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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 4 October 1905

Fresh Fruit Pics Phone 360 Qo to the S •V Sto •i' MINOT, $1.00 and $1.25 per day. r,... MONEY! We have secured the services of a professional cake and pastry maker anS are prepared to give you the real article. Not the class of goods usu­ ally turned out by a bakery, but just as good and better than can be «tade at your own home. Have you tried any of our angel food cakes? Ve use absolutely fresh eggs for those cakes. PARTIES WISHING ANYTHING SPECIAL IX THE CAKE OR PASTRV LINE, ARE ASKED TO GIVE THE ORDER TWENTY-FOUR HOURS AHEAD. GET YUR PRICES OF BREADS AND OTHER BAKERY GOODS The Electric Baking Co. Where you get the most of the best for the least. P. B. ANDERSON, Agent, MINOT, N. O Building Collapsed. I Often you will see such a headline in our papery but you may be certain that Sc $ ED. M. MIENCIER, did not do the work. He puts up buildings that stand tht^ test of years. Estimates furnished en short notice. Information Free. Mr. Miender is now building the Peter Ehr block, one of...

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. — 11 October 1905

CIRCULATION 3,400 Ill h. O 0 I- a IL bl O E a fe h. 111 «J FFI 10 $ VOLUME 4. NUMBER 39. DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? Is the Independent's popular lady piano contest a success? Well, it rather appears that it is, for while it has been running but a little more than a month, over 200 subscribers have been added to ouriist, Of course* it is a welt known fact ttoat we are not giv­ ing the piano away just because we want to be good to someone. Oh, 00. oc ui H O I- III While Miss Anderson has been* doing much good work, Miss Elsie IRENE ANDERSON MAKES A GREAT GAIN In the Independent's Popular Piano Con­ test—Sawyer Lady Takes Second Place and Works Untiringly—Dark Horse to Re port Next Week---Straight Tip. We arelookirigfor more subscribers all the time&nd took this novel way to get tbein. The contestants toave done more satisfactory work and more of it in the past week than any week heretofore. They are getting down to business and are making every minute count. W'ith a little surprise...

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. — 11 October 1905

who fievewhichtwo ers KUTJ* SI THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Kntered June. 18, 1902, as Second-Class Matter. Postofllce, Minot. N, D, Act of Congress of Maroli 18'W umm l!NOT!ti££P Ml NOT, N. I)., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT* Judge Goss has called the next term of District court for Nov 10, postponing it several weeks oh account of the farmers being so busy. As there are 150 civil cases, court will last fully two months An outfit running in the southern counties of the state, has been arrested charged with running an immoral wagon. The at­ tention of the authorities is respectfully connected to a similar wagon which is being conducted in "this parr of the state. A hint to our farmer readers: A long winter is before us and it may be a hard one. Before you burn that straw pile think how nice it may couiie in play for your stock this winter. It burns al­ most as vvell in the spring anyway. There ar...

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. — 11 October 1905

J. A. Erickson, the formei resident of the Minot National ank plead guilty of the indict­ ments found against him by the Uiiited States grand jury at Fargo Tuesday, and will be sentenced to serve term at hard labor in the United States penitentiary at Sioux Falls, S. D. The sentence may be the lightest that Judge Amidoh can imposa. upon him and while Erickson will have many long and weary years to reflect on his many misdeeds, he may. find consola­ tion in the fact that he might have received a much more severe sentence. The indictments were received lace Monday afternoon. All day Tuesday was taken up in hear­ ing the cise. At first Mr. Erickson plead not guilty to the two counts, but thru his atty. I). C. Green leaf, reserved the right to change the plea. Seeing CI that he Lad no earthly power to cheat the prison from another victim, he changed the plea to guilty and thus will get a much •shorter sentence than he vVould haAre received had the case gone to trial. His attorneys reali...

