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FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917.
F. E. Young Real Estate Company FOR SALE—Six-room bouse with "bath, basement, furnace, screened porches and range, with barn, three blocks from down town for $3,000.00. Terms, $800.00 cash, balance month ly payments on easy terms. FOR SALE—'Seven-room house with furnace, bath and other modern im provements, nice yard with trees. Can be rented for two families near the schools of city. Price $3,100.00. Terms, $1,200.00 cash, bal ance reasonable. FOR SALE—Six-room house, modern, with hot air furnace, full basement, bath, nice yard and trees, between north ward school and high school. Price $3,200.00. Terms, $1,200.00 cash, balance reasonable. F. E. Young Real Estate Company APARTMENTS FOB RENT FOR RENT—Strictly modern apart ment, in the Rose Apartments. Ap ply F. W. Murphy, 204 Main St. 7-3-12t HOUSES FOR RENT FOR RENT—Seven-room house, 8th street & Ave. A. Call at 216 Ninth St., or phone 377L. 7-6-3t FORnRENT—Modern, six-room house, furnished, until September 1 31 Tel. No. 78 Offices in First National Bank Building HELP WANTED HALE BARBER WANTED at City National Barber shop. Sixty per cent paid guarantee of $21 per week. 7-2-4j WANTED—Experienced meat-cutter at Gussner's. 7-6-3t WANTED—iBlacksmitTT FirSt class horseshoer and blacksmith wanted immediately. Steady work for com petent man. Wachter Transfer Co. 7-6-10t HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Dining room girl and dish washer at once. Mandan hotel, Man dan, N. D. 7-6-3t WANTED—Dining room girls. Man darin Cafe, 215 Third St. 7-5-12t WANTED—Chambermaid. Apply at Grand Pacific hotel. 7-5-tf WANTED—One waitress and one chambermaid, at Atlantic Cafe. 7-5L3t WANTED—Girl for my farm, one« half mile from town, to help house keeper. Geo. Gussner. 7-3-3t WANTED—Two waitresses at Atlan tic cafe. 7-3-2t J. H. HOLIHAN. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS FOR SALE—House of six rooms, mod ern, bungalow style nice, large phade trees fine lawn east front "dose in and one of the nicest homes In the city. $2,800 $800 cash. FOR SALE—House of eight rooms and bath and thoroughly modern full basement close in. Built two years ago. This "fine home would cost $6,"00 to duplicate today, but for quick sale will sell for $5,000. $."00 cash and balance $50 monthly. House now rents for $50. Big bar gain—hurry. JU:. J. H. HOLIHAN Rooriis 2 and 4, Lucas Block Phone 745 Ave. A. Inquire Mrs. A. M. Leslie, 422 Fourth street. 7-3-3t POSITION WANTED WANTED—Position by man and wife on farm. F. O. Philips, Mandan, N. D. 7-3-31 FLATS FOR RENT fbR RENT—Nicely furnished flat, including gas range, in modern house. No children 807 Fourth St. Phone 404R. 6-29-2t ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house electric range Rudd gas water heater. Phone 404/K, or call 801 Fourth St. 7-6-26t FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 822 Sixth St. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 816 Thayer St. 7-3-4t FOR RENT—Light rooms. Coll 340. housekeeping 7-3-6t FOR RENT—-Housekeeping rooms, furnished and unfurnished. Phone 773, Varney flats. 7-3-3t FOR RENT—Large rooms, cool in summer, warm in winter, for light housekeeping. 622 Third street. 'Phone 132-R. 7-2-6t FOR RENT—Modern, furnished'room. 514 Fifth street. 7-5-6t FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 309 Eighth St. 7-5-3t FOR RENT—Four unfurnished, mod ern rooms for housekeeping. Phone 624Z. 422 Twelfth street. 6-30-6t FOR RENT—'Furnished room gentle men preferred. Call at 204% Main St., Apt. A. 7-5-3t FOR RENT—Large, strictly modern room 38 Ave. A. .6-28-1 mo FOR-RENt—Rooms. Phone 377K 6-7-lmo FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, 621 Sixth Street. 642-26t FOR RENT—Rooms. 