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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 February 1906

1 l* •:i. ). „,V-| w: 1 Tl GOSH THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLGORD, Editor Entered June. IS, 1902, us Second-Class Matter, I'ostofflce, Minot. N. 1). Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, UNtON Judge Goss a Hard Worker. Judge Goss no doubt does more actual work than any two otherjudgepin the state. Dur iig the 813 working days last year, lie actually sat on the bench 2"55 days and 17.1 of those dagrs he heard court cases from his chambers. The Judge states that by putting in every day be­ tween now and spring, he will have the records iu such shape that lie.-can handle the work without lextra help. At this time the Independent does not favor the. division of the Eighth Judi ciai District. A judge now does A»t have to depend upon any •roe county for his election, and afaould be perfectly free to decide a case upon its merits. Sang at Hospital. A chorus of twelve from the Mrristian Endeavor Society sang at the county hospital Sunday...

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. — 15 February 1906

,i A Under the present law what is known as grain alcohol ot' the ordinary strength bears an inter­ nal revenup tax of about per gallon, there being no tax on wood alcohol which is poisonous and injurious to the health and unfit for a great many industrial uses. The high tax on alcohol is pro hibitive when it comes to r.he use of alcohol for the purposes of light, fuel or power, and in thousands of uses for manufac­ turing. It is not proposed to do anything with the tariff on alco- hoi, which is about The United States is the only country of any importance that taxes denaturized alcohol in­ tended for use in the industries, and as a result of this foreign countries are far in the lead in the manufacture of all articles in which alcohol is necessary, Alcohol may be manufactured from anything which contains starch or sugar. It may be made from corn, potatoes, sugar beets, NOW KIMBALL HELPED A POOfMfOlMG MAN A young man neatly dressed and of good appearance stopped Chief of Police Kimb...

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. — 15 February 1906

tf i- p? Lot 1 Ladies' ,• i\ W&i 7 •1 I I ,-Sc- '^r^-K'1'- fl til lM $' ami 1 ".00 ClouUs. during l^vhis special sale Lot 'J— MI.NM \t first Carroll wanted me to swear hut then he pinned it to the original ivlr- Palmer admitted that the ?."S9.90 i-liich the Optic received for the court calendars was not so much for the actual value of the calendar as to pay tor the Optic's support of those commissioners. That is the understanding between him •self and those commissioners at that crine, he says. Heiner. of course, was the shining *.^*ht the Optic, and what he said had t.-i jo- L'nlmer blames Heiner for all this v.r-'.-oUed work. He knew however that «h" countv whs liMiig vimM-"jVi«?-ft m'SS'"' .jjiixsusab •«For Two Weeks Only-»= $S.50. 10.00,12.00 $6.98 S- and Children's $", 0.00. 7.50 and $10.00 Cloaks, during this spefir.l sale ..... Vw.SJO Lot*»—Misses' and Children's £3 and +.00 .Jackets, special sale price COMMISSIONERS REMOVED. (Ooutiuuoil from ir.-.t TutTo) robbed, but had...

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. — 15 February 1906

A A •••V Tkj Safety Pins, all sizes at Paper Pins at 10c Irish Linen Tablets at 13c Irish Linen Box Paper and Envelopes 5c Hair Pins per package 25c Solid Back Hair Brushes at 25c Solid Back Clothes Brush at tie 5c Vasaline at 10c Envelopes at 2c Shoe Laces 6 pair for 10c Combe at 15c Nickel Back Comb at 10 Padlock Pants Buttons at 5c Pencils at 5c Hooks and Eyes, black and white, per dozed— 5e Sharps Needles per paper HOSIERY DEPT. lOc Hose at... 15c Hose at 20c Hose at 25c Hose at :53c Hose at 50c Hose at Toe Hose at -,.--V"'' yijg/j r*[i-hi 'Vn^'Tri^ iiirim iiiiiiijuTii Th%& Rar*ffoin R^rlfAnorc I 1110 Dargaill DI5\lVUllfSro NOTION DEPARTMENT .2 The Store where you always get your money's wc fth. COMMISSIONERS REMOVED (Continued from Four Page) down the items off the book. A part of the time he was standing by Palmer and apart of the time" he was sitting down. He =says he did not direct Palmer to raise certain amounts, did not have him insert fictitious charges. He testified ...

