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8ale of Land. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned executor and executrix the estate of Francis H. Earl, de ceased, will sell at private sale to the highest bidder, for casfo, on Saturday, the 27th day of November, 1909, at 2 o'clock p. m., subject to con firmation by the judgo of the county court of Burleigh county, North Da kota, the following described real es tate, situated in the state of North Dakota, to-wit: The east half of section 27, in township 143 north, of range 78 west of the 5th principal meridian. Executor and Executrix, respectively, of the Last Will and Testament of Francis H. Earl, Deceased. JOHN F. FORT, V'i': .'."•. All of section 25 in township 143 north, of range 78 west of the 5th principal meridian, and The west half of section 19, in town ship 143 north, of range 77 west of the 5th principal meridian and All of section 7, In township 140 north, of range 95 west of the 5th principal meridian. All bids must be In writing and left at the office of John F. Fort, attorney, in the city of Bismarck, Burleigh county, North Dakota. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Dated this 1st dav of November, 1909. WILLIAM H. EARL and ANN O'LEARY, Atty. for Executor and Executrix, Bismarck, N. D. (First publication Nov. 9.) Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Jacob Pfau, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, Margaret Pfau, adminis tratrix of the estate of Jaicob Pfau, late of the- town of Wilton, in the county of McLean and State of. North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouches, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to said administratrix, at Wilton, in the said county of Mc Lean, or at the office of John F. Phll brick, in the city of Bismarck, N. D. Dated November 8, 1909. MARGARET PFAU, Administratrix. FOR BALE. My grocery and meat market with fixtures belonging to the 'business, or will rent fixtures, as party may desire. 1 want to retire on account of ill health. To the right party and for the right party it is a good, pay ing business, being the best estab lished grocery and meat market in the state. Rent of store -would be reasonable for one year or more. Lo cation the very best in the city. Have on hand 300 head of steers, '250 sheep and 200 hogs, •which I am grain fat tening for my winter business. Said stock does not need to be bought un less parties desire it, as I will ship to eastern markets. Have also on hand and contracted for, a large Quantity «3f corn. '•'J• '. GEORGE GUSSNER, Bismarck. N. D. All Linen Pattern Cloths $1.89 All -pure linen 70 in. by 70 in. table cloth. Regular price $2.75. On sale $ 1 8 9 $L?5 Price I Jii*t Price &$^ ti^-v^Priqe LINCOLN TRIED IT. And That Ended the Naval Bweatbtx Punishment. On one oi Mr. Lincoln's. excursions to Fortress Monroe on the steamer Hartford in 1863 his attention was di rected to a narrow door bound with Iron, the use of which be was anxious to learn. "What Is tbisr he asked. "Oh. that is the sweatbox," was the reply. "It is used for refractory and insubordinate seamen. A man in there is subjected to steam beat and has very little ventilation., It generally brings him to terms very quickly." President Lincoln's curiosity was aroused. "This." he said to himself, "is treatment to which thousands of American seameu are probably sub jected every year. Let me try it for myself and see what It really is." Taking off bis bat. for be was sever al inches over six feet in height, he en tered the inclosure. which he found to be little more than three feet in length or width. He gave orders that at a signal from himself the door should be immediately opened. It was then closed and the steam turned on. He had been inside hardly three min utes before the signal was given. Pres ident Lincoln had experienced enough of what was then regarded as neces sary punishment for American seamen. There was very little ventilation, and the short exposure to the hot and hu mid air bad almost suffocated him. Turning to Secretary Welles of tbe navy department, the president ordered that no such inclosure as the sweatbox should ever after be allowed on any vessel flying the American flag. It was not an hour after this order had been given before every sailor on every ship in Hampton Roads bad heard of it The effect -was most re markable on the older sailors, many of whom had themselves experienced the punishment of the sweatbox. Some of them wept from Joy. But the good results of this act of President Lincoln were not confined to the American navy. Great Britain. France. Germany and other European countries beard that the sweatbox had been abolished in America as inhuman. One and all of these nations in turn fell into line, and today the sweatbox Is not to be found on any vessel flying the flag fa civilized nation through out the world. Much Mlxad. Some of tbe passengers were wait ing at a way station In Vermont for the train to Burlington, says tbe Sat urday Evening Post "What kind of a train is that?' ask ed one of them of tbe busy station master. "Ob, freight and passenger togeth er." "Mixed, en?' "Worse than that" said the station master. "It's what you might call scrambled." Lunch Cloths All pure litien cloths, good patterns, hemstitched and drawn work borders. 90c values, size 32 inch by 32 inch. Thanksgiving Sale jT $1.00 values, size 32 inch by 32 inch. Thanksgiving Sale $1.25 values, size 34. inch by 34 inch. iThaiASgiyin^^ye Price ^.