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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 March 1906

W a* linor Tonics irmo is a go vour ,'ino It will pay you to it iooney in town lots in JRarl McGiness, the popular botcher, returned from an extend­ ed Tigit in Iowa. A Grand Forks man Bowed 52 pounds oli rye last spring and threshed 3f» bushels. E. E. Itiley htia gone to Minne­ apolis where he will spend three vyeeks on busines. The once of Minot neal estate is still advancing. Owen McKone sold his corner lot with residence t*?.Conductor Towner for $4500. ...Robert Gillispie, whowas called to..Troy, O., on accoutit of the' ^rious illness of his sister, wtiteg that *h« is impro vingahd he will soon ret am to Minot. Chas. Lano, the Mohail post master, transacted, btmness itf the county's capital Tuesday. Senator fSieele from that boom town was also in this city C. K. Brauer, who owns two Jots next to Blaisdrfll's corner, is preparing to erect a fine building this season. Then* is* no- better property in the city than -that owned by Mr. Brauer. Chas. Printing, the jollv Ger­ man hotal...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 March 1906

STATE NEWS. Dr. Campbell, i» dentist loeam] at Bo bulla Ross is to haw a ii*welry and music store. We'll beta dollar Mrs. Nicholas Longworth cannot bake good soda biscuits. A nineteen-year-old lad from Oakes escaped from the Mandan reform school. Editor Young has an excellent adyerising patronage in his Towner Tribunn. A. L. Martin, of Sentinel Hutte, N. D., wintered 0,000 sheep svith but one jer cent los«*. William Jenniutrs Bryan owiw a town lot in Bismarck, given him eighteen years ago. Ken mare boa*f* of a youn woman so refined thai »hu usee perfumed ribbon on her type writer. A. K.. Lee, postmaster at Ber­ wick, waa found dead in his kit­ chen. It is believed he died from heart trouble. Tbe pure seed train speaker* will have addressed 20,000 fanners by the time their trip i* conclud­ ed in this ntate. Charlie Bleukner. the well known Bowbells m»*rvhant is re­ joining his health under special treatment at. Minneapolis. Jowie Cochrane Belknap. a. Glen burn youny lady sojourning i...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 March 1906

•YI ?. STATE NEWS. I)r. CamplWI, a dentist loca.t»d at Bowbt'lift Ho*s in to have a Jewelry and mtiatc Htoiv. We'll lx?t a dollar Mr*, $ichoia* Longvrorth cannot bake good soda biscuit*. A nineteen-year-old lad from Oaken e«eapei from the ami an reform achool. Kditor Young ha* an excellent adreri.-ting patronage in his Towner Tribune. A. L. Martin, oi Sentinel Butte, N. IX, wintered ,000 sheep with bnt one |#*r cen IOHH. William JenniagH ISrvan own«j a town lot in Ummarck, given him eighteen yearn ago, Kenraare boa,nt« ot' a young woman JH refined that she uned perfume rilebon on her tvpe writer. A. K. Le»% poHtmanter at Ber­ wick, mw found dead in bin kit­ chen. It in believe) he died frorn heart trouble. The pure He»"d train speaker* will have addressed 20,000 farmers by the time their trip in conclud ed in thtH ntute. (Jharlie I lieu tier, the well known lkwl)elU merchant in rs gaining hi.-* health tinder Hpeeial treatment at- Minneapolis. .lonie (Uichrane lielknap. a (rlenburn y...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 March 1906

«I«W ty otee\|M dktM tk ed ltd «old court ftXBGUl'lON SALE executtoo latued out of dl» trial court of the within nod (or the ooub at North Dakota, upon a de­ nt. fenacted in said court, of February,1906. and enter lfl the office of the clerk of tame 13th day of February, IMA. in an action wherein William I.arrabee wwt plaintiff and Smith .Ke.MB.-ire Dry Oofc! Co. it corsoraUoa. J. Murphy a* trwtee.jk"ea niar^rj coikit irtg.-jCkve«rtion»tioB. Weilfc. er Jacobl. Guetar Jaoobi. A. c. Vander voort. Jobs Crosby. Kocem lumber Co. corporation. Oeotge W. Ueatj. Jobn W. Bill. O.J. Forbes. O. F. Gibtw and Charles Glbta were defendants. Jaw of the Maid plaintiff and against the t*aifl defend­ ant Smith Kenmare Dry Coal Co.. for the sum of fourteen thoiwand and thirty three dollar* (114.083.00) principal and interest. atkltfceeoBta of said notion, taxed and allowed at fortv dol tars and twenty cente «40 96) aodan aitornt-T fee of three hundred and fifteen (I816.0P} dollars provided by l»w. maki...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 March 1906

