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Saturday, July 23, 1910.
FROM EXCHANGES A 30 YEAR TERM Ellendale, N. D., July 22—Robert Boatner, convicted last week of -man slaughter in the first degree for hav ing killed Richard A. Mock at Forbes on the morning of May 2 last, was formally sentenced to thirty years in the penitentiary by Judge Allen. When arraigned for sentence Boatner was asked by the court if he had any thing to say, the court stating that he would be privileged to speak himself in the absence of both his attorneys. "I have nothing to say," weer the only words said by Boatner during his presence in the court room. Upon being returnea io Ms cell Boatner sent word to the Ellendale Record that he wished to see the editor. A few minutes later, in an interview, he said that he wished to thank the court and all the officials and especially Sheriff Reames for the consideration shown him during the two months he was a prisoner. Every thing that the law allows had been done for him, he knew, and he appre ciated the fact. 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They left in the forenoon by auto across country, and met the Soo train going directly to Bismarck. C. A. JOHNSON IS RESTING AT LAKES Minot, N. D., July 22.—Letters re ceived in the city from C. A. Johnson are to the effect that he is having a very pleasant outing at Fish Lake, over in the Turtle Mountain country. He will probably return to Minot some time this week. Mr. Johnson and A. O. Graham of Rolla, one of his old friends in the legislature, are coming out with their families and enjoying a rest after the arduous work of primary campaign. Mr. Johnson will probably not do much formal campaigning for some time. IT IS ECONOMY to reduce all waste possible,make every item go the limit. Perishable Food Stuffs can be saved if you possess a Refrigerator. 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He was taken into the house and the heart trouble proved the immediate cause of his death. The deecased was by occupation a railroad engineer, but for many years had engaged in engineer's occupation off the railroad and had run a thresh ing engine for some of the well known farmers of the county. A few years ago he went to Washington with his wife in the hopes that the change in climate would mean better health. His wife dying last winter left Mr. Kinney without his accus tomed companion, and this, with his physical ailments, hastened his de- White enamel lined, made of ash finished with Spar Varnish, thoroughly insulated with quilt ed hair felt and dead air spaces, all shelves are sliding and ad justable. Removable ice rack and drain flue, patented drain cup, ball-bearing castors, ice capacity of 125 pounds. Plenty of nice white provision chamber A beauty for family use. 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He came to Bismarck in the early 80's, wheer he lived until he moved to Jamestown about 1885, where he has resided since with the exception of the time he lived in Washington. RfCHARDTON PRIEST BELEIVED TO HAVE DROWNED WEDNESDAY Devils Lake, N. D., July 22.—Report was sent to the city Wednesday even ing to the effect that Few Father Francis was missing from the mon astery about six miles southeast of this city, on the banks of Devils lake, and a party went out to assist in the search for him. The priest went to take a swim and on not returning his friends went to look for him, and found his clothing on the banks of the lake. The lake was dragged all night and the search continued today, but as yet the body has not been found. Father Francis has charge of the church at Richardton, and came to Devils Lake last Tuesday for a visit. He is 30 years of age and quite well known throughout the state. He was spending some time at the monastery. The lake at this point is a couple of miles wide, and has a fine sandy beach, which is shallow for a consid erable distance, when it goes off deep suddenly, and it is the general suppo sition that he went out too far and was taken with cramps. TEMPORARY COUNTY SEAT IS AT MOHALL Minot, N. D., July 22—An agree ment was reached yesterday between ithe opposing interests of Renville county as to the commissioners. The temporary county seat will be at Mo hall. The board will meet for organ ization as soon as their commissions arrive. S §.