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Bismarck daily tribune. [volume] (Bismarck, Dakota [N.D.]) 1881-1916, October 29, 1901, Image 3

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THE CITY
Pat Tobin came over from Mandan
this aflbernoon.
Superintendent Dixon of the Wilton
mines is in the city.
A. T. Patterson returned oh the
afternoon train from a trip to Mann
hiaven.
C. E. Crum, A. D. Cordner*and L. D.
Bailey of Sterling are in Chicago this
week.
Clark Crawford, one of Glencoe's
successful farmers, was in the city yes­
terday.
Attorney Stanley and W. F. Foye
came in on the noon train today from
Steele. \.
Dan Williams was in the city last
night from the ranch and visiting with
friends bare.
•Governor White is expected to be
absent in the west for about ten days
or two weeks.
Chief cif Police Ritehey: Boith'hose
ftairtk will bfe found at the engine house
until the new walk is completed.
The new telephones have been in­
stalled alt the capitol, and a number
of new 'phones are on the circuit down
town.
The meeting oi the Pauci de Leoti
club is postponed from-Tuesday even
ing, October 29, to Thursday evening,
October 31, when it will meet with
Elizabeth Jones.
Landlord Charlebois of Washburn
came down last evening and reports
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Ladiea'. Cadet C^lf,.".,....
Bays' Velvet Calfskin Shoes at
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BAKING POWDER,
Imparts that peculiarliglltness, sweetness,
and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which ex­
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other leavening agent.
Pure, healthful, highest in strength*
BOYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO.,100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
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the Steel gang wearing that plane and
everybody at Washburn waiting anx­
iously for the last -rail to be laid to
the metropolis.
F. L. King of the Coe Commission
company, which has established offices
in this city, is a brother of the late C.
A. King, for many years a resident of
Menoken. He has a brother now re­
siding at Menoken, Royal F. King.
Judge Winchester is a brother-in-law
of Mr. King and was about the city
with him yesterday introducing him to
local business men.
The case of Cora Oman ait Fargo,
who is wanted for contempt of Judge
Pollock's count, is selling intoxicating
liquors after an injunctional order has
been issued against it, is before the
executive of Minnesota, Governor Van
Sauit. Governor White issued a requi­
sition for the woman, who is now inu
Moorhead, and the question being con­
sidered by the Minnesota authorities
is whether contempt pf couit is an ex­
traditable offense.
E. A. Lamb of Washburn has been
in the hospital for several days, suffer­
ing froim the effects of an injury to his
leg which refused to heal for some
time. He was helping with some
Cattle branding a couple of weeks ago,
and wils hooked in the shin by an un­
ruly steer, the resultant injury prov­
ing obstinate. It is now well on the
way to healing, and Mr. Lamb expects
to be able to return to Washburn to­
morrow morning.
RAIN STOPS' THRESHING.
Bain Sunday and Monday stopped
threshing in the State and those who
We submit our List of Dependable
Blankets, Comforters, Flannels, Cloaks, Suits,
Jackets
Don't waste your mone^ on a J'Cheap'' Gar­
ment or pay a Fancy Price for a Good one.
See Our Stock and Compare Prices.
Ladies' Winter Jackets, with High __
Storm Collar, lined throughout, at «P,3
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A Great Variety of Heavy Cloth or
Kersey Jackets, with or without
Storm Collars, lined throughout Vk/v
with a very serviceable Lining, at »UU
Corset Styles in 27 inch Garments -p
in all Colors and Styles at $7,50,,.
$10.00, ?i2.oo and up.
Dress Goods
All Wool Cheviots, Plaids, Checks and
Mixtures, 44 to 50 inches Wide, suit-"
able for Dresses or Skirts just the
kind for School Dresses, at.........
Large Assortment of the Latest Styles of Fall Dress Goods in Melton,
Coverts, Golf, Venetians and Cheviots, all in Exclusive Styles.^
Carpets
Gef^int pncee:Oii Carpets before- you buy ete6Whe
Ladies^nd CHililren's Shoes
Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes, Welt
Soles, 93.50 kind, special at..
