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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 21 June 1906

s- :1 V* vi| fi'f I: OFFICE: ROOMS 7, :LEE BLOCK v''.' LANDSEEKERS Do you want deeded land, clear title, rood terms, reasonable rate of interest, and get what you have been or are looking- for? Come and see us, or write. Lands of various size tracts, from 80 acres to Town­ ships for sale at prices that can hardly fail to be satisfactory. U. S. Land Office business promptly and careful fully attended to by men of years of experience. Contests conducted, plats made correctly and up-to-date, showing lands still open to homestead entry. Homestead papers prepared. Relinquishments for sale. Also information as regards abandoned, entries subject to contest. Parties having lands to sell will find it to their interest to list with us. An extended acquaintance in Minnesota, Iowa and "Wisconsin allows us quick sales which we .do at reasonable low commissions,on and after JunelSth. Yours very truly, I. PETERSEN ROSLAND, Double Cylinder Plow Engines ".' ••••.•' ••.•'••- MIINOT, IV. D. A FEW BARG...

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. — 21 June 1906

til it STATE NEWS. Yelva will make the eagle cream on the Fourth. A. E. Stakston returned from |ioga, where he visited his sons, le merchants. Eugene Morris, a Bismarck |py, was knocked from a freight Ipain while stealing a ride and parly killed. Jjohn Ji artel of Dickey county jus killed by his nineteen year jd step son, for abusing the 1's mother. JfSeveral hundred Texas cattle, |ng horns and all, were unload a at Velva last week and fed. |hey do not compare lavorably rith our North Dakota cattle. Editor Hughes of the Ray Pio Meer will have charge of the Wil­ liams county farmer's excursion to the Fargo Agricultural Col- |ge. Markell, the horse thief who itole a bunch of horses, bringing Ihem to Flaxton, and selling ihem to H. V. Hollingsworth, pas sentenced to twelve years in |he penitentiary at his trial at ilasgow, Mont. Judge Goss sentenced John F. Jkinner of Flaxton to 30 days in sail for contempt of court and ^ned him $25 and costs, .$10. In default of paying fine and costs ...

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. — 21 June 1906

Minor Topics PIBP Indies skirts sole} very cheap -this week at The Branch. It is said that the city of Mi-!Store Ijot i$ now $90,000 in debt. For bargains in men's gloves go to the Branch §tore, A dru&keii ffi&ti wtiO broke a glass in the Cargilt-Robb eleva­ tor was placed in the city jail. Great bargains in men's cloth­ ing this week at The Branch. Palermo people are rejoicing over the tiews that l)r. Bean, tvho formerly lived at that place, is to return tc open an office. Ladies' silk petticoats for $3.49 this week at The Branch. The city council met as a Board of Equalization Wednes­ day afternoon and raised the as­ sessed valuation of propertjr $15,000 and are not thru yet. Ladies' wash suits at cut prices at The Branch this week. Mrs. E. M. Day, of Bowbells was operated upon at the county hospital last week by Dr. Doe of Bowbells for appendicitis and is getting along nicely. Men's working shoes at unus­ ually low prices at the Branch store this week. At a school electio...

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. — 5 July 1906

CIRCULATION I 4,300 VOLUME 5. NUMBER 15. The Crowds on the Fourth Sur­ passed Those of Any Other Day—Weather Ideal*"Crowds The first race meeting held on the grounds of the Minot Racing Association, opened Tuesday un­ der favorable circumstances. While the crowd was not large the first day, it was very satis factory, for the management re­ alized that many of the people were waiting for the following day. The track was in good condition. The first race was the 2:25 trot, purse, $400. This was won by Ruth easily. R. L. Parker, owner and driver, and Akron was a close second. Idyl came in third. In the third heat it is said that Parker slowed up his, horse, letting Akron win the heat. It is alleged that Parker did this on purpose, letting his friends know of the game in or­ der to win big money. The fast­ est time made in this race was 2:31%. The 2:30 pace and 2:25 trot was won by Dick W easily, with second honors going to Nellie M, John Moore's true little mare and Mistake. Polly drew...

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. — 5 July 1906

GiVO US 0 Lift ^as in find IVU villi nwip Uli Eelp Dao||V 1 THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June, 18, 1902, as Second-Class Matter, Postofflce, Minot, N, D. Act of Congress of March 3. 1879, umomyri^BEL £UNaru§i£ MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Will Arlvortko Minnt The directors of the Minot Commercial Hill HUTuliloC IwllllUI ciub a^wa3*s in Iffflft Tllis is the held a meeting Friday night and de- cidedithat it would be an excellent plan for the business men of the city to advertise Minot by means of pictures of the city and sur­ rounding country on the backs of their stationery. If each busi­ ness man would insist that the printer run a good cut on the back of his letter heads and the front of his envelopes, together with a summary of the advantages and opportunities of this pait of the state, Minot and Ward county would become widely advertised. Minot already is the best advertised city for its size in the U...

