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ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
C. 7. MURPHY T. A. TONER
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ARCHITECT
J.W. BOSS ft SON
Architects
Third ft DtMin Qruitfurki
HAROLD E. Wit
807 Widlund I
?or
3W. ARCHITECT
Grand Fork*
W. J. EDWARDS ARCHITECT
Northwestern Block. Tel 816-L N. W.
Automobiles & Motorcycles.
FOR SALE—INDIAN MOTORCYCLE—
1914 model new run only a few miles
electric starter and tull electric equip
ment. Russell G.- Davles, Grand
Fork*.- N. D.
FOR SALEr-KIfiSEL 6-PASSENGER
touring- .r in'first class condition',
fully equipped except, starter. W. J.
Brekke, 724 Cherry St.
AUTO FOR SALE—SEVEN PASSEN-
er auto, self-starter, 1914 equipment
sale at less than half original cost.
Hansen's garage.
FOR SALE—NEW STUDBBAKER "30,"
1914 model electric self starter and
lights price very cheap. Address P.
O. Box 535.
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF
llllhlto used and second hand cars.
Come In and look them over. Sims
Auto Co.
WANTED SECOND HAND FORD
touring car in good running order
must be bargain. Write
294
Herald.
Dally.
BOARD AND ROOMS
MRS* HURST'S FIRST CLASS BOARD
lng house, 502 Belmont Ave. 1317 N.
W..
AND BOARD—CHRISTIANIA
hotelTlS week. Eighth and International
BUSINESS CHANCES
CAN [PLACE $10,000.00 OR ANY_ PART
-fiy,
annua. _.
m, lands highly
Plentywood, Mont.
P. O. Box 661, Belfleld. N. D.
,m*
proved," valued at f30,000.00r: Also
Dorids aCtlng as first mortgage on first
cla«s~real -estate,. guaranteed? per cent
per annum, 6 years to mature, lhterest
payable annually.. Bonds in one hun
dred dollar denominations. Fot partt
culars write.w.: M.. Prince,- 410, Agency
Bldg, Edmonton, Alta, Can.
FOR SALE—BEST HOTEL IN LIVE
county seat tpwn of eastern Montana
dplijg a flourishing business at present,
and bright prospects ahead steam
heated: and electric lighted. For fur
ther 'particulars- address Lock-Box
308,
FOR SALE^-LIVERY BARN WITH
full equipment, including automobile
alS0"flniy- line- tn connection rood
location: bargain if taken at once.
For lull particulars address Crummy
ft Sillers,. Calvin, N. D.
FOR SALE^FIBST-GLA68 -HOTElr IN
North Dakota town with two railroads.
This is a money maker, but owner
must'sell on account of sickneais For
further particulars address H. Burns,
Omemee, N. D.
FOR SALE CHEAP—19 ROOM ROOM
lng house in Aberdeen, S. D. one block
from main business street cash or
time payments. Address M. C. Glace,
raeen, S.
Aberd D.
PAINT AND PAPER SHOP WANTED
in East Grand- Forks a good location
with living appartments overhead
«ent reasonable. J. F. Craig.
FOR RENT OR SALE—THREE STORY
hotel, 38. rooms good location only
hotel in Pembina, write E. W. Conmy,
Pembina,' N. D.
HARNESS SHOP FOR SALE IN BEL
fleld. N. D. Write owner, Aug. Blom,
CHIROPRACTORS
BAHLKE ft BAHLKB,
Chiropractors
'gs Block Flat No. 1
660 Phones T-S. 487
:W:
DR. H. TISDAlSB, CHIROPRACTOR.
Seourlty Block Both phones G. F.
CHIROPODISTS
"h! DO YOU WISH
TO, BE A CHIROPODIST?
I treat corns, warts, bunions and all foot
troubles. Handle arches for any slse
CORSETS.
io'EXCHANGB FOR GRAND FORKS
elty proMrty--Ftv« and 6-10- aore
Fruit orchard located on Terrace
Height* D.Hve, North. Taklma, Wash
ingfen four room house, ham ahd
ihj(^«n house orchard has over two
r»d good thrifty trees, 176 Of
are Winesapif and Jonathans, 5
herries and
apidty in
and'the best com-
peaches, pears, oheriries am
property will lnorease ra
•#-trees are young and '1_„_
mircial varieties.
FARM LANDS
»usk
(tfty easily made price5 816.00 ~one^
a cash, balance time at (%.
8.08 .BemWl, MtnB.
TED
lt4#0»'SUb
FURNITURE
FOR BARGAINS IN NEW AND
No. 3rd.
Belmont
AT 711
BpiRELLA: CORSETS FITTED A
^Oj^O^Jfc^hwjksN^W^BT^i.
EIENTISTS
D^GBO. A-^ SWEliDIMAN.
M3-8 Widlund Bldf Phone N. W. 1JT
Nitrous Oxide Gas Painless Extraction.
L.L. DENTIST
Butt* 101-206 Widlund Block.
