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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 March 1905

wm Sr1 fi V^[ &• IP IS r*«r 1 •v.tnast ,:Macaroni Iv ip fifes Jfc •m 'mU MINOT IN THE THROES OF THE STURDY FAR The greatest day of its kind that Minot has seen, or that any city in the entire state has ever witnessed, was Saturday, March lltli, Farmer's Day iu this city. Fully 2000 sturdy tillers of the soil, the bone and sinew of the J3*eat Northwest, were enter­ tained royally in Minot. The occasion may "be credited in the first .place to" the Soo road, which is ever the friend to the farmer in anew country, by running a Special Seed Train from JTargo to Portal, extending over a period of two days. Fully Two Thousand Earnest Men visit Ward's Metropolis Saturday, and Listen I to the Speeches of the Agriculturist Ex perts*- -Everything Free to Farmer on that Day, Theatre and All. Business Men Sell at Liberal Discount the Entire Day and do Great Business* The The Independent was Liberal and 27 When it was first learned that the seed train was to stop for an Itlur and a half in Mi...

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 March 1905

fZESi. ft TOJT»» WT*F l)r. Osier would chloroform all men over 00 years of age. When this announcement was made in Minot last week there was weep­ ing and wailing and gnashing of .teeth. "It's an outrage," ex­ claimed Colonel Marcy, "Fin a better man than I was ten years ago. My. sight is growing bet­ ter, I can think better and I know I can make a finer plea be­ fore the bar." Regarding the chloroform subject, Owen Hecker says: "Do I want to .Jb»e chloroformed? flot much. Why, I am past 83 years and cut all my own wood. 1 am as young as 1 used to be ten years ago," and Owen cut a pigeon wing and did HE SLEPT WITH Sam Pompelli, the notorious jail breaker, was captured ten miles west of Portal at the home of a man whom he supposed to be his friend. Pompelli escaped from the Minot jail at three o'clock in the morning, during the terrible cold weather, several weeks ago and all efforts to locate -him were futile, His train was struck several times, but the wily fellow always managed to...

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. — 15 March 1905

WfiU Uk j^s. I- t- P- mmm L. E. Wallace. Min6t, silver mine UILT.S. •Kj--Ed Long, Surrey, macaroni.wheat. •*57—Ed Long, Surrey, W. R. oat?. •*8— Mrs. C. II. Pleasant, Minot, bread. •'59—Gus Larson, Ues Lac, 526 gopher tails. 40—John Boardman, Minot, turnip. 41—John Boardman, Minot, potatoes. 12—A. E. Woolverton, Minot, Lincoln oats. 43—A. E. Woolverton, Minot, Minn. B. b. 169. 44- Mrs. Ed. Long, Surrey, 1 doz. eg»s. 4o— 1 lb. butter 40-- macaroni bread. 17—A. A. Larson, Foxholm. potatoes. 48— J. J. Hunnewell.Burling'ton, butter 49— flint corn. Olaf A. Olson, Minot, S. F. wheat. rl- Mrs Anna C. Olson, Minot, 1 lb. butter. 52-L. E. Wallace, Minot. macaroni wheat. 53- Mrs. A. Larson. Des Lacs, butter. 54-Mrs. D. H. Funderburg, Surrey, 1 dozen eggs. 55-Mrs. D. H. Funderburg, Surrey, butter. 56- Mrs. D. H. Funderburg. Surrey, ^cottage cheese. 57 -Mrs. D. H. Funderburg, Surrey, "Rax. 58- Kubanka, Surrey, macaroni. 59- G. Monsmitli, Minot, rutebaga. tiO -Isaac Burg, Minot, oats. 01—Mrs. C....

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. — 15 March 1905

HJ1- We are in the field to buy some cheap farms. We also loan mpnlfy on farm lands, and can give the partial payment privilege if desired. We would like to make your proofs and conduct your contest cases, is we have had many years experience at this sort of work. Write to us or call on us. Offices over the new Postoffice. MOOHEY, CHAMPINE & JOHNSTON, Investment Bankers. Windsor Hotel. Jaha HaeOta|er, Prap. Bates. II to ••145 PS* day.. Bxoelleat Ac^mmG.dations. Coraer2d and Rwostad St»., ene Block West of-5ooDepot. MINOT, N^D. WB 1CAKB A SPECIALTY OF Cisterns aRd 6imral Stone Work' We rivo estimates free of charge. We can give references, bat our work is our best reference. OSBORN BROS. Headquarters [Mercantile Hotel. MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA. JOHN SWANSON. O. 3. ONNESTAD. For Stone, Brick, Cistern, and all kinds of Cement Work, and Plastering, SEE——• SWANSON & ON NEST AD They are union men and understand their business. Their work is guaran­ teed. Headquarters at Scandinavian Ho...

