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TWO LIST OF Moffit and Vicinity N. M. Marvel $ 10.00 John Owens 5-00 Valentine Benz 50.00 Martin Peterson 10.00 Mildred Jameson 5-00 T. G. Cooper 5.00 Jason Hoover 5.00 C. R. Bullock 10.00 W. H. Edson 5.00 John Bullock 5.00 Mikel Hanen 10 .,00 W. E. Nichol 10.00 Viggo Jensen 5.00 E. Watkins 5.00 Fay Johnson 10.00 L. D. Bailey 25.00 D. J. Bailey 5.00 Ralph Slater 5.00 Andrew Thompson 10.00 Moffit State Bank 50.00 J. P. Jensen 10.00 B. F. Lane 2.00 D. H. Werner 5.00 M. Knudson 1.00 Henry Eggen 5.00 Mrs. Sid Kendall 1.00 0. H. Slater 5.00 S. J. King 10.00 Sid Kendall 1-00 C'. E. Moffit 5.00 H. P. Asselstine 10.00 Ed.ward Olson 5.00 Total $305.00 Arena and Vicinity H. F. Williamson $ 10.00 Red Cross Basket Social ... 165.00 S. IJlvik 2.00 Geo. Bridgett 5.00 John Birkeland 5.00 A. C. Isaminger 15.00 Krogen & Boelter 25.00 Thos. Jacobson 5.00 A. F. Lutgens ... 5.00 ,'ty. M. Scott .! 10.00 '•'•Frank' Little 10.00 Guy Blake 5.00 H. B. Ford 5.00 John Hanson 3.00 B. Jacobson 5.00 C. F. Lambert 15.00 Grant Palms 5.00 Elmer Drumm 3.00 J. A. Davies 10.00 Fred Borth 1.00 G. E. Wilsey 1.00 L. H. Beall, Jr 10.00 R. L. Barlass 5.00 Helmer Helgeson 5.00 Wm. Gellner 5.00 Nels Halvorsen 5.00 C. N. Hendrix 10.00 W. B. lleaton 15.00 A. H. Unruh 5.00 David Olson 5.00 Gottlieb Leske 5 00 Halvor Paulson 5.00 Frank .Prater 10.00 H. L. y-aition .j 5 .00 Rudolf'Heid 5.00 Sivert Brenden 2.00 Wm. Ryan 10.00 Edward Cromwell 1.00 A. Cromwell 5.00 John Hein 2.00 Harry Hirers 10.00 John Jantz 3.90 Jakob Gellner 2.00 Redburn Bros S.00 Henry Borth 5.00 Christ Bippius 5.00 Mat Noonan ...'. 5.00 Jacob Gaub 1.00 H. A, Mutchler !... 15.00 Jacoft Webber 5.00 Andrew Kraft 4.00 Mrs. Wm. Derlin 1.00 Andreas Mehlhoff 3.00 John Wutzke 5.00i John Wensclag 1.00 Fred Haas 5.00 John Den wood 5.00 Jacob Wahl 5.00 E. A. Dow 1.00 Edward Cloud 1.00 Roy Newman 1.00 Alfred Lind 5.00 Wm. D. Deckert 5.00 Ed. Nygaard 10.00 Wilfred Jacobson 2.00 Carl Jacobson 5.00 Henry Ochsner 12.00 1. J. Berg 5.00 Peter I. Ensz 5.00 A. J. Anderson 5.00 C. Lewis Hagen 5.00 :Ji£t)ry Jacobson 5.00 Ole Sailde .. 5.00 Oscar1 Opoien 10.00 Seymour Arneson 10.00 Pelter Hill 5.00 'Matt Setala a. HI HOME A New Yorker, of wide experience, has written a book telling how the tobacco or snuff habit may be easily and quickly banished with delightful benefit. The author, Edward J. Woods, 1423 M, Station E, New York City, will mail his book free on re quest. The health improves wonderfully af ter tobacco craving is conquered. Calmness, tranquil sleep, clear eyes, normal appetite, good digestion, man ly vigor, strong memory and a gen eral gain in efficiency are among the many. benefits reported. Get rid of that nervous, .irritable feeling no more need of pipe, cigar, cigarette, cnuff or chewing tobacco to pacify morbid desire. 7t NEW RUSSELL HOTEL With new fire-proof annex 150 rooms—all outside All Modern Conveniences The only hotel in the down town district featuring room with private bath at $1.00 per day and up Roomswith running water 75c & up 4TH STREET SOUTH Between Hennepin and Nicollet MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Martin Ambers 5.00 J. N. Mickelson 5.00 Anna Ensz 1.00 S. O. Wenaas 2.00 John Katala .50 Ole O. Berg 2.50 E. O. Velure 2.00 John E. Gunderson 10.00 J. M. Lein 10.00 L. O. Bates 5.00 John B. Pederson 5.00 Mrs. Emily Nelson 5.00 Chris. Jodsaas 5.00 A. E. Ulvik 5.00 Jacob Berg, Jr 5.00 .Martin Anderson 10.00 C. M. Bjerk 5.00 David Schock 5.00 Michael Heid 5.00 Gerhard Wiens 3.00 Jacob Berg 8.00 E. B. Sauter 15.00 Fred Plines 10.00 Gottlieb Alexander 5.00 L. Rody 2.00 John Laib 10.00 Elmer Perry 10.00 Chris, Wageman 5.00 Geo. Pelil 10.00 Adam Mehlhoff 10.00 F. Kopp 1.00 Ingvald Eide 10.00 John Scherbenski 15.00 Gottlieg Leno, Jr "... 