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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 May 1917

II 4. ,S! I1' I I v' WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1817. •U's •ass FOR SALE—Seven-room house with bath, furnace, full basement, 75-ft front facing south, Ave blocks from down town. Price $3,800.00 Terms $800.00 casix and $700.00 per' year at 6 per cent and assume $1,600.00 mortgage. FOR SA'LE-riNlne^room house, mod era with, hot water formic* and 60 foot frontfjacingeast on cottier iot, three blocks from doWn town. Price 17,500.00 Terms, $4,00*0.00 cash, !ftttlance:ipin easy terms. FOR SALE—Eight-room house, mod: ern WitSi itnil water heat, facing east, four blocks from down town. j*rice $5,250.00. Terms $2,000.06 'icash toitiarice on dasy terms. FOR SAL E—Farming lots in the new tiincoln addition on reasonable terms and easy payment*,. F. C. Young Tfeii No. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Girl for washing dishes at Finney's f« untain. 5-lfi-12t POSITION WANTED WANTED—Position by middle aged lady answering telephone and re­ ceiving callers. Address 209 12th "street, Bismarck, iN. D. 5-15-2t WANTED P...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 May 1917

1 K.j 1 I DENTISTS PLAV PRiiNENT mm IT Major Wright of Canadian Army Tdls Dakota Praters What Profession Does 50,000 TROOPS MADE FIT THROUGH DENTAL SURGERY FORKS GETS MEET. Fargo, N. D., May 16.—Grand Forks was chosen as the next ^meeting place of the North Da­ kota Dental association in con­ vention here today. The following officers were elected: President—Albert Hallenbcrg, Fargo. Vice President Tom Smith, Langdon. Secretary—Solon Crum, Fargo. Treasurer—I. Wells, Harvey. Dr. Fred W. Rose of Coopers town an Dr. W. V. Fall is were recommended to the governor for appointment to the dental board of examiners. Fargo, N. I., May 36.—Major W. W. Wright of Winnipeg, Man., den­ tist, in charge of military district No. 10 of Canada, this forenoon held the attention of the members of the North Dakota State Dental associa­ tion, in annual convention here. Major Wright spoke on "Dentistry In the Army in Canada," and dwelt on the organization of the Canadian '••u i,u w** 'u ir. :i V- i» army d...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1917

4 I *. •W i.:. J-' i' k,: The Weather .y ,': "~/^fr'''Vri Sub-chairmen for this district, who are expected to attend this evening, are: Krist Kjelstrup, tJnderwood 3. A. Beck, McClusky Thomas iE. Hay ward, Beach, A. O. Christianson, Fry berg T. (J. Ahern, Dunn Center F. C. Wick,. Center R. M. Harmsen, Ha zen J. Leonard Bell, Bismarck John F. Robinson, Steele F. R. Heath, Na­ poleon John BischOf, Zeeland A. P. Lenhart, Hazelton Joseph P. Hess, Mandan H. HallenJberg, Carson P. J. Jacobson, Fort Yates Alfred White, Dickinson R. '*1 Trousdale, Mott: Paul M. Brown, Hettinger C. P. Allison, Marmarth J. E. Phelan, Bowman. WILL OBSERVE Chicago, May 17.—One hundred and fifty thousand 'Sunday schools in America with a membership of 18, 000,000 have been requested to ob­ serve July as "Patriotic (Sunday," it was announced at the headquarters of the International Sunday School association here today. Each school has been requested to make an offer­ ing on that day toward American Red Cross or o...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1917

fir It ME HELP DUB SEE TO MONSTER F. Only Female Student in Agricul -v tural Course at College Back to Trenches Mott, X. D., .May 37.—Miss Vesta Steer, the only girl student registered! at the agricultural college for the ag­ ricultural course, is home to do her lbit in the mobilization of food re­ sources. Advised that her expert help •was needed on the farm, Miss-Steer did not delay her departure a mo­ ment. and she is now in direct com­ mand of operations on the big Steer ranch, one of the finest places in Het­ tinger county. She will receive !ull credit for her school work tor the balance of the year. OHM INCENSED 11* "No Teutons Here," Says Inde­ pendent—Too Much Rah Rah and Stalled Auto Kuderlin. X. D., May 17— Enderlin is much incensed because of stories circulated to the effect that the ioy-1Sleeping alty meeting here was delayed' through "obstructive tactics of Teu­ tonic citizens. "There are no Teu­ tons here," savs the Enderlin Inde­ pendent. The band scheduled for the me...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1917

