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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 3 May 1906

per upon THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Thursday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. C0IX0R0, Editor Entered June. 18. 1903, as Second-Class Matter. Postofllce, Minot, fJ. D. Act of Conitress of March 3, 1879, ^NOT.NS^ MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1006, EDITORIAL COMMENT, Chicago is said to have within her boundaries, over 1,00(3 ve highwaymen, not inclmlj^ t^e b°ard aldermen, Someone swiped a rifle from an t'pham doctor. If the fellow ever takes one of the doctor's pills, he will Know what retributive justice means. There is considerable inquiry for good Seed wheat and flax. As many acres more will be seeded this season, there will be a shortage of seed. When a '-Southerner" gets a big appointment from the Federal Government, we often find that it is a Northern man who moved down there and carried his carpet bag with him. Secretary Taft is down to 2G7 pounds And Terry McGovern is up from the featherweight to the lightweight. Here is a chance for some far sighted -'manager"...

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. — 3 May 1906

.atil I JW'^r *M Oar Prescription Department is Becoming Famous Our constant aim is to supply on every physician's prescription exactly what was intended. Our drug buyer is experienced and our constantly increasing patronage is pretty good proof that the drugs he buys are the right kind. Any time you see the name McCoy on a bottle of medicine you can rest assured that bottle is filled by an experienced drug­ gist and contains the right medicine. Base Ball Goods I Off You can just as well save a few dollars on base ball goods by buying them here as we are clos­ ing out our line owing to lack of room, and on all the line we al­ low off the regular price. Every article is marked in plain figures. COFFEE MACHINES If you want to give a wedding present that's out of the ordi­ nary and, at the same time, do the bride a great favor, get one of these coffee ma­ chines. It's im­ possible to make poor cof­ fee with a cof­ fee machine. Prlns $10.00 and $12.50 1 •11! VK»C?, In a good many places...

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. — 3 May 1906

fLvcf '." W |Sfe lis/. aV J'1 t: •kr I r' '.I," -f "•^W5j ^1 'J.T1^.•-• Fine Thin Water Glasses Per Dot. 75c vt Minor Topics Ulanders have broken out at Antler. Seven horses were shot last week by Dr. Sims. L. S. Mallorv,architect, Minot North Dakota. ff One of the most prominent young men of Norwich has been arrested charged with a very serious crime. Blue Stem seed wheat, No. 1G9, for sale. C. D. WOOLVEKTON, R. R. No 2, Minot, N. I). tf. W. J. Fahev, from Pembina county, visited his mother, and brothers several days. J. R. Nelson, a prominent Granville merchant, is a candi­ date for senator from his dis­ trict. Do you keep cows! If so buy a DE LAVAL cream separator ^nd the cows will keep you. Sco­ field Implement Co., Agent, Mi­ not, N. D. Rooney, the noted criminal, who escaped from the Williston jail, was caught at Winuippgand brot to the Ward county jail for s- ifn keeping. He will be tried in Williams county. patronage. l"T••'•'" The GOLDEN RULE STORE New China. We have just r...

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. — 3 May 1906

I Demonstration Farms Located. The Agricultural College is glad to atmo^pce that arrange­ ments h&v 1k en completed with the Norths Pacific and Great Northern railroads for the estab­ lishment of three demonstration farms along each line of railroad. President Worst made final ar­ rangements for the establish­ ment of the farm with the com­ panies last week and he and Pro­ fessor Sheppard are now engaged in opening operations at the points where the farms are to be located. On the Great Northern road, Ross, Ward county, Gran­ ville, Mclienry county, and La kota, Nelson county, will each be the station of a farm, while those on the Northern Pacific will be located Beach, Billings county, probably New Salem, in Morton county, and Bismarck in Bur­ leigh county. The object of the establish­ ment of the farms is primarily one of information for the farm­ ers of the state. Systems of crop rotation and soil culture are to be thoroughly set forth •and in the experiment the rais­ ing of ...

