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Tel. No. 71 Et7mSTBWrXS- J. H. HOLIHAN Real Estate Bargain* •FOR SALE—'House of seven rooms, 10 lots, trees, windmill and other buildings. East part of the city. $2,700, or will take automobile as part payment. WE WRITE insurance In all lines. J. H. HOLIHAN Room 2 to 4 Lucas Block Phone 745 HELP WAKTEI—K42*E WANTED—Barber at once. $21.00 per week and 60 per cent. A. H. Pearson, Bismarck* Nf IX. 8-8r3t WANTED Trustworthy man with ability to sell for, automobile St. also Ford touring car, cheap 1v- Pho*^ Used only short time. Price- less than present yholwa .y'l'i-' FOR"**WL5^Urtag room, dining rootq Utd b*droom, furniture. Phone 307X or call SlO ^Uth St, ft»2t FOR 8A"CL-R!FLPIW.'.FRESH MIIKFOG WM* at Kats bam, cheap rpr cash. Guar antee of ,40 quarts of milk daily. See after-£ ia eveni^g or before in the" morning. &8-2t FOR -$AbC~4taly-'fc)tel in a good North Dakota town of 800 popala tlon: Write 'No. 227, care Tribune. 8-8-5t ANSWERING THIS AD with your name and address will bring you, tree, some: interesting facts discov ered by me while in the new oil fields. Box No. 229, care Tribune, 8-7 8-9 8-12 WANTED TO RENT—.Modern medf um slxed bouse. Address 226 Tri bune. 8-7-fit TRADE FOR HOTEI Have 320 acres of good land, well improved, in east«#n' Montana. 1 will trade for Jt hotel in North Daokta. Land worth $25 per acre. Will sell or tradi} for $18 per acre. Box 211 'jnimarck. 8-7-3t HAVE JU8T RETURNED FROM OIL lildi. If you' are interested In oil or ol| stock I'll gladly, tell you, what I Jeftrfed i^hlle thete, free. Box No. "22# care Tribune. 8-7 8-9 8-12 WAWTtD—fWisbings. Phone 524X.. 8?8-3t FOR. 8ALE—One team heavy work horses, one term wagon, one single buggy: George D. Brown company. 8-4-St FOR SALE—Several small and medi um siae 'gas tractors, suitable for binder, and- harvest work. George D. Brown qbmp^ny. 8-4-6t FOR SALE—finder'hitches. We have them for all kinds of small and large tractors. Geo. D. Brown Co., Bismarck. &-4-6t •EER BOTTLES WANTED—Highest prices for quart and pint bottles. Geo. Coleman. FOR SALE—Ne.W nine room hotel. Only hotel in small growing town near Bismarck. Write No. 222 care Trlbone. 8-2-7t FOR SALE—Two fine, young, Shet land ponier. W. A. Falconer, 292 Ave. and Second St., Bismarck, N. 7-27-tf PIGEONS 77 Utility and exhibition stock in Carneaux, homers and whites dressed squabs 25c eacfy. Phone 498L. 7-27-6t FOR SALE—One second-hand Detroit gasoline range, four .burner. Inquire nt 418 Fifth St. Phone 512R. Officii* WwrNatieMi Bank BUJIMM MIAB. Experience unnecessary. Permanent position. Opportunity for advance ment. Apply Jjahr .Motor Stales Co- g_^t CARPENTERS WANTED—Six good men at once, call or phone .C R. Calkins. Garrison. Nl D. ^-7-301 •»*w itu—Competent mechanic at Lahr Motor S^lep €o.r 8,-l tf wANTbU—Competent stenographer and bookkeeper. State experience and salary expected. Address. "S" Box 92 City. 7-28-51 HELP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—iWoman for general'house work on farm. Phone 410F21. 