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BATHS
^'.'fipths, Swedish Massage, Ladies, Gentle
fflSnsn. Ernest Carlson. Hotel Dacotah.
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BUSINESS CHANCES
»f. B^ART BUSINESS—BIG PROFITS
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on. No upkeep expense. Be the
irst. .Complete outfit and all informa
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N. W. Natl. Bank Blk. Phone Ml
AROHITEOTS & ENGINEERS
"VANHORN and H1TTERBU8H"~~
Architects
Snceossors to W. J. Edwards.
Fourth St. Phone J16W
BERT D. KTSrfK, A. 'I. A
1 ARCHITECT.
First Nlt'l Bank Bldg. Phone SM
^""TOST^ELITIDE'REMER
mn^lSTX^^jxhitect^^^^^Se^^ldg.
AXTTOB
Save $100 to $300
A11 cars ln
splendid condition.
"TiH^K^ijjew- Ford tour., dem.,
S'lyiiii™.! starter ..........$ 400.00
ts Ittidt
490 Chevrolets, good shape. 195.00
17 Maxwell, good shape... 200.00
,JL. _.^ulck 4, roadster...,.'.... 276.00
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"90 18 Overla.nd roadster.. 300.00
1 flW'^SO 18 Overland touring... 350.00
•'«'^90 '18 Overland touring... 300.00
-fiVji«tA 20 Oakland Six touring... 585.00
il8 Buick 6, 5-pass 650.00
Studebaker Six 460.00
'4X8 7-pass..Case car....... 475.00
-18 8(-4 Overland 375.00
Have several good new and used
trucks, 1 and 2 ton. Will be sold
'is*,,
at
very che&p prices,
'fi Graad Forks Overland
,x Comparay
f-iM Grand Forks, N. D.
(iLtfM}
Heated Dead Storage
Minne
jdllSB SlG CAPITAL—FOR ANT
"f'.'ovilegltimate business. Request free
'S/'f'^opy "Quick Financing" ahowing'how
JcompanieB raise large capital by my
^"nJasily operated method. Cunning
'"Sm, Financial Specialist, $4 Grant
'S
lids Angeles. Cal.
it- r«OR SALE—MARINELLO SHOP IN
/i^fanJSraad Forks. ^Doing good business.
stand investigation. Prtco
I. Hart, Box 112, Bis
mwck -N. D.
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CHIROIHJDIHTB.
®P®R NBIXIE S. BAKER—OFFICE Sit
MfttuN. W. National Bank Bldg. Phone
CHIROPRACTORS
BAHUCE AND BAHUCE
q^lro»ractor»
Spricss Block
IU.
H. Tlsdalo—Chlrapractlce. Baths,
.^.assage. Electricity. Lady Attendant
'Security Block.
M. B. KEMP. CHIROPRACTOR.
W. Bank Bldg. Phono «»»W
DANCING
rr!(PRIVATE OR CLASS LESSONS,
s^i. (LRhodj^^ujclng^Studia^^hone^MS.
PriESSM AKTNG.
ESSMAKI^TO DONE AT HOME.
uiohable. 316 Chestnut St Phone
i^ur.'
3S8MAKING DPNE AT
ffi Reasonable, phone 2879.
HOME—
JtESSMAKING DONE—BT THE DAT.
fCall 8795-W.
m£i
FARM LANDS
tfOB -BALE—TWO -830 ACRE FARMS.
jOM -extra well improved. Near
^Hoople in potato belt Will forward
•photo of improvements. Write. O. W.
„hnaylff Crystal. N. D.
JCVRMHRS—FOR BRASS-TACK FACTS
SVabdut the best all-round progressive,
£1 'Irrigated district (U. S. project), write
4odaaV/-Farjn Bureau, Las Cruces,
K.S.
ACRE- FARM FOR CASH RENT.
Cal.1 or write Mrs. Kate Hunstiger,
1
Room 29. Herald block. .Grand Forks.
yt^TS FOR RENT.
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modern partly furnished^ flats
rooms. SIS DeMerSt E. Grand Forks.
ALL MODERN F&ATt
... quTrcfS. .J. Purcell.TPhon* »6»W.
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tONT FLAT—MORRISON HOTEL.
FOOT STBCIAIJSTS
'"Ingrtri
C6rSs abd Warts removed. Painless
treatment Arches in stock to. fit all
.feet. Over Drug Store, M.«M De*
i|efs A»s. Phone 1»90.
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wvam+enm]
[Fine Uphotstertng and Repslrla*, yur
nltuie and China Packing
tor
Ship-
pin*. N.W. Furnltttre Co/VPhoae tllW.
Th' argjnuent th*t a Idler nMds
an' offioo is a still better argyment
ho ain't competent fill one. We
saw a. picture tf th' home o' th! first
'woman's club th' other day, but what
we'd life t' see is a picture of a home
before th' first woman's club.
FURNITURE
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SECOND HAND FURNITURE, STOVES
Anything bought, sold, exchanged. Mc
Kenzle, 105 S. Third St. Pbose 10.
We call and repair furniture, upholster
ing and crating done at reasonable
prices. "Phone 2271-J. L. Brown.
