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FEMALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED—A girl for general house
work. Mrs. G. H. Rusfl/305 Third
street.
WANTED—A dining room girl and
dishwasher at the Roanoke hotel at
once 9-22-d-tf
WANTED—A girl for general house
work. Inquire 514 Mandan Ave.
Phone 308R. 9'30-tf
WANTED—A girl for general house
work in small family. Modern
house. Apply Mrs. Geo. Weather
head, 831 Fifth street North.
WANTED—Girl for second work, ap
ply to Mrs. Woodmansee, Colonade
Hotel. 9-21-dtfc.
"WANTED—Girl or middle aged wo
man for general housework. Apply
to H. L. Reade. 9-20-d-tf
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Mrs. T.. R. Atkinson, 223
2d St. 9-21-dtfc.
MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED—Young man to fill sales
man's position worth sixty dollars
per month and commissions. Ex
perience unnecessary. Call at Soo
hotel. F. E. Kubik.
WANTED—SALESM EN
WANTED—One salesman, road work
$75 per month and expenses. Must
be ready to start Get. 1st. Ad
dress K. care Tribune. 9-28-2t
ROOMS WANTED.
WANTED—Modern furnished room
by married couple. Address H. L.,
care Tribune.
FREE HOMESTEADS.
WANTED—The address of from fdnr
to six young men wanting home
steads for actual -occupancy and
Improvement A small but very
rich body of land suited to mixed
farming and stock raising. Must
be able to give first class refer
,. ences and ready to establish resi
dence not later than May, 1910.
Address D. K. J., Box 437, Bis
marck.
WANTED—TO BUY HOUSES.
KEENAN—Wants small house for
party with cash wants to con
tract with farmer "for potatoes and
other vegetables 9-25-tf
BU8INESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE—Hotel McQuillan and
entire fixtures, thirty-three rooms
have lease until March 20. 1911.
In good order, city water and elec
tric lights centrally, located In a
three story brick building. Write
-. or call. Frank P. McQuillan, Man
dan, N. D. '•'..• 9-25-d tf
FOR- SALE—Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—A large barn, located on
Seventh street, UL the yard of P. C.
Remington. Must be moved within
thirty days. P. C. Remington.
9-30-6t
Fire
Hail
Bond
Tornado
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a#rf'
INSURANCE
IN
OLD LINE
COMPANIES
P, C. REMINGTON, Agent
Office at Merchants State
TELEPHONE 256
SUTTERl.fiUNNICO
Wholesale and Ratal
GROCERIE
S
Dealers lit
Goal, Wood, Ice and Brain
Ti
Corner Third and Broadway
BISMARCK. -. N.DAK,
P. C. Remington,
President
Walter Graham,
E. F. Quain.
ViceFresident
J. A. Graham.
Cashier
Aas'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 en Tim* Deposits
•ltd Savings Accounts
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 to these col
umns having letters or numbers
MUST be answered through cor
respondence.
8PECIAL NOTICE—When pos
sible, we advise advertisers in
this department to specify In
advance and number of times
an advertisement is to run.
ARTISTIC PRINTING.
PRINTING—The Bismarck Tribune
pays the highest wages to the best
artists—and Job printing is now an
a
t_whlch is the reason why the
Tribune work has a trade-mark of
excellence that to distinctive. The
character of the man and the busi
ness In this up-to-date age is
indicated the stationery used.
FOR SALE—LIVESTOCK.
FOR SALE—One hay horse weighing
1100, good to any place or spot.
Perfectly gentle. Inquire of Rob
ert Orr., 9-18-d-tf
FOR SALE—Two good heaters. Mrs.
Nellie Evarts, 221 First stTeet.
9-28-tf
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
PLAIN SEWING done at 307 Seventh
street. M*«t
TAKEN UP—One Jersy cow on the
Harris farm, one mile northwest
from town. J. P. Johnson.
9-28-3t
WANTED—Dishwasher, good wages
to good gin or boy. Apply Ho
man restaurant 11 tf c.
