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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, October 08, 1912, Image 3

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Over $225,0^0 per day are pouring Into the banks of Fargo, as a
result of grain drafts, and It Is a question whether ever before
there was so much money coming into the city in such a short time.
One bank alone yesterday received no less than $125,000 and the
other banks made up quota that ran over f'JOO.OOO for the day while
the returns for today will even *o ahead of that figure.
This money eomes from the grain dealer* and is what the farm*
tri are being jaid for their crops.
From all sect inns of the state come reports to the effect that the
farmers are threshing and that nowhere has the crop been heavily
damaged.
It is stated that the men are coming In from the east and south
and that threshers, while not numerous, are sufficient almost to man
the machines tn a way. At any rate the reports are that there are
very few, if any, machines chut down because of the scarcity of
labor,
The threshing is about all done on the Southwestern line, and on
the new Fargo-Surrey line they nre at it from daylight until late at
night, and thousands and thousands of bushels of high class grain
are lining turned out.
The money will continue to pour into the Fargo banks for sever
al weeks and the threshing has just about really started right.
One of the bankers, in speaking to The Forum In regard to the
matter, said:
"You tan say that we are taking in among the banks of the
rttv nbout $225,000 per day and this sum is likely to prevail for some
time. From what w»« can hear over the state the yteld is all right
and there are very few reports of anything like a great amount of
damage having been done to the crops by reason of the wet weather."
CtilNQ TO THE SHORT
Far®o*s Campany Will Be Repre
•ented by Five Men and Tw| Al
ternate* at Hillsboro.
"Co. will be represented at the
fi|le shoot which will take place at
Hillsboro Sunday and Monday next
X*st night there was a meeting for
and the five men and two alter
nates were named to make the trip.
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GOLDEN FLOOD OF MONEY
POURING INTO THE FARGQ
BANKS TO PAY FOR CROP
fnptain Soreneon's orders were as
follows:
"Pursuant to Q. O. No. 28, the fol
lowing men will report to Supt. B. C.
Boyd, range officer, at Hillsboro, N. D..
Saturday night, Oct. 12: Sergt. F. Q.
Berg, Corp. R. E. F. Colley, Artificer
J. E. Brens, Private C. A. Baumgard
ner. Private Art. Peterson: alternates
—Corp. Wm. H. Comrie, Corp, G. A.
N. Anderson.
"Men will travel in uniform to and
from school and will provide them
selves with blankets and mess outfits.
"By order of Harold Sorenson, Cap
tain Commanding Co. B, First Infan
try. N. D. N. Q."
To tlie People of Nort
Its Otflcers
MAX STERN, President. V
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JAMES KENNEDY, Vice President.
B, v, MOORE, Secret*** &sd Treasurer.
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HEARS REPORTS
CITY FATHER8 CONVENED IN
ROUTINE SESSION AND AL
LOWED ESTIMATES—SUPT. M.
S. HYLAND TENDERED RESIG
NATION—OTHER BUSINESS.
The city fathers convened in rou
tine neaeion last night for the first
regular meeting of the month. After
the minutes of all the previous meet
ings held during the month of Sep
tember were road and 'ap-proved, the
council allowed some final estimates
and heard the monthly reports of the
city officials.
Superintendent Hyland of the city
waterworks tendered his resignation,
which had been expected for some
time, and the same was received and
placed on file. The mayor stated he
would not make any appointment just
at present, but will choose a successor
to Mr. Hyland in the immediate future.
Among the sidewalk assesments
read and allowed, James Kennedy was
allowed a final estimate on the Third
ward paving, amounting- to $25,174.28.
Several sidewalk assessments were
read and estimates were allowed for
inspection of Fourth and Fifth ward
paving, amounting to $1,200, which will
be defrayed by the taxpayers of those
two wards.
The proposition of establishing a
municipal slaughter house was advo
cated by the city meat and milk in
spector In a report which was placed
on file. Seth W. Richardson submit
ted a claim of $45.90 for damages to
his automobile, which he claims struck
a rut on Front street, Sept. 30, and
which cost, him $25.90 to repair. He
says he was without the use of his
machine for two days and for that
time he charged the city $10 per day.
City Attorney Smith was requested to
look into the matter.
"VPPMPI
with pleasure this bank extends congratulations to the'peo
ple of this state on the opening of another artery of commerce. It
demonstrates that the large railroad interests have confidence in our
permanent growth as a wealth producing section of the natioti.
It shows that they are confident the people who till our fertile
acres are not experimenters, but men who will get a continuous in
crease in their crops by more intensive farming methods and thus
bring them ample returns on the hundreds of thousands of dollars
they have expended in building this new railway.
The growth of North Dakota is reflected in the growth of.this
bank, which step by step, has advanced from a small beginning un
til it now occupies a high place among the financial institutions of
the state. You are cordially invited to become identified with us
in any of our branches—Commercial Banking, Savings Accounts,
Trust Business. We want you to make this your financial head
quarters and we will give your business our most careful attention.
Dakota Trust Company
Ad.
