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fbbpay, PBP. 8, Wtf, XBLP W«et before^mjj lSie sa}e &on ••r.Cracts expire.-: '-J?*. •§r. FQR SALE—ftiverview addi- •vOtioi lots are the best and' •, cheapest in the city for jiomes or*investment They qre close I -in lay well good size CaA be had on very easy terms .and buyers are fully protected. $300.00 to $600.00. No Advertisement* Accepted "T.F." TCjjl|. forbidden In A^Manr* X-W'..-• WOW IO AWtW^'iClto A»i. II* Ms «4fMi wttk snaps or NHelSb «sM^-'r3p^qpfc u-. nrand by J*tter»d«rMae4 to the MBber flTf4 JiitMM» Tribune est Mores er« not permittee to tell who tmr ndTertllir U. Mall or send your newer to Tribune No, -^-, and ne will 'forward to the advertiser. •ELP WANTED MALI Yf ANTED—A live-young man for de ffvery must know the city. Guss ner's. l£-8-5t WANTED—Boy for A couple of weeks work. Jriquire at Tribune Bindery. 12-7-fit WANTED—eigar makers also, cigar banders. 423 Third St. W. F. Erlen meyer. #AHTKDfntALB WAITED—Girl for general house Phone 62r or c^ll 20 Ave. A. VA^TE wrk. Mrs. W. P. Crewe. 12-7-6t WANTED—At once. Housekeeper-by widower with two' children fl. per day no laundry work. Address Joe Wustner, Ryder, N. D, }2-6-3t WANTED—»A capable lady Bteiifgra pher for office' work 'must be rapid and acurate wages $76.00 per month. Answer giving experience P: O. Box 593. 12-5-6t WANTED—A kitchen girl. Caf&v WANTS ft F. E. YOUNG First National Sank Bids. 3 Phones, No. 78. F. E. YOUNG 4» FOR QALE: Quarter section Vz mile from station- and elevator: 12 miles from Bismarck 40 acres under plow all can be plowed practically new buildings $26.00 per acre $1,040 cash, balance $250,00 per year as part of cash payment will take in an automo bile, Ford preferred. 12-8-3t 6 P. E. YOUNG KOOXSFOSSKHT FOR RENT—Good, warm, furnished room down twn. Phone 400W. ^i2-7-3t FOR RENT—Three rooms for light housekeeping all modern' with kitchen stove furnished or unfur nished. 803 7th St. 12-7-6t FOR KENT—Nicely furnished room. Pjiono $87.: l^€4t FOA. REWT—Office room fine loca tion light and heat furnished *12 per month. Apply Bismarck Sign Co., jftii Broadway. 12-6-6t FOR AENT—Modern furnished room, at 114 Broadway. Phone 332L. 12-6-:U FOR :RENT—Furnished room mod ern. 312 8th St. Phone 432L. FOR. AENT—Furnished room oil modern hot water heating 814 Ave* B. 12-5-6t FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms with or without board. Mrs. Rohrer, 620 £th St. 12 5-6t FOR RENT—Idght housekeeping room, 422 Twelfth street. Phone 494TJ 12-4-6t FOR RENT—Six, three and four rooms, on Ninih St. So. Phone 34tL. 12-6-3t FOR RENT—Furnished front room furnace heat. 216 2nd St. Phone 88R. 12-7-3t FOR~RENT^Large room suitable for two gentlemen. 400 4th St. 12-2-6t FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call Sunday or evenings. 1100 ^Broadway. Phone ri9¥. 12^2-4t FOR "RENT—Two rooms with board also hoard without room. 208 Tkay er. Phtae 389K. 11-10-lmo Fol RENT—Strictly motfern room. Gentlomon pre#rrod ?»8 Are. A. ii-14-imo -V Homan's 12-5-9t D—Good cook must be. ex* perienced and neat for hotel work also, experienced dining room girl. Waldemar Hotel. Anamoose, X. O. _l%2-«t WANTED—Girl for general house'* work highest wages. Call at Sll Washington Ave., or phone-Vt. 11^8-12t POSITIONS YIIXKID POSITION WANTED—By school girl with private family. Phone 4O0X. :v-. F. E,jrouNa. ^^sr £0!t RifiTs#*- room.-'modern •*'odse Well located.t.$5ft.O0i MR 8ALE—15,000 ftetes on crop paytaentg lit various parts 1 FOR SALE—Se veral real bar ffains In qgartetftantf half sdc tions' in ^ip^i^'paift'a' county, selected fronr mylllfta coaimeiHlarirrb^rof the§$ «ff-» splendid investment. Landval 4 nes wiU-increase'25 percent in 1917 and now is the tinjtfip in-v -'u'"' ilWVLMIIAlA up asoatray a^ aulnrast sdvertiao tie a*me wtthia tea dayaia eomaaewapapor. They vmet alaowithla ten dayeeefid notice otadTertteamect to tfcoeoanty aadt tor and *ad(h«r hyreflnterad mail to the *omalaalonar lot tfrieultareat Blesiieki X( you fal! to do thla. ara Hheiy to ft tato trouMa. J. H. HOLIHAN. FOR SALE—Am building