Friday, September 9,1910.
FORJ O RE FIGHTS
LAST MATCH WAS WIT M'MA
HON AT BOWMAN MIDDLE
Will be in the City for a Few Days
and is Anxious to Get a Go With
Some Local Man.
Billy Sberrard, the wrestler and
fighter, is in the city for a few days
and is looking for a wrestling match
with some of the local mat artist,
preferably Maynard. Sherrard has
just returned from bowman, where be
had a bout with McMahon, formerly
of Mandan, and with whom Sher.anl
wrestled at the Bijou some time ago,
neither man getting a fall. In the
match at Bowman Sherrard threw Ho
rard have been trying for some ti ne
past to get on a match and will possi
bly make a go of it thi stime.
EIGHT FINAL PROOFS.
Business Transacted at
The clerks at the United States
land office were kept busy all day
Thursday. There were six final
proofs made, two commutation proofs
and two persons also made application
for homestead entries.
Those who made five-year proof
upon their claims were Ernest L.
Hurr of Sterling, George W. Lewis
of Sterling, S.
John Basting of Glen Ullin and seed Store.—Advt.
Claude M. Steele of riurdsfleld nude
application for entries upon home
HOSKINS AGAIN GOES THROUGH
FORM OF CALLING MEETING
One member and Clerk Were Only
Ones Present—Three Adjournments
Have Been Taken.
For the third time Clerk of Supreme
Court Hoskins met yesterday after
noon at two o'clock and adjourned the
meeting of the state canvassing board
until two o'clock this afternoon. There
was no quorum present, and the sajne
Mahon twice in succession, the first conditions had prevailed at the Tues.
fall going in 22 minutes and 10 sec-
onds and the second in 14 minutes Hoskins informs us that he will con
and 20 seconds. Maynard and Sher
Wednesday meetings. Clerk
in to cal1 a a meet
ings until there is a quorum present.
It is likely the meeting will be called
before the end of the week as the re
publican state central committee has
elected a chairman, who will be a
member of the board and Mr. Stock
well state superintendent of public
instruction has stated he will be here
as soon as there is assurance that
with him present there will be enough
so the board can do business.
R. H. Bush of Fargo was in the
city Wednesday visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Robinson. Mr.
Bush is a cousin of Mr. Robinson.
Meredith of Blue He combined business with pleasure
Grass, Harry W. Mackey of Phoenix,' on the trip, being state agent of the
Douglas Martin of Lark and Moritz' Hennepin Culvert Co. of Minneapolis.
C. Tausend, Jr., of Judson. I
Commutation proof was made by THE PLACE TO BUY
Ervln B. Conry of Carl, and Hanna Ground feed, oats, corn, bran,
Karlson of Shields. I shorts and poultry supplies at Will's
Th 16th Annua
and Fri. Fall |5 1
EVERY DAY IS BISMARCK DAY
Special Daily Train Service
The Fair Association have large well prepared
grounds while ample accomodations have been
arranged for all visitors. The Live Stock, Farm
Product and other Exhibits, with the many amuse
ment devices and forms of entertainment insure a
good time for everybody.
2-TW0 CONCER BANDS-2
TO BE HELnO-NIGHT
PLEASING EVEN PLANNED FOH
McCABE METHODIST CHURCH
Scholars and Parents of Scholars Are
Invited—Program Has Been Ar
ranged for Evening.
This evening at eight o'clock at the!
parlors of the McCabe Methodist
church will be held the annual recep-j
tion to the teachers of the public!
schools of the city. The reception is!
given to the new superintendent and!
his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. Root,
Supt. and Mrs. Petrie, Mr. and Mrs.
