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Enterprise Publishing Co. (Yorkton, Sask.)
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Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the January 8, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Optimism the keynote at first council; Electric light off for 3 weeks; 25 lawyers made King's council; C.N.R. Yorkton branch to be rushed to Regina; Good collections in Wallace R.M.; Our men of affairs; 65 per cent of taxes collected; Farmers and townsmen at festive board; Record year at Yorkton post office; Temperance forces consider action unfair; Letters to the Editor; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the March 12, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Over 500 pupils in attendance at public schools; Yorkton rinks win at Canora; Parcel post limit raised to 11 pounds; Miss Felton and the Allen Players in The Woman; Simpson school report; Annual meeting and banquet of board of trade; Saskatchewan news; The Allen Players in The Woman; Citizens' Bonspiel opens tomorrow; Splendid concert of choral society; Game licenses bring $18000; Experimental farm has been petitioned for; Canadian national ideal wanted; A.H. Ball on future of Saskatchewan; Vagaries of Lent are now plainly explained to us; New industries may locate at Yorkton; Build the court house; Good roads; Religious census of Yorkton; Scott's bogus promises exposed; Classified advertisements; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; The Holy City; Grazing of Dominion Forest reserves; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the April 30, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Tomorrow is clean-up day in Yorkton; Town football league formed; Bank officials impressed with town; Victoria Day celebration; What the council did this week; Preparing for big conference; Farmers trip to Saskatoon; $100000.000 of insurance in force; Fair will be bigger and better than ever; Talented artists appear here May 1; Grand union field day; Horticultural Society formed; Ten years ago; Drunken brawl results in fine; Lawns and trees to be protected; Sports ground will be improved; Ideal creamery welcomed here; Will complete C.N.R. to Yorkton this year; Lack of interest in education; Classified advertisements; Build an auditorium skating rink; Free trade in wheat; The duties of citizenship; Functions of a Board of Trade; Letters to the Editor; Social and personal; Commission to investigate implement companies; Grain storage capacity in 1913 49294000 bus.; Hospital ladies' aid concert; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the May 28, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Subscription of $15000 for Lutherans; Cabinet ministers invited to Yorkton; New fire hall may be erected; I.H.C. leaders in town league; Choral society's good showing; Bigger and better fair than ever; Victoria Day celebration a great success; District football league schedule; Cases heard at District Court; Council sets 1914 rate at 15 mills; An acknowledgement; Improvement of roads undertaken; Winners of Monday's races; Yorkton holds Wanderers to a scoreless tie; Classified advertisements; The Methodist Conference; The roads question; The need of a school nurse; Street sprinkling; Help for widow and fatherless; Methodist conference programme; Keep up the good work; Social and personal; Subscription of $15000 for Lutherans; Present day problems for Western Canada; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the June 18, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: $27500 for new fire hall and equipment; Plan extensions to cereal mill; Reasons for the erection of a drill hall; C.N.R. will rush work on lines; Hard work of recent session; Relation of pulpit and pew; Many matters occupy attention Board of Trade; Laymen appreciated Yorkton's hospitality; Yorkton Fair prize list out; 22 seats for West in next House; Yorkton cavalry entrain for Sewell Monday; Baseballers win at Elfros sports; Judge Lamont gives decision in reserved cases; Classified advertisements; $6254 short; Continue the good work; Good roads mean; What an inch of rain is; Familty conservation - the widow and the state; Celebration of peace centenary; New fast route to Eastern Canada; Advertisers must tell the truth; Social and personal; Tour of better farming special; Letters RE Rokeby services; Resolutions of conference on important topics; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the June 25, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Big profits from culture of sugar beets; Saddle horses and pony prizes; Outlaws suffer first defeat; Plans submitted for fire hall; To Canora by special train; Live stock must be kept; King's Birthday honors announced; Summer fallow and standing grain competition; Splendid showing of local paper; Statistics shown growth province; Attending ninth annual convention; Yorkton easily defeats Saltcoats; Big gathering of Ruthenian pupils Wroxton; Mixed farming to cheapen living; Yorkton business and professional directory; Classified advertisements; A merited honor; The Premier's Western tour; The business of play; Towns that make good; Nursing for people of moderate means; Handsome new steamship Noronic; A review of the season; Summer fallowing; Social and personal; Implement companies have farmers by throat; To encourage sheep breeding; How to feed dairy cattle; Success result of work not luck; Particulars of summer course; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Annual road drag competition; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the July 16, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Everything is readiness for the exhibition; I.O.O.F. commence new term; Rink site not settled; Rev. McLennan gives report of assembly; Canadian history in the making; Runaway accident at Sheho; Narrow escape of Galician boy; C.N.R. Yorkton to Wroxton this year; Championship road race; Proposed line to Hamton; Roblin returned to power; I.H.C. are winners of town league; Annual meeting of Canadian Press; Will have 219 elevators by Fall; Social and personal; Alberta oil leases; The banks and the farmer; Advancement of agriculture; Letters to the Editor; Made good money in mixed farming; Where woman are interested; Yorkton business and professional directory; Christopherson wins case; Classified advertisements; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest; Ratepayers' Ass'n [Association] for Yorkton; Melville vs. Yorkton; I.H.C. are winners of town league; Indian dance has been prohibited

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the October 15, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Branch of Canadian patriotic association formed at Yorkton; Decided advance in grain prices; G.H. Gilbert wins rifle shoot; New interior elevator open; $6600 disbursed in purchase of military horses; Qualifications of school nurses; Ten years ago; Excitement at gas works Friday; $9400 contract starts next week; Normal school training courses; Convincing proof of fiendish atrocities of Germans received here; The people's page of classified advertisements, auction sale announced; Yorkton business and professional directory; Support of the Patriotic Fund; The progress of the war; Encourages consumption of Canadian products; A good motoo; Pulling together; The duty of the hour; Germans and the war; Prepare the seed bed better; The surtax; Social and personal; Question of work and Made-in-Canada; Every housewife can do her share; The outlook in Canada; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the December 31, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Will purchase war horses at Yorkton; Sunday next a day of prayer; Patriotism of mounted police; Masonic officers installed; Yorkton troops are all well and feel fine; Annual meeting postponed; German rebellion hinted in letters; Appalling cost of Great War; Ten years ago; Commission rate on oats reduced to 5-8c per bus. [bushell]; 64 rinks in patriotic bonspiel; British navy is ever on the alert; Demonstration farm great need of district; Classified advertisements; $457 raised for Patriotic Funds; The New Year; Commission charges on oats; Well done!; Wake up!; Debt and taxes; A thought for today; Compulsory education; Well said; A note for today; Would you?; Social and personal; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the January 22, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: W. Grunert killed at Springside; Citizens want a municipal rink; Harbottle wins H.B. Competition; The newly-weds ably presented; Veterans defeated by 6-1 score; Conservatives will meet at Canora; Land taxation and its meaning; Hold up near Willowbrook; Our men of affairs; Big dramatic production Friday; The rosary capably presented; 943 homesteads patented last year; Banish the bar fight begins; Death of Lord Strathcona, High Commissioner; Methodists stand ready for union; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; The Galician in Canada; The provincial tuberculosis sanitarium; Wynyard Hotel burned; Conservatives at Bredenbury strong; Social and personal; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; Classified advertisements; Topics of local and general interest; Fox exports reached $200000

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

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