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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 19 August 1903

'M .'-'J j* 'i' r'ri iJ MINOg=TOPICS The latest in calling cards at The Independent office. Mrs. Lamming of Grand Forks is visiting' her parents. L. S. Foote of Burlington is putting up 250 tons of hay. Fred Barlow purchased a house and lot in the southern part of town. Archie I'ort or came from Gran­ ville Saturday to look after his claims. A daughter was born to Prof, and Mrs. K. II. Wolfe Saturday The postoffice has been ordered to be moved from Walter to ^'lenbuni. Dr. Orokat was called to Flax ton ts consult with Dr. Mclvor in a serious case- A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hyder 18 miles up the river Tuesday Aug. 11. The M. E. Conference at Wah peton has been postponed from Sept. 24 to Oct. 8. Dr. Morrison came down from Donnybrook Friday evening with a. patient for the hospital. Mrs.(J. A. Bradshaw of Denbigh visited Conductor and Mrs. Frank Martin several days. L. J. McCormick and Miss La vina Overing- were married Sun­ day Aug*. D. Their home is near Mohall. G. P. Itussell, ...

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. — 19 August 1903

:v" if I *t s! ft Ws V?. t) -If & 4*% ail' t: m: II I taj •m mw y&mit-V a.S-':' 'v Klyor west due'*2:10 a. in. central Klyer east due 7: J.) ii. ill. central Local west lui' Ii a. in. central Local ca-U due 11 p. in. central Local cast due 11 :15a. in. central Arrives from east -1:20 p.m. cent nil ti. !!. (.'ask K. r. Kivley. A. T. Jones. John I iiderdahl. John Kloni, ail of Minot. N. II. !!. C. S.\ named r. hi. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon ae.d cultivation of said land, viz: Holvor Holverson. .John Iluike, I'eter Larson, David Huston, all of liurliiii'ton. N. I). S-12 0-lti 1!. ('. SAN liOKN. K''i ister. James Johnson. Atty. for Claimant. Contest Notice. Department of the Interior. T. S. land office Minot. N. !.. July i",. l'.HK!. A sufficient content afliil:ivit having been filuil in this-office by Lizzie Wnodiwiss, cori ru.-tant. against homi'steail entry No. 1.1974. made .nine H. l'AC. for lie 1-1. sw 1-1 no 1-1. sec. t|). I.V. ...

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. — 26 August 1903

I ,1 i* i* 41 v"' Kil Sfci MONEY TO LOAN MONEY ON IMPROVED LANDS the best countries in the world. If you are in business, tell the people about it through the columns of the Independent. The advertising space will bring you good returns. The number of subscribers of the Independent has crawled up gradually until now each week 1800 papers are sent from this office. Our list is not padded. We do not state that we have four or five thous­ and circulation as a local daily paper would liave you believe, and our books are open to in­ spection of those interested. The new press and gasoline en Sgiue have been installed and the ^public is now cordially invited to see them work. We print four days each week, beginning on Saturday. C. A. Johnson's Accident. 0. A. Johnson had an exciting runaway about a week ago about midnight at the Anderson farm three miles northeast of town. A nderson had stretched a barbed wire across a former road and .r„'! did not put up anything to indi Hf eate the dang...

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. — 26 August 1903

PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX. (}. D. COLCORD, ENTEltED JUNE 18, 1902, The Official Paper for the City of Mi not, and th: Tax List for Ward County. Don't dispose of property cov­ ered by chattel mortgage, seed lein, thresh lein. or any other lein. The last legislature enact­ ed a law which makes the selling or concealing of property covered by achatteferKotherlein, a crime. Where the property is worth less than -if 1(H). the penalty is one year in jail or a fine of .$500, or both fine and imprisonment. Where the property is worth over $100. the penalty is not less than one year in the penitentiary. This is quite severe but the dis­ honest are the only who will suf­ fer anv harm. What would do more towards advertising Minot than any other one thing, would a genuine old fashioned fair, a regular pumpkin show, races and all. A fair asso­ ciation should be organized among the business men, grounds purchased and race track laid out. This should be done n.a\v...

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. — 26 August 1903

-w/ gs & i- Wo wish to announco that our stock of fall and winter goods are now arriving daily, thoy aro open for your inspection and criticism, as we aro always pleased to show goods CLOTHING Mens Boys and Childrens Suits. A largo line of the seasonablo up to date goods just arrived. We shall be pleased to have you look through this department before purchasing, as we know wo can please you both in price and quality. Our gents furnishings such as pants, overalls, shirts, duck coats, underwear, etc., is overstocked. We are leaders in this department, which we will leave to quality and prices to convince you SHOES We handle the celebrated Bradley & Metcalf lino of shoes. Those -who have purchased these shoos hero know there is "none better" those who are not acquainted with this celebrated shoo try the next pair and let us convince you. Wo are going to handle the Goodyear glove, overshoes and rubbers, exclusively. Every man, woman and child knows thoro is "nonobetter niado" t...

