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News of the Markets
PRICE TREND
By the Associated Press.V i"
New Yor-i, Dor. P.—Tho struggle
for control between opposing spe­
culative forces imparled a dccidedly
irregular ^rend to prices in this
week's stock market. Cains of the
first fi\v days wore substantially re­
duced or wiped out in the midweek
reaction but a further recovery set
in Friday afternoon Industrials con
Jinued to offer much better resist­
ance than rails.
POTATO INQUIRY LIGHT
(By the Associated Press)
'''Minneapolis, Dec. 9.—Potat.es
light wire "inquiry demand and
movement slow .market steady
J: i()la{id district carloads f. o. b.
usual terms, Minneapolis-St. Paul
rate, white varieties, sacked cwt., U.
S. grade No. very few sales 60c
05c. Red RiVer Valley points car­
loads f. o. b. usual terms, Moorhead
rate, Red River Ohios^ sacked cwt.
U. S. No. 1, very few sales, 55c
60c. ..
CLEARING HOUSE
(By the Associated Pressj
New York^ Dec. 9.—The actual
condition of the clearing house banks
and trust companies for the week
show^ that they hold $23,146,410 in
excess of legal requirements. This
is pii increase in reserves of $30,
618,COO.
jOINGS
OF THE DLTFS
SAV, HELEM, I'M SOlKlS
OUT FOR. A LITTLE
WHILE BUT I'LL BE
HOME EARUV!
WHEAT DULL
(By the Associated Press.)
Minneapolis, Dec. 9,—The wheat
market has been dull during the past
week, and prices declined Monday
and Tuesday, according to the week­
ly review of the United States Bu­
reau of Agricultural Economics.
The flour market is exp'eriencing
the decline that is customary -at
Christmas. Flour prices at Minnea­
polis have varipd within a 10 to 20
ccnt range with the changes in wheat
President ^Harding's message to I Prices. Spring first patent in car
congress approving railroad mergers load lots now is quoted at $6.55 to
and the pooling of equipment was $7.25. Mills are running at a reduc
fa' oribl" received in the financial capacity account of light ship
community. I P'ne orders.
iH industrial outlook continued I The decline in wheat priccs dur
to be encouraging. Pig iron produc- 'n£ the first of the weeek resulted
lion which was regarded'in some,'"
a
quarters as barometric of industrial! with improved buying of wheat by
corditifcns, totalled 2,849,703 tons in 'oca' mills. Minneapolis December
November, the largest of any single wheat futures regained its early loss
month since November, 1920. Ro- arid closed yesterday at $1.17% with
sumption'TVf dividends by the Ken-- he May future qupted at $1.16%.
nec-ott Coppe*^6ompany testified to /The basis of cash wheat prices re
the improvement in that industry,Jative to the future continued prnc
present copper prices bcla^' 'Uioan'. tically unchanged.
14 cents a pound with slcid r.pprv- Receipt of durum wheat were
(•ration in the Kuropep.n denv-d light. Export'business from Atlan-
Deckfration of a 25 percent stotic ports continues'to be principally
dividend by the direr-tors of I1'" Manitoba wheat with some dururtl and
St.'idcbaker Corpo.r."tio" with t!"~ a little rye.
.additional comment that prese-t The rye. market has advanced on
earnings and future prospects indi-: the strength of export sales. The
cated a continuance of the §10 di-, market for both wheat and rye has
videiul rate on both the now and o'd been given a firm tone by recent
stock mirrored the ipler.did cor.di- commercial analysis of European
tirn of the automobile industry, good needs predicting increased pur
which id jviirt iiad tiie iest .year in chases ofwheat.
Ills hi.itor". I Corn has been heavy with local
New high records' for tho year demand dull. Terminal receipts of
Tjyre made in the foreign exchange oats have beeifUght during the week
mitvkct by demand sterling, which with ample feeding and shipping de
touched $4.57%, or within 30 cents mand. Oats futures have beeen dull
df niiritv Dutch guilders at 39.971 and inactive. Receipts of flax con
cents, and Indian rupeesj at 30.351 tinue light with a good crushing
cents. The Italian- Lire was quoted demand,
above 5 cents for the first time since
June 15. Canadian exchange went to
a slight discount after holding
around par for a weeek. The gigan­
tic weekly increase of- 110,336,000,000
marks in German note circulation
had no effect on marks, which were
rtill quoted around 1% cents'a hun­
dred. Flinch1 franps got above seven
cents again despite another increase
of 269,911,000 in note circulation and
300,000,000in government borrowings.