anew house, 6 rooms and bath when finished 3 'bed rooms. If you are interested, call at once "and sep plan of hous'e and we can nshke alterations to suit. Price will be about $3,200 $1,400 cash. FOR SALE—Bungaloy of 7 rooms bedrooms east front modern thru* out good location. |4,300 terms. FOR SALE—New bungaipw of five rooms and iiath east front mod era. $3,000} ft^OO cahs.. J. H. HOUHAN Lucas Block A: Phone 745 WOMCWAWTBD WORK WANTED—Young lady with fair education wants work in the city. Write Tribune, No. 23., 11-10-lmo HARVEY HARRIS A CO. J.f. Jfckfon, Mgr. 320 ACRES—Iciose to town, with creek on'.both quarters good soil very fine f«r a man with stock. A real bargain. 160"ACRES—Good soil lies excep tionally well nicfi grovo of trees not far trom a loading station. A good piece of pnyperty that can be •'-bought at.a| low price. large list *o€ houfes and lots for p|e in all parts of, |he city. HARVCY'HAMlS A CO. 'T. MiPffl|T.T.AmOU» WANTED—To know who a trained nurse'iK. diplettai was delivered to by ^mlstake. to^ our delivery man.' A wonipt reply to this advertisement tiill be'appreciated.' Webb Broth ers. 12-8-3t FOR-JALE—Victrola And fine selic tion of records good as new $75 cash.s Phone 144X or call at 802 2nd St. 12-8-3t FOR SALE—Baby buggy, in first class condition. Phone 615L. 12-C-Ct FOR SALE—Good hay. Call 275K. FOR SALE—Second-hand piano. Big bargain for cash. Phone 432IK, ___from 9:00 to 12:00. 12.-8-6t A BARGAIN—iron safe for sale or trade, weight about 1500 lbs. Ad dress Lock Box 15, Eismarck. 12-8-jtt FOR SALE—One Chevrolet automo bile, used only six months one Ford touring car, all in good condi tion. A. F. Marquette, Bismarck S'team tiaundry. 12-6-5t FOR 8ALE—2: oil stoves and a piano in good condition reasonable. J. A. Haneyv 12-7-Ct F"0"R 8ALE—Cheap—quantity storm sash suitable for closing in porch. F._A, Snowies. i2L7-6t FOR &X&E—A pair of canary birds^ one a Hartz mountain singer also breedings cage. Call at 705 Sixth St. Phone-392. j2-7-3t FOR SALE—Baby carriage in first class condition. Phone 403X. 12-6-3t FOR SALE—One dress form, adjju'R* aible in twenty places. Phone 476K. iti-ti-oi FOR SALE—Milk, 12 qts. for $1.00: delivered anywhere in city. Phone 655L. 12-5-3t FOR SALE—Good, two-year-old cow manure, for lawns and gardens, de livered anywhere in the city. Phone 693. C. H. PherrUJ. 12-2-6t rrUJ. FOR SALE OR €x6«M.M6E-^or city property, a 191$ high class roadster. Write P. O Box 226. l2-5-12t EXCHANGE $47000 merchandise rent $50, including living rooms want $1500 cash, balance clear land or city rental at once. Magnuson Bros., Edgeley, N. D. 12-2-3t FOR~SALE—Ford'truck.at a bargain good as new. Address Ed Dalbec, 217 So. 5th St., Bismarck. 12-2-6t FOR SALE—If taken at once, will sell cheap, one farm outfit consisting of a J. I. Case 10-20 gas tractor, togeth er with set of three battom power lift plows, complete with Stubble and breaker bottoms, and one eight foot Minnesota binder, used thiB season only. Write 216 Ave. C., or call at -Farmers tTnion' Mercantile Co., Bismarck. N. D. l2-l-4t TCtt SXl£ OR EXCHANGE—For farm land, a 7-room house, located in the residence section of Mandan. unencumbered. Woifld be willing to assume sqme encumbrance on the land. Address J. M. Hackney, Hackney Biulding, St. Paul, Minne sota. 12-l-12t NEWSPAPER PLANT FOR~SALE— A first-class equipped newspaper plant located in western Minnesota. Season (or selling—wish to retire from the newspaper business. Ad dres Tho TJ\nflight, Tiarnrsvillp. Minn. 12-5-3t LIBERTY LOOKS This is how the great Bartholdi sta tu© of liberty, in New York barbor, looks in her new robe of white light. President Wilson touched the button that lighted the statue from base to torch, while a squadron of battleships played their searchlights upon it Heretofore only the torch at the top was lit-at night. ESTIRAY NOTICE—One black nufre, with white stripe in forehead, weight about 1100 lbs. one black gelding, with white star in fore head, weight about 1300 lbs. on# tbay gelding, with two white hind l(Bgri, weight about 1200 lbs. John Pleinis, Pcttibone, Kidder County, 'N. D.' f2-C-12t LOST AXD FOUND LOST—$15 in bills Tuesday afternoon down town, probably on Main or F6urth Sts. Return to Trilune for Reward. 