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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, October 22, 1903, Image 8

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JOBBED BY PAL
While Charles Watson Sfurttbered He
Says His Partner Went Through
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His Clothes.
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A. W. Welly was arrested fast riight
I bout 6 o'clock and confined in the city
lil, charged' with larceiiy froni the per
in. Tftis morning a formal complaint
ras made aaramst him by Charles Wat
jon. Watson states that during the past
ason he has been employed with a
ireshing crew working in this county,
ifnong othef memfcets of the crew
rere A. VV. Kelly, the accused and Pet
|fr Smith. The threshers completed their
thors a number of days ago. were paid
jiff and came to Fargo. The three men
jamed were friendly disposed and
foomcd and ate together. On.Tuesday
llight they went to a cheap lodging
fcouse on lower Front Street, where
they secured a room with three beds in
jk, and each was to occupy a separate
ed. In undertaking to lock the room
Watson discovered that the lock
Was and that he could not make
the dor secure. He made known the
fact to his companions.
"I'll fix that." replied Kelly, and he
proceeded to roll his bed up against the
floor. "No person can get in now. and
they do. they'll get me first and you
^fellows will not get hurt." concluded
Kelly as he piled into bed. and the trio
was soon in the arms of Morpheus.
The next morning when Watson and
Smith awoke they found Kelly's bed
Jmpty and the occupant gone. They
iliistrusted
Hass ed'over to Moorliead later in the
day and met Kelly in one of the bar
ooms. He was spending money liber
lly. which strengthened tiieir beliel
that he had robbed them. The men
^reused him of the act and a small
iized rumpus followed. The Moorhead
golice caught on to the difficulty and
forced the men to come over to this
iidc. Kelly balked after crossing the
bridge and started back. Watson and
Smith insisted that he come on up
Street. Kelly pulled a knife pn his
friends and made a break across the
bridge. His victims followed and the
three were arrested and confined in the
Ijjloorhead city jail. Chief Gowland was
notified and with Captain Grant brought
|jie parties to this city last evening.
T/hile in a saloon at Moorhead Kelly
gave Watson $2 of the money alleged
to have been taken. He states that he
found Smith's knife on the room floor.
Smith states that his pockets had been
tffied during the niglit spent at the
Aborning house, but that he had taken
tjie precaution to pin his money to his
iftiirt, in which he slept. Watson and
'fjmith will be kept in confinement as
fitnesses, unless they can make bond.
§earey
Kelly was arraigned before Justice
this morning, and the charge
'jpas changed from larceny from the per
son to petty larceny. The complain
Kftg witness stated tha: the money was
aken
from under his pillow. The hear
of the case was set for tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
CFEAP HOMES.
Three "six-room houses. Three 50x
140-foot lots, one of which is- a corner
fbt with south and east exposure, oth
ers with east frontage, 16catcd six
'tyocjis from tfie government building
fjfrice $4,000. If taken singly. $1,400
i?ach. Terms—your own making,.Mor
ton &
o V. v
WILD WHEAT GRASS:
"I ^llendale Record: One of a party of
^Jo'wans who was out here a few weeks
Sgo looking oyer Dickey County land
v%ith
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a view to purchasing, picked up
id examined some of our wild wheat
rass, saying it was quack grass, and
gopd for hay. D. T. Youker. our
"iftwnsman, sent a specimen to Wash
ington, and has received the following
fi "United States Department of Agri
(fedtufe Bureau of Plant Industry,
\Vashineton. D. C.. Sept. 30. 1003.—Mr.
©.-?T Youker, Ellendale, N. D.—Dear
Sir: The specimen of grass in your let
ffcr qf Sept. 22 is one of the wild wheat
.grasses found throughout the north west
#-n states. Although it belongs to the
me group as quack grass it is not that
ccies. It yields one of the best quali
ies of hay to be found in the northwest,
"rom the small sample sent I am un
le to tell the exact variety, but it is
gie of the forms that goes under the
neral name of blue stem or Colorado
ue stem. However, it is not the^same
the blue stem of tl^e Mississippi Val
jt.v, which has a crow-foot-like seed
tru^,
A.
fielf)
Hk*'
,.T#ue, hut there's gip
to iler
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ALICE CONSOLIDATE.
Stat* Mt *1 A lie* Buy# tfcs
••••v tU* First Baatt
.i
$ Ft
that all was not well, and
ijook a hasty inventory of their assets.
fg
at son discovered that his all, consi&t
of $15, had disappeared with Kelly.
.\£nd Smith was shy a pocket knife. They
Last Friday
Business «f
Ffffirt State Bank of
Altee
more.. Yesterday a deal was cjosed
whereby S. G. More of the State J3ank
of Alice -comes into possession of thp
bij4tne»s and. .(good will of the First
State Bank, and ,the doors of that in
stitution were closed last night and the
business of the two institutions w|S
consolidated and will hereafter fyfc
transacted by the State Bank of Alice.
