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FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1917
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED—Young man to work in
paint shop chances for advance­
ment. Missouri Valley .Motor Co.
4-23ilt
WANTED—Young man and young
lady. Cowan's drug store. 4-20-tf
WANTED—Dishwasher man or wo­
man. Atlantic Cafe. 4-&6-3t
WANTED AT ONCE—A blacksmith.
One that can handle plow work.
Will pay good wages for a good
man. Call or write Herbert Bailey,
Regan, iN*. D. 4-16-6t
WANTED—Messenger boy, at the
Western Union. Call at office.
3-27-tf
CIVIL SERVICE examinations Bis~
marck, May Dtli, Men, women desir­
ing clerkships, iPostoffice, Govern­
ment Departments, Railway Mail,
Rural Carrier, Stenographer, write
for free particulars to J. C. Leonard,
(former Government Examiner).
Kenois 131dg„ Washington. 21 It
WANTED—Manager. Au old estab­
lished commercial house wants a
chain of general stores jn western
Mrs. Fred .Tenner, Hazelton, iX. D.
4-27-3t
WANTED—Chambermaid and night
cool{.{ Atlantic Cafe. 4-25-3i
WAN^fD—Dining room girl. 215 5th
St., iManijarin Cafe. 4-24-12t
WANTED—Girl or woman for house­
work. Phone 737K. 4-23-6t
WANTED—Competent girl for gener­
al housework, family bf three. Ap­
ply Mrs. George Will, 323 Third St.
4-20-Gt
WANTED—(lirl, for general honse
work. Good wages. Phone 93.
4-16-31
HARVEY IIAltKIS & CO.
J. 1'. Jackson, Mgr.
FOR SALE—Entirely modern 7-room
house very desirable location. Can
be sold for $4,200.
FOR SALE—A new 5-room house
modern except heat right down
town. Price, $2,900.
FOR SALE—One of the last, desira­
ble down town lots on Sixth street
water and sewer on lot cheap, at
$950
11AKYEY HARMS & CO.
POSITION WANTED
POSITION WANTED—Bank
for several years familiar with
grain business and accounting al­
so Notary Public, desires to make
a change. Address, Noumber 14,
care E'ismarck Tribune. 4-27-3t
WANTED—.Position by lady stenog­
rapher. 142, care Tribune. 4-2l5-3t
POSITION WANTED
FOR SALE—Eight-room house, with 75 feet front and large barn, 4 blocks
from postoflice. Price $G,300. Terms, $2,000 or better cash, balance
reasonable will trade for McLean county land.
FOR SALE—Eight-room modern house, with full basement, bath, electric
lights, furnace, fireplace and garage, in west part of city. Price, $4,600.
Terms, $1,200 cash, balance at $50 per month, interest included.
FOR SALE—Modern six-room cottage, with full basement and garage in
the very best part of city. Price, $4,200. Terms, $2,000 cash, balance
reasonable terms.
FOR SALE—Six-room modern house,.with hot water furnace and full
basement, near North Ward school. Price, $4,400. Terms, $2,000, bal­
ance reasonable.
FOR SALE—Modern S-room house, with range and hot air furnace, 3
blocks l'rom Court House. A bargain, for $3,200, cash.
FOR SALE—An up to date S-room modern house, with hardwood floors,
oak finish downstairs, fireplace, gas range, on Tu-I'oot lot, facing east,
near capitol. Price, $5,250. Terms, $2,250 cash, balance on reasonable
terms.
FOR SALE—Two modern bungalows in the northeast part of city. Prices,
$2,500 to $2,700. Cash payments and terms reasonable.
Lots in all parts of the city for sale at reasonable prices and on
easy terms.
F. E. Young to I Estate ©oimpan^
Tel. No. 78 Offices in First National Bank Building
North Dakota. They want to em­
ploy managers and prefer those of
local acquaintance, and if speaking
German sjo .ijiuch the better. Ad­
dress Xo: .1.46, care Tribune. 4,27.fit
HELP WANTED FEMALE^
WA'NTWb~^-Two dishwashers. Van
Horn Cafe. 4.-2T-12
W ANTED—Girl for general house
work. Ave. B. 4-2G-tf
WANTED—First class waitress at
the Home restaurant. Phone to
Experienced
stenographer wants steady posi­
tion. Can furnish best of refer­
ences. Address, Rachel Stephens,
Mansfield, S. D. 4-23-6t
DRESSMAKING
DRESSMAKING
to be done at home
or go out by day. 310 Seventh St.
