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Saturday, October 15, 1910.
HELP WANTED—Male. WANTED—A waiter, en's cate. N. D. Apply at Coon- WANTED—Everybody to send for book, "Real Mining," and particu lars of the best mining proposition ever offered to the small investor. J. Gribbins, Bismarck, N. D. We have salesmen's positions open where you can earn good money with studying our course. Practical School of Salesmanship, Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED—Young man desires place to work for board while going to school. A. B. C. Tribune. FEMALE HELP WANTED. W A N E D—Competent teacher, dress N. J. H. Care Tribune. Ad- WANTED—Dishwasher at once Homan's cafe good wages. at WANTED—Girl at once three in family, good wageB. Mrs. O. H. Will, 710 4th street. WANTED—A good cook and genera) housemaid good wages light work. Apply to Dr. Wheate, Fort Lincoln. WANTED—A dishwasher at the Pal ace Hotel. WANTED—Girl for second work. Mrs Woodmansee, 409 5th street. WANTED—Cook at_the Banner Hotel. WANTED^Girl for general work. Good wages. Apply Dale. Fort Lincoln. house Major WANTED—A lady clerk in general store must speak German and En glish and must have some experi ence. Good salary for right person write to Jones & Hasen, Ashley, WANTED TO RENT House*. WANTED TO RENT—Modern house of 5 or 6 roomB want place where there is chance of renting for at least 12 months. Address P. A. N., care Tribune. WANTED—Two or three rooms for light housekeeping in central lo cation. Phone 532-R. DRESSMAKING. Experienced eastern dressmaker will design, cut and fit ladies' suits, dresses and gowns at her home, 407 Fourth street WACHTER Dray and Transfer Cn. Dealer* MAY, W O O a I E Drays furnished fer at purposes 0M« STOMfii 6. C. WACHTER MM! •ISMARCK N. 0. 0. FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBALMER IOO A O N I O Main Third St., Ilsmareb Undertakers a Embalmers Dai Pnan—50 Nlgtt Phone—543 65 LIcHSid EiWIiir ii Ckargi Webb Bros. Main S POPULAR CLASSIFIED WANTS Advertlflememto under this head will be Inserted for ONE CENT A WORD, first Insertion (ONE HALF CENT A WORD each consecutive insertion, if paid cash im advance.) No publication for less than 25c. Cash must accompany out of town orders. Advertisements in these columns having letters or numbers MUST be answered through corres pondence. Cannot guarantee accuracy on Phone ads. Half of your present "cigar money" spent in want-advertising—and you will soon be able to smoke twice as good cigars! FOR RENT—Rooms. FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—Furnished room in strict ly modern house, 506, 3rd street. FOR RENT—Room in modern house prefer lady. Phone 544L, 322 Sec ond street. FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms at 400 Fourth street. FOR" RENT—Modern rooms and board at Dunraven Place, 212 Third street. FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms for rent over Lahr's Motor Sales Co.'s, Fourth street. FOR RENT— Rooms in tw~"Dakota Block. Phone 303. Little Journeys Made in Answer ing want Ads. 9 Are often the beginnings of per sonal prosperity. A 15c want ad sold a $1,500.00 property for a local man last week.. If you read them carefully one of these days, one will lead you straight to GOOD FORTUNE '*++++»++»+++++++»•+*++++++»*++**++++. FOR SALE—HOUSES FOR SALE Eight room modern house, 70 foot lot facing south and east nice trees, fruits desirable part of city seven blocks from the business center. $3,200, $1,000 cash, balance on very easy terms. F. E. Young. TRY TRIBUNE