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STORM AT LINTON
Linton, N. U, Jul Until)#-', »'*•_
cent raia storm many basements ol
the business iionses here were tilled
with water and iiuiny business lab
lishuHTits lost heavily by their mer­
chandise being destroyed. 'I he Lin
ion Ua'/aar. and leading general store
lost, several thousand dollars worth
as did the Linton Leader, another
general store. The Linton Kecord,
the local newspaper here, iiad its
basement, tilled with about six I'• of
water :ind Hie paper stock and ma­
chinery was badly damaged before
the water could lie removed. While
there were several serious losses
among ihe business houses because
of this heffvy rain ih( crops in this
vicinity were practically saved. There
have been no losses by hail or wind
so far this season.
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Hprlnulielil,
Great, big,
omy overalls
made of the stoutest
heavy drill and denim,
double sewed with six
cord thread.
Inmt That our
Next Pair AreV
Patrick-Duluth Overalls
Generous in cut, extra
large bib, real elastic in
suspenders, patent cast
off at back six large
pockets—the back cut un
usually high.
F. A. Patrick & Co Duloth
Manufacturers
CASH GROCERY
Quality Merchants
Soo Hotel Bldg. Phone 53
Fancy bananas, doz 20c
Two dozen for 35c
Fancy large standard cantalopes 15c
Good ripe Florida watermelons,
per lb
New potatoes, per lb
Or six pounds for
Native June berries
Two boxes for
Fancy large cucumbers
Fancy ripe tomatoes, lb
4c
5c
.25c
15c
25c
15c
18c
Two pounds for 35c
Fancy Royal Ann cherries in 1JA
lb. boxes 15c
California juicy lemons, per doz. 50c
Home brand C-olumbia river
spring catch salmon per 1
lb. cans auc
Sweet spuds, home brand, as
good as fresh 20c
For olives we have a complete as­
sortment of finest queen olives on the
market
Fancy Monarch Qtieen olives, 10
jars 25c
13 oz. jars 35c
10 oz. jars 45c
Hcme» brand Pimento stuffed
olives in 3 1-2 oz. bottles.. 15c
Lobby's 1-2 oz. Queen olives 10c
Home- brand- chow chow, 8 oz.
bottle 20c
Date nut butter, per jar 20c July 4th.—(Adv)
S:\L
North Dakota and Northwest News
MUCH DAMAGE BY FARMER BOYS
Valiey City. X. D., July 8.—One hun­
dred and twelve farm boys represent­
ing the thirteen southern counties of
the state are now in attendance at
the "Farm Loys' Encampment" being
held by tile North Dakota lietter
Fanning association at the Valley
City Chautauqua. Tiie encampment
is not only the first ciicanipineiit ever
held in connection with a Chautati
buf is the largest farm boys
qua encamp "i.it vl!ic»i li.is ever been
liel,| in any state.
The camp winch is con iii'Med in
true military f.ishion vutli Lieutenant
I lerrc.i, I S. A., of tin- Agricuitura!
(:o!i"ge as ciciMiiaiMlant, is situated on
the h.gli banks of til:* Sheyenue river
overlooking the pretty Chautauqua
giu\cs. Large army tents, each of
which shelter eight boys have been
•pitciied in long rows facing the cen­
tral avi-nue with the commandants
find headquarters teas at the head of
the grounds. A large tent has been
ereefed for assembly purposes and
here the clashes which form an im­
portant part of the daily routine are
held.
call i* sounde.i promptly
at ii m. and tne n-uis are soon emp­
tied of
tiie
beg.n
boys who are anxious to
the
and essence
day's duties. Brief ath­
letic exercises are held and then fol­
lows the call to morning mess. The
meal over, the classes begin and con­
tinue with short intermissions during
the iorenoon.
Livestock is the subject which is
being studied at th/ encampment and
the various subjects are presented
by the parts of the Hetter Farming
association and by professors of the
Agricultural college who are in at­
tendance. Sonic of tlio finest horses
and cattle to be obtained in the N'orth
west are on the grounds for demon­
stration purposes. So interested
arc the hoys in the work that when
a vote was taken Wednesday wheth­
er to remain in class or go out
plaj' basenall, two thirds of the boy
voted to remain in class.
liared.
The call to evening mess is always
a welcome sound and afterward there
is the moving picture entertainment
to be seen in the big- Chautauqua tent
and taps sounds from the command­
ant's tent at 10:30.
P. (i. llolden, the Iowa "Corn
King" was a guest of the hoys.
STORES WILL CLOSE.
