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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 27 May 1903

VST fr \r fc? 11 VOLUME a. u' ,* if mmm mfc. Si5 Heustls Superintendent. C*aaUsiMcra Acccpt Retlxatioa of Mrs. Orr «f Ctaaty Hospital—View B«r* iiagtMi Read*. a The board of county commis­ sioners are in session this week. Today they are at Burlington looking over the ground for a new road to some coal mines. The meeting was called to order Monday morning with Commis­ sioner Wallin in the chair and Commissioners Richardson, Tor berison Swanson and Black pres ent. The following townships were organized: 160-85—Cleveland. l63-164-85—Colquhoun, .»?$ 159-85—Callahan. 158-83—YanBuren. ,i 163-104-98. The usual grist of bills were passed on. The Fargo Bridge Co. was allowed $500 on their contract. 'Tib resignation of Miss Orr, eiffprintendent of the county hospital was accepted. The com missioners passing resolutions ^t hanking her for the excellent ic $nanner which has handle the institution and expressing their regrets. A petition signed by many of the business men of Minot was handed Mi...

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. — 27 May 1903

WARD CO INDIPENDENT TNUAX & Coi COUP. Publishers. MI NOT, Ward Co.. N. L. It Is only just to say that Lily Lang* try doesn't look like a grandmother. The fellow -was right who said "for­ tune seldom knocks at the door of the knocker." A Pittsburg man died the other day while reading a newspaper. The ru ling passion. It comes pretty near being canni­ balism when a goat deliberately eats up a bock beer poster. It is just as easy to lose money in the new New York stock exchange as it was in the old one. Judging from effects in Missouri, a baking powder mine is about as dan­ gerous as the otner sort. Montreal's grave diggers hrfve been on a strike. They claim they had good grounds for quitting. "Speaking of unhappy lots," remarks the Baltimore American, "what about tie graveyard?" Usually the fence. There is more to be learned from one living woman than from a whole Smithsonian museum of anthropology. —Life. Russia presents its respects to the nations and would be delighted to learn...

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. — 27 May 1903

^•pry,rywiJij^pi «P Office and sheds, No. Ramstad St. 2 Telephone 97. 1 Dr. B. A* Crokat, I LOANS. FINAL PROOFS. FARM LANDS. M. D., C. M., L. R. C. S., Edinburgh. Surgeon to Great Northern Ry Office and Residence over P. P. Lee Store. Minot, We Will Loan You Money On your land. 10 PER CENT STRAIGHT. No bonus. You get your money when you sign the papers. X» We Will Make Your Final Proof WE WILL SELL YOU LAND ON EASY a PAYMENTS. LeSuetsr 0. Bradford, Minot, N. D. $ COAL !i Hard, Soft and Lignite Coal, Hocking Valley CoaL I U/AAn Dry Tamarack, Oak, Pop* uM\J\tlf lar and Jack Pine R. W. JONES *@•0 •@®4®4®4®^®^®4®#®4® Go to the New Drug Store For Drugs, Medicines, Per fumes, Toilet Articles, Cigars *•£•$•«•©• ©•®#®*s*®^®#®#®#®®* W. B. Hawley. +@+@+@+@4^)+®+®+®+ 4KS^^4^4s4-®4HS)4^-HS4S fflONEY! MONEY I 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 to make p...

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. — 27 May 1903

1 I jv V? I I? $ fe$® f'«'. !.! i'ii 1 1 $ $ ?V t' I \r*.K I' I f- m* Qls ft :'-M t- *y ):r tyt-i I & ft, vi II SL MlJ I# S$s I" #1 C1#' SfcTHE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. RUBLIEUBD KVBRY WEDNESDAY. 13?,V TRUAX & COLCORD. iC. F. TRUAX. SO. D. COLCORD, PUBMSHER. KDITOR. ^ENTEICED JUNE 18, 1902, A3 SECOND-CLASS ~ov( MATTEr:, HOST-OPTICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT S- OP CONGRESS OK MARCH 3, 1879. FARM AND STOCK NOTES. E. B. Hill bought a separator to use on his dairy farm. Mr. Hill is making a good succuss of the business. J. A. Erickson: "I know what say when 1 state that the rain made farm values jump $300 a quarter in a day. A farm which 1 offered to sell for $800 went a dAy later for ftllOO to the same man who hesitated too long in buying." Elmer Francis brought to Mi not last week and sold seven hogs and 14- little pigs for $135. ''I raised those hogs oil ground barley for which I could not get 35c on the market. I had only 35 acres of the barley and that fed those hogs besides I have» ...

