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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 July 1906

RAN6E FOURTEEN FEET L0N6 How the Grill Carries on So Great a Business—Everything Goes Like Clock Work-Place Growing More Popular Daily. An Independent representa­ tive strolled thru the Grill Cafe Tuesday evening and ventured to go into the rear where the real work is done. Here everything was hustle and bustle. What wonderful facilities Mr. Skeoch has for the carrying on of this big business. The Grill bakes its own bread, in an oven capa­ ble of turning out 350 loaves. Each day seventy pies and thirty dozen doughnuts are baked besides a great deal of other pas­ tries. The chef, S. H. Petrie, handles the work in admirable shape, having everything most convenient. A range fourteen feet long was recently installed. This has three separate fires, and three ovens 42x36 inches. Four tons of ice a week are re­ quired to cool the large refriger­ ator where the fruits, watermel­ ons, vegetables, and meats are kept. Mr. Skeoch has enough stuff in that refrigerator to stock up a large grocer...

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. — 12 July 1906

BIG DAYS AT STATE FAIR. Fargo, Grand Forks, Moorhead, Woodsmans, Commercial, Traveling Men's Days During July 23-28. Special excursion trains, at greatly reduced rates for fair and the tickets to include admission to the fair have been arranged for running into Fargo from var­ ious big towns to the state dur­ ing State Fair week July 23-28. The following is the schedule: I Monday, July 23—Opening Day. Tuesday, July 24—Woodmen's Day. Wednesday, July 25—Grand Forks Day. Thursday, July 26—Commer­ cial Traveling Men's Day. Friday, July 27—Fargo Day. Saturday, July 28—Moorhead Day. All the towns on the main lines and those branches running into these towns and then into Fargo are included on the days most convenient for them. In this way everybody in the state may secure special excursion rates to Fargo to see the big fair the automobile races and the other attractions offered by that city and her sister, Moorhead. Your nearest railroad agent will give you full information as to time 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. — 12 July 1906

KajfT $* $f 1 i) f' 1 PROSPERITY IN NORTH DAKOTA. Rapid Commercial Growth During Last Six Months—Fifty-Eight New Towns Established in the State Dur­ ing That Period. Commercial conditions in North Da­ kota show a remarkable improvement during the last six months and indi­ cate a degree of prosperity that th® state has never before enjoyed. It is not in the midst of a "boom," hut it la deriving benefits from a firm, substan» tial growth. There has prevailed a general im­ pression that North Dakota, as well as other Western states, have been making immense strides in commerce and industry during the past few years. The population has been grow­ ing steadily, hut the growth has been largely through immigrants who did not possess so much wealth that they would add an immense commercial 6trength to the state. Now th?y are reaping from their efforts and are in a position where they can buy all the necessities and some of the comforts they desire. In one county in North Dakota the number o...

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. — 19 July 1906

nwr- CIRCULATION 4,500 VOLUME 5. NUMBER i7. O. O. Adams, the notorious school furniture agent, at last has been arrested and he is charged with getting money un false pretenses. His case is being tried in county court this week and some interesting testimony was brot out that does not 1 make Mr. Adams appear in any better light in the eyes of the public than he should. Adams is charged by the mem­ bers of the school board of Rock ford school district No. 69 with I securing the signatures of the members of the school board to a contract which by the way was not filled in, and then putting in just what lie had a mind to. At the trial it was claimed that last May Adams called on the mem­ bers os the school board and first endeavored to sell two ^dic­ tionaries with stands for A SMOOTH SCHOOL FURNITURE DEALER O. O. Adams Arrested Charged With Getting Money Under False Pretenses—Members of School Board Sign Their Names Carelessly. .f 25. It is said that he secured the sig­ nature of the ...

