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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 27 July 1904

1 I I «L.J 5'1 1 $! 1 im m-. '.1/ 0*l! R. §& r. pi-\ -JMNetr THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX, PUBLISHES* G. D. COLCOBD, EDITOB. ENTEBKD JUNE 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT OF 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 81.00: 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. Why Roach is a Republican. Mayor .Roach says: 1 am a republican be...

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 July 1904

5 MINOR TOPICS .aregBttgatagftfjif !OiH«WI I ii -"f1 Good Glass Tumbler, suitable for Jelly, each Good Glass Tumbler, larger, each 3 Jelly Tumbler, with tin cup, well finish­ ed, each 3 Boyd Caps for Fruit Jars, per dozen 2S Fruit Jar Rubbers, per dozen, 10 and Glass Lemon Squeezer Miss Tena Weagant returned to her old home in Ontario after an extended visit at the home of lier brother, John. Judge Murray granted a mar­ riage license to Harry Johnson and Miss Dacotah Wilgus of Surrey a week ago Saturday. Olaf Muus, the White Earth lumber dealer, was an early morning visitor in Northestern Metropolis N orth Dakota's Saturday. Bananas may not grow in North Dakota, yet but you can buv them, the very best ones, at the Bon-ton. W. E. Johnson, Prop. All fruits in season. Miss Flora Moore who was learning the art of nursing at a hospital in Minneapolis, is home. She was compelled to quit the work on account of failing health. Minot, The Minot Creamery Is Now Ready for Business. LOANS A O N...

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 July 1904

lOditorially speaking. Mr. Con­ science recognizes tlio fact that man is a dual beiu-i'. There is that in him which is akin to the brutes by which lie is surround­ ed. There is that in him which raises, him above the brutes, stamps him with humanity and links him to Deity. The mission of Mr. Conscience is to develop to the highest possible degree the human, or I should say, the Divine life in men. To accom­ plish this purpose the first lesson that we are taught in Mr. Con­ science is that we must subdue our passions, if we would im­ prove ourselves in manhood. Our passions were given us to become our servants, and not our masters. In this respect they are like fire and water: when controlled, they are not only useful, but are absolutely necessary to our comfort and happiness. In fact, they are in­ dispensable to our existence. But, when uncontrolled, they be­ come mighty engines of destruc­ tion they are then our most un­ relenting and deadly enemies. We are taught that we must subd...

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 July 1904

MINOR TOPICS Jack Murphy, tlie (Jlenburn hotel man, visited the metropo­ lis Friday. Henry l\ Webber and family have been visiting- relatives in Frankiin Co., Minn. Lunches at Auslander's new bakery. Everything neat, clean and up-to-date. The windows in the house at Tang-edahl Bros." ranch were all broken out by the hail in Sun­ day's storm. The young- ladies of the Epis­ copal church mve a lawn social on Dr. Storey lawn Thursday evening, a large crowd attend ing. Gus Stetman, a carpenter sharpened his hand axes Thurs­ day night then Friday morning cut a slash in one of hands across the fingers. We understand that three bar­ rels of beer were stolen from the (Jreat Northern yards last week. The beer could not have been consigned to anyone in Minot, the prohibition center of the state. They "do tell" that old Bill Mumoy has a liankerin' for the Judgeship of the Eighth Judi­ cial district, and there bein^ so much trouble to select a suitable candidate, the honors may fall ubon those w...

