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BRAODOCK FARMER WILL TRY NEW SEED Braddock News: N. P. B. Nelson one of the enterprising farmers liv ing north of Braddock, this week received a quantity of "Yaroplav" or beardless speltz seed from the Dickinson experiment tarm and also a quantity of "velvet chaff" seed wheat from Bdgeley. The new speltz has a large, plump kernel, yields from two to six bushels per acre more than the other varieties and ripens about two weeks earlier. As near as we can learn, "velvet chaff" wheat akin to blue.stem as the latter was introduced Into the hard wheat belt twenty years ago. It takes a position between the hard and durum varieties, yielding close to durum and grading close to hard. Mr. Nelson's experiments will be watched with interest by all. STALLION FOR SALE. I have a Percheron Stallion for sale, weight 1,600 pounds color, dap ple gray. Will sell cheap. Address Carl Eliason, Bismarck, N. D. Women's & Misses' Coats All of our coats are 54 inch lengths beautifully tailored and finished. New style coats, made from coatings in fancy Dingvants, Coverts and fancy weaves. Prices $12.50 and $15.00 New covert cloth coats, this materi al is always in style, these come in 54. inch lengths in tan and tan invisible stripes, has coat sleeves, taistely tail ored and trimmed with buttons. Prices ranging MP-AND.W5G ULCERATION OF SHEEP. The disease known as lip-and-leg ulceration of sheep, which has pre vailed in Wyoming and other West.' ern states to such an extent as toj cause the secretary of agriculture to place a federal quarantine on sheep from certain counties in Wyoming, is the subject of a publication Just issued by the department of agricul ture. In this publication Dr. A. D.juries Melvin, chief of the bureau of ani mal industry, describes the work of his bureau for the suppression of this disease, and Dr. John R. Moh. ler, chief of the patholigical division of the bureau, describes the nature and cause of the disease and pre scribes treatment. The investigations of the bureau of animal industry as well as those made by other authorities in this and other countries show that lip. and-leg ulceration is contagions and is one of the various manifestations of a disease which has been given the general designation of necro. baclllosls and which affects various species of animals. The disease in sheep as foundtothe western states varies all the way from a mild sore mouth which often heals without I treatment, to a serious and virulent ulceration of the lips and legs and: $12.50 $15.00 $17.50 $20.00 Women's Spring Coats 5 4 in- lengths, tastily tailored and trimmed, made from fancy cheviots and tweeds a bargain at $12.50, special price $9.50 other parte of the body, which in aggravated cases is sometimes prac tically incurable. All the various forms of the disease, however, are due to the same germ, which is known as Bacillus necrophorus. Many sheepman have been inclined to doubt the contagious character of the affection known as sore mouth in lambs, claiming that the lesions were simply the result of in caused by eating frosted grass, coarse forage, etc. But even in cases of this kind Dr. Mohler has shown by his investigations that the wounds readily become infected with the germs in regions where the infection exists, and that mild cas es are liable to develop into a more serious form. The disease may not only spread among sheep and go from the mild to the virulent form, but is also eas ily communicable to pigs calves and other animals. Cases are. cited where calves have become infected by being placed in a corral where sheep with lip-and-leg ulceration have been, and also where sheep have contracted the disease by being placed on a farm where necrotic stomatitis had occurred in hogs. The department considers it im portant for the welfare of the live stock Industry that the disease BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1910. should be suppressed and believes that the place to suppress It is on the range. It is recommended that all diseased or recently exposed sheep, including even the so.called sore mouth lambs be held back, and that only those animals which are unquestionably healthy be ship ped to market. Th bureau of animal industry, department of agriculture', Wash, ington, D. C. would like to be in formed of the occurrence of lip. and-leg ulceration among sheep, and will send to any applicant free on request a copy of the publication re ferred to (Circular 180) prescribing In detail methods of treatment. Candidates should purchase their petition blanks at the Tribune. We have the approved form. There is a general revival of base ball interest through the state. futssttttrrrx I Women's & Misses' Suits Women's and Misses tailored suits made from fine all wool fancy serges, vigoneaur serge, in all the staple shades and light colorings and cream Jackets are 32 and 34 inches long, semi fitting. The skirts are nine gore cut in the new styles with large box plaits. Prices ranging $20.00 $25 $27.50 Women's and Misses' Easter suits strictly man tailored made from this seasons newest materials in all the leading colorings. Jackets 34 to 36 inches in length, seven-eights fitted back, taistely trimmed and tailored satin lined. Skirts are 5tut in the newest 9 and 13 gore style with in verted box plaits. Prices ranging $25.00 $27.50-$30.00 -$35.00 A W LUCA S COMPANY BISMARCK ELECTRie C©. FEED AND POULTRY SUPPLIES Ground Feed, fl.M per 100 fbs f26 per ton. Ground Corn, $1.70 per 100 lbs. Whole Shelled Corn, $1.50 per 100 lbs. Oil Meal, $3 per 100 lbs. Wheat Screenings, $1.40 per 100 lbs. Mixed Poultry Pood, $1.60 per 100 bs. Chick Food, 2 cent* per lb. Bftby Chick Food, 2% cents per lb. Crushed Shells. $1 per 100 lbs. (Mica Crystal Grits, $1.60 per 100 lbs. Charcoal, 4 cents per lib. $3.50 per 100 lbs. Buckeye Incubator prices on appli cation. OSCAR H. WILL A CO. Candidates should purchase their petition blanks at the Tribune. We have the approved form. l. J. MMMH r. J. MMMN, HaMgtr T. J. I MW«WMWW««*«««««»«» Cleotrloal W in a SupplieS 4 I S A N D. wjfWfffffrrr ,««#»«««««««»tt««»»»»*w««*»*»' OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES READY-TO WEAR APPAREL For the past weeks we have been receiving the latest styles in Suits, Dresses, Gowns, Coats and Jackets, priced within the reach of all. Nothing but dependable goods are shown here. IOs Third Street Silk and Wool Dresses You will find all of our dresses are made with as great care as ever tailored suits are. We show these in the semi-princess and blouse effects made from fine all wool French serges, Panamas, Voiles, Batistes, in all the new colorings as rose, Copeuhagens, tans, grays, teseda, artichoke green, navy brown and black. Prices ranging from $12.50, $15.00/ $17.50 ^d up. We show a large assortment of Childrens Coats and Capes, prices ranging from $2.50 to $7.50 CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Thi KM YM HIYI Bears the Signature of AlwaysBNght SOUR STOMACH "luted Caecarets and feci like a new man. I have been a sufferer from dys pepsia and soar stomach for thetasktwo yean-1 I have been taking medicine and other drugs, but could find no relief only for a short time. I will recommend Cescaiets to my friends as the onlything for indigestion and sour stomach, and to keep, the bowels in good condition. They are very nice to eat." Barry Stnckley, Mauch Chunk, Pa. Pleasant Palatable, Potent TaataOood. Do Good. Never Sicken. WeakenorGripe. Me. aSe, 50c. Never told In bulk. The sjatt «Jae tablet stamped CCC. Guarantee«Uq sere or your money baas. 9m TO CURfc A COLO IN ONE DAY. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure!, E. W. GROVE'S sig nature is on each box. 25c.