WfE BUT, SELL NEW. SECOND HAND
furniture, stoves. N. W. Furnltuie
Co., 208 S. 3rd. Phone 211W.
WE feUT AND SELL SECOND HAND
furniture and stoves. A. F. Schave,
304 S. 3rd St. Phone 6J8J.
ONE LARGE BROWN GENUINE
leather rocker and one fumed oak
rocker. Phone 1625JT
ROUND OAK HEATBR FOR SALE—
Burns wood or coal. Phone 2996-W.
HEIiP—AGENTS.
AGENTS WANTED—SELL FORD
heater Every Ford owner wants one.
Apents* etling 10 to 26 daily.- Big
profit. Fastest selllns article in Amer.
ica today. Get busy. Sample $l.t0.
Sells $2.50. Order one. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money back after 10
days trial. Big selling season Is here.
Write for our proposition now. Ford
Heater Company, Waterloo/ Iowa.
NO DULL TIMES SELLING FOOD—
People must eat. Federal distribu
tors make big profits. $3,000.00
yearly and up. No capital or experi
ence needed. Guaranteed sales, un
sold goods can be returned. Tour
name on products builds your own
business repeat orders sure. Exclu
sive territory. Write, Federal Pure
Food /Co., Chicago.
HUSTLERS CAN SELL k»0 ALLAN
Allpurpose Coats between now and
New Tears.' Feinberg sold 48 in 9
days, Cahlll 18, 3 -days. Others do
ing as well. Clear $1200.09 to $1,
600.00 by Christmas. Write quick for
free selling outfit. Only 200 more
representatives, needed. Allan -Manu
facturing Co., Dept. 93, Louisville,
Kentucky.
AGENTS—BIG MONET TAKING ?R
ders overcoats, pants, blankets, direct
woolen .mill to wearer. Big values.'
Donahue tpade $198: first week.
Pinocd makes $200 weekly. This is
overcoat weather. Complete outfit
free. Taylor, Wells. 2740 N. Paulina,
Chicago.
300% PROFIT—MEN AND WOMEN
clearing hundreds weekly. New wash
ing compound. Wonderful seller. Big
'repeater. Nature's mightiest cleanser.
100 other uses. FPee sample. Mitchell,
1399 B.. 91st, Dept 520, Chicago.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED—TO HAN
die city trade f?r the genuine Watkins
Products. A real opportunity. ,Wrlte
for free sample and particulars. J.
R. Watkins Company, Dept. 70,
Winona, Minn.
AGENTS, SALESMEN, CREW MAN
agers. Make $1,000 before Xmas.
High grade combination shopping'bag.
New. Immense profits. Free cir
cular. Pelletler Mfg., 117 N. Dear
born, Chicago.
AGENJS—$300 PER MON"£H. SELL
ing children's bloomers and women's
silk and satin pettibockers. Sell on
sight every woman a prospect. Sam
ple free write for particulars. Piqua
Glove Company, Piqua, Ohio..
AGENTS—90c AN HOUR TO ADVER
tise and distribute samples to Con
sumer. Write quick for territory and
particulars. Albert Mills, Gen. Mgr.,
4796 American Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio.
AGENTS—SELL MEN'S DETACH
able fur collars can makevblg money.
Prices very. low. Free outfit ready.
Leeds Fur Collar Makers, 930 S.
Franklin, Chicago.
AGENTS—MEN AND WOMEN MAKE
$200.00 a month selling high quality
waterproof aprons. 100% profit .Free
circular. Pelletier Rubber Co., 117 N.
Dearborn, Chicago.
A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN—MAKE
numbers,
signs big
Wooster, O.
SALES AGENTS—CAN MAKE $io TO
$16 a- day selling Cresco new leather
utility bags and waterproof aprons.
Improved Mfg. Co., Dept. 187, Ash
land, Ohio.
AGENTS—MAKE $72 A WEEK BT
selling 4 average Cresco raincoats a
day. Outfit free. No deliveries. Im
proved Mfg. Co., Dept. 188, Aah
land, O.
INCREASE TQUR PROFITS SELLING
Soap, .Perfumes, Extracts* etc., as side
line. Lacassian Co., Dept 942, St.
Louis, Mo.
HELP—FEMALE
.WOMEN OR, MEN—COPTING LET
ters, -mailing circulars, etc., at home
aV or spare ''time. Big, weekly in
come tor honest, sincere person? ex
perience unnecessary. Splendid travel
ing positions also open. Commercial
Service Bureau, Dept 144. Isabella
Bldg.. Chicago.
WANTED IMMEDIATELT EXPBRI
enced hand embroiderers crocheters
hemstitchers. We furnish" materials,
paying liberally for making. Stamp
envelope brings particulars Under
'wood. Art G9ods Co- Portsmouth,
-Ohio.-
LADJEiS—$10 TO $60 WEEKLY SELL
lng sanitary specialty used by women.
Whole or part time. Dignified work.
No 1 experience,, Free particulars.
American -Rubber" Products Co. 608
Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. --.i
iTORSES WANTED BT CLASS A AC
credited* hospital giving three year
course. Uniforms furnished, alsq lib
eral allowance. For information, write
I. E. Gt*enwood. Supt. Garfield Park
.Hospital, fhicag},. 111.
