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FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1922
Allied Chemical & Dye .......
Allis-Chalmers
Americans Beet Sugar
American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Hide & Leather pfd
Apierican International Corp.
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Ref'g....
Apiericaq Sugar .'.
American Sumatra Tobacco
American T. &
American Tobacco ..
American Woolen
Anaconda Copper .•
Atchison
Atl., Gulf & W. Indies....
Baldwin Locomotive
Baltimore & Ohio
Bethlehem Steel "B"
Canadian Pacific
Central Leather
Chandler Motors
Chesapeake & Ohio
Chicago, Mil. and St. Paul
Chicago, R. I. & Pac
Chino Copper
CTMorado Fuel & Iron
/tyrn Products
Crucible Steel
Erie
Famous Players-Lasky
General Asphalt
General Electric
General Motors
Goodrich Co
Great Northern pfd,
Illinois Central
Inspiration Copper :...
Int. Mer. Marine pfd
International Paper
Invincible Oil
Kelly-Springfield Tire
Kennecott Copper
Louisville & Nashville
Mexican Petroleum '....7
Miami Copper
Middle States Oil
Midvale Steel
Missouri Pacific
New York Central ..
N. Y., N. H. and Hartford
Norfolk & Western
Northern Pacific*
Oklahoma Prod. & Ref
Pacific Oil
Pan American Petroleum
Pennsylvania
People's Gas
Pure Oil
Ray Consolidated Copper
Reading
Rep. Iron & Steel.'.
Royal Dutch, N.
Sears Roebuck
Sinclair Con. Oil
Southern Pacific
Southern Railway
Standard Oil of N.
Studebaker Corporation
Tennessee Copper
Texas Co
Texas & Pacific
Tobacco Products
Transcontinental Oil
Union Pacific
United Retail Stores
U. S. Ind. Alcohol
United States Rubber
United States Steel
Utah Copper
id!
kP
I
f-
I
Wesjtinghouse Electric
Willys Overland
News of the Markets
Standard Oil of Califoniia Ad­
vanced Four PdHltfc
New York, July 7 (Wall Street)—
Trading in the
st^k
exchange today
embraced a wide variety of rails, in­
dustrials and specialties 'with further
heaviness in Mexican oils. Salts #p*
proximated 900,000 shares./
Prices became more c(|ijfUBimi 1^*
ter, Studebaker and several, of the
coppecs, leathers and domestic oils
strengthened while liivestihent rails
eased 1 to 2 points oh profit taking.
The closfe was irregular.
At 19'.30
Rails gave promise., a^ the. active
opening of today's stock market of
adding substantially to fCsterday's
broad upward movement. ItiitiKt
prices showed gains funning from
fractions to a full point for the lead­
ing coalers and several of the gran­
ger^ ana transcontinental. Steels,
equipments, coppers and chemicals
also displayed marked strength ilpder
lead of iron products, Bethlehem
Stee|, American Smelting, Utah Cop­
per and National Lead. Oils resumed
their irregular course on the fur­
ther heaviness of Mexican netrole
um which reacted 1% points. Do­
mestic issues however .showed firm­
ness. Continuance of disturbing con­
ditions a Broad was reflected in yet
another new low Record for German
marks which fell to the level of
.018%.
At Noon
Trading boardene4 during the
morning, dealings for that period^be
ing the largest of the week. Iri spite
of realizing sales there were many
additions to the higher movement of
rails. Exceptions in this group, how­
ever, included Union Pacific and Ca­
nadian Pacific, both forfeiting part
of yesterday's advance. Baldwin,
General Electric American Woolen,
Pullman, International Paper, Unit­
ed States Rubber, Allied Chemical
and United Fruit were among the
popular shares to register gains o2
.to IVj points. United States Steel
hupg around yesterday's final price
but Independents, notably Gulf
States, Vanadium,, Colorado Fuel,
Midvale and Lackawarina were firm
to strong. Call money opened and
renewed into next week at 4% per
cent.
