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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 April 1905

7**"" 1 AV' .VS .' Community. o. M. Dunwoody. a big Ion, tall, useless being was arrest Friday "morning charged with .stealing harness from a Russian and putting hokey-pokey on the poor fellow's horses. Dun woody was given a hearing before Just­ ice Hustad Friday afternoon and bound over to the district court under $500 He did not furnish bail and is in iail. Jack Nickols who was also given a hearing swore that, he saw Nickols put something on his horse but the evidence was a little mixed. sian and North Dakota's Opportunities. Minot has a class of men who will not do good honest work, but thev are always around do jng little petty tricks. Their actions are boyish to say the least. You find them hanging about the struts. When the Russians come to Minot to trade tlie.se men have made a practice of hiding their overcoats, steal inr their harness and putting- The INDEPENDENT received a communication from N. W. Lewis, an old gentleman, living near Lynch. ten miles north of Minot. Mr. Le...

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. — 26 April 1905

-Jt JMMIMMI With every 25c spent in oar store, whether for re­ pair work or for goods pur­ chased, .we give, one ballot to be voted for your favorite ledge. society,', matitutian, church. See "THE LINE" get your votes here. I ."i Order* Taken for ..CUT FLOWERS.. The Hoboes With Us Again. The officers have been having trouble again with the hoboes. Like bad pennies tliey always turn up, in the spring and they are hard to get rid of. Even Of ficer Kimball with his No. ll's has difficulty in forcing them to the outskirts of the city. Ar­ rangements will soon be made to work a chain gang of the fellows and improve the streets of the city. It will not take the la«y fellows long to get out of sight of Minot, once this is practiced. Will Soon Loan Money. The Minot Building & Loan Association will be ready in a few days to loan money on Mi­ not city property. If half a dozen good houses can be erected this season by the Association, it will be not only a good ad­ vertisement for that as...

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. — 26 April 1905

JL-sr1 No Bonus. oA^ "THE ROAD WITH THE BIG BERTHS" This is the title given bv the Chicago Tribune to the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY. This railway owu.s iiid operates its own sleeping cars and other equipment. The berths are wider, longer awl higher than berths in similar cars of other lines. The Pioneer Limited. The Fast Mail and three other daily RATES: $ .00 and $ 25 per day. F. N. Haynes, ir.-iiiis W. B. DIXON NORTHWESTERN PASSENGER AGENT 365 ROBERT STREET, ST. PAUL GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT AUSLANDERS Bakery goods of all kinds, fresh every day. Meals served in connection. You are invited to step in and try our service. ADSLANDER'S BAKERY, MINOT, N. D. ER ILDVEDSEN. C. O. BRETTON THp GRAND HOTEL. ILRV D8EIN & BRITTON, Props.. MIINOT,1 l)AK. CHAS. W. CONNOR, Your loan can be closed the day your application is made arrangements for an UNLIMITED amount of Eastern money which we can {dace on farm lands in this part of the state. Write for partic­ ulars or call on the ...

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. — 26 April 1905

i, tfDAY NWHT. The Ladies I'rogreseire Club of the Presbyterian church, will pre­ sent that pretty Grecianplay, Medea, at the Opera House Fri­ day night, April 28. Mist Sikes of SanFruncisco is here, and has foeen-torsometime,. su perintend ing the drill work for this enter­ tainment. She makes a special­ ty of the work and carries sjie cial scenery and costumes. Sixty of the best local talent of tlie city from the various churches and schools, will make thyt'the chief entertainment of the year. Elaborate costumes nave been secured. The drills and poses will be especially pretty and one or two of the acts there will be a grand electric display. Little tots six years old to married ladies with take part in this entertainment and it will be a grand success. Mrs. tube Allen of Fargo will arrive this week to assist in the latter arrangements. This is a popular play and is well spoken of. The moral is the best and no one should miss it. Wholesale Lumber Center. Minot is getting to be qui...

