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Dysentery Entirely Relieved.
Mr. W. N. Casey, Leamington, III.,
writ es:
"In two weeks after beginning your
treatment 1 was well. 1 used nine bo*-
Try Tribun Want Columns,
CATARRH DESTROYED
MY APPETITE
PERUNA
W W A A W W W W A
Torpid Liver, Stomach Trouble.
Mr. James O'Byrne, 626 Madison St.,
Topeka, Kas., conductor Santo Fe Bail
way and member Order of Railway Con
ductors, writes:
"I suffered with a torpid liver and
stomach trouble, which made my com
plexion very sallow, and I felt misera
ble and tired all the time.
"An aunt wrote me that she was tak
ing Peruna with such good results that
she advised me to try it, and I finally
bought a bottle, although I disliked to
take patent medicines.
"However, 1 found Peruna very agree
able to take, and effective, as I felt bet
ter in a week. I took only five bottles
In all and I found that was all I needed.
"I am most grateful to you for what
your medicine has done for me."
Removed Catarrh, Restored Appetite.
Mr."Joseph H. Conlan, 4877th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
"I Buttered from catarrh which completely destroyed my appetite and
weakened my entire system.
"I am now cured and cheerful in spirits, all through the agency of Peru
na, which has cured me effectually and restored ray appetite.
"My only regret is that I did not use Peruna sooner and I would have
avoided all my previous suffering and misery."
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''Sunkist" oranges are so lusciously fresh,
juicy and delicious that you enjoy their medi
cinal qualities. Morning, noon and night is
orange eating time, A "Sunkist" orange or
two is delicious desert after each meal and at
the same time your ''spring fever" is vanish
ing under the general toning up process aided
by the orange juices.
rarely fails to restore th«
appetite. Immediately upon begin
ning the use of Pernna, patients begin
to eat and digest. This is the universal
testimony, coming from all parts of the
civilized world.
Oatarrh is a very frequent cause of
loss of appetite and disturbed digestion.
The beneficial influence of Peruna on
catarrh completely restores the appe
tite in such cases.
To prod the digestive organs with
medicines that are merely sUmulanta is
a poor way to remedy such cases.
"lam now cured and cheer
ful in spirits, all through the
agency of Peruna, which has
cured me effectually and restored
my appetite.
"My only regret is that I did
not use Peruna sooner and I
would have avoided all my pre
vious suffering and misery."
—Mr. "foseph H. Conlan.
ties of Peruna. My case was bowei
trouble or dysentery.
"I also tried Peruna for a cough, ac
cording todirections, and it exceeds any
cough syrnp I ever need.
"1 wish every one atllieted would «iva
Peruna a trial."
Pe-ru-na as a Tonic.
Capt. R. B. Smith, Greensboro, Ga.,
writes:
"After using several bottles of Pern
na I can recommend it as onoof the best
catarrh medicines on the market. As a
tonic it has no equal.
"Peruna is all that Is claimed for it."
Catarrh of Stomach.
Mr. Henry Neely, First Lieutenant,
Co. "F," 8ith Regiment, O. V. I., Box
623, Trenton Mo., writes: "1 suffered
for years with catarrh of the stomach.
Seeing an advertisement of Peruna, I
bought a bottle and every dose made me
feel better. Seven bottles completely
cured me."
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Tone up your system—it needs it. Your physician will tell you to eat oranges--lots of them
at this time of the year. This entire community—every man, woman and child—should partici
pate in this health celebration. Oranges are the trademark of good health. "Sunkist" is the
name of the choicest oranges in the world.
Remember the date. Because oranges are purveyors of good health we are going to make
Good Health Week the occasion for the greatest sale of oranges in history.
"Sunkist" Navel Oranges Are Seedless
"Sunkist" Lemons
posses the same hig-h
merits that a
made "Sunkist" or
a ges famous. They
are firm,full of snap
py lemon juice. They
too, are choicest of
all the lemons in the
5,000 groves of the
California
Growers' Exchange.
