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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 April 1906

if JWf 1 ifwK* %rA if 'V r.\?t*« f, ^ggg •WL ilfe2 Minor Topics Men's snappy Spring Caps at reasonable prices. Branch Store. In a recent prairie fire, Her­ man Kuchenbecker lost several tons of hay. A complete line of Children's White Wear just received at the Branch Store. During the recent illness of Gov. Patterson of ()hio, one of is attending physicians was an Osteopath. We are enthusiastic over our line of Ladies' Spring Coats. You'll enthuse when you see them at the Branch Store. Notice the latest Spring fad in Ladies' Dress Shirts and Waists as displayed in the Branch win­ dow. The celebrated Gage Bros. Hats, at the Branch, showing the latest ideas in reaay-to-wear Ladies' Hats. Men's fine Negligee Shirts at the Branch Store. Men who want quality, we invite you to inspect our Spring line. Wanted—10,000 farmers to buy their formaldehyde and strychnine at Blakey's. 1 HAVE YOU SEEN E BEAUTIFUL Creations In LADIES' SPRING HATS AT MARY ELTON'S? ,'/ |n If Copyright 1906 r' by Hart ...

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. — 19 April 1906

•f 'f •-nv^ynfff- __ S l- iK.. 1 4 a 1 '. i.i|.iiim|W, ii)iini|i,„, ...THE YOU WILL FIND THE S E of our HATS correct in every detail.. And The Line Most Complete VARIOUS ARTS OF HEALING Allapathy, Homoeapathy, Ec­ lecticism and Osteopathy— Dr. Cassius L. Johnston. Until comparatively recent times if a man or woman desired the services of a physician he or she sent for a certain practitioner because he was their family physician or the nearest doctor, or be­ cause he was recommended to them by someone. But at last the masses are awakening to a realization of the fact that there are different systems of heal­ ing. That the older methods of healing are being gradually altered or super­ seded by newer and better methods. That to keep pace with the advance­ ment of civilization and acquirement of knowledge, the science of healing must «ver progress by a system of evolution •or revolution, or both. That as man understands more and more of the hu­ man body, as he acquires a better knowledg...

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. — 19 April 1906

4i-4^y.»^mt»»)a^^K«.u^ MINOT THE MECCA FOR MANY TEACHERS Nearly 150 of North Dakota's Best Teachers From the West End of the State Form Association. Another important organization for the beneiit and uplifting of North Da­ kota's educational interests, was laun­ ched when the educators of ard and adjacent counties met, April G, at the Minot High School building for a two days' session. The forenoon of the first day was de­ voted to the enrolling of members and other preliminaries. At 1:30 p. ui.^ the meeting was called to order by Supt. Warren who stated in a few appropriate sentences the aim and purpose of the gathering of teachers. Sir. Warren has the faculty of always saying things that interest his listeners. Prof. Wolfe in his address of welcome on behalf of Minot caused the many teachers from distant towns to feel that Minot appreciated their presence and was interested in seeing the advance­ ment of their profession. Supt. Brown son, of Williams county, always jovial and plea...

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. — 19 April 1906

...FORMALDEHYDE... WE SELL ONLY THE BEST This is what Prof. E. F. Ladd says about our Fourmaldehyde: AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, N DAK., March 22, 1906. A. S. BLAKEY, MINOT, N. D., DEAR SIR:—Thesample 4i 62 P. of Formaldehyde sub­ mitted by you has been analyzed and found to contain of Formaldehyde. This is there­ fore a product of exceptionally {rood strength. Yours truly, E. F. Price 38c a. lb. IO lbs. at 30c per lb. A. S. BLAKEY, City Druggist. s.«We 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 stor* 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»PEURRE F. M. SWARTZ, 131 West Main! St., opposite new Fire Hall MINOT, N. D. A S A N E The SECOND NATIONAL BANK WOULD BE PLEASED TO Receive your Deposits, Make you a Loan, Attend to your Collecting, Write your Insurance...

