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HAI AL CAM E OU And Baby's Face Broke Out in Red Bumps. Spread on Hands and Arms. Got Worse All the Time. 1 Mother Says, "I Don't Think Any thing Else Would Have Cured Him Except Cuticura." "When my first baby was six months old he broke out on liU head with little bumps. They would dry up and leave a scale. The it would break out a a in and it spread all over his head. All the hair came out and his head was scaly all over. Then tu.ee broke out all over In red bumps and it kept spread ing until it was on his hands and arms. I bought several boxes of ointment, gave him blood medicine, and had two doctors to treat him, but he got worse all the time. Ho had it about six months when a friend told me about Cuticura. I sent and got a bottla of Cuticura Resolvent, a cake of Cuticura Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment. In three days after using them he began to improve. He began to take long naps and to stop scratching his head. After taking two bottles of Resolvent, two boxes of Oint ment and three cakes of Soap he was sound and well, and never had any breaking out of anv kind. His hair came out in little curls all" over his head. 1 don't think anything else would have cured him except Cuticura. "I have bought Cuticura Ointment and Soap several times since to use for cuts and sores and have never known them to fail to cure what I put them on. Cuticura Soap Is the best that I have ever used for toilet purposes." (Signed) Mrs. F. E. Harmon, R. F. D. 2. Atoka, Tenn., Sept. 10, 1910. Cuticura f!oap and Ointment sold through out tlio wurld. Si-mi lo l'ott.-r Drug* Clii-m. Corp., D'pl. H'.M, linstoii, for a lilM-ral sample of each, post-live, vvith3-'-p. book ou the skin. AL FATHERWAS ARRESTEUND FINED NiAJPOIiEOX, Apiil 9—State Hu mane Officer Blake of Jamestown has been here and caused the arrest of Adam Gerlber for mistreatment of his ten-year-old son Theodore. Gerber was brought in and fined $10 and costs, amounting in all to something over $26.00. The little boy was taken by T. K. iMork, president of the local Humane society, to Mandan, to the reform school for safe keeping until further disposition may be had with the child. Getfber is the father of twelve children from his first mar riage. It is said that tae food upon which the children have subsisted during the past winter has 'been a mixture of wheat, barley and other grains, crudely ground and cooked up together, while the parents dine at a separate table and enjoy ordin ary fare. A Clean Brain and healthy body are essential for success. Business men, teachers, students, housewives and other workers say Hood's sar saparilla giver them appetite and strength, and makes their work seem easy. It overcomes that tired feel ing. Atlantic One a half Blocksfrom Depot 116 Fifth Street Best of Good Things to Eat Chinese Dishes of all Kinds Special Dishes to Order C. S. TUCK, Proprietor BIGGEST O MISSOURI SINCE I 'M 'SI Power of River Is Shown by Ice Gorge Between Yankton and Vermillion PIERRE, S. D., April 8—Not before since the historic flood of 1881 hasWhile (the Missuri river been so obstreper ous as during the past week. There is a stretch of the river between Yankton and Vermilion which seems to be peculiarly susceptible to ice gorges, at least four such gorges, and the only ones in the Dakota region, having formed there within historic times. The reason of it has not been explained. On one side of the stream there are high bluffs, but upon the other a low flat country, and there does pot appear to be anything in the conform ation to cause the damming of the great stream by the floating ice. The gorge this year was moderate com pared with some former ones, being built up only to about forty.five feet above the level. That of lo«l stacked up to a'height of ninety feet. hundreds of miles of ice from u.p the river were being carried by the great flood and delivered upon the barrier. A unique feature was that, as the water rose the ice was piled in great levee along the banks °f the stream and in a general way preserved the entire region from a disastrous inun dation. Before Yankton this ice levee was more than twenty feet high and only for it more than half the city would have been washed away. Eight teen steamboats lying on the Yankr ton ways .were broken up and piled in a hopeless heap of junk. Some of them were carried several miles in. land In modern days dynamite is applied to a forming gorge and the worst features eliminated. FIRST PRAIRIE FIRE IN KIDDER COUNTY SITEBLE, April 9.