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Eleven years have been completed
by onr local college and it will be
Interesting to the citizens of James
town and the vicinity to know just
how the college stands and what it
has been to the city as one of its
great enterprises. Look 'at the fol
lowing figures and ask yourself the
question what this college is to the
community. The current expendi
tures in cash locally during the past
eleven years were as follows:
1909-1910 —$14,945.40
1010-1911 19,151.21
1911-1912 25,466.68
1912-1913 28,674.26
1918-1914 31,862.30
1914-1915 36,724.28
1915-1916 30,781.96
'1916:1917 50,584.04
1917-1918 47,830.65
1918-1919 69,455.38
1919-1920 84,813.16
Total 1440,389.31
It is to be noted that this sum was
all paid out in cash for the general
current expenses of the college. It
represents food, light, supplies of all
-descriptions and materials touching
-every phase of business in the city.
-It doe# not include building mater
ials, nor labor in construction work,
etc so in addition to the above flg
-ures the following must be included:
.Labor on campus 810,000.00
Estimated building mater
ial and labor locally....l50,000.00
Total $160,000.00
There were 2,321 students and
teachers during this time, each one
of which spent annually a consider
able sum, which should be alBO add
ed. With an estimated expenditure
of each one of $260 a year, the total
.-spent by them in the city would
-mean $580,250. This is a very low
and therefore reasonable estimate,
.for in most college communities the
estimate is far in excess of this an
nual amount. So to recapitulate, we
'have the following results:
TTotil -current' -expend!
ture of the college $440,389.31
"'Total spent in improve
ment, labor and ma
terials 160,000.00
Total spent by students
and teachers ... 580,250.00
And on the porches this morning:
Fargo, N. D. Oct. 27.—Officials of
the Fargo Trades and Labor Assem
bly indignantly deny any responsi
bility for a vile circular delivered to
the homes of people of Fargo by or
ganizers for the Nonpartisan league.
So rotten was the pamphlet that
on the front page was printed this
warning: "OAR® MUST BE) TAK
EN THAT IT DOES NOT REACH
THE HANDS OF CHILDREN OF
IMMATURE, MINDS."
The pamphlet was distributed
broadcast. It bore the name of the
Fargo Trades and Labor assembly.
It was the most vicious and despica
ble piece of "literature" that has
emanated from the Nonpartisan
league headquarters in the desper
ate campaign to stave off the ogre
•of defeat which is bearing down up
on them.
Deny Responsibility
This is the statement of two offi
cials of the trades assembly denying
responsibility for the circular:
TO THE PEOPLE OF FARGO:
It was brought to my attention
yesterday afternoon that the name
of the Fargo' Trades and Labor as
sembly had been used to sponsor a
campaign document known as
"Stringent League Laws Against
Immorality."
I want-the people of Fargo, and
the people of the whole state,- to
know that the publication of that
document was- never before the
Trades and Labor assembly.
I want the people to know that
the Trades and Labor assembly does
not approve of that sort .of campaign
charges, and I want them to know
absolutely that the union men of
FargO are not, nor will they permit
themselves to become, the avenue
for attacks on citizens of North Da
Icota, snch as are contained in this
material...
Until yesterday afternoon I had
'"ffi: ,i noidea that the name cif. the asseiq
"My bad been employed in this man
-ner, .and. I find that no other union
men other than: the members of the
JK- "campaign committee" have boon
approachedin connection with tho
•'m& "*user of the assembly1's .name.
The Trades and Labor•• assembly
^^rr*bsolutely 'does1, .not stand sponsor
for vtha" document, nor dOpa it, ap
"prjwre'fof the
^circular.
J. W. SCH'A'NNAQF®,
President of Fargo Trade and La-
Twr Asyjmbly
jta^progjc:
acted.,as i.se^|Btary ,for, ,th?
Fargo Tfadea and Laow assembly,
^since July 6, 1920, ^nd since the
toofc/, action to creating
'And apthoritiajg a campaign coipmit
teeprevlous to (hat time, I do not
Avvkvoir if said committee were or are
tc authorised to decide on any vital
question without first submitting
same to thb^assembly for approval.
I do know, however, that a pamph
let being recently published under
.v tli» stamp of the campaign commit*
tee of the Fargo Trades and Labor
asssmhly, does not meet with the
geueralapproval of the assembly,
sor of me peraonally, as lts secre-
FRIDLUND
it
What Jamestown College
Means To The City
Grand total spent lo
cally in 11 years....$l,180,639.31
Besides this many families moved
Into the city to take advantage of the
ed'ocational opportunities ottered .by
the college. Some families cameis the day of our opportunity. What
from 200 miles and over. It would be will you do with it?