Webb Bros, and A. \V. Lucas Co
will close their stores all day Friday,
.Inly 1th.— (Ad v)
BULL MOOSERS TO
LAY THEIR PIPES
Fargo, X. D., July 3.—The bull
moosers of the state are taking ad­
vantage of the Interstate fair to hold
some preliminary conferences in Far­
go in regard to the coming campaign,
relieving that their source of
strength lies in keeping up the dis­
sensions existing betweei. the former
stalwart and insurgent wings of the
republican party of this state, the fol­
lowers of Colonel Roosevelt will make
no effort to hold the republicans to­
gether. The chief organ of the bull
moosers in this state is already bit­
terly assailing two or three of the
state officers who were elected as
representatives of the insurgent ele­
ment because they are endeavoring
to work in harmony during their term
of office with some of those elected
as stalwarts. The state officials in­
sist they were selected to perform
their duties and not play polities.
The bull moosers are laying planfr
to carry on an active campaign next
year and hope for a large number of
recruits from the ranks of the' insurg
ent republicans. The latter contend
they will continue in their allegiance
to LaFollette or some other '.nan of
that class, rather than affiliate with
the bull moosers.
STORES WILL CLOSE.
Webb Bros, and A. W. Lucas Co
will close their stores all day'Friday,
July 4th.— (Adv)
FARGO DOCTORS MAY
HAVE TO PITCH HAY
Fargo, N. D., July 3.—"Doctors of
Philosophy" do not find ready employ­
ment in Fargo. Many pitchers, pros­
pective harvest hands and carriers
and teamsters are wanted, but no
one seems to be clamoring for a doc­
tor of philosophy. An adlet has been
running in the want columns of a lo­
cal paper recently by a man .who
states he is a doctor of philosophy. It
is announced he has' degrees from
three foreign universities and the
Ph. D. from a German institution, but
that does not seem to help in secur­
ing a position, which he announces
he is willing to accept for a reason­
able stipend.
Blli ATTENDANCE
AT FARGO FAIR
Fargo, X. July 3,-The Inter­
state fair is attracting larger crowds
daily and tomorrow is expected to be
the big event, because of the patri­
otic features in addition to the regu­
lar program. liecause oi the nature
of the fair here a usual Fourth ot
July celebrations and decided to
come in here for their fun. This bus
resulted in a great increase in at­
tendance today and a corresponding­
ly large boost is expected to.norrow.
Th.s was on the-program as Anglo
Saxon day and tomorrow is American
.lav. The children of the graded
schools of argo who have been put­
ting on special features today danced
Irish, Scotch, Hnglish an other dances
and the boys put on a number of ath­
letic features showii^ the benefits of
the physical feature work and out­
door exercise in the schools.
The stock judging was concluded
this foifenoon and the exhibits av
tracted a great deal of attention
among those anxious to learn how
the awards had been placed.
The races and the other amuse
nie.its are of especially high quality.
N. 0. RETAILERS
TO MEEHN FARGO
Fargo. ... D.. July 3^-The
Noon moss is served at 12:F.0j Tuesday night there will be a smo-
o'clock and then the most of the aft-: ker for the visitors and W ednesda
ernoon is the boys' own time to do! night in the earl/ evening there *'ill
with as they please. Many attend be an auto ride and later a theatre
the Cliaufauqua programs^ the sum-1 party.
ming an infraction and Director
Ilen.1er.son of the Fargo Y. M. C. A. niTTrtl OV PIT
is present to give instruction.
A
fine baseball grounds has been pre-
STORES WILL CLOSE.
Webb Bros., and A. W. Lucas Co
will close their stores all day Friday,
meet!ng
by Secretary King to attract a large!
attendance as there has been a con-1
siderable increase in membership and
more than the usual amou^' of in
terest
The association will hold business ses
sions Tuesday and Wednesday, and
Thursday will be devote-1
the exhibits of the
K| I I |l| KT A l,A|
Ul 1
11-11 ut W,B
THAT
Venturia. X. D.,. July S.—Two small
children of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Schlapp were bitten by a cat that had
been acting strangely. The animal
was killed and sent to a laboratory
for examination. I: was found to
have been affliceted with rabies and
the children were sent to a Pasteur
institute for treatment. The c.'it is
said to have been acting strangely
and was thought to have been bitten
by a dog.
MARKETS.
£$ O $ Kf
MINNEAPOLIS.
