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FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED—A good girl to wash, iron and assist the cook. Apply to Mrs. C. Little. Phone 72. WANTED—A good girl for general housework. Good wages. Mrs. D. M. Slattery, 508 Eighth street. WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework. Apply Mrs. N. O. Jtamstad, 400 iSixth street. WANTED—Man and wife, or a girl, for general housework, and three or four men for farm work. Address I. L. (Scroggins, Braddock, !N. P. WAlNTBD-^Chocolate clipper girl kho is experienced, or one who is will ing to learn. Aipply at Richholt's, in new City National Bank building. MISCELLANEOUS FOR 8AI.E—At a bargain, two separ ate gasoline lighting plants. Write Wolbert Hardware Co., Bismarck, N. D. LEARJN 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 Commence, Minneapolis. WANTED AT ONCE—Two good, ex perienced insurance solicitors, on salary, covering all branches of the business. Must be able to produce a reasonable amount of Life and Accident business per month. One to take charge of our insurance department at our Minot, N. D., oftlce, and one for Washburn office. Salary payalble monthly and will contract for year if you deliver the goods. Must furnish bond. G. O.Monthly, Raugust, General Insurance Agen cy Washburn, iN. D. PHYtSUOIAN WIANTED—One who is tired of general family practice, to open a Neal Institute In this state for the cure of the drink habit in three days, without hypodermic In jections, a late formula that is a wonderful improvement In every way over all other treatments. We will sell or lease the territory of this state and furnish the treatment upon a a royalty basis. A physician with a few thousand dollars can open an institute, make big money from the start and have a fine, permanent Institute practice. We give the doctor every assistance in opening and operating the Insti tute successfully. For further par ticulars and terms, call on, or write State Senator James E. Bruce, Treasurer, Neal Institute Company, Atlantic, Iowa. FOR SALE—Miscellaneous 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, MioKengle, IN. D. FOR SALE OR TRADE. FOR ©ALE OR TRADE—For Bis marck property, bwo 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., Rlchardton, N. D. FOR SALE—Or "will trade, for good quarter section of Burleigh or Mor ton county land, 5 passenger, 4 cyl inder, 1909 touring oar, full equpped and In Al condition. Address Box I 342, Mandan, N. D. WANTED—SALESMAN SALESMAN WANTED—TO can 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, 111. BUSINESS CHANCES. Have Ibeen supplying ourproducts from factory to users for several years. We desire local representative with $600 to $1,000 cash, carrying suffi cient stock to supply the demands created. Salary $125 to $150 month ly, extra commission office and other expenses allowed. Position permanent references. "Liberty" Mfg. Association, Chicago. Address William Sturgis Thayer, N. W. Sales Agent, 400 National Bank of Commerce BMg., Minneapolis, Minn. FOR SALE—Grocery and Confection er with good building and lot. Lo cated In one of the best towns in western North Dakota. Will sell or trade for land in western North Xakota. Address S, care Tribune. Popular Classified Wants! Advertisements under this head will b» inserted for ONE CENT A WORD first Insertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WORD each consecutive insertion, if paid in %dvanca.) No publica tion for less than 15c. Cash must accompany out of town or ders. Advertisements In these col umns having letters or numbers MUST be answered through cor respondence. SPECIAL NOTICE—When pos sible, *e advise advertisers In this department to specify In advance and number of times an advertisement Is to ran. MAGAZINES. The Pacific Monthly of Portland, Oregon, is a beautifully illustrated monthly magazine. If you are inter ested in dairying, fruit raising^ poul try raising, or want to know about irrigated lands, timber lands, or free government land open to nomesetead entry, the Pacific Monthly will give you full