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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 18 November 1903

"""9WWB pin, I'^gj I1*,,' ,»HJ» "iV' IS NEARLY CRAZED WITH GRIEF Tke MattlMai ltd Storby are S:nU«efdN ia Lsag Terms in tHe Pcalatitlary kai will Make Motl#n for New Trial Martin Mattiwon, who was found guilty of shooting Jourgen Olson, near Uowbells, received his sentence Saturday aftemiKjn at 2 o'clock and will spend three years in the penitent iarv. at, Jiis marck. His father Krirk Alatti son who was with niiu was sent­ enced to one and a half .wars in the penitentiary and Lye Storby the third member of tlio -'ii)g which lay in the eouleo and wait­ ed for Olson to come aJonsr, wan sentenced to one year iu the penitentiary. The prisoners may (vtaken to Bismarck this week '^TNsheriff SeofivM .«*.«iiit anv'f. The Mattiwo'!* .on! Stojv is •a .r 00 -. should ha vo shown ujj iYiJuy| but were delayed. Thf** out on bail having i'lmiij-Utxi .h: necessary homln. The eeiitw.ewi ti- I IMil severe, but, when one stop? to consider wlvit they wm con­ victed of, il,H o"V!!ot" be blamed for impos...

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. — 18 November 1903

21 lbs. Granulated Sugar SI 00 100 lbs. Lidgewood Flour, best in the world, 2 10 5 lbs. Finest Grade Gona Mocha & Java Coffee, 22 10 2 lbs. Extra Fancy Sun Dried Japan Tea, 42 ,84 1 Can Lee & Larsen's Pure Baking Powder .22 5 lbs. Fancy Japan Bice, reg. 10 cts per lb. .35 5 lbs. Fancy Pearl Tapioca, rcg. 10 cts per lbj .35 1 Cartoon Extra Select Soda Cras, reg. 25 cts -.18 5 doz. Clothes Pins .05 28 Bars "Victor Laundry Soap" none better .98 6 Bars Nysa Toilet Soap none better *28 North Dakota Raise* Corn. North Dakota is coming right to the front as a corn growing) state. every Washburn east to (jrand Forks.. The Missouri and Iowa fanners who flocked into the state within the past two years are raising as good corn as they ever did in their old home states, when they have given the crop the same care which they did in the cast. The varieties raised mostly are the vellowdent. siiiokvdent, and white and eilo\v Hint. I.. leig'h. Kninions and Morton counties', nearly every fann...

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. — 18 November 1903

OUC^H A. S. Money to loan on your lermi of payment easy lowest. I can save you Koaae. 23-tf W( Mina Wilcox, aged 14, died near Pratt P. O. in Bottineau county Nov. 7, from •besity. Although but a young girl,she had tbe form of a woman and grew too last. It required a six foot coffin for her .burial. Undertaker McJannet had «h*rge of the funeral. Burial took .place at Saline. Jiifct unloaded a car of furni tire at P. P. Lee's. .JohnVNelson, of the auditor's office, was out building a resi­ dence on his uewly acquired quar­ ter section, this week. The best flour this week $2.25 per hundred at P. P. Lee's. The building formerly occupied by J. Ci Hoff is being remodeled, and when eampleted, McJannet will move his fvrniture store therein. Save money by getting our discount prices before buying your winter supplies P. P. Lee. With this issue we begin the publication of the annual delin­ quent tax list for Ward County. 19 pounds of granulated sugar one week only for $1.00 at P. P. Lee's. M...

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. — 18 November 1903

3 f'Zr 1 f(t -•r. I •v.'?V *3** •T iftwr This Fall Style r-nf good Black, Tan Blue Gra,y novelty Skirtings 7 1-2 Per Cent Discount On our entire stock of Ladies Wrappers Our Regular 95c Flannelette wrappers 79c Fancv Flannelette and Percale $1 goods...83c #1.25 ..$1.(H Best g'oods. worth "$1.50 $1.24 Banner Brand Shirt Waists very one made from best style cloth for fall and winter trade 1903-4. Flanelette waists 85c, 75c 69c Good Woolen Flannel waists in all best shades $1.50 & $1.25 Fancv mecurized vesting in white and figures $4.78, $4.00 $3.78 $2.58, §1.98. Brilliantine in Black and white stripes, figures and plain colors $4.85, $3*25, $8.00, $2.65. Opera Flannel waists, embroidery, delicate shades nil grades reduced to $2.50. Hardware. We can furnish hardware for building at closer prices than you are paying and ask a chance to figure on your hardware bill. See us for guns and revolvers, we have a gcxid line of Kifle Shells, oifr prices are low. We quote vou good copper bott...

