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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 4 November 1903

in $ V8:4- VOLUME 2. NUMBER 2y. !men r~ Vere brought at onoe to this city on the eagine of Passenger train ^No. 1, which leaves this city at 2 a. m. "Splan was jplaced in the hospital and tlis left leg was amputated this afternmn above the knee. It was terribly crushed. Thel arm, was burned very badly with escap ing/ steam. For two hours be was prisoner in the cab. The engine rolfaA over on her side and went down -an «m bank ment 40 feet He «oiild not be ne Meas' «d until "Happy Jack" from rtfce 1 ,r0unc house went out withiihe wreticiqg crew and sawed him out. Splan «flie played great courage while prisoBeriin the cab and although tenlbly injured, he did not complain. The ^engine is a huge ^fastoden, Na 718. When taken \r °P'sn jokin^iy asked df bis team .ades, "Boy's how do yon Hike tiny ipqg leg?" f'S\Si iy!ff'^"-" jli.1"•"»' C/ .. The cars which wese wiecked '.wore] .loaded with lumber, shingles aad co4l.| Worked by Pretty Qiri Miss Bessie Lawraaice, apretty Vbrown eyed lass of ...

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. — 4 November 1903

1 V\ ^5 per cent m^s Wv yan Slid ii vi•.! u'r Y.'c \.!i tie lX- et-. Wf it dor't" sr. fJiiEecs and.j.-.'i-i-niii' vou -2 b'olo i.ai!!.'' Stove regular price I a an :-,^r nlue ™y I '7* novelty Skirtings. orjt -.ni nt" •. 1.. ii.-Wrappers 1 ill a1 I li 1 ro-H'i" e'-enp at will iir.ri ••/.n i:oi!.-r 70 cr.". Before You Buy Elsewhere. The Palmer Cloaks. A Written Guarantee with Every One TkJc Fall s+rrlo Ladies Black Melton |4.90 ims ran otyie oxford Gray $g.oo Blacks, Gray, and Tan $7.50, $8.50 $9.50 Ladies Kimona and Louis XIV Jackets in Black, Blue and Tan Shades in all the new styles of cloths $11.00, $12.50, $16.00, $17.00, $23.00, up to $35.00 Ladies .Misses and Childrens Cloaks, from $1.75 to $9.50 Discount on all Tailor Made Skirts, all sizes styles and qualities. $:\s7 Skirt *2.00 $4.50 Skirt.fa.87 $5 Skirt... $3.75 .$(00 skirt $1.50 #7.50 skirt $5.02. i. 'ii.-j:ouii J'iom these price.-. !i in this CV-- »r-tecl Cloth I'added eni:il in aav iHT.OJ our regular nt-VC !o Jnt v,.f :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. — 4 November 1903

4 f.l $£ f/ vidf/' "Vf*'" i:V O't ®«i A 4 \\'AT!-:U-FiHU) i! 11 tit obit- u. hl'cu. John l.cinze is stubble t-1 ?3 week. .Mr. Arnfctrong w:is a business catk-r at dinot Thursday. -reakinu' J.- 'Bailey 1 i. M. Bailey rfsliHl their grain Tuesday. fi iinK Kddy is selling out ami »'iug to move to Indian 'Perri in few days. It is understood that there will be a wadding* in this neighbor­ hood in the near future, but a'nv how wo (luvo not. tell'. ). 11. Hathaway has moved in­ to his ehacK again, lie now Bays he is going to stay until he freeza out and then ho will go lurther south where the sun :-en.v IMtEHCOTT LOCALS.' Who sayslhisisii't !iu(j\\caih r? The wedding bells will soon ring in town. Adolph I'eterson, o.n section 15. Jias been looking after his inter jjsts here lor a couple oi weeks. Kliner Oyseth is holding down i^daim in proper shape., pre pry to proving up soon. lot town board met: with town board last week kue^„t road brtween the two est oil ^-(.tiievs ai'i' linl.tirr'r up ...

