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Danderine
Grows hair and we,
can prove it
Hair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lus
trous and Beautiful Immediately
After a Danderine Hair Cleanse
Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and
.Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching
Scalp and Dandruff
A little Da«!erine now will immediately double
the beauty of your bail—No difference how dull,
faded, brittle "and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Danderine *td carefully draw it through your hair
taking one small strand at a time. 1 he effect is
immediate and amazing—your hair will be light,
fluffy and wavy and have an appearance of abun
dance av 'incomparable lustre, softness and luxu
riance, 'i'ne beauty and shimmer of true hair health.
Try as you will after an application of Danderine,
you carrot find a single trace of dandruff or a loose
or fair~.£ hair and your scalp will not itch, but
what wiil please you most will be after a few week's
use When you will actually see new hair, fine and.
downy at first-yes—but really new hair—sprouting
all over the scalp.
Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain
and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the
roots, invigorates and streugthens them. Its iife
producing properties cause the hair to grow abun
dantly long, strong ai:.i beautiful.
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowtootfs Danderine
from any drug store or toil, counter and prove to
•yourself tonight-now-tkit your hair is as pretty
.and soft as any—that it hasWn neglected or injured
by careless treatment—that's all—you surely can
have beautiful hair and lots of it, if you will just
try a little Danderine. Real surprise awaits you.
FARMER MISSING.
ARVILLA, Oct. 19—L. L. Stover, a
farmer residing near Arvilla, is miss
ing. He has been absent from hia
home about a week, leaving a wife
and five children and up to the prefl
tnt time it is understood that abso
lutely no information has been had
concerning his movements.
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MYSELF AMD THREE.
OTHERS SENT TO
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Look for this Sign on Leading Garages
BANKERS ORGANIZE.
M'JNTOSH, S. D., Oct. 19—The
bankers of Carson county met at Mc
intosh on Saturday afternoon and or
ganized the Carson County Bankers
association. All of the banks in the
county were represented.
Vegetables In Tudors' Time.
What did people eat before they had
the .potato .as a staple article of diet?
Apparently they had most of the vege
tables that we have now. Of London
«rs in the time of the Tudors. Sir Wal
ter Besant tells us that they ate let
tuce as a separate dish before the
meat, used turnip leaves as a salad
and roasted the turnip Itself In wood
ashes. Horseradish and carrots were
known to them, and capers were serv
ed boiled in oil or vinegar. Cucum
bers, radishes, parsnips and cabbages
also figured at the Tudor meal table,
lor which, by the way, they boiled
their oysters and spread their beef
-with honey. It would be fun in these
days to eat—or refuse—a Tudor meal.—
You cannot know what a good tire is
until yoa try a Michelin property inflated
IN STOCK BY
C. W. HENSLER Bismarck
YfS,MRSSHOWHOrP,
LET ME SEE WHAT
I WANT TO MOVE
MY FURNITURE AND
FAMILY OF FIFTEEN
Commissioners'
Proceedings
OCTOBER 2, 1911.
The Board of County Commissioners
met in regular session, those answering
roll will were, Korn, Patterson, Thomp
son and Vesperman.
l/pon motion the following bills were
lowed:
C. u. Kositzky, salary county
treasurer $166.66
•I' E. Flaherty, salary county
auditor
.1. K. Fort, salary register of
deeds 1«.66
Vigness, superintendent ot
schools
.1. McKenzie, salary county
judge
1 4 1
W. L. Smith, salary states attor
ne
I'liarles Fisher, salary clerk of
court
A. 10. J'reston, salary deputy aud
itor
Mary Bullock $7.03
Phil Kershman 7.00
Trip Harris 5.00
Jack Sunderland 6.00
Dora Wall 7.00
Jas. H. Cobb 7.00
Chas. Burtts 7.00
Julia Olson 7.00
Mrs. Schriber 7.00
Dray $6.75
Wood 4.50
Ice 5.10
Total 16.35
Hughes Electric Co., lights court
house and jail 81.92
J. P. Jackson, rent to poor, Mrs.
Adams 3.50
J. F. Fort, postage and box rent.. 29.45
Bismarck Stationery Co., supplies .50
Austin Logan, merchandise to
poor, Thomas McGee 117.00
N. O. Ramsted, salary, service
county physician 247.98
Theodore Koffel, attorney, by or
der of court 25.30
W. G. Crocker, printing, for C.
L. Vigness 1.50
L. W. McLean, merchandise to
poor as follows:
Owen Farley $10.00
Mrs. Adams 6.00
Mrs. Bullock 10.00
Trip Harris 6.00
Philip Kershman 15.00
Mrs. Fetch 15.00
Total 62.00
St. Alexius hospital, keeping Dan
McCall 13.53
St. Alexius hospital keeping poor:
Mrs. Peter Schrleber $14.00
Fred Pixley 30.00
Total 44.00
Miles & Koffel, attorneys, by or
der of court 25.00
Bismarck hospital, keeping poor,
Mrs. Bailey 39.00
George M. Register, attorney, by
order of the court 25.00
Cochran & Bradley, attorneys, by
order of the court 10.00
H. T. Murphy & Co., insurance on
court house 30.00
French & Welch Hardware Co.,
supplies 2.50
Frank Barnes, sheriff and deputy
fees 106.30
J. K. Williams, assistant county
surveyor 7.50
Palladium Publishing Co., pub
lishing commissioners' proceed
ings 57.14
McKenzie Gazette, publishing
commissioners' proceedings 57.14
Wachter Dray & Transfer Co.,
grading road as per contract.. 1200.00
I'Don motion adjournment was taken
to the 3rd at 9 o'clock a. m.
October 3rd, 1911.
The Board of County Commissioners
met pursuant to adjournment. On roll
call Commissioners Korn, Patterson and
Vesperman responded.
The following bills were then opened
for culverts and grading in township
140, range 80:
Thomas Fortune, for culvert, $493, and
grading 23 cents per cubic yard.
G. C. Wachter, grading, 20c per
cubic yard.
J. C. Sweet, grading, 19%c per cubic
yard.
N. P. Moore, for culvert, $605.
The following bills were then upon
motion allowed:
C. R. Kositzky, box rent, stamps
for April, May, June, July, Au
gust and September $ 90.71
Hoskins Stationery Co., station
ery and supplies 86.45
Palladium Publishing Co., print-
SUCH THINGS WILL HAPPEN.
YES MA'AM THAT'S
OUR. 6USINESS
BISMAECK DAILY TRIBUNE
116.66
75.00
75.00
.loHie Williams, salary deputy
treasurer
A. 1'. Anderson, salary deputy
register of deeds
N'ellie G. Evarts, salary deputy
superintendent of schools 0.83
F. 10. McCurdy, salary assistant
state's attorney 60.00
.McCulloch & Nelson, attorneys by
order of court 2a-JW
Hector McLean, road work 1W.JW
75.00
F. Carlson, janitor 1J.UJ
12. Johnson, juror in district
court
3 3 3 0
Willis .Bryan, .treasurer .Sibley
Iiutte township, road work ,wu.b
John Harold, services county sur
veyor 123.60
J. C. Pollock, witness states at
torney
2 1
N O. Hamstad, services board of
insanity 7-00
M. J. McKenzie, insanity board,
case of K. A. Cassidy 7.^5
F. Dullani, insanity board, case
of K. A. Cassidy 2.00
Mrs. Cas. Avery, subsistance—
poor JO. uo
Laura Christianson, subsistance.
15.00
Mrs-poo.rP. Lundberg, subsistance
—poor 10.OJ
S. 12. Uegister, clerk register of
deeds 65.00
Beatrice Made, clerk register of
deeds
5 0 0 0
(Catherine Boyle, clerk auditor's
office 65-«0
J. D. Wakeman, deputy clerk of
court 30.00
A. Robidou, rent to poor, as follows:
Total 63.00
C. L. Vigness, mileage for July,
August and September 97.30
G. L. Vigness, postage and box
rent and expense 1-50
Frank Barnes, sheriff's fees board
of insanity 75.00
Frank Barnes, transportation of
pauper 32.05
Frank Barnes, interest collected
on back taxes 7.23
Frank Barnes, boarding and
guarding 184.15
C. A. Burton, rent to poor, Mrs.
J. P. Lundberg 8.00
T. E. Flaherty, postage and box
rent 4.60
Wachter Dray & Transfer Co.—
I'LL SEND YOU OUR
LARGEST MOVING VAN
AND
THEN
CENTRAL
CROSSED
THE
WIRES
ing 2 5
Times Publishing Co., supplies ..
