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Friday, September 9, 1910.
Children Cry for Fletcher's CASTORIA 5«»5 Th© Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and '*Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its, guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUIN E CASTORIA ALWAY S tBears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3 0 Years TH CENT«UM COMPANY. TT MUMMY STRICT. NEW YORK CITY. Real Estate and Investments FARM LOANS IN MISSOURI SLOPE COUNTRY SOLICITED D. T. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. A Home of Your Own Can be built so reasonable and easily that you'll be surprised you paid rent so long, and "got along without the ordinary home conveniences, bath, furnace, etc., that you should really have. Then property is advancing and it makes an excellent, safe in vestment. Everything used in modern house building, we have. The grade is guaranteed the price is right. You can't be sure of what you're doing till you get our estimate. Drop in and see us—you-will save by doing it. The Goodridge-Call Lumber Co. Phone 115 BISMARCK, N, DAK. I I LOST TO WILTON IN Farmers Buy Burned Grain For Feed for Their Hogs Wilton Public Schools Will Open Next Monday Morning Special to The Tribune. EC 3 Wilton, N. D., Sept. 8.—Mr. and Mrs. George R. Reyonlds have dis posed of their farm northeast of town to Mr. Brewer, the consideration be ing $3,500. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds expect to move to Missouri in the near future. Jacob Strauss has returned home from New England, N. D., where he has been engaged at painting for several weeks Mr. Strauss says that section of the country is on the boom. Adjusters were here Saturday and made settlement with the Washburn Elevator Co. for the elevator and grain recently destroyed by fire. It is said that there is no great loss without small gain, and this time our farmer friends are benefited. The scorched corn, oats and wheat were sold to them Saturday at $3.00 a load and the teams were lined up waiting their turn as it all makes excellent hog feed. Fred Klein, who has been manager of the Washburn elevator, is now in charge of the company's elevator at Baldwin and will soon remove to that place. Wilton took the Washburn tennis players into camp here last Saturday to the tune of six points to two. The clubs broke even in the doubles, but Wilton walked off with all the honors in the singles, not allowing Wash burn a point. It was a fine afternoon's entertainment and the Washburnites are good losers and a fine bunch of fellows. A return game will be play ed some time within the next two weeks. Thompson, Brenton, Gray and Cahill represented Wilton, and Land man, Nuessle, Frink, Westmiller, Walker, Dahl, Battey and Loftsgarden were Washburn's representatives. Light frosts have been reported from some sections, but no serious damage has been done to vegetation and corn and flax continues to do well. Late potatoes are also doing nicely. Willie Skeels left Saturday for Des Moines, la., to attend school this win ter. The finest rain of the season visit ed this section Sunday afternoon and Monday. There were fully two inches of water fell, and now fields are in fine shape for the plow. All late vege tation will have plenty of moisture to carry it through to maturity. Virgil Monroe, who recently moved to town, will run one of the cnail routes this winter. M. G. Hagen's daughter, who haspany's been seriously ill with infantile par- RAN BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE alysis, continues to improve under the efficient care of Dr. Thelen. No new cases have been reported in this vicin ity. The Wilton public schools open next Monday for the year. Workmen have been busily engaged this week putting the building and heating plant in the best possible condition. Most of us hope that this will be the last year that we will be compelled to put up with such a schoolhouse. Wilton is entitled to something better. Oh, my, that sidewalk in front of the postofflce and down to the tele phone exchange. The most travel of any place in town. Hut what's the use? Mr. and Mrs. Schoolcroft have mov ed into Wilton for the winter. In the spring tbey will operate the large farm of J. J. Schmid and brothers, just west of town. Wilton expeefs to take the scalp of the capital city tennis players some time this month. Chas. Edinger marketed the first load of wheat at the Fanners' elevator Saturday. It was of a good quality, but the yield was light. August Johnson and Joseph Mann accompanied the Washburn team to Wilton Friday to the tennis tourna ment. Strange as it may seem, after a poor crop year it is next to impossible to secure hired help. Ira Tourtlotte has been' running his head off to secure help