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FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1913
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Expert Accountant
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Expert Accountant
Dismarck, No. Dakota.
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ABSTRACTING
TTfE BURLEIGH GlMi.vr'*
THE BYRNE ABSTRACT OJ'MUV
i-ionee.r Abstracters of Burleigh Co.
Abstracts guaranteed by bond of $10,
000. The only abstract oflicn in the
county complying with letter and
spirit of the state law relating to ab­
stractor.. of title. AVe have our own
records and indexes. Our equipment,
is modern and up to the minute.
THE BYRNE ABSTRACT OJ 'MUV
i-ionee.r Abstracters of Burleigh Co.
Abstracts guaranteed by bond of $10,
000. The only abstract oflicn in the
county complying with letter and
spirit of the state law relating to ab­
stractor.. of title. AVe have our own
records and indexes. Our equipment,
is modern and up to the minute.
1. 0. Ijavies
Attorney at Law
First National Bank Building
AUTOMOBILES
"~We have the full Studebaker line,
also Fords. Autos and supplies. See
us. Bismarck Implement Co. Bertsch
Pros. 714 Thayer St. Phone IP,7.
AMUSEMENTS
BISMARCK THEATER.
ly
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
Three good second-hand Auios for
sale at a Bargain. See them before
buying. Phone 333. Henzler's.
COLLECTIONS
BISMARCK ADJUSTMENT CO.
Collections, Insurance and Surety
Bonds. First National Bank B'uilding
DRY CLEANING
It doesn't take a big salary to keep
yon l.ooking well it' you remember
"our French Drv Cleaning Dep't. BIS­
MARCK STEAM LAUNDRY. Phone
54.
DRAYAGE & TRANSFER
We have unequaled facilities for
moving, storing and shipping house­
hold goods- Careful, experienced men.
Also retail ice and wood. WACHTER
TRANSFER CO. Phono, 62 office
No. 209 Fifth St,
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
WALPER & WOODRUFF, contract
1ng and supplies. Ill Third St. Phone
225.
FARM LANDS
—Only
ACCOUNTANT MEATS AT WHOLESALE
AB­
TTfE BURLEIGH GlMi.vr'*
AB­
STRACT CO. Legal 'Abstractors for
Burleigh county, tinder bond of $10,
000. City National Bank Bldg. W. V.
K1EBERT. General- Insurance. City
National Bank Bldg.
STRACT CO. Legal 'Abstractors for
Burleigh county, tinder bond of $10,
000. City National Bank Bldg. W. V.
K1EBERT. General- Insurance. City
National Bank Bldg.
$275 secures small farm.
Terms will pay buyer share in profits.
Guarantee seven per cent. Ideal cli­
mate. Good* markets. Fine invest­
ment whether you ever move on land
or not. Write quickly for views and
particulars. G. W. Deen, Box 431,
Waycross, Ga.
WHY—Is everyone wanting correct
information about Burleigh County
lands directed to the
FOX LAND COMPANY?
GENERAL REPAIRING
Bicycles, Guns, Motors all kinds
of mechanical repairing. New and
used bicycles and guns for sale or
rent. .OTTO DIRLAM, 110 Main St.
Phone. 251.
HAY, FEED AND GRAIN-
Bailed hay Per ton Del. ......$10.00
Bailed hay'Per Bale Del 65
Loose hay Per Ion Del 8.00
Load of good cow hay .V7.00
Also best grade of oats and spelts.
A. C. HincKley & Co.
HOME LAUNDRY
The Home. Laundry .whitens your
clothes without bleach or acid, dries
them in the sun, does not mix them
witli any others, and a trial will con
vincc you our prices are right. FRATs
CIS WHITE, Prop., 811 Front St.
Phono 11H.
ICE CREAM
ssale anu Retail. Quick ship­
ment Quality-goods. Get our prices.
RICHHOLT'S, at Bismarck.
NAJHV How po YOU DO (M»5
COOP- 3 OST T^OLX^T X'D
£R0P IN \NP WATCH You
w«m~
MEATS AT WHOLESALE
Jieef, pori. iarl, sausage. i,ow
Prices. GEO. GIJSSNER. Phone 00.