WO«AN-i-^rBLli EtUCATHD, GOOD
appearance for'splendid salaried posi
tion representing well-known house.
Permanent,' dignified position with
large 'future. "Manager, -1$H Prairie
Ave.,, Chicago.
I.ADIEISt^SvDAII.T BASY SPARS!
time only. Selling waterproof aprons.
Guaranteed. No laundering. Experi
ence unnecessary. Sample free. Rallan
Mfg. Op., Dept 10S6, Baltimore Bldg.,
Chlcaco.
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HELP—FESI AliE
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LADIB&—WAVE TOUR
OWN
PHOTOp'nATS—5000 IDEAS NEEDED.
Wdrking girl paid $10,000 *for Ideas
she thought worthless. Details tree.
Write, Producers League, 248 St.
Louis.
TEACHERS SCIENCE, AGRICUL
tura manual training. All H. S. and
coljfege positions. Enroll now. Cllne
Teachers' Agcy., Columbia, Mo.
ALL TOUNG WOMEN ARK INVITED
to make the Toung Women's Chrirtlaa
Ass'n. their headquarters while lr the
city
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED ABOUT
40 or 45 years old. Easy place.
Write, 6TS Herald..
PANTRT GIRL WANTED. APPLT TO
chef, Frederickj hotel.
GIRL WANTED TO
farm. Phone 31-F-14.
MAN OR
Institute, Dept. 311-B, Rochester,
N.
T.
GOVERNMENT NEEDS RAILWAT
mail clerks, $133 to $192 month.
Write for free specimen. questions.
Columbus Institute. Columbus. Ohio.
WANTEJD—TO LEARN TO OPERATE
auto knitter. Phone 1324.
HELP—MALE
MBN^—$72.00 A WEEK TO SPECIAL
men to travel by automobile and In
troduce 300 camfle power coal-oil lamp
and lantern for farmers, dairymen,
hucksters, Gardners, contractors. We
furnish the auto. Sample free.
Thomas Mfg. Co., Fife 1134, Dayton,
Ohio.
BE A RAILWAY TRAFFIC INSPEC
tor $110 to $250 monthly, expenses
,paid after 3 months' spare-time study.
Splendid opportunities. Position guar
anteed or money refunded. Write for
free booklet. Stand. Husiness Train
ing Inst., Buffalo, N. t. E-309..
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS PAYING
$1,600 to $4,500. Auditors income tax,
railway mail .clerks. Kxami nations
H'*)n. Information fee. Federal
Auditors League, Room 294, Washing
ton, D. C.
FREE ELECTRICAL BOOK—TELLS
how to earn $12 to $30 a day. You
can learn at home and earn as you
learn. Write today. Chief Engineer,
1800 SunnyBide, Chicago.
FIREMEN, BRAKEMEN—BEGINNERS
$160 later $250 monthly (which posi
tion?). Write, Railway, c-o Herald.
JANITOk WANTED—AT WESTERN
Union about two hours work per day.
Select your own time.
HELP—SALESMEN.
THE AMERICAN ART WORKS. COS
hocton, Ohio, pioneers and leaders in
specialties the fastest growing
branch of the whole field of advert
tising—have attractive openings for
high-grade, experienced salesmen. We
manufacture and control exclusively a
complete line of copyrighted art cal
endars, commercial calendars, month
ly advertising service, and a wide
range of quick selling specialties ln
celluloid, leather, and paper. The ex
tensive- scope of our three lines com
bined info one assures steady and sub
stantial sales volume the full ye&r
around, Liberal commissions weekly
remittances.! Look up our rating in
Dun or Bradstreet, and write us di
rect, giving age, experience, and refer-,
ences first letter. The American Art
Works, Coshocton, Ohio.
SALESMEN WANTED—EXCELLENT
opportunity to connect with one of the
oldest and best known houses in the
calendar and advertising specialty in
dustry. Exclusive territory contracts
now being arranged for 1922. New
line of exclusive and copyrighted de
signs ln calendar, fans and blotters
ready in December .also leather goods
and complete line of specialties in
varioufT"materlals. Write for proposi
tion, giving reference and record of
sales ,experience. Also state territory
preferred^ Merchants Publishing 'Co.,
Kalamazoo, Mich.
SELL SOMETHING EVERYBODY
must have (read this line over again
and note that we said MUST). It is
unique, IT. S, protected article, a posi
tive necessity because
vof
.«. 1:
WORK ON
HELP—GENERAL
WOMAN
WANTED—SALART
$3fi full time, 75e an hour spare time,
selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer.
Experience unnecessary. International
Hosiery Mills, B-155. Norri^town, Pa.
$135 MONTH COMMENCE—RAILWAX
mail clerks. Many wanted. List
free. Write immediately. .Franklin
government
ruling, with yearly repeat exclusively
owned and controlled by us. If- you
are an order taker you should make
$20 to $30 a day if you are an am
bitious salesmen you will clear up
ward of $40 per day. lytost desirable,
connection with (future for those who
qualify. Jerome Laadt,- Pres., 8 S.
Dearborn St., Chicago.
