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STOCK-^Ohe complete butcher out fit. Address. J. C. Swett, Bismanck, VVN, 'p.- .. '.:. :••'•,• WANTED—AGENTS. WANTED—Agents, to handle easy selling and profitable specialty. Ad dress Lustrine Specialty Co., Glen coe, Minn. ______ CIGARS CIGARS—At $15 per thousand. First class sellers. Duy at (factory. Save agents commission, William F. Erlenmeyer. 423 Third street FUEL. COAL—I am selling the famous White Ash Coal. Phone your or ders and get prompt delivery. A. F. Marquett, agent. Rhone 64. Of fice. 328 Fourth street FOR SALE—WOOD. FOR SALE—Dry stove wood, also garden plowing, cleaning yards land draying done. Nick Zahn. Phone 1 v"? ".^-•'*''. :.J ./0[.-.- FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—6-room house. Register. Geo. F^R RENT—Eight room modern rhouse Centrally located. A. C. Hinckley. FOR RENT—Smaiy house near busi ness center. Inquire at 405 Fourth /street -'•::'w':-'^$-::. •'. \:^*zz FOR RENT—5-room house also 1,280 acres of ranch land with all lm provements. 12 miles southeast of Bismarck. AddreBS 222 Second St IFOR RENT^our-room cottage. Tn quire at A. Christopher's, Mandan avenue and Broadway. FOB SALE—HOU8EHOLP GOOP8. ^4*WPJW^Al&--m -furniture, for ^fiono week only ,E. 8. Beardsley. WANTED^-COOKS A BAKERS -V WANTED--* good cook at the Palace hotel. CT (First j^blie|gon3^rir|.) -x- SherW7* ^ale.- ,,•,., state of gfjg&ti $y&i*fi&^<4 ^•iBurl«_li sMi-•: V- "±& •••'.•*fmkmt Addle B. 'Welch^ plaintiff, vs. Ji Kenepek, Ida^Mueller _nd B.jRing defendants. .•- ,'.'•* Notice is herebv^glfen^ that.Ay vlr ltue*of an ie-ectra^^d^j-e^WBcted: and delivered, and now lnnty hands, issued out of the clerk's office of the Sixth Tuolclal district courtK»tate*0. 'i North IWkota, In and for: the county of Burleigh.-upbn a judgment rendered in said court in favor of Addie^ FOR SALE—25*ourae power -Browii ell slide valve steamengine to first class condition with Oarder- eight months only^ A baixain for some one. Apply at Tribune office. 0 SAt B--Automobile. First class condition. Leaving: country so don't need it A bargain. Address P. O. Box 266. -r 1 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 aH 4ises of pulleys and hangers, all as good as new Will be sold at a bargain. ^Address Tribune, Bismarck. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—A Shlermeyer dray wag on, ball bearing, 5th wheel. Best make there is. A bargain for any body that wants a dray. Call and examine at my shop, icorner of 5th and Broadway. J. Kindl, General Blacksmith. FOR SALE—Baby carriage, nearly new. J. A. Pollick, Tribune. WANTED—A good second hand auto mobile for hardE countryv^rotk. Ad dress, giving full particulars, Buy er, Box 437, Bismarck, N. D. FOR SALE—5,000 diamond willow and ••^i*&:&?AimtmwBt&&& dalfe, N D. 1 WANTED—Your steam breaking. Fall 'terms if desired. L. A. Lyman, Aetna, N.-D./.•• WANTEDr-^faperienced .physician would'like' to hear'of good location in western part of state. Address Dr. F. J., care Tribune, Bismarck, N. D. BUSINEW^WWC^Sr"^ FOR SALE—Half interest in my gro cery, meatmarket _aklJ*rt»~« This business is top well known to re quire lengthy description. As, I am going td relieve inyaelf entirely *t business cares the buver must be the right kind"6t'w_*yTThe^a_iotmt of cash is not so essential as the right kind of man. Chas. Kupltx, FOR SALE—MUSICAL MINTS. :f$Bt Welch, plaintiff, and against J. Kene pek, Ida Mueller and B. Ring, defeatd I ants. I have4evied upon^the folloflng ." personal property of said defendants^rU»J9-J •.