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Wednesday, February 15,1911. FROM EXCHANGES rOU PASSED DENTU EXAM S Grand Porta, Feb. 14.—The North akota board of dental examiners |ve given out the results of the re nt examination held in this city, it of a class of eight, only four sue eded in passing the examination. [Following is the list of the success II applicants: lW. G. Movius, Lidgerwood, N. D. L. Rickey, Herreid, S. D. H. Oleson, Goldfleld, S. D. Bredenberg, N. D. ILLSTMNE! 1ILDWESTSH0W Lemmon, S. D., Feb. 14.—If the plans of Peter Culbertson of Lemmon, a brother-in-law to George E. Lem mon for whom the town was named, bear fruit, South Dakota will become the headquarters of a circus destined to become as famous in its way as the big shows of the Ringlings or Buffalo Bill. Mr. Culbertson and Dr. X. Boyd of Bowman are working on the scheme which consists of a show on wild west lines with' some additional and orig inal features of Mr. Culbertson's own originating. FALL FROM SLEIGH RESULTS IN DEATH Valley City, Feb. 14.—Andrew Aars tad, the well known farmer living sixteen- miles southwest of this place met with an accident Thursday even ing while driving home from Valley City which resulted in his death last evening. He was thrown from the sleigh and his skull crushed. It is thought that the accident was occa sioned by a snow bank. He re mained unconscious until his death. NORTH DAKOTA TELEGRAPHIC NEWS Tribune Special Correspondence FOLEY'S BIRTH9AY WASJELEBRATED Towner, Feb. 14.—A few days ago the Young Men's club celebrated the birthday of North Dakota's poet, J. W. Foley. The people of Towner were Invited to attend and about fifty listened to a fine program. The address of the evening was given by Hon. A. M. Christianson, a personal friend of Mr. Foley's. He mentioned a few of Foley's character istics and some of the fine manly qualities he possesses, and showed bow the young men could obtain many fine thoughts and much good advice from his writings. He then read some of Foley's poems. DR FARMFB S IDN.D. MEE A MANDA MAMMOT LAN SAL E A MINO Minot, Feb. 14.—Without a question, the biggest deal in farm land in the history of Ward county was consum mated last week when Wm. Schneider the old timer, sold his fine 880 acre farm to Ed. Christenson of the Scan dinavian American bank for $25,000, mostly all cash. The farm is four miles west of Burlington, and lies mostly in the valley. Profit The production of apples on a com mercial basis in the favored sections of the irrigated northwest has brought financial INDEPENDENC to many thousands. Those who were fortunate enough to buy TRU E APPLE LAN 10 years ago are now living in luxury and affluence. They are REA kings today. E and WEALT Far better today is an investment in ARCADIA It offers the investor the greatest and safest investment opportunity in the Irrigated Empire. You don't have to live on the land until the trees are in bearing. W plant and take care of your orchard WITHOU EXTR A CHARGE We want you to learn the TRUTH. Very easy terms. Illustrated booklet free. References any bank. J. B. VO N LINDE At tbe offices of F. E. Young. OPEN EVENINQS 7:00 to fcOO First National Bank ASSOCIATED PRESS N Mandan, Feb. 14.—There will be a dry farming convention held in Man dan Wednesday and Thursday, March 8 and 9, at the opera house. Auxil iary dry farming associations will be organized for Morton, Oliver and Mer cer counties. Speakers of national and state reputation will be present and address the convention. N. HPROGRESSES ASDAIR STAT E (Special to The Tribune.) Steale, N. D., Feb. 14.—The silver trophy cup presented by the Northern Pacific Railway company at the State Dairymen's convention at Jamestown February 8 and 9 was awarded to the Steele creamery over twenty-eight contestants from the entire state. This is the first prise ever offered in the state for butter by a railway company in North Dakota, and indicates the rapid growth being made by North Dakota as a dairy state. IS E N OR Carrington, Feb. 14.—Rev. R. Paton, pastor of the Congregational church in Carrington, has just been allowed patents on aeroplane improvements tbat promise to revolutionize the con struction of all heavier than air flying machines and render safe this present most hazardous sport. 'By a practical system of automatic equilibruim it is probable that the heretofore great danger of aeroplanes turning over suddenly while in the air will be posi tively overcome. PAY8 TRIBUTE O SIMPSON Minot, Feb. 14.—Hon. Alfred Blais dell of this city .received this week a letter from a New Hampshire corre spondent, an extract of which we give, showing that Attorney Simpson of Dickinson, in his famous Russell will case at Boston has given North Dakota considerable advertising: We quote as follows: 'Your state will long be remembered by Massa chusetts and New Hampshire people by the great law case of Dakota Dan Ru&seil—who was cheated out of his birthright and property—and Lawyer Simpson of Dakota, said to have made the most brilliant plea since Daniel Webster. So we out this way think there are brains in Dakota, as Mr. Simpson has proven." MEETING OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ASSN. Minot, Feb. 14.—The fourth annual convention of county commissioners of the state opened today and will continue three days. The commis sioners have a good organization, and are doing much toward securing re formed legislation with reference to assessments and taxation. The bus iness sessions promise to be highly interesting and instructive. Didn't Know "ths Uncle." Aunt Jane—I guess Mr. Spender must be a very neat person. Edith—And what leads you to that opinion? Aunt Jane—He told your Uncle George all his clothes but those upon his back were bung up. Some men, you know, throw their things round anywhere.