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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 1 November 1905

Commencing We are ON ALL Woolen Blankets. We have nearly 60 pairs left and will keep them on sale Jntil cleaned out. Fancy linens and stamped goods, another assortment just received. DRESS GOODS. 10 pes. fancy Creponettes, 40 inch wide, all-wool filling— a big 25c leader. Will put them on sale SATURDAY at 17c Per yard. WAISTS. A sample linp, no two alike, in plain and fancy Mohairs, Silk. Flannels and Mercerized Satteen, commencing SATUR­ DAY we put them on sale to close out at 25% SPECIALS AT White Front Store SATURDAY, REMNANTS. REMNANTS. During the past two months a great many Remnants and odds and ends of all kinds, too numerous to mention have gath­ ered up. We mean to close them out at once and have marked them accordingly—there is a big lot of them and everyone is a real bargain. We will put them on sale next Saturday. DISCOUNT DISCOUNT. New Idea Patterns. We are sole agents in Minot. sole agents in Minot for the cele­ brated Kabo and also the J. C. C. & CORSETS j* J® A N...

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. — 1 November 1905

I Where a woman having an unper fected homestead entry marries a man having a similar entry, and thereupon abandons her claim and resides with her husband upon his claim until he offers tinal proof thereon, and they then establish a residence on her claim, long prior to the initiation of a contest against the same, she thereby cures her de­ fault in the matter of residence and is entitled to perfect her entry. In some quarters the ruling of the Secretary of the Interior is claimed to be directly contrary to the law which provides that a woman can only hold a home­ stead when she marries when her husband is not claiming a sepa­ rate tract of land uuder the homestead law. The decision of the Secretary of the Interior in the similar cases which are pend­ ing Will be watched for with great interest by land offices generally. FOR SALE. my home farm 6f 320 acres on Sec. 4-155-82, 6 miles N. E. of Mi-, not. 255 acres under a high state of cultivation, 175 acres fall-plowed and ready to see...

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. — 1 November 1905

Ex&l&ims, "I'm Dead," Then Passes Away. The inquest over the remains of oh 11 Jiffeth, the G. N. employe, was heM fit McJannet's, Monday »n. The jury, George W. Hurke, John Al. WiJqpn and A. S. Blakey, decided that the death of the young mail was purely acci­ dental 011 his fcart and no blame was attached t6 anyone,. The hostler of tjje engine who hao backed the iron horse to the coal shutes told of the terrible acci­ dent. Griffeth sttfodon the water tank and must have pulled down the coal chutes ^jfore the engine stopped, for wheii found his le^ was caught betweeu. the cbinl­ and the tank. His body HI backwards, and his back whs broken." He uttered a crv hh»i said: "J'ui hurt, Fih hurt." Julius Abrahainsou, the hctstler. said, "Where are you hurt?" mik) the victijn pointed to his back. Juct before Griffefh died,'lie cried. "Oh, I'm dead." Ha-was picked up, the engine backed to the depot and the body taken to the Grand hotel. Life was already extinct. Griffeth'8 parents liv...

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. — 1 November 1905

ir1 A I /»a for by ies. tf. om ar. the sts en mi- ue ur •11 & (I A tes on t, na 2 th 19, the rts. de of to the ind eon rod iue ine ier. ith tes led ch- •J toe. the ffl ets ial is ce ft j» 2-e ns d n- tlje GOOD WORDS FOR. DOUGLAS Contflste'on land are still common but ther are wsally a just retribution, for we have styne pretending cottiers who live in and/in one or two instances, we •have reasoti to think they are voting .at (their homes in other states. Many instances are to be no' ed where an abondonment is without question' and' it takes contests to bring delinquents to a i'ust sense of the requirements of the tomestead laws. Besides the flicker tails must be gotten rid of in order to iget a proper return for our well tilled farms and a fe abandoned claims, works hardships on those who stay.. We are glad to note the fact that high­ ways are rapidly being pushed to the section lines. We predict that in* the near future the trails in Douglas will be -a thing of the past. Fences...

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. — 1 November 1905

John Lynehjl Pkon« 248 MINOT, Drink 20th Century Sanitary Soda Water With the installation of our new fountain, which we be­ lieve to be the best in the state, we are able to dispense all of the latest and finest drinks known to modern soda waterism. The syrups are bottled in plain sight, and the water is all kept at close to the freez­ ing point. NO MICROBES. NO METALLIC POISONS. NO UNCLEANLINESS. HOT AND COLD SODAS A SPECIALTY'! A. S. BLAKEY, The Druggist. MINOT, NO. DAK. BANK DIDN'T BREAK. A farmer living: near Des Lacs eansed a good sized run on the Second National bank one day last week, unintentionally. He brot word to Des Lacs that an­ other bank "was going up" in Miuot, meaning that a third bank was to be organized. His hearers misconstrued the mean­ ing and soon the word had got­ ten around the country that the Second National bank was on •haky pins and dozens of farm­ ers hurried to Minot to learn that there was no cause for alarm. Bowbells Man, 10 Days. Officer Art Day br...

