1903 JANUARY 1903
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ONB CENT A WORD COLUMN
ANTED -Girl to work at Will's s-eeii ctore.
IXTANTEP-Girl for Rimeral housework. Mrs.
VV j, Taylor. 224 Fourth street.
-pOR KENT—Two furni IkkI rooms, limited
and lighted. Address "02 Second street.
TMR8T CLASS ROOM for rent on Main street
two block* past of Northwest lii'tel. S. D.
•NM)B SALE—Fine businews lot on Mnin street
between Third and Fourth streetB. M. P.
TTMDR RENT-To Ri'iitlemen only, two fur
niahed rooms, corner First street and Ave
POSITION WANTED, in private fumily to do
genaral housework. Leave word at
tal Book store.
T7SOR RENT—Large furnished room with
heat. 38 Bosser street, fout blocks west of
lJ*OR BENT—One front bedroom and sitting
room during legislature. Man and wife
preferred. Apply 508 Second street.
VfEN—Our catalogue explains how we teach
barber tiade in short time. Mailed free.
Moler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn.
VI/ANTED-Faithful person to travel for well
established bouse in a few counties, call
ing on retail merchants and agents. Local ter
ritory. Salary *li24 a roar and expenses, pay
able 119.70a week in cash and
Position permanent. Business successful and
rushing. Standard House, 331 Dearborn St.,
\XTANTED—A trustworthy gentleman or lady
%V in each county to manaxe Imsiiims for an
old established house of solid financial stand
ing. A straight, Ihiiih tide weekly salary of
$18.00 paid by check each Wednesday with all
expenses direct from headquarters. Money ad
vanced for expenses. Mauager, 350 Caxtou
P. E. BYRNE
Official Abstracter of Titles
ron BudLtiOM County
Abstracts guaranteed by bouil of $5,000.
Telephone 98 THIRD ST., BISMARCK, N. D.
Money to Loan
First Nat'i, Bask Block
And Security Bonds.
t'liime 15. First Natl Hank H-x.k
I N I E O A
I will deliver to any part of
the city Wilton Li«nito Coal
For $2.45 Per Ton.
C. A. Burton, Agt.
Oflice with Bismarck A Washburn LumlierCo.
Wholesale au(} Retail
Cured by the use of Kodol are received dally.
Their troubles nearly all begin with lndig«i»
Hon or other stomach disorder.
Thls famous remedy puts the stomach and
digestive organs In a healthy condition to
that rich, red blood Is sent coursing through
the veins and arteries of every muscle, tissue
and fiber throughout every organ of the en
tire body, and by Nature's law of health, ful'
strength and vigor is soon restored to each.
endured. After a time I would take It but
once a day. and now, while I keep a bottle
handy, I seldom need It, as It has cured me.
Mas. J. W. Coolbauom. Milo Center, N. Y.
bdol Digests What You Eat.
Bottlesoalr Sl.OOSin holdfaw 3K ttaMtfcatiW
rise, wkleb sell*
Erapari* by E. O. DeWITTftOO., ONKMOO
Sudden Death—The 5-months~old
son of Andrew Fetch died yesterday
and will be interred in the Catholic
Ice Rink a Wreck—The recently
constructed ice rink inciosure is a
wreck since its conflicts with Tues
Governor's Menage Governor
White's message will be delivered to
the joint session of the house and
Ten-Pound Boy—Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Walker rejoice in the birth of a 10
pound boy, who arrived at the
Walker home yesterday morning.^
.Suffers From Illness—William Webb
Jr., has been confined to his home for
several days with a light illness but
expects to be about in a day or so.
Recess Likely—It is likely a recess
of the legislature will be agreed upon
between the house and senate Satur
day or Monday next, for a week.
Executive Committee—rThe inau
gural bal! committee will meet to
night at 7:15 at the office of General
E. A. Williams. Important business.
Miss Bartholomew Injured—During
the recent severe storm Miss Bar
tholomew severely sprained her ankle
while going from the high school to
The New Literary Club—The new
Literary club will meet Monday, Jan.
12. at 4 p. m. with Mrs. Charles Foster.
Members will please be present as the
new books will be distributed.
Has New Tailor—The Boston Cloth
ing company, of this city, has secured
the services of an up-to-date tailor
who has quarters in their large store
and is ready to please the public.
