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FEMALE, HELP WANTED.
WANTED--A good girt for general
housework. Apply 424 Seventh Sfc,
Mrs. A. P. Lenhart.
WANTED—Three dining room girls
Homan's Cafe.
WANTEI-A girl for general Ihouse
work. Apply to Mrs. H. R. Berndt,
104 Avenue A."
.wages
WANTED—Will pay highest
to competent girl. Mrs.
Conklln, 825 Fourth afreet. '__
WANTED—Two dining room girls at
the Star restaurant
P. L.
FOR RENT—ROOMS.
FOR RENT—-Two furnished rooms,
modern improvements. 117 First
street. Phone 332.
FOR RBNT—Suite of five room flat,
strictly modern. Union Mercantile
Co.
FQR RENT—Nicely furnished room,
strictly modern. Inquire- 506 Third
Street, or phone 516.
FOR RBNT—Pleasant rooms with
'hoard, at reasonable rates, at the
Roanoke
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room.
400 Fourth street. Phone 543.
LOST.
leading to recovery of her. R.
Best, Bismarck.
FOR SALE—Mtaeellaneour
WANTED—To buy, from ten to forty
acres close in to town, suited to
gardening and nursery. Address A.
B., care Tribune.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
E. S. PIERCE
County Justice City Justice
Notary Public
'%-..' Office at Court House.
Residence Phone—268.
Office hours: 9 to 12 a.
2 to 5 p. m.
ARTHUR VAN HORN.
Architect,
20* Seventh 8treet, Bismarck, N.
Office Phone 305 Residence 2ti-
T. R. MOCKLER,
:vi Loans on City Property.
''Law, Real Estate and Loans
Bismarck and Wpahburfi N.
The want ads are important to you
when some incident "upsets" the
routine ir ««ice or home.
The want ads are important te you
when it comes to make a difference
what sort of furnished room you live
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JLXXTLE, President. P. D. KENDBICK, Vlee IrTwt.
H. M. WBISBB. AMiatanr^uhier.
', S a Depoal Boxe for
BE READY FOR
vi Advertisements under this
head will be inserted for ONE
CENT A WORD first insertion
(ONE-HALF CENT A WORD
each consecutive insertion, if
paid in advance.) No publica
tion for less than 15c. Cash
must accompany out of town or
ders.
Advertisements In these col
umns having letters or numbers
MUST be answered through cor
respondence.
SPECIAL NOTICE—When pos
sible, we advise advertisers in'
this department to' specify in
advance and number of times
an advertisement is to run.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—New No. 62 brlcfc set
Richmond furnace, one of the -beet
and most economical furnaces made
for lignite or any kind of coal.
Will heat a large house, school
building or church. Never heen un
packed. Apply to "J" Tribune.
wJkRD, Piano Tuner, residence phone
,231, Bismarck.
FOR SALE—Hay, at the Hillside farm
Phone 408M. .Delivered to any part
of the city.
LOST—Strayed or stolen, one Llew
llyn setter hitch, about one year old'
fftood size, white with Small hlacK
ots. Reward for information,FOR RBNT—Hetel in Medina, N D.
BU8INE88 CHANCES.
Inquire Of A. W. Schroeder, Medina,
N. D,
FOUND
FOUND—On Fourth street, a, sun
burst breast pin. Owner may call
at Tribune office, prove property
and pay for this notice.
Famines, Fourth street Is the head
quarters for all kinds of crockery and
fancy Chlnaware, stoneware and
Glassware. Prices the lowest an
fine goods. Call and see me.
Dunraven Place.
A new and modern boarding
house, where the comforts of
home will be found. 212 Third
street-.
c. fr .&.••>•:•
The Commercial Club of Fargo
passed suitable resolutions upon the
death of Bishop Shanley, who wap
long an active member of that or
ganization. 4
W. C. Green has gone to Fargo to
serve as stenographer at a special
term of Judge Pollock's court there.
Try The Tribune Want Columns.
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E O S I O
IFIRST NATIONAL BANK
j$£. A I S A N
^'":","'!' "w.'-» '." Established In W7t
Capital and Surplus $125,000.00
a a in to
O A N S JMADE O N A A N S
Saving inoney&%ft©test© friability and
and good cwmwnipmm* CMwiseitoday. J&art
We will |myyou interest on the moneysyou
init in ourbank and eomttotHidthe interesfev^y
J. L. BULL, Cashier
WANTED—SALESMAN
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1809
MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED—A good, active boy
Halvorsen and Reade's laundry.
