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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 26 July 1905

I 1 .jfe: Grafter* bejiniore *:$ 4jP\ A very special meeting of the city council was called Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock to act upon a proposition made by the Alinot Light and Telephone Co. to furnish power t'or pumping the city's water for the ensuing year. J. .J. Flather, dean of the civil engineering- department of the Minnesota fetate University, was at the meeting and took quite an important part in the discussion. The council voted to accept the bid of the electric light company to pump the wa­ ter with a pump and and an elec­ tric motor to be bought by the .city, at the rate of 3.1 cents per 1,000 gallons. As the city is using approximately 120,000 gallons a day now, the cost at the present time will amount to $3.72 a day, about half what it is costing the city at present. Kamstad, Jacobson and Frank first voted against the proposi­ tion, but after the matter had thoroughly explained Alderman Frank voted to recon­ sider the question, and he voted with Aldermen Leighton, Alul...

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. — 2 August 1905

*m '. :r CIRCULATION 1 3,150 I' ill JLUME is 4. Arthur Stredwick, from Medi­ cine Hat, Can., is visiting rela­ tives. He says the wheat, oats and rye harvest is on in full blast in Canada and the crop is im­ mense. I 4 ViififH gMTOTWinMP #.-1' J-P»vvr ••ffiRZTr NUMBER 19. DO YOU ENJOY i-i GOOD COFFEE? KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN! A Broad Assertion. In just a little more than one day, 30 new subscribers in the Bowbells country were added to the INDEPENDENT'S list. Most of the INDEPENDENT'S subscribers are in the county, which fact is worthy of consideration. The INDEPENDENT makes no state­ ment it cannot back, and when we say that no other paper is so widely read in Ward county as the INDEPENDENT we are making a pretty broad assertion. Ad­ vertisers are asked to examine our lists at any time. We are ready to show you the ... BRIGHTEST BEST line of up-to-date Rings, Jewelry, Cut Class and Silverware ever offered to the buying public of the Northwest. We offer Distinct Advantages. It will pay ...

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. — 2 August 1905

Know THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. 18, 1902. as Second-Class Matter. Postofflce Mlnot. N. D. Act of Congress of March 3, 1870 MIKOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT* A farmers' co-operative store with a capital of $50,000 Las been organized at Wyndmere. The stock is divided into shares of 400 eacn. North Dakota has a population of over 450,000 people. The counties of Cass, Traill, Grand Forks, Pembina, Cavalier, Ward, McLean, Wells, Emmons, Mcintosh, Morton, Barnes and Stuts­ man show a total of 212,332. The same counties in 1900 had 157,240, showing an inclease of 35 percent. There was never a time when the crops were watched with greater interest than at the present time. Everything depends upon the weather. Give us two or three weeks of good, clear weath­ er, not too warm, with a wind blowing from the north, and then we don't give a Continental what happens. North Dakota will t...

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. — 2 August 1905

^n—n*»|W f/'.Ai fP1*"!*5 '11 A BALLOON ASCENSION EACH DAY OF FAIR Since the return of President Parker and Secretary Champine from the Winnipeg races it is learned that a special effort is going to be made to secure a large attendance at the Ward county fair, which will be held in this city Aug. 22, 23, 24 and 25. It will be gratifying to the pub­ lic to know that the manage­ ment of the fair association has succeeded in securing the pres­ ence of some of the fastest horses known to the Canadian race course, which will come here and contest with some of the best American horses known to the racing fraternity of the North­ west. Aside from the splendid race program that has been pre­ pared, there will be numerous other sports, such as balloon ascensions, baseball games, foot laces and a large number of other minor sports. Iu view of this special effort on the part of the management to entertain the general public, it would only seem just that the business men of Minot agree to­ gethe...