Damage to Wires—The electric
lighting and telephone wires through
out the city suffered a great deal of
damage from the storm and much re
pairing will be necessary to again
have them in good working order.
River Ice Broken—The severity of
Tuesday's wind was so great that river
crossing has become unsafe. Great
blocks of ice have uppheaved and
there'are many air holes that devel
oped in the past two days. No cross
ing of the river is being attempted.
New Carriages—John White has re
ceived a fine new hack which he put
into service yesterday. It is of the
finest and is a most valuable addition
to the hack service of the city. He
also received a fine new surrey, which,
as the other, is being utilized as a
hack during the session.
Sad Death—Mrs. E. J. Fields died
yesterday afternoon at her home east
of the city after a three week's ill
ness. The mother leaves a little
daughter of three years and a baby
of three weeks. The sympathy of t!
community is with the bereaved hus
band and motherless little ones.
Accidentally Shot—Arlic, the young
son of John Huber. of this city, left
the hospital yesterday, where he has
been for several days. While hunting
for rabbits on Apple creek he acci
dentally discharged a twenty-two cal
iber rifle, the ball fracturing the lower
jaw bone and taking out a tooth.
Plate Glass in Danger—Plate glass
windows in several of the more ex
posed stores in the city were stayed
in various ways Tuesday as a pre
ventative from possible destruction.
Some with extra bars braced from the
floor with ladders and others by cord
ing flour close by them—no idle pre
Notice of Meeting—James B. Mc
Pherson Post, No. 2 and W. R. C. No.
7 will hold joint installation Thurs
day evening, Jan. 8, at 8 o'clock. All
members of the post and their fam
ilies, corps and their families, and all
visiting comrades are cordially Invited
to attend. By order of Nicholas Dock
endorf. commander: W. A. Bentley.
Dealers in Coal, Wood, Ice and
Corner third and Broadway
^BISMARCK, X. D.^
Force of the Wind The force of the' c)Ver"
offices. A large brick vault has been
built at the rear of the building and
an entrance made connecting it with
one of the rooms of the main buld
lng. During the wind the main build
ing settled away from the vault about
If the food you eat falls to give strength an inch and a half.
to your body, it is because the juices so
crated by the stomach and digestive organs Train Service Disturbed—Northern
ara inadequate to transform the nutrient prop- Pacific trains were all delayed Tues
erties of the food Into blood. That la day night and orders were sent along
The system Is deprived of the the line to clear no freights till further be may Include things which might
amount of nourishment required to keep up
the strength, and the result is that one oi
more of the delicate organs gradually grows
weak, and then weaker, until finally It is
diseased. Here a great mistake is made.
That of treating the diseased organ. Tha
best doctors in the land make this very
mistake. Why should they It is so easy
to see that the trouble Is not thera.
orders owing to the fierceness of the|
avaim.MH .... v? progress the world has made
St. Paul over which both the Northern ,, ...
Pacific and the Western Union were
working. There were none west of
elder lady to board the train they
were not only rudely treated by the
trainman, but he went so far as to
lay hands on one of the ladies to force
her back from the train.
Meeting of the Item Club—The Item thouRht
Kodoi cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all club held its second meeting for the and upces. I declare, there's a sitflit of
atomach disorders. season in the hospitable paprlors of things to be thankful for."
I have taken Kodol for nearly two montha the Clark farm Jan. 2. The host was!
after each meal and it is the only remedy: the proprietor, Mr. C. D. King, R. F. I Lost His Nerve.
that gave relief from the terrible paina I. King and family having gone to their I Those who climb mountains fre-
new home near McKenzie. Mrs. Mabel
King acted as chairman. There was
an elaborate musical prpogram ren
dered in connection with the Items
and addresses appropriate to the new
year. Among the musicians were Mim
Rogers and Meadamea Fred Welch,
Vint Craven and K. V. King. The
speakers included Miss Margaret and
Miss Grace Cravath, Mrs. Rapplee and
Mrs. Eva Ross, Dr. Bentley. Miss Hebe
Wells and others. Out of town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Cravath and daugh
ters from Audubon, Minn. Mrs. Orson
Murray and family, from Hebron, N.
D., and Dr. Bentley, from Bismarck.