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. — 4 November 1903

ll m&ki i**"* '••Sp- Xr wtjvu-WL Over Vckretand kid tip faxed Juliets ladiM. The latest anA t.nuwt beautiful •»tyli*. Come and see th«m. OUm ^JlamMin, Minot, N. D. tow w*n,* young th raved men aniil women to traved in North and tkntit-h Dakota. Work,pleasant, big wages. iiuarnuloed: Write .quickly and ct iln^t territory, mentioning experience if .«»• to L. K. Allen, Fargo, 1*. D. Cook and laundress wawbtd at once at county hospital. Gund w.tiffes ii«J. Call at Hospital, Minot, M. I). :S)tf For Bale Cheap Two lu«lio.V biuyd and one gentleman's bieyulti, eJioap, as I am soon going to leave iiie country. T. A. M*dhus, Minot, X. D. For Kaie Three lots in I'orbenson': addition. J. W. Rode, court t4 Wanted -Good girl for gciunKiil Iioum1 work. Call at this office. Taken Up—/At my home on lie, top of the hill from .theL. S. Footehome,, about two week« ago, a dark bay colt '.which will be two kit he spring. Three :Wack feet, left hind foot white: wire -ant on left side. Owner pay for th...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 4 November 1903

4 V.-Vf'Akn.fc *17/'?»T SECOND ...OK MINOT. Capital, #a0,000 -Surplus A Profit#, 7.000 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. JOSETH ROACH. R. E. BARRON. OLDEST BANK IN,WARD COUNTY. Hiii MONEY! MONEY! In the past year 1 have loaned more money in Ward county than has been loaned by all others 011 all others 011 all classes of proper­ ty. I charge no commission and no bonus. I will make you a loan to make proof on yur claim to buy your seed grain or for any other purpose. I will make it nuietly and all on me. quickly. If you want money J. S. Murphy, Minot, N. D. /tilLROY & HETHERTON best Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry TRY THE FAMOUS SPRAY BATH Only first-class artists employed here. No waiting. Face Massage a specialty. Headquarters for barber supplies Cigars and Tobaccos Mrs. L,. Muhs, Propr Minot, IN 600000000000000000 0000 00000000000-00000000000 0000 oooo CORRECTNESS IN DRESS! Is evidence of refinement: and for this reason our BOYER & LINDBERG NATIONAL BANK. OFFICERS: JOSEPH ROACH, ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 4 November 1903

New China Crockery, C'as&ware At Twin City Prices, at $15.00 Specials in \X7aicfrc °f white Yest ^[)L^™|™ings, stiched plaits Knit Goods The largest line of Hoods Shawls and Fascinators at„ low­ est prices. We can save you monev. Our Attractions This Week Are Our Low Price* Strictly Exclusive, Only one cies Angora Camel and Scotch to 98c. 15 pieces All Wool Tricots,only 33c 29 Bolts 40in All Wool Sacking* Ladies Clotli cheap at 58c spec. 43c Autumn and W inter Waists--hick and Enticing New arrival by express daily but hundreds of appreciative buyers decimiate them as fast as they fall into ranks. No wonder—W hat woman of thrift can resist such values so great. ND DEP'T. STORE! his the first season in onr new store—The target tradeemporinm in the west—finds us in a position! to do justice all around—to our patrons—ourselves and our merchandise, our stocks and facilities Intake shopping* easy and conveninnt Our qualitie and prices make it safe and saving. cut Prices NEW FALL DRESS...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 4 November 1903

r*. Sidewalk Notice Contiraed. [OONTINUBD PROM FIFTH PAGE.] To the owners and occupants of the following described lots and parcels of land in the city ofMinot in Ward County North Dakota. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the City Council of the City of Minot. You and each of you are hereby notified to construct a sidewalk in fronta of the lot hereinafter described, said Jsidewalk to be eight feet in width and shall be con­ structed of cement in following manner: There shall fee a foundation of sand and gravel five inches in thickness, on which shall be laid two inches of con­ crete composed of four parts sifted sand to one part of portland cement, and on the top of this shall be laid two inches of concrete formed of two parts of fine sifted sand to one part of portland ce­ ment, troweled smooth and laid off in blocks. On the outer edge of this' walk shall be placed a curb which shall be three eights of an inch below the top of the walk, which said curb shall be five inches in th...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 4 November 1903

tf few $*»» j- VL 41 i "7\' ft •i* 4. 1 •, 411 h\ ""f 3p \W? W, »e t"" '. .s»fl %*.* t* 'vC sr' it »•, tV'Tr O ife! W fl V*V te ii' J— 4£j Is' &. I Sf: 1 mv: ,\ M' MP. a: 'PS -IS fc 1 ,»51 I 'Hughes Lumber Company, ^3* No. 1 IPlyer west depart2:10a.m.central •No. 2 !Flyer east 7:45 a. m. central 3fo. 3 ILocal west 10:45 a. m. central No. 4 Local east 11 p. m. central No. 8 Local east 11:15 a. m. central No. 7 Arrives from east 4:20 p.m. central Local freight-east daily except Sun. 5 a.m R. W. Jones, ftrank Roach, George Treat B. H. Bradford, *11.of Minot, N.D. 10.21-11-25 R. C. Sanborn, Register. Not** lor Publication. Department of the Interior, land office at Minot, N.D.Octttth 1908. Notice is hfhy given that the following. nAmed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim.and .-that said proof will be made before William Murray county jaige at Minot, on Nov. 28th, J908, viz: George N. Martin, H. & 18179 for the e. aw. and lots San...