Business in the time money and
commercial paper markets was quiet
with no change in rates.
POTATOES STEADY
(By the Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 9.—Potatoes steady
receipts 31 cars total U. S. ship
j-ienrs 484 Wisconsin sacked round
Whites 75c 85c cwt. Minnesota
and North Dakota sacked and Jfulk
round. whites 70c 80c cwt. Min­
nesota and North Dakota sacked Red
River Olijos 75c 80c cwt. Idahp
sacked russets No. 1, unbranded
32(1 cwt *Idaho sacked rurals 100
105 cwt baker rurals mostly 14J0
cwt no sales reported.
volume of flour businejs
FIRM UNDERTONE
Chicago, Dec. 9.—Wheat displayed
a firm, undertone today during tho
early dealings, the optimistic speech
oP Jujius H. Barnes yesterday be­
fore the Illinois Chamber of Com­
merce having some effect on senti­
ment. There tfas a good class of
commission house buying immediate­
ly after the start which readily ab­
sorbed the offerings from local tra­
ders, and prices advanced readily. Of­
fering sincreased, however, on the
way up and the advance was check­
ed. The opening which varied from
Mc decline to a like advance, with
May $1.17% to $1.17% and July $1.08
4 was followed by a slight gain all
around.
Corn and oats later showed fair
activity and advanced sharply with
all deliveries of oats at a new high
for the season. Corn closed strong
at a net gain of l%c to l%c,
with May 71 %c 71 %c.
Oats started %c higher to a like
decline, May 43%c to^~43%c, and
later scored gains all around.
Provisions were higher, being in­
fluenced by strength in hog ind
grain markets.
!R
DESERT?
OH, DADDY
TAKE ME.
ALONG?
OHAYHERE
VOO GOING
TOMP
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
GEE®TVNS"
J'JST TW'
HOLD OUR SHAWT/
DOOR CLOSED TWS*
vNiNnrea.
6UESS
V/ED^ BETTER
LET fcM GO
CAUSE I CANT
SEE HOW
figupe THAT
LOITERING
IS A CRIME
•N THIS
-TtWN"
STANLEY
NlAWBVICfc
NO, I'VE GOT TO
(SO
BUT,TOM WAIT"
YOO DIDN'T
HAVE Y?UR-
RflGHT NOW
WON'T BE GONE
VERY LONG
MINNEAPOLIS' RANGE
(By the AisocIitM .Press)
Minneapolis! Dec 9,—
•Dec.
Subsequently, prices advanced
sharply, May wheat touching a new
high for the season. The close was
strong with values showing a net
gain of lVic ^to. 3fjiC,K\vitH May $1.20
to $1.20% and July $1.09% to $1.09
•%.
Corn" advanced readily on lack of
pressure and scattered buying. After
starting a shade off to %c up with
May 69Tic to 70c, the corn market
hardened a trifle and then bogan_to
climb.
Close.
.... WHEAT
117%
•Dec. ....117%-B 119 117% 118%'
July ....114% 116 114% 115%
OATS
Dec. .... 35% 37% 35% 37
May .... 37% 38% 37% 38%
RYE\
Dec. .... 79 80% 79 80%
Mayi .... 80^ 82% 80% 82%
Mayi
BARLEY
Dec. .... 59B .WH
FLAX
Dec. ....252%B255 252 255
May ....239B 240% 239 240%
CORN
Dec. .... 63% 65'4
GRAIN RANGE
(By the Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 9.—
Open. High. Low. Close.
