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The Pioneer Abstract Office
of the County
Abstracts guaranteed by Surety
rlond of $10,000 filed In the office of
the County Auditor.
Convention.
September 23—Baptist
Convention.
October .'.—Methodist
State
State
Conference.
October 6—Methodist
Conference.
October 7—Methodist
Conference.
October 8—Methodist,
Conference.
October !)—Methodist
State
State
Conference.
October 11—State Federation
of Womens' Clubs.
October 12—State Federation
of Womens' Clubs.
October 13—State Federation
of Womens' Clubs.
October 14—State Federation
of Womens' Clubs.
October 26—State Educational
Association.
October 27—State Educational
Association.
October 28—State Educational
Association.
July, 1911—North Dakota Inde
pendent Telephone Associa
tion.
THE CIT
TAKING BUSINESS COURSE.
Kenton Gaskell of Sterling came to
Bismarck Friday. He will commence
a business course at the Bismarck
Business college Monday.
OPERATED UPON.
Miss Mary White, who has been In
the city all winter, will be operated
upon today at St. John'3 hospital at
Fargo for appendicitis. She has been
very ill the past few days.
•RETURNED FROM VACATION.
Truman G. Shipman has returned
to his work at the local offices of the
United States weather bureau in this
city. He has been visiting at his
home at Sunbury, Pa., for the past
two weeks on hi3 annual vaaction.
FINE BABY GIRL.
Mrs. A. T. McLeish, who has been
in the city for the pa3t five weeks, re
turned to her home at Turtle Lake
Friday. She was acompanied by Mr.of
McLeish and a fine baby girl, who was
born in the city a few weeks ago.
SETTLED HERE.
"W. C. Cashman, the new local man
ager of the Armour company, has:cars
rented a house at the corner of Ave-1
nue A and Eleventh street and will
settle down here with his family early
'next week.
300-Mile Auto Trip.
Fred Conklin will leave this morn
ing for an extended auto trip through
southern Morton county. He will
cover over two hundred miles and
will not return before Monday even
ing.
VISITING FRIENDS.
Mrs. J. Maasen and daughter, Cath
erine, have gone to Mantador, N. D.,difficulties
for a short visit. They will be theis
guests of Father Simons for a time
before returning. Father Simons was
recently in Bismarck, returning home
only a short time ago.
RETURNED TO VALLEY CITY.
Adjutant General Brigadier General
Amasa P. Peake has returned to histhe
home at Valley City after attending
the duties of his office in connection
•with the coming field maneuvers at
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References
Bismarck Bank
First National Bank
P. E. N E
Official Abstracter of Titles for
Burleigh Count
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.
Coming Events
July 26—"The White Squaw."
August 2V—Buffalo Hill's and
Pawnee Dill's Combined At
tractions.
September 20—Baptist
State
Convention.
September 21—Baptist State
Convention.
September 22—Baptist State
Any County Official of
Burleigh County
Bismarck, N. D.
Sparta. He has issued all of the ne
cessary orders, and will remain at
home until a few days before the regi
ment leaves, when he will return to
the capital city to see that every
thing goes along smoothly.
HERE ON BUSINESS.
H. Turner of the collection depart
ment of the International Harvester
company at Fargo was in the city
Thursday and Friday looking after
business interests for the company.
Ht^ departed last evening for Miles
City, Mont.
PLEASANT PARTY.
Miss (iertrude Morey entertained
.•.' several of her young lady friends very
pleasantly Thursday evening. Among
•, those in attendance were the Misses
$ Bertha Varney, Bessie Varney, Fern
State •iReade and Laura Lewis. All of hercharming
guests repoct a most enjoyable time.
State
UP FROM DES MOINES.
J. Pilklngton of Des Moines was
an arrival in the city Thursday. He
made the entire trip in an auto. He
left his machine at Bismarck while
he went on to Dickinson by train,
where he has business interests to
look after.
