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ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
C. J. IffDRPHY T. A. TONER
MURPHY fc TONER.
Attprn»y»-at-L*w.
ARCHITECT
3.
W. ROSS SON
Architect*
IltM A DeMers Grand Forks
HAROLD E. WINSLOW. ARCHITECT
$07 Wldlund Bids- Grand Forks
W. S. EDWARDS ARCHITECT __
Northwestern Block. .Tel 216-ii N. W.
Automobiles & Motorcycles.
AtJTO "FOR SALE—SEVEN PASSEN-
«r
auto, self-starter, 191* equipment
sale at. less than half oHgfnal cost.
Hansen's garage.
WE HAVE A LrARGB STOCK OF
•lightly used and second hand cars.
Gbme in and look them over. Sims
BOARD AND ROOMS
MRS. HURST'S FIRST CLASS BOARD
Ing house, 602 Belmont Ave. 1817 N.
W
ROOM AND.
BOARD—CHRISTIAN1A
hotel IB week. Eighth and International
BUSINESS CHANCES
SHOOTING GALLERY
For Sale Cheap
It la at Grafton, already-set up
and doing big business. It is.a
money maker. Have other bupl
ness In another town which takes
all my time or wouldn't .sell it.
S. STJNDEEN
GRAND FORKS. N: D.
CAN PJlACE $10,000.00 OR' ANY PART
of thsit amount for 5 years at 7% per
cent «et Interest, payable annually,
loan secured on farm lands highly im
proved, valued at J30.000.00. Also
Bonds .acting as first mortgage on first
class Mal.estate, guaranteed 8 per cent
p6r
antsim, 5 years to mature, Interest
payabty annually. Bonds in one hun
dred dollar denominations. For parti
culars jvrlte W. M. Prince, 410 Agency
Bldg, Hdmonton, Alta, Can.
WELL ESTABLISHED MANUFACTUR
lng conoern is selling some of its cap
ita fetodk to meet the demands of a
rapidly growing business par value of
stock $2B»0 per share will sell from
up to 80 Shares to any one individual.
This is as absolutely gilt edged pro
position. If interested address Room
218 Hotel Dacotah.
BUTCHER SIHOP FOR SALE—ONE OF
the best-enulpped shops in Bottineau
county, situated on two railroads, only
shop in town prices cut in two if tak
en at oncec easy terms good Teason
for selling. A. E. Perrin, P. O. Box
134, Omemee, N. D.
FOR SALE—GOOD 20-ROOM HOTEL,
furnished, now running and doing
good "first alass" business on main
line G. N. Ry., junction point, in new
Montana territory. Call or write Geo.
Morin, Balirvllle, Mont.
FOR SALE—FSERST CLASS HOTEL IN
North Dakota town with two railroads.
This Is a money maker,, but owner
must sell oh aiccount of sickness. For
further particulars address H. Burns,
Omemee, N. D.
FOR SALE OR HJSNT—ALLEN HOTEL
Dunselth, N. IX: furnished with 17
new beds and all complete. Address aU
inquiries to B. G. Allen,. Dunselth,
N. D.
FOR SALE—AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS
with agency for. one of best selling
cars on the market: not much cash re
quired. Address 311 Dally Herald.
FOR RENT—FURNITURE, INCLUD
ing everything needed for' running
small hotel only hotel in. town will
sell cheap, Address 301 Daily Herald,
FOR RENT OR SASLE—THREE STORY
hotel, 38 rooms good location: only
hotel In Pembina, write E. W. Conmy,
Pembina. N. D.
CHIROPRACTORS
BAHLKB & BAHLKB
Chiropractors
Sp^gs Block __ Flat No. 1
Phones T-S. 487
DR. Hi TISDALE, CHIROPRACTOR,
Security Block Both phones G. F.
CHIROPODISTS
DO YOU WISH
TO
BE A CHIROPODIST?
I treat corns, warts, bunions and all foot
troubles. Handle arches for any size
feet.-Will instruct ladies or gentlemen:
If Interested see Dr. J. C. Anson, Clifford
Anng^^frandJForkSj^^
CORSETS.
AMERICAN QUEEN CORSETS, FIT
ted. Jean C. Taylor, 5
:Kelsey
Block.
SPISELLA CORSETS FITTED AT 711
86. 4th St. phOne N. W. B67-L.
DENTISTS
DR. GEO. A. SWEWDIMAN.
212-3 Wldlund Bldg. Phone N. W. 137
Nitrous
trous Oxide Gasf^alnieiss Extraction,
L. L. ECKMAN, DENTIST
'Suite 201-205 Wldlund Block.
Both Phones 468-J.
