moran,
Calvin, N. D.
GOOD ALL-AROUND BLACKSMITH
wanted at once. ~Guy Barr, Grafton,
N. D.
ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN,. WANTED
who wishes to learn the dry goods
business. Apply Odell'S.
TAILOR WANTED AT CAVALIER, N.
D. Good wages. Mcintosh Bros,
WANTED AT ONCE—ELEVATOR BOY
.and ben boy. Frederick Hotel.
BAGGAGE OR DRAY MAN NOW
wanted at Jeff's Transfer.
WAITER WANTED HUTCHINGS
Cafe, East Grand Forks.
SECOND COOK WANTED—ELGIN
Dairy Lunch.
STRONG BOYS WANTED. CONGRESS
Candy Co.
K/MW
COCOAWTT
CANU
WANTED: "A SECOND BAKER AT
Gelsts.
SALESMEN WANTKD.
SPECIALITY SALESMEN—To take or
ders for made-to-measure suits and*
overcoats. Our line excels in values
to customers and- commissions paid
salesmen. We only have a few more sets
of fall sample lines. -Write at' onqe.
The A. Nash Company, Power Bulld
Ing. Cincinnati. O.
HONEY.
HONEY FOR SALE A^ GRAND FORKS
Apiary, 1118'lone Ave. B.VB: Peabody
A Son. 618J Trl-SUte.
HOUSES FOR SALE
ROOM HQCTSE MODERN BUT HEAT.
two
St
1100L.
FOR SALE—SIX ROOM COTTAGE
nearly modern. Cheap if taken at
"onee. -'Call T. 8. phone' 285-L, or in
qjflre 728 N. 4th Street
ie
Vi
fflSi
.mm
•WANTED—STAR
SteamLaundry.
FLOOR GIRL .WANTED AT DEACON
ess Hospital.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
4jo Cherry St.
'i '-A
A*
JGRAND FORKS HERALD,WEDNESDAY,AUGUST 29,1917
HOUSES FOR SALE—Continued.
6-ROOM COTTAGE, NEW GARAGE
and 60x176 ft corner lot on reason
able terms. Apply 1004 No. 6th St or
call 1691-J N.
W.
NEW ALL MODERN 6 ROOM HOUSE
5-roiom house. In South ena.
also good
Address 996 Herald.
HOTgX# JEftljL RENT
"WATCH GRATORITORRS GROW.1"""
$ i8r—6-room house, modern but heat
International Ave.
4 7—6-room house Vlets Ave.
$ 10—4-reom cottage, city water, sewer
Elder St.
FOR
SALE.
$ 70,0—$od». fountain, and .confectionery
stock, with please of premiss,
$ 660—4-roofti hottfle SoUtH Third St1
$ 900—6-room cottage South Third St.
$8100-—6-room, ail modern house Cherry
•-.r V::T St 'H,"
W. H. KELSEY.
FOR RENT—HOUSE 212 SO. THIRD,
East Grand Forks. Inquire A B.
Karnes, 809. 288L N. W.
6-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT—CLOSfe
In,electricity, gas, hot. water heat.
Call 106 Chestnut St.
MODERN HOUSE EXCEPT HEAT FOR
rent. Apply McKailor News gtore, 111
North fflird jst.thtv
TWO COCAOES %W BENT: FOUR
and fiVe room. M. Garlier, 602 Wal
nut
ALL MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE AT
1013 University-Ave. Call 666L T-S.
GOOD HOUSES IFOR RENT AT ALL
•prices. John C. Boe Co. Phones: 474.
6-ROOM'HOUSE, SOUTH END. $13.00.
806 Kittson Ave., 806 both phones.
HOUSE FOR RENT. $86 A MONTH.
Inquire, 311 N. 4th St
MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT. AP
ply W. L. Wilder..
6-ROGM MODERN HOUSE. 812 N.
8tn St.
5
HOUSES—B. A FLADLAMD.
o» yiats. See Wats Olasslflcatton.
HOTELS
Family European Transient
,.„i, Finest Cafe in Northwests
HOTEL DACOTAH IT
Commercial Headquarters^®
Rooms $1.00 Up. Recently Improved.
KODAK FINISHING
WE* DO DEVELOPING AND PRlNT
Ing lowest prices best service. Void's
Drug 8tore. 26 80. 8rd.