Capselman, Mrs. Casselman being the
superintendent of the Will school, to
the teachers of the high school and
grade schools and to the members of
the school board. A short program
has been arranged and refreshments
will be served during the evening. A
cordial invitation is extended to all
the parents af the scholars as well
as to their friends and it is especial
ly requested that the students in the
high school be present. The affairs
are of annual occurrence and have in
the past always been very pleasant
social gatherings and give the new
teachers a chance to meet a lot of!t,on
EXCELLENT RACING PROGRAM
The best racing program ever booked for the Fair
will be given next week at Mandan. Good purses I
are hung up for running, harness, pace, etc. If you
like to see good races you'll see the fair. I
LIVE STOCK AND FARM PRODUCTS
The many prizes given by the association, merchants
and others, for this year's exhibits will bring out an
unusually large number of contestants This alone
will be well worth your while. Write the secretary
for prize lists and BRING I
Join the Crowd Fo a Jolly Goo Timer at the
I Big Three Day Fair at
A N A
Mrs. T. J. Woodmansle Entertained 1st.
for Miss Lillian McLennan.
Mrs. Woodmansie, in a most gra
cious manner, entertained yesterday
afternoon for Miss Lillian McLennan.
Those present were: Mrs. Ward, Mrs.
MoGray, Mrs. Koffel, Miss Will, Miss
Orr, Miss Barnes, Miss Burton and
Miss Danford. The rooms were dec
orated in pink and white carnations.
Dainty refreshments were served and
the time spent in merry chat and
N YOU EXHIBITS.
BISMAECK DAItr TRIBUNE
pleasant games, Miss Agnes Orr being
the Jrize winner. The guests with
one Record pronounced it one of the
morf delightful social events of the
N. 0. A.C. MAN
GOES TO ARIZONA
CHAS. CLARK SECURES
PLACE W I SOUTHWEST.
Splendid Recognition of Work Done
By Our. Home School—Secured For
Plant Breeding Work.
Chas. H. Clark, a graduate of the
Since graduation, Mr. Clark has been
employed at the Dickinson sub-sta-
re he as a is
tendent Waldron in the field crop
work devoting large attention to al
falfa breeding. Mr. Clark will begin
work in his new field about October
This position gives Mr. Clark an
excellent chance to distinguish him
self in plant breeding work. His
special training in breeding at the
College under Dean Shepperd and his
experience at the Dickinson sub-sta
tion compose the training that brought
him the place. This is a very attrac
tive position and a choice of the re
cent graduates of the colleges of the
country was really open to the Ari
THAT'S TH E ONLY WAY TO CURE
DANDRUFF, AND PARSIAN
SAGE IS E ONLY
"Parsian Sagf," said a New York
barber, "will kill the destructive and
persistent germs of datidiruff, and abol
ish the disease. There may be other
remedies that will do the same, but I
never heard of one."
And just read what one of the fore
most barbers of Springfield, Mass.,
says of Parsian Sage:
"Dear Sirs: I used your Parsian
Sage and found it better than any
other. It the best hair restorer I
ever used, and I have used them all.
I it a great dandruff also.
You it into all the barber
shops, and get the barbers to it,
it is great."—Geo. A. Stiltz, 7 1-2
Main street Mass.
Parsian Sage soaks into the scalp,
and when it reaches the. roots of the
hair it not only kills every dandruff
germ, but it supplies the hair with
just the right kind of nourishment to
put vigor and strength Into it and
make it grow.
Parsian Sage is the most delightful
hair dressing in the world. Use it
one week and you will never give it
Parsian Sage is guaranteed by Len
hart Drug Store, to stop falling hair
to cure dandruff to keep hair from
fading to stop itching of the scalp,
or money back. Price 50 cents a
large bottle at Lenhart Drug store or
by express, charges prepaid, from the
American makers, Giroux Mfg. Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. The girl with the Au
burn hair is on every bottle.
A Dime Better Than Two Nickels.
A professional panhandler approach
ed a man crossing City Hall park and
demanded a nickel, which the man
good naturedly handed out. saying. "1
suppose that goes for a glass of beer."
"Surest thing you know," replied tbe
panhandler iinblushiiigly. "And. by
the way. while we are on the subject,
1 have now In my possession two nick
els. Would you mind giving me a ten
cent piece for them?"
