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

f. and Sight From the Ravages of Catarrh. Pe-ru-na Cured Him. A PRESIDENT FULLER ffi Bm Threatened With Loss of Hearing, Smell GREAT many remedies to tempor­ arily relieve catarrh have been devised from time to time, such as sprays, snuffs, creams and other local applications, but, as a rule,' the medical profession has little or no enthusiasm in the treatment of catairh. It is generally pronounced by them to be incurable. It therefore created a great sensation in medical circles when Dr. Hartman an­ nounced that he had devised a compound •vhlch would cure catarrh permanently. The remedy was named Peruna and in a short time became known to thousands of catarrh sufferers north, south, east and west. Letters testifying to the fact that Peruna is a radical cure for catarrh began to pour ia from all directions. Thousands of such letters are on file in tfie office of The Peruna Medicine Co. Rev. E. Stubenvoll, Pella, Wis., writes "I feel obliged to extend you my personal lhanks for my co...

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 March 1903

•III Flotsam and riK Jetsam rti.' JV.VS^. •.!• '».' 1 M. 0. Hall, in hisMohall News says, .. ''II rah for Renville 'ouuty. W herethede ilisit? The Eight session of thy North Dakota Legislature has just closed and the boys are hieing' to their happy homes for rest anil'refreshments. The Bar Association ha&unan oinouslv endorsed Attorney Brennen of Ward County, as a candidate for .Judge of the new district. Ten mills make one trust, ten trusts make one combine, ten oomdine* make one meager, ten mergers make one magnate, ten magnates make all the money and leave the rest of us poorer than the devil. Funny, isn't it? -K- The North Dakota Review ypeaks very strongly in favor of having a North Dakota corn palace at Grand Forks next year. Now Ward County is more of a flax country and if a flax seed plaster would be con­ sidered a drawing card Ward County might be abel to help some. The Coopers town Courier puts up a hollar about a dog killer in their town playing hav­ oc with their can...

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 March 1903

PT fc-S IJ.1& It !^r: vj 4 s" VOLUME I. NUMBER 47. MINOT, TO WARD CO. INpp^NDENT. PLTBLIi.HKD *VKBT WKDMB^DAV. g,y. P. Tn*mar. Pulllrtjr. JSMTEKBO JOtfE 1§, 1902, AH BKCONO-OLABB HATTXK, POBT-OFFIOE, MIKOT, If. D,, ACT or COWGBKS8 or MAKH 3, 1876. Minor Topics. ,, ,• Palermo is to haye anew ^epot Louis Hezig was down from iPalemo Sunday Rev. Foster visited at Des Locs ... Monday of this week. !s# Barber Johnson visited Willis t(V^ne day last week. Mrs. Arthur Le Sueur left slight for a visit in MmoesQta: Court hap been adjurned until after the blizzard season is over. Attorney Bradford made a bus­ iness trip to Renville this week. Miss Ida Wilson is acting as Stenographer for McGee and Qup poetical editor got busy week and wrote poetry for— Jtey. C. F. Wheeler returned from his Willjstontj-ip the first of the week. Editor Small and wife of Devils Lake, visite4J&n<$4 Jew. days Jastweek. Attorney Podliola, of Sawyer made this office a pleasant call .•Wednesday. Mt* and MrsV...

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 March 1903

'SL ./ OENERAL LAND OFFICE PRACTICE jfEf-1 Ik t4 $KA! »j %OEE & COYLE, Attorneys At Law. Practice in State and Federal Courts. :i GEORGE McGEE, U. S. Commissioner. IVIinot. Great Northern Bank Of Minot. -1 Capital, $15,000.00 "PRESIDEKT: JOSEPH ROACH VICE-PRESIDENT: P. P. LEE. CASHIER: R. E. BARRON. A GENERAL BANKING BUS* INESS TRANSACTED. ?CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. John Lynch, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT-COURT Final Proofs And Filings All business before the Land Office giveu prompt attention. Insurance Written... Office, Main St, Opp. Postoffice. .Minot, IVo. Dale. LeSueur & Bradford, Attorneys-at-Law. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS Minot, North Dakota* Physician and Surgeon Office, Over Lee, Larson & Co. Store. Minot, N. D. G. A. LIDSTROM ,, ^-MERCH ANTi TAILOR Strictly Up-to-Date Styles Prices Reasonable. Get your clothes made to order and have them right* Clothes scoured and pressed. Gilroy & Hetherton Dealers In Fresh and Salt -MEA...

