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SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1923
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS _ MLF VAJVXK-AUJ MAN WANTED—HandIe county bus iness. Experience unnecessary. Largest concern of its kind in the world. Our men now getting S2OO weekly. Lowest mine p<»ces. Guar antee Coal Mining Company, 3623 Wall St., Chicago. 6-23-lt HELP - WANTED—MaIe or female typists: aErn $25-sloo\ weekly, spare tilne, copying authors’ mans y scripts. Write It. J. Carnes, Au thors’ Agent, C-310, Tallapoosa, (Ja., for particulars. 6-23-lt WANTED —Man to sell automobiles. Sales experience neeessary. Good opportunity. Apply Sales Manager, Lahr Motor Sales Co. 6-21-6 t \ HELP WAMfHMMALI JIKLP WANTED—Ladies earn S2O weekly, spare time, home; repre sent leading music publisher. Ad dressing circulars, mailing music orders. Simple. Send for infor mation. Wolfe (Gilbert Music. Corp., Broadway Central Blag., N. Y. City. 6-23-lt Nl' USES TRAINING Accredited rchool —one year High School re- I <|uir?H. Modern attractive sur ' roundings. Send for catalog .to day. Lake View Hospital, 4420 Clarendon Ave., Chicago, 111. 6-23-lt MAKE S3O weekly at home, furnish ing names and addresses. Exper ience unnecessary. Particulars Free. United Mailing Co., St. Louis. 6-23-lt WANTED —Responsible girl or wo man for small modern home. Good home, good wages. Call evenings, 209 W. Thayer. Phone 1055-K. G-23-3t WANTED —A school girl to help with housework from 9 to 2 o’clock each day. Phone 449 or - call at 1011 Fifth St. 6-22-3 t HOME WORK—S2S weekly, address ing envelopes, classifying names, clipping newspapers. Apex Mail ing Co., St. Louis, Mo. 6-23-lt WANTED —Competent girl for gen eral liousewotk. Good wages. Ap ply to W. -E. Lahr, in care Lahr Motor Sales Co. 6-20-tf V’ANTKD—Experienced girl for .general house work. Apply 200 West Bdwy. Phone 828. 6-14-tf WANTED—Experienced girl to work on morning shifts at the Sweet Shop. 6-21-3 t WANTED —Cook for employees’ club at Indian school, C. B. Dickinson, Supt. 6-22-3 t WANTED Waitress at Homan’s Cafe. 6-18-lw WORK WANTED WOMAN WANTS —Washing by day or hour, and also do the washing .at home. Mrs, Jessel, Call 437 W. F _ 6-22-lw BOARD AND BOOM Board and Room, also extra meals. “The Mohawk’’, 401 6th street. 6-18-lwk. BUSINESS CHANCES CASH for your business. Buyers waiting. No exclusive contract. Write for terms ana references. Chicago Business and Realty Ex change, 327 S. LaSalle St., Chicago. 6-23-lt AUTOMOBILES—MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE —35 h. p. 4-cylinder tour ing car. Overhauled this spring and in good condition, $250. J. P. pekson. 6-23-2 t ANOTHER GOOD BUY 300 CASH SSO per month including interest at 7 r /r until owner’s equity is cleaned up then $35 per month including interest— % » BUYS ■.Modern Bungalow—Two large bed rooms, bath, living room, 'kitchen, hardwood floors, full basement, furnace heat, East front. Price $3885 HEDDEN REAL ESTATE AGENCY Webb Block Phone 0 / DOINGS OF THE DUFFS fAS USUAL, NO BUTTONS f ON MY SHIRTS ! > IF- SOME GUY WOULD ( INVENT ONE PIECE i SHIRTS. AND ONE PIECE |\ underwear for i^iem ! I HE’D MAKE *A FORTUNE- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SALESMEN YOUR OPPORTUNITY Salesmen wanted by one .of the world’s larg est wholesale grocery houses; pos sibilities of earning $4,000 or more per year, with opportunity to build permanent trade selling complete line of groceries; a connection with a house that advances its -sales men into executive positions; pre vious experience selling groceries not necessary. P. O. Box 11. 11., Chicago. 6-23-lt SALESBOARD SALESMEN WANTED —Now making small towns. Big commissions. Best assortments. Average sale, S9O. You can place one a day. Write K. A S. Sales Company, 4325 East Ravenswood Ave., Dept. 238, Chicago. 6-23-lt SALESMEN —Live specialty advertis ing men, with or without car, can make big money selling our serv ice to banks, main or sideline. Dis patch News Service, 207 West 25th St., New York. 6-23-lt WANTED —Cigar Salesman $l6O per month and expenses. Experience unnecessary. Send addressed stamped envelope for information. Royal Cigar Co., High Point, N. C. 6-23-lt SIDELINE SALESMEN WAN TE DT Sell coal to your trade in carload lots. Earn week’s pay in an hous WASHINGTON COAL CO., Stock Yards Station, Chicago. 