N. D. Ind. Tel. Co., tolls August
X. D. Ind. Tel'. Co., tolls May, 1910
N. D. Ind. Tel. Co., rent, Septem
ber
Bismarck Tribune Co., supplies..
Bismarck Tribune Co., publishing
I commissioners' proceedings
(Bismarck Tribune Co., supplies..
Soo hotel, board p«r, D. Butler
and wife
A. R. Wylie, feebleminded 90.00
The Worrel Manufacturing Co.,
supplies, court house 20.00
H. O. Simons, boarding and
guarding 23.7J
IH. O. Simons, boarding and
guarding
Bismarck Hardware Co., supplies
1
.1. L. Bell, witness and juror, just-
1
ice court
16G
-6b
Fargo Bridge & Iron Co., bridge..
Washburn Lignite Coaf Co., coal
court house and jail
Washburn Lignite Coal Co., coal
for poor, Peter Kershman
Harry Hedstrom, deputy superin
tendent highways
Fred Hedstrom, road work
Robert Pollock, road work
John Bostrom, road work
John Hanks, road work
Adjournment was then taken
o'clock.
Afternoon Session.
Those answering roll were Commission
ers Korn, Patterson and Vesperman.
Upon motion the auditor was instructed
to draw a warrant in the sum of S3!)0.i6,
payable to the treasurer of Siotey Butte
township for road work done o-i town
ship line. On roll call all commissioners
present voted aye thereupon the motion
was declared carried by the chairman.
Adjournment was then taken to the
4th.
October 4th, 1911.
The Board of County Commissioners
met pursuant to adjournment. Upon roll
call Commissioners Korn, Patterson and
Vesperman responded.
Upon motion the following bill
allowed:/
Julius C. Oleson, road work
Henry Inget, road work
F. O. Bailey, road work
George Ulrich, road work
L. Skeels, road work
John Juhalal, road work
Ole Oleson, road work
Alic. A. Taix, road work
John Holta, road work
I. F. Lytle, road work
Alex. Soder, road work
Alex. Soder, road work
John E. Ecklund, superintendent
of highways, August and Sep
tember
John E. Ecklund, livery an3 post
age, as superintendent of high
ways „.
Walfried Trygg, road work 31.7&
Walfried Trygg, deputy superiM
tendent of highways 40 .o
George Gable, road work
John Gable, Sr., road work 34.00
Henry Miller, road work F.«»J|
August Trygg, road work ^.«u
John Gable, Jr., road work 14.00
Henry Gable, road work (assigned
to A. Trygg)... W-00
Frank Trygg, road work 13.00
C. R. Kositzky, assigned court
court certificates:
Frank Barnes $48.00
Frank Barnes 2.00
Total
Thos Egan, keeping poor, George
Lewis
C. H. Oleson, witness district
court
H. W. Ude, juror district court..
Wm. Connor, witness district
court
George V. Cunningham, juror dis
trict court
$ 47.00
35.00
16.00
11.50
'.). 00
2.00
2.00
30 00
16.00
10.(JO
41.50
72 00
26 60
50.00
18.00
2.10
7.50
2.10
30.20
A recess was then taken until after
noon.
Afternoon Session,
Those answering roll call were Conr*
missioners Korn, Patterson and Vesper
man.
It was moved by Commissioner Korn
and seconded by Commissioner Vesper
man that the petition ot the supervis
ors of Hay Creek township be granted,
and the auditor is hereby instructed to
draw a warrant payable to the township
treasurer for the amount of road money
collected for saia township on 1910 taxes
less amount already expended on roads
in said township. On roll call all com
missioners present voted aye thereupon
the chairman declared the motion car
ried.
Commissioner Vesperman moved that
contract for culverts be awarded to
Fortune for $493 and contract for grad
ing at 19% cents per cubic yard between
sections 4 and 5, township 140, range 80,
and that contractor furnish certified
check in the amount of Ave hundred dol
lars ($500), which was seconded by Com
missioner Korn. On roll call all commis
sioners voted aye thereupon the motion
was declared carried by the chairman.
Adjournment was then taken to the
5th of October.
October 5th, 1911.