WANTS ADS. O A We are exclusive agents for Montana RED LODGE NUT COAL A clean, even burning, heat producing fuel that does not fill the house with soot and ashes or blacken everything. is washed free from slack and dust. We screen it be fore leaving the yards, so our hands, home and good nature may be undisturbed. Heating power three times that of ordinary coal. ANTHRACITE COAL of all kinds in Egg, Nut and Stove sizes. CANNEL COAL Hard, even burning and clean ideal for, your grate. HOCKING COAL Lay in your supply for the furnace now. Deep mined. Free from slate and dirt. We have all kinds "t coal for every purpose, make im mediate delivery, and advise that you secure your winter's supply at once. NORTH STAR LUMBER CO. W. E. Gleason, Mgr. LiveTips On Providing For the Table The world's thought cen ters around the table about three times a day. You can secure great bargains in fruits to preserve, vegetab les for the winter, learn which grocery carries what you want, their prices, ser vice and where a dollar goes the farthest, by starting' to day and GET THE HABIT Read Tribun ads Dail FOR RENT—Four room house, part ly modern. Pantry and basement. See F. H. Register. FOR RENT—Modern furnished house, enquire of L. E. Maynard, 512 9th street. FOR SALE—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Sweet-toned violin, copy of Stradiuarius, made by old Ger man maker $30 if sold at once. J. Gribbins 404 Second street. FOR SALE—3,000 fine diamond wil low fence posts. Apply for prices and terms at 504 Ninth street. tj« $» «J« »J« »J» «J« »J« FOR SALE—All the furniture and furnishings of the Roan oke hotel. Sale begins Thurs day and will continue through out the week from 10 a. m., until p. :n. Roanoke hotel, corner Thayer and Second St. FOR SALE—One large and one small heating stove both lignite burners. Call at 423 Ninth street. MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—Stark building, occu pied by Hub restaurant. G. J. Keenan. POTATOES AND~APPLES~ IN CAR LOTS. If in the market for potatoes or apples write or wire D. E. Ryan Co., Minneapolis, Minn. 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. The Markets LIVESTOCK. St. Paul. Cattle Receipts, 2,000, steady quotation unchanged. Hogs Receipts, 23000 steers 10 lower, range 825-900 bulk of sales 840 870. Sheep Receipts, 17,000 steady, 150-425 lambs, 325-625. Chicago. Cattle— Receipts, 3,000 market steady beeves 475-785 Texas steers 425-650 Western 425-565 stockers and feeders 340-575 cows and heif ers 225-650 calves 750-1000. Hogs Receipts, 12,500 market steady for light and buying, others 5 lower 860-925. Mixed 830-925 heavy 810-900 rought 810-830 good to choice heavy, 830-900 pigs 825-900 bulk of sales 845-890. Sheep Receipts, 11,000 mark et steady ative 250-425 western 295 425 yearlings 435-540 lambs native 440-700 western 475-690. MONEY. Money on call strong 3 at 3 3-4 ruling rate 3 3-4 closing bid 3 1-4 offered 3 1-2. Time loans strong 60 day 4 1-4 and 90 days 4 3-4 six months 4 5-8 leading rate. Chicago. Close: wheat, Dec. 94 7-8 May 100 3-4 at 7-8 July 96 5-8. Corn—Dec. 47 1-4 May 50 July 50-5-8. Oats—Dec. 30 7-8 May 34 1-8 July 33 1-4. Duluth.: Minn.. Oct. 14.—Close wheat on track 1 hard 107 3-4 1 Northern 107 1-4 bid 2 Northern 104 1-4 at 105 1-4 to arrive 1 Northern 107 1-4 2 Northern 104 1-4 at 105 1-4 Oct. 107 1-8 at 107 1-4, nominal Dec. 107 1-8 at 1-4 bid May 111 bid. Dur um on track, to arrivel, 88 1-8 2, 86 1-8 Oct. 87 7-8 nominal, Nov. 88 5-8 bid Dec. 88 1-8 May 91 1-8 bid. Flax on track and to arrive 265 1-2 Oct. and Nov. 265 1-2 asked Dec. 257 bid May 252 bid. Oats 29 7-8. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Leeds Leeds Leeds Lehr Leonard l.idc,crwood l.idjjerttood Lidgeruood Lignite Linton Linton Linton Lileliville l.itclnilie Lisbon Lisbon Loma Loraine Lucca McClusky McClusky McClusky McHcnry McKenzic .McVille McVille Maddock Maddnk Mandau Mandan Man dan Manuhaven .Manning Marion Marion Matmarili Martin Max Max Maxbass Maxbass .Mayville Mayville Medina Medina Medora Melville Mercer Men ic.nnt Michigan Michigan Milnor Milnor Milton Milton Milr. Minucuaukan Mintu-waukan Minot Minot Minot Mohall Moliall .Monango Monango Montpclicr Montrose Mott Molt Mott Mountain Mowbray Munich Munich Mylo Nanson Napoleon Napoleon Nekoma Newburg New Kngland Kockford Kockford Rockford Salem Salem Salem New New New New New New Newville Niagara Niobe Nome Nome Noonau Norma Norma Northwood Northwood Norwich Oakes Oakcs Obcron Olga Omemce Orr Oriska Osnabrock Osnabrock Overly Paddington Page Page Palermo Park River Park River Park River Pembina Perth Petersburg Ping-ee Pisek Plaza Plaza Pleasant Portal Portal Powers Powers Ray Recder Reynolds Rhame Richardton Richardton Rock Lake Rock Lake Rogers Rolette Rolette Rolla Rolla Rugby Rugby Rugby Russell Rutland Ruso Ryder Ryder Sarles Sanborn Sawyer Sawyer Scranton Sentinel Butte Sharon Sharon She. .on Sheldon Sherwood hacrwood Sheyenne Sheyenne Spiritwood Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanton Lake Lake Lake REPORT OF TREASURER (Continued from page 6) First National Leeds State Farmers and Merchants Farmers and Merchants First State Lidgerwoo.! National .. Farmers State First National First Stat. First Nat:••n.i! First Bank of Herman A:. First Nat in First State Citizens S: State Hark First State Loraine State First Stat. first Stat. First National Sheridan .unity State First State Mckenzie St.ite First State Stale I'.ank of First National Farmers State State liank ..f Morton County Farmers ami Merchants First National Mercer ('••unty State Dunn County State First Nation il Johnson State First National Tri-Count State First State Citizens S: iu Maxbass S State I'auk (ioose River First National Medina State (ieriuatl Aun-i iiau State Stockman* .-:atc liank of First State First Stale Michigan Nelson County State Milnor National First National First National Slate liank of State liank of Miniiewaukan Stale First National Second National I'niou National Scandinavian American First National -ecurity State liank of Monango Farmers and Merchants State Montpclicr Slate First State First National First State Farmers State Mountain Stale liank of m-.. First National Farmers State First State State liank of Merchants Hank Slock Growers State iiauk of State liank of Security State First National Farmers and Merchants liank of Farmers and Merchants Slate First National State liank of Newville State liank of First State First National Farmers State First International First State Norma State Northwood Trust and Safety First National First State First National Oakes National Hank of First State itizens liank Bank of State i.ank of First "National Great Western First National First State Farmers State First National Fanners and Merchants State Hank of First National Farmers Security Merchants Bank Bank of Hank of Pingrce State Pisek State First National Pioneer Slate Hank of Portal Su. First International I-'irst State Farmers and Merchants First State First State Farmers State First State Merchants Mate Richardton State First National Farmers