8.00 W. C. Weckerly 10.00 George Regier 5.00 John Mehlhoff 10.00 Gottlieb Delzer 5.00 Jakob Leno 5.00 August Hoeger 10.00 J. J. Brose 10.00 John Steinhilber 5.00 Total Olson ... Kolb RVy?Little. A Charley Kvasnnicka Newell Blexrud A. O. Skoglund Frank Michelsoii Philipp Schuh C. F. Lindsey Chas. L." Smith J. F. Little Edw. Hanson Arthur Worsham O. M. Colip A. T. Spangber'gV. Walter Peterson H. E. Baker'... Norton Strand A. H. Knowlton Andrew Holum Harold Hopton !A B. Stratton J. C. Ashlock Herbert Bailey Nels Aim W. H. Hollingsworth Walter Scott Louis Novy J. L. Greenan C. H. Perkins Arthur Ellingboe J. O. Lein B. R. Jahnke H. W. Walker F. P. Homan G. E. Brennise Fred Dimond P. S. Gutensohn J. W. Mattis Total .. 5.00 Alfred Arneson 10.09 MM $900.00 Keuruii and Vicinity Axel H. Lundberg First State Bank Regan State Bank A. V. Marcellus A. L. Games Albin Hedstrom C. W. Myers E. J. Pravda S. O. Harris C. J. Hallum Mowder Bros S. D. Munson Jake Fischer J. C. Olson S. L. Jordahl H. C. Schilling A. %. Parks Charles Dimond Ole Olson, Sr Wm. Ross O. It. Void John Langdahl H.*F. Dimond $ 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 25:00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 5.00 5.00 15.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 5.00 15.00 20.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 $632.00 Wing and Vicinity S. Nolan Jesse Mathison Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potts .. John Kananen G. Olgierson German State Bank Mrs. J. G. Tees Miss Alberta Tees Arthur Tees J. S. Tees Bessie M. Gray J. G. Bailey Lem Redburn Martin Anderson Christ Wolff E. Moses J. J. Miller, Jr Seth Glanville $ 2.00 3.00 5.00 1.00 20.00 100.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 Dan Luther 20.00 H. A. Kesler 11.00 N. M. Christenson 5.O0 Wenzel Kosinek' 1.50 Earl McElvain 1.00 Steve Backar 1.00 Paul Kremer .25 Jos. Novy 1.50 Paul Christenson ...: 2.00 Tom Novak, Sr 1.50 Joe Novak .50 John Novak :h-25 Dave Johnson 1.00 Ed. Steinlight 1.00 Joe Horvet .50 J. F. Horihen 5.00 C. M. O'Brien 5.00 Mrs. J. Fitzgerald 1.00 Delia Davenport 1.00 N. M. Christenson 1.00 Julia Christenson 1.00 Carl E. Johnson 1.00 Mrs. Carl E. Johnson 1.00 Mrs. Humphrey Bailey 1.00 Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald 1.00 Fred Paukert 2.00 E. M. Nolan .50 Wm. Nolan 1.00 G. E. Lindsey 2.00 Miss Agnes Horihen .25 Mrs. Clyde White .25 E. C. Harvey ,25 Miss Siiri Gylden .25 Pat Fitzgerald 1.00 Axel Sotfer 5.00 F. O. Bailey 1.00 C. J. Rhodes 2.00 E. E. Williams 1.00 Geo. Mauch 3.00 Geo. Orza 1.00 Gladys Williams (l .10 Mrs. Mary Bailey 1.00 Mrs. Jane Bailey ........ 1.00 Wilkinson & Scallon 50.00 Geo. F. Huguet 4.00 Amiel Piepkorn 10.00 Wm. Young 2.25 W. B. Trice 10.00 Charlie Edwards 5.00 Conrad & Ularek .... 5.00 Dave Josephson 2.00 Alexander Miller 5.00 Geo. R. Case 5.00 Jno. Mueller 5.00 August Kangas 1.00 Moritz Pollack ...... 1.00 25.00 J. J. Scallon 20.00 G. A. Beardsley 5.00 Wing Farmers' Co-operative Association 100.00 E. M. Nolan 5.00 R. G. Marchant 5.00 O. R. Toliver 5.00 Ben McCloskey 5.00 Isaac Kennila 5.00 Florence Lake School Dist. 47.03 Heino Aho .. 