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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 13 May 1903

VOLUME N#» I"'* if U- $1 75 Shoes, at $J Sf. CITY DADS GOT BUSY. The Independent Now is the Officii! Piper Mlnot .-City's Finances Were Never in Better Condition At the meeting of the city council, last Wednesday night, Ward County Independent was made the official paper for the ensuing year. City Auditor W. C. McHugli, who has filled the position so ac­ ceptably for several years re •sV-v-ed, the council accepting his i'4'lgnatidn. He gave his rea­ son, his numerous other business afmirs. He believes a mail should h»re mor? than $100 a year for work which he would not tackle again for $40 a month. The various reports were read and accepted. '1 he affairs of the city under the careful supervision of Mayor Roach and the council, were never in so good a financial condition. Last 3'ear $1,240 in licenses was collected. The water rent for the first time more than paid the expenses. City At­ torney Aurland has reason to congratulate himself over this as he has the water rent in charge. T...

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. — 13 May 1903

I l^v»' r'\ W |V|m' I K?' fe: %?-V jf E8& H^v*- am$ l®§3 4 S W IP .-•• •??%, ifWt* 11 *i*t 'fi': 1 WsmtikisftZfi WARD CO INDEPENDENT Tutrix & Coi i.oiti'. Publishers. 'MINOT, Ward Co.. N. D. The latest physiognomical wrinkle 1B the alum lace. Is Wisdom wise when it goes to the revels of Folly? If so, it is foolish. The Vanderbilt-Nellson merger goes Into effect under the most flattering auspiccs. With racing and baseball in full bloom spring might as well settle down to business herself. There is another crisis in the Bal­ kans. It is the fourth that has come along since a week ago Friday. The Missouri man who has been working for twelve years on a crazy quilt must have a mind of that pat« tern. Dr. Cyrus Edson says that grip is taught through kissing. And yet a kiss has caused many a man to lose his grip. The Mad Mullah's mother is sought Now if they could catch his mother in-law, perhaps he'd quiet down and live in peace. It is a wonder the people of Den­ mark have never r...

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. — 13 May 1903

n'ViVth' J'' S Office and sheds, No. Ramstad St. Telephone 97. +5M*®»KS) I vCy i®- ig"f''''„ G. A. LIDSTR0M LOANS. INAL PROOFS, .. FARM LANDS. We Will Loan You Money .*.- On your land. 10 PER CENT STRAIGHT. No bonus. S\" You get your money when you sign the papers. 1 We Will Make Your Final Proof WUULr vr WE WILL SELL YOU LAND ON. EASY a PAYMENTS. I LeSueur &I Bradford* Minot, N. D. Hardt Soft and Lignite Coal, Hocking Valley Coal, I U/AAn Dry Tamarack, Oak* Pop- I lar and Jack Pine V* R. W. JONES Go to the New Drug Store For Drugs, Medicines, Per-J fumes, Toilet Articles, Cigars W. B. Hawley. WOOD! POSTS!| I have nothing to say about coal at present. When the miners are able and willing to fill their contracts, 1 will be able to supply everybody with all they want of the very best grades of Lignite. I will have, four carloads of slabs and edgings here and will be able to supply my customers promptly.. I also have a large assortment of cedar posts on the road. P. H. BAUKOL. •lKa...

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. — 13 May 1903

••£4 it i/li a Hf iii:iPiWI»innrj Ar f- -K St te-c., r:'i w* fty if tWlMtMt" ^$I|P A %, 1 '+V THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. «H*- I»OALI«AXD EVBITX-WROMBDAY. ... Ii !r: TRUAX &'*COLCORD. '5. O. v. TBUAX. -«.' f, C* D- COLCORD, Pc»iis,n»:R. EDITOH. 'BNTSIIED JUNE 18, 1002, AS SKCCMfD CLAgS MATTER, POST-OP PICE, MIXOT, M..D., ACT OK UONORKSS OF MARCH 'J, 18791 ADITIONAL, LbpALS. Senator Himsbrouarli will,speak at Flaxton May IS. Geo. Allen came in from I'lcw ant and visited old friends lust week. It is rqorto$*.tlifrt tiio G. X. fraiinnen's Ktiike will be 011 Fri­ day at noon. Court lia« adjourned until May £2, when it^iw expected Judge Cov.'an will lib here. A. 0. Benton and Misses Lillian hud Edna Davidson visited Tri?nds at Granville Sunday. Miss Lillian M. Phelps will nre 011 C. H. Francis has goueto Mar ton, Alberta. Canada, where ho will engage in the ranching: busi­ ness. A shooting- affray took place in the alley back of the Robbins home Fvidav night. So one was •injured. M. Sl...

