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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 16 March 1904

eV# j* a* •Jm ""KS .* .* ,, j".. MINOT, Sft DON'T NEGLECT YOUR FEET Attorney-at-Law. Clothing may be warm and healthy and at the same time Shabby and Patched* Sound Shoes are an absolute necessity for health as well as looks. Practices before the United States Landoffice and makes final proofs before the Re and Receiver* MINOT D. A. DINNE & CO. ILL-FITTING SHOES Cause N. DAVIS Contractors and Builders* SS Offlce awl shop First St. and First Ave.. East. BRiOC. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER AND PLATE OLASS. MINOT, N-O. mm M. WILSON, *&> j» BUNIONS, Etc For New Shoes that fit well and wear well, call upon. «£. of .' Our caucus was not well attend­ ed but afull ticket was nominated just the same. Those who have been in the East have begun to return as well as the new ones. C.E. Miller and wife are home again after spending- some months at Prescott, Wis. Mr. Kinney from Iowa bought a quarter in Section 9 and moved his family there last week. We notice that Glenburn is still building 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. — 16 March 1904

60000000000000000ooooooooo Around the State I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Let us tune a son* of hopefulness And count the winter gone: Forgive the blast that stole the blossom. The night that squeezed the dawn. We've got a grist of chilblains, A favorite frozen thumb. Our ears still show the frostbites Our toes are strangely numb. But the winter's growiug feeble And spring is com iti« ou, Mclleni'v county may give a bounty for gopher scalps. Wm. Barry's third murder trial will be called at Grafton March 29. VV. A. Ferguson, a V^iva ranch­ er, fed 400 tons of lia this win­ ter. The dog poisoner got in his work at Cando and 12 canines were found dead. The Jamestown mill of the Kus sell Miller company has turned out 80,000 barrels since Sept. 1. A petition is being- circulated at Omemee for the town board to appropriate $400 for the sup­ port of the band. The Granville Record suggests that Towner, instead of talking about the bad points of other towns, should speak of her good ones. The...

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. — 16 March 1904

Jf •*%&§ -V '7*r fc* v^' •Jf r'^.^,••:-•'''••'^•"., iS-A-i' & wM WPHMN MINOR TOPICS The city council will meet Mon­ day night. Forty-six tickets were sold at the 6. N. depot Monday for Towner. Wesley Butcher has won his contest case and there is great rejoicing. Firefauaruceprotect*agamtISM. (have •far ar acres af tie beet caapaales. Let ae write a policy for yea.—J. E. McKeaae. 23-t Feb. 24, a girl made her ap pearence at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Holmes, of Lynch. The Fargo Forum says the In­ dependent is one of the newsiest weeklies in the state. Thanks. Whea yoa need aa abstract, order from E. McKeaae, who has the only complete set of abstract! in Ward coanty. 23-tf Mrs. Pedellford has returned, from Wrenshall, Minn, to Deed­ ing after visiting three months Herman Schmidt,a Donny brook liveryman,dropped dead while loading hay. He nad heart trouble Conductor Russell, of the Soo road, is taking treatment at the hospital for poisoning in the feet. A Missouri girl is wr...

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. — 16 March 1904

v. I THE DESERT LAND LAW RULING Washington, March 5.—The ruling of Secretary Hitchcock just made in regard to final proofs in desert land entries will probably put a damper upon desert land law operations and scare off many applicants under this much discussed act who have assumed to secure 320 acres of government laud without resi­ dence and by making only nom­ inal improvements. The ruling in the result of an inquiry concerning the accept* ance by the land office of final proof of an entry man in Wyom­ ing, the proof consisting of evi­ dence showing that a marked in­ crease in the growth of grass, or grass sufficient to support stock, had been produced on the desert land. It is a well known fact in the West that the mere fencing and resting of the semi-arid grazing lands, with no attempt at irri­ gation, will result in agreatly in­ creased yield of grass, oftentimes a strong growth of a foot or eighteen inches, whereas the ad­ jacent grazed pasture may be but three or four inches ...

