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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 30 August 1905

M" I I *j« Type. The readers of the INDEPEN­ DENT will remember that last week we stated that the games of graft should not have been al­ lowed to oDerabe on the streets of Minot. This week we will try to explain just why we made such a statement. Judge Nehe miah Davis of the couuty court, caused thearrestofthreeof the fa­ kers—for that is all the fellows are who OD rated the games—and confiscated their outfits. Simple looking little devices you would say and so perfect is the arrange­ ment that you could look for a week and not discover anything wrong in them. Just a little game of chance. The editor of the INDEPENDENT was shown the wicked little arrangements and will say that they are the worst contrivances that ever a develish mind conceived. The man who op jerates the device is a gambler ot the worst type. More, he is a 01 low-bred thief. The man who deliberately holds a gun under your nose and demands from you your money—is a gentleman to the side of the fellow who stands on th...

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. — 6 September 1905

I CIRCULATION 3,250 VOLUME 4. NUMBER 24- DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE Mrs. Charles Rogers, wife of a rancher from southwest of Minot twenty miles, died Thurs­ day shortly before noon, on the way to Minot. The woman was taken very ill and her husband believing that she would die be­ fore a physician could be sum­ moned, hitched up his team and placing his wife in the buggy, started for Minot as fast as his horses could take him. Mrs. Rogers informed her husband that she believed she could not live through the journey, and died shortly afterwards. The frantic husband continued to Will Take Trade from Minot. Garrison, the new town on the Soo extension from Underwood, is booming. Up to date there are two newspapers, the McLean County Independent, by John S. Johnson, and the Coal Harbor Times, which removed to Garri­ son, besides three banks, four hardware stores, four general stores and three hotels. Garri­ son is only eighteen miles from Ryder, and tnuch of the grain in that country will b...

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. — 6 September 1905

THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June, IS, 1902. as Second-Class Mutter, Postofflce, Minot, N, D. Act of Congress of Msuvh l.«7n MINOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT* The enterprising merchant who advertises in the newspapers does not need to fear the competition of the mail order houses. He is .neeting tliem upon their own ground and can beat them both in prices and quality. The Rev. E. S. Peake, a well known Episcopal clergyman of Minneapolis, died at Valley City a week ago Monday, aged 75 years. He was one of the pioneer missionaries of the northwest, and also a member of the convocation which elected Bishop Whipple. Dr. W. R. Owen of Sublette, 111., committed snicide at the First Baptist, Church of the City of Minneapolis two weeks ago by shoot­ ing himself with a revolver at the close of the sermon. It must have been a pretty strong sermon to have caused such an unusual occurrenc...

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. — 6 September 1905

maker usu an be OR fruits cious. )DS CORN PRICE Minor Topics Drink Osceola Water. F. M. Britton is building a big barn, 38x40, south of town. Mrs. Jos. Winter is visiting relatives at Spirit Lake, Iowa. Frost appeared in tha low places Saturday and Sunday nights. A. P. Slocum spent last week in St. Paul buying a holiday line of goods. Farmers state that the hot spell last w^ek caused grain to ripen so fast that before it could be harvested a good deal of it had shelled out. The percentage of the entire yield is very small, however. Should be DEPOSITED In SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULT. Osceola Mineral Spring Water is free from organic matter. Purely a mineral water and therefore healthful. H. E. Wheeler has a tempting grocery advertisement in this issue. Some prices are quoted away below cost. Read it.. A party'of duck hunters Sun­ day brought in 204 birds which they killed in the big sloughs southwest of town. Farmers, we are able at the present time to write your tire insurance. Briggs, Lar...