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. — 13 May 1903

(i. IJ *-WiWfW.jK THE WARD CO. INDBPENDENT. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX. D. COLCORD, ENTERBD JUNE PUBI.ISHKR. EDITOR. 18, 1902, OONGKE88 AS SBCOND-CLA8B MATTKB, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT OF OF MARCH 3, 1879. Neck Hendrickson had two blocks surveyed east of the mill ii ud will sell fine lots for .$150 each. Henry Auslander has ordered anew $200 bakery wagon for 1 lis city trade. It is the finest ever brought to the west. He is enjoying a fine trade and de­ serves it. C. Jacobson & Co. are shipping goods all over the west. An ele­ gant gasoline stove was shipped to conductor Smith of Havre, .Mont. The Minot base ball team litis n-dered blue suits with white let­ ters. The boys gave a grand ball in the opera house briday night. Martin .Jacobson sold $30,000 worth of goods in April. Con­ siderable better than April 1902. Already he has sold a number of liav rakes, mowers and binders. Eaton «fc (Jiames unloaded at Sawyer a.1. 1. Case steam break­ ...

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. — 13 May 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX, PUBLISHKH. ft. D. COLCORD, EDITOR. ENTERKD JUNE 18, 1902, AS SKCOND-CLABS AIATTKB, POST-OFFICE, NINOT, N. D., ACT OF OONGBBS8 OP MARCH 3, 1879. Neck Ilendricksoii had two blocks surveyed wist of the mill «ind will sell fine lots for #150 each. Henry Auslander has ordered anew $200 bakery wagon for his city trade. It is the finest ever brought to the west. He is enjoying a fine trade and de­ serves it. C. .Jacobson & Co. are shipping goods all over the west. An ele­ gant gasoline stove was shipped To conductor Smith of Havre. Mont. The Minot base ball team has ordered blue suits with white let­ ters. The bovs gave a grand ball in the opera house triilay night. Martin Jacobson sold .$30,000 worth of goods in April. Con­ siderable better than April 11)02. Already he has sold a number of hay rakes, mowers and binders. Eaton Ac Grumes unloaded at Sawyer a J. I. Case steam break­ ing outfit—one of t...

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. — 13 May 1903

?f' K'# *$.'A. .4*1 1 lA\ty «SSI 4* #K A* .. «g£g 1 W'V W^ wwwww-ww^ Wr4r*MJiTopics »3 flifcftj "fev 181 5^ km i^ 1 !$&/ iff' C^',y ,*»r ,* ""^"j Flax D-t cents. £S-mV -y 1 Palermo celebrates May 17. Bi-Bi—opera house Thursday Bowbells has 360 souls and will incorporate. For ice cream and soda water try the'Palace drug store. Dr. Storey has a, telephone, No 134, in his dental parlors. Geo. Thompson has completed Miss Stevenson's residence. A daughter was born fo Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ellefson Saturday. -v The ball given by the base ball bovs Friday night in the opera house was a great success. 202 tickets were sold. .Toe Fahnlender. the Optic's city editor, resigned and has gone to'*$)evils Lalce. Joe made a good record in Mi not. G. E. Smith spent Sunday at Devils Lake and accompanied a crowd of several hundred to the lake where an enjoyable day was spent. |jh On May 28, round trip tickets will be sold from Minotor Surrey to Belle Fontaine, Ohio, for $34 good foix.30 days on account...

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. — 13 May 1903

1!: ill A if a 7 THE SECRET OF SUCCESS. Some Plain Truths Divulged by "Self made Merchant. Boys are constantly writing me for advice about how to succeed, and -whej I send them my receipt they say that I am dealing out commonplace ^generalities. Of course I am, but that's what the receipt calls for, and If a boy will take these commonplace generalities and knead them into his job, the mixture'll be cake. Once a fellow's got the primary business virtues cemented into hfs character, he's safe to build on. But when a clerk crawls into the office in the morning like a sick setter pup, leaps from his stool at night with the spring of a tiger, I'm afraid that if I sent him to take charge of a branch house he wouldn't always be'around -when customers were. He's the sort of a chap who would hold back the sun an hour every morning and have It gain two every afternoon if the ILord would give him the same discre­ tionary powers that He gave Joshua. And I have noticed that he's the fellow who i...