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. — 26 April 1905

|Vrt-'r $¥{ sfc v! -V FCVSJFY •', life •A $ st fc A fii «r n, V*'/ -*r jttzf,, 2&Bts *it" 4 5^ -'r^ FRFF/. toto- Tuesday by United States Mar­ shall Stout and not and given a United States Commissioner Al­ fred lttaisdell, charged with perjury. The defendent was bound over to the United States District court whic-li convenes in Fargo May 10 under $3000 which he furnished. A request was made that he be bound over under $"000. The witnesses were R. '. San­ born register of the laud office and Chas. Ely., an old soldier from Carpio, and others. For sometime Special agents James Dwyer and M. I). McEniry have been1 here for the purpose of investigating land frauds. Attention was called to Mr. Nurnburger by someone, who be­ lieved that he had come into possession of a large amount of land through fraud. Mr. Ely, who is an old friend to the de­ fendant, testilied that a contract bad been made between himself and Nurnberger, that he should file on a quarter of land, prove it up, Mr. Nur...

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. — 26 April 1905

W« S ORDER YOUR EASTER SUIT NOW. 1 k\".v S a so COUGHS MID COLDS K- A Drill, NOTICE WHEN TIME FOLI REDEMP­ TION WILL EXPIRE. To JAS. R. BROWN, You are hereby notified that the fol­ lowing described lands and premises, to wit: Lots eleven [11] and twelve [12], block number thirteen [13], Brooklyn addition to the city of Minot were here­ tofore and on. the Beventh day of Decem­ ber A. D., 1897, duly sold for taxes for the sum of one dollar and eighty four cents. That the time when the redemption period will expire for said lands is the seventh day of December A. D., 1900, and that the amount required to redeem said lands, exclusive of the costs to accrue upon this notice, is the sum of five dol­ lars and forty-five cents. All of said f&sada being situate in. the county of state of North Dakota. ryou fail to redeem the same within aty days from the date of this notice, tax deed for the aforesaid land will be issued and delivered to the holder of the tax certificate." it I vm Dated ...

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. — 26 April 1905

"V |G. The PE PEN DE NT ,| THE WARD CtttJHTY INKKMHT ST~- FwblMediewerf W«*»«edev. F. TIIMX, IN'DKI'KNDKNT |'KPI:MI:NT PatHstir 6.1. CtUMI, HlttrJ l'Jitered June 18. 1902, as Second-Class Mutter. Poatofflce. Mlnot.JN. D.i Act of Congress of March 3.1879 Ml NOT, N. 1)., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2G. 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. The April number of the Promoter, published at Bowbells, gives Minot a very nice write-up, richly illustrated. Editor Sharp nnTike"inany of the people upjthe line, always has a good word to say"for the metropolis of the Northwest. The business men of Sherwood will please pardon the INDEPEN for its tardiness in connection with the write-up of their fine city which appears in this issue. We have been very busy and only uow find an opportunity of portraying some of the facts aboutoue of the busiest little trade centers in Ward county. We hope to have tho Velva write-up in the next issue of this paper. The editor visited the'Minot creamery Tuesday and wa« glad to learn that th...

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. — 26 April 1905

READ THIS TO YOUR BOY* Judge Wofford, of Kansas City, intf^ recent address to boys, gave some advice which, if heeded would soon revolutionize the country. It should be read to jevery boy in the United States: x4I have been on the bench four­ teen years and during that time thousands of boys have been St light before me but not one hem was a constant atten at church or Sunday school or obedient to his father or mo­ ther. •"I have inquired of many boys what caused them to get into trouble and hare inmost instan res staying away from home and school, playing pool, hanging around saloons and cigarette smoking are responsible. "Start right, boys. To be any­ body, to accomplish anything for yourself or the community, you cannot be idle. Don't drink —liquor destroys the mind and body. Dom't swear—gentlemen, do not. It is low and vulgar. Don't read trashy literature. It leads to the devil. Don't hang around saloons. Good men are not made that way. Whenever vouseea man tying around a saloon...

