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THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1613.
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Elsmarck, No. Dakota.
TIIA mVftT^tcm CWNTY HP
•STRACT CO. Legal Abstractors tor
Burleigh county. Under bond of $10,
MO. City National Bank Bidg. W. V.
KIEBERT. General Insurance. City
National Bank Hldg.
TH¥ BYTTNK ABSTRACT OFFICE.
Honeer Abstracters of Burleigh Co.
Abstracts guaranteed by bond of $10,
000. The only abstract, office in the
county complying vyi,th lettei' and
spirit of the state law relating to ab
stractor., of title. We have our own
records and indexes. Our equipment
is modern and up to the minute.
Attorney at Law
First National Bank Building
We have the rtflrfitudeb&ker line,
also Fords. Autos and supplies. See
U3. Bismarck Implement Co. Bertsch
Bros. 714 Thayer St.. Phone 13v.
The peoples' ..uojtplar playhouse for
THEArRPk I phone S5)Kat McWenirfe1 hotel.1
Three good second-hand Autos
sale at a P.'argain. See them before
buying. Phone !l!••"• Henzler'a,
BISMARCK ADJUSTMENT CO.
Collections, Insurance and Surety
Bonds. First National Bank Building
It doesn't take a big salary to kee7»
you looking well i£ you remember
our French Dry Cleaning Dep't BIS
MARCK STEAM LAUNDRY. Phone
DRAYAGE & TRANSFER
We have unequaled facilities for 1
No. 209 Fifth St.
Phone, 62 office
WALPER & WOODRUFF, contract
ing and supplies. Ill Third St. Phone
Only $275 Secures small farm
Terms will ij»ay buyer share in profits.
Guarantee seven per cent. Ideal cli
aiate. Good markets. Fine invest
ment whether you ever move on land
or not.. Write qnVckly for views and
particulars. G- W. Deen, Box 4fl,t,
WHY—Is everyone wanting correct
information about Burleigh County
lands directed to the
FOX LAND COMPANY?
Bicyclfes, Guns, \tatori all kinds
of mechanical repairing. New and
used bicycles and guns for sale or
rent. OTTO DIRLAM, 110 Main St.
HAY, FEED AND GRAIN
Bailed hay Per ton Del 10.00
Bailed hay Per Bale Del .65
Looae hay Per ton Dfel. ........ 8.00
Load of good cow hay 7.00
Also 'best grade of oats and spelts.
A. C. Hinckley A Co.
The Home Laundry whitens your
clothes without bleach or. acid, dries
them in the sun, does not mix them
with any Others, and a trial will cou
vinco you our prices are right. FRAN
CIS WHITE, Prop., Sll Front St.
Phone 113. _•
5H6 Ml MLL FOR. tHt
'jSHWoWlWMB.' $*Gr **0
"THAI IJ) UVE*
MEATS AT WHOLESALE
«eei, porn iarcl, sausage. "Tow
Prices?. GEO. GUSSNER. Phone GO.
The Eismarctc Orchestra la at all
times available for concert and dance
work*. Instrumental solos, ate., fur
nished for special occasions. F. H.
Hhrley, Business Manager, Phono Cl5
R. 31 tJ Eighth tit
Paper Hanging, Painting
GEO, La LONE
Five Blocks From High Prices.
PlANO TUNING: Resident tuner.
Call Peck's Music House or phone
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS
Headquartera for wall paper, house
furnishiiigsi •, hardware" and stoves,
b'oth new and second-hand. L.
FAUNCE, 4 th St. Phone, 5!).
For careful, accurate stenographic
£1SMARCK|*ork of.aty kUids„call MI^s Erickson,
up to .ro ins.
where in city only JOc.
Henry Burman's shop is building an
excellent business in shoe repairing
Plenty of competent help and can do
your work, too. Henry Burmaii,
Broadway, betweent Fourth and Ftfth
go to L. E. Larson, at Ryan's shoe
•tore. AH work neatly done
SHEET METAL WORK
moving, storing and shipping house-j Largest best equipped, t'urnace work,
hold goods. Careful, experienced pjen. cornice and house gutters, anything
Also retail ice and wood. WACHTER
down to soldering a bole in the wash
pah. To have It done right call
BISMARCK HDW. CO. Phone 82.
SONG HITS BY MAIL
"Sing Me The Rosary", "Trail of the
Lonesoipe Pine." 17c each prepaid.
Pecks Music House.
