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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 June 1904

It T4, V' I 1 & 2 S w1 1: f: i- 3& f«i THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PCBUBBKD KVBBY WBDKBBOAT. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRCAX, Publisub, O. D. COLCOBD, BDITOB, ENTERED JUNK 18, 1902, AB SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT OF OOKGRBBS 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 bounty 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 11.00 six months for 50 cents three months for 25 cents. The Ward County Independent has a wide advertising medium having a circu lationofmore 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. Surrey Items. J. E. Smith and Chas. Me Keever went to Granville to fish on Bnffalo Lodge...

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 June 1904

Selling Out An iron foundry and a mach­ ine shop would be a paying in­ vestment in Minot. Commer­ cial club, attention. Joseph Rowan was offered $1, 300 for two fifty foot lots a block east of the court house. Joe wants $1500 for them and will probably get it. Mrs. Muhs, owner of the As­ toria barber shop, has a parrot of more than ordinary intellig­ ence. Mrs. Muhs taught it to talk, and of course the bird ex­ cels in that particalar. Many acres of land along the river will be farmed this season as the water did not fall in time to allow the farmers to put in the crops. The land is the very best in this part of the state. Jennejohn & Hegeberg will build the foundation for a new cottage which Mrs. Rannie Crane will build on her lots. They also have the contract for the stone work of the new postoffice build­ ing which P. P. Lee is erecting. An aged man at Fargo com­ mitted suicide a few days ago by cutting his throat from ear to ear. He was a former resident of Mayville and 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. — 15 June 1904

5'Sf' Ji '•f it C*1' & Ai 11*' I I*' V*( 1 mt'—'••- ip 1V 111 :1 1 Capacity 200 Barrels Per Day. r»f -T?'j feMeasanI MM. AMONG OUR PAPER MINOT MILLING COMPANY MERCHANT AND CUSTOM MILLER, INCORPORATED. The Pride of Minot is Ever Popular. Every Sack is Guaranteed to be of Uniform Quality. We Ex­ change Flour for Your Wheat. Briii"- Your Feed to This Mill and Have it Ground The Following Flours and Cereals Always on Hand Pride of Minot, 1st Grade. "C. B." Third Grade. Breakfast Food. Corn Meal. Graham. fc239 Lumber and Farming Implements Can be bought cheaper at L. D.COLTON'S At Burlington, N. D. Than Any Place in Ward County. All kinds of lumber and every Farm Implement needed. All I ask is for you to call and examine stock. ±&SeX3l6»XX&Xi3e3eX%&Xi%96a69& are many attractive patterns. But natu. ally you will like one better than the others. if you are thinking of papering you had better choose now. Else when you come to select, the very one you prefer may BEGONE. A...

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 June 1904

•'•J.: 'MS: fey* APPLE SCAB. THE Wont DIIMU imi SCAB of the Apple. Thrive* la Daap Barlr Bummer. By B. O. LONOYKAR, Michigan Bxperlr ment Station. The disease of the apple commonly known as "scab" or In some cases as "black spot" Is probably familiar to every jgrower of tbls fruit. It first ap­ pears In spring on the young foliage, producing velvety, olive colored patch­ es. This form is sometimes known as "mildew" or "leaf blight." In severe TVMOtm OK IiUTH. cases the leaves become shriveled ana discolored, eventually falling off. The fungus also attacks the stems of the young aPPles at blossoming time, espe­ cially if the weather at this time is un­ usually cool and motet. This causes the young fruit to shrivel and drop off, often greatly reducing the crop of ma­ ture fruit. The most characteristic effects of this fungous ijanulte, however, are found on the frdtt Itself. Here the spots at first appear much like those on tbe leaves, but as the fruit devel­ ops the fungus works unde...

