The Pioneer Abstract Office
of the County
Abstracts guaranteed by Surety
Bond of $10,000 tiled in the otflce of
the County Auditor.
more and receive his M. D. degree.
He is going to St. Peter, Minn., for
the summer to act as interne at theested
profession which he
JAMES HALLORAN BACK
James Halloran, who has been at
tending school in Fargo for the past
five months, returned to Bismarck
Thursday. He will work here dur
ing the summer months. Merton
Orr, who was also at school in Far
go, went to Minneapolis to meet his
sister Agnes, who has been attending
college at Oberlin the past year. They
will return to Bismarck immediately.
SEVEN POUND BOY
If any of the patrons of the
marck Steam laundry do not get
their laundry back on time, or if they
get some other person's washing
back by mistake, they do not want
to feel too aggrieved, as the fore
man, Mr. Ed. Francis, will scarcely
be responsible for what occurs dur
ing the next few days, due to the ar
rival of a seven pound assistant fore
man at his home Thursday morning.
Mother and boy are getting
The Grand Theatre put on a free
attraction out of doore last night for
the benefit of the visitirig delegates
and firemen who are in the city. The
exhibition made a distinct hit with
the crowd of fun makers and was a
thoughtful act on the part of Mr.
Temple, the Grand's genial manager.
BANKERS ARE WARNED
Warnings have been sent out
the North Dakota Bankers' associa
tion for the bankers over the state
to be on the lookout for a man who
claims to want to buy a farm, but in
reality is working bankers and real
estate men to cash his worthless
His graft is to get the banker or
real estate man to show him possi
ble bargains in farms, one of which
he settles on and wishes to buy, and
If yon can't
First National Bank
P. E. N E
Official Abstracter of Titles for
Any County Official of
ck N. D.
BISMARCK, N. 0.
Taxes Paid for Non-residents
Byrne's Abstract Reports issued twice a weeky, contain the
current real estate transfers of the county.
[after gaining the confidence of the
victim, asks him to cash a check be
fore he leaves town.
VISITING OLD FRIENDS
Hon. J. Austin Regan of Fessen
den and S. J. Doyle of Carrington
were visitors in Bismarck yesterday.
Mr. Regan has been out at Hebron
HENRY MICHAELSON GETS GOOD
Henry Michaelson of Bismarck re
ceived nis degree of Bachelor of
Science from tbe University of Min-j looking after some land in which he
r-esota at the recent commencement is interested, and Mr:'Doyle has been
there. He will attend two years
looking after his interests along the
new Pingree-Wilton line of the
Northern Pacific, where he is inter
in two townsltes. Both gen
state hospital there. Henry has been I tlemen are well known through the
studying hard and will surely be sue- state and took occasion to visit a
cessful in the
number of friends in the city.
GRAND LODGE MEETS AT FARGO
Large Meeting Will Be Held June 23
and 24, 1910
The Grand Lodge A. F. & A. M.
of North Dakota meets in Fargo
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 21st
and 22nd, commencing at 10 a. m.
The Grand Chapter R. A. M.,
Thursday, June 23rd, and the Grand
Chapter O. E. S., Thursday and Fri
day, June 23rd and 24th.
These sessions commence at the
hour as the Grand Lodge.
On Tuesday afternoon at 5 p. m.
will occur a memorial service for
Frank Jared Thompson.
Last Monday evening the junior
music pupils of Sister Anastasia's
class entertained their admiring par
ents and friends with a most delight
along ful program.
Tuesday evening the senior pupils
rendered their program, and it is dif
ficult to mention anyone in particular
as all deserved praise. Their work
certainly reflected great credit on
their teacher and themselves. The
invited guests showed their apprecia
tion by their enthusiastic applause of
each and every number.
The program was as follows:
March Nuptials F. Mendelssohn
Florence MacGillis, Jennie Davis
Bessie Homan, Lucille Dahl.
Valse Caprice Theo. Lack
A Ladies' Hand Bag belonging to some one lies in
Cowan's window, containing considerable money
and miscellaneous articles.
The bay may be claimed by the person making the
closest guess of the money therein. Your guess
will be registered upon the purchase of 50c or over.
Each person limited to one guess.
