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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 8 July 1903

Minor Topits iVlVVViWV%ll%%11 Now hay is selling in Mi not, i1 .$1 il toil. Judge l'alda went, to ttott ineni Monday on business. .It. 11. Emerson is l»nililiii«»* fine cottage near the con rt Iiohsi. Hanker Davidson is building a $+0,000 residence at C'arrington. JSlrs. Geo. Dodgft an 1 childivn nvfc visiting ivjl&tiVoM in I\itod, Wis. Watermelons may be bad on the homo market at cents each. Countj- Auditor Larson and wife have returned from a visit In St, Paul. C. W. limner came up from liar vey Monday to spend the Meek at the mill. Our oil dealers have in accor­ dance with the new law, painted tli9 gasoline cans red. W. H. Rouse has a post office located at his honi3, Sec. 4-157 83 known as Wayne. Daniel L. Spencer of Reece, Mich., is visiting his brother, Colonel John Paul Spencer. Miss llonmess and Mrs. Ids vaag of Cooperstown are visiting with Eric Ilustad and family. Wm. Wetter was bound over to appear before the next term of court Tinder $500 bonds, for yelling beer, lie...

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 July 1903

ftU IOOI w£s villc brot Mr far pre^.- Jo 0«^and jrtod ua the Mi jfiMtt Lottie C'.r.T it list this wok. tfrs. 'J. Butts is entertaining phew of Pratt thia week. dr. R. French is entertaining ohew, Mr. Grace or Minot. Several of our Markilli friends cele ited the Fourth at Walter. Charlie Pik? spent part of last week :h his parents of this place. *Ir. and Mrs. E. Palmer spent Sunday :h Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heoht. \Irs. Smith ai.d family spent Satur with her daughter Mrs. Ole Johu l. Vlr. and Mrs. Hainze proved up on jir claim this week and h:\vo moved ay. ionry Hanson of Minot spent the urth'witli his father and sinters of place. \lr, and Mrs. J. Wilson sp^nt 3atur and Sunday with their daughter, ,s. B. McDonell of Burling na. •'Che farmers of Ward county have j.iaiderable mustard in thair crops this son and should not neglect pulling it. lev. Hood will preach in the new her his house Sunday at 11 o'clock, nday School afterwards. All are leoiue. rs. B. O'Deil, and daughter, Ethel, ~J|nn...

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 July 1903

PT' ,1 J. *-•».. ,jg-s J* •73 "I VOLUME 2. NUMBER 13. Are Classed as Fakers Sell* Downs' Circus Do Net Qlve Satlsfac tiou to the Thouianfe People Who Gathered here List Thursday. Some Features Were Good However. The sun Tose bright and clear whon tb» Sells and Down's circus pulled into tfee G. N. yards last Thursday morning. A"crowd gathered at the dopot to wit­ ness the unloading of tho paraphernalia and the animals. It was an interesting sight to*wat them raise tho little city of tents. Tho parade with its animals and mus­ ic gave all the appoarance of a good jshow. But how soon were we disappoint­ ed. The free exhibition frave evidence of its being a fake and their dccission to Rive only one performance was another. But the authorities saw that the farmers had come in, and would see the first per­ formance they saw no hope of au even­ ing crowd.. The city experienced crowq? that would do justice to any of our large cities, «nd from early mora until noon farmecs could be seen comi...

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. — 15 July 1903

a sv o: pi sc fit Pr eh wc iza R. I Pr brc dai rc the riH*] aid A in tl is fr bria aer-i. sam? the 1 are Moil Si ville brot 2\1 farf quit the W Colfo prerf* Jo runr_ camf' to Ol seq" at n-ilh' be info (n abon load. THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. 3 Wi. twen whi r^ a hoijd He at pr there-y &.#< black® «'hoic?S1 !.re"cit then whicl, -#inoL] 1'UULiaHlCD EVKKY WF.DN ESI1AY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. THUAX, tt. D. COLCORD, KNTERKD JUNK 18{ sa rs PUOMKOKU. Kdh'OK. 1902, AS SK(!OM-C:r.ABt MATTKK, I'OST-OFRJOE, MINOT,.N. U., ACQ OF CONUKK8S OFvl^liCH ft, 1871). The (Wlcial VajHT foe the City of Mi not, and tho'.Tax List for Ward County. County Fathers rncludc Business ElgtyNcw Townships Were Org-miied. ty Auditor County For Coun­ Piaccs Lislimnse of Runaiag Bnsuing Year at $68,001). Tilt county coimnist-iioiH'rs fin­ ished their work Tiu-.-dny noon. The week they were in session was one of the busiest ever known to the county dads and they did. a lot of important business. The following t...

