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Sample Suits I Sample Suits Special Service DENHOFF FARMER IS GETTING RICH FAST Denhoff, N. D., May 28—Hiram Gray, who is investing in fancy hogs to an extent, has a Red Duroc sow that broke the record this spring, giving birth to 21 juvenile hogs. Mr. Gray states that so far as he knows this is the record, except that of an animal owned by the International Stock Food Co., who claim it to have produced 22 pigs. Mr. Gray has rais ed some fine hogs on his farm north east of town, and last year he mar keted a load that equalled any corn fed hogs in appearance at least. Mr. Gray fattens his hogs entirely on bar ley. WARD COUMYREGISTER OF DEEDS A BUSY MAN Minot, N. D., May 28.—In point of business transacted, the office of re gister of deeds of Ward county is perhaps the most important county office in the state. At the office there are daily received an average of 100 instruments for record and a large No. 9 er If you can't come *r THE MISSOURI SLOPE J» Being News, Notes and Notations of Events Con cerning The Great Missouri Slope Country. force of clerks is kept busy on the record work. The fees of the office for a few months past indicate some thing of the volume of business trans acted there. Beginning with the month of August, 1909, they have been as follows: August, $1,620 September, $1,392 October, $2,288 November, $3,363 December, $3,419 January, $2,610 February, $2,166 March, $3,000. Mr. Reishus, the pres ent register of deeds, is serving the last year of his term at present. He has had the office during all the time when its business was bigger than that of any single county office in the state and has made an excellent official in every way. INSTALL NEW PRIEST AT WILTON TUESDAY Welton, N. D., May 28.—Rt. Rev. Vincent Wehrle, O. L. B., D. D., first bishop of Bismarck Rt. Rev. Stephen Ortysky, Rutherian bishop of Phila delphia Rev. Clemens Dimpfe, O. S. B., of Bismarck Rev. Otto Walpers of Mandan, and Rev. M. Stecher, Ru thenian priest of Bellied, N. D., were here Tuesday and conducted Ruthen ian mass at Sacred Heart church and installed the latter named gentleman as the regular priest for this mis sion. O E O O S O ARE YOUR SOX INSURED? IF NOT, WHY NOT? SIX PAIRS GUARANTEED FOR SIX MONTHS TAN, GREY AND BLACK SUMMER WEIGHTS Telephone No. 9 THE BOSTO N R. L. BEST, Prop. HOLEPROOF SOX By Wire and Mail COMMENCEMENT AT SENTINEL BUTTE Sentinel Butte, N. D., May 28.—The annual graduation' exercises of the Sentinel Butte public schools were held with the usual ceremonies in the school house auditorium. A very good program had been arranged by Prof. F. E. Palmer, principal of the schools here, and everything passed off very smoothly. The program was opened by the appearance of the speakers of the evening, the graduat ing class and the teachers. The next was a recitation by J. A. Kitchen, who gave J. W. Foley's poem, "A Letter Home," in his usual excellent style. Following this came a piano solo by Miss Ruby Shear and a reci tation by Miss Groff, and a few apt remarks by L. F. Crawford, introduc ing the speakers of the evening, Prof. G. J. N. Nelson of Beach and Deputy State Superintendent of Schools E. J. Taylor of Bismarck. Mr. Nelson's address came first and he discussed at some length various questions of interest. Mr. Taylor then took the floor and held the close attention of the audience for a short time, com plimenting this portion of the state upon the rapid advancement made in the last few years in school, as well as other lines. The diplomas were then presented to the graduates, with fitting remarks by Mr. Kitchen and Mr. Taylor and Senator A. L. Mar tin. SMALL BOY AND RIFLE FUNERALTHE NEXT DAY Balfour, N. D„ May 28.—The nine year-old son of Emon Zereks, living near Dogden, was accidentally shot with a 32 rifle by his five-year-old brother Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Stone Was called and he brought the boy back to Balfour and took him to the hospital, but the boy died at five o'clock yesterday morning. The body was taken to Dogden on the morning ish house of St. Patrick's train. Another case of leaving load ed firearms where children can play with them, not knowing "they were loaded." RICHARDTON BOY FEU BETWEEN FREIGHTCARS Richardton, N. D., May 28.—Willie, the nine-year-old son of Jacob Fors ter, fell between two freight cars Sat urday, while running on top of the train, and both arms were broken at the wrist. He was taken to the drug store at once and the two doc tors, who were close at hand, attend ed his injuries and made him as com fortable as possible. He is getting along nicely. NEW LEIPZIG ON THE NEW N. P. EXTENSION Pretty Rock, N. D., May 28.—Now it's to be New Leipzig after all. That is the name of the new town on the Milwaukee's Cannon Ball branch. After considerable juggling with the matter, the postoffice department has BI8MAB0K DAILY TRIBUNE SPECIAL BARGAINS!!