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. — 6 September 1905

Hosiery Specials Ladies' Fancy I) mble Fleeced Cotton Hose, pn e-t (Cp tit, for *3» Ladies' All Wool Hose, extra heavy ribbed, black nc* and oxford Women's and Children's Fine Ribbed Maeo Yam Hose, all sizes 5 to 10, special value at 20c, 23c and 25c. This sale ic* choice of all sizes '3« Men's Extra Heavy Wool Half Hose, gray, oxford and white, worth 35c. The lot, 40 doz. pieces, will go at no. per pair twli MINOT OPTIC IN HANDS OF A RECEIVER The Grand Forks Herald commenting on the present trouble of the Minot Optic says: On application of the Second National Bank of Minot, in an action to foreclose a mortgage, Judge Fisk yesterday morn­ ing appointed R. C. Sanborn as receiver of the newspaper property. Heiner & Palmer, owners of the newspaper pro­ perty are cited to appear in the district court Saturday and show cause why the receivership should not be continued. When the present owners of the paper came in possession of the property, a secund mortgage was given to the Second...

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. — 6 September 1905

& NEWS OF THE STATE A field of harley at Bottineau averaged -40 bushels per acre. A $20,000 brick school hr use is under construction at Down in Minneapolis the ice cream is made from gelatine, starch and custard, a,nd simply will not melt. A Markillieman is said to have bundles of grain so large and heavy as to make the ground sag in places. Thorval Stromsett of Bowbells is.said to be the first man in the county to thresh barley. It av eraged well and he got 30 cents a bushel for it. C. Iv. Knudson, a Lansford merchant, cut ten acres of timo 5 thy with a binder and will thresh I it for seed, most of which has been spoken for. •. Some farmers are having a lit­ tle trouble cutting their grain on account of the soft condition of the ground. The graiu ripened very suddenly and must be cut at once. II. A. Langlie of Fargo, who owns a large tract of sandy land south of Towner,, is growing alfalfa very successfully on the land, which otherwise would be of little use. Gooler A Gooler o...

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. — 6 September 1905

viatw \f''"" Minot, r^,~ MINOR TOPICS. Drink Osceola Water. John Botz, Sr.. is now nicely located in his new home, which is one of the best built in the '•itv •iwsitsjwT: ^^WWWVWWWWVWAWWWAW| That's a picture of the piano the lucky lady in the INDEPENDENT'S piano contest will receive December 16. jt arrangements are being made *ect M. E. churches at Upham Han try. O. Hall from Mohall is in ity faking treatment from physicians. Contrary ports, he is not here to take Swanson's buttermilk Tho with the history, over crowt so until building. A Andy I died and 9 1 «,. fidol & sk for day. MKy ti syn-/ For trss The largest stock of Men's and Boys Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps and Shoes ever ship­ ped west of Grand Forks. S are Waiting for You. Invite Your Inspection. Wheeler's Old Stand. Twelve car loads of locomo­ tives bound for Japan passed through Minot last week. Are you lacking in strength and vigor? Are you weak? Are you in pain? Do you feel all run down? The blessing of healt...

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. — 6 September 1905

*JO,000 SurfetyBond Meters White's Famous Ice Cream. W« have the largest and anly •xclvsiTt Tea Cream Factory in tlie Northwest. Our cream is sold by all leading.druggists and ice creaoi parlors in the city and surrounding towns. Because it is the best and most pure cream on Yy ll\^ ^••the market. Ask for it and accept no other. It's a cracker-jack—the more you eat, the more you want. Try one of our Neapolitan bricks, or a quart of our Philadelphia ice cream for your Sunday dinner. We pack and detiver all orders free of charge. We also rnanufaatur® Ices, Sherbets and everything in frozen dainties. Special priccs to Retail Dealers and Church Socials. E. J. WHITE, Sole Proprietor, Minot, INorth Dakota. Vote For Your Favorite \YTITII evary 25 cent purchase at my place, you are given one vote on a $100 Wesley Upright Piano, valued at $400, These votes are to be cast for the most popular church, school, lodge, organization or lady in Minot or vicinity. It costs you no more to deal with m...

