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The Aberdeen Democrat. (Aberdeen, South Dakota) 1???-1909, September 13, 1907, Image 2

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MRS. E. M. SOW! STOPPED BY A
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locate in the west, and it would seem
O sjf» though they have chosen Aber
%01r Jfgk deen to make the seat of their crimes.
4** The lights have not been lit for the
past three or four nights, and citl
*ens Hvlng in some of the distant
6#^- i, parts of the city fear to go home, and
JF of them -take/the center of the
professional
revolver In his
fiand on his wajt home every evening,
and he
^^®k^toesn't::.,lcnow. him, he points the gun
a» it him. This may seem foolish, but
ii| riomyth. The city 1b fast gain-
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The Footpad Is Scared Off—Aberdeen
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Getting a Reputation as a Bad
Place People Afraid to Go Oat
The third holdup since Wednesday
night occurred in this city Thursday
evening, when- Mrs. E. M. Sowl of
Seventh ave. e., wife of a Milwanlcee
conductor of the Pacific extension,
was held up In front of the public
library^ Mrs. Sowl had been down
town and was returning to her home
about 10:30 •o'clock, when a man
•prang in front of her just as she
was opposite the library. In her
her hand bag, but she wrenched her
band away and hit him on the head
with the bag, knocking him down.
This scared the man, and he picked
.himself up and got away.
Since the rough element has been
^rtv«n fr°in Chicago they sought tq
--(:s-fi,nt a reputation, and people return-
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Jllg troni St.:'^aur an.d Minneapolis' friends and they all agree with me."
J-fWiy that the people in thoee cities'For sale by all druggists.
C' tcpfe upon Aberdeen as a place for] ———•?".
®j«fttthroats and the seat of crime. A Subscribe to the American.
man was going home the other even
ing, when he saw what appeared to
be a man leaning against a fence
near Ms house, and instantly he shot
the object four or Ave times. He
then went and notified some of the
neighbors, and they discovered, upon
going to the place with him, that he
had shot a dummy which some of the
children in the neighborhood had
been playing with. These are illus
trations that men are beginning to
carry firearms to protect themselves,
and this should not be in a city like
Aberdeen, which is supposed to have
reached a higher plain of develop
reached a higher plant* of develop
ment.
BIG RAILROAD RAISE
IN LAWRENCE CO.
Pierre, S. D., Sept.
right hand Mrs. Sowl carried, a hand
bagi while with, the other Bhe pushed age, the figures for this year on
a baby carriage,^ The man grabbed the larger towns of the state show
bttth her hands and attempted to getj that for Aberdeen, Huron, Water-
6.—(Special
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now t0 Cure a Cold
The question of how to cure a
cold without unnecessary loss of
time is one in which we are all
more or less Interested, for the quick
er a cold is gotten rid of the less
the danger of pneumonia and other
serious diseases. 'Mr. B. W. L. Hall,
of Waverly, Va., has used Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy for years and
says: "I firmly believe Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to be absolutely the
best preparation on the market for
colds. I have recommended it to my
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the American.)—Lawrence county
cannot make any serious objections
to the change in the manner of as
sessment of railways under the new
law. While there has been a gen
eral increase, Lawrence has been in
creased from $414,458 in 1906, to
$1,069,941, showing the greatest in
crease of any one county of the state.
While it would be hard to get the
exact assessment in the larger towns
of the state'for former years, on ac
count of their being allowed only
their pro rata share of general mile-
town, Mitchell, Pierre, Madison,
Sioux Falls, Yankton, Deadwood,
Lead and Rapid City the footings
show $1,460,496, and all the smaller
towns got an Increase in proportion
to the size of the yards within their
borders.
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JAMES RIVER BANK ENTERED
AND LOOTED BY ROBBERS,
WHO ESCAPE.
Three Men Blow Safe and Secure
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heavy planished copper, made fluih with top of
much water elevated reservoir, and heats equally well
•f- I*rith iUl jtlOMt. This is the only portable flush reservoir on the market.
