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Twc I PARALYTIC RUN DOWN BV TEAM RUGBY. X. D., Nov. 3—Though he is 71 years old and had previously suf fered from three paralytic strokes, it is probable that Peter Eizenzim mer will recover from injuries which be received in a runaway in this city when he sustained a broken leg, tensive bruises about the chest internal injuries. HOLD OFFICE FOUR YEARS BOWB'ELLS, N. D., Nov. 3—Under a ruling which has been handed down by Attorney General Miller, the county commissioners of Burke county will hold office for a period of four years. The board was elected last fall, Burke being one of the new counties the state, and in the electoin no provision of the several officials. It had practically been decided by the board of county commissioners that they would draw cuts to see which of them would hold the four year period, the attorney general's ruling, however, makes the drawing was made as to the legnth of the terms of cuts unnecessary and the four com missioners will hold until January 1, 1915. Fine, large, ripened in earth kind Each 10c By mail, extra 4c Plant now for Christmas bloom HoslkDns' Floral ©o. Bismarck, N. 0. ILtC AND ORE A Rich, fresh Milk and Cream delivered daily. You will like our service. PHONE 454L SUNNY CREST DAIRY Q. H, MILLER, Prop, BISMARCK, N. D. LIGNITE COA I you want the Best order from QUALITY THE BEST SERVICE PROMPT... NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST MORMON MISSIONARIES PLAN ACTIVE CAMPAIGN JAMESTOWN, N. D„ Nov. 3—For the first time in this state an assem bly of all the missionaries of the Mor mon church in North and South Dako ta, will be held in this city Friday. Recently a number of additional mis sionaries have been sent into these two states, and it is expected the at- ,Davidson was oiling this his gloves and tendance at this convention will be reasonably large. John 1. Homes, of Denver, Col., -president of the missions of the west ern states, will be the principal speak er and a systematical crusade of evan gelising the two states will be plan ned. JAMESTOWN WINS FROM VALLEY CITY JAMESTOWN. Nov. 3.—Monday afternoon, on the local field, James town college defeated the Valley City normal 6 to 0 in thair annual con test. The game was cleanly played, hard fought, the score being a fair comparison of the relative strength of the teams. The winning run was made by the nsphew of the college president, Heibert Kroeze, the speedy left tackle, taking the ball far out, receiving a forward pass and carry ing it with remarkably speed to the I goal. Sohiess kicked goal and thej score in the second quarter stood, 6 to 0. Valley City started with a rush, but at no time could secure the ball near er than five yards. Th-3 major part of the game was played near the conrj ter of the field and many spectacular plays were made. This makes fourj victories for the Jamestown team so, so far this season, winning ever.y game, if the disputed game with the Ellendale Normal Industrial school be conceded to the college. The points sint for the season are 47 to the college: against only 12 scored .by the oppos-1 ing teams. Three of the games left no score to the opponents. This puts Jamestown college in yie J*r cham pionship and a number of the play ers deserve places on the all-state team. Kroez-a. Schiess, Wing, Erick son, Wallin, Lingren, Gross, Dickin son, Graham, Mitchell. Ross and An derson were in the line up with the Valley City Normal. BONDSMEN QUIT NAPOLEON, N. D., Nov. 3—Be cause his bondsmen refused to act in that capacity any longer, Ferdinand Stephen is in the county jail. Stephen was arrested last spring on a charge of grand larceny, the specific offense charged against him being the theft of a cow. BE RIGHT ALWAYS Buy at Gussners. Special soap sale now on. CAYOU" The Commission Man HOME BREAD—-HOME BREAD Is the 'Bread of the Toton 12 big loaves for$ W also have a full line of pastries. You can get anything you want in the way of PIES, CAKES, COOKIES and DOUGHNUTS You don't know the best until you try HUGHES BROTHERS BAKERY Phone 546 Fifth Street J! Phone 388 HAND CRUSHED IN THRESHER VASHTI. N. D., Nov. 3—A serious and painful accident which caused, the loss of three fingers of the left hand, happened to W. W. Davidson, while threshing. One of the boxes was be coming overheated and while Mr. caught in a cog, pulling his hand in 'with it. The index, second and third fingers were crushed. 