Xo. 1 Hard 94 1 Nor 92 1-2 to
931-2 reg arr 921-2 to 92 3-4 special
choirte arr 931-2 2 Xor 901-2 to
91 1 2 Hard Mont arr 89 1-2 to
..1-2 3 Wheat SS1-2 to 89 1-2 1
Dur 92 arr 92 2 Dur 90 arr 90,
:J, Corn .IS 1-2 to .jS3-4 arr 5S 4 Corn
"j4 to 50 'I W O 39 1-2 to 40 arr
39 3-4 3 Oats 30 to 38 Barlev 40 to
r.S Rye 50 to arr 50 to 58 Flax
$1.37 to $1.37 1-21 arr $1.37 July
90 1-2 Sept 92 3-4 Dec 95 1-8.
DULUTH.
Sept, 93 5-S Dec 95 1-8 1 Hard 011
trk 93 1 Nor on trk 92 arr 9_ 2
Xor on trk 89 3-4 to 90 2 Hard Mont
92 1 Dur spot 951-2 2 Dur 931-2
.1 nly 94 1-2 Sept 92 Oats on trk 40
arr 39 1-2 Rye on trk 54 1-2 to 57 1-2
Rye 541-2 to 571-2 Barley on trk
48 to 50 on trk 00 3 arr
60 Flax on trk-?1.39 arr ?1.39 July
*1.371-2 Sept $1.411-4 Oct $1,411-4
high July 913-8 to 911-2 low 911-4.
ST. PAUL.
CATTLE—ReceiDts, 000 killers,
steady steers, *d,50 to $8.40 cows
and heifers, $4.50 to $7.25 calves,
steady, $0.00 to $S.7'» feeders, steady,
$4.30 to $7.00,
HOOS—'Receipts, 2800 5c higher
range, $8.40 to $8.70 bulk, $8.50 to
$o.55,
SHEEP—Receipts, 200 steady
shorn lambs, $4.50 to .$7-00 shorn
wethers, $4.50 to $4.75 shorn ewes,
$2.00 1o $4.25.
CHICAGO.
IIOGS—Close—Receipts, 13,000 ac­
tive, 5 to 15c higher bulk of sales,
$X.30 to $8.90 light, $8.75 to $9.05
mixed, $8.70 to $9.05 heavy, $8.40 to
$9.00 rough, $8.45 to $8.05 pigs, $7.00
to $8.75.
CATTLE—Receipts, 1,000 steady
beeves, $7.10 to $8.85 Texas steers,
$0.75 to $8.10 western steers, $7.00
to $8.10 stockers and feeders, $5.50
•4o- $7.9ft cow3 and heifers, $3.75 to
$8.25 calves, $0.75 to $9.50.
SHEEP—Receipts, 13,000 steady
to strong native, $4.00 to $5.25 westl
em $4.00 to $5.25 yearlings, $5.25
to $6.60 lambs, native, $0.00 to $7.75
western, $6.25 to $7.75.
SONS OF VETEKANS.
Fargo, N. D„ July 3.—There will
be a local organization of the Sons
of Veterans here July 9. All sons of
Union participants in the Civil war
will be declared eligible and George
W. Turner of Minneapolis will be
here to start the organization. A large
membership id already assured.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
President NcVey ol the
State University Named
as the Head
At the initial meeting of the state
board of education tr.e organization
or the board was perfected. The
hoard consists of l'resideat McVey
of the state university, President
Worst of the Agricultural college.
President Smith of the state science
school. President Hillyer of the May
»i!!e normal school, ltural School In­
spector Macdonal.l. Ili^h School In
Vpvc.or Hay ward. County Superintend­
ent Soreuson of Cando. L. Craw
,fo of Sent.net Hutu, and State Su
perimendetu Taylor.
Tnder the law, the state superin­
tendent is ex-otluio member of the
hoard, vhil^ his deputy. W. K. Par
sons, is ex-ofiicio secretary, though
not a member of the beard.
The boaru temporarily adopted the
adopted by the outgoing board of ex­
aminers so far a?- the rules apply to
th,* ceiiifieatiQfl of teacaers. The
board adopted the rules of the defunct
high school board so far as the rules
apply to the classification of high
schools.
Three standing committers were
also appointed. The committee con
Miting of Presidents McVey and
Worst and Inspector Ha\ ward will
have jurisdiction over matters per
I taining to the regular high schools as
well as the agricultural and subsl
|^izei
of the Xorth Dakota Retailers assc-» :nIj,g
ciation here next week is expeote.
coi
lisplayed on the organization.
the twin cities. Duiuth. Chicago and
other cities and also to an inspection
of the tixiy or more local manuiac-.
eth- of the uxty or more local manuiac-.
and turing plants. An effort w:ll be made
hizh schools. All matters per-
lhe rura! ra ied and c0n
dated schools will' be referred tc
lnspect0?
u~
MacdoEald. while a com-
{ee Mnsi5Iin of Presidents
cer.ificat on o:-
and sehool
toys to promote North Dakota m2de goo-s rreeiiag of the beard was set
among the retailers. Bismarck. SepteniW -r.th, when per-
adopted.