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. — 6 September 1905

*-*7 ct {espfv? y4\*J 1 1 It 1 .-V Thr,« •1& ..h *t'i*^^ift^^swrr 'I^T' I Iniurance Lowered. ^Through the efforts of James the insurance rates on many buildings in the city have ten lowerpd from per ni'lred dollars in prices ns low .'!£ 1.2ft.. This means a waving I several hundreds of dollars. with th history, overcro1rc« so until building. jiwap 1 "i The purchase from the factory at a tremendous sacrifice of a part.of the Kops Piano Co/s stock, enables us to offer pianos of good quality at ridiculously low prices* These pianos are out of our reg­ ular line and can therefore be bought at your own price. We also had about 25 of our own pianos damaged during the heavy storm several weeks ago* We now have these all repaired and if low prices will move l^them there will certainly be none left (after this sale* NOISE AM) t*I NEWSPAPER Doesn't make a druggist The good druggist is the druggist who follows the th^t recommend themselves. Yours to please, Andy Be CEO. W. GETTS NO UNPLEAS...

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. — 6 September 1905

•V H. E. INDEPENDENT Bros. & Hardy, 3 per cent. Grand Forks Herald, 3 per cent. Knight Printing Co., 3 percent. Clas£ 2—Legal Blanks, Ward Co. Reporter, 0 per cent. Knight Printing Co., 0 per cent. Her­ OUR BRANDS ARE 1ST PATENT, Pride of Minot. 2ND PATENT, Ligniti. 6RAHABI 3fld BREAKFAST FOOD. MRS. JOHN EHR INJURED IN A FALL. Mrs. John Ehr was seriously injured Saturday evening about six o'clock, by falling down the cellar stairs, fully ten feet. Had it not been for the wash boiler which she carried in her hand, she would in all probability have been instantly killed. Just aa she stepped from the first to the second step she fell forward ,head first, striking the boiler at the bottom. The force of the fall threw her right shoulder out of place and one of the smaller oorien of her left hand was bro­ ken. Drs. Newlove anq|Taylor were immediately called and after Mrs. Ehr was given ether, the joint frasreplaced. is recovering slowly terrible experience. PRICES That's what we quote...

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. — 6 September 1905

r:^£i£: Ml 1 l«pl |m1 Iwl loT«l •Ii ICTC! •X* •n [•nl !»1« jOX«9i 1 \^e have spared no ti^ie, money or expense to make this the leading department store of the North­ west. As a consequence, yoto will see the grkndest display of up-to-date merchandise that it has ever been your lot to see outside of the large cities of the United s%f- Our metlj^ds will 1^ metropolitan' l^oth in *the l^ne of merchandise, %e earr^ and the way we shall conduct qur business. We shall carry a full and complete Hue of Dry Goods, Notions, Lace. Gloveg, Ribbons, Ladies and Children's ready made weaf, Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Millinery, Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, and a complete litie of Men's. Ladies' and Children's Shoes We shall make a special effort to give to the peo­ .rrtflB-gg-izyai KSEH SPECIAL MENTION Remember Sbuvenir Day, 1 KEAVIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE. E I N N I N SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th, At 9 a. m. sharp, at which time we will throw ...

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. — 6 September 1905

t. ?C^: ^^:"r%Vi"rN'-y •'.':'i and Office Business. SQUARE DEALING! That's what it means to you to trade with us* Others may tell you that they sell lower, but they do not tell you that they are giving you inferior goods. But we believe our prices and the quality of goods we put out cannot help but satisfy you. SEASONABLE GOODS: We are closing out our broken lines of winter goods at prices remarkably low. Our departments are all well-stocked. Remember that we pay the highest prices for butter and eggs. Yours for good, honest dealing, GLEVEN & HANSON, MINOT, N. D. ENGINE WORK. Before you start threshing, bring in your engine and get it overhauled. We fix the engines so thev work. New flues furnished, old flues repaired, all repairs furnished, and in fact we can put the engine in first-class shape for the fall's run. A I N A N S Often you will see such a headline in our papers, but yon may be certain that ED. M. MIENCIER, **"~v ED. M. MIENCIER, did not do the work. He puts up buil...

