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The Ward County independent. (Minot, Ward County, N.D.) 1902-1965, September 26, 1918, Image 15

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The Great Northern Lumber Company
Minot, North Dakota
We have on hand a complete line of all kinds of
BUILDING MATERIAL at prices that are right.
Don't fail to get our figures before buying elsewhere
The Independent Dealers
The Great Northern Lumber Co.
FARMERS!
Bring us your Eggs, Poultry, Butter, Beef
and Pork. Highest prices paid.
P. & L. Cafeteria
Bakery in Connection
Wheat Flour Saved Here Means
Lives Saved in Europe
You can help by mixing |Barleyv Flour,
Corn Flour or other Cereal Substitutes
----with
OCCIDENT WHEAT FLOUR
and still enjoy Nourishing and Palatable Bread.
RusselUMiller Milling Co.
Minot, N. D.
SNOW WHITE
Guaranteed to make better
Bread than any other Flour.
Minot Flour Mill Co.
N.
D.
H. J. HECHT
LIVE STOCK AND FARM AUCTIONEER
Minot, North Dakota
Have a wide acquaintance among the peo­
ple. Get your dates early, as I sell nearly
every day in the sale season. Dates can be
had at this office. Sales made anywhere.
Also breeder of Pure-bred
Belgian Horses. Paramount
Farceur 9660 heads the herd
sired by the undefeated
Grand Champion Stallion
FARCEUR 7332.
WITH THE CITY SCHOOLS $
School pupils' thought—Only thir­
ty-five more weeks of school.
Monday was registration and class­
ification day with the city school. Two
hundred and fifty-eight first grade
children have started school this year.
Enrollment by schools is as follows:
Central school, 880 McKinley, 301
Lincoln, 220 Sunnyside, 116. Junior
High school building, 369. Totalling
188G.
On Monday afternoon the first bus­
iness meeting was held. After a
short discussion by Superintendent
White, a round table was held, in
which a few of the problems of the
day were discussed. Following this
under the direction of Mrs. White a
social hour was enjoyed, in which
teachers, principals, board_ members
and janitors became acquainted with
each other, and light refreshments
were served.
On Thursday through the coopera­
tion of Mr. Barron and Secretary Hol­
bein the school children were given an
opportunity to visit the war train.
This visit will be made the basis for
many school lessons in language and
history.
The superintendent has stated his
appreciation of the assistance of the
teachers in directing the children, and
his approval of the behavior of the
school children while in procession on
the street.
Mrs. Stevenson, principal of the
Lincoln school, was suddenly taken ill
on Thursday and Miss Melby took
charge of the school. Mrs. Steven­
son's sixth grade continued their
studies for an hour without a teacher,
conducting themselves in a manner
worthy of approval and recognition.
Junior High School.
Miss Ostrem, Principal.
Miss Grey.
Mrs. Slifer.
Theresa Kraemer.
Jessie Langton.
Minnie Retzlaff.
Pearl Roell.
J. H. S. Grades.
Fifth, Grade—Viola Larson.
Fifth and Sixth—Hazel Nelson.
Sixth Grade—Sarah Bohan.
Sixth Grade—Ida Wilkinson.
Sunnyside School.
First Grade—Inga Knudson.
Second Grade—Margaret Specker.
Third Grade—Lulie Taylor.
Fourth Grade—Miss Valker (Prin­
cipal).
McKinley School.
First Grade—Inga Olson, Josephine
Weber.
Second Grade—Olga Morsen, Clara
Rud.
Third Grade—Kathrine Malan.
Third and Fourth—Miss Owen.
Fourth Grade—Gladys Griebe.
Fifth and Sixth—Mrs. Hanson
(Principal).
Lincoln School.
First Grade—Mrs. Stacy-Judd.
First and Second—Bessie Wilson.
Second Grade—Verna Hanson.
Third Grade—Christine Richmond.
Fourth Grade—Otilde Melbye.
Fifth Grade—Lois Ring.
Sixth Grade Mrs. Stevenson
(Principal).
Central School.
First Grade—tMildred Jacobson,
Mrs. Thompson.
Second Grade—Doris McAuliffe,
Jennie Thompson.
Third Grade—Judith Barrows, Ma
ble Constantine.
Fourth Grade-Edith Stadum (Prin­
cipal), Dora Pederson.
