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ANTED—Two girls at Banner House. •\*rANTED—Two |Ui lor laundry work. W lltniiiMtt A Couch. F"S 8ALK-The Braitliwaite ah. M. P. Skeel*. Wilton, N. D. residence, CHM SAL.B—Two chairs, two lamps, parlor table. U8im 8t. Call mornings. CHKKP HjMDBB WANT ahanp herder wasted mii|dliitS.IO per iMnUl. HaUwa. WANTED—An etperienced fur eight or ten Apply or write Henry WANTKD—Several persons at character and VV reputation [onein thuooanty required) to iMn.K)nt and advertise old established to NMtuent wealthy businesH houtaof solid ftnanciai stand 8alary'$21.(X) waakly with Mpeasea addit ional. all payable is eash direct each Wed no day from head offleaa. Hprsc and carriage fur nisbad when nacensary. Refemacea. Kncloae Colonial Co., Caxtou Keif-addiesaed envelo, e. lildg., Chicago. qPLENDID chance for men to learn barber trade now. Practical experience, expert in- Term uuliniitvd Tools, diplomas and board prorliled. Write today. Moler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. structions until competent. nd bo INTISCWFTI C.». RMCK--IRW V«U UFE PROFESSIONAL CARDS P. E. BYRNE Official Abstractor of Titles roa Busuioh County Abstracts guaranteed by bond of $5,000. Telephone THIRD ST.. BISMARCK, N. D. A. T. PATTERSON ATTORNEY AT LAW. Manayto Loan Pibbt Nat'I. Hans Bi.oce c. D. EDICK OT INSURANCE *«S Anl Saourlty Bonds. Phone 11. Fiasr Natl Bank H^x-k DR .A. S. HOBSON Osteopath (Graduate Still College of Osteopathy, DesMoiues, la. •Uftice Hours—10 to 12, to 4 Sunday, 10 to 12. Rooms S aud 4, Bismarck Bank Building BISMARCK. N. D. ...First National Bank BIMABCH, M. D. ESTABLISHED IN IS7» C. B. Littlk, Pres. F. T). KkSdrick, Vice Pres. 8. M. Pyk, Cashier. J. L. Bkll, Asst. Cash. CAPITAL, *100,000. interest Paid on Time Depoaits. Qeaeral Banking Business Transacted COMMISSION O A N COE (Incorporated.) at Grain and Stocks Members Miunoa|H)iis Iiuie|en* dent Grata Hud Stock Kxchatifto. Ship Us Your Cash Grain We Guarantee Highest Market Price. Our Commission Is Only 'A Cent Per Bushel. WE BUY AND SELL Wheat, Corn and Oats For future delivery at a com mUtfion of 1 l*ic per bushels le cnoroe imeresi lor Cowing long Slocks. UADCIIIC le a bushel on grain. MMlDIRv *2 a share 011 stocks. KFERUCES: 108 IRTIOMl RID SUITE MIKS. Private wire* to all Leading Ex changes, and to 87 leading towns in the Northwest. General Offices, Bank of Commerce Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. a8 »9, First National Bank Bid's BISriARCK, N. D. D. P. LONG, Local Manager. E. 6. FIELD, FURNITURE, RUGS. WINDOW SHADES, UNDERT AKIN G. THE CITY THE WEATHER. Partly cloudy to-night and Sunday, with probably sncrvf west portion. Max. 21 min. 5. In the Fourth—A petition is being' circulated for the nomination of L. D. McGahan as alderman in the Fourth ward. Shops Will Close—The barbers of the city announce their intention of closing their shops tomorrow—the new anti-Sunday law being effective.\ Next! Improving—Dan Slattery, who suf fered a severe injnry to his eye by the ADIES. LAD1BS1! Old Dr. Lagro's Female ., Regulator lian brought liappme»s to hun-! bursting of a water glass on an engine drnda of anxious women lias uever liad a -iu«le failure in twenty years No pain, no Manner, relief in tlirne to flvedays, satisfaction Riiaraii' teed or monoy rnfunded. All iiuiuiries irtiMi fully answered. By mail in plain sealed pack aged or obtained at tlis Public Drtii? Co., 1"0 State St., Chicago, 111. out west, is improving. It will b« some time yet before he will be able to use the injured eye. Candidate for Alderman—Dune Mc Oillis has a petition signed by enough I voters fb qualify hi as a candidate for alderman in the Third ward. Nomination of Judge Fort—A petl_-! I tlon for the nomination of Judge Fort as police magistrate at the coming city election is being circulated today and signed by all parties. Another Prisoner—Lafayette Toms,' of Richland county, Sentenced to a year in the state penitentiary for the S E. G. FIELD., Main and Third Sts. I N I E O A will di'livor to any part of the city Wiltou Liifuite (al For $2.46 Per T0n. C. a ourton, 1 murder of John Knoblaugh, has been brought here and turned over to the prison officials the Athenenm last night by the at Cosgrove orchestra. As a musical en tertainment it is all that is claimed for it. The orchestra selections were largely ot popular music, and were much enjoyed. Some musical novel- better patronized. Have the Grippe—Mrs. P. A. Burton and children are down with