DRESSMAKING
VERT EXPERIENCED PARISIENNE
dressmaker wishes to work out by
day. Ball and evening gowns a spe
cialty. iJ. W. 668. Irlim lace and em
broidery-for sale orders tafcen, or will
tfaeh how to make, by leaaon.
COMPETENT DRESSMAKER DESIRES
a f*w more engagements by the day.
e»n give, references. AdHress 312
Dally Herald.
DRESSMAKING—OVER HOCtSETH'S
Millinery Store, S. Third. ll-S. 161L,
SEWING EIT THE DAY, Oft NTJRSING
Call Mrs. Myers, B13-L Tri-Mate.
itef« tToTpD I?"
FARM LANDS
»1.00 PER ACRE DOWN..
Balance 10 years' time or crop pay
ment plan: 110,000 acres to choose
from., Write today for prices and
full particuiara.
W. G. MILLER, REALTT CO.
Grand Forks, N. D.
FARM liANDS (Continued.)
110 ACRES BIGHT MILES SOUTH OF
Bagley. Minn., on food road clott to
school, fair buildings good vail: flrat
class (oil, level, fenced some food
timber, twelve acres field and about
forty easily made price 115.60 one
third cash, balance time at 96. Box
No. 80S Bemidji, Minn.
OUR 40-ACRE TRACTS IN CLEAR
water County, Minn., can be bought on
payment of 110.00 down, balance $6.00
per month wr|te for prices also 240
acres ljfc miles from town will ex
change fo^ other property. Homestead
Real Estate Loan Co., Grand Forks,
N. D.
FOR SALE—CHEAP IF TAKEN IN 30
days, on account of poor health, sec.
land in Towner Co,, N. D.: gooa im
provements close' to market price
$8,500 $2(000 cash". For particulars,
Address Route'l. Box
21,
Blsbee, N. D.
A BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE—160
acres land in McH&nry County at
$10.00 per acre ,$2QQ.OO cash -,balance
$200.00 per year at 8%. Flrat appli
cant with',the- cash gets It. '-."Address
No. 319 Daily Herald.
FOR SALE OR TRADE, 480 ACRE
farm, 8 mites firotri market, 1 mile
from school well, improved all under
cultivation. Address P. J. Ryta, 'To
kio, N. Dak.
WANTED TO RENT—FROM 160 TO
200 acres of land must have.buildings
-and water." Address. 304 Daily Herald.
LIMITED ACREAGE... CALIFORNIA
fruit land suburbs Sacramenta 75,000
people to exchange for .improved
farms or income' property. Snesrud
1038 McKnlght Bldg., Minneapolis.
FURNITURE
ALL THE FURNITURE
of the
WITTLESHOFER ROOMING
HOU8E
to be sold at a sacrifice in one
J. .or separate lots.
MRS. V. BUSCH, Phone 1329 N.W.
FOR BARGAINS IN NEW AND SEC
ond-hand furniture, stoves and heat
ers, go to the Northwestern Furniture
Co. Raschick & Tiedeman, 208 S.
Third St. Phones 211-L. We repair
and pack furniture. Mattresses and
feathers renovated by steam.
CASH PAID FOR SECOND HAND
stoves and furniture phone 880 and
ask for McKenzie. 137 S. Third St.
FOR SALE—COMBINATION SIDE
board good as new. Call 1,07-L N.
W phone.
FOR SALE—DAVENPORT AND ROCK
er to match. Call 807 No. 6th.
FURRIER
LET ME HAVE TOUR FURS TO RE
pair or remodel before the busy sea
son commences special prices 15
years' experience will guarantee you
satisfaction. H. Doroshow, 117 S. 3rd.
FURS—NOW IS THE RIGHT TIME TO
have your furs made and repaired at
special reduced prices. S. Friedman,
the Furrier
HAIR DRESSING.
MRS. STEWART'S HAIRDRESSING
Parlor. Odd. Fellows Blk,.' N. W. 9B8-L.
HATTERS
HATS, MEN'S & LADIES,_ CLEANED
blooked like new. Wilson Hotel Dacotah
HELP—FEMALE
ANY YOUNG WOMAN IN NEiED OF
a friendly hand will find It at the
Young Women's Christian Associa
tion at 414% DeMers avenue. Board,
lodging, travelers' aid, employment
bureau, baths, toilet, rest-room.
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—TWO GIRLS FOR GEN
eral housework on farm wages $100
for 4 months each. J. J. McCanna,
Cando, N. D.
WANTED—CAPABLE AND EXPERI
enced housekeeper, must be good cook,
capable of taking entire management
of house. Address 324 Dally Herald.
WANTED—RELIABLE WOMAN TO
handle California Perfume line. Apply
at Y. W. C. A. Ask for Mrs. Present.