300.9th St. 6-7-lmo FOR RENT—All newly furnished front room in a new bungalow, strictly modern in every way. Phone 698R or call at 611 First street 5:23-tf r'r' "'•figMWr^rPnr -•i'~M~-V.V\4* FOR SALE—Seven-room house with gas, sewer, water, lights, sidewalks, walled up cellar, on Eighth street. Nice yard and trees. Price $2,900.00. Terms, $1,700.00 cash, balance $600.00 per year at six per cent. FOR SALE—Five-room house with bath, modern, hardwood finish, gas, hot air furnace, full basement in east part of city on lot 50x100. Price '$2,700.00. Terms, $1,200.00 cash, balance one to three years at six per cent. BUILDIN GLOTS, lots for investment, farming lots and plots and gravel beds for sale on small payments down and easy payments at six per cent. Be Sure and See Us Before Buying and We Will Save You Money. SALESMEN WANTED SALESMAN with limited capital one with auto preferred, to sell an auto mobile necessity to the garages and dealers in this state article is of extreme merit and has established reputation our sales policy creates a repeating order business compen sation $25 to $100 per week, depend ing on applicant references re quired. Write for proposition at once. Quicjk Response Sales Co, Marshalltown, Iowa. 7-5-3t BOARDERS WANTED WANTED—Roomers and boarders, at Dunraven, 212 Third St. Under new management. 7-5-lmo WANTED—Roomers and boarders at 208 Thayer. Phone 389K. Reason able prices. 6-23-lmo. -v" HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE OR RENT—'New, modern bungalow at 614 Hannafin St. Phone 575K. 7-6-6t KUR SALE—Rooming house at Wil ton, IN. D. Eleven room rooming house, doing good business year round. Must sell owing to poor health. Reasonable terms. Write 198, care Tribune. 7-3-3t FOR SALE—Nice lot, one-room house garden, water, on lot Riverview ad dition, Anderson street. Price $325 'Phone 303. 7-2-4t LOST AND FOUND L08T—Watch fob with Masonic em blem. Reward if returned to Rich mond and Whitney. 7-3-3t LOST OR "STOLEN from my barn in I Bismarck Monday night, team of horses one a bay with chain hook brand on right shoulder, the other a light dappled gray—each seven years old. If taken up, please notify Matt Clooten, Bismarck. 7-5-2t MISCELLANEOUS FOiR RENT—One-half of large of fice, well located. Write No. 199, care of Tribune. 7-5-2t FOR SALE—Complete new furnish ings for small flat. Leaving town and must sell quickly. Exception ally low price. Phone 633 U. 7-2-6t FOR~SALE—Billiard parlor and lunch counter, cigars and soft drinks. Address, J. E. Hibbard, Glen llllin, N. D. 7-2-4t FOR SALE—Peninsula Steel Range, Electric Dome and few pieces of Furniture, within the next week. 514 Sixth street. 7-2-ot FOR SALE—Majestic range gasoline stove, rug, washing machine. 'Phone 622 or call 104 Ave. A morn ings. 7-2-Gt FOR-SALE—Brown and Jones have"a few choice fresh milch cows for sale. Any one wishing to buy a good cow can do well by calling on us,'and we will gladly show them. 7-6-2t WANTED Bismarck rug cleaning works now open. R. J. Anderson. Phone 755. 6-20-1 mo FALSE TEETH—We pay as high as $22.50 per set for old false teeth, no matter if broken. Also gold crowns, bridgework. Mail to Berner's False Teeth Specialty, 22 Third St., m., Troy N. Y., and receive cash by re turn mail. Reason for "Red Nose." A physician says that continuous drinking of alcoholic beverages is a common cause of the distension of lili irate blood vessels, particularly about the face and nose These blood vessels nre influenced each time alcohol In any quantity Is taken into the system and finally the elasticity of the walls is destroyed and the veins become per manently enlarged and "red nose" and "red face" result. On Second Thought. David, who overdraws on his Imagi nation, especially when with other chil dren, was 'paying with Robert, who was visiting here from a small town. Davtd was telling him that his mother knew of a building in Robert's town that was 990 feet tall. Robert said he would run and ask his mother if she knew the building, and David quickly spoke tip: "Walt a minute, wait a min ute maybe it was only ninety feet tall." A Wise Fish. When a fish, a tiny creature that prefers a home close to shore, gets a desire to rove away from home, he gives his tail a lazy little wiggle and says: "Why swim, when I can ride?" S© he fastens himself to a piece of floating seaweed or driftwood and rides away, sometimes far out Jto spn. He's a member of a very large faulty of various sizes, shapes and homes. He's called the bteanjr. NDST-ACS.IA THAT MEANS HO |\/|E ic N ESS [SIDE tg What He Overlooked. "I might have known that you would have refused me,'? said the poor but otherwise hftnest