At 1:31
Weakness in the Mexican oils,
Mexican petroleum falling 6% and
the Pan-American issues 2V4 to 3%
points, caused the .market to waver
fo,r a time, with Baldwin, Crucible
Steel and Coco Cola replapsing
sharply. A later rapid climb in Stu­
debaker to 133,- the highest level in
severaf years, caused renewed buy­
ing throughout and the list began to
move upward again at a, rapid
pace. Standard Oil of California ad­
vanced four points and California
petroleum, Stromberg Carburetor,
United Fruit, Famous Players, Am­
erican Ice, Allis Chalmers and a
number of low priced rails displayed
aggressive strength.
Liberty Bonds
i, (I3v the AssociatP1 Pr«asV
I ffew York, July 7.—Liberty bonds
closed:
1100.38
3%'s
First 4's ....
Second 4's
First 41/i's
Second 4%'s
Third 4%'s
Fourth AYt'a
Victory 4%'s
MO!
mow
100.36
100.14
100.16
"100.32
100.50
New York Stock List
69%
60%
47,.
49%
165%
70B
42%
113%
62%
80%
39B
120%
142%
90%
101
140%
38%
71
68%
28%
44%
30
31
104
74%
17
82%
67%
73%
49%
15
49
The downy woodpecker eats many
insects that infest the irees.
WAS LOSER
Liverpool (^iiotatiohs Abo
Showed Decline in frfces
(By the Associated Press)
Chicago, Jhlyf 7.—Wheat showed a
tendency, to weaken in Price today
during tke Jjfifty afcalitlgs weather
reports from the northwest being
favorable for crop progress. Besides,
Liverpool quotations were lower and
considerable nrfticfe wis biing taken
of a break in foreign exchange es­
pecially .marks. Buying became broad­
er on declines, however «nd c»u«ed
something, of a rally. .The opening
which-ranged ftotn-% to -l%c lower
*ith September $1.14. to $1.14% and
December $1.16% to $1.16% was fol­
lowed by upturns to slightly abgve
initial top figures,
Rain predictions «made p.rices for
corn tfnd rats feaiier. After opening
to %'t. Mtoer Sejitembe^ 66%c to
66%c, the fctfrn market Recovered a:
little.
Oats Started uhcharfged to.
14 off,
September .88%c ,tp. 38%c aUd Mi®*
showed a further sag. Despite, jrm
ijess of hog values, provisions lacSfcd
support
Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska re-'
ports that h&avy rains wete delay­
ing threshers Kai only a transient
bullish' effect her& Sales tof 580,000
biishels. to .the seaboard were an*,
nouneed, presumably to fill purchases
made for Eiirope some time dgo. The
close was unsettled, to l%c net
lower, with September $1.12% to
$1.13% arid December $1.15% to $1.15
%.
Wheat No. 2-red $1.16% No. 2
hard $1.16%. Corn. No. 2 mixed. 65c,
65.%c No. 2 yellow 65%c 65c
oats No. 2 .white 38c 44c No. 3
white 36c 39%c. Rye No. 3, 83%c.
Barley.63c.
Timothy seed $4.00
$5.00. Clover seed $10.00 (5! $18.00.
n.r''
r-nmiml. Lard $11.07. Ribs
$11.00 (n $11.7R.
Despite shipping sales, here- of
450.000 bushels the market closed
weak %c to lc net lower, September,
66%c. .... ...
...
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
tftv th° P'op#)
Chicago, July 7 (U.. S. Btireatf of
Markets)—Cattle receipts 4i000 mar­
ket active beef steers strong top
matured steers $10.30 bulk beef
steers $8.70 $9.80 she stock firm
bulls 25c higher veal calves strong
to higher stopkers dull bulk heef
cows and Heifers $5.25 8} $7.60 ear­
ners and cutters $2.90 $8.75 bulk
bologna bulls aiound $5.00.. with best
heavy, sausage bulls at $5.25 bulk
vealers iarly $9.00 $9.50.
Hogs receipts 20,000 steady to
strong with Thursday's best time, .or
9 to 10c higher than the average
top $11.00 bulk good butchers $10.50
$10.95 pigs 15c to 25c lower
mostly $9.25 $9.75 heavy weight
hogs $10.50 $10.70 medium $10.60
$10.95 light $10.90 $11.00
light light $10.00 $10.85 packing
sows smooth $8.75 5! $9.40 packing
sows roygh $8-35 $8.90 killing
pigs $9.25 $10.10.
