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•jtf'-WJ.. lUfiSt MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—Manager of branch office we wish to locate here In Bismarck, Address, The Morris Wholesale House. Cincinnati O. TO EXCHANGE. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—FOR STOCK—One complete butcher out fit. Address J. C. Swett, Bismarck, N. D. TOR SALE—HARNESS AND BUG GIES. FOR SALE—High grade cushion tire buggy, equipped with pole and shafts. Cost |150. $70 takes it. F. L. Moule. FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS. FOR SALE—At wholesale^ price, a 7%x9 rug, never used. Box 323,SHAFTING Bismarck, N. D. FOR SALE—Commencing Monday the 29th, household goods must be sold by 1st of April. Phone 240 Mrs. J. D. Davies, 902 6th street. WANTED—AGENTS. WANTED—Agents, to handle easy selling and profitable specialty. Ad dress Lustrine Specialty Co., Glen coe, Minn. ESTRAYED. STRAYED—From the barn, a dark bay driving horse with halter on. A suitable reward will be paid for its return. Phone 144. CIGARS CIGARS—At $15 per thousand. First class sellers. Buy at ifactory. Save agents commission. William F. Erlenmeyer. 423 Third street FUEL COAL—I am selling the famous White Ash Coal. Phone your or ders and get prompt delivery. A. F. Marquett, agent. Phone 54. Of fice, 323 Fourth street (First publication March 30.) SUMMONS—Service by Publication. Sate of North Dakota, county of Burleigh. In Justice Court before E. S. Fierce, justice of the peace. G. A. Rawlings, plaintiff, vs. Emen uel Reichert, defendant. WJ!i^S^w.' The state of North Dakota to Eman uel Reichert, defendant. By this second summons you 'are herein directed to appear before me at my office in Bismarck, of the county of Burleigh in said state, at 10 o'clock a. m., of the 24th day of April, 1909, there to answer the complaint of G. A. Rawlings against you, alleging that you are indebted to him for professional service rendered at your special instance and request, between the 11th day of March, 1908, and the 26th day of August, 1908, and de-rants manding judgment against you for the sum of thirty-five dollars, and Inter est from and after the 27th day of September, 1908, at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, together with costs, and you are notified that unless you /--,l^:: POPULAR CLASSIFIED WANTS Advertisement!) under this bead will be inserted for ONE CENT A WORDfirstinsertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WORD 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 MOST be answered through correspondence. FOR SALE—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 rt}ght kind of marty. The amount of cash is not so essential as the right kind of man. Chas. Kupitz. FOR SALE MACHINERY. FOR 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. FOR~SALE =Automobiiel First class condition. Leaving country so don't need it. A bargain. Address P. O. Box 266. 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. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—A good second hand auto mobile for hard country work. Ad dress, giving full particulars, Buy er, Box 437, Bismarck, N. p. WANTED—Plain sewing, by Miss Rose Bestic, 709 Front street. WANTED—Your steam breaking. Fall terms if desired. L. A. Lyman, Aetna, N. D. WANTED—Music pupils, by a grad uate of Gustof Johnson school of music. Several years experience in teaching. In order to become ac quainted will teach fo* 35 cents per lesson. 709 Front street. Phone 572. WANTED—Cook and dishwasher. In quire at the Roanoke. FOR SALE—Dry stove wood, also garden plowing, cleaning yards and draying done. Nick Zahn. Phone 451. so appear and answer, the plaintiff will take judgment against you 'ac-ed cordingly. Given, this 29th day of March, A, D., 1909. E. S. PIERCE, FEMALE HELP WANTED 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. WANTED—A girl for general house" work. Apply at 808 Second street. WANTED—A girl for general house work at 211 Third street. FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—Two modern rooms with bath. Phone 17. 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, Fourth street. Phone 504. Young. Justice of the Peace. (First Publication March 30.) Proposal for Sale of Seed Grain Bond*. Sealed propostls will be received at the office of the county auditor of Ward county. North Dakota, in the court house in the city of Minot, in said county and state, for the sale of Ward county seed grain bonds, issued in persuance of an act of the legis lative assembly of the state of North Dakota, 1909 session, known as House Bill No. 12, entitled, "An act author* ozlng counties to issue bonds or war to procure seed grain for the needy formers resident therein." Said bonds-will be in denomination of five hundred ($500.00) dollars, due in two years from date of issue, and will bear interest at the rate of seven per cent per annum. The board of BI8MARCK DAILY TRIBUNE/TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1909. 