WANTED—A printer. Will give a re
liable man a good layout. Write
or call on Tempel Bros., Tempelton,
Larvik P. O. formerly Brofy, N
D.
WANTED—A live, wide awake hust
le-, 16 to 20 years old. J. K. Doran,
Tribune office.
WANTED—A few reliable men to rep1
resent us in both North and South
Dakota, good contract. For partic
ulars, write United Wireless Tele
graph Co., 31 Huntington Block,
Fargo.
FOR SALE—HOUSES.
FOR "SALE Eight-room modern
house. Apply 407 Sixth street.
FOR SALE^-A modern 10-room house
on 75-foot corner .lot, barn, fine
trees. Inquire at 720 Second St.
*-*„. EDUCATIONAL.
COLLEGE OF LAW—University of
North Dakota. Strong faculty of
able lawyers. Good library. Fall
term opens Sept. 31 For informa
tion address College of Law, Grand
forks, N. D.
WANTED—Salesmen for our special
offer of 5,000 free post cards. Vest
pocltet. samples. Most profitable
side line ever offered. H. G. Zim
merman & Co., Chicago.
WANTED— DRESSMAKING.
WANTED—Dressmaking or sewing by
the day. Phone 159.
(FlTSt publication July 30.)
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate
George E. Jennings, deceased.
Dated July iftth, A. D., 1909.
J. L. BELL,
CARRIE JENNINGS,
3=
at
of
Notice is hereby given by the
Executrix and Executor.
COCHRANE AND BRADLEf,
Attorneys, Biamarek, N. D.
Contest Notice.
Serial No. 09930.
Department of the "interior, United
States Land Office, Bismarck, N.
D.,Close'.'.
July 24, 1909.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed in this office by Solomon
Scott, contestant, against Homestead
entry No! 37690, serial No, 09930, made
.March 26, 1907, for the SE% of sec
tion 10. township 137 N, range TJVW.,
by Elsworth McVey, contested, in
which it is alleged that the said Els
worth McVey has wholly abandoned
said land and .has changed his resi
dence therefrom:for more, than six
months last past, and "the said default
still exists. SaML absence .was not
due to employment* in the United
States army or navy in time of war.
Said parties are hereby notified t6
appear, respond, and offer evidence
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock
a. m., on September 7thi 1909, before
the Register and Receiver at the Unit
ed States land office in Bismarck,
North Dakota.
The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit, filed July'12th. 1909,
set forth facts which show that after
due diligence personal services of
this notice can not be made, it is
hereby ordered and directed that such
notice be given by due and proper
publication.
•...y.JiS-" MnHiiJJSWEBL Register.
ttremboir* '.Bpaema.
ttromboll, in pourtef out stmsas
is&zh- playing a most uausoal
part For the remarkable character
rf this a^olian M« is that it nomtta
hfftame -'twi^«^ V|^:= dndew «pas
modically. Thi lighthouse of th«
l^tc* to 1U function of torch bearer
(without dropping an quaee of tar)
|«^^^Nes?^'*p:r'ye»r«. Wh*
•vir the tiny, Irregular eruption take*
place the stonn drop tack again into
the crater. While th« aocienU regard
ad Stromboli variously a» the smithy
tf Vulcan and t£l headquarters of
Aaolus, the men of the middle ages
looked upon tt aa th« Jtnain highway
purgatory.
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•!&***,,..•.- political TWfc
Mr. »att—March fourth waa a Mf
day- to0& *»&-&<:•: *tf"SS^^fet
:Mr.
.T^iui"~How,8 'HiSit^T^':
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Mr. Fatt-r^Why, Is the ending of
Roosevelt and the beginning of Tatt,
and S is the ending of Fairbanks and
the beginning of Sherman.
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Try Trlbuna Vfant Columftfclp
Wheat Oosslp.
