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ACCOUNTANTS
RICHARD DOUGFKRTT CO.
Chartered Accountants
ARCHITECTS A ENMlWMMt,
""VANHOHN and
HITIBRBUSh"^"
Architects
Snccessors to W. J. Edwards. __
7% B. Fourth 6t. Phone WW
BERT D. KECK, A. I. A.
ARCHITECT. ...
First Nai'l Bank Bldg. Phone Ml
JOS. BELL DE RBMBR
Phone H70 Architect 8ec. Bldg.
BATHS
Baths, Swedish Massage, Ladies, Gentle
men.. Ernest Carlson. Hotel Dacotah.
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE BLACKSMITH SHOP
with complete line of equipment and
tools, large building with storage
room for cars and suitable living
rooms above. Reasonable terms.
Write, 704 Herald.
FOR SALE—MARINELLO SHOP IN
Grand Forks. Doing good business.
This will stand investigation. Price
$750. Write, B. I. Hart Box 119, Bis
marck, N.
FOR SALE—CONFECTIONERY, GOOD
location, good territory, good town,
county seat. Write, 707 Herald.
MOTION PICTURE BUSINESS FOR
rent. Act quick. Address p. O. Box
691, Grand Forks. N. D.
CHIROPRACTORS
BAHLKE AND
Iropracl
Massage. Electricity. Lady Attendant.
Security Block.
M. E. KEMP. CHIROPRACTOR.
N. W. Bank Bldg. Phone 609W
DANCING
PRIVATE OR "CLASS
Rhodes Dancing Studio.. Phone 2998.
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING DONE AT HOME.
Reasonable. Il Chestnut St Pbone
1659-W.
DRESSMAKING DONE—LADIE8' AND
men's suits repaired and pressed. 604
N. 5th.
EXCHANGES
NEW PLAYER PIAW^iroR SALE OR
trade for small house and l*t Write
711 Herald.
FARM ItANDS
FOR SAT^B—TWO ISO ACRE FARMS.
One extra well improved. Near
Hoeple in potato belt. Will forward
phftto of Improvements. Write. O. W.
Davis, Crystal. N D.
FLATS FOR RKNT.
4-ROOM FliAT FOR RENT—C. B. OIL
lesple. N. 3rd St.
FOOT STKjlftMSTB
DR. J. C. ANSON, FOOT SPECIALIST.
Tired, aching feet relieved Instantly.
Ingrowing aails and bunions treated.
Coras atd Warts removed. Painless
treatment Arches in stock to lit all
feet Over D^ug Store. 3rd and De
Men Ave. none 1830.
FURNITURE
FOR SALE—ONE BRASS BED, ONE
child's Simmons bed and stork floes
mattress, mattress and spring, one
Princess dresser, one Bmall rocking
chair, one Simplex Vacuum cleaner,
one nursery chair, one high ehalr, one
library table, one rocking horse, one
center table, one fumed oak pedestal.
Everything in very best condition.
Call at 408 DeMers Ave., or phone
1#»1, McElroy.
Fine Upholstering And RepslHng. Fur
niture and China' Packing for- Ship
ping. N.W. Furniture Co. Phone 311W.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE. STOVES
Anything bought, sold, exchanged. Me
Kentia, 10E 8. Tnlrd St Pttoce (tT
We call and
Ins
prices.
air furniture, upholster
4on«
lng and craflnV done at reasonable
It. Brow a
WE BUY. ^ELL NEW. SECOND HAND
furniture, stoves. N. W. Furniture
Phone 2371-J.
GO* 303 8. 3rd. Phme 311W
WB BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
furniture and stoves. 'A F. Behave^
304 a 3rd, 8t. Phone 6337.
MAHOGANY WRITING DESK IN FINE!
condition. Mrs. Tom Moore, 492 Ver
non Ave.
~y
BRASS BED AND BPRING—REASON,
able. Phone X6I6-W.
FURNITURE FOR SALE. 733 S. 4th.
HELP—-natfALX
'-.v
Wonderful Oppwiusity
•••v-" TV..-'"
For active energetic
EusiliieM Woman
1 Mutt have selling ability. Should
not make less than $60.00 a
.weak. Phone Mrs. McAdory,
•asfifc- Room 312, Daeotah Hotel for
appointment
COMPETENT MAID WANTED FOR
ft general housework. Mrs. C. C. Gow
ran, U$ Roeves,
GIRLr-FQR
Atniy
at
3751-J
•v!) A
Thf party tbit took th' alcohol from
Tipton Bud's thermometer is known
an* unless th* aune la returned prase*
cations 'in follor. A cornplMter makes
a dandy Fowl patch.
GUji kkAIj.
LIVE
SOUCITORS
WANTED.
MEN OR WOMEN
APPLY IN- PERSON AT ONCE.
POPPLER PIANO COMPANY,
GRAND FORKS, N. D.
*.••••
COOK WANTED—FOR SMA^L RES
taurant, one that can do pastry.
