Newspaper Page Text
MALE HELP WANTED
MEN WANTED QUICKLY—By a big Chicago Mail Order House, to dis tribute catalogues, ^advertise, etc. $25.00 a week. $60.00 expense al lowed first month. No experience required. Globe association, 501 Wabash Bldg., Chicago. WANTED—Manager of branch office we wish to locate here in Bismarck, Address. The Morris Wholesale House. Cincinnati O. WANTED—A first class shoemaker at once. Carl Juhnke, Bismarck N. D. FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—Small house near busi ness center. Inquire at 405 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Small house on lower Thlird street. Harriet E. Wilcox. TO EXCHANGE. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—FOR STOCK—One complete butcher out fit. Address J. C. Swett, Bismarck, N. P. FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE—Forty horsepower Sterns car, 1904 model good repair $1500. Cost when new $3500: and stock of dry goods—in voice $1000, for good tract of land. Write Box 415 Dickinson, N. D. CIGARS CIGARS—At $15 per thousand. First class sellers. Buy at .factory. Save agents commission. William F. Erlenmeyer. 423 Third street. FOR SALE—Land FOR SALE—The southeast quarter of section 33, township 138, range 79. Make me an offer. A. Maxwell, Lexington, Neb. FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED—Competent woman as housekeeper where there are child ren. The best of wages of compe^ tent and faithful. Addrss Mrs. A., care Tribune. POUND FOUND—An oval breast pin. Call at at Tribune, pay for ad. and re ceive pin. LOST. LOST—A ladies' tan purse, contain Sng money, between 827 Fifth St., and Webb Bros, store. Finder please return to Tribune office and receive reward. "FOR SALE-J-Household Goods. FOR SALE—One dining room table, six chairs to match, one buffet, rocking chadrs, all in Mission Ook. Parties interested address P. O. Box No. 443. 4 Dunraven Place. 9 fr A new and modern boarding house, where the comforts of «home will -be found. 212 Third Kr street ..»•• Parcel and baggage delivery. Maher Dray Line. Phone 423. USE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS I POPULAR CLASSIFIED WANTS Advertisemente under this head will bo in»erted for ONE CENT A WORD first insertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WOBD each consecutive insertion, if paid cash in advance.) No publication for less than 15c. Cash must accompany out of town orders. Advertisements in these columns having letters or numbers MUST be answered through correspondence. for the Future FOR SALE—Miscellaneous I MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Half interest in my gro cery, meat market and bakery. This business is too well known to re quire lengthy description. As I am going to relieve myself entirely ft business cares the buver must be the right kind of party. The amount of cash is not so essential as th« right kind of man. Chas. Kupitz. FOR SALE MACHINERY. SHAFTING AND PULLEYS FOR SALE—In changing our plant to electric power, we have stored a large quantity of shafting of dif ferent sizes and all sizes of pulleys and hangers, all as good as new. Will be sold at a bargain. Address Tribune, Bismarck. COAL—I am selling the famous White Ash Coal. Phone your or ders and get prompt delivery. A. F. Marquett, agent. Phone 5£. Of fice, 323 Fourth street FOR SALE—POULTRY. PURE BRED Rose Comb White Leg horns, unexcelled layers. Eggs for hatching, $2.00 per 15. Phone 442. John A. Keenan, 1029 7th street. MISCELLANEOUS FARM LOANS—Small house on 50 foot lot for sale, easy terms., G. J. Keenan Land Co. WOOD FOR SALE—Good cottonwood stovewood at bargain. Phone 153 R. WANTED—Customers for certified milk. Delivery morning or evening, any part of city. Will buy fresh milch cows subject to tuberculin test. Phone 442. FOR SASLE—LOTS. FOR SALE—Some city lots, cheap if taken at once. Geo. M. Register. FOR SALE—100-foot corner, water and sewer. Fine location. Price $675.00 Harvey Harris & Co. WANTED—SALESMAN WANTED—Salesmen to sell a gen eral line of ihigh grade groceries to hotels, farmers, stockmen and other large consumers. Our goods are guaranteed to comply with the national as well as all state pure food laws. No investment. Com missions advanced experience un necessiary liberal income assured honest, energetic men. The ban