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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 November 1905

-"v ratavY Our Stock of Paint is Complete for Fall and Winter Work A Well-Cared For Flock. One of the best-cared for flocks ol hens of which we know is ottrned by Prank A. Windes, of Winnetka,, Illi­ nois. Mr. Windes had 25 nens «t the beginning of 1904 and now has 30. His egg returns last year were by months as follows: January, 24 February, 80 March, 332 April, 494 May 371 June, 458 July, 263 August, 260 September, 222 October, 92 Novem­ ber, 115 December, 76 total, 2,T8"i. During this year so far the returnj have been: January, 194 February. 299 March, 654 April (first nin* days), 211 total, 1,358. Total for both periods. 4.145 Two-thirds of the fowls are Barred Plymouth Rocks these laid during the winter. The other third consist of Rose Comb Black Minorcas, and thes# are doing most of the laying now. Be tween the two breeds Mr. Wfndes gets eggs most of the time. Mr. Windes a "When first began to raise Sul­ try I had a hen house that I was keeping my hens in during 1903. On that ...

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

Mi&ti'tftUL.aij'bti.y £?$ 8& fi O HI IL O CO q. IU A 'i Afk1 I tf* IWVLJW ****«, ^T*. F.™ i'.«jfcWW&" "VA, 4* I 3,560 t* -1# \M -V* %v VOLUME DO YOU ENJOY "NECK The standing ofTthe contest at this date is: Miss Elsie Abrahii, Mint, N. D., 12470 votes. N'T Miss Ireie Anderson, Si vyer, N. 0. ,12010 »otes. f-v./Ci' Miss Eva Mc6lynn, Ross, N. D., 8170 votes. ?v1 Miss Katbryn O'Dellf Minot, M. O., 4300 votes. M: vv^..'\., Miss Minnie Nixon pliot, fi.. 4000 Votes. O Id ll. hi O E 0. Miss Lucy Finch, Ojenburn, N. 0., 815 votes. Miss May Hopkins, lose 6len, N. 0., 800 Votes. 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 ffitet 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 1 that she'is working ha day Qnd is mr*^®8^ deal 6f succei Miss Id 1 Anderson large number utkew^u to the list TfTw I- Ik O a id JI 3 ...

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

Entered June. 18* THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Evary Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor 1908. as Second-Class Matter, Postofflce, Minot. N. D. Act of Conjrress of March 8. 1879, UNION Ml NOT, N. I)., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Durin"- Roosevelt's recent trip through the South, a Texas Democrat0 remarked If Roosevelt doesn't soon get out of the South, there won't be a Democrat left." It has been ascertained that not one of the drug stores in Fargo has a permit to sell liquor, as the petitions were not signed by a sufficient number of residents. But what's the use to worry when Moorehead is so near. The herd law is in force in Ward county from December 1st to November 1st. Isn't it about time that this frontier law was being done away with in progressive Ward county by our Board of County Commissioners It is believed that there is a tinge of Irish blood flowing through the veins of Editor Gilbertsen, of the Glenburn Advance, for he wa...

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

Yur 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 tbe trouble is this:"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 wnom 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 has not been on the Minot police force for several weeks. He should be chased out of Minot if this woman's story is true. Gorden Sewell was in from Chilcoton Monday transacting bu iness. Miss Luella M. Lindsay, the Lausford young lady who won the piano in the Optic's piano contest last spring, assisted oue...

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

k~7 M&Wa & i-Vi I tf if $ i/i 4*1*1 Minor Topics Dr. Hubier* dentist, Phone 213, Minot f.D. A baby made its appearance it the Fox home near Des Lacs, ut the Kttle one soon wasclaicn by death. F. McKEEVER, •S*-.icfnato Optician of the Northern Illinois College of 'phth»lmolofirT and Otology. Optical parlors iu flie Scofield block, cnnanently at Z2 MINOT N-D FTed Spath, manager of the Os lOrn-McMillan elevator on the loo, is tied up for cars, and he is nable to secure any G. N. cars, "he 6. N. offer him plenty of cars, ut theSoo would have to switch hem to the elevator and the 'rain would pass over the G. N. consequence, Agent Cumm nggs refuses to provide for the witching. FOR SALE—Two Shropshire Bucks, ddrtM Robert Waldref, Minot N.D. 1-8—11-22 .r*T^!+ THERMALITE BAGS. BAGS OF SUNSHINE The THERMALITE BAG replaces the old style hot water bottle They are rubber bags filled with THER^IALITE, which when boiled, bag and all, for ten minutes, retains a heat of 130 degrees fahrenhei...

