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DRI8COLL. Drlscoll, N. D., June 30.—The month of June is &bout over. It has been rather dry in this section but there was a good rain last night. A party of six—four gentlemen and two ladies—came up from Sisseton, S. D., Saturday looking for homesteads This is the culmination of a pl&n laid three years ago to visit this section, and they seemed to like the country and will undoubtedly return lat-T and become permanent citizens. Our school closed last Friday with a program and picnic. Miss George of Geneva, also signalized the closing of her school by uniting here with Miss Colton in the exercises. The two schools together with & number of lad ies and gentlemen of the two districts made a gay crowd. Ice cream, coffee, cake, etc., were served at noon after which the following program was rendered, the parts being well taken The Johnson Juvenile Orchestra de lighted all with their display of tal ent. These young people are the children of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. John son, recently from South Dakota. The children were very skilful with the guitar. Song Our Country's Flag Recitation Housefull of Wine, Gladys Avery. Recitation Children's Hour School. Recitation How we Are Made John Keenan. Song Busy Bee School. Recitation Mrs. Tubbs Pearl CcClure. Recitation Vacation Fun School. Recitation The Cloud Fairies Ruth McClure. Recitation Jacob's Excuse Amon Johnson. Motion Piece School Recitation .. Little Grown Up Folks Bessie Keenan. Recitation, Amy Spalding, Katie Lee and Nellie Gray. Song Whistle and Hoe School. Recitation Papa'3 Letter Helen McClure. Flower Piece Eight Girls Song Ruth and Lillv Song, Trio, Amon, Nina and Lilly Johnson. Recitation College Oil Cans Myrtle McClure. Recitation A Perfect Faith Laura Keenan. Recitation, How Do You Like to Go (Up in a Swing. Roy Lindblad. Song .. In the Land of Japan Pleasant Hill School. Recitation The Boys Gertie Lindblad. Recitation A Lesson from the Sparrow Mary Matthews. Song Pittypat and Tippytoe Recitation In Winter I get up at Night Leo Lane. Recitation The Reason Gertie Lindblad. Physical Exercise, Pleasant Hil school Recitation I Used to Kill Birds Jlmmle Johnson. Song Little Waves Pleasant Hill School. Recitation ... The Busy Housekeeper Elsie Lindblad. Song Little Boy Blue Recitation The Jolly Old Crow Arthur Lindblad. The Nickel Plate Road is the short line to the East and the service equal to the best. You will save time and money by traveling over this line. It has three through daily express trains, with through vestibuled sleeping cars, and American Club Meals, ranging in price from 35c. to $1.00, are served in Nickel Plate dining cars also a la carte service. Try a trip over the Nickel Plate Road and you will find the service equal to any between Chicago and the East. Chicago depot: Harrison St. and Fifth Ave. City Ticket Offices 111 Ad ams St. and Auditorium Annex. John Y. Calahan, General Agent, 113 Adams St., Room 298, Chicago. Low One Way Colonist (ates. On sale via Chicago Great Western Railway on the first and third Tues days In each month to Sept. 15,1903, to points West and Southwest. For fur ther informaUon apply to any Gre^t Western Agentf or J. F. Elmer, G. P. A., Chicago. 111.' •19.00 to Boston and Return $19.00. account of annual meeting of National Educational Association. Tickets will be on sale via the Nickel Plate Road July 2nd to 5th, inclusive, good return ing from July 8th to 12th inclusive, with membership fee of $2.00 added, without being deposited with joint agent. Additional limit to return not later than September 1st can be ob tained by depositing return portion of ticket with Joint Agent and payment of 50c. for execution. Superior train service and excellent dining-car meals, on American Club Plan, ranging in price from 35c. to $1.00 also a la carte service. Write John Y. Calahan, General Agent, 113 Adams St., room 298, Chicago, for time of departure of trains from Chicago and other detailed information. Low Summer Tourist Rates. Via Chicago Great Western railway. Round trips to Colorado, Utah, Black Hills, New Mexico and Texas points. Tickets on sale daily June 1st to Sept. 30th. Good to return Oct. 31st. For further information apply to any Great Western Agent, or J. P. Elmer, G. P. A., Chicago, 111. Bids Wanted. Proposals are wanted for the con struction of a heating, light and pow er house to be erected of brick and stone on the capitol grounds accord ing to plans and specifications on file with the undersigned. Bids will be received until noon, July 7, 1903. CHAS. FOSTER, Engineer for Capitol Commission. Bureau of Attendants for New York and European Passengers has long been a feature of the Pennsylvania System at its Jersey City and New York Stations. The docks of most of the Atlantic Steam ship Lines are convenient to the Jer sey City Passenger