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. — 15 February 1906

I 5"' I ji Hi IS -i •U .'- one of its renders and it first de­ rided toeons!»-n it to the waste basket. The writer is evidently konest in his opinion, yet he is looking thru tin- wrong end of the jrlass. We will first notice Che article, then analyze its con­ tents: Vou pay for sjoods in advance. but if are not as ri'iirtsontoii you fiot your •coiicy l»«ek. To buy from printed descriptions, is #tot wow# than to buy in some of the dark places in Minot. i:vegnrdini tho' freight. It doesn't sfc'tni a= high to us as to the dealers in Wliuot. wont into a Minot barber shop one $ay and fjot a shave. I handed tho bar Ia dimt» and ho said 'Five cents •tture, ptea.se.' I had forgotten the •^rsijsht." Of course wo always pay full price, uot more than the goods are worth. W%» Uiight as well help some millionaires •ij tho cities, as we do not see any bene ^ifTof what we spend in Minot. We always pay cash. Well, I bought for cash for a year and a half in Minot •rTn cort»in store, and spent a pile...

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. — 15 February 1906

vVWVO wmamasm Minor Topics ^SeTGenUemaSjetT at liurling ton, N. D., Ma® 8 and 9. Old English Ff.ff Cake at Wheeler's. Per Cake 2 Sc. A big bouncinc.' baby boy ar­ rived at the Ttnndall hoinp The AU1 Moil- day night. Two good heating stoves for sale. In­ quire at tuis office. Come out to see Tagg\s The Waif, at Burlington, N. Oak.. March 8 and 9. Try Orange Food at Whaler's. 10c. Matclies-l'J lio.ve.sfor LOc at Wheel­ er's. The residents ol' the lied Light District paid in fines to the city of Minot $208 for the month of January. For Sale-—, 885 coupon for (Jett's Piano, Price 840. Inquire at Independent. Miss Lillian Evans has return­ ed from Rugby where she ppent two weeks nursing a little girl precariously ill of pneumonia. The little one recovered. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for your tf. /We have several quarters near Minot and twelve quarters of line land within three to seven miles of Uleuburn, for sale. Ren wald-Stoevener Land & Loan ...

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. — 15 February 1906

tffrirfl ?PTi 3 PL 1 |p tV* jggsg hi45.. 'i^K e^eesseeei^js} kJt & 'A y*m & (J 0 1?"' ^5? IAUTION vV ii -..t.*^^ & «. ffi ifli ®,wW •. 'W vlp -v. & We are absolutely the only house from whom you can buy any of the following pianos WLiBt^R STECK WHKE1-OCK STUYVKSAM 4i-43 So. 5th St. ii rj*» v. mamSJ 1 I Try "EEliBER." at his Candy Kitchen call. Rest assured here, he can please you all You at 118 North Main Street, will always lind ^.V^a^-va,^-. 1 T~ -mr^-v Steinway, knabe, Weber, Ivers and Pond, Gabler, Kranich and Bach, Emerson, Ludwig, Smith and Barnes, and Dyer Bros. or iny of tlio fnuious Aeolian Fancy Hon-Hons, and Chocolates of Superior Kind. Eager to please. '-EERHER" at all times will try- Residents and Strangers' wants to Satisfy. where you will, look where you may. E'luaied not. his Candy Factory is to day. Rich Sweets for the Sweet. Correct Prices too. Mill One Block East of Soo Depot •^rter*w.^. ^^Z^eeiuwiZSiSSLffi It is a common trick of our competitors, ...

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. — 15 February 1906

ps I* •J'' '."K-- I sS i¥ ffvu i*-' BILLY SUNDAY MAY COME TO MiNOT The Man Who Stirs Up Souls and Makes P^P'e Lead Better Lives May ^§|Vn Next Year—Mow Sundtfuoes After Souls An effort will be made among the ministers of Minor, next year to secure the evangelist Win. Sunday, to hold services in Minot. "Sunday is doing a great work in the religious field of Illinois and Iowa, and would certainly stir up things in Minot generally. Sunday goes after souls just like a grocer goes after business. He his everything arranged prior to tie opening of the big meeting. He has a committee raise money for a large tabernacle. This is a large wooden structure, large enough to hold several thousand people. The lumber is tiiecheap­ est kind, and is always placed in the building in such a, way that it can be used to good advan­ tage after the meetings are over. Sunday never asks a salary, but reserves the right to keep the collection on the last nigttt of his meetings. Sometimes on this last night he...

