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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 15 April 1903

SECURE A_FREE HOME In the Fertile Wheat Fields of Western Canada. To the Editor: The emigration ot Well-to-do farmers from the United States to the Canadian Northwest has |'\ned such proportions that organ efforts are now being made by bested persons and corporations to stem the tide. The efforts are being initiated chiefly by railway and real estate interests in the states from which the bulk of the emigration takes place. The movement of population has taken from numerous states thou­ sands of persons whose presence along railways in these states made business for the transportation com­ panies. The movement has also be­ come so widely known that it has pre­ vented the settlement of vacant lands along these lines, parties who might have located there being attracted to the free and more fertile lands of Can­ ada. The result of the movement has been that the railway companies not only see the vacant lands along their lines remain vacant, but they also see hundreds of substantial fa...

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 April 1903

JAS. JOHNSON, Attorney at Law, Proofs Made and Con­ tests Defended. R2ING YOUR BOOTS AND SHOES TO Herman L,indborg. TO HAVE THEM REPAIRED. With J. W. Samuelson, Nash Building. Notice for Publication. Department of tho Interior, land offi cc at Minot, N. D., March Kith, JtKVi. Notico is herein' given that the follow­ ing named settler has tiled notice of his intention to mako final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John Lynch Clerk of the District Court,for Ward County X. 1)., at Minot,,N. D., on April, 24th 1003, viz: 1 JOHN PEKI.IOHEK H. E. No. 7070, for the SE Sec 4, Twp. 150 rnnjje 81. He names the follo'viiiR witnesses to prove his con­ tinuous residence upon and cultivation said land, viz: John Bradley. Gilbert Bradley Doupail Mi-Douyall, Louis Perlichek all of Bur­ lington, .V. D. It. C. SA:UO:SN, Resistor. 3 IS 4-22 CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Minot, N. D., March 6, I'JO.'!. A sufficient contest...

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. — 29 April 1903

h* V-j* i-' '4H $j ill rrjst' -V .,o v,i WARD CO INDEPENDENT Thuax & C'olcokd. Publishers. Ml NOT, Ward Co., N. D. The Balkan war cloud has been throwing out a few lightning flashes of late. Bruin will want a good long vaca­ tion to rest up after these strenuour days are ever. Sir Thomas Lipton is still thinking tbout the American cup: "Thou art so near and yacht so far." For ten women who are willing to deceive a man there are another ten who only deceive themselves. If New Jersey gets the divorce trade as well as the trust business she can pay dividends to her former taxpayers A New York man has been laughing for forty-eight hours. He ought to tell us the joke. It must be too good to keep. Working hard, spending little and saving all you can will beat any of the get-rich-quick schemes so far in' vented. The mad mullah has lost 400 cam­ els in battle with British troops. At this rate his recent "hump" will soon be gone. It looks as if Balfour might be twitched off into the hous...

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. — 29 April 1903

Office and sheds, No. Ramstad St. |j Telephone 97. Prfi ajr TV^nSTTc/ 1 LOANS. FINAL PROOFfS. FARM LANDS. 9rSSnnS^9rSrF(-SJ^SrirS^ 5 ^Gm®1 1. A. L1DSTR0M MERCHANT TAILOR :.?i We Will Loan You Money On your land. 10 PER CENT STRAIGHT. No bonus. You get your money when you sign the papers. We Will MaKe Your Final Proof 1 WE WILL SELL YOU LAND ON EASY PAYMENTS. 4 LeSueur (SL Bradford, Minot, N. D. Hard, Soft and Lignite Coal, Hocking Valley Coal. ktf %g I U/AAH Dry Tamarack,. Oak* Pop IlUUl/ lar and Jack Pine Strictly Up-to-Date Styles S,Prices Reasonable. Get !.-your clothes made to order and have them right. •Clothes scoured and pressed. ,.f*t McQEE & COYfcfi, Attorneys At Law* a in S at an 4 Federal Courts. :i GEORGE McGEE, R.W.JONES *«•$ •®4®4®#®#®4®4®4®4 •®®4®^®#®4®4®4®4®^® •ffi4®4®4®4* Go to the New Drug Store For Drugs, Medicines, Per fun*wv, Toilet Articles, Cigars ••©•©•©•O# ©•©•©•©•©•©•©•©•$©• other fc?| S^"" »&£ :S Je«#* is assisting &pp. He W. B. Hawley. to say ...

