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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 10 June 1903

•Minor Topics •R,A. Dimiie will build a new .school house at Fessenden. VV. 8. Shaw lias 150 acres of ilax in on liis farm near Mohall. 0. Berg bought two lots at Palermo for a blacksmith shop. Miles Chamberlain, the I'aler ino-Palda mail carrier isintown. 'C. K. Von Nieda and O. M. Champlin went to Fargo Sun­ day. The Buford reservation to be opened in July, comprises 21 townships. Miles and miles of new fences fire being- made on the prairies around Minot. John Maloney is erecting a new Imilding north of the Soo tracks on Main street Major Murphy transacted bus­ iness at Grand Forks the early part of the week. Blackleg' is said to be affecting lijellaiid's herd of cattle near Bjelland postoffice. E. M. Brownson, U. S. commis­ sioner was down from Williston several days this week. Landman Sharp is starting a new paper at Bowbells. and is putting in a f1,400 plant. Atty. Davis went to St. Paul and his children will return with him to make Minot their home. The venerable Heman John­ ...

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. — 10 June 1903

No Need for Reform. fie'? iviado no resolutions, for his morals are all rijjht. He looks not on the wine when it Is red or brown or white. fie never soes to any clubs or stays out late at night. f*ar poker, euchre, whist, or bridge he doesn't* care a mite. «fle never smokes a big cigar, a pipe, or cigarette. Tobacco holds no sweet and soothing charms for him as yet. 'Be doesn't go to races, flirt with maidens bold and gay. And so he didn't need to turn a new leaf New Year's day. "fie is a charming fellow, persevering, shy and coy. My bouncing, dimpled, rosy, smiling, lit­ tle baby boy. ."Five Rubs All You Are Allowed. A simple but amusing little trick is rub out twenty marks in five rubs, stopping every time on an odd num­ ber. This little diversion is particularly -suited to recess time at school, where the blackboard Is handy, but it may ml so be done on a slate. First, yon make a row of marks, one ander the other, and number them, as shown in the accompanying picture. Then you ch...

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. — 10 June 1903

4®4® 1 «Ki3+®+® a Dr* E. A• Crokat, 1 LOANS. FINAL PROOFS. FARM LANDS. M. D.f C. M., L. R. G. We Will Loan You Money You get your money when you sign the papers. We Will MaKe Your Final Proof Minot* INo. Dak LeSueur & Bradford, Attorneys-at-Law. LAND OFFICIO BUSINESS A1 inot, North Dakota. J. F. COOPER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. /)ldost established jeweler in town. Repairing a .specialty. Inspector foi Great Northern Ry. Co. for five years. tiilroy & Hetherton Dealers la Fresh and Salt MEATS, Pish, Game, Poultry, Etc. in Season. 0. A. LIDSTR0M MERCHANT TAILOR Strictly Up-to-Date Stylet Prices Reasonable. Gel your clothes made to ordef and have them right. A 'Clothes scoured and pressed. John Lynch, CLRRK OF TIIIC DISTRICT COURT Final Proofs And Firings All business before the Land Office given prompt attention. Insurance Written... Offico, Main St., Opp. Pobtofiice. WE WILL SELL YOU LAND ON EASY PAYMENTS. 4 LeSueur (SL Bradford, -Minot, N. D. Go to the New Drug Store For Drugs...

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. — 10 June 1903

THE WARDCO. INDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED KVEBY G*. D. COLCORD, ENTERED JUNK WEDNESDAY. TRUAX &. COLCORD. TR1TVV ruuiasiiER. KUIWH- 18, 1902, A8 8KCOND-CLAS8 MATTEK, POBT-OHFICE, MINOT.N. D., AC! OP OOHGRG88 OF MARCH ii, 18 Another Horse Thief John Gustaf, an Anamoose shoe maker, was arrested at Estevan. Can., 011 the charge ot stealing a horse aiul buggy from A. McDonald of this city. Sher­ iff Seo field went to 1 ortal dav night and returned with the man Tuesday lodging him 111 the county jail. AUnr»t Gvstaf drove a team to Mniot last Wednesday and one the herses were kgased out He lm ed ahorse from McDonald he wanted to drive four miles Donnybrook took 111 the country. He drove instead to where he sold the rig* to liveryman Ring. He the train to Uowbells and hired another rig ^iving to Estevan, Can. Mark Minph} was sent to Estevan and c compained tlie prisoner to 1 01 tal. At that place the man ap­ peared to be crazy. He toldbev eral farmers he was the kupt. Schools and hired a iium...

