yertUement ii to ron.
of the city
-Wti&u shade trees/ Apply to' Mrs.
•'•TOIiy'SiiE^A '^WPdem'v^riine. room
house on if lot. Apply
F(M:'ltENT^New seven ro°nr house,
^'intQdtrn^ improyenienta First street
*t|^ear firpadwajr. Enquire 422 Fifth
FOR 4 room house. In
,ojiil)rj5 ^t' 4^
pictwt?fenc6ifoftsalei ':'fis%"'':'3? -r'v
WA^TiaCH^Rallway mail clerks, post
pfflce clerks, carriers, customhouse
clerios, internal .reivenuje iclerks,
•'$8i6 to$2i506sViAte positions. Ex
amination soon. Write immediate
ly. Free information. Government
•v I^Positldns Bureau, Rochester, N. T.
FOR S ALB^-Baby (carriage in good
•^fa^liloib ^..*. bargain. Inquire at
K'-404Avenue BV V:'"- ."•-'••'••.
O I N TA gold hat pin. Owner call
at Tribune office and pay for this
notice and prove property.
F.OUNB^-rLSdies' white silk scarf.
Owner can hate same by calling at
^^VTribune .office and (paying Advertis
FOR SALE—Best paying business in
'"-v.jpity, pt Siwnftrcki Annual net pror
fltf 38 )jifr cent.^ Inventory about
^iROW wyi ikeep book account*.
•. DR. Ti G. KEMNEY. •-,
Assistant. State Veterinary
Office 606 Broadway Pho^e 18.
Call* nroniptly attendedI to.
-%*i S(j8%: '$'$$ ..i '. ..IH ''. i.."n,H.i"|fM
AdTertlMmenU aoder tMa head Hrlll ti« ln»»rl»d for ONB CENT A WOBD. fl»t insartiottj (OHX-WOf CENT A WOKI each
,™tiv«I!^trOT.l« i»idc«»hin»dTali«ie.) ^publication for lass tkanlftc. Caab must accompany out of town order*.
-*=-. ,. .,
FOR RBi\'T~A flat of three rooms.
Also a flat of four rooms. Bath In
eah i.flatJUvM. J. McKienile.
'FOR REST—Nicely furnished' room
with board, 501 Third street,
FOR RENT—-Two office rooms Mll
'lleif'& Latir. :'•'.'':•':'•'
FQR RENT-—Pleasant rooms with
boitrd. at reasonable rates,-at the
Ronnoko •'.* ,'• ',:»•:
FOR RENT—Three roonis."'for light
housekeepinpf. Modern improve
ments. Call Phone 266.
W A N E O—SA E $ A N
WAN'TED—Three salesmen for our FOR
superior, liigh-grade Ore?on grown I
•trees, nonfrrigaied, .perfectly har
dy. Large*' territory special terras
oii'fit furnished: cash Weekly. Must
come 1 rppomtrtende'l. Address
O'«gon .Vurseryv GcHipany,- Salem.
Oregon, .' .".
SUCCESSFUL Gasoline Light 'Sales
men—Instantaneous gasoline light
ing a thorough success—no alcohol
torch, matches or time wasted. We
have more new ones—a 1,000 C. P.
store light, a 1,000 C.P. street light,
a 500 C. P, light for commercial or
home use. Exclusive territory giv^
responsible agents. GLORIA
.. LIGHT COMPANY, 402 Washington
Boulevard, Chicago, HI.
LOST—A fan. at Atneneum, night of
.graduating exercises, June 10. Find
er please, leave at "Tribune office.
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADEJr-A ranch for
.city property on the railroad. Tele
WJKNT ED— AG E NTS.
WANTED—Agents, in North Dakota
to Visit the whip dealers and take
orders for our whips—a popular line
at popular prices—^Write pibniptly
for particulars. The Davis Whip Co.
Tippecanoe City, Ohio.
An especial bargain in slightly us
ed piano of standard make. Fine.case
and tone. Telephone 496, or address
DBICK, Viee Prwt
ii ii a
S a it as for
in adranoa the number of timet an ad-
FEMALE HELP WANTED
WANTED—A good girl for general
housework, family of three. Apply
:••••. O Broadway. Mrs. R. C. Rob
inson. -. .-.v,v.i ':"'.:-.'
WANTED—-A girl for general house
work. Mrs. M. H. Jewell, 9&0 4thhigher
.''- street. .i...'-' -,-.%,'.j ,-'•' ,,.' ..,
WANTED—-Girl' for general house
work at 221j Secondstreet.
WANTED—A girl for. general houses
work. Apply Mrs. RV H. Berndt, 104
SALE—25-hourse power Brown
ell slide vnlye steam ngine. in
first class condition with GaTur
ner safety governor. Has bee'n run
eight months only. A bargain for
some one* Apply at Tribune office.
CAN SELL CANADIAN WHEAT
lands granted to Boer war soldiers
for less money than .commission
alone made by American land com
panies. Perfect title passes direct
from soldiers to purchasers. A. G.
