Polk County Journal (Crookston, MN), July 7, 1905 to December 28, 1905

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The U. S. Leads the World
That the tf. S. Separator leads all others has been
proved so many times that it is a well-esmb-'
lished fact. To those who doubt it, we call
’) very decisive vie- .
the Pan.American
•here
attention totfw
tories: one at
Model Dai. v, \
The U. S. Won
. with the
for SO co
the World’s Record
eu‘f-tof.0138 I
ive runs* the
other thej recent competitive
test between six . different
makes oi separators at the
Kansas State Agricultural
College, kvhere
The U* SJExcelleti All Others
in the tests of skimmilk and
total minimum loss, accord-
ingtoFrkssBulletinNo 123.
*' >r report."] of manv other victories,
write lor catalogues.
Chicago, La Crcjsse, Minneapolis.
„uy, llu,„uM1| Vu>-Ln.w, Sherbrooke. P. Q.. •
Address all letter! to Bellows Falls,
Vermont Farm Machine Co., Bellows Falls,
LECTURE
ON MORALS
POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE MORALS
COMPARED AND DIFFERENCE
NOTED
KOEHNE HAS DECIDED OPINIONS
ON HUMANITY'S ATTITUDE TO
WARD FALLEN WOMAN
Dr. Koehne was a great deal less
entertaining last evening than he lias
been at any of his other lectures but
he Trent right to the heart of things
and talked straight from the shoulder.
His subject was “Christ’s Foundation
of Morals” and he pointed out in his
usual lucid style the' difference bet-
ween positive and negative morals.
It is.not enough to keep from doing
evil deeds that is negative morality,
but it is necessary to perform some
helpful acts There are some things
that come in’a man’s way which 'he
cannot rightly get out of doing. In
this connection Dr. Koehne spoke of
humanity’s attitude toward fallen wo-
men and he did not mince words over
the subject. In terrible terms he mer-
cilessly flayed society in general for
the way this class is treated. This
was the last lecture in the series and
is a very entertaining speaker and his
lectures have no doubt done a great
deal of good. He appealed especially
to men and his lectures were all very
clear and convincing.
NEW 8L00K
IS STARTED
HAMMS BREWING CO., WILL PUT
UP BRICK STRUCTURE ON S.
MAIN
WORK STARTED TODAy AND BE
RUSHED TOWARD COM-
I PLETION
The Hamms Brewing Co., today
started a ciw of men at work clear-
ing the lot owned by them opposite
the opera block aud are putting it in
shape for the construction of a brick
block which jwill be erected this fall.
Just as soon as the ground Is in
shape brick layers will he put to work
and a building 24 by 10Q feet will he
rushed up. The building will be but
one story hut will he undoubtedly
built onto when it is thought the room
is nèeded. j
The building will .be used for saloon
purposes, id will be finished up in a
very attractive manner and will add
much to -the appearance of that street.
WILL BE READY
Where are you sick? Headache,
ioultongue. no appetite, lack energy
pain in your stomach, constipation?
Hollisters Rooty Mountain Tea will
make you well and keep you well. 35
cent’. A. G. Anderson.
John McNichols returned last night
from Fargo where he spent yesterday
on business. Business in the Dakota
city is not very lively from John's
viewpoint.
PUBLIC
OPINION,
0. N. J. Hagen—The Quality of the
crackers which the American Biscuit
Co., of Crcokston are turning out is
just as good as anything that I have
ever beeu able to secure from any-
where with no exceptions. The plant
is no longer an experiment but has
proved successful beyond any question
One of brands of crackers they have
turned out is the “Oyster Bay Brand”
and I secured a .box of them yesterday.
I have heard several people comment-
ing favorably on them altlio I did not
mention the cracker to them.
