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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 16 December 1903

it at 30. la W*' To Crop 600 Acres Surrey has a preacher farmer, Iter. D. M. Shorb who will next season put in 600 acres of crop. This year he had 1825 bushels of flax and 2200 bushels of other grain from 840 acres. Mr. Shorb is a hustler and farms well. lie ha* 300 acres backset for next reason's crop. He owns his own threshing machine. An Early Wedding. Geo. McAneny and Miss Rose •Garner were united in marriage this morning at 6 o'clock at the •Catholic church and left shortly jaftserwards for Minneapo is where they will spend their honeymoon. The groom is a popular Great Northern conductor. The bride was a former resident of Minne­ sota and is an attractive young woman. A Quiet Wedding* popular tailor, J. l?H|PfW^ '^7 bo A, Lid- «trom, vvus united in marriage to Miss Myrtle Baumgartle, at their future home in this city Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock by Kev. .Nelsen. The bride is count ied among Minot \s most beautiful and popular young women.. The independent extends lest wisher, i...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 16 December 1903

*?f IS* "'v^SS-H" b&i'fy liiti? .® 'H g%\ s.\ & frV j* #wi NOV. 1888. Underwear 20 Dost Men Sanitary fleeceq Shirts and Drawers Hold all over for 50c @3Qc *25 doz Mens heavy wool fleece shirts and drawers worth 65c sale price 48c 20 doz Men's heavy wool ribbed shirts and drawer*, bargain at 81.00 (a 82c 8 Dozen Ladies Union Underwear nil sizes 10 dozladiew extra tine ribbed fleeced vests and pants sale price each 4Sc 12 doz ladies ribbed fleeced vests and pants worth 35c sale price 3ffc J'2 doz childron's heavy fleeced shirts and pants worth 35c each sale price sizes 10 to 25 25c 12 doz boys underwear sizes 18 to JM worth f)c sale price 25 Don't Put off Buying at Thsoe Prices Fur Coats To introduce our new coat made from Australian Buflalo wr- will on the tirst lOeoats give 85.00 off 822 coat price 818 Our $25 buffalo coat $20.0 Finest Australian Buffalo Satin Lined $33 Coat This Sale $5 off at $28 Black Dogskin Coat. Warm and Sensible For This Sale $10 A REMINDER Head the '...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 16 December 1903

fadies' The. Independent wishes readers a merry Christmas. Atty. Sutton and wife are in Minneapolis on a visit. J. W. Rode is taking the school census of the Minot district. J, J. Coyle and wife have gone Illinois to spend Christmas. Mrs. Paul Evans has gone to Of ihall, Mo., to visit for a few *enu. B. W. Combs has returned from a month's visit at Hartford, Ivans. The Fortnightly Club meets with Dr. Ross next Monday even­ ing at 8 o'clock. John Davis of Surrey bought Ht residence here and will make Minot his home. Lucky Ben Carmin of Surrey, is managing the laundry wagon for Wm, Hart man. Rev. W. H, Harris and Rev. Edgar Jones exchange pulpits next Sunday morning. A. leading photographic jour­ nal places L. C. VanExie's Studio among the six best in the state. Edgar Weatherbee is circulat­ ing a petition to have Twp. 150 80 organized. He has ."H sign­ ers. BLAKEYS DRUG STORE, This store is prepared as never before to meet jry desire for your every Xmas Giving There is no better plac...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 16 December 1903

.- \ar,'J fcf WWm^ "J* S^.^s.''^.' ." 1 V. I"' Jj II. 0 M® Cf' I* 1''~ ,:"v tf X' i.'1' J'-' I WANT COLUMN J. W. Rode sella steamship tickets. Land scrip for sale. C. A. Johnson. The Pride of Minot is the popular flour. It leads. 15 tf. Buy one of those new organs just re­ ceived at McJannet's. 13 tf, Blank notes and chattel inortgag re­ leases for sale at this office. I have now a good supply of Burling­ ton and Kenmare coal, P. H. Baukol. 2tf W. Jones Has just received 100 tons of the best grade of blacksmith coal. 6tf The Pride of Minot is going in every direction. It most be good flour. 13 tf, Just received some of the latest or­ gans. MoJannet,the furniture man. 13tf Get your prescription filled by a grad uate in pharmacy, at the Palace drug .store. A tf If you hare any horses you wish win­ tered, see or address F. A. Fuller* Minot, N. D. 18-tf. Look at your calendars and see if it isn't about time to buy some "Pride of Minot" flour. 19-tf All kinds of land and townsites for sa...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 December 1903

