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6 PASSENGER STUDEBAKER FOR
aale, almost new. Phone S98W. I
FOR-SALE FORD SEDAN 508
Cherry.St.
AUTO PAINTING.
Flrat-cla^s Auto Painting, also House
painting and paperhanging in connec
tion. B. Chrlstianson A Sons, cor. Uni.
ft 3rd. Third floor, .T. E. Sandile bldg.
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Baths, Swedish Masssge, Ladles, Gentle
men. Ernent Carlson. Hotel Dacotah.
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WANTE1D EXCLUSIVE SALES
Agent for fastest selling Radio Roods.
-. 85.000 to. 825,000 your yearly profits.
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8600 to 81,000 required to carry goods.
Quick action necessary. Bales Mgr.,
1143 Diverscy, Chicago.
RESPONSIBLE DEALERS WANTED—
big-profits. Keeton heavy duty bat
jfviery, Plates won't buckle. With-
Stands eVory test long-lived. Two
& year unconditional guarantee. Write
II telegraph ""Keeton Battery Company,
Kansas City, Mo.
AISE CAPITAL QUICKLY FOR ANY
legitimate enterprise at least cost.
Full particulars on requfest. Sales
Service-' Corporation, 12W Main
Street, Fort Worth, Texas.
fSVANTED To HEAR OF SOMK OOOD
retail business on sale in bufty smill
I town. Cash buyer.. Give description
and price. J0Q«i, 385 So. Ceiitral Park
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'v^ HARDWARE BUSINESS FOR SALE IN
northeastern N. D. Only hardware in
town. Good territory, building for.
•i 'sale or rent. Write 139 Herald.
i' 811.000 STOCK OF GENERAL MER
chandise for^sale, doing 860,000 sn
nual cash business. Town of 140C
eastern V. D. Write. 79 Herald.
ClllltOl'KACTORS
pr. H. Tisdale —1 Chiropractic. Bathe,
^,„ilassaffe. Electricity.. Lady Attendant.
—'"Bccurity Block,
BAHLKE AND BAHLKfi
Cua^mctors Sprlgga Block
I ,• Phone 6B0.
M. E. KEMP, CHIROPRACTOR.
N. W. Bank Bldg. Phone 809W
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'NOTICE OUR LATEST
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.. P^ollc Accountants
-Systems—Income Tax Service
Room 802 N. W. Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WALLAN1*
Elevator Accountants
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Airrpg
I ,, AUTOMOBILE OWNERS," GARAGE
.. men, Mechanics, Repairmen, send to
day for free copy of this month's is
sue. It contains helpful. Instructive
Information on overhauling, ignition
-. troubles, wiring, carburetors, storage
batteries, etc. Over 140 pages illu
strated. Send, for free copy today.
Dig
Automobile Ingest, 190 Butler
Cincinnati, Ohio.
1»2(T BUICK TOURING CAR FORI
sale. A-l condition, 8776.00 for qulclt
sale. Can be seen at General Motor
Service X3aralge.
FOR SALE—CHRVROLETT 4-90 IN
ffOOd condition. Grand Forks Mercan
tile Co. y- 1
.75
.35
ji 'Ladies Suits pressed 8
'Ladies' Skirts pressed
up
Ladies' Sults dryCleaned and
pressed 11 gtL and
^Ladies Skirts dry cleaned
and pressed »:.. .,-i75
I'Ladies' Dresses dry cleaned
and pressed ...... 1.26 and up
4- Gents' Stilts pressed8 -50
Gents'^ Trousers pressed...... .25
Gents' Suits dry cleaned and
pressed ..i......... fl. 25 and up
Gents Trousers dry cleaned
and pressed .. .. ...... .50
Called for and delivered. Parcel
Post promptly attended .to./
BROWN & FRYHUWG
1
PHONE. 97^'
11% iSo.'8rdl St.
Grand Forks,- N. Dak.
SEND YOtTh HATS FOR FIRgT
claas cleaning to the Busy Bee Hat
Cleaners, Grand Forks, N. D.
O.:F. DRESS CLUB—DRY CLEANING.
tailoring.. We pay return parcel po«.
%t
N. 3rd St. Phone 4l». 1
[{ATS CLEANEDjfc REBLOCl^D. G. F.
THatCJ*ai3jggii8nop Ji »rjrt
"ffiCTAivaaa-
PARTMBJNT BLDG.. INCOME $1800
Month, to exchange. Oie of the best
Income paying buildings in .Chicago,
ne residential section. Kenwood,
ear beautiful Grand Boulevard. Prfcfe
1«0.000,\ Clear rff incumbrance. Want
i^ell Improved ranch
BRINGING UP FATHER
WELU.-VHAr.OD
Ybo y/AMT
^btC jMC AftOOT?
a' ''fj:
U° acre farms six miles north of Em
merson, Manitoba, Canadn. Write O.