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. — 3 May 1906

S INK HARK REGU5 Ml OK^S^VmitiaiMlf' Years. WANTS CONGRESSMAN FROM IMPERIAL WARD GOONTY Donnybrook Man Believes That a Congressman Only can get Things for us—Says we Have no Show for a Normal School —Would Divide County in six H. Mi'»it-1. from Donny 1r. 1. 1 I 1 iuOlUfcll ll^UlS 111 Liu (if. I.ii tiiiJ. iii the following communication, throws some light on the impor­ tant matters politic before the voters of the county to-day. His views will be read with much interest. I11 the main his doct­ rine is right: In Section 8 our late Primary Election Bill provides that: "All nominations by convention .shall be made by secret bal­ lot and not otherwise and any person who shall cast or receive, or cause 10 cast or receive, or counted any vote in violation of the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon conviction thereof, be punish­ ed a« provided by law for misdemea­ nor." Fro in above it appears as tho a delegate cannot exercise his representa­ tive righ...

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. — 3 May 1906

4 '.h Mino^Topics Some whe^/tiearly six inches bigh. Henry Winter from Lakefield, Minn., arrived to visit his broth «8, J. W. Prof. Hepburn has gone to Kenmare where he will organize a dancing class. Mrs. Tom Johnson went to Rolette Monday with her mother who is 85 years old. F. B. Chapman, the good look­ ing bank inspector from Buford, was in Minot Saturday. E. H. Noyes is remodeling the old Eagle Hall, making a num­ ber of first class office rooms. I ay Afe Sweet to Eat O ftjQAXlJ A Catfy Iml Uiathc. Mrs. Gow returned from a visit in Canada. She was gone nearly two years. A gentle soaking rain fell Mon­ day and Tuesday, soaking up a to a id a depth.5 H. D. Shepard has returned from Fargo where he was a wit­ ness in the suit which was hrough against th« Western Implement Co. by F. J. Knorr. Chas. Webber has installed a small motor at bis home and runs his washiug machine. Mrs. Webber is exceedingly well pleas­ ed with the innovation. Prof. Rudd, who has lead the Minot Eagle band fo...

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. — 3 May 1906

,• "r 'ISf fc. vl: ••.-• .{•*- if |l •.'&' I $ 'Jr Business Opportunities In the New Town Blaisdell On the Great Northern Forty miles west of Minot and sixteen miles west ot Berthold. Business lots for Sale. The new town has now under way a State Bank, Lumber Yard, Grain Ele­ vator. At this time excellent business openings are offered for a Blacksmith Shop. Restaurant, Hardware and Drug-Store. Small capital needed, if parties get in on the ground floor before com­ petition compels larger invest­ ment. For prices, terms and informa­ tion call at office or on Post­ master C. S. Vie. General Mer­ chant at Blaisdell. Great Northern passenger leaves Minot for new town daily at 4:55 p. m. Farm Loans J. W. Cochrane, Manager The Blaisdell-Bird Co. is in a position to raakejau unlimited number of reasonable farm loans at lowest interest and upon most favorable terms. No bonus. Money paid promptly upon sign­ ing of papers. Abstracts ot Title] L, W. Upham, Manager The Blaisdell-Bird Co. ar...

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. — 3 May 1906

'w-ij j« f.*'si 8.30 am 4.00 7.20 pm 8.35 11.00 pm PBOITS—Grapes. 'fH '!f ypaip SQUARE DEALING That's what it means to you to trade with us. Others may tell you that they sell lower, but they do not tell you that they are giving you inferior goods. But we believe our prices and the quality of goods we put out cannot help but satisfy you. Our departments are all well-stocked. Remember that we pay the highest prices for butter and eggs. Yours for good, honest dealing, CLEVEN & HANSON MINOT, N. D. WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW! We are making a Home-Made Bread that is hard to beat, and when it conies to cakes and pastry, are at the top, because we have bakers that have had experience in more than this country., therefore we can] give you more kinds. ELECTRIC BAKINCi CO. /VIIINOT, IV, D. Five Famous rains and why you should use them. The Daylight Express To Milwaukee and Chicago. Past the Grand scenery of the Mississippi river by daylight. The Afternoon Express To Dubuque, Rock Island and C...