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. — 10 June 1903

Coal Under Our City. It has been determined with­ out a shadow of doubt, that Mi not is underlaid with a very fine layer of lignite coal about 1.36 feet below the surface. One day last week while boring- a well for A. McDonald, the Kumstead street liveryman, a nine foot vein of coal was struck at a depth of 136 feet. ('has. Gordon did the work, and is now engag­ ed in boring wells for the Minot mill. The well was bored a little deeper when a great supply of water was struck. Parties are now figuring 011 opening coal mines within the very heart of the city. Wild Man In the Hills. An insane man in the hills north of town frightened women and children several days last week. The man was clad only in a shirt and ran about turning somersaults and cutting up all kinds of didos. The report of his being there was not generally accredited until quite a number spoke of the matter. Judge Murray and several others hunt­ ed for the man Saturday but no trace could be found of him. Where he is now...

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. — 10 June 1903

Marklllie. Mrs. Chas. Austin has the measles. Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Christopher are suffering with rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johnson are happy over the arrival of an pound boy. The ladies Aid meets Wednesday with Mrs. Wright to do work for Mrs. Cope land. Mrs. Vern Armstrongs little daughter is suffering with the measles but is im­ proving. The social at* Mrs. Warn's was a suc­ cess, 17 in attendance. The rain kept many away. Mr. Copeland is building an addition to his house 16x32. A stone foundation is being built under the whole house, Centerville. Chas. A. Dickinson spent a few days at Centerville last week. Dr. Morrison of Leeds, expects to lo­ cate here in the near future. Chas. Spillane has gone to his former home, Waseca. He will return in a few days. John Smith the blacksmith, ran short of fuel and was obliged to go to Minot to restock. John Smith is preparing to move his family to Centerville. They are going to occupy the Dixon residence. There was quite a heavy rainfall...

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. — 10 June 1903

TESTED BY TIME. Robert 'er ick, resides Vir- tonio, lis an ience •ts well »t Doan's re a sting cures. She says: "Up to the early part of year 1902 I had been a sufferer 'kidney troubles for many years. \|n in my back became worse 'toe until it was a daily burden |rfere4 with every duty. I v. afflicted with headaches and lis and was unable to rest to. In May, 1902, after using dney Pills I made a state publication, declaring that intirely relieved me of the back. I have since then r's time in which to study *s of the medicine, and while had slight touches of the trou ce, the use of the pills has al driven away all signs of the dis .der and I have become convinced ,tlie fact that the first treatment is practically permanent in its ef .ect^t and I know that a box of Doan'9 Kidney Pills kept on hand are a suffi­ cient guarantee against any suffering from the kidneys or back. I should advise every sufferer to take Doan's Kidney Pills and I know that they will be surprised and pleased wit...

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. — 10 June 1903

1** f- *"S4? •4'-:V~SW S: rr *&- ur 0.' k:i w-.-r. 'WV 'V •.'••• -:..••/• -4» ~W5 1 NOTIOK KOR PUBLICATION. nni:iri iiicnt of the lr.t,oriw, Liincl Otiko at Minnl, N. Dale., June'', IttOH. Nntir1" in Iieraby uivisti Mint H'O following HUIIHSI sytilcr has lilfii imtico of Hi.* intention iko Until proof in iuippiii't of liis citiiin, uml tluit said proof will bo niwio before Register and Rocoivor, United Stutos land otlico ol' North Dakota, at Minot, N. D., on July 10th, 1UH, viz: H. E. No. 10352 of J.AUHA MKKRIL1. formerly Luuru Hoath of Minot, N. D.. for the V, 8\v '.i Sec. 23 und !i n\v 1-4 Sue. 26 Twp. I'll H#e. S3. Ho names tho following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon und cultivation of said land, via: Silas Merrill, Ervin Merrill, Charles William­ son, George Robinson, all of Minot. N. D. R, SAN BORN, Registor^ James Johnson Atty. for claimant (M-7-8 Notice lor Publication. Departmont of the Interior, Land Office at Minot, N. D., May 23th, 1003, Notice 1$ h...