Prof. Riggs—Mcst of the business
men of Crookston respond liberally to
the call for band support but there are
a few wrho probably are benefitted by
the 'work of the band and on band
nights more than any other business
establishments in the city, who are
so small that they are willing to see
some one else support an institution,
which aids them greatly in their bus-
iness whxie they will not contribute
one cent to its support. There are
••probably some of this class of men
everywhere but they are a hard class
for me to have anything to do with.
ABOUT DEC. ISTH
NEW GENERAL OFFICES FOR G. N.
ARE N1ÏARING TIME FOR
COMPLETION
The much talked of headquarters
that have been ouilt several successive
seasons in the news papers for this
city ibutiwhirih. were let to a contractor
this summer | are now nearing comple-
tion, and from every appearance they
will be ready to be occupied by the
15th of December.
The exterior is now entirely finish-
ed and the work of finishing the inter-
ior will he rushed along as • fast as
possible. The officials and clerks that
are now occupying rooms in the Rauoh
and Waterstrat buil .ings will be over
joyed when ¡the change is made and
¿hey can geit out of their present
cramped quarters.
DIED WHILE ¡
IN FERGUS JAlL
MAN NAMED JOHN POLZL APPAR-
ENTLY INSANE DIES FROM;
APPOPLEXY
HAD BEEN IN THIS CITY DURING
THE SUMMER—LITTLE KNOWN
OF THE MAN
A lan named John Polzl, who has
apparently heen working in the vicin-
ity of French was found “standing
around” the store and elevator 'there
Sunday, and as he did not talk the
people concluded he was crazy and put
him aboard the train with instructions
to the conductor to ‘turn him over to
«he police in Fergus Falls.
The poice took aharge of him and
toon him to the insane hospital, think-
ing he might 'be an escaped patient
but it appeared 'that he was not. They
■then took him ro St. Lukes hospital,
where it was iound he had been a
patient a few weeks ago, receiving
treatment for stomach trouole, ¡but
there was no .particular reason for
placing him there, and he was taken
to the lockup where (he spent the night
He 6aid nothing whatever and Monday
afternoon was taken to the county
jail, »as no one knew just what to ao
with (him.
In the jail he still showed no dis*
position to talk but ran his fingers ov-
hds forehead from time to' time,, as
if to indicate that there was something
wrong there. He ate some food and
drank a good deal of water. The
nightwatch visited him once or twice
during -fche night and on going to his
cell about 7 o’clock in the morning he
found him lying rigid and motionless.
He notified Sheriff Albertson who hur-
ried to his cell and found that he had
been dead for perhaps three quarters
of an hour.
He appears to have come originally
from Germany hut he has traveled
about a great deal, and receipts from
laundries and other articles purchased
indicate that he has come from Cana-
da, one receipt being dated at Hallock
fifteen miles this side of the Canadian
line, on June 24. A prescription from
a physician at Crookston indicats that
he had been troubled with indigestion
here, and a telegram offering him
work indicated that he had been later
in Fargo. His grips contained enough
old clothing to start a rummage sale,
hut his clothing was generally clean,
indicating that he was no ordinary
tramp.
Coroner Haugan was at once notified
and an examination indicated that.he
had died from appoplexy.
Three battered grips containing his
clothing and other personal effects
were opened and examined. His pock
ets contained $8.13 and two gold rings.
He was apparently about 38 years of
age.
