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Copyright 191 0 by
Hart
Schaffner & Marx
WANTED—
F. HOLMES &
AHEAD OF PilSTOlilCES
Banks Start in New Towns Before Es
tablishment of Postofficas—Have
N9 Mail Facilities.
I?ew banks are springing up all over
North Dakota and in many cases they
are apparently rising right up out of
A (iood Father
Starts his boy on
the rig!# Jwul
by opening bank account
for him. It's a little thing
to do,
DEPOSIT ONE
DOLLAR
ffpr #otir boy today
for one of our POCKET
BANKS. Give it to your
boy and
Watch the Results
Do something definite. A
little start is all he will ever
need. Give him a chance
—he will do the rest.
"The Savings and Loan"
No. II Broadway.
LANE'S
Easy Terms—Good seven room
house, back plastered, front and back
stairs, electric lights hardwood floors,
corner lot on First avenue north a
bargain at $2,250
ance
Corner First Avenue and Broadway.
Business College Students, Trainmen, Shop Employes, Labor,
ing Men, and all interested in their future welfare, to
PHONE W. D. HODGSON
about the Big Real Estate Transfer that will take place Satur
day, Oct. 27th. Dont wait for the large advertisement. Get
in on the ground floor.
DO IT NOW. PHONE 125.
$400
$20
terest at 7 per cent.
ot9*c* Ow firgt
cash, bal­
a month, interest
7
per cent.
Another, a duplicate of the above
house, but on an inside lot, {or $2,135.
Moo cash, balance 920
a
month, in­
r^ONEY to loan
Raincoat
i y i
cut how stylish an
overcoat the Hart
Schaffner & Marx
raincoat is.
The fabrics are all
wool, the tailoring 5s
hand-work, the style
well, the whole
a e n i s a
Schaffner & Marx
made that says it
all. Come and s$e.
Clerks, Bookkeepers, Stenographers, Teachcts,
the prairie before there Is any town
in sight, A state bank was recently
incorporated at Kenaston and one of
the Fargo banks attempted to com
municate with it. The letter was re
turned by the postofRce authorities
With the statement that there is no
such postoffice in existence, so it is
evident that the bank got there before
even the United States government
with its postal facilities arrived.
"The same thing has happened in
several instances," said a local banker
In speaking of the incident. "In for
mer years the saloon was the pioneer
enterprise, the first thing to be estab
lished in a new town. Now it is a
bank. Perhaps that'indicates an im
provement in the moral condition of
the community."
We- Make Candy
In Fargo
Bat it is sold all over the west
We use absolutely pure materials
and flavor our candies with pure
fruit flavors. Every piece is fresh
and delicious—that's why its so
popular in the strictest pure food
state in the Union.
fVEIttlARI CANDY CO.
FARQO
FADED DRAPERIES
Old and faded draperies, which
you have decided are worthless or
laid aside, can be made like new.
We have a process which dis
charges the old dye absolutely
without injury to the fabric, after
which we re-dye the article to the
desired color to make them like
new. We call for and deliver pack
ages and give estimates. Mail or
ders prompt attention.
The Northwestern Dye House,
505 N. P. Aye. Phone 869-M.
A Snap—Good pressed stone house,
four rooms finished on first floor, up
stairs large enough to finish off Into
two more, cellar, etc. Only $950.
Five acres of land close to city
limits, treep, partly fenced, no build
ings. $1,000.'
Five room house, piazza, trees,
barn, large lot, On south side, reduced
from $2,100 to $1,250.
W. J. LANE
nouses JPISOT
National Bank Fprgo, North Dakota
Yesterday afternoon during the
hearing of the Clay county election
contest case Adolph Bowman, of this
city, a member of the volunteer Are
department of Moorhead was put on
the stand. He testified that on the
day of the primaries two cases of bot
tle beer were kept in the Are depart
ment house and voters who came in
were given beer.
The testimony proved a sensation
and all of the members of the depart
ment who were at the engine house
on the day of the primaries were sum
moned immediately to give testimony.
The other members of the depart
ment denied the testimony given by
Bowman and their testimony was to
the effect that Bowman brought two
bottles of bejer to the house on the day
of the election and that the two bot
tles of beer was all that was in the
house during the day.
This testimony was corroborated by
all of the members of the department,
n wman was then recalled to the
•and and he admitted that he did
)i ve two bottles of beer and that the
me was secured at the N. P. depot.
An Investigation followed as to
RESUME CLUB DINNERS
ie Commercial Club Will Go Baekto
Its Old Custom of Wookly
Dinners.
Member of the commercial club
will gather Saturday evening in the
club rooms to discuss the develop
ment and improvement of the Red
river valley. The meeting is the result
of the visit to this city yesterday of
Thomas R. Brown, jr., secretary of the
Red River Valley Immigration and
Improvement Association of Minneso
ta and North Dakota. Mr. Brown tame
here for the purpose of promoting the
objects of his asosciation and arous
ing interest in the project it has on
hand which is the development of the
Red river valley country on b&th sides
of the stream.