NOTICBn 1 u^nitMQi tud under •Hrbthjudieli ty ot Ward. oree-aad Jucti lkt«d tba 13th o4 and docket* *,• i. 'T Dated at Minor. TT W-w ION SALE principal and interest, andthe eoets of said action, taied and allowed at fortv do], iars and twenty cents (MO 2ft) and an attorney's fee of three hundred and fifteen tftilS.OO) dollars Mprovided by law.making atotal sum of four­ teen thousand. thneehundred and eitrhty-eieht doilan and twenty eeifa*, (•U.Sft&tO) and direct inn the sale of the teal estate hereinafter des­ cribed to satisfy the amount of eiid Judgment, ooste-aad attorney fee. which execution was dated the 3lst day of February. 1908, wherein I was commanded aad directed, is accordance with said Judgment and decree, to proceed forthwith to advtttise and sell said property hereinafter deaenbed. or no is ALIAS jutioaiMuiediqut of trlet court ot the and for the couo ... Dakota, upon a de- pd Qfflcieut eat-'tendered in eaid court. of February IW6. and enter -in the officeol tbe cl...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 March 1906

vfw Jr. '. 1X* "1 4 ?•••$'! fe'V 1': feK- i.te 4" •j -fe p- 4&v A- *'v tf* $ Ui I1 4: Ij"' I" .'• yii sf x**&: &ty til .,,_ltl §TSi| $# it fiw Nee^Bsmnms58sss« .Men's (roodve'r \W!r 1 $3.00 to 5.00 r.AJHEr!'. -. i, I. vv* Cun)t' to loo ICvury (i^par i'} •'ItiiiLi'. uiir ctirnti Ji'T^Iiiio! always a ra.!.\ .Mav v.* have it J. M. WILSON Minot Dru,s Companj. The Minot Drup- Co. is the name of \Y. B. Hawlev's former druK store. The new proprietors. Henry Kline and Dr. Benton, have completed the invoice and find a much larger stock on hand than was anticipated. The store will be kept right up to the top notch in every way. It is pro­ bable that new fixtures will soon be placed in the store, while oth­ er improvements will be made. Mr. Kline who has dispensed drugs in Minot for four or five years, is one of the best drug men in the state. or uli bids. fWSf Jiv. ,• t. /tr -r W v?Ws'-%., 11-C-O IH' to ttuy. Mak»* this your stow, ami mak»'th*1 Iwst jpf.'it. •m»'nr m.»w blossoms w...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 March 1906

St Mt-n's &MRS31 •RIM }RKKTt.vi The Minor Druu: Co. is the name of W. I"!. Haw lev's former drucr store. The new proprietors. Henry Kline and have KH'Iyoar ami with ir a •. Mav we have it'.' J. WILSON Minot Drug Company. Dr. completed the find a much was invoice and larger stock than on anticipated. The will be kept I Shut- S3.00 to 5.00 IVN»:uHi W a S Benton, hand store rijrht up to the top notch in every way. It is pro­ bable that new fixtures will soon be placed in the store, while oth­ er improvements will be made. Mr. Kline who has dispensed drugs in Minot for four or five years, is one of the best drug men in the state. I Kor erotic (.i.'tr.t uiii ?. ri--~ I hat will make fcnc" JKV-!- ©COOJJOO •oeo&ooo .-•vitv ui' si^ns oi Spring a!t."ua! Mr c.-ry !iau!. and the n*'W sea--''ii .s'lWd* jfi-kiua: at th- door-. For t'h»* liN--™! parr,"uiauv acomted ni».» in the pa. tj-1 rrt to my patron- rny heartft'lr rh?*nks.. 1 n»w »'Xtrm.! io nil niv iri»'m WELCOME TO MY STORE! Oorji'...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

4.200 O $ VOLUME 4* NUMBER 5»- I WARD COUNTY Settler's Union. A meeting held in the afternoon at bson'8 opera house when the of the gathering was dial 1, and an Organization per 1. The following officers elected: __ies Johnson, President. hn Lynch, Second Vice. Pres. fhn King, Third Vice. Pres. S. Foot, Fourth Vice. Pres. .*?• Peter Fugelso, Secretary. John McJannet, Asst. Secy. A. C. Nedrud, Treas. Only those who came to Ward county prior to December 31, 1886, are elegible to membership toi this organization. It is be­ lieved by Mr. Johnson, who seems to have been the prime mover in this organization, that there are perhaps living in this part of the state 125 people who came to Ward county prior to that date. Mr. Johnson notified as many as possible of the meet­ ing, but of course hi Ifc. III E missed several. He will consider it a favor if those who were missed, will noti­ fy him of the fact. After the meeting, the crowd was entertained at the Grill Cafe by James Scofield and Mar...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

