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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 7 December 1904

The Daily Grind. Vly son, when you .a) of the worlc vou do, there's sun:ct'.to keep In rnMirt NO iribttch h*W little It i!. isi.s \\u, don't call It "thi- dftlly ftiir.d." Jon't tell of the tarftiJ? that you dlullke. nor gi umblc at sorry tinc~ There never was woik sit 10 ol»f hands that we had a right to hate ?n.f. "'"I work It Isn't the hire ncff t(tiling from sun to sun hat counts, in the eyes of tl -ni who see—It'. "hoW I* the lulor ili.tR-?" (U soon as you *tv li a dally grind. that moment you Imto yniir woik, I hnt moment the Imp oj' indoluKv shows you how you \v, il niuv shirk: 'hat moment you lone all your good Vn• tent that moment you ought to quit, for the woik that you do is fiknd to you while you aie a t'rii-nil to It. \na once ynu have called It a slavish t»SK and mimed It "the dailv grind." lour tvorV is a snare that will catch vour feet and cA(i? you to fall behind. Uy son. when you PHI: you must finish your task you must Dnish that ta.-k alone. And work thfit is done...

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. — 7 December 1904

I0NEY IN COWS CHICKENS AND H06S tillil Pitner, a prosperous oung farmer from north of town anded us the record of his four OW8, just common scrubs, and 'fifty chickens and onehogduring tbe past year. lie sold $17. oO worth of eggs and $71.50 worth of butter. Mis four cows pro­ duced four calves which were sold $33. The family used $30 (forth of butter, besides all the eggs desired. Pitner brought five pigs to town the other day and sold them for $73. Farmer readers, are you making money from your cows, chiek»ns and pigs? If not, thert is something wrong as to management. Mr. Pitner made $224 from these three sources in a year. Suppose Uad had twice as many of Hich kind of stock. Mr. Pitner lu' 510 bushels of wheat stored away in his granary to sell when he thinks he gtts a good enough price. __________ Habits of the Deer. 0. 11. Parker in a, recent inter­ view with a representative of the Independent told the following alx^ut limiting deer: 'It is no great trick to hunt deer. You wa...

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. — 7 December 1904

wwmi REGAL UNIVERSAL OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commis­ sioners of Ward County. Tlie Board of County Commissioners met in adjourned session in the Audi­ tor's office on the 28th day of November A. D. 1904, with the following members present: Commissioners TorbensoD. Wallin. Richardson, Black and Swan nan. Commissioner Wallin in the chair. Commiaaiener Black moved that the report of A. V. Swanaon who was ap­ pointed aa apprai.ser in tha matter af astray stock taken up by Ed Lawrence tha said animal being appraiaad at not to exceed tSii.00, which was duly sec­ onded and carried. On motion duly doeonded tha report of John Wallin in the matter of astray atock taken up by Peter Grossarth, the animals being appraised at #75.00 eaeh, carried. A petition waa presented from resi­ dents of Twp. 153, Kg. 87, asking for the organisation af Mid territory as a school corporation, which petition was on mo­ tion ef Commissioner Black duly sec­ onded by Commiesioner Swanaon ac­ cept...

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. — 14 December 1904

y. RCULATION 2,450 Earl William Gusby, the negro murderer of Gates, the Portal thresher, was found guilty of manslaughter in the first degree by the jury shortly after 1 o'clock this morning, and sentenced to six years in the peritentiary. Gusby, who has been very confi­ dent that he would be set at liberty, was rather blue, but made no demonstration. The jury in the case consisted of W. B. McGinty, A. W. McAlpine, R. J. Stem, Chas. Madden, F. L. Humphrey, A. E. Shaw, Joe Homiston, R. D. Johnson, Alfred Thompson, Bert Sewell and Thos. Wood. GUSBY, THE NEGRO GETS SIX YEARS Some of the jurors wished to give the negro ten years and a half while others were as low as five years. Six years is a long time in jail, and while the general public look upon the sentence as rather light, it may be enough under the circumstances. The negro is but a young man, and altho he was greatly provoked, he should have time to reflect over his rash act. Atty. Sutton, who has worked very hard in the negro's...

