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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 3 May 1905

-i I S 1 1 .*• 3 II H. A .HURD. phone no. !ftT BUILPEA If You Waint to BUILD It Brings the Borrower and the Investor Together. OP W« Can Help You II rou have partly enough money we will loan you the bal* mm. Tha Flrat Sarins of Stock of tha Minet Building A Land Association Now Open for Subscription. Come In and,Tollc With J. H. STENERSEN, Secretary, But we believe our prices and the quality of goods we put out cannot help but satisfy you. SEASONABLE GOOIS: We are closing out our broken lines of wiuUr ^oodts at prices remarkably low. Our departments are all well-stocked. Remember that we pay the highest prices for butter and eggs. Yours for good, honest dealing) CLEVEN & HANSON, MINOT, N. D. We solicit all classes of work in our line. Plans and Specifications fur clashes ol nished for all of-'buHdings. HURD & MALLORY, Contractors, Builders and Desisaiejrs of Brick, Cement and hV.nne Buildings. W e'are'pn-paratl tofik^al IJcl asseis of jobworbjatour shop. 51- Shop Phone 175. ...

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. — 3 May 1905

III ACT OF TRUE BEMEVOLEiCE. All Honor to the Citixens of Sur­ rey Neighborhood. («. li. Hardy, & respected citi­ zen of Surrey, was so unfortu­ nate as to lose his ej'e sight, be ing\olBiost blind. Mr. Hardy luurwfamily and has a home stead 4% miles southeast from On Saturday last the people of that neighbor ed b.y W. M. Brey and C. Dresher, as captains of indus­ try and originators, congregated 011 Mi*. Hardy's farm in the early morning. 84 four horse teams, 140 horses in work harness, 25 plows, 10 teams with harrows, float And seeders, broke and put to flax 50 acres, 35 acres being native sod. The monetary do­ nation consisted of 15 bushels of I lax and $20 cash. The value of stock, horses, harnesses, imple­ ments, wagons and buggies was agreeably estimated at $2-{,000. The ladies made the afternoon joyful by their presence, serv­ ing hot coffee. The toilers were in the best of humor and gave I,heir best service and (5. Har­ dy with a heart full of apprecia­ tion still consid...

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. — 3 May 1905

cm J.STRIGG B0CCT0KD.1A. The. bog which will uot eat is a prct tf Ikft hof—been flick for 'atrack, profr •Wr- Fur the Horror garden tliere is OM 110 en etc# the upper f«ur Inches of aay ttubend bottom land. hundred cod fwrty ekunks and el vet cat* were trapped the past winter •a one Itvt tarn. gwect scented ytace that. Tbe problem of good roads does not bother those countries which do not have over tweuty Inches of rainfall. Good toads are ooe of the compensa­ tions for drought. It to worth noting that during the month of February last only 13.000 bushels of wheat left Atlantic ports for Europe, while 1,187,054 bushels went from ports on the gulf of Mexico. The tsetse fly, a fly no bigger than a common house tly, is the great •course of South Africa, ami has done more to retard the white man's con­ quest of that country than nny other one thing. It is death to stock. Nothing is bettor for filling the silo than common field corn. While special types of fodder corn, clover, alfalfa, c...

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. — 3 May 1905

pr aL +*. r- e. pe-, jSr er r: le- I ncfl WW— TUMI .PCp MWjmWPW MSA. KA*BDWOM». ou in thit (k ing described toads and premises, irit: Lot nine (OWfilock number twen PoOr (24) Brooklyn addition to the of Minot mn heKtoion and oe seventh dajr December A. D., 1W, ly add for taxes for the sum of sixty lecents.. That the time whan the re option period wilt expire for said lands he seventh day of December, A. D., 0, and thai Uxeamount required to re paid landa. exclusive of the costs iccrue opo* this notice, id the sua of •ad thirty-two cents. All tins situate in the County bfNorth Dakota. redeem the same within the date of this notice, the aforesaid land wiil be dolirered to the holder of the rtificato. Dated at Minot, North this 20th day of March A. D* Locu A. LARSON, Auditor of Ward County, S, D. OTICE WHEN TIME FOB REDEMP­ TION WILL KXCTRE. c* JACOB II. WARMKB. You are hereby notified that the fol wing desoribed lands and preaikeg, Co it: Lot number nine (9) block number [ty-three (33...

