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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 November 1905

ftlM w. ^Vv pj. u. I «M'J fJSffWf? ®*%T JVSf "1 -f ,**•* 3TJ i' AH.Work Guaranteed First Class. John Lynch. 1 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. PAINTING, PAPER-HANGING, CALSOMINING AND ALL KINDS OF S»GN-WRITING. A A E S Wall Paper at Lowest Prices. iWinot, No. Dak. SQUARE DEALING! That's what it means to you to trade with us* Others may tell you that they sell lower, but they do not tell you that they are giving you inferior goods. But we believe our-prices and the quality of goods we put cut cannot help but satisfy you. SEASONA BLE GOODS: We are closing out our broken lines...

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. — 15 November 1905

"jit mmwm mitim J. H. hue -atraa J. profit. Mrs. d^Bartil night ir-a-sUe^^Mtr turfand iuid'Mrk ^locum for St. Paul Friday Sami jl Estas from south-east­ ern. Jo ra, is the guest of his doqght )r, Mrs. C\.A. Stevens. livers, a Glen burn young don a fine piece of land •jn\try lie hofes to leastjie can he may get south of Willistoh. ett ie Abrahamson is of typhoid fever,, giving her the best of Nm. Detlaff from Butte, ivwl 10 HI nd the win- Ot car] SMnjr Water in ten dava. ir a "weeie is not so bad. ie rm of I«orge: Knorrflled tit on in bankruptcy ^ne day lasSwf k. The first petition was file(|bi rradesfci^X Mnbrr- p^r :«on^l)j. di,..jC BnfjreiVh Tnonmp: t' 100«#lds I tal di&^kness LAm avai evic sntl injf Fit .^rcw'v jet taihars^a*e"n .empleiy.* H. Myren's tailor'shop. ite is Cash Grocery, and inproneo with eftoh QUO tray: ie (me l?ith_ Give lis a trial, be pleased,—Wra. Carroll pEl. E. Wheeler, Minot tf igjng to a sev^ri, cQp][wpin 'to. Bro. HurlefagetS" out leimost readable weekl...

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. — 15 November 1905

*2%* Good clean barrels for Fale, all you want at Auslander's bakery. tf Don't drink germ infested \va ter. Buy Osceola. It's pure. FOR SALE-Two Shropshire Bucks, address Robert Waldref, Minot, N. D. 11-8-11-22 Thanksgiving day is Nov. 30. In North Dakota we have plenty to be thankful for. Take a day off arul count up your many blessing*. Give your commercial posting and distributing to the Minot Bill Posting and Distributing Co. A. F. BACON. Mgr.. tf. Minot. N. D. An adjourned meeeting of the Mouse River Presbytery will con­ vene in the Presbyterian church in Towner, on Monday the 20th inst., at 7:30 p. m. Home made lard 10 cents a pound at Tomp­ kins' meat market tf Henry Holtz, a farmer living north of Flaxton, has installed a hot water heating plant in his house and wouldn't move to Cal­ ifornia for the entire state. TAK*« UP,—At my barn about ten days ago, a gray gelding, about 12 years old, weight 12U0 pounds, no brands. White snip on nose. A platform wagon harness was left wi...

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. — 15 November 1905

Phone 360 v!&t$§L $ S $ NO. 4 •uiLPtn) ONEY! PARTIES WISHING ANYTHING SPECIAL IN THE CAKE OR PASTRY LINE, ARE ASKED TO GIVE THE ORDER TWENTY-FOUR HOURS AHEAD. Fresh Fruit Pies ue •W" Whore you get the most of tho best for the least. P. B. ANDERSON, Agent, MINOT, N. 4&X9£X>XX$SW%iX Building Collapsed. Often you will see such a headline in our papers, but you & may be certain that t' ED. M. MIENCIER, $ did not do the work. He puts up buildings that stand the test of years. W Estimates furnished on short notice. [Information Free. 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. PETER ILDVEDES^f, Prop.. MINOT, IS. DAK, RATES: $(.00 and $1.25 per day. A .HURD, We solicit all classed of work in our L. S MALLORY, 1 phone We are prepared to do all classes of job work at our shop. Shop Phone 175. 197 line. Plans and Specifications fur- »hone nished for all classes of buildi...