Why build a fire? Family dinners a
specialty at the EON TON RESTAUR
For Taxieabs, call Jtnkina ft Hill,
phone 347 careful drivers, prices
same as hacks. Prompt attention giv
en phone orders to 10 p. m. Call at
Taxi stand in front of McKenzie hotel
after 10 p. m.
UP-TO-DATE BEAUTY SHOP
Hla'lrJlressing, 'Manicuring,' Facial
and Scalp Treatments by latest meth
ods. Large stock' of °toil6t sfiecial
ties. Complete line of Hair Goods and
Expert Hair Work in all its branches.
Phone 309. COZAD ft SHERIDAN,
UNDERTAKING ft EMBALMING
Licensed Embalmer in charge. Day
Phone SO! Night Phone l63
A. L. TRUAX CO.
(Successor to E. G. Field.)
Main and 3rd St
Phone No. 100
Day or Night
WELDING AND FOUNDRY
OxV-acetyleno weldltiferJf airtn^Slf.
All kinds of gray iron and ^rass cast
ings rind machine w.Ork. Automobile
..Jowsaie and Ttelai "Quick shl|i part^a specfelfy. Wo hriy scrap frot.
ment Quality.,goods. Get
RICHHOLT'S, at Bismarck, Foundry ft Weldlhg Co.
prices. Telephone Front Street.
15 WORDS 1 TIME 23 CTS.
20 WORQS' 1 TIME 25 CTS.
25 WORDS 1 TJME 25 CTS.
30 WORDS 1 TIME 30 CTS.
ANSWER BY CORRESPONDENCE
ALL BLIND AD8
•iling a number, box, or Initial for ad
dfes3 Do not ask this office who the
advertiser is. We won't tell you. Uont
waste time, but write to the address
printed In the ad.
is sending oiit a force of solicltor.
ltnown as the Overlanders, to cover
the entire state, visiting every conn
ty seat and important town in North
Dakota. The company wants more
goodmen for this work. Young
men that are willing to work and
want to get In touch in the news
paper field preferred. Sulary and
expenses. Men wanting to see the
state have an excellent opportunity
Steady work and promotion. Ad
dress or call in person and see
K. Doran, Tribune office.
Second hand organgood
as new. A big snap at Pec]
FOR SALE—At a bargain a brand
new high grade piano, at an at
tractive discount, by owner. Ad
dress Box 61, care Tribune office.
FOR SALE—Upright plana Phone
71. Call 504 Mandan Ave.
—Houseiioia goods, phone
71 or call at r»04 Mandan Ave.
\VANTED- Two girls lor
work, at Atlantic Cafe
WANTED—Washwoman to come to
house once a week. Call 412 Thay
ress for railway lunch counter at
once. $40 ninthly. Depot Lunch
room, Mandan, N, D.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Good wages. Phone 243.
WANTED—Ladies to wear Gorsard
corsets. Call Miss Anderson, 1100
Broadway or phone 490L.
WANTED—A competent girl for gen
era! housework. Call at Washing
ton street and Ave. 13. Phone 303L.
WAN-TED—A competent girl for «en
oral housework. Apply Mrs. W. C.
Gllhreath, 38 Ave. A.
WANTED—Waitrew at Star restaur
WANTED—300 men, to visit Dorke's
harTier shop at once. City Natioual
Rank Building. Phone, 36.
HOUSES FOB RENT
FOR ^EN r—tvRnSodfef-n houses. "Xp
ply to Leonard Bell.
FOR R^NT—6 room cottage. Phone
3.-0, or 1!3L.
FOR SALE OR RENT—My house on
Sixth street will be ready for occu
pancy July 1st., Apply to Alex Mc
uiutdlhg now oc
cupied by C. W. Henzler as a gar
age on ITroadway. WEBB BROS.
LOTS FOR SALE
FOR SALE—$550 cash buys daniy
building site 50 feet southeast cor
ner on Avenue A. Best residence
street in Bismarck. Byrne Ab
FOR SALE~A choice soutOroiit lot
In Riverview Addition sewer and
•Water sidewalk, all paid for
F. E." Young.
4 blocks from post office $500.—
F. E. Young.
FOR SALP—'O foot corner lot. sewer
and water near high school $450.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE.
It Looked Awfully Nice From The South Going: North
ME. -BuT ISNT
Yoovi NAME. CUNCr3rbNE"f
"YOU'RE, SUCH f\
I'M suqb^ it Muir BE
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The rates are 1 cent per ward, first insertion and 1-2 cent per word for each consecutive insertion.