-difficult to compute what this has B. H. KROEZE.
meant to the city, but it is very ap- President.
INDIGNANT DENIAL
BY UNION OFFICIALS
OF RESPONSIBILITY
For Vile Pamphlet Spuriously
Circulated—-Fargo Trades
and Labor Assembly Lead
can Repudiate Circular.
Copies of this pamphlet were
thrown around Jamestown puring
--the night and found behind screens
preciable, to say the least. We should
recognize that we have a million dol
lars industry in the college. Look at
the assets:
Campus ........... ..........$36,000.00
Buildings ..........365.000.00
Buildings .... .............365,500.00
Endowment 379,306.11
Total assets $835,8,06.11
Fifty-six per. cent of the current
expenses each year has been secured
by personal solicitation and church
offerings, or a sum total of $246,618.
This with the permanent assets
would, make, the pplendid sum of
$1,082,424.11 as secured for the col/
lege from benevolent sources in 11
years.
With this wonderful background
of financial assets, annual expend!?
tares, and business transactions* It
ought not to be difficult for every-cit
izen to realize two things namely the
inestimable worth of the colleger to
our community and Btate, andthe
wisdom for every citizen to make
"the
college a matter of personal consid
eration in all its needs and"*triumph».
The latter is of special importance
just now. It may be know nto some
but possibly not generally that- the
General Education Board (The Rock
efellar Foundation has given the
college a conditional offer of $50,000
for $200,000 additional endowment.
ThiB offer expires on December 31,
two months from now. Sixty thou
sand dollars has been secured, and
$90,000 must yet be secured. What
part will Jamestown take^ of this
$90,000 balance? Think it over. Do
your part. Do not let this wonderful
offer from the greatest benevoelnt
foundation in the world be lost. It
will mean a great thing for our col
lege to win out, as it will then be only
the beginning of great gifts from
this cource. The college is the only
institution in the state thus favored,
and this alone is a wonderful testi
mony of the greatness of our insti
tution. It is the desire Sf the college
that everybody have a share in this
campaign which- is. now on.- Small
sums and large sums will be very
welcome. No matter what vou may
have done in the past, do it again
and again. We grow by doing, not
by living upon past achievements.
It is the avowed purpose to make
our college the distinctive school of
the Northwest. We are already so
crowded that students have to be
turned away as far as housing is
concerned at the college. We heed
right now four new buildings. This
by President Schannach and Secre
tary-Treasurer Elof Fridlund these
facts became known:
The name of the labor assembly
was. appropriated by the city com
mittee of the Nonpartisan league.
The chairman of this committee is
Gallagher, imported league organiz
er, said to be the same Gallagher
who was charged by the American
Legion post of Bismarck of signing
his name as post adjutant to a per
sonal communication of political
trend.
Under Cover of Darkness
The pamphlet was distributed un
der cover of darkness, being throwii
on porches of Fargo homes.
A "campaign" committee of the
labor assembly, a member of which
admitted to the assembly, that it
has permitted the Gallagher com
mittee to father the pamphlet,
"Stringent Laws Against Immorali
ty" is composed of three men, one
of whom is a candidate for the leg
islature.
The whole affair was a palpable
effort on the part of the Nonparti
san league managers to escape re
sponsibility for the vile document,
which doubtless was paid for by
contributions of men and women
members of the Nonpartisan league.
It contains most vicious attacks
on prominent North Dakota citizens.
One of these is E. W. Everson, pre
sident of the North Dakota Total
'Abstinence society,' an organization
of Norwegian Lutheran men and
women of the state who have engag
ed in a Hong fight for prohibition
and law enforcement. Charges
made against Mr. Everson cover al
leged visits to sporting houses in
St. Paul and alleged participation
in a "liquor flavored" party in St.
Paul. Theo. G. Nelson is the other
object of the attack.
IRISH LOVE LYRICS
SlIWC BY OUARA
One of the sweetest Irish love
stories ever told is "Springtime in
Mayo," in which Fisk O'Hara took
the leading role at the Jamestown
Opera House Wednesday night.
There was an abundance of Irish wit
song and laughter the entire even
ing and the capacity audience was
with the actpr and his able sup
porters from the actor's entrance on
the stage with "hello everybody."
