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Master Gordon Schafer of Stanton
is among the Tribune boys who will
receive one of the handsome B. C.
Light 8 automobiles, given away by
The Tribune for new subscribers.
Master Gorden has secured the spe
cifia. number of subscribers, and al
ready ha^ sent to The Tribune a list
ft of names with the subscription rates.
He was at once forwarded one of the
5: handsome little automobiles which
HERE'S
The Hub-Mark is
your value mark.
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has been the envy of the boys and
girls of the Capital City since placed
on display at The Tribune office.
Many other boys and girls are
working hard to secure one of these
little beauties before Christmas.
IN LOGAN COUNTY.
Judge W. L. Nuessle of the district
court and Court Stenographer C. C.
Wattam has
gone to
Napoleon, where
the former will conduct a session of
the district ccurt of Logan county.
The. cliurleigh county court will con­
vert in December.
Latest popular sheet music at Cow­
an's.
How Publicity Helped
Mrs. Thomas to Health
Doctor Had Decreed Operation When
She Read of Mrs. Dunlap'a
Experience.
treatment I felt like a new woman the first dose of Fruitola brought a I a territory which is developing more
large number of gall stones and lam certain Fruitola and Tra.xo jsaved. rapidly, and In which the wealth per
my life."
r,
Fruitola and Traxo are compounded from the.original Edsall f(^mulasv othjer section of North Dakota.
at the Pinus laboratories in Monticello, 111., and can be purchased in Bis-1 "To date, Dickinson has but one r» 11
marck at Cowan's Drug Store, 2(Hi Fourth St. a doctor's prescription is road—the transcontinental line" of the
not .necessary. Fruitola is a pure fruit oil that acts as an intestinal tybri- Northern P&sific. In e&Hy spring a'
chj and disintegrates the hardened particles that cause so^ much suffering, farmers' lin^may be coirimenccd. con
discharging the accumulated Waste to the sufferer's intend^ relief. One nectlng Dilncinson with Amidon. to
dose is usually sufficient to indicate Its efficacy. Traxo Is a tonic-alterative the south, the
that is most effective to rebuild and restore the weakened, rundown sys-. go, Milwaukee & St. T'ir'l ixte^sion
tem.
I from New England." There is A pros-
A booklet of special interest to those who suffer from stomach trouble
can be obtained by writing to the Pinus Laboratories, iMontfcello, Illinois.
the rubber boot you have been
looking for. Rfeavy enough to stand
hard wear and give long service, yet light
enough not to be burdensome.
Made in all lengths:
Hub-Mark Rubber Footwear is
made in a wide variety of kinds and
styles to cover fche stormy weather
needs of men, women, boys and
girls in town or country.
HUB-MARWRUBBERS
The World's Standard Rubber FootWear
For sale by all good dealers.
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Back East for tlieflolidaus
LOW
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for
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SOUTH EAST
DATES of SALE: DEC 1st to 31st, 1916
Fran Sbtim ia Montana, North and South Dakota
ARE YOU GOING
ii''rrii iiT
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DICKINSON ON VERGE
OF GREATEST fl
iVEIENTJN HISTORY
County Seat of Stark Will Thrive
A Result of Development of
Slope'
Dickinson, N. D., Nov. 29.—Dick
insou, "N. D., once the greatest prim­
ary wool market in the world, and
still a center for a' wonderfully pros­
perous stock-raising region extending
50 miles to the north and south, will
bear watching.
Tn point of construction, Dickinson
is the newest big town in North Da­
kota. Practically its entire business
district has been reconstructed dur­
ing the past ten years. The city has
a population of jabout 6,000, and is the
most important point between Bis-
Sonic time ago Mrs. R. C. Dunlap
of DeKalb, Mo„ wrote to the St. Jo»
seph, Mo.,News-Press telling how, af- niarck and Miles City, Mont., on the
ter years of suffering with stomach! main line of the Northern Pacific. It,
trouble, she had been relieved of a is also a division point for that rail
quantity of gall stones and restored road.
to health through using Fruitola and Normal .Means Much.
Traxo. This letter was published and At the recent general election, the
read by Mrs. Georgia Coe Thomas voters of North Dakota by a majuritv
of Lancaster, Mo., who had been told of 20.000', approved a state Normal
by her doctor, after months of treat- school*,for Dickinson, and the first
ment for similar trouble, that nothing-, budget, just' submitted, provides a
but an operation would save her.! quarter of a million lor buildings.
