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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 18 January 1906

'.V tfs' JF1 & ft $ 1 1 I' Wi^, $ «6j r$*' !P r4v?j wWr^.1 wto Mk gpi' tit k?m •-4 :fc r* I THURSDAY, Jan. 38 While 90 last we will sell the DOVER EGG BEATER Double driving wheel pat­ tern. rotary beaters. Regu­ lar 10c irrade for So TUESDAY, Jan. 30 While 5 doz. last we will sell —one to a customer only— FANCY CLP AND SAUCER "Royal Firenze"' rose dec­ orated somi-porcelain, extra light and artistic shape. A reRular 20c value at lOc SATURDAY, Feb. 3 While doz. last we will sell —one only to a customer— FLOUR SIFTERS And vegetable strainers, made of good xuality tin. with wire agitator, extra strong, just half the usual price Sc ,+\ Thru the doctor's skill, the man's life was saved and he is on the road to recovery. The wound was almost exactly like that which caused the death of Wm, McKinley, President of the United States. Riddle, while in an in­ toxicated condition, sat on a table in the pool hall, and imagined that he had it in for his friend. He pulled a wicked T** 75 FT. CL...

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. — 18 January 1906

\w': "T T" fr'. fc .. 'li 'It S 1 A SPECIAL OFFER That Day—A Like Number of New Subscriptions to be Qiven to the Dakota Farmer., .The Independent as one of its special offers to the farmers for the big three days' institute, has made arrangements with the St. Paul Dispatch and the Dakota Farmer, to give awav 100 sub­ scriptions to each of those papers during the three days. This offer will not be good before Jan. 25, nor after Jan. 27. Take ad­ vantage of the offer and you will be pleased. It is as follows: If you are not already a sub­ scriber to the Ward County In­ dependent, you may secure, as a special premium, either the Dakota Farmer or the St. Paul Weekly Dispatch for one year by paying $1 for the Independent for one year. You cannot get the Dakota Farmer for a year lor Jess than (30 cents and the Dispatch will cost you 25 cents. Pay your $1 for the Independent, and take your choice of either of these papers. It you are already a subscriber to the Independent, you may se­ cur...

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. — 18 January 1906

r1- SS^ ^\,5r if Fred Ivelley and a woman com­ panion were placed under arrest Thursday night in the Brooklyn addition, charged with selling booze. They have been admitted to bail. "JBlaekey" was arrested in the Union House, charged with sell­ ing gre water. The officers say that it is their intention to enforce the prohibi­ tion law. Lumber Company to the Wall. The Columbia Falls Lumber Co., has failed for .$.*10,000. H. G. Campbell who made Minot his headquarters, has left the city. Saturday the company's receiver was here looking after collections. Mr. Campbell who was one of the main members of the company, did a nice business, but it is thought that his col­ lections were poor. Presbyterian Services. Sunday January 21, 1906. The sub­ ject for the morning service will be "A Necessary Grace." In the evening 'Jesus of Lazareth Passeth By.' If you have been associated with the Presbyterian church elsewhere, we most cordially invite you to come and unite yourself with us and have a ...

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. — 25 January 1906

pf-i t$ rh??'V O -I III IL III E Q. Ill I- O fau ID 5' kv r.-:. r. •:,.:fi"r J' CIRCULATION $,w?M **v 4.100 ,. V*- 2 ftV W VOLUME 4- NUMBER 44- •M: cm The Speeial to the Indep»ndent. O Fargo, N. D., Jan. 24, 1-906. The trial of Major Murphy at III 3C 1 10 a. oc IU O Fargo before Judge iPollock lor. forgery in the third degree, in passing certain road tax receipts. IL alleged to be bogus, began on O Monday, Januaryv15, and is in full swing. The case is .compli­ cated and the eross examiuation of witnesses on both sides are very lengthy., Objections are. frequently interposed, especially by the defense, which is fighting every technicality stubbornly. The state is represented by States Attorney McGee, his for­ mer assistant John E. Greene, and B. D. Townsend, assistant United States district attorney, and the defense by udge Lauder, Judge Palda, States Attorney Barrett of Cass county, and the latter's partner, Mr. Richardson, formerly of Ken mare. A jury was secured the first day, and...