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. — 3 May 1905

iigfe {4' mm/f r?r. :T r-' ----v I rv may Martin Jacobson's One of the finest little cities on the Soo west of Minot inav be the place, he having the town- C. K. Christensen conducts a fine general store on the oppo­ site corner from the bank. Mr. -Christensen hae done a fine busi­ ness here for several years and is at the front in the mercantile field. Mr. Bisgard Cappel has a splendid business established in farm implements, wagons and carriages. He is one of the pro gresbive youn^ business men of the town and is a pleasant man to meet. A.I) extensiv harness, He sends his goods to Kenmare, Donnybrook and other surrounding places. He recently filled several orders away 'back in Minnesota. He usttfthe very best grade of oak tanned leather in his factory. iV Jf' Garden Tools. This is the season of,the year when garden tools are most used. I have made it my special busi­ ness this year to get everything any gardener ever uses.. Hoes, Rakes, Spades, Shovels, etc All with inv guarantee....

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. — 10 May 1905

JV. 7 ".• v* mmmmmrn if fe el t- .T t-'-rs? A) •V if 1 ~V .I! 4 N 1 «& '•&>. •iv.<p></p>&N 3M-.1 V*^ I tV CRCyN /-1 33uo Umm: •«HS It will be a pleasure to show them to you. Witoh Inspector for OT. NORTHERN RAILWAY. D. A. Dinnie is building the new county hospital. The con­ tract was first let to Mr. Dinnie whose bid was $(500 higher than that of F. A. McGulpin, whose bid arrived at the court house too late for the commissioners to act upon it. Mr. Dinnie for that reason landed the job in the first place and started work on it, when he was stopped by an injunction. The matter was taken before Judge Goss, who decided that the bid of McGulpin should stand and he was accord­ ingly awarded the contract. viH M-St- MiWr.'-i: t' 41 -Av I N S IF W. H. REIOHART, The Alinot Jeweler. D. A. DINN1E IS BUILDING COUNTY HOSPITAL Get a KODAK This Spring. 1 V^ 1 1 :Ll:^. ».., jP*.-'^'i»iu .-M^-wr'M^-.' .-rj|ti^^.'-' :.r -:i^ *i,:Af' •r**-'1/• ij^i&'V.- 'f'••*. —TT ENQAQ...

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. — 10 May 1905

Licensed emlvaliiiintr. Heuise in connection. Kodol We »ako a special- tT of farm loans. Do you need a loan on your farm Come in and talk it over with us, if you do. We can satisfy vou as to terms. The oldest and largest baakinc insti tutiou in Ward Coun­ ty. THE CUSTOM FURNITURE tffwwTqMu# etpcK CARRIAGESiFOR THE BABY! *Laaaaaaa We hare 20 different styles fro* which to select, and we know we can snit TOO. The prices range from $3.50 to $20.00 We just received the largest and best skip meat of carriages in the history of this establishment. They are of the famous Wayward make, and you can't find a better grade. The lot consists of folding- and go-carts. McJANNETT, The Furniture Mai. MINOT, N.D. Ask for the 1905 KodolJAImanac and] 200 Year Calendar McCOV & CO., MINOT, N. D. Why Our Deposits ArelSo Large. pKRHAPS there are some who will wonder why the deposits in this bank are so large. That is easy to explain. This institution is conducted on a good. conseryatire banking basis, ...

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. — 10 May 1905

Land Office Business. A. J. Anderson of Mohall has received a patent ou a rotary i')ftam engine which he is confi­ dent will revolutionize the old method of piston engines. He has been eighteen years working out the principle. -Why not send that cream to the Minot creamery instead of bothering with making butter in the hot summer time. The freight to the Minot creamery within a distance of fifty miles of Minot is but lt cents for a five gallon can of cream, 17 cents for eight gallons or 21, cents for ten gallons. The creamery is •run on honest principles, and once you become a patron, you will not want to get away from it. The Tale of a Silver Dollar. Ten years ago a farmer put hie initials on a silver dollar and went to town and spent iVwith a merchant. Before the year was out he got the dollar back for poultry and spent it again. Four times in six years that •dollar come home to him for products and three other tinjes lie heard of it in the pockets of his neighbors. The last time ...