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

VVI R-'' W 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 Luthern hospital at St Paul. He will give the 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 bad 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 ...

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

trro ian in iderablt excitement was Sawyer Friday even in George Karash came is farm ten miles sonth o.m that place, and re that- Constable Fred ipierhad shot at a Russian lad resisted his taking aged property. Hockspier ma any knowledge of the but his story is not l|Sl. Kinney and W. E. ^"^imnsacteii business at Carpio g, of Valley City, is large farming in- jelso of Minot was ith friends Saturday for Tagus last Sun- will, reside with his cousin ler left for Missouri jrill return with the 4»ui wind. Yes, we had a »1L On one occasion our tr. Starret, was coming heel with a 60-mile side ew the handle-bars off of his hands. Mr. Fread P. Mt (tJracfuate oft Optical paii ermanently lo bserved It. a a brilliant comfaop society leader, ft and, while ve£ ted,cather tor hp lis mental attafk- she said after the gone and they had sat over, "it was a com 't it?" Fred Sp/fl her husband: iOrn-&icwBe Prof- Muchman7" iOO, IS tie-lSp11 tbe nable taJM TED HOCKSPIER SHOT AT RUSSIAN Thie injured fo...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 November 1905

Centra! cerns The Independent Hanson, from vT?e VIC And Locate OLDl$8T HOTEL IN AMERICA. Building in Phoenix, Arizona, Enjoy* That Distinction. St. Augustine is the oldest town is the United States, but the oldest ho­ tel In the country, one *mm*t .N^aWPffc* "73* contrary to what would'expect, Is not in the East at all, but as far West as Arizona, be­ ing sltukted 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, rhich also is to be seen, to this day—thfamous "Palacio del Gober nador." The hotel is a long, low, one story af air, built o£ adobe, with a flat roof, loir doorways and many-paned window:: The structure is now rather dingy ii appearance, although it was no doul considered really spacious and ele ant when first erected. When1 in 1681, the Indians threvy off the Spanish yoke the hotel became a temporary fort. Many a successful Indian r|aid was planned in this very building) and counc...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 November 1905

Dr. 0 FrC iidaato thalmolog Optical ps anantly 0V red n-Mw ble Ivw- theSlfv it to V' woif- F8 refca tchi -ll-a tohn OB I Drink 20th Century I 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 revolv°r 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 ...

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

4' '•Pe­ I -t I k. ATCH PRICES CUT IN HALF. We have just bought from a Chicago wholesaler 200 new tches at a price far below the usual mark and for the next days we are going to sell watches as cheap as most jewel scan buy them at wholesale. If you're thinking of buying a tch don't fail to see our stock and" get our prices. We have em all. That is all the good ones such as Hampdens, Elgins, amiltons, Illinois and Walthams, and can suit you, no matter rfiat you want. The most complete4 line of watches to be ound in the state to-day is the assortment we show. Don't ike one word for it. Call and see. NEW CLOCKS. Don't you think it's about time you bought that clock that tou've been talking about for so long We have just received ibout fifty new clocks of every variety and at most every price rom $1.00 to $60.00. You hava no idea of the fine eight day t£ck $6.00 or $7.00 will buy. One of them would be afi orna nent in any home. If you want a mantel clock with an alarm *0 have them too 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. — 8 November 1905

TRIED TO TAKE LYNCH MAN'S LIFE J. T. Louderback came to Mi­ nn. Fridny, for tlie purpose of htiviiifr a neighbor, .loliu Miller^ arrested for attempting to tak« his life with a big knife. Louder back informs the Independent that his'cattle broke out and wandered to Miller's place. Miller came to Louderback's home and told him his cattle were c^ut and Louderback told him to put them up and if there was any damage he would pay it. This enraged HEWS OF THE STATE Velva has anew laundry. Marshall McClure, Jr., is editing the Upham Star. The Catholics at Devils Lake will erect a 840,000 church. Dr. rost, of Willmar, Minn., will lo­ cate at Ken mare. Threshing will be completed in Mo hall country in 20 days. The Norwich School Board have ad­ opted the American Book Co.'s line of books. The delinquent tax list this year, we understand, will appear in tjje Minot Optic. County Commissioner Kichardson mother is holding down a claim near Mohall. A hunting party of ten bagged 1200 ducks, twenty ...