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 June 1904

& tv is $1 IP m-s t" MINOT MARKETS. RBCTED EVERY WEDNESDAY. •—|8 per ton. tor—lt^c. (8—15c. il—#*.00 per ton. B—56c. eat—No. 1 Northern*85c. Leat—No. 2 Northern 82c. 3—00c. LX—60c. jlta—80c. per cwt. rley—No. 3 38c. tatoes—91.00. life Wulfa Liriag? A ska many a"ooor pain-racked oa .rrh. luns and tthroat sufferer after eary months and perhaps years of ltold agony. We answer re*. (or If will use H. W. BARKER S CMgh, Cats rrh and CMWimpdM Remedy will surprise~youXn your changed sedition. There ia no medicine like .. Try it at McCOY'S DRUG STORE. Maaefactand at Sparta, Wit. Haramaiker. E. Morstad, a competent nessmaker, has opened a liness in the Union hotel ck with Melander Bros. He had many years' experience a harneumaker and repairer, will make harness to order, work is turned out quickly 1 well. 4-4t WANT COLUMN VST. Bade sells steanship tickets. •and scrip Per sale. C. A. Johnson. W. Jones Has just received 100 tons he best grade ef blacksmith coal, ttf W. Barken Ceugh Catarrh ...

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. — 15 June 1904

Last week Evan S. Taylor and his efficient deputy H. G. Proctor spent several days going thru the Ward county books at tne court house in this cit^r and all because of a rumor sent out by political demagogues to the ef­ fect that the books were in a mixed up condition and as a re­ sult of a rigid examination on June 11, 1904, a state examiner has thfs to say: Frank Sprague is the Champion. The meeting of the State Sports men's association was held in this city Tuesday and Wednes­ day. One of the best shoots ever hefd in the state was the result. Hirshey from Minneapolis, the champson trap shooter of the world was here and while he did not participate for money,* he did some very good work. The loving cup was won by Cap Maine of Cando. The state individual champion­ ship was hoty contested. Fer­ guson of Grand Forks, The Minot, Cando and Grand Forks teams contested for the Trophy. The Minot team won, by nine birds. The local shooters were Parker, Grow, Moore and Mitten. The Minot boy...

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. — 15 June 1904

Indians Drunk. Four Indians were arrested on circus day for drunkeness. They claimed to have been drinking pop, but there were a large per centage af alcohol mixed in it. The parties who sold them the stuff are known and will undoub­ tedly be arrested by the federal authorities.—Devils Lake Inter Ocean. Examine the County Baoks. State Examiner E. S. Tyler and Depnty Mr. Proctor arrived in this city Thursday and spent several days auditing the books of County Auditor Larson and County Treasurer Williams. The men are lightning when it comes to going over books and they do their work thoroughly. Closing out of Ready-made Clothing AT COST At the Big A complete line of good shoes at a biff discount, also hats, caps and all kinds of dry goods. These goods are all staple but will be sold. Come in and inspect them, then yon will know bet­ ter the bargains I offer. We will not be undersold in groceries. Our expenses are not as large as that of others, therefore we can save you money. NYHUS &...

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. — 15 June 1904

First Prize, Second Prize, Third Prize, Bath Rooms, Up-to-date Furnishings, Competent Workmen. Everything new but the barbers. Jt South entrance, below M. Jacobson's Hardware Store, C. JACOBSON & CO. General Hardware Stoves and Ranges MINOT, N. DAK SOME CHOICE RELINQUISHMENTS FOR SALE, IF TAKEN AT ONCE, ON THE FINEST LANDS IN THE FAMOUS MOUSE RIVER LOOP. Call and Look Over Our Lists or Write. I have some fine deeded farms for sale in Ward, McHenry or Bottineau counties. §1200 to §3000 a quarter section. MEMBER CENTRAL, ASSOCIATION Loans made at lowest rate, No delay. I can make your final proofs JOHN A. DONOVAN GLEN BURN, N. D. THE AfEIWCENAN WALKS 112,500""" IN /I TIME GOPHER TAILS. $23.00 IN PRIZES The largest number of Gopher Tails delivered at Grow Clothing Co/st store at Minot up to July 4th will receive the following prizes: Men's or Boys' Suit, Guar­ anteed to Fit, Worth Shoes, Hat, or Furnishing Goods to the Value of We Have the Most Complete Line of Men's, Boy's and Chi...