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 November 1903

Zr kv Kfv life It I Ifc'' »'v '"V v-ft. V- .r .„V" I ss"5. BK-: te'rLli-.Ut "V VOLUME a. NUMBER 3o. Minot it growing and in such «way that its growth will b* permanent. Wise heads who a year or two ago figured that this would be the great Attributing point of the Northwest made no mistake and are reaping the benefit of their shrewdness. The International Harvester Company has recognised Minot as the coming metropolis of the Horthwest and this week sent the general agent here to make this his headquarteas. Here After all the machinery handled hj the five great harvester -com­ panies, in the Northwest will be aent through Minot and handled At the home office. Mr. Mueller, the general agent we refer to. «9me from Council Bluffs, la. and rented offices in the LeSueur block. The harvester company will likely erect large buildings here next season. Minot In EarlyDays. At the Opera Bullet, C. HL Weed has on display two pictures which *rs very interesting. They «re pictures of Minot in the ...

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 November 1903

l1 SI f~*i p! |0 $& ii.lv 'I ipsv lit ,[ pi-' M: y,P0.:. &r. yM'?' f"' .k* ,-ji. 'v ^•^v •. i" j/ .\ •»-'.••• v..i- -H ,5% ~i ,f !. illj, $&%-*&& wmm i181 I'Hs iiii Ii $1 i&i •f0t WJI If iKl.-, fb?' &: it!:! f5pW^'w- ww *"k ,f fe. 3?''i :.r 11 NOV. 1888. Underwear 20 Doz Men's Sanitary fleeced Shirts anil Drawers sold all over for 50c (?/«3Oc 2ft doz Mens heavy wool fleece shirts and drawers worth 65c sale price -4Se ""20 doz Men's heavy wool ribbed shirt and drapers, bargain at $1.00 82o 8 Dozen Ladies Union Underwear all sizes -4Se 10 doz ladies extra fine ribbed fleeced vests and pants sale price each 4Sc 12 doz ladies ribbed fleeced vests ami pants worth 35c sale price 2?Sc 12 doz children's heavy fleeced shirts and pants worth 35c each sale price sizes 16 to 25 25c 12 doz boys underwear sizes 18 to 34 worth 50c sale price 25 Don't Rut off Buying at Theae Prlcea Fur Coats To introduce our new coat made from Australian Buffalo wa will on the first lOco...

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. — 11 November 1903

fib I 4 VOLUME a. NUMBER 3o. In Whose Name Assessed. Mary A. Calvin, sej4 4 Clara L. Hagan, .e'A se'A Sec. 12, lots 3 and 4 7 Elizabeth Van Wagoner, portion se'A swj 19 Fred L. Johnson, sw'A 26 Pauline Overdorph Co., e'A sw^4, s'A nwJ4 27 John Bergkvam, se|4 sw)4. sw'4 se'/i, n'A se}4 -28 George F. Gates, n'A ne'A, sw}4 ne'A Sec. 31, sw}4 sej4 30 Winslow Slasky, sw 'A Erick Ramstad, w'A sw 'A, e'A sw}4, sw 'A nw'A.... Joseph Linnertz, sw 'A Samuel Linn, scJ4 Joseph \Linnertz, nw 'A Joseph Linnertz, sw}4 Joseph Linncrtz, scJ4 ne'A Sec. 33, n'A nw)4, swJ4 nw'A Anthony Hotz, seJ4.... Nels O. Engholm, sw'A swj4 Sec. 5, s'A seJ4. sej4 swJ4 6 Edward liryans, ne'A se'A, lots 4, 5 and 6 6 Chas. W. Van Wagoner, n'A se'A, swJi e'A, se}4 nw 'A 8 Joseph Hennes, sw% se'A Sec. 8, nw 'A nej4, eVi ne4 17 Joseph Clementish, se'A swj4 Sec. 8, e'A nw 'A, sw}4 nel4 17 Ella G. Thompson, 'lots 3 and 4, se'4 nw 'A 1 Kent Yale, w'/i ne!4, e'A nw 'A, nw A e'A 13 Thomas Thompson, e'A nw 'A, lots 1 and 2 30 (...