8-9-6t WANTED—Girl, for general house" work. Phone 491,.or call 514 First St. S-g^t 'w fog gegeral bousfr workT"$30 per month. Phone 410F& MISCELLANEOUS v« ANTbD—A widow wants a home for her little 4-year-old boy In a private family. Will pay $10 a month for his care. Address, Mrs. Fay Fisher, 423 Third St., Bis marck. &-!K-6t FOR SALE—22 H. P. Advance steam engine, at a bargain, on easy terms. A. L. Games, Regan, N. 84-6t F5R SALE—Furniture, at 514 Fifth WANTED—Salesman 7-26-3t REMEMBER CA8PARY—For yonr snit cleaning, pressing and repair ing." Riamarck Fur Co., 418 Broad fiy. 7-12-tf "95KT1 T,W7^m'P^'""M^l' jR^P£uqH» wpt' tii tfJk«L cmlcf^ol onr ^y to learn tit a sofofy* opeflin® tor tln» rlghb miux torttu&rftte a/t^detfuhUtitre teitrni Wfdflwa. We w& ^lc fi)(i^ fMm lan&end of- eta: biuiDMsi antfr It he makeB good his fuffire^ia' aBBurotf.' Answer this ad by letter only and not later than August 20. Give full par ticulars as to age, preaeat and pre vious occupations, and sales experi ence. 0..t.O^EJ^&*iiCO. Real 'Estate, City Property, Farm Lands, Loans and General Insurance. For sale'sn^l^'house and lot in northwest part of city. £rlceT$,i50 cash. Lot alone wqrth the momey. Toi s4i» 5! room.'bungalow* o#u*e Bouth side. Full basement, 50-ft. lot, hot air heat, maple floods. ttou£« 2 years old aqd in fine repair. Price ia,5(M), tewnsv D. T. OWENS 4 CO. -hqums FOR SALE AND FLATS FOR ReTit—Modern flftts, fujaishjBd atpd unfurnished. Phone 77 3. s-9-3t "FOIR SALE—Five room bungalow monthly payments. Apply iiupgi son. A. Van Horn. FOR SALE OH RENT—iNew, to travel in this territory and represent high grade sj0jtSClttltjy-ltne. Address 225 Tribune office. 8-6-5t W i' »»3t FOR 8A ^XEW J^IINLVHIIAFS 7ftr small flat 1 BOOMS WANTED WANT EDt—Roomers and 'boarders, at Danra*e?, 2)12 Tbird street. Under new management. ,. 8-94IQO FO&.RENT'WTo young men, two,(mo dern furnished' rooms in attractive home In Bismarck's best residence :dkt|-let NQ children. "N G" Ttl bohA LANDS FOR.8iALE.-^80 acrea.good farm land i. in: Wisconsin. WiHl trade for Bur leigh county land or 1917 auto. A. L. Games, Regan, N. D. 8-9-6t ROOMS FOB RENT FOR RENT—Front rooms 515 Fifth St. Phone 592X. 8-9-6t NOTICE—Glass of all kinds furnished and put in. All kinds of auto glass cut and put in on short notice. See Faunce, Fourth St. Screen win dows or doors repaired and put up. FDR" RENT—Two furntafied rooms for light housekeeping $16. Phone 303. B. F. Flanagan. 8-8-3t FOR RENT—Room in modern houne. 422 'Eleventh street. Phone 857L. 8-7-6t FOR RENT—'Modern, furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1100 Broad way. 8-7-5t FOR RENT—Excellent modern rooms, some suited for light housekeeping. 622 Third St. 8-1 -lmo FOR REWT^—Furnished rooms. 621' Sixth St: T-l-lmo. FOR RENT—Rooms in modern house hot and cold water, bath. 223 Second St. Phone 349. 8-1-lmo FOR~HEHT—Rooms. €20 Sixth-St. 7-27-1 mo FOR RENT—'Strictly modern room. 814 Ave. B. Pk)ne 384R. "R.. —tVft modern house of Ave rooms and bath. Be ready-far oqcupaoicy about Aug, 15, Phone 743X. 8-8-3t FOR RENT—(New, five-room cottage tor rent} or sale on, monthlypay ments. Phone 250. 8-,7 3t FOR 8ALE—iiVew, modern house on Thirteenth St. north. S. S: Clifford, city. 8-7*6t FOR RENT—4 room house, Rosser St.,' near' 15th.- Apply Mrs...-A. W. t, Lucqft, AY?-, a- ., AUTOMOBILES* MOf^PYLES MAXWELL ROADSTER IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER, FOR SAMP CHEAP. THIS IS THE BEST BltTY IN tHE €1TY. 'ADDRESS XYZ TRJBUNE FOR RENT—Garage at rear of 200 Seventh ...A. Van,, Horn, 8-9-3t ... it %OW AMD FOOlfP FOUPfD—Bill fold, containing small Change. Owner,"write Box 134, Cli'y. 8-8-3t II 11 |HI lU'MJMv*'1 I* .4 J' M1 8AH58MEW AMD AQKSTg 7-25-lmo FOR RENT—Furnished rooms lifmod ern house for light housekeeping or otherwise, as desired. Phone 404K or call at 801 Fourth St. 7-25-12t FOR RENT—Large, modern room 38 Ave. A. Phone 308K. 7-20-1 mo FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. Call at the Business college or phone 183. 