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. — 15 November 1905

Let us interest you in the A I N question* We have any and all kinds of interior finishes* «. Are We Doing Any Business? Well I'should say so. While I have had ray stere open but a short time, people are "getting wise to the^fact" that I have as a line of GROCERIES as can be had and that I sell them at E. J. WHITE, Prop. $ §ax$»3 RIGHT PRICES 1 will also handle Cut and Fresh Meats on and after Nov. 20th. Call and get prices. We can please you in quality and quantity. North Side Gash Grocery $ MINOR TOPICS. Neelands Shirt-waist Suits at The Branch. 130 Main St. According to the Democrat a man at Cando planted 80 acres of potatoes last spring. Steward Hood, who was shot —at—in Minot, is running a pa­ per at Michigan, N. D. R. W. Du Vail, the Glenburn harness maker, has rented a room from Peter Ehr in the new block and will start a lirst-class harness-shop. Dr. Thor. Moeller, who adver­ tised in nearly every paper in the county last summer—aud forgot to pay the boys—is at Devils Lake. ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 November 1905

$• Let us interest you in the A I N question* We have any and all kinds of interior finishes* Are We Doing Any Business? Well I'should say so. While I have had my store open but a short time, people are "getting wise to the^fact'' that I have as a line of GROCERIES E. J. WHITE, Prop. $ $fc^ as can be had and that I sell them at RIGHT PRICES 1 will also handle Cut and Fresh Meats on and after Nov. 20th. Call and get prices. We can please you in quality and quantity. North Side Gash Grocery MINOR TOPICS. Neelands Shirt-waist Suits at The Branch. 130 Main St. According to the Democrat a man at Cando planted 80 acres of potatoes last spring. Steward Hood, who was shot —at—in Minot, is running a pa­ per at Michigan, N. I). R. W. Du Vail, the Glen burn harness maker, has rented a room from Peter Ehr in the new block and will start a lirst-class harness-shop. Dr. Thor. Moeller, who adver­ tised in nearly every paper in the county last summer—and forgot to pay the boys—is at Devils Lake. Th...

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. — 22 November 1905

.y CIRCULATION k. O CO oc Q. OC Id )H O O li. IU 0 S Q. Id 01 u. Id -I O ffi O 0 Id DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE Three weeks from next Satur­ day night, or at midnight Dec. 16, the results of the Independ­ ent's famous popular lady piano diamond ring contest will be known. Until that time the candidates and their hundreds of friends will strain every nerve preparing for the final wind up. Trie contest is very successful to date, and promises to be away and ahead of the fondest hopes of the management of this paper. We had figured that if the con­ test would be instrumental in adding 500 new subscribers to the Independent's already large list, the results would be satis­ factory. To date more than 500 new names have been added, besides hundreds of old subscrib­ ers have paid up their arrearages and many away and ahead. This week 3,700 papers are being printed. Last week every paper went out. of this office and all that we have left are the two on the files. MISS ABRAHAM AGAIN IN THE LEAD...

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. — 22 November 1905

»y CIRCULATION !. V00 5^J VOLUME 4. IL CO 111 )H O Jl 111 IL Q. Ill ,LU ffl bi Jl $ ID 3 3 O (0 Ml k-' NUMBER 35. DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? Three weeks from next Satur­ day night, or at midnight Dec. 16, the results of the Independ­ ent's famous popular lady piano diamond ring contest will be known. Until that time the candidates and their hundreds of friends will strain every nerve preparing for the final wind up. The contest is very successful to date, and Q. MISS ABRAHAM AGAIN IN THE LEAD Contestants Preparing for a Hard Tussel in the Wind-up—Time Grows Short, but Still Much can be Accomplished, promises to be away and ahead of the fondest hopes of the management of this paper. We had figured that if the con­ test would be instrumental in adding 500 new subscribers to the Independent's already large list, the results would be satis­ factory. To date more than 500 new names have been added, besides hundreds of old subscrib­ ers have paid up their arrearages and many away and ahead...

