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ONE CENT A I rope. To restore vigor to the pjst em, pro sleep and assist should take a Hitters before each meal. It will cure Sick Headache, Nervousness, Indigestion, Constipation, Dyspepsia and Kidney Trouble He euri' to try It. FITTERS to*, STOMACH A 8E0KET SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Blunmrok Lmlw. A. h". & A. M.. No 5 Meets first Hud third Monday* In each month »t Masonic hall. M. 1. (''ouk. W. M. turt Kinney, Secretary. Tnucrod Column niter}', Knights Templar N. I- Meets third Thursday In each Tiiotitii at Mimoule hall. Dakota block. M. V. Cciok. K. W. F. Cochrane Recorder. Bismarck Chapter. 11, O. K. S. |ili-. ts first and third Frldayn In etch mnnth Mnaoulc hall. Dakota Work. Dorothy ielil. \V. M. Hattle Skeiton, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS .St. Eluio LodKe. No. 4. Meets even Wednesday evening at K. I'. hall. Maker iHlock I. W. Healy, C. C. Frank (j. Titus WORD COLUMN KIRNISHED oom •nly. J'Jl First Street. er rent, tientlemen KOK KENT— Furni-hed rooms with tit hoard. En.iiiire ^lii Main street, ti| with stands. N E id a in I repair, lots, electric lighted, furnace, ln :ii re at :1S Main Street. Hariier trace ipiickiy learned: Our free I CMtiilofiie ti'iu how. Moler liarher College, I Minneapuli.-. Minn. Mocmeitor and Anderson, 1.1,K'TOK Trustworthy y«»un man tn trav«»l. tio canvH-^in* Salary $\s \v*'«'kly and chance unnuotiotu r-xix'rionrn un U'M'p^fary must Im.» t»nlor .»nd ^trady. Addrt*sa I. A. Martin, Hifmarrk Mrs. R. II. Thistlethwaite wishes to announce that she will oiler for sale bread made with a Scientific Bread Machine The bread is superior in every way to the old method of making bread by band. It is more nutritious and easily digested. Dyspeptics may use it with impunity. A trial order will convince the most skeptical. Leave vour orders at .Vis 2d Street. I\SI ::I:WITH t.«. K.I»IIK-\KH \HKK lifh I PROFESSIONAL CARDS A T. PATTERSON ATTORNEY AT LAW MONEY TO LOAN First National Back Block. D. EDICK INSURANCE and Security Bond*. Phone 15 First Nat'! Bank Block DRAY AND TRANSFER COMPANY, G. C. Wachter, Mgr. All orders for storage and transfer work given prompt attention. Coal and Wood for Sale. 'Phone 1-8-7. Opposite N. W. Hotel. I A. J. HEDRIX, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. (ieueral practiti»ner in State and Federal ("ourts. Hei-istered attorney before I*. S. Interior De partment ami Land Ollice. OHice with J. P. Iloaulatn t'Ki Main St.. Tel. Bismarck, N. D. The Mutual Life ln= surance Company of New York It is not only one of the largest life insurance companies, but the largest financial institution in the vorld. Assets s:is-2.U"Mlo Annual income.. T'5.1 KHi.hNt Its assets are more than double the capital and suplus ol the llanV of Enland. C0NKLIN BROTHERS AGENTS. Koom 10 First Natl. Batik Block. THE CITY WEATHER. Unsettled tonight ani prohahly local showers, minimum 54. Postponed the \V. H. C. 10th. BKOTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO- in the excursion to liisniarck Sunday. MEN. A fraternal life ami accident insurance or-I *?nnizau»u. the la^t Tuo^lay of «ttch Some Crops.—The* Wilton Xcws month in the Odd J^el lows hall. 1 W. Healy I Foreman. C. A. H*SB, eorrespouileiit. [chine shop. K. L. Heet, A. Ma- ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. lilsmarck I»l»?e. No. l'-!0. Meets the flrst and third Tuesday evenings of each month at their ball In the Raker Block at o'clock. C. E. Murroll, ^M. \V. Bradley Marks. Hecorder. !. O. O. F. Onpltnl City Lodge No. 2—Meet* ever) Friday at McGowan hall at 8 o'clock |. ni., iJohnWray, N.G. \Ym. I). (Jorsuch. Sec'y. G. A. R. Jaiues E. McPherson Poet No. 2. Depart ment of North Dakota. Grand Army ot the Republic. Meets every second and fourth Thursday In each month at G. A. R. hall. I HMnnrek. N. 1"). W. H. Winchester. Com mander JoliuF. Wallace. AdJutaDt. WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS. Meets second and fourth Fridays of each I month at their hall at 'J:30p. Hattii Mkelton, president Emma Ii. Falconer, secre I rary. NICHOLSON REHEKAH NO. 40 Meets the tlrst arid third Saturdajs of every month In Odd Felows' hnll, at clock. Mary W! litecraft. N O.. Jenny O'Con nor. Secretary. Sun-lay with Maximum 8.". •Tuc uguiur meeting of, is postponed uiilil Sept. Shipment of Cattle—Henry Tatle.v It'll this morning over the Soo with' lour carloads ol" cattle for the market. _____ I Landseekers.