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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 1 February 1906

H'S$ I* 'yl* 4 5"v OLD SOLDIER FIGHTS HIS LAST BATTLE M. J. McCiure of Foxholm Dies From Pneumonia—Two Week® Illness—Interesting Life Story of a Brave and a Good Man. 51. .1. MeClure, one of the most highly ostwined residents of Fox holm, died .lanuary 24, after an illness of nearly t\v» weeks from pueumonia. He was aged 02 years, nine mouths and 24 days. The decedent, had always en­ joyed »ood health uutil he was taken with his last sickness. The funeral services were held from the Methodist church in this city Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock ^nd the remains were laid at rest in Hose Hill cemetery. Mr. Mc('1 uiv lived such an up­ right life that no man could point to one of his misdeeds. When the country was about to he rent asunder in the sixties, he foined the Union army and for four years defended her cause Three times was he shot, yet he lived to fight a good fight at the battle of Murphysboro. He was in many other engagements in the war. Mr. McCiure was a member of Co. 4th Ohio....

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 February 1906

-V- rV /'V, fu 1 jfjp |V\ llll I FARMERS' CONVENTION. [Continued from first page.] disomy 8 tbe blue ribbon. One fa/Or remarked that he be­ lieved that it would be a good idea when we have another con vention, for the judges to require' of the farmers that the.y ah all not clean with a fanning mill any of the grain on exhibit, mo The greatest butter producing country in the world is said, to be Norway and Sweden. Ameri­ can creamery associations have sent butter experts across the water several times to try and learn the Scandinavian art of making butter. Here in Ward county we seem to have learned that art. If any finer butter can be produced in the world than was on exhibition at the Far­ mers' Convention, we would like to see it. Fifty prints, carefully made, salted right up to a 1T" and worked to perfection. Just the right amount of coloring to make it look well. North Dakota grass and hay gives the butter a pecularilv sweet pure flavor. The spectators could not resist th« tempt...

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 February 1906

Echoes Prom Henry Jacobson, a prominent Ivenmare fanner ami his wife were interested nttMicliiiitsnt" the convention. Tliev leftimmediate­ ly after its t-lose fur Mountain Home, .Idaho, where they own fine t'anniuy property. Mr. •lucobson Was th*» tirtft raiser of ltmcavoni wh»*.it of. any note in Ward county. i'ostinaster Win. liody.es and Contractor Holers visited the. (•»nrelation Friilay^ainl paid the Independent a pleasant visit. More than 100 farmers took advantage of the Independent's liber'al offer on subscription for die Farmers' Convention days only, and secured the Independ­ ent, and their clicioe of the Sc. Paul Weekly pispatch and the Dakota Fanner for fl./fhe In tlereiidoiit lie-»rd niAirv kind words for its efforts, to .stand back of the farmers of the North­ west and is certain of a hearty t:o-ope»ation in the-iutui-e.' The Indejendent Avas sorry to •learn that the. railroad, coin piuiies'did not in every'C-ise keep frdith wit I lie farmers for many were charged full...

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 February 1906

/T' \mn 4 lit: SI lyrrrs.Ty?*!-* 1 1 N Vi 4 »R?«7 ^"i•'r,-"V r,vt»Vx^ -,iy ssm. AROO, 3U»4w i* «.* *4 to# I NMMM W Makes Drinkers Temperate. Makes Loafers Meji. OT a gold cure—-but a sure cure—no failures and money back at end of treatment if not satisfied. That's wh^t the Murray Cure is and there, need be npw nft inore hesitancy. Induce yourself, your brother, father or friend addicted to the drink or morphine habits, to come to us and be made men. X* Ifu #A,* W fix's 3SSi8i 321 Thirteenth is.- Twin City Rapid Transit Company Office of the General Mgr. MINNEAI'OI.'S, MINN.. July 20,1899. To Whom It May Concern: I take pleasure in boar ing testimony to the good work done by I he Murray Cure Institute in the complete and satisfac­ tory care of several men in theemploy of the Twin City Rapid Transit Coin jmny during the past year. Among the litin druds of valuable men in the street car service oc­ casionally there is one whose only fault is drink. We have followed the policy that it i...