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 March 1903

«C* K'- •V. S jumn^ §flste$ lis jV* r-v^v l,f 0\ The W ©ary, or no t, all re in como to every body who taxes :('. the kidneys. %«si ALL T|REO OUT. l",* When the lcld- neya are over­ worked they fail to perform the duties nature has provided for them to" do. 1 When the kld neys fail, danger­ ous disease quick­ ly follows urin­ ary disorders, diabetes, dropsy, rheu' matism, Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney and bladder ills. Read the following case: Veteran Joshua Heller of 706 South Walnut street, Urbana, 111., says: "In the fall of 1899 after getting Doan's Kidney Pills at Cunningham Bros.' drug store in Champaign and taking a course of treatment I told the readers of the paper that -they had relieved me of kidney trouble, disposed of a lame back with pain across my loiiw •'. and beneath the shoulder blades. Dur ing the interval which had elapsed I have had occasion to report to Doan's Kidney Pills when I noticed warnings s** of attack. On each and every occa­ si...

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 March 1903

W.iliiMiiH^—M wsrt JAS. JOHNSON, 'ihfi Reporter -11111 Optic for flics. ppjim. Attorney at Law. Proofs Made arid Con= tests Defended. I Flotsam arid! Jetsam The Optic gavo the Reporter a pair of black eyes. The Reporter to the Optic says do ii no more. The Optic .says what are your eye yetting sore, !ut the Reporter look wise and the Optic well, it tries The spring- elections will show the political vun will blow in 1904, While lrost of onr country have been excel­ lent military men. the most be loved one is a civilian—inar tered Lincoln. A man from the east came to Minot, he filed on a homestead for Whyuol? Then he wrote to friend "if your fortune you'(. mend, just buy a through ticket for Minot." 1 Just as quick as our new rapid firing- and g-attling- printing press arrives we will mak« a special effort to shoo: I'KXDENTS INDK- into the homes' every farail}- in the county at the nominal sum of per vear. •sf The Mouse River Tidende i the latest thing- in publications lor Ward Count...

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 March 1903

& .-j 'i j#: 13 9 kf 'V.+( mm THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. ppbubhvd nrsitT wsDiraaoAT. C. P. Trwu, PuklWitr. pMTEBpD JUNK 18, 1902, A3 8BOOHD-CJLA8S MATTBB, POBT-OPFIOE, MINOT, M, D,, ACT or COIiGKKSB OF MARCH 3, 1879. Minor Topics. Palermo is to have a ijew depot. Louis Hezig was down from Palemo Sunday. 1 Rev. Foster visited at Des Locs Monday of this week. Barber Johnson visited Willis ton one day lastwe«k. Mrs. Arthur Le Sueur left last night for a visit in Minnesota. Court has been adjurned until •after the blizzard season is over. Attorney Bradford made a bus­ iness trip to Renville this week. Miss Ida Wilson is acting as stenographer for MeGee and 'fjpyle. Our poeticaj editor got busy 'week an4 wrote poetry for— jftey. C. J\: Wheeler returned y. jfrpjft his} Williston trip the first of the week. Editor-Small and wife qf Devils ,ake, visited Minot a few days |ast week. Attorney Podhola, of Sawyer made this office a pleasant call W ednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoff went out to...

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 March 1903

VV. McGEE & COYLE, Attorneys At Law. Practice in State and Federal Courts. GEORGE A, McGEE, U. S. Commissioner. OENERAL LAND OFFICE PRACTICE Minot* Great Northern Bank Of Minot. Capital, $15,000.00 PRESIDENT: JOSEPH ROACH VICE-PRESIDENT: P. P. LEE. CASHIER: R. E. BARRON. A GENERAL BANKING BUS* INESS TRANSACTED. CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Johri Lynch, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT Final Proofs And Filings All business before the Land Office given prompt attention. Insurance Written.., Office, Main St, Opp. Postoffice. Minot, No. Dak. LeSueur & Bradford, Attomeys-at-Law. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS Minot, North Dakota. DR. G. P. HYNDMAN, ician and Physi Surgeon Office, Over Lee, Larson & Co. Store. G. A. LIDSTROM Minot, N. D. MERCHANT TAILOR Strictly Up-to-Date Styles Prices Reasonable. Get your clothes made to order and bave them right. Clothes scoured and pressed. Gilroy & Hetherton Dealers in Fresh and Salt MEATS, Fish. Game. Poul...