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. — 10 May 1905

111011 UUVa UMIM. NlfMlLO I kLII A reporter of this paper met (Jov. J. M. Devine regarding his trip to Breckenridge where he delivered an address at the dedi­ cation of the new hospital at that place, and suggested that a synopsis of his address would be good reading. But the governor flatly declined to discuss the speech, saying it could be of lit­ tle help to the readers of this paper,* at this point. He stated that the occasion was a splendid success, many noted visitors being- present from Minnesota and North Dakota, the citizens of both Breckenridge and Wahpeton vieing with each other to make the occasion a most successful oue. All day long the magnificent building was thronged by people from the immediate vicinity who were taken in hand by a committee of ladies whose business it was to show them through the building, "A ceremony of dedication lead by bishops from Minnesota and North Dakota together with quite a number of priests, was certainly a splendid spectacle aud imposing...

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. — 10 May 1905

HOT W1ATB6B P1LBB. PBCSOOS afflicted with Piles should be careful at this aoasoa of the year. Hot weather and bad drinkiag viter cat* tribute to the conditions which make Pitas more painful and dangerous. Do WA&'a Witch Hazel Salvetrfop the pain, tuyvH out the soreness and oorea. Get the genuine, bearing the name ot B. O. Dewitt & Co. Sold br Hc-Cojr A Co. Chnttel mortgage blanks and Wank uates for sate at this office. Merit Wins. P. H. Baukol is getting the large trade which he so Dr. M. It. Scholberg is now permanently lo­ cated In Minot with offices over the Post office. Phone 56, The Mouse River Store has been opened at Qoestad with a large, fresh line of diy goods, groceries, flour and school sup plies. You can get what you want at this store, and the prices are right. tf INGH'ALD QUESTAD, The SINGER Confectionery Store. YOB are ahraye welcome at this plaaa. Everything new and up-to-date. p. p. tuna. well de­ serves. Mr. Baukol does not bore people to death teasing them...

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. — 10 May 1905

"WIW*" THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F, TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Kntevcd June 18. 1902, as Second-Class Mutter. Postofflce, Minot, N. D. I Act of Congress of Muvch 3. 1870 MINOT, N. 1)., WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT, Editor Peck is advertising a Norwich merchant's closing out sale and Granville business men will probably ask liiin to explain." E. ,J. Ilog-an representing- a Philadelphia firm, bought one million pounds of wool between Williston and Malta, Mont., last representing an outlay of $225,000. We understand that the Minot Optic placed an order for an­ other linotype machine, but will trade in the one which they have at present." The present machine is more expensive sary. Although three camps had been located on the south route of the new Soo road into Kenmare, and grading had been started the contractors were notified to cease work and begin on the north route. Several large cuts are thus saved. The St Paul Globe has b...

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. — 10 May 1905

Remember I only advertise what I have and can do. The Granville Herald claims to have the straight of it, re­ garding the raping of the Bal­ four young lady by Frank Allen, a former Minot barber. It now develops that Allen did not com­ mit an assault upon the girl, but made indecent proposals to her, and made an attempt to as­ sault her. She jumped from the buggy and took refuge in a near­ by farm house. Allen went to Balfour and left hurriedly. New Papers for the State. A new paper will soon be in­ stalled at Ilarvey. Mr. Cook, the hotel man and financier, will put in a $3,000 outfit, so rumor has it, to oppose Editor Price .and his friends. There is quite a bitter political feeling between the Harveyites, and money will talk from now on. Two good papers can hardly exist in Har­ vey. A foOO printing outfit has been purchased at Ross by J. E. Smith and will be conducted by Frank Ross, formerly with the INDEPENDENT. Mr. Ross is now managing the Stanley Sun and is doing very nicely wi...