Winter Job If satisfactory. 3It per
week and room. Call No. 47, Michi
gan, N. D.
mM.W-MOT.il
Earn $1.00 to 35.00 a week selling
the Grand Forks Herald. We
want boys in every town where
we have no selllne agent. Send
in your name and address to
THE ORAN& FORKS HTgUTJ
Grand Forks, N. D.
EXPERIENCED
ii-
a""lr*
Chiropractor* Spriggs Block
BUTCHERS
WANTED. APPLY
•. SWIFT CO.
6th St and G. N. Tmek*.
HOTELS
Family European Transient
""asapfisasr*
Commercial Headquarters
Rooms 31.60 up Recently Improved
CITY HOTEL, /BOARD AND ROOM. $7.
Nice clean rooms. 50c and up.
HOUSES FOR RENT
6 ROOM HOUSE—SEWER, WATER
and lights. 626 3rd Ave. Inquire
716 3rd Ave.- "O. C. Anderson.
HOUSE FOR RENT-t-ON 3RD AVE
115. Inquire of R. J. Purcell. Phone
353t-W.
5-ktOOM
rent. All
4-F-20.
HOUSE AND
modern but
7-ROOM HOUSE—PARTLY FURNISH
ed. Close in. Call 8C6-W.
HOUSES FOR RENT,
land. Phone 6^2W.
E. A KLAD-
6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE —SOUTH
End. Call 18E3.
ALL MODERN 8-RO(f)M HOUSE—O. J,
Bkrnes' Co.
GOOD HOMES FOR RENT—JOHN C.
Boe Co.
HOUSES FOR SALE
Watch Grand Forks Grow
\FOR RENT
$ 35,00—Six-room house, all modern but
heat, double garage, on Euclid
Ave.
3100.00-aEjlght-room all modern house,
111 furnished, on South Sixth
St.
$ •0.00—'Ten-room house, all modern,
on South Fourth St.
.3 46.00—Furnished three-room flat, all
modern, on Minnesota Ave.
3 -60.00—Seven-room all modern house,
on N. 7 th St
3-15.00—All modern steam heated room
In Kelsey Block.
30.00—Six-room house, all modern but
heat, on North Ninth St.
3 42.00—Seven-room, all modern bouse,
on Chestnut St.
61.00—Elght-roota all modem house,
on Boulevard Ave.
3 35.00—Six-room house, all modern, on
Eighth Ave.
$ 12.00—Three-room house, on First
AVe.
FORSALB
$4,000.00—Seven-room house,' all mod
ern, hot water heat on Uni
versity Ave,
$4,006.00—Six-room house, all modern.
on South 4th St
$3,300.00—Eight-room house, all modern,
screened in sleeping porches,
on Vernon Ave.
$3,500.00—Six-room house, all modern
b|it heat, on N. »th St
W, H. HCeliey
5-ROOM HOUSE WITH ELECTRIC
lights, Just painted Inside and out One
ten barret and one forty-flve barrel
cistern and a barn in good condition:
.a mo large chicken correU With
3F
spring chickens also Ave 25 ft lots,
all c|ear. $l,t£o on terms and $1,600
cash. Ph»ne
JF61-W.
HOUSB
SALE—AT
to
BIG SACRI-
flce. Owner lefttowa. A Flad-
•"ft*""**?"*
DAKOTA'^
LIVESTOCK AND POCWRT.
PUREBRED MAMMOTH
turkeys for sale. Toms $8,
ham
O. A. Thq
FOR SALE—FRESH
Call 12S8-W.
BRONBE
....... Hens $4.
ipson. Park River, N D.
MILCH COWS.
LOOT AND FOUND
ROBE AND SIDE CURTAIN TAKEN
from Ford car at Lakota. Party who 1
took these is known an will avoidf
criminal prosecution Wy returning'
them to the Grand Forks Herald im
mediately.
LOST—PURE WHITE AKOORA CAT.'
Child's, pet. Reward. Brunswick
Hotel Phone 683-W.
FOUNJDf-FUR ROBE. IDENTIFY AT
Herald.
————MM
MtSOBtfMWEOfH FOR RKWT.
OARAGE FOR IU5NT, ONB OR~TWO
Cars. Ill# University. Phone 1428W.
GARAGE
FOR
Pbona 1106.
RENT—T28 N. 3RD.
OARAGE FOR RENT. CALL 1428W.
MISCEiajANEOUS FOR SAIiE.
.. UGN^TE COAL
Biacdc Beauty ligmite. Dry
Office Bhone- 286
Res. Phone 1467-.I
SNAP IF TAKEN AT ONCE—ONE 20
H. P. special electric Fairbanks oil
engine, one 15 H. P. Ditto, Type
standard. One 12 V4 KW generator, one
10 KW generator, one 100 cell Edison
battery, charging panel and rheostate,
S ammeters, 1 voltmeter.. Axel Peder
son, Alvacado, Minn,
COAL USERS—GET TOGETHER AND
order your lignite coal from the Kim
ball Coal Company, Noonan, North
Dakota. Prices $3.25 f. o. b. G. N.
and $3.45 f. o. b. 8oo.