State First State First National Rolette State State Bank of Farmers and Merchants Citizens State Merchants Hank Security Bank First State State Hank of Irene in ity of .. i: ink of Hank State State State National I'.ank of National First First First First State First Sawyer State First State Hank of .nlerstate Hank of Billings County Citizens State First National Commercial State First National Farmers and Merchants State First International First National Farmers and Merchants Spirttwood State State Bank of First National Citizens State First State 10,000.00 8,000.00 10,000.00 I ID, ooo. i)o .1,1101).(Ill I lu.ooo.oo 5,000.0(1 I 10,000.01) I 10,000.00 ft, 000. 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Ill) .1,01)0.01) I .1,000.00 2.J,l)uU.OI) I 30,01)0.01) I I 2.4IS 3.134.73, 2. .13::. 03 I l.ss: .2«j 1.3:13.03 l,3o,.03 1,007.01) 1. 1.13.30 2. 70.1..10 I 1 2,313.70 I J.S.7.37J 3,7:3.01 .1 2.030.iiI i. 41:.. 7.130. .' 1.82:1.39 '2,030.SO| t,031.0 2,533.70 8.547.73 1,558.15 2,1*2.27 1,.133.S3 2.0.S3..12 2.337.13, 1.13:1.00 2,013.(10 1 ,533 S'.l 1,13 :.oi 2,251..17 1.303.33! 1,501.11 2.0S3.02 I 2,3'.ll .so 1 .132. I 1,.ISO. 00 1,211.3.1 4.311.1. d| ,(:..•..«.: 1 .O'.IO.d'.l 0, I SO. (ill 2,.".33. (is 2.470.03 "2,233.00 1,.133..Ill 22.214.171.124 2, 7 Hi..Hi Wahpcton Ualeott Wales Wales Walhalla Walhalla W'.iliuu Warwick ashliiiru Wasliliiiin Wheatland Wlleelo.k West hope Wcsthopc Wilton Wilton Williston Williston Williston Williston Williston Wimbledon \. imlilcdou Wolford Wishek Wishek Wyndmcre Wyn.luiere York York Zceland M.O 1,113.33 2,030.(11 2,21l.l'i l,tis(i.20 1,533.70 1,100.04 1,0(1.1. Si 1,211.10 1.120.31 ].j.V.i.:S(i 2,048.03 1.3 7.1.01 2,053.48 I, I (S. 3,OSS.03 2,OS(J.3S 2.032.41 1.133.71 953.35 1.534.13 1.532.03 2.OI0.is 4,97".4S 126.96.36.199 1,520.38 1,817.02 liar ton Rugby (SKAI.) SOU.33 2,113.01 4,lor.40 2,0311.22 l.liMi.74 1.533.54 1.101.05 I 1.407.7S 1,533.53 1,414.07 1,533.53 1,533.30 1.013.SI 1,057.21 2,085.14 I 1,210.44 I 3,082.51 Ii,.1.10. 70 3,100.37' 1,049.09 1,537.58 1.032.25 1,533.03 1,179.80 .1,000.00 I 5,000.00 I 5,0011.00 I 5,000.00 1.1,000.00 I .1,000.00 I .1,000.00 1,500.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 .1, ooo. oo 30,000.00 80,000.00 30,000.00 5,0(10.00 i.2GO.83 2,04 7.95 I 2.DIG.50 4.U5S.22 3,905.19 1 ,012.81, 4,0.13.(10 1,013.41 1,133.13 0110. OS vioc...is 1.010.17 1.542.05 1.4S3.70 1.3o3.09 1,0.19.89 1.300.13 1."125.79 1,541.81 1.535.33 1.2.19.08 I 188.8.131.52' 1.7S1.401 2,134.03 1.720.94 2,532.01 VlSS.19 1.531.25 2.942.44 1.522.97 3,037.71 .1.031. SO 184.108.40.206 1,941.59 1..135.87 2,150.40 1.518.85 1.145.00 6,4.17.60 4.049.59 2.103.78 2,"090.19 1,531.41 3.006.39 2.207.77 2.043.23 1.724.67 ft.ooo.oo I 10,000.00 I 5.000.00 3,000.00 I 10,000.00 I 5,000.00 I 5,000.00 I 10,000.00 6,000.00 12,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 I 12,000.00 I 20,000.00 I 3,000.00 I 8,000.00 I 7,500.00 5,000.00 I 10,000.00 20,000.00 I 10,000.00 I 7.500.00 10,000.00 10.000.00 5,000.00 I German State Stanton State Sterling State Farmers and Merchants State First National Stirum Stale State Hank of Security State First State Rolette County First National First Stale Sykclou Stale Citi/ens Stale Tagus Stale liti/etis State Farmers and Merchants State Ta:..r State l'".unui! and Merchants I '1 ioga State launeis and Merchants Stale Tolley State l-'itst National I'aimeis and Merchants l-'iisi National I Fanners State l-'iist National First National Fiist State Security State I First St.ite I Sccuiity State Stale Hank of Bank of