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. — 3 May 1906

Rft 3r* V. U" 4 as iv mm ttmi '»^\sf •••"». j#*"!.,• J^i'-.-. &\ iJ. -*•'?,':*-»•••• v.,,,* «»'-i »*««...• aralr, *»*»nw« "V r», Xifftf YOU WILL FIND THE S E of our HATS in every detail.. And The Line Most Complete Lands Democratic Convention. Minothas secured the demo­ cratic state convention which will be held August 2. or three weeks after the republican state convention will be held in James­ town. This will give the dis­ gruntled insurgents an oppor­ tunity to fuse with the demo­ crats'^ they want to. James­ town and Grand Forks were the other applicants for the demo­ cratic convention. Perhaps the reason Minot secured this con­ vention was on account of that famous democrat, Dank Green leaf, holding the reins of our city's government. The number of delegates for this convention is 414. Often times in the sudden illness of children if a reliable remedy is avail­ able fatal consequences can be avoided. For these emergencies parents are urged to have at band ready for immedia...

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. — 3 May 1906

7T OF^PFIST NOTICE Departing »VVthe Interior, United States Land OftiJ^Miuot, N. D., March 19.1906, A sufficiont contest affidavit hy having been con 27045, filed in this office by Joseph A. McGregor, con­ testant, against homestead entry No. 27045, made April 19.1904. for se!4 Section 28, Town- W- fcJrarifj, Attorney for Contestant, P! hi Town­ ship 152 north, Range 86 west, by Paul Mosler, contestee, in which it is alleged that said entry man has wholly abandoned said tract of lanci (or more than six months last past: that he has nevor established a rcsidenco upon the suicl tract of land and that he has never improved or cultivated the same according to the home­ stead laws of the United States that said tract is now in its natural wild state wholly un­ improved that said entryman never erected a house or shack upon said premises and never resided thereon and that said alleged absence from the said land wets not due to his employ­ ment in the army, navy or marine corps of the Unit...

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. — 3 May 1906

?**, 3 I I L00K L!KS Men's Shoes Dull Calf Corona Colt Tans Velour Calf Bluchers Oifords in all leathers r-'&f fv*'.,. I-* .-4- \W rAu, Erik Hustad, A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY— MpHeg old, soiled and marred FUPNJTUPP, WOODWORK and flooJ? NFW: Any" *,?or body can apply it. It dries o, v.. night and wears wonderfully. irt Shoes and Oxfords It is not only newspaper talk with me, I actually have them in stock to sell. Lots of people make grand dis­ plays in a newspaper, but when it comes to show what they advertise, often they cannot do it. But here you will find just what I say I have. When it comes to snappy shoes and good shoes, there are none better than those sold by J. W. Samuelson. Here you will find Bo)s' Shoes Girls' Shoes Oiford Ties aid Sandals J. W. Samuelson, Minot, N. D. a in Cows Lift Mortgages. There is money in keeping cows, and there's more money in keeping cows if you use a cream separator. You will make more money if you use a United States Cream Separator, the best ma...

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. — 10 May 1906

'4i if. •K -••A^ hAAAA AA^A CIRCULATION 14,200 1 Work Recently. Id Ift. «o h* us Q. rj E -I Id 1 IL Id O E ft. Id O Ik ll Id •J O 3 $ W$ O •i 5 'i%b i: .M tf) Id ft MANY HOMES LOOTED Professionals Slip Into Homes And Take Cash While People Are Sleeping Some Clever Half a dozen or more homes have been robbed of late. Geo. Morrow's home was entered Fri­ day night, the robber turning the key in the kitchen door from the outside by means of nippers, ile was heard trying to enter Air. Morrow's bedroom, and was frightened away. Dr. Ekrem's residence was entered the same night. Mrs. Ekrem was sitting in the dining room after 10 o'clock rocking the baby, when she felt a cold draft enter the house. She looked toward the kitchen and saw the thief stand­ ing in the door. She describes the man as being small, weighing perhaps 125 pounds, and his hair was dark. He wore a slouch hat, and tight fitting clothes. Mrs. Ekrem called the doctor who jumped from his bed and ran into the darkness after 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. — 10 May 1906

