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POSITION WANTED—By experienc­
ed porter, Phone,, 593U,. 12-13-6t
iHm
ROOXBFOR RENT
FOfi~RENT—Nicely furnished front
room: Phone 687. 12-14-3t
FOR 'RENT—Modern furnished rooms,
319 Seventh St. 1215-3t
iFOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Call Sun
day^llOO Broadway. 12-l-5-2t
FR~ReNT—Furnished rooml
V%
No Advertisements Accepted "T. F." Till
*.'., Classified Ads—Cash in Advance*
No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock rm. :p
MOW ta AWWKK lUlit AM.
121 Mi signe* wit* Beaters or
Iklttalc. car* Tribune must be aa
Svored byletter addressed to the
feaabar £?en In the ad. Trlbuna «n
•toyes afocaot permitted to tell nho
aay advertiser la.. Mall orcend fair
pamr to Trlbuaa No. —-, and yrO
Mill forward it to the adTertlaer.
KELP WANTED' MAU
WANTED—Boy to deliver packages
Apply at TheJWonder store. 12-12-6t
WANTED-^-At onte
Tshort
order cook
for winter months. Garrison cafe.
Garrison, N. D. lg-12-12t
WANTED—One night cook, one asr
sistantday cook,.'two waitresses and
ope lady ..clerk,... at -Range &. Co.'s
Cafe and Bakery", formerly Atlantic
Cafe, Fifth St. -r -a m5-2t
•ELF WANTED FEMALE
WANTtU—A competent girl for gen
cral house work. Phone 516 or 924
Sixth St. ,l-2-12-6t
WANTED—Good Catholic housekeep­
er references required. Write' Tri
bune 44. 12-14-14t
WANTED—A cook .at HotelColehar
bor, N. Dak. 12-14-lmo
V/ANTEfD^Expefrenced
stenographer for
tion good wages,
bune.
competent
permanent post
No 38" care Tri
12-9-3t
re-vouNaff^
FOR RENT—4-room modern
house well located. $50.06.
•FOR SALE—15,000 acres on
(crop
payments in various parts
'of the county.
FOR SALE—Several real bar­
gains in Quarters and half sec­
tions in different parts of the
county, selected from my lists
of over 100,009 acres. I can re­
commend any one of these as a
splendid investment. Land val­
ues will Increase 25 percent in
1917 and no^is the time to in­
vest before jay
''tn$
Sale con­
tracts expire..
FOR SALtf—River^iew
%addi-
tion lots '«M' th«. best jpjl
cheapestvln |he ^ity for homos
or tevestajM^^ey are close
in lay iNU&jgljft size can be
had'on tt'sy terms and
buyers are'fully protected.
$300.00 to $660.00.
F, E. YOUNG: fU
First National Bank
3 PhoAes, No. 78.
POSITIONS WANTED
"fits'
St. Modern. 12 12-6t
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room
ill modern house. Write No. 43
care Tribune. 12-14-€t
FOR RENT—Warm,v dainty, furnished
room, in private home for one or
two young ladies. tOSWest Thayer.
12-12-3t
FOR RENT—Modern rooms for light
housekeeping 622 Third St. 12-8-Gt
FOR RENT—Light
rooms. 422 12th St.
housekeeping
Phone 494U.
12-13-6t
FOR RENT—Furnished room all
modern hot water heat. 814 Ave
B. Phone 384R. 12-13-1
mo
AO&M AND 60AftD—For two. Write
4l, care Tribune. 12-12-31
D. T. OWENS A CO.
Real Estate and Farm Loans
FOR SALE—At a bargain, two choice
50-ft. lots, facing south on Ave. A
must be sold before Jan. 1.
We have several 160 and 320 acre
tracts for salo on very oasy terms.
It. will pay yon to call and talk it
over with Us. Land values are en­
hancing every day.
FOR SALE—Oae-story 4-room cot­
tage south froat 75-ft. lot price
$1,500
cash, balance on easy
terms.
FOR SALE—Beautiful corner lot
close in magnificent corner for
apartment house or flats. 12-9-ff
City A Farm Loans. Insurance.
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
MERCHANTS CREDIT COMPANY
OF NORTH DAKOTA.
WANTED—Cashier for new country
bank.
Experienced manager of farm mort­
gage loan office. $1200 to start.
Bank bookkeeper, German, some ex­
perience or schooling needed. $60.
Beginning stenographer for bank.
$40.00 to start.
BISMARCK, N. Dak.
