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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 16 November 1904

A t: ?-r I •?.: I I t. :S# A#. Su K$$' Around the State* The Crows are playing at Ken lnare this \\*»ek. The charg'esj against A. M. rhristianson have been quasher by Judge Paklu 011 a technical ity. The Mohall Xews and the Mo hall Independent are at war Election's all over boys, smokt the pipe of peace. Someone threw a bag of cats, tied, in the street at Des Lacs, hoping that a wngon would fin­ ish the hellish work. The Devils Lake Journal can hardly realize how it all came about anyway—this thing about Roosevelt's being elected. Editor Egan of the Tagus Mir­ ror, could with those unusual talents, have been a renowned North Dakota poet just as well as not. The Forum regrets that Bob Dunn was snowed under in Min­ nesota, but thinks he will have more respect for the newspapers, even if some of them did abuse him unmercifully. John Bolstad of Granville forged the name of his employer, R. 11. Wagnm\ to au order and secured a suit of clothes. He \ras detected in his crooked work and arr...

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. — 16 November 1904

for JOURGEN* OLSON, Mi County WILL ADVERTISE MINOT WELL An Independent reporter had the pleasure of the harvest field, a cabbage patch of several acres near town, com­ fortable farm homes, all these tell the story of the success of the residents of this part of the estate far better than words. The •coal industry of Ward county was not forgotten. The beauti­ ful views of Mouse river, the high railroad bridge west of town, the mill, wholesale house, Lover's Lane, a view of the business por­ tion of the city and scores of other pretty pictures will give our friends in the east an idea of what a really good city and country is. The books will soon be here for sale and the price of them is reasonable Not Familiar With the Law. The Optic has set up another howl about the lobby of the postoffice not being- left open. If the editor of that paper was familiar with the postal laws, he would readily see why the lobby is not' left' open. If the post­ master should leave it open un­ der the pre...

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. — 16 November 1904

Sftwgewiumwiwwmwwwiwwwiewiii The |g£ MARKETS. REPORTED BY EDWARDS. WOOD IT CO. CORRECTED EVERY WEDNESDAY, UCtXTH CASH CRAIN C1-OSK. No. 1 Hard, fel.171^. No. 1 Northern Sl.lo^. No. 2 Northern 31.07' ,. NO. 3 white oats 29:! Rye 741* Barley 361., to 50 Flax cash and to arrive ^L.161., No. 1 Macaroni £1.1)0 No. '1 Macaroni 90 MINNEAPOLIS (.'ASll CLOSK. xo. 1 Hard $l.lti1 no. 1 Northern Sl.Ii1,. no. '2 Northern 81.09 at §1 .10. no. .'5 Northern ^l.U'i11 to .Ui' _.r no. 1 Macaroni !)U no. .'5 yellow new corn old 57. no. 3 corn new 42: old ."(ji... no. 4 corn old aG1^ at otr',, no. 3 white oats 23 3 oats T's Barley .'13 to 4(5 Rye 76'4 at77|4. Flax cash 31.151..: to arrive S1.3")1.. Contractor Haindal from Pa­ lermo was in the city and bought a carload of lumber, which he shipped to Palermo. W ant eh—Twelvecai pen tens at once to work at Moosejaw. Cmi., 40 cents an hour. MUST BE ('AHPENTEKS. Building steain heated. 'an work tit'teen hours a day. Inquire at once at the office of IX A. Din...

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. — 23 November 1904

OLUME 3. Tey NUMBER Fobs and Chatelaini Pins 32. fisit« New Cigar Factory. i^ars »St Thompson, two young from Winnipeg are meeting excellent success in their Jar factory located back of the ,lloff hotel The boys hope on to get better quarters, tho are putting out just as good ods as though they had a .Juilding with plate glass windows ijjpnd a brown stone front. They ^ave simply found it impossible find abetter business location in Minot. The new firm are Jutting out three brands of cigars pnd they use only the best Ha­ vana filler. A representative of le Independent called at the jtory Tuesday and watched le process of making the cigars, le found the boys gentlemen in rerjT sense of the word, and was ld that they intended to re lain here and build up their isiness. They are filling agreat kany orders now and will soon ive to employ more men. They ltend to give the business men od cigars, realizing that this the only way to build up a od business. They have been re less than two mon...