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. — 2 August 1905

I 1 ir.... fe: fe- ••K W-:': !'-v.V t¥, HK:' F?*, "v" IHt Bargains for one week beginning HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. 20c 5c liiofn! wash board. Two «*ood tin cups .i double working harness with collars S^mt. tiiiaranteed as jrood as any nr ijiade. per jzallon dlitv Draper grade paint 3!xx! shot gun Fall line of all kinds of shot ji'uns. shells, Stinting' coats, etc. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. lEegtilar 80e Daekage Yankee oats, Ssincy disii in package $2% pound sack fancy corn meal Bests soda crackers, per pound JLargp size can salmon tea (not tea siftings) per lb Coifee,. reguhic-l'Sc grade, per pound. A general strike of the railroad tetegyiaphers of the Great Xorth and Northern Pacific roads *as declared at 11 o'clock and went into effect immediately. It estimated that 2,000 telegra pfeefs by tonight will be out. The nine CJ. N. or Western Union Ueiegyaphers in Minot all went out, and today if you want to send a message to Minneapolis TOXI will have to write a letter— %r let it travel over the...

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. — 2 August 1905

e^r EniToit WARD COUNTY INDE­ PENDENT:— There appeared an article in the INDEPENDENT of June 14th, entitled: "Cut Throat Gets Boys Last Cent," giving an account of a lad being- skin­ ned of $40 in a skin game at the race grounds, to which I would like to say a word or two. Now isn't it rather a shame to permit anyoue being robbed in broad day-light the way this boy was, in a civilized country like ours? Who is to blame for it? Can we blame the boy? I think not. Can we blame these out throats? I don't think we could blame even them, because they are of such a class who would not hesitate to sand-bag and rob their own fathers if they got a chance. I think the ones to blame are the authorities, who issued the permits to those robbers to erect their skin game stands on the streets or other public places, and thus enable them to rob the people as they pass. Of course it is easy to say that a man that goes into a skin game ought to lose his money, but do they all know it? And is it right ...

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. — 2 August 1905

I I All 50c Mercerized Wash Goods 35 and 40c Summer Goods 25c Wash (loods 15c Lawns and Dimities... Challies 5C Ladies Lace Hose 6oc I'liion Suits 35c ests DEPARTMENT STORE MID-SUMMER SLAUGHTER SALE On all Wash Goods and Wh te Goods. Anticipating the popularity of the new fabrics in Wash Goods, we laid in an enormous stock* In order to clean up everything we have put the knife into the goods right and left* You will be sorry if you don't take advantage of some of these •j* BARGAINS dt 38c 25c 15c 10c 23c 48c 25c P. P. Lee's Busy 15 A full MONEY AT INTEREST. Works Sundays, Holidays and 24 Hours a Day. A SAVINGS ACCOUNT MEANS IINDEPEINDSINCE. PEACH of jVUIND and SECURITY from most of the Troubles of Life. It takes $1 to start a Savings Account which draws Four per cent Interest. The Minot National Bank. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar. McCOY & CO., MINOT, IV. D. We Are Cash Buyers OF E A Every farmer who has cows should ship us his cream as it will be a big ad...

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. — 2 August 1905

I Phone 360 F. Minot, 4* I Many of the older residents will remember Miss Edith Mc­ Kay, whose father, Geo. McKay, formerly ran a store in Minot. H«-, old time friends will be far 1 T" ji red to hear that she died Iweek in Donnybrook, leav in^ 'i husband and two children. 8 8 Cake and Paltry Maker. We have secured the services of unprofessional cake and pastry maker and are prepared to give you the real article. Not the class of floods usu­ ally turned out by a bakery, but just as good and better than can be made at your own home. Have you tried any of our angel food cakes? V^e use absolutely fresh eggs for these cakes. PARTIES WISHING AN'/THING SPECIAL IN THE CAKE OR PASTRY LINE, ARE ASKED TO GIVE THE ORDER TWENTY-FOUR HOURS AHEAD. ThwoVi We are making pies from fresh fruits a 1CSH rrun ICS and everyone says they are delicious. GET YUR PRICES OF BREADS AND OTHER BAKERY OOODS The Electric Baking Co. ENGINE WORK Before you start threshing, bring in your engine and get it overhauled. ...

