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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

MOTHER 006 ADOPTS PIG Farmer Emmet's Intelligent Shep­ herd Dog Allows Orphan Pig gie'to Nurse by the Side of Her Own Poppy—Will Not Al­ low Pig Out of Her Sight. A farmer named Emmet arrived from Iowa last week with a car of: goods, and with it an extraordinary intelligent Shepherd dog, with two or three little puppies. He also had a number of little Jersey Red pigs when he started, but all but one died and it looked to Farmer Em­ met as tho he might just as well knock this one in the head. The mother dog however thought different, for she took pity on the little orphan, if dogs ever do show such a feeling, and nursed tfeterlittle pig along side- of her own puppy. The pig began to grow stronger and now is as sleek a looking a little porker as one would ever care to see. After Emmet had reached Minot, he concluded that the pig would live all right, and took the little fallow away ftom the dog, but the canine would not have it so, and was seen carrying the pig back to her nest by the...

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. — 5 April 1906

•£i^i .I jy 11""",»".11 RICHARDSON AND CAMOa APPEAL rom Judge Goss' Decision—Mc Oee Also Takes an Appeal From Goss' Decision Wherein Black Was Exonerated From Blame. As the Independent suspected, would happen, Ex-comissioners Carroll and Richardson have ap­ pealed to the supreme court of the state from Judge Goss' de­ cision, wherein they were re­ moved from office. State's At­ torney McGee, learning what had been done, immediately started an appeal from Judge Goss' de­ cision, wherein Wm. Black, the third commissioner who was tried, was not removed from office by the Judge, and he hopes yet to reduce Black to the ranks of the common herd. The Inde­ pendent, has. yet to hear the man who says that he believes that Richardson and Carroll did the wise thing in bringing this ap­ peal. The Independent editor heard practically all of the evi­ dence of the trial, and we cannot see how Judge Goss could have done otherwise than remove those men from office, from the testi­ mony which was giv...

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. — 5 April 1906

M1M Gone to Meet Their Maker. Carrie ^Vilnies. a five y»*ar old girl, died from brain fever on south prairie Thursday morn­ ing. Burial from Catholic church Friday. Samuel ('alt of Bowbells died at the hospital March 80. from the effects of an operation. Ole Nov hie, who lost a sum of money in the failure of the Miuot National Hank, worried until death reliev^i his sufferings March 30. Owen Swinney from Wisconsin died Tuesday" evening at the hospital from spinalmeninigiti*. Alleged Murderer Arrested. John Faque from San Francis­ co, was arrested at the Grand hotel early Monday morning by Officer Lake, charged with the murder of Wm. Faque in San Francisco three years ago. The man wa,s arrested at the instiga­ tion of Robert, a brother to the murdered man. It is expected that a warrant-will arrive from Chicago, where it has been in waiting for several years, as it. was expected that the murderer would eventually turn up there. Faqun warned the authorities that unless this man was arre...

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. — 12 April 1906

1 I CIRCULATION 4,200 4 Id Um O 0 oc oc Id Id II O Id O Id OL Ik -I CD Id O 3 ID r* O O O 10 Id '^1 a \"rt'"-'* 0k HUSTLERS COMBINE n«r11 So0f ihing Regarding the New Furniture Company Which was Recently Organized. The following directors were recently elected for the Minot Furniture Company: F. J. Falvey, Knute Spoklie and J. C. Hoff, Minot Wm. Ol­ son, Palermo, and H. O. John­ son, Pleasant, N. 1). The officers are J. C. Hoff, Wm. Olson and Knute Spoklie. The company has been capitalized with a stock of $25,000 and is incorporated. The company owns valuable property opposite the post office and will be one of the permanent of Minot's insti­ tutions. The Independent hopes to see it grow with busy Minot. J. C. Hoff, one of the members of the concern, has long been a resi­ dent of Minot. He is a wide­ awake business man and a man who always has a good word to say for the city and community in which he lives. He knows every phase of the furniture busi­ ness. Mr. Spoklie was born here....