7-13-lmo NOTICE AND CITATION, HEARING OF FINAL ACCOUNT AND DIS TRIBUTION OF ESTATE. State of North Dakota, county of Burleigh. In county court, 'before Hon. H. C. Bradley, judge. In the matter of the estate of John E. Corwith, deceased. Alice R. Corwith, Petitioner vs. American Home Missionary Society, Phebe R. Reil^y, American Bible So city, Sarah Corwith, Mrs. Edward Hempstead, The Presbyterian VACATION xesrfiRDiAy. (OHIL.6 YOU INSIST THAT 'MY vacation Cll Me A CR€AT D«AC op Good, Yer I am IN rs^e-D OF a 2©m i?ctTS Resr- fceoeive THIS UBTT6R. I SHALC ee AT some Summcr RSSORT 'SOIH6WH6RG IN AH&RICA* ITILC I «6T ON MY PHSOT AGAtN. IN TW6 H^ANTIMQ BEHAV6 YOOR3©C.r AS owe 2 BepiTTiwQ. YOUR STATION/.^ \TOWR. HONQY- BOY, evsR/srrT.^ Heuo. 15 THe *DAILY 7Wi, eveROTT TRUC, MR. Tjiue guiiiA m/g, out OP CITY fPIl ITIM6, AMD IIF His ASScNce WAWT TP-©0 W: BIT FPR, WAR,ECONOMY. sewo A A&^^ PHOTOGRAPH'S^ OUT H6R6 TO KHSR HOUAE FOB. A UTTU& STORY.' I'M QOINC TO MOW THC. I^WM I AN| «g«Aa-»1Y OV«.RALC«. .,,,-V THANK XOKJ GOOD OY^»: Church of Brid^ehampton, New York, Charles R. Corwith, John W. Hall, Susan Corwith, Nathan Cor-1 with, George R. Corwith, Edward G. Corwith, Mrs. Elizabeth 11. Shears, David Dangler, Henry C. Dangler, Eliza C. Hgtmmil, Mary C. Baker, Isabella C- Cramer, John W. Cor-1 with, Henry C. Corwith, Gurdon Cor-1 with, Susan 11. Dickinson, Mary Hempstead, Frank Hempstead, Eliz abeth C. Wells and Gurdon E. Cor with, Respondents. The State of North Dakota to the Above Named Respondents: You, the said respondents, are here by notified that the final account of the executrix of the will of John Corwith, late of the city of Galena, in the county of Jo Daviess, and state of Illinois deceased, has been ren dered to this court, therein showing that-1 the estate of said deceased is ready for final,settlement and distri bution, and petitioning that his ac count be allowed, the residue of said estate be distributed to the persons thereunto entitled, h|s administration cloeed and he be discharged that Tuesday^ the 4th day of September, A. D. 1917 at ten o'clock in the fore noon1 of* that day at the court rooms in the court house, in the city of Bis marck, county of Burleigh and state of. North Dakota,, has been duly ap polnteft by thi» court for the settle ment thereof, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file .his exceptions, in writing, to said account and petition and contest the same. And you, the above respondents, and' each of you, are hereby cited and required then and there to be and appear before this court, and show cause, if any you have, why said ac count shall not be allowed, the resi due of Bald estate distributed, the ad ministration of said estate closed and said executrix be discharged. Dated the 23rd day of July, A. IX, 1917. By the Court, H. C. BRADLEY, Judge of the County Court. Let the foregoing citation be served by publication in the Bismarck Trib une. H. C. BRADLEY, Judge of the County Court. NEWTON, DULLAM & YOUNG, Attorneys for (Executrix. It wk-4t—7-23-30:8-6-13 BIDS FOR BOILER. Sealed bids for furnishing and in stalling one 42x12 Return Tubular Steam Boiler, containing 34 3-inch tubes. 