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. — 19 April 1906

*«.,v\i STATE NEWS. The Granville Fair will be held August J), 10 and 11. A gasoline stove exploded at the Peerless hotel Sawyer, doing $50 damage. an Editor Sehleppegrell, an old Minot boy, is the Uphnm Star. making good" on Editor Kpene is acandidatefor the nomination of representative from the 2!)th district. In treating grain, be sure also to treat your drill and sacks, or some of the benefit will be lost. Over 40 cars of emigrants have arrived at Sawyer this spring. A good advertisement. A Roosevelt Republican news­ paper is to be established at Devils Lake by L. G. Gooler and R. Goer. The Times wants a photo­ grapher to locate at Lansford, the home of pretty girls and homely men. Nearly twenty-five head of horses have been killed at Sher wood owing to being afflicted with glapders. A farmer says that if two or three flax seeds are planted in each hill of potatoes, there will never be any bugs. The First State Bank of Lans­ ford has increased its capital stock to $25,000, and l...

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. — 19 April 1906

A LI AH CONTE8T NOTICE Dapartmant of the Interior, United States Land Office, Minot, N. D., March 3, 1906. A sufficient contest affidavit having been flled in this office by T. M. O'Connell, contest­ ant, against homestoad entry No. 26152, made November 5, 1903, for the e\i ueH and eii seJ4 section 18, township 159, range 94, by Howard E. Taylor, contestee, in which it is alleged that said entryman has not at any time established his residence theroon that he has not since the date of bis filing thereon made any improve­ ments thereon of any kind that during that time he has not cultivated the same or any part thereof: that ho has wholly abandoned tho same for faore than six months last past and that sal} alleged absence from the said land was nA due to his employment in the army, Jkasurr marine corps of the United States, as a 'piWKe soldier, otlicor, seaman or marine, dur rowth* war with Spain, or during any other WJK in which the United States was engaged. Tjiid parties are hereb...

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. — 19 April 1906

ii fl |. {'. .' tv~ w* kv **»&£. a&ri* I ^iix *.h+t Quality Minot, 131 Main St. *^.vv Shoe Repairing "Look Out for The Old Man! He doesn't care for large com­ missions, therefore can sell your farm quicker than the fellow who asks two prices for it. Lf you have a farm which you want to sell, give "The Old Man' nhance to "make good." BLAKEY BLOCK a Good Farms for Sale Cheap. Do you want to become possessor of an elegant level quarter four mile? from good live town, with tine schools, churches and an excellent marketing place? 81500 takes the farm, with terms to suit purchaser. Good water in local­ ity. Soil a deep black loam. Crops lost year avt raged high. One-half section close to the Soo, at $10 per acre. These are considered snaps, and will soon raise in price. A good hotel property in excellent Ward county town for sale. Will trade for farming land. Tbris hotel is tilled every night, and is paying the owner big money. "The Old Man" wants your business He is willing to gi...

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. — 26 April 1906

CIRCULATION 4,200 jjj£ 'A H- liJ I- hu O 10 OS ft. oc 111 I- Id IL Id O A. Ik tt Id -I 3 O 8 Id •*#1 v. ''•Va GOOD HORSES ARRIVING The Best String of Horses Ever Exhibited in the West to Race at the July Races at Minot— What the Horsemen are Now Doing. A number of drivers have ar­ rived in Minot with strings of fast horses and are working them out on the excellent track of the Minot Racing Association south of town. Minot will be the cen­ ter of attraction for horsemen of the state this year, and when the races open on July 3, there will be the best lot of horses ever ex­ hibited in the state. Dan Alleman from Williston is here with half a dozen good horses, including 1 'earl Heart and Billy Prunes. Alleman will han­ dle John Moore's mare, Nellie M. P. H. Lilly of Max bass will bring Milo with a record ot 2:09^. This famous horse carried off all the laurels in Iowa last season and the other horses should "have a care" this year. Lilly will also bring a good promising green pacer. Ru...