LIVE STOCK
FOir SAI^E—TOTO. ^YOUNG. BELGIAN
mfres. Slstei^rr Jtist alike. Suitable
for dray team. Gentle. Address
Lewis Lykken. Milton, N. pak.
HORSE AND LIGHT DELIVERY
wagon for,.sale. Call at, Boat's Paint
Store.
FOR SALE—4 YEAR OLD MARB
with colt 8 months old. Inquire Tom
Moen, Emerado: N. D.
CHICKEN DOGS: BROKE, READY
forfleld^.jLHJjjh^
LOST AJIL^FOIMD.
TRAVELLING BAG FOUND ON ROAD
between Etoerado and Grand Forks.
,CaU Hsralf..
Ij
mxiwrn'
SESS2
mm
NEWSPAPER
EVERETT TRUE BY CdNDO
'1 f.
VOu POO'R RCMN/1NT OF
THfe Dark AGtSS, A SANITARY
ORtNKING^ fOuNTAfM IS NO
PtAce TO cce/tM sour
CCTH'V
LOST
.s rjahMs.w ni^7.
AND
•V..K- -"T'
$186—-All modern store Third St
$ 66—All modern store "Kittson Ave.
$ 76—All modern store Third St
$ 16—Small store Alpha Ave.
$ 46—9-room, all,, ipodern house Bel
mont Aye.
$ 86—9-room. all modern house Univer
sity Ave:-''
$ S6—7-room house,.' modern 'but -Meat
$ 26—6-room house, modern 'but heat:
Walnut St
FOUND—Continued.
LOST—SOMEWHERE IN THE CITY
limits or on the road leading to the
City from the south, one N. Dak auto
retfstratlon t»g. No. 40,802,
Jlnda„r P'ease leave at the Her
aid office, Grand Forfcs.
LOST—BLACK AND WHITB ENGLISH
setter, very small lost 2 weeks ago.
Answers to the name of "Lu." Fe
male. Return to Herald for reward.
ELGIN GOLD WATCH LOST—MON
day_ between Grand Forks and North
land. Return for reward to Mike
Onderko, Warren, Minn.
SMALL GREY PORSE CONTAININO
two silver dollars and house key lost
in or near Central Park. Return to
Herald-for reward.
83-4 TIRE, ON RIM, WITH TIRE COV
er, lost between Cummlngs and Grand
Forks. Finder return to Henry Motor
Sales Co.
LOST—SATURDAY EVENING PACK
age containing films and pictures.
Finder frleaee return to Henry, Mqtor
Sales, Co. ».
LOST-fl OXFORD SHOE. REMING
ton T. W. Co.
LOTS FOR SALE
FOR SALE— SNAP, TWO CITY LOTS,
Grand Forks, near center of city. Lots
23 and 24, Block 8, McKllvey's Addl
tion. Bargain, quick sale, clear title.
Address, Box 1306 Edmonton, Alberta.
MONUMENTAL WQRKS
MONUMENTS MARKERS VAULTS
W. -R,. Jaok. Grand Forks. N. D,
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
FOR SALE OR WILL TRADE FOR
four horses, one 12-26 gas tractor ana
three plow gang will handle Bmatl'
separator original cost $1,300 used
less than-a year and in good condition:
will give week's, trial. Box 68, Mc-
Canna, North Dakota.
HAY—3000 TONS BAILED, $10.00 AND
$12.00, f. o. b. G. N. or N. P. 10,000
sheep. Some good chickens and dogs.
L. H. White, Cogswell, N. D.
FOR SALE—ABOUT TEN CAR LOADS
potatoes—Ohio's and Cobler's. Aa
dress' C. Belanus & Sons,' Walhalla,
.N Dak. ...
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR HdR&Bb,
one new Ford tractor. 8x16 H. P. l.
E. Stover, Larlmore, N. D.
FOR SALE—SMALL GAS RANGE $3
Edison phonograph with 110 records,
$10. Call 218 Walnut.
FOR SALE—ONE AND ONE-QUAR
ter acre fine standing fodder corn.
Northwestern phone 1373.
LADIE'S BICYCLE FOR SALE. IN
quire 311 N. 4th St.
OSTEOPATHY I
1
DR/j. ORR AND MAY SENDERS
•Suite"306... Security Block.
Both.Phones,642. Grand Forks
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
PAINTING, & PAPERHANGING: WORK
•, guaranteed. 1129-L T.-S. John Paul
son.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DRS. EKERN & MARSDEN.