Fifth Grade—Eva Martin, Ella Mor-
Doesn'tWint to Miss
Doebler
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Issue
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Ward County Independent,
Minot, N. Dak.
Dear Sirs:
Your notice of subscription due
to hand and in answer would say that
right now am unable to send check
but should very much dislike having
The Independent stopped even for one
week, as it is the best piece of liter­
ature that comes to this office and we
have no end of newspapers and mag­
azines coming and going constantly.
The Independent is a big letter from
home every week, to me, at least.
I'll have*plenty of cash by the first
of October and shall remember you
first, but please don't stop my paper
this week.
Sincerely yours,
MARY E. COSGROVE,
Postmaster.
Schedule for Ward County Legal Ad­
visory Board.
The following is the schedule for
the Ward county legal advisory
board in charge of making out the
questionnaires, for the present week
and the following week:
Morning and Evening Afternoon
9:30-12—7:30-9:00 1:30-6:00
Monday
Anderson
Bosard
Nash
Hopkins
Burke
Waller
Eide
Greenleaf
Tuesday
Goss Aaker
Grantham Aurland
Stenersen Bach
H. E. Shearn M. T. Dalquist
Wednesday
Chatfield
Coyle
Davis
Bratsberg
Halvorson
Johnson
Lowe
Wooledge
Thursday
Nestos
Sibbald
Thompson
Ellithorpe
Lamfcert
Sherman
Torgerson
Friday
Fisk
McGee
Montgomery
Twifprd
Bradford
Lewis
Palda
Sinkler
Saturday
Carroll
Greene
Murray
Stillman
Substitutes
Hagen.
Herigstad
Lesk
Leighton
Murphy
Henderson, Lynch and
This schedule also applies to the
week commencing September 30th.
Any man who cannot act at the time
assigned him must get one of the sub­
stitutes to take his place.
O. B. HERIGSTAD,
Chairman Ward County
Legal Advisory Board.
PHYSICIANS I
and SURGEONS I
A. Carr, M. D.
Practice Limited to the
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
Phone*: Office 472 House 16*
Office Frank Block
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
T. N. Yeoman., M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Surgeon for Nor. States Power Co. I
Office In C. A. Johnson Block on
Main Street
Phone No. 133 Minot, N. Dak.
Dr. J. T. Newlove
Phvsician and Surgeon
Office In the Fair Blook
MINOT,
PHONH ie
Roell Bloek 11# So. Mala St.
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Dr. Kermott I
Physician and Surgeon
Great Northern Railway SurgfeoB
Office and Residence over New
York Store
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
F. A. Brugman, M. D.
Practice Limited to Diseases of I
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
.:
Phones 1280-1281 I
St. Luke's Hospital I
Main Street I
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA I
Dr. P. A. Nestos I
Physician and Surgeon
Phones 1280-1281
St. Luke's Hospital
Main Street
Main Street
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Dr. J. L. Devine
Surgeon
Phone#: Offflte 346 Res. S4f
Joh* Khr Blotk
Dr. Harris M. Erenfeld
Physician and Surgeon
Practice Limited to Consultation
and Surpery
Phones 1280-1281
St. Luke's Hospital
Main Street
MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA
Dr. Archie D. McCannel
Eye Throat
Scofleld Block
MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA
Physician and Surgeon
Office Tompkins Block. Phone 826
Ultice rompKins
5 MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA Lawyer
S. Overgard, M. D.
Norsk Laege
Opera House Block. Phone 414
MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA
Drs. Pence & Pence
Phones: Office 17 Res.
R. W. PENCE. M. D.
Phones: Office 905 Res. 905£
Geo. C. Hanson, M. D.
SPECIALIST
Eve, Ear, Nose, Throat
28' Main St.. Over Halvorson's
Shoe Store
Phones: Office 1099: Res. 1099J
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Anderson Block
for
Farm and Auto Insurance
Call or Write
Soren O. Hagen,
Phone 650
Room 17, Anderson Block
12-6-4i
Phone 650 Room 17
New and Second Hand
Stoves and Furniture
of a.11 kinds
THE BARGAIN STORE
First St., S. E.
We are always in the market to buy any­
thing of value, guaranteeing fair prices.
ANTON M0RTENSAN, Prop.
