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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 13 December 1905

HUNTER SIOREY PASSES AWAY Hunter," the eldest son of Dr. and Airs. Tiios. Storey, died this morning at seven o'clock, after nu illness of less than a week from uppendicitus and peritoni­ tis. The death of this popular little fellow came as a shock to his hundreds of friends in this city, for Hunter had by his gentlemanly manner, made hun­ dreds of friends. Hunter was ta­ ken ill Thursday but was con­ sidered much better Sunday. That night however, he suffered a relapse and grew gradually worse. Hunter was a general favorite throughout the city. The parents, who are terribly grief stricken, have the sympa­ thy of everyone. Ho wan is ture. selling* Xmas furni tf. Married. Mr. John Robert AIcDougall of Winnipeg and Miss Lauretta Jane Skinner of Sawyer at the farm residence on Mouse River near Sawyer of the brides^arents oil Dec. 11th. The Rev. Win. C. Hunter B. D. officiating. The guests consisted of the immediate relatives of the family. A sum ptuous banquet was served and much enjoye...

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. — 13 December 1905

Jos. Huff, 11-2 years. J. W. Watson, a 1-2 years. George Harrington, 4 1-2 years. Nels 'f Stromoeck, 1 vear. Nels Han­ son, 2 years. James Powers, 15 months. Win. Huff and Theo. Hoffman were taken to the re form school to remain until they become eighteen years of age. Mr. Lee states that there are 230 prisoners at the penal insti­ tution. He saw a number of the prisoner from Ward county in eluding Nightengale, the forger, who is making twine now. Bla key, the man who struck Lee over the head, in the attempt to getaway, last summer, is also in the twine plant. Coleman and Wheeler are assisting in making twine also. Lee talked with Carl Hanson, who is in the peuitentiary for life for the .murder of Napoleon rLdfifay ine&r Tagus four years ago. 'Sanson lias now served nearly three years at the pen and 5 QUICK MEAL. To the little girl under 14- who will bring to ourjstore 2 0 largest number of our advertisements on a in in Trade Mark we will give the little Range in our win­ dow. m...

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. — 13 December 1905

M* 4 v. r"' UJ •K1» "•(#, fi E 'J' 1 ?. V{ jlip^iiu'ivawi'j A v,^'b. t:i $ -••'c bf fl Improved arid unimproved Faina 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. VTe-atway*- handle B*v- in TrJ "FERBER," at his Candy Kitchen call. Rest assured here, he can please you all. line oo«nt»»f all kinds in the city. «*v 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-stocked. Remember that we pay the highest prices for butter and eggs. Yours for good, honest dealing, GLEVEN & HANSON MINOT, N. D. You 14:8 North Main Street, will always find. I. Petersen Rostand, MANAGER. MINOT CITY and WARD C...

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. — 13 December 1905

:f Your Choice of all Boys'Long Boys'Long Boys' Long Soys' 1 Long Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined Underwear, for this sale only. .. Men's Double Breasted Fleeced Lined Underwear, price.. Men's Fleeced Lined Wright's Health Underwear, only "Men's Union Underwear, worth $3.00, for Men's Union Underwear, worth $5.00, for Men's Union Underwear, worth $7.50 for Men's All Wool Underwear, worth $1.25, your pick Men's All Wool Underwear, worth $1.50, your pick for Men's All Wool Underwear, worth $2.00, your pick for our Men's Ribbed Underwear, Cooper's make, worth $2.00, your pick Men's All Wool Ribbed Underwear, worth $3.50, your pick Pants Suits and Overcoats, worth $20, your choice: Boys' Long Pants Suits and Overcoats, worth $18, your choice Pants Suits and Overcoats, worth $11, your choice Pants Suits and Overcoats, worth $12. your choice 'Boys' Long Pants Suits and Overcoats, wprth $10, your choice Pants Suits and Overcoats, worth $8.50 your choice Headquarters for Holiday |iog|fofvMen and ...

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. — 13 December 1905

MINOT MINOR TOPICS Drink Osceola Water. Good clean barrels for sale, all you want at Auslander's bakerv. tf An Eagles' lodge will be or­ ganized at Garrison. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for your Henry Auslander is giving awav a handsome match box as an advertisement. Farmers, 1 pay cash for hides, chickens, pork and sheep. High­ est market prices.—Wm. Carroll with II. E, Wheeler, Minot. tf F. (x. Squires, a well contented filenburn farmer transacted busi­ ness in Minot Friday. Clear thinking, decisive action, vim and vigor of body and mind, the sparkle of life, comes to all who use Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents "Tea or Tablets. —W. B. HAWLEY. 0. A. Knudson, a Tagus land owner, has returned to Pelican Kapids, Minn., for the winter. Beautifying methods that injure the skin and health are dangerous. Be beautilul without discomfort by taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Sun­ shiny fa:es follow its use. 35 cents. —W HAWLEY. PRESENTS —NI...