Member 1st. 1
eeiing of tne Dcard was set for
rcaDeJt ruie5 l0r lhc. b32rd wjll
SHIPPERS GET
HM lists NO BENEFITS
Products
KEEPING FOOD
Smith
Hillver and S'.tte Superintendent
I Tavior will pass on the examination
^acTl0r-.
The coinmitttv on rural, graded and
consolidated school was authorized
°rV!ef,,nSh° pampfllei which will set
'rDS I forth the lav and conditions govern-
tfae
clas:jfioa.iC)n
the?e
Tne pan_plljet
schools,
w.il be printend and
dS- ribulft, in liK 0 rtach the
teach
The
dS ribulft in liK t0 rerich the
tea
,)e
Transported
Minnesota tome
to
Under
Interstate Laws
Shippers of grain and other com­
modities, from this state to Minneso­
ta terminals or other points in that
state reap no benefits from the deci­
sion of the United States supreme
court in the Minnesota rate cases,
these shipments being inter-etato
in their character.
The Xorth Dakota railroad commis­
sion has had of late a ^reat many in­
quiries on this point from Xorth Da­
kota shippers and for the benefit of
the public generally the railroad com
nis.sion states that the decision in
question only covers business begin­
ning and ending within the state of
Minnesota.
I'nder the Minnesota law relating
to the settlement of such overcharges
as would naturally occur in case the
railroads refuse to obey the rate re­
duction law and were defeated in the
courts, the railroads have been com­
pelled t.) report to the Minnesota
monthly the name
of
the shipper and
the amunnt collected 011 every ship­
ment of goods ip order that, in case
the state won its case, the commis­
sion would be able to see that every
shipper received the refund to which
he would be entitled in such an event.
Under this law 'he railroads will pav
to tue state of Minnesota the gross
amount of the refund and the com­
mission will' settle direct with the
claimants.
ANNOUNCEMENT
All barber shops will keep open
until 10 o'clock Thursday night and
will be closed all day Friday.—adv.
FRECKLES
Now Is the Timi'ta G'et Rid of These
Ugly Spots.
There's no longer the slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your freckles,
as the prescription othine—double
strength—is guaranteed to remove
these homely spots.
Simplv get an ounce of othiae—
double strength—from your druggist
and apply a little of it night and
morning and you should soon see that
even the worst freckles have begun
to di«appear, while the lighter ones
have vanished entirely. It is sel­
dom tht more than an ounce is needed
to completely clear the skin and gain
a beautiful dear,complexion.
Be sure to ask for. the double
strength othine as this is sold under
gurantee of money back if it fails to
remove freckles.—adv.
ALTERATION SALE
See the ad. d,t special values
Men's clothing. Now on at S.
EERGESON' & SONS.—adv.
Washington. I. C. July '11,1
Department of Agriculture today is­
sued the following practical sngges
tions in regard to keeping food and
.Irink in hot weather, will* a view
to helping the public to avoid sick­
ness from eating spoiled articles of
diet:
"While people should lie careful
about the condition of the food they
eat at all seasons of the year, they
should be particularlv watchful dur­
ing the .summer ...onths. In hot
weather bacteria multiply far more
rapidly than in cold weather and pro­
duce eh. uiical changes in so.iie foods
A'hich greatly lesson their nutritive
value and often make tliem unfit for
human consumption. Unfortunately
there is no quick, absolute, simple,
practical way of determining the
presence of hurtful bacilli in foods,
or of obtaining po.-ativa evidence of
the existence of ptomanes. The
average family does not have the
delicate apparatus needed l'or these
tests, nor the skill to detect these
micro-organisms.
"The housewife will find eyes and
nose the safest practical detectives
of bad' food in itot weather. If any
article has any suspicion of an un­
usual o.lor or looks abnormal, it
should be avoided. People eating in
aonbti'ul restaurants .should be par
licualrly careful about meats or fish
.•coked with a highly spiced or aro­
matic sauce which might disguise a
bad taste or v.arnng odor. Only sweet
smelling, ele nafood should be eaten.
Spotted, green, slimy, or frothy raw
meat, or meat which is koft in spots
also shoii'd be regarded with sus­
picion. Taste of_ course if a supple­
mentary test, but one to be ussd
after eyes, nose and lingers. A
mother before she allows her child
to eat anything, should examine it
carefully in a good light, smell ii.
.111 finally taste it.
"Milk particularly deteriorates rap­
idly under summer heat, especially
if it already contains bacteria.