Both TOoriss 466-J.
DRESSMAKING
»!. .ii—~
imBSSMAKHlQ—OVBH ^OISETH'S,
Millinery Store, 8. Third. T.-S. 161L.
•t WANTED—DRESSMAKINU BY
day. Call 916-L TM-State.
SEc-
Thlrd St. Phones. 211-L. We repair
and .pack furniture. Mattresses and
feathers renovated by steain.
CASH PAID FOH SECOND HAND
stoves and furniture Phone 680.and
ask for McKensle. 137 S. Third St.
FOR SALE—A NEW MISSION DINING
room set, on monthly payments.' "614
ELECTRIC STOVE FOR SALE AT S15
Walnut St. 1736L N. W.
FURRIER
LET ME HAVE YOUR FURS TO RE.
pair or remodel before the busy sea
son commences specialr prices ^5
years' experience will guarantee-you
H.
Doroshoyr,
117 S.
Srld.-
satisfaction.
FUJtSr-NOW ip THE RIGHT TIME TO
have your furs ipa4e and- repaired' at
special reduced prices. S. Friedman,
the Furrier
1
HAIR DRESSING.
MRS.
Parlor,
STEWART'S HAIRDRE8SING
Odd Fellows Blk.. N. W. 958-L.
HATTERS
HATS, MEN'S ft LADIES, CLEANED &
blocked like new. Wilson Hotel Dacoiah
HELP—FEMALE
XNYYOUNG
1
WOMAN IN NEED OF
a friendly hand will And it at the
Young Women's Christian Associa
tion at 414% DeMers avenue. Board,
lodging, travelers' aid, employment
bureau, bathB, toilet, rest room.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework on farm no objection to
widow with one child good wages.
Mrs. S. P. Hinschberger, Sanborn,
N. D.
WANTED—YOUNG LADIES TO TRAIN
for nurses at-the Sisters' Hospital, Mi
not, N. D. Apply to Mother Superior,
St. Joseph's Hospital, Mlnot, N. D.
WANTED-"YOUNG LADY TO LEARN
soda fountain work and general drug
clerking must be neat, energetic and
accurate.' Dacotah Pharmacy.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework about September
lith. Mrs. J. Nelson Kelly, 621 South
Fifth Street.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework one who can sleep at home.
Mrs. Perrott,' 217 Parkhurst.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. Mrs. Martin J.
Colton.
1024
University ave.
WANTED—SCHOOL GIRT. TO WORK
". for room and board. No washing or
ironing. Phone 153L N. W.
WANTED—NURSE GIRL TO HELP
care for children. Mrs. Martin J. Col
ton,
1024
University ave.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. Mrs. J. R. Pou
pore, 20 Reeves Ave.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
eneral housework. Mrs. G. R. Jacobi,
gene
136
Reeves Ave.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. No washing or Ironing.
120
Reeves Ave.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. F. C. Fales, 622
Chestnut street.
W. TED-COMPETENT GIRL FOR
ral housework. Mrs. Begg, 1001
leltnont AVe. 1
WANTED—EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
housework. Mrs. _H. G. Lykker 807
•North 8rd.
WANTED GIRL FOB GENERAL
housework. Mrs. G. J. Couvrette, 622
WANTED ONE EXPERIENCED
waitress at Chicago Restaurant, 211
DeMers.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
hoiikew^rk. Mrs. A. Abrahamson 111
Reeves.:
WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER MIDDLE
aged one without children. 607 Wal
nut. S
WANTED—STEADY. SCHOOL GIRL TO
"w&rhf for room' and board. 702 Bel
mont.
WANTED—TWQ MAIDS FOR HOUSE
.work. President's house, university.
GIRL FOR RBNERAL HOUSEWORK.
Mrs. H. H. Wilson, 416 South Fourth.
WANT-ED
housework.
GIRL FOR
710
WANTED-1—DISHWASHER
umbia Hotel.
GIRLS WANTED
Candy Co.
Dak.
Robt.<p></p>SSL-
OFFER SELECTED
cutover lands all
TiceB and easy
loam excellent
region, land
and farming region, land con
ent to .railroad .In^growiitgr settle-
County. Wis:
ACRES jBIOHT MILES SOUTH OF
^ley -lHnM.. on good road close to
choof, fair buildings 'goOd well first
iass soil, level, fenr-^'
per, twelve acres
IN_ CLEAR-
Month price*
aarsis
districts of
"h
-, 8»er Wisconsin in OTMarlson Wttli
AMfa., ofthe ^tstatS^TtbemldirU
0W^®(t aleb^U. B?censu^tatMlcs!^Wi«.
-Aviation, 16B5 First
jtlo ial ^lahk Bldg.. Mllw.^ukee, Wis.
Minneapolis.
PRINTER W5ANTEB—WHO CAN TAKE
complete Charge of small country
bef^lrwrlteriandgood
JfiPl
plums
Value
weekly mu«
j.