Am. 1 iean National First Stale First State Farmers and Merchants Stale Bunk of Attest: I). K. BRIGIITBILL, State Auditor. STATF. OF NORTH DAKOTA, I I ss. County of Burleigh. .... I I Citizens National National Hank of First State State Hank of Citizens Hank Cili/ens Hank I First National Farmers State State Hank of Washburn Slate Fiist National Farmers State First Stale Peoples liank Hank of I Wilton liank McLean County Stale l-'irst National Williams County I-'ariners and Men hauls Citizens National I Williston Slate l-'irst National Mei chants National State liank of Security State Firs! Stale First National Hank of Hank of I York State Zceland State Barton Slate Hank l-'irst National Sworn to and subscribe.I before me this Gtb da of Oitolu-r, A. I). 19ln. CARL O. JORGFNSON. (SKAI.) Notary Public in and for said County and Stale. My commission expires September 12, 1913. Novel Us* of a Billboard. During a recent run on a western bank a billboard was set up In the street, where the line of depositors were gathered, and Its frank statement of the bank's condition did much to restore confidence. Many people drop pod out of the line ufter reading the sisni. which bore this legend: "This bank can pay every dollar on deposit. It is one of the strongest banks on the racitic coast. It has been your friend. Jealous competitors have worked to bring yon here, livery person in this line should show their loyalty by leaving at once. Your money is safe. Why. then, remain here doing an un kind and foolish thing? Break ranks." The run lasted thirty-six hours, but the bank stood the strain and remain ed solvent. An enterprising merchant took advantage of the incident to se cure a novel advertisement for bis store. It happened that he was pre pared to move into the adjoining build ing and the picture of the crowd be fore the bank had the appearance of beading for his new quarters. A cut of this picture was ust-d for his an nouncement. the legend reading. "Your money is safe if you follow the crowd to"- giving the name of his own es tablishment.—Bookkeeper. A Cordial Welcome. A well known American portrait painter, armed with a full length por trait study taken oiT the stretcher and rolled under his arm. ventured to call on Whistler one Sunday morning. His modest knock brought the great man to the door, says a writer in Great Thoughts Opening it a little way. he thrusi nut his he:id and demanded ir ritabl.v: "What brings you here? What do you want?" The artist stammered out that he was a student and had a study that he would much like to show Whistler. Whistler sjild. "M mm— just wait a minute!" and. rushing back into the room, he turned every picture with its face to the wall and removed from the easel the canvas on which he was engaged. Then, motioning the Amer ican in, be sat down and said: "Now. what do you want? You know I'm fearfully busy today, but sit down—sit down!" A Puzzled Artist. Of unsigned paintings the Dussel dorfer Zeitung tells an amusing story, wbicb may interest picture buyers. Achenbach. the German artist, enjoy ed a vogue some years ago. A certain collector had bought from an art deal er a seascape represented as a genu ine Achenbaeh. Afterward It was Seven 6,000.00 10,000.00 4,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00 0,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 3,000.00 4,000.00 6,000.00 5,000.00 4,000.00 5,000.00 3,000.00 111,0110.00 1 5,000.00 I •1.(100.00 ,1,000.00 I ft.ooo.oo 5,000.00 .1,000.00 10,000.00 .1,000.00 ,1,1)00.