WANTED MIDDLE AGE LADY
without children, as housekeeper. Ad
dress Box 14, Manvel, N. D.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. Mrs. J. R. Pou
pore, 20 Reeves Avs.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. No washing or ironing.
120 Reeves Ave.. ..
WANTED COMPETENT GIRSL FOR
general housework. Mrs. T. E. Barber,
609 So. 5th St.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. MM... Begg, 1001
Belmont Ave.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
huosework. Mrs. C.. W. Fisher, 412
South Fifth.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. A. V. Hunstlger, 323
North Sixth..
WANTED WAITRESS AND DISH
washer. Apply Hotel Antelope, Ante­|
lope, Mont.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Flat No. 10, Belmont ap
partments..
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. J. P. White, 411
Franklin.
WANTS!) GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. G. J. Couvrette, (22
Belmont.
WANTED—YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
with housework in forenoon. Call 423
Chtstnut.
PH°NE
Tm
BT THE
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'V- Jltf ACBM IJtPROVto, PEM
bmaaeouafy^N.', close to town.
Small, cAsh .payment, balance crop
m, MsgSsSi»js5'dF****-
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W. G. MILLER^ REALTY CO.
GRANDFOKKS ....
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THE CHEAP LAND
Upper wlicpnsin are
:CTB OF
mtns noted
jTor tigh bredLc4tUe~-proinereu8 peo
»|e improve their atoclc. Writ* us for
atlon and crop cs. Wla
ank WH
FOR'«ALp—OR WILL LT
ter section land in Nortl
^-3»6ta. Box t*l City,
WANTED—A COOK AT, ONCE, MRS. G.
Martineau, Hotel Metropole, Walhalla,
N. D.
WANTEDrrtTWO MAIDS FOR HOUSE
work- President's house, university.
WANTED—GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
Mrs.
A. A.
Hofto, 116 South Fifth..
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework.. Apply 409 South 4th.
WANTED—KITCHEN GIRL AT IM
perlal hotel?
WANTED" GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 522 Chestnut St.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 722 No. 3rd st.
WANTED—DINING ROOM GIRL AT
Hall Hotel, 311 So. $rd.
WANTED—SILVER GIRL. STEADY
Job. Apply Frederick frotel.
WANTED GIRL F0R GENERAL
housework. 103 Cottonwood.
WANTS® EXPERIENCED WAiT
fress. Chicago, restaurant. 211 DeMers.
WANTED—NIGHT COUNTER GIRL
Great Northern Caf*,
•WANTED-r-NlGHT CObK' A^ GREAT
Northsrn Cafe: ,#•••
WANTED—GIRL AT '21 SO. «Ttf.
HELf—MA£®
in ii i.
/yet A au—M15AT CUTTER MUST Bft
an all around butcher referenoe re»
qmrfd.-.'J, T. DxlXiJUIlt^y, X,
w»rte 6 times .....2Se
S words 3 times 25o
12 words 2 times 2I«
2S words 1 time *...250
MALE HELP—Continued,
ATTENTION MUSICIANS WANTED
first class musicians for a concert
band must be sober two cornetlsts
two clarinetists two slide or valve
trombonists. For information write
to Mr. Paul LUtostanski, Warsaw, N.
Dak.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS COMMENCE
$75.00 month 2,0f0 appointments
yearly sample examination questions
free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 301 R.,
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GENTS'
furnishing and clothing salesman
none but experienced need apply. Pal
ace Clothing Co., 321 DeMers. ..
WANTED.—MAN AND WIFE BY THE
year on a farm with modern conveni
ences. John Donelly, Grafton, N. D.
WANTED—DRUG CLERK WITH TWO
or three years' experience. Box 143,
RolettA, N. D.
WANTEp-r-A MAN TO SAW WOOD.
Call 912 International Ave., or phone
1136L N. W.
EXPERIENCED TINNER WANTED AT
once. Barnes & Nuss Co., Grand
Forks.
WANTED—LABORERS WANTED AT
Scandinavian American Bank Bldg.
WANTED—PAN WASHER, STEADY
Job. Apply Frederick hotel.
FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH. C. W.
Gllham. Forest Rivter.
HIDES, WOOL & FURS
GINSBERG BROS., GRAND FORKS,
N. D.—You will always find here a ready
market for your hides, wool and sheep
geUSj^Writa^forjiriceejind^iKS^^^
HOTELS
Family European Transient
Finest Cafo in Northwest
HOTEL DACOTAH
Commercial Headquarters
Rooms $1.00 Up. Recently Improved.
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALBJ—IN EAST GRAND FORKS,
6-room dwelling barn for 3 horses, in
good condition lot 75x150 $675.00
easy terms. A. G. Schulthels, Grand
Forks, N. D.