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. — 6 September 1905

MISS McGLYNN ENTERS CONTEST IN EARNEST The INDEPENDENT'S popular piano contest has commenced to stir up the people in the western part of the county. So far the only contestant from western Ward county is Miss Eva Mc Glynn, a Ross lady. The INDE­ PENDENT received a letter from Miss McGlynn this morning, a part of which follows: Indeed, 1 am very thankful for my interest in the piano con­ test. So far there are quite a number about White Edrth and Ross who are interested in the contest and are willing to do their best to help it along." Miss AlcGlynn and her friends may be depended upon to do some geod work. So far she is in the lead. Miss McGlynn has already sent in several subscrip­ tions and will be heard from again next week. Ross Lady and Her Friends Are Doing Some Good Work—-Interest in the Independent's Piano Contest Is Growing Each Week* Ifc is important for the con­ testants who are really in earn­ est to cast their votes early. Friends of the contestants should not hold bac...

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. — 13 September 1905

CIRCULATION 3,250 (0 2 vc III O _l Id IL 111 0 55 a iu 1 it- O -I flQ 111 C! 1 VOLUME 4. NUMBER 25. DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? LIGHTNING STRIKES STANLEY MAN Oscar Koupang, a Stanley farmer, was struck by lightning Thursday but for some mys­ terious reason still lives to tell of his narrow escape. Lightning struck his house, ran down the stove pipe tearing it to pieces, scattering ashes and fire over the floor. Oscar was stunned, and the shoes on his feet' were torn into shreds and two holes knocked in tne floor. Last sum­ mer he was standing between two horses when lightning killed both of them. His brother was killed by lightning* Ladies' Tailoring Establishment. A ladies' tailoring establish­ ment will carry on a very large business in oneiof the business rooms of Peter Ehr's new build­ ing. Parties from Montana aie bellind the project. Fine Farm for Sale. One of the finest and best lo­ cated farms in the vicinity of Minot, 320 acres, two miles southwest of Minot, practically all a...

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. — 13 September 1905

THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. IS, 1902. as Second-Class Matter. PostoOlce, Minot, N. D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1K79 MINOT, N. 1)., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 190: EDITORIAL COMMENT. H. H. Hiener is contemplating the publication of another daily paper for Minot. The name of the publication has not been announced. During the recent storms on the great lakes nc less than eight boats and two hundred lives were lost. The wreckage and some of the bodies are already being washed ashore. Senator Culberson of Texas is quoted as having said the Demo­ crats were ready to unite with the Republicans for the purpose of legislating for the regulation of the railroads. Eleven county jails in the seventh congressional district in Kansas are empty. And Kansas is a prohibition state too. North Dakota will hardly bear a comparison with Kansas. Col. Boyden of the Lisbon Free Press struck the right note when he said: "...

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. — 13 September 1905

mi Ladies' Silk Suits in all the leading shades, made in the latest styles, up-to-date. Regularly sold at $30.00 to $50.00., Our grand opening A A price, suit Ladies' Silk Petticoats, the regular $5.00 kind, black, blue and brown, grand opening A ft A price, each O 1 KEAVIN'S DEPARTMENT GRAND OPENING! SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16.1905 OF THE NEW KEAVIN DEPARTMENT STORE. Promptly at 9 o'clock Saturday morning: when we throw our doors open to the public, will be the end of eight months steady work preparing for this opening event. In that time we have succeeded in having built for our purpose the most handsome and commodious business block in the City of Minot. We also have spent the larger portion of the time in scouring the leading markets of the American Continent to select a stock of Merchandise that would do credit to the event, be a credit to the peop'e and City of Minot, as well as a credit to ourselves. How well we have succeeded will be readily seen by a visit to our establishment ...