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. — 26 April 1905

If You Want It Brings the Borrower and the Investor Together. You NO. I«7 y_e*a BUILD or BUY jtjft A HOME We Can Help You! If you havw 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 the Landlord's hou.se, 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 loan you the balance to build or buy with. If You Want to Save „„A Few Dollars a Month.... Where they will earn ruoro than a Savings Bank can safely afford to allow—buy some stock in The Minot Building & Loan Association. can,in vest as much as you like, from eOc to $12.50 a month, in every series of stock that i.s opened. Our Association is not a foreign corporation. It is a Minot institution, composed of savers and borrowers. It gathers together the savings of the people, which, if scattered in small sums, could not be invested to advantage, and loans the mo...

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. — 26 April 1905

W 'M W.' Land Office a Some weeks ago, the editor of the INDKPEXKKNT prompted by a certain amount of curiosity, went to Sherwood for the pur­ pose of looking over what was purported to be one of the fast­ est built towns in the United States. We found the report to be true in every particular and no tale of the famous Arabian Knights could beat the story of Sherwood if truthfully told. Sherwood is a winner. The little city is located at the ex­ treme end of the Great Northern branch extending from Granville northwest, and is within two miles and a half of the Canadian line. In fact, one can easily see the lands of King Edward's do­ main trom Sherwood. The Great Northern branch is to be extend­ ed beyond Sherwood this year, so Dame Rumor has it, but wili in all probabilities, not go into Canada. It must, in that ca.se, go west and may in time strike the Soo. The branch passes through one of the best farming regions in the entire state. The land is yet in a state of develop ment and i...

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. — 26 April 1905

Minor Topics Good, clean barrels for sale, all you want at Auslander's bakery. tf Mr. Turner bought a lot from Alfred »Blaisdell. A. M. hriatianson was a sojourner from Tower on Mon­ day. Win. Moloney of Granville visited relatives here Sunday and Monday. H. U. Kallak will occupy the Fred McGulpin block when it is completed. The council met Tuesday night snd passed the railroad ordi­ nance at its second reading. 'Miss Flora Moore returned from iS'ew Foundland where she spent the winter at her old home. The Salvation Army visited the county jail Easter, aud dispens­ ed sweet music for the prisoners. It is reported that Nick Ilen fl rickson sold 10 acres of land in lie suburbs of the city for $250 an acre. There are only three cities in state that have a day electrical current, Fargo, Grand Forks and Minot. The Minot Creamery is having no trouble in disposing of all of irs butter right in Minot at 35 cents a pound. The business college expects t'.rty new students to start in the term ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 26 April 1905

I 1 ICB ^KHBM TIMB FOR RBDBMPTION -.v" WILL BXPIRB. O. B. F'HHRR. &¥bii aroherebv notified that the fai­ ring described lands and premises, •wit: Lot number five (5), Block num Kr fourteen (14) -Brooklyn addition to fce City of Minot were heretofore and the seventh day of December A. D., 97, duly sold for taxes for the sum of Ixty cents. That the time when the ademption period will expire for said jtods is the seventh day of December D., MOO, and that the amount re Juiredlo redeem said lauds, exclusive the costs to accrue upon this notice, the sum of two dollars and twenty­ mo cents. All of said lands being situ­ ate in the County of Ward, State of 'North Dakota. If you fail to redeem the same within Ivinety days from the date of this notice, a tax/deed for the aforesaid land will be issfad and delivered to the holder of the tax'CAtificato. /Datetl at Minoc, North Dakota, this r'iOth daof March A. D., 1906. Seal Louis A. LARSON, 4-12-42-6 Aditor of Ward County, N. D. NOTICE WHEN...

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. — 26 April 1905

'.! psp^r N £v #iir- PAID 29 CENTS FOR BUTTER FAT. The first week of therunningof the Minot creamery was a success' from a financial standpoint, for the new managers are now certain' that they will make a success of the work. The first week the reamery was able to pay 27 cents a pound for butter fat and the second week the patrons re ceived 29 cents. The butter market in New York is the best it has been for fourteen years and this is having a healthy effect on the westera market, The Minot creamery aims to pay within a eent'or two of the east­ ern market. The tmtter -which, was churned wa« of an excellent quality and was consumed right in Minot. A good many of the smaller -eameries over this part of the %te will not be run thin season. 9 creameries at Devils Lake, *vey, Berwick and several places will not open and j^of the cream which former- Xht there will le shipped to sonfunery. ManagerThornp of Bit- last week in the vicinity Wurn*,t. White Earth, Glen-! •/ities" and & A tSj ...