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. — 19 July 1906

Herded Like Sheep cordingly It :h hut AUUIIOGIIall!C pnncomtivp Vipw that but the senseless aged the late pure food products. ^atkfiflfl ODC6 THE WRRD COUNTY INDEPENDENT C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June, 18, 1908. as Second-Class Matter, Postofflce, Minot. N. D. Act of Congress ol March 3, 1879, MiNOT, N. D., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. If ever a set of men were herded like a lot of sheep, it was the Ward county delegates to the Jamestown convention. The delegates are sore at the ma­ chine and that hereafter they will be insurgents is a foregone con­ clusion. The deal was all cut and dried and McGahan and Roach haa planned all along on herding the men. While all left Minot with the fuli intention of entering the convention did not do so. for their hands were tied, so to speak. In the first place, when the train reached Jamestown, the dele­ gates were marched about the streets like a company of soldiers until automobiles and closed carriages 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. — 19 July 1906

1 Three Watchmakers NOT TWO MEN AND A BOY We have just added our third jeweler and watchmaker to our working force and are now better than ever equipped to do quick watch, clock, jewelry and spectacle repairing. All three of our jewelers are good ones. Not the cheapest we could hire but the best. We have always aimed to turn out only the best work at reason­ able prices and our efforts have certainly been appreciated by the public. If your watch needs attention bring it to us and it will be repaired by a man of experience. We do all kinds of watch, clock, jewelry and spectacle repairing at reasonable prices and are able to get the work out in the least possible amount of time. We employ a graduate regis­ tered optician to fit, adjust and repair broken lenses and frames. One of our jewelers is an expert engraver and on any article purchased of us we are glad to do a reasonable amount of fine engraving free of charge. We have the largest line of watches and jewelry to be found in this...

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. — 19 July 1906

r.v I a I i' li 4 Minor Topics Palermo's new hotel is open. Dr. Bean of Walcot will locate at Palermo. Norwich is erecting anew city bastile. L. S. Champine has moved his land office from the P. P. Lee block to the Scofield block. L. S. Mallory,architect, Minot North Dakota. ft Over three hundred tents are pitched at the Devils Lake Chau­ tauqua grounds this year. Oliver E. Clubb, who had im­ portant cattle interests near Vil lard, died in St. Paul recently. Granville will hold a county fair Aug. 9, 10, and 11. The Granville State bank has secured one-half of the stock in the State bank at LeSueur, Minn. WANTED—Cream at White Ice Cream Facory. Good prices. Editor Jackman of Deering, was recently married to Miss Kate L. Seright, a popular young Riga lady. See our fine new line of bug­ gies Western Implement Co., Minot, N. D. S. L. Hestback of Minneapolis, has accepted a position as book­ keeper and cashier at the Meyer lumber yard. Get your strychnine at Blak* ey's, the old reliable ...

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. — 19 July 1906

V, V. A- V.f •. -',H\ 1 s, v, Minor Topics Portal home talent put on a play at Flaxton Friday night which was very popular. John Elyekrove, from La Follette, is recovering from a serious attack of pleurisy, in this city. FOR SALE—One hundred good work horses, and two hundred colts one, two .and three years old. Inquire of John Ehr, Minot, N. D. 14- The Independent would like a I good live correspondent in every town in the county. Write for terms. Ladies Tan Oxfords sold at nearly 1-2 off at J. W. Samuel son's shoe store, Minot. Henry Miller of the Walter A. Wood Harvester Co., is transact­ ing business with our implement dealers. ORGAN FOR SALE—Fine condi­ tion. Cost 885. Will take 840. J. W. RODE, '6-28-tf 119 Belyea Ave. N. R. R. Co's sale of lots at Colum­ bus on the 10th brought $10,000. Cheapest business lot sold $250 and residence $50. We will pay a fancy price for oats, speltz, wheat and all kinds of grain, for immediate delivery. Minot Milling Co. tf. Chas. Graham who is co...

