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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 11 January 1906

$hV 1 *T t, MINOT, N. 's £Ik f, advertisement to' apuear moi nothing more or less than a str tion, to our readers. He has public know that fact. That's worth of business this year. The farrrier is to the merchi pa per man. The farmer sends and coffee and the merchant ho large printing establishment fo man howls, but he has a howl cj get the trade of the public and sentiment the newspaperman ec gradually educates the unruh thus prospering the merchant, the extra shekels and continues the newspaperman gets—the "g 4 UNION LABEL The Optic went but of the u, ad to state that the Independent and the Reporter were neither CT.pable of judging the right price that should have been charged for the court calendars which the Optic printed for the county, and for which they were paid $389. Later when a terrible howl went up in the county, the commission­ ers thought it would look better to lower the bill. The warrant was recalled and anew one issued to the Optic for $150. Even then the price was...

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. — 11 January 1906

$5 M8 S-s kAv.^v^ puf tt- 'X f- •:W/. SlP & 4 Js^ V®*1*f :#s Jh*1 '^f£' rfferi 1PPH li" 1 !W» McCOY'S '•,» O* ,. \'/»V '?r« V*. ',y -h 1 1 .* ..pu. V, '-S#S •m~. Mi T^,r ', ,v The dishonest builder will put into the building where it can be covered up, low-grade and defective material, when the specifications call for the best goods. The mail-order house offers groceries, dress goods, clothing, etc., of first quality and fills the orders received with second or third quality goods—this is known by mail-order experts to be the secret of the success of "direct to the people'* methods of merchandising as practiced by the large houses, And soJit goes ihruout all the channels of trade, in­ cluding the semi-professional trade of retailing drugs and compounding prescriptions. The sensational, tricky drug store man (thank goodness, there are compara­ tively few of them) will substitute cheap and inferior drugs.for standard medicinal ingredients when the lat­ ter are required to alleviat...

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. — 11 January 1906

ifftv I 'V*! 8' ". 1 1 PRIMARY-ELECTION! LAW MAY BE INVALB the primary election law, enafcted by the last legislature of theis-feate- of North Dakota, in­ valid? Tliis question is the chief topic uf discussion among the mem foer# of the various political parties as the approaching cam­ paign draws near, and will be answered by the state supreme court if present indications are any criterion. The basis for contending that To Publish Thursdays. You will notice that the date erf publication of the Independent has been changed this week from Wednesday until Thursday. The publishers after nearh' four years of experience, have .ascertained .that it is impossible for the Minot business men to prepare their ..advertising copy early enough for a. this paper bus found it a difficult task to go to press on time. An effort should be mode by the ad­ vertisers to uel their copy in not dialer than Tuesday nig!ft', to in­ jure hpaee in the issue of the iWeek.: RV-i & thc m"* SNA" ft/' ***%$ If ...

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. — 11 January 1906

'I •i y\ r- /I 1 «.:V rtifl wvmw^ »S'(»f ft**-* BALFOUR WONAN SMASHES DISHES Balfour Statesman:—There are severalJdoraestic rows and sen­ sations iu town this week. One amiable irau is alleged to have knocked hubby down with a skillet and a separation folio wed. We understand that this has happened before. Another imi tated Carrie Nation and went a* ter anew house with an axe. She drove the carpenters out, swish­ ed the windows. It is alleged thae she playfully tossed a nail puller that cams in contact with one of hubby's ribs and fractured it. She is now said to have com­ menced repairing the damage and is preparing to keep hous»e. There is more domestic infelicity on tap—J.U from strange^ to Balfour, not one a citizen of Bal­ four any length of tim3. Tne people of the town have hal a little to.-) much excitement for one week. .• Phone No. 19, Carroll's lmab market, for the best of every­ thing in the msat line, Ihe choicest bjefs,pork,chicken,mat ton. fish, oysters, eoe. in the ci...