ner season is now at hand. Write today for particulars." John Sexton & Co., Wholesale Grocers, Lake and Franklin streets, Chicago. Mental Telepathy Notice. All persons are warned not to tres pass on section 17^138-80, south of town, known as the Wolfe land, and to cut or remove anv timber there f.om under penalty of law. Want Advertising for "15he NOW! MAY be that in a few thousand years from now people will be able to do, by mental telepathy, many of the things which they must now accomplish through want adver tising. The man who has something to sell may then be able to locate and communicate with the most profitable buyer by a mere "telepathic stunt whereas now he relies upon the classified ad to do the trick. Of course, it might be somewhat embarrassing to you to go on a "TELEPATHIC HUNT" for a new stenographer—and, all considered, the "Want Ad quest" to be preferred. In fact, in all the day's quests and tasks, the Want Ads furnish a sort of "applied telepathy"— something which meets present conditions and needs very well, indeed! W. A. FALCONER, Agent. If a woman is a "oargaln-hunter" her husband need not be quite such a harried money-hunter. WANTED—Persons with talent for drawing for class in cartooning and newspaper illustration. Com plete course in 4 weeks. For par ticulars, etc., address, Stewart, care Tribune, Bismarck, N. D. FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, strict ly modern. 400 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, with or without board. New, modern house. 216 9th street. FOR RENT—Rooms in modern house, 1-005 5th street. Telephone 230. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern. Two ladies or married couple preferred. Phone 428. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. Cor ner 7th and Front. Phone 572. FOR RENT Two nice furnished rooms, with all modern* conven iences. Call at 223 Fourth St. FOR RENT—Pleasant roams with board, at reasonable rates, at the Roanoke. BUSINESS CHANCES. YOUNG MARRIED MAN—Who has some common sense business abil ity and a few hundred dollars, would invest in profitable business in a live town in North Dakota. Either part or whole interest. Address R. R., Tribune. WANTED—AGENTS. WANTED—Three general agents for the state of North Dakota to han dle Irrigable lands in small tracts and on easy payments. None but competent and energetic men need apply. Write at once. Truck AGENTS—Make $5 to $25 daily sell ing our Kitchen Cutlery -seta. Needed in every household. Super ior quality. Sell at sight. Particu lars free. Write, Metalware Co., Monadnock Blk., Chicago. FOR SALE Houses. FOR SALE—On easy payments but little more than rent, a small house and lot within three Mocks of the business center on the best street BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1909. Growers Colonization Co., Washer Bldg., San Antonio, Texas. In Bismarck Just the place for a man to be near his wont. Address P. O. Box 437. FOR SALE—Five-room house, 50 foot lot, icity water on lower 7th street. M. P. Skeels. STILT WALKING. In Some Parts of France It Is an Ab solute Necessity. In some parts of the world, partic ularly in the low districts of France, stilt walking is a necessity. In Gas cony there are great level plains cov ered with stunted bushes of dry heath. These waste lands have a soil that Is so permeable, so soft and yield ing, that the slightest fall of rain makes them practically impassable by ordinary methods of pedestrlanism. Bat these wastes must be traversed at all seasons by the poor people of Gascony, and necessity has according ly made the Gascons a stilt walking people, and men, women and children may be seen at all seasons of the year stuck upon high stilts, trudging through the waste lands, carrying bas kets, bundles and the like. The stilts used are about five feet long and often longer. The shepherds of Landes all go on stilts. The shepherd is provided with a stont staff that answers for many purposes. At the proper place in the staff is a flap, which makes a com fortable seat when turned down. On this the shepherd quietly sits and watches his flock, and while he sits up there he knits or spins with a dis taff thrust in bis girdle. The Landes stilt walker can do mar velous things with these five foot leg extensions. He can run with a speed that will tax a horse, pick up a pebble or pluck a flower as the cowboy reaches to the earth from, his pony, and he can drop to the ground level and regain the perpendicular as quickly as a boy can turn a handspring.