^mSSiSm^SSSiiSSmSm
M5S n. Mont.
S words S timea 3So
S words times .1(0
It yprds 2 times .3lo
Il words time..........96o
HIDES, WOOL & FURS
GINSBERG BROS.. GRAND FORKS,
N. D.—Ypu will always find here a ready
market for your hides, wool and sheep
peltSj^WrUej^rhrlcMand^aKS^^^
HOTELS
Family European Transient
Finest Cafe in Northwest
HOTEL DACOTAH
Commercial Headquarters
ROOMSJYUDI^NN^^^JRECENUJRLMGROVED.
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE—10 ROOM BRICK RESI
dence furnace, gas 60-ft. corner lot
18,500, half- cash takes- thlB 84,000
property. Inquire of owner,
902
nut.
FOR SALEr*-CHEAP. 7-ROOM HOUSE
and 3 lots also barn 2 blocks from
school house. Inquire of J. S. Haws,
eiloWashington. East Grand Forks.
FOR S^KB^-COZY 6-ROOM COTTAGE,
close in ,I, block from bar line. 2
blocks-'from school nearly modern.
G. S.. Care Herald.
FOR SALE—7-ROOM ALL MODERN
house in south end close In large
new barn and chicken coop,
$5,000.00.
H. Bendeke & Co.
FOR AND LOT AT
'209SALE—DWELLING
North '6th street
St.
GENERAL
S. Fourth.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL. MRS.
A. A. HoftP. 116. South 6th.
W-
GIRL AT-
WANTED-r-SILVER GIRL
-Frederick Cafeteria.
AT THE
AT COL-
AT CONGRESS
WANTED—CALL
one.
THE
EXCHANGES
892. EITHER
WANTED—GTRL AT 621 SO. 4th.
ttELP—MALE
SAXiESMAN TO TAKE
Udj^krijlOtiUon salary and com-,
mtesloni'this is one of the best paying
jflibS in we city to a hustler. State
-reference- aid experience. Only those
.wanting a permanent position need ap
ply.. Address 296-Dally Herald.
ATTENTION MtTSlCIANS WANTED
first class muflciitns for a concert
band .must be sOber two Cornetists
two, ^clarinetists two slide or' .• valve
trombomsts. For" Information write
to Mr. Pahl LutOstanskl, Warsaw, N.
fair., writer iutd goo
rages for steady re
W. SohniMler, Frold,
Job man: good wages for steady re
liable man.
WANTED—YOUNG MAN IN GENERAL
Store muet have good reference must
be neat appearing and
one' who wants to
preferred, Address
Rochester,
ng and gentlemanly
to learn the business
'ess 298 Dally. Herald.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS COMMENCE
876.00 month 2,000 appointments
yearly sample 'examination.
questions
free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 801
N. Y.
R.,
CARPENTERS WANTED FOR INSIDE
finish on schools .at Ardock and Dah
len, N. D. Inquire at resldenc*, 416
North Fifth St., or at buildinr. K. C.
'Hunter.
WANTED—REGISTBBED ASSISTANT
.ja(j
li tome good perience In
laid and about Dally Herald.
Herald.
»'£?.}? MuSSi
for
tUMI
BQrot
druggist or one that has had some-eje
perlence In drug 'store.
Address
WANTED \GOOD PRINTER. FOR
steady job good salary write quick.
(Wing references.' Address J81 Daily.
WANTED—-AT WESTER^ UNION
Telegraph Oft
Ice several bright mes
senger boys permanent position
nianent position.
WANTBD-BOT TQ RUN ELEVATOR
First National Bank bulWHng. Apply
WANTED—GOOD GENTS FURNISH
ing salesman. Palace Clothing, store.
321 DeMars.^ye.
82,100
easy. Apply
terms
288
Daily Herald.
FOR SALE—HOUSE, LOT AND FUR
nlture,
709
DeMers Ave., East Grand
Forks cheap if taken at once.
FOR SALE OR RENT—9-ROOM MOD
ern house, furnished or unfurnished
401 So. 6th.
FOR SALE—SEVEN-ROOM MODERN
house. Inquire 207 Almonte, ave.
FOR SALE—PROPERTY. 722 COTTON
wood.
HOUSES FOR RENT
WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW.
For Sale.
2,000—A "quick-meal" restaurant in a
good railroad town, doing an all
cash buslnepa of $60 to $7.0 a day
has thtrtyrtWo beds.^ For sala -on
easy terras.
8 3,200—Good, seven-room' house, mod
ern but heat, So. 4th St.
(10,000—New all modern house,. Reeves
Ave.
$ 850—House and lot. near Round
house.
8 8,000—New, all modern- house, hard
wood floors, electric light, gaB
full basement $60 down and $50
per month.
$ '8,000—New, all modern house, Cherry
$ 8,500—New, all modern house, Cherry
St.
I or Rent.
all modern store, 4th St.
modern room in Kelsey Blk.
_. modern flat, So. 3rd St.
