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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 December 1905

.mjg mmw] V'' i- ••!v. r, •o THE HANDSOME PURSES. "We are making an ele­ gant showing of Ladies' Wrist Bags and Purses, Gentlemen's Purses. Pocket Books and Card Cases. The leathers from •whieh these goods are made is of the very finest quality. The designs represent­ ed are the very latest and nobbiest. For a handsome-ap-, pparing and well-majde Wrist Bag or Purse we have never seen anything to beat those we a*e showing. MINOT, Minor Topics Drink Osceola Water. E. I). Keller" will soon begin putting up 3500 tons of ice. Good clean barrels for sale, all you want at Auslander's bakerv. tf Chas. Grow returned from his deer hunt with two fine speci­ mens. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for you. tf. Found—Lady's fur, Thanks­ giving night. Owner can have same by calling at Globe restau­ rant. FOR S \LE—TYPStaxirant property in City of-iUitiot, in guu4 location. For information inquiae at this office, tf W. W. Shepherd and wife were the guests of the She...

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. — 6 December 1905

•*..V$I The present state machine and the "insurgents" will meet next year in a ^battle royal for the control of the re­ publican party of North Dakota. While administration leaders belittle the op­ position movement, and declare that it will fizzle out before the convention, one thing is appiarent to the observer. The insurgents are opening their tight earlier than ever before, with more system, and with more application of principal pol­ itics than the "outs" have ever before displayed. The preliminary moves are being made by an executive committee of five, consisting of B. F. Spalding, of Fargo, Senator Krabel, of Clifford, Traill coun­ ty, George B. Winship, of Grand Forks, J. J. Nierling, of Jamestown and P. D. Norton, of Devils Lake. These men all avow vthat At the past state conventions the machine has found it a comparatively simple matter. The majority of the delegates were often inclined to be hos­ tile, but with a compact minority pledged to their program it was easy for ...

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. — 6 December 1905

•H ti|iii •niiy. /i. mm iJ pi' 01 j* re. fn Office over Kallak's Store, White Front Blk. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Albert C. Rowland 22 Martha Marv Nelson 25, Ward county. Ernest G. Wood 27 Jeneva Francis Yandergrint 20, Ward county. James L. Miller 25 Ward coun­ ty, Mattie Boreson 26. Williams conntv. John U. Aiodin 29 Alice Adelia Nash 20, Ward county. 0. N. Christianson 33 Anna Nash 29 Ward county. Zenas Hirshy 23 Susan M. Beery 21, Ward county. Joseph L. Keough 30 Helan Krueger 19 Ward county. Richard C. Rasmusson 29 Bot­ tineau county N. D., Irene M. Hoem 22 .Jackson, Wis. C. Bernliart Bach 27 Sadie M. Millar 27 Ward county. John J.Leeson 39 VelvaN. D., Maggie Murphy 25 Velva N. D. Hugh W. Conway 30, Marie Warner 24 Ward county. Helmer J. Erickson 23 Clare. Larson 21 Ward county. Louis T. Johnson 21 Mabel E. Nelson 18 Ward county. James Angle 27 Marie Kulow 24 Ward county. Walter W. Rutherford 25: Lot­ tie M. Muzzy 20 Ward county. A. N. Frfch 24 £Josephine M. Riley 24 Ward county. Elm...

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

If 01 DC IU H-' ml 111 IL. 111 S Q. Ill tc IL -I bl -i 0 1 O "SI O 0 Id 5 Vy.-j •,i v, J: "•viy." VOLUME 4. NUMBER is cur IU IL 0 CO oc intention to Miss Irene Anderson, the little Sawyer lady who has done so well in the contest, is being assisted by everyone from Saw­ yer. Miss Anderson's friends are legion and thev state that they will stand by their favorite candi­ date to the last. Miss Anderson in addition to sending in a large number of new subscribers this week, has 200 coupons to her credit, furnished by a friend who has been saving coupons from the start of the con test. Coupons will count largely in the windup for many thousand have been saved, which have not yet been voted. Look for.most any kind of a surprise to happen before the game is over. The fight is everybody's yet. Miss Eva McGlynn has been doing some good work and a friend has canvassed the western part of the state. She is holding a big reserve vote, we have been Worthless Company. The Minnesota Mutual Fire Ins...

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

si i'K COUNTY INDEPENDENT Publlahad Evary Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. 18, 1902. as Second-Class Matter, Postofflce, Minot, N. D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1870. CUNION MINOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER (5, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT, P® 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 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 business men know when they are well off, they \vill discour age the third paper. oooo 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 weeklv paper in the city. It is a well known facb that the mail order houses are gaining ground in certain loca...

