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!l| MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—Manager of branch office we. wish to locate here in Bismarck, Address, The Morris Wholesale House. Cincinnati O. WANTED—Reliable man in each county to represent Mail Order House. $18.00 weekly steady em ployment. Clark Co.,. 315 Terminal Bldg., New York City. TQ EXCHANGE. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—FOR STOCK—One complete butcher out fit. Address J. C. Swett, Bismarck, N. D. FOR SALE—HARNESS AND BUG GIES. POR- SALE—High grade cushion tire buggy, equipped with pole and shafts.. Cost $150. $70 takes' it. P. L. Moule. TQR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS. POR SALE—At wholesale ptfce, a 7%«9 rug, never used. Box 323, Bismarck, N. D. POR SALE—Commencing Monday, the 29th, household goods must br sold by 1st of April. Phone 240 Mrs. J. n. Davies, 902 6th street. POR S^LE—Dresser commode, leather couch, dining table, kitchen cabinet, gasoline stove, rocking chairs and a set of Chamber's En cyclopaedia- Mrs. H. S. Scott, 38 Main street. WANTED—AGENTS. WANTED—Agents, to handle easy selling and profitable specialty. Ad dress Lustrine Specialty Co., Glen coe, Minn. WANTED—Responsible men to sell Gasoline lighting system. Exclusive territory attractive proposition to right parties. Catalogue free. Acorn Brass Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. DO. YOU waut to make $5 to $25 a day? Get the agency of our Pat ent Incandescent Kerosene Mantal Lamp, tOO candle power, 6 hours lor .Presto Light Co., 701 1st Ave.' So., Minneapolis, Minn. AGENTS MAKE $5 to $25 daily sell tag our Kitchen'Cutlery Sets. Need ed in every household. Superior quality. Sell at sight. Particulars -free. Write Metalware Co., Mona dnock Block, Chicago. 10-inch double disc records 2 rec ords in one for .65 cents, at Wood ward's.,^ •-..... USE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS. New«r#c^l150^lp$350»« ••-. 4 AUmakesahdSizes.' !«j*ruiit»na MR f0 $150*. second, handmachines ,»" Send forFrai catalog or bargains Inmotoi cyclesand motor sundries. •C. 8 NTOTSOW, Pioneer Motor Man. 34zWs4MiteStV PAUL* Advertisements under this head will be Inserted for ONE CENT A WOBD first insertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WOBP each conMCtttiwiDBertion, if paid w'h 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. POR SALE—Miscellaneous POR 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 ^f business cares the buveV must be the right kind of narty. The amount of cash is not so essential as th«WANTED—A right kind of man. Chas. Kupitz. FOR SALE MACHINERY. POR SALE—25-hourse power Brown ell slide valve steam engine, in first class condition with Garder ner safety governor. Has been run eight months only. A bargain for some one. Apply at Tribune office. SHAFTING AND PULLEYS FOR SALE-^In changing our. plant to electric power, we have stored a large quantity of shafting of dif ferent sixes and all sizes of pulleys and hangers, all as good as new Will be sold at a bargain. Address Tribune, Bismarck. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—A good second hand auto mobile for hard country work. Ad-FOR dress, giving full particulars, Buy er, Box 437, Bismarck, N. D. POR SALE—Milk. 801 Fifth street. FOR SALE—Dry stove wood, also garden plowing, cleaning yards and draying done. Nick Zahn. Phone 451. ESTRAYED. STRAYED—Prom -the barn, a dark bay driving horse with halter on. A suitable reward will be paid for its return. Phone 144. Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Syl vester Noble, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, Burt Noble, administrator of the estate of Sylvester Noble, late of the city of Beaver Dam, and state of Wisconsin, deceased, to the credit ors of, and all- persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them With the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publica tion of this notice, to said adminis trator, at his office In the village of Wilton, in McLean county. Dated March 5th, A. D-, 1909. BURT NOBLE, Administrator. (First publication March 13.) S Mrs. A. W. Cook., Get your horses clipped by the old reliable clipper 20 years exper ience. Also when you need a good team for a country drive with or without a driver, phone 105, or call at 118 second street. Parties who have horses that need a few days care and driving to put in shape for summer use, call and make terms. I can break good colts. C. White. WANTED—Your steam breaking. Fall terms if desired. L. A. Lyman, Aetna, N. D. FEMALE HELP WANTED Fourth street. Phone 504. FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooms at 223 Fourth street. Modern conveniences. Box 437. FUEL. COAL—I am selling the famous White Ash Coal. Phone your, or ders and get prompt delivery. A. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, 8UNPAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1909. WANTED—A girl for general house work. Call at 402 Fifth St. Mrs. H. L. Reade. WANTED—A girl for general house work. Best of wages. Apply at once at 102 Ave. B. girl for general house- work. Apply at 808 Second street. WANTED—A girl for general house work at 211 Third street. FOR RENT—RODM8. FOR RENT—Large front room, mod ern. 419 Seventh street. FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooms, with or without board. In quire Park hotel. FOR RENT—Two front rooms, 307 FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with board, at reasonable rates, at the1.14% Roanoke. FOR RENT—HOUSES. RENT—Sinai* house near busi ness center. Inquire at 405 Fourth street. FOR 3ALE—HOUSE8. Young. FOR SALE—Cheap, five room house, 50-foot lot two blocks from First National bank corner. Apply F. E.wheat—May FOR SALE—A small three-room house on Fourth street. Can be re moved to any part of city. See Wm. E. Breen. FOR SALE—On easy payments but little more than rent, a small house and lot within three blocks of the business center on the best street in Bismarck Just the place for a man to be near his wont. Address P. O F. Marquett, agent Phone 64. Of fice, 323 Fourth street CIGAR8 CIGARS—At $15 per thousand. First class sellers. Buy at [factory. Save agents commission. William F. Erlenmeyer. 423 Third street Dunraven Place. A new and modern boarding house, where the comforts of home will be found. 212 Third street. .. «j. •. Bids For Church. Sealed bids will be received until April 3,1909,'at 2 o'clock in the after noon, b'r the undersigned, for the sale of the old church buSlding be longing to the Methodist Episcopal church, situated on the corner of Fifth and Thayer streets. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. A. W. COOK, Secretary of the Board of Trustees, M. E. Church. Notice to Contractors. Bids will be received by the, un dersigned up to and including March 31, 1909, for the erection of a two story and basement store building to be erected at Beach, N. D. Plans and specifications can be seen at my store at Sentinel Butte, N. D. Address all bids to J. J- Bartley, Sentinel Butte, N. D., and to be accompanied by a certified check of $300. Owner re serves the right to reject any and all bids. N. A. Freeburg of Mandan, ar chitect ._• J. Bartley. -:M'*\ Bids Wanted. Bids will be received for furnishing and constructing a two-story frame building on my Fourth street property. Also for excavating and stone work. Bids received until noon, April 3. Plans and specifications may be. seen at my store. Rights reserved to re ject any or all bidsi-'fl .' •$0:~t -^^^:.:-.:^ WAVE. BRBB5N.'"" $500.00. for Children's Home, Fargo, Should Miss Marion Risk, student, SUte Normal School, Valley City, N. Pv win- first, prise: in/ Fargofi*l*y News Contest, I will,. nr|sen& the above amount to the' home fin cs*h. Work ^fpr Marion Risk,] an# cast the votes for Jfarion Risk. JOHN A...:]HIS^:*" ^^XaMoure, N. 13^ l&sxch 18, 1909. ?^iwpywfi •KaiBa»faiWriw?i)»iaiiiiHByiii^^ The Markets *3S$' LIVE STOCK. Chicago, 111., March 27.—Cattle Receipts 200 market steady. Beeves 4.65 to 7.00 Texas steers 4.40 to 5.50 western steers 4.00 to 5.50 -stackers and feeders 3.35 to 5.50 'cows and heifers 1.90 to 5.60 calves 5.75 to 8.00. Hogs—Receipts 7,000 market Is 5 higher. Light 6.55 to 7.00 iiixed 6.70 to 7.10 heavy 6.75 to 7.15 rough '6:75 to 6.90 good to choice heavy 6.90 to 7.15 pigs 5.60 to*6.55 bulk oi sales «.85 to 7.05. Sheep Receipts 1,500 market is steady. Natives 3.60 to 6.15 western 3.60 to 6.30 yearlings 6.15 to 7.25 lambs, rative 5.70 to 8.00 western S 75 to $20. St. Paul, Minn., March 27--Cattie— Receipts 2'0 market steady and un changed. t* gs—Receipts 3,200 market 1C tr. Range 6.65 to 6.80 hulk of 6.70 to 6.75. SIH--^—Receipts 600 rrnn'kar. steady and unchanged. GRAIN. Duluth, Minn., March 27.—Close wheat—1 hard on track 1.17% to ar rive 1 northern 1.16% 2 northern on track 1 northern 1.16% northern 1.14%. May 1.15% to July 1.16% September 1.02%. Durum—On track No. 1, 1.07 No. 2,1.05 May 1.05% July 1.05%. Flax—To arrive 1.66 on track 1.66 July 1.64%. September 1.41% Octob er 1.37%. Oats—To arrive and on track 50% Chicago, 111., March 27.