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THURSDAY* JULY 3, 1924
Tribune Classified Advertisements
PHONE 3 2
HELP WANTED—MALE
WANTED MEN & WOMEN to learn
Barber Trade. Great demand. Big
Wages. Few weeks completes. Cat
alog and Special Olfer Free. Moler
Barber College, Fargo, N. D.
6-20-24-25-27-30—7-2-3-5
WANTED at once. Good cook for
cafe. Write or phone. Hotel
Washburn* N. Dak. 7-3-2 t
HELP WANTED— FEMALE
EARN MONEY weekly, spare time,
addressing, mailing circulars. No
selling. We pay weekly. Send for
ifull information. Rica Co., ICSB
• Broadway, Dept. G-21, New York.
I 6-30-lw
GOOD COOK wanted for cafe. State
wages in first letter or phone
Hotel Washburn, Washburn, N.
)_D. 7-2-2 t
WANTED —Girl l'or general house
work. Mrs. R. B. Loubek. Phone
554. 7-l-3t
WANTED—Competent girl for ge.n
eral housework. Phone 431. 40f>-6th
St. 6-18-tf.
HELP WANTED—GENERAL
TEACHERS wanted at once for
High v School and ’Grades. Our
placement charge is only SIO.OO
(other agencies charge 5 percent
amounting to SSO to $100). We
guarantee position or money re
funded. To save time make remit
tance stating qualifications with
first letter and ask for blank.
Grand Forks Teachers’ Agency,
Grand Forks, N Dak.
WELL improved half section farm
with crop in eastern North Dakotu.
Incumberence $5,000 due three
, years at six percent. Will ex
change equity of $14,000 for good
work horses, or horses and cattle.
This is a very good farm. A. Y.
More Co., 808 N. P. Ave., Fargo.
)6-28-5t
FOR SALE OR RENT
HOUSES AND FLATS
FOR RENT: Four rooms of my home
with hath, kitchenette, screened
in porch and large vestibule, part
ly furnished or unfurnished. Also
my piano for sale on terms. Phene
275 W. 7-3-lwk
FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for
light housekeeping in modern
house. Close in. Vacant about
July 15th. Phone 925-W2. '
RENT —Three room flat with
hath,.and kitchenette in new -Tri
bune building, Fourth and Thayer.
Apply Tribune Office. 7-2-tf
FOR RENT —Modern furnished
apartments, one, two and three
rooms. Apply F. W. Murphy.
Phone 852.
FOR RENT—A five room modern
apartment with two large porches.
WoodmansCe Apts. Apply Harris
& Woodmansee. 6-19-tf
FOR RENT —Strictly modern apart
ment in Rose Apartments. Apply
F. W. Murphy, Phone 862.
*O% SENT-5 room modern house,
located on Mandan Avenue. In
quire 46’Broadway. 6-26-lw
FOR KENT—Two apartmtntt felly
equipped for light housekeeping.
Phone 794-W. 1-12-tf
FLAT FOR RENT—Person Court.
6-26-tf
WORk WANTED
WANTED —Washings and ironing at
home. Mrs. J. Becker, call 919-R.
6-27-2 W
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CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
RATES
-65 Cents Per Inch
All clssaifisd ads are cash in
advance. Copy ahould be re
ceived by 12 o’clock to insure
insertion same day.
THE
BISMARCK TRIBUNE .
. PHONE 32
FOR BALE
A real bargain in an eight room
bouse, strictly modern, nice lawn,
close to schools and churches, one
of the best neighborhood? in ci(y,
seven blocks from business cent
er, could not be replaced for less
than SBOOO.OO Only $4950.00 pay
able, $1750.00 cash, balance $50.00
per month or other very reason
able terms.
The prettiest 76 foot corner lot Id
the city, south and east front, four
blocks from down town, nice shade
trees; perfect location for an
apartment building or nice home.
Price on application.
You can never again buy property
here as cheaply as you can now.
I have some splendid bargain? in
houses, lots and farm land? and I
have never misrepresented any
property in order to make a sale.
F. E. YOUNG
FOUND
FOUND —At N. P. Depot, rain coat.
Apply 48 Main St. 7-2-3 t
PERSONAL
Maternity home in a private place.
In charge of an experienced nurse
and your choice of doctor. Call
842-W. 6-28-wk.