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. — 23 November 1904

THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Publiahad Every The first disastrous effects from the recentepisode of the mad dog-, which bit five children and sever­ al horses, resulted in the death of Jack Shield's horse, which had to be killed. The horse showed sijxns of madness and it was not safe to allow it to live. None of the children have shown signs of madness, but the parents fear that when the warm days come again, the children will be effected O 7 just like the horse was, and that it may yet cause the death of some of them. The dog has been killed, luckily. The 1*. r. the )dd Fellow's hall in this city Saturday night with thirteen charter members. iuite a large crowd of the traveling men were present. The following officers were elected: F. Younsrman, S. C.: George Ramsey, J. 0. Aleck Marshall, 1*. M.: L. A. Emerson, Sec'v and Treas. Win. 1 .eggett,Condactor: John Allen. Page Angus 1). Mc Leod, Sent.: Isaac McGowen, F. J. Melum. Fagene Van Slykeand H. G. Campbell, executive com­ mittee. T...

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. — 23 November 1904

~n The readers of the Twin City papers will remember the story of the terrible crime. Dr. ieb hardt was sitting at work in his dental parlors one night when the murderer entered his apart­ ments and hit hini on the head with a strange hammer. The doctor must have ln his back turned to the murderer. A ter­ rible scuffle ensued in which the dentist was cut in the face and neck about fifteen times. The editor of the New Ulm Review heard the scuffle from his office below and rushed up to the room looked over the transom the door anil saw the murderer lean­ ing over his victim, pulling the knife from the head. Mood was all about the room. The blood soaked down through the plaster of the ceiling and trickled on the floor below. The editor rushed down stairs alid notified some of his friends. A j»luniber named Cavaimugh Men Stole $150. Chief of L'olice Kimball re­ ceived a telegram from Knox, Monday, to be on the lookout for two men who had stolen $150. The men were supposed to be headed f...

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. — 23 November 1904

1 P.S, *, I "*I /J /1 /r .f" /J /f fS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Offlee. Minot, N. D., Nov. !, 1904. Notice is hereby piven that the following aaied Bottler h»s Bled notice of his intention to I nake Anal proof in rapport of his claim and bat Mid proof vill be made before the register Htd.*eeelTerof the C. S. Land Office at Minot. on Dee. 19th, 1904, vis: Robert C. Kvano, H. E. no. 3 a t! 9 J* jr SAINT LETD /j /4 ts t* tr 2 tr 1 /2 1 6 1 I N O SATiSFAC ION Fit==reputation==styIe—A transfusion of excellences—cach the better for the other- -you will find all of them in QUEEN QUALITY SHOES NEW YORK DEPARTMENT STORE MIINOT, NORTH DAKOTA. MIINOT TAbLORIING CO. THE LEADING TAILORS OF MINOT Are now loe:»t«d ia new quarrel's in the basement of th« new postoffice building. Your patronage is solicited. JERRY ZLEV08, Mgr., MINOT, N. B. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo^oooooooooooooooooo 1 C. JACOBSON & CO. 2 General Hardware S Stoves and Ranges MINOT, N. DAK :000000000000000000000000'00...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 November 1904

$ S And Provide You Free of Charge One of These Little HOME 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. MINOT, The new race track is nearly graded. James Mriggs is spending a few days at the Pacific coast. .John Strommen visited his old home at Crookstoa a few days this week. Ceo. W. Burke, the Surrey hustler, is building a fine barn •'12x30 feet. The Miuot Concert Band has arranged to give three concerts in December. Organ for sale or will trade for Milch cow. F. J. Willman, box 595. Minot, N. D. At. E. Severance & Son have been surveying lots in the Charlebois addition to Minot. .The order of Eagles are figur­ ing strongly on putting up a handsome building in the spring. Uaud Miller, who is effected witjh lung trouble, h...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 November 1904

