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THE CITY A MONEY TO LOAN I want $25,000 worth of First Mortgage Farm Loans at once. None but applications on improved farm lands will be accepted. Call or write Weather Bulletin Furnished by Authority of the Secre tary of Agriculture. Bismarck, N. D., Jan. 19. GERMAN REVIVAL. The meetings at the German Evan gelical church are increasing in inter est and attendance each successive night. God's word proves not to be void. A number of souls showed the desire to give themselves to their Master. Rev.. Movius spoke on the topic "Los® and Gain." Tonight's service will begin again at 7:45 with a song service, followed by a sermon by Rev. Movius. Come and get the ben 3 flt of these evening services. A cor dial invitation is extended to all. FISH! FISH! FISH! (Now is the time to lay in your supply of fish for lent. We just bought a large amount of fresh fish which are fresh caught and shipped here di rect. Buy at once as they will not last. Gussner, you know, will sell things regardless of profit by buying fifty to one hundred pounds. Six and one-half cents a pound smaller quan tities, six and three-quarter cents per pound. Everyone can get good fish at small cost. George Gussner, the Grocer. Enough ink has been wasted on writing so-called "funny stories" to float a fleet of modern warships. For Sale. House and fifty-foot corner lot, well located on one of the best streets in the city. Sidewalk on both sides, paid for water and sewer. It's a bargain. See F. E. Young T. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. E BtemaVck 28 40 6 0 Oaleary 22 40 .08 Chicago 18 f6 12 eDnver 30 58 4 0 Devils Lake ... 22 28 12 0 Duhith 8 18 20 0 Havre 38 40 12 0 Huron 16 32 6 0 Moonhead 12 24 4 0 Pierre 30 34 4 0 St Louis 36 44 12 0 St. Paul 8 20 4 .02 Sioux City ... 24 32 12 0 Spokane 30 40 12 .06 Wlliston 32 40 10 0 Winnipeg 0 1* 0 A—Stations. B—Min. temperature In last 12 hours. C—Max. temperature in last 24 hours D—-Velocity of wind. B—Precipitation in last 24 hours. Weather Forecast. POT North Dakota Partly cloudy and colder Thursday. For Bismarck and vicinity Part ly cloudy and colder Thursday. Weather Conditions. The 'pressure is 'below the normal except in the extreme southwest, and moderate temperature prevails in all parts of the .country from wihich re ports are received. The indications are for partly cloudy -weather Thurs day -with slightly lower temperature. ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Official In Charge. ENTERTAINED. !Mr. and Mtrs. Olaf Olson entertained a number of friends at their home near Arnold last Tuesday, in honor of Mr. Olson's thirty-sixth biTtihday. AM enjoyable time was had by all, and at a late 'hour all departed wish ing Mr. Olson many more happy re turns of the day. Those present were Harry Johnson and family, Fred Hoge and family, Richard Borner and fam ily and Olaf Gundorson and family Miss Edith Baumgardt Messrs. Van Oouch, Mike and Philip Ryan, Wm. Borner, Ernest Baumgart, Elmer Ame9 and Otto Hoge. Mr. Olson re ceived a number of niiee presents. Correspondence KEO ROBINSON, AT THE GRAND. M'KENZIE. Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Thompson ar rived home from Iowa where they have been visiting. Under the auspices of the M. W. A. Mr. W. B. Townsend will lecture on "Chips and Bark" Thursday, January 27. Admission free. The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Leach Wednesday, January 26. Every one is invited to attend. Windsor Heaton went to St. Paul Monday with the lumbermen. Mrs. J- F. Wildbang visited with Mrs. Arnold Monday. STERLING. .». Guy Harvey was a visitor in Bis marck Friday. iHogan Wellman returned from his holidav trip to Iowa Saturday.' C. Gaskell and wife left for a trip to Minneapolis and La Crosse, Wis., Sunday. E. C. Fogerty has charge of the lum ber yard in Mr. Gaskill's absence. Elmer iStevers was over from Mc Kenzie Monday on business. The tend hoys received their in struments this week and have 'been playing morning, noon and night. This is a very good thing for 'Ster ling to have a band, and we hope they will get the support they should have. Thos. Parke came up from Fuller ton the first of the week to assist his son, S. T. Parke in the store. He ex pects his family in a few days. L. E. Heaton was over from Mc Kenzie Friday on business. C. H. Lundquist was delivering meat in Sterling this week. Mrs. P. .Random was in Bismarck Wednesday. Geo. H. Munn, the collector for Winner-Adams Co., was up from the village of Steele Thursday. Wm. Taylor has been over from Driscoll on business this week. DRISCOLL Geo. V. Cunningham, cashier of the Driscoll State bank, who has been