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/iSTf to.FW U#t 0&V INSURE WITH D. ED1CK-NEW YORK LIFE E. BYRNE Official Abstracter of Titles FOR BURLEIGH COUNTY Abstracts guarauteed by bond of $5,000. Telephone 96 TpiRD ST„ BISMARCK, N. D. C. I). EDIOK 1 JT INSURANCE And Security Bonds. Phone 15. FIBST NAT t, BANK BIY ICK ALLEN & COCHRANE ATTORNEYS AT LAW MCKENZIE BLOJK A. T. PATTERSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Money to Loan GOE FIRST NAT'L BANK BLOCK Commission Company (Incorporated Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 General office 502-3-4-5-6, Bank of Com. Bl'd'g, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Grain, Provisions, Stocks and Bonds Bonght and sold for cash, or on margin, for future delivery. Ship your grain to us. We will buy from you on track to arrive,'or by samples. Liberal advances on Consign ments. We own and operate the most extensive private wire system in the United States. Write us for our book on successful specu lation. Tt is free. Reference: 96 national and state banks. CITY 0PPIC8: 38 & ao, First National Bank Bld'g BLSflARCK, F. L. KING, Mapager. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. METHODIST EPISCOPAL Services at' M. E. church every Sunday. preaching 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Sunday schoel 12:15 p.m. J. P. Jackson, Superintendent. Junior League 4 p. m. Mrs. L. L. Miller, superintendent. Epworth Leagued 6:30 !p. m. Miss Edna Boucher, president. Prayer-meeting every Wednesday 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend these services. J. S. MILLER, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH First Presbyterian Church, corner 72d and Thayer streets. Rev. A. W HayeB, pastor. Services every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock evening at 8:00. Sunday School at 12:15^m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8:00*. Singing clasB Thursday evening at 8.00. All are welcome. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday, July 6, Feast of the Precious Blood First Mass at 8:15, celebrated by Rev. Father Simon. High Mass and sermon by Rev. Father Lew is. O. S. B. Sunday school 2 o'clock. Young Ladies' Sodality meeting and Bene' diction at 7:30. ms&m "V Oenuine Imported Quadruple Coated Stransky-Steel Ware. A little higher in price, but outlasts a dozen pieces of so called cheap enam eled ware. 1 A Church of St. George, Rector Rev. A. A. Joss, Morning service at 10:45 Sunday school at 12 o'clock. No evening service. ,v FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Regular services will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a. Sunday school 12:15 p. B. Y, P. U. prayer- meeting 7.00 p. m. and preaching service at 8:00. P. N. Nystrom, pastor. vi. BEWARE! Other wares look like it, butthe genu ine has the name Stransky-Steel Ware on each jjiece. Do not be deceived. First prize at 16 International Exhi bitions. Highest award at World's Columbian Exhibi tion,Chicago. Pre ferred by the best cooking authori ties, certified to by the most famous chemists for purity and durability, ft is cheapest because BEST. We have a complete line of these goods in both colors, blue and brown. -PL0WB1NG flfiD HEflllNG. Up-to-Date Hardware Dealers, GRAMBS BBOS BISMARCK, NORTH insunsstnsurxsu rSln=Jrs=Jr=ir=ir=a Wholesale and Retail -J: ...OROCERS... Dealers in Coal, Wood, Ice and .. ".-Qrain, Corner third and Broadway in^^r^)^GssnsafsaisEim\ WEATHER. Maximum temperature today 83. Minimum temperature today 56. Forecast for 24 hours for North Dakota ending tomorrow night at 8 o'clock: Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday with possibly local showers. Mrs. A. C. MeGillivraiy has returned from Fargo. Dr. C. C. Young came in on the noon train from Chicago. Mi*s. R. Li. Best returned, on the noon train from Jamestown. Mrs. Strauss returned Thursday aft ernoon from Dickinson. Mrs. B. H. Bronsom has received word of the death of her father. L. 'C. Pettibone, of Dawson, was among the guests in the city today. State Superintendent Devine return ed yesterday from La Moure count} Louis Joss, son of Rev. and Mrs. Joss, returned to the city yesterday. Insurance Commissioner Leutz was a west bound passenger on the Fourth. General Williams and his daughter Matilda have returned from the Bast Get your seats reserved at Reming ton's for "Too Rich to Marry'' com pany tonight. The members of company A will re port at the armory at 9 o'clock tomor row morning. Mrs. C. H. Phelps expects a visit in a few days from her brother and wife, of New York. Mils. Allan Osborne, of Jamestown, has been visiting relatives in the city the past week. Go and see the "Too Rich to Marry" company at the Atheneum tonight don't come late. Miss Mentin Oatlln, of Mount Ver non, Iowa, is at the land office today filing on a homestead near? Work has begun on the Fifth street sidewalks, and 'is being pushed from MMn street north on'the west side of the street. Albert Dollenmayer, of Minneapolis, and D. W. Casseday, of the Soo road, were west bound passengers yesterday en route to the coast. Mr. C. M. Thompson and S. Sher jnan, of Tower City, ajre spending a few days in the city the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Marshall. John P. Dyas, general agent for the great buffalo and wild west shows," consolidated, is in the city making ar rangements for the appearance of this attraction in the future. Sheriff Twichell, of Cass county, is among the guests in thje city today. He