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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 17 May 1906

3** 25 W 2nd St. Opposite City HaH RENWALD-STOEVENER CORNER. We expect to use a corner in this paper permanently from this time. We would not do this if we did not believe that we will have matter that will interest the read­ ers of this paper. It will not be necessary for you to either buy or sell lands in order to be interested in the matters that will ap­ pear in this corner. Farmers, especially, will find it to their interest to watch this corner. But in the meantime, remember that we buy and sell real estate. If you want to buy, or want to sell, remember that we make it a business to find the man with whom you can do business. In fact, that is our main and only business. Watch the price of real estate, and you will realize what we are doing. We will want help from the farmers, and know we will get it. So watch the RENWALD-STOEVENER CORNER in the Independent. THE SQUARE LAND DEALERS. mm wm 2L2 DR. HUBLER'S for Painless, Durable, Dependable Dentistry at the lowest prices consiste...

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. — 24 May 1906

J" **... je •At-,- CIRCULATION 4,200 Id Ik 11 2 Id 5 Id II O Id O S 'I "V 0. Id O lb -I CD Id mi 3 O 5 S Id .y' Wv §V "A* fr i».f t*» iWn 1 I VOLUME 5* NUMBER 9 The Major Grows Weary oi the MAJOR MURPHY'S VIEWS Same Old Cry--He is Looking For no Office and no Favor— The Gang Throws Dust in Voters' Eyes. O The following letter written by Major J. S. Murphy to the Minot Optic, the State Machine organ in Ward county, we take pleas­ ure in reprinting for the infor­ mation it conveys to our readers: "We are growing tired of the cry "Murphyism" by the Ma­ chine followers. It is simply done to throw dust in the peo­ ple's eyes. They know as well as we do that Major Murphy is not an issue in this campaign. In order to make any man an is­ sue it must be conclusively shown that that man has a selfish inte­ rest. He is not nor has he been for ten years a candidate for of­ fice. Ashe says in his letter, there is no office he could afford to accept. Everyone knows the Major has fought the machin...

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. — 24 May 1906

,v.*'v WILL BRAND 'EM HONEST OPINION THE CREAMERY HABIT THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT MAIL ORDER BUSINESS Published Every Thursday. U/nill 11 RIIY ntl EfllTE^ C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. 18. 1908. as Second-Class Matter, Postofflce, Minot. N, D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879, ^ggMgggg ^NOT.NS^ MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. CAN'T SQUARE THEMSELVES VVUULU DUI UCLCUAICd CONSUPTION MAKES HEADWAY Do you know who the representatives of the "Looters of Alaska" are in this county? It is not hard to locate them. You can do that yourself but for fear that they might pull the wool over the eyes of some they will be properly branded before the primaries so that all may see and know to whom they belong. A good many people think that because a candidate happens to place an an­ nouncement in a paper, the paper is not supposed to say anything against his candidacy or else is in duty bound to say something for the candidate. Neither is the c...

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. — 24 May 1906

"X A FARMER WANTS And has a right to demand the purest and best of GROCERIES We are making special study to this end WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR YOUR PRODUCE And give in return the best quality of .GROCERIES. Try Us H. E. WHEELER. ocoooooooooo oooooooooooooo I WANTED 80 acres breaking done at I once on land in Section 7, 5 Township 156, Range 81, six miles southwest oi Deer- $ ing, N. D. Will pay $3.00 per acre cash. Must be done in time to put in flax crop this year. 9 I RENWALD-STDEVENER LAND 4 I LOAN CO. OOOOOO6OOOOOOOOOOOOO69OOOO It will pay you to invest your money in town lots in Palermo. Jase Hunt, does general blacksmith, ing at his newshop. He guarantees all. of nis work to be first-class. Work done while you wait. Opposite Scofield's livery barn. tf WE State News. W. H. Wilson's barn at Sawyer burned. Sherwood will celebrate the Fourth. J. J. Leeson, a prominent busi­ ness man of Velva, is very ill. The Sherwood Odd Fellows may erect a $4000hall and opera house. The ...

