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N. S. CROPS MAKE
Dogden, N. I)., July 1. Italnh A,
Pence, connected with I). T. Owens
In th« land and bunkl.ig ImKlness here
has just roltn from Minneapolis,
makig the trip Jiy unto. In flak
ing of his trip Mr. Heiieo suya:
"Our return trip ovorland froji
Minneapolis and Anoka, Minnesota,
where we have spent. a plea3ani
months vacation, wa.i very enjoyable
as was our trip down. The trip
there and return registered about
12») miles and 'va made about 12DO
miles while there, and we made the
whole distance without inimture or
any other serious trouble. Tne only
time we wore pulled out of th.* mud
was when we were within four iriilos
of home, and thin really only added
to our pleasure whan we considered
how va'.aable It was to our crops, to
get rain at the proper time.
"The crops from Minneapolis went
to the line and part way through
South Dakota were fair but east and
north of Aberdeen they were about
gone, especially the small grain, but.
the corn will make a fair erop if rain
"Prom Ellondale, north and west,
the conditions seemed to improve
and we found crops at home as good
as any we saw In the state.
BREW Hi GIWI
Fargo. N. p., July 1.—A large crowd
was attracted by the opening day or
the Interstate fair. The exposition
will* continue till Friday night and
the concludng feature will be a big
patriot celebration, In which fireworks
will toe ail active parr.
This was Scandinavian day and
great many people of that, nationality
honored the occasion with their pres
ence. For their special benefit, Nor
wegian, Swedish, Danish and'CIerman
folk dances were put on by several
hundred (pupils of the Fargo schools.
The exhibit' of 11 v^ stock, especially
the dairy cattle, is most impressive.
There are many fine exhbits of differ
ent kinds of machinery and the dis
plays by the merchants and the man
ufacturers is attracting a great deal
of attention. The races were start
ed this afternoon by J. P. lieeve, of
Beach, the veteran track official and
WILL HUNT ON
Fargo, N. I)., July 1.—Planning a
houseboat hunting trip down the Mis
sissippi this fall after the clo.ie of
the hunting season in North Dakota
a large number of gpartsmeii have
arranged for a bout either at St. Louis
or Memphis. They*will shoot, deer,
•lucks and geese on tile lower Missis
r,i|.pi svltli occasional trials after
quail. 1'n.ler the new federal law,
I shooting the upper Mississippi will
he closed exeopt In November and
December, but in the lowpr part it
will continue till Jan. 15. After that
(date waterfowl cannot be disturbed.
FOR ODLF TITLE
Toronto, Out., July I.—The nine
teenth anual tournament of the Royal
Canadian (lolf Association, to decide
the Dominion amateur champlo.i.-ililp,
opened auspiciously today on the links
of the Toronto (Jolt Cluo. The 11
nals In the iour:iarnent will be reach
led Saturday. The winner will re
celve (he association gold .nedal era
I bkmatl of the champl-inship. The
Earl Grf. ch.inrploii^hlp trophy will
'remain l.i the cn'tody of I lie winner's
club for t.lie.year.
HS UTILE SISTEI
Arnegaard, N. D., July 1.—While
playing with a small rifle the 7-year
old son of Mr. and Mr.!, Lewis Bergen
found some cartridges. He slipped
one into the gun and playfully pointed
at his 5-year-old sister. Tne bullet
struck the little girl between the eyes
but in a giancing maner and she was
not killed. At the hospital it is re
ported she will recover.
CONVICTED ON THE
CHARGE OF EXTORTION
Bowman, X. D., July 1.—Charged
with extortion II. A. Gilbert, of Buffa
lo, S. D., was convicted in a trial here.
An aged man named Byer of Gas
coyne, was the complaining witness.
He claimed that the South Dakotan
compelled bi.n to sign two notes for
Bismarck Infirmary of Osteopathy
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EPPINGER BLOCK, BISMARCK, N.D. Phone 240.
Nielsen's Parlor MILLINERY
220 Fourth St. Cor. Thayer
Big bargains in Hats and Shapes at your own price,
we must make room for our Fall Stock.
