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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 1 April 1903

4CM® •OS* LOANS. PINAL PRO We Will Loaf On your !and. ,, io PER CF 'You get your money when Office and sheds, No. Ramstad St. Telephone 97. ff 1 .. j. yt Will Make 1 WE WILL SELL Y' 1? PAY LeSuWur CL Bradi of a Should remind you that the (3j thing is at the beginning. It she remedy to keep off a spell of couj. Blakey's Lax They* stimulate the distresse vital machinery to running with cents a box at BLAKEY'S I PALACE Hard, Soft and Lignite Coal, Hocking Valley Coal* 4 I IA/AATY Dry Tamarack, Oak, Pop IlUUi/ tp lar and Jack Pine R. W. JONES I +®4® •©©•©•©•©•©•iS#®#®^® $1 Go to the New I Drug Store j'-Fof1 Drugs, Medicines, Per fumes, Toilet Articles, Cigars W. B. Hawley. 4^4^KS4«)4^kS)4.©!«®4* -KSK?K*HS* WOOD i: POSTS! 1 I have nothing: to say about coal at ,• present. When the miners are able and willing: to fill their contracts, I will be able to supply everybody with all they want of the very best grades* of it I will have four carloads of slabs and edgings here and will be able to...

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. — 1 April 1903

JjtCN ?S :"isS«-.: H''' '•*. SN'it tte cv«n t*»k a arr«*% d»Kkc. Tfc lin.lt h»niy bee*. Fooled By "It." It is often very difficult for the hostess to supply -enough variety in her games or other amusements dur­ ing a party to keep the fun going, and something new is always much ap­ preciated. It may come your turn to make a suggestion. Tell your companions that if any one of them will take a piece of bread and butter and go out by the range and eat it you will supply each one of the party with a glass of ice cream soda from the piano or desk or any other place suggested. Say this earnestly and see that one of the party takes the bread and eats it be­ fore the kitchen range. When the boy has eaten the breaa let him come before the company. Say to him: "Have you eaten it?" Of course he will reply that he has. Then say to him: "Are you very sure that you have eaten it?" And when he replies again that he is sure, invite the company into the kitchen and bring the boy who has eaten the br...

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. — 1 April 1903

Improved Hot Air Syringe. Dentists and physicians frequently have use for a devico for heating air or vaporizing medicaments, the for­ mer for drying cavities in the teeth rTwiWous to filling them, and the lat ter *n treating catarrh and diseases jjjfbt the ear. There has been in use for years a simple instrument for this purpose, consisting of a rubber bulb :md rioxzle, through which the hoj air is drawn trom the flame and dis- For Physicians and Dentists. charged into the cavity. In the il­ lustration we show 'an improvement over this arrangement, in which the air is heated by a flame in conjunc­ tion with the tubing, through which the jet of air passes .before being discharged to accomplish its purpose. The lecturer continuing said that, a formidable species of electric fish which inhabits the rivers pf North Africa, including the Nile, belongs to the genus gymuotus and is capablc of giving a* very powerful shock. An easily recognizable picture of this lish has been discovered in...

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. — 1 April 1903

fi 1 The family call me Babbles, be 'cause I tell too many things and Jiave fluffy hair. I feel that I am a •blot on the family escutcheon for I've never done anything fine or no­ ble while Lucy Lee, my sister, went to Smiths, and came home with her notebooks full of wonderful state­ ments. Omar Khayyam is my Persian pus­ sy cat Every year on Jan. 3 we start for the City of Mexico. The main office •of the Randolph Explosive company is there. Father is president of the company and goes there to loolc after the business. Lucy Lee goes to look after him, to put in his studs. I go Jto look after Lucy Lee. By Jan. 5 we reached El Paso, crossed the Rio Grande and had got­ ten into Mexican territory. I looked 'Out upon' vast stretches of alkaline plains decorated with cacti, until I felt like a large prickly cactus, my­ self, and turned to Lucy Lee for solace. Now, Lucy Lee had a grand game, which she invented for railroad jour­ neys. She took a large sheet of pa­ per and blocked it off in...

