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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 27 September 1905

J"1 fc #P- ymiKMii.4M«,: IH.1MIWTAMMW 6RUBER CO. BUYS LOTS FOR LUMBER YARD The Jolni 0. ruber Co. bought lour lots north of the Minot Bot­ tling Works which will be used lor a lumber yard. Tlif new concern will start business some­ time during the winter. The Gruber Co. now owns twelve ele­ vators in the northern part of the state. The Northwestern headquarters are ait Minot, in charge of Superintendent Chas. W. Conroy, an old time Dickin­ son citizen, and one of the most prominent men of that part of the state. Mr. Gruber is spend­ ing the winter in Minneapolis. The Gruber Co. is organized with a capital of $250,000. About Your Eyes The Great Madden—Authority on Eyes and Inventor of fizy Eye Spex will be at the Leland Hotel, Minot, on Saturday, Oc­ tober 7th. This will save you an expensive eastern journey. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7th. The Wardrobe. The P. H. Roise Clothing Co.. held their grand opening Fri­ day. The employes had been very busy last week arranging the big stock of goods ...

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. — 27 September 1905

ith aloud crash, the staging ngling in mid-air half-way to roof of Peter three ry brick block, came thunder* to the ground Saturday ning. Two workmen, An- Anderson, a brick-layer, George Ehr, son of Peter •, fell to a pile of rocks in the :ment 25 feet below, appar killed by the terrible fall, unconscious bodies of both were carried into the base by workmen who found erson suffering with a gash inches long, and clear to skull at the back of his head, young Ehr's leg was broken Canuck friends more money machinery than it does the of the Union. r. Lee saw also several Cana ,n makes of binders which are as popular as ours. The ladians get most of their fresh from Chicago notwithstand that their country is one of greatest stock countries in world. Moosejaw, Can., he saw especially fine land. The adian lands are fast coming in price. anufactures Cement Brick. has. Connor, the cement block man, started the manufacturing of cement with any colored face which 'mises te become even more popu...

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. — 27 September 1905

Our lines MONEY! J5 Ladies Skirts, styles and materials »re the very newest, cotno in all sizes, regular57.50 skirt, this week QQ •nlv, each 75 Ladies Skirts, in all wool serge, pana na, che\ iot and broad cloth, just like ion pay elsewhere 812 CO' r.uic for .00, $7.50 aur price this week only. X) Ladies Coats made in 5 different ioc 1.00 1.25 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.50 5.00 7.50 10.00 MEfS FUR LINED OVER GOATS. 30 J'or t'iiev viv.vk uiilv. wsn et tsoy TOP COATS. IK! Cunt 20.(10 C\»at U".()0 Coat 10.00 Coat 7.50 Coat 5.00 Coat $15.00 12.50 10.00 4.98 4.00 3.98 QiiApe For every one in any desir OllvLw able Style and leather prices to range from 98c to $3.50. One Week only! FOR THE BEST OATS. R. W. Davidson received from -Hike St. Louis Fair Association handsome certificate relative fc the Silver medal which he will soon receive for the best sample of oftt» exhibited at thp exposi­ tion. Mr. Davidson is justly pr^yntl uf the certificate. fDmer Hartman a Bow bells Sirmer. while harvesting was...

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. — 27 September 1905

ft tana •IV 2] Thcttndepeudent received the following communication from Attv J. editorial concerning him last week. Mr. Greene Bays we did not get our information from a reliable source, but at thV time, we considered the information quite authentic. ASPIRES TO JUDGESHIP Minot Lawyer Says Some Pertinent Things About a Bit of Political Gossip—Believes His Enemies Would do Him Harm. H. Greene, relative to an 1 Hpwever not having a personal interest in the matter we will take for granted the following statement will throw some light on the rather, complicated situation EDITOR WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT: My attention has to-day been called to the editorial note appearing in last rweek's Independent regarding my "aspi­ ration" for public office. That you could be induced to publish such an article is amazing to me, if you are dis­ posed to be half way fair in dealing' with such matters. What right has the Independent to publish, matter .of this kind without an effort to ascertain what foun...