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. — 11 October 1905

DELHOUNTY SAYS HE IS NOT A THIEF Glenburn Man Arrested on Charge Oi Holding Up Lyman Bridges, Says he has plenty of Evidence To prove his innocence James Pelounty, th^ young man accused by Lyman ridges of robbing him in his granary near Glenburn a week af Sat- urday night visited the Indepen­ dent office Monday in company with his attorney J. J. Coj'le, and assures us that he is entirely in­ nocent of the charge and he has no fear that on Wednesday he will have no trouble to convince Judge Lynch that he is innocent. Delkountv was arrested at Max bass by Deputy George and thot it was all a joke at the time. As soon as he secured his release, he returned to Glenburn, and accompanied by Merchant Sea ton, from whom he bought the hat, which he usually wore, drove eight miles west of Glenburn and on going into his shack found his hat just where he said he had left it. the week before. He admits that the two hats do look alike, but there is a difference in the brands. Seaton identifies 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. — 11 October 1905

I I Dr. Hubler, dentist, Phone 213, Minot A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. VVm. Smith of Olive post feffice Friday. M. H. St John of Hartland, Minn, bought the Peter Olson farm near Foxholm. E irl Waldref learned Jthat $L50 worth of his ha,y was burn eJ east of town last week. Farmers, we are able at the present time to write your fire insurance. Briggs, Larson & Ed inii uter. tf It. P. Underdahl & Co. will soon open a general store eleven miles southwest from Minot. John Dridy will manage ihe concern. B. Thompson who formerly worked us a pharmacist in Mi­ not, has returned from Towner where he spent a. year, and is em­ ployed at Blakey's pharmacy. It makes no differrr.ca how lonjr yon have been siuk, if .you are troubled with indigestion, constipation, liver arid kid­ ney troubles, Hollistor's Kojky Moun­ tain Tea will nuike you well. 35 cents, er Tablets. —W. B. HAWLEY. W. C. Gil breath, commissioner of agriculture, has made an esti­ mate of the crops raised in North Dakota ...

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. — 11 October 1905

t! I I "0. *#t*p '^c?: in the building line. We have an especial good paint for barns that we are selling very close. DOSS Your Koot Leak? We have a paint that will shed water. It spreads over ttie leaky places like rubber and keeps out the water. Try some of it. Now, don't forget those stoves we were' speaking about. We don't know what more to say about them only that you are wel­ come to give any of them a trial and if they do not do just what we say they will, you are at perfect liberty to return it. We will be gh'd to refer you to any who have bought stoves from us. We have 274 dozen pairs Men's .Ladies and Children's Shoes in all sizes and qualities. Men's Heavy, one buckle, CI /IK Overshoes vli'frJ Boy's heavy Sole, dull finish I IK Overshoes, ll)-£ to 2 Iilw Misses Overshoes, Jersey 70a Tops, extra fine, up to lOJa **w Misses XonnandiH Storm Over­ shoes. always sold at $1.00. Sk-s 1, 2, 2%, only our §Qq We have been delayed just a week by cir­ cumstances over which we iiad no...

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. — 11 October 1905

-f 'V Iv .4 I i. Pv KEAVIN'S LEWIS APPOINTED BANK REFEREE For The Northwestern Part of tne State—New District Has Been Formed—Resigned Office Of U. S. Commissioner To Accept A Better One. Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis re­ turned from Fargo where they have been spending a few days. Mr. Lewis has resigned bis office of United States Commissioner, to nccept the better appoitment as Referee in Bankruptcy lor the Northwestern division of the district of North Dakota includ­ ing the counties of Pierce, Botti­ neau, McHenry, Ward, Williams, and McKenzie. This is the first time that referee has been appointed in this part of the state, the district being created to give Mr. Lewis the appoint­ ment. which is therefore regarded a* a particular honor It will be a great convenience to the Atty's. in this part of the state to have a Referee resident at Minot. The business corning before the Refe-i ree large. Lewis reports that when in Fargo, he secured an unlimit­ ed amount of inonev to loan on city p...