^to-wlt: :.' -r:A: One Majestic range cooking range, ione plush covered -davenport .two pairs of porUere two Wrlm curtains five pairs of Nottingham curtains '••'•*two steel couches: twelve«?yards of Imattlng onelqt^of g*otSeri(BSt '. And that I shall on Monday, the 19th I a Aprifc^A. D^ 1909,j#* tl»e hjour I of •&o cdffick ^p. 61 a day, at"ithe FOR SALE—Six octave Peerless Or gan. J^^mj^WlJTm^^^St^ 9 r^ ioanoke iiotel, in^the city of Bis Mtcfi in said cqu_ty and state, pro efedlto ae^jfrliit, Utle and Interest fp_ei above nimed J. Kenepek, Ida m^ktig, & and to the I D. J. McGILUS, Sheriff of Burleig Co., N. D. COCHRANE & BRADLEY, .*Wf Plaintiff's Attorneys. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., AprU 7th, ...," WANTED—A girl for general house work.' Small family good wages Sirs. Thos. Fortune,' 808 Third 8 ^WANTED—A g«rLforvF«eiiesal hpu!^ Wptk.: 924 Fourth'street. WANTED—Good cook or girl, at once at Mrs. Dunn's, 212 Third street W A N E girl for general house work. Best of wages. Apply at once at 102 Ave. B. WANTED—A girt for general house .work. Apply at 808 Second street WANTED—A girl for general house work at 211Third street. FOR RENT-BROOMS. FOR RENT—A pleasant room. Mrs. Sell. Telephone 206M. FOR RENT—Two rooms, modern. FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooms. 223 Fourth street Modern conveniences. FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooltfs, with or without board. In quire Park hotel. FOR RENT—Two front rooms. Brady, 307 Fourth street. Box 437. INSTRU- above described property, to satisfy jsald judgment jand costs, amounting hnn^d^edseyenty-one dollars and 22 cents, together with all accramiKi-oottrt house In. the city of Minptiln costs of^sale, and interest on the ^same from the 2nd. day, of February, 1*99, at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, atpublk auction, to-the high est bidder" for cash. •'.• •-,:.' r_ v..' -D«n^fy•tl"Flaoe. •-'-^A new 4nd modern bearding house, where the comforts home Ijrtll be found. 2i2 Third street .%« *mw •^., FOR BALE—MIsoeHaneou FOR SALE—North Side Hotel at Steele, fully, furnished. $700. Mrs, L. R. Jacobson, Steele, N. D. FOR SASLE—LOTS. FOR SALE—Lots 17, 18 and 19, Blk. 64, McKenzle & Coffin'a addition. I. W. Healy, Bismarck, N. D. (First Publication March 30.) Proposal for Sale of SeedjBrain Bond*. Sealed propostls will bArecelved at the office of the county' auditor of Ward county. North Dakota^ in the- 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 BUI No. 12, entitled, "An act tuthor osing counties to issue bonds or war rants 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 county commissioners have. authoriz ed bonds to be issued to the amount of thirty-five thousand ($35,000.00) dollars, but 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 eaid bonds. There, will 'be at least twenty thousand ($20000. 00) dollars of the said bond issue sold. The board of county commis sioners reserve the right ^to, reject (yiujy jju^valUWds^rt': '•'u^ $£$£^ Dated at Minot, North Dakota .this 29th day ofi March,, A. D^ 1909. W. FABRICK, Connty Auditor, Ward County, North 'Dakota, Proposals for Steel Culverts. ... Sealed,projo«aU4orf BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1M9. With. bath., McKenzle building. Phone 348. Mrs. FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with board, at reasonable rates, at the Roanoke. FOR SALE—HOUSES. •tfrtfiiir =te FOR.