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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 July 1905

SfiV 4 0-~ & *& pv'f/r IV •v^ TO/TV «v TFPttv, 10 Bars Fairbank's Laundry Soap......... One box or four cakes high grade toilet soap, usual price 20c, special.. 10 lbs. good prunes .'. Excellent grade of whole rice (remember this is not cracked) regular 10c value, 6 lbs. for Arbuckles XXXX or Lion Coffee, per package We have a few sacks of Honey Bros, flour left, from the Wheeler stock. It is in the best of shape and as good as any grade on the market. \AV handle only Leistikow's flour however, and to ttlose this out we give you a 100 lb. sack for $ 2 9 0 Hinze Pickled Onions, regular 25c,'per bottle '13 Curtis Bros. Grated Pineapple, regular «n 35c, per can «tU CurtiR Bros. Red Raspberries, regular 35c. per can A first-class Galvanized Wash Tub ,50 A 10 qt. galvanized pail J5 TO HORSEMEN horses, we have them. Special sale on Girl's Wash Dresses. CITIZENS PETITION TO INCREASE DEBT LIMIT In Order That We May Have Adequate Sewerage System This Year—We May Soon Ex­ pect a Good ...

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. — 19 July 1905

A* MINNEAPOLIS Eiiwards $ I'C ," MAIN^'PICC Nth and Robert St*., ST. PAUL, MINN. •y*$ Write (or our market letter. it S- y1 *4/*'6*1 jyvg (IRCOKPORATBD) DEALERS IN :,?' Stocks, Grain, Provision] Bought and Mid for cash or carried on reasonable margins, upon which there will be a charge ot J-4 oa grain, on atocka and on flu. ClMMISIiaa MERCHANTS IN CAR LOTS I Ship Your Grain To Us QMFICIUTIM. PROMPT RETURNS.' IIIBEMI. ADVANCES. WINNIPEG BRANO OFFICE: OULUTH Opera House Block, MINOT, N. D. I N 1 1 6 Ship your cream to the Minot Central •Creamery. Yaur cash is ready for you tf A CONTINUAL STRAIN. Many MEN and women are constantly subjected TO what they commonly term *'& continual strain" because of some financial or family trouble. It wears and distresses them both mentally and physi­ cally,affecting their nerves badly and bringing on liver and kidney ailments, with the attendant evils of constipation, loss of appetite,sleeplessness,low vitality and despondency., They cannot, Klmvn...

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. — 19 July 1905

mmm |k? KV kV' I 1 I One CROWN Piano, for One One HIXZE was One One KINGSBURY One THREE GOOD AND JUST REASONS There are three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure: First It is absolutely harmless: Second, It tastes good—children love it: Third It cures Coughs, Croup and Whooping Cough when other remedies fail. Sold McCoy Jb Co The Blaisdell-ftird Company will fur­ nish you bondfrt abstracts of title and attend to your U. S. Land Office business for you at Minot. tf. NOISE AND NEWSPAPER Doesn't make a druggist Minot, •I# AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME To buy a Piano at Your Own Price and Terms OVER I00 PIANOS TO SELECT FROM! $185.00 210.00 $325.00 for 185.00 325.00 210.00 375.00 265.00 325.00 210.00 If you can't call, write for catalogues and full particulars. GEO. W. OETTS, SIX CARLOADS OF NEW PIANOS just received from factory and I have also received about two carloads from agencies that I have discontinued in north part of State. Some of them shopworn, otherwise good as...

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. — 19 July 1905

4\ PT: -''iSia'''' •g-fc-^-*** 1 -..'•isM-& fa' ,* "»'•1.*.^•j--j\-'4i'•• •5i 1*7'1 J* In the first place, the natural location of the place is greatly to its advantage. Surrounded by wide fields of growing grain, which never looked so well as at this season, and with a country many miles in each direction from which to draw, why should not Kenmare rank among the best cities in the state? Ken­ mare is not very old. It is but six or seven years since Kenmare was but a small trading point, scarcely larger than the tiniest village of the county. E. C. Tolley was one of the first men instrumental iri the promotion of the place and he has ever worked for the good of the en­ tire city. It is Tolley who is responsible for the laying out of the city about a square, which is now used for a pablic park. The many business houses in the city mainly front ou the park. In speaking of Kenmare's im­ provements we must not forget to mention the flowing well, which sends out a spurt of water afoo...