Still a few more Short Corsets at 1-2 price
Stamped goods at 1-2 price. Richardson's Silk per skein
D. T. OWpNS
Farm Lands and City Property
Bought, Sold or Exchanged
Insurance, Farm and City Loans
U5y2, 4th Street, Bismarck. North Dakota
Branch Offices: Balfour, Dogden, Flashei and Elgin N.'D
THE WEATHER IMS
HELPED Mil (RHP
Fargo, D„ July 1.—The hot wea
ther of the past two weeks, coupled
with the unusual moisture, resulted in I
a big boost, for the corn crop of North
Dakota. About the middle of June
the crop was regarded as being back
ward, but, the favorable corn growing
conditions since have advanced the
plant rapidly and the condition Is as
far advanced as in former years at
thin season. One enconraglng phase
I!, there Is an increased acreage, not
only iri the counties that have been
growing corn for some time, but ninny
additional counties are growing corn
this year for the first time.
OATS FOR SALE.
Have car good oats on track,
rjulre Hinckley's Barn.—(Adv)
Dowman, N. D., July 1.—There was
a postponement of the criminal libel
ea:ici against Editor Totten of the
Bowman Citizen. J. H. Phelan, a lo
cal banker is the complaining wit*
ness. It Is' charged that Totten ran
a series of editorials on Phelan dur
ing the campaign last fall, to one or
which thfl banker took exception.
Totten secured former U- S. Senator
I'nrcell arid,other leaning lawyers for
Let. up,make lip your Lawn Display
of Fireworks. Order the.n early. At
Fcssenden, X. D„ July L— Hamburg
isitlie name-selected for the new town
on the Great Northern extension out.
of New llockford for the locality that
was formerly known as Viking. It is
one of the best farming communities
in Wells county and arragements
I have already been made for a number
of new enterprises there, including
Let us make up your Lawn Display
of Fireworks. Order them early. At
ASSAULTER HELD TO
THE DISTRICT COURT
Hurt, X. D., July l.:—Charged with
a brutal assault on D. Kkjii,| William
Armitage is held to the district, .court.
The trouble was of long Klandiijg and
was recently renewed in the imple
ment. shed of Klein. The latter suf
fered a broken nose, lost several
teeth and received other injuries, it
being alleged Armitage used a ham
mer to inflict the punishment.
SAWED OFF NEWS
Washington, July 1.—International
Morse Wireless code simplifying sea
communication became effective to
The Hague, July 1.—International
Opium Cbngress reassembled here to
day." All nations interested in opium
traffic were represented except Tur
key, which thinks the restrictions pre
scribed by congress tends to cripple
one of its motft important Industries.
Washington, July 1.—Government,
today began issuing postal savings
bonds' in place of postal saving ac
count. Interest will be paid at rate
1-2 per cent per annum bonds re
deemable at pleasure of government
yetir after issuance.'
Ottawa, Ont., July 1.—Canada cele
bijatlng forty-sixth anniversary of
consolidation of British Provinces in
North America today.
Washington, July —Collect-on-de
liverv feature added to parcel post de
partment of postal service today.
Gettysburg, July 1—Forty thous
and old veterans of war between
North "and South encamped on field
here, scene of greatest battle of civil
war. Reunion will last throughout
Friday. President, Mrs. Wilson, mem
bers of cabinet, distinguished persons
from all parts of country will be
guests during reunion.
Indianapolis, Ind., July 1.—'Indiana
automobile tour to Pacific coast
leaves here tonight to nnd path for
raad from Atlantic to Pacific.
Wilmington, Del., July 1.—*New law
limiting hours of employment for wo
men to ten hours dally, for which
Miss Jessie Woodrow Wilson fought,
London, July 1.—Potato shortage
has caused advance prices $2.50 ton.
The LaMoure County Auto associa
tion met to discuss the proper meth
od of expending the auto tax fund for
that county. The hoard will plan
with township boards to place the
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No. 1 Hard, 92 3-4 Nor 91 to
921-4 reg arr 91 to 91 1-4 choice arr
•913-4 2 Nor 89 to 90 4-4 2 Hard
Mont arr 881-4 to 891-4 3 Wheat
87 to 98 1-4 1 Dur 92 1-2 arr 921-2
2 Dur 90 1-2 arr 901-2 5 571-2
to i8 arr 57 1-2 A Corn 54 to 56 3
W O 39 1-4 to 39 3-4 3 Oats 36 to 38
Harley 47 to 59 Rye 55 to 57 arr
55 to 57 Flax $1.33 to $1.33 1-2 arr
$1.33 July $891-4 Sept 915-8 Dec
No. 1 Hard on trk 92 1-2 1 Nor on
trk 911-2 2 Nor on trk 90 2 Hard
Mont 911-2 l' Dur spot 95 1-8 2 Dur
spot 9:5 1-8 Sept 91 Oats on trk
39 1-8 Oats arr 38 5-8 Rye on trk
54 1-2 to 57 1-2 Rye arr 541-2 to 57 1-2
Rye on trk 58 7-8 3 arr 58 7-8
Flax on trk $1.35 arr same July
$1,33 1-2 Sept $1,30 5-8 Oct $1,36 5-8
high July 90
low 90 3-8.