W. Davis, Crystal, No. Dak.
Money to loan on improved lands in
Minn. A N. Dak. Sullivan Bros., E. O. F.
BARGAIN—% sec. near Crookston. I
A. Columbus. Rted Lake Falls. Minn.
PARM MACHINEHT.
FOR SALE—COMPLETE- AULTMAN
Taylor threshing rig.
25
FLATS FOH RENT.
4-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT—INQUIRE
R. J. Futcellx Call 058-W.
THREE- ROOM
Plione 617W,
FLAT FOR RENT-
ROPM MODERN' APARTMENT—
PhOne 1200J.
FOtTR-ROOM
*an Block.
FRONT. FLAT GOT*
FURNISHED. FLAT—HOT HOTEL.
FOOT SPECIALISTS.
DR. J. C. ANSON, FOOT SPECIALIST.
FURNITURE.
PIANO, GAS RANGE. TYPEWRITER,
library table, dining table, chairs,
dresser, bed springs, sanitary cot,
rockers, washer, fruit jars, many oth
er things. 407 So, 4th. Side door, up
Btiirs.
FIRST CLASS UPHOLSTERING AND
repairing. We call for and deliver.
Free estimates. phone -289S-W. "S08
S. ird.' L. Brown.
Fine Upholstering and Repairing. Fur
niture and China Packing, for Ship
ping. N. W^Furnlture Co. Phone 211W.
WE BUY, SELL, NEW, SECOND HAND
furniture, stovee. N. W. Furniture
Co.. 208 S. 3rd. Phone 211-W.
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
furniture and stoves. A. F. Behave,
804 S. 3rd St. Vfcone «2«-J.
CABINEJT SEWING MACHINE, REA
sonable. Phono 1JS31J.
HELP—AGENTS.
GARTSIDE'S IRON RUST SOAP CO./
'4054 Lancaster Ave., Phila., Pa.. Mfrs.
of the Best and the Original Iron Rust
Soap, wants agents. Trade mark,
.print and copyright registered in U.
S. Patent office. This soap removes
iron rust, ink and other unwasbable
stains from clothing, marble, etc., like
magic. 26 Ota. tube big proflts.
AGENTS—SELL IOLBURN PUNC
ture proof tubes. Demonstrate by
driving nails in tire. Every owner
wants, them.- Agents making #50 to
8200 weekly. Excltisive^territory for
big producers. B. T. Milburn, treas.,
339 W- 47tlr St.. Chicago.
AGENTS—SHAKE1LB8S. SALT AND
pepper cellars. Taking like wildfire
whereve'r shown Get ""busy now on
this new, meritorious, big money
maker. -Over 100% profit. Write for
particulars. Sufen-Churchill Co., 25
No. Dearborn, Chicago.
AGENTS SELL JOLLY MOLLY
dreaais. every woman wants them.
Complete spring line now ready, no
capital required commissions ad
vanced. Write to
OVERALL BUSINESS BOOMING—
Prices advancing. Orders Increasing.
Get our fast-selling special boys'
overall sideline. One sample. Ship
,• merits prupald. Ironalls (6113),' Cln
clnnatf, Ohio.
AGENTS—200 PROFIT WONDBR
ful little article something new sells
like wildfire-, carry In pocket write at
once for free, sample. Albert Mills,
Gen. Mgr., #211 -American Bldg., Cin
cinnati, Ohio.
AGENTS, CRBW
MAN
r'
or
0 FARM. ALL IN CROFL FOR
radn for income property., Write 138
'•raid..
FARM LANDS.
IMPROVED
QUARTER »,
ir acre. F°r cart ^ll ajll jt
S.ot per- acre, will consider
tts^ in Grand Forks.
or further'.lnformatlon, writ*
or call
E. ANDERSON
T^nla M«.-.
equal Value
•r will consider smaller place and
-r
Janr mortgage difference on building.
BpjiMtrtn, 111 No Dearborn, Chi-
•"8,
fflra
$•»»•
iV -t_
•TMTWrtAiMjnue,
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WANT VOO&
MRS. DI8TRT-
butors. Greatest nuiinr.er proposition
ever offered. 8200 weekly easy. Full
or part time. Exclusive territories.
Premier Electric Co., 8821 Ravenswood
Ave., Chlyago
AGENTS—150-876 WEEKLY. TAKING
orders silk hosiery. ,830 guaranteed.
Experience unnecessary, samples free.