1.00 Geo. Anderson. 15.00 Roy Bond 5.00 Romeo Bailey 5.00 Dick Brey 1.00 T. R. Brunick 5.00 Alexander Cromwell .. 5.00 Edward Cromwell .... 1.00 Carl Curtis 1.00 Peter Detlef 5.00 Jack Dickey 5.00 Joe Doherty 2.00 S. E. Dronen 2.00 Celia Edelberg 2.00 5.00 Morris Erickson 5.00 Edwards Bros 2.00 Farmers State Bank .. 100.00 Jas. Fitzgerald 1.00 Jonathan Glanville 5.00 Albert Gray C.00 Oscar Holme .50 G. A. Hubbell 20.00 Clyde Harvey 4.00 O. H. Hanson 5.00 Wm. Haley •. Henry Heider 5.00 ..... 5.00 Harry Hedstrom 5r00 John Hill 5.00 Edgar Hamlin 5.00 5.00 Bob Jones 5.00 Fr.edi Josephsofl 'IV v, 5.00 Wm. Josephson 5.00 Albert Josephson 1.00 Chast. E. Josephson ... 5.00 Elm^r ..Josephson 5.00 Harry Knowles ..... 5.00 K. R. Knowles ti.OO J. A. Koliler 5.00 C. P. Kopplin 15.00 Albert Little 5.00 Hiram Landers 30.00 Kusta Lehto 5.00 Jos. Kremenetsky (5.00 Boyd Mitchell 5.00 Andrew Nivo 4.00 Nels A. Niemie .50 John Pesonen 1.00 Geo. Piepkorn 2.00 O. F. Pesonen 50.00 A. E. Pavey 5.00 Jens Robertson 5.00 Jacob Springer 5.00 C. A. Stratton 5.00 Eino Saari 1.00 Owen Tice 5.00 Oscar G. Wietstock 2.50 Geo. A. Wagner 1.00 John Webber, Sr 1.00 R. A. Yeater 2.00 Wing Mercantile Co. ... 200.00 Homer II., Kerr. 10.00 |)*nf'Hein V..., .. j. W Glynd 21......... Total I'..' Still and Vicinity IT. W. Rand Mose Mathison Otto K. Knutson H. M. McDaniel Wm. O. Laveen Carl A^0|uison ........... Chad'.' Pvmrom ............ A. N. Tosseth Heddor Johnson H. F. Johnson Oscar A. Sundquist C. L. Johnson A. M. Johnson Victor Coleman W. D. Perkins Mrs. V. L. Anderson T. F. Hill Ralph N. Nelson John Anderson Ole Haigstrom Erick' Pcrsions Nels Johnson Fred Kanski E. Lange A. A. Johnston John Sandberg Frank Matson John Vollan N. A. Magnusson A. McCay Harry M. Parsons Mrs. Louis Lind W. C. Jackson S. M. Love N. O. Ekanger Mrs. Edna Erickson J. R. Hilsdorf C. H. Richards F. W. Seeley C. J. Krotz E. H. Broehl Lee Power J. G. Michelson J. W. Gramling Axel E. Johnsdn Geo. Hagelman T. E. Rogers J. H. Ozmun John Fennar A. H. Olson Oscar Fosbcrg Ray Mooter M. C. Anderson C. L. Malone J. M. Thompson Lura Thompson P. E. Olson W. R. Kinzley 2.00 •. 25.00 F. J. Hugufet' 5.00 .$127S.38 $ 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 20.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 10.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 .50 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 'i"' .. .. -t-.: •''•••-. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE NEWEST 0. S. AMI HOUSE KB 10 "IM" AND"GEf!" It's "Criddap!" and ''Whoa!" in driving this new fanglcd "army borse." which is replacing the four-footer in Uncle Sam's amy but when it balks, instead of a whip, the driver takes out his tools opens up the ''horse'' and doctors up its inners. It is steered like a horse,, with reins, and is stopped 1)v pulling both reins at once. Anil it goes "like sixty." At present, it is helping recruiting in New York. fD0BAZ,Z0|^ By MILTON BRONNER. Washingtori, July G.