an at tack of grippe. tales of the Canadian tisers. Depew Ttflla Agt. TELEPHONE 1TB. OtticBwith Kixmnrck It Winhbiirii Lumbnr Old Joke. A visitor in Washington heartl $ Senator Depew deliver a speech the |j! other day. The New York states man made a joke about pressing the hand of a fair Mormon widow, the widow numbering seventeen. The remark provoked a good deal of laughter, but it sounded fa-niliar to the man in the railery. I.ater he found that Mr. Dcpcw had borrowed the joke from a sl.it written by Arte imis Ward some forty or fifty years ago. Foxy Jim! Mr. and Mrs. Jim I.augan of Atchi son play cribbage every night to seo who will get up and build the fire in the morning. During the few months they have been married Mr. Langan lias never lost a game. His wife knows he cheats, but she can't catch him.—Atchison Globe. BXSMAJtOX DAILY XBIBUM: SATURDAY, MARCH 14. 1808 Fifty Years the Standard Awarded Highest HOMI* PETITION FOR REGISTER. Petition Being Circulated for the Nom ination of Mayor Register as Candi date for Re-election. St. Patrick's Dance—Remember the dance on St. Patrick's night at the Atheneum to be given by Company A and Oard's orchestra. The hall will be thoroughly cleaned for the accasion. candidates for alderniPii and city good music will be furnished and a officers will be placed on the Austra cordial invitation is generally ex-! "',n '^Hot by petition this spring.tln-ro tended 'iav'nK been no convent ions to nonii _____ n.ite city officers. Thr petitions of In Good Hands—The Gussner store,1 Mayor Register and Treasurer Byrne one of the most extensive in the north-' have l*en unanimously signed and west, will be under the direct charge' John Fort for police magistrate also of Frank Reed, during the absence. endorsed by all factions. A net it ion is of Mr. Gussner in Europe. It is in good hands and the store aud stock will be so renovated that the owner will hardly recognize it on his return. also being circulated for John Yeegen for mayor, and being generally signed. For aldermen Editor Ga ban is candidate in the Fourth ward in and D. J. McGiliis is a candidate Joe Lectures—Notwithstanding the fact that J. M. Devlne is in the life insurance business, he finds time to do a cood turn for the people occasion ally. and last week delivered a lecture I Fourth ward E. S. Alien will be a can in the Winchester neighborhood ofjdidate. Emmons county for the benefit of the new church there, without charge to the church people. He lectured on Abraham Lincoln, and the people of the neighborhood enjoyed the treat. Chief Clerk Anderson, of the house. Good Musical Entertainment—An ex-j enter Clerk Anderson. 01 me nouse. cellent entertainment was that given an(l the K. J. Smith, who was in the city during the legislative session, lias gone to Braddock and is at work ties were a pleasing feature of the per-1 upon the Emmons County Advocate, formance, and Miss Hudson as violin- getting out a boom edition of that ist. was an artist. The attendance paper. was small, and it is to be regretted E Nea! has that so deserving a company was not j,Pan county ranch. Being interested The jury returned a verdict of acci dental death in the case of Leyton. the brakeman who fell from a train and was killed near Fargo. Got Enough of Alberta. Another Stutsman county man has had enough of Alberta and Assiniboia and the other regions of the hyper borean northwest territories. Albert Schwellenback. of Eldredge, who re cently made a trip to that territory, isj now well satisfied that North Dakota is good enough for any young man of proved the three bills changing the small means who wants to go into Governor White this afternoon ap farming and stock raising. He says a, 0lr counties. The bills add the un great many people who have gone organized territory to the Uiree coun- returned to his Mc- with Dr. Porter in a cattle deal, and an old personal friend, he was shocked at the news of the doctor's sudden death. Mr. Neai says his cat tie are in good condition. For the flrst time since he engaged in the business he has been obliged to feed his stock all winter. There is a great deal of snow in that section. REWARD BILL APPROVED. List of the Measures Approved by the Governor Today—Hobos Will Have to Get Up and Dlist Under the Pro visions of the Chaffee Vagrancy Bill. Govenor White this afternoon ap- Alberta are greatly disappointed, it I ties named, and provide for an elec is different after thev get there fromjtjon what they imagined from the glowing a vote Pacific