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. — 11 October 1905

cor.cerned, to see that he geth ttie ut- BioSt posssible good from, the schools, it is too much to expect that any one else will do it. But what con the mother do? Every­ thing. In the first place she can up hold the authority' of tho schools. She can, by her own altitude, inculcate re­ spect for the public school system and confidence in the teachers thereby in­ creasing immeasurably their influence and their power for good. From the standpoint of the child's own interests, a more unwise thing cannot be done than to allow him to hear adverse criti­ cism of his teacher. Once let him get the idea that the teacher is not respect ed and he is immediately upon the offen­ sive, and it is practically impossible for her to reach him. If a teacher is at fault- a contingency so rare as to be hardly worth the mention—the matter is not for the ears of the child, but for the ears of the superintendent. THE MOTHER AND THE SCHOOL Some Important Bit of Advice in an Article Published in the Minneap...

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. — 11 October 1905

Presiding Elder Moore left londay for Fargo where The lethodist conference is held ginning Wednesday. It will until Monday. The confer* [nee will be in charge of Bishop arrenof Denver. J. H. Tomp ins, the Minot laymen, will leave today for Fargo to attend ihe conference. Mr. Moore has irepared an excellent report of he work done in the Minot dis­ trict during the past year, from phich we gleaitthe following Facts: I He notes that the year has been one of great aggressiveness. |The hearse stopper I in front of put one preacher's when on Feb 27, the infant daughter of Bro fr»d Sister James dies. Rev. E. C. Lee who supplied the Rtchburg /circuit three years ago, died during the year. There !at Rogers. The foundation t'f»r a new church at des Laes'hais been laid. The Devils Lafee chureh is free from debt. In tfcree year* 3000 have been paid. The debt on tftie lEtonnybrook chttrch has been paid. Oarpio has dedicated a neat church. 'JOHN MALONEY AND HIS COWS Ex-Street •5,00(y EXPENDED BY ...

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. — 11 October 1905

J. Please do not forget us when you get the notion to rig out. Our stock is com­ plete in such Sines as Cloth Overcoats, $10.00 Fur-lined Overcoats, $50.00 lip Duck Coats, Sheep-lined, from $5.00 UP Corduroy Coats, Sheep-iined, from QWFATFR?—Do OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS *t»fhe Board of County Commis­ sioners of Ware County, North Dakota. Monday, Oct. 2nd.. 1905. TfiV i5oard of county commissioners a»3 or\ the above date at 9 o'clock in the iifliw of the county auditor with all menvlie-rs present. Com. 131aok in the ehair. After looking over and discus sins? the business before them the board adjourned until 2 o'clock P. M. Oct. 2, t9UT. .AfTERNOOK SKSSION. Flic Board met at two o'clock as per adjournment with all members present. Couj. Black in the chair. After reading the minutes of the last meeting the bids were openeti and read for the remainder »f furnishings for the hospital. Monecl by Com. Carroll and seconded by Cora. Richardson that the release of rfamatjes f/om A. L. Woodmansee ...

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. — 11 October 1905

j,jrzr"n- Phone 360 to W a: a I ~W /w* HBOnBDnKHflOBBBBSni MONEY! We have secured the services of a professional cake and pastry maker and are prepared to give you the real article. Not the class of goods usu­ ally tarned out by a bakery, but just as good and better than can bo made at your own home. Hare you tried any of our angel fo^d cakes? We !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. "Prock FfMft PfOC 42 We are imafcing pies from fresh fruits -A I Coil J. IVlll ICS Where you get the most of the best for the least. P. B. ANDERSON, Agent, MINOT, N. pT Often you will see such a headline in our papers, but you may be certain that $ ED. M. MIENCIER, did not do the work. He puts up buildings that stand the test of years. .Estimates furnlihtd on short notice. [Information Free. $1.00 and $(.25 per day. t** phone NO. Haul your grata to tho Mr. Mieneier ia now building the ...

