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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 1 March 1905

(iood values the "Main" Questipn. Men's Heavy Boots. Not too heavy, but just what you want in the best Russia Calf Leathers, Uppers soft and pliable* Heavy hand-sewed soles* Waterproof throughout* Blucher cut. 15 inches high at...$7.50 11% '...f.i.no During the year of 1905 will carry a full line of Machines* Sup­ plies and Builder's Hardware* Blue Monday Specialties Everything for Kitch« en and Laundry of the Best Quality. Jim with :s. th5 rrr~ here is our stock of footwear for BOYS pair correct in wear, in fit and in price. Ladies' Shoes. All of the Spring styles are not yet in, but we have enough to make a remark­ able, showing. The lines we carry at §5.00 and $'3.50 are particularly worthy of mention. nly those that are best. The styles and fits you want. TVtinot, INortH Dakota. rr We carry the best line of TABLE, POCKET CUTLERY, RAZORS »d SHEARS The market affords We very large line of drills,*"Cassopolis mid Thomas, dis'v. ],nt kinds ori wfnef. Don't buy till you have inspecte...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

I* IV, i2?1Wr ''V I 2,650 CONTRACTS LET FOR NEW S00 ROAD. Contracts to the reported amount of $5,000,000 have been let at Minneapolis, by the Soo road, for the construction this year of a 300-mile extension be­ tween Thief River Falls, Minn., westward to kenmare, N. across the most productive and thickly-settled part of North Dakota. This important exten­ sion will relieve a large popula­ tion of entire dependence vipon the Great Northern road for transportation facilities. Work will begin as soon as possible, and the new line will be in operation not later than Oct. 1 The chief contract—that for timtjbr work and grading—was awarded to the Winston Brothers company of Minneapolis. For the usual reasons, the exact route of the new line has not been announced. But it will cross Marshall county, in Minnesota Walsh, Cavalier, Tower, Rollette, Bottineau and Ward counties in North Dakota. Forty—five miles will be trav­ ersed in Minnesota and about 250 miles in North Dakota. The line will r...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

express were prisons Hecker, Should Stick to Devils Lake. The entertainment' given THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every W« C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. C0LC0R0, Editor Kntered June 18. 1902.' ns Second-Class Matter. Post office. Minot, N. D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879 MlNOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. 1005. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Earl Siredwick reports that he has been plowing tor nearly a week and the ground works up fine. D. H. Funderberg of Surrey has be?n in the field several days at work, bub has put in no grain. A bill to regulate the manner of playfng foot ball was in­ troduced into the South Dakota legislature last week. MIMM A London dealer paid $20,000 at an auction sale for a small rock chrystelware few days ago which once belonged to Queen Egbert. Plenty of rain in the south and New York State is covered with from three to ten feet of snow. The farmers^are plowing in North Dakota. It is estimated that $50,000,000 is expended annually in the great Scotch game of ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

*i A' A General Banking Busi ness Transacted* Farm Loans. We have an unlimited amount of money to loan on farm lands* Low prevailing rates of interest and payments arranged to suit the borrower* There Is Safety Combined with Promptness*. Farmer's Day March^l 1th Fancy box Apples, NEW CA.H, iv-nlar Special, prv box fiest Granulated Suj^ar, IS pounds fur pood Whole Rice, Special. 25 pounds for... R..1 od O lt.-s per pound I, r" Swvel. Orausivs, per dozen I T00 Yards of Standard SVints, yai'.d.... •YJO Yards of Standard p-T y.:: S -c-.n] (.'otf- )'.i.'r":,-..::!d. p.r S A* OTHE&4. »Vo« -o-.'-.s price tit iSPl .'• A*- I'.dr.s Shoes for this -y 2o per oer.t off U1 V-:i' iiid IVvh ^uii this .] ,] sal 20 £.% 8 If (3 Y. bJi MJk *1 ...This Is For... P. P. LEE'S DEPARTMENT STORE. Minot Market*. COUKTSD ITIBT WBDMS8DAT. Whsat No. 197c. Wheat No. 2 99o. Wheat No. 3 83c. Macaraai wheat JOc. Oats 81c. i^HejSTc. LOO LOO .03 The "term" Banking has many features not thought of years ago. have ma...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

