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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 26 October 1904

I THE WARD €0. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED KVKRV WEDNESDAY. f^UAX A COLCOrtO: 0. $ C. F. TBDAX, PUBLISHER. O. 1). COLCOR1), EDITOR. O. 1) BUTKltKD JUNK 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, rOBT-OFFICK, MINOT, N. D., ACT OF OOtTGRKBS OV MARCH 3, 1879. Republican State Ticket Congress— Thomas F. Marshall. Oukes. A. J. Gronna. Lakotu. I $ J*' 1* :-s. Governor— j' K.-Y. Sarles. Hillsbtoro.i" Lieutenant-Governor— DaTid llartlett. Cooter»town. Supreme Court Judges— X. C. Young, P»r(to. Ed\v*rd Emrerud, Furiro. Secretary of State— Kdwjtrd !•'. Porter. Melville. Auditor— HL I... Holmes. Bathsate. Treasurer— A. Peterson. Cogswell. Superintendent of Schools— W- L. Stockwell, Grafton. Attorney General C- N. Frich. Nakota. Insurance Commissioner— E. C. Cooper, Grand Forlcs. Commissioner Agriculture— \V. c. Gilbraith. Mandan. Siailxoad Commissioner f— G. S. Deism. Lamoure. Jfiric Stafne, Richland. John Christianson. Mowner. VesiderrtUl Electors—H It. S. Russell. Stutsman. Hotter Allen, Walsh. S. S. Richa...

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. — 26 October 1904

f'-y y& H„ v,- •e PROSPRITY OF MINOT. Minot at this time of the year appeal? •"'to be in a very prosperous condition and everyone is happy. The merchants are well pleased with the fall collections, and with the great amount pf business which they are doing. Contractors were never so busy. The slash in the price of lumber has caused dozens of people to build this fall, whereas, had the [trice re­ mained the same, they would have waited until spring or never built at all. Contractors complain that they cannot secure enough men, even at $8.50 and $4 per day. Farmers find Minot an excellent market this fall, better than ever. There has been a mild war on tetween the grain buyers with much benefit to the farmers. The farmers too are happy. They never had so much money in their lives. Common labor de­ mands $2.50 per day and men are hard to get at that price. Winter is coming- on aud the coal dealers are happy. The only one who has cause to feel sad is the poor newspaper mail has to t...

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. — 26 October 1904

1 ,il Si, Catholic Fair is a Great Success. The Catholic Fair which opened at the opera house Monday eve­ ning, is a great success from every point of view. The supper which is always a feature with the Catholic ladies, was attended by several hundred people last evening. Everything good to eat which could be concocted by the Minot ladies was spread on the long tables on the stage. Dozens of young ladies waited on the crowds. Hot coffee and hot meats besides an abundance of cold foods were served. To night a chicken pie supper will be served. Everyone should attend this supper. The contests are growing interesting and already hundreds of dollars have been spent on the favorites. Miss Maud Chainplin and Miss Baldwin are contestants for the handsome cut glass dish present­ ed by Mrs. Phil Roach. •J. A. Erickson and J. J. Coyle are contestants for the Elk charm presented by D. A. Dinnie. Chester Yandenoever and Ned Cavanaugh are contestants for the gold watch presented by Mrs. J. E. Mc...

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. — 26 October 1904

JUDGE All 2Qc Standard Patterns, now -8 :15 Ladies' Felt Shoes, leather sales, all sizes. 78 Ladies' Felt Slippers, leather soles all sizes. 58 Complete Line of Sample Gloves and Mittens. $1.25 Glove or Mitten, now 4.85 •«.. 2.00. Boys* Reefers and Overcoats. Regular price $2.50. reduced to 81 25 3.00, 50 3.50, 1 75 4.00, 2 25 You should see these before the sizes are gone. Men's Overcoats and Ulsters at one-half the regular prices as long as this special lot will last. Underwear. Children's Heavy Flceced Underwear, 15c and up. Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Lined Union Suits 8 60 Pants or Vests 30 Ladies' Extra Heavy Wool Fleeced Pants or Vests 50 Men's Heavy Fleeced Drawers or Shirts 65 Ladies'Outing Flannel Gowns, fancy patterns 57 Ladies' Cinderella Cloth Gowns, fancy patterns... 98 Men's Heavy Outing Gowns, extra length 80 Children's Heavy Outing Gowns, all sizes 50 to 75 Duck Coats. Men's Duck Coats, sizes, 40, 42, 44, while they last. $1.5:0 Coat for.. 8 75 2.00 Coat for... 1 00 2.50 ...