Specialists. ftH.,5
Bar, Eye, Nose and Throat.
8. A Bank Bldg. Grand Forks.
DR. JOHN D. TAYLOR
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention .given to diseases of
the skin and gemto-urlnary system.
Office oyer First National Bank.
ARTHUR PEAKE. M. D.
MARGARET PEAKS. M. Dl
DRS. GISLASON & JOHNSON.
-. :Bar, Eye, Nose and Throat
Beare Block. Over Lion Drug Store.
DBS. BRATRUD A ANDERSON,
Physicians and Surgeons.
402?18 8can.-Araer. Bank Bid.
Both Phones 141.
DRS. HEALY, LAW 4 WOUTAT.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office, Scan-Amer. Bank Bldg.
DR. A DEAN
Physician and Surgeon.
Seconal Floor. First National Bk. Bldg.
ROOMS FOR RENT
THREE FURNISHED ROOMB^SUIT
able for light' housekeeping In. all
modern house. Call T. S. phone 806-L.
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ROOMS FOR RENT—Continued.
FOR RBNT—LARGE MODERN FUR
nished room. Call at flat over
Arhart's Jewelry 8tore.
FOA RENT—3 NICE UNFURNISHED
rooms for llffht house keeping. Call
at 619 N. 7th St
TWO LARGE, LIGHT HOUSBKEEP
lng rooms, partly furnished. 616
Cherry Street.
FOR RENT—6 ROOM MODERN
house. J. Banlk, 412 Dover, East
Grand Forks.
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS SUI*
able for housekeeping. Wittelshofer
block over Ten Cent store.
THE PALACE HOTEL ROOMS $1.00
week and up. 7th St A DeMers.
NICELY FURNISHED DOUBLE ROOM
In modern home. Close In. N. W. 167.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RBNT. 419
'DeMers Ave. Inquire 118 Walnut
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMB
—$9 month. 802 8outh Fourth.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeping. 601 Cottonwood.'
FURNISHED ROOMS—SINGLE
housekeeping. 406 Chestnut.
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD.
jlrB. McHaffle, 12 N. 6th.
FRONT SlhTE OF ROOMS. HALL Ho
tel. 811 South Third.
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
—617 North Third.
FURNISHED ROOM. MODERN HOUSB.
at 616 No. 8rd.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS.
420 So. 4th St.
ROOM TO RENT—MODERN.
Third Street.
Shoe Hospltal*-Largest, most complete
shoe shop In Grand Forks parcel post
paid one way repairing while you
wait J. Holland. Basement 314 DeMers
SITUATION WANTED
MAN FORTY-FIVE YEARS OLD WITH
14 years experience as shipping clerx
in eastern woolen mill, desires posi
tion. Can furnish best of references.
Address Box 164, Grand Forks.
WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSE
keeper on farm for single party, or
cook in small hotel. Katrina Nelson,
622 University Ave., Grand Forks.
A BLIND MAN WANTS WORK TO DO.
What can you offer him? Write or
phone Adv. Mgr. Herald.
CAPABLE WOMAN DESIRES OFFICE
Work part day or evening. R'efer-
STORAGE
Household' Goods Packed and .. Stored.
Panbvlts Furniture and Cftrpet Co.
STORES FOR
WANTED BY TWO WOMEN SMALL
furnished or unfurnished modern flat,
Sept. 1st or Oct. 1st. Address 28
Herald.
LEGAL NOTICES
OBGAimATZOV OBBTtPZOATB
Of the Xoneyford State Batik.
Know All Men by These Presents, -that
we, whose names are hereunto subscrib
ed, have this day united ourselves to
gether to form an association for carry
ing on the business of banking under the
laws of the State of North Dakota, and
have adopted and executed Articles of
Association, In duplicate for that pur
pose, and have duly forwarded such
articles to the Secretary of State of
North Dakota that we do hereby under
our hand make and file the following as
our Certificate of Organization:
First: The name of said corporation
Is Honeyford State Bank
Seoond: The place where the business
of discount and deposit are to be carried
on Is at Honeyford, Co\inty of .Grand
Forks, State of North Dakota
Third: The amount of, the capital
stock and the amount into which Its
shares are to be divided Is: Fifteen
thousand and '00-100 ($16,000100) to be
divided into 160 shares of $1,000 each.
Fourth: The names and residence of
the shareholders and the. number or
shares held by each of them are as fol
lowsV
Name and Residence. No. Shares.
