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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 February 1905

it 7 I W- c.» oyww*- v': 4t, 4 M' .1 M*'**/), k, -mm, i' CONTEST NOTICE. 'Department of tbe Interior. United Stater Land Office. 1 jk V* .. V»j. Vt «f» 14^' ^S Mihot. N. H" 1 &$», ,i ii v*£ ,r^* i: ^A t. D., Jan. 6,1906. A sufficient contest affidavit having oee.. filed in this office by Pearl Cool, otestant. against homestead entry No. 1055s, ntade Not. 12,1901. for kcH section 30, township It!!, raotff 84, by Kris 8. Strom, con tea tee. in which it it alleged that tbe said Kris S- Strom has wholl abandoned said land and been absent there from continoously for a period of more than six months immediately preceding tbe datuoi the contest affidavit .that he has never im­ proved or cultivated said land or establisl 1 a residence thereon or resided thereon: and ttrit said alleged absence from the said land t not due to his employment in the army, na^ marine corps of tbe United States as a pri ate soldier, officer, seaman or marine during tbe war with Spain, or during any ether war ...

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. — 8 February 1905

t* 2,575 VOLUME 3. NUMBER 4a. Demolay Commandery, No. 10, Knighta Templar, was constituted in an elaborate and appropriate manner in this city on last Monday evening. Grand Command­ ing Sir Knight Prank H. 8prague, sup­ ported by Clarence Hale, Herman Win­ terer, William Spriggs were in attendance and after the charter had been presented and the officers elected for the ensuing year public installation wa^ held in which the ladies of the 8ir Knights par­ ticipated, it is a military order, and the sword drill is, to say the least, tRe finest that can be tattght in any country in the world. It is the Kkh Commandery for the State of North Dakota and the com­ bined number WO strong, besides being military organization it has also been demonstrated to be that of a charatable institution, aad it is generally conceded that the charity bestowed is the purest and truest, and costs more than geld and silver can purchase. The officers elected and as follows: L. W. Gammons, Eminent Command T. E...

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. — 8 February 1905

.-s SN J-, int WAUD CLUNIY INOE^NOENT \f' Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6, D. COLCORD, Editor Entered line 18. 190.'. as Second-ClusS Mutter, Postofltce. Minot. N.^ D. Act of L'oiiul'ess of Ahireli 3. lisr.t WEDNESDAY, FEIiltUAllY 8, 1 EDITORIAL COMMENT. A fellow ia Chicago the other day reprimanded his wife for sm« king cigarettes and she took it so hard that she committed suicide and now he is sorry that he spoke. An Indiana teacher beat a youth over his back leaving black and blue marks. The boy's mother hunted up the teach­ er and beat lier into insensibility with a horse whip. The girl is still unconscious and ifc is feared that she will die. General Christianson, a hero of the civil war died Friday at Copenhagen, Denmark. He served throughout the civil war ami was in the first and last battles. He was 73 veal's of age and a resident of Brooklyn, New YorK, at the time of his demise. Lightning struck an oil tank out in California last Satur­ day and set fire ...

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. — 8 February 1905

P338 I Mi Sur« ome oetal & ). WM nt place* in W. Sec. one roan triangle don left* rges and _). .'v: n* of J. C] ins IM Call aiH ELTON. 's Whitl is j»un Minor Topics Calves bought, well fed and several days old Address. Box *206 Minot, N. D. Mrs. LI, G, Detlaff has return­ ed from Dodge count}', Wis., and Good Thunder, Minn where she visited several weeks. D. A. Dinnie will in the spring show one of the handsomest buggies which has been seen in Minot. The wheels have tires of solid rubber. It. seems to be an undisputed fact that after the election out in Colorado the political bosses -got together and decided who the candidates were who were elected. Gearge -O'Dell from Markillie informed the Independent that he would crop only 300 acres next spring. He had in over 400 acres last season and hired a, good deal. MOONEY, CHAMPiNE & JOHNSTON, Investment Bankers, with the Postoffice. Another uago has announced that he is designing another in­ strument with a current strong enough ...