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. — 24 May 1906

THE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL Solicits your patronage. RENWALD-STOEVENER CORNER. !a«»i»9£i9-19S®Wa^iW9®^®*S9i®39i®99®9:'9®9i9.9' 11 is impossible for a farmer to get a good price for land, while other land in the same neighborhood is selling at a lew price. It, therefore, is to the interest of the farmer to assist in selling all the cheap land in his vicipity. The best way to sell your land, is to list it with us. The best way to sell any other cheap land in your vicinity is to either induce the owner to call on us, or tell us about the land. By doing this, you increase the value of your own land, you benefit your own neighbor, and help us. We are handling more land TO-DAY than any concern in Ward County. We don't work on our past reputation. We need the co-operationof the farmers of Ward County. We want to know where the cheap land is, and we will sell the cheapest till there is no cheap land left, and Ward County land sells for what it is really worth. List your land with us. We keep t...

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. — 24 May 1906

r-fV *, *t, -ViU** -V Land and Horses. k.. te$. or sale several quarters ofex land southwest Minot, in tC" laming quarter of the nf| ryOne quarter six miles bl \AJiot. One quarter four lee-Jfom Sawyer. lust received two carloads of Bt-class work horses. Prices to it. —James C. Taylor, L-tf Grelland, N. D. it is possible to obtain relief from Ionic indigestion and dyspepsia by the of KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA, ine of the most hopeless cases of long Tiding have yielded to it. It enables ljto digest the food you eat and exer to a corrective influence, building up efficiency of the digestive organs. stomach is the boiler wherein the jam is made that keeps up your vital health and strength. Kodol digests iajt you eat. Makes the stomach leiet—puts the boiler in condition to do work nature demands of it—gives iu relief from digestive disorders, and its you in shape to do your best, and 1 your best. Sold by MCCOY & Co. Trees and Plants. plant the Grand Forks Nursery [own Trees if you wish to ...

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. — 24 May 1906

:f.| If 1 15 •:.••• vS I I f.,M ft 1 •m. I $r"* iaiiaiii Gun Metal Calf Oxford (like cut Price $3.50 Patent Kid Vamp Dull Top Button Shoes (like cut) Price '$3.50 OXFORDS AND SHOES CORRECT STYLES I TOP-NOTCH SHOEMAKINQ Patent Kid Vamp Shoe Dull Top. Blucher J9 Kfl just like cut. Price »w»wu Women's Vici Kid Oxfords Ooodyear Welt, flexible soles (likecut) Price $2.80 Parent Leather Oxfords Dull Top McKay Sewed $2 00 Vici Kid Oxfords. (McKay sewed) $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 J. W. SAMUELSON MINOT, N. 0. WljPffMt-MfP IWpiipt!AilMM«W» If you make our store the basis of your clothes operations, and the Hart Schaffner & Marx quality the foun­ dation of your ideas, you'll be as well dressed as a man can be* I Tan Russian Ciif and Gibson Tie Ribbon Lac«s, City Last (like cut) Price $3.50 and $2.50 Vici Kid Shoe—very flexible soles Price $3.SO Are You Laying Your Plans? Remember Our oggery and Shoe Departments W. Douglas and Walk-Over Shoes, All Styles and Leathers, $3.00 to $5.00 J. M. WILSON ...

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. — 24 May 1906

At MINOT, N. lOITHWEST DAKOTA LQ6UE STANDING OF THE CLUBS. W I Williston 3 3 I Ross 3 '3 •Tagus 3 3 I Tioga 3 2 White JUarth 3 1 Wheelock 3 0 [Palermo 3 0 V. Berthold 3 0 Palermo at Williston. Berthold at Tioga. 'Wheelo *.k at Boss. White Earth at Tagus. Pet. 1000 1000 1000 666 333 000 000 000 GAMES MAY 27th. WHEELOCK LOSES TO THE (ilANTS. Wheelock, May 22.—Malloney's bunch (ailed to connect with the Giant's twirl er, and but for an error it would have been a shut-out. Wheelock is strength­ ening their team each game but the Tagus team is the peer of anything in the League. They have six men in the team weighing over 200 lbs. Score:—Tagus 18, Wheelock 1. Batteries—Coffaa and Feldman, Ta­ gus Warwick and Flem, Wheelock. WtttASTON CONTINUES TO WIN*. White Earth, May 22—The Williston team continues to lead the percentage list, by defeating White Earth in a very loose and careless game. Cooper, the White Earth pitcher, received very poor support this, coupled with carelessness •of the W...