—A fire was seen southeast oif town heading toward the railroad near the Carroll farm, and a number of citizens got into rigs and started for the place. H. ,M. Smith telephoned in that help would be needed. The farm was untenanted and Mr. Smith lives nearest on the north side of the track. There was a big smoke albout dinner time and shortly after, ibut there is a low place south and east of the house and prompt aid saved the building. The fire started from a straw stack on the John Lippert place, the former D. B. Miller farm, the children hav ing fired the straw stack while their lather was away at Steele. The old farm was right in the track of the fire, but the occupant, H. I. Schnautz, got busy and with help saved the build ings, though much of the range was burned over. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY lake LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggis' refund money if It fails to cure. B. W. GROVE'S lig ature is on each box 25c. Since the old-fashioned theory of cur lng eczema through the blood has been given up by scientists, many different salves have been tried for skin disease*. But it has been found that these salves only clog the pores and cannot penetrate to the inner skin below the epidermis where the eczema germs are lodged. This—the quality of penetrating— probably explains the tremendous suc cess of the well known liquid eczema remedy, oil of wintergreen, thymol, gly cerine, etc., as compounded in D.D.D. Prescription. The First National Bant. OF NEW SJtLEM Can make about unequalled by any other bank in this section of the -tat Nor Is it idle boasting. After two years of crop failures, to which the other banks at. tribute their falling off In this bank And* itself stronger in every respect than ever before. You Wonder Why? Our customers ar« 90 per cent dairy fanner*. W« know now of some choice dairy farms for sale. If you want to make money, seo us, and *re can put yon next to several bargains In land near tie bast creamery In. the stat\ We have sold other remedies for skin PEOPLE WARNE 10 BOIL WATE HEALTH COMMISSIONER ISSUES NOTICE TO TAKE PRECAUTION ARY MEASURES DURING FLOOD One who has not witnessed the pow er of a great river in flood can have little conception of what it is, and one who has not seen the ice move in Several ipeople who saw the team the Missouri may not realize the best cross the track hurried down to the illustration of the irresistable which creek edge and an investigation show is shown to men. In the ordinary that the horses were hitched to season an ice sheet, two feet or more the front half of a wagon and entangl thick and half a mile in width and! inspires one as the most imposing STAGE AND WHILE WATER RE MAINS SO MUDDY The public health commissioner is issuing an official notice warning the residents of the state capital to boil the water they intend to use for drink ing purposes while the river is at flood stage, and while the water re mains in its present muddy condition. there is not any great danger so far as contamination is concerned, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and this precautionary measure may prevent the outbreak of typhoid fever which is dreaded when the water is in the ipresent condition. RIDING ON BOLSTER FARMER WAS KILLED COLUMBUS, N. D., April 9—Ashick ing acciden occurred in the outskirts of the city when a runaway team was seen to cross the track at the east railroad crossing and plunge down to ward the creek where one of the horses stumbled and fell in such a manner that it could not get up. e( hundreds of miles in length, broken' mangled almost tbeyond recognition, into cubes and traveling down stream un exhibition of power. let this stream' (jjtjon, Snelling was picked up and be hindered even for one minute and br0Ugh.t a mass of ice which accumulates is tells the accident was about astonishing. from Sunday morning until 5 o'clock! Tuesday evening, during which time, When the evener and whippletrees, the lifeless body of undrew Ogar- a at the rate of eight or ten miles an ^.nd about a mile south of there, hour, grinding, crushing and roaring, a }n a ditch, was Hang Snelling injUred, but in an intoxicated con- 0 t° an(* follows: a In the great gorges of 1881, the first] Snelling and Ogarden had loaded lasted fifteen hours and the second arrived at the creek about a a be'-een here and Larson the load became stuck in the mud, and in trying to get it out the front a a a of Sentinal ate. Aneta fever. A grand stand Bentley. according to the