WHEAT
Dec. ....119% 122% 119% 122%
May ....117 120% 117 120H
July 108VI 109% 108% 109%
July
CORN
72 Vt
Dec. .... 70%. 72% 70%
May .... 69% -71% 69% 71%
July .... 69% 70% 69% 70%
OATS
Dec. .... 44 ^5%
44
45%
July .v*i -40% 41%fc 41%
LARD
Jan. 10.07 10.10 10.05 10.05
•May 10,20 10.30 10.20 10.25
_. RIBS
9.90
May 9.75 9,55 9.70
NEWS OF WALL STBEET
(By the Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 9.—A bouyant
tone was shown by prices at the op
qfaing of today's stock market. While
trading continues to be largely in
the hands of professional interests,
who have conducted their Aperations
at times in seeming disregard of
outside news developments, the re­
commendations 'contained in the
president's message strength of
UNFILLED ORDEftS LESS Sterling, increasing car loadings and
(By the Associated Press) the optimistic nautre of the weekly
New York, Dec. 9.—Unfilled orders mercantile reyiews, had- a cheer
of the United States Steel Corpor- ful effect on sentiment. Equipments
ation totalled 6,840,242 tons on No­
vember 30, it was announced today.
This is a decrease of 62,045 tons over
October 31, when orders totalled 6„
902,287.
i_J 1
led today's early advance.
Rail shares again lagged behind
the list. California Petroleum and
General Electric were, the outstand­
ing weak spots.
TOM. DO YOU
VTANT ME TO
-GO
HUH QUITE
EXCLUSIVE I
vrey,
VJITH VoO^
HE NEVER
TAKES ME?
voo! that
BSlonSS UtBE INTWS"
U0CE So PEOPLE WONT
POM IMTO VT AND
UAME BAD
ACClOEKfTS*.
THE OLD HOME TOWN BY STANLEY
MAYOR SIMON DOOUTTLE AND MARSHAL OTEY WALKER
DECIDE IT3 BEST TO LET THE TV/O "TKSAWpS OIP"
OF MIL AS "THEY ARK FAST EAT/MQ THE
town /nt& debt.
Why Waste the Stick?
THBTDWN
1
Some good gain# were made by in­
dustrial shares, particularly equip­
ments, metals and low priced oil3«
in the early part of today's brief
stock market session but inja num-.
hercases these were materially
reduced or wiped out on resumption
of selling pressure and profit tak­
ing at the close. Railroad shares
were again sluggish. Stocks subject
to the special influences were the
most active. Investment buying of
United States government issues, a
number of which were quoted above
99 on substantial net gains had a
good influence on sentiment. Shorts
put but more lines in the last hour.
General Electric, Corn Products and
General Asphalt being among the
most conspicuous to yield to press­
ure. The close was irregular. Sales
approximated 500,000 shares. I
BAR SILVER
(By the Associated Press)
London, Dec. 9.—Bar silver 31
pence per ounce. Money \V\ percent.
Discount rates short and three
months bills 2 9-1C 2: cents.
SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK
(By the Associated Press.)
South St. Paul, Dec. 9.—Cattle re­
ceipts 600 compared with week ago,
steers and yearlings mostly 25*3
higher common and medium beef
steers at the close $4.75 $8.50
bulk $5.50 $6.50 better offerings
fat she stock selling from $4.75
$6.50 or higher, steady to strong
bulk $3.00 $4.50 steady to 25c
lower canners and cutters around
25c higher closing largely $2.25
$2.75 bologna bulls $3.25 $4.00
WlTKTH
THE—r
ItIB
CRUBjJr
0
bulk 190 pound averages to 275
pound butchers $8.35 $8.40 top
$8.45 on J70 to 185 pound averages
bulk packing sows $?.50 $8.00 de­
sirable pigs around $8.35 estimated
holdover 2,000 top $8.45 bulk- sales
$8.15 to $8.45 heavy weight $8.20
$8.40 medium weight $8.30
$8.40 light weight $8.30'@ $8.40
light light $8.25 $8.40 packing
sows smooth $7.60 $8.00 packing
sows, rough $7.35 $75^5 killing
pigs $8.25 $8.40.