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. — 13 May 1903

LOVES THE PRAIRIES. Mlsa Anna Gray It Delighted With Her Western Canada Home. Anna C. Gray Is a young lady form­ erly of Michigan. She is now a real dent of Western Canada, and the fol­ lowing, published in the Brown City (Mich.) Banner are extracts from a friendship letter written about ..-ch 15 to one of her lady friends in that vicinity. In this letter is given some idea of the climate, Boclal, educa­ tional and religious conditions of Al­ berta, the beautiful land of sunshine and happy homes. Over one hundred thousand Americans have made West­ ern Canada their home within the past five years, and in this year up­ wards of 50,000 will take up homes there. Miss Gray took her leave for Dlds bury, Alberta, the home of her sister and other relatives and friends on jan. 10 last, and after a two months' so­ journ in her western prairie home, she writes of it as follows: "I know I shall grow to love the prairies. We have a beautiful view of the moun­ tains and it seems wonderful to me t...

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. — 13 May 1903

CoTJTEST N OTIOE. Department of The Interior United Btnttts Land Office, Minot, N. D., April 14,1903. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this otlioo by Muhlon U. Antrim contestant against H. E. entry No 7551 made May 8th 1901, for the se of Sec. 28, township 150, Range 81, by John O. Studebaker conte.stoc, in which it is alleged that said entryman has I wholly abandoned said tract for a per­ iod of more, than six months last past, and in fact, pever did establish residence thereon and has never cultivated the same. And that said allegod absen­ ce from said land was not due to his em­ ployment iti the array, navy or marine corps of the United States as a private Holoier, officer, marine or seaman during the war with Spain or during nnv other war in which the United States may be engaged. Said parties are hereby noti­ fied to appear, respond and offer evi­ dence touching saiu allegation at 10 clock a. m. on .June 9th 1903 before the register and receiver at the United...

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. — 20 May 1903

VOLUME a. NUMBER 5. "BI-BI A COMPLETE SUCCESS. Bi-Bi, given under the auspices 1 of the Ladies of the Presbyterian church in this city last Thursday flight, was attended by a large fcrowd, $178 being the proceeds. The ladies receive half of this amount, the money to be used in lib living new pews for the church. The play is a very pretty thing in itself, and was put on admir­ ably by the best local talent. I Miss Champlin acted the part of Bi-Bi the French doll to perfec­ tion. The first scene was the shop of Gluepot the toyman-Ar­ thur Metcalf. Twenty or more dojls adorned shop. Sylvania, a retired fairy—Miss Ruby Bobbins, succeeded in waking the dolls by the use of smelling salts. Prince Caramel, a gentleman-Mr. Itip Jey, fell in love with Bi-bi, but the man in the moon--John Mac Kay, came down and induced her tfiAike a trip with him. The •(SaftCman-l)r. Storey, succeeded in restoring the dolls to their n^tWal state. His singing at the opening and closing of the play was superb. T...

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. — 20 May 1903

WARD CO INDEPENDENT TKUAX & Coi coirp. Publishers. MINOT, Ward Co., N. D. Shamrock doesn't seem to be a very iucky name for a yacht. As a good spring tonic a medium* «ized garden spade is not bad. Japan is convinced that Russia is trying to arrange an open trapdoor. 'Tis a poor woman that can't get the best of an argument with a man. This is the time in the baseball sea­ son that the pennant is most easily won. Misfortune is a hard road to travel Lord Barrington has gone from buffets to a buffet. Feather beds, it is asserted, are coming in again, but the statement may be taken on tick. The man who conceals his failures will in the end triumph over the mai who trumpets his successes. If Hetty Green had only been Rus­ sell Sage's wife, then both of them would now be satisfied with life. The testimony regarding the death of Mr. and Mrs. Fair ought to be a warning to all reckless automobilists. A New York woman has just paid $1,650 for her spring hat. What a Joy it must be to husban...