ESTRAY NOTICE—One black mare,
with white stripe in forehead,
weight About 1100 l5s. one black
gelding, with white star in fore­
head, weight about 1300 lbs. one
ibay gelding, with two white hind
legs, weight about 1200 lbs. John
iTIeinia, IVttibono, Kidder County,
N. D. 12^12t
'L
AOVIRTItl KTWAY ANIMALS
lay fersoti taklngapaa eetray aal
mat mutt advertise the game within
tea day* la some newspaper. Thar
mut alao within tea days Mad aotlee
of ^advertisement to the county audi­
tor aad another by registered mail
to the 4Mdwiwtonor ot^atrteattm at
Bismarck. yon fall to fto tfcl* ywt
are' likely to get into trouble.
WORK WANTED
WANTEB-Work by the hour, by a
woman. Phone 611L. 1244-3t
WANTED^Employment have-had
experience in grocery and^wholesale
produce business in Twin Cities
What have you? Phone 44S or
414X. 12-12-3t
WANTED—Work. Colored woman
want's to take care of dinner parties
and receptions also, to go out
working by the day. Phone 732 L.
1212-6t
WANTED—Work, by married man,
who works from 6:00 to 12:00 at
,.... night.. Wants steady work during
afternoons. Address No. 40, trib­
une. 12-12-6t
J. H. HOLIHAN
FOR SALE—Bungalow five rooms
and bath fuH basement. 13,000.
FOR' SALE—House'of'five rooms and
'bath close In east front. $2,200.
Will take attto (Ford preferred) up
to $300 as part payment.
J. H. HOLIHAN
Lucas Block Phone 745
LOST AMD FOUND
FOUND—Two keyB on Broadway be­
tween 5th and 6th owner can have
same by calling at Tribune and pay­
ing for this advertisement. 12-14-3t
XOUBEi
HARVEY HARRIS CO.
J. P. Jackson, Mgr.
320 ACRES—Close to town, with
creek on both quarters good soil
very fine for a man with 6tock. A
real bargain.
160'ACRES—Good soil lies excep­
tionally well nice grove of trees
not far from a loading station. A
good piece of property that can be
bought at a low price.
A large list of houses and lots for
sale in all parts of the city.
HARVEY HARRI8 A CO.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—«B$by uggy, in first-clasp
condition. -Phone 613L,
FOR"8ALE—Fumed~oah dlning room
suit, 611 Front St. 12-15-3t
FOR_8ALE—French poodles. Phone
325X. 12-15 3t
FOR SALE—Dining, table, china-clos­
et, center table, electric piano.
lamp, etc. 223 4th tS. 12-14-:'t
help, address. Employment Depart­
ment, Merchants Credit Company,
Bismarck, N. D. 12-12-6t
FOR SALE—Lady's fur lined coat
black martin collar big bargain.
Fur store. 418 Broadway.* 12-13-jt
FOR SALE—Pure strained honey at
wholesale price. Phone 654R.
12-12-it
FOR SALE—Mrs. Night is taking
Xmas orders for embroidered white
felt booties and Mary Jane aprons.
_Call at '518_ Sixth St. 12-12-3t
FOR SALE—One young cow will
soon be fresh. Phone Harry Clougb,
534Z.
X~~BAH^TFN=rRcFN S"AFE FOR
SALE OR TRADE—Weight about
1500 lbs. Address tack Box 14,
Bismarck. 13-12-3t
FOR SALE—Three .suits, size 40,
used, in fair condition one worn
only a few times and overcoat, size
40, good as new. Hurry. Klein the
Tailor. 12-1 l-4t
FOR SALE—Second-hand piano. Big
-bargain for cash. Phone 432K,
from 9:00 to 12:00.
12-8-6t
FOR SALE OR"EXCHANGE—For city
property, a 1916 high class roadster.
Write P. O. Box 226. 12-5-12t
WM SALE 6ft EXCHAN66—i-W
farm land a 7-room house* located
in the residence section of Mandan.
unencumbered. Would toe willing
to assume some encumbrance on
the land. Address J. M. Hackney,
Ilacknoy TTiulding, St. Pan', Minne­
sota, 12-l-12t
v^:-rT'•-
FOE BEET
FOR RENT—Modern six-room house,
with bath. 41J 12th St. 1244-6t
FOR R^NT—Furnished ti-room house",
modern after JaA: 1st. Apply P.