-4-r"- ,-rr-r—- $1.50 values, size 34 inch by 34 inck Thanksgiving Sa Price by 34 ii Thanksgiving Sale ,25 values, s1?e inch by 36 inch. Thanksgiving Sale A $3 50 values, size 44 inch by 44 mch Thanksgiving Sale f% fJPk Price 75c 98c 1.1 2 Finally one of the younger negroes rose up and inquired. "Say, pabsoc, wuz dem lions jest like tbe kind bas now?" "Cose not. cose not." retorted the preacher, irritated at having bis dis course interrupted. "Dey was B. C, meaning befo' circuses." The explanation was sufficient and satisfactory.—Buffalo Commercial. Thanksgiving Sale BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, tUEftDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1W9. THE THREE METHVEN SISTERS NOVELTY SINGING ACT AT THE GEM J»OAY. Daniel and the Lions. 'An old negro preacher in Kentucky was dilating upon events in tbe Bible which had a zoological trend. He de scribed the deluge and bow all tbe ani mals, two by two, went into the ark and were saved. Then he discussed the Incident of Jonab and tbe whale. Balaam's ass and finally the exploit of Daniel, who entered tbe den of raven ing lions and emerged unharmed. His auditors listened with interest, and some of them seemed to have their doubts as to tbe authenticity of the tales. Saves Trouble. "After all. it is »in advantage to have sophisticated husband." "In what way?" "Well, it isn't necessary to waste time hunting through his pockets at night."—Chicago Record-Herald. The Sacrifice. "A Kentucky couple." said Mrs. Simpkins, "goi married a few days ago after a courtship which bad lasted fifty years." "I suppose." replied Mr. Simpkins, "tbe poor old man had become too fee ble to hold out any longer."—Chicago Record-Herald. Hopeful. Miss Oldgirl—Now. what do you think of the theory that Methuselah was really not as old as report said be was? Mr. Frank—I think it is very en couraging. Miss Oldgirl. Baltimore American. WEBB BROS. DEPT. STOR E 315 to 323 Main St. Bismarck, N. D. Great Bargains at Our Annual Thanksgiving Linen Sale When your friends dine with you, will you not need new table Linen? We know our linens are re= liable, because only reliable mills have made them lor us. Those we sell you will stand the wear of washing and retain their good appearance. Shop in morning when possible. Table Damask and Napkins to Match This sale includes all prices ranging from $1.25 to $2.25 per yard for damask and $3.50 to $6 .5-0 per dozen for napkins. No better values £o be had anywnere at the regular prices and the discount on this sale puts them in a class where it is money lost to you if you don't buy during this sale. A E A I N E AND LOO OVE E S E PRICE S 72 Inch All Pure Linen Damask, regular price $1.25 per yard, Thanksgiving Sale Price Napkins to match, regular $3.50. This sale per dozen only i.. 72 Inch"Warranted All Linen, regular price $1.65 per yard Napkins to match, regular price $5.00. This sale per 72Inch\ Warranted All Linen, regular price $1.75 per .yard. Thanksgiving Sale Price ______ Napkins to match,-regular price $5,00. This sile per '.^^^dozen.: .^... ,:.. .....,.^^..^—L—~^ 72 in. warranted all linen regular price $2 per yard. Thanksgiv- -J 4LQ ingsale price....... ... O O Napkins to match, regular 15.50. This sale per dor. 4.65 1.0 5 2.95 1.40 4.15 1.45 4.10 72 in warranted all linen, regular price 2.25 per yd. Thanks- QQ giving sale price. 1 0 0 Napkins to match, regular 96.50 This sale per dot. fim&^:'mt. 5.50 S a a Mothers I Don't fail to procure Mrn. Win dow's Soothing Syrup for your child ren while cutting teeth. It sooths the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty five cent a bottle. Ask Hoskins to show you a box of Niles Chocolates. All "Electric" Lamps and Shades are being sold bv Wolbert Hardware Co. for haK price to close out the stock. Try The Tribune Want Columns. Now Is the Time to buy your LUMBE for your fall building. W have ALL that goe8 with the Lumber Business: Quantity Quality and Right Prices and a square deal all the time Do not fail to call on US before placing your order. North Star LumberCompany W. E. Gleason, Mgr. 66 in. all Linen Cream Damask, 75 cent quality. Thanksgiving Sale Price per yard 64 in. Mercerized Damask, usually good value, 75c Thanksgiving Sale Price per yard 70 in. all linen bleached Damask, regular 75c qual. 'Thanksgiving Sale Price per yard 70 in. all linene bleached damask, regular $1 qual. Thanksgiving Sale Price per yard __ Od Napkins All Linen Good Values $1.25 and $1.35 regular price during this sale per dozen $ 1.06 $2.50 regular price during this sale per dozen- $ 1 9 8 THREE N. P. TIME CARD. West Bound. No. 1 10:45 p. m. No. 3 11:35 a.m. No. 5 9:35 p.m. No. 7 1:05 p.m No. 15 3:20 a. no. (To Mandan only.) East Bound. No. 2 7:45 p. m. No. 4 9:45 a.m. No. 6 3:07 a. m. No. 8 4:37 p. m. No. 16 12:05 p. m. Niles Chocolates are the highest grade. Absolutely pure and fresh. If you havn't tried Niles Chocolates yet, try them. There is nothing bet ter. At Hoskins. Points of value in Vassar Union Suits. Seams made right Cuffs on sleeves and Legs prevents creeping. Fits like a glove. Price within reach of all. See them at R. L. BEST&CO. Lunch Cloths and Tray Cloths not mentioned elsewhere in this ad at a discount of 20 Table Damask 64 in.JAU Linen Cream Damask, 69 cent quality Thanksgiving Sale Price per yard __ Per Cent 49c 55c 55c 55c 76c rlX*~ $ .'*•*.