Housewives, therefore, should see to
it that their milk after being left
by the milkman does not stand for
anj length of time on a hot back
porch or stoop before it is put ii the
ice box. Milk bottles should be kept
closed, both in the ice box and out
of it. Ii there is any doubt at all as
:o the excellence of the local milk
supply, pasteurize all milk.
"All foods should be kept covered
or wrapped, and always out of the
reach of flies, which are deadly car­
riers of typhoid. All vessels, pitchers
etc., in which food is to be stored
should first be scalded. Food should
be handled as little as possible. The
ice box, especially its drain pipe,
should be cleaned thoroughly and
frequently wth boiling water and
wasning soda, and given an occasion­
al airing. A persistent battle should
b" waged against flies in till .parts
jf the honi".
"Uncooked foods as a general
proposition should be avoided. Chil­
dren should not be allowed to eat
the skins of fruits, especially fruits
which have been exposed to flies or
stree dirt or unscreened stands or
push-carts.
"Those who go away for vacation
should not get the idea that every­
thing in a summer resort
o-
ACCIDENTALLY
SHOT TO DEATH
Ashley, N- D„ Judy .3.—John Uirioh,
20 years old, was accidentally killed
on his father's farm, northeast of this
place, lie had taken a shotgun from
the house to do some, shooting and
stopped at the well to draw wa' er.
In some manner the gun "lippart and
was accidentally discharged. The en­
tire load entered Ulrich's stomach,
causing instant death.
FIREWORKS.
Let ns make up your Lawn Display
of Fireworks. Order them early. At
Solvig's.—(Adv.)
aiu'uini)„iilli.i.,iiii|ii
ALCOHOL 3 PLK CEN't
AVcgetablePrepiirafionlorAs
similating HieFooitandRcgula
ting Ute S
lomaciis tuulBowds
oi
INFANTS ^CHILDREN
Promotes DigeslionJChtnfu!
MOSS and Ifcst.Contalns neitlw
O
piiuti
.Morphine nor
JMutteStUs"
JustSni*
tton, Sour Slowach.DtaiTtwca
Worms .Convulsions,Pevertsli
riess andLoss OFSLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
NEW'YORK.
Atb months- old,
35D0SFS -SCENTS
ipiiaranteed underlie
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
C. B. LITTLE, Pres.
J. L. Bfill, V. Pres.
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES FOR RENT
strange
city is necessarily pura' and whole­
some. The danger of typhcid l'ever
in country resorts is ver- great.
Many of the cases of typhoid fever
recorded in the fall in cities wheio
the water is pure had their orign in
water or contaminated substances
drunk or eaten at some summer re­
sort. Insist on boiled water. If you
absolutely cannot get boiled water,
make very sure about the reputation
of springs, wells, or tap water. Re­
fuse absolutely to take any water that
comes from a source near an out­
house or stable, or in a neighborhood
where fever is at all prevalent.
"Boiled water can be made just
as palatable as unboiled water. The
flat taste which boiled water has
soon after it has been boiled is due
to the fact that boiling drives out
of it the air which it held 11 soluton.
If the water after boiling is put in
scalded shallow open pans and al­
lowed to stand for'24 hours where
fles or dirt cannot get at it, it will
regain its air and have its usual
taste resored by the second day.
ant in summer that people should not
"Finally it is particularly import­
ant in summer that people should not
be misled into believing that the label
"guaranteed under the food and drugs
act" on rans and packages means
that the government has tested these
foods and pronounced them pure and
desirable. The government does not
make the guarantee. The. guarantee
i: made whc''y by the manufacturer,
.in« means no more than when your
own corner grocer guarantees that
the sugar that he weighs out for you
is all right. Examine goods labeled
"guaranteed" just as carefully as any
other kind."
1X5 IT NOW.
mm
FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1913
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
of
Mineral.
NOT NARCOTIC.
Jfrjvami /k&MWTlWt
Dmfjiia S/td"
JbtStnaa
In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
CASTQRIA
THC CCNTAUft COHMHT, NIW CIW.
U. S. DEPOSITORY
Also Depository for (iov. Postal Savings Bank Funds
First National Bank
FRANK E. SHEPHERD, Cashier.
A. J. ARNOT, Asst. Cashier.
BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA
Established in 1876
The ONE sure way to be independent is to BANK your money
when you make it and not "fool it away.
loan you money.
BE INDEPENDENT.
You will find that your friends are few when you ask them to
Let OUR Bank Be YOUR Bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Keep
uOOMQM-lAL
UJMBER
/Ae
FARM LANDS
LOANS MADE ON
4
Capital and Surplus $175,000.00
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