12 ft. long (bid to Includo re moval o/ old boiler from building) will be received by the Clerk of Bbard of Education until August 1st. Speci fications on file with clerk. Right re served to reject any or all bids. By order of Board of Education. RICHARD PENWARDEN, 7-18-13t Clerk. Need of Enthusiasms. My son, we should lay up a stock of absnrd enthusiasms In our youth or else we shall reach the end of our Journey with an empty heart, for we lose a great many of them by the way. —Victor Cherbulle*. Tribune want ads will bring results. tomnunriuHiioi THE PRUDENTIAL DODBAMCB COMPANY OF AMKUCA. N»tk« ia iMraby that a meeting of Om MHqbaUm ei fha. Prudential inamne* OoojpMr of America wfll ta held at th« Hoiaa OfflM of (aid Company ia tlieCitjof New-!i, NwJmqr. oo Moiuia^*, tV.ft thiittday o* O® GtniblTj 1917, at ttc?!v«- c\ ock rooru (or tba parpoaa of »el«ctin« iUisou persons to ba TOtad for by the policyholder'* Truatee aa mem ber* of the Board of Directors at the annual •Mtjm of Dir«ctor* of the Company to ba held oo the fourteenth day of January, 1918. At ndi aeetiac every policyholder of the Corporation who I* of the age of twenty-one yean or upwarda and whooe policy haa been in force far at ieaetsaM year laat paat ahall be en titled to cast one vote ia person or by proxy. FORREST F. DBYDEN, Praudeat BISMABOK DAILY TRIBUNE Bv Condo JC Yw 4ND NO«*/ IVH«W You ^eceiveo S7H' SUMMONS. State of North Dakota, County o[ Burleigh. In district court, Sixth ju dicial district. C. B. Little and Minnie N. Neff, Dated this 10th day of July, 1917. F. E. McCURDY, Attorney for the Plaintiffs. Residence and po8toftice address, Bismarck, North Dakota. To the Above Named Defendants: You will please take notice that the above entitled action is brought for the purpose of Quieting title to that land described as the west 100 feet of lots (5) and (6), block (8), North ern Pacific First addition to the city of Bismarck, Burleigh county, North Dakota, and you are hereby further notified that no personal claim is claimed again! the above named de fendants or any of them. FORD "oft MAKES A Plaintiffs vs. Burleigh Wood and Mr. Wood, her husband Blanche Parker and (leorge Parker, her husband Kittle Van Etten, 'Merlon Van Etten and Hughes Van Etlon, the heirs of €1 corgi ana Van lEttcn, deceased, and the unknown heirs of Georgiana Van Etten, deceased, and all other persons unknown claiming any in terest in or lien or incumbrance up on the property described in the complaint, Defendants. The State of iNorth Dakota to the Above Named Defendants: You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in this ac tion, the original of which is on tile in the office of the Clerk of District Court, Burleigh county, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his office in the city of -Bismarck, Burleigh county, North Dakota, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and in rase of your failure so to do, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. F. E. McCURDY. Attorney for the Plaintiffs. Residence and postoffice address, Bismarck. North Dakota. 7-13-6t BIDS WANTED. Sealed bids will be received by the Board of City Commissioners of the City of iBismarck. North Dakota up to eight o'clock p. m., August 13th, 1917, for a well driller! at the City Hospital. Said wel to be furnished with a two inch galvanized well casing plugged and reamed, Kureka Cylinder, one inch octagon ash rod having forged steel couplings also to include one good double acting force pump. The bids must be accompanied by a certi lied check for $100.00 payable to A W. Lucas, president of Board of City Commissioners and must state price bid per foot for entire work completed in a workmanlike manner. The city commission reserves the right to reject any and all bids. C. L. BURTON, City Auditor. 