307 FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooms at 223 Fourth street. Modern conveniences. FOR RENT—Pleasant roams with board, at reasonable rates, at the Roanoke. FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—Smal' house near busi ness center. Inquire at 405 Fourth street. FOR SALE—HOUSES. FOR SALE—Cheap, five room house, 50-foot lot two blocks from First National bank corner. Apply F. E FOR SALE—A small three-room house on Fourth street. Can be re-July moved to any part of city. See Wm. E. Breen. FOR SALE—On easy payments hut 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. Box 437. county commissioners have authoriz bonds to be issued to the amount of thirty-five thousand ($35,000.00) dollars, hut only so much of the said bonds issued will be sold as shall be necessary to provide funds for the seed grain application acted upon and allowed, at, and prior to the date of sale of the said bonds. There will be at least twenty thousand ($20,000. 00) dollars of the said bond issue sold. The board of county commis sioners reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Dated at Minot, North Dakota .this 29th day of March, A. D., 1909. J. W. FABRICK, County Auditor, Ward County, North Dakota. (First publication March 23.) Citation Hearing*for Appointment of Administrator. State of North Dakota, county of Burleigh. In County' Court, before Hon. M.and J. McKenzie, jud^e. In the matter of the estate of Jacob Pfau, deceased. Margaret Pfau, petitioner, vs. Se bastian Pfau, Andrew Pfau, Anton Prau, Clements Pfau,' Clementina Pfif er and Barbara Pfau, respondents. The state of North Dakota to the above named respondents, and all persons interested in the estate of Jacob Pfau, deceased: You and each of vou are hereby notified that Margaret Pfau the pe-state titioner, has filed In this court her petition, praying that letters of ad ministration upon the estate of Jacob Pfou, late of the town of Wilton, in the county of McLean, and state of North Dakota. de:eased be granted to Margaret Pfau and that the said petition will be heard and duly con sidered by this court on Tuesday, the 27th day of April, A. D., 1909, at two o'clock in the afternoon, of that day, at the court rooms of this court, in the county court house, in the city of Bismarck, county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota, and you, and each of you, are hereby ictted to be and appear before this court at the said time and place and answer said petition, and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of said petition should hot be granted. '-,,:0j (Seal.) By the Court: tg -^-.i S -, J., M. McKENZI#^ &2vJ3 Jrtdse of the County Court. Dated the 20th day of March, A. D., 1909. :-.-v- ".• JOHN F. PHILBRICK, ,' Attorney for Petitioner,.'feV Everybody go see Busch.fe's^W- The Markets LIVE STOCK. Chicago, 111., March 29.—Cattle Receipts 24,000 market steady to 10 lower. Steers 5.00 to 7.15 isows 4.00 to 5.75 heifers 3.25 to 6.00 bulls 3.75 to 5.25 calves 3.50 to 8.00 stockers and feeders 3.40 to 5.20. Hogs—Receipts 40,000 market is strong. Choice heavy shipping 7.00 to 7.15 butchers 6.95 to 7.10 light mixed 6.75 to 6.85 choice light 6.80 to 6.93 packing 6.80 to 6.95 pigs 5.30 to 6.35 bulk of sales 6.90 to 7.05. Sheep Receipts 18,000 market is steady. Sheep 3.00 to 6.60 lambs 7.00 to 8.25 yearlings 5.60 to 7.35. St. Paul, Minn., March 29.—Cattle —Receipts 1,900 market steady to strong. Steers 4.00 to 6.00 cows and heifers 2.25 to 5.O0 calves 2.25 to 6.50 stockers and feeders 2.50 to 5.00. Hogs Receipts 2,800 market is steady. Range 6.50 to 6.85 bulk of 'sales 6.75 to 6.80. Sheep Receipts 300 market is strong. Sheep 4.00 to 6.85 lambs 6.50 to 7.60. GRAIN. Duluth, Minn., March 2I—Close wheat—1 hard on track 1.17% to ar rive 1 northern 1.16% 2 northern 1.14% on track northern 1.16% 2 northern 1.14% May 1.15% July 1.11% September 1.03%. Durum—On track No. 1, 1.07% No. 2, 1.05%. May 1.06% July 1.06% September 92. Flax—To arrive 1.65% on track 1.65% May 1.64% July 1.64% Sep tember 1.43 October 1.36%. Oats—To arrive and on track 50 %. Chicago, 111., March 29.—Close wheat—May 1.19% July 1.06% Sep tember 1.00% December 1.00%. Corn—March 65% May 65% to% 66 September 65% to De cember 57% to %. Oats—May 54%- July 47% Sep tember 39%. Minneapolis, Minn. March 29.— Close Wheat—May 1.15% to% July 1.16% to cash hard 1.18% to 1 northern 1.17% to 2 northern 1.15% to 3 northern 1.11% to 1.13%. MONEY. New York, N. Y., March 29.—Money on call easy 1% to 2 percent ruling rate 1% closing id 1% offered at 1% percent. Time loans very quiet and steady 60 days 2% to 2% 90 days 2% 6 months 2% to 3 percent. :^^^^r^^^^^^^0^--C:V^ 30.) (First Publication March Contest Notice. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Bismarck, North Dakota, March 19th, 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Bedar Hill of Lawton, North Dakota, contestant, against homestead entry No. 39190, made October 14»h, 1907. for the southwest quarter (SW%* of section 8, township 141, range 75. by George H. Chroge, contestee, in which it is alleged that said George H. Chroge has failed and neglected to erect a habitable house on said land that he has failed and neglected to establish maintain his residence thereon, and has abandoned the same for more than six months last past that he has established and maintains his residence elsewhere, to-wit: With his mother on section 20, township 141, range 75, west of the 5th P. M.. at which place he now lives, and has for a long time that since the affi davit of contest was filed and before the contest notice was issued from the U. S. land office at Bismarck, X. D., the said George H. Chroge left the of North Dakota. That his ab sence from said land is not due to his employment in the U. S army or navy, in time of war. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said al legation, at 10 o'clock a. m., on April 30th, 1909, before the Register and Receiver of the United States land office in Bismarck, North Dakota. The said contestant having in a proper affidavit, filed February 19th. 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice cannot be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and prop er publication. JOHN SATTERLUND, Receiver. •A\ «*. .*..••*•• Dunrayen Place, A new and modern boardlTie house, where the comfort? of home will, he found. 212 Thinl street Bananas15 cents per dozen as long as they last at Richholf new store. A Very Simple Test TO FIND IF THE KIDNEY8 ARE EFFECTED AND HOW TO CURE THEM AT HOME. There are more cases of Kidney trouble here now than ever before, while recent reports show that more people succumb each year to some form of kidney disease than any other cause. When there is* sickness, examine the urine. Rheumatism is only a symptom of Kidney trouble. It is nothing more or less than excessive uric acid in the blood, which the slug gish," inactive kidneys have failed to sift out, leaving it to decompose and settle about the joints and' muscles, causing intense suffering frequently resulting in deformity often reach ing the heart, when death ensues. Pains across the back, frequent painful and suppressed urination and other symptoms of weak bladder are not the only signs of kidney trouble many cases of stomach disease, head ache, pain in the heart, inactive liver, etc., are but symptoms the cause of which can he traced to feeble, clogged kidneys. A simple test of the urine is to void a small quantity in a bottle or glass and let it stand over night next morning, if there is a reddish brick-dust sediment, or* white fleecy substance .present, either consult some reputable physician or take a good vegetable treatment. The following prescription is recommended highly in these cases and the sufferer van. mix It at home: Compound Kargon, one ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla, three ounces. Shake well and use in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime. Where any of the symptoms enu merated above are present, good re sults are sure to follow immediately the use of this simple prescription. (First publication March 2.) Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Min nie B. Davidson, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, w. F. Cochrane, adminis trator of the estate of Minnie B. Dav idson, late of the citv of Pasadena, in the county of Los Angeles, and state of California, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to ex hibit them, with the necessary vouch ers, within four months after the fltet publication of this notice, to said ad ministrator or at his office, in the city of Bismarck, in said Burleigh county. Dated March 1st, A. D. 1909. W. F. COCHRANE, Administrator. (First publication March 23.) Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Hen ry Fink, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, W. F. Cochrane, agent foF the administrator of the estate of Henry Fink, late of the county of Spink and state of South Dakota deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the publication of this notice, to said agent, at his office in the city' of Bismarck, in said Burleigh county. Dated March 22nd, A. D., 1909. W. F. COCHRANE. Agent for Administrator. NOTICE. The Baptist Laidies Aid will hold a food sale in connection with their annual Easter sale at Hoskin's Sta tionery store, Saturday, April 3. Dray and Transfer. Prompt and careful attention given all orders, rank Grass. Phone 550. For shoe bargains, go see Busch. The Stork Folding Bed The latest thing out for the baby ALL I O N Call and see it at FIELD'S Furniture Store IOO Main A Third St., Blsmarek *-«IrlliPP^ P. C. 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