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*®1 %®1 •%@i *@i i: S? %@i R. irch lot's @9.3 icks. heat wit' les hy hal red ince one «oa thr. 8*roc rob rn of iy king id la red id! (f vt EVENING .EDUriOJil^^^ Want Ad Rates .... ItakiVMiS^ (If no cnangc In ad.) Minimum charge ts 14 c—tepsr ror or more flnys. tftfalmum eharee !,°°ne- tar SB cents. Vm VMi or mora to *?et your manor's worth. entitle you. to pokllaitloa tunu raorn,n* USJ7 w- 1 &@i & S4@l &@1 It tT-18 Over Dac. Phar. Tel. S04S-W. AltCHITECTS & ENGINEERS BERT D. KECK, A. I. A. L„ ARCHITECT. •'First Nat Bank Bide. Phone 261 JOS. BELL DE REMER. Phone 1970 Architect Sec. Bldg. AUCTIONEERS K.S. NELSON Auctioneer Twentieth Century Methods Em- 4 a wa frim, wo I fee cre to eptre md tre it I nd of ing iuth\ ... ployed Only. Granl Forks, N. Di 1 J. N. WILCOXON, AUCTIONEER "The Man Who Gets the Money." f,0S Walnut St. Phone 2375 Irving Stewart, Auctloneer-^-Farm and i| j»tock^gle6aspeela!ty^'honeM-Fj^ AUTOS. I* Hal my »o srv ill b. le ke ir, hat WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF AUTOMOBILES. over iad rted •ain aid, ipick 'our Join* Los: the the as a ng Vf\' sntin fclink and sota ittle. lent tould Ae id ^T^V -apfHiflf North Dakota's Greatest Classified Section »nd evetng e«* *. mouuTiQK CASINO HOURS—Want Ad (MM close every imkIm »t 11:M If* the evenln* edition. and o'elock M«l»* for Km iMTilif edition except btmtir whoa forr* f2°"e P- for Sunday nmf in* edition. WH.KPHONE WANT ADS—Want Ada are received br *k*M Mt Payable the mm day as reedted •. J*11 collection will b« made at year name or office aa aeon aa la ooa £fnlent f*r the collector to call. "U «ceom modatlea scrvie* aad payment should be made promptly when the Mil la presented. OUT OF OWN ORDERS must ha •iwaye accompanied hy tbe tatk. P1*", comply «Uk this rale to avoid Ineonvenlease a*d delay. INFORMATION concerning mv Want Ad in these eoiamne that la fraudulent or undesirable wilt be greatly appreciated by The. Herald. THE HKRAIJ5 will accept only cleaa advertising and reservse the richl revise any oopgr to eeafora with .makeup ntlea ef classified adver tlslng. ACCOUNTAVTS SCOTT & REDMON Accountunts ft© car If it needs only a little atten tion, we will do that. If it needs a complete overhaul ing, we will do it for you, and give you the best possible satisfaction. Our mechanics are veterans with from seven to 10 years experience. UNDER THE DIRECT SUPERVI SION OF R. E. READING. We wholesale and sell at retail the following quality merchandise, which will give you 100% service: VHEDOL MOTOR OIL FEDERAL TIRES GOULD STORAGE BATTERIES AMERICAN HAMMERED PIS TON RINGS If you need new piston rings in your motor it will pay you to have these installed. PIJONE 631 OR 403. GRAND FORKS, N. D. Used Caur B&rgstiim Ford car, delivery body $ 150,00 Ford car, delivery body. 200.00 Oakland touring ... $ 350.00 Dodge touring 650.00 1320 Buirk touring 91250.00 1920 Special 6 Studebaker, sport model ... .$1500.00 I. Above prices are cash, would cttnslder terms with responsible party. '.*Wm Havo Started An ity W.'JBB. ntEB s• AUTOREPAIRSHOP In the Hoover building. North Bth St., aod. Skidraore Ave. All vrork giaraatAed. PhoneSII DALBT A HILLIGOSS. FOR SALE—OVERLAND MODEL St. In first class condition. Ran 0,(00 miles, Is practically new. Address, Box 529, Lartmore. N. D, V-JSK.i. IJJQRD CAR^T A BARGAIN IF TAKBN nuick. Write. 