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. — 13 December 1905

-I.- I The Independent has baen told by several that they would fight against paying such high taxes, if an effort was made to collect them without a modification. The Independent believes in high taxes, but does not believe in ex­ cessive taxes, and wants to see some reason for them. It cer •, tainly cannot be said that the high taxes are to be used in paying for improvements in the city of Minot, for there really has been little public improve­ ments here. The water works ay stem and sewerage is .being ex­ tended, but the city was bonded to pay for these improvements. What will all of this money be used for then, we may ask? One of the councilmen remarked that last spring the city fathers had raised the assessment a small amount, not suspecting that the county commissioners would come along and add fifty per cent to it. The commissioners as a whole do not have the best interests of this city at heart and what matter if they do cripple her growth. The alderman hinted that something...

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. — 13 December 1905

mm SINKING FUND am AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF WATER WORKS AND. SEWER BONDS, AND TO LEVY A TAX TO PAY INTEREST AND CREATE A WHEREAS, at an election duly held in the City of Minot on the 3rd day of April, 1905. the electors of said City au­ thorized the issuance of bond of said city in an amount equal to four(4)per centjof the assessed valuation of the taxable property within said City, the proceeds of said bonds to be used for the purpose of constructing a new system of water works or for repairing and extending the present system, and for thex purpose of constructing and extending the sewer system of said City and WHEREAS, an issue of bonds to the amount of Twentyone thousand Dollars ($21,000:00) has heretofore .been offered for sale pursuantto said authority, and the same have heretofore been awarded to the St. Paul Fire and Marine Insur­ ance Company, a corporation, the high­ est bidder therefor Now THEREFORE, Be it ordained by the Citv Council of said City: 1. 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. — 27 December 1905

4,-100 VOLUME 4. NUMBER 3 Id 40. Lose Their Jobs. An effort is being made by .Attorney Gray fromKenmare and Attorney Wineman from Grai\4 Forks, to oust Commissioners Black, Carroll and Richardson from office. Twenty-six charges have been preferred against the three commissioners and the matter will be taken up before Judge Goss Thursday morning. The charges are very comprehen­ sive giving dates of irregularities and a lot of interesting details. States Attorney McGee who ne­ glected to bring any action against the three commissioners, created a little surprise today when he demanded that he pro­ secute the case. Mr. McGee's strange actions can hardly be believer], and many believe that he is not sincere in his desire to prosecute the men who have played into his hand at every stage of the game. It might mean that J. II. Greene, the as­ sistant state's attorney would become the prosecutor and everyone knows that Greene and the commissioners are bosom friends. Mr. Wineman is here now....

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. — 27 December 1905

11 *v iw £$ (i£. t* rttevr it &:* -vl. it *7 T*'" '5^* f^^"" THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT PublitliMI EMry WtdiMMiy. t. F. TRVAX, Mlislnr 6. D. COICORD, Editir Entered June, IP. 1902. as Secon4-Class Matter. PostofHce, Minot. N, D. Act of Congress of March 8. 1879. ^pgssag^ IQTT*S MINOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT, The Postal receipts of Minot stand third in the state, easily takes third place among the cities in the state. A New Years Resolution. "Resolved that I will boost North Dakota in every turn of the road during the coming year." The Fargo Forum says that bad spelling in a newspaper man is evidence of aristocracy and thinks that on that basis, Marshall McClure must be a Grand Duke. With half a million dollars worth of improvements to hercredit for the year of 1905, including more than 400 good residences, Minot shows a greater building record than any other city in the state. Jake Erickson's Christmas was not too bad, at the United States penite...

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. — 27 December 1905

""!v'v mm 4 NO fi Creamery Milk Supply. No creamery should be established where the milk from 400 or 500 cows cannot be,, obtained. Fifteen years ago It was believed that a creamery could be successfully run on the milk from 300 to 350 cows. That may have been so at that time, but at the preserit time the expense of running a cream­ ery are very much greater than they were fifteen years ago. The wages of men have advanced very much and creamery supplies have in some cases doubled in price. The commissions for selling butter are larger than they were, becausc it costs more to run the establishments of the commission men. It therefore requires a larger volume of milk to produce the same amount of reveuue Investigations in the State of Iowa show that a large number of creameries supplied toy less than 500 cows have been compelled to suspend operations, due to the fact that they could not secure enough milk to yield them a profit on their busi­ ness. It is for the advantage of the farme...