—Chicago News. 1 Proof Positive. A certain prominent and excellent lawyer of Chicago, but one of the quietest and most unobtrusive of men, steals around noiselessly, with his bands meekly clasped on his breast and a seraphic and perpetual smile. A bonmot at his expense is told of the late Emory Storrs, a brilliant advo cate and an exquisite wit. He went t« the lawyer's office and Inquired for him, but was Informed that he was out "Oh. no he isn't," he replied. "I I know that he is in." "But I assure you, Mr. Storrs, he Is not In." "Now." responded Mr. Storrs, "I know better. He moat be In. It Is so still In theref LIVE STOCK. Chicago, 111., March 13.—Cattle Receipts 400 market steady. Beeves 4.60 to 7.30 Texans steers 4.50 to 5.40 western steers 4.10 to 5.60 stockers and feeders 3.50 to 5.50 cows and heifers 1.90 to 5.75 calves 6.00 to 8.50. Hogs—Receipts 22,000 market mostly 5 lower. Light 6.30 to 6.70 mixed 0.40 to 6.85 heavy 6.50 to 6.90 rough 6.50 to 6.60 good to choice heavy 6.60 to 6.90 pigs 5.25 to 6.10 bulk of sales 6.60 to 6.75. Sheep Receipts 3,000 market weak. Native 3.25 to 5.75 western 3.40 to 5.75 yearlings 5.90 to 7.15 lambs, native 5.75 to 7.70 western 5.75 to 7.75. St. Paul, Minn., March 13.—Cattle —Receipts 150 steadv and unchang ed. Hogs Receipts 2,000 mostly 5 lower. Range 5.30 to 6.65 bulk 6.35 to 6.40. Sheep Receipts 300 steady and unchanged. Lambs stead and un changed. GRAIN. Duluth, Minn., March 13.—Close wheat—1 hard on track 1.17% arrive 1 northern 1.16% 2 northern 1.14% on track 1 northern 1.16% 2 northern 1.14% May 1.15% to July 1.16*4 September 1.02%. Durum—On track No. 1, 1.04 No. 2, 1.02 May 1.03 July 1.03. Flax—To arrive 1.65y2 on track 1.65% May 1.64 July 1.63% Sep tember 1.43V4 October 1.38. Oats—To arrive 51% on track 51 Minneapolis, Minn., March 13.— Close wheat—May 1.15% to July 1.16% to :cash 1 hard 1.18 to No. 1 northern 1.17 to 2 northern 1.15 to 3 northern 1.11 to %. Chicago, 111., March 13.—Close wheat—May 1.17% July 1.05% to% September 98% December 99%. Corn—March. 65% May 68% July 67%: September 67% to Decem ber 59%. Oats—May 55% July 50 Septem ber 41%. MONEY. New York, N. Y. March 13.—Money on call nominal. Time loans very dull and very steady 60 days 2% percent 90 days 2% percent six months 3 percent. Making the Sultan's Cigarette*. The sultan of Turkey is very par ticular concerning the quality of nls cigarettes, which accordingly have to be made in a small factory in the royal palace itself. Some half doteu workmen, the most skilled to be found, are daily engaged In a light, airy room, containing a couple of band cutting mac*alras of the simplest pattern, and here they examine the bales of Turkish grown tobacco raised for the sultan's use. The best crops in the country are marked for his spe cial benefit, and what is not actually selected for making into cigarettes must be destroyed. A hundred weight of leaves may be turned over before a pound sufficiently fine is_found. One Man's Meanness. Bilklns—My wife bought a $55© hat one day last week and had it sent to my office C. O. D. Wllklns—Tough luck, eh? Bilkins—Oh, no I sent it back P. D. Q. Largest dealers In The North-West. NewMotorCycles$150°°to $35000 Al and sizes. BObniltanldmakes $3500 ft $150*0. second hand machines Send for Free catalog of bargains lnmotoi cycles and motor sundries. S. HXTJTSON, Wabasha. 8U Pioneer Motor Man. ST. PAUL, a COLGATE'S RIBBON DENTOL CREOM COHES OUT A RIBBON LIES FLAT ON THE BRUSH Delicious and antiseptic The 'dentifrice which combines efficiency with a deKghtful '•fat-taste. Sold By J. G. COWAN CO, Orugts, 414 Main $ HE CHURCHES SALVATION ARMY Sunday, Mar. 14—11 a. m., Holiness meeting. 3 p. m., Children's meeting and bible class. 8 p. m., Salvation meeting. These meetings, led by Brigadier C^isins, assisted by Adjutant Thompson. BAPTIST CHURCHi—Avenue and Fourth sctreet. 10:45 a. m., Wor ship with sermon, topic, "The Pull of Prayer." 12 m., Bible school. 6:45, Christian Endeavor meeting. 