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. — 29 April 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. I PALDA ON THE BENCH. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX &. COLCORD. F. TRUAX, FUIILISHKR. (J. 1). CONCORD, EDITOR. ENTEKED JUNE 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, K. D., ACT OF COKGKFC^S OF MARCH 3, 1870. 1 1 I Wateriord Township. Hathway will sow 100 acres of flax. W. M. New will put in 10J acres of •flax. Bill Sourc will have a postoffico at his place. Seed potatoes aro scarco on North Prairie. John Heinze's oats aro coming up nico sigce the rain. Bill Goffe is getting tired of baching and wants a cook. J. T. Locderback haa the nicost match team in the township. We had a tine rain Thursday. The farmers are rejoicing over it. John Heinzc wants a girl to raise. He don't care if she is 35 years old. John Heinzs is the champion sod broaker. He is breaking for Miss Front. Jocob Neff took the pictures of the farms of J. T. Loederback und John Heinze. Sam Overshiner is working for jVliss Hartig and his wife is putting in the crop at home. T...

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. — 29 April 1903

-••WW Minor Topics Klax 94 cents. Gus Ludtke says his wheat fields are green. A. G. Koepnick is entertaining his brother from Wisconsin. Ed Kelley is the ice man again. His new wagon is on the way. Eugene Teutsh will build a six room cottage for Jas. Longer man. A big girl arrived at the home of J. W. Rode Tuesday morning, Dr. Crokat in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hill, are happy over the arrival of a daughter, April 12. Stephen Gulseth will haul his "guests to the Minot Scandina­ vian Hotel in a bus hereafter. A May Basket Social will be given in the M. E. church Friday night to which all are invited. A Presbyterian church was or­ ganized Sunday at Walter by Rev. Sherwin and Rev. Harris. Nels Tufureson is building an­ other tenant house near the park He has 25 such houses in Minot. Minot's malt joints were closed so tightly Thursday night that even a crow bar could not reopen them. The remains Wm. A. Cunning­ ham, of Burlington, killed in the mine, were shipped to Fairfield, Iow...

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. — 29 April 1903

8 The Reward of Service. The sweetest lives are those to duty wed, Whose deeds, both great and small, Are close-knit strands of an unbroken thread, Where love ennobles all. The world may sound no trumpets, ring no bells The Book of Life the shining record tells. .» Thy love shall chant its own beatitudes After its own life working. A child's kiss •Set on thy singing lips shall mako thee glad A poor man served by thee shall make thee rich A sick man helped by thee shall make thee strong Thou shalt be served thyself by every sense -Of service which thou renderest. Tricks With Cards. Let three, five or seven young worn £n stand in a circle and draw a card out of a box, she who gets the high­ est card will be married first of the •company, whether she be at the pres­ ent time maid, wife or widow and she who has the lowest has the long­ est time to stay ere the sun shines on her wedding day she who gets the ace of spades will never bear the name of wife and she who has the nine of hearts...