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. — 15 March 1905

S I I *he .THE IBard of County Commu sioners ofiWard Cnuntv *3(S sioners of|Ward County, ^Nortfa^Dakota The Btmfd at County Commissioner* of Waad county met in, adjourned ses­ sion on (be 6tfc day of March A. D. 1905, at 9 o'clock a. m. with all tho members present, Commissioner Black in tho rh»ir. After looking ovor SBVpnil matters the board at 12 adjourned until 2 o'clock i»' AFTERNOON SKSSION. "V The board met as per adjournment with all the members present. Comniis sioaer Black in the chair. Commissioner Richardson moved thai the application of L. XI. Dow, J. J. De Laney and H. C. DeLanev for a tele* phono line franchise in the county of •J/fBtA 0C accepted and granted as asked form their application, which was duly seconded and carried, Dlaf A. Olson presented an applica tion and affidavit asking for rebate of 'laxes &n#. assessment on lot No. 6. block No. 21, Minot, which was on motion duly seconded, accepted and granted as per petition presented. Carried. On motion duly s...

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. — 22 March 1905

Si I !s A! mt- '•i *T A."i ^'Y.fvO^W.-^.v.^y-ii ,5m $ •xz. & 2% 4 *'js& it*!, I CIRCULATION I 3,049 j*y* Sy ffM-' "i v- yr, l' Rapes LittloDcA Lacs Girl, iA report comes, to the Ixdk Lacs that a young man pendent i* from Des f.. NEVER REFUSE... sixteen year old named Emerson committed the crime of rape upon the nine year old dabgliter of Frank Lissek Saturday. Th$ bov has left the country and Sheriff Lee offers a reward of $50 for his arrest. The deed was committed in a coulee north of J)es Lacs while the girl was on her way to the home of a neighbor. Emerson while young, is as large as a man. Indignation runs high at Des Lacs over the affair. Opens Banking Office G. J. Albrecht, cashier'of the Union National Bank, which is to open in this city the bitter part of April, has opened an office temporarily in the front of Alartiri JaCoBHdfrS'store. is in a position to make commer­ cial loans and loans on farm property a "V»fSj& $S$J# -To Look Ovor- lgil|i^li§| Our Line of Ri...

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. — 22 March 1905

l' 'lELJv feu* I I*' I '4 'r ,f. iw»m|'rtr tp^tr \W™^W m-TL 1 rs'^1'^ MMW $ m,-* 'SWaMFWfc •MM!® W*" 'W? f# r£lie If"' iflSIWOjP H-. "n 1 THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT •kit. $ vf Published Eifery Wednesda C. F.'TRUAX, Publisher 6. 0. C0LC0RD, Editor KntereU .lune In 1902, A to on re so a 3 I 1 i).. ^VI:DNI:sday, MAW A committee of Bottineau businessmen went before (Jo v. Sillies to prevaiLupou him to approve the bill appropriating Sin.OOO for a school of forestry at Bottineau. & yys _»••,«"•'•.%!,• ISww'-^^s. Minot believes in being good to the farmers. Now, let the lNi»r.i'K.M)KNT suggest one little thing which might be done with a part of the money left from Farmer's Day. Put up a public watering trough on Main street. The farmers will be deeplv grateful to our citizens if this is done. „. 5. it- •»••$ *&'• %&t V.C $ -iJt, One of the most sensible laws passed b.y the legislature is the one prohibiting boys under IS years of age from loafing around billiard and pool halls...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1905

't-jiSIR--*-1XF,!„•.TF•. mmm 2r7 -r '11 (0 ffe 'tilt ft & WjJM »-M»V A. S :Dear vSir' -%i Minor Topics :!Sherwood vvill have a baseball team. ,T %, Eggs only.l." cents a dozen in Minot. (lood fresh ones, too. Airs. .Bartholomew has let a. contract for a 12500 residence. r. B. Hayes lias returned to Moliall from Minnsota where he spent the winter. Attorney L. W. Gammons is spending a few days in the twin cities with his family. The dogs and pigs a^tGlenburn are so numerous that pedes­ trians take to the back alleys. Gov. White is living on his farm, near Mayville, superin­ tending the putting of his crop. Mrs. E. D. Glassfod is suffering from an attack of appendicitus. She is taking treatment at St. Luke's hospital. During the recent warm spell Perry Nolan at Tloss had four teams breaking for him and turned over 20 acres. The women in the fast resorts at Sherwood .are to be fined and the city will perhaps pave its street:? with money thus ob­ tained. 4 This is the time to go afte...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1905