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. — 23 March 1904

•'A \A •& K1 N'Ai do- Cita of count ation iUIKXl noti- trator lountjr cased, show dy for ition ue of ereun ho be April tnat in thi^. ty of mduly ement sonin lie his it and s, and theii Court, aid ac said said dminui- AY, 'ourt. laintitr, ondant. named hecom the of Ward copy of 30 days yon, ex of your ill talc* ie relief,. 1' ntiff, k. 27 3-2 t«s Land eeo filed against a. 1908. teW. b7 it is at andoned than six contest ever did nd never thereon land w«» njr, nary, as a pri­ durin* er war in rac 190*. be- 0 united oper affi ts which sl service ereby or' given by, egister. 'if «e ONLY OFFICIAL PAPER OP ThtCltyaf MM. W" '4t tr- «ai JISA W*§: 40 John Holbert, a young man *F ttio should use better judgment, -«eame into Glenburn a week ago Monday night and made believe Jjjie was a bad fellow. He had evi­ dently been reading ten cent literature. John has been having bad luck lately. First, his girl went back on him and this drove him to drink. Had John been a sensible fellow, he would h...

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. — 23 March 1904

4 tS THE WARD CO. MbaVNDENT rUBUSHKD C. r. 9. D. COLCOKD. MfWMt WKVmmOAY.* "'J't TRUAX & COLCORD. TBUAX. l*i KDITOI. urnuo JUNK IS, 1908, AS BKCOXD-CLASS Mtrm, posT-ovncB, Minor, n. n., ACT OOKGRSSg OP MARCH 3, 1879. The Ward County Independent, eight pages, all home print, is the only official paper of the City of Minot and the only County official paper of Ward county in the city of Minot. Particular attention given to city, county and state news. Sent to any address postage paid one •ear (or 91.00 six months for 50 cents three months for 25 cents. The Ward County Independent has a wide advertising medium having a circu­ lation of more than 2,000. Being pub­ lished at the county seat of Ward county we are able to print the news while they are news. To subscribers We will continue to send paper to all subscribers until all arrearages are paid. The Patterson Advocate seems to have gotten into politics rather early—being but a month old. Brotlier Drink water spared but a few 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. — 23 March 1904

twr k*- -*i Wi« '-n '-V #lJ'/ ,^-s I MINOR TOPICS Guy Scott of Lansford was in town Wednesday. The finest cakes in town at Auslander's bakery. Bread only five cents a loaf at Henry Auslander's bakery* Win. Wendt sold his residence on the south hill for#600. W. Lemieux of Mondak was a Minot visitor Wednesday. Miss Lillian Evans is learning' the art of nursing at the hospital. F. M. Harp, of Lansford re ,ported to have had #600 stolen. Conductor Towner, of the G.N is laid up with erysipelas of the foot, j- Fire laaaraace prefects agaiart Ins. I have 'tlx tr acre* ef the lest cMfuiti. Let aw 'write a pellcy far yoa.-J. E. McKaaae. 23-t Steve Law has returned froni.a n'isit to his old home in New ©runewick. Win yaa seed aa abstract, order froai C. McKaaae, wha has the ealy cMplete aet al abstracts ia Ward canty. 23-tf Court sets at Willis ton April 4 when the balance of the firecases will be tried. Maaejr ta laaa aa yoar farai, Schip For Sam —at extremely low prices. See our prices on a...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 March 1904

An Independent representative visited White E rth. Thursday, and found all of the inhabitants of that thrivingburg, prospering despite the long cold winter through which they have just passed. White Earth lies 73 miles west of Minot along the Great Northern, and is the best city in Westei 11 W ard countT. Substantially built, it is nestled in the valley, surrounded by a number of picturesque hills. In the first place, we wish to sp ak of the admirable location for the town. It is in the center of a great grazing and farming country, pulling tr de from every direction for many miles. For years the ranjiers have had full sway in tint vicinity, and today thousands of cattle graze on the hillsides of fine ranches for many miles about the city. Scarcely a rancher but who has from one hundred to two hundred fine cattle, and there are several fine horse ranches. The fanners have turned over much sod in that vicinity, and it is expected that the acreage will be large the coming season. The ...

