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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 24 June 1903

N MbftOAI? LOSES ART GEMS. Beautiful Carved DOOM of Pull Chapel Are Not to Decome Prop Aity of the Flnaaeler. 1 J. Fierpont Morgan'a well-known In­ tention to remove ths better half of Europe to New York to enrich liis va­ rious art collections has received a de­ cided check through the action of the old Paris commission, one of whose du­ ties it is to see that vandalism is prop­ erly punished. Julian Taylor, an enterprising Amer­ ican, acting here as an art expert for wealthy United States purchasers, tried to help Mr. Morgan's collection along. It cost him $5,000 and he barely escaped going to jail. Mr. Taylor's artistic eye was attract­ ed by the two marvelously carved doors of old St. Denis chapel here. Ho liked them and he either proposed or agreed'to delived the doors to Mr. Mor garuin New York. Taylor accordingly started a little wire-pulling and finally tempted the curate with an offer of $5,000, which was sadly needed '^-vjirovid^'Vtain in­ terior embellisl.Alknfs for*'the ...

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. — 24 June 1903

-mi -r Some Fine Flax A. IS. Blakey visitod his Surrey ihnn tho other day and brought buck with him, samples of the best ilux we have seen this aeopou. It was sown April 25 and is 13 inches tall on the average. Mr. Blakey has one of the best farms about Surrey find has his crops put in, in the best of shape. Cheaper Interest As soon as we ascertain the as­ sessed valuat ion of the city proper­ ty. a school election will bo held to consider the proposition of taking up the outstanding warrants, amounting to about $20,(XK3 and borrowing the money at much lower rate of interest. On $8,000 we are paying per cent. On 82,000 we an* paying N per oent and we are paying percent on $8,400. Tht- interest amounts to $1,420. We can get S23.0JJ at 4 p,u- cent which will give us $5,000 more with 8420.00 less interest, ft5,000 could be used tor a new school building which is badly needed. Portal Man Killed Instantly Byron S. Bush, a young ranclior 27 years old, fell from a load of corral poles near...

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. — 24 June 1903

'I Minor Tcpics |£i iu "Itnmstud in visiting 111 .3^r,iStorey visited his family at F«rji,o.lu&t week. V. !^gfei(Wt Olson is building a resideijctf.ut Porta 1. Mrs. L. A'. Larsou is visiting friends1in St. Paul.. B. J. Stump. Lone Tn e'o merc chnnt, visited Minot. Saturday. Mrs. A. L. Moon of May ville is* visiting- at rancher Mike Oca's. Mrs. Clms. Irwin and BOH re- tuinel to their claim after a visit in town. Read Martin Jacobson's add this week, you are in need of what lie ctt'ors. Wiscli and Atkins will open a hardware and furniture store at Walter. H. Auslander announcer! that lie is selling bread, at 5.cents a,"loaf at his bukery. The Mif^es Madison of Wilmar, Minn., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lynch. A. LeSueur spent Monday and Tuesday in Towner assisting- in several legal cases. Oscar (.). I'erg returned to Hoop pie after a sojourn on his claim near White Earth. Eugene Niokols fell in a fit Tuesday morning' in front of Coopeirs je .velry store. I). E. Hill of Wat...

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. — 24 June 1903

}Y -K 1 (. ^yXTr-^-r. 4r ipp^ fr -"JfT^ »C 1 1 "What about Capt. ElBenbraum, and fits little dory Constitution—has any­ thing been heard of them?" "Anything Leard of them? Why, we hear frequently that they have been sighted by ocean liners. They will reach the other side as sure as you're torn." One of the old sea captains who was eeen at the Mariners' House at Boston a day or two ago was interviewed on the latest attempt to cross the Atlan­ tic in an open boat. "Isn't there danger of an accident?" "Danger! I'll tell you, cir, there'3 no more danger to him in that seven­ teen-foot craft in mid-ocean than there is to you sitting in that chair. She's the stanchest little boat that was ever put together in this section, and is capable of weathering the worst of storms." "How about the risk of being run down by ocean liners?" "Leave it to Ludwig Eisenbraum to look out for that. He knows his busi­ ness. He hasn't been following the sea for the past tv/cnty-four years •without knowing som...

