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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 17 May 1905

Night, John Freeman, a section man, was robbed of a $40 U. I'. Flyer '21 jewel gold watch and live dol­ lars and hall'in silver at i. X. section house Tuesday night. John Mattson, who is suspected of taking'the valuables, is miss­ ing. Two strangers slept together at the (ilobe Restaurant last night. ne got up early this morning and took with liitn his partner's £1:2 silver watch. The matter has been reported to the police. Two mid-night marauders en­ tered the residence of Mrs. Beth Stephenson last night through the door which was left unlocked for the first time in two years. It was known that Mrs.Stephen- STOLE M. J. BARRET S REMINGTON TYPEWRITER. Max Fried laud, representing the Remington Typewriter Co., was arrested Monday, charged with the tlieft- of a typewriter from M. .). Barret's office. At lus hearing last night he was given his liberty after lie had produced the machine. Barret several months ago purchased a machine of the Remington agent, Mr. Fried land, agreeing to pay...

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. — 17 May 1905

"f HOT WEATHER PILES. Persons afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year. Hot weather and bad drinking water con lAfcute to the conditions which make 4W.bs more painful and dangerous. De- Witt's Witch Hazel Salve stop the pain, draws out the soroness and cure9. Get the genuine, bearing the name of E. C. DeWitt Co. Sold by McCoy &. Co. Chattel mortgage blanks and blank notes for sale at this office. Merit Wins. P. H. Baukol is getting the large trade which he so well de­ ceives. Mr. Baukol does not bore people to death teasing them to buy. He has a place of business and a telephone and is there to receive orders and fills thtffc as promptly as circum­ stances will permit. His prices are right. He aims to cnarge enougn so that he can afford to deliver 2,000 pounds to the ton and still make a living profit on the goods. People are com­ mencing to realize this and his business is steadily increasing, ti Dr. M. H. Scholberg is now permanently lo­ cated In Mlnot...

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. — 17 May 1905

C". F. We know whereof we speak. Lvdkpkxdent iitl State's Attorney McGee is ar­ ranging for a vigorous campaign against the blind pigs of the county and if his plans Material­ ize, in a month not a sightless porker in this broad Imperial Ward will be existence. In anti­ cipation of the state ci affairs, ite has ordered and received 500 blanks to be used in serving in jinejioti.s on the breakers oF the prohibitory law of the state. These injunctions may be served on information and belief, a«d then if the breakers of the law do n»t cease in their nefarious work, Mrs. McJannett lit. Mr*. John McJannett was taken sucftfenly ill Sunday morn­ ing with appendicitus and was humetfljrtaktn to the hospital. may be necessary. THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT 'Published Every Wednesday. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. C0LC0R0, Kntered June 18. 190'.'. as. Seoond-Cluss Matter, l'ostofflce, Minot. N. D. Act of Congress of March 8. tnr9 MINOT, N. I).. W ONES DAY. MAY 17, 190.". EDITORIAL COMMENT. A in:m's real...

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. — 17 May 1905

-I St *iS *1 Remember I only advertise what I have and can do. "N DACOTAH HOTEL BLOCK, MoCLURE A CARELESS YOUTH Marshall McClure, Jr.. son of Marshall McClure, 8r. came near distinguishing himself Thursday afternoon at the office of the Ward County Reporter. One of the employees was washing the rollers to the big press with gasoline and paj)er, and had a large quantity of it saturated heavily. Marshall with his usual curiosity dropped a match into the pile to see what ifc would do, and puff!—a flash went up to the •ceiling in a second. Marshall might now be with the angels, but he stood just out of reach of the flames. A supply of water was handy and the fire was soon put out, but not before it had burned two of the rollers to a jelly. A Six Chair Shop. Glider tickler are so rushed at.their barber shop, that they have ordered the sixth chair which will soon be installed. The proprietors have the room and the trade, and will be better able to accommodate their customer?. We believe w...

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. — 17 May 1905

Dr. M. H. Scholberg is now permanently lo­ cated in Minot with offices over the Post office. Phone$56. Have you tried our POPPED RICE? This is something new and very popular. GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT AUSLANPER'S Bakery goods of all kinds, fresh every day. Meals served in connection. You are invited to step in and try our service. AUSLANDER'S BAKERY, MINOT, N. D. THE GRAND HOTEL. PETER IL.DVEDSEN, Prop.. MIINOT, IN. DAK. RATES: $ J.00 and $1.25 per day. WHY DOESN'T YOUR CLOTHES SET WELL? Newly renovated and furnished. We cordially invite your patronage and will do everything possible for vour comfort. ways set 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., E E & A N S O N...