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. — 15 June 1904

MI NOT, The Flood Gates of Heaven. As Marshall McClure would say were he running- the Optic, the flood gates of heaven were opened again Thursday night and cop­ ious showers fell over the north­ west. For the fifth time the crop would be saved, and Mac would be wading in clover to his knees. Without any joking, Ward county has been drenched during the past two weeks, four inches or more of water having fallen. The rains came in just the time it was needed, and many of the farmers believe that if we do not get but another shower or two at the right time, the small grains will make themselv­ es and this country will see a bumper crop. The Hoboes are Here. The hoboes have struck Minot right. Every day dozens of them may be seen within the city limits drinking and carousing. Their favorite rendezvous is in the woods just north of the G. N. tracks. They beg quarters and dimes from the citizens of Minot and even go to the homes for food. They are all able bodied men and the Independent re...

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. — 22 June 1904

4 FFICIAL PAPER CMjrvf Mhnt. tm f. $ I $ Uii)iiii)1)Htil [400,000 ACRES MAY »iC $ •. Jfpvfr French*States That the Benefits Would be Great—Would Make Dam at Des Lacs Lake and one South of Graa viDe—Would Cost the Farmers Little* The farmers of the Mouae River |Loop, while they do not at this particular time hare reason to long for irrigation, are much in­ terested in the project and if the proposition is reported onfaror ^/ably by the surveyors who are •M here now, it is probable that an J.* association will be formed, and 'the government will go ahead with the work of building the King and the Queen dams. Mr. French, the head engineer re­ garding the affair said to an In­ dependent representative: "I am not prepared to say at this time whether the plan is feasable or not or what it will cost the farmers. There are perhaps400, 000 acres of land that can be ir­ rigated. Supposing ^the work should cost a million dollars. That would cost the farmers $2.50 an acre to have their land irr...

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. — 22 June 1904

vr* REGULAR MEETING OF CITY, COUNCIL. y. June 6th, 1904. Joseph Roach, mayor, present. O. M. Champlin, Alderman, 3rd WARD, present. K. W. Davidson, Alderman 1st ward, absent. D. C. Greenleaf, Alderman, 2nd ward, present. G. O. Frank, Alderman, 2nd ward, present. Wm. Heatherton, Alderman. 1st ward, present. T, T. Jacobson, Alderman, 3rd ward, present. Moved by D. C. Greenleaf and seconded by O. M. Champlin that the minutes of previous meeting be approved. Motion carried. Moved by D. C. Greenleaf and second­ ed by O. M. Champlin that offer of C. C. Gowran & Co., of Grand Forks to loan the City of Minot, N. D., 88000.00 for a period of 20 years with interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum payable semi-annually from date be accepted and the mayor and city auditor be author­ ized to enter into a written contract, with said C. C. Gowran & Co., to read as follows: This Agreement, Made this 6th day of June A. D. 1904 by and between the City of Minot in the County of Ward and St...

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. — 22 June 1904

First Prize, Second Prize, Third Prize, Bath Rooms, Up-to-date Furnishings, Competent Workmen. Everything new but the barbers. South entrance, below M. Jacobson's Hardware Store. Loans made at At the Opera House. The Hopewell-Portfolio Co., will present at the opera house Friday night E. S. Williard's great success, the Middleman, with the brilliant young actor, Wm. V. Mong, in the title role. A special matinee on Saturday afternoon for the ladies and children. Polite Vaudeville is interspersed between acts. This is an evenly balanced company, having made a very successful tour thru the principal cities of the Dakotas- Baby Wolfs is Dead. The little ten month's old baby of Prof, and Mrs. Wolfe passed away Sunday morning after a brief illness. The baby had how­ ever always been frail and a number of times it was feared that it could not live. The funer­ al wa& held from the home Mon­ day afternoon, burial at Rose Hill cemetery. The Independent joins the entire community in extend...

