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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 13 April 1904

We Are Selling Don't Forget Our Line of Scarcity «f Deweratic News. About the last place in the world to look lor discussion of the Democratic jiolitics of the state is the Democratic news­ papers of the state. There area few that talce a sort of languid interest in the subject of their own party policy, but the great majority of them find more en tertaiiiuiant in talking about the Itepublk^ situation This makes «t all the more difficult to get a line on Democratic policy, both as to national and state action. And yet if our friends the enemy really beleive what they profess to they would be devoting their Sesfc energies to a compaign of oduRotibn to prepare for predict­ ed swing of the political pen­ dulum. One of the most notable evidences of a coming change in sentiment is pointed out by some of the outside Democratic papers the recent municipal election in Sioux C?ttj, where a Democrat succeeds a Repablican as Mayor and where the complexion of the city council underwent a like c...

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. — 20 April 1904

-rrt •~VU I k: i* J* i-sy i* i"t ONLY OFFICIAL PAPER! OF The City of Minot. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 1. Sit At this writing the Mouse river js away over its banks and the 'flood has driven hundreds of peo­ ple from their homes in the lower ^Sjsortions of the city. The rail­ road bridge on the Soo three miles northwest of Minot has gone oat, rendering traffic on the Soo west impossible. The hotels are crowded with refugees from the water, and the generous peo­ ple of Minot who have been more fortunate than others, have thrown the portals of their homes open wide, and are doing all that can bt done to relieve any suffer­ ing. For several days the water had been rising but the oldest settl ers looked upon the matter light­ ly, believing that the river would not go over its banks, and in case it did, that little damage would be done. There must have been a gorge up the ri ver, for dui ing Tuesday night, the water rose three feet and many people were compelled to fiee for safety, leaving ti thei...

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. — 20 April 1904

4 "V tfii -V$| If •?, 'W 'I jii-f fk II? •)4^f •i!i' i1" T-A-'-h $v„ it I* k: tlli Mn fF Yfe &y •H 'K 3?" MARTIN JACOBSON, P. M. COLE, The lnusi imporaiit nieco of legislation enacted by tne last session of the Nort Dakota leg­ islature wns the making the Eighth Judicial District. Sena­ tor Jacobson and Rep­ resentatives Lee and Cole worked heroically to this end, realizing the absolute neces setv, if business was to be expe­ ditiously done ami legal matters promptly settled, that a new District be formed. Those mon were-a- unit in all that made for the good of Ward County. They were a unit in urging the appoint­ ment of I,. J. Paid a. and they have all just reason to be proud of their work. They were re­ garded in the Legislature as men of ability and stabiltv. Ward County should be, and we think is. proud of the success­ ful efforts of Messrs. Jacobson. Cole and Lee in the last Legisla­ ture.- ORGANIZATION insurgents those who against the Republican in" 1902—are now crying wit...

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. — 20 April 1904

Oiiii you i]«! :i 1 jwities A FREE TRIP TO NEW YORK CITY, SAFER or BETTER W hat -caia ou. in vest- iu ttouit will pa^ou a lamer di­ vidend than real estate in tl»K city of Brooklyn? Brook­ lyn is growing at.the rate of 80,000 people yearly. i^otH that sold two years ago at $500 each are now worth $1,000 etmli. ean sell you lots at from $540 up. lou can secure one of. these lots by paying $10.00 down and $6.00 to $10,00 per month. Jf you wish.ro see the prop­ erty before buying, your fa.re.will be paid, from Chicago to New York and .return. In case of death, your-family will receive a deed to tne lot without further payments or expense, providing you have met your payments regularly for one year, other­ wise what aaoney.you have paid in will be-retunded. Could you make a. better investment for your .iamily in case of your death? For. further information write or call on P. H. MERRICK* Vlinot, IN. O. Special agent for Wood, Htmon & Co., New ork City. REFERENCES: IMPORTER'S «FC TBA...

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. — 20 April 1904

1 WW' Lansford was the scene of sev­ eral arrests the first of the week. Sheriff (iardner and States At torner Burr from Bottineau call yd on the town and cleaned it up generally. JCvt Hall was arrest­ ed onjth^charge of raping a six ir old girl. He was tak to Granville where he furnish­ ed $4000 bonds. Hal1 wishes to .marry the gril. but her parents .object and so does the girl. If the story told about Haliis true, he will get a severe sentence. A young fellow named Shuxnan was arrested on the charge of se­ duction. He accompanied Miss Painter to Rugby at the request of the sheriff and married her. Theo. Price, sheriff of O'Brien county, la. took ur. E. Wiikins, a The County Schools. Iloken Christianson began a four months term of school in No. 2 Des Lacs Valley district April -t. Carrie L. Smith opened school No. 1 Lone Tree school district Monday April 4. School No 3 in Sauk Prairie school district No. 35 opened Monday April 4th with Miss Mary Ruddy as teacher. School No. 2 in th...

