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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1916.
A Big Part
of the World
Knows
Grape-Nuts
46
WEEKLY CLIMATE
Now in Full Swing
not alone for its delirious, nut-like flavor, but more for
its wonderful nerve and brain n?aking, bone and muscle
building qualities.
Grape-Nuts supplies certain essential elements,
abundantly stored in the field grains, but which are
lacking in many foods. Especially is this true of foods
made from white flour, becaus-j in making flour white
the larger part of the energising mineral elements are
thrown out in the milling process.
Made of whole wheat and malted barley, Grape Nuts
supplies all the rich nourishment of the grains, is long
baked and rendered quickly digestible, and yields a big
return of brain, nerve and muscle energy.
Wherever you go you'll find GRAPE-NUTS.
The weather of the week was cold,
cloudy and deficient in precipitation.
Seeding is well under way, being late,
however, in all parts of the state. In
the eastern part about 40 per cent of
the seeding is done, while in the cen­
tral and western portions not more
than 20 per cent is completed. Early
There's a Reason'
Your Mother
4c-9c
JAP SILK WAISTS
98c
LADIES' SUITS
LADIES' SUITS
Values up to $25.00. Price
Values up to $25.00. Price
$19.50
$19.50
APRONS
APRONS
One big lot of Aprons
One big lot of Aprons
59c
59c
SKIRTS
One lot of Skirts
$4.97
We carry a
eyes
Don't Forget
the 4c and
9c Side
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
__
sown grain has not germinated lo any
great extent, owing to the continued
low temperatures. Frosts and freez­
ing temperatures have -been general
over the entire state, many tempera­
tures in the neighborhood of 20 de­
grees being reported. Pastures and
range grasses are very backward,
causing stockmen to feed roughage to
maintain their stock in good condi­
tion. The indications are for contin­
ued low temperature during the re­
mainder of the week.
0. W. ROBERTS,
LEASE her with a photograph
of yourself on Mother's Day.
May 14th. Nothing would
..please her more.
BUTLER'S STUDIO
Hare Block Bismarck
Metereologist.
POPULAR PRICED
STORE
For the balance of this week we will place on
sale these special items
RAINCOATS
RAINCOATS
Extra special
Extra special
$4.97
$4.97
HOUSE DRESSES
98c
One lot of ladies'
MESH UNDERWEAR
at
VERY LOW PRICES
Pure silk ladies'
Pure silk ladies'
HOSIERY
HOSIERY
(Black only)
(Black only)
39c
39c
,dtn.Iho.e supor.ers.heeds,comb., button.,etc.
Satisfaction Guaran­
teed or Money
Cheerfully Refunded
Always
J. L. HJORT18
AGIST HALL
J. L. Hjort of Heeder was in Bis­
marck last evening en route west in
•,lie interest of his candidacy for sec­
retary of state on the Republican tick-
1
et. He has been making a very vig-
J. L. Hjort.
orous campaign and some excellent
reports have been received. Mr. Hjort
is very popular both on the slope and
in the Red river valley. His service
as a state legislator has won him
many friends and supporters.
CLAIMSLANGER MADE
FALSE STATEMENTS
Mandan. X. D., May That States
Attorney Langer falsified in his state­
ments before the Current Topics club
at St. Paul, when he asserted that he
was responsible for causing parents
to send 1,700 children to school, is the
claim advanced today in :i public chal­
lenge to Langer by County Superin­
tendent of Schools W. I'\ I.orin.
The latter admits some children
were not in school, but that he start­
ed the action for investigation. Slan­
der for the sake of political glory
for the Non-partisan candidate for at­
torney general, is the public charge of
Mr. i.orin against Langer.
GILLETTE CASE IS
ON IN ST. PAUL
Fargo, N. 1)., May !.—Col. M. A.
Hildreth, United States district nt
tornev, departed last night for St.
Paul, where he is representing the
government in the United States cir­
cuit court of appeals in the Gillette
white slave appeal, which is being
heard today.
Victor Gillette was found guilty in
the United States district court here
on a charge of having, imported a
woman into the state for immoral
purposes and took an appeal to the
circuit court of appeals. Gillette was
found guilty of having paid the street
car fare of the woman from Moorhead
to Fargo, while he was engaged as a
detective rounding up booze evidence.
