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Stomach weak
Bowels Consti­
pated or Liver
and Kidneys
Inactive?
Then don't neg­
lect the matter.
Nature needs
assistance and
the Bitters be­
ing a cure's
remedyforthese
ailnientsis sure­
ly the medecine
you need.
fefc -STOMACH A
Fitters
It positively
cures. Try it
A good ice box for sale.
Bismarck Machine shop.
Inquire at
Soo Excursion—The "Soo" will have
an excursion to the Twin Cities June
8th. $11.00 for the round trip. For
further information see Ticket Agent.
ONE CENT A WORD COLUMN
"DH)R RENT—2 furnitheil rooms, apply 20H 3rd
-T Street.
WANTED—GirlAsa
for general house work. Ap­
ply to Mrs. Patterson, Fourth street.
T7*L'KNISHED ROOMS—A11 new and medern
conveniences, ('all at residence corner 7th
•treet and Ave. A, Mrs. E. C. Taylor.
ISSiZF.WITI C.I. tllCI—SEW VMI LIFE
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
P. E. BYRNE
Official Abstracter of Titles for Bur­
leigh County.
Abstracts guaranteed by bond of $5,000
Tel. 96. 3rd St.. BISMARCK. N. D.
A. J. HEDRIX,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Geuerpl practitioner in State and Federal
Courts.
Registered attorney before U.S. Interior De­
partment and Land Ollice.
Office with J. P. HoHKixmi Bismarck, N. D.
tint) Main St.. Tel. i:v»
A. T. PATTERSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MONEY TO LOAN
First National Bank Block.
C. D. EDICK
INSURANCE
and Security Bonds.
Phone 15 First Nat'l Bank Block
DRAY AND TRANSFER COMPANY,
G. C. Wachter, Mgr.
All orders for storage and transfer
work given prompt attention.
Coal and Wood for 8ale.
'Phone 1-8-7. Opposite N. W. Hotel.
As Good as Gold
and
As Cheap as Dirt
Indications point to a bumper crop
which insures more settlers and in­
creased land values.
We have a good quarter section,
well located which we will sell for
half its value, must be taken at once.
Price $4.00 an acre, terms
half cash.
CONKLIN BROTHERS,
Tol 71 Bismarck, X. D.
Room'10. First'N'atiooal Bank Block.
NO INTEREST
We clianjfl you no interest for cairying
Ion# stocks. If you are paying interest to
others you are throwing money away.
C0E
COMMISSION
O A N
(Incorporated.)
Capital and Surplus: $300,000.
Grain, Provisions,
Stocks and Bonds.
Bought ani sold for easli or
on niargiu for futurn delivery.
Mocks, 4 Per Cent.
omroissioo i.ijc Per Bushel.
5tock*, $i Mare,
ic Buebel.
Margins Required
If you have an account with us, jron can
trade upon it in any of our 130 branch offi­
ces. W refer to 190 at.-ite and national
bonds which are oar depositories.
General Offices, Bank of Commerce
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
a8 »9, First National Bank Bld'g
BISriARCK, N. D.
D. P. LONG, Local Manager.
Percheron Stallion
DUKE
:|wiii bf at my barn on Are. D, batman
8rd and 4th Sta., on Friday and
day of each week. Duke Is an
bred Percheron six yean ol
dark dapple sray, weight 1810
Terms $ 10 to Injurs In foal.
B. 8. PXIBUCB.
THE CITY"
WEATHER.
Probably showers tonight and Fri­
day. Stationary temperature. Max.
82, min. 53.
Gun Club Shoot—Regular gun club
shoot Friday night.
Graduating Exercise—The doors of.
the Atheneum will open for the gradu­
ating exercises at 8:15. Babies in
arms not admitted.
Mrs. Garrett Dead—Mrs. John Gar-'
rett died at her home in the city this
morning, after an illness which has1
extended over a year. She leaves a
husband and family. Funeral will
take place from the Catholic church
at 10 o'clock Saturday morning.
Are Laying Track—The tracklaying
machine was started to work on the
McKenzie-Linton branch of the North­
ern Pacific Tuesday. The tracklaying
will be rushed from now on.
StrickenFrom the Calendar—In dis­
trict court at Grand Forks the old
murder case against Jacob B&ssan
nella was stricken from the calandar.
Bassannella was hanged at Washburn
several months ago and that squared
accounts.
Regular Meeting—The regular meet­
ing of the Ladies' Aid Society of the I
First Baptist church will be held on!
Friday afternoon of this week at thej
home of Mrs. E. Falkenstine on 9th
street. All members are requested to
be present.
Entertained—The Land Sharks paid
their forfeit of a supper to the Holy
Terrors at Homan's cafe last night.
Caterer Honian served an excellent
beefsteak supper and the Land Sharks
and Terrors proved themselves equally
capable in wielding the knife and-fork,
as with the bat.
Will Lay Cornerstone—The corner­
stone of the new addition to the nor­
mal school will be laid with Masonic
ceremonies Tuesday, June 11. W. L.
Stockwell. state superintendent of
public instruction, who is also grand
master of the Masonic order in the the order
state, will have charge and will be as-1 protected
sisted by the Valley City lodge.