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. — 20 May 1903

I U/AAn Office and sheds, No. Ramstad St. •i+®+©+®+®+ Dn E. A. Crokat, LOANS. PINAL PROOFS. FARM LANDS. We Will Loan You Money On your land. 10 PER CENT STRAIGHT. No bonus. You get your money when you sign the papers. I We Will Make Your Final Proof IV1« D«» C* JVI.» L«» R.« C. S«» Edinburgh. Sirrgeon to Great Northern Ry Office and Residence over P. P. Lee Store. Minot, WE WILL SELL YOU LAND ON EASY a PAYMENTS. •©•©•©•©•©•©•$•$• «Sueur Bradford* Minot, N. p. ©•©•©•©•©•©•s#®*®®# •«•»•©•©•«•©•©•$• .©•®* COAL Hard, Soft and Lignite Coal, Hocking Valley Coal. Dry I WUvl/ vp lar and Jack Pine Tamarack, Oak. Pop- R. W.JONES ©•©•©•©•©•®#®#®4®®* •©•©•©•©•©•©•S^S* Go to the New Drug Store For Drugs, Medicines, Per-1 fumes, Toilet Articles, Cigars Telephone97. VV. 5« Hawl©y. 4^H4)i4)4KS««+®^KSfr®+t MONEY! MONEY! In the past year I have loaned more money in Ward County than has been loaned by all others on all classes of property. I charge no commission and no bonus. I $ will make you a loan ...

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. — 20 May 1903

uttfe/vfc« iiiwwipiagw «*j $ jf1?1" ,T 'V\ mMt •rs- :u 1 .( '•»,'' v, 1 'nV-rv, ^*•»#**.'««•#'*» "'V* V«w {T tt-5','" "sT i.,J .r'^~* «. i' i,.-t THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. I DO PDBUSHED EVEKY WREJPKES.D^Y.' ',F''' 1 stnt TRUAC &. COLCORD. )14,1 C.^.'TRU.fx." PUBMSHE*. A' C. P. COLCORD,' KPITOK. J-SSS I •MTKRED JUNE 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS No .'*A^TER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D,, ACT Q1 I COHQRBS8 Of MARCH 3, 1870. JOURGEN OLSON SHOT. Jourgen Olson, one of Minot •prominent lmd men, was shot 'Tuesday evening in the right leg t»?t\veen the knee and the ankle, t,.,T Eriek Mattheson, a young man who contested his claim re­ cently.. Mattheson unsd a shot gun loaded with No. shot and tired at a range of less than 30 yards. Olson had been digging stone on his claim 14 mile. west of Bowbells, and about 8 o'clock started home with Ole Roi.niug's team and a stone boat which ne had used. To avoid a coulee he passed over a corner of Matthe son's land and saw three men Mattheson, his father ...

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. — 20 May 1903

•-qpvin-*-- ADITIOIVAL LOCALS. home office while 1). C. Green- leaf is transacting1 business in Illinois for two weeks. Matt Russell, the twelve-year old son of P. H. Ilussell, who was injured Thursday noon, died about 5 o'clock that afternoon. He suffered terribly from his in­ juries and his death came as" a great relief. The funeral was held from the Catholic church Saturday afternoon. The laAv firm of Blaisdell, Sut ron & Beede are interested in quite a, peculiar case. Peter M. •Johnson of near Ken mare is in­ sane at Jamestown and a guar­ dian will be appointed to make the1five year proof. It will be necessary to keep up the iin pro vents. The threatened strike on the G. N. has been declared off, the company giving- the conductors a brakemen twelve per cent in­ crease on passengers and fifteen per cent more on freight trains. For double headers they are al­ lowed 1 per cent east of Havre .and 2 per cent west- Fred McGulpin put in an ele­ gant line of cigars, tobacco, can­ di...

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. — 20 May 1903

y, »*f- t: ADITIONAL LOCALS. D. A. Dinnie, John Lynch and Mrs. John Shirley left for Grand Forks Monday night to attend the A. 0. U. W. grand lodge. K. E. Leighton returned from Williston to take charge of the home office while I). (J. Green- leaf is transacting business in Illinois for two weeks. Matt Russell, the twelve-year old son of P. H. Russell, who was injured Thursday noon, died about 5 o'clock that afternoon. He suffered terribly from his in­ juries and his death came as a great relief. The funeral was held from the Catholic church Saturday afternoon. The law firm of Blaisdell, Sut ron & Beede are interested in quite a peculiar case. Peter M. Johnson of near Kenmare is in­ sane at Jamestown and a guar­ dian will be appointed to make the-five year proof. It will be necessary to keep up the im pro vents. The threatened strike oil the G. N. has been declared off, the company giving the conductors a brakemen twelve per cent in­ crease 011 passengers and fifteen per cent mo...

