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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 September 1904

5 The orlCE OF LEASE OF SCHOOL LANDS FOR COAL MINING PURPOSES. The following described school lands bearing lignite coal situated in the county of Ward and state of North Dakota, will lie offered for lease at public auction to the highest bidder, for coal ruining purposes, nt the court house in the city of Minot in said county, commencing at one o'clock ,J. m.. on Friday the 18th dry of Novem­ ber A. D. 1«W. No bid will be entertained for less than ten cents per ton of 2240 ixmnds. for each ton of coal mined during the continuance of any ase. The lessee will be required to pay at the time cf such leading and each year thereafter in ad­ vance. an amount equal to ten dollars for each and every forty acre tract or fraction thereof, and at the expiration of each y*ar said lessee will receive credit for such amount as may have been paid in advance, on the amount due under the terms of such lease on tonnage. The lessee will also be required to furnish at such time or times as the Board 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. — 5 October 1904

2,490 v"\ My which are back, and paying for the publication of theredemption notices. Usually the lots can be secured for about $20 and rnan.y of those lots are worth $100. We understand that P. I\ Lee has taken up some'Of those lots also. Lion Brand and Stetson hats at Boyer & Lindberg's. A new line just received. tf. •mumrn*&mXm-......... GEtiOC A. MoOEC. Carulttfat* far StitM Att*rn«y «n ttitltoputeHcan Ticfcat. George A McGee. r^andidiite for States Attorney, .wns born' and grew to manhpod in the sta.te of Illinois, lie was'raised on a farm and was educated'in the common schools of the state, graduating with honor from the high school at Am boy. lie early decided to adopt the law as his'lifr* work and alter his {iraduation from the high school entered t.h*» otli'-e of C. H. Woost^r.-'States' Attorney of I^ee county, 111., and for thre»j years worked under the direction of that eminent lawyer as student and assistant. Ambitious to more thoroughly fit himself for his profe...

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 October 1904

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED BVEBY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX,. PUBLISHER. O. D. COLCORD, EDITOK. UNTKRKD JUNE 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. I")., ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Congress— Thomas F. Marshall. Oakes. A. J. llronnu, LuUulu. tiovemor- K. Y. fsarles, Ilillsboro. Iiieutenum-iiovernor David Banlett. Coopi'isttnvn. Supreme Court Judges— X. Vountr, Farirn. Kdward L'lniierud. l-'arw. Secretary of State— Kdward F. I'orter. Melville. Auditor— 11. I.. Holmes. Bathiiute. Treasurer A. Peterson. Cogswell. Superintendent of Schools— XV. I.. Stockwel!, llrufton. Attorney General ('. X. t'rieh. Xakota. Insuranee Commissioner— K, C. Cooper. C.rand Forks. Commissioner Aifrieultur3— W. C. (iilhraill], Mandan. Railroad Commissioner! S. Deism. Lamoure. Kiie Stal'ne. Kiehland. John Ctiristianson. Jlmvner. Presidential Kleetors 13. S. Uussell. Stutsman. Hojrer Allen Walsh. S. S. liiehardson. Ward. F. A. Sehraiber. ...

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 October 1904

jUim •m MINOR TOPICS $ Get your shoes at Samuelson's, The Minot stores now hold open late. E. 0. Keene will start a new paper at Sherwood, having bought a fine plant. Peter Vand®noever today bought the Bunn quarter 11 miles north of town for $2000. E. It. MacPhee carrits the lar­ gest line of woolen goods in North Portal. t2. Biggest line of cold weather clothing at E. R. MacPhee's store, North Portal. t2. Large line of heavy woolen underwear at the big store, E. R. MacPhee, North Portal. t2. John McConnell received a tele­ gram telling of the death of his aged father at Harrsiston, Ont., Michael Muir is growing a little better at the hospital and will soon be operated upon for appendicitus. Earl Waldref has accepted a position as timekeeper for H. A. Hurd who is working forty car­ penters. Peter Ehr is building a busi­ ness house just east of White's livery barn. Hurd and Mallory are aoing the work. J. A. Burns a sport from the coast is here and wants to fight, wrestle or run a foo...