FOR SALE—HOUSES.
5 FOR SALES—Fine, modern res
idence In the west end of the
city. A bargain If taken at
once. Address 515 First St., or
4 phone 2H.
FOR SALE—Very reasonable on ac
count of leaving city, strictly mod
ern ten room house. Phone 404
or addressg 807 Fourth street.
9-25-6t
FOR SALE—7-room house, bath, lot
faces south and east, fine trees,
warmly built, barn, good condition.
F. E. Young. 9-30-3t
FOR SALE—Cheap, the J. R. Gage
house, 80S Second street. Inquire
of F. E. Young. 9-30-3t
FOR SALE-H5-room house, bath, corn
er lot, best part of city, good condi
tion. F. E. Young. 9-30-3t
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Undertakers
Da Plfiit-50
Night PNn-543 65
License* Eiltlier it Charge
Webb Bros.
Matin S
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Dr. Alex. Schiitt
DENTIST
Special Attention to
Regulating Teeth....
OFFICE: Webb A Cook Block
.230
BISMARCK. N. DAK.
Try TrlbtiM Want Column*.
Try The Tribune "»nt Column*.
FOR RENT—ROOMS.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms.- Ap
ply at 708 B. Main street. 9-23-d-tf-c
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room.
400 Fourth street. Phone 543.
9-22 tf
FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with
board, at -easonable rates, at the
Roanoke.
FOR RENT—Furnished room, sulta
ble for two. Inquire at 307 Sev
enth street. '. 9-24- 12t
FOR RENT—Newly furnished room at
223 Fourth,street modern.
9 23 tf
.FOR RENT—Roomp with bath and
heat. 402 Eighth street. 9-25-tf
FOR RENT—Two modern furnished
•rooms. 622 Third St. 9-25-d-4t
FOR RENT—A furnished, modern
room, suitable for two. 312 Eighth
street. Phone 346L.
OFFICE ROOMS—A suite of room*
especially well located for use dur
ing registration period. Address
B, care Tribune. 9-12-d-tf-o
FOR RENT—Good store room, 20x80
feet, well located. Address E. W.
Ladd, Underwood N. D.
9-28-12-tf
FOR BENT— HOU6E8.
FOR RENT—Eight room house. Tele
phone 577- 9-26 tf
FOR SALE—Good house at
620 Sixth street. Also good driving
team for sale. Apply at premises.
9-18-d-tf
FOR RENT—Four room hous' close
in. Water, sewer and light. G. L.
Gilbert. 9-3Wt
FOR RENT—Small house, centrally
located. Inquire at 405 Fourth St.
WANTED—AGENT8.
AGENTS WANTED—la North Dako
ta to write accident and health in
surance. New policy. Pays for
first week's sickness. Address L.
& Co., care Tribune.
9-28-e 6t-c
ADVERTISING.
WANT ADS IN THE TRIBUNE WILL
BRING RESULTS That was a
telling hanger the business man
hung up In his office—"If you want
to know who is boss around here,
start something."' With like em
phasis it may he declared that "if
you want results, use the Bismarck
Tribune "Want" column.
FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
FOR SALE—Furniture for five room
house, at once. Call 209 12th St.
9-28-3t
rbk SALE—HARNESS AND BUG
GIES.
FOR SALE—One wide seated phaeton
nearly new. Oscar H. Will
WANTED—COOKS.
WANTED—Two good cooks for din
ing hall in the opera house, to
cook two meals each day—dinner
and supper—for about 200 people,
"beginning Tuesday, October 12 and
closing Monday evening the 18th.
Will pay good wages. Report to J.
M. Taylor, 410 Second Ave. N. W.,
Mandan. Phone 125x. 9-30-tf
REGISTER A
FOR A FREE HOMESTEAD
O 4 to 2 3
PE.CIA.U HAiLROAO StRViCL
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, 8EPTEMBER 30, 1909.