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. — 1 November 1905

A A Beihold Man Drank Whiskey and Died. Ct'l Ofsthum, a young carpen­ ter, 15 years of age, died at the Hof nan hotel at 3 o'clock, Sat urdjf morning, from the effects of tuing to drink the contents of aga on jug of whiskey. Ofsthum had ihat day received the liquor as a present from some old Minne­ sota friends and invited two frier Is to assist him to "kill" the jug it the hotel that night. Al­ though the whiskey was pro­ nounced good, Ofsthum was takei with a choking spell near morring, and at the ^me time vomiled severely. The two com pani/hs laid the man's head over the edge of the bed to make the Vomiting easy and went back to sjeep. In the morning their friend was dead Deputy Coro frien^ J. J. SKAUG, JEWELER. In the Bon-Ton Confectionery. J* MINOT, N. 1 CONTEST COUPON. I we ner Lyiich was called from Minot that day and held an inquest, the result being that no one but the dead man was blamed. Under taker YVeagant wenttoBerthold, Monday, and prepared the re­ mains for shipment ...

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. — 1 November 1905

0, '5 JSt Minor Topics Drink Osceola Water. Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Hall have returned from the Twin Cities. Mr. Hall is improved in health some. Dr. Hubler, dentist, Phone 213, Minot N.D. The Towner News and Stock­ man will soon print its entire paper at home, making the third such paper iri McHenry county. That's a step in the right direc­ tion. Is Get your cloihing cleaned and repaired at Myren's tailor shop. tf. W. H. Lane who lives east of Lansford, has a well only eight feet deep, yet it has five feet ot pure soft water. Blakev's Fountain is charged with Osceola Spring Water. Tnerefore his soda water is best. Very little fall plowing has been done 'owing to the big harvest, and the farmers will have to get busy in the spring. Good clean barrels for sale, all 70a want at Auslander's bakery. tf A horse broke through the driveway to a Mohall elevator and broke its leg. The marshal killed the beast. E A N O I S E S Head noises ^ich as ringing in the ears is a warning of the approach of...

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. — 1 November 1905

rresn Fruil Phone 360 Qo to the 191 •UILPCN Haul your grain to tho PARTIES WISHING ANYIHING SPECIAL IN THE CAKE OR PASTRY LINE, ARE ASKED TO GIVE THE ORDER TWENTY-FOUR HOUKS AHEAD. Bovey-Shute Lumber Co. Where you get the most of the best for the least. P. B. ANDERSON, Agent, MINOT, N. Building Collapsed. Often you will bee 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 furnished on short notice. {Information Fr««. Mr. Mienci^r, is now building the Peter Ehr block, one of the finest brick blocks in the Northwest! You are invited, to inspect his work. THE GRAND HOTEL. PETER IL.DVEDSEN, Prop.. MlfNOT, IN. DAK. SATES $1.00 and $1.25 pfcr day. A .HURD, We solicit all classes of work in our L. S MALLORY, We solicit all classes of work in our phone no. line. Plans and Specifications fur- »hone nished for all classes of buildings. HURD & MALLORY, Contractors, Builders and Desi...

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. — 1 November 1905

,v |7/fv ," i— .* lW^ M: l:f: ft M. fe if: "i" R"» The •S-l X. ?i 4 -I «'s Our Stock of Paint is Complete for Fall and Winter Work 5- -f- Mr. Glein made a business trip to Minot last week. Miss Cook attended the teacher's ex­ amination held in Minot last week. J. C. Vogt, the genial manager of the Rogers Lumber Cos. yard at this sta­ tion, went to Grano one day last week on collections. Blacksmith Randell is a busy man thfese days and especially on Sundays when he is engaged breaking his "bronchoe to drive—and„ her name is Maude. 4 F-. E. Kirkelie drofe to "Drinhybrook lastgunday. Mys. Kate O'Connor made final proof on her valuable claim three miles east of tywn on Oct 28. Z. Gliek. a traveling man, is spend­ ing a few days on his claim near here. 1 \t ltons. \oys««4S£& mMmi J. W. Y. ... Pure $ We Can Sell Graniteware as Cheap as Tin W MARTIN JAOBSON, The auction sale held at J. R. Mal lory's the 28th inst., was well attended and all the property sold brought a fair -price. Mr. ...