adver- the next, general election, to upon the proposed change. The governor also improved the McArthur bill, authorizing the pay ment of a reward of $50 for informa tion leading to the arrest and convic- Other bills approved by the gov ernor were: Little, appointment of state's attorneys in unorganized I counties: Lewis, validating future I levies of taxes Lewis, improvement1 of water systems in incorporated eit lies: Davis, tax lists delivered totreas of bonds for state agricultural college World's Fair. Highest Tests II. S. fiov't Chemists PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO. 1,1 the Third ward. In tue First it is 1111- derstood Ir. Smyth wants to be en- „or dorsed in the second Frank Read and R. D. Hoskins aie candidates, ill the PERSONAL. Register McGillivray leaves on the afternoon train for a brief trip to thej twin cities. Barbers Wilt Close. We, the undersigned, agree to close hereafter on Sundays, commencing Co. March 15. E. L. TOWNSENP WALTER KNOTT. FRED ODE. LAVINE & DEMARS. GEORGE DOI-AN Bismarck. March 14. •CORRUPT MODERN CITIES." Dickinson Preacher Gets Busy with an Attack on Bismarck, Which He In cludes Among the Corrupt Modern Cities. The Dickinson Press has the follow ing rather remarkable church notice: the Congregational church Sunday morninK at 10:45. Rev. H. V. Romin- wjh prpach on "Jesus Christ and Ma„,lirlo R^jpinn preceded by short sermon to the children. evening the pastor will speak of his rupt Modern Cities." A Remarkable Case. One of the most remarkable cases of a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, caus- jnK pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger. his assistants are busy comparing trude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind., who was journals—under authority of the entirely cured by the use of One Min bouse—which will require several days. ute Cough Cure. She says: "The I coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number of rem-' edies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of! this wonderful remedy cured me en-1 tirely of the cough, strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight, health and strength." E. G. Patterson & Co. Work in Sight at Home. Valley City Times-Record: Bishop Mann's arraignment of conditions at Bismarck is an expression of public belief. Matters there may or may not be as bad as he claims, yet many people who believe that his state ments are not overdrawn. However this may be, if the bishop desires to do missionary work it is not neces sary for him to go to Bismarck. There is a good field nearer home, at Fargo, for instance. So far as a wide open policy is concerned there is little choice between the bishop's own home town and the capital city. Macaroni wheat for seed. Recom mended by IT. S. Dept. of Agriculture as a drouth resister. Good for twice the yield of other wheat in dry sea son: famous for yield always: the wheat for sub-arid regions. Address Carrington & Casey Land Co.. James town. N. D. Harness Oil. I have over a barrel of the best har ness oil on hand, worth $1 per gallon, but must be closed out at 75 cents at once. Now is your chance to get a bargain at Faunce's corner. Call and see my wall paper. I have a large supply on hand, and can supply yon in any grade from the cheapest to the dearest, at Faunce's corner, also all shades to match furniture or carpet: also room molding to match. -i for hobos Lewis, authorizing issue If you want a trunk delivered at urer Dec. 1: Davis, real estate taxes either depot or to any part of the city, due Dec. 1: Young, trials in district call 'phone No. l-N-7. court without a jury Chaftee, defln ing vagrancy and providing penalty As sl)r'nK approaches you will begin think a,K nt at Fargo. away the rubbish. Just 'phone 1-8-' Oard Orchestra at Presbyterian Northwest hotel. Church—The Oard orchestra will ren der sacred voluntaries and assist the choir with the music at tomorrow ev ening's service in the Presbyterian church. Service begins at 7:45 o'clock. cleaning up your yard, w'" at-'('n(l to it for you and haul or call on G. C. Wachter. opposite To Tell Work of Oarsmen A pressure recorder attached to the rowlock of the racing shell will here after be used to determine the work done by each oarsman. New Stark County •III. Dickinson Press: The new county boundary bill, which Increases the boundaries of Stark county by the ad dition of all of Hettinger county on the south. Dunn county and the south half of old Williams county on the north, was