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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 July 1903

38 1- & *"^r" ADDITIONAL, LOCALS Mrs. Muhs' pet parrots are dead She recently bought lliem in Fur' 7 go for §20 each. Mr. and Mrs. .A. «E. «Bocou (ire il of Hnmllpox (it their home.The house ilins been qiiaruntiiuxl Fred Frit* flF Towner got glori­ ously drunk a Mi not Wednesday ami was run in. He paid a fine of Grift'eth, a hypnotist^ gave an excellent exhibition of mind read­ ing on the street Thursday after noon. Tbe blindfold drive was made and a hidden knife found. The Norlli Dakota state fair will 1)0 held at Muiidan Sept. 29,30 and Oct. 1. The fair promises to be better than ever this year. The western part of the Btato will -be .1 Jl/A represented. C. B. Goodrich is getting out the first issue of h's new* paper, The Glenburn Truibune, this week. Mr. Goodrich has ordered a first class plant for the new town und should receive the support of *"*Tali at that place, LJ iy Foote was in from BirJ .. lingtou and reports the crops dam­ aged badly by the hot dry weather. The (gra...

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. — 29 July 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. "F. TKUAX. (J. D. COLCOKD, Wednesday, July 2H, 11)03 HANSON DROWNED AT BURLINGTON A Well Kiowa Gambler MteU Death Slid* deuly la Mouse River, Having Been Taken With Cra.npa. Huns Hanson, a g"ambler. thirty years of age, was drowned in Mouse river near the Burlington bridge, Wednesday afternoon. The inau in company with a friend, Blackey, a Minot man, and thre^ inmates of one of the west end resorts, drove out to Burlington, Wednes­ day to spend the da Hanson sug^e sted that the party go in bathing. he being a good swimmer. They agreed to do so and Hanson attempted to drug the girls to deep water but they desisted and well it ia for them thai the.v did so. Han­ son swam to the middle of the stream where the water is eight feet deep, aud all at once was seen to double up as if taken with cramps. He did not say a word but sunk immediately and only a few bubbles were seen. His body never came to the surface. Dun C...

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. — 29 July 1903

I ports ceed the" crops in' his vicinity looking fine, notwithstanding lie recent dry spell. May the multitudinous waves of pros­ perity come Mac's way, say we. Hv a recent change in the pro­ ure of affairs, so to speak, at the Cunningham Coal mine, A. Barry has been appointed general manager ond superinten­ dent. "Scotty," as manager Barry is familiarly called, is the right' man in the right place, and taken altogether the appoint­ ment is a good one. E. W. Woodael, representing the Northwestern Implement Co. of Minneapolis, was among the "commercial push" here on Tues­ day. He sold a carload of ma­ chinery to Lumberman Colton who proposes to handle ma­ chinery in connection with lum­ ber interests at this point. Bur­ lington is a good town for com­ mercial men. Among the new business vent­ ures started here this week is Al vin Wallace's new meat route. This route will take in Des Lacs, rhe Des Lacs and Mouse river valleys. That it will prove a success is a forgone conclusion as th...

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. — 29 July 1903

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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. — 5 August 1903

JL: *k -r 1 *r VOLUME 2. NUMBER 16. $ Money ALSO NORWICH BOY'S NECK BROKEN Thirtccn-year-olil Oscar Eble is Instantly Killed by horses Running with a Hay Rike Accident seen by Workmen Unable to Assist the Lad. Oscar. the tliirt eon-yea r-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken ben lObie, residing two and a half miles northwest of Norwich, was killed in a runaway in his "lather's hay field, Friday'evening at (5 o'clock. The lad was raking hay, when if is supposed the tongue tell down frightening the horses. The team was seen running across the field wildly nnd the boy caught: a. leg in the braces of the rake. Workmen in the field mounted horses and started for *H'e team which went like mad 'past the home, the body of the little fellow striking the ground m.uiv limes. The oldest brother cnujihr the horses sifter they had run until they were nearly tired out, and assisted by the mother. took the body from the rake. Life had already expired. Tho Head fell back tor his neck had been broken. A large ...