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 March 1903

A A i.A *vL I: •5*5 'i. ALL TIRED OUT. The eary, a re in qome to every [ifpody who taxes le kidneys. Jhen the kid­ neys are over -worked they fail to perform the duties nature has provided for them to do. A' When the kid­ neys fail, danger­ ous disease quick­ ly follows urin­ ary disorders, diabetes, dropsy, rheu matism, Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney and bladder ills. Read the following case: Veteran Joshua Heller of 70G South Walnut street, Urbana, 111., says: "In the fall of 1899 after getting Doan's Kidney Pills at Cunningham Bros.' drug store in Champaign and taking a course of treatment I told the readers of the paper that they had relieved me of kidney trouble, disposed of a lame back with pain across my loins and beneath the shoulder blades.. Dur­ ing the interval which had elapsed I have had occasion to report to Doan's Kidney Pills when I noticed warnings of attack. On each and every occa­ sion the results obtained were just as satisfactory as when 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. — 18 March 1903

JAS. JOHNSON, Attorney at Law, Proofs Made and Con= tests Defended. Flotsam and Jetsam Ihe Reporter and Optic were tiKhii for flies. 'The Optic pave the Reporter a pair of black eyes. The Reporter to the Optic .savs do i: no more, The Optic says what! are your eye getting sore, but the Reporter look wise and the Optic -well, it trie.- The spring1 elections will sho\ which way the political win* will blow in 1904, A President.' been exce! While IPo.nt of the of our country have lent military men. the most be loved one was a civilian— mar fcerpd Lincoln. man from the east came tt Minot, he filed an a homesteai for Why not? Then he wrote to friend "if your fortune you'* mend, just buy a through tickel for Minot." Just fia quick as our new rapi firing and gattling printing press arrives we will maki a special effort to shoot PEXDKNTS I.YDK into the homes even family in the county at the nominal sum of .f 1.00 per year. The Mouse River Tidende the latest thing in- publication.^ for Ward ...

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 March 1903

T.1E WARD-CO. INDEPENDENT.! PUBLISHED liVh'ljy WJiUHJiiDAY. I C. I'.. Trltax, Publisher, 03] KCfll Estate. HNTHltfjt1 I'iN'K 18, 1!K)2, Ati SKCONUtOLAKS Arf^it. robT-oi'j'ici:, .MINOT, u., ACJ Of po'fflil'KriS OF MAINJU 1871). Mipor Topics.. Deputy flegister of Deeds Coch­ rane made i. visit to Fargo this week. The deadly osculation germ extracted without pain. Ask Jack ('oyle. Win. (Jibb, the livery magnate of White Earth, 1)ad business in .\iiuot Tuesday. Tli-1 Ladies' Aid of the I're* bytoriau church gave very cn -•ioyabledime social at tiio church last evening. Mr. aiai Mrs. Ernest Davidson, of Ken marc. visited with Mr. arid Mrs. U. \V. -Davidson oi' Litis city several days this »vul'k, returning yj day. George McKenzie, formerly G. S^stoi*oki-y pt'i« at'this place, came ap froai Devils Lake Monday to spend-the summer oxt his farm w.'-th of Miuut. There will ho a Halleluiah wed­ ding and ice cream social at Sal­ vation hail on Thursday evening, April 2nd. Admission 25 cents. Do...