7:45, People's service, sermon topic "A Man Converted." A cordial welcome to a home like church. Geo. B. Xewcomb, minister. GERMAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH —Sunday, Mlarch 14, services as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Services at 10:45. Evening ser vices at 7:30 of the Y. P. A., led by Mr. William Kensil. W. C. Men ges, pastor. H. C. Lehner, assis tant. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Services for the Third Sunday in Lent. Morning services with sermon by the rector at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 12:15. Mid-week services—Thursday at 2:30, Guild meets with Mrs. Can ning on Sixth street. Friday ser vices at the church at 10:30 a. m., and 4:30 p. m. These services are for every body. Owen F. Jones, rector. McCABE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Louis Magin, pastor. Services today: 10:45 a. m., ser mon by the pastor, topic, "Fellow Workers.'' Special music. 12 m., Sunday school. 3:30 p. m., Junior League. 7 p. m., Epworth League devotional service, C. B. Winters, leader. Special music. Evening gospel service, rermon topic, "The True Way." Special music by the choir. Strangers are invited to make our church their Sunday home. Everybody invited. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Morn ing worship at 10:45 a. m. Sermon, "The Common People's Chance," Special music, quartette. Sunday school at 12 m. Junior Endeavor at 4 p. m. Senior Endeavor at 7 p. m. Evening praise at 8 p. m. Sermon, 'Following Near," Special music. 'A cordial invitation is ex tended to visitors in the city, to strangers newly arrived, if they have no other church offiliationstto make .their church home with us. Chas. W. Harris, pastor. PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. S. PIERCE County Justice City Justice Notary Public Office. Baker or I. O. O. F. Hall Office Phone—06 Res. Phone—26* Office hours: 9 to 12 a. 2 to 5 p. m. AUGER & LEVERSON, Attorneys at Law, First National Bank Block ARTHUR VAN HORN, Architect, 209 Seventh Street, Bismarck, N. 0 Office Phone 305 Residence 24fi T. R. acockler W. L. Smith C. H. Olson MOCKLER, SMITH AND OLSON Loans on City Property. Law, Real Estate and Loans Bismarck and Washburn N. I P. C. Remington. President Walter Graham. I AND- ECONOMY are combined In HENRY BOSCH COMPANY'S Novel and Superb collection of WALLPAPERS Every Design is New and All are offered at the lowest New York-Chicago prices. Samples wfll be submitted at your residence. There Is no obligation to purchase. A postal card to address given below will receive prompt at- ARNE6S & FORLAND Leave Orders at Palace Hotel. BCVBN Undertakers and Embalmers Day Phoie—50 Night Phone—543 65 Licensed Enbiimer in Charge E- P. Quain. Vice President J. A- Graham. Cashier Ass't. Cashier Merchants State BANK Capital and Surplus. $50,000.00 E N E A A N I N Money to Loan on Farm Land Interest Paid on Time Deposits and Savings Accounts I I WACHTER Dray and Transfer Co. Dealeru A W O O a I E Drays furnished fcrall purposes PACKAGE DELIVERY DRAY STORAGE 6. C. WACHTER MOM 12 BISMARCK, N. DA*. Fire Kail Bond Tornado INSURANCE IN OLD LINE COMPANIES P. C. REM IN6 TON, Agent Office at Merchant* State Bank TELEPHONE 25* SUTTEHY.GUNN&CO Wholesale and Retail GROCERIES Dealers In Coai, Wood, Ice and Grain Comer Third and Broadway BISMAKCK. X. DAK. 6 0 YFARS EXPERIENCE TRADE NUrtKa DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC. AnTone sending a sketch and description ma mtckly ascertain onr opinion free wbetlier a raventW is probably P'lt&ntajjl&n-0'1™""'""! lions BI rictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Pntei tent free. Oldest agency for aecunug interns. Patents taken tbroutih Blunn &• Co. recel'f tptrial notice, withou charge, Scientifict AmericanethuI A.nandKmcly Wngtrafed weekly. I.«rco«t vl culatlon of any sciemlne Journal. 1 T».». »3 year four monlue, «L Sold by all new ...to,, ler- Brenct Office fe-U Wwhinpton X- t. OSTEOPATHY The Natural Way to Health Most all diseases successfully treated by this method. Dr. J. J. Drummond OSTEOPATH Office Room 15, Lucas Block. Phone 591, BISMARCK. N. D. CORRESPONDENCE S0LJCIT6D Acquired Wisdom. The K.tti- -I warned to get married when I was twenty-one, but my father said d'cr.'t have sense enough. So I waited untl I was thirly. The Maid—And yon married at thirty The Man—Oh, no at thirty I had too much sense to want a wife.