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. — 24 June 1903

8UMMER EXCURSIONS Via Grand Trunk Railway System. BOSTON—Single fare. Going dates June 25, 26 and 27. Return limit A.i gust 1st, 1903. BOSTON—Single fare plus $2. Go­ ing dates July 1st to 5th inclusive. Return limit September 1st, 1903. TORONTO—Sioglf tare plus $2. Go­ ing dates June 29th and 30th. Return limit July 8th, 1903. SARATOGA Single fare. Going dates July 5th and 6th. Return limit July 20th, 1903. DETROIT—Single fare. Going dates July 15th and 16th. Return limit Au gust 15th, 1903. For further particulars address Geo W. Vaux, A. G. P. & T. A., Excursion Dept., Chicago, 111. Selling Cream for Cash. Cream, like the agriculturists' grain or miners' gold, can now be sold for cash. A new system of buttermuking enables the mast perfect creamery, just complet­ ed by R. E. Cobb at bt. Paul, to buy hand separator cream at any point within 400 miles irom St. Paul. 'T1V4 house also pays cash for butter, fguflrmd poultry throughout Minnesota, DlWoVa and Wisconsin. By writing to R...

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. — 24 June 1903

Whore will people spend Fourth? C. A. Tannihill sold his carriage to Haijry Muzzy. A" numbor of the farmers were at Mi­ not Saturday. Fred Hockapler of Sawyer was in this vicinity Friday. John Whitson rides a fine horse these 3ays, he is a dandy. C. A. Tannihill was on South Prairie a few days last week. Everybody in thin vicinity will cele­ brate the Fourth at Norwich. Albert Hay lias been distributing Circulars for a Socialist party. R. S. Gallagher will take your sub­ scription for The Independent. Mrs. Dillie Gallagher found a queer letter in her onion bed lust week. Fine rains last week, crops arc look­ ing line and real estate is going up. Mrs. J. W. Tannihill is taking views and landscapes with her new camera. The Ghost Social at Edna Bell school house last Saturday evening was poorly attended. Tom Banns and George Jurgens were in this vicinity last week from Granville, they were well pleased with our com­ munity. Services rft Edna Bell school house by Rev. Bradley Sunday was...

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. — 24 June 1903

«). A WAITER'S RECEPTIVE BRAIN Used to Quick Orders, He Become* an Automaton. "I believe that there Is no work in the warld that makes sUch'machlnes of men as does the business of waiting in some of those 'quick lunch eating places,'" said the business man. "The brains of the waiters seem to work like phorogniphs. Wliat they hear A GATHERING OF ARTISTS. Commingling of Creat Voices Made the Windows Rattle. "Itmrt -the operatic artists—or jst of tneni—have gone abroad, Mr. mpanari is desolate. His comfort­ able -apartment has for several years been a favorite trysting place for many of the song birds during the long New York season and Mme. Campanari serves spaghetti—Edouard de Reszke can say how well. The singing giant used to forego almost any other grati­ fication if the palate to enjoy the Campanari Italian paste, together with strange sauces, anchovies, bovoli, fag ioli, and caviare, like the fellow in "Cynthia's .'levels." "Alas!" 'orurns the versatile and semper D"' r.us barito...

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. — 24 June 1903

I'rcscott. .]. W. DuctwliU' was Minot visitor lust Wl'd.. Why docs it vain much if this is vi ii eouiuiy't i't'liiioiiil. I own peoplo arc all at tn'.i.i! ayain oil fcucil' i-laiins. John O'Loury and .luiia Keelrv were ii luinot a (.•otiiili1 of days last week. 'i !u personal property lor this town t-i,• was assessi'ii lor nearly tfto,iKXi. 'Lliote were only soven quarter sectior.s proven up in this township April 1, )ur lirst seiu ol for tho township he frau 3 uhu 8th witu Miss Maud Uunkin a: tuehoi\ i/.'erythinf is looking fine. A few I. iiieis here ha-.e in 1M) a civs of ^raiu. T.'iC towi'ooarii of review met at th« vie: k's o'.lico 1 une Slh, liuL there were no i:iiplaii!ts against the asebsuieiit so 1 hiit ,'s wero quietly disposed of. Markillic. l's. Christopher has disposed of her ro: y. Mr. ami Mrs. Warn wero iu Minot "'iiesiLiV. lis. Stella lt.ui.--rSundayed with Mr. a:.d r-i:s. vV'arn. Mis. Co .'1-uul is Qi:'inf and will -'v» out ^\Vr had a iot? 't"*'s:iay ewniin' i- she. ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 1 July 1903