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. — 15 February 1906

Imi£. 6 6 A. P. SLOCUIVi, Profitable Revivals,. Great in-tei-est attends the revi­ val meetittg's held, in the Metho­ dist and Presbyterian churches, which are united in this jiood work. Dr. Pratt's messages are lull of meat and already many have taken a stand for the right. Dr. Pratt-preaches th^ plain un­ varnished truth. Mr. Fulton in his .sing-nip of the wonderful (Jos pel songs, is adding many fold *o thi-' blessing of the meetings. Afternoon meetings in the Pres­ byterian church at and eve­ ning services at 7:45 at the .Me­ thodist church. Dr. Pratt on Sunday afternoons will give an address for voting people at •?:^0 in the M. K.church. Secure tick­ ets at the close of the service Friday night and Sunday morn­ ing-. Sunday evening services at rhe Opera. House at 7:4-.~. Come arid brinii' vour friends. l«- -p. »Are you looking: tor a horse or saardiau. a Jrea.m and have not yet found wjiat yoji want? You want something- younger, sounder, heavier—in short you want a better hoi's...

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. — 22 February 1906

CIRCULATION 7O iu & 1 it ,?° «0 H' a: CL a: -I Id U- 4 O O '(0 5 VOLUME 4. NUMBER 48. AROUND THE WORLD FOR FIFTY CENTS Atrip around the world, and who would not take advantage of such a journey, when it costs but fifty cents, including trans­ portation and meals. The three or four hundred Minot people who took the trip under the auspices of the Ladies'Guild of the Episcopal church, havenoth-' ins but praise for those ladies. "It's the best thing I ever at­ tended in Minot," many remark­ ed, and it was. lOmerson's News stand was the depot. Here the tickets were bought and the buses carried the Crowds to the first station, Emerson's resi­ dence, or Germany. How the Emerson home was transformed. Mrs. Emerson herself looked the genuine buxom German lady with her white cap. red, black and \vhite dress and big shoes. Mrs. Emerson was assisted in caring for the hungry crowds by several otherladies. Saurkraut, weinenvurst and coffee were serv­ ed here. A graphaphone furnish­ ed music th...

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. — 22 February 1906

THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June, IS, 1902. as Second-Class Mutter, Postofltee, Minot, N, D. Act of Congress of March 3, IS79: The Berthold Tribune refers LABEL sunga ot*v9 MINOT, i).. 'nini.sn.w, FI:BRVAI!Y -j-j, ISKW. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Anions the pivsonts which Alice Roosevelt received her rnarriaii'e last Satunlav. was a ''win- for Xic" from .Just one hundred seventy-four years ago today (Jeorg-e Wash­ ington was born. If he could but step on earth today how different he would find things than when he died in 1.71 1). The Independent as a weekly advertising- medium, has fully twice the number of subscribers of its nearest competitor and three times that of any other competitor. The wide-awake merchant has selected the Independent as his advertising medium. Kead his message with care. TO of County Commissioners who were not ••'dethroned'' by Judge Uoss as a "badly shattered remnant." Now the Independe...

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. — 22 February 1906

The Quality Store, l,*r,mi™*mm90*m±»rf, .tf ^^.ji, A,,,n.^.,i.iyS^ffiMFiifrWi ww«fiM" '—ww.wiBUiM«p»»MiWMi 11 •»i^ W WHAT I DID FOR TWO WEEKS IN CHICAGO: BY PAUL V. McCOY. The first bargain I was offered was a lot of about 200 Bracelets. These I bought at one-third the usual price and next week we will have them on sale and at prices that have never been equaled in a North Dakota town. The whole lot are sterling silver and some are gold-plated on sterling. They are new and nobby and will sell for $2.50 each. The regular price any jewelry store would be from $6.00 to $8.00 each. The next bargain offered was a $2000.00 lot of Dueber-Hampden Complete Watches. I am not at liberty to state at what price I secured this lot but let me say I got them at a price that enables me to sell as cheap as any firm in the country. While we have always sold watches very reasonable we are now pre­ pared to sell cheaper than ever. These watches will arrive next week and we will put them on sale at once....