Information. The price is 11.60 a year. If you will send cents in stamps, three late Issues will be sent you so that you may become acquainted with it. Read the following splendid offers: Offer No. 1—McClure's Magazine, Woman's Home Companion and The Pacific Monthly, costing $4.50, will be sent at a special rate of $3.00. Offer No. 2—McClure's Magazine, Review of Reviews and the Pacific costing $8.00, will be Bent for $3.60. Offer No. s—Human Life, Ideal homes and The Pacific Monthly will be sent for $2.0S. Order by number and send your order accompanied by postal money order for the amount to Abe .Pacific Monthly. Portland, Oregon. __ FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—10 room modern house, furnished or unfurnished. Apply 828 Sixth street. Mrs. W. C. Mor. ris. FOR RENT—Small house. Centrally located. Inquire 405 Fourth St. FOR RENT—Five room house, cor. ner Thayer and 12th street. In quire 428 Fifth street FOR RENT—(Five room cottage. In quire of Mrs. John White, 112 Avenue B. FOR SALE—HOUSES. FOR SALE—Six room modern house on Eighth street. Electric lights, toilet and hard wood floors. Inquire of D. M. Slattery. FOR SALE—5 room house, 26x28, and two lots. Apply Valentine Sedar, 121 Twelfth street, south of track. MAL I HELP* WANTED WANTED—A blacksmith. Address Ole J. Dahl, Driscoll, N. D. WANTED—AGENTS. AGENTS WANTED^-We want good salesmen to sell our whips to the trade in North Dakota. Get ourCERTIFICATE proposition. Address, The Davis Whip Co., Tippecanoe City, Miami county, Ohio. SALES AGENTS—For forced draft equipment for bollerplanta. Guar anteed territory. Commission bas is. Address Wing, 90 West street, New York City. ARTISTIC PRINTING. PRINTING—Ths 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 has 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. 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. P. 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 be declared that "If you want results, use the Bismarck Tribune "Want" column. FOR SALE OR RENT. FOR SALE OR RENT—Cary safe, 2, 400 pounds. D. T. Owens, Tribune building. FOR SALE—Piano*. A fine piano to trade for what I can use to better advantage. Describe what you have. P. O. Box 396. MONEY TO LOAN I want $25,000 worth of First Mortgage Farm Loans at once. None but applications on improved farm lands will be accepted. Call or write D. T. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. FOR RENT—ROOM8. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 400 Fourth street. 10-1-tf FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with board, at vasonable 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. Modern rooms and board at Dunrav en Place, 218 Third street FOR RENT—'Furnished rooms, mod ern house, with board. Phone 325- R. 313 Fourth street. __ FOR BENT—Modern cozy room, for one or two gentlemen one block from Grand Pacific (Hotel, 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—Pookettbook, containing $4.80. Finder please return to Tribune and receive reward. LEGAL NOTICES. (First publication Feb. 8.) SUMMONS. State of North Dakota, County of Burleigh, ss. In District Court, Sixth Judicial District. John Riggs, plaintiff, vs. J. R. Fer son, and all other persons unknown, claiming any estate or interest in or1.13 lien or incumbrance upon the property described in the complaint, defend ants. The State of North Dakota to the98% above named defendants: You and each of you are hereby sum moned to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint is hereto annexed, and herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscribers at their offices in the city of Bismarck, in said county and state, within thirty days after the service of this sum mons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the com plaint. Dated at Bismarck, iN. January 28, 1910. COCHRANE & BRADLEY, MtMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1910. Attorneys for Plaintiff. To the above named Defendants: You and each of you, will please take notice that the summons and complaint in the above entitled ac tion were filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of Burleigh county. 