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. — 8 February 1905

Just thin' of ii! Not many moons a^o when Ward county wan a i*t wilderness and where the "festive jvdiiian" held his own. and there was not no such thin£ as democrat, that now looms up with a jrreat l»oinness, so to speak, an iin|»erial com­ monwealth, filled with progres­ sive people, with quick brain, hopeful heart and brawny arm, and who year by year show en­ couraging signs by increased harvests nnd jrranariea fiHeii overflowing:, and still this mar­ vels us VPIOpiitentgoes nteax] 1 on and will continue it til War-d county becomes the brightest star in the galaxv of North Da­ kota county's. She is pregnant with un pa railed possibilities for the future, and although she is voung, her people have the cour­ age that reaches out and does things and her irnjwo-tutt^ and numerous advanfages iwill l»fi vond question of doubt make Iter, ere many yearn, the banner county of ini|»erial Nort Dakota, the wonderland of the W est. This is the prophecy of the lead­ ing men of the state who 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. — 8 February 1905

——ffb&T "lifli »i-i I $ Bowbclls naturally wants county division and would like to see the county divided into five parts. Ti Kenmare is ag^jn^t dividing Ward county into flvjfe counties, but would not object to seeing it cut into two counties almost •equal in size, with Ken mate' for tlie e&uaty seat of the north county. Otherwise she. will vote against county division to a man.. DonnybrooK wants to be recKoned with. As E. T. Carey says, "Let them trot out their horse and we will Iook at it." DonnybrooK is opposed to di­ viding the county into counties, for that would The delegations from the above named cities spent Monday lobbying at the Leland and a number of caucuses were held. Senator Steele and Representa­ tive Lyons and Johnson were in the city, Johnson is opposed to county division in any form. COUNTY DIVISION DELE GATES FAIL TO AGREE In the opening, the delagates from out of.town together with quite a large crowd of the Minot citizens gathered at the Commer­ cial c...

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. — 8 February 1905

:#X-. tx''' •'«. I i) IN i" •itf- .^j." ij vr new COUIltV l- lOl a WOULD BENEFIT POLI­ TICAL GRAFTERS AND TOWNSITE OWNERS. that is the reason we are against the division of the county. But we believe that if we had been in business in Minot for eighteen or more years and had been fed and clothed by the business men in a time when there was little and county officers. •Stanley, which is in the pro­ posed new county would be the county seat and Geo. W. Wilson, editor of the Ward County Re­ porter is the owner of the town site of .Stanley. The division of the county would help Wilson, as for ns his townsite is con- That is What County Division Would Mean According to the VieWs of the Business Men of Minot at Friday Night Meeting* Will the people of Minofc stand bearable taxes. Stanley icily around while the political 'ias grafters and townsite owners in other parts of imperial Ward county, work teeth and toe nails for the disruption of the com­ monwealth? is that we should do something...

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. — 8 February 1905

mt. IIS Pi &§m Puddln' Head Johnson Puddin' Head John son, who re­ cently escaped to parts unknown to numerous veay anxious ci ed­ itors at Flax ton, perpetrated at least one piece of crooked work for which he should now be doing time at Bismarck. A young man recently arrived from the west and was looking about for a homestead. John­ son took him in tow and told bim that for $100 he would se­ cure him a filing, through con­ test, on a certain quarter sec­ tion. The young man dug up the coin to Puddin' head ana the latter pretended to be engaged in carrying out the stunts pre­ liminary to hearing of the con­ test, which was to oe had at the Land Office at Minot. The day set for the hearing arrived and Johnson and his client, accom­ panied by the former's wife, started for Minot. Shortly after arrival there, Puddin' head Save his client the double cross jumping an east-bound train, ana left for other fields, probably never again to be heard from in the too-confiding community that...

