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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 27 December 1905

Jacohson Banquets Blacksmiths The banquet given at the Grill ?afe tonight by Martin Jacob eon to twenty-five members of the blacksmith?a organization of the northwest, was a most enjoyable affair. Mr. Skeocti and his excellent corps of waiters and cooks never gave better service. After the spread, the blacksmiths were taken to the Commercial club rooms where billiaids and pool wer» played and cigars en­ joyed. The organization to bo known as the Mouse River Loop Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights association was perfected during the day with the following officers:— Pres. .1, W. Bupttner. Norwich. V. Pres. 1\ M. Ilayues. Minot. SPCV. E. 0. Gensner, Kemnare. Treas. John Xorlan, Bowbells. The "Rev. Thomns .Johnston «'if? assist Rev Hunter iu a series of special EvHr.geli.stic services at Burlington this week. The Sacrament of the Loads' Supper will be administered in connection at Logan on Sabbath 31 at 3 p. m. All members are •especially urged to attend. A. B. Hanson, former post master at...

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

il inor Topics rink Osceola Water. C. Anderson is spending two nths with old time friends at gus Falls, Minn. lod clean barrels for sale, all you at Auslandor's bakerv. tf rs. Louis Holt was surprised large crowd of her friends afternoon, who brought a It ?e umber of useful gifts. :\v to buv 18 lbs of granulat sugar for cents. See I'. I'. I'sad. illow City will have a $10, convent, the site having al rpy been purchased. lip your cream to the Minot Central imery. \our cash is ready for your tf. M. (love, a nuichino collector 1 in the hospital at Bottineau, authorities have been unable ind his relatives. •se Hunt, does general blacksmith, it his nev^ shop. He guarantees "all is work to be first-class. Work done you wait 1 ry barn. »AV KD —a roan mare four years old sc. 13th weight 900 pounds, had on ither halter, brandad, g-R combined left shoulder. Reward of ten ulars for re turn of same. good Eronage is solicited. tf '.•Sjfc'J 1906 NEW YEAR'S GREETING! If you 'want to learn how to b...

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

Pevils Lake is to have tiess college. A Devils Lake foy caught in a lie said: "I just told a mistake." The teachers' of the Third Dis­ trict in Ward county,was organ­ ized at Hovvbells. As the days begin to lengthen, the cold begins to at rang then" 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 and a wife beater of Grand Forks, after promising to do better,was released on $500 bonds. .John Millet raised a lot of fine crisp celery which is selling on the Bismarck market. He is also a raiser of small fruits. There is considerable talk of a first class paper's being started at floss. The business men should welcome such a venture Business evidently, is a little overdone at Glenburn. Onelarge concern has taken the auction method, reducing its stock. Brennan & Grey, two of the leading Devils Lake attorneys, have written a valuable law text book consisting of 600...

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

IB? Devils Lake is to have a busi­ ness college. A Devils Lake boy caught in a He said: "1 just told a mistake." Brennan «Sc Grey, two of the leading Devils Lake attorneys, have written a valuable law text book consisting of 600 pages. The Bismarck Commercial club is shaking hands with itself having sncceded in getting an improved train service on the Linton branch of the N. P. An Illinois owner of Hettinger county land has planted hickory nut, walnut, acorns and box elders on his land. The result will be watched with much in­ terest. One of our exchanges is a little hard on the doctor, in speaking of the death .of a reader when it says: "Thev called the doctor in the evening, and in the morn­ ing the poor fellow was dead.'' A Fessenden man sent #100 to his wife in Russia some months ago that she might join him in this country, but she has been detained. The other day he was compelled to send her some more money. A cabinet organ isto be install­ ed in the Missouri insane asylum. It ...

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

i, kA*/i ed. I ge ble ON. sars/s iACH W PARTNERS mg Attorneys lip—WellFixed k. j) more Hum jinected with the ilopartment of (fice, has made ill Mr. Lewis to business as a 'first oft lieyoav. itimie along the jk which lie has I'ked proficiency fill continue to ij.)le portion of iity real estate iness and look BS devolved up of his recent week on every article in our store. We iking inventory and wish to reduce our as much as possible before January 1st, S re is the place you can save your money. GIVE US A CALL BRANCH 130 FV!ain Street, Minot, N. D. appointment, that of Referee in Bankruptcy matters, of the Northwestern Division of the District of North Dakota. The firm has added one important feature, that of handling' .Surety bonds, in connection with Palda & Burke of this city. Insurance will be ^'iven no small amount of 11: tent ion. 1 leal estate loans, the buying and selling of real estate, final proofs, contest- notices and hundred and one other thing's uili le looked after...

