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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 11 February 1903

1 How an abscess in the Fallo pian Tubes of Mrs. Hollinger was removed without a surgical operation. "I had an abscess in my side in the fallopian tube (the fallopian tube is a connection of the ovaries). I suffered untold misery and was BO weak I could scarcely get around. The sharp burning pains low down in ray side were terrible. My physi­ cian said there was no help for me unless I would go to the hospital and be operated on. I thought store that I would try Lydia E. »inkham*8 Vegetable Compound rich, fortunately, I did, and it has de me a stout, healthy woman. advice to all women who suffer ith any kind of female trouble is to commence taking Lydia E. inkham's Vegetable Compound Fat once."—MRS.IKA S. HOLLINGER, Stilvideo, Ohio.—$6000 forftit If original of itoMMtltf proving gtnulntrtu cannot bt product*. It would seem by this state­ ment that women would save time and much sickness if they would get Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at once, ana also write to Mrs. Pinkham a...

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. — 11 February 1903

VV lotsam Only I: 3 yi'' Si*, and t£ few short years ago when we ft ®^ru8Tgling with Cesar, under the •f ^^ting influence of a birch rod, we jj**tn«d that ancient Gaul was devided '!it^Uf^teC ^rte- PeoPl° illianatf County, hovrovor was never '®*ided at all, for they now boast that o°Wnt» «j^ntains more lignite than doe# ours.. Twenty-five thousand new settlers are expected in tho west next spring. We trust that they will bring no brought or flock of hungry grass-hopp MB with thepi. Hi fWk The Ward County Reporter has ftdded a swelling legal column to its rapidly pages, and the advice which it throws out to the innocent homesteader, is written by the sporting editor. ror. (JlartTof the Northwestern Uni jj i, ^eraifcy says $300. per year is sufficient I for the support of a laboring man and j-J- his family. We would like 4 ask if the T-H gentleman with such a mighty brain figured in the annual coal bill, ST. VALENTTNE. I Wooed her in the Autumn time When orchard leaves were yellow, ,•...

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. — 18 February 1903

'^WW^W^ 5 Mill. ym^' n* 1. y.V A «»HJr JVZXT \i ri )ti- «, ''ft* »V Wtf/ VOLUME I. NUMBER 43- THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED KVBKY WEDJOWDAY. C. P. Tliu, Publisher. —Il»^ HM.IW !••.!. •i.ll«.'»l ENTERED JUNK 18,1902, AS SBOOHD OLASS MATTEB, POBX-OPPIOE, MIXOX, ST. O., ACT OF CONOKR8B OR MABOH 3, 1879. Minor Topics. Editor Chamberlain was down from Palermo, Thursday, and made final proof on his claim. Bishop Mann, who is around looking ftfter his many parishes held services here in the Episcopal church. After the services a recption waB given the Hishop. Monday the house occupied by Col. Marcy caught fire and the inside soon had quite a blaze. Tho presence of mind of Col., however, saved the building. The masquerade b,all given at the opera house last Thursday night was a genuine success. Many of the costumes Vrero unique and original. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all in attendance. It is expected that Jacob Bassenalla the man sentenced to be hanged at Washburn for the murder of...

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. — 18 February 1903

BEAUTY AND PURITY Ancient and Modern Ideas on the Subject Time and Disease the Effacing Agents of Beauty. What Has Science Done to Restore the Lily and the Rose? Socrates called beauty a short-lived tyranny, Plato a privilege of nature, Theocritus a delightful prejudice, Theophrastns a silent cheat, Carneades solitary kingdom, Homer a glorious gift of nature, Ovid a favor of the gods. Aristotle affirmed that beauty was better than all the letters of recom­ mendation In the world, and yet none of these distinguished authorities lius left us even a hint of how beauty is to be perpetuated, or the ravages of age and disease defied. Time soon blends the lily and the rose into the pallor of age, disease dots the fair face with cutaneous disligurntions an^l crimsons the Roman nose with unsightly flushes, moth, if not rust, corrupts the glory of eyes, teeth, and lips yet beautiful by defacing the complexion, and tills the sensitive soul with agony unspeakable. If such be the unhappy conditi...