Phone 325K. 4-2l-l2t
WAFJTID
524X.
Dressmaking. Phone
WANTED—Dressmaking
at reaaon-
able prices. Room 41!), Van Horn
Hotel. 4-12-20t
SALESMEN WANTED
SALESMAN—to
call on jobbers and
retailers, selling the well-known
Skat Soap and Skat Kleanser. All
or part time, or sideline. Highclass
profitable work for industrious and
capable salesman. Write the Skat
Company, Hartford, Conn.
7-9-10-12-15-17-19-22-2 4
SALESMEN WANTED—If
you de­
sire an outside position, write at
once for terms. Liberal commis­
sions and a cash advanco on or­
ders. Albanv Nurseries. Firnt .Na­
tional Bank Bldg., Albany, Ore^J.
Bismarck Realty Cor
D. 1\ OWENS & CO.
Farm Lauds, City Property, loans
and insurance.
FOR SALE—Modern
St.' B. F. Flanagan. 4-25-St
FOR "RENT—Large! modern, front
room. Ladies preferred. 47 Thayer
St._ Phone 44-QK^ 4-25-3t
FOR RENT—Five modern unfurnish­
ed housekeeping roomj. 422 12th
St. 4-2.1-Gt
FOR RENT—Large, modern furnish­
ed front room good locality close
in. 4-25-3t
FOR RENT—Large room with hot
and cold water and bath privileges.
Call_223 secondJSt. 4-21-Ct
FOR RENT—Beautifully decorated
room in modern home. Phone 459R.
4-18-lmo
FOR RENT—Modern
rooms 620 Sixth St.
%v»-»5r »A4 iv
USE THIS WANT AD PAGE AND
four-room bun­
galow, with bath full basement
hot ajr furnace east front lot 50x
150. Price, $2,450 part cash and
terms on balanco.
FOR SALE—Modern
five-room bun­
galow bath full basement east
front lot 50x150. Price, $2,900
$1,000 cash and terms on balance.
FOR SALE—Six-room
bungalow
bath full basement lot 100x150.
Price, $4,000: one-half cash.
SECTION OF LAND—In
Oliver coun­
ty tiO per cent tillable. Price, $15
per acre $3 per acre down and
long time on balance.
We also have a large list of choice
building lots.
1. T. OWENS & CO.
Bismarck, !.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room.
Mrs. A. N. Leslie, 422 4th St. 4-25-3t
FOR RENT—Furnished room for one
gentleman modern 506 Third St.
4-27-tf
FOR RENT—.Modern room, 621 6th
St. 4-25-1 mo
FOR RENT—Two furnished, light
housekeeping rooms. 200Va Main
furnished
4-17-1 mo
ROOMS FOR KENT—Steam heated,
electric lighted, furnished rooms
in the College Building. Reason
able rent. 4-14-lmo
FOR RENT—Newly furnished rooms.
46 Main St. Phone 672R. 4-11-lmo
FOR RENT—Pleasant modern rooms
for light housekeeping 622 Third
street. Phone 132R. 3-18-lmo
FOR RENT—Room and board 212
Third St. Phone 438. 3-1-1 mo
J. H. HOLIHAN.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
FOR SALE—'House
cashier
bargain at $1700.
FOR 8ALE—Four
of 9 rooms, 4
bed rooms, modern from A to Z,
close in it would cost $6,000 to
build this house today lot Is
worth $160*0. For quick sale $5000,
$1400 cash.
FOR SALE—House
about 20 miles north of Bismarck.
$15 per acre. Terms.
FOR SALE—42
cach.
FOR IRENT
ran.
HALL FOR RENT
lots in one body. $7."
J. H. HOLIHAN.
Lucas Block Phone 7n5
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE—Seven-room house abso­
lutely modern, full cemented base­
ment, garage 16x18 cement floor,
together with 75 foot corner lot.
Property can be seen at 1029 Fifth
St. Price $38,00, terms. F. L.
Moule.
FOR SALE—Good, modern, 7-room
house. Inquire at McConkey Com­
mercial Co., 510 Broadway, for
terms.
FOR SALE—'Cottages
on monthly
payments. Land for sale on crop
payments. Inquire Dr. A. Schutt.
4-24-6t
FLATS FOR RENT
-Modern flat. J. K. Do
•4-27-6t
Bismarck Bank Bldg.
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED—-Doard and room by young
business man of good address. Will
pay $30.00 per month if walking
distance. Write 141, care Tribune.
