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JPEMALf HELP WANTED.
WANTBQ-^A, girl for general house !work ait 604 Mandan avenue. Mrs. %. W. Wolbert. 10-2-tf WANTED^A nouse ^Irl that under stands cooking and general house work. i2^a'ibid^^'iiilbPly to Ohas tHatt ajTajii street., 10-15-3t WANTBD-^tve girlfi iat Bismarck Steam Laindry Ob, i, pall at office, or Dhone B4 10-14-3t WANTBD-^irl for general house work. Call 802, Arenue B„ or pijone 594. Good:'wftgeb L•if^S/ 10-14-tf ,*-. WANTED—A girl fOr general house work. Mrs. O. N". Dunham, Ave nue A. 10-16-2t WANTED—A good girl for general housework. .Inquire of 20 Avenue A. Mrs. C. J. Busch. 10-6-tf FREE HOMESTEADS. WANTED—The.address of from tour 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. •''.'-':''••'. 2 FOR SALE—•Mtsoelianeour FOR SALE—Two second hand spring wagons, in good shape. Charles White, 116 Second street. Phone 105. 10-13-6t FOR SALE—Kiblinger automobile, solid tire, 14 horse power, runabout, complete with top, storm curtains, lamps, practically new and in first class running condition. Biggest bargain in thff state, at $175 cash. Phone or write'.O. O. Raugust, Washburn, N. P. 10-9-10t FOR SALE OR TRADE—Oliver type writer thresher outfit X, Tribune. 10-i-12t LOST. "OR" LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—A y!Bmall brown cow, with rope around $eck with ring it. If found, call Wm. Ja'ger, phone 271. lft-J5-2t LOST—Gold beads, tine Return to Trib 10-3-2t POUND FOUND—A bunch of small keys with -buttonhook and corkscrew attached. Owner can have same W. calling j|t the .Tribune anjd paying, for jjrtrtfsing •-.•• lo^mtc* VOR SALE—HARNESS AND BUO» FOR SALE—Twini'seated pneaten In new milch cow. H. S. Smith, •,-• lQ-1-tf SITUATION^ WANTEp—F EMALE' *WANTED--«Work toy day, 1.1.50 per day, by *romaifc Phone 463L. ,..«*,=,•., ^T3.g.:/,..-. .'@ 1 0 6 ROOMS WANTED. W^OTED-r-A sinanr well furnished .'$tt or suit of rooms In the busi ness district. Address ~Xi care ifotbnn&t lOrlltfc FpR,:&dZ§^ywo. $175.00 takes good relinquishment joining land tliat this year"produc ed 20 butfhels of flax to the acre. House 12!^ one and oji-hair storr ies Keehan Land Co 10-17-tf (SiiiliSl'"":! INSURANC E SsoirtiiiEs P. G. REMINGTON. Agent N it it 1 TBLEPHONB 6 GROCERIES Cashier W i0& ::*C©m«r IThftwl,,tmt Broadway stacd Surplus, $50,000.00 OENERAL SANKINQ Kon«y to Loan on Farm Land •rest Paid as Tliaa Oa»es*U sad Satlaga aooouaU Isements under this head wlU be inserted for ONE CENT A WORD first insertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WORD each consecutive insertion, if paid is advance.) No pubttea tion for less than 15*. Cash must accompany out «f tow* or ders.* .•- Advertisements In fkese col umns having letters or numbers MAT be. answered through cor respondence. SPECIAL NOTICE—When pos sible, we advise advertisers In this department to specffy advance and number of times an advertisement to to ran. ARTISTIC PRINTING. PRINTING—TJB Btsmajrck Tribune pays the highest wages to the best artists—and Job printing is now an art—which, is the reason why the Tribune work has a, trade-mark of excellence that is distmetive. The character of the man and the busi ness in this up-to-date age is indicated by the stationery used. FOR SALE—HOU8E5. 4-: FOR SALE—Fine, modern res idence in the west end of the city. A bargain if taken at once. Address 515 First St., or phone 29«.. :c.