$l«*fFour. -xoom 3at. Kittson Ave city
•r water, sewer, steam heat.
$26—47-rOom house, modern but heat-
886—New,
$10—All
*20—All
COttonwodd St,
$19r—6-room house modern but heat
Second: Ave.
$18—6-room house, modern but heat and
bath lone Ave.
8—6 rooms, city water free, So. Srd St.
$15—6-room house, city water, Cotton
wood St
W. H. KELSEY,
Kelsey Block.
FOR RENT—NINE-ROOM MODERN
house opposite Hotel Hall, newly
ed. and papered
$20.
Co.
Monley &
ifcht Hot
Iw'the Light House.
FbfeJfeENT—9-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
and garage' at 412 So. 6th St., Grand
Forks,.N. D. J. F. Craig, Agent, East
iGrqnd Forks. Minn.
FOR RENT—6-ROOM HOUSE FOURTH
ave.,
$10.76
also six-room all-modern
flat on 3rd st„
$25.00.
H. Bendeke &
FQR RENT—ONE 7-ROOM HOUSE
.modern except heat. Inquire 801 No.
,4th st. phone 867 N. W.
FLAT FOR RENT—6 ROOMS: ALL
.modern. lfi. Phillips Block, 23-25 South
s&ra-ast-
A-Dr.
Bantzen.
F0It'. RBr't*ii7-BOOjil MODERN HOUSE
with sh«l at 416 No. 8th St. Inquire
.407 North 7th,
REPT—-7-RQOM
FOR
7th.
modern but heat.
HOUS
Flat
HO
ALL
Apply
North
B8 FOR SAtB oft RENT—E. A.
land. Both. phones.
HOUSES FOR RENT—E. A. FLAD
land. Both phones.
toR RENT—UPSTAIRS FLAT, OVER
Barlow's Art Store. 206 South Third.
KODAK FINISHING
HAVE YOUR FINISHING DONeP AT
the Acme' Studld. llBNorth Third.
LIVE STOCK
WILL SELL BIGHT OR MORE HIGH
grade Holsteln cows and :heifers jive
of them freshened si—
more to freshen later
rem
ion.
lOpxivB^BOYJA1^ POP-
AND WIFB BY_TSE
,a farm. M. «. Blalr, OJata,
^FTR
I..'!'..J".
mk:
since
gratton,
rade holsteln I
N. D.
Aug. 15th
iso few .high
jshen later al
ade holsteln bull calves. F. A- Welcl
Address 618 Fourth Ave.
BUY YOUR SAL-VET.
'.stock conditioner, at McDougall's Feed
•Store. -Kittson Ave. Save freight.
FOR SALE^dOiCB, DUROC JERSEY
.boars from prlzfr winners. John Kem
meT^ Eqierago.N.D.
THE GREAT
:sALE--xwa:
months old. Jobe
Belmont 428-S T-S.
#OR SALE—A NO. 1 BUGGY AND DB
livery horse eight years-old. Black's
Candy Factory.
FOR
Wrisr-
BIRD DOGS 10
Dougherty, South
BUGGY
East
ndry,
LOST & FOUND
Fair Grounds, cOrftainlng money and
unsigned clieck. Return to Herald for
reward.:
OOtD WAyCH.
at Shoe Spspitel, DeMers Ave.
•tli DESK KET. OWNER
NORTH DAKOTA'S GREATEST CLASSIFIED SECTION
A Penny a Word a Day
Will Publfeh Your Ad in Both the Morning and Evening Editions
MINIMUM CHARGE 25 CENTS
Phone 500, Either Line
Mail Orders Must Be Accompanied by the Cash
6 words 10 times 60c
10 words 6 times 10c
26 words 2 times 60o
SO words time ...BOo
If you do not wish your name to appear In jr«nf Ad. put Dally Herald Instead,
ber,' and you can call, or It you prefer we will mall you the replies.
Miscellaneous—For Sale
SECOND HAND FILING CABINETS—
we have some big values in second
hand Filing Cabinets. Write for de
scription and pifce. Stationery De-
Sloth.phonesTimes-Herald
artment. Pub. Co.,
600:
MAHOGANY OFFICE TABLE 3x5 FT.
top, $5.00 rapid roller letter copier on
oaic stand, cost $86, for $10.00. E. J.
Lander ft Co., Grand Forks.
WILL SELL STEAM BOILER USED IN
my residence reason, too small for
size of house. O. R. Jacobi, Tele
phone 88.
FOR SALE—HARD COAL, HEATER
used one winter. W. A. Morefleld,
1616
Belmont.
Chest­
FOR SAI,E—COAL HEATER ALSO
small gas heater. 614 No. 3fd.
FOR SALE--A
machine.
NEW SINGER SEWING
1613 Dike Avenue.
MONUMENTAL WORKS
MONUMENTS
W. R. Jack.
OPTICIAN
THOMAS PORTE
Optometrist and Optician
18 North Fourth Street. Grand Forks.
OSTEOPATHS
DRS. ORR AND MAY SANDERS
Suite 306 Security Block
Both .Phones 642 Grand Forks
Physicians & Surgeons.
