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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 31 May 1906

mwuwEsi imou loeut STANDING OF THE CLUHS. W Ii Pet. WillKston 4 4 0 1000 Ross 4 4 0 1000 Tagu» 4 4 0 1000 Tioga 4 3 1 750 White isiarth 4 13 250 Wheelock 4 0 4 000 FUermoi 4 0 4 000 BerthoM 4 0 4 000 (JAMES JUNE 3rd. Williston at Tktt& Wheelock at White Earth. Ross at Tagus. Palermo at Berthold. f£o39r May 27.—'The Ross "Blues" took Malloney's boys into camp by the one­ sided score of 25 vo 2. The score was 25 to 0 and two men gone in the ninth inning when a costly error by the center lielder let in two scores. Gorman, one of the ROPS pitchers, had the Wheelock team at his mercy at all times and de­ serves credit fox a shut-out game. Score:— R. H. E. Wheelock 2 6 8 Ross 25 19 2 Batteries: Wheelock—Barnstadtand WiIters. Ross—Gorman and Osmuson. Umpire Hawley. Tagus, June 2T.—The Tagus "Giants" defeated the White Earth team by the score of IT to 2. It looked like a good game until the 6th inning when Cooper, of th» White Earth team, weakened and the "Giants" hit him at will. Score...

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. — 31 May 1906

Part Two UMB 5* NUMBER 10. ty John Lowe, stenog services Geo McGee, expenses Miller, services Frank Andersonv coal for pau­ pers The Minot Optic of Minot N. D., hereby agrees to furnish your county with printed stationery and Job print Ing from the date of the contract un­ til the regular meeting of the board of county commissioners- of this coun ty in the month of' April, 1907, at such times and such quantities as may be ordered, at the following rates as hereinafter specified, viz: Letter heads, per thousand Letter heads, per 500 Memo heads, per 1000 Memo heads per &0'0 Stamped envelopes, printing only, per 1000 Stamped envelopes, printing only, per 500 .-. Postal cards, printing only, per 1000 Postal cards, printing only per 600 Postal cards, printing only •fi per 100 ... OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. »fay 7, 1906 m. The board met at 10 o'clock a. Com. Swanson In the chair with all members present. The minutes of the last meeting were now read. Moved by Com. Elliott and seconded by 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. — 31 May 1906

Mrs on Ths Slnlf I Caiditfates Praaist rfffflna ?n Minil" Mr tittle 6am THE WAfiD COUNTY INDEPENDENT NWrtrt BNry Tlwrtay. C. F. 1RIMX, NMitkr. 6. D. CQLCORD, Editor Xnt«r«4 ^M*. 18 19M. MBnnMain Matter, PostoQce, Minot. N. D. Act of Cmrm of March 3, 18 mn. MINOT, N. IX, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. ThO lloitva! fiiuliilllfe The candidate who "declines to mix up ills Miliar uONIItVII with the later on. He will mix,. a)) right, and it will not be with the reform faction of the party. The-machine is not worrying at all about the candidate who* declares neutrality. Gilbreath copy you desire* Don't pass this up. TfiPVU Iir Til IT Yilll eastern reader, that you will IIIGJII Mil I Oil IIIII persist in working year after year for oth­ ers when you could better your condition by declaring your inde­ pendence and work for yourself? What have you gained by slav­ ing for some Moocted land holder the past twenty years! Pferhape- a little. Perhaps not one bit. Xbi* have- paid' from ...