6-2-lt POSITION WANTED. WANTED-—Position as bookkeeper and general office man. 12 years experience and best of references. Steady and reliable. Phone 404 W. 6-22-3 t. Wanted to Rent by July Ist Two large rooms with closets, large hall, bath room, two porches with privilege to use kitchen for cook ing and basement with electric washer handy for laundry. Ad dress Tribune No. 581. 6-22-lwk DRESSMAKING , WANTED —Dressmaking. Now is the time to get your 4th of July dress made. Reasonable price. Al so large room for rent. Call 832 M or 311 2nd St. 6-20-1 w DRESSMAKING by the day, $37 Pho"» 697. * 6-19-6 t ROOMS FOE KENT. FOR RENT —Modern two room fur nished apartment, ground floor. Private entrance, screened porch and large store room. Vacant June Ist. Also large front room with board for two young ladies. 217 Bth street. Phone 883. 6-16 tf FOR RENT —One front room on first floor with or without lfitchenette, 409 sth St. Phone 512-$. 6-20-6 t FOR RENT —Room in modern home close in. Gentlemen preferred. 419, 7th Phone 644 W. G-18-lw FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 303. B. F. Flanagan. 6-20-lw FOR RENT —Modern furnished room, large and comfortable. Phone 724, or call 710 4th $t . 6-22-3 t FOR RENT —Front room, well fur nished, with kitchenette. 411 sth St. Phone 273, 6-19-lw REAL ESTATE LOANS 6 percent Money. Bankers Reserve System. . , 6 percent loans are made on clty< or farm property to buy, build, im prove, or pay indebtedness. Bankers Reserve Deposit Company Lathrop Building, Kansas City, Mo. MOM? FKddES . IS SOAPIN' MB*!! LOOT LOST —Bunch of keys in leather case Brass name plate. Between Honz lers and capital. Reward. Finder return to Tribune office. 6-21-3 t LOST—Lady’s hat and shawl. Finder kindly return to Tribune. 6-23-3 t BABY CHICKS OR POULTRY. , QUALITY CHlCKS—Prices cut. Leg horns 10c; Rocks, Reds, Orping tons, Wyandottcs, 12c; Assorted 7c. Prompt free delivery. Catalog. Missouri Poultry Farms, Columbia, Mo. v C-IG-lt PEPPY BABY CIIIX of ull breeds. Bargain summer prices, 7 to 21c. Also Ducklings. Prices and ser vice right. Chicken Little Hatch cry, FOR BALI OR RENT MOUSES AND FLATS. FOR SAfE — A fine home of six rooms and bath, including three bed rooms, fine porch, hardwood floors on both floors, full basement, near to schools, in good condition, not old and 1 has garage connected with house, for $6,000, *wn terms; immediate possession given. Sec ntfe for appointment at once. Owner leaving city. Geo. ' M. Register. 6-20-lw FOR RENT —6 room and bath flat oil ground floor. Furnished or un furnished. Vacant July 15th. At 222 2nd St. Furnished two room and bath apartment. Also unfur nished three room and bath apart ment, city heat and water includ ed. Apartments are at 212 Main St. Phone 419. 6-22-tf FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT— Three rooms, kitchenette and hath room on first floor. Modern. Basement. Furniture foT sale al so. Thone 977 or call 1 Thayer St. 6-22-3 t FOR RENT Two-room modern apartment, downtown. Modern 4- room home, close to Schools, im mediate possession, llcdden Real Estate Agency, Webb block. Phone 0. 6-23-4 t FOR RENT —Two modern furnished light house keeping rooms on ground floor. Private entrance. No children. 508 10th St. «. 6-22-3 t FOR RENT—Furnished apartment for light housekeeping, modern. Mhrphy Apts. 2041-2 Main. F. W. Murphy. Phone 852. 5-14-tf. FOR RENT —Two-room apartment, with kitchenette, furnished or part ly furnished; close in. Call at 523 6th St. 6-23-lw FOR RENT — Pleasant, modern four room flat, furnished or unfurnish ed, College building. Phone 183. 6-23-tf FOR RENT—Property at 423 Third Street at $35 per month. G-21-3t MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE —Piano, cabinet, three stoves, bed room furniture, dining room furniture, sewing ma chine an<] other household furni ture. Phone 960-M. 710 Ave. D. 6-19-lw Special today and Monday only at Dakota Fine Arts. Conn baritone saxaphone, complete with case, one Holten cornet, two mandolins, one victrola, good as new with records, one Voclian phonograph, two record cabinets, two violins, complete. G-23-2t FOR SALE—Ice box, davenport bed, sanitary cot, kitchen chairs and other household goods. Phone 977 or call 1 Thayer St. -22-3t , i FOR RENT —Front office, 18x23, Second floor, Hinckley Block. A. C. Hinckley, 410 Thayer St. , -25-tf FOR SALE —Airdale pups. Pedigreed stock. Dam’s register No. 303310. Sires register No. 365956. A. B. Carley, 46 Broadway. 