3VFL IB. i(" ^*1 H/ $ ^Vwjft^fc'V' tfc ^?%!w rfc wV^ifo VOLUME a. NUMBER 11. Foot's Man Is Convicted, L. S. FooV returned from Este van, Canada, where he testified in the trial against Fred F. Bear, who stole his bay mare from the pasture near Burlington last winter. Bear was convicted of bringing stolen property into Canada and given two years in the penitentiary. He broke jail while waiting for his trial and was given three months for that. Upon the expiration of this sentence, he will be brought to Minot and tried for stealing the horse. Mr. Foot is well pleased with the manner in which court W^s conducted. He paid officer J. A- Smith a high compliment for capturing the man twice, the first time when he went over the border with the stolen horse and the -second after he broke jail. Ready for the Biff Show. Everybody is ready for Sells & Down's big circus which will visit this oity next Thursday, July 9. ^jhe parade will leave the show, grounds promptly at 10 o'clock pairing 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. — 1 July 1903

WARD CO INDEPENDENT Truax & Colcord, Publishers, MINOT, Ward Co., N. D. A. talkative friend is oftca dangerous than a client enemy. no: China admits that in the dcor bus ness Russia practically has a cinch. The bolo rush would appear to bo •pretty nearly as strenuous as the cano rush. The message will get there while you are saying Marconigraph.. Thinl up a shorter one. The racing automobile is the dead­ liest toy that millionairism has ever amused itself with. Japan dpes not seek war with. Rus­ sia, but it cherishes the hope that war may be forced upon it. Miss Littleboy is to be married, ac­ cording to a Los Angeles paper. Many happy returns of the day! It's curious how many size3 larger a woman's feet grow on her way from the shoe shop to her heme. Daniel J. Sully lias made so much money "handling" cotton that he has got. to go to Europe to spend it. The astronomers have foimed a trust. Within another year the people will have to pay dearly to look heaven­ ward. Patrons of th...

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. — 1 July 1903

News of the State. WliNESSES ARE IN JAIL, Gtato Is Taking No Chances With Clemenson and Maygard. Anton Clemenson and Elmer May nard are in jail at Jamestown under rather peculiar circunistanccs. They were asked to furnish bonds for their appearance as witnesses for the state against Charles E. Raney, accused of blindpisging, but were unable to do so, and were taken to jail to keep Chris Lindseth, the complaining wit­ ness in the Raney case, company. Tlicy swore positively at the prelim­ inary hearing that they purchased beer from Raney, and the objeet of pulling them under bonds was to pre vent them being spirited away. News has been received of the (.oath in Montana of Jack Flynn, one oJ the noted characters of the Mis­ souri slope and well known in James­ town, where he was eniployed for years as a brakeman on the Northern Pacific. He committed suicide by ilashing his throat with a razor. Flynn's former home was at Wino fa, near the Sioux reservation. He [.ad dealings with the Ind...

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. — 1 July 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. O. F. TRUAX. G. D. COLCORI), KJfTEKED MATTER, I'VUL.LKIIEU. KDITOI JUNE 18, 1902, Atf SECOND-CLASS POST-OFFICE, MINOTJ_N. D., ACT OP CONGRESS OP MARCH 3, 1879. Militia. There lias Iwn some talk of late of organizing a, military company in Minot". There are a few militia men located here now and some who have had training* in the late war. There -could be nothing* better for Minot than an organization of this kind. The young men would receive an athletic training and would come in contact with each other socially and in a business way. The state would soon build an armory and this could be vised as club rooms and gymnasium, which is very much in need here. An attempt to secure the names ,of at least 50 young men who will jyin, will be made in the near future and a hearty cooperation will be expected of them. To Weigh Cars Here The G. X. has just received sev- eral car-load of stone and tin construction of a lar...