—Military men and travelers here familiar with the situation in the Balkans are confident) that 'if, .the allies determine upon a real offensive northward from Mon aster, tiie abdication of King Constan tine of Greece and the return to pow er of former Premier Venizelos make the job about 100 per cent easier. Some strategists hold the real key to winning tfoe war is in a campaign through Serpfo,, with the idea of cut ting the ^Bwfin-Gonstantinople rail road. Worry abciut the allied flank and rear kept the armies under Gen. Sar rail marking time for months in north ern Greece. Command of the Greek situation improves* the case in three particulars: 1—The allies can land men, food and munitions at Western Greek ports near the heel of Italy, involving a sea trip of but a few hours, instead of the seven dtfy trip from Marseilles to Salonika through the submarine infested Aegean sea. 2—The allies no longer need fear What a Greek army under Constan tine might have attempted to do. 3—If they choose, the allies can commandeer the wljeat supplies of the rich plains of Thessaly. This iine is held by Italian troops By possession of Monastir the allies are within 16 miles of Prilep and Veles, which cau be taken after one A. F. Anderson 5.00 Thomas H. Scott 5.00 Anonymous 1.00 Total $275.50 Baldwin and Vicinity Baldwin State Bjink $ 34.00 Baldwin Presbyterian Church 12.00 Martin Bourgois F. J. Kocher, Jr 1.00 Frank Kocher a.00 Enoch Carlson 1.00 Albert Larson 1.00 Waiter Johnson 1.00 George Larson 1.00 Porter E. Nelson 1.00 Earl Ward 5.00 B. F. Lawyer 10.00 H. Harvey 5.00 Pete Luybcn 10.00 H. G. Higgins 25.00 Blanche Luyben 1.00 Percy Freeman 1.00 E. E. Strnndemo 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lip 10.00 Pearl M. Bartoa 2.00 Total $150.00. Bismarck and Vicinity Ray Halvor $ 5.00 C. F. Fulton 5.00 R. E. Willman 5.00 J. F. Campagna 5.00 Fred Hastings, 5.00 A. Hendrix .'. 10.00 Francis Jaszkowiak 5.00 W. M. Vornholt l. 00 Total $ 41.00 Recapitulation Previously reported $30,811.64 Wing 1,278.38 Still 275.50 Baldwin 150.00 Bismarck 41.00 Grand total $32,556.52 The members of the teams which made the work such a success are: WOMEN'S TEAMS Mrs. W. C. Cashman. Mrs. F. S. Morey. Mrs. A. S. Hoffman. 1 :",vk,".»ucrr»^. ALLIED DIE III BALKANS HAY YET DECIDE THE WAD beSsrabb/ MESIAR y\ 7 MONTEv t-BUKHARESrO corsuomno ^"ERIlgp VELES GMEECEi From the heel of Italy, sailing from the ports of Brindisi and Atranto, it is but a few hours' trip to Albania, and ships can go safe from submarines by travel ing at night. The Italians have constructed a fine motor roadway from Albanian ports to Monastir, the allies' furthest point north. It also shows Prilep and Voles, which would be the first objective, after which they would have to take Uskub. From this point they could either keep astride the rail road and move northward on Nish, or eastward across the plains up on Sofia. In possession of either city, they could cut the railroad between Berlin and Constantino ple. smash through a mountain range di rectly south of them. Once the allies have these two towns, they can turn the big ©abouna range by flanking it and fighting their way 40 miles to Us kub,' key to the allied objective. At present tlic allies have a line between 250 and 300 miles. It runs from Axalona, Albania, to Lake Och rida, to Monastir in Serbia, over to railroad that leads directly to Nish. Lake Dorian and then to the gulf of: They could then either follow this Kavala, where tho trenches face Ka-| railroad to Nish or go across the pla vala, Greek city given over to the teau to Solia. Bulgarians by command of Constan tine. o'.i tl'.c est, then a Russian division,, cut off Turkish grain from shipment three Serb amies, lie French in Var dir valley and around Lake Dorian, then the British in Struma valley. At