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. — 5 July 1906

Two New Canadian Towns. The Brandon, Saskatchewan, and Hudson Bay liailway com­ pany is building a line from St. John, N. D. to Brandon, Mani­ toba, and will soon push their line from Brandon north to Hud­ son Bay. This road runs direct­ ly through the choicest of the world famed Manitoba wheat fields, a district well settled with prosperous farmers, who have tor years been anxiously await­ ing railroad connections with the south, and it is now certain the railroad will be in running order and ready to help move this year's crop. It is the intention of the Town site company to offer lots for sale in the towns of Bannerman and Desford on July 7th, 1906. The company will have a repre­ sentative on the ground, as des­ ignated below July 6th, between the hours of eleven o'clock a. m. and 4 p. m., where people can make their choice of lots, and July 7th a representative will be at Sts John, N. D. at Rolette County bank at 9 o'closk a. m., where deals for lots can be con sumated. These tw...

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. — 5 July 1906

J. Earl Barrington NEW PLAYS ARE POPULAR The Crows are Making a Big Hit at the Jacobson With a Series of New Plays*-Record Breaker for Big Crowds. On Tuesday night The Crows opened a five nights' engage­ ment at the Jacobson. preser­ ving that famous Russian society play, "Moths". This is a new bill and the Crows believed that •they were taking some little risk in staging the production, but 'its-suceess is now assured beyond •a shadow of a doubt. .1. Earl JSarrington, as Marquis de Cor reze, proved that he is growing stronger each year. Barrington "makes good'' wherever he plays, whether it be light comedy •or tragedy. 'Orpha Crow throws her whole ^soul into her acting and as Vere Hlerbert, a Child of Nature, it would seem thai the writer had 4formed his play to suit the char­ acter of the actress, so well did she play the part. Nellie"Crow (Tracy) as Lady 'Dolly, fair, fat, and" forty, com­ pletely captivated the audience. "She was funny at all times. She Is extremely popular with...

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. — 5 July 1906

A. J. De Lance, the mayor of Manitou, was in Minot Monday. Atty. LsSueur and 0. M. Pierce spent" a few days at Fargo 011 business. Mrs. L. A. Larson is spending the summer with E. 1". Williams and wife at Seattle. Dr. Ritchie of Velva raised some ex era fine strawberries this .year—but didn't remember his old friends in Minot. E. C. Good's barn was struck by lightning', eight miles south of Granville, and burned to ttie ground. Loss $800. Amateur burglars drilled holes in the safe at Peterson Bros. Machine Co.'s at Garrison, but never finished the job. John H. L?wis has returned from Fargo where he transacted business relative to his office as referee in bankruptcy. Some wheat- has started to head out. The straw will be much shorter this year than last. Will the heads be shorter? The Granville Record wants the Granville Board of Health to '•get busy" or the skunks in that neighborhood will be driven out -of business. Prof. Van Tassell, the versatile school teacher, was doing the peo...

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. — 5 July 1906

Sworn Satamant on my circular that the picture represents 201 Gophers killed in one day from con­ tents of one bottle of Manufactured and Guaranteed by KILLED IN ONE DAY BILLE'S GOPHER POISON Call at once at vour Druggist for circular that explains and will convince you whv 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 cons...

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. — 5 July 1906

If STATE SQUIBS. A Ivenmare merchant in his advertisement winds up with the words, Enthusiastingl yyou rs." County Judge Austill of Wil­ liams county has resigned to look after his important farming interests. The merchants who send away for their stationery still insist on the local editors putting up a big kick against the men who pat­ ronize mail order houses. The business men of Ryder de­ cided that they would have a Fourth of July celebration one evening, and by the following morning, bills were out and ou their way to surrounding towns. Angus McDonald of Minot, be­ gan Monday to carry the mail from Minot to Ryder, via Drady, Grelland and Bye. He has some excellent rigs and passengers will find him most accommodat­ ing. "If all the people responsible for passin' wuthless bills wuz t' be sent to jail," says Farmer Si­ las Hornihand, "they'd be a heap sight more legislators than coun­ terfeiters ketched.''—Chicago News. A lady school teacher at Fargo forty-five years of age recen...

