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The Pioneer Abstract Office of the County Abstracts guaranteed by Surety Bond of $10,000 filed in the office of the County Auditor. $, ,j, ,i A ,,. ($ sjS^3SS3 A E O A N N E W S If you have any news at any time that would be of interest in the local columns of the Tribune do not hesitate to phone it in to the city editor. The coming and going of your friends and neigh bors, any local happenings, so cials and parties, and other news items are all very acceptable and will prove of interest to your friends and the general public. Two phone numbers— either one of which will connect you with the city desk. Call up 13 or 32 at any time after 5 p. m. $• GUEST OF GOV. BURKE. Major and Mrs. J. F. Murphy of Minot. were the guests of the gover nor at dinner Thursday evening. THIEVES AT WORK Late Thursday night sneak thieves broke into the rear of the building occupied by the Bismarck Electric company and made off with a five hundred foot roll of copper wire. The chief of police has his eye on several suspicious characters. BASEBALL TODAY The Bismarck Toozes and the team from the Indian school will cross bat3 this afternoon on the diamond in the eastern part of the city at three o'clock. Sage will pitch for the In dians and Claymore will be on the receiving end. For the Toozes Dur ham will occupy the rubber and the mask will be donned by Swett. A fast game is expected. A collection will be taken up from the spectators. Uf)llVIrnld*^ aiK Phone 4S8 w'"ch N S W polishing woodwork, furniture, pianos, etc. References Bismarck Bank First National Bank P. E. N E Official Abstracter of Titles for Burleigh County Any County Official of Burleigh County 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 PASSED BAR EXAMS. Leo Broderick of Mandan, who is I in the office of Hanley and Sullivan, attorneys at law, was in the Capital I City riday on business. Mr. Brod I erick has just returned from Grand Forks where he took the state bar examinations. He was successful and is now a full fledged North Dakota attorney. BRIDGE WHIST PARTY Mrs. G. A. Rawlings entertained sixteen of her lady friends Friday af ternoon in honor of Miss Myrtle Brown. Bridge whist was played. The parlors were tastefully decorat ed with pink roses. Mrs. John Burke won the honors of the afternoon, but turned the prize over to Miss Brown. Dainty refrshments were served. RAIN IN SOUTH DAKOTA. J. W. Fulcher, travelinig represen tative of the International Harvester company, returned to his home here Friday. He has been making a trip in South Dakota. Our sister state has received more rain this season than North Dakota and the crops are In first class condition. Across the line, however, moisture is needed very badly, he says. TAKING DOWN TH E LIGHTS. Sander Brothers have been busy removing from the streets the strings ot incandescent lights which were suspended in the down town district during the firemen's tournament and installation of the new bishop. The lights added greatly to the festive ap pearance of the city while they were in service. TREAT FOR TRIBUNE FORCE. Thursday evening, after the recep tion at Patterson's hall in honor of the new bishop, the ladies who were in charge of the refreshments called up the Tribune office and said that there .was a full pail of frapee remain ing which they wished to send over for the boys. It was deliciously pre pared and was thoroughly enjoyed by To Keep Your Floors Beautiful Every woman knows how annoying it is to have unsightly spots, water stains, dirt stains and foot tracks spoil the beauty of her floors, stairs and woodwork. They ruin the beauty of her entire home. Will you test, free, Johnson's Kleen Floor With Johnson's Kleen Floor any woman can keep her floors bright and clean—like new Johnson's Kleen Kloor reju%enates the finish—brings back its original beauty—greatly improves the appearance of all floors, whether finished with shellac- varnish or other prep arations. Johnson's Prepared Wax gives the floors that soft, lustrous, •kifnr-. artistic polish which does not show heel-marks or scratches rs. 'lust and dirt do not adhere. It is ideal for ^^Ug^gsE™ Samples and Lite* ^JLre a^ Qu 8 re You will find the possibilities of these goods shown in our window. BISMARCK HARDWARE CO.centerMANY Real Estate and Investments FARM LOANS IN MISSOURI SLOPE COUNTRY SOLICITED D. T. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. I. MMMN F. J. MMIM, Mwalgar T. J. S0RMM BISMARCK ELECTRie CO. E a W in a S I S A N W W W W Tl Golden Rule SnOOERIESaniMOflONS New Potatoes, per peck 50 Fresh Dairy Butter, per lb. .20, .25, .30 Royal Ann Cherries, per lb 30 Bing Cherries, per lb 25 Fancy Large Lemom, per doz. 30 Strawberries, 2 boxes 35 A full line rt Green Vegetables at our usual close price. A full list of Canned Meats on band. A large list of 5c, 10c, 15c, 2 for 25c and 25c articles. McConkey & Son PHONE 209. Corner Sixth and Broadway the Knocker's club, who were labor ing hard to get out the extra large edi tion describing the events in connec tion with the installation ceremonies. They thoroughly appreciated the kind ness of the ladies. NEW BOOK-KEEPER Miss Bertha Pierce of Bismarck is dong the bookkeeping work at the Bismarck hospital during the illness of Miss McDonald. BOUGHT AN AUTO Mr. and Mrs. D. E. French and son were up from Driscoll