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. — 18 February 1903

BAD BACKS. Bad backs fcrc in household. A bad back la a back that's lame, weak or aching, Most backache pains come from kidney derange­ ments and should be promptly attend­ ed to. Reach the cause of backache by re­ lieving the kidneys and curing their ills. an id Pills are for the kidneys only and cure the dangers of urinary and bladder disorders, from common inflammation, to Dropsy, Diabetes, Bright's disease. Case No. 40,321—Mr. W. H. Ham­ mer, well-known builder, residing at 125 N. Hinde street, Washington C. H., Ohio, says: "I am glarl to endorse a remedy which possesses such inesti­ mable value as Doan's Kidney Pills. They cured me of inflammation of the bladder which had caued me much an­ noyance and anxiety because of the frequency and severity of the attacks. I have advised others to takq Doan's Kidney Pills and I know they will not be disappointed in the results." A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mr. Hammer will be mailed on application to any part of ...

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. — 18 February 1903

1it $ *A* A S j-t *i !+v «s* rl ?•*,+••'• fe' i.. and Flotsam & '"J .-v ,V Jetsam The following lines were writter by Miss Stewart, who has a claim a few miles from this city Though the meter is not all per feet yet the sentiment is good. A SONG TO NORTH DAKOTA. A gong tor the State that we all love best To o^r own North Dakota we sing. Her broad stretching prairies from eas' to west To our own North Dakota we sing. Her dawns crimspii' splendor, her sui set's warm lighjt On clouds purple lustre that malts into night. O! A song for the state we all love bes To our own North Dakota we sing. Her wheat fields aglow with the fail golden grain, To our own North Dakota we sing. Who strive fpr such gold never peek ii in vain,' To our own North Dakota we sing. Her blue flax) bells kissed by the winr. tenderly Like w&ves softly stirred on a great asure sea. No State boasts of treasures more love ly than these, To our own North Dakota we sing. In battle undaunted her heroes wer found T...

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. — 25 February 1903

r'-y., .".1 .* fel xjnjZk THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED KTBBY WEDNESDAY. C. P. rruax. PublUher. (ENTERED JUNE 18, 1902, AS SEC05D-0LABS MATUER, POST-OPFIOE, MINOT, N. D.. AOT CONGBE8B OF MARCH 3, 1879. Minor Topics. Tom Hagan has returned from his Canada visit. pee Bob and Eva McGinley to­ night at the Opera house. [Merchant Cleven visited with frijend in Carpio, last week. layor Roanh is visiting' at Nojrtlifield, Minn., this week. Fraser is spending a few dai's at Birthold this week. Major -J. S. Murphy made a trim to the Capitol City this week. District court commenced yes­ terday after a weeks adjourn­ ment./-^ J. P. Killian AY as up from Rug­ by Sunday, visiting friends in the city. Attorney C. Aurland spent a few days "in the State capitol This week, }i ... ~ih'- Cosgrove's Merry Makers at the Opera House Saturday night, popular pricen. E. R. Williams made a busi­ ness trip to Kenmare Tuesday returning today. John Linke* one of Sawyer's hustling locators, did business in...

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. — 25 February 1903

I'/AS? U. I j'J* £$ hk Ai'} £if" WARD 00 INDEPENDENT c.F.Traa, PtfbTi^her^Tf' k"^ MINOT, Ward Co., N. D.| a Every man is a total, abstainer „be» \vJstween drinks. 'f«? -j i. n- A Utah girl broke her jaw in do bating the merits of Apostle Smoct How she must haVe talked! With the weather bureau eosting Uncle Sam $1,250,000 a year, thero ought to be a good prophet in it. ri ... 'Again our admiration of Dr. Lorenz fa increased. He says that he isn't going to write a book about America. Scientists claim that there is no r.ure for consumption, but the break­ fast food inventors have not yet given up. .. Good-by to the pleasures of soli­ tude and privacy when Marconi gets that wireless pocket telephone per­ fected The professor who can discover a fterum that will prevent train disas­ ters can be assured of the public's gratitude,. One of the new babies in New York weighs only two and a quarter pounds, and yet the parents are strangely proud of it. A high German official has com­ mitted sui...