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

MCCOY S ALMANAC. It doesn't cost you anything but your time to secure one of these books. In the last two years we have had a great many people tell us that our Almanac was the best they ever had. Every year we have dozens of people write us for one of "McCoy's Almanacs." Guess they must be better than the rest, or people wouldn't bother to write for an article they can get in any drug store. JEWELRY and MV DRUGS: '•Mi "kA 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 ciose mar­ gins we can sell out slick and clean every season and, so far, that's exactly what, we have done, and we don't propose that this year will be any exception to ...

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

was The Little Swede. Soine of the things to hear December 7, at the play house. The Song of the Pines. The Cry of the Wolf. The Warning of the Falls. The Eagle's Call. The Music of the Old Mill Wheel. Some of the things to see at the play house, December 7. Sunset on Ellis Island. Mysterious robbery at the old mill. Wheat fields of North Dokota. The great mob scene. The wedding of that Little Swede. CAPTAIN HOBSON PLEADS FOR A LARGER NAVY. Heco of Merrimac Makes Finished Address Before a Large Minot Audience==Was A Soul Thrilling Patriotic Speech—Resolutions Adopted. Captain Richmond Fearson Hobson, the hero of the Merri­ mac, arrived in Minot Friday afternoon over the Soo and spoke 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 gr...

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

oo 4N. E. PENNINGTON. Vlce-Pres. & Gen'l Mgr. 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 Otnemee Herald won the state's first prize, $75, for an ex cellent write-up on Botti.neau county. The Kenmare Journal is in­ stalling- a large new printing press and will improve the paper jn a number of ways. The C. G. Irey's elevator at Drake was burned with 13,000 bushel^ of grain. The loss was $10,000 which was covered by insurance. Several Sawyerites have feigned up a remonstrance against the county's judge's allowing a drug­ gist's permitvto sell intoxicating liquor at that place. Miss Olene Jevnager, the young cst sister of the sheriff of Alc Henry county, died last week, just rhree weeks after the death of her brother, Tom. The Soo has installed a syphon in the wall at Balfour, and it take...

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

-f if It' miZ Mill Taylor's Toy Shop. •J. B. Taylor, the proprietor of the Golden Hule store, in branch­ ing out and has rented the Peter Ehr block south of the Grand hotel, lie has placed the finest ind largest line of toys in the state in the building, and his toy shop 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. Up-to-date Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables. &mi*SBRS5g8ggssE2£L WHY -e rlltelL m:. .put I vU GROUND MACARONI IS ,. GOOD FOR HOGS The storm delayed the work on Eugene Teutsch's new feed mill, but the workmen are push­ ing it along- fast and by the first of the week, everything1 will be in readiness. Already Mr. Teutsch has had numerous assurances that he will have a large business which Eugene Teutsch, Owner of the New Feed Mill/ Gives the Farmers Some Valuable Hints—Prospects for a Good Business* surely increase year by year. Farme...

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

Bv Its about time for small pox to spring up. Rowan can please Xrnas shop­ pers. tf. The county commissioners will meet next Monday. See Rowan for Xmas furni­ ture. tf. C. B. Bach is ill, threatened with typhoid fever. 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. JVLiss Clara Sandland won the piano given to the most popular lady by the Carpio merchants. Miss Elton lias 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 aVe looking'for at Rowan's furniture store. tf. Mr. and Mrs. A. €. 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 Bethania Norwegian Lutherau church will give a basket social Monday evening, December 11, •at Arbeeter Hall. Five cars of goods bought Tor the h...

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

*«'^«1 I I •4 f' "v I $ :M v~ f'i E 4 EU\- *,.** €jIL,RCV St** TT- 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 lor Sale. Call or Write Us if Home or investments are desired. ft 1 THE GREAT 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. Our departments are all well-stocke:l.'. Remember that we pay the highest prices for butter and eggs., Yours for good, honest dealing, CLEVEN & HANSON, MINOT, N. D. Try "FERBER," at his Candy Kitchen call. J^est assured here, lie can please you all. I. Petersen Rosland, MANAGER. MINOT CITY and WARD COUNTY, Real Estate, Insurance, Loans and Collection Agency. OFFICE: You at 148 North Main Street, will always find...

