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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 7 June 1905

AN EXCURSION TO MINOT Minot is getting to be quite a center. Sunday an excursion train was run to Minot from Harvey in honor of the base bal game which was to have been played between Minot and Ana moose. Over 100 from Ana» moosecameto Miuot expecting to see our boys go down in igno­ minious defeat. The hard rain of Sunday spoiled the fun. The Anamoose band accompanied the excursion train whicn was crowded with nearly 400 people from al 1 along the Soo line. 1 he Anamoose band consists of twenty pieces and is in excellent trim. The band gave a very creditable concert on the street. The train bore a banner on which was printed the word, "Ana­ moose. This is a lively little city 54 miles down the Soo and has 600 souls. Anamoose received a lot of good advertising Sunday and we hope that the base ball team will see fit to come to Mi­ not in the near future in more favorable weather. Tired out, worn out woman cannot sleep, eat or work seems as if she would fly to pieces. Hollister's Rock...

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. — 14 June 1905

I ,(! 'ft '7' fev CIRCULATION 3* i'. mmm DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE IF YOU'VE ABOUT TRACY MAKES BIG BIT WITH THE CROWS The Crows are with us this week, playing every night at the Jacobson. "In Old Virginia," was put on in, admirable shape Monday night. The entertain­ ment was given for the benefit of the Eagle band. The night was hot but quite alarge crowd greetd the popular company. The play was very well balanced. Each seems to be suited for his part. One never tires of seeing Mr Bar rington and Orpha Crow. They grow more popular year by year. Our old friend, A. W. Tracy, for­ merly with the American Book Co., is with the company this year. This was his first appear­ ance before a Minot crowd and he made a decided hit. The Crows will entertain you well. Don't fail to spend ah evening at the Jacobson ^pera house this week. & s. To make your summer one that you will remem­ ber and to have all the-fun pos­ sible you need a Kodak. Take pictures and have a collection of in­ teresting...

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. — 14 June 1905

I v{ *i£ I l.~ $r'M Zj&&f a V. 5 4 a f\»n, Co. THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June 18, 1E02, as Second-Class Matter, Postofflce, Minot, N. D. Act of CoiweSs of March 3. 1879 MINOT, N. D., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT, Gov. Devine is well-known as a very popular speaker in this part of the state. The Japs are not unlucky and Russia may be unfortunate if she has not retired from th« fight. Gollmar Bros, big show is due on the 19th with elephants, ti­ gers and circus lemonade and it might be a good time to remind visitors of the 4th of July celebration. A farmer stated to an INDEPENDENT reporter that he intended investing some money in Miuot town lots this fall. The fellow is sensible and if he is careful where he buys, he will double his mon­ ey. Don't buy the highest-priced lots that are on the market, but select some good portion of the city which will eventually be cov­ ered with goo...

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. — 14 June 1905

3 ##§§#§§##§$x$$ §$#§ §$$§§$§^ NOT, MONDAY, JUNE 19. The most refined tented enterprise on earth Gollmar Brothers Greatest of American Shows. Million dollar menagerie and Roman Hippodrome 100 premier acts given in 3 Big Rings, Elevated Stages and in mid-air 30 clowns, 10 champion riders of the world the famous Petit family, Europe's greatest acro­ bats the flying Mazzettas the Landown troupe, statue artists Maxwell-Nelson troupe of aerialists a herd of ponderous elephants Daisy, the playful baby elephant a Ylack Yark from Africa the only sacred white camel the only living black hip^otamus, from the river Nile. An amusement organization without a peer. Now the big­ gest and the best. Every morning at 10 o'clock the largest and most magnificent free street displays in the world seven open dens of savage beasts, massive steam piano, a score of bands, 10 kinds of music and historical and mythological characters. TWO PERFORMANCESDAILY Doors Open at I and 7 p. m. for inspec­ tion of the m...

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. — 14 June 1905

Seconds* SOME FAMOUS HORSES AT THE RACES. First Days' Meet A Big Success—"Hello Bill", A $2000 Horse Is Kicked And Had To Be Shot—Parker's Horses Get Two The opening meeting- of tin (ireat Northern Racing- Circuit tor the season is a,grand success. ,'ind the management certainly deserves great credit for the •a refill and thorn manner in uiiicli all details of the event •'ere looked after. One hundred thousand dollars worth of splen­ did horses wereentered for tlieya rious races. Amongthe most fam­ ous entries were those of "Ilanv with a. record of 2:0(. owned by Barney Barnes of Winnipeg. "Democracy'' is another notable with a record of 2:07# made on ine iuiuous track at Pough keepsie, N. V., in 1900. Tie is a dapper little ileebit gray, owned by Alexander Blame of Wawa nesa, Manitoba. Democracy's weiglit is but 900, but he i valued at the sum of $."000. The Ward County Fair and ilaoina- Association have charge of the meet here. It is otlicered as follows: C. H. Parker, presi -•"*!...