866 Herald. BATHS Baths, Swedlsh Mawiage, Ladies. Gently "njen/Bttrts^c^son^Hete^bacM^. jflll BU^NBSSCHA&CES 5 -III' 1 VI VI 1 *'T -H—I "S i? 7 •."it •. eee LUMBER YARDS fltiWDerw •t'- -J**.' astern Minn'., or Eastern North Dakota. Must he A-l and at lowest cash jrice. WRITE ', BOX 208 WILL CHANGE— My itock SALB or f6od of ewe*i JSPrSeS9e$, p«!?y JohWH*. Unlep, K, D. I 1 •mm „v •fe Vs. What's become o" th' olo "Weltome" door mat? Tiler's lots o' things t' over, come an' live down, but how anybuddy kin face th' world after tber love let tors have been read in court is what ^rlte us. BUSINESS CHANCES FOR SALE—TAILOR SHOP WITH about four hundred dollars worth ofi salts. Will also sell building and 2 scales, safe and roll top desk. Town! of 00, Red River Valley. Will take automobile In trade. J. O. Gordon, Adams, N. D. BARBER 6HOP AND POOL'HALJ* FOR SALE on account of bad health. Will sell at big sacrifice. .One ohair barber outfit, two pool tables, also building. Come and look it aver and make offer.. F. M. Fdrringer. Denhoff, N. D. CHIROPRACTORS BAHLKE AND BAHLKE Chiropractors Spriggs Block Phone 560 •Dr. H. Tisdale—Chlropractlce. Baths. Massage. Electricity. Lady Attendant. Security Block. M. E. KEMP, CHIROPRACTOR. N^JgjJJanljMWdg^^^^^PhoneOMW DANCING rfANCINO INSTRUCTION. AGNES L. Rhodes. Orpheum haH. Phone 2938. DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKER—FIRST CLASS DRESS maklng, beading, braiding, etc. Prices reasonable. Phone 875W. 401 S. 3rd St. EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKING Dftne at home reasonable. 316 Chestnut. 1659W. DRESSMAKING DONE BY THE DAY. Call 2795W. EXCHANGES. I Caur Wsumfted Will trade .diamond valued at S325 for good light automobile. Overland, Ford, «r some other good light car. Write 864 Herald. 7-ROOM HOUSE, 14 LOTS AND BARN. chicken coup, etc., in Crookston. Will trade for merchandise or grocery. Write or call, 316 N. 7th" St., Grind Forks. FOR SALE OR TRADE^-ON FARM, blacksmith shop and garage. Naegell Bros.. Falrdsle. N. D. FARM LANDS of cultivated land mile north of East Grand Forks on state road. Will divide it into 10 acre tracts. Price and terms reasonable. See East Grand Forks 309 DeMersl Ave. 160 ACRES LANX—10 MILES FROM town. 100 acres broke. Some build ings on it. Will exchange for clean general merchandise, or- lee* cash. Want $45.00 acre for exchange or $85.00 an acre cash. Write, 810 Herald. CLEAR RESIDENCE, JUDSON, MINN.. $4,000. Clear quarter Harding Co., S. D., $4,000. Clear quarter Morton Co.. N. D., 14,000. Want improved small farm in Walsh or Pembina County. Homme Farm Co., Grafton, N. D. FOR SALE—HALF SECTION 6 MILES from Grand Forks, In flrst class shape. To be sown to wheat. Absolutely free from four seeds. $40 per acre. Will make better price on cash deal: Write 864 Heiald. FARM FOft RENT—8 MTLES^ NORTH of Arvilla, 120 acres ready to seed. 65 acres summer fallowed last summer. Write, John S. KrolWlS North Fifth, Grand Forksf N. D. FOR SALE OR TRADE—400 ACRES IN eastern South Dakota, twenty miles from Minnesota line, very productive land, good terms. C. T. Vlk, owner, Lawndale, Minn* WB HAVE 100 ACRES, ALL PLOWED, about 3 miles west of University, that we want to rent on shares. vBendeke Co., Grand Forks, N. The «. D. FARM LANDS—WISCONSIN LANDOLOGY SPECIAL NUMBER Just out, eontalnlnr 1921 facta o( clover land in Marinette County. Wis consin. If fer a home or as an Invest ment you are thinking of buying good farm land* where farmers grow rich, •end at onoe for thls special Dumber of Landology. It ls free on request. Address, Skldmore-Rlehle Land Co., Skid— 417 Imore-Rtehle Bldg., Marinette. ~7r PTjATS. 3 L/2RGE SUNNY MODERN ROOMS.' Close In. Unfurnished. Phone 2158. FOOT SPECIALISTS DR. J. C. ANSON, FOOT SPECIALIST. Over drug store, 3rd and DeM«ra Ave. Corns removed without pain. Instant relief to tired- and aching feet. Nails, bunions treated. Warts removed. FDKinVM WB BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND furnitura, also repair furniture and pack fer shipping. Northwestern Fur yltwre Co. Phone 211W, IM 8, Srd St SAI^9—^DINING FOR BAIJB—^DINING ROOM SET. BED room set and other furniture. Mrs. O. B. Burtness, .Flat, 7 Belmont Apart mentik can monilacs.