Than any other Co. SMUGGLER'S CASE A SAD ONE! The i-asii iii .1. \Y. Williams, the 1'ortal man. chared with smug whiskey across the line from North to South Portal, is fxtremelv pitiful inasmuch as the man lias a tine wife, wiio is nearly broken-hearted over the arrest of her husband. Williams carried five gallons of whiskey across the line to a hotel. He says he did not know that he had crossed the line, and got the whiskey only after being asked to do so by a young man em­ ployed in the hotel. He litis We wish to call your attention to the fact that Chrustnias is APPROACHING RAPIDLY and that you should arrange for your Christinas photos without delay. With our our large trade, it will be im­ possible to get out photos a week or two before Christmas Make Your Appointments For Sittings at Once. Our ••Souvenirs of Miuot" will be on sale next week. Place your orders at once before the edition is exhausted. A nicer Christmas present to send east cannot be bought. VAN EXIE & MOORE, ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 November 1904

TK Celebrated 'i IRON BREW. ur' lant POR ICES. ONE* OT BOTTLING WORKS CO. ufaoturers and wholesale deal&rs in all kinds of carbonated ed to tn prepared make two specials which we can recommend to anyone wanting something really good: A Non-intoxicant. manufacture Ginger Ale, Lemon Sour, all kinds and flavors of Pop, all kindb nilllUIHVblirC WlUgUI AJOU1VMI UUUI| ait «*T I. lidetB guaranteed to be made from the purest fruit juice. We have mstal lant tha calebrttal [titJiM i^i il Pillar. THE M1N0T BOTTLING WORKS CO. Ornaments The latestdress trimmings. Latest iu hats and at the lowest prices. MISS MARY ELTON. Minot, N. J. T. RUSH, Contractor and Builder. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CLASSES OFAFINE WORK, I furnish estimates on all kinds of work free of charge. Designs furnished. ^ysimp In rear ef Devereaux Bros. & Dorman'slShop-"5®! MINO/ D. U. S. Separator--1904 Model. A Jriumph of Perfection—Right Up to Date Not only the Cleanest Skimming Separator the world has ever seen,...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 November 1904

DYNAMITE PUTS BOY'S EYE OUT Albiu Blooinquist, an ek'ven year-old lad, met with a serious accident Thursday evening while sitting by the cook stove at his father's home. Some lignite coal had been placed in the stove and in a moment there was a terrible explosion. The stove was wrecked and a piece of iron several inches long was driven thru the boy's fingers lodging in his eye. The eye was cut entirely in two. The father brot Albiu to this city Saturday and Sunday Dr. Carr operated upon the eye at the hospital. It is hoped that the signt of the ather one will not be impaired. The injured eye was removed. It is believed that some care­ less miner left a piece of dyna­ mite in the coal and this was the cause of the explosion. Miners cannot be too careful in their work. ________ High Rent in Chicago. The following article was hand­ ed to us by one of our subscrib­ ers with a requsst to publish it. The article is copied from the Chicago American: The Cash Buyers' Union First National Co...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 November 1904

I. ti_ A Full Line Of- w. J. Minor Topics J. W. Rode sells steamship tick ets. L. S. Mallorv, Architect, Mi MOt. N. D. 1 tf Paul McAlton is ill of typhoid fever at the hospital. Four valuable dogs have been poisoned at White Earth. C. J. Ilandall, of Glenburn, was down Monday for a load of lum­ ber. L. A. Fisher bought Howe's ^interest in the White Earth ^Record. Miss Ella Nerland was oper­ ated upon for appendicitis at the hospital recently. Henry Hurd and L. S. Mallorv have returned from Nesson, .where they hunted deer. They secured one victim. FOUND—Twelve miles south­ west of Minot, a ladies' black [cape, fur collar. Owner call here |and claim property. M. »S. Williams has returned |from the Twin Cities where he fmade the stcond shipment of cattle this fall. There are now two daily trains 'on the Mohall branch. The lo 2a,l freight leaves Granville in the lorning and returns at night. C. F. Wheeler, a one time Mi faot preacher, but recently a Wil liston insurance man, has gone 3 ...