We deliver and collect. Marvel Mills,
646 Btpadway, F-85, New York.
INCRBASiB YOUR PHOFITS SELLING
Soap, Perfumes. E«tracts, fU., aa aid*
line. Lscaasian Co.,. Dapt. Ml. St.
^iKs,.nsssi
{a'S5l.TS°S.'xsuirs
receive a first year's Course ot nursing
instruction, A fair remunetatlon win
'teACH^R OR COLLEGE STUDENT—
Unusually pleaaant va«^lon poattlon:
assured earnings ,aa follows. 8860: for
tOdaya' |S60 for. 78 days 8800 for 68
days/actual Minings -much In excejs
Of these_ amounts. D. 1. Tlce, 1811
Prairie, Chicago.
GIRL OR WOMAN WANTED—'
general housework. Steady
good wages modern 7 room
modern conveniences. Rhone 118
JL Leeds, N. D. or wrke Mrs T.
Chantland.
WAITRESS
Cafe,
-r
A
WANTED. ^SUIPRHSS
WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework on farm. 'Phone 14-F-zo.
DTSHWASHER AND. RELIEF OIRL
wanted.. Hotel. Norttera#^ __
-f
VICB1 I'M THWK»N
^ETTINO
MAftftltO
horse power
engine, 42x84 separator, 2 steel water
tanks, one 8 bottom Oliver^ plow.
Frank J. Lovcik, owner, Pisek, N. D.
F3R
SALE)—10 IT. P. MOTOR. 220
volt, A. C., almost new. N. WJ Exp.
Farm. Crookston.
WANTED—WOMEM
tions doing: fancy* work at hom\
ing spare hourn, should write Imhiedi-
CHAMBERMAID
ick hotel.'
KITCHEN
Dacotah.
J£—
GRANBjrORKSHERAL0,^ONDAY,JUNE
Ui^
KNOW VOOft.£
WAZY EN0U6H *6
6tT MAfcftlEO BOT
iiJv-lr
ately to Underwood Art Goods Co.,
Portsmouth, Ohio,
WOMAN WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK
entire season,
petent party,
ville. N. D.
MAN WANTED—MUST OWN OR
haVe access to automobile to demon
strate locally. 83.00 an hour. Pay
dally. Boyell, Sales Manager, 3025
Indiana Ave., Chicago.
TEACHER OR COLLEGE STUDENT—
Unusually pleasant vacation position
salary 8360 for 90 days, bonus also
chance, permanency. D. L. TlCe, 1811
Prairie Ave., Chicago.
MEN WANTED—TO QUALIFY FOR
ilremfen, brakemen, experience un-,
necessary. Transportation furnished.
AVrite W.~Boggess, Supt., St. Louis
TWO BARBERS WANTED. 60%
straight with gualrantee of 825. Open
shop. City Barber, shop, Grand Forks.
BOYS WANTED MORNING ROUTE.
Apply Circulation manager, Grand
Forks Herald.
TINNER WANTED AT BARNES ft
Nuss Co. 118 S. 3rd St.
COOK WANTED.
Lunch.
y. The .Domestic
lavlee Brdg., Day-
Products .'Co., 804.
ton, Ohio-
I OIONT
Voo coucS
tHKik'. Voo ?«EH
est of wages to com
Route 2, Box 3, Fordr
ALL YOUNG WOVEN ARB INVITED
to make th« YouftgtWom»n'a Chr»atian
Ass'n. their headquarters wirili in the
city.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAX,
housework on farm. Mrs. John O.
Thoralson, Hoodie, No. Dak.
COMPETENT SECOND GIRL WANT
ed at Duluth, Mtniu.- Transportation
pald.t 1123 Belmont.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. Be'eson,
878.
Ave.
WANTED. FREDER-
Gjnt.
WANTEH5. HOTEL
HELP—GENERAXi
MAN OR WOMAN WANTED 840
weekly full tline, 81.00 an hour spare
time, selling guaranteed hosiery to
wearer. Experience unnecessary. In
ternational Hosiery, Mills, Norris
town.'Pa.
MARRIED COUPLE
small farm by the
employment. Write
Tired, aching feet relieved instantly. MAiJ OR LADY TAILOR WANTED.
Ingrowing nails and bunions treated.' Apply Grand Forks Dress club, 19 N.
Cornal and Warts removed. Painless 3rd St. 1
treatment. Arches in stock to tit all
f*et. Over Drug Store, 3rd n^.
Mers Ave. Piione 1360.
HEN FATHER
Belmont
GIRL WANTED AT BRICK TARD
boarding' house. Phone 1673J.
WANTED ON
month. Steady
136 Herald.
HELP—MALE.