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

JjSifs I rv .rsv Elk Enjen, a wealthy Nor wee farmer from Pierce county con litted suicide by hanging, in rood shed at the rear of Guy Wiams' meat market at White Eaji, Wednesday night. Early Thjksgiving morning, the re­ map eold in death were found, ling from the end of a rope, suit case were found three addressed to Anna, his and to his children, Mrs. Stutrud, who runs the Co mbia hotel at Williston, and to lelgan Enien, of Williston, On boy was located in Minot. He lad been working on abridge ga?. Jijen arrived in White Earth du ng the storm Monday even­ ing ast week, and seemed very deiondent. He slept on a cot at iotel White Earth, and walk­ ed tbout during the night, so mih'that a naau sleeping in the saleroom' grew :ai»larmed. He wa seen -walking iwar the eleva toi Tuesday and a rope was noi ced in his pocket. This was takn away from him. Enjen re ma Iced that he intended to hang hiiteelf. Tuesday night and Wanesday were spent in writing letjers to old friends and relatives m...

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. — 6 December 1905

Pi' S:- I HANDSOME PURSES. We are making: an ele jrant showing,- of Ladies' Wrist Bags and I'ursps, en tie ni en's 1' rses, l'ocket Books and Card Cases. The leathers from which these g:oods are made is of the very finest quality. The designs represent­ ed ore the very latest and nobbiest. For a handsome-ap pparing: and well-made Wrist Bag: or Purse we have never seen anything to beat those we aie showing:. MINOT Minor Topics Drink Osceola Water. E. D. Ivellev will soon begin putting up 3500 tons of ice. Good clean barrels fcr sale, all you want at Auslander's bakerv. tf Chas. Grow returned from his deer hunt with two line speci­ mens. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for you. tf. Found—Lady's fur, Thanks­ giving night. Owner can have same by calling at Globe restau­ rant. FOR S\LE—Restaurant property in City of i' liaot, in good location. For information inquiae at this office, tf W. W. Shepherd and wife were the guests of the Shephard Bros, at Whit...

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. — 6 December 1905

The present state machine and the "insurgents" will ineet next year in a battle royal for the control of the re­ publican party of North Dakota. While administration leaders belittle the op­ position movement, and declare that it will lizzie out before the convention,one thing is apparent to the observer. The insurgents are opening their fight earlier than over before, with more system, and with more application of principal pol­ itics than the "outs" have ever before displayed. The preliminary moves are being made by an executive cojimittee of five, consisting of B. P. Spalding, of Fargo, Senator Krabel, of Clifford, Traill coun­ ty, George B. Winship, of Grand Porks, J. J. Nierling, of Jamestown, and P. D. Norton, of Devils Lake. These men all avow that they are not candidates for state positions, and that their only ob-' ject is to overturn the machine and de­ pose Alex McKenzie, Jud LaMoure and Senator Hansbrough from the leader­ ship. The Scandinavian Republican league, which m...

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. — 6 December 1905

p1"', Pt' •ir-i i«f| :*i V. ?fc P. I :,V m,t\ 11^-.^ ^«-w the Office over Kallak's Store, W hite Front Blk. •f1ftffifflWTiffirtf,yifflFfi^fmTi,^,mr'TTr--,ri,ni-ninirii-ftiirriht MARRIAGE LICENSES. Albert C. Rowland 22 Martha Mary Nelson 25, Ward county. Ernest G. Wood 27 Jeneva Francis Vandergrint 20, Ward countv. JaniesL. Miller 25 Ward coun­ ty, Mat,tie Boreson 26. Williams conn v. John 0. xVodin S9 Alice Adelia Nash 20, Ward county. O. N. Christianson 33 Anna Nash 29 Ward county. Zenas Hirshy 23 Susan M. Beery 21, Ward county. Joseph L. Keough 30 Helen Krueger 19 Ward county. Richard C. Rasmusson 29 Bot­ tineau county N. D., Irene M. Hoem 22 Jackson, Wis. C. Bernhart Bach 27 Sadie M. Millar 27 Ward county. John J. Leeson 39 VelvaN. D., Maggie Murphy 25 Velva N. D. Hugh W. Conway 30, Marie Warner 24 Ward county. Helmer J. Erickson 23 Clara Larson 21 Ward county. Louis T. Johnson 21 Mabel E. Nelson 18 Ward county. James Angla 27: Marie Kulow 24 Ward county. Waltar W. Rutherford 25 ...

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. — 13 December 1905

CIRCULATION 11 3,750 ll. O to h- a, h- -J 111 IL E 0. HI ac Ik III -I $ 3 55 Id It is cur intention to The Independent's piano con­ test has been noted for the even fight which two of the candidates, Miss Anderson and Miss Abra­ ham, have been making. These candidates have never been farth­ er than 300 votes apart and this week Miss Anderson again takes the lead, with 135 votes to the good. Neither candidate cast her full strength by any means and no doubt will not do so un­ til Saturday night,, when-at mid­ night, the votes will be turned over to the judges for considera­ tion. Miss McGlynn sent in a good report this week, and while she appears to be somewhat behind the other two, has a good re­ serve and no one knows just where to place her.' Besides, on next Friday night, a big ball will be given in the new opera house at White Earth for the benefit of Miss McGlynn and a good many thousand votes will be raised in that manner. Miss Anderson the same night at Sawyer gives a, big en...