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. — 11 October 1905

is li 1 Ji If there is an advantage a re you will find it here. MINOT MILLING CO.'S SAFE IS BLOWN UP DURING NIGHT Sometime during the night, presumably about midnight, the safe at the Minot Milling Co.'s office was wrecked with nilro glycerine, run into the cracks of the door by the means of wax. The door was blown completely from its hinges up against the window several feet away smash­ ing the window. The bold rob­ bers secured but, a little money in the safe and perhaps a few pa­ pers. They entered the mill through the back door. Jase Hunt, the blacksmith, does scien tific horse shoing. Ail faults corrected and work guaranteed. Try him. Op­ posite Scofield's livery burn. Minot. Dr. Hubler, dentist,Phone 213, Minct, N.D. MARTIN JiCOM, THE HEATING We have placed a complete line of paints, in oil and in Japan White Lead, Fillers, Stains, colors in dry, Turpentine, Linseed Oil and Varnishes and everything needed for the fall and winter work. Everything you need in Kalsomine and Fin­ ...

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. — 18 October 1905

^•CIRCULATION ^3,450 I li. O (0 a. Li I- ml III li. III E 0. Id oc IL -J flQ Id -I CQ I- I (0 DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? The Independent said there was a dark horse in the field, and the tip has proven to have been a straight one, for Miss Minnie Nixon, daughter of George Nixon, a prominent farmer from thirteen miles southwest of Mi not, has entered the field for all she is worth and gives us to understand that she is in the race for certain. "I did not intend to run in the start," Miss Nixon, explained, but my friends prevailed upon me to do so, and so I just started out. I brought in 23 names this week and I didn't half try. I am going- to do some good hard work, for I want that piano." Miss Nixon is a quiet little lady, but when she works, enters in­ to it with her whole soul and body. Miss Elsie Abraham still holds the lead, having stood at the head of the list, for three successive weeks. She cast 1,700 votes this week. Both Miss Abraham and her friends are in the attle with 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. — 18 October 1905

There I$ THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. 0. C0LC0RD, Editor Entered June. IS, 1002, as Second-Class Matter, Posf.otflee, Minot. N, D. Act of Congress of March :. 1»7P, MINOT, N. I)., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT* In two years, nearly 300 cars of immigrants have been un­ loaded at Tiog-a. The pa'Jents at the Jamestown insane asylnm have dug 6000 bushels of potatoes which they raised. Editor Boyden broke into rhyme about his city, Lisbon on the Sheyennp, then the Chicago Record-Hearld copied the poem and compared the Lisbon poet with Hinky Dink, the famous alderman. Oh, these North Dakota editors are fast besoming famous. Hogs are said to contract tuberculosis from drinking milk. It is obvious why there is not much tuberculosis among hogs in North Dakota. Like the old recipe for cooking a rabbit: First— catch your rabbit. But, then, we will raise more hogs bye and bye. Because a fourteen-year-old German boy wrote playf...

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. — 18 October 1905

.T The Mohall Tribune believes that its town is asleep to iU best intresta in neglecting to provide for its lire protec­ tion. The Independent prints eavelopes for the farmers for 50 cents a hundred. Note heads the same price. Leave your orders. A Kenmare man was lined 910 and c« sts for striking a boy, who used pro­ fane language, across the face with a buggy whip. The BowbelL* school is in such a rowded condition that another build­ ing has been provided and an extra teacher etc ployed. Holland Rrost of Towner City has an apple tree which has borne fruit for several years- fine flavored apples excel­ lent for making pies. Frank Kirkelie, now a prosperous far­ mer of Foxholm, in the early days of Ward county, gathered and sold $3,700 worth of buffalo bones. L. Moe sold his farm near Velva for 12800 and will spend the winter planning how he will invest so much money. Moe formerly lived at Minot. Two Devils Lake ladies after hunting three hours, returned with twelve canvas backs, fif...