4c-9c
Sale
Now in Full Swing
CHILDREN'S DRJSSSES
39 and 59c
AMERICAN LADY
CORSETS
AMERICAN LADY
CORSETS
One big lot
One big lot
98c
98c
CORSET COVERS
CORSET COVERS
Sale price
Sale price
49c
49c
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS
Special
$3.98
Don't Forget
the 4c and
9c Sale
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNB
TONIGHT
IS A1MHCE
Has All of the Latest Features
Known to Manufacturers of
Automobiles.
•With a new type body featuring a
tonneau cowl, .disappearing auxiliary
seats in the seven-passenger, tonneau
light and locker compartment on the
instrument board, the Mitchell-Lewis
Motor company of Racine, Wis., are
continuing the Eight-Cylinder model
that during last fall met with such
universal favor.
The radiator higher and deeper,
with its removable oven baked black
enameled shell, strengthens the ap­
pearance of the front end and raises
the line from the radiator to cowl in­
to a more sweeping effect as it rounds
off into the body.
The second cowl removes the last
jarring note to the eye in the carry­
ing out of the full stream line effect,
for it smooths out the driver's seat,
into a part of the body itself and at
the same time provides a compart­
ment for the auxiliary seats in the
seven-passenger which allows them
to be folded back completely out of
sight when not in use.
The Eight-Cylinder "V" type motor
with its 3-inch bore and 1-S-inch
stroke, remains intact in the same
chassis, but the wheel base has been
lengthened two inches to 127 inches
to accommodate the additional 2-inch
length which has befcn added to the
Bate Improved Cantilever Springs,
which gained for these cars the name
of the "Easiest Riding Cars in the
World."
This "V" type engine retained to
power the newer model body 'design
established some very unique per­
formance records since announced
early last fall, notably the record of
17.9 miles to the gallon of gasoline
and a flexibility that practically elim­
inated all necessity for the shifting ot
gears.
This New Mitchell Eight, with the
prestige it has already established in
operation will, with the new body de­
sign, into'which has been built all the
little conveniences and equipment
shown on the best models exhibited
at the recent New York and Chicago
automobile shows and these conveni­
ences are a part of exlra cost, for
they are all paid for through the ?11U,
000 savings in manufacturing costs
made possible by John W. Bate, the
efficiency engineering expert, in his
Ki years as designer and builder of
Mitchell cars.
Nothing in this new model, which
sells for $1,430 at the factory for the
three, five or seven-passenger, seems
to have be.en omitted. The heavy
metal robe'rail is replaced by a neat
leather strap, there is a concealed
electric light in the rear tonneau,
there is a locker compartment suit­
able for road maps, goggle,*, gloves,
etc., under the driver's hands in the
instrument board and it locks with
the same key that locks the if" it ion
and lighting switcnes the headlights
SUMMONS.
State of North Dokota, County of
Burleigh, ss.
In District Court, Sixth Judicial Dis­
trict.
Farmers Union .Elevator and Mercan­
tile Company, a Corporation, Plain-
I tiff,
E. White, Defendant.
The Slate of .North Dakota to the
Above Named Defendant:
You are hereby summoned and re­
quired to answer the Complaint of
the Plaintiff in this action, a copy of
which is Hereto annexed and here­
with served upon you, and to serve a
copy of your answer upon the sub­
scriber at his office in the City of
Bismarck, County of Burleigh and
State of North Dakota within hirty
days after the service of this sum­
mons upon you, exclusive of the day
of such service, and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, judg­
ment will be taken against you by
default for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
Dated this 10th day of February,
1916.
F. E. M'CURDY,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residence and postoffiee address,
Bismarck, North Dak.
To Whom It May Concern:
You will please take notice that
the Complaint in the above entitled
action is on file in the office of the
Clerk of District Court of Burleigh
County, North Dakota.
F. E. M'CURDY.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Bismarck. North Dakota.
(4—2
0 5t)
BURNS
KEROSENE
JUST HALF
THE PRICE
OF
GASOLINE
"THE PALACE OF DUST"
Featuring
I J. Warreti Kerrigan
r- :.
Story jy Louis Joseph Vaiise. A drama of thrills and sensations
TOMORROW ONLY
William Fox presents
Robt. B. Mantell in
"THE UNFAITHFUL WIFE"
are a unique feature of Mitchell con­
struction in that they operate on a
hinge which allows them to be turned
back and used as a searchlight when
backing up on a country road at night,
when changing tires etc.