Jitfer'• *1 1 ,h^"hV' **L+ & Hats THE WARD Publish* C. F. TRUAX, Publish! Entered June 18. 1902.' as D. Act of Congress of A MlNOT, N. i)., W. EDITORIA Earl Stredwick reporti a week and the ground wc D. H. Funderberg of S: days at work, bub has put A bill to regulate the .tnnduft- ft \i «4/v III ETIRNAL RINf MB^ AIICE E N N E A I S (C^rnght, !»•!», »iy p» ly Sto filb. Co.! We alljwondered what Mrs. DuPage could pojelly keep in that little silver casket of hers, don't you know. All of[ us cups were Interested in the little wiaow and anything that be­ longed Uiher. We were interested in the colon of her eyes, and the length of'thelr Igshes a' goodish bit, don't you know aad the size of her shoes and thfe fit of her stockings around the ankles, and the blooms on her cheeks. We talked about all of these things. Not thati we could say anything about them but to praise them. Her eyes were the color of a bunch of violets with the dew on 'em—Tenvoort said that. Tfenvoort's one of these ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

Many Dollars' Worth for Best Grains Over jhe List. The business men of Minot did themselves proud in the way of offering prizes to the farmers for the best products etc. to be de­ livered at the Opera house Far­ mer's day March 11. Look over the list, then bring* in your grain and vegetables. The prizes are worth working for ana besides the display of grains and vege­ tables will be worth a great deal to all in the way of a little side show. THE FARMERS WILL BE REWARDED Durum wheat—First orize— $10 in merchandise—Grow Clothing Co. Durum wheat—Seconed prize —$8 oak rocker—M. A. Mc Jan net. Blue stem wheat—First prize —1 barrel apples—McKone Bros. Blue stem wheat—Second prize—$5 Smyrna rug—S. II. Kallak. Scotch Fife wheat—First prize —f 10 suit- of clothes—Boyer & Lindberg, Flax—First prize—$10 due bill, good in meat market—J. H. Tompkins. Flax—Second prize—$5 Gillette Safety razor—W. B. Hawley. Oats—First prize—f 12 single harness—Martin Jacobson. Oats—Second prize—$3 at— The New...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

•f. Wp 1 -.* $ 3S&J •j ife ft UNDER CLOAK OP RELIGION. Colored Lady Demolished Pinery Be­ longing to Rival. An old colored mammy, who had served the mistress of a Baltimore family many years, was telling that lady's daughter some of her own per­ sonal experiences in her yonnger days. Mammy was known as "Aunty Prior* to the household and as "Sis Prior" to fellow-negroes on the plan­ tation. She had a small grudge against one, Emeline Dorsey, a fel­ low servant, but bided her time for revenge. The opportunity came when Emeline appeared at meeting in a new Easter bonnet, and Sid Prior, catching a giimpso of it. seated herself directly behind the wearer In the church. Bvery time the speaker paused In his address. Sis Prior uttered a fer­ vent "Amen!" By degrees she be­ gan to rock backward and forward, and finally the spirit moved her to lay violent hands upon the finery Adorning Emeline Deraey's head. *1 Just grabbed that hat off that deceitful nigger's head," she told her hearer, ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

•Kt I*"' Am HAVE YOU SEEN THE ABSTRACTS COMPILE!! ERIK^K. KAMBTAD, Opposite Wholesale House. Current Bushes Green. R. W. Carrick writes to his son ohn from Eugene. Oreg.:saying he weather is fine there and dien he wants-a Surrey Five Year Pi^f. (ieo. W. Burke the Surrey land Kin, is making a five'"VeAr-.proo'f JI: his claim. He is th(j fiirt ur to mftkeii' five year proof •om the Hurrey district. He a 5 a. beautiful quarter toiieiiiug lift SOltt' Mr OI to wrii: allicl it is, at $5.0(0 br'the owijjr. SECOND ErvfTl 03T--Srm [i ofc arid War c-ouivty, .VfoyKofe&j* is iil£4a at'One-Chird Ibrfs- tb«•• fi the vr'$ stillpropjrtionato )ricar""2w ?r fYppv. lit mro and (jot cine or (stint l.isend w„ho.o it wiIl :4o: -Minot t!ic TFC KOOD, THK PIOTUFIK SHOI\ V«n .-Alpore. CONTEST XOTKiK. t. rl that said claimant SfcB wholly alnnnlon' uid ta-act of land for more than six months jiriopr to the flute of said utlxjuvit Of c«u the fnet is he i»ever did reside theieon '1 never ittd make wsy improv...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

