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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 24 May 1905

1 PRICES ARE YOU GOING TO ATTEND THE JUNE RACES L. 8. Champine, secretary of the Great Northern Racing Cir­ cuit, handed« us a program of the races "for the Northwest, which opens at Minot June 14, lasting- three days. The Minot races promise to be extra good and inasmuch as these are the first races of the kind ever given here, immense crowds will surely attend. The following is the pro­ gram, the purses for which ag­ gregate §4,500: FIJI DAY, .11'XE 16th. Always Consistently Fair. J„ W, The],Big Three Days Race Will Draw Im­ mense Crowds From All Parts of the Northwest—Will Give Away $4,500 in Purses—Fast Horses Will be Present, WEDNESDAY) JUNE 14th. I'UKSK. 2 30 Pace and 2:25 Trot, 3 in 5.. .8500.00 2:15 Pace and 2:10 Trot, 3 in 5... 500.00 £l% Furlong Dash (run) 250.00 1 mile Dash (run) Novelty 250.00 THUK5DAY, .JUOE 15th. PURSE. 2:40 Pace and 2:30 Trot, 3 in 5.. .8500.00 2:20 Pace and 2:15 Trot, 3 in 5... 500.00 i-a mile run. 2 in 250.00 250.00 J4 mile dash PURSE. 2:25 Pace and...

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. — 31 May 1905

IF *k N **i CIRCULATION 3, tOO 1 0 YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? A car of cement and several ir loads of lumber for the new Jreat Northern depot have ar iived in Minot and it is expected |hat in a few days, work will be jjommenced on a new $20,000 Structure. Libby & Nelson who milt the freight depot secured the contract for the passen­ ger depot. The railway company lips all material to Minot free to the con- freight charges Na M. 4 4.-W Ac-V If you have a commencement remembrance to select for some one, it's pretty safe to say you can easily find just the right thing among our gold and silver novelties. There are all sorts of articles, ranging in price from $1.00 to $5.00, articles which must be seen to be appreciated, and which we will be glad to show you whenever you call. COMMENCEMENT FLOWERS. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR W. H. REIGHART, The MI riot Jeweler. 3 WATCH INSPECTOR FOR GT. NORTHERN RAILWAY. HE DEPOT WILL BE A FINE STRUCTURE Something About the Plans for the Great Northern's New...

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. — 31 May 1905

K«sV.- HORSES ARRIVING FOR THE RACES The race track at the Fair grounds is in an excellent condi­ tion. It is so hard that it is necessary to go over it with a harrow. The horses are pour­ ing into Minot, to train for the June races. Several fine animals from Austin, Minn., are here. Wm. Parker has three speedy running horses in training* and D. A. Dinnie ha$ one trotter. THERE IS A FAMINE OF SEED FLAX Thousands of bushels of flax could now be sold in Minot, at fancy prices if it only could be secured. Every day hundreds of farmers inquire at the elevators for flax for seed but it seems that all of it has been shipped from the country and it is a hard matter to get any of it back. Farmers who intended putting in wheat mostly, have been encouraged by the recent fine rains, and will break hun­ dreds of acres for flax. Flax can be sown up until June 1, or even later. Flax would demand a price of #2 a bushel if it could only be gotten now. The eleva­ tor men are trying hard to get in a ...

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. — 31 May 1905

t'rI- A HOT WEATHER PILES. Persons afflicted with Piles should be 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 Hazel Salve stop the pain, drawMmt the soreness and cures. Get tho.wnuine, bearing the name of E. C. DeWitt & Co. Sold by McCoy & Co. Chattel mortgage blanks and blank notes for aile at this office. Merit Wins. T?. II. Baukol is getting the large trade which he so well de­ serves. Mr. Baukol does not bore people to death teasing them to buy. He has a place ot business and a telephone and is theVe^,) receive orders and fills them as promptly as circurn st&pces will permit. His nrices are right. He aims to charge •enough 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 S. J. ROONL.IB, MUSIC TEACHER. Best Conservat...