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. — 8 November 1905

*\y,*y \Y jfcT#- ,'H^ tC|RC(JLATI0N |*3,560 ir 11 5 hi li. O E tL oc 1 Q. "A Id H. OC h. A 4 -I 5 ml O i* -W-. O 1 & 'u 0 Id 1^ a VOLUME 4. NUMBER 33 DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? The standing of the contest at this date i»: Hln Elsie Abnka., Minet, I. D„ HAT AO votes. Miss Irene Anderson, Sawyer, N. D., 12010 votes. .. Miss Eva McGlynn, Ross, N. D., 8170 votes. Miss Kathryn O'Dell, Minot, N. D., 4300 votes. Miss Minnie Nixon Minot, N. D., 4000 Votes. Miss Lucy Finch, 6lenburn, N. 0., 815 votes. Miss May Hopkins, Rose 6len, H. 0., 800 Votes. Ji 111 lb Id O S Miss Ethel Potter, Lynch, N. D., 800 Votes A heavy vote was cast in the Independent's popular piano diamond ring contest this week, and for the first time in three' weeks.. Miss Elsie Abraham stands at the head of the list with only a little more than 300 votes ahead* of Miss Irene Anderson, the little Sawyer lady. Both put forth their best efforts this week, and,will likely do so during the remainder of the con­ test. Miss Abra...

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. — 8 November 1905

9. State politicians are THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. 18, 1003. as Second-Class Matter. Postofflce, Minot. N, D. Act of Conirress of March A. 1879, UN ION Vs^5iotS^ MINOT, N. !)., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. During Roosevelt's recent trip through the South, a Texas Democrat remarked If Roosevelt doesn't soon get out of the South, there won't be a Democrat left." It has been ascertained thatuot one of thedrug stores in Fargo has a permit to sell liquor, as the petitions were not signed b.y a sufficient number of residents. But what's the use to worry when Moorehead is so near. The herd law is in force in WardjdtiflHt Atom December 1st to November 1st. Isn't it about timeMRw frontier law was being done away with in progressive Wpfti county by our Board of County Commissioners It is believed that there is a- tinge of Irish blood flowing through the veins of Editor Qilbertsen, of the Glenburn Advance, for be w...

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. — 8 November 1905

I .( iUR Shoes are stylish, and of the best Leather to be had. High and low cut in Tan, Red and Black. It is for your own interest to attend this sale which will last six days, BEGINNINGS^——-S Shooting in Coon Town. One of the ladies from •coon town, notified the officers that a former Minot night policeman, Mat Halligan, had attempted to enter her resort by force Sunday night. Halligan denies any knowledge of the disgraceful affair. The woman's story of the trouble is thisf'A loud knock on her door aroused her from sleep, and two men outside de­ manded admittance. She refused to open the door, whereupon one of them said, "I am an officer ot the law and want in." She opened the door, when a man wnomv she says is Halligan shoved a revolver close to her face and fired five times. None of the bullets took effect and they were probably fired just to frighten her. Halligan nas not been on the Minot police force for severed weeks. He should be chased out of Minot if this woman's story is ...

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. — 8 November 1905

Minor Topics Dr. Hublei* dentist. Phone 213, Minot X.D. A baby made its appearance at the Fox home near Des Lacs, but the little one soon was claim­ ed by death.<p></p>THE vC. J3. McKEEVER, Optician. tfi raduate of the Northern Illinois College of 'Ophth ilmolocv and Otology. Optical parlors in the Scofield block. Permanently located. S MINOT N O Fred Spath, manager of theOs born-McMillan elevator on the Soo, is tied up for cars, and he is unable to secure any G. N. cars. The- G. N. offer him plenty of care, but theSoo would have to switch them to the elevator and the #rain would pass over the G. N. In consequence, Agent Curam inggs refuses to provide for the switching. FOR SALE—Two Shropshire Bucks, address Robert Waldref, Minot, N. D. 11-8—11-22 THERMALITE BAGS. BAGS OF SUNSHINE! The THERMALITE BAG replaces the old style hot water bottle They are rubber bags filled with THERMALITE,. which when boiled, bag and all, fdr ten minutes, retains a heat of 130 degrees fahrenhe...