SKAT SALESMEN SALESMEN
wanted, for Skat Paste soap, and other
products. Sell to grocery, drug, auto
and hardware trade. Excellent op
portunity to build up steady repeat
business. Prefer man with -car or
motorcycle with side car, although not
absolutely necessary. Salary £nd
commission. The Skat Company,
Hartford, Conn.
Palmer, 143,
7
'SIDE LINE
SALESMEN
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At once to sell new novelty to dealers,
the article sells Itself nothing heavy
or bulky, but hurry time Is money.
Write, 974 Herald.
SALESMEN-DISTRIBUTORS SELL
Simplex tall lights to dealers and car
.owners. Does not work on battery.
Retails $2.60. Big commission. Terrl
tory protected. Sutherland, 1456 First
Nat'l Bk. Bldg., Chicago.
CUTEBSUITS FOR CHILDR
Sweeping'country like wildfire.^' Notl
ing like 'em. No competition. Eve
general store buys.* Big commissions.
Write today. Cuteesuit Factories (6).
Cincinnati, O.
8 A E S N-DISTRIBUTQRS—:
County and state- rights for guarant
teed spark plug. Does not carbonise.
Drains oil.from firing points. ,Mlchl
gan Spark Plug Co. Detroit, Mich.
BIG PROFITS SELLING GOSLO AJJ
tomatlaJrear-piid safety signals. Every
motorist prospect. Retails $5.50.
Write'.-GoSlo Signal Company, 1243
West. 3rd .'Street, Cleveland, Ohio.''
SIDE LINE SALESMEN. EASY SELL
ing line work ptuits. Advertised. Light
'sanljples,.. Exclusive territory. Big
money maker. Daniel Boone Woolen
Mills, 1735, Dlveirsey, Chicago.
EXCLUSIVE^ blSTRIBUTiORS SEN
satlohal hew Talco kettle corn popper.
'. Name territory, -wanted. High class.
1 Big money, -for right man. Talbot
lIOTEljiS
Fiunily fcuropean Transient
.- Flneet Cafe in Northwest 'si
HOTEL DACOTAH ,'s
Commercial Headquarters
RoomsVljS^jip^^^^JRecenJly^mnroved
HOUSES FOR RENT
6-ROCfM POUSB—rFURNACE. BATH
room, electric light. Eighth Ave. C.
W. ROBS. 214 Securlty.iBuUdlng.
FOB SALE OR RENT—FIVE-ROOM
all modem house ln South End. Ad
dress, 996 Herald.
ALL MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT.
705 Oak St Call Mrs. H. H. Tuft
I 3 I
A.C*LStJf£' 4
&,. HORTH BAKOWfl W GREATEST ., NEWSPAPE9
HAIR,
or work for others. Instructions aa*
outfit $5.00. Salespeople wanted
ev««ywh4r* ChlcA® Permanent Wave
•Co., 716 Baltlmore'Bldg., Chicago.
E A E S O E I A Do
mestic science, supervisor of music.
Othqr secondary, grade, college posi
tions. Cllne Teachers' Agency, Co
lumbia, Mo.
GOOD HOMES FOR RENT—JOHN
HOUSES FOR SALE
Watclr Grand Forks Grow.
FOR RENT
$16.00—4 rooms, city wfi,ter free and
sewer, on International Ave.
15.00—4-room fiat, city water free and
sewer, on North 8th St.
60.00—7-room all modern house, on
North 7th St.
35.00—6-room house, all modern but
heat, with double garage, von
Euclid Ave.
3t).00—6-room house, all modern but
heat, on North 9th St.
15.00—Small store on DeMers Ave.
60.00—7-room all furnished house, all
modem, on South 5 th St.
60.00—9-room all modern house, on
South FourtK St.
11.00—3-room house, on First Ave.
20.00—6-room: house on 7 th Ave., all
modern but heat.
FCR SALE
$^fc00.00—6-room house, all modern but
heat on North 9th St. Will
take auto ln trade.
8,800.00—7-room house, all modern but
heat, on Cottonwood St.
8,300.00—7-room house, all modern, on
University Ave.
8,300.00—9-room house, all modern, on
Vernon Ave. ,(l
12,000.00—8-room House, all modern, on
Vernon Ave.
10 acres of land near Fair Grounds.
W. H. jtCelsey
Six rooms and bath on Cotton
wood St. All modern but heat.
Three bedrooms one of which Is
downstairs. Lot 50 hy 140 ft.
Located in good neighborhood,
and only about one block from
school. Owner must sell im
mediately to save foreclosure,
and has therefore offered to sell
it for the low pr.iee of $2,500.00.
Terms, $000 cash with balance
at $30.00 per month.
TSse W©lb after Agemcy
FOR SALE—A REAL SNAP. 8-ROOM
house, all modern, city heat, good
basement, garage, corner 5th and Bel
mont. $3,500.00 with
V1921
taxes paid,
for quick sale. A. G. Schultheis.
HOUSE FOR SALE—AT BIG SACRI
flce. Owner left town. E. A. Flad
land.
9 ROOM ALL MODERN HOUSE IN 400
block, N. 9th. Hulteng'ft Co., 15 S. 4th.
GOOD HOMES FOR "SALE—JOHN C.
Boe Co/ Established 1905.
lii
KODAK FINISHING
Send your films for do* eloping, printing,
to HofPs Studio. Grand Forks. N." D.
