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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 March 1905

4 iV y* "V "«S •yx •MMfrM. cypress forests dim the owl makes weird aboflfc down with spicy limb old plantation road, the swamp and up the hltt, the dappled byways ruit the gin-house, by the mill, ts tta incense to the sun. Round Floai •wtft to catch the voice of soring. .Soon Its tasseled blooms appear Is their blossoming, .thing balm and waving cheer the greeting that they send the fragrant iragrant wild wood blooms, every blosscm bend la a chorus of perfumes. It leans the blackberry vine, "Ith white sprays caressingly Rcfcnd Its knees the wild peas twine, 'Beckoning to the yellow bee Through its bows the red-bird flits Mke a living fiance of (lie, 'And with love-enlightened wits w« iTeaves his nest and tunes his lyre. whera-skies are summer-kissed, nd the drowsv days long. 'Neath the sassafras to list °^L To the field-hand & meiiuw song! Or. more sweet than cliimes that hang _jjn some old cathed al dome. jC&tCh the distant kling'e-klang TOf the cow-bells tinkling home! —Sa...

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

fc^'\ V*L. 4 1 ills 's If i? THE FARMERS -T£r*-.-»VV-. '.• .•••.' ... The business men of Minot did ^3 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 and besides the display of grains and vege­ tables will be worth a great deal to all in the way of a little side «how. Durum ?f wheat—First Drize— -$10 in merchandise—Grow Clothing Co. Durum wheat—Seconed prize —88 oak rocker—M. A. McJan ne+. §. Blue stem wheat—First prize —1 barrel apples—McKone Bros. Blue stem wheat—Second prize—$5 Smyrna rug—S. It. ^Kallak. Scotch Fife wheat—First prize —$10 suit of clothes—Boyer & Lindberg. v, Flax—First prize—$10 due bill, good in meat market—J. If: H. Tompkins. Flax—Second prize—$5 ^Gillette Safety razor—W. B. lO-Hawley. s, harness—Martin Jacobson. Oats—Second prize—$-3 hat— "The New Store. Barle...

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

8/ fr 4 A 5 Thoroughly UNDER CLOAK OP RELIGION. Cttond 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 younger days. Mammy was known as "Aunty Prior' to the household and as "8is Prior" to fellow-negroes on the plan­ tation. She had a small grudge against one, Emeline Dorsey, a fel­ low servant, but bided ht-r time fo» revenge. The opportunity came when Emeline appeared at meeting in a new Easter bonnet, and Sis Prior, catching a glimpse of it, seated herself directly behind the wearer In the church. Every time the speaker paused in his address, 81s Prior uttered a fer Cuy\vent "Amen!" By degrees she be "I si» rock backward and forward, didn't ws Anally the spirit moved her to tions of violent hands upon the finery Bmellne Dersey's head, (jrl Just grabbed that hat off that ixeitful nigger's heed," she told her earer, "and tra...

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

PWiPffSPW 4 £$£& ilk". Mm- 1 iMtf I w£i /,v f§ :•«&?« -v.- y'-^MK OK YOU StEH THE ABSTBACIS MBHLEI l¥ MINOT, ?M 4 Devine, Stenersen & Co. -'-V'.•• ./Jr- .,,'.--.r.". :-.-• Send in a sample order and see what work they are doing. Your work will be given immediate attention by our abstracters. Remember, if you have any work you wish to have done at the court house, we are at your service free of charge, Devine, Stenersen & Co. Official Abstracters lor Ward County. MINOT, NORTH DAK. SECOND NATIONAL BANK, J|j» OF MINOT. J» Capital, $C0,000 Surplus and Profits, $ 10,000 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. OPPI6BR6 •••.• JOSEPH ROACH, President, P. P. LEE, .Vice Presidaat. R. E. BARRON, Cashier. OIRECTORSt Erik^K. Kambtad, T. P. Kulaas, P.P.Lee, Joseph Roach, R|E. Bakbon, OLDEST BANK IN WARD COUNTY. THE UNION HOUSE. SA ARINTZ, Prop. Best rooms in the heart of the city 50c and $1.00 per day. Steam heated. Sample Room in Connection. PHONE No. 164. NORTH DAKOTA. REMEMBER REMEMBER! I I ...

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

sw^ si- fl fef. 8feYz,£ »*'{M a •:•**•..&. I frfe. if ife-i a m. Wm r-c 1?4 4"i H| u. fx CotorwL K.. a glim«d to meet in, "citizens" behiadU, on Wed., March 15—for Bver.rp0se of making nomina .^md discussing matters of ven interest. Cuyvei f,« 1 sp v^i^Building is Settling. tions Ijee'8 S'tore building is _ltL'g on *!fSg* ', wm No Bonus. &«§« *'r- or call on the THE CITY HALL AT The size is 00x86 feet. The basement contains the courtroom, jail, jani rooms, boiler and fuel rooms and gent's toilet. The first 'floor contains the Ivor's office, committee room, clerk's office, council chambers,, library, ladies' ^et, and firemen's room, department for horses, drop harness, and modern tire tgon. The second floor is used for firemen's parlors, and sleeping quarters and iera house. The opera house has a seating capacity of 900. Moosejaw has a population of 4,000, about the same as Minot, and is in excel iHt shape financially. The city spent $200,000 on buildings, water works and |ew...