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. — 15 July 1903

Busy wick ati! 'n(3epend"n! Re ,•,'••.•• -. Done ai One of lUinoi a Liw^t iuHtte.it.:-. I .Ij.ftSS l?k-Jck D:vy. An )iitjependout ropoi'l'ur vi:viL .mJ i. ho brick yard owe niK: eost oi t• \vn Fridav and l'dU!,ii owry woriv iny vreii. About,! wen 'y men arc employed. Plu- kiln is not completed but the ein plo.vea are engaged in getting, out clay and nam I, mixing it. hauling it in a car i'or lint pur­ pose up an incline and slumping it in a pit below, where ii is wet. Here the clay is sho1. el.'d into the brick making machi.ie. Two men are ke])t busy taking the soft brick from th•» machine anil working- the molds. A large canvass covered shed 2N0 feet, long-has been provide-1 in which to dry the brick. At the presen.t rate about •{(, 000 brick are turned out of the machine daily. When burned tiie brick will assume a pretty red color, it is made from the same bank of clay that was used iu making' brick for 1he Minot liool buildingund several other of our best buildings. There is no b...

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. — 15 July 1903

Jo 'ur.r_ •U!LLF 01 t.N)» 0 itfr* jeinfo boiiri ad.g W wen ie hond Ie CI pr here iiA. -ere lack6 hoic?S' reac^f hen ilial, sa !8 Misan Mlfgjj A pig", ie jxus MiaJUf ig atp Fra)rf( ill b«Wi Olivia inS ADITIONAL, LOCALS p. Ildvedsen is building a barn "x5t for Mr.Lsmcke in 158-83. Mrs. S. Messinger of Bowbells visiting with Jas. Briggs and tmily. •Win. Carroll and family came own from Stanley to see the eplmnt. The fees for the Register of eeds office last month were 943.85. Mrs. ('has. F. Wheeler has re trned from Williston to join 31- husband. Miss Flora Tripp has accepted position in the office of the egister of Deed. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Weber re lrned from a three weeks visit Minnesota. If you are interested in mining ock, sea Chas. F. Wheeler at a Sueur block. Mavor Iloach returned from Paul and Northfield. Minn, reports rainy weather there. Everything uew and up to date Astoria barber shop. Candies ibaccos and eigars in connee on. Henry Auslander furnished 335 saves of bread for t...

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. — 15 July 1903

..Miiior Topics.. Chattel and Real Estate Mort­ gages at tills office. (ilea Byrket and wife were down from Kay Saturday. Colonel Hanscom has returned from his western trip. D. L. Mallory went to Belmond la., to visit a few weeks. O. M. Moorman of White Earth was in the city Monday. Minot was defeated at York by tliu,c team Friday 4 to 5. Itev. S. T. Foster attended a union picnic at Riga Friday. Blank notes and Chattel Mort ira°'e releases for sale at this office. York defeated the Grand Forks league team at York, Sunday, 4 to 2. A ten pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Botz Jr. July 1. Win. Healvof Mapleton, Minn., is visiting iiis brother, Banker liealy at (Jlenburn. Oateopatliy—Nature* remedy for all •chronic diseanes.—Dr. IfcosH, Joluison block, Minot. 12-4t The Iiowbells Bulletin is but a month old and has a fine adver­ tising patronage. The paper is .excellent. The County Commissioners vent to the stock yards Monday .afternoon to inspect the site for ii new road. •S...

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. — 15 July 1903

ri i' l"4 fi rs S? I V. ir SI )TT, Wateriord Township. Haying is in progress and the crop is good. Most of the flax on in bloom. Perry I (or Hugo' North Prairie is Perry Bailey is doing some breaking uado Laura Leazenby left for her old home in Indiana Monday. John Hines is assistinp John Eddy with his plowing this week.. J. T. Louderback is hauling hav to' Minot this week and says that liuy is getting pretty nice for the market. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Land Office at Minot, N. D. June 1903. Notice is hereby given that the follow­ ing named settler has iiied i.otiee of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made before Register and Receiver of United States Land oSiee at Minot, N. D. on Aug. 1st 1903, viz: HARRIET E. DUNTON H. E. No. 10521 for the seJi sec 7, twp 157 rant 81. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: C. L. Fnnderhide of Minot, N...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 22 July 1903