carefully prepared by Mr. Simpson and will certainly stand anyj test thereon made in_ court. The bill as drawn follows closely the decision of the supreme court of South Dakota, upholding a similar bill passed by the South Dakota legislature in 1899. The provisions of the South Dakota consti tution are identical with those con tained in the constitution of our own state. Under a similar bill Bowman county is attached to Billings county and the north half of old Williams goes to Mercer. The people of Stark. I Billings and Mercer, as well as those residing in the unorganized counties, will vote on the increase of the bound aries at. the general election in 1904. The election could not come earlier I because the constitution provides that I votes on changes of the county boundaries must be submitted at a general election. The Stomach ia the Man, A weak stomach weakens the man. because It cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment. Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to the I stomach. A weak stomach cannot It Pays to Advertise. A pocket purse containing quito a sum of money was lost by Thomas Banks a couple of weeks ago and no tices were placed in the postofflce and other buildings, but without results. Mr. Banks then placed an ad in the Argus, and darned if his dog didn't go out in the back yard and dig up the purse with the contents. in good con dition. Of course the dog cannot read, but he heard the family reading the item and thus furnished another evi dence that it pays to advertise in tho Argus. Mr. Banks is $40 ahead and we will steal the dog at the flrst op portunity.—Antwerp (O.) Argus. IF I HE BABY IS CUTTING TEETH, a lie sure and use that old and well-tried a In the' remedy, Mrs. Winslnw Soothing Svrun. for children teething. It soothes syn'P- I visit to the "Ruins of Pompeii and its the child, softens the gums, alleys all Lessons for Bismarck and Our Cor-^1"- cures wind co,,c an,,'R '"f for d'arrhooa. Twenty-five cents a bottle. All of North half and southwest (jmiitiir Undivided one-half Southwest quarter All of North one-half Northwoot quarter All of WoBt half and Buuthu*t qiiarb-r Norlhwe.st quarter Northwest quarter All of All of West one-half All of Allot Kant one-half. \Vftr.t ono half .. North half And *outho:u»t'qunrt»r Northw^bt quarter All of All of North uue-half Ka*t oua-half MADE JIN. NNY JIM" HEADACHE, whether caused by nervous affections or from a bilious condition of the sys tem, can be quickly cured by Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters. It ge's at the root of the trouble—the stomach and by making it strong and healthy, the nerves are strengthened and the liver and kidneys stimulated.. Try it the next time your head aches. It will also cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Con stipation, Insomnia and Malaria. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS 1 Wholesale and Retail ...GROCERS... I 1 IS! t. ri ,. .. .. Corner third and Iiroalw:n digest enough food to feed the tissues jll ,,It,...tjpjr and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body. Kolol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies, sweetens and strengthens the jr'ands and membranes of the stomach, and cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. E. (1. Patterson Dealers in Ciml, Wood, let* and Irain. Special Prices ON GROCERIES 161b. Sugar $1.00 20 lb. Good Cal. Prunes 1 00 10 lb. Evap Apples 1.00 8 lb. Good Rio Coffee.... 1.00 & lb Best 26c Coffee ... 1.00 Tea regular price 60c.. .60 Lemons, per doz .26 2 can? extra quality Peas .26 Choice Table Syrup, gal. .60 Genuine Sweet Cider... .40 Best N. O. Molasses 60 Good Canned Corn 10 Hams, bacon, lard, wheat, corn, bran, shorts, at Lowest Prices. A. LOGAN Though the cost of living has increased, the cost of Uneeda Biscuit is ever the same— In the same In-er-seal Package. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY FOR SALE! BURLEIGH COUNTY LANDS Description Section 1 Township Knn#f»» I I 1 140 X, 1 JO 139 33 'St 9 )Hx 35 139 13* 1 139 Also the following lands in KIDDER COUNTY adjacent to S TEELE Description Section Town^iip KuutfO *40 480 «c 1« r0 I'M 11 r* '1 118 160 Ho 142 14- 4*0 1M 4ft) tnO 610 3SJ tUO 820 :J0 4H0 130 |X» 13'J "y 79 M) VM Acre-j im no 140 14" 140 These lauds are all early selections and are the best lands in the imirket. For price, terms and II I PU AIIFN particulars enquire of HLLLIi Ot 73 74 74 74 71 17 ly 1*J *40 H40 3*J0 T.V WeVb KuildiuK. HLLLll| Bismarck, N.