Woman Insane.

Mrs. Broyles was taken to Jamestown to the asylum Wednesday night by her husband and Geo. Hackney. Her mind has been effected for some time and as she imagined that she was likely to kill some member of the family it was thought best to take her there for treatment.

Ward county Independent, 7/20/1904
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CHINAMAN RELEASED

Officers Find They Cannot Hold Celestial Lawfully

Tom Woh, a Minot Chinaman taken up by local police last week on charge of evading the draft, was liberated today because it was discovered that he had not been properly drafted for service to begin with.

Bismarck Tribune, 8/12/1918
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Mott.—Mark Syverud, a local jeweler, was nearly electrocuted by a current of heavy voltage with which he came in contact accidentally while trying to charge the carbonator of his soda fountain.

Washburn Leader, 8/15/1919
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Bisbee.—The little son and daughter of Nik Bishop, farmer, residing near here, found some matches in a pair of overalls hanging in the barn, and entered a wager to see which could build the biggest fire. The boy won. He fled the barn, destroying the building and all its contents, including several gasoline engines, 12 sets of harnesses and more than 1,000 bushels of feed. The loss is partly covered by insurance.

Sioux County Pioneer, 8/1/1918
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John Novoak of Bonhommecounty, {sp} a Bohemian, killed his wife and then blew his own brains out. Domestic infidelity is supposed to have been the cause. He made his will beforehand and meant business. He leaves children by a former wife and was in comfortable circumstances.

Bad Lands Cow Boy, 8/6/1885
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James Shortell, of Burlington, was run over by a hand car and his colar {sp} bone was broken. He is at the hospital.

Ward County Independent, 7/20/1904
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Lightning struck the barn on the A. P. Madson farm southwest of Ryder, burning the structure, and three head of horses. Mrs. Madson entered the barn after it was struck and called to her husband, who, thinking she was in the burning building, went in to rescue her. She had gone thru {sp} another door. Mr. Madson was badly burned before he got out and nearly lost his life.

Ward County Independent, 7/28/1910
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Daniel Shearer had a lively runaway one day last week, when the team he was driving to a hay rake becama {sp} frightened, throwing him beneath the rakee {sp} he suffered a bad cut on the head besides being badly bruised. Dr. Thompson of Wilton dressed his wounds, and Daniel don't care to repeat the experience again.

Washburn Leader, 8/15/1919
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