Sheep receipts |3,000 including
9,600 direct to packers marktt
firm short deck native lambs $14.00
to city butchers packer too $13.75
straight cull natives/ mostly $7.50
$8.00 few $8.60 to city butchers
deck.-fed California shorn lambs
$12.50 one double fed California
wooted- lambs medium to good $13.25
fat ewes mostly,$5.55 $7.00.
SOUTH ST. PAUL
South St. Paul. Minn., July 7 (U.
S. Bureau i«f Markets)—Cattle re­
ceipts 1,600 market active, mostly
steady tri.stropfe, spots in fat tattle
trade higher ^eoolmdn to good beef
steers 5 ^'.W.00 ,best load Iftt
today $8.75 butcher cows and heif­
ers mostly $4.60 $6.00 a few up
to $7.00. Cannttfs and cutters mostly
$2.76 $3.75 few old 'shells $2.50:
bologna bvll)i 25e higher $3.76
$4.75 hulk $4.00. $4.60: tto^s
and feeders ,$4.00 $6.75 calves
receipts market mostly 25c
(a) 50c hi^er best lights $7.75
$8.50 bulk $8.40 $8.25 seconds
$4.00 $5.00..
Hogs receipts l£,000 market bet
tec. grades light and medium weight
hogs fully steady at $10.00 $10.50
few light sorts-$10.65 good 260 to
nroiind 300 pound butchers $9.50
$10.00 heavy butchers and heavy
mixed kinds weak to 25c lower most­
ly $8.50 $9.00 good pigs $10.25.
Sheen receipts 300: lambs 25c or
more higher bulk of better grades
$12.75 $1$.25 seconds mostly
$7.00 sheep str»ng top ewes $6.50.
Grain Market Range
Chicago, July 7
Open. High.
WHEAT
168% July ....113% 114%
14% Sept 114 114%
30% Dec 116% 117
80% CORN
108% July .... 63% 63%
41% Sept.- 6d% 67%
66 66%
Dec.
July
Sept.
31%
109%
77%
3%
69%
72
44%
.83%'
30%
16%
76
72
68%
77%"
33%
90%
'25
186%
134%
11
47%
30
79
16%
141%
67
66%
63%
99%
64%
59%
8%
July
Sept.
Dec
Low. Close.
113%
112%
115%
113%
112%
115%
63%
66%
65%
63%
6fi%
65%
OATS.
.•36% 36%
38% 38%
41% 41%
July
Sept.
Doc.
35%
38%
41%
35^
38%
41%
PORK BLANK
LARD
...10.97 11.10
...11.2!! 11.35
133%
162%
39
13% Sept.
34%
22% July
96%
10.95
11.20
OATS
..32% 33 32% 33
34% 34% 34% 34%
RYE
.79 80 79 80
.77 77% 76% 77%
July
Sept'.
July
Sept.
BARLEY
53% 63% 53% 53
FLAX
261 260%
July
July
CORN
66% 66%
July
Money Market
(B** the Associated Pr^ss)
New York, July 7.—Foreign ex­
change irregular. Great Britain de­
mand 4.44% cables 4.44%. France
demand 7.93% cables 7.94 Italy de­
mand 4.45 cables 4.45%. Germany
demand 19% cables 19%. Norway
demand 16.60 -Sweden demand 25.85.
Montreal 98- 27-?2.
(B^ the Associated Pr»ss)
New York, July 7—Call money,
firm high 6 low 4% ruling rate
4%. Time loans steady sixty days
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS I
TOM, SO AND FIND PAMMVi
JU5t A0POT rtSAOSf NOW
AWo xru MAVETO
5jgRT RlfiMT AWAY 012.
U. BE Mil^H
4 9 days 4 .six months 4%. Prime
mercantile paper 4 4V4.
CASHlHEAT
INJDEMAND
Coin Demand
Was
Snappy.
More Buyers in Market
Minneapolis, July 7,-r-Around the
opening today wheat displayed fair­
ly steady tone and trade was moder­
ate. Nothing but good news was re­
ceived from most of the spring wheat
territory.
There was a fairly noticeable ,im­
provement in the demond fdr cash
wheat and prices were inclined to
raise a bit compared with futures,
but most of the traders said there
was no change compared with Sep­
tember. Offerings were light and
outside milling orders showed some
increase. Diirum wheat reports were
slightly mixed, but most .Of them in­
dicated some improvements iti de­
mand and no change in compara­
tive prices. Winter wheat demand
was better again.