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 July 1904

j?. f&V: V'! .' Kc» PfS: W'-.r S Vr s? X, THE TICKET. Presidential Electors—B. S. Russell. Stutsman Roger Allin, "Walsh: Sam'l Richardson, Ward J. F. V. Keibert, Oliver. Governor—E. Y. Sarles. Traill. Lieutenant Governor—David Bartlett. Coopersf own. Congress Thomas F. Mar­ shall, Oakes A. J. Gronna, La kota. Justices Supreme ("ourt—X. C. Young. Cass Edward Engerud, Cass. Secretary of State— E. F. Por­ ter. Melville. Auditor—H. L. Holmes, Rath gate. Treasurer—A. Peterson. Sar­ gent. School Superintendent—W. L. Stockwell. Walsh. Attorney General—C. X. Frich. Lakota. Insurance Commissioner—E. C. Cooper, Grand Forks. Commissioner of Agriculture— AY. C. Gilbreath. Morton Railroad Commissioners—C. S. Diesem. La Moure, chairman John Christ ianson, 'Mc Ilenrv Eric Stafne, Richland. The above is the result of the state convention held at Grand Forks. The most excitement was caused over the nomination of A. J. Gronna, of Lakota, for Congress. Benton F. Spalding who has been Congressman f...

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 July 1904

Adulterated and Misbranded food Products. I, E. P. Ladd, Chemist of the North Dakota Government Agricultural Ex­ perimental Station and Food Com missionertof North Dakota, do hereby certify that the list of food products en­ umerated herein have been analyzed and the Bame found to be adulterated within the meaning of the Pure Food Law as sh6wn in each individual case. I furth­ er affirm that this is-a true and correct list to the best of my knowledge. (Signed) —E. F. Ladd, Food Commissioner, North Dakota Covernment Experimenter Station. Sworn and subscribed to beforo me this the 12th day of July, 19o4. Notarial seal affixed. Commission expires April J, 1906. (Signed) —Claude E. Nugent, Notary Public, Cass county, N D. PRESERVES, JAMS, JELLIES, ETC. strawberries, peerless brand, C. H, 1198 1547 1586 1587 1588 1589 1593 1615 1705 J7o6 1707 1708 1721 1726 1727 185s 1834 t. vyr 1842 1845 I860 1866 188s 1897 1899 19o3 1935 1936 1941 1957 Pearson Packing Co., Baltimore, Md., contains sali...

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 July 1904

Around the State/ Mandau Pioneer: We may rea­ sonably expect two million bush­ els of wheat to be harvested on the Missouri slope this season. This will be a large ndvaneeovei the heaviest crop heretofore grown. There are -Mil patients confined in the state hospital for the insane, 285 men 176 women. There are sixty seven names on the pay roll. The hospital is said "to be in a spendid condition in everv wav. Extension Assured. The Mohall branch will be ex­ tended 11% miles north to Section 103-85,'then straight west to Section 34 1G3-8G in all 20 miles The work will begin at once and will be completed in (50 days. A force of workmen are already on the ground and a large equipment is on the road. A. Guthrie & Co.. will have charge of the grad- Sells Out.Mose.5 The well known reai estate firm of Moses & Sons have sold their offices at (ilenburn with their business to Shepherd & Merrill, who have just started business there. The Moses family intend leaving this state. Ths p...

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 July 1904

PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commis­ sioners of Ward County, North Dakota. S [CONTINUED. ^fthe petition of Owen Hecker and otli •-ers, were, on motion of Commissioner iSwnnson, duly seconded, rejected for the reason that said road would lead to a private bridge. Carried. The application of the Minot Optic for the printing of the delinquent tax list, ^was, on motion of Commissioner Swan mn' seconded by Commissioner Torbonson, laid over until the next fnoeting. Carried. Commissioner Torbenson moved that the bit! of the Bovey-Shute Lumber Co., •for bri3go piling, be accepted and a con­ tract entered into, which motion was duly seconded and carried. I On motion the Board at 6 o'clock ad journed until 9 a. m. ,R WEDNESDAY'S SESSION. July 13th, 1004. Tho Board met as per adjournment with all the members present. Com­ missioner Wallin in the chair. On 'motion of Commissioner Black, duly seconded by Commissioner Torben­ son, the report of the' committee on the following road was accep...

