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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 13 September 1905

pFCT r- "I •t'g-. 5 lisp I# lust I 1 I I in Ward county nineteen years ago and I left the country swear­ ing: that I would never return," explained John Kebrud to an IN­ DEPENDENT reporter. "You see, I came to Minot in the early days. In fact, I was the first man here who owned a threshing outfit. I got in one of those •team separators, the first of the kind out, and started threshing. Well, the first fall the frost got the wheat in the valley before it had time to mature, and there were but a few scattering fields on the prairie. Then 1 went into the wheat raising business and put in 500 acres of fine wheat, it looked splendid and I was sure it would go forty bushels to the acre. But one day a few weeks before the wheat had. ma­ tured a hot wind came up from the southwest. It turned the beautiful wheat a little the first day and we began to shake our heads. All that night it contin­ ued to blow and seemed to get hotter all the time. The next day and the next night and the a.'Xt day...

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. — 13 September 1905

SLOCUM'S Minor Topics A nice line of street hats at the Heritage millinery. Mrs. F. II. Herrick is very ill of typhoid pneumonia at the hos­ pital. No more Canadian wheat can be shipped out of Sherwood in bond. The business has proved very unsatisfactory. R. F. Evans is more than pleased with the result of his summer's work. He threshed Monday 820 bushels of wheat, 370 bushels of oats and 80 bush­ els of flax, and has 25 acres of flax yet to thresh. Wednesday, Sept. 20th, will be the Great Fashion Event and Grapd Fall Millinery Opening at the Leland De- Biggest. artment Store, Minot's Busiest and Best trade Emporium. A cordial in­ vitation extended to all. Miss Thompson, who has charge of our Millinery Parlors, is an art­ ist of rare ability and will be pleased to show you the largest stock of Millinery Creations ever brought to the Northwest. High and Art Millinery in all the new Paris, London, Berlin and Amer­ ican models. Don't forget the date. OFFICE AMD SHOP ONE BLOCK EAST OF S...

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. — 13 September 1905

GRAND For our opening week, begfnning Saturday, Sept. 1G, we will place on sale 200 Men's Suits, all sizes, pcrfect goods and make, worth up to $12.50, latest styles and patterns, round and square cuts, g— q" fl­ at. the attractive price of, suit KEAVIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1905. We ask and desire every man in Ward county and surrounding country to visit our mammoth Clothing Depart3 ment during our opening week if possible, or at any time later* You will see a stock of clothing that will be a wonder for you to see in a city the size of Minot. [See These Prices for Our Opening Week: Our line of Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps are unex­ celled—the prices the lowest—the shapes the latest. Don't miss looking them over. Our Furnishing Goods Department will appeal to all. Everything that could be desired—Neckwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves and Mittens, Handkerchiefs—and all at the prices you waut to pay. The largest stock of Clothing in the gre...

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. — 13 September 1905

& $50 Land 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 department's 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, brine 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 We make a specialty of making grain tanks. Come in and see what we are doing and we believe we will get your order. We are equipped here with a *as engine and emery wheel, a...

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. — 13 September 1905

A :5Tf:V l» f. 4 •l It .w *li. I }f %U £i» Ife' I The Honor hilt Shoe Absolute comfort from MRS. EUGENE TEUTSCH PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY Grim death, the respect or of no one, enteml the home of Eugene Teutsch at 12:30 o'clock Saturday morning and severed the life thread of his loving com­ panion. The news of the death of Mrs. Teutsch cast a gloom over the whole city when it be­ came generally known Saturday morning. Only the evening before Mr. and Mrs. Teutsch had driven over the entire city. Mrs. Teutsch was in her usual good health. They viewed the many new resi­ dences under the course of con­ struction as they had but a day or two before sold their residence at their old home in Missouri and they had plans all drawn for a lovely new residence which in a few days would have been started. About ten o'clock they returned home and after a pleasant social chat retired for the night. Short­ ly after midnight Mrs. Teutsch became suddenly ill with convul­ sions and it was with great diffi­ ...

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. — 20 September 1905

CITATION vfi |^3,300 *11) H: •'j' uii I I&. to [o DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? The Minot National liank was (0 closed by the order of the eo.np h« troller of the currency Tuesday fl£ morning. When depositors at tempted to open the door of ,21. that financial institution Tues­ day morning they were confront­ ed with the sign on the door, This bank is closed awaiting _^the order of the controllor of the currency.'' O Hard-working farmers, care­ worn business men, and men ana women of all walks of life, are naturally feeling a little blue to­ day on account of the financial disaster of the bank. The de­ posits have been exceptionally [•J Ul IlL fo Li large. In the statement pub­ lished less than two weeks ago the amount of paper and cash on deposit amounted to $115, 000, so Pres. Erickson swore, according to the best of his knowledge. Mr. Erickson was prostrated over the trouble and all day Tuesday kept to his room at the Leland. Farmers who had de­ posits in the institution heard the...