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. — 26 April 1906

.i- \v C. F. other THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. TRIIAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. 18. 1908, as Second-Class Matter. Postofflce, Minot. N. D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879, $llNaTH9& MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Since April 17, it has been impossible to file on Canadian land thru agents, but one must do so personally. It is estimated that New York City loses over 300,000,000 gal­ lons of water daily in consequence of leakage. In almost any other city the loss of such a quantity of water as that would be a real hardship. Hut New York never had much use for water. A young hard working fellow rented a house in this city for $10 a month, gave a woman $2 to clean the place and the next morning the owner rented the place to another fellow for $25 a month. The young fellow has lost faith in Minot land lords. The AVilliston land district bill has been passed by the House, and now it remains to be seen who the ...

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. — 26 April 1906

Business Opportunities In the wn feisdell One Great Northern Fomiles west of Minot and sixtecniles west of Berthold. Busii lots for Sale. The new townj now under way a State Bankimber Yard, Grain Ele vatoA.t this time excellent businopenings are offared for a Blamith Shop, Restaurant, Hardre and Drug Store. Small capitaeeded, if parties get in on thround floor before com petitiJL ,Nels larger invest­ ment y^eWces, terms and informa *%t office or on Post ir General Mer ch|^c Blaisdell. Gre Northern passenger leave.'linot for new town daily at 4 jp. m. Farn Loans W. Cochrane, Manager "i Thef^aisdell-Bird Co. is in a posi^m to make an unlimited numbr or reasonable farm loans at lov»6t interest and upon most favorMe terms. No bonus. Mone pai'd^promptlyupon sign ing«*?^apers. Abstracts of Title |L. W. Upham, Manager The Blaisdell-Bird Co. are of­ ficial ^Abstracters and furnish bonded Abstracts of Title for any l^nd in Ward County. The importance of absolutely correct AbstrWts is often u...

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. — 26 April 1906

I i| 1 ig§l Minor Topics ('has. Tatman, a wide awake Lynch farmer, has 00 Mtfttto maSt* 1M SHOE OF ELEGANCE BUTTON or BLUCHER, acres of wheat two inches high and has 30 acres of oats seeded. E. E. Riley, the popular music man, was taken very ill of heart trouble and for a time it was feared that he would not live. His wife was sent for and arrived a few days ago. He is about as well as usual now. R. 1). Hoskinsof Bismarck, has received the following- valuable suggestion from Prof. C. B. Wal dron, of the agricultural college: Relative to the pruning of trees, I will say that it matters very little what time of the year the pruning is done, unless one wish­ es to prune verv heavily that is, cut off a number of large limbs. In that case, the best time for operating is just after the leaves have commenced to develop in the spring, as the wounds heal more rapidly at the time the tree is making its fastest growth, and the trees do not bleed when cut at that period. This is particu­ larly ...

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. — 26 April 1906

Enough to Craze the Court. In a North Dakota court the other day there was a remark­ able case tried, remarkable at so far as the names of thro interested are concerned. Holitkiowski was on trial foiw_.?feeny. The principal wit­ ness^against him was Andrew Rabiszewiski, who had turned state's evidence. The crime was •committed at the home of Jo­ seph Marczewskinski. The de­ fending attorney was Michael F. Blenczsovskiniski. The Judge's name, fortunately, is not given by the newspaper report. The western Implement Co. are selling farm implements regard­ less of cost while at their old stand. tf. Ferber makes his own candies therefore he know^ what he is talking about. He can safely say his candies are as good as they look. Socialist Out and Out. Chicago.—Joseph Medill Pat­ terson's resignation as commis­ sioner of public works of Chicago was received by Mayor Dunne recently, together with a letter in which Mr. Patterson declares that the municipal ownership cry is "merely paltering w...