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. — 27 September 1905

Ml NOT, Minor Topics Dr. Hubler, dentist, Phone 213, Minot N.D. Jolly at the opera house Mon­ day night. Don't drink germ infested wa ter. Buy Osceola. It's pure. One person is dead from scarlet fever at Harvey. WANTED—Lady cook at the Grand Hotel. Wages 89 to 814 a week. 2t Andersch Bros., the hide buy­ ers, have already bought a car load of hides. M. L. Keavin of the big de­ partment store, will go east the lattw part of the week, where he will ynv lot of new goods. His sal^ have been larger than he rtn-ticipated. 9-27—i0-11. Box 752. WHEN YOU HAVE TROUBLE SxSxSS^ finding just what you want in ordinary places, When you have looked the whole town over and can*t find' it, then come here. But a better way is to come here first It saves trouble always. There is a right smart bit of satisfaction in knowing just where to get a thing when you want it. Of course we don't keep everything, but there are mighty few things found in any DRUG STORE that we don't keep. LET US BE YOUR DRUQGIST! 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. — 27 September 1905

3 (i Independent suspected the story that Chas. beeu found dead over :e county, after having to the murder of Lizzie isjcer at Youngstown, O., 11%^ years PTt'f n\ 'Hi 8 1 IDS ARE LATENT, Mg. JdMf Minot. ATENT, nite. jihllAM and tfiwii'iJ'1.. iir FAST FOOD. ii 1* MR. HEINER A FAKE ARTIST? We will admit that we get "scooped" and in ts to get at the bottom fittingly correct story, •little progress, [not Optic contained a jsion of Herzig, who for j$ars was.nothing more iominon farm hand—if jer lived. Yet the story r-i at'j Jfe of Mrs. Lucas. re re unable to say any joncerning the career of jiorinflia Lucas, the lady j(l last week at Surrey, •iiicus was 74 years of 5he was born at Harmon, md 22 years ago moved lesota. She l| Ml 1 Believe That it is he Who Originated Sto^y J£ Charles Herzig's Being Found [ad After Confessing to a Horrible Crime a£° hi *P| rifl HJ el evidently roven a fake pure arid ""he story is one of litor Heiner's "scoops" fg aside the truth and 'iart of it', is a good...

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. — 27 September 1905

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 S-- V. t: mmmmm 510,000 Surety Bond Phone 248 MINOT, CHAS. W. CONNOR, The largest stocfc of Men and Boys Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps and Shoes ever ship­ ped west of Grand Forks. We are Waiting for We Invite Your Inspection. Wheeler's Old Stand. IVlinot, North Dakota. tz* Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar. McCOY 4& CO., MINOT, IN. D. MIRACLE CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCK DOUBLE AIR SPACE FIRE PROOF, VFKMIN PROOF Wall can be plastered without lathing. Accepted by Mr. Houghton, building inspector of Minneapolis. Recognized and recommended by 50 of the leading architects of Chicago and the big build­ ing inspectors as superior to all other blocks for residences, business bouses, ^tc. Nothing equal to them for base­ ments and foundations. FROST PROOF, INDESTRUCTABLE Weatcrn Employment Bureau. YOU. The Careful Abstracters. That is a title which we are doing our best to deserve. Our many patrons are unanimo...

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. — 27 September 1905

J. A.Erickson, president of the Minot National Bank, which was declared insolvent last week, was arrested in Minot Tuesday morn­ ing by Deputy United States Marshall C. N. Valentine of Far­ go. He was immediately given a healing before United States Commissioner Alfred Blnisdell and waiving examination, was bound over to the October term of the TJ. S. Court at Fargo Speaks Many Languages. J. J. Gits from Fairbault, Minn, a dry goods salesman of twenty years experience, has been hired by S. R. Kullak for his model White Front Store. The two salesmen will make a team hard to beat. Mr. Kallak states that Mr. Gits is the highest salaried cleak in the city but feels compe­ tent that he will earn his money He speaks fluently French, Ger­ man, High and Low Dutch, Eng­ lish, Spanish and Flemish. The latter is his native tongue. Mr. Gits will look after Mr'. Kallak's advertising business in addition to his other work and this week may be seen an interesting talk to the public in the columns ...