Cattle receipts 1,000 compared
with week ago, beef steers and bet­
ter grades butcher she stock uneven­
ly 25c to 75C higher medium grade
beef steers and good to choice beef
he.ifci's reflecting most advance ex­
treme top long yearlings and ma­
tured steers fed with show cattle
$13.65 lower grades beef cows and
heifers steady to 25c lower cannevs
and cutters 35 to '40c off bulls
weak to 15c lower veal calves 50c
to '75c higher stockers and feeder.
largely 25c higher week's bulk pri­
ces' follow native beef steers '$8.40
@.$10.50 western grassers $6.75
$7$5 stockers and feeders $5.75 (ii)
$70O cows and heifers $3.75
@^$6.75 canners and cutters $2.65
®j $3.25 veal calves $9.25 $9.75.
flheep receipts 500 compared with
yjrjftk ago, fat lambs about steady
bejit yearling wethtfrs 25c lower
sheep steady tJ|25c higher advance
mostly on heavy kinds feeder
lambs 35c to 50c higher closing top
fatlambs $15.50 to city butchcrs and
packers bulk $14.75 $15.25 culls
steady at $11.00 $11.50 desirable
90 pound shorn lambs $13.50 good
95- pound fed- yearling wethers
mostly 25c higher stockers and I $12.80 h«avy fat ewes $5.00 $6.00
feeders mostly 25c higher $3.50
$6.50 bulk under $6.00. Calves re­
ceipts 100 compared with week ago,
strong to 25c higher best lights
today largely $7.75 $8.00 Hogs
receipts 3,000 market, fully steady
range $7.00 $8.00 bulk of light
and medium weight butchers to
packers $8.00 packing sows mostly
$7.25 few heavies $7.00 pigs large­
ly $7.75 few culls $8.00.
Sheep receipts 100 compared with
week ago about steady bulk' of na­
tive lambs $14.00 fat ewes mostly
$4-.50 $6.50.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
"/(By the Asspciated Press.)
'Chicago, Dec. 9.—Hogs receipts
7,500 active, strong to 10c higher
//,
OH .TOM:
HE'S GONE*
NEVER EVEN
KISSED ME
GOOD BNE!
GBZ-1DONT
lighter weight quotable up to $7.75
week's top feeding lambs $14.60
bulk desirable kind $14.00 $14.50.
Day market stands for night.
VA
UAM'IKV IT were
ANYMORE.
DULUTH CLOSE
(By the Associated Pres,s)
Duluth, Dec. 9.—Closing cash pri­
ces: Wheat No. 1 dark northern
$1.24% $1.28% No. 1 ^nfber dur­
um $1.09 $1.16 No. 2 amber dur­
um $1.07 $1.14 No. 1 durum $1.00
No. 2 durum 98c No. 1, rnixed durum
$1.00 $1.09 No. 2 mixed durum
98c $1.07 No. 2 arrive 95c No. 1
red durum 98c.
Flaxseed on track $2.58% $2.62
arrive $2.56% December $2.55,%
bid January $3.f54 asked May $2.39
bid July $2.38 bid.
Tom Makes a Get-A
way BY ALLMAN
DOMT
hV/AlkXEA
SERVICE
Oats No. 3 white track 3'8%c
40 %e,
No. 1 rye track and arrive 82%c.
Barley 45c file.
Operators were bullish in their
view in the wheat market today and
strength was shown during the ses
sioif, with final prices showing sub­
stantial rutins.
December wheat closed 3c up at.
$1.18 nominally and May l%e up at
$1.18'4 bid December durUm closed
3%c, up at 99c and May 3Vic up at
$1.01% bid.
Spot rye closed 2%c up at 8214c
December 2*4 up at 82%c bid and
May 2%c up at 86c asked. Spot oats
closed l%c up at 37',sc 39%c and
barley unchanged at from 45c to 61c.
Crushers were again the .market
for flax,, seed to complete loading
contracts. December flax closed 5Vic
up at $2.55% bid January 3%e un
at $2.54 asked Maytlc up at $2.39
and July 5c upat $2.38 bid.
MINNEAPOLIS RECEIPTS
(By the Associated Press)
Minneapolis, Dec. 9.—Wheat re­
ceipts 425 compared with 313 cars
a year ago. Cash No. 1 northern
$1.20% $1.27% December $1.18
May $1.18% July $1.15%.
Corn No. 3 yellow 66c 67c.
Oats No. 3 white 39c 4lVic.
Barley 52c 64c.
fcye No. 2, 82V4c ,8234c.
Flax No. 1, $2.59 $2,60.
CHICAGO GRAIN
(By the Associated Press.)
Chicago, Dec. 9.—Wheat No. 2
red $1.33M No. 2 hard $1.2*.