*1. ft Facts Regarding Mouse River Minot has been designated an observation point by the govern­ ment and each day the velocity and depth of the water of Mouse riv^r is tested. The at s:stantengi­ neer of the government was here recently and appointed H. L. Wheeler local observer. It was determined that in June but one half fts much water was running as in May. About 200 cubic feet passes a given point each second now. The average velocity is fifty fei't a second. The government is learning all it can reysr ling the livers with a view of irrigating the country if there is ever need )f it. The land could not be irrigated from the Mouse river unless the river was tapped in Canada. Lock of Napoleon's Hair Mrs. E. A. Crokat has perhaps the most, interesting relic in the state of North Dakota. It is a ama'.l lock of hair from the head ef tin? great Napoleon. Mrs. Crokat in company with the doctor visited Europe several years ago spending beveral months in England, Scot­ land, France ami ...

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. — 22 July 1903

r •st •.ciA %%P W at li4 th th if in in of irf of N. II. 22 pr ru Sa Ht Ly Ja Tt V( the fli-o and «!ny .y, for I- av WW¥ fHffWAR&CQ. INDEPENDENT. iSWUfeWMtftHrAX. TftUAXfc CTfLodRD. i-y c. r.nwjA*,: *,"q tf. i. COLCORD, .8* XNTB*KD JCHK IS, LWT, *««SCONI-CI^SS M4Tnn, row-orrics, *»**,*.»., ACT Qf OOMOEBM 0» KAKCH 3, 1879. f-^'SiTh® OSfcial Paper tor the City of vyfi not, and tb? TaxLi*t for Ward Cdi TWO HUNDRED 4c The board of managinent con of Hon. W. L. Stoekwell, intendent of,public instruc of the state,' Anna Peterson, superintendent of I'ieree "county. F. -'N. Molyneux. su]efintendent Me Henry county, and 0. L. kford knd Marguerite l)alv, rintendent and assistant erintendent of W ard county, pt a great deal of work was ttane Monday. The forenoon Was takentip assigning the teach­ ers to the various Koines of the city. Each instructor told what he intended to teach during the week .. The program was recon jj^rficteci. The teachers meet at 8:20 each day and school lasts until ...

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. — 22 July 1903

jW V* rttew'?• 4: 1 y.,» BOUND TO HAVE A WIFE. tlcrdnnii 5:ui Jilted |»'jr Hlii llN trotlied, Mni'i'tcM Her Clinin, After a Short Courtship, The marriage of Harry W. Wilson, of Cleveland, 0., to Adah Herriugton liequa, of Kansas City, recently caused great surprise among their friends at Kansas C.ty, Mo, for the reason that Mr. Wilson came to Kansas City to marry another' young woman, who changed her mind a short time before the day set for the wedding and broke off the engagement. In the summer of 1900, when the democratic national convention met In this city, Harry Wilson attended the convention as delegate. During- bis •Ujr In tbe city he met Miss Clifton Mills and her closest friend, Miss Adah Requa. Mr. Wilson took particular fancy to Miss Mills and after returning to Cleveland he began corresponding with her and made frequent vislt3 to Kan­ sas City to see her. In due time the young people became engaged and tha wedding day was fixed. The other day Mr. Wilson came to Kansas Ci...

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. — 22 July 1903

imWD fot Ji ki ©I th fe Co se tm W af cli xri Lie th th« to 3 Of in* in! of m? of X. II. 22 lire rul Sai Ha Lyi Jar Si In SI it 'II tU-.-o I.lai Kl si aftr plus fitih t«k man fit for 1 To Yo tho flee and «!«y r. for I ••,:.y'-" ThB WAMCO.INDHENfiENT. ,2t mmwiMT. TftUAX* Q. t.TBUAX,' tf. i. COLCORD, LCORD. PCHLWHF.K. F.DITOB. JO**18,180*, fR«XCO MITTS*, «BCO»D-OLABS 1 ACT 1879. roa*-o»ncB, *wete,n.»., op oomombw ov march 3, Th* Official Paper for the City of Mi not, and th? TaxLi*t for Ward County. TWO HUNDRED TEACHERS HERE Maay Miin«ts Froa Pkrcc, McHcary ul Ward CmnIImMeet ia Miuot For Tke "i—it* School—All latereated ia The Wwfc. The slimmer school lor the tea­ chers of Ward, Pierce and Mc Henry counties is inprogra«&thi& w(*k. It opened Monday,nitfi'tHi attendance of nearly one hund­ red and will continue for two week*. There are neatvy 200 Teachers present now, and ll me taking advantage of the work which is being done by the ex­ cellent corps of instructors.^ •.,* The b...