Chicago, Aug. 5.—Wheat: Liver
pool came weak today on denials
from this side that our winter wheat
crop was not of good quality, good
harvesting weather in the United
Kingdom and pressure from short
selling closing prices (showing a de
cline of 1% to 1%. Estimates for
the week of Argentine shipments
were 800,000 bushels againgt 880,000
bushels aginst 880,000 last week and
3,760,000 shipped a year ago., Conti
nental markets were again lower
with the exception of Paris which
«howed a slight advance. Market
opened to lower on the dis
tinctly disappointing cables which
certainly did not reflect the urgent
demand which yesterday's reported
export business would lead one to ex-
pect. !We were unable to gather any
information from which we'can con
firm so large a trade as was reported.
Today the demand certainly was not
apparent. Market rallied a full cent
from the arly low prices but suffered
another reaction around noon. What
news there was regarding spring
wheat crop was of a favorable tenor.
The market continues to be a scalp
ing nature with a tendency toward
lower prices and we believe wheat
". can he sold on good rallies for mod
erate profits.
', Crop Expert in North Dakota.
Chicago, Aug! 5.—B. W. Show wires
from Lakota, N. D. "Motored to
day through Grand Forks, Nelson
and Ramsey counties. Eighty per
cent of wheat is turning and saw two
fields in which cutting began today.
Harvest general next week. Pros
pects could hardly be Improved upon.
Found fully developed black rust at
Emerado and at Arvilla, but only an
occasional ptalk and of no conse
quence. The crop is too far advanc
ed to be in any danger while current
weather favors grain ripening and Is
unfavorable to development of rust
spores. Straw Is heavy, heads long
well filled and promises better
than average ctop. Oats and barley
cutting general and yield of both
good. Bad hall storm north and
west of here today with heavy losses
reported. B. P. Co.
un-and
dersigned, J. L. Bell and Carrie Jen
nings, executor and executrix of the
last will of George E. Jennings, late
of the city of Bismarck, in the coun
ty of Burleigh and state of Nortfo. Da
kota, 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 first publication of
this notice', to said executor and ex
ecutrix, at the offices of Cochrane &
Bradley, in the city of Bismarck, in
the said Burleig county.
Tribune's Market Report
Grain, Stock and Money Markets Fresh
From the Wires for Tribune,Readers
FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS AND OTHER REPORTS
Sept. Wheat.
Chi. Minn.
Open 1.01% 1.00
High 1.01% 1.01
Low 1.00 .99%
Close 1.02% -99%'
Dec. Wheat.
Chi. Minn-
Open 99% .99%
High 99% .99%
Low 98% .98
Close 1.00% .98%
Open „. 1.02% 103
High 1.03% 1.03%
Low 1.01% 1.02%
Close 1.01% 1.02%
Open 63 %. .52
High 64 .52%
Low .. „, .62% .51%
63 .52
Flax
Dul
.99%
•98%
1.02%
May Wheat.
Chi. Minn.
Dul.
Chicago Corn.
July Sept.
Dec.
.53%
•53%
.52%
•52%
Chicago Oats.
July Sept. Dec.
Open 36% .36% .38%
High .36% .37 .39
Low 35% .36 -38%
Close 36% .36% .38%
Chicago Pork.
July Sept. Dec
Open s.-..:.... 20.20
High 20.52
Low 20.50
Close 20.50 ...„ f-'
Minneapolis Cash Market.
No. hard
No. 1 northern
No. 1 northern to aTrive
No. 2 northern
No. 2 northern to aTrive
No. 3 northern
No. 1 durum
No. 2 durum
No. 1 velvet chaff
No. 2 velvet chaff
No. 3 while oats
No. a yellow corn
Barley
Rye
$1-28%
1.27%
1.02%
1.25%
1.00%
1.23%
1.05
1.02
1.17
1.15
.38
.43%
.61
SLATTERUIINNSIII
WM*Mte«Md Retail
GROCEBIES
Corner Third aetf Broattway
BISMARCK. N. DAK,
Fire
Hail
Bui
INSURANCE
"loilFAIiffS
P. C. R£MtN6T0N. Agdflt
Offta at Merchants S**t*
TEtBPHONB 2S6
Local Markets
No. 1 northern $L19
No. 2 northern 1.17
No. 3 northern __ 1:13
No. 1 durum 96
No. 2 durum 94
Receipts at Chicago.
Wheat, 265 cars same time last
year, 224 cars.