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 February 1906

$ $ Minor Topics Ludieshain) bag-sat the Branch 1210 Main St. Suiiill i»' ihw.iiIs in anutubcr of NoI it'll III Ml» L. S. Malloi v.architect, Miijot, Nortli Dak»t CT If Th^ Norwich Item was robbed! of a pail of coal. Visit the Branch and get our prices on Mdse. Matches—12 li«xi»s for 10c at Wheel­ er's. Sej the advertisement of the Western Implimeut ». Messr* I 'unlit I Mrs„ r~ If M'ld Wejlund arv iiot 1'niinri'tMi] with the v- .Minot Bottling Works any. more. .When :rr r.«-'v to liiV lumber, bcj^surt' and ir«-t pries from P. II Stolt?. Wfc will try use poll right. O. H. R^nd, Mannger. t4. jjjfrs. John HfHinger luis gone tri'" Humboid. Wis. for »n extend­ ed visit, 'JllueSre.n «-t»»wi wheat .No. 1.09 frtr sm!.\ l». Wooi.vkuton. u. u. X'V-j. Mir.r.t. x. tf. fi"o. Mi F.i'Mfii is quite ilf of ryplio'.l tWer. bur is grow­ ing better. Irish Linen "vi-ireiM-rabletseach 5c. The Branch, li-JO \IMill Si". J. C. Sniiilbvo'xi. the grocer, is laid tip with :t bad attack of pluerisv. Bovey-Shti'...

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. — 1 February 1906

-fr Moore's picture shop...offered to the farmer's wife or daughter writing the best essay on "Ad vantages of Living on the Farm" a dozen protographs. Miss yEmma Hewitt was awarded the "1st prize, while Mrs. Laura Lott secured a second. The articles are both so well written that we will produce them: FIUST PRIZE. Think of the environments that surround a, family living on a farm. A farmer's advantages for the upbuilding of himself and liis community are equaled by those of no other business man in the country. He probably owns the land that he tills he sows his own peed at such times as he sees fit he harvests his crops without asking the consent of anyone, and markets his grain whenever he feels that he is get­ ting the greatest returns for his harvest. Through the long, long days of summer he toils in his fields, enjoys fresh air and pure breezes that are filled with the scent of the new mown hay, or vhe green grasses and the fields of waving grain. What other business man is ther...

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. — 1 February 1906

ROOSEVELT TALKS OF THE DAYS HE. TRADED AT BUFORO fl ('. (iieenup. one of the four Williston men who went to Washington, !).('. i, short time n»o to confer with President Roosevelt re«»'atiling" the Willis ton irrigation project, was in Minot Thursday, and tells an in­ teresting- story of his visit with the President. In company with Senator llans brough. the four men were usher­ ed into the presence of the chief executive of this government, lioosevelt heard the \vishes of these men. and ut the conclusion of the explanation, Seuator llansbrough walked to the Pre­ sident and laying his hand, on his shoulder said, "Now Mr. Roosevelt, you know what we want and 1 want you to bring this action before the Secretary at once." Roosevelt grasped the situa­ tion immediately, and throwing his lower jaw down in such a wav as to display his famous set of teeth to their best advantage, gave a hearty laugh and said, '•I*!? set* to it this very dav." And Roosevelt said, "I used to do jsuuil) Ira-1 ...