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. — 29 April 1903

at IM 4U •A* it* |ti vt ii AS. JO HNSON, Attorney at Law« Proofs Made and Con tests Defended. ¥0! II^RIINQ YOUR i. BOOTS AND SHOES TO Herman Undberg.'1 TO HAVE TH£M REPAIRED. With J. W. Samuelson, Nash Building. Don't forget our grocery department for choice, clcan, fresh good. We claim to bo leaders in the grocery line. Lee ALarsen. ,. Notice for Publicatlan. Land OtHco at Minot, N. D., April 13th, 1903, Notico is hereby givon that tho following named sottlcr has filed notico of his intontion to make final proof in .support of his clfum, and that said proof will bo made before Register and Receiver, United States Land otHce of North Dakota, as,Minot, N. I., on May 22,1SI03, via MARGARET BUTTS, (formerly Margaret M. Pike No. 1S516, for tho wH of the se'-i soc. 11, twp. 157, rg. 83. Ho names tho following witnesses to prove his continuous residence' upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Clinton Howoll, Clifford Bell. .T. M. Wilson, Thomas Wilson, all of Lvnch, N. D. R. C. SANBORN, ...

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. — 29 April 1903

HARP TO BEAR. When the back aches land pains so badly, can't work, can't rest, can't sleep, can't eat, lit Is hard to bear. Thousands of aching backs have been relieved and cured. People are learning that backache pains come from disordered kidneys* that Doan's Kidney Pills cure every Kidney ill, cuYe Bladder troubles, uri­ nary derangements, Dropsy, Diabetes, Bright's Disease. Read this testimony to the merit ot the greatest of Kidney Specifics. J. W. Walls, superintendent ot streetB of Lebanon, Ky., living on East Main street in that city, says: "With my nightly rest broken, OW' lng to irregularities of the kidneys suffering intensely from severe pains In the small of my back and through the kidneys, and annoyed by painful ".ssages of abnormal secretions, life vas anything but pleasant for me. No amount of doctoring relieved this condition and for the reason that noth­ ing seemed to give me even temporary lelief, I became about discouraged. Ote day I noticed in the newspapers 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. — 6 May 1903

VOLUME a. NUMBER 3. $14 ,000 ED KELLEY WAS HELD UP. As he Passed the Red Bridge Lite Saturday Night a Thug Arose From the Ditch, and Struck at Him With a Revolver-Lively Fight Followed. Ed. D. Kelley was "assaulted by a highway man near the old creamery, while on his way home at 11 o'clock Saturday night. Just alter passing- the red bridge alone, a man raised himself from the cinders very close to him and struck at his victim with the butt of a revolver. Mr. Kelley was too quick for his assailant and grab­ bed barrel of the gun, keeping- it pointed in a direction away from his body. The thug grabbed Kelley's watch's tearing nearly all the buttons from his vest. Mr. Kelley, who is handy with his feet, gave the man some vig­ orous kicks in the abdominal re­ gion with such telling effect that the man broke loose and ran. Mr. Kelley was unarmed so ran as fast as could in an opposite di­ rection. Coming back to town he secured a revolver and a friend and went on a man hunt but could not ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 May 1903

WARD CO INDEPENDENT Thuax & Cm corp. Publishers. M1XOT, Ward Co.. N. D. Tne winner of the America races Is now in the water. Self-made pedestals area good deal more numerous than self-made men. —Puck. Czar Nicholas would like for once t* take the role of advance agent of prosperity himself. The St. Paul woman that tried sui­ cide by swallowing pennies was cer tainly not penny wise. The baseball player who calls for too many high balls soon finds hi» batting average falling off. A New York society woman has Just paid $1,650 for her spring hat. Don't let your wife read this. Truly, with baseball war,. Venezue­ lan trouble, legislatures and moral reform, these are stirring times. Even royalty has its limitations King Edward is not permitted to smoke more than five cigars a day. The new Chinese minister has seven children. That fact will make him a persona grata at the white house. But does the fact that Lady Gordon was born in this country make her an American? If so, let us have m...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 May 1903