He gave a talk before a nuMber of
the real estate men of the City and
commercial club members yesterday
afternoon, explained the purpbses of
the association and asked fo* their
co-operation, and that of the commer
cial club as a whole.. All seemed fav
orably impressed and a committee
consisting of C. A. Wheelock, Henry
Ainerland and H. P. Lough was ap
pointed to consider the matter. This
o.mmittee will report at the meeting
Saturday evening when the question
joining with the assocaiiton in its
work will be discussed and acted up
on.
As this is a matter which should
be of deep concern to everyone who
i* interested in the growth and pros
perity of the Red river valley a large
u tendance is expected.
At the same meeting the custom of
lidding regular weekly club dinners
w ill be resumed. This feature of the
dub life proved very attractive last
y.ar and was thoroughly enjoyed by
all
the members who attended and
with the handsome diningroom and
letter facilities which are now fur
nished it should be still uior% #aAoy
abl'e tills year..
PLOW TESTS.
Exhibition Being Given by Deatorp on
North Broadway.
Those who journey out north. Broad
way, beyond the city limits ttfis aft
ernoon, can witness an interesting
sight and one which well illustrates
the uses of modern farm machinery.
Two great plowing machines are be
ing pulled over a mile long field, turn
ing up the sod as they go. One of the
machines contains eight and the other
twelve plows and they are being hauled
4bout by a large engine. It is esti
mated that with each round trip of
the machines Ave and one-third acres
are plowed.
The exhibit is being made by the
Minneapolis Thresher Co. and the Low
ell Steam Plow Co. It was arranged
by Paul Swenson, general superintend
ent of the Minneapolis Threshing Ma
chine Co., who is visiting the local
agency, and George Daws, manager of
the Fargo branch of the Lowell Steam
Plow Co., for the purpose of showing
a number of prominent farmers who,
are
now visiting in Fargo, what tiMllr'
machines are capable of doing.
THE FARGO FORUM 'AND DAILY BEPUBMOAlf, THURSDAY EVEffINO, 'OCTOBER 23, MM.
Sensation Devclopcs in
Moorhead Elections
Ai in in iiniin'i in
A Ifensatfon is brewing la the Are
department In Moorhead which prom
ises to implicate a certain member
of the department on a charge of per
jury and result in a serious qharge
being preferred against a certain at
tache of the K IP. freight depot in
that city.
Charges of Perjury and Fraud Are Being Made in
Connection With Testimony Given in the
Contest Cases—Investigation on.
Fpr Sale a Baby. 8
1
where the 'biter and
it was learned by the atbrneys in the
case that the same had been taken
from cases of beer that were delivered
at the depot for shipment.
This startling exposure caused all
of the brewery agents to begin an in
vestigation of their own and Thurs
day morning it revealed that during
the past several months there had been
a large number of shortages reported
in cases of beer that had been ship
ped into the city. The brewery agents
have combined and will present the
matter to the N. P. freight officials
and a request will be made on the
freight officials to make good all
shortages.
Sensational developments are ex
pected as a result of the Investigation
that is still going on and it is intimat
ed that certain attaches of the freight
depot may be called upon to answer
grave charges that will be preferred
against them if it is ascertained that
the beer had been taken from the
boxes after being delivered to Moor
head.
All of the firemen were on the car
pet last night but they were vindicat
ed when Bowman stated that he
brought the beer to the engine house
on the day of the election.
The firemen say that the testimony
given by Bowman when he first took
the stand was nothing but a political
plot and that the scheme was resort
ed to in order to knock out certain
votes cast at the election for Bayer
for sheriff.
SEN. ran is HERE
Say* the Voters Are Satisfied With
the State Administration ami
With the Ticket.
Senator McCumber reached Fargo
Thursday morning and spent (the day
at the republican headquarters, wkere
another speaking tour was arranged
far him. The work of the campaign
which has been placed upon the sen
ator has had its effects upon ihim
and Thursday when ihe reached the
city he was suffering from a cold
which hie contracted the first of the
week. His voice ia somewhat affect
ed by reason, of the cold amd on this
account the campaign managers are
compelled to cut out some of the
places where the senator was booked
to speak. This neoeauitated tlhe ar
rangement of a different tour for him
from now on until the day before elec
tion.
When
seen
Thursday Senator Mc-
Cjumbe-r expressed himself las well
pleased with the situation th-roughout
the state. He said that the voters
are now awakening to the fact that
am election is aproaching and the in
terest to becoming more enlivened
than a week ago. "The opposition is
making a hard fight," he »aid, "but
from my observation of the senti
ment expressed by the large mass of
voters with whom I have personally
oome in contact, these mem. seem to
be wiell satisfied with the work done
by the republican party and are fav
orable to the candidate^ that are nam
ed on the .republican ticket. I look
for a big republican, majority to be
rolled up far eacfh: of the candidates
om
the
«ta*to ticket."
S
the Crescent show,
i hdadv
For gale at Ban Hart's & baby $
carriage.
e k i o u o e o w a s
Eggert got the sauer "crowd". $
Ben Hart got the general crowd. $
7 BEN HART, S
3
aftt
the Ben Hart th|fct
feharpeus the Razors.