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. — 27 May 1903

Surrey. (J ). \V. Burke, lias over 100 acre)\)f flax sown and all up. Warren l7'ey bought liis broth­ er's "!(0 acre farm for §3,500. ("has. E. Funderberg' commen­ ced building his new house which will be a great improvement to 4riis locality. Geo. W. Burke and family. .Tno Serwrer and family and Harry I'Vi-jtz and family partook of a gO'dtt dinner at C. E. Ihesher's tSundav last. Elder D. M. fthorb and Henry l-'rantz and wife left for Uellfon taine, Ohio, Monday, to attend the annual conference of the Herman Baptist 'Brethren church, kota and both Quinn (1ole who has been work- more breaking ing at the carpenter's trade at Cando, dropped in Saturday ev­ ening to stay with his family a week, and will return to Cando aga in. Mrs. Cole has been some­ what under the weather, but is improving slowly nt this writing. Lightning Kills Girl. Lizzie, the 12 year old (laught­ er of Alfred Knaup. residing near Thompson's Lake, southwest of the city, was struck by lightning about 4 o'clock Satu...

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. — 27 May 1903

Olson In Bad Shape. Jourgen Olson, who was' shot at Bowbelis by Erick Mattheson hail his leg amputated at the hospital about six inches below the hip. It was thought that he could not live but he rallied well after the operation. Gangrene had set in, making the operation necessary. The leg is not heal­ ing well, and Monday it was ne­ cessary to open the wound. The leg is sloughing off and in case he lives it will have to be ampu­ tated at the hip joint. Mattheson, his father and L. (). Storlev were brought to Minot by Deputy Sheriff Glenn, but they were not placed in jail. They are stopping at the Daco tiih Hotel. They are spoken of well by liowbells people. They say that Olson had shot several times through Mattheson's house and made threats, because his claim was contested this led up to the shooting. They Say That Geo. Hecker will plat 100 more lots on the strength of the big rains. That the round house walls re­ sound with that famous old dit­ ty, "All Coons Look Alike tome" Tha...

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. — 27 May 1903

ill .V 4 rr(,t District court will,convene 011 June 15th. Chas. Spillane has returned from Minnesota where his wife was ill. Mrs. A dam Black was in from Chilcot, Tuesday. .Many teachers are needed in Bottineau county. Chief Kimball has a bran new policeman's uniform. Atty Lesuour is attending tp legal business at Cando. A. baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Whitlock Friday. 500.0 muskrat skins were shipped from St. John May 7, Lee Higbo, an operator from Wahpeton visited M. B. Adams Friday. The Stanley Sun says $500,000 worth of rain fell in that vicinity last week. A. S. Blakey's drug store is op­ en night and day now, regular city style. *, Mrs. Anton Holt has been ad judged insane and will be taken to tne asylum. /Air. Peterson, of Nicholson, N. u* has accepted a clerkship in the land office. When vou call for Minot flour say '^LMde ^f. Mindt /ijiftF see that Arou get it. 6tf The Minot mill grinds 1000 bushels of wheat and other grain into .'flour and feed daily. Miss Sarah Murra...

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. — 27 May 1903

"He took his life Jast capable of one heroic aim, and threw It In the thickest of the fight. "What matter? Since Aurora failed him first!" —E. B. Browning. Jean Charteris, stepping out into the 'pearl and silveriness of dawn and iew, sighed—and then smiled at sight of the riches spread before her. Again it was Decoration Day, an oc •casion which in this little western town was one almost of festivity, so ,-great was the gathering from the sur­ rounding farms, so gay the girls in their new summer finery, so stirring "the martial music of the local band. 33ven the pathetic sight of the handful of old soldiers, marching in depleted ranks to the cemetery on the hillside, but emphasized the pleasure of the :young, who found in the holiday en­ joyment at once innocent and rever -•ent. Miss Charteris walked down the -prim gravel walk between the low ereen barberry hedge. She held daint­ ily aside the skirt of her crisp, white wrapper, lest it be touched by the -wet twigs on either side. He...