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. — 31 May 1906

7 tllDS FOR SEWERS. Sealed bids will be received until 13:00 o'clock noon June 4. 1906. for tbe construction of a trunk sewer in the City of liinot, N, D.. on the following n,amed streets, viz: On First atreet ffam Relshus street to the Mouse river, tal sewers on Relshus street from See to the Great Northern Railroad on uain street from Sixth street and lat Great Reishu 4 Northern Railroad right-of-way. treet from Sixth street to the ,-n Railroad right-of-way, on the Irn Railroad rigbt-of-~vay from to Ramstad street, and on Wel­ come street from First street to Fourth street In accordance with the plans and specula­ tions therdfor on Hie in the offlce of the City Auditor of the City of Minot, N. D., and at the offlce of Samuel F. Crabbe of Fargo. N. D., Consulting Engineer. The engineer's estimate of the work to be done is as follows: 1380 feet of S7 inch pipe. 1112 feet of St inch pipe. 373 feet of 20 inch ploe. 5044 feet of 12 inch pipe. 975 feet of 10 inch pipe. IS #-27 inch Y. I...

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. — 31 May 1906

Sworn statement on my circular that the picture represents tOI Oophers killed in one day from con­ tents of one bottle of Maonfactured and Guaranteed by KILLED IN ONE DAY BILLE'S GOPHER POISON Call at once at your Druggist for circular *that explains and will convince you why BILLE'S GOPHER 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 Special to County Commissioners and Supervisors: Providing you furnish your County or Township with poison, then write me for my proposition. I *vill furnish you with "Bille's Gopher Poison" on condition and terms as follows: If c...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 31 May 1906

ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF Aala Republican, I hereby announce y»yf as a candidate for sheriff subject jshes of the voters at the prim 19. A. V. SWAWBON. COUNTY TREASURER. To ijlii VOTERS OF WARD COUNTY. Beibg requested by my friends to sub­ mit myself as a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the will of the ^Republican party at the primary elec­ tion which is to be held une 19. I take this opportunity to make the announce­ ment and ask the voters of Ward county providing our ability to fulfill the office meets the requirements of their judg­ ment to tender me support. Respectfully, M. G. EGAN. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. To THK VOTERS OF WARD COUNTY: I hereby announce myself as a candi­ date for nomination to the office of County Treasurer of Ward county, sub­ ject to your will, at the primary election to be held on June 19. and respectfully ^solicit your support. My name will ap­ pear on the Republican primary ballot. Respectfully, JAMES W. BRIGGB. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. Toin VOTERS...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 31 May 1906

,vSn»vi^ -'vF,* YOU WILL FIND THE S E of our HATS re in every detail.. And The Line Most Complete Cheaper Than Dirt. NORTH BEND, anywhere INDEPENDENT MAN IN SEATTLE Rents are Even Higher Than in Minot. Lots Worth a Hund= red Thousand Dollars—Apples Ore.. Mav 9, '06. Friends Truax & Coleord: In my last letter I think 1 fin­ ished with my arrival at Seattle where I spent several days very pleasantly visiting old friends from Grand Forks. Seattle is certainly a hummer. It almost beats Minot. Store rents are from up to five hund­ red dollars per month for a 25 foot room, and some lots which during the panic could be, and were bought for ten or fifteen thousand dollars aie now selling at from a hundred to a hundred and fifty thousand. Talking with a man who pajs $75 per month rent for a space between two buildings about 20 feet deep and the width of a single door. Ta coma and Portland run some­ what lower than Seattle espe­ cially the former. Living expen­ ses are if anything a littl...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 31 May 1906

Motion carried. Moved by Com. Abbott and second­ ed by Com. Elliott that the petition from the tax payers of the township of Ward signed by C. H. Ardett and others be accepted and viewers ap pointed. Viewers Abbott, Elliott and Torbenson. On motion the board ad­ journed until 9 o'clock, MajK 11, 1906. The board met at 9 o'clock a. m. as per adjournment. Com. Swanson in the chair with all members pres­ ent Moved by Com. Black and se­ conded by Com. Torbenson that Mr. Luck be allowed $40.00 for tearing down and rebuilding a fence along the road on the 1-2 of lot 3, blk. 19, township 155-82. Motion carried. On motion the board adjourned until 2 o'clock p. m. One Assessor for the 2nd Commis­ sioner District. One Assessor for the 3rd Commis­ sioner District. One Assessor for the 4th Commis­ sioner District. One Assessor for the 5th Commis­ sioner District. One Commissioner for the 1st Commissioner District. One Commissioner for the 3rd 'Commissioner District. One Commissioner for the 5th...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 31 May 1906