100 CIVIL CASES MAY BE HEARD DEVILS LAKE, N. D., Nov. 3— When the term of court opens in Devils Lake on Nov. 13 it is expected that the numbeV of civil cases on the calendar will number over a hundred, The cases on the calendar now num ber over eighty and the attorneys have until Nov. 4 to file cases. The criminal calendar is made up of 18 cases. FIEND TRIES TO BURN FARM HOME MORT, Nov. 3.—A. C. Vorous, mem ber of the local school board, has had his troubles this week. He was in formed by Mr. Thompson, his farm '"enter, that an attempt had been made 0 is residence on th« a a a a 3 yorous moved his family in to a a or st0 rage of grain—there being, at pres- ent, something like 700 bushels stored in the building. The dastardly fiend prepared con siflerale kindling at one corner of the ihouse, set fire to it and disap peared. For some reason, and luck ily, too, the incipient blaze did not fire the building. Mr. Thompson, who is now moving into the house, discov ered the charred portion of the build ing while moving about the premises. MAY OPPOSE FISK WILL1STON, N. D., Nov. 3—Judge Frank Fisk of the district court may have opposition for re-election in the person of H. W. Braatlein of this city, who is said to be a probable candi date. He is the state's attorney of Williams county at the present time. GASCARETS FOR A SICK, SOUR STOMACH and Regulate Your Stomach, Liver and Bowels, While you Sleep. That awful sourness, belching of acid and foul gaseso that pain in the pit of the stomach, the heartburn, ner vousness, nausea, bloating after eat ing, feeling of fullness, dizziness and sick headache, means indigestion a disordered stomach which cannot be regulated until you remove the cause, stomach is as good as any. It isn't your stomach's fault, your Try Cascarets they cure indiges tion, because they immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, re move the sour, undigested and fer menting food and foul gases take the excess from the liver and carry off the decomposed waste matter and Then your stomach trouble is ended forever. A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning—a ten cent box from any drug store will poison from the intestines and bowels keep your entire family feeling good for months. Don't forget the children —their little insides need a good, gentle cleansing, too. Satisfaction in every thread and the buttons, too—Munsing underwear. Are You Eating It or Missing It? ^SaaT. U*«w Sis *i "ft HOME GENUINE WITHOUT THIS SIGNATURE yflS*A\$ iSCysiv**' vTtf^ ft«ii£?«?ssa':iy». aw«tti«aiMiJ«awM«ftd^^ BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE 1 News of the State Fessenden is to have a green house. Milch pay. cow farming is bound to Courtenay bank. has a postal savings North Dakota lazy person. is no place for a The saf-3 in the flour mill at Wishek was robbed. Several n-sw roads, are wanted in Kidder county. The apparel of women oft proclaims the man. Bowbell's waterworks about completed. Mott will have and reading room. A local weather bureau established at Fessenden. White Earth ha3 a ganized fire company system is a public library There were three weddings in one week at Hankinson. —. .— The Cando band boys have fitted up a nice suite of club rooms. has been newly organ- The Glen Ullin jail has equipped with n-aw steel cells. been Fraternal organizations have be gun their fall work in earnest. _:— The new bell of the Catholic, church at Crystal was blessed. Park River's first market day proved to be a splendid success. Many new "olumes were purchased for the Park River public library, It is said that some of the eleva tors of the state are grading their grain too high. A new cylinder press has been in stalled in the office of the Dazey Commercial. Editor Wood of* the Steele Ozone objects to the use of scare heads by weekly papers. At Granum a farmer raised a crop of timothy which he marketed for $1500. The women folks graced the boun. tiful banquet given by the Mott boosters. J. W. Moorhead of Belfield died suddenly