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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 November 1905

^bc declared »s postmaster of THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published tvery Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCOftD, Editor Knterecl June. IS, 1902. as Second-Class Mutter. IVstoOlce. Minot,. N. D. Act. of Congress of Muiv.ti IS79. UNION MINOT, X. 1)., WEDNESDAY. NO VE MB EH 2t, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. The Capitol Commissioners now look for new jobs. Billy Budge. the Grand Forks postmaster who resigned in favor of his wife, is all right. Its a good thing he kept the office in the family A Chinese newspaper has just rounded out the fourteenth hun­ dred year of its existence. Subscribers who stopped the paper with the idea that it would have to suspend publication, can now see low foolish they were. Hundreds of cotton wood trees in Fargo are being cut They have served their purpose, but. now that the slower growing trees have become large and beautiful, the cotton woods with their white fuzz, are no longer wanted. Here is a little example of the growth and development of Minot...

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. — 29 November 1905

17 JEWEL WALTHAM ff|9 CA 20 YEAR COLD CASE, If you need a good watch or want to give one away. for a Christmas Present, here is your chance. We only have thirty of these watches and, at $12.50, they won't last long. Our watch prices are from to lower than the usual prices and, as we carry everything in good watches, we can save you money on any style watch you may want. Our selection of watches consists of between 300 and 400 at present, which gives you an unequaled line to choose from. WHISK BROOMS, 10c Think of that good whisk for 10c. The, kind some stores sell at 25c. We admit we are not making a profit on these brooms at that price, but our customers appre­ ciate buying goods at wholesale prices, and once in a while we make some such offer. Get one of these brooms before they are all gone. BE WISE—BUY EARLY Don't wait until the last minute to select your Xraas presents. Things won't be any cheaper Xmas Eve than they are at present and, naturally, the selection won't be half as ...

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. — 29 November 1905

I I1SS MINNIE NIXON WINS A PRIZE. One of the Independent's Fair Contestants Wins a Prize in the Person of a Wei! do Bye Farmer. Miss Minnie Nixon, one of the Independent's fair contestants lias won a prize, far more valu­ able than the Kimball juano or the diamond ring. That prize is none other than one of the well to do young farmers from the Bye country, Mortimer Tousley. The marriage ceremony was performed at the home of the nride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nixon, southwest of Mmot Sunday afternoon by Rev. W. (J. llunter. The couple came to Minot the following day to visit with friends. In a few weeks they will leave for Minnesota where they will make their future home The groom formerly lived in Min­ nesota lie re his parents still re­ side. They are said to be vev.v wealthy. The bride is one of the finest young ladies in the county. Sbeis beautiful and accomplish­ ed. The Independent takes pleas Brein extending to this worthy eoople its best wishes. Mckenzie. Bounded by a pac...

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. — 29 November 1905

Minor Topics W. I). McFarlane, a general contractor in brick laying-, plas­ tering and stone work,has locat­ ed in Minob. He is a man who knows his trade from A to Z. lleleir Helegson,*! who onco owned several hundred head of cattle, has wold off until now he has but 85 head. The ranges are becoming very limited. •I. W. Aiken, wh,o lives eighteen milas south of Minot, reports mat three loads of lumber were stolen from his place while he was away threshing. Aiken is just "achin'"to get his clutches on the guilty scoundrels. £. G. Swanson a Berthold im­ plement dealer killed two large bucks along the Missouri. Lt is alleged he found them tied to trees. County Superintendent Warren got three. The claims on vthe Minot National bank will probably not be settled before June. The money is coming in very nicely, and many believe that fifty cents on the dollar will be paid. J. F. Walrath is now conductor on the Sherwood "Flyer." The position is a good one and was well earned by Mr. Walrath w...

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. — 29 November 1905

•i About the tjrst of the month, Eugene Teutsch's larji'e feed mill will be ready for operation and the Independent bel.leves that this is the largest machine of the kind in the Northwest. The mam­ moth mill weighs over 3,000 pounds and is large enough tu turn out all the feed that comes to it 0:1 short notice. The nice thing about the mill is this that farmers who are in a hurry may trade their feed for that which is already ground, making a delay unnecessary. Or if the farmer desires to wait for the feed, he will be out but a few minutes time. Everything is arranged admirably for the convenience of the customer. The farmer may drive UD close to the mill, shove Ids grain into the hopper, and after it is ground it is elevated to a second story, there to run back into the wavjori or sacks,through a spout. Mr. Teutsch will charge but a nominal price for the grind­ ing, so everv farmer can afford C7 to give his stable ground feed this winter which .will not only go farther but wjAl kee...