| IN OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT For this week we offer a large variety of beautifully tailored and trimmed Ladies' Suits in all the newest styles. These are all EXCLUSIVE STYLES, all sizes are represented in this assortment. Prices range from $27.50 to $45.00, Our Special Sale Price for this week $19.75 I $22.50, $20.00 and $18.50 values, Special Sale Price for this week $14.75 A. W. LUCAS CO. finally settled on the original name of the town. »e have this from M. C. Rausch, who is to be the post master in the new town. His bond has been sent in, and the office will probably be established before the end of next week, but a mail service was promised for this week. Mr. Rausch owns a lot in New Leipzig, and will put up a building. Dickinson, N. D., May 28.—The po litical pot has been boiling some in Stark county the past week. All pe titions for nomination must be filed this week. W. L. Richards finally consented to allow the use of his name for the office of lieutenant governor on the state democratic ticket, and friends have been circulating his petitions this week in Fargo, Grand Forks and other places with much success. Mr. Richards is a clean man and his well known business ability in western North Dakota will insure him a tremendous vote out this way. The legislative ticket as lined up for Stark county on the republican ticket at the time of going to press was T. N. Hartung, Louis Petricka, Lloyd Rader and Rufus Lee. Hon. T. S. Underbill of Antelope was in the city two days this week and was urged to come out, but he finally decided that his health would not warant his making the campaign. Mr. Underhill would have made an ideal man. The democrats have W. G. Ray, T. F. Murtha, F. L. Roquette and Ole Tollefson lined up, with the possi ment notifying him that he had been awarded the contract for surveying eight townships of land on the Ber thold reservation. A portion of this land may be for allotment, but the most of it will probably be for home steaders. The location of the land to be surveyed is northeast of Oak dale. It will take three months to complete the survey" and Mr. Veigel will start in with a crew of ten -men the 1st of July, so people who want work done by him in the near future had better see him soon. Rt. Rev. Bishop Vincent Wehrle paid Dickinson an official visit on Sunday and from 4 to 6 o'clock a re ception was held for him at the par church. This was Bishop Wehrle's first visit since his consecration as bishop of the Bismarck diocese last week. In the evening he delivered an interest ing sermon on the "Duties of his office," and the following day, in com pany with Rev. Fr. John Dignam, vis ited the new Saint DemetniB church northwest of Dickinson. Mr. Ralph Heaton and Miss Lucy Arnett sprung a surprise on" their friends on Tuesday morning, when they were quietly married by Rev. J. S. Brayfield of St. John's Episcopal church at 9:30 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Arnett. AN OLD INDIAN GROUND Yates correspondence, Emmons County Record: Si-ox and Laura Fiske, Mrs. A. D. Anderson and Mrs. Dr. Goodrich drove on Thursday to the Johnson, Daucby, Cary Company steam-shovel camp, which is working in a big cut about four miles south of Yates. We spent a pleasant after noon, watching the interesting sight of the big shovel as it dug the way for future generations to travel. This camp employs seventy men, and they work twelve hours a 'day. Three "dinky" locomotives are kept busy hauling trains of twelve cars. Each car holds four square yards of dirt. The shovel dipper holds two square yards, so that with two dips a car is loaded. Last week the average number of cars of dirt removed per day was 812, or 3,248 square yards. They haul the wirt about one and a half miles each way from the shovel and use it for building the grade. WILL TRY AGAIN Wilton, N. D., May 28.—Mrs. Geo. Irving left Monday for Boston, Mass., to spent the summer with relatives. This is Mrs. Irving's second attempj: to get to Boston this spring, the first being the day of the wreck at Bis marck, where she received injuries from which she has just recovered. OLD LANDMARK GONE Medora, N. D„ May 28.—A deal was put through Monday whereby J. A. Paxton became owner of the old red billiard hall west of the McGregor place. This building is one of the landmarks of the town, having at one. time been used as a store by the N. P. Refrigerator Car Co., when that concern first began business at Me dora. Mr. Paxton intends wrecking ^,k th«J building, which is 25x100, 21 foot posts and using some of the lumber at 'his place at Sentinel Butte and selling some. AND OLD "SLOPER" Linton Advocate: We are in re ceipt of a large picture of Geo. W. Wilson, one of the republican candi dates for governor of North Dakota. Mr. Wilson was at one time a resi dent of this county, and for a while was engaged in business at Winona. He came here in 1886, and filed on the land now owned by Mrs. Waldon, near Winona. He is now making his home near Williston, this state. NEW PREACHER AT STEELE Steele, N. D., May 28.