*Y .V a? JV "r" UMIMJJ Mi'iMf)lif(n uriM.ui $v$V* 7\ ^sj, r^.^4 W i' v" THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Publiahad Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. 0. COLCORO, Etfltor ifcitered June. IS. 1902. as Seco&d-Cl&ss Matter, Postofflce, Minot. N. D. Act, of Coojrtess of Marcli 3, I8TO. ywiQN (SorH MINOT, N. D., THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. It is quite possible that the bill to divide the Minot land district forming a new district with Williston as its center, will not pass Congress at the present session. The bill is being held up in the house, as the leaders oppose the measure. It is generally believed that the bill was rushed thru the senate committee and the Senate without proper consideration, Max Bass, the great immigration agent, who induced many thousand of the poor farmers of the east to come to North Dakota! a few years ago and find homes, accompanied the pure seed train on its trio thru, the state last week. At one of the towns up the Sherwood branch,...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

*1 -I. .1* fr2*3W5 J, .. x't'' *}A Eye Glasses Propei^r usual Leland J" DM Beginning April first we will be prepared to properly fit eye-glassesr our optician is a good 090 prices will be reasonable. Th*t almost goes without saying, but, for the first 30 days, We Will 16 work at extremely low prices in.or­ der to get the department going in good shape. We "carry a good as­ sortment of lenses and frames in, stock and will only send away for tanse& when it's absolutely neces­ sary. If you can't see as well as yon should, then you better see us in April and get your glasses at a very low price. Sftomn. We always show a complete line of these goods in every style and kind. We handle the very best plated wares we can buy and a nice assortment of sterling ware in Knives and Forks. Tea, Table and Fancy Spoons, etc. *We have just added a new lot of fancy Sterling Sugar Shells, Cream Ladles, Berry Spoons. Ice Cream Spoons. Fruit Knives, etc. These items are small and not very expensive a...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

5 mi He GOODS The Soo expects to build 140 aides of track in the state this year. Wh have several quarters near Minot and twelve quarters of fine land within three to seven mile* of (jflenburn, for sale. Rea waltl-S toe verier Land & Loan Co. John H. Lewis let the contract to Eugene Tetitsch for the erec­ tion of tWo $1000 cottages at the corner of Ward and Fourth St. Have your old suit mendfed, cleaned andjpressed by J. A. Lid strom, the tailor. Main Street, near Soo track, Minot. tf N. W. Hall, the music man, re­ turned from Fargo where he se­ cured several more instruments, ffis store is now equipped with a large assortment of piano?. Blue Stem seecftvheat, No. 169, for sale. C. D. Wooia if Wt-oft'ei Ji limited quantity of 100 pc. Meakinn' Cattish WhiteSeraf-poPc^'lainDinuerwai'H for onl.v We JMr «irryirig t#o Open Slock DinnerWar* pterfern*4fid six Opeh Stock English patterns and expect two mora __ »oon. Minor Topics Toy, Wagons of All kinds. See our window this week for Bar...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

HOW 0. G. 6REENLEAF WAS NOMHUTAD Seems to be the Choice of the Peo-' Pie—A Man of Enercy Who \Knows What^a drawing City Meeds—Backed by Good Caodl liatos lor Alderman. ^1* Independent haa*alwa/a stood for *ud worked fqrttie interest ofMinot. We today are doing it) we are able to *io to advance Mipot and nhall 00 tjaue is the.tutur#. We' have loijig '^altaed that Minot need* able and prp jfreaaive aldermen and a Mayor of toot) (tiewtjve ability. Both the aldarnum iad tb« Mayor should act in hameny *ad all should it an times have only OM thing in view and that ia "What ie tKfcit for Minotr* V^eh^e always contained that the IRTOPLA HUPULD HAVE JF. CHAISE. thi&ir cawiidatealpjiifBce ||d if^the^ft 1«ctwn ^t,eandida|M II« fkray^Jef|»tb ttya people there n^^be no fear that ttyy..will not aelect pood SMB. In a ^i$y £f (oe siae of 'Minot the men are wfjll enough known to each voter to en him to select a good man«|wttlioiat aid of political adviee. In the pres campaign caucuses were held ...