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. — 26 October 1904

VOTE FOR PETER BERTEIESOM IS THE WAY TO REACH THE BOSSES. IHiring- this campaign there has been but very little said about the candidacy of Peter Bertleson for State Senator of this district. His candidacy has grown and spread like wild fire in both Ward and Williams counties, not only among the Scandinavians, who are his countrymen, but among all classes of upright and honest citizens. Mr. ltertleson is not a candidate because he wishes an office or because of any gain, either of a financial nature or other­ wise that might couie to him through it, but because he stands for honest principles and honest politics, tie is not controlled by ny man or click of men, but is a candidate of the people, and has pledged himself to work for the primary election law not only as applyiug to the county offices, but as applying to every office in the gift of the people. He comes before the peo­ ple pledged to fight the unit, so long as the primary law is not in effect. He comes before the people t...

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. — 26 October 1904

The Celebrated 1 I MINOT BOTTLING WORKS CO. IRON BREW. 4 A NeaintoxicMt. SEND FOR wees. Maaufacturers and wholesale dealers in all kinds of carbonated beverages. We are prepared to make two specials which we can recommend to anyone wanting something really good: I Mav Juat Received a Very Pretty Lino of Hair Ornaments, Pins and Combs The latest in dress trimmings. Latest in hats and at the lowest prices. MISS MARY ELTON, Miftot. N. D. U. S. Separator—1904 Model. A Triumph of Perfection—Right Up to Date Not only the Cleanest Skimming Separator the world has ever seen, but the HANDIEST AND EASIEST OPERATED WW THE UNION HOUSE. SAM ARNTZ, Prop. Best rooms in the heart of the city 50c and $1.00 per day. Steam heated. Sample Room in Connection. PHONE NO. 164. MINOT, NOPTH DAKOTA. Just Arrived March lOth AT R. W. JONES' •jt Wood and Coal Yard, j* One Car Hocking Valley Coal. Two Cars Hard Coal—One Nut. One Stove. One High Grade Blacksmith Coal. Three Cars Lig­ nite. Two Cars Dry Jack Pine....

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. — 26 October 1904

TP* TT 2 REDEMPTION NOTICE. To B. S. Ayers. You are hereby notified that the fol­ lowing described lands and premises, to wit: Lots Numbered Three 3) and Four (4i in Block Number Fourteen illi Brooklyn Addition to the City of Minot, Ward county, North Dakota, were here­ tofore and on the Seventh day of De­ cember A. D, 1897. duly .sold "for taxes for the sum of Two Dollars and Four cents. That the time when the re­ demption period will expire for said lands is the Seventh day of December A. D. 1900, and rhat the amount required to redeem said lands, exclusive of the casts to accrue upon this notice is the sum of Four Dollars and Forty cents. All of said lands being situate" in the County of Ward, Stare of North Dak. 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 delivered to the holder of the tax certificate. Dated at Minot North Dakota, this Itith day of October A. D. 1904. |siKA L] LOI IS If you ...

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. — 2 November 1904

CULATION 2,450 VOLUME 3. a Editor Zimmerman had his hearing- before J. F. Cooper Mon­ day and was bound over to the •^strict court under $500 bonds. j. A. Larson, who preferred the" charge of criminal libel against Zimmerman, arrived in the city Sunday and was present at the hearing. Mr. Larson has Ween campaigning in -various parts of the county. ZIMMERMAN WAS BOUND OVER. James Johnson prosecuted the ease for the state and made many strong points. L.^W. Gammons appeared for the defense, and at­ tempted to prove that Mr. Zim­ Crcpvds Clamor for Independent. That the people of Minot and Ward county appreciate the •efforts of the Independent to give them the full truth during the atnpaign, is evidenced by the p^.wds who clamor for the Daily Vadependent every evening. Be­ cause of an unprecedented rush •of other work in theIndependent' office- the daily lias been frequent­ ly late in "going- to press, even with an extra, force of employes working dn and night. Miss D1011, of Chas. A'. ...