— Boston Transcript. Your Printing If it is worth doing at all, it's worth do ing well. First class work at all times is our motto. Let us a it you about your next job. u.»'»A*A'jtopm«ilt»vi*pu BISMABCK DAILY TRIBUNE WIBAUXSECURES ANOTHE PAPE Wibaux, Feb. 14.—Rev. Charles E. White is the editor of the new Braver Valley Gazette at Wibaux, the first number of which appeared recently. Rev. Mr. White, needs no introduction to the newspaper fraternity on the North Dakota sidg of the line, having had doings with papers at Park River, Bottinea'u and Wimbledon. MORE HAIR FOR MEN, WOMEN CHILDREN Lenhart Has the Secret and Gives It to the Readers of the Tribune. To properly treat the hair so that it will grow abundantly and luxur iantly, one should first banish dan druff and stop falling hair and itch ing scalp. This' can easily be done with Parisian Sage, sold by the Len hart Drug company, with an abso lute guarantee to cure dandruff, to stop ail falling hair and itching ecalp, or money back. It cures dandruff by killing the germs, and it kills them so promptly that the most skeptical give it praise. But Parisian Sage is more than a cure for dandruff—it will make hair grow on any head where the hair bulb is not altogether dead. And we want every reader of the Tribune to know that Parisian Sage is the most delightful hair dressing in the world. It Is so pleasant to use, and its effect is so invigorating that it causes the hair to become lustrous, fascinating and full of life. Large bottles only 50 cents at Len hart Drug company and druggists everywhere. Girl with auburn hair on every package. Royal Jewsls In Pawn. The ex-Sultan Abdul Aziz pawned all his crown jewels for a million francs at the Mont de Plete at Paris, and 'hey were only just redeemed by the Moorish government In time to pre vent their being sold among other un redeemed goods. The sword of state, which Is regard ed In Servla as a sacred relic, was also pawned by a former king, while one well known European monarch found himself In such straitened circum stances that the famous house of At tenborougb once temporarily had pos session of all his old silver. Queen Isabella was, however, the most famous royalty who made no secret of the fact that she raised mon ey upon the security of the portraits of her ancestors, which hung on the walls at the palace Cattle, her Pari sian home. The royal lady often de clared how deeply she was indebted to her royal forbears for coming to her rescue and helping her out of ber finan cial predicaments.—London M. A. P. The Road to Success. Just tack this up somewhere where you can see It: Success consists in getting out of yourself everything that's 1n you. It does not consist in doing almost quite as much or a little more than the oth er fellow. What the other fellow does doesn't amount to a dent In a door knob so fur as you are concerned. The fact that he succeeds by laying an Atlantic cable, building nn Eiffel tower, Inventing wireless telegraphy or cornering the world's supply of oil doesn't make you failure because you haven't got enough ready money to buy an automobile. You're successful wben you put to some useful purpose every ounce of energy, every grain of gray matter, every mite of muscle that you've got. You're successful when you've developed all there is to you and have given that to the world.— Pittsburg Gazette-Times. Too Busy For Repentance. Singleton—Do you believe in the old adage about marriage in haste and re pent at leisure? Wedderly—No, I don't After a man marries he has no leisure. —Smart Set. PROPOSALS OF SEED GRAIN. BONDS Sealed proposals will received at the office of the county auditor of Renville County, N. D., in the court house in the city of Mohall, in the said county and state up to the hour of 2:00 o'clock P. M., February 21st, 1911, for the sale of Renville county Seed Grain Bonds, in pursuance to Chapter 210 of the Session Laws of the State of North Dakota, for 1*09, entitled An Act Authorizing Coun ties to Issue Bonds or Warrants to Procure Seed and Grain for Needy Farmers, .Residents Therein." Said bonds will be denominations of five hundred ($500) dollars due in two years from date of issue, and will bear interest not to exceed the rate of seven per cent jjer anum. The board of county commissioners have authorized bonds to be issued to the amount of forty thousand dol lars ($40,000.00), but only as much of said bond issue will be sold as is necessary to provide funds for the seed grain applications acted upon and allowed at, and prior to the date of the sale of said bonds. There will be at least twenty-five thousand ($25,000.00) dollars of the said bond issue sold. Each bid to be accompanied by a certified check of one thousand ($1,000.00) dollars, made payable to the board of county commissioners, as a guarantee to fur nish the cash for the bonds sold. The board of county commission ers reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated at Mohall, North Dakota, this 6th day of February, 1911. PETER CARLSON, County Auditor, Renville County, North Dakota. +++OW0+0W+00+0++9+*+++++ N News of the State The -executive committee of the North Dakota Association of Clerks of Court held an important meeting at Grand Forks. Beach thinks it is the ideal location for an agricultural college. The argument in the Billings coun ty division injunction will come up for hearing today before Judge Temp leton of Grand Forks. The Missouri Slope Educational as sociation will meet at Beach in March. The new steam laundry at Beach is now open for business. The Beaver Valley Gazette, the new paper at Wibaux. Mont., has made its appearance, and is a good looking It is printed on pink paper. Thirty-two new corporations were chartered in North Dakota during Jan uary—an average of more than one a day, including Sundays. The Mandan News