•Andrew Lowry. who was formerly
cashier of the First State Bank has
filled a vacancy in the bank at Leonard
caused by the resignation of W. H.
Redmon Two |anks at Alice were es
tablished six months ago, the Firrt
State Bank occupying the field a few
weeks prior to the starting of the State
Bank. There was scarcely enough
business for two banks in the thrifty
little city and the consolidation will be
beneficial to all parties concerned.
PLOWMAN WANTEJ*.
Six hundred acres tq plow. Steady
work for balance of season. Morton
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.
Ellendale Record: Russian named
Schapber, who has Been working on one
of the threshing machines, came into
town sick 011 Sunday, and 0:1 Monday
went to a physician for medical aid. Dr.
McManus 011 examination .found the
man to be suffering froni a well develop
ed, case of diohthefia. and the patient
was immediately sent out to his home
near Cold water, and will there be
closely looked after by the health of
ficers. One of his companions at the
threshing machine of Ed Schiefner was
into town on Siinday and was detained
by the authorities to prevent further
spread of the disease. He was thor
oughly fumigated but Monday night he
escaped and his whereabouts are un
known.
a
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Russian womaij, re­
siding in tlie west part of the county,
and whose family is said to be suffer
ing with scarlet fever, came into town
with a load of cream cans for the cream
station, potatoes, etc. The load was
promptly confiscated under the direc
tion of State's Attorney Webb, and
hauled to the dump ground and the wo
man was sent back to her home. Dr.
Ho wen. the county physician, is now in
the hills investigating the matter, and
will do his utmost to wipe out the dis
ease.
One qf the men working on the
threshing machine of Ed Schifner was
taken sick and was sent to Oakes for
treatment. His case was pronounced
diphtheria, but the case was too far ad
vanced for'.Jiitn to obtaift relief,'.and he
liied iii'ri'sh'Srf tihie?"
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For golf and caddies
Call for Kverhart's \yalnut
^addie^
Queen's Favorites
and Bitter Sweets
Chocolates.
J"
S. Hitchcack.
^acting Agrostolbglst.
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HOUSE UKI^isHIrjos
\^oman ipakes the hqgne^. "It is a wojuian, ajKd. only a wQin^n
—a woman all by liersel/, if she likes, ami without aity awii
her—who can turn a house into a hOtne.
as W. O. Ot
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BUOAWM.
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4ALL DEALERS...
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to
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in tbe land that can be of such help
pr-vj
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UNION
MADE
ts no
CLOTHES
0
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IS
The World, Fainou4 l^pp
duc^lotis of
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Black Nastural Dotg
Lined, in this
at......
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Plain Rqs§iax\ C^Jf, Gordon Sl
Ferguson's rnake, in this sal&
are
$11.85
at ........ j". i'i
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Southeror-Beayer, trin^eLd i^ussiak
Calf, manufactured by. Gordda &:
Ferguson, at........
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Black, 4stachan ^l^tjh, .with
Marnipff fur*Ha^miuiiari
lar, at'I". .".:.'.
CATTLE PRICES.
RANGE
Some CwniMfptiy« Price Bcurct fhl*
cafo for Kunr« c«tt le.
r*' :t
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n
$:J.' ra|^nfr ol Pi^Whson. V^s. in
jpargo tcday qn his way from Chicago
\yjiere hie Itas' bS"6h .disposing of tbS last
'6t forty-five cars of cattle whiclj be i)X^
-'iipped to the big live stock' hifa'r!£&
lis season. Mr. Phelan says the last
^nsigr\ment
Touchipg on reta,M prices M|r„
-Said he could be quoted, as
'tne retail prices for the bes%
today otight not to exceed 19 t|'
ponnd. He noticed a mate
better restaurants in CI
F|hoice sirloins, porterhouse
wion steaks.
fl1 At the.Great NorthfTii Hotels
iTBfi FABGO i-OETTM AND I&tti KEPOTMCAN, TBlJRSD^Y^ EVENl^ftCTOBfiB-lK.-lSO#-* «T-"'V*V'V i'
$14 values,
Boys' Suits—-i-fii&fe dodble-breasted, ptijre lamb
wool"Suits for Boys, agfes 6 to 16—in
patterns extremely kanaso*ne
sale
1
!iv,1' 5-
^t^vColt:
•^nsignmem m^ketejfl sold for $4.60. a J, "Qk^l^ought Ij^ew^ k would.
jgade of^o*-sdi^j^6fld last yejer.-for jj/jeli ^ot^w'heti aittt^bhntent
wwlgiihients so|d«for '••}£_• JL:' ,. •^WgBF-^A -tai"
Lin.t tr «r lof
p»ainst $s to $5.50 laa£%«tf
*#r the same gr^de of cattle.
niCBgP1 pnLts "said Mr."