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. — 14 June 1905

Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready (or you tf Alerit Wins. P. H. Bttukol is getting the large track!which he so well de­ serves. Mr. Baukol does not bore people to death teasing them to buy. He has a place of business and a telephone and is there to receive orders and fills them as promptly as circum­ stances will permit. His prices are right. He aims to cnarge chough so that he can afford to deliver 2,000 pounds to the ton and stjill make a living profit on the goods. People are com­ mencing to realize this and his business is steadily increasing, ti I S. J. ROGNLIE, MUSIC TEACHES. Best Conservatory Method* Used. I MINOT. N. D. I A CONTINUAL STRAIN. Many men and women are constantly subjected to what they commonly term "a continual strain" because of some financial or family trouble. It weaas and distresses them both mentally and physi­ cally, affecting their nerves badly and bringing on liver and kidney ailments, with the attendant evils of constipat...

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. — 14 June 1905

iff® A FIRST. PURE SPRING WATER. Beginning Mondnv. I will deliver pure spring water taken from the famous stock yards springs, and I will guarantee it to absolutely pure. Get figures on five or ten gallon kegs, or bottles, pails, etc. The price will be very reasonable. J. P. DAVIS, The Waterman, Phone 41. MINOT, N. D. TMj class house completed for the least money, see me. F. R. MARRS. 751 Valley Street, MINOT, N. D. $50,000 To Loan on Farm Lands. RUNABOUT FOR $45.00 We can sell you an excellent buggy without top at that price* The buggy is made of fine material, is beautifully and durably painted, leather cushion and back* Looks just as good and will wear just as long as many higher-priced buggies* We can sell you a high-grade rubber=tired buggy for $85*00* Others and better ones for higher prices. We have a fine line of double buggies. We never were so well-stocked* Come in and we will take pleasure in show­ ing them to you. Costs you nothing to look our line over* We want to get a...

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. — 14 June 1905

•. -.)?•"!v' TT* V-, kry, I N sPW iii rr11f•"rlf1I'«rniir^ii''^ii ifi n.' nsi rii i* .ra iiiiiii .r. •[niiiniiiiiii No Bonus. ,OA^ JULY Your loan can be closed the day your application is made* made arrangements for an UNLIMITED amount of Eastern money which we can place on farm lands in this part of the state* Write for partic %dars or call on the AT The business men have raised hundreds of dollars for your entertainment, and have secured cheap rates to Minot from all points in the state* No pains nor expense will be spared to give you the best time of your life from early morning till late at night* It is expected that 30 brass bands will take part in the band tournament. Interesting races at the Fair Grounds. Minor sports will be pulled off during the day for the large prizes. Dr. Forbes, the eminent Philadelphia divine, will give the principal address. An Interesting Program Will Be Rendered. FIREWORKS IN THE EVENING! A Bowery Will be Conducted During the Day and Night! Grand St...

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. — 14 June 1905

A J* Kodol Wo make a special­ ty of farm loans. Do you need a loan on your farm? Come in and talk it over with us, if you do. We can satisfy you as to terms. The oldest and largest banking insti 1 tution in Ward Coun- 1 ty' VV II MONEY AT INTEREST. Works Sundays, Holidays and 2-4 Hours a Day. A SAVINGS ACCO NT MEANS irNDEPErNDBINCE. PEACE of MIIND and SECURITY from most of the Troubles of Life. It takes $1 to start a Savings Account which draws Four p&r cent Intorest. The Minot National Bank. Ask for the 1905 KodoPAImanac and 200 McCOY & CO., Mb IDERHAPS there are some who will wonder why the deposi so large. That is easy to explain. This institution good, conservative banking' basis, and there never was a tir •Money when this bank was the least shaky. Our depositor:? night with the full assurance that their money is receiving th Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Hail Insurance PROTECT your City, Town, Village and Farm Property against loss or damage by Fire, Lightning, High Winds, ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 14 June 1905