Mr. O'Hara sang a number of new
songs and was especially generous
with his encores. The Lilac Tree, a
song for little boys and girls, and
Don't Tou Love to Dream of Dear
Old Ireland? were sung between the
second and third acts by Mr. O'Hara,
who had the' role of a rollicking
Americanised Irishman. Mr. O'Hara
and cast answered many curtain
calls.
A number: of the east, Patricia
Clary (Mrs. O'Hara), W. T. Sheehan,
Mary Malloy,* J. E. Miller and J. P.
Sullivan, were, with Mr.. O'Hara In
"Marry In Haste," which appeared
at the Opera ilduse on Apiril' 23,
1919. .
"Springtime in Mayo" was as ad
vertised—a wholesome /and pretty
Irish play.
i Mr. O'Hara is especially interested
in Jamestown, having here an ex
soldier friend, Russell Beach with::
whom he became acquainted through,
the comfort kits which the actor dis
tributed jiving the war. The two
have since kept up their correspond
ence and Tuesday Mr. Beach received
telegram from Mr. O'Hara stating
he woald be here on Thursday and
wished to see him. .w
SHIP NAMED BILL
(Mr*. William P..Coitas wnowiOf
Buffalo (Bill (Col. Cody), made
2,500 mile trip (ram the little town
in. Wyoming which bears her: hus
band's name fc) Philadelphia, where
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MRS. E. P. ANDERSON,
BARBARA H. WYUE
REFUTESLANDERS
Noted W. T. U. Leaders in
Strong Defense of V. A.
Leader Attacked by Non
partisan League.
The distribution at Fargo and
elsewhere of obnoxious political
matter1'!or campaign purposes, in
interests of the# anti-Townley So
cialist ticket* promise* to have the
oDtmlto- effect intended.
The attAck upon the character of
E. W. Bverion, who is not a: candi
date for any office, is repudiated by
'Elizabeth Preston Anderson, Presi
dent, and Barbara H. Wylie, secre
tary of the state W. C. T. U. Their
statements are given below.
tli« nature of the campaign as
indicated in the 'circulation of such
matter as the circular above refer
red to, led a well known Fargo cit
izen, in Jamestown yesterday to say
that.it made him "feel like taking
a bath and leaving the State."
Nedson's Own Statement
According to the Courier-News of
October 28th, the present campaign
of malicious slander against Mr.
Everson and myself was started be
cause we, as officers of the Indepen
dent Association, have volunteered
to furnish "information regarding
Socialism, (Bolshevism, Proletarian
ism and State Socialism" to anyone
that might request it. I don't be
lieve that even members of the (Non
partisan. League will voice approval
of it. Decent people would not for
the sake of getting political -ven
geance become a party to slandering
my wife and children, two of whom
Rre attending the public schools of
Fargo.
The Independent Voters Associa
tion was organized for the purpose
of gathering and dlseminating infor
mation on questions of political
economy*- As its officers, we .. have
gathered a great deal of data on
many theories and lsms^ pertaining
to problems of government and we
are only doing our duty when we are
giving that Information to the vot
ers of North -Dakota. Such informa
tion is needed now.
There is nothing' about my pri
vate or public life in any place where
I have ever been for which it Is
necessary to make apology. I have
nothing t'6, hide. My intimate ac
quaintances know that. I am not a
candidate for public office. There
fore, I have no right to gum up the
gears and divert attention from the
issues in this campaign, by injecting
an airing of my personal affairs in
to it. These matters can be attend
ed to later.
THEODORE G. NELSON.
Everson Charges Untrue
Fargo, N. Dak.
Oct. 28, 1920.
I have known Mr. E. W. Everson
for years as a member of the North
Dakota Legislative -Assembly, as an
ofltcer in the Scandinavian Total
Absinence Society, a member of the
North- Dakota State Enforcement
League, and also a member of the
Legislative Committee, composed of.
two representatives' each of the1
Scandinavian Total Abstinence So
ciety, the Enforcement League and
the Womans Christian Temperance
Union.
Mr. Everson is actively interested
in the reforms for which these or
ganizations stand and while a mem
ber of the Legislature voted and
worked for the passage of every
temperance and moral measure .be
fore the Assembly.
I have absolute confidence in his
moral character, integrity and up
rightness, and am surprised that his
political enemies should be so un
wise as to attack him along the lines
where he is strongest.
No attack upon his moral charac
ter can have any effect upon those
who know him best.