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. — 27 May 1903

j£~ & '.Mli JCBUSj tw Mighty to save e'en me, Mine is a day of fear and strlf A needy soul, a needy life, A needy world, a needy age Yet, in my perilous pilgrimage I cast my soul on Thee Mighty to save e'en me, Jesus, Thou Son of God! On Thee I rest—Thy love am Are my sole rock and restlnf In Thee my thirst and hung Lord, let me quench for ever I cast my soul on Thee Mighty to save e'en me, Jesus, Thou Son of God! —From "The Change' John Kingsland was a splendid en -gineer. I say "was" not that he is dead, but because somehow he has dropped out of §ight building that "across the Andes" railroad. What I 'was going to say was that if John JiaU been as discerning and quick of judgment when it came to women as lie was when It came to gauging a track, why then he probably would not ^be where he is now. Whether or not John'B great liking 'for the girls was due to his lack of knowledge of the female character I am not going to discuss. Certain it is that while I knew him his heart was ...

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. — 27 May 1903

5 •J.*-" ,1 1 Best Proof That There 'Are no better .'/r Gloves Made. M:. 1 McKone Bros. The Only Exclusive Grocery in Minot* .. .FULL LINE OF.... Curtis Brps.' Canned Goods, W* C. Liestikow's FIour--Best in the Market Highest Price Paid for Butter and Eggs* Fresh Vegetables Arriving Daily. re it MeKONE BROS. MINOT, N. I)AK. EXPERT PLOW Scientific Horseshoeing. Genoral Blacksmithlng. We Guarantee Every Job which we do. Give us a trial. JASON S. HUNT, Opposite Scofield's Livery Barn. Minot, N. Dak. THE RELIABLE Hardware Store.. Always has a Complete Line of. ... Paints, Oils, Hardware, Stoves, Harness, Etc., Buy only our Minnesota Linseed Oil and oiirGuaranteed Pure Paint, if you would have your homes tastefully decorated. BEFORE BUYING THAT..... Single or Double Driving or Work'Harness, Come in and see the Big Line just received. We have good ones, all kinds from the Cheapest to the Best. Qyf StOVeS ^11(^ °^^ier goods are considered a little cheaper and better than those handled by o...

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. — 27 May 1903

ii I 'f/' 1 I fc II Fbm—the .*• *mp V, '*$ fytt,*? ,r t'l Mi I ft'' THE PINKHAM CURES 1TTRJICTIH4} GREAT ATTEHTIOIAMOM TIIHUItt WOIEI. Mrs. Frances Stafford,of 213 E. 114th St., N.Y. City, adds her tes­ timony to the hundreds of thou­ sands on Mrs. Pinkfaanfs files. When Lydia E. Rnkhairfs Reme­ dies were first introduced skeptic's oil over the country frowned upon their curative claims, tout as year after year has rolled by and the litVe group of women who had been cured by the new discovery has skeptaelsms have been swept away as by a mighty llood, 'until to-day the great good that Lydia E. Pinkltam's VefftaMle Compound and her other medicines are doing among the awame®. (Of America is attracting the atibesrtiion of many of our leading scientists, physicians and thinking people. Merit alone •oouldwin such fame wise, therefore, as tthe woman who for a cove irelies upon Lydia E. Plnkliam'sTegatableCompound. Her Batanoecof Trade. 'I suppose, dear," said Mrs. Greent to her husband, "i...

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. — 27 May 1903

CONTEST NOTICE. Dopartment of The Interior -United States Land Offlee, Minot, N. D., April 14,1903. A sufficient contest affidavit having been tiled in this office by Mahlon G. Antrim contestant against H. E. entry No. 7554 MADE May 8th 1901, for tlio BC }4 of Sec. 518, township 150, Rar.no 81, by John O. Studcbaker contestee, in which it is alleged that said entrynian has wholly abandoned said tract for a per­ iod of more than six months last past, and in fact, never did establish residence thereon and has never cultivated the same. And that said alleged absen­ ce from said land was not duo to his em­ ployment in the army, navy or marine corps of the United States as a private soldier, officer, marine or seaman during the war with Spain or during any other war in which the United States may be engaged. Said parties are hereby noti­ fied to appear, respond and offer evi­ dence touching said allegation at 10 o' clock a. m. on June 9th 1903 before the rogister and receiver at the Unit...