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. — 14 December 1904

r: Kr fit- X* •t •, I i: iSpi W" cP Editor Fa Hey. of mStrnm THEJ WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published EvaryLWadnaaday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor'. Entered June 1H. 1902, ivs Seoond-ClassjMutter, I'ostofflcc. Minot, N. D. Act of Congress of Murch 3, 1879 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1904. EDITORIAL COMMENT. President Roosevelt's majority in North Dakota figures up to the ueat little sum of •'58.:i(2. of which Ward county fur­ nished 3.4 •{."). The approach leading to the bridge, crossing the Mouse, at Torbenson's addition, has been filled in, and loads may now be hauled across the river. K. D. Kelley will have a reckoning with the City of Minot. The new bridge across the river leads to his land, as there is no street. Kelley will ask for fair damages. The Wahpeton Globe, has been appointed second deputy auditor of the postoffice department to succeed General Harrison Allen, rh" city of Fargo, deceased. The plumb is wori.Ii o_?,•"()() {MM-year. Mi'. Falley had a. walk away...

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. — 14 December 1904

2 2 •j 1 2 •X* ro 2 ra 3 Ar!'-' '^iV/.Vv:^V'f1 *y v••$***«*,,»mV,•*» MEN'S and BOYS' UNDERWEAR Men's Heavy fleece Lined 1'nderwear for this sale onlv Men's Double Iireasted Fieece Lined l'n derwear, price Men's Fleece Lined Wright's Health I n- A O derwea r, onlv zf OC/ Men's Union 1'nderwear, worth §."{.00, for Men's Union Underwear, worth $5.00. for Men's Union Underwear, worth #7.50. for Men's All Wool Underwear, worth $1.2"). AO your pick for Men's All Wool Underwear, worth #1.50, yonr pick 1 1 Men's All Wool Underwear worth #2.00, your pick for Men's ltibbed Underwear, Cooper's make, worth #2.00, your pick.. Men's All Wool ltibbed Underwear, worth #:i.50, your pick K 1 MPPPHKRI [qppWfffi'i .'(re Boys' Fleece Lined Underwear, worth 50c, your pick for '.^.OC' Boys' Fleece Lined Union Suits, worth 75c, CC/r your pick dd£ 40C 5OC $2.25 $4.oo $5-75 $1.5o $1 .50 $2.5o *4V f*} INVENTORY Vour choice of all our #20.00 Suits and Overcoats, price for this sale Vour choice of all our $18.0...

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. — 14 December 1904

The stockholders are: Ed. Pierce. •James K. lianks. F. W. Froemke. T. H. Richardson. E. V. MeKniglit. Three of the stockholders, Ed. Pierce. ames K. Banks and F. \V. Froemke, are prominent of­ ficials and stockholders in the following banks and real estate companies in the state of North Dakota. The Northern Trust Co., of Fargo, which has a capital of Assaults Burlington Young Man. D. H. Conan, a young Burling­ ton man. was assaulted early Friday morning about 2 o'clock by a gambler who evidently wished to kill Conan. The young man was struck under the eye with the butt of a dangerous looking* pistol. The racket started in the European restau­ rant. Later the young* men walked up the middle of the street according to the story of the night police, JohnStrommen, and resu nod their quarrel. This is where the gambler pulled out his revolver and struck Conan. Strommen arrested the gambler. Judge Murray was aroused from his bed at 3 o'clock in the morn­ ing by Conan and his friends and 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. — 14 December 1904

U. I S. & tlib 1 0.: -\xm a •••fit:' :'i "Vij v. —V.I.V, We Are Separator==1904 Model. A Triumph of Perfcction--tight Up to date Not only the Cleanest Skimming Separator tho world has ever seen, but tho HANDIEST AND EASIEST OPERATED Selling A TV L-* The 15)01 Model U. S. has the only practical Low Supply Caii. •Has clutch bushing: no lost mo tion: and tin gearing stops when crank is released. Safest machine on the market: gearing entirely enclosed. Built for service and efliciency. Investigate its merits and You Wii! Buy None but the U. S. CutiiloRUUH free for tho asking. Vermont Farm Machine Co.. Bellows Falls, Vt. ERIC HUSTAD, Local Agent. The .Milk: Man. MIINOT, IN. D. THE UNION HOUSE. S A ARINTZ, Prop. Best rooms in the heart or the city 50c and $1,00 per day. Steam heated. Sample Room in Connection. PHONE NO. 164. MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA. Just Arrived March lOth AT R. W. JONES' j* Wood and Coal Yard, & One Car Hocking Vallej' Coal. Two Cars Hard Coal—One Nut. One Stove. One...

