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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 November 1916

ivu««viiuHi SOCIETY ANNUAL CLUB BANQUET WAS ELABORATE AFFAIR The annual banquet of the Fort­ nightly club, held Tuesday eve in the home of Dr. and Mrs. N-. O. Ramstad In Fourth street, was one of the most successful social functions yet given by the club. All the appointments of the elaborate affair were in pink and white, the club's colors, and a profu­ sion of chryanthemums featured. The sumptuous banquet was nerved at two long tables and the hour wa9 1 o'clock. The taibles held clusters of chrysanthemums and hand painted place cards In the shape of butterflies were used. iFred L. Conklin was the toastmaster and responses were made by H. J. I.inde, who spoke on "The Modern Prlscllla" Miss I^aura B. San derpon, on "The Outlook" J. J. John­ son, on "The Commercial West" Mrs, iM. C. Rudlong, on "The Ameri­ can," and iM. J, Martin, on "The Re vie^ of Reviews." The subjects cov­ ered were names of American maga­ zines and each toast was greatly en­ joyed. „On the back of the place card...

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. — 23 November 1916

s/ 1 six JkY, 2^?.^. '^. .V pR I 1 V. SCOOP REPORTER Wartime Atmosphere Grips New York on Eve Of Army-Navy Classic New York, Nov. 23.—The advance guard of spectators is already in possession of the leading hotels this afternoon and the registers read like ilie roster of a military naval gathering Uniformed officers of both branches of the service and the rival academies lend a wartime atmosphere to up­ town streets and hosteleries which appears stragely out of place amid the work-a-day rush of the average citizen of the metropolis. Why All This Militarism? Why all this militarism? Just this. For the twenty-first time since ls!W, the Army and the Navy football teams will meet in mimic battle up­ on the gridiron here next Saturday when the two service elevens lineup on the Polo grounds greensward. Notwithstanding the counter attrac­ tion of the Harvard-Yale contest at New Haven every ticket for the vast baseball stadium has been sold for several weeks and the gathering of spectators w...

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. — 23 November 1916

jm r| 1 £tfrowAy, kotw i»i« '. cnu'liri rH'-'dk I Ho Advertisements Accepted'T. F." 'Till forbidden CIassified AdSr-Ca$h ia A^ancei No Ads Accfeptedafter Six O'clock P. M. NOW TO AWWill UNO AM. II ato stlMt wttk ranftsrs or (kW'V 'WW bj J#or addreeMd to tm lumber clTaa fi& tie id. Trlbano *m ttoyw ar# not permitted to toU irhe HT advertiser Is. Mail or fiiii ftm* imw ttf TrlbQM NO. -—, ud tm .wfg forward it to the adTartlfW. ._ HARVEY HARRIS CO. J^P. Jackson, Mgr. 320 ACRES—Close to town, with Ocreek on both quarters good soil Very fine for a man with stock. A real bargain. 160 'ACRES—Geod soil lies excejv tionally well pice, grove of trees not far from a loading station. A good piece of property that can be bought at a low price. A large, list of houses and lots for sale in all parts of the c^ty. HARVEY HARRIS A CO. 100X8 FOB UHT FOR RENT—Furnished rooms .300 Ninth St. Phone 683R. 1122-6t FOR~RENT—Furnished modern rooms. inquire 808 2nd St. FOR RENT-" WVHtTm WTMY ANIMALb. Any p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 November 1916

=-T£," Jk:ir HOH* 1 If II Sfj fS? I If Rack No. I PLUSHES' PLAIDS WOOL VELOURS BROADCLOTHS All the leading colors $25 SUITS Only a few Suits left About 25 to choose from, Values up to $45, price $17.50 To be a little slangy, they are peaches. Wool Dresses We have over 100 Wool Dresses, new ones coming in every day Prices $12.50 to $25 NEW BATH ROBES FOR HOLIDAYS We have a wonderful assort­ ment of these pretty Bath Robes at $5.97 to $15 each MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Combination Suits Crepe de Chines and Muslins Gowns with Initials Nainsooks Envelope Chemise VERY LOW PRICES BOUDOIR CAPS We show a most complete line of the beautiful caps at 39c to $1.50 Each DON'T FORGET! We always handle a wonder ful line of Variety Goods, such as Motion Dolls. Toys of every kind, Threads and nic nacs. IN Ctt MM IS [EUED IHHtiT IK an gmii Duemeland Says Factory, Labor and Tin Troubles Are More f. Alarming Right Now H. J. -Duemeland, manager of the Bismarck Grocer company, is not fear­ ing a car shortage as e...