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. — 3 May 1905

V' iv S 1 *, v" ^rs\ V, fn fV| UJ 4 W $*)., 13300 ML 'l V- 5 flHHHMB HK M| jEMfli&vnON x' ^n"*"^B'N'iMI ••••riH'""' Wat oh lupcctar for OT. NORTHERN RAILWAY. Harry Morris shot and danger­ ously wounded Willard Brown in Bob Thompson's blind pig at •Stanley about 4 o'clock Thurs­ day afternoon. The men were the best of friends and it is dec­ lared by many that the shooting was purely accidental. The men had been making a display of their guns, in fun, lor sometime. Brown walked into to pig where Morris was keeping bar and stated that ha had' aright to walk behind the bar and himself. Morris pulled out a big gun and 'M %$, RINGS! BNOAOBMBNT RINQ8. WEDDINQ RIJNQ®* The Mwsst in stooe-flet rings. Artistic designs tkat fapjpeal to the most critical buyer.^^: ^'.^ .3-:..j It will be a pleaaure to show them to you. -TTT *fVK I Remember One rote on the piano with each 25c ca«h pur­ chase or repair work. W. H. REIOHART, The iVlInot Jeweler. WILLARD BROWN SHOT AT STANLEY Harry Morris Accide...

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. — 3 May 1905

oaN Tbis Is MMtfelag lev iri viry pepilar. GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT AUSLANDER'S Bakery foods of all kinds, fresh every fay- Meals served in connection. You are invited to step ia and try onr service. AUSLANDER'S BAKERY, MINOT, N.D. THE GRAND HOTEL. PETER IUDVEOSBN. Prop* MIINOT, N.DAK. RATES: $1.00 and $1.25 per day. tmsa WHY DOESN'T YOUR *+£?££*2! CLOTHES SET WELL? VinV \z~ ways get clothes made in the latest fashion at this tailoring establishment. We know how to cut them, and take great pains in all the little details, such as using the best of thread, linings and a hundred other little things all of which go to make up a first-class suit of clothes. Then we have the best assortment of goods from which to select. The Minot Tailoring Co., Or. M. H. Scholberg is now permanently lo­ cated in* Minot with offices over the Post office. Fhone 56. Have you tried our POPPED RICE? E E & A N S O N Minot, IN. D* Plow Work While You Wait With a gae engine and emery wheel, I turn oat plow wor...

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. — 3 May 1905

Judgc.Goss .11 11 /"S tutions* i-( ri!.i ervisoi brought aci™-, Dosteft before ill week to' tAW^ hU-, the dam. Jud& Qqfes hosnp pointeSj a coqint^it^ ,t6. meet tile supervisors at the dam County Superintendent War­ ren ha« been at Flaxton and other points in the northern part of the county visiting- the schools. Two hundred schools are now running in the county, _repre­ senting (5000 school children. Mr. Warren believes there are TOGO school children in the county. Ward county received its quar­ terly state and county appor­ tionment recently, which a niounted to §20.000. The teachers' institute will open in Minot .luue 5th and will continue one week. Some of the best primary and general in­ structors in the state will be present. W. J. Alexander, of he Valley City Normal, will be WILL MEET BY A DAM, SITE. INSTITUTE TO BE HELD HERE JUNE 5th. Supt. Warren Says 300 More School Houses Are Needed In The County—Other Items Of Importance Of Our Educational Insti= Glenburn Woman Burned...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 3 May 1905