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. — 11 January 1906

The Deadly Chicken fflito. Herewith we illustrate tjie deadly chicken mite (magnified £5 diame­ ters). The mite at its natural size can be readily known and recognized by means of the naked eye, but a magnifying glass will make him still mora apparent. These mites a: very destructive to poultry and k".l more young chicks than any othor pest. Their amallne8s makes them I'.ard to light. They multij^j^yitb, gi\t«t ra­ bidity, Und it l's' not unSauai to find all the crevices in a poultiy house harboring these miles. SotK^Uu'Vis a tingle crevice will hold ten Hiou&&d Jiiites. They swarm on fowls when they are at rest, and more than, on* sitting hen has had her life blood sucked out to such air extent' thai aha has died hovering her eggs. To fight these miaute creatures it is neces­ sary tp have all parts'of the poultry house constructed of matched lumber and the cracks filled up -with some ad­ hesive liquid such as whitewash. The roosts- and all nests should' be mova­ ble. Neat m...

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. — 11 January 1906

15.00 10.00 5.00 aso i:oo 20.00 10.00 180 LADIES' SKIRTS. Made in plaits, circular, plain. Colors—Black, •Blue, Brown, Green, Gray Tan and Scotch Mix­ tures. $13.00 Skirts at 7.50 5.00 $7.98 12.00 6.98 lo.oo 5.98 Up-tordate in every way. Some with Fur Col­ lars Fur-lined, Plain Collars some without Col­ lars. Colors—Black, Brown, Blue, Gray, Scotch Mixtures. Three-quarter length. 120.00 Coat at LADIES' AND MISSES' UNION SUITS. 13.00 Suit at 17.00 Suit at 12.50 5.00 3.50 4 2.50 44 4.98 2.98 54 LADIES* CLOAKS. $11.98 9.98 5.98 3.98 1.98 LADIES* WAISTS. Made of Crepe-de-Chene, Taffeta, Sill|^Au& trfliup Cashmere, Mohair, Nun's Veiling, Ci­ vilian Linen,Calico and Wash Goods, of all kinds, 'from the best to the cheapest. $MX00 Waist at 44 $6.98 750 4.98 2.98 a® 1.98 lao .98 -.... .49 LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. Veeta at «9c, 39c, 28fi, 19c Pants at 49c,38c, 29c. 19c .09 .09 $1.98 mo 1.49 2.oo 1.25 1.00 .69 .50 ....v.... .39 MEN'S AND BOYS'SUITS. $10.98 is.oo 9.98 MEN'S AND BOY...

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. — 11 January 1906

tf" :v(«f» I COMMISSIONERS INDULGE IN ABSURDITIES II L'ominissioueis Black, Carroll and Itichanlson did a peculiar stunt at their meeting last week, when they lowered the salaries of Deputy Register cf Peeds Ralph Abbott, and Deputy County Auditor, R. S. Wilson from $85 anion tti each to 135 a month. The commissioners gave as their excuse that the men were not worth more than $35 per month. Queer isn't it that it took those watchful fallows A YEAR TO VIND THIS OUT. Three days later finding that they had gone contrary to the taw, they raised their salaries from $35 per month to $50 per month, the lowest salary pres­ cribed bylaw. Readers of the Independent, just stop for a moment and think what absurdities these three com­ missioners indulge in, and yet they draw pay from the county for just such work. A schoolboy would use better judgment. You will not find beauty in rouge pot or complexion whitewash. True beauty uomes to them only that take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It is a w...

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. — 11 January 1906

MliLki S':A il v-rJ" /t JWfc IP ^j'it Vv ,V ^\'"i,^ tJa iw ii 1 "i 1 /, 'V -v W if rj»4 ^v if mv t#4 (J 1 FLANNELETTES 18c quality7, I. at.... 15c quality, ||n at AA:a Hu 12J^c quality,!. :. f• 10c quality, at.... y:£mpm MM LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS. f8.50 quality, |4.00 quality, Remember the tA:- ..f OLAF OLSON CLAIMS THE FIRST HONORS "Well Known Minbt Citizeh Says He is the First White Man to Step Foot On Spot "I was the first white man to step foot on the ground where Minot now stance," Olaf Olson remarked to an Independent re­ porter the other day. "You see in the spring of 1882,1, in com­ pany with Ole Tbvgson. Ole Spoklie, John Jacobson and Sy ver Anderson came out from J^arimore with an ox team. The road did not run any further than Larimore at the time and it was along journey across the country! ,'We stopped down the r^er two iniles this side of where Sawyer now stands, and welrailt a log house living the first year in that building. believe that E. D. Skinner now lives where we ...

