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E A E HELP W A N E
WAITED—A good girl for general
housework. Apply 424 Seventh St.,
Mra. A. P. Lennart.
WANTED—A Girl for general house
work. Good wages. Mrs. Dan
Slattery, 508 Eighth street.
WANTED—Competent girl for gen
eral housework. Small family
highest wages. Mrs. P. E. Byrne,
210 Thayer street.
WANTED—A girl for general house
work. Family of three. Mrs.
Prank Harris, 608 Second street.
WANTED—A girl for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. H. R. Berndt,
104 Avenue A.
WANTED—Will pay highest wages
to competent girl.. Mrs. P. L.
Conklin, 825 Fourth street.
GIRL WANTED—Apply of Mrs. O.
Dunham, 12 Avenue A.
FOR RENT—ROOM8.
FOR RENT—For ten months, from
Sept. 1, a furnished flat of four
rooms. Address, C, Tribune.
FOR RENT—One room in modern
houae. 38 Rosser street. Phone
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms
with or without board. 501 Third!
street.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room
with or -without board. Mrs. Angus
McDonald. 406 Third street.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms,
modern improvements. 117 First
street. Phone 332.
FOR RENT—Suite of five room flat,
strictly modern. Union Mercantile
Co.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room,
strictly modern. Inquire 506 Third
street, or phone 516.
FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with
board, at reasonable rates, at the
Roanoke.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room.
400 Fourth street Phone 543.
MASONIC.
TANCRED COMMANDERY, No. 1,
T. Meets first and third Thursdays
in each month at Masonic hall. O.
F. Jones, E. M. J. McKenzie
recorder.
BISMARCK LODGE, No. 5, A. F. &
A. M. Meets first and third Mon
days in each month at Masonic
hall. H. R. Berndt, W. M. Louis
Magin, secretary.
O. E. S.
BISMARCK CHAPTER, No. 11, meets
first and third Fridays in each
month at Masonic hall. Mrs. Agnes
T. Cochrane. W. M. Belle A.
Moore, secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
ST. ELMO LODGE, No. 4. Meets
each Wednesday evening In K. P.
hall. C. L. Vlgness, C. H. C.
Fish, K. of R. & S.
PYTHIAN SISTERS.
LINCOLN TEMPLE No. 9. Meets
second and fourth Thursdays each
month at K. P. hall. Elizabeth
Belk, M. E. Mrs. Nellie Evarts,
M. of R. & C.
M. W A.
1ISMARCK CAMP,' No. 1164, M. W.
A. Meets the second Tuesday in
each month. Carl KoBttzky, V.
A. W. Cook, clerk.
BROTHERHOOD OF
:^XM^L
AMERICAN YEOMEN
A FRATERNAL LIFE AND AOCI
dent insurance organization. Meets
the fourth Tuesday in each month
In the K. P. hall. I. W. Healy.
foreman master of accounts, Elsie
McDonald correspondent, Elisa
beth Belk.
O. O. F.
CAPITAL CITY LODGE No. 2, Meets
every Thursday evening at Odd
Fellows hall. N. Q., James Savage
V. G. A. B. Boyos Secretary, O.
H. Benson.
A. O. V.
BISMARCK LODGE No. 120. Meets
the first and third Fridays at Maen-.
nerchor hall, at 8 o'clock. M. J.
McKenzie, M. W. Bradley O.
Marks, recorder.
A R.
-"AMES B. MCPHERSON POST, NO.
2, Department of North Dakota,
Grand Army of the Republic lleets
Dunraven Place.
4 A new and modern boarding
4 house, where the comforts of
home will he found. 212 Third
street,
Popular Classified Wants!
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 brick set
Richmond furnace, one of the best
and most economical furnaces made
for lignite or any kind of coal.
Will heat a large house, school
building or church. Never been un
packed. Apply to "J" Tribune.
WARD, Piano Tuner, residence phone
231, Bismarck.
FOR SALE—Hay, at the Hillside farm
Phone 408M. Delivered to any part
of the city.
FOR SALE—MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS.