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. — 17 June 1903

VOLUME a. NUMBER 9. DROWNS IN EIGHT INCHES Of Water of Creek West of Burlington—Lena the one and a Half Year old Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Qubbe Meeta Tragic Death. Lena, the one and a half year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. (}ubbe residing- west of Burling­ ton near Lloyd's mine, fell into A little creek eight inches deep, about 6 o'clock Thursday even­ ing and was drowned. The little one ran to the stream which is but six 01* out at once but life was extinct. The parents came to Minot Friday and purchased a coffin and the remains will be buried at the Des Lacs cemetery. No funeral was \eld as it was impossible to secure a minister. Nearly Killed for Money. Allen Butler, of Lakota. was ^assaulted by highwaymen, on tMain street near the Dacotah lotel, nearly midnight Saturday light and nearly killed. He was valking to the depot to catch the tram when a man stepped rom near the hotel and struck Lin in the forehead with a big lece of coal. He was knocked Iwn but jumped up before his ...

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. — 17 June 1903

(J -f. M. WABD CO INDEPENDENT Tljr.W lV Ci'i.l'iWH. l-'uiilislKTs. T\f XO !". \Y trrl Co.. N A stumbling block becomes a step­ ping stone if you know how to use it. The New York teachers are evident­ ly tired of speaking softly without a big stick. Next thing you know the Chinamen will be insisting on their right to havo appendicitis. The Washington Post incidentally remarks that silence is essential to successful fishing. That Nebraska cyclone was almost as fatal as the Paris-Madrid motor race, and not any swifter. The man who wore a silk hat in Texas might have escaped with his life if he hadn't ordered lemonade. Four tutor students and a professor have been arrested at Yale for assault one man. Brave fellows! It is rumored that Schwab is ill npain. Some of these stories must be very disappointing to his doctor. One unfortunate .thing about the baseball business is that this season's pennants cannot be awarded right now. The stogie trust has suddenly in­ creased its capital stock ...

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. — 17 June 1903

4®#® 1 4S)4.®+® 42)+®4al"aHjD4^^ 1 s. 1 J. Dr. E. A. Crokat, M. D., C. M., L. R. C. S., Edinburgh. Surgeon to Great Northern Attorneys-at-Law* LAND OFFICE BUSINESS A? inot, J. F. LOANS. PINAL PROOFS. FARM LANDS. We Will Loan You Money On your land. 10 PER CENT STRAIGHT. No bonus. You get your money when you sign the papers. I We Will Make Your Final Proof WE WILL SELL YOU LAND ON EASY fj PAYMENTS. 4 LeSueur Q. Bradford, Minot, N. D. Go to the New Drug Store For Drugs, Medicines, Per­ fumes, Toilet Articles, Cigars 1 I Tckphooc97. W. B. Hawley.} MONEY! /HONEY I In the past year I have loaned more money in Ward County than has been loaned by all others on all classes of property. I charge no commission] and no bonus. I will make you a loan to ake proof oh your claim, to buy your seed flax or for any ther purpose. I will make it quietly and quickly. If you want money call on me. MURPHY, Minot, N. D. Ry Office and Residence over P. P. Lee .s Store. Minot, INo. Dak LeSueur & Bradford...

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. — 17 June 1903

a—. THE I WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUHUSHliD UVEKY WKDMEslDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. SO 1'lUI.ISIlV.R. ijii run. U\lRVAX OU'OR I), ENTKUED JUNE IS, 1!'.HJ2, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, I'OST lWKJK, MINOT, N. 1)., ACT OP OON'llRESS OF AUC'H .'5, 1870. O'Brien is set Free. Frank O'Brien, tin.1 wily piggor who escaped from the county jail in this city a short time ago. was released from the jail at Kstevun. Can., where he had been captured and confined. His crime was considered l\v the Canadian authorities, of such a nature that they refused to give extradition, papers, providing for his rot urn to tliis country. It is a.gtjod tiling-to get rid of such a i-p'a-n as O'Brien. low "jaciv tire Peeper. fa graduate in pharmacy, at The editor of tiiis payor has Drug' Store. been given to understand that there is a two legged creature visit­ ing the various houiv, of thi:) city ••aid peeping in at the- v.'indows. The home of a prominent citizen Was visited by this being Monday niglit, and the two gwom...