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. — 27 September 1905

If there is an advantage a re you will find it here. DETECTIVE PICKS UP FOUR YOUNG DESPERADOES Who are Relieved of Five Guns, Masks and Burglar Tools— Prisoners are Thrown Into County Jail. Four boyish looking despe­| radoes who evidently had been reading a series of the Diamond Dick detective stories, were ar­ rested about 2 o'clock this morn­ Men's High Top Box Calf, sewed sole, Leather en lined shoes, at OUiuU Men's Tan Chrome Bluchers, High Top, at $5.00 Ladies Vici Kid Shoes, heavy soles, McKay cn sewetl. at ^Zi3U Pure, MARTIN JACOB* We have placed a complete line of paints, in oil and in paper, White Lead, Fillers, Stains, colors in dry, Turpentine, Linseed Oil and Varnishes for the fall and winter work. Everything you need in Kalsomine and Fin­ ishings. ing in the Great Northern yards by the railroad detective, Pat I O'Keefe. The wily slueth caught' the young fellows before they: could draw their guns and they were made to throw up their' hands. When searched five guns, four ...

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. — 4 October 1905

,i v. 9 CIRCULATION 3,320 Wftf* fe?" Mi './I )g VOLUME 4- NUMBER a8. DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? Farmer On 80 Acres ^eo. E. Gagnon, a well to do farmer from southwest of Minot 15 **as but SO acres of land, but he as farming it for all it is worth «wid we venture to state that he is making as much money as many farmers on farms twice the size. His flax this ^ear yielded iq very toeavv, oats, 75 bu. speltz -35 bu. barley .55 bu. He raised a good many hogs and chickens, ill he states that 27 'hens have often iSJ made him over two dollars a week. He always plows h-is land in the fall, good aod de$p and puts his crops in early in the |*i «pri®£j. Again we say for the stcenth time, plow that fire break. VVe have heard of no costly prairie fires, but we will- have columns to write about them belore long, and jour home may fee in the list otf the ruins. ATTEMPT TO ROB CONFECTIONERY And the Sample Rooms of the Union House Thieves Frightened A way-Hold-ups and Robbery Almost Nightly Occurences*...

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. — 4 October 1905

C. THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. F. TRUAX, Publisher I. 6. Entered June, 18, 1902, as Second-Class Matter, Posiofflce, Mlnot, N, D. Act of Congress ot March :t, 1879 D. COLCORD, Editor LABEL VEBSRI CJT.NS MI NOT, N. I)., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. A subscriber, who is in arrears seven ears, writes Editor Smith of the Devils Lake Free Press and suggests a reform in the manner of conducting a newspaper. The suggestion was not accompanied by a check. And that is what is the matter with the newspaper business. The INDEPENDENT'S contest is attracting a great deal of atten­ tion. On Thursday one of our contestants sent in seven new names and another four new ones, besides a good many old ones paid up. Thirty-three new names were added last week. The con­ test was put on"for the purpose of getting new subscribers, and it has been entirely successful so,far. There was once an editor who owed $5,000 and was therefore a poor man and in much trouble...

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. — 4 October 1905

•I 5 ^000000000000000000000000000000000000004 1OOOO 0000 0000 00-00 0-0-0-0 0000 0-0-00 0000 0-0-000 J. M. WILSON, KNOCKED DOWN AND ROBBED Mi not Man Knocked Silly by Thug With a Blunt in­ strument. Ed. Goldberg was knocked down about 8:30 o'clock in-front of his home on Valley street Monday evening as he was stand­ ing holding his horse. His wife stood in the door way but a few feet away and saw the two thugs who did the deed go thru his pockets and take a pocket book containing $30 in bills and sev­ eral valuable notes. They es­ caped and altho a search was made all over the city for them that night, the.v were no tea ugh 0. Tuesday morning, one of them, a short though strong looking fellow was arrested in theLelaml Department Store, as he was spending some of tlie money for a cap and underclothing. Officer Strom men made the arrest. Goldberg was knocked sense­ less. A bad gash was cut over his head with some blunt instru­ ment. It was hardly dark when the bold deed was done and t...