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NEVER WORN
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SUCKER
youVeyet
to learn the bodily
comfort it gives in
the wettest weather
MADEFOR
HARokflKlrVICC
AND
GUARANTEED
WATERPROOF
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CATALOG nee
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WACHTE
Dray and Transfer Go.
Dealeft
A W O O a I E
Drays furnished for all purposes
PACKAOB PBLIVEBY
BRA* STORAGE
6. C. WACHTER
ISMARGK.
ST. PAUL MARKET LETTER.
Receipts of cattle here today were
fairly liberal some steers selling up
to 5.40, and a few cows at 4.00, but
the bulk of the stuff sold from 3.25
to 3.65, with a good many cows
around 3.00". We quote: Good to
choice steers 5.25 to 6.00 fair to good
4.50 to 5.00 poor to fair 3.75 to
4.25 good to choice cows and heifers
4.00. to 4.50 fair to good 3.00 to
3.60 poor to fair 2.50 to 3.00 can
ners and cutters 2.00 to 2.65 butcher
bulls 2.65 to 3.50 fair to choice veals
5.50 to 7.25 heavy and common
calves 2.50 to 4.50.
The receipts of the stockers and
feeders were liberal and prices ruled
10 to 20c lower. Good quality steers
steady while the commoner grades
sold considerably lower. We quote:
Good to choice feeders 4.35 to 5.00
fair to good 3.66 to 4.25 poor to fair
3.00 to 3.50 good to choice stockers
3.65 t& 4.25 fair to good 3.25 to 3.60
poor to fair 2.50 to 3.10 stock feed
ers and feeding cows 2.50 to 3.00
feeding bulls 2.60 to 3.10.
Hogs—1,880 market 5 to 10c low
er range 7.85 to 8.10 bulk around
8.00.
Sept. Wheat.
Tribune's Market Report
Grain, Stock and Mone Markets Fresh
From the Wires for Tribune Readers
So. St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 27.—Clay,
Robinson & Co., reports the markets
at So. St.'Paul as follows:
There were about ten cars of sheep
here today, and lambs were steady
while good fat sheep and lambs sold
strong choice lambs sold up to 7.00
fair kinds 6.25 to 6.50 fat ewes
4.25 to 4.40 wethers 4.50 to 5.65
yearlings 5.00 to 5.35. A good de
mand existed for all classes of feed
ing and breeding sheep. Yearling
wethers up to 5.40 wethers 4.25 to
4.40 feeding ewes "3.00 to 3.50 feed
ing lambs 5.50 to 6.25.,
Wheat Gossip.
Chicago, Sept. 29.—European mar
kets did not respond to our advance,
Liverpool closing only to
higher. Russia continues to offer
freely and advices from Australia
and Argentine are bearish. There
was an upward respond. The mar
ket afteer the opening ruled easy,
closing unchanged for September
and one cent lower for the other de
liveries. Advices from country
points indicate farmeers are selling
more liberally and that receipts will
keep up, especially increase. There
were also reports of more liberal
selling by farmers in Nebraska. For
eign markets are not showing any
anxiety in regard to supplies and a
very small export business, chiefly in
Manitoba wheats is being reported,
While there may be upturns from
time to time, we believe the market
will work lower in the long run.
CM. Minn.
Open 1.06% .99%
High 1.07% .99%
Low 1.04%. .99%
Close 1.06 .98%
O A S S O I A E E S S A N O E E O S
Dul.
.99%
Dec. Wheat.
Chi.
1.00%
1.01%
.99%
1.00
Open
High
Low
lose
B!SMARCK,N.D..|pen
Minn.
.99
.99%
.98
.98%
Dul
.98%
.98%
.98
.98%
May Wheat.
Minn.
Chi.
1.03%
Dul.
1.02%
1.02%
1.01%
1.01%
High 1.03%
Low •. 1.02%
Close 1.02%
1.01%
Chicago OOrn.
Sept. Dec.
Open 65% .59%
High 65% .59%
Low 64% .58%
Close 64% .58%
Open 42% .39%
High 44% .39%
Low 42% .38%
Close .44% .38%
May
.61%
.61%
•60%
•60%
Chicago oats.
