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4 FtMALF HELP WANTED. L\Y liADY—Can easily- make from IlpO to $25.00 per week -working for me quietly In her own home lo cality. This Is a bona fide offer one iwhich will ipay you to investi gate, even if you can only spare two, hours per day. No investment required. Turn your spare time in to jmoney. Write me at once (or particulars. Address Mary B. Tay •m lor, Box 30, Woman's Building, Joi ~Wi letlilliinols. ^VABBTBD—A girl for general house wofk. Highest wages paid. Phone 6M. Mrs. David T. Owens, 618 Sijth street. HISTORICAL. WANTED—You to send us Pioneer Letters, Stories, Diaries, old hooks 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. Sf ADVERTISING. IflTANT ADS IN THE TRIBUNE WILL BRINO 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 phasls it may be declared that "if you want results, use the Bismarck Tribune "Want" column. WANTED—AGENTS AGENTS WANTED—«Ve want good salesmen to sell our whips to the trade in North Dakota. Get our proposition. Address, The Darts Whip Co., Tippecanoe City, Miami county, Ohio. ARTISTIC PRINTING. PRINTING—The Bismarck Tribune ©ays 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 distinctive. The character of the man and the bust- ness in this up-to-date age la Indicated by the stationery used. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—At a bargain, two separ ate gasoline lighting plants. Write Wolbert Hardware Co., Bismarck, N. D. LEAEJN the Grain Commission busi ness. The hours are short, the salary good and the opportunities for advancement unlimited. Write for particulars. P. B. Carr, Cham ber of Commerce, Minneapolis. WANTED—To buy old second hand wagon. George Ward, Banner House. WANTED—ROOMS WANTED—Unfurnished 'room In a modem house. Phone 881i. FOR SALE— H0U8E8. FOR SALE—Six room modern house on Eighth street. Electric lights, toilet and hard wood floors. Inquire of D. M. Slattery. FOR SALE,—House and four lots, corner property, beautifully located, south of tracks. New buildings. A. bargain if taken now. Phone 552J. FOR SALE O EXCHANGE—Pianos. New Automatic Player Piano, to ex change for your old one. Terms on balance. See Paul E. Johnson, Piano Store, 111 Third street. Try The Tribune Want Columns. 0. W. WOLBERT HARDW. CO., Agents, Main Street, Bismarck, N. Dak. Popular Classified Wants! Advertisement! under this head win be laserted for ONE CENT A WORD first Insertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WORD each consecutive Insertion, If paid in tdvaaeei) No publica tion for lees ths* lBc Cash most accompany oat o! town or ders. Advertisements la these col umns having letters or numbers MUST he answered through cor respond! SPECIAL NOTICE—When pos sible, in advise advertisers in this department to- specify to advance and number of times an advertleemeat Is to mm. MAGAZINES. The PacllM Monthly of Portland, Oregon, Is at boaatlfaUy illustrated monthly masjssino. yon are inter ested in dairying, trait raising,, poul try raising, or want to know about irrigated lands. Umber lands, or free government land open to homesetead entry, the Pacific Monthly will give you fall information. The price is $1.50 a year. If yon will send 15 cents in stamps, three late issues will be aent you so that you may become acquainted with It Read the following splendid offers: Offer No. 1—Hectare's Magasine, Woman's Homo Companion and The Pacific Monthly, costing $4.50, will be sent at a special rata of $3.00. Otter No. 2—Mctfure's Magazine, Review of Reviews and the Pacific Monthly, costing ff.40, will be sent for $5.60. Offer No. S—Human Life, Ideal homes and The Pacific Monthly will be sent for lift Order njr atnioer end send your order accompanied by postal money Order for the amount to Ahe Pacific Monthly. Portland, Oregon. WANTED—SALESMAN SALESMAN WANTED—To call on Physicians. Established trade. An exceptional opportunity is offered for Immediate work. State age and and experience. Lock Box 121, Philadelphia. CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED—Ex perience unnecessary. Sell our brands to the retail trade. (Big pay. Write for full particulars at once. Globe Cigar Co., Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED—Salesmen for high grade Investment securities by responsible concern selling securities only in properties controlled and operated by them. Correspondence will be held strictly connaential. State age