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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 April 1905

Straining MHk. Prof. F. W. Woll, in his Ik ink 011 "Dairying," says: Milk should bo strained through a fine strainer. By straining the milk in a room with fresh and pure air, a fitrpng infection of bacteria is not unft$ avoided, but the advantage is also gained that the ruilk is aired in the best manner. The animal odor of inilk as drawn from rhe udder, which is 80 unpleasant to many, will •not disappear to any appreciable ex­ tent if the straining takes place in the stable where the air is foul the •odor may, on the contrary, often in cr&tte by the milk being kept there forany length of time. In the fresli ai^bf the ralilc room the animal odor would, however, largely disappear. Th« straining of the milk may caupe germs of infection to be spread In the milk instead of removing them from the same. Hi at is if the strainer cloth is not changed often enough, or if tl»e wire strainer is not frequently cleaned. In such cases it will easily happen that tho finest dust-like im­ puritie...

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. — 12 April 1905

are'TWWpy notified that the fol Towing deairi®eu~linds and premises, t(*-wit: Lot number live (5), Block num­ ber fourteen (14) Brooklyn addition to the City of Minot wore heretofore and on the seventh day of December A. D., 1897, duly sold for taxes for the swm of nixty cents. That the time when the redemption period will expire for said hinds is the seventh day of December A. D., 15101), and that the amount re­ quired to redeem said lands, exclusive of the costs to accrue upon this notice, is the sum of two dollars and twenty one cents. All of said lands being situ­ ate in tfao County of Ward, State of !North Dakota. If you fail to redeen^tho sumo within rinety days from the date of this notice, a tax deed for the aforesaid land will be issued and delivered to the holder of the tax certificate, D^tgd at Minot, Nocth Dakota, this 20th day of March A. !., ]'.H)5. mr-t |Seal] Lons A. LARSON, 4-12-42-G Aditor of Ward County, N. D. NOTICE WHEN TIME FOR REDEMPTION WILL EXPIRE TO'JAMES A...

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. — 12 April 1905

Eg**-- y. •?K Penniless* W You Want to Brings Borrower Investor Together. BUILD or BUY®! Jourgen Olson, Lind Man, Minot, N. D. One of the best known and most prominent land men in this part of the state is .Jourgen (lson. who has offices in the Daeotah Jlotel block, Minot Mr. Olson has given the land business caret ill attention for several years and makes a specialty of farm loans. Tie has a large mmount of money to place on farms in this state and uses very good judgment the placing ol those loans. He sells land too. Mr. Olson stated to an Independent representative that during the past two weeks he ha-s disposed of eleven quarter sections ol laud. "..777 DESERTS YOUNG WIFE AND BABY. Claud McCallister, a young Missourian, Leaves Minot With Over A Thousand Dollars of his wife's Money.—Family Left Claud McCallister, who recently might go to Dakota and invest arrived in Minot from New Town, in a large number of acres. The Mo., with his wife and young small Missouri farm was sold baby...

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. — 12 April 1905

1 to'r'tfp'? W*"* 1 Vs 1 .*• set •*"K I 5 l£f. $ 5' Mr St f§ \V?T IV It ft* I A»~ -fe Friday night a garbage wagon back of his bakery and near his barn was fired and before much danger had been done, the fire was extinguished. Had the dis­ covery not been made just when it was, his buildings might have been in ruins now. On Saturday night another barn was fired and although the Minor Topics Look out for those prairie fires. This is the worst time of the year for them. 'Theold Logan postoffice will be revived and the name changed to Hecker. Juy Doolittle transacted bus­ iness at Minneapolis and other eiistern points last week. The brick work for the vault for the In ion National Bank is being laid at Jacobson's store. John Botz Sr. will build a fine residence in Minot this year and move from the farm after harvest. Stephen Gulseth has 200 fine large trees on his farm on South .l'rairie. They are white ash and ..box elders. A bad prairie fire raged west of Berthold Saturday night. Who...