ORCHESTRA
The Bismarck Orchestra Is at all
times available for concert and dance
work. Instrumental solos, etc., fur­
nished for special occasions. F. 11.
llurlev, Business Manager, Phone 013
R. 31 Eighth St.
The Bismarck Orchestra Is at all
times available for concert and dance
work. Instrumental solos, etc., fur­
nished for special occasions. F. 11.
llurlev, Business Manager, Phone 013
R. 31 Eighth St.
PAINTING—PAPER HANGING
PAINTING—PAPER HANGING
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SIGNS
Paper Hanging, Painting
GEO. LaLONE
PHONE 341
Five Blocks From High Prices.
A
ATTORNEY PIANO TUNING
PIANO TUNING: Resident tuner.
Call Peck's Music House or phone
532y. A. S. Hoffman.
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS
Headquarters for wall paper, house
furnishings, hardware and stoves,
both new and second-hand.
Henry Burman's shop is building an
excellent business in shoe repairing.
Plenty of competent help and can do
your work, too. Henry Burman,
Broadway, betweent Fourth and Fifth
Sts.
SHOE REPAIRING
FOR SHOE REPAIRING
go to L. E. Larson, at Ryan's shoe
store. All work neatly done
SHEET METAL WORK
Largest best equipped. Furnace work,
cornice and house gutters, anything
down to soldering a hole in the wash
pan. To have it done' right call
BISMARCK HDW. CO. Phone 82.
SONG HITS BY MAIL
"Sing Me The Rosary", "Trail of the
Lonesome Pine." 17c each prepaid.
Pecks Music House.
SUNDAY DINNERS
Why build a fire? Family dinners a
specialty at the BON TON RESTAUR­
ANT.
TAXICABS
For Taxicabs, call Jt:ikins & Hill,
phone 347 careful drivers, prices
same as hacks. Prompt attention giv­
en phone orders to 10 p. m. Call at
Taxi stand in front of McKenzie hotel
after 10 p. m.
UP-TO-DATE BEAUTY SHOP
Itairdressiug, Manicuring, Facial
and Scalp Treatments hy latest meth­
ods. Large stock ol' toilet special­
ties. Complete line of Hair Goods and
Expert Hair Work in all its branches.
Phone 309. COZAD & SHERIDAN,
HUGHES BLDG.
UNDERTAKING
UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING
Licensed Embaltner in charge. Day
Phone 50 Night Phone 165
WEBB BROS.
A. L. TRUAX CO.
(Successor to E. G. Field.)
Licensed Undertakers
Parlors Corner
Slain and 3rd St.
Phone No. 100
Day or Night
WELDING AND FOUNDRY
Oxy-acetylene welding of all metals.
All kinds of gray iron and brass cast­
ings and machine work. Automobile
parts a specialty. We buy scrap iron.
Telephone 83, .821 Front Street.
Foundry ft Welding Co.
one op- Vou«c?U6veR.
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FAUNCE, 4th St. Phone, 59.
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PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
The peoples' "popular "playliouse for
a happy ove'iing, Jfc. 'BISMARCK
THEATRP. work of all kinds, call Miss ISriCkson,
PoWT7AR~TLAYS at the PEOPLE'S jphorio 258 at 'McKenzie hotel.
THEATER. A happy hour, ISc, night-!
For careful. accuriiTe stenographic
PARCEL DELIVERY
Fackagees up to 30Tbs. delivered any
where in city only 10c. Phone, 347
PRACTICAL SHOEMAKER
10 WORDS 1 TIME 25 CTS.
15 WORDS 1 TIME 25 CTS.
20 WORDS 1 TIME 25 CTS.
25 WORDS 1 TIME 25 CTS.
30 WORDS 1 TIME 30 CTS.
ANSWER BY CORRESPONDENCE
ALL BLIND ADS
using a number, box, or initial for ad­
dress. Do not aslc this office who the
advertiser is. We won't tell you. Dont
waste time, but write to the address
printed in the ad.
AGENTS
WANTED—Solicitors. The mmine
is sending out a force of solicitors,
known as the Overlanders, to cover
the entire slate, visiting every coun­
ty seat awl important town in XorUi
Dakota. The company wants more
good men for this work. Young
men that are willing lo work and
want to get. in touch in the news­
paper Hold preferred. Salary and
expenses. Men wanting to see .{lie
state have an excellent opportunity.
Steady work and promotion. Ad­
dress or call in person and see J.
K. Doran, Tribune oflice.
FOR SALE—FURNITURE"
FOR SALE—"Cheap good baby car
riage. 400 Ave. B.