Cowan's Drug Store
Real Estate and Investments
FARM LOANS IN MISSOURI
SLOPE COUNTRY SOLICITED
D. T. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck.
1. MRMAN F. J. tMMMI. MaMgtr T. J.MMMN
BISMARCK ELECTRIC eo
Ed. St. Quentin
Serenade Franz Drdla
Le Torrent de la Montague ...
The Gypsy King B. Treharne
Tambourine March .Treloar, Op. 31
Telephone No. 9
Eleotrioal Wirin and Supplies
I S A N. O.
489 I0S Third Street
n» Golden Rule
dHOCETO and NOllONS
Strawberries are still advancing,
but we will hold our price for
fancy berries, per box 15c
First Peaches of the season, per
First Apricots of the season, per
Six lbs. Rheubarb for 25c
Sugar has gone up, but our
price remains 15 lbs for 1.00
Cusumbers, 4 for 25c
New Potatoes, per peck 60c
New Beets, per bunch 10c
McConkey & Son
Corner Sixth and Broadway
Annie Laurie Stobbe
Invitation to the Dance Weber
Piano duo—Harriet Falconer,
MINSTREL SHOW PLEASED.
A large audience last night attend
ed the performance of Richards and
Pringle's minstrels at the Bijou thea
tre, and from tbe generous applause
performance was well enjoyed.
There was some spirited music,
some good singing and the usual as
sortment of minstrel jokes and "hu
morosities." There was a good trom
bone solo as a special feature and
plenty of dancing and horse play.
The show is one of the few good
colored aggregations on the road and
puts up an entertaining program.
WASHBURN IS VICTOR.
The Washburn second team came
down and cleaned up the Bismarck
seconds in a baseball game played
on a muddy field yesterday afternoon.
The final score was 12 to 7 and the
Washburn pitcher is said to have 14
strikeouts to his credit. The batter
ies were: Bismarck, Sage, Durham,
Claymore and Haze Washburn, Lantz
Pie Crust Lemon Pie
Filling Merangue Cream Puffs
Chocolate Au Liv
English Puff Paste Cheese Straws
Afternoon Tea Buscuites
At 3:30 this afternoon Prof. Becker
will make the celebrated Walking
Cake. This cake will measure nine
teen inches square and seven inches
high. It will be placed under a board
and mashed "flat as a pancake," by
twenty-five laoles standing on the
board it will then be served to those
present in the original form.
The cake is like the old saying of
truth—that "crushed to earth will
rise again." It will immediately re
sume the original shape.
THE PLACE TO EAT.
Why look for a place to eat, when
you always find the popular priced
Coonen's Cafe on Main street ready
to serve you in a jiffy with either
short order or meal that there's just
one way to describe, "Best I ever ate**
they say, and "I don't see how they
do it for the money." You'll be de
lighted with the service, and glad you
went there, arid the place is—Coon
Piano—Anna Carstens, Isabel Mac- meats, salt pork, corn beef and fine
Vocal Trio—Miss Grady, Mrs. A.
Barrett, Clara Burbage.
Lorely H. Seeling, Op. 2
The Holy City—Pantomime.
Henry Mowder was a Bismarck
The dance at Ed. Anderson's was
well attended and everyone had a
jolly good time.
Will and Earl Mowder went to the
timber last Sunday.
Miss Delia Olson will build in a
couple of weeks on her claim she filed
We had a fine rain Saturday night
and the farmers who had given up
breaking started in again.
Mr. Nels Anderson has bought a
Robert Patserner got a new horse
frim Will Richards one day last week.
Tony Smith has finished painting
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Baker, Sr.,
went to Bismarck Tuesday.
Wm., John and Joe Baker left Wed
nesday morning for Flasher and other
points west to shear sheep.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Baker Jr., and
Emmett Perry came up from Gayton
Saturday evening to attend the dance
at Fort Rice. Quite a number of
Livona people attended also, and all
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
reported a fine time. The Mandan
orchestra furnished the music, which
was hard to beat.
Fr|nk Oraybeal and Wesley Chand
lier ^jrent to Hazelton Thursday after
lumber to finish the new house which
the former Is building.
Percy Charmley was up from Hart
ford Saturday evening.