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. — 29 November 1905

•c A NEW BANK FOR PALERMO. Mrs. John Sindlinger called on Mrs. Nordquist Monday. Herman and Johnny Trout '1 miller gave a batchelor dinner Quite a number of traveling sales men have been prominent here the last week taking orders for their respective whole­ sale establishments. Mr. O'Leay of Minot was here a couple of days last week on Interna­ tional Harvester Cp., business. The Hungarian section hand who I sustained eeyere injuries in falling from I a hand car some time ago, is improving nicely. He is under, the care of Dr. Suerheim of Carpio. Miss H. Hegge, of the county treas­ ure's force, was up here on a few days visit last week. Pfcture* Lie. On the other hand, you order an ar­ ticle by mail.- You look through the catalogue. The Itom- Is there (that Is, a picture and a smoothly written de­ scription). We know that the picture of a $5.00 suit looks as good as thwne for $20.00. You read the dascrMPon It seems to be what you want, you send the money, because th4$r want the money...

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. — 29 November 1905

m* .* 4. i* *u fk b*r W [p:^ "Ii'5 fe I P!' mi II f|||' W' ^1 :•, & *-i fe'i Wf*iflW^Prmrr*'" 7 ®|8 4 $itf9fi6&g •\5SiiskMsBStt&sr '*»*.:• HHT S ^.'iwww^'ijjV1"w.iyw* Improved and unimproved Farm Lands. Ranches, City Property, Vacant Lots and Dwellings. Our best efforts to do your business and DO IT RIGHT! -List your Property with us, if for Sale. Call or Write Us if Home 6r Investments are desired. a SQUARE DEALING! That's what it means to you to trade with us* Others may tell von that they sell lower, but they do not tell you tlvxt they are giving' you inferior goods. But we, believe our prices and the quality of goods we put cut cannot help but satisfy you. Our departments are all well-stocked. Remember that we pay the highest prices for butter and eggs. Youi's for good, honest dealing, CLEVEN & HANSON, MINOT, N. D. Try "FERBER," at his Candy Kitcheu call. Rest assured here, he can please you all. Residents' and Strangers' wants to Satisfy. 1* where you will, look...

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. — 29 November 1905

E ft" Makes Great Address. ike Murphy, the gambler who \va (tried on the charge of knock inrdown and robbing Ed. Gold be g, was acquit^?d by the jury in )istrict LVjuflMj^tty. LeSaeur wl appeare(?jfir Murphy, be­ lie ed that his^lient was inno ceit, and the address which he irii de to the jury has seldom been eqialled. From the moment he sti rted iti to convince the jury th tt Murphy was innocent, he ca ried thern. with him until the en I, when it was clearly seen that ha the Judge charged the jury th it evening, the man would hg re been acquitted in ten min vut is. Judge Goss, however saw fiti to await till morning, but rought in a verdict highly pllasing to IjeSueur, just the ^ajne. Judge Goss then scored til jury for acquitting the man, |f wiom ne believed to be guilty, a? ordered the man held ten d{ $Ts, while the state's attorney cc lid investigate his record. |j irphy had admitted that he di I some gambling and he was iK sure that he could ever quit it I Bade J. C. Hoff Good-B...

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. — 29 November 1905

a 4: MINOT Minor Topics Drink Osceola Water. Passenger trains are now run­ ning on the Soo line. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for you. The Cando creamery made 12,600 pounds of tine butter last season. FOR SALE—Restaurant property in City of Minot, in good location. For information inquire at this office. tf Real Estate and personal tax­ es are due Dec. 1st, so be prepared to pay them. 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. J. C. Hussey of D^s Lacs raised Durum wheat which averaged 35 bu. and oats 60 bu. Jase Hunt, the blacksmith, does scien tific horse shoing. All faults corrected and work guaranteed. Try him. Op­ posite Scofield's livery barn. Minot. tf The work on the viaduct from the new depot over the Soo tracks is well under way. See the Blaisdell-Bird Co. for ab­ stracts, loans, and city lots. Blaisdell fc Bird, ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 November 1905

-Jbr I" 1 tit j. MONEY! IT BURSTED LIKE A SOAP BUBBLE W. Fabrick's Trouble With the County Commissioners Ends Like a Fairy Tale. There was nothing to it. It bursted like a soap babble—that trouble which seemed to exist be­ tween County Auditor J. W. Fa brick and the Northern Trust Co., of Fargo. Mr. Fabrick had bean sutn oned into District Court to fehow cause why his $10,000 bond should not be cancelled by that company. The case came up before Judge (Joss in his chambers Thursday night, and the action was dismissed. Fa brick and his friends are now wondering the "whyfore of the which" of the proceedings. Nat­ urally they are surprised at the proceedings of the Northern Trust Co., and Mr. Fabrick in­ formed an lnuependent reporter that after the first of the year, the Northern Trust Co., could -consider his bond cancelled, for he had made arrangements to secure a bond in another good company, lie is of the opinion also that other county officials will secure new bonds in different c...