4' t. Minor Topics' Lot for rent—Inquire of Jerry Zlevor. at Minot Tailoring Co. A bouncing babv boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. *W. F. Gerrity Friday morning-. Manager Griffith of the Minot Grocery Co., spent several days in^rand Forks on business. Ben Williams from White Earth was brot to the home of his brother very ill the first of the week. Albert Johnson, a south prairie farmer, lost four horses from his barn and believes they were stolen. Melander, the harness maker, sold 30 sets of ox harness this season. Many oxen are used in the county. A. P. Slocum is. negotating with Golmar Bros, shows for the sale of his two bears, which are now nearly grown. Mrs. L. C. Pautsch and W. Kehvinkle from Dodga county, Wis., returned home after a visit with H. C. Detlaff of Lynch. .James Johnson's son, Kollie and George, and Geo. Tiller re­ cently dug out a den of seven wolves securing $81.50 bounty. Dan Hawkins, a prominent Chilcot lancher was in town Monday. Dan says his cattle are rolling fat...

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. — 14 June 1905

GALLA DAY Sawyer, IS'. D.. June 10th.—On yester­ day this enterprising little city of near­ ly 1'10) population, ^ere to have cele­ brated their fifth anniversary but nature's irrigation, the c'ouds, hovered the skies with mDi9ture in such quanti­ ties as to render attendance impractic­ able, but arrangements had been so perfect that the people who have made Sawyer what it is would not be defeated and deferred the celebration until today when the program was carried out as completely as though it were held yes­ terday. The people from Velva, Minot, Carpio and all townships f#r several miles were present and enjoyed the festivities in a harmonious manner from early morn until the shadows of the evening had closed the day. Quite a number of families enjoyed their dinners, the dainties prepared by the good ladies of this community, under the shade of the large trees along the banks of the river. The exercises began at 2 p. m., Mr. T. E. Tenney, of Sawyer, made the welcom6 address as fo...

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. — 14 June 1905

Land Office Business. MEN'S SUITS sell at 85.40, $6.00, 96.40. 87.00, $8J0O, $10.00 and $12.00. YOUTH'S SUITS sell from $2.00 up. REMEMBER—™"6 llMTlCmDCn Butter milk is sold at the Mi­ not creamery at five cents a gallon..4* tf The Blaisdell-Bird Company will fur­ nish you bonded abstracts of title and attend to your U. S. Land Office business for you at Mi net. tf. STOP* LOOK AT THESE PRICES! $3.00, $3.50, f4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 Ladies' Shoes all go at one price of Don't wait until they are all gone and then say: I'm sorry I did not call before W. E. MANSFIELD. CLOSING OUT SALE. MIINOT, IN. D. If Yoti Want a Good HOMESTEAD RELINQUISHMENT OR CHEAP DEEDED FARM, WRITE OR SEE W. D. GILLESPIE, RAY, NORTH DAKOTA. We got the land and will do business with you if you'll let us. May We Have Your Business? WE HAVE bargains in Houses and Lots in all parts of the City. WE HAVE abstracts of title, and guaran­ teethe correctness of every abstract by a bond for §10, 000.00. WE REPRESENT four of t...

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. — 14 June 1905

•ft Every Time A Comparison Is Made We Gain A Customer. iirmer, in. •. ore than 7 iill stano'.f :it' of th rencp Minor Topics The Miuot Fruit & Produce Co. are now in their new quarters in Peter Ehr's beautiful white front. Don't be bothered with flies. Get the latest in screens and screen doors at the Bovey-Shute Lumber Yard, Minot, N. D. Geo. Hecker recently platted the Third and Fourth Hecker additions) to Minot and is selling lots for $300. G. T. Murray, a solicitor of wide experience has been secured by the Independent. Mr. Murray is sending in some good reports and we feel that with a little extra effort, we will soon be able to boast of 4000 subsbribers— and real live ones at that. Minot. Jos. Rowan has remodeled his furniture store, enlarging it to twice its former size. He received a very large line this week. of new goods Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stiles re­ turned from a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Lulu FrazueBe midji, Minn. This is one of the (inist summer resorts in Mi...