and experience. Address S. A. Chase, 706 Marquette Bldg., Chi cago, ni. New state laws recently passed, have increased sales of products among merchants, farmers, manufacturers, schools, etc., of an old established manufacturing corporation to such an extent that it necessitates open ing a distributing office in new ter ritory. We desire resident sales manager well acquainted, of good character, who can superintend sales, deliveries, advertising, collec tions, etc., with $600 to $1,000, to carry enough stock to fill orders Salary $90 to $135 monthly, extra commissions, office and other ex penses position permanent refer ences required. W. S. Thayer, N. W. Soles Mgr., Suite 400 National Bank Commerce building, Minneap olis. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE—Good homestead relin quishment near Bismarck. Address Homesteader. Look Box 437. O N E O O A N I want $25,000worth of First Mortgage Farm Loans at once. None but applications on improved farm lands will be accepted. Call or write D. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. FOR RENT—ROOMS. 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 room, mod ern. 516 Ninth street. FOR RENT—A furnished, modern room, suitable for two. 312 Eighth street Phone 346L. FOR RENT—Rooms in Dakota Blk. Phone 303. FOR 'RENT—Rooms in strictly mod ern house with or without board. 415 Third street. Phone 589K. Modern rooms and board at Dunrav en Place, 212 Third street. FOR RENT—'Furnished rooms, mod ern house, with board. Phone 325- R. 313 Fourth street. FOR IRBNT—Large furnished room in modern house. Mrs. Agnes McDon ald, 406 Third street. FOR RENT—Modern cozy room, for one or two gentlemen one block from Grand Pacific Motel, with pri vate family. Rent reasonable, best reference. Phone 267. FOR RENT—Pleasant room in mod ern house. Mrs. Wm. Laist, 405 Fifth street. Phone 10. LOST. LOST—-Gold Sorority Pin, heart shape, pearl settings. Finder re turn to Ray Nichols, 115 Fourth street. FOR SALE—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Columbia Phonograph and 30 records, for $10. Phone 231. FOR SALE—Or will rent, grocery and meat market, carrying stock of general merchandise, also liv ery and feed stable. Good busi ness. Reason for selling, wife's health very poor and am compelled to move. Parties interested may write or call on D. E. Thompson, MioKenzie, IN. D. FOR SALE OR RENT FOR SALE OR RENT—Cary safe, 2, 400 pounds. D. T. Owens, Tribune building. FOR SALE—Typewriters. 1 Smith Premier, fine shape thirty-five dollars 1 Oliver, cheap, twenty seven dollars 1 Underwood, new, forty-five dollars. Write George A. Kensal, Bismarck, N. D. These machines must go at once. FOR EXCHANGE. WtAlNTED—Half section of good land in exchange for a complete stock of clothing and gent's furnishings. Stock will invoice about $4,000. J. S. Knauss. Bismarck, (N. D. FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR SALE OR TRADE—For Bis marck property, two A-l home stead relinquishments, one-half section each. Good water 10 miles from good town on new Milwau kee railroad, in eastern Montana. Address 28 G. L., Richardton, N. LEGAL NOTICES. (First publication Feb. 2) NOTIC E O MORTGAGE SALE Notice is hereby given that that cer tain mortgage, executed and deliver ed by Em.il Jauihola and Annia Jau hofla, his wife, 'mortgagors, to E. J. Curtin, mortgagee, dated the 5tfli day of April, 1909, and filed for record in the office of the register of deads in and for Burleigh county, North. Da kota, on the 6th day of April, 1909, and! recorded in Book "30" of Mort gage (Deeds, at page 248, will foe fore closed by a sale of the premises in sudh mortgage and hereinafter de starilbed, at the front door of the court house In tfhe city of Bismarck, county of Burleigh and' state of Noruh Dako ta, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., on the 12th day of March, 1910, to satisfy tlhe amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mortgage and wM:h will be sold to sat isfy the same are described as fol lows: The north half of the northwest quarter of section iNo. twenty, (20), in township No. one hundred forty one (141), of range No. seventy-six (76), west of the 5th P. M., contain ing 80 acres more or less, alcoording to government survey. There will be due on suoh mort gage at tlhe date of sale, the sum of $569.67, besides taxes, if any. Dated at Bismarck, X. D., Febru ary 1, 1910. E. J. CURTIN, I I