O. Box 119. Phone 594 1M2-6t
FOR RENT—Modern"house well fur-'
.-Dished tofitprq ot three months
$3&"ttf tICsliahlO'-paltJr. -Phone"*4M
W. 12-14-3t
SALESMEN WANTED
rfD—
consumer, on commission basis, gro­
ceries, oils and paint for the best
and oldbst Chicago house. -Write
Harder' Bros. Co., Chicago* 111.
12-l4*lmQ
n•
NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS.
The annual meeting of the share­
holders of the City National Bank of
filsmafck. for the election of. direct­
ors and other business, will be held in
the bank rooms, Bismar k, North Da­
kota, Tuesday, January 9, 1917, at
nine o'clock a. m.
J. A. GRAHAM,
a
NOTICE AND CITATION, HEARING
OF FINAL ACCOUNT AND DIS­
TRIBUTION OF ESTATE.
State of North 'Dakota, County of
Burleigh.
In County Court, 'Before Hen. H. C.
Bradley, Judge.
In the Matter of the Estate of Hiram
Nelll, Deceased.
ii. E. Scott, Administrator, with the
Will Annexed, Petitioner,
vs.
Ella J. Neill, Hazel Neil!, Annie L.
•Neill, Georgia Neill, Mary iR. New
ell, Miss Hartwell, Mrs. Robert
Reisdprf, and Foo Chow Hospital,
Foo £how, China, Respondents.
The State of North Dakota to the
Above Named Respondents:
You, the said respondents, and each
of you, are hefeby notified that the
final account of the Administratrix,
With the will annexed, in Nofth Dako-.
ta, of iliram Neill, late of the City' of
San Gabriel, in the County of Los
Angeles and State of California, De­
ceased, has been rendered to this
Cpurt, therein showing that-the estate
of said deceased, in North Dakota is
ready for final settlement and distri­
bution, and petitioning that lier ac
cpunt 'be flowed, the residue of said
estate be" distributed' to the persons
thereunto entitled, her administra­
tion closed and she be discharged
that Friday, the 5th diay of January,
A. D. 1917, at ten o'clock-Jn 'the fore­
noon of that day,- at: the cotatt rooms
of this, Court in the court house, in
the City of Bismarck, County of Bur­
leigh and State of North Dakota, has
been duly appointed by this Court'for
the settlement thereof, at which time
and place any person interested in
said estate may appear apd file hia
exceptions, in writing, to said account
and petittion and contest the same.
And you, the above named respond­
ents, and each of you, are hereby cit
jd 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 distributed, the admin
istration of said estate closed 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.
Let the foregoing citation be serv­
ed by publication in the Bismarck
Daily Tribune, published at Bismarck,
North Dakota, once each -week for
four successive weeks.
Ii. C. BRAiDDEY,
Judge of the County Court.
Miller, Zuger & Tlllotson,
1
Attorneys, Bismarck, N. D.
NOTICE OF REAL E8TATE MORT
GAGE FORECLOSURE SALE.
-'-NotRe is hereby given that that
that certain mortgage made, executed
and delivered by Charles W. Clarke,
a widower(-martgagor, to Interstate
Securties Company, a corporation,
mortgagee, dated the 16th day of Aug­
ust, 19|09, and filed for record in the
office of the Register of Deeds,. Bur­
leigh County fNoiirth Dakota, on' the
14th day 6f September, 1909, at 1
m., and duly recorded in book Eighty
nine (89) of Mortgages, at page Twen
ty-six (26), which said mortgage was
thereafter by an instrument in writ­
ing duly assigned by Interstate Secur­
ities Company, a corporation, to Ern­
est R. Moore, which said assignment
was filed for record in the Office of
tho Register of Deeds, aforesaid, on
the 24th day of September, 1909, at 9
a. m., duly recorded in Book Thirty
three (33) of Mortgages, at page two
hundred nlnety-eigbt (298) and which
said mortgage was thereafter by an in­
strument in writing duly assigned by
the skid Ernest R. Moore, to Inter­
state Securities Company, a corpora­
tion. said assignment being -filed ,-for
record in the- office of. the. Register, of
Deeds aforesaid, on the i7th day of
November, 1916, $1 3 p.' m., and duly
recorded in Booh'.Thirty-three (33) of
Mortgages at page three hundred
jflfty-seven.(357)#,
said .Interstate Se­
curities Company being now the own­
er and holder thereof, will be foreclos­
ed by a Bale of the premises in such
mortgage and hereinafter described
at the front door of the Court House
in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North
Dakota, on Saturday, the 13th day of
January, A. D. 1917, at 2 o'clock in
the afternoon of said day.