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. — 10 May 1905

p.' I uuii lib vim. mittvi.0 bank. ILLH GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT AUSLANDER'S Bakery goods of all Bids, freb amy lay. Meals served iD connection. You arc invited to step i« and try our service. AUSLANDER'S BAKERY, NINOT, N. D. I THE GRAND HOTEL. pkterildvei MINOT, RATES: $1.00 and $1.25 per day. WHY DOESN'T Yj CLOTHES SET Wlj ways jjet clothes made in the la! establishment. We know how pain8 in all the little details, suet linings and a hundred other litti make up a first-class suit of clotll Tfaeu wo haTe the best assortment] The Minot Tailoring 0 Have you F. N. Haynes, 'r Dr. M. H. Scholberg Dr.J|M.JJjH. Scholberg is now permanently lo- is now ^'permanently lo­ cated in Minot withjeated Jiir&Minot'* with ffices over the Post-f of fices over the Post office. Phone|56. office. Phone 56. tried our POPPED RICE? This is sinetbiog new and very popular. We also handle |P0P CORNJ PEANUTS, CIGARS, ttTOBAGCOS, HOME-MADE|GANDIESu.te E E & A N S O N Minot, IN. [. Plow Work While You Wait!...

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. — 10 May 1905

t! Li,, i\.t the Uist meeting of the Nort^vestern District Medical Society of North Dakota, held in Minot, April 4th, it was decided that one of the objects of the So­ ciety should be a mutual protec­ tion of its members, as well as tliBit* mutual advancement pro­ fessionally. A committee was appoint to devise means of dealing with those parties who failea to make reasonable efforts to meet their pecuniary obligations to their physician. The committee is to make a report at the next meet­ ing. A working man who is believed to be a total stranger, was ground to pieces in the mmmmmm• When o'er you fee) impending ill, And need majzic'little' pill, No other ooe will till tbe bill Like IieWitt'a Little Early Risers. The Famous Little Fills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation, Sick Head­ ache, Bilioueii«aB,etc. They never gripe or sicken, but iepart early rking ener­ gy. Good foK children or'adults. Sold by McCoy Jt Op. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. The next teachers' examina­ tion will be held on th...

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. — 10 May 1905

W 'Ml System. of ^SPRINGS WILL NOT FURNISH WATER, Prof. Flather, who is at the head of the University of Minne­ sota arrived in Minot Sunday afternoon, and spent Monday driving over the city in company with our council men getting facts and figures relative to the pro­ posed waterworks and sewerage systems for the city. He exa lnified a number of wells and icrok samples of water back with 1m to be tested. He drove to ie springs near the stockyards nil declares that they are not trong enough for the city's use. bout the only plan for the city to use the water from Mouse _.,ver, filtering it, or to dig wells near the river. Two wells might It's Up To The City To Filter The River Water Or Dig Wells, Says Prof. Flather. —A Hard Matter To Put In Sewerage COMMISSIONER PROCEEDINGS Offical Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners of Ward County. The board county commissioners met in the office of the county auditor un the first day of May. 1905. Commissioner Black in the chair. The ...

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. — 10 May 1905

II.. I. .J- -A .J'- TF\F T* *S* ,' OF B. B. TASKER, QNIMKAAS^. STRICTLY GENUINE Mast of the patent medicine testi­ monials are probably genuine. The fol­ lowing notiee recently appeared in the Atchison, (Kan.) Globe: "Joe TION of Seal Loois A. LARSON, -"-8-5-17*' Auditor Ward county, N. D. NOTICE WULKN TIME FOR REDEMP­ TION WILL EXPIRE. To HAAIKSC W. LIPPENCOTT. V'ou are hereby notified that the fol iwing desertbed lands and premises, to-wit: Lot one, 1, block forty-four, 44, "Brooklyn addition to the city of Minot •were heretofore and on the seventh day December A. D., 1897, duly sold for taxes for the sum of forty-six cents, ihpt the time when the redemption PERIOD will expire for said lands is the --venth DAY of December A. D., 1900, sad that the amount required to redeem .~JUD lands, exclusive of the costs to ac­ crue upea this notice, is the sum of one •dollar sad thirty-five cents. All of said vnda being situate in the county of V/ard, State of North Dakota. If yea tail TO red...