W.
RETURNED FROM FARGO.
Captain and Mrs. John Belk re
turned on No. 7 Friday from Fargo,
where they attended the grand lodge
meetings of the Knights of Pythias
and the Pythian Sisters, respectively.
.. They both report a very good time and
.». the best sessions of the Pythian3 that
,j were ever held in the state.
WILL PLAY WITH MANDAN.
Two or three of the Bismarck ball
tossers will play with Mandan Sun
day in their game with Glen Ullin.
Mandan has a strong team this year
and has won a majority of the games
played. It is expected that Edwards,
Kaiser and one or two others of theheld
local boys will assist the neighboring
team In tomorrow's contest.
NEW FIXTURES.
r. J. MMMM, Mantir
BISMARCK ELECTRIC CO.
Clectrioal Wiring and Supplies
BISMARCK, N. D.
Real Estate and Investments
FARM LOANS IN MISSOURI
SLOPE COUNTRY SOLICITED
Mr. Kester of the Famous Store has
been busy the past few days installing
new fixtures in his place of business.
New garment fixtures are being added
downstairs, and a balcony is being
constructed for the fitting and altera
tion room. This will give more floor
space for the display of goods on theied
main floor.
PLEADED GUILTY.
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A. R. Hallock, the fireman of theprominent
Linton branch, who was recently ar
rested by Deputy Sheriff Frank Barnes
for violation of the state game laws,
was tried before Justice Pierce Fri
day morning. He pleaded guilty to
the charge and was fined $10 for each
bird killed, which made a fine of $20
and costs. He paid this amount and
was released.
SELLING HARVESTERS.
In spite of the first bear stories
that were circulated concerning the
conditions of the crops in this section
the state, the officials of the Inter
national Harvester company say that
their sales are considerably better
than they were expected to be. They
shipped out three cars of headers yes
terday and every day finds several
of harvesting machinery and
twine leaving the local depot. In
view of the outlook of three weeks ago
business
well.
is holding up remarkably
LOWEST STAGE IN YEARS.
Boats on Missouri River Being Oper
ated Under Great Diffiiculties
The Missouri river at Williston has
reached the lowest stage for several
years at this time of the year and
from all along the river comes reports
that ferries are being operated under
and that the stage of water
the lowest for years during the
month of July.
The same thing is true of the Yel
lowstone and freight boats plying on
the river literally have to walk over
some of the bars they encounter in
trips from Mondak and Glendive.
The dry season and the fact that
snow in the headwaters in the
mountains melted earlier than usual
this year is held responsible for thehave
low stage.
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GROCERIES and NOTIONS
Bananas, per doz 20c
3-K, Norway Herring, per lb 10c
Fresh Lettuce, ber 4 bunches .. 15c
Fresh Radishes, pulled Thursday,
per bunch 05c
Large basket Tomatoes 50c
Large Melons, each 50c
Large Basket Plums, each 50c
Peaches, per basket 35c
98 lb. sack Climax Flour 3.50
Price on flour holds good until
Saturday night.
42 piece fancy set Dishes, only ..4.00
Large, fancy Pitchers, each 15c
Three different patterns.
Don't forget to try the Hiawatha
extra sifted E. J. Peas, special
price this week, per can 20c
McConke & So
PHONE No. 209
Corner Sixth and Broadway
PLEASANT FUNCTION.
Mrs. E.
of
P. Quain Entertains in Honor
Miss Burns of Spokane.
Mrs. E. P. Quain entertained a large
number of the young ladies of the city
Friday afternoon in honor of Miss
Irene Burns of Spokane, Wash., who
is the guest of Miss Julia Baker for
a few days.
The parlors were tastefully dec
orated. Miss Burns possesses a very
voice and entertained the
party with a number of very pleasing
songs. Following this there were
forms of entertainment provided for
the guests, after which light refresh
ments weer served. All present had
a very pleasant time.
$800 FOR CITY.