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. — 18 November 1903

•tf Iti Whose Name Assessed. Eriof^ Ramstad, w# sw#, sw# nw#— Tohu W. Rodenmacher, sw#. Josepb Linnertz, sw# Saaad Linn, se# Joseph Linnertz, nw#..:. .. Joseph Linnertz, sw# Joseph Linnertz, se# ne# S n# aw#, sw# nw# Anthony Botz, sw# ohm Anderson, yi ne^i, eeJ4 ne^, de54 se!4 1 Erick Fredrickson, se^ nw)4, e)6 »wj, lot 2 7 Lout* Christianson, neM 22 Lewis E. Besteland, s^ ne$4, eVi se« 35 Rebecca J. Smith, 19 Herman Christenson, sw5( se4 Sec. wyi ne!4, sw5 ne4 .32 Loot* Christofferson, sfi nw34, swf4 ne54, nwj se4 33 .Neb O. Engholm, 6wtf swJ4 Sec. S, »V4 seM, seH swJ4. ...... fl Edward Bryans, ne^ seft, lots 4, 6 Chas. W. Van Wagoner, nj4 se'ji, iw?l ««e!4, stM nwM.... .... .... 8 Joseph Ilennes, sw^i se^( Sec. 8, nwtf nei, eJ4 ne.... .... ....17 Joseph Oementish, seU 8WJ4 Sec. 8, eV4 aw^i, swV4 neH 17 Ella G. Thompson, lots 3 and 4, »c4i nn'A 1 Kent Yale, nYi ne'A, se4 nwji, aw4 seli ....13 Thomas Thompson, e)4 twj4, '°'9 1 and 2 30 Ole Kelson, lot 2, sej^ nwJ4, neJ4 s»r^4 lames ...

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. — 18 November 1903

f! 1 SO.J}OR:MflB's Sanitary fleeced Shirts **«. J^wrtrera sold all over for 50c @39c •tfk&m Mens heavy wool fleece shirts and.dtawers worth 65c sale price -48c Men's heavy wool ribbed shirts amT.3rawers, bargain at $1.00 82c 8 0OKen Ladies Union Underwear all siwr.*, 10 "ftpty Baags. -.4&C dozladies extra fine ribbed fleeced vests and punts saleprico each -45c 12"3o* ladies ribbed fleeced vests and patfe* worth 35c salo price 315c 12 doz children's heavy fleeced shirts and pants worth H5c each sale price sizes 16 to 25 25c 12 doz boys underwear sizes 18 to 34 worthJiOc sale price 25 Don't Put off Buying at These Prices Fur Coats To inftroihice our new coat made froti Australian Buffalo .jro. fvill on the first lOcoats give $5.00 off $22 coat price $18 Our $25 buffalo coat $20.00 Film#* Australian Buffalo Satin Lined $33 Coat This Sale $5 off at $28 Blaek Dogskin Coat, Warm and Sensible For This Sale $10 A REMINDER Read the "Bargains Quickeners." We want all to share alike i...

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. — 18 November 1903

& '.*1 ir I• .4. .'• fy.:'V-' -f IV *L... 'tj» Capacity' 200 Barrels Per Day 39? R. W. JONES, Headquarters for all Kinds of Fuel VWV, MINOT •ERCUANT AND CUSTOM MILLERS, INCORPORATED. The Pride of Minot is Ever Popular. Every Sack is Guaranteed to be of.Uniform Quality. We Ex­ change Flour for Your Wheat. Bring Your Feed to This Mill arid Have if Ground. The Following Flours and Cereals & Always on Hand & Pride of Minot, 1st Grade. "C. B." Third Grade. Breakfast Food. Corn Meal. Graham. I have just increased my storage capacity and nave stock Hocking Valley Nut, Lignite and Best Giadt smith Coal. Cord Wood, Oak, Elm, TamracK. Pint Edgings, Stove wood, Oak posts, Stone and Baled nay Office on Ramstad St. North of Grand Forks Merc loua*. 'Pbom* L0§ THE BLAISDELL-BIRD COMPANY salt* •'•E. ^ATTOWtV AT LAW. tiOtoval Law Prfcettoe.' tMfoBqaipww Offl»«w tK No Cure, No Pay. ft.. V* .n ,r roi :p!La* MINjOT. i' ,}xi •y. -u. •.: v'-' .'Jr. ri'-iiM r.'v Mill Runs NIGHT and DAY Lignite...