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. — 1 July 1903

fiwnfflftfc- r^~ HP •»A A •0,1 1 a C". $ Minor Topics Land a'o -ad l-'nrrev is lipid iu liio-b {is #85 an re. Tlie sewer will be extends south to 11 its Hl»iisdtill corner. Two goo:l pair of mutes for e. T. A. Melhus, Minot. 10-tf Minot base ball team beat Velva at that place Tuesday to 8. Mr. Dodge of Topeka. Kan., i, veryill of dropsy at the Uagsdah home west of town. Everythin*ynv and up to dnt ,it the new Inyfcer phop to be ou.ru pied after hy Mrs. Muh Gray & Gray1 have sold the Kenmare News to Vic Corbett aiul another party from that city. K. W. Thompson is painting the interior of the school build­ ing'. It will be put in the best of (shape. jttThe first three stations on the __. W Granville branch are, to be named Deering. (xlenburn and Lonsford. Forest liice, one of Ward county's prosperous ranchers, was in from Palermo Thursday $d Fiiday. Watch fqr th/opsning of Mrs. 4 "Without a (loRht this will be the finest in thuWfNrthwest^ Geo. St roup is selling' manv 12-foot Hodg...

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. — 1 July 1903

1 i4- j-V Vvj'' t::S You have all read the Declaration of Independence, I suppose. It is print­ ed on fine type in the back of the Chlld'^ History, and at the top of the names signed at the end to show how they wrote them is John Hancock's big and bold, the way a person would write if he were doing it with a burnt match. Papa used to gather us to­ gether in the parlor after breakfast every Fourth of July and read us parts of it and explain the long words, so that we would understand what the Fourth of July was really for—that it wasn't just to burn holes in your clothes, and frighten horses, and leave stubs of fire crackers on the sidewalk that don't get swept off for days. AVhcn We children came to have our own revolution against the governess that time mamma and papa went away to be gone two days, we knew just how to go about it and we wrote a Declara­ tion of Independence, copying it af­ ter the real true one, and then we all Bigned our names at the bottom with big flourishes, th...

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. — 1 July 1903

^••rgWwwi^ppi,!! Mil I I THE ~r —w '-^0- IfcCftSOrf* —rrirriirrrr The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.: Gentlemen—"I have used one bottle of Pe.una for lassitude, and I take pleasure in Charitable Sex. Bess—So you are really going to marry young Softleigh, are you? Nell—That's what. Bess—Well, It will save you the trouble of hunting one when you get ready to begin housekeeping. r-rrrii Nell—Hunting what? Bes*—Why, a flat.—Chicago News. To Cure a Colrt in One day, fake Laxative Bromo Quinino Tablets. AS druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25a As a rule sharp business men are rather blunt. Good fortune is the churn of Indus­ try. (ole's (arbolisalve The Great Skin Remedy will stop the pain of burns and scalds at once and there wilt be no tear. Don't wait until someone pets burned but K«p a In haniy. ^6 and 60 eents by all druggists. rukIanguish A MASTERING ANGELTHOU: SOLDEVERYWHERE: When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. in PROMINENT COLLEGE HAN. ne of India...

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. — 1 July 1903

tiSii!' "Wft Ordinance No. Fifty. Be it ordained by the Common Coun­ cil of the city of Minot, N. Dak: That a sidewalk grade be o.stablislied on the west lino of Main street as fol­ lows: SEC. 1. All grade* olovations are based on tho same Bi-nuli Mark-Iron-Monu ment which is used as Fetich Mark on Main street grade, the same having an assumed elevation of 116.5 feet. SKI 2 From the intersection of the vest line of the Main street with the south line of the iurht of way of the Great Northern Railway Co., to tho line between Lots 11 and 12 of Mock 2U, the sidewalk grade' shall be the same as the Main street grade, here-to-fore estab­ lished by Ordinance number 44. At the south-east corner of said Block 20 the grade elevation shall be 121.8 feet. At the northeast corner of Block num­ ber 3 the grade elevation sh&ll be 122.3 feet. At the lino between Lots 8 and 9 in said Block 3 the grade elevation shall be 129 f«et. At the southeast cor­ ner of said Block 3 the grade elevation sha...