No ad taken for less than 25 csnts for first insertion- Cash with copy secures the half-rate and guaran
teed insertion. Don't be disappointed if your unpaid ad faids to appear.
LOTS—?300 for 50 rt. east front
water and sewer. 2% blocks from
high school. Harvey Harris & Co.,
J. P. Jackson, manager.
FOR SALE—25 beautiful residence
lots on upper 7th, Sth, 9th and 10th
streets, close to capltol and school.
Best section of the city arid afford
splendid building lots at small cost.
See 1. .1. McCillis.
Position, by lady stcnog
with experience. Box 26,
FOR SALE—Tb? hay crop lor this
season on the south half of Section
22-138-79, Apple Creek township.
W. A. Ziegelmeyer, Decorali,. Iowa.
FOR SALE—$19.50 se of Dickens at
$10.00. Not. one lioolt soiled. Ad
dress P. O. Box 208.
FOR SALE—On reasonable terms,
ono threshing outfit, complete, ip
good repair. Address, 55 Tribune.
FOR SALE—Platform spring wagon
two seats, with polo or thills.
Faunce. Fourth St.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST— I'air of kid
length dark tan.
leave at. Tribune office for reward.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Rooms with good board.
411 Fifth Street.
ROOM FOR RENT—613 3rd St.
FOR RENT—Modern furmsTied rooms.
1200 Broadway. Phone 499L.
FOR RENT—Rooms lor light house
keeping and lodging. Dakota block.
FOR RENT—Clean, warm rooms
with board, at Dunraven Place. 212
FOR RENT—Large front room, for
gentleman. 402, Sth St.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room
at 422 1th St.
FLATS FOR RENT
or three unfurnish
ed rooms with bath, for light house
keeping all .modern, downstairs,
front e'htraiice. lion Broadway.
'the cost oi want ads by
paying in -idvance. When billed and
collected the rate is double.
FOR SALE '6R RENT—Hub kestaur
ant, with cigars and confectionery
A 'good pioney making proposition
for a good restaurant man. Johu
Bailer, Beach, N. D.
FOR SALE—General Merchandise
Store located at, Tultle, North Da
kota, everything new. Will sell
stock and building together, stock
will go between ?6500 and $7000.
Address S. P. Eolleau, Steele, N. D.
Only $275 secures small farm.
Terms will pay buyer share in profits.
Guarantee seven per cent. Ideal
climate. Good markets. Fine inevst
ment whether you ever move on lahd
or not. Write quickly for views and
particulars. G. W. Deen, Bos 451,
liorseT niusj. Ee
Enquire Nellie Hinck
ley or Sri'. Lambert, Bryan Bam.,
WANTED—One or two unfurnished
rooms. Address No, 902 Sixth St.
or rooms. Address No. 61, this
FOR TRADE—Quarter section of
land for live passenger auto. 5.13
7 5 a a
ty in western North Dakota. It. I).
Coonen, C"y 'National Bank I-llf.,,
House cleaning, lawn and janitor
work. Phone 24211, Mr. Chase, 80
Expert guaranteed work lowest price".
JOHN GASCllK, Jeweler, Main St.
Best place in town to eat. Regular
meals or short orders. Wext to Mc
Conkey's, on Sixth St.
Fire, nail, Casualty, Lue, Auto and
Employers Liability Insurance, R. D.
Coonen, City National Bank Building.
Every body is looking for
something and someone else
has it Tribune want ads will
find the one who owns it and
you can do the rest.
Let us supply your perfect printing.
and 6 living rooais in connection, delivered "on time". Forty years ex-
MAMinn/tn Va iaV\ •/V* IttO*
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perience No job too big, or small
Only highest grade work. Tribune
Co., Bismarck, No. Dak.
printing or eugraving of all *inds.l,f
Finest work. Best prices. Bismarck
Phone 32. Broadway at
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
$ WANT ADS bring dollars to $
$ hundreds of users. The cost is $
$ small, everybody reads them. $
$ Sell or buy easily through a $
$ Want ad today. $
PUBLIo HEALTH NOTICE
Probably nowhere in the state will
there be found worse conditions with
regard to the handling of food prod
ucts than those which are seen at tlie
majority of the slaughterhouses, lien*
the conditions arc farm from s.tnitary
far from what is proper in the hand
ling of animals intended for hum.m
food. Often the place where the ani
mal is slaughtered is only :m old
shack, lilthy nii dirty, with no con
veniences and no way of excluding
flies and ernim. Had.