Corn demand was snappy with more
buyers in the market and prices
were quoted at seven cents under
September fox flat rite No. 2 yellow
and tetter for transit. Oats demand
was slightly better in tone and some
of the .best quality sold higher. Rye
was steady compared with July, but
trading was more on the basis of
September, spot No. 2, quoted at 3 to
5 cents over and arrive at 3 cents
over. 1
Bafley was 1 to 2 cents higher
and a good demand prevailed while
offerings were light. Flax was in­
clined to be strdhg as there was a
good crushing demand and offerings
wero light.
WHEAT RECEIPTS
(By th» Associated tfress)
Minneapolis', Ju]ly .7—Wheat re­
ceipts 12 cars, compared with 272
cars a year ago. Cash No.' 1 northern
$1.34% $1.39% July $1.36 Sep­
tember $1.20% December $1.19%.
Corn No. •&» yellow 58c 58V6c.
Oats No. 3 white 33%c at 34%c. Bar­
ley 48c 58c, Rye No. 2, 79V&C
81%c. Flax No. 1, $2.59^ $2.64^.
MINNEAPOLIS CASH GRAIN
(By the Associated Press)
Minneapolis, Kfinn., July 7.—Wheat
No. 1 dark northern $1.46% $1.52
No. 2 dark northern $1.26 $1.43%.
Sample grade dark.northern $1.15%.
No. 2 dark hard %Liter $1.34% No.
2 amber durum $} 22% No. 2 mixed
durum $1.14% $1.20% No. 2 mixed
wheat $1.26% No. 3 mixed wheat
$1.29% No. 4 mixed wheat $1.13.
Corn No. 1 yellow 60c 61%c No.
2 yellow 58%c 60% No. 1 mixed
59'/4c 60c No. 2 white 59%c. Oats
No. 2 white 35c 36%c No. 3 white
34%c 34 %c. Rye No. 2, 80c 82c.
Flax $2.63.
FLOUR AND BRAN
(By the Associated Press)
Minneapolis, Minn.,- July 7.—Flour
unchanged to 15c lower. In carload
lots family patents quoted at $7.76
$8.15 in 98 pound cotton sacks.
Shipments 45,410 barrels.
Bran $14.50 $16.00.
11.07
11.27
RIBS
... 11.40
... 11.40
11.15
11.07
11.15
11.07
Minneapolis, Minn.. July 7.—
Open. High. Low. Close.
WHEAT
.135 138 135 137
.123 123% 120% 123%
121%r 121% 119% 121%
CHICAGO POTATOE8
(By the Associated Press)
Chicago, July 7.—Potatoes strong­
er receipts 30 cars total U. S. ship­
ments 509 eastern shore Virginia
stave barrels cobblers No. 1, $4.90
$5.10 Norfolk section North Caro­
lina stave and slat barrels Irish cob
lers $4.00 $4.10. Supply sacked
stock very scarce no sales reported.
MINNESOfA POTATOES
(By the^Vssociatefl Press)
Minneapolis, July 7 (U. S. Bureau
of Markets)—Potato salesto jobbers
—supplies liberal' demand and move­
ment light, market steady. Califor­
nia sacked cwt. $3.00 No. 1 white
rose 3 Oklahoma sacked cwt. $2.00
$2.20 (Irish cobblers) Minnesota
early Ohios bulk "per cwt. No. 1,
$1.60 $1.76.
DULUTH GRAIN RECEIPTS
Duluth, Minn., July
7.—Elevator
receipts domestic grain—90,100 bush­
els corn 54,700 oats 2,400 barley
18,900 rye 22,400 flax 3,700.
Shipments—wheat 210,300 barley
27,900 flax 32,600.
Duluth car inspection: Wheat Nos.
1 and 2 dark northern and Nos. 1
and 2 northern 3 No. 3 dark northern
and No. 3 northern 2 other spring
5 Nos. 1 and 2 amber durum and
No's. 1 and 2 durum 30 No. 3 amber
durum and No. 3 durum 14 smutty
durum 1 other durum 35 Nos. 1 and
2 dark hard winter and Nos. 1 and
it
RIGHT
LES AND HIS FRIENDS
.A HEY)CtkCH
i/U LtTS GO
S'WIMMIM'
2 hard winter 2: mixed 59 smutty
mi$ed 2 all wheat 153 flax 4) mix­
ed grain 2 corn oats 1 rye 3 bar­
ley 13. All grains 266 oi\ track 36.
