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The Pioneer Abstract Office
of the County
Abstracts guaranteed by Surety
Bond $10,000 filed in the office of
the County Auditor.
DRURY CASE DISMISSED
The case of the city vs. Drury, the
Northern Pacic conductor who was
arrested three weeks ago for block
ading the Street crossings on Third
Fifth and Seventh streets, thereby
preventing the firemen from running
to the scene of the Swanson fire,
was dismissed in Justice Pierce's court
Wednesday morning, at the request of
City Attorney Register. The city
commission passed a resolution Mon
day evening that the city would not
take action in this matter.
SPLENDID CROP OUTLOOK
A. 13. Doran, representative of the
Internationa! Harvester Co. in the
western part of the state, was in the
city Wednesday. Mr. Doran states
that business is starting in unusually
fine for this season and he hopes this
will be a banner year for the com
pany. The crops in western North
Dakota are looking splendid, and the
prospects for a large harvest are very
favorable.
ODD FELLOWS TO MEET
The regular meeting of Capital
City lodge No. 2 1. O. O. F. will be
held tonight at the Odd Fellows hall,
corner of Wain and Third streets.
There will be work in the initiatory
and scarlet degrees. All visiting
members are cordially invited to at
tend.
TRAVELING ORGANIZER HERE
George Stelzle, traveling organizer
of the German Roman Catholic Aid
society, was an arrival in the city
Wednesday. Mr. Stelzle will partici
pate in the congress of Catholic lay
men to be held today and tomorrow
at the armory and will speak at some
of the meetings.
NOTES GREAT IMPROVEMENT
C. F. Martin, a former resident of
Bismarck, who has been spending the
past few years in the Musselshell
country in Montana, was in the city
Wednesday. When Mr. Martin left
here, only half the dwelling houses
were occupied. He is very much sur
prised at the tremendous growth
which has occurred in the past few
years and notes remarkable advance
ment along all lines.
JUDGE WINCHESTER WENT EAST
Judge and Mrs. W. H. Winchester
departed for the east on No. 8 yes
terday afternoon. They will make
their first stop at Hanover, N. H.,
where their son Harold will graduate
from Dartmouth college in a few
days. They will then visit the larger
eastern cities before their return
home.
WORK BEGUN ON NE W BUILDING
A large crew of men commenced to
excavate for the basement of the new
building of the International Harvest
er Co. Monday. The contract for the
excavating has been sub-let to Thom
as Fortune, who is supervising the
present operations. The work will
be pushed along as rapidly as possi
ble and the building will be ready for
occupancy before December 1st, it is
expected.
The Cresent Trio
Singing, Dancing and Refined Comedy
Sketch. A Great Feature Act.
References
Bismarck Bank
First National Bank
P. E. N E
Official Abstracter of Titles for
Burleigh County
An County Official of
Burleigh Cou nty
Bismarck, N. D.
BISMARCK, N. D.
Taxes Paid for Non-residents
Byrne's Abstract Reports issued twice a week, contain the
current real estate transfers of the county.
THE CITY
ATTENDE WOODMAN PICNIC
Governor John Burke returned yes
terday from Hoople, Walsh county,
where he attended the Woodmen pic
nic. A large number of picnickers
were in attendance and Governor
Burke and Hon. T. D. Ca3ey of Graf
ton delivered addresses. There was
a ball game, a picnic dinner and plen
ty of amusement. The governor made
a flying trip, returning to take up the
matter of appointmnets for Burke
and Renville counties.
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION IN
SESSION
The board of equalization met Wed
nesday morning in the city hall and
began their work of the next two
weeks. This year they will in all
probability put in thirty per cent
valuation as compared with forty per
cent, which was the rate last year.
LARGE MACHINERY SALES
C. J. Wermerskirchen, manager of
the Beach Implement Co. of Beach,
N. D., was in "Bismarck Wednesday on
business. Mr. Wermerskirchen plac
ed an order with the International
Harvester Co. of this city for ten
carloads of mower3, hinders, rakes,
reapers and other machinery. This
speaks well for the business to be
done at Beach next fall and is one
of many large orders that are han
dled through the local offices of the
International people.