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. — 24 May 1906

^'iA(V» tv «ryv I sens Sworn statement on my circular that th« pietura represents SOI Gophers klllsd in on* day from con­ tents of one bott!« of KILLED IN ONE DAY Special to County Commissioners and Supervisors: Manufactured and Guaranteed by write Poison" poison as recommended, then the whole shipment is yours free of charge. No other poison on the market will stand.for such a guarantee. 1 5 BILLE'S GOPHER POISON Call at once at vour Druggist for circular that explains and will convince you whv BILLE'S OOPHER POISON never fails to save your crop of garden vegetables from destruction by the gopher pest, no matter how many dry or wet seasons, early or even the late months in season. Also explainsregard ing its test on sub-experiment Station, Dickinson, N. Dak. It is analyzed by the State Chemist, Prof. E. L. Ladd. It is recommended by Bankers, County_ Commissioners and prominent farmers who have all used said poison in their fields. For Sale and Guaranteed by MINOT DRUG STORES REFERE...

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. — 24 May 1906

Pontiac Buggies. Jackson Wagons. Haraesses-heavyand light. Furniture Dealer Phone 8. HAMPDEN AT THE GREAT MATCH WORKS AT CANTON. OHIO. Rcii far Bnklet "Light from the Watchman." BUI LOCK WESTERN IMPLEMENT For H. D. SHEPARD, Manager. 1 70U" ALL KINDS OF FARM MACHINERY. NORTHWEST THRESHERS Rock Island Wind Mills. Klondike gangs and sulkies. Fosston Fanning Mills. Kingman Disc. gangs and sulkies. Machine Oil. Oliver Buffalo Pitts Harrows. Stock Tanks. Pekin Boss WALTER A. WOOD BINDERS, MOWERS AND RAKES. Quality and Price We Can't be Beat. Western Implement Company Two Blocks Bast of Iceland Hotel. CATALOGUE HOUSES ON THE RUN That where we have them and if you want anything in the furniture line, we want 8 oan se you c^eaP from th9 catalogue houses. And when it comes to something good and substantial—well, I can safely say that you will hardly be able to secure anything real good when sending away for it, unless you pay more money for it, than that for whieb I can sell you the same piec...

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. — 24 May 1906

-i tfet j»» Council Passes House Mover's Ordinance at First Reading Must Secure License, Permit, and Give Bond. The City Fathers met at Mavor Greenleaf's office Monday even­ ing and talked over tnings in general. The councilmen are taking great interest in the wel­ fare of the city and should re­ ceive the credit which they so highly deserve. It's bard work to meet night after night and settle questions of great moment especially when the job is a "thank you" one, and sometimes they are not even thanked. The house mover's ordinance was passed at its first reading. The ordinance provided for the licensing of house movers, and also that the movers shall £ut up an approved bond to the city before a building can be moved. All moving must be done on a permit, and the council reserves the righfc to map out the route over which the mover goes. At no time shall he stop traffic for more than three hours. The hearts of our police were made glad when thecouncil voted to raise the salary of 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. — 24 May 1906

-i V. PRINCE. n. A beautiful built black stallion llion, weighing 1750 pounds. ialed in June, 1902, sired by •al 23216 Black foaled *il 10, 1897, got by Brilliaa /"taro 15710 Dam Lady Wash ington 13558 by Duvivere 2559 (1317) 2nd Dam Daisy bv Du­ vivere 2559 (1317) 3d" Dam Ktallit J&£ ^ril Minnie by Favorite 196 4th Dam Jiennie by Renford 402 5th Dam Ida by Rouen 426. Will stand for the season of 1906 beginning May 5, at A. McDonald's livery barn at Minot. Those having good mares wish­ ing the service of a good horse should see him before breeding. Prices and terms: Insure with foal, By the season, $ Single service $5. All mares served at owner's risk. Parties not returning mares regularly, will be charged the season rate. Parties dispos­ ing of mares before foaling time, will be charged the season rate whether in foal or not. The engineer's estimate of the work to be done is as follows: 1380 feet of 27 inch pipe. 1112 feet of 21 inch pipe. 373 feet of 30 inch pipe. 5944 feet of...