12-8-& •0UBE8 FOB RENT FOR RENT—Furnished 6-room bung alow modern hot and cold water bath, etc." Phone 672X. 12-5-6t D. T. OWEFJS A CO. FOR SALE—160-acre, very choice farm, on easy terms. Only $1,000 cash required. Balance on long time with low rate of interest. FOR SALE—Six-room, modern house with full basement. Furnace heat, light and water bath. Price, $3,000. Only $1,200 cash required to swing deal. VERY CHOICE 50-foot lot for sale, on Twelfth street east front water and sewer in street. WANTED TO RENT—By December 1st modern 7-room house. Farm and City Loans. D. T. OWENS A AI:ove CO. NOTICE'AND CITATION, HEARING OF FINAL ACCOUNT AND DIS TRIBUTION OF ESTATE. State of North Dakota, County of BUrloigh. In County Court, Before Hon. H. C. Bradley, .liidge. In the Matter of the Estate of Hiram NeilL Deceased. /H. E. Scott, Administrator, with the Will Annexed, Petitioner, vs. Ella J. Neil), Hazel Neill. Annie L. Xeill, Georgia Xeill, iMary iR. New ell, lliss Hartwell, Mrs. Robert P.cfedorf, and Foo Chow Hospital, (•"oo Chow, China, Respondents* *11. State of North Dakota to the Named Respondents: •You, the said respondents, and each of you, are hereby n6tified that the final account of the Administratrix, with the will annexed, in North Dako ta, of Hiram Neill, late of the City of San Gabriel, in tfie County of Dos Angeles and State of California, De ceased, has been rendered to this Court therein showing that tho estate of said deceased, in North Dakota is ready for final settlement and distri bution, and petitioning that her.ac count 'be allowed, the residue of said estate be distributed to the persons thereunto entitled, her administra tion' closed and she be dischargee that Friday, the 5th day of January, A. D. 1*817, at ten o'clock in the fore noon of that day, at the court rooms of this. Court in the court house, in the City of .Bismarck, County of But leigh and State of North Dakota, has been dtriy appointed by this Court for the settlement thereof, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions, in writing, h» said account and petittion and contest the same. And you, the above named respond* ents, and each of you, are hereby'cit ed and required then and' there to be and appear before this Court, and show "cause, if any you have, why said account shall not be allowed, the residue of said distri .'jced, the admin istration of said catr.te closer! and said Administratrix be discharged. Dated the 23rd day of November, A. D. 1916. By the Court. H. C. BRADLEY, Judge of the County^ Court. .T^ot tho foregoing citation ibe serv ed by publication in the Rismarck BISMABCK DAILY TRIBUNE PIAHO AMD VOCAL LESSONS Special Rates Given Phone 627X 313 Fourth St. MIS8E8 CORNELL and BRADY BANNER HOUSE Room and Board by Day $1.00 By the Week. $7.00 Boarding Stable for Horses in Connection 104 MAIN 8T. BISMARCK ['y" ftijfllje Stenograjfter tfttt^iccurate Work MRS, $: B. SHORT, JR. ••f McKen^ie .Hotel Howl 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. »«r Let Me Install an Electric Light Plant in Your'Town like W. hear from any parties located in a town or city efta populatm from 900 to 2000 people who want a first class' jHectric Lignt^Plant installed. Drop me a line and I will call on you. Address "25" .i REPAIRED AND REBUILt,: Bismarck Auto Radiator Works 109 Third Street Bismarck, N. D. COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Store PHONE 358 Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in the Northweet L. E. Larson 4M Main Straat Daily Tribune, published at Bismarck, North. Dakota, once each week for four successive weeks. iH. C. BRADLEY. Judge of the County Court. Miller, Zuger & Tlllotson, Attorneys, Bismarck, N. D. —, Franklin Objccta Seriously. She isn't very large, that's true, bat being a county seat,' and boasting of a CQllege, several factories, floair mills, railways, interurbans anl her lately acquired Masonic home, Franklin /oe!