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. — 5 August 1903

IE WARD CO. INDEPENO&NT. puntiisJiFci) j:vk«v vo-'iaooaa.Y. TRUAX & COLCOHD. TRUAX. COLCOJilX ilzzllors? j('S]«ir..{|o :-liarar (ll'Sj): TOI JI!? Ui.il l' •liU.'v'. or l.' 18 011 p:i ».2!i:u I 1 1 L-.t /vf .. w.'i':'j i,v jj !•j ioji :iin:iv. IS, AS i.''().N» CI..Vm* ... "KR, i(jT-or: i':K, MIM.T. o.. act t.. •"OltES.S OX .MA JM'if 1 Onleiai t'nj'-or for t':*% C.'it.v "i Mi- Vuv v-t.] ••.•tat" r. IA 'a 11 "»Tax I.!.- for trd (.'ouety. n-j ort.- a.v... i.in l.-iiif .-:'m i- last PRISONERS I:k-CAPH Tlikf, cj. eU ,: .r •'•ii Cii.'.tlJaits E'o.' 7Y«. r. :i ll:iry, aren't floor C...My Jaii Anu viCl rt1..'jy aliaiu oi Ui'Jiii' ivH-a:.' t:: a. ... a'ent st r.oi^'lit to In 1 -sett .H Co i"ai1 ay W I.V. y. Ii,.,y a I.rtcr is il raw 'oonad f-liow O-r .' •::••••. i! y-: feetei-ht inri,, talk l: ArAv .^!''v A AAo botlixl »VK1 to Vhv' oi .Ti .a aaa il v. i.i^ianiiv t-U i.-v rt 'fhc-.t-hnr^e of im/y .-ir--a::- y-tv irsi! ^es from Losiio (.'oiton ox 1'ur-: assett is also a a :.ii aata ior-...

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. — 5 August 1903

.» 9 t'.'y p- -v& "v^- "Lei -•. *., t" -r :*./a '.•» ~Tr o: kVAiiiw* .V •'•J A 6.V V,*. i'. MnnsiMd vmUir. 'd.s i»an-nit 1!) S(•! 1 iii-y!t Wi:j'.'..j!::-!ll. ,\l I" '.. .'.pelil is!" Wis Oil li.-r I'ai ill aa.-d, ill hin'ii. (J fo K:.V I v. -Stewart for lot?aa in ii -V li'.us 1 praols. O (). ('r.ij'.'wi oi' In.. hi.-'- li'i. Tiio L-l uii 11):-1: i! 1: ii a (.•niTii'i's. yiu\ itl.y •ii i't diseases'. bl'.»:iv, I'.'inoL !.) r. sl ,4 A Art .i.i.-i) wh.'i frii-ii'i: wecia-i. K. AM, "\us \vii c-)"'.!!V.'tc-:l ji o\V- ra-.-i or ir. iioss i'k 1. icev. r. iii 1 1 ii. i- t':i' iv.'i't iiolil 'Ik iwan: ii. A. Hurl kn oii 'cl tue uik'S at i\ t:1. MU a il! I E E I S S I I E i.-' •'. a! :i' 1Y i:!. 1',- 'an:k al !:r- i'i'e ky1 ei ian ks-i'e V? ii be Oil v., All ksdu.^ ovi-r y/ars ("ill a Tlmmlny.. DBAT OF MRS, I make final proola. ck iae A fine shower •1:i!•n ia been Iihinvl iii 1 'lit !.i:!y barker flio *. A 1 I I tiny: hi iu. iyo on I nisi-1 \v:v 1. 'I'isc -c Li ly v: r', sl''icko:i wit'i...

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. — 5 August 1903

No. 1 Flyer west ilue •J:1U a. in. eenlral No. Flyer ea.st ilue 7 :!•"i a. in. ceati'til No. Local west ilue 10:10 a. in. eont nil No. •J Local east due 11 i. in. eent nil No. Local east 11i*•' 1 :15 a. in. i-antral No. 7 Arrives i'i-nn -.t -i:LUi).:ii eer.i al C'ask, Ai iiit. N0T1CK FOii I'l/lU-lCATIOX. Department tli:: interior, l.and Ollice (it Minot. N. !.. -ft iy l:. i"0'i. Notice is li'-ivl.v ','iven th:i' the lollowiiur jiained .-:i'i Ier lius li'i-l notice of his intention to make fLiiiil proof -nppirl of iiis eln'm anil that said proof will be mat!" before the Keeis ter and Heeeivernf the I'nited Stale:-. Land of lieu at Miuot, N. l. ,\ nr. 11. l'.Kf. viz: As \V. iit:1 FT. E. No. IW7I. lor I!i:: .-y'.i. s.y. to. r.l, r. K!. lie names the following witnesses tn_ prove Iiis font'unions resilience itp'iu and cultivation of said laud, vi'.'.: A. J. I)ison, \VNI. \VvikII,, 1.'. (). Rogers, Mar­ tin Marka on, all of Minot. X. 1. 7-':t 8-5 K. SANltoitK, ii"^ister. •James Johnson A...

