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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 1 March 1906

•ri^n PS'1 fete 14 & =#5*- lp: E8fe'-' fe. C. The :'g& Bo 't'w IPs®' y/,''S^v were tmmmm ^ti, i^-fv «ji. ,® THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor1 Euu-red June, It1, 1908. as Second-Class Matter. Postortloe, Minot. N, Act or Conirress oi March a. 1879 ^J$NSrn MINOT. X. I)., THURSDAY. MARCH 1, 100(5. EDITORIAL COMMENT. The wild and wooly west is but a tradition. Let us secure good city park this summer. The ftTowinji* city demand* Midi a place.' /.,s-. .,fe, When there are more renters than houses, it indicatas that the city hafc struck a pay streak of prosperity. llo%H have advanced to $f a hundred and the, Norfli Dakota farmer who has a few of the tatted swine, can feel happy. Why not raise fifteen or twenty hops this year an way, just as an experiment? It ought t.o pay. You can sow a few acres of speltz, .macaroni wheat or rape for them. It has been demonstrated time and again that hogs ean.be raised at a-big profi...

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. — 1 March 1906

iy,1 I iW- &} .• V, IW* rr %w SP '•&£ *n v^/ Hair Brushes For less than half price We spend thousands of dollars every year advertis­ ing for business and now we want to stake our whole reputation on one single item. Our buyer recently bought a large line of fine hair brushes' at less than half the usual price and we are going to mark the whole lot on an exceptionally small margain so as to close them out in a, huny and to prove that we always do as we advertise* We say we will sell 30U a $2.00 hair brush for from 75c to 90c. Now come and see if we lied or not. Other brushes at pro­ portional prices. .. *v p( •v $ Yob can't buy Tooth Snub in Minot for 50 cents tltat'a eqoal to the one we sell at 25 cents. That sounds strong Tft tloofcardund*anfyoa'll'iW!ie*wie New Watches-Prices «•, Vs- }t A4* 1(14. y-V- 'f&t' \.sr ,v k. We doft't have to lie to sell our fr-v rf f. if'•Its!'* Qj Leland Hotel Our.... Watchmaker, Says "dra't advertise for watch repairing for we ve all we c...

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. — 1 March 1906

It 1 I iRif W& Si-?'.- :|f %fc rM4 A GIGANTIC UNDERTAKING The Slaughter Sale by Cleven & Hanson the Big Event of the Year in Minot. The people ol' Mjnot and sur­ rounding- eouutrv will be ben­ efitted greatly by the tremendous sacrifice sale of Cleven & Hanson which will be placed on sale be­ ginning Friday March at a. m. (•leven & Hanson informs us that the prices quoted oil their stock is in many instances less than they could purchase the same at the factory in icase lots. Their reasons, so they say. for making- this great sacrifice is that owing to the extremely backward fall season they find themselves overstocked and are forced to realize a large sum of money ,, and in oi'tter to do so quickly, will g'ive tjie people of Minot and vi­ cinity their entire profit during this great money raising sacrifice sale. This sale will surely prove a great boou to the people who ,^are never slowto take advantage of an opportunity such as this great sacrifice will afford. Cle...

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. — 1 March 1906

Xvv te\Vslm H. .Johnson. (buolieior). Bunk or Minot, Hank of Mi not by K. A, Mearfl, Presl lent, North Dakota Title In- .J i, Mirance and Trust Company. Knos.Amald. A. B. GupUllaw te K«oeiv.crof the Bunk of Mi not and the North Dakota Title Insurance unci Trust Company,a corporation. A.B. Guptill, llcceiver of the Bank Minot. B. S Brynjolfson. Guaranty Company .of North Dakota, by K. Ashley Mcars r.yn. 1 Aj» Jk. 1 Sfccretuvy. North Dakota Title Insurance and Trust (ompany by E. A. Menrs. Sec­ retary. G. H. Mears. Bank of Minot by Ashley Mean*. Secretary, Indemnity Com pany of North Dakota. Peter Kbr. and all other persons unknown, claiming any es­ tate or interest in. or lien or incumbrance upon the prop liitx described in the- com­ plaint. un11their unknown heirs. Defendants. ••••THB STATU OP NoH'I II DAKOTA TO TUB ABOVE XAJJKD DKPBNKANTS: PlDtftel TO THE 1 You. and each of you. a.re Uerebj'. summoned, to answer the complaint in this action, a to serve a copy of your answer i«on-. ...

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. — 1 March 1906

fc X" JF" 6 w* wH'iawm.'.' C0R OF Phone 227. ere ie S to s*m s__ IAUTION is siC«6«e« 0f & I- 1 Wb are. ttfewtutely the only house from whotn you can buy ea£ of the foilowin« pianos it E PIANOLA, 43 So. 5U1 St. I the We (41 t' •Sfc. tki-' It is a common trick of our competitors, especially at points somewhat distant ftom Minneapolis, to say to a customer who prefers.one the pianos of established reputation which we sell: •Kh, if you want a 'Stein,way'- or •Knabe' or 'Ivers & Fond', etc., as the case may be, 'I can furnish it to you, and at/a. lees price than the Metropolitan Music Co. charge'". Such statements are absolutely false and made solely for the purpose of misleading the customer and artfully perauadinghim afterwards to buy some inferior make which the agent is trying to sell. If you would prove it for yourself, TAKE HIM UP and you will find in every case when it comes to the point of actually supplying the piaso he willmake some excuse of being anable to de au. W3 H...