•'."'•::v .,,- "-"W'v.-Ji .o •v •«. MB a. NUMBER 36. Did Woman a Good Turn ^hReed, the popular dray lid a woman and her two lildren a good turn last The woman (arrived in ipecting to buy a ticket mia. Her husband had ticket but did not he was going on ex­ es, so did, not provide 1 enough money. The the' Sbo waiting days and two nights H?ed. advanced her ft for the coast, seived the money mm -'•.. ••. -.• Mi-H .OLESALE LUMBER YARD FOR MINOT. Kabsjtell Firm Said to Have Made Arrange­ ments to Place a Big Yard in This City on Site of Old Round House. Jim Hill ^Interested in The Venture. fjpre&sntativeof a big Kalis* ,amber Win was in the city a o\v days ago mating arrange­ ments to pla^e a first class whole gale lumber yfcird in Minot. It is understood that he made ar ^hgeaients with the Great Nor n*n fro place the yard on the of the old rotind house. This taice in the strip from the round house t-o the west comprising about three or more. It is understood »ide tracK is to be laid ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 December 1903

& WM Grocery Department (Sranulated Sugar QILROY & HETHERTON Ss^SW5?-: Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry 1 Ott»s for $1.00 Flour. Best in World !»8lt Sack $2.20 Kxtra Choice Toma toes Per Can 10c Cans Extra Sugar Corn 25c Can be found here for Father, Mother—Sweetheart and the little ones—Toilet Cases Seal of North Dakota Flour Best in the world-None Betcer Elsewhere Only $2.20 191bs Granulated Sugar, $1.00 Xmas Presents Albums. Glove Cases Hdkf Canes. Dolls, Toys, and oth eE things to numerous to mention. JTIV LEE & LARSEN. LEE & Wholesale and Retail dealers in FRESH AND SALT MEATS Fish, Game and Ovsters in season EUGENE TEUTSCH ARCHITECT Contractor and Builder Estimates on all classes of buildings furnished FREE OF CHARGE MINOT, N. DAK Emil Kurz, The Confectioner Hot drinks of all Kinds Best Line of Fruit New Clean Stock of Candies. All kinds of Cigars and Tobaccos. We give away cards to pur­ chaser. When you have spent five, dollars in our store.each gent ...

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. — 23 December 1903

I oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O Around the State 000000000^)000000000000009 five inches of snow fell at Havre lont., Saturday. rhe Wilton creamery will be led in the spring. state Indian school will be 1 at Bismarck. men of "West-hope will Minot next. 11 is to be register at land office. iutte in the Bad nave a newspaper. rks claims to have a 0,000 inhabitants. oy officials at liottin v'ii with the mumps. :4 says 600,000 bush are in sight at Mo- it Roosevelt has pro hursday Nov. 20 as I i"g. .ey county courthouse for dances and enter this winter. hern lights have been 1'oc witli the telegraph It the state. I is been an ideal one I nit trees. Dig large in rich dirt. I is county they are or a county auditor can be found at day in a month. eau news says that ging epedemic has town in Bottineau an saloons closed apect of the district convened there that ,'olph while di|_ ?r his store at Me nd a fine vein of Remember our Clothing Department. We carry Up-to Date Goods. Good honest made Suit...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 December 1903

-v .i'js'Ffcr. i-.b 5v«: Millinery Greatly Underpriced $ f. Hosiery An Ideal Opportunity to Save PECIAL FUR SALE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, LAND DEP'T STORE Inving Negotiated at. a great sacrifice Ov^r $5,000 wortli of the Finest Furs ever turned out by a manufacturer. We will ocfer the entire Collection to tlie people of Minot. Men's Ladies' and Children's Furs At Greatly Reduced Trices, 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 Military^ Effect* rer—Otter—Persian—Astrakhan and Krimmer Garments, in all the new mode**— Muffs and Scarfs in endless variety. Misses Fur Sets In hurilre?« ofjieiv Jjiyles frbin 98c. up. The Factory will send an Expert j^uner to assist ai this Sale mk1 Instruct in. ihp Different Grades and values, ...

