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Miss Anna Kulackowski and Nick
Za/.ulu wen* united in the holy bonds
o' matrimony last Sunday in the
p/esence of a large Catherine of
'ii-n.UI and relatives. The bride is
i. of the most, popular young ladies
o Wilton mid the groom also is well
uomlTut the eity having had employ
ent for some time at the Washburn
?, coal company. Mr. and Mrs.
i/nia will make their home ill Wil
t n
Mir. <i. W. Stewart has returned
aut Bismarck when* she had gone
'i medical l reatment.
Mrs. Walter Peterson will go to
Wil Liston the latter part of the
■ mth where she will represent the
ral Auxiliary to the American Le
rtt the state convention. Mrs.
Hie Gilmore also experts to attend
! convention which is to he neld
Williston June 25-26.
Ifonvi'rank Milhollan gave a politi-
I address in Woodman hall Salur
<l y flight which was well attended.
■ '•*.' Milhollan is peeking renomina
t .11 as Railroad Commissioner on
i 1 w* league ticket.
Prof. H. M. Hem and Mrs. Hem of
. fianioose were among the business
v. ileifc in town the past week.
Miss Esther Olson lias returned
oht a ten days visit with relatives
lirainerd, Minnesota. Miss Olson
i aeeompanied to Braincrd by
i th Prazitz.
1. .1. Schmid of T lie Wilton Bank
s returned from a short visit to
rgo where lie attended the annual
cling of the Shriners ot which he
, a member.
Max Fishman has returned from a
•cits stay in Grand Forks where he
tended to various matters of a 1 us
oss nature.
Chas. Rowe accountant for Has
•ns-Sells of Minneapolis is in the
ty checking up for the local mine.
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Eastman and
n Allan will leave soon for a weeks
sit at Wadena and other Minnesota
. vints. .
Superintendent Codding has re
plied from Grand Forks whej*e he
. .tended the annual conference of
£ *hool superintendents.
Rev. F. L. Watkins of Bismarck,
uperintendent of the North Dakota
Enforcement league will speak in
Grand theatre Sunday morning, his
übjeet for the occasion will be
fThe Law”. An invitation is extend
ed to all who care to be present.
Memorial Day services under the
inspires of the American Legion will
lie held in this city Friday. The
parade will start at ten o’clock to
the cemetery where the graves of all
\eterans and soldiers will be decor
si u'd. A brief program will be given
at eleven o’clock in Grand theatre,
((insisting of special music and brief
addresses. The public is invited to
he present.
Mr. and Mr 9. Louis Zollar have re
turned from a short wedding trip to
Minnesota points. Mr. Zollar ex
pects to go to Underwood as relief
Fgent in a few days.
“The Arrival of Kitty” the three
hot farce given by the members of
the senior class of the local high
school was greeted by a lull house.
The play which was given in Grand
theatre last Wednesday evening was
tme of the best ever put on by local
talent and compared very favorably
with many we have seen staged by
more experienced actors. Thomas
Truax as Bobbie Baxter and Leon
ard Ffinn as William Winkler were
life leading characters in the play,
r.rtrt were ably supported by tne oth
er members of the cast. The players
made trips to Washburn and Turtle
Lake the past week and gave the play
to paeked houses at both places.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Olson .spent
Friday in Minot where they attended
n celebration staged by the Norwe
gians of the northern part of the
state in commemoration of the separ
ation of Norway and Sweden, A
large number of Norwegians from all
ever the northwestern part of the
state were present at the celebra
Pete Lief and team of ball play
ers will go to Coleharbor Memorial
Day where they will play against the
Coleharbor team in the afternoon.
0. W. Roberts, weather man of
Bismarck has returned to that city
after a short visit in Wilton with his
son Warder Roberts and family.
Wilton was visited with a blanket
of snow Friday morning which seem
ed queer for this time of year. Local
old timers say this is the most back
ward season they have ever witness
ed and blame it on the past mild
winter. Maybe we are going to have
slimmer all winter and winter all
summer, anyhow it begins to look
that way. Local farmers complain
That the grass is too short for
lurage with the result they still have
lo feed their stock hay. But those
tvith friends in lowa and Minnesota
*say things are the same therfc. Min
nesota is not much ahead of North
'Dakota in weather conditions.
i Miss Lorene Heston has returned
from a short visit with Relatives in
ithe eastern part of the state. Miss
Heston visited at Fargo, Lakota and
. .Volley City while away.
