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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1905

i&t BT TrlE UK 1 Mercy. Al-o JH. BARBER OPERA SHOP, L-oniiecteil with the Opera barber ~ho! in the ba.-euient of Martin Jncob -on'o Opera IIouj-o block, will open Sat­ urday morning. The proprietors, Glider W. H. (it^LV.a. Scoenfield. it young dry goods I *5 urliish bath pcrlors, which arc! A r.cKler, have gone to the expense of •?lo0( 4m te TRAVELING MAN HORSEWHIPPED. Young Woman Rains Blow After Blow Down Upon the Head and Shoulders of Abe Scoenfieldt Whom She Declares De­ famed Her Reputation*—Man Cried For travelng salesman, was horsewhipijed i« this city Monday afternoon by a prorrii .'ui. voung I ad 3', wfeo went to the harness shop eerly in the day purchased a fia© buggy whip and lay in wait for the young fellow. When he appeared at his bouriling phace later in the day. he wns met by the plucky young woitirin and blow after blow was raineil dovvn upon the fellow's hend. neck and shoulders until he «'riej for..mercy. To THK VOTEB8 OF MtTfOT: I tnlce this meaos stating to •...

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. — 29 March 1905

t* 5 The bankers association of the 4JSighth Phelps, cashier of the Coinmer -ial bank of Fargo. PI The meeting- is beioy held in 5Wthe The president appointed the following committees: Exchange—€. A. Stubbing, F. ^1. Murphy, G. L. Gould. Resolutions—CI. L. Bickford, E. Barber, G. N. Livdahl: Nominations—J. E. Pox. J. P. Smerud, Edward Nelson. G. J. Albi-echt, cashier Union National bank. J. I). Lansbrou»h, cashier -rotate bank, How.belte. The officers who served the as suciation last year so well, were reelected. They are: President—G. N. Livdahl. Secretary—J. A. Erit kson. Ti-easurer—R. E. Burron. The evening session was an unusual happy affair. The Efcgles' entertainers pleased the bankers with fcheiriiongs, dances, orchestm selections, quartettes, and acrobatic stunts. The orchestra consisting of Eagle members is one of the best qinsi cftl organizations in the North west- Tables vh?re set In the Bagles lia& for fifty and a dainty luncheon was served. The Minot banking institu...

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. — 29 March 1905

f-t 5 2' f" K- 550 Ladies' Shirtwaist Suits in jioik dot design* and brown and blue nnd gray mixtures, collars and girdles to match,sizes •52 to -1-4 worth $0.00, special for (£n qq this sale,each 0ns Lot Ladiss' Corsets Frunt and hip hose supporters well worth SI .50. special for this 1.()») QQ- sale, all sizps. per corset OOu I Lot Ladies'and Misses' Girdles Corsets conies-in colors pink, blu» ami while, special for this sale 1 lot Bedspreads Marselles pattern, extra large, gen uine percale, with or without fringe worth $2.50. special for «rA this sale Jbl.OV 350 Dennison Lunch Sets Consisting of 1 table cloth, size 42x70, 12 napkins and 32 doylies, handsome designs, a bargain at $1.25, special for this stile, per set vVC 1 Lot Ladies' Wrappers All colors, full flounced skirt and s] uare yoke, braid trimmed, regular #1.25 wrapper, special 68c for this sale Alt Linen Crash Towling rims soft, absorbent quality, the quality that regulailv sells 12V,r. special per yard... Men's and Bo...

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. — 29 March 1905

'OTICE FOJt PUBLICATION. artment of the interior, Laiicl at Minot, N. D. Fob. 17^4905. ice is hereby, given that the follow ametl settler has tiled notice of his tion to make final proof in support claim, and that said proof will be before the Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office at Minot, N. D., arch 30th, 1005, viz., Jay B. John- or the NWM Sec. 34, Twp. IKi N# 83 W. names the following witnesses to his continuous residence upon ultivation of said land, viz: L. Zorn, J. A. Cloyd, E. Valloy, ge Bebee, nil of Minot, N. D. J129 R. O. SANB The said davit, Register CONTEST NOTICK. part'nent of the interior, United Land Office. Minot, N. D., Feb. 14,1905. sufficient contest affidavit having filed in this office by Ivor P. (J roth stant, against homestead entry No made January 28., 1903, for the NEJ4, and N^' of tion 30, Township 150 N, ge 90 W, 5th P. M. by James Bur contestee, in which it is alleged said James Burton, said contestoe wholly abandoned said tract Tor a iod of more than...

