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For The June Bride
A gift, from Knowies & Hanky's
possessing 11 I iv i«i 11
a I it pleas
ing gift. Choosing gifts Is easy
here, rind :i glance :it our large
stock will '-how yon how well wo
are prepared to furni.sli every-
thing for the Juno weddings—from
the very newest, in Rings, Silver
ware, Hawk's Cut Glass or Hand
Painted China™ in fact, everything
yon or the bride could wish for
as a gifi!
KNOWLES & HANfc-Y
Jewelers and Importers of Diamonds
Bismarck North Dakota
ber and Coal
Nortz Lumber Co.
0. E. ANDERSON, Mgr. Phone 77
MOTHER PACKS ZOHZU
/IWAY THE WiNTtR a
Whenever you gel all "bunged" up, remember, we keep band
ages, liniments, salves, and everything necessary to put you right.
We especially warn everybody to be sure that all dressings be anti
septic to prevent "dangerous, death-bringing blood-poisoning. "Any
old thing" wo.i't do to dress your wound®. Get antiseptic dress
ings from us. Always have them in the house.
Make OUR Drue Store YOUR Drug Store
Lenhart's Drug Store
Karl Toatovin returned home from
Duluth the last of tha week. Earl
has been associated with the News
Tribune of Duluth, for the past lew
months hut was co.npelled to resign
on account of ill health. He expects
to ietuin to Duluth after he Is fully
io owned from 'his set-bark.
Saturday aiternoon an interesting
scene was witnetfrf,*d by boveial when
a steer forced iiis way through a
.stock car door while in the local
yards en route to Soutn St. Paul.
There were 13 head ia the car but
onJy one got out. The authorities in
charge w^re immediately notified and
the critter way soon caught. How
ever, ho escaped his fatal ride to the
market very much through the disap
pointment. of the owner.
Charles Carcw, better known
among his many friends in Mandan as
Toonie," arrived in Mandan Katur
da evening and will spend several
day eveniag and will spend several
returning to his home in Beach.
Tag day was a big success in Man
dan Saturday, which through the ef
forts of the Ladies of tha Mandan Li
brary' association, .tutted them a neat
little sum. There wore girls and la
dies oil every corner at the noon hour
ea^jr to tag all passers-by.
In a way unknown to your corre
spondent John Ellison, one of the
Morton couiity commissioners, met
with an accident which resulted in
breaking hit, log. He was taken to
the hospital and is getting aloag nice
N E N
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will find the best material obtainable
for that new house or barn. Mr. A.
J. Metzger has been connected with
this company at Fessenden for the
past eight years. His sales for 11)12
amounted to 000 and lie contem
plates thribbling that amount for
Mr. Metzger will figure that
limber bill with you any time and
save you dollars.
All kinds of cement work, cement
blocks, the kind that won'ti chip or
crumble, bridge abutments, cement
walks, houses, etc. Mr. Albert An
derson of Fessenden will jfigiure on
that contract with you.
Another Good Elevator.
Grain, »our and feed are handled
by the Occident Elevator Company
at all of the branches. Fessenden
branch bought close to 125,000 bush
els of grain this last season and is
liguring on 200,000 for 1913.
Another of ,the old line elevators
in the state, The Minnekota Elevator
Company, Mr. C. F. Buerge as mana
ger, have had their share of business
for the last year. Mr. liuerge never
forgets the necessity of dealing with
one and all alike. pou
When wanting to go someo.jilacr
and he certain of the retunifntrip,
don't forget the Carl Kahey livery,
sale and feed stable, one of the best
auto liveries in the state. In connec
Siantatdt flaittt gtrihrotf
tion ar? first-clasc turnout", and at
Don't forget the photo man when
wanting good pictures. He does ex
cellent work, lms patented a machine
that would be of interest to evjry
one concerned In photography.
Dr. Frederick A. Douglas, physician
ahd surgeon, is a graduate of Toronto
School of Medicines and Surgery.
Five years in Ftf'ftleiiden lias been suf
ficient proof of the doctor's ability.
Supper tf'ft«, don't forget the Con
ner Hotel, just the place to make a
new man of oho. True, I am staying
there all right., no better place, Good
Let us make up your Lawn Display
of Fireworks. Order them early. At
See the ad. of special values in
Men's clothing. Now on al S. K.