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. — 23 March 1904

PAT ATA CTiD treatment of Diseases of Field Crops. The Independent would be pleased to have all who possibly can send in raouey on subscript­ ions. The paper is contemplat iug 011 PROPi H. L. BOUUEY, £•••'.' Botanist of Government Agricultural Experiment Station at Fargo, N. D., recommends the follow ing as the best and cheajnest treatment for To Our Subscribers. WHEAT SMUT, OAT SMUT, ... BARLEY SMUT. Make a solution of forty pe jmical t( early improvements which will necessitate us to ^et all the money that is coming to us. Kindly give this the attenaion of all who are in arrears. The list is growing very fast and we are thankful to the public for their patronige. It means but a little to you and much to us. Business College to Move. John C. Lowe expects to move his business college down to the business part of the city soon and will perhaps be located over J. M. Wilson's store about April 1. His school has grown to such an extent that he will have to make arrangements for more roo...

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 March 1904

Capacity 200 Barrels Per Day I GILROY & HETHERTON Hg est Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry EUGENE TEUTSCH ARCHITECT Contractor and Builder Estimates on all clashes of buildings furnished FREE OF CHARGE MINOT, IS. DAK READ THIS! J* J* For One Month Only jt j* We will give awav with Five Dollars' worth of Goods, following premiums: FOR LADIES-'A fine Genuine Monkev Skin or Heal Grain Pocket Book, or a fine set of QUADRUPLE PLATED silver teaspoons. FOR GENTLEMEN"A solid 11 Karat Gold Fountain Pen, a genu­ ine French Briar Pipe, or a set of Shirt Studs and Necktie Pin. You don't have to buv Five Dollars worth of goods at one time. Come to my store ana get a card. Every time you get anything in our line, we will punch the amount out of it until you have spent Five Dollars, then you will have your choice of either premium in our store. We have received a new stock of Roach's, Everharfc's and Ziegler. Egan & O'o.'s Chocolates and Bon Bons, and we will sell as cheap, if not cheaper,...

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. — 23 March 1904

»Bf a---. a* IIMMI# We are now ready with the Sea­ son's approved modes for Spring, Dashy, handsome styles for well dressed men, an assortment of which we are justly proud* Of tHc NEW STYLES IN MEN'S ATTIRE. Faultless in design, and prices low enough to suit everybody, and high enough to warrant our guaranty of quality, or money back* SPRING HATS Don't buy until you have seen our New Line Nobby and Up to-date. We skin them all. SOc to $0.OO. You can buy the J. B. Stetson Hat here $4.50 to $5.00. SUITS. Suits $5 to $25.00 N. DAVIS Attorney-at-Law. Practices before the United States Landoffice and makes final proofs before the Re­ gister and Receiver. MINOT, N. D. D. A. D1NNIE & CO. Contractors and Builders* Office and shop First St, and First Ave.. East. DEAL«B8i* BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER AND PLATE GLASS. MINOT, N. D. .1- NECKWEAR VESTS All Stvles Fancy V7ests «Oc to 7fic $I.SO to $3. J. M. WILSON Minot, IN. D. XOKWICH ITEMS F. .Okerland is enjoying a visit from his mother, b...

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. — 23 March 1904

ii i. t|-~ *. il*'' *A-W- i' S- V^!r" TJ.' & IV? J4«s -jr"* ,.?f~ #r# TIM Whnt OM Party Start? f| President Roosvelt is sai I to be in a quandry about the di­ vergent claims of cifciesfr- the hoaor of having entertain:11 the tlrat convention of the iv ubli can party. As many towns seek this distinction as there did the honor of being Homers birth place. This has puzzled the pres­ ident and he is understood to have declined all invations to at­ tend any of the republican birth­ day celebrations this year. He was expected to go to Jackson, Mich., which town is to have an observance on July 6, 1904, of the semioentenary of the birth of the Republican party.. As he will be nominated at Chicago three weeks earlier than that date, the Michigan people wanted to ar­ range for him to accept his nomi­ nation at Jackson, and thus the gathering at that place would have an additional interest. The President should not al­ low himself to be confused by the conflict of claims for the honor whi...