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. — 19 July 1905

.NOTICE or SALE. I Notire is hereby «ivi n. that hy v'rtuoofii| iucliinifiit aud dm-ree in foreclosure rentier-] od ami irive:i I'.v the District Coart of tho iith Judicial District. in and for the eouuty of! Ward and state of Xorth UaVota. and catered and docketed in the office of the cl:rk of said ffourt in anI for said comity, on the ind-dav a a in a a on he re in I a son was plaintiil' and Severiue Fowler, former-1 ly Severiue Johnson, ot al.. defendants in favor »f thesaiil plaintiff and against the said defen-l dant Severiue Fowler, formerly Se.erino! Johnson, for tbe sum of fifteen hundred and! n'-iir-'.y dollars (Jl.YJO.OO) which judgment audi tfecrws. amonjr other things, directed the sale! hy moot the real estate hereinafter described,! to satisfy the amount of said judgment, with I interest thereon and the exists and expenses of ifmrfo sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds 1 af sucifc salo applicable thereto will satisfy. And by virtue of said writ to mc issued out of ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 July 1905

w» •:-SI I I* fl» ''4V •'. 1v A Hole In ths Fence. I think that more breftchy cows have *een made by a hole in the fence than any other thing. I doubt if breach Iness in cows is produced without it. On my own farm I keep up the fences In a first-class manner, and I have uever had one of the cows reared on my firm develop breachiness. They are accustomed from the first to the Idea that the fence is an impassable barrier. But I have owned cows so breachy that I had finally to get rid of thfkn they were from a neighboring farm where there is almost always a hole in the pasture fence, or the be­ ginning of such a hole. This is fre­ quently nothing more than a top board loosened at one end, which gives the cows an opportunity to reach over for grass on the other side. The pressure of their bodies against the lower boards results in loosening them in turn, and the breach is made. After a few experiences of this kind, an intelligent cow forms the opinion that it is easy enough to 'break do...

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. — 19 July 1905

$$3&im $ W V3? •r^tfy jg|| 'w¥z 4^ i. ?Ep: Ipi fflki iff A /f 'MM.'. J* ft ff I 1 tti' jd rV jr jl 3 W JK SR •9* •n 5 doz. Ladies' .Shirt Waists in aJl styles, colors and OQp sizes, each at JvU 4 doz. Ladies' White Shirt Waists. Made verv fan- cy choice A Ladies' Petticoats 69c, 98c & $1.25 for the best. Corset Covers 12|,c, 19c, 25c, 39c, 49c and 69c for the best. We have beautiful designs in Ilair i'ms, and Side and Back Combs, which will be sold at 1 9 Qflp JU« Silk Shirt Waists. We bought a job lot of silk waists from the well-known shirt waist house, "NEELA.XDS", and we offer them to you at a «Teat discount. 10 doz. Silk Waists, pretty styles and \0 OK shades, all go at each OwifcW 34 handsoniejskirts. in black brown, grev, green and CA blue mixtures, each at. ti)U off Pure Linen Napkins, large sizes at 98c per doz. 27 Pleated Skirts in all colors and materials, each at.. V^t*V£v^f^ Bedspreads in white, with or without fringe at 69c, 98c, $1.49 & 1.98 for the best. ...

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. — 19 July 1905

\,'X\ & It 4 7 n, .» ,( t. "Vt I Laad Office Business. If ^•rtrfr \ii'^nWiw\fW^~^WiPV^§V-5'.yilffi^r, v.. ,.* '. Business Opportunities at Sawyer "There are alHloni in it,"ae tiie financier said, riebiat Sawyer on the Soo for busi­ ness houses of various kinds. Write tor particulars-ana I will explain what is needed the most and *iw« you any particulars you may ask for. I recently purchased the Sawyer t*wnsite and have for eale a number of choice busi­ ness and residence lots. I make farnr'loans qnd buy and sell farms. If you want to sell your farm, list it with me. I will guarantee to get you a purchaser if you do not waat too much for your land. Wm. HODGES, Sawyer, North Dakota, THE GRAND HOTEL. peres ildvedsen, Prop.. Ml NOT, IS. DAK. RATES: $1.00 and $1.25 per day. Newly renovated' and furnished. We cordially invite yourpatronage and will do everything possible for your comfort. You Want a Good HOMESTEAD a RELINQUISHMENT OR CHEAP DEEDED FARM, WRITE OR SEE W. D. GILLESPIE, RA...