LAUNDRIES.
COLORED hand laundry. Our motto,
good work and quick service. Call
313R and get our price. Mrs. S.
H. Thomas, proprietress. 4-26-Gt
HOUSES WANTED
WANTED TO RENT—Small house
at once preferably northeast part
of city. Phone 596X. 4-25-.lt
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
THREE SPLENDID BUSINESS open
ings in western North Dakota. Nel­
son JLand _Co., Dunn Center, N. D.
HOUSES FOR RENT
FOR RENT—iFourteen-room house,
modern, excellent condition well
located and suitable for fine family
boarding house. J. K. Doran.
4-27-6t
FOR RENT—iMay 1, modern -5-room
bungalow, partly furnished. Phone
838, mornings. 4-26-3t
MISCELLANEOUS
-Cfieap
FOR SALE—Cneap a new, live hun­
dred dollar soda fountain only run
3 months will sell at a bargain.
'Box 267, (Flasher, N. D. 4-27-St
fvR RENT—One-half of large office,
well located. Address 144, care
Tribune. 4-27-6t
FOR SALE—Case Gas Tractor, rat­
ed 20-40, with six bottom John
Deere plow. Ceo. D. Itrown Co., Bis­
marck. 4-20-6t
FOR-SALE—One Nichols-& Shepard
gas tractor, rated 20-40, with six
bottom plow. o. D. Brown Co.,
Bismarck. 4-26-Gt
FOR
SALE—Will sell very cheap
three steam radiators, as follows:
One eleven section HS-lnch high,
two column 44 feet, and two 22 sec­
tions 38-incli two column SX feqt
each. Mrs. Kppinger, Phono 333.
FOR RENT"Well located store
building at Mandan with or with­
out upstairs rooms tino opening
for restaurant or bakery. Cull cm
or address O. M. Larson, Mandan,
N. D. 4-25-51
FOR SALE—Six work horses, wagons
and harness. George 1). Brown Co..
Bismarck. 21 TL
FOR-SALE--One IlO-horsc cross-com­
pound Advance engine, used about
60 clays will trade land or .bank­
able papers. Cackle & Zugenhagcl,
Lelir, N. D. 4-23-9t
FOR SALE—Ivors and Pond plavcr
piano. Easy terms. No. 113, Trib­
une.
TO" BUY secondhand Ford runabout
with delivery body preferred, for
cash. Inquire Fifth Street Station­
ery.
FO R~SALE—75 feet on Seventh St.,
between Avenues E and F. Call
903 Seventh street. 4-21-6t
FOR SATE-FuTiTifure 517 Second
St. Phone 758.
WANTED—Bismarck rug cleaning
works now open. R. J. Anderson.
Phone 755. 4-19-1 mo
FOR SALE—Seed oats a lot of
Swedish Select oats, 1915 crop.
George I). Brown Co., Bismarck
4-17—mws
WANT"EDepasture land. Want to
lease quarter section pasture land,
fenced, with running water near
Bismarck. George D. Brown Co.,
Bismarck. 4-17-mws
^ANT TO BUY FORD CAR, in fair
condition. Address Uox 256, Bis­
marck, N. D. 4-17-mws
WANTED—Typewriter. Want to buy
standard type writer first-class
condition cheap, for cash. Box
256, Bismarck. 4-17-mws
FOR SALE—Orie~May tug, hand pow­
er, washing machine, one wringer
and folding wash bench. Call 719
!Jth St., or phone 596K. 4J20-6t
TF YOU HAVE A HOUSE OR LOT
or a vacant lot for sale, see J. J.
[Ryan, llaggart 15'ldg. Phone S52K.
4-13-1 mo
FOR SALE —Piano reasonable if tak­
en at once. Phone 520. 3-24-6t
MgMluwCalM
MtarTliw
on 10th street a
quarter sections
1tt PMTnUI
Jw4 e»rrl»«
'—.ri
KM
m4 Many Track CpiMM
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
LIKE YOU USE THE DICTIONARY OR THE TELEPHONE BOOK
IF. E. Yeung Real Estate Sompiny
TAXI
Phone 27
£i. E. SMITH
Machine Hemstitch
ing and Picoting.
MRS. M. C. HUNT
314 2nd St. PHONE 849
DRAYIIMG
Freight and Baggage
Carefully and Promptly
Phone 395 Delivered
J. A. GRINSTEINNER
CITY LOTS
Bismarck Realty Company
Bismarck Bank Building
Tire Prices
Smashed!!