is en route to the Pacific coast after an offender wanted at Fargo and stop ped to get requisition papers. Sterling also celebrated the Fourth as usual, and at McKenzie there was large gathering of the residents and the men engaged on the new grade of the N. P. to Linton. The day was given up to sports of an athletic na ture. Washington Post: Mrs. Fred Den nett and children, accompanied by the Misses McKenzie, daughters of the Hon. Alexander McKenzie, of North Dakota, 'have taken a cottage and are spending the summer on the Jersey coast. The "Too Rich to Marry" company arrived on this afternoons train and will play at the Atheneum tonight. Ar thur Smith and Miss Emmison, who •played 1i ere with Bittners Theatre com pany two years ago, are with the com pany. On next Tuesday evening the ladies of the Presbyterian church will give an informal reception for Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Hayes, ait the home of Mrs. C. W. Waiggomer. A cordial invitation is extended to every one to attend and give the new comers a hearty wel come. Mrs. Truesdale met with an accident this morning at the Moore residence on Third street. She slipped and fell in the yard, breaking her thigh. She How Delicious! •f DAKOTA Is one of the many remarks of the same kind we happen to overhear these dayB. Of course they mean our Soda Water* Our Soda & r-il bf, .Is as cold as ice and perfect cooling devices can make it. We use only^^m^m i^ure fruit juices in making £|our Syrups. Prompt and courteous attention at our fountain at all times. E. G. Patterson & Co., JPiyjfltfotjy-,. PhonaNo. a am •J A sWSrf sW BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: *CREAM PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. was taken to the hospital this morn ing. The injured lady is 7i years of age, and the injury is a severe one at her age. The Washburn company was award ed the contract to supply the James town asylum with coal at $3 a ton. There were two other bidders, the Lehigh and Kenmare companies. Con tracts for butter were also let to a number of farmers at from 18 to 20 cents per pound. Company A will leave Monday for the encampment of the state militia at Devils Lake. The offiers of the company will be E. G. Gorsuch, cap tain S. H. Newcomer, first lieutenant, and J. ,L. Peterson, second lieutenant. There will be forty-eight men in the company during the encampment. The officials of tslie land offie have received word that two additional clerks will be supplied to assist with the increased work. Other changes will be made in the arrangements of the office to make it more convenient to attend to the rush of business. Miss Alice Fisher has been given a year's leave of abisence by the Fargo board of education for further study. She intends to go to the Columbia Teacher's College, New York City. Miss 'Laura Sanderson, of the Bismarck schools, toas been elected in her place without application on her part. Miss Sanderson is regarded among the teachers of the state as one of the very best engaged in primary work. Farmer Hibbs was in tttie city today. He reports a glorious celebration at Menoken on the Fourth, with Dr. W. A. Bentley as orator of the day. The farmers and other families gathered from 'every direction .and enjoyed a genuine basket picnic. There was a base ball match in which the McKen zie club worsted the Menoken'boys, and other sports. In the evening a dance was given at the Clarke barn. Superintendent C. C. Schmidt, of Jamestown, passed through the city on Thursday evening on his way home from Dickinson, where he held an in stitute. He was accompanied by Miss Sara Roberts, who is in the state do ing work for the summer schools. She has spent a part of this year at the Cook county normal school, taking ad vance work. Miss Roberts is consid ered the best primary instructor in the state and is in great demand for all the summer schools. General and Mrs. E. S. Miller left this afternoon for Fargo, whence tihey will take the train for the militia en campment grounds at Devils Lake. General Miller will be on the ground early and see that evf-rvthlng is in shape for the troops when they come. Captain F. W. Moore, of the Twenty first infantry, Fort Snelling, has been BAKING POWDffi For a third of a century Ameri can housewives have found Dr. Price's Baking Powder invaria bly a guarantee of pure, delicious and wholesome food. Always makes the perfect biscuit, cake and bread. funeral.<p></p>Kodol ft* SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1902. 7 ng powders made from alum auier harsh, cai NOTE.—Baking and other harsh, caustic acids are lower in price,but inferior in work and injurious to the stomach. detailed to attend the encampment as the United States army officer and has notified General Miller that he will, re port here the. first of the week. Henry Richolt was about the only sufferer from a Fourtili of July explo sion. He was freezing ice cream back of the store when a reckless kid threw a giant cracker near him. It explod ed and as a result he has a badly bruised eye. The flesh was torn and disoolore^, and his glasses wifbe shat tered by the force of the explosion. It was a narrow escape from the loss of an eye, and shows the danger of the reckless kid with the giant cracker. There should be a law that no fire cracker should be sold—larger than the kid who .wants to purchase it—to prevent further accidents of this kind. J. P. Dunn, who has been enjoyinfe a rural existence on his McLean coun ty ranch, is spending