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 October 1904

Ptw0WS^fi«jg| mw$m £#. jk-v.v'- W- -:^m -te±r-y-:^:'-r?. 1 Little While. r,vt:r.» COPYRIGHT. 1904 B.Kuppenheimer4Co MI NOT, GREAT NORTHERN DEPOT WAS BURNED Night Ticket Seller Hackney Nearly Loses his Life While Trying to put out the Fire—We May get a new Depot in a The Great Northern depot caught fire shortly before 2 o'­ clock Sunday morning and burned nearly to the ground. The idea that this much talked of building- could never be put! out of business has been dispelled from the minds of our citizens and there is a ray of hope, that we will get a yew and modern depot—in the course of ten years. Night ticket agent Hackney lighted half a dozen lamps when he went to work Saturday night anil noticed that one lamp leaked oil considerably. The railroad company's motto however was to cut down expenses and of course the lamp had to be used. Shortly after 2 o'clock he went into the operating room and in about fifteen minutes smelled smoke. He rushed back to his department and burst open t...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 October 1904

PLEASE Call 132 and let mc end you a 25c bottle of the great­ est family liniment ever compounded* The name is Par­ isian Family Lini­ ment and it's the best money can buy McCOY, The Druggist UELAND MOTEL. Minot, North Dakota. MINNEAPOLIS Edwards-OMAHA Wood MAIN OFFICE Fifth and Robert Sts., T. PAUL. MINN. Co. (INCORPORATED DEALERS IN Stocks, Grain, Provisions Jiou:rt)t and sold for cash or carried on reasonable m.ir .'ins, upon which there will be a charge rain, li nastocki Vv riie for mir market letter. ci OSFILFTLSSIAH MERCHANTS IN CAR LOTS Your Grain To Us VC:TT,ITIKS. PROMPT RETURNS. LIUHHAL ADVANCKS. WINNIPEG BRANCH OFFICE, Opera House Block, MINOT, N. D. 'Phone I 116. Closing out of Ready-mado CIct 1 AT COST $ At the Big Stors at Surrey $ A complete line of pood shoes at a bit discount, a'so hats. cups and ivl kiuiis of dry ods. These "ids are all staple but will bo sold. Coi'o in mid inspect Uiam. then you will know bet ter tbe bargains oiler. We will net he oodersold ill fc...

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 October 1904

..V $piJ ,T ". '-.* ',!..' .' •'.. Eighnow IS POUNDS OF THE Bl ST GRANULATED SUGAR FOR ONE DOLLAR wftli *Ypry purchase of $5.00 or orer throughout thi* entire big store. •v \v-.%' WE We Talked Groceries a, o-reat deal last week and. by the way, tile boys were jumping to and fro in the Grocery' department, and by the people standing in line trying to get waited on, it is a certainty something was being done, that had not been done before in this city. It was plain to see their pocket-books were out. and they were counting out the Cash. It only took a few dollars to take home stacks of Flour, pounds of Tea. bundles Gt Sugar, packages of Coffee, all kinds of Dried Fruit, Beans, in fact, everything iu the Grocery line, and they were partiug with their Cash and parting with it freely, because they were getting great returns. Tin Skirt and Shirt Wajst Sale is taking on great proportions. The peo- le have the opportunity of buying grade goods in Ladies' furnishings at prices never before s...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 October 1904

1 MINOT, And Provide You Free of Charge One of These Little HOME SAFES. 25c A DAY Saved Will Amount to $509.55 You Have the Safe WE PLEASE the doctor and his pa­ tient by our painstaking preparation of prescrip­ tions. A slight mistake by "the Drugstore man" in such matters may have disastrous conse­ quences. We seek to pro­ tect your health by mind­ ing our own business. Drugs, Chemicals, Etc., of guaranteed purity and strength, at attractive prices. Wise housewives keep 011 hand at this season of the year a bottle of our CHOLERA REMEDY, the famous specific for bowel troubles. A. S. BLAKEY, Old Reliable Druggist, MINOR TOPICS German canaries and parrots for sale at A. S. Blakey's. For Rent—A house in city. C. A/Stiles. G. O. Frank went to St Paul Saturday night with three car loads of cattle. For first class millinery, go to the New York store. Joe Heiner's wheat at Fox holm average 20 bushels. Ladies if you want anew hat, go to the New York store. Jacob Rosholt, of the Sawyer bank...

