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&• I I. •v Thursday CORRESPONDENCE DKS LACS ITEMS Miss Lola Weatherwax aitcd as centra! jjirl in tho ti'U'phuni' office Monday and Tuesday while Miss Viola Filbert tiaiusactcii business in Minot. Mrs. Flora Oojrdill visited at Ira Shaffer's on Monday. Mrs. Flora Cojoiill and Mrs. Ira Shaffer visited at the William Savors home on Tuesday. I)r. Halverson transacted business in Minot. on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder were Minot visitors on Monday. Mrs. Lik'Hu (Uinter and Miss Bessie Ktter were shopfers in Minot Monday. Melvin Shatter .shipped over a ton of turkeys on Monday. Ciranilma Diekerson is now taking treatments under I)r. Wood and is re ported to be much improved. V. H. Davy came up 1'rom Minot Tuesday where he has been canvasinj? the sale of a phonograph needle that can be used many thousands of times without injuring the i-ecords. The public school jjave a Christmas program on Friday ninht which was a jrreat success. Our community is blessed in having a number of excel lent vocalists that contribute much to t.he K'ood of public programs. Sunday morning the FvanK'elical Sunday school held a Christinas pro gram and on Sunday evening the Methodist Sunday school held a Christmas program. These were en joyed by all present. The N'a/.arincs held Sunday school and church at the Frank Chappel ihmoe on Sunday. After the first of the year services will be held in the Varner house formerly owned by A. Tornerson. Our community sure has the Christ mas spirit. Almost everyone has par taken of neighborly Jiood cheer in the •way of visiting and feasting. Anions the few that we know are the follow ing: Nels Haugen and family and Charles Groninger and family took dinner Sunday at Harold Haugen's Horace Davy and family at H. D. Davies on Sunday Byron Barnett and family and Mrs. II. D. Davy and son Victor took dinner a1. Kmmett Davis' home on Christmas Clarence Weeks and wife and Silas Weeks and family at Carl Carlson's on Christ mas Mr. and Mrs. Casper Anderson spent several days over Christmas at Carl Carlson's. Ira Shaffer and family, Flora Cop dill and daughter, Lorene, spent Christmas at YV. S. Williams'. Mr. and Mrs. Kennard are at Minot for the holidays. Morle.v Chappel and family, Geo. Watterman and family and Grandma Watte,rman spent Christmas at Frank Chappell's. Shur-on Glasses A Practical Gift W'liut. could you ffiv« thai wonlil ba more useful than a pair of Shur-On Shelltex Glasses? Give them to any nicmbtr of the family by our XniuK Certificate plan, ('all and let us explain it to you. OTHER GIFTS lol.l Kye Glass Keels, Alu minum '\ases. Compasses and Field Glasses. Lyle Benson Registered Optometrist Citizens Bank Bldg. Keep An Eye OnYourEyes lliuiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiimiiiHiiiimiiimmifri .Miss Lola Weathewvax spent off a large straw stack, some few days Christmas at the C. If. Weatherwax ago home. John Botta, wife and family spent Christmas at the John Soltis home. Horace Davy and family and Frank GroningejL spent Christmas at the home of W. S. Groninger. Will Zimmerman and family and Austin Veach and family spent Christmas at Harvey Roberts'. Foster Groninger and family and Walter Becker and family spent Christmas at Sam Spicher's. Albert Spicher and family, W. S. Switzer and family, and Mrs. Orpha Tracy and family spent Christmas at Harve Valentine's. Wesley White spent Christmas at the Johnson home. James Tindull is pending a few installed a new Radio receiving set, months in Indiana, his old home. tin his home and from now on he can Mrs. Frank Groninger left here on keep well posted on what is going on Friday for a visit with her parents, in the good old U.S.A. Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Moorehead, Minn. I.ee Johnson returned from South St. Paul where he took a car load of cattle. From there he visited at the home of his wife at Turtle Lake, .Minn. Miss Klfie Harris spent Friday niR-ht with the Sayers girls. Lee Weeks took supper with his friend Floyd Johnson on Friday niii'lit. A daughter Ray Reed had a runaway Christmas eve and got his buggy badly torn up. His father is going to buy him a new Ford, since he is unable to manage a team. Ray was a little careless, prob ably. Our old time friend, Ed. A. Jordan, informed us over the wire that he is ,laid up with a very severe cold for the past four days, and was hardly able to take care of his livestock. Ed is a mightly fine fellow and we are sorry to hear of his misfortune. .Sam Reed and wife of Surrey, and Walter Klimple and wife of Velva,! spent Christmas at the William Klim- pie home. We have a new neighbor and farm-1 er Willis township. Mr. and Mrs. Preston and family of Clay Center, Neb., who arrived here in wagons some .'50 days ago. They are living, temporarily, on ihe old Paul Klimple homestead, until Mr. Preston can lease a farm for the coming year. He is also a brick mason and plasterer and has the contract to plaster tho E. E. Diehl house. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Simpkins and Ho Chambers transacted legal business in Minot Friday and remained over until Saturday. Mrs. Merrick, teacher at Center, gave a box supper and entertainment for her pupils at Center school Satur day night. Sam Nelson was looking pretty sore Tuesday, as some mean fellow swiped his jug and a new horse blanket, just the day before Christmas. Bonnie Klimple and hired man of Sawyer, were out to the farm Tuesday with two teams for fodder. Mr. Klimple drives one of the Sawyer con solidated school busses and also hauls coal for the Sawyer people and he hardly finds time to haul his feed in from the farm. E. B. Bivins is still confined to the house with sickness, but is feeling some better at the last reports. A1 Simpkins refloored his residence, also built a new chicken house, garage and added a new addition onto his barn on the farm he recently pur chased from Homer Chambers. Mrs. E. K. Diehl delivered a num ber of dressed turkeys for the Christ mas trade in Minot Saturday. Ole Wallace and Henry Louis done the picking and pin feathering, and the way the boys picked feathers wasn't, a bit slow, believe me. They must have been next to Sam Nelson's lost jug. Gregg Riley looks pretty tired and care-worn. He just returned from a six weeks' siege of jury duty in Minot Saturday. M. H. Putney is almost equal to' Armour or Swift in the butcher busi- ness, as he dressed three beeves for! Nate Smith and one for Guy Putney all in one day and they were grown cattle, too, and also considering the short days of December. This work was done some ten days ago. Guy Putney had the misfortune to lose a very fine young cow, becoming smothered by the cave in and slide GREETINGS To Our Friends &nd Patrons We extend our sincere wishes to al|l for a Most a Prosperous New We extend our sincere wishes to al |l for a Most a Prosperous New Year Year Minot Radiator Works THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Carl Swenson is engaged hauling his wheat to Logan. During the very severe cold spell we had some days ago, E. E. Diehl spent two days visiting at the Dad Brown home east of Minot, while Mrs. Diehl and Mrs. Mae Simpkins, re mained at the Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Sweet home in Minot. They were in town shopping and it was too cold to come home. William Kliniple's ten cows are now netting him $10(5.00 per month, and his old hens are coming across and doing their part shelling out winter eggs at (0 cents per dozen. Mr. Klim ple says the way money is coming in, himself and good wife will soon be able to retire from actual farm work P. M. Williams and family spent j,-j few more years. Sunday at Melvin Shaffer's. oUr old time friend and relative, E. John Soltis transacted business in JI. Diehl of Iparva Fulton Co., Illinois, Minot Friday. recently informed us that he had just I SURREY SCHOOL NOTES A community program will be ren dered at the High School building, Friday evening. All are welcome. It has caused much work for the school janitor to keep the rooms warm during the