Big Increase—Auditor Moorhouse
reports a large increase in the number
of taxpayers in the Third Commission­
er district, in the northern part of the
county. He made provision for a hun­
dred extra names in the assessment
book, and finds that even now he is
about a hundred names over his esti-
mate. This shows the large immigra- McKenzie
tion to the county in the past year.
Prairie Fire Cases—Twenty-seven
cases were filed in the supreme court
today from the district court of Wil­
liams county. They are suits brought
against the Great Northern railroad
•araase done in prairie fires. The
railroad company made application to
the court to order the plaintiffs to
make their complaints more specific
and the court refused to make the or­
der. from which the railroad company
appeals.
Charged With Assault—Joe Skalley,
an Italian who has been working on
the railroad at Apple Creek was taken
into custody by Sheriff Welch last
Profit In Hogs—George Brooks of
Logan township recently sh-'pned to
Chicago a car load of hogs for which
he received $1,180. They were corn
fed and topped the market for that
day. Mr. Brooks has pursued a course
of mixed farming and crop rotation
for several years that has proven high­
ly satisfactory. He now has eighty
thrifty young porkers of this springs'
farrow that are feeding on grcer. bar­
ley, sown for forage purposes. This
they are kept on until the corn begins
to harden, when a small patch is
fenced off and they are turned into it.
and when this is cleaned up anof»«r
small patch is fenced off, and so on
until the corn is ready to harvest,
when they are confined In feeding
pens and finished for market. Mr
Brooks raises a hundred acres of cm
each season that is fed in this manner
with very profitable returns, and the
land that produces it is ready for the
next season's seeding to whea* and
there is no better preparation thi»t can
be given the land for favorable results
In the production of wheat.
The site for the Pennsylvania build­
ing at the World's Fair, St. Lor.ls, has
been allotted on the plateau (states.
Windy
Weather and
A Hot Sun
you use them.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1903
Are apt to be ruinous
to the complexion.
We carry a full line
of.......
EXCELLENT PREPARATIONS
Which will save you
from annoyance if
B. E. JONES, Ph. 0.
Druggist.
Phone No. 5. Bismarck, N. D.
FORMOE GETS THE HAT.
Wins Out in the Membership Con­
test and Land Broker McKenzie
Comes to the Front With a Stetson.
Some time ago P. P. Formoe chal­
lenged M. J. McKenzie to a friendly
contest for the admission of members
"to the A. O. U. W. Each man was to
be assisted by ten others, and the man
whose side scored the fewest new
members was to buy a new hat for
the head of the opposing side. For­
moe is wearing the new hat, and he
says:
"Yes, I got the hat. and of course
it is a Stetson. The Bismarck Lodge
A. O. U. W. is now the Cth largest
lodge in this jurisdiction, and has a
membership of nearly 200. The con­
test just ended resulted in securing
thirty-two men, good and strong, for
shield.
M. J. McKenzie should be given the
credit for this remarkable increase as
he was the only one to accept my chal­
lenge and when I slid ahead in the
contest at the closing hour, he simply
said "Get the hat and I will pay for
1 it." That's what we call a prince of
good fellows and a man of his word.
That is as good as government bond,
was our delegate to grand
lodge and he came home very much
pleased with the grand order he rep­
resented and did all he could to make
Bismarck Lodge a credit to the Capital
City.
It is a good hat and I think a world
of it as it came in such a friendly way.
I also wish to thank all the brothers
that helped me to win the contest."
CITY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
City Board of Equalization Meets on
the Third Tuesday of June to Equal­
ize Assessment o? City Prsnerty.
The city board of equalization
which consists of thp mayor, city au­
ditor and members of the council,
rveets at the city hall on the third
night charged with an assault on Cas- Tuesday of June for the purpose of
sins Dayhoff, the section foreman.
Skalley attacked the foreman with
several weapons and after being dis­
charged, threatened to shoot the fore­
man if his pay was not immediately
forthcoming. Skalley cooled off in
jail last night and had a hearing be­
fore Justice Gilbert this afternoon.
equalization of values of city property
and remains in session until the work
is finished. It fs well for taxpayers
in the city to remember that the city
board has jurisdiction over the city
aFsessment and that if there are griev­
ances to be presented or applications
made for a reduction of assessment,
the city board is the body to approach,
and not the county board. The latter
board has no authority over city
assessments, taking the figures as re­
turned by the city board. Ir. previous
years, some tax payo-s have failed to
make an appearance before the city
board. in the case of city assessments,
and have afterwards appeared before
the county board. The city board is
the tribunal before which they should
appear.
Ball Game Tomorrow.
Holy Terrors.
Unknown Pitcher
Kosisky Catcher
Byrne 1st Base
Clerks.
Parker
Morris
Proctor
Wylie 2nd Base Schrimpf
Newton 3rd Base Flaherty
Homan S. S Meyers
Eckley Left Field Larson
Jones Center Field... Robidaux
Hutchinson ..Right Field O'Connor
Tyler, Sub.
Umpire, W. A. Falconer.
Game called 3:45 p. m.