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. — 8 November 1905

I Phone 360 Go to the I Haul your grain to tha MONEY! as 17 resn rtllL ICS Cake and Pastry Maker. We have secured'the services of a professional cake and pastry maker •nd are prepared to give you the real article. Not the class, of goods usu­ ally turned out by a bakery, but juBt as good and better than can be made at your own home. Have you tried any of our angel food cakes? We use absolutely fresh eggs for these cakes. PARTIES WISHING ANYTHING SPECIAL IN THE CAKE OR PASTRY LINE, ARE ASK^D TO GIVE THE ORDER TWENTY-FOUR HOURS AHEAD. •p 'a. We are making pies from fresh fruits Often you will nee such a headline in our pafwrs, 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 nolle*. pnformatlon Frss. Mr. Miencier 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. PBTBR ILDVBDSBN, Progfc» MINOT, N.DAK,...

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. — 8 November 1905

fcptKv'i K. J'. $*' 1? «A. f*£ k\,^ Stock of Paint is Complete for Fall and Winter Work A Well-Cared FOP Flock. One of the best-cared for flocks ol hens of which we know is owned by Frank A. Windes, of Winnetka, Illi­ nois. Mr. Windes had 25 nens «t the beginning of 1904 and now has 30. His egg returns last year were by months as follows: January, 24 February, 80 March, 332 April, 494- May 371 June, 458 July, 263 August, 260 September, 222 October, 92 Novem­ ber, 115 December, 76 totjil, ?,78*. During this year so"far ljtte MARTIN JACOBSON, returns have been: January, 194 February, 299 March, 654 April (first nin» days), 211 total, 1,358. Total for both periods. 4.145 Two-thirds of the fowls are Barred Plymouth Rocks .these laid during the winter. The other third consist of Rose Comb Black Minorcas, and these are doing most of the laying now. Be tween the two breeds Mr. "Windes gets eggs most of the time. Mr. Windes says: "When I first began to raise poul­ try I had a hen house that...

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. — 15 November 1905

w~r,~Tr ULATION* Ifc. eft I oc flL 0C Id E 5 11. Id O IU E 0C ll. -I ffl IU -J 3 ID O Jt So Id I1 .« DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? GOV. DEVINE tfWHEnp*T* •.*» •»•»1 n1 /v^ •"—ifywiwnww* yu« Id E Governor Devine responds to the several articles which have appeared in the Minot Optic, in which that paper has numbered him with the so-called Reformers, and placed him outside the pale of the Republican party. The article abounds with wholesome, thoughtful suggestions. He writes calmly about the party man agers and he is eminently fair in all of his conclusions. Its such an article that party leaders should weigh carefully and the REPLIES Independent believes th&t if his suggestions were followed out, on their part, there would be nodangreroreven talk of splits^ or faction*, either in the county or in the state. The article in question was written to the Optic, but for satis­ factory reasons that paper refused to publish it. To THE EDITOR OF THE OPTIC: DEAR SIR—On several occasions my att...

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. — 15 November 1905

f. rt 1 KntereU June. 18, An editor—fourteenhours gospel. reservation?:. village lie miles THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor 1903. as Second-Class Matter. Postofflce, Minot. N. D. Act of Confess of March 3. 1879.- 6r.APHiri LABEL UNION Q&NotKS^ MINOT, X. IX, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Billy Brvan wants the Democratic party to -'stand tor some­ thing/' 'Pears to us it has stood for a whole lot from Mr. Bryan alone. Iowa woman says that she visited Hades in a vision, and found it full of politicians. That's pretty hard on the politicians, if they are alone and have only each other to graft. According to a New York judge "the husband rules the home." If that iud.vce is a married man there is a legion of husbancis who would willingly pare with a neat sum to find out how he does it. According to a dispatch from Minneapolis, a number of Jewish merchants of that city are disposing of their business interests there for the pur...

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. — 15 November 1905

S atid E W E MCCOYS QUALITY MATCHLESS HOLIDAY GIFTS. Maybe you think it's too early to think of holiday gifts, but just let us say that we have been getting ready for Christmas trade for the last month. Our buyer recently spent ten days in Chicago buying new, neat and nobby lines and when the limit comes for you to make your selections we want you to favor us with a call, for we are going to show the greatest line ever brought to Minot No toys. No junk. But nice stuff all of it. Ideal are the kind we aim to supply. The kind that will last for years and be use­ ful as long as they will last. We will show. Pottery. Ours are personally selected and eacKis a distinct work of art of which there, isno exact duplicate. China. We always carry the best selected stock of this in the town. We show French, English, German, Austrian, Japanese and domestic wares—the kind that is kept and cherished, and the value of which grows with the passing years. Cut Class. There is a vast difference in glass...