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. — 22 February 1906

KILL VETO i- •RESIDENT ROOSEVELT WILL NOT SIGN AN UNSATISFAC­ TORY RATE BILL. SENATE COMMITTEE WARNED WILL BE INFORMED OF THE IN­ TENTIONS OF THE NATION'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE. Washington, Fob. 22.—Wlien the !»aat.e committee on interstate com­ merce meets on Friday to vote on a rate bill the announcement will be made authoritatively that President Koose/eit fyill not attempt to prevent amendm£nVJi: itfe Hepburn bill that lie will leave the committee free to erorciso*its?m€ judgment and if pos­ sible its differences that If a "biil is reported wtiich does not meet tii.s itpptfoyai and in that form is passed byf&olajgress, he will content himself with exercising his veto power. This announcement will be made as the nwi'lpWii conference during the rfay be: ween xhe most active persons supporting ^he house bill without amendrnorit. tt will be delivered to the committee jay a senator who has supporti$l &V"&nieiulmeut providing for a judicial* "review of an order of the Interstate...

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. — 22 February 1906

,*! 1 GEORGE SARfiHET TO OPEN NEW DRUG STORE Geo. Sarchet who owns drug stores at Upham, Lansford and Epubigh, has rented the business /"raSriitin the corner of the new J'eterKhr hotel block and within ••ty .hiity clays will open a first-class drugstore. Mr. Sarchet is now in the east buying fixtures. He is a druggist, a physician and a chemist, having graduated from those departments of RushMedi calCollege, Chicago. The doctor states, however, that he will not practice medicine in Minot. All old-time Couuh Syrups bind the bowels. This is wrong. A new idea was advanced two years ago in Kennedy's I Laxative Hooey and Tar. This remedy acts on the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs and loosens the bowels at the same time. It expels all cold from the system. It clears the throat, strengthens the mucous membranes, re lieves coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. Sold by MCCOY & Co. Fred Johnson Has Confessed. Fred Johnson, the eighteen year-old lad who robbed the Granville ...

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. — 22 February 1906

5^555 W-'. ftiS)WiiV.'. "i I 1 •.5' if F-«" §&?•" fjp:'\ & !j» igiisiiim L,»t 1—Ladies' $S.r(), l(MH). 12.00 ami 1 00 Cloaks, during tfD QQ latins special »le wU'vO !,IIT 2—Misses' and Children's $5, .00. 7.HO and §10.00 Cloaks, during •sir a $ r'1,s CAUTION & .is&esseissssi •w i& $ 2\e-yV -it We are absolutely ths only house from whom you can buy any of the following pianos **3 so. jut CO QQ sprrial sale dO.MO LOT .rl--Misses' and Children's $3 ami 4.00 Jackets, special Teachers' Examination. The next teachers' examination will be held arch Dth and 10th at the court House in Minot and the school house in Bowbells. :Wchers who failed to pass a ,-.a nsfaetorv examination in Oct. v.iiS'ie allowed to complete a ifieate at this time by making* i: th" branches in which they i.iiled. Those who have condi riona! authority will be required to take this test. Applicants must, enroll at o'clock Friday iiiorning. —E. G. Warren, frn /in sal- price LOT +—Ladies' $5.00, 7.50, ...

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. — 22 February 1906

i". tti V}'* 1 (i I iw 4 The 4 i* 4 '1 ..... h'/ 2- •Of. rrOkJ t?r m. -. ?^J'K»!!i3tJV£PS: rPPff THIS IS THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED FLOUR MILL IN .....Northwestern North Dakota We want Spelt/., Barley and Oats. Bring us your feed to grind. Prompt service. We have on hand Pearl Meal, Rye and Graham flour. Orilz for Breakfast. Nice, clean ground feed for sale. MINOT MILLING COMPANY. International Correspondence School, Of Scranton, Pa. 10% discount Your credit is good.. $5-00 Teutsch's oiler Feed Mi Is a Wonder. Most Complete Arranged Mill in the State. W© now have our Peed Mill in perfect working order and can take care of all feed grinding promptly that is brought to us. We grind every day except Sunday, and will work overtime, if necessary, to get your grist out. No grist is us to start ap for. Anyone bringing one sack of feed to get ground will receive as prompt attention as though he brought a 4-horse load. We also sell ground feed in any quantity. The best Cough Syrup in the ...