'North Dakota, on the 7th day of February. 19(10, and that this action is ibrought for the purpose of quieting title in this plaintiff to lots ten, elev en and twelve, (10, 11, & 12). in block nine (9), in (Sturgis addition to theble icity of Bismarck, Burleigh county, •North Dakota. COCHRANE & BRADLEY. Attorneys for Plaintiff. OF PARTNERSHIP. Please take notice that a partner ship known as the Bismarck Electric Company, has been organized, the purpose of which is to do general (contracting repairing and retailing supplies in the general electric busi ness and that the names in full of all the memlbers of the said partner ship and the place or residence of each is as follows: James Gorman, Fargo, N. D. Francis J. Gorman, Bismarck, N. D. Edward J. Gorman, Bismarck, N. D. Thomas J. Gorman, Bismarck, N. D. And that the principal place of business of the said Bismarck Elec tric Company is in the icity of Bis marck, county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota. Dated, February 16, 1910. JIAMES GORMAN, FRANCIS J. GORMAN, EDWARD J. GORMAN, THOMAS J. GORMAN. A Man of Straw. Many years ago in England men could easily be found to give any evi dence upou oatb tbat might be re quired, and some of these persons walked openly in Westminster hall with a straw in one of their shoes to signify they wanted employment as witnesses. This was theorigin of theAunt saying. "He is a man of straw." But the custom has high antiquity. A writer in 'he Quarterly Review says that such were common in Greece. The Perverse Comma. That curious and now stereotyped blunder of punctuation which gives us "God rest you. merry gentlemen." as an inferior substitute for tbe quaint old greeting. "God rest you merry, gentlemen." turns up regularly every Christmas. It is a pity for the ancient formula to be thus perverted since "God rest you merry" or "Rest you merry" was a recognized form of salutation in Elizabethan days aud may be found in tbe works of Shake speare and of many contemporary writers, while for the modernized form, which obscures the original sense of the phrase, there is, of course, no authority whatever, if any one will have tbe curiosity to look tip the old Christmas carol which begins with tbe words in question be will find them correctly punctuated. London World. Th Markets ijive (Hock. St. Paul, Feb. 28.—Cattle 900 mar ket generally strong steers 4.00 to 7.50 cows and heifeers 2.25 to 5.25 calves 2.50 to 7.50 stockers and feeders 2.75 to 6.00. Hogs—2,800 market 15 to 25 cents higher range 9.35 to 9.65 bulk 9.45 to 9.50. Sheep—4,000 market steady sheep 1.00 to 8.25 lambs 5.00 to 8.75. Chicago, Feb. 28.—Cattle 22.000 market strong to 10 cents higiher steers 5.30 to 8.10 cows 4.00 to 5.75 heifers 4.00 to 6.00 bulls 4.50 to 5.MP, calves 3.00 to $10 stockers and feed ers 3.50 to 5.25. Hogs—35,000 market 10 to Money. New York, Feb. 28.—Money on call easy 2%' to 3 per cent ruling rate 2% closing bid 2% offered at 3 per cent time loans firm and fairly ac tive sixty days 3% ninety days 3% to six months 3% to 4 per cent. Uraln. Minneapolis. Feb. 28.—Close— Wheat—May 1.14% to 1.15 July 1.15 cash No. 1 hard 1.15% to 1.17% No. 1 northern 1.15^4 to 1.16% No. 2 northern 1.13% to 1.14% No. 3 north ern 1.08% to 1.13 1-4. Chicago, Feb. 28.—Close—Wheat— May 1.15% July 1.08% Sept. 1.04%. Corn—May 66% July 66% to Sept. 68. Oats—May 47% July 44% Sept. 41%. Duluth, Feb. 28—Close—Wheat— On track No. 1 hard 1.16% on track and to arrive No. 1 northern 1.16 No. 2 northern 1.14 velvet chaff May 1.15% to bid July 1.15% to bid. Durum—On track, in store and to arrive No. 1 98% No. 2 96% May July 987s. Oats—46. FOR CONSTIPATION A MEDICINE THAT DOES NOT COST ANYTHING UNLESS IT GIVES SATISFACTORY RELIEF. If you suffer from1 constipation in any form whatever, acute or chronic, we will guarantee© to supply you medicine that we honestly believe will effect a permanent relief if taken with regularity and according to di rections for a reasonable length of time. Should the medicine fail to benefit you