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I addition to front draft, which inwret equal combi^i-
of fuel from end to end of Are box.
endflues.
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fiLOgET ASD 8HSZiF-^-Iiarge and roomy with drop doors.
,:»« p* be closed up out of the way. Shelf is supported by
I.IWHiUW »wtBi^|^ Wue-prfl»hed staal we have added wonderi
$2,000—Explosion Awakened Citi
zens, But the Robbers Kept Up a
Brisk Fire, and the Citizens Kept
Away—Made Escape on Handcar.
Frankfort, S. D., Sept. 7.—(Special
to the American.)—Safe blowers
wrecked the vault of the James River
bank at this place Thursday night,
secured $2,000 and made their es
cape.
Citizens were aroused about 3
o'clock by an explosion, and on in
vestigating discovered that the bank
was being robbed. The robbers kept
up a fusllade of shots to intimidate
the citizens, who, however, replied
to the fire as best they could, but as
the night was dark and cloudy they
were unable to locate the men. One
citizen, Frank Fitzpatrick, received a
bullet in his leg.
After securing their booty, the rob
bers made their way to the North
western tracks, where they boarded
a handcar and went west to the
James river, about a mile and a half
from town. Here they left the hand
car, and further trace of them was
lost.
Seven charges of dynamite were
used in breaking the vault.
It is not known whether they had
a team in waiting at this point, or
whether they split the swag and
separated.
As far as is known hut three men
were in the gang, and of only one of
these was a good description obtain
ed. This man had been in the vicin
ity of Frankfort for several weeks,
working on farms, and it is supposed
he was a spotter locating easy cribs
to crack. He was about 5 feet 9
Inches in height, weight about 175
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ABERDEEN DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1907.
pounds, light complexioned, with one
leg shorter than the other.
The officers of the bank are: Presi
dent, S. E. Morris cashier, W. D.
Craig vice president, W. S. Eldrich.
COUNTY EXHIBIT
LEAVES FOR FAIR
W. D. Hogan, who has had charge
of the gathering and arranging of the
Brown county exhibit at the state
fair, announces that the exhibit has
just been sent to Huron, where It is
being placed in position among the
other competing counties. The Brown
county exhibit is a surprise to the
committee in charge of it, not so
much by the excellence of the contri
butions as by their number.
The exhibit filled a full sized box
car. Grains of all kinds, both small
and large, grasses, vegetables and
fruits figure prominently. Brown
county visitors at the fair will have
no reason to be ashamed of their
county's showing. Whether the ex
hibit wins the prize or not, it will
undoubtedly be well received.
MAN MAKES BRUTAL
ATTACK ON WIFE
Capt. Jacobs, a well known farmer
living near Columbia, was arrested
yesterday charged with assault with
intent to kill, the complainant being
his wife. She alleges Jacobs came
home intoxicated, and, being in a
bad humor, gave the woman a severe
beating. Mrs. Jacobs escaped and
took refuge with a neighbor, coming
to this city yesterday and getting a
warrant for his arrest. Jacobs has
been in the habit of beaming his
wife, but he never went quite so far
as he did this time, and it is likely
he will never get another chance, for
Mrs. Jacobs, through her attorney,
George H. Williamson, intends to en
ter suit for divorce. Jacobs will be
be arraigned today on the charge of
assault with intent to kill.
Excursion Rates, Account
Agricultural Exposition, Pierre, S.D.,
Via the North-Western Line.
Tickets on sale to Pierre, Sept. 16,
17, 18 and 19, good returning Sept.
21. For tickets and full information
apply to any ticket agent of North
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Hot Biscuits and Coffee served free every day during this exhibit. 2 Biscuits made in three minutest while you
wait A set of Cooking Utensils worth $7.50 given away absolutely free with every Malleable Range sold during
this Sale. We will give away absolutely free a Malleable Steel Range. All you have to do is to register your
i^name and get a ticket
The Malleable
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PARTY OF MEN IN TOWN YES­
TERDAY LOOKING AT VARI­
OUS LOCATIONS.