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. — 12 April 1906

PL $' 1 1 ft 1' 1 ,|r 111 is. I'? i'f -•if .« 8* •81 s-M l"'r «T 1S3 W+bf}- Wa THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Evary Wednesday. C, F. TRUAX, Publisher 6, D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June, 18, 1902, as Second-Class Matter, Postoltioe, Minot. N, D. Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, ^pOGHAPH/gg UNION nOEBW MIXOT, N. IX, THl'RSDAY, AI'KIL 12, 190(5. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Xortli Dakotn led all other states in railroad building last year and will do it a^ain this year. Isn't this a good indication? Buy a few quarter sections of land in North Dakota, and in a few years you will wonder how you ever made so much money. The climate of North Dakota is full of health giving qualities, the kind that puts life into your veins and makes you feel like a tifthtinc rooster. Minot and Ward county a all right. Every day's are special day in Minot. Why to look at our crowded streets at all hours of the dav or night, one would think we were celebrating the Fourth of .lulv. Contractors say that the buil...

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. — 12 April 1906

A Hint. It took $240.00 of our good mon­ ey to pay for 1200 of our 25c tooth­ brushes. In other words, they cost us 20c each in thousand lots and we sell them for a quarter each. This brush, when bought in one and two dozen lots, costs $3 50 a dozen, and that's the way the average dealer buys them. Then they are sold at 40c and 50c each. We have this one particular brush in various sizes and shapes, but all at the one price. If you knew the superior value we offer in brushes as well as we do, you wouldn't think of ever buying bristle goods in any other store. We have a large lot of sample hair brushes that we bought at about half the usual wholesale price, and we are offering some very superior values in this line too—just now. No. 2 Flexo $2.00 A cheap little machine for beginners and young­ sters. Takes pictures 2%x3% and does good work too. Film for this camera costs 20c a roll of 6 ex­ posures. No. 2 Brownie loads and unloads in day­ light. No. 2 Folding Pocket Kodak $15.00 This...

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. — 12 April 1906

CAMPHOR MARBLES PER BOX 86 Minor Topics L. E. Emerson is confined to his bed by sickness. A furnished room for rent. In­ quire at this office. School lands in Ward county will be for rent May 22, 1906. L. S. Mallory,architect, Minot, North Dakota. ff Lorge & Welch sold a fine Maxwell automobile to Simonson of Granville Monday. It will pay you to invest your money in town lots in Palermo. Smallwood's grocery store re­ ports that last week was the best week since the store opened for business. Butter milk is gold at the Mi­ not creamery at five cents a gallon. tf The Liberty Sunday school will celebrate Easter at the home of JohnSindlinger Sunday after­ noon at 2 o'clock. Cover buttons for ladies made at the Minot Tailoring Co. to order. tf. Mouse River Presbytery will convene in First Presbterian church. V\ illow City, on Tuesday, April 17, at 3.30 p. m. Buy your garden seeds in bu'k from Roell's hardware store. Northern grown seeds. The Rev. Win. C. Hunter will preach an easter ...

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. — 12 April 1906

S ,s-"/ fr 3 I« Church Construction. Sealed bids will l:»e received by the trustees of the Vincent M. K. church of Minot, up until TO a. m., May 10th, 190G, and will be opened at the office of F. II. Lam­ bert, Minot, X. I)., at that day and hour, for the construction of anew M. K. church according to the plans and specifications thereuVv.o/i file in the office of Haxfiyji^o., architects, Far^o, !., lu^pitnilder's Fxclian^e, MiniieapMs, Minn., Herald office, Grand UWrkx, X. D. and F. 13. Lambed, Minot, X. I). The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. A certified cheek payable to the Board must ac­ company each bid. Dated April 4th, 1'.)(). F. 15. LAMHICKT, For Board of Trustees Vincent 1. K. church, Minot, X. I). t2. Seed Potatoes. Earliest six weeks improved variety, selected Northern Grown Stock. An extra early potato of handsome appearance, excel­ lent flavor large yielder and will keep the year round. Just the potato for early market. Fall market or to put into winter qu...