DELAWARE
wrapped tread casings direct
from factory to user.
Smooth
$ 8.88
n.r.2
:.is
18.88
19.28
30x3
30x3
VJ
32x3
VJ
33x4
34x4
Non-Skid
$ i. 2:t
12.08
14.16
19.76
20.24
Mail us your check with or­
der today. Only in buying largo
quantities and selling direct lo
car owners, can we quote tlieso
low figures.
Cor win Motor Co.
Bismarck, N. 1).
LANDS
$20'JO will buy .^do'd quarter section,
8 miles from town on main lino
Northern Pacific railway and in
Burleigh county virgin prairie:
good soil a lew hundred dollars
will handle. Hurry, it' you are a
bargain hunter. Address 10.
Schultz, Steele. No. Dak. 4-2tj-5t
FOR-SALE—Flax-lands. Handy lo­
cations. Prices and terms reason­
able. Also, improved farms. D.
Bovnton, 121 Fourth St., Bismarck.
4-23-61
K:,000 AUK TO—eastern
Co., Calif.
Anything that a $1500 one-ton truck wilj do you can duplicate
with the Ford-Dearborn One-Ton Truck. Yet this truck
(combination of Dearborn Unit and Ford Chassis) costs only
a little more than one-third as much and operates at less
than one-third the expense.
The Dearborn Unit is so much stronger than other attach­
ments that it will carry 1!» tons easily.
A Ford ofdand $350 Makes a
This guaranteed One-Ton Track gives you a'I the economy of the Ford,,
all the simplicity, all the tKcicney—and Dearborn strength.
Tread of rear wheels standard, 56 inches, same ~s Ford front wheels.
Let us chow what the 'Ford-De'-born One-Ton Truck can do. It is
guaranteed. \Vi csn supply c::j kind of bod -. Call, write qr phone.
Dearborn Motor Truck Co- Chirina
CORWIN MOTOR COMPANY,
Dealers Wanted in Soutb
western North DakoU.
uawson coun­
ty, in famous lied water valley best
soil and water no crop failures:
easv terms. Write for booklet. II.
J. Maxfield. Terry Mont. 4-17-23
LAND NEAR BISMARCK
FOR SALE—On easy terms. $25.00
per acre. S. W. 1-4 Section 30,
Township 139, Range 79. A few
miles N. E. of Bismarck. Long time
given for payment. Alex. T. Gib­
son, P. O. Box 561, Chico, Butte
IrOftP-OMRMRN ONI TOMJ
n^arvriwv
BUSINESS
TAXI
Phone 57
S. LAMBERT
Shoes Repaired
Beat Equipped Shop in ihe
Northwait
L.
E.
Larson
4M Bain Street
C. W. HENZLER
TIRE VULCANIZING
Phone 725 812 Rosser Street
BENTS FARM LANDS
CORWIN MOTOR CO.
BISMARCK, N. D.
Jobbers
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Sealed bids lor the general con­
tract for the construction of the Bis­
marck Public Library will be receiv­
ed by the Hoard of Directors of the
Cisniarck Public Library until two
o'clock p. in. on the 1st day of May,
11)17. This contract will require the
complete cojislruction of this build­
ing, including heating plant, plumbing
and plumbing fixtures, electric wiring
and built-in furniture, complete and
finished, ready for occupancy not lat­
er than the 1st day of November,
1917, conformably to the plans and
specifications therefor prepared by F.
VV. Keith, architect. Plans and speci­
fications may be seen at the olflcc of
F. W. Keith, architect, or obtained
from the secretary of the Board of
Directors on and after the 9th day of
April, 1917. Knch proposal must be
accompanied by a certified check in
the Runi of Five Hundred Dollars
($500.00) endorsed or made payable
to the Hoard ol' Directors of
Bismarck Public JJbrary, as a
guaranty that the bidder will
enter into a contract for the per­
formance of work in accordance with
the bids submitted, within ten days
after the acceptance of tho bid, and
in case any bidder to whom such
contract shall be awarded fails or
refuses to enter int% such contract
the chock accompanying his bid shall
be retained by the Board of Directors
as liquidated damages for such fail­
ure.
The right is reserved to reject, any
or ail bids, or to accept or reject
any part of any bid, as may appear to
the best interests of the public,
Dated this 6th day of April, 1917.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 151S
murcl Public Library,
•By L. Secretary.