4«*® Office and sheds, No. Ramstad St. Telephone 97. 4 0. A. L1DSTR0M f-5 Practice in State and 3 Federal Courts. :i LOANS. PINAL PROOFS. FARM LANDS. I We Will Loan You Money On your land. 10 PER CENT STRAIGHT. No bonus. You get your money when you sign the papers. We Will Make Your Final Proof WE WILL SELL YOU LAND ON EASY PAYMENTS. LeSueur Si Bradford* -Minot, N. D. Hard, Soft and Lignite Coal, Hocking Valley Coal* wtf «n WAAH Dry Tamarack. Oak, Pop nUvl/ lar and Jack Pine V* R. W.JONES *®4® •©•©•©•Q*®*®#®#®*® •«•©•$•$•* Go to the New Drug Store For Drugs, Medicines, Per fumes, Toilet Articles, Cigars W. B. Hawley. f®*®*® 4SK^SM^-(S)4^M-®4- +®+®+®4*® +®+Gfr®+®4«® WOOD! 'POSTS!} 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 Lignite. I will have fear carloads of slabs and edgings here and will be able to supply my customers promptly. I also ha...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 May 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUnLlSKRD ENTEIJEO KYKKV WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. f. P. Tin-Ax, D. cotroin). 1'CllMSIIEK. KWi'Oit. 18, 1902, AS SECC^.n-CI.ASS MATTEU, POSYvOFKIUE, MINOT.N. I)., ACT OP OONGKEFSS 'OP MARCH .'5, 18(9. The Ten Commandments. Rev. Kd^'ar .Jones pave last Sunday evening at the M. Iv church, the first of a series of ad­ dresses on the above subject. The special theine of the occasion was "Thf One (Jod and Mud Hods."' The speaker pointed out that .Te'iova'i (Jol demand­ ed our worship arid service on the ground of his unique position as the only God and also because, of his redemptive relation to the world. The "Mud Gods" are those whom men substitute in place of the true (Jod. Man by the very nature of his being1 must worship something", and if Jehovah be not the object of that worship, then he will bow toother Gods. Such divinities are called "Mud (iods" because of their cheapness, and the kind of men and women their worship­ pers become. Tho house was cr...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 May 1903

Death of C. C. Cox's Baby. Zekla, tlie nino-months old (Inugiiter of Mi-, and Mrs. ('. Cox, died Thursday after a short illness of water on the brain. The funeral was held from the Presbyterian church Satur­ day afternoon, the service beinji' conducted by Rev. Mr. Rayon. Interment at Rose Hill cemetery. The parents have the sympathy of their many friends over the death of their precious babe. PIgger Plays a Clever Trick. Mike Scan Ion, a Portal piji^ei-, devised a. novel way of »"ettin«' off easy at his trial. Confined within the walls of the county jail, he wrote a, telegram to a friend who was subpoened as a witess on his case, telling him to ski]. He handed the letter with .")() cents to ('. K. Voneida's lit tie son asking him to take the mes saii'e to the telegraph office. The boy i'ave the note llie sheriff's wife instead. Bullet Through The Window. Mrs. Balerud, who resides near St roup's wa/ron factory, was nearly struck by a bullet whi!" enra«red in ?.rettin.v diuner Sun­ da...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 May 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PPDUSKKD ST ICKY WEDNESDAY. TRMAX & COLCORD. P. THUAX, D. COLCORD, l'Tht» Publisher. Editoh. INTKUEI 18, 1902 A3 SECCXD-CLASS MATTEIt, POSTrOFFICE, NINOUVN. D., ACT WCONORE8S 'or MARCH ."5, 1879. The Ten Commandments. Rev. Edgar Jones gave last Sunday evening ut tiio M. E church, the first of a series of ad­ dresses, on the above subject. The special theme of the occasion was One God and Mud Gods."' The speaker [jointed out that Je'iova'i Col demand­ ed our worship and service on the ground of his unique position as the only God and also because of his redemptive relation to the world. The '"Mud Gods" are those whom men substitute in place of the true God. Man by the very nature of his being must worship something, and if Jehovah be not the object of that worship, then he will bow to other Gods. Such divinities are called ''Mud (iods" because of their cheapness, and the kind of men and women their worship­ pers b?come. The house was crowded to the to th...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 May 1903