W. H. Wltherstine W. C. Wilson
DRS. WITHERSTINB AND WILSON
Physicians and Surgeons
Offices Over 20 South Third Street
DR. THOS. MULLIGAN
Suit* 204-6 Widlund Block
N.W. 802L and T.-S. 437L. and
DR. A. A. WESTEEfr, SPECIALIST
Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat
Widlund Block, Grand Forks
DR. ALFRED DEAN
Physician and Surgeon
Offldes Over Lloy Drug Store
DR. J.. GRASSK3K
Grand Eorka. N^orth Dakota
DR. SOHN D. TAYLOR
Physician and Surgeon
Office Over First National Bank
DRS. IRN & MARSDEN
'pecialists
Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat
Platky Bldg. Grand Forks
DR8. EGGERS & BENTZEN
Third Stu Over Benner & Begg
Department Store
DR. G. J. GISLASON
-Specialist
Ear^ Eye, Nose and Throat
Beare Block. .Over Lion Drug Store
DR. H. G. WOUTAT
Physician and Surgeon
Office Union Blk. Both Phones 90
DR. H. H. HEALY
Physician and Surgeon
Offlpe First National Bank Bldg.
H.
W.
F. LAW,
M.
D.
Physician and Surgeon
Improvement Block Grand Forks
DR. C. 8. 4E, SPECIALIST
CRAN
Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat
Over Trepanler Pharmacy
Dr. A. Peake Dr. F. M. Peake
Homeopathic Physicians
DR. J» G.. AliNEBEP-O, SPECIALIST
Ear,. Eye. Nose and Throat
Over China Hall: Grand Forks. N. D.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT CLEAN, NICELY
furnished front room in modern
house on ear line one block from
posloffice. 216 N- 4th St. Phone
246-1/ Tri-Sstate.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT IN
the Herald. Building by day, week
or month. Inquire at Herald
business offlca or Room 19 after
business hours.
NICE CLEAN AND LARGE FURNISH
ed rooms modern and steam heated for
rent by week or month gentleman pre
ferred. 623 No. Srd St. N. W. 658.
FOR RENT—SMALL NICELY FUR
nlshed room all moderft close In
breakfast and supper if desired. 407
No. 4th T-S 109-J.
FCiR RENT—DOUBLE FRONT ROOM
upstairs also single room in modern
house four blocks from courthouse, or
88? Belniont.
FOR RriNT—2 MODERN FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms cheap, 1308 Uni
versity ave. Phone T-8. 914-J.
MODERN ROOM'FOR RENT FOR ONE
or two lg.dles._ Flat 3 Spriggs Block.
Phone Northwestern.
ROOM AND BOARD FOR
School begins. Sept. 14. Write or
Secretary TSoard of Education.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM IN
all modern house. Call at 629 2nd ave.
or'telephene T-S 928-l.
FOR RE^T—LARGE COMFORTA.BLE
rooms-in all modern house double or
single. 608 Chestnut.
FOR RENT/—STEAM HEATED FRONT
room in modern, flat. 187..H South
Third. TrB 826J.
FQR RENT—MODERN STEAM HEAT
eu ropm ln fiat young ladies preferred.
Call N. W. 640.
FOR
.,t»ENT
pished room gentleman- preferred.
-MODERN UPSTAIR. FUR
818.
So. 4th st.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM, ALL
modern ladles'preferred. 813 Chey
enne Ave. N.
FOft
RENT—^SMALL
AND
Grand
g»om, ^Gentlemen «¥6°«
FOR. RENT—"UNFUHNISHra ROOMS
for^ housekeeping. Apply 601 Cotton-
VQ9 RENT—MODERN FURNISHED
n. lis No
cth gentleman prefer-
OR
FURNISMO) BOOMS,
tot rent. C. V, Wloner.
wrra-
.12 No. th.
HOUSES
& XUrd
THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 101*.
10 words IS times.......S1.00
20 words 6 times ...81.00
2S words 4 times 11.00
10 words 2 times 91.00
F(2n
MARKETS VAULTS
Grand Forks. N. D.
We will give It a num.
ROOMS FOR RUNT—Continued.
FURNISHED ROOMS $1.00 WEEK.
Central hotel. Mrs. Lizzie
a11
N.
FOR RENT--FURNISHED
ern room.
modern home. 611 North Third.
FOR RENT—MODERN FURNISHED
room. 328 North Fifth. 642L T.-S.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS AT
1618 University Ave. Partly modern.
FOR RENT TWO
rooms in modern house.
FURNISHED
706 Walnut.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED OR UNFUR
niahed rooms at 102 Chestnut St.
RENT NEWLY FURNISHED
all modern room. 408 Chestnut.
F(i^/,RElNTT:^UxPNISHED
FOr?^EN.?nT£U
ROOM, ALL
modern. 314 North Fifth St.