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. — 26 April 1906

ANTI-RUST PAILS 80c, 75c and 70c Minor Topics A Miss Branch Tree visited in Yelva last week. It will pay you to invest your money in town lots in Palermo. Dr. Windell was called to Ross ill his automobile Sunday. L. S. Mallory,architect, Minot North Dakota. ff Nels X. Nelson will erect a $3, 000 residence for J. W. Samuel son. Blue Stem seed wheat, No. 169, for sale. C. D. WOOLVEKTON, R. R. No 2, Minot, N. D. tf. Editor Burke from Kenmare, spent Saturday in Minot on land office business. Butter milk is eold at the Mi­ not creamery at five cents a gallon. tf A baker at Yelva tested a cook's head with a bottle, lay­ ing the fellow out cold When buying bread, be sure that each loaf bears the label, "Mother's Bread." Then you'll know its good. tf An Eagle band has been or­ ganized at Devils Lake. It ought to be a hummer. Cover buttons for ladies made at the Minot Tailoring Co. to order. tf. The Relief Corps had a pleas­ ant social session Friday night, playing cards. A fine lunch was se...

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. — 26 April 1906

*CA 1- ....FORMALDEHYDE... I I WE SELL ONLY THE BEST This is what Prof. E. F. Ladd j-.ys about our Fourmaldehyde: AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, N DAK., March 22, 1906. A. S. BLAKEY, MINOT, N.\D., I)EAU SIR:—Thesample mitted by YOU contain 4i 62 of Formaldehyde sub­ has been analyzed and found to of Formaldehyde. This is there­ fore a product of exceptionally {rood strength. Yours truly, E. F. LADI. Price 35c a lt». IO lbs. at 30c per lb. A. 5. 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, F. M. SWARTZ 131 West Main St., opposite new Fire Hall MINOT, N. D. "It's cheaper to buy good "bread than poor flour. That's what our cus­ tomers say about MOTHER'S BREAD. It i...

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. — 26 April 1906

Official Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners Ward County, North Dakota. Knight Printing Company agrees to furnish the books at 35 per cent dis­ count from the schedules on file in the auditor's office. Walker. Bros. & Hardy agrees to furnish the books at a discount from 25 per cent to 75 per cent from the schedules on file. Grand Forks Herald agrees to fur­ nish the books at adiscount of 26 Yz per cent from the schedule on file. Times Publishing Co., agrees to furnish the books at a discount of 26 per cent from the schedule on file. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. April 2, 1906. The Board of County Commission­ ers met on the above date at 9 o'­ clock in the office of the county a"u ditor as per adjournment. Com. Swanson in the chair with all mem­ bers present. Moved by Com. Ab­ bott and seconded by Com. Elliott that the petition irom the tax pay­ ers of twp. 154-81 for the opening up of a quarter line for a public highway signed by John Iverson and others be accepted. Mo...

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. — 26 April 1906

YOU WILL FIND THE S E of our HATS in every detail.. And The Line Most Complete S50.00 REWARD Minor Topics The barbers have organized a Union.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCoy are home from the east. Lorge & Welch already have seld six automobiles this season. The Rev. Wm, C. Hunter will preach at Burlington on Sabbath April 2 at 3 p. m. A young man named Ramsey, aged 18, died at Garrison last week from the ex­ cessive use of cigarettes. WANTED—Cream at Whfte Ice Cream Factory. Good prices. WANTED—A good man to handle stallion for all summer. Call at 506 South Main St Minot. A. V. Swanson. The Canadian officers are on the look­ out for Mohall boys who persist in spending their Sundays hunting game across the line. David Houston, of Burlington, circu­ lated a petition among the business men for a new Presbyterian church which will be erected at Burlington this year. Guy Almy has accepted a position with the Grow Clothing Co., as book keeper. Mr. Almy recently completed a course in bookkee...