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. — 20 May 1903

1 .•Minpr Topics.• $ i- Flax 94 cents, Eels are being- Ciftight in the lake between Kpiimare and Bew bells. A freight car was derailed and damaged in the G. N. yards Sun­ day. Mr. tind Mrs: Paul Evans drove in from the country Sun­ day and visited relatives. Carl Calumdan's foot was am­ putated at the Hospital. It was broken in February and the bone became diseased.1 Twenty couple enjoyed a pleas­ ant dancing party at the Wind­ sor hotel Monday night. A fine supper was served.' People are beginning- to won­ der who our game warden is. Several things nave been going on which needs his attention. The shooting tournament to be given by the Minot Qua Club will be held in this city July 8. This is the day following the state meet. fiTrank Slatky: '1 feel that I owe every man in the country a keg of beer. I cannot express thefeelings I have for everybody on account of the big rain." Geo. Johnson, of Stanley, did not know it was loaded aiid the bullet from his revolver entered his eye comi...

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. — 20 May 1903

1 8 look or say good-bye to me. He «u I the last DMsenrAr aboard.' OOBS NOT LIKK TOURISTS. ••J. OUPI editor Vents Hie Opinion of Vanderere on Rariti^ Surface. nee his recent visit to Havana, a, whore he dined with men from :y part of the world, Bob White of Mexico (Mo.) Ledger seems to taken antipathy to tourists as lass. In a recent issue of his pa he says: "The party was not a one, either"—the world is'nt large after all. Mr. White asts" the tourists, and especially Americans, who are now "doing" /ana by thousands. "A regrettable :ure of the tourist," he writes, "is absolute lack of consideration nd among many of them—their ilessness—and disregard for the racy of homes, sacred edifices, or •rover else their bent takes them. I ft. LODISYILLI, KT- a year or mora T« been suffering tor .. I have with severe pains in the small of my back and kidneys had tried a number of remedies but without TW -r JOHN E. KRA.- 3433 W. Main act.—(Fore roan ricat* Tobacco EBSHN.WMS.— a bad pain In back1...

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. — 20 May 1903

fi & I mM ii *U- $5000 Jv T. Child Psychology. 1 One hundred children were handed each a hot iron. Thirty-three boys and eighteen girls said "Ouch!" Twenty-five girls and ten boys said "Oouch!" "Of the girls who -said "Ouch!" sev­ en had pug nose$ and toed in. Thirteen boys born of foreign par­ ents said "Oouch!" The conclusions to be tfrawn from this interesting experiment will be embodied in a book and published In the Practical Scienee Series.—Life. A :Hall's Catarrh Cure* -'y- Is taken internally. Price, 75c. Snatched a,Doughnut. •,••• Harold had been sent to the home of a friend of his mother's, and had been told to hurry home the' moment the errand was done. When he reached the home of Mrs. B. he found the family about to sit dowa to sup­ per, and on the table was a plate of tenq£tag-looklnfe doughnjita a dainty of which Harold was particularly fond. "Will you not stay and eat supper with us, Harold?" asked Mrs. -B. "No, ma'am, thank you," said Har­ old, "I haven't time. I...

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. — 20 May 1903

9fe tholly 1 I $ Vt p: 1 1 mmfsss CONTEST NOTICE. Department of The Interior—United States Land Office, Minot, N. D., April %im. A sufficient contest affidavit having Ken filed in this office by Mahlon G. Lntrim contestant against H.v E. entry 5io, 7554 made May 8th 1901, for the so 3£ of Sec. 28, township. 158, Range 81, by Fohn O. Studebaker contestee, in which ia alleged that said entryman has abandoned said tract for a per­ iod of more than six months last past, md in fact, never did establish residence thereon and has never cultivated tae same. And that said alleged absen­ ce from said land was not due to liis em­ ployment in the army, navy or marine corps*,of the United Statos as a private goldier, officor, marine or seaman during the war with Spain or during any other war in which the United States may bo engaged. Said parties are hereby noti­ fied to appear, respond and offer evi­ dence touching said allegation at 10 o' cloclc, a. m. on June9th i903 before the register and r...

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