$1 J.v| It 8?} 8ft tfc' 4 j^ His*1 No Bonus. bank. number Quite a number or enjoyed themselves home last Fl'idav night. 'V .O^ Tat man Township. R. 0. Dalziel purchased a iiiu driving team, harness and last week. THE CITY HALL AT MOOSEJAW, CAN. Tbe city hall at Moosejaw, Canada, is a beautiful structure made of Estevan pressed brick. The building: was en»et»d by D. A. Dinnie, the Minot contractor, at fi cost of approximately 831,(KM). It is three stories in height with a full base­ ment. The size is GOx8(3 feet. The basement contains the court room, jail, jani­ tors' rooms, boiler and fuel rooms and gout's toilet. The first floor contains the mayor's office, committee room, clerk's office, council chambers, library, ladies' toilet, and firemen's room, department for horses, drop harness, and modern tire wagon. The second floor is used for firemen's parlors, and sleeping quarters and opera house. The opera house has a seating capacity of 900. Moosejaw has a population of 4,000, about...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

mxm I W- 1 1 A 1 Your correspondent failed to "hob up ik serenely" last week owing to the fact s.that he, together with Toney Sickles, ."Tommy Elwick, John O'Neil and a legion i, of other good ''Christians" •vere busy drawing up a declaration of war against ..» Prince Beelzebub, prince of the house of darkness and knight of the castle of sin. •is In other words, 'twas the organization '••of Young Men's Christian Association in Tasker. The commander of the as. «oc:iation, Toney Sickles, having heard chat Prince Beelzebub has been getting pretty busy of late in this neighborhood, •4 lias issued a declaration of war, and this •ti being the caso, a general assault will •commence from now on and operations will be continued until the Port Arthur of the nether world puts up the white •?. asbestos flag. Next week wo will re ::4«juest the INDEPENDENT to print the •'a aforesaid declaration of war in red ink. We take pleasure in stating that we 'lift our hat -to the indefatigable J. S Wallacc...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

BOhT KNOW V/JUT BROTHERS MET OFTEN DIDN'T KNOW EACH OTHER! For eighteen years two Minne­ apolis brothers, Patrolman W. H. Halm of the fifth precinct po­ lice station and Christopher Hamilton Hahn, a teamster, have lived in Minneapolis, yet not until Tuesday did either one know of the other'swhereabouts. Time and again the two men have passed each other on the Greets—have even spoken to each other—yet neither one of them had a suspicion as to who the other was. The union of brothers was brought about through a letter Christopher received from a sis­ ter in Maryland. She told Chris topher that she had heard that Brother Harry, or \V. H. Hahn, was on the police force in Minne­ apolis. Christopher made inqui­ ries and found that there was a Patrolman Hahn and that he was stationed at the Fifth pre einct police station. He went to the policeman's kome at 3229 Third avenue south and there met his brother. The surprise was mutual, neither one of them believing it possible that they could h...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

ti (i -#:S 44 10 12 quart tin pail.. 3 quart coffee pot.. Good dipper. idh- Axle grease, 5 cents a box, 6 boxes for. dozen curry combs to go at, each Tin cups, 2 for. A big line of 22 caliber rifles, our special. We can save you money on calsimo. Good washing machine. Good sewing machine.. Hand-picked navy beans, 6 pounds for- Regular 10c rice, 6 pounds for Good fresh prunes, 8 pounds for -THE NEW YORK STORE "Men's Black Satin Shirts, sold at 73c, reduced to Men's Black and White Double Front Shirts, 60c value, reduced to Men's White Linen Finish Handkerchiefs, 10c value Men's Suspenders, former price 35c, for this sale I- II JJQg It Men's 15c Black Socks, all sizes AlPFancy New Shirts, soft front, any size, $1.25 grade, reduced to. Men's Corduroy .Pants, regular price $1.75, reduced to. «t .t 2.48, 3.00, 25c Table Oil Cloths, any color, per yard 3 yard Roller Towel, ail Linen, good for 35c, now.. Good Large Bath Towel, good for 18c. now Extra Lar^e Bath Towels, good for 25u, now Al...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