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. — 19 July 1906

jf^'* y."'" & 'i fe "V5 §7.00 Suits. 5.00 3.50 See the Western Implement Co. for buggies. 12-tf The commissioners are still in •-esession, doing routine work. 5 Butter milk is eold at the Mi not e-reamery at five cents a -gallon. tf John Stakston, the Tioga merchant, visited his parents r.aear town a few days. The Linhas, north of town, have 450 acres of splendid grain, *250 acres of which is wheat. BOYS' SHORT PANTS SUITS Your choice of all our fine line of Boys' and Children's Suits, worth $8.00, for $ 6 4 O $5.60 3.75 2.80 §2.50 Suits 75c Underwear 50c §3.00 Union Suits. The One Price Men's and Boy's Outfitters §6.00 Suits. 4.00 3.00 A TEA SET BARGAIN. We can sell you for a limited time a 42 piece Fancy White, Semi-porceiain Tea Set at. $3.25 Minor Topics This is a rare opportunity to buy a set at a great big bargain. Our line of Tableware from Haviland to Iron Stone China is very complete. T. E. Olsgard, the attorney. has been spending a few days at Great Falls, Mont., on bu...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 July 1906

)/. •3 1 lot Men's Blue Denim Overalls, with and without bibs. Regular price G5c. Cp Sale price, per pair HJ« Men's All Wool Pants, heavy and light weights, all colors. Regular price QQ $3.50. Sale price, per pair OliJJO 1 lot Men's Single Breasted Suits, medium dark grey, extra good make ups, perfect fitting. Regular price $7.50. |Q sale price, per pair QHilu JUST COME IN AND LOOK OYER THESE BARGAINS 1 lot Men's Scotch Twilled Goods, grey mixtures and plaids, double and single breasted. Regular price $14.00. ijn Sale price, per suit OOiHD 1 lot Men's Black All Wool Clay Worsted Suits, made with all wool serge lining, good fitting garments. Regular Oil QQ price $17.00. Sale price, per suit 0II«30 Men's Hats 50c Hat 75c $1.00 59c 1.50 98c 2.00 ... $1.19 3.oo 1.98 1 lot Men's Blue Serge Suits, double and siugle breasted. Regular price *|n QQ $ 15.00. Sale price, per suit PIU.3U Men's Heavy Crawford Socks ust like what you have to pay 15c per pair in any store. During OUR Qa «ale, per ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 July 1906

P ^:Vj3 VJ-' $ V' T: :*'"*i' &? -?:v •M:« f:i o, •$ ', X:-J |j .- W* i, i\ i:l J'? i:y. &: .:•" 1 V-' 1 I ', V:- v- S! I f: i'i :.a i- X: IP Fwy**ew* Sworn Satcment on my circular that th« picture represents 201 Gophers killed in one day from con­ tents of one bo*t!e of Manufactured and Guaranteed by *i I ts 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 furn...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 July 1906

ij •*®V ir Ml NOT, m**mmm mm Low Rates $14.55 Account the Biennial Saengerfest of the Saenperbund of the Northwest, to be held at St. Paul, July 26-29 Tickets on sale July 24-25-26. Very liberal return limits. COOL FOUNTAIN Enjoy your soda at a cool, bright, spot ess fountain. Doubles the good taste of a soda. Our driuks are pure and wholesome and al­ ways kept ice cold. Tired? Thirsty? Step to our fountain and a GOLD SODA WATER S- cs '-v Cold, sparkling soda water, flavored with fresh fruit, is an ideal hot weather refresher. No need of being tired or thirsty, we can serve you a most delicious drink. Try it once at least. 0. P. SLOCUM, YOUR DRUGGIST Phone 8. mm nmwiMi tmmm THE WELCH IMPLEMENT COMPANY Buffalo Pitis Threshing Machines and Engines We invite the prospective pu:eraser to call at our yards and see the sample. It is not necessary for us to tell you that the Buffalo Pitts the best threshing rig on earth. YOU KNOW IT. We have a full line of Milwaukee Binders, Mowers and Rak...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 July 1906