CASH GRAIN
Duluth, Minn., July 7.—Wheat
prices were easier at the. start, in
today's market. Tradihg was in fair
volume. July durum eased *%c at
$1.17% and September broke 2%c at
$1.07%. Flax seed weakened fraction­
ally with only a few -trades recorded.
July eased %c at $2.57% and Octo­
ber %c at $2.49%.
CLOSING CASH GRAIN
(Bv th:p Associated Press)
Duluth, Minn., July 7.—The niafr
ket was weak around the cloqe With
prices at the bottom for the day
September wheat closed 3c off at
$1.22 nominally July durum closed
l%c off at $1.16% and September
5%c off at $1.04% asked, .^pott rye
clsoed %.c off at 84c July %c„off
at 82% bid and September %cl,of!
at 81% asked. Spot oats closed '%c
off at 33%c 35%c barley unchan­
ged at from 44c to 60c No. 2 yellow
corn %c off at 62%c and No. 2 mix?
ed corn %c off at 62%c.
Business in flaxseed was United
and its market was slow.and drtypgy
with crushers, not interested 'and
operations confined to pit traders.
July closed lc off at $2.56% asked
September lc off at $2.55 bid and
October 2%c off at $2.47% asked.
CLOSING CASH PRICES
Hv th« Associated Pr'-.ss)
Duluth, Minn., July 7.—Wheat No.
1 dark northern $1.28% $1.34%
No. 2 ditto $1.24% $1.29% r-No. 3
ditto $1.16% $1.22% No. 1 amber
durum $1.26% ditot arrive $1.25%
No. 2 amber durum $1.24% ditto ar­
rive $1.23% No. 1 durum $1.16%
No. 2 durum $1.15% No. 1 mixed
durum $1.16% ditto arrive $1.15%
No. 2 mixed durum $1.14% ditto ar­
rive $1.13% No. 1 red durum $1.14
%. Flaxseed on track $2.56%' (a) $2.58
arrive $2.56% July $2.56% bid
September $2.55 asked October $2.47
asked.
Oats No. 3 white track am! -rive
33%c 35%c.
No. 1 rye track 84c arrive August
82%c arrive September 82%c.
Barley choice to fancy 58c 60c
medium to good 53c 67c lower
grades 44c 52c.
Corn No. 2 mixed 62%c 'No. 2 yel­
low 62 %c.
BISMARCK GRAIN
(Furnished by Russell-Miller
Bismarck, July 7, 1922.
No. 1 dark northern
No. 1 amber durum....
No. 1 mixed durum'
'^o. 1 TSd durum
^Jo. 1 flax
No. 2 flax
No. 2 rye
THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE
DAMNv! OH,DANNY.'
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HOMETHI^S Ml MUTE Oft
COME
AMD
11WT McU.
just S"OME
AW IffoTTA'VNATCM
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.$1.27
1.06
.07
.92
2.27
2.22
.54.
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF
CONTRACT FOR SALE OF
LAND
To Wesley Swenson:
You are hereby notified that you
are in default under the terms of
that contract of land made and enter­
ed into between J. S. Larson, John A.
Larson, Bert Larson, Alfred Larson,
Anton S. Larson, Christ Lar'son, Ja­
cob R. Larson and Peter A. Larson
and you the said Wesley Swenson.
This contract was dated Sept. 8, 1'J19,
by which contract you agreed to buy
and pay for in accordance with the
terms of said contract that land in
'Burleigh County, North Dakota des­
cribed as the Southeast Quarter
(SE%) of Section Seven (7) in
Township One Hundred
Forty-two
(142) North of Range Seventy-seven
(77) West of/the Fifth Principal Me­
ridian containing 160 acres more or
less according to the United States
Government survey thereof. Your de­
fault consists in failure to pay the
taxes due and delinquent on said
land, and also your failure to pay
the interest and* installments due
thereon, and you are further noti­
fied that the said contract of sale
is hereby cancelled and such can­
cellation will take effect on the 1st
day of January A. D. 1923, unless
within that time you redeem accord­
ing'to law.