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

1 lJ** Your correspondent (ailed to "bob up serenely" last week owing to the fact •that he, toother with Toney Sickles, /Tommy Elwick, John O'Neil and a legion 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. In other words, 'twas the organization of a Young Men's Christian Association in Tasker. The commander of the as. isociation, Toney Sickles, having heard that Prince Beelzebub has been getting pretty busy of late in this neighborhood, •has issued a declaration of war, and this fboing the case, a^pneral assault will .commence from now on and operations Will be continued until the Port Arthur of, the nether world puts up the whito asbestos flag. Next week we will re­ quest THE INDEPENDENT to print the laforesa^d declaration of war in red ink. We take pleasure in stating that we 'Ilift our hat' to the indefatigable J. S. Wallace,and that" Davis is on the Soo"is entitle...

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

r"y"r rf9 I ,v 5,1 c-w «,7 "•*w""vu!r» -ik* I ii'-F eighteen years two Minne brothere, Patrolman W. ahn of the fifth precinct po gtation and Christopher jlton Hahn, a teamster, lived in Minneapolis, yet until Tuesday did either one of the other's whereabouts, yinj? and again ti&two jnen passed each other on the ts^-have even spoken to other—yet neither one of ft&em had a suspicion as to who other was. mgto Th6 Union of bi'othefs was ttdught fetbtihfc through a letter itopher received from a sis in Maryland. She told Chris­ topher that she had heard that jprotfyer Harry, or W. U. Hahn, wa&oii the police iorce in Minne* ajpolis. Christopher made inqui­ ries aiid found that there was a Batrolman Hahn and that he stationed at the Fifth pre­ cinct police statiob. He went to the policeman's fcome at 3229 Third avenue south and there met his brother. The surprise was mutual, neither Qne of them believing it possible that they could have lived within a mile of each other for yea...

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

Good Large Bath Towel, good for 18c. now Extra Lar^e Bath Towels, good for 25c, now J8c it 20c White Envelopes Kta package, now Ladies' Ribbed Union Suits, worth 30now 00^ 44 MM White Muslin Tin cups, 2 for 4 Good dipper We can save you money on calsimo. Good washing machine Good sewing machine. Hand-picked navy beans, 25c bottle catsup, -THE NEW YOSK STORE- 6 Men's Black Satin Shirts, sold at 73c, reduced to $ .49 Men's Black and White Double Front Shirts, 60c value, reduced to .39 Men's White Linen Finish Handkerchiefs, 10c value.. •5 Men's Suspenders, former price 35c, for this sale .23 30c, .30 Men's 15c Black Socks, all sizes -9 All*Fancy New Shirts, soft front, any size, 81.25 grade, reduced to .98 Men's Corduroy .Pants, regular price $1.75, reduced to 1-3® 2.48, 3.00, 25c Table Oil Cloths, any color, per yard 3 yard Roller Towel, all Linen, good for 35c, now A11 12^c Outing Flannels, Bleached, Uableachcd, and Fancy .Colors, reduced to .9% Standard 7c Gingham, reduced to »5 Go...

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

kfeV. •H/II17 ,*vtv CnUr Minor Topics Mi's. McAneny of Ross is repot­ ted to be seriously ill. Yan It. Brown, the state's attorney of Williams county, transacted business in Minotlast week. Miss Kincannon an expert milliner from Seattle, has accepted a position with the Le land Department store. 4S A. V. Swanson returned from Montana with a car load of good work horses which he lias for sale ou his farm northeast of town. H. Mareau, the Wayne farmer reports farming quite general out of his wav. He broke some and reports the ground turning over nicely. :.T. lv. Schoening. the Hose mer­ chant. was taken very ill a few days ago and his wife who was visiting in Minot, was sent for immediately. MOONEY, CHAMPiNE & JOHNSTON, investment Bankers, with offices over the Postoffice. Can make you a farm loan on short notice, at any time, at the lowest rate of interest. They also make final proefs, having had twenty years' experience in land office practice. Call on them or write to them in c...