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. — 25 February 1903

I •x. ..V' »Jv «1 5*? i,« a JS tc *iiA ct/Lr of MEXtGO TAMFtC* il FAC/F/G OC&M RELATIONS OTTHIr INDIR-OCBAN CANAt. TOTHE URTIRERP STATES «Y *F. ,ER. CAttmit* TON V. S'ARMY' Tho ponderous volumes of the gov­ ernment which furinished exhaustive reports and surveys of the Tehaunte pec and D&rien routes for water con­ nection of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans are the sufficient evidence of the thoroughness and persistency with which the United States added an •equally careful examination of the Nicaragua route, and begin to reach a complete fruition of the scheme by an honorably adjusted acceptance of the Panama system. I will not here discuss the climatic, political or social questions which have filled volumes of congressional debates, nor treat of the equally im­ portant phases of related economics, population and commerce. During the progress of these sur­ veys and the purpose of the United States to check that detour of its ship ~picg around Cape Hern which placed the Atla...

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. — 25 February 1903

WOOOOOOOMMMIMIMIMM Hortbwest |)*ws DIAMONDS MISSED. Man Charged With Throwing Tlicm Down Air Shaft. Skbux City, Iowa, Feb. 21.—M. Hen­ ry, who claims to be traveling for Johflaon & Tomelt of Chicago, was ar­ rested here yesterday charged -with stealing valuable diamonds from the William HUes jewelry store. It is al­ leged that lie threw diamond rings down the cold air shaft of the furnace, together with an envelope contain­ ing the business card of Carter Meser vey and Hurlbut of Fort Dodge. The air current threw back the pieces of envelope, and search revealed three diamond rings. An $185 ring is still missing. Ten rings averaging $100 each in value were found* on him. AT MERCY OF MINE OWNERS. Wisconsin Committee Fixes Blame for Co.al Situation. Madison, Wis., Feb. 21.—The legis­ lative committee investigating the coal situation has finished its work. It will find that none of the WiscorJsin dealers are responsible for the coal shortage and will exonerate the local railroads fr...

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. — 25 February 1903

PAICII UP CORPSES GREW80ME WORK OF ALLEGEO NEW YORK IN3URANCE SWINDLERS. SOME STARTLING TESTIMONY EXHUMED BODY REVEALS THE WORK OF THE CON­ SPIRATORS' THE METHODS OE ME SWINDLERS MIS8ING LIMBS REPLACED AND FACE GIVEN YOUNGER AP­ PEARANCE. New York, Feb. 22.—Testimony of a startling nature was given by wit­ nesses in the examination ot one of the six men under arrest charged with swindling life insurance companies by substituting bodies which came up in the police court yesterday. Josepiv Trepani, the undertaker in the case, **as held by Magistrate Zeller in $5, 000 bail to await the -lotion of the xrand jury. Francis Foster, form erly an agent for the Union Central Life Insurance company, testified that he had agreed, at Trepani's sugges­ tion, to swear to the death ot men in­ sured iu tha company while he knew, he said, that the body of some one else had been substituted. Foster said he received sums ranging from $100 to $600 from Trepani, when the policies were paid in these canes...

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. — 25 February 1903

jCflrf tot life I «&--. :Wi V" 1 p?i •£."S iff ggiiil hi p. •:S?. dM 0V| Wi '!v Hi si! Pi r-1- .* Frock of Dark Ore an Cloth. The skirt is finished with a flounce slashed open in front and bordered "with black braid, motifs of which ornament the corners* This is headed by a hand of black velvet embroidered In colors, which crosses in front. The blouse has a large shoulder collar made with plaits on the shoul­ ders, bordered- with the braid and trimmed in front with bands of the «mbroidered velvet, which also forms the collar. These bands are finished with passementerie pendants. The flowing sleeves, bordered with the braid, are made with plaits on the out­ side, which are confined by straps of the embroidered velvet. The draped girdle is of plain black velvet.—Wie­ ner ChiC. vw.. Fashions in Millinery. Lace plays a very Important part. Long scarfs of lace and chiffon mingle together, and both are frequently worked with chenille, Beaver hats are all the rage,,and there is a good ...