^ WCOND HAND VURNITURE, STOVES ht, sold, exchanged. Me Third S^. Phene 680. $04 S pffwm R.V •T'' J* M, NORTH DAKOTA'S HELP—AGENTS. AGENTS WANTED—TO SELL en cooda direct to the consumer.. Llnv consists of underwear, hosiery, leather" vests, macktoaws, blankets, ctc.oNa experience necessary. For further particulars write. Red, River Woolen' Mills Company, Fergus Falls, Minne sota. •. -i •2.50 PER DAY PAID ONE LADY IN each town to distribute free circulars for EScoQomy Non-alcoholic flavoring..! Pennsnent position. F. E.- Barr Co., Chicago. COMPETENT GIRL WANTED FOR general housework. Good wages to competent help. Must be good cook. Write, 857 HerUd. GIRL WANTED—FOR HOUSEWORK on farm for saason. Modern house. Higlf wages to competent help. Write, S46, Herald. ALL YOUNG WOMEN ARE INVITED to make the- Young Woman's' Chris* tian Ass'n. their headauarters while in the city. COOK WANTED—$10.00 PER WEEK, 2 maids in house. Mrs. M. F. Murphy, 120 Reeves Ave, ^liqnc 196-J. YOUNG BACHELOR WANTS HOUSE*-' keeper on farm. State, wages expect ed. "Write, 865 Herald/ GIRL WANTED—FOR HOUSEWORK' on farm near city. Phone 58'8. SCHOOL GIRL TO ASSIST WITH housework. Phone 61b. GIRL WANTED—TO^VORK ON KAR^I, '"pll 31-F-K.. HELP—MALE ENGINEER WANTED AT ONCE— .First class power house engineer fa miliar with A. C. equipment. Super intendent Watei Light & Power Dept., Warren, Minn. TWO YOUNG MEN OF NEAT Ap pearance to travel on road with man ager. House to" house work. Apply 7 to 8 p. m., S. L. Sowerly, Hotel'North ern. FIRST CLASS AUTOMOBILE MECH unic wanted. One that Is an all around phop man. Good wages. Live North Dakota town. Write, 826 Herald. BARBER WANTED—822 GUARANTEE, 60% qver 832. Steady job. Elmer L, T?ver. Pope. N. H. HELP—SALESMEN. SALESMEN WANTED—HIGH GRADE man to sell standard line of auto tires! and tubes at wholesale prices to con-. sumers. Exceptional quality, well' known Unp. Fabric tires guaranteed six thousand miles cord tires, eight thousand miles. Commission basis, it will pay to investigate. Willis Tire & Rubber Co., Inc., 110? Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. WANTED A LIVE EXPERIENCED calendar salesman for this territory, by one of the largest calendar houses in the'East, having over seven' hun-. dred designs to offer,the ptrblic. Lib eral commissions and excellent co operation given our mert. The Best Mfg. Co., New Haven. Conn. HIDES TANNED. FANCY TANNING CO, N. 3RD ST.,! East Side. Let us tan your hides 83.60 each P. O. Box 551. HOTELS Family European Transient Finest Cafe In Northwest. HOTEL DACOTAH Commercial Headquarters Robms $1.75 up Recently Improved ROOMS BY DAY OR WEEK. NEW York Hotel, said to be the best place *p »nwn o*t HOUSES FOR SALE Waftclh Grand Forks Grow FOR RENT $15.00—3-room house, city water, cellar and electric lights. On Jennie Ave. $25.00—6-roo-n cottage, with garage, electric lights and city water on International Ave. $25.00—Small store on International Ave. FOR SALE $ 1,100.00—3-room house and barn, elec tric lights, city water, on Jennie Ave. $ 4,300.00—7-room house, all modern but heat, hardwood floors, on N. 4th St. $ 3,500.00—5-room house, all modern but heat and bath, on Cheyenne Ave. $ 4,250.00—6-room cottage, all modern. full basement, 50 foot lot on Walnut St. $ 4,750,00—6-room house, all modern, on International Ave. $ 5,000.00—^7-room house, all modern with hardwood floors, on Uni versity Ave. $ 6,500.00—New buntralow. all modern with hardwood' floors, on Cheyenne Ave. $ 6,500.0—7-room house, all modeHi. on Belmont Ave. $ 1,650.00—4-room house, electric lhrhts and city water, on S. 3rd St.j $ 8,000.00—New 6-room, all modern house, in Riverside Park. $11,000.00—Njw 7-room house, all mod ern, op Belmont Ave. W. H. Kekey —FOR SALE— Owaer By Six-room cottsge. barn arid garage. Place well fenced, "good shade trees. Can be bought w.ith or without furniture. Snap for quick sale. Terms, part cash, balance nronthly. One block -from school. Can give im mediate possession. 