FOR SALE-Second hand organ good
as new. A big snap at Peck's Mu­
sic House.
FOR SALE—At bargain a brand
new high grade piano, at an at­
tractive discount, by owner. Ad­
dress Box (il, care Tribune office.
FOR SAL E--U rig
lit piano. Phone
71. Call 304 Mandan Ave.
TOR SALE—liouseiutiu goods, phone
71 or call at 304 Mandan Ave.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED"-CJirl for general house­
work. ,j020 Fifth Street. Phone
485.
W A N TE D~I1ired girl for chamber
.work and cooking. Wages $5.00
per week. 210 Eighth Street.
WANTED—Two girls for dining room
work, at Atlantic Cal'e.|
WANTED—Washwoman to come to
house once a week. Call 412 Thay­
er Etreet.
WANTED-Experienced night-wait­
ress for railway lunch counter at
once. $40 monthly. Depot Lunch­
room, Mandart. N. I).
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Good wages. Phone 243.
WANTED—Ladies to wear Gorsard
corsets. Call Miss Anderson,- 1100
Broadway or phone 499L.
WANT
ED—A com pot en t~ gir
l"f or gen­
eral housework. Call at Washing­
ton street and Ave. B. Phone 193L.
WANTED—A competent girl for-rfgen
eral housework. Apply Mrs. W.
Gilbrcath, 38 Ave. A.
WANTED—Waitress at Star restaur­
ant.
HELP WANTED—MALE
WANTED—At the Indian school em­
ployes cook and school farmer.
Permanent position for suit­
able persohs. Phone 344R.
WANTED—300 men. to visit Dorke's
barber shop at once. City National
Bank Building. Phone, 36.
HOUSES FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Seven room house, mod­
ern. Louis Larson, 410 Third St.
FOR RENT—Modern six-room house
for two months. 006 Thayer St.
FOR REN i—Two modern houses. Ap­
ply to Leonard Bell.
FOR RENT—6 room cottago.
230, or 193L.
Phone
FOR SALE OR RENT—My house on
Sixth street will be ready for oe.cn
p^p.cy .July 1st. Apply to Alex.lMc
"Donal'd.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNF.
There Are Times When Scoop Wants To Be Alone
1)0 -iSo "GET XoutA
VOCABULARY AMD
WERE. YOU S3CQM CLEVER.
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Pay Want Ads in Advance Get the Half Rate and Guaranteed Insertion
BISMARCK TRIBUNE WANT ADS
Read the Rate Card Carefully Before Mailing in Your Order Which MUST
BE Accompanied by the Cash
.3 TIMES 35 CTS.
.3 TIMES 40 CTS.
.3 TIMES 45 CTS.
.3 TIMES 50 CTS.
.3 TIMES 60 CTS.
The rates are 1 cent per wjrd, first insertion and 1-2 cent per word for each consecutive insertion.
No ad taken for less than 25 csnts for first insertion. Cash with copy secures the half-rate and guaran­
teed insertion. Don't be disappointed if your unpaid ad faids to appear.
FOR RENT—The bunding now oc­
cupied by C. W. Heuzler as a gar­
age on B'roadway. W'Kl!l! BROS.
LOTS FOR SALE
LOTS—Buy a lot pi. $10.00 per montii
and tell your landlord he needn't
come around again. 1 have -some
good ones yon can buy on these
terms and Hie p.ice is right. F. L.
Young.
FOR SALE—$330 cash buys dandy
building site 30 feel southeast cor­
ner on Avenue A. Mest. residence
street, in Bismarck. Byrne Ab
stract.. OHice.
FOFrSAL E-'-yCdloi Toll I luTonf]
in Itiverview Addition sewer and
water sidewalk, all paid for in f"li
4 blocks l'rom post ollice $300.—
F. E. Young.
FOR-SALE—3Cfooi'Torne"uCsewer
and water near high school $130.
F. E. Young.
LOTS—$300 for 30 rt. east front
water and sewer. 2Vj blocks from
high school, llarvey Harris & Co.,
J. P. Jackson, manager.
For SALE-^y IxnuitifuT residence
lots on upper 7th, Sth, 9th and 10th
streets, close to o.npifol and school.
Best section of the city and afford
splendid building lots at small cost.
See D. J. McGillis.