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. — 12 April 1905

*-$ ii fc.', & v, N -iT m-: J5?: Ij.jliiii. III., u:'"' MMgyi'W'J 1 \V^ |Minor Topics L- S. Mallow, architect. Minot, N.D. A new bank has* beeti estab shed at Russell postoffice. Have your prescriptions filled Blake:' ?s by registered men. Granville business men de­ cided to not give the bonus of £2500 for a Hour mill. Leave orders for water at JR. W. /oii0ha -«al office. II. A. Myers, 1 inot. N. f. 3-22 Western wool is selling for 20 cents a pound. There is money if. sheep this year. Before building, get figures K-orn Van Tuyl & Teutscli. con tractors, Minot, N. D. Oats are being shipped from (.ranville to Japan. The variety is Russian oats at that. The largest and best line of ladies' and men's shoes in the county at J. W. Samuelson's, Minot, N. I. X. W. Com ford, the owner of (i)wnsites from lip the Great Northern, transacted business in Minot Saturday. F. Truax is spending a week his ranch superintending the irrigating of the land. His land n«s along the Missouri, in the...

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. — 12 April 1905

IFFIGIAL niOCEEDINGS •f the Beard of County Commis siouers of Ward County, North Dakota. TUKSD.W'H SESSION Tha board met as par adjo umment at 9 o'clock a. m. in the otUco of the coun­ ty Auditor with all members present, com. lilack in tbo chair. On motion of com. Carroll seconded by com. Richardson the report of Geo. A. McGee, States Attorney, for the quarter ending April 1, 1905, was ac­ cepted and approved. coiu. carroll moved that the petition of the residents of Township 157 ranee 84 asking for the organization of said territory into a civil township be laid orer until the May meeting which mo­ tion was seconded by com. Richardson and carried. Moved by com. carroll that th affi­ davit of Lewis Dunnen be accepted which motion was duly seconded by. Com. Richardson and carried. On motion the Board adjourned until 2 o'clock p. m. AFTERNOON SESSION The itoard met aB per adjournment at 2 o'clock p. m. in the Auditor's office with all members present corn. Black in the chair. On moti...

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. — 12 April 1905

•F*t f&i i- 'Wfirr.^/^-' rc-t CARPIO BLACKSMITH IS INSANE. I'eter Scenell. a Carpio black­ smith, went suddenly insane Sat­ urday evening and started for the country. He slept in straw piles and near Foxholm he dug a hole in the ground and built a jire iu it. He imagines that he is working for a telephone com­ pany. The old man has been tddicterl to the use of whiskey for thirty years and this is be­ lieved to be the cause of his in­ sanity. He was brought to Mi­ not Tuesday by H. Sandahl, l.'arpio's constable and placed in iail. The authorities hardly know what to do with him but it ie probable that he will have a trial and found insane and sent to the asylum. Scenell has been located at Carpio five years and is a good blacksmith. He was once foreman of the Great North­ ern shops at Wilmar, Minn. For Smuggling a Horse. IVuijj. Waterman charged with smugging a horse into Canada and trading it for another, and smuggling that horse back to Itowbells, was givenaliearing.be iore Joh...

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. — 12 April 1905

A, WW •v* nAb ', *v* i£V* ]&!$ 't'V t-, •.iff Jp v. V? Vfv/* fe' 1^^ l:f| Jos. 'ftnot of Burliogton says this is the'earliest spring be bos soon for «n«ay ?|^*year. Already n« 'has 75 acres sewn «nd win sow eighty «cres of ilaxydfc. -Many women make noat «wns of Miuney.«ach year racing chickens hatch •Vafcd from an iecnbator. The "farmer's wifo has many A Bartiettr'N. D., man, ho: last year ^'. predicted a b:g crop, in wutting to the 'Grand Forks-Herald says: "'The same & conditions that we observed during th« sun's et'iujnoK in 1887 and in 3.891, '95 '96 ^•and 1904 were seasons pro-bum per crops .... and the opposite' conditions produced .meagre ones existed during the sun's e«|uinoy on 4ho 21st inst. We would advise that .every acre of available land be utilized for seeding jmi ptses and all that can fee broke up ©f the prairie sod.—Ef. 2 Fa'rmer iBen'torer- My 'gnqphew that's just graduated from the academy says that "we Jive in a bright oases of knowledge surrounded en a...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 12 April 1905