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. — 8 February 1905

ow hat Will th ly aro rafters ther pi unty, the omvea'j That ounded uu a well attended meet now ypeakiiiygpt doind would I DOUBLE BREASTED GOATS Grow was in Chi aijjo, be purchas- |jrcirch of cub glass ware jriU give away to cus in the course of the next If. Mr. Grow is ever £§^6Ktfor new' advertising afifl is pi/shing hiscolth to the front, large consignment ble goo'ls and declarer breasted coats are rcorrect spring wear, oksfor a large spring ot and believes that be generally good. and Vicinity. ham spent Sunday he North Prairie. Smith entertained is from Minot Sunday lur^-N*l-^\y,.g \yra. Babst visited 0i \Vm. Abraham usiness men of Minof ight. The concensus ^as returned that we should di»h after several days nd that right A coinmit*JSfr. Winter has been having os. trouble with his on®l:'^W!^lp^wta Marcotte °f Minot hat pon ill introduce yons from ng. H. Mspeudin# the last couple ^A-feer claim. .btahain, of Douglas, •al tJavs of last week this vicinity. •. Kuckeabe.-k'T returrifn...

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. — 8 February 1905

The Mohall Land Office Business. The mill at McKinney its again run­ ning. Glen burn ladies have organized a. literary club. The Kenmare News is red hot for county division. The White Earth Record is the newsiest in its history. The" Bottineau News believes that it will be a mistake to divide Ward county into five counties A babv carriage was sent as a present to a confirmed Yelva ba­ chelor and the fellow got red hot. Tne county commissioners of Dawson county, Montana, have granted a peti­ tion to an electrical railway company to build a line eighty miles long from Glendivo, Mont., toBuford, N. D. Theo. Poole from the Missouri river, who was shot and nearly killed in a quarrel with his brother last fall, was able to be at White Earth the other day. A telephone franchise has been granted to C. H. Peck, 0. G. Nordmarken, J. O. Weaver and j. S. Da-vies for telephone and electric light purposes at Gran­ ville. Prof. Ladd, the Pure Food commissioner, continues to keep his eye on the pur...

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. — 8 February 1905

S MVHl 1$ '•'••jmif-i I I-. i. lL\ ,y mtt&J W raa.S4'ai?,s r*?~ %h&«* mwm jp I- 'f^ & „ivi!f?' rt », &% Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said alleg­ ation at 10o,'clock«. m., March 16. 1905, before the register and receiver of the United States land office in Minot, North Dakota. The said contestant having, in a proper affi­ davit, filed Feb. 4.1905. set forth facts which shew that after doe diligence personal service of this notice cannot be made, it is hereby or­ dered and directed that snch notice bo given by due and proper publication. a-ariaMal T. E. Fox, Receiver, C. B. BACH, Attorney^for Contestant. J-8 3-15 NOTICE FOB BIDS. Notice is hereby given thai, bids will be re­ ceived by the school board of Burlington school district. No. 7. up to Tuesday noon, Feb­ ruary 28th, for moving school house No £, and all outbuildings from their present location to the nw! of the nvH of see- S8. Building to be left one foot from...

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. — 15 February 1905

Cl^tll ATION 7.7 ,^l" 2,575 & *»»*H A Profitable-Talk On'Advertising. W r.tten for the Independent fi by Earl H. S.n}th. Editor Independent:' *4T You requeet mo to write relative to advertising, and befdre entering upon its discussion, I trust, remark that looking back over ten /ears* experience, I real­ ize with what suiall knowledge I began' and the advancement 1 have mpde in this most potent question of merchandising seems to my miud but a tfjfle. That of Which I hav? becoine master ia minute, that to conceive immeasurable. The temperate uso of everything is undetiled sound sense, ana the man who eats too nluch is, literally speaking, in as deplor a|lo form as the-man, who imbides too freely. So it is, the merchant who ad­ vertises injudiciously, is as foolhardy as the man who does not advertise at all. Advertising to be effective must be un­ derstood, and the chronic unbeliever in publicity is one who invariably doefc not know how to advertise, and when he proclaims injQdeli...