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. — 6 April 1904

Jt* pyuf OFFICIAL WAPER OP TheCity«f0taot *y f, Sjfc J' 4»*, 1 "•$ 1 jh', iti.$ *. A I' ikF tO? 'i. VOLUME a.. NUMBER si. 'To the Independent: II feel it a duty to write in regard to the gopher bounty as I notice a statement feigned by *t-Stenso, that he wasinot in ^bavor of a bounty on gophers. FARMER WRITES ANENT THE GOPHER QUESTION "Would Have the Government Pass a Law Making the Bounty Two Cents for Each Gopher Killed—Tells of the I vwill say that Mr. Stenso is right tin one sense, but I wotild Hike to i-know. what he would do if he won Id iVve in some iparts of N«rth Dakota in Waird county where so many quarters are va cant. The land owners either I Kve in town or aire already gone back to the plabe where they -came from and their farms here with no one 00a them to catch the gophers. I would like to know if Mr. Steoso or any other farmer would if eel able to cultivate his J60 acres suc .-cessfuly and at the same time «catch all the gophers on the va- Cant land around him. 11 th...

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 April 1904

se IN THE DISTRICT COURT Narimr 6mei to Trial For Hi* Life Jmry Stcmrc4 The WMte Earth MM Pilfers arc Feund Guilty Tl»e mill of the district court lias been grinding Father slowly, bjit there are some important cases on hand, and Judge l'alda belirves in giving an accused plenty of show for a trial. The White Earth blind piggers or as many of them uk have leen tried have been found guilty or pleaded guilty. A great many of the White Karth citizens have been here this week and they were not backward in testifying against the piggei-s and it was easy for the jury to decide. Charles Monagan. the drug­ gist, was found guilty by the jury Tuesday afternoon. Fatty Parks thot «i«r wouid get off easy because the fii"st information which was filed aga inst him was not correct. He was simply held on the same charge and placed under $2000 bonds until a new information could be filed a gainst him. He was found guilty. Wm, C. Young was also found guilty of the samecbarge. Frank Young pleaded guil...

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. — 6 April 1904

The worst storm known to North Dakota sincc the March storm of 15)02, occurred all over the state, mid principally in the northwestern part-Thursday and Friday. It is believed that the at or wa« fully as bad as the one two j*ears ago, but it did not last quite as long-. The morning 'broke dark and cold, a nasty northeast wind being-in evidence. The last train into Minot be­ fore the storm, was No. 25, from the east. The train had a hard tail wind, or it would have never reached here. The Most Terrific Storm Since the one of March J902, Visited This Portion of the State Thursday and Friday—Rail­ roads and Highways Blocaded, A slight mist fell and towards noon the wind was terrific. Many believing that the storm would soon subside, started for their homes on the prairie, but did not get very far. Soon after noon a fine snow began to accompany the wind and soon the air was so full of it, that one could see but a few feet ahead of him. Towards nightie drifts had grown so high fiK, the s...

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. — 6 April 1904

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. r. TRUAX, «. D. COLCORD, PUBLISHER. EDITOB. SNTBKBD JUNE 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT JF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1879. The Ward County Independent, eight pages, all home print, is the only official paper of the City of Minot and the only County official paper of Ward county in the city of Minot. Particular attention given to city, county and state news. Sent to any address postage paid one year for $1.00: six months for 50 cents: three months for 25 cents. The Ward County Independent has a wide advertising medium having a circu­ lation of more than "J,000. Being pub­ lished at the county seat of Ward county wo are able to print the news while they are news. To subscribers: We will continue to send paper to all subscribers until all arrearages are paid. WEDXEUDAY. MAWI'H30th, 1904. Martin Jacob ou will not be a candidate for mayor of Minot, notwithstanding tli" statements made...