— The Northern Land company has a carload of land seek-' ers oa the aHcrnoon train en route tor Sims. One Fare Rate.—Agent Scott thinks that with four big threshing outfits being unloaded at Wilton, tl'.ete must have been some exaggeration of tin crop damage at that place. A. K. encampment at San Francisco. Got Papers—Shcrirr Lusk of Te- hogs. Smith was captured in Stutsman several bystanders who wanted to know just what they really amounted to. No Meeting—Another attempt was made last ni^'lit to hold a council meet-, ing but owing to the absence of sever-j :il aldermen from the city and the fail tire of some who are in the city to at-. Grading Nearly Completed.—Supt. Eckles visited Washburn yesterday to look over the grading between there] and I'nderwood. The work of grading! will be completed next week. Under-! wood is already a thriving town, some thirty buildings having been erected there. There is a good crop in that vicinity, and it will have a big crop to haul out. is expected the road Dickinson Team Here—The Dickin son base ball team arrived in the city last night and the members of the team are resting up for the rame to day. There will be the largest attend ance of the season at the game tomor row and both teams expect to do their prettiest. A number ol Dickinson peo ple will probably come down tomorrow to attend the game. There is a good local crowd at the game this after noon. Excursion Trains.—There will be three excursions into Bismarck tomor row to take in the ball game between Dickinson and Bismarck. The Soo will run an excursion from Pollock. S. P.. bringing up over four hundred people. The B. W. & C. F. will re an excur sion from Washburn and Wilton, bringing down over one hundred peo ple. and I he N. P. will run a special from Mandan bringing over two hun dred people. It is expected that there will be nearly one thousand visitors in town Sunday Dickinson vs. Bismarck—The Dick inson baseal club arived last evening and are stopping at the Northwest. They will play the local club this after noon and Sunday. The line up for the Bismarck team Sunday will be about the same as in today's game, except that Blexrud and C.lennon will be the battery for Bismarck and Davison and Kotich for Dickinson. The game will be called at p. m. Tickets will be on sale at the local drug store and at the capital book store. A very large attendance is expected and a good iiaiiu* assured. Excursions Tomorrow Pismarck will have a visitation of persons from along the Soo and Washburn lines to morrow. and it is expected that the to six hundred visitors will reach the city during the day. Supt. Derrick of the Soo line will run an excursion from Pollock to Bismarck, bringing people from along the Soo line lo the number of three or four hundred. An excur sion will also be run from Washburn Avoid Sickness MI- notmces a one fare rate to the state fair at St. Paul, tickets on sale at the local ollice. Napoleon Excursionists—The Home stead says a large number of people from that city and vicinity will take ball team will play a series BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1903 By Usiny- Chlorides Disinfectant A safe, sure and reliable disinfect ant. Counteracts and destroys' at once all noxious odors from what ever cause. We sell quart bottles for 50c. B. E. JONES, Ph. 0., Druggist. Phone No. 5. Bismarck, N. D. Prescriptions our Specialty. Big Trains—Today was the last day of the cheap coast rates and there were six pullman sleepers on the first I' section of No. 1. bound for the I hringing people from Washburn. Wil ton and the intermediate country. A baseball game between Bismarck and I)if, kinson will furnish amusement dur- kamali. Neb., obtained requisition pa-' afternoon. This is the flrst pers her.