The Board of County Commissioners
met pursuant to adjournment. Upon roll
call Commissioners Korn, Patterson and
Vesperman responded.
The following bills were upon motion
allowed:
Bismarck Bank, assigned witness
and jurors' sertiflcates $ 6.20
C. R. Kositzky, assigned bailiff
certificates:
C. E. Barnes $20.00
T. J. Woodmansee 23.00
Total 40.00
C. R. Kositzky, assigned witness
certificates:
Lorenzo Merry $18.10
C. E. Barnes 4.00
Total 22.10
C. R. Kositzky, assigned jurors'
certificates:
B. E. Jones 30.10
Wm. Harding 27.00
W. H. Mowder 24.80
A. S. Wilkinson 49.20
C. B. Wilmot 28.80
John Berger 37.10
Wm. F. Harding 5.50
J. A. Henderson 18.50
John AVelch 12.00
Total 234.00
T. C. Madden, court reporter, as
signed First National Bank 10.00
T. C. Madden, court reporter, as
signed First National Bank 130.00
First National Bank, assigned
witness certificates:
Phil Milsted $ 4.10
Joe Derringer 4.03
Joe Derringer 6.00
Mike Wlesgarber 12.10
A. G. Moody 14.50
A. F. McDonald 6.10
A. F. McDonald 8.10
Total 54.90
First National Bank, assigned
jurors' certificates:
John Flannagan $18.00
G. F. McPherson 30.10
Walter Thistlewait 33.10
Fred W. Stone 33.60
Otto Brown 15.00
Otto Brown 18.20
W. H. Edson 35.80
J. L. Baker 36.30
Robert O'Brien 35.00
R. L. Best 30.10
C. P. Strom 33.50
J. W. Serres 30.10
Total 345.80
First National Bank, assigned
bailiff certificates:
Carl Ellison $22.00
Wm. Cook 24.00
Total 46.00
City National Bank, assigned wit
ness certificates:
Joe Derringer $ 8.10
Thos. Swanson 4.00
C. B. Frisby .. .* 14.50
Wm. Millet ....* 18.10
Richie Wilson 4.10
Total 48.80
City National Bank, assigned jur
ors' certificates:
A. H. Knolton $37.50
Thos. Homer 32.20
Chas. Flnbrook 33.40
L. A. arson 31.50
Louis A. Benser 30.10
Carl Bredy 30.10
Nils Quale 36.30
J. A. Henderson 18.00
Peter Clooten 9.10
John Flannagan 16.10
Elmer Brown 9.10
Total 283.40
A. W. Lucas Co., supplies 1.00
Herbert A. Anderson, unloading
culverts 10.00
C. Madden, court reporter 70.00
Report of J. E. Perry, justice of peace,
received and allowed as follows:
J. E. Perry, justice fees $ 12.35
Chris Martinson, witness fees 2.10
Report of Martin Windmlll'er:
Fees, justice of the peace 5.45
Gust Gordon, fees, appraiser 2.50
Aug. Peterson, fees, appraiser 2.50
Christ L. Diedle, fees, appraiser.. 2.70
Report of C. H. Oleson, justice of the
peace:
C. H. Olespn, fees, justice of the
peace $20.00
Wm. Gunning, fees, witness jus
tice court 2.10
Wm. Brown, fees, witness justice
court 2.10
A. F. McDonald, fees, witness jus
tice court 2.10
J. H. Johnson, fees, witness jus
tice court ...• 2.10
Fred Haverlick, fees, witness jus
tice court .' 2.10
E. F. Burkhart, fees, witness jus
tice court 2.10
G. B. Gates, juror justice court.. 1.10
W. D. Mandigo, juror justice
court l.io
G. F. McPherson, Juror justice
court 1.10
I. P. Cassiday, juror justice court 1.10
F. E. Young, juror justice court.. 1.10
R. G. Batty, juror Justice "court.. 1.10
Brooks Hoskins, juror justice
court l.io
Walter Knott, juror justice court, 1.10
Chas. Glatt, Juror justice court.. 1.10
Henry Halverson, juror justice
court .10
Report of S. Casselman, justice of
peace:
W. S. Casselman, fees, justice
of peace 43.95
Limar Gunning, witness justice
court 5.00
Limar Gunning, witness justice
court 3.00
Limar Gunning, witness justice
court 5.00
Elmer Brown, juror justice court 4.20
John Cowan, juror justice court 1.10
Chris Hensler, juror justice court 1.10
C. W. Nichols, Juror justice court 1.10
John Larson, juror justice court 1.10
A. W. Lucas, juror justice court 1.10
B. E. Jones, juror justice court 1.10
R. L. Best, juror justice court 1.10
Frank Reed, juror justice court 1.10
Frank Feeny, juror justice court 1.10