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. — 15 November 1905

odern tLarge excel 1 Not Itw ®K-| ,«pp^v I-kit .. -fcifv 0 FrFPT ANOTHER HQS PI I Al B1 Quern Cmiiiuuii ents are Being Made for irrtJcngementi ino&her hospit outft.y hosp| leany Rir ro iev antfe oii^coiiti't 6f its* crowded iond|tiou. The Independent at he §irne the new addition was recwd, suggested that it would 3e nbt more than a year until :he Hospital would be too small. The fcdependc#«!.Wi^^6f:|rwice :he ©resent amount of rq&)m is leedSd )vro|3. During the past week ha:ye..been .refused, admiwj.: rejm lowiCapitalists to Locate "tir Mfnetr C. a. Russell and his father-in, aw ®r. Townsend. from A nita, Iowa spent last week in Minot and hile here rented office rooms :rom Tames Scofield in his New bloc! About Dec. 1st they will 3pen an impdWjainrTaffl^nd oan ffice. TheiHire mr»u^yed men rom Iowa^idUmtfeNMlbn jnoiij of Minot and Ward coun­ ty to five them courage to place bheir apital here. Vi£. welcome all fc 'mg of capitai As w™ .men, and r^L welcome mo.. Minnt. we said be...

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. — 15 November 1905

jt WH .it -.'• 'Of u-V •V flMp4 «"M &%•- v. .*• •{, Iw r%, I II %MrfJ HE ISN'T WORRYING. Wheat crop this year wus jest fair Disappointed some Apple crop wus rather small Didn't raise a plum. Still, I ain't a-feelin' bad Got no business to— Punkin pie is here agin, Why should I feel blue? Two calves died the other day, Both jest six months old. Henry Johnson skinned me bad On that mule I sold. But I still have got my smile Goin' to wear it, too— Punkin pie is here agin, Why should I feel blue? I've brong all th6 punkins in Got'em stored away. 'Nough on hand to make us pies Until way next May. Come on, trouble, if you like, I'll jest smile at you—^ .-y-: Punkin pie is here agin, Why should I feel blue? $ Xf'* 'ti •k' ALIAS CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land OHce. Minot, N. D.. Oct. 18,1903. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Jesse E Coffey, contest­ ant, against homestead entry No. 24764. made Aug 18.1903. for theswX nw54...

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. — 15 November 1905

The VVoman's^Club of Mlhot Beautifying Mini One who see®Fargo in Summer, com­ ing from the dusty, treeless plain, is •tuck impressed 'y the shady coxinees of its busb sheltered homes q^id by the large size of the tMgs that lipt ite'^f»i dential streets. All 3ii4 grSinery.jMid Imfinna has sprung out of me barren prairie, and we wonder throttgh how many years the change has been taking place. If we ask, we tind that these large trees are the growth of only twenty yearn—many of them being very much younger. The old residenta.will tell you of days when Fargo was a town of shacks and of dreary, shadeiess •streetst *nd (hen go on to say that well they remem­ ber when this or that' large tree" Was planted. The situation of Fargo, twenty years ago, i» that of Minot to-day. We have just emerged from its. first ramshackle daya. Those of us who have been here 9rer two years have lived in shacks— thankful for our tar-papered shelter. Now we are beginning to take pride in •nbstantial, artistic h...

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. — 15 November 1905

The young man's body was in a horrible condition. The head 1 1 HERALD OFFICE, 3 i. I IHEA0-SEVERED FROM UNKNOWN MAN'S BODY An unknown man, perhapg 25? I years of age, was killed by a I Great Northern freight train a [half-mile i$est of the stockyards, I two miles feast of the city, about balf-past pine o'clock, Tuesday [morning, The fellow hjwevident My been stealing a ride pn the train, but from his appearance he was not a professional hobo. The suit of clothes which ne wore was in good condition And they had been purchased ftfom G. H. Bp.yer, a local clothing man, about two years ago. This leads the au­ thorities to the belief that the man resided in this part of the state, perhaps he was the owner of a homestead. At the Stock Yards near this City, Tuesday Man Evidently was a Resident of this part of the State, but had been Stealing a Ride. The Liquor Habit When you can do as well at home, and save time, money, and traVeling' ex­ penses. A COMPLETE CURE GUARANTEED in three weeks. ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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