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. — 24 November 1916

The Weather Fair and Warmer. 1 (i pj?:' If a 9f TOPS* Everybody Must Go Home In Dark and Timid Hug (he Firesides WAR GREAT LEVELLER OF THE SEXES "Colonel's Lady" and Judy 0' Grady" Rub Elbows Most Democratically By MARGARET MASON. (Written fo- the United Press). Oh! London's tSpsy turvy town They dim the lights when night comes down, I The'theaters but two nights play And give a daily matinee, And most the women that you meet Have all turned workmen in the street. The rich walk while the poor ride out. Ah! truly things are turned about. London, Nov. 24.—If you are afraid to so home in the dark these days, you'd better not venture out after .tea time in London these days or rather nights. You feel as if you had been transported back into the medieval or more fittingly the dark ages when you step blinking like an owl into the murky dimly lighted thorough­ fares. I for one am glad that most of the theaters give daily matinees and but two night performances a week. It is far from a cozy...

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. — 24 November 1916

J, *»v I' !v' I TWO CONFERENCE OPENS AT II Delegates From All Sections Be gin to Arrive For Third An­ nual Meeting •j# «j» Tomorrow's Program. 9:00 a. m., Devotional—Rev. Bruce E. Jackson, Bis­ marck. 9:3ft a. m., Papers and discus­ sions "Our High SchDor—Grand /Forks. "Our Chance Without a Y. M. C. A."—Bismarck. Our Chance With a Y. M. C. A."—Fargo. 10:45 a. m., Address—E. C. Wolcott. Don't sell your Turkeys and Chickens—until after you call us up. We pay highest market price. NORTHERN PRODUCE CO. •a Netos Of North Dakota 11:30 a. m., Conference photo­ graph. 1-2:00 m., Leaders' conference- Led by state secretary. 1:30 p. m., Devotional. 1:45 p. ni., Group confer­ ences. High School and Other Clubs —Rev. Bruce E. Jackson. Y. M. C. A. Groups—C. F. Shields. 2:30 p. m., Recreation. •5:15 p. m., Conference ban­ quet. 9 Topic—"The Essentials of Self Mastery." It-rains—Grand Forks. O-ptimism—Valley City. Y-outh—LaMoure. Address—B. C. Wolcott. Address—B. C. Wolcott. •J. •*. IJ* (JT »J» Ja...

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. — 24 November 1916

L-! I I I 1 I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1916 Plaintiffs in Paving Case Allege Ford Company Not Authorized To Contract in State ALSO CLAIM PAVING FIRM HAS NO AUTHORIZED AGENT The introduction of an amendment to the original amended complaint by counsel for the property owners and the waiving of two points by both the defense and the plaintiffs relating tp the oiwnerahip oftjie ^property and that the property abuttal the proposed paving, constituted the main develop­ ments in the case of the Second dis­ trict property owners against the city commission, which came up for a hearing in the district court this morning. Askt Leave to Amend BilL Judge S. E. Ellsworth of James­ town, one of the counsel for the plain­ tiffs, asked leave at the opening of the hearing to amend the original amended complaint to include certain allegations which have since come to the attention of the attorneys for the property owners. Among these new developments, in connection with the case whereby^the owners are m...

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. — 24 November 1916

FOUR THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Postofflce, Bismarck, N. D., as Second Claas Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month... I .60 Dally, by mail, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mail, per year 1-50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE~6TATE"S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established X873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, November 24, 1916: Temperature at 7 a. m. 8 Temperature at noon 24 Highest temperature yesterday .. 321 Lowest last night 6! Precipitation Trace I Highest wind velocity 32-NW Forecast: For North Dakota: Fair tonight And Saturday rising temperature Saturday in the north and west por tions tonight. 0. W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist, ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist 4. tft, tf Nature has given women so «8» much power that the law has very wisely given them little. «5» —Dr. Johnson. A LONG REIGN. Authenticated history records no reign as long as that concluded bv the death of Francis Joseph, late em­ per...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 November 1916

