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FEMALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED—First class dining room girl. No other need apply. Roan oke Hotel. "WlAfNTBD—Girl or boy to work for their board -while going to school. Apply 618 Sixth street. WANTED—A good girl for general housework. Phone or call for Mr. Robinson, care Lewis-Vidger Co. WANTED—A girl for general house work. Inquire Mrs. Slattery, 508 Eighth street. 10-24-tf WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework. Apply 514 Sixth St., Mrs. C. J. Fish. WANTED—A girl for general house work. Good wages for right girl. Apply Mrs. Ctaas. Glatt, 710 Sev enty street. WANTED—A girl for general houre work. Apply Mrs. T. R. Atkinson, 223 Second street. nOUSES WANTt WANTED—Small, modern furnished house. Give location and price. Address "M" Tribune. POR SALE-—HARNES8 AND BUG* GIES. FOR SALE—Two seated pheaten in good condition, to exchange for a new milch cow. H. S. Smith. 10-1-tf FORE RENT—STORE BUILDING FOR RENT—Fine store building at Dickinson, N. D. Size 25x45, newly finished, hard wood floor, steel ceil ing, plate front. Best location in .town, one-fhalf block from postofflce. Suitable for any business. Good liv ing rooms up stairs. Special in ducements offered to good tenant |, if taken at once. A. M. Ponrroy, Dickinson, N. D. FOR ENT—^Furnlshsd Cottage FOR RENT—A furnished cottage on Fourth street, two blocks from Main street. Can have possession December 1st. All modern. P. C. Remington. FOR SALE—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Brand new $400 Pi office. FOR RENT—HOjJSES. FOR RENT—House with four rooms George. M. Register. WACHTER Dray and Transfer Co. „...., Dealer*. A W O O a I O Drays furnished for all purposes PACKAOB DELIVERY 0RA« ST0RA8I 6. C. WACHTER moul BISMARCK, ire Hail Bond mM 1 INSURANCE A IN Tornad P. C. REMINGTON. Agent Office at Merchant* State Baak TELEPHONE 236 SLATTERY,G IN O Wholesale and Ratal GROCERIES Oinhrs la Coai, Wood, Ice and Grail Corner Third Broadway BISMARCK. P. C. Remington. President Walter Graham. N. DAK, S- P. Qnain. VieePreaident J. A. Graham. Cashier Ass't. Caahiar Merchants State BANK Capital and Sarplus. $50,000.00 E N E A A N I N Money to Loan on Farm Land Interest Pels' ea Tims Oepss'ts sad Ssvlaga Aasaaata mm I ll I. FOR SALE— HOU8ES. FOR SALE—Fine, modern res 4 idence In the west end of the •city. A bargain It taken at once. Address 615 First St., or phone ?M. Classified Wants! Advertisement! under this head will be inserted for ONE CENT A WORD first Insertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WORD each consecutive Insertion, It paid in advance.) No publica tion tor lest than 15c. Cash must accompany out of town or ton. Advertisements in these col umns having letters or numbers MU8T 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 art—which is the reason why the Tribune work Jhas a trade-mark of excellence that is distinctive. The character of the man and the busi ness in this up-to-date age is Indicated by the stationery used. MALE HELP WANTED WANTBD^-Man to wdrk on farm. Ap ply Hillside Dairy. Phone 408M. •—I.. Hi fm .iHi-.i. ii FOR SALE—POULTRY. FOR SALE—Poultry of all kinds. Turkeys and geese a specialty. CJhas. White. Plione 105. 116 Sec ond street. '. FOR RENT—BARN8. FOR RENT—Two barns. Inquire at 400 Seventh street ate MISCCL4.ANSOUS PIANO TUNjfoW. Mi Ward. Phone 231, Bismarck, N. D. TABLE BOARD. TABLE BOARD-^-SlS Fourth street, Bismarck. LOST, LOST—Persian scarf Monday night, between Gem theatre and Roanoke hotel. Finder return to Mrs. Welch, Roanoke hotel, and receive reward. 4 Day Pint—50 Night Plon-543 65 Licttstl Eiiiliir it Glirgt Webb Bros. a in S FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBALMER 8 tOO A O N I O Main S Third St Bismarak FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 400 Fourth street. 10-1-tf FOR RENT—One modern furnished room. Apply First and Rosser Sts., or phone 444. FOR RENT—Rooms with board in modern house, 415 Third street. Phono 589K. FOR RENT—Two rooms in new mod •era houee. Phone 148. FOR RENT—One furnished room. J. E. Perry, 709 Sixth street, or E. G. Field's store. WOODMANSEE HOUSE Modern irooms, good table, reasonable price. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with board for gentleman. Apply 313 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with board, at -easonable rates, at the Roanoke. FOR RENT—Furnished roomB in a imodern new house. 622 Eighth Street. Phone 367. FOR RENT—Furnished room, mod ern. 516 Ninth street. FOR RENT—A furnished, modern room, suitable for two. 312 Eighth street. Phone 346L. FOR RENT—Furnished room, mod ern. Inquire 512 Avenue B. 10-6-tf 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—Household furniture, cheap. Call at Room 9, Lucas block. JL iJ?£B SAL£—FUR .COAT. ROOMS WANTED. WANTED—Two or three heated irooms in house or block for light housekeeping. Address H. R. C, care Tribune. WANTED TO RENT—3 or 4 rooms, furnished for light housekeeping. Phone 68. HISTORICAL. WANTED—You to send us Pioneer Letters, Stories, Diaries, old books of North Dakota and Canada his tory, lists of Black Hills stage driv ers and bush whackers, Indian rel ics, etc. State Historical Society, Bismarck. N. D. FOR SALE—CELERY. Fresh home grown celery delivered to any part of the city in quantities not less than one dozen, at 75c a dozen. Reduction made in large quantities. John W. Millett. WANTED—ABSTRACTER. Wanted—Qooi experienced Abstrac ter of not less than six months to a year's experience, at once. Must be absolutely reliable and able to take charge of absthact office and furnish bona. Boozers and cigar ette fiends need not apply. Address Dakota Abstract & Title Co., Wash burn, N. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1909. TO FIND A EN ANT is one of the things a Want Ad does surely and usually quickly I 60 YFARS EXPERIENCE TRAOK MAHKS DMIGNB CorvaibHrs Ac Anyone sending a akateh and description wf jSeilj ascertain our opinion frea whether ttonaatrteUroonlg^atuLJKMMQQft on PatatS (ant frea. Oldest aeentsy fere*earlu»atenta. Scientific JUncricati AhandsoinshT Ilhe*»««aweeW eolation of any s^ifwejoiirn yanrt fonrmontna,»l. Soiabjr NHIfeK Terms. S31 newedenlera PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. S. PIERCE County Justice City Juetlo* 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 Street, Blarasrek, N. Office Phone 305 Residence 2ii T. R. MOCKLER, Loans «n City Property. Law, Rsai Estate and Loans •ismarok and Washburn N. B. wi'»*» u,n.jiixMWtf"wW*Wja— A STARTLING STATEMENT NEW YORK MEDICAL AUTHORI TIES CLAIM DY8PEP8IA TO BE A PRE DISPOSING CAUSE OF CONSUMPTION. The post mortem statistics of the big New York hospitals show that some cases of consumption are due, at least Indirectly, to unchecked dys pepsia, especially when the victim was predisposed to tuberculosis. Dyspepsia wears out the body and brain. The weakened, irritable stom ach being unable to digest food, the body does not receive the required nourishment, and the victim becomes thin, weak and haggard. As a result the body becomes a fertile field in which the germs of disease may lodge and flourish. Therefore, the person who permits dyspepsia to progress unhindered is guilty of contributing toward the de velopment of one of the most insid ious and fatal diseases to mankind. Dyspepsia may be completely era dicated if properly treated. We sell a remedy that we positively guar antee will completely relieve Indlees tion or dyspepsia, or the medicine used during the trial will cost tlhe user nothing. This remedy has been named Rex all Dyspepsia Tablets. Certainly no offer could be more fair, and our or fer should be proof positive that Rex all Dyspepsia Tablets are a dependa ble remedy. Inasmuch as the remedy will cost you nothing if it does not benefit you, we urge you who are suffering with indigestion or dyspepsia to try Rex all Dyspepsia Tablets. A 25-cent box contains enough medicine for fifteen days' treatment. For chronic cases we have two larger sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. Remember you can ob tain Rexall Remedies in Bismarck only at our store—The Rexall Store —Lentiart Drug Co. State of North Dakota, County of Burleigh. In County Court, before Hon. M. J. McKenzie, Judge. In the matter of the setate of Syl vester Noble, deceased. Burt Noble, petitioner, vs. Clara M. Hambright, Jessie Buchanan, re spondents. The State of North Dakota to the above named respondents: You, the said Clara M. Hambright and Jessie Buchanan, are hereby no tiflej. that the final