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. — 12 August 1903

'4, 1' pw & Six?? ^36^ la. 'Met*.. mm I RANCHERS LOSE CATTLE. Cattlemen In the Vicinity of Rice Lake Find Less and Heads of Several Cuttle and Believe the Critters Were Butchered for Their Meat and Hides. pK. Ed. Knutson, the big rancher was in the city Saturday looking for hides to several cattle killed in the vicinity of Rice Lake recent ly by someone. There are more than 3000 head of cattle in the vicinity of the lake and the other day seven legs of cattle and sev­ eral heads were found. John Rice found one of his calves with a rope about its neck and the supposition is that the calf had been stolen with the intention of butchering it, but fearing detec­ tion, the guilty party had cut the little bovine loose. An effort is being made to locate the hides, all of which are branded. Buyers of hides should be on the lookout _forthjgcojijiernptible thieves. .. Big It is the intention of the man­ agement of this paper to forge ahead and give the readers the veiy best sheet possible....

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. — 12 August 1903

fftf. & !V'' IIS III If I Sf !%.:• A^.%. r'V J* F» sr* ft(i f-P^ ma all the «t :et ua, A i-" K'V* & I#-is l. IT t1 I" ?i, 7-.', THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHKD EVGRY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. K. TRUAX, O. D. COLCORD, THE LATE MRS. COLTON Sketch of Her Life and Traits of Character-"Was a Fine Type of Woman Jiy J. K. M Wlieii Mrs. Joseph L. Collon passed away last Wednesday morning, August the 5th a woman. wife and mo­ ther passed into the land of mysteries. We can hear of death afar off without serious emotional disturbance, but when the "pestilence that walkctli in darkness" or the "arrow that flieth by night," stills the pulse of one we all know in the daily walks of life, our own beats weaker with a nameless dread. We feel the frail, un­ certain venue of existence. Let us learn a lesson from this sad occurence. Let us go forth and be moro tender and merciful in the discharge of our duties to the loving. We should not only scat­ ter flowers on their graves, but...

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. — 12 August 1903

LIST VOI LANDS WITH US. Office, Lite GOTO Shop opposite Grand Forks Meantrcile Wholesale House THE LEADING Co.MMODKS. White MURRAY & NIXON, Real Estate* Room \1 Opera House Bile* Minot (ioiiernl Liind Office Business. Filings, Contests, Defenses. Ice Cream Parlors Furniture Man Over John Wilson's Store. The Largest Stock of Furniture Ever Brought to Minot. Lorxuics, Iuo\ BI:IS. Licensed Undertaker $ Mcjannet, CKNTKK TAIJUCS. SOFAS. MATTUGSSKS. DUESSKUS. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS HOUSE OF F. A. PATRICK & CO. OP DULUTH, MINX Offers to the merchants of N. D. the advantage of its LOCATION, QUICK SERVICE RIGHT PRICES Mail Orders received before 3 p. m. shipped same day as received. Mer­ chants visiting the sample house at Minot will find a line unsurpassed by anv in the Northwest REPRESENTATIVE AT MINOT, A. D. McGill BOTZ'S LIVERY BARN Feed and Sale Stable 1 IN O N N E I O N Everything new and up to date. Good horses and rigs. Prices reasonable. Op posite Jacobson's machine yards. ALBE...

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. — 12 August 1903

K? W-i' fw I £ii "it" 1 fi 111 il i« •pr* -SS'W ?V" .P If?: 1,' iT* I jlyp1')!I|!yi|ip!i If*y iffy' pyaig!|yiiMp Stick a pin hore In tho whirligig of time, busy, progmssivo Hurtiu^Lon will Do one of tho staunuhost little cities in Queenly Wind county. Mr. James Tompkins, Minot's pioneer meat market man. wan up hero one day last week, buym up some gooi.1 beef cattle, in order to feed t'ne hungry of that progressive, yet .somewhat unrighte­ ous burg. Two large bauds of Montana horses passed through here last week en route up the Sou line. Horses aro cheap at the present stage of afrairs, and pretty near all the fanners around here are well supplied. Lumberman Col ton, with an eye to the protection of his property, has this week put in a powerful force pump and some 50 or (50 feet of hose, and in case of tire will be able to iij. a commendable ojie. Verily, it is so and every now and then there is something to be thankful for—and among them is this that now the harvest time is near, th...