ig® BLAISDELL FOR SECRETARY OF STATE Regulars Win Out for Every Candidate of Jamestown Con­ vention—Sarles Secures the Renomination lor Governor. The Regulars won out at Jamestown convention July 12, nominating every candidate. The following ticket was nomi­ nated: Governor—E. Y. Sarles. Congressman—T. F. Marshall, Dickey, A. J. Gronna, Nelson. Lieutenant Governor R. S. Lewis, Cass. Supreme Court Justices—D. E. Morgan, Ramsey John Knauf, Stutsman. Secretary of State Alfred Blaisdell, Ward. Treasurer—A. Peterson, Sar­ gent. Auditor—H. L. Holmes, Bath­ gate. Supt. of Public Instruction— W. L. Stockwell, Walsh. Commissioner of Agriculture— W. C. Gilbreath, Morton. Attorney General—T. F. Mc Cue, Foster. Railroad Commissioners—C. S. Diesem, LaMoure Erick Stafne, Richland Chas. Westby, Pierce. The machine was all oiled and adjusted ready to move at the command of Dictator McKenzie, and really the delegates had little to say at the convention. Alfred Blaisdell of Ward county, who was slate...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 July 1906

I'iv- ".IT 4w'••V" "V rf.p w--'-• •i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Land Office. Minot. N. D.. June 22. 1000. Notice is hereby tiiven that the following named settler hus tiled notice of his intention to rnnke final proof in support of his claim, and tiiat said proof will be made before Hon. Rettis ter and Receiver of United States Land Office nt Minot, N. D„ on August 18. 1906. viz: Charles Kelley. for the eV4 of swM. and lots 6 and 7, Sec. 6, Twp. 155 north of ranfreSS west, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John A. Botz. Sr., Albert Botz. Frank Buscheck, Joseph K. Korgel, all of Minot, N. Dak. L. D. AIcGanan. Greenleaf & Leighton, Register. Attorneys. B-2K-8-2 IN THE D'STRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF NORTH DAKOTA. In the matter of Marble Thayer, In Bankruptcy. Bankrupt. To the Honorable Charles F. Amidon. Judge of the District Court for the United States, for the District of North Dakota. M...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 July 1906

Brooms, each Jelly, 5 lb. Pail Get ready for the great­ est harvest North Dakota ever saw. We can supply your needs. Tomatoes, 2 Cans Cam. 3 Cans Peas, 3 Cans Pumpkin, per Can Salmon, 2 Cans MARTIN Sterling Cash Grocery .. 20c Baking Powder, 1 lb. Can... Cocoanut, per Pkg Ginger Snaps, per lb 25c .. 25c .. 25c .. 25c 10c 25c 25c .. 5c 5c 212 Main Street MINOT, N. D. The New lion-ton carries a nice line of package groceries. lG-tf Trv the new lion Ton for so­ das. 16-tf Thos. I). Lundy and son from Voltaire were Minot visitors Saturday. Six months ago while Tom was section foreman at Voltaire, his leg was broken by an accident on his hand car and in taking him home, his fin­ gers were very badly frozen. He is just gettiDg in shape agaiu. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar is the original laxative cough syrup and combines the qualities necessary to re lieve the cough and purge the system of cold. Contains no opiates. Sold ly MCCOY & Co. 0. M. Pierce ann Atty LeSneur spent a part of ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 26 July 1906

CIRCULATION W27\ VOLUME 5* NUMBER 18. HERBERT NIMMS FATALLY INJURED 'i While Attempting to Cross Be­ tween Soo Cars—Young Man is Terribly Injured and Dies Later—Crying Need of Gates. Herbert Nimms, a young man 24 years old, was fatally injured at the Soo crossing near the Electric Light plant Saturday evening about 6:20. A Soo freight train had been switching, and one car was bunted within about six feet of the train. The engine was following closely, but Nimms did not see it and at­ tempted to cross. A brakeman saw that the man was in dan­ ger, so when he was parts^way across the tracks, pusjj^^im back, at the same time exclaim­ ing to him to jump bock Nioims did as he was bidden, but watt not quick enough. His side was caught between the relentless bumpers and he was terribly crushed. His hip bone was bro­ ken and he was terribly injured internally. A tin tobacco box in his pocket was flattened out like a butcher knife. The young man was taken at once to the nospital, where he liv...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 26 July 1906