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
Pure bred Duroc Jersey pigs of
Pathfinder breeding, either sex,
of April, farrow, sired by my
head' boar. Great Wonder Orion.
Price $40.00.
iriiyiim
Grand' Forks.
FOR SALE—POLAND CHINA BOAR,
registered, 20 month old, 60 in. long,
36 In. hight weight about 500 lbs.,
fair flesh, sweepstakes, prize winner
at county- fair, $80. Boars of May
farrow, sired by above $26. One 3
year old sow, bred for March farrow.
Good producer and mother $60. C.
B. Crary, Stanley, N. D.
SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN
cockerels, fancy and utility stock, spe
cial prices on orders placed in Novem
ber and December. WMte your wants.
Aurelia Poultry Farfe, Aurella, N. D.
FOR SALE CHEAP—A BUNCH OF
nice two-year-oiJ high grade Hol
s'eln heifers. They are bred from
my beat milking cows. Phone 31-F-8.
Jas. T. Sullivan. Mat Grand Forks.
FOR SALE REGISTERED HOL
steins, males and females, young
bulls »nd fresh cows, $100 to $300.
M. L. Enright, East Grand Forks.
Minn.
PURE BRED NARRAGANSETT TUR
keys, very fine birds, hens $4.00, toms
$5.00, Mrs. A. D. Whisler, 6 miles
south of University. Phone 62-F-20.
FOR'SALE—TWO BIG TYPE POLAND
China spring boars. Pedigree fur
nished. Oscar Carlson, Honeyford,
N. D.
FOR SALE—A FEW BRONZE TOMS,
$5.00 if taken soon. Owl T. Carlson,
Honeyford, N. D.
i
ONE REGISTERED BOAR FOR'SALE.
April farrowed. Tolleson Bros. Phone
2554-W.
LOST AND FOUND
IJOBE AlJrD SIDE CURTAIN TAKEN
from Fdrd car at Lakota. Party who
took these is known an will avoid
criminal prosecution "oy returning
them to the Grapd Forks Herald im
mediately.
WILL THE PAR+Y IN A FORD CAR
who picked up a kodak on 3rd St. and'
CqnlWn Ave. Sunday noon be kind
enough to return it to Barker Bakery.
GOLD RING—WITH OPAL, DIAMOND
and emerald settings)—-Finder call
1399-W for reward.
LOST OR STRAYED—SIRE. MAY BE
had by paying for ad and care. Arley
Aslakaon, R. No. 1.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—MODERN STORE EAST
Side, very reasonable, can take
possession on short notice. Address,
-971 Herald.
SUITE OF "3 ROOMS AND VAULT.
Third floor. Security Building. C. W.
Ross, .Room 214.
FOR RENT—WAREHOUSE, 50x140, ON
1st Ave and Walnut Call 7. Geo, E.
Duis Co.
-STORE BUILDING FOR RENT—319
DeMers rAvo., East Grand Forks. See
SuUlvan Bros.
GARAGE. FOR RENT, ONE OR TWO
care. 1116 University. Phone 1428W.
GARAGE—AT REAR OF 112 COTTON
wood St. Reasonable. Call 2553-J.
GARAGE FOR RENT
Phonet1106.
TWO GARAGES
758-J
GARAGE FOR RENT.
Ave,
Herald, v.
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GRAND IFORkS HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 192t
3Fot1fci0r/Jteralfc
HOUSES FOR RENT
4 ROOMS DOWNSTAIRS IN A HOUSE.
$26. E. A. Fladland.
FURNISHED HOUSE
•Phone 8«1.
FOR RENT.
ALL MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE—O.
Barnes Co.
at
8CHURMIER
30c PER BUSHEL THIS WEEK
LEVANT ELEVATOR CO.
MANVEL, N. D.
LIGNITE-COAL
Willlston underground dry mine
coal. Special price.
Phone xsto. 681 N. 5tH
H. A.
Avoca Coal Co. E. J. Lovejoy, mgr. High
grade lignite coal. Willlston. N. D.
Prompt shipments any time of year.
CALL US FOR ALL KINDS OF
sawed and 4 ft. wood. Delivered.
Harson-Maves Co, Phone
1MIW.
FOUR HORSE POWER ENGINE AND
LIGNITE COAL, POTATOES, WOOD,
delivered. Ivor Stadheim, 1747J.
OIL. STOVE,
4th Ave.
TWO FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOMS
all modern home, board If desired.
Gentlemen only. 1S08 Univ. Phone 703.
FURNISHES? HOUSEKEEPING ROOM
and kitchenette. Responsible party.
No children. 314 N. 6th St.
FURNISHED ROOM—IN ALL MOD
ern house. Suitable for two. ^622
Cottonwood. Phone 2163.
FURNISHED ROOM AND GARAGE
at some place. 1119 University Ave.
Call phone 142fW.
FOR RENT—2 FURNISHED LIGHT
housekeeping rooms. Inquire at R.
Noy 10, 1% S. 3rd.
W
Martin grinder for sale. O. N. Knud
son, Larimore, N. D.
FOR. SALE—LARGE GAS STOVE, IN
perfect condition. $15. Nb. 2 Odd
Fellowrf Block.