I I I 1 "A ti vv* & II: A* **K fr %& ~il:. mi AjL 117IIV CAW riU\T UV TT A. S. Blakey, Minot, N. D. Dear Sir:- f0 Minor Topics Mrs. McAneny of Ross is repor ted to be seriously ill. Van R. Brown, the state's attorney of Williams county, transacted business in Minot last week. Miss Kincannon an expert miiliuer from Seattle, has accepted a position with the Le land Department store. A. Y. Swanson returned from Montana with a car load of good work hoi*ses which he has for sale on his farm northeast of town. H. MareaUj the Wayne fanner reports farming quite general out of his way. He broke some and reports the ground turning over nicely. J. K. Schoening, the Hose mer­ chant, was taken very ill a few days ago and his wife who was visiting in Minot, was sent for immediatelv. *. MOONEY, CHAMPIHE & JOHNSTON, Investment Bankers, with offices over the Postoffice. Can make you a farm loan on short mtice, at any time, at the lowest rate of interest. They also make final proofs, havi...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

Ml SOT ,• Frfe^om and Vicinity. fflg OniSawirday lust Floyd Shea purchased the John O'Leary quarter for $1,600. Fred Schueulil who injured his knee last fall and haw been laid up since, is improving. Tim O'Leary, of Des Lacs, has been spending the we«»k with acquaintances in this locnlity. B. F.Hanson one day last week sold his farm to Alfred Anderson for a consideration »f $2,200. Two new school houses will he built in Freedom township this summer one in section 11 and one in section 22. Enoch O. Nordrntn returned on Thursday from Fort Benton Mont.,where he haslwen spending the past year. Enoch will farm the, valuable claim he owns this season. On Wednesday night about twenty of Jtoy Smith's friends stepped in to show him ln»w to have a good time, on his birth­ day, this being in.- 'vent\ -fij-st. Progressive cinch jlayed un til suppera'Ml then o.tnciug was enjoyed until morning. One of the most enjoyable occasions this winter WHS the hard time dance given it, th-» home of .1. E. W...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

V&-A"? It lf?ii fM fc~ fi Y, lSr -s uuni« «. Ward County's first Jeweler who died last week. An Opportune Moment. "Well, sir, what can I do for you?" the editor of the Wahoo "Paralys­ er," as he looked up from his desk and •aw a large man with a saffron-colored whiBkero standing in front of him. "You are the editor, are you?" "Yes." "I was reading last week's issue of (he 'Paralyser,' and I was much struck by one of your able editorials. You write the editorials, I presume?" "Yes .sir," replied the editor, deep­ ly gratified, for it was not often that elUzens came in to commend the edit­ orials. "What was the subject of the article which struck you so favorably, may I ask?" "It was about the gold question." "Oh, yes I remember now. That editorial involved a great deal of re­ search sir, but I never spare any pains or begrudge the time thoroughly to investigate an important subject." "You dealt with the gold supply, and I think you used an expression some­ thing like this: "We no...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

THE I **4 IS very seldom, indeed, that one is iven an opportunity of visiting a _etter little city than Mohall, locat led vi the Granville branch of the Great .Northern, forty-nine miles up the line. The "Mohall Flyer" ha9 already become famous over the state, at least, and it was on this train that tne editor of THB INDEPENDENT was carried into as good a farming country as can be found any­ where. Wfcen that bright mind, James' J. Hill,' saw fit, a little irore than two years ago, to plan for increasing his business, he sent several parties of surveyors into the country northwest of Granville to map out the best plan of procedure. Mr. Hill was desirous of tapping the very best country, the country settled by the very best of farmers, men who came with that determination to stay. The Mohall coun­ try had already become famous for the great crops of flax, wheat, and garden vegetables and Mr. Hill said: "Let Mo­ hall be the end of the line for the time being." The farmers, before the ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