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. — 25 January 1906

§r ,r •:-J% sf: B&tered June. MINOT, N. 5 COUNTY WARD Published Every Wednesday C, F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, EDITORIAL COMMENT. The railroads hav« reduced the freight on gasoline and kerosene for Minnesota and Dakotas, but the price remains just the same. The Independent will give a detailed account next week of tlie Ward County Grain Growers' Convention. Every farmer should receive a copy of our next issue. Eugene Fallieres is the newly elected President of France, suc­ ceeding M. Loubet. Fallieres is the grand-son of a blacksmith and the son of a magistrate's clerk. He once practiced law. How many "Ward county farmers have ever tried to raise celery? Several tine varieties will grow well here. They are Golden Self Bleaching, Early Arlington, White Plume, Turnip Rooted, New Rose and Giant Golden Heart. Tlie Minot land office was opened by the government Oct. 1, 1 SDl with 1,380,080 acres of land tin taken. Last year this land office outstepped all...

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. — 25 January 1906

f! I W" l" fA m- rt $ tertainment 3SS COUNTY WARD MINOT, N. I)., THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1900. EDITORIAL COMMENT. The railroads have reduced the freight on gasoline and kerosene for Minnesota and Dakotas, but the price remains just the same. The Independent will give a detailed account next week of the Ward County Grain Growers' Convention. Every farmer should receive a copy of our next issue. Eugene Fallieres is the newly elected President of France, suc­ ceeding M. Loubet. Fallieres is"the grand-son of a blacksmith and the son of a magistrate's clerk. He once practiced law. How many "Ward county farmers have ever tried to raise celery? Several tine varieties will grow well here. They are Golden Self Bleaching, Early Arlington, White Plurne, Turnip Hooted, New Rose and Giant Golden Heart. The Minot land office was opened by the government Oct. 1, 1891 with 1,886,080 acres of land untaken. Last year this land office outstepped all others with 8770 entries and $481,4351.81 re­ ceipts. ...

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. — 25 January 1906

Hi. 2 F0LDIH6 BROWNIE Price $5.00 For Pictures 2V4x3Si Inches. Almost a folding Kodak. This little machiue does very, fine work, indeed. It loads in daylight, has tine meniscus lens,automatic fo­ cusing apparatus, reversible finder, two tripod sockets, and is covered with a fine imitation leather. Filo? for this machine costs 20c a roll of 6 exposures. When folded can easily be carried in the side ccat pocket. No. 3-FOLDING POCKET-KODAK PRICE $17.60 Takes Pictures 3Ux4K Inches A picture one-third longer than it iswide is a feature of this-machine that makes it popular with a great many. It is fitted with a fine rapid lens, iris diaphragm, bril­ liant reversible finder,tripod sockets, aad has a capacity of 12 exposures without re­ loading. It is made of Alrc mlnum and covered with a fine black seal-grain leather. IthastheF P. K. Automatic Shutter and works with eith­ er trigger or bulb release. 'Film- for this wstipiment costs 35e a roll of 6 exposures or 70c for twelve. JEWELERS 'fi...

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. — 25 January 1906

V:*yj- •M in I y«w» if\ 'jC' ••A-. -i •C#w •,l ''u |'V'- i"i H-- *.'• Nl. F0LDIN6 BROWNIE Price $5.00 For Pictures 2!4x3H Inches. Almost a folding Kodak. This little machine does very, fine work, indeed. It loads in daylight, has fine meniscus lens, automatic fo­ cusing apparatus, reversible finder, two tripod sockets, and is covered with-a fine imitation leather. Film for this machine costs 20c a roll of 6 exposures. When folded can easily be carried in the side ccat pocket. No. 3- FOLDING POCKET-KODAK PRICE $17.50 Takes Pictures 354x4!* Inches A picture one-third longer than it iswide is a feature of this machine that makes it popular with a great many. It is fitted with a fine rapid lens, iris diaphragm, bril­ liant reversible finder,tripod sockets, aad has capacity of 12 exposures without re­ loading. It is made of Ah mtnum and covered with a fine black seal-grain leather, It has the I. K. Automatic Shutter and works with eith­ er trigger or bulb release. •Film for this instalme...