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. — 29 November 1905

& Silage at a Feed Reserve. The man that has a good many milch cows knows the advantages of having always on hand a large supply of good feed. One of the great ob­ stacles in the way of successful dairy­ ing is the unevenness of the season. Some years there is an abundance of pasturage and an abundance of grass in the meadows, which is made into cheap and nutritious hay. But there are other years when the pastures are dry and consequently short, and the crops in the meadow are so small that before the winter is half over the farmer has to buy feed or sell part of his cows. Too often the profits of one season are eaten up by the losses in another season. As a usual thing the farmer or dairy­ man that is caught short on his feed tries to keep along by feeding straw mixed with ground feed. He imagines that he is saving the loss that would be occasioned by the purchase of hay at farcy prices. In fact he is losing heavily in the feeding of such make­ shifts, for the amount of fiber t...

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. — 6 December 1905

4••••«•«•»• CIRCULATION 3,750 Ill is cur h- L. CO Q. Q£ I- I- 111 IL bJ S Q. oc IL •J CD bl _1 ID O I- CO bl intention to The Independent wishes to urge upon the readers of the In­ dependent to send in the coupons which have been cut from the papers, since the piano-diamond ring contest started, and give their favorite candidates credit for the same. Either send the coupons to the Independent or to the candidates, themselves. These must be in this office prior to 12 o'clock Saturday night, December 16, next. There will be just one more issue of the In­ dependent before the close of the contest. The candidates are putting forth their very best ef­ forts. The two in the lead this week are Miss Anderson and Miss Abraham. Miss Anderson is but 235 votes ahead of her very close rival, but as Miss Abraham cast a rather light vote this week, she is likely to come out good and strong next week. She is up the Soo this week and reports great success. Miss Irene Anderson, the little Sawyer lady...

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. — 6 December 1905

fv 'A&'i &fty W&* fTr $ A THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. 18, 1903. as Second-Class Matter. Postofflce, Minot. N. D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. UNION ^NOT.i5§^' MINOT, N. I)., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Ife* Phil Short, the retiring Devils Lake editor, who has .nade the boys of the state jump'-high, wide and frolicsome" for twelve years by his fearless editorials, may start a new paper in the western part of the state. Now that the four Devils Lake newspapers have been consoli­ dated to two good ones, a third paper is talked of. If the Devils Lake businessmen know when they are well off, they will discour­ age the third paper. A very good indication of the increase in the circulation of the Independent is the fact that we are paying more postage every week. The Independent pays about twice as much postage as any weekly paper in the city. It is a well known fact t...

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. — 6 December 1905

f#v,W/f* .a I i* S. DRUGS. what you select. is .• •.-, .• vatefw* •.?• :•?••..-'• MCCOY S ALMANAC. It doesn't cost you anythkig but trailr time to secure one of thesp books. In the last two years we have/had a ^reat many people tell us ihat bur Almanac was the best they ever had. Every year we have dozens of people wr'Ae us for one of "McCoy's Almanacs." Goess they must be better than the rest, or people wouldn't bother to write for an article they can «et in any drug store. HOLIDAY GOODS AT EVERY DAY PRICES. Did you ever notice how much higher-priced every­ thing is about Christmas time? Well, it's a fact! A great many merchants think their profits should be larger on Holiday goods than other items because the sale is practically limited to one month every year while other goods sell every day of the year. We figure it just the other way. We think that by selling on close mar­ gins we can sell out slick and clean every season and, so far, that's exactly what we have done, and we do...

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. — 6 December 1905

4T~ ip»V ..*««••*' :V.3B& tkin oV CAPTAIN HOBSON PLEADS FOR A LARGER NAVY. Heto of lerrimac Hakes Finished Address Before a Large Minot Au4ience«Was A Soul Thrilling Patriotic Speech—Resolutions Adopted. Captain Richmond Pearson Hobson, the hero of the Merri mac, arrived in Minot Friday afternoon over the Soo and Bpoke in the opera house that night on "The American Navy and its Effect on the Future History of the World." Captain Hobson is eminently fitted to give just such an address and those who braved the wintry tempest that night say that a more finished address was never given in this city. Captain Hobson as a graduate of Yale, and later from the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., possesses a rare education which was finished by years of travel in all parts of the world as a member of the U. S. navy. When the war broke out between the United States and Spain in 18&8, Mr. Hobson lead a crew of eight men and en­ tered the narrow passage to the harbor of Santiago there...