GRANTED A
DIVORCE
f _____
ELIZABETH KEATING OF EAST
GRAND FORKS GRANTED, DE-
CREE BY JUDGE
HAD LIVED TOGETHER FOR ELEV-
EN YEARS—NON-SUPPORT
THE CHARGE
STILL RETAINS
THE LEAD
MISS LEAH PRUDHOMME STILL
HAS A. GOOD LEAD IN NEW
STORE CONTEST
STILL TIME FOR MANY CHANGES
BEFORE THE CONTEST
CLOSES
The latest count made in the contest
by Uie New Store discloses the fact
Papers were filed today with the
clerk of court granting Elizabeth
Keating a divorce from her Husband. ~{at fa'imTa ‘tie
Keating and givins her the cus-lead wit]1 a <^£0,.^ OTer
tody of her child and allowing her to jMlss ,MoKIimoIL fce ^ much
take back her maiden najne Elizabeth ! thne left betore ^ £or
Lewis. The case was first -brought a be made „ ttere ^ ^
before Judge Watts hut on account or
¡proper hustling done by the contest-
his being called from the city it was ants at ^ of ^ IlsL As ^
-taken up by Judge Grlndeland. holiday a
The testimony in the case was tak-’trading ls ^ fceaviest meve will ,be
en in the municipal court in Bast j maily more votes cast and the contest
INDICTMENTS
WERE ILLEGAL
INDICTMENTS IN UNITED STATES
COUrtT AT FERGUS FALLS
ARE ILLEGAL
GRAND JUROR CAME LATE AND
TOOK SEAT WITHOUT BEING-
SWORN
Grand Forits :by Mr. Purcell. It was
then sent to the district judge who ren
dered the above decision. The plain-
tiff was represented toy Finlayson and
IMassee.
Fergus Falls, Nov. 21.—District At-
torney Houpt made a motion to have
the indictments against Jos. Jordan,
who is charged with murder, Peter
Brunett, who is charged with liquor
selling, and two Indians with unpro-
nouncable names, who are charged
with introducing liquor on the reserva-
_ tion set aside on account of a curious
approaches”when* the i irregularity in proceedure. The fed-
eral grand jury’ convened, as usual,
at the opening of the term, but Wal-
ter Willis, who was. one of the jury-
men summoned was not present. No-
thing was thought of the matter, as
jurymen are frequently excused, and
the business of the term proceeded
along the customary lines until the
will then get more interesting.
By the latest count the contestants
stand as follows:
Miss Leah Prudhomme.................9608
¡Miss Ella McKinnon..................8853
Mr. Keating made no answer to the Jllss ^3 6910
'dharee which upon being proven the , ^Irs> pj.e(1 -^r^lker ‘ 5232 !time caTUe to discharge the jury, when
decree was granted. Miss Susie Munroe* ^2320 lhe ^ cal1 sbowed that there was
The couple were married in Fargo I No " ** 149 one more juryman in attendance than
in 1894 and have one girl 7 years old other contestants not listed'!! "¿792 hiUl be^n sworn in at the opening of
-who will foe incustody of her mother j
hereafter. It might seem that the cou
pie were rather poory mated in the
first [place the defendant toeing 13
years older than tne ^plaintiff.
CO. COMMISSIONERS
VIEWING DITCH
ADJOURNED LAST NIGHT AND
WENT OVER TO VIEW G. F.
DITCH
me members of-the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners left this morning
for Bast Grand Forks where (luring
the day they will view Judicial ditch
No. 54 which has just been completed.
No business of importance was tak-
en up yesterday other than that of the
county printing. They adjourned in
the afternoon to meet again December
14 in special session.
Want More Time
The committee on the advisability
of putting in an electric light plant
asked that they have more time to in-
vestigate thé matter. It seems that
Total vote............................34864
* A Card
This *s to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cough or cold.lt stops the cough
and heals the lungs Prevents pneunom
ia and will cure incipient consumption
Contains no opiates and is safest tor
children Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar and insist upon having it. Stops
the cough and heals the lungs.
Sold by all dealers.
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
SUPPER TONIGHT
ANNUAL SUPPER TONIGHT AND
TOMORROW AT LIBRARY
BUILDING
The annual supper and Christmas
_ __ sale will be given by these ladies are
the project meets the approval of most | a^wa-’s 'we^ patronized and a spread
of the members of the board and it is served that any hungry man can
quite likely that tae country will he more than do justice to. The usual
able to use the light from their own Pr^c® twenty-five cents is charged,
plant soon if the matter goes thru. j "^e sale of fancy articles contributed
__________________________ * by the ladies also takes place
G. Axner was in the city from Bag-
ley last evening.