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 March 1903

WARD CO INDEPENDENT C. F. Trarax, Publisher. MINOT, Ward Co., N. D. Kind words are all rlgnt, but they never stopped a Swedish famine. Hobson threatens to write a novel. Guess who'll be the hero of it. It should be the ambition of ©very woman to live up to her best photo­ graph. You will not sleep any the worse for giving a few dollars to help the famine sufferers. If there are any other Mrs. Smoots let them now com* forward or for­ ever after hold th6ir peace. Social distinctions at Yale are to be abolished. Thus the march of democracy goes inevitably on. If Honduras don't look out she may have to call in old Dr. Monroe to prescribe for that tired feeling. King Edward again has been allowed to amuse himself with the de­ lusion that he has opened parliament. Germany has another court scan dal. This one, though, concerns merely a countess and her hair­ dresser. Having discovered the American peanut, France is more than ever glad that Columbus luckily discovered America. Mr. C. Dana G...

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 March 1903

^/l TO? Re€)i'Oat 1 Those legislators who have recently 'WMoposed laws about kissing and cell •dblpy and taxing real or bogus lords might try their luck at a few sump­ tuary laws. They would be quite as well-timed as the others and more useful, and perhaps just as little .heeded, especially if they should aim to "restrain the expense of citizens in apparel," for it is sadly recorded that never were such laws made but to be Shall the Curse Be Restored? ignored, even when defiance might mean a trifling matter of hanging or burning alive. In the good old once-upon-a-time, when Edward .III. was king of Eng­ land, furs of ermine and lettice were strictly forbidden to any but the royal family or nobles having l.OOu a year or more—the millionaires of the time. Cloth of gold and silver and habits embroidered with jewels, lined with pure minever and other expen­ sive furs, were permitted only to knights and ladies whose income ex­ ceeded 400 marks yearly. The families of knights whose in­ co...

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 March 1903

& I.*' &»v t: a tr r— I:' !v gbe State Pay by Day, RESULTS OF EXPERIENCE. Condensed by Great Northern Immi­ gration Bureau for Farmers and New Settlers. The Great Northern immigration de­ partment has coined the results of the t-xperience of the settlers and farmers of North Dakota for twenty years into a communication to new settlers and the advice given applies as well to those who have lived there a long time as to those who are new to the Stat a Here are some of the pointers: "A dry. hot wind may prevail, and at just the critical time damage the crop yon have insured against hail. Some other disaster may attend your farming operations against which you had or could get no insurance. Far better is the plan to have a variety of crops growing on your farm. If a dry spell catches your wheat, then you have flax or other grains coming on earlier or later, which have escaped' and you have something to depend for their growth on the never failing grasses of these fertile prairie...

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 March 1903

i/ I OUSOU I*'1 I 1 uS -$i ih iV 1 m. mm IS HANGED EXECUTED AT AITKIN, MINN., FOR THE MURDER OF HIS DAUGHTER. N A A A O I O S I CONDEMNED MAN BEARS UP BRAVELY UNTIL SHORTLY BEFORE EXECUTION. )\. CRIt S OUT AS If IN GREAT PAIN STORY OF THE CRIME AND THE EFFORTS TO SAVE THE MURDERER'S LIFE. Aitkin, Minn., March 21.—die G. Ole son, who was convicted of the murder of his eigbtoen-yoar-old daughter, was hanged this morning in the presence of several officials from surrounding counties, a clergyman, a surgeon and the deputies of Sheriff Christ G. Hangen of Aitkin county, who person­ ally pulled the lever that sprung the trap. The gallows had been erected in a rough temporary addition to the jail, built of pine boards, where it showed plainly in the dim light. Oleson bad, until the last twenty four hours, borne up bravely under the strain, but then he began to lose some «f his courage. He retired early last night and slept fairly well for several hours. Then he began to moan and call aloud...

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 March 1903

If there was one thing more incon­ gruous about Dolores Drummond than her name it was the generally accepted feeling among her friends that her life was blighted by a secret •sorrow. Her name was certainly a mis­ nomer. It was always a mystery to the uninitiated that Mrs. Drummond, wholesome, handsome, sensible and cheerful, should have chosen Dolores as a fit name to be given to her pretty little blonde daugher. But christened with it she was, a tiny, red-faced mor­ sel, with no pronounced characteris­ tics. But in a few months she had developed into the daughter she might have been expected to be. If that mother ever regretted the dolorous name selected for her child, she would have been the last one to say so. And if, again, with her daughter grown to womanhood, she had a slightly superstitious feeling that the name had something to do with the troubles which came to her still she said not a word. Strangers looked a second time at Dolores for pure pleasure. It was not that she wa...