-e W'-' J. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1017. Bismarck Man Pleads Guilty Al- tho He Claims Others Used Name in Transactions SIMON AND BURNETT DECLINE TO GET OUT New England and Dickinson At­ torneys Will Have Fees Bismarck Case Last C. H. Burtts, a Bismarck cripple, whose limbs are so,deformed that he must walk with his hands, pleaded guilty in United States district court this morning to shipping a prairie chicken from Morton county to Chi­ cago and paid a line of $1 and costs At the same time Burtts insisted through his attorney, William S. Langer of Mandan, that he was not actually guilty, but that his name had been used 'by other parties in mak­ ing the shipment. Session Under Way. The May session of federal court got well under way this afternoon after devoting the morning to set­ ting cases for trial. Eecause Charles Geissel did not ap­ pear and could not be located, his suit against the village of Ashley for dam­ ages arising out of injuries sustained when Geissel fell on al alleged def...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1917

\n KM SP-". I V't| I* I 1 •S: WOVE fV t^ ft i1 gV*t I ".fyt '*flrt -"V I (i f' I 1 v%- ffi i#v ,1 THE TRIBUNE «t the PMtoCaea. D., IMOBI CUM Matter. FFSUKD EVBBY DAT KZCEFT BUNDA1 Win in linn una rmw in •OVANOI Drily, by mall or carrier, per month 9 Dally, by mall, one year In North Dakota 4.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year ..... C.00 Dally, by mall outride of North Dakota, three month*. 1.10 Dally, by mall In North Dakota three months l-l® Weekly, by mall, per year 1-50 Umber Audit Bureau of Circulation ON ITATBTS OLDEST N*WBPAP« (MiUlM HW WEATHER REPORT. 17: For 24 hours ending at noon May dumb-founded Lowest last night 17 Temperature at 7 a. Temperature at noon 72 Highest yesterday 90 Lowest yesterday 00 i2 Precipitation iNone Highest wind velocity 30-NW Forecast. For North Dakota: Partly cloudy tonight and Friday probably show­ ers extreme west portion cooler to­ night in east portion. Fargo Lowest Temperatures 1,4 'Wiiliston -*8 Grand Forks 52 Pierre 48 St. P...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1917

.« I SOCIETY Enthusiastic Audience Greets School Children at Auditorium The entertainment given Wednes­ day evening in the Auditorium by 100 school children under the direction of Miss Clara Tatley, supervisor of pub­ lic school music,, assisted by Miss Jessie McLeod, supervisor of drawing, was one of the most successful ama­ teur affairs ever presented here. Nothing was lacking in the produc­ tion of Milne's fairyland operetta, "The Pixies." Prom the orchestra to the smallest detail of the operetta could be seen the artistic finish which can only be acquired by one of iMiss Tatley's and her assistant's ability. Too much cannot be said of the two young instructors, who worked so hard and -gave so much of their own talents to make it the huge success it was. Catchy Music. The operetta, which is featured with- catchy music, funny incidents aiid little love scenes, was splendidly stagied. The first scene showed ths fairies asleep and early sunrise in fairyland, in the Queen's palace ga...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1917

v_j iliH \& _.... !.i I '24/ I »i '•••. crnno ,'l •.M/.'v NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club— W. L. Pet. Chicago 20 New York at St, Louis. Club— R. IT. E. New York 5 7 2 St. Louis ....2 7 2 Batteries Caldwell and Walters Grooiu and Suvereid. (Eleven in­ nings.) Boston at Cleveland, Club— K. H. E. Boston -1 11 0 Cleveland 1 4 1 Batteries—Mays and Thomas Bag by and O'Neill. Washington at Detroit. Club— It. II. E. Washington 5 1L 0 Detroit 1 8 4 Batteries—Gallia and llenry Mit­ chell and Spencer. Philadelphia at Chicago. Club— It. II. E. .• Philadelphia 2 3 Chicago 3 7 0 Batteries—Bush and Meyers Will­ iams and Lynn. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Club— W. L. Pet. Indianapolis 23 7 .767 Louisville 1U 10 .G15 Columbus .16 .13 .552 Kansas City 12 12 .500 Milwaukee 10 14 .417 Toledo .10 15 .400 Minneapolis 8 14 .364 St. Paul 8 17 .320 GAMES AVEDNE8DAY. Columbus, 7: St. Paul, 3. Milwaukee, 10 Indianapolis, 7. Toledo, 7 Kansas City, 5. Minneapolis, 7 Louisville, 3. GAM'KiS FRIDAY. Columbus at St. Paul. India...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1917