hayrack load of household goods a a re a a 0 Colum- snelling had rented a farm re wagon pulled l0QSe re of rig. Un- able to do any more they continued on their trip. Ogarden riding on the bolster and Snelling sitting on the circle. At a point about a mile south of here they struck a mud hole and with such force as to throw the oc cupants forward Ogarden became entangled in the whiffle trees right at the horses heels, while SneHing's ccat was caught and he was dragged fl The men at the horses heels started them to running and they continued to a point just east of the section house where the horse fell. Snelling admitted they had both been drinking, Ogarden hav ing secured a supply of whiskey in Larson that morning. Ogarden was a man albout 55 years of age, and was quite well known in this vicinity having made his home around here since the fall of 1910. Besides a brother, Ole Ogarden. living near Lignite, he leaves a wife and four grown up children, two boys and two girls, living in Minneapolis. The remains were picked up and taken to the Sommerness Bros, undertaking rooms where they were placed in charge of undertaker M. H. Casey of Crosby. I have for sale sixteen lots in Mc. Kenzie & Coffin addition, lots 1 to 8 in block 86 and 25 to 32, In block 87 all 25 foot lots. Here is a bargain for some one— you're going to build this spring cheaper to build than pay rent. Go look these over and make me an offer. They are free of all incumbrances, and bound to increase in value. Write J. T. TOWNSEND, Agent, 976 Edgecomb Place, Chicago. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA of St. Paul will give a Concert at Bi jou Friday Eve April 19th. Why Salves Canl Cure Eczema troubles but none that we can recom mend as highly as this for we know that D.D.D. stops the itch at once. We can give you a trial size bottle for 25 cents that will be enough to prove It Of course all other druggists have D.D.D. Prescription—go to them it you can't come to us—but don't accept some big profit substitute. But if you come to our store, we are so certain of what D.D.D. will do for you that we offer you a full size bottle on this guarantee:—If you do not find that it takes away the itch AT ONCE, costs you not a cent. Adam's drug store. POOR CROWD Juvenile To Be Bostonians Prove Some Singers. Only a handful of people .greeted the Juvenile Bostonians at the Bijou Saturday evening, due to the fact that it was Holy Saturday. The young people had good voices bat lack of anwas audience prevented them from engen dering any great enthusiasm, Miss Thorn Hellen, as "Captain Lonnie" possessed a especially charming soprano voice. Doris Canfleld as "Bill Brown" made a hit with the song made famous by Missouri democracy. You've Gotta Quit Kickin' My Dang Aroun," The Juvenile Bostonians de served a better house. Pure spring water at Finney's. 4 News of the State Butte wants to incorpor- is afflicted with base ball The creamery opened. at Beach is to be will be elected at Open street cars will soon be run ning in Fargp. There is talk of establishing a hos pital at Oooperstown. A All the (business houses at New Salem were closed on Good Friday. The minstrel show put on by the band at Heborn was a great success. An attempt is being made to oran ize a farmers elevator at Williston. A local aggregation at Williston will stage the "Bohemian Girl" next month. Drayton has a band of twenty-two pieces that will soon be giving open air concerts. Fire in a restaurant at Cleveland give the people of that town some thing of a scare. The sudden appearance of the sher iff at Crystal Springs threw a scare among the rounders. The Beach Chronicle is afraid coun ty division will become a stronger issue in Morton than in Billings. The Columbus Reporter wonders what kind of an opinion tie attorney general will pass on the corrupt prac tice act. Senator Gunderson of Aneta is offering $25 reward for the capture of the fellow who swiped a harness from his barn. _*— Business men fo Ransom county have pledged $5,000 a year for the next five years to be used for better farming methods. In spite of all the squabble over the site for the notmal school at Minot the state board has ordered plans for the building. _*— There was a big mass meeting held at Kindred relative to consolidation of the schools in that vicinity but no definite action was taken. None of the farmers of McLean county seem disposed to ask t'le com missioners in the matter of aid in securing seed grain this year. The Cooperstawn Courier calls Jack Charmlcy of trie Kenmare