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. — 23 December 1903

.••*. MINOR TOPICS Jourgen Olson went to Minne polis on business. Miss Lucile Weiland has* gone I) Rugby to visit friends during ler vacation. Geo. Morrow has moved into is new residence.' It is a rnodv •ji structure, Several" of the Maccabees went Granville Tuesday to assist organizing a lodge. VIrs. Cetha Weagnt and Mrs. Alice Williams have gone to Louis for the winter. liss Marguerite Daley went to ind Forks Monday to attend state teachers' meeting. [iss Matilda Dahle, violinist, nlay at the Presbyterian \rch next Sunday evening. ^ister of Deeds Sanborn is lrning for a few weeks at the springs at West Baden, Carr is entertaining his er who is enjoying her vacation from the N. I), ty. arson of Foxholm was le eye by a horse this nearly lost the sight tber. the agency of Wei- Jer & Torgeson, a id lot in the Hecker is sold to J. Davis of annet was at Ken rday preparing for remains of Mr. Wil 83 years, who died of W ard ounty Independent sale at Emerson's News ot. each week. Call ...

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. — 23 December 1903

SiSfii-rw'w IK fa i: &&* I rm Bode sells steamship tickets Litd scrip for sale. C. A. Johnson. j. The Pride of Minot is the our. ItleW3. one of those new organs just re Buy on oeivea at MaJannat's. 13 tf. Blank notes and chattel mortgag re­ leasee (or sale at this office. I have now a good su ton and Kenmare coal, of Burling Baukol. 2tf K, W. Jones bas just received 100 tons ot the best grade of blacksmith coal. 6tf The Pride of Minot is going in every direction. It mast be good flour. 13 tf. Just received some of the latest or­ gans. MoJannet, the furniture man. 13tf Get your prescription filled by a grad rate ia pharmacy, at the Palace drug -afore. 6 tf If you have any horses you wish win­ tered, see or address F. A. Fuller, Minot, 5J.D. 18-tf. Look at wur calendars and see if it idm't abouytime to buy some "Pride of Fur. 10-tf "V moot of land and townsites for sale. Address N. W. Comfort of White Barth, or J. W. Maloney, Minot 6-tf She went all over town for Oxford's and ...

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. — 30 December 1903

Wm. M. Graves, shot and in­ stantly killed his wife in a fit of {/jealousy at her home in Portal T. P. Kulaas lumber yards, the largest in the Northwest, have been bargained for by the ?^Bovey, Shoat lumber company, of Minneapolis, a corporation with much money behind it. TWAS A COLD BLOODED MURDER Wnu M* Graves, a Portal Homesteader Shoots His Wife in the Head With a 32 Cal­ ibre Revolver Early Monday Morning Monday morning shortly before four o'clock. A moment later he would have given anything he possessed in the world to have brought back the life of the wo­ man he loved. While the murder was a most cold blooded one, Graves appears to be a man of some refinement and his face pre­ sents a mild look. Graves and his wife and three children, aped 9, 5, and four years respectively, came to Por­ tal from Indiana last spring and settled on a homestead. Every­ thing went well with the little family until Graves and his wife succeeded in getting employment at the home of Billie Waugh, a ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 30 December 1903

rf 1 1 Capacity 200 DfllTClS Per Day "V.-i IT-'.' THE LEADING GILROY & HETHERTON Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry The Pride of Minot is Ever Popular. Every 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 Ceerals & Always on Hand Pride of Minot, 1st Grade. "C. B." Third Grade. Breakfast Food. Corn Meal. Graham. The North Side Meat Market We are particular in buying, and you get only first class young Meats. Located Near West Bridge. Tangedahl Bros., Props. Mi not, North Dakota Furniture Man Over John Wilson's Store. The Largest Stock of Furniture Ever Brought to Minot. LOUNGES, IRON BEDS. CENTER TABLES. SOFAS. COMMODES. MATTRESSES. DRESSERS. WARDROBES. Ucon Undertaor Wholesale and Retail deaUrs in FRESH AND SALT MEATS Fish, Game mid Ovst^rs in season EUGENE TEUTSCH ARCHITECT Contractor and Builder Estimates on all classes of buildings furnished FREE OF CHARGE MIi...