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24,1916 Fri. and SOCIETY First Popular Concert Phenominnal Success Seldom has a group:of'local artists covered themselves with more glory than those who presented the pro­ gram last evening at the popular con­ cert given in the Auditorium. From an artistic standpoint it was a decid­ ed success, each' number being given with splendid interpretation and fin­ ish. The concert wag given primarily to further interest in and. create a more pronounced musical atmosphere in the Capital City. Through the un­ tiring efforts of Mrs. W. F. Cushing the program of last evening was made possible and the patrons of music were given a good Insight as to the worth .of tfie Capital City musical tal­ Christmas 1916 ,Your friends can buy anything you can give them— except your pho­ tograph. Make- an immediate appoint* merit Studio Open Sundays and Thanksgiving Holmboe Studio QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHS PHONE 254 "Wv'f-fclv J.1 Thanksgiving Time Reminds us this year particularly that we have maA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 November 1916

8XZ SCOOP REPORTER Xoure^ R\avr SeoCP-WHUT VVE. NEED-iS PRft^TlCE^ SC-Q^imG-f Fu=u Goal. stuff: ifferfft BAcro CHOICE SEATS ALL GONE FOR CHICAGO-- Chicago, Nov. 24—A repetition of tli UHl season is what ilie Midway students cxpect when the Maroons clash with the Gophers on Saturday. After a disastrous early season and an overwhelming defeat at the hands of Minnesota, the M&roons defeated Wisconsin, which had tied the Goph­ ers, and Cornell in the last two con­ tests. The surprising victory of the Maroons over Illinois, the conqueror of Minnesota, lias inspired the Mid­ way students to faith in an even greater comeback. Badgers Had Feeble Front. The task which confronts Stagg is a great one, but not such a problem as would seem by the i4 to 0 defeat which AVilliaras' machine handed the Withington eleven from Madison. After the first quarter, Wisconsin re­ alized it was beaten and put up a feeble front, according to Assistant Coach Pat Page, whe saw the game. The Badgers have not ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 November 1916

1 I' kY, NOVEMBER 24, 1916 ass l- J. •rjrinSr&r. P. Jackson, No Advertisements Accepted "T. F." 'Till forbidden Classified No Ads Accepted after fjMOtt TO AMWKIt BUNS' AM. •fA® U» aigntd wttk acmtanser IMtalfli can Tribune most be a*" mm* br letteraddressed to a* iapber given In the ad. Tribnaa t» gfcsyes an* not permitted to tellvho advertiser Is. Mall or sand year irar to Tribune No. and ue forward it to the advertiser. W. Z. HIP WAMT1P MAM WANTED-^Cigar makers also cigar banders. 423 Third St. W. F. Erlen meyer. Good opening for competent- barber, with small capital. Box 776 Dunn Center, ©. _ll-24-|t WANTEO—First class Apply Shoe Hospital. SKLP WANTED FKMAL1 WANTED—Experienced waitress and chambermaid at Hotel Nigey,\Man _day. ll-24-3t WANTED—Lady stenographer for one month salary $75.00. Address' 33, tare Tribune. ll-21-6t WANYED—Girl for general housed work. Highest wages. Call at 511 Washington avenue, or 'phone 93. WANTED—Strong Mgr. *320 ACRES—Close to town, with creek o...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 November 1916

wm K-- ':••'•:*. 10 BE HEAVILY Complete Returns Show that League Suffered Very Few Defeats FAILS TO lilECT MEN ON SOCIALISTIC SLATE Organization Admits Difficulty of Winning Outside Regular Parties Tlfe Tribune presents below the first complete, oflicial list of members who will Compose the Fifteenth Jegis lative assembly. The house is over­ whelmingly Non-Partisan in complex­ ion, while the league, has elected enough members of the senate to give the organization, with the hold-overs who it claims, easy control of the up­ per chamber. The line-up when legislature con­ venes nex January will be as follows: The Senate. President—A. T. 'Kraabel, lieuten­ ant-governor, Clifford, 1L X. P. First—Walter Welford, Pembina, D. N. P. Second—J. A. Englund, Kenmare, holdover. ho-Mayoe 7 if' BREAD IMPROVER [As a Helping iiandj on Bake Days, "«i •HO-MAYOE'is a boon to tread makers, j. There are positively. 110. 'failures wfierr It is'used: ter liow unfavorable the conditioilf, are for bread makin...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1916

If. *V IJRS The Weather Fair and Warmer. TO Thousands of Machines Encircled Great Yale Bqwl for Annual Gridiron Contest MINNESOTA LEADS CHICAGO FIRST QUARTER, 14 TO 0 Army Holding Edge Over Marines in First Period of Play With 9 to 0 Score .New Haven, Conn., Nov. 25.—Yale defeated Harvard here this afternoon 6 to 3. Football prosperity and the high cost of living intermingled in the great annual contest. More than 75,000 persons began to thread their way to Yale bowl before noon today to see Yale-Harvard foot­ ball game. A driving wind and a tem­ perature below freezing made life de­ cidedly interesting. Football enthusi­ asm, was at high pitch steamers and brilliant colored sweaters and fur overcoats. were in evidence. An ad­ vance notice said thsit 77,453 tickets were sold. In New Haven, it was stated these did not include more than 200. press tickets 404 sideline seats and a thousand or more temporary ball game, the proximity of Cambridge gave Harvard students almost as good a ch...