- for Grant Smith, who is! excursion on the Soo line since the wanted lor einbi zziing J!" worth of roai 1 I opened, and a large number of )(rsons •t.untv and is now in jail there. The Pfitunity to visit Bismarck. a a to N a a 1 Read Their Bumps.—A traveling phrenologist lectured before a lame crowd in front of the ('.rand Pacific last evening and created considerable amusement by reading the bumps of will take advantage of the op- Saint Cloud—The paint Cloud base- of games with the Bismarck club at B's marck on Saturday. Sunday and Mon day. August 2:'. L':! and 21. Wilson, the famous colored pitcher, will pitch the Sunday game for Saint Cloud. This will lie the star base ball attraction of the season. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cruni are in the city today E. A. Hughes came tip from Far go on the afternoon train. I i•'!]i] ill.- nuM'tinm. nonr could be hold Ahh-nncn Jackson and MeGillis are' !oih out ot' the city. L. M. McC.lashan returned on the noon train from a trip to St, Paul. Mrs. W. A. Dillon isited this week with Dr. and Mrs. Dillon of Washburn. C. E. Boyden of the Forum at Far go is among the vistiors in the city today. Major Thos. Richards is in city. The major is now located at Hiddenwood. N. D., and has been ,lmvn at Frank J. Smith, who was a legisla tive press representative last winter. and afterward with C. A. Patterson at Linton, is now advance agent of the Griffith Hypnotic company, touring the state in a special car. The Misses Ella and Clara Me Catiley, Miss Rose Mcllugh. Father Louis and Mrs. E. H. L. Yesperman spent yesterday in Washburn, where they attended a concert given for the benefit of the Catholic church there lost evening. The Misses McCaulev and Miss McHugh participated. Wilton News Emil Leben was in Wilton Wednesday. He bad just re turned from Yelva. where he and Jacob Kilian of this place have pur chased a meat market. Emil will move to Yelva at once and take charge. He is a master at the butcher's block, and will undoubtedly give the best of satis faction in his new location. CHURCH NOTICES. Church of St. George—Rector. Rev A. A. Joss. Service tomorrow even ing at S o'clock. No morning service. Sunday School at 11! o'clock. Presbyterian Church. Services: Preaching Sunday morning at 11 a m. Sunday school at 1LM." m. Voting Peo ple's meeting 7 !." p. m. Preaching p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing p. All are welcome A. W. Hayes. Pastor. MISSOURI SLOPE ITEMS. C. E. V. Draper has set the pace in Mandan, and taken up a stray cow un der the estray law. The Pioneer thinks lie should have a medal. John T. lieisler has been bound over lo the district court at Sentinel Butte' in bonds of $2,0Oti for shooting A. C. Hinckley, whose arm was amputated I as a result of the wound. 1 Dickinson Press: Register McGilli-' vray came in front the Rainy Uuttes! I country the first of the week. He had been out with C. R. Mcllugh, John! Burnett and Dan Healy, of Chicago, to show them the township of land in 135-f)'.' which they bought for grazing purposes. Tile parties seemed well satisfied with this investment and said 'that their intention was to fence and! I stock the land another year. Mr. I Healev is a prominent republican lead-: I er ol Cook county. 111., and could, no di bt, give the average politician of I X. Oakota. some pointers. Emmons County Record: A tcle phone line is being put tip between. McKenzie am. Linton and it is said that it will be in operation within a. few days. Tile poles and wires reached Linton depot yesierdav afternoon. The poles carry both telegraph and tele phone wires. The X. P. is putting in both systems. I Braddock Republican: J. Meian-I der and the newspaper man bad tv.isi-' ness down toward the Horsehead Val ley country Monday. We found crops y^j along the way much better than we had expected to find them, especially three the L. Lamb Lumber le McKenzie looking after af- I fairs there. Frank Hughes left last night for Glendive. where he will manage the 1 the later grains, which seem to have v© recovered considerably since the re- !0 cent rains and