Pete Baker was calling on friends
at Hartford Sunday.
Irving Kline, a son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Keys, who has spent the last
couple of years here, returned to his
old home in Michigan last week.
Try Gussner's special fatted meats.
It is excellent in quality—in fact,
there is none better. You will ap
preciate their appetizing steaks and
juicy roasts. These roasts are cul
from the choicest parts of young:
steers (from two to three years oUty
by expert meat cutters and all mea'
at the Gussner market is carefully
Mr. Gussner has a packing plant at
home and manufactures his sausages
and meats here, thereby keeping the
money at home and at the same time
saving his customers a great deal on
prices. In the line of meats, Guss
ners have breakfast bacon, dry salt
lard. You should use his sausages,
made by expert sausage makers
who've worked for years at the trade.
It's a treat to get well-ground, prop
erly seasoned fresh sausage that you'll
enjoy. And you'll enjoy meat of any
kind if you buy at Gussner's.
We have also the famous Califor
nia canned goods which cannot be
surpassed either in high quality or
low price. We want you to try them,
and If not strictly up to the standard
of the very best canned goods In high
quality and at as low a price as this
grade can b* jjold for, we will re
turn your money. There Is a saving
of 25 per cej»f on thesg goods at
BETTER FARMING SPECIAL
AND THE DAY AT PINGREE
Pingree, N. T„ June 9.—(Special.)
—The better farming special left Jim
town on time and arrived in Pingree
to meet the usual crowds that are
awaiting the arrival at every station
The Pingree people have been busy.
They had a market day, changing the
date from the regular market day
to better observe this meeting. They
had ball games and other matters of
The railroad construction from Pin
gree to Wilton is being pushed rapidly
and the farmers along the line are
promised that the cars will be ready
to take their wheat to market as It
comes from the thresher this fall.
Profs. Bolley and Dynes came up on
the train at noon and spent the after,
noon here, taking an automobile ride
in different directions in order to ob
serve the true conditions of the crops.
Prof. Bolley says that he finds the
stand excellent and the growth satis
factory. Crops are a little late but he
says the farmers tell him that the
prospects are better than for some
years. The acreage is large and
much new breaking being seeded. The
lands are advancing in price rapidly
and general prosperity prevails in
pay for a Caloric,
We have sold several Caloric Fireless Cook Stoves this
spring and every purchaser is Enthusiastic One lady,
rather skeptical at first, is so enthusiastic that she has arranged
with us to ship one to daughter at Wapheton, N. D., and
relative in Nebraska. You would not imagine
Furniture Department, ask for a Caloric Demonstra=
tion. Let us tell you the why and wherefor of. this
over anything, but just visit our
You can cook anything in a Caloric more economically,
with better results, than the old-fashioned way. No trouble,
no worry, no loss of time, and practically no cost for fuel.
We sell each and every Caloric under a positive
guarantee. Your money back if not absolutely satisfactory.
Remember, you can save en
Prices Range From
A. W. LUCAS
fuel this summer to
Friday, June 10, 1910.
BUILD YOUR OWN HOME
Bismarck has many beautiful building lots, and
right now is the time to start. You'll feel indepen
dent to say nothing of the investment—of owning
your own home—of having things to suit YOU and
of the certain increase in valuation.
We Have Everything for the Builders Use
Lumber—good lumber—of all kinds, lathe, shinglee,
siding, frame stuff, cement, in fact we can supply
your building needs from basement to comb board,
and the price, well, just liow little money it takes at
our yard will surprise you. W also carry the best
line of prepared rooQng on the market.
Come in and talk it over with us.
You'll be under
Goodridge-Call Lumber Co.
Bismarck Phone 11
5 North Dakota
this part of the state, in fact this is
the case at every stop made.
The train now has covered three
hundred and eighty seven miles and
made nine'stops, and in all this ter
ritory crop prospects have been good,
but a little late. There is plenty of
moisture in the ground and with the
rainfall of the past two days there
will be no trouble on account of dry
weather for quite a while, even if
no rain comes for some time.
The band headed a large delegation
of people and coming to the train
there was the usual program. Until
leaving time the interest was Intense,
and seems to be growing at every
stop, and it now looks as if the rail
road and college would have their
hopes more than realized.
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