Earn 81.00 to 88.00 a week telling
9
the Oravd Forks Herald. We 11
want boy* in every town where
we have a* selling agent. Send
in your name and address to
THE GRAND FORKS HERALD
Grand Forka, N. D.
DISTRICT I^A^AGBR FOR NO. DA
kota on silk hosiery proposition direct
to wearer. Man with', experience in
handling silk hosiery agents prefer
red. Good proposition for hustler.
Prompt deliveries. Capacity 2000 doz
ens a Week. State experience in appli
cation. International Pure Silk Mills,
Norristdwn, Pa.
ELGIN DAIRY
UF.LP—SALESMEN
WAjtoED—SALESMAN WITH CON
veyance, knowledge of Jive stock, and
acquainted with farmers. Reputable
salesmen building wonderful repeat
business oh mineral feeds and other
specialties formulated by well known
authority, well advertised. McCarty
made 8600 first, two weeks. Conn
Product Company, Waterloo, Iowa.
Ave.
SEEK-
SALESMEN AND STUDENTS
Ing an attractive, quick selling dem
onstration specialty fbr summer vaca
tion And it in. the KendalPEn
velope sealer. Appeals to ever? user
of the malls because It seals 50 a min
ute. Sells 83. Good territory, open.
Kendall Company, Colonial building,
Boaton.
SALESMAN WANTED TO
country towns.' 8100 monthly
and 835 weekly allowance for
1 movmu
VISIT
salary
travel-
Ing expenses. We pay freii
sales. Liberty
Louis, Mo.
We pay freight on
Beverage Co., St.
WANTED—TWO CI^AN CUT MID
die aged men who can sell nursery
stock to farmers. To- such men we
pay salary, commission ahd expenses.
Must have care. Call' evenings after
630 at 802- N. 5th St. Ask for Geldl.
SALESMEN—SELL MEN'S MADEJ-TO
order Clothing, attractive mateAals,
.'lowest prices, good proflts, samples
ready, give experience: Emerson
Tailoring Co., 7th A Arch, Phlladel-
HOTELS.
11 ag.»w%|ii.»ii.i-
raatUr European. TtugMit
Finest Site Northwest. ..
HOTHILDAGOTAH -,
VX-: 'r.
{iCoinmerelalkBMdquartara
Rooms tl.60 up R^ntiy Improved
THE PALACE
WMk up. j. it
i)t"
BRUNSWICK HOTEL
jjrtgljMiMj.
Rooms. 8i pw
Sti a«d DeMers Ave.
Aooks—ii.ii
«xm
FURNISHED
4Vmo»lthS.. 810
Grand FOrks, Minn. Phone 1814-J.
FOR RENT FOR
o. 8rd St.. Bast,
'h
FOR THREE MONTHS. FURNISHED
modern 6-room houae. Uast side. Ref
erences desired. Phone 1I8IW.
VARNISHED HOUSE. IN SOUTH END
~~:^of awwiet montMs. .phone' 1|74-J.
MODERN HOUS1B--WIL \G 1V E
year's lewe. 8f8 Belmont. -1
8 ROOM HOUI^ #OR UQDWVS
tat kni Mt M» tiki -j
Aft,
vJtffik 'X
•v V' 'i •!,*'H
X&'
An Easy Way To, Rent Yodr Flat—A Want Ad In The Herald Will Do It.
Dakota's Greatest Classified Section5'
DESIRING POSI
work at hom^, dur-
5»ROOM HOUSES, MODERN EXCEPT
heat. E.- A. Fladeland.
IfOtiSES FOR HAliE.
Watch Grand Fork* Grow
FOR RENT
885.00—Furnished nine rdom house, all
modern .in Riverside Park.
75.00—7 room all modern house close
4000.80—Seven room all modern house
on University Ave.
4040.00—-Six room ail modern house on
South 4th Sti
4000.00—Ten room house all modern
on South 4th Si.
1100.00—4 room cottage, city water,
sewer and electric lights.
5500.00—7 room house all modern, on
South 4th St.
Almost New, Cory, Warm
5 ROOM COTTAGE-BUNGALOW
FOR SALE KIVEJ-ROOM HOUSE
with electric lights and water. Lot
26x140. 81,100.00. Garvin A Palmer.
FOR SALE—rARM LANDS AND CITY
property. S. D. Wiles, First State
Bank, East Grand Forks. Minn.
5-ROOM COTTAGE AND BARN FOR
sale, also 5 lots, 922 Pillsbury Ave.,
Elast Side. Phone 17S1-J.
6-ROOM HOUSE FOR BA LEI—ALL
modern, double garage. 812 North
6th st.