Entitled to Credit.
MhHMfipolis Journal: The North .©*
Kota posse that captured the Sawyer,
N. D., bank robbers, deserves a special
vt ward. Wonder If this
be anjy irood ofi fdotpada
Silk Sale.
36-inch black taffeta silk for
^Friday at A. L. Moody's.
Shorthorn Sal*."
Thomas H. Canfleld announce® hc
fourth sale of shorthorns at his firm
near Lake Park, Minn., Thursday, Nov.
1, and he offers some twenty-six fe
males, of which twenty are under
4
years of age, and some excellently bred
bulls. Nearly all these animals have
been bovovaccinated, so as to be im
mune from tuberculosis, so as to be im
is also an extensive breeder of large
Yorkshire swine. Mr. Canfleld will be
glad to send catalogue to any one ln~
te^estg4.
B*nk Clearinqf,
Local bank clearings for the past
week were considerably smaller, than
a year ago according to the figures
issued from the clearing house today.
For the week just ended the clear
ings amounted to $534,514.10, which,
when compared with the corresponding
week of last year when the amount
was $727,429.92, shows a decrease of
a little over 25 per cent.
The clearings for today
were
$70,-
f"'
'-.-.C •*ard E'tate,
Counly Judge Hanson, Wednesday
afternoon made an order in the estate
of William W. Beard, authorizing the
executor, William H, Beard of Hunter
to sell at private sale the real estate
of the estate. The real property con
sists of 520 acres of land near Hunter.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE.
Oldsmooile runabout—used three I
seasons, but very carefully, and
all practical purposes is just as gooi
as new. Owner sells only because n
getting a larger machine. Has a!
ways been kept in automobile houM-j
when not in use, and is bright, well!
kept and in perfect condition. A I
bargain for some one wishing to
"start in" with a good machine at i
low cost. For price and particulars
write to, or call on, Al Johnson, Em- I
grfi*
PRISONERS ESCAPED.
Eight Got Away From the Rolette
County Jail.
Word Matched here yesterday of a
jail delivery at Rolla Tuesday evening,
while the keeper was at supper. Eight
men confined in the county jail for
various offenses made their escape by
sawing a hole through the metal roof
of the building directly over the cell
of one of the prisoners, the others
WITH WESTERN GRAIN CO.
Mr. H. K. Stach, a Dakota Business
college pupil and one of the best ama
teur penmen in the state, has accept
ed a position as bookkeeper for the
Western Grain Co. Every day the
careful training given at this school
shows forth in the fine positions se
cured by its pupils.
NO. 10
Broadway
LOIW
mm
PRIMITIVE
man made his
clothes as he worked his field—
entirely by hand. Modern man,
in civilized communities, can as
little make his clothes by hand
as he can work his field by hand.
The machine, typical of prog
ress, has come, not to usurp the
cunning of the hand, but to com
plement it. The stabilitj of the
machine, the genius of the hand,
unite to make THE CLOTHES
THAT ABT BUILDS. They
3re» therefore, modem clothes
—the product of the meat ad
vanced methods 96
highest skill.
IWell drewed men are generalijr
Jfcpll ordered men in evpQr icn##,*
Price, Suits and Overcoats,
$18 to *44
11 ic ao o
7 rf -v «,
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THE AGATE FILE* For letters, invoices, receipts.
Best and strongest file ever offered, price each
WIRE PHOTO AND POSTAL RACKS
18x28 inches, each
SOUVENIR POSTAL CARD ALBUM
Assorted colors and stzes at
AUTOGRAPH ALBUM V
New makes from ........5c to
See our display of HARD RUBBER AND CELLULOID
COMBS. All sizes, assortments first class combs 10c to
HAIR BRUSHES, CLOTHES and BATH BRUSHES
Special showing this week. Call and ice our immense
assortment
v
ISakinf
FoWl€P
ABSOLUTELY PURE
Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from
grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active
principle erf eveiy pound of Royal Baking
Powder.
Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder
renders the food remarkable both ror its fine
Jpor and healthfulness.
No alum, no phosphate—which are the
principal elements of the so-called cheap
baking powders and which are derived
from bones, rock and sulphuric acid*
ROYAL BAKING POW&PR CO., NEW YORK.
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having access to the cell and making
their escape through the one hole. The
men had a fairly good start when
their escape had been discovered, and
it is presumed that they made directly
for the Canadian boundary line. The
sheriff organized a posse, but at last
accounts none of the prisoners had
been captured.
to
s
A fine line of new pictures. Jnit tbfei
thing for a wedding present. McClaavft
Art store.
I RESULTS
And not amusement are what pupils
go to a business school for. The Da
kota Business college course of study
is not a particular "EASY" one but It
gets RESULTS—310 cases Qf it this
year. That is what has tmllt the school
from five to 500 pupils.
CHRISTIAN
SON
DRUG CO. a
PRIC1 5
THE
LOWEgf
The clothes thai
ABT builds
are for sale by
Alex §t?m & Co.
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V 4
A y
Edwards Buildinjr
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