They Came From Fredericksburg,
Iowa, and Desire to Locate Here.
Well Pleased With the City.
A party of men from Fredericks
burg, Iowa, were in town yesterday
seeking a location for a coffin and
casket factory. The opening up of
the country west of the river affords
a better opening here, and the party
is anxious to locate in Aberdeen, as
the location and the facilities are
better. While in the city the men
looked at several pieces of property
which impressed them favorably, and
last night they left for home to re
port the situation. They did not care
to mention their names, but they
will return in a few days to decide
upon the location. The men were
much pleased with the, city,, and it is
hoped Aberdeen will be able to secure
this new industry, as it will mean
work for a large number of people.
A Certain Cure for Croup—Used for
Ten Years Without a Failure
•Mr. W. C. Bott, a Star City, Ind.,
hardware merchant, is enthusiastic
in his praise of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. His children have all been
subject to croup and he has used this
remedy for the past ten years, and
though they much feared the croup
his wife and he always felt safe on
retiring when a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy was in the
house. His oldest child was subject
to severe attacks of croup, but this
remedy never failed to effect a speedy
cure. He has recommended it to
friends and neighbors and all who
have used it say that it is unequal
ed for croup and whooping cough
For sale by all druggists.
Good job work at right prices.
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A STATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION. ABERDEEN, S. D.
Sixth Year Will Begin on Sept. 10, '07
Normal, Industrial. Business and College Preparat
ory Courses of Study.
Winter Courses for Country Boys and Girls.
A Corps of Seventeen Skilled Teachers.
Buildings and Grounds Convenient and Attractive.
A Handsome new structure in course of erection.
Well equipped laboratories and shops.
Large Gymnasium with baths and lockers.
Expenses low.
Wiite to the president lor a catalogue. i.U
THRESHERS
The new LAW requires every operator
of a threshing rig to file a BOND of $500.00
or take FIRE insurance for $500.00 on his
outfit before he can
Start
DR. sr A. DARLING#'ii:
DENTIST
New First National Bank Building
berdem, S. D.
MATERIAL—Bange bodies are made of No. 16 gauge cold-rolle^ double
stretched steel plates. All frames, doors, tops, dampers and handles are
made of malleable iron, which not only admits of riveting throughout, but
insures all doors, frames, and ovens against fire cracks.
€0SSTBirCTI0N—For perfect and rapid heating and baking a range
should be air tight. This can be accomplished by riveting throughout.
Our riveting is hand work, with the stronfst Norway rivets, whioh when
once driven to. an ai tight joint, will aever- give, and which renders
the range indestructible.
OVENS—'Are made of cold rolled, doable stretched steel plates, Nos. 12 to
15 gaoges. By riveting all oven plates to malleable frames we get an ab
solutely air tight oven^ which will not admit the gasei escaping from the
firebox, and is therefore alway« clean, pure and dry. All ovens are alu
ainumjeed
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OVEN DOOBS—Are malleable, strongly hinged, with flush linings, and
DUPLEX OB COMBINATION QBATE~-Burns coal or wood. By one turn
of shaker can be adjusted to either fu«L Easily kept dean, anil if
kept will Met wear outf^-^«: Mf*8
ASH?AN--liade of heavy rteel piate in one piece, rivaled'to nickeled
vrn+fmA with bafl running across oenter. Is handled
malkablofront.
wiwashpan hook, wl£|eh never gets hot, and"i» provided witii hearlh wldch
P*W|ijtoia(ih«(te^
«ecupy entire left side of 6rebox, are made
front, which extend »ver
^ith water^ldd 85 per cent to heating
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his machine. The
penalty is from $100.00 to $300.00. I am
prepared to furnish both BONDS as well as
INSURANCE which fully comply with the
law—see me or write at ONCE for rates.
S. W. NARREGANG
ABERDEEN, S. D.
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