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. — 2 August 1905

TCJHWS Dress Goods. Goods that sell for 50c sale Price 2Cc. a Ail other prices in proportion. Summer Underwear. LADIES' 5c, 10c, 15c. Mens' 15c, 23c, 34c. The Deegan Bros, sold two quarter sections of land south of Minot to Clemen Slusan for "200. John Lynch, who .was is 'elton last week, learned that land that produced ot so well as Ward eonntv land was selling' NOISE AND NEWSPAPER Doesn't make a druggist I ^ii^u iu I# OIU O S I I E CLOSING OUT SALE Prices will be made whereby the people will own the goods at the wholesale price and I will have a vacant building for other purposes in a short time* Ginghams. Zephyr Ginghams, Price 15c. Sale Price Oc. Mens' Shirts. Slightly soiled. 65c, 75c, $1-00, all go at 2 1c. lot Ladies' and Children's Shoes, former prices $2.50, $3*00 and $3*50t all go for SOc pair. 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...

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. — 2 August 1905

Bishop Isaac W. Joyce, one of the greatest bishops the Metho­ dist church has ever known, died at his home in Minneapolis Sat­ urday after aa illness of four weeks. While preaching at Red Rock four weeks a?o he was taken with a sudden faintness, after uttering the words: ''I have preached the word of God in every land, and everywhere it has met the needs of man.7' lie repeated that senreuc^ twice, then fell with those 41 ,- •M .. -U 1(0 jifi'o Ranch oil the White Earth River, 75 acres under irrigation. 800 acres adjoining- for pasture all under fence, good house, barn and cattle sheds. For further information write to J• K. SCHOENING, the Landman, Ross, North Dakota BISHOP JOYCE'S LONG, USEFUL LIFE IS ENDED BISHOP ISAAC W. JOYCE. itpoplexy. He hovered bel,\et'li life ail'i death four weeks, regaining con­ sciousness but lor Lrief periods.. The news of his death lias brought great sorrow into every Methodist hotne in the land. Bishop .Joyce led a long and useful iil'e. In the pulpit ...

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. — 2 August 1905

NEGROES' SHACK WAS BURNED A small tnr paper shack which hns 1 ee:i occupied by negroes employed on the Great Northern was presumably set on hre alrnit 11 o'clock Wednesday night and quickly burned to the ground. It was situated on the G. N. right of way east of the freight depot. The tire department was called out, but forgetting the wrench which opens the hydrant, could not save the building, much to the delight of the on­ lookers. During the past month the IN­ DEPENDENT has heard some very unsavory tales regarding the coons in this building. The neighbors report that a young white girl has been making regu­ lar visits to the coons' shack, and several threats of burning the building and tarring and feathering the negroes have been made. S A THINGS in Haberdashery. The man who wants the latest thing in a shirt, the right thing in a tie. Smart gloves or hosiery, will find what he's looking for here,. HATS ALSO. Don't forget that we sell Hats, The new SHAPES FOR FALL are here* Golden ...

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. — 2 August 1905

'fttly 'ii 1 ii im^immfmmmnm^mmmmmmrmmifillii.lmmi un.Hiliim.L •SW ^f'VliViV rfri I Land Office Business. SOME BIG DAKOTA FARMS Two prominent land men in Illinois who are inducing their friends to go to North Dakota printed a good one in the Cerio Gordo (111.) Star. It may be a little bio exaggerated but you've got to inflate the stories of North Dakota in order to get the people to believe conditions are naif as good as they really are. We print the article:— "Yes sir," resumed the Dakota farmer as the crowd of agricul­ turists seated themselves around a little table "yes sir, we do things on a rather sizeable scale. I've seen a man on one of our farms start out in the spring and plow a furrow until autumn. Then he turned around and har­ vested back. We have some big farms up there. A friend of mine owned one which he had to give a mortgage on, and I pledge you my word the mortgage was due at one end before it could be recorded at the other. You see, it was laid out in counties. An...