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. — 6 December 1905

'V* I ss« w\cc\^ E. PENNINGTON, Vlce-Pres. &. Gen'l Mgr. fti NEWS OF THE STATE Over 35,000 bushels of wheat were shipped out of Overly last week. Elisa postoffice has been aban­ doned. Mail may now be sent to Rolette. The Fessenden News wants two printers at once—no boozers nor cigarette fiends. The Omernee Her .Ud won the state's first prize, S75, for an ex cellent write-up on Bottineau county. The Keninare Journal is in­ stalling a large new printing press and will improve the paper in a number of ways The C. G. Irey's elevator at Drake was burned with 13.000 bushels of grain. The loss was $10,000 which was covered by insurance. Several Sawyerites have signed up a remonstrance against the county's judge's allowing a drug­ gist's permit to sell intoxicating li juor at that place. MissOlene Jevnager, the .young­ est sister of the sheriff of Mc Henrv countv, died last week, just three weeks after the death of her brother, Tom. The Soolias installed a.syphon in the wall at Balfour...

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. — 6 December 1905

The storm delayed the work oil Eugene Teutsch's new feed mill, but the workmen are push­ ing it along fast and by the first of the week, everything will be in readiness. Already Mr. Teutsch has had numerous assurances that he will have a large business which will surely increase year by year. Farmers must become educated to using ground feed. Vs yet, very few use this kind of feed, but it will pay to experi­ ment. There is nothing better Do keep up the flow of milk with your cows. All fanners should Taylor's Toy Shop. •J. B. Taylor, the proprietor of the Golden Rule store, is branch­ ing out and has rented the L'eter Ehr block south of the Grand hotel. He has placed the finest and largest line of toys in the state in the building, and his toy sttop is already a very popular place with the little folks. Mr. Taylor still retains his old lo­ cation in the C. A. Johnson block. "Mr. Taylor is to be congratulated upon his enterprise. I L. S. Mallory, architect, Minot •7N.D. tf. You Will 1...

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. — 6 December 1905

Ij Minor Topics T^pt Jyiit time for spring up. 8 lbs. good Coffee. 10 lbs. Granulated Sugar. small pox to Rowan can please Xmas shop­ pers. tf. The county commissioners will meet next Monday. See Ilowan for mas furni­ ture. tf. C. B. Bach is ill, threatened with typhoid fev«r. Rowan received two cars of Xmas goods. tf. Judge Davis and wife have re­ turned from an extended visit in Illinois. Xmas presents for everybody at Rowan's. tf. Miss Clara Sandland won the piano given to the most popular lady by the Carpio merchants. Miss Elton has gone to Rolette with a stock of hats, and will re­ main a few days. There is no millinery store at Rolette. Xmas shoppers: you will find just what you ai*e looking' for at Rowan's furniture store. tf. Mr. and Mfs. A. C. Fling, who are managing the household af­ fairs of Eugene Teutsch, have moved into Mr. Teutsch's ele­ gant new residence. The Luther League, of the J'ethania Norwegian Lutheran church will srive a basket social Monday evening, Decembe...

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. — 6 December 1905

0S Jfcect tttV rafc Mils# Hofwr-f pl»r on 7oWei, Melds fcreat *1 thi* That's what it means to Improved and unimproved fuu Lands. Ranches, City Property, Vacant Lots and Dwellings. Our best efforts to do your business and DO IT RIGHT! List your Property with us, if for Sale. Call or Write Us if Home or investments are desired. 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 aud the quality of goods we put cut cannot help but satisfy you. Our departments are all well-stocked. Remember that we pay the highest prices for butter and eggs. Yours for good, honest dealing, CLEVEN MINOT, N. D. Equaled not, his Candy Factory is to-day, I'* Rich Sweets for the Sweet, Correct Prices, too. 4. 3?.' ?c THE VALLEY MEAT MARKET. C3J1.KJO-" & 3ii THLWTO.N. Mi to trade yqu I. Petersen Rosland, MANAGEk. MINOT CITY and WARD COUNTY, Real Estate, Insurance, Loans and Collection Agency. OFFICE: SECOND FLOOR BL...

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. — 6 December 1905

Erick Enjen, a wealthy Nor i*£ian farmer from Pierce county fmmitted suicide by hanging, a wood shed at the rear of Guy illiams' meat market at White arth, Wednesday night. Early nksgiving morning, the re­ mains eold in death were found, angling from the end of a rope. his suit case were found three jfcters, addressed to Anna, his jfe, and to his children, Mrs. una Stutrud, who runs the olumbia hotel at Williston, and Helgan Enien, of Williston, oy was located in Minot. been working on abridge arrived in White Earth the storm Monday even week, and seemed very dent. He slept on a cot el White Earth, and walk but during the night, so that a man sleeping in the oora grew alarmed. He seen walking near the eleva Tuesday and a rope was ifciced in his pocket. This was ken away from him. Enjen re­ marked that he intended to hang tjimself. Tuesday night and Wednesday were spent in writing letters to old friends and relatives xpany of which were mailed. These told of his intended act. The let...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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