a few days in the city, having just returned from an ex tended trip througlh Mercer and Oliver counties. This old Missouri slope pio neer expresses himself as greatly amazed at the wonderful development of Mercer county, particularly, as well as at the' resources of the county em braced in it. Coal, limestone rock and timber are abundant and the soil is of excellent quality and lays well. The topography of the county being so level that the drive of 50 miles north from New Salem is easily made in five hours. He thinks that 3C(i German farmers in six townships in Mercer county produce more grain than all the rest of the slope country. NEED MORE HELP. Often the over-taxed organs of di gestion cry out for help by Dyspepsia's pains, Nausea. Dizziness, Headaches, liver complaints, bowel disorders. Suoli troubles call for prompt use of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They are gentle, thorough and guaranteed to cure. 25c at P. C. Remington's drug store. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the De gree of Honor this evening at S o'clock to make arrangements jfor attending the funeral of- Sister Semling. CATHERINE RITCHEY, C. of H. WORKMEN WILL MEET. There will be a special meeting of workmen at their hall this evening at S o'clock. All members required to be present. J. H. NEWTON, M. W. Attention, Knights of Pythias! A joint meeting of tthe Woodmen, Degree of Honor and K. ofP.'s will be held in A. 0. U. W. hall tonight at 8 oNclock sharp, to make arrangements tor at tendance at the feite Mrs. Semltng's DyspepsiaCuro When the stomach is diseased, all the other organs suffer. That is why fatal diseases of the heart, liver, kidneys and lungs are so often the direct result of indigestion and other stomach troubles. Thenar of KODOL DYSPKPSIA CURB, which digests what you rat, because it contains all the natural digestants. jfives the stom ach perfect rest while allowing you to eat all the good food you want. It never falls to cure the worst forms of stomach trouble. It oan't help but do you good Prepared by E. 0. DeWitt & Oo., Chicago. The 11. bottle contains 2H tlxnes the 60c. six* The favorite household rei throat and te household remedy for coughs, colds, croup bronchitis, grippe, lung troubles is ONE MINUTE Cough Cur*. It euros quickly At E. G. PatteTBon'a drug store. mmw« for WI 0 it you 'fix Ik-Si? "W O-' •A TEIBBEOADWACYKand PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS If you can't come, telephone No. 9. ...First National Bank BISHABOK, N. D. ESTABLISHED IN 1879. C. B. LITTLE, Pres. P. D. KEXDBICK, Vice Pres. S. M. PYE, Cashier. 4n»ffiO vvrsi*. NEW STOCK OF AND Building Material We are headquarters for Door and Window Screens, also the largest stock of Fir, Cedar, Spruce and Pine Lumber in the city. Ca}l and get prices and compare stock. Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co. Yards at Bismarck, Wilton, Washburn. General Office and Yard at Bismarck. Do not read this If you are In love With Miss High Price or engaged to Miss Old Style. We give reasonable prices to all without distinction. Our line of Watches are beyond comparison. A better assortment of Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks and Knives can not be found in the larger cities. Our Pins, Broaches, and Chains are carefully selected, and deliv ered to you at prices that will please. We are headquarters for Watch and Clock Repairing. We do all kinds of Engraving and Stone Setting. We test your eyes with good Glasses at a reasonable price. J. B. COOK & CO., The new town of McKenzie will soon be the junction of the North ern Pacific apd the branch running south to join the Milwaukee road. In effect it will be the junction of the Milwaukee and Northern Pa cific, where transfer of freight and passengers will be made and ship ments of cattle, grain and other products will be heavy at this point. It ought to be a good town. It will be an important point. The northwest quarter of Section 33-139-77, adjoining the town, is sale at only $20 an acre. It can be platted and some lots will bring more than the cost of an acre. This offer good for 30 days. Then there are three quarters in 29-139-77—the north half and south west quarter—that I can sell for 810 an acre. Also all of sections 19 21 and 23, in 139-71, Kidder county, at 810. These are all selected lands, the very best to be found, when the whole region was vacant to select from. Write or apply for terms to J. L. BELL, Asst Cash. CAPITAL, $100,000. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Business Transacted 5'-a'"* Fourth St!"*'#r# °ptic,*nm TSlSPllOIIB NOi I I I LUMBER. I have now on hand a complete stock of Lumber and Lath also, Sash, poors and Moulding, Lime, Wall Plaster and Cement. Will fill your orders promptly—no matter how small or how large. My experience as Contractor and Builder will be at your service in fnrnisbing estimates on* buildings. H. C. RHUD COlTTEiLCTOE -5. IfcT BT7ILDEB Third Street, Bismarck, N. D. Some Bargains in Land PETER WILCOX? Bismarck, N. D. Not a Fad Nature's own Cure. THE tiORRIEN BATH Proper food and proper bathing: make a secure foundation for continued good health. Drop in some time and look at them. T^oVrrereWachin ONLY $2.00 Beardsley & Finney I The Tribune gives the News Subscribe for the Tribune ATHENEUM Saturday $r 3 $ 1 1 3 -%r4 5 ONE-JOLLY NIGHT-ONE THAT FUNNY COMEDY. ii Too Rich to Marry" FOB LAUGHING PURPOSES ONLY. Seats will be on sale at Remington's, Thurs day morning. Prices—^l, 75 and 50 cents.