News the Cliauncey Depew after dinner orator of the North Dakota press association. The members of the National Guard of North Dakota seem anxious for an opportunity to distinguish them selves in the Mexican 'border thouble. At Gascoyne there were no ballots for the election. A resident of the town confiscated the supplies at an other precinct and the voting went along o. k. There are fifteen hats already in the political arena down in Adams county, and the IRecord thinks there will be some battered lide by the time the June primaries are over. Marion may be lighted by electric ity. There is an electric plant on one of the Johnson farms, a mile and a half fro mthe town and a wire could easily be run into Marion. The electric light plant at Cassel ton which has been giving so much tioulble for several years has been greatly improved and the people there are getting a great deal better ser vice. CATTLE FAIRLY ACTIVE. Good Premiums Available during Past Week for Superior Quality SOUTH ST. PAUL, April 9—Trade in the killing cattle department was on a par with that of the final week in March and sales for the most part compared evenly with those made at the finish of the month. Demand has been fairly active and good pre miums have been available for super ior quality. Sale of steers up to $7.75 indicated the possibilities which have developed but it is pointed out that stock land ing above $7 must carry materially better quality than the average com. ing to market. Trade between S4-50 and $6 on steers has been much more representative and the stock has also averaged only medium in quality. Stockers and feeders had brisk call all last week, but buyers exacted some concessions after making a strong start for the week. The call for good finishing stuff is ahead of the supply. Precedent as to the di rection taken by feeding stock going to the country is being shattered by the free movement from this point to the Dakota8, indicating the grow ing needs in that region. Hogs maintained a generally strong selling level and the bulk of business within quotations not more than 5 to 10 cents out of line with the fig ures ruling at the close a week ago. Average cost of droves stands near $7.65. Sheep and lambs of best qualities had irregular advances, the assump tion of strength being gradual. The limited supplies on most days tended to obscure the market trend, but the more meritorious offerings have been elevated 25 to 36 cents. The medium and cull grades are unimproved. GAS.DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION GOES You can eat anything your stomach craves without fear of Indigestion or Dyspepsia, or that your food will fer ment or sour on your stomach, if you will take a little Dlapepsin occasion ally. Your meals will taste good, and anything you eat wll be digested nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas, which caus es Belching, Dizziness, a feeling of fullness after eating, Nausea, Indi gestion (like a lump of lead in stom ach). Biliousness, Heartburn, Water brash, Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms. .Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effec tive remedy is used. Dlapepsin real ly does all the work of a healthy stomach. It digests your meals when vour stomach can't Asingle dose will digest all the food you eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour and upset the stomach. Get a large 50-cent case of Pape's Dlapepsin from your druggist and start taking now. and in a little while you will actually brag about your healthy, strong Stomach, for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest discom fort or misery, and every particle of Impurity and Gas that is in your stomach and Intestines Is going to be carried away without the use of lax atives or any other assistance. Should you at this moment be suf fering from Indigestion or any stom ach disorder, you can surely get re lief within five minutes. ABSTRACTS FINISHED FOR RIGHT OF WAY Special to The Tribune. STANTON, N. iD., April 9.