6-18-lwk. FOR SALE—Oak office file of 32 drawers, Chiffonier, Library table also garage for rent. Phone 349. _ _ _ 6-22-3 t. FOR SALE —Reversible Reed baby t carriage in good condition. In quire 23 Ave. A. 6-21-3 t FOR RENT —Front room for office usb, 119 l-2-6th St. or call Rem brandt Studios. 6-24 -tf. MRS. WILBUR DOFF - * MAV I SPEAK TOVOU FOR A MINUTE ? HOW CAN I BRIBE VOU OR COAX YOU OR PERSUADE YOU TO SEE THAT I HAVE A FEW BUTTONS ON MV SHIRTS ? / fjKS IB* ft l RBBOiLES ) SA^'tWENS A TteAJ?UNOGR*TMIS - Bed. r—- THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE THE OLD HOME TOWN YOU SAY HEY <Scrr THAT I WATCH /N A f .TEADE FORJ Am 6ld J, k CO\N ? SINCE UVERYMAN DAVE WHITAKERS SOLO WATd TURNED CSRE.EN HE M6\W HANDLES THE TIME PfEG BY "THE CHAIM TO AVOID F/NOER MARKS- ( IF SOME OF THESE- FIGHTERS COULD WEAR A PLUSH COVERED VS/RIST WATCH, -They mi out be. down b&c never out. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that that certain mortgage, executed ami delivered by Victor Koski and Mary Koski (signed Marija Koski), his wife, mortgagors to .Union Invest ment Company, of Minneapolis, Minn esota, a corporation, mortgagee, dat- f / WHAT ARE VOU \ \f COMPLAINING ABOUT C AGAIN? I TRY TO KEEP f youßthings mended » LAST NIGHT I MENDED A , ! - HOLE IN yppß TROUSERS ! POCKET AND Vbu never KNEW S-v_ fflDl about vr^ URN/ Uflll DIDICUbOOS-NOW VOU SToP puthns socu siuv ACmoNSIN TASS, r HEAD _/' T FERT HOME ( l BRUMpy /NO-NO- \ SAY A [the horse he V lIFADED for it,lS 1 dead V BY OUT OUR WAY ttv Willi*™* ed the 2nd day of November, 1916, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Burleigh and State of North Da kota on the 6th day of December, 1916, at 9 o’clock, A. M. and record ed in Book .‘lO of Mortgages at page 601, and duly assigned by safd mort gagee by an instrument in writing, PwHATCHA Gofl |lt> For] [A £Ood<sdldl SIX 5EV'n- EIGHT- WAtTA MINUTE WAITAMiNUTE! WER COUNTIN'- TOO FAST! "THREE-FOUR FIVE- to Emil H. Schmidt, of the County of Calumet, State of Wisconsin, dated the 6th day of March, 1017, and filed for record in the office of the Regis ter of Deeds in and for said County of Burleigh and State of North Da kota on the 25th day of April, 1023, and recorded in Book 175 of Assign ments, at page 70, will be foreclosed /HOW 010 you HAPPE f TO DISCOVER THAT I C HAO A HOLE IN MY L pant's Pocket ? v Ni VMELL,I OID’NT FIND ANYTHING V IN it! AW, I SAIDTWsBE MIGHT BE A BEAP UNDER 'TUIS BED—B*CAUSF AjoßoDy looked unDEB T'SEE IFTUEQET AINT/ BY STANLEY (Tdont need ' ON& - \ KNOW WHEN ITS A t/meJ| WITHOUT W kWITK A V I|LwATCK».» STANLE^X NEA SKIIVILK .J.RWIIIIAMJ) NEA SERVICE] BY ALLMAN BY BLOSSER by a sale of the promises in such mortgage uml hereinafter described at tlie front door of the Court House in tite City of Bismarck, iti the Coun ty of Burleigh and State of North Dn-j kota at the hour of two o’clock P. M. , oil the 23rd day of July, 1023, to sat- 1 isfy the amount due upon such mort gage on the day of sale. The pre mises described in said mortßUßc and ■which will he sold to satisfy the same are described as follows, to-wit: The West half of the Southwest quarter (W's S\VV») and the West half of the Northwest quarter (WVi NW',4) of Section Thirty-two (32), in Town ship One hundred forty-two (142), North of Uunßc Seventy-five (75), West, of the sth Principal Meridian, situated in the County of Uurleißh ; and State of North l>akota. There | will be due on such liiortßaßC at the! date of sale the sum of One Thou sand six hundred ninety-six 63/1001 dolldrs, toßether with the costs of i foreclosure. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, this 2nd day of June, 11)23. Kmil H. Schmidt, Assißnee of Mortgagee, Cl. Olßoirson, Attorney for Assißnee of Mortgagee, Bismarck, North Dakota. 6-16-23-30 7-7 11 21. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of I John 1.. Hubert, Deceased: Notice is hereby Riven by the un dersißtied Mary Hubert, Executrix of the Last Will of John L. Hubert, late of the City of Bismarck in the County of Burleißli and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the cred itors of, and all persons having claims aßainst, said deceased, to t*x hihit them with the necessary vouch ers, within four months, after the* first publication of this notice, to said Executrix at the office of .1. A. Hyland, in the City of Bismarck in said Burleißli County. Dated June 23rd A D 11)23. Mary Hubert, Executrix. First publication on the 23rd day of June A. D. 11)23. (6,23-30 7-7-14) PROPOSAL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby Riven that the Board of Administration of the State of North Dakota will receive sealed bids at its office in Bismarck North Dakota, until the hour of ten (10) A. M. on the 17th day of July 1D23, on the basis of cash, payment, for the construction of a SANITARY SEWER, SEPTIC TANK AND LIFT STATION for the State Trainiiiß School at Mandan, North Dakota. (Quantities for the above work are estimated as follows: 2825 Lin. Ft. 8 m. Vitr. Pipe 6 Manholes, Septic Tank complete. Lift station complete with sewer pump and startiiiß device. Each bid must lie accompanied by a certified check for the sum of 5 per cent of amount bid. Plans and specifications arc on file with the Board of Administra tion, the Superintendent of the School at Mandan, and the Eiißineer. Dated June 22, 11)23. Ernest G. Wanner, Executive ■Secretary. E. R. Griffin, Eiißineer, Mandan, North Dakota. (6-23-30 7-7) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY ADVERTISEMENT Notice is hereby Riven that that certain mortßaße, executed and de livered by Arthur B. Damstrom and Elizabeth E. Damstrom. his wife, Mortgagors, to Wilton National Farm Loan Association, of Wilton, N. D. I Mortßaßce, dated the Ist day of May A. I)., nineteen hundred and twenty two and filed for record in the office of the Kcßister of Deeds of the Coun ty of Burleißli, and State of North Dakota, on the 3rd day of May, A. D. P.)22, and recorded in Book 111 of MortßUßcs, at paße 184, will lie fore closed by a sale of the premises in such mortßaße and hereinafter des cribed at the front door of the court house in the city of Bismarck, in the County of Burleißli and State of North Dakota, at the hour of ten o’- clock A. M., on the 31st day of July A. 1). 11)23, to satisfy the amount due upon said mortßaße on the day of sale. The premises described in said mortßaße and which will be sold to satisfy the* same, arc situated in the County of Burleißli and State of North Dakota, and described as fol lows, towit: The North Half (NV&) of Section thirty (30), Township One hundred forty-two (142) Ruhrc Eighty (80), and the South-west quarter (SWli) of section twenty-four (24) Township One hundred forty-two (142) ratiße xciulity-one (81), containinß 465 acres more or less accordiiiß to the U. S. Government survey thereof. And the said mortgagee having paid taxes on said premises assessed and levied thereon for the years 11)18, 1011) and 1020 in (he sum of $346.72 said sum is included in the amount due on such mortßaße. There will be due on such mort- Raße at the date of sale the sum of Oti(| 'ihousand Dollars arid Forty-one cents for principal and interest and taxes paid under the mortßaße, be sides the costs of foreclosure and sale. Dated at Napoleon, N. D., this 20lh day of June 1023. Wilton National Farm Loan Association, Mortßaßce. 11. C. Bradley, Attorney for Mortßaßce, Napoleon, North Dakota. (6-23-30 7-7-14-21-28) PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING LIGNITE COAL TO STATE INSTITUTIONS Sealed proposals will he received at the office of the Hoard of Admin istration of State Institutions in the Capitol Building up to 10 o’clock A. M. July 10, 10‘i23 at Bismarck, North Dakota, for thb State Training School at Mundan, Penitentiary at Bismarck, Hospital for the Insane at Jamestown, Institution for Feeble Minded at Grafton, School for the Blind at Bathgate, School for the Deaf at Devils Lake, State Capitol Building at Bismarck, Tuberculosis Sanatorium at Dunseith, School of Science at Wahpeton, Normal and In dustrial School at