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. — 13 September 1905

?1 H'-j The piano contest lias attract­ ed attenii 11 from iww quarters. Saturday he name Abraham was introduced by one of her friends, who resides near the home of Miss Abra­ hams south.of Minot. Regard­ ing the last he said: •'You may be certain that she is popular and will make a good run. We will all help her." Miss Abraham leads the race this week with 750 votes. Miss McGlynn we are told, has been doing some excellent work in the White Earth and Ross country, driving through the country to the »outh. She is meeting with excellent success, we are told, but casts only 100 votes this week. You may look for some­ thing to drop next week. Miss McGlynn is but little be­ low Miss Abraham. A lady from north of the city visited this office Saturday and has declared her intention of entering the con­ test. The contest is young yet and it is hard to tell who will get the piano. Thirteen weeks re­ main yet for the contest. The hardest work of course remains to be done. Up to this time no c...

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. — 13 September 1905

-I V' I) The loss of three of the most 2 important books from the Mc 8 Henry county officials, leads the tax paj'ers of that common­ wealth to believe that everything is not just as it should be in our neighbor on the east. A. few months ago the court house at Towner burned and the county commissioners have been very neglectful in providing anew structure. A vote to bond the county for the purpose of building anew court house, was submitted to the people but the soreheads of the county defeated the proposition. However, if the county commissioners wished to provide a proper building, they could do so, for the law states plainly that they may expend $20,000 for such a structure. A NORWEGIAN DRUQ STORE FOR MINOT C. E. Heiredahl of Kenyon, Minn., Will Have- New Store in Minot in a Month—Was Here Last Week and Bougut Home. C. E. Heiredahl from Kenyon, Minn., a druggist, was here dur­ ing last week, and during his visit here procured a $2,000 pome and will secure a good lo ation on Main ...

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. — 13 September 1905

sihw Ask for 0 Phone 248 MINOT, THE GREAT NORTHERN LUMBER CO. The largest stock of Men and Boys' Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps and Shoes ever ship ped west of Grand Forks. Wheeler's OSd Stand. Minot, North Dakota. E3www The «5^ MINOT, NOR TH DAKOTA. We have on hand a complete line of all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL at prices that are right. Don't foil to get our figures before buy ing elsewhere. 'he Independent Dealers. The Great Northern Lumber Company. oooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooOooooooo-ooooooooo Western Employment Bureau. Careful Minot City Property for Sale, Briggs, Larson & Edminster, AAinot, No. Oak. OY5PEPS1A the 1905 K«dot Almanac and 200 Year Calendar. McCOY & CO., MINOT, IN. D. 0O4OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMO«O«O«OOOOOOOOOOOOftOOOOOOOOOO www^V Abstracters. That is a title which we are doing our best to deserve. Our many patrons are unanimous in their praises of our prompt, neat work. Give us a trial. We have a nice list of North Da­ kota farms and ranches fo...

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. — 13 September 1905

A 2-~) ti W A We guarantee our prices and these oods to be as low as any in the city, and per cent is off this low price. One Lot of Hose NEWS OF THE STATE Two blind piggers at LiansCord va" moosed. Five bushels of fino apples were picked from the Deitrich yard at Bismarck. Wheat and oats are turning out 25 and 70 bushels respectively at Bowbells. More grain than usual was stacked at Bowbells owing to the scarcity of hands. North Dakota has two hundred thou­ sand hogs and eleven million blind pigs. Bishop Mann, who was on his way east, was touched for $100 in New York State. The hot weather is said to have dam­ aged the wheat in the Red River Valley some. lows-parties mayntsrt anew batik at Rugby which field is pretty well cov ored now. C. M. Perry, a cattln raiser from ken msre. won seventeen prises at the fair last week. W. E. Slavin'# macaroni whaat aver­ aged 25bushels at Granville and weighed •ut 62 pounds. The Lansford Times hae instalbd a fin»new cylinder press and is jetting...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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