be a iinud hole where the refuse, in
testines and often dead animals are
thrown and the hogs about to b.i
to 7 room modern fur
nished house for gentleman and
wife for the winter. Address 64,
care Tribune Office.
with small children. Prefer about
—, oyer, during the present year, to cac-
FOR S^LE OR TRADE—J440-acre t0 |)0 used as articles of food. Those
cattle ranch in Stark Co., and grain iI0
Ilismarck, I). 'tolerated. What is the condition of
FOR TRADE—Farm iVi miles irom ,[H. slaughterhbuse In your communi
Bismarck. Well improved, 120 acres jy-t
broke atu) in crop. Great opportun- in-tercsted and have a right to know
ity fortEjrtiy. Will trade for unim-
State Food Commissioner, Agricul
tural College. N. D.
THE BTS'MARCK SIGN CO. Expert I SUMONS.
sign work of all kinds. Show cards [State of North Dakota, Ooituly of Bur
:U6 Eighth St. Phone,
In District Court, Sixth Judicial Dis
Clark A- Burton, Plaintiff,
L. S. Clematis, Leroy S. Clemans, Le
roy S. Clemants, Catharine Walsh,
Catherine Walsh, Catherine Leary,
Mary Reardon, Thornton Marble,
Timothy Harrigan, Timothy Horn
gan, Adam R. Macnider, Jr., A*lam
Robert Macnider, Eliza Macnider.
Barney Flynn, Itosa J. Flynn, John
A. McLean, Robert Macnider, Her
man L. Michel^on, Justina Michel
son, S. M. Pye, Ansley Gray, J. W.
Raymond, James V. Raymond, H.
C. Jensen, Helen Jensen, Louis Pet
eison, L. E. Shields, S. F. Lambert,
Litton E. Shields, Sherabiah F.
Lambqj-t, Sherebiah F. Lambert,
Nellie Lambert Nellie Lambert
Hinckley, and all other persons un
known claiming any estate or inter
est in or lien or encumbrance upon
tho property described in the coin*
The State of North Dakota to the.
Above Named Defendants:
You are hereby summoned to an
swer the complaint in this action,
which complaint was on the 31st day
of May, 1913, filed in ilie office of tho
clerk of the District Court in and for
Burleigh county. North Dakota, and to
serve a copy of your answer to said
complaint upon the subscribers at
their offices in the city of Bismarck
of MiU lii-iv
flesh unfit for consumption. Aside
from this, the conditions are at times
so intolerable that it is hardly possi
ble for a person to live with comfort
in the neighborhood of these unsani
tary and unhealthy place
There is no necessity or this, and
the time has come when the people
are demanding that these places bo
There will nev
er bo satisfaction until we have niu
nicipal slaughterhouses and all ani-
wan to—tfOjirueifi at 4l» lnayer nmls Killed under proper inspection.
pa in in
campaign to do away with
the kind of slaughterhouses now in
general use, and to see that proper
places are provoided for the keeping
slaughtering ol' animals intended
,sucji places, unles* they take
irra, per cent plow ian«, an steps to comply with the requirements .i...,....,'
fenced, good buildings, timber and
aareltary Inspection Law, which
coal, running water on land, 3 miles jS stringent on thin matter, will lie '(p in'oe! -l_o
from N. P. town $20.00 i»er acre, prosecuted, for they have had at least
or will trade for good hotel proper- f0II years' notice at frequent inter-
that the condition of tbes^ places
unsatisfactory and could not be
people of tlie community are
.prove land. R. 1). Coonen, City Na-'j)0 ]ropt in proper shape.
tiional Bank Blk.