W- 1 ®r i:W:& :#v •*. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commis* fioners of Ward County, North Dakota. (i 'JNTY AUDITOUS CERTIPICATJS I 'S»tafc- t-f North Dakota.) S« 4^.i.Ktv of ard. •, u\l••')!• Auditor of the county of Ward, in ti/e State of North Dakota, hereby .erti'y that the within bond is issued iiujfcijnnt to law. and within every debt iiatn ?aiposed by the Constitution or iawt of the State of North and said ioiu.ij. W of ha a a ii i"th Uftj- of March. 1905. ountv. S'c. 4. That each of said bonds shall sifted by the chairman of the board county commissioners and attested by iJbfc county auditor of said County, •vnd ji* .seal of said County affixed hcrfvk! and each of the interest cou ionv aitAched to each of said bonds to L« fc^nrcutcd by the original or litho ajaj'bfrtj fac-simile signature of the ("•taJnr-.-tn of said board and of said _!,ouf}ty aurlitor. Be*.. f. That when properly executed as aftriesaid, said bonds shall be sold and the proceeds deriven the...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1905

i:fjll Ulster.'' 0 10 iA •v Ah ?5! '$aS«SI rTHv :-V .i&ssfc rt ms^trnm £wr2: t\% -••:v'i^fe* V'.V .^tt '"TS£?:'..-V ""S&i&cs- (.'• *?J} i^^..'. Wm. Groves, of the firm of Groves & Safford, went over to the boom town of Lansford on St. Patrick's Day and par­ ticipated "in the "Seventeenth of Ire­ land" dance given there, and reports the time a good one. He says there was only one incident of importance that oc­ curred there on that day and that was the squelching of an Norwegian gentle­ man, who was heard singing:—1"Ireland, will be Ireland, when England is a pup." Through a change in the personnel of the Vanderwarker staff here, Manager B. B. Tasker will in the near future go to Minot to reside and will represent the company's interests at that point. 11 can be put down as a pertinent fact •that nil the boys will regret the depar­ ture of the tall and stately B. B. Billy James, former pit boss of the Vanderwarker mine, has gone to Rugby, where ho will look after his ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1905

5'^v A ikflf r) *A C^ "fty ps-' Brings the Borrower and the investor Together. Vou Want to «••,. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.--M Default having been made in the con­ dition of the hereinafter described Mort­ gage, which said default consists in fail­ ure to pay the moneys secured by said mortgage, and by reason of said default, the power of sale contained in said mort­ gage having become operative, and no action or proceeding having been insti­ tuted at law to recover the debt secured by said mortgage now therefore Notice is hereby given that that cer­ tain mortgage, executed and delivered by Minet Coal and Brick Company, a Corporation, Mortgagor, to Mouse River Lignite Coat Company, a Corporation, Lorenzo M-.. Davis, -Mortgagee, dated the 12th day of May, A. D. 1903, and tiled (or record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Ward and State of North Da­ kota on the 30th day of June, A. D. 1903, and recorded in Book 2 of Mortgages on pages 160,161,162, and 163 and which...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1905

3 &H, FOK i'CUUCATlOX. NOTICE 'rmuhUnmit of tho Intorlor, Oud OIT'lco at luot. N. ».i "February 10. l'.Wj. Ntv4ce is hereby given that tho followlng Uiimoti sotttsr has filed notice of his intention to make fluul proof in support of liia cliuin, and hut 8aii proof will he made before the regis tor and receiver U. S. Land Oltico at Minot, N. link,, on Murch25. UHI3, viz: John lieed, H. 10. No. 1-1007. for the oli uo!4 section 4, \v'£ noy section S. township 135, rungO'Ki, lie names the following witnesses to prove lii^teodtlnuons resilience upon ami cultivation of still land, viz! John Lulstrom. J. T$. Beeil. J. II, Seolielil. Frank Btisuck, all of Miuot, N. I). H. SAXHORN, Re«ister, JOHNSON. .* Atty. for claimant. 2-la-3-J2 *&\ 'v.XOTICK FOlt PrBLICATIOXi^ Department" of tho interior, Land Ufllco ot Minot, X. D. Feb. 17, 1905. Notice is hereby pivot) that the follow­ ing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in .support of hut claim, and that sa...