Mrs. Thomas obtained Fruitola and This Normal will have a greater area
Traxo from the drug storo, and say's: tb draw iiiwn than any sinttlar insti
"By the time I had taken a month's! tution In the state. It will also have
capita is greater than that" in any
termiiur,
icif the Chjca-
pect of a lino being extended north,
connecting Dickinson with Manning,
the first county seat to the north, and
with Kildeer, a great stock-shipping
center, and the northwestern term­
inus ftho -Northern Pacific branch
out of Mandan.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BQARD OF
CITY COMMISSIONERS, NOVEM
ER 27, 1916.
lioners
The Board of City Commissii
met in regular session.
Present: Commissioners Bi
Bertsch, President Lucas.::
', 'Minutes of meeting held the 20th
inst. were read and approved.
3attey,
The claim of Hattie MicBride for
$5,4)00 damages for injuries alleged to
have been sustained
by
reason* of a
defective ..sidewalk, was referred to
the City Attorney, and Health Com­
missioner.
The1 claim of O. W. 'Roberts, for,ex­
penses incurred by ireasoh of alter»
tion of street grade,'necessitating the
construction ot a retaining wall, was
referred to Commissioner Best and
the Cky Attorney.
The' following claims were allowed
and directed to be paid, funds .permit*
ting: 'S. F. «Lambert $19, Street Work
$52.30, Wm. Skeels'12, A. P. Ander­
son $20, D. D. Stewart $33, L. S.
Treuthart $129.81.
The Street Commissioner was di­
rected to take measures to have re­
moved manure and offal dttmiied in
the vicinity of the Roller Jffills.
On motion the Board/adjourned.
Attest*
R. H. THISTLETrfWAITE,
...... City Auditor.
C1T7 HIWI
TO VISIT I NMANDAN.
Miss Agnes Fristad, clerk in the
Johnson Brothers' store, will spend
Thanksgiving with her parents in
Mandan.
RETURNS FROM*'REGAN.
Supt. C. L». Vigness returned today
from Regan, where he hasa been for
several days, visiting tfie public
schools in that' vicinity.
TO VI8IT PARENTS.
The Misses "Bessie and Grace Mi
Cay, who are in the city, attending
school, will spend Thanksgiving! with
their parents in Fort Rice.
LICENSED TO WED.
A marriage license was issued yes­
terday 'by Judge H. C. ITradley to Ole
Andrew Wolstad of Cogswell and
Miss Hattie Grover of Bismarck.
IN LOCAL HOSPITAL.
Mrs. N. J. Krebsbacfc- and 'baby of
this place are patients in the St. Al­
exius hospital. Miss Catherine Doo
ley. mother of Miss Florence Dooley
of 'Mandan. has entered the St. Alex­
ius hospital for treatment.
BUYS JORGENSON PROPERTY
C. C. Putnam, secretary of the Bur­
leigh County Abstract company, has
purchased the C. O. Jorgenson prop­
erty, 1024 Fifth street, and will occu­
py the same about December 10. Mr.
Putnam, and*family recently came to
the city from i^mgur, S. V, The
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BISMARCK D^Y TOBUKB
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This Man Had a Nlee^anRsgivtai'^
1 HOPEN^A CHECK
OR.ANOPOER.FOR.A NEW
(SOTO 0«- 36MT STEEL
.5HARES-L'LL.B£T ITS
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"SEE NOV THAT CM
GOIES CLfill OFF!"
"GETS-IT" LOOSENS YOUR CORNS
RIGHT OFF IT'S THE MODERN
CORN WONDER—'NEVER FAILS.
"It's hard to believe anything could
act like that in getting a corn off.
Why, I just lifted that corn right
off with my finger nail. 'Gets-It' is
certainly wpnderful!" Yes, "Gets-It"
It1* Jnat Wonderful, the Wax •GETS .17*
Mftkc* AJ1 Conw Go Q«kl."
is ccrtainly tlV^ most wondertul corn
cure ever known because you don't
have to fool and putter ground with
your corns, harness them up with
bandages or. try to dig them out.
"Gets-it" is a liquid. You put* on
a few drops in A few seconds. It'
dries. It's painless. Put your stock­
ing right oyer It....Put on your
regular show.
vYou:
,woni limp or
'have a corn', "twisj." ,in "your face.
iT'ho corn, callous wart,,.will loosen
from your, toerr-off.,M comes. (Glory
hallelujah! "Gets-It Is the biggest
selling corn r.eflaedy In the world.
When you try it, ypu Know why.