HOMES AND BUILDING LOT8
•ale. The Webster Agency. Est.
NEARLY NEW
South end.
KODAK F1N1SH1NO.
Send your Alms for developing, printing,
to HofTs Studio. Qiand Fptka. N. D.
LIVESTOCK AND POflWBY
NICE BAY TEAM OF HORSES
$ FOR SALE
Age 4 and 7. Price 8250.00.
2 Write or rail
I J. E ANDERSON I
|j 732 Thlfd Avenue
Moving Picture Funnies
Cut the plcturo un all four aldea.
Then carefully told _.dotted line 1 in
Its entire length. Then doited line 2
Mid «o on. Fold each section under-
neath accurately.. When completed
turn ov«r and you'll flnd a turpriai^f
raouUt Save tlie ploturea. mm®:*
it -r
1
Yes ©on
LO^E. HER IN
VHtc*or Yhat
In on 3rd Ave. With garage:
45.00—4 room all modern flat on De
Mers Ave.
16.00—1 modern room in Kelsey Block.
30.00—2 modem rooms in KelsevNBlork.
75.00—Ten room house all modern, on
Belmont Ave.
FOR SALE
86300i0ft-—8 room ail modem house with
garage on South 6th St.
6500.00—New aix room all modern
house on No. 6th St.
6200.00—Seven room all modern house
with garage on University
1922
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FARM LANDS: HELP—FKjLAIiE HOUSES FOR RENT. LIVESTOCK AND POUI7TOY. OFFICES FOR RENT. SHOE REPAIRING.
480' ACRES OK LAND FOR SALE!.
well improved three miles from town.
140 acres sown to sweet cld^r, 120
acres barley, thirty acres Oats and 120
acres pptatoes.'Will sell with crop and
assign lease. This land la located near
.Hoople, N. D. in the best potato belt
in the. valley. Will consider good
dwelling as part payment. Also two
MODERN 6 ROOWHOU8B FOR RENT
for summer months. Phone 67.
•$
Attractive location, south end.
Heat and mostly modern, har.d
Wood floors. Lot 50x140. .awn
shrubbery, fruit and -elm trees.
S
Attractive price and terms.
,PHONB 1258J Or Write
Box F, University Station. Owner
OUR CUSTOMERS
that have bought properties from
us in the past are recommending
us today
JOHN C.
EOE
ESTABLISHED 1905
FOR QUlOK SALE—7 ROOM HOUSE
all modern, hot water heat, corner lot.
shade trees, on paved street. Price!
83200.00 8600.00 cash, »riO.00 per
month including interest 6%. E. A. it
Fladeland, 30 So. 3rd.
SEMI-MODERN, FIVE ROOM HOU8B
In first clttss condition and best loea
tlon. 8600 down and- pay balance,:
same as rent with reasonable interest. &
Box 111 Herald. 1
Electric
FOR
1888.
4-KOOM
COTTAGE,
Phone 1214-W.
MODERN $ ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE
—320 Vemon Ave.
4 ROOM COTTAGE FOR SALJp.
N. 5th St.
825
cm.ifeAIJ.44*»!,•*»
U/l HO NOW WHAT
'm^§frtBerl/l wouubrYooi o© i*
HER MOtHER" l/| yBte ,N
INT FCATUME
•FINE SHORTHORN BULLS FOR SALE
at greatly reduced prices if taken at
once. H. A. Strutz, Thompson, N. D.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST—ON THE MERIDIAN
ROAD SOUTH OF THE CITY,
NEW 30x3%: GOODRICH TIRE
COMPLETE WITH CARRIER
AND HRASS AUTO LOCK AND
CHAIN. FINDER PLEASE NO
TIFY HERALD OFFICE FOR
^ahi6CS»?
Scavicc.-INC.
STOCK WANTED TO PASTURE 3
miles from Grand Forks. Lots of
grass, sheds and water. J. P. Ken
nedy.
I
REWARD.
$
LOST ON BELMONT. NEAR !TH AVE.
one small Wilton rug. Finder ulease
call 2658W or return to 90J!- Belmont
for reward.
TViLL PERSON WHO PICKED UP
mud chain on pavement at 130,S Uni
versity Ave.. pleja«e return slime ,-to
above address.
LOST—BLACK SACK OF CLOTHES
at International and Fifth Street,
Phone 476, City EJnglneer's office. I
LOST—RED SPOTTED nROODED PIG
I —Hugh Reld. 10ft 4th Ave
MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—DOUBLE STORE ROOM
with full basement, 7nxI00
feat.
Lo­
cated on Third 'street.. Suited for cen
tral merchandise business. Write 130
Herald.