1.50
1.76
Cadet Oalf
leyST
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$8.85
Ladies' Fine Kid and Calfskin Walk
ing Shoes, Welts and Turns, at 0.50
Ladies' Kid Lined Winter Shpes, Wel^,..
^Soles, at.
&|3.50
Ladies' Fine Kid Shoeraf «2^0, $2.25
11.75, $1.50 and
1.86
TLssJiea' Kapga'roo Calf "Lace and
ton Shoe3, special at. .«..
4
il Orders Receive Prompt Attention^
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE-

have flax unthreshed* are getting, -a
trifle alfrald that they will nod get it
threshed this yean The fine weaither
of the past two weeks has resulted in
a great deal of grain being1 threshed,
but in many sections ofthe state there
is sfclll a month's threshing. Jn Bot­
tineau, Rolette, Waifc, MoHeory. Wells,
Cavalier, Towner, Benson, Eddy,
Pienoe, Poster, Nelson, Griggs and
Stutsman counties there is not less
ithari three -weeks threshing left and in
some of the ceunities named there is
four or five weeks work for all the ma­
chines available! In'the Red River
valley counties the grain is nearly all
threshed and should there be an early
winter the loss will be light. But in
the counties in the north central por­
tion of the gtate the losses will be very
great unless unusually fine weather
should prevail for the next five weeks.
A FIENDISH ATTACK.
An attack was lately made on C. F.
Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that nearly
proved fatal. It caime through his
kidneys. Hins back got so laime he
could not stoop Without great pain,
nor sit in a chair except propped by
cushions. No remedy helped him un­
til he tried Electric Bitters which
effected such a wonderful change that
he writes he feels like a new man.
This marvelous medicine cures back­
ache and kidney trouble, purifies the
blood and builds up your health.
Only 50 cents at P. C. Remington's
drug store.
A POOR JOKE.
Sanborn Enterprise: Engineer Er­
nest Reid, who has been supplying the
vacancy on the branch caused by the
laying oft of Engineer Benedict on aie-'
count of an injury sustained some
time since, was obliged to quit work
last Saturday evening while switching
in the Sanbom yards, on account of
nervous ..prostration. Several days
prior to Mr. Raid's enforced layoff,
some graceless scamp had placed a
dummy on the track, near McHenry,
which was run over by the wig!™*
Engineer Reid did everything in his
power, even'to dynamiting the air, to
avert the killing of the supposed man
The horror of the shoick and the re­
sulting nervous strain finally over­
came the victim of the abominable
practical Joke, though he had kept to
work for several days. Severe pun­
ishment should be melted out to any
one perpetrating such a ghastly joke.
4. new remedy for biliousness is now
on sale ait Beardsley & Finney's drug
store. It is called Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives
quick relief and will prevent the attack
if given as soon as the first indication
of the disease appears. Price, 23 cents
per box. Samples free.
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Tuesday bCTOBEi 20, W$m
Motion for Disbarment of Attorney
Freerks of Wahpeton Filed in
Suprem^ Court.
Outcome of Alleged Addition to Decree
of Judge Lauder in a Tax
Judgment Case.
Proceedings in disbarment have been
filed with the clerlk of the supreme
court, R. D. Hoskins, .against Attorney
M. C. Freerks off Wahpeton, and the
papers in the case were filed with the
clerk this morning. They will be
served on the defendant in the case at
Wahpeton and the supreme court will
have another disbarment case to con­
sider. Freerks is a jmember of the
Arm of Freerks & Freerks of Wahpe­
ton, and (the allegation against him is
in connection with a tax case. Judge
Lauder Bigned an order and decree in
the case in Freerks' favor, and it is
claimed that after the decree was
signed Freerks added Ito it a clause
stating that he was entitled to recover
from the county a suim amounting to
about $66. On the strength of this
addition Freerks went before the board
of conimissioners and recovered the
amount in question.