That is why thev
bear the "Sunkist"
wrapper.
CAPT. BAKER TALKS
AT PIERRE MEETING
Pierre S. D.. April 1.—Capt.
Isaac P. Baker of Bismarck at the
river meeting here made a strong
talk in which he expressed pleasure
in the fact that senate committee
had divided the appropriation for
the upper river improvement. He
took the position that by their mak
ing a Missouri river rate the rail
roads themselves acknowledge the
river as a rate regulator, even if the
navigation was not extensive, and
that with a comparatively small
amount expended on proper im
provement, the rate reduction
which must be made to meet the
river rates would ran into an im
mense saving to all the residents of
the northwest.
Captain Baker characterizes the
Federal government as the worst
enemy the Missouri river has at
present, by its method of misman
agement of the stream. It requires
a federal license for every man who
attempts to operate a boat on the
river, but allows a railroad to oper
ate its trains without any such at
tempt at Interference with Its en
gineers. He asked for revetment of
th banks of the stream to prevent
the filling of the channel with silt
and the pulling of a few snags which
obstruct the chaiwiel.
"ROSES ARE RED"
And Beautiful, Too. Northern Pa-,
ciflc Displays Them To View.
Fresh from the press in daintiest
dress comes a book that is pretty to
see. With paper and ink to make
the eyes blink, the rose is extolled
to a "tee." The N. P. has printed at
an outlay unstinted, a book of the
Portland Rose Show which will take
place right soon, in the fore part of
June, and the book makes one eag
er to go. If you wish one addressed
to you, send your request to the N.
P. headquarters today. It's a book
let to save, if the pretty you crave,
so write for one quick—don't delay.
SAVED A SOLDIER'S LIFE.
Facing death from shot and shell in
the civil war was more agreeable to
J. "A. Stone of Kemp, Tex., than fac
ing it from what doctors said was
consumption. "I contracted a stub
ibom cold," he writes, "that develop
ed a cough, that stuck to me in spite
of all remedies for years. My weight
ran down to 130 pounds. Then I be
gan to use Dr. King's New Discov
ery, which completely cured me. I
now weigh 178 pounds." For coughs,
colds, la grippe, asthma, hemorrhage,
hoarseness croup, whooping cough
and hmg trouble, its supreme. 50c,
$1.00. Trial bottles free. Guaran
teed by Finney's Drug Store.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1910.
GOO HEALTH WEEK!|
Make a Practice of Eating at Least Three Oranges a Day
They Are a Real Health Insurance
"SUNKIST" ORANGES AT SPECIAL PRICES
A Dealers Are Supplied
Good Health Week Sale Begins Monday, April 4
That "Sunkist" wrapper is the guaran
tee of the choicest oranges that California
produces. It is the voucher of thousands of
fruit farmers that "Sunkist" is absolutely the
best that careful cultivation can produce.
Get the Orange Habit
Here is the height of orange perfection. You never
tasted another orange like "Sunkist." Tree ripened,
seedless, thin-skinned, exquisitely rich in delicious
orange juices—those area few "Sunkist" orange quali
ties. All these are health aids and you should take
advantage of them. Get the Orange Habit and note
your improvement in health. You will put your stamp
of approval on Good Health weei and 'Sunkist"
oranges.
"Sunkist" Orangesfor Health
A Next Week
A00 WANTS TO CROSS
BERTHOLD RESERVE
Ryder, April 1.—Agent Hoffman,
In charge of the Fort Berthold In
dian reservation, is in receipt of
authoritative information from gov.
ernment officials to the effect that
the Soo railroad officials have asked
permission from the government to
construct a railroad from Ryder to
Elbowoods Elbowoods is situated
on the reservation which explains
why permission is needed from the
government. Elbowoods is situated
about 40 miles southeast of Ryder,
on the Missouri river, and the res
ervation officials are stationed there,
and it has always been the principal
town on the reservation. That this
line will be built this summer is a
certainty and will mean that Ryder
will become an important railroad
center for this section of the coun
try, as the line will no doubt be
operated as a branch from this place.