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. — 17 May 1905

f„ "r .(X Phone Ml 0 --r ATTENTION, FARMERS! Kentucky man made f700 jfpfiTn ong acre of red pepper last season. America furnishes England with its best apples, better in quality and higher in price than those from Canada. The present sheet of moisture lias spread all over North Dako­ ta, and it is hoped that for a time no complaints will be heard as to fearing drought. Weeds are easiest killed before Hhey are born—at least before tthey see daylight. This fact em phasizes the value of the harrow as a weed destroyer and its con­ tinued use to as great an extent as possible. The seventy-five dollar cow is «every way a more profitable in­ vestment than a thirty dollar one, for the first will return a large profit over .and above the cost of her keep, while the last only works board and is quite often shy on that. It is going to take some time for farmer and the automobile to get on friendly terms. He has finally adjusted himself to the bike and will in time to the de vil wagon. The exis...

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. — 17 May 1905

When the doors of the Union National Bank were swung open to the public one week ago, they markea an epoch in ublic one week ago. they the history of banking* not only for Minot and Ward county, but for the entire Northwest." Three solid banks for Minot, the coming metropolis of the state. And the third bank to begin business here started in, in a manner entirely fitting the growing, bustling city. We are proud of the Union National Bank and the men behind the in­ ternal workings of the institu­ tion. It makes rather interesting reading to know how the Union National Bank happened to start in this city. Mr. G. J. Al brecht, who is now the Second Vice President of the institution, aWW F. H. WELLCOME, President Union National Bank. ALDERMAN FRANK JULIUS FAUCHALD came here representing Eastern capitalists who were desirous of investing- money in the west. He considered the proposition of or­ ganizing in the state of Wash­ ington and went so far aw to vis­ it that state, however after h...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 17 May 1905

~l"V''•®•'W STRICTLY GENUINE.- Most of the patent medicine testis nonials are probably ^genuine. The-fol lowing notice recently appeared in' the Atchison, (Kan.) Globe:"Joe Tack, a well-known engineer, running dh the Missouri Pacific between .Wichita and V*} to-day, we asked him about it. His druggist recommended- Kodol and he says it cured him. He recommended it to others, who were also cured." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you cat and cures all stomach troubles. Sold by McCoy & Co. v- XOTICN WHEN TIME FOU REDEMP­ TION WILL EX Pill E. To THOS. W. BUKSLKM. You are hereby notified that the fol­ lowing described lands and premises, to-wit: Lot twenty, 20, block forty-five, 45, Brooklyn addition to the city of Mi­ not were heretofore and on the seventh day of December A. I)., 1897, duly sold for taxes for tho sum of forty-six cents. That the time when the redemption period will expire for said lands is the seventh day Dated at Minot, North Dakpta, this "20th day of March A. D.,...

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. — 17 May 1905

5f -K si •. ii, r'. I- 4vr.^ j'' *. mm vr***• v"** IF YOU WANT TO The Mioot Transfer Co. is do­ ing things in city style. J, L. Smith, the gentlemanly owner of the hack and bus line, recently received a new bus and a new hack, the complete outlitg being worth $1,000. They are the finest ever seen in the Northwest. He proposes to give splendid rates on bus loads to parties and dances. E. G. Hale, an experi­ enced bus man from Minneapolis, has charge of the bus. Mr.iSmith ha^'been.'in this business for three years and about a month ag6 bought out his partners. PRICES Always Consistently Fair. is ^1/3^ -1 ~A 7 Is That Buy a {farm [or a team of horses, I can accommo­ date you. I have land that is locat­ ed in the best locality in the state and you get terms that are right. OLD HICKORY WAGONS. --There are many makes^of (wagons which will answer the ordinary purposes, but when it comes down" to MINOT, SOME SWELL NEW RICS ra are none in it with the Old Hickory Wag ons.^When in town, call a...

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. — 24 May 1905

CIRCULATION 13,100 N I- I at S Watch Inspector for QT. NORTHERN RAILWAY. H. M. RUDD, Tho brilliant young band leader, at the head of the Minot band. 8k v+eland iff, iiiii'Maniii/iiirmff^r'rT It is a "backward" Spring, and our spelling recognizes' the fact. But the Spring IS coming and discreet buyers are already picking out tho pretty §pring-ish things in HAT PINS, SHIRTWAIST SETS, NECK CHAINS and BROOCHES, which we have provided for the sure-coming of the season, when these dainty bits will be needed to heighten the effect of Spring dresses aud millinery. Don't be "backward" in coming "forward" and securing the pretty things which especially meets your taste. Remember one vote on the Piano with a 25c purchase. J* J* j* W. H. REIQHART, The Minot Jeweler. -1® "x- 1 iT /i .' -I Orders Taken for ..CUT FLOWERS.. GOVERNOR'S SON VISITS MINOT. Grant YanSant, son of former Governor YanSant of Minnesota, spent several (lays iir Minot last week, conferring1 with Jonrg'eii Olson and other land...