FOR RteNT—STORE ROOM IN RACOON
block on 4th St. J. D. Bacon.
WORK SHOP FOR RENT. APPLY 206
S." 3rd.
OARAGE FOR RENT. PHONE 1631W.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE.
MOTOR
iFOR SALE
16 „H. P., *80 volt, 80 amp.. 750
speed direct current Northern
Mfg. Co. motor, in A No. 1 con
dition. Suitable for use aa
motor or generator.
Consftructidn
Company
410 DeMers Ave. Grand Forks
NOW IS THE
TIME
to have your diplomas framed.
We have "the correct moulding.
Do it before they get soiled.
J. H. LAMBE
816 International Ave.
FOR SALE—ABOUT ISO GOOD SEC
ond hand light poles in 25-30 and 25
ft lengths of regulation sizes. For
particulars write City of Larimore,
Lariraore, N. D.
FOR SALE3—100 BUSHELS EARLY
Ohio potatoes. 2 yearling milking
registered. N. J.
V/Iiiu ^l^iaiUCOi
Shorthorr\ "bulls,
Drew, Ardoch/N.
FOR SALE—GT)OD FEED OATS NEAR
Dak.
Complete with tent and beds. Colborn
School Supply Co.
COMPLETE AUTO TIRE VULCANIZ
liig outfit' for sale, cheap. Address
142 Herald.
37X5 KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRE,
tube and rim., for sale cheap. Phone
270.
CALL^GEORGE HILER
kinds of wood delivered.
FOR ALL
Phone 2240.
BICYCLE. FOR SALE—GOOD CONDI
tlon. 509 No. 4th. Phone 183S-W.
4-BURNEK GAS STOVE FOR SALE}—
good condition. 1424 lone Ave.
NBILSON JR. TRACTOR FOR SALE}—
cheap. Address 443 Herald.
WHITE ENAMEL BABY BED
sale cheap. Rhone 1323-J.
TOR ALL ENDS OF FEED
t8-W -W. L. Hoover.
FOR
OLD PAPKlto AT HJCRALD OFFICE—
2 good bundles for He.
PHONE
SAXOPHONE FOR SALE. WRITE 140
Herald.
OHIO POTATOES
t-F-3.
FOR SALE^CALL
1 OIL STOVE FOR SALE—606 NO. 7
omn
TO LOAN.
-V.
*..•
MONEY TO LOAN ON
If you intend to build my .plaB
will help you
O-D. F. McQOWAN,
SOt first Natu Bank Bid*.
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PERSONAL
MOTHERS—IF TOO NEED A FRIEND
and home during confinement, or care
for baby afterwards, call 1756-J. or
write Postoffice Box 502, Grand Forks,
N. Dak.
Children taken care of by day, week or
month. Call at 1819 University Ave.
LADIES—IF YOU NEED ADVICE OR
care in sickness. Write, 893 Herald.
PLEATING.
Pleating, all sizes. Accordion, knife, box.
The Pantorlum, Grand Forks. N. O.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
11 2
11.
:i Famished Eo©m
In all modern house, close in and
near car line for rent
(Gentlemen only.)
C01 S. 6th St.
Phone 207w
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
and one sleeping room on Belmont
Avenue. Phone 1962.
FURNISHED ROOMS—216 NORTH
Fifth. Gentlemen preferred. Mrs.
Gohrke, 216 No. 5th.
THREE OR
nished or
1016 Unifr
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS DOWN
sLalrs or two upstairs, for couple. 626
3rd Ave. 1
TWO PARTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. 1105 North
Fifth.
7
FURNISHED- ROOM FOR RENT—836
Belmont. Phone 2483-W.
LARGE MODERN FRONT ROOM
downstairs.. 311 Walnut. Phone 2065.
SUITE OF ROOMS WITH
Hall hotel, 311 S. 3rd.
FURNISHED
S. 4th St.
Mnnvel, N. D. Inquire of Severt ROOM AND
Haugen, Manvcl or M. J. Colton, Grand Eajst Side.
Forks, N. D.
SEED MILLET—GOOD QUALITY, »1
per bushel. Illinois Farm, Grand
Forks. N. D. Phone 45-F-2. H. F. Root.
AUTO CAMP TRAILER FOR SALE.
lv 4
RATH.
MODERN FURNISHED ROOM FOR
rent. Phone 1861W.
1 ALL MODERN FRONT ROOM ON CAR
line. Call 1626-J.
TWO UNFURNISHED VHOUSBJKEJEP
ing rooms.
420 N.
5th St."
4 UPSTAIRS ROOMS FOR RENT
International Ave.
MODERN ROOM
Phone 262.r.