For first class shoe repairing
go to
Bismarck Shoe Hospital
H. BURMAN, Prop.
411 Broadway
Oltice
Rooms 1 and 2
llughes Building
Opposite
Grand Pacific
Hold
Battery Service
Loden's BatteryUhop
MEN'S DIRECTORY
H. J. V/AGNER
Optical
Specialist
Eyr» 1 cafed anJ Gla»«e« FitteJ, alio
GUmo
FREDERICK W. KEITH
ARCHITECT
Webb Block Phone 449
LITTLE'S OECOND-HAND STORK
Will buy, eell and exchange or rent
anything. Suceeieor to Nolan's.
Phone 794 or 1MX.
Here's Your
Chance
100 lots in the Flannery
Wcatherby addition illl be sold
on the following terms. Lots
sold at $60.00. $5.00 down and
$1.00 per •week.
The proposition will be open
to its purchasers for one week,
beginning April 9th. After Ap­
ril 14 these lots will be $100.00.
Frank. E. Hedden
WEBB BLOCK PHONE 0
PIANO TUNING
A. S. HOfFMAN
Work Guaranteed
Residence 002 It*.
The Electric Shop
&K.IEXELS
Everything Zlectricsl
Changed anil Renewed
BISMARCK. N. D.
AGENTS WANTED
I the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Piano*
G. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Diitribmter.
Peck's Old Music Store Grand Paeiflo Building
BUILD THE^
COR.WIN MOTOR.CO. &ISMA*VND
Reboring
Has your motor lost its pow­
er? Let us rebore the cylind­
ers and fit with oversize pis­
tons, on a new machine built
especially for that purpose. It
is not expensive and with poor
compression you are now wast­
ing gas enough to pay for the
job.
CORWIN MOTOR COMPANY
Bismarck, N. D.
FIREPROOF
STEAM HEATED
GARAGE
CORWIN MOTOR COMPANY I
Wiring Fixtures and Suppliei
Delco Farm Light Plants
Phone 370 408 Broadway
10S BROADWAY
M&HAKCK, N. 1).
R. S. ENGE
Graduate, Licensed and Experienced
Chiropractor
rTvou^Jlf you are sick and have tried everything and
NEEDJ|did not receive help, try Chiropractic—Spinal
«—Adjustments and get well
krojMwr# free.
Snite 14, Lucas Block Phone 260 Bismarck
Consultation
SEVfiw
Telephone Number
533
Office Hours
9 lo 12 and
1 to 5
P. M.
BANNER HOUSE
Boom and Board by Day $1.00
By the Week $7.00
Boarding Stable for Horses In.
Connection
104 MAIN ST.
COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAY TERMS TO SUIT
BISMAB0K
ndertakjng- Embalming
Licensed Embalmer in Charge
Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687
WEBB BROTHERS
Undertaking Parlors
A. W. Lucas Company
Day Phone 465 Night Phone 100
A. W. CRAIG
Licensed Embalmer in Charge
Barbie's
DRY CLEANING AND
DYE WORKS
PHONE 394
409 Front Street
Wc Call for and Deliver
TAXI
FHONE 105
Freightand Baggage
DRAYING
Clooten's Livery
"ur
Transfer & storage
We have unequaled facilities for
moving, storing and shipping
household goods. Careful, experi­
enced men alas retail lea and
wood.
Wachter Transfer Comp
Phone 12 No. 202 Fifth 8t
BISMARCK AUTO
RADIATOR REPAIR WORKS
Radiator Work Exclusively
109 Third Street Bismarck
FJOHN BORTELLl
[Sheet Metal and RadlatorWorks
Bismarck, N. D.|
Automoblle^^^^ Radiator
Repairing Rebuilding
and new cores put in. Lateat
up-to-date methods used for
testing and repairing. All
work given pneumatic and
vacuum test and delivered in
guaranteed condition prompt
ly. Second-hand Ford radia­
tors for sale and exchange.
Garage owners and distri*
butors write for aarticulars.
Hats Cleaned
& Re-blocked
Send your hat by parcel
post. Have it made
to
look like new.
Extra charge for new rib­
bons.
Guaranteed Work
Promptly Done
EAGLE HAT WORKS
Opposite Post Office
Bismarck -r
COLEMAN'S
New and Second Hand
^^Store
8scond Hand Ctothea
•old, Clothea Clew and
Hata Blocked and CleMad.
Carry a Line of New Qeeifc We
Bay all Klnda af Jmk.
PHONE SST, HOUSE PHONK «VK
OPPOSITE MCKENZIE HOTEL
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