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. — 21 June 1905

CIRCULATION 3,150 DO YOU ENJOY GOOD COFFEE? H- PRINTERS UNION The Minot Typographical jjUnion, No 376 has Tbeen organiz­ ed and the charter has arrived. The following were elected Tues­ day evening:— Pres. F. O. Gross Vice. Pres. E. A. Jaques Sec'y and Treas. G. H. Griffen Sergeant at arras, Zeno Brueg -|er Executive Committee, J. P. ^Underwood, E. A. Jaques, Zeno •|5ruegger. .1 MARBLE COLUMNS SHAKY The city jail has been over jiiaiiled again. Tuesday two .(trunks were put in, when they had sufiicently sobered up, they •broke out. Officer Kimball jeaught them, placed them in jail again and planked up the east wing. Some of the marble eolumns are getting a little ^shaky and the time locks are not ^as accurate as they ought to be. 6 IF YOU'VE ABOUT MADE IIP YOUR MIND To get a ring, or pin, or brooch, the price WE sell fine and beautiful jewelry for, ought to in­ duce you to come here for it. We have a fine assortment of everything in this line, from pretty shirtwaist pins and sets, up...

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. — 21 June 1905

1M Wl •to A $ j'V/h tf: '. .v ::vv' .'" ,• '••.?• m--: m- tm- M' -k -tJ, "'•iv-l •M §'V: Is J&X'r It* & i, -PI 1-Jg &• l, E' £, jm »9 '15 QHaW (p,,,.. ..rAjyi'/.A qggg •19 -oa ?it:isa curio«sfact that every gerofc the .•f !r.£y,'.l -(IHt't "J 'if DEPENDENT I a ij gat Entered June 18. 1903, us Second-Class Matter. Fostofflce, Minot. N. D. ••AcV-of-OonK I'Cgg 'Pf' jtgrcU g.ltwy^1 MIXOT, N. D., WEDNESIkAT^ JUNE 21, 1905. feMfl hm tn e!na .61a t, ever^preNnonsl^noted^ite ow^t^iicfe in the northwest. has COMMENT. THd De^ll& ^&fce^r&8e& h-eld June-ij&^j 2 r(* i/: 11. .:«»• A •t(Editor Evans 6f th^ Mohaill II dencieeV ,:! ,0310 The Rugby Optimisms iifst^liea-p, piaflO |Qontie»£jaiigj $ •i nhfti rt rlh^ ri MI 4 Imfo 1 *wvJ i'WinA 1 I *T .MiMKg ggjy- r. bmnn Hi)f .Ufjrt ^f)f iwii .11'. ol. HLD©»iebj^ rfchei6r6kt iNortfien smtidii' ^en^rUt^^nite Eai*tL' visited Minpt last^eek. 'Mr.'Uo'ttich1^tils '^ame fromiGhieagorthat day:t TheiWbiifie E«lt,tVst4ti6n Is aoing...

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. — 21 June 1905

V. 4 ~y 4 4 snip you/, urearn uiB MinuimmrRl "Creamery. Your cash is ready for you tt it Wins. tol is gett: he so Baukol doer tto' „,to death teasing jjie has a place of slephone and is orders ai as lit. Hi are rmtit)|£^OTWiinis to cnjifg enough sl^^^|f|.can afford to deliver 2,00!^^^fetoLto tjfijfi t-fott and still make promts tm. the jpds. Peopie are com menciLi? to {8fl)fo hfe S. J. ROONL.IE, MD8MS.TEACHBB, 5—^ia ro waat— with the attendan consti is £Q$ntinu medvJ but they can ing effects by fcakin Green's August Flower. KK«i size, 75c. For ?oy & Co MINNEAPOLIS LJMAIN ornCEi A A O S ^ipyourGriihtl5t BRANCH 'JOHN SWANaOS'. M%M si oxmMM. I8Wcst lui ti m^i 1 a rioni ifi sue 1 It tones up the insures the kidneys. lealthy spirit to uallydflsp' unctions, gives vim" aricl sale by Paul o? f- YDP6&ini OMAHh GolOL'n, •Mf! 10 S'li 1 Fifth and Robcrt StV ST. PAUL, MINN. (INCORPORATED) DEALERS IN 3 Stocks, Oraiii, Prpyisior.f Bought and sold (or cash or carried on reasoriabfc (narfins...