1224 lone Ave. N—7 f-'' SELL SECOND HAND stoves. A. F. S?have. Phone 621-J. rv wtrBu furnltuj^ ul stoves ONE COUCH *R Mkae Are. 1811 CHEY FOR SALE— 5-ROOM HOUSE, 75 FOOT lot Modern but heat. Clcise in. North side. $2,700 easy terms. Write, 840 Herald. JOHN C. BOE CO.. REAL ESTATE Home of Homes Since 1905. No Trouble Aboi^t Titles TW6.ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE— Cheap, if taken at once. Inquire of owner, 515 Fen ton Ave» FOR SALE, REASONABLE.' -SMALL house, nil modern. University Ave. Phone 2216W. HOUSES AND LOT8. TOO LOW TO AD vertise. A. a. Peterson. 305 Sec. Bldg. 9-ROOM HOUSE—GOOD CONDITION modern but heat, ill Cottonwood. 5-ROOM COTTAGE FOR SALE—MQD ern but heat. 820 University 7-ftOOM modern HOUSE FOR 116 N. 6th St. SALE—ALL HOUSES FOR R^NT -1 '^a- FOR" RENT—MODERN 5-ROOM HOUSE South' -En9.'fosresslrn March 1st. Pent?! +3r T. nn A Co. «Oi)»K XNlSHlNG ind your dims tor developing, orintiag. T7 LIVK'STOCK' T" MAMMOTH BRONZE" TOMS FOR SALE" 7f O. McMurray, Bdinare, N. D. FINE HEREFORD BULl/— PRICED right. John Kennier, Emerado. It MILCH CO«rS FbK' SALK. JOHN Morin, Forest River, N tf-iliiK •ti-y.^,^iii'rf^'fflriiji^iir.Ti-«iJ1iiTi1Si'h«t?tHri^arf:H "'ii $ S & -X Picture Fanniw •v r~» GOM Mm ja. At I*. lA|, Cut the piotare on all four sides. Then carefully fold dotted line 1 In its entire length. Then dotted Mne 2 and so on. Fold each section under neath accurately. When completed turn over atid you'll f'nd a surprising LIVE STOCK DURCC GILTS. For sale at a bargain,'a choice lot of registered Duroc Jersey spring gilts. Bred to son of I Am a Great wonder. ''WILLIAM FLYNN Grand Forks VOR SALE—BARRED ROCK COCKER els ahd two whites. Phone 1618J. JOB PRINTING Order Your FROM THE LARGEST PLANT OF ITS KIND IN NORTH DA KOTA. AT A PRICE THAT IS ALWAYS FAIR TO ALL. The Grand Forks Herald Printers CAN SBRVE TOO BBTTKR TBie Forks ^n organization that Stands for Dependability, and Service, at a price that Is always fair to all. WE I^RINT MOST ANYTHING We suggest that you get ac qusinted with our "Somewhat Dlf ferent' Service. Do'lft Now? LOST ^ND FOUND LOST—BETWEEN SECURITY BUILD ing basement and Hllsabeck's restaur ant, pocketbook containing money. Finder return to Janitor, /.Security Building for reward. LOST—BLACK AND GOLD SASH. RE turn to Mrs. D. H. Hanson, 416 Wal nut. LOST—FRUIT "KNIFE. PEARL HAN dle. Return to Herald for reward. LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE Lot 35 feet front 100 feet deep, on Third street In Grand Forks city, main business section.' For information call at M. Cohen Fwr Store .104 SOUTH THIRD ST. SnSCULLANEOUS FOR RENT ACRE GARDEN, AND FENCED pasture to rent for summer. One block from end of car line at Lincoln Park. Call Booth at 200. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALB We have a car of fco: ra. on track at East Grand Forks. Price $35'per ton For two days only. Good heavy screening* always on hand. Farmers Co-ojperatiTe d. 1 \V ... if Mwrketinf Au'n. Phone 309 BABY CARRIAGE FOR mnUA^ jXVV tfS-J GRAND FORKS HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1981. PAGE ELEVEN MIBGEULANEOVS FOR SALE I N IT E O A Williston Underground Dry' Mine Coal. H. A. MELBYE 6S1 N. 5th Phone 1540 SPECIAL PRICE ON CLEANING A PRESSING 2 suits pressed for SI.00. Suits dry cleaned and pressed $1.35. ROYAL TAILOR & CLBANEK 666-J—Phone—666-J 121 DeMers Ave. WHITE BLOSSOM SWEET CLOVER— Choice cleaned scarified seed per lb. 12Hc, 1,000 lbs, or over, lie.- Sacks 40c each. O. J. Barnes'Co. SEE US FOR PRICES ON COAL. •TJUkJ wood, hay and feed. Hanson A Maves Ca^.E. G. Forks, Minn. Call 1462-W. FOR SALE LARGE hard coal stove. In go .1310 University Ave. Ph PENINSULAR ood condition, tone 696. IVORY REED BABY CARRIAGE IN good condition. Phone 1874W. 1717 University Ave. CALL THREE BURNER KEROSENE 1 STOVE with baking oven. $14. 