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. — 24 May 1905

"i a? 1 NOTICEf WHEN TIMB FOR KEDE.MPTION WILL EXPIRE. TO WlliLlAM (VX. You aro hereby notified chut tho followins: do scribed lands ami premises* to-wit: Lots three IS}' and eight [K1 Mock uuiuber twouty-throe [281 Brooklyn addition to tho City of Minot, •were heretofore Hnd o» the seventh day of December A. D., 1891, duly sold for tuxo* for the sum of itno dollar eighty-four cents. That the timo when tho redemption period will expire for said lands is tho seventh day of December A. D.. li)00. and that the amount re­ quired t' redeem said lands, exclusive of tho cMts to accrue upon this notico, is tho sum of four dollars and twenty-live cents. All of said lands being situate in the County of "Ward, State of North Dakota. If you Tail to redeem tho same within ninot.v days from tho dat» of this notice, a tax deed for the aforesaid laud will bo issued and de lirered to the holder of the tax certificate. Dated at Minot, North Dakota, this 20th day of March A. D., U\i3. Seal. Lous A. LA...

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. — 24 May 1905

t' TJj 'J*'! ), 9 S I mg u-r ,K'vv u-r ,K' 1 ... r: 0 0 11 It is now a certainty that Mi­ not's Fourth of July celebration, will be a very big affair, no doubt the biggest in her history. A me&tjng of the various commit­ tees v^as called at Edwards, Wood's office Tuesday night. In absence of Alfred Blaisdell, chair­ man, Chas Grow, presided. It was unanimously agreed that little could be done in the way of linal arrangements until the financial committee had gone to work and canvassed the city. This is being done to-day and the committees will meet again Friday night, when the various sums of money will be appor­ tioned. Last year something over $1300 was raised. This year the amount should run "up to $2000. Several plans were talked over for the various amusements. Base ball will be a feature. Capt. Hagenstein of the Great N orthern team reports having secured ex­ cellent grounds on the North side west of the cemetery and work has. been begun on the skinning of the grounds. It ...

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. — 24 May 1905

i«wnuh wm imivvi IIIWI State Superintendent of Public Instruction W. L. Stock well ar­ rived this city Thursday evening, spending but a few hours with us. He was disappointed in not seeing County Superintendent Warren, who tfad gone toCarpio the day before. Mr. Stockwell was taken in hand by Prof. Wolfe. The High School Band got out in full dress parade in in honor of the presence of the distinguished visitor, and gave him a most enjoyable, serenade in front of the JLeland. Four very pretty selections were play­ ed, which were greatly enjoyed by the state superintendent. This was the first opportunity Mr. Stockwell has had of listen­ ing to the state's most popular High School Band. After bein cheered, Mr. Stockwell was callei upon for a speech. In a few well chosen words, he stated that while he looked forward to heat­ ing the band with much pleasure, the bad had more than met with his expectations- The band has a state wide reputation. He be­ lieved that music had a powerful influ...

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. — 24 May 1905

HOT WEATHER PILES. Persons afflicted with Pilos should bo careful at this season of the year. Hot weather and bad drinking water con­ tribute to the conditions which make Piles more painful and dangerous. De Witt's Witch Ilazol Salve stop the pain, tlfcvs out the soreness and cures. Got tlW^enuine, boaring the name of E. C. IJ. Witt &, Co. Sold by McCoy & Co. Chattel mortgage blank* and blank notes for sale at this office. Merit Wins. P. II. IWnikol is gettijip the large trade which he so well le or res. Mr. I'aukol does not bore people to den.tl 1 tensing tjiein to birr. Me has a place of business and a telephone and is there to receive orders and lills thetft as promptly a,s ciroiiiu atances will permit. His prices fere right. lie aims to charge enough so that he ea.n afford to deliver 2.000 pounds to the ton and still make a living profit on the' goods. People are com­ mencing to realize 1«his and his business is steadilv mcreasinir. ti Dr. M. H. Scholberg is now permanen...

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. — 24 May 1905

t. M1'T, The whipping post day. Wife beaters term in jail. THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TfiUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June 18.l1S)02, as Second-Class Matter, I'ostofllee, Minot, N. D. Act of Congress of Murch !. 1879 X. I)., WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. law went into effect in Oregon the other are to get no more than twenty lashes and a Minot is to get another wholesale house. Three wholesale Minot is coming to houses will not do our little city any damage, the front with great strides. "Frenzied Finance'' Lawson has promised to speak at the Devils Lake Chautauqua July 18th, unless some pressing business should prevent. With Bryan to speak on July 4th and Lawson a few days later, the Chautauqua is securing some world beaters. The building of so much new railroad in North Dakota this year wili add about $12,000,000 directly to the assessment, in ad­ dition to the indirect value in the increase of the value of the proper...