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. — 25 January 1906

f4\ &- 1 IF }&• fi W. MORRISON WINS HIS f: I,- 1 'ft I 1 1 1 fc A 1 k'. 1 I 5 i-! ., CASE WITH LEE hbh Minot Painter Wa^ wjssjrijjily Burned Sj^ures VjrJictof$5,iio Against P. P. Lis, thj VV»1I ^Knowa iW rc!iant—Zxa Miy bi AppsaleJ. .Vfter hstr.i'um' to oae of t!ie kardest fought lo*il'C.nja ^vei* tried in bhs cou:ity for Kve iy.s, the jury decided that .lauii.s Morrison should b.? »'iyrfri$S,00 dam ix^s 'jy well knowntii'-nvihaut, i'•»f injuries he i'.-*c*^ivTt}d iu ati explosion wliWh ooomve I in l)ij-jin')}r, whilrf M'ji'risiu was lignbing* a fire. Tii'J jury t\M'h 1 a verdict at ly o'clock F/ulav tiiglib. The attorneys for tli-j defense, -Ju I'-T^ Corliss an I Jam s.)o!msonasked for a stay oE thirty i.ys in which to nn'ilci an app al, an 1 this Jiiige gr.i'ite 1. Ta» cue will likely bi taken to the su pr*ni) court of the st ite. L»S'i3iu'J& I» -adford assist9d bv Traev Bangs, the well knowa Grand Forks attorney, appaareil for bhe plaintiff. rris sn-id for $15,000 dii...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 25 January 1906

:\J' N. j. A LETTER HOME Arrested in St. Louis. Ada Benfield, a fifteen year old Minot girl, giving her name as Loraine Fairfax, ivaa arrested by the police at St. Louis, Mo., Monday. She is the daughter of Joel Benfield, a former G. N. brakeman who now resides on a ^laim near Stanley. Ada worked until recently, as a domestic in this city and always seemed to feg a well behaved girl. Just why -she should wish to run away to St. Louis is a mystery. Sheweiit in company with an older girl, supposed to be Myrtle Wallace, as far as St. Paul. Ada applied at the home'of Mrs. Wm. Carroll in this city for work, ana this was given her. When she learned that Mrs. •Carroll knew her parents, she left the house under the pretense of getting some baggage and did not again return. The left Minot the night of Friday last week. It is not known whether the father will eend for his daughter or not. ATTENTION!—If you wish to csell your land or make a loan on the same, call on or write Briggs, Larson, Ed...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 25 January 1906

Mohall Lady is Dead Miss Mnble Deets, neice of Mrs. Mark Nelson. died at the home of her father. Fred Deets six mi. west of MohalL Monday night. froiut.hu effects of an operation performed Friday. For a time it was thot that the younjj: wo­ man would recover, l»ut she grew rapidly worse on Sunday. The young lady was eighteen years of age and had resided in Ward county for three years. She visi­ ted in Minot several times where she made many warm friends. The funeral will be held today. All wool blankets for $2.49 this week at The Branch, 180 Main St. Minot Again Recognized The Minot Grocery Co. receiv­ ed the glad news that freight on Califoania dried fruit had been r^ducad from $1.2" a linndred pounds to $1 per hundred, and consequently will be able to dis­ pose of such goods at a much lower rate. The company since the first year has been able to secure the same rate on Califor­ nia canned goods as Duluth and the Twin Cities. It will be seen that Minot is taking a place commerciall...

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. — 25 January 1906

DRAINAGE PROJECTS. Heavy. 8now in Red River Valley Re­ vives Drainage Projects. The recent snow storm, rivaling, if It did not/^eed the famous one of Tbanlcsg «BPinie, 1896, will serve as nothing ^^ould have done to fix at­ tention oil- the drainage movement now in progress in the Northwest, and especially in the Red river valley. The conditions thus far are quite similar, with perhaps a little difference in fa­ vor of deeper snow now, for it is still snowing. In 1896 a little before Thanksgiving there had been several light falls of snow, and the snow all lay upon the ground, almost where it fell, to the depth of nearly a foot. A strong northwest wind arose and lifted this mass of snow into the air, and the result was one of the worst blizzards In the history of the country, and the deepest drifts that white men can re­ call. Several heavy snows followed during the winter and the snow was piled to an in credible height. The Red river wiads its way for 300 miles through a country al...