No voting contests of any kind are
1 held this year.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert ?
This ia an important daily question. Lei
vs answer it to-day. Tjy
Jell-O,
America's most popnlar dessert. Beceived
Highest Award, Gold Medal, World’s Fair,
Bt Louis, 1904* Everything in the package i
add boiling water and set to cooL Piavora i
Lemon, Orange. Baspberr*. Strawbeey.
Chocolate and Cherry. Oruer a package oi
each flavor trom your grooer to-day. lOo.
When you make Ioe Cream use JelLO I OS
OBEAM Powder. All ingredients in tba
Atallgrooera. 2 pkgs. for 26a
Rev. a. J. -Krogstad performed nup-
tial ceremonies yesterday in the court
house between Mr. Eddie Wegen of
Warren and Miss Myrtle Cramer of
this city. The bride and groom will
rea.de in Warren. ! .
Eert Dunn who of late has made his
headquarters at Williston but who.ds
an old Crookston boy is hack in the
city Among his many friends.
Sheriff Gonye i is at Fergus Falls
today having taken the insane man
by the name of Langton to the asy-
um.
Chas. Loring is at Grand Forks to-
day where he will look after some im-
portant matters before the Federal
Court.
Ira -vf. Hammond is the new man
who has tal^en one of the ™*^1 runs
on the Duluth night line. He comes
here from Winona.
A. O. Narveson a McIntosh business
man spent yesterday dn the city re-
turning this1 morning.
Louis Gonyea made a flying trip
to East Grand Forks last evening com-
ing back on «the Duluth' train.
Sone of Norway have regular meet-
ing tonight in G. A. R. Hall. All mem-
bers are requested to he present.
Andrew Johnson of Roseau repres-
ents that thriving little city ihere to-
day.
;Mt. and Mrs. C. A. Gordon were in
tJia city yesterday on business and
pleasure.
\
PIPE ORGAN
FOR CHURCH
OFFICIAL BOARD M. E. CHURCH
PURCHASED PIPE ORGAN YES-
TERDAY
Yesterday afternoon official »board
of itihe First Methodist church met at
the First National Bank and purchas-
ed a 13 stop pipe organ of Mr. Kimher,
representing Stone & Co., of Fargo. It
will he a fine large organ and will have
750 pipes. It will ;be run by a spef'-
dally prepared electric motor 'Which
was also purchased yesterday.
The new organ will be shipped im-
mediately and »will he installed be-
tween Christmas and New Years;'
If you have a rarm to sell or ex- Guy Monroe after a few days visit
change' for ciiy property, nomes to!w^ home folks expects to leave this
dispose of—in fact anvthlng to buy, eveninS for Red Lake Agency where he
sell or exchange, place a little want ad rm SI>end W‘nter as bookkeePer
In the Crookston Journal and receive I Lumt>er Co., in one
u • xv „ .!°f tlieir many camps,
the benefit of the wide circulation ofi ____________________
the best and most popular newspaper OUo Paillson o£ Nei]svilIe was in the
In the Red River Valley. The costjCity iaS£ evening looking after busi-
Is but a cent a word. Try It. ness affairs.
the term. Inquiry was made and It
was found that Mr. Willis had come
late and going directly to the jury
room had taken his seat. He had
not been sworn in and it was evident
as soon as the facts were known,
that the indictments oould be set
aside if they were attacked. As one
was a murder indictment it was
thought best to have everything done
regularly and a special grand jury
was accordingly summoned to meet
Dec. 22 to re-indict the accused par-
ties. This means • a special term of
court to be held in Fergus Falls on
that date.
BOUND OVER
TO GRAND JURY
MAN ACCUSED OF STEALING A
COAT IN E. G. FORKS BOUND
OVER
"Deputy Sheriff Louis Gonyea brought
over from East Grand Forks John
Lence accused of stealing a coat in
that city. He was unable to furmsa
bail to the extent oi $200 and was com
mitted to the jail to await the findings
of the December Grand Jury.