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 November 1903

M: .«•» ?V i* iflw&'w l. k, Don't forjret the date. Millinery Greatly Underpriced jliJlOtiiiliMMlllp __ Mlilttli if I Higher. you of Hosiery for Men. Women and Children that Cannot be matched in prices and qual­ ity. --TW^^ Jj) T': An Ideal Opportunity to Save Money at Our SPECIAL FUR SALE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 19, 1903, LELAND DEP'T. STORE Having Negotiated at a groat sacrifice Over $5,000 w»rth of the Finest Furs ever turned out by manufacturer. We will offer the entire Collection to the people of Minot. Men's Ladies' and Children's Furs At Greatly Reduced Prices, A Rare Opportu­ nity, and Good Values In Reliable and Stylish Furs—When you buy furs,—you want all of the above qualities. Men's Canadian Coon Coats, Otter Trimmed, which are cheap at $90.00 AT $65.00 to$70.00. Fur Lined Ulsters at $13*00 should clean out the whole lot. [Ladies Alaska Seal Jackets in Blouse and Militar Effects—Beaver—Otter—Persian—Astrachan and Krimmer Garments, in all the new modes Muffs and Scarfs in...

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. — 11 November 1903

I 'j !v, i'iv1 ,t! ***&*? jgk ROBERTSON KILLED AT BURLINGTON MINE Car Load of Coal Breaks Loose and runslron Tipple to Bottom of Kenmare Lignite Coal aid Brick Co.'s Mine killing a Workrtan. Chas. A. Robertson, a miner thirty-five years of age, was .struck at the Kenmare Lignite and Coal Company 's mine near Burlington at 2:30 o'clock Tiles- day afternoon and injured so badly that he died the following morning at 12:35 o'clock. A string df: loaded cars had bfeen pulled from the bottom of the mine to the tipple and released. One car broke loose and went bac.k into the mine with gre.afr speed. Robertson was working near the bottom of the slope back nearly 400 feet and the car. struck him squarely on the head A bad gash was cut across his eye and the scalp was torn loose, in two places, two large patches being pulled off. Workmen saw the car go back, but did not -see their comrade struck. He was -found immediately after the ac­ cident JJJin the mine with his head on the track. He w...

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. — 11 November 1903

I Pi !v W: &. I |ft: iiil »Ki W'S^. 4V.^ 'tv „„.,:i'/f^ •ijf .4M4i.^i!«!«'^l*'k 21 lbs. Granulated Sugar 100 lbs. Lidgewood Flour, best in the world, 2 10 5 lbs. Finest Grade Gona Mocha & Java Coffee, 22 10 2 lbs. Extra Fancy Sun Dried Japan Tea, 42 .84 1 Can Lee & Larsen's Pure Baking Powder ,22 5 lbs. Fancy Japan Rice, reg. 10 cts per lb. .35 5 lbs. Fancy Pearl Tapioca, reg. 10 cts per lbj .35 1 Cartoon Extra Select Soda Crax, reg. 25 cts -.18 5 doz. Clothes Pins .05 28 Bars "Victor Laundry Soap" none better .98 6 Bars Nysa Toilet Soap none better 28 Around the State 00000000000000009 E. F. Binford iw the first Mayor of Kenmare. A Wimbleton father found his run away boy at Velva. There are 218 students en­ rolled in the State Normal school at Valley City. The Forum Kernels says that grain was thrashed near Ken­ mare for a preacher—on Sunday. Hoboes stole a car of booze from the depot platform at Bal­ four and an innocent pigger was suspected. Ward county shows a gain o...

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. — 11 November 1903

I, 1 P&iW, j3sh$.. hfr Emil Kurz, a Coal •1 GILROY & HETHERTON Highest Priccs Paid for Hides and Poultry O THE BATH ROOMS ARE THE FINEST IN THE CITY TRY THE FAMOUS SPRAY BATH* Only tirst-class artists employed here. No waiting. Face Massage a specialty. Headquarters for barber supplies Cigars and Tobaccos Mrs* L. Muhs, Propr Minot, IN. D( Made arrangements with the Larson Mine, one of the best in the state, for coal, and in cases I cannot get Cars enough I will haul with four teams. Office with K. T. Hagan, Telephone No. 166 ^liili. Hi I|i)llj- I r- Wf5 AftKfP Wholesale and Retail dealers in FRESH AND SALT MEATS Fish, Game and Oysters'in season Astoria^ EUGENE TEUTSCH ARCHITECT Contractor and Boiider Estimates on all classes of buildings furnished FREE OF CHARGE MINOT, IV. DAK More than 10,000 Remington Typewriters are used for instruction purposes in the schools of the United States and Canada over 2,200 more than all other makes of writing machines combined. This condition...