to your entire satisfaction we promise that it' shall cost you nothing. No other remedy can be compared with Rexall Orderlies for the easy, pleasant and successful treatment of constipation. The active medical ingredient of this remedy, which is odorless, is an absolutely new dtis covery. Combined with other valua ingredients, it forms a preparation which, is incomparable as a perfect bowel regulator and strengthened Rexall Orderlies are eaten like can dy, and are notable for their gentle, and agreeaible action. They do not cause griping or any disagreeable ef fect or inconvenience, and may be tak en at any time, day or night. We particularly recommend Rexall Orderlies for children and for delicate or aged persons, because they do not contain anything injurious. Unlike other preparations, they do not create a habit, but instead they overcome the habits acquired through the use of ordinary laxatives, cathartics, and harsh physic, and remove the causes of constipation or irregular bowel action that are not of surgical vari ety. ,We want you to try Rexall Order lies at our risk. We know of nothing that will do as much good. They are prepared in tablet form' in two sizes: 36 tablets, 25 cents and 12 tablets, 10 cents. Remember, you ican ob tain Rexall Remedies In Bismarck only at our store—The Rexall Store —Lenhart Drug Co. A Dr Johnson Story. Dr. Johnson had some ideas on edu cation, especially on that diversion known as "learning a piece by heart." One day Mrs. Gastrel set a little girl to repeat to him Cato's soliloquy, which she went through very correct ly. The doctor, after a pause, asked the child. "What was to bring Cato to an end?" She said it was a knife. "No, my dear, it was not so." "My Folly said it was a knife." "Why. Aunt Folly's knife may do. but it was a dagger, my dear." He then asked her the meaning of "bane" and "antidote." which she was unable to give. Mrs. Gastrel said. "You cannot expect so young a child to know the meaning of such words." He then said. "My dear, how many pence are there in sixpence?" "I cannot tell, sir," was the half terrified reply. On this^addressing himself to Mrs. Gas trel, he said. "Now. my dear lady, can anything be more ridiculous than to teacb a child Cato's soliloquy who does not know how many pence there are In sixpence?" CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Hare Always Bought Bears tbe Signature of A Thrust. "Ten thousand dollars for a dog!" he exclaimed us he looked up from his newspaper. "Do you believe any one ever paid any siu-h price, Maria?" "I'm sure I don't kuow, Junies." she returned without stopping her needle work even for a moment. "Does the paper say that much was paid?" "Yes. There's un article on valuable dogs, and it's speaking of one that was told for $10,000. 1 don't believe it." "It may be true, James." she said quietly. "Some of those high bred an imals bring fancy prices, aud there's no particular reason why the paper should He about it." "I know* that, Maria, but just think of it, just try to grasp the magnitude of that sum iu your weak feminine mind. You don't seem to realize it— 0 for a dog! Why. hang it. that's more than I'm worth!" "I know that. James, but some are worth more than others." 20$10,00, cents higher choice heavy 9.80 toMaria 9.95 butchers 9.75 to 9.90 light mix ed 9.70 to 9.75 choice light 9.75 to 9.85 packing 9.75 to 9.'85 pigs 9.20 to 9.50 bulk of sales 9.80 to 9.90. Sheep—17,000 market for sheep strong lambs weak sheep 6.25 toespecially 7.85 lambs 7.50 to 9.30 yearlings 7.25 to 8.50. She went on calmly with her sewing, while he fumed and spluttered for a moment and then dropped tbe subject, the weak feminine part of it Face of the Typical New Yorker. London is a friendless city enough, heaven knows, to those who are not able to conquer, but she seems to me mild, benignant even, in comparison with New York. The face of the Lon doner is very often overcast with the thought of how to get a living in theDriscoll keen competition of the people in tbat mighty capital, but the London face Is tranquillity embodied in comparison with