BLAISDELL IS HAPPY
Minot Reporter: Secretary of State
Alfred Blaisdell came in from Bis
marck for a brief visit in Minot this
morning. Mr. Blaisdell says he is
well satisfied with the progress of his
congressional campaign. He says he
has not bought a vote up to the pres
ent time and doesn't intend to at any
time, that he is keeping a careful ac
count of his campaign expenses and
doing all the work he can consistent
ly and that the reception accorded
his candidacy by the people is grati
fying.
MANY TRACTS OF LAND.
There was a large sale of isolated
tracts of land at the United States
land office at Bismarck Wednesday.
Among those to take advantage of the
sale were John Hoerner of Almont
Charles W. Corey of Dogtooth GeOs.
F. Gifford of Dogtooth Robert W.
Trammer of Mulberry Angus A. Stew
art of Stewartsdale Wm. F. Coch
rane of Bismarck and Conklin Broth
ers of Bismarck.
READY FOR SHEEP SHEARING
Fred Dutton of Hazelton, was in the
city Wednesday afternoon. He was
looking up sheep shearers and buying
a supply of twine and •wool sacks for
the approaching clip. He is the larg
est sheep owner in this part of the
country. The clip will probably start
the first of the week, although some
other sheepmen are already in the
midst of their shearing.
NEW HOMESTEAD ENTRIES.
There were several applications for
homesteads filed at the local land of
fice Wednesday. The following per
sons filed on claims'.
Peter Fogt of Odense H. H. Wiehe,
of Bowden Martin O. Olson, of Gar
rison Wijbur L. Johnson of Ashley
Miss Alice Parvey. of Gackle Bert
E. Hayes, of Center Claude W. Chap-
Real Estate and Investments
FARM LOANS IN MISSOURI
SLOPE COUNTRY SOLICITED
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The Golden Rule
6H0GERIES andNOnONS
New Potatoes, per peck .60
Radishes, 2 bunches for 15
Bing Cherries, per pound .25
Peaches, per dozen .. -40
Apricots, per dozen 20
Bananas, per dozen 30
We have Apple Jam and Jelly of
the following flavors on hand:
Raspberry, Strawberry, White
Cherry, Black Raspberry, Red Cur
rant, Peach, Quince, Red Cherry,
Plum Fig, Blackberry, Grape—in
quart Mason jars, per jar 30
McConkey & Son
PEONE 209.
Corner Sixth and Broadway
pell of Sibley Butte Wilhelm Hinkle,
of Hebron Elmer Wellman, of Dia
mond, and Albert H. Stoddard, of
Finch. Isaac C. Johnson of Sims made
final proof on his claim and Cassius
M. Long of Flasher, made commuta
tion proof on his homestead.
METHODIST SOCIAL.
The ladles of the McCabe Metho
dist Episcopal church will give a soc
ial in the parlors of the church this
afternoon from three to five o'clock.
Everyone is invited to com*.
APPLIED FOR SECOND PAPERS
Ole G. Hagstrom of Wilton, was in
the Capital City Wednesday. He filed
a petition in the office of the clerk of
court for his second citizenship pa
pers,
SERGT. COMING.
Has Completed Thirty Years Service
In the Regular Army.
First Pergeant Joseph Tully.Co. L,
U. S. infantry, sailed from Manila on
Wednesday for his home in Bismarck.
Sergeant Tully has completed the
equivalent of thirty years' continuous
service in the army and has been hon
orably retired.
The sergeant is a young man to be
retired from the service. He was
born in Philadelphia, July 6, 1869. He
entered the army as musician on Oct.
6, 1886. His foreign service in
Cuba and the Philippines count as
double time on his retirement and he
is therefore retired iW^the age of 41.
His family, his paiients and his many
friends anxiously await his safe re
turn.
AN APPRECIATION
The Herald at Grand Forks has
this flattering mention of State Legis
lative Librarian Johnson:
Among the successful candidates
for the bar examination which' ended
yesterday at Grand Forks with the
swearing in of the new attorneys, is
State Legislative Librarian Sveinb
jorn Johnson, a university of North
Dakota graduate. Few people realize
just how important a place the legis
lative librarian occupies in North
Dakota and of its growth in value to
the legislators. The law of 1907 form
ing the library commission should he
to keep up a bureau of this kind. Lit
tle was done in the matter, however,
until Mr. Johnson was elected to the
position and formally took charge in
August, 1908. From that time the
work has steadily grown and has now
assumed such proportions that any
reasonable question relating to laws
of this and other stateB can be read
ily answered. The legislative libra
rian is bound to prove invaluable as
a source of information in the draw
ing up of new laws, facilities being
provided for a comparison of such
bills as may be drafted within the
laws of other states on the same sub
ject.