There's Plenty of Room A Dairy Their Lot a Prosperous One Importance of Weeding Out Hi Bettered Himself THE WAffl COUNTY INDEPENDENT PHIIIIM Every Thursday. C. F. TRUAX, Pollisktr 6. D. COLCORD, Elitir Entered June. 18, 1901, 8econd-Clau Matter. PoatoSce, Minot. N, D. Act of ConRresa of March 3. 1879. 5fejggppD ^NOTHS^ MiNOT, N. D., THURSDAY, JUTAT 26, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. All tho Prnnc Innlf Tina This is the time of .year your friends Mil IIIB UIU|I« LUUR rlllB ought to come from the east to vis­ it you. The crops look splendid. The Independent has taken a good deal of trouble to find out the exact conditions. All early grain is in excellent shape. Flax is especially good and the pros­ pects for a record breaking crop of flax are very bright. Wheat looks well. There are no indications of black rust, but some red rust is in evidence. Early wheat is headed. The straw will not be as long as last year and in some localities the farmers expect the yield to be just a trifle less. Its...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 26 July 1906

Safety Razors, Seven Blades, $1.50* Don't pay $5.00 lor a highly advertised safety razor, but come see the bargain we offer you in a safety razor at 1.50. It's the best yet. We put them out on two week's trial. Ra­ zors come put up in a nice velvet-lined box containing seven blades. Blades nave strapping apparatus and do not have to be sent away to be sharpened or exchanged. This is the best razor offer we have ever been able to make to our trade. Same price by mail. Make Your Own Souvenir Photos. It's impossible to bay pictures that will appeal to you and your friends as will those of your own making. Take a camera with you when you go on your outing. The pleasure you will derive from it will more than compensate the outlay. We have a superb stock of cameras and kodaks from $1.00 to $20.00. We nave both Blue Print and Yelox Post Cards for sale. We also have everything in supplies, such as iilms, plates, papers, trays, developers, print frames, mounts, etc. An Honest Beef, Iron and ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 26 July 1906

Minor Topics Geo. Hall is erecting new coal sheds along the Soo. L. S. Malloiy,architect, Miriot North Dakota. f! Call at Stoltz's lumber yard and jget prices on all kinds of building (material. C. H. Rudd, Agent Jos. Rowan and wife have been "visiting friends at Velva. See the Commercial Adjustment Co. for larm loans. Le Sueur block, Minot. tf The swellest line of buggies in Minot just received by the West­ ern Implement Co. J. H. Tompkins is erecting a new business block on Ramstad .street. See our fine new line of bug­ gies Western Implement Co., Minot, N. D. August Lux sold a quarter section of Bowbells dirt to W. II, Owens for $4:000. Get your strychnine at Blak «y's, the old reliable druggist. He knows which is best. A regular passenger train ser­ vice has been installed on the Ken mare-Thief River Falls Soo line. Ole Sundby: "I came in from ?the Ryder country and the crops are just a little bit better than I -ever saw." Toiler citizens are called by .•some (}ueer names, for 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. — 26 July 1906

Minor Topics Good Spring bottom machine oiler 10c. at Roell Hardware Co. Best quality 3 tine hay fork 45c. at Iloell Hdwe. Co., Minot, N. D. Martin Jaoobson is breaking up several farms with two breaking outfits. Clarence Sackman, a nine year •old Grano boy, died July 14th of tetanus. Wilson Walter sold his farm near Gtenburn for $3400 and will go to Washington. SCHOOL SEATS—J. W. Rode, Minot, has a lot of used school •desks for sale dirt cheap. Ladies Tan Oxfords sold at nearly 1-2 off at J. W. Samuel son's shoe store, Minot. J. J. Evans of Lansford has ibeen nominated on the Socialist ticket for Superintendent of Pub­ lic Instruction. FOR SALE—One hundred good work Worses, and two hundred colts one, two And three years old. Inquire of John Ehr, Minot, N. D. 14 iFarmer's Notice—Extra heavy castor machine oil, reg. sold for 50c 35c at Roell Hordware €o., Minot. N. D. The Independent would like a .good live correspondent in every town in the county. Write for terms. ORGAN FOR SALE—Fi...

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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