^^'-V[ '••-. r, FOR SALE—Several good houses business Jots .and residence lots in the city of^Biasaar^^l^be^iI.terms j.v S. Knauss, over First National Bank. lWfrttc 3USINE98 CHANCES. FOR SALE—An exceptionally good, clean $7,600 stock of general mer chnadise: part cash and security. A splendid opportunity. Act quickly. Lock Box 46,. Spencer, S. D. 10-lT-lt FOR SALE—Hotel McQuillan and entire fixtures, thirty-three rooms nave lease nattt March 20, 1911. In good order, eity water and elec tric lights centrally located in a three story brick bonding. Write or calL F^ank H'M«*inito, Min dan, N. D. 9-25-d tf MALE. .Hji^/WAHTEO, WANTED-^firat an printer-editor to take full charge of country week ly. Address with reference, F4 care Trhmne. lS-15-2t DH WANTEpr-Llve, wide-awake boys de siring a few hon» prc4!ltaible work dally, W cati upon J. Dorah, Tribi une ofllce. 10-7-D WANTED—Young man or boy to learn bookbinding. See bindary foreman^ Trlbane ^fflce. 10-13- DH W^NT|D--«0AI, MINERS. COAL MtmraS WANTKCfeA few good coal miners granted at once, steady work ahd good wages. Ap plyJoEdwariMKBrimr^JW^shburn^^ WANTED—COOKS, WANTED—Two good cooks fw 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 WACHTER Dray «dTrnsfir Co. HAY. W O O a I Drays faralahodfer all parpaaas PACKAOB W IS l:c.^HtER '"^liaiiiit-r^- .^ i-m.' bin Merchants State -.^.. :. ^?-./ •'a 1 Highast Award 1 .receivedythe 5 titterStudio Pi-"'at the N. W. P. Ase'n at Cif|rl«itiiiii«8litfias1l8rs Bismarok, fe« ». Dsk. FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—-Two furnished rooms in modern house. Inquire at 38 Rosser street. 10-10 6tx FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 400 Fourth street. 10-1-tf FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with board, at -easonable rates, at the Roanoke. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern. 516 Ninth street. 10-8-12t FOR RENT—Furnished new, modern house, street. FOR RENT—Furnished room, suita ble for twoi Inquire at 307 Sev enth street. 9-24-12t FOR RENT—Rooms with bath and heat. 402 Eighth street. 9-25-'tf 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-C' FOR RENT—Furnished room, mod ern. Inquire 512 Avenue B. •. 10-6-tf FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for housekeeping. 219 Second street. 10-16-6t FOR RENT—Two rooms house. Phone 444. Tribune "Want" column. MARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, 8UNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1909. rooms in a 622 Eighth 10-17-3t in modern 10-16-tf c. FOR RENT—-Good store room, 20x80 feet, well located. Address E. W. Ladd, Underwood, N. D. 9-28-12-tf FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—House of Geo. M. Register. five rooms. 10-15-3t FOR RENT—Modern house, 8 rooms, bath and furnace. 313 4th street. B. B. Lewis, owner. Call house or Angus McDonald's residence, 3rd and Rosser. 10-ll-6tx. FOR RENT—Eight room house. Tele phone 577., 9-26 tf ADVERTISING. WANT ADS IN THE TRIBUNE WILL BRING RESULTS That was a telling hanger the business man hung up in his office—"If yon want to know who is boss around here, start something." Wl|h like em phasfiNt nmyisbe Awilitfiis*^^ you want results, use the Bismarck 4= MISCELLANEOUS WANTBD-Dressmaking and sewing, by day or to take home. Phone 343J. 10-10»6t WANTED—To buyj a number of •heavy work horses. H. C. Farmer, Stillwater, Minn. 10-i7-12t WANTED—SALESMEN WANTED SALESMEN—Now residing outside of Bismarck, to sell a gen eral line of strictly, higlikgrada gro ceries to hotels, farmers, Btcckmen and other large consnnaers Our goods are guaranteed to a comply* with the national as weil as the state pure food laws. X. invest mnet commissions advanced: ex perience unnecessary. Liberal in come assured honest, energetic men. Write today for -pa-rdculars. Jonn Sexton & Co., Wholesa'o 4rtf cers. Lake and Franklin Pts, Cfii vago. 1017-11 Paying Fourfold^ In the year "1867, a man in a cer tain^ country town in New York state, owed a grocery bill of $80, and his creditor a young, general merchant^ took a small plot of land in payment., On this plot—about a quarter acre— the merchant had a neat. cottage built, buying the