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. — 20 April 1904

Capacity •fur 200 & I Barrels Per Day ff 'h |j i-HI 13# m\v JE Mr. A. D. Jttcfiill, mm EUGENE TEUTSCH ARCHITECT Contractor aid Builder Estimates on all classes of buildings furnished FREE OF CHARQE MIINOT, IN. DAK MINOT MILLING COMPANY MERCHAN AND CDSToM MILLERS, INCORPORATED. PRICE OF HUAIFIAAR 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. TREATMENT OF DISEASES OR FIELD i'f 1y PROF. H. L. BOLLEY, Botanist of Government Agricultural Experiment Station at Fargo, X. I)., 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 o...

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. — 20 April 1904

""xv P«to I1*!*" M* ft *i & yV •V- IfeS:.' i: •Sfc m-: rtr .*& I f$ K' i: s: 'Ti"]?'^'' *'r*if mS ,t sj It: l. •-I :f I" I- »,•- I &>'# J] M: mis ll-• T» the Republicans of Ward County: Before one should feel called up­ on to defend his official acts, espe­ cially when full reports of all acts have been made through official reports in the official papers of the county, it would seein neces­ sary that some certain, specific, definite charge of wrong doing be charged against him. The Republican organization of Ward county, and the County Officials, have no acts which they wish to conceal from the public, nor any of which they are asham­ ed. They have done nothing but their duty, and that they have done in the way it seemed best to them. They have done their duty so well thai: their political ene­ mies (they have no others) dare not even insinuate anything definite against any one of them in his official capacity. Nevertheless, as certain per­ sons, whose dosire for pub...

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. — 20 April 1904

Our Spring other in its sweetness and freshness. tflNOT, u* .* Chief Munsey, of the Grand llorks fire department, has that department 20 years. It is said that many merchants in the state are sore because Prof. Ladd was so vigorous in exposing impure foods. The druggists, many of them, because the for­ maldehyde was tested and found tobeweak. ts up in our clothing, and remains our regular patron. We 's clothing' for the Spring Season. Not a price that's too hi: children's clothing price igh. That stamps a man's appearance for good or bad so quickly as ahat. line of soft nats Best of the Wells county gives a cent bounty on gophers. The farmers are all ready to jump into the fields and soon will be out seeding. A year ago to day many gardens were planted, some fields seeded, and everyone was in the fields at some kind of work. The May flowers were in blossom, and thegrasswasgrow ing. This has been a very back­ ward spring, but the North Da­ kota farmers will soon catch up. The Pure Br...

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. — 20 April 1904

a 4: mm •mm tf. M* §||f &JW 'V i- :#5 Sp* i" &> If Wfe I m-:% 11 I '.'m: it i|: :i 5 ••*$/• fjpr iC Ii-"' Step Yj.'s gS$$ fip&i «&£ wm ife I'li 3 I:'- r« iS-K MRi LYNCH, N. THK IM)KPKNTKNT. Socialism does not mmm. iMPlfVS R.L. DALZIEL EXPLAINS OBJECT OF SOaALISM. President of the Lynch Local in a Clear, Conclusive Manner, Answers an Ar-I tide Appearing in the Northwestern Agriculturist. D., April 19,1904. Kditor Independent: Not long ago there appeared in the "Northwestern Agriculturist" a letter from a resident of Oklahoma and an nditorial answer relating to socialism, and as the editor's reply was entirely un­ fair and untruthful, and as many of our farmers here are readers of that paper and some of them may havo gotten a inong impression of what socialism is, from that article, I take this opportuni­ ty to reply to its main arguments and aattftrtions. In the first place we working people ihoald always consider whether an edi­ tor is a man of wealth himself or h...

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. — 27 April 1904

m*. OWLV OFFICIAL PAPER 'OK The (Sty of Minot. Many reports have coine in stating that the leserted houses in the flooded district have been robbed. For several nights an extra police force in boats watch­ ed the houses and it would not have been well for the maraud­ ers had they leen caught. Some bold fellows rawed in skiffs to the deserted Moines and slept in the beds aim made themselves otherwise to home. Many people have returned to their homes, the water having gone down considerably, and others are getting their houses dried out. Many houses are still surrounded by water at this writ­ ing, but all will come out O. K. Sn the wash. The citizens of Minot continue to be good to their unfortunate brethern and many homes are still crowded with three or four families. Minot, ROBBING HOUSES IN FLOODED DISTRICT Reports That Hoboes Have Been Occupy­ ing the Beds of the Good People of Minot—A Cattleman had Bad Luck at Velva-Other Flood Echoes* I twas reported that a big raise had struck ...