.^arera^ed-jo ewitsr-t^ 75 ents
%tindred higher than the Qverag)j(|§^!j§3g
jkice" for
.j,*. range cattlie. I
f%trther ttdialfc hefdrif raiHirhmen can
{Ifofitable business stock cattle ntoi"
fltrchasejL»t 2 cents and n
ft ccnt ..''-'v
mw Edwards BuHding, Broadway and N. P. Avenue.
And Complete ili Evtry Department
After months pf extensive preparation we ^are tiow ready to show much of our new Fall and Winter
Stock of Fine Iplothes for Men and Boys. The best products from most eminent makers at home and
abroa#: Superb showing of the very choicest
.1
Boys' Clothes' Fall Shoes Fall Neckwear Heavy Underwear
Qualities dtid styles that are absolutely without a peer in the whole world,
V* we excrusively control the best apparel made.
STEIN. BLOCH GO., Rochester, N. Y. "5
$10.95*
jJ ••••!. i ..
-at this
Norfolk Suits^-2.^JtJ sfeg^e-bi"easted Norfolk
wonderful range ot distinct patterns,
ages 6 to f2 years—the cost of r^w
material's^ilone eqi|$ls. price we ask.. WWH'
^\y possible here, where cash buying in tremendous quantities by this coun- v
tf^'s best clothing organization, which concentrates its sole energy on Men's and Boys' Clothes., ^1
UR SPECIAL OFFERING at this time is a line of 500 Suitings,
different styles and qualities*"--actual $16, $14 and $12 values
(union made), to be disposed of in three lots-°~$16 values,
Suits are tailored in the bgst ppggij)^ majttnej, and as for quality amj
color, chemically tested.
This Suit Sale begins THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 15, and closes one
week from that date. Everyone ih need of clothing ought to take ad
vantage of this opportunity.
Just a few quotations of our enormous stock of Fur and Fur-Lined Overcoats, without a doubt the most complete in the state, not
even barring the Twin Cities.
BOUGHT
ther way to California for a visit. On
his way home he called at Madison, VVisf,
to see his daughter, Ruth, wt\0 is in the
jj^iyersi^
'ilV'T, ...
Brooklyn Eagle: \Vell, ap doesn't
tjhat {{rate draw since I it?" in
quired the hardware man as a customer
w a k e i
cs. it draws like a i$H?ent eigaf."
n1w.MPw
jNsn, rnBHrjk- gfBte araw it is
"|p!r^t€
q£,r
arid $12 values,
11
Ederheimer, Stein & Co.'s New Fall Boys' Clothes
Made from pure lamV^Sfool^ tailored by hand lined with superior quality linings—best lor wear—all the modern Improvements
—fashionable, smart patterns- stanch wearing materials strong, attractive bargains.
Fine Jersey Sbeti
mrr
tr DkfeW. %l:
aw it
time to teAr down tne house and build
II|*« i-f V
he• flow wt rj|a1ttr ^t nercr ails. But
.jrpu -were a^Br-i,"
tvas saynur that' it drew,
remarking tHgt it drew so strong that
3 ^rt dre^r ajll tne soot, and shes oijt, into,
oridtfle
6onj:'
'•pll5 tH|r'IW|^ent ajpii
but
stftwe '^rawn iti^
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outer
p»t up i
of cari
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it."
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For State KeW* Read^Tlle 'Forum.
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Boys'-piece knee-pant lairib's vdol Suits,
16—different styles they bear the gen
eral excellence of the very highest
priced garments and are on sale
lor..
Young Men's wool Suits, ages 14 to 20—distinct
th
patterns that are bound to* suit tne
I most exacting—yoi*r choice at this
I sale.
:^lined
SHOES
feear ip mind
with *Austr^
lian mink, Tasmanian Otter Collar,
at
West of England Kersey Shell, lined
with Tasmanian Otter, genuine north
ern unplucked Otter Collar, at...,...*.
West of England Kersexr Sheiilfe#
Beaver lined, Northern Ottef
Collar, at
The very %est, of imported Kersey
Shell, unplucked^ Otter lined, Otter
trimmed,at
The famous Jordon Cutlery has reached the highest limit
of the art of manufacture of Pen Knives, Pocket Knives, Scis
sprs, Steel Erasers, Files Finger Nail Clips, Clippers, dainty
Manicure articles, etc.
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«bow windows which you should mpt^il td isee
$nd Fdr Sale-^lmoslt any
kM von prefer.
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