the face of the typical New Yorker. Keen, hatchet shaped, anx ious, absorbed—such is the face you see everywhere around you. And this keenness of face is accompanied by a terrible spirit of self absorption. You seldom see people talk much while they are traveling in the elevated rail way or in the subway, as they call the underground train there—T. P. O'Con nor in London M. A. P. E. G. FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBALMER Phono IOO DA Of N I O P. C. Remington. Preeident VicePreiident I. A. Graham. Cashier E. Quiin. «Tr City National Bank Capital, $50,000.00 E N E A A N I N Money to Loan on Farm Land Interest Paid on Time Oepoa'U and Savings Aeeounts Day Phone—SO Night Pbo.e-543 65 Licensed Embilmer in Charge Webb Bros. Mai S root SLATTERY,OUNN & CO Wholesale end Retail GROCERIES Dealer* In Coai, Wood, Ice and Grain Corner Third and Broadway BISMARCK. N. DAK. ..Ar ..L •EVEN Headache "My father has been a sufferer from sick headache for the last twenty-five years and never found any relief until he began taking your Cascarets. Since he has begun taking Cascarets he has never had the headache. They have entirely cured him. Cascarets do what you recommend them to do. I will give you the privilege of using his name."—E. M. Dickson, ii2o Resiner St., VV. Indianapolis, Ind. Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Good. Never Sicken.lWeuken or Gripe. 10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The gen uine tablet stamped C. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. 825 Railway Time Table NORTHERN PACIFIC. WESTBOUND. 1 3 5 7 16 Central Time I I a in St. Paul Il 00 Minneapolis 25 a 11 00 0 1510 11 80 0 40 am 6 07 4 15 15 I Bismarck |10 4511 I 8 8 00 2 60 3 00 Taylor Richardton Antelope lebron Glenullen Almont Sims New Salem Judson Mandan "Mountain* Blsmarok Bismarck Burleigh McKenzie Sterling Driscoll Steele Dawson Medina Fargo Minneapolis St. Paul 2 30 3 45 4 05 4 20 4 25 5 10 5 45 ft 15' 3oa0 10 45 am 6 50 I bargo 5 28 Mapleton Casselton Wheatland Valley City... amestown .Ar at 5 er 6 47 7 3 9 8 14 8 29 9 43 8 45 a 6 50 amestown Lv 8 61 10 00 a 10 05| 11 IS air 40 8 05 8 50 Medina Dawson Steele Sterling McKenzie Burleigh 6 12 6% 1 SS 1 61 2 10 2 97 2 43 •2 S* '8 24 'IS62 am 35 "Mountain'' Mandan ... Tudson New Salem. Sims Aimont Glenullen Hebron Richardton Taylor Gladstone .. I 9 36 I 1 06 I 3 »o time west—one hour "Central" time. earlier thaw I 10 10 a 11 00 Dickinson Dickinson Beach I 12 30 9 00 ..Ar ..L 10 1 95 1 38 1 48 2 18 3 38 3 06 3 16 3 36 am 2 00 2 10 11 55 12 06 4 0 4 1 0 2 4 00f 4 10 0 21 an I Glendive 4 801 5 30 I a Billings |ll 40|12 05 a Livingston 2 051 3 40 a 3 20 a 7 5 a in 3 10 a 7 00 7 65} 10 241 2 501 Train No. 5 is annulled except 'between Glendive and Mandan. 4 EAST BOUND. I 2 I 4 T~6~rT~|~i a Mountain Time I' am 1 661 3 65 6 05| 7 0611 I a am I 1 05 am 4 50 5 00 am 7 10 00 Glendive |11 0 5 pm Dickinson Dickinson Gladstone 8 10 11 35 am 7 00 am 11 05 11 15 11 40 6 80 10 15 10 26 Lv, Ar'. "Stop on signal. 18 08 18 15 •1826 18 61 1 15 1 48 8 00 8 16 9 80 I a. 6 20 am a 8 20 1 40| S 10 time west—one hour earlier "Central" time, than pm 0a •1840 IS 50 1 Ot 1 15 1 31 1 60 2 38 a 9 45 am 3 07 7 45 4 3718 •5 65 6 45 I am 6 06 6 10 Jamestown Ar Jamestown .L Valley City.. Wheatland Casselton Mapleton 10 28 10 33 12 28 12 33 7 85 8 10 9 16 8 SO 6 30 6 49 7 6£ 8 OS 8 40 10 30 •8 25 rr. 10 00 am I a 1 12 a 7 30 3 12' 9 30|11 20 I a 9 30 5 051 7 10 pm 6 60 7 25 7 65)10 001 5 351 7 40 LINTON BRANCH. Mixed Except Sunday. a ,Ar .Ar 11 00 10 If 9 46 9 25 9 20 8 30 7 48 7 *S Moffit Hazelton Brofy Train No. 6 is annulled, except «f between Mandan and Glendive. «s» »j» WACHTER Dray and Transfer Go. Dealer* HAY. W O O and IC E Drays furnished for all purposes 0RA» STORAGE 6. C. WACHTER PHONE 6* I BISMARCK. Firea• tail Bond Tornado INSURANCE IN OLD LINE COMPANIES P. G. RtMINGTON. Agent Office at Merchants State Bank TELEPHONE 256 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take LAXATIVE DROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig nature is on each box. 25c.