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. — 12 April 1906

i1"*1 I HAVE YOU SEEN mwv*tMT-as^g* rs E BEAUTIFUL Creations«I In LADIESMEASTER HATS AT MARY ELTON'S? H. W. BARKER'S I •6^a WILL KNOCK THAT AWFUL 'ATAflXriOf* COUGH, GATARRH. ^ONsutfLfjw^SORE THROAT, ^3320^ AND LA GRIPPE. SO THAT THEY WILL STAY KNOCKED. »MANUFACTURED AT SPARTA. WIS. O FOR SALE AT YOUR DRUG STORE. Beam Hitch ==-CompIete and Perfect in every working detail Special Shape, Gas Harden­ ed. Concave Face Bottom for difficult soil. Double Shin Share, Triple Shin Mouldboard for strength and durability. A Foot Lever that Lifts Positive Turn, right or left, no cramping. Long,, closed, dust-proof Hub Boxes, and three-inch Tires on Furrow Wheels. a t^ vou' For^trenLth Hnrnh^?K® Lorge & Welch, E I Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner & Marx HAVE moved mv Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing House to the Union Block, Hanson's old stand, where I invite all my old customers. I have purchased Mr. Hanson's shoe repairing business, and have a competent man installed. Shoes mended while yo...

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. — 12 April 1906

ir* to*. I *l YOU WILL FIND THE S E of our HATS in every detail.. And The Line Most Complete MINOT »d SAWYER, N. 0. We have two carloads of Bug­ gies on the way and we are in a position to show you our goods, so that the farmers can see what they are buying. Be good to the most faithful of servants & YOUR FEET and fit them out in our & SHOE DEPARTMENT All the late spring styles Western Implement Go Now located In their new quarters and have tee best up-to-date Implement House this side of Grand Forks. We aim to carry about a $30,000 stock of goods at all times. Our buggy uroom is 50 100 ft. We are going to make a specialty of buggies as we get our goods direct from the manu­ facturer we are in a position to make better prices to you than you have ever been able to get before. Jn the Plow line we have an up-to-date Gang Plow that we guarantee better than any of the catalog houses offer to you, which we will sell with extra shears, complete, four-horse hitch, for We can give y...

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. — 12 April 1906

The Hay ilour mill is in ojwr ntion. A ('oiniwivhil clul has been organized at hite Kurtli. Manv business men are quit­ ting, to go out and try tanning. Hanker Aruotfrom l'nrk liiyer will start, a new bank at White Ma rth. Sven LavHon a seventeen year old Towner lad, died from the M't'wts of eating poisoned food. Uobert L. Stewart, a Kenmare «:oal mine owner, has per tee ted machine inte. The I'irst State Hank of Ryder iias been organized by Minne­ apolis parties, and H. ('. Miller of Minot. Tbe chbin gang has been insti­ tuted at Towner. Prisoners who refuse to pay their flues are made to clean the streets. (Jeo. dates who has conducted a meat market at Granville for three years, has removed with his family to this city. More trees will be planted in North Dakota this year than ever before. Plant your trees now. Make your own Arbor day. (Jet busy. Harold Hanson, a sixteen year oltl boy at ('undo while attempt­ ing to climb to the top of the school house, fell forty feet and was kil...

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. — 12 April 1906

W. J. FARDINC, ....FORMALDEHYDE.. WE SELL ONLY THE BEST This is what Prof. E. F. Ladd says about our Fourmaldeh.vrie: kdRICULTURAL COLLEGE, N DAK., March 22, 1906. IILAKEY, MINOT, N.iD., 1it Siu:—The sample of Formaldehyde sub­ mitted by you has been analyzed and found to contain 4«.62 of Formaldehyde. This is there­ fore a product of exceptionally {rood strength. Yours truly, E. F. LAII. Price 3Sc a lb. IO lbs. at 30c per lb. A. S. BLAKEY, City Druggist. P. S.-We sell Strychnine that kills. FARMERS: You who have been in the habit of paying two prices for WALL PAPERS, will be pleas­ ed to know that I have opened a new WALL PAPER store in Minot and can sell you good paper at 10 cents a roll. I have better grades. All late designs. I Handle the Celebrated NEW ERA AND SENURE'S MONARCH BRAND READY MIXED PAINTS, £°T» F. M. SWARTZ, 131 West Main !St., opposite now Fire Hall MINOT, N. D. It's cheaper to buyjgood bread than poor flour." That's what our cus­ tomers say about MOTHER'S BREAD. ...