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. — 6 April 1904

.—••^ WU^tAMStALKS ^.v OF THE RUSSIANS, •i: Sawyer Mifh'elta Ofa Visit ToTbc Dcitltatc H«ke« WmiM Like Ta Sec Then Oet Seed J" Onto.' •-.-. _____ E. IJ. Williams of Sawyer visit­ ed the li^degeii^ent office last week audtold. a reporter gome interesting things regarding the Russians at tluvt place who ure in sucli.pool* .circumstances. He says"There are eighteen families who are asking for aid and we have made arrangements with the Sawyer merchants for flour. That is their main food taken with potatoes. They are scat­ tered over two townships. Their horses ami cattle seem to be well cared for. They are very particular with their horses, even vjnore than they are with them­ selves. I remarked to one of the old fellows "your horses look pretty weH'., "Tliev look well like li~l/' \vas tlie pld mail's answer. Many American* would consider his horses fat. They are anxious for me to (iiter their homes and see how Restitute they are. 1 don't see liQvjr jQrjiie pf hem... get ,alpngv We Amer...

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. — 6 April 1904

::'l! mniriii MIT ATA CTAR The Reporter is printing spring poems. Mr. Pierti*. of Minneapolis., is visiting his brother-in-law, H. If. Marean. Old papers for sale at this office 10 cents a hundred. Just the thing for packing or house clean­ ing. Mrs. Dan JoUnson was taken very ill at lifer home south of town and will be taken to a hos­ pital. John Bradley, E. X. Metcalf and J. N. Johnson were elected supervisors of Harrison town­ ship. Chas. Seaton is the clerk. Bob Chamberlain of Polermo is in this city. Bob will leave in a short time for JEIPCD CROPS. PROP, H. L. BOULEY, Botanist of Government Agricultural Experiment Station at Fargo, N. 1)., recommends the follow­ ing as the best and cheapest treatment for WHEAT SMUT, OAT SMUT, BARLEY SMUT. Make a solution of forty per cent Formaldehyde, using at the rate of one pound of the chemical to fortv-five or fifty gallons of water. Pile the grain in a heap on the floor and wet the pile completely with the solution, It is better to shovel...

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. — 6 April 1904

I iV ni 1 Pt-rfC' '1 w" if I "Ward County Independent: Please publish the following in [.your valuable paper: As there has been a good deal of slander going on in some of, ["the newspapers of the county, relative to the present county administration, and county offi­ cials, and as I consider myself I one of the administration, I here­ by wish to give a few facts to the public, in the interest to truth and justice. I will first take up an article which recent! appear­ ed in the Patterson Advocate. Anyone having read said article will, as I'm going to show, easily perceive that the only motive of the writer was to misrepresent and deceive. The writer asks, "Why are taxes high? Ask Mur pby?" Lwill now try to explain to the people why taxes are so high. And I will first give a little state­ ment how and by whom taxes are levied. State taxes are levied by the State Board of Equaliza­ tion, and the rate of levy for the year 1903 are as follows: a°1 wp *w t. a 1 I County Commissioner john ...

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. — 6 April 1904

jt Capacity 200 Barrels Per Day Come and See Me. EMIL KURZ, Confectioner, One Door North of Hawley's Drug Store. MINOT MILLING COMPANY, MERCHANT AND CUSTOM MILLERS, INCORPORATED. irf PWKoriitra 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. CLEVEN & HANSON, UetUKI 111 FRESH AND SALT MEAT Fish. Game and Afti Oysters in season est Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry EUGENE TEUTSCH ARCHITECT Contractor and Builder Estimates on all classes of buildings furnished FREE OF CHARQE MINOT, IN. DAK READ THIS! For One Month Only We will give away with Five Dollars' worth of (i coils. following premiums FOR LADIES—A fine Gentiine Monkey Skin or Seal Grain Pocket or fine sot of QUADRUPLE PLATED silver teaspoons. Fo.i titiNTLBMEN—A solid 14 Kara...

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