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. — 1 April 1903

Kidney Colda" Nothing will 4. V.-5 7 l« -ft' -"lay you up," "play you out," "put you to bed" quicker than a ~"-i^)iiey cold. ij Thousands (eel the first ef­ fect of col^a In the kidneys back ache, rheum at 1c palna, urinary disor­ ders, retention of the urine, infrequent and too frequent urinary discharges tell of kidneys out of order. Doanfe Kidney Pills cure all Kidney Ills from common backache to danger­ ous diabetes. A. T. Ritenour, owner of the wood yard at 125 East Cork street, Winches­ ter, Vs., says: "Ever since I had la grippe I have been a sutterer from kidney troubles, which made them aelveB apparent in racking pains 'through the region of the kidneys and across the small of my back. The -pains were always severe, and some­ times BO sharp and biting that they compelled me to take to any bed. The kidney secretions famished further «Wtdence of disorders. They were off «olor, irregular, and painful of pas­ sage. Added to thbj Store was an, an* «oying weakness. "The newspaper...

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. — 1 April 1903

rt kO t* if vvAc®.4 "1^ JOHNSON. ,S -S fflflSMr at L,aw« Proofs Made and Con­ tests Defended. Flotsam Jetsam SHEECH BY R. W. DALZIEL Before Government has been, from the mo. primativo times down to the present, an object of deepest solicitude. Ali throngh ages past and gone, the rich have sehjemed to govern the maese* for their personal benefits, while among ithc, masses there have always been some bright minds who were always busy esti­ mating the advantages to the peo pie of a government wholly for thorn and ^striving to lead theru to the light. Upon successful government depends the wel-. fare and happiness of the whole world That nation which speedily puts into practical working elfec-t the principles o: .socialism, which means sim|lv a govern pient of and by and always for the people, •will have taken a gigantic stride toward .ushering into just and deserving recog­ nition the deep truth in the time* won words—the universal Fatherhood iGod and the universal brotherhood o! man. ...

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. — 8 April 1903

9- 1^' 1#X •V rr#/ &fcw" W- 2* jfc & VOLUME It NUMBER 5I, THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. '•^4 PDILItifRp BTKRT WMK«MDAT. C, F. THII«i PgMilnr, SNTUT*0° JP"K 18, 1002, AB AACOLFQ-OLAM MATTBB, PQBTQ|F JOE, MINOT, V. D., ACT or OOITOBBM or HAROH 3, 1879. Minor Topics. Owtn H»cjcer may go to consult specialist in regard to his eye. The board of county commis­ sioners have been in session dur­ ing the week, The Bottineu., county news­ papers are in a combine and are charging #6.50 to publish final proofs and will charge contest notices according to the space taken up. Herm an Lind berg, the popular shoe repairer, bought J. M.Sam uefcori's outfit and will conduct business at the latters place of businuk Herman is all right. (Jive him a chane. C. Van Exiebas an,elegant new Outfit for his photograph gallery coining and announces that he wilf open temporary quarters in the rear of J. 0. Hoff's furniture store about April 20. Halmer Skaug. of (larpio, twenty one years of ape, died at the c...

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. — 8 April 1903

fp?t\ & mK 4 •.-,#& 'V-'iP 1 •u i? tlfp *1 -.#• -0S. H,j i* &t ftr K1* 1 Jp-Or A" WARD CO INDEPENDENT C. P. Traax, Publisher. MINOT, Ward Co., T'.ie trotter Red Pepper ought win a lew hoats clown the circuit. W. K. Vanderbilt's new Tarantula is said to be stinger. Spain would like to raise the Maine in order to ascertain the cause of the explosion. Better let sleeping dogs lie. A tax cn bachelors would only even things up. The married men already have their tacks—on the bedroom floor. Even if you are not a Christian Scientist, you may find the absent treatment a pretty fair cure for love sickness. is threatened between Guate­ mala and Salvador, but the American consuls may succeed in separating the '.ombatants. Somebody asks: "Can the universe last foreve^?" That's another one of the things that we propose to let pos­ terity worry over. A revolution has broken out at three diflerent places in Uruguay. It is un­ derstood that two men and a boy are 'nvolved at each point. ...