enough to keep the Mine hotel .going. Quite a number of school teachers arrived in Wilton this week from Bismarck and other points to take charge of the various northern Bur leigh county schools, most of which began Monday. Katie Kron has come to town from her Burleigh county home to attend school this year. She will stay with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Stocker. John Oszust, John Brazden, Henry Muhlbach and son left Tuesday morn ing to look at land in the Canadian northwest. Mrs. Walter Graham returned home Tuesday from Bismarck, where she spent several days with her sister at the hospital. She reports Mrs. Dyer as getting along nicely. Simon Jahr, who was taken serious ly ill last Friday with an obstruction of the bowels, returned home this morning from the Bismarck hospital much improved. He will soon be on duty again at the store. Ralph W. Anderson returned home Sunday evening from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Ralph says that he hears more talk about the big fires in Wilton than he did in the west. Business was practically suspended yesterday owing to the exodus of our business men and clerks to the coun try in pursuit of the festive ducks and chickens. Many large "kills" are re-tives ported, but the writer cannot verify the reports as very little game has been seen on our streets. Rev. Lowhead preached to a large and appreciative congregation at the east school house in Grass Lake township Sunday. The railroad graders were delayed somewhat the first of the week by wet weather, but are now making the dirt fly. This end of the grade is now within thirty rods of the farmers' elevator and will soon be run across the county line to the north, as the depot will be in McLean county, just east of the Mandan Mercantile com lumber yard The Washburn Lignite Coal com- Eckman Laboratory, Phila., Pa. OF CAMPUS TOGS FAVORITES IN FASHION FAULTU We have the finest line of new fall and winter clothing ever shown in Bismarck The Popular irowns and In all sizes and priced to fit all pocketbooks 5th STREET OPPOSITE SOO HOTEL You'll be more than satisfied and KNOW YOU'RE RIGHT if you buy one of those stylish quality-before-price SUITS Just Arrived At eiOTHIN® pany will undoubtedly to the largest business this year in its history. Or ders are coming in rapidly and owing to the fact that there will be little grain shipped from this section cars will be easily gotten for coal Some of the people of our own state are just beginning to realize that we have an excellent fuel right at our doors and to send money out ofr the state is worse than foolishness. Much plowing is being done since the recent rain and probably more land will be put in condition to crop early next spring than ever before. The sidetracks which were dam aged by the fire have been repaired and are now in use again. Professor Ross has secured the M.principal Wolfe house in which to reside during the school year. The family arrived in town Wednesday. John Sipes was the first man seen on our streets with a bunch of chickens. Don't neglect that firebreak any longer, as it will soon be the time of year for disastrous prairie fires. A hail insurance adjuster settled a small loss Tuesday with Barony bro thers southeast of town. The six months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kron, who reside in the southwest part of Wilton, died very suddenly yesterday morning. The little one had been ailing for some time, but was not considered serious until just a few minutes before the end came. This makes the eighth child Mr. and Mrs. Kron have lost, all of them dying in infancy and in the same manner. They are certainly entitled to the sympathy of all in their last sad bereavement. Many of the farmers are starting to bind their coin, and it will require abo'£ as much twine for this as for small grain this year. Fred McCall returned to Wilton this morning after a tour of more than a year. He visited nearly every part of the United States and is now convinced that North Dakota is the best state in the union and that Wil ton is the best town in the state. Max Dyer is spending a few days at the Walter Graham home and is enjoying himself hunting. He and Walter each killed one-half of a chick en yesterday. PROPRIETARY MEDICINE FRAUDS SHOULD BE EXPOSED There have been plenty of them, no doubt, and they have been vigor ously condemned—so vigorously that every sort of medicine the formula oi which Is privately owned is con-, demned and pronounced "unethical") by the Medical Profession. Eckman's Alterative deserves at tention, not because it is a "proprie tary" but because it really has cured many cases of Tuberculosis. If it is a fraud it needs exposing badly, be causa a number of cured Consump will need to find some other