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. — 29 March 1905

If You Want to It Brings the Borrower and the Investor Together. You J. All those tracts or parcel- of land ly ing and being in the County of Ward and State of Xorth Dakota described as follows, to-wit: The South half of the Southeast 'vHi:ir ter S S 1 Sat BUILD or BUY We Cam Help You If you have partly enough money wo will loan you the bal­ ance. What you are paying in rent will pay the interest and pay the loan. Don't pay for tho Landlord's house, but pay for a home of your own. If you have no money, open an investment account with us, and you will soon have enough so that we can May We Have Your Business? WE HAVE bargains in Houses and Lots in all parts of the City. WE HAY 10 abstracts of title, and guaran­ tee the correctness of every abstract by a bond for $10, 000.00. WE KEPHESENT four of the .strongest fire insurance companies in the world. WE WILE bond you for any amount. Tli^se are reasons why wc should have vour business. DEVINE, STENERSEN & CO., Minot, N. D. NoTH I: O...

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. — 29 March 1905

Land Office business. Minor Topics O. I\ Fladeland, the Maiiitou merchant-, was in Minot Friday. Mrs. Hliaw of the landoftioehus a leav of absence on account of he illness of her mother. Mi*. E. A. Crokataccompanied her husband to Winnipeg last Wednesday and visited her sister. The Grand Hotel has been adorned with a handsome tiew aijgii, the handiwork of Painter •liin Morrison. Lewis Kenyon, a farmer 28 years of age, died at his home ten miles south of Velva of typhoid fever. John II. Lewis has one of his cottages enclosed. lie is build­ ing several for rent. Mr. Lewis pins his faith to Minot-. Mr*. Matt son of the West hotel who had her leg broken in a runaway, while coming- from her claim nesir Velva, is recovering nicely. Henry Sevelkoul of Lansford was in Minot Friday and says he will crop 400 acres tn is year." He is one or the best farmers in that part of the country. On Thursday night, March 30, a lutefisk supper will be served at the United Luthern church. A pood program wi...

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. — 29 March 1905

4SE SCTIO given. The following is the program: •THE 8CHKMEHS." A KtH'SING FOCK-ACF COSIf.UV —by- Dog Attacks Woman. Mrs. L, ]i. Ooth was ntta :kfd by a biir till dog whilo in the art of defending hfr i-at from the canine. Six-took rofuge in A. I. t'i.-h's i--idcnoi while her rp^-ncrs fought off tin? jtowi-rful WAGONS least weight. The OLD HICKORY wagon comprises all of these advantages, and they are the equal of any for strength, durability and lightness of draft. I carry the "OLD HICKORY WAGONS" that are especially adapted for the western trade and for this western country. Yours for Business, BRILLS AND DRAi No stock in North Dakota is as large as this. Prices the lowest and qualities the best. HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS AS ENTERTAINERS 'T'i- The pupils of the Minot High Shool,wjll give an enter­ tainment at the Opera House Monday evening, April For several years the hjgh school pupils Lave given an annual enter­ tainment which has more than met with the ex nee tat ions ef the people,, an...

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. — 5 April 1905

UTJ M«»m CIRCULATION 3^00 VOLUME 3. NUMBER With every '2Te spent in our store, whether for re­ pair work or for goods pur chased, we give one ballot to be Toted for your favorite lodge, society, institutian, church. Urtfcr* Taken for ..CUT FLOWERS.. Ex-county Auditor Louis A. Larson, Ex-Register of Deeds James \V. Briggs and 13. 11. Ed minster, for -years connected with the abstracting* department of the Title, Investments Trust: Company, have formed a partner­ ship n.nd'wijl do an abstract, real estate, loan and insurance busi­ ness. The firm name will be known as Briggs, Larson A: Ed minster. Mr. Larson will have charge of the" loan department and will also give the abstract work his personal attention. Mr. Briggs will devote most of his time to insurance, while Mr. Edminster who is recognized as ant,, 50. Vote for Your Favorite. ANOTHER ABSTRACT FIRM FOR MINOT lyiyjiflj yjpj,. A beautiful upright piano is the prize and is to be given away to the one receiving the highest number o...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1905