The new Itoie will tap a very rich
section of the country now known
as the Roseglen country, and will
be very welcome to the settlers of
that portion of the country, who
have been casting longing glances
at the Northern Pacific in years
past, but they will no doubt be bet
ter satisfied with this arrangement.
There promises to be a merry war
for the control of the trade from
this section between the Soo and
Great Northern railroads, and Ryder
will derive great benefits therefrom.
NEW PAMPHLET FOR HOME
SEEKERS.
The Northern Pacific has issued a
new publication entitled, "Home
seekers' Pamphlet No. 1," which
quotes the Homeseekers' fares to the
Northwest, giving full details with
regard to limits, stop.overs, etc., and
containing an excellent map of the
system, together with a brief digest
of the conditions as they exist from
the Homeseekers' standpoint in the
several states traversed, namely,
Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana,
Idaho, Washington and Oregon.
Copies of this pamphlet may be ob
tained upon application to A. M.
Cleland, General Passenger Agent,
Northern Pacific Railway, St. Paul.
NOTICE.
There will be meetings of the
Barbers' Board of Examiners of the
State of North Dakota, as follows:
Dickinson, April 12 Bismarck, 13th
Jamestown, 14th Valley City, 15th
Grand Forks, 21th-21st.
All barbers without license will be
asked to be present at one of the
aforesaid places.
A. iN. ECKLER, President.
ED. RICHARDSON, Secretary.
Dr. S. J. Hill has resigned as city
assessor at Fargo.
Tickets on Sale
DAILY
March 1st to April 15th, 1910
4M
PROPORTIONATE RATES FROM AIX SOO LINE STATIONS
S&" LOW ONE WAY
•FREEMUSIC'
W a want every out of town musician to
send their name and addr«88 to receive
our lists of new popular music and
standard publications. We are tbn
largest sheet, music dealers in the North
west, and our mail order depaitment is
prepared to fill all orders day received.
Look st Thoso Discounts
50 per cen on all Sheet Music except
importe
40 per cent on all Scliiru.er and Wood
Editions.
31 per cont on Litoll! and Peter? Editions.
An Cal«{
We will include a copy of
tbo latest Popular Music,
vocal or instrnmental, with your first
order.
Mail Order Department
W A
IS E. 6th St., St. Paul, Minn.
Rogers* Orange Spoon Free For
"Sunkist" Wrappers
Insist that your dealer gives you none but
"Sunkist" oranges and lemons—in "Sunkist" wrap
pers, 2 of these wrappers and six 2-cent stamps
to cover mailing, etc., entitles you to a handsome
Rogers' Orange Spoon Free.
The same number of stamps and wrappers for
each additional spoon. These spoons are Rogers
full standard plate. You can easily get a full table
set in a short time. Send wrappers and stamps to
Californi
a Frui Growers Exchange
34 CLARK STREET CHICAGO
THRU
$25
FROM TWIN CITIES
SOLID
VESTIBULE!
ELECTRIC
LIQHTEI
TRAMS and
TOURIST SLEEPERS
DULY DELUXE
SERVICE.
SETTLERS' RATES
ALBERTA," MANITOBA,
SASKATCHEWAN
March 15
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CHIIC}
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5, |2, 10(0.
INQUIRE OF
SOO LINE AGENT
OR WRITE
W. R. CALLAWAY, G. P. A., Minneapolis, Minn.
J. C. POND. A. G. P. A., CliicuBK. III.
H. M. LEH'IS, A. P. A., St. Paul, Minn.
FACIAL
Defects
QUICKLY
CORRECTED!
The chief surgeon of the Plastic
Surgery Institute quickly rights
all wrongs with the human face
or features without knife or pain
to the entire satisfaction and de
light of every patient. The work
is as lasting as life itself. If you
have a facial irregularity of any
kind write
Plastic Surgery Institute
Corner Sixth and Hennepin
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.
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