s. *r»- MAY BUILD S00 DEPOT IN HEART OF CITY SapcrMcaJcat Peaaiajfaa is Trying to Se utrt Uti Close to Mail Street far New Dcpat Site. The INDEPENDENT has, been given a tip which looks straight, that the new Soo depot will be erected just north of the Soo tracks east of the Main street crossing. Superintendent Pen­ nington, of the Soo, was in Mi­ not two weeks ago and looked over the site. Since then nego­ tiations have been in progress, (lifers have been made for the lot?- but it seems that on two of them a clear title cannot be giv­ en. Mr. Pennington is expected here soon and the deal will likely •i)p. dosed then if it is ever closed. The Soo, it is said, will erdfct a modem, costly depot in this ,city, realizing that this is the most important point along the 'entire line. The Soo is bidding atop business—and is getting it. A Mean Trick. \'ie Christianson, Vic Swanson and Koy Smith report that a mean trick was played upon ther* while calling on lady friends on South Prairie one ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 April 1905

8^ %*#. it Vi 'w,. *j 3 3. NUMBER 5a. 5«S With«,*ery 25c spent in •ur store,' whether for re­ pair work or for goods pur­ chased, wo give one ballot to be voted for your favorite lodge, society, institution, ahgrch. Orders Taken for ...CUT FLOWERS.. STATE NEWS. I Norwich citizens pheir band. Dr. Wiig of Carpio has located it Kenmare. Norwich will have a $1500 2I100I house this summer. Frank Youn^pian, the popular eling man has xnoved to his claim near Tioga. A. L. Lokken's little son at Velva got busy with a seed drill and is minus the end of one of his fingers. Hickman, a Drake man, was fined $72, by Justice Freitag at Velva for stealing a harness from Ed Van Dine of Strawberry Luke. At Kenmare idle men are noti bfied to get to work or leave. Mi [not has a few fellows who should given exactly the same advice. v.s&Mr' *n W'T* ote for Your Favorite. WUUiMK A beautiful upright piano is the prize and is to be given away to the one receiving the highest number of votes by Sept. 14, ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 April 1905

4 -V g|!vv ,* if £?4\ s'grrcr. 1A4 n,r« I 11 '4. CHICAGO, i... a?S/is VgTMK IUJVKpSEIf. \t" J&r ?-?,' X'. 'v asr ulars or call on the bank* "THE ROAD WITH THE BIG BERTHS" This is the title given by the Chieago Tribune to the RATES: $1.00 and $1.25 per day. IN* •5 J: ft it W .'IRTX V»:4-AV,A MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY. This railway owns and operates its own sleeping cars and other equipment. The berths Are wider, longer and higher 'than berths in similar cars of other lines. The Pioneer Limited, The Fast Mail and threo other daily trains from Minneapo­ lis and St. Paul and Chicago. No extra charge to ride on these trains, but it is important that you in purchasing tickets East. name your route W. B. DIXON NORTHWESTERN PASSENGER AGENT 365 ROBERT STREET, ST. PAUL GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT" AUSLANDERS Bakery goods of all kinds, fresh every day. Meals served in connection. You are invited to step in and try our service. I AUSLANDER'S BAKERY, MINOT, N. D. THE GRAND HOTEL. ILD D8E1N ...

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. — 19 April 1905

.*'»! ^4. :fe tfigilffil flrr&4 ffT^Yp •'««. Wm. ^vi+rz**:*,. iCturcdAnn. Thehack te«n driven by Wm. Cfrosa rain awoiy on Main street Friday afternoon about lour o'clock, and w&en turning the ''far dlirect^jr in frpnt of the .it Northern Freight depot, 'if a Kiwk waa overturned throw­ ing the occupants, l^riaiid Mrs. William Par^er C)^ranee(P»rker mud ilittie ^daughter Esther, over and over until finally toe hS6k Wan torn -aH-to-'pieces. Those who saw the terrible sight hnidhot the faMMfc |dea tli^t iinyone of the occupants would eorite out tdive. ^bne^was killed, but all were jmipre pr to injfireKl. Mrs. Villtt|E|#' iwais picked up UIICOBSCMUS and jparned at onoe to |office." She soon recovdhld cbrf %ci0u8ness.and wasjound to have, yill the bones of her hand broken^ her back injured badly, her head praised and bleeding and was »tnerwise injured badly internal­ ly. Itis be^eyed^|hat 8he will eobm i^rn^m^e mmr iraS fi(it sligttfclyiniped. ler tegs was* bruiaad. Mfefer was^in....