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Its Directors
MAX 6TEJUT,
S. LEWIS.
JAMES KENNEDY,
R.T. BAKUW
"An Institution That Is a Community Necessity*!
THE FARGO FOBtJK A8T5 CAILT BETTBUOAIT, TUESDAY EVENHrO, OCTOBEB 8, •X#yf
FOE N.
-lonster Crop and New Rai
roads the Cause
fhoosands of New Settlers Will
Flock to State
Big Increase in All
Values Coming
Lane!
North Dakoj^k it on the eve of a n
era.
Everything points to a mighty
tor
ward movement by the entire sti-t
Mid close students of conditions
•lie northwest are unanimous in tu
pinion that the next five years v
witness the greatest growth la 1i
history of the commonwealth.
There are many reasons, "tfhe stt
this year has had started a great sj
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tem of railroad extension by ever
trunk line traversing it.
The Great Northern has-made in
biggest move for extending its 1U.
with the new Fargo-Minot cut-off a
plans a still further extension fr i
New Rockford west into Montana. 1
Soo has also done a great deal of f»
tension %ork. The Northern Pac
has opened up a lot of new territd
west of the Missouri and In other
tions of the state.
Another reason Is the tremend
crop taken from the soil of North I
kota this year. The state benefits n
alone from the direct value of tf
crop, but almost to as great an
tent through the widespread advert
ing that it has received throughout
nation on account of having a ci
that stands out above other states
the country in a year remarkable
great crops from coast to coast.
"With money and settlers flowing in
the state—and the tide of both lv
already started—real estate values v
advance, new business enterprises v
be started by the score, the state's
most unlimited natural resources
be developed as they never have
the past and a great period of pr
perity will be ushered in.
Already business houses have
the thrill and pulse of the new li
Everywhere there is optimism. Mor
is freer than it has been for yes
Business is brisk in every line »n
there is small place for the grumbk
and knocker in North Dakota,
BIG MEETING
TONIGHT
Scandinavian W. C. T. U. Expects to
Hava a Very Large Attendance
at Social Session.
4. ______
Members of the Scandinavian W.
T. U. and their husbands are looking
forward to a very pleasant time this
evening at the home of Mrs. J. M.
Johnson of Tenth street south, when
a social evening will be spent, and
it Is expected that the programme
that has been arranged will be a
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pieaeing one. The meeting will be in
the form of a reception to the hus
bands of the members and a delight
ful evening 1s anticipated.
Miss Ella Beckman will render a
solo and Miss Bertha Hagen will give
a piano solo and there will be other
music. Addresses will be made by
Mrs. J. M. Johnson, Mrs. H. H. Aaker,
Mrs. Nelson and one or two of the
gentlemen who will be present.
An Unfortunate Phonograph.
New York Sun: There is a phono
graph in Emporia, Kan., which is a
Candidate for disgrace, dishonor, per
dition and the Ananias club.
Colonel Roosevelt (while Bill White,
privileged listener, smiied in ecstcey)
talked into it four speeches on the
trusts and industrial problems on Sun
day.
Some day he will change his mind
about the trusts. It is not an un
precedented thing he has done it with
bewildering frequency.
And his opponents will spring that
phonograph record on him*
Will he hesitate when he hears his
views at the time of dictation flatsv
contradicting his current views? Will
he stammer and become confused? Not
he! It is the phonograph which will do
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A. F. COLWELL, Agency Manager
Equitable Life Assurance Society,
27-29 Stern BSdg., Fargo, N, O.
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When you get ready for a Piano, Player Piano, Organ,
Band Instrument, Talking Machine or Victrola, Violin, Mandolin,
Guitar, Records, Music Rolls, Cabinet, Piano Bench
Sheet Music, in fact Anything in the music line,
Wc Have flic Largest
Are Exclaslve Music Dealers*
3i,0#0 Square Feet of floor Space,
We represent 28 of the best known piano manufacturers, headed by the celebrated
Steiaway and Pianola pianos. We have new pianos ranging from $160.00 upward.
ABSOLUTE PROETCTION GUARANTEED
You taktlio risk when you order anything from the STONE PIANO COMPANY, but
get their iron clad guarantee, which insures satisfaction. Pianos guaranteed for the life
time of the instrument by the manufacturers as well as by us.
Write for free catalogues and our One Year Free Exchange Proposition
Established 1894
all that! It ia the phonograph which
will grow red in the face and hang its
head!
It is the phonograph which will be
the liar. It will have conspired against
the people. It will have sought by in
iquitous methods to discredit the so^e
custodian of truth. It will be the
enemy of righteousness, the foe of the
square deal.
For Theodore Roosevelt is the great
est living example of the man with
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Make sure then that your life insurance is adequate for the protection of your widow and those
Dear Sir Without committing myself to fttiy
(arding the Equitable Standard Policy, bearing annual dividend.
a a i a a a
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effrontery enough to shout back at an
echo that it is misquoting: him.
Playing cards has been traced back
to the year 800 A. D. It is safe to pre
sume that the police of those days
gathered in their graft just as merrily
as now.
Pittsbur* man at the age of SS mar
ries a girl he had known two weeks.
But such is the Impetuosity of youth.

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