WOOD SAWED AND DELIVERED—
Elm, basswood, ash and oak. Phone
2538.
CALL GEORGE HILER FOR ALL
kinds of wood delivered. Phone 2240.
FURNISHED ROOMS DOWN
stairs, for light housekeeping, til
Kittson.
CHEERFUL COMFORTABLE ROOM
in modern home. 412 S. 6th. Phone
2414-W.
LARGE "FRONT ROOM—FURNISHED,
steam heat 307 S. 3rd. Phone 1882.
3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeping^ Apply 501 Cottonwood.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT,
board if desired. Phone 1740W.
MODERN HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS—
430 corner Cheyenne and 6th.
FOR RENT 2
rooms. Close in.
FURNISHED
Cafl 1431-J.
ROOMS FOR
Phone 616.
-723 N. 3RD.
FOR RENT—CALL'
GARAGE AT 117 CHESTNUT. PHONE
1626J.
CFARAGE FOR
RENT—1315 UNIV.
CALL 1428W.
MISCKIiliANEOtJB FOB SALE.
ELECTRIC TABLE LAMP, FOR SALE
—Medium sise. Brass base. Rom
Silk shade, Price $6.00. Write, 999
CHOICfe PRAIRIE HAf. MILLET
hay, loose. Corn fodder wltl\ qr with
out corn, bound. Delivered. Phone
2916W.
•Sf&SK
:A'v
u.
WASHING
Call 179-W.
FOR SALE—HAND
chine and wringer.
HOUSEKEEPING
Call 2879.
ALL MODERN FURNISHED ROOM—
702 Belmont. Phone 964-J.
MODERN FURNISHED ROOM DOWN
stalrs. 411 Gertrude. 989J.
2 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROdMS.
All modern. 'Phone 2452W.
TWO UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
ing rooms. 317 N. 8th St.
WARM COMFORTABLE ROOM—
Close In. Phone 237.
FURNISHED HOUSEK EEPING
rooms. 401 S.-'drd.
SMALL SUIT OF ROOMS—HALL HO
tel. 311 S. 3rd.
2 MODERN FURNISHED
Phone 1281-W.
"ft
*i«"W.f3r
4*?
MISCEJJLANEOUH FOR SAIJE
FOB KALE
SEED OATS
afekie
MA-
TWO LARGE SEL^ FEEDERS, NEAR
ly new. Cheap. 622 7th Ave.
DUST PROOF ASH SIFTER. KERO
sene ran?e. Phone 1882.
GOOD AS NEW. '701
PHYSICIANS AND SUUUEONS
DRTJOHN DTJNCAN TAYLOR—Offle»
over First Nat'l. Bank. Special atten
tlon to skin and urinary diseasea
OSTLSOI-ATBr- 1
DR. B7 a^NIMLOS
Tel. 542W 317 NW. Nat Bank Bldg.
DR. E. EDGAR HODGE, OVER THE
crmany. Phone 051W.
PLEATING
PLEATING ALL STYLES. ALL
sizes iccordlon, knife or box for
skirts, tunics and rullies. The Pan
torium. Graiid Forke. N. D.
PLEATING
ACCORDION. BOX AND KNIFE
Specialty Shop. 811 N. »rd.
PERSONAL
Children taken care of by day, week or
month. Price $15 per month- Call
at 1819 University Ave.
CHILDREN TAKEN CARE OF—KIND,
personal attention. 1114 Dakota Ave.
BABIES AND CHILDREN BOARDED—
At 191B University Ave.
ROOM AND BOARD.
BOARD AND ROOM—FOR TWO.
Phone 1207-J or 511 North 4th St.
ROOMS FUR KENT
ROOMS-
ROOM. FOR RENT—
RENT CLOSE IN.
NICE CLEAN ROOMS.
Hotel.
ALL MODERN
2029-W.
MODERN ROOM
5th.
50c UP. CITY
ROOMS AT,214 COTTONWOOD.
1914-J.
CALL
ROOM—CLOSE IN,
FOR RENT—108 N.
SHOE REPAIRING
FOR FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
tyy the Busy Bee. We employ ex
perts to do the work. Our prices are
reasonable. Parcel post paid one way.
Tfce Busy Bee Shoe Shop,"307 DeMers
Ave., Grand Fork's, N. D.
THE SHOE HOSPITAL—MOST MOD
ern shor. repair shop in Grand Forks.
Parcel post paid one way. Quick" serv
ice. John Sol!and, Prop., Cor. 5th and
DeMers Ave,, Grand'Forks, N. Dak.
FIRST CLASS WORK AND SERVICE
Send your shoes to Service Shoe Shop.
Post paid one way. Nelseh and Melby.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
IS years experience. A-l rsterence
Write «70 Herald.
SITUATIONS WANTED
POSITION WANTED GARAGE OR
Implement company. Capable of
handling accounts. Sales experience.
References Write, 676 Herald.
COMPETENT YOUNG MAft DESIRlES
position as bookkeeper-stenographer.
Excellent references. Albert- Mossier,
321 11th St. N., Fargo, N. D.
WORK BT ALL AROUND MECHANIC.