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. — 18 October 1905

Minor Topics Drink Osceola Water. Ito- ftillest capacity to keep up with lia orders. Much pettsr thievery is going on at Haderwood. ML B&Dtawell'a Gfrreahing riff was burned" at SfierwoA. Get your clothing cleaned and repaired at Mjna'a tailor shop. tf. V. Felham raised a potato at Des I*acs which weighs 5 pounds. Chas. Ekstrom, a Sawyer farmer, "hauled a load of wheat 20 miles to Mfnot. O. L. Swanson, sold his homestead to Adam Blocker, his neighbor for S*,Z06- Tfw bam ?n the John Schockley farm south of Sawyer burned, with fifteen horsea and two cows. O. M. Champlin is threshing at bis farm near Surrey. He will kave nearly 3000 bushels of fax. A. Stakston has begun the founda­ tion for his new store building at TIOSTH and will put in a big line of general merchandise. G. F. McKEEVER, Optician. Graduate of the Northern Illinois College of Ophthalmology and Otology. Optical parlors in the Scofleld block. PeriiMMfitly located, aw MINOT N-D The crew on W. A. Templeman's threshing'...

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. — 18 October 1905

~t VI Sept. 28-Carl YVilli ims, 23 Sarah Gatzke, 24. Sept. 30-Samuel Wainwright, 31 Ada Murray, 22. Oct. 2-Hans Hanson, 80 Hen­ ry Anderson, 19. Oct. 3-Henry Tuester, 24 Louise Souther, 18. WRECKED WHITE EARTH FARMER'S WAGON White Earth N. D.Oct. 8, 05. Special to Independent. A stock train switching here this evening, backed into a farm­ er's wagon just as the farmer was attempting to drive across the track. The wagon was smashed into kindling wood and the farmer's neck was saved by a miracle. The wreckage threw the caboose off the track. A large number of stockmen were in the caboose, but were not injured. All trains ww delayed for several hours. Message To The Farmers. I have a nesnige to everj farmer in the vicinity of Miriot which should not be forgotten. When yon are marketing your grain, vieit this elevator and I feel certain that you will be satisfied with the treatment you receive. I can guarantee to give you prices equal to any in the state, for I am determined as one grai...

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. — 18 October 1905

ill. #'3H aV: s- :.-v .: Hi. ?':HJ zi l«»» Manufactories* As many of the readers of the I building had Independent are not residents of the use of Ward County, it is deemed ad­ visable to give in this issue a brief, general statement of con­ ditions as they exist in this City md County. Minot, the "City of Destiny'' capital of the Imperial County of Ward, is situated in the North­ western part of the state of North Dakota, about 125 miles •ast of the Montana line, and 50 miles from the southern bounda wy of Canada. Its latitude is About 49 north, and its longi­ tude about 101 west. It is in the valley of the Mouse er Souris River, with majestic Mis about one half mile to the sooth, and about a mile to the north of the center of the city. It is about 1550 to 1600 feet above the level of the sea, but somewhat lower than the broad fertile plains, whose farmers make Minot famous. Practically the entire city lies on gently slop­ ing land, with natural drainage to the Mouse River. About o...

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. — 18 October 1905

Ji m:* Minor Topics Born to Mr. and Mfs. «Nelson, Mon­ day, a daughter. The Bond Lumber Co., have open­ ed offices in the Scofield block. Geo. Morrow is now traveling for the Minneapolis Thresher Co. Mrs. John Botz .Tr: is seriously illat her home nearFoxholm. Butter milk is goid'at the Mi uo.tr oreamery at. five cents a g&Uon tf N». Wi Simon JTt ki Bunn, arrested for gambling, pleaded guilty before Judge Davis and was fined 125. M. Shirley returned from St. Paul where he was operated on for a catarrahal difficulty.. Mark Nelson knocked out Kid Watson at Granville Tuesday night In the Becond round. Mr. Gitts, salesman for S. R. Kal lak, was called to Mexico to tran sact important business. E. Capron, an old man, is serving thirty days in the county Jail, for stealing a watch at Kenmare. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wendt departed for Albert Lea, Minn., their old home to visit relatives for a few weeks. Last week, on the average, five train loads of cattle passed thru MI tipt on the Great N...

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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