Thos. Cayou, juror justice court 1.10
John Cochran, juror justice court 1.10
F. L. Schuman, Juror justice
court 1.10
I CAN LET YOU HAVE
ANEW FIVE SEATEO
FRENCH LIMOUSINE,
WHAT oo
THINK I WANT TO
TAKE A MONTHTOMOVE
John Hentgen, jurdr justice Court 1.10
John French, Juror justice court 1.10
L. K. Thompson, juror justice
court 1 10
Lenard Bell, juror justice court.. 1.10
Walter Loomas, juror justice
court 1.10
S. 13. Bergeson, juror justice
court 1-10
S. S. Clifford, juror justice court 1.10
Marry Wilton, juror justice court 1.10
Fred Ode, juror justice court.. 1.10
Guy Smith, witness justice flfturt 7.20
Merrill White, witness justice
court 7.60
Herman Brocopp, witness Justice
court ».w
Report of C. H. Oleson, justice of
peace:
C. H. Oleson, fees, justice of
peace $ 6o. 5.)
Wilbur Roher. witness justice
court 2.10
A. F. McDonald, witness justice
court
2 1
Jack Lyons, witness justice court 2.10
Lizzie Gregor, witness justice
court 2.10
Gatherine Tully, witness justice
court 2.10
A. F. McDonald, witness justice
court 2.10
W. L. Ashwlll, witness justice
court 2.10
Jas. Haney, juror Justice court.. 1.10
Fred Glltschka, juror justice
court 1.10
Chas. Glatt, juror justice court 1.10
Frank Feeny, Juror justice court 1.10
A. Eppinger, juror justice court 1.10
C. W. Nichols,'juror justice court 1.10
Gus. Selvig, juror justice court 1.10
E. L. Peck, juror justice court.. 1.10
John Graham, juror justice court 1.10
John Peterson, juror justice court 1.10
Geo. Adams, juror justice court.. 1.10
L. E. Smith, juror Justice court 1.10
A. F. McDonald, witness justice
court 2.10
A. Wall was appointed appraiser of
estray stock taken up by J. A. Field.
John Oleson was appointed appraiser
of estray stock held by G. H. Berg.
The application of F. G. Englhard for
abbatment of his assessment In Menoken
township was upon motion granted, he
having made affidavit that he had only
one traction engine and was assessed
for two.
The application of H. A. Kauffman was
on motion granted for cancellation to
assessment on one automobile, he having
made affidavit that he did not receive
said property until after April 28th, 1910,
and was not taxable for that year.
Upon motion adjournment was taken
to the 9th.
October 9th, 1911.
There being no quorum present, ad-
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1911.
Journment was taken to October 11th,
1911.
October 11th, 1911.
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. On roll call Commissioners Pat
terson, Thompson and Vesperman re
sponded. The minutes of September 4tn,
(Continued on Page Seven.)
A Little Sage and Sulphur
Makes Gray Hair Vanish—A
•Remedy for All HairTroubles
Who does not know the value of sage
and sulphur for keeping the hair dark,
soft, glossy and in good condition? As a
matter of fact, sulphur is a natural ele
ment of hair, and a deficiency of it in
the hair is held by many scalp special
ists to be connected with loss of color
and vitality of the hair. Unquestion
ably, there is no better remedy for
hair and scalp ^troubles, especially pre
mature grayness, than sage and sul
phur, if properly prepared. The Wyeth
Chemical Company of New York put
up an ideal remedy of this kind, called
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem
edy, and authorize druggists to sell it
under guarantee that the money will be
refunded if it fails to do exactly as rep
resented.
If you have dandruff, or if your hair
is thin or turning gray, get a bottle of
this remedy from your druggist to-day,
and see what it will do for you.
This preparation is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle, and is
recommended and sold by all druggists.
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