BUBINESB CHANCES
FOR RENT—Two chair Barber Shop,
furnished in good order, in county
seat town, and the, only shop in
town. If interested come and see
same at Stanton. North Dakota, or
Write J. N. McCarter at Stanton,
N. D.
6-21-24-26-28—7-1-3-5
AUTOMOBILE—MOTORCYCLES
FOR SALE —My new 4-cylinder Nash
Sedan at 25 percent discount be
fore July Bth. Will consider part
cash and terms. I. L. Berge.
WANTED—Ford touring. Must be
in 'good mechanical condition, and
priced right. Phpne 967. 40
Thayer St. 6-26-tf
FOR SALE —Motorcycle, new and
rebuilt. Payments if desired. H.
Atkinson, Box 641, Bismarck, N.
Dak. ___ 7-2-1 w
FOR SALE—I 922 Model Ford road
ster in good condition, self starter
and new battery. Phone 541-M.
7-2-3 t
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
rooms on ground floor, gas and
■tove and three upstairs rooms
with gas. Call for Mrs. O’Neal,
723 3rd St. „ 6-25-tf
fOR RENT—WeII furnished room in
a modern home, on ground floor,
close in. Phone 672 J. I*o' Ist St.
2-20-tf.
FOR RENT—One large room suitable
for one or two gentleman: Also
Board. 406-6th St. &.S*tf
FOR RENT—Cozy room in new
modern home. Phone 082 or 313.
fl-27-lw
FOR RENT—Strictly modern room
at 708 Main St. Call 342.
6-30-lw
SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,
County of Burleigh.
In District Court, Fourth Judicial
District.
L. R. Baird, as Receiver of the
First Farmers Bank of Minot, a
corporation, Plaintiff, vs. National
Nonpartisan League, § corporation,
Defendant.
The State of North Dakota to
the above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the Complaint in
this action, which is now on file
in the office of the Clerk of the
District Court of Burleigh County
and to serve a copy of your said
Answer upon the subscriber, at his
office, mentioned below, within
thirty days after the Service of this
Summons upon you, exclusive of the
day of service; and you are hereby
notified that in case of your failure
to appear or answer, the plaintiff
will take judgment agayist you by
default for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
Dated at Min*t, North Dakota, this
17th day of June, 1624.
DICKINSON ft JOHNSON,
Attorneys * for the Plaintiff.
Office and Postoffics Address:
Minot, North Dakota.
6-19-26—7-3-10-17-24
NOTICE TO COAL DEALERS
Bids are requested for supplying
1000 tons (more or 4eas),bpßt lump
lignite coal, delivered in the bins of
the several Bismarck public schap.ls
during year ending June 30, 1926.
Bids to be opened «(, regular meet
ing of board Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1924
Ot 8 p. m. High School. Privilege
reserved to reject any or all bids.
By order of Board of JBdttcntio*.
RICHARD PENWARDEN, ,
Clerk.
7-1-3-8-10-15-17-22-24-29-31—8-5-7
Capital punishment has been abol
ished in Austria, Holland, Norway,
Portugal, |taJy, ; Romepia and Swe
den.
The Adirondack* contain
than 100 scenic lakes.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE OR TRADE Fifty- busi
ness and resident lots in town on
Mille Lacs Lake, Minn. Will
all or part. Will consider mer
chandise, automobiles or Bisnmrck
property in exchange. V. R. Mid
dlenias, Bismarck, N. Dak.
’OR SALE—At a sacrifice or will
trade in good residence in Bis
marck, a small hotel building with
restaurant in Regan, N. Dak. For
particulars write Andrew Holum,
702 So. 10th St., Brainerd, Minn.
6-26-lot
FOR SALE^—I laundry stove, $4.00,
1 Rund No. 25 gas water heater,
complete, SB.OO, 1 Perfection two
burner oil stove, $3.00. All in
good condition. Inquire between
7 and 8 p. m. at 205 West Thayer.
7-l-3t
FOR SALE—Fine corner lot, 60x150
in the beat residence district in
Bismarck. Paving, sewer, water
and gas all in and partial excava
tion made. Pri<;e and terms right.
Address 767 Tribune, Bismarck, N.
D. 4-19-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE—2S-35 Wallis
tractor in A-l shape. Will take
Fordson or small tractor or cattle
on trade. Ip care 782, Tribune.
6-5-1 m
FOR SALE —Steamer trunk, 2 all
wool blankets, ajso 22 Cal. Reming
ton rifle, 807. 4th St. Phone 404-W.
7-l-3t
FOR SALE —Millet seed. Holland
Nursery, James Holland, Bismarck,
N. D. 7-1 -fit
FOR SALE—Sanitary cot and 3 burn
er gas plate. 921 sth St. Tel.