Corn No. 2 mixed 7/%c 72'/-!c
No. 2 yellow 71 ^c 74V£c.
Oats No. 2 white 4C',4c 47%c
No. 3 white ^4%c 45Vic.
Rye No 2, 87% c.
Barley 66c 73c.
Timothyseed $6.00 $6.75.
Cloverseed $15.00 @-$20.00.
Pork nominal.
Iv-ird $10.75.
Ribs $10.00® $11.50.
CASH STILL STRONG
£By the Associated Press)
Minneapolis, Dec. 9.—The week' in
the cash wheat market ended strong
with offerings moderate and compe­
tition for.high gluten quality rather
sharp. More of the next to best Nq.
1 dark northern edg^d dp to 18 cents
over the December. Aside from that,
virtually no change developed in
comparative prices. Durum offerings
were light and in rather strong gen­
eral demand. Winter offerings were
fair and in good demand.
Corn demand was insufficient to
absorb all of the offerings and pri­
ces showed weakness compared with
futures.
Oats demand was stronger with
Chicago buyers taking hold more
freely for quick shipment.
Rye demand was steady, but owing
to the narrowing of the spread be­
tween the December and May, buy­
ers paid less money compared with
the former.
Barley was strong in tone. Scat­
tered sales wcr^lc 2c higher and
all grades were injb'ctter general de­
mand.
Falx offerings very light and in
strong crushing demand.
FLOUR UNCHANGED
(By the Associated Press)
Minneapolis, Dec. 9.—Flour un­
changed, Shipments 54,260 barjpls.
Bran $22.50^ $23.00.
ROOM AND BOARD.
WANTED—Boarders and roomers in
modern home, 416 12th St. Phone
441-. 12-9-lw
PERSONAL.
EPILEPTICS—Would you care to
learn about New rational treat
nient. for immediate relief of Epi
'lepsy. Positively stopping all
seizures from first day's use. In­
formation free. "Specialist, Draw­
er C-692, Lander, Wyoming.
12-9-lt
GALLSTONES—Improved treatment
for catarrhal inflammation of gall­
bladder and ducts associated with
gallstones'. Booklet free. Write to­
day. Dr. Paddock, Box 7201,
Kansas City, Mo.
WHAT DO Y0O 5UPP05E
GOT IMTo HIM ToMIGHT? 1 SOMETHING
I NEVER HEARD HIM
PULL ANYTHING LIKE
THAT BEFORE'.'
AiO'ttS BEEN
1=OR A ttowm
AM' WZZStT
AW .ACCIDENTS' Sb
1 M\«HT AS" VJJELL
12-9-lt
POSITION WANTED.
WANTED—Position by young mail,
several years banking and clerical
experience. Write Tribune No. 501.
rc-i-si
seems kather
straws about
HIS MANNER
TONIGHT!
I
TA^BT^vway!
HELP WANTED—VALE
SALESMAN WANTED—For 1923 to
sell high grade copyrighted line
ait calendars for advertising. Also
complete line leather goods, signs
and Specialties. Give full informa­
tion as to 'sales experience and
business references to receive con­
sideration. Merchants Publishing
Company, Kalamazoo, Mich.
12-lt
WANTED—Auto owners to sell oils,
greases and painti in county din
trices. $40-$C0 weekly. Opportun­
ity to build up permanent profita­
ble' business in own community.
Stetson Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
12-9-11
WANTED—Man with car to setl
guaranteed cord tires: Will ar­
range salary and expense with
right man. Cord-O-Van Rubber
Company, 1108 ,So. Michigan Ave..
Chicago, III.
12-9-1t
HELP WANTED—rEMALE
C.1RLS, SEW YOUR^ WAY through
'ollegp. The Briggs School of
Derssmaking will teach yon how.
Six week'. course in French dress­
making, practical sewing a 1
needlework. Only thirty-five dol­
lars for a life time of knowledge.
Phone 891-W. 1017\ 7th St., Ui.s
mai'ck. N 12-9-lw
fYPISTS~ICarn $25-$
100 weekly,
spare time, copying authors' man­
uscripts. Write R. J. Carnes, Au­
thors' Agent, Tallapoosa, Ga., for
particulars.