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. — 11 November 1903

,* JU. ft-~ ""#rp* •to 'iljiitiiiilfliji'i l-L X& tefit? 1 I •J C.: 3$ il "t V4 H» ,V'5, Vt? t»\ V® •»JV **2 1 «?, fci 1® fl •fjv Vv: !c $ r/ i.r.rs5.'- T.1 Best goods, worth Vou 1% WE WANT TO TELL rpni. good Black, Tan Blue Gray novelty Skirtings 17 1=2 Per Cent Discount On our entire stock of Ladies Wrappers Our Regular 95c Flannelette wrappers......79c Fancv Flannelette and Percale $1 goods...83c $1.2o ..$1.04 $1.50 Banner Brand Shirt Waists Everyone made from best style cloth for fall and winter trade 1903-4. Flanelette waists 85c, 75c 69c Good Woolen Flannel waists in all best shades $1.50 & $1.25 Fancv niecurized vesting in white and figures $4.78, $4.00 $3.78, $2.58, $1.98. Brilliantine in Black and white stripes, figures and plain colors $4.85, $3-25, $3.00, $2.65. Opera Flannel waists, embroidery, delicate shades all grades reduced to $2.50. PIS'- We can. furnish hardware for building at closer prices than you are paying and ask a chance to figure on your hardware b...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 11 November 1903

OUG(H I j»«ilNOR TOPICS Clias. Wellman has gone to Kalamozoo, Mich, to spend the winter. Money to loan on your farm, I have it terms of payment easy—Rates low as the lowest. I can save you money. -J. E. Mc Koaae. 23-tf Atty. Hoffman of Donnybrook transacted land business here Monday. Big discount on clothing this week at P. P. Lee's. J. A. Ritchie is doing teaming His outfit may be seen at White's livery barn. The happiest couple in the world should be a deaf husband and a blind wife, both taking Rocky Mountain Tea. Keeps peace in the family. 35 cents.— A. S.Blakey. Don't forget the big fur sale Thursday Nov. 19tli at the Ice­ land Department Store. 30 t-1 Builds up muscular flesh, healthy tis­ sue, rich, red blood clears the stomach, kidneys and liver. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents.-—A. S. Blakey. Truck gardners find Mi not an ideal town in which to sell their produce and more than ever will ply their vocation next season. Just unloaded a car of furni­ ture at P....

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 11 November 1903

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Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 11 November 1903

4' t«'1 ,*? W !•"'J ii „•*. 4 Capacity 200 Per Day MINOT MILLING COMPANY. MERCHANT AND CUSTOM MILLERS, INCORPORATED. ,'v '.!£ "?•'jj'i'Ti1, "Tu .A..-- S Barrels i-' I' r, ~..4 The Pride of Minot is Ever Popular. 13 very Sack is Guaranteed to be of Uniform Quality. We Ex­ change Flour for Your Wheat. Bring- Your Feed to This Mill and Have it Ground The Following Flours and Cereals Always on Hand & Pride of Minot, 1st Grade. "C. B." Third Grade. Breakfast Food. Corn Meal. Graham. & R. W. JONES. 4/ TM'*1:' cJ Headquarters for all Kinds of Fuel .v.. I have just increased my storage capacity and nave si^ok Hocking Valley Nut, Lignite smitli Coal. Cord Wood, Oak, Elm, 1 an K. lint Edgings.Stove The Great Magnetic Healer, will be in town for awhile, at the Mer­ cantile hotel Ftin^iiiKlfcineJ No Cure, No Pay. E. L. SUTTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (jewi al Law Practice. Land Office Business. ce over P. P. Lee's MINOT. AIU r' Mill Runs NIGHT $4*1 1 ,.... werwr-'. and if DAY t. /Lignite Secon...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 11 November 1903

'ft,'. i' Jc Vc A^ip». :i-\ r' "i I *sf& A *u« '*5 •t„ At1 ,\ 1 Sfe No. 1 Flyer west depart 2:10 a. m. centra No. 2 Flyer east 7:45 a. m. central No. 3 Local west 10:45 a. m. central No. 4 Local east 11 p. m. central N«. 8 Local east 11:15 a. m. central No. 7 Arrives from east 4:20 p.m. central Local freight east daily except Sun. 5 a.m More About Herd Law The Independent has had a number of inquiries regarding the statement published in this pa­ per a few weeks ago relative to Idle North Dakota herd law. The interpretation of the law is a lit tie misleading. The herd law al­ lows cattle to run at large from Bee. 1 until April 1. Farmers must during that time fence against stock. A case came be­ fore the supreme court not long ago caused by a stockman's qafetle doing damage. The far­ mer claimed damages, but could gptnone, because the herd law protected the stockman. Big Dance at Glen burn A big dance was held at (llen linrn Friday night in one of the new store buildings. Murphy...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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