The most flowery and brilliant con
tribution of the evening was from
Mrs. Charles Rogers, of McKenzie.
Inaugural Ball Tickets—Tickets for
the Inaugural ball will be on sale at
the following down town business
places: P. C. Remington's, R. D.
Hoskins', E. S. Beardsley's and E. G.
Patterson's drug store. Tickets for
the gallery will be on sale at the
capitol the night of the ball. All per
sons are urged to buy their ball tick
ets down town to avoid possible con
fusion at the capitol.
Had Narrow Escape—Dr. Boden
stab, of New Salem, after missing
train No. 3 yesterday, attempted to
drive to Mandan. While crossing the
river at the point constantly used
since the freezing up, the team
broke through the ice, carrying the
rig and the doctor with it. While
attempting to reach shore the doctor
broke through twice. The team and
rig were saved by hard work.
BISMARCK DAILY TEIBUNB: THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1908.
,yfar heing another good year
any serious losses unless other than
very exceptional misfortune befalls.
The Marston Ranch—Hugh Marston,
of Medina, who with his father, J. D.
Marston, operates a large cattle ranch
on the border between Kidder and
Stutsman counties north of Crystal
Springs, yclept "Marston Moor," was!
a brief sojourner in the city yesterday,
enroute to Winona. The Marstons lo
cated on this ranch ten years ago
GOV. AND MRS. WHITE RECEIVE.
Governor and Mrs. White Receive in
Honor of Their Friends at the Ex
Governor and Mrs. White received
last night in honor of guests at the
executive mansion. Receiving were
Governor and Mrs. White. Mr. and
pleasing affairs at the executive man
sion of which Governor and Mrs.
White have been the host and hostess.
been saved by its
Indignant at Brakeman—The ladies on her face.
of the Maccabees of this city who were
at the trail. Monday night to bid fare
well Mrs. Lewis and her mother. I ^ood. There's li^htii'iic. now. If it
are justly indignant at the treatment
Mrs. McKenzle, of Mandan, visited
in the city yesterday.
O. H. Bookwalter, of Wilton, was in
the city yesterday.
Miss Baird returned last night from
Mandan, where she has been visiting
Cid Taylor has accepted a position
with R. D. Hoskins for the two months
of the session.
George Game, of Jamestown, who
has been visiting in the city, returned
Representatives Fried and Beck
went to Jamestown on the afternoon
W. S. Parkin, the well known Stand
ing Rock Indian trader, is among the
visitors in the city.
Miss Myrtle Brown left for Thief
River Falls last night. She has taken
a position in the school there.
Sheriff Twichell, of Cass county,
was an arrival Tuesday night and vis
ited his old friends in the senate ye»
Ed Demars, an expert barber of St,
Paul, has accepted a position at the
Grand Pacific barber shop, where cus
tomers are assured of first class work.
Charles Corey and Leo Cunningham
left last night for Minneapolis, where
they have secured positions with the
Minneapolis Telephone compapny.
Stock Not Suffering—Reports from
the country indicate that the stock
throughout the county are not suf
fering from the effects of the recent
storm as there was no snow to speak
of and plenty of shelter and hay. Al- his killing his wife at Missoula, was
though there has been but little or noj Just prior to the affair employed in
snow so far this season considerable the Bismarck steam laundry and is
feeding has been done and the cattle I well spoken of by the proprietors,
and sheep are in first class condition.
L. H. Mott, of whom The Tribune
has published recently the account of
with lots of hay there Is no danger of afternoon to meet the members of his
Death Rate Decreasing.
The 190ft census shows a decrease
of 10 per cent in the general death came dissatisfied with the outcome, and
rate. The decline in Consumption is is endeavoring to find a remedy
more marked than any other disease.
Many causes are attributed, but it is
safe to say that Dr. King's New Dis- More Riots.
wind of Ttiesdnv in demon»trntpH in Colds is responsible for this decline, nearly as grave as an individual dis
pecullar way at the W &
Taylor, of the department
public instruction, left yesterday
family at Fargo and will return with
them to the city today, when they
will go to housekeeping in the Quain
cottage on Fourth street.
There are Only a Few Cases of
Smallpox in Linton.