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. — 8 July 1903

I ii I i, .* ijii 1 *r F» llli SiWV-- ••A': VOLUME a. NUMBER 12. Celebrations July 4th. MINOT A large crowd enjoyed a picnic in Hecker's grove. A bowery dance, afternoon and evening-, was the most interesting feature. The refreshment stands wera very well patonized. WALTER An exciting celebration occurred at the new townsite of Walter. A large crowd gathered. The Railroad Rustlers beat the Wal­ ter Welters in a game of ball, 13 to 12. The game came near ending in a free for all pugilistic exhibition. An interesting pro­ gram was rendered. Mrs. Dunn read the declaration of Independ ence. Rev. Wilcox gave an in yfceresting address. An unsuccess *ul attempt wa« made to put Pigger Mexican Joe out of busi­ ness but he was dispensing de lightful beverages that day when the sun went down. RICK LAKE A large crowd gathered at Rice Lake the Fourth and celebrated. The Lake boys beat the St. Carl base bail team, 5 to 0. In the broncho breaking contest, one of the contestants was thrown and badl...

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. — 8 July 1903

tWV--L ,v. 'ARDCO. INDEPENDENT. MlWro* KTXRY WCDIOBDAV. *UAX COLCORD. A ii LTOKD, Kwtc«. inn 18^ 190S, A» »EOWID-CtA88 POST-OFFICE, MIMOT, I*. D., ACT UCW or MARCH .% 1819. •1 Paper Tor tlie L-'ity of Mi the Tar List for Ward County. Ball Boys Riot nnral roit occurred on the boil ground:!* at Willow Fourth. Wm. Pierow eity umpired the game and center of attraction ior a livue. One of the liiemliers Towner team known as y'' hi running to the home struck the Willow Cit.y mseman with his shoulder, the fellow headlong off imotid. At once a crowd .) chased Heinv over the irowing* Mtlckfs and stones ii. lie? was caught and 1 nearly to insensibility. erTaniFoxof the Minot •tfiee was instrumental in the crowd to let the fel Many cried "lynch him" •rwal guns were pulled. A 'as waved frantically over ud close to his six shooter. Bfckford-Frost Case. ajp Lauder is expected here July 21) to sit on the -Bickford case. A special if court is to be called to is important case. Judge -i was to have ...

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. — 8 July 1903

r~ ki V): ^aw43am«»a»^'wwpu='^^ Celebrated Early Nels Olson an 1 Swan Swanson eama up from down 11n? live:* Friday nij»'hf and began celebrat •-_ nig'the Fourth several hours in dfc^idvnuee. Although July is ... month, tliev secured OT1oifcli fire water to g-et /j'loii- ~ou«ly drunk on and their team ran away withdisaslcouh results to Olson's bug'^y filled with fiTo^ eeries. Olson was badly injure Otlicer Kimball found one horse running' around the following inoruing _and plaeed the animhl in Lrie.c()n'*8 barn.. The other horse lie was unable to locate. The ''Pride of "Minot" is now lit'ee months old and is beginning to talk. n9tf N. By. will sell round trip tickebi on July 7 and 21, Au^. 4 nnd.1.8,. Sept. land ir to ail points irt Idrtfi^ Oregon, Washington at one faro *2 Fur round trip, good for 21 days from Minot. B. W. .jones has just received 100 toffr. of the best grade of blacksmith coal. Gfe mri 4 TConnuin* tujiil. •tonand Kenmaie coal. 2tf —P. H. Baukol, Sam Ready Money. Sa...

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. — 8 July 1903

From Our Correspond ents. Walter, 1 he new restaurant man lost a valu­ able horse. Hake b»os hcjfse took sick at the store Sunday. About twenty big wheel scrapers are fceintj used to complete the big till in the coulee. It is to be regretted that many fields of grain contain a good deal of wild mustard. 'ffcere a rumor atlont that the new town will L(J tailed Li:.^ain. W second the motion. Mr. Murphy is ytf&nng the lumber for sale.which isWvi about the camp for stables, shad .- ote. A first cla* -. ric^v.-.j aper is assured for the town tit' Walter. A complete out-fit is ready to start at a.:y time. Claude Rarchll has been prospecting for water, /st:uok a vein in sand and gravel at to?":i feet. Messrs and Stevens of the Markillie neighborhood arc breaking twenty-iiVe acres for Marbol Thayer. Frank Elliot has the best well in this aeijr' 3*J "3, being forty-seven feet taina twenty -six. feet of eep arl The grade i3 nearly finished which Murphy has charge of. It is expected Shat t...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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