"I will on one condition," said the
man. whose curiosity was aroused
"What's the answer?"
"Well, you see, it's this way." ex
plained the panhandler. "If I have a
dime I go Into a saloon and ask for
beer. I have a nickel comeback, which
enables me to amble over to the free
lunch counter and fill up. Maybe you
don't realize that getting change over
the bar gives a man a certain tone
that doesn't belong to bim if be just
coughs up a nickel."—New York Sun.
Rice In the Orient.
Rice Is "wet," that grotyirt for tbe
most part in flooded land,1 or "dry."
that raised on uplands ltsgjrowtb in
those regions where civilization bas
penetrated least is pathetic. -Parts of
the east are still covered with virgin
forest of fall trees. Underneath all is
dark in heavy,shade. Creeper* twine
up hundreds of feet and are all topped
oft* with indescribable orchids, all hunt
ing fori air and sunshine. la the thick
wood a suitable spot is chosen'. Cor rice
they mast have or starve Under
growth1 Is cut out and staked and
hedged around to maketffence for the
little rice farm.-Exchange.
RE-VISITING THE CITY.
Jay Mansfield a Member of "Arizona"
Jay Mansfield, who appeared with
the team of Mansfield and Hearn at
the Grand theatre about the first of
July, made his appearance before the
theatre going public of the city again
last evening, when he impersonated
the doctor in "Arizona" at the Bijou.
Mr. Mansfield is a performer of more
ordinary ability and bis friends
were pleased at his success last even1
ing. He was shaking hands with old
acquaintances in the city during the
company's stay here.
IS VISITING BROTHER.
I Rev. C. F. Fisher of Le Mars, Iowa,
Agricultural College of two years ago' Rec. C. F. Fisher of Le Mam, Iowa,
has accepted a position as assistant' is a guest in the city of his brother,
in the plant breeding at tbe Arizona Dr. A. M. Fisher. He will be here
Experiment Station,'Tuscon, Arizona.'for the next week or ten days. Rev.
His work will be with alfalfa, beans' Fisher is pastor of the Congregational
and dates. I church at Le Mars. Hi3 church.is one
This is a splendid recognition of the of the largest houses of worship In
agricultural training of the North Da-: the state. He is a very pleasant gen
kota agricultural college as well as aj tleman, with an attractive personality,
compliment to Mr. Clark personally and will no doubt make many friends
and Dean Shepperd is justly proud of! in the city before he departs,
this recognition accorded to one of his
Don't fail to procure Mrs. Win6low's
Soothing Syrup for your children
while cutting teeth. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, liliays all pain,
cures wind colic and is the best rem
edy for diarrhoea. 25c a bottle.
To the Voters of Burleigh County:
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the office of sheriff and re
spectfully solicit the favor of your sup
port and votes at the ensuing gen
WILLIAM E. BREEN.
EYE OF THE CAMERA.
Picture It Brought From Out a
Dr. rrancis Clark told uu Interesting
story of youth living 11
1 Maine who
was out in Hie woods one day taking
photographs of attrnttlve bits of scen
ery, lie ennit upon the mouth of a lit
tle cavern between the rocks, and lie
said to himself". "I will see what sort
of picture I can get out of that cave,"
tini* as it was a dark day he decid
ed to take a "time exposure" In
stead of a "snapshot." Steadying tbe
camera upon his knee as well as he
could at the edge of the cave, he gave
the sensitive plate a long, deliberate
look at the semiilarkuess within. Then
he continued his tramp through the
woods anil after a few hour* returned
lo his camp.
Several weeks afterward, wbeu de
veloping his plates, you can imagine
his iistonlshment to see in the picture,
in the very center of the cavern, with
arched hack and bristling fur and
within springing distance of tbe spot
where he had balanced his camera, a
huge Canada lynx that might easily
have destroyed his life. And yet he
came anil went and saw no sigus of
Proving a Statement.