I am not defending him as presi
dent of the Independent Voters As
sociation, but as a man whom I have
known and worked with for years,
and the same words would be spok
en with as much readiness if he
were still a working member of the
Nonpartisan League.
q. 0.
Elizabeth Preston Anderson.
have known Mr. Everson for
several years and heartily endorse
the above statements.
Qarbara H. Wylie.
P. CAMPAIGN TO
COST THREE MILLION
Chifcago, Oct. 28.—The republican
national committee's campaign to
elect Senator Warren G. Harding
president will cost $3,442,892.32,
Fred W. Upham, national treasurer
of the party, notified the senate
committee appointed to investigate
campaign expenditures in a report
filed with the committee here today.
Of this sum $3,042,892.32 had
been spent up to the close' of bui
ness Sunday October 24th, and
Ujpham estimated the expenditures
in the closing week of the campaign
at $400,000 additional. The report
shows that $301,388.98 was spent
between October 18 and 2 4 th.
Eighteen 'donations of more than
$1,000 each include, ft. S. Lewis,
Fargo, N. D. $1,100.'
Democratic Contributions
New York, Oct. 28.—Total re
ceipts for the democratic national
committee to October 25 tor the
conduct of the present campaign
amount to $878,8.31.34 according to
an announcement today by Wilbur
W.-Marsh, the party's national trea
surer.
The sum collected, the democratic
treasurer stated, Is constituted al
most entirely of contributions to
the campaign funds, with the excep
tion of $150,000 which was borrow
ed. y
Disbursements by the entire or
ganisation up to: the same date
shown by the statement amount to
$823,345.09. -4
N. P. GBIB BIG EQUIPMENT LOAN
Washington, ^0ct. 27.—-Approval
of a $M9jM90pequ!pment lo*B to
the NoHjwn pacff
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A E o O v N W E E K Y A E
N. P. PASSENGERS IN
HEAD-ON COLLISION
NEAR MEDINA SATURDAY
Northern Pacific passenger trains
No. 1 and 2 met in a head-on colli
sion about two miles west of Medina
at 11:45 Saturday morning. The en
gines of both trainB were badly
damaged, and there was
Bome
dam­
age to some of the cars but none of
the coaches left the rails and no
one was seriously injured.
The cause of the wrcck is un
known. The news of the Occident
did not reach the city until nearly
an hour after the collision, the con
ductors going thro the trains and
making a careful survey of the in
jutiees received by the passengers
and crew before reporting. There
were no bones broken, according to
all information received, but three
physicians were sent to tne scene of
the wrqck to care for the minor in
juries on the -N. P. wrecker which
left here about one o'clock.
The trains were traveling at a
comparatively slow rate of speed
when they met, the collision occur
ring within three hundred feet of
the switch where the trains were
scheduled to pass. Officials at the
division headquarters expected to
have the track cleared by five or six
o'clock this evening.
THREE DOLLARS SENT
OUT OF STATE FOR
EVERY ONE BROT IN
'Bismarck, N. D., Oct. 28.—A pal
pable and glaring "error" made by
Governor Frazier in a campaign
speech was pointed out here today
at the. state house.
Governor Frazier is reported to
have told an audience that for every
dollar deposited outside of North
Dakota by the Bank of North Dako
ta three dollars in deposits havo
been received from outside of the
state from labor and organizations.
The own figures of the bank,
which always are accepted by the
public with a grain of salt, show
that on Oct. 15 there was $586,616.
14 of state money deposited outside
of the state and a total of individual
dejMwlt*'Of $189,027.35. In other
words, for every dollar brought In
to the state three dollars- have been'
sent out of the state.
VICIOUS SLANDER OF
SOCIALISTIC PRESS
In Its latest issue, the local So
cialist organ, the Stutsman County
Press, says that the Jamestown
Alert, the Fargo Forum, the Grand
Forks Herald, The Bismarck Tri
bune, The Stutsman County Demo
crat "and other newspaper degen
erates", also a "few unchristian
pulpits" have taunted the members
of the Nonpartisan League in North
Dakota with being "mortal degener
ates", and charged that the League
was "a Free Love organization".
Tne Stutsman County Press also
says that the above named papers
"are maintained and dominated by
the licentious group of men who
constitute 99 per cent of the liber
tines to be found in iNorth Dakota".