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. — 14 December 1904

to M. fttftt ,T -sS-Vt-J I-1 ft"•' & •l 1 &: •i/iitI'' •. 0 ?j 5 1 ill. il i* & 4r $ *. wM K®-: W. I iff wm if S::&Y i-v IS $ DO MEN KNOW WOMEN? To What Extent the Sexes Are Able to Understand One Another. Edward Bennett lias some witty r» flections in his "The Passing Hour' notes in the English Illustrated Maga­ zine. He says: "Solomon, the wisest of men,'* de­ clared woman to be an enigma. He appears to have studied the sex in batches and to have struck an aver­ age. He had scarcely time to study the individual. "3ut many an honest Darby who possessed -i heart has un­ derstood more than one Jean. If it is possible to lay down a general prin« ciple in such a matter, I should say that where men have failed to under­ stand women it was owing to want of heart, and that where women havft not understood men it was due to want of intelligence." As a matter of fact, it is only in rare moments of self-abasement and devotion to another that anybody cares to admit he or she i...

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. — 14 December 1904

Young Woman Who Teaches Men an Invaluable Art. "There goes a woman," said the tall girl, according to the New York Press, "who is preparing to confer a blessed boon upon suffering mankind. If she succeeds in her present plans every man and also every woman who is in­ terested in household matters will be ready within a year to canonize her as a saint." "What is she going to,do?" asked the nice young man. "She is going to establish a carving class for prospective bridegrooms. I saw one of her circulars yesterday. She has 500 of ready for the market, so evidently she means busi­ ness. I also saw the list of possible patrons to whom slie is going to send them. It is made up chiefly of young men who recently have entered or are about to enter the married state. She has a dozen pupils pledged already. "The instruction will be thorough. Each man will be required to wrestle individually with all kinds of meats, from the Sunday morning ham to the Thanksgiving turkey, and not until he has le...

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. — 14 December 1904

•'"'ptv"' wp IB ,m, 1 'Jvjiy' •,N /. St Louis !),••. 2.—The state of North lakoin ami h.'i* exhibit in the a.u'i'ifnltui'al building were honored as no other state'.s ex­ hibits were honored. North Dakota's exhibit was the only state exhibit that ''resident Roosevelt, visited during his visit to the fair, and even though there were hundreds ef other [dacesfor him to visit, and see during his brief visit of a tew hours he saw fit to spend about tifteen minutes in his old cabin. As far as the president himself was concerned no incident of his visit to the fair was more replete with interest to him than his visit to the ''Roosevelt Cabin'' in the North Dakota exhibit. In the log cabin which he occupied for three years when a cow boy in North Dakota, the president? indulged in many reminiscences and seemed to live over again his life between 1882 and 188(, when he was a ranchman in the Bad Lands of western North Dakota, lie became enthusias­ tic and with the zest of a school­ boy pointe...

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. — 14 December 1904

Living Music Boxes $6 to $10 EACH Genuine St. Andrea burg Rollers ALBUMS $1 to $10 TOILET CASES $1.50 to $10 MANICURE SETS $1 to $12 CHRISTMAS CARDS, GAMES, PERFUMES 25c to $12 Also the larges and best Assortment of Minot Souvenirs in the city. Minor Topics L. S. Mallorv, architect, Minot N. D. tf. C. A. Stiles has moved to the city for the winter. ^^hristrnas Gifts Wm. Rouse from west of Portal transacted business in Minot Thursday. Lutheran Synod church Eng­ lish services at 8 p. m., Sunday December 18th. C. W. Hook way and W. .1. Evans from Granville were visitors in Minot Sunday. (ieo. A. Gilmore, a prominent Monall attorney, was down several days attending court, Eggs are selling at .'30 cents a dozen. Now is the time a cold storage business would shine. Mrs. Wm. Smith has been ap­ pointed postmistress at Olive, south of this city fifteen milts. LOST—An Elks watch charm. Finder leave at the Leland hotel and receive reward. (J. A. Nye. ~ErB. GOSS has purchased from Frank Youngin...