8-2-9 NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING CF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MISSOURI VALLEY MOTOR COM PA NY. A special meeting of the stockhold ers of the Missouri Valley Motor com pany is hereby called, by the directors of tlte company, to be held at the prin cipal oflice of the company in the city of Bismarck. North Dakota, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. on Saturday, the fif teenth day of September, 1917. The object of said meeting is, by the stockholder* consent, to authorize the Board of Directors to increase the capital stock of the company to one hundred thousand ($100,000) dollars. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., July 14, 1917. JOS. P. HESS, Secretary. 7-18-25:8-1-8-15-22-29 9-5-12 AGE AND BUSINESS MEN'S DICTIONARY OR THE TELEPHONE BOOK S of Everett True JOHN BORTELL Sheet Metal and Radiator Works BISMARCK, N. D. Round Oak Moist Aid Heating Sys tems. Health* lest and cheapest method known for Heating a Home. CALL AND SEE SAMPLE .Radiators Re paired and re built. Prompt service. Rea sonable prices. Best known methods used to do the work Kadiator epalring TAXI Phone Freightand Baggage DBAvma Clootens Livery Temporary Office Basement Cowan's Drug Store Fourth and Broadway 90% of lopd carried «n rear ul« and licav Truck Kprliuw— Flre •toue fMM KubberTirca QMVOiTWCN (Patents PeodtTHT) VOUR delivery scrvice cna bo made VS per cant more efficient nntl the toil cut to one-third v/ilh tha Ford-Dearborn One-Ton Truck. You Ret Ford Effi ciency, Ford Simplicity, Ford Economy and Dearborn Strength. AND A J)Eabb6R)| OneTon Truck Corwin Motor Go. Bismarck, N. D. Actohy COR WIN service I ^il MOT oa CO-BUMMUM I NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE BY ADVERTISE MENT. Tho notice is hrreby given that that ccrtain mortgage, made, execut ed and delivered by Simon Harris, a widower, mortgagor, to Alonzo Thompson, mortgagee, dated the 7th day of November, 190S, and filed for record in the oflice of the Register of Deeds of the County of B'urleigh and State of North Dakota, on the 17th day of November, 008, and re corded in book 27 of mortgages, at tage 288, and assigned by the execu tor of the estate of sairl Alonzo Thompson, deceased, to Hattie I. Llnd ley, which assignment Is recorded In book S3 of mortgages, at page 3i!), will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and here inafter described, at the front door of the Court House, in the County of Burleigh and State of North Dakota, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., on the 11th day of August, 1017, to sat isfy the amount duo upon such mort gage on the day of salp. The premises described in said mortgage, and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are described as follows: The North Half (N 1-2) of the Northeast Quarter (Nii 1-4) of the Northeast Quarter (NK 1-1), ana tho Northeast Quarter (NIO 1-4) of the Northwest Quarter (N\V 1-4) of the Northeast Quarter (NIO 14), and tho Southeast Quarter (SK 1-4) of tho Northeast Quarter (NK 1-4) of the Northeast Quarter (NK 1-1) of Sec tion Twenty-nine (21)), Township One Hundred ind Thirty-nine (i:?9), Range Eighty (SO), West, of the 5th 1'. M., Burleigh County. North Dakota. There will lie due on such mort gage at the date of sale the sum of One Thousand Two Hundred Fifty eight Dollars and Seventy-one cenis ($l,2.r»8.71), besides costs and attor ney's fees. Dated this 30th day of June, A. D. 1917. IIATTIG I. UNDLEY, Assignee of Mortgageo. THEODORE KOFFEL, Attorney For Assignee of Mort gagee, Bismarck, North Dakota. (7—5, 