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. — 12 August 1903

Minor Topics The Minot schools will open September 7. X.o services nt M.. 10. church next Lord's Dav. Miss Isnbel McLean i\sspending several (lays on her claim. (Jeo. (J.-irvy was^iven ten days in tin* city bust-He for vagrancy. ROKN:—To Mr. and Mrs. \r«illis of this city last Wednesday, a girl. Kev. Kd^-ar .Tones will preach at Kenmare and Howbells next Sunday. (!has. .leinieiohii arrived i'rom Detroit Midi., to resume his resi­ dence on his claim. C. A. .Johnson returned from Hlack River I"'alls. Wis., where his .mother is very ill. W. K. Jennejohn and I. (). Viiraberj*' are laying1 the founda­ tion f9T A. J. Brunner's new resi­ dent. Granville seems to be sorry that the riew road is to be built north, believing the merchants trade will suffer. R. C. Bolliuan, and C. If. and W. F. Whitesell of Peeblerbought anew Advance threshing outfit from A. C. Nedrud. Mr. Hugh Hopkins and Miss Vinettie Vaughn were united in marriage by Rev. Edgar Jones on Monday"evening. Miss Katherine Stevens...

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. — 12 August 1903

llll Mr, Sy' it '•$&" n Ah? HI \if ti ai ilB V*-»V £,•:• 3P I #4* rfl'a b: 'i \o.'! I'lyer v.v.t diu- •'.!().-.. !•. «vr:if ii 'J l\'y'r lino T-A.'i a. n-. -err* I r::l V.. 1'':•!ii. .cc. iai !..•. '::i -L y. :.rr ii Xw. 8 'L .."i» 1.1. rnl Ac. Air.iV,. ^, ,:i:. «•.*.,: iai ',u A•:..*•.' i.w :r' '.v ji /Iri •.• !i-:o csc'-.a Vv' 1 •»*tu. i1 w.rv.i. A. i:: -.11 .r.iiii:: ,* C'.i X. j.'. Nt.tico tr. OrssSiinrr. .u t!.'' !.. '.I r-iill- of .UtirV I'e* i.it!.!. -.••••• S -i!•. ii n'.''i* L'L ,.-:i:I,I' r-- ••. :.i. .*•••.•• ii*.x I It-.- V. •!*•!'. J» .. •. -7::. '.I '. I •-, '*. C.. N. r.: .'f !h Tr. *. o.. .i '. ii J. -ho: I. -.' ...: :.*.! ii .i .* I I. i' j-iji ft u'yt a:.«l ti.iit [noof will iii.'ide l-ei'tire tie Kcjristcr iiixl Receiver, U. S. Jaml oiiice at Minot.Xorth .Dakota, cii Sc'iiieiiihei* 17, 19U'}, viz )•'. o'covxoii yr. :. M. Auiland. Ally I'^-r I'laiu.ar-r. A*ir -..^. ro: li to' :i .v.:V' 1 I1:.' Ol-j V.'. .• .i •. S !. O-v -. .. x. r. i- r-v CON7!..ST NOTICE. c*u...

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. — 19 August 1903

r^ 3 £*"9" I ?&« I *1* fe? VOLUME 2. NUMBER 18. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY ON IMPROVED LANDS IN WARD COUNTY I ALSO LOAN MONEY TO MAKE FINAL PROOFS Jesse Johnson, a Homesteader Writes Col. Lounsberry an Original Letter Which Shows the Man's Simplicity. •County Auditor Larson receiv­ ed a letter from a homesteader at Ray, addressed to Mr. Hans burg, state or county commis­ sioner, which evidently should have fallen into the hands of Col. Lounsberry. It's originality makes it well worth reading. It is as follows: DKAK SIR:— O E N O S O N Minot, North IJakotu ZAeXX3VSI&1VX1^M3VX>M3KXW ANOTHER CURIOUS RAY MAN I am hero near Kay to prove up a claim. I want to prove up the last of August. 1 filed the 18th of June 1902. Caul prove up the 18th or the last of August 1908 without any one giving me trouble with my claim? (Jan the law give, me any trouble with my claim after it is proven up. I have a shack on my claim. I have acres broke "and sowed in flax. I intend to get 12 or 20 acres bro...