-1019
4 NICE FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT
S —316 No. 6th.
FURSISHBD ROOMS
403 No. 3rd.
FOR RE!NT-
AND GARAGE
ROOM FOR RENT.
FURNISHED ROOM
N. 6th St.
4 0 5
FOR RENT.
2 SLEEPING ROOMS. 8S.00. 400 N. 6th.
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOM
AND
BOARD—GENTLEMAN
preferred. Call 523 No. 3rd. Phone
2439-W.
BOARD—202 S. 4TH,
SITUATIONS -WASTED.
BOYD & LAW. Repairing Phonographs,
sewing machines, saxnphones, clari
nets, flutes, Oboes. Call 781 C|o Poppler
Jftano Co.
BOY OF 1« WANTS WORK DURING
Hummer vacation. Can drive auto.
Phone 2336-J or write, 106 Herald.
CARPENTER WORK—Done'by contract
or job. J. W. Lewis, 1007 Cottonwood.
Phone 1721. Will help to plan.
A N W A N S W O
Town or country. Estimates on re
quest. Phone 4J8-W.
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER AND
stenographer desires position in city.
Address 138 Herald.
POSITION WANTED BY COMPETENT
bookkeeper. Address 664, or phone
408W.
I DO ALL KINDS OF ODD JOBS AND
janitor work. J.-Weber, phone 1733-W.
Painting, Calcimlnmg, PaperhanglnjL
Plastering done reasonable. Ptioaa 28f7
STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEBP
er desires position. Write 134 Herald.
Painting, paperhanging and calcimlnlng.
M. Huebsch, 1105 NV 6. Phone 2364W.
HOUSE MOVING tONE—CITY OK
country. Phone 2480-J. Thos. Spteer.
LAWN MOWING, WINDOW WASH
Ing and odd jobs. Phone 3077-W.
PAINTING, GALCIMINING PAPBR-
Phone 617-J or 8872^,
hanging.
CITT
PROPERTY.
0
WANTED TO BUY—CONFECTIONERY
store. Write 141 Herald,
WASHING WANTED—*RS.
Weber. Phone 1UI-W,
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Advertise In Fhe Herald North
FOR RENT—CENTRALLY LOCATED
ofllice roogfis. Address. Box 414, City.
THE SHOE
em shoe repair
mmmm
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7 'JV
HOSPITAL—rMOST
shop to Oraiid
Ffcrka^psi
post paid one way. Quid
Parcel .post paid .one way. Quick
ice. John Solland. Prof., Cor. ith
DeMers Ave., Grand Forka. N. Dak.
SEND YOUR SHOES BY PARCEL POST
to Smiths Shoe 8bop, 26 S. 4th 8U
Grand Forks, for first class retalrlu.'
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING—
Parcel post paid one way. Tbe Busy
Bee Shoe Shop. *0" DeMers Ave.
O. K. Shoe Shop, 614 DeMers. Acrosa
from G. N. Depot. P. paUl one way.
WANTED TO BUT.
WANTED TO H13AR FROM OWNER
having farm for sale give particulars
and 1 lowest price., John J. Black,
North Dakota Street, Chippewa Falls,
Wisconsin.
MODERN. 5 OR 6 ROOM' HOUSE,
will pay 8500 or more down and bal
ance on terms. Want to deal direct
with owner. Box 112 Herald.
WANTED ro BUT—FOR CASH. SOL
dlprs'- bonuses, write stating amount
and claim number. Write 78 Herald.
WANTED* TO BUT—GOOD SECOND
hand cash register/J. C. Infelt, Qual
ity Meat Market.
WANTED TO BUY—GOOD SECOND
hand separator. Size thirty-six or
.1 forty. Write-135 Herald.
WANTED TO BUY—ALL KINDS IF
cattle, sheep, veal and hogs poultry
of all kinds. Sanitary Meat 'Market
WANTED—TO HEAR FROM OWNBR
of land for sale. O. K. Hawley, Bald
win, Wisconsin.
TWO DOZEN WIRE BACK CHAIR'S—
Address Hutchin's Restaurant.
.WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT—3 MODERN FUR
nlshwl housekeeping rooms .down
a 1 2 W it
Herald.
FIVE MODERN UNFUR
partly furnished rooens.
Ave.
nn/
2 FURNISHED A"ND 2 UNFURNISHED
rooms. Herald Bldg. Phone 283.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
Boacd and washing. Phone 1631W.
LEGAL NOTICES
HOTZOS
roi »ns.
Sealed bids will be received up to
June 17th. 1922. sat 6 o'clock p. m., b*
the Eilisville School Board. Williams
Co., N. D„ for the furnishing of all labor
and material ar,d for the construction
complete actNPidinfj to plans and speci
fications for building two school houses.