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. — 14 December 1904

spgj* fi Ik, fx I ife ll- S &i ft» Vff 1 A Around the State. Sawyer will have a new depot. Settlers now cross the Missouri on the ice. Indian arrow heads were found at Sawyer. Christmas only a week from next Sunday. Our winter weath­ er lias been ideal. Fargo people are as proud of their new street cars as a hoy with his red top boots. I*. S. Veterinarian Eagle lias none to ('hlcago but will be back next year to enforce the scab law. li. S. Uussell, presidential elec­ tor from .I amestown, will carry the election returns to Washing­ ton. Tioga-will have another general store, and perhaps a bank, a butcher shop, a hardware store and feed mill. The wife of Senator llaus brough is ill at her home in Washington. Her spine was in­ jured in a fall which she received in October. (Jovernor Sarles has a majority of :tt,O0() over the democratic candidate Hegge. This is the largest majority any governor in the state ever secured. John Welo lost a quantity of meat at Tioga. In an article in...

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. — 14 December 1904

PALDA LECTURES MEN WHEN HE SENTENCES Fred Green, a Minor, Sent to County Jail for Ninety Days for Pigging—Fellow Given Good Advice—Overcoat Thief one Yean Judge Paid a is severe with the blind ]jiggers a^d yet he is generally as lenient as the law allows him to be. In sentencing Fred Green of Portal to ninety days in the county jail, after Green had plead guilty to the charge of pigging, Thursday afternoon, the Judge said to the prisoner: "Mr. Green, I feel sorry to see yon stand before me at this time and hear you say that yon are guilty of selling liquor illegally in the State of North Dakota. Do you know you are doing a wrong, and as great as wrong in the eyes of the law, us if you had killed a man? You are not yet 21 veers of age. What would your mother, oryoursisterrliiiik of you if they knew you had been sentenced to jail for ninety days. I am sorry to see you go there. I do not believe that you are at heart a bad fellow, do not be­ lieve that you are a, criminal, at heart. In...

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. — 14 December 1904

mm/m REGAL UWIVCR5AL BUY THE H. E. WHEELER STORE Frank & Fauchaltl. proprie­ tors of the .New York store, have purchased the 11. H. Wheeler stock of' goods, invoiced at i?7800. and the store building and lot. The first of the year the store will be opened as the Boston Store, ("has. (iraham, who has long been a trusted clerk in the dry goods depart­ ment, of the New York store, will manage the new conctrn. We understand that a big sale will be instituted about the first of the year. Mr. (iraham is a hustler and should make the store pay out. It will be run in­ dependently from the New York store. We have been informed that there will be a great slash in prices at the opening Carpio Girl's Arm Shot Off. Hulda Anderson, a 15-year-old girl, had her arm shot, off by a little brother at their home near Carpio Monday. The children were playing outside of thehouse with the gun. not knowing it was loaded. One of the little boys pulled the trigger and the full charge of buck shot struck ...

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. — 21 December 1904

CIRCULATION I Albert Frantz and I os J-h Kemper are on trial in the dis­ trict court charged with burgl­ ary. Their case has nearly been ^concluded. It is believed from what evidence has been intro­ duced, that the men will be found guilty. They are being defended by Lawyers Covle and Sutton who art-putting up a very strong defense. The jury are on their guards very closely and frequent­ ly question the witnesses, as all juries have aright to do. KEMPER AND FRANTZ VERY, VERY DRUNK Frantz and Kemper have told their stories. They say that on the night o£ September 9, 1904, they weht to the home of Mr. Baldwin near Overholt. They had been drinking, perhaps a quart of bad whiskey and were very drunk. They claim that they were so drunk that they hardly knew what they were do­ ing. \et they managed to find the Baldwin home where Baldwin's widowed sister, Mrs. Icy Logue, aged 34 years, lived. Icy is neither young nor handsome. That night she had a com pan ion staying' with her, Mrs. Lamp s...