has joined the rank and file of the $1.50 per year weeklies. The last issue of the New Salem Journal must have been set out of a sack. There is an auctioneer at Freda. N. D., whose name is Snoozy, but he is said to be wide awake on the job. The Valley City Morning Patriot blamed R. N. Stevens for defeating the woman's suffrage bill In the sen ate. Steele may have a Commercial club. Valley City is some factories. anxious to secure J. G. Davis, who was brought back to Morton county from New York by Sheriff Olson of Mandan on a charge of obtaining money under false ipretenses was sentenced to a and a half in the pen. year The Nelson county bastile has been closed by the board of health on the grounds that it is unsanitary and an unfit place for the confinement prisoners. of The Aneta Panorama refrained from expressing an opinion upon the devel opments in the McKenzle murder case. .Jhf RoHa Commercial club is con sidering the proposition of building local telephone lines. Editor Hosklns the Turtle Moun tain Star which is published at Rolla printed a splendid half tone of all the county officers of Rolette county for the term ending Dec. 31, 1910. You can commence to notice the difference in the length of the days &>K. Miss Pearl Movius, niece of Senator Movius, was married at the home of her parents at Lidgerwood to Arthur Rosenkranz. The Towner News-Tribune thinks that McHenry county should have a poor farm. There is a movement on foot at Lidgerwood for the organization of a boys' club, and the idea is meeting with general approval from the par ents and business men. —S— Many banks and other business in stitutions throughout the state are offering corn prizes, and there will doubtless be considerable competition in this line during tbe coning year. There were 19 new rural mail routes established in North Dakota during the month of January. An eclipse of the sun which will be visible in this part of the country will occur April 28. The lost duplicate keys of a num ber of the Fargo postoffice boxes fin ally arrived. The Gardner hotel at Fargo had a fire scare. The Great Northern threatens to run a mixed train on the Churches Ferry branch line unless it can se cure an easement for the purpose of digging a ditch and piping water to the tank at St. John, and St. John residents are on the anxious seat. The faculty of the Fargo college and conservatory and the senior class were royally entertained by President and Mrs. Creegan. Thomas Shepherd, formerly of Mi not, but now of Milwaukee, won the first prize award for the best adver tising copy boosting the next annual convention of advertising men at the City Made Famous. Jamestown will have a street car nival instead of a county fair this year. The State Bankers' association is perfecting plans for the next conven tion which will be held at Fargo. The J. I. Case company may en large their warehouse at Grand Forks. The new hose cart has arrived at Carrington giving the city fire de partment three carts all well sup plied with hose. Many of the state weeklies got a bum steer in regard to the additional congressman for North Dakota. Sentinel Butte's new opera house is completed and the date for the grand opening has been set for February 27. are being purchased by farmers the state is some surprising. of There have been many narrow es capes from freezing to death by var ious parties who lost their way and had to remain out on the prairies over night. Otto Hille, who has lived near Cen ter for several years was adjudged insane and committed to the insane asylum at Jamestown. George McErlaln has been appointed deputy sheriff of Oliver county. The roads throughout the country districts are still in miserable shape and it is almost impossible to get the mails through on schedule time. Peter White, who travels for an eastern liquor house, was arrested at Grand Forks on a statutory charge. The Canadian Pacific will pipe wat er from the Souris river to Portal for its own use, and the city of Portal is hoping to get in on the deal. The school boys at Portal have or ganized a brass band. City Commissioner Muus of Minot would lower the water rates in the Magic City. Two prominent residents of Maxbass have put up $500 bonds each and have signed a resolution to abstain from intoxicating liquors for the rest of their lives. The total valuation of real estate in Renville county is $1,363,505 and that of personal property is $1,113,576. Fred Lyght who resided near Velva committed suicide by shooting him self through the head. The two days farmers' institute which was held at Minot was brim full of good things. Harvey wants a new Soo depot. "The United Doctors" who recently got into trouble in the northern part of the state are boldly heralding their entrance into the southern part of the state by extensive advertising. Company of Hillsboro has in stalled a system of public shower baths in the armory. A Montana man who was sent up for sixty days for taking booze onto an Indian reservation was pardoned by President Taft on information that the man's stock was freezing from lack of his attention. The Morton County Land & Loan company is the name of a new busi ness institution at Mandan. The new hotel at New Leipzig will probably be completed and ready for occupancy before the first of May. new patent stamp cancelling ma chine has been installed in the Man dan postoffice. The First National Bank of Fargo is receiving considerable free adver tising out of its corn prizes. The LaMoure County Chronicle got the wrong idea in regard to the case of R. E. Cobb vs. the Northern Pacific and thought that the local creameries had won out, when the real facts of the case were that the interstate com merce commission slipped one over on the local creameries of the north west. 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