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. — 11 January 1906

1C\ •Y Ra»- Vir I •I Minor Topics 4 Try Smallwood jr groceries. I! you want pure groceries cheap, try Sinaihvood's Cash Grocery. l* TV-": Don't forget the bijr sale at S. R. Kallak'* White Front Store Monday .January 35. ^jS North Dakota has 106 Nation al banks while South Dakota f^has7+../-.' Good clean barrels for sale, all you want at Auslander's bakerv. tl Word was l-eceived in this city Thursday that ondiictor BuWr far. of the G. N. had broken his leg' A substitute conductor was sent up from Minot. Ship your cream to the Minot Centra Creamery. Your cash is ready for you tf The Ladies Aid of tho Catholic chiUkrch will give a card party at the court house Thursday even­ ing Jase Hunt, the blacksmith, does scien tific horse shoeing. A11 faults corrected and work guaranteed. Try him. Op­ posite Scofield's livery barn. Minot. tf Henry Auslander, the baker, returned from Grand Forks where he purchased a large consign­ ment of flour. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your...

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. — 11 January 1906

a 9 i-V Vs "5 rr. hY The seed day which was held in the city of Minot Marjch 11, last year, was in every way one of the most successful, both. to the farm* era who attended* and the merch­ ants from a business standpoint:, ever he|4 in the city. There were not lees than eight or nine hundred farmers in attendance. It was a great day and waa in every way profitable to all concerned.^ The seed car however, was with us but a few hours and for that reason those who traveled with it were not able to give as extended and varied information pertaining to the farm and its many interests as the farm en themselves had hoped, and the speakers desired, but still from a business standpoint, it was in every way successful. VlThis year, beginning with Thurs­ day, Friday and-Saturday, January 25, 26 and 27, three whole days, in­ cluding evening sessions, will be solely devoted to the discussion of all practical problems pertaining to the farm, by a half dozen of the best known speakers on agriculur...

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. — 11 January 1906

I bf, JSC. A bf, JSC. tig I V- '4V'. t'r & i: I 4 di I Carl Hanson's Mother Dead. Mrs. Hanson, died Friday ynborning at 1 o'clock, at Ihome of her daughter, Mm. Glaytou Youngkin from a linger­ ing illness of cancer. The funeral 'was held Saturday afternoon Worn the Lutheran church, Rev. Ir. Nilsen, officfating. Mrs. [anson leaves five children, iree sons and a daughter. One fnbn, Carl, is serving a life term |a the^peniteutiary at Bismarck, ife&d according to rules, was not •allowed to attend his mother's funeral. Satisfied Customers. I (The New Store appears before Ibhe readers of the Independent tlfis with a full page ad. Sadweek it. The proprietors find at they must sell their goods and have placed some good bargains before the public. The New Store has been open a little more than a year and a large satisfied line of customers tell €he story of its success. 4 Drink Osceola Water. Fea&l vt Kinei. Halmagen, la J'evs.'natiia, possesses a [public festival wblch is probab...

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. — 18 January 1906

W" lii 2 o. t+S O IL -I O in**. I?! 4 I NUMBER 43. VOLUME a. THOMAS GRIFFIN, Mgr. The Independent takes great pleasure in calling the attention 'of its readers to the thriving in­ stitution of Minot and our rapid­ ly growing city. One of ^the im­ portant factors in t.he growth of Minot is the Minot Grocery Co. A little more than a year ago, the present* management took charge of affairs and while from the very start, the public ac­ corded them excellent treatment, yet the first year's business w$s more or less of an experiment. The year's work has been most satisfactory/ The company starts out in 1906 with ,a $125, 000 stock, the four floors being filled with fresh groceries of the latest and best brands. From ltugby to Havre, Mont., a dis­ tance of six hundred miles, and from Portal to Carrington on the Soo, the ^oods from this house are in every store and none are more particular. A1.-- The business has been a paying III one for the company. It has J[ p&ftjpn to be a great sav...