Considerable Penalty and Interest Due
From County.
The city auditor checked up the spe
cial sewer and sidewalk assessments
with the county auditor Friday and
found that there was a sum due theing.
city of $800 for accrued penalty and
interest. Of thi3 amount $725 waswas
from the sewer assessments and $75 Mrs
from the sidewalk assessments. This
amount will be turned over to the city
in the near future.
THOMAS WEEKS' FUNERAL.
Remains Were Laid to Rest Beside the
Body of His Father.
Portsmouth, N. H., Herald: The
funeral of Thomas Alleft Weeks was'
on Sunday afternoon July 10,
from the residence of his sister, Mrs.
Mabelle L. Coes. Rev. I. J. Merry
conducted the service, assisted by theness
quartette of Messrs, Gray, Philbrick,
Montgomery and Parker,
They represented. Bismarck Lodge
No. 14. Loyal Order of Moose, a
national lodge. He was
laid at rest in the Klttery Point ceme
tery beside his father, the late Capt.
Thomas Weeks, well known here, and
lnterrment was in charge of Oliver W.
Hamm.
Masses of floral tributes showed
the esteem he was held in, both at
Bismarck and here, the lodge at Bis
marck sending a large, magnificent
billow, bearing the lodge emblems,
"P. A. P."
He is survived by his mother. Mrs.
Frances S. Thorpe a sister, Mrs. M.attend
L. Coes, and three nieces, Mrs. D. A.
Wasson and Misses Alice and Phyl
lis Coes.
NEW RESTAURANT.
C. S. Tuck will open a new restau
rant at No. 116 Fifth street today
to serve short orders and dinners,
making special features of his din
ners. The quick service feature will
be a drawing card as the customer
will be served at once—no bother
some waits.
Do not fail to read A. W. Lucas &
Co.'s July clearing sale ad. They
are offering exceptional bargains in
summer merchandise.
$
NEW FABRICS.
S Advance fall styles, showing
the new colors—gray, blue
and the popular new browns.
Suits made to your measure
& $25.00 and up.
Very nice for fall wearing.
ED GUNDERSON,
•i if th Street a or Shop.
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FOOD SALE.
The ladies of the M. E. church will
a food sale in Hoskin's store
Saturday afternoon.
Fred Mason will enter Mankato
(Minn.) Commercial College Sept. 1.
Over 700 students in attendance last
year. You can get particulars by
sending for free Year Book.
SUCCESSFUL SAVING.
You can make a success of saving
by starting with a small amount.
Open an account with us. One dollar
will do it. The four per cent interest
we pay, compounded every three
months, will Increase your savings
materially. We invite small accounts
as well as large ones. The City Na
tional Bank of Bismarck.
Cook stoves and ranges, all kinds?
from $5 up, both new and second
hand, at Faunce's, Fourth street. Call
and see me.
BISMARCK DAXL^ TRIBUNE
PERSONAL I
Miss Marion Newton of Mandan,
is visiting for a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Foley at their home
at 522 Sixth street.
Dr. O. T. Benson of Glen Ullin, for
merly of Bismarck, returned to his
home after attending to business in
the city Thursday and Friday.
Governor John Burke was a west
bound passenger on No. 7 Friday af
ternoon.
Fred W. Shearer was an arrival in
the city Friday and went to Mandan
where he will remain until the mili
tia is ready to go to Sparta.
E. W. Wasche has returned to his
home in this city after an extended
visit at Wahpeton. and at various
towns in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Jack W. Murphy stopped off in the
Capital City for a few hours Friday
en route from Valley City to Hebron.
George Anderson has returned to
Bismarck after a vacation trip Jn
Minnesota and South Dakota.
G. W. Wolbert, who attended the
grand lodge of the Knights of Pyth
ias at Fargo, has returned to Bis
marck.