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. — 31 May 1905

'f -1' -.x .nay i» i- .» is l"" i* 1 J£' 5f •*., ••.. '••••*'. 1 I '. 'r 1/ I' M". '¥.«=' 'V 1 It NO 0-' I SINK TWO LLS NEAR' The city will sink two 4-inch wells, each 110 feet deap a short distance northwest of the purap iog'Wfcatian. N. A. Kennedy, who has charge of the well «it the fair gro&ads has been employed to do the work and he will begin al­ most immediately. It was deter­ mined recently that good water ean be obtained at a depth of 110 feet in the Mouse River Yal lev close to the river. Consider­ able water can be obtained at a depth of fifty feet and another sheet of water is struck down at a point of eighty feet below the surface then sand and gravel is encountered. The best water comes from 110 feet below the surface. Below that depth Clar­ is encountered and it might be necessary to go r00 feet before COMMISSION. The Council Decides That the 110 Foot Wells Shall be Drilled—Will Soon Order Pumping Outfit. MINOT, 'l^sp good water could be found again. The city will ...

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. — 31 May 1905

1 htiiifn'ii mwt "y Shop Phone 175. LICENSED UNDERTAKING gfdeel .. -vmtr 'I. \V "K oAN We solicit all classes of work in our line. Plans and Specifications fur- ILDER nished for all classes of buildings. ARCHITEC HURD & MALLORY, Contractors, Builders and Designers of Brick, Cement and Frame Buildings. We are prepared to do all classes of job work at our shop. Beginning Monday, I will deliver pure spring- water taken from the famous stock 3rards springs, and I will guarantee it to be absolutely pure. Get figures on five or ten gallon kegs, or bottles, pails, etc. The price will be very reasonable. J. P. DAVIS, The Waterman, Phone 41. MINOT, N. D. ts§G Unless You Have A NoBonus. No Your loan can be closed the day your application is made. We recently arrangements for an UNLIMITED amount of Eastern money which we can place on farm lands in this part of the state. Write for partic ulars or cafl on the .—\f O MINOT, .N D. Opposite Scandinavian House. PURE SPRING WATER. Refrigerators!...

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. — 31 May 1905

sw? oik W I l.i'l .iY i' :i .U Jfl *. U' Kodo 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 you as to terms. The oldest and largest banking insti­ tution in Ward Coun­ ty. SaSHEE MONEY AT INTEREST. Fire, Lightning, Works Sundays* Holidays and "2,4 Hours a Day. A SAVINGS ACCOUNT MEANS IINDEPErMDSINCE:* PEACti of iVUIND and SECURITY from most of the Troubles of Life. It takes ijl to start a Savings Account which draws* Rout- p«sr cent Interest. The Minot National Bank. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar. McCOY & CO., MINOT, IN. D. Why Our Are Deposits LDEUHAPS there are some who will wonder why the deposits in this bank are so large. That is easy to explain. This institution is conducted 011 a good, conservative banking basis, and there never was a time in the history of Money when this bank was. the least shakj*. Our depositor can go to sleep at night with the full assurance that...

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. — 31 May 1905

vw 1 I •to !r 4 1 Vj All honor tc the soldiers dead and to those living. Memorial day in Minot was not a sad affair by any means, but our citizens rocognizod it in a fitting manner. The old soldiers look forward each year to this day of days and every year their ranks are thinning. With each succeeding year their steps igrow more feeble and how few will be th^years until we can count easily the remaining soldiers of the Civil war. Sentence Coolly* MEMORIAL DAY IN MINOT Major Murphy's Address of His Life—Sol diers From Three Wars in the Parade-- Ranks Are Getting Thin. Only -thirteen old boys in blue in the pasade last Tuesday. Three soldiers who fought in the Spanish-American war, not one whit less brave than their oldor comrades. The parade was headed by the Eagle band, then the old soldiers, followed by the Spanish-American war veterans. The Sons of Veterans had organized that day with nineteen members and they formed a conspicuous part of the parade. The Eagles were out in full f...