Dated April 22, 1922.
J. S. LARSON,
ENA K. LARSON,
BERT LARSON,
ANTON S. LARSON,
CHRIST LARSON,
PETER A. LARSON,
JACOB R. LARSON.
6-23-30—7-7
The Ausee Sandling, a mountain in
Austria, is collapsing so rapidly that
it is discernible.
Turks never shoot birds or de­
stroy their nests in Antolia.
Danny Had Been Cleaned Up
I
GET
HELP WANTED—MALE
COAL MINERS WANTED—
At Beiilah. Steady employ
lAent. Apply Mine Office
at Benlah, N. D. 6-5-tf
HELP WiJiTgf»-^FEMAIiB
WANTED—For a private club in Hot
Springs, Arkansas, we wish the^l
lowing .help. Positions available
about August first book now. 2
general office girls, $50 2 switch­
board operators, $76 housekeeper,
$80 linen-room woman, $70 com­
bination cashier,find relief clerk,
$75. All positions give room and
meals, fares, advanced. Write for
details to The Midwest Hotel Em­
ployment Company. 370 Bremer
Arcadc, St. Pa^ul, Minn.
AQEtyTS WANTED—To sell^binding
twine in every community. A
chance to iick up a little extra
money. Van Kleeck Supply Co. Far­
go, 'N. Dak,.
6-28-10t
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how to sell farmers write me and
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whether you own a car. Room 9
& 10, N. P. Bldg., Fargo, N. D.
7-7-1m
WANTED Good salesmah or wo-
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at
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THE AFTERMOON A TAL-L DRUMMER FROM CHICAGO
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ROOMS FOR RENT.
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p. m. at 208 Rosser Ave. Phone
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FOR RENT—Two rooms completely,
furnished for light housekeeping,
newly decorated. Reasonable rent.
Call at 214 2nd street or phone
279J. 7-7-3t
FOR RENT—Large front room with
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modern house, $6 and $12 pel
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avenue. Phoiu 7C8-M. 7-5-3t
FOR-RENT—Thrc modern furnisheo
rooms for light housekeeping, 418
1st 5t. Phone 241-J. 7-3-1
FORWENT—Two nicely furnishcc.
modern rooms for light housekeepJ
ing. Phone 442-M. 6-5-5t
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms in
strictly modern house. 300 9th St.
Phone 377J. 7-3-lwk
FOR-RENT—Two modern furnished
rooms. Gentlemen preferred. Call
823. 7-5-3t
FOR-RENT—Furnished rooms with
kitchenette. 411 5th St. Phone 273.
7-G-lw
tight
FOR RENT—tight house
rooms. 722 6th St.
PEACW PIE
-iw oTure ty
IS* MA^ViED
T.A.
HOUSES
keeping
•7-5-4t
-Large front room, 41 fa
7-5-3t
FOR RENT—Large modern room,
nicely furnished, gentlemen prefer­
red, opposite Lahr Motor Sales
Co. 301 4th St. \-6-3t
7-6-3t
FOUND
FOUND—On capitol grounds, gen­
tleman's gold watch. Owner may
have same by calling at Tribune
office and paying for this ad.
7-5-2t
5)TFER
HOME..
BRUNO
S
4 Room Bungalow, West Rosser
5 Room Modern Bungalow, East Ave.
WEBB BLOCK
1. Lots in West End—North Central and the East End of the City.
1. Farms to Rent—Hay lands to rent and Farms for Sale in Bur­
leigh, Oliver and Kidder Counties.
UK 1)
1)0 HEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
FOR SALE OR RENT
HOUSES AND FLATS.
FOR SALE—Six rooms with bath, en­
tirely modern, near schools, full
basement, furnace a very good
home and excellent location. Price
$3,GG0. Ilenry & Mcnry. rhone
SGI. 7-5-3
FOR RENT—3 room apartment on
first floor furnished or unfurnish­
ed for light housekeeping, outside
opening, also two room apartment
on second floor in modern house.
Call 622 3rd or phone 132W.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished apar»
incnt, two rooms and kitchenette
in modern house, 818 Avenue B.
l'hone G32-M. 7-7-41
FOR RENT—Furnished house, good
location and in good repair, 41f
Raymond Street. Phone 822R.