account of the administrator of the estate of Sylves ter Noble, late of the city of Beaver Dam and state of Wisconsin, deceas ed, has been rendered in this court, therein showing that the estate of said deceased is ready for final set tlement and distribution, and petition ing that his account be allowed, the residue of said estate be distributed to the persons entitled, his adminis tration closed and he be discharged that Wednesday, the 1st day of De cember, A. D., 1909, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the court rooms of this court in the court house in the city of Bismarck, county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota, has been duly appointed by this court for the settlement thereof, at which time and place any persons interested in said estate mav appear and file his exceptions, in writing, to said ac count and petition and contest the same. And you, the above named respond ents, and each of you, are hereby cited and required then and there to be and appear before this court, and show cause, if any you have, why said account shall not be allowed, the residue of said estate distributed, the administration of said estate closed and said Burt Noble, administrator of said estate be discharged. Dated the 27th day of October, A. D., 1909. By the Court: M. J. M'KBNZIE, Judge of the County Court. Let service hereof be made by pub lication in the Bismarck Tribune. ROPOSALS FOR BARN. DEPART ment of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washnigton, D. C, October 86. 1909. Sealed proposals plainly marked on the nut side of the envelope "Proposals for Barn, Bismarck, N. Dak. and addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, will be received at the Indian Office Until two o'clock p. m., of Nevember SO, 1009, for furnishing the necessary materials and labor required to construct and complete a barn building at the Bismarck School, N. Dak., in strict accordance with piano, speci fications and instructions to bidders, which may be examined at this office, the offices of The Tribune, Bismarck, N. Dak., the Im provement Bulletin, Minn., the American Contractor, Chicago, III., the Builders and Traders Exchanges at Omaha, Nebraska, St. Paul, Minn., and Minneapolis, Minn., the Northwestern Manufacturers Association, St Paul. Minn., and the U. S. Indian Ware houses at Cicago, III., Omaha, Neb., St. Louis. Mo., New York. N. V.. and at the school. For furtuer information apply to W. R. Davis, Superinrendent Indian School Bismarck, N. Dak. F. R. Abbott, Acting Commissioner. An Advantage. A well known Scottish clergyman got Into conversation to a railway car riage with a worklngman, who inform ed him that he bad been coupler on a railway for several years. "Ob." said the minister. "I can beat that! 1 bars been a coupler for over twenty years." "Aye," replied the workman, "but I can uncouple, and yon csossT' WHIM'm .''MWwwaaw^wwjiwwwj^PMWf1 ADVERTISED LETTER8. Advertised letter list for the week ending November 13, 1909. Asselin, Pearl Anstrom, Agnes Blalrdel, Arthur Aubert. Henry Burch. Geo. Baasey, J. E. Cassman, Mr. Lawyer Cordner,' Joe Grose, J. A. Goodfellow. W. E. Horgan, Mr. and Mrs. Holland, Andrew M. Henn, Fred Hackeer, Herman F. Hetle. P.—3 Hein, Rudolph Johnson, C. Kent, Byron Leonard, Frank Law. May Leuthner, William Miller, Mrs. A. T. Meharry, Sam A. Olson, H. A. O'Donnell, Margaret—2 Radschwert, Edd. Roltunchik, John Robidou, Joe Reepsdorff, John A. Reko, W. F. Shaw, Mrs. Charlie Smith. H. M. Swab, Jessie Sampson, R. E. Sandstrorn, S. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Whidden, Gertrude A. Wehlitz, Lillian Welsh, Mrs. M. J. The above list will be held for ten days before being sent to the Dead Letter office at Washington. In calling for above letters, please say "advertised." AGATHA G. PATTERSON, P. M. Notice of Hearing Petition to Estab lish Heirship. State of North Dakota, County of Burleigh. (In County Court, before Hon. M. J. McKenzie, Judge. In the matter of the estate of Ben jamin F. McMillen, deceased. John L. Baker, petitioner, vs. Caro line A. McMillen, widow Leonl Mc Millen, Lena M. Wlndle and Liston McMillen, respondents. The state of North Dakota to the above named rsepondents, and all persons interested in the estate of Benjamin F. McMillen, deceased: Notice is hereby given that John L. Baker has filed In the county court of said county of Burleigh, a duly verified ipetition praying for a decr»-e establishing the right of succession to the estate of Benjamin F. McMil len, deceased, and tihat Thursday. tfo°. 