Sept Dec.
May
.42%
.42%
.41%
.41%
Chicago Pork.
Sept Dec.
Open 18.02
High 25.00 18.60
Low 24.97 18.45
May
CONSIGN YOUR GRAIN TO
I References—
First National Bank or
Any Commercial Agency.
Loomis-Benson Company
GRAIN COMMISSION
Close 25.00 18.45
Minneapolis Cash Market.
No. 1 hard $1.02%
No. 1 northern 1.01%
No. 1 northern to arrive 1.00%
No. 2 northern 99%
No. 2 northern to arrive 98%
No. 3 northern 99% to .98%
No. 1 durum .84
No. 1 durum to arrive 84
No. 2 durum 83
N*. 1 velvet chaff 97%
No. 2 velvet chaff .96%
No. 3 white oats 36%
No. 3 yellow corn 60%
Barley 45 to .59
Rye .64% to .66%
Flax 1.37%
Flax to arrive 1.37%
Dulutb Cash Market.
No. 1 hard $1.01%
No. 1 northern 1.00%
No. 2 northern .98%
No. 1 durum 86%
No. 2 durum 84%
September durum 86
October durum i. .86
November durum 86
December durum .84%
May durum 88
Oats 36%
Barley 58
Rye 67
Cash flax 1.43
October flax 1.37%
November flax 1.37%
December flax 1.34%
May flax 1.38%
Local Markets
No. 1 northern 93
No. 2 northern 91
No. 3 northern 89
No. 1 durum 76
No. 2 durum 75
Receipts at Chicago.
Wheat, 23 cars same time last
year, 24 cars.
Corn, 192. cars, same time last
year, 106 cars,
year, 148 cars.
Minneapolis Receipts.
Wheat, 321 cars same time last
year, 457 cars.
Duluth Receipts.
Wheat, 765 cars same time last
year, 602 cars.
Winnipeg Receipts.
Wheat, 586 cars same time last
year, 238 cars.
Pats and Calls.
Minneapolis—December Wheat—
Puts, 97%c calls, 98%c
St. Paul, Sept. 29.—Cattle—1,800
steady stockers and feeders off 25
cents for week quotations un
changed.
Hogs—1,800 10 cents lower range
7.70 to 8.10 bulk 7.85 to 7.90.
Sheep—1,500 10 to 15 lower 2.00
to 5.25 lambs steady 2.50 to 6.65.
Chicago, Sept 29.—Cattle—18,000
market steady steers 6.50 to 8.50
cows 3.50 to 5.25 heifers 3.50 to 6.00
bulls 3.00 to 4.85 calves 3.00 to 9.00
stockers and feeders 3.75 to 4.90.
Hogs—19,000 market 5 to 10 cents
lower choice heavy 8.30 to 8.40
butchers 8.25 to 8.40 light mixed
7.80 to 8.00 choice light 8.00 to 8.15
packing 8.00 to 8.20 pigs 5.00 to 7.00
bulk of sales 7.90 to 8.20.
Sheep—30,000 market for lamb
firm and for sheep weak to 10 cent!
lower sheep 4.25 to 5.50 lambs 6.0j
to 7.10 yearlings 5.25 to 5.40.
Inferential.
Khol—Jack simply raved over my
•gore and my complexion
Maud—And he is still In the asy.
Isn.
Marfield, Tearse &Noyes
(Incorporated)
GRAIN
Consigned Grain Our Specialty
Correspondence Invited
MINNEAPOLIS MILWAUKEE
DULUTH CHICAGO
Address all correspondence to
Minneapolis office,
S Chamber of Commerce
branches at Duluth,
Milwaukee and
MINNEAPOLIS The best way is to ship us and
we will show what we can do.
do not expect every sale to be at top price," but
know that, taken the season through, an old and ex
perienced house will give the best service. This ex
perience is valuable at every new phase of the mar
ket, and financial strength is a .constant comfort.