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. — 18 January 1906

I i,- I'i. I" &I:'i H'! .1 •',' V] 1 I 1 THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. 18, 190S. as Second-Class Matter, Postofflce, Minot. N. D. Act of Congress of March 3.1879, MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT* When you consider that Minot is the natural jobbing center for Ward county with -40,000 people, McHenry with 20,000, Bottineau with 23,000 and Williams county with a rapidly increasing popu­ lation, there is no wonder that we are growing at a rate of 2000 population a year. No wonder every business man in Minot last year made a handsome profit. Again we wish to remind every farmer reader of the Indepen­ dent and others, that £ou are welcome to Minot on January 25,26 and 27, the days of our farmers' convention. The business men have raised several thousand dollars in cash and in prizes and pro­ pose to give you the best time of your life. No pains nor expense will be spared to ...

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. — 18 January 1906

HAND-BAG BARGAINS. From now until Feb. first we will sell all our hand-bags at I off the regular price. McCoy's leather goods are always the swellest and they are good values at the regular prices, so to be able to bue them at off the regular price makes them a fine bargain, indeed. We Jiave them ranging in price from $1.00 to $10.00. THE QUALITY OF DRUGS Is of far greater import­ ance than the price. Drug economy is getting drug quality at reason­ able cost. We consider that the fairest way we can treat our customers is to give them the pur­ est goods that we can obtain. It's a matter of principle with us to sell pure drugs and we feel that we are responsible for the health of the peo­ ple who favor us with their trade. When you want medicines in which you can place depend­ ence remember you can get them here. You'll find our "prices are no higher than you'll pay for ordinary quality. DRUGGISTS and McCOY OOES TO CHICAGO FEB. 1st About Feb. 1st our buyer, Mr. P. V. McCoy, will go 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. — 18 January 1906

A* %p 4 fr? ATTEMPT TO -flE :|p:: IV 4 Itf®. Ji ,*fV •V^f- I *$z& sf§?? 's#& if?.? A jr\t & 'iV li I ^,'1v 4 S *|r A-(_' '"i h,'1t1•' .V .* f§ wm ,.• Mr .(•- fefc ils SQUARE THEMSELVES A majority oi the Board of County Commissioners Richard­ son. Carroll and lilack, passed resolutions last week, ordering the state's attorney to take im­ mediate steps to secure $43 from 1). A. Dinnie and 180 from Con­ tractor D. H. Lord. These amounts had been given these contractors by these commission­ ers to cover a discount ou county warrants paid to them ior work iJone for ttte county. After County Auditor Fabrick ft ad brought this, as one of the twenty-eight charges against these commissioners, they con­ sidered that they had not done just what was righc in the mat tejr, and have taken steps to right themselves in this otae par­ ticular. Of course in the eyes of tljif) public, it will not make these eoiiimissioners appear one whit Wtter. If a man should be caught stealing a horse, ...

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. — 18 January 1906

I IS & 4. r: ./ \r si Five speakers twill discuss im­ portant problems each of the three days. Grains, grasses, corn, stock poultry, dairying, rotation of crops, treatment of flax for wilt, and grain for smut and a thousand and one other things which are of the utmost import­ ance to the farmers, will be dwelt upon at some length. These men are practical farmers and stock­ men, whose knowledge has been gained not only on the farm, but at the Agricultural Colleges of North Dakota and Minnesota. Information which has cost them years of experience and perhaps thousands of dollars will be imparted to you absolute­ ly free. Look elsewhere in this issue for the program and prizes •offered for the best farm and dairy products. The business men of Minot realize that it is an important thing for this city that the sur­ rounding country should be oc­ cupied by farmer who know their business. It was not an easy matter for -Gov. Devine and others to secure, this convention for Minot. It is ...