Grand Forks citizen. Reasonable
wages. Write, 669 Heral^V
E E I E N E S E N O A E
wishes temporary position during De
cember. Call 627-J.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER DE
sires* position. Prefer bank. Write,
668 Herald.
EXPERIENCED MAN WANTS PLACE
on farm for winter. Write,
Herald.
HAVE CASH BUYER FOR ALL MOD
ern bungalow. Must be up-to-date.
South End. D. Spence, Room 8 Clif
-ford Annex. Phone 819-J.
WANTED—TO HEAR FROM OWNER
of good farm for- sale." State cash
price, full particulars.' D. F. Bush,
Minneapolis, Minn.
SAXAPHONE BARITONE WANTED—
Will trade for new typewriter. Write
to E. P. Schllcht, York, N. D.
of land for sale,
win, Wisconsin
WANX-, FORD COUPE, 1920 OR 1921,
cheap for cash, state price. Box 208,
Minto, N. L.
Army Eleven Falls
Before Naval Attack
(Continued from Page 9.)
the Army's goal line. On the second
plunge Conroy went over for a touch
down. King kicked the goal.
Score—Navy 7, Army 0.
Ward kicked off for the Army,
Barchet catching on the Navy's 10
yard line and running the ball back
.to midfield before he was stopped.
Three line plunges made it first down
for the Navy. Held on the Army's
20-yarJ, King, dropped back for
field goal, but the pass was'fumbled
at the start and went to the Army on
the latter's 21-yard line as a first
down. Here the semnd period end
ed.
Score—Navy 7, Army ft.
Third Quarter.
At the beginning
pi
••v.^1
dropped as he
caught the punt.
Wiedon injured his knee and was
replaced by Bolles at left tackle.
Noyes also replaced Conroy at quar
terback for the Navy. West Point
could make no impression on the
naval academy line and was forced to
punt, the ball being declared dead on
the Middies' 39-yard line.
On the first lineup Barchet made
16 yards in a drive off tackle, but the
Navy was holding and was penalized
15 yards. The Middle then punted
to the Army's 30-yard line. After
Wood punted' the Navy was penalised
five yards, 'the ball going back to the
Army as the result of the penalty.
Army was forced to punt, the ball
going to Barchet, who was downed on
the Middies' 40-yard line. Steady
line plunging gave the Navy another
first down at midfield, where Dodd
replaced Richards. On the second
scrimmage Noyes fumbled, ,the ball
going to the Army on their own 40
yard line.
1
Passes Fail.
The Army resorted to forvrord
passes without success, and Wood
punted out of bounds. The play was
dtlled back, however, as the result of
offside play on the part of the navy,
and the West Pointers resumed their
attack from a first down at midfield.
At this point the rain and mist and the
mud-smeared players made it almost
impossible to distinguish between the
two teams. Time was constantly ta
ken out while the players, using a
towel., wiped mud off the balL or their
hands and faces. Forward passes hav
ing failed the Army, Wood punted
over the Middies' goal line and Anna
polis put'the ball on it§ own 20-yard
line. Running on the slippery turf
made long gains impossible, an#
Barchet punted from his 10-yard line
to the Navy's 42-yard line. Here the
third period ended.
Score—Navy 7. Army 0.
Fourth Quarter.
When play was resumed it was
Army's first down on Navy's 38-yard
line. A drive into Navy's left wing
resulted in a fumble, the ball going to
the Middies on their own 8 6-yard line.
.ty and two ineffectual line plunges,
Baaxhet broke loose around the Ar
ifiy's right and made it first down on
the soldiers' 40-yard mark.
Here the Army held and Barchet
punted to Army's 20-yeard line. The
Nayy line wae adamant and Wood
was forced to punt. The ball rolled
out of bounds on the Navy's 30-yard
line.
SEND TOUR SHOES BT PARCEL POST could be stopped. Three smashing
to Smith's Shoe Shop, 25 S. 4th St, line draves .gave the Army a first
•rtranrt Fork- for flr-t
After two ineffectual line plunges.!
a a re a a
right halfback for' the Navy. McKee
punted, on the next lineup to Army's
85-yard line. After French had made.
9 yards on one dash the Navy held,
and Wood punted, the ball going to
the Atmy on the latter's 34-yard iine.
down on
1
Position Wanteds
Registered Pharmacist
Hamilton Goes In. 1
Here iHamilton replaced Cruise at'
fullback for the Navy. The Navy was
forced to punt, French catching on
his 40-yard line and running back to
midfield before he was stopped. On
the first lineup French broke through
the right, side of the Navy lins and,
twice reversing his direction, ran to
the Sailors' 23-yard line* before he
Navy's 8-yard line. After a
plunge, whl6h failed'to gain, French
tossed a forward pass which was in
tercepted by a Navy backfield man.:
The Middies but the ball in play on
their own 10-yard line and ln the first'
scrimmage were penalized 5 yards for)
offside play.
The Navy could not gain and was
forced to punt, the ball going to the
Army on the Navy's 30-yard line. Be
fore the teatau could line up again
the game ended. & 1
Final Score—Navy 7, Army 0^'
APE- Nt
North* Dakota's
Classified Section
t675
Painting, Calcimlning, Paperhanging,
Plastering, Brick work. Phone 2207.