if News stand. SALESMEN WANTED NEW LAW in North Dakota requir­ ing all carsjto use dimmers. .Sales­ men and agents wanted to get busy at once. Must be live wires and have some money to carry small stock. Can give exclusive iontrapts. F. E. Young Real Estate Company FOR SALE—Seven-room bouse with bath, furnace, lull basement, 75-ft. front facing south, five blocks from down town. Price $3,800.00 Terms $800.00 cash and $700.00 per year at 6 per cent and assume $1,600.00 mortgage. FOR SALE—-Nine-room house, mod­ ern with hot water furnace and 60 foot front teeing ea?t on corner lot, three blocks from down town. Price $7,500.00 Terms, $4,000.00 cash, balance on easy terms. FOR SALE—Eight-room house, mod ern witi hot water heat, facing east, four blocks from down town. Price $5,250.00.' Terms $2,000.00 cash, balance on easy, terms. FOR SALE—'Farming lots in the new Lincoln addition on reasonable terms and easy payments. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—'Second cook at Homan's cafe. 3-3 7-3t WAN...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1917

m- REPORTS KITCH Superintendent of Standing Rock Reservation Tells of Remark­ able Progress AGRICULTURAL ACREAGE 100 PERCENT GREATER Red Man Doing' His Share to Help Great White Father With Food Production The Red Man is doing his share to assist the Great White Father at Washington to increase food produc­ tion, reports Major James U. Kitch, superintendent of the Standing I lock reservation, who arrived in Bismarck yesterday afternoon with 14 Sioux summoned here as witnesses in cases to be tried by the United 'Stales dis­ trict court. Big Increase in Acreage. The cultivated acreage on the Standing Rock Indian reservation will be from 50 to WO per cent great­ er than in previous years. The gov­ ernment has advanced I he.^ Indians m&re than worth ol' seed, to be collected for at the thresher next fall, and in addition, independent Red Men have made purchases o| $15,000 to $20,000 at Bismarck and other points. {"There is a remarkable develop­ ment in the Sioux's interest- in agri­...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 May 1917

1 4 S I The Weather Generally Fair. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO.<p></p>NORTH Stirring Addresses by L. B. Hanna, Judge Amidon, and Many Others TWO MILLION IS PORTION portion of ihesb, "bonds of loyalty." Bankers rose from itheir places at the banquet table last evening and offered 10)t,per cent of their/capital and surpiwp.„fff Ms is duplicated by every baiter ni*i state North Da­ kota's portion iijnMflUised now. vl'.iSftHSkerrWeynote., Governor^Bannaifcnd Judge Amidon struck the keynote in. their addresses, when all mercenary motives were eliminated in connection with this loan and the patriotic obligation it imposes upon every citizen, whether of meager or of swollen income, was driven home. Not only the bankers, but citizens in all walks of life are asked to take a portion of this liberty loan. The government has asked the bankers, it is true, to subscribe for large blocks and retain a goodly portion, but it wants these bonds in the hands of thousands of men, women and chi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 May 1917

Ki'v f^Tjpp!® %:$:sl TWO Wiv. Br: •v-' .' ta $• ?y|. Ij !.t tl SERMONS ARE TO NEH III Effort to Ee Made to Raise North Dakota's $12,000 in Week's Time Fargo, X. D., May IS- Sermons in all of the churches of the state Sun­ day will mark the beginning of a gen­ eral campaign for the which North Dakota has pledged the Y. M. O. A. lor war work. A committee composed of II. W. Geary, H. L. Loom is, A. W. Fowler, Major G. A. Fraser, Judge C. A. Pollock, \V. F. Cushing and H. F. Emery, all of Fargo, is in charge of the campaign, which will olose May 26. Officers and men of the First Xorth Dakota infantry en­ dorse the work done by the Y. M. C. A. on the border, and no difficulty is anticipated in raising the desired amount. Each of the larger cities— Fs^rgo, Grand 1'orks, Bismarck and Mi liot—has pledged at least $1,000. FAREWELL DEE III HONOR OF ELGIN HOIS N[IS THE! NICE Live Grant County City Shows Its Appreciation of Patriot­ ism of Sons Elgin, X. 1)., May IS—A farewell dance given at th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 May 1917

FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1917 Something Must Be Done at Once to Prevent Corner in Pood Necessities Washington, May 18.—Prediction of a social upheaval unless the rising prices of food were checlted were made today by George Anderson, United States attorney at iBoston and special assistant to Attorney General Gregory, in co-ordination with food investigations before the house agri­ cultural committee in connection with the administration food control bill. Mr. Anderson, with great emphasis, made this statement: "That a social and political up­ heaval is threatened cannot be denied or disregarded. Anyone with his ears open will bear me out. There will be a synonym fn America inconsist­ ent with law or order unless there is something done to prevent it." Mr. Anderson said the government should be empowered to break up cor­ ners in potatoes, eggs, onions, and other market products by seizing and marketing the products'held by hoard­ ers or unfair traders. 4 Mr. Anderson said he and his assistant...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 May 1917

mtm fp IP ii- I I E .'fill Ui!'( -(!•?11 (hi V?,-. i-i-y.fi .. •e- te 1 THE TRIBUNE at tlw D., N. Qui Hittw. mUSD SVBEtT DAT EZCKFT SUNDAY iPMC»IPTTONJtAT«^ PATABU Of r«llTi by mail or carrier, per month Daily, by mall, one year In .10 North Dakota Dally, by matt outaide ot North Dakota, one year ....» Dally, by mall outaide ot 4.00 #.00 North Dakota, three month*. Dally, by mall In North Dakota three months Weekly, by mall, per year ... 1.10 1.26 1.60 Itanbcr Audit Bureau ot Clrcolatlo* WEATHER REPORT For 24 hours ending at noon, May 18: AO Temperature at 7:00 a. m. Temperature at noon Jo iriighest yesterday 7' .'Lowest yesterday Lowest last night '"J Precipitation 'Highest wind velocity JO—&w Forecast. For North Dakota: 'Fair tonight and Saturday cooler in east portion tonight. St. Paul Lowest Temperatures Fargo WilHston Grand Forks Pierre ,r® 8 Winnipeg 46 Helena Chicago Swift Current ?-2 Kansas City •6**' San Francisco 48 ORRIS W. 110BERTS, •J I Prudery is no more a sign of ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 May 1917

11 .j f-ji'.v. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1917. Call, iMrs. SOCIETY Members of Company A Given Fine Feed by Auxiliary Women Members of Company A, stationed at Camp Frazier, bad a fine feed Thursday night. Everything that goes to make up a sumptuous bill of fare was served the boys in army fashion •by members of the women's auxiliary to the company. With a big truck wagon filled with loads of good things, a committee of the auxiliary, composed of Mrs. Plow, Mrs. Peter Reid, Mrs. Donald Mc Phee, Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Hugo Mella, Mrs. N. L. E. P. Quain, •Mrs. Nelson and Miss Leila Diesem, went to the camp from the (Hughes Electric company, where all donations were left. Automobiles loaned by pa­ triotic citizens carried the committee on their, mission. The boys had prepared a big fire in the camp kitchen and all was in read­ iness for putting the finishing touches to the big feed. After the potatoes were prepared and the meat put on 40 roast, the salads and desserts were quickly arranged and in a sho...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 May 1917

R-i^-.'v.: SCOOP rWE'R oss-T. GOT Mi uniwrm1 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club- W. L. Pet. Chicago 21 ft .700 L\ew York 14 7 .«G7 ft ,i09 Boston IS 1 .581 St. l.ouis 1 11 Cincinnati 12 18 .400 Brooklyn S i:i .381 Pittsburgh 9 is GAMES THURSDAY. Chicago, 2 Boston, I. Philadelphia, S Pittsburgh, 2. New York. 1 St. Louis, 2. Hrooklyn, j:i Cincinnati, 10. GAMES SATURDAY. Cincinnati at boston. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Chicago at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at New York. Chicago at Boston. Club— It. II. K. Chicago 2 (i 1 Boston 1 1 Batteries—Seaton and Elliot Allen and Gowdy. Pittsburgh at Philade!ph'.'. Club— R. H. E. Pittsburgh 9 0 Philadelphia 8 1 1 Batteries—Catfson and \Yugner ltixey and Ifcillifer. St. Louis at New York. It. H. E. YorW *"'A*"-::' 2 4 2 .......TO 15 4 'Batteries—4Y'atjjon, Davenport and &: j30i}0 |nd McCarty. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. R. H. E. Cincinnati 10 17 Brooklyn 13 14 3 Batteries—'Perry and Clark Smith and Miller. AMERICAN LEAUUE. Cluib— W. L. Pet. Boston .17 S .('.80 New Yor...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 May 1917

FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1917. USE THIS LIKE you FOR SALE—Seven-room house with bath, furnace, full basement, 75-ft. front facing south, five blocks fram down town. Price $3,800,00 Terms $800.00 cash and t«K).«0 per year at 6 iier cent and assume $1,600.00 mortgage. FOR SALE—^Nine-room house, mod­ ern with hot Water furnace and 60 foot front facing east on corner lot, three blocks from down town. Price $7,500.00 Terms, $4,000.00 cash, balance on «asy terms. FOR SALE—Eight-room house, mod­ ern wila liot water heat, facing east, four blocks from down town. Price *5,250.00. Terms $2,000.00 cash, balance oh easy terms. FOR SALE—Farming lots in the now Lincoln addition on reasonable terms and ©fffcy i^lnehtfei .v F. E. Young WANTED—Two dining room girls and dish washer. Homan's aCfe. '5-18-6t WANTED—Two girls to wash dishes. Homan's cafe. 5-16-3t WANTED cafe. St. Louis, Mo. JORJLENT FOfMl^NT—-Nicely N modern, "•*•.' "SlitV 'V*V r. F. E. Young Real Estate Company Real Estate Tel. No. 78 Offices in...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 May 1917

M-HI.-i.I-.'W."-' EIGHT I $: OF PUBLICITY: Already Has 25 Registrars En­ listed for Voluntary, Un­ compensated Service WAR DEPARTMENT TELLS OF PROCEEDURE ADOPTED The pulling power of publicity has fully impressed itself upon Sheriff French. Through no other agency than a single news story printed in Tuesday's Tribune, the sheriff is re­ ceiving volunteers from all parts o£ Burleigh county to assist in the reg­ istration preliminary to the selective draft for the first United States army of 500,000. To date 2~ have reported. As many more are needed, but the sheriff is confident they will come for­ ward. Volunteers whose services have been accepted are: Riverview Township— Hi it V- i1 k' 7 \V. Sperry. The x. •, Driscoll—E. K. Ersland. Baldwin—I. M. Capper. Painted Woods—Edward Peterson Kismarck—H. P. Knappen, B. E. Jones, E. H. Dummer, Ole Benson, Bruce E. Jackson, Fred Peterson, iMelvin Hagen. Fort Lincoln—W. S. Ferry. AUDITORIUM Friday, May 18 THE: MOST FASCINATING COMEDY OF THE: DA...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 May 1917

Ml1 t"*\ «."* 'Ua^f 11, W"*lly Filr. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO. 118 45 MEETS WITH E Hundreds of Dollars Already Con­ tributed to Good Work in Bismarck CAPITAL CITY SECTION PREPARING FOR FRONT Delegation of Surgeons and Nurs­ es Will Go to France— Wom­ en Working MEETS SUCCESS. The committee of 45, which last Thursday beq&n soliciting funds for the Bismarck chapter of the iRed Cross, has met with splendid response from the capi­ tal city. Each committeeman's subscriptions to date range from $50 to 9100. In only one instance has any member of the big com­ mittee met: with refusal. Individ­ ual subscriptions run all the way from $1 to 924. I)r. Quain, when war was declared, paid a personal visit to Washington and tendered the services of a Bis­ marck Bection. Shortly after his re turn from the national capital he re­ ceived telegraphic advice that his ten­ der had been accepted and instruc­ tions to proceed at once with the or­ ganization and equipment of the locaj section and to be ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 May 1917

\f: TWO 1 Wisconsin Man Purchases Fam­ ous Equity Property-Will Increase Capacity Fairniount. X. I)., May 1!.—The (Fairniount mill, which occupied a prominent place in the deliberations of the last legislature on the terminal elevator proposition, and which was made the basis for Fairmount's argu­ ment that a state-owned terminal ele­ vator should be located here, has been sold to M. Ladd of Osceola. Wis. Mr. Ladd has been interested in the enterprise since its inception and is an experienced miller. ITn announces that the capacity, now .W) barrels daily, will lie increased to l.AOO to 2,00(i per (lav. The mill is said to be the best equipped in the Northwest outside of Minneapolis.' BIG ATTENDANCE AT HAYNES COAL MINE'S ANNUAL BARBECUE Haynes, X. D., May 19.—There was an unusually good attendance at the annual barbecue, held at the 'r Safety First When Buying Baking Safe To USE Safe Son'i Guess 1EWS OF NORTH DAKOTA AND NORTHWEST lHaynes Co-operative Coal 'Mining company's mine. Farm...

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