CLEAN FI6HT THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Publlihtd Every Thursday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCDRD, Editor Entered June. 18, 190!. as Second-Class Matter. Postofflce, Minot. N. D. Act of CODKress of March 3. 1879, OJNION MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. The Independent has had little as yet to say regarding "The Reform of the Reformers." We had ample reason to keep quiet. We were considering the situation and having weighed the matter for several weeks, are prepared to give our readers a true account of present conditions as they exist in Ward county today. In the first place, the Independent feels that there are eighty-five per cent of the voters who are against the "State Machine." McKenzie, Hansbrough and a few of the other leaders have had full political sway for the past twenty years, and during that time, they have done a great many things that will not stand microscopic inspection. The readers have heard from time to time of many of the misdeeds an...

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. — 10 May 1906

time. month. Good Watchmaking We employ no boys in our jewelry department when you leave your watch with us for repairs it will be re­ paired by an experienced man. Very few watches re­ paired by us ever have to be brought back. We have two watchmakers and get the work out as fast as good work can be done. For out of town customers we pay the return charges and have a special wooden box made cor mailing watches. Eye Glasses Fitted About the only time you can find a traveling optician ij when you owe him money. A first class optician don't to travel very far to get all the business he ean at- to. We have a graduate registered optician doing our work. His instructions are to do work at reasonable figures and he does. Don't pay $20.00 or $25-00 for a pair of $6.00 glasses. Our prices range from $3.50 to $9.00 a pair. Its not our sole ambition to put a pair of glp98es on every one examined. If glasses won't help you any we'll tell you so. its honorable and honest treatment that's built ...

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. — 10 May 1906

inm imp,j-".' ,j.rii1|^i Sbevcl, The GOLDEN RULE STORE Minor Topics The more a man rests the more he rusts. Cover buttons for ladies made at the Minot Tailoring Co. to order. W. H. Mann, the gardener. re­ ports corn up three inches. L. S. Mallorv,architect, Minot North Dakota. ff F. M. Britton is breaking south of town with a steam plow at the rate of 21 acres a day. Blue Stem seed wheat, No. 169, for sale. C. D. Farmers report that the ground is in excellent shape for seeding and much wheat has al­ ready oeen sown. The season is most favorable. SCANDINAVIAN NOVELS DICTIONARIES AND BOX PAPERS. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for you. Carl Torbenson, the present county commissioner from the Fifth district, has circulated a [K'tition, enabling him to be a Cuau uate for reelection. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for your tf. The four weeks old infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith who reside 8 miles south­ west o...

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. — 10 May 1906

V'\ linor Topics Wm. Spiegel o! the Spiegel Land Co., o! Palermo, was in Minot Monday on business. The Independent was in error last week regarding, the date of the Republican State Convention. The convention will be held in Jamestown July 12. John H. Stenersen left for Sha fer to-day where he is interested in the townsite. Shafer is one of the growing towns of western North Dakota. A. McDowell, a druggist from Crystal, la., arrived at Palermo last week with a car load of drugs and fixtures for that city. He will erect a fine concrete block in connection with the State Bank, and will have one of the finest drug stores along the line. Geo. Evans, a Berthold farmer, received a coop of chickens from Minnesota Sunday by express. The chickens were worth about $5 and the express charges amounted to only $8. George says he thinks the company must have intended transferring sever­ al shares of stock to him, but h*? not yet received the cer­ tificates. Geo. McClure, the Tasker coal baron, re...