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. — 2 August 1905

Freedom and Vicinity. A Jylen is erecting a fine new granaiy on his place. W. D. Foster spent Friday at the county seat. Albeit Abraham is spending the week with Wm. Abraham. Mrs. J. Sindlinger visited in this neighborhood Friday afternoon. Arthur Morrey was one of the callers at A. L. Weber's Saturday evening. Be careful, boys it isn't sticky, but it's tanglefoot, and goes clear across the road. C. V. Swanson came from Minot Sat­ urday and stayed with A. L. Weber until Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bartling and little daughter Mabel with Mr. and Mrs. Kemman of Chicago, visited with Wm. Abraham and family Friday. They spoke well of North Dakota, and took several pictures of grain fields. A pleasant surprise was given Mr. and Mrs. Lilken Monday evening. Had thf neighbors been out they might have said "Oft on the stilly night." Never the less all had a good time and the event will be one long to be remembered. Lemons in Minot have jumped from 15 cents a dozen to 50 cents. N. A. Kenn...

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. — 9 August 1905

CIRCULATION 3,150 DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE GOSS DISHES OUT SOME BITTER DOSES That Judge Goss has little mere? 011 the offenders of the law is plainly shown by the following sentences which he gave the men found guilty of crime in his court. The sentences were given Mon­ day: Martin Mattison, convicted oi shooting Jourgen Olson in an attempt to take his life, was given five years in the peniten­ tiary. His father, who was with the son, was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary. At tha first trial the men were given three and one and a half years respectively. The case will be appealed to the Supreme court. The Mattisons are out on bail. A. Herman convicted of per­ jury, was sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary. This was the lightest sentence wnich he could receive. It will behoove A grafter who sold resurrection plants in Minot is said to have sold a very good sample of a sea weed, well perfumed with drug store perfume which was guaran­ teed to last as long as the plant....

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. — 9 August 1905

ifL& liiom-v, traveled till 11il» 111. poorer the m- THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCDRD, Editor Entered June. 18, 1902. as Second-Class Matter. Postofflce, Minot. X, D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879 MI.N'OT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. chalkur marbles. The Granville Herald boasts of afield of macaroni wheat five feet and a half tall. The Optic in its report of the telegraphers strike, says that operators are working at Pi'ermo, Her Ui old and Stanley. That's a little funny, Bro. Palmer, there isn't even a depot at Palermo, just a bunch of ties. Guess again. The Minot Eagle band gave another delightful concert on the square Friday night. A stranger remarked, "Well, who would have thought that away out in Northwestern North Dakota, one could hear such music?" It is a well known fact that the band is doing its share towards advertising Minot. On account of Prof. Ladd's strict method of enforcing th...

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. — 9 August 1905

99 le^ ry m he a d ?e a I'n is je 3e JS a le te is le' is r: 4 I ^wn.'.^aw" 'nnir—3r -ive.""!'" •&. .00 1.00 T5c .25 .25 The county dads are in session again. Binder twine is selling iu Minot tor 11% and 12 cents. Don't drink germ infected wa­ ter. Buy Osceola, It's pure. WANTED—One or two wait­ resses at Montana restaurant, Willistori, N. D. t2 Judge Goss has stated that there will be no civil cases tried in this term of court. Rev. Nicolay Nelson and wife and Miss Josephine Heggie, from LaCrosse, Wis., were the guests of Mr. and rs. Ed Fredeen at Ryder Sunday. Divine services at the German Lutheran church Sunday, Aug. 13, at 2 p. in. iu the Norwe­ gian clnnch. near the Soo depot. 160 acr6 Ranch on the White Earth River, 75 acres under irrigation. 800 acres adjoining for pasture air under fence, good hpuse, barn and cattle sheds For further information write to Minor Topics J. K. SCHOENING, the Landman, Ross, North Dakota I'liiij. TENCH, Pastor. During: the month of June there ...

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. — 9 August 1905

!f i'- $ 6.00 Men's Suits 8.00 5.00 nm rvwn-f* $ 4.00 5.00 7.00 10.00 ...... 15.00 $3.00 Boy's Suits 4.00 50c Men's Underwear oc $1.00 fl.00 10.00 25c .. 50c 75c 50c Men's Over Shirts... oe 50C Ut secure a sample of the grain also that is threshed from the CRUSADE BEGUN AGAINST TIN-HORNS The Minot officers have begun their crusade against tin-horn jramblers. pick-pockets, thugs and thieves in general. Realiz­ ing that there was to be a great -rop harvested in the Northwest, and being driven out of Fargo iind other large cities, the tin­ horns have flocked to Minot, and hold-ups are an almost nightly occurrence. With them nave come a gang of lewd women, so base that they will not stop at any crime. In order to get rid of these women, the officers real ize that they must first get the thugs out of the way. Elmer Falkenberg, a worthless fellow, was arrested charged with living from the earnings of lewd women, with vagrancy, with in­ habiting gambling dens, and with causing the ruin of ...