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. — 17 June 1903

$ Minor Topics ft 4 i^VWVWV^WWVV%ti There are fourteen piggers in tie county jail. Frail IIamia.li came down i'rom Chilcot Mo n:lay. P. P.'Lee is planning on erect ting" an elegant residence hood. James Jolinson and Arthur eSueur spent Monday at Kng by. Little rain lias fallen Tat Hay this season and tilings are pretty dry. G. G. Thompson is working for the Cleveland Llevator Co. at Knox. r. Porn to Mr. and Mrs. Kellerv, .of Markillie a son dap night. B. Tups- Chn.s. Webber is spending sev •al weeks at his old home in Minnesota. Presiding IOlder J. (i. Moore preached at Buford, Trenton and Williston Sunday. S. Plakey has the finest field of flax in the vicinity of Surrey. It stands several inches tall. R. Weagant and R. W. David­ son are attending the state en­ campment of the (i. A. R. at Lis­ bon. John II. Nelson clerk in the county auditor's officers visiting' at his old home-at Thief River Falls, Wis. as. Briggs accompanied the body of the late Dr. Buslienville to Bowbells, Satu...

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. — 17 June 1903

Conquest. Spring and winter met one day Near the huddled hills Scant his locks aa lichens gray. Spring's like daffodils. They were known aa open foes Over all the earth Spring detested Ice and snows Winter, blooms and mirth. Long his tense and tyrant clutch Prisoned fen and field Long the streams, to bar his touch, Raised an icy shield. Spring, to break their fetters free, Summoned all her charms All her wondrous witchery— To take the king of storms! "May I pass, kind sir?" she said. Beaming, blossom-wise. Up at him with lips of red, Eyes of April skies. Winter wavered, loath to go Smiled and stopped aside Bowed his head and bending low "Certainly!" he cried. —Sports Afield. The three gentlemen in the smoking joom of the Pullman on the Chicago illyer were intimate business acquaint­ ances. After wearing the market and kindred subjects threadbare they sat ]ack silently and looked at one an­ other. Each knew the habits of the •other so well that it required no word on any one's part 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. — 17 June 1903

A.chlng backs arc eased. Hip, back, and foin pains ovcrcomc. Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish. They correct urine with brick dust sedi­ ment, high colored, pain In passing, drib­ bling, frequency, bed wetting. Doan's Kidney Pills remov^ calculi and gravel. DEERFIELD, IND.— It VII called rheumatism. I could get no relief from the doc­ tors. I began to improve on taking Doan'a sample and got two boxes at our drug­ gists, and, although 08 years of age, I am almost a new tnaa. I was troubled a good deal with my water had to got up four and five times a night. That trouble is over with and once more I can rest the night through. My backache all gone, and I thank you ever so much for the wonderful medicine, toon's Kidney Pills." NO. II. Huber, President Ridgeville, Indiana, State Banlc. Cft. J. H. RINDLAUB (Specialist), Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Fargo, N. D. No Indication Yet. .•'Senator," asked one of his anxious constituents, "do you think we are go­ ing to have any troubl...

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. — 17 June 1903

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tho InterioJ, Laud Offico at Minot, N. JJak., June -, 1SKU. Notice i* hoWby «iveu that tho following nuinuil settlor has UIi.m.1 notice of his intontiou to m.Uio tiiml proof is support of his claim, and it said proof will bo made before Register •uid' Ro'fiver, United Stutes land offico of .North Dakota, nt Muiot, N. D„ on July 10th, l.HM. viz: II. K. No. 10352 of LATJRA MURIUM. •oimerly Laura Heath of Minot, N. D.. for the s\v Ki Sec. -M and 'i uw 1-4 See. 20 Twp. i." 11 u. S3. llo iiamoi the following witnesses to prove hits continuous roside.icu upou and cultivation of *i»id land. vi«i SiluS Murrill, Krvm Merrill, Charles William* ion, George Robinson. all of Minot., N. D. R, C. SANKORN, ROBistan James Johnson Atty. for claimant 0-8*7-8 Notice for Publication. Department of tho interior, iud Otiice at Minot, N'. D., May 28th, 1903, Notico is heruby givon tliut the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to ninko linal proof ...