The artfcention'of Judge Lauder was
directed to the matter by the clerk of
the court of Richland county. Judge
Lauder thereupon made an order to
the effect that the addition to the de­
cree had been fraudulently made with
a view to defrauding the county out of
money to which Freerks was not en­
titled, and appointed a committee con­
sisting of B. G. Tenneson of Ransom
county, C. E. Wolffle of Richland county
and Edward Engerud of Cass county.
This committee has formulated a com­
plaint in the maitfter setting forth the
offense complained of and filed it with
the supreme coutt for consideration.
STEPPER INTO LIVE COALS.
"When a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of
Jcnesville, "Va., "which caused horrible
leg sores for 30 years, but Bucklen'p
Arnica Salve wholly cured me after
everything else failed." Infallible for
burns,. scalds, cuts,'sores,'bruises and
piles. Sold by P. C. Remington, drug­
gist, 25 cents.
The B., Y. P. U. extends to all a cor­
dial invitation to their social at the
home of Mrs. E. H. Walker Friday
evening, Nov. 1st. Admission 15c.
An interesting program of music and
select reading will be rendered.
Big bonusies are offered for thresh­
ing machines in the Jim river valley.
Suits.
jailor made Suits at $7.50, $12.50, $15 and up
Ladies' Walking Skirts, the kind that fits and
wears, at prices to suit your fancy, from
$2.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up.
The Fur Season is almost here, better ^"pre­
pared. We carrv a large variety of Furs on
hand. Special orders taken for any gar­
ment and style satisfaction guaranteed.
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Every garment warranted. See our new
stock of Scarfs, .Collars, Collaretts and
Muffs.
Ladies' Wrappers
Heavy Print Wrappers, 75c quality at
Millinery
A Large and Up-to-date and exclusive Line
of Millinery at Popular Prices.
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Hosiery
Ladies' fast black cotton Hose, 3 pair for. .25c
Ladies'heavy fleeced,fast black cotton Hose
at 15c per pair, 2 pair for., 25c
Ladies' all wool Hose at .....
,25c and up
Children'sextrii heavy Hose, the kind that'
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THE WEATHER.
Maximum t»mp,eraturet»day-69.»
Minimum' temperature today 43.
Forecast for 24 hours for North Dakota
ending tomorrow night at 8 o'clock:
Partlycloudy with oc£asi$bj!ii ^showers
tonight and Wednesday stationary tem­
perature.
Saraaretta
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If you want a nice heifer
calf to raise, one or a dozen,
go to Mrs. Willcox.
SLenokenthat
59c
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Sam Jones has been arrested at
Buffalo charged with bootlegging.
(First pablication Oct. 29th, 1901,)
Notice to Creditors.
IN the Matter of the Estate of Daniel Ames,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
E Ames, executrix of the estate of
Dam*! Ames, late of the town of Harpers
Ferry, in the County of Jefferson and state of
"081 Virginia, 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 executrix at
the office of John P. Philbrick, in the city of
Bismarck, in Burleigh county, N. D. J. P.
Jackson has been appointed agent of the exe­
cutrix bis postofflce address is Bismarck, N. D.
Dated October 29, A. D. 1901.
MAEGAEETTA E. AMES,
JOHN P. PHILBBICK. Executrix
Attorney for Executrix.
(First publication Oct. 23th, 1901.)
Notice to Creditors
IN the Matter.of the Estate of Milton D. King,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
Mabel M. King, administratrix of the estate of
Milton D. King, late of the town of Menoken,
in the county of Burleigh and State of North
Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all
persons having claims against said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary vouchers,
within six months after the first publication of
this notice, to said administratrix at her resi­
dence in the town of Menoken, in said Burleigh
county.
Dated October 29th, A. D.1901.
MABEL M. KING,
JOHN F. PHILBBICK, Administratrix
Attorney for Administratrix.
I First publication Oct. 29,1901.J
Notice and Citation Hearing Petition
for Appointment of Guardian
for Incompetent Person.
CTATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Bur
leigh. In County Courts before John F.