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. — 12 April 1906

EASTER SUNDAY COMES ON APRIL IS. 720 Men's Suits in 3 colors, Single Breasted New Spring Styles. tO QQ Clearance sale price »0«30 580 Men's Brown and Grey mixtures. 1 lot Boys' 2-piece suits, Brown, Grey and Blue Cheviots. jq Sale price wl»*rw 1 lot Boys' 2-piece suits, suitable for Spring and Summer wear. qq Sale price OliOO 1 lot Boy's Fancy Blue and Brown Serge Suits. qq Sale price.'. O&idO ANNOUNCES ANOTHER GREAT $10.98 LADIES WALKING and DRESS SKIRTS 120 Black Clay Worsted Sample lattice $5.98 All-wool Sale price 475 Men's Suits made up of Scotch Twill goods. Qp Sale price v'«5IO 1 lot Men's Double Breasted Suits. Beauties. nn Sale price 120 Black Overcoats. Sample. Sale price 250 Men's Working Pants. Clearance sale price 175 Men's Dress Pants. Clearance sale price ... 150 Men's Fancy Striped Pants. Clearance sale price $10.98 30 doz. Men's Caps, all colors, snappy Spring styles. |Qp Sale price, each Men's New Fancy Style Hats in all colors. Sale prices 69c, 98c, *n in $1.1...

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. — 12 April 1906

STATE NEWS. Andy .(ones has been re-elected mayor of Ilugby, which will prove a bitter pill for some of the sore 1 leads to swallow. 11. ,\. Hanson, a young man (:har»:elf\vitlt embezzling money ft'WkW^^shall Field & Co., while actino'^% their collector, has been .-ced at Harvey, lie had rifting about the west for sorpie time. He was taken back to (iliicago. There is something the matter with our tariff system. A Lon don dealer can buy American made watches, ship them across the water, ship theni back to America again and sell them to our home dealers for a less price than our home men can buy them from the jobbers. Last winter the passenger train on the Bottineau branch stuck in a snow bank and the conductor .Mr. Wyn, walked back to Rugby, four miles thru a rag­ ing blizzard to seek relief. The passengers took up a collection and purchased a beautiful Ma­ sonic ring, which was presented him the other day. The latest sensation in the Frank Guthrie murder case is the finding of a...

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. — 12 April 1906

-r-T I gs 1 .w VJ 4 h" t* ?te -i TOT*-lfn jj "I" "f"1 MM Quality Minot. 131 Main St. V. Shoe Repairing Wanted—10,000 farmers to buy their formaldehyde and strychnine at Blakey's. Windsor Hotel. John^Hoellinger, Prop. Rates. $1 to $1.25 per day. Excellent Accommodations. Corner 2d and Ramstad Sts., one Block West cfSoo Depot. MINOT, N. D. The Chicago Vaudeville Stars O I N THE EVENT OF THE SEASON Bob and Eva McGinley's New Vaudeville Show, hey have this season secured the N. Y. Kag-time Singer and IIICC w.'»- •i^ -V« MARTIN JACOBSON, SAMUELSON'S S O E S O E Particularly Fashionable Shoes In a hundred styles. Good Forms. Hygienic Lasts. EXCLUSIVELY HERE. PXPERT knowledge and •L* precise comparison will prove that niv shoes are the most, excellent in this city foi $ 3 5 O Patent kids, patent colts, patent vici,gun metal, metal calf, in button or lace, blucher or bals. high or low shoes, in Cuban heels, military heels, French heels and common sense heels. I protect every pair of my shoe...

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. — 19 April 1906

T" R'H r$,, ll.Yr 1 Id 4 i... b. tm 2 (L Id -I Id Ik Id O E Q. Ul h* l. -J GQ Id -I O CD 3 O O CO 111 W if t^^PPS CIRCULATION 14.200 VOLUME 5. NUMBER 4- Now Hold the Reins of the City in Their Hands-New Regime Starts out in a Busi= ness Like Manner. Minot's twelve aldermen, com­ prising* the new council, held their first meeting Tuesday night. The city fathers start off in a business-like manner, and the In­ dependent believes that they will "make good" at every stage of the game. There are some ^mo­ mentous problems before them, but they are considering every­ thing well, and while tlie.y wish to act on the more important questions without much delay, tne.v wish to become familiar enough with the problems to make certain of no mistakes. Mayor Dank C. Greenleaf de­ livered his first message, which is full of good advice. He stated that it was his duty to recom­ mend to the councilmen certain improvements for the city, but as Minot had been in the hands of the outgoing officials for ...