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. — 9 August 1905

1 Minor Topics Drink Osceola Water. Mr. Moon, from Sherwood, is moving to Aiinotv P. A. Riulrl from. Fjirgo is the .guest of his brother, the band­ master. Register San horn has returned tfrom a mouth's visit at the [coast cities. fSjM. A. Johnson is here fioin trfmneapoli.s to .»en a land and Joan office either iu Minot or 'feerthold. CEO. E. 0 in rpgard "g"-"gl y"ri»u.»y'r ^vr.. ^'"i-^'i'yyi -'"-a" 1 Just so long as you live] You will need money 1 The longer you live the more you will need* Better save something while you are young and active* a* THE MINOT NATIONAL BANK pays 4 per cent interest on, Savings Accounts. in at Mrs. 0. C. Thomson from Min­ neapolis is the guest of Miss Ellen Heinhold and Mrs. Fred Willman. Blakey's. Delicious Hot Weather Beverages and Ices, An Expert Soda Foutain Man to Wait on Yu. Minot Souvenirs, Shell Goods Novelties. Alderman Rainstad brot to this office a fine sample of Nor­ wegian bearded barley, the first of the kind he has ever raised. It will y...

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. — 9 August 1905

s#m\ !t R. D. Kodol Tuesday, August 22 1. 2:40 Pace and Trot, 3 in 5 Purse $-100 2. 2:10 Pace and Trot, 3 in 5 Purse 5tX) 3. Mile Dash (run) L'nrsa 200 4. 1 Mile Dash (run) Purse 210 Wednesday, August 23 5. 2 35 Pace and Trot, 3 in 5 15. 2:15 Pace and Trot, 3 in 5 7. J., Mile Dash (run) S. Mile Dash (run) Harness Entries close Aug. 15 Running E-ntries close Aug. 21 mm mm MONEY AT INTEREST. Wotks Sundays, Holidays and 24 Hours a Day. A SAVINGS ACCOUNT MEANS IINDEPEINDSINCE. PEACE of JVUIND and SECURITY from most of the Troubles of Life. It takes $1 to start a Savings Account which draws Four por cent Interest. The Minot National Bank. Th« S1.00 Grand Meeting of the WARD COUNTY I-'1 air®. Racing' ASSOCIATION will be held on Association Grounds mmmm 11.riuk 11 A l- 1 DARING Balloon Ascension A. ju.,.4. 1 .1 PURSES $5,600.00 PROGRAM Purse $100 Purse 500 Purse 200 Purse 200 EATON, L. S. CHAMPINE., Sec'y, Starting Judge. Minot, N. D. DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT bottle contains 2tt...

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. — 9 August 1905

i. I If* I Pfrorn.K"!'I8.75C Phone 249 4 CUTLERY SALE. We have just purchased a salesman's samples of Pocket Knives, Razors and Butcher Knives at a big discount and they will be sold very low. tO IOC Worth to $1.25 Butcher Knives from v* Razors from. —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 changed to a regular buggy. We Also Handle a Full Line of FARM MACHINERY and THRESHERS SUPPLIES Main Office, Minot, N. D. Branch Office at Sawyer, N. D. LORGE & KNORR. 0000000000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 1 THE GREAT NORTHERN I LUMBER CO. Windsor Hotel. John Hoelllncer, Prop. Rates, II to $1.25] per day. Excellent Accommodations. Corner 2d and Ramstad Sts., one Block West of Soo Depot MINOT, N.'D. S. J. ROGNLIE, MUSIC TEACHER. Best Conservatory Methods Usod. MINOT. N. D. 44 MIINOT, NORTH DAKOTA. We have on hand a complete line of all kinds of BUILDI...

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