Cattle 1800 killers 10 to 15 lower
steers 650 to 840 cows, heifers 450
to 725 calves steady 6 to 825 feed
ers 10 to 15 loafer 430 to 7 hog3
4000 5 higher. Kange 825 to 860
bulk 840 to 845 sheep 500 steady to
25 lower. Shorn lambs 450 to 7
shorn wethers 460 .to 475 shorn
ewes 2 to 425.
1 Close—Hog raBlnta -,12000 active
5 lighter bulk ofTsales S70 at 880
light, o. at 88r»|kiniVPfI at 885
heavy 8Ti at 880 rough 835 at 850
pigs 075 at 855. Cuttle receipts 5000.
Weak beeves 710
slei-rs 585 at 810 western steers 7
at 810 stockct'.-s and fee.lers 570 at
8 cow and heif«tj32)0 at 825 calves
050 at. 950. Sheep receipts 14000
weak native 450 at 525 \vestein 4t0
at 525 yearlings 52" at !50 lambs
strong native 5»!0 at 'i50.
RODE FIFTY MILES
Valley City, N D., July 1.—So anx
ious was Henry Baldwin of Hope so
attend the farm boys' encampment,
which is being hcjil here under the
auspices of the North Dakota Better
Frming association, that he rode his
bicycle 50 miles,- from Hope to the
Chautauqua grounds here, in order to
enroll with the 112 other boys from
the thirteen southeastern counties,
who are present.
The farm boys' encampment Is the
largest which has ever been held and
in the first which- has been had in
connection with a Chautauqua.
The camp is conducted on a mili
ary basis and the boys will remain
here ten days, studying live stock and
enjoying hours of sports and recrea
tion each day.
See the ad. of special values in
Men's clothing. Now on at S. E.
EERGESOX' & SONS.—adv.
Miss Florence Snjith, who is em
ployed in Dr. L. A. Schipfer'3 office,
departed last evening for her home in
Mile* City, Mont., to spend a month's
vacation with her people.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lyman and two
children of Minot left that city July
1st and departed for California.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF IN.
Bethlehem, N H., July 1-—The
American Institute' of Instruction be
gan its eighty-second convention here
today with many prominent New
England educators i« attendance. An
address of welcome by Goveror Fel
ker and the presidential address of
Charles T. C. Wliitcorab were features
of the Initial session. Prof. E. H.
Sneatli of Yale University spoke on
M?iral Training in the Public
Schools." The sessions will con
tinue until Friday evening.
The Antler American says the Bot
tineau fire department took all the
prizes at the firemen's tournament at
money where it will do the most good Bisiparck, which is rather, hard on
in bettering the roads. Hatton which took,.three firsts.
WAS A SUCCESS
Adventfsts End Conference In
signed Over State
The Seventh Day Adventists have
just closed a very successful conven
tion at this place. The eight hun
dred or more campers are now on
their way to their homes, with the ex
ception of a few who remain to clean
Ihe grounds of all cans, papers and
other things. The ground must be
lett. perfectly clean. This Is a rule of
their organization. The canvas will
be shipped to their store room at Har
About $8000 was raised for mis
sions, $80) worth of L'ibles and dern
onstrationai books were seld. also a
iar^e amount was raised for the work
in the state. The meeting closed
with a vote of thanks which reads as
Resolved that v.e extend a vote of
thanks to the state officials, Commer
cial Club for their kind co-operation
and financial assistance and to the
papers for the liberal space given in
reporting the meetings and to the citi
zens who opened their homes and
made our stay most ipleasant.