Phone 303
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Telephone 198
TJORTH DAKOTA MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Dr. G. Roy Ringo Dr. A. A. Martineau
Physician and Surgeon
•INOT,
1 f-
Offlee Over Citizens Bank
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
I
DENTISTS
Dr. R. C. Lang
Dentist
Frank Block Phone 290
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Dr
Householder
Dentist
NORTH DAKOTA
ATTORNEYS
McGee & Goss
Attorneys at Law
General Law Practice
MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA
Bradford & Nash
Attorneys at Law
New Jacobson Block
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Jas. Johnson
Attorney at Law
I
Geseral Law Praatlee
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Palda A Aaker
I. M. Oseth
A. Nestos O. B. Herigstad
Nestos & Herigstad
Attorneys at Law
Kermott Bloek
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Mark M. Chatfield
I
Dr. H. G. Knapp
Lawyer
Offices in New Jacobson Block
MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA
Halvor L. Halvorson
Blakey Block
Phone 650
MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA
Moody O. Eide
Lawyer
Practice in all Courts
Room 15. New York Store Block
Phone 287
MTNOT, NORTH DAKOTA
W. H. Sibbald
Attorney at Law
28 N. Main St. Phone 402
MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA
A. M. Thompson
Lawyer
I Offices Suite 8. Now Jacobson Blk.
I formerly occupied by Thompson
& Wooledjre. Telephone 181
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
L. M. Ellithorpe
Lawyer
First International Bank Block
Phone 244
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
John C. Lowe
Lawyer
Temple Court Block
Phone 1234
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA I
C. G. Anderson
Attorney at Law
General Practice of Law and
Collections
Suite One, Temple Court
Telephone 1070
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
ARCHITECTS
George H. Bugenhagen
Member U. A. I. C.
Architect and Engineer
I
I
Nash Block
NORTH DAKOTA
MINOT,
Suite 2, Scofleld Block
Phone 235
Dentist
Boyer Bloek
Pfconaa: Offlee 1216 Rea. 4*1 Slue
Jacobeon Block Phone 368 I
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
A. Fraser
Architect and Engineer
Phone 986
Plans nrepared Reinforced Con­
crete Structural Steel Supervi­
sion Reports
I
Suite 23, Anderson Block
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
-r r-
Dr. V. E. Sandberg
Dentist
MISCELLANEOUS
J. D. Van Fleet & Co,
Funeral Directors
PHONES: Day 2S9 Night
221 So. Main St.
MINOT, NORTH DA®
Weinrebe's Undertaking
Parlor*
E. J. GOEBEL
Manager and Funeral DlPMtar
PHONES: Day 7 Night tM
11-17-19 First Ave. 1. X.
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Union Insurance Agency
Incorporated. A. Brataburg, Pre*.
Hail, Fire and Windstorm
Insurance
Office in LeSueur Blk. Phone 164
{Brotherhood of American
Yeomen
Minot Lodge No. 561
{month
Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday of eaek
at Sons of Norway HalL
CHARLES I. HOLMES, Foreman
W. F. JONE8, Correspondent. I
1-18-U2 I
George A. Stale
Auctioneer
Farm and Stock Sales
Tears of Experience. rtifnreaene I
Given
Call at Seofleld Implement Ce. tor I
Dates or Phone 80
{GUERNSEYS FOR SALE}
II
Lawyers
Young Bolls from aigh
Producing Danu
(goods
I
PERSON STOCK FARM
Minot, N. D.
Iron Iron
We are now paving for good country
mixed scrap iron
$14.50 to 15.50 per ton
We are also buying all kinds of
junk such as Copper, Brass, old
Rubbsr, etc. Hring or ship your
to ns while prices are high.
Hide market firmer arid com­
mand higher prices.
^Wool market steady to tirm.IJ
MINOT
HIDE & FUR CO.
224 to 230 Central A v. E.
MINOT, N. DAK.
NO DRUGS NO SURGERY
NO OSTEOPATHY
G. G. WOOD
J. JOSEPHINE WOOD
CHIROPRACTORS
If yon are sick ana havs trisd
everything and did not rscsive
hVlp, try
CHIROPRACTIC
(Spina!) Adjustments and get
well
FREE
Consnltation and
Spinal Analysis ———.
BRAUER BLOCK
Minot, N. D. Phonw 341
Hours: .10 to 12 1 to 6 7 to 9
wmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmamBim
KODAKS
Developing and Printing,
at
lowest prices, beat work and
prompt service. Write at for
orice list. We want your mail
order* and guarantee satis­
faction.
MINOT DRUG CO
Minot, N. D.
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