212 N. 9th St. BED DAVENPORT FOR SALE—FRED Fandrie. See it ah Parovitg Store. MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS IN, THE RED RIVEU Valley in Minnesota. Rates reason- able. "Prepayment""prlvilegeB granted. MONEY TO LOAN, A. M. NASH, Clifford Bldr.. Grand Forks. N. D. OFFICES FOR RENT FOR OSTEOPATHY DR. Tel. g2W. O. NIMLOS Children taken care of by day, week or month. Phone 2581. Write 5R0 Herald. PHYSICIANS ANb SURGEON& DR. JOHN DUNCAN TAYLOR—'Office 'O "Kin ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM with lavatory. Suitable for two gen tlemen. 514 S. 5th St. NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM for rent. 13 Vt North 3rd. Will, be vacant March 1st. FU P.N I SHED SLEEPING ROOM. Close in. SIT Walnut St. $10 for one, $15 for two*. Phone 1925. I ONE UNFURNISHED LIGHT HOUSE- keeping room Herald Block. ZTOTXCB OP 31. for rent. Room 28, LARGE MODERN FURNISHED ROOM. 716 Chestnut. Phone 2186J. OFFICES. ROOMS, SINGLE OR, EN suite. Widlund Building. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT— 522 S. 4th. Phone 2045. -f ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. 1217 ternational Aye. SINGLE 1461 J. HOUSEKEEPING ed. 401 S. 3rd. MODERN 6th St. LARGE ncreh. East Grand Forks. IN- MODERN ROOM. PHONE ROOMS—FURNISH- ONE ALL MODERN ROOM FOR RENT. 610 Chestnut. ONE FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT 711 Belmont. ROOM—CLOSE IN. 314 N. ROOM WITH SLEEPING Bath in connection. 621 S. 4th. SHOE REPAIRING THE SHOE HOSPITAL. PARCEL POST paid one way. John Solland, 5th & De Mers, Grand Forks. N. D. SHOE REPAIRING DONE BY US IS the finest Send your shoes to us. Parcel post paid one way. Rand Bros. pvipp Pp.. Rena.tr T"*e«t. SITUATIONS WANTED a PYPPPT Wall Beard Work AND PANELING. ALSO OTHER Carpenter Work CALL 1315 UNIVERSITY AVE. OR PHONE 2521 EXPERIENCED FARMER, 33 MAR rjed, wants work on farm. Separate house, work for man only. Write full particulars. Fred Thoriston, 3014 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis. Minn. YOUNG MECHANIC ONE YEARS experience, high school graduate, sales ability, wishes position. Box 411, YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER DE slres position either temporary or per manent. Write, 844 Herald. MAN WITH FAMILY WANTS WORK on farm. Month or year. Otto Peter sen, Drayton, N. D. YOUNG MAN DESIRES city. Write 867 Herald. WORK IN! MEN FURNISHED FOR ALL KINDS S?"* lie^vv four h^r*.'. road plow. ef werk. Salvation Army. Phene 2861. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY: REED BABY CAR riace in good condition. Phone 1652.T. WANTED TO RENT By April 1st 5 OR 6 ROOM Unfurnished House wanted by responsible party. No children. House must Ibe modern but heat and cloae In, In North End. Permanent residence If aatis factory. Write at once to WANTED TO RENT OR CASH RI or wortc by acre about 320 acres 1 Honey ford. 'Write, Ml Herald. INT iear Ann. Arbor, Mich.- Michigan de- 8ALK AT 4lt! feated Purdue, 19 to IS. in western Griggs Ave. conference basketball. a srv mm 'Mr VOTZOE TO CBBBirOM. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, Dated February 28*h, A. D. 1921. NUP METHUS, Administrator of the Es tate of Ole Methus, also knpwn as Ole N. Mehus, Deceased. McINTYRE & BURTNESS, Attorneys for Administrator. First publication March 1. 1921. (March l-8-lF.-22.f KOTZCE TO CBE9XTOB8. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, BALS or XBT?.