"Gels-It" Is sold and relpommended
by druggists everywhere,-'25c a bot­
tle, or sent on receipt of
(ijrice.by.
Lawrence Ca™ .-iUllciiCO^W'
house in F^rttf^ceet^ ndy oc
by the Putn^nrt' hW# been^ leaf1
Kbbert Dutton. -.*
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a
Sold in Bismarck and Tecbmmend
ed as the word's cerli remedy
ha ii &
led
iby
ift
HOStPtT/rL^NOTtS.5
yAmong the 'tAtt^nta' to' Whtertl»e St.
Alexius hospital within the. last two
dhya were' Matt Wfelderriiian, Wing
Hans Ti KlefeV Robinson^ Cfottfried
Bauer, Otto Benjamin Hall, city
Baby Jane Joyce, city Marquis Ed
berg, city Matt Ward, city Miss
Christina Huber,. Defiance C. J. B.
Hoffman, Momt "Bell Maddock,3rad
dock Mrs. Edward Dickman, Het
reid 3. I)., and Mary Shell, Ree.
Eldridge Farmer Accused ef Murder
in Firajt Degree to Face Ordeal
Tilip Coming Weejii.
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(Ry Special Correspondent)
Jamestown, N. D., iXovt 28.—The
trial of Albert Memmenfa, charged
with marder, has teen set-for Friday
of this week. Memmenga ls accused
DRINK .HOT TEA
FOR A BAD COLD
4
Get a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as the German folks
call it, "Hamburg Brust Thee," at any
pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of
the tea, put a cup of boiling water up­
on it, pour through a sieve and drink
a teacup full at any time during the
day or before retiring. It to the most,
effective way to break a cold and
cure'grip, as It opens the pores of the
skin, relieving congestion.. Also loos­
ens the bowels, thus driving a cold
from the system. ,,
Try it the next time you suffer from
a cold or the grip. It is inexpensive
and entirely vegetable, therefore safe
and' harmless. -*.7
IN sni
IIIH1G0 RIGHT Oil
Rub Pain and Stiffness Away with
small Bottle of Old Honest
St. Jacob's Oil
When your back is lore and lame
or lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism
has you stiffened up, don't' suffer!
Get a 25 cent bottle of old, honest
"St. Jacobs Oil" at any drug store,
pour a Uttle in your handvabd rub It
right into the pain or ache, and by
the time you count fifty, the soreness
and lameness is' gone.
Don't stay crippled! This soothing,
penetrating oil needs to be vsed^only
once. It take's the ache and pain
right out of your back and. e^ds the
misery. It is magical, yet absolutely
harmless and doesn't burn the skin.
(Nothing else-stops lutatbago, sciati­
ca and lame back misery so promptly!
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January and 2
of killing a neighbor, Andrew Sen
nek, while the two were threshing in
afield the morning of September 12,
191$r The .case promises to assume
large proportions.'
PHYSICIAN AT (RLEN ULLIN
KILLS Bid BROWN EAGLE
3'
(Special tom TrlbnniST
Gleu llllin, N: D.. NOV! Broth
eagle measuring nearly seven feet
from tip of wing tp tip *nd a betfuly
in species was killed by Dr. O. M.
iWwii
rSw
art.cuive cuttonttro.
shoulders perfectly
rflCCoslnciMates
and
:^ir
^iSSS
©TLk
HOSE who haw sat spellbound at the
sweet simplicity of its prelude, the
grim horror of its warfare and the
mighty lesson of/its climax, have un­
equivocally pronounced "CIVILI­
ZATION" the most remarkable gem
the stage has ever known.
Wisehart, on his ranch-south of town,
Sunday. It is reported that there are
a number'of this species In the hills
People everywhere have fopxid,that
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is the mbstntrttiouf amd delicious cereal food known.
Eveiy tahl# sj^^fj^haye its dailjr rationof Orape-Nnts.
"thirs'j Reason"
dU
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For the many good friends
Who,
by
their good words
and boosting, have
so
ly helped me to do the big­
gest real estate business the
past year
mut::l i' -|i- jj^J .'?
Special Soloists and
25-Tiece Symphony Orehestra
ridmi«t«iiiient of whole wheat tiie
south of town. This is the first that"
has been shot and tawsfejt
in ywrs.
In tiM making of Orape-iraU there is added tat tbe sweet ':}k.
TWO
ed barley, aioml»fiia1Son matany a most wmsikally deUe-
:ions^taste^^iVbe,paU^^aisvw:tMM it,
great­
have ever done,
now thank them, one
for their assistance.
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