In the matter of the guardianship
Murray, an incompetent person,
ng, petitioner, vs. Mary E. Murray,
Fort, Judge. Ii
of Mary E, Mu
Mabel M. King,
Aaron K. Murray, Hugh M. Murray Earnest O.
Murray, Wendell B. Murray and Mrs. Fred J.
Ceravath, respondents. The State of North
Dakota to Mary E. Murray of th6 town of Men­
oken in the county of Burleigh and stat6 of
North Dakota: You are hereDy notified that
on the 29th day of October,. A. D. 1901. Mabel M.
King presented to this court her verified peti­
tion alleging that by reason of paralysis yon
are mentally incompetent to manage your prop­
erty, or to properly take care of yourself, and
raying Mabel M. King of the town of
in the county of Burleigh and state of
North Dakota, be appointed guardian of your
person and estate and you are further notified
that the 21st day of November, A.D. 1901, at the
hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of that
day, at the court rooms of this court, in the city
of Bismarck in the county of Burleigh and state
of North Dakota, have been appointed as the
time and place of hearing said petition. And
you are hereby cited and required'to then and
thero appear and attend before this court and
show cause, if any there be, why you should not
be found and adjudged to be mentally incom­
petent to manage your property and properly
take care of yourself, and why said Mabel M.
King should not be appointed gurrdian of your
person and estate.
Dated October 29,1901.
By the Court,
SEAL JOHN F. FOBT,
Fall good and would- especially call your Attention to the following Goods: 8
SkirtSj Jackets, Shoes, Hosiery, Women's, Men's and Children's Underwear. ft
Judge of the County Court.
JOHN F. PHILBBICK,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Men's Gloves at—
A genuine Buck Skin Glove at..
Men's hand made Gloves, at.....
A E N E
Comforters
Banging in price from 50c, 75c, 85c, Si .00 and up.
Extra Barge Size Comforters at •..
Corsets
We are sole agents for the Celebrated W. B.
Corsets.
Erect Forms, those short and Long Waisted
Corsets.
Try a Girdle for comfort.
F. C. Corsets in-Fancy Colors, White, Drab
and Black, at 5
Women's Underwear
Ladies natural grey Vests, Heavily fleeced and nicely trimmed, at 25c
Ladies' Egyptian cotton Vest? in Ecru and grey, heavily fleeced, at 35c
Ladies' heavy all wool Vests and Pants, in Camels Hair and grey, at Sl.OO
Florence Union Suits, a splendid value at 50c
Children's Underwear
Children's silk fleeced sleeping Garments at 50c
Children's Union suits from 25c up
We show a large assortment of Children's All Wool and Fleeced Underwear
Men's Underwear
Men's heavy Outing Flannel Night Gbwns in all sizes, at 85c
Men's heavy fleeced Underwear, per Suit,at 75c
Men's wool fleeced Underwear, per garment... 50c and 75c
Men's all wool, never shrinking Underwear, per garment.... S1.G0
10r4 heavy fleeced Cotton Blankets, a 60c quality, at..... .43c
Woolbnd Cotton blankets from.. $1.50 up
Pure Lambs wool Blankets at., $3.50, $4.00,85,00 and up
Our Motto: Quick sales and small profits.
iJpne, Night Oply.
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BIG SCENIC SENSATIONS
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Barrel^"M:
The Acme of Stage Realism^
The most Powerful Melo
drama of the century.
A company of unusual merit.
Prices 75c, 50c and 25c. Seats at
Remington's.
The best way to reach Eastern
and Southern cities is via
Chicago
or
St. Louis
via Burlington Route trains.
Leaving Minneapolis on the
Scenic Express in the morn­
ing, there is a 300 mile ride
•along^ the Mississippi, reach­
ing Chicago 9:35 p. m. Leav
ing in the evening on the
Limited, you have the finest
Electric Lighted train in the
world, reaching Chicago 9:25
"next morning. '.
ASK YOUR HOME AGENT
FOR TICKETS VIA THE
BURLINGTON
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BurSington
Route
Sl.OO
15c, 25c and 5%
756
.$1.25 to 81.50

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