HOUSEKEEP1 NG~PLA CE IN TOWN
or on farm. Write 677 Herald.
CHIMNEY AND FURNACE CLEANING
—j31d reliable. Phone 1588.
RUG AND CARPET WEAVING DON*
Write 649 Herald..
FOR CHIMNEY SWEEPING CALL
1241. C. Martin.
WANTE1 TO BUY.
HOUSE WANTED—FIVE HUNDRED
cash, easy payments, low rate of in
terest. Srate where located and what
yearly taxes amount to. G. A. T. c-o
Herald.
SOCIETY WPMAN^#»^
ASKS $50,000 FOR
msrwr^sx
the third peri-
or Army kicked off to Barchet on
the 10-yard line and the latter ran
the ball back 18 yards before he was
checked. Three drives into the Army
line gave the Sailors a first down on
their own 40-yard line. The Army
defense stiffened near midfield and
Barchet punted to Army's 25-yard
line, where French
was
Mrs. Henry Thompson White.
New York, Nov. 26.—Embatrrass
mont she claimed she suffered in &
I Bcoadway theater last month has' re
(suited in the filing of a $50,000 suit,
WANTED—TO HEAR FROM OWNER charging Blander, by Mrs. Katherlne
ti t, White, English motion picture actress,
against Frederick J. Dollinger, mana
ger of the Claremont theater.
O. K. Hawley, Bald-
Mrs. White, a daughter of a lady
in-waiting to the late Queen Victoria,
says Dollinger summoned her to hlSj
olBce after patrons are said to have
complained that she talked to two
men in the row in front of her.
The two men, according to papers
ln the action filed by Mrs. White's at
torney, was her cousin, H: S. Barter,
a former major in the British army,
and another friend. Mrs. White
claims she sat in the row behind therm
because the theater was crowded.
"The charge is ridiculous," Dol
linger said. "Nothing I said to Mrs.
White was slanderous. My attention
had been called to her by others in
the house."
District Court Term
At Red Lake Falls
Unnsaally Light
Red Lake Falls, Minn., Nor. 26.—
The November term of the Red LAke
county district court has proved a
light one, and .of the 18 cases schedul
ed only two have come to trial thus
far. Judge William Watts of Crooks
ton is presiding. The case of Peter
Nlmesgren vs. Charles and Sylvania
Patnode will be tried on ten ds^s no
tice, as well ap the case of J-. K. Evans
vs. Wm. G. Kienast, Jr., and Henry
Vatthauer, and the case of the Mer
chants State Bank vs. Ernest Guille
mette will be tried on 15 days notices.
Cases that were settled were those of
J. C. Wilkinson vs. Grant Trulock,
Thief River Grocery Co. vs. E. K.
Gjernes, and Carl E. Gjernes and In
dependent Harvester Co. vs. E. K.
Gjernes. Cases continued to the next
term of court were those of M. Skala
& Son vs. Arthur and Peter Laundry,
and C. W. Anderberg vs. Louisa Tru
deau. The jury in the case of George
W. Christie vs. Great Northern Rail
way Co. returned a verdict for th*
plaintiff.
The only criminal action to come
before the court thus far was that,
against Morras Antonier of Minneap
o'is, who appealed from a sentence ot
$£ and costs imposed on him in justice
court by Judge E. G. Buse, following
his arrest on a charge of speeding. A
jury in district court acquitted An
tonier, who had been arrested on a
complaint of C. D. Hall of Brooks fol
lowing a collision between their ears
on the Plummer road, Nov. 5.
This suit of M. A. Adams & Co. vs.
County of Red Lake for alleged
breach of contract will be tried by the
court during the latter part of Decem
ber. The plaintiffs were the original
successful bidders for the two con
crete bridges across the Badger creek
in. Terrebonne town, but the company
did not commence work within what
the county board deemed a reason
able time,, and the county board con
sequently' cancelled the contract and
let the work to the Minneapolis
Bridge Co., which completed the Job
{he past summer.
PERMIT TO ACQUIRE PIiAST.
Washington, Nov. 18.—A certificate
was issued today by which the Wis
consin Telephone company receives
interstate commerce commission per
mission to acquire the plant of the
Rock County Telephone company a£
Janesville, Wis., to operate as a part
of its system. State and local author
ities have consented to the step.
KILLED BY DYNAMITE.
MtfKinney, Texas. Nov. 28.—Robert
Steele, 55, is dead fronv injuries re
ceived when a dynamite cap exploded
_b_y ft his mouth. He had been blowing
out tree stumps and was clamping the
cap to the dwnamite fuse by means of
his teeth.
FORECLOSED
Minnesota Farms
For Sale
We are representing
one
tha
FM
ALLEGED SLANDER
1*|
si
large Loan
Companies, who have
authorized us to dispose
of a number
of
(jl
f'
St
'M
4
-4
'M
.fi"
Foreclosed
farms and pieces of wild
land at Foreclosure Prices
and easy terms. $500.00
down and up according to
improvements. Warranty
Deed will be given and
mortgage taken back Sbr
the balance for three to-
five years. This is an op
portunity to obtain a real
investment.
For further partkulaiv
address W. H. Frednick*
Thief River Falls, Minn.

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