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. — 1 February 1906

A .4 '~v, \:lr^r if -V _Jf! fwyyw FARMERS' CONVENTION. J^oatinued I.'om third page.] At the concmefon of the meetings the following set of resolutions were Resolved, tirBt, That we most heartily endorse the work of the Agricultural College of this state, and urge its claims upon the far­ mers of this section when contemp­ lating sending their sons and daughters away for a more complete and practical education to enable them to better meet the responsibil­ ities and opportunities of life upon the farm. Resolved, second, That we desire to endorse the excellent plan and work of the Experimental Station in its application to agriculture, and urge our representatives in the next legislature to request a larger appro­ priation for this purpose and an in­ crease in the auniber throughout the state. Resolved, third, That we endorse most earnestly the work of Profes­ sor Ladd of the Agricultural college in his efforts to enforce the pure food law now on the statute books of-this state, and r...

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. — 1 February 1906

W 4,-f wipp^^ 4 A .* $* 1 a.""1' Could (let a Gas Well. The Independent wishes to call attention to the advertisement from the North Dakota Artesian Well Co.. of Oakes, N. D. This is one of the strongest if not the strongest well companies in the state, and the promoters are ready to work at any place in the state. They have several of the best wells to their credit in various parts of the state. The company is very successful in getting gas wells. They have several of the strougest gas wells southwest of Jamestown, N. I). Gas was also struck at aniws. town and air- Pwitr, S. I)., the city is getting $100 a month froifi its gas we'll. The company in a letter to the Independent states that it believes Minot is in an excellent location for a gas well. The New Cough Syrup—the one that acts as a mild cathartic on the bowels— is Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. It expels all cold frtm the system, cuts the phlegm out of the throat, strength­ ens the mucous membranes of the bran­ chial tu...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 February 1906

/-if]'J nil Wing- wi!i being s*bi irion.s. huriuM he could iii'fti. M&w V^^tarcjly ^tflmpjwJismadei f" /fcb.crem&(t#«Jphn Jv .fei§heii'tff 5 ®Wl' ,rew, lilt'/i (iistjrj^^ aw*aili O, iug the. e^ioqpf tbp (cj i^triet court, w^ile Cpyne is jiu^ng a 2 |)&aa>wpuu4 iu. tUe^ide at the t, county hpspitiail- of ^the!,^temptt-a. ernrie^is to'iaaepe^eftt,ifeijprt^r: •, '[J, had^otip(to!^.tal $wjay ®m \yitb. thpi,"i.i,*tfeiitjiQp •f'JJ'' w'jtu^.eia 'fyf-.i/M then I" Thad accompauied Mr.''dlson to his heme that'!night, and we retired in hi8('.bed ground floor. Not a great \yhile III aft( we had gone to sleep I was awakened by, Olsoii shaking 0 ine and, hqr infprtppd me that someone yas ^priiig outside and that thev 0y1,deufily jWere, trying 0\tb db u^lup \Ye Vpoth got up but of tied* and on. the, OS' tjb brig,h jii p^ijil jg^t 1 Wie.e&dh^. jg^abbed .our 2 I P'ppnrf nfj'h" Ad&ess Gjyen-on (PORTaAiir flAM BL E RSe I ifr¥ I s. TO CREMATE SHERIFF Fi r.M.vr -"f( on Ward M'l'Ovi...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 February 1906

11 1"s* THE WARD COUNTY DM v.! i!•» nunilier irt 1 deaths Nurtli IIII-MII Iid g'ood to count week. It'.-, uoo milch lip-! 1 i-d iv Seliaior Ilansbroiigh ha introdiM-ed bill in INDEPENDENT Published tvury Wednesday. C. F. TPiUAX, Publisher G. D, COLCORD, Editor KntcreU •hnu-. Is I'.HU. us Second-Class Mutter. I'ostoOlce, -Minot. N. U. A of ConKi'ebs of March i, 187'.). .MINOT, .V |j., THURSDAY, I'lUlKUAItY 7, 1900. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Fargo's paving will cost $400,000. Two parties are about to open Business colleges at Bismarck. A large woolen mill from Iowa is about to remove to Uismarck. Titos. Shea, a convict sent up to the pen from Fargo for three year.-3, died of tuberculosis. From all intliciy ions'. the new libel law is not a success, and should l.n'repealed by the next legislature. Adciiiian farmer living in the west gets a thousand dollar draft for every child born in lii.s family from his rieh father in the old country. It looks as though he were trying to bankrupt the old m...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 February 1906