- In, See Sullivan Bros., 309 East Grand Codes of North Dakota for 191 Forks, Minn. and RENT. OFFICE SUITE nr ii "'escribed real estate situate in the rooms. Apply to First National Ba^k £ounty of Grand Forks, .State of North DR. E O NIMLOS Bids must be filed with the county auditbr sealed and endorsed "Bids for Purchase of Lots in Riverside rark." 317 NW. Not. Bank Bldg. PERSONAL Auditor and shall be sealed and endorsed "Proposal for Constructing a State High way, Federal Aid Project No. 51, Sec. A.) in Grand Forks County• 3. A certified check for 5% of the gross sum bid must accompany each proposal. 4. Contemplated work consists of 0.476 miles of surfaced road improve ment involving approximately 1,532.2 cu. Jrds. excavation Class R, 27,000 cu. yds. stas. Overhaul. 4,431.0 sq. yds. rein forced concrete or other surfacing and 334.7 cu. yds. gravel. 5. A $5.00 deposit fee will be required by the county auditor for each set of plans and specifications or each pro posal blank secured, which deposit will be returned when proposal is received by him. 6. Copies of the plans, specifications and proposal blanks may be obtained from the county auditor. Plans and specifications are on file in the office of the State Highway Commission at Bis marck, »North Dakota, and also in the office of the county auditor, where they may be seen for examination.. 7. All bidders fire invited fb be pres ent at the opening of the proposals. 8. The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals or to accept such as may be determined to be for the best in terests of the county and state and to waive technicalities. Dated Feb. 2a, 1921. (Signed) HANS ANDERSON. County Auditor. (March 1-8-15.) "h HC^r,ViV 'V" b. One 12 foot blade grader equipped with engine pole andiliitch and' steering apparatus complete. c. One elevating grader, equipped with various lengt: carriers, the mini mum length to be 16 ft. and the maxi mum 22 ft., also equipped with engine pole and hitch attachments and steering apparatus complete. d. Eight wheel scrapers, minimum capacity 12 cu. ft. e. Four fresnoes, minimum width five feet f. Two drag scrapers with runners. I minimum capacity five cu. ft. Contractor must submit type, de sign, rating, capacity and etc. of the par Ucular type of machine on which he presents proposals along with his pro posal. 6. All bidders are invited to be I present at the opening of bids, 7. The right is reserved to reject anv or all bids or proposals or -to accept suc.h as may be determined to be for the "best interests of the counts*. 8. In the event that the successful bidder fails to enter into contract with the couhty at the prices stipulated in his proposal within 10 daysVrom the date of opening of bids it is hereby agreed that the certified check accompanying the proposal will be forfeited to the County of Grand Forks, North Dakota. (Signed) HANS ANDERSON, County Auditor. Dated Feb. 23.'1921. (March 1-8-15.) BURLESO!? DENIES CHARGES. \y, •, 1 )ss. County of Grand Forks. In County Court In the matter of the estate of John O. Hall, deceasfd: Notice is hereby given by Luella Hall, I administratrix of the estate of John O. Hall, deceased, to the creditors of. and I all persons having claims against said QBORfli! titrfn u-rto AT 1 deceased,, to present them, with ttie kinds of wood delivered. Phone 2240. th N ?orat^d S months tion. of this notice. Dated February 26th. A. D. 1921. LUELLA HALL, aftcr thc flrst First publication March 1, 1921. (.March 1-S-1D-22.) Publica" Administratrix of the Es tate of John O.. Hall. mXAX. PSOF' accordance with Section 3274 of the by order of the Board of County Commissioners of Grand Forks County. North Dakota, notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be :'.'ceivod at the '..I office of the County Auditor of Grand Forks County. North Dakota, until 2 o'clock P. M. of the 22nd day of March, 1921, for the purchase of the following described real estate situate in the Grand Forks. 