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. — 25 February 1903

$ *0veer $ V-' ,i it. 1 we Si -At: ... vi' '"fr4:^ .V%i ftBiil! £$ ('v: u-'' fir"'" & 4*S|l C"- mm ,••• d: V'd£ .Vr-."W •..-iH mm®1''}•"•. mm month the Lackawanna rail­ road is entering the seventy-fifth year of its existence, tor in January, 1828, the Ithaca and Owego railroad, now a part of the Lackawanna system, re­ ceived its charter, says the New Yoric Times. The Lackawanna officials recently recently came across an old time table, which is a queer-looking bit of printed paper with a picture of an old-fashioned locomotive with two freight cars. It was published in July, 1838, and announced a new arrange­ ment "while finishing the road," which proves that it took over ten years to complete the first twenty nine miles, the length of the complet­ ed Ithaca and Oswego road. The train was called a "transporta­ tion train" and left Ithaca daily at 4 p. m., except Sundays. It stopped at "Howe's Turnout, Whitcomb and Wilsey's Mills to take and discharge loading and receive cars" 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. — 25 February 1903

8# Wl Sift fr J-U 'S'',Jf?^. 11 Flotsam and ll$ & Jetsam W The Grand Porks Herald says a rural telephone line will be built from Tower City to Page in the spring. This will be one more page in the history of North Dakota development.r $•?.$! ,Tl *'VL"i Last week we thought Narth Dakota was a pretty cold country and were figuring on navigating but when the re­ ports came in from out side we found— as we used to think, that we were in the an an a be r# KKx aAM- Wo always know the Eagle was a bird of prey but the "Eagle" owned by E. R. Johnson, of Flax ton seems to bring in some, big game, for he now advertises a? follows: Two oows and three pigs for Wale at the Eagle Offiice. The Donnybrook, says the Currier man sees double these days when he thinks the '"Mirror" man is on the brink of the grave. We challenge him to contest of marbles, eating pie or turning jack. The Independent's money is up on "Clark." -j* 4 The St. Paul Dispatch has q-uite a lengthly article on Disputed Boundar...

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. — 4 March 1903

fj IJ* (rf* jT WS^ iu VOLUME I, DUMBER f5 «r THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISKBJD *VKKY WBDNBBDAY. C. P. Truer, Publisher. PUTEBSD JUNIi 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS AtATTEIt, POST-OFFICE, MlNOT, MI D., ACT OP GOJiGliKflS OF MARCH 3, 1879. Minor Topics. a few Editor Wilson spent days at Staplfy.this week. Judge Cowan adjourned Saturday night for two more. court weeks Attorney Aurland returned ..from his trip to ism ark last Thursday evening. A burned bridge west of Des Lacs delayed the trains several hours last Saturday. County Commissioner Wallin has been laid up with a sprained anckie for a few weeks. Mrs. R. J. Chamberlain, of Pal­ ermo, visited friends in. Minot, Saturday and Sunday. .Qeor^e Burk, of Surrey, has re­ ared an appointment as em »^k^t agent for the Q. N. ^vCUaity Judge Murray returned I loss the condemed murderer to Botteneau hist, Saturday morn­ ing. Peter Bertleson, one of Mc klnney's prosperous merchants, is attending court in the city his week. Earl Parker, formerl...

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. — 4 March 1903

:.'J• %X- I '#*1 W(&Y Surgeon's Sutures. Modern curgery employs dozenfe of different kind's of thread for sewing up cuts «nd wounds. Among them are kangaroo tendons, horsehair, silk, and very fine silver wire. The short, tough tendons taken from the kanga­ roo, which are used for sewing severe Wounds, are particularly valuable and have saved many lives they hold for about a month before they break away. Silk thread will hold for muclt longer, sometimes six months, while the fine silver wire is practically in destructible. Thus a surgeon is able to select a thread that will last as long as the wound should take to heal, and will then disappear entirely.—Sci­ ence Siftings. On the Duties of Parents. "Tommy," asked his grandmother, "why would you rather be a little boy than a little girl?" "Because, grandma." replied Tom my, "I'd rather be a papa than a mam­ ma. The mamma has to take care of the children at home, but the papa just goes to the office."—Little Chron­ icle. Through an...