The tools are carried in a tool chest
that fits down under the hood between
the engine and the frame. The seat
stools, as well as the floor boards, are
removable and this feature provides
easy access to the running gear,
through either the front or tonneau
at all times, without crawling down
under the car.
The New Mitchell Eight with this
up to the minute body design is sure
to uphold the reputation already es­
iRANDMOJER KNEW
There Was Nothing So Good for
Congestion and Colds
as Mustard
But the old-fashioned mustard plaster
hurned and blistered while it acted. You
can now get the relief and help that
mustard plasters Rave, without the plas­
ter and without the blister.
MUSTEROLE does it. It is a clcan,
white ointment, made with oil of mus­
tard. It is scientifically prepared, so
that it works wonders, and yet does not
blister the tenderest skin.
Just massage MUSTEROLE in with
the finger-tips gently. See how quickly
it brings relief—how speedily the pain
disappears.
And there is nothing liVe MUSTER­
OLE for Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Ton
silitis, Croup, Stiff Ncck, Asthma, Neu­
ralgia, Headache, Congestion, Pleurisy,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Pains and Aclies
of Back or Joints, Sprains, Sore Mus­
cles, Bruises,. Chilblains, Frostcid Feet,
Colds of the Chest (it often prevents
Pneumonia).
At your druggist's,
in
25c and 50c jars,
and a special large hospital size for $2.50.
Be sure you get the genuine MUS­
TEROLE. Refuse imitations—get what
you ask for. The Musterole Company,
Cleveland, Ohio.
tablished by the cars now in operation
and with the added completeness of
the body equipment and design is
sure to meet with great, public favor.
John C. Clark passed away last
Tuesday morning, after a lingering
YOU SHOULD HAVE
THE 8I6|M0GUL AT HEBRON,
NORTH DAKOTA, LAST FRIDAY
HEINLE BROTHERS—the dealers for the 816 MOGUL TRACTOR—at Hebron, No. Dak.,
gave afield demonstration with that Tractor last Friday and Saturday. And YOU should
HAVE BEEN THERE
IT WOULD DO ANY FARMER'S HEART A WORLD OF GOOD to see that little Giant
pull. It seemed as if it couldn't "stall." Well, there wasn't any "stall" about it—it
just walked off with whatever they put behind it—and never so much as made a murmur.
IT TURNED OVER HEAVY, WET SOGGY GUMBO with a 14-inch, 3-bottom gang. It
broke heavy sod with the same three 14-inch stubble bottom plows. It pulled a No. 6 Low
Cloverleaf Spreader, jammed full of manure. It did it from morning until night with never
a rest, on 16 gallons of KEROSENE. And when night came, there was no hay to put down,
nor harness to take off, nor water to pump, nor feed to bring. Just run it in a shed and
turn off the oil. No work and no expense after you are through work.
COME IN AND SEE US in regard to this tractor, for the season is going to be very short
and you are going to have more power to do your work. There is no time to waste. Time
is money.
BISMARCK MOTOR COMPANY
BISMARCK. N. D. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
TONIGHT
illness at' his home at Los Angeles,
Cal., for which city he left Stanley
about four and one-half years ago.
Mr. Clark was a member of the Joppa
lodge No. 95 A. F. & A. M., of Stanley,
and was editor of the Stanley Pro­
moter.
No More Flame-Blackened Cooking Utensils to Scour
Isn't that good news) Just think of the hours of work you wont have to
do. Write today for booklet that tells about the different styles and prices of
PERKXSTION
Oiy.gQQKSTP^ES
The flame never reacliea the utensil. It
never creeps up or diminishes. It gives the
maximum of efficiency.
This stove is easy to fill and ia always
ready. Mokes summer cooking easy.
No smoke—no odor—no waste. Your cur­
tains will stay clean longer.
Costs much less to buan than the coal or
wood burning ranj^e. Dora away with neces­
sity of enduring excessive heat of the latter.
Get the oil cook-stove
«*ith the
Chimney* You can't"
afford lobe without
one this summer.
Standard Oil Company
(Indiana) 84
72 W. Adams St., Chicago, U. S. A.
For best results use Perfection Oil
Long Blum,
DON'T LET
the PRICE of
GASOLINE
WORRY YOU.
BURNS
KEROSENE

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