FOR RENT—ONE DOUBLE
all modern at 117 Walnut.
ROOM
FOP. RENT—LARGE FURNISHED
front room. 113 Walnut.
FOR RENT—FRONT ROOM UPSTAIRS
modern. 411 Gertrude.
FOR RENT—MODERN FURNISHES
rooms. 406 Chestnut.
FOR RENT—MODERN
room.
3J2
Dakota Ave.
WHED PLEASANT
rooms. 204 No. Sixth.
FOR RENT-•FURNISHED
North 5th.
ROOMS 121
MODERN FURNISHED ROOM. 803 NO
btn.
SHOE REPAIRING.
THE SHOE HOSPITAL,
the m°at up-to-date shoe repairing shoo
Parcel post paid one
way. J. Solland basement, 314 DeMers.
SEN£ YOUR SHOES TO KAMP
Un s. Repairs done quickly and well.
Best materials. 321 Kittson Avenue.
SITUATIONS WANTED
SITUATION WANTED MAN "AND
girl 7 years, job on a farm or cook
car both experienced first class coolf.
Address Ed Wegen, Gen. Del. Fargo,
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER, GOOD
manager and capable of taking charge
references. Address 290 Daily Herald.
WANTED—POSITION AS ENGINEER
on steam threshing machine best of
reference. Address
291
Daily Herald.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER
with some experience, desires posi
tion. Miss Ruth Miner, 513 Chestnut.
SCANDINAVIAN WANTS JOB ON
farm for two months
$35
a month.
__Addregs__292 Dally Herald.
STORAGE
FURNITURE PACKED AND "STORED.
Northwestern Furniture Co. 208 S. 3rd.
Household Goods Packed and Stored.
Panovltz Furniture and Carpet Co.
STORES FOR RENT
FOR RENT—2 STORES ON KITTSON
aygi__H^Bendeke & Co.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT—REM
lngton. Monarch, Smith Premier, vls
ables. Liberal rental allowance ap
plied if you purchase. Remington Twn-
Co.. Grand Forks.
TRANSFERS.
M. W.'DAY MAKES A SPECIALTY OF
handling heavy freight, hounehold
goods, pianos, safes, drayage. Large
storage warehouse In conntctlon.
Phone N. W. 837. T-S. 8S7-L.
R. G. PERCY, DRAY & BAGGAGE
Transfer. 304 N. 5th St. Phones 166L
UNDERTAKERS.
a H. ASHLEY 602 DI2 MERS AVE.
Ambulance in connection. Phones l-L
VETERINARIES.
DR. r.
3.
ANDERSON
Veterinarian—Phones 481
Officer Res. Rear Central Hotel
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED—FURNISHED ^SLEEPING
room ind study room for two univer
sity men must be well furnished and
modern. W. C. Healy, General Delivery.
WANTED TO' RENT—WANT at.T.
modern house. Permanent tenant.
Cell -N. W. 553L.
WANTED TO RENT—MODERN ROOMS
for housekeeping. Address 289 Daily
JHerald^
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that default
having been made In the payment of
that certain mortgage executed and de
livered by Hans T. Hogy and Indiania
Hogy. his wife, mortgagors, to the
First State Bank of Burlington. North
Dakota, a corporation. mortMgee, dated
the 7th day of December, A. 1., 1912 and
(lied for record in the Olflce of the Reg
ister of Deeds of Grand Forks County
and State of North Dakota on the 12th
day of December. A. D., 1912,. end rec
octed in Book 119 of Mortgages, page
75, mil be foreclosed by a sale of the
P^m^1n.^^nm08meTi^reln
after hernr
of the County of Grand ^orks, at th«.
front door, Alpha Avenue entrance of
the united States postoffice and court
house building, nbw being used as a
court house, at the corner of Alpha
Avenue -and Fourth Street, in the Clt
o£Grat(d Forks. Coujjtjr of Grand Forks
of two
September, A. D., 1914, pursuant to the
power Of sale contained therein,' to sat
isfy the amount due upon such mort
gaas .on the day of sale.
The 'premises, which are .described In
such mortgage and which will be sold
Market Quotations.
Market quotations furnished by
E. Lewis A Co.
MAY WHEAT.
Chu
Open
High
Low
Close
DECEMBER
Chi.
1.15
1.19J
1.14J
1.14J
Open
High
Low
Close
White.
ALL MOD-
416 Walnut.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED DOUBLE
front room modern. 617 No. 3rd st.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM IN
WINNIPEG.
May. Oct.
1 1 6
Open
Close
DTTLUTH CASH «~r.O«R.
No. hard
No. 1 northern
No. 2 northern
Oats, cash
Rye
Barley
No. 1 durum
No. 2 durum
Sept. durum
Oct. durum
Dec. durum
Nov, durum
Flax, cash on track..
Oats, Oct
Oats, Dec
Flax, Nov.