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. — 22 July 1903

BOUND TO HAVE A WIFE. 'tlerelnnil R%:ui Jilted HIN II# trotbcil, Mni-rien Her Clinm, After a Short Court*lil|i, The marriage of Harry W. Wilson, Df Cleveland, 0., to Adah Harrington liequa, of Kansas City, recently caused great surprise among their friends at Kansas C.ty, Mo, for the reason that Mr. Wilson came to Kansas City to marry another young woman, who changed her mincl a short time before the day set for the wedding and broko off the engagement. In the summer of 1900. when the democratic national convention met la this city, Harry Wilson attended the 'convention as delegate. During-bli •tar in the city he met Mtsa Clifton Mills and her closest friend, Miss Adah Requa. Mr. Wilson took particular fancy to Miss Mills and after returning to Cleveland he began corresponding w.ith her and made frequent visit3 to Kan­ sas City to see her. In due time the young people became engaged and the wedding day was fixed. The other day Mr. Wilson came to Kansas 'City tot the wedding. After a...

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 July 1903

Lincotn's Wit tins will always W 1 pn «~U Sa mm treosu .fi of Linooln. The cqI- ||r, Flnderick Douglas, ^%:.£ohn Brawn, visuu |**$j»llowiiig story, which imtaft Lincoln's roady belief in the equality of 10 Pwaident was blacking one day whou a numbei 11 diplomats were unex ushered in. One of tlu ni ncoln's occupation, said aeringly "Mr. President, mtrivo- we* represent, our cutfwes do not black their s" it so?" said Lincoln, look \lh apparent surprise an '"•fWioar boots do they aits lor Veterinarians .De Villiers, the veterinary informs us that no one :'s to practice in thisstatv ex ,ose who have certificates. Lising letter which the doc ]ve«l ri I days ago will ex li: j. ir- Yours of the 9th reccivod {ilose ycu herewith your permit. Sb anyone practicing in Minot kiave pioof that they are making: of it. you can have tho state's cause their arrest. They are a fine of one hundred dollars months' imprisonment for each '''ith exception of castration or us cervices in cas} emergency, *e i...

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. — 22 July 1903

v. Minor^Spicr r. ^w^vwvw%^%^w%%5 Chattel and Heal Estate Mort­ gages at this office. Chas. Dclaney of Arvillu will locate iu this city. He Is bro­ ther of Mrs. D. A. Diimie. Ed.^ideMon, fttt. N. brakeuian, in climbing ou a car at Devils Lake, Binuacd his thnmb to a pulp. Sauher Bros., of Palermo burned eighty barrels of fine lime at their kith, using only liguite coal to do the burning. Tli.' t^illow City tennis club in­ vited tha^tennis players of Minjt to attentat tournament iu that city idy 29 ar.jl 30. Few area laintud with the fact that Dr Moh.i of this city is a fin ishe I muni -iau. The doctor was edu ah in En -ope. Jack Saechau, tha piggor, ha-l Lis trial a:id wan biuml over to the next .term of court under $500 •bonds which has be:m furnished. O. O. Fugluskjol, the teacher of languages, is now a regular soldier, having enlisted at Fort Snelling, Minn. He will teach at the' Fort. D. M. Sliorb of Surrey called on Miuot Iriends Friday. Mr. Shorb was returning from fierthold w...

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. — 22 July 1903

»1 I a I 9 it it 2 3 I 1' I hi j" i" rs a a( i).' r? \i f! NOTICE VOU PUBLICATION. .• Dopartrannt of tho Interior, Lund OHiee at Mi not, N. D., July 2, 1W3. Notice is horoby ttivon that this following named settlor has filed notice of his iuteution to make final proof in support-of liis claim, anil 1-h»% said proof will be made bofura the Ro^is: ter Receiver of the Units*! Laud ol ituu at Miuot, N. D- '»n AUK- IV 1W)3, viz: 1( ta a IX it U! •e vJ) ii ASA W. BEN-TON. H. 15. No. 4074) for the seKi, see. 13, tp. lot, r. 83. He names the following witnesses prove Lis continuous residence upou and iii'tivation ot-mid land, viz A. j. Dison, Wm. Wendt, R. O. RoRcrs, Mar­ ti* Markuson. all of Minot, N. D. 7-8 8-r» R. C. SANBORN, ReRis-Ter. James Johnson AUT. fir claimant. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Depattmont of the Interior, Land Office at Minot, N. D. .Tune 2*2,190.". Noticfe ialiereb* given, that the touotf iag txaxued sbttlbr has filed notice of his intention"tp make llnal proof-in support ...