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 July 1904

I f'- 4 •5 "t *-V kmtg Oar Exchanges, WW? WW Thursday ot' last week Osear Vensel shot his do«- who showed all signs of hydrophobia. He was coming to town wh»n the dog commenced to jump into the air, run in a circle, snapping and barking and running around the horses.—Palermo Standard. I'. M. Tansem informed us this morning that a hobo at­ tempted to beat his way from Fargo to Grand Forks by con­ cealing himself in the stove room in the day coach. The night being chilly the steam was turned on and r. hobo nearly suffocat­ ed before the conductor let him out.1—Flaxton Ejagle. That strawberries can be raised in Williams and Allred counties ^oes without successful contra­ diction, as am^)ie evidence to the fact is furnished by A. W. Mann, of Dore, who left at the Buford postotfice, oa Saturday last, ten specimen berries—Perfection and "Belle of La Crosse—from his garden wjiose combined weight was 10 ounces. The largest berry measured 4% inches in cir­ cumference. Mr. Mann and sev­ eral ...

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. — 3 August 1904

•r^n"1 f-' *.• k' rv Yv 4- :'v: :\^%-rw 2,400 yy Berthold* Horses vs. Human Beings. The Mohall Flyer was stopped at Peering last Thursday night and the engine sent back to Granville to pick up several car loads of horses to be used in the grading of the extension. The train arrived at Deering at 7 o'­ clock. The engine did not get back from Granville until 3 o'­ clock the next morning and did liMP! '•*& '«'^iiw[^*^jdiM|iy!^ rare •r v*\ i^w BERTH OLD LODGE .v NO. 72 A. F. & A. M. Minot Lodge Attends Meeting in a Body I and is Royally Entertained—Given a Ride Over Fine Country Surrounding Berthold lodge No. 72, A. F. & A. M. was duly consecrated Tuesday night, July 26, and a full set of officers installed. Right Worshipful Grand Master, T. E. Fox, conducted the ceremonies. The members of the Minot lodge attended in a body, and on ar­ riving at Berth old, they were met at the station by the Broth­ ers of the newly dedicated lodge and were escorted at once to their neat and ...

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. — 3 August 1904

•vtVf.".- r..: •,.. "$ ,, THE WARD C0. INDEPENDENT PDIUIHID IVIRY WID2IUDAY, TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX, G. D. COLCOBD, The Ward County Independent, eight pages, all home print, is the only official paper of the City of Minot and the only Cfounty 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. After all those rumors it de­ velops that the Japs did not take Port Arthur, just had a few pre­ liminary fights and are still 11 miles from the forts. Denneen in Illinois and Folk in Missouri,[candidates for governor of those two sta...

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. — 3 August 1904

I A S. H. Sleeper of Mohall was here Tuesday. L. S. Mallorv, architect, Minot N. D. tf. Prof. Kognlie played an en­ joyable violin solo at the M. E. church Sunday night. A. J. Brunner has been out to his ranch where he superintended putting up 200 tons of fine hay. A first class Ave chair barber outfit for sale. W. E. Johnson, Miuot, N. I). L. A. Larson, John W nil in and Miss Daly, constituting the board of appraisers for school lands, went to White Earth Tuesday. Jack Taylor who was married in Putnam, Minn., two months ago, was chara varied at his home north of Burlington Sunday night. He passed a jug and oth­ er refreshments. J. O. Barsness, one of the jury­ men, was at his hhme northeast of town last night and started his binder in his barley field. He will begiu cutting forty acres of oats Monday. The farmers are all cutting their barley and will be at the oats next week We wish to call attention to the New York store ad which may be found on the front page. The store makes a 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. — 3 August 1904