Flax, Oct
Flax, Dec
r^VM
4
Minn.
DuV
.1.24
.1.261
..1.22
,.1.22|
1.26
1.26
1 2 1
1.212
SEPTEMBER WHEAT.
Chi.
1.18J
1.15J
1.118
l.llj
Open
High
Low
Close
Minh.
Dul
1.16
1.16
l.lll
l.iii
1.17
1.17)
1.14}
1.141
WHEAT.
Mnn
1.19
1.19
1.143
1.14J
Out
1 1 8
1.18|
1.14J
1-141
ST. LONA
May. Sept.
Open
Close
Dec.
...1.231 l.ia
...1.204 1.12J
1.163
1.131
KANSAS CITS.
May. Sept.
...1.191 1.051
...1.14} 1.04*
Open
Close
Deo.
1.121
1.071
NEW YORK.
May. Sept.
1.25
1.23
Open
Close
Dec.
2 6
2 5
Deo.
.17
..Hi
...121 1.131
CHICAGO CORN.
May.
.771
.771
76g
-768
Open
High
Low
Close
Sept.
Dec.
CHICAGO OATS.
May Sept.
.. 568-1 ....
.. .561 .49g
... .531 .471
.. .53* .471
Open
High
Low
Close
FURNISHED
CHICAGO PORK.
Jan.
...22.55
.22.55
..21.10
2 1 1 0
Open
High
Low
Close
Sept.
2
Oct.
19.50
MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT.
Dec.—Puts 1.111, calls 1.181.
MINNEAPOLIS CASH CLOSE.
No. 1 hard I1.15J
No. 1 northern 1.121 @1.14|
Regular arrive [email protected]
No. 2 northern [email protected] 1.121
No-
hard Mont, arrive. 1.10J
No. 3 northern [email protected] 1.08!
No. 1 durum and arrive. 1.041
No. 2 durum and'arrive. 1.021
No. 3 yellow corn
No. 4 corn
No. 3 white oats
No. 3 oats
Barley medium to good.
Barley, fancy
Barley, feed
Flax
Flax, arrive ..
Rye and arrive
7 5
7 fi
.75
451
421
.58
.68
.56
.76
.45?
.441
6 8
.70
.58
.. .1.161
1 1 6 1
.1.12-J
... .461
8 8
... .68
1 0 6
...1.04
1 0 6
..1.07||
.. ,1.08g
1 0 8
...1.54
nvvzrm FLAT.
Oct. Sept. Nov.
...1.561 1.531 1.581
...1.561 1.54 1.58}
Open
Close
MANY RECRUIT
Washington, Sept. 10.—The British
em'bassy yesterday received- from the
London foreign office the following
dispatch
"There is increasing enthusiasm for
recruiting in Great Britain. Three
hundred thousand men have joined
the regular army since the war be
gan. The eagerness-to enlist has
grown markedly since British troops
have actually' been engaged with the
enemy."
Another message received at the
embassy officially denlted -recent -re
ports that the British cruiser Bristol
had been disabled in a fight with an
unnamed German ship in Southern
waters.
to satisfy the same are described as fol
lows:
The Southwest Quarter (SWi4) Sec
tion Twenty (20) and the Northwest
Quarter (NW14) Section Twenty-nine
(29) Township One Hundred Fifty (160)
Range Fifty-one (51) containing Three
Hundred Twenty (320) acres more or
less.
There will be due upon sueh. mortgage
on the date of sale the sum of Seven
Thousand One Hundred and Sixty-seven
Dollars and thirty-nine cents ($7,167.39)
together with costs.
FIRST STATE BANK OF BURLING­
TON, North Dakota. Mortgagee..
JAMES JOHNSON,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Minot, N. Dak.
(Aug. 6-13-20-27. Sept. t-10. 1914.)
SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES.
I will sell the following unredeemed
pledges, according to law, on Saturday,
Sept 12, 1914, at three o'clock p. m., at
my store in Grand Forks,' N. D.:
8418—One watch.
8118—Three rings.
8180—Two rings, small diamond.
8878—One diamond ring.
8889—One small diamond rlnt
8501—One diamond pin.
8407—One diamond broach.
3616—One diamond ring 'pair of dia
mond 'earrings.
8536—One ring. e,
3623-—On* small diamond xta*. .r^v"*V
8634—One small diamond ring.
2981—One watch.
8461—One watch.
2971—One watch
3448—One
watch.<p></p>HiSiSSJ&lii'%i
SB46—One watch-
1
3066—One wat«h. ...
243f—One watch ahd fraternity jdri.
35Sf—One watch and ring.
8417—One watch and diamond pin.
»SS«—One watch and
Grand Fof^S^N. ^^Uk.^6^Si4..chain.
.Unc. 27 ftawL s-ioj
PAGE SEVBtf.
W7'^JS
fiT''T.Wy
WANT ADS
The Markets
MARKET FRMJT
OPEMK TODAY
Closing Prices Were Lower
Again—Car Receipts
Increase.