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. — 19 July 1905

w. -:1 IV TO INSPECT AND WEIGH GRAIN We wish to invite your attention to the new law recently passed by the legislature of Wisconsin, relating to the inspection and weighing of grain at Superior. This measure becomes effec­ tive August 1st, and we believe will prove to be the fairest measure ever en­ acted in the interest of the shipper. Heretofore the inspection of all grain at Superior has been under the direction of a Commission composed of Inspectors appointed from the State of Minnesota. The new law provides for a Commission to be appointed by the Governor of Wisconsin, one member of which shall be appointed by the Governor of North Dakota, one by the Governor of New York State, and the third to be aecom mended by the Superior Board of Trade. Upon the recommendation of the Eastern Millers Association and the Chamber of Commerce. at Bufialo, the Governor of New York State has yielded to the good judgment of those bodies ond named Mr. John D. Shanahan, of Buffalo. He is a grain m...

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 July 1905

EULATION 3,150 0 'PA 4 ...Ml 1 IV M- JAP ATTEMPS TO KILL PALERMO MAN Ctias. Barquist, section fore­ man at Palermo, was attacked by one of the section men, a young Jap named Fukuzo Mat sudo, Monday with a railroad bar, in an attempt to kill him. The Jap was arrested Tuesday morning and taken before Jus­ tice of the Peace J. (V Ho fir, where he admitted his guilt and was bound over to district court. Constable Hawkinson brought bim to Minot and he is now lodged iii the county jail. Barquist was struck over the arm with a heavy bar and badly injured. The Jap was persistent and made up his mind to kjll the foreman, so threw a pick at Bar­ quist. Barquist protected' him­ self with a board and in thin manner saved his life. The pick struck the board and was forced I tr$ x-r-Hs: W1 SI* nit! ,t YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? Do Vou Need --Knives, Forks or Spoons—there isn't any doubt about our ability to supply your need to your entire satisfatfion. Our stock is large, comprising the best makes of...

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 July 1905

WfW ?V I t,V* hi 1 THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Publlahad Evary Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 8. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June 18. 1902, as Second-Clas9 Matter, Postofflce, Minot. N.D. Act of Congress of March 3.1879 MINOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT* The Devils Lake Chautauqua is meeting with such success that arrangements are being made to enlarge tne facilities before next year. Minot could well afford a Chautauqua. The Mandan Kepublican notes that as long as Bisniark has its penitentiary, the gang of workmen at the bridge and the cemetery on the hill, she will rank third in population in the state. The streets of Minot Saturday were so crowded with people that one had a hard time to get to his destination. We are impressed with the fact more ever/ day that we are living in a young Chicago. The Minot busineess men believe that we need a county com niissioner from this district who is a business man, or else a large property holder. The Minot businessm...

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 July 1905

dition to other county taxes, the follow­ ing direct animal taxes, to wit For each of the years 1905 to 1921 both inclusive, a t*jn the sum of $14, 2.0.(X) I'eihg cu T."0 00 fur annual inter est inr hhuIi i'i khiil .vfMi'H, and $7,500 fur ibo priiicipitl each of said yearB. And iu HHCU of said yearn tba bond taxihereiu .pefuro levied shu.l be certi­ fies tixten Imt upon tti« pay rolls and collected by tbe HHIUH officials and in the same manner und at the name time as the taxes, for general county purposes fur such year are certified, extended, and collected Moved by Com Carroll and seconded by Coin Richardson that the following section lines between, 16 and 17 155 81. 12 and 13 152-81. 11 and 14 152 81. 11) and 15 152-81. 9 and 1(5 152 81 8 and 17 152 81. 7 and 18 152-81., be opened. On motion the board adjourned until July 8tb, 11 o'clock. July 8th, 1905.—The board of county commissioners met on the above date as per adjournment at 11 o'clock. Com Black in the chair, members presen...

