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LONT TIME fiMKENTS
um
Pierre, 8.D.,
ng tin* paym
-the state land departmentnext month
On t*e find of OotoW atato wkl
trafara tha irom tka intarait
raihar than tha oMb on tba dafamd
'^fSibming, and Booth Dakota, during the
paatyaar fvldenoadby Arapbrt ^ivan
tpr*st
i^lilttef.Hre PretecflaaOaflie
r|»nraaB
4
down to Um
WTY THOUSAND AC*tfAl(ETO S££J5 S™. HOT
DC ififiPACFn AF r,.. The forest aervioe maintain* two
DC UffirWU^UF ferliootoot atationa toreportforeet Area,
,-T-TO,®
L. is
*V «m foraat land bad not avery ottlssnoo
Uth.-Fame on
to
a6bool, andowtnent and atate building mutoal batoallt «f IMWduil »d »«hiu t,0,°^
pajmanUi. Thara ara many flna piabaa Storiaf llai
pt land in tha traototo ba offarad ,.
v.
-... .. Dotrolt, Mioblgan, Baptonibor
DEMAND NATIVE TIMBER Thai tba Ford Potor Company*a 'in
tadkales Heavy Demand Far Native
TiflAer Darlaf The Past Year. tha prospaotiva banaflt of tha rataii
bnyarahaaliftadthapaopla "off (hair
That ^here haa been a marked in
oreaaa io tba damand for nitiob^ f««t" is indicated by tha hnga volama
foraat timber thraont Colorado, Wy
of
foraat.aarrloe. Aoooi^ling to tbia P^"* plan for tba benefit of new
port, over 3B0i million feat of timber,
bnI*«
with a valae of 9021^15 56, waa sold on •^•nt that many wlah to be aaanrad
^the national foresta oomlbg tinder the ^hrea polnta. Tha^jofflsiala,
-jarladlotion of-^-tbe .Denver offloe.
Tbaae Bgoree«liow aalnenaaa «f ovar
277 million feet, and a value of ffei,* ^•MW 'rffthenawownera bae nothing
*5 over thoae bf he praoeedliog to^do witk tlif lmmadi»t#
vyaar (mdldg Jane 30,1918. In p^M. Sixty dollara la ont pff the
Dnnng the paat flaoal year, 1,785 prloe of every oar at onea and thto
^tlmber aalea were made, of which num- 'radnotion ia not oontingant^on any
ber 1,702 were for amoonta laaa than production figare although then la no
,5100. Iooladed among these email ffQ*rantee that preaent prioea wlll not
aaiee, i775,000 feet were dUpoaed of by be^ adranoad eo that all ordera are
the foraat aervioe at t)e aotaal ooat of aeoepted for Immediate delivery only,
^making the aalea, or at a rate of 75 "The profit sharing plan# by whioh
oentaa.thonaand board feetfor aaw Mob buyer who. pnrohaaaa a Ftord
timber, and 25 oenta a oord for foal between Aqgaat let, 1914, and Angaat
wood. In all, 354, aettlera and home- Ut» 1915, ia to reoelve froiin $40 io $60
ataadera are aald to have proSted by aa hie ahare of tha aaaaon'a psoOta, la
jthlaoliaeof:
r.'
Wyoming.
liii
to***. il^Arranaamanta "W
Aade whereby the foreet ^SSnh. TST*
Mrtlae offloe at thiatan artil. daring iSthJt,?
tha dangarone 8re eeaate eaob year
lifiMn /"Ana-wind foreoaata" tele- P1*0
ssszr**
at that
OmwSiSfr
'i*
SfWSVw.1
eninta|»a»
^K^&v%'rtSs&'-
H« ittribaM
--^_ __,..„ bMQ idiUnd
*, along tblallnetg the hearty eoopera
i^Otl I TlDIIC
tlanoffloeieka»a
All I rflKlnkS to&aprotectloiri from tberesi
nilHItf dwti wltblu the. forest, more tbio to
thelaowiliiofldiwwr and
a motbroyolela conatahtly in readi»eee
W be oiid for tha parpoaa of going
Ira-tool caohea have been mad* thiru?