12-9-lt
WANTED—Women to do fancy worl
at home. Good pay. Materials fur­
nished. Self-addresscjl stamped en­
velopes brings particulars. Flor­
ence Art Goods Co. Cambridge,
Ohio. 12-U-lt
WANTELi—-An experienced girl for
general housework. Mrs. Frank Ii
Shepard, 6 Avenue B.
12-7-tC
SALESMEN WANTED
EVERYBODY EATS EVERY DAY
An^evury time they eat some one
makek a profit. Sell groceii.-s and
be in the biggest business in the
country. No capital or experience
necessary. Just show samples and
take orders for sugar, flour, can­
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entire line of "every day eating"
groceries, as well as paints, roof­
ing, nnd automobile oils. Finest
quality. Our prices in many cases
are1 lowest. We have men making
$6,000 to $8,000 yearly. Address
Hitchcock-Hill Company, IJept, 500,
Chicago. References any bji/ik or
express company.
... lapa-it
WANTED—Salesman to represent an
old established Minneapolis Film
Exchange in Burleigh, Morton
and surrounding counties. Attract
tivc proposition—Interesting side­
line—Liberal commission. Address
510 Film Exchange building, Mini
neapolis, Minn. 12-9-!it
SALESMEN—Start wonderful busi­
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winner. Big profits.. $1500.00, in­
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f.
C.
Nuss, Jamestown, N. Dak.
12-7-It
AUTOMOBILES—MOTOECYCLE8
FOR' SALE—Practically new4-pa
senger coupe at a sacrifice. Box
404, Bismarck. 12-4-lw
FOR 8AXJS OR RENT
HOUSES AND FLATS.
FOR SALE—New modern 6 room
house, including 3' bed rooms, sun
parlor,' oak floors throughout, on
very liberal terms, immediate pos­
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Register. 12-7-lw
FOR RENT—Modern furnished housa
five rooms, laundry in basement,
garage. Bismarck Kealty Co. 110
3rd St.
12-9-3t
FOR RENT-r-Five room- house at 401
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Laundry. 12-7-3t
WORE ffANTED
WANTED—Young man wants woik,
after school hours and on Satur
days. Phone 623-M. 12-8-lw
YOUNG woman wants
hour. Phone 833R.
work by
127-4t
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT—A furnished
apartment or small furnished
house during the session of the
legislature. Write P. O. Bo€ 090.
12-7-3t
LOST
LEFT at Auditorium Tuesday eve­
ning a pair of shell rimmed glass­
es. Please notify Mrs. Herald JIcp
ton. Phone 275J for reward.
•_ 12-7-lw
LOST—Pair of large rimmed glasses
in case Thursday evening. Finf!?r
kindly return to Tribune office.
12-9 :t
1
BY BLOSSER
LOST—Ladies closed face Walthatr.
watch. Finder call Cowan's Drug
Store. Reward. 12-8-3t
LAND
FOR SALE—480 acres of good farm
land in Sheridan county. N. D.,
»near town of ^IcClusky. Good black
loam soil with clay subsoil. Nine­
ty per cent tillable. Will sell at
right price, "and would consider a
gWd residence property in Bis­
marck as part of purchase price
land is free from incumbrance. II
interested write S. C. Lane, Car­
son, N. D. 12-8-3t
"TWENTY ACRES AND PLENTY""
FREE book tells truth about Flori
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acre Orange groves planted car^l
for 10 percent above cost. Sylvest­
er E. Wilson, Dept. 247, Orlando,
Florida.
PAGE SEVEN
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12-9-lt
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private entrance. Phone 656 or call
afternoons or evenings at 415 8th
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FOR RENT—iOne large room with
two closets suitable for two gen­
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FOR RENT—Large front room nice­
ly furnished, with board for two
young ladie&. Very reasonable.
Large closet. 217 Rth St. Phone
883. 12-5-tf
FOR RENT—Large front room nice­
ly furnished with board for tv/o
young ladies, very reasonable,
large closet. 217 8tli St. Phone 883.
12-1-tf
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
apartments in modern house, fur­
nished. Phone 132-W. Call 622
3rd St. 12-9-3t
FOp RENT—Nice and warm sleep­
ing room, also Perfection oil stove
for sale. Call 818 Ave. B, or phone
632-M. 12-9-4t
FOR RENT—Three or four unfur­
nished housekeeping rooms on 7l!i
St. Inquire Harvey Harris & Co.