»l }Y»l •f/ rcrrvi S-V Ofi rgf f**V -••. f4 & sV VU WiP John F. Cooper was born October 20, 1840 at Glen Williams, Out. and died March 1. 1905, after a short illness of appendicitus at St. Luke's hospi­ tal in this"city. With the'demise of Mr. Cooper, one of Minot's most esteemed citizens and oldest bus­ iness men passed awav. Mr. Cooper was the son of a jeweler and when a little ^oy learned the trade. He worked at his father's bench until he was a young man and then opened a jewelry store of his own at Georgetown, Ont. This was in 186-t. In 1870 he moved to Mt. Forrest, Ont., where he worked at his trade and two years later he was married to Miss Annie McDougall. To this union eight children were born, all of whom are living. They are Mrs. John McConnell, Misses Ida, Dollie, Laurel and Elvya, all of this city, Allan of Mohall, John of Stanley and William who lives at home. Mrs. Cooper survives her husband. Mr. Cooper moved to Minot in 1887, and on April 12th of that year opened...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

ClftCULAWON 2,650 w't £t 1 CONTRACTS LET ,' FOR NEW S00 ROAD. Vn Contracts to the reported amount of $5,000,000 have been let at Minneapolis, by the Soo 'road, for the construction this year of a 300-mile extension be­ tween Thief River Falls, Minn., westward to kenmare, N. D., across the most productive and thickly-settled part of North .'Dakota. This important exten­ sion will relieve a large popula­ tion of entire dependence upon the Great Northern road for transportation facilities. Work will begin as soon as possible, and the new line will be in operation not later than Oct. 1 'The chief contract—that for timber work and grading—was awarded to the Winston Brothers company of Minneapolis. For the usual reasons, the exact route of the new line has not been announced. But it will cross Marshall county, in Minnesota Walsh, Cavalier, Tower, Rollette, Bottineau and Ward counties in North Dakota. Forty—five miles will be trav­ ersed in Minnesota and about 250 miles in North Dakota. Th...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

19 j«8«i It the express Hecker, THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Pvbllshcd Every Wednesday.* C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June 18.1003, »s Second-Class Matter. Postofflce. Minot, N. D. Act ol Congress of March IS. 1879 MjNOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. 1005. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Karl Stredwick reports that he has been plowing- for nearly a week and the ground works up line. D. H. Funderberg of Surrey has been in the days at work, but has put in no grain. A bill to regulate the manner of playfng foot ball was in­ troduced into the South Dakota legislature last week. A London dealer paid $20,000 at an auction sale for a small rock chrystelware few days ago which once belonged to Queen Elizabeth. Plenty of rain in the south and New York State is covered with from three to ten feet of snow. The farmersjare plowing in North Dakota. is estimated that §50,000,000 is expended annually in the great Scotch game of golf. About one third of this amount is spend in England and i...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

If I ,y '.v I a A General Banking Busi­ ness Transacted* jr,00 Pars Farm Loans. We have an unlimited amount of money to loan on farm lands. Low prevailing rates of interest and payments arranged to suit the borrower. There Is Safety Combined with Promptness* Roi ed Oats, per pound*. Farmer's Day. March llth Fancy box Apples, NEW CAR, regular price §1.-15, Special, p.v box I Bpst Cii'Miiulated Su^'ar, 18 pounds for I.OO jl (rood Wl.ole Ilice, Special,. 25 pounds LOO -r .* Ora.:^'s, per dawn jj5on y*H!-dx of Standard rri»ts. y»r ynrd..., "r,00 u'ds of ^i!ind ird CiiH'vhani •, per ••:!-*.] •••.{:• ,»! I'll! t:n .r !. iO A N a r.!o,.s jAiiNieus'inid Suits for tl.is lOnaSID ItlHI WIDSBDAt. Whaat No. 1 OTe. Wheat No.2«o. Wheat No. 3 83c. FlaxtLSS. Maoareai wheat TOe. X)ata21c. Barley Tic. Jk for this day 2opwrcent DEPARTMEiif ST?Rt Minot Markata. Strength J. A. ERICKSON, Pres., C. H. PARKER, Vice Pres. O. ERICKSON, Cashier. 11 off 'M Be81 grade of for­ maldehyde 20 cents a $ 7 S a a lon, ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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