G. A. McFarlane of Dickinson, was
in the city Friday evening on a busi
ness mission.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Loftsy of Wash
burn, were arrivals in the city Friday
over the north Soo.
Deputy County Treasurer Josie
Williams has returned to Bismarck
after spending a few days at her
home in Wilton.
Fred Steinert of Grass Lake town
ship, attended to business matters at
the court house on Friday afternoon.
C. L. Holt of Plaia, came down to
the Capital City Friday in his au-where
tomobile and brought down a party of
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Roop of Hazelton,
were arrivals in the city Friday eaajfli
ing.
Michael Wolf of Naughton, tran
sacted business in Bismarck Friday
afternoon.
J. A. Hyland of Washburn, was in
Bismarck Friday evening on a brief
business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kurtz were in
the city from Hazelton Friday even-
Mrs. William Simpson of Mandan
a guest at the home of Rev. and
S. A. Danford Friday.
J. H. Olsen of Washburn was a
business visitor in the city Friday
afternoon.
Miss Fern Sutton of Mandan was a
visitor in the city Friday and returned
to her home on No. 5.
Miss Isabelle McGillis has returned
to her home in the city after spending
several weeks' vacation with freinds
'Barnes,- N. D.
a
O. L. Eskelson of Underwood was in
Bismarck Friday attending to busi
matters.
His relatives and many friends were' few days, will return to her home
grief stricken to learh of his untime
ly death so many miles away from
home, but were greatly comforted to
learn that two lodge escorts, P. Fa.
Strock. worthy dictator, and Ira W.
Griffin, both dear friends, accompan
him from almost across the con
tinent.
Mrs. John Miller of Krem, N. D„Lumber
who has been in the city for the past
this morning.
Miss Louise Klein returned this
morning to Washburn after spending
short time at Bismarck.
Sister Seraphine of Fort Yates was
an arrival in Bismarck Friday for a
short visit.
Thomas Fitch has gone to Regina,
Canada, to look after the construc
tion of the new International Harves
ter company building at that point.
W. S. Burly of the Aberdeen Amer
ican was in the city Friday night
calling on old friends.
Miss Reta Barnett, who has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. T. Murphy, returned yesterday to
her home at Cleveland, Ohio.
Misses Maida Wenger and Elizabeth
Goldader left this morning on No. 6
for Fargo, where they will remain to
the state fair next week.
You can make your store grow up
to match your PLANS FOR IT if you
advertise it SUFFICIENTLY.
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all the time?
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Everybody satisfied with
the Hiawatha Line Goods.
We carry the complete line
here.
Buy your
groceries
where they
are always
fresh of
known quality
and the
price is
right. For
instance we
ofFer lemons
as nice as
you can buy
in town, for
only 40c
per dozen.
$
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Just one of
the many
grocery bar
gains found
every day at
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BRADDOCK MAN OVER
CONE BY THE HEAT
Braddock, N D., July 22.—John
M. Melander of this city, was over
heated while working in his black
smith shop in this city last week.
Saturday night he autoed to Bismarck
he remained until Monday, be
ing advised by his physicians not tothat
work nor to expose himself to the
heat for at least two weeks.
Friday last Anton Erickson, a farm-:
er living just south of Braddock, lost:
two large, fat hogs from the heat. At
noon he went to the pen to feed the
animals and found them dead.
Monday the only and original Den-1
nis Hannifin came down from Bis-1
marck. Dennis was bound for
Hazel-1the
ton but up at Long Lake where
trails cross he got tangled up
came to Braddbck. Tuesday morning
after declaring that the unfaithful-1
ness of Frank Bryant of Napoleon]
caused his defeat for United States
senator, he started across lots for]
Thurston's town.
the Stock Growers' bank at Napolejon,
and with Mrs. Heath he left yesterday
for that place to assume his new du
ties.