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 October 1904

ivs 4 I If 1^ i! i'-i Ii II HAVE SOME If flj S? 1 *jt Ig. i| I! fi TO INSURERS. I represent a dozen reliable companies and am prepared to write any Insurable risk in Life, Firet Accident, Tornado, Plate Glass, or Health Insurance* See me if you need anything in the Insur­ ance line. Probably I can save you some money. I will give you the most liberal policy and careful and prompt attention. J. M. McCONNELL, Phone 75. Office at the Wholesale House* AUSLANDER'S BAKERY Has been moved to the new building' first door south Dacotali hotel on Main street. You Can Step in and Order Telephone No, 219. BREAD—-Wh'te, G. abam anl Rye. HARNESSES, WAGONS, Minot, Pies, Cakes, Lady Fingers, Macaronies, Coifes Cakes, Cinnamon Rolls, etc., And liavc them delivered at your door if yon live in town. HENRY AUSLANDER, Prop. Two Carloads of Second Hand Fimmure Just Received at the SECOND HAND STORE All kinJ#ol' cook stoves, bed room suites., folding- beds, tables of various kinds, cupboards, wash stands, ...

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. — 5 October 1904

O. I I- o» l« ft LADIES'SHOES. Made by Pingree Co. Of Detroit, Mich. Have You Tried Them IF NOT, DO SO. Ask to see them the next time you are in our store* PRICES $300 and $3.50. 20 Styles-Widths 8, G, D, E and EE. vwiU* 'AUiQPENIN T^ggr smn a NOTICE-$2.00 MINOT u'i itmmmgmkammtmmim •. urs^W^ Opened Up Our FALL MID WINTER STOCK OflMen's up-to-date Suits, Overcoats, Sheep-lined Corduroy Suits, all lengths and styles, Men's Sweaters, Boy's Sweaters, Men's Caps, Boy's Caps, Gloves and Mittens, Woolen Socks, the kind that will keep out the frost* We have them, and lots of them, at prices that will surprise you, and the best way to prove to you that we'mean what we advertise is to have you come and examine our goods and see for yourself• We do not claim to be the largest store in Minot, but we do claim that we give better values for your mooey than you will receive at any other store* Let us prove it to you* Give us a triaL MENS' SHOES. New Fall and Winter Shoes. Made by the best shoemak...

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. — 5 October 1904

Vw •'/. FALL •••f MINOT, Opening of the Campaign. The Republican campaign in Ward county will be opened by a grand rally at the opera house at Minot next Monday evening Oct. 10, at 8:30 p.m. Thespeak ers will be Hon. L. B. Hanna. of Fargo, and Hon. K. 1'. Sinkler, two of the strongest speakers ever heard in this state. Mr. Hanna is chairman of the lie publican State Central Com­ mittee, and as such head manager of the campaign in this state. Heispresident of theFirstNation al Bank of Fargo, and is the Re­ publican nominee for senator to the next legislature. He is a cousin to the late Senator Hanna He is one of the most prominent figures in state politics, and this county is very fortunate in hav­ ing him here to open the cam­ paign. Mr. Sinkler is well known as a brilliant public speaker, and draws crowds wherever he goes. It is expected that there will be a large attendance from the sur­ rounding country and the near towns on the Great Northern and the Soo at this meeting. The cam...

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. — 5 October 1904

The Celebrated SEND FOR PRICES, I .. WORKS CO. IRON BREW. Manufacturers and,wholesale dealers in a'l kinds of carbonated beverages. We are prepared to make two spjcialn wb'jh wo can recommend to anyone wanting sonieth'n# really good: A Non-intovicani. We manufacture Ginger Ale, L^cr-jn Sour, all kinds and flavors Pop, all kinds of Ciders guaranlead to bo made from the purest fruit juice. We bavo installed in ur plant t'u uib it 11 I. s.i u:oiil L^iUei-. RwJorx a 11 drinks absolutely pure. THE MINOT BOTTLING WORKS CO.. IHave Ju^t Received a Very P»»*etty Linc ot Hair Ornaments, Pins and Combs Tho latest ii) dress trimmings. Latest in hats mid at tho lowest prices. MISS MARY ELTON, Mine'., N. Contractor and Builder. MEN WANTED. MINOT, 10m: I WAGES: $2.00 per day. Low rate of transportation. I ship the latter part of each week. For further particulars apply to Employment agent and ticket broker Next door to Tompkins' restaurant, PEACH MELLOW, The Finest Drink Out. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIV...