Minor Topics L. H. Mallory, architect. Minot ».D. tf. •lean Mo ivy of Velva is being treated at the county hospital. Tor lime, cement, wall plaster, brick, glass. etc., see VanTuyl & Teutsch. tt' II. (r. Semler of Surrey has gone to Spring* 15roolv where he lias a fine claim. Mi's. E. Ketchner of Curlew, Iowa, is the guest of her daugh­ ter Mrs. Frtbrick. House and lot for sale. A snap. Ward County Land Company. Nash Block, Minot, I). WANTED—Position as dining room girl, or day work. Call at 402 13elyea Avenue, north. Auditor Fabrick purchased a lot in Charlobois addition and ill soon build a $1900 residence. O. M. Champlin has a man hired to run his Surrey farms and will put in -_U0 acres this year. Wm. Young, the baggage man, reports that at Havre, "Mont., Wednesday, a terrific snow storm raged. Mrs. M. I I. Williams of Wash iugton, D. (has accepted a posi­ tion with the Astoria barber shop. Wanted, a position as stenog­ rapher and typewriter. Write Miss .Minnie Temple, Hastin...

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. — 3 May 1905

Ail 1 II Ivt ti & '•'A ti a a (a Hi si *i 0 01 Remember Konly advertise what I have and can do. NOTICE WHEN TIME FOR RE DEMOTION WILL EXPIRE. To A. H. WILCOX: If you fail to redeem the same within ninety days from the date of this notice, .a tax deed for the aforesaid land will be issued and -delivered to the holder of the tax certificate. Dated at Minot, North Dakota, this 20th day of March A. D., 1905. Seal. LOUIB A. LARSON, 4-19-5-3 Auditor of Ward County, N. D. NOTICE WHEN TIME FOR REDEMP­ TION WILL EXPIRE. To A. H. Wiccox. You are hereby notified that the fol­ lowing described lands and premises, to witiljats number five (5), six (ti), seven (7) aad eight (8), block number forty eight (43), Brooklyn addition to the city of Minot were heretofore and on the seventh day of December A. D., 1897, duly sold for taxes for the isuni of two dollars and «eveaty-six cents. That the time when the redemption period will or pi re for said lands is the seventh day of December A. D„ 1908, ...

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. — 3 May 1905

r? $ SW- 1K~ 1 W A I 4 I I S&*. If5 •u SYW&.-V &J lr a:- r*^ ft-, rt&p K. &>t £*s TIE Win GMNTY IKKPffllOT: PuMtalwd Bnry Wednesday. INDEPENDENT HOW THE CEMENT BLOCKS AREMADE. An INDEPENDENT representa­ tive was PII own through the wood working shops and cement block factory of rhe firm of Van Tuyl «fc' Teutsch one day this week. Everything was on the hum, each man busily engaged in his cer­ tain task. The combination machine is a wonder. With it a workman can rip lumber, cross cut it, and jrroove or plow it. The machine it one of tlve latest. A band saw will soon be installed. A mould­ ing maciiie has been ordered, as well as a sticker. The cement block factory is a busy place. The sand and ce ment is mixed by a power mixer and thrown out ready for the shoveler* to throwintothe mould. What a wonderful process. The moulding machine is the product of a genius. Dozens of parts with this machine and themou! machine is so arranged that it can be changed to make t&...

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. — 3 May 1905

iNEGRO !^l If ft I A big burlj negro, black as •the Ace of Spades, attempted to y,. ^et into Pro!. Wolfe's residence «V Friday morning" nbout 11 clock. No one was at home at the time excepting Mrs. Wolfe ^1^4 she. had the presence of mind to lock the doors just as the big fellow walked into the yard, fle was an ugly looking creature and tried for sometime to get in. Had Mrs. Wolfe gone to the telephone, she could have secured assistance at once, and perhaps the burly fellow could nave been captured. He to de­ scribed us being a dirty mean Hooking negro, with a very flat, 8TEICTLY GENUINE. Most of the patent Medicine testi moniala are probably genuine. The fol­ lowing notice recently appeared in the .Atchison, (Kan.) Globe: "Joe Tack, a troll-known engineer, running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa, lately appeared in a big one, with a picture, and when bo was in this office to-day, we asked him about it. His druggist recommended Kodol and he,Ays it cured him. He-rec...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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