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 March 1903

Jb ?'M 'j it?\ v« 'ij,.. w: A. If' vit ea braUful Pari*. A number of Parlalonera 'Who were (a the siege have decided to erect a monument to the memory of the pigeons that carried the dispatches which kept up communication with the outBide world. It will consist.of a pedestal, surmounted by a bronze vase, on which will be cast a group of the birds which proved of such utility to the French. The committee contains the names of many well known liter­ ary and scientific people. The grati­ tude comes somewhat late, for after the war the pigeons in question were vaold by auction and commemorated in pigeon pies.—New York Commercial Advertiser. Bright Boy. When Mr. Chamberlain was about to begin the speech which he made from the balcony of the Marine hotel at Durban, he was startled by the sud­ den apparition of a reporter who slid down a pillar from the roof and ar­ rived breathless and dusty, "but note­ book in hand. Mr. Chamberlain was astonished. "Whom do yo urepresent?" he inquired. "T...

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 March 1903

j.i H9* JAS: JOHNSON, Attorney at L,«w Proofs Made a^!d Con­ tests Defended. I' Flotsam unci Editor Winship still bylieves in the primary election law ili)n4- uith the referngdum fallacy and democrats. The democratic partv owes Mr. Winship a great deal and would uo doubt pay him, the devil of it is thev have noth­ ing- priy with, Th above is a j»'ood sample of the spirit of the Minot Optic referring to anv* ciYort, wise or unwise out forward by men who honestly believe it to be for the public "ooiJ, in the interests ol inoralitv and clean politics. To mo.it men such an effort even if unwise, still deserves something more than ridicv.leand contempt. Many able and consiencious men isigii in the councils of the R. publkan party, believe thatth"se 'fallacies" would go far towards mitigating the evils of national, state and municipal' corr.uption, and make government of the peo­ ple, for the people und by the people more than a myth. But then the words of the great emancipator and refere...

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. — 1 April 1903

$? r't '&w ml'. SAM*- tj, (pA?, ^n )j( vy-vaagsg i^y^ss^ »jr .U.V12 L'NUAli TfJF WARD GO. INDEPENDENT,! ft EVJSKV WBPNKSDAY. Vruuv. Publisher. l,?. r: i:w M3»* 18,100*2, AB SKGOMH CLASS .HAT I I K, rbsr-omtni, MIWOT., n. a,- .OK (JO^P'ii'KSH OK MAUOM 3, 1.879. a t, .-: Court lias adjourned April 1."). Jack Shields is reported very ill Matt Gilmore, the White Ear ill horse rancher, was registered at the Lvkind yesterday. .j Joo Iiowan will start a secOixJl liaml store in the buildmg nex, Ch ven & Hanson's. The wrestler, "Oif" Marsh, hiire and says he will, arrange li rr.^tch with O'Neil-^oon Moses Wise and Miss Ann Blocker, two Surrey people, vverf married bv J. W. Clear, 32nd'. Mar($ W\ B. Sehuli, a, •member of the Ward County liar association. •, awl a prominent attorney at jJowbells. died Friday of typhoid Jever. He Was buried Sunday, it is expected that Col. Hans 1, com will leave the land office this week and that Thomas Fox. the appointed receiver, will iiewly take char...

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. — 1 April 1903

h. •s. I life i# M: WARD CO INDEPENDENT C- "TVaftx, Publisher. MINOT, Ward Co., N. D. And a -get rich quick investor *lso. is bom every minute. 1 English earls and American pokei never have become thoroughly ac quainted. In the matter of swelling the death rate ,.t. D, .tll„£ easily bead* his profession. There are plenty of men who will never grow round-shouldered from cap vying their brains. Some people are already beginning to fidget for fear panama hats may be stylish again next summer. Cornell professors will get pension! of $1,500 per year if they escape ty­ phoid until they are seventy. Kipling's new poem would seem to indicate that he wants to hedge on the flanneled fools and muddied oaf& The lioness Aesop tells about, you l: remember, entertained a somewhat different opinion concerning large fam­ ilies. Count Boni de Castellane says he i& delighted with America. Evidently the Gould checks have, been libera/ of late. The news that the author of "AI, Coons Look Alike t...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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