FOR SALE NEW MINNEAPOXJS
iron stove and Mahdt bob sleds, wide
track. Will sell at factory price, f.
o. b. Cando, N. D. Write. Box BB,
Cando, N. D.
FOR SALE—HARD COAL HEATER,
self feeder, medium size, at 121 De­
Mers Ave., East Grand Forks, Minn.
Avoea Coal Co. E. J. Loveloy. mgr. High
grade lignite coal. Willlaton. N. 0.
Prompt shipments any time of year.
CALL US FOR ALL KINDS OF
sawed and 4 ft wood.' Delivered.
Hanson-Maves Co. Phone 1462W.
VICTOR PHONOGRAPH IN GOOD
condition with 40 records, for sale
cheap. Call 973.
CALL OEORGE HILER FOR ALL
kinds of wood: delivered. Phone 3240.
LIGNITE COAL, POTATOES. WOOD,
delivered'. Iver Stadheim, 1747J.
POTATOES DELIVERED TO
parts of the city. Call 475-W.
GOOD DRY WOOD
-Phone 2611-W.
ALB—HARD
Phone 1692
BATH 'FOR
heat Phone
OHN Q.
K»4K niiumxo
UVB KTOCK AMS rOOUVRT.
WB SAL*
ntct tiroi
#ala
FOR SA
for
iMMr. Gtlby,
W
Hoi.
from
cows. .Phone_$l-F-».
aatot Grand Forks.
OLD HOL-
Wouid trade
Chas. G. AV
JUBGLB HOUNDPUPS FOR
$10 each. wolf hound for
trade. Prank KHmt over St
COAL HEATER.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. JOHN DUNCAN" TAYLOR—Officii
over1 First Nat'l Bank. Special atten
tlon to skin and urinary diseases.
OSTEOPATH
DR. E. O. NIMLOS
Tel. 543W 317 NW. Nat Bank Bldg.
DR. E., EDGAR HOpGE, OVER THE
Dacotah Pharmacy. Plion* 81W.
PliEATtNQ
PLEATING
ACCORDION. BOX AND
Specialty Shop, 311 N. 3rd.
•si-M
I
FOR SALE
SCREENINGS-.
$6.00 per ton
FEE'lD? OATS
30 cents F. O. B. Manvel, N. D.
Levant Elevator Oo.
i-
ALL
FOR SALE—
FOR SALE. GAS RANGE, PRACTICAL
ly new. Phone S019W.
REED BABY BUGGY, FINfe CONDI
tion. $20. Pbone 1910W.
-J£
^xc
C. MELODY SAXOPHONE LIKE
new. 622 7th Ave.
FOR 8
KNIFE
Pleating, all Sizes Accordion, knife, bar.
The Pantorium, Grand Forks, N. D.
PERSONAL
Children taken care of by day, week or
month. Price $15 per month. Gall
at 1319 University Ave.
DRUMMER FOR SHEPHERD OF1 THE
Hills address wanted. Write, 710
^Herald.
BABIES AND CHILDREN BOARDED—
At 1315 University Ave
BOOM AND BOARD.
$7WEEK.
BOARD AND ROOM.
Second Ave.
Call phone 14S3W.
MODERN ROOMS FOR RENT—$18
per month." JtOt N. 3rd, Bast Grand
Forks. -V.
2 FURNISHED ROOMS DOWN
stalrs, for light housekeeping.. $11
KittWB. ,/
BURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. /^Downstairs. $18. 302 South
Fourth,
3 MODERN ROOMS FOR SLEEPING
or light housekeeping.. Phone 3145-W.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT BY
week or month. 415 Cedar St
AFTER DEC. 13. A FRONT SUITE OF
rooms. Hall hotel, 311 S. 3rd.
00 AND
FURNISHED ROOMS $».0i
$10.00 a mo. 710 Alpha Ave.
3~FARTLY FURNISHED HOUSEKBB*-
Ing rooms. 703 3rd Ave.
8 MODERN HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
400 N. 6th. Pbone 718.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS—PARTLY
furnished. 824 8..3rd.
ALL MODERN
70$ Belmont.
ROOM—-
ROOMS FOR RENT HIC A GO
Bakery. Phone
MO.
ROOM FOR RENT.
Call 61W.
STEAM fcEAt.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
N. 6tfe ..
tit
SLEEPING ftOOM—CLOSE IN. »14
N. 6th.
SHOlS RKCamiNU
TH® SHOE HOSPITAL—MOST MOO
are shoe repair ehep Tn Grandjftrta.
Parcel post paid one way. Quick serv-
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FORKS HERALD, SATURDAY, Pisw£MRER 10, 192.1.
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Cut the picture on aa tour sides.
Then carefully fold dotted line 1 In
its entire length. Then dotted line 2
and so on. Fold each section under
neath accurately. When completed
turn over and.'you'll find a .surprising
result Save the 'pictures.