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. — 26 August 1903

Threshing is in full swing- these days in these ••dijig-in's". The Ladies Aid of Hurlinfi-fon will hold its next meeting- at the home of Mi's. Chris Tiller on Thursday September X. Tom Davis lias shaken the dust of imperial Ward county off his brogans and hied himself to the classic shades of I-uriiey. a big mining' point in Canuckdoni. The most difficult ascent in the world is getting' up a subscrip­ tion—but this doesn't apply to fie Independent's list—as it is humping' right along up in this pr s] er ins ba iliwick. Lumberman Colton has just re­ ceived a carload of the famous '•'Western King" wagons and plows. The establishment of a implement warehouse at this ])oint fills a bill that was want­ ing-. And it came to pass that one Burlingtonite spake unto the other, saying: "In seasons of distress and grief my soul has often found relief."—and yours may also, by subscribing- for the Independent. Selah! Selali! W. I). Wilson has decided that he will not accept the agency of th^ big ...

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. — 26 August 1903

111 Surrey. Ed. Thofson left Tuesday for Rugby. Rev. John Brubaker preached at Granville on Sunday. Miss Susie Wilgus visited Zora Pcrrey a few days this week. Daniel Wolfe is out with a threshing crew up at Carrington. Mrs. Dane Royer took dinner Sunday with Mrs. D. S. Wolfe. Roy B. Wolfe went to Williston Sun­ day to look after his claim. Mrs. Irene Wolfe spent the day Mon pay with Mrs. Jessie Pearson. The Misses Mamie and Ava Broy spent the day Friday with Miss Zora Perrey. D. M. Shorb and family took dinner on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ridge way. Mrs. Caleb Wolfe expects to leave Wednesday for her home at Wolseley, Canada. Mrs. Irene Belt Wolfe stayed over night Friday with Mrs. Bert Mc Cutclieon. J. E. Smith and family returned homo Friday after spending a couple weeks at Burlington. The Christian church will give another ice cream social at the school house Friday evening. Miss Bessie Semlar from McKinley ————-district, took supper Saturday evening with Miss Flossie Colo. Mr. 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. — 26 August 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHKD EVISKY WKDM'JSUAY. TRUAX &. COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX. O. D. C'OLCOKl), ['I'tll.lSllEIi. KUITOK. EKTKRKD JUNK 18, 1902, AS HKCO.N C'LASS ATTl'li, I'OriT-OFI'll'K, Ml NOT, N. I)., ACT or COM I:ESS OP MAKCII .'!, 1879. The Ofileial Paper for the City of Mi­ not, anil tlr» 'L'axList for Ward County. Wednesday. Aim1. 2(. Do You Want a Creamery? The Independent office was visited Monday by Erick Mustad and I). S. Tabler two ereamery enthusiasts, who are doing1 nil tliey can to get aereaniery start­ ed in Minot, knowing- what ad­ vantages it would be for our farmers and dairymen. Mr. Tab­ ler and Mr. llustad each use the United States separate!1 and be­ lieve that with the use of one of those machines, and selling the cream at a creamery, the aver­ age farmer can become indepen­ dently rich in a few years. He has the grass—the most nutri­ tious in the world-at hand. Mr. Tabler handed us two clippings from the Granada, Minn., papers telling of the wonderfu...

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. — 26 August 1903

MjNO^_TOPICS |j The Golden Ilulo opens Saturday. Mr. and Mr. John ltico are the parents of a bnb.y boy. J. A. 'arlson now litis ohar^o of the west end olovntor. A team wjih stolen from Micha­ els of (Jranville Sunday night. Tablets, Envelopes, Paper' Stationery, etc., at the Golden Rule. Sunday morning subject at M. 10. church, ''(iristle or lioue, Which?" Co to the Palace liar her Sl.op for a good Ufk: bath.—W. B. Johnson. 1H A. L. Carpenter il his chesl fjuite badly crushed at the round iioune Saturday. Dr. Crokat was called to Velva Tuesday morning to consult with Dr. .Johnson. Look over the 5 and 10j counters at the Golden Rule. It will pity you. Miss Ida Wilson is at lending the Dakota business college at baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ca sper Tanged a hi in this city Monday night. Look at your calendars and see if it isn't about "*1'to buy some "Pride of Minot" flour?' 19-tf Mrs. H. W. Titus will return in a few days from St. Paul where she has been visiting. Mr. and Mrs. ...