SITUATIONS WANTED
ciy
WANTED-Position by bdy steno­
grapher with e." )e lence. Box Lti,
Ci'JV
WANTED—Position, by lady stenog­
rapher with experience. Box 20,
City.
MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE
FOR SALE—Tin hay crop for this
season on the south half of Section
22-13'8-79, Apple Creek township.
W. A. Ziegelmeyor, Decorah, Iowa.
FOR SALE—$19.30 sci or Dickens at
$10.00. Not one book soiled. Ad­
dress P. O. Box 2!)S.
FOR SALE—On reasonable terms,
one threshing outfit complete, is
good repair. Address, 55 Tribune
FOR SALE— Pintfonn spring wagon
two seats, with pole or thills. See
Faunce, Fourth St..
LOST AND FOUND
tlOST—r*air of kid gloves elbow
length dark tan. Finder, please
leave at Tribune office for reward.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT— Nicely"furnished room
in private family couple preferred.
Call at 317 Mandan Ave. or phone
30SX.
FOR~~FtENT—l!oo:is with goo.l board.
411 Fifth Street.
ROOM FOR RENT—tit: Sril St.
FOR RENT—noonu tor light house­
keeping and lodging. Dakota block.
Phone. 303.
FOR RENT—Clean, warm rooms
witJi board, at Dunraven Place. 212
Third St.
FOR RENT—Large front room, for
gentleman. 402, Sth St.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room
at 422 lt.h St.
MISCELLANEOUS
SAVE~HALF~Tbe cost ol want ads by
paying in idvance. When billed and
collected the rate is double
BUSINESS CHANCES
POR SALE OR RENT—Hub Kestaur
ant. with cigars and confectionery
and Hiving rooms in connection.
A good money making proposition
for a good restaurant man. John
Bailer, Beach, N, D.
£25p»»
I
TIMES 50 CTS.
TIMES 63 CTS.
TIMES 75 CTS.
TIMES 88 CTS.
TIMES $1.05 ..
4
5
MONTH $1.00
MONTH $1.50
MONTH $2.00
MONTH $2.50
MONTH $3.00
FOR SALE—General Merchandise
Store located at Tultle, North Da­
kota, everything new. Will sell
stock and building together, slock
will go between $(1300 and $(000.
Address S. I'.
B'oileau,
Broadway.
75: VJVSW "C COULD
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Steele. X. D.
Only $275 sccures small farm.
Terms will pay buyer share in proiits.
Guarantee seven per cent. Ideal
climate. Good markets. Fine inevst
nient whether you ever move on land
or not. Write quickly for views and
particulars. CI. W. Deen, Bo:: 431,
Waycross, Ga.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
WANTED—SafTdTTi horse must lie
lirst-class. Enquire Nellie Hinck­
ley or S. F. Lambert. Hryan I'tarn.
WANTED—3 to 7 room modern fur­|
nished house for ^enrleaian and
wife for the winter. Address lil,
care Tribune Oliiee.
WANTED—Modem nouse, near old
Higlt^fchool, by permanent tenant,
with .small children. Prefer about
f! or 7 rooms. Address No. 61, this
oilice.
vvANTtU—noaraers
at 410 Thayer
St. Phone. 143.
REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE—Talk to anyone who
lives in Riverview Addition and
then buy your lot from F. E. Vomi--.
FOR TRADE—Quarter section of
land for live passenger auto. 3I3
FOR SALE OR TRADE—1440-acre
cattle ranch in Stark Co., and grain
farm, 73 per cent plow hind, all
fenced, good buildings, timber and
coal, running water on land, 3 miles
from N. P. town $20.00 per acre,
or will trade for good hotel proper­
ly in western North Dakota. R. D.
Coonen, City iNatioual Bank Blk.,
Bismarck, N. D.
FOR TRADE—Farm S'/j miles from
Bismarck. Well improved, 120 acres
broke and in crop. Great opportun­
ity for dairy. Will trade for unim
prove land. It. D. Coonen, City Na­
tional Bank Blk.
DECORATING
THE BISMARCK SIGN CO. Expert
sign work of all kinds. Show cards
a specialty. 310 Eighth St. Phone,
Gt5R.
JANITOR WORK.
House cleaning, lawn and janitor
work. Phone 242R, Mr. Chase,
Fifth St.
SO!
WATCHMAKING
lixpert. guaranteed work lowest price.