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. — 10 May 1905

As one glides up the S-ietor Avill O N N O O SOD from Minot toward King. Ed's Domin­ ion, one of the very finest towns he will behold is styled by the very euphonious name of Donny brook. Its location is pleasant and the surroundings lend to the plate an air of quiet repose. Beautiful hills rise to the east and west, while the lovely valley rounding leave the will find farms dotted with comfortable dwellings occupied by happy people. Jordan & Nelson conduct a well-regulated pool and billiard room. There is a fine bowling alley in connection with the other rooms. Mr. Jordan is an extensive dealer in coal, wood and all kinds of fuel and is pro- of an excellent drav line. also conducts quite an ex­ tensive business in farming. A palatial drug store is owned and operated by White & Rose. The firm occupies a room 80x25 feet which is filled full of the fin­ est lines of drugs, paints, oils, wall paper and stationery. These hustling business men are old Indiana boys and secured the...

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. — 17 May 1905

JtCULATION ft wo! Welch Iaspcctor lor OT. NORTHERN RAILWAY. TICKET TO MINNE­ APOLIS WAS LOST A hard working man stopped in the office of the Great North­ ern depot and throwing down a $20 bill Sunday evening, called for a ticket to Minneapolis. He was given the right change back, and the agent threw down the ticket, but the man forgot to} pick it-up. Some other fellow evidently saved him the trouble however, for wjien he went to board the train ne could Hotitnd the ticket and remained in Mi not. The number of the ticket was. -2261 and the conductor was notified at Rugby to be on the lookout for it. He sent word back that he had not re­ ceived the ticket. The only place what* N I S It is a "backward" Spring, and our spelling recognizes the fact. But the Spring IS coming and discreet buyers are already picking out the pretty Spring-ish things in HAT PINS, SHIRTWAIST SETS, NECK CHAINS and BROOCHES, which we have provided tor the sure-coming of the season, when these dainty bits will be...

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. — 17 May 1905

Licensed embalming. Meuise in connection. Kodol We make a special­ ty of farm loans. Do you need a loan on your farm Come in and talk it over with us. it' you do. We can satisfy von as to terms. The oldest and largest banking, insti­ tution in Wjird Coun­ ty. If jen vant scientific horse shoeing do*, eaU at Maokanidi /m (font's aem shap *tpa3fea SonflMd's livery feara. He «w 4ft no first dm* work. tf. CARRIAGES FOR THE BABY! We have 20 different styles from which to select, and we know we can suit you. The prices range from $3.50 to $20.00 We just received the largest and best shipment of carriages in the history of this establishment. They are of the famous Hay ward make, and you can't find a better grade. The lot consists of folding and gO-carts. McJANNETT, The Furniture Man. 1HIN0T,N.D. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 20$ Year Calendar. McCOV & CO., MI NOT, IN. D. Why Our Deposits Are So •ifR'i JOSEPH-ROACH, President P.P.LEE, Vice "President. /R» E. BARRON, Cashier. We wa...

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. — 17 May 1905

1 THE ^"tf^ 'n"tV v, Land Office Business. A Bank With Unlimited Capital. (Continued from Tenth Page.) e. He owns large property in­ terests in Minot. He is a particu "arly shrewd business man and deals fairly and squarely with m&nkind. Mr. Frank is an al­ derman in the city of Minot. Dr. E. A. Crokat, one of the directors of the bank, has taken great interest in the organiza­ tion of the institution. The doc­ tor is actively engaged in the practice of medicine and is one of jbhe most competent and con­ scientious surgeons of the entire state. In 1884 Dr. Crokat es­ tablished a practice here which continued to grow until he was hardly able to cope with the great amount of work. For four years he was the only physician in Minot and there were but few in the entire county. The doc­ tor is eminently fitted for his profession. He is a graduate of the Canadian Medical school and spent one year abroad, taking the Edinburgh Degree coming to Minot, he pra medicine in Winnipeg. The doc j...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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