A OAIL TRIBUNE WEDNESDA MORNING, FEBRUAR 23, 1910. Mortgagee. OOCHRIA/NE & BRADLEY, Attorneys for said Mortgagee. Bismarck, N. D, The Retort Courteous. "Camp Meeting" John Allen was a famous Methodist preacher and reviv alist of the old days down in Maine, and, like most successful pulpit ora tors, his sense of humor was equal to his gift of speech. It is recalled by the Boston Journal that on one occasion the old gentle man's wife was getting into a carriage, and he neglected to assist her. "You are not as gallant John, as when you were a boy!" she exclaimed In gentle rebuke. "No." was his ready response, "and you are not as buoyant as when you were a sal!" No Grain Market Legal Holiday. Live tHocfc. St. Paul, Feb. 22.—Cattle 700 mar ket steady and unchanged. Hogs—4,000 market steady range 8.95 to 9.20 bulk 9.05 to 9.10. Sheep—1,500 market steady sheep 1.00 to 8.00 lambs 5.00 to 8.65. SOLVING A PROBLEM. The Green Country Brakeman Who In troduced the "Saw By." Many years ago a green country bo applied to the superintendent of a western railway for work and, some what against the superintendent's wish, on account of the danger to life and limb attendant upon such occupa tion, was given a place as brakeman of a freight train. On one of his first trips it happened that his train met another freight train at a station where the sidetrack was not long enough to accommodate either of them. The conductors were debating which train should back up to a point where they could pass when the new band ventured to suggest that neither should back that they could pass each other by means of the short sidetrack if the thing was managed right The idea excited a good deal of laughter on the part of the old train men, but the boy stood his ground. "Well, bow would you go about it?" asked one of the conductors, confident that the lad would soon find himself against a stump. The boy took up a stick and traced In the sand a diagram to illustrate bis plan. "Good gracious!" said the conductor. "I believe that will do It!" And it did do it. Today every train man in America probably knows how to "saw by" two long trains on a short sidetrack, but it is not so generally known that the thing was never done until an inexperienced country boy who became the manager of a great railway line worked out the problem for himself. Ths Color of Water. The waters of the seas, lakes, rivers and streams In general are very often colored. For instance, the water of the Mediterranean sea is not colorless, but green-blue also there is a brilliant red river in South America. The St. Lawrence, In Canada, is pale green and the Ottawa golden brown. Where these two rivers meet quite frequently whole broad patches remain unmixed. Here is a gold patch and there a green one. Otherwise than this water re flects the colors of its surroundings, and a so called "Emerald pool" in the White mountains is green because the birches on Its borders in early summer are brilliant green. The Blue grotto, in Capri. Italy, shows a remarkably rich color, near to green-blue, because all the light received iu that grotto comes through the water at its en trance, and. as has been said, the Med iterranean is green-blue The water of the geysers In the Yellowstone park are also colored by natural mineral dyes. You can dye your own glass of water by apiece of the bloodroot plant. Try it. That will be a vegetable dye.— §t. Nicholas. The Thirteenor. A nervous little man stepped briskly into Euclid avenue jewelry store the other morning with a medium sized clock under bis wing, says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. He placed the chronometer on the counter, turn ed the hands around to about one min ute of 12 o'clock and told the expert behind the counter tc listen. "It keeps perfect time," the customer said, "but I want to find out if you notice any thing wrong with the way it strikes." The jeweler listened. "There's noth ing wrong." he replied, with a grin, after the clock had struck, "except that she strikes thirteen instead of twelve. That can easily be remedied." The customer looked as relieved as if he'd just awakened from a bad dream. "That's just what I've always thought ever since we've had the clock." he burst forth. "I've always felt sure it struck thirteen. But no one else in the family ever spoke of It. and I was afraid to say anything about it fo« fear there was something wrong with my own worKs. Well, It's worth the price of having the thing repaired just to find out I was right-" A Family Affair. Casey's wife was at the hospital, where she had undergone a serious op eration a few days before. Mrs. Kelley called to inquire as to Mrs. Casey's condition. "Is she restin* quietly?" Mrs. Kel ley asked. "No. but I am." said Casey.