John Pitzer and family who left
Jiere some time ago for Salem, Ore
gon are on their way back to North
Dakota, although they left here with
the intention of making Oregon their
home. Evidently Mr. Pitzer did not
.fine a bed of roses to land in and de
cided old North Dakota, was the best
place after all. Mr. Pitzer will get
here in time to attend the meeting
jf the Grand Lodge in Fargo ho
Jrptees, which is to be held the first
****&s&*' He iaJto* m line for
Deputy Grand Master which is the
second highest office in the Odd
Fellows lodge.
Max Fishman tins installed a com
plete modern c reurn testing equip
ment in his store.
Miss Alice Sonderquist arrived last
week from Chicago to visit with her
pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole iaonder
qili. I.
Julius Meyer of Baldwin was here
on political business last week.
Commixsioner Oscar Packman and
Auctioneer Thompson were among
the business callers in town the lat
ter part of th(* week from nearby dis
Mrs. Milo Christ kin sen and two
children Howard and Orvetta have
left for an ext ended visit to the west
They will visit at Seattle for sev
eral weeks and later to Los Angeles
and other southern California points
returning home by the Southwest
R, Miller local cattle buyer spent
the fore part of the week in Bis
marck attending to business matters.
R. C. Pravitz .station agent attend
ed the Memorial services which were
given by the Linton Eastern Star
Tuesday evening for members who
have passed away during the past
year. Among them were Mrs. Prav
itz who died last fall.
W. .1, Church candidate for Com
missioner of Agriculture and Labor
and C. A. Fisher candidate for State
Treasurer will speak in the Wood
man hall in Wilton on Tuesday eve
ning June 3rd. The present issues
confronting the people of the state
will be discussed in a*most efficient
manner and an invitation extended
fhc voters to be present. Other poli
tical speakers will address Wilton
residents before election day at
which time the opposite side will, he
heard from. Both Mr. Church and
Mr. Fisher have the endorsement of
the Nonpartisan league.
A special meeting of ex service
men was held in the Legion rooms
Monday evening. At this meeting
arrangements for conducting the
Memorial services for departed com
rades were discussed.
Mrs. Ole J. Olson was hostess to
the Wilton homestead No. 130 at her
home Friday evening.
Beautiful and impressive were the
Commencement exerciess which were
held Tuesday evening in Grand thea
tre in honor of the thirteen grad
uates for the local high school. It
was with a feeling of sorrow inter
mingled with joy that we gazed on
the bright young faces ns they re
ceived their diplomas, fitting reward
for work well done. Sorrow that
soon we must part from our loved
school mates and joy that the long
hard grind is at last completed. No
more shall we hear their meiry
voices resounding through the class
rooms, hut out in the busy world
each will seek the vocation he or she
is best fitted for. Perhaps some day
some will return to guide the reluc
tant feet of the younger generations
along the thorny paths of knowledge.
Some may make their names heard
around the world, some will take
humble places in the great work of
the world, hut all will do their part
where ever they may he that the
world will he the better for their
j having lived in it.
The Baldwin school gave a picnic
at the school house Friday which was
attended by almost one hundred,
composed of teachers, scholars, par
ents and patrons of the school.
Games were played and a sumptuous
picnic dinner was served at noon
topped by the ice cream which was
furnished by Mr. Gehrke our local
merchant free of charge. A most en
joyable time was had by all who
were in attendance. Out of town
guests were Miss Wilma Graham
high school student of Wilton and
Misses Gertrude Fricke and Gladys
Rupp high school students of Bis
marck. The vacation period began
this week to continue until fall. The
seventh grade pupils will go to the
school Thursday of this week to take
final examination in geography which
was delayed.
A number of Baldwin residents
went to Bismarck to attend the Com
mencement exercises at which Miss
Laura Rupp local girl graduated.
Frank Barnes who is connected
with the City National Bank of Bis 1
marck was caller in town recently.
Mr. Barnes who had just made a trip
to the Garrison district said eigTit
inches of snow fell near that city
Thursday night. Baldwin also was
visited by snow which had practical
ly all disappeared by noon Friday.
The cold weather has retarded farm
work considerably and feed is run
ning low on many farms. Pastures
are slow on account of the unfavor
able weather conditions.