—Close 1.18% July 1.05% to September 99% Deceember 1.00%. Corn—March 65% May 66% Julj 65% September 65% December 57 %. Oats—May 54% July 47 to Sep tember 39%. Minneapolis, Minn., March 27.— Wheat—May 1.15 to July 1.16 tc cash 1 hard 1.17% to 1.18% 1 northern 1.16 to 1.17% 2 north em 1.14% to 1.15% 3 northern 1.11 to 1.13%. MONEY. New York, N. Y-, March 27.—Monev on call nominal. Time loans dull and easy 60 day? 2%. percent 90 days 2% to 3 percent 6 months 3 percent. Bids Wanted. Sealed proposals for the purchase of bonds to be issued for the purpose of purchasing seed grain for needy farmers in Montraille county, North Dakota, will be received by the board of county commissioners of Montraille county at Stanley, North Dakota, up to ten o'clock, a. m., of April 3d, A. D., 1909. Bonds to be issued for the amount of $15,000 or for a less or greater amount, as may be required, and to be drawn for a period of two years with interest at the rate of 6 percent per annum, interest to be payable in April and October of each year. Bonds to be in denominations of $500 each. The board reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. Given by order of the board of county commissioners of Montraille county, North Dakota, and under my hand .and seal this 19th day of March, A. B., 1909. W. C. GIBB, County Auditor. If you find and answer half of theHurd ads. that have a real person il Im portance for you. you will prosper. Parcel and baggage delivery. Maher Dray Line. Phone 423. [TSE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS USE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS. ctioa that hMjpnade such a hit _, ,.-.,!** •oMUnbeaatUulcraftsmanship boxes—60c the pound. Afoar store The Stork Folding Bed The latest thing out for the baby ALL IRON Call and see it at FIELD'S Furniture Store IOO Main Third St., Bismarck COLGATE'S RIBBON DENTOL CREAM COMES OUT A RIBBON LIES FLAT ON THE BRUSH Delicious and antiseptic. The dentifrice which combines efficiency with a delightful taste. after- Sold By J. G. COWAN & CO, Drug'ts, 414 Main St. FOUND DEAD IN BED. Steele, N. D., March 27.—Word was brought to town that Jno. Lee, a hamesteader living near the Chas. E. place northeast of town ~*3 miles, had been found dead in his bed. Coroner Pryse went up and it is understood that the cause of death is said to have been heart disease. Mr. Lee was about 65 year of age and leaves a family, the son being a lad of ten or twelve years. USE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS. The Last Word in Candy ocolite. therichest, s'nsppiest-cresm-centers. Upmost satisfying-. Oolites sirepnre-nl^s fresh,tempdtwmd!Bi»«frb«toHied^ntiMttM«»i Goodness No matter what de licious candy you haveeaten before —you are sure to pronounce Cashier Fire Hail Bond Tornado Sorority Chocolates— Taylor-Made— trtam of creamt among chocolates. Chocolates 4 Undertakers Embalmers Day Phoit—50 Nlgfct PiQH-543 65 Licensed Eibilier ii Charge P. C. Remington, President Walter Graham, •?-»®m$R Ass't. Merchants SlaterCashie BANK Capital and Surplus. $58,000.00 E N E A A N I N Money to Loan on farm Land Interest Paid oa Tim* Deposits and Savings Aeeoimts WACHTER Dray and Transfer Co. Dealen. A W O O a I E Drays fernished fer all purposes PACKAQE BEUVERY DRAY STORAGE HTER •ISMARCK, n. INSURANCE IN OLD LINE COMPANIES P. C. REMINGTON, Agent Office at Merchants State Bank TELEPHONE 256 SliTTERY.GUNN&Ca GROCERIESlRetaidaneWholesal Dealers In Coai, Wood, Ice and Grain Corner Third and Broadway BJSMARCK, N. DAK. 60 YFARS* EXPERiENCE TRADE MAHRS DESIGNS COf*VDK»HTS A Ideec Anyonesending a*sketch and description out Sventlon lickly ascertain oar opinion free whether is probably pat^taWjuCommuni-sonPstet. ttonssulcUyconMwftuJUUnHBDI a tentfree. Oldest aaene*JW.aae«rtnirpatents. Patenta taken tBroaah Wunn A Co. recoils pegolfietlcs, withoutcharge, In the $mm Jlnericait AAandsoinelyntastnted weekly. J-sreestcW cnlatioa of any snientlOc Journal. Terms, 3 year: four monthsSi. Sold byall newsdealers. Brancr. Office. afi bt-Waibmcton. PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. S. PIERCE County Justice City Justice Notary Public Office. Baker or I. O. O. P. Hall Office Phone—56 Res. Phone—268 Office hours: 9 to 12 a. 2 to 5 p. m. AUGER A LEVER80N, Attorneys at Law, First National Bank Block. ARTHftJR VAN HORN, Architect, 209 Seventh Street, Bismarck, N. O. Office Paone 805 Residence 24K T. R. Mockler W. L. Smtti. a Olson MOCKLER, SMITH AND OLSON Loans on Ch Property. .'•'•'••v.:'•'••''-•=fefe'llif E- P, Quain. Vice President I. A. Graham, DAK. :MM :^,g Law, Real Estate and Loana^= Sjsmarck and Washburn pfc O.