FOR SALE—6-ROOM HOUSE NORTH
Fourth St. close ini lot 50x140 city
water, gas, good barn easy terms.
1430-J N. W., or address 820 Daily
Herald.
FOR SALE—10 ROOM BRICK RESI
denae furnace, gas 50-ft. corner lot
$3,500,half cash takes this $4,000
property. Inquire of owner, 902 Chest
nut. .'
FOR SALE—1718 IONE AVE., 6-ROOM
dwelling city water in good condi
tion 50x150 $1,200 easy terms. A. G.
•Schulthels, Grand Forks, N. D.
FOR SALE—WARM 2-ROOM HOUSE,
chicken coop, well, etc., on 2 lots in
Willmar Addition $450.00. David Dutt,
south of Roundhouse.
FOR SALE—COZY 5-ROOM COTTAGE.
close in 1 block from car line, 2
blocks from school nearly modern.
G. S.. Care Herald.
FOR SALE—DWELLING AND LOT AT
-209 North '6th street $2,100 terms
easy. Apply 288 Dally Herald.
FOR SALE—FURNISHED COTTAGE
at Bemldjl. O. J. Barnes Co.
HOUSES FOR SALE OR RENT—E. A.
Fladland. Both phones.
FOR SALE—PROPERTY. 722 COTTON
.wood.
HOUSES FOR RENT
WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW.
For Sale.
$ '2,000--f-A "quick-meal" restaurant in a
good railroad town, doing an all
cash business of $60 to $70 a day
has thirty-two beds. For sale on
*asy terms.
$ 3,200—Good,' seven-room house, mod
ern but. heat. So. 4th St
$10,000—New all modern house, Reeves
$ 850—House and lot. near Round
house.
3,000—New, all modern house, hard*
wood floors, electrio light, gas
full basement $50 down and 450
per month.
$ 8,000—New, all modern house, Cherry
•"-St
Cottontrood 'St
1
9 3,600—New, all modern house, Cherry
St
For Rent
$85—New, all modern store, 4th St
$10-^-All modern' room in Kelsey Blk.
(20—All .modenpn fiat, So. 3rd St
.$15—Four ro'em 3at. Kittson Ave city
water* sewer, steam heat.
$25—7-room house, modern but heat-
$l*^-6-room house modern but heat
Second' Ave.
$18—6-room house, modern but heat and
-ath lone, Ave.
-6 room "City water free. So. 3rd St,
oath -lone, Ave.
.-$ "8—6 rooms -city
'$15?—S-room hoase. city water. Cotton
wood.'St
W. H. KELSEY,
Kelsey Block.
FbR RENT.
We wish to rent to responsible
is a 16-rpom building suited for
rooming-house or private family ho
itel. The house is aU modern and
rooms are in. good shape. For further
particulars'call
JOHN 0. BOB COMPANY
Both Phones *74.
Rj£NT-4*-R60M MODERN HOUSE
and garage at 412 So. 8th St., Grand
Forks N D. J. F. Craig, Agent, Bast
Grand'Forks. 'Minn.
FOR RENT—)NB 7-RbOM HOUSE
.modern except heat Inquire 801 No.
4thst. Phone 867 N. W.
FOR RENT—6-ROOM HOUSE, FOURTH
ave., $10.76 3-room houge on 4th ave.,
$8,00. H. Benieke ft Co.
FOR
RENT—FLAT NEXT TO PALACE
Hotel, DeMers $12.00. Kruger 7H
.t- North Third.
FORi RENT—GOOD 7-RQOM HOUSE
sewer and bath. .206 Chestnut St
608-1. N.W.
FORRBNT-~6-ROOMALL MODERN
fiat 814' International ave. Call N.
W.: BH-L,
..$.•$2%Li
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NORTH DAKOTA'S CLASSIFIED SECTION
A Penny a Word a Day
Will Publlah Your Ad In Beth the Morning and Evening Editions
MINIMUM CHARGE 25 CENTS
'-ir
Phone 500, Either Line
Mail Orders Must Be Accompanied by the Cash
I words io times BOo
10 word* 6 times (0o
26 words 2 tt«u SOo
SO words 1 time B0a
If you do not wish your name to appear in your Ad. put Dally Herald Instead. We will rive it a num
ber, and you can call, or if ycu prefer we will mall you the replies.
HOUSES FOK. REXT—Continued.
FOR RENT—UPSTAIRS FLAT. OVER
Barlow's Art Store. 206 South Third.
HOTJSES FOR RENT OR SALE—E. A.
Fladland. Both.
.phones.
FOR RENT—4-ROOM. ALL MODERN
tiat. 721 So. 4th fit.
KODAK FINISHING
HAVE YOUR FINISHING DONE AT
the Acme Studio. 115 North Third.