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. — 31 May 1905

•W^rP'Y 1 (ys ''kw Uto S?^ W 3 Ole Sarther, an old man, died 1Mb the doUnty hospital Sunday. rQwd G!M» bamte tor sale, all 7011 Waft at AttataMtor'a bakery. tf The local printers hare formed a Union, the charter to arrive in two weeks. Kenmare has a man who^head ja something like four feefein cir­ cumference. I John A. 7lr. 0 E elaes 1 Son's Peters of .Anamoose •isited his sister, Mr®.C. Ei Smith pf North Prairie last Week. WANTED—Girl lor general house werk. Inquire at the INDEPENDENT and Mrs. Warren Bfey ris- ited their old neighbors, George Burke and family Sunday. "Mrs* Wm. Wendt purchased a 160 acre farm from Major Mur jy four miles south of Minot lot |1600. J2. Burke is conducting a first restaurant in James John building on Sout|i Main Street. His business is gopd. He Blaiedell-Bird Company will fur 1 jou bended Abstracts of tttie and ad to yaur U.S. Land Office Dusineee ,Jpr yon at Minot. tf. Twenty gallons of icelcream which were being shipped to Granville were stolen from ...

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. — 31 May 1905

I* 7j wimw^ .x^i, 'Vrf 'to"* I -f»-' 'j:' .' 1 f- ll .. ,/!•.)).•.. i.1 :-tW.« v...»«i,: -,.r ••.•».••.' •. -r» .'?!. r.t'•.'• ... ARE 1 f1 1 A" iL V. )v. 1 c' WILL MANUFACTURE BRI QUETTES IN NO. DAKOTA \The Wonderful Coal Fields of Ward County Ai Will Then Become World-known and the Mines Will Pay the Owners* The Minneapolis Tribune con­ tained an article regarding the shanufacturing of briquettes in the North Dakota coal mines in ithis part of the state. We con­ sider the article «»ne of import­ ance and reproduce it. Mr. B. B. Tasker, general manager of the Vaifcderwaiter mines, wasj seen. He stated that it is a cer­ tainty that briquettes would be manufactured in the mines off Ward 'county within a year bat he was not aft liberty to give (fall particulars. He has a sampJe of a briquette «at his office in tihis city which ijs a total success. Wh&R these plants are onee es­ tablished 'here, the proposition of t&e lignite coal business will have been solved and our mines wi...

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. — 31 May 1905

EDWARDS-WOOD CO. LOSES AGAIN The Ed wards-Wood Co. again lost their fight with the insur­ ance company in the famous Denbigh elevator case. The deal involves something like $20, 000. The Ed wards-Wood Co. staked the Denbigh elevator man and the elevator mysteriously caught fire several years ago. It was supposed that several thou­ sand bushels of grain burned, but the insurance company as­ certained that the manager had shipped out a large quantity which was supposed to be in the elevator at the time of the fire The elevator man is liable to a long term in the penitentiary and the Edwards-Wood Co. is out a nice sum of money. We Must Qet Used to It. It will come a little awkward at first for some of us to get used to putting a 2 cent stamp on every letter we place in the postoffice after June 1, but if we ever expect the missive to be sent, we will have to come to this. Whether the letter is to be sent to a friend in Minot or out, or whether it is to be delivered or not, it's all 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. — 7 June 1905

1 CIRCULATION 3,1^) DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? RAILROAD COMPANY ISJNCORPORATED Local Capitalists Are Surveying for a Railroad IOO Miles from Minot to Bismarck. A company of local business men has been incorporated for the purpose of building a railroad from Minot to Bis­ marck due south 110 miles. A surveyor and an engineer are now out over the proposed line. Ill fact there are three proposed lines anyone of which would be practical. The company has plenty of money bohind it and A. J. Brunner one of the operators, states that by fall some grading will be done. The line would bring us 200 miles nearer the capital of the state. It would open a country that has never known a crop failure. It would make Minot more of a center than sj^ is to-day. and will no doubt enrich tH promoters. The pro­ posed road may cest somewhere in the millions. r* 9 0 IF YOU'VE ABOUT To get a ring, or pin, or brooch, the price WE sell fine and beautiful jewelry for, ought to in­ duce you to come here for it We...