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. — 20 September 1905

THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. G. F. TRUAX, Publisher G. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June, If, 1902. as Second-Class Mutter, Postofflce, Minot, N. D. Act of Corwess of March 1N7S1 MIXOT, N. I)., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, L»0O EDITORIAL COMMENT. Here is a scheme for some bright doctor of Ward county. The German government offers a reward of $2,000,000 for a cure for tuberculosis. A Bismarck farmer raised Wisconsin dent corn in 85 days. Good corn can be raised in North Dakota, although the ears may not be verjT large. Corn properly planted is a paying crop. Colonel Lounsberry has accepted an important position in the United States Land Office in Washington. The Colonel knows all about the land office business and will be a valuable man at Wash­ ington. The wife of a Berwick business man attacked an impertinent farmer with a mop. The fellow had been ordered off the place and was not a little slow in complying with orders. The!1 broom evi­ dently was not handy. Nan...

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. — 20 September 1905

REFUSED TO WORK FOR THE COUNTY So the Hose Is Turned on Wm. Buchanan —The Sight of Work Has a Peculiar Effect on a Strong, Robust, Worthless Fellow. When Sheriff Lee attempted to take VVm. Buchanan, the wife beater, out to work on the new cement sidewalk which is being vbuilt Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for you. tf. To Close Sherwood Houses. State's Attorney McGee lias •placed injunctions on the houses of ill fame conducted by Harry Hill and Mrs. Way of Sherwood. A prominent Sherwood citizen Tuesday complained to the at­ torney, with the above result. The parties will not only be en­ joined from conducting houses of ill fame, but also from telling liquor. Mrs. Way was recently fined ^200 by Judge Goss for conduct­ ing a house of prostitution, but it seems that this only served to make her bold. Dear Gus:—1 have solve the mother in-law problem, just give her regularly Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It will make her healthy, happy and docile as a...

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. — 20 September 1905

Grow Minot. O 6 U«tf $0,000 Surety Bond] Meters OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO OOOO OOOO Phon« 240 MINOT, 0000000000000000 oooo oooo o-ooooooo aoo-o 0 ooooo-oo-o oooooooo 1 THE GREAT NORTHERN I LUMBER CO. For The largest stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps and Shoes ever ship­ ped west of Grand Forks. We are Waiting for You. We Invite Your Inspection. Wheeler's Old Stand. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar. McCOY 5r CO., MINOT, N. D. MIINOT, »\Or.'TH DAKOTA. We have on hand complete line of all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL at prices that are right. Don't fail to _.t our figures before buy­ ing elsewhere. The Independent Dealers. The Great Northern Lumber Company. I OOOO OOOO OOOO 0 oooo oooo oooo oooc Western Employment Bureau. North Dakota cota. The Careful 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 farm...

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. — 20 September 1905

a "EWS OF THE STATE **A Rligby hunter shot the Hrst goose of the season. Tioga will havo a new depot in 60 days—or less. The Tiogo state bank, with $10,000 capital, has lwn organized. ^The Bism*k Tribune remarks that North Dakota is long on political has beens." There is a rush to secure lands in the irrigation districts of the western part of the state. J. O. Billabury, a Maxbass farmer, is exhibiting a potato weighing three and one-fourth pounds. ^Lon Rouse's 300 acres of wheat yield I 5,000 bushels at Bowbells, and from I acres of oats he raised 1.000 bushels. The dairy cow is the only represents ^«e of the bovine race that can look a hog in the face and say," I am as profit­ able as you." A. Bowbells man has "pickled up 100 prairie chickens for "winter chewing." An idea of his own and an original way of expressing it. The editor of the Renville County Tribune, in a half day's drive, counted 27 threshing machines pounding out No. 1 hard wheat. Chris Briggs sold a 160-acre farm th...

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. — 20 September 1905

he tc| better past records Suits Coafs artdT Fursr Ladies' Suits, made of high-grad^ ma leriaU. Jackets in| the very latest cuts, threp-quarters length, shifts nicely fcriawasd, colors bmck, bltya^Snd green. $35.11) Suit. Saturday's price EK|tU K(OOII $22.50 I Cl£« iv i» •. Ladies' Fur-lined }Coats,' mhdfe-'in full lengths, with lootee and tight-titting backs. Genuine prime CUE, English beaver shells, dark browhiMarten col-, ors. Worth 345.00* t97 Rfl Saturday's price.. I Vfc 11UU 50 Coats for Ladies, in three-vuarters lengths, silk-lined, heavy pebbled'chev­ iot, fur collars, in colors castor blue, in-own, green and black, vorih $30, Saturdays price. Misses' Coats in all lengths, styles and colors, beautifully trimmed. Prices to juiirt» on tiaturdav from S1.U810 ". $10.00 LaditV Furs in the latest styles, all lengths in dark coon, minks, martens and numerous other kinds of furs. Saturday's prices to range from u9c to $10.00 30 Men's Overcoats, made with Black Oar flush Lining, mart...