SHOE REPAIRING
FOR FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
try the Busy* Bee. We employ ex
perts to do the work. OUr prices are
reasonable. Parcel post paid one way.
The' Busy Bee Shoe Shop, 307 DeMers
A\%„ Grand Forks. N. D.
SEND YOUR SHOES BY PARCEL POST
to Smith's Shoe Shop, SS 8. 4th St,
Grand FOHta, for rla«« repair!dg.
SITUATIONS WANTED
During" Christmas Vacation
by
UNIVERSITY MEN
or
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A.
Painting, Calclmlnlng, Paperhanging,
Plastering. Reasonable. Phone 2207.
CHIMNEY. AND FURNACE CLEANING
Old reliable. Phone 1657^.
RUG AND CARPET MATERIAL SEW
ed and woven. Address 705 Herald.
HOUSEKEEPING PLACE IN TOWN
or on farm. Write 708 Herald.
WANTED TO BUY
$6\
WANTED fO HEAR OF A GOOD Lo
cation for a restaurant* and confec
tionery business. Write 709 Herald.
WANTED TO BUY—MEAT MARKET.
Write, 706 Herald.
LEGAL NOTICES.
SAME OF mSDEZKlID FXiSBOBS
I will sell the following unredeemed
pledges according to law on Wednes
day, December 21st, 1921 at 10 o'clock
at my store in Grand Forks, North, Da
kota, 2302 watch, 2316 watch, 2319
watch, 2325 sheep8Kin coat, 2326 watch,
3345 watch, 2346 watch. 3347 grip, 2352
watch, 2363 watch, 2364 watch, 2358
watch, 2362 overcoat. 2365 watch, 23'59
overcoat, 2372 watch. 2378 coat, 2386
watch, 2388 rin? and chain. 2400 watch,
2415 watch, 2422 watch, 2440 suit, 2443
watch, 2445 old grip and tools, 2464 suit
case and BUit, 2468 suit case and suit,
446 watch. 2476 watch 2477 watch,
2492 chain and knife, 2493 watch, 2502
watch, 2S06 watch, 2512 watch, 2514
watch, 2516. diamond rlnir, 2519'.watch,
2523 suit 2527 watch, 2628' watch, 2630
watch, 2546 diamond stud, 2557 watch,
2552 watch, 2653 watch, 25fll diamond
ring, 2562 diamond ring, 2587 watch,
2602' watch, 2603 rimr, 2609 watch, 2621
2 kodak, 2622 watch, 2638 watch.
2647 watch, 2650 suit case arid suit, 2659
watch, 2662 lavaller and ring, 2667
watch, 2664 watch, 2665 watch, 2676
Corona typewriter. 2678 watch. 2679
watch, 2680 colt 25 N. 19124, 2684 watch.
2687 watch, 2690 watch. 3402 diamond
4ng.
Dated December 2. 1921.
CENTRA 1,1 LOAN OFFICE,
115 DeMers Ave.,
Grand Forks, N. D.
(Dec. 3-10-17.)
oatnvB ANB NOTICE FOB
P. Ostlle, deceased:
A. S. Blllnjrson as executor
"of the Last Will and
Testament of laurits P.
625
ROOMS WENT
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR
rent. All modern house. Close In.
Phone 392. 1^5 Cheatnyt.
FURNISHED ROOM AND GARAOfc
at same place. 1116 Uhlverslty Ave.
HEABDIO
RUL ACCOUNT OP EXBCTJTOK
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,
)ss.
County of Grand Forks.
In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Laurits
Ostlle. deceased Petitioner
vs.
Edith Spurrier, formerly
Edith Blelen, formerly
Edith Ostlle, Lloyd Clif
ford Ostlie. a minor,
Raymond Marvin Ostlie,
a minor, Merys Helen
Ostlie, a minor, J. D.
Runsvold as special guar
dian of Lloyd Clifford
Ostlie, Raymond Marvin
Ostlie and Mertis Helen
Ostlle, minors, Margaret
Bielen, a minor, A. O.
Traseton as special guar
dian of Manraret Rinlen.
minor, A. S. Ellinsson as
trustee under the Last
Will and Tes'ament of
lAurlts P. Ostlle, de
ceased, Alvin Harvoraon
as administrator of the
estate of Leonard Ostlle.
deceased," Bilma Thorson. y..,v
formerly Hilma Basrstad,
formerly Hilma Ostlie,
and all others interested
in said estate Respondents
The State of North Dakota to the-above
named Respondents, take notice:
That A. 8. Ellingson. as exeoutor of
the estate above mentioned has rendered
and, presented to the court -his final ac
count praying that a time be Ibced for
the settlement thereof and for the dis
tribution of the said estate and It ap
pearing to' the court that said estate la
ready for distribution
It Is ordered, that said account be
brought on before the court for settle
ment on the 20th day of January. 1932,
at ten o'clock A. M., at the office of the
county Judge in the court house in the
City of' Grand Forks and state afore
-That upon' confirmation and settle
ment of said final account the court
without, further notlee and at the time
and place above mentioned will .proceed
to a distribution and partition of said
estate to alt entitled thereto.