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. — 19 April 1906

PTJ 3 IFC'I W».-' |.« f-1 I'i l# t/ ,1 I imi &' I rw THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. 18, 1903, as Second-Class Matter, Postofflee, Minot. N, D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879, MINOT, N. I)., THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. The total value of the property of North Dakota is over $1, 000,000,000, while there is not a .single city of the first class, ac­ cording to eastern standards. Yet it has 5(J shipping: points on the railway alone, whose freight receipts exceed $100,000 a year each. This indicates how wealth is being accummulated. The Independent's advertising medium is conceded the very best by nine-tenths of the wide awake business men of the North­ west. The business man who will take the trouble to investigate, can ascertain the truth of this statement, ashondredshavealready done. Fully two tons of print paper is used each month, and negotiations are now on far a fast perfectio...

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. — 19 April 1906

at present. yyil'i 11 Jewel Hamden 20 Year Case, $9.50 We have sold lots of watches in the last two years but this is one of the best offers we have been able to make. A fine 11 jewel nickel move­ ment with patent regulator in a 20 year engraved open face case for $9.50, guaranteed to run absolute­ ly correct or we refund your money. 17 Jewel Elgin Nickel Case, $8.25 We have a watch to suit every man's pocket book even if he hasn't more than a one dollar Cana­ dian bill. This is a good offer to any one that wants a good watch movement in a cheap case. We sell either Elgin, Watham, Rockford or Illinois movements, full 17 jewel in nickel cases for $8.25. An Honest Optician I our optician should test your eyes ana find that glasses would not help you he would promptly tell you so and there would be DO charge for the examination. We are doing a good square legiti­ mate optical business and such a price as $20.00 or $25.00 is never charged for glasses when we do the fitting. Our optical ...

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. — 19 April 1906

•wpr* HAMMOCK HOOKS and ROPES 12, 10 and qt. Pails, 2Cic, 15c and Good Granite Wash Basin We are carrying Mie QfQ(.|(gfy largest stock Minor Topics Mis. Klizabeth Zook has gone ease ro visit relatives. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for you. Geo. Griffin has formed a partnership with Lemuel right in the job printing business. Sknvseths new art studio, 303 South Main St. t_f Minot, N. D. Mickev McFadden has been hired by Chas. Irwin to trim wriskers in his barber shop. Mother's Bread at Auslander's Bakery. Its pood. Trvit. Dr. Parr left Saturday night for Western Canada where he has been contemplating buying a tract of 5000 acres of land. There must be a scarcity of feed in the country as the Minot Mill was compelled to ship in 5000 bushels of oats, barley etc. A pointer for you—The best skirts in the market today you'll find at the Branch Store, 130 Main St. .John Stakston, a prominent young farmer from south of the city will soon go to Tioga where...

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. — 19 April 1906

SWALLOWS CARBOLIC ACID BY MISTAKE T. W. Schlaberg, Sherwood's popular liveryman, took a nose of carbolic acid mistaking it for cough syrup, at the home of his brother south of that place, and altho he was hurried to Sherwood for medical assistance almost mediately, he died withk^Tfevv minutes in terrible agony The unfortunate man hadWeii suffering from a violent couff^ and placed a bottle of cough medicine on the window which happened to already hold a bottle of the deadly pois­ on. When taken with a violent fit of coughing, he rati to the window and grabbed the bottle, •taking two swallows. He saw immediately his fatal mistake, and with his throat burning ter­ ribly, he notified members of the tfamily what he had done. Mr! Schlaberg was one of the prominent men of the county. He was progressive and will be greatly missed. Trees and Plants. Plant the Grand Porks Nursery Grown Trees if you wish to meet with the best of success in our section as well save much in the price you must pa...

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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