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. — 20 September 1905

i.A !t:" n: 'i.liV/ '-S .'i( «H .W 'm.'I vcno/7. "fc'wii: .a-wi- ,-- ylrtf, i-vfcv- (t hvoJj'.nio bli'ov,•'•/•.'$&( t?i i'^J 1 IJ M' ')$'% *j' •'.J'v'.l 1",:I ,,, ,,,..!• I r.. 1 ,1. 1 lt'WiV.s* in r- style, fi iiji« IX V. I -f i* a\W ,"_i:!)'.xvi'ii'1 ni Wl ,••- -'I *i I'I li'i.'iT 1^1 -nit •-•'•ji» .., 4 iiojjwJ® 4 reatcr Dy rat Fhan Ever Ouf Mfcs ... .l»iduiuU.UU! VJiU^\uu twiUa cM \l- i. •.! .• liiw j'vfu :i j. ji1 I• \\\tm ^\J?T '.MJ.ilj I •jclloh ji nivi' i! rs Mix iww -.' I I .viti'fflrl. 1 djifl If 1 1 nil 1 i" 1 j• I'f 1 4, I I- .. J., I 11/ V» 1 mT'O"*- 'f (j ",M'Ti*rT: «. '"l I'm* *. If!' 1 '1 •]. On the First Day of our Opening Week, Saturday last, the crowds were simply enormous* We doubt if ever a store in the Great State of North Dakota ever had such a crowd of people pass in and out its doors in one day, and such a good natured crowd too, just like one big family* 5 That the prices the people found our goods marked was highly appreciated was evident by the eagern...

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. — 20 September 1905

tc PI re S la( teri thr trie $35 »n« Lac )en{ l»ac bea ors. Sat 50 ten" »t, bro Vor Mia CMIO *10.' *1.9 Lad leng and Sati Iron 50 I Car 1»3 1 ined day' 75 twill plaic day's. 45 E style rang iit« storr on S, Meu and jng, 5100 per Men": Battrs. wortl price- Ml.mr brow.i Sat HI Hiss rot Mfcs TOtl Miss TI:I li (VP I.C tfsft Minot, Minor Topics DrinR Osceola Water. A new* boiler was installed at the city pumping plant this week. Butter milk is eold at the Mi­ not creamery at five cents a gallon. tf Dan Johnson returned from a trip through Canada. He filed on land near Moosejaw. The big blizzard took place just two years ago Tuesdav and Wednesday, Sept., 12 and 13. Mofe than thirty wagon loads of fine wheat were hauled to one of the Minot elevators Sunday. The Lei and Department stoie is unpacking .$3,000 worth of fine new fall and winter goods. Blakey's Fountain is charged with Osceola Spring Water. Therefore his soda water is best. N. A. Kennedy will drill wel^ for T. P. Muliek. A. Robi...

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. — 20 September 1905

COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commlssion era, Ward County, North Dakota. MONDAY, SEPT. 4, 1905. The board of county commissioners met on th above dale at 9 o'clock at) per adjournment in the otlice of the county auditor, Lorn. Buck iu the chair. Members present—Richardson, Car­ roll and Tobeuson Swtmson absent. After looking over and accepting some of tbe bills and reading tue minutes cf last meeting the board adjourned until 2 o'clock p. m., Sept. 4, 1905, AFTERNOON SHSSION. The board met at '2 o'clock p. tii. as per adjournment, Com. Black in the cnair. All members present. Moved by Com Carroll and seconded by Com. Richardson that the minutes of last meeting be approved as read. Motion carried. Moved by Com Richardson and seconded by Com. Torbenson that the following petitions be accepted. Motiou carried: That the township 16*2, range 93, be organized aa a school organization. That Sweetwater School District No. 32 be divided and set aside and organ ized into a ...

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. — 20 September 1905

Cicero Vannette has his new home near completion. Frank Klegg is building a new dwelling, which will improve east Striugtown wonderlull\r e* r. TIM O'LEARY NEAR DEATH IN A WELL Strinutowx, N. D., Sept. 11. The harvesting is about over, with tlif fxception of some late flax, and tlie farmers are waiting patiently for the threshing ma ehines to arrive and thresh them out, then the hauling will begin. The prices of grain do not con­ form with the wishes of some of the farmers, but of course they will have to withstand it, as it is one of the inevitables. James Williamson and family and Frank Klegg went to Minot last Saturday. Miss Olive Witham spent Sun­ day with her mother. Mrs. Katie Stoddard's sister was out. and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard. Ira Stoddard was confined to the house last Saturday with a slight indisposition, but was able to l-e out again Sunday. Well Driller from South of Minot Attempts to Loosen Rock at Bottom of 100-foot Well—Taken Out Just in Time. J. A....