That all persons interested in said
estate be and they are hereby cited to
it,said time and place to s'.ow
Why
led and
4P£*ar ,v
cause ft any there be,
count 'should not be settle
estate distributed as prayed:
said ac
sald
And It I* further ordered, that notlee
of Mid hearing be given by service of
this order.on all persons interested In
said eatate'by Publishing the same* tor
the Grand
foui1 .In
successive weeks.
county.
Dated at the
above mMtjoni
cenjber, 191.
of the county oourt
tbis Sth day of De-
By the Court.
L. K. HASSHLti
Jndtfe of County Cowrt.
O'CONNOR A PETERSON.
Attemeye far Rxeoutoiv
?^^rec.oriti7^34-i.
NEWSPAPER
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MINNEAPOLIS.
MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKETS.
Closing Quotations.
*, Cash.
No. 1 dark nor., [email protected] 1.374
To arrive
To artive 1.241
2 dark northern, fancy. 1.2T81 @1.3
31
2 dark aortfeara. .. [email protected]
2 northern 1.211 @1.231
3 dark northern, fancy. 1.241 1.291
3 dark northern l,[email protected]
3 northern [email protected]
1 dark hard (Mont)... 1.261
To arrive 1.241
1 hard Montana 1.21J
To arrive 1.191
1 amber durum,.fancy.. 1.063 @1.07
To arrive .......1.03 [email protected]
1 amfeeir durum [email protected] .97J
To arrive '.891
1 dttooim 86119 .93J
To: arrive 841'
amber durum, fancy.. [email protected]|
2 amber durum
2 durum
2 yellow corn
3 yellow corn ..........
To arrive
To arrive
1 flaxseed
To arrive
GRAIN TABLE.
Wheat—
Open. High. Low.
Dec 1.22 1.22% 1.2194
May 1.22 1.22% 1.20%
@1.21*
is
r-.--.
Oati
Deo.
.45%
.48*
GRAIN RECEIPTS.
Minneapoi.s, .Due. 10.— heat re
ceipts 313 cars compared with 267
cars a year ago,
The Financial News, in an editorial,
compares the process of devaluation'
to Mark Twain's cigar limit, which he
never exceeded, meeting all tempta
tions to do so by the dimple expedient
of raising the limit.
LEGAL NOTICE.
State of North Dakota,
ifj
A.\ M.I
V.
1.2613*271
1 dark northern ...... 1.27|@1.311
To arrive 1251
1 northern .".... 1.26|@1.28|
.90
.84}
.411
.40
.40
.89 N
[email protected]
.3*4
.301
.281
.48
.42
.37
[email protected]
.791
1.81 @1.91
1.81 @1.91
4 yellow corn
2 white oats (Mont.)..
3 white oats
To arrive
4 white oats
Barley, choice
Barley, medium
Barley, lower grade....
2 rye
.95}
.911
A2
401
.311
.301.
.291
.51
.47
.41
.801
Close.!
1.21%
1.21%
1.18* 1.17* 1.18
.29* .29*
yo—
Dec 76%
May 82
Barley—
Dec.
May ^..
.29%
•Oil
.29%
•33%
•77%
.83
76%
.77^
.82%
.82
.45%
.48*
Flax-
Deb
May ....
.45%
.48
.45*
•43%
1.83%
1.86
1.85% 1.87 1.85%
POTATOES.
Minneapolis, Dec. '10.—(U. S. Bu
reau of Markets)—Potato light wire
inquiry, demand and' movement slow
market steady. Very few sales. No
change in Thursday's prices. Sand-.
land district carloads f. o. b. Minne-,
apolis and St. Paul rate sacked per I
cwt U. 8. No. 1 Round Whites 1.35 toi
1.45.
Red River Valley district carloads
f. o. b. Moorhead rate sacked per cwt
U. S. No. 1 Red River Ohios 1.15 to
1.20.
nxuR.
Minneapolis, Dec. 10.
changed shipments
Bran $18.OO02jO.OO.
-Flour un-
35,780 barrels.
/S8.
County of Grand Forks.
District Court, First Judicial District.
Home Oil Company, corporation. Plain
tiff,
Vs.
A. J. Truckenbrod. "Defendant.
SUMMONS
The State of North Dakota to the above
named Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to answer
the complaint in this action, and to
serve a copy of your answer upon the
subscriber within thirty days after the
service of this- summons upon you, ex
clusive of the day of such service and
In case of your failure to appear or
answer, judgment will be taken against
you by default for the relief demanded
the complaint.
Frank B. Feetham,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Grand Forks, N. D.
F. C. Massee,
Of Counsel,
East Grand Forks, Minn.
Notice Is hereby given that the sum
mons and complaint in the action above
entitled were duly /filed In the office of
the Clerk of the Distriot Court of Grand
Forks county. North Dakota, at the city
of Grand Forks, North Dakota, on the
31st day of Ausrust, 1921,
Frank B. Feetham,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
(Oot 29. Nov. 5-12-19-16, Dec. 3-10.)