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. — 22 February 1906

•4 -u f: 'I ,V •i: ft A *3£ f: f- *k ,v c« •r sr i. I s* /r. Ut pil}'. iS#' f- '-1 J$L I v. FoWa.. Mr. and Mrs'J. B. Stahler were Car jno callers last week. Miss Cook transacted businos in Mi not last Friday. Mrs. P. Koaton of Rugby is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kinney. Thos. Kinney, our popular drayman, went to lvanhoe Township Saturuay lifter a load of household goods for Miss "aCook. Stammen School District No. 26 will build a nine hundred dollar school bouse this spring. The contract has been awarded to Andrew Bloch. The glass front for the Archibald store has arrived and will be but in this spring. Stahler & Lambert are building a large warehouse for their buggies and farm implements which will arrive next month. Postmaster Fugelso of Minot was a guest at his brother's here last week. Ike Hauser and Frank Smith went to Carpio the other day where the pur­ chased several head o{ work horses. Mr. and Mrs Ben Berg went to Minot on Tuesday, returning home Wednes­ day. Th...

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. — 22 February 1906

1 r^? Never has *'3 the A MIGHTY BLOW TO SATAN Minot Stirred by the Union Revival Meetings Under the Leader* shrp J. R. Pratt of Albany, N. Y., and His finger, Rev. R. T. Fulton. city of Minot been BO deeply interested in the religious life as at the present -fcimA Never haw the truth of the Hibl^besi prison hud so clearly, so earnestly and HO pungently as by the famouH Bible expounder Dr. T. R. Pratt. The meetings Jor Bible study held in the Presbv- rian church every afternoon at £30 are crowded with men aud women eager for the truth of God's word. The subjects for the present week have been the Irigin the Work the' Character' land Destiny of Devil. The sub­ jects are of intense interest and [are being handled in a masterful tanner. The truths revealed ire eye openers to all who at­ tend. Satan will be a more real jersonality in the lives of Good's »eople, who catch the truths of these messages, than ever before. ?he speaker shows how after Jatan's origin as an angel of the lighesf...

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. — 22 February 1906

7 **& Right WRITER DEFENDS COMMISSIONERS The Independent Received a Communication Which Plainly Shows That the Writer is Biased—Thinks Carroll and Richardson did The Independent received the following- communication from Cfae of ts readers and according to our policy to publish all com mnnications where they arc couched in the proper language, we give the artijle space. YVe do ao, realizing that the writer's view is a most unpopular one, and the Independent does not for one moment believe as this writer says he does. The Inde­ pendent editor sat during the entire trial of the commissioners, and we are as certain thAt the two commissioners who ifrfcre re­ moved by Judge Goss are as guilty of the charges they were convicted on, as we are that night follows day. The writer, we believe, heard little of the trial, hence his biased opinion. He evidently is honest in what he pays. The Independent has not tha space nor the time to dwell upon this article, but all that is necessary, we b...

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 March 1906

riutatebi VM-* 1 jt-. h?M mh' 2 rn fr' M\f, VOLUME EMERSON CANDIDATE S FOR MINOTC MAYOR Alderman Emerson He Would do if Important Office. Tells What Elected to Having been prevailed upon by $my many friends i?i Minot to be­ come a' candidate for Mayor at the coming election, I feel that ,a it is due to them to inform them where I stand upon the many im portant questions and duties that will confront the Mayor elected 'for the next two years. 2 If elected Mayor I propose to immediately proceed to the con­ struction of a proper water works system, and. asufficient extension of it to make itself supporting (0 and thus relieve the tax payers fc of any burdeji for the support of 5 the water system, y'- '"V To immediately commence the construction of a permanent Q£ sewer system, with a sufficient hi extension of it to meet the needs of the city, and upon a plan that will permit of its extension as the city grOws, both of these 2 things to be done as rapidly as it is possible to do it, and...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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