JOHN" GASCHIv, Jeweler, Main Rt.
WIDGER'S CAFE
Best "place in town to eat. Regular'
meals or short orders. Next to Mc
Conkey's, on Sixth St.
GENERAL INSURANCE
tire, clail, casualty, Lue, Atlto and
Employers Liability Insurance, R. D.
Coonen, City National Bank Building.
Phone 172.
Every body is looking for
something and someone else
has it Tribuue want ads will
lind the one who owns it and
you can do the rest.
YOTT SELL anything you don't, need
through a want ad. Big bargains arej
advertised here every day. Careful
readers get them. Wiiy not you?
r'TEgaggrrit
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NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY
ADVERTISEMENT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
I that, certain mortgage, executed and
delivered by Reuben A. Wheeler an
I Malvina Wheeler (husband and wife),
'mortgagors, to V. B. Little, mortgagee,
jdated the 21st day of May, A. I..
nineteen hundred and nine, and filed
for record in the office of the leg
!ster of deeds of the county of I'.ur
leigh and slate of North Dakota, on
the 23th day ol May, A. I). I!)"!), and
recorded in book 24 of mortgage.-., ai
page 233, and assigned by said mort­
gagee by an instrument in writing to
C. II. Laufman, dated I lie 23rd day of
Ilecembi r, A. Ii. 1 !)•)'.», and filed lor
record ^n said office of the register
of deeds on the I'.oth day of Decem­
ber, A. D. liio'.i, and recorded in hook
ill of assignments of mortgages, on
•page
l-'iS
and re-a. signed by said '.
ill. Laufman by an instrument in writ­
ing to said I!. Little, dated the
2Clh day of .March, A. I). 1 !11, anil
filed for record in said office of the
register of deeds on the lfltli day of
June, A. D. 1913. and recorded in
I book 110 of assignments of mort­
gages, on .page 143, will be foreclosed
by a sale of the premi .os in such
mortgage and hereinafter described,
at the front door of the court house
iii the city of l.'ismarck, in the county
of Burleigh, and state of North Da
,kota, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.,
'on the 2Sth diiy of .Inly, A. D. 11)13.
•to satisfy the amount due upon said
I mortgage on the day of sale. 'I he
pif-inis'es' de.VerilVcri "ifT's'aTd"mortgage
iLinl wiiich w.ll be sold lo satisfy
the same, are situated in the county
of Bnrlegh. and stale of North T.»a
kola, and described as follows, towit:
The ca-'i one-half (E. 1--') of Sec­
tion Twenty-nine (29), in Township
,One Hundred and Forty-one (141),
]North, Range Seventy-nine (79), West
!of the Fifth (3th) Principal Meridian,
containing three hundred twenty
acres, more or less, accordng to I he
United States government, survey
thereof.
There will lie due on such mort­
gage at the dale of sale the sum of
52.319.3], together with taxes statut­
ory attorneys' fees and costs.
Dated at Bismarck, N. I)., tIlls 19th
day of June, 1913.
C. B. LITTLE,
Mortgagee.
H. C. 1VRADLEY,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Bismarck, N. 1).
(0—20, 27: 7—4, 11, IS, 23)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the Estate of Dan­
iel Torgerson, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un­
dersigned N'els A. Soderholm, Admin­
istrator of the Estate of Daniel Tor­
gerson, late of the township of Clear
Lake, in the County of Burleigh, and
State of North Dakota, deceased, to
the creditors of, and all persons hav­
ing claims against, said deceased, to
exhibit the:n with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice, to
said Administrator or his residence
in the township of Lien in said Bur­
leigh county
Dated June 20, 1913.
NELS A. SODERHOLM,
Administrator.
First publication on the 21st day of
June 13, A. D. 1913.
Chas. Boehmer drove frefill Grace
City, one of the new towns on the
Surrey line, to Boone, la., 830 miles in
thirty hours, running time.
Flax threshing is still under full
headway around Hannah, but most
farmers oxftocl: to take a lay-off and
celebrate the Fourth of July.
KINTYRE
Subject for next meeting will be
opened by Miss Grace Peters.
All Juniors are invited
Locals.
Mr. Wm. Stanek made a trip to
Napoleon last Saturday.
Some of the towns-people took in
the Old S'ettlers picnic held last week
at Steele.