Corn,. 13? cars
year.,'^93 cars.
same time last
same time last
Oa|s, .140- cars
year/212 cars.
Receipts at Minneapolis.
Wheat, 89 cars pame time last
year, 30 cars.
Receipts at Dulnth.
Wheat, SO cars same time last
year,-30 cars.
Receipts at Winnipeg.
Wheat, 24 cars same time last
year, 52 cars.
Putg and Calls.
Minneapolis—September Wheat—
Puts, 98%c calls, $1.01%.
Live Stock.
St. Paul, Aug. 5.—Cattle receipts
500 steady and unchanged.
.Hogs: 700 ten higher range 7.50
7.70 bulk 7.50-7.60.
Sheep: 500 ten to fifteen lower
2.00-5.25 lambs, steady, 3.00-7.30.
Money.
New York, Aug. 5.—Money on call
easy l%-2 per cent ruling rate
per cent closing bid 1% per cent
offered at 1% per cent time loans
very active and firm 60 days 2%
2% per cent 90 days 2%-3 per cent
six months 3%-4 per cent.
P. C. Remington,
President
Walter Graham.
Dul.
1.01%
1.01%
1.00%
1.00%
E- P. Quain.
VicePresident
J. A. Graham.
Cashier
Capital and Surplus, $59,000.00
GENERAL A N I N
Money to Loan on Farm Land
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
and Savings Aeoeuats
Undertaker
a
Embalmers
Diy Phine—50
Night Phone—543 65
License! Eabaltir in Charge
Web Bros.
Mai S
WACHTER
Dray and Transfer Co.
I Dealer*
I A W O O a I E
Ora|« furniswad for all purposes
4 PACKAGE PEUVF.BY
DRA» STORAfit
G. C. WACHTER
mm%t
I aiSMARCK.
YF&Rt
OCSHONS
COWRKkHTS
sending ikettfe and deeertptton met
vSSaj aaeertaia oar ??J
ttrtssmeOrw^MeofliORJroiqOf on f«M4l
tentfre*. Oldest acener fiojj»cnrtM»ateiita.
Patents Ukea throoah Maim Co. reoel^
•weWwoWcs. withoat charge, la ta»
SckitrfrC flliwrkatt
A ha»deoiaclrHht»tr«*«d weekly. J«raestcjt
alaUOn or any tokmUBo Joornal. rerms.S3i
:?#??$&
1.37%
Dulutfr Cash Market,
No. 1 hard .$1.24%
No. 1 northern 1.23%
No. 2 northern 1.20%
No. 1 durum 96%
No. 2 durum 94%
September durum 88%
November durum 88%
Oats 40
Barley 60
Rye 70
Cash flax .._ 1.38%
September flax 1.37%
October flax 1.34%
November flax 1.34%
Ass't. Cashier
Merchants State
BANK
AST WEEK and the week
before we talked to you
about the necessity of
protecting your famiJy
from the dirty Fly.
The screen window and door
on a house is necessary. The
screened porch is really not a
necessity, but more of a luxury.
How much enjoyment youwould
get if your porch was screened
a place you could go to those
hot summer evenings, after a
long day of hard work, and get
real solid comfort. Measure
your porch and come to our
office next time you are passing
and we will tell you exactly
what it will cost it is not ex
pensive, you will wonder why
you did not do it before.
North Star
Lumbe Company,
W. E. Gleason, Mgr.
MARGARET WILDE3 O'CONNOR
Beauty Parlors.
Phone 415.
McKenzie Block, Main Street.
I G. FIELD
Furniture
and
Undertaking
LICENSE EMBUMER
no IOO
A O N I
Main Third St., Bismarck
Have You a
Sitz Bath?
Maybe you are not familiar with the
luxury these little tubs contribnte.
They are an invaluable addition to
your bathroom. Come and see them
at our store.
Of Course, You
Have a Bathtub?
But is it a modern porcelain one?
The old ztnt&ined wooden affairs have
long since been passed up. We win
instal an up-to-date full-size porce
lain tub la your home for as little as
$20. We'd like to show you some of
the latest and convince yoo that the
sanitary feature is alone worth the
whole cost. If It's done by us, It
will be done right.
C. Meacham
O. W WoOtert Hardware Comfway
Plumbing And Heating
tone 475 k. CQA 3rd ami Broadway
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