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. — 21 December 1904

:f: •48 tended ii A \1 Asl -i «r A'^ iS THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every.Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher G. D. COLCORD, Editor* Kntovort Juno IN, 1Wl2, as Scooiid-OUihS Skitter, IMstortlce. Minot, N» I). Aot of Ooriirress ot' uvU tKTtf \YKDMISDAY. DKCKMBKi: 21, 11)04. EDITORIAL COMMENT. .faint's Foley, of the Bismarck Tribune, lias been selected 1)V (Joy. Sarles as liis private secretary. Marshall McClure will attend the legislative session at Ilis marck this year and do reporting' for several rags in AVard count Ward is the banner republican county of North Dakota with 1)00 votes to the good and it will be up to the state ma­ chine to negotiate two years hence. the time in the trial of Dr. Ames the jury has failed to agree and in the fifth jurv having been locked up for forty-six hours. trial his case was dismissed, the Frank .lames, the noted bandit, has left his Missouri faun and accepted a posit ion on the stage.. Thecompanw of course. will have to show Frank, Misso...

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. — 21 December 1904

fe-:* Wi :r:n^'W |K...r* v-,' »7r t- 1 The owners of the North Da­ kota coal mines realize more this year than ever that the Soo and the Great Northern railway com­ panies are determined to destroy this important industry. The officials do not hesitate in say­ ing that is their intention. Per­ haps if we were a railroad mag­ nate, we might feel as they do, but as we are not, our sympathy lies entirely with the coal barons of the Northwest. For an instance: The Yande warker coal company with con­ siderable capital behind it. built cottages for the miners twelve miles up the river from Minot, put up barns, and all the acces­ sary buildings for the running of a big con! business The build­ ings are not yet completed. Ma­ chinery was placed in the mines and everything bought to make the mining of lignite coal on a large scale possible. Many miners have been employed. Now that all this is done, the company learns that coal cannot be mined, shipped to a point at much of a distance, and a ...

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. — 21 December 1904

right* Minor Topics vnt ,av at tin* -\cv bnisdine :e li'i vo »MT!. six ii'i't oi. wati ,1- Mm vl I* 11. Dr. ^iyfY shoe sales for this year have been nearly twice the amount they were last vear* Whv—because the oeoole know that my shoes have proved to be just what I represent them to fcc===The Best Shoes Obtainable in Minot If in need of a pair of shoes you should call in at Samuelson's Shoe Store and you will be treated j. Minot, N. D. X. I). rs- MOW to aerenairei. yt 1 i:ao Li-rand ave planned loi -I- i. iy.-.gelie «i Ids home ue •ii Minnesota, where Mr. ill J/w 1 oil) gone to Martin's sister wi! to an operation. WA.YTKD—A position aspi iva i.i? nurse by a trained nurse. Si'itisi'act Kin ^'uara.nte,:'i!. 'run-is H-e'fe. Minji i! S fice The Iv rem Oil elf '.'i.'ry i- ids new o'nn Fhr bloc' ^*en handsou! !p!P !. 2W. MissFdna Wilson, teacher of the St. Mary's school near Bur­ lington, is planning on having a Christrna- Tree and a line enter­ tainment at the school house Friday afterno...

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. — 21 December 1904

KRIK'K. KAMSTAD, MINOT, SECOND NATIONAL BANK, afeTTHE CELEBRATED SPECIALIST, Dr. MacLachlan Visiting North Dakota town* by Special Request. Next Visit at MINOT, Iceland Hotel, TUESDAY, December 27, 1904, For DISEASES OF THK EYE-Cataracts. films, scars. L'ranulatod j* OF MINOT. j* Capital, $50,000 Surplus and Profits. $ 10,000 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. oppicersi JOSEPH ROACH, President, aud thiekened lids, optic nerve diseases, inflamation of the eye from any cause, errors of refraction, nnd, in fact and every eye trouble which may induce blind­ ness. Cross eyes straightened and permanent­ ly cured without the use of the knife and abso­ lutely without pain DISEASES OF THE EAR—Discharge from the ears, sore ears, pains, aches or ringing in the ears, indicating a beginning or a progres­ sive deafness may bo permanently cured, no mattor who has failod, with very little cost, nnd 110 detention from business. NOSE AND THROAT—Catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, beginning consumption, or phthisis, ...

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