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. — 10 May 1906

I .N, '•'A t-i if I HjjWl l-l"li|.,!lIJIJ^'l I Lot Ladies' Linen White Wash Suits (Jacket and Skirt) all newest spring styles. Regular price QQ $8.50. Cut to. per suit 0*ri30 I Lot Ladies White Wash Suits. Made very fancy. Regular price fc AQ $9.50. 'Cut to, per suit I Lot Ladies' White Wash Suits. Regular price $5.50. 0Q QQ Cut to, per suit pu«00 I Lot Ladies' White Wash Suits. $2.98 Regular price $4.50 Cut to, per suit.... I Lot Ladies' Fancy Up-to-date Waists Regular price S5.50. QQ Cut to, each iJKiJJQ 1 Lot Ladies' Fancy Waists. Regular price $2.50. 01 CQ Cut to, each vliUJJ 1 Lot Ladies' Waists. .Regular price $1.50. Cut to, each Lot Ladies' Wrappers. Assorted styles and colors. Reg- pQ* ular price $1.25. Cut to, each. OJJw Corset Covers. Regular price 35c. Cut to, each Corset Covers. Regular price 05c. Cut to, each Corset Covers. Regular price $1.00. Cut to,each Muslin Drawers. Regular price 35c. Cut to, per pair.. Muslin Drawers. Regular price 50c. Cut to, per pair.. NOTIONS...

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. — 10 May 1906

Our Automobile trade has been so steady that it warrant­ ed us to buy the machines in carload lots. Of course we got better prices and saved a good deal of freight, and can give our customers the advantage of it. Besides we selected a very complete assortment, including runabouts and touring cars, both of the Cadillac and Max­ well manufacture. C/ Firnitire Dealer ~7T ft 1 4 Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffher &? Marx The Minot Commission House has in stock a nice line of farm, field and garden seeds. We also have a complete line of poultry supplies and stock foods. A Carload of Automobiles Just think of it, a whole carload, the very first car of Automobiles that was ever shipped to Minot. If you are thinking of buying an Automobile, do not make the mistake of purchasing before you have inspected our uuusually large line Lorge & Welch, Minot, N. D. North Jones' Coal Office CATALOGUE HOUSES ON THE RUN! That's where we have them and if you want anything in the furniture line, we ...

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. — 10 May 1906

ON OUR NORTH DAKOTA CLAIMS. I would like to know the author Who wrote that charming letter To his daddy in the East, He could hare done no better. But I'd like to know his daddy So I could to him explain How it happened that we got here On our North Dakota claims. You see, we love an uncle, A very liberal man, And he has lots of children. And his name is Uncle Sam, And he is very wealthy, He owns a large domain. He told us kids to go out West And get us all a claim So we packed our traps and started To this land of milk and honey, We had nothing when we got here But now we've lots of money. We have horses, sheep and cattle And lots of golden grain, It wafe all accumulated On our North Dakota claims. Our dear old uncle lives back East And he is there to stay, For he started there when he was young And can not get away. But should he grow old and feeble And suffer any pain, You'll see a generation rising Fmm their North Dakota claims. To go and stand by uncle And protect him from all ...

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. — 10 May 1906

1 TI'VF ON OUR NORTH DAKOTA CLAIMS. I would like to know the »uthor Who wrote that charming letter To his daddy in the East, He could have done ho better. But I'd like to know his daddy So I could to him explain How it happened that we got here On our North Dakota claims. You see, we love an uncle, A very liberal man, And he has lots of children, And his name is Uncle Sam, And he is very wealthy, He owns a large domain. He told us kids to go out West And get us all a claim So we packed our traps and started To this land of milk and honey, We had nothing when we got here But now we've lots of money. We have horses, sheep and cattle And lots of golden grain, It wa& all accumulated On our North Dakota claims. Our dear old uncle lives back East And he is there to stay, For he started there when he was young And can not get away. But should he grow old and feeble And suffer any pain, You'll see a generation rising From their North Dakota claims. To go and stand by uncle And protect h...

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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