Location of some of the ministers:
President S. E. Jackson will locate
for the present in Fargo C. J. Ru
lialts, Harvey I. O. Ruswig, James
town X. V. llhoads, Beach J. H.
Seible, Clen Ullin Carl Lier, Medi
na X. M. Jorgenson, Rugby An
drew Radel, Fargo C. H. IJein, Glen
Ullin G. F. Eielman, Wiiia^ S. G.
Barley, Dickinson J. As--Mtunenco,
Fayette* G(Virgo .\Hchalenko, Kief
M. Ruskju, Mlnot .- Olaf 'Roining,
Oakes C. J. White, Dowman W. A.
Alway, Bismarck R. E. Burke, Bis
marck \V. R. Payne, Jamestown.
A tent has been left in the city
where meetings will be held each
evening at 8 o'clock. The tent is lo
cated at the corner of Sixth Street
anj Avenue A, and win be in charge
of R. E. Kurke of Sydney, Australia,
and W. A. Alway of Harvey, song ser
The subject tonight, "God's Inter
pretation of a Heathen King's
ON WAY TO CHICAGO
Herman Sachs, the well known
merchant of Wing, was in the city
Tuesday on his way to Chicago,
tvhert: lie "will visit with a brother
and look after business.
GONE TF~NEW JERSEY
W. W. McMahon's wife, children
and sister left on No. 2 Monday for
an extender visit. The house ha3
been leased for the sumniir by E. G.
Larson of the weather bureau, who
returned yesterday with his bride.
HERE FROM NAUGHTON
Hugo Solberg, clerk of Xaughton
school district, and Miss Corrine Des
Hocher, who has been teaching that,
s-nhooj. were in town yesterday. Miss
Des ijociicr has finished her term and
will J»on leave for .Michigan where
.she \yill spend her vacation.
PRESIDENT WORST HERE
Prominent among the visitors in th*
city yesterday was President Worst
of the State Agricultural college at
Fargo, who was here attending the
educational board meeting at the capi
tol, and of which lie is a member. He
returned home on Xo. 6 this morning.
$5 FOR THE FUN
Two young men had an expensive
game of "catch" in the street in
Iront ol the Soo hotel Tuesday after
noon. They were exercising by
pitching their base ball back and
forth, when one became rather wild
and picked off the largo top bulb on
the cluster of lightsnin front of the
Palladium office. Policeman Mason
promptly collected $2 for the broken
globe( reporting the same to Chief
Fortune, who him back with an addi
tional bill of $3, advising them that
it cost just a to replace these bulhs.
The fun wasn't worth it, but the globe
The Bismarck—Received: W. O.
Ilarelson, Steele Nels Forsnam, Jud
John Ltmer, Eureka, S. D. Mrs. Fred
Grannis, Stanton Mrs. Geo. Boecker,
Chester and Evelyn Kahouec, Jud
Hazel Hovey, Ry.ler. Discharged:
Clark Crawford, Brittin Mrs. John
JV'ise, Dawson Gust Larson, Doug
las Mrs. Chas. Lilja, Kintyre Mrs.
Simon Opp and baby boy, and dugh
ter. Pauline, Hazelton Mrs. Earl E.
B-aker, Menoken Blanche Thomas,
Driscoll hilip WK11, Stanton.
St. Alexius Received: David
Buechle, Max Bert Fitzgerald, Gar
rison Mrs. U. Berseba, Wilton Ig
natz Bosch, Linton. Discharged:
Emit Peterson, City Mrs. Geo. Klein,
St. Anthony Mrs. Wendelin Kramer.
Calio enjoyed the novelty of an au
tomobile runaway on Saturday. It
broke into and out of a machine shed,
tore its way down the street, upset
ting and running over two lumber
piles before it had moved down a cou
ple of telephone poles and come to a
Some of the small circuses that aro
now touring North Dakota seem to be
accompanied by a band of thieves and
many petty theftf, such as robest,
overcoats, whips, etc., are reported
everywhere they :play.
The S&..'gent, county gopher season
is'over and $1,060 was issued in 515
checks a3 payment for 50,300 gopher
tails. Two years ago the county paid
out $3,700 for gopher tails.
Ediaburg farmers are planting
spruce trees quite extensively this
year. Trees from four to six feet
high, that were grown in Minnesota
between Badger and Middle River.
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