One of the principal activities of
the board will be to issue from time
to time bulletins on matters of legis
lative importance. In this connec
tion, it is interesting to note that the
next bulletin to be issued by the bu
reau will be one on the subject of
good roads legislation. This bulletin
will be out before the next legislature
convenes and will undoubtedly be of
great value to the legislators in for
mulating the good roads legislation
that is sure to come up at that time.
That bulletin will contain a digest
of the good roads laws in other states
and particularly in states where the
road tax is paid in cash. There will
also be a resume of the methods of
handling the legislation in the dif
ferent counties in this state. Mr.
Johnson will attend the good roads
convention in Fargo the latter part
of the month and expects to get some
valuable hints on good roads legisla
tion.
About 50 doz. Summer Neckwear,
including Wash Ties, Stocks, and the
latest designs and patterns in four
in-hand ties. Prices from 10c to 75c
each. Just put on sale at Dahl's
Clothing Store.
Every Thing New At the Grand Tonight
HARRY DAVIS
Burlesque and Comedy Juggler
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS.
Apply to Harry Larson at Postoffice
For Information.
The United States civil service com
mission announces several examina
tions which will be held at Bismarck
in the near future. Any one interest
ed in the same may secure additional
information by addressing Mr. Harry
Larson at the BTsmarck postoffice.
Mr. Laraon is the secretary of the lo
cal board of examiners. The differ
ent examinations are as follows:
Teacher Indian service—This should
interest several people in this vicin-
ity as there is an Indian school so
near at hand. The date of the ex
amination has not yet been announc
ed.
Timber scaler, land office service—
Applicants are rated upon their prev
ious experience. This quiz will occur
June 29, 1910.
Sawyer and Marine gasoline engin
eer—Physical ability and practical
knowledge and experience are requir
ed for the applicant. This examina
tion will occur June 29. 1910.
Engineer. Indian service—This ex
amination includes questions on steam
engineering, electrical engineering,
heating, refrigeration, gas and gaso-
It is False E my to post
pone to purchase a Refrigerator
during this Hot Weather. The
next five months will be Hot Ones,
Your milk will sour butter melt until
it looks like salve meat and other
perishable food stuffs will spoil.
Make the most of every item and
in a very short time you will save the
cost of a Refrigerator.
Again, too, a Refrigerator saves
steps no running up and down the
cellar steps dozens of times every meal
is prepared.
Cu your work in half get away from
your hot, stuffy kitchen you will enjoy the
open air much more.
That tired, fagged out feeling will dis=
appear—Buy a Refrigerator Today. Our
Prices Range from $8.75 up
We carry a big line and every one
True Blue. We have sold this same
make of Refrigerators the past three
seasons and we have never had any trouble
A. W. LUCAS CO.
Julia Mae Grady
Mezzo Soprano
Singing Pictorial Melodies
line engines, and hydraulics. Several
of the branches are optional with the
person taking the quiz. This exami
nation will be held July 13-14, 1910.
About 50 doz. Summer Neckwear,
including Wash Ties, Stocks, and the
latest designs and patterns in. four
in-hand ties. Prices from 10c to 75c
each. Just put on sale at Dahl's
Clothing Store.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Ground feed, oats, corn, bran,
shorts and poultry supplies at Will's
Seed Store.—Advt.
False
Economy
MORE TIM E GRANTED.
Additional time1- has been extended
for filings on the Standing Rock and
Sheyenne River land. The land agents
are sending information to all who
have the right to file regarding the
chances of making satisfactory loca
tion. The number of winners called
up to June 11, 1910, was 4,600, the
number who failed to appear, 3,087,
the percentage dropped out 67. There
are yet nearly 5,000 claims of land to
be taken.
There are items of interest in the
Special Suit and Wash Goods Sale of
A. W. LUCAS CO.
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