'iiidi 'iW a, '•.'iicti in-.a 1: and W!'• WAS b: 1 I is 7i pru i:nes 1 bu! lil I le inoi'ev il' O" o". 1 .:i:!• fi• iia-I seen ias around in his fe-.a kicks right and left, a.i innocent iambs at the hurling epithets like there is no money in $ ACTS GLEANED FROM CHARMERS'jX)IWErmON. J.\ Concise Report of the Address Given on Stock Raising, the Sowing ot Seed, the Care of Land and Other Phases oi Farming—it's Good Reading—Preserve these Articles. KKiOIMM STOCK-—KAUY liKi:i*'. C( )!i 1!' ice »1, ll.i' Vci* .' i! Mi" Joseph \V ri (.if )!i io spoke I ossi! ilo time in the spring lo on tin- vopic of i'eeiiing slock, the ground, in onh-r lo'gjve I'i'ovii!c i( i: endowed Mr. jail he weed sends JjVing wil li that happy faculty of »t.v in ami tii being able I mingie good coin-1 right ui ha! rowing or ci iii it nioii,sctisc with I H'iji'h I. wlioicsome Itefi'iu to mix it, ^raduaiiy wtl i.i skim milk pj*efe:Mhly separator milk and a,s the butler fat is re- lnced substitute us as gra dm illy a j...

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 February 1906

tU'COWHT ii $ ut. 2.,' 1 "i'- -:!j S VllUt^ii'tUU^nn 'o it rpsolvei jwyjHtie WymMiileil CiitySof, MiiwMrhat it"i* MuiM«een tlmt tlid following lUwjeilaMt »|.rov.4ionlH MM.f- dlWl^pr cor iny 10 the HK-in» 1i^MA^p4.wM* Mt»i!s T#-*-* 1 That loirs' HtroiAfri^HW-t-het of Lleishu str to ihe oast line of Want S'It-el and fiom the west: line of Waj^' Sti."t til th" east. line uf I ''"''stoil ul il HIIII I'l.ii oi on i-!iilo. Ward Street fmm llr south line of th-s^BPsCv right of way of the AHnnea'.iolis Si Paul ml11 S.III 1 '"•(ir«'"Railway Co till' and placed mi .imt npi .rt 1 no^q Th nT VVn rrl-Rtr^ thi' nort Ii •••:--\r STATE OF NOhTn iaiuIA, MilUil, Jjf \V u',:t",:. 1 therefor peretttiiutw-ilii'Mii*, the io(1i.i'tis Hi' tin 11 LAii'111 in iimi I'.i irti• rnr(Vri,jS)Mt«'v" fit ill III" Otuiuiimii)it) 1 mr$ ^jv£! s—nxH-nrhvi- frtmr EDITORS 1 .qui 1 iiiM''-u on i' h'f.fi'fi' y« tio!is £5 ami in I 1 opened up. That tnis resolution ]iu!)lisl]id n.- veajSf'.iiiiHd Timf• f.ubeMildwin'. ph Koaeh...