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. — 26 April 1906

N cial ard he met in as nson pre ar. the of t of a hway ers er loc oth rd a' he journr lir w'H by perty the ber of ved Com oint oss tl Mo ointe con iott a the ed fo nk ened nigh nish nt fi audr Walke rnish per edul« rand th cent Times rnish I per Movec' by laid give otion It be bid: rtised llowin Art 5 alker sh th ans a cov auc ,050.0 Genei nigrht. rnitui ecific? rveyo ffice fc wiH Gran, ccordii repare file um of Move by the alker acce Is tl arried. econdf ustlce tccepte om. 1 lack 1 as is •nter Surrey. School here closed last Friday for the year. It is reported that the Farmers' Ele­ vator is going to pay a big dividend this year again. Many men are coming here to work and farmers are paying $30 per month for the season. Grandpa Shorb went into Minot on the train last Saturday. He went to consult Dr. Windell on account of his health. No mail carrier has been secured yet for our R. F. D. No. 1. It looks as if work is too plentiful here that no one goes after the place. Ira Voder bro...

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. — 26 April 1906

1 *r ALIAS CONTEST NOTICE Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Minot, N. D.. March 3, 1906. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by T. M. O'Connell, contest nnt, against homestead entry No. 26152, made A November 5, 1903. for the e% ne& and eH seW itection 18, township 159, ran^e 94, by Howard ft ylor, contestee, in which it is Tutryman alleged that has not at any time established '.••Ulqyice thereon that he has not since the fft. of hie filine thereon made any improve meiAs thoreon of any kind that during that tiwitt he has not cultivated the same or any part thereof: that he has wnolly abandoned the same for more than six months last past and that said alleged absence from tho said land was not due to his employment in the army, navy or marine corps of the United States, as a private soldier, officer, seaman or marine, dur­ ing the war with Spain, or during any other war in which the United States was engaged. Said parties are hereb...

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. — 26 April 1906

Quality Minot. 131 Main St. Shoe Repairing Earl Barrington, the popular actor, who owns a big ranch south of Raw built a tine large barn and did most of the shing­ ling himself. He displavs a pair of sun-burned blistered hands, as the result. West Minot is fast becoming one of the most popular resi­ dence portions of the city. The lots are nice and large and very cheap. Kulaas & Brauer are selling a large number each week. The Tennis Club has leased from Henry Auslander lots on the Flat for a period of fiveyears and will begin the preparation of the grounds immediately. The hand ball enthusiasts will likely play on the same grounds. Bert Johnson, a Norwegian, who carried off first honors at the Velva spelling match, came to this country eighteen months ago, and could not speak a word of English. 'He is ready to grad­ uate, paying his own way thru school. George .1. Smith, from LaFol lette. who is a candidate for the nomination for Clerk of the Dis­ trict Court of Ward county, su...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 3 May 1906

J: III Ik 10 I- tc 'ft. Id 5 fau bl O S a. Id IL -I CD Id mA 5 ID 3 M. BARTON WHO WAS IN 'FRISCO EARTHQUAKE Arrives in Minot to Visit His Payghter, Mrs. C. L. Prescott. Tells of His Narrow Escape in the Terrible Calamity, M. Barton and wife, who passed through the terrible San Fran­ cisco calamity, arrived In Minot Sunday night and are guests at the home of C. L. Prescott Air. Barton,is Mrs. Prescott's father. Mr. Barton related his terrible experiences to an Independent reporter. He said: •'I was awakened about ftV'e o'clock bv the room weaving back and forth. It seemed to tip first one way and then another. I was sleeping in the second story of a wooden structure. There was such a terrible roar that I looked out expecting to see a cyclone. But the air was as clear as crystal and then it dawned upon me that we were in the midst of a terrible earthquake. VVe lost no time in getting out of the house, and such a sight as met our eyes. Buildings were falling on every side. The wood­ en...

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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