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

I W- *v & id tf & 0 C3 (l~ \fc. y- en'or into the biisi??e.*s us a I'M rl ikt ai'ter tlio firsto!'i ]ieyc ir. .Mi. will continue nIon»- the .ine lines of work which lie lias lixiled with marked proficiency WiilfiAlr. Lewis will continue to ivo a con.sideni.ble portion of /his time to the city real estate business. law business and look ir.-ji,' after the duties devolved up tyn liini by reason oi liis recent r^a, Le £PSS3 I lisss fc'V-T 33 f.VIS AND BACH ".Ytrsinent $• a ti-iS rq ISO rs a v* Ail lh£8\5 Yair.g Attorneys -Weil Fixed ForrnParlnership for Their Work. Itocii, wlio more 1h in yi'.ir ims Ix/cn connects] with the Icind mid law *lc|ni'l"turn 1 oi' .roan Lewis' office, luis m^ic Mr1 1.li^NMiiciits witli Mr. Lewis to A FULL CAR OP iVFAINITEa We have the 5 tors sled bsst offered to OFF! This week on every article in our store. We are taking inventory and wish to reduce our stock as much as possible before January 1st, so here is the place you can save your money. US A CA...

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

Sets, etc., at figure your own discounts.. McCOY'S JEWELERS 25% 54 Think what a saving this means to you Don't wait until the lines are broken but come early* necessary purchase until they are all gone. JtHm OUR THIRD UAL SCOUNT SALE. line of Jewelry included in this sale, no reservations of any kind except Diamond Rings. COUNT. 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 off the usual price. All prices are marked in pljain figures and you can Items marked $10.00 go for $7.50, those marked $5.00 for $3,75,^etc. Our entire This is a sale for the careful buyer, where you can make^ 75c do the work^of a dollar. tBSBBBSBSSBSm THER OMETER O you want a good, reliabl...

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. — 27 December 1905

A I V'X' W\ Special Sale Copyright Books between Xmas and New Year's. Cp'ght Books by the Best Authors, only 50c. WARE AT [COST! GOODS AND NOVELTIES at cost. fistmas is over and I find that I still ite a stock of the above named goods To save inventory of them, will sell low prices. is certainly your opportunity to buy! ices not good after the first of the year. S. Blakcy The Druggist or civ MINOT, Haul you Dak. A. C. OLANDER. rn Employment^ Bureau. vve can save you time and aoney, Mgr. NORTH DAKOTA. totif* ^^Q1LL-ROBB ELEVATOR Michael was Horsewhipped. A brute named Michael near Willow City who attempted to commit a terrible crime on a lit­ tle six year old gill, was taken from the city jail, and dragged through the streets by an angry mob and unmercifully whipped with blacksnakes. The next morning the marshal was order­ ed to turn him loose, and giving him a dollar he was sent away on the train. THE SEASON OF INDIGESTION. The season of indigestion is upon us. Codol Dyspepsia Cure ...

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. — 27 December 1905

•r. tj. WILL OUST COMMISSIONERS [Continued from first piiKej red said right had no authority to charge per diem and mileage, but could only lawfully charge to the County their 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 exhorbitant. XXVI. Your informant gives this Court to understand and be informed that heretofore, to-\vit. 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 anrl allowed the bills of each 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 meeting 13 days, $"2.00. 170 miles travel, $¥,.*•(1....

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. — 3 January 1906

I •fsW- •. t*£ 1:7-|CIRCULATION 4 14.100 immHH y\| Uu O E Q. Id ttS lb 111 ml 3 ffl 3?» *f 4i i-v^wS H-ot, B| yVf. ?£y A SfeOc-? VOUUMB 4. NUMBER 4I.. 4\'yfy Fred Baklow,engineer. but an hour. Toby Ekwin III E FrAnk Diehleh, 5 •I FOUR WERE KILLED IN THE GRANVUXEWRECK A horrible wnepk, caused by a head-end collision of two Great Northern trains, occurred at Granville Friday noon which re­ sulted in the death of four per­ sons, three railroad ltten and one farmer. The trains colliding were No. 6, the east-bound pas­ senger, and the daily freight ftpm the Sherwood branch. The dead are: jM1***$*«•« The next thing Billy" Green knew he was lying out on the ground beside his engine, the force with which his train struck the otherhaving forced hiiu thru the window to the ground, tin struck on his head and was rendered unconscious. Aside from having his face burned with steam, he was uninjured. On his engine were his fireman and a trayelingtireman. Neither were injured. The three men on the ...

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. — 3 January 1906

iiv^ ?r Leslie jil meetiiV,v »e used for rer yet pu, the moi! ouldn't it hopes that Mr. McGee will be careful in select ise of the State vs. Commissioners Carroll, 'ick, that they should be men who are not br the other. The charges brot against the tertainly grave ones and if true, there is no should be removed from office. If not true, Waratively easy matter for them to prove their nty is watching this case with great interest. SS catalogues, and we will duplicate any price that am." advertises one of the merchants of the ood idea, and if followed by other judicious ad draw trade. But it will not do this of itsel/. person wants to see, and what will arrest his le general statement that he can do as well at core as elsewhere, or that he can do better there, ijatement of how well he can do on some certain jfbe quotation of a low price on some particular olumns of generalizing. The catalogue .house does in generalities. 'f -»4 time ago Eugene Teutsch advertised in the Indepen with eve...