Ellendale, State Teachers College at Valley City, Ag ricultural College at Fargo, State University at Grand Forks, State Normal School at Minot, State Nor mal School at Mayville, and the State formal School at Dickinson, for fur nishing coal for one or more of all institutions named for the term end ing June 30, 1924, Bids are request ed on each grade of coal as desig nated, and the right is reserved to accept the bid on any of these grades in part or in full. The coal must be of the best qual ity for steam or heating purposes and delivered at the Saatitutions named, free from all charges for freight and switching, where there is a switch at the institution; where there is not a switch, at the most convenient point for unloading, the location in all cases at which cars are to be placed to be named by the superin tendent of the institution. All coal must be delivered as ord ered. in sufficient quantity to sup ply the wants of the institution, and a reserve supply df coal sufficient to meet the requirements of each institution for a period of *not less than one month, shall be provided at all times. Railway company’s weights at points nearest each institution will govern. PAGE SEVEN IN THE ARMY It required a special act of Con- Rie. s to Rive Miss Jean Hudson the unique distinction of being the only woman field clerk in the United States Army. She is stationed in San Francisco, As secretary to Muj.- (len. Morton. Busy Bridesmaid Lady May Cambridge, wlio was a bridesmaid at Princess Mary’s wcddiiiß and also at that of the Duke of York to Lady Bowcs-Lyon, has decided that she is quite Rrown up and should wear her hair up, too. This is the first picture of the busy bridesmaid with her new hair mode. The quantity of coal on which bids are asked may be increased or dimin ished at the will of the superintend ent of the institution, and the Board reserves the right at any time to change the grade of coal by paying the price stated in the bid for the grade used. Bids for coal are requested for the: ditfereiit grades, tile several chic! executives of the respective institu tions to imL r the grade desired. Each bidder must specify the mine or mines the coal he propose* furnish comes from, and must fur nish an analysis of every grade of coal on which a bid is submitted; showing per cent of moisture, per cent oi volatile matter, per cent of fixed carbon, per cent of sulphur, per. cent of ash, per cent, of clinkers, and aiso state its calorific value in IJ. T. U. '1 he right is reserved to reject any or all proposals and a sufficient bond will be required from all suc cessful bidders to insure the faithful performance of the contract. Specifications of the kind and* quantity of coal will be furnished by this Board on application. Payment will be made each mouth by check drawn on the Treasurer of the State for coal furnished for 111 vs proceeding month. Approximate amount of coal want ed at each institution is as follows: State Training School ;i.t Mandan, 1,200 tons; State Penitentiary ai. Bis marck 13,000 tons; State Capitol at Bismarck, 1,800 tons; State Hospital for the Insarm at Jamestown, 21,000 tons; State Teachers College at Vul ky/’ity, 4,000 tons; Agricultural Col lege at Fargo, 7,000 tons; State High School of Science at Wahpeton, 000 tons; Normal and Industrial School at Ellendale, 1,200 tons; State Normal School at Mayville, 1,600 tons; Uni versity at Grand Forks, 6,000 tons; Institution for Feeble Minded at Grafton, 4,500 tons; School for the Blind at Bathgate, 500 tons; School for the Deaf at Devils Lake*, 2,000 tons; Tuberculosis Sanatorium at llunseith, 2,500 tons; State Normal School at Minot 2,500 tons; State Normal School at Dickinson, 1,000 tons. Envelopes must be endorsed “Pro posals lor Coal” and addressed to the undersigned at Bismarck, North Dakota. Ernest G. Wanner, Executive Secretary, Board of Administration. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota. 6-22-lt. ORIENTAL Nellie Sullivan doesn’t come from the orient, but that didn’t pre vent her from taking first honors at an oriental dancing contest in Atlanta, Ga. Nellie also goes in for marathon dancing and has a recor.d of 70 hours and has issued a chal lenge to the country to outstep her.