Editor Streeter writes from Wil
liamsport as follows: "In a recent
when the senior member was general Northwest quarter.
r» i. issue of a Bismarck paper occurs the All of...
Weetlialf and southeast quartur...
baggage agent of the Rock Island road,
and subsequently Mr. Marston, partly I following article: 'The hotel has
owing to impaired health, and to give been closed, and mail carriers are the I
closer attention to his ranch business, only persons permitted to enter and a]i of.
severed his connection with the rail
road. Last spring they lost 229 head
of cows and steers, about fiO per cent
of their herd, by having them drift
into a large lake during the March
blizzard. They immediately restocked
the ranch with about 200 steers and
next spring will add about 300 more.
leave the town.'
"The newspaper is not to blame for
publishing the above, for the same
rumor has beer, current in niapv parts
ot this .'ountv. But, as Mark Twain
said of the statement of liis death,
The report is grossly exaggerated'
There are cases of smallpox, diph-
"Marston Moor" is an ideal ranch loca- theria and scarlet fever in this town, I
tion and its owners are well satisfied
with their vocation, as well from finan
cial considerations as from those of
health and comfort in living.
but they are of the mildest form
imaginable, and all are nearly well.
In fact, with one or two exceptions,
none of the patients has been sick
enough to take to his bed. There
are outsiders coming to and going
from town every day, and there is
no quarantine except that of the
houses where the sick people reside.
There have been no new cases for
some time, and quarantine of the
buildings in which there are cases
at present can soon be safely re
o'clock and continued till about 10, a
large number passing through the par
lors during the evening
In the back parlor Misses Carson
and Mudgett served frappe.
In the dining room a dainty
luncheon was served, Mrs. McGllli
vray pouring coffee. Misses Ara Wag
goner and Winchester and Mrs. A. T.
Patterson and Miss Florence Satter
During the entire evening Oard's
orchestra discoursed pleasing music
from above stairs
through the court.
Consumption. Coughs and Disturbances of strikers are not
extent. Many a life has order of the system. Overwork, loss
When man begins to count his
Messing**, he can generally tiud plenty
to be thankful for. although sometimes
gale, and the condition of telegraph together joyous.
service. At night but one wire was "I'm thinking about the wonderful
available for use between here and ,m(1
be regarded by other people as al
ski til for."
It is wonderful," admitted her niece,
Seems as 1 everything turned to |,onnr(
ha(In-t t|,at- ll(.v,.r
received at the hands of an ill-man-1 |,aye ila,i (bose tine rods on ilie house
nered brakeman. While assisting the
nn(, lunl th |t mnktl |||(l
I and Throat troubles. It's positively liable remedy is immediately em
guaranteed by P. C. Remington, drug
gist. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
in her old I purchasing either type-setting or iine-
stuffed chair, with a pair .f knitting casting machines. But it is rasping to
needles in her hands and a placid smile
nerves, when one gets to the
a thunderstorm. And there's smallpox.
If it hadn't been for that, we never
should have known the lile-sings of
vaccination, and if there hadn't I wen
ployed. There's nothing so efficient
to cure disorders of the Liver or Kid
neys as Electric Bitters. It's a won
derful tonic, and effective nervine and
the greatest all around medicine for
run down systems. It dispels Ner
vousness. Rheumatism and Neuralgia
and expels Malaria germs. Only ilOc
and satisfaction guaranteed by C.
Linotype Reform Wanted.
Emmons County Record: The Rec
ord likes to see the evidence of pros
perity shown by the state dailies in
bowels of an interesting article, to see
a 18,art ln on
... else, or, poronance, make solemn an-
nearsighted folks nolxoiv would have V1®, °"ler state newspapers that do a
thought to invent .nnunifying glasses
quently find the dizzy depths too much
for them and lose their nerve. Such
is also the experience of those who
neglect their stomachs or bowels. Self
preservation demands Dr. King's Nev,
Life Pills. They are gentle, but thor
ough. Only 25c, at P. C. Remington's,
that gqxz*&!f?fl had come
to pass. Is this carelessness, or can't
it he prevented? Now. there's The
Tribune—has two Merganthalere that j111:20"•
—even when overloaded with heavy
charges of journalistic grape and can
ister directed at the new gang—don't
scatter. And, if The Tribune can make
its machines follow copy, why can't
daily 8,unt follow U,e
Call on us
North half and sonthwust quarter....