cool weather. At Hazel- ]Q: ton we enjoyed a visit of a couple of hours and noted the improvements to 1 !9 the town. The N. P. depot, a little, smaller than the depot at Braddock, was nearly completed as far as the e\ terior is concerned W. L. Yeaier's 0 3 1 store building was ready for the plas-' terer. Matthews & McCrory were fin-. ishing a warehouse back of their store I 0 0 Co. have consid RAISED A MONEY ORDER. Frank Heisler Arrested on a Charge of Attempting to Procure Money on a Raised Money Order. Frank Heisler was arrested by Slier iff Welch yesterday afternoon on a charge of attempting to procure mon ey on a raised money order. Heisler bought an order for $G at Fargo, and raised it to and then presented it to the local office for payment. A com-1 parison of the order with the advice showed that that the order had been raised and payment was refused. Subsequently Heisler visited the office Glendive electric light plant, he and, and wanted payment for 8(1. the his brother Will having leased it from George Hughes, the owner. Dickinson Press: Miss Aldyth Ward who had been vistiing in the city for several days left Thursday afternoon for a trip through the Park. She was accompanied by friends and expected to stop off en route. Robert and George Gussner. sons of George Gussner. have arrived int he city to make their home with their father. They are bright boys of four teen and fifteen years of age and the pride of George's heart. amount of the order as it was issued. This was also refused and Heisler was arrested by Sheriff Welch Tie is a young fellow, part Indian, and he spent last night in jail meditating on the danger of monkeying with Uncle Sams' money paper. I erable lumber on hand and sheds and ollice completed: A. E. Klabunde has a large and handsome residence nearly ready for occupancy Ryder & Peter-, son, the blacksmiths, have a new shop up and have begun business the new "'0 residence of Elliot Cmaphell i« nearly finished, is painted and looks fine I Mrs. Perras' post office building is in tin- hands of the carpenters, anil al together the town is enjoying quite a boom. 0. Did a Good Stroke of Business. The following from the Starkweath- I er Times would indicate that Deputy' Com. Gilbreath did some good busi ness when he revoked the certificate of authority of the company named: The St. Paul Mutual Hail Insurance com] any who operated in this vicinity 'ast vea- as the Mankato company met with two losses in the storm t'oat passed through the village a short time ago. The losses were reported and an alleged adjuster was sent to settle the losses. He drove out to Mie farm of Ole Holden near Northfield, whore he found that Mr. Holden had suffered a loss on !*0 acres of grain to the amount of It per cent per acre and allowed him that amount. The North western have been giving a total loss on grain that lay in the path of Ihe storm that struck Mr. Holden. R. L. Furlong was also struck and he refused to settle for the small amount offered him and intends to sue the company if he does not get satisfaction. This action on the part of this company is just what might be expected of a com pany who attempted to do business in the state without complying with thojjjpffii law and putting up $2r.nn.i required fiv j" la and who actually did do a considerable! 1 business before their certificate of authority was finally revoked. in The Death Penalty. A little thing sometimes results in death. Thus a mere scratch, insig nilicant cuts cr puny boils have pa'd jjji the death penalty. It is wise to have h) Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy.' IS it's the best salve on earth and will prevent fatality, when Burns, Sores, jit Ulcers and Piles threaten. Onlv 25c. 11W at P. C. Remington's drug store. INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS Real Values in Household and Office Such as are found at our store have never been seen elsewhere, thosewho come first will get the best of them. Our line of CARPETS*55 DRAPERIES Is 1110s tcoinplete and the goods composing' it are up-to-date. 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