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. — 24 May 1906

Large Crowd Meet Sunday After­ noon and Enjoy Splendid Pro­ gram-"Norwegian Flag Floats by Side the Stars and Stripes. The first 17th day of May demonstration ever held in the immediate vicinity of Minot, was the entertainment given in "Watne's woods, a half mile west of this city Sunday afternoon. All plans had been made for a big celebration Thursday after­ noon, but on account of the heavy rain on that day, the celebration was changed to an entertainment and postponed until Sunday. A crowd of between three and four hundred Norweigians gathered at the beautiful spot on the banks if the Mouse river to again con­ sider the manner in which Nor­ way secured her freedom from Denmark on May 17, 1814, and rejoice over the fact that today Norwegians of all classes in Nor­ way have a voice in the govern­ ment. The flag of Norway floated from a high pole erected over the speaker's stand, and immediately over it the stars and stripes told the simple story that while the sturdy Sons of Norway...

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. — 31 May 1906

Hi CIRCULATION 4f200| Id -Z IL III a HI i- O lb VOLUME 5. NUMBER 10. Tins. Hansbrough-McKenzie 111 •J 5 3 CD 3 3 O 0 III v: FABRICK, The undersigned jffSPvw *P? -4'f^ PERTINENT FACTS ABOUT MACHINE BELEGATES Why MtMm, Btetsdell mil JrtnsonWaitt the DiMptes to 6i fc tlta tjonventiBn Onpledgsd—Vtfte (or M-Muttm BBIsiatas, Honsst Politics and tower The Independent wishes to callithe?attention of the public and those interested in good government, to the ^tactics of the state machine advocates in Ward'County 1 their desperation to induce men ef character to stand for elec­ tion as delegates to the state convention L. D. McGahan, Al­ fred Blaisdell, C. .A. Johnson, A. W. Gray, et al, are telling the men whom they induce to run against the delegation head­ ed by John Waillin, the good government-anti-machine delega­ tion that they (McGahan et al) ere also opposed to machine rule and that they '(McGahan et al) wish the delegation to go "unpledged and not tied up etc. Now most people should ...

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. — 31 May 1906

•I 'i.'mn.'. I, Till Machini Papers Good Effect. What are Their Principles? AS We Exoecfed Inconsistency Here THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT PvkddMri Every Thursday. C. F. TRIMX, PablisHer 6. D. COLCORD, Editir Entered June, 18, 1908. as Second-Class Matter, Postofflce, Minot, N, D. Act of Congress of March 3,1879. JNOT.HS MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. a no vie LA|icuiwu recent we Some of them—are following the lead of the Hansbrough organ, and saying that there has been graft in connection with state printing. At the same time they tell us what a splendid lot of state officials we have. If the state officials have countenanced grafting, it would seem that they are to be condemned. It is to be noted, however, that not all the machine papers join in the cry of "printing steal." The Bismarck Tribune is yet to be heard from, but as the Tribune does nearly all the state printing, and has done for years, it is doubtless satisfied that there is nothing in the charg...

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. — 31 May 1906

N Firaitire Dealer WH 8.30 am 4.00 7.20 8.35 pm 11.00 pm THE GREAT RQRTHERN HOTEL THE UNION HOUSE 8AM ARNTZ, CATALOGUE HOUSES ON THE RUN! The thriving new town of Palermo, located in the heart of this fertile country, and on the Trans-Atlantic main line of the Great Northern, af­ fords excellent opportunities for business. Professional men and women, be sure to come and investigate. LANDS LOANS c. J. That's where we have them and if you want anything in the furniture line, we want to prove it to you. We can sell you cheap furniture, for less money than you can buy it from th9 catalogue houses. And when it comes to something good and substantial—well, I can safely say that you will hardly be able to secure anything real good when sending away for it, unless you pay more money for it, than that for whieh I can sell you the same piece. Isn tit quite a satisfaction also to be able to examine goods before turning over your cold cash This store was never before stocked with such an elegan...