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. — 22 November 1905

Entered June. 18, 1902. Peter it The Independent of land could lowest mail map out THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher D. COLCORD, Editor as n., The six Second-Class Matter. Postofflce, Minot. N. D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879, UNION MINOT, N. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1903. EDITORIAL COMMENT. MohaU's six elevators have each bou+175,000 bushels of grain this year or a total of 450,000 bushels with almost as much to come in yet. The man who started the Cooperstown Courier 25 years ago is now worth many millions of dollars which were all made after he quit the newspaper business. elevators at Bottineau have bought 185,000 bushels of o-rain which is good when one considers that Bottineau was in the hailed out district last summer. The merchants who complain of the inroads the mail order houses have made on their business, are usually the fellows who do not advertise. That's the only way of curing this difficulty. Harry Pinkerton who lives ne...

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. — 22 November 1905

but Quality First, Last and AH the Time. us McCOY'S 3 S and E W E 4 BEAUTIFUL RINGS You can't imagine the large lot of beautiful rings we are now show­ ing. We recently doubled our line of rings and we can now safely say its the finest line ever brought to Ward County. People frequent­ ly see our large selection of Opal and Diamond Rings, and say "I dont see how you can afford to carry rings worth so much money. Well let say that we very often sell rings for $50 and $100. We sell them because we have them to show. The people of Ward county buy just as good jewelry as they do anywhere else. That's not saying that all our rings are the high priced kind indeed not. We have hund­ reds of them at $2, $3, $4, $5 and $10 each all solid gold. The only kind of a ring we don't have is the gold plated ones. So anytime you see one of our rings you can bet its solid gold. Those $11.00 Watches Are All Sold That people have come to know when we say we have a bargain that it's a fact is shown by th...

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. — 22 November 1905

Right of the towns on the Great Northern between Minot and Williston formed a base ball league, which promises to bo the biggest organization of the kind in the state. It is a well ftoovn fact that, in the western towns, these are some of the best base ball fl»j«rs in the state. Several of the low as have imported pitchers and are •taking arrangements to get league play •is lor next season. The organization •Maas that there will be no conflicting fetee* the advertising will be carried on a more systematic manner, and at Ims expense, and the manager can spend time to building up his team. A good corps of umpires will be selected. The league has not yet been named, Ink good name will be selected and WUlfotuu Wwwioek Mar Ti«g» July 1 ykilt Earth. July 29 tose X«*os •rrtlraM hold up. •a jV WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA'S BASE BALL LEAGUE Williston Wheelock 'CLUBS HIGH TAXES. When the property holders of Minot come to pay their taxes lor the present year, the Inde seodent predicts that there will...

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. — 22 November 1905

DAKOTA HARVEST HOME. Seems like Dakoty's 'bout the place A ought to live, ^me yer way so pleasant like OuU-V,.!', you nod an' give Tha credit to the air or skies, Or mebby them sweet stars That led yer feet some years ago To Injun lands and "b'ars."f Jes' now it's harves' home out here, An' tho' we don't burn money, We're feelin' good as one who finds A bee-tree full of honey. The hiHs is red with gold, the range Is thick with curlin' grasses We've got the corn an' wheat an' oats An' don't ask railroad passes. The leaves are weary waitin' for The frost to com9 an' pinch 'em An' so the're slowly tumblin' down With the old colors on 'em aint rus'les flutter in the trees, |Nor lark nor duck have flown i'They can't fin' heart to break an' leav Dakoty's harves' home. ^There's plenty other places, course, If you take pains in lookin', But here our men are extry fine, An' wimmen's good at cookin' An' han'some as flowers thet grow When we're busy sowin,' But then Dakoty don't need gas .Ner ...