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. — 8 November 1905

Dr. Klemer Arrives. Dr Carl Klemer a physician and surgeon, has opened offices in the Scofield block. The doctor recently returned from Berlin and Hamberg, Germany where he took a post graduate course, giving most of his attention to the diseases of the eye. The doctor is a graduate of the University of Minne stoa and for a year assisted Dr. Buckman the famous occulist of the Luthi in hospital at St Paul. He will give i/iw •eye more or less attention here. Mrs. Klemer is expected to arrive in a short time. Fairies Robbed. Quite a number of robberies have •been reported to the local police, at the resorts ef the "Red Light" district, but contrary to the usual custom, the inmates are the victims. One of the inmates reports the loss of a gold watch, a diamond stick pin and $8 in cash. She had left the room but a moment. When she returned, a well known gambler was missing and so were the above mention­ ed articles. Mrs. Mahony Injured. Mrs. Ed Mahony, who was driving from Minot to her h...

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. — 8 November 1905

Foxholm items. REPORTED HOCKSPIER SHOT AT RUSSIAN Considerable excitement was created in Sawder Friday even­ ing when George Karash came in from his farm ten miles south­ west fiorn that place, and re Dorted that Constable Fred Hockspier had shot at a Russian who had resisted his taking mortgaged property. Hockspier disclaims any knowledge of the shooting but his story is not generally believed. The injured Russian told Karash that Hockspier had called at his place for the mortgaged property and he refused to turn it over to him. whereupon the constable drew a gun and fired, the bullet passing very close to him. The Russian is said to be in a serious condition but not likely to die.^Thereis con­ siderable feeling against Hock­ Blacksmith Randell is building a fine residence. F. W. Lambert made a flying trip to Donnybrook last week. Julius Schultz was down here from Donnybrook last Sunday. Mrs Baumgartner made final proof on her valuable farm last week. L. S. Kinney made a flying tri...

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. — 8 November 1905

The Independent is glad to OLDEST HOTEL IN AMERICA. Building in Phoenix, Ariiona, Enjoyt That Distinction. St. Augustine is the oldest town lis the United States/ but the oldest ho­ tel in the country, contrary to what one would expect, is not in the East at all, but as far West as Arizona, be­ ing situated in Phoenix of that state. It was built in the seventeenth cen­ tury by the Spaniards just after the erection of a wonderful governor's palace, which also is to be seen to this day—the famous "Palacio* del Gober nador." The hotel is a long, low, one story affair, built of adobe, with a flat roof, low doorways and many-paned windows. The structure is now rather dingy in appearance, although it was no doubt considered really spacious and elegant when first erected. When, in 1681, the Indians threw off the Spanish yoke the hotel became a temporary fort. Many a successful Indian raid was planned in this very building, and councils of war were held frequently in the "tap-room," as it w...

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. — 8 November 1905

I in'A 'rn. s^. tiU f: -ir ..j I Drink 20th Century Sanitary Soda Water With the installation of our new fountain, which we be­ lieve to be the best in the state, we are able to dispense all of the latest and finest drinks known to modern soda waterism. The syrups are bottled in plain sight and the water is all kept at close to the freez­ ing point. NO MICROBES. NO METALLIC POISONS. NO UNCLEANLINESS. HOT AND COLD SODAS A SPECIALTY! A. S. BLAKEY, The Druggist, MINOT, NO. DAK. Bottineau Boy Killed. Frank Rodney, a fourteen .year old boy, the son of a Bottineau liveryman, was accidently killed by the discharge of a 32-calibre revolver in the hands of a school­ mate, Albert Wicks in his father's stable. The boy was struck in the head and died instantly. It is said that several of the Botti­ neau school boys were secretly carrying revolvers to school. Boys should be careful of fire­ arms and parents especially can­ not exercise too much care with their children. Bab Fire Near Strrey. A f...

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. — 8 November 1905

-3M it z&p WATCH PRICES CUT IN HALF. We have just bought from a Chicago wholesaler 200 new watches at a price far below the usual mark and for the next 30 days we are going to sell watches as cheap as most jewel­ ers can buy them at wholesale. If you're, thinking of buying a watch don't fail to see our stock and get our prices. We have them all. That is all the good ones such as Hampdens, Elgins, Hamiltons, Illinois and Walthams, and can suit you, no matter what you want. The most complete line of watches to be found in the state to-day is the assortment we show. Don't take one word for it. Call and see. NEW CLOCKS. Don't you think it's about time you bought that clock that you've been talking about for so long We have just received about fifty new clocks of every variety and at most every price from $1.00 to $60.00. You hava no idea of the fine eight day clock $6.00 or $7.00 will buy. One of them would be an orna­ ment in any home. If you want a mantel clock with an alarm we ha...

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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