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. — 22 June 1904

vY5fl r# Capacity 200 Barrels Per Day. f' srr ,A 8 /'j'C 5/ MINOT MILLING COMPANY MERCHANT AN1 CUSTOM MILLER. INCORPORATED. PfJEoyMfflmaR- The Pride of Minot is Ever Popular. Every Sack is Guaranteed to be of Uniform Quality. We Ex­ change Flour for Your Wheat. Briii": Your Feed to This Mill and Have it Ground The Following Flours and Cereals Always on Hand Pride of Minot, 1st Grade. "C. B." Third Grade. Breakfast Food. Corn Meal. Graham. $ At Burlington, N. D. AMONG OUR PAPER Than Any Place in Ward County• All kinds of lumber and ever}* Farm Implement needed. All I ask is for you to call and examine stock. are many attractive patterns. But natur alljr you will like one better than the others. if you are thinking cf papering you had better choose now. Else when you come to select, the very one you prefer may BE GONE. At present our assortment is complete enough for anybody. But the patterns are so new and pretty that many are buying more than they intended. Besides, the prices are s...

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. — 22 June 1904

ift/' THE DEVILS LAKE RESERVATION TO BE OPENED. The president, today signed the proclamation opening ior settlement the Devils Lake re­ servation. Registration will be­ gin August 8 at both Devils Lake and Grand Forks, and will run until August 20. The drawings will begin Aug. 24 at Devils Lake. It is provided that the entries must be made at the Devils Lake land office beginning at9o'clock a. in., Sept. (J, to proceed at the rate of 50 per day for GO days, after the expiration of which period any land remaining unen­ tered will be suject to homestead entry on payment of $4.50 per ere, as provided by act of con­ gress, Only qualified home­ steaders will be allowed to parti­ cipate in the drawing and all persons must register for them selve except lionorablydischarged soldiers and sailors, who will be entitled to maice homestead en ry. These may register by agent, but the agent cannot represent more than one such soldier or sailor. The entrymen must be required to pay for the land at...

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. — 22 June 1904

a m- 4' f? 1 4 !?j" f- f|'* illll "m f. 111. Norwich Items. We had a splendid rain thru this locality this week which was worth thousands of dollars to the farmers. A. J. and Tom Doherty are visiting our barber, Ed. Doherty. Rev. Warn who was secured as minister to the Presbyterian church arrived with his car of goods Wednesday, lie has mov­ ed in the house formerly occupied by W. F. Shields and son. Constipation causes two-thirds of all sickness in the world. Why suffer when Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well and keep you well? 35 cents. Tea or tablot form. A.. S.Blakey Announcement. TI hereby announce myself as a candidate for County Com­ missioner for the second district, subject to the Democratic County Convention and if elected I will do my duty regardless of any­ thing politically or non-politi cally, to the best of my ability. Yours truly, John Botz, Jr. Taken up—Three calves last week at my home Section 17, 157-83. Owner may have same by paying costs and for t...

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. — 22 June 1904

Jmi* id the State. hieres are robbing farm ses near Lasford. [kfc Ross of Bow bells seeded 34acres with three horses. The Bottineau Courant is get­ ting up anew map of the county. Three hundred North Dakotans have registered at the St Louis Fair. A Stanley blacksmith stumbled over a rope with which a horse was fastened and broke his arm. A Devils Lake man talked too freely about some ladies and now' he is under #300 bonds. Little Chas. Hughes was drowned at Willow City while trying to save a companion older thann than himself. The body of Paul Peterson was found in a manger of his barn at Balfour. He had been murdered three weeks before with an ax. The Bismarck Tribune says McClure's Politician is defunct. Mac says not and he expects to get out the next issue along about New Years or before. An organized robbed robbers shack of Glenburn. ang of shack Bert Green's everything in it, at Hall, the Canadian agent, lost a good harness from his shack and a young woman school teacher had al...