FOR SALE—Piano, large sized, up
right, in good condition. Cheap for
cash. Mrs. H. Ward, Baldwin, N. D.
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
FOR RENT—Seven room house, cor
ner Broadway and 11th street, No
1016. Prone 429M, McDonald farm,
or Inquire at Mrs. J. Brady's, 307
Fourth street.
FOR RENT—Small house. Apply Mrs.
Chris. Johnson, «corner Mandan
avenue and Thayer street.
FOR SALE—Library table, Morris
chair, leather chair and mahogany
rocker. Mrs. Matchan, 407 Sixth
street.
FOR RENT—Six room house on 10th
street. Inquire at 422 Fifth street.
at their rooms in the armory on
the second and fourth Thursdays
of each month. George Ward, com
mander A. D. Cordner, adjutant.
REBEKAHS.
NICHOLSON LODGE No. 40. Meets
the first and third Saturdays In
each month in Odd Fellows hall.
Elsie McDonald, N. G. Mrs. Nellie
Evarts, secretary.
MACCABEES.
K. O. T. M.—Meets every first and
third Thursday of each month at
8 o'clock p. m., at I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting members cordially invited.
D. C. Ramp, commander Erick
Erickson, record keeper.
CANTON.
COURT BISMARCK, No. 887. Meets
every fourth Thursday in each
month at Odd Fellows hall. John
Yegen, C. R. William Moore, R.
S. I. W. Healy, F. S.
M. B. A.
M. B. A.—Meets first and third W«*
nesdays of each month at Maennea
chor hall. Thomas Anderson, pre*
Ident A. F. Marquet, secretary.
COMMERCIAL CLv,11.
COMMERCIAL CLUB OF BISMARCK
Regular meeting of club members
ship the first Tuesday in each
month regular meeting of board of
directors the first Friday of each
month, at Commercial club rooms.
Third street. F. L. Conklin, presi
dent F. E. Yonng, secretary.
LABOR UNIONS.
UNITED* BROTHERHOOD OF CAR
pentors and Joiners, No. 1118.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
Kunts's hall. All brothers cordi
ally Invited to meet with us. Wm.
Gorsuch, president Fred Wester
mann recording secretary.
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, NO. 140.
Meets first Sunday in each month
at 1 o'clock p. m. J. A. Morrison,
president Gus Jacobson, secretary.
1
8T. CLEMENS COURT, 747,
CATHOLIC ORDER OF FOREST
ERS—Meets every second Monday
at 8 p. m., and every fourth Sun
day at 2 p, m. All visiting mem
bers invited. Anton Beer, S.
Frank Jaszkowiak. C. R.
Never look on the dark side take
sunny views of everything. A sunny
thought drives away the shadows.
The man who can lose himself in
his work is the one who will suc-
heat
A E HEL W A N E
WANTED—A good, active boy at
Halvorsen and Reade's laundry.
WANTED—Man to work in dairy.
Fargo.
FOR SALE—HOU8ES.
FOR SALE—Three small houses, also
some good building lots. 418 Fourth
street.
FOR SALE—A modern 10-room house
on 75-foot corner lot, barn, fine
trees. Inquire at 720 Second St.
WANTED—ROOMS
WANTED—Two furnished rooms for
gentleman, wife and daughter.
Please give price with and without
board. Address X, Tribune.
FOR SALE—Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—"Prairie Queen III, A. K.
C, 123,620." Two years old and
over distemper, a fast worker and
a bird finder. Also some pointer
pups one year old, eligible to reg
istration and partly broken. For
particulars phone or write F. E.
Galloway, Brittin, N. D.
WANTED—COOK S & BAKERS
WANTED—A good cook at once at
the Frankln House
0 8
LOST—Strayed or stolen, one Llew
llyn setter bitch, about one year old:
Good size, white with small blacK
spots. Reward for informat.on
leading to recovery of her. R.
Best, Bismarck.
BU8INE8 8 A N E S
FOR SALE—Golden West Hotel In
McKenzie, N. D. Will be sold very
cheap and on easy terms. It is a
money maker. For terms apply tt
*he Nelll Land Co., McKenzie, N. D.