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,
)S8.
Connty of Grand Forks.
In District Court—First Judicial Dis
trict.
In the matter ofvthe voluntary dissolu
tion of Elk Valley Fuming Com
pany, a corporation.
To whom It may concern:
Please take notlee that the directors
of the Elk Valley Farming Company, a
corporation, organised and existing un
der and by virtue of the laws of the
Rtate of North Dakota, with its office and
principal place of business at Larimore,
N, D., in conformity with, and under
and pursuant to the provisions of Sec
tion 4565 of the Compiled Laws of
North Dakota for 1913. have presented
to the above named court and the juipe
thereof their application In writing,
duly verified, praying the voluntary dis
solution of saJd corporation, and the
order of said court and the judge there
of having been made directing that such
application be filed, and that the under
signed give IS days-notice of such ap
plication, and such application having
been filed accordingly.
Now therefore, notice is hereby gtven.
that anyone interested may prepare and
file objections to such application with
the undersigned at any time on or be
fore January 3rd, 1922. and If no obloc
tions are filed within the time aforesaid
such application, will be heard and de
termined without further notice on
January 4th, 1922,. and if objections are
flled. such applications will be heard and
detrrrpfned at some time later than
January 4tb, 1922, upon five days
written notice to the persons filing such
objections.
Dated at Grand ForVa, N, D., this JRtli
fs&AL) "1'
W1
M. W. SPAULmNO,
ClerV of the District Court
In and for Grand Fork*
4 County. North Dakota.
Grand Ffcrke, N. D.
Nw 86: Dee, 3.T0-17-34-I1.)
Minneapolis, Deo. $.—Potato light
wire inquiry, demahd and movement
"Wkw jmi Vary fow «a!es.
•Midland district carloads f. o. b. Bt.
Paul and Minneapolis rata, saoked,
par cwt. U. S. No. rouad whltee $1-36
1.46. Re« Rivar valley district car
loads f, o. b, Moorhead rata, saoked

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NEW YORK.
STOCKS.
New York,
JDOC.
Bonds were fairly active but
changes in leading issues were mod
erate.
The week end session of the stock
market opened with mixed gains and
losses among leaders. Chandler
Motor rallied 1 1-2 points from its
recent depression, while' Corn Pro
ducts, yesterday's strongest feature,
reacted one point. Foreign oils,
notably General Asphalt and Royal
Dutch, and Pittsburgh Coal continued
to. strengthen on further accumula
tions. St. Paul, preferred, Pere
Marquette, Mid Valley Steel and Col
umbia Graphophone, preferred, eased
moderately under pressure. Foreign
exchange developed further strength,
'the British rates mounting to highest
quotations \n the last two years.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
New York, Dec. 10.—Foreign ex
change strong Great Britain demand
4.13 5-8 cables 4.14 1-8 60 day bills
on banks 4.10 5-8.
France demand 7.82 cables
7.82 1-2.
German demand 54 cables 64 1-2.
Norway demand 14.60 Sweden de
mand 24.20.
Montreal 91 13-16.
COTTON.
New York, Dec. 10.—!otton futures
closed steady Dec., 17.91 January,
17 7" March, 17.70 May, 17.50 July,
17.60.
BANK CONDITIONS.
New York. Dec. 10.—The actual
condition of clearing house banks and
trust companies for the week shows
that they hold $10,283,010 reserve in
excess of legal requirements. .This is.
a decrease of $7,704,790 from last
week.
PRODUCES.
New York. Dec. 10.—Butter, flrtner
receipts 11,688 creamery higher than
extras 46 1-4 47 creamery extras 92
score 4f 1-2946 creamery firsts 88 to
91 score 38 @44 1-2.
Cheese, steady receipts 1,513 state
whole milk flats fresh specials 21 @22
do average run [email protected] 1-2 state
whole milk fresh twins specials 21
22 do average run 20 @20 1-2.
Live poultry not quoted dressed
poultry steady and unchanged.
Eggs, unsettled receipts 10,644
fresh gathered extra firsts 62 @65 do
firsts 55 @60.
DUIiUTH.
GRAIN REcffifPTS.
Duluth, Minn., Dec. 10.—Elevator
receipts -domestic grain: Wheat. 179,
1 hushPls: corn, 49,400 bushels
oats, 13,300 bushels rye, 31,100 fiax,
15,100.
Shipments: Wheat, 150,800 bush
els rye. 122,800 flax, 124,000.
Duluth car inspection: Wheat—
No. 1 and 2 dark northern and No. 1
and 2 northern, 1 No. 3 dark north
ern and No. 3 northern. 1 other
spring, 3 No. 1 and 2 amber durum
and No. 1 and 2 durum, 21 No. 8
amber durum and No. 3 durum, 10
other durum, 30 mixed, 24 smutty
mixed, 1. AH wheat, 9.1. Flax, 9
corn, 37 oats, 4 rye, 19 barley, 2.