Uskub they would be astride a Capture of either of these "Cities would cut the railroad between Ber lin and Constantinople. This would to Germany, and woqld prevent the Turks getting ammunition from Ger many, so it is figured Turkey and Bulgaria, for largely the same rea sons, would quickly have to get out of the war. Mrs. R. Mobley. Mrs J. A. Hauey. Mrs. J. A. Flow. Mrs. H. L. Simmons. Mrs. A. P. Lcnhart. Mrs. Burt Finney. Mrs. Elizabeth Geiermann. Mrs. R. H. Thistlethwaite. Mrs. H. P. Goddard. Mrs. G. L. Price. Mrs. II. J. Zimmerman. Mrs. J. P. French. Mrs. L. A. Schipfer. Mrs. F. E. McCurdy. Mrs. B. C. Marks. Mrs. O. N. Dunham. Mrs. W. F. Crewe. Mrs. W. E. Lahr. Mrs. W. C. Taylor. Mrs. J. L. Whitney. Mrs. L. H. Richmond. Mrs. H. J. Linde. Mrs. J. I. Willson. Mrs. Chas. Staley. Mrs. A. W. Snow. Mrs. C. C. Wattam. Mrs. G. B. Allen. Miss Jessie M. Ramp. Mrs. W. B. Falconer. Mrs. C. M. H. Hollst. JWEJi'S TEAMS O. N. Dunham. I'. C. Remington. J. L. Bell. L. E. Opdyke. W. H. Webb. Jr. O. W. Roberts. G. N. Keniston. Otto Holta. C. L. Young. P. R. Fields. F. L. Conklin". Benton Baker. F. L. Shuman. J. P. Jackson. R. C. Battey. A. W. Lucas. J. L. George. C. M. Henry Hollst. H. T. Murphy. G. C. Wachter. .• L. K. Thompson. Dr. W. H. Bodenstab, TP ejpjilivm, •cvTnSk PHL'LLIP No guess work You can know J. C. Anderson. F. E. Young. G. F. Dullam. Rev. Fr. Hiltner. Dr. M. W. Roan. Sam H. Clark. W. A. McDonald. N. A. Mason. H. H. Steele. D. T. Owens. Baldwin H. G. Higgins. Wins G. A. Hubbell, G. Olgierson, E. C. Evans. Still W. O. Laveen. Kcgan A. L. Garness. Arena F. E. Lambert -j* Hrisdiflf I, Geo. V. Cunhingharii: McKenzje P. P. Bliss, S. R. Day/Wi L. Wat son, Jerry Sweeney, F. M.: Leathers. Sterling S. T. Parke, H. E. Wildfang. Menoken A. T. Welch, C. D. King. Moftit Lloyd Rockwood, Valentine Benz. Brittin F. E. Galloway. GOODRICH MAN SAW RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Some new, interesting viewpoints of the world war were disclosed by Vic tor van der Linde, Goodrich represen tative who returned from war ridden Europe June 19. Starting last Christmas Mr. van der Linde traveled through Norway, Swe den, Finland and Russia, doing spe cial technical work for the Goodrich company. He spent considerable time in Moscow and Petrograd. Mr. van der Linde was in the Russian capitol when the revolution broke out and witnessed the exciting times attend ing the abdication of the czar and the seizing of the government by tho council of soldiers of working men. "I have great confidence in the new Russian government doing its share in the struggle against German auto cracy," said 'Mr. van der Linde. "The new government is determined to stand shoulder to shoulder with Eng land, France and the United States. The soldiers are over anxious to con tinue the fight. But the dissension has been among the working men en gaged in manufacturing munitions of war. The workers are virtually on a general strike for higher wages." "The American commission, headed by Elihu Root, have put new confid ence into the Russian people. When the workers return to their shops and supply the'soldiers with clothing, food and ammunition Russia will fight as she never has before: in her his tory." WORLD'S WORK FOR JULY. General von Bissing did not order the execution of Miss Edith Cavell. The true story of that crime is told by 'Dr. Vernon Kellogg of the com mission for the relief of Belgium, in the World's Work