No Bonus, part of the state* Write for partic­ ulars or call on the bank. OAN Freedom and Vicinity. Westward ho! Go west young man, go west. Freedom was pretty well rep­ resented in Minot Saturday. John McKinney called at A. L. Weber's Sunday. Mrs. F. J. Willman was a cal­ ler at Eli Smith's Sunday. C. M. ('hristenson sjwnt several da? last week at Des Lacs. The result of our township election gives some people a pain. Miss Ellen Keinhold of Minot visited her sister, Mrs. Ed Win­ ter Sunday. Herman Trout miller has moved en F. J. Williams' farm where he will put in a crop this spring. While she lets the poor guy hold her hand she is wondering why the stupid fellow i.s content with that. W. K. Wolf arrived onTuesday with a load of immigrant goods. By the way, Ed. has taken unto himself a wife. A card party was given at the home of .1. H- Winter Saturday night in honor of Miss Spafford, who visiting friends in this vici­ nity, A. I'. Cinil of Goodhue. Minn., is spending the week here ...

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. — 5 April 1905

A# iri W ir M*-: .'.'V Cv 1 pi TO •TiS CHARCOAL—Absorbs all stomach gases. GINGER—Stimulant sedative effect. SULPHUR--*Blood purifiers. GENTIAN="Digestive tonic. SODIUM CHLORIDE==-Increases appetite body water. CAPSICUM—Hpieudifl stimulant. FOENlKiREEK«-Fattening agents. Minor opics The (iazette says potatoes sell for 7-~ cents at Tioga Arrangements are being made j^* lows in Minot. Jacobson's hardware store, Minot. L. K. Trel'z, formerly of Gran­ ville, is building a blacksmith fsli op at Sawyer. AShenvood drug store declares |that it received 7 tons of forma l ^dehyde in one shipment. one» ™Ttj -j. vW for an hneampmept for Hid el-1 ,|. (j. Wickey has returned from Indiana to his farm sont.hwestof! town. He has 100 acres under 4 cultivation. Mr. Wickey brotj back a bride who will share his For Commercial and Improved 0 Farm Loans, call on G. J. Al- W. A. Fifield traded property (Jlenburn to Hattie Pearson ^r«^JSfor her quarter section near that Palace. E. A. Dunn sold his farm near...

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. — 5 April 1905

/i 4. 'J&sLs' II 3* sA jt mJ tm^d ,-?s eaml iV• it. nj-.,:, I.. rY^. gtJW:-.' vi- t/. •*n~ »1n.. I sold a car of if yra*. ... ^fey tess money than VanTuvl Teu^-h can lux v--*- THE WARD CUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. G. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June lh, !g02. as Second-Class Mutter, l'ostoniee. Minot. N. 1 A on re so a S I MI XOT, X. I).. WEDNESDAY. A PHIL 5. 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. ^The 1mi:L'i .\i)KNT this week has an innovation in the way of a department devoted to news of interest to farmers in par­ ticular. Most of our readers are farmers, then why not devote at lea.-t a part of the paper to news of vital importance to them We want the help of every farmer reader of this paper to make this feature a success. It will be a success we know. Watch this department. People who are walking along the road and are overtaken by the rural delivery, mail wagons should remember, however much the driver would like to give them a ride lie does not da...

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. — 5 April 1905

-4*fV & VC^' 4 Minor Topics Judge Palda transacted busi­ ness at Willow City last week. J. Burke of Osakis. Minn., is visiting his brother, (i. W. jUirke of Surrey. -.i N*K. Dokken, who was recent lv eiccted assessor fit Palermo, wtis in Minot I* ridav. John Carrick will go to Eugene, ore., soon to live. C. Ji. John­ son will accompany him. A. C. Rush has returned from Waiipeton, wheve he attended school for the past year. Montana potato buyer was here last iveek trying- to secure fifteen car loads of spuds to ship west. I). A. Dinnie sold a car load of building material to Commis­ sioner Black and will ship it to White Earth. ~i F. H. Wellcome, president of the Union National Bank, ar­ rived from Minneapolis Monday to transact business. Miss Gertrude Spafford, who proved up on a fine quarter southwest of the city, has gone to Spokane, Wash., to reside. For Sale.—Pure Macaroni seed Wheat, in any quantity. Inquire of John Ehr, Minot, N. D., south east of court house. Geo. Parker ...