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. — 23 November 1904

REGAL UNIVERSAL Notice and Citation, Hearing of Final Account aad Distribution. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA. COUNTY HK WAKIT In Countv Court, before Hon. WIN. Murray. Jud«e. In the matter of the estate of Knut B. Htland. dec-eased. Tellef B. Etlaml. Petitioner, v. Soclri hi. Etland and Eben Ii. Etland. Respondents. I )istribu tion of Estate. The State of North Dakota to the above named respondents: Vou, the said respondents, are hereby notified that the final account of the executor of tho estate of Knut B. Et­ land, late of the postottice of Stanley, in the county of Ward and state of North I iakota, deceased, has been rendered to this Court, therein showing that the es­ tate of said deceased is ready for final •settlement and distribution, and peti­ tioning that Ins account be allowed, the residue of said estate be distributed to the persons thereunto entitled, his ad­ ministration closed and he be discharged: that riday, the 23rd day of Dee,ember, A*. D. I Of M. at 10 o'clock in the fo...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 7 December 1904

CIRCULATION 2,450 SIX JAIL BIRDS TRY TO DO UP GUSBY Gusby the negro murderer, was pounced upon by six other prisoners in the county jail Tuesday evening and had not .Jailer Roller put in his appear­ ance with a big club, the county might have been saved the heavy expense of a murder trial. Work is being don* on the jail, in the way of putting in ventilators, and sev­ eral prisoners were brot clown from up­ stairs and placed in the cell with Gusby. The coon wanted his old bunk and re­ fused to sleep on the third bunk when ordered to do so. by C'has. Sankey, the New York store robber. Sankey, Pom­ peii and Phillips jumped onto Gusby and the others stood ready to assist thorn. Roller neard the noise and The High School Concert. Next Tlnii'sday evening' Dec. 1 rt-h Pounce Upon Negro Murderer and Try to Cheat the Gallows—A Clever Ruse to Escape Was Frustrated by Jailer Roller —Negro Had Close CalL the high school bandandor (ihestra will give a grand concert at -Jacobson's opera house. It...

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. — 7 December 1904

arrested in more. J. P. THE WARS COUNTY INDEPENDENT 1C. F. TRUAX, Publisher try Wednesday. 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Kntered Juno 1H, lsXKJ, us Second-Cluss Mutter, 1'ostoftlce, Minot, N. 1). Act of Congress of March 3. 1H79 WEDNESDAY, DEC KM 151] It 7, 1904. EDITORIAL COMMENT. A few days ago a (Irani) Forks alderman slipped and stum­ bled over a wire netting- and broke his shoulder blade. Alex MeKinzie received two votes in the First Ward. City of Minot. for Judge of the Supreme Court and Senator Hans brough and .hid LaMoure one each. The Bismarck Tribune is devoting an unlimited amount of space to irrigation literature of late and should the people of tile state secure it that paper should be given a chromo for services rendered. Jii'* of the mciuhtrs of the Furgo ])olice department nearlv suffered dealh last week al' because he went to lied and neglect­ ed to properly .-ittend to his hard coal stove. The escaping iu* nearlv suffocated him. Suioot. the Mormon Senator from Utah, will b...

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. — 7 December 1904

*-v 'i w--»ww« The Celebrated IRON BPEW. MINOT, oooo OUR We Are MINOT BOTTILNG WORKS CO. Manufacturers and wholesale dealers in all kinds of carbonated beverages. Wo are prepared to make two specials which wo can recommend to anyone wanting something really good: A Non-intoxicant. We manufacture Ginger Ale, Lemon Sour, all kinds and flavors of Pop, all kinds of Ciders guaranteed to be made from the purest fruit juice. We have installed in ur plant th I IML IDM SEND FOR PRICES. THE MINOT BOTTLING WORKS CO.. U. S. Separator==1904 Model. A Triumph of Perfection—Right Up to Date Not ouly the Cleanest Skimming Separator the world has ever seen, but the HANDIEST AND EASIEST OPERATED 0 Remember The Maine! We are agents for the famous A remoter windmill, deep Well pumps, Gasoline engines, Empire furnaces, Herz Lighting plant, the cheapest and best light in the market. FLAX|STRAW|BURNERS are the Be sure and call and us. DEVEREAUX BROS. & DORMAN'S Tin Shop. One door east of Postoffice. Ph...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 7 December 1904