12, 19, 26 8—2, 9) NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that that, cer tain mortgage, executed and delivered by James F. Campagna, mortgagor, to Bismarck bank, a corporation under the laws of the state of North Dakota, dated the 1st day of December, A D. 191"», and filed for record in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota*, on the 2nd day of December, 1915, and recorded in book 30 of mort gage:-. at page 54T., will be foreclosed by sale of the premises in such mort gage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the court house in the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., oa the first day of September, TAXI Phone L. E. SMITH WARNER Camping Trailer 1917 Model Now on Display Corwin Motor Co. Blmirek, If. D. REBOKXNG Had your motor lost Its power? Let us rebore tho cylinders and At with oversize pistons, on a new machine built especially for that purpose. CORWIN MOTOR COMPANY Bismarck, N. D. Tbuild th£ CORWIN MOTOR Co. Phone H. J. Office Rooms I and 2 Hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific Hotel Byrl Tested And GlaHM Fitted, alio GltMee Changed and Renewed BISMARCK. N. D. Machine Hemstitch ing and Picoting. MRS. M. C. HUNT 314 2nd St. PHONE 849 Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 465 Night Phone 100 A. W. CRAIG Licensed Embalmer in Charge E'S/IARC'K N,D The Electric Shop a. K. IEEE LI Everything Ilectrloal Wiring Fixtures and Supplita Delco Farm Light Plan to Phone 870 01 Broadwaj 1917, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale The premises described in such mort gage and which will be sold to. satisfy the same are described as follows, to wit: Lot thirty-six (36) in block for ty-tive (4!) of Flannery and Wether by's addition to the city of Bismarck, according to the plat thereof on tile and of record in the office of the reg ister of deeds of Burleigh county. There will be due on such mortgage at the date of sale the sum 6? two hundred and thirty-live dollars ($235.(10), exclusive of the costs au/l disbursements of this proceeding. BISMARCK BANK, Mortgagee. BENTON BAKER, Attorney for Mortgagee. 7-l(i-23-30:K-l3-20 Tribune want ads bring results. HATS Cleaned & Re-Blocked AT Rl ASONABLL PRICES Especially Ladies Straws and Panama's Work guoranteed and clone promptly EAGLE HAT WORKS Phone 682 Opp. Post Ollicc. BISMARCK Loden's Battery Shop SEVEK S. LAMBERT WAGNER Optical Specialist Telephone Number 533 Officc Hours 9 lo 12 and 1 lo 5 P. M. IRtDLRICk W. KtllH ARCHITECT Webb Block Pboo«449 Undertaking- Embalming Licensed Embalmer in Cbwge Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687 W E O E S CORWIN MOTOR CO. BISMARCK, N. D. Jobbers Barbie's DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS PHONE 394 409 Front Street We Call for and Deliver Common economic Mistake. The typo (if ninn who feds lie ha9 discharged his obligations as a hus band when lio provides his wife with place to do housework for her board Is not uncommon.—Topeka Capital. For first class shoe repairing go to Bismarck Shoe Hospital H. BURMAN, Prop. 411 Briwdwey Transfer & storage We have uncqualed facilities for moving, storing end shipping household gooda. Careful, experi enced men also retail Ice and wood. Wachtor Transfer Comp, Phone. «2 No. 202 Fifth St. Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop la At North wost 0 L. E. Larson 4M Main itrerJ Battery Service Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Building CITY LOW RENTS FA*M LA1VDS 408 BROADWAY BISHAKCK, N. D.