visiting at Waseca, IMinn., and differ ent points the past three weeks, re turned home Sunday. The seeing of Jeffries and Gotch in action did notilight. agree very well with George, las he has 'been on the sick list since his arrival. The Meyers brothers are filling the creamery toe house this week and as it will take lin the neighborhood of 80 tons of ice it will take them some time to complete the contract. Windal Wtoodberrv ha® the con tract for filling the City meat market ice house, and is busy these days. Ole Opsel of Aberdeen, S. D., hasor recentlv rented the blacksmith shop, formerly owned by E. Fredrickson, •and has opened the doors for trade. Mr. Opsial contemplates bringing his family here in the spring. F. C. Pope, the popular pool hall man. has recently closed a deal for the bowling alley, and will operate both establishments from now on. «B» «8» »T. •". ALTA. •I* Fddift 'Anderson, Ole Anderson and Chas. R. Wade went to MbOlusky on Friday and proved un on their respec tive claims. Del MoVey accompanied them as witness. The parties have nice places and good improvements. Chas P. Wade, on his wav home from McClusky last Friday night 'be came tangled up in the directions and for awhile wanderer! around on the prairie. He at last reached home and if von want to know how a per son fepls when lost, ask C. R. Kres Peterson dined at J. R. Jones' pl'"oe Sunday night. Mrs. James Wade and son, Samuel, took mumper at Ole Anderson's Sun da night. There will be a dance at Andrew Akerland's Saturday night. Nellie Anderson spent Sundav with Mrs. .Tosie Brose on Josie's claim. Th^re is some tallk of a creamery at Alta in the near future. Now this would 'be a step in the right direction. Why not all who are interested put their shoulders to the wheel and help it along. J. W. Gramling will give a dance at his place Saturday night. FLORENCE LAKE. Dr. M. Reynolds of Goodrich, was a professional ealller in our neighbor hood this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Kieler mourn the loss of their little daughter Iva Grace, who died last Monday from diphtheria. Their many friend® feel for them the deei»est sympathy in the loss of their dear little girl. F. Blake has purchased a new pi ano. M. Noonan entertained several of the neighbors' at cards 'Saturday even ing. An oyster supper was served and all present had a most enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Campion and their ilittle son and daughter, have returned home after 'spending some', time visiting Goodrich and eDnhoff relatives. *5* PHOENIX. Mrs. T. P. Wilkinson returned Sat urday from Nebraska where she has been taking care of her mother. Mr. Wilkinson will prove up on his home stead soon. H. Mackey received word of the ill ness of his mother in Worcester, O., and left for that place a week ago today. O. C. Brace left Tuesday by way of Goodrich to visit a brother in Emmons county. J. F. Lytle. who is teaching the FIei?k school this side of Goodrich had the imisfortune to have his horses stray away in the New Year's storm. They consist of two soreUs one gray 'and one roan. When we read of the snow and weather they are having in other states we feel that we are getting off pretty easy. »5* •J* •2» »J CANFIELD. 4 «8» iWe are indented to the Tribune for one of the most handsome calen dars 'which adorn our walls. The large sized figures (are a 'pleasing feature, 'but best of all is the fact that we lean have the dates of three months all on one page, thereby sav ing time if one wants BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1910. Jo look back one month or forward one. Accept our thanks. Mr. and Mrs. ©ailev returned from Bismarck Thursday night, after spend ing a couple of weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Cook. Mr. Ohas. Our thinks these are busy days with his feed grinder under power from morning until lantern Miss Lillie 'Nickelson returned to Harvey Tuesday after sp nding a very pleasant holiday with her parents. Mr. Charles Kuehl was in McClus ky Thursday as witness for Carl John son in making final proof on his home stead. Mr. S. L. Jardahl was a Bismarck visitor last week, making final proof on ibis claim. Mr. Axel Soder was a Wilton visit Wednesday. Hfe brought back a load of coal for Humphrey Bailey. Rumor tells us that Mr. William Steinel has purchased a gasoline rig and will be ready to turn over the prairie as fast as any one the com ing spring,. Mrs. G. F. Our spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. Axel Soder. Mr. George Aflhertson had fifty-five bushells of feed ground through Ohas. Our's mill the other day, running it all thirouffh in one hour and a half. IMr. William Steinal