LIVE STOCK
FOR SALE—12 MARES, 12 GELDINGS,
7 colts, ranging in weight from 900 to
1100 lbs. bargain for a quick sale.
Address BIS Fourth Ave.
FOR SALE TWO REGISTERED
Shorthorn bulls one 6 years and one 1
year old. Elmer .Datell, Emerado. N. D.
BUY YOUR SAL-VET, THE GREAT
stock conditioner, at McDougall's Feed
Store. Kittson Ave.: save freight.
FOR SALE—CHOICE. DUROC JERSEY
boars from prize winners. John Kem
mer, Emerado, N. D.
FOR SALE—FINE SHETLAND PONY,
buggy and surrey cheap. 622 Sev
enth ave.
FOR SALE—HORSE. BUGGY AND
harness. Star Laundry, East Grand
Forks.
LOST & FOUND
LOST—WHITE RAT TERRIOR DOG
with brown spots'over eyes had col
lar with brass buttons on. Answers
to name of Rover. Finder notify B. J.
Hagen N. W. 1567,/call 7.
ESTRAY NOTICE—f HEIFERS CAME
to my place In Manvel Sept. 12. Own
er call and pay charges. Otto Goth
burg, Manvel.
Miscellaneous—For Sale
SECOND HAND FILING CABINETS—
we have some Mr values in second
hand Filing Cabinets. Write for de
scription and pMce. Stationery De
partment. Times-Herald Pub. Co.,
Both phones 600.
FOR SALE CIJEJiP±itli-IlicH 6-BOT
tom engin? gang pfWl. new this spring,
and 2 ten-ft. eectloj a engine disc with
seeder attachments also new this
spring/ P. A. Langbois. Oklee, Minn.
WILL SELL STEAM BOILER USED IN
my resiaence reason, too small for
size of house. G. R. Jacobl, Tele
phone 88.
FOR SALE—HARD' COAL HEATER
used one winter. W. A. Morefleld, 1616
Belmont.
FOR SALE-JEWEL GAS RANGE,
good condition, $5.00 also Oak daven
port, cheap. 407 North Fourth.
FOR SALE—AIR TIGHT HEATER.
1410 University Ave. 1728L N. W.
FOR SALE—MONITOR HARD COAL
stove. Phone 1636-L N. W.
MONUMENTAL WORKS
MONUMENTS MARKETS VAULTS
W. R. Jack. Grand Forks. N. D.
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. Wltherstlne W. C. Wilson
DRS. WITHERSTINE AND WILSON
Physicians and Surgeons
Ofilces Over 20 Mouth Third Street
DR. THOS. MULLIGAN
Suit* 204-6 Wldlund Block
N.W. 302L and T.-S. 437L ai)d
DR. A. A. WESTEEN, SPECIALIST
Ear: Eye, Nose and Throat
Wldlund Block, Grand Forks
DR. ALFRED DEAN
Physician and Surgeon
ODtaes Over Lion Drug Store
DR. J. GRASSICK
Grand Forks. North Dakota
DR. JOHN D. TAYLOR
Physician and Surgeon
Office Over .First National Bank
DRS. EKERN & MARSDEN
Specialists
Bar, Eye, Nose and Throat
Platky Bldg. Grand Forks
DRS. SOGERS & BENTZEN
Third St. Over Benner A Begg
Department Store
DR. a J. GISLAEON
Specialist
Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat
Beare Block, Over Lion Drug Store
DR. H. G. WOUTAT
Physician and Surgeon
Office Union Blk. Both Phones 99
DR. H. H. HEALT
Physician and Surgeon
Office First National Bank Bldg.
H. W. F. LAW, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Grand Forks
Improvement Block
DR. C. 8. CRANE, SPECIALIST
Bar, Eye, Nose and Throat
Over Trepanier Pharmacy
Dr. A. Peake Dr. F. M. Peaks
Homeopathic Physicians
DR. J. G. ARNEBERG. SPECIALIST
Ear, Eye. NOse and Throat
Over China Hall. Grand Forks.
N. P.
ROOMS FO^ RENT
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
strictly modern,. on oar •line, with or
without sleeping porch -641-J N. W.
Mrs. Geo. Black, 1002 Belmont.
FOR RENT—2 NICELY 'FURNISHED
rooms in all modern house family of
two suitable for two University stu
dents. Phohe 1400 N. W.
Jtoft RENT—ONE PLEASANT. NICE
ly furnished front rootn: ladles pre
ferred. 214 Dakota aVe T-£T78-L.
FOR RENT—STEAM HEATED FRONT
•room, in modern flat.:ic 187% -South
ThJriU Telephone 82$^ Trl-Btate,
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THE GRAND FORKS DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18,191*. sv/ 'TJfrVVK PAGE NINE.