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. — 8 February 1906

AND) closed t? Pctn dt^-nfiflpd Point aown prices* A. (J. Hicks fi'oiu nort IJUU )l't l\V(iSt ui.splwj«i aired (J tlOdtl MU&T^n30LD,'BILLS Among the finest samples of W3w*|ia^PSei Fn *Tvarpw, \V fiax averaged 25 bushels. John!Stranber«r of Minot sent to Ww^]§\NUMU®iTa E£f»T of about, scatters tin\v to next rf"»iflf» 1 •ft??l')^ Mt IVm-l it(L nn.Tif-oi'i L:\lit: turhfc lndenendeMl fllac^)^n were "Pfentilo\Lhfividt. in tiluc.'r rpf,n siioBbl^jObiWliHrfh HtyK^ liW'.v pWVtifiWv vlatuitlftd MuteKwts.se 't-0"Qp -secure l«iyH (5Kb®st reyif fori©*^ff$»u"iMety tawd.Mi 1 thVMT ^reHHiTig n\t WA^rcs^ill/01 conv^I'tjon- GREAT Kin&U tsfefieed Sovfi uiJ What Tliev Piu-1'.!.'!"'.'' 1lleln andAbn^edalHknuMfr tfjjt, seSMSflKtfokse- oats. .a.v.era ed CJW| A'Iw»liiiifkVteitheseIdirfe "tete&S'f1'-1"''", ,4.Mh OiMtuMtl W'lffltfWljJ''' t( »Hhooltirfc'e,diW«l &ttWPV('1(11' h9$r v%wiy -hiifhft x.iiu,un«xh I ..j.. -Scli-ln,ber Lij.trA .^.v./^^A'^iwNrrtional. i-otn season lie thrfisfl^g-^ Kred...

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. — 8 February 1906

JF ft iyi FARMERS' CONVENTION. [Coufcinved from third piitfej o:sr. about $0000 to buiM a 40,000 bu.slu-l house ami thai, it should be provided with a good iH'i' 11 re veil1 rin? skipping of the screening's to to the enst'., iii'Nt paying the freight on them and then giving them away to 1't (.levator coiupanies who soil tlu'iu itC 'ipi and $8' .•7-20,001). ... 1 it dry in- -.'e ]ir.)') V* 111 (t. 'V thai Si i» ir- I if & per ton, but instead keep tliem at home ami uso thein for feed oil the iavin. lie said liat North Dakota, far­ mers la*t vear paid out 000 as commissions for inavkel iiiit their grain and hat being nioniuers of the Minnesota 1* ai­ mers IvxvhanjiV the same grain (HMild have been marketed lor Satuidawforenoon Prof, llover stad Vave a feu' htnl.s on rheeare ot poultry. lie believed oats to be about as gootl feed as any for lavm hens, but that winter thc\ should be provided with green a ul animal food, such as lour--, cut Clover, or alfaltn soaked in wa.ter and mix...

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. — 8 February 1906

mm Tha farmers at Sherwood an elerator 1 1 ThelHe^LftilMr Co. is installing yard «t Ray. Two good heating stoves for Kale. In* jjuireat tail office, The Kenmare Journal has installed a piano contest. Old English Fruit Cake at Wheeler's. Per Cake S8e. Tbe Great Northern transacted 910,* 000 worth of business at Ray last month. Try Orange Food at Wheeler's. IQe. Matches—12 Boxesfor 10c at Wheel- ®f'8 The Kenmare Journal is one of the papers that calls afire a conflagration. For Sale—, 885 coupon for Gett's Piano, ,v Price 940. Inquire at Independent. It is reported that Editor Fatterson of the Ross Valley News desires selling out. Ship your cream to tbe Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for your tf« The county commissioners convened Monday to allow bills and -to draw their breath. Nels N. Nelson has the contract to buil£ a fine residence for Miss Ella A. Fedge in this city. Mrs. limery Olmstead arrived from Willow City to spend the remainder of the winter in this city. Balfou...

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. — 8 February 1906

VT li li ii a 11 r~* V. ti tl lc fr tl 1 si si rr ti e' tl a t* fa id tl itl a THE FURLEY BOS. ORE BOUND OVER The FurWy Brog. from Bort. hold were bound over to the District court under $500 bends, by Judge Davis, last week. This was the second time that the men were up before the Judge. They are.chnrgedby Philip Glunt a Berthold farmer, with extor­ tion. Glunt lives on the Furley's farm. They claim that he cut a hole in the barn thru which to put hay and claim that the boys sliding down the roof pulled off some of the shingles. Glunt and his wife testified that the Furley's came to their home and demand­ ed that Glunt pay them $19 damages this he refused to dp. Taking him to the barn, he says one of them kicked at him and cursed him, until he was forced to make out a check on the Bert hold bank. On the check he wrote that he was compelled to do it. The men took the check to the bank and had it cashed. The case will be inceresting. Methusala was all right, you bet For a good old sou...