CORRESPONDENCE.
(Continued from page 2.)
not touch McKenzie, but the farmers
living north and east suffered great
loss from hail. Some of the crops
were so badly demoralized that it is
almost impossible to detect what
kind of grain they had planted. Win
dow lights were broken, and paint
was beaten off of the buildings. Af
ter the hail a heavy rain fell almost
,ln torrents until a boat might have
been rowed over any of the flats.
Two of Chris. Olson's brothers are
here from Albert Lea, Minn., ,on a
visit.
Mrs. Fred Wilton has been quite
111 for the past week.
An automobile with two occupants
came into McKenzie this week from
Fargo and claimed to have made the
trip In ten hours.
Mr. A. McCall formerly of this place
arrived Sunday from Valparaiso, Ind.
where he has been attending col
lege.
Windsor Heaton is helping at the
lumber yard and expects to take
charge in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Winchester are ex
pected hame from Spokane in a few
days.
The Ladies' Aid of McKenzie met
with Mrs. Severance Wednesday.
C. F. Brackett went to Sterling on
business Monday.,
.» PLEASANT VIEW.
..:• .j. .. ..:•*•:••:•'*•:••:•
The Sunday school will be held in
Canfleld school No. 1 hereafter, in
stead of the Estherville school house
Sunday school will commence at 3
o'clock. We hope we will have a
larger attendance than we have had
as Mrs. Wlimot is the new superin
tendent
Rev. Samuel of Sterling, preached to
a good audience Sunday night He
will preach again In four weeks, Sept.
S, at 8:80 p. m,, at Canfleld school
house No. 1.
Rose Uhde has been staying with
Mrs. Wolburn the past week.
There was a dance at Jim Little's
Saturday night and a pleasant time
was reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Gramllng visited at the
Jim Braden home Sunday.
Harvest has commenced in this vi
cinity.
Will Flynn and Art Algiers visited
with the Mowder boys Sunday even
In*.
Will Kolb has returned from Iowa
where he went last spring after his
sale. He says Iowa is too muddy for
him.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE FRIDA MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1909
Good wages. Apply at Hillside
Dairy, or phone 408M.
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,
We had a much needed rain last
night and it certainly was a fine one
-It will help late crops very much.
Zelma Braden visited Haze dram
ling Sunday.
Will Skeels is home after a year's
absence in the west. We understand
he was called home on account of his
mother being very sick.
And Pleasant View got beat in the
ball game Sunday. We suppose it was
because most of them went visiting
and didn't play, and the ones that
took their place hadn'* practiced.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Richards enter
tained a good many of their relatives
Sunday.
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GOODRICH N E W 8
,3. .j. .{..
(Goodrich Citizen.)
Davis and Hendricks have begun
the erection of a 25,000 bushel capaci
ty elevator on their lots near their
feed mill. The work will be pushed
along as fast as possible to have it
ready by the time the grain begins
to come In.
The Lincoln News, by O. S. Boody,
Is a new Sheridan county paper. The
first issue was published on the 29th
of July and is a neat appearing paper,
well patronized and edited.
On this end of the branch we are
having a daily freight service now
One train runs from Carrington to
Turtle Lake every other day and an
other from Jamestown to Denhoft the
other three days. The increased traf
fic has made this necessary.
The freight receipts at this station
for Tuesday and Wednesday were over
$2,100. Goodrich still continues in the
lead for business of any town between
Jamestown and Turtle Lake with the
exception of Carrington. The latter
will have to hurry some or we will be
ahead of them.
(First publication July 30.)
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate of
George E. Jennings, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
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 North' 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.
Dated July 29th, A. D., 1909.
J. L. BELL,
CARRIE JENNINGS,
Executrix and Executor.
COCHRANE AND BRADLEY,
Attorneys, Bismarck, N. D.
AMERICAN WANDERLUST.
A Habit Which Strengthens the Co
hesive Unity of the Nation.