'i Dakota, to-wit: Junian Kend.il! is his name. He was a 1 14, 15 and 16, Block 9, Riverside connected with the engineering divi Park Addition to the City of Grand 1--. now 111 The Board of County Commissioners re- ment„' fndpay the ana nnnnr 'itseases. pared to cash at tho time of ap proval by the Board. Dated at Grand Forks, North Dakota, this 23rd day of February, 1921. 1 nerves the right to reject any and all bids. I The purchaser will be entitled to a Quit Claim Deed, signed by the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners "v»iu wi ^wuiuy v^uiiiiiii»siuu«:rr* vmtw and attested by the County Auditor, for fJNI||(T| QPHfJfH any and all title obtained bv Grand OtllUUL Forks County to the above described! CV6TCM ITCCTk IU over pirKt voft property by virtue of said Tax Judg- OI 01 tlVl UDLU ill ?i to sk /nd nHnSrv dVsea'U Purchaser must be prf- HANS ANDERSON", (SEAL) County Auditor. (March 1-8-15.) ZTOTICE TO CONTRACT0*8 Proposals for Road Building Machinery. foodstuffs furnished bv residents of 1. Proposals for road building ma- the district chinery and equipment will be received by the Board .of County Commissioners of Grand Forks County, North Dakota, at the Court House at Grand Forks,\ North Dakota, not later than 10 A. M., 'March 22. 1921, at which time and place they. will be publicly opened and read. 2. The proposals must be mailed to or otherwise deposited with the countv auditor and shall be sealed and endorsed! wd M. Bcntley, Chicago law student, "Proposals for Road Building Jlachin-: eni:sted in thc army for the war. he 1 1 tt#rCK 1*—"®tatJf* Washington, March 1.—«A "statls •1 affiliations had continued to influvnc^ postmaster appointments even after the executive order of Masch 31, 1017,* placing |them under civil service, was made today by Postmaster General Burleson. Of 2,103 postmasters appointed un der the new system, who had replied department Circular '. ,KV.'.'S VTT-TI 'IF&F •'M 'm rj*i 1 A North Dakota's Greatest Classified Section LEGAJ/ NOTICE ILLINOIS YOUTH IS NATHAN HALE OF WORLD WAR )ss. County of Grand Forks. In County Court the matter of the estate of Methus -«lso known as Ole N. Mehus, deceased: Notice Is hereby given by Nup Methun, administrator of the estate of Ole Methus, also known as Ole N. Mehus, de ceased, to the creditors of. and all per sons having claims against said de ceased, to present tH^ii, with the'neces sary vouchers, to the paid Nup Methus, administrator, at the office of Mclntyre A Burtnrss, Grand Forks, N. D., within six months after the first publication of this noticfe. «w Lieut. Oliver union Kendall. NOTICE TO COHTKACTOM. State Highway Construction. 1. Proposals for the construction of a stitte highway will be received by the economics State Highway Commission and Board 1 of County Commissioners at the "*ourt 1 f„_ 7 lunch if/e.ery pupil at House at Grand Forks. North Dakota.: takes.any ch:ld free of charge not later than two o'clock P. M„ March: regardless of whether its home is in AVhen the American Tied Cross dis covered an unmarked grave behind the lints once held by the kaiser's forces at Cantig-ny ail investigation was property of Grand Forks County by virtue of Tax Judgment E. EDGAR HODGE, OVER THE' £ertiflcates 605, 606 and 607 respec •Dacotah Pharmacy. Phone 651W. ?«SSblr' 6,l1919 an^ Pan Judsment ure at which it s:ood seven years figo, according to its sponsors. The latest enterprise of the school is the incorporation of the "Reidland School Free Lunch Association" owned and operated by the pupils un der the direction of three of the teach ers, who for purposes of organization are listed as officials. The associa tion has a capital stock of $1,000. Last summer the trestees purchased ten acres of land as a site for the new school building. On this land garden tracts have been set aside and in these the boys will raise garden stuff, pota toes and other vegetables needed for the lunches. A poultry flock will- bo maintained and $500 of the capital is to be invested in a registered and test ed dairy cow for furnishing milk. Whatever funds are available after the association gets started as a. capi talized affair will be invested in breed ing stock, according to AV. Alike Oli ver. an attorney, who is credited with being the guiding spirit in the work done in the distrkt during the last seven years. The vegetables raised in. the school, gardens are to be canned by members! of the Girls' Canning club, an Adjunct1. 