Readers of the above named pa
pers well know that not one of them
ever charged or Intimated, that the
members of the Nonpartisan League
were-1
ree lovers, and that the
League was an organization of that
kind. Every reference made to the
literature which was attempted to
be circulated at (Bismarck embody
ing the theories of Ellen Key, and
the free love propaganda, distinctly
separated the members of the league
from the leaders. No independent
newspaper, and no minister of the
gospel ever made such a charge, and
any account of the literature that
was intended to be sent broadcast
thruout the state, always disclaimed
responsibility for the membership of
the league and put the blame where
It rightfully belonged on the social
ist leaders, in charge of the league's
propaganda work.
Any newspaper publisher who will
rmbl'cally assert that the patrons of
the independent press in this city or
state "constitute 99 per cent of the
libertines to be found in North Da
kota" is either crazy in his head, or
BO lost to all sense of truth as to be
beneath the contempt of every re
spectable man and woman. How
the owners of the Stutsman County
Press can expect to gain the support
and obtain the confidence of respect
able people, in any community by
such methods, is impossible to un
derstand. The only explanation is
that the owners of that sheet have
nothing to say about the conduct of
the paper or what is printed in it.
The Alert, or no other independent
paper ever charged such a gross li
bel on members of the Nonpartisan
League, as being free lovers, and
the organization a free love associa
tion. The statement is absolutely
false and is believed by nobody who
knows the facts or who has read the
Independent papers, and the files of
the Alert are proof sufficient. The
resentiment of every self respecting
person at the kind of campaign be
ing conducted ig behalf of. the
league candidates, will be registered
at the polls Nov. 2.
HAD'NT THE PROOF
Governor Frazier at a meeting In
Devils Lake, is reported as saying
that the Chamber of Commerce had
paid into the I. V. A. campaign fund
$1,000,000 to defeat the Nonparti
sans. Mr. Serumguad asked Gover
nor- Frazier. 'Wave you proof that
the Chamber of Commer.ce has con
tributed one dollar to the I. V. A.
cmapaign?"
"I haven't the proof with me".
Frazier answered, "but I. know that
the Chamber of Cdmerce controls
the I. V. A. newspapers."
•Well", said Mr.: nerumgard, "if
yoti will come to my house I will
show you Wfbo the contributors co
the I. V. A. campaign are. I want
to. giye you a chance to put yourself
right. I don't want the governor of
North Dakota to go around
false statements".
BORROW H0NEY
•. jr.*.
Washington, Oct. 28.—The Inter
state Commerce commission today
authorized the Chicago, St Paul,
MASS CELEBRATED
OVER THE BODY OF
MAYOR MACSWINEY
Representatives of British La
bor Party and Many Irish
Organization* Attend
Wife of Dead Man Col
lapses
London, Oct. 28.—A pontifical re
quiem mass was celebrated this
morning in 8t. George's cathedral
over the body of the late lord mayor
of Cork, Terence MacSwlney. Church
dignitaries, lord mayor of Dublin,
the deputy lord mayor of Cork and
deputations representing the British
Parliamentary labor party and vari
ous Irish political and civic organiza
tions attended.
Thousands of persons thronged ev
ery available space in the large ca
thedral scores standing on chairs in
the aisles straining for a glimpse of
th^ chancel where the casket reposed
on a catafalque with four officers
wearing the uniform of the Irish re
publican army standing motionless
as the guard of honor.
The casket was surmounted by
wreaths and a hat worn by the lord
mayor as commandant of the Cork
brigade of the volunteer army. The
breast plate of the coffin bore an in
scription in Gaelic, reading:
Murdered by the Foreigners
in Brixton Prison, London,
October 25, the Fourth of
the Republic. Aged 40
years. God have mercy on
his soul.
-fl1
In the front pews reserved for the
family and official delegations there
was one figure missing, the lady
mayoress, who collapsed this morn
ing from the strain and anxiety and
was unable to be present.
Just as the services were beginning
the four men who with their com
rades had been guarding the body
throughout the night, were relieved
by a quartette wearing long coats,
which they took ofT as thejr stepped
to their places, exposing the* uniform
of the Irish republican army.
FUNERAL SERVICES OF
MRS. A. A. PETERSON
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the First Presbyterian church
were held the last rites for the late
Mrs. A. A. Peterson, who died Mon
day evening at her home on college
bill following a long- illness. The
services were conducted by the pas
tor Rev. W. F. Boyd and Mrs. Arth
ur Stuckenbruck rendered a solo.