TODAY ONLY, AT
Miss Flo. Lawrence has accepted els to the acre, which isn't considered
the position or assistant in the Brad- bad at all, when one takes into con
dock postoifice. She is a bright young sideration the talk there has been all
lady and made good from the start. summer of very bad crops. He had
Fred Heath, who for nearly three 1,500 bushels off seventy-five acres,
years has acted as the C. L. Merrick The quality was good.
company's agent at this I
place, .was recently elected cashier of'
The soil of the Missouri Slope Is
this season proving that as a drouth
resister it has no equal anywhere
was it otherwise there could be no•
vegetation alive whatever. Twenty
years ago when prairie fires annually
swept the country the conditions were
SPECIAL
the reverse the uplands were parch
ed and barren of vegetation during
dry seasons. Thus protection of the$50,000
wild hay from prairie fires has given
it a chance to root deeply and to cov
er the ground with a solidly woven
mat of grass that in turn protects
the ground from the moisture-sapping
influence of the sun.
This is a lesson learned through
observations during nearly thirty
years. A prairie fire at this time
is about the most destructive thing
could happen. Vegetation is
ex-addresseds
tremely dry and a fire fanned by a
brisk wind will destroy all homes,
which are not protected, along with
the precious prairie grass. There is
pienty of time to make fire guards
and there is no excuse for any indi
vidual property or for any part of
the Missouri Slope district being de-
COUNTY OATS
andCASS
30 BUSHELS PER ACRE
Saturday I. L. Sscroggins shipped' Fargo, N. D., July 22—E. A. Eggert,
two cars of yearlings, milk and grain a well known farmer of Warren town
fed calves, called "baby beef," and ship, this county, who resides near
Aug. Benz shipped a car of miscel- Mapleton, has already threshed his
laneous cattle in which W. J. Mikesell oats, an it is believed that he is themarck
had several head, to the South St. Paul first in Cass county to accomplish
market from this point. thi3 feat. He averaged twenty bush-
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BISMARCK RESTAURANT.
Will serve short orders, meals,
and carry cigars, tobacco and
canned goods. Dinners a spec
ialty. Try us. Everything new
and clean, at
NO. 116 FIFTH STREET.
of Two=Piece Tub Suits
These Come in White,
and all Spring Colorings.
Choice of Any Suit at
A. W. LUCAS CO.
Saturday, July 23, 1910.
no in©
FIOIFM 0°-
NOTICE, SALE OF BONDS.
Sealed bids for the purchase of
ten-year bonds of Dickey
county, North Dakota, in denomina
tions of $1,000 each, bearing interest
at the rate of 4 1-2 per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually will be
received by the undersigned up to 2
o'clock p. m., of the 22nd day of Aug
ust, 1910.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
All bid should be under seal and
to V. E. Hasklns, county
auditor, Ellendale, N. Dak., and en
dorsed "Bids for County Bonds."
Done by order of the board of coun
ty commissioners of Dickey county,
North Dakota, this 13th day of July,
1910.
V. E. HASKINS,
County Auditor, Dickey County, North
Dakota.
Do not fail to read A. W. Lucas &
Co's July clearing sale ad. They
are offering exceptional bargains
summer merchandise.
in
IRONERS WANTED.
Hand ironers wanted. Permanent
position and good wages. Also posi
tions for several extra hand ironers
wanting work for three or four days
a week. Apply at once. The Bis-
Steam Laundry Co.
SOUR STOMACH
1 used Cascarets and feel like a new
man. I have been a sufferer from dys
pepsia and sour stomach for the last two
years. I have.been taking medicine and
other drags, bat could find no relief only
for a short time. I will recommend
Cascarets to my friends as the only thing
for indigestion and sow stomach and to
keep the bowels in good condition.
They are very nice to eat."
Harry Stuckley, Mauch Chunk, Pa.
Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good,
Do Good. Never Sicken,Weaken orGripe.
10c, 25c. 50c. Never told In balk. The gen
trine tablet stamped C. Guaranteed to
ewe or your money back. 928
Linen
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