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. — 25 January 1906

iWI^" ""..'.V ..** 1 ,5 'xV, (", GOOD HINTS FOR THE INDEPERDENTS FARMER READERS A Batch of Pointed Paragraphs for Your Perusal—The Farmer Boy and the Dis­ trict School. Due successful hog raiser plants afield of sweet corn in rows five feet, apart and a row of pumpkins in between. When the pumpkins begin to ripen lie turns his hogs in the field and lets them harvest the crop, which they do in fine shape to their profit and his. One of the most successful stock men whom we know got his start twenty-five years ago us a result of his father giving him a calf. It is proper to note here that when the calf grew into a. fat steer the old man did not sell it and pocket the money. A "ood many generous fathers do things this way, and their sons do not grow up to be successful stock men. There ought to be a law to give boys their rights in matters of this sort. We made a test a few years airo to see if small potatoes used for seed would produce as good a crop as where large ones were used. We ...

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. — 25 January 1906

.•ft yjrfM A WWW' W, "-A,11 ve hd :t 1 IPffW "M'( on rdin 'our choice of all our $20.00 Suits and Overcoats. Sale price our choiqe of all our $18.00 Suits and Overcoats., Sa^e price ... Boys' bong Bants Suits and Overcoats, wprth $20.00. Choice Boys'-liong ijants Suits and Overcoats, worth $18.00. Choice Boysr\Long Bants Suits and Overcoats, worth $15.00. Choice lA If you ttfr- 1 ill P.4. Bex 4 I Shoe Clearance on Farmers' Days, a SAMUELSONS'. After inventory, we find that we have leveral lines of new Fall and Winter Styles (which we shall close oat to make room for ipring Goods that a now arriving, Come in on Farmers' Days and get he benefit of this reduction sale and see ay splendid new line fof Shoes. If you my or don't buy, come in anyway. Make iy store your headquarters. All S3.5C Skoes, $3.00 All $2.50 Shoos, $2.00 All $3.06 Skoes, $2.50 All $2.00 Shoss, $ 1.75 WOMEftS' AND MENS' FELT SLIPPERS $5 We have always appreciated the trade of the farmers of the Northwest and ever bee...

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. — 25 January 1906

ti 4 h\.t t* Hi. •4^ -3iW 'tW!'. k. ,,y A 4-4»r w»% n| t,,, I- Minor Topics D. A. Dinnie is preparing to erect a $3500 residence. The Masonic lodge at Velva kas received its paraphernalia. Men's 1 buckle arctics at 98c per pair The Branch, 130 Main St. C. W. Hook way, a Granville lawyer is spending two weeks in Cuba. BlueStent seed wheat, No. 169, for sale. C. D. WOOLVERTON, R. R. No 2, Minot, N. tf. John 8troramen, one of our efficient night policemen, is visit jug relatives at Crookston, Minn. Mittens-, gloves and socks at) The Branch, 130 Main St.. The Farmer's Mill at Devils Lake is now turning out good four. The editorials in the Grand Forks Times show that the state, editors had a right to "pre­ judge" it. The county commissioners de­ cided that J. W Rowan shall have one-half of the county un­ dertaking. Taken up—at my home near Hecker \D. a mare bay with roan neck, weight ICO pounds. Branded 4 on right and left shoulder. Owner pay charges, aad take animal. t, 3, p, R. Stredwi...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 25 January 1906

FTf|" wf vfr jt™ ttf ilR IDA JOHNSON ^BMVEN FROM MINOT foung Mman With Nothing in ^Particular to do Excepting to do Everyone Has Left the City— Will Not Soon bs Forgotten. Ida Johnson, the capricious, ood looking, blue eyed liffht aired young woman, who broke hearts of several of the young .men of this city, left Minot ^Thiirsday under a threat of her Arrest by Chief of Police Kimball, unless she made herself conspicu­ ous by her absence. $ Ida drifted into Minot from the I, Hot Springs, she said, and was .looking for employment in a '"'private family. She wanted to draw a salary of $5 a week and play the lady. The Young People's Circle meets again next Friday evening program will be and a literary rendered. Religious services are being held in the Surrey school house every evening this week. There is a fair attendance. The roads are so good and weather has been so nice that our people can hardly believe the reports of the recent heavy bliz­ zard in Minnesota and farther east. It is...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 25 January 1906