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 July 1905

All 50c Mercerized Wash Goods 35 and 40c Summer Goods 25c Wash Goods 15c Lawns and Dimities 15c Lawns and Dimities Challies Challies Ladies Lace Hose 6oc Union Suits 35c Vests Official Proceedings. (Continued from Page 10.) ment of the sum of 8354.60 for city taxes so abated, and that he institute such action on proceedings as may be neces­ sary to recover such moneys, and fur­ ther Resolved, That the action of this board in so abating or voting to refund be rescinded and annulled, in so far as the same affects said taxes of the city of Minot. Moved by Com. Richardson and sec­ onded by Com. Carroll that the follow­ ing resolntion be adopted WHEREAS. A statute now in effect and known as S. B. No. 195 of 1905 requires the letting by contract of stationery and all articles purchased by the county. Be It Resolved, That an advertise­ ment be published in the official papers for a period of thirty days for bids in all stationary, blanks, books, office special­ ties, etc., for the use of t...

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 July 1905

nk foi St. of He ry, ld or on *1 K) Vlfe W iW e^r Minot is entertaining a per­ son of great distinction at pre­ sent, Capt. Schuman, one of the few survivors of Custer's last fight. Mr. Schuman arrived in Minot a few days ago and was .»teeml into the tier Little Hig Horn along the flats •while Custer intended going up the other side of the river in the hills. Reno asked for a sufficient escort and Custer allowed him to select his men from the entire number. I happened to be one of the men Reno picked. That is perhaps why I have this grow­ ing on my headto-day," and the Lansford Mail Routes. E. L\ Keefe, a prominent Lans i'ord farmer, has 200 acres into •crop this year, having broken -eighty acres. He raises some fine horses and finds that this busi­ ness is a paying one. Mr. Keefe states that beginning Aug. 1, rtwo free delivery routes will be started out Lanstord, one east and the other west. Jerry Keel •er and Commissioner Grant suc­ ceeded in establishing the east rotate. Over 10...

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 July 1905

Evaporated peaclios, reg. loc variety, per lb, 4- lbs. best soda crackers IMbs. good oat meal. MCNIC HAMS-per lb. To close out our line of blue and porcelain enameled lined ware, BULK LARD, extra quality, 3 lbs. 20 off TH'j "EST NARROW BINDER TWINE-er MANSFIELD SELLS STOCK TO 6LAZER BROS. Glazer Bros, and Bank have purchased from W. E. Mansfield his stock of men's furnishings and have lensed his building for a period ti\*e yoars. The goods are now being invoiced and next Saturday the store will be opened to the public with a large and complete line of men's and boys' furnishings, ladies' skirts, waists, ntc. The name of the new stoie will le '"The Branch.'' Glizr Bros, who are proprietors of the New store will still ran that concern. They are among the most enter­ prising merchants in Minot and are doing a nice business. Mr. Mansfield has leased his residence for a year and will soon leave with his familv for his old home in Wisconsin where he will visit indefinately. He has succeed...

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 July 1905

i\r FOR *3 .j Mrs. True.tr troin Hastings, Minn., is the guest of her son, C. F. Trua*.t -w Lucian J!, Brubaker arrived from Koufc^Ih^and win now live with his fa^r: Jos. Fedg^ b^q^lit Arthur Hanson's ^Qija^r section of land south.of ^linbC Dr. Crokat spent last week at Berthold arranging to, extend the telephone lhm to that city. Dr. White, who recently formed a partnership with Dr. Crokat, spent two years at hospital work in Montreal and is an eminent surgeon. 0. Erickson, cashier of the Minot National Bank, who with his wife has bean visiting friends at De Kalb, 111., for a months has returned. Mrs. Saiii Overshiner of Lynch fell from a plow recently while at work and broke hfer arm. The arm wad set at home by mem­ bers of the family. The iron is laid on the Towner branch 48 miles north and trains are running* irregularly.' In a few days they' mil run bn a sche­ dule. '•i: :"V.r F. M. Haynes hands us an ad­ vertisement too late for this weeks issue calling attention to the fact t...