]emaijfl (ijat these places shall
Burleigh county, North Dakota, within that either criminal or careless m^h
ihirfiy days after the service of this 'ods were used, Mrs. Rosalie Zickhur
I summons upon you exclusive of the [of Hettinger county, has 3ued Dr. F.
day of service and in case of your: C. Lorenson of New Liepzig for $10,
failure to appear or answer, judgment $s°0 for civil and $2,000 for puni
will be taken against you by default tive damages. She alleges the doctor
•'is .,! for the relief demanded in the com- advised an operation, which he per
calling and business cards, social formed, theu discovered his mistafe
invitations, ^o'^ w^k and high class North Dakota,
Five,, (5), Six, (6), and Thirty-six,
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ (36)i, in Block Thirty, (30), of the Orig. Bismarck haB the greatest indetel
v"ValiieF"in-Bismarck"have doubled i"al Plat, so-called, of the city of Lis- oped territory at Its doors ol any
in the past five years. Prospects for marck. Burleigh county. North Dakota, city in North Dakota. As this coiin
future growth are better now than and that, this action is brought to quiet try fills up Bismarck is going
they were then. Values will double in plaintiff the title to feaid real prop- grow. Bismarck'has not grown as
again in %be next five years, jerty. Tfyat no personal claim is made
against any of the defendants herein.
NEWTON, DIILLAM ft YOUNG.
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck,
(6—5, 12, 19, 20 7—3, 10)
SALL OF LAND
Notice is hereby given, that under
authority of an order of sale granted
liy the Honorable W. P. Costello,
judge of the county court of tile coun
ty of Itiirle.ig:!, rn the stai« of North
Dakota, dated the IStli day of June,
lfli::,. the uiwlerslgnedi the executor
Marslialli late of
the city of Bismarck, In the county of
l.urleigh, and slate of North DakOtft,
deceased, will sell at private sale to
|, .the highest bidder, for cash, or otlfe
slaughteiod arc pcrmitied to live_ up-1 thirl cash, the balance due in oquttl
same, thin: rendering meir ]inst:illn\ontK of one and two years at
seven per cent interest with tllfc un
paid purchase price secured by a first
mortgage upon the property sold, sub'
ject to confirmation by the judge of
said county court, the following de
scribed land, to-wit:
•Lots seventeen (17). and eighteen
(18), of block one hundred four (104),
of the original plat, so-called, of the
city of Bismarck, Burleigh county,
North Dakota, according to the plslt
thereof o« file aud of record in the
office of the register of d€&ds of Bur
The sale will be made:onvor after
.tluy-i-Hh (lay of July, 1.913..
"All •-bids" miist be In writ Ah artd
may be left at. the Flirt: "National
Bank, Bismarck, North Dakota, "or fit
ed with the judge of said county court,
or delivered to the undersigned per
J. LEONATID BELL^-i
Executor of the will of Annie
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY
Notice Is Hereby Given, That that
certain mortgage, executed rtild de
livered by vVilhelm Wutitke and Juli
ana Wiitzke, his wife. Mortgagors, to
1'. J. Hoffman, Mortgagee, dated tile
251.11 day of October, A. D., nineteen
hundred and eleven, and fllod for ree
ord iu the oiliee of iiie lt^giater Of
Deeda of the County of Burleigh, and
State of North Dakota, on the 13th
day of Dec/miiber, A. D. 19.11, and re
corded in Book 23 of Mortgages, tit
page 74, will bo foreclosed by a shlo
of the premises in such mortgage and
hereinafter described, at the front
door of the court house- in the City
of Bismarck, in the County of Bur
leigh, and State of North Dakota, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., on the
7th day of July, A. D. 1913, to satisfy
the a::nount due upon said mortgage
on the day or sale. The premi3ea
described in said mortgage and which
will be sold to satisfy the same, are
situated in the County of Burleigh,
and State of North Dakota, aud de
scribed as follows, towit:
Southwest Quarter (SW1-4) of Sec
tion Fourteen (14), Towns:hip One
Hundred Forty-taree (143), North of
Range Seventy-five (75), We3t of the
5 th P. M.
There will ibe due on such mortgage
at the date of sale the sum of
Dated at Napoleon, N. D,, thfs 24th
da\- of May, 19i3.
P. J. HOFFMAN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck,! ei^iS' Schrige^mmi^heldTn
the school house it was revealed that
members appointed to raise funds had
To the Above Named Defendants:
You will please take notice that the .already- succeeded in having $2,200
above entitled action relates to tb^ subscribed for a farmers elevator
following described real property sit-
uate in the city of Bismarck, Burleigh raent steps were taken for the erec
Couhty, North Dakota, to-wit: Lots
ARTHUR B. ATKINS,
attorney for Mortgagee.
Napoleon, North Dakota.
.. (5—29 6—5, 12, 19, 26 7—3)
mrzK toon sua
Mandan, N. D„ July 2:^h cijl-'
NEW ELEVATOR AT LEITH.
Acting upon this encourage-
tion of a
as the country which supports It,