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. — 31 May 1906

This is the Shoe for wet weather Try a pair of W. L. DOUGLAS Custom Hand-made Price 00 Gun Metal Calf Oxford (like cut) Price $3.50 Patent Kid Vamp Dull Top Button Shoes (like cut) Price $3.50 OXFORDS AND SHOES CORRECT STYLES TOP-NOTCH SHOEMAK1NQ Patent Kid Vamp Shoe Dull Top, Blucber £0 K(1 just like cut. Price Women's Viel Kid Oxfords Goodyear Welt, flexible soles (like cut) Price «2.SO Pateat Leather Oxfords Dall Tap McKay S«w«d $2.00 VIcl KM Oxfords. (McKay sewed) $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 J. W. SAMUELSON MINOT, N. D. i^Kwiwiiw Wiiimi iii&iiMliKiwawoA^^ Box Calf, Velour, Gun Metal, Pat. Colt, Vici Kid, heavy or light soles. PRICES RANGE Tan Russian Calf and 6ibson Tie Ribbon Laces, City Last (like cut) Price $3.50 and $2.50 Vici Kid Shoo—very flexible soles Rrlce 43.0O HOW YOU LIKE J. M. WILSON The Clothing and Shoe Man. 121 Main Street Minot, N. D. We Mean the Weather! How are your Shoes Do they keep out the wet If not, come in and get a bottle of Viscal Oil. It will make your Sh...

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. — 31 May 1906

Rob nsonj Far Wag­ ons and Trucks. Rob nsonj Far Wag­ ons and Trucks. Minot,- A •V Mi'I ,111. King Oscar Gangs. XX Sulkies. King Oscar Gangs. XX Sulkies. Cultivators. Buffalo Pitts Threshers LorgB & Welch, On or Before Land and Loans Wanted wild, at right price and terms. Wanted ance time. SECOND FLOOR SLAKBV BLOCK & 0 Without an exception these will be the greatest d^ys in Minot's history. Ten bands. Half a hundred firemen's companies including the best hook and ladder and hose companies in the state. Don't miss seeing the 1200 firemen in these great races. $1000 in purses for the winners. Buggies for the Farmers There is no reason why the farmer shouldn't have the best buggy on earth, and that's what The Robinson Buggy Co., of Freeport, 111., intended when it manufactured the line of buggies which we have for sale. Every piece of wood and every bit of iron used in the manufacture of these buggies are selected with the greatest of care and if you buy one of these buggies fr...

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. — 31 May 1906

SOO TIME TABLE FROM MINOT GOING EAST 103 105 107 10:30 2:30 I:47| Mother's Bread at Auslander'sBakery. Its pood. Try it. J. Monesmith finished sowing 280 acres of grain nearly two weeks ago. Wanted—10,000 farmers to buy their formaldehyde and strychnine at Blakey's. Feldman & Baker are buying $1,500 worth of hides, furs and junk a month. Ship your cream to theMinot Central Creamery, i'our caah is ready for your tf. Edw. Bettin is building a fine $1000 house in north Minot, and will be completed about August 1. Rain again Monday and Tues­ day. Eight fine rains in a week. What a desert we are living in! Call at Stoltz's lumberyard and get prices on all kinds of building material. C. H. Rudd, Agent. The Great Northern is filling the old sloueh on Ramstad street with gravel and will lay move tracks. Twenty members of the C. O. F. have organized a tennis club and are playing on the Catholic church grounds. Mark Nelson is entertaining his brother, J. Nelson, whom he had not seen for s...

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. — 31 May 1906

-.b. BUY WHERE LJFIHS EASY Gov. Devine Talks in a Medita* tive Manner of His old Home in Virginia Where People do not Worry. "The climate back in Virginia is not favorable for the man who does hard work, so nature has supplied him with resources which makes life easy for him," Gover­ nor Devinf remarked to an Inde­ pendent reporter the other day. "You know I was born back in •^.Virginia and a year ago visited my old home. One afternoon I took a very short walk ia the wood near my old home and soon passed a tree of pawpaw's. Over vvonder was a persimmons tree full of fruit, but it was not yet ripe. Apple trees, wild grapes, hickory nuts, butter nuts, wal­ nuts and wild cherries were in my path, and I could not help but think how easy life was for those people. Around the hill .you could hear the sound of an axe, and walking a little farther ap­ peared a tall, sturdy woodsman cutting at a tree. He appeared barefooted with his overalls half way to his knees, and did not seem worried at...

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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