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. — 3 June 1903

1 VOLUME a. NUMBER 7. Commissioners Conclude Work. Official Pap*r to List IMi—McDMgaJI QJv ea CMtract Ta BaM Tw» BrMgm. Commissioner Black moved that the petition of the voters of school district No. 27 be ac­ cepted and granted and that the following school districts be or­ ganized: No. 27 to contain the territory 153-92-93-95 and 154-93 and 94. Stanley 153-154 155-88-89-90-91, a 11 154- 9 2, 156-91. Palermo-156-90. 162-85 Grove township was organized. Neil McDougall was awarded the contract for building two bridges across the Mouse river, one near B. Hansons' in 163-87 778 the other atC. Hermanson's. rfeAyill get f2,400. Tne petition of residents of 155 88 to be set apart from school district, "Stanley," and organ ized as a separate school district was allowed. After viewing the proposed road between the Larson mine at Burlington and the Peoples Mining Co., the commissioners decided to open it as it will ac­ commodate many people. The neccessarv grading will cost about $200. The c...

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. — 3 June 1903

+, I •••.. 1ST 2 *\-i- WARD CO INDEPENDENT 'I iiuax & Coicokp. Publishers. MI NOT, Ward Co., N. D. As soon as King Edward beard that Mr. Morgan- had come over he hurried back to England. A woman can be jealous of the de­ votion of a man to the very work that earns her bread and butter. When the island of Heligoland was named there must have been a present­ iment as to the way it would finally go. Sometimes a woman will stop lov­ ing a man just because she thinks he's far enough gone to love her any­ way. Some Kentuckians act as if they would be perfectly at home in that part of Europe referred to as "The Balkans." The strike of the Montreal grave diggers is the worst of all. It incon­ veniences people who have no" way of retaliating. There is talk of a corner in dia­ monds. This is terrible, but we have come to the point where we refuse to worry any more. The present position of Europe seems to be that Turkey is not to be allowed to fatten herself even if she should win a war. W...

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. — 3 June 1903

•a? ITU •WSS8525 /AAn rfH Office and sheds, No. Ramstad St. Telephone 97. Dr* E. A• Crokat, IVfl» D*9 G** iV\«j K^* C« Edinburgh. Srrgeon to Great Northern 1 LOANS. FINAL PROOFS. FARM LANDS. (Vlinot, INo- Dak McGEE & COYLE, Attorneys At Law. Practice in State and Federal Courts. GEORGE McGEE, U. S. Commissioner. QENERAL. LAND OFFICE ]V/f 1 nnt. PRACTICE 1VIII1UL* LeSueur & Bradford, Attorneys-at-Law. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS .Minot, J. F. COOPER, V" •r N" i1 We Will Loan You Money! On your land. io PER CENT STRAIGHT. No bonus. You get your money when you sign the papers. We Will Make Your Final Proof 1 WE WILL SELL YOU LAND ON EASY PAYMENTS. LeSueur Q, Bradford* Minot, N. D. COALli Hard, Soft and Lignite Coal, Hocking Valley Coal* 4*®#® •©©•©•©•©•©•©•O#®#® •letoab/SVla/S) •lalSWVSfelafSVletSV&SVld'SwtefSVlWSWfc (A •nsnnS^S^S^nOT^Sn^SrrcrT \SJ North Dakota. Watchmaker and Jeweler. -Oldest established jeweler in town. Repairing a specialty. Inspector for •Great Northern Ry. Co...

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. — 3 June 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUULISHKD EVEKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX, PUBMSHEB. (4. 1). COLCORD, EDITOR. ENTERED JUNE 18, 1902, AS 8EOOND-CLA88 MATTEK, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, ». D., ACT OP UONCiliKSS OP MARCH 3, 1879. ••Want Column, W. Junes hM just r«ceiv«d 100 tons of the best grade ot blacksmith coal. 6tf I have now a good supply of Burling­ ton and Kenmare coal. 21 tf —P. H. Baukol, For salo or rent.—Good lot in Mi not with house and barn. House, 14x30, barn 10x30 and lot 66x200. Cheap at 6600. Will rent for ten dollars a month. Inquire at Independent office. 24tf TAKEN UP—A dark bay (poor) pony, weighing 750 ponnds, at my home on See. 18, twp. 157-82, May 9. Owner pay charges and take animal. i-t3 OTTO SMITH, Lynch, N. D. For ice cream and soda water try the Palace drug store. Taken up at my place, section 17-158 33, May 2, six horses. One sorrel and yno black uach branded on left hip one bay mare branded on left hip: one gray gelding branded S on left .shoulder: ...