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. — 27 December 1905

IP mn •n-i' 1 is. ,u, I $ jwmwQ'it /sW tJ 1 .-rz 4- Jacobson Banquets piacksmiths The banquet given at the Grill €afe tonight by Martin Jacob eon to twenty,five members of the blacksmith's organization *of the northwest, was a most enjoyable affair. Mr. Skeoch and •his excellent corps of waitersand cooks never gave better service. After the spread, the blacksmiths ,were taken to the Commercial sclub rooms where billiards and pool were played and cigars en­ joyed. The organization to *be known as the Mouse River Loop "Blacksmiths- and. Wheelwrights 'association was perfected .during the day with the following officers:— i'res. J. W. Buettner,.Norwich. X. Pres. F. M. May lies, Minot. Secy. E. (f. Gensner, Kenmaie. JTreas. 'Johu Norlan. liowbells. -The Rev. Thomas Johnston will^assi'st ftev* Hunter in a series of special Evangelistic services-at Burliygton this week. The Sacrament, of the Loads' -Slipper will be administered in .connection at Louun on Sabbath 81. at 3 p.. ni. All membe...

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. — 27 December 1905

N 1 ti Minor Topics Drink Osceola Water. A. C. Anderson is spending two months with old time friends at Fergus Falls, Minn. Ciood clean barrels for sale, all you want at Auslander's bakerv. tf Mrs. Louis Holt was surprised by a large crowd of her friends tiiis afternoon, 'who brought a large number of useful gifts. /^How to buy IS lbs of granulat­ ed sugar for ?$ cents. See P. I'. Lee's ad. L. Willow City will have a $1.0, 000 convent, the site having al­ ready been purchased. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for your -X' tf. Gove, a machine collector died in the hospital at Bottineau. The authorities have been unable to find his relatives. Jase Hunt, does general blacksmith, ing at his new stop. He guarantees all of his work to be first-class. Work done while you wait. Opposite Scofield's livery barn. tf. J. F. Perry of Wegthope. while visiting at his old home in Wis­ consin, was killed while hunting. STRAYED- a roan mare four years old Dec. 13th we...

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. — 27 December 1905

Devils Lake is to have a busi­ ness college. A Devils Lake boy caupht in a lie said: "1 just told a mistake." The teachers' of the Third Dis­ trict in Ward county,was organ­ ized at Bowbells. As the days bepin to lengthen, the cold begins to strengthen'' What's the size of your coal pile? The hardest working and poor­ est paid, working- class are the mothers and house wives who never strike. Joseph Tucker, a chicken thief ami a wife beater of Grand Forks, after promising to do better,was released on $500 bonds. •John Millet raised a lot of tine crisp celery which is selling on the Ilismarck market. He is also a raiser of small fruits. There is considerable talk of a first class paper's being started at Ross. The business mnn "should welcome such a venture Business evidently, is a little overdone at (ilenburn. Onelarge concern has taken the auction method, reducing its stock. Brennan & Grey, two of the leading Devils Lake attorneys, Viave written a valuable law text book consisti...

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. — 27 December 1905

& 0* & Q & ,~- l?4 L» 0 W l|S52g *4 6 LEWIS AND BACH ARE NOW PARTNERS Piominenl Young Attorneys rormPartnership—Wei Fixed for Their Work. ('. 1». I5 1), who more MIIVOT, SUfittw. A w» S vl ^m. $ This week on every, article in our store. We j§ are taking inventory and wish to reduce our rW I A FULL CAR OF MAINITEfl We have the 7\ FF stock as much as possible before January 1st, so here is the place you can save your money. I TQ k-^ r'f ISO Rfein Strest, Minot, N. D. appointment, that, of Referee in f'unlcruptey matters, or the Northwestern Division of the District North J)akota. The Jinn has jidded one important feature, that, oi handling- Surety bo/'ids, in connection with I'alda it i'mke of 1 The partners are exceedingly well qualified for their work. Air Lewis as a graduate of Harvard rniversity. perhaps the best college in 1he United States, is a most capable at torney. while Mr. Hach, as a graduate of the law department of the 1'niversityof North Dakota, is well vers...

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. — 27 December 1905

.v gr •NS-' A -r I**'- mr '3?^' ^'. i £& ~.jr to "biTt :2f. toon *mr~ figure your own discounts. IflcCOY'S DRUGDISTS '•"3jSJ8fje Think what a saving this means to you Don't wait until the lines are broken but come early. THE 1st, and notice that we have only necessary purchase until they are all gone. /. 25% DISCOUNT. I N the month of January, 1906, we will hold our big annual discount sale in our Jewelry Department, For one whole month you can buy Watches, Rings, Clocks, Brooches, Bracelets, Stick Pins, Watch Chains, Neck Chains, Knives and Forks, Tea, Dessert and Tablespoons, Carving Sets, Sterling Novelties, Hand Bags, Photo Frames, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Medallions, Toilet Sets, etc., at off the usual price. All prices are marked in plain figures and you can Items marked $10.00 go for $7.50, those marked $5.00 for $3,75,*etc. Our entire line of Jewelry included in this sale, no reservations of any kind except Diamond Rings. This is a sale for the careful buyer, where...