—J. L. Bauer of IMandan, light of way agent of the Northern Pacific, has com pleted all the abstracts oif right of way for the Knife river extension of the line west of Stanton. There is every assurance that if conditions for a good crop continue favorable steel will be laid on the new branch during the coming summer. Spring water by the bottle or case delivered to your door. FINNEY'E DRUG STORE Animals Attack the Lungs. Watch any flesh eating animal when it Is attaekius its prey or watch two animals having a fijrbt to the death. You will ?rtiei' one remarkable fact, and that is that they strike for the lungs. Most people, of course, are well aware whore their owii lungS are, but they haven't the slightest idea about any other lungs. Animals in stinctively know, however, the posi tion of the lungs of almost every oth er animal. When a tiger or a lion at tacks man it does its best to get just below the shoulder blades. If it strikes without warning you will a! ways find that Its powerful paws have torn right through to the luugs. A cat has just the same Instinct. It goes for the lungs—the vita* spot Just the same as Its bigger brothers. Watch It stalk a sparrow and you will see how cleverly It maneuvers ro as to get behind the unfortunate bird and pounce on Its back, where the lungs are.--J. omlou Graphic. FALLING HAIR Itching Scalp and Dandruff are Un necessary. If you want to prevent baldness, stop falling hair and itching scalp, and banish every trace of dandruff from your scalp, get a large 50 cent bottle of PARISIAN SAGE today. You never used a more delightful hair dressing in all your life. Every drop in the bottle is filled with hair growing virtue. PARISIAN SAGE causes the hair to grow profusely and Imiuv's to It a luster and radiance that cannot fail to attract favorable comment. It is guaranteed by Lenhart to stop falling toair, itching scalp and dand ruff, or money back. It kills the dandruff germ and keeps the hair full of life and youthful vigor. Large bottle 60 cents at Lenbart's and druggists everywhere. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every bottle and carton. DRINK HABIT CURED In 3 Days by tho Saft, Harmloss N E A TREATMENT rfehypodorafcte|ecaoas. No bad tor offsets. Gosspsste a or ssoaey refaaded. AH drag addle- NEAL INSTITUTE oll-Sth St. S. Fargo, N. D. Do You ReaSjr Owa the Land You Thls You Own? Do You Really Own the Land You Think Y.OB Own? aH Branch House, Qleodlve, Mont. Two Minute Title Talks No. 9 Thirty Years Ago and Today Long, long ago mail was fo.-warded by the famous pony express. Now the government is about to send mail via the air route. Time was when it required four weary months to cross the Atlantic. Now the good ships do it in four days. Thirty years ago the Bismarck water supply depended upon the primitive water wagon. Now you need but press the button, and lol the Big Muddy is at your feet. Bismarck nights, thirty years ago, were in c'arkness except for the tallow candle or the sputtering oil lamp. Now you need only say "Let there be light," and verily, there is light to burn. Thirty years ago E. M. Fuller Register of Deeds, compiled a set of Abstract records for Burleigh County. They are now on exhibition at our office. We invite you to come in and take a look at them. At the same time we shall be pleased to show you our modern, up-to-date abstract sys tem and explain its workings. The 6yne Abstract Office Bismarck Bank Building Bismarck, N. D. A Baby's Advantage. A baby is a very helpless little thine. but It has one advantage—It doesn't have to keep sweet while a bore is trying to entertsiin it.-Galveston News. Chiefly the mold of :i man's fortune Is In his own h'HH* H-icon. Bears the Signature of "M0R0" Polish!.. Cloth A scientifically prepared cloth for pol ishing Copper, Nickle, Etc. No other required. Guaranteed not to scratch or injure the finest metal Your money back if you want it. ADAMS' DRUG STORE Phone 201 First Natl. Bank Bldg. BRYAN & SONS Livery,Feedand Sale ::-Stable::: Draying, Transfer, Hack. Coal, Wood, Hay, Corn Fodder All first class rigs, good robes, foot warmers, etc. Carefu1 and competent drivers. Gall around and see us. You will find our prices right Your comfort is our success Call Phone 277 or Soo Hotel for Carriage or Hacks 8th Street, Between Broadway and Thayer Phone 277 Standar Plumbing Qrambs & Peet Co. Heating, Plumbing and Ventilating Contractors and Engineers. DoYoaRcoflr Own the Lass You Think You Own? Do You Realy Own tnoLand You Tklnk Yon Own? CASTOR IA POT Infants and Children. rbt Klsd Yos Haff Atways Botfln Tto Ptrftct latkraw Should be equipped with Sanitary, Convenient and Permanent Fixtures such a the Standard Mfg. Co.'s products carried in com plete stock here. The bathroom is one of most important rooms in your home—don't neglect it. Let Us Equip Your New Home We do plumbing of all kinds, also heating and ventilating with special attention to new work. We invite your plans* for our estimates. Job stock and accessories for wholesale trade ready for immediate shipment. Write us, S6I N. D.