12-5-tf
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished light
housekeeping room, ground flooy.
517 2nd St. Phone 309L J.
_j 12-7-3t
FOR RENT—Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. 418
1st *S$. Phone 241J.
12-8-3t
FOR RENT—Nice large unfurnished
front room. Steam heat. At llW/i
5th St. Phone 312W.
12-5-tf
FOR RENT—One large room'in mo­
dern house, suitable for one or
two. 422 4th St.
12-8-3t
FOR RENT—Modern rooms for ligttr.
housekeeping, partly furnished.
320 Mandan Ave.
12-8-St
FOR RENT—Partly furr.ished or un­
furnished rooms, also apartment.
Bismarck Business College, Phone
lMu 10-3tf
FOR RENT—Strictly modern furnish­
ed room close in, 218 2nd St.
Phone 832-R. 12-4-lw
FOR RENT—Large room, suitable
for two people, also table boird,
416 Thayer. Phone 622. 12-4 lw
FOR RENT—Light house keeping
apartment partly furnisher*. 722
5th SO Phone 485-R. 12-9-3t
FOR RENT—Nicjely furnished mod­
ern rooms \mh board. 40 Main
St. Phone 1066. 12-7-3t
FOR RENaT—Furnished room ii
modern home,'409 5th St. Phone
512-R. 12-8-3t
FOR' RENT Light housekeeping
rooms. Call 800. 12-9-3t
MISCELLANEOUS.
FEED AND Sales Barr., Aut-t Stor­
age. I buy, sell, and exchange hor­
ses, cattle, furniture etc. Have
buyers for horses of all kinds. Will
sell on commission. Auction every
Saturday, 1:30 p. m. Fifth and
Front Sts. Phone 702J.
12-4-lw
FOR ADOPTION—Two girls, sisters,
American stock,, ages 10 and 12
years, good looking, bright, healthy,
well-behaved. Placed separately or
in same home. Phone 516 or write
Supt. Geo. B. Newcomb, Humane
Society, Bismarck. 12-9-3i
FOR RENT—Brick store building,
25x130 with basement,, city h'cu!,
A1 location in Mandan. Has be.
a furniture^ store for years. In­
quire of L. N. Crary, Mandan, K. D.
12-7-tf
FOR SALE—One baby carriage, good
as new, 1 baby walker, 1 baby
jumper, 2 leather .rockers also
want to buy kitchen cabinet, 502
11th St. I'hone 754-VV. 12-8-3t
FOR SALE—Cox Plymouth Ro*j and
White Rocks, $2.50 each. Lrcl to
lay. Also meat meal, 6c per lb.
Wallmans Hatchery, Regan, N. D.
12-6-lw
FOR RENT—Store rooom, ste'im
heated less than block from Post
O/ficP. Bismarck Realty Co. J10
3rd St.
12-9-3t
DR. T. M. MacLACHLAN, eye."" ear,
nose and throat specialist has re­
moved his ofTices to room 2 in the
Eltinge block. i^-l-lm
BANNER HOUSE—Steady boariiorj,
room and board, $1.15 per day. Bed
and breakfast 75c. Steam heat
Phone 231. 12-8-lw
WANTED—Rags—clean linen and
cotton rags wanted *by Bismarck
.Tribune Co. Will pay 5c per"
pound.
WANTED—Rags—clean linen and
cotton rags wanted by Bismarck
Tribune Co. Will pay 5c per
pound.
FOR SALE—Some good Poland China
spring boars. Pedigrees furnished.
J. M. Thompson, Wilton, N. Dak.
12-4-9t
FOR SALE—Buffalo fur coat, size
about 42, F. W. Murphy. Rose
Apts. Phone 852.
12-9-lt
FOR SALE—160 acre farm, 14 miles
north of Flasher, 80 acres ^mall
timber and pasture, 75 acres under
cultivation. Plenty of good water.
Write Tribune 502. 12-9-lw
12-81w
FOR SALE—Two iron beds, one a
child's bed. 403 3i% St.
12-3-C.t
FOR RENT—Garage—2 cars. Phone
782. 607 6th St.
12-5-ut

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