Several local residents motored to
Wilton Saturday night to attend the
political address which'was given by
Commissioner Milhollan in Grand
George Whittie, well known farm
er of the Regan district was trans
acting business in town Saturday.
Mr. WFhitte who at one time lived in
this district said there would be a
great deal of corn planted in his
neighborhood this year, and a notice
able decrease in wheat. *
Quite a few frorp this district at
tended the dance which was given at
the John Eliason farm Saturday
The""Brown boys from the Stilt dis.
trict were recent callers in town.
John Rupp trill leave in the near
future for Northern Minnesota Where
he will'he a guest at the home of his
daughter Mrs. Claus Garmer and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Garmer own a
fine lake resort near Clear Lake,
Darwin Beers who has been repair
ing the well on the Lahr farm east of
town has moved his outfit hack to
Several from this district attend
ed the graduation exercises at Wil
ton which were held the fore pait of
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kuhlmrr and
daughters, Irene Iris and Doris were
among the recent visitors in town.
1 he Kuhlmer family whose home is
at Pasadena, California had been vis
iting friends and relatives at their
old home in Ward county near Minot
for several weeks and stopped here
on their way to Bismarck and Man
dan. Mr. Kuhlmer said they had
left Ward county about ten years
ago and were surprised to see the
fine corn which had been raised by
thvir neighbors last year. He stated
that conditions in California were
not nearly as rosy as had been paint
ed, that it required work and lots of
it to make a living,there and he ad
vised anyone who was so fortunate
as to own land here to stick to it.
He intimated that he was sorry he
had left the state, .although by hard
labor he and his family now oxvncd
a comfortable ranch near Pasadena.
He declared the man who had but a
few dollars was a fool to go West
as there were twice as many seek
ing work as there wem jobs. He
also said that the wholesale slaugh
ter of ‘dairy cattle was raising hnvic
with the dairy business of his state
and prophesied that it would tak■*
many years to overcome the damage.
Before returning to California the
Kuhlmer family plan on visiting rel
atives in Minnesota, Wisconsin and
lowa. Mr. Kuhlmer and family made
the complete trip in theii Willy?
Knight car and said their only ex
pense so far had been for oil and
gas. They said the roads between
Baldwin and Minot were ir, very good
condition. This is the first time Mr.
Kuhlmer and family have visited in
North Dakota since they left and
they said they were planning on a
three months vacation.
Julius Meyer local farmer visited
in the capital city the latter part of
the week.
Ed. Morris of the Regan district
was among the business callers in
town Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Julia Reinchle has closed a
successful term of school west of
here and will return to her homo in
Minnesota at an early date.
Mr. and Mrs. George Helling visit
ed in town last week while enroute
to Bistfiarck from their home at
Minot. .The Helling family are form
ed residents of the town at one time
Mr. Belling was connected with the
Baldwin State bank.
The many friends of Gottleib Ilil
ken old time resident of Baldwin will
he interested in knowing he is now
living near Garrison where he makes
his home with his daughter. Mr.
Hilken is one of the first settlers
in Baldwin where he lived for about
forty years, leaving this community
about two years ago.
Miss Ethel Little has returned
from a weeks visit in the capital city.
Mrs. Nels Anderson was a visitor
in the capital city Wednesday after
Ernest Bnumgart motored to Bis
marck the latter part of the week
and was a week end visitor at the
home of his mother Mrs. Mathilda
Several from this community went
to Bismarck Saturday to attend the
funeral rites of E. A. Dawson pioneer
grocer of that city. Mr. Dawson was
well known in Baldwin having visited
here n number of times.
Mr. Ludwig Spitzer who has been
on the sick list for several weeks is
again able to be up and around.
A recent letter from Charlie Spit
zer former Baldwin resident who
lives near North Yakima, Washington
says they had a hard frost out there
in blossoming time with the result
the fruit crop has been badly dam
aged. Charlie has a fine apple or
chard and of recent years has been
shipping a car of apples here which
he sells direct to the public.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brownawell
and little son, Bobby, of Bismarck
«pent the week end visiting at W.