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. — 8 April 1903

kv* ktft fff If' "f® lltotliiafc Even at present, a few farmers raise as fine crops as Is possible, either in quantity or In quality. In most cases, the reason Is to be found In the fact that a poor, uneven quality of seed Is placed in the ground.' Many farmers seem to believe that wheat which cannot lie placed on the mar­ ket because of Its Inferior grade may yet be used for seed with safety. They pay dearly for this notion, losing both in quality and In quantity. Proof of this has been too often made at this station to need further reiteration. To make a success of wheat culture one must, year by year, stanchly per­ sist in the use of the best. possible seed. If one deviates from the rule, loss is sure to follow. In a number of different years, our experiments shotir that any variation in the seed from a "No. 1 hard" quality will surely show up in the yield at harvest. If the quality of seed is of mixed type or uneven in quality, as to maturity, injury, etc., the quality at harves...

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. — 8 April 1903

mm fi- f- jm-M-i $£ £t-K fc/1 1 Be is arisen, the God in Man. who strove Through the long ages with his bestial past. He is arisen, and through the gates of love, ITatli entered to his heritage at last. And Death, the shadow that his footsteps fled, In terror of the asphodel and tomb. Is robbed of all his panoply of dread, And garbed in glory of the lily's bloom. The origin of the cross as a symbol is shrouded in the dim mists of almost prehistoric antiquity. Centur­ ies before the Gallic and Cymric Celts swarmed over England, centuries be­ fore the lowly Nazarene began pro­ mulgating his doctrines, centuries be­ fore the beginning of the Old Testa­ ment history, the cross was an im­ portant factor in the lives of men. It forms part of t/ie lore of the most ancient of religions. Never is a great excavation made but that many varia­ tions of the cross forms are exhumed and under circumstances which prove that they have been religious sym­ bols. There are many evidences to prove that ...

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. — 8 April 1903

I Jt. 4 iV RICULTURF The Chinch Bug. ,^n the accompanying cut we show the chinch bug, an insect that has proven very destructive to grain crops in some sections of the country. By the side of the mature bug will be seen a perpendicular line-about one eighth of an inch long. That shows the real size of the insect, the illus­ tration being greatly enlarged. The chinch bug is a native insect, origin­ ally subsisting on various wild grasses in the Mississippi valley and through­ out its range. It is now widely dis­ tributed, being found in all the ter­ ritory between Manitoba and Nova Scotia and the Gulf of Mexico. There are numerous ways of fight­ ing this pest. Waste land should be burned over and cleared up. Wild grasses infested by chinch bugs should also be given the lire treat­ ment The rubbish in the fence cor­ ners and by the hedges should also be raked up and incinerated. When no. 2. Tlie chinch hay IJUitnu* leiicopterut): a, b, ifgs c, newly hatched lam its tiriu# I*"* after f...

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. — 8 April 1903

W' fp' ffcWH^ 1 »'4M i? Si5ti Ift. &• m§ Pretty Reception Gown. Gown of tan-colored etamlne with Insertions of cream laco points, and trimming of button molds covered with tan velvet. The scarf used as a finish to the stock, and the wide belt, jure of Dresden silk, having a pale •green background with roses in deli­ cate pink. The large buttons are cut_ steel. Smartest Handkerchiefs. The very latest fad in handker­ chiefs is to have them dyed to match each gown and no matter what the shade may be, it can be exactly matched by the dyer, in lawn, batiste, or silk handkerchiefs. These hand­ kerchiefs are plain, with only the -narrowest hem possible. In the mat­ ter of white handkerchiefs there is much elaboration, both in lace and embroidery the latest fancy being small handkerchiefs of white silk, fin­ ished with a tiny edge of velvet. Oth­ ers have inch wide borders of pink, mauve, violet, blue, green and brown silk. Accessories of Dress. It seems as if the accessories of fash Io...