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. — 4 March 1903

Minor Topics R. Weagant is visiting in (iruf ton. Eight inches of ruin have fal­ len already this season. Minot goes to York today to play that black and white team. Come and see the soda water expert at lllakey's. (tf Chas. Webber threw away his crutches Monday and is around assessing". Miss Grace .Johnson is home from a week's visit with Burling­ ton Mends. The long distance telephone is being extended rapidly from (1arpio to Portal. Major Murphy went to Rugby Memorial day where he was orator of the (lay. When you call for Minot flour say '"Pride of Minot and see that you get it. 6tf Mrs. 0. M. Champlin went to Grand Forks to attend the Re bekah grand lodge. Mrs. John Carlson and two lit­ tle girls are visiting relatives at Fergus Falls, Minn. Miss Marie C. Pederson, of Windsor, Wis., is the guest of her uncle, Stephen Gulseth. W. H. Mann sold to the mer­ chants some nice bunch onions raised in his garden near town. C. K. Von Neida is mourning the loss of his wife—she has gone to ...

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. — 4 March 1903

Wl^ a 4$ j$FV" &M 1 -/V? Ail at^c W it fel Boone of the Rocky Mountain v:s||«ountry, who first brought the news this bit of nature's wonderland to kh« civilization represented by St. Joseph, Mo., away back in the 50s. THE ORIGIN OF MAN. 6e!»«f of Some Soudan Tribes Is Curious and Poetical. Among the appendices of Lord '-./'Cromer's reports on Egypt and the 'jSoudan for 1902 is an interesting note '^Vkon the religious beliefs of the tribes ^i-dwelling along the banks of the Behr ci-Ghazal. The Dinka, it says, though -/the most difficult of all to approach on such subjects, appears to have a jnost elaborate- list of gods and demi 1 Tjgods. At the head of the divine com "jmunity are Deng-Dit (Rain Giver) and gJAbok. his wife. They have two sons, Kur Kongs, the elder, and Ourung-Dit, the younger, and a daughter called Ai "S'^^yak. Their devil is called L'wal Bur If irajok, and is the father of Abok, the rwife of Deng-Dit. There are other t,,''relatives also. Their story of the origi...

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. — 11 March 1903

vmwr~rra 0 A 6 Cr-' *THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED KVKKY WKDN JiBOAY. C. P. Truax, Publisher. ENTERiSO JUNE 18, 15)02, AS SECO* D-CLAH8 MATTER, i'OHT-OFFIC!K, MINOT, N. D., ACT OP CONOUKHS OP MAKUH .'{, 1875). Minor Topics. Next Tuesday is tit. Patrick's day. Major,J. S. Murphy is home froln Bismark. L. M. Davis has returned from liis eastern trip. ]Ion. Martin -Tacobson has re­ turned from Bismarck. 10. A. a* ues was up from Bal­ four a few daj*slast week. Mayor Iloacl: returned from his Northlield trip yesterday. Dr. E. A. Crokat is spent a few days in the twin cities this week. States Attorney Johnson is doing- business at Devils Eake tp-day. »J. P. Killian came up from Uugby to .spend Sunday with friends. Mr. and Mi*a. M. S. -Williams have returned from ther visit at Sweatwater. Miss Thura Truax, of Willis ton is visiting with Miss Mans­ field this week. •W. B. Hawley left to day for Litchfield, Minn., upon a short visit with friends. The Rev. Win. C. Hunter will preach at...

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. — 11 March 1903

10 WORKING GIRLS FREE MEDICAL ADVICE Every working girl who is not well is cordially invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.* for advice it is freely given, and has restored thousands to health, r\\ss 125th Paine's Experience. "I want to thank you for what you have done for me, and recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all girls whose work keeps them standing on their feet in the store. The doctor said I must stop work he did not seem to realize that a girl cannot afford to stop "work­ ing. My back ached, my appetite was poor, I could not sleep, and menstrua­ tion was scanty and very painful. One day when suffering I commenced to take Lydia" E. Pinkham's Vege­ table Compound, and found that it helped me. I continued its use, and soon found that my menstrual periods were free from pain and natural everyone is surprised at the change in me, and 1- am well, and cannot be too grateful for what you have done for­ me."—Miss JANET PAINE, 530 St, New York City. STATE OF O...

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