OACOMA, S. D., Nov. 4—John Beck
with, a homesteader living in the wes
tern part of Stanley county, was seri
ously injured as the result of a pecul
iar accident. Horse theives have re
cently been annoying homesteaders
in that region and he and other set
lers were out on horseback for the
purpose of intercepting the thieves if
possible. He was on the guard line
selected for him and had his shotgun
in hand, when because of fatigue, he
fell asleep while in the saddle. In
his slumber the gun was discharged,
His horse fell dead and Beckwith was
thrown violently to the ground.
COU RT AT WASH BURN
WASHBURN. N. D., Nov. 4—Clerk
of Court Hanson has received an order
from Judge Winchester that district
court will convene on November 8.
All court cases and petitions for citi
zenship papers will be heard first. The
calendar is a big one and it is hoped
many cases of old standing will now
be cleared up.
I am located first door north of j!
the Grand Pacific Hotel, and
am prepared to do all
In the best of workmanship and
at reasonable prices. 15 years
experience in Germany
and 3 years work here
And all work absolutely guaran
teed to give satisfaction.
Come and see me, get prices,
or send in 3 our work by insured
mail. I will please you
4th St. Nest 0. P. Hotel Bismarck
NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST
E W VAf ASSOCIATION FOR
(Special to the Tribune)
MANNING, N. D., Nov. 4—Vice Pres
ident W. P. Owens, of the Dunn Coun
ty Better Farming Association, has
sent out a call to all residents of
this county who are interested in bet
ter farming methods to be present at
a gathering to be held in this town
'on November 11. for the purpose of
organizing a Dunn county better farm
ing association. Prof. Waldron of the
experiment station at Dickinson win
be in attendance and will address the
meeting. There is a great deal of
interest among Dunn county residents
in better farming ana it is expected
that a permanent organization will,
be perfected at this time.
SUES FOR ALLEGED
EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn., Nov.
4—Pfi"prs were served on Chief of
police P. J. Sullivan and and Captain
Hugh Quigley of this city, in which
Jarvis Rogers sues for a total of
$10,092.50. The charge against Capt.
Quigley as set forth in the papers
served is unlawful arrest, false im
prisonment and malicious assault.
That against Sullivan is for misrepre
sentation, false imprisonment and
The action for damages has arisen
out of the shooting affray on Minne
sota Point on October 9, when Captain
Quigley attempted to arrest Jarvis
Rogers with the result that his club
was taken away from him and that
Rogers was shot in the legs three
For Infants and Children.
Ihi Kind You Hate Always Bought
BUY HEAT-MAKING POWER
—NOT JUST COAL
There is as much difference in coal as in clothing.
The U. S. Government, and all big users, buy coal on the best heat
unit test plan. Why pay for slack, rock, dirt aud stuff that wont
burn—have your grate clinker and burn up, with little heat?
Has a government analysis test of More Heat Unit per-ton than any
western coal. Come to our office and see this test. Every piece is
deep mined from good seam of clean-burning, heat-making coal of
guaranteed heat units.
Don't take what any dealer offers you. Buy tested quality of known
heat-making properties, offered in Vulcan Coal.
GOODRIDGE-CALL LUMBER CO.
5 Bismarck, N. D.
I the New Home
You want the best when starting in the new home. Above
all, you want that home to be snug and warm and comfortable.
You are sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection
Smokeless Oil Heater.
The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made.
It is a sort of portable fireplace.
It is ready night and day. Just strike a match and light
the wick. Th Perfection is all aglow in a minute.
The Perfection Oil Heater does not smell nor smoke—a patent
automatic device prevents that It can be carried easily from room to
room and equally suitable for any room in the house. Handsomely
finished, with nickel trimmings drums of either turquoise-blue enamel
or plain steel.
A«k your dealer to *ow yon Perfection
Smokele»iOil Healer, or writefor dueripthM
circular direct to any agency of
Standard Oil Company
MINOT, N. D., Nov. 4—Lieut. Gov.
Usher L. Burdick, passed through
Minot enroute from Munich to Willis
ton Mr. Burdick has spent several
weeKS in the vicinity of Munich look
ing after farming interests, as well
as a bank in which he holds stock.
Former reports to the contrary not
withstanding, Mr. Burdick will make
w'illiston his future home. Following
the reiteration that he would not
make the race or governor was pub
lished a statement that he would re
turn to Munich. However, he will
continue to practice law at Wfilliston.
IN GOOD SHAPE
PIERRE. S. D., Nov. 4—The annual
report of State Treasurer Johnson, for
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1911,
is in the hands of the printer and its
summary of indebtedness shows that
on that date outstanding $500,000 of
revenue warrants, $69,5oo.89 borrowed
from the twine fund, with $199,239.86
cash in the general fund, leaving a
net debt of $370,153.03, on that date.
As an offset to this is cash advanced
to the capital building fund amounting
This means tuat with
the loan to the capital building fund
i:aia. the state general fund would
have been clear at the beginnnig of
the fiscal year.
LAYING NS FOR
(Special to the Tribune)
GRAND FORKS, Nov. 4—Dr. J. E.
Floyle, of Grand Forks, president of
the state tax association, is laying
broad plans for thew ork of his
ganization at its coming convention
which will be held in Fargo in Janu
ary. The fact that the state's assess
ments are now announced gives food
for thought in the coming convention
OVERNIGHT CURE FOR COLD I
HEAD OR CHEST.
It is Curing Thousands Daily, and
Saves Time and Money.
Get a bowl three-quarters full of
boiling water and a towel.
Pour into the water a scant tea
spoonful of HYOMEI (pronounce
Put your head over the bowl and
cover head and bowl with towel.