11. Brownawell’s.,
J. S. Swanson is remodeling his
house and furnishing it with modern
Ernest Saville and two of his
young sons went to Napoleon, Wed
Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson ac
empanied by Mr. Peterson’s father
and Mrs. Olof Feltheim of Braddock
made a business trip to Bismarck
The county has started'to turn
pike the Yellow Trail through this
A good hand-mgde double harness
was stolen from the barn on the R.
J. Elliott home, one night Ir/,t week.
Mrs. H. A. Carisle went to Bis
marck, Monday, to get some dental
work done.
C. A. Swanson and William Meyers
of Driscoll were c tiling on friends
in Wild Rose, Tuesday.
H. A. Carisle and son, Dwight, dug
out a den of eight coyote*.
The Bth grade state examinations
were given at school No. 2 the fore
part of the week.
Mrs. S. B. Gooding returned home
from Bismarck last week where she
had been staying a short time. .
Dwight Carisle played ball in
Moffit, Sunday, with the Mioffit
-team against Temvik. The Moffit
team won with a score of 6 to 4.
Minot, May 20.- Continued drag
ging of the Mouse river in Minot
today had failed to rcveul any trace
of a man whom small hoys reported
last evening to police had walked
into the river and disappeared from
sight. Firemen and police dragged
the river for a considerable period
lif t night and continued this morn
ing without avail.
Paris, May 2!). —Pierre Paul Gam
bon, former French ambassador to
London, died at his home here Inst
How to Guard
Against Appendicitis
The best way to guard against ap
pendicitis is to flush both upper and
lower bowel once a week with simple
glycerine, buckthorn hark, etc., as
mixed in Adlerika. Most medicines
act only on lower bowel hut Adlerika
■ids on BOTH upper and lower bowel
and removes all poisons. Helps any
°ase gas on stomach in TEN min
utes. Excellent for obstinate con
stipation. Jos. Breslow, druggist.—
Too Late To Classify
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including first floor with sun
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Finest loention in the city. Sick
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vacant. Inquire 208 3rd St.
Butterfly wings with, a bit of
glowing color introduced in the
lower dnatfery are exquisite on
georgette frocks of misty gray or
Requests having been made
of me by several mothers to
enter my name at the school
election June 3, I have filed
for this position and ask the
support of the voters of Bis
Beatrice Mann.
Get your “straw” at Klein’s
“It’s The Only Medicine That
Helps Me And I Think The
World Of It ” Says Mrs.
i j
“That my weight has increased
from 120 to 165 pounds tells the
story of what the Tanlac treatment
did for me better than words,’’ is
the statement of Mrs. R. 0. Baird,
626 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.
"Nervous indigestion had pulled
me down 50 pounds in weight and
left my health almost completely
wrecked. I couldn't eat without
suffering pain and misery and was
nearly frantic from loss of sleep.
"Tanlac gave me the best appe
tite and digestion of my whole life
and soon had me feeling healthy,
happy and strong. It certainly was
a joyous surprise the way this med
icine brought back my health,
weight and strength. It is the only
medicine that helps me and I think
the world of it.”
Tanlac is for sale by all good
Gur store wilt be closed Friday “
.(Memorial Day) Afternoon.
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We invite yon, however, to make your
selections of Fruit and Vegetables for
your Saturday needs, from our window
Friday evening, then call (34 > and be
assured of Service and Quality.
Exclusive-Agents for Chase & Sanborn’s
Kir,lit.v pnstors and delegates at
tended the annual North Dakota con
fticnee of the Evangelical church at
Dtiiki', I)., wliich closed Sunday
Appointments made at the sessions
al l as follows:
Bismarck district, (\ A. Bremer,
pics:ding elder; H. Lehner, Ashley;
I, K. Bel*zer, Balfour; C. F. Strut/.,
Jiisnian k; E. K. Ileimer, Chasoley;
F. \\ r . A trie, Drake-Annmoose; O. \v
I* ui n I la/mi; 11. Lutz, llelnon; It.
A Saylor, lleil; A. (ie'hr.ng, Kulm;
Joint Fischer. Lehr; R. Hloedau, Lin
ton; William Itutschat, Martin; Aflg
u.st Dumke, MeCluSky; A. Erin I.
Streeter; Carl Bach, Tuttle; Under
wood to la* supplied; William tork
lujtn, Wishek; .). (Jraeben. Balfour*
and E. Loewen, Hazen. and IL f mi
ll en, ltismarck, were appointed mem
hers of the quarterly conference.