Gen. admission, 10c. Grand stand,
15c.
We will put a lignite furnace in your
house very cheap. Grambs & Wok
bert.
PERSONAL.
Judge Young of the state supreme
court came in today from the east.
Private Secretary Woods left this
aiternoon for Perliam where he will
put in a few days at fishing.
Mrs. Jones and Miss Sans Souci con-j
tinued their journey westward after
the performance last night, going to
Great Falls.
Mrs. Leonard of Mandan and Mrs. H.
R. Lyons and Mrs. J. D. Gruber of the
same city attended the coftcert in this
city last evening.
W. F. Cochrane, Jr., leaves tonight!
fjr Annapolis, where he begins his
work in the naval academy. He ex
pects to be absent about a year and a
half before his return for another
visit.
Jamestown Alert: Mrs. M. F. Ash­
ley of Bismarck, superintendent of the
Florence Crittenden Home is in the
city. There will be a meeting of la­
dies tomorrow afternoon at the M. E.
church in the interest of the above
institution.
PLEASING RECITAL AND CONCERT.
Mrs. Maud Ulmer Jones and Miss 8ans
Souci at the Presbyterian Church
Wednesday Night.
At the Prebyterian church Wednes­
day night a good sized audience en­
joyed an organ recital and concert
and recital, with Mrs. Maud Ulmer
Jones of Minneapolis as vocalist and
Miss Gertrude Sans Souci as organist.
Mrs. Jones appeared once before in
the city, during the past winter, and
her popularity was proven by the re­
peated applause that was accorded
her. She was frequently encored.
Miss Sans Souci was likewise cordially
received.
The program consisted of eight num­
bers, divide., equally between voice
and instrument. The selections were
various enough to please different
tastes. Mrs. Jones was perhaps most
popular with the audience in her sec­
ond number, including "Gray Rocks
and Grayer Sea." "When Song is
Sweet,, and "Wishes." Another popu
'"iil it selection was "The
Lass With the Delicate Air" an old
English melody. As an encore for her
last number, Mrs. Jones sang the Last
Rose of Summer, which was as usual,
popular with the audience.
As accompanist and organist Miss
Sans Souci was acceptable and pleas­
ing throughout. Her "Gavotte" from
Handel and the "Pilgrim's Chorus"
and so many more homes
by the anchor and the from Tannhauser were especially good
Her execution is brilliant and her ex­
pression good.
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CARPETS—We are showing many
new and exclusive patterns in carpets
of all kinds. Carpets that you can
rely upon. Beautiful, permanent col­
orings 15c to $2.00 per yard.
jit that are surprisingly low.
CURTAINS [and DRAPERIES—Our
stock of these is particularly strong.
You are sure to be pleased with the
qualities, designs and prices.
Organized 1850. Cash Assets, $60,000,000.
....Aetna Life Insurance Co....
Supplies best Insurance in
LIFE, ENDOWMENT, ACCIDENT, LIABILITY AND HEALTH.
J. C. HOLLEY, Agt., Bismarck, N. D.
This Is
Tornado Weather
i-^Tornado insurance is so cheap that none can
afford to be without it.
50 cents per $100.00 for 3 years
for dwellings and contents.
Tornado insurance written in the strongest com­
panies by
P. E. BYRNE, Agent,
Phone No. 96. Bismarck Bank Block.
W0M
WEBB BROTHERS
Department Store.
........Seasonable Showing of
SEASONABLE GOODS
We have established an enviable reputation for the taste and good style of
the {roods that we buy. The fact that they came from us .satisfies the house
jiVt wife that she is possessed of goods of high merit at prices that are moderate.
"It came from Webb's" is the exclamation that she makec, with pride.
MATTINGS—OILCLOTHS—LINOLEUMS—Now is the season for these. Webc's is
.-Vi the place to buy them. Our varieties will enable you to find what you want at prices
WALL PAPER- •All the new colorings and designs. The choicest makings of
the world's best mills We buy from the manufacturer, insuring exclusive pat­
terns and lowest possible prices. If you are going to paper at all, whether
one room or man}', you will find the most pleasing effects here. No tronble to
show. Prices-2 l-2c per single roll and up.
Webb Bros.
4th and Main Sts» Bismarck, .N. D-
WiiiU
This Reminds You
That S gocxl job, (lone scientifically is always the
cheapest.
Try our Plumber or our
Tinner and be Convinced.
Seeing Is Believing.
See our plumlior work, and you will want no other
to do your work.
You want value received for your money. Our
plumber wives satisfaction.
Our Guaranty of Satis­
faction
to you means that you nre the judjre of what you
want, and as some people can never satisfy them­
selves, we will try to aid them when they ask
assistance. We Want Your Business.
Anything in Hardware, Plumb­
ing and Harness.
GRAMBS & WOLBERT.
RUGS—A new rug added here and
there to your floors makes a wonder­
fully pleasing change in the appear­
ance of your rooms. See the ones we
are showing. Small ones from 49c to
$9.50. Large ones more.
WINDOW SHADES—Made where
quality counts for most. Mounted on
rollers that retain their spring. Plain
ones and fancy. All widths and
lengths.
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