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. — 3 January 1906

'1 ••-"Ti 3* 4 •W* $4* MISOXLANX Dairy Association*. .** Dairy associations have been of im­ mense help to the country. They have more than anything else stimulated the production of miik and butter, and have secured for the producer of these articles lower rates on the railroads than could have been obtained in any other way. Considering the small site of these associations the work accom­ plished has been remarkable. Very few of the state dairy associations have more than two or three hundred actual members in some cases the actual members do not exceed one hundred. There are a great many members that pay their yearly fee for the mere sake of having their names on the membership roll. In numgroas cases these are agents of dairy supply houses, butter colors and other com­ mercial interests connected more or leas remotely with dairying. The small number of members have, how* ever, the support of the farming popu­ lation. They are looked upon as some­ thing of a parliament, where gre...

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. — 3 January 1906

EIGHT HOURS I. FOR PRINTERS! The Minot Offices Agree to Qive The Printers an Eight Hour Day—Demand was Made Jan. 1st, Over the Entire U. S. Sst Jr Thelliree newspaper and job printiug offices of Miuot signed a contract with theMiuot Printers' Union agreeing- to the eight hour day. This contr.net was made for one year and is si mi liar to that asked by all Printers' Unions, the United States over. The printers' work is tedious at the best and they believe that they will be able to earn their money at eight hours. They allege that by good careful figuring and close attention to their business, they will be able ti accomplish nearly as much in the eight hours as in the nine. The wages remain the same. The Independent is not ad­ verse to the eight hour day, pro­ viding this paper can show up right kind of a balance at the end of the month. We have quit working for oiir health and want to make a little money now. That does not mean that we want to grabj every dollar that is in sight, but...

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. — 3 January 1906

1 7*yv* inor Topics Irink Oscee^Vater. Mr. and Mm' Alex. Marshall ar both confined $0 tjieir bed by illtea*. .« t* (racker-Jack made fresh every da at Ferber's factory tf ,T. Pearson, formerly Su ri^y, is being treated for cancer at Elgin, Neb. 8 life 5 a hip your cream to the' Minot Central Cri amery. Your cash is ready for you. Wi/ ^ilss Louise Ben no has goneto Chicago, where she will take a sisf months' course in the Chicago Arjb Institute. ifcter milk is eoid at the Mi ll creamery at five cents a glilon. tf eter Ehr has rented his White Fi ont business block to Mr. Fiank from Velva who will put in a general store. «s. '.£v. 5 Jase Hunt, the blacksmith, does scien tifjfe horse shoeing. All faults corrected an 1 work guaranteed. Try him. Op po iite Sconeld's livery barn. Minot. tf The funeral of Fred Barlow Wi ts held from the M. E. church Ti lesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, a very large crowd attending. Ferber's candy factory has bden working over time making fancy boxed candies. ...

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. — 3 January 1906

f$\ f?' i?* i* &:>?* C& &> 4"* ft: 'IPr W&' m*m 5» :!ii I. if ./*»»,}. 9 rices ./ J* x# If* U. S. FOOT. •J'Viitf .'.vftv.: The Minot Grocery Co. has branched out to the extent that they now carry a large stock pf papers of all kinds, including print paper, all sizes, letter heads, envelopes, flats, statemen ts, cards and in fact anything that you can buv in a wholesale paper house in Minneapolis. The pa­ per will be cut to order. The One day Mr. Davidson was driving over his fine farm when, he chanced to see a narrow strip of oats that had been left by his tenant. The oats stood five feet and hung their pretty heads in |ast such away as to attract the *harp eyed fariqer, and he pulled •a bundle of the oats then and there. The oats yielded easily eighty bushels to the acre and were raised on au old Indian tnty, the soil being as black as mud. The land that produced that crop has been farmed for sixteen years without manuriug and Mr. Davidson says that its good f...