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. — 8 April 1903

1 f* ^V1??y I 1. i» &&&?1 CURTICE, Qi^-I &o. FALMOUTH, mm. 1 1 feel well.—SARAH E. EOBNOKB, ,1 !(,( if I ,W 1 CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE. Doan's Kidney Pills bin lupil into PobHc hvor became (he people CM write iind to the maker* and aecure a trial Iree. Thus has been builded the greatest lam* and largest sale known to any Kidney medicine in the world. had auch severe pain li pain in my sam­ back that I could not walk. I uaed the ple of Doan's Kidney Pills with auch good re­ sults I sent to Toledo for another box, and ey cured me.—SARAH E. COTTRELL, VA.—I Cur- Buffered oyer WEST HAVEN, CONN.— twelve Months with pain in the small of my back. Medicines ana plasters gave only temporary relief. Doah'g Kidney Fills cured me.—F. 8. BIIOWN, Falmouth, Va. Eight months ago I look a severe pain in my back. The sample box of Doan's Kidney Pills helped me so much I purchased two boxes am on my sec­ ond box. My heart does not bother me as it used to and 1 BRADLEV, Mo. 377 Elm Street, We...

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. — 8 April 1903

JAS. JOHNSON, I Attorney at Law. Proofs Made and Con­ tests Defended. SPEECH BY R. W. DALZIEL Bafor* Cwanty Regular Meettag of Ward Sotkltti, Mirih 16, '03. [CONTINCED FROLTF £AST WKEK.] What the world needs today is an ideal. Socialism bears upon her purn tfnd expansive forehead, the beaut} crown of idealism. C'ommunionism was and is the ideal of the Savior, socialism ite 20th century communism. During Christ's earthly stay he taught communism, condemning riches and al« thtise Who held them to the suffering of others, and his deciples for 300 yearn who cared to ^pllow Him closely, ad tared strictly to thi& as 10 His other no more important instructions. It was only when men became more desirous of riches, of profits, of gains on account of which the sinners were scorged from the temple, than they were for the king­ dom of heaven that Christ's example as to communism was set aside and an effort was made to forget all about .it and to appease the conscience and blind tho mind to ...

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. — 15 April 1903

wm J»•••:••:%?,•)» y"wii|, r' ST- '"--fys rV JN ty r£ fetv \V k« •James passed •ENIENT.JALLE( rsta^tu^iv, &ftn|£ WTO ,," -*»*»&% vv&iitifc&iL'.fA -fy bu^„%k.' KKTEfcFD ,T^,m,A«*fa^frr-, JIATTKI^rpqs'^OPFICfcf^IWW^MPi'KfO^ ,$ t-riKfCKHisfttbV XBO»S, i8?fl. BSRS'Jjai! wi p^W^' '-Ohl ,. :,w Judge ,#i^«4 .i^ii^finis^v^Pi-'^^ feftilVaet jn•»Mii^^^•'^.:'^"|M Vi-i._ wm foter Bhr •en. Ins farw i^tja^6ui^vy..'. :,. 4'^ Dn *Wi naeffifeMt! ft bifets&fjf,i&^# $we' 7. :_CN- j, i-T. v\ inuunju J. S -ji Ht'Jr ft TH6 G. in^i^^Vi^: -,x "from the footfef .- ., -Seven at the land ql^e Suturg^^nd record ijiadc. opened. a' I^miitT1, Coylo's 000 ty loan on fa|nj&. The eou ty dbmifri^ipt era- rciufeed to 'Accept the Orr jthe ^,. hospital, and chaise of the Ta^dUier Jyga^. The Sop. 7 •Friday wh„- ^_.T .^.......... •Nels O. Melby and Ati^ie ljell. .Sunday N. Deogan'a farm wt^ daiiiaged and the flrc-i were put/ouirpnly'mthihe .taTde^t -work. £$£(£&& jllOt myl: badly'bilrn|...

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. — 15 April 1903

•WARD 00 INDEPENDENT C. P. Tuaax, Publisher. $11 NOT, Ward Co., N. D. "Nothing doing" would be a new and original epitaph. And speaking of get-rich-quick con» ^erns, what -about Wall street? Perhaps Castro resigned to see II ir":hey wouldn't offer him a raise of salary to stay. There being little doing in the for­ eign office, John Bull sent in another •warning to Abdul Hamid. If the coffln-makers all strike, peo pie may have to postpone the last necessity of life—which is leaving it A West Virginia police judge has de­ cided that a negro's head is a "dan­ gerous and deadly weapon." Goat, Stoo! American people drank more ""H'SiOP.OOO worth of coffee last fairly well in spite Vv '"inks she can take Mnu« Resume of the news* t-rom the Capital. Gustave Kluczinske has been ap­ pointed postmaster at Northeim, Mani­ towoc county, Wis. The conversion of the Wells (Minn.) bank into the Wells National bank has been approved. Capital1 is $30, 000. A postoffice has been ordered estab­ lished at...