tha foraat, vhioh la ooneidered-e
rinrac^trun nSB5SESS&iSS±gS?aSLSs:
TRACKS TO IE OFfEffifi iuw kept um ssimi wkioh have ai
TB1HF PIIRIU! ^**1Jr
oooQrr*^'
M:-SS™ nW ig barning over. oonetdorable
1
°P°n tha .• foreat from
toUartaxfcofcV
landa ln Harding ooqnty iaia minimnm
aaillbg prloa of $10 an acra, tba tanna —r-fofm*r|P|0*8Pr1»
tobaone-foartb downattlme of aale, proportions tbat thajr may daatroy
tha balanoa to rab fln, ten aod Bftaen P''**** P^9P*rtf or Talaabla timbar
7»araat6 par oent. TbaM term pay- "bioh ta o|» of tha bait natural, ra
manta will ba oontinaad indaflDitaly if •oaro*on Hkrnaj foraat.
daairad by tfa* pnn&aaar.M tte .sUtoj AHliOliwTTP^ITftT
raw aratefnl. for this alum tht *n "T*?
8rrtefo1 ,or tb,i
onljNwaa oleirly atataid it la
therefore, fl'nd it neoeaanry |(M«itw«te
aneQtirelyeeperate
The tiro miyeet aalea of tba year oaltion and Is OontingOnt on the aala
were tkflfae In wbtoh tba government and deltvat# at retail of $OOlOOO now
dlapo*adof 1® million feet on the Ford ban betweeotha dates named.
-BlaokHilla forest In Sionth Dakota, Three bondred (m
i#nd another, of 125 million feet on the atannlng prodaotion and aome neonla
if, '$AMBoaMrUti
_e ^^itionio tba amount of' timber tha hogh eharaot#r of Ford boain
r* ,4.V ^aold.tba faport also shows that more fear the flgnra i«ay be In esoaaa of U»
t^S jpaUUon feetpf timber, valued poaelbllltiee. Itle neoaaaary to raOaU
|nt 928,144 waa given away under free
»permita to 6,O0S aettIerf and homa- lpat haa grown from year to year in
llvibg on and' adfaoent to the order to nnderatand that 306u000 oira
foreau. wlll baMd)r a nonnaljniwth. It moat
S^rw-fiiii FOKCUTS
vradootion
to thla oonnectim how tba FVwd put-
pai^y manufa^tund oara and
n#w
0I^*
C&'mX, SSHt Tb.RmlCompany'"ti
MtfkwtaiMliXBM at llRta brt ftflllMM
loeal foraat aervioe iofllce wfy use ,the f"*' It waa the parpoee of
pffSlbtlona reived from the weather, JSJSL!
t£T
ae to the direction and velodly M» people to ihe largaet
prodaotion of 300^)00 cara.
Jiie company whan It waa organiMd to
to'M.lw«aat
"«b«^tm^UgofthUpbraae.
of p3Sni of U»t pbrpM.
Ut-WaathavOW^nalfayAf.lt^
wtbdeatanra to ffonKm tWlaaaoeoM^f to pVodnetioti
«»rketv«HoN,»r and
Wld. Hlatory prova^
F«diM«»»bave
tbaaa
«easw
I
r».
lOAUFOMIA
-M
WILL BE BR
ioteraata to aaiuiMaa ^**1 With H. O. MoMaator*,
ortginatabafora they
tutf
M*±
.. .^
ufff _"9fy
nounoetaent 6f ita radnotion in prjoaa
oonpled With a profit aharing plan for
°°,r*«Pon^«noe tbafc bM otot.
WDU*
-,
ID* l,"ot^
ont today by tba Denver offloe of tha nonnoement of lta now prbQt aharlng
Qpijpiny'a an-
10
f.