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. — 13 December 1905

THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. IS," 1902, as Seoond-Chiss Matter. Postofflce, Minot. N. D. ivtit of Congress of MavoliX I87U. UNIONt=giff}LABEL MINOT, N\ 1)., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Ward county jumped in population from 7,961 in 1900 to 33,468 in 1905 and is now* the most populous county in the state. It now develops that the missing postmaster at Wheelock was not short in his accounts with the elevator company for which he worked, and his absence becomes a greater mystery. Five years ago in imperial Ward county, but 10,000 acres of land were cultivated. Last year over 1-40,000 acres were cultivated and next year this number will be increased. Ward county is undergoing a great development. Bro. Stiekle.v of the Kenmare Journal has installed anew press, enlarged his paper, and promises to get out an up-to-date paper. "Stick" can do it, but he will have to quit fault finding wi...

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. — 13 December 1905

ST* "W u- S§ '•f.-ffi *!*T Jewelry Drugs -rrr^r- Our Almanac This is the third year we have put out an almanac of our own. Not the cheap pktant medicine kind but a good reliable almanac. You are welcome to have one of these if you'll call at our store. We have had many people tell us they are the best I hey ever had and every year we get dozens of letters from people in nearby towns asking for "McCoy's Almanac" They must be better than the rest or they wouldn't ask for them. Children's Rings Set Rings Make very nice presents for the little folks. Here you can see about every kind that's any good. We show them from $1.00 to 13.00 all solid gold. Our stock of Set Rings is about three times as large as it was last year at this time and then people us it was the biggest and best in town. One thing is certain and that is we sell lots of ladies'and gents' set rings and it must be because of our superior selec­ tion and reasonable prices. You can buy solid gold set ring from 82 to $15. We ...

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. — 13 December 1905

r«Mna*?v- ff •tfl ^V" 1 HE SALE OF |7 iAN 1 5~ •X I" I fx DKERCHIEFS. We are provided for the wants of JV Candkerchief Buyers—as never before jj^ j-more than, double the selling space. If jVe have done everything towards mak­ ing selling easy. I |TH E TOYS §A N GAMES. A maze of wonders for the little •ifolks! To itemize is impossible in our allotted space. You'll see all about wonderland when roo corao here. Many farmers next spring will sovv new kinds' of grain and grasses as an experiment. This is an excellent idea, but not too much should be sown as an ex- Mi-- uent. Try putting out a I few fruit trees of various kinds. Yon will be surprised to learn tio.v well some kinds (A fruit To Do Up Our Twine Plant The North Dakota prison OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT TURNER Many farmers this winter will ai mply lounge around waiting ii)r spring to corner while others TOttikeep busy all the time, mak­ ing their stock mare comfortable, lfc®fci«g.ove/their machinery and anting it ready for spring, ...

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. — 13 December 1905

]$&&?•$!%•:•::• ML'M+^'-d tm-mmrnv !W if id MWIYILI I I,.. INFILL, I IJIR^I.'N I N—W——W—MYPW—-« "HJN &$r **, Naval Oranges Apples Grapes Cranberries Sweet Potatoes Dates Confectionery Bermuda Onions Quinces Green Onions Oriental Limited The New Train of Great Northern Railway •'The Comfortable Way" NEW COMPARTMENT- LIBRARY—OBSERVATION CARS. For detailed information, rato*. etc. call on s's" 5 1 #..<p></p>WHEELERS' )f, •$!% Specials for This Season. EASE, ELEGANCE AND EXCELLENCE. DAILY BETWEEN ST. MM, MINNEAPOLIS. SEATTLE, EVE*ETT, SPOKAFE, AELLINCPAM, VAN­ COUVER AND INTEBMEJIATE MINTS. via the W. C. McHUGH, Agt., MINOT, N. D. ,r«nSeJ»"l« ^5 ~r wh \*& 1 'or the Orient Feb. I, '06 ». s. DAKOTA sails from Seattle for the Orient, Mar. 12, '06 Eastern Work Horses Just received a car-load of fine EASTERN SWORK HORSES, Weight from 1200 to 1500 pounds. Will sell cheap at my farm six miles northeast faom Minot A. V. Swanson. DR. HUBLER'S i«ui .for Painless, Durab...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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