Friday. Mr. French before his return bought the automobile of' F. A. Copelin of this city The machine was shipped to Driscoll last evening. MONTANA VISITORS Mrs. John Scoville and son Ralph of Butte, Mont., who have been visit ing at the home of L. K. Thompson, left Thursday on No. 3 for their west ern home. Mrs. Thompson accom panied them and will be their guest for the ensuing two or three weeks. BOUGHT AUTO DELIVERY WAGON T. C. Loy of Stanton, was in Bis marck Friday on business at the of fice of the International Harvester company. Before departing for his home he purchased a new I. H. C. automobile delivery wagon. His re turn trip was made in the new ma chine. CALLED TO SON'S BEDSIDE. Judge B. F. Spalding was called to Fargo Wednesday by the serious ill ness of his son. The latter was feel ing in excellent health Tuesday but was taken with a severe case of ap pendicitis Wednesday and so serious was his case that the judge was tele graphed for immediately. DAYLIGHT STORE NOW. The Bismarck Hardware company has changed the appearance of its store materially. The front windows which were formerly painted black, have been treated to several coats of white. A large window extending clear across the rear end of the store has also been put in. This makes it a daylight store and is a great im provement for the interior. MORE SEIZURES. Chief of Police McDonald seized one three gallon demijohn and six quarts of whiskey from Mrs. Logs don last night, on the south side of the tracks. He also seized four barrels of beer at the Soo depot. The parties had evidently been expecting some thing of the sort as the labels had all been torn off the bottles and the address torn off the barrel. OTTO DIRLAM»PROSPERING Otto Dirlara, who recently moved to Underwood to open an automobile gar age there, was in the city Friday. He came down in a machine. He says that business has been on the boom ever since he landed at Underwood and that when he arrived there there were already four machines standing before the new garage waiting for him. Prospects are very bright in his new location for a prosperous fu ture. BETTER THAN CALIFORNIA Mrs. Charles Schuyter of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs. H. W. Allen of Brad dock, N. D., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Casselman. Mrs. Schuyter spent the winter in California, but thinks that the prairies of North Da kota are as beautiful as California. She has been .visiting at several dif ferent points in the state and ex presses much appreciation of the royal manner in which North Dakota people has entertained her and of their generous, open-hearted hospi tality. MAY LOCATE HERE Assistant Manager Logue of the Fairbanks Morse Co. of St. Paul was in the capital city attending to some business matters. Mr. Logue wa3 in-and specting the city from a commercial standpoint and the company may es-scribers tablish a distribution station here. Nothing has been definitely decided upon as yet, however. The Fairbanks Morse people are the largest manu facturers of scales in the world and should they locate here will add ma-answer, terially to Bismarck's industry. AUTO PARTIES. Bismarck is becoming a favorite for auto parties from all along the line of neighboring towns. Scarce ly a day passes now but that there are three or four, and at times double that number of machines with their parties here. Thursday night there were seven autos sheltered at Henz ler's garage, owned by persons from Garrison. Braddock, McKenzie and other points. During the summer months they will come in from all directions. LIKED THE NURSE Emmons County Record: Miss Anna Meyers, who came from Bis marck to care for little Bernard Weatherby in his recent severe ill ness closed her work at the Weath erby home last week, her patient be ing out of danger. She was then I called to the Hogue hotel to do some BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE nursing of a patient there. Mr. and) Mrs. Weatherby speak in terms of unstinted praise of Miss Meyer*' com petency and devotion as a nurse, and •ay that much of the credit for their boy's recovery is due to the faithful attention of the nurse. CENSUS RETURNS SLOW. T. H. Poole was an arrival In the city Thursday night from Harvey, where he has been assisting the cen sus supervisor of the Second district of North Dakota, Mr. Fred O. Brews ter, in preparing the different folios for forwarding to Washington. A number of the enumerators in the western part of the state have not sent in their schedules as yet and some have not even completed their work of enumeration. This will de lay the publication of the official re turns for some time. MORE NEW TOWNS. The names and locations of all the new towns on the Plngree Wilton branch have been selected. Two of the new towns will be located in Stutsman county. The names will be Woodworth, located on section 4-142 68, and Vashti, on section 19-143-69. Other towns are named after Lee Pettibone and Col. Tuttle of Dawson, Senator Regan of Fessenden and C. Wing of Carrington. The prospects are that lively villages will soon be heard from drawing business and in vestments and attracting new popu lation both for the towns and county surrounding. ENTERTAINED CLUB. Mrs. J. E. Dawson entertained the members of the Birthday club at her home on north Seventh street Friday afternoon. The time was very pleas antly spent in playing whist. Light refreshments were served. About twelve ladies were in attendance. Mrs. E. E. Morris and Mrs. M. W. Hutchinson cut for the Birthday club prize, Mrs. Morris winning the cut. iviesdames Stinson and Arnot and Miss Josie Williams cut for the guest prize and the lot fell to Mrs. Stin son. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. H. M. Uttley of O'Neill, Nebraska, guardian of the minor heirs of Thos. B. Chandler ot* Slaughter, made final proof before the United States land office on the homestead filed upon by Mr. Chandler. The latter died before he was able to establish his residence thereon, being suffocated by gas in a coal mine near Wilton. The children kept up the cultivation of the land each year, however. Other homesteaders to prove up on their claims were Anna Vincent (formerly Kanski) of Wilton, Christ ian Zieffle of GacTkle, Andreas Adjeld son of Wishek, Louis H. Beall of Arena, W. M. Thompson of Hurds field and William T. Knowles of Ong. Anthony J. Sinkula of Carl, N. D., filed on a claim in Morton county. There are items of interest in the Special Suit and Wash Goods Sale of A. W. LUCAS CO. AN INVESTMENT. A saving:! account is a safe invest ment. Our savings department is un der National bank supervision and we pay 4 per cent, payable quarterly. $f.00 will open an account. Start to day. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK. THE PLACE TO BUY Ground feed, oats, corn, bran, shorts and poultry supplies at Will's Seed Store.—Advt. AUCTION SALE AT BALDWIN The Ladies' Aid society will hold its annual auction sale and social in the church at Baldwin, N. D„ on Wednesday afternoon, June 22, 1910. All kinds of ready-made garments and many "other useful things will be sold to the highest bidder. Refresh ments will also be served. Proceeds go toward supporting the minister in charge. Bring your family and tell your friends to come. Don't forget the date.—Advt. SUMMONS State of North Dakota, county of Burleigh. In district court, Sixth judicial dis trict. George A. Welch, plaintiff, vs. J. S. Dickerson, L. P. Norton, Nellie L. Call, Katharine Thompson, Harry Call and Grant Call, sole heirs at law of F. J. Call, deceased S. A. Blom quist, F. A. Leavenworth, and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in or lien or in cumbrance upon the property de scribed in the complaint, defendants. The State of North Dakota to toe above named defendants: You and each of you are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above* entitled action, which complaint is hereto an nexed and herewith served upon you, to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the sub at their offices in the city of Bismarck, in said county and state, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and in case of your failure to appear or judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., April 115th, 1910. COCHRANE & ,BRADLEY, Attorneys for plaintiff. To the above named defendants: You and each of you will please take notice that the summons and complaint in the above entitled ac tion were filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of Burleigh county, North Dakota, on the 16th day of April, 1910, and that thi3 ac tion is brought for the purpose of quieting title in this plaintiff to lots twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14), fifteen (15), sixteen (16), seven teen (17), eighteen (18), nineteen (19), and twenty-two (22), all In block twelve (12), of McKenzle's addition to the city of Bismarck, Burleigh county, North Dakota. COCHRANE & BRADLEY. Attorneys for plaintiff. IL 01Y srituotDasf, Jum@ ISfth ¥Mh ©i th® Serii ©i Satardla^ SaO igph as well right to ft§ point ladle ITEM ONE Half price There is only one reason for this exceptional suit sale, and that is that we want to give the trade one day to select from the best stock of ladies' suits in this section of the country at prices not to be equaled, in order that they may get the habit of using our ready-to-wear department. Good selection of styles, materials and sizes. $15.00 Suits today only $7.50 $17.50 Suits today only 8.75 $20.00 Suits today only 10.00 $22.50 Suits today only 11.25 $25.00 Suits today only 12.50 $27.50 Suits today only 13.75 $32.50 Suits today only 16.25 $35.00 Suits today only 17.50 $40.00 Suits today only 20.00 ITEM TWO Dress Goods That Are Selling Now White Serge, all wool, 42 In. wide, $1.00 value r....$ .75 White Serge, all wool, 54 in. wide, $1.38 value 1.03 White Serge, all wool, 54 In. wide, $1.95 value 1.46 Shepherd Checks, 36 in. wide, 18c value 13 Shepherd Checks, 36 in. wide, 25c value 19 Shepherd Checks, 36 in. wide, 35c value 26 Shepherd Checks, 42 in. wide, 65c value 45 Shepherd Checks, 42 in. wide, $1.00 value 75 Shepherd Checks, 54 in. wide, $1.25 value 94 ITEM THREE One Lot of Ladies' Waists Made of Jap Silk, Taffeta Silk, Lace Net and Lawn A very large line of Boys' Blouses. Colored blouses regularly priced low for every-day wear, white and light colored ones for dress. Regular prices, considering the workmanship and the quality of the material, is cheaper than, you could make them, not saying a word about these redpeed prices for Saturday. 35c Blouses today only 28c 50c Blouses today only 40c 65c Blouses today only 52c $1.00 Blouses today only 75c Department Store Saturday, June 18, 1910.