10 words is tlmea.-r 21.90
20 worda 6 times ...$1.00
26 words 4 times 91.00
60 words 2 times $1.00
ROOMS FOR RENT—Continued.
WANTED—YOUNG LADY ROOMER
for company can use kitchen and do
own laundry. Phone 280-J T-S.
ROOM AND BOARD FOR TEACHERS.
School begins Sept. 14. Write or call
Secretary Board of Education.
FOR RENT—3 SMALL ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 709 DeMers ave. East
Grand Forks.
FOR RENT—LARGE MODERN FUR
nished room gentleman preferred. 615
North 6th st.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED FRONT
room in all modern house. 1410 Uni
versity Ave.
FOR RENT—SMALL ALL MODERN
room. Gentlemen only. 315 South
Fifth St.
FOR RENT—VERY DESIRABLE FUR
nished rooms, stead heated. 102 Chest
nut st.
FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. Apply 501 Cotton
wood.
FOR RENT—ROOMS WITH OR WITH
out board. Mrs. McHaffle. 12 No. 6th.
FURNISHED ROOMS, AND HOUSES
for rent. C. F. Wlsner. 401 S. Third St.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED DOUBLE
front room modern. 617 North Third.
FOR RENT—ROOM ON BELMONT
ave. hot water heat. Tel. N. W. 12B0.
FOR RENT—MODERN FURNI8HED
room. 323 North Fifth. 6*2L T.-S.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED
rooms in modern house. 706 Walnut.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT MAY
do light housekeeping. 318 Herald.
FOR RENT—2 ALL JIODERN FUR
nished rooms. 113 3 Cheyenne ave.
FOR RENT—LARGE MODERN FRONT
room down stairs. Call N. W. 549.
FOfL
RENT—NICE FRONT ROOM
strictly modern. 115 Chestnut.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. 816
Cheyenne Ave.
FOP. RENT—LARGE FURNISHED
front room. 113 Walnut.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED
rooms at 311 No. 8th st
FOR RENT—FRONT ROOM UPSTAIRS
modern. 411 Gertrude.
FOR RENT—MODERN FURNISHED
room. 312 Dakota Ave.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM. 415
Walnut Street.
FOR RENT—2 FURNISHED ROOMS.
215 No. 8th St.
FOR REN4!—FURNISHED ROOM. 513
International.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM. 416
South 4th st.
SHOE REPAIRING.
THE SHOE HOSPITAL,
the most up-to-date shoe repairing shop
in Grand Forks parcel post paid one
way. J. Solland basement, 314 DeMer3.
SEND YOUR SHOES TO KAMP
lin's. Repairs done quickly and well.
Best materials. 321 Kittson Avenue.
SITUATIONS WANTED
WANTED—POSITION IN BANK OR
office by a young man having a busi
ness ^education speaks Norwegian and
Icelandic good references. Box 29, R.
1 Hensel, N. Dak.
WANTED—PLACES IN GOOD HOMES
for girls attending university to work
for room and board. Phone Mr.
Schlefer or Miss Fulton at the uni
versity.
EXPERIENCED MAN WISHES Posi
tion as manager of first class pool
room good references given. John
Anthony, Lansford, N. D.
WANTED—POSITION AS CLERK OR
collector by capable man well ac
quainted with city references. Ad
dress 317 Daily Herald.
WANTED-r-PLACE TO WORK FOR
board by boy twenty years old while
attending college. 323 Daily Herald.
WANTED—OFFICE WORK BY YOUNG
jnan stenographer. Can give good ref
erences. Address 300 Dally .Herald.
YOUNG MAN WANTS PLACE TO
work for board and room with attend
lng high school. Address 316 Herald.
COOK WANTS POSITION. BOARDING
house preferred. 322 Herald.
LADY WANTS WORK BY DAY. CALL
STORAGE
FURNITURE PACKED- AND STORED.
Northwestern Furniture Co. 208 S. 3rd,
Household Goods Packed and Stored.
-Panovlte Furniture and Carpet Co.
STORES FOR RENT
FOR RENT—2 STORES ON KITTSON
t^avg^jgijlendekejfcca^^^^^^^^
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT—REM
ington. Monarch, Smith Premier, vls
ables. .Liberal- rental allowance ap
plied, if you purchase. Remington Twp-
Co., Grand Forks.
FOR SALE—VISIBLE TYPEWRITER
in good repair cheap for cash. Rhon*
736 N. W.
UNDERTAKERS.
a. H. ASHLEY sot DD MORS AVE.
Ambulance in connaotion. Phones 1-L.
TRANSFERS.
MSWJDXY"MAKESXSPJ^IAlty OF
handling, heavy freight, household
good*,, pianbs, safes, drayage. Large
storage warehouse in connection.