(10 I 10,000.00 I 20,000.00 3,000.00 5,000.00 5,0110.00 I 10,0110.00 I 5,000.00 I 10,000.01) I 70,000.00 I ft.ooo.oo 10,000.00 I 3,000.01) 3,230.3* 2,409.20 1,078.18 2.190.38 2,002.77 1,532.64 2,581.03 1,027.74 1,535.25 1..199.27 1.0GG.G4 2.4S1.10 1,.118.84 1,130.00 1,732.93 1,02.1.31 2,150.26 1,147.16 1,510.25 1,370.63 1.540.83 4,080.34 4,0.10.25 1.030.15 1,030.03 1,1.531.46 1 .103.95 G33.93 1,518.95 1,107.22 900.38 3,0.™. 11 1,0.1s. SO 4,539.75 3,71.1.00 1,531.05, 1(14.99 51S.S5 s,000.00 (10,000.00 I 1,029.95. 1.353.74 702.24 1.007.01 1,141.00 1.100.07 1.031.02 2.901 .III 1 .592.48 1 ,066.159 3.30O.03 4,312.60 1,029.93 1,531.64 4.107.to 1.023.78 2.010.14 1 ..IIS.St 2.132.14 3.03S.27 2.031.S7 7.S53.74 1 37:1.98 3.271.65 220.127.116.11 2,120.24 534.1S 1,211.19 1 .03(1. .1.1 1 ,0.11.96 1.531.41 1.555.71 5.17.80 «o,ooo.oo 10,000. 0(1 I o.ooo.oo I 10,000.00 1 10,000.0(1 I 25,000.00 I G,000.1)0 I •1,000.00 I IS,000.00 411,0(10.01) I 5,01)0.00 .1,000.00 I 15,0(10.00 3,0110.00 I 7,000.00 3,000.00 111,000.00 I 1.1,000.00 10,000.0.) I 20,000.00 5,1)00.00 10,000.011 I 10,000.00 I 8,000.00 I 7,500.00 I 12,000.00 I 5,000.1)0 I 10,000.00 1 .1,000.00 I .1,000.00 I G,000.00 I sL'SPF.NDI-:!) HANKS I I do solemnly swear that the above statement is a true account, to the best of my knowledge and belief, of the finances of the stale for the .|(iartcr ending September 3D. 1910. 20,000.1)0 I 10. 1.12.11 48,500.00 9.G90.G9 G. L. BICKFORn, State Treasurer. pronounced to oe a copy, ine Duyer brought an action against the dealer, who turned the tables by declaring that his picture was genuine and the other was a copy. Achenbach himself was summoned by the courts to tell which was which. Amazed at the absolute similarity of the two pain lings, he gazed at them for a long time, inspected them closely, front aud gack. sniffed them and then frankly admitted lie could not tell which was the original and which the copy. Courage. What one needs to cultivate is a tenacity of purpose that will not quail nor turn aside, a courage that in emer gencies dares to separate from the crowd, that never recognizes defeat. Laughter. Laughter is recommended as a cure for indigestion. It looks easy to the person who is not afflicted with indi gestion.—Toledo Blade. PROPOSALS FOR BIDS. Notice is hereby given that pur» suant to Capter 210 Laws of N. D. 1910, Sheridan County North Dakota will issue bonds of $5,000.00 the same to draw 7 per cent, interest, and pay able in two and not more than five years. Money derived from sale' of said bonds to be used to purchase seed grain for farmers in need of same. There is no floating or bonded indebtedness in said county. The County Auditor will receive sealed proposals for purchase of said bonds up to October 31, 1910,1 o'clock p. m. I No bids considered below par value |and Board reserves the right to re 'ject any or all bids. I By order of county commissioners: Dated: McClusky, N. D., Oct. 12th, •1910. JOSEPH TEIBEL, JR., County Auditor. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the estate of Olof M. Holemo. deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed F. H. Register, administrator of the estate of Olaf M. Holemo. late of the city of Bismarck, in the county of Burleigh and state of North Da kota, deceased to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to said ministrator at his office in Webb Block in the city of Bismarck, in said Burleigh county. Dated October 14th, A. D. 1910. F. H. REGISTER, Administrator First publication on the 14th day of October. A. D. 1910. (10-15, 22, 29 11-5)