for July. In the same article, "What Mr. Hoover Said to Mr. Lloyd George," Dr. Kel logg alsd gives Mr. Hoover's own memorandum of the famous conver sation that made possible the work of the commission for the relief of Belgium. "In Petrograd During the Seven Days" by Arno Dosch Fieurot is a pic ture of the street scenes during the historic-week of the revolution, with interviews with some of the leaders obtained while the revolution was in progress. The life stqry of Sims, the Cana dian -born commander of our fleet in European waters, and of Pershing, the lad born in poverty in Missouri, who has risen to be America's ranking fighting general, is told in two arti cles. "If America Were Bone Dry" expresses the case against liquor in FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917. You will get good results and have heathful, whole some foods by using Ask your grocer—he knows A S. F. Lambert. *4i R. L. Best. R. M. Bergeson. Lynn Sperry. Teams ouside of Bismarck: terms of the money that would be saved and the men that would be released for productive labor. Ray Stannard Baker tells why "Th£ Negro Goes iNorth," John K. Barnes "Why You Can't Speculate," and Alice Mary Kimball the reasons for the work of "The Big Sisters of the Lonely Girl." George Marvin explains the reasons for expecting "Our Gibraltar" to be located in the Virgin island's. "The March of Events" is an interpretation of current progress.. Game Laws in the Bible. If you wish to know tho tirst game law ever enacted for the protection of birds turn to the Book of Deuteronomy, 22:6. George Gussnefs Big Ktinch of 700 acres is offer ed for sale it is situated only 0110 and one-half miles from the .Northern Pacific depot. This Ranch has alt llie improve ments necessary i'or growing feed stabling and fattening 1000 head of cattle at one time for a period of from four and one-half to five months. It too would be«a Great Ranch on which to raise and handle thoroughbred slock, and a place of this kind is very much needed in and around Bismarck at the present time The place is newly built up and in a manner to last, so very little improvements will be needed for years to come. There is enough sand and gravel on the place to build another Bismarck. From t'liese beds of sand find gravel I am making daily deliveries to con tractors and builders in Bismarck and vicinity as well as shipping it away to out-of-town parties, whi(eh pays one a good yearly re venue. Some man who has vision enough to see more than a year ahead can take this ranch and clean up a fortune in a very few years. Over 400 acres of growing al falfa on the Ranch which cuts three times a year, giving the ranch every advantage for the fattening of sows and pigs, as they do well on alfalfa. If 'being locstted so near the city it. will be but a short time when pne eonld cut up a great part of the place into city lots which would pay for the place at the present price many times over. For 25 years I have labored to make of this Ranch an ideal Pack ing Plant, until today with a very little outlay of money one could .have a plant of this kind second to none in all the northwest. There is a trackage on the place electric jwwer by the Ranch, tele phone on same, besides water works system funning thru it to Fort Lincoln. I also have for sale or to leasd some good sections of Pasture land. Parties at all interested should investigate this too. George Gussner 1 1 Wl ..