Breathe the vapor that arises for
a few minutes, and presto, your head
is as clear as a bell, and the tightness
in the chest is gone.
It's a pleasant cure. You'll enjoy
breathing HYOMEI. You'll feel at
once its soothing, healing and bene
ficial effects as it passes over the in
flamed and irritated membrane. 50
cents a bottle at druggists everywhere
Ask the Lenhart Drug Company for
extra bottle of HYOMEI Inhalent.
Y. M. A. Gymnasium classes open
next week. Buy your membership
now at any of the banks or at Bcrge
Oysters for Banquets
For Your Lodge
Are all solid meats with rich
ocean flavor and come in
sealed packers, so absolutely
no ice or water can get in—
or be put in. Sealed in new
sterilized cans at the seaside.
The best that is known to the
Let us supply you for
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
News of the State
Amanda wants a ra'lroad.
Auction sales are numerous.
Bowman will have an orchestra.
Goodrich wants a fire department.
The deer hunting season will soon
Stanley wants more citizens—pro
Mrs. Millie Safford is now post
mistress at Grano.
The Hettinger County Herald is
long on advertising.
Bowling challenges are now baing
The happiest man in the land to
day is the successful farmer.
The prarie chickens should be safe
for another eleven months.
A Tioga workman fell from a scaf
fold and fractured three ribs.
A Hamilton farmer raised over 400
bushels of potatoes to th« acre.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Eger of Manning
celebrated their golden wedding.
Dr.O'Brien, a Russell veterinarian,
has decided to locate at Bottineau.
Hsttinger county farmers had a
big dance at Midway on Hallowe'en.
Mormon missionaries in the state
are planning an aggressive cam
Five alleged blind piggers arrested
at Minnewaukon entered pleas of
Last weeks issue of the Cando Her
ald contained five full page adver
Two new telephone lines will be
built out from New England in the
Many editors are being donated veg
etables of extraordinary size by their
Winter train schedules are going
into effect on many of the branch
roads of the state.
Minot and Grand Forks are scrap
pin over the merits of their respect
Buford citizens do not attend lect
ures in any great crowds, according
to "Old Bill" Mumby.
A farmer residing near Max is $2,
000 to the good after paying for his
farm with the first crop.
A large shipment of trees was re
ceived at Manning and distributed
among Dunn county farmers.
A Bowman boy who ran into a
barbed wire fence received some se
vere scratch-as about the face.
The second annual North Dakota
Dry Farming Congress will be held
at Dickinson December 7 and 8.
Many of the weeklies Insist that
the residents of their communities
should patronize home merchants.
Good roads not only*mean a great
saving of time and labor, hut they
exert a distinct civilizing influence.
Many parents are responsible for
their boys quitting school before
they have completed their full course.
The School of Forestry at Bottin
eau is planning to build up a large
museum for minerals, rocks, fossils.
A little boy at Michigan tried to
climb on top of the kitchen sink and
broke his arm in th-3 subsequent tum
Dunn county farmers want to organ
iz a better farming association, and
hav« called a meeting to discuss the
Many violators of the prohibition
law are being tak-an in the toils by
various county officials throughout
With Burdick out of th« race,
many the insurgent weeklies are
anxiously casting about for a candi
date to boost for governor.
The increasing number of silver
and golden wedding anniversaries is
evidence that North Dakota is rapid
ly developing—and growing older
The Forman Independent-News as
sures its friends that it will be a re
publican paper—not half-republican,
as some folks seemed to have sur
Cupid seems to be working over
time these days—or is the cold weath
er conducive to the increasing num
ber of matrimonial entanglements—
A Morton county farmer's wife
armed with a shot gun prevented
county officials from taking away
property upon which .there was a
"Dick' Johnson and E. R. Adelman,
of McClusky, have a three months
job of bookkeeping on their hands in
correcting and perfecting the trans
cription of records from old McLean
county to Sheridan.
Editor Dean of the Leeds News
protests against the various state
papers boosting for postal savings
banks on the grounds .that the home
institutions are deserving of patron
"Mulefoot" hogs are being sold at
$200 apiece. There are lots of farm
ers who haven't a single specimen of
the ordinary kind.
The Bruce Law Club at Grand
Forks will give a banquet in honor
of the newly appointed supreme,
It is expected that the repairs on
the Jamestown hospital, which was
recently visited by fire, will be com
pleted in time to permit its occupan
cy before December 1.
BE RIGHT ALWAYS
Buy at Gussners. Special soap sale
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W_r5-s. THE 1MAMONU BKANB. A
l*llla in Red and
boxes, sealed with
Take ao other.
DruieM. Ask forCM
DIAMOND ItBAMD PILLS, for 8ft
yearsknown as Best,Safest,Always Reliable
SMDBV MOISTS EVERYWHERE
I County Auditor Nelson of Barnes I which was taken from his premises on
county is looking for a wheelbarrow I Hallowe'en.
QUALITY THE BEST
ROSEIN E Ligh Save the Eyes
R0SEINE PENNSYLVANIA OIL
Makes a big, white, soft, steady light—the very best for reading
sewing and other work that must be done by artificial light!
Cheap, inferior lamp oil makes a dull, yellow light which
causes eye strain—not to mention the annoyance and daneer
There's as much difference between BOSEINE and common
oil as there is between cream and milk.
Don't Mix ROSEINE With Other Oil
If your grocer, general merchant or hardware man doesn't have Ros-in*
Pennsylvania Oil, he will, no donbt get it for you if you insist and hi
valnes your trade.
Some dealers don't like to carry Roseine for their customers becausp
they make a greater percentage of profit on the common oil.
Put ROSEINE in your lamp and get greater comfort and satisfaction out of It.
MARSHAL OIL COMPANY
I you want the Best
The Commission Mar.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 191
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