Professor Rlngenberg presiding at
the pipe organ. There were many
floral tributes. —.
Burial was at Highland Home
cemetery, and the pall bearers were
Messrs. Emll Dahlstrom and A. G.
Tellner and Professors Gollghtly,
Stuckenbruck, Thomas and Knight
of Jamestown College.
Charles Peterson, a son, and two
sisters of the deceased Mesdames
iMary Nelson and C. A. Persons of
Duluth and a cousin Mrs. Louis Hal
vorsen and husband of Lisbon were
present for the services, and will re
main in the city for a few days.
STATE INDEMNITY TAX
25 CENTS PER ACRE
A state'indemnity tax of 25 cents
per acre has been levied by the
state hail insurance department on
all land Insured under the state hail
insurance law, according to infor
mation received today by County
Auditor Blewett. This is in addi
tion to the tax of 3 cents an acre
charged on all land under the hail
law, and is the same amount as
levied last year.
COMING TO
JAMESTOWN
DR. MELUNTHIN
specialist
FOR HIS EIGHTH TEAR IN
NORTH
DAKOTA
tlOBI NOT USE 8VRGKRT
Win be at
GLADSTONE HOTEL
MONDAY and TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 15 and 16
Office Hoar* a. m. to 4 p. m.
TWO DATS ONL*
NO CHARGE FOB EXAMINATION
Dr. Mellenthln is a regular grad
uate in Medicine and Surgery and is
licensed by the state of North Dako
ta. He visits professionally the more
important towns and cities and offers
to all who call on this trip consulta
tion and examination free, except the
expense of treatment when desired.
According to his method of treat
ment he does not operate for ohronlc
appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of
stomach, tonsils or adenoid#.
Ho has to his credit many won
derful results la diseases of
stomaeh, liver, bowels, blood,
nerves, heart, kidney, bladder,
welting, catarrh, weak tangs, i
autism, sciatica, lac oloers and
tal ailments.
RESIDENCE BADLY
DAMAGED BY FIRE
The recldence of John Docktor of
Sixth avenue south was badly dam
aged by fire Friday p. m., the
alarm being rung In about 3.30. The
blaze was started by the explosion of
an oil stove in the shed in the rear
of the house. The flames spread so
rapidly that the rear portion of the
house was practically destroyed be
fore the arrival of the fire depart
ment and the flames wtere already
on the root of the building.
Mrs. Docktor was alone with her
GEO. UFFBRT, President.
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year-old baby at the time of the ex-, kristine, both of Medina, were mar
plosion. She telephoned immedi-| ried- Wednesday afternoon at the
ately to Mrs. G. C. Cusey, who lived! County Judge's office. Judge Ve
in the next house. Mrs. Casey tele-1 Farland officiated.
HOTEL PULSHER
300 FIFTH AVE. SO.
Phone 4IS
Steam-Heated Rooms
Moderate Prices
Jamestown, North Dakota
phoned. in the alarm, and then run
ning over to pick up the Docktor
baby which had been placed by iu
mother on the ground at the side of
the road. The blaze was not entire
ly t'iJtinguished at the time of going
to press but was apparently under
control
MARRIED WEDNESDAY
The marriage of John Mosher and
Miss Martha Mario Biretmayer oc
curred Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Presbyterian church.
Rev. Boyd performed the ceremony.
FARMERS. LIST YOUR FARMS WITH US
WE HAVE MONET TO PUCE
ON REAL ESTATE WITH
PREPAYMENT PRIVILEGES.
WRITE OR CALL AT OUR OFFICE
JOHN B. FRIED LAND COMPANY
JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA
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Henry Halversen and Miss Agnes
JACOB YAEGER. W\
CO-OPERATION IS OUR MOTTO
lanes Rhrer Valley Mutual Fire k lightning In—r—n
Company
Lowwl Bates on Farm Property and Grata.
Tornado Insurance
OFFICES: ORLADY BLOCK
RUTH WILLIAMS, Sec-Treas. JAMESTOWN, N.D
I There is nothing as important as a time piece, during
the Spring work.
WATCHES $2.00 to $60.00
ALARM CLOCKS $2.50 to $3.50
We do fine Watch and Jewelry repairing
E. J. RHODK
Jeweler and Florist, Jamestown, N. Dak.
We do high grade watch repairing.
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WE SELL LAND!!
WS OUR BUSINESS
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THE DOORS OB THE LEGS ABB BBOKEN IT IS TIME TO BUY
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