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. — 30 December 1903

After the ho will find busine dull, but for th cannot afford tising. Conist counts. The advertisments dependent arn ones, not beca this paper, bu their busines plan on sp' cent of t" tising. us the per cen trising.' of has bus 0o make b,. A point in t' business is stop adver the timeto ing. he Indept that Senator 'entioned Republica urer. handled one ness enterprise very successful reason why he .au ideal state Win. Murra at Towner look last week, who handsomer mn locate her ant sought for her woman could A man named check from $5 to nam, the grain rr last fall. Deput has gone to Minir to return with th Major Murphy more than 200 lett friends over the stat their pleasure that not guilty in the The newspapers of th giving him somenice Is The O That comesfrom sweet perfgme con your breath? if so got Catarrh, and take W. Barker's ad Coss The medicine tb elements out of eine, nothing likL lanu fature Duluth Minnt EDWARDS, COMP :,Main Office, Ma' St. Paun' DEAL' Stocks, Orair. ,eaght or ...

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. — 30 December 1903

wirM* lections. "v, at once JH, corre- .. ant your iem ember No. 141. KOTA» me we an CANDIES irrot, N. Dak. te Insurance ualled method of suvr money reg­ it,000 up aud in to accurate sta nt the uko of 30 od of 20 Years Inanciul foresitfht tod. When the nber of different licy with divi Paid Up, or for layincnta protect- ranee, Cash •at Period orf Estate, T"' in This is of .k is the old onnell, Special ixtend you the 'e Endowment lay and occu- 4«ent- st! lost to get the dio. Jpn LaKe both haye lo all their own eiy? hired help: ^*1 Minot N. D. N & CO..* rdware Ranges yjk N. DAK

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. — 30 December 1903

Corpus* TO GET SCOF1ELD OUT OF PRISON. 4* :. i-.-V-.' .J. "V"/" An Effort is Being Made to Get Ward County's Sheriff Out of the Cass County Jail on a Writ of Habeas An effort is being- made to get Sheriff A. P. Scofield of this coun­ ty out of the Cass county jail at Fargo. It is said that the criti­ cisms which Judge Amid on has been subjected to by the state papers, lias angered his royal highness to such a degree that lie has ordered the sheriff into close confinement and it now looks as if he would not set him free before his ninety days are up. Mr. Scofield has secured for his attorneys, Judge Corliss and John Burke who will make appli­ cation to Judge Sanborn of the United States Circuit court of appeals, for a writ of habeas corpus for the release of the sher­ iff. Should be Reappointed. The county commissioners will meet in regular session next Mon­ day. The first act to be done is to appoint two commissioners to fill the vacancies in the cases of John Wallin and Wm. Black. ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 30 December 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT t'r PUIUIHIO EVERY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. P. TRUAX, O. D. COLCORD, Wl'MEl) JUNE PtllUIIKU. Sditob. 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATT IK, POST-OVKICK, *1 NOT, N. D., ACT OP OOmRW OF MARCH 3, 1879. NARROW ESCAPE FOR G. N. TRAIN 2SA PoolBrM|e ton East ii Swrey Saetfsy Msrahg Belaying all el Tfcc Traia* Several PHWt|tf Traiai go Over the So*. A bridge on the (treat Northern 250 feet long was burned early Sunday morning east of Surrey a few miles. No. 1 was flagged just in time to avert a terrible wreck. The bridge spanned a a gully twenty-five feet deep and a wreck would have meant the loss of several lives. Workmen were busy all day Sunday and Sunday night rebuilding the bridge. No. 1 transferred her passengers and baggage and No. 8 Sunday night did likewise. No. 2 and 4 went on the Soo to Minneapolis. The loss means considerable to Jim Hill. Be­ sides the real worth of the bridge the delay and the cost of sending the trains on the Soo must be consider...