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. — 3 June 1903

4. Atoora, New Mexico. I received the free sample of Doan's Kidney Pills which I ordered for a girl nine years old that was suffering with bed wetting, and •he improved very fast. The pills acted directly on the bladder in her case and •topped the trouble. J. C. Loceko. Battle Greek, Mien. —My husband received the sample of Doan's Kiduev Pills and has taken two more boxes anil feels like anew man. He is a fireman on the Grand Trunk R. It., and the work is Lard on the kidneys. Mrs. Geo. Gifford. Pliny, W. Va. The free trial of Doan's Kidney Pills acted so well with me, I wrote Hooff, the druggist, at Point Pleasant, to send me three boxes, with the result I have gained in weight, as well as entirely rid of my kidney trouble. My water had become very offensive and con­ tained a white sediment and cloudy. I would Jiave to get up six and seven times during the night, and then the voiding would dribble and cause frequent at­ tempts, but, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills, they have regulated...

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. — 3 June 1903

CONTEST NOTIOK. Department of The Interior—United Btateo Land Office, Minot, N. D., April 14 1803b A. sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Mahlon Q. Antrim contestant against H. E. entry No 7554 made May 8th 1901, for the so of Sec. 28, township 156, Range 81, by John O. Studobaker contestee, in which it is alleged that said entryman has wholly abandoned said tract for a per­ iod of more than sis months last past, and in fact, never did establish residence thereon and has never cultivated the same. And that said alleged absen­ ce from said land was not due to his em­ ployment in the army, navy or marine corps-of the United States aa a private soldier, officer, 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 saia allegation at 10 o'­ clock a. m. on June 9th 1903 before the register and receiver at the United Stat...

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. — 10 June 1903

*ygv:fl 1 VTGV^.^V'JLFSJ VOLUME ff1"vwyi^w#*1 ir*'fflW 7 \. ... i.' 2. LOOK OUT FOR THE CARS. The Independent Man Takes a Ride along the New Granville-Qordon Branch—Work Will be Completed la October—Land Values High. "Look out for Cars!" An In­ dependent reporter had the pleasure of t, airing a trip along the new G. N. branch railroad which is building from Granville to Gordon, Saturday for several miles. Everything is active. Hundreds of large horses and willing men are moving the dirt to make a firm grade. What was level prarie two weeks ago, now bears the resemblance of a railroad grade. North Dakota ip truly a great state. It has a great future. Her farm values are increasinig. Farms along the new road are being held high. It is hard to buy a 11 relinquish ment at all, $1,000 being no in­ ducement. Deeded land has jumped to $2,000 a quarter sec tion. Several new towns will be started alongvthe line. -./Gordon will ibfetthe Iter mints rfcsr .the pre­ sent—as Mohall has been cut o...

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. — 10 June 1903

WARD CO INDEPENDENT TkI'ax it Gt-vokd, PuhiisIivTS. MINOT. Ward Co.. N. D. Unlike a clock, when a corporation is wound up it doesn't go any more. This idea of living on 10 cents a day may be all right for some other fel* low. The watched pot thart never boils must be what is known technically aa a jack pot. It takes a graceful woman to get off a moving car backward and never 1ar her dignity. That Harvard professor who has dis­ covered the germ of smallpox has cur permission to keep it Man is never satisfied. If he had the moon he'd want some warmer etar for a winter resort. Colombia is said to fa.vor immigra­ tion, *but there is no evidence that the emigrant favors Colombia. If all women with social aspirations left husbands who have none there would be many more grass widowers. The Ann Arbor medical student who left behind him "a hair-raising note" may be the inventor of a new hair tonic. Japan is going to spend more than 15,000,000 for her navy. And if she is gcing to war with Rus...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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