All grains, 162. On track* not given.
Closing cash prices: Wheat No. 1
dark northern 1.26'1-2 to 1.34 1-2
No. 2 dark northern 1.19 1-2 to 1.27
1-2 No.
3
sjc-
10.—Stocks were
heimant at the outset of ^today's briei
grading, but soon strcEsthened on a
broadening demand for coppers,
equiijmtn and oils. Among the fa
vorable factors of the session was the
buoyant tone of foreigrn exchange, re
flecting more helpful European con
ditions. Gains in leading shares were
extended from 1 to 3 points. Motors,
shippings and numerous unclassified
stocks as well as rubbers, tobaccos
and food specialties rose 1 to 2 points.
Rails were the only representative Is
sues to lag, recording only nominal
changes. The close was strong. Safes
approximated 450(000 shares.
May ..
July ..
Corn
May ....
July
dark northern 1.11 1-2 to
1.24 1-2 No. 1 amber durum blank
No. 1 amber arrive 95 3-4 No. 2 am
ber durum 98 3-4 to '1.00 3-4 No. 2
amber arrive 99/3-4 No. 1 durum 93
3-4 No. 2 durum 91 3-4 No. 1 mixed
durum 93 3-4 to 99 3-4 No. 1 mixed
arrive 91 3-4 No. 2 mixed durum 91
3-4 to 97 3-4 No. 2 mixed arrive 89
3-4 No. 1 red durum 92 1-4.
Flax seed on track 1.89 1-2 arrive
1.89 1-2 December 1.87 1-2 bid Jan
uary '1.87 1-2 bid May 1.89 1-2 ask
ed July 1.9Q 1-2 nominal.
Oats No. 3 white track and arrive
21 1-4 to 82 1-4.
No. 1 rye track and arrive 81 1-2.
Barley choice to faiiby 47 to 55
medium to good 42 to 64 lower
grades 33 to 41.
Corn Nor* 2 mixed 45 1-2 No. 2 yel
low 48.
GRAIN.
Duluth, Minn., Dcc. 10.—Wheat
market was moderately easier today
as a result of quiet eastern and export
inquiry, with buyers disposed to await
developments in the foreign market
ing situation.
December wheat closed unchanged
at $1.27 nominally and May un
changed at $1.25 nominally.
Decem­|10c
ber durum closed 1-2 cent up at
13'3-4 asked May unhanged at 97%
bid and July 3-4 cents off at 97 3-4
asked.
Snot rye closed 1-4 cent up at 81
December 1 cent up at 80 bid and May
1-4 up at 81 1-2. Oats closed 1-4
cent off at 31 [email protected] 1-4 barley un
changed at [email protected] No. 2 yellow corn
1-4 cent off at 46, and No. 2 mixed
corn 1-2 cent off at '46 1-2.
Flaxseed market continued its up
turn with good bidding attributed to
crushers again In evidence. December
fiax closed 2 1-2 up at $1.87 1-2 bid
January 2 1-2 cents up at 87 1-2 bid
May 2 cents up at $1.19 1-2 asked,
and July 1-4 cants up at $1.10 1-2
nominally.
1 GRAND FORKS MARKETS.
NocUwra Wheat.
STo.
No.
No.
No.
.Ho.
No.
1 dark northern, 58 lb...
9 dark northern, 67 lb...
3 dark northern, 66 lb...
3 dark northern. 66 lb—
4 dark norshern. 64 lb...
4 dark northern. 53 lb...
..$1.17
.. 1.12
.. 1.07
.. 1.02
.. .89
.. .94
North' si-fli*
No.
Mo.
1 northern aprlnsr. 68 lb..
2 northern spring, 57 lb...
Amfcer T«rum Wheat.
•«.e..%.
.»»«• m*
Nfo.
No.
tto-
POTATOES -.
.$1.15
149
1
.78
.74
.18
Rjro.
No.
54 .1^0*
flax.
No.
Nci
t*ar QhH*
.#$
«IM1
Ill
1-9$
a a *«i «ia4
..$ .39
•8*
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CHICAGO.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chlvfl.so. Dec. 10.—Wheat opened
i-8 lowtr to lc higher on tfie Chicago
L/ai-u or wade toflay with an eMr un
dertone. First prices were $l.il 1-4
tor
December, $1,14 5-8 @1-2 for May
and $1.03 1-2 to 1.03 8-4 ffcr July.
The first half lfour saw'a setback
from 5-8 to lc, the larger decline de
veloping in July. Some buying orders
came out on this break and at the end
of the hour there had been /a sub
stantial recovery.
Improved cash demand helped the
corn pit after a heavy opening In
which prices were 1-4 to 1-2 lower.
First figures were 48 for December 54
to'54 1-4 for May and 56 1-2 for July.
Oats were dull and moved sluggish
ly in the wake of corn. December
opened at 32 5-8 and May at 38 3-8.
Provisions were unusually dull and
only a few transactions were recorded
early. May lard started unchanged at
$9.25 then lost 2 1-2 points.