Fargo district, F. 11. Brockmueller,
piesidintr elder; <•. C. Thiele, Alice;
Call Hii ning, Bantry-Gardena; IL C.
F. Knuth, Bowhells-Des Lacs; O. U.
Breaw, Cavalier; Chaffee, to ho sup
plied; Ellendule to he supplied; J. J.
Cothcridtre. Fargo; Wiley L. Hoy.
Grand Forks; Emil Mueller, Cioat
Bind; A. W. Heidinger, Holmes; R.
E. Strut/., Jamestown; Lisbon, to ho
supplied; Ira Herzberg, Marion; K.
J. Sehroeder, McArthur-Donaldson;
J. J, Sehroeder, Osnabrock; Thief
River Falls, to be supplied; Floyd
Bream, Wyndmere; E. J. Bechtel,
field secretary of the Florence Crit
tenton home; H. E. Berjrland, Wynd
mcre; A. F. Herzberg. Alice; E. E.
Movius, Great Bend; H. Pope, Thief
River Falls, members of the quar
terly conference.
Mrs. Anna Stark, member of the
city park commission, is supervis
ing the preparation for planting of
500 geranium plants with salmon
tinted blossoms in the Civic Memor
ial Park on Collins avenue. The
geraniums will be hacked by blue
gentians and phlox; there will, be
two big beds of the deep red can
nas and other beds of pink and
lavender asters.* It is the plan to
develop the little park into a riot of
color, the commissioner said.
Dan Edwards, colored, who was
arrested Monday afternoon on char
ges of grand larceny in connection
with the alleged theft of a shotgun
from Clove Kennelly, purloined for
the purpose of killing Otto Bauer
and W. A. Lantfermnn, refused to
accept a preliminary hearing before
a justice of the peace and is held
in county jail in default of $2,000
hondU-So far lie had not retained
counsel. No further charge other
than Kitnd larceny lias as yet been
placeo’fagainst him.
5-29-3 t
Formal installation of the Mandan
Voiture 40 and 8 will take place at
a special meeting called for 7:150
o’clock Thursday evening at the
Commercial club rooms. Nearly 20
Mandan Legionnaires have signed up
on the charter list and the instal
lation ceremony yill he conducted
by three officers of the Dickinson
Voitu re.
Following Iho meeting officers
will be elected and the voiture will
prepare for the big “wrecking crew"
druggists. Accept no. .substitute.
Oyer 40 million bottles sold.
Take Tanlac Vegetable Pills.
session at the time of the state
Legion convention.
How to Strengthen
In a surprising short time simple
; camphor, witchhuzql, hydrastis, etc.,
|as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash,
J strengthens eyes so yoti can read or
| work more. One small bottle shows
i results. Aluminum eye cup free.
* Jos. Breslow, druggist. Adv.
Dance at Wildwood tonight.
S. S. Pres. Madison Band.
br. Mellenthin
In Interns! Medicine for the
Past Twelve Years
Will he at
McKenzie hotel
Monday June 2.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4p. m
No Charge ter Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular
graduate in medicine and
surgery and is licensed.by the
state of North Dakota. He
does not operate for chronic
appendicitis, gall stones, ul
cers of stomach, tonsils or
He has to his credit won-
derful results in diseases of •
the stomach, liver, bowels, j
blood, skin, nerves, heart, kid
ney, bladder, bed wetting, |
catarrh, weak lungs, rheuma
tism, sciatica, leg ulcers and
rectal ailments.
Below are the names of a
few of his many satisfied pa
tients in North Dakota:
Mrs. Berndt Amundson, [
Sharon, N. Dak., anemia.
Mrs. A. C. Johnson, Man
ville, N. Dak., varicose ulcer. |
T. K. Walsvik, Hatton, N.j
Dak., ulcer of the stomach.
Mrs. Andy C. Schmucher, j
Mylo, N. Dak., gall stones.
W., R. Thomas. Grafton, N.
Dak., liver trouble.
Mrs. €«to Johnson, Grand
Forks, N. Dak., lung trouble.
Remember above date, that
consultation on this trip will
be free and that his treatment
is different.
Married women must be ac
companied by their husbands.
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On this day our thoughts go out to the
“boys” who have fought our fights in
years gone by and on this day the
memory of those who have passed to
“The Great Beyond,”
THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1924

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