23rd day of December, 1909 at 10. o'clock a. m., of said day, being a] day Of a regular term of this court, ito^wit: of the December term, A. D., 1909, in the county court room in the city of Bismarck, county of Burleleh. North Dakota, has been set bv order of this court as the time and nlace. for hearing said petition. At which said time and place any and all ner sons interested, may appear and show cause w*hy the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Dated at Blsmorck. North Dakota, this 17th day of November, 1909. By the Court: M. J. M'KENZIE. Judge of theam Judge of the Countv Court. COCHRANE AND BRADLEY, Attorneys for Petetioners. He Who Laughs Last, Etc The old colored man bad climbed Into the dentist's chair of torture. "Shall I give you laughing gas. un cle?' queried the tooth carpenter. "Not till after de toof am out boss." replied fbe old man. "Reckon mebby Ah'!! fee! mo' lake laffin' den."—Chi cago News. Inconsistent. •Tour pictures are inconsistent." -Why?" "You illustrare this hobo joke with a •rash 6mwing."—Kansas City Times. Winter finds out what summer layt Ixp.- ••i1«»rson. CONSIGN YOUR GRAIN TO ^ffljfflPMWffiiii' TfUUM SEVEN Th Markets Live Stock. St. Paul, Nov. 17.—Cattle 5,300 steady unchanged. Hogs—3,800 10 cents lower range 7.60 to 7.90 bulk 7.70 to 7.75. Sheep—7,000 steady to 10 cents lower sheep 1.00 to 5.50 lambs 3.00 to 7.00. Chicago, Nov. 17.—Cattle 17,000 market steady to strong steers 5.60 to 9.10 cows 3.50 to 4.75 heifers 3.00 to 6.00 bulls 3.00 to 4.75 calves 3.00 to 8.25 stockers and feeders 3.75 to 5.25. Hogs—28,000 market strong to 5 cents higher choice heavy 8.10 to 8.20 butchers 8.05 to 8.15 light mix ed 7.80 to 7.90 choice light 7.90 to 8.00 packing 8.00 to 8.10 pigs 6.00 to 7.60 bulk of sales 7.90 to 8.10. Sheep—30,000 market 10 to 25 cents lower sheep 4.00 to 5.75 lambs 6.50 to 7.50 yearlings 5.00 to 6.65. Chicago, Nov. 17.—Close—Wheat Dec. 1.06% May 1.04% July 96%. Corn—Dec. 60 May 61% to July 60% Sept. 60%. Oats—Dec. 39% to May 441% July 39%. Minneapolis, Nov. 17.—Close— Wheat—Dec. 1.03% May 1.04% Cash No. 1 hard 1.06% to No. 1 north ern 1.05% to 1.06% No. 2 northern 1.03% to 1.04% No. 3 northern 1.01% to 1.03%. Duluth, Nov. 17.—Close—Wheat No. 1 hard on track 1.06% to arrive No. 1 northern 1.00% No. 2 north ern 1.04% on track No. 1 northern 1.06% No. 2 northern 1.04% Nov. 1.05% Dec. 1.02% May 1.04%. Durum on track—No. 1 90% No. 2 88 Nov. 88 Dec. 86 May 89. Flax to arrive and on track 1.84% Nov. 1.82% Dec. 1.78% May 1.80. Oats—To arrive and on track 38%. New York, Nov. 17.—Money on call firm 4% to 5 per cent ruling rate 4% closing bid 4% offered at 5. Time loans easy sixty days 5 to per cent ninety days 4% to 5 six months 4% to per cent. WARNING. •No hunting of trespassing will foe allowed in NE and N half of SE quarter of section 20, township 138. •range 8. G. HUBER. Sorority Chocolates the best in the land. Cowan's Drug Store. Marfield-Tearse Company GRAIN Consigned Grain Onr Specialty Correspondence Invited MINNEAPOLIS MILWAUKEE DULUTH CHICAGO Address all correspondence to Minneapolis office, S Chamber of Commerce THE CUANE5T THE MOST THE UGhTESr jtororttgChocolates O TOWER OXAPIAM Loomis-Benson Company GRAIN COMMISSION References— First National Bank or The best way is to ship us and we will show what we can do cor MINNEAPOLIS Any Commercial Agency. COMFORlABlf POMMEL SUCKER and cheapest in the end because it wears longest •322/ EVEKYGARMEXT GUARANTEED WATERPROOF USA. Branches at Duluth, Milwaukee and Chicago The Last Word in Candy The brand new confection that has made such a hit everywhere. Chocolate, the richest, snappiest -cream-c*aters. the Stoat satis tying. Sorority Chocolates are pure—always bean, tempting acd gratifying to the datetiest teals* Sold la beautiful craftsmanship boxes-60c the pound. At our «'"re. J. G. Cowan & Co* Goodness N matter what de licious candy you have eaten before —you are sure to pronounce S it Chocolates— •Taylor-Made— the ertamef anon chocolates. .,,- .,,_ -—.--v! t. «.•••.— •h "9-