1011. 7-1 -3t
FOR SALE—Furniture at the Hare
Block. 311 1-2 Main. 6-4-tf.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
6-30-lw
Notice is hereby given that that
certain Mortgage executed and deliv
ered by Geo. H. Niles and M. E.
Niles, Mortgagors, to Chas. Doffing,
Mortgagee, dated January 30th, 1918,
and filed for record in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Burleigh
County, North Dakota on February
4th, 1918, and recorded in said of
fice in Book “150” of Mortgages at
Page 154, and which Mortgage was
duly assigned to Karl P. Doffing by
Assignment in writing dated March
12th, 1918, and filed for record in
, the office of the Register of Deeds
of Burleigh County, North Dakota
on March 21st, 1924, and recorded
in said office in Book “139” of As
signments at Page 540, will he fore
closed by a sale of the premises, in
such Mortgage and hereinafter des
cribed, at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Bismarck
in Burleigh County, North Dakota
at the hour of Two o’clock P. M. on
July 12th, 1924 to satisfy the amount
due upon said Mortgage on the day
of sale. The premises described in
said Mortgage and which will be
sold to satisfy the same are those
certain premises situated in the
County of Burleigh and State of
North Dakota and described as fol
lows, viz:
East Ivalf of the Southeast quar
ter (EVj of SE*4); Southeast quar
ter of Northeast quarter (SE‘.4 of
NEVi), and Lot one (1), of Section
Six (6), Township One Hundred
forty (140), Uunge Seventy-five
(75),
There will be due on said Mort
gage on the day of sale the sum of
One Thousand One Hundred and
One ‘ dollars and Fifty Cents
($1101.50), and the costs of fore
closure and sale.
Dated June 4th, 1924.
KARL P. DOFFING,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
JOHN O. HANCHETT,
Attorney for Assignee of Mortga
gee,
Valley City, North Dakota.
7-2-2 t
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
Notice Is Hereby Given: That the
certain mortgage executed and de
livered by M. L. Mlindy and R. W.
Scott of Marshuli County, lowa, and
Mrs. Josephine Jackson of Emmett
County, lowa, mortgagors, to W. H.
Stark, mortgagee, dated the 13th day
of December, 1918, and filed for rec-
6-26-2 W
ord in the office of the register of
deeds of the county of Burleigh and
state of North Dakota, on the 19th
day of December, 1918, at nine
o’clock A. M., and recorded in Book
151, on Page 519, will be foreclosed
by a sale of the premises in such
mortgage and hereinafter described,
at the front door of the courthouse
in the city of Bismarck, in the
county of Burleigh and state of
North Dakota, on the 11th duy of
July, 1924, at the hour of ten o’clock
A. M., to satisfy the amount due on
such mortgage on the date of sale.
The premises described in such
mortgage and which will ho sold to
satisfy the amount due on the same,
are situate in Burleigh County,
North Dakota, and described as fol
lows, to-wit: All of Section On*
(1), Township One Hundred Thirty
seven (137) North, Range Seventy
eight (78) West of the sth P. M.
There will be due on such mort
gage on the day of sale, the sum of
$6093.00, which sum includes $684.16
taxes upon said land paid by *the
mortgagee, besides the costs land
expenses of this sale.
Dated this sth day of June, 1924.
W. H. STARK,
Mortgage*.
G. F. DULLAM AND C. L. YOUNG,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Bisnmrck, North Dakota.
6-C-13-20-27—.7-4-11
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Skogan ana
part of their family are spending
a short vacation visiting at various
places in Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ant'mson are
the happy parents of a baby girl
which came to their home Saturday,
June 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Sclioon had
as their guest the first part o| tin
week, Alta .%lber — who is an employer
of the State penitentary.
Mr. aud Mrs. Adolph Hanson and
little daughter Mildred spent several
days visiting relatives near Steele.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Koessel en
joyed a short visit of- Mr. Koessel s
father from Marion who whs enroutu
to a church meeting at Hazen.
Mr. ajid Mrs. Martin Ambers had
their baby daughter baptized oil
Sunday at the Lutheran church at
Lein, Genevieve Laverne was the
name given.
6-r>-12-19-26—7-3-10
Mr. aim Mrs. A. G. Basson ana
little daughters and Miss Elizabeth
Kjorven were pleasant callers at tile
Christ Sohoon 'hfliiie on Wednesdaj
evening.
Miss Eizabeth Kjorven completed
a very successful eight month term
of school in Christiania township on
Friday. Raymond Beyer, Elsie Bciile
and Chauven Belile were three of
THE GLORIO US FOUR
davis Demonstration
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Every dark horse has his day and while the supporters of John W
Davis had no such organized noise-making organization as Smith and
MeAdoo, they made their presence known and were given u warm
reception.