7-l-6t
FOR RENT—Modern apartment in
the Rose Apartments, 215 3rd St.
Phone 852. F. W. Murphy. G-l-tf
FOR SALE—Reed baby carriage,
good as new. Call 129J.
7-5-3t
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO" RENT—A modern 7 or
8 room house. No small children.
P. II. Butler, In care of Bank of
North Dakota. Phone 87.
7-7-3t
WANTED—Modern apartment, close
in suitable for three gentlemen.
Write Tribune 417.
7-7-3t
WOtfK WANTED 4
DRESSMAKING. All kinds of sew­
ing. 311 Ave. D. Mrs. Sheldon.
7-6-3t
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BY ALLMAN
BY BLOSSER
OF COUCST IT
S W A A
WEANS' 'TAIK'T
APPLE
CITY LOTS
We ofer
FARM LANDS
$4700
3200
PHONE 0
POSITION WANTED.
WANTED—A position as housekeep­
er in or around Bismarck, by com­
petent housekeeper. Writ» Trib­
une, No. 416. 7-5-lt
WANTED—A position "as housekeep­
er by competent housekeeper.
Write Tribune, No. 41G.
7-5-3t
7-5-4t
AUTOMOBILES—MOT OK C¥
CLE S
FOR SALE—Two new Chevrolet,
modern "490" touring ears, at less
than F. O. B. factory. Those cars
were carried over from last'fall and
are in the same condition as when
received. Price $500 each. Geo. L.
Kilmer. Phone 728 after 6 p. m.
Cars can be seen at Olson-Spangler
garage. 7-5-w
FOR SALE—Sport model Ford, good
condition, snap. Tent 10x12, new
12 oz. duck, made to order, bar­
gain. Call 113 1st St. Phone 195R.
7-6-lw
WANTED—A Ford touring body,
would exchange a Roadster body
if desired. Phone 460M.
7-6-3t
FOR SALE—Second-hand Dodge in
first class condition. Phone 471.
6-13-tf
FOR RENT—Garage a( 208~yFcTSC
7-5-3t
L08T
LOST—July 2nd between Bismarck
and New Salem 36x4% U. S. Cord
tire and rim. Reward if tire is re­
turned. 404 10th and Rosser St.
Phone 618-W. 7-3-lw
LOST—Gold Eversharp pencil, "with
initial D. J. S. reward if found.
Return to" 38 Rosser, or Tribune.
7-5-3t
MISCELLANEOUS.
OUR-PRICES"have
since last fall.
been reduced
Cleaning, pressing,
dyeing, done quick and right. Hats
cleaned and blocked. All work
guaranteed. Eagle Tailoring and
Hat Works, Phone 58 opposite post
office. 7-6-lm
FOR SALE-J-One sewing machinc
$20.00, 1 cedar chest $5.00, 1 rug
4x6 (3.00, 1 bed, springs and mat­
tress $20.00. McGillis Flats, Sixth
street, Room No. 2. 7-J-3t
FOR~3ALE—1OnfMcCormick grain
header and one box in good condi­
tion. Call at L. J. Garske, 1-2 mile
north of Bismarck. 7-6-3t
FOR~SALE—Three burner oil stove
in good condition. Phone 282R.
7-5-3t
FOR SALE—Hay in tons and half lot.
lots. Phpne G47. 7-7—11
WISCONSIN TO
BUILD HOSPITAL
(By the Associated I'ress)
Portage, Wis., July 7—Erection of
the state general hospital, author­
ized ty the last two sessions of the
state legislature for the care and
treatment of crfyplcd children, sol­
diers and others, wilL start at once,
according to a statement of Gover­
nor John J. Blaine, in an address
here last night. He said that there
were sufficient balances in the sol­
dier cash bonus fund to build the
hospital without additional taxes.
The new hospital will have a throe
hundred bed capacity. Governor
Blaine said the legislature provided
that the hospital should be designed
"for the care of persons afflicted
with a malady, deformity or ailment
of a naturo which can probably be
remedied by hospital treatment and
who would be otherwise unable to
obtain such care."
K. S. ENflE, D. C, Ph. C.
Chiropractor
Consultation Free
Suite 9, 11—Lucas Blk.—Phone 260

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