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. — 25 November 1916

•••-^^M--*'-y ?V f, %t #v J-- XVN SENTENCED TO SERVE 10 YEARS IN I*EN1TEXTIARY Stanley, X. D., Xov. 25—John Riley, who was arrested here last fall for implication in the robbery of L. 3tf. Ol­ son, which ended in the murder of Olson, entered a plea of guilty this week and was sentenced to serve 10 years at the state penitentiary. MAN WHO THREATENED TO KILL WOMAN I NOER KAIL Jamestown, X. D., Xov. 25—Henry Schultz, who was arrested last week on the charge of threatening to kill ]\Irs. Amelia Miller, of Streeter, be­ cause she would liot elope with him, is at liberty on $500 bail bonds. AUTO A WIDE NT VICTIM REGAINS TONSl'IOrSNESS Jamestown, X. D., Xov. 25—The -condition of Manager 1. M. Sorlie of the Northwestern 'J'elephone company who was injured in an auto accident last Saturday afternoon, is reported favorable, today. He regained con­ sciousness tjioday for the first time since the accident last week near Churchs Ferry... NORTH DAKOTA READY TO GO r.NOEIl WINTEK SNOW Minneapolis, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1916

v.*- Vd •t •."..' \day" I 7 nA necessary: -intelligent care and Newbro's Herpicide. Get a bottle to- .. Guaranteed by The Herpicide Co. Applications at the better barber shops. Sold Everywhere. Lenhart Drug Co., Special Agts. The McConkey Com. Co. Are making prices as follows: Jonathan or Grinies Golden Apples, per box .. $1.60 Empress Grapes* per lb .25c ''Bluebird Spinach, No. 3 size 2 for 35c 11 lbs Granulated Sugar for $1.00 Bananas, large, fat ones, per doz 30c Extra Fancy, Full Cream Cheese, per lb 35c Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 3 1-2 lbs 25c The only store in the city that keeps Java & Mocha Coffee, per lb 45c Seeded Raisins, 2 lbs for 25c A 25c Bottle of Catsup, only.2$c Bars Hi?h Grade White Laun­ dry Soap for 25c 2 Qts CranberHes for .... ...25c Cans No. 2 Size Bluebird Brand Succotash for .v .25c Bath Towels, good size, each 10c v' A Cupid's R»ld#|||gl a With the raids Whether done in braid ^or pysche, natural fluffy hair is a supreme satisfre­ tion to its owner sad...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1916

FOUB pi fS# N I THE TRIBUNF Entered at the Postofflce, Bismarck, D., Second Class Matter. www STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, November 25,1916: Temperature at 7 a. 9 Temperature at .12 noon .. 29 Highest yesterday 26 Lowest last night "0• 5 «8 Conservative: One who is "J* opposed to the things he is in favor of,—Anonymous. GREECE TAKES LEAP. It is a divided Greece that enters the war. The provisional government that has usurped all constitutional powers ignores King Constantine, who leans toward the Teutons and has insisted upon strict neutrality. .What the ultimate outcome will be of this declaration of war remains to he seen. Does this disregard for mon­ archy mean the establishment of a Greek republic? Developments in Greece will be watched with even closer interest than in the past. Success others. ?. "i .•I? •:•.? "'•-.a stimulates some' stupefies MARMARTH OIL FIELDS, I(*i8 gratifying: that some definite st...