t- g-- ft: i. ii: ir I! is&«' t®8 wte CHAS. W. COLLIER ft#)•'!: A FREE MAN. Velva Mai Suspected of Araoa Cravlctcd ol Ike and Later Qivea his Cturfe Is F*cedom Friday. CIris. W. Collier of Velva who has been in the county jail in this city for 856 days, was given his freedom Friday night, and Sun­ day left for the home of his father at Velva where he will assist in the harvesting ql over 200 acres of gTain. Young (.'oilier has been in the jail so long that it seemed like home to him. In fact he hardly realized that he was a prisoner. He was a trusty so to speak and assisted materially about the jail. He spent only forty days of this term as a sentence, the balance of the time he was awaiting trial Collier was charged with arson and little could be proven against him. The evidence was purely circumstantial and everyone was surprised when the jury at Town­ er brought in a verdict of guilty. Collier was so attached to the place that when given his freedom lie remained two days long...

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. — 3 August 1904

CHAS. W. COLLIER 4 A FREE MAN. Velva Maa Suspected of Arson and Later Convicted of the Charge Is Given Ffeedom Friday. Ms ('has. W. Collier of Velva who has been in the county jail in this city for 8.10 days, was given his freedom Friday night, and Sun­ day left for the home of his father at Velva where he will assist in the harvesting qf over 200 acres of grain. Young Collier has been in the jail so long that it seemed like home to him. In fact he hardly realized that he was a prisoner. 1 Ie was a trusty so to speak and assisted materially about the jail. He spent only forty days of this term as a sentence, the balance of the time he was awaiting trial Collier was charged with arson and little could be proven against him. The evidence was purely circumstantial and everyone was surprised when the jury at Town­ er brought in a verdict of guilty. Collier was so attached to the place that when given his freedom he remained two days longer than he was supposed to stay. Free Homes For Th...

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. — 3 August 1904

TVIINOR TOPICS S The Granville creamery opened Monday. Editor Burke of Kenmare was in the city Friday. Guy Frank is spending a few days at the ranch. The Optic is proud of the ene­ mies she has made. I lev. Mr. Dexter is the new pas­ tor at the Baptist church in Mi not. Countv Auditor Larson was confined to the house Saturday by illness. fra, Olson, the hustling mer­ chant from Palermo, was in Mi not on business Friday. A restaurant in this city bears the sign, "Live while you live, for you will be a long time dead." W. C. Richards of Granville has harvested his barley which he be­ lieves will go 50 bushels to the acre. The Optic states that Fred Johnson, who worked there for some time, skipped leaving many debts. The White Earth Record is running double column editorials but Marshall McClure did not write them. A. S. Blakey has a handsome window display of birds and squirrels. He is making sales of birds every day. R. H. McAneny, of Ross, has the contract of building an ele­ vator ...

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. — 3 August 1904

^»^ftA"m:'.r'r r^iMiMnD •3^- %%%%M MINOR TOPICS PICS The Granville creamery opened Monday. Editor Burke of Kenmare was in the city Friday. Guy Frank is spending a few days at the ranch. The Optic is proud of the ene­ mies she has made. Ilev. Mr. Dexter is the new pas­ tor at the Baptist church in Mi not. Countv Auditor Larson was confined to the house Saturday by illness. Wm, Olson, the hustling mer­ chant from Palermo, was in Mi not on business Friday. A restaurant in this city bears the sign, "Live while you live, for you will be along time dead." W. C. Richards of Granville has harvested his barley which he be­ lieves will go i0 bushels to the acre. The Optic states that Fred Johnson, who worked there for some time, skipped leaving many debts. The White Earth Record is running double column editorials but Marshall McClure did not write them. A. S. Blakey has a handsome window display of birds and squirrels. He is making sales of birds every day. R. H. McAneny, of Ross, has the co...