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. — 22 November 1905

0 'V 4 jgA .-•I 1 I t.' ,i IVi—.m ,. */au .... .. •!W'r^i-ffisywEr"!*• jf^yyft? Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wendt re­ cently returned from Minnesota where they visited old friends. They woufd not go back to Min­ nesota to live under any circum­ stances and returned to North Dakota better pleased with their new home than ever. One nigrht last week, a burglar entered P. H. Baukol's coal office by prving open the window. An attempt was made to force the back door open with a jimmy, the marks being plainly visable. Nothing was stolen. Paul had all of his hard coal locked up in the safe. PAUL ROSTEN SHOT BY A BOLD THUG A daring hold-up rtist at­ tempted to relieve four young Scandinavians of their money at the rear of the European hotel at 6:30 o'clock Monday evening In resisting the efforts of the thug, Paul Rosten, who lives in Minnesota just east from Grand Forks, was shot through the hack of the fleshy part of his left aria. The robber was thrown to the ground, and the quaitette promptly sat up...

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. — 22 November 1905

The 'Ward County Bar Asso­ ciation held a banquet Monday night in honor of Judge E. B. Goss at the Grill Oafe in Minot. The banquet was an elaborate one which reflected great credit on Manager Skeoch and his es­ tablishment, and was enjoyed to the full by the thirty attorneys present. In the absence of L. W. Gammons, who was scheduled to act as toastmaBter, David R. Pierce of Kenmare was called upon without notice to fill the position, and revenged himself on the attorneys by changing the program and "calling on members of the bar to respond to toasts without preparation. These impromptu speeches add­ ed a great deal to the informal­ ity and sociability of the eve­ ning, and the spontaneous elo­ quence which flowed from the lips of the attorneys caught un­ awares, proved that we nave a bar capable of saying the right thing out of court as well as in. Two-thirds of the unoccupied shacks near White Earth have been robbed, and the citizens have grown very tired of the proceedings. The ...

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. — 22 November 1905

•—IM—— We always handle the best and largest line of meats of all kinds in the city, Q1L.ROY A John Lynch. 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. PAINTING, PAPER-HANGING, CALSOMINING AND ALL KINDS OF SIGN-WRITING. J* A A E S All Work Guaranteed I I Wall Paper at First Class. Lowest Prices. Minot, INo. Dak. SQUIRE DEALING! That's what it means to you to trade with us. Others may tell you that they sell lower, but thev do not tell you that they are giving you inferior goods. But we believe our prices and the quality of goods we put cut cannot help but satisfy you. SEASONA BLE GOODS...

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. — 22 November 1905

,4 ,yi Ithe Minot Independent: 5 the Daily Optic of Nov. 8, tire appeared an article headed anson is after Goss." While not care what this paper JB, Ton, MARRIED. MMISSIONER SWANSON iXPLAIN'S GREENE'S BILL. Ills, soml^r'ertinent Facts Regarding the as everyone knows itcan be relied upon, even tho the lagement has changed, the iciples have not. But hav received numerous letters various taxpayers, asking the true facts concerning this ene & McGee bill of $642.00, ill take this means of answer all of them. the first place, I will say it it may be possible that I done Judge Goss an injus by asking to appeal his de- Mr. Clifford Bartholomew and {,r.iiss Grace Johnson, both of linot, were married on Nov. 11). the residence of the brid°'s rt'ijother, Mrs. vm-ebus. I Fancy Price asked by the Assistant State's Attorney for his trip to Chicago and oth­ er Services* but if such proves to be /I) case, I am not above an apo y. But I will say however it it is impossible that I can fc wrong in...