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. — 18 November 1903

i. *V •5S P- afciwi 1 4 m-,, ., 'fill*! Coatinue4 from page (**, GUul IS HnttrS 12 SURRY TOWN Hiram" ^bie 2 Jacotf ij, Den»a»ore. 4 GW DdlsAOfe & Smith 11 Ida. Ua«e. Loutf Beachlen. Nytius 4 Berg.. W. A: McCutchin.. 6. *7 Ida Gife. L. P^Hibler.. Idit Ga^e WiltoA Ferry—16 17 ..18 5 6 Ida Gage. POWERS' PLAT DONNEYBROOK. Barke.. AuguS^ ohn'f. Power.. W. Caaseday. Johta.J. Power. ikTa^i'Iheiioan 20 21 brook roaw. If BAT OF WHITE EARTH. Nfok Co«M' 9 a R. J. Wilton PORTAL PLAT. fiRa f. Davidson. .15 Afcifee Scofield.. .. 3 4 SCina. Loan & Trust V$ Co 21 Minn. Loan & Trust Co.. .. MaQr Maloney.. sTiT Ness G. P. akee.. H. D. Osborn.. JVw- Andrew M. Reite.. 3 4 L. R. Makee '.5 6 Maor Maloney.. ..15 V4ofor K. Forcier.. 1 R. Makee.. lund.. 2 3.14 .43 .10 367 3 1.05 .14 .10 1.29 3 1.05 .14 .10 1.29 3 1.05 .14 .10 1.29 ..22 1 3 7 3 1.05 .14 .10 1.29 4 .42 .06 .10 .58 4 .42 .06 .10 .5S 4 .42 .06 .10 .58 4 .42 .06 .10 .58 5 .42 .06 .10 .58 5 .42 .06 .10 .oS 5 .42 ,0G .10 .58 5 .42 .06 ...

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. — 18 November 1903

r. 4 .) & ii 11 r&ir.. i:»sy wwm® •£*W.VW e. ,r $• .tWOTMPttt"! A •'i if ?i rm .if. 4ffi-o with K. T. llaga n. Telephone No. 1 fJH/i v% f- y*?C.'' F. '^off'tHe J£«it Realty dJitl In vestment? Co. Mrt Wednesday morning fov Esmond, MIfN. I. & HETHERTON Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry Hot drinks of all Kinds liest Line of Fruit New ('lean Stock of Candies. All kinds of Cigars and Tobaccos. We give away cards to pur­ chaser. When you have spent live dollars in our store, each gent gets an elegant pie and each lady Rochester silver spoons. We sell as cheap as elsewhere. Bmil Kurz, Coal Made arrangements with the Larson Mine. one of the best. in 1 he state, for coal, and in cases 1 cannot net* ears enonu'h 1 will haul with four teams. P. ILDVEDSEN Contractor and Builder ('Inns aiul Sr^i Heat ions Mxde on all Classes of Work. No Estimates to those who intend to build. Hoffman ISlodc. Mrnot N. Dak. Court has adjourned until Dee. 2. A number «wimportant «tses including ...

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. — 18 November 1903

Kii-a :?*•*.• I 4% GRDETAHERN Lumber Sale es Lumber Company, N°JailWay Flyer west depart 2:10 a. m. centra 9^2 Flyer east 7:45 a. m. central Local west 10:45 a. m. central Merchant Tailor Strictly up-to-date styles Prices Reasonable. Get vour clothes made to order and have them tight Clothes pressed & scoured. MINOT N. DAK. J. F. COOPER, Vatcbmaker and Jeweler. Oldest established jeweler ill to\m. Repairing a spe­ cialty. Inspector for the G. NL Ry for five years. MINOT pOR A RELIABLE WATCH CHEAP OR EXPENSIVE —GOTO... .•W RUSTAD.. Low Prices on Fir Flooring, Drop Siding, And Other Stock. Good Values First Class StocK. J. C. Hughes. Manager, Yards at Bulington, N. Dak. HOMES FOR ALL In Hartman & Schwirtz's New Elite Addition to Minot. This property adjoins Ex-Mayor Johnson's palatial home. TITLE Lots on easy payments, For prospectus and particular* call on or write to ELITE LAUNDRY OFFICE, MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA. Local east 11 p. m. central Ifa Local east 11:15 a. m. central ffo...