materials himself, and lettiQt, the work to a young carp enter at day wages. He pur about $500 savings into the place, and owed about $400 more in bills and notes up on completion. During the •construc tion the young carpenter had mar ried. When the cottage was finished he wanted to become its- tenant "Why not buy it," suggested th9 owner, and offered to sell house and land for $1,200 and Interest on the monthly payments. But the carpent er only wanted to rent. tHe wasn'£ ready to settle yet—couldn't tie him self down, might want to move away and better himself—wanted to wait year, anyway. That carpenter is/ living in that cottage today, and his old wife witlr,him. Ten years ago the merchant retired from business, a wealthy man. But all these years the carpenter has worked for day wages, paying Tent and saving noth ing. Today he and his wife, both past wor. are living on charity. The cottage, while still tight and warm Is not what it was in 186T, when It brought $12 a month. From time t$ time the rent has been lowered as it grew weatherbeaten, tthtil the last paid by the tenant was $6 a month. That was two years ago. Since then the carpenter has been able to pay nothing, and tie mechant will let that old couple-live there as long as eitb er ot them needs anywplace. to live at?aE. He ^%e^ a|to#dlt^par from sentiment, he says. For In thfj pasf forty years the carpenter' hi paid for the cottage four times. $1,200.00—Fftre 4#wn house, cttyj wai er, treeB lo* 50x150,3 125.00i ne month, no interest. Also a fe Worthy of Confidence An Offer Backed by One of Our Most Reputable Concerns We pay for all the medicine used during the trial, if our remedy fails tc completely relieve you of con stipation. We take all the rtsk Ycu are not obligated to us in any way wtatever, If you accept our offer. That's a mighty broad statement, but we mean every word of it Could anything be more fare to you? A most scientific, common sense treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which are eaten like candy. Thsir active principle is a recent scientific dis covery that Is odorless, colorless and tasteless very pronounced, gentle and pleasant in action, and particu larly agreeable in every way. This ingredient does not cause diarrhoea. nauBea, .flatulence, griping or any in convenience whatever. .Rexall Or derlies are particularly good for the children, aged and delicate persons. If you suffer from chronic or hab itual- constipation, or the associate or dependent chronic ailments, we urge you to try Rexall Orderlies at oUr risk. Remember, you can get them in Bismarck only at our store. 12 tablets, 10 cents 36 tablets, 25 cents—The Rexall Store—Lenbart Drug Co. THE DIGESTION. Treatment That Will Be Found Mora Helpful Than Medicine. Digestion is seldom Improved by the taking of medicines, declares an old family physician. "We all know plenty of old bodies of both sexes who bare taken medicine enough to float a battleship—taken it as a sort of pious duty," he says, "but these old bodies hang on to life in spite of their dosing, not through it "A large glass of water taken in the morning directly after rising and cleaning the teeth are worth all the aperient mixtures in the world. The juice of one or, two oranges, taken as long before breakfast as possible. Is excellent for cleaning out the di gestive tract and giving the appetite a fillip. It is well to follow the morn ing tab with ten minutes or so of ex ercises which will stimulate the stom ach and liver. Stand upright, with the hands above the head, then bend down, keeping the knees straight, un til the tips of the fingers touch the floor. Repeat this eight tunes, then put the hands on the hips and bend from side to side. This massages the liver and stimulates the digestion. For breakfast eat porridge