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. — 5 October 1904

The NOTICE WHEN TIME FOR REDEMPTION WILL EXPIRE. To RUTH A. POTTS: You are hereby notified that the following described land and premises, to-wit: Lot numbered seventeen 1.17] in block numbered nine [91. Brooklyn addition to the city of Minot. Ward county. North Dakota, were heretofore and on the seventh day of December A. D. 1897. duly sold for taxes for the sum of one dollar ana two cents. That the time when the re­ demption period will expire for said land is the seventh day of December A. D. 1900. and that the amount required to redeem said land, exclusive of the costs to accrue upon this no­ tice, is the sum of two dollars and twenty cents. Ail of said land being situated in the county of Ward, state of North Dakota. If you fail to redeem the same within ninety days from the date of this notice, a tax deed for the aforesaid land will be issued and de­ livered to the holder of the tax certificate. Dated at Minot, North Dakota, this 7th day of September A. o. 1904. ISEALI Lonis A...

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 October 1904

CIRCULATION 2,450 VOLUME 3. NUMBER 26. 1 FRANKENFIELD, ••The Ghosts." What the Methodists Have Done Tlie following is a synopsis replace the one burned at neau. The steepest plmV. of the report read this mornin^i- ly Presiding' Elder Moore are the M. E. conference Park River: Death entered out* parsonage home, Miss Sarah Buck waiter of Donnybrook died. A lor church will be built in the vicin­ ity of Buford. I lfour will have a new church. A fine church will Botti­ parsonnji'e there has :«»enrebuilt. TheBowliellschnrch will cost $2,000. At ('ando a ^GjOOO concrete cimivh will be built. A .$2,000 church is build ing at Howden. The Grace Memorial church wos put up at Overholt at a cost of &1,000. A $3,000 church is being- built at Granville. At, McKinney the church was dunmued by water .six feet on the floor. While furni­ ture was washed away, the old bible was cau«iht iu the window and preserved. The foundation for a church has been built at Jlay. Aji unpretentious chapel has been...

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 October 1904

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUULISHKD KVHIY WBDNBSDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TBUAX, Publish**. «*. D. COLCORD, Xditob. ENTKRKD JUNK 18, 1902, A8 SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OFFICS, MINOT, N. D., ACT OP COWGRK88 OP MARCH 3, 1879. Republican State Ticket Congress— Thomas F. Marshall. OnUes, A. J. Gronnu, Lakotu. Governor— K. Y. Sarles. Hillsboro. LieuUnunt-G«Ternor— David Bartlett, Cooperstown. Supreme Court Judges— N. O. Younr, Farco. Kdward Enferud. Frtrsro. Secretary ®f State— Xdward F. Porter, Melville. Auditor— H. L. Holmas, Bathtfiite. Treasurer— A. Peterson, Couswell. Superintendent of Schools— W. L. Stockwell. Grafton. Attorney General— C. N. Frich. Nakota. Insurance Commissioner— E, C. Coeper, Grand Ferks. Commissioner Agriculture— W. C. GUbr-iith. Mandan. Railroad Commissionerf— C. S. Deism. Ltiunoure. Erie Stafne, Richland. Jeh» Christiansen. Mowner. Presidential Electors— B. S. Russell, Stutsman. Fojrer Allen. Walsh. S. S. Kichardson. Ward. F. A. Schraiber. Mercer. LEGISLA...

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 October 1904

•. -i J- 8 C? And Provide You Free of Charge One of These Little HOME SAFESl 25c A DAY Saved Will Amount to $509.55 WE PLEASE the doctor and his pa­ tient by our painstaking preparation of prescrip­ tions. A slight mistake by "the Drugstore man" in such matters may have disastrous conse­ quences. We seek to pro­ tect your health by mind­ ing our own business. Yours truly, WM. ALLEN, Surrey, N. B. September 20th, 1904. On and after that date coal and wood will be spot cash. Cash must accompany the order or paid when goods are delivered. No oredit. All old account* must bo settled at once. R. W. Jones, Minot, N. D. THE GREAT MADDEN. World-famed Eye Authority and In- TaR tor of EZY-ETE-SPEX, will to at Lclaid Hotel, Minot, Oct. 14 aad 15. This will save you an expensive Baste™ journey. Are you soon to.be married? Then order your wedding suit from the fashionable tailor-—E. H. Myren Lidstrom's old stand. If you want your old hat trim aied and made as good as new, go to the New York stor...