W/Ph.
troth of
.aa baatnqaa
tMHuabor im*. WIMNI
I** Aoioet lt
yaavtf
laanwt,. ywwpK'W Mifeak
,"5Jr vly
if
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Dakota,Frid&y
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PIOYES FATAl
Word waa received here Monday
thalrtl -^yfSLj
kAraa fif foroaa ara worktok, toMthac lor ih« A»«m«P.
,a^.
aooidentdt
to
cofead aneh '*r*«|danti, badgw
proportiona tbrit thar nuT dutmi IT* anbankmant plnt^ng
*«»to|i iM
l»tm nndarnaath. Details of the acfot
reaulted in hla death «i*
vMir maaiger.
Tbe body waa ahlppad bon
Angafea, yesterday, and «U1. arriva
toe atxmt Tuesday It la
U°|d haa been on the ooaat fOr the
(pat: few yeara with the exception of a
few montfca'thla Bpring Whan beviaited
•here. He' waa well known and hla
death will b* aaad blow to Ikte r*l«Uvea
and man* frl*wla
:p,i
B. JN. S. Cfel^laia to Celebrate Eveint Next
Smtay
On September 14tb, Dr. Ci & 01atk»
ohaplain of the Battle Mountain Bai
tiMum, of thle Mty^ wilt' fiava
OOL.
pWted fifty yeara of aotiva aervioe la
mtnkptry. TaUngup the work of
hla calling, ha entored the Iowa Metho
dtotconteranoettthaoloee (^biiarmy
enoh plicea aa Barlingtoa.
Ottamwa and Oakalooea^ In 1883 be
removed to.^ Beuth Dakota. and.: aaw
mnoh of the- hard aervioe of pioneer
d«ye. In Bouth Dakota ha haa aa#ved
mtcheU, Haron and
ohurohea as paator and
Intandont oftha Mltohell and Dead*
wood dlttrlot. For tba
yiara be baa been ohaplain at tha
Battla Mountain SainitarioiK The
ohaplain will praaoh hla aemlannnal
eermon at tha aannal aeealon pf the
Dakota oonferenoe thla faU. On the
evanlnr of Baptembbr |4th Dir. Clark
wUi formally laoelva kio^fonda at
tha ohaplain'a q'uartan «t tbia aaadtatw
'J*..*
FOR RENT.
Lower floor, alx rooma,
daairad. B0ome f«lt|bt
tog. Bleeping rooma. Bath roiMa with
bot and/oold water. AU rooma alaotrlo
Ucttted. See Mre. A. B. Qonoor, Ool*
loco Bill.
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MONY
ttTED ON
... brdathat.nattaii tavllfii
|#b and Ulaa Tiwla KtmmM
tt. AhthoQy'a Oathoilo charoh, Mro.
Lee and Mr*. May Piokett, ale
the bride, wfrf malda
J. Maroons' Mid Bai
•aebeatmon. A f«f
lUiaa of tip oontraatlng partlaa
present to witaeeatbe fieremony
the tkuAi tlw
ed to toe. Baknait
Avenoawliera
braakfaet waa nerved. At tM
ppy ocnpla departed no tha,
kwaatem for tjeaid, After nahmrft
(Aero they wlU apend: treek at
Clammel oottage near Myatle.
ia bride la tha daoghtM1 of Mr.
Mrs. Fenton Keenan and la a
charminc, co!tared and
it
01
idenoato Ifot Bprijin!
Mar Mm lU«' baa6
kiipbr It tha WL,T
grpom totheaooQl
F. Parte and hotda a
Me podUon wtth the Water UghtA
"•"'•"--ipiBf tblf^sity. Ha i»a
wlttk^lvaryona.
Upon thotr retam to' the alty Mr.
and J|n^jParka will
go
wm
Tax
-«.
to boaaekee(dnf
at 601t£tnooln Avenua. Tha Stara*
An0mm.
tenditobngratalationa.