made (commu tation proof on his homestead last week. Mr. John Howe was viewing the sights in Bismarck last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hum«hrey Bailey went to Bismarck Thursday. Mrs. Bailey is somewhat improved in health but is still taking treatment. Mr. Chas. Richards is hauling grain to Wilton for L. Skeels. Mr. Axel Soder received word last week from Mr. John Skve, saving he had reached Norwav in safety and was having a good time. NAUGHTON. We are glad to note that some kind hearted person has come to our assistance in the matter of gleaning news from this corner of the world. Naughton P. O. has a large patronage and we realize our inability to cover the field thoronghfly in our reports In spite of the sad affliction that be fell his ears, we trust our i?ontem porary will still 'be able to hear of plenty of news for this column. Miss Ellen Ryberg has been hav ing a seige of the grip for tho past week or two. (Mrs. Robert Edberg, who was ser iously ill in Bismarck, is now said to be out of danger though stifll quite sick. F. Oramer has 'been having a num ber of visitors this winter to hear his graphaphone. He has a good many new pieces which are said to be fine. H. (Nuttbrook has been back from South Dakota for some time. His father died while he was there. The 'Frances school board held their regular meeting at the school house on Tuesday of last week. Every mem ber was present. Messrs. Harm and Ed. Tellinghau sen left for 'South Dakota Thursday "•f last week. They expect to make a visit of a counle of months or so among their old friends and acquaint ances down there. Superintendent Vigness paid a vis it to the Frances irehool one day last week. He found nineteen pu niils present and in the midst of their monthly examinations. The first meeting of the literary society last Friday night was not very well attended on account of the JACK ROBINSON, AT THE GRAND. the stormy weather. Nevertheless quite an interesting program was ren dered, consisting of a couple of dia logues, several songs and a number of recitations. Organization was postponed until the next meeting Friday night, January 28. The young folks are displaying quite a lively in terest and considerable talent, and the indications are that we will have some rattling good entertainments before soring. Several good things are already in store for the next meeting. H. Gierkie is feeling pretty good over the fact that his house has fi nally been coaxed into its proper place. There will he German church ser vices in Frances school house iNo. 2 next Sunday, January 23. Rev. De Bare of Marion Junction, S. D.. will preach. Services will begin at 11:30 in the morning immediately after the Sunday school house. We understand that Rev. Stolherg will Wold church services in Naughton school district week after next and may possibly preach a sermon in the Frances school house. Herman Schoon has a brand new cutter. Hie made it himself. •Carpenter Rue is at work again up on Knoll's house. If this nice weath er continues they will be able to com plet the building soon. FORT BERTHOLD INDIAN RESERVATION. The new elevator at Ree has been completed. The new h-adl at Kasmer has also been finished and the first danre was given Saturday night. Mr. H. G. Klindworth and wife and Mr. William Ruvman of Ree, attended. A good time is reported. B. R. 'Snodgrass and' wife, who re signed last September as teacher and housekeeper at iNo. dav school, have been .reinstated and will take charge of the school IMonday. Jan. 24. Mr. David iHlnlmherg. manager of the Ree lumber yard, was called to ex pansion on business Monday. Mr. Newmark of EHbowoods. is at tending to business matters at Yank ton, S. D.. this week. Burr Sloane and James Eagle of Elbowoiodsi, acccmoanierl Simon Crow to Jamestown this week. Bviron Wilde attended to business at El'bowooi5® Friday and Saturday of last week. ATTORNEY KNAFF IMJ. Jamestown Capital: Attorney Knauf, who has been seriously ill at his home for several weeks, was out of doors for the first time Sat urday. His condition is improving steadily, and he will probably be back at the office in the course of a few days. Take Advantage of This. Turpentine, per gal., $1.00. Linseed Oil, per gal., $1.10. For this month only. Do you want some at that price. Call and see Faunae, Fourth street. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig nature is on each box. 25c. in lA, MAENNERCHOR DANCE. Fine Time Is Promised to Members and Friends. There will be anothehr of those in formal dancing parties given by the Maennerchor club this evening at the hall on Fifth street. Preparation* have been made for the best of times and good 'music has been se cured. The mxembers and their friend are anticipating a fine time. For Sale. Ground Feed, clean and sweet, per 100 pounds, $1.40 ton $25. OSCAR H. WILL & 00. The man who pays cash accumu lates no wrinkles on his brow, for wrinkles go with worry and worry goes with debt. DON'T KICK!