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

'l! h'SI FrerHM" And Vicinity. On Satnjtyjfigrlagt Floyd Shea purchased Tne John O'l/wv quarter for $1,600. Fr«d Schueuhl who injured his knee last fall and has been laid up sinSe, is improving. Tim O'Leary, of DHH Lacs, has been spending the we.tk with acquaintances in thin locality. B. F.Hanson one da.v last week sold his farm to Alfred Anderson for a consideration of $2,200. Two new school hous»»s will be built in Freedom lownnhip this summer one in section 11 and one in section 22. Enoch 0. Nordrutn returned on Thursday from Fort Benton Mont.,where he has been spending the past year. Enoch will farm the valuable claim he owns thi* season. .'On Wednesday night ahoui twenty, of tto.y Smith's friends stepped in to show liiin how to have a good time, on his «Mi- this being his ^fnty-li?t. Progressive cinch played uM tjl supper a"d then «ia: icing was enjoyeu until iiiornin». One of the most enjoyable occasions this winter was the a an iv a home of.I. E. Winter Friday night. The cost...

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

Mrs. Kit! 2f w- 35. iF Curtain Raises on JOHN F. COOPER, Ward County's first Jeweler who died last week. An Opportune Moment •Well, sir, what can I do for you?" add the editor of the Waboo "Paralys­ er," as he looked up from his desk and •aw a large man with a saffron-colored whiskers standing in front of him. "You are the editor, are you?" "Yes." *7 was reading last week's issue of the 'Paralyser,' and I was much struck by one of your able editorials. You write the editorials, I presume?" "Yes ,sir," replied the editor, deep ty gratified, for it was not often that citizens 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 Bpare 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 ...

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

Msi •ivZ IT Ms f" .. Kt 'I $ Land Office Business. IS very seldom, indeed, that one is given an opportunity of visiting a Better little city than Mohall, locat­ ed on the Granville branch of the Great Northern, forty-nine miles up the line. The "Mohall Flyer" has already become famous'over the state, at least, and it was on this train that the editor of THE INDEPENDENT was carried into as good a farming country as can bo found any vhoro« Whenthat bright mind, James J. Hill, saw fit, a little irore than two years ago, to plan for increasing his business, ne sent several parties of surveyors into the countfy northwest of Granville to map out the best plan of procedure. Mr. Hift 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 ...

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

& U: MARTIN JACOBSON John F. Cooper was born October 20, 18-10 at Glen Williams, Out. and died March 1. 1905, after a short illness of appendieitus 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 boy 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 1864. En 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 the first jewelry store in the c...

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. — 15 March 1905

-L~ $ ,Wi lr rf]Tf Tootole to Better. ffapt woman, the wife of a Aanf.r--1 VOLUME 3. NUMBER *7- s' A KIDNAPPED YOUNG m. Man Zlevor—Kurzwart marriage. Jerry Zlevor. oiie of Minot's prominent tailors, \vas united in arriage a week wc a agc4 ask you vc 'ii r* .M vVt ,v *& .» ,.? fK mm •M? GIRL IN MINOT Harriet Dc Long, Who Left Here a Year Ago, Has Ruined the Life of an Innocent Fourteenayear-©ld Girl=»Is Now at East .V '.••• hi' tiZQ It is now.,positively lpiown that Harriet veLdng '. a woman who conducted a fast resort in this city two ago, kidnapped a young-" girl fourteen years old and this girl was with her in this city for sometime. It is thought that when this woman moved from Minot a year or more ago, she was accompanied by the girl. )fficer Kimball received a letter from Chief of Police Elliott of East Bay, Man., stating that Harriet DeLong \yas living at that pla6e with one^Mat Whalen well known in Minot. She is now known as Mrs. Williams and has been known-as Mrs. Munro....

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. — 15 March 1905

if ps ...... @3! r5 &- So* W "s Mit Minot now COUNTY Published Every Wednesday. G. F. TRUAX, Published -V. G. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June 18. 11)02. us Seoonrt^Ilass Mattel'. Postoftloe. Miuot, N D. Act of Congress of MarcUst. 1OTI) MINOT, N. 1L, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 15, 1905. EDITORIAL CO lias twelve distinct trains eacli day. Think of it! What crowd of people pass through our fair little city every da\ No wonder Minot is growing fast not booming. Bookpr T. Washington, in a recent talk to negroes, said: "Don't wear a $5 hat on a 5 cent head. Don't wear cheap jewelry... Don't take $5 buggy rides on $6 a week. Get some property and be somebody." The advice is applicable to white people as well as to negroes. .-.••• •.?«.* WWWWWWWW Minot is naturally one of the great wholesale centers in the state. From the Montana line to Devils Lake and from Han kinson to tne Canadian line are hundreds of good towns that Minot wholesale concerns can easily reach. Then the Mohall branch comes in ...