severe weather. Because I of the willingness of the teachers and 1 pupils school was not closed. A program will be rendered at the 1 was horn to Mr. and Mrs. John l'otto on Thursday. Mother and daughter sire getting along fine. Word was also received from Lans ford, N. 1)., announcing the birth of a daughter to Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Fris bee. Brethern church on Sunday morning. The Sunday school of the church of S the Brethern is giving a white Christ mas this year. Anyone wishing to help the good work along may give I the articles to Mrs. Deirdorff. Miss Laura Frank, an east side school teacher, was married Saturday evening, December 10, to Orin A. W ILLIS TOWNSHIP Burdau. One of the best, feeds the writer and Denis \oder, a member ot the see- wife have enjoyed for many a day, was the Christmas dinner and fat tur key and cranberry sauce given by Mr. and Mrs. A1 Simpkins Christmas day. ond grade, started to school Monday, Deembr 18. He has been going to the Grassland school. Miss Evelyn Fox returned home Saturday, for a three weeks vacation. She has been taking a course in nurs ing in Idaho. Our former banker, Mr. Servin, has gone to Dunseith and the position is now filled by Mr. Rogers. The rubber lire snapping, which is an annual event in the Surrey High School has come to a close, even tho some have received some knowledge' of how to jig when a long rubber con flucted by the owner gets after them. Last Friday evening a box social was held at the Whistler school house s,out^ "f t'1L A,prnf.ra'" ('elx'1 the as rc school with the help of *"l'ac'he, Mis. J. P. Bradley. Praise is due Mrs. Bradley for her efforts in. rendering such an excellent program with only nine pupils. Following the program was a box1 social. The bids for the boxes were' from seventy-five cents to two dollars and sixty cents. I Mr. D. S. Petry is again engaged in butchering hogs for members of the community. The. hog that was butch-I ered last week weighed two hundred and thirty pounds. Mrs. Ray Hardy and daughter have returned home for the Christmas va cation. Anna Bradley expects to return to school after the Christmas vacation, Enactment of two new laws will be urged by the North Dakota State Press association at the coming ses sion of the state legislature. The as sociation will ask tho passage of a law dening requirements for a legal newspaper and also a law limiting the charges to be made for publication of legal notices when the same notice is run two or more times. Enactment of this law, it is claimed, will result in a material saving of expense. Bills along this line will be prepared and presented to the state legislature. This action was decided upon at a meeting of the executive and printing committees of the State Press associ ation held in Fargo. Kiddies' Christmas at Presbyterian Church A large crowd attended the Christ-! mas Night exercises at the Presbyter-1 ian church Monday night. The af-1 fair was staged especially, for the! children, who took part in an interest- ta aus iln^ t'10 made up well without usc pillows. Bride to Spend Honeymoon in Jafl Mrs. Anna Fallos was sent to jail at Grand Forks for having liquor illegal ly in her possession the day after she became a bride. NOTICE or SAX.E XOTICK IS I I lOKKli OIVKX, That [y virtiio of a judgment and decree In Ion elosure, rendered and given by the district Court of the Filth Judicial District, in and for the County of Ward and State of North Dakota, and enter 1 and dockulod in the office of the Clerk or said Court in and for said County on 2!ltli day of November. 