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. — 6 January 1904

Rf 1 MV 1- 1 .• Will we have free delivery in the city of Minot, or will we con­ tinue to receive letters addressed to-John Doe, Postoffice box No. 2211. How much nicer it would sound to have the address, Miss Marie Smith, 3561 Main Street, Minot, N. D. This proposition is up to the city council. Post­ master Jacobson informs us that as far back as July the receipts at the Minot postoffice were $35 more than enough to give us free city deliveiy in all of the resi­ dences and business* houses. All thatisnecessaryto do is to have the houses numbered with nickel numbers so the numbers may be ... seen at night, as well as during *tbe day. The streets on the ^outhside of the river are already •tamed. The streets on the north sideNofthe river will hare to be v.-. Qalaniw pbols CeeSectieeer, j'. W. H. Galusha tells a good one hoir he fooled a confectioner in t^r city who was raffling off boxes of candy and silverware. Bill bought sixteen numbers and j.^ got only candy and wondefed why 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. — 6 January 1904

Capacity 200 Barrels Per Day THE LEADING GILROY & HETHERTON Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry I I Wholeitafe and Retail debtors in FRESH AND SALT MEATS Fish, Game and Ovsters in season EUGENE TEUTSCH ARCHITECT Coatractor aid BaiUer ItfiMtas on all dimw of buildings furnished FREE OF CHARGE MINOT, N. OAK Emil Kurz, The Confectioner Hot drinks of all Kinds Best Line of Fruit New Clean Stock of Candies. All kinds of Cigars and Tobaccos. We give away cards to pur­ chaser. When you have spent five dollars in our store.each gent gets an elegant pipe and each lady 6 Roger silver spoons. We sell as cheap as elsewhere. EJmil Kurz, Minot, N. D. iMINOT MILLING COMPANY, MERCHANT AND CUSTOM MILLERS, INCORPORATED. fialr The Pride of Minot is Ever Popular. Every 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 Ceerats* Always on Hand ['ride of Minot, 1st Grade. "C. B." Third Grade. ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 January 1904

.v L. W. Torgeson LAWYER LB BUEUR BUILDING. General Law and Lund Office Practice. KILINOS AMI FINAIi PKOOFM. Minot, N. Oak. PkMM 111. 80 VIARr TMK MMM NMlV* ffieflitriCMl. Tinu,|ll E. L. SUTTOM, ATTORNEY AT UW, General Law- Practice. I^anc^. Office Business. Office over P. P. Lee's MINOT. Is The Odor That comes from atan yard sweet perfume compared to your breath? if so you have got Catarrh, and .you sjiould take LW. lifter's Coigfc, CaUrrk u4 CoasnftiM Keaety The medicine tliaL wil knock the very elements out of it.l It's the only medi­ cine, nothing like it, at. McCoy's Manufactured at Sparta, Wis. OulutH Minneapolis EDWARDS, WOOD & COMPANY, Main Office, Manhattan Block St. Paul, Minn. DEALERS IN Stocks, Grain, Provisions, Bought or sold for Cash or Reasonable Margins Members Important Exchanges Private Wires Write for our daily market letter and private telegraph cipher—mailed free. SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO US Best Facilitiss Liberal Advance* Prompt Returns. Opera House Blk, Minot,...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 January 1904

V5JUr»U0 ,V *»T" 11. *1. Haschamp, president of the Minot National banK, has been in the city for some days, Mr. Haschamp is desirous of selling his fine banKs in the state of North Dakota, and the one in Minnesota. He recently bought 100,000 acres of timber land in Canada and will devote his whole time to the lumber business. 8&w mill* will be built and the huge logs will be converted into lumber. Mr. Haschamp has Interesting History Edgar Weatherby^whois look­ ing up historical* facts regarding the Missouri and Mississippi ri­ vers, preparatory to the trip to the great fair at St. Louis on those two rivers in a house boat Sods that the Lewis and Clark expedition which explored the great unknown Northwest in 1803 aud 1804 spent the winter of those two years, on the Missouri river about half way between the present cities of coal Harbor and Washburn. The hand of explorers started from St. Louis in the summer of 1803 and got as far as that point when it became to cold to travel a...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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