.mSSt!• |. Minor Topics |S^VVWV% Flax 94 cents. L. W. Wellw will start a paper at Centerville. Owen Heck or is the new post­ master at Logan. Mr. Conklin's barn was burned by a prairie fire at Sawyer re­ cently. A. E. Wolverton has returned from California where lie spent the winter. II. Christopher has raised Ins building1 one story and re­ modeled it. Chas. Tatinan is putting-in 135 Meres of wheat oats and barley _on old ground. The retail merchants associa­ tion is holding a meeting in this city this afternoon. Money to loan on choice Farm ItldS'-J L. McDonald, at Mc 30 & Coylo'.s office, Minot. Mohn S. Hove, a cousin of Mrs. Srane, has accepted a position in lie law office of W. N. Crane. W. N. Crane has moved his law and land office from the Jacob­ ean block to the LeSueur block. V. Nicki4 h, of fynch, has three ..Seeded quarter ctions of g-ood 'land for sale h-^: $2,000 to $5,700. The M. E. church will undergo ,000 worth of improvements. About one-fourth of that amount is ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 May 1903

'.' :,# ?. 't •36® 'isss®. EPg|Pr*S5^ fep' w^tMJ The Mesmerized Ring. Attach a massive gold ring to a «ilk thread about twelve inches long fcnd fasten the other end around the Joint nearest the nail of your right forefinger. Allow the ring to hang about half an inch above the surface of the table, on which you rest your elbow to steady your hand. Hold your finger horizontally, with the thumb thrown back as far as possible from 'the rest of the hand. If there be noth­ ing on the table, the ring will soon become statibnary. Place some sil­ ver coin, three half dollars will do, Immediately below the ring and it will begin to oscillate to and from you. Bring your thumb in contact with your forefinger syid the oscillations will be- 1 Mesmerizing the Ring. tome transverse to their former swing. This may also be effected by letting a girl take hold of your disengaged hand. When the transverse motion is fairly established, l§t a boy take hold of the girl's disengaged hand and the ring will ...

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. — 6 May 1903

Jj •y THE MEN AND THE RAILROAD A CALM REVIEW OF THE CONTEN' TION OF THE EMPLOYE8 WITH THE GREAT NORTHERN. [From Grand Forks Daily HersCld, Wednesday morning, April 29th, 1903, editorial column.] The Matter of Strikes. To strike or not to strike seems to be the question to be decided by the Great Northern trainmen. It is con­ ceded that this is the matter oa which a vote is now being taken all over the system, and the result will be awaited with not a little interest throughout v.lie 3 Northwest. The particular matter of disagree­ ment at this time is the compensation to be paid trainmen for work on dou­ ble-header trains. After a long con­ ference, in which All the subjects in controversy were thoroughly gone over, agreement was reached on every •. point except this, and on this both the t'' committees representing the employes a and the general manager of the road remained firm. The conference was therefore broken off, and the men are $ now voting on whether they will a» ?ept the s...

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. — 6 May 1903

#Fi ip fei fM K* -viS $ tfe -'A k' fe I .'Vjte. ',1 i* t* ai if '1 HE'1'" IfMWW V*i8f. tV« "...' fB1 CONTEST NOTICE. Department of Tho Interior—United States Land Office, Minot, N. D., April 14 1903. A sufficient contest nfRdavit having been til 3d in this otttoo by Mali Ion (*. Antrim contestant against H. E. oi\try No, 7554 made May 6th 1901, for these of Sec. 28, township 156, Run^e 81, by JohriO. Studobaker confcesteo, in which it is alleged that said entry man has wholly abandoned said tract for a per­ iod of more than six month* labt past, and in fact, never did establish residenco thereon and has never cultivated tho same. And that said alleged absen­ ce from said land was not duo to his em­ ployment in the army, navy or marine corps of tho United States a- a private soldier, officer, marine or seaman during the war with Spain or during any other war in which the United States may be engaged. Said parties are hereby noti­ fied to appear, rospond and offer evi­ dence touching ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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