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. — 18 January 1906

mfrim, Western Implement Company. First, Second (and Third Prize. To the farmer thnt brings io our office here in Minot the most names of prospect­ ive purchasers of spring goods in our line. jjivin^ P, O. addresses and section where they live, on or beforo Jan. 27th. FIRST PRIZE—Plush Robe, SECOND PRIZE—Pair Heavy Horse Blankets, value THIRD PRIZE—Foot Warmer, value Farmers! During the time that you are here In Minot attending The Farmers' Institute, I want lyou to come to my office and make yourselves at home and get acquainted. Look over the big stock of goods that we have to sell. Remember that we carry the biggest stock of Farm Implements in the Northwest. If you have any mixed grain that you want to clean for seed, bring sam­ ple in with you aad we will show you how easy it is to clean it with our Fanning Mill. We have the Monitor Single and Double Disc Drills which are not just as good as other makes, but the best drill that there is, on the market to day. WESTERN IMPLEMENT C...

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. — 18 January 1906

"f Your choice of All $3.50 Skits, All $3.00 f. sm'rwsv vjfj *4ju? .i*v Your choice of all our $ 18.00 Suits and Overcoats. Sale price ...» Boys' Long Pants Suits and Overcoats, e./C worth $20.00. Choice MIU«UU Boys' Long Pants Suits and Overcoats, worth 818.00. Choice Boys' Long Pants Suits and Overcoats, Choice. SION, $2.50 We have always appreciated the trade of the farmers of the Northwest and have ever been ready and willing to lend a helping hand for anything which We have always appreciated the trade of the farmers of the Northwest and have ever been ready and willing to lend a helping hand for anything which all our Fine Custom-Made Suits and Overcoats, worth $25.00. Sale price Your choice of all our $20.00 Suits and Overcoats. Sale price tended to benefit them. We propose, at this reduction sale, to not make mon- mmiM* ey, but friends. We believe that once a customer, you will always be a friend and respectfully invite you to consider the prices we quote you. tended to bene...

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. — 18 January 1906

t/C Steifet ill ihj .' 7:'!' ,- -V I J/'. tte it* $2T50(dam JUDGE DAVIS IS AGAIN DEFEATED Nehemiah Davis who Asked $2,500 Dama­ ges for Injuries Sustained in the Collapse of the Minot Postoffice Loses. After a deliberation of nearly six hours, tke jury in the Davis Jacobson-Dinnie case decided in favor of the defendants. Thus twice has the plaintiff failed. Judge Nehemiah Davis sued for ges for injuries sus­ tained in the collapse of the Mi­ not postoffice building in Sept. 1902. The first time he brought suit against Martin Jacobson the owner of the building, and D. A. finni'j, the contractor who was remodeling it, he asked *15 ,000 damages, but decided that he would ask a much less sum in tfye second fight, to be more certain of receiving at least a part. Davis went down in the col­ lapse of the postoffice with five others and came out with his head bleeding and his clothes badly torn. Three or four days afterwards he became ill of Surrey Farmer Is Successful. Little has been said...

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. — 18 January 1906

|frv I* r&^v* 1? V-V 1 4 I 12.00 IO.OO 7.50 o.oo f"- 15.00 10.00 5.00 3.50 7.50 5.00 2.50 1.50 1.00 vr 180 LADIES* SKIRTS. -, Made in plaits, circular, plain. Colors—Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Gray Tan and Scotch Mix­ tures. 113.00 Skirts at. 2.50 ......v. .50 7.50 35M0 20.00 15.00 IOJOO 8.00 5.00 3.00 2.oo 1.25 l.oo MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS. $17.00 Suit at 15.00 MEN S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS. $50.00 PutCoat at /*v "r^' $7.98 54 LADIES' CLOAKS. Up-to-date in every way. Seme with Fur Col­ lars Fur-lined, Plain Collars some without Col­ lars. Colors—Black, Brown, Blue, Gray, Scotch Mixtures. Three-quarter length. $20.00 Coat at 8.98 5.98 4.98 ....... 2.98 $11.98 9.98 5.98 3.98 1.98 LADIES' WAISTS. Made of Crepe-de-Chene, Taffeta, Silk, Aus- tralian Cashmere, Mohair, Nun's Veiling, Ci cilian Linen,Calico and Wash Goods, of all kinds, from the best to the cheapest. $10.00 Waist at $6.98 LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. Vests at 49c, 39c, 29c, 19c..,. Pants at 49c, 39c, 29c, 19c LADIES' AN...

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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