young man, who had failed to make an impression on the maiden's heart. "I noticed a metallic ring in your voice when I entered, the parlor tonight, that bode me no good." "And had you been a little more oh servant," she rejoined, "you would also have observed a metallic ring on my third finger that Charlie Gotrox placed there last night." Thtrty1 seconds later his feet were following each other along the home ward trail. Fortunate Man. Hobo—Say, mister, would yousc fnind stakin' a pore man wot ain't «ot no home, ter a few pennies? Enpeck—What! You ain't got no home? Say, old chap, you are playing in great luck. Why, you can stay out all night every night if you want to— and never get a call down. Nothing Else to Shake. As he glanced at the note telling him Hint his better half had packed her grip and gone home to mother, a con vulsive sob shook his frame. But that was all there was for the convulsive sob to shajce, inasmuch as he was a living skeleton in a dime mu seum. The Voice of Envy. "Did I understand you to say that Mr. Grabcoin has more money than he knows what to do with?" "No. That Is merely the point of view held by some of Mr. Grabcoln's neighbors who think they could enjoy life a great deal more than he does, if they only had his money." HIS BEST. I "You say yon did your best to save the.balloouiat from failing?" ... BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE USE THIS WANT AD PAGE AND BUSINESS MEN'S DIRECTORY LIKE YOU USE THE DICTIONARY OR THE hTELEPHONE BOOK The Outbursts of Everett True Bv Condo I OND2-R.STANX (VI/4MY oup. SOLCIGRS FROM NOSTALGIA. WHAT IS THIS "NOST/KGf/V'f WHCN YOU VV4IMT TO T£LC ANYTHING, TALK UNireT states r0N'T RY "T TO HOW OFF HOW MUCH You KNOW OF THE S DeAD CA NCU/4 »J "Yes he hadn't fallen more than fifty feet before I called out to him to stop." Information Wanted. Love may latigli at locksmiths, But,.,tell me, pray, can you In all this world a lover find Who, laughs at jokesmiths, toot Ever Notice It? "That's what it is," said the man Who was evidently thinking aloud. ''What 'tis that is?" queried the party with the rubber habit. "It is hard to believe a man is tell ing the truth about a thing when you know you would lie were you in bis place," answered lie of the audible thoughts. May Use Them Yet. "Gadsby has always wanted to live In a cottage by the sea. That's the dream of his life." "And I presume fate has doomed him to end his days in a flat?" "Yes. But Gadsby is an optimistic fellow. He still clings to the tnarino glasses he bought years ago." Made a 'Hit. "This dancer gave an exhibition in court to convince the judge and jury that her performance was not improp er," said the professional reformer. "And what was the verdict?" 'Pippin!' I suspect," answered the reformer, in disgust. Somewhat Dissimilar. "After a man gets in the soup," mused the ragtime moralizer, "he's no good." "That's where he differs from a tur tle," rejoiced the dippy demoralizer. "The latter is no good until he fiads himself in the consomme," A Rugged American. "A belted earl once proposed to this heiress on bended knee." 'Taney that! I presume her family was pleased?" "Her mother was delighted, but iier father expressed a savage wish to belt the earl himself." Good Company. We'd fear no burglar In the night If all the rogues and crooks Were neat and handsome and polite Like those in story books. An Exception. "When you roll up to a man's place of business in a fine automobile, I dare say it Is comparatively easy to buy something from him on credit?" "Well, a scheme like that might work In the case of jewelry, millinery, dry goods and clothing stores, but I've seen It fail to impress.a.dealer in gasoline." Wood Oil Tree. The department of agriculture hfts experimented successfully with the cultivation in iIds country of the wood oil tree.' If domestic planters would raise these treos the large American markets for Ihe oil could be supplied by. several Southern states. The oil now comes from China. No National Flower. The United States has no national flower, but efforts have been made to have the goldenrod adopted. This flower is abundant through an enor mous area of the continent. Didn't Recognize It. When a baby sister came to Har old's