Minneapolis, Sept. 10.—Minneapolis
September wheat closed 2 1-8 cents
lower, December wheat 2 1-2 cents
lower and May wheat 2 1-2 cent low
er. The market was firm at the start
today, with opening quotations on a
range from 1 1-8 to 1 6-fr.Jflgher than
yesterday's closing flguresflJpP'eaknees
developed later, however, WTd the de
cline was not checked until the mar
ket was down 4 1-2 cents from the
early high point. Closing prices were
practically at the low point of the
day.
Northwestern, receipts are Increas
ing, Minneapolis today had 683 cars
of wheat compared with 384 a year
ago. Winnipeg had 1,067 against 278
cars one year ago.
Considerable moisture fell in the
Red River Valley, which is checking
threshing operations. Liverpool wheat
was steady and opened 1 cent higher.
CARS RECEIVED.
Wheat
Flax ..
.73}
.74?
.72}
.723
'.783
.77
.77
Wheat
Dec.
521
.531
.501
.501
Wheat
Oats
Barley
No. 1 northern
No. 2 northern
Rejected
No grade
No. 1 turkeye, per lb
No. 1 ducks, per lb
No. 1 geese, per lb
Old chickens, per lb
Spring chickens, per lb....
.89
.68
Fresh, per dozen
Dec.
1.59
1.691
WINNIPEG CLOSE.
1 northern
2 northern
3 northern
4 northern
5 northern
6 northern
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
.1.15
.1.12
.1.10
..1.041
.. .963
.. .91g
,. .608
.. .501
.1.861
.1.34
.1.37b
:$10ifc
Dulnth.
Today. Tear Ago.
334
1
Minneapolis.
683
:-iL*m
#1
W'
-v'- *f"'*
vV. J."'
58T
5
3S4
Winnipeg.
Week
Ago.
825
18
11
Tear
Ago.
273
11
44
Today.
1057
41
19
LIVERPOOL.
Liverpool opening—Wheat id high
er. Corn unchanged.
Grand Forks Markets
Thursday, Sept. 10.
Wheat.
northern $1.06
northern 1.03
northern 98
No.
No.
No.
No. 4 northern
Rejected
No grade ...
.88
.. .82
.79
Barley..
46 lb bright
43 lb bright ..
41 lb bright ..
37 tb bright ..
.. .61
.49
^47
Rye.
No. 2
No. 3
No. 3 white ..
No. 4 white ..
Rejected
No grade
1. [email protected]
1.563 0 1.511"
.87 .88
,\in .75
.. .72
Oats.
.. .41
.40
.. .39
.. .38
Flax.
..' $1-37
1.34
.. 1.29
.. 1.24
live Poultry.
...12c
9
... Ic
...lOo
...16c
...21o
RANGE OF PRICES.
Yesterday's Quotations as Reported
By the Associated Press.
Cattle.
St. Paul, Sept. 9.—Cattle receipts.
20.000 steady steers. [email protected]
cows and heifers, $4.76®8.00 calves
steady, $6.00 @10.25 stockers and
feeders steady to weak. $4.75®7.25.
Chicago, Sept. 9.—Cattle receipts,
15,000 steady to 15 cents higher
beeves. [email protected] steers. [email protected]
9.35 stockers and feeders. $5.40
8.25 cows and heifers, $3.7509.36:
calves, $7.50(glll.50.
HOSTS._—
St. Paul, Sept. 9.—Hog receipts,
2,600 steady to strong range, $8.60
@8.80 bulk, $8.60.
Chicago, Sept. 9.—r-Hog receipts,
14,000 strong and 10 cents higher:
light, $8.90 @9.50 mixed. $8.60®
9.50 heavy, [email protected]: rough, $&40
@8.60 bulk, [email protected] pigs, $4.75
8.40.
Sheep.
St. Paul, Sept. 9.—Sheep receipts,
600 steady: lambs, $4.00® 7.25
wethers. [email protected] ewes. $2.T)0®
4.75.
Chicago. Sept. 9.—Sheep receipts,
38,000 Arm to 16 cents higher sheep.
$5.00(^6.90: yearlings, $5.75®8.60
lambs, $6.40®8.00.
BLOOD POISONiNG
Milton Boy Dies After Short
Illness.
Milton, N. D., Sept. 10.—The death
of William, the 4-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Einar Erickson, residing in
the D. A. Ooakland house, immediate
ly east of town occurred last week.
Blood poisoning In the leg was the
cause of the little lad's demise.''
Death came very suddenly, only a
few days after a physician was called.
The parents noticed the swelling of
the limb "but thought nothing ojf the
matter at the time, because n$ scratch
or wound was visible. The child'be
came rapidly worse, however, and a
physician was called. Tke diseasfe had
already spread .to an alarming (Stent
and nothing oould "be done to save
the little fellow's life.
Probably Solomon was the onef man
who married all the girls he ever
loved.
Ftr fast «C StnrlM
and Ratiilts
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