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Bismarck daily tribune. [volume] (Bismarck, Dakota [N.D.]) 1881-1916, March 26, 1916, Image 6

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BISMARCK
REV. FINWALL TO PREACH.
Those ho attend the services of the
First Baptist church this morninR at
10:30 will have an opportunity to hear
Rev. C. \V. Finwall of the North Da­
kota State Enforcement League ail-
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dress the congregation upon the sub­
ject, "The Earth's Greatest Preserva­
tives."
Columbia Grafanolas and records
on sale at all times at Cowan's.
DR. HI DANFORD
DENTIST
My prices stand for high grade work and the best ma­
terials, as all Porcelain Crowns, Gold for Fillings, and Gold
Plate for Crowns and Bridges, are bought at the First
National Bank of Bismarck and are the same as used by
every reliable dentist in Bismarck.
All Work Is Done By Me, Personally.
Gold Crowns, best 22K $ 5.00
Gold and Porcelain Fillings, up from 2.50
Porcelain Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work (per tooth) 5.00
Silver Fillings 1.00
Devitalize Tooth 1-00
Extraction 50
Cleaning and Treatment 1-00
Best Rubber Plates 10.00
EXAMINATION FREE
WRITTEN GUARANTEE FOR 20 YEARS WITH ALL
WORK
Room 1—Patterson Block—Over Breslow's Drug Store.
No Connection With Union Dentists.
DODGE BROTHERS
ROADSTER
After ten months of heavy
production the demand for
the car is still far in excess
of our ability to supply
The car itself—its perform­
ance, and the things said
about it by owners—is solely
responsible for this remark­
able state of affairs.
The motor is 30-115 horsepower
The price of the Touring Car or Road­
ster complete is $785
(f. o. b. Detroit)
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CHURCH NOTICES
CATHOLIC.
S:00 a. m.—First Mass, English ser­
mon.
9:15 a. m.—Second Mass, German
sermon.
10:30 a. m.—High Mass, English
sermon.
2:00 p. m.—Sunday School.
7:30—Evening Service and Bene­
diction.
FATHER H1LTNER, Pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Corner Second and Thayer streets.
10:30 a. m—
Morning worship. Ser­
mon, "The Companions of St. Paul."
12:00 Noon.—Sunday School. Men'
Pible Class.
3:00 p. in.—Junior Endeavor.
6:30 p. in.—Senior Endeavor.
7:30 p. in.—Evening worship. Ser­
mon, "The Escape."
A cordial invitation to all.
CHAS. \v. HARRIS, Pastor.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH.
Corner of Seventh and Rosser
streets.
Morning worship 10:30, in German
language.
Sunday school 11:45 a. m., in Ger­
man and English language.
Y. P. A. meeting 7:15 p. nv., in
English language.
Evening worship 8: 00 p. m., in Eng­
lish language.
Rev. C. W. Finwall will occupy the
pulpit at the evening services. We
give a hearty invitation to all. Be
sure and attend the Evangelical Sun­
day school.
R. E STRtJTZ, Pastor.
TRINITY LUTHERAN.
Corner Seventh street and Avenue
C.
Services in the Norwegian language
at 11:00 a. ni.
Services in the English language at
S:00 p. m.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
Confirmation class meets during
Sunday School hour, at the church,
and at 413 Third street on Tuesday,
at 4:30 p. m.
Come to our services. You are
welcome.
O. R. SVORE,
Pastor.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Corner of Fourth street and Avenue
B. Bruce Edmund Jackson, pastor.
"The Friendly Church."
Morning worship at -0:30. Rev. C.
W. Finwall of the North Dakota State
Enforcement League will be present
and deliver a sermon-lecture on the
Always on time!
You minimize delay when
you ride on
United Slates
Bicycle Tires
The men who make "United States"
Tires have been "on the job" for
years. They put both long-life and
dependability into their product
Punctures mean lost time—United
States Tires reduce tire-risk to a mini­
mum.