John O. Fadden, Arvllla, N. D. 60
O. J.,Knutson, Arvllla, N. 25
James A. Dlnnle, Grand Forks, N. D. 26
David H. Beecher, Minneapolis, Minn. 50
Fifth: The period at which this cor
poration shall commence business shall
be within one year from "the date of this
Charter, and it shall terminate 25 years
from date of Its charter.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto
set our hands and seals, each for him
self, this 14th day of October, A. D.,
1916.
i'Jv1' VlJ **hr
610 N.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. 4#3
N. 3rd St.
ALL MODERN ROOM FOR RENT. 117
Walnut.
SHOE REPAIRING.
RjCNT
FOR RENT—8TORE IN SCANDINAV
lan Bank building. Apply to Anderson
Sisters.
STORE FOR RENT IN BACON FLATS.
North Fourth St. Inquire of J. D. Ba
con.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY—ONE 2 HORSE
electric motor. Cck.ll Joe MahoWald,
278L N. W. or 668J T-S.
WANTED TO BUY GOOD 'SECOND*
hand' hard coal heater. N. W. 1402.
WANTED TO RENT
JOHN O. FADDEN,
vf O. J. KNUTSON,
DAVID H. BEECHER,
JAMES A. DINNIE,
CHAS. M. BURGESS
A I. HUNTER
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of
Grand Forks, ss.
On this Srd day of November, 1916,
before me personally appeared John O.
Fadden, O. J. Knuteon, James A. Dlnnle
and David H. Beecher, known to me to
be the persons who are described in and
who executed the foregoing certificate of
organization, and they and each of them
acknowledged to me that they executed
the same.
(Seal.) W. M. Edmunde.
1 Notary Pubic, Grand Forks Co., N. D.
My Commission Expires Oct. 29, 1920.
(Aug. 8-16-22-29.)
*0 AH to w£om These Tree
eats
ftpiafr,
Whereas, John O. Fadden, O. J. Knut
eon, D. H. Beecher and others have filed
In this office a. copy of their Articles of
Association and an Organisation Certifi
cate. as provided In (Sections 6147 and
6148, Chapter 28, Complied Laws 1918)
said chapter being the Law' governing
the organization and management of
(State Banks) setting forth all the facts
required to bje stated in said sections and
have in all Respects complied with the
requirements of the law governing the
organization of (State Banks) as con
tained In the chapter hereinbefore re
ferred to:
Now, therefore, I, Thomas Hall, Sec
retary of State of the State of North Da
kota, by virtue and authority of law, do
hereby certify that satd parties, their as
sociates and successors, have become a
body politic and corporate, under the
name of Honeyford State 'Battk, Honey­
MN6 00CLAttS
tool::
A NBw
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pa6e seve1
Nottli Dakota's Gfeatest
Classified Section
ford, Grand Forks County, North Da
kota, and by that name are hereby auth
orized to commence the business
Banking, .to adbpt and" use-'a- eorpoi
seal, to sue and be sued purchase, 1
and convey real, and personal property,
as provided by said chapter to have suc
cession for a period of-twenty-five years
to make contracts and to have and M
Joy all theMghts and privileges granted:
to state Banks under the law of thta
State, subject to their Articles of Incor
poration, and all legal restrlotlons and
liabilities relative thereto.
In testimony whereof. I have-hen
set my hand and affixed the Great
of the State at the Capitol In the
of Bismarck, this 11th day of Novem'
mm THOMAS HALL.
,. Secretary of Bta^:
1 ,'ki® (Aug. 8-16-22-29.) •^rl
TREASURER'S REPORT,
For Fairfield School District No.
County pf Grand Forics, State
North Dakota, for the year 1916-t$l
RECEIPTS.
Cash on hand including sink
ing fund, at beginning of...
July 1, 1916....$ HI.**'*
school yeart
Total amount received during
the year from the apportion
ment of the' State Tuition
Fund
OR
Total amount received' during
the year from the apportion
ment'of the County Tuition
Fund
Amount received during the
year from taxes levied by the
District School Board, includ
ing outstanding warrants re
deemed or endorsed in the col-,
lection of taxes.... ......
Amount received during tne
year from other sources.!....
Total receipts for the year,
including cash on hand
July 1, 1916
EXPENDITURES.