$ 3 fc S $ 3 $£••£ §•$$•§ MINOT HAPPENINGS. S e8ssjessjs $•.• $•$$? MINOT, N. D., July 22—A very sad and distressing accident occurred near Deering Monday afternoon about 2:30 o'clock, when Gene Fast was seized with cramps while bathing in the Lit tle Deep river and was drowned. Assistant Roadmaster John Soren son of the Great Northern died at Williston yesterday after a lingering illness of typhoid fever. At a meeting of the directors of the North Dakota Gas company held in this city yesterday, «J. F. Condit of WeBthope was chosen secretary of the company to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of R. C. Batley, who has removed to Bismarck to be come general manager for the Inter national Harvester company at that point. J. A. Hader this morning received a letter from Otto Woberg, who is serving a life sentence at the Bis marck penitentiary for the murder of his sweetheart in Walsh county some years ago. Woberg states/ that he is working in the bakery and says he likes the work there. He was de fended in a trial for first degree mur der by Attorney E. R. Sinkler of this city, at Grafton. Woberg asks Mr. Sinkler and Mr. Hader to call on him at the penitentiary if they ever come to Bismarck. He says he has some new facts in regard to his case that he desires to bring before his former attorneys. HAPPY WOMEN PLENTY OF THEM IN BISMARCK AND GOOD REASONS FOR IT Wouldn't any woman be happy, After years of backache and suffer ing, Days of misery, nights of unrest, The distress of urinary troubles, She finds relief aiad cure? No reason why any Bismarck read er Should suffer in the face of evidence like this: Mrs. P. M. Smith, 416 Sixth street, north, Bismarck, N. D., says: "I think that my kidney trouble was brought on by hard work. A couple of years ago my health became so badly run down that I was on the ponit of collapse. There was a con stant pain through my kidneys and in the small of my back. At night I was unable to rest well and felt tired and worn out when I arose in the morning. The secretions from my kidneys were also disordered and gave me a great deal of annoyance. I finally learned of Doan's Kidney Pills, and procuring a box at Len hart Drug Co., I began their use. The results were entirely satisfactory and in a short time I was in good health. I am glad to recommend Doan's Kid ney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and use no other. BIDS WANTED. Bids will be received at the office of the county auditor up to the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., Aug. 1st, 1910, for Installing a lavatory consisting of one bowl and wash stand, etc., •in the county Jail. For details of material and work, call on Sheriff McGilUs, same will be installed under his sup ervision. Work must be completed not later than Aug. 25th, 1910. By Order of the Board. J. W. HEALY, County Auditor. BASEBALLSCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE. Garnet Yesterday. Rain at Boston. R. H. E Pittsburg 14 15 2 Brooklyn 1 6 3 Batteries Phillippi and Gibson Simon Miller, Knetzer and Erwin W. Miller. R. H. E. Cincinnati ti 10 2 Philadelphia 4 2j Batteries Beebe, Gasper and Mi Lean Moren, Stack, Schlettler andi Dooin. R. H. E. St. Louis 4 7 0 New York 0 01 Batteries Lush. Corrldon and Bresnahan. Crandall, Dickinson and Myers. AMERICAN LEAGUE. A, tf Sames Yesterday. R. H. E. Washington 1 6 0 Chicago 5 13 0 Batteries Gray and Beckendorf. White and Sullivan. Second game— R. H. E. Washington 2 6 0 Chicago 0 3 1 Batteries Groom and Beckendorf. 01mstead"and Payne. R. H. E. Boston 6 8 2 St. Louis 3 8 2 Batteries Smith and Carrigan Lake and Stephens. R. H. E. Philadelphia 6 10 3 Cleveland 7 5 3 Batteries Morgan, Dygert and Thomas, Lapp Berger, Harkness and Bemis. Second game— R. H. E. Philadelphia 1 12 0 Cleveland 1 7 2 Batteries Bender and Lapp Fal kenberg and Easterly. Called in fifteenth inning. E New York 11 14 f. Detroit 8 12 1 Batteries Warhop, Hughes and Mitchell Mullin, Summers, Willett, Donovan and Schmidt. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. 4 ig» $ «8» 5 4 5» Gamea Yesterday. R. H. E. Indianapolis 3 3. 1 Minneapolis 0 8 75 Batteries Hardgrove and How ley Lelivelt and Smith. R. H. E. Columbus 9 15 Kansas City 2 9 S Batteries Packard and Arbogast Campbell, Carter, Essick and James. R. H. F. Louisville 4 7 7 St. Paul 8 9 2 Batteries Schwenck. Hal la and Hughes Kilroy, Chech and Spencer, LINTON MAN GETS BRIDE AT PEMBINA Grand Forks, N. D. July 22—At 7 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.. John Anderson of Pembina, occurred the marriage of Miss Hulda Anderson and Petter Scott Cameron of Linton. The Anderson home was decorated with sweet peas and beautiful vines and just before the ceremony Miss Kate Kneeshaw sang several appro priate songs. CHICKEN THIEVES LOOT EMMONS COUNTY FARMS Emmons County Record: Chicken thieves are abroad in the land. Joe Burdick, at the G. A. Broman place, lost about a hundred this week. Ben Haggard and Dave Krelg are also los ers. Evidenly this wholesale chick en- thief is stealing the fowls for the purpose of selling them. It is bad enough when a hungry person nabs one bird to satisfy his hunger, but tar and feathers would be none too sv vere for the thief that steals chickens on a commercial basis. Talk about phenomenal disappoint- Hacks and Livery All Hoars-Day and Night We'll Treat You Right A.C.Hinckley& Co. Phone 6. After 11 p. m. 30 208-210 Fourth Street ment. A potato bug crawled up a fence post the other day and proceed ed to look over the Record garden. He was so disappointed when he found the garden contained no "spuds" that he tumbled from the post and would undoubtedly have committed suicide had not one of Burdick's chickens come along Just then and swallowed him. The Methodist meetings in Omto church will close next ,Sunday. So far sixteen have declared their in tention of joining the church and seven have been baptized. With one exception, the sixteen are heads of families. The Rev. Maddox left Tuesday for| cost of a few cents. Your grocer sells it ALWAY S HEAT IN THE OVE Special 20 per cent Discount ON REFRIGERATORS& THE HERRICK REFRIGERATOR. With Perfect Circulation, superior insulation, positively no mould or taint. Buy a Herrick if you wish the best high grade refrigerator made, it may not be the cheapest in first cost, but will be in the end. Your health demands the use of a strictly sanitary refrigerator. The Herrick will prove its merit in every respect. Made in sani tary, odorless spruce. White enamel and opal glass linings. Latest improvements and finest designs. Come in and let us show you. BISMARC HDW CO. BISMARCK, N. B. TOWNLOT and LAND SALE AT SHIELDS A public sale of town lots will be held at Shields. Morton County, N D., on JULY 26, '10 This town is located in the rich valley of the Cannon Ball River in a well developed country on the new extension of the Milwaukee Railroad. There are Good Opportunities for all Business Lines FIFTY QUARTE SECTIONS of Farm Land will be offered for sale on the same date-July 26th. The land will be sold for one-sixth of the price in cash and balance at 6 per cent. Full particulars with legal numbers of land furnished on application. Special excursion train from Aberdeen with Sleepers and Dining Car. Write to SHIELDS LAND CO. Aberdeen, South Dakota Three USE ALLEN'S F00T-EA8E, The antiaeptIc powdertobe •haken Intothe shoes. If yon havetired, aching feet, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It rests the feet and makes new or tight shoes easy. Cures aching, swollen, hot, sweating feet. Relieves corns aud bunions of all pain and gives rest and comfort. Always use it to Break in New shoes. Try it to-day. Sold everywhere, 86 cU. Don't accept any tubMtut*. For FKEB trial packags, address Allen & Olmsted, Le Roy.N. Bismarck, where he will remain un til assigned to some place where mere is a call for A Congregational minister. 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