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. — 4 October 1905

DID DELOUNTY ROB FARMER BRIDGES? Mr. Bridges, the Glenburn far­ mer, who was held up in his granary by a thug Saturday night came to Mi not Tuesday and secured the services of the sheriff to go to Glenburn to try to pick up one James Delounty, a character strongly suspected of the crime. Bridges claims that he got a good look at the man before his lantern went out and knows that Delounty is the man. Besides the hat is identi­ fied by a number living at Glen­ burn as that belonging to De­ lounty, a character who has been working for the bankers, Healey Bros. Delounty has a claim eight miles west of Glenburn and has a crop of flax on it this year. He left Healey's place Saturday say­ ing that he intended going to Maxbass in company with a friend. The Heale.ys Lave been selling horses and it was thru them that Delouty learned that Bridges had made the sale of four horses but a few days be­ fore. He ip therefore supposed to have had considerable money. Another thing, Delouty knew that B...

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. — 4 October 1905

11 11' •A :M •*N -u' y.)^ J. OUR BRANDS ARE 1ST PATENT, Pride of Minot. 2ND PATENT, Lignite. GRAHAM and BREAKFAST FOOD. RAPID DEVELOPMENT Of The County In The Vicinity Of Rydv, Douglas And Qarrison— Plans Being Perfected For a New County Seat—Good Crops. Douglas, McLean Co N. D. Sopt, 12. To the INDEPENDENT Harvesting is nearly at an end among us and' flax is yet standing but that will be finished next week. Those who had a hustle on them are now reaping the benefit of two years hard work. As evidence of this are to be seen the large stacks of grain on the farms of Otis J. Marks, Prod Palmer, the two Fishers, Mr. Pollock, Mr. Kane, Mr. Hanlan, Mr. Moffot, Mr. Sutton and othersJ I have been informed that at least in one instance, it took more than live pounds of twine to bind an acre of grain. The great stone piles on some farms, remindri us that it takes some thing besides a breaking plow to improve our farms. But our stone piles fepeak volumes for our soil, the stronger our lands t...

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. — 4 October 1905

Mhs REAL ESTATE MAN GIVES BIT OF ADVICE To Purchasers of Minot City Property—Be­ lieves People Should Invest With Care™ Should Turn Over Property With Reason­ able Profit. The Independent recently in'er \iewed a prominet reui eot-atej dealer of Minot on the real estate situation, asking an unbiased opinion on the present condition of the city and country market, praspect for next spring-, and ad­ vice for buyers and settlers. Tlie gentleman interviewed expressed nimself freely on existing con­ ditions. and sounded a note of warning against rash specula­ tions. He spoke as follows: '•The present market for both city and country property is go««l. and should continue so, if nothing happens to set back the development of this region, and if our people confine themselves within conservative limits and do not speculate madly. The greatest danger we have to face, in my opinion, is just that a ten­ dency to speculate beyond their means ami to hold their property long before they have paid ...

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. — 4 October 1905

1 •s iv»** rf1 r» v* The remains of ffm, Stady, the engineer who was killed near Omemee Saturday night, will be entered in Kose Hill cemetery Thursday afternoon, the funeral services to be held from the Presbyterian church. Stady as a fireman and en­ gineer ran into Minot for three years and is well known to the railroad fraternity. Saturday ESTRA.YED—from pasture (our miles south of Minot on or Sept., 15 1905, the following described horses: Printer wanted aiIndependent at once. Guarantee two months work. The deposition in the case of Mary Schoffel vs. LudvigSehoftel for a divorce was taken before .ludge Lynch Monday, Att,y. Coyle appearing for Mrs! Schoffel who charges her husband with desertion. Both parties live in Ward oounty. ENGINEER STADY'S LAST RIDE Injured in a Wreck at Omemee, Saturday Night, Wm, Stady Dies Wednesday Morning--Funeral Held in Minot. One gray ?elding, weight 1100 pounds block, on branded double right shoulder. One blue roan gelding weight 1050 branded dim o...