j'-' '-i) Aa. Stop and Think. Who Is It that knows most about drugs? It's Doc­ tors, Druggists and Nurses. Now, then, if our drugs were not of the highest possible quality, why would we be fill­ ing: about IOOOO prescriptions a year Why would the doctors of Minot come here for their medicines when one of their family is ill Why would the mtrsas atthe Hospital buy their drugs from us The very people that are the best educated in drug quality are (our very best customers. We don't claim to sell our drugs as cheap as Sears Roebuck because we constantly aim to buy only the best, and the best of any­ thing always costs more than the poorest When you're sick you want the best, and that's what yoir get when you come here. When the doctor prescribes for you and we fill the prescriptions, you may feel certain that you're getting only what the doctor would get if he were sick with the We enjoy a constantly increasing business in our pre­ scription department and all because of the superior qf...

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. — 7 June 1906

CIRCULATION 5 CO Of Q. Id E O O 111 lb 111 E Q. Ill ib »s i- MI -j stances to -m r' 2 WILLIAM MURRAY, THE MAN OF THE PEOPLE. It is seldom that you will find a more popular, more congenial more whole souled fellow than William Murray, better known as Judge Murray, the candidate for the nomination for clerk of the district court upon the republican ticket. Mr. Murray has made Minot his home for years and has been prominently identified with our growing city and county in hundreds of ways. As county judge for a number of years, he filled that important office to the satisfaction of everyone, and no one worked harder and more faithfully for any concern than Wm. Murray worked for Ward county. It has often been said "Well, Bill Murray could hi tve been a mighty wealthy man had he wanted to take advantage of his many opportunities for making money out of the people," but this he never did. Hundreds of our Ward county men and women have been bound in the holy bonds of matrimony by Judge Mur...

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. — 7 June 1906

,&r -r I- )rl\:. 1% •$ 1 (J -.Vi -VW "t4- -,•''! 4 if- Copyrighx iq.o£ by Hart Schaffner &f Marx i-htmim) M. WILSON Iks Clothing and Shoe Man, 121 Main Street, FARMER SIZES UP THE SITUATION Says t&e Slate Machine had to Have Some Issue so Raised the Cry of "Murphy" Movement Against Graft all Over State. It is-very anmBing co notice the different little county papers of'this- county in their endeavors to decieve the Republican voters by their incessant cries oi Mnrpbyism to gain votes for the big machine- TW was made the issue two years ago and it was such aneeey way to deliver the votes to Hansbrough, McKenzie, Roach Grea Northern element that tfcey can net let the opportunity slip to shout tile same ery. Are we, us voters, of this great county to be^eceived again? They cried "purity etc" at the lastelection two years- ago-and have we as voters and tax payers had any of it? Dwo eoanty commissioners have been removed from office on the charges of graft. Havn't the taxes b...

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. — 7 June 1906

CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN ALBERTA LAND THE "LAST WEST" a CHEAP LAND IS NOW FAST COINC OFF THE MARKET. HAMPDEN (Mi fbr BNU(» 1 have still a tract of as good farming land as you ever saw anywhere, letter than lots of $30 to $50.00 per acrn land, near Stettler, Alberta, at from $8.00 to $12.50 per acre. One-third cash, balance nine years at 6%. No payment of principal required 2d year. These lands positively will ad­ vance $2.50 per acre by Oct. 1st this year. Alberta has the best climate, water, soil and grass in the world. Plenty of schools. churches, mills, elevators, and creameries. {light from the Wtciunan»'.l I\C A I NOT IN THE BLIZZARD BELT. To see is to buy. Cheap rates for actual homeseekers. ftext excursion leaves Minot over the Soo Line Thursday morning N E 1 4 Our own cars, which are stand­ ard Pullmans, take you all the way there and back, without change. If you desire to go no­ tify me not later than 10 a. m. Tuesday, June 12th. E. B. McCUTCH EON, Minot, No. Dak. CnC THE GREAT...