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. — 2 November 1904

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED KVKltY WKDXKSDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TBUAX, Gi D. COLCORD, BNTKBKD JUNK 18, 1902, A8 8ECOND-CLA88 MATTER, I'OST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT OP CONGRESS OP MARCH 3, 1879. Wade is Successful. Frank Wade, the upholsterer, who started in business a few weeks in this city, has a fine busi­ ness and has hundreds of dollars worth of work ahead to do. It will be necessary for him to hire a man. Wade is an expert in his line. Me upholsters old furniture using- tlve best of material. Wade was an upholsterer in Boston for several years. He has 400 sam pies of mouldings from which to select and will have a machine here in a few days to be used in making- picture frames. Will Give Prize for Costume. Mr. and Mrs. S. Henry Wolfe will entertain Saturday night at the Minot high school, the teach er of the Minot .school and the pupils of the high school The party will be given in honor of that famous night. Halloween, and great preparationsarebeing made for th...

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. — 2 November 1904

MMHtf .4, '•l.y r' ft: .'.4- TO PURCHASE GROUNDS FOR THE FAIR At tlie meeting ol the stock holders, representing a majority of the stock of the Ward County Fair and Racing Association, held at the commercial club rooms Thursday evening, the following were elected as aboard of directors until the first annual meeting of the stockholders, viz: .Joseph Roach, J. II. Scofield, Martin jacobson, C. H. Parker. C. A. Grow and .1. E. McKoane. The board of directors im­ mediately proceeded to elect of­ ficers until the first annual elec­ tion of officers, as follows: C. H. Parker, president. 0. A. Grow, vice president. L. S. Champine, secretarj'. j. E. McKoane, treasurer. On motion J. E. McKoane was instructed to act as Secretary until such time as the regularly elected Secretary was present and could act. It having been decided to !buy the land offered to the associa­ tion, the President was 1 mo­ Honors Were Even. Maxfloid Parrish, the illustrator, has picturesque bouse in Vermont, and from...

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. — 2 November 1904

1: IVi J. A Crooked Thresher. A man named Selvin, living near Norwich, bought a new Case threshing outfit this year and has had a good run. Last Saturday he "came up missing," find they say he has decamped vith about $2,000. and owing ill his crew besides the payment the machinery. 0LS6ARD ON INCREASED JUK1SDICTION. Thomas K. Olsgard: "Ward county will vote on increased jurisdiction of the county court in the coming election. When the petition was circulated in Minot, I with many citizens sign­ ed it tor the purpose of giving the people the source of all po­ litical power under a republican form of government a chance to vote on the question. Cass, the most populous county in the State of North Da­ kota, has tried increased jurisdiction for a period of over 13 years, and it has proved to be of no value, judge Hanson, of the county court of Cass county, says that during his term of office, now nearly two years, the only cases he has had outside of strictly probate matters is two adop...

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. — 2 November 1904

PRIMARY ELECTION UW. The present campaign in this county teaches us that we have arrived at an age when party government will no longer be tolerated by the people, unless at the same time we have PRIMARY ELECTION LAW. So long as the present system of party conventions exist, so long will people be ruled by one or more unscrupulous bosses. Sometimes they may have a good boss—or so-called "boss"—sometimes a bad one. The time has come when all good and true citizens must look for reform in the sostem, and not reform in the manage­ ment. To cure the system, it is necessary to pass a good Primary Election Law, not .governing every county office in the State. Mr. Bertleson, who is a candidate for State Senator, has pledged himself to work for such a primary election law. If it is passed, this will cure the present evils, in part at least—and every voter should remember him election day and do what he «an towards purifying the system of nominating candidates for »ffice. The Scandinavians, ...