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 July 1905

~S One CROWN Piano, for One One HINZK was One One KINGS BURY One THREE GOOD AND JUST REASONS There are three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure: First It is absolutely harmless: Second, It tastes good—children love it: Third It cares Coughs, Croup and Whoopiug Couyh when other remedies fail. Sold by McCoy fc Co The Blaisdrll-Bird ompany will fur­ nish you bond'-d abstracts of titlo nrrl at end to your U. S. Land Office business to you at Aline'. tf. m*x NOISE AND NEWSPAPER Doesn't make a druggist Minot^ f. The good druggist is the druggist who follows the DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION rather than his own pecuniary advantage. We do not profess to be the best druggist in the State, but simply a good, careful dispenser with a & Stock of Drugs and Medicines that recommend themselves* Yours to please, W. B. HAWLEY, Druggist. $50,000 To Loan on Farm Lands. AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME To buy a Piano at Yotir Own Price ai|d Terms OVER 100 PIANOS TO SELECT FROM! $185.00 210.00 $3...

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 July 1905

a-.- MINOT, For Hot Weather! Old Sol is getting in some hot work, and still it comes to us all alike* Don't fret and stew* It was just as hot last season and we all lived through it* C9 What you need is green fields, limpid waters, golf sticks, and an outfit of Summer Underwear, Wash Vests, Negligee Shirts, Silk Outing Gap or Hat, and a pair of Cool Oxfords, etc., etc. Come, let us fit you out. If you will, you will not feel the heat. Here you will find correct styles, and purse—comfbrting prices. J. M. WILSON, The Clothing and Shoe Man, -TWO IN ONE— A combination Top Buggy and Stick Seat Runabout for the price of one. The adjoining cut shows it as an open rig. Call at our store and see how easily it is ohanged to a regular buggy. We Also Handle a Full Line of FARM MACHINERY and THRESHERS SUPPLIES Main Office, Mioot, N. D. Branch Office at Sawyer, N. D. LORGE & KNORR. Building Collapsed. Often you will see such a headline in our papers, but you may be certain that ED. M. MIENCIE...

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 July 1905

r. ii I I 1 & rftfflur rw Xrtt fe3.y' ~. I). Stnallwood, of the new «»Ticery store, finds business so •rood that he ban placed on an I'xtru liy,ht rig iu audition to his reguhmielivery wagon. He pur­ chased handsome 1,300-pound horse for the wagon last week. The horse, like the owner of the store, is a mover and attracts a jrood deal of attention. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commis sioners of Ward County, North Dakota. Mioot, North Dakota, July 3-i!, 19C5 —The Board of (Juuntv (.'"•••'iiii^siocere of Ward county, Nortti Dnk^ta, met in tbe nttic^ of the county auditor on the 3rd day of ulv, 190o, as per adjourn meut- Coin Block iu the chair Member* pret-ent, Com Carroll. Rich ardsou, Swanson and Torbenson. The minutes of the meeting of June 1903, was read aud approved as correct ed. The following bills were read and warrants were ordered drawn ou the iraesurer fur same, viz: I O Heggaus, enumerating names William Masois, bailiff '.... Ole Kuls thiui', enumerating ...

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. — 26 July 1905

it 3- a v,$L $5 Land Office Business, .1. SWANSON EXPLAINS THE BOND QUESTION County Commissioner in a second Article goes after some of the Other Members of the Board—Wanted an open Bid. On July 5th, as per advertise-i ment, all the bids, (except thej bid of John E. Greene assistant state's attorney, in behalf of Arthur B. Wright of Chicago) were opened and read, and on account of Wm. Black being ab­ sent action was deferred until the following day, when all bids were rejected. There were seve­ ral bond dealers present on Ju­ ly 5th when the bids were opened who requested that the board take the best bid as a basis and allow them to bid by auction, and file the best bid to be acted upon when Commississioner Black returned. This was objec­ ted to by Richardson and Car­ roll, as would have upeet the pre­ arranged plans of Attorney Greene who on July 7th came in with his bid and all the necessary papers and resolutions drawn up ready for the board to act upon at once. As soon as Greene...

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