Station of this route. Inquiries will be cheerfully and promptly answered by H. R. DER ING, A. G. P. Agt., No. 2 Sherman street, Chicago. OFFICIAL CALL. For Special Term of the Supreme Court of the State of North Dakota. It appearing to the undersigned judges of the supreme court of the State of North Dakota that the public interests demand that a special term of said court should be held prior to the regular September, A. D. 1903, term, we do hereby appoint a special term of said supreme court to be held at the City of Bismarck, in said state of North Dakota, commencing on the 17th day of July, A. D. 1903, at 10 o'clock, a. m. Dated this 27th day of June, A. D. 1903. N. C. YOUNG, D. E. MORGAN, J. M. COCHRANE, Judges of the Supreme Court, State of North Dakota. State of North Dakota, In the Supreme Court.—ss. I, R. D. Hoskins, Clerk of the Sup reme Court of the State of North Da kota, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a full, true, cor rect and complete copy of the official call for special term of the Supreme Court of the State of North Dakota, as the same remains on file in said of fice. Witness my hand and official seal this 27th day of June, A. D. 1903. R. D. HOSKINS, Clerk of the Supreme Court, State of North Dakota. (First Publication, Jtine 22nd, 1903.) SUMMONS. STATU OP NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF BURLEIGH. In District Court, Sixth Judicial District. SAN H. STONE. Plaintiff, vs. HARRY 9. STONK, Defendant. The State of North Dakota to the Above Named Defendant: You. Harry S. Stone, are hereby sum moned to answer the complaint in this action anil to serve a copy of your answer upon the xuliscrlliers at their offices In BIs iiuirck. In the Cumity of Rurleliih, and State aforesaid, within thirty days after the service of tills summons upon you, ex-, elusive of the day of service and In case of your failure to appear or answer Judg ment wll be taken iijsiilnst you by default for the relief demanded In the complaint. Boucher. Phlllirlck and Cochrane. Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bliinarck, N. D. Dated, June 20, 1903. To Harry S. Stone. Defendant: You will please take notice that the sum mons and complaint In the aliovc entitled action were filed In the office of the clerk of the District Court in and for Burleigh County, N. D., on the 22nd day of June, 11*03. Boucher, Phllbrick and Cochrane, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. D. Duplicates another Cremo. It never varies in quality, aroma or price. Cremo la a cifir of iawiabli goodness that it told in every town and at the nu prictof 5 cents. Any •M that sells it for less does so with the endeavor to reflect on Cremo quality at the cost of profit. The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. 1 Special Sleeper to the Springs. 4 TRAINS DAILY TO INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI Parlor Chair Cars Dining Cars on Day Trains Compartment Sleeping Cars on Night Trains BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: MONDAY JULY 6, 1903 5 c. Cigar to 1km Smoker** Protection. Yards at Bismarck, Wilton, Washburn Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co. Dealers in Fir, Cedar, Pine and Spruce Lumber, Lath, Shingles We also handle Lime, Cement, Plaster, Sash, Doors, Moulding Give us a call Yard, East Main St. AKOTA nl— whnnl PnpMi enter anyUm. ••••I lilnwlliw TO THE SOUTH VIA THE POPULAR Monon Route C, & L. Rv. 2 TRAINS DAILY TO For Folders, Tourists' and Home seekers' Rates, West Baden Pam phlets, Booklets, "Ten Routes to the South." additess FRANK J. REED, G. P. A. Chicago. L. E. SESSIONS, Oenl. Agent, 541 An drus Bid., Minneapolis, Minn. Burlington Route St Louis and the South Are conveniently and comfortably reached byour two trains a day. The Limited, leaving Min neapolis at 7.25, St. Paul 8.00 p. m. daily, arrives in St. Louis the following afternoon. Combination Compartment and Stand ard Sleepers and Reclin ing Chair Cars. The Scenic Express, leav ing Minneapolis at 7..'*), St. Paul 8.05 a. m., except Sunday, arrives la St. Louis early next morning. Sleeping Cars from Rock Island south. This is the mobt direct route from Minneapolis and St. Paul to Clin ton, Davenport, Rock Island, and all Mississippi River cities. Passengers by either train make close connections with lines south, southeast and southwest in St. Louis. TICKETS VI* TNI BURMNO TON ROUTS For up-to-date Job printing go to Tribune office. USINESS 0LLE6E the FcSMwIwOnte aiee. ihiwftw. iHiw A. C. WATKINt, Ut. Kit, Tarn, •. D. 16 BISMARCK. THURSDAY, JULY SUCCESS WON BY MERIT 10th YEAR Truthfully Advertised and Houoralilv Con ducted Bigger and Better than Ever Before. 