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. — 5 April 1905

iff- •f'2 0- k' *%s Brings LTk"1 fV gage, which said default consists in fail­ ure to pay the moneys securod by said mortgage, and bv reason of said default, the power of sale contained in said mort­ gage liavinsf become operative, and no action or proceeding having been insti tuted at law to recover the debt secured by said mortgage: now therefore Noti?e is hereby given that that cer­ tain mortgage, executed and delivered by Minot Coal and Brick Company, a Corporation, Mortgagor, to Mouse River Lignite Coal Company, a Corporation., L/orenzo M. Davis, Mortgagee, dated the 12th" day of May, A. D. 1903, and. tiled for record in the office of tho Register of Deeds of the County of Ward and State of North Da­ kota on tho .10th day of June, A. D. 190.'5, and recorded in Dook 2 of Mortgages on pages 100,161,102, and 1(53 and which said mortgage was duly assigned by said Mortgagee to Second National Bank, a orporation tinder the laws of the Unit­ ed States, at Minot. N. D., which said Assi...

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. — 5 April 1905

v9 $5 ut 1 li 4 8 *^&iL.,_R The Jgh school pupils held down the boards night and (Slaved "Tho Hehemeis" to perfeotton:' 'Pho'+nrgest crowd that haft ever a trended .a horn# talent play greet­ ed the jtivenila actors an*) actresses who £e«med to he as much at hewaontb* stage as thwtifli fimfd tkair vari­ ous roles, all their lives. Thai* wttu about fifty poopl« in thw play and chorus and notone.brpak was* piade, which was certainly .rnont remarkable, vrhan the number, of people, in the, cast,- and the short time of two weeks is considered in which the performance wits gotten up. The high school bov.-: rind girls ate cer­ tainly "tide ft'"-arid thrumit the enter­ tainment wer? greeted with bursts of applause frqm.an enthusiastic audience. Tho great'suc,certs of. tho play is due principally to Pfcpf. iinchMrs. Wolfe who vorked untiringly^"Tlie girls «nd- boys are loud in tiifiei*-i»r«ise:s- for the profes-" sor and his wife who displayed so much patience and skill during the prepar...

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. — 5 April 1905

Est:--' 'A.,? Ui §. %rf \i 'T'TVl'Cr 7--^-r Land Office Business. Dinnie Gets Good Contract. D. A. Iinnie secured the ron tract for building the new hospi­ tal build infor #S"71. lie guarantees to have the building completed in ninety days. Larson Steps Out. Louis A. Larson, county auditor fur four years, stopped out of oltice Monday morning after faithful service to the county. Auditor Fa brick is now in charge. D. Cameron Htid R. W. Wilson are Mr. Fabrick's deputies. Mr. Larson gave a number of his friends a swell banquet Saturday night in consequence of his term expiring. Jack Nichols Drowned. It is reported that Jack Nichols, well known rancher, was drowned in the Missouri river this afternoon. The re­ port says he attempted to Mvim 1)is horse across the river. The horse went down and came up without its rider. Tho horse got across safely, but Nichols' body has not yet been found. .Nichols has not yet been found, which strength­ ens the report. Dog Bites Child Terribly. Chief of...

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. — 5 April 1905

I |V.i- NOTICK Rgn PUBLICATION. enortwiCDt «f the interior, Land Jce at Minet, N. D. Feb. 17, im Notice is hereby given that tkc follow namod settlor hut tiled notie# of bis intention to nake final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register andnReceiver of the U. S. Land Office at Minot, N. D., o* March 30th, 1005, viz., Jay B. John so», for tho NWJ4 Sec. 34, Twp. N,. Range 83 W. He names the. following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivatioa of said land, viz: M. L. Zorn, J. A. Cloyd, E. Valley, George Bcbee, all of Minot, N. D. 2-883 29 CONTH8T NOTIOR. Depart'nont of the interior, United State Land OSicw. Minot, N. D., Feb. 11,1905. A sufficient contest affidavit having bean filed in this office by Iver P. Groth '^Csatestant, against homestead entry No 2MS4, made January 28, 19()3, for the S Ys NEJ4, and N}:, of Section 30, Township 138 N. Range 90 W, 5»h P. M. by Jam«s*Bur ton, oontestee, in which it is alleged tha...