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. — 22 March 1906

.' ff $?• '&•' I' 4 W: I'P' :.V~": 3( sv I "I f?#: 'l y. K.-m.- if 5 3.C 7« *3 Gigantic ThMsaids of Bargains. Sale starts FRIDAY, 1 MARCH 23 at9 am Closes SATURDAY, MARCH 31, at IO at *f$V •ft iJl ri?~ ^-\:^r '?wi?s &$ 1 On of these places is on-year beck! Cet under one of our Top Coats We sell Hart-Schaffner *. Marx Clothes because they're best for you to buy. All Wool. uJi* 121 Main Street, }i%s C~t JS? 4 if Shoes and Groceries to be Slaughtered at Minot Very Swell Men and Styles Come and Co, But the Top Coat Goes en F»r»wr! fit fills'agplace that no other coat fills and, as we see it, there area good many places for it. otM: J. M. WILSON The Clothing and Shoe Man, w'^r -7»»^f4 rf^s ,'*"* w»^|| Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner Marx Minot N Mil MASCOT FLOUR NEVER DISAPPOINTS THE BAKER 1 !f Worth of Clothing, Dry Goods, Furnishings, pgH cent 'ess ^atl t*1® In this Sale You Can Afford to Outfit for the Next Five Years. TURNER & PRESCOTT CffiT. I WW North Dakota DON'T FORG...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

«t »*, MEN'S MEDICATED Cleanup Bale prices per ga rtnent. 4 $7.98, arch in •. MEN'S AUSTRALIAN WOOL UNDERWEAR Clearing wile price per garment •EN'S SPRING OVERSHIRTS To wear with detached collars, dark and light shades, clearance sale price MEN'S AND BOYS' ALL WOOL SWEATERS Fancy and plain. Clearing sale prices 39c, 59c, 91c, $1.41, $1.98 and $2.49 I'S HOYS' one buckle vartic Men'ft one buckle arctic Youths one buckle arctics MEN'S SPRINOJOVERCOATS Short and long lengths in colors brown,black and grey clearing sale prices $9.98,$11.89 29c, 39c, 49c, 59c and for the largest.. •Sf TRUNKS Our trunks are made with sheet iron bottoms, J. brass corners, steel, frames, clothj lined, •i 2 straps aroOrid clearing sale $5,98, $6.9$, £7.98 f8.98,jbe9t% MEN'S FANCY.VESTS •1 Men's fancy and plain wash vests clearing sale price...' \vL 177 UNDERWEAR 32c and Boys' Arctics 75 Men's Double Texture Coats Box coats in grev and brown, """jTlfl? clearing sale price vi«ww |#|0 Qfl and... ,|*U«aO TELESCOP...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

DIVIDEND DECLARED. Depositors in Minot National Bank to Soon Receive Checks Which, are Being Signed in Washington Results Have Been Satisfactory. The depositor* of the Mi not National Bank, which is now in the hands of a Receiver, will be glad to learn that in a few days, they will receive checks, covering the amount of the Arist dividend which has been declared. The cheek* ore uow in Washington, \vher v have been for some time, ilit Upceiver will not •state jjuHt how much of ft divi­ dend Iiqn been declared, but gave the Independent to understand, that the amount will be satis factory, and that the money would lie 'forth coming. In fact it was expected that the checks would have arrived e're thin. Mr. Swrords, |he Iteceiver, hut been worki% hat-d %cid the'dtew positors trill find that he trill get everr cent out of the wreck is possible. Write Dr. Sboop, Racine, Wit*., for bis free book oa Rheumatism. It tells •bout Rheumatism, about the causes the way to live to avoid and free the...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

sr A®it will f&V the ryid^E'tcl^n!^|'yo»jr, tnoney. imtown lotw. iri, Palermo. The llfm home of Wiiu Boaen, northern of Granville, burhed to Hld- "ai lUS Jaas Hint, the bUcMBnta,dx*«»ci«n I tifle'norse shoeing.All faults corrected and work guaranteed. Try him, Op poaite Scotiellfc MHM* Earl Mdjllnegs, the popnlfitr butcher, returned from an extendi ed^isit in -Iowa. Sampliii alw*&*at*f*£ -tir's but dl btiy after you have sampled our line l^-candlea. Can at Stoltz's iumber yard and time frit the piic Three little rules we all should keep, To puta ttfe hmw end bright, •Smile ur the morning, ai»U».afcno«n, For pui§) and wholesome c#ndy f© to Ferber. Hemakea them to suit the people and their taste. A number of the progressive Tatman township farmers are organising ahorse company Berber makei fttt own candles therefore he ln«ra Care Independent office, t-f. Minot, N. D. Four residents of Westhope returned from Alaska, where they hunted for several weeks. They brot home seal, deer...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