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. — 24 June 1903

It irtumtmm VOLUME a. NU.VtBS-3'lo Ministers',In Minot JUL E. Association Holds Bpncfkial S:ssion Several Days. Dr. Forbes Lecture Was Qrand The meeting of the Minot Min­ isterial Association was held in this city Thursday, Friday, Satur­ day and Sunday, in the M. E. •church. About thirty ministers' besides many interested in the work attended those meetings. The addri i3S Thursday evening was given by Rev. Chas. E. White of Carrington, his subject being "What is Man?" At the organization Friday morning, Presiding Elder J. G. Moore was elected president and W. A. F. Brown, secretary. A telegram conveying the sym­ pathy of tho Association to Rev. lrDsmond, who is ill of typhoid fever 4it, Bowbells, was iulojJtrMl &f-s*n re­ solution. The sum of $20 was sub­ scribed and sent to Mr. Osmond. 7 The following pastoro were preg *nt_ and gave reports regarding peir churches: Balfour—Harold E.White: Can do---H. C. Kishpaugh Cathay— A. J. Allen Carring.011 -Clma. E White Carpio—F. Buckwat...

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. — 24 June 1903

m: I 1 I & t" 1 t:Jk'C. •WARD CO INDEPENDENT Truax & Couoru, Publishers, MI NOT. Ward Co.. N. D. American flour barred from Brazil} So much the worse for Brazil. Some of these western tornadoes are almost as deadly as automobile races. The man who tells all his troubles to his friends soon has no friends left to tell them to. That New York man who lives witlj a bullet in his brain should be able to do some heavy thinking. The reassuring information comes from Colombia that President Marro 'iuin has not resigned again. Gen. Castro continues to do very well for a man who has a revolution und a large indemnity on his hands. France is to have $2,000,000 worth of nickel coins, worth five cents each. They will be useful in purchasing cigars. Max O'Rell owed much of his popu­ larity in this country to his wife, who translated his writings into lively English. "Summer thoughts" would be suffl cient clothing for the sultry days. And then the "thoughts" should be "light ind airy." Onc...

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. — 24 June 1903

I Vfm 8 Telephone 97. ,®*C,0*®+ Dr* E. A. Crokat, IV1* Edinburgh. Surgeon to Great Northern Ry Office and Residence over P. P. Lee Store. J.F.COOPER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Oldest established jeweler in town. Repairing a specialty. Inspector fo» rent Northern Ry. Co. for live years. Gilroy & Hetherton LOANS. FINAL PROOFS. FARM LANDS. We Will Loan You Money On your land. 10 PER CENT STRAIGHT. No bonus. You get your money when you sign the papers. Dealer* la Fresh and Salt MEATS, fish, Game, Poultry, Etc. in Season. Q. A. LIDSTROM MERCHANT TAILOR Will MaK* Your Final Proof $ WE WILL SELL YOU LAND ON EASY fl PAYMENTS. I LeSueur Bradford* Minot* N. D. 0 to the New rug Store„: For Drugs, Medicines, Per-1 fumes, Toilet Articles, Cigars Strictly Up-tor-Date Style* Prices Reasonable. Get your clothes made to order and have them right. Clothes scoured and pressed. John Lynch, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT Final Proofs And Filings All business before the Land attentifflL 4* Insurance Writt...

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. — 24 June 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT. PUIJLIFCHKD EVEKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX &. COLCOFDJ C. r. TRUAX, T'L-m.^UKK. U. D. COLCORJ), Kimoi UNI'EIIED JUNK 18, 15)02, AH SKCONll-OJ.ASS MATTEK, POST-OFKM'K, NLNOT,_N. I)., ACT Of UON(iKKSS OV MAU('1I 3, IB(U. A Strong Combination L. W. (iiininious ami Ci:o. A. Mi'Uee have formed a law part nernhip to be known aw (Jam nions tfc MrGee. This coinbiu ntion is consilium! a very sl'-ouji' one, both beinr very capably. Mr. McUeewill continue with liis duties as United States Commis­ sioner. There-is no beti .'r read lawyer than Mr. (Jammons in the state we believe. Some Fin Hcrefords K. II. Dancer, proprietor of the Hi"- Creek Hereford ranch of Lo liioni, la. brought ten line youni' bulls to this city Monday and disposed of them receiving l'rom $100. to#1:T. each for thetn. He will likely lrinr another Joi of them here soon as he rea­ lizes thus country is bound to teem with t'hrou|i'hbred cattle some daw Old Woir.an Drcps Coa.1 Mrs. Slopinka. an old woman T...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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