Remember the name when yon ship.
f^SS* THE VA
N DUSEN-HARRINGTO
N CO.
iQth" w^«piS" GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK
Mountain Time
••VIN
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
E. 8. PIERCE
County Justice City Justlc*
Notary Public
Office at Court House.
Residence Phone—268.
Office hours: 9 to 12 a.
2 to 6 p. m.
ARTHUR VAN HORN.
Architect,
209 Seventh Street, Bismarck, N.
Office Phone 305 Residence 24-.
T. R. MOCKLER,
Loans on City Property.
Law, Real Estate and Loans
Bismarck and w»«hburri N- D.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
TIME CARDS OF RAILWAY8 PASS
ING THROUGH BISMARCK
Northern Pacific
EAST O N
2
4
p. m.
7 07
Forsythe
Glenullen
New
Sweet Briar
Lyons
a. m.
1 00
jlandan Ar
Central Time
Mandan Ar
Mandan Lv
8 20
Bismarck
Valley
3 25
a.m.
11 00
11 25
St. Paul
Minneapolis
Fargo
Casselton
Tower
Valley City
Jamestown Ar
Jamestown Lv
Mountain Time
New Salem
Sims
Almont
Kurtz
Glenullen
Hebron
Antelope
Richardton
Taylor
Gladstone
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1
6
16
a. m.
11 57
a.
9 06
p. m.
1 00
p. m.
5 20
a. m.
6 40
6 61
7 04
7 24
7 85
7 46
7 85
9 47
Glendive
Dickinson
Lehigh
Gladstone
Taylor
Richar
4 07
2 45
p. m.
6 85
a. m.
1 15
8 06
4 50
11 45
10 50
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1 29
8 81
8 41
9 0?
9 11
9 38
0 63
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10 04
10 17
a. m.
1 40
10 40
9 20
9 80
4 25
1 85
2 40
2 50
11 40
11 50
p. m.
12 07
12 82
18 42
12 65
1 30
1 10
1 18
8 50
1 08
4 00
2 28
8 41
8 58
3 02
3 30
1 85
1 50
2 09
1 50
8 03
2 20
8 36
8 58
8 08
3 80
9 45
4 60
3 07
6 05
11 20
Bismarck
11 50
10 05
11 30
12 00
10 15
11 05
Steele
11 35
9.50
10 21
6 65
p. m.
12 28
12 38
Jamestown ..A
Jamestown
8 05
8 20
City
•RnfFalr
Wheatland
Casselton
6 06
6 16
8 60
4 05
4 55
6 17
6 48
6 67
6 13
6 37
6 55
7 15
10 00
a. m.
6 60
7 26
9 29
7 25
.....
Fargo
10 34
8 30
3 12
Minneapolis
11 20
a. m.
7 10
7 40
9 30
p. m.
5 00
6 30
9 SO
10 00
W E S O N
1 1
3 5 15
1
Central Time
p.m. 1 a. m. 1 p.m.
10 15
10 45
9 15
9 45
10 30
11 05
a. m.
7 55
8 17
8 35
8 47
9 15
9 26
9 39
10 00
10 36
11 35
11 60
p. m.
12 10
12 32
12 41
5 50
5 35
4 32
6 11
.....
7 25
6 01
8 20
8 25
8 36
8 41
7 00
7 05
10 30
11 00
9 15
3 00
3 23
3 34
3 44
4 03
4 20
4 30
4 52
5 06
5 2S
5 49
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p.
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Dickinson Lv
Glendive
Forsythe
Billings
a. m.
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7 00
a. m.
6 00
1 35
4 55
S 15
2 27
5 57
9 40
12 20
3 4C
7 02
10 00
a. m.
J10 10
3 00
7 00
p. m.
11 00
a. m.
12 40
p. m.
LINTON BRANCH.
p. m.
Mixed Except Sunday.
4 00
4 45
5 05
5 20
5 25
6 10
6 45
7 15
a. m.
10 30
9 45
9 20
9 05
9 00
8 15
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7 15
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