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 October 1904

It looks as The Prescription Pharmacy. We make a specialty of prescription work and are equipped to give ideal serv­ ice. Prices always reasonable and alike to all. We deliver. McCoy & Company, Leland Hotel, Minot, CONSISTENCY OF THE OPTIC. The Optic in its issue right after the Republican Judicial Con­ vention held in Minot, stated in alone article, that .Judge Paida would have received the nomination at the hands of the Republican convention, had he agreed to and broken away from Murphy. This was the great crime charged to Pah I a at tha* time In its issues of October th and 10th however, they had made up their minds that he was not guilty of this charge of failure to break loose from what they termed the "'old machine" or Major Murphy, but that, he offered to break loose from the machine, be­ sides agreeing and offering to do any other thing in order to get the nomination. though the Optic was a little inconsistent either hey have changed their story or forgotten what they ha...

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 October 1904

&"A mrnsmm S MINOR TOPICS David Lloyd is building a six­ teen horse barn at his big mine. The fees for the Register of Deeds for Sept. were #891. L. S. Mallory, architect, Minot i\. 1. tf. Ladies if you want a new hat, to the New York store. Miss Daly visited schools near 'Oarpio and Flaxton last week. John Hoellinger is building a laundry room at the Windsor hotel. itev. J. W. Clear, of Surrey, has gone to Gage county, Neb., to hold a series of meetings. C. A. Grow transacted business at Cando last week. Mr. Grow was formerly in business there. T. Morten son purchased W. I). Wilson's farm of 80 acres south­ west of town for $600. Who is Peter Ehr and what in the world is he trying to do with that dry goods stock? Henry Ilanser has recovered :from his broken leg enough to be up on crutches. Jourgen Olson purchased 320 •acres of land from Henry Hanser .and father near Markillie. If you would be correctly 'dresaed, buy your hats, clothing •and shoes at Bojer&Lindberg's. 1']. R...

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 October 1904

,!f 11 it 3?j I- T7"5 •n «R ro £$ are 6#».?2 & twi.' ». ... LOOK! READ!! A '•snap" counter of Mens' Odd Pants, for this week only, (ioods 011 this table to be sold at from 10 to 20 per cent of their value. Come Quick! Table Linens and Napkins in the last three weeks than we ever sold in aye IT before in our lives, and we sold them at but little more than the cost of oil cloth elsewhere. We have all kinds. We have the white, the brown, the red check and the blue check, the red stripe and the blue stripe in fact, we have any and all colors you want, and in most every case, we can give you Napkins to match. If you haven't been here and loaded up with Towels and Crash it is a certainty 3*011 want to come and look the situation over, as you never had an opportunity to pick up Toweling and Crash at the prices we are making-on it, during this Sale. All the Gloves, Hosiery and] Underwear going out like chain lightning. SEE­ ING IS BELIEVING,—The world loves a man for what he does, and n...

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 October 1904

MINOR TOPICS 1 Berthold gets the next tench era' association Dec. 3. The Lone Tree postofflce was robbed last week of $17. A farmer south of Devils Lake has an artesian well 1,100 feet deep. Pete McAneny, Chief of Police at Ross, took in the Eagles last Sunday night. W. J. Doyle, a Devils Lake far iper had 800 acres of wheat which averaged 1.7% bu. Miss Howlett of Berthold is in Fargo where she was operated upon for appendicitus. A man with a wooden leg who could not pay his hotel bill at Rugby left the leg for security. A Devils Lake man bought a bushel of potatoes and couuted them. H(% had just 31 potatoes. Geo. Treat in an accident the other day broke one of his legs and was badly injured other­ wise. A Minnesota expert says rusted «traw does not damage stock. He recommends its Ming fed sparingly however. Mrs. Olson who lives south­ west of Berthold, lost her barn and hay by fire, while burning a fire break around her home. Bruce G. Warren, who drew the first claim at Devils Lake...

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