6— FAMOUS 6 CAMPBELL BROS. Great Consolidated SHOWS BIG!... UP-TO-DATE! ... NEW! Circus, Museum, Menngerie, Hipprodromo, iou never eaw ita equal. Latest Aretiic Sensations A COMPLETE WORLD'S Ml'SEl'M. A Magnificent Menagerie A Real Roman Hippodrome The Best Traiued Animals ever seen, headed by \enuH. HiKKOtt mid Greatest Elephant on Earth Worth comine miles to see. MONSTER MAJESTIC SPECTACULAR FREE STR.EET PARADE Unapproachable in Wealth and (jrnmluur! In the forenoon— Rain or Shine—Inspect it. Two Compute Show* Daftly At 9 ftnd S p. M»» R«m«mb«r One hour given to witness Animal and Museum Curios. Don let anything keep you away. CJROUNDS AR.E LOCATED. South X. P. R'v tracks, near Base Ball Park. FEM-CURA sumis. _™GnttNt Remedy for WEAK, BUN-DOWN WOMEN. forma of Female Weak. lettable face balm aud with oar beaaty piUaUnreea beautiful, clear and I brilliant complexion. make S3.Q0 to 16.00 a day as ai FKM-C4JRA CO, 81 E.fthlf? Ladiea everywhere can day as agents. IT. PHUt, MINN. CALIFORNIA A Is the land of perpetual sunshine, fruit and flow ers, and the best way to get there is to take the OnlyShasta Route Prom Portland, Oregon. Dining Cars, Pullman Sleepers, and an Trains leave Portland daily at 8:.K) a. m. and 8:30 p. m., reaching San Francisco in less than .16 hours and Los An geles 10 hours later. Portland to Los Angeles and Ret'n For illustrated pam phlets, maps, folders, etc., address, W. E. COMAN. G. P. A., Portland, Oregon. tf=Ir=]r=Tr=Jns=Jn=Jr=Jr=Jr=vr==Jn=Jr=il Expert i© j! T&JL j/ 1 $ ,©, I il ji iS I ©, 1 Qeneral Office Bismarck r....MANY Southeast quarter Northwest quarter W est half and southeast quarter South one IihIf East oDo-lmlf The undersigned Workmanship We Guarantee His Work in All Lines Our guarantee means that you will be satisfied before you accept your work. We ask you for a trial repair job. J. B. COOK & CO. Ta •T. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS NEW RESIDENCES.... Are in course of construction, and we have discounted the wants of the prospective occupants by stocking up with Furniture Carpets & Draperies Until our stock is the most varied and complete of any on the slope, and our prices are always right. We do not want to carry over any renmants of Wall Paper, and those who have not completed their decorations will do well to give us a call. OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT Is in all respects the most complete, and we furnish a lady assistant on request. E. G. FIELD Description Sec. Twp. Northeast qunrter Northeast quarter Northwest quarter Northwest quarter All of All of North half aud soutliweet quarter... I East oue-half North half and southwest quarter... All of. HouthweBt quarter 1 Northwest quarter Northwest quarter DULUTH AMD MINTS I1 'EAST*80UTHi To 9POKANB SBAYTLB TAGOMA •ORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN BOSTON Me ^^1 II I III 8 S llfi I 17=If~If=zur=Jr=Jr=ir=Jr We are in position now to offer you the services of Mr. A. Johnson, for all watchmaking and re pairing. Mr. Johnson was for six years learning his trade under the best experts of Europe. For 12 years he has had experience in large manufac turing jewelry establishments and for three years he was with C. D. Peacock of Chicago—the greatest establishment in the Northwest. $ 'M 1 ©.' I $ .©• $ ©i Third tSt Main Sts. Reduced Prices! Easy Terms! Range 144 140 1S9 140 14(1 140 140 140 140 140 1X9 142 149 1SS iss 143 la* 13* Acres Price HI 78 76 78 74 74 74 74 75 75 76 78 79 1«0 160 160 160 64C 640 4*0 320 480 ft0 160 160 160 160 160 4M) 3*J0 3^0 $4.50 5 00 6.00 6.50 5.50 6.110 6 110 6 00 6 110 6.25 6 00 7.H0 s.50 5.(10 5 00 99 7K Terms: One half cash, balance 3 equal annual payments interest six per cent: or one-third I cash, balance in five equal annual payments at six per cent- If cold ou latter terms twenty-five cents per acre will be added to advertised purchase price. otters liis remaininc lands ill Burleigh, McLean, Kidder, Morton and Stark 1 counties for sale nt the above reduced figures. These lands are early aud dhoice selections, Parties looking for lands in the vicinity may save from three to five dollars per acre by examin ing and comparing soil, location and prices with wliat owners and agents ask for adioiuinu aud I adjacent properties. Advertised prices are net to owner. FRANK B. ALLEN, 1 CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE a. S. F«6. P. A •*. ran, n» BALTIMORE J. 0. TUCKER 8 .V I 5 00 5 00 864 Broad Street, Newark, N. J. VESTIBULED TRAINS. DINING CAKS 1 Time Card-Bismarck llenl Bound. No. 1, North Coast Limited 10:40 p. 11, No. S. Pacific Eipress 12:2" t. No. 7, local p. m.'!j| £eaf Bound. ni No. 2, North Coast Limited 1-lia.m No. 4. Atlantic Express 3:43 p. No. 8, local 2:00 p. Way Freight. No. 61, westbound 6:00 p. No. 62, eastbound "'.7:85 a. Get Permit at Ticket Offi efor (id-fin Pullman first-class and Tourist Sleeping cars! HALF RATES Good Going July 1-2-3-4-5 Returning Sept. 1st -AND TO- RETURN AND RETURN July 18 19 Returning July 31 I. p, 8PINING G. N.&Big4R>y N. W. P. A. C. & O. Ry. Offices 838 Clark Bt Chicago.