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. — 3 January 1906

ifffiA. LITTLE T-' E. O.Kf Item's SIXYMUT ot^Ol||gh» tor Mprtt WIIH T«rrtli|lM dem WhMe Playinf. Little,^^garet, the six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. I). Kelley, was run over by her fatder's heavy ice sled this afiiei noon about 4:30 o'clock, and siistainHl such terrible injuries about) the region of her abdomi­ nal cavity that she died at 0:45 o'clock .^-^The heavy sted was tilled with ice and the little fcirl ivaa playing about it. Ttyehoi*. es started up throwin^Mar^aret under the runner, and the tremendous load passed across ^Tifer body, rolling her along for poine distance. She tvas picked up in terrible misery and carried to the Kelley home nearby. Margaret was conscious until she breathed her last. Physicians: did everything possible for tlie little sufferer.! 4$ The parent® are distractef over the untortiiinate affair! Wsm Dr. Johnson and 'wife from Grefit Frils, Mont, are the guests of lira. JoSaaoh's pa rente, Mr. and Mrs. Sever­ ance. v't 1 ""If .'l S ..' •», xsnw...

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. — 3 January 1906

fc •'. It I? S i*' *Y j* J4*«s tsw && 6* J* tW l^S il'v' I" T4 -A. ,\wues /y''" aV. ft t.f yl ^Vli iitfe I [4-% fU .|'i !5 •sr. •». fcMH'P"- 23 Jewel Hampden, -,f. ,.W 20 Year Gold Case, r* $3000. t' .4'?, 17 Jewel Waltham, 20 Year Case. $12*00. ipV,^ wn•••••••. 4 1 gains it looks like you should lie able to find what yon wan'.' on this pa«o Who ever heard of seventeen jewel AValtham movements in 20 year gold, filled cases at $12.00. 1 X#*?! m* •cf «r f* it tf For (lie man that wants a watch •vfiHiatr-wiH ran correct to the second, here is the one to buy. These move- ments sell lor $40.00 and $45.00 all over the country. Our price for 2.'l jewel, eighteen size, open face, in a* 20 year gold-filled ease, 80.00. 1 I1* If you are look inn- for watch bar­ 17 Jewel Illinois, 20 Year Gold Cue^m Take your choice of the four leading inaken of watches at very low prices. If you don't see what you want in this ad. call at our store and i* se» our big watch display. We have them all. T...

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. — 3 January 1906

"v "V. \&*%\ NORTHWEST DAKOTA BASEBALL ORGAN-- The Northwest' Dakota ball league was organized at White Earth December 15, when the base ball managers from Will is ton, Wheelock, Tioga, White Earth, Ross, Palermo and Berthold met and elected J. A. McGlynn, the Ross manager and league organizer, President. /The manner adopted a fourteen game schedule and each week every alternate team will be on the home grounds.^^ The League made but one res­ triction in regard to players, namely, no one player can play in any but his home team during the season. This leaves, the manager free to add playerd in fL any way he wishes,.except taking them from another league team. The league will be conducted on a semi-professional basis, leaving the managers free from i' paying their men if they wish, the only men the league insists on paying are the umpire^ who are, to receive $3 for each game. DOCTORS SAY FULLER WAS NOT DOPED. Big South prairie Farmer Dies From Natural Causes at the Hospital—Condi...

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. — 3 January 1906

rf?: flM: &JF fflfen, it -. v1 f'a §f'' I "i ,| SM* 1 I 1 '-m, !$V $/«"- fci'-? j* $ ifcv /V, ', fHS* EVauc'. Pf '•v. .. 'V felll & i.-r '7^41 & '.'V & 1^ A? T1 &*i *W is*#* jv/t Blgid, upright cars are also char­ acteristic of tcianus (lock jaw). Where that dircase is present it Is tether shown by an infallible test On raising tne horse's head the "haw" fmembra^a nictitans or "washers") of the ere protrudes from the Inner earner across the eyeball. One should not purchase a horse showing this sVE»ptcm. We know of only one in­ stance in which it did not evidence tetanus. Onf. should beware of wrin ftled eyelids too, for they indicate in nujst instances that the horse has suf­ fered oce or more attacks of "moon blindness" (periodic -ophthalmia). In addition to wrinkles one sees that the ezelids under these circumstances are not nicely arched or curved but are likely to be angular, acd a careful ex­ amination may disclose a white ring aaonnd th« eyeball or a white ...

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. — 11 January 1906

'Jl VOLUME 4. Ml III «l O S Generally speaking, the aver­ age person dislikes a thunder 5 gtorm and the sharp play* of electricity, but no matter how unpleasant, temporarily, the O storm may be, the result is a •J purer and more wholesome at .. mosphere. It is true a barn may 2 be burned, an individual may be destroyed, but the peace and 5 III Well being of many thousands It are bettered. In the meantime thirty-five thousand people are on the side lines watching the game, becom ing intelligently informed, and getting ready at the right time and at the proper place to render their verdict as between the O warring elements. In fact the •J battle is attracting thoughtful men both in and out of office in every part of the state. Certainly the people of thiscountv, in every city and village and on "every farm, are watching the play of the forces, and at the same time "keeping their powder dry.'' WARD COUNTTYi^iL,^ -&uw AS A POLITICAL9* giyfSTORM CENTER Public sentiment, when once ful...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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