The premises named in such mort­
gage and which will be sold to satisfy
the same are described as fellows, to
wit: the Southwest Quarter (SW%)
of Section thirty-five (35) in TORp-
North, Range Seventy-nine (79) West
of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Bur­
leigh County, NOrth Dakota.
The said assignee has paid certain
aums. to-wit:
Interest due on' a prior lion, which
together with interest thereon will on
the day of sale amount to the sum of
Two hundred nineteen and 66-100 Dol­
lars ($219.66), which* is included in
the sum hereinafter stated to be due
at the date of sale.
Therf will be due~on such mortgage
at the .-date of sale the, sum of Two
hundred seventy-four and 56-100 Dol­
lars ($274.56) besides attorney's fees
and costs of this foreclosure.
Dated at Bisamrck, North Dakota,
this 28th'day of November, A. D. 1916.
INTERSTATE SECURITIES CO.,
Assignee.
LINDE & MURPHY,
Attorneys for Assigneo,
Bismarck, N. D.
12-1-8-15-22-29-5)
ANNUAL ELECTION OF DIRECTORS
BISMARCK BUILDING LOAN
ASSOCIATION.
The annual election of directors of
this association will he held at the of
fice of the secretary in room T1 ia the
First National Bank buildng, Bis­
marck. North Dakota, on January 8th,
1917, from 7:30 p. m. to 9:00 p. m.
F. L. CONKLIN,
Secretary.
Seat sale for the oporas now on at
Finney's.
BISMARCK BAH.Y TRIBUNE
Li. E. SMITH
SQ93?.
coleHans
New and Seeofid Hand Store
PHONE 358
c''
109 Third Street Bismarck, N. D.
Shoes Repaired
Eost Equipped Shop in the
Northwtvt
L. E Larsoh
4M Rain Mrwt
GRAND FOKKS WOMEN TO
KBME31KKK BOJtlElt IIOYS
Grand Forks, N*. D., —Every
Grand Forks soldier at the Mcxicun
border will receive an individual box
of Christmas goodies, tho gift of
Grand Forks women.
The shipment to Mercedes went for­
ward last evening, over'a hundred of
them.
A crisp new $1 bill is also enclosed
in each box.
Choicest culinary triumphs of Grand
Forks are included in the Christmas
boxes.
CATHOLIC ORDKK FOKESTEKS
JIEET AT JAMESTOWN
Jamestown, N. I)., Dec. 15—Officers
elected Tuesday evening by the Wom­
an's Catholic Order of Foresters are
as follows: Chief ranger, Mrs. John
Glass vice, Mrs. W. V. Wicks secre­
tary, Mrs. Walter Spokesfield ,* finan­
cial secretary, Mrs. J. T. Tracy treas­
urer, Mrs. Art
O'Moarn!
"trustees, Mrs.
J. P. Duffy, Mrs. A. Walsh ami
Mrs V. J. Wilmart musician, Miss
Mary Mason medical examiner. Dr.
Helena K. Wink. Mrs.. Glass was re­
elected chief ranger and was chosen
as delegate to the triennial conven­
tion of the order to be held ill Mil­
waukee the coming summer. Mrs.
Spokesfield is alternate.-
KAILKOAD CASES STILL
BEFOR E DISTRICT CO HIT
Jamestown, N. D. Dpc, 15—The
iii.se
of Gertrude Knauf and John G. Uu
denski vs. the Northern Pacific rail­
road had not been decided up to a
late hour this afternoon. The case
Is one involving damages for prairie
fires set by. the railroads. "The rail­
roads admit being responsible for the
fires, making the only difference the
amount of damages that they should
pay
TRIED TO IMITATE HIS
BROTHER—BADLY BCKNED
Berthold, X. D.. IJec. 15—When
Ben Osted .four years old, tried
t6 imitate his older brother, he
polled a cigarette of newspaper
and lit it. being badly burned
about the face and neck. The
loosely rolled paper quickly ig
nited and caught his clothing.
His face wyi be disfigured.
•.'B0W*«M.frww«fa*fi8'*^ ii¥kft)7ir»7Tjri ijtf»iira«4wi^Mi^^
Kutliuloi
Jippnirinc
Let Me (install an^ Electric Light Plant
in Your Town
I would like to hear from any parties looated in a town or
city of a population from 500 to 2000 people vrb9 want a first
class Electric Light Plant installed. Drop me a line and I will
call on you.
Address "25" Bismarck Tribune.