-43ALE—New, modern house. Ex cellent location. W. E. Lahr. FOR SALE—6-room house. Inquire of Tom Welsh, 518 Sixth street. FOR SALE—The frame building on the corner of. Fourth and Main streets, up to Merchants State bank building. To be removed at once, Merchants State Bank. FOR SALE—On easy payments bat little more^than rent a small house and lot within three blocks of the business center on the ,best street in Bismarck lust the plaice for a man, to be near his work. Address P. 6. fujrnishing cul- verts for Burleigh ^oo4ty, wiU be re eefred at the aww^tjc. auditor's office -in the cltae of jBl—lartk, for the fur nlshlng ol culverts made, in one piece, one-half of which* is to be delivered \T ••W."vBv"cari•' ar _»smarck, and one half F. O. at Wilton, N. D.. Num cbir^nd dimensions are as foUoirs: 16^18 inch cutv«rts ^_ long, SO—24 inch culverts, 10 feet'lofag. 6—36 Inch culverts, 20 feet long. 4—48 inch ciUverts, 22 feet long. Material to be of standard gauge. '. Bids will be received at this office ttjHch'_i o'clock a. _»s on !Ta*iday, May. 4th, and. within thirty days of the award of the conUvct the same muet be delivered. All bids must be ^|*iu1^tlS^d 'S^I^ HlaiiYiyu:. Cbtt_ty Auditor. m^r&1&>y. ....... Cc's, oppeelte See Hotel. The Markets 5 (By Associated Press.) LIVESTOCK. Chicago, ill., April 8.—Cattle—Re ceipts" 3,000 warket steady to strong. Steeri 6.00 to 7.15 cows 4.00 to 7.75 heifere 3.25 to 6.0fc bullc 3.75 to S.25 calves 3.50 to 7.50 .stackers and feed ers 3:30 to 5.50.' Hogs Receipts 18,000 market is stron* to 5 higher. Choice heavy shipping 7.25 to 7.35 butchers 7.20 to 7.30f Mght mixed 7.00 to T.15 choic* Hghfe7.15 to 7.25 packing 7.15 to .7.25 'pigs 5.30 to "6.65 bulk of sales 7.16 to 7.25. Sheep Receipts 11,000 market 10 to 15 lower. Sheep 5.50 to 7.00 lambs 7.00 to 8.25i yearlings 6.00 to S Paul, Minn., April 8.—Cattle Receipts 400 market steady and un changed. Hogs Receipts 2,400 market is steady. Range 6.85 to 7.06 bulk of sales 6.85 to 6.95. Sheep Receipts 300 market Is steady and unchanged lambs un changed. GRAIN. Duluth, Minn., April 8— Close wheat —No. 1 havd on track 1.22% to ar rive 1 nortBern 1.21* 2 northern 1.19% on track 1 northern 1,21% 2 northern 1.19% May'130% July 150 September 1M. Durum—On track No. 1, 1.13% No. 2, 1.11% May 1.12 July 1.12 Sep tember 97%. Flax—To arrive and on track 1.67 %. May 1.66% July 1.66% Septem ber1.40 1-2 October 1.36. Oats—To arrive and on track 51%. Chicago, 111., April 8.—Close wheat —May 1.24% July 1.11% to Sep tember 1.04 December 1.02%. Corn—April 65% May 66% July 65%: September 65% to Decern ber 57%. Oats—May 54% July 47% Septem ber 39%. Minneapolis, Minn., April 8.—Close Wheat—May. 1.20% Julv 1.20% to 1.21 cash 1 hard 1.23% 1 northern 1.22% 2 northern -1.20% to 3 northern 1.16% to .%. MONEY. New York, N. Y., April 8.—Monef on call easy 1% to 2 per cent rul ing rate 1% per cent closing bid 1% per cent offered at 1% per cent. TJme loans very dull and steady 60 day* 2 to 2% per cent 90 days 2% percent 6 months 2% to 3 per cent. Notice of City Election. Notice is hereby given that there will be an election in the city of uBJl^Btarck,-North Dakota, on Monday, W 9 day of April. A. D., 1909, for the purpose of electing the following named officers for said city: One president of the City Commis sion:- Four City Commissioners. The city council has designated the following named places as polling places.In the respective wards of the city: First Ward—High school building. Second Ward—North room, facing Fourth street, in the Grand Pacific hotel building. Third' Ward—Residence of M. A. Edberg 80 Seventh street Fourth Ward—Jiobidou building, •southwest corn'er Sixth and Frtint streets. Fifth Ward—City hall, over French and Welch's. Sixth Ward—Jones' paint shop, east side of Seventh street, north of Broadway. The polls. will be opened at 8 o'clock a. m.. and will be closed at 5 o'clock p. m. F. R. SMYTH, F. E. Young, Mayor. City Auditor. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., this 24th day ot March, A. D., 1909. PHOENIX. PHOENIX. 4 These spring days put the work fever into a fellow, and make him think ""ef sowing wheat. Jos. Mueller finished hauling oats from east of here this week. Charlie Zeitlinger bought a yoke of oxen last week and- expects to make the ground look black this spring. F. D. Bailey made a business trip to Goodrich Monday. Rev. Wagner was compelled to suspend meetings this week, as he feared^ another attack of pneumonia. He was very sick about a year ago. Collins and Doolittle expect to break,, prairie near Goodrich this week^. USB TOUB%NE WAN* TOKlTMNSi '$4mm lK.i:t'*#^,f?t:*,t: WILTON. ,. .., :f-4 4**+'*+••• •l*-w' Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons Barker, a pioneer resident of _tbe Dakotas, died Wednesday morning at 2:30. Her death was due to a complication of diseases. Mrs. Barker, whose maiden name was Elisabeth Sim mons, —as born in Tyrme, New York, 63 years ago, and came to Dakota In 1883. During the past 14' years she has-been a confirmed invalid, and haf made her home with her daugh ter, Mrs. James Bartem, Jr., the greater part of the time. She was a member of the Episcopal church and a schoolmate of Bishop Mann of the diocese of North Dakota. She was related to Rev. G. A. Chambers, at one time the rector of the Episcopal church' of Bismarck. She is sur vived by the following children. W. E. Barker of Oklahoma H. W. Barker and Geo. E. Barker of Aber deen, South Dakota, and Mrs. James Bartem, Jr., of Wilton. Brief funer al services were held Wednesday af ternoon at the home of her son-in law, James Bartem, Jr., Rev. G. W. Stewart officiating. The remains were taken to Aberdeen \lfednesday evening, where interment will take place.. The school boara of Wilton met Tuesday afternoon and elected the following teachers for next year: Primary, Miss Effle Ellis of Minne apolis third and fourth grade, Miss Mame Barnes of Wilton fifth and sixth grade, Miss Aurelia Menard of Wilton. A teacher for the seventh and eighth grade was not chosen, Miss Nellie Gearhart, the teacher of these grades as well as the princi pal of the schools, is not an appli cant this year, and her sucessor will be chosen later. Miss Esther Maxwell and Miss Aurelia Menard returned Monday to the Valley City normal, after spend ing their spring vacation at their respective homes. Mrs. Frank Pettygrove and Miss Charlotte Macomber spent Tuesday in Bismarck-. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Donnelly of Michigan are visiting at the home of D.E. Bigelow. Rev. A. C. Brown, D. D., of Far go, will preach in the Presbyterian church next. Sunday. STERLING. Steve Parzychowski returned from the railroad hospital at Brainerd, Minn., Wednesday. He says he is good as new. E. J. Curtin of Decorah, Iowa, was In Sterling Monday on business. He went west from here. C. C. Pilgrim was in town Mon day. The coon show in the Schaper hall Monday night did not draw a very full house, and those who went are of the opinion that suckers are born more than one a minute. The show is not good enough even to be called bad—it was simply nothing. The Rebeccas held their meeting here Monday. Several ladies from McKenzle were present. H. F. Dimond was down from Aet na the fore part of the week on bus iness. J. J. Hango was in town Monday. John Barony went to Bismarck Monday for a day. .Wallace Harrington has been un loading an immigrant load here this week. He moves into the J. W. Sher man house, north of town, and comes from Bradley, S. D. J. H. Riley left for