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. — 25 November 1903

i^ 'uf i, l'i &&•' t/ VOL.UMB 4. NUMBER 3a. ANOTHER ELECTION :vfe IS NECESSARY. Daceabccr 19 bat b«M set tor Mother dec* tiM tor the Mtaal aclwol district to de­ tente the Utalai of UMii la acw Baada. .jjf -'v(-,' .v^ .... The school board of the Minot nchool district held a meeting Saturday night and decided to hold another election to deter mine whether the district should take up the old bonds and issue' new pnes or not. The election I which was held some months a on account of a slight tech­ nicality, was void and the school officers deeii^wS it best to make the election legal. The old noti­ ces published before the election did not specify how much of. the proceeds of the new bonds should be used for taking tip the old bonds, or pay the floating in­ debtedness or how much should be used in building the new school house. The state on ac­ count of that refused to take up the new bonds, but wlien these points are complied with, there will be no trouble on the score. The ne...

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. — 25 November 1903

a 7 f. I I I'^t (Ladies Heavy Weight Fleece Lined I I 1 Fancy Extra Fine all Wool 1 tV.^'.. v,-. vy good Black, Tan BlueGray novelty Skirtings Underwear. Ladies Combination Suits I Childrens Extra Heavy Fleece Lined, size 18, Childrens Strictly all Wool, size 16, I Mens Heavy Cotton Fleece Mens Heavy Cotton Fleece Mens Standard Wool Fleece lens all Wool Mens Fancy all Wool Lot 117 strictly new and up to date. We have marked these goods for strictly cash trade, but for the present, we will give 25 per cent discount .from these prices. Pull weight all Wool Cheviot our regular price §9.35 in this sale $7.30 Our regular price S10.00 in this sale S7.50 Fancv Mixed Pebel Cheviot regular price ?13,00 in this sale 89.75 Fancy Cheviot S16.00 in this sale §12.00 Cenuine Aubon Melton cheap at $15.00 in this sale §11.25 ill Wool Black Clay Worsted Cloth Padded equal to any $17.00 our regular price 815.00 now $11.25 Black all Wool Clay Worsted regular price 812.35 while they last $9.25 Queen Qua...

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. — 25 November 1903

.f*A 1 fei V, i.r^^.t^.*^^'Vi^V^*V«'^U'Vi''''*Hv*fc VOLUME a. NUMBER 3a. In Whose Name Assessed. Mary A. Calvin, se^..,. Clara L. Hagan, c& W* Sec. 12, Tk lots 3 and 4. Elizabeth Van Wagoner, portion I seK sw# 19 4 Fred L. Johnson, sw& 26 Pauline Overdorph Co., e'A sw}4. sV4 nw^ 27 John Bergkvam, se!4 sw!4, sw!4 se&, nJ4 se#— .....28 George r. Gates, nyl ne'A, swJ4 ncf4 Sec. 31, sw 4 se'4 30 Bernard Schmitz, sx\- 4 mv'A 9 William Allen, w'A swJ4 Sec. 20, e^i sej^.. .... 19 Michael Muir, seJ4 swj4, s\v}4se!4-.23 and rte^i nw^, nw54 neJ4.-.26 D. J. "Lloyd, nyi se'A, se% se'A Sec. 31,_sw!4 sw4 ....32 D. J. Lioyd, seji s\v!4, n'A sw!4, nwj^ se!4 32 s'/j Winslow Slasky, s'A nw'A, swM Erick Ramstad. w/s sw'A, ne'A sw}4, sw!4 nwJ4 11 Nels Selfors, se'/t ne'A, ne'A se!4-.14 and nw'/i sw'A, sw^ nwf4..13 John W. Kodenmacher, sw|4 26 Joseph Linnertz, sw}4 27 Samuel Linn, se!4 32 Joseph (Linnertz, nw'A 34 Joseph Linnertz, swJ4 _• 34 Joseph Linnertz, se!4 ne'A Sec. 33, n'A nvr'A, s»'...

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. — 25 November 1903

#W:f- ,| JT,i'Jf* "VM '^py#.,. r&- N0V. 1888. lf fe- v. tSP"V: &?- I- Underwear *20 Doz Men's Sanitary ttoered Shirts anil Drawers Mild all over forf0c 39c 2.") do/. Mens heavy wool fleece shirts and drawers worth 65c sale priee 48c 2U doz Men's heavy wool ribbed shirts and drawers, bargain at £1.00 (u 82c S Dozen Ladies Union Underwear all sizes 4flc 10 doz ladies extra fine ribbed fleeced vests and pants sale price each -4Sc 12 doz ladies ribbed fleeced vests and pants worth .'vie sale price 3Sc 12 doz children's heavy fleeced shirts and pants worth 35c each sale price sizes 1G to 25 25c M/.es 18 to 34 12 doz boys underwear worth 50c sale price.. 25 Don't Rut off Buying at These Prices Fur Cots To introduce our new coat made from Australian Buffalo we will on tho first lOcoats give $5.00 off $22 coat price $18 Our $25 buffalo coat $20.00 Finest. Australian Buffalo Satin Lined $33 Coat This Sale $5 off at $28 Black Dogskin (.'oat, Warm and Sensible For This Sale $10 A REMIN...