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. — 22 June 1904

f: ^v:'' #•$? V* 1 Mr fa I t'5i $ "sS&Mfi* IV .%•: .m THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBUSHBD KVKKY WSDNBSDAY. TRUAX.& COLCORD. C. F. TRU AX, PDBLISHM. a. D. COLCORD, EDITOE. •NTKRED JUNE 18, 1902, AS 8KOOND-OLA98 MATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT JF CONGRESS OB" 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 fl.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 ars paid. Would End His Life. John McCoy, who arrived at Donnybrook recently from ...

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. — 22 June 1904

.| MINOR TOPICS 5 The teachers' institute closed Friday. R. H. McAneny, of Ross, has 115 acres of grain. Axel Nelson left for Eugene, Ore., Monday night to live. Rev. Mr. Nilsen is conducting a month's term in Norweigan. The engine has arrived for the new creamery and is being placed. Many farmers north of town report their strawberries looking fine. The Minot Bottling Works Co., reports receiving 110 orders last week. The railroad team will repres­ ent Minot in the Fourth of July game. Wm. Crowder, of Ross, has 100 head of cattle and 140 acres of grain. Mothers, don't forget our children's matinee Saturday afternoon. Geo. C. Hunt, inspector of gen­ eral land of ice agents was in the city last week. P. P. Lee is in Chicago as a delegate to the National Republi­ can convention. Eddie Tresland captured five wolves in Torning and received $ 18.50 for their scalps. Those cement crossings over the Soo tracks on Main street area great improvement. For Sale-^-A Jersey cow and Jersey yearli...

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. — 22 June 1904

1 ,i f-'i Kf r« I:,' MI NOT, Hiddenwood. (From the Budget) J. E. Erb made a trip to Mi not this week after fence wire and other supplies. G. G. Lefferson went to Minot this week and brought out lumber for a shack to bui'din this neigh­ borhood. The Hiddenwood freight was a double header this week on ac­ count of having to get the sup­ plies for the picnic. Milt Smith and Jack the Ripper went through here this week with horses for Jack Nichols which they had rounded up 011 Shell Creek. Henry Garbmaker came Mrs. J. H. fluntzinger and Miss Myrtle went to Minot Tues­ day after supplies for picnic day and expect to feed all the hungry ones who may not have any bas­ kets to bring except a bread basket. Mrs. Richards went to Minot on Thursday and expects to go to Mohall to recover soniehorses which were stolen from the ranch last fall or that strayed away and were caught by some one and sold. Burt Township Election. The election in Burt township Wednesday resulted in the elec­ tion of the ...

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. — 29 June 1904

ft ONLY OFFICIAL PAPERl Of The Cily of Minot. I IP yff II y§ 4'' S fet. $ CD It is Not a Matter of Plate, Paper and Cards That Make a Good Photograph But thorough knowledge, experience and the "know how/' XT T7* Name is known throughout JCiXlC S Western North Dakota as "the best" (not the ''cheapest") in this part of the State. VAN EXIE, "The*® Photographer, Mi not, IN. D. ENGAGEMENT RINGS. ok 1 We have all kinds of precious stones, set in many beautiful designs and combinations to suit all tastes, all 4 fancies, and all purses, that are gems of the jeweler's and goldsmith's art, & S W. H. REIGHART, The Minot Jeweler. W |t I1 ..jiu'vtei mumimhi ii affanCTcnanxwv ,t»rrr ianaaia SUSPECTED OF THE KILLING OF HIS WIFE Mrs* William Graham, Mother of Chailes Graham of the New York Store, Found Dead Friday Morning* Mrs. William (jraham, wife of a farmer, living' eight miles di­ rectly west of (Jlenburn, was found dead by her three children between the hours of two and three .'Friday mor...

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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