A certain minister, who is an em
phatic preacher, is at times at a loss
to give his utterances proper weight.
For instance, he'll say:
"This statement, is as true as is tin?
night which will follow dny." or "as
true as that i\\o trees will bud In
Sometimes it happens that the doc
tor has more statements than he has
illustrations to give them weight. On
one such occasiou he remarked, "This
is as true as the"— Here tbe doctor
halted.- tie paused a few moments,
and then his face illumined—"as true
as is tbe statement that some member
is yet on bis or her way to church."
A few momeuts later a lady entered
the edifice and swept grandly up the
aisle. Tbe doctor's face assumed an
"I told you so" appearance. The con
gregation began to smile, then to
laugh. Sympathy for the embarrassed
lady, however, soon subdued the ap
parently uucpntrollable mirth
«$» 4^ Jfr «g» «g» tg» «g»
The Correct Mixing
of medicines prescribed by the
doctor is of the gravest import
ance, and we make it a particu
lar study. Our dispensing de
partment never makes an error,
because we are too watchful and
experienced for that. Bring your
prescriptions here and rest satis
fled that they will be filled care
fully, accurately and promptly at
a moderate cost.
Adams A Westad, Proprietors.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
Sunday and Monday's rain was not
much appreciated it came too late to
do much good but in time to do a
great deal of harm to both grain and
Mrs. Capper's father and sister Mr.
and Miss Dardy from Illinois return
ed home last week after a short vis
it with Mr. and Mrs. Capper. They
made many friends while here who
hope they will not let this visit be
There will be a game supper at
Baldwin church next Saturday night
between the hours of seven and ten,
and twenty-five cents each will buy ail
you want to eat.
Ernest Eirs has been on the sick
list for the past two weeks.
School No. 2 opened for the fall
term September 5, but not a very
attendance. Too short a vacation is
the general feeling.
Mr. Fred Woods was calling op
friends in Crofte last Sunday.
The hum of the threshing machine
will be heard next week if it don't
rain some more.
Mr. P. Murphy, an agent selling
suitings, did a fine business in this
township and adjoining ones.
"Why do you always say, 'As scarce
as ben's teeth?'"
"Because they are about the scarcest
things to tbe world."
"More scarce than men who enjoy
hearing about the cleverness of other
people's babies?"—Chicago Record
Miss Blkley—So you have given up
advocating woman's rights?
Miss Passee—Yes: I now go In for
"Women's lefts? What's that?"
of fine Suits and
open to the pub
lic. Don't al
low yourself to
be turned aside
by any side
shows or minor
don't let any
flare of the trum
pets or mega
from the main
event the real
show you will
find it right here
a great display
of the finest
clothes ever be
fore made es
for us by HART
DOROTHY WOLF & G0MPANY
DAVIS & FRANKLIN
ALL STAR ATTRACTIONS
Men's Suits and Overcoats $10.00 to
We offer you an immense variety for your choice exclusive
patterns and new designs in models.
Sam Peck's Sshool Suits for boys, just in, best on earth,
$3.00 to $15.00
The "Clever Clothes Shop"
On.- Store is Open "Wednesday and
Saturday Evenings^ Closed all Other
Thursday Sept. 15
Kvvitcherkicken and be ready
CHAS. A. SELLON
Th FiBlistic Musical EitrangiRzi
16 scenes 12 song hits
40-- PEOPLE 4 0
A companion to The Cat
and Tbe Fiddle
Take a Trip and Call on tbe Man
in the Moon
A Flotilla of Pretty Girls
Seat sale at Knowlea & Haney'g
PRICES $1.50, $1.00, 75c
"Do you find any trouble writing
"None whatever. But I'd pay a mao
well that could sell them for me."—
A Winning Play.
Old Friend—Your plan Is a most ex
cellent one. But do yon think your
wife will agree to it? Married Man—
Oh, yes. I'll tell her some one else sug
gested it, and I'll call it an idiot's Idea.
You can't order remembrance out of
Everybod Presen at
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