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. — 22 March 1905

-SriS, ti 'ft IV l- 1 ?. ^1- -~st -^r«Sn •"mm No Bonus. TOO MUCH GOOD OLD IRISH WHISKEY. 'Catch the man. HeisatliV.W these words Hnrrv Vier. who urns let out jail Thursday morn­ ing for striking a man en the head with a hammer at Sherwood, ran wildly from back of the eorper restaurant and chased the man who evidently was getting- away with what few belongings Harry had. Vier was hatless and coat less. The crowd followed him and the man who lie was chasing disappeared behind the "hole in the ground". Vier fell uncon­ scious to the ground and was ar­ rested by officers Strom men and Kimball and Sheriff Lee. He was suffering from a bad case of good old Irish whiskey. It is be­ lieved that he was not robbed of any money as he had none when let out of jail. He was taken back to the county bastile. Old Coins. J. T. Leuderback, of Lynch, has a number of old coins, one being over 600 years old. It is a Spanish coin and is dated 13|P0. Ilis father found it when -T. T. was a little boy. He wa...

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. — 22 March 1905

El 1'" I1 II Last week the W'- £'K wish to do no one an injury and simply print the let-* ter. The public can take it for What it is wqrth: OFFICE OF CHIEF or PROVINCIAL POLICE, MANITOBA. WINNIPEG, March 7th, lOOu. Chief of Police, ... Minot, N. 1). U.S. A. Siu:—I am in receipt of a letter aienburn. T. L. Smith examined some wheat which was sown three weeke ago It ha* riot started to sprout and is not damaged. $ Frank German is home from /Clyde, Mo., with a car load of farm machinery and horses. Frank declares lie saved money by shipping the oabve here, Barton Harrington the famous raiser of spuds, has returned from Powers, Minn., where he acted in the capacity of a' 'lumber Jack" all winter. He will farm "lis fine claim southeast of town Tthe coming season. If you want to re-roof your store building or business house, get the best roof made, the old fashioned pitch and gravel roof. Van Tuyl & Teutsch, Minot, NT. I Are you in love? If you are or not, be sure to take either your ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1905

& a fe* 4*\# €«if A 5f -,fe" fi* jfV "it*. s-r •JviT & -'ii fe:gi FASS' -FE«f, •g w„ fr' Ti?4*- S^v A AN HONEST COMPARISON 1 fw -..-'t. ......... WILL MENT T-i_ '«nt W' S-s? $' 1 •.rikj^thv v* E :-:v-,"'V"£'.,^ -.y *A ~"\f 'w -v5 54 The sanitary conditions of the city are very bad. This cannot be remedied unless a modern sewerage sj'stem is installed. To accomplish these improvements, the three per cent proposed in­ crease in taxes, would mean but and one north. &kr> 4 CONVINCE YOU. isfacti(?n~-that fgives you PUBLIC BENEFACTORS—but and views of .3 ,-t •*r f"W*| .w •3r» i**!!? .,v ''a. -i .\ V«t: v.-vi s"v"» 4* 1 "»a /y w^- •4*"* i: Mail Orders Promptly Filled. COMMERCIAL CLUB WANTS IMPROVEMENTS. A large gar he ring oi' the mem­ bers of the Commercial Club met at the rooms Tuesday night to discuss rhe proposed sewerage and water works improvements. The club pledged itself to work for both of the projects. Many of the members spoke and not 'oaf* said a word against the...

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. — 29 March 1905

i' E:' *3ijr *W»-3 S# fs? I*'' wrt3^Awtfro»iv 1 1 W 'ft WWi' 11K«*•» «t y«5^Ah HM4MH CIRCULATION NUMBER 49. VOLUME 3. MS 11 :#©tJ!*'^at$ depends entirely upon the kind of "works" you ha ve. We have a number of different makes in stock. When you want, a good timepiece, please remember we can fit?M you out with any grade up to and in­ cluding 23 jewel movements. For a good watch' at a reasonable price see"#* 'The Line'' before you buy, elsewhere." Wfttoh ln»p*ct«r for QT. NORTHBRN RAILWAY saw nearly 4000. Mr. Skang's jewel­* ry store in Battle X.ake will be in charge of his brother Ed. Skaug «nd THttcontinue' to be located in the postofflce building—Bat tie'Lake (Minn Rev iew. i."1 WPii |P» A good, serviceable case, whether of sllyerine or solid gold only" protects our watch move-" nient froiji injury.^ The time you get" -W.H. REIOHARTf The Miri&rJefer. *&&. A Boost for Minot. .1. Skaug writes to have Stiifr Review forwarded to Minot, N. D. hereafter, he having purchased a...