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. — 15 February 1905

fpww IIMJbfllBmsNsr -ST. 'wyt-ivf. stfV It 'Kif Eras 'a m. p. SH p. II •V^' m$rl ,l!i mM-r&t-s a fftt 4'* -*i J. L. Merrill, auctioneer, Lans ford, N. D. For dates call atthif office or write him. Best of refer­ ences. Can gnnrantee satisfac- 'wmw -te&ggir THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Pttbllihtd Every Wednesday." C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June 18, 1902. as Second-Class Matter, Postofflce. Minot. N. D. Act or Congress of March 3. 1879 ..... WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Minot liajs sccured a govw nent experiment station. This will do more to develop the farming interests of the Northwest than any other one thing. Japan bought 7,000 mules from American farmers and large supplies of Minneapolis flour since the first of the year. The war in the East does not hurt the American farmer. The Independent guarantees the reliability of each adver­ tiser in this paper. During the past month fifteen or more foreign advertisers made contracts w...

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. — 15 February 1905

l-JSKiffW'l' |$tv "FPFRI I People have let us'fill their prescriptions. MAY WE NOT FILL YOURS A |u«ss for a beautiful priza' Minor Topics District court will convene Feb 13.?V Bob Evans will open a restaurant at Stanley. The February term of court was bc ^un Monday. ». &. -Vv# Isaac Gunter and wife of Des Lacs •3Te the parents of a baby girl, The county commissioners arc invoic­ ing the effects at^he courthouse. Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Fetpn arc the proud parents of a baby girf, born. Fri' uay night. F. B. Lambert is nicely settled in his law office in the Le Sueur building. The Bowbells commercial club is work­ ing for the improvement of its city and the surrounding country. jS Chas. Smith from south of the city was operated upon at 8t. Luke's hos­ pital by Or. Carr for granulated sore ••yes. ',tv Henry Hegreberg bought two fine lots and rumor has it that he will build a line residence. Henry may. even go a step farther. Mayor Roach spent last week at Bis­ marck and one afternoon wa...

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. — 15 February 1905

ju- md -y-r--fiff i, :. I t^-4 h~~?% hhw Joe Putney has recovered from his illness. Arthur Sillmau and sister Bessie visited their friend Flora Faylor last Sunday. There was a pleasant dancing party at the 8tring home last Friday evening. That Mr. and Mrs. King are royal enter tertainers was fully demonstrated. Mr. and Mrs. Worrall visited at the home of their son Dub last Friday Mr. G. F. Sillman is still quite ill of rheumatism their son James is also very ill. John J. Johnson, W. E. Putney and U. fcillman attended a dance at Dub Worrell's Friday evening. Oh yes, they i-njoyed the walk home. Mrs. G. F. Sillman was a pleasant caller on Mrs. Huckspier last week. G. M. Putney was trading in Sawyer -'Saturday. NEW BANK FOR MlNOT. For some time there has been iumors of a biink iu our city jpsOntl it now appears to have de­ veloped into more than rumor. A strong financial institution known as the Union National Bank has been organized by a number of our prominent busi ness men who are j...

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. — 15 February 1905

1 Ten dozen Fifty Men's ''S.:: .- & Bargains or a startling na­ ture.. fllir Entiro Rnn Ctnnlr UUI tlllllu 0U)ilUU OlUlillj nile suits, all those that «s Advance Clearing Sale In muslin unqbrwear and fbbruaky clearing SALE ON WINTER UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY. We bought the entire sample lines of Muslin Underwear, used by twelve traveling salesmen of one of the largest Mus­ lin Underwear manufacturers in Chicago. The price paid was the price of manufacture, less %, making this, by long odds, a sale that will make the New Store famous. The lot consists of Corset Covers, Night Gowns, Drawers and Underskirts. One lot of Ladies' Night Gowns, made in the latest sea­ son's styles, values up to $3.00, at 69c, 79c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50 ana $1.75 for the best. One lot of Corset Covers, values up to $2.50, at 23c, 37c, 69c. 98c and $1.25 for the best. I fV One lot of Ladies' Muslin Drawers, values up to $1.50, at 25c, 39c, 50c and 75c for the best. A One lot of Ladies'Underskirts, values up to $4...