Mr. Gronna is visiting several
iriends at Hebron during the week.
Dr. Ilammel of Mcintosh and Dr.
Carleton of Hebron attended the fun­
eral of Miss Mildred Lane.
The new telephone line being run
to Braddock and connecting it with
Kintyre, is being erected, and will go
as far north as Mr. J. C. Sisco's place
1
Mr. C. Myers of the local lumber
yard mada a business trip to Napo­
leon last Thesday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H- Hamel of Apple
ton, Wis., t.he parents of Mrs. Lane
are visiting at the home of the latter
fflVBM
By "HOP"
this week.
The Passing of Mrss Mildred Lane.
Tlu sudden death of Miss Mil­
dred Lane occured here last Saturday,
the 2:»th of .lune. She had ben suffer­
ing for a short tine from an attack
of tonsilitis, which ultimately develop­
ed into blood poisoning, the result of
(lie bursting of a blood vessel. Until
recently she was the very picture of
health and happiness. The news of
her death came aa a icrrible shock
to the entiro community, as she was
held in highest esteem and greatly
respected by all who kh'ew her. She
took a very practical interest in the
activities of the Kintyre church and
for this she will be especially remem­
bered.
Our ho irtfell sympathy is extended
lo I In' bereaved members of the fam
y.
The iniernrml took place last Sat­
urday evening at the Kintyre ceme­
tery, alter a brief service had been
held at her home. A memorial service
was held the next day at the. Presby­
terian church, conducted by Rev. .1. M.
Macmillan. Her favorite hymns were
sung by a number of the. ladies, anil
llu service was a very impressive one.
The entire congregation then march­
ed in processional order to the ceme­
tery. where, they all sang "We'll Nev­
er Say Good-bye in Heaven."
This hymn was also sung at the in­
terment.
The church was approptaireETTE
The church was appropriately dec­
orated and thoroughly indicated the
expression and K&tise of Jkiss felt^by
Tiir ile'f rr7'-'i7(Ts7
NEW LAWYERS
During the week the bar examiners
met at Grand Forks and as a result
of the examination new lawyers were
admitted to practice in North Dakota
as follows:
Fred Brockhoff, Grand Forks.
Elmer Barlund, Grand Forks.
F. G. Dougherty, Powers Lake.
D.
V. Eastman, Johnston.
C. It. Ellory, Grand Forks.
S. R. Foote, Grand Forks.
W. W. Harris, Hurdslield.
P. S. Jungers, Hebron.
John P. Kain, Wahpcton.
John L. Koeppler, Wahpeton.
Henry Leum, Mayville.
Fred Lembke, Grand Forks.
Emil A. Lohrke, Towner.
D. Bruce McDonald, Grand Forks.
Ross Mcintosh, Cavalier.
Wiliam G. Poole, Minot.
Harry Rittgers, Jamestown.
It. L. Roberts, Lakota.
V. E. Steenerson, Minot.
W. H. Sihbald, Minot.
Karl H. Stout, Minot.
A. J. Zoerb, Kenmare.
GLENCOE
C. King and family and Wm. Boyde
from Benly were down to Glencoe
fishing for a few days.
John Pounds who has ben running
an engine at Kintyre is back at his
old post on the stage line again.
Mrs. C. A. Wood of Semon, S. D.,
is here visiting her son L. B. Wood
of Glencoe.
E- R. Fenncy of Hazelton has pur­
chased the \V. 1. Anderson Reo car.
No hill is too big,for him to climb.
The general prospect for crops in
this vicinity arft very good.
11. II. Woodland of Glencoe has
started the basement for his new res­
idence cast of the store.
Frank and Simon Goughnon of Haz­
elton drove over to Glencoe with their,
buzz wagon. They report crops very
good in the locality of Hazelton.
H. D. Smith of the Coover ranch
has commenced to cut hay. He says
the frost will have to go some to
catch him this year.
Mr- A. McDonald who has been
state land commissioner the last six
years is again moving back to his
fam in Emmons county. We under­
stand he is to build-a new residence.
Let, the good work go o.
Margaret Thunell, a little 3-year-old
girl of Hankinson, fell head first into
a barrel oi water and was tound and
rescued jutt in time to save hur life.
To the corn rasing and ipolajo
growing contests for the hoys and
girls of La MoVire county has been ad­
ded a creamery, contest, by the cream*
ery at LaMoure.

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