The City's Watery
At apaatiog of tha City Connoll
Taeeday av^ning theannnal tax levy
'or tbi^i|ialng year waa mad*., The
lavy^oa
fqUowa: M/•
Qenerttlluid $6000 00
totanMmpd.'..
w&
......m&W'W
Ubrimjtim......... ..... 00
BinkWPiind.. 2500 00
Judging fund... ... 6000 oO
Totrt^r ................. 118600 00
na left wae C21600 00 a»
On* time In the hlatory of
IH^duiBtloii la tbo levy Thla
""'^pi.tta amount of the levy
of about 3 allla oii
ft'
-*ry: a'"
III
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t.r" J!
•U A3
ViML2^#s
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iAU
4f#
liili
Maa, Wyomtoff and fMl Bivar,
^-rHfliA-*
of aoooooo
".ff•• ,'Tr.
wl
rtf'i w.
4
TjSJSfc
^-SSfeSwt*. A
%to« yMr Mat l«MM |«Mr
yss1#
AUtbepeoplaWaU
prlaee and bloa tibbona are ytringto on tba
exblblla 'jaeeldea^ilf.
atooktobatoonlte
patf a^, Omtford*.' agoaUeot raoe
oottiiitb tha tbottfffc ao MrMHt o*
•lli
i, Dr, B. F.
8MWER F0R MI88 KEENAN
Mn. P. F. Wartf Eatartaiaad Ip
Mra.P.F. anl
tataad about flftaw
Keenanamoottoti»a^.
boaiM MMidv Afteniooa, the event
tifoliy deooratadto
tbla^oolor
Many baautlftd
•xm'
Far Rnt Haw la
rafreabaanta wera atrvadattbafloaa
of ttMaftanoon.
Following la' a llet of thoae priiint
Mre. F. M. Greene, Mra. Oordon Klll
Inger. Mia.
B. 3.
WlSd^
Wabatar, Mta. N. li
Ploket, Mra. Anna Lee, Mia. Chaai
Lott,Mra. NalaoaNortbap,Mra Tbaa.
Volto and Mlaaaa Vaata and Neara
MoRobarta, May Olavaland, Btbel
Palroe, BUaabeth Dudley, Mactha
TeaaleKaeuaaand MiMQpa
O'Neill, Nebraska. ^CwT
C. W.PILGHERDEAD
Wafl Kaewa Mack RIIU Haaear Med ia
TUsCltyLa»t Friday
O. W. niobai^ who aama hara teoai
Florida abont two waaka afiv died at
tha BMh Hoapltal, ffrldaf momtoc
oC kit weak and
(Un«d8a|^appi„^ w^p. »,
burlaL Mr. Pllobar for tka paat tkta
WaqNo.S Minteg Companyla-iba
Northern Hllla bart
toe paat faw numtha ha haa baaD lii
Florlda bnt flndioff that tta ^allnMa
tbere dld not beneit Um be
Mr. Pildker waaona of tbo^d ttomra
to tha BiUa aantlnf bare to 1877 local,
ing at Gayvilli. For a nambar ft
yean ham epM«d to tlie hotel bail*
iiaaa al lMMlSiaad aadi Da^faroodiad
Al BMafa. «f Tkh
aa:i«
aiMOkber of tha -«4«r -aaMl
waa buried Bpnday at two Ottoak frofi
kali at Mw by
a-.'wlla
:ka\laiv«f.
_—^ Ur teth, nat-.^
Mm. W.CkatcTaaA
JlS. W&Sr
Al BOtope, aoa of tte
Btvarea
Mak. lima
"'Pitais
I
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tba day eveotaaUr baaamo as
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•llMdV IfflA to llMKif i^a^
time nait year.
Itiaa ma iiflfl'
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"P'aH'w
Owtof to the fart that tka ooofUtu..
tton of the atata pcoldbtta a aaai
from koldtog two*' 'atala oOoaa dm
•eoenl of tka 'ailiMi kM to
aad uiafetitog to catMla^^^to naattioa
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The ffth aannal pianto.wla^::
:BlaaaliiuiK'4j
ka aMiftitk*
if after InTrntlaatlim ha fanadf
abovaoooditioa
obllaedta aill a
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