Fi'EROESO.V- & SONS—adv.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
My wife and family having left my
.ji-u and hoard, I will not be responsi
ble for any debts contracted by them.
DAVID G. SITES.
Dated at Llvonft, N. D., this :10th day
of June, 1913.
JULY 4TH PICNIC.
The ladies 6f the Stewartsdala
church will hold a picnic at Itobin
sou's grove July 4th. Refreshments
will be served and a pleasant time as
Let us make up your Lawn Display
of Fireworks. Order the.n early. At
BISMARCK'S ROLL OF HONOR.
Men Who AreMaking History In The
There is nothing slow about our
business 'inert when they get started.
Just show .them a good thing and
you may salfeiy" leave the result, to
their sound business instinct, and in
Since last ^publishing the list ot
those who tyive signed contracts to
assist in the Thii Industrial Exposi
tion, to be held iri Bismarck October
7 to 19, many new names have been
added and .the* list today stands as
A. W. Lucas Company.
First National Bank.
Marshall Oil Company.
Fox Land Company.
Goodridge-Call Lumber Co.
Copelin Candy Company.
French & Welch Hdw're Co.
Capital ity Bottling Works.
O. H. Will A Company.
A. L. TruaxrFurniture Co.
Bismarck Hardware Co.
Bismarck Grocery Co.
Hughes EieefHc Co.
F. L. ConkliiV.1
Bismarck Steam Laundry Co
E. B. Woodward.
Joseph res low.
Mrs. A. B.'Welch.
W. F. Erlemfteyer.
Murray &. McLean.
Dakota Livestock A Casu
Union Central Life Ins. Co.
Chas. A. Laudenberger, Agt-
A A A A A
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Vi .y* Hi,
The Cambridge Suction Sweeper
Call at our Furniture Department and ask for demonstration of
Cambridge Vacuum Sweeper, or take one on trial. Money re
funded if not as stated or satisfactory.
A, W. LUCAS COMPANY
lick and Blue
You men who have waited until now for your summer suits
are offered one of the greatest opportunities that men of this
city have ever known. All this season's latest styles and
selling everywhere for $18, $20 and $22.50, for the July Clear
ance Sale YOUR CHOICE OF AN SUMMER WEIGHT SUIT
Extra charges for alterations. Remember every suit is stylish and
well tailored—all new fabrics and patterns of our $18, $20, $22.50
For the Hot Days: Straw and Panama Hats, Summer Un
derwear, light, cool Shirts, Comfortable Collars
and summer toggery
McKenzie Hotel Building Main Street
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1913.
The Carpet Sweeper, as a cleaner, is a delusion,
It simply skims the dust on the surface, while 95 per
cent remains in the texture beneath. Remains as a
receptical for the germs of disease, waiting to be
brought forth by action of broom or feet or anything
that will set them in motion in the air, where they
will begin their deadly work in nostril or throat or
No More Tearing Up Carpets with .consequent
backache, pounded fingers and carpet wrecking, for
when you beat the carpet you are beating the life
right out of it. Let the carpet remain in place and
a Cambridge Vacuum Cleaner will clean it in a few
The Cambridge Vacuum Cleaner is a dust and
dirt gatherer, a germ destroyer. It stands without a
There is a Difference between gathering dirt and
distributing it. The cleaner gathers, the broom and
duster distributes, the carpet sweeper skims. Get
that point clear, don't you?
Thousands of Dollars Worth of rugs and car
pets are ruined every year by moths and other vermin
The Cambridge insures against this loss.
With a Broom or Duster the dust is simply
driven from place to place, dislodged here to settle
there. With the Cambridge you move it once, and that to a point where it will
never bother again.
Diseases That May Be Caught From Germs in Dust. Tuberculosis, Scrofu
la, LaGrippe, Typhoid Fever, Scarlet Fever, Measles, Diphtheria, Small Pox,
Pneumonia, Catarrh, Eye Troubles, Etc.
The Cambridge is the ounce of prevention that beats a thousand pounds of cure
in this case.
Vacuum Cleaner will pay for itself in six months, by saving in
labor and wear and tear in carpets and rugs, to say nothing of what it will save in
nerfous strain, patience, temper, etc.