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. — 7 June 1905

|$®l: K- lis i¥ tl-i &5. -.. mem ?V-i «rr —p f* iprvi) rw 'T -,'Wp^j THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Publl«h«d|Etfery Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June 18." 1902, as Seeond-Class Matter. Postofflee. Minot, N. D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. MINOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. The day of execution for Hoch, the Chicago murderer who had so many wives, has been set for June 23d. Now that the Japs hare put so many Russians to flight, why not steer a batch of them against the Chicagoans? Fargo is disappointed because the censns-taker did not count more than 13,000 people. Don't blame the poor fellow too much for he must have counted some three or four times. Thousands of acres of land have virtually been stolen from the government in Northern California through land frauds. It seems that North Dakota is not the only state where speculators are after easy money. The Indians near Oberon are holding a camp meeting, a five day's s...

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. — 7 June 1905

Ship your cream to the Minot Central "•©reaniery. Your cash is ready for you tf Merit Wins. P. H. Bamkol is getting the 'large trade vtich he so well de tserves. 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 them as promptly as circum •stancefe irlll permit. His prices •are right, lie aims to charge •enough 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 £o realize this and his ^business 11* steadily increasing, ti 8. J. ROQNUIB, MUSIC TEACHBX. Bast Conservatory Methods Uaad. I 1 MINOT. N. D. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .'Land Office at Minot, N. Dak., May 2nd, 1905. Notice is hereby given that the following ntfmed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and th8t said proof will be made before the Regis­ ter and Receiver of the United States Land office at Minot,...

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. — 7 June 1905

$ $ S 8 $ & $ $ S L. I j- 1 r. IP ft. ISKMB Pte- MINOT class house completed for the least money, see me. F. R. MARRS. $50,000 To Loan on Farm Lands. BIDS FOR STREET PRIVILEGES Will received up to and including June 15th, 1905, For Minot's eat FOURTH of JULY E E A I O N Each application must be accompanied by $5 to insure good faith. In case bid is not accepted, money will be refunded. The day promises to be the biggest Minot has ever seen. Get in on the ground early! Apply to the Secretary of 1he Fourth of July Association. JOHN H. STENERSEN, Sec'y, MINOT, N. D. "LET MARRS FIGURE WITH YOU." That is what my friends would say to you, if you were to tell them that you intended to build. It will pay you to see me and get estimates. I charge nothing for them. If you want a first The 751 Valley Street, MINOT, N. D. A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT THE METROPOLIS Of Western North Dakota. Rates of a fare and one-third on the Great Northern from Buford to and including Grand Forks, Fargo, Ne...

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. — 7 June 1905

No Bonus. ulars or call on the bank. OA-N The business men have raised hundreds of dollars for your entertainment, and have secured cheap rates to Minot from all points in the state* No pains nor expense will be spared to give you the best time of your life from early morning till late at night* It is expected that 30 brass bands will take part in the band tournament* Interesting races at the Fair Grounds. Minor sports will be pulled off during the day for the large prizes. Dr. Forbes, the eminent Philadelphia divine, will give the principal address. An Interesting Program Will Be Rendered. FIREWORKS III THE EVEHIHG! A Bowery Will be Conducted During the Day and Night! Grand Street Parade! Tennis Tournament and a hundred other things which are not yet fully arranged. flVXTsU^—^ Now is the time to put up strawberries. The Minnesota crop is reported light and we beiieve that prices on Eastern berries are about as low as they will be. Place your order with your grocer now. A, Your loan...