Equip NOW with "United States" Tires
You will satisfy yourself—and your pocket*
Otto Dirlam
Entry
Tir* DtaUradb the
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beat of everything for motmrcyciei.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
A carload of Firestone Tires received Thursday and all reshipped to dealers by Saturday
night. A carload of Vacuum Oil on the road which will go the same route.
THERE IS A REASON
Firestone Tires are well and favorably known to every Automobile owner who desires long life and long mileage covering tires at a minimum cost.
Vacuum Oil. "A grade for each type of motor." Each grade prescribed by a favor of engineers after a thoro inspection of the Motors.
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Tut a "silver lining" in motoring, clouds by using the aboVe exclusively.
subject, "The Earth's Best Preserva­
tives."
Sunday school at 12 noon. If you
have not joined one of our splendid
classes, now is your opportunity.
Junior Christian Endeavor at 3:30.
Senior Christian Endeavor at 6:30.
45 Horse­
power Six
$985.00
THINK IT OVER
cause they are built right.
Evening worship at 7:30. Song ser­
vice led by the chotus under the di­
rection of Mrs. C. C. Stein. Special
musical numbers. Sermon by tte
pastor upin the subject, "The Second
Mile."
Series 17
FOUR
40 HORSE POWER—7 PASSENGER
We cordially invite you to attend
$875
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50 HORSE POWER—7PASSENGER
SIX
$1085
F. O. B. Detroit.
—dollar for dollar, you
get the BIGGEST value
in a Studebaker
The Studebaker SUPERIORITY in value is so self evident
that all we want any man to do is to make comparisons—to
set the Studebaker cars, either one of them, down side by
side with any other cars on the market and go over them
point for point.
these services with us. Strangers in
the city especially welcome.
POTTED HYACINTHS.
Just coming into bloom all colors,
10c each $1.00 per rlozen. Will's Seed
Store.
C0RWIN MOTOR CO. Bismarck, N. D.
The past two years we have sold a lot of Buicks out of Bismarck. Have you ever heard
of a single dissatisfied owner? We haven't. Every Buick driver is a booster. Bear this in
niind, and then compare with any other car handled here. Buicks always make good be-
—judge for yourself
Here, for example, is a list of the essentials on which to
base comparisons Go over them in detail—then, judge.
—POWER: a big 3 7-8-inch bore 5-inch stroke Motor
that develops FORTY h. p. in the Four and FIFTY h. p.
in the Six.
—ROOM: big, roomy, inviting Bodies, built for SEVEN
passengers'comfort.
—SIZE: 112-inch wheelbase in the Four and 122-inch
wheelbase in the Six—enough to insure riding-comfort, but
not too long to drive easily.
—UPHOLSTERY of the finest, straight-grain, semi-glazed
leather.
—FINISH put on with 25 body-finishing operations.
—DIVIDED and adjustable front Seats, with completely
disappearing Seats in tonneau.
—TANK in rear with Stewart Vacuum Feed.
—OVERLAPPING, storm-proof Windshield.
—MORE HANDILY arranged instruments on dash, indi­
rectly lighted.
—THE SIMPLEST and most reliable Electric Lighting and
Starting Systems, proved on nearly 200,000 Studebakers.
—AMPLE-SIZE, equalized Brakes and FULL-floating rear
Yxle with complete Timken Bearing equipment.
1ND WHAT OTHER CAR OFFERS YOU AS MUCH,
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR OF THE PRICE YOU PAY?
See these GREAT Studebakers here.
Compare these specifications with the specification* of other_
cars selliag at from $ZOO to $300 mort,
SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1916.
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NORTH DAKOTA
Transportation Officer D. G. Mc
Gillis and the sheriff of Ward county
brought six prisoners to the state pen­
itentiary Saturday. They also brought
with them one of the old prisoners
who was taken to Ward county as a
witness.
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