* tkat she is not a town to be passed lightly by,' in- fact, she knot's her im portance, and thought that, everyone 1* the state realized it -until slw wis taken down a bit lately. Purins the big conference of the churches held retenJly in the town a meeting of the Indianaitolis presbytery was in sessKtn at the same time at Hopewell, a country church in a pros perous farming community a few miles out. One of the Presbyterian delegates, on leaving the train joined in the throng headed for the Method ist church. 'When it came to .regis tering, some of his inquiries caused someone to suggest that probably he was in the wrong place, and he asked innocently: "Isn't this Hopewell?" "No, this is Franklin," was^lie proud reply.—Tinlianapolis News. HE ADVERTISERS .below will use more than 14,000 inches iir The Tribune in 1916 it's all concise, "instant at hand" information. Refer to the directory constantly. It appears every day. TAXI S. LAMBERT Capital Coffee House Coffee avid Soups a Specialty 302% Main Street Phone 497 E. B. FERGUSON, Prop. Bismarck Tribune. .. All Wdr| jiven a pressure test and delivered within Twenty. four Hours CORWIN MOTOR CO. BISMARCK, N. D. Jobbers LISTEN! LISTEN!! GIBSON Mandolins and Guitars on Easy Payments. See GEORGE E. BALL 319 2nd Street CITY LOTS DRAYING Freight and Baggage Carefully and Promptly Phone 395 Delivered J. A. GRINSTEINNER Office Rooms 1 and 2 Hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific Hotel ,, and Rebuilding sjKaciiaiwfl\f GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP. Repairing lamps, fenders tanks and Ifrp&mnfi 5 H. J. WAGNER Optical Specialist Eyr:i Tented and Glasses FREDERICK W. KEITH ARCHITECT Webb Block Auto Radiator Repairing Windshields JOHN BORTELL, 31p Main Street Phone W|U. AGENTS WANTED For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Piano*. O. W. COCHRANE, wholesale and Retail Distributor. Peck's Old Music Store COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAY B'im.D THE*. CORWIN typrQR'£a$mfim\ ND Steam Hdated Garage We can handle a limited number of cars for storage this winters Our fireproof garage is now heated with city steam, and nothing will freeze. Corwin Motor Co. CYLINDERS BEB0BED Fords $14 Other jobs in proportion Corwin Motor Co. Bismarck, N. D. vit^^ARTSA^4/A»/i ^CTQltY ^oi^wiri MOTOR CO .tStSHAKKfl.O Transfer & storage We have unequaled facilities for moving, storing and shipping household goods. Careful, experi enced men alto retail lea and wood. Wachter Transfer Comp» Phone 62 No. 202 Fifth 8t. Henry Burman "The 8hoe Hoepital Man'1 Is still at tho same old stand with hi* electric shoe REPAIR outfit. Plenty of competent help and can do YOUR work while yon wait Broadway Between 4th and 6th StreeH Undertaking- Embalming Licensed Embalmer In Charga Day Phone BO Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Building RENTS FARM LANDS C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING SKATE SHAKPENING Phone 731. IIS Rosier Bi. SEVEN Telephone Number 533 Office Hours 9 to 12 and 1 (o 5 Fitted, also Classes Changed and Renewed BISfjAKCK. N. D. P. fl. TAXI 27 Phone Phone 449 L. E. SMITH Auto itadislcr Kojialiinn Grand Pacific Building TERMS TO SUIT LITTLE'S SECOND-HAND STORE Will buy, sell and exchange or rent anything. Successor to Nolan's. Phone 791 or 132X. Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 46S Niflht Phone 717 A. W. CRAIG Licensed Embalmer In Charts S DRY CLEANING AX* DYK WOES* PHONE 394 III front Street We Call for and Deliver TAXI PHONE IDS Freight and Baggage DRAYING Clooten's Livery Buy Your Pictures From Tha CAPITAL ART CO. 46S (roadway Wa Guarantee Good Work and Prompt Delivery of Medalllona and Enlarged Portraite. An unuaually Large Selection of Mouldings for Framing. The Electric Shop B. K. SKEELS Everything Electrical Wiring Fixtures and Supplies Delco Farm Light Plants Phone 370 408 Broadway Old Hats Cleaned and Reblockcd EAGLE SHINING PARLOR Broadway •Hats Sent by Mail We Pay Postage Opposite Postoffice PIANO TUNING A. I. aornuui Work Gv&raatoftt Rasldenca 1001, Av§.