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. — 19 April 1905

,„ ^ffiK**- ^V ?P#^ HER IDEA. Cholly—Is that her owe complexion? Corrye—Why, certainly she'e got money enough to buy fire or sis com* plexions. Convincing Evidence. Lawyer—Would you believe the •worn testimony of thi9 man? Witness—Certainly not, sir. Lawyer—And why not? Witness—Because, sir, that man hates to tell the truth. He always did. We were boys together, anfi »aeiio ory when the'teacher made him say two and two made four., Lawyer—Anything else? Witness—Oh, yes. Once he was ill and described the symptoms so th* (he doctor prescribed for a sprained ankle when he was suffering from neu­ ralgia in the head. Lawyef—That will do. Wanted the Figures. "What became of that perfumer who opened the big establishment over on Maiu street?" asks the returned citi­ zen. "He failed sis months a^ro." answers the native. "His business went all to smash and his creditors had to take hie -stock in lieu of a cash settlement," "I wonder how many scon is riu-y got on the dollar?" TWO EXTREMES. "DM...

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. — 19 April 1905

ALL ,• ORDER IfOUR EASTER SUIT NOW. The Season for COUGHS AND COLDS is at hand and everybody is liable to catch cold. Of course, you may get somfe horebounc! candy, a box of cough drops, have your rnother make some flax seed tea with a stick of licorice in it, rub on some skunk oil and turpentine, take a dose of kerosene and if (j i. Thresher, A Drill, MINOT, NOTICE WHKX TIME POIt REDEMP­ TION WILL. EXPIRE. To JAM. R. BROWN, You aire hereby notified that the fol­ lowing described lands and premises, to wit: Lots eleven [11] and twelve [12], block number thirteen [13], Brooklyn addition to the city of Minot were here­ tofore and on the seventh day of Decem­ ber A. D„ sum of one dollar and eighty four cents. That the time when the redemption period will expire for said lands is the seventh day of December THIS FAILS you may ask your neighbor what he used, etc. These remedies may be all right, but, if you want a speedy cur6 get a bottle of our White Pine and Tar Syrup which is scientif...

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. — 19 April 1905

THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT hiMlihtd Evtry WiAmtfir-: C. f. TflUAX, PrillstH 8.1. MLHll, Effltf Kutercfl'June 18.lattS, as Second-Class Matter. Postottce. I A re so a 3 1 8 7 MINOT, N. D.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 19. 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. In New York City hundreds are dying from cerebro spinal meningitis, which is said to be contagious. ^Over 100 died in one w:ek. Two young fellows at Bottineau forged a cheek for 75, cashed it and skipped. One was detected at Oroemee. His parents covered the 75 in the bank. The lad' had a close call to the pen. The Hyder News receives information that the Underwood branch will be extended 20 miles this year in a northerly direc­ tion. This will bring the railroad within .25 miles of Ryder and the farmers are already planning on putting in large crops. This will likely cut off quite a little territory from Minot. Two Frenchmen arrived in Winnipeg clad only in news, papers, copies of the Le Petit Parisien, a French paper. They are walking across the conti...

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. — 19 April 1905

&SZ S[arch Ole Oen who lives southwest of Minot is making all kinds of money selling trees which were planted.some years ago in order jhat he might prove up a tree claim. Mr. Oen is selling very fine large ones for only fifty cents tach if the buyer prefers to dig ehem, or $1.00 if he dig's them. Theo. Bruning from eighteen miles north of the city, will put 800 acres into crop this year. That's farming on a large scale. This is something for the eighty acre eastern farmers to note. "North Dakota farmers who are returning from the east say east­ ern farms look like garden patch­ es to them. Chas. Seaton, a farmer liviu two miles from town advertise in the Independent Inoepenbent would buy good young calves. The result was that Mr. Seaton received replies to his ad and has bought so many calves that he has found it necessary to take yhe notice from the paper. The advertisement has more than come up to his expectation. We re this simply as example, farmers should advertise more. If...