Less than half the members of the
United States senate and bouse of rep
resentatives are native born In the
states which tbey represent. Nothing
could more clearly show the alert ac
tivities of the American people and
that constant intermingling of the in
habitants of the several states which
adds so much to the cohesive unity of
the nation. The boy who goes to a
distant state often accomplishes more
than the one who goes straight on in
the footprints of his father in the
borne village. Even Daniel Webster
was not born in the old Bay State,
whose influence and dignity be so well
sustained and whose people mourned
him so sincerely when his great life
closed.
This wandering from state to state
has resulted in the organizing In New
York city of many state societies,
which ajm to gather together the na
tives of their respective states an
nually to revive the pleasant memories
of the old home days, with their thou
sand clinging ties.
What would happen If the Ameri
can people should cease to wander
about the country? is a question often
asked.. It is said that an eastern man
never amounts to anything until be
goes west and that a western man
has to come east In order to attain his
full stature mentally. The northern
man is advised to go south to learn
gentle courtesy and chivalric bearing,
the southerner to go north to add
more Iron to his blood. There can be
no doubt that this constant evolution
has encouraged the birth of new ideas,
just as the whirling of the kinetoacope
developed1 a toy into our present won
derful moving pictures, which gives us
glimpses of life in motion ail over the
world.-Joe Mitchell Chappie in Na
tional Magazine.
Only Lunch.
"Have luncheon today?"
"Nope.'*
"Thought I saw you going out"
"Too did. but 1 bad lunch, not
luncheon. I only had 15 cents to
spend."—Exchauge.
Let us not talk ill of our enemies.
They only never deceive us.—Hous
saye.
Seemed All Right.
"Mamma, why don't you want me to
play with that Kudger boy?"
"Because, dear. 1 know the family.
He hasn't good blood in him."
"Why, mamma, he's been vaccinated
twice, and It wouldn't take either
time."—Ladies' Home Journal
The Markets
LIVE STOCK
Chicago, Aug. 12.—Cattle receipts
18,000 market steady to 20 lower.
Steers 5.60-7.65 cows 3.50-5.26
heifers 3.50-6.00 bulls 3.00-4.85
calves 3.00 to 8.00 stockers and
feeders 3.75 to 5.15 hogs, 20,000
market 10 lower, choice heavy
7.80 to 7.85 butchers 7.80 to 7.90
light mixed 7.50 to 7.70 choice light
7.80 to 7.90.
Packing 7.i5 to 7.40 pigs 5.50 to
7.75 bulk of sales 7.35 to 7.75.
Sheep: Receipts 18,000 market
strong for lambs, sheep weak sheep
4.00 to 5.25 lambs 6.25 to 7.90 year
lings 5.00 to 5.40.
St. Paul, Aug. 12.—Cattle receipts
400 steady unchanged.
Hogs: 800 10 lower range 7.20 to
7.50 bulk 7.30 to 7.35 sheep 100
steady nnchanged lambs stronger.
GRAIN
Duluth, Aug. 12.—Close wheat No.
1 hard on track 1.30% to arrive 1
Nor. 1.29 2 Nor. 1.27 on track 1
Nor. 1.28 2 Nor. 1.27 Sept. 99%
Oct. 98% Dec. 95% May 99% dur
um on track, 1.92& No. 2, 91%
Sept. durum 97% Oct. durum 86%
No. 4 durum 86%.
Flax to arrive 1.50 on track 1.50
Sept. 1.38& Oct. 1.35 Nov. 1.35
Dec. 1.3iy2.
Oats: to arrive 35% oats on track
40.
Minneapolist August 12.—Close
wheat Sept. 98%-% Dec. 95%-%
May 99% to cash No. 1 hard 1.36
No. 1 Nor. 1.35 No. 2 Nor. 1.33 No.
3 Nor. 1.28 to 1.30.
THE DIAMOND CUTTER.
His Skill Has Much to Do With the
Brilliancy of the Gem.
When the expert looks at a diamond
he can tell you in a moment where It
came from and even whether it was
cut lately or some years ago. He
knows by its color whence it comes,
for the color of the Brazilian diamond
differs from that of the South African,
and even in South Africa different col
ors are found in different mines.