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. — 5 July 1906

COUNCIL MEETING (Continued from Page 1.) $10,000 in selecting this right of way. A committee of aldermen the meantime will likely go to some of the other cities in the northwest which are provided with septic tanks and investigate them. Dr. Klemer who has given the septic tank proposition consider­ able attention both in this country and in Europe was called upon for information and explained some important questions to the aldermen. The doctor believes that from a sanitary stand point, the septic tank as provided for Minot would have been a total failure. The city council is getting down to good hard work. The alder­ men are very unselfish, meeting night after night. They are ex­ ceedingly independent and are not divided into factions as is usually the case. Each man thinks for himself^ The council may make some mistakes, but it will not make many. The coun­ cil is giving Minot an excellent business administration. The citizens have been making a howl for improvements for along tim...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

CIRCULATION 14,300 .''W' x: Miss .Jessie Goodwater. an eighteen-year-old young woman killed herself on her father's farm in a tent Friday afternoon about 2 o'clock, by shooting herself with a single barrel gun thru the upper portion of her abdominal cavity. Death was instantan­ eous. The father of the young woman had not been kind to her, and seriously objected to her keeping company with a young man who lives near Minot. The name of the young man is withheld from the paper at this time. The father had been engaged in run­ ning a breaking outfit for the man who wished to marry his daughter, and he being of a very stubborn disposition positively refused to allow his daughter to have anything to do with the fellow. The girl coaxed her lit­ tle sister to accompany her to the tent which was located about forty rods from the house, and she took the shot gun with her. She told the little sister that she was tired of life, that her parents would not allow her to marry the man she loved and...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

Alcohol From Lignite Coal a Europe Imnrnuo Ynnrcolvoc Minot and Her Debt Limit A Good Beginning Should Bring Besults Success In Advertising THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Thursday. C. F. TRIIAX, Publisher 6. D. C01C0RD, Editor Entered June, 18, 1902, as Second-Class Matter, Postofflcet Minot. N, D. Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, MiNOT, N. D., THURSDAY, JULY 12, 190C. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Wallace, tiie'up-to-date mine oper­ ator at Burlington, is full of important facts and should not be passed up lightlv. The Commercial Club should get into touch with Mr. Wallace and try to do something aloug his line of sug­ gestions. In a recent issue of the Minneapolis Journal I noticed an arti­ cle which stated, that the wood alcohol manufacturers were corres­ ponding with Congressman Marshall of North Dakota concerning tar—which is a product of wood alcohol—that they had little use for. and might make a good and cheap binder for lignite, and that Mr! Marshall has also been in corr...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

Brownie $1.00 2 2% No. 2. Flexo $5.00 3 3 S E N E A S A N No. 3A Folding Pocket Kodak $20.00 3 r, No. 2 Brownie $2.00 2 3 -^.iSTsV.vifA.MV-dvWV t**A i?U No. 2 Bull's Eye $8.00 3 3 y. •*. fjKnqjjnr -'R liyfjpJmiCTfe ', ^i^r^'"H •fi«^-:i.''*-«t^iq'j!i'. »«*••'v Yt 8&* ff--^ w* jZz*%- Tank Developer for Brownies $2.50 5-inch Machine $6.00 ^pp^ra^r*? PAUL V. McCOY & CO. The Live Jewelers and Druggists. LELAND HOTEL MINOT. N. DAK. No. 2 Folding Brownie $5.00 2 !,' 3 yt HEPS No. 2 Folding Pocket Kodak $15.00 3 3 2 S A O A A O E O A S No. 8 Folding Brownie $9.00 3 4 No. 3 Folding Pocket K)dak $17.50 3 -, x-4', VELOX SOLIO We have Velox and Solio in all sizes from S^'xS,^ to ~x~. Yt

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

Minor Topics Chas. Almyis very ill of quinsy. See the Western Implement Co. for buggies. 12-tf A love feast will be held at the Surrey church Thursday of this week. Black Locust at $10 per thou­ sand at HEATH'S NURSERY, Riga, N. D. tf C. L. Dahl, of Watertown, S. D., is here for a visit with his sister, Mrs. S. Lee. FOR SALE—400 bu. oata. Call at Ed Kivley's farm, southwest of Minot. C. C. BENSON, 7-12-2tp T. J. Sland of Lone Tree is building anew blacksmith shop 24x40 feet and he is employing two men. Butter milk is sold at the Mi not creamery at five cents a gallon. tf Buy homegrown nursery stock at HEATH'S NURSERY, Riga, N. D. tf John Schnitzler, editor of the Mohall Tribune, passed thru Mi­ not, on his way to the Jamestown convention Tuesday. TAKEN UP—One brown horse, two •white hind feet no brand, weight about 1100. GREAT NORTHERN STOCK YDS. 7-2'jp Stephen Gulseth, wife and -children are spending a few weeks visiting friends in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan. List ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