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. — 2 November 1904

Naae of Office. Presidential Electors Judges Supreme Court Members Congress Governor Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State State Auditor State Treasurer Supt. Public Instruction Commissioner of Insurance Attorney General Com'r Agriculture and Labor Commissioners of Railroads.. State Senator 29th Dist Justices of the Peace Constables. Dated at Minot this Twenty-Sixth day of October. 1904. Repiblicaa Party. B. S. Russell Samuel S. Richardson Roger Allin J. F. V. Keibert N. C. Young Edward Engerud T. F. Marshall A. J. Gronna E. Y. Sarles David Bartlett E. F. Porter H. L. Holmes A. Peterson VY. L. Stockwell E. C. Cooper C. N. Frich W. C. Gilbreatli C. S. Deiseni John Christianson Eric Stafne H. H. Steele C. A. Johnson F. I. Lyon F. B. Chapman E. B. Goss A. P. Scofield M. S. Williams Louis A. Larson James W. Briggs John Lynch David li. Pierce E. A. Crokat Wm. Murray I Member House oi Representa­ tives 29th District Judge District Court. Sheriff County Treasurer County Auditor Register o...

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. — 2 November 1904

.L TALKING HATS!!! Jot is a city, arul numbered |g her population is a large »er of ladies who desire to hats as stylish, as up-to yd as individual as can be wjJri in anv city in the land, 'imlesire is laudable but is t&rted by their own unthink acts. If all the hats pur­ sed in Minot were bought in or two exclusive millinery «s, then they could afford to in stocks complete in every icular and give in better fton and lower prices still, when every store in town ijin a more or less incomplete liof hats and you buy, now t, now there, as fancy and 4*ice sway you, no one can af 1 to put in a complete line of finery of a grade such as Mi has a right to expect and JJpt has a half dozen country tn millinery stocks. |artment stores have 110 in millinery excent to Xney from it* 110 idea of .s except to work off their •v .. j^son left overs on an 1111 spcting public: and if they e^ov a trimmer, her only ob iein selling hats is to satisfy iwnployer that she is earning npalary, and the subs...

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. — 2 November 1904

1\ 11. Baukol. a prominent re­ organize!*. who has had his eyes opened by underhanded methods, handed the following' article to the Independent, with special re­ quest to publish it this week. Altho it will make us a little late in getting to press, we consider the article of so much import­ ance that we decided to overlook the lateness of the hour in its ar­ rival, and publish it. This should be read by every voter in the county. Mr. Baukol is a man of unquestioned honesty, and he wrote the article of his own free will. Mr. Baukol is vice-president of the Scandina­ vian league of Ward county: "I wish to take a few exceptions to the Optic's comment on the candidacy of I'eter Bertelson. Mr. Zimmerman, no doubt, is in­ spired by good motives, and wishes to do Bertelson justice. He would not wilfully tell a lie about any man. To begin with, Bertelson is not a Democrat and the Optic does not say so, but is very careful to state that he was placed on the Democratic ticket, in place of a ...

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. — 2 November 1904

UM~ ,iu MIINOT, i?ords Dry Stove Wood. MINOT BOTTLING WORKS CO. IRON BREW. PRICES. Manufacturers and wholesale dealers in all kinds of carbonated beverages. We are prepared to make two specials which we can recommend to anyone wanting something really good: The Celebrated A Non-intoxicant. We manufacture Ginger Ale, Lemon Sour, all kinds and flavors of Pop, all kinds Ci Ciders guaranteed to be made from the purest fruit juice. Wo have installed in ur plant tU3 calebritfi itjraitioatl L'Mlor. R3nd9rs all drinks absolutely pure. SEND FOR THE MINOT BOTTLINfi WORKS CO. I Have Juat Received a Very Pretty Ulne of Hair Ornaments, Pins and Combs The latest iu dress trimmings. Latest in hats and at the lowost prices. MISS MARY ELTON, Minot, N. D. U. S. Separator--1904 Model. A Triumph of Perfection—Right Up to Date Not only the Cleanest Skimming Separator the world has ever seen, but th# HANDIEST AND EASIEST OPERATED SAM ARINTZ, Prop. Best rooms in the heart oi the city 50c and $1.00 per .da...