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. — 29 July 1903

'1 m- ,-ft J' M: it .r 4, A THE VOLUME a. NUMBER I5. Money TO Loan ON IMPROVED LANDS IN Ward County S ALSO LOAN MONEY TO MAKE FINAL PROOFS Jourgen Olson Minot, N. D. SUIT AGAINST SCHOOL BOARD J. M. Vatsvog, A Resident of The Deep River School District, Brlais Actio* A* 4Mt Tneafeers of The OM School Board. The members of the former school board of the Deep River school district, were in this city Friday and Saturday getting legal advice pertaining to a suit which has been started against them by J. M. Vatsvog, a resident of that district. He charges the board with squandering the taxpayers' money in buying books. The suit is started against B. E. Corey, David Hamilton, C. H. Soimner, Ed. Johnson and J. I*. Ebersole. Those men have retained a lawyer and will fight the case. ()ne of the members of the oil l»oard was seeii by an Indepen­ dent representative and he stilted that they had not purchased any books from the company but had wittertHl into an agreement with them to use the boo...

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. — 29 July 1903

ni I to ia I ft jC. F. TR1JAX, fd. D. COLCORD, viv ir: D. J. Loyed owner of the Burlington coal mines took supper Saturday even in" with Wni. Allen. cit Rev. D. M. Shorb is holding a series of meetings this week at Bowbells. Lovefeast on Saturday. Miss May Allen of Burlington visited her brother Wm. and family fromThurs •e day until Sunday evening. Mr. ,and Mrs. War en Brey and daugh 11 ters Aiuuiie auU AVU act*vity •5 jr jS1^5 *W "t 1* St» THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDJfV. TRUAX & COLCORD. PUBLISHER. EDITOR. XMTRRBD JUHK18, 1902'„A3 SKCCWD-CLASS MATTER, POOT-OMUCK, MJNOT,_HL, D.^ ACT OF OONGRBS8 OR MARCH 3, 187& The Official Paper for the City of Mi not, and tba Tax List for Ward County. Surrey. Miss Flossio Cole visited Stella Wolfe Monday. Henry Allen visited his brother over §£unday. Chas, Funderburg moved into his new home this week. Isaac Pence has a large new barn be­ ing rapidly completed. A social dance was held on Thursday aight at Carmen Hall. ...

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. — 29 July 1903

V3T ./Minor Topics..} The post office has been moved from Bjelland to Lansford. Portal and Minot will play ball in this city next-Monday for 83£XJ a side Osteopathy—Natures remedy for all chronic diseases.—Dr. Ross, Johnson block, Minot. 12-It Gus Pfeifer, the jolly French barber, is back in Minot yet again already. Gus still retains that sweet smile. Lost—a gold chain in four sections with a small K. P. emblem. Finder leave at this o'licc and receive reward. Rev. Hunter will preach at the Sum­ mers school house Sunday at 11 a. m. and at Burlington at 3 o'clock that af­ ternoon. Sheriff Scoficld returned homo from Jamestown where he took Mrs. James A. Wilson to the asylum. There are hojtes for her recovery. Archic Porter of Granville spent Sun­ day i8./ iis city the guest of Miss Isa belle McLean. He left for his other claim Moediy to remain for a few days. One of the new laws which went into effect July 1st. requires parents to give notice to the township clerk within three days af...

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. — 29 July 1903

I ••'•W^W&r-'•••' .-f, w?~ feU'. RSi£. $ "A •4 si© •t'l n. 1? 1 WW !U.f ij&. P*iy Wfit NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION. Department tif tho Interior, Lund OHice ut Minot, N. D., July 2, UW3. Notice it horebv pi\e:i that the following «.-.•: named settler ha* filed notice of hid intention to make lltuil proof in support of his claim, nail Unit said jiroof will he made before the Renia trr iit*dReceivor of the United States Lund of lice at Minot, N. D. Au«. U, 1«8, viz: ASA VV. HKNTON, H. E. Nij.GtVit, for the so^. sec. IS. 11. l.'il. r. S3. Ho names the following witnesses ti ir°w: his continuous residence upon and lu'.tivation of said laud, viz: /V. .T. Dison, Wm. Wendt. R. O. Holers, Mar tiu Markusou, all of Minot, N. 1). •»•& 8-5 R. SANBORN, Resistor. Juntos Johnson Atty. for claimant. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Land Office at Minot, N. D. Juno 2'2,1903. Notice is hereby given that the follow­ ing named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make fi...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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