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. — 19 August 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX, Q. D. COLCORD, PUBLISHER. EDITOS. ENTERED JUKE 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OPPICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1879. The Official Paper for the City of Mi not, and tin Tax List for Ward County. Weduesday, Aug. 19. The five cement crossings will cost $360. The same number of wooden crossing's would cost #300. The people of Minot are beginning to see the advisability of making improvements perma­ nent. The cement crossing* will last ten times longer than wood­ en ones. Iiet us do away with wooden sidewalks altogether and save money in the end. The state board the other day raised the assessed valuation of the lands of Ward county 8 per cent and raised that of improve­ ments twenty per cent. A raise was also made on several items of personal property. The valu­ ation will run close to $5,000, 000 in the county this year wliich will make the taxes con­ siderably less than last...

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. — 19 August 1903

oooooooocooooooooooooc Around the State* oooooooo-oo-oooo-oooooo-ooooo Mr. Lombard haw a well at Balfour i)4 feet deep with 80 feet of water in it. Twenty head of cattle were killed by lightning* on the Bradley ranch west of Berthold. Three churches have been or­ ganized at Ryder and we hope Editor Wells will turn over anew leaf. Although the Ryder News is but ttloven weeks old, the land office has designated it a legal paper. Editor Wilson of the Reporter put up 100 tons of hay on his Stanley farm alid will not starve this winter. E^j*,or Copeland of Williston is on his claim for a few weeks and his readers are enjoying an intellectual fast. Dinklet Dale of the Kenmare Journal believes in lynching* ne­ groes, as lie hails from some re­ mote southern region. There is a well in Ransom coun­ ty which flows over 1,200 bar­ rels a day with a pressure of over 100 pounds to the square inch. A Washington hand press, as good as new, for sale at the In­ dependent office. We will give you a 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. — 19 August 1903

Harvest in this fair region is now in full swing- and the yield promises well. MUs Ida Johnson, one uf EoxholinV young ladies, visited with Mrs. C. Tiller and family on Sunday, while en mute to Minot. Perry Forsyth*-, of the Hurlinyton Litrnite Coal Company has hied himself to River Fal!. Wi-. where he will visit for a season. It is exju-cted that W. I). Wilson will be the Royal Elev ator's auent at this point the eoming r-eason. If so the aj pointment will be a trood one. Paste this in your hat! The destiny of Burlington is as tixed as the star. that shine like jewels in the skies and may those who have faith in her. live long to enjoy it. Pete Storms was in this progressive burg on Saturday, and among other things reports that he will start his threshing rig in atxut two weeks. He has a iaar Scot outfit, and it is a «ood one. Mi.-» Sadie ami li» Maggie Millar, two of Burlington's jxjpular ladies, left on Wednesday a Kenmare. on a visit to their sifter. Mrs. P. M. Cole. They return...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 August 1903

Gordon Campbell visited the Saflord mines and reports things very quiet. John Bineger's foot is all right again and we hope he won't step on a nail again. Will Miller bought a tine toam in Mi riot. He intends going threshing with them. Dr. Smith cut his oats and notwith­ standing the dry weather, tho are yield­ ing well. The Deegan Bros., let their cows run —«t large and they destroyed a stack of liay and a nice garden for Lawn Roberts. Mr. Deegan refuses to pay the charges. Dancing seems to be the only amuse­ ment for the young people in this lo­ cality. We understand that there are a few good relinquishments for sale in this township. Sale Dale passed through town last week representing tho Granville Imple­ ment Co. There will be preaching at M. II. Johnson's August 16 at II a. in., by Rev, Olson of Velva. Geo. A. Walter formerly of Prcscott, Wia., is stay and will probably move his family out next spring. Miss Maud Rankins proved up on her claim last week and returned to her home...

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. — 19 August 1903

0mm t. mm v^!^wvw,ww!iwi muitium,*!**!#*?Hip THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. 0. K. TRUAX. (I. D. COLCORD. ENTERED JUNK PL'ULISHER, Kditor 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OKFIOK, MI NOT, N. 1)., ACT OF CONORE8S OF MARCH 3, 1879. The Official Papor for the City of Mi not, anil th'3 Tax List for Ward County. Wednesday, Aug. 19. MYSTERIOUS MAN CAPTURED. Andrew Johnson Was "Craiy With the Heat" and When Caught Had on Several Suits of Clothing Occupied Miss Davidson's Shack. Andrew Johnson, a young Nor weigan, who has been holding forth in Miss Lillian Davidson's shack on her claim down the river, was captured at the home of Iver (irothe Friday afternoon by Sheriff Scofield and brought to Minot and lodged in the jail. He is not very crazy but has a vacant look in his eyes. He says his home is in the Turtle moun­ tains but 110 one knows why he wandered off into this country. Mr. Scofield believes he is ''crazy with the heat" for the fellow h...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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