1 of rhe home economics course, 'and' I which last year canned several liun-' I dred quarts as part of their course. I At present lunches are prepared from the district. Credit for thc project and its suc cess, is given largely to W. Mike Oli ver, well known in western Kentucky as an authority on drainage 1,-iw. CONDUCTED STRONG CAMPAIGN.. Washington. March J.—When wcnt thf:: gross bid must accompany each proposal pranc(. ...i.v, .he First division lier-im for tractors and a certified check *or ™. necame $250.00 must accompanv each proposal' Bentley. was wounded and camoi for road building machinery. home to conduct a single-handed re-! 4. Contemplated machinery— cruiting campaign in the south that a- One heavy road tractor the rating! has backed all previous exploits of the of which shall not be less than a 40' kind oft the map phorse power pull on the draw bar. in lock, stock and barrel th« whole 205 pounds of him. He got to- Thc sergeant conceived the idea of 'hiking'' through the Blue Ridge. mountains in search of good soldier material. He was at it eight months. When he wound up with a stay at Walter Reed hospital here to recover from the exhausting effects of the ex perience. 'he was shy 54 pounds in weight, had spent $2,000 of his own money, worn out seventeen pair of army shoes, been shot at by a sus picious moonshiner, but had enrolled 1.107 recruits, 1,004 of whom hod passed muster and arc now in tho army. Incidentally, the suspicious young moonshiner who took a crack at tho soldier with a rifle is one of the re cruits. Bentlcy talked it out with him over a nip of mountain dew and said he had turned a poor whiskey maker into a good soldier. A boy of seventeen recently stole $772,000 from, a bank. By the time that fellow is sixty he will be pulling down some comfortable sums, no doubt! LEGAL NOTICE. IOTXCI TO ousiroat. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, & body of an Ameri- lieutenant \v:is found. Oliver sion of the first troops that occupied the front trenches near Cantigny. Thc Americans had never assumed the offensive ami hearing some noise in "no man's land" Kendal! volunteered to investigate. He was captured by the Germans and upon his refusal to divulge any information was shot as a spy, the Nathan Hale of thc, world war. SOUTHERN COUNTY Paducah. Ky.. March 1.—McCrack en county has. in tho Reidland school located several miles from this city, what educators say is one of the most unique public school enterprises in the country. The school has seven teach ers, including kindergarten and home instructors: 175 pupils: $ $ I ft A 11 Ed- (V r» v& )ai County of Grand Fortes. In County Court. In the matter of the estate of John H. Urneaa dcrfiusil* Notice Is hereby given by John A. ox charges that party Urness, administrator of the estate of John. H. .Urness, deceased, to the credltora. it, and all pereoma having claims against said deceaaM, to present them, with the necessary vouchers, te the said John a Urates at Grand Forks, N. D.. within four months after the first publication of this notice. d^y «t February. 1981. ^OHN 10'a postofflce department circular s'±^ reeiue&tajg that they indicate th(MM S Arte eft^Jehn $n2u party amiiation, it was disclosed. he*. dSSA? said, that 1.013 were Democrats and First pubUeatlea o« Feb. •.tlMitSiS Si .1 Fi«»t pubUeaUea oj« Feb. (Feb. 8-ll-|t»-19.» ifl •i'