West one half
North half and southeast quarter...
Webb Brothers will have cut
Mrs. Fred White, of Chicago, brother ers for the Inaugural ball,
and sister-in-law of the governor. Mrs.
Cox, sister of Mrs. White, Miss Car- CLAIM MISUSE OF LEASE.
sons and Miss Mudgett, of Valley City,
The guests began arriving about 9
judge Winchester Issues an Order to
Peake & Broodj sh
Judge Winchester issued an order to
Peake & Broodie returnable Saturday,
to show cause why an injunction
should not be Issued against them in
the case of Seethof vs. Peake &
Moodie wherein the former claim a
misuse of a lease granted the latter.
Having adjoining sections of land, iot:i
sections bearing coal, the latter parties
leased the adjoining property for a
term of years for the exprpessed pur-
The reception was one of the many pose of mining the coal thereon and
paying for the same at the rate of
8 cents per ton. A shaft was sunk on
the parcel of land leased and some
coal mined. Later the coal seems to
owned by the lessees or at least so
badly confused that Mr. Seethof be-
Winter is approaching.
Save fuel and be comfortable.
Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co.
Yards at Bismarck, Wilton, Washburn.
Qeneral Office and Yard at Bismarck.
M. PYE & CO
Insure Anything Insurable
When your friends ask you to go on their bonds, send them to us.
We are Qeneral Agents for the
VI S. Fidelity arid Guaranty Company
Best on earth, and can bond them.
OFFICE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLOCK
•ISMARCK, N. D.
BURLEIGH COUNTY LANDS
CKTT. 8. TO6E P. A
ot. MOb. aiur
Bismarck, Washburn 6c Great
Falls Hallway Co.
Official Timo Card No. 13. Taking effort at
6 a. m, Monday, February l/t!i, 190*J.
Daily except 8uuday.
No. 1. Mle. Stations. No. 'J
30a» m. 0.. Lv.. BiMnarck t. Ar. 8:00 p.m.
9:10 a. m.
9 r»U a. m.
10. Lv.. Arnold..
18.. Lv. Haldwin
The Plot Thickens.
But that has nothing to do with the
fact that there is not a hotter Salve
on earth than Rucklen's Arnica Salve.,
It's a reliable cure for Rums, Rmises*
Cuts. Corns, Sores and Salt Rheum
Tried and tested and proved infalli
ble for Piles. Only 25c. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded by P.
0. Remington, druggist.
Call at Webb Brothers Friday morn
ing and see the display of cut flowers.
10:30a.m. 27 Lv.Wilton .. Ar.
a Lv.Kooaowlt— Lv
m. 40 Ar..\Vafthburn.,t.Lv
a Htop ou hitfual.
t\ V. Ki'KELS,
Township Bange Aores
110 75 840
110 75 4(0
1S» 77 320
1K» 78 640
139 78 :30
143 79 160
143 77 640
143 78 480
142 7# 160
13ft 76 480
139 79 6.0
139 79 640
l.'fli 80 320
13M 77 A40
13ft 77 640
lit* 77 330
13ft 78 480
adjacent to STEELE:
Township Kiuiffe Acres
140 73 IflO
140 74 H40
140 74 ti40
14(1 74 320
140 74 .130
These lands are all early helectioiis and are the best lands in the market.
For price, terms and II I PU O Al I FU Webb Building,
particulars enquire of MLLkll Ot MLLEilwj Bismarck, N. D.
PHELPS THE JEWELER 1
Practical Watchmaker and Optician I
Careful attention given to the repairing of fine watches
and tit ting of glasses.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. Silverware, Pianos and Organs.
We carry the celebrated Davenport and Tracy Pianos and
We sell on the instalment plui. Call and see our goods.
C. H. PHELPS,
Main St., Opposite Postoffice. BISHARCK.
No. 1. North 8*1 Limited
No I'ttciiic Ex| r«p.
No. 2. North Congt Limited
No. 4. Atlantic Kxpn***
Lv.i:20 p. m.
t. Lv.l :'i0 p. m.
Lv.l :11 ji m.
1^ :4Tj p. m.
12:15 p. m.
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No. 01', n.-tl)oiinl..
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