I News of Our |
I Neighbors |
CLEAR LAKE
THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE
her pupils who finished the eighth
giade. Thos% who received perfect
at tendance certificates of her school
were Tillie Sclioon 100 per ceni,
Leawood Beyer 99 per cent, Arthur
Lelile 98 per cent. Miss Kjorven
closed her last day of school by
D.king her pupils in her car to
Braddock for the Round Up which
was held- there.
Clifford Nelson departed by car
the first of the week for Fort
Ransom where lie will join his wife.
Mrs. Albert Christiansen, Miss
Myrtle and Mrs. Frank Shaffer and
Miss Vivian were the guests of Mis.
Harold Hargrave on Thursday.
A. (). Ambers returned home on
Sunday after spending a week at his
old home at Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Grandma Lein seriously injured
her hip last Saturday as the result
of a fall over a door step.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christiansen
an 1 their daughter Mvrtle uutoed to
Mnf/Tt on Sunday and were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coder.
Miss Emma Scllnnd departed on
Monday evening from Steele for an
« vtended visit at Crystal Lake, Minn.
Mrs. Martin Clausen and family
spent Sunday at the George Chris
tianson and Art Ujorhus homes in
Lein township.
John Meningdahl spent Monday
and Tuesday consulting his doctor
at Bismarck.,
Mrs. Henry Nelson and Miss Hazel
spent Sunday at the Christ Selland
home.
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Nelson have
as tb• -ir guests their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
IHown and little daughter of Wer
n<;i, N. Dak.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Bjoilius had as
their guests on the first of the
week., Mr. Bjoilius’ parents and other
near relatives of Harvey, N. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick liegeman anu
Mrs. Jens Steustuvold returned Mon
day evening from Jamestown where
they were attending camp meeting.
Mrs. Alfred Hogs tad and daughters
spent Monday and Tuesday at her
parental home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Newland spent
Monday evening at the. Jens llanson
home near Steele.
Mrs. C. A. Newcomer and family
spent Tuesday aV> the J. M. Lejn
heme. %
M iss Elizabeth Kjorven spent Mon
day and Tuesday at the county seat.
Departing 'from here on Tuesday
evening for a short visit at the C.
It.! Crawford home at Britlin and
V
also for a short stay with friends
at Linton before returning to her
h< me at Norlhwood.
Mrs. Albert Christensen consulted
! Dr. Uodcnstnb at the capital city on
Monday and Tuesday.
MOM’N POP
r> AW - WHAT A LIFE !! X KNOW X'M 1 ——>.j f MOO LITTLE PRUNE - GET AWAM
S&F* INNOCENT OF ALL THIS SCANDAL THAT’S - rPOM THIS STAGE DOOR. - SOU
«Lp OOZED OUT A«OUT ME AND THIS ACTRESS, O Eg PRETENDED SOD WERE A f 4 -'TI IT|
But that won’t stop people from fTr-—-'ki. single man but xm wiser /. sty;
THINKING WHAT THEW LIKE. SO X GUESS I tNTKANm THAN MOO THINK, COTl£»
I’M DELEGATED TO TROD THE BACK , “ —> _£ 1 Tj _
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// H p R©/v,. P/s n / (v. Goldie Got nlxt J SMV DOUBLE \
THE OLD HOME TOWN
\ MRS PRYOR Jh >«!
passed A i\ \ /mfNPHi ••
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fso tar- \ ni' j j /®n]?M\n (( I , v iifil hangin'out \ night shirtc/ J
'susal 1 Mmi li 111 I fbs»?‘/x™”“ / i
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EGBERT ROBBWS WHO JUST RETURNED HOME
AFTER EIGHTEEN YEARS ABSENCE, HAS SO MANY SILK SHIRTS
Af.D NICE TH/NGS,M|S MOTHER. WASHES TWICE A
VjSO THE NEIGHBORS CAN A CCoD t-QQK^
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
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Infant mortality has decreased
nearly 50 percent in the last quar
ter century.
The amount, of raw silk produced
in China and Italy has never been
estimated.
A Double Surprise
Tilings Mere Mulug so Met* BY BLOSSER
PAGE SEVEN
The sale of foreign newspapers
and books, it is said, has been for
bidden at Serbian railway stations.
Roller skates were first patented
by Merlin, a Flemish musical instru
ment manufacturer, in 1700.
By Taylor
BY STANLEY

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