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. — 27 December 1905

PI fi. .,( PhMl! rair%o the BRStllANT INSTALLATION BY MASONS AND ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Large Crowd Attended Public Installation Banquet at the Grill Cafe—Enjoyable Dance at Jacobson's Opera House* Last Thursday night, the La­ dies of Venus Chapter, O. E. S. and Star in the West Lodge No. 33, A. F. ana A. M. gave a bril­ liant social event in the form of a public installation, supper and dance in the Masonic hall. At nine o'clock sharp the Star offi­ cers took their respective places, and the meeting was called to order by Worthy, Matron Mrs. John McJannet, and the work of installing- the newly elected officers for the ensuing year, was begun. Miss Weagant acting as Marshall. The line of march together with the ceremony, is a very pretty one, to behold, and cannot help to impress the casual observer with the complete sys­ tem with which the O. E. S. con­ duct their order. A pleasant diversion just pre­ ceding the Blue Lodge exercises, was the presentation to the out going Master Dr. ...

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. — 27 December 1905

I •M n4'! ll' •Si 8 5 :-:a vJ-i 14^- I*'1' !?1 0|rt!.Q WILL OUST COMMISSIONERS [Continued from first pa^ej red said right had no authority to charge per diem and mileage, but could only lawfully charge to the County theil- actual expenses and your informant alleges the fact to be said fees so charged for said services were illegal, excessive and exhorbi tant. and that said Defendants well knew that said fees so charged were illegal, excessive and exhorbitanfc XXVI. Your informant gives this Court to understand and be informed that heretofore, to-wit, at various meetings of said Board of County Commissioners, the said Defendants acting as a majority of said Board have unlawfully and corruptly audit­ ed and allowed the bills of eaclf other for services rendered by them to said County of Ward, which said bills contained charges for illegal and ex­ cessive fees and which are more par­ ticularly described as follows, to-wit: Jan. *14, 1905. Ward County to William Black, Dr. January meeti...

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. — 27 December 1905

li CIRCULATION 4.100 4. VOLUME E IL (0 ac 0. OC 111 J1 Id li- bl O Q. bl LL. _J CD -j 10 NUMBER 40. Lose Their Jobs* An effort is being made by Attorney Gray fromKenmare and Attorney Wineman from Grand Forks, to oust Commissioners Black, Carroll and Richardson from office. Twenty-six charges have been preferred against the three commissioners and the matter will be taken up before Judge Goss Thursday morning. The charges are very comprehen­ sive giving dates of irregularities and a lot of interesting details. States Attorney McGee who ne­ glected to bring any action against the three commissioners, created a little surprise today when he demanded that he pro­ secute the case. Mr. McGee's strange actions can hardly be believed, and many believe that he is not sincere in his desire to "prosecute the men who have played into his band at every stage of the game. It might mean that J. II. Greene, the as­ sistant state's attorney would become the prosecutor and everyone knows that Greene ...

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. — 27 December 1905

THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Ev«ry Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. If. 1908. as Second-Class Matter. Postoffice. Mfnot. N, D. Act of Conicress of March H. l^7». yEmMLABEL MINOT, N. D.,'WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1905X EDITORIAL COMMENT. The Postal receipts of Minot stand third i« the state. Minot easily takes third place among the cities in the state. A New Years Resolution. "Resolved that 1 will boost North Dakota in every turn of the road during- the coming year." The Fargo Forum says that bad spelling in a newspaper man is evidence of aristocracy and thinks that on that basis, Marshall McClure must be a Grand Duke. With half a million dollars worth of improvements to hercredit tor the year of 1905, including more than 400 good residences, Minot shows a greater building record than any other city in the state. Jake Erickson's Christmas was not too bad, at the United State* penitentiary at Sioux Falls, S. D. Minot friends remember­ ed him...

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. — 27 December 1905

•A' ii a I iff* cfj i* 4 Creamery Milk 8upply. No creamery should be established where the milk from 400 or 500 cows cannot he obtained. Fifteen years ago it was believed that a creamery could be successfully run on the milk from 300 to 350 cows. That may have been so at that time, but at the present time the expenses of running a cream­ ery are very much greater than they were fifteen years ago. The wages of men have advanced very much and creamery supplies have in some cases doubled in price. The commissions for selling butter are larger than they were, because it costs more to run the establishments of the commission men. It therefore requires a larger volume of milk to produce the same amount of revenue. Investigations in the State of Iowa show that a large number of creameries supplied by less than 600 cows have been compelled to suspend operations,' due to the fact that they could not secure enough milk to yield them a profit on their busi­ ness. It is for the'advantage of 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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