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. — 4 October 1905

1 }k- if sip vK' •I k-. ,1 IOWA FARMERS SIGH When Shown The Crop Reports From 'Ihe Independent—'nter esting Communication From An Iowa Doctor, A Ward County Land Holder Roseville, Iowa. Sept, 26 1905. WAKDCOUNTY INDEPENDENT MinotN. D. Enclosed 1'. O. 91. to pay my sub­ scription another year. I am very much interested in North Dakota News. Good for Dr. Hyndman in the words of Rip "May they live long and prosper". The National Bank affair is ba I both for the town and community. People lose faith in all business concerns when they lose any or all of their savings. In reading of the H. H. Dutfy case 1 cannot call to mind auy from such person living at Waukon Iowa. It does me good to show our able farmers here the report from your country of 25 to 30 bushels wheat 40 to 50 oats to the acre, with a sigh they will say tail tyfive to forty years ago when this country was new we did the same. It seems strange to me that the best part of North Dakota that 1 ran onto and the best people, are...

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. — 4 October 1905

IS EDITOR GUILTY & A.# OF TREASON? It is Rumored That State's Attorney Will Bring This Charge Against MaKee of the Portal International. The Independent hears that when District court convenes some time«this month, the men engaged in the Portal riot will be tried. Considerable specula­ tion is rife as to what part Galeri MaKee, editor of the Portal International took in the affair. Mr. MuKee wisel,y, is saying little of the affair, for it will be 'aired in the courts, and if he is inno­ cent, which he says he is, he will have little trouble in proving his innocence. If however, he is guilty, he may have to answer to the charge of treason, for as­ sisting foreign officers to rescue prisoners from American officers. State's Attorney MeGee will attempt to prove that Mr. Ma­ Kee boarded the engine just after the passenger traiu had crossed the Canadian line intotheUnited States, and ordered the engineer to back the train into Canada. That the engineer complied with his orders partia...

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. — 4 October 1905

f/f^ Mem, AJA| KNOTS MAYOR IS SERIOUSLY INJURED is Jos. Roach Trampled by Frantic Horses and run Over by Heavy Wagon. fur -Joseph Roach was trampled by a runaway team util two wheels of the wagon i/aBistttl iicross his breast, in a 61'oovl cvmlliug encounter which occurred near the Roach eleva ?.o-rr Tuesday afternoon about 4 o'clock. Mr. Roach was picked up and carried into the office of *he Acme elevator and Dr. White wa»summoned. Air. Roach was placed in a hack and was driven so his home. It was hard tp de­ termine the exact extent of his iujuries. but it is believed thath® was seriously injured iuternallj'. How be could have come out iroia th,at mass of wagons and tramping horses is a miracle. Mr. Uoach had been assisting in placing new furniture in his new borne on Fifth street during the day and was standing in the imufc of his wagon with two men, Jack Martin and Herbert Judge when a runaway team belonging to the Great Northern stock yanU came tearing down the road past the el...

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. — 4 October 1905

I t'.jyi* ', T- V" ft?— -r :».vV. «r.v IV".. •?. ik'j- If there is an advantage anywhere, you will find it tiere. "HOOLIGAN'S TROUBLES" Several unique specialties and pretty girls are among the features of "Hooli­ gan's Troubles" which appears here on Oct. 12. H. B. Finch, Secretary of the Minot Grocery Co., and the gen­ eral manager, Mr. Griffeth, took a hunting trip southwest from town several days last week. Men's Bigh Top Box Calf, sewed solet Leather lined shoes, at $3.50 Men's Tan Chrome Bluchers, High Top, at $5.00 Ladies Vici Kid Goodyear Welt Pa­ tent Toe, at ...... Lqdies Vici Kid heavv soles, McKay seweel, at Shoes, $2.50 TTTT" Men's Box Calf Shoes *n cn heavy soles, at.........Vfc«dU Men's Vici Kid Shoes sewed soles, at... have the BIGGEST and BEST Assortment Men's Reliable Shoes in Minot. There is NO Comparison in any place In the City. Shoes, $3.00 •\f. T" MUHW. We have placed a complete line of paints, in oil and in Japan White Lead, Fillers, Stains, colors in dry, Tu...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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