Not a cent wanted, unless you are
cured. If you are- sick and ailing,
take Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea.
A great i>. :sing to\he human family.
X
J. W. Mullen who recently worked
the throttle of an engine on the Illinois
Central is now working out of this city
on the Great Northern.
Makes you well—keeps you well. 35
cents, Tea or Tablets. A. G. Ander-
son.
RESTRAIN G. N. FROM
REMOVING TRACK
INJUNCTION CASE AGAINST THE
G. N. ON BEFORE JUDGE
WATTS
Today the injunction case against
the Great Northern rairoad is being
urged in the chambers before Judge
Watts. The [people pushing the case
are the residents of Wiley and Ives
and are represented by county, at-
torney Germo of Red Lake County iand
Assistant General Stone. The com-
pany is represented by Col. R, A. Wil-
kinson of St. Paul. ;
The injunction is to restrain :the
company from tearing up the track
from Ives to St. Hilaire. I
But few people are entirely free,
from indigestion at this time of ¡the
season of the year. Kodol Dyspepsia
ure is not only the best remedy, to
use (because it digests what you ieat
but (because it also .era-Wes the di^bsk
ive.apparatus to assimilate and trans-
form foods into tisue 'building blood
Kjodol trelieves your etoihach heart
hum belching and' all roi-ins of J«cig-
estioiL Sold ‘by A. G. Anaerson. ]
ovemner
ot Blankets
<e
Entire stock- of gray, tan and •white
all ’wool BLANKETS on sale To-
Morrow at much below regular
quoted prices. Now is the-time to
buy Blankets Cheap because later
in the season these exceptional
BARGAINS will be sold out.
Fine White All Wool Blankets. 11—4 size, the
^that does
not shrink; wears a long time and are very large and soft; bound
with white silk tape..................................
$4 50
REGULAR
SELLINO
PRiCE
$5 25
$6.00
$8.25
SALE
PRICE
$3.98
$4.75
$5.48
$7.25
Regular
Selling
Price
Qray Blankets
$8.25
$6.00
$4.50
SALE
PRICE
$7.25
$5.48
$3.98
Heavy winter Comforters, white cotton filling,
large size, variety of patterns. Sells regular
at $2.50. Sale price £l QQ
each.............. .......... VI*##
72 in. satin Damask, extra heavy,
bleached, all new designs,
$1.50 grade for AA
thiB sale..................
72 in. Bleached satin Damask, new
designs, rich heavy quality, $1.25
grade, sale price Q O a
per yard........................... vOv
72 in. Bleached plain riamask, nice
tine quality.$1.25grade,sale QQA
price per yard...................90C
60 in. all linen Damask, bleached,
good and durable grade, 75c CQa
grade, sale price p*ryd QvC
60 in. all linen Damask, very fair
quality, 65c grade, sale CCa
price per yd.............f.....WWW
64 in. Union Damask, 45c grade,
sale price per QQa
• yard.............................. WwV
Linen Sale
Continued
For To-morrow The
Prices Have Been
C.OWERED
on Table linens, Napkins and
Lunch Cloths—an opportunity to
purchase linen at a great deal
less than regular.
If you have a single need of
anything in linens don’t miss this
chance.
Lunch Cloths
Bleached all linen Hemstitched
Lunch Cloths, 30 and 36 in. square.
All pure linen and good quality.
81.25 Lunch cloths 99c
81.50 Lunch Cloths..............Si.39
1.75 Lunch Cloths.............. 1.59
2.50 Lunch Cloths for.......... 2.19
Napkins
To Match Table Linen, $3.75 quality,
this ?ale per QO OQ
dozen........................Qvifcv
$3.50 quality, this sale par dz.. .$3,19
2.75 ” ” " 2.39
2.50 ” ” ” 2 19
Wright, Ruggles & Co.

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