The bids will be for two' diiffli'ert, tfiahs.
,., 1 One with full basement, the otK4?"r one
MODERN EURMfeHEQ FRONT ROOM without basement. A certified-check 'of
a, with alcovc. Gentlemen preferred, five per cent of the amount of the high
I ..411 SO. 6th. Phone 789. est hid, of each bidder to accompany bid
2 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED and the furnishing of a bond. Jla»s are
housekeeping rooms. 501 Cottonwood. on file at State Bank of Alamo. Alamci,
I z—: N. D, Northern School Supply Co., F4f-
FIVE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
as a guarantee to enter into, contract
&0
in modern home. 1308 University Ave. Ellisville township. Bids Will be Opened*.
N. D„ and at the clerk's Office in
at the clerk's office June 17th, 6 o'clock'
p. m. Board reserves the right to. reject
any and
JI.11
bids.
By Order of the Boacd. "'i
S. O. BIBLER,
Marmou, N. D.
arorscs TO oomicsosi
The building committee of the Lady
of the Sacred IleaH church of Olga, N.
Dak., will receive sealed proposals until
three' o'clock p. rti., Friday, June 16h.
1922, at the office of the Building com
mittee, Olga, N. Dak., for the erection
and completion of a frame church build
ing' in accordance with 'plans and angel
ficatlons prepared by Van Horn tfTut
terbush. architects, of Grand Forks and
I Bismarck, N. Dak.
Each proposal must be sealed and
marked "Propoe.ll for Church Building",
addressed to Rev. .1. L. Bastien, vice
president, and be accompanied by a
certified check five per cent (0%)
of the tender afid payable to the secre
tary of the Building committee.
The right i.« reserved by the commit
tee to reject any or all bids.
Separate proposals will be received
on the heating and electric systems.
Plans and specifications will be on file
after June 7th, at the Builders ExchangO
in Grand Forks, N. Dak., Fargo. N. Dak.,
and St. Paul, Minn., with the vice presi-'
dent of the Building: committee and at
the office of the architects. Grand
1 Forks, N. Dak.
By order of the Building committed
of the Lady of the Sacred Heart Church
of Olga. N. Dak.
Dated June 7th. 1922.
1.Tune 11-13-14)
12
Supreme Court Decisions
From Cass County.
Amenia & Sharon Land company,
a corporation, plaintiff and respond-?
ent. vs. Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault
Ste. Marie Railway company, a cor
poration. defendant and appellant.
Dakota Trust company, a corpora-' *,
tion. plaintiff and respondent, vs.
Minneapolis, St. Paul & S ault Ste.
Marie Railway company, a corpora-: ,,
tion'. defendant and appellant.
Helen Cure, a minor, by
JAS.
BABY WANTED TO CARE ^OR
Phone 3077-W.
VAN {WANTS WORK ON FARM. PAX
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E. 's
Cure, her -guardian ad litem, plaintiff
and respondent, vs. Minneapolis. St.
Paul A Sault Ste. Mar^e Railway
company, a corporation, defendant
and appellant.
Madeline Cure, a minor, by A. Ev
Cure, her jjuardi^n ad litem, plaintiff
and respondent, vs. Minneapolis, St.
Paul &'Sault Ste. Marie Railway
company, a corporation, defendant
and appellant.
A. E. Cure, plaintiff and respond
ent, vs. Minneapolis St. Paul & Sault
Ste. Mario Railway company, a cor
poration, defendant and appellant.
Syllaburf:
Five actions were brought and
tried together to recover damages
against defendant railroad company
for alleged negligence resulting ta s,
collision upon a crossing, known as
McCarty's crossing, tour miles south
of Detroit, Minnesota. Those. Injured
in the collision were riding In'•..Ape
seated Bulck road«ter. As it was go- -,
Ing over the crossing it. w*s, struck
by an engine pulling a freight trainS.^
It is held:
re as a in
opinions, the judgments as to vtb«..
remaining plaintiffs, who wefa.piM^
sengers in the car, are affirmed.
Appeals from Judgments Of thq 41*^
trict court of
CMS
it
1
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oOunty, HqA- .A^.-y.-^.
T. COle, Judge. .\
Reversed as to PlamtiC
Cure and Amenia. A Shar
company afflrmed as ty jrpfhsi»i|»4,.^
opinions -by Robinson. "4*,
C. J.. and SlrdMll. attd Ch
SMI. J.J. iiv"
Toung., Conmy T6«n*. nttonM»|
for appellants •. -k^-.
Fowler A Gr«aa."*1
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