and brown bread and some fruit. Prunes are the best if there is a tendency to consti pation. A glass of water taken just before going to bed la excellent for «nshlnjwut the stomach and keeping '__— Y0ru Tribune. A Convert. An old Cambridge friend of mine who had a good deal of the wisdom of the serpent in him had a fanner in his parish in Norfolk whom he could not get to church. Whenever he pressed upon him his neglect or his bad exam ple he was always met with the same excuse. "You be too young and do not know enough' to teach such as 1." At last he gave up the farmer in despair. But one day he happened to pass by the farm while his parishioner, was Slend gaged in killing a fine nig. My saJdirWhat a pig! Why, he 'weighs thirty-four stonef* "What dost thou know of pigs?" replied the farmer. "1 only wish he weighed as much." When they next met the farm er, to his surprise, told my friend.that the pig bad been found to weigh just thlrty-four stone. He added, much to my friend's gratification. "And thou wilt see me at church next Sunday, parson."—London Globe. Getting a Renewal. Little Dorothy was playing "house with her small friend Elizabeth, when suddenly she said. "I guess I'll have to go home." "What forr asked Betty, with a good deal of concern. I «To ast my mamma if I can turn back again." answered Dorothy.— Woman's Home Companion. Have you ever noticed that you no sooner get one trouble off your band* that another comes alontV-Atchison Qiobe. Thebrandvm confection thaihas made puehahtteverywhere.^ C*ocola%ntttteheet snapplest-cres^-^ 8orori5atfc«Ut*a arepore-tftwttys fretfh,tsajpHtw fid gratifyingto ioWfiAeaattfttl ereftsmeaaWpboxes-eat the pound. At ourstore. LETTER -FROM HOKE HeHenrjr, N. D. Mr.TomFiteflbbooi, at. Paul,Minn, it,'-' Dear Sir: •',,'••]" I take plewure in telling you what your wonderful OUhooley Iriah Liniament bai done for me. Sarins' the past ten yean, I have twice been down with Inflamatory Bhemoatlsm. During that time I tpent about one year on crutehe*. The rheuma tism left me with a stiff and swollen ankle and for the pa«t few year* I have been get ting- BO lame I could not walk. About three yean ago I bought a bottle of Qilhooley'g Irish Linament and have made two applications of it each day since. The result is that today I have the full use of my ankle and can be on my feet «J1 day without any lameness. During the past ten years I have taken every rheumatic medicine that I heard of but with no satisfactory results. I cannot thank you enough for what GUhoeley's Irish Linament has done for me. If this letter is of any use to you, you may use it and I will cheerfully reply to any letters of inquiry sent me. Yourt truly, Signed P. B. WOLCOTT, Qec'y McHenry Land Co, MeHenry, N, D' Oilbeofey's Irish Unament Is for sale by all druggists, or OUhooley Irish Unament Co., St. Paul. Minn. Day Phone—50 Might PhODB—543 65 Licensed Esiilier ie Ciirge Webb Bros. Main S E. Ii. FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBALME Phone IOO DAY OR NIGHT Main a Third St., •Isinarok CURE FOR INDIGESTION Rest) What We Will Do for Ml Sufsran of Indigestion, Sick Headache and All Sorts of Stomachs Trouble. Send lOo to cover cost of malting, etc., and we will send WITHOUT FURTHER CHARGE a SI ABSORPTION TREATMENT. Sponga-a plas ter that will cure—works like magic on the solar plexus, which is the center of the sympethetic nerve system that controlls the digestive orgiinB, Write us now and we will saye you days and weeks of misery! Adpress Ohio Remedy Co,, Box 42, Sta. F., Toledo, Ohio, For Sale. Half section, all tillable, In Crom well township, Burleigh county, N. D. Along proposed extension of railroad north from McKenzie. Some build lus^. grove, well, windmill, running water. Price per acre, $18.00 Write