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. — 27 April 1904

ONLY RUSSIANS MAY FISH. Waters Around Vladivostok Art JNK •ualy Looked After. In the great fishing crounda of the Nl of Okhotnk, north of Vladivostok, the Russian government sells conces­ sions annually, but all the vessels em­ ployed must oe Russian, sail under that flag and have Russian crews. No Ashing is allowed in the rivers, nor nearer than one mile from the mouth of the river. A severe penalty is im­ posed on any Japanese found working in a Russian fishery. Neither can a Japanese sell fish to a Russian. The Russian Seal company, the East Sibe­ rian Fishing company and one other company have the exclusive right to llsh. In September last one ship brought in a cargo of thirty-seven tons of salmon from Okhotsk to the Vladi­ vostok market. One Arm sent 20,100, 000 pounds of salmon to Hamburg another firm supplied 6,480,000 pounds •o the Japanese government. MEN TAKE SECOND PLACE. Women Art of Abyssinian Tribs Really Emancipated. In the valley of the Barca. in Abys­ sinia, there i...

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. — 27 April 1904

Can you make a «p & REFERENCES: *0$) 'IFC IMPORTKR'S $ MINO^TOPICS 2 a. A -A. Many are ill from the effects of the high water. A new cigar factory is booked for Minot soon. The most beautiful birds in the world at Blakey's drug store. Dr. Ekrem reports the loss of nearly all his personal property. Buy vour paints, wall papers and calcimine at Blakey's drug store. M. II. Johnson, of I'rescott township, transacted business here Monday. Leave your orders for singing birds of all kinds, gold fish and flowers at Blakey's. "Mrs. Langhans, from North Prairie, is in thecityforan opera­ tion for appendictus. Frank Youngman bought the residence property on Main street from Dr. Crokat. The carpenters are at work on II. E. Wheeler's residence again after being delayed by the nigh water. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Henson arrived from Havre, Mont., Fri­ day to visit at the home of C, F. Truax. W. E. Irons, of Flaxton, made final proof on his claim before the land office and was delayed here with his ...

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. — 27 April 1904

V-C THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLMHKD «vmv WKDIfUDAY. 4 TRUAX & COLCORD. F. TBUAX, (i. D. COLCORD, PUBLISHES. EDITOB. KNTBRKD JUNE 18, 1902, AS 3ECOND CLA88 RATTER, P03T-0FFICB, MINOT, N. D., ACT IU1 CONGRESS OF MARCH 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 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. A REMARKABLE CASE. One of the most remarkable cases of a cold, deep-seated on the lungs caus­ ing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. Gert...

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. — 27 April 1904

Sheriff. 7 NAME OF Valley, Colquhoun Prosperity Pleasant Lake View 2 3 4 5 6 North Star Richland, International Portal Short Creek Forthun Mahoney 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Fay Meadow Scandia Carter Union 18 19 20 21 32 23 24 25 26 27 Rockford Grover Hammerly Hurley Brandon Hamlet McKinney Buffalo Denmark Bowbells 30 31 32 Hampen 48 Hanson 49 Sorkness 50 Everson 51 Enterprise 52 Highland Carboudale 54' White Ash Republican County Convention. To the RcpaMcu Electors ef the Coaaty ol Ward aa State of North Dakota: jwcordance with the instructions of the Republican County, »f duly elected Republican dele -Waca gpunty wilPaftsduible ,in opera hpuae in*the City of Minot SAtUftDliY#^ 14, f90*%m the hom*of 2 offi 0 purpose, of shoosing 26 delegates and atatefimte State, on ra., for the purpose, of Choosing 26 delegates and AlterimtG dele­ gates to represent Ward county in the State Con vention to bfelteld in the Citv of Fargo on Wednesday, May 18,1904 to elect 8 dele gates and 8 alternat...

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. — 27 April 1904

r* I. tc iPWWi 3 .•* J: I Capacity 200 ,r uV Per Day 4 $ 4 .3 ,** 'V 'A ,v- rlllA 1U Also We Mr. A. D. Mcfiill, Wfiyiufi MINOT MILLING COMPANY iticim im cisTOd MLLBI, INCORPORATED. PRIDE apwtiatao*" •Mi The Pride of Minot is Ever Popular. Every Sack is Guaranteed to be of Uniform Quality. We Ex­ change Flour for Your Wheat, liring' Your Feed to This Mill and Have it Ground The Following Flours and Ceerals •jt Always on Hand Pride of Minot. 1st Grjide. 'C. IV Third Grade. Breakfast Food. Corn Meal. Graham. TRSATMENT OF DISEASES OF PROF. H. L. BOLLEY, Botanist of Government Agricultural Experiment Station at Fargo, X. D.. 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-tive 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 it over while wetting to...