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. — 25 November 1903

OUG^H I .Tu.. 1 it Will Yield to Blakey's MINOR TOPICS A. S. BLAKEY, DRUGGIST to lou on your farm, I have it— tenifc. payment easy—Rates low as the lowest. I cao save you money.—J. E. Mc* Koaae. 23-tf The board of county commis­ sioners will meet Dec. 6. Fire Insiraace protects agaust loss. I have six or sevea of the hest companies. Let me write a policy for yoa.—J. E. McKoane. 23-tf The happiest couple in the world should be a deaf husband and a blind wife, both taking Rocky Mountain Tea. keeps peace in the family. 35 cents.— S.Blakey. Young Frank who was taken out of town by his brother, escaped form him at Sawyer and turned up in the city to­ day. is brothers are here and say they will take the lad home. He is un­ doubtedly crazy. A short time ago he took a notion to sleep in the barn. The sheep bleated and disturbed his sleep. He got up and cut the throats of six of then. The brick work on the new Minot school building was com­ pleted Monday. Mrs. Clark, of Fairmount, Minn, visi...

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. — 25 November 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT rOBUIHKQ MMT VKTUmOAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. A r. TRUAX. «. O. COLCOBD. WTERKO JURB fmiunn. Eoitok. 18, 1902, AS 8KCONDCI.ASS MATTBR, POST-OPFICK, MIXOT, N. D., ACT «r CONGRESS OP MAKCH 3, 1879. The Official Paper for the City of Mi­ not, and th? Tax List for Ward County. AN IMPORTANT WITNESS. Mrs. d. A. Bissdl will leave this evening for (5 rami Forks where she will be a, witness at the trial of John Keenan, the livery­ man, tried for Killing his partner in business, Win. Murtali recent­ ly. Mrs. Bisse 1 is the only wit­ ness tor the state. She and her daughter saw Keenan enter liis partner's house and a few min­ utes later his dead body was found, with a bullet hole in the bacK of the head. Keenan had induced Murtah to invest heavi­ ly in the livery business and seemed to wish to beat him out of it. JET THIS ALMANAC LOCAL PRODUCTION, A COPY OK WHICH YOU MUST KOT FAIL TO SKCURK. Oar popular druggist, Paul U. McCoy has handed us a copy of an unusually fine al...

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. — 25 November 1903

Coal Office with K. T. Hagan, Telephone No. 16( THE 2 LEADINQ GILROY & HETHERTON Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry Wholesale and Retail dealers in FRESH AND SALT MEATS Fish, Game and Oysters in season THE BATH ROOMS ARE THE FINEST IN THE CITY TRY THE FAMOUS SPRAY BATH Only lirst-class artists employed here. No waiting. Pace Massage specialty. Headquarters for barber supplies Cigars and Tobaccos Mrs* L. Muhs, Propr Minot, IN. EUGENE TEUTSCH ARCHITECT Contractor aid Builder Estimates on all classes of buildings furnished FREE OF CHARGE M1INOT, IS. DAK Emil Kurz, The Confectioner Hot drinks of all Kinds Best Line of Fruit New Clean Stock of Candies. All kinds of Cigars and Tobac cos. We give away cards to pur­ chaser. When you have spent five dollars in our store, each gent gets an elegant pie and each lady (i Rochester silver spoons. We sell as cheap as elsewhere. Emil Kurz, P. ILDVEDSEN Contractor and Builder & Plans and Specifications Made on all Classes of Work. No ...

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. — 25 November 1903

tic 1-1 sip "t r-/,4 m- iR mm ll A*1 $•} •"4: SALE IT'S iSiiil THAT5 ALLYOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT A SUIT n^T At 12' oC a New SHOES ~:wmm vt Now is The Time to Save Money at Our Special Clearing And So It COM up and Down th« Long Lin* of Pricas Men's and Boys Gloves and Mittens The knife has been thrust deep and prices cut to pieces at the DEPARTMENT STORE. We are surely in the banana belt. Heavy winter goods are not moving* as they should have moved at our prices—— We will give all our heavy goods «i Stimulant with a Clearing Sale. We Mean Business. It'isn't one of the make believe affairs, which are so common liow-a-days—The bargains are genuine—the cut prices bona fide and the goods are exactly as represented. We have the reputation of doing as we advertise and the sale which we are now conducting is an object lesson in the kind of retailing* which has made our store popular with the people of this city and Vicinity. \ve want eServ one of our customers to get their share of the good ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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