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. — 21 June 1905

Five hundred prominent Nor­ wegians from the Eighth Judicial district met at Jacobson's opera house in this citv Tuesdav even jug to frame resolution* relative t-othe ditficultv in which their Motherland is in at the present time The meeting was one of the orderly, well balanced, self poised gatherings kuown to the »tate and is the tirst of the kind held in the state. It was thru the efforts of John II. Stenersen that the meeting was CM I led. The stage was prettily deco­ rated with American and Nor­ wegian flags. Rev. J. S. Sneve ®pened the meeting with prayer. '"Eh® Carpio singers rendered *S'OGIBOT ap Norge" and '"la vi efeker-ditte Landet,' perfectly. Ptof. Eognlie played two beauti­ ful violin solos, Norwegian selec­ tions. At the conclusion of the Kieettng all joined in singing uMy Country.'' Prominent men from Velva. Carpio, Donnvbrook and other towns in this part of the stau were present. Among those who occupied the stage were R. A. Nestos, Dr. Mueller. Rev. Sneve. Dr. Ekre...

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. — 21 June 1905

Minor Topics ../ill Banks sold a half section of land nearLansford for $8500. Screens and Screen Doors at the bovoy-bbute Lumber Yard, Minot, N. D. J- B. Lorge set 7000 trees on his farm northeast of town recently. Marrs, the contractor builds nouses right. His prices are right. Get his figures. tf. Mrs. L. Hollekim, wife of mer­ chant Lars Hollekim, of Palermo, was visiting in the city on Mon­ day. Ludvig Mikkelson has pur­ chased a new cream seperator. From seven cows he sells $8 worth of cream in a week. Mrs. A. Staxtonand son Albert and daughter, Mrs. L. A. Larson spent last week at Tioga visiting with Iver Iverson and family. L. S. Mallory, architect, Minot N. D. tf. Chas. Marlenee from Velva parted with $.55 at the race track last week, then shed a few tears. He played the wheel of fortune. S. W. McAllister and Miss Anna E. Harbaugh, of Surrey were married by Olerk of the Court Smith at the court house this morning. They are among the best of'Surrey's people. The New Cash Groc...

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. — 21 June 1905

:smcb & if -p sfcA xs&rfa15 qj»rb Mo% Si ntf I.M a'H sviid. ,i We fbake a special ty-if ifarm loans. I men torn a 1 & •Daj£Qu need.a.loan oR.. /our farm Come in and Nalk it fvou do. 5 His p'ou as .T33.S3Te: '/it/ ty J'+} a ,.l i(tr 1 'V •'«oH Htuiiitfi siii rit£ yi5V3 bfikidGl ^tota ov t&nw nliw siEornoo ot mov tot gsana itro id It takes $1 to start a Savings Account which draws Four .t I 11 Kit.: •.&>H .H Ask for the 19(^5 Kodbl Aiinfi^1 -r & CO Why? Our *jUC ip ek HAPS ther^ ar^6iti4 wl?o' will W|irtQr' why the deposits' in AfiTc' O S E I I E O A re id tafaoa in-W«d &HH^+ RR LEBt Tice PFeiiaiitr .1 ii U.t ,-M "i'.i i-iiii*i ti PRO^B.GT ^olir Cit^i::To'wri,'Village*kbd Pa¥lh 'PfbpM^ty^: bM against loss or damage by* B'ire, 'Winds/ V'y-A'", if mr Tti! S?t Wr^y waod. conswvafcivuJiaD^ig' b^s^af clrthp^e na\pe^ iv^»,avJtlui£Lmjtii^i§t^rx_pi «ji Money when this bank was the least shaky. Our depositors can go to sleep at •f I lUgiiiP w^tOie fufl tS^lt thfe...

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. — 21 June 1905

,. UOAN lOfflCIAL PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commis­ sioners of Ward County, North Dakota. (Continued trom last week.) fol Com Richardson movod that the loving bill be allowed: The Flaxton Time*, legal publica tionaandadv $63 00 The Kenmare News, legal publi­ cations and ad* 63 80 Which motion was seconded by Com. Carroll and on oil call the members 1 voted as follows: Richardson, yes Csr r^jl, F*s Torbenaon, no Swanson, no Black, yes. The following application from Attor ney C. Aurlaod was received. June 7,1905—County Commissioners Ward county, Minot, N. D. J. Gentlemen: Thesw^, sec 31, twp 155, rge 83, was sold for the taxes of A. D. 189G, 7, 8, 9, and 1900 and bid in by the county and have not been assigned: I desire to pay to the county the amount of the several tax sales with the statu­ tory penalties and interest upon the proper conveyance to me of the interest of the county in said tract and to that end ask that the commissioners by mo­ tion or otherwise to instruct t...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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