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. — 3 August 1904

••& ]P|E!fe:M *t pi IS' 1L Wly:.'.'- $•:'•' .gtj. IV-: if.. & %•. #k I§ •fi&n, IS •,8#& 1 ^, &£•/ '. :lli|piWi|i^PWWWPBiWWWP»WMWipi|ffPWHIi^^^ yw .m i.ij i. 14 W'h Mr. Jones does not believe that the way to eliminate crime from a community is to foster educa­ tion. That may help. '•'One of the saddest things which a minister has to put up with." said the preacher, "is a hypocrite in the church." REV. E. JONES UPBRAIDS CITIZENS OF MINOT Mr. Jones noted that he had a big congregation, a mixed one, made up perhaps of people from every phase in life He does not agree with the manner in which the druggist permits are granted and stated that he had proof of the law be­ ing broken. He raked the church member who signed the permits and said the man who signed the permit was as bad as the one who sold the liquor. The Christians, he said, who are so pious in prayer meetings, are responsible for the conditians of things. Methodist Pastor Preaches a Sensational Ser­ mon Sund...

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. — 3 August 1904

-n- ft* INOR TOPICS rohngon is buildinga fine houSI on lots near the court house. Granville has two new lawyers, Scandinavians, fresh from the University ofMinnesota. Rev. J. G. Moore spent Sun­ day at Overholt where the new M. E. church was dedicated. Miss Hendrickson, manager of the hospital, has been spending a few days on her claim at Velva. William Shatton of Newport, N. D. had one of his eyes taken out at the hospital by Dr. Carr last week. The county hospital is under­ going numerous improvements. The walls are being calcimined and the wood work painted. Wanted to buy or rent,—a three or four room cottage. North side of river preferred. Call at Independent Office. The banks of Minot, beginning July 30, close at three o'clock, p. in. and open as usual at nine o'clock in the morning. They do not close at noon. Vaa Truly & Teutsch have the contract for building a #6,000 school house, 32x66 feet, two stories high at Stanley. The structure will be brick. Clarence Parker and wi...

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. — 3 August 1904

I i§ •V.'& •:'-J v?yy. ffe Tta^Fid^mnds downer and Cavalier [will be plaled on the markeVt'Mft over 200,000 lauds near The W tave agreed to wage war on •Sltuutu(f gamblers, grafters anlK iifefc jockets who will likely be in evi lewce at the^peningdf the refei ^rvation. If the police force is fiiot adequate, there isf -ft'llile^ qUijjpiea-militia company to be jrought out. Ilohd&t home- feCT&a'imo woine of tfoishsnch* TWgmonsonef^moltimZ decree granting the divorce tnd did not hear of the divorc* intil 1903 when she5 employe* ittornemto haye^ ths miym'c Vacated. "An itypHmttoir Af at made to Judge Paid a \vliuj,iejdj the divorce to be valid. Ah ap .Hil talven to the supreme* frourt wtiich has just lield thd.di' force to be inyalid GLENBURN Contractor Marrs is, buHdjiilg large addition to Sifiums & Beaton's'store:' 'if: John Windrelis puildiim' two cottages in thiA-it-. uolnr" wifH evidently be securing- a bii-d for l^ne of Ins cages soon. (ilenburn \ill protuibl^ lW'M...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 3 August 1904

«H»CI.U.ATIQN •HHUPOTZ, JR. WN THE WEI WROTE WEED QUESTION Nortfc Prairfc Fimr Olvc» the Lul Sptci totw Salar-PlcxM Blow—Qlm Qottf Hlato oa RMdlag the Laid the Nat. North Prairie, July 2D, '04. Editor Independent: 1 read an article in the Optic regarding foul weed seen by J. H. Scofield. The Optic wants the farmers to do everything. The farmers not only have to keep their own down, but have to see alter the weeds of the speculators and cheap homesteaders who have a few acres broken and growing in weeds. I know of a few fields owned by a class—not farmers—who let their field8 grow into abed of weeds and the far­ mers turned around and cut the weeds with their mowing ma chines free of charge, as the own­ ers of the land would not destroy them. And I understand our proper authorities would takeuo action in the matter. Yes, the country isoverrun, and especially with a weed that travels when it is allowed to stand until it is ripe and the wind allowed to carry it over the country back an...

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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