in a hospital at Livingston, Montana. McLean county farmers seem to have acquired, ttye bad habit of los ing their money. The long talked of rest room for farmers' wives visiting Hettinger has become a reality. Rev. Floyd E". Eastman, Sheldon's first native born preacher, has ac cepted the pastorate at Jud. Sheep farming has been practiced since the earliest times and is one of the most profitable branches of the live stock industry. Gently, but Thoroughly Cleanse] There was genuine regret in many sections of the state over the sudden death of Dr. Halldorsson of Park River. An ancient tombstone which has been at Sheldon far years, has aroused considerable speculation as to its origin. A mail pouch was stolen fhom the Soo platform at Hankinson and pos tal inspector, are working on the case. A man who beat a board bill at Walhalla had to spend thirty addi tional days as the guest of the sher iff. In accordance with an official or der all Santa Claus letters this year will be sent .by the various postmas ters to the dead letter office. Mercer County people are having some trouble with school affairs ow in~ to the difficulty of securing school ma'ams. One touch of winter makes the whole world kin—in the mad scram ble to lay in that forgotten supply of coal. The poultry plant on the average farm is usually the poorest equipped and poorest danned department on it. IN THE PUBLIC EYE. Fairly Steeped in Literature. Jrjl jjfl iflllii' Bg3fl8 r|x| III! jj-ia flul^Tj'rc It=l59l [Th Innocent Bystander A W that General Madero, who elected himself President of Mexico, wants to call on Mr. Taft and learn the busi ness," remarked the Regular Fellow. "What business a adlng?" asked the Innocec Bystander, I A "Sliver" running in a New York taper and credited to the Chicago Record-Herald lias led Editor Stick ley of Kenmare to wonder whether some of his "Slivers" went astray, or whether he has an imitator. Gives Color, Lustre to Faded and Gray Hair—Dandruff Quickly Removed. From time immemorial, snge and sul phur havi* bei'ii used for tin? hair and -c i!|. Almost everyone knows of the .iluc of such a combination for d.ukeii :,:,' tlie hair, for curinx dandruff and 1 ".-'Ming hair, and for making the hair ',TOW. I olden tinifs the only way to get a '••!«i- tonic of this sort was to brew it in h" homo fin-place, a method which was •I'lMosonie and not always satisfactory. Nowadays almost every up-to-date drug can supply his patrons with a ready i.i-ii-e pro.lii't. skillfully compounded in '. rfictly equipped laboratories. The Wyeiii Chemical Company of New York put up an ideal remedy of this sort, .villed W.v.tirs Sag" and Sulphur Hair n.idy. and authorize druggists to sell under guarantee that the money will :.• refunded if it fails to do exactly as represented. If you have dandruff, or if your hair turning gray or coming out, don't I'-lay, but get a bottle of this remedy to-day, and see what a few days' treat ment will do for you. This preparation is offered to the pnldic at fifty cents a l»ottle, and is recommended and sold by all druggist*. Cowan's Drug Store, Bismarck, N. D. cently. "Oh, I see! the job of being Presi dent! Ho! Hum! Well, far be It from me to add my little pile-driver to the chorus, but unless General Madero Is good at flipping trains he'll have his own troubles getting an audience with our revered Pres. "Of course, It's non« of your business, and the idea et cooping a President up In Washington, IX C, Is a bit provincial and antique when he can be so much more of an all round President by being nil 'round, and some would .s soon have the govern-!soft cap, a suitcase, a Hat-topped knee for ment directed from a private car as from holding the cand butcher's stock, and horseback—BUT! then he should practice undressing in an "If General Madero can't get in touch upper berth. This can be rehearsed by I'll wise him up gratis and without price,'sitting on a shflf and balancing while re to say nothing of free and nothing, moving a tisht collar and a pair of shoes. To be a good President he should get. "He should attend film shows, to get first a mileage look, a railroad guide, a I used to scenery shooting past constantly. 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