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. — 24 May 1905

Bright, sparkling, vivacious Yelva. That is a term a travel ingraan used when he referred to the brilliant little city about twenty-five miles down the Soo from Minot, the day that the Ix dependent reporter dropped in­ to the place something over two months ago. We nave had it in mind every weelc since to tell about the progressive business men of the place, but wanted to wait till we could do justice to them. Yelva is a winner. Lying in the shadow of hills on either side, the murmuring Mouse running nearby to the north, surrounded •for many miles on all sides by fertile, well cultivated farms and productive stock ranches, why should she not be a total success? And the business men. The Inde­ pendent man found not one to be -a knocker. Everyone has a good word for his little town and is ever ready to help a public enter­ prise. The little city teems with bright bankers, energetic, hust­ ling merchants, good doctors and in fact nearly every class of business is represented. To what c...

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. — 24 May 1905

JL_. vy.1.Mj r.i-en -1 cinliiilniinjr. in oonrn.-oiion- lieu i^f 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, if you do. "We can satisfy vou as to terms. The olile.-t and largest hanking insti­ tution in Wanl Coun­ ty. Phone 248 This is something new and very popular. F. N. Haynes, IMIMir. ATTENTION, FARMERS! MONEY AT INTEREST. Works Sunciuys, Molidnys aiicl 24 Hours a Day. A SAVINGS ACCOUNT MEANS iXDEPENDSNCE, PEACH of jvurvo and SECURITY' irom most of the Troubles of Life. tt liil-tc-s ijil to s-ittirt ti isiiA'inys Account wliicli draws Pour per ccnt Intorejst. The Minot National Bank, CARRIAGES FOR THE BABY! "We have 20 different: styles Irom 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 lay ward make, and you can't find a better grade. The lot consists of fo...

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. — 24 May 1905

'i* ft ii*. i'v 65 Land Office Business. Minor Topics The Velva Journal with 73 le­ gate, is getting rieh. The Grand hotel is feeding a few people. Last week the meat biW wa'sflll. Mrs: Harvey C. Raycraft, wife qJE.our undertaker, is recovering from an operation for appendi cttus at the hospital. D. Hagenstein of Spicer, Minn., is visiting his son A. Hagen­ stein and incidentally is looking after his fierthold farm. F. H. Wellcome, president of the Union National bank, ar­ rived from Minneapolis Sunday to spend two days in Minot on business. John Hoellinger of the Wind­ sor hotel has ordered a one horse power motor and will pump wa­ ter and run the hotel's washing machine with it. Frank Martin and Geo. Van Tuyland wives spent three hours down the river fishing one day the first of the week and caught sixty-four fine pickerel. You Are Invited RESIDENCE LOT—for sale 50x168 across the street from Court House. J. W. Rode. tf. Butter milk is sold at the Mi­ not creamery at five cents a g...

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. — 24 May 1905

Ban 1*oadrvras E•out Real Estate Men Will Organize. The real estate dealers of Mi BOt are organizing for protection against grafters. It is expected that every reputable real estate nan in Minot will join the or caoiaation. It is proposed that ray agree to refuse to list a farm when another dealer already has it listed, and it is expected that they will not try to undersell caeb other. Often when a good real estate fight gets on the prbfits are thrown to the four vibds in order to make a sale. I Dr. Wood Will Leave. Pr- •John Wood, who recently located in this city expects to leave in a short time for Coeur 'd Aline, Idaho, where with an old college chum, he will open a iospital. Dr. Wood has made many friends in his short stay here who will be sorry to learn of his intention. 4.00, CHARGED WITH A VERY SERIOUS CRIME. A Young Man Named Wheeler Beats His Companion Dan McLean Into Insensibility In The Woods In This City—Was Placed jf In The County Jail. McLean, who has been on the new ...

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. — 24 May 1905

'V ss[& OAN COMMISSIONER PROCEEDINGS •Oifical Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners of Ward County. Continued from May 10th, 190T.) AJjTKriyoos .SESSION. May 4th, '05.—The viewers appointed to examine the highway proposed to be opened beginning at a point on the north line of township 152, rge 81, between sec 4 and 5 on section line thence run­ ning south on the section line miles, thence west on the quarter line 15 rods, thence south mile, thence east 13 rods to the section line, thence south on the section lino 1}£ mile, thence south about 145 rods to the place where the Coal Harbor trail strikes the section line between sec 20 and 21, thence con­ tinuing along the said Coal Harbor trail to the McLean county line was on motion granted to a point as far south as these corner of sec 20, twp 152, rgo 81, with all members of the board voting in the affirmative. The viewers appointed to examine the highway proposed to be opened begin­ ning at the draw in the hill ee of t...

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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