Newton, Iowa, Monday, being called there through the serious illness of his mother. The Arthur Dersch sale Tuesday was well attended, and things brought a good fair price. G. A. Evenson went to Brittin Tuesday. A. D. Cordner was down from Bis marck Tuesday. Z. B. Lash and daughter went to Bismarck Sunday. George Manly, Jr., and Herman Nieman were in Driscoll Wednesday. Mr. and Msr. E. L. Amundsen were in Medina on business the fore part of the week. Mr. and Msr. Henry Nieman were in town Sunday. E. C. Fogarty transacted business in Bismarck the fore part of the week. Z. A. Calhoun concluded his home visit at Belmont and Waterloo, Iowa, and returned Wednesday. Theo. Morz was in Bismarck Sun day. Ben Simpson, W. E. Titus, Mike Mysiewiflz and Frank Parzychowski were in Bismarck Sunday. Geo. Manley was in Bismarck Mon day. Oliver K. Lieqvam did business in town Wednesday. Ed Adams was a Bismarck visitor last week. I I ,j „v.,-.... .,''* Bt| PtMt—SO Lleus* Erttli* ii Cfctrp -r V. Walter Graham. Cashier VicelVendeat A.Graham. Aart. Caahfer BANK":,: C__tt 4iI_i__&JiftA0ti& W~Vwtws '•Is Www* ^P»p-RtFW*||^BFV*~-^ W aKNKRALJBAMKIMO Monty*itfUn»V-n Farm Land letorest Paid en Tls*e Sepeslto sad Savings Aeeeeats Mm mtum P. C. REIIIII8T01, Apit OMc*_t TELSPHONB £St .•jj-juimwJi'ii PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. S. PIERCE County Justice City Justice Notary Public Office at Court House. Residence Phone—268. Office hours: 9 to 12 a. ro 2 to 5 p. m. AUGER A LEVERSON, Attorneys at Law, First National Bank Block. ARTHUR VAN HORN, Architect, 20t Seventh Street, .Bismarck, N. O. Office Phone 305 Residence 24C- T. R. M&ckler W. L. Smith a H. Olson MOCKLER, SMITH AND OLSON Loans on City Property. Law, Real Estate and Loans Bismarck and Washburn N. D. Proposals for Seed Grain. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the county auditor of Ward county, North Dakota, in the court house the city of Minot, in said county and state, up to the hour at 2 o'clock p. m., April 17, 1909, for the sale of Ward county seed grain bonds, issued in pursuance of an act of the legislative assembly of the state of North Dakota, 1909 session, known as House Bill No. 12, entitled "An.act authorizing counties to issue bonds or warrants and procure seed grain and feed for needy farmers, residents therein.". Said bonds will be denominations if five hundred (1500.00) dollars, due in two years from date of issue, and will bear in terest at the rate of seven percent per annum. The board of county commissioners have authorized bonds to be issued to the amounty of thirty-five thousand ($35,000.00) dollars, but only so much of said bond ifsue win be used as shall be necessary to provide funds for the seed grain applications acted upon and allowed, at, and prior to the date of the sale of the said bonds. There will be at least twenty thous and (120,000.00) dollars of the said •bond issue sold. Each bid to be ac companied by a certified check for $500.00. made payable to the county Auditor, as a guarantee to furnish the cash for bonds sold. The board ot county commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Dated at Minot, North Dakota, this 3rd day of April, 1909. W. FABRICK, County Auditor, Ward County, North Dakota, .'-": -,•' '^l"m.:Z'n $500.00 for Children's Home, Farpo, ',:'. N, D. y&J*.:' -(^i Should Miss Marion Risk, student, Stkte Normal School, Valley City, N. D., win first prise in Fargo Daily News contest, I will present the above amount to the^m in cash. '%W«t .-Ji6r .Ma4abk-^f_yk. and cast the votes for Marion Risk.'....' wm^: -joiiN''_-RKa_P^j j^Moure^N.-D., Mar^'%:I*Wfe V-' .'V\ .:iiil^|S^ mm