Amount paid during the year
for school houses, sites and
furniture $
Amount paid during the year
for teachers' wages
Amount paid during the year
for services and expenses of
school officers
Amount paid during the year
for incidental expenses
Total' expenditures Tor the
year $1,221.67
Cash on hand. Including fund,
June 30, 1917 668.7rl
Grand total, expenditures and
cABh on hand, to balance
above total receipts $1.78
Walter Leake, Cleric.
TREASURER'S REPORT.
For Grand Forks School District
109, County of Grand Forks, State
North Dakota, for the year 1916-1917.
RECEIPTS.
Cash on hand including sinking
fund, at beginning of school
year, July 1, 1916 $ 70
Total amount received during
the year from the apportion
ment of the State Tuition
Fund 211.97#
Total amount received during
the year from the apportion
ment of the County Tuition
Fund 170.7
Amount 1 received during the
year from taxes levied by the ,^-j
District School Board, lnclud
lng outstanding warrants re- -.'
deemed or endorsed in the col
lection of taxes 41
Amount received during the
year Into the sinking fuhd...
Amount received during the
year from other sources..... 106.98
Total receipts for the year,
Including cash on hand July
1. 1916 $1,615.7
EXPENDITURES.
Amount paid during the year
for apparatus, fixtures, etc..$ 46:0
Amount paid during the year
for teachers' wages
Amount paid during the year
for services and expenses of
school officers 87.60
Amount paid during the year
for interest on bonds and
•. warrants ......
Amount paid during the year
for incidental expenses.. 10.90
Total expenditures for the
year $ 966.68
Cash on hand, Including sink
ing fund, June.30, 1917'. 669.10
Grand total, ^expenditures and
cash on hand, to balance
above total receipts $1,616.78
Irwin Stewart, Clerk.
TREASURER'S REPORT.
For Brenna School District No. 96,
County of Grand Forks, State. of
North Dakota, for the year 1916-1917.
Cash on hand Including sinking
Fund
Fund
3
-r
fund, at beginning of school
year, July 1, 1916 .$. -73.18
Total amount received during
the year from the apportion
ment of the County Tuition
144.2S
Total amount received during
the year from the apportion
ment of the County Tuition
Amount received during the
year from taxes levied by the
District School Board. Includ
ing outstanding warrants re
deemed or endorsed in the
collection of taxes
Amount received during the
year from other sources.....
69.25
,'K1
296.75:
112.90
Total receipts for the year,
including cash on hand
July 1, 1916 ...$ 696-26
EXPENDITURES.
Amount paid during the year
for teachers' wages ....$ 396.00
Amount paid during the year
to county treasurer on ac
count of teachers' retirement
fund
Amount paid during the year
for services and expenses of
school officers ..............
Amount paid during the year
for Incidental expenses
.-.SJV-KT'
4.00
54.00
10S.64
Total expenditures for the
year $ 660.64
Cash on hand, including sink
ing fund, June 30, 1917 184.«3'
Grand total, expenditures and
cash on hand, to balance
above receipts ..$ 695.2C
L. C. Bergh, Clerk.
TREASURER'S REPORT
For School District No. 116, County of
Grand Forks, State of North Dakota,
for the year 1916-1917.
RECEIPT8.
Cash on hand including sinking
"001
fund, at beginning of school
year, July 1, 1916 $
Total amount received during
the year from the apportion
ment of the State Tuition
Fund
210.07
Total amount reeelved during
the year from the apportion
ment of the County Tuition
Fund
146.
TJ
Amount received during the
year from taxes levied by the
District School Board, includ
ing outstanding warrants re
deemed or endorsed in the
collection of taxes..
85.68
780.00
'•year,
hand
Total receipts for the
including' cash on
July 1. 1916 :...
EXPENDITURES.
Amount paid during th» year
-for school houses,' sites and
furniture ...................
$
Amount paid during th» year
for, apparatus., fixtures, etc..
Amount paid during the year
for teachers" wages..
Amount paid daring th* year
fop services and expenses of
school officers
Amount pMd. during .the jrear
forjnterest on .bonds and
warrants ...........
Amount paid
1
vtrtu Gnndvo.toU),'.ex9eaditaT«i.")anA
44.08
during the year
for incidental expenses .v......At/fA
Amount pajdit durihf
£or redemption and refunding
v-^f
Amount paid during the year"
for purposed •'not /.before men
tioned" j.#
Total expenditures' for the
year ».»"tM.l
Cash on tand. Inoluding slnk
fane June
cash on hand, to bsjandft

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