10if—, in an action wherein U. G. OrcndorfC and \Vm I'. IiiKersoll, Plaintiffs, and M. P. I odhoia I'. !, 1'odhoia Sawyer State I.ank, a corporation The Sawyer State .an K, a corporation fJ. Jt. Van Sickle, as Receiver of Sawyer State Bank of Sawyer, North Dakota, a corporation «. J. Mortensori, and "William Hodges, formerly co-partnerH doinsr business un der the firm name and style of The Saw yer Implement Company, and C. J. Far- V^ft-nciants, in favor of the said Plaintiffs, and against the said Defend ants, M. ll. Podhola and P. D. Podhola, ht sum of A,,f Fifteen Thou- ''"iidred Fifty-eight Dollars and Fifty-three Cents, which judgment and decree among other things directed the sale by me of the real estate here inafter described, to satisfy the amount of said judgment, with interest thereon and tin cost and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will satisfy. "y virtue ot a writ to me issued out of the office of the Clerk of said Court in and for said County of Ward, and under the seal of said Court, directing me to sell said real property pursuant -1"/1 and decree, I, A. P. Scofleld, Sheriff of said County, and per by said Court to make said sale, will sell the hereinafter de scribed real estate to tho highest bidder, ."f 1 S '." public auction, at the front of ,h .e 0"rt House in the City of JI H\ Coun with ty of Ward, and State of North Dakota, on the 20th day. of nf 1 1923 at two o'clock P. M., t0 ,satisfy "I'l int sr antl judgment. costs thereon, and the costs and expenses of such sale or so much thereof as the proceed.** of such sale applicable thereto will satisfy. The premise 10 Iju sold uh aforesaid pursu ant to said judgment and decree, and to '.said writ, and to this notice, are de scribed in said judgment, decree and writ, as follows, to-wlt: South Jlalf (SJ) of the Southeast Quarter (SHI), the Northeast (Quarter (N'KJ) of the Southeast Quarter (SHJJ and the Southeast Quarter of the South west Quarter and the Southwest Quarter (SWA) of the Southwest Quarter (SW4) of Section Thirty-two IU2) In Township One Hundred Fifty-two (152) North of Range Eighty-three (83), and the South east Quarter (Slii) of th Northeast Quarter (NEJ) and the East Half (Hi) of the Southeast Quarter (SKi) of Sec tion Thirty-pne (31) in Township One Hundred Fifty-two (152) North, of Range Kighty-three (8,'t) West, situated in the County of Ward and State of North Dakota. A. P. SCOFIELD, Sheriff of Ward County. North Dakota. F. B. tiAMRKKT, Attorney for Plaintiff, Minot, N. Dak. 12/l l-fit Quality Service Price Kopald Electric Co. PHONE 620 100 East Central Ave. Oldest Established Ffrm in City »..•..-----------------.-a Union Insurance Agency Incorporated A Brateberg, Pres. Hail, Fire and Windstorm Insurance Office In LeSueur Blk. Phon» Brotherhood of American Yeomen Minot Lodge No. 561 Meete let and Srd Monday of eaeh mortb Sons of Norway Hall Q. A. JONES, Foreman HAZEL FELLOWS, Correspondent 1-18-tli GEORGE A. STATE Auctioneer Office with Scofield Implement Company Phone 80 MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA ALEX D. HAGENSTEIN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Accurate. Prompt and Personal :-ervic« Phor-e 4' 1 Res. Phone 686J. Room 6—Union National Bank Building Minot, N. D. 8-4-tf AUTO PAINTING Expert workman ship guaranteed. PAINT DEPT. STEARNS MOTOR CO. Formerly Minot Auto Co. O. O. KERR Twenty years' exjierienct in auto painting U-17-tf Minot Shoe Hospital Co. Otnl Xottl sik. Minot, ». S. Tou can get your Shoe Repairing Tlrea and Tubes and Vulcanising done by the oldest and largest re pairing shop in the city for lea* than any other pUce In Minot. 1 ing program. There was a Christmas tree and everything, -with candy and nuts for the kiddies. John Howard appeared in a brand new role as San tony la large qnantltlea, modeiai Mat competent workmea Military Keels. Bnfcber Keels, Skat* Otiadlni Tires Sawed aafl Ta.c«iiu Vartel Voat Orders Vakea oare of Promptly. Don't forget the place and money. M»OT IKO HOIPITAL OO. Oraaft Hotel Block Worth Dakota KODAKS Developing, Printing and Enlarging. 