—The Presby terian church organization of Steele held a business meeting on Tuesday billty that but three petitions will' night and voted to ask Rev. Merchant be filed. jS. Riddle of Salada Beach, Califor Welton McDonald, special deputy nia, to become their pastor for one grand master, received official notice I year. Mr. Riddle is a very desirable this week to go to Manning on June man, and it is expected that he will 4 and institute a lodge of Odd Fel-1 take charge of the church's interests lows. jon June 12. He is said to be an able City Engineer W. R. Veigel has preacher, fine pastor and a conse just received word from the govern-, crated worker. He will be a valuable addition to our list of good citizens. MISSOURI SLOPE ITEMS D. A. Dlnnie gets the contract for the* big harvester building at Minot. The cost of the new building will be $75,000. The Reporter says it will be the' best building erected by the company in the western part of the state—and that the Bismarck build ing will be but a three story struc ture—when the plans and specifica tions on file with Manager Geierman call for four stories. MISSOURI SLOPE ITEMS. The Independent Telephone asso ciation of the state will meet at Mi not in. July. President Carmody and Secretary Lane have been making the arrangements. Dairy herds in the vicinity of Mi not are being tested under the new city milk ordinance. President LeSeuer of Minot has is sued an order that no more prison ers of the city are to be ornamented with the ball and chain, which has been in use in the past. Captain Scarlett and L. D. Mc Gahan may be candidates for elec tion to the vacant city commission ership in Minot. A. C. Perry, a Great Northern fire man, swore out a warrant for the arrest of his wife and Thomas Rowan for a statutory offense. Rowan jump ed from a window to a concrete pave ment and suffered a broken leg, but made a getaway. A new system of cross walks is improving the village of Douglas. Pioneers who have left Emmons county for other states farther west are reported by the Emmons County Republican to be anxious to come back to good old Emmons. D. R. Streeter of Linton announces himself as a candidate for the legis lature again. Streeter ought to land without difficulty. Editor Wood of the Steele Ozone is^also a candidate so it looks as though the Political bug was keeping busy with the editorial, The Emmons County Republican is an entertaining sheet, but a little too un-wieldly to handle. J. T. Hoge of Underwood has an nounced himself a candidate for the legislature. Lignite ashes dumped too near a barn came near starting a serious fire at Wilton. Farm barns belonging to Captain Monroe and George Irving burned near Wilton. Several head of live we barn. "~e burned" in the Monroe The Mandan Republican seems to have an endless grievance against Bismarck. A barn belonging to William Kel logg at Mandan was burned and sev- eral horses and a cow were destroyed. ».* "tv*"*. I A Moose lodge has been organized at Wishek. Memorial day will be properly cele brated at Hazelton. Linton Record: Ed. Patterson, Bis marck's building wizard, who erects a big hotel every once in a while, was here Sunday in his huge Franklin auto-car, accompanied by a party of friends. He came here to arrange to II CENTS PER POUND Livery Sunday, Hay 29,1910. a or The fight for the states attorney-'ern residence. They will move about ship in Morton county is growing in- the building is com terestlng. Attorneys Steen, Bitzing ieted8 and Williams are candidates. The 20-mule team kind, put up in one pound cartons, As many as you want at only 11 cents per pound for Monday's special one day sale at Cowan's Drug Store At All Hours Day and Night Funerals Given Special Attention A. C. HINCKLEY ®. CO. Phone 6. After 11 p. m. 30 208-210 Fourth Street 1 Sample Suits S Sample Suits a in to a to a 8 to is a or a in or is ix to fraternity in the district. ^.^.^. I The "Reservation bank" is the The Sunday school convention at name of a new financial institution* Linton is reported to have been a which will be started at the new decided success. The attendance was townsite between Plaza and Ryder, large and the enthusiasm unbounded.' THchardton business houses were all decorated when Bishop Wehrle re' turned from his consecration as Bish op of Bismarck. Mrs. J. A. Krick of Richardton was called to Bismarck by the illness of Mrs. F. B. Strauss. A committee of Beach people vis ited Sentinel Butte to agitate county seat removal from Medora. The mat ter will be discussed further after Sentinel Butte takes a week to think the matter over—and see whether the two towns can get together. Sentinel Butte Republican: W. D. Forsyth has purchased a building lo- a ti 0 in Bismarck and let the con tw hostelry, Towns in the western part of the state are making arrangements to entertain the "better farming" spe cial train contingent when it gets around to them. erection of a fine mod- The Denhoff Voice says the Mc Cluskey Independent has now six edi tors. W. E. Petrie is a candidate for the legislature from the Emmons county district. He is an old timer at Lift ton. It's a bad day for other Slope edi tors when Streeter of the Emmons County Record publishes no editorials —as was the case this week. O N AY S E I A BORAX II CENTS PER POUND I'