"I A Message From Heaven. i1" tJu' ,ro,1 an1 in in.'ss Beloved, do li.' \t where tho ixs nil Howe Weep not! That is c.t i: "s wave! Ah would IH:ii f,,r nn- lilil wuldst niv bliss Ihou Oil listThou III l„ there imwi-r! Look upwardr II,iv i- No mortal tongue can tell! No •weariness. No malady. 110 death. this holy atmosphere Mith sorrow tainted breath: '•wed one.' 'Tis but a ii l'"ai th ]0.v1vt\ "I'he rapt'rous jovs tiuu In Paradise ivliu dw.'ll No eye can see. nn sound .-onc ivc 1,0 kiIoC. a One little hour—then in ('..id i.inn United we shall be. Till then, life's it whit Beloved one, farewell' T, & .? a L\ fu,,y this—this—extra­ ordinary meeting compensates in some degree for the pain of thai last very ordinary one," lie said. Mrs. Lanyon stared for a moment. "I hope you're not going to be silly.' she observed. "1 shouldn't have come iu here if 1 had l.hown." But now you are !htc do—jusi I'vMV.' "And 1 was ,~o ft'! k's been a Extraordinary failed it when -.• lion Cird —1 to pas...

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. — 7 December 1904

NO BONUS. JOUUGEN OLSON. Mi Dr. Kagle has returned to '•ago for the winter. L. 1 ISussen has returned to Torali. Minn., for a. visit with his parents. Bill Muniby. of Bul'ord. claims that the side track at Mondak has been taken up. Miss Koehler, the assistant principal, is ill. and Prof. Wolfe is teaching her classes. Mr. Gunderson. who has been ill with typhoid fever at the hos­ pital, went home today. Save your money and attend the high school concert next Thursday evening Dec. 15. Lawyer Havervold has been re­ tained to defend uTom JOURGEN OLSON, NOT, N*. [).: loan of $ Description County.. state Name Address Clancy," who is charged with pigging. Men's shirts made to order, one block south of the high flchool. Mrs. Duncan. 4tp. Don't forget the high school concert Thursday evening Dec. 15 at Jacobson's opera house. LOST—An Elks watch charm. Finder leave at the Leland hotel and receive reward. C. A. Nye. You'll miss it, if you miss the high school concert next Thurs­ day December ...

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. — 7 December 1904

BAND MEETS ROYAL WELCOME. The Minot high school band met with a swell reception at Velva Friday night, and the con­ cert wh icli that orga niza tion g'a vo was certainly remunerative. The band had played once at Velva, when the new school building was dedicated, but then the boys wers. but novices in the art Since then, under the direction of Prof. W. II. Wolfe, the baud has taken a place in the foremost ranks of the musical •rga nidations of the state, and none were in a better position to realiz* this great change, than th« citizens of the hustling little city down tlieSoo. The band was met at the depot by a committee of citizens headed by the Velva band, an excellent organization also. The band and orchestra were taken to the commercial club rooms. Banker Livdahl was at the head of the entertaining committee. Afttr the high school band and orches­ tra had concluded their entertain­ ment, greatly to the delight of a large crowd, a supper was ten­ dered them by the citizens Velva. ...

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. — 7 December 1904

art* FOR HAPPY MARRIED LIFE. Effie Shannon Lays Down Rule* Worth Consideration. Miss Effie Shannon lias supplied thirteen rules for the man who in­ quired how he could be happy, though married, or, in other words, what ho was to do to gain and hold tho love •f his wife. Miss Shannon's expe­ rience with unhappy marriages—on Ihe stage—is wide, and likely she jould formulate twenty six rules quite is well as thirteen, hut she stopped tit the odd number. Here they are: 1. Be considerate of her in small things. Small things make up a wo­ man's life. 2. Remember always that every­ where in the animal kingdom kind and not sex makes difference in hralrt. 3. Need her and let her know it. Women understand best that' it is more blessed to give than to receive. 4. Let her feel before, and partic­ ularly after, marriage, that she more important than your business. You wouldn't care to be supplanted in her thoughts by constant musing over that |3.17 that slipped through her hands yesterday. 5. Be...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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