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. — 15 March 1905

Ttfotaleto Better. A ^'^ot woman, the wife of a prob^ent railroad man, has a beautiful white and black spotted dog, "Tootsie^ by name. The aforesaid dog had a slight indis position, having a sore throat or a bad liver or something else wrong with his constitution. |$iThe woman mourned and pined t^for poor doggie and finally sent :f£,for a Minot physician post haste. t^The doctor felt ofthe dog's pulse, ^opened his month with a stick, Examined the tongue, put a look­ ing glass down the tnroat and applied liniment externally to IJftiie dog's neck. Tootsie is better %pwe are glad to say. f5 Presbyterians WUI GdekrareSt. Patrick's Day. v.. The young people of thel*res byterian church are planning a literary and musical program for Friday night. The musicians are well-known local talent, and Miss Florence Mailer is the read­ er. After the program refresh­ ments will be served and a gen* oral good time enjoyed.-. Ther tickets, twenty-five cents each, are now on sale. Everyone will be cord...

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. — 15 March 1905

,0^. Mr. and Mrs. Clms. Scribner. Mr. and Mrs. B. 13. Tasker. Geo. McClure and others were among: the Tasker ites who visited Minot on Farmer's Day. They reported Minot more crowded than a bee hive, and the tali aud stately B. B. says there was hardly room in the town to mind in. Last Saturday afternoon 'Bil ly'? Yerzat climbed upon the hurricane deck of a mild-eyed looking broncho, and prepared to put him through the paces. For a time things went as joy­ ously as a marriage bell, when suddenly the aforesaid broncli rose heavenward and pawed a few holes in the atmosphere. Billy slung to him closer than a brother, so to speak, but 'twas mo use, and he hit the earth with a dull sickening thud and for a while was rendered unconsious. And now down in the vast fields of the literature of the human heart may be found the outlines of the profound oath that Billy has taken against ever again mounting a mild-eyed cayuse. TASKER—ON THE S00. change your Townsite Proprietor Scribner has a force...

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. — 15 March 1905

ti W* I WHV CAW fiD AIM TtIII JUtT Minor Topics There is to be an auction sale of Pure-Blooded Hereford cattle at Valley City N. D. on whJ^ A. S. Blakey, Minot, N. D. Dear Sir:— Wed. March 15th. Those interested should write Geo. E. McEataron Huron S. D. for a catalogue. tip Dr. M. H. Scholberg is^now permanently lo­ cated in Minot with •offices over the Post office. Phone 56. FINE FARM FOR RENT. 320 acres, one mile from town for rent» Most of land is plowed. This is the best farm in the county. It will j)ay you to see or ad­ dress me at Minot. JOHN EHR. A E S O A E E ymi are lift The sample of formaldehyde submitted'by you for examination, has'been analyzed and found to con­ tain 39.71 of formaldehyde. This is therefore a product of exceptionally good strength. Yours truly, Each bottle bears a label instructing as to the use of the formaldehyde. Buy it at Blakey's and be sure you get the best. A. S. BLAKEY, Druggist, The artesian well at Harvey is down over two thousand feet. Mary ...

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. — 15 March 1905

I I A ,• :t 1 cSixv., STATE NEWS. MissKinley. the Sonris '"hello'' girl, is dead. A disastrous prairie tire raged north of Williston Tuesday. GraLville's lawn tennis club re­ sumed operations last week. Mike Fiuzel, who recently lost his blacksmith shop at Portal,' built another one. The Soo is building a tempo pary round house at Kenmire! but anew stone 10-stall round house will soon be built. W. J. Jefferson has purchased the Underwood Miner and Editor Harris has gone east. Harris completed a six months jail sen­ tence. Attorney Gilmore, of Mohall, took an fnvoluntary cold bath in his well Sunday morning with no bad effects. Mrs. Christian Hanson, ownpr of the European hotel at Valley City, was sentenced to 90 days in jail and fined $500 for con­ ducting a blind pig. The hotel was ordered closed for a year. The Mohall Independent think* the countv conimisHioners over­ stepped themselves a iittle in making six papers official whjn the law states plainly that there shall be but thre...

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. — 15 March 1905

'•V f- JfK Minor Topics Henry Auslander is arranging to bujia a large oven for his bak­ ery. The only place where you can get satisfaction—at Myren's the tailor. Charles Good is building a $5000 residence at the foot of the hill on main street south. Ben (Jranstad, through the agency of O. Dalager, bought a f$rm joining his own on the south for $1800. S. R. KAIJLAK: "Lots in Minot have advanced 25 percent in two months. A lot that 1 offered for $2501 now hold at.$350." 8ECOND EDITION—Souvenirs of Minot and Ward county. We get this -edition at one-third less than the tirst iso we sell at a proportionate price,. 25c per copy. Be sure and set one or more -and send where it will do Minot the most good. THE PIOTUUE SHOP. Van Exie & Moore. Just as an example of the way "Minot business men buy for their trade. P. V.- McCoy purchased from one salesman one Ha.v Inst ^veek a bill of $666.17. FORMALDEHYDE. Sed Time Will Soon be Here! The careful farmer (and the careful farmer is alwys the ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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