* If you are not doing as much business as you should There's Something Wrong with your method of attracting trade. Try a Campaign of Catchy Advertising In This Paper, Then KICK US if your business 'doesn't Improve. Bismarck Tribune Co Advertising Department P. E.BYRNE Bonded Official Abstracter of Titles for Burleigh County Bismarck, N- Dak. In connetion witb the regular Abstract buniness, this office issues twice a week BYRNE" ABSTRACT REPORTS containing, in concise form, the current real estate transfers, chattel and real estate mortgages and hills of sale. This report is an indispensable aid to the bnsy business man. Polish Your Furniture With Johnson's Prepared Wax "A ConpletfFinith and Polithfor All Wood" It comes in paste fcrm. You apply it with dry cloth and polish with Johnson's Polishing Mitt or a clean -woolen cloth. It is very simple—anyone can properly do it. Try it—you'll be surprised to sec how it improves your furniture. Why it will make it look like new. It prevents scratches from showing and preserves the wood. Johnson's Prepared Wa produces the best, most lasting and beautiful finish and polish because it contains the best grade of wax and more of it to the pound, than any other. That is why it is the "World's Standard." Insist on John son's and be sure you get it. Put up 1, 2, 4, 5 and 8 pound cans. Our new illustrated book. "The Proper Treatment for Floors, Furniture and Wood. work is FREE. Ask for it. Johnson's Prepared Wax la sold and recommended by W. Wolbert Hardw. Co Main Street, Bismarck, N. Dak. DAIRY SERIES NO. «. Every common herd of cattle con tains one or more cowa of, or ap proaching the tyve described in tne Those should form the basis of foundation stock of a better dairy herd, and whether one or twenty cows are kept, the aim should be to those that will produce most econ omically—that is the ones that will use even (high priced food stuff and convert it into daily products at a good profit. The dairy herd shoulld be headed by a pure bred bull of Fome «*alry 'breed, by all moans of distinctively dairy" ty e, masculine in 'appearance, prepotent, and a descendant of rec ognized milking stoc*. The farmer owning a small dairy herd will do much better to go in with his neighbors and buy a good bull than he will to buy one himself. The com'Danv will he 'able to get a better animal and at the same time reduce the individual expense. They, will lav the foundation of a neigh borhood herd, bred along similar lines and in this i"o-onerative breeding of /live stock neighboring: farmers will find a source of mutual profit. This •allies ouite as fully to other oner ati'ons as it does to the partnership or co-operation breeding of dairy stock. $ '4 $ 4 *s $ /*%'J S S LITERARY NOTES. &<$$&<$$§••!?'$'$$$$$$$$ The February Outing. Thp February number of the Out ing Magazine is unusual, in that it covers such a large nart of the out doors in so little a swace. It is di rect in its lappeal and interest to ev ery sportsman and lover of out. door Mfe. For instance, there 'appoar« the third and last installment of Harry Whitney's "Hunting in the Arctic," in which he carries u*i throiu'B'h a walrus hunt and up into the Dollar bear coun try, a verv graohic account of that region. "The return of tjie iLeaoing Tuna," by Charles Frederir.k Holder, celebrates the return of this wonder full game fish to southern California waters after an absence of nearly six years. Golden Ruin GROCERIES and NOTIONS Perfection blend Coffee, a regular 35c grade, for 28c Town Talk blend Coffee, a regular 30c grade of coffee for 25c Oranges, largest size sold any where, while the lot lasts, per doz 50c A big display of bargains need to be seen to be appreciated, each item only lOo Fresh Eggs, per doz 33c If by chance you get a rotton egg we will icheerfully replace it. Fancy Dairy Butter, per lb 35c Good Dairy Butter, iper lb 30c Apples, per box, $2. and 2.25 3 lbs. best Ginger Snaps for 25c 4 lbs. Bulk Macaroni for 25c 2 lbs. Fresh roasted Peanuts for.. 25c E. H. McConkey, Prop. PHONE 209. Grand Pacific Hotel Building A Suggestion \yOULD IT NOT BE better to haul your lumber and coal now while we have such good sleighing than to wait until the frost goes out and the roads become impassable? We thought perhaps this might occur to you and have stocked our yard accordingly, that we may be prepared Call and look it over. North Star Lumber Co.