house he asked his father how she found her way there. The father explained that a stork had brought her. Son, with a gleam of intelli gence, answered: **I saw that thing flying around, but I thought it was a buzzard." JOHN BORTELL Sheet Metal and Radiator Works BISMARCK, N. D. Round Oak Moist Aid Heating Sys tems. Health iest and cheapest method known for Heating a Home. CALL AND SEE SAMPLE Kadiators tie paired and re built. Prompt service. Rea sonable prices. Best known methods used to do the work Auto Hadiatoi Repairing 105 TAXI Phone Freight and Baggage DRAYTNG Clootens Livery Temporary Office Basement Cowan's Drug Store Fourth and Broadway 00% of load onrrloil on roar axle nnl llnivy Truck Spririca Fire stone Solid Itubberi'Jre* (Piitcnta Pndinf0 VOUR delivery service can lUh A bff made ?S per ccn* more efficient and the cos* cuf to one-third with the FORDS 1 j^ord- Dearborn Onc-Tnii Truck. You get Ford Efli- MAKES Cicncy, Ford Simplicity, Ford Economy and Dearborn A Strength. MM OtieTonTruck Corwin Motor Go. Bismarck, N. D. C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING Phone 725 812 Rosser Street The Electric Shop M. K. IKKELS Everything Electrical Wiring Fixtures and Supplies Delco Farm Light Plants Phone 370 401 Broadway H. WAH—Laundry The Best Laundry Work at Most Reasonable Prices.' 518 BROADWAY PHONE 378 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 We Call for and Deliver TAXI 27 Phone E. SMITH Office Rooms 1 and 2 Hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific Hotel CO CO t- 0 01 liyf# Tcstcii and Glasses Fitted, at«o Glanftcs Changed and Renewed BISMARCK. N. D. Machine Hemstitch3 ing and Picoting. MRS. M. C. HUNT 314 2nd St. PHONE 849 A Man *nd His Profession. I hold every man a debtor to his pro fession from the which as men, of course, do seek to receive countenance and profit, so ought they of duty to endeavor themselves by way of amends to be a help or ornament thereunto.— Byron. WARNER Camping Trailer 1917 Model Now on Display Corwin Motor Co. Bismarck, N. D. REBORING Haa your motor lost its power? Let UK rohoro tJie cylinders antl fit with oversize pistons on a new machine built ospccially for that purpose CORWIN MOTOR COMPANY Bismarck, N. D. '"LL BUILD CORWIN MOT.QR. CO.£ sMiwcti N 0 REMEMBER that we pay top market prices for scrap iron, rags, rubbers, metals, paper, bottles and barrels. CIRCUMVENT and CONQUER the High Cost of Liv ing by selling us the odds and ends of junk around the house. We hav* unequalcd facilities for moving, storing and shipping household goods. Careful, expert •need men also retail Ice and wood. Wachter Transfer Comp. Phone 12 No. 202 Fifth St. For first class shoe repairing go to Bismarck Shoe Hospital H. BURMAN, Prop. 411 Broadway Shoes Repaired Bismarck Bank Building lest Equipped Shop in the NorthwMt L. E. Larson CITY LOTS BENTS FARM LANDS Battery Se rvice Loden's Battery Shop Call us up and we will come for goods with our wagon DAKOTA IRON AND METAL CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers Corner 9th and Sweet St. Phone 783 Transfer & storage ftain atrert PIANO TUNING A. 8. HOFFMAN Work Guaranteed Residence. 623 Sixth. St. Bismarck Realty Company 408 BROADWAY BISMARCK, xN. D. SEVEN TAXI Phone 57 STLAMBERT H. J. WAGNER Optical Specialist Telephone Number 533 Office Hours Q'lo 12 and 1 io 5 P. M. 1RLDI RICK W. KlITH ARCHITECT Webb Block Phoae 449 ii ertaking-Ejnbalming Licensed Embalmer in Charge Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS CORWIN MOTOR CO. BISMARCK, N. D. Jobbers PHONE 783 CO 00 O ft COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Store Second Hand Clothes Bought and sold, Clothes Clean and pressed Hats Blocked and Cleaned, We Carry a Line of New Good*, We Buy all Kinds of Junk. PHONE 358, HOUSE PHONE 437k OPPOSITE MCKENZIE HOTEL Houses & Lots For Sale We have a number-of hous es and lots in different parts of the city which can be bought under very desir able terms. Those who might be interested can obtain full information by calling at TheHeddenAg'cy Webb Block Phone 0 HATS Cleaned & Re-Blocked AT REASONABLE PRICES Especially Ladies Straws and Panama's Work guaranteed and done ptomptly EAGLE HAT WORKS Phone 682 Opp. Post Office. BISMARCK