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. — 8 February 1906

FACTS A. C. Hicks from northwest of Des Lacs, displayed macaroni Wheat which averaged 35 bu per acre. John Burbridge, a Carpio farmer, raised Silvermine oats, which averaged 65 bu. per acre and weighed 47 pounds to the bushel. He had 800 bushels of such oats and brought a sample to the convention. Among the finest samples of flax was that raised by M. J. Os born of Carpio, whose Russian flax averaged 25 bushels. John Stranberg- of Minot sent to Fairbault, Minn, for a bushel of "Sweedish" oats, sowed them and threshed 30 bushels. Last season these oats averaged 80 bu. per acre. A sample of these were placed oil exhibit. Oats which averaged 110 bu. to the acre, from the Sherwood country were brot to the exhibit by their raiser. J. •!. Schlaberg. Variety, Salzer's White National. One bushel weighs 5 pounds. Wm. Fredrick^ froingten miles southwest of Des Eighty-five days from the time Karl Stredwick's oats were sown until they were cut is quite a re­ cord. These same Big 4 oats weighed ...

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. — 8 February 1906

%. n.W 1 ©f Mi jr. Wj 4 ^*4 "V lRMHRS' convention. Oaf Riigiilar i'.'Saturd'iy BaiC/ it The 1 ilm fin best yet offei .Mm:i l- Lai tO 3 CUSTOMER, •noon 1'rol. 1 love/i-1 ciii an $500 to loan on farm land by bprivate individual. Terms- mid rates are right, Address (are Independeht- office, t-f. Minot, N. D.' ..-. ri an ke a. hem clu.) tii« htii ii/out the sjze oi a vet it Thoromrlil thp 11 nois .'•r over Wit.a com drv covering a ••if Fize o! ]'J" coliabl. make it. 1 1 a a I I I -rr ma rtihtv th iioAH a Satnr lav" a ten tiiTee I O. Vrr *\rr «moi» i!l flS head an ii' iMm city S. iA La 'irrn ^dressed. tTie_Tari'ne them that 51 J. ion.^W 1 ^•anv ]/WT^T^ per cent of out' population in \o^%pako® depend in diii 1 he i«-iivrliMl wit li a uooil &m \tpr 1 fT' j-ft? 11 I ns 111 1 he Cil^t ha! had i»V»..ed fil'tv years from now AiJaicvhl^wT Tmn ort'aT i^acfa jbaviiji^49 ,( lei-'*! on iii(- laim. ^TPRDA* one's feats?^° th"T trijk ns on \v I'll W I -u ,' on** iiiiuiiiji 1 M'-M' T! a in an u«re ...

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. — 15 February 1906

CIRCULATION 4.200 5 b. O O LL O III E Q. Ill —I ffl III -I ffl The case of Ward county against three of the members of CO the Board of County Cominis tOsioners, Leslie It. Carroll of Don 5 neybrook. Win. Black of Chilcot, and S. S. Richardson of Bo»vbells, after a series of postponements, finally came to trial Friday al'ter 0- -noon before Judge (Joss at the court house. States A ctorney McCiee assisted Jj" by Attorney Irny of Ken mare O and Attorney \Vinenian from Grand Forks, appeared for the state. If there were any before the trial who believed that State's Attorney McGee would not prose I" cute the case to the best of his ability, they must have admitted •J to themselves that they mis­ judged him. From start to finish the three attorneys for the state had the case entirely within their hands,and seldom failed to make a point but that they were suc­ cessful. Some very knotty prob­ lems were placed before the de­ fendants in such a way that it was hard for auyone to see how they ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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