1 15c Tin Veal Loaf 1 35c Tin Sliced Bacon, Fancy. 1 10c Tin Vienna Sausages 110c Tin Deviled Tongue 1 15c Tin Ham Loaf 1 15c Tin Dried Beef Minor Topics Try Orange Food at Wheeler's. 10c. There are over 300 pupils in the Kenmare schools. Miss Marie Wilgus has accept­ ed a position in Rowan's furni­ ture store. The case against the county commissioners will be tried February 6. John Corbett. editor of the Reporter, has been confined to his house several days with ill­ ness. The Commissioners are hold­ ing another session this week. They are allowing bills and draw­ ing their breath. Jos. Hunt will exhibit at the Grain Growers Convention oats which weigh at the rate of 25% lb per half bushel. They are of the Twentieth On ry Variety. Old English Fruit Cake at Wheeler's. Per Cake 2 Sc. 13. E. Morstad. the energetic harness maker, has offered as third prize for the best flax at the Grain Growers Convention, a robe valued at $10. The Minot Optic was sold to the Sei-ctid National Hank at ...

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. — 1 February 1906

4 tJH.a- nil., m. will A VOLUME 4. li. O 10 fL O -I in 3 Association Organized. The Ward County Grain Grow­ ers' Association is now a perman­ ent organization, having been organized Friday night. A big meeting will be held in Mi not at least once a year arid ir, will he similiarto the one jiint cloned. The new officers are men who will give their attention to making the association a rand success. J. M. DEVINE, President of Ward County Orain Growers' Association. The Grain (Jrovvers'fouvention held in Minot Thursday, Friday and Saturday, attracted iicruivd of nearly jt thousand farmers here^ueh of the days, and the occasion proved to l»e imi'-h greater than anyone had antici­ pated. "The weather is against UH," the business men of Minot con­ tinued to remark for a week prior to the opening day for the .mercury stood right around the twenty degree below mark. Pait the Lord must have beeu on the side of the farmers and inci­ dentally Miuot, for when Thurs­ day morning came the sun aro...

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. — 1 February 1906

a®" !»V fv W.-1 'vfi 4 *7/^ I fw*/ te fm fa 1 jNSS f. fest ij fey. If A «a V* ill i,'tr land office hung ADjt. ESS&? THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Bote red June. 18, 1908, as Second-Class Matter. Pastotflce, Minot. N, D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879.. UNION MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. A Souris family who used "Red Cross" flavoring, a cheap pa­ tent article, nearly died from poisoning. The company gave chil­ dren prizes to sell the" truck. The last issue oft he Lansford Times before the big tire, roasted the town for not having ample Are protection. Then the fire was started in the office of the Times. The article proved to be too warm. -v .'V: A Westhope citizon bought a car load of saw dust in Grand Forks, paping $35 for it. When he went to pay the freight, he was taxed $88. And still there are some who declare that the railroad companies are not highway robbers. It has be...

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. — 1 February 1906

1 1*. NEWS OPsfTHEPSTATE. Tb(e y^u8 shows that Antler liai iWOf2 people. N. W. Sirnon of Tioga has add }.' fcd undertaking as a side line. Attv. Crane of Sherwood be­ came suddenly insane last week. if A negro minstrel show gave a cheap performance at Bowbells. Several fellows are breaking the game law atLakeMetigoshe. II. C. Blenkner, the Bowbells merchant, is takingtreatment at Hot Springs, Ark. The North Dakota state fair to be held in Fargo this year, will open July 23. The Tioga Gazette shows a marked improvement under the guidance of Editor Irwin. A steer weighing within 25 lbs. of a ton, was shipped to St Paul from Cando last week. The Balfour Statesman is not in sympathy with the editorials of the new Grand Forks paper, the Times. The Harvey Herald is com­ pelled to run sixteen pages to accommodate its large advertis­ ing patronage. W. H. Denny, who is mixed up ii the horse stealing case more or less, has.resigned as cashier of the First State Band at Willis ton. The Itoss V...

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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