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. — 19 April 1905

i. *v f\: tc r»?Prf', 1 ?tr# it Brings the Borrower and the Investor Together. A HURD. phone Jr i4 no. 137 BUILDER sl" i»5" 1# You Want to BUILD or BuW JJ W»Can Holp Youi If you have partly enough noney we will loan you the bal­ ance. What yon are paying in rent will pay the interest and pay the loan. Don't pay for the Landlord's house, but pay for a home of your own. If you hay© no money, open an investment account with us, and you will soon have enough so that we can lean you the balance to build or buy with. The First Series of Stock of the inot Bu riding Land Association Now Open for Subscription. Come in andTuIk With J. H. STENERSEN, Secretary, Office in SEAK .\"A RLE GOODS: We are closing out tiiir broken lines of winter goods at prices remarkably low. Our departments are all well-stocked. Remember that we pay the highest prices for butter and eggs. Yours for good, honest dealing, GLEVEN & HANSON, MINOT, N.D. WeTareJpreyared tojdojalljcl asses of job"workjat our shop. A HO...

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. — 19 April 1905

I kS *v.a W 1 .v"!W*5H *n According to the ordinance as it now reads with some altera­ tions, the Great Northern is to Urvj'ji the viaduct over its right to the north bank of Altk. •••*iver. The Soo will build the vk xluct over its right of way on Ward street while the city io On May 1, the (ireat Northern superintendent J. M. Davis, and thte chief dispatcher C. A. Stotler, with their various officers, will be removed from Larimore to Minot. In addition to these offi­ cers the city will gain many clerks, an assistant superintend­ ent, division road master, master mechanic, train tnaster, travel­ ing engineers, any of whom will have from one to five clerks. It is estimated that these addition :U officers will bring into Minot $2000 in the way of a monthly pay roll. The officers will occupy the large building which Frank Anderson built for a residence Berwick Youtb is Bad. Albert Mutson, a fifteen-year old Berwick boy, who is accused of shooting in the street and striking an old woman...

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. — 19 April 1905

mr 'mimmrnm v- •r r,: IS Frank Allen, a barber from ftalfour, was arrestee) in this eity •Sunday afternoon about four clftck by Officer Kimball. Allen was wanted badly by the sheriff •Ol Mc Ilenry county. He is diarged with committing rape upon Miss Mae Murray adaugn ter of a proiminent farmer living mear Balfour. Allen had always borne afarly good reputation «nd Friday evening asked the ^irl to take a drive. They drove About the country ana Allen made indecent proposls to her. Miss Murray endeavored to :protect herself but was choked nearly to' death and the, brut9 McGraw Buys Plumbing Business »|Frank McGraw haspurchaesd from Martin acobson his plumb n«j and steam fitting business together with the outfit and has snted the basement of the big hardware store. Mr. McGraw, for the past year, has superin­ tended this branch of the work tor Mr. Jacobson to the satisfac ti6n of all parties concerned, but tvlr. Jacobson has so many other interests that he thot best to dispose of this lin...

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. — 19 April 1905

1 I O it R"". A. D., !•*. .-.'R 1000, 1 I. .»' •m OT1CB.W1IBN TINB FOR WMUUTMN WttX BXPfKB. fe^rbC.R'Fn»HB». ". & YM are hereby notified that the fol described lands and premises, tm|^: Lot number fife (6), Block nnm tKf Jnrleeo (14) Brooklyn addition to tiie'City of MiritA wen heretofore and the seventh day of December A. D., 1897, duly aold for taxes for the Bum of vdzty cents. That the tioje when the redemption period will expire for said lands is the seventh day of Deoember and that the amount re­ quired to redeem said lands, exclusive of thejXMts to accrue upon thin notice, is tflpum of two dollars and twenty )te. All of said lands being situ [the County of Ward, State of Dakota. fail to redeem the same within mno^Blays from the date of this notice, a taxwed for the aforesaid land will be iDsuedflnd delivered to the holder of the tax certificate. Dated at Mi not, North Dakota, this 20th day of March A. D., 1906. Seal Louis A. LAJUBON, •1-12-42-6 Aditor of Ward County, N, D....

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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