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. — 29 March 1905

1 c? -'liis K' Ha1' mr *4^* 1 t€P WM *w& -M sT- ^T'H^v{r There are :st8s 0r» mm THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Knteretl .Tune 18. 1002, us SeconU-Cluss D. Act of Couifress of Matter, March :t. Ihist MINOT, X. 1)., WEDNKSDAY. MARCH 20. 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Now let the sprinkler man get busy. The streets have been very dusty the past few days. You ean always size up town quite well by its alleys and its streets. A stranger has a poor impression of a city whose streets are dirty. An effort is being uiade by many Minot property owners, to make the lawns about their homes beautiful this year. A variety of trees always is popular. The Commercial Club well offer a prize to the person making the most beautiful lawn this season. Iu railroad circles there is a report that the Superintendent of motor power of the Great Northern, Geo. Emerson, has ar­ ranged for the removal of the railroad shops from Brecken ridge«to M...

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. — 29 March 1905

4 i8$VB isaste «*. U7H V& & #lv iUfrW*£ 4«* Jf—, ik W: -ft' Vs O CAU7 4a TT II SpDf S ?w riS •& A IN 1 jUfT A. S. Blakey, Minot, N. D. Dear Sir:- Minor Topics i"' Hurd &^Mallory will build a 2 $2000 cottage fop Frank Ander fiOll. Dr. Sweet bought a well bred sorrel mare from Andrews of ()akes. i- For cold use Blakey's White Pine Cough Balsam. It is guar an teed. hving' to the big rush of work, Hurd & Mallory have decided to put up a modern office building and wood working shop. For Commercial and Improved 5 0 Farm Loans, call on G. J. Al- 4 brecht, cashier of Union National Bank, which will open for busi- 6 ii ness the latter part of April. Tem 'u porary office, front end of Martin Jacobson's hardware store,Minot. The new Methodist church was dedicated at Kenmare Sunday. The auditorium is one of the finest iu Northwestern North Dakota. Hundreds of farmers out to­ wards Surrey have large fields ready to sow as soon as the weather will permit. D.S.Wolfe has 100 acr...

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. — 29 March 1905

lit £1 if I,* '.•?•'= a ft rf bank* ,, Merit Wins. I'. II. Baukol is gettinp: the large trade which he so well de­ serves. Mr. Baukol does not bene people to death teasing them to buy. He has a place of business and a telephone and is there to receive orders and tills them as promptly as circum .-tances will permit. His prices are right. He aims to charge enough so that he can afford to deliver 2,000 pounds to the ton and still make a living profit on the {roods. People are com­ mencing to realize this and his business is steadily increasing, ti I'LEAS ANT AND HARMLESS. Don't drug the stomach to cure a cough. One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus, draws the inflammation out of the throat,lunjrs and bronchial tubes, heals, soothes ami cures. A quick euro for Croup and Whooping Cough. Sold Tv MCCOY & Co. "Dr. M. H. Scholberg is now permanently lo cated in Minot with offices over the Post office. Phone 56. 1 you cannot eat, sleep or work, feel mean, cross and ugly, tako HollisterV R...

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. — 29 March 1905

8jr%* *t f.r I' th «-8 ',S Olenburn. rlougan's store building* is go rapidly. The Socialists again carried Tatman township. Otto Streimikes is back from the Minnesota woods. The Catholics had mass at rneir church, March 23rd. Christ Brodereen and others axe back from Algona, Iowa. Miss Van Moon is visiting fronds and relatives here. Mditor Gilbertson was at Kans ford on business one day last week. Teter Pollock nearly lost an e/e b\* the bursting of a bottle of aviid. The dance at Mr. Stroup's Thursday night was well at­ tended. Flocks of ducks are to be seen •r cemore, which seems to indi­ cate spring is here to stay. Mr. Keenan had his haen here last week to dispose of his farm machinery and household efiects. iP School was out Friday in the hi«rh room. Six months makes quite a and pupils siege for both teacher Remember I only advertise what I have and can do. "#%MW 9ft! JMfTV?? -1 Seed Time Will Soon be Here! The careful farmer jand the careful farmer is alwys the successful farm...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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