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. — 25 November 1916

4 I i-* I* -f 4 •Ih l„\ "'£T SATURDAY NOV. 25,1916. SOCIETY S:iH,V Musical Club To Give S The Third Recital recital $f the Thursday IVfusical club, which will be held Friday evening in the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Roan in Avenue A. The date has been changed from Thursdky evening, be­ cause of Thanksgiving. 'Mrs. W'il: iia.ni V. 'Kiebert, soprano W. L. Mil "er, tojior Mrs. Roan, .pianist Miss laibel Wright, pianist, and uMiss Doris Ifsk, coutijalto, will present the pi-o *"ani. The recitals, which were in educed fo$ the first time this sea­ son, are meeting with considerable SUQO^SS, and are being well attended toy members and friends of the ?lub. Wilton Visitors Mer«.' Mrs. \y. i*. M'acbmber, Mrs. R. *C. Thompson, Mrs. B. Bartholomnw and Cr. \V. Stewardt of Wilton were vis­ itors in (be city Friday. Entertains Club. Mrs. A. P. Lenhart was hostess yes­ terday afternoon at her home in Av A special program of musical num­ bers is toeing arranged for the third ^Christmas 1916 t$! J.-•...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1916

I I SCOOP fi¥! ,! 5 I 0- «,*? if- mm. REPORTER p) "©flit iMTt" %u-' %^i !E IBM I COIPMSHDM Commissioner in Report Notes Ad­ mission of New Associa- tions Five new county mutual insurance companies were admitted in North Dakota during the fiscal year cover­ ed bv Insurance Commissioner Tay­ lor's thirteenth annual report of the department. These were the Farm­ er's County Mutual Insurance asso­ ciation of Sheridan county, McClus •Jcy the Fram 'Fanners' Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Williams county, E. H. L. Vesperman, ,-.'- r*T'vn«jyww»i»-vw'r.T.»« Manager, Bismarck Auditorium. (rOUX BOSS- ITS UP "TO OS ^0 POT FORWARD PASS 0VER.-3 SCORE,- 96-5^-3*-37 /5"~ FROM DOLUflFi TRftZAH BOY- UEZ tQ Bonetrail the Hettinger County Mu­ tual Fire Insurance Co. of Mott the Mountrail County Mutual Insurance Co. of Manitou. and the Wildrose Fanners' Mutual Fire and Lightning Insurance Co. of Wildrose. New fire insurance companies were the American Eagle Fire Insurance Co. of New York tlie Norwegian Un...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1916

-4P:f 1 •x v:V lett- SU •vV B' j-w IS I* i* t' TL:' ^igtei '^K- .W-Jfe4^y 1WS55 HMW.VO No Advertisement Accepted "T. F.'V'Till Forbidden Classified Ad»—Cash in Ad 7 No Adi Accepted after Six ANSWIR MJtm AM. '^,B -'i signed «Hh anOffig limber given la the aid. Trlbun* *m |tores p» not psrmltteito teU who jpji* edvertlMr .lt. Mall or seiri yonr lqswer to Tribune No. —-, and TTO jlfll forward it to the adveitlaer. Z. F. KELP WANTED MALI WANTED—Cigar makers /also cigar banders. 423 Third St". W. F. Erlen meyer. Good opening for competent barber, with small capital. Box 776 Dunn Center, N. ©. jll-24-6t shoe maker. ,1-wk. WANTED—First class Apply Shoe Hospital. WANTS) HARVEY HARRI8 4 CO. J. P. Jackson, Mgr. 320 ACR EA—Close to town, with creek on both quartern good soil vefy flue for a man with stock. A real bargaj^i 160'ACRES—Good soil lies excep­ tionally well nice grove of trees not far from a loading station. A good piece of property that can be bought at a low price. A large list of ...

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. — 25 November 1916

'•&••• 'v 1 fc'.i .r •x- A "V1•'.• 'i^^r'::,v'!:'' EIGHT 7 T*f fy £vj §4 AFTER BANDITS. Hugo, Okla., Nov. 24.—Posses are searching the swamps near here to a ,... 1 ., 'it 1 l--r 'T. '••.' i' •.:••• :K I vf JEWELERS JC OPTICIANS BISMARCK. N. OAK Our stock, Jue to early arrivals,^Irly abounds in highly'acceptable Gifts in fh&e Jewelry, Jewelry Novelties, Precious Stones set in any number of haB^iBMn designs, Silverware, Hawkes Out Glass and a pretty display of Wedfcewood Pottery. "MK WATCH OUB WINDOWS FOB MERCHANDISE SUITABLE FOB CHBISTMAS GIFTS JR'...''. Knowles &]Haney Jewelers and Importers of diamonds. Bismarck, N. D. Your car should have the right attention and care to be in fit condition next spring. You are running a greal^risk if you store your car in a place* that is not provided with heat. The constantly changing weather extremes, 1 HEKICORO The Self Made Cigar day for bandits who held up the First National bank at Boswell and secured $11400 in cash. OTA Knowles ...

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