Holmes, /Sbldiers'- Representative,
Rome Hotel, Omaha.
MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED—A few reliable men to'rep-'
resent us in both North and South
Dakota, good contract. For partic
ulars, write United Wireless Tele
graph Co., 31 Huntington Block,
FOR, SALE—First class saddle pony.
Suitable for children Phone C. C.
FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
FOR SALE—Dining room table, six
chairs and a small refrigerator. Mrs.
H. R. Berndt, 104 Avenue A.
WCWMOtofCyCleSH SO^tt S S The same to be done in accordance
Anmakiand sJ"s«^ff—Jj with plans and speoiflcations prepar
S35 $150^il 17 Beebe, architect, Fargo,
nifl totWMmm catalog of hattji"* inmototi
A new and modern boarding
house, where the comforts
home will be found. 2121 Third
Notice to Builders.
Sealed, proposals will he received
by the undersigned, until 2:30 o'clock
p. rm.,' Thursday, the 24th Inst, at hi*If
office in Bismarck, N. D, for the
•erection and completion of a two
story brick block* 75x130, for the Mer
chants State.. Bank of Bismarck, N.
evdMuffttowrlnMuM tect's office, att Builder's Exchange,
J. L. BILL, Caaoie*
inaxned bank at Bismarck N, D.
A certified check will be required
in the sum of $1,000 for the general
contract, and $300 for the heating,
plumbing and electric wiring, which
will be let separately.
Checks may be inade payable to the
order of P. C. Remington, president.
Approved surety bond will be requir
ed from the successful bidder within
ten dayg after contract is awarded
for 50 per cent of the contract price.
and all hids. ".•'•
i'1...- ."r"' P.C. REMiNGtON,
President Merchants State Bank of
Bismarck, N. D^ "'•:s. v?
50 fee^ new garden hose for $3.25
at Faunces. Fourth street.
flTrV Tfa TrilwniB^ Want CollimniL
Minneapolis, June 19.-—Wheat:
Th#.feature of the local market was
the strength in July wheat at the
opening. A few scattered buying
orders forced the price to a cent
than tUe previous close, but
after this demand was satisfied there
was a quick break to $1.29. Millers
were .fair buyers at that price and
market steadied and held firm for
the: balance of the session. The
southwest sold our September wheat
to ae considerable extent, indicat
ing that there was a prospect of a
movement of new wheat in the near
future, Snow reports that Kansas
will (hot raise more than 70,000,000
bushels. Receipts here were 113 cars
against 179 last year. Minneapolis
stocks decreased 900,000. At this rate
our stocks will be exhausted by theNo.
last of July, consequently short sales
of our July are very dangerous, as
it is almost the same as selling the
cash article. Trade! generally -bear
ish tonight at the close and we will
probably have lower prices Monday.
j, Hot in Manitoba.
^Winnipeg, June 19.—Very hot here
today and no rain. Hot last night.
thfir keeps on it will kill thousands
of acres of wheat. Tou will hear an
awful howl. H. W. Eyres.
.... 1.14% 1.1*78
... 1.14%- 1.29%
... 1.12%i 1.28%
..... 1.13 1.28%
D.^and now on file at* the archi-Low
Minn. and at -.the above
ril^l^f Market Report
Chas. E. Lewis & Co.
Grain, Stock and Money Markets Frcih
p'^:',\''•'..• ••••''.''fiopn Ifa Witt* for Tribune Readen
FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS AND OTHER REPORTS
©C^plv 'Dry at .Adams. V:
Grand Forks, June 19.—Just talked
to i: man at Adams. N. D., who owns.j July
some elevators there and he -gays Septemberflax
they 'are commencing to need rain October flax
there. He says the grain is very un-|. Jjocal
even and that they must have good No. 1
weather to raise even a fair crop.
Also talked to another elevator man
on the Soo. He says rain is needed
there too, the heavy rain and storm
they had there some time ago packed
the ground solid and moisture is
needed to loosen up the soil.
'l*S •••.'• Ilstad.
:'*•'•.. Kansas Wheat.
Chicago, June 19.—B. W. Snow
from Phillipsburg, Kas., June 18:
"Past three days motored through
twelve' principal wheat counties,
northwestern Kansas, having 1,400,
V.J acres or almost one-fourth of to
tal acrerage of state. Last year these
counties averaged a fraction above
ten bushels. This year.it will not
exceed seven. On low spots yield
fair, but high land and thin or on
sandy soil was burning beyond re
covery by four monthB drought. On
June 1, I estimated state at 70,000,
000. Believe now it will hardly
reach that figure. Rains caused good
filling but came too late to make
straw or head. .Oats very inferior.
Corn, big acreage, and coming fine."
ri Bartlett, Patten & Co.
... 1.07% 1.09%
.... 1.07% l.)9%
..'. 1.0©% 1.08%
.... 1.06% 1.48%
.... 1.05% 1.06
.... 1.06% 1.06%
.. 1.05% 1.05%
... 1.05% 1.05%
Baardson Implement CO.