In the rough the diamond has little
brilliancy, for there Is a crust, that
must be cut away before it can prop
erly refract the light, and it is this
power of refraction which makes the
brilliancy of a diamond and has ev
erything to do with its value in the
market The skill of the diamond cut
ter has much to do with bringing out
this brilliancy. He must do the most
he can with the rough stone before
him and lose as little as possible of
the precious weight in the stone.
Diamonds are found in all kinds of
queer shapes, for the carbon may be
In any position while being crystalliz
ed, and the &t of crystallization may
affect only parts of that carbon. When
the expert cutter has a rough diamond
before him he judges almost instantly
how it will cut to the greatest ad
vantage. If it inclines to the pear
shape he will make a pear shaped dia
mond of it. If it be square or round
the cutting will folow the natural lines
as closely as possible, so that the loss
may be reduced to a minimum.
To make the stone as brilliant as
possible the diamond cutter cuts many
facets so as to refract the light from
as many points as be can. A full cut
brilliant has at least forty-eiffht facets,
and so expert are the cutters that they
often cut diamonds so small that it re
quires a hnndrofl ti weigh a r-arat.
Each has fnrr.v-trifiht facets. —Clevo
land Plain Denier.
Tough Skin.
Gunner—And now comes a professor
who declares that fruit is just as
healthy with the skin on as it is peeled.
(2,lvr—ll'niI I'd like to see somebody
start him on a diet of plneapple.
Chicapo NPWS.
Great thoughts reduced to practice,
become great acts.—Hazlitt.
A Nose For the Truth.
Exact truthfulness, according to a
writer In the London Sketch, had Its
proper reward in the following in
stance:
Teacher—Now, can you tell me what
the olfactory organ Is? Boy—Please,
sir. no. sir. Teacher—Quite right.
6Me
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THE AC3F!C MONTHLY
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E. 3. PIERC E
County Justice City Justice
Notary Public
Office at Court House.
Residence Phone—268.
Office hours: 9 to 12 a.
2 to 5 p. m.
ARTHU A N HORN
Architect,
209 Seventh Street, Bismarck, N.
Office Phone 305 Residence 2i»
T. R. MOCKLER,
Loans on City Property.
Law, Real Estate and Loans
Bismarck and Weehburn N-
The want ads are important to you
when some incident "upsets" the
routine fr ^"nce or home.
Fire
Hail
Bond
Tornado
INSURANCE
IN
OLD LINE
COMPANIES
P. C. REMINGTON, Agent
Office at Merchants State
TELEPHONE 256
SLATTERY,GUNN & CO
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERIES
Dealers la
Coal, Wood, Ice and Grain
Corner Third and Broadway
BISMARCK. N. DAK,
P. C. Remington,
President
Walter Graham,
E- P. Quain.
VicePrestdent
J. A. Graham.
Cashier
Ass't. Cashier
Merchants State
BANK
Capital and Surplus. $50,000.00
E N E A A N I N
Money to Loan on Farm Land
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
and Savings Accounts
Undertakers
a
Embalmers
Day Phooe—50
Night Phone—543 65
Licensed Embalmer in Charge
Webb Bros.
a in S
W A E
Dray and Transfer Go.
Dealers
A W O O a I E
Drays furnished for all purposes
PACKAGE PELIVFPY
0RA» STORAGE
6. C. WACHTER
BISMARCK.
6 0 YEARS
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sent free. Oldest seeney forsecurtnet*tents.
Patents taken through Munn ft Co. recoil!
sjwjtsJasttos, without chsw.
Scientific American.ethnI
A.hsnteomelrfltastTslad' weekly, freest oh*
Cul»Uon of any snemlCe JoortisL Terms. »T
year: four month».»U So!d byall newsdealers.
MNN&Coj**^NewYrr
Branch Offloe. feU WasMnaton. Tj.
Mrs. D. W. Giligan of Medberry
was struck and instantly killed by
lightning. She leaves a husband and
six children.
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