REPAIRED AND REBUILT
All work given a pressure test and delivered within Twenty.
vfir 'four Hours
Bismarck Auto Radiator Works
'HE] ADVERTISERS below will use more than 14,000 inches in The
Tribune in 1916 it's all concise, "instant at hand" information. Refer
to the directory constantly. It appears every day.
TAXI
Phone 5"jT
S. LAMBERT
Capital Coffee
House
Coffee and Soups a Specialty
302% Main Street
Phone 497
E. B. FERGUSON, Prop.
CORWIN MOTOR CO.
BISMARCK, N. D.
Jobbers
LISTEN! LISTEN!!
GIBSON
Mandolins and Guitars on Easy
Payments.
See
GEORGE E. BALL
319 2nd Street
D&AYING
Freight and Baggage
Carefully and Promptly
Phone 395 Delivered
Office
Rooms 1 and 2
Hughes Building
Opposite
Grand Pacific
Holel
H. J. WAGNER
Optical
Specialist
Eyc:i Tested and Glasses Fitted, also
Classes Changed and Renewed
BISMARCK. N. I).
FREDERICK W. KEITH
ARCHITECT
Webb Block
Phooc 449
Auto Radiator Repairing
and Rebuilding
GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP. Repairing lamps, fenders tanks and
Windshields
JOHN BORTELL, 316 Main Street Phone 756
W|
LL BUILD
AGENTS WANTED
For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Pianos.
G. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor.
Peck's Old Music Store Grand Paciflo Buildin#
COMPLETE LINE ON DI8PLAT TERMS TO SUIT
CORWIN MOTOR CO. N.D.
Steam Heated
Oarage
We can handle a limited
number of cars for storage this
winter. Our fireproof garage
is now heated with city steam,
and nothing will freeze.
Corwin Motor Co.
CYLINDERS REBORED
Fords $14
Other jobs in proportion
Corwin Motor Co.
Bismarck, N. D.
S^OfiY
SERVICE
^o'RWirt.i^V6jr6 n'Cd. A*o t\
Transfer & storage
We have uncqualed facilitiea for
moving, atcririfl and shipping
household goods. Careful, experi­
enced men also retail Ice and
wood.
Wachttr Transfer Compi
Phone 82 No. 202 Fifth St,
Henry Burman
"The 8hoe Hospital Man'"
Is itiU at tho same old stand
with his electric shoo REPAIR
outfit. Plenty of competent
help and oan do YOUE work
while you wait.
Broadway
Between 4th and 6th Streets
Undertaking- Embalming
Licensed Embalmer In Charge
Day Phone SO Night Phone 687
WEBB BROTHERS
Bismarck Realty Company
Bismarck Bank Building
CITY LOTS RENTS FARM LANDS
J. A. GRINSTEINNEE
C. W. HENZLER
TIRE VULCANIZING
SKATE SHARPENING
Phono 711. Ill Roisef Ii
LITTLE'S
•$ .• [_ I
SEVEN .li:|: v'C:
Telephone Number
533
Officc Hours
9 to 12 and
1 to 5
P. M.
BANNER HOUSE
Room and Board by Day $1.00
By the Week $7.00
Boarding St'ablc for Horses in
Connection
104 MAIN ST. BISMARCK
SECOND-HAND
STORE
Will buy, cell and exchange or rent
anything. Successor to Nolan's.
Phone 794 or 132X.
UndertakingParlors
A. W. Lucas Company
Day Phcne 465 Night Phono 717
A. W. CRAIG
Licensed Embalmer In Charge
Barbie's
DRY CLEANING ANJ
DYE WOE
PHONE 394
M9 Front Itrwl
We Call for and DtUvw
TAXI
PHONE 109
Freightand Baggage
DRAYIN6
Clooten's Livery
Buy Tour Picture* From The
CAPITAL ART CO.
4M Broadway
We Guarantee Good Work and
Prompt Delivery of Medallions and
Enlarged Portrait*. An unusually
Large Selection of Mouldings for
Framing.
The Electric Shop
B.
K.SKEEL8
Everything Electrical
Wiring Fixtures and Supplies
Delco Farm Light Plants
Phone 370 408 Broadway
Old Hats Cleaned and Reblocked
EAGLE SHINING PARLOR
Broadway
Hats Sent by Mail
We Pay Postage
Opposite Postoffice
PIANO TUNING
A.
somuui
t.
Work Giaramtoit,
R«sl4«ne« 1002, Av«.

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