.-'. .50%. .43
Minneapolis Cash Market.
Doluth Cash Market.
1 hard -..
1 durum ..
2 durum ..
Receipts at Chicago.
Wheat, 5 cars same time last year,
Corn, 252 cars same time last
year, 223 cars.
Oats, 500 cars same time last year,
Receipts at Minneapolis.
Wheat, 113 cars same time last
year, 179 oars.
Receipts at Doluth.
Wheat, 7 cars same time last year,
Receipts at Winnipeg.
Wheat, 109 cars same time last
year, 109 cars.
Pots and Calls.
Minneapolis July Wheat—Puts,
$1.27% calls, $1.29%.
No. 1 No. 2.
Hides and Wool.
O. S. cured hides .. .11%' .10%
G. S cured calf skins .15 .13%
S. cured bull hides .10 .09
G. S. cured horse .. 2.00 2.75
G. S. pelts, good No. 1 skins 1 to 1.50
Tallow 5 to 4c
Medium .. 20 to 23c
Fine medium.".'-».. 18.to.21c
Above prices for No. 1 goods prop
erly handled and tied.
Chicago, June 19.—Cattle, 300,
steady heeves, 5.20 to 7.25 Texas
steers, 4.65 to 6.25 western steers,
4.75 to 6.30 stockers and feeders,
3.60 to 5.55 cows and heifers, 2.50
to 6.30 calves, 5.75 to 7.75.
Hogs—7,000 5c higher light 7.35
to 7.95 mixed, 7.50 to 8.15 heavy,
7.60 to 8.20 rough, 7.60 to 7.80 good
td cHoWc* heavy. 7.80 to 8.20 pigs,
6 to 7.20 fcnlk, 7.T0 to 8.05.
Sheep^-1,000, steady natives, 3.75
to 6.00 western, 3.75 to 5.80 year
lings, 6.00 to 7.00 native lambs, 5.00
to 8.25 western, 5.75 to 8.25 spring
lambs, 6.00 to 9.00.
St. Paul, June 19.—Cattle receipts
200, steady and unchanged.
Hogs^—800, strong to 5c higher
range, 7.50 to 7.60 bulk, 7.50 to 7.55.
New York, June 19.—Money on
call nominal time loans steady and
rather active 60 days 2 to 2% per
cent and 90 days 2% to 2% six
months 3% per cent.
WE KEEP IN STOCK A ALL TIMES Fair
banks-Morse 2, 4, and 6 horse power gasoline engines,
Fairbanks-Morse feed mills LaCrosse breaking
plows LaCrosse and Gale gang, sulky and walking
plows Litchfield manure spreaders and Law litter car
riers LaCrosse com planters and cultivators Acme
mowers, hay stackers and sweep rakes McCormick
Deering, Piano and Milwaukee mower knives Acme
binders Coiumbus, Courtland, Banner and LaCrosse
i#i c1*ria^s^niiggtes 'and platform- wagons buggy poles
"»^attSd lhafts/ single :and' double harness .of all descnp-
:ltnoi^---ljX:if)Uii' and Schuttkr farm wagons
T±%$m:at#thitks. .wagon boxes,.grain tanks, fanning mills
I Challenge and Aenrwtor wmdraffls, pumps and wuid
'•:mS^^i:i0i --m0i^ and Imperial drills Ecliose and La-
Crosse discs Ware level harrows portable grain ek*
^fiS^, bobtsledl and cutters, bolster springs, scrapers,
^grinders, iron and wooden watering tanks, two,
four and five horse doubletrees of all descrip
iiom -^^M^ahy "half .faai^v.loM tiTsm..MO»n^
^'tK-^Sflf^^wiyi-iii stock for all Smptements sqW
I here. Vf* •& ag^^fc* tb« Advance Thresh^^ and
opposite Rhud's Lumber
P. C. Remington,
P. C. REMINGTON. Apit
Ofllca at Marcka«ta State I
Dray and Transfir Co.
HAY. W O O a I E
Drays furnishes' for all asraoses
6. C. WACHTER
•ISMARCK. «. D*ir.
Coei Wood, Ice and frain
i''--'1 lit-'' sj^'isi '^K*)^-^
E- P. Quain.
Capital and Surplus. $58,000,00
E N E A A N I N O
Money to Loan on Farm Land
Interast Paid on Time Oeposits
and Savings Aocounts
6 0 YEARS'
... ng a rtatea anajs«uiliit«y m«j
•aksfclr aaearuin «wr ^frg^^^jS"***?,"
E. S. PIERCE
County Justice City
Office at Oovrt Hotsse.
Office, hours: 9 to 12 a.
to 8 p.'at
,..Vi%AttoriH!ye Lava, S^-f
First Natioaal Bank
A VAN HORN,
t«v««rtr) 8tr—i Biemarolt,
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