Phone N. W. 88T.' T^S 837-L.
R. GrPERCY. DRAY BAGOAGE
Transferr in N. 6th St.: Phones l«6L
vbtbrinaries.
!. DR F. J. ANDKR80N
Veterinarian—Phones 431
ofttv a. s*f, awrCMtm.anii
Market Quotations.
Market quotations furnished
E. Lewia A Co.
Open 1.101
High 1.08J 1.11J
Low 1.081' l.ioj
Close 1.08J 1.111
DECEMBER WHEAT.
Chi.
Open
High
Low
Close
Open
Close
Open
Close
Open
Close
Open
:Oats,
Minn.
WINNIPEG.
May. Oct Deo.
•1.19 1.101-1 1.12
CHICAGO CORN.
May.
.731
.731
72J—|
.78J
Open
High
Low
Close
Sept.
.76}
.78}
.76
78}
J?®!"*?
TheMarkets
by.
MAT WHEAT.
Chi. Minn. Dul.
Open 1.17J 1.18 ....
High 1.19 1.181' ....
Low 1.161 1.171. ....
Close 1.181 1.18} 1.19g
SEPTEMBER WHEAT.
Chi. Minn. Dul.
Dul,
.1.101
..1.12
..1.09J
..1.11}
1.11}
1.12J
1.121
1.101 1.11
1.12
''1.121
ST. LOUia
May. Sept Dea
1141 1.071
1.16 T06 ,1.081
KANSAS CITY.
May. Sept Dee.
•109| ....i 1.03
1.11 ..... 1.031
NEW YORK.
May. Sept Dee.
1.161 1.181
1.17J 1.20}
Dec.
.70}
711
70}—|
.711
CHICAGO OATS,
May.
.521-1
.53}
•511-i
.52}-!
Open
High
Low
.Close
Sept
.461
.47}
46
.461
Dec.
.49}
.50}
.48}
.491
CHICAGO PORK.
Jaji. Sept.
Open 20.45
High 20.67
Low 20.42
Close 20.67
Oct
MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT.
Dec.—Puts 1.09}, calls 1.141.
MINNEAPOLIS CASH
No. 1 hard ... .* 1.
No. 1 northern 1.
Regular arrive 1.
No. 2 northern 1.
No. 2 hard Mont, arrive. 1.
No. 3 northern 1.
No. 1 .durum l.
No. 2 durum
No. 3 yellow corn
No. 4 corn
No. 3 white oats
No. 3 oats
Barley, medium to good.
Barley, fancy
Barley, feed
Flax and arrive 1.
Rye and arrive
No. 1 hard
No- 1 northern
No. 2 northern
Oats, cash
Rye
Barley
No.' 1 dijrum
No. 2 durum
Sept. durum
Oct. durum
Dec. durum
Nov. durum
Flax, cash on track....
CLOSE.
12}
10 @1.11}
10 @1.11}
0S}@1.08}
06
02 @1.06
01}@1.02
99 .99}
75 .76
75 .76
441® .45}
42}
57
66
.43}
.66
.68
.67
53
47}@1.52J
87 .88
DUTiUTH CASH
CLOSI5.
.1.121
.1.111
.1.071
.468
8 8
.50
.1.04
.1.02
.1.0S!
.1.04}
.1.051
.1.04}
.1.60}
.89
.60
DCLITTH KTjAX.
Oct. Sept. Nov. Dec.
.Open ..... l.64i ....
.Close ...1.511 1.50} 1.53J 1-54
WINNIPEG CIiOSE.
No. 1 northern l.ll
No. 2 northern ....1.07}
No. 3 northern ..1,02}
No. 4 northern 961
No. 5 northern.* .89}
No. 6 northenn .83}
No. 2 oats 50}
No. 3 oats .49}
Oct 1 491
Oats, Dec 495
Flax, Oct .. 1.298
Flax, Nov
Flax, Dec ..1.84
WINNIPEG.
Wheat
Flax
Week Tear
Today. Ago. Ago.
Wheat 1174 1356 1049
Oats 144 49 86
Barley 27 22 86
Flax 14 6 12
DULUTH.
Today. Year Ago.
492 496
6 21
AIjSATIAN PRISONERS FREED.
Paris, Sept. 18.—A dispatch to the
Havas agency from Renas says 1,002
prisoners arrived there today and
were sent to Brest- Among them
were twenty Alsatians who were re
leased on signing an agreement to
Join the French army.
Some young men sow wheat and
raise corn, and some others sow wild
oats and raise Cain.