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. — 15 February 1905

11 :t. I !?'.$• H*v ,|Jf \msh l?7f'. :i&fe:- &• .. S' ft. 5A -I." •. f. -S? '4 .$f 11 :-tr .¥• &•• R. Set SiSxV: if y*- v'-« f*/. -'If' W g|. & iljpr-'n' 1 -h' 3? -f -i WW WW1 HIITS FOR THE DAKOTA FARMERS 4AAAAAAAAAAAA WWWW WWwwW Prof. Hays, assistant secretary Olericulture advises the farmers to not send to Canada for their M^d wheat but to use home grown wheat. Don't neglect to use your fanu fcugtniH. Better let 100 shriveled grains .escape and wive a plump t£rain than sow all of them ana get a shriveled harvest. Haul some macaroni seed next aprinp. Perhaps blue stem did as well last year, but last season was more favorable than usual. The macaroni wheat is a dry wea­ ther wheat. How many prairie homes could be brightened by the planting of ft Jew trees. The cost amounts to but little and a few hours of iime are all that are required to plant the trees.. Again we say* don't mortgage your farm. The money might come handy, but" unless you are really a good fanner, an...

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. — 15 February 1905

sSf& For County Fairs Representative Johnson, of Ward, has introduced two mea­ sures relating: to county ag ri ul timil fair. One of the measures nmehds he present law regarding the estulrtiKlmientofcounty agri­ cultural fair associations, and provides that, any county fair association may purchase, hold or lease any quantity of land, not to exceed 160 acres, and it fur tin provides that such fair association or corporation must ndt contract any debts orliabili ties in excess of the value of the real property owned by such coj poration, except that for the purchase of real property the association may create a debt of not to exceed $3,000 to be se­ cured by a mortgage. The se­ cond bill is an entirely new one, and provides fort he levy of a tax in certain counties for thees tablishment and maintenance of county agricultural fairs. The measure provides that, in all counties having an assessed val natiotiof not less than f,5,000, 000, that agricultural fair asso­ ciation shall be ...

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. — 15 February 1905

In a recent issue of the Inde­ pendent, an article appeared from the pqn of ''Little Mae," from Tasker on the Soo. One could not but be amused as well as interested at the glow­ ing terms and the future possi­ bilities of Tasker as depicted by "Little Mac." CRITICISMS AND SUGGESTIONS FROM DAVIS "ON THE SOO." It wipuld seem from the article in question, that all other mines in Ward county were located as it were on a periphery with Tas Ker as a center, before making any criticisms on. the article, I want'io beg the gentleman's par­ don for my presumption iu tak­ ing exceptions to some of the as­ sertion* contained in the article in question. For distance, Jie says, "experi­ ments have shown that whereas a given quantity of bituminous coal produced from 130 to 145 heat units, the same quantity of lignite produced 175 heat units." 'Phis is certainly a very re­ markable statement, and the most remarkable experiments that has come under the notice of the writer of this article, who has m...

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. — 15 February 1905

Donnjbrook expects a new flour mill. A new ban* i« to be opened at Harvey in the spring. A bar association has organised month of the year been at Bottineau. It could not averted. A cigar has been named for Gov. Sarles. Wm. J. Bryan will soon make a lecture tour through this state. The White Earth Record is opposed to county division. Sensible figuring. Olaf Muus sold the White Earth lumber yard to the Meyer lumber Co., of Berthold. A bold attempt to break jail at Bottineau covering a period of several months has been exposed. The Donnybrook Courier in an excellent editorial tells why it does not wish to see the county divided. Norval Baptie of Bathgate, N. D. won the world's championship race at skating at New York city last week. Bonds to the amount of $4500 have been sold at Towner and the city is there by placed on a cash basis. The Soo is already shipping bridge timber to Omemee ana will soon start the building of the new road. Charley Davis will furnish the White Earth telepho...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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