Trade continued light throughout
the session. Only one decided upturn
was recorded and that failed t* offset
the generally lower average. The
close was, December, $1.10 3-4 May,
$1.14 3-8 to 1.14 1-2, and July,
$1.02 1-4 to 1.02 3-8.
Corn—The close was fairly steady,'
with prices at only slightly below yes
terday's close. December finished 48
@48 1-8 May, 53 7-8 to 54, and July
55 3-8 @1-2.
GRAIN TABUS* 7
Wheat—
Open. High. Low. Close.
.1.45% 1.5*% 1.18* 1.14%
.1.03% 1.03* 1.02% 1.4)2%
.54
.55%
.54f4
.56%
Oats—
May ....
July
Pork—
Jan
Lard—
Jan
May
Ribs
Jan
May ....
PRODUCE.
Chicago, Dec. 10.—Butter, un
changed receipts 6,095 tubs cream
ery extras 45c firsts 85 seconds 32
34 ntandards 38.
Cheese unchanged.
Eggs, unsettled receipts 4.153
cases firsts [email protected] ordinary firsts 46
@48 misceUeaneous [email protected] refrig
erator firsts 38 @40.
Chicago. Dec. 10.—Poultry, alive,
lower fowls [email protected] springs 20
turkeys 37 roosters 15.
CASH 8AX1E8.
Chicago. Dec. 10.—Cash wheal No.
2 hard $1.13 3-4 @1.15 No. 3 hard
$1.08.
Corn, No. 2 mixed 49 No. 2 white
49 1-2.
Oats. No. 2 white 35 3-^4 @26 No. 2
white 33 3-4 @84 3-4.
Rye, No. 2 84 3-4 @87.
Barley [email protected]
Timothy seed [email protected]
Clover seed $12.50 @18.50.
P.otkn ominal.
Lard $8 80. Ribs [email protected]
SOUTH ST. PAUL.
MVE STOCK.
South St. Paul, Dec. 10.—(U. S. Bu
reau of Markets.)—Cattle receipts 26
market today steady compared with
•week ago. better grades of beef steers
and butcher she stock, all grades of
bologna bfills, stockers and feeders,
generally steady common beef Bteers
and butcher cows -and heifers and
canrters and cutters, weak to 25 low
er veal calves closing steady hulk of
best lights at the close $7.50 few up
to $8.00 quotations beef steers $4.75
@10.25 butcher cows and heifers
$3 [email protected] canners and cutters $2.00
@3.00 bologna hulls $2.5098.50
stockers and feeders $3.76 @6.00.
Hog receipts 1,200 market weak to
lower than Friday's average
range [email protected] hulk [email protected]
good pigs $7.76.
Sheep receipts 400. market steady
good fed western lambs $10.50 few
yearlings ewes $6.26 choice light ewes
$4.75 on deck choice 91 pound fed
yearling wethers $$.9$ compared
with week ago, market unevenly 68c#
1.00 higher.
POTATO QUOTATIONS IX
MAST GRAND FORKS
45c per bushel furnished by
Farmers' Co-operative asi
Hon of Bast Gran* Forks.
Teaching farm woman how to be
healthy audi how to avoid con'agion
when disease appears In the neigh
borhood, is a department of the ex
tension service of the Nabraslta eel
lege of agricuture.
ATTENTION FARMERS
We will pay 4%e per poiuid far
FROZEN HIDES. Also in the market
for WOOL. 1C you have any. call
for for rjcteee.
Ginsberg Brothers' il
iaat *as**,?P».
•••"WMMIMaaiiM"
mms
Grind Forks. N. XX
$
'vfi
.53%
•B6%
.38%
.38*
8.77
9.25
.68%
.66*
.38%
.38%
.38%
.38%
.88%
•28%
16.00
8.80
9.25
8.77
9.17
8.88
9.22
7.75
8.02
IJVE STOCK.
Chicago, Dec. 10.—(U. 8^ Bureau of
Markets)—Cattle receipts 2,500 com
pared with week ago. market uneven
beef steers steady to 25 cents higher
fat she stock mostly steady low
grades weak cannera and cutters 25
cents bulls steady to lower veal
calves about ,steady Blockers and
feeders strong to 25 cents higher.
Hog receipts 6,000 mostly 26 cents
higher than Friday's average light
lights up to 7.75 bulk 1.70 to 2.00.
pound average 7.'15 to 7.35 holdover
liberal shippers took about 8,000
pigs 25 cents higher.
Sheep receipts 8,000 receipts today'
mostly packers direct, compared with
'week ago fat lambs around- 1.00
higher fat sheep and 'yearlings 60 to
75 higher feeder lambs 35 higher.
POTATOES.
Chicago, Dec. 10.—Potato receipts,
38 cars total U. S. shipments, 367
market steady Wisconsin sacked
round whites, $1.65 @1.75 Minnesota
sacked and bulk round whites, [email protected]
1.7 0 Michigan sacked Russets, $2.00
Idaho sacked Rurals, $1.75® 1.85.
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