owner. H. P. Hanson, Norden, S. D. The Last Word in Candy '***MmQi^^ PROFESSIONAL CARDS PIERCE County Justice Notary Public, Office at Court House. Residence Phone—2S8.. Office hours: 9 to 12 a. 7 2 to 6 p. m. -.ARTHUR VAN HORN. Architect, 209 Seventh Street. Bismarck, N. 0 Office Phone 305 Residence tii. T. R. MOCKLEP., Loans an City Property. Law, Real Estate and Loans Bismarck and Waahburn N. RAILWAY TIME TABLE TIME CARDS OF RAILWAY8 PASS ING THROUGH BISMARCK Northern Pacific EAST BOUND. Mountain Time Billings Lv Forsythe .. Glendive Dickinson ... Lehigh Gladstone ... Taylor Richardton .. Antelope .. Hebron dfandan Central Mandan .. Mandan AT Sanborn Valley City Oriska 'lower City Buffalo Wheatland Caasettoa .: Mapleton ... Fargo Minneapolis St Paul .. Goodness matter what de licious candy you hateeaten before •you are sure to pronounce Sorority Chocolate*— Tayhx-Made— City'iuitieav^-' W^fa&jtK':-:W': a. m. 1 00 a. m. 11 67 4 07 2 46 p. m. 35 5 05 4 60 Glenullen .. Kurtz Almont Suns New Salem Judson Sweet Briar Lyons 11 45 10,50 p. m. 1 29 6 16 9 29 7*6 ^."r,rfH 34 8 30 11 20 a. m. 7 10 7 40 '9*80 p. m. 5 00 5 30 9 30 10 00 WESTBOUND. Central Time ^?K^i$p$pa 16 a. nt 9 0* p. m. 1 00 p. m. 6 20 a. m. 6 40 6 61 7 04 7 24 7 85 7 46 7 85 P 7 07 9 47 a. m. 1 15 8 *1 8 41 9 02 9 12 9 88 9 62 10 04 10 17 a ni. 1 40 ..Ax 8 20 S 25 Time ,.' ..Ar ..L» 10 40 9 80 9 SO Bismarck Burleigh McKenzie Sterling Steele Driecoll Crystal Springs Mandan Medina Mandan Driscoll Sterling McKenzie Burleigh Bismarck Tappen Dawson Steele,...,. Dawson Tappen Crystal Springs Medina Cleveland Windsor Eldridge 4 2$ 4 85, 40 11 40 11 60. p* HI* 12 07 I 50 9 45 4 50 3 07 is a&k 18 42 12 65 1 80 1 10: 1 18 8 60 1 02 4 00 2 28 2 41 2 62 8 02 8 30 1 85 1 60 2 09 1 50 2 03 2 20 2 86 2 58 8 08 0 **V 8 60 4 05 4 65 6 Vt 6 *2 6 57 6 IS 87 6 55 7 16 10 00 a. m. 60 7 25 S 05 11 20 Jamestown 11 50 10 05 Lv ii'so 12*66 io'is 11 05 11 86 9.60 10 21 6 55 p. m. 12 28 12 3St 8 20 amestow .Ar .Lv 8 05 06 15 ajn, 11 00 II 25 St Paul Minneapolis .. Fargo Mapleton Casselton Wheatland Buffalo Tower City Oriska Valley City Sanborn ... Jamestown Jamestown p.m. I 10 15 10 45 s. m. 9 15 9 46 p.m. 10 80 11 05 a. m. 7 65 8 17 8 35 8 47 9 15 9 26 9 89 10 00 10 86 11 85 11 50 p. m. 12 10 12 82 12 41 6 60 6 85 4 82 i'ii 7 25 8*36 8 41 6 01 Ar Lv 8 20 8 25 Eldridge Windsor Cleveland Mountain Time Mandan Lyons Sweet Briar Judson New Salem Sims Almont Kurtz Glenuilen .. Hebron Antelope Richardton .. Taylor Gladstone ... Lehigh 7 00 7 05 Lv 10 30 11 00 9 15 3 00 3 28 3 34 3 44 4 03 4 20 4 30 4 52 6 06 5 28 5 49 6 04 6 IS 6 35 6 47 a. 1 30 Dickinson .. p. m. 2 20 PIANO a. m. 12 15 12 20 3 40 7 02 10 00 a. m. ..Ar Dickinson .. Glendive .. Forsytbe .. Billings ..Lv 7 00 a. m. 6 00 10 10 3 00 7 00 p. m. 1 85 55 8 15 2 27 5 5 9 40 11 00 a. m. p. m. 12 40 P- LINTON BRANCH. Mixed Except Sunday. 4 00 4 45 5 05 5 20 5 25 0 10 6 45 7 15 Lv Bismarck McKenzie Burdick a. m. .Ar 10 so 9 4a 9 20 9 05 9 00 8 15 7 4G 7 15 Moffitt Bessoba Hazelton ... Brofy Ar Linton .Lv 1 ROPOSALS FOR ELECTRIC LIGHT system. Office of the Constructing guartermaster, .Fort Lincoln, N. D., Septem :r 20th, 1909. ?ealed proposals in triplicate will be received here until 1:30 p. m., Oc tober 19th, 1909, tor furnishing labor and material for wiring buildings at Fort Lincoln, N. D., according to plans and specifications, also furnishing all poles and setting up and wirinp same around garrison and down to end of reservation road. Information fur nished upon application. U. S. reserves the right to accept or reject any or all propos als. Envelopes should be marked "Proposals tor Electric Light System," and addressed to J. D. Elliott Lt. B-, Qra. ft 8th Infan try, Constructing Quartermaster. 9-19-S0t-c TUNING J. M. WARD. rffl*} m. •f ,W 3V.*.'! *t