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. — 22 November 1905

-.yjy Si I' I :l *-F: i-*v 5 Minor Topics Good clean barrels for aa e, all you want at Auslander's bakerv. tf A four inch water main was laid 600 feet south of the city water tank. FOR SALE—Two Shropshire Bucks, address Robert Waldref, Minot, N. D. 11-8—11-22 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Name ..... Address i"^""itn.iTTj! THE CITY DRUG STORE. 1 '1 'ii J+*.*£& Jase a 8 Hunt,-the blacksmith, does scien tific horse shoing. All faults corrected and work guaranteed. Try him. Op­ posite Scotield's livery barn. Minot. tf A daughter* arrived at the H. J. Yuly home near Burling­ ton Saturday Nov. 11. Jase Hunt, does general blacksmith, ing at his new shop. He guarantees all of his work to be first-class. Work done while you wait. Opposite Scofield's livery barn. tf. A shoemaker is needed badly at Harvev, as at that place not one of those tradesmen is at w.ork. Free Pianos "Getts Sells Pianos" Always—but will give a magnificent $400.00 Upright Kingsbury Piano (Fieight prepaid) to the person sendi...

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. — 22 November 1905

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commission­ ers, Ward County, North Dakota. The Board of Nov. 6,1905. couDty commissioners met OD the above date at 2 o'clock in the office of the county auditor. Mo­ tion was made by Com. Carroil and sec­ onded by Com. Kichardeon that Com. Torbenson act as chairman pro tem. Motion carried. Members present, Richardson and Carrol, Corns Black and Swanson absent. After looking over and passing the salary bills, the board adjourned until 9 o'clock a. m. Nov. 7, 1905, it being necessary to view and accept certain work in various parts of the county. Nov. 7, 1905. The board met on the above date at 9 o'clockas per adjournment, Com Black in the chair. Members present, Richardson, Carroll and TorbensoD, Swanson being absent. After looking over the various business before them and allowing some bills the board ad­ journed UDtil 2 o'clock p. ru. AFTERNOON SESSION The board met at 2 o'clock p. m. as per adjournment. On motion the min utes of the las...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 November 1905

y?n 5#sB 1 l-H i*i I lit "fir"5 -v, Let us interest vou in the PA I N question* We have any and all kinds of interior finishes. SHAW ON WESTERN N. 0. Distinguished Professor Has Sonts thing to Say About That Section. Prof. Thomas Shaw of Minnesota, after a trip to the Missouri slope side of North Dakota in the interest of the Orange Judd Farmer, concludes among other things: Stock feeding should be quite practi­ cable where the products grown are all fed on the farm. The cows kept Bhould be of the dual type, which means that they should be milked, the manufactured products sold and the skim milk fed to swine. The grains grown to provide such food would in­ clude wheat, barley, speltz, oats, rye, flax and corn. Under these conditions macaroni wheat would best answer the purpose, because of its hardihood and the l/irge yields obtained. Such wheat and oats grown together, including also flax, would furnish excellent food for cows or other stock, and without other prep­ aration than sim...

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. — 29 November 1905

CIRCULATION 750 1 h. 10 DC 0. oc III O Jl III bu O 111 Q. o: bu O -I CD Id mi O ID O H- So tal DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? \0 wing to the big snow storm, which blockaded all of the roads, there were but a few votes cast in the Independent's piano-dia­ mond ring contest which closes December 16. This does not indicate however that little work is being done. On the contrary the candidates are more active than at any time since the con­ test started. There are just two weeks left in the contest, but something will be doing all the time until the end. 5 The Independent is making big preparations for the close of the contest, and it is believed that several hundred interested participants from all parts of the'county will spend that night in Minot. Remember that votes will be taken up until midnight, the night of Saturday December 16, but not one minute longer. Three competent and fair judges, will be chosen to decide the cou )st, which means so much to at least two of the candidates. The ...

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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