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. — 7 June 1905

M'- '•M We make a special­ ty of farm loans. Do you need a loan on y&ar farm Come in and talk it over with us. if you do. We can satisfy YOU as to terms. The oldest and largest banking insti­ tution in Ward Coun­ ty. |o th» Wh»«fthenlarge8t 1 Works Sundays, Holidays and 24 Hour* a Day. A SAVINGS ACCOUNT MEANS IINDEPEINDSINCE, PEACfci of MIIND and SECURITY ^flUfrpm most of the Troubles of Life. It takes 91 to start a Savings Account which draws Four p»r cent Interest. The Minot National Bank. McCOY «Sc CO., MINOT, N. D. Why Our Deposits Are So Large. "PERHAPS 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, conservative banking basis, and there never was a time in the history of Money when this bank was the least shaky. Our depositors can go to sleep at night with the full assurance that their money is receiving the best of care. Hail Insurance PROTECT your City, Town, Village and Farm Pro...

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. — 7 June 1905

THE BAPTIST The second session of the Red River Baptist associaton conven­ ed in the Baptist Chapel on about the schedule time Wednes­ day morning and the following organation »vas affected: Cr A. Carpenter of Grand For­ ks, Moderator Rev. R. A. MacMullen of Lang don, Clerk J. K. Fairchild of Cavalier, Treasurer. I H. B. Cook of Cavalier Vice Pres. to the state convention. E. E. Co well of Balfour corres­ pondent. The morning session was taken up with reading of the church letters, reports of standing com mitttes, and legislative action the latter consisting in the divis­ ion of the Red River Valley asso cation and making a new district or association comprised Df Towner, Rolette, Pierce, McH jnry, Ward, and Williams iounties. lmediately after dinner he delegates from the churches the new district met and effec­ ted an organation, adopted a iame and constitution. The new listrict was named The North­ western Baptist association of iforth Dakota. The officers eho en are as follows: R...

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. — 7 June 1905

A crowd of 1500 of Minot's best people attended the graduating exercises of the Minot High School at the Opera House Friday night and listened to the most interesting exercises of the kind ever given in this city. The stage setting was beautiful and was not done without a great amount of work. The color effects were the same as the colors of the class and the whole house was bril­ liantly electric lighted in the center of the stage was an arch, over which ap­ peared these words, appropriate to the occasion: "Non Quis v" Miss Louise Benno's oration on "The Personal Equation in Life," was a most sensible one and not one'of the speakers made a more favorable impression. Miss Bei^no believes that a man can do what he wills to do. A man appreciates what he acquires by good hard work. The value of an education is not so much the cold facts that we learn but the strength that we acquire by the effort we put forth in getting that edu­ cation. But we are not expected to work all of the time....

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. — 7 June 1905

$50 land Office Business. If You Wants Good HOMESTEAD RELINQUISHMENT OR CHEAP DEEDED FAMM, WRITE OR SEE W. D. OIW-ESPIE, MVY, NORTH DAKOTA. We got the land Had will do business with you if you'll let us. 'CAN'T AFFORD TO PAINT." The man «rho says that^ torgets that paito&iiig properly done is economy, xnd the fact is h« cen't afford NOT toipaint. How often you require to paint is largely de (pendent upoa ithe paint you uee. The Slwmin-Williams Pants outlastsall others. Tber^are the most economical paints you «an use, be causerthey cover most mat wear longest. A£d to this their good appearance, and ya&.have perfect points.—The SherwiaAVilllams Paint*. T1M}Y are madafor many different kin£e of painting. Whatever it is .you wa®t to paint—a bouse, or anything in «or out of the hoeee—»\ve mdke the rigfatj paint for that {particular purpose—mot one slap dash misture for all. Sold by A. R. SLOCUM, I N O N O A O A THE CUSTOM FURNITURE CO. PHONE 315 Custom Upholstering. Repair Work:....

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