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. — 5 April 1905

v. -v If':* & •••v.. I :-.:rv .*• t' jgp*, I'"- A *'s#4. ,f \RE t-i For salepin the best part of Ward cpunty. There are farmers who hav not yet bought their ooocoooooooooooooooooo i$%,*£iPerlwips tfiey are planning on using tfie Utrll o'f their' neighbor. Don't do that/' Veil may not be able to get it f. when you want it, just at the vital time feif.. df putting in your crop.: '..You may save V. ^,v *~v the price of a drill. '. 'I-handle the largest and test line of drills, This is the time of year to buy anew Don't wait till the summer is spent, but buy one now when you will get the use of it the whole season. I have a large line of all kinds of buggies. You can get cheap buggies, which look and wear well or you can get the high grades with rubber tires or without. \SKED Den get so busy making money that you neglect milking few cows. If you live near Minot, send the cream to the itinot creamery. It will not cost you anything to try this concern and we b# that you will have more...

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. — 12 April 1905

ms. oiu an. at be*** rom ting: ear With«very 25c spent in our store, whether for re­ pair work or for goods pur­ chased,-we give one ballot to be voted for your favorite lodge* society, institutian, church. kSee 4 a l.fv. ofc niis '&S-" il rrp lr v-£. Vote for Your Favorite. 1 highest number of votes by Sept* 14. M«ra Taken far ..CUT FLOWERS Remember: One vote given with everjr 25c spent in our store, v. "THE LINE" before purchasing elsewhere and get your votes here. W. H. REIGHART, The Minot Jeweler. DIPPING TANKS Grelland, N. D.—Well, with­ out a single bliss, how did you pull thru the winter? Waiting tor a June snow to fix the range? 'It wouldn't hurt some of those sloughs we drained, but there is time for it yet. The cattle are branded ana dehorned, but how about the dipping tank? If any­ one finds scaDbies on cattle let him agitate the dipping idea. There shouldn't be a critter in country that hadn't awash Pretty near "everybody" was i» Minot Wednesday. Mark went to Dee Lac...

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. — 12 April 1905

ff j.: K" I 1 1' i. ,S *. 1 I Entered'June 18. 1002. as Sccood-Chtss Matter. Post office. Minot. N. D. Act of Congress of March 8. 1879 MINOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 12. 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT* 11. E. Wheeler has been appointed assessor for the citJ' That is an office hard to fill, and one which requires the best of judgment and much hard work. Mr. Wheeler, we believe, will meet .ill of these requirements. Notice has been sent to theSwedish legation at Washington that hereafter all Swedes who marry in any foreign country must get permission from their diplomatic representative if they wish their marriage to be legally recognized in Sweden. If a Swede living in the United States wishes to marry and re­ turn to his native land again, be must apply for permission from his minister in Washington. The story is told that a woman alighted from a train at St. John and inquired of the only loafer on the platform, where she could obtain a hotel. The loafer grinned and informed her that he g...

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. — 12 April 1905

4 1 Vicinity _. »am and faniljjr iat- tended cnwclt in Miuot, Sunday. •I. A. firiekeon-ofi Minot vw a caller at tho Weber ranch San* ''I 8un»nerHmog of Hurt spent Sunday with tbe boys in the "camp". Mrs. W. E. Wolf ai-rived here­ on Wednesday from Ked Wing, .Minnesota. :i Art Morey and Hermaa Ku ohenbecker visited at A. L. Weber's Sunday evening. Rev. Kettler of Minot spent the first part of the week visiting •at Wni. Abraham. i1 Sorne of the young people have ^organized temperance league. f'A very commendable move. t, Tim Q'Leary of Des Lacs spent "9teveral days of last week visiting friends in this neighborhood. C. M.' G'hristenson went to Des Lacs Monday where he will start his well machine for the season's work. ..' Frank Miller returned on Wed­ nesday frorri Minneapolis and will spend the summer ou his claim. Did you notice how we all hunt for flickertail scalps since the county commissioners decided on a bounty? The dance at Mr. Rygmyr's Saturday night was well attend­ ed and ...

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