24 hour service. BEST WORK LOWEST PRICES Mail Orders filled promptly ANDERSON DRUG CO. FURS Repairing, Remodeling, Redying and Cleaning THE RELIABLE FURRIER A. D. BROWNSTEIN 30 Central Ave. E. Phone 1235 MINOT, N. DAK. 9/7-tf Practice t.lrnlfced to Consultation I and Surgery PHONES 1 280-1 2R1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS F. A. Brugman, M. D. Practice Limited to Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat PHONES 1280-1281 St. Luke's Hospital. Main Street MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA I Drs. Garr & Garr Specialists Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Offices Frank Block PHONE 172 MINOT. N. O. Drs. Devine & Fardy I Physicians and Surgeons Phones Office 345 Res. 346 John Ehr Block Minot North Dakota 1 Dr. Harris M. Erenfeld Physician and Surgeon St. Luke's HuspUal I Main Street MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA Geo. C. Hanson, M. D. 8FECIAL.IST I Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat I II Main St. I I Phones: Office 1099: Rm. 1099) DR. J. C. JACKMAN Physician and Surgeon Ringo Block 129 SO PHONBS Office 910 Res. 910) Dr. Kermott Physician and Surgeon Great Northern Railway Surgeon Office and Residence over Nfw York Store MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA DR. H. G. KNAPP Physician and Surgeon Office Tompkins Block PHONE S2B Dental and General X-Ray Work Dr. A. D. McCannel Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Private Hospital New Colcord Building 33 W. Central Ave. Phones Office 95 Res. 504 Dr. A. J. McCannel Physician and Surgeon I Office Over Beano Drag TELEPHONES Office 190 Reeldence S9Q| MINOT Dr. J. T. Newlove Physician and Surgeon Office in the Fair Block TELEPHONE! 198 I MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA Dr. P. A. NestoV"""" Physician and Surgeon THONES 1280-1281 St. Luke's Hospital I Main Street MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA I Dr. E. G. Stone Physician and Surgeon Office Blakey Block Phone 499 Minot, N. D. I DR. WHEELON Physician and Surgeon Office over New York Store PHONES: Office 674 Bet. 674* T. N. Yeomans, M. D. Physician and Surgeon for Sot. States Power Oo. rice in C. A. Johnson Block PHONE NO. lit MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA DENTISTS Dr. V. E. Sandberg Dentist I iulte 1 Temple Court Phone 946 I MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA Dr. F. J. Hartl Dentist Office over Arcade Theatre Special Attention Given X-Ray and Bridge Work Office Phone 359 Suite 1, Ringo Bldg. Tel. 83 Dr. H. J. Nedrud Dentist Minot, North Dakota DR. C. J. ANDERSON Osteopathic Physician Phone 1006 Boyer Block .Minot, North Dakota NO DRUGS NO SURGERY Drs. G. G. Wood L. Josephine Wood CHIROPRACTORS If you are sick and have tried everything and did not receive help, try CHIROPRACTIC (Spinal) Adjustment* and Get Well Consultation and Spinal Analysis FREE BRAUER BLOCK PHONE 342 MINOT, N. D. HOURS: 10 to 12 1 to 6 7 to 9 WEMQVC5 THE CAUSE OF DISEASE WITHPUT PHUBB BW SUHBEHV ATTORNEYS McGee & Goss Attorneys at Law I General Lew Practice MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA B. H. Bradford Attorney at Law NVvv Jacubaon Block Ml.Mf'T NORTH DAKOTA K. E. Leigthon Jacobson Block Phone 311 FISK, MURPHY & NASH Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Offices Second floor Gordoi Blk I West Central Ave. I Minot, N. D. I James Johnson Attorney at Law General Law Practice MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA I Palda & Aaker "'J I. M. Oseth Lawyers over jj^ December 28, 1922 Cltliens Bank I MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA R. A. Nestoa I A. Nestoa O. B. Herlgated Nestos & Herigstad Attorneys at Law Kermott Block 4 MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA ARCHITECTS r, vl -?r C. E. Brace LEIGHTON & BRACE Commercial Lawyers 1 I George H. Bugenhagen 1 Member B. A. I. C. Architect and Engineer Welnrebe Block Phone 1151 MINOTT NORTH DAKOTA Ira L. Rush Architect and Engineer 0ON8 OF NORWAY BLOCK MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA MISCELLANEOUS P. Hamre Undertaking Company Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers I J. D. Van Fleet & Co. Funeral Directors PHONES: Day 289 Night 2891 I 143 So. Main St. MINOT NORTH DAKOTA Dr. R. O. Wilson Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Calls answered day or night 120 5th Ave. N.W. Phone No. 751-R Minot, N. Dak. ,•1 PHONE 34 Jacobson Block S v?