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. — 20 September 1905

S Land Office Business. SQUARE DEALING! That's what it means to you to trade with us* Others may tell you that the}* 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, CLEVEN & 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 THE GRAND HOTEL. PETER ILDVEDSEIN. Prop.. MIINOT, IV. DAK, RATES $1.00 and $1.25 per day. H. A HURD. We solicit all classes of work in our line. Plans and Specifications fur­ nished...

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. — 20 September 1905

tt. i- uthxrotolk Jtuvi .ft) msm ./ S' i®T V- ?vw :'.sy ..f 1 i:i ifi® k'4' wr ferl JW THE CROWS. IAT^theIJ OPERA HOUSE SEPTEMBER and 30 GIVING 3 PERFORMANCES Friday, September 20. Saturday Matinee and Satur­ day evening the 30th. This company is well known and guarantees satisfaction. Mrs. Wm. Stredwick Cead. Word has been received by jtueben Stredwick, of Hecker, that his son William's wife, aged 22 is- dead at Eltopia,. Wash., from typhoid pneumonia. She leaves three little children who ipay be brought to Mr. Stred Wick'shome. The deceased former­ ly lived here and was sister of Mrs. James HaveS of near Saw­ der. .' The stock at the New Store is very complete and arrangements "have been made for special bar­ on dry goods, shoes and fur- gains Saturday, clothing, baot«, fishings. EUGENE TEUTSCH, OFFICERS ASSAULTED BY CANADIANS ••,,: GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Wood Work and Cement Block Factory. Headquarters for Lime, Cement and Wall Plaster. Complete stock of fresh goods on h...

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. — 27 September 1905

'i v,. .„ l\l i"0 +5*" •"It ,, CIRCULATION 3,320 'Is ,*$V & ll. (0 H" tc 0. te Id O I- Ill ll. III OC Q. Id fr­ og ll. -4 HQ Id ml O 3 IB •pi 4'^"* VOLUME 4* NUMBER III 27. DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? JIM HILL WILL DO SOMETHING FOR MINOT James J. Hill: "I like Minot and her pushing people and I will do something nice for her. She must have those shops next apring. She is the best city on the entire line." James J. Hill, the great rail­ road magnate and President of the Great Northern railroad, favored Minot with his presence for about half an hour Monday afternoon, during which time he walked over the principal busi­ ness thorofare in company with his son Louis, the Vice-President of the Great Northern and other notables. Mr. Hill and a party of railroad officials and capita­ lists from the east were going west and he wished to stop and see how the Great Northern im­ provements were coming along here. He considers Minot the best town in a business way along the entire line and as ...

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. — 27 September 1905

5TT7 Ee May *222" :•,»» t„J y»*±r Carpio will hold a street fair in the near future lot of enterprising citizens at Carpio and the fair dandy. yji!iHBWj»|jlH" 'v •m Editor Dodge of the Carpio News urges the farmers of that country to save their flax straw as something wiH develop at Carpio "soon. Editor Dodge of the Carpio News urges the farmers of that country to save their flax straw as something will develop at Car­ pio by which it will be valuable. There is a big strike on in Chicago among the printers, who want an eight hour day after January 1st. Lady stenographers are taking the place of the strikers at the type setting machines, and they are doing good work. W. A. Stickley, of the Wells County News, has purchased the Kenmare Journal and intends disposing of the News. Stickley is a rince among newspaper men, a capable writer and Kenmare may assured of his dishing up a good clean paper. Ward county welcomes such men as "Stick." The Glenburn Advance man explains that freight ra...

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. — 27 September 1905

~JWfOWSUN'S MINOT OPERA HOUSE One Night Only TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. MR. EDWARD R. SALTER rospeatfully announces the first appear­ ance in this city of the Celebrated English Actress (for live years a valued member of Henry living's superb company) Miss Margaret Neville and a most effective cast in an Elaborate Production of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton's beautiful romantic love story THE LADY OF LYONS rrfrf»Si '•TStL LAKE or COMO '•It isn't often that you leave the play­ house feeling bettor than when you en­ tered it. But you will if you see this company and play." Reserved seats will be placcd on sale one week before (be date in,this city at JACOBSON'S HARDWARE STORE Prices: $1.00 and 75c Rare Musical Treat. A-rare musical treat is in store for Minot nmsiclovers. Miss Olivia Diilil late of Christiana and Paris will sing- here on Sept. 28. It is not often that a Minot. publie is offered an opportunity to hear souaething first class. Miss Dahl, however, is an artist who has sung with mark...

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