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. — 1 March 1906

v1: .1" We can please you, and "If ft j, 'T -y lift! m.'-i li /\v BIG SPECIAL SUES Are tha order of the day. In order to make roowgwe arejnow offering ourentirestoek of Youths1 and Boys' Clothing AT 54 WE"T*W A N YTTU 0000000000000000= OFF From the marked price, which is the price we have sold them fori all wmter. This means a great saving, for you getj a 96.00 SUIT FOR' ONLY $4.00 and in the same proportion all through the line. If you want a Sheep-lined Coat we will make the' jBame reduction. Is the place to get best values every day, 'but just now* we are full of bargains, aiid city shoppers will have an opportunity tolaee aii the Mill Man's Spring Soilings ant Noveltits...,. Never before has our store been so full of de­ sirable merchandise, and neyer before has such new Snappy goods beeftoffere& at tbo^ extremely low prices. liiw m, till is." TURNER & PRESCOTT. R. F. WARREN. •FREE CHOCOLATES.- To any person finding S poor piece of fruit or un sound goods in a(sack sent ...

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. — 1 March 1906

A 'V.Vif te"^ ^4 'MM ,, .1 If i*! A 0 i*r, •?'"-fr :,:' i' *%v J%' All Independent lumber .yard ?S\ wiJl 8uou be started at Bottineau. "-V. 1 Ananioose carpenters will or­ ganize a Union and attempt to ^,i keep prices up. v,:,//- '-V The fanners between ITarvey and Manfieid will build a rural telepoue line. .lim Jeffries, a traveling: man, makes Minot and other North western towns occasionally. Harvey andAnamooseengaged in an 'old fcishioned "spelling tpwn match.'' Harvev was vic- tprious. m. Thkshii quarters of faying #2.V Ofdt. C'lTned Charles Adrv, aged 2H, .s ar­ rested at Kenmare, charged with Stealing ^10 and some jewelry from his emploj'er, who owns a restaurant at Balfour, 1 le was brot to the Minot jail, and nf for­ wards taken to Towner. The ciiarge is serious. North Dakota farmers ar^ do­ ing more breaking with steam ererv year. *-Yhile it iso .worth |3ao acre to break land with 6orses, it can be done with steam at about «$2 an acre and even less, with a good profit. Abou...

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. — 1 March 1906

r. 1 X' V-'.. •'•-if j. v'%f- ,*tH REMEMBER, NO POSTPONEMENT! SALE OPENS FRIDAY, MARCH 9th? AT 9 A. M. •(', y. '¥h:J and closes in 8 DAYS! We hereby guarantee to sell precisely as we advertise band every quotation is absolutely correct t'ltjnay be hard to be-. lieve that such a reliable concern would sacrifice such an immense stock, but, in order, to raise the vast amount of money, we are compelled to ignore our former prices... i-.v- BKi|-j i^, DOMESTICS. si» ki A OTiS/'w^#ti Linens, Crashes Prints, OinRbams, Flannels of all descriptions,. Blanket®, Comffortere, Ladie»1» Misnea' sod thri-. drenfs U^nderw^r, «towls—in fact.every article of Merchandise in our Mammoth Dry1Goods £mporuim« included in this great money-rawing effort. 1000 yards of very beHt pnting Flannel which formerly 8old'for l2c is* per yttfd, sale price per yd Shoes'AImost Given AwHy!^r AN ENORMOUS STOCK OF PINE SHOE8 AT THE MEKCV OF THE PUBLIC. a Store open evenings. Mark the date, And mark it well! MARCH 9th lock ...

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. — 1 March 1906

*$i*S j-f IjSSP" -f* r4 If if- $,' ^1"^-! 5% &"f Sr I Sit i! I i-V in •"5 4 .4 v» -uw A well known Rochester Fruit Farm and Nurseries from Roch ester. N. Y., received a copy of Grain Growers' edition published by the Independent and evidently read the paper with considerable interest. The letter was received by E. .1. Brown, a well known Ken mare nurserymah, who had a tine display of fruit at the con­ vention. Rochester N. Y., Feb. 22, '06. E.J.Brown, Kenmare, N. Dak. Dear Sirs:— We have just received a copy of the "Ward County Independ entf'and hare read with consider­ able interest the report of the Farmers Convention, held at Minot—in fact we read the paper clear through. Started at the front page and forgot we were living until we had read it from "Kiver to kiver." The "Inde­ pendent," is our idea of a"Nifty" up-to-date country paper. There is a theory somewhere or some­ place that claims or says, a cold climate is especially productive of bright minds, and smart men, and we...

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. — 1 March 1906

\#m STATE «F NORTH DAKOTA,) •7* 'T 'F- ieijiirttnent^of ~x. vTn District Court. Kigbth Judicial DisWictji ss. ICoutyty ol Ward, he Some is Laud Company, a sorporatioa creatoa existing under ti tueof tlio laws of North Dakota, *v. rs.m Jens 1'. Ilustad. Jakobiuc Y\ Hustad, his wire: the Bunk of Miuot, corporation tho Haulc of Minot. a corpora­ tion. by 10. A. MoarH, iseciu tary, Pliilo Kullor Haul of Minot by E. A. Meur.s, Presi­ dent Nortli Dakota Tit! Insurance and Trust. Com­ pany V. H.tiuptill, Receiv­ er of tho linnk of Minot B. S. Hryujolfsou, Peter Elir Guarantee Company of North Dakota, by IS. Anil ley Meats', its Secretary North Dakota Title. Insur­ ance and Trust Company by E. Ashley Mears, Secre­ tary: ('. H. Meurs, Willard P. Fuller as administrator of the estate of Pliilo Fulior, deceased audall other per­