1 llsc A Plea for Harvest Hands. The following letter from Max Bass, will set someone to think­ ing. Harvest will soon be at hand and we will need every available harvest hand. Get jour eastern frienps out here and they will not only see the best country in the world, but will earn a few hundred dollars be­ sides. We publish the letter be­ low: Chicago, July 2,1906. To the Editor: Dear Sir:—Your attention is respectfully called to the condi­ tions awaiting the farmer in North Dakota in securing his present crop. It is now but lit­ tle more than a month when the iarmers of North Dakota will, from present prospects, com­ mence securing the largest crop the state has ever known. You •are no doubt aware of the great scarcity of help at the present time occasioned by the generally good times and the further fact that extensive railroad building in the northwest has picked up every available man. The con­ ditions in the east, so far as help is concerned, seem equally ser­ ious. Times are ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

$7.00 Suits. 5.00 (i 3.50 75c Underwear 50c- John Fahey is spending a jnonth in the west Mother Bread at Auslander'sBakery. Jtspood. Trvit. Chas. W. Connor is erecting a neat cement block residence. Trr the new Bon Ton for so das. 16-tf The New lion-ton carries a nice Jitie of package groceries. 16-tf It is expected that the Willis 2fcon land office will open Sept. 1. JRev. H. Kettler is erecting a ?new residence on Arlington iStreet. Scaug, the jeweler, has just .received a nice line of mantle ,and mission clocks. Beanie Olson erected a barn 30x40 on his 320 acre farm near Burlington. He has 200 acres of crop this year. BOYS' SHORT PANTS SUITS Your choice of all our tine line of Boys' and children's Suits, worth $8.00, for $ 6 4 O $5.60 3.75 2.80 $2.50 $6.00 Suits. 4.00 3.00 fSuits The unseasonable weather has left us with a large stock of Summer Underwear and Men's Soft Shirts which will be closed out regardless of cost. We do not believe in carry from one season to another. rung ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

if* •4^" .t r*ss 44 1 lot Men's Blue Denim Overalls, with and without bibs. Regular price G5c. A Cp Sale price, per pair Men's All Wool Pants, heavy and light weights, all colors. Regular price $3.50. Sale price, per pair vliJJU 1 lot Men's Single Breasted Suits, medium dark grey, extra good make ups, perfect fitting. Regular price $7.50. sale price, per pair iJrriliJ JUST COME IN AND LOOK OYER THESE BARGAINS 1 iot Men's Scotch Twilled Goods, grey mixtures and plaids, double and single breasted. Regular price $ 14.00. tfn /in Sale price, per suit njOiHO 1 lot Men's Black All Wool Clay Worsted Suits, made with all wool serge lining, good fitting garments. Regular C|| QQ price $17.00. Sale price, per suit tJMIiOU Men's Hats 50c Hat 35C 75c 49c $1.00 59c 1.50 98c 2.00 $1.19 3.oo .*• 1.98 1 lot Men's Blue Serge Suits, double and single breasted. Regular price 0|fl QO $15.00. Sale QO |Q price, per suit #IU.3U Men's Heavy Crawford Socks Just like what you have to pay 15c per pair in any s...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

Sworn Satement on my circular that tho pictura represents SOI Gophars killed in ona day from con­ tents of ona bo»*!e of Manufactured and Guaranteed bv KILLED IN ONE DAT HAMPDEN MADE AT THE GREAT match works at CANTON. OHIO. lead for Booklet "Light from the Watchman." BILLE'S GOPHER POISON Call at once at vour Druggist for circular that explains and will convince you whv 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 tields. For Sale and Guaranteed by M1NOT DRUG STORES Special to County Commissioners and Supervisors: Providing you furnish your County or Township with poison, then write me for my propo...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

'v Tilt I, Phone 520. 4- H. Lee and John Lee, two brothers residing five miles north of Minot, have erected forty foot wind mills on their farms and in addition to pumping their water, the mills will be used in grinding feed not only for themselves, tut their neighbors as well. The Lee ^Brothers are very progressive farmers. Joe Williamson, a farmer fif­ teen miles south of Minot, has farmed 275 acres this season, doing all of the work himself. Williamson works hard and is thoro. The Gray Brothers also have 275 acres of crop. The farmers are doing a good deal of ^breaking now which will not be cropped until next season. CANADIAN LAND 6 As a culmination of the stab­ bing affair north of Minot a week ago, Mrs. John Staff, wife •of the man who was so handy with the butcher knife, is suing her husband for a divorce on the grounds of cruelty. The hus­ band took three or four shots at her with a rifle and she does not propose to be a target any lon­ ger. The Last West Canadian land is to-...

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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