W. p, Hg\. V... ..• BSBlts 5 %'S'f* '••••. mm" ws&m Wluf TBB COUNTY FATHERS DIP. interesting Proceedings of the Commissioners-Bills Allowed Action on Official Papers. March S, 1906. The Board of County Commission­ ers met on the above date at 9 o'clock in the office of the county, auditor. Com. Swanson in the chair with the following: members present: Abbott, Torbenson and Elliott. Black ab­ sent. After looking over and discuss­ ing' the various business before thtm the board adjourned until 2 o'clock. Yl'toirnoon Session. The board met at 2 o'clock as per adjaurnment. Com. Swanson the chair with the following- members prtsent. Abbott. Elliott, and Torben­ son. Black absent. Moved by Com. Abbott and seconded by Com. Elliott that the affidavit of Margaret Barthol­ omew be accepted. Motion carried. Moved by Com. Abbott and seconded by Com. Elliott that tht request of H".. J. Herzosr's in regard to the opening1 of the section line commencing at the northwest corner of section 19, t...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

l§i il .# ::t W*- 4 1 \4 rawl. NOTICE OP EXECUTION SALE By virtue of a special execution ifwucd out of and under seal of the district court of the eighth udloial district within and for the court ty of Waiid. state of North Dakota, upon a de­ cree anei judgment tendered ib said court, dated ths l3tH dj*y of February. 1006. and enter­ ed and dockeleiUUKthe office of the clerk of .said court on thuHB*!% Kith day of February, 1906. in an actlonKfihOTein William Larrabee was plaintiff nod Smith Keniuare Dry Coal Co. a corporation. J. C. Murphy as trustee. Ken mare 1 *y Cool & iitg, Co. a corporation. Walk­ er Jncbbi. Guitar 'Jaootti, a: C. Vander voort. John Crosby. Rogers Lumber Co. a corporation. George W. Beaty, John W. H1U. D.J. Forbes. O. F. Oibbsand Charles Uibbs were defendants, in Javor of the sold plaintiff and airolnst the said defend ant, Smith Kenmarc Dry Coal Co.. for the sum of fourteen thousand and thirty three dollars (IU.038.00) principal and Interest, and the costs...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 March 1906

i. H* f- ^,l: ii^ js#8' NOTICE OF ELECTION. "..' Notice is hereby sriven that the annual elec­ tion in and lor the City of Minot in the County of Ward and State of North Dakota, will be held on Monday the ind day of April A. D. 1906. at the following plnci-s in the respective wards of said city: First Ward—-At court, house on lot —, block 8. Rams tad River View Sub-Divison. Seoood Ward—At "url Torbenson's resi­ lience on lot tf. block :. Torbinson's addition. Third Ward—North side school bouse. Foafrth Ward--Residence on lots 2, 3 and 4, Mock9.306 Jam's Street. Brooklyn Addition. Fifth Ward -At .r. McConneU residence on lot block 17. Sixth Ward—At'Grout Northern lumber ofilce on lot SO block lit. The following officer* will be elected at NOTICE TO ELECTORS. Notice is hereby (riven that the following in­ dividual nominations of candidates to be voted toroSices on the City of Minot Ward county. North Dakota, at the annual City election to be heid on Monday, the Sndday of April 1906. h...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

v* tcWCULVnON 4,200,1 & I Vv VOLUME'S. NUMBER I ELMER HORN COMMIT SUICIDE? Body at YouflK Mad Who is Thot to Hive Committed Suicide Found at' Orand Hotel. Kliner Horn, a young roan 1 9 awakened early in the morning, -IP. S by the smell of powder, as he gays, and rushed down stanf* to inform the night clerk, Tom Halligan, that everything was heard nogun report Upon in­ vestigation it was learned that tlie terrible' Seed tiad been -tioms' mitted in the very room in which 'he slept. The body lay on its backhand the bed clothing, was terribly bespattered with Mood. One thing which caused a good ••V'firm deal of comment, was the fact O thatrthe forehead was not even powder blacked. The coroner was notified, but upon looking over the surroundiugs, concluded 15 that it was a clear case of suicide -Li and did not call an inquest. £0 Two rten were seen fighting near the Grand Hotel Sunday ^*1 evening about 9 o'clock, and it mav be that Horn was one of them. This gives a little strength t...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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