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. — 27 April 1904

Porter-McLean Wedding. Archie Porterand Miss Isabelle McLean will be united in marri­ age this evening, Wednesday, at the home of Miss McLean's sis­ ter, Mrs. J. H. Tompkins, at 8 o'clock, by the llev, Edgar Jones. The bride-to-be is a former resi­ dent of New Brunswick and the groom came from Nova Scotia, having met her on Canadian soil. Both have resided in this state about two years. Miss. Mc­ Lean has been in charge of the central office of the Northwest­ ern Telephone Co., until two weeks ago. Mr. Porter is a mem­ ber of the firm of Gates & Porter, who conduct the Granville meat market. Both young people have a wide circle of friends who ex­ tend to them best wishes. They will reside in Granville. Pays to Raise Speltz. J. B. Otrey will sow ten acre* of speltz and believes that he will get 50 bushels to the acre. Last year lie sowed a little and thofc he would get little but was sur­ prised when the field yielded him 37% bushels to the acre. Special Prescription Service. The...

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. — 27 April 1904

I rc j-iit fc«, *fe ''II a I & I -I?- i:-i I. i. «, V* m~ -N ||A VT, I» J.V N.* I-.,* I!«FT- I&L1 --YV MAJOU J. S. MCHPHY, MINOT, NORTH I)AK. DEAR SIR:— A ,"*WI. Republican County Convention. When this was told by .Jones in his examination as to his fit­ ness to act as a juror Judge Amidon had Scofield brought before him for contempt of court, and had him ordered confined in the Cass county jail for *0 days. This seemed like sumptuary pro­ ceedings on the part of the Judge, and Scofield had the case ap­ pealed, but when it is known that none of the evidence given by Jones as to liis conversation with Scofield could be taken into con­ sideration at all—the Fpper Courts could not enter into the case further than the law went, and no facts could be or were considered by them. This is practically the sum and substance of Scofield's sinning and when it is considered that contempt of court is not really a crime—that the present National Committeeman from North Dak., was sentenced ...

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. — 27 April 1904

Miss Flora J. -THESvS:-1' GOLDEN RULE STORE. J. B. TAYL.OR. GOLD BAND SEMI-PORCELAIN DISHES. •t Frost has receiv­ ed the patent to her land, which was protested. The farm is near Markillie. It isn't how much cold cream a woman puts on her face but how much Rocky Mountain Tea she takes inside tnat brings out real beauty. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea complexions stay. 35 cents. Tea or tablets. A. S. Blakey. Two lads secured nearly a $ 100 worth of baled hay which floated down the river. They were out in boats and brought it in. Pretty Miss Nellie Hascomb, Omaha "I owe my good looks and health to Hoi lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Have ful ly regained my health." Tea or tablets 35 cents.A. S. Blakey. "The Sweet Singer of Israel'' the first of a series of sermons on the life of David to be given at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening. You are invited. LOST—One spotted cow brand­ ed with a key-stone on left side. Finder leave informotion at this office or C. L. Turner, Minot, N. I). 2...

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. — 27 April 1904

STATE OWNERSHIP IN AUS­ TRALIA. It will be remembered that most of the colonies ot' A ust railia suffered a disastrous financial panic some years ago as the re­ sult of over-extention of credit for railway building: and other purposes. It will be remembered also that this panic was worse in New South Wales, where over­ building of railroads by the state under pressure of public demand and their extravagant operation at the bidding of labor unions to furnish employment for every­ body at high wages had exhaust­ ed capital and strained credit most seriously. Since the creation of the ('urn monwealth, all the states of Aus­ tralia have I**'11 slowly strug­ gling back out of panic condi­ tions by retrenchment in the public service and economy in operation of public industries. New South Wales, it appears, is still in worse case of all, because there the hold upon government the socialist element that (le Mauds spending of public money for the benefit of the working class is hardest to b...

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. — 4 May 1904

AL PAPER fti. Minot. •n. S.%" Tree Coming to World's Pair. Waterloo, 111.—An old white oak tree on the farm of Mike Beheis, six miles east of Waterloo is*being chopped down and will be exhibited at the World's Fair. It is probably the iargest tree in Illinois. It is 95 feet high, 8 feet in diameter near the ground, and .3 feet thick 60 feet up, where shoots its first branch. It was was purchased by J. White of Mascoutah for $80. It will be cut into 10-foot sections. A special handsaw had to be or­ dered, as there is no circular saw in this section large enough. It is estimated that forty farm wagons could b« made of its wood. The timber is valued at $225. Reheis some time ago dug up a pot of gold at the foot of this tree, which has made him comparatively wealthy. 5 'X UMBER 3. 1*. A $It700 Already Subscribed—"Building Will be Erected, Outfit Placed and Work of Making Butter Started Soon—Promin­ ent Business men Interested in the Pro­ ject* J. E. Finch, who is herefor the rangeinents...

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