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. — 2 November 1904

1 '*cl W0S: 1 The REDEMPTION NOTICE. To B. S. Avers. You are hereby notified that the fol­ lowing described lands and premises, to­ w-it: Lots Numbered Three iii) and Four (4i in Block Number Fourteen (14) Brooklyn Addition to the City of Minot, Ward county, North Dakota, were here­ tofore and on the Seventh day of De­ cember A. D, 1897. duly sold for taxes for the sum of Two Dollars and Four cents. That the time when the re­ demption period will expire for said lands is the Seventh day of December A. D. 1900. and that the amount required to redeem said lands, exclusive of the costs to accrue upon this notice, is the sum of Four Dollars and 1* orty cents. All of said lands being situate in the County of Ward, State of North Dak. If you fail to redeem the same within ninety days from the date of this notice, tax deed for the aforesaid land will be issued and delivered to the holder of the tax certificate. Dated at Minot North Dakota, this 12th day of October A. D. 1SK)4. I'SKALJ Loui...

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. — 2 November 1904

(number 18), «ri |iot, W heret cember for the fol v/ Ttot ty Cll lo' wi tei Bi Wi to be th Tl pe se th 11- w.t nut tmi jierioa wnth day of December A. T). that the amount required to Sd land, exclusive of the costs iipon this notice, is the sum of lirs and sevonty-tive cents. All Id being .situated in the coun state of North Dai i! to redeem the semi \s from the date of thfl for the aforesaid lam delivered to the rtificate. Minot, North Dnco October, 1904. Louis A. Larson: Luditor of Ward county, N. InEMPrlON NOTICE. J. McLain hereby nigifttda^iat the fol IcribqifelM Minlemisesi lumUMflftJLhlocIc 81, MjJnon to lot, Ward county, North Da heretofore and on the seventh lember A. D. 1897. duly sold or the sum of one dollar and Tha^U^ time wttfn^ic re periodMHexpire fM^R land snth SyBaf DeceaftpBA. D. that fle Amount Bflftedto id lan® eAlusive olflifl costs np«IL®!»otice, isHelum of irs BiSHBenty-tflw»iw All being situated in the counJ 1. state of North Dakota. 'JOth-day ISeal] Louis A. ...

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. — 2 November 1904

to TmVMrtf*n-! *i|i5 erf* cd O'A-)V'j JU GREENLEAF Iflffl&I-OT Portal, N. I)., Oct. 31, 1904 Editor Independent It has come to my knowledge in the past two days that the "reform'' element of the Republican party oLjUlis. eouttty- arejaaliSngjrSE attempt to induce the Deirid dratic voters of this county to coine to their assistance. All kinds of reports have been circu­ lated among the Democrats in relfctipifto the campaigner* this i3UiUthe$ia&& lo&Afii given to rniderstanothat it was SffTfltMl H'3 workers of the party, that tne jiiifcur UiTnI Mrrtroi h:Di The gambling houses and brothel at Harvey have been closed. nrrrrrmci.^ presmerftf of the Minneapolis Salvage Co., has apartments at the Leland and will commence Saturday to personally conduct a Trustee Sale of the Leland Department Store. Geo. A. Robertson wishes to say thru the Independent that while he cannot get out over the county to see all his friends, he wants them to work for him and will—^ive—them- fche~&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. — 9 November 1904

CIRCULATION 2,450 VOLUME 3. NUMBER 30. In Ward county the Regular Republican tickec was elected by a large majority in nearly every case. Judge Palda was defeated in the Eighth Judicial District, but made a remarkable run. In •Ward county, it is estimated at jthe time of going to press that Goss beat Palda from 1,000 to 1,500 in Ward county. In Botti­ neau county, it is believed that Palda won out by 400 votes. He also won in Williams county. Miss Flora J. Frost, candidate for superintendent of schools, was defeated by the Regular Re­ CORSETS 1 V'-*.' H. fL iROOSEVELT ELECTED BY OVERWHELMING MAJORITY Republican Met Wins in Ward County—6oss is Elected Judge—Election Passes off Quietly. Theodore Roosevelt was elected president of the United States by a majority much larger than McKinley received four years ago. New York and Indiana are declared safe by large majorities and all of the states which were doubtful are for him. Judge Parker has sent his congratu­ lations to Roosevelt. Nort...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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