reason for being well. Henry Clay said he would rather be right than be President. Is it not better for Eckman's Alterative to make cures than to be ethical? Weldon, 111., Feb. 3, 1906. In July, 1906, my physician sent me to Texas, from there to Colorado. I became worse and was sent home to die. I heard of Eckman's Alterative, began treatment, and was cured. I earnestly recommend Eckman's won derful cure for Consumption. (Signed affidavit) Arthur Webb. Eckman's Alterative is good for all Throat and Lung troubles, and is onhave sale in Bismarck by Cowan's Drug Store, exclusively. It can be obtained at or procured by your local Drug Igists. Ask for Booklet of Cured .Cases, or write for Evidence to the ••oner BISMARCK, N. D. GOODSPEAKERS FOR W.CT. IIstroyed Prominent speakers for the conven tion of the Nor'h Dakota W. C. T. U.. to be held in Grand Forks on Septem ber 29 to October 2, have just been announced by Mrs. Barbara Wylie of Drayton, in charge of the program. Mrs. Elmer L. Calkins, president of the Michigan state W. C. T. I1., and Mrs. E. Chisholm, president of the Manitoba W. C\ T. V., will be the outside speakers. "Live Is sues of the Day" will be the subject of Mrs. Calkins' address, while Mrs. Chisholm will tell of conditions in the Canadian districts." The sessions will be opened on the evening of the first day by .the de livering of addresses of welcome by representatives of Grand Forks city, schools and churches. During the day sions there will be the trans of regular business matters. FARMER HAS A NARROW ESCAPE Jamestown, N. 1.. Sept. 8.—It is I reported that Silas Witt, a young farmer lad living west of town, nearj Eldridge, was kicked behind the can by a horse while working in a field this afternoon. Dr Peake made aj hurried trip and found the boy uncon scious, but Witt later recovered and probably will soon be all right again. Young Witt had a narrow escape from instant death. JUDGE ELLSWORTH IS TAKEN SICK Jamestown, N. D., Sept. 8.—Judge S. E. Ellsworth is confined to his bed on account of over-exposure dur ing the two showers that occurred on Labor day at Fargo, where the judge was attending the Roosevelt addresses. One of the pleasant affairs of the day was a dinner given Monday noon at the Waldorf hotel attended by Colonel Roosevelt, Judge and Mrs. S. E. Ellsworth, Senator and Mrs. Mc Cumber, Congressman Gronna, Judge, Fisk, Judge Carmody, J. W. Foley. President Franklin McVey and wife, President Creegan and Messrs. How land and Abbott of the "Outlook" staff. SUCCESSFUL SAVING. I You can make a success of saving! by starting with a small amount. Op-( en an account with us—$1.00 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 National Bank of Bis marck. KEEP GOING. One step won't take you far—you got to keep on going. One word won't tell folks what you are—you've got to keep on talking. One inch won't make you very tall—you've got to keep on growing. One little ad won't do it all—you've -sat to keep them going. Three I N of the State A large amount of hay has been de by prairie fires in the vicinity of Palermo. Minot levied $66,000 for the ex penses of the city for the coming fis cal year. There have been 1,033 books added to the Jamestown public library dur ing the past twelve months. The appropriation for the expenses of the citv of Jamestown for the com ing year is $29,350. The hunting season opened cool and cloudy and' thousands of chickens were slaughtered the first day- Farm land sales are keeping tip well in spite of the back year so far as the crops are concerned. There is a scrap on over the base ball championship of the Mouse River loop, according to the Newburg Sun. Mohall is planning on having a band this winter. CITY NATIONAL BANK Offers Depositors —Absolute security —Perfect facilities —Fair interest 4'/ on Havings accounts, pay able quarterly on time certificates pay able semi-annually Get some money drawing interest it will make you in dependent litter. MAIN AND FOURTH STREETS Bismarck, N. D. We Inspect the Ironing Of Your Waist We are proud of our reputa tion for fine work on delicate fabrics. Take shirt wasts, for in stance, the care and accuracq we require on this class of work is made possible by using tbe best obtainable hand lroners, and training them until they become shirt waist experts. We keep them up to this stan dard of excellence by constant supervision. Our experience and facilitiei for laundering your shirt waists, lace curtains, handkerchiefs, embroidered pieces and deli cate article^ make it safer to entrust them to us, than to try to handle them yourself. If you want to see just how beautiful your most elaborate shirt waist can be washed and ironed, sent it to us this week. Phone f.4 and our wagon will call. c*++++»++++++ n*++++**++**++*++*+r+