—Ex change. SHIP For best results and careful attention to CARGILLCOMMISSION COMPANY Minneapolis and Duluth IN FRON OF OUR LIVERY STABLE you can nearly always nee a rig getting ready to start out. We iwill send one any distance, for any purpose, at any time. W E ANSWE AL CALLS PROMPTLY. and will be glad to serve you in any -way in which a rig is re quired. One usual feature of our business is taking invalids out for a drive at a regular hour euih day. We mention it as an il!uftration of the many cer vices we stand ready to ren der Charles WhiteftSon 116 2d St. Phone 105 [. FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBALMER IOO A O N I O Main A Third St., Bismarck P. C. Remington, E- P, Quain. President Vice Presidem '. A.Graham, Cashie' City National Bank Capital, $50,000,00 E N E A BANKIN Money to Loan on Farm Land Interest Paid on Time Oepos'ts and Savings Accounts Day MOM—SO Night Pboie-543 65 Licensed Embilner in Charge Webb Bros. Mai Strwet b« .-*-.- SLATTERY, GUNNftGO Wholesale and Retail GROCERIES Dealert In Coai, Wood, Ice and Grain Comer Third and Broadway BISMARCK, N. DAK, Try Tribun Want Columns, Central Time Dickinson Dickinson Beach Mountain Time SEVEN Railway Time Table NORTHERN PACIFIC. WESTBOUND I 1 I 3 T~5~T~"7 I 16 a I am St. Paul Il 00 11 00 SO a 6 07 Minneapolis 9 15 0 40 111 85 I 6 28 Fargo Mapleton Casselton Wheatland Valley City amestown .Ar 10 15 10 45 a 6 50 8 80 08 4 15 6 7 6r 8 14 8 89 9 48 0 4 7 i'3'9 i'ii 8 00 8 45 6 50 I am amestown .Lv Medina Dawson Steele Driscoll Sterling ., McKcnzie Burleigh 10 00 a 10 051'11 I 11 am 40 8 05 8 50 0 66 18 68 1 86 1 61 8 10 8 17 49 •8 69 8 241*1268 •I.- Bismarck 10 45 I "Mountain1 ra a 11 35 a 9 35| 1 06 8 S* time west—one hour "Central" time. Mandan Judson New Salem. Sims Aimont Glenullen Hebron Richardton Taylor Gladstone earlier that. I 10 10 a 11 00 9 00 A 12 30 1 10 1 85 1 38 1 48 8 18 8 88 5 06 3 16 3 36 Ip 4 00f.. 4 10 6 21 a 1 10 1 15 2 00 2 10 11 66 18 06 a am 3 80 Glendive 4 30 I a Billings 40 6 SO am Livingston 8 05} 3 40 7 65".. 12 05 a a a 10 341 3 10 I am 2 SOI 7 00 I ra Train No. 5 is annulled except 'between Glendive and 'Mandan. E A S BOUND. I 2 I 4 6 8 am a 1 561 3 56 5 05| 7 05 I a a Livingston Lv Billings Lv Dickinson Dickinson Gladstone a 7 10 8 10 11 00 11 35 a 7 00 a 11 05 11 15 11 40 Glendive Il 061 1 05 I ..A 2 50 ..L 3 00 6 30 a 4 50 6 00 Taylor Richardton Antelope Icbron Glenullen Aimont Sims New Salem Judson Mandan 10 15 10 25 12 02 12 161 •1226 13 51 1 15 1 48 2 00 9 16 2 80 am am I Jamestown Ar Jamestown Lv Valley City.. Wheatland Casselton Mapleton ...a.•p 3 10 6 20 8 20 1 40| "Mountain" time west—one hour earlier "Central" time. than am 3 07 4 37 Bismarck I 7 45 Burleigh I McKeiuic Sterling Driscoll Steele Dawson Medina a 9 45 12 Os •1240 18 60 1 01 1 16 1 31 1 60 2 36 in 3 50 5 30 6 42 7 5t 8 08 *8 25 I rr. 0(1 I r, 50 I 7 25 '6 65 •6-45 I am I 6 001 7 55 0 161 8 10 10 28 10 33 12 28 12 33 I 0 l.r 8io|i6"36 in Fargo Minneapolis St. Paul am 9 30|11 20|10 I a ni 0 051 7 10I 5 35I 7 40 1 12! 3 12 am 7 3C 9 30 7 55|l0 00 LINTON BRANCH. in Mixed Except Sunday. Lv.. Lv.. I'.ismarck Ar Mclvenzie Ar I'urilick Moffit Iicssoba Hazelton •Stop on signal. Brofy Linton ..L I 7 .i Train No. 6 Is annulled, except between Mandan and Glendive. ,$ «$i «g ,5, ,*• •$, .*« «J. W A E Dray and Transfer Co. Dealers A W O O a I Dray* furnished for all purposes DRA» STORAGE G. C. WACHTER PHONI %t BISMARCK. 1 •+.++++*++++*+**+»»+++*++**'*»++'*++ Hail Bond Tornado INSURANCE IN OLD LINF COMPANIES P. C. RbMIHGTON. Agent Office at Merchant* State Hunk TELEPHONE 256 CATARRH^ II1LIB.TJ.T1V OFTHf l-.UlfJVM BLADDER I Relieved in 24 Hours! CAPSULES Each Cap- ante bears the (M|QY) a Beware of counterfeits mterfeitg fit*****/ tli* Boast of Wsce. Wneo la the Boston of Texas—a eov and university city, a city of cul ture and learning, a city of wealth and comfort Houston claims to be the New York, and Fort Worth the Kansas City, and Dallas the Chicago of Texas. Waco has quit claiming to the Athens of Texas. It has got beyond that, and Is new the Boston of this commonwealth.