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. — 7 June 1906

t! rOU Dn*-- or re in every detail.. And The Line ost Complete who-mean.bu»irnson ...THE NEW WILL FIND THE S E of our HATS zed News-andithe an n.»nnt.v *l a SL Be good to the most faithful of servants YOUR and fit them out in our All the late spring styles POINTERS FOR VOTERS. Did or did not L. D. McGahan lead the movement against the regular Republican organization pears, ago? "V Did or did not L. D. McGahan, together with C. A. Johnson, N. Davis, now County Judge, and many others now holding office go up and down Ward county crying "Boss," "Gang," "Boss ism," etc., against the incumbents then in office? & Did or did not L. D. McGahan, C. A. Johnson, et al promise that if the people turned out the sons then holding office, they would show that extravagance and corruption existed in the Court iuse and further that those seeking office would be more economical, more honest and more com tent? Was or was not L. D. McGahan an alderman from the city of Bismarck and a democratic mem i...

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. — 7 June 1906

T(f"X 'i 1 The WHO ARE WE? {arsaved Clothing, Hats, Caps, Cloves, Underwear, will be sold at *Wh tike ing THE OPENING OF THIS MIGHTY PURCHASE Will be a gala day for Minot and the surrounding communi­ ty. It will pay you to come a hundred miles to attend this Eighty Sale. Remember the Place and Date We will just mention a few of the many prices we have in store for you. Don't pay any attention.to prejudiced peo- »le or criticizers, but come and be your own judge. A dol is one earned. Take advantage of this Great Sale and do your buying for the entire year. Let nothing keep you away from this Sale of the World's Greatest Bargain Givers at Minot, North Dakota. Everybody should avail themselves of this great opportu­ nity. A fine stock of high-grade tailor-made 43c The Chicago \WAsm^ Ladies' Skirts and Petticoats, And a full line of Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Shoes. on the Dollar. If you value money, don't miss this sale This stock must be sold in 15 days and ean never be duplicated as it...

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. — 7 June 1906

yr' "i .e.: •V ty," Minor Topics Gash & Burgess will start a new paper at Lansford. Wald & Syverson are building a fine structure for a general store at Ross. M. M. Chatfield, the attorney, left this evening for Rock coun­ ty, Minn., to visit friends. ^VPo you want to buy 50 pounds Dm or d* Grand Forks Flour for 50c? wad many otheien read Smallwood's ad. Did'or^Wanted sm,' "^ra 4u Was i) it w, be Sfc en pn It GOLDEN RULE STORE Removal Notice About June 5th we will remove to the White Front Block, in store-room formerly occupied by S. R. Kallak. Among the new features, we want to call your attention to our enlarged 5 and 10 Cent Department And Our Womens' Rest Room. The rear 30 feet of our store will be devoted entirely to 5 and IOc goods. Our Rest Room is exactly what the name signifies, a place for our country friends to come and bring their fami­ lies and make themselves comfortable. This room will be provided with easy chairs, writing materials, etc. When in town make thi...

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. — 7 June 1906

A class of nine completed the ourse in the Minot High School ind fitting exercises were held the Opera House Monday eve ling the pla^e being crowded to the doors. The operahouse had jeen created into a bower of loveliness for the occasion, the stage being decorated with pot plants. The class colors, emerald and rose predominated, while the class motto,"Pete Cer tum Finem," was shown in a conspicuous manner. Members of the Board of Education were seated on the stage after which the graduates entered, amid the cheers of their hundreds of friends. The High School orchestra, an excellent musical organiza­ tion, furnished music for the oc­ casion, and always brought forth a hearty applause for their ef­ forts. Eugene Olsgard's oration, "Russian Liberism vs. Russian Despotism" was handled in a thoughtful manner by the young man. He said that politics in Russia are in a most serious condition to-day. Russia has a large army and navy and the Copies' taxes are most burden some. Russian graft...