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. — 15 April 1903

/V* f*- •-U wt4 Ti «/*w nxm. fcfe Jt ID OLD FRIENDS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TRAV­ ELS THROUGH FAMILIAR .. COUNTRY. 'GUIDED BY NORTH DAKOTANS RECOGNIZES MANY OLD FRIENDS AND THOROUGHLY ENJOYS HIMSELF. INDIANS EXPRESS COOD Will PRESENT DRESS HIM WITH AN AD AND A PIPE OF PEACE. Mandan, N. D., April 9.—President Roosevelt traveled throtigli familiar country yesterday and received hearty greetings wherever his^ train stopped. At many places he recognized old friends, and from his conversation it •was evident that it was one "of the most enjoyable days ofefe'® trip. At Fargo, Jamestown anJ Bismarck he made stops of from half an hour to an hour and discussed the conditions in the Philippines, the tariff and the gen­ eral prosperity the country is enjoy­ ing. Stops also were made at Cassel ton, Tower, Valley City, the home of Gov. White Dawson, Dickinson and Medora. At Bismarck the president was Introduced to a number of Indian, chiefs, some of whom fought against Custer. He traded with two of ...

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. — 15 April 1903

ri ,v XvC^H Striking Spring Hat. The spring hat shown is of satin finished red straw, and is trimmed with clusters of ripe strawberries a and foliage. Red velvet forms scarf and ends at the back. the I New Use for Raffia. Women who enjoy embroidering have found a new use for raffia.. The baskets and bats are as popular as ever, but its possibilities as material for the needle of the artistic worker are just being discovered. It lends itself to a great variety of the coarser stitches and produces a sketchy ef­ fect very desirable on burlaps and coarse linens. An inviting pillow for the summer porch is shown of olive green and red burlap made square and boxed. On the green side a great bunch of wheat, tied with a red ribbon, is em­ broidered in raffia.. Around the edge of the pillow is a braid plaited or raf fiia, in yellow, red and green tones. Simple Home Remedies. Sulphur is such an excellent thing to be used in sickness and disease that the wise wife and mother always keeps it in ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 April 1903

111 mi T'! ii III np tf Yi -c'J-i -t r| i, *M* f' a* ___ tr "Climate will be the most serious ob­ stacle in the work of constructing the Panama canal," said Mr. Alfred Noble, a member of the Panama commission, to a reporter for the Herald, "The canal commission in its summary of the difficulties estimated the. climate as carefully, as it did the cost of con­ struction. "Personally, I believe that the meth­ ods adopted at Santiago and Havana applied to Colon and Panama will transform these pest holes into com­ paratively healthy cities. "You know, the dean of the medical faculty at Panama divides the seasons into the wet period from April 15 to December 15, when persons die of yel­ low fever in from four to five days, and the dry season from December 15 to April 15, when people die of per- 'f i,:: :. .1.1 fi c&k Mr. Noble thought the American :vstaff in round ^numbers would comprise five hundred men. The machinery will undoubtedly be American. "In handling material," continued Mr...

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. — 15 April 1903

$ it t" 0 if TWO S5IONAL8. 1 "There are two serious a of Kidney ills. The first sig a from the Hack with numer­ ous aches and pains. on •signal comes ip the Kid­ re tions. The urine is thin and pale, or •too highly colored, and showing 9 "brick-dust like" deposit. Urination is infrequent, too frequent •or excessive. You should heed these danger sig­ nals before chronic complications set in—Diabetes, Dropsy, Bright's Dis­ ease. Take Doan's Kidney Pills in tim© -and the cure is simple. J. F. Wainwright, of the firm of £ones & Wainwright, painters and -contractors, Pulaski, Va., says: "Four or five times a year for the past few years I have suffered with severe at­ tacks of pain in my back, caused from Icidney trouble. During these spells I was in such misery from the constant pain and aching that it was almost im­ possible for me to stoop or straighten and it really seemed as if the whole small of my back had given away. At times I also had difficulty with the kidney secretions wh...

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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