Real faith is needed before a man
can buy a bottle of hair restorer of a
bald-headed druggist
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT—ROOMS OR FUR-
nlshed house for llgiit housekeeping
J. P. McDonald. 120f University!
A YOUNG LADY ATTENDING COL
lege wants one or two rooms for light
housekeeping. 321 Herald.
WANTED TO RENT—HEATED HOtTSE
Dally HSraldfV#n
r°°m8' Addr8"
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUT—SECOND HAND
rjU-Jop desk, typewriter, typewriter
cabinet, and office chairs, in good con
dition. P. O. Box 226, Grand Forks, N.
WAOTBD TO BTJYV-A GOOD SECOND
hand buggy. Colton-Wllder Groc. Co.
424 Flow
yitmr 'Bhriiewai
CENT KM AT
Til CLOSE TODAY
Wheat Market Has Been of
Scalping Character Dur
ing the Day.
Minneapolis, Sept. 18.—September
wheat closed at 108 3-4, or 1 cent
higher, December wheat 112. or 7-8c
higher, May wheat 3-4c higher.
The market has been of a scalp
ing character today with final figures
from 3-4 to 1 cent higher than to
previous close. Heavy export sales
were claimed to have been made at
the seaboard.
Clearances for the week of wheat
and flour equalled 7,188,000 bushels,
compared with 4,148,000 bushels a
year ago.
Primary receipts todsy were liberal
and the total was reported at 2.6S7,
000 bushels, compared with 1,816,000
bushels a year ago. Shipments today,
1,299,000 bushels, a year ago, 1,031,
000 bushels. Liverpool wheat closed
unchanged to 1-2 lower.
CHICAGO.
Today. Tear Afa.
Wheat S49 70
Corn 68 58S
ARGENTINE SHIPMENTS.
Wheat, this week. 24,0'00 last week,
128,000 last year, 104,000.
Corn this week, 2,202,000 last week
8,120,000 last year, 4,881,000.
Oats, this week, 10,000 last week,
380,000 last year, 60,000.
RANGE OF PRICES.
yesterday's Quotations as Reported
By the Associated Press.
Cattle.
St. Paul, Sept. 17.—Cattle receipts
1,000 killers steady steers |[email protected]
00 cows and heifers [email protected]
calves steady, [email protected] etockeni
and feeders steady, $4.76 @7.76.
Chicago, Sept. 17.—Cattle receipt*
4,000 steady to a shade lower beeves
$7.00 11.00 steers [email protected]
stockers and feeders $6.50 @8.86
cows and heifers [email protected] calvee
[email protected]
Hogs.
St. Paul, Sept. 17.—Hog receipts
I,400 20 to 25c higher range $8.36
@8.50 bulk $8.40.
Chicago, Sept. 17.—Hog receipts
II,000 mostly 10c higher bulk of
sales [email protected] light $8.90®9.66
mixed $8.40 @9.66 heavy $8.16 @#.
30 rough [email protected]'8:30 plga [email protected]
9 0 0
Sheep.
St Paul, Sept. 17.—Sheep receipts
400 lambs steady to 25c higher
sheep firm lambs [email protected] weth
ers [email protected] ewes [email protected]
Chicago, Sept. 17.—Sheep receipts
20,000 weak, [email protected] lower sheep
[email protected] yearlings [email protected]
lambs [email protected]
I
Grand Forks Markets
45 lb. bright
43 Tb. bright
41 Tb. bright .........
37 lb. bright
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9
Thursday, September 17.
Wheat.
No. 1 northern ......
No. 2 northern .......
No. 3 northern
No. 4 northern
Rejected
No grade ..............
.99
.95
.89
.70
.69
.64
Barley.
.47
.45
.43
.41
Rye.
No. 2 ...^
No. 3
.72
.69
Oats.
No. 3 white
No. 4 white
Rejected ...
No grade ....
.38
.37
.36
.36
Flax.
No. 1 northern..
No. 2 northern..
Rejected .......
No grade
Fresh, per dozen
1 9 S
1.32
TO
William Dalrymple
Minneapolis Dtalulli
WS SOtfOsET
310
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Dalton & Gould
l,*rainasAjpoMs mniutH. sio»xcorr^=,
Exohanne. feUSOB Board
oommeaoN MracsttJrrfcs.
Grate Nrt SMdfc
at
TnMe -.v-•
Otloaco. 580 Postal Tel. Bid*. Milwaukee. 414 Wllrlill BWt
B. MANN-ANCHOR COMPANY
Qraln Comml—len
^5
.... 1.27
.... 1.22
Ijive Poultry.
No. 1
No. 1 ducks, per lb
No. 1 geese, per lb
Old chickens, per lb
Spring chickens, per lb..
1 2
9c I
6 0
ioc
15c
Eggs.
••220
For Bast of Sarvlo*
and Rasulto
SHIP GRAIN
'M
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