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. — 7 June 1906

tflK I# 4--.. Sec. 2. The salary of the other regu­ lar policemen of the City of Minot shall he the sum of 165. per month, and to be payable monthly. Sec. & The salary of such extra po­ licemen as it shall be deemed necessary to hire from time to time, shall be the sum of $2 per day for services actually rendered during the term for which they are employed. All ordinances and parts of ordi­ nances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed. This ordinance to be in force and ef­ fect from and after its passage and pub­ lication. Passed first reading May 25,1906. Passed second reading June 4,1906. Approved June 5,1906. Signed: D. C. GREEN LEAF, Attest: G. L. MORROW, Mayor. City Auditor. A Man of His Word. In this issue you will find E. O. .Keene's announcement for the state legislature. Mr. Keene is a lawyer, and at present conducts a bright, weekly newspaper at Sherwood. He tells in his an­ nouncement plainly what he stands for, and it seems to the Independent that he wi...

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. — 14 June 1906

OLATION 4.200 St & I*' 'Ik ir ft 11 •X *1 ...jr. 1 The tournament was formally opened Tuesday forenoon when Mayor D. C. Greenleaf welcomed the visiting firemen with a bril­ liant address at the opera house. He told the fire laddies that the city was turned over to them for I three days and that they should use it. Rev. N. E. Ellsworth pro­ nounced the invocation over the gathering. T. G. Benson, the President of the association, responded to Mayor Greenleaf's address of welcome, saying that he did not realize how much energy our peo­ ple had until he came here. Tuesday evening, the firemen enjoyed themselves in various ways. Some attended the Min­ strel show, others attended the Eagle's reception, while a num­ ber were out in carriages and automobiles. Refreshments were served the visiting firemen at the city hall each of the three days, absolutely without cost. Oakes succeeded in landing the tournament for next year. Gov. Sarles and staff arrived Tuesday night and enjoyed thems...

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. — 14 June 1906

How Did Johnson Vote? Ufaflin ie Mnt a Traifnr In Tafrll ft naif AFftkfl Alarm iflldB #1101 III THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Thursday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Sotered June. 18, 1902, as Second-Class Matter. Postofllce, Minot. N, D. Act of Confess of March 3, 1879. MOT.N MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. hickens Gome Home to Roost Will C. A. Johnson please siandupand tell the voters how he voted on the in­ famous Capitol Commission bill, a bill meant to rob the honest tax payer? Mr. Johnson did you vote for or against this bill? Don't beat about the bush. The voters have a right to know. WhQrQ tho Pliritv? The issue in this campaign is simply this: VVIISIv 10 HID ruillj Shall a good, honest, conscientious coun­ ty administration be endorsed? It is up to the business men as well as the farmers. All must vote together for the final results. Oh! where is the purity which the people were promised three years ago? thentically tha...

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. — 14 June 1906

si­ te a, ft® trade. If YOU Were a Druggist. If you were a druggist— a most competent and crit­ ical one—and were to make a most thorough inspection of our store you would cer= tainly be pleased with what you found. In the quality of drugs, the assortment, the methods of caring for stock, and the facilities of every kind, you would find noth­ ing you could not com­ mend. If so well equipped a drug store appeals to you we hope to have your LELAND HOTEL PAUL V. NIcCOY & CO. The Druggists and Jewelers SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS very best quality. «r ft*•*'* £, w* New Carving Sets We will Iih showing 30 new Carving Sets in a few days now. We always have led in the Carving Set business and we always will be­ cause we shII them reasonably cheap, show New Silver We have just received a new lot of World Brand Silver such as Knives and Forks, Fancy Spoons, Ladles, etc. For plated ware World Brand is one of the very best to be had and the patterns are verv line. Alarm Clocks 75c We are stil...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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