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. — 26 August 1903

No. 1 Flyer west (k|mrl2:.U a. in. central No. 2 Flyer east .. 7:4f a. in. central No..'! Local west .. 10:15 a. in. central No.-I Local east .. 11 p. in. central No. 8 Local east .. 11:1" a. in. central No. 7 A rrives from east 1:2I) p.m. central Local freight oast daily except Sun. a.in (!. I?. CASK, A»e»t. NOTTCF FOR PUBLICATION Land office at IVIinot. N. O. A ugust 1!Hli Notice is hereby given that the fol­ lowing named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in sup­ port of his claim and that said proof will be made before liegistei and Recei­ ver at Minol, N. I), on September .'50th, liMJ.'! viz: .John M. Iverson. Homestead Kntry No. MOID for the si:'.t_of nu and Lots .'5, 1. and .*, of s(c. l.~ln Slw He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of sf id land, viz: Frank Tects, II. Kasmusen. \\. I'. Whitmore, .I.C'oy, of surrey, N. I). I C. S\NI:OI:N. register. Departiiu'iil ir the Inli-rinr. I". S. hm.l nl'llcr ...

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. — 2 September 1903

M" •fclvV* I -i. VOLUME 2. N'UMBKR \i£/ ^*£Z- r0. MONEY MON13Y o:sT I ALSO A :.VI vt .-2 -c, IN c- s--: a-a MAPPED TWENTY-FVE TOWNSHIPS Daniel h\ Wiikrd and Parly Complete !n vesligations- Dechrcs That liie Hilly Land Southwest of Minot Siteuld Neves be Oi'okeii tip. Dnniel 10. U'illavd. lt' of Male {ivolog'icul fiuui1. author ot' "The Story 'of the Prairies," has re­ turned with his party from 111 hills soul Invest of Minot wlu'iv they have been making" investi g-ations relative to the ouality of the soil, for several weeks. Tlu* party mapped twenty-five town­ ships showing the stony, sandy and hilly tracts. Soil samples from the whole teivii ory were se­ cured. A soil ang'er was used and soil taken'from depth.' vnrviii jc. iVom th.ree to twelve feet, wore se­ en ved. The map will, show \r ticularly where the- farming ami "•razinjr lan'ls lie. flu1 sloti\'! lands Viiil be iudic :t."l. .v eri]tive writeui) 01' ilie soil cluir aet^risties «of the 'wliole reirio? will appear as the ne...

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. — 2 September 1903

VVj 7 !f:Vf If ybp-f *K T& -fe. .- '. S¥ mi':' wm&jrM: yJAr -£f§^:\f'! K'to,*- trji.Y The heavy rain of last week washed a few of the kinks out of the sway-back sidewalks of Burl­ ington. Lumberman Colt011 left on Fri­ day on a business trip to Lisbon, the boom city of Ransom county. He returned Sunday. Mrs. W. L. Millar left 011 Satur­ day for Kemnamwhere she will visit with her daughter. Mrs. P. M. Cole, of that place. John Millar hied himself away to the classic shades of Kenmare 011 Friday last, where he will do business and incidentally say, how! to the boys. The elevators at this point are about ready to do business with the millionaire farmers of this section. The best going prices will be offered here. Manager L. I. Sowle, of the Davis mine. Coal Baron I). .J. Lloyd are among the North Dakotans from this place to the Minnesota State Fair. Stockman L. S. Foot arrived home 011 Friday from Chicago, where he had been with six car loads of cattle, lie ivports the price of...

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. — 2 September 1903

f^AUr'^ k" Hhroiisrh 5i pair a i..- 70.000 a-a :vr" r/T .. /^Vo \visli lo iii^rtiiiH-i-thii^.i)', !1 ••iti*i. l| iil' fnll and .winter guilds lire v- ,***.—r-r ., -in ..•Mens i.ioy?i ai Cmt.l privv.- to r..,- iv:ins- you a Siaa.i!:- t. U' .o a iai '-. -a .' inat-a :ir-.' ^•/'-•aaMaaiali' Jeaiid t-i or-rirttli' !j~y a :J r"i Mio\v nrriviiiir Aiily. t!i^jr ittM|Vi'n fiiv youi: inspection and ek'Hicisni, "a- f' $is wo r«rutihrm$ ittfn*1*d tri*h'o\\'.'s"«*Mls •*."vs*- a ..* s^»**r 4 ..„ TCJHIL«lrtfLs SIIII••. I ,\ litLIIVE'-.OL' flu* flo DNLO RPO'JS. JUST v,RRIVJST^-: \\V YTL:FH K-/""PIOFE.LHL U* JI&VO Y(RT\ HSO!:- -y?) ^ihroiisjh -t I is wo "fckojsr ''Jileaw! you oth in prico ,•••-.•.! «iim!ify. Our gents fnmi.---! inif.-i swl «. ,iMX 1 .•r-i GRGRMS"- Our yroeary tU^arlmi'iU.H ivor-y ai^violMii Uaw 'di-poi't- uicnt nit.'i'ii. via' "pure i'ooj. f.nv" a, a.-aioi- as ay stand t'h"' to'st' -'«"v above »it j-. Anyiai)', nail cvit aia:r you urc in rood of iu '.c nrniJ '.niorchandiiie aou...

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. — 2 September 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED EVKKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. P. TRUAX, A D. COLCORD, FDBLISHKK. EDITOR. ENTERED JUNE 18°, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3,' 1879. The Official Paper for the City of Mi not, and th 3 Tax List for Ward County. Wednesday, Sept. 2. The following changes were made by the State Board of Equalization on personal property in Ward county. Reduced Raised 1 y'r old horses 33 per ct. 2 12 per ct. 3 6 per ct. Stallions 111 per ct. 1 y'r old cattle 3 per ct. 2 9 per ct. Cows 2 per ct. AH other cattle 1 per ct. 1 y'r old mules 25 per ct. 2 9 per ct. 3 7 per ct. Sheep 7 per ct. Swine 2 per ct. Pianos 35 per ct. Separators 25 per ct. Engines 10 per ct. Dr. Crokat, the health officer, recently had printed a large num­ ber of burial permits, which must be filled out by the local physi­ cian in attendance or the coron­ er, who must file it with the health officer after the burial of the body. The law has ...

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. — 2 September 1903

MINOR TOPICS I). A. Dinnie pays $4 a day for carpenters. Cochrane relatives B. B. Edminister, of Towner, is doing abstract work for J. E. McKoane. Erick Hustad, the milkman, sold in one month $250 worth of milk and cream. Mrs. F. R. Marrs has Lakefield, Minn., her old visit for six months. Fred Hines, A1 Bager and son Eddie, Sanford Barlow and Paul Palmer shot 75 ducks in the hills Tuesday. Jourgen Olson spent Sunday at Bowbells and says that many fields of oats will go 80 bushels to the acre. Mrs. Eric Ramstad and Mrs. A. J. Thompson left Tuesday night for Seattle, Wash., to spend several weeks. Miss Maud Champlin returned from a three weeks' visit with friends in Red Lake Falls, Minn., and Grand Forks. For Rent—Up stairs of large new house, three rooms and vestibule. Pleas­ ant part of city. Only 87.50 per month. Inquire at this office. 19-tf is said that there is enough Mwteel at Rugby to lay twelve miles of the new Granville-Mohall branch railroad. John M. Iverson, of Surrey, th...

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. — 2 September 1903

tm I -itr THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT •PUHUSHEO EVKRY WEUXKSDAV.' TRUAX & COLCORD. C. 1'". TRUAX, PiDMSHEli. (1. T). OOLCORD. KTUTOI KNTKracn isn IS, 1U0'2, AS #E6cw)-cla.ss MATT.KI!, I 'QST-Ol'1I'ICK, INO'l^N. 1)., ACT OK CONlillESS or MARCH 1879. Tho Oivlcial Paper {or the City of Mi mpt, and lis? Tax List for Ward County., \VVdn esdrvv, Sept. KENY REALTY'-AND VYci! INVESTMENT COMPANY Known iirond- F^ri s- Incur- pa.-aies ant! StnrB N-j-.v Office in HI '-a t., 1." 1... i. r.:. '•'•arks and has ia.i 0la iI /•'Suaur :ilais: .:. 1 i: •. are '.''ie,..aa a a iiatured crowd of merry mak rs H-. ^.toltz was there last week. an stivet v.-ili high. It thai corner lots \vi]l bring wliilo those near tiie ooviih dei'i. Gerti- yd in-iTi-a- 1 iscrtaaaaa aa !v.- iv S i. -I a.-r'. '5 he 'i:t lira a 1 ia aii' 5 '0.. !s wail kna? ai s.it-fr {^taTaad' .a visa :'sV: aa 'an ]:•. o's ran ti'i tiii' iiks 1 lie eii'te: lu.' Hi i'i!i-|«. will ja Not ii Us.: as and aa 1 a^l !•'. W'i "a. ai a'• •!iag 1 ha ^...

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. — 2 September 1903

"H ^rt •',' %r ri faff* I *{*tff ft s* §m J,-, & Vi*48 a •k A ii 'Ml •**$£$ w" l*"iw jji «5f I 4 S&i Y?V»" & J. M. S Surrey. Roy. P. Cole and Walter Perry re­ turned home Thursday from their trip into Canada. Miss Flossie Colo and Miss Zora Perry were Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs. Jessie Pearson. Miss Jessie Meyers, of Granville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bert Tofflenieyer at the "Hotel Surrey." Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wilgus and family took dinner on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brey and family. Miss Ethel Burns, who has been sick several weeks with lune fever, is able to be out among her friends asjain. The Misses Grace and Alice and Arth­ ur and Harry Wctmore visited thoir sis tor Mrs. Nellie Hardy on Sunday. i'vMr. and Mrs. Wm. Culbertson and Mr. John Pearson took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Pearson. Mrs. Guilbert Allen, of Minneapolis, has joined her husband in making an «xtended visit with their son William, at Surrey. t' -Dr. Windell was called to s...

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. — 2 September 1903

'M: S Il€r 1 lljei dopai t2tlU n. ui, central 7:15 n. m. central 10:43 a. m. central 11 p. ID, central 11:15 a. in. contra! jNO No. '2 No.:} No. Xo. S Xo. 7 Local freight oast daily except Suu. 5 a.in Fiver cast Local west Local oast Local east Arrives from east -1:20 p.m. contral Ci. R. CASE, Agent, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Land office a I Minot, N. D. August 19th 1903. Notice is hereby given that the fol­ lowing nani-ni settlor haw tiled notice of hi-i iiitcntio.i to make linal proof sup­ port of his claim nnd that said proof will be made before Registei and Recei­ ver ni Minot, N. D. on September 80th. 1903 viz: John .VI. Iversou, Homestead Entry No. 15040 for the SE4 of XV and Lots 3, 4, and 5, of .see. (5 lo-ln Ft 31\i. He names the following- witnesses to prove hid continuous residence upon and cultivation of stid land, viz: Frank Teets, H. Ra sum sen, W. F. Whitmore, J. Coy, of surrey, N. D. K. c. SANBORN, 1902. for e'j 1 no 1-!. sw 1-1 The said contestant ne 14. sec. 23. tp. 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. — 9 September 1903

r.'" Mia Found la Lavatory at the Rear of The Reporter Office With Throat aad Wrista Cat With Dall Knife—Taken to Jail Where he Diet. Sebastian Hendricks, a work­ ing man about forty years of age, committed suicide by cutting his throat and wrists a terrible manner in a lavatory at the rear of the Reporter office, shortly before four o'clock Thursday fayafternoon. He was found a few 1 W^iputes after he had done the "S.deed by Ray Hopkins, one 4 printers in the Reporter jn T*-«W3p? Ps.7* VOLUME a. NUMBER 21. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY ON IMPROVED LANDS IN WARD COUNTY I ALSO LOAN MONEY TO MAKE FINAL PROOFS I O E N O S O N .. Minot* North Dakota I SELL LAND Wa«*d county cheaper than any other agency W wn^wa Frank Tyler, Geo. Griffin hn Corbett rushed to the and drew the dying man the light. His clothes vered with blood and he a hoary looking spec- Dr. Crokat was called at ii&Tand found the man dying. Two big gashes were made in bis throat with a dull jack knife, the small blade scarcely m...

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. — 9 September 1903

a I "5* 7 I CaBbiel* Eripkson, of the Minot National Bank, was a visitor in Burlington on Monday. He was sizing up the grain shipments at this ppint. Just watch the smiling faces and happy gestures of ,the Burl in infeton coal barons when the first cold snap sets in. Cold weather is the commencement of -the '"barons happy days. Alvin Wallace very properly ^suggests that progressive Bur­ lington should have a depot. Let us nope that the Soo company will see fit to build one before the election of ''Teddy'" in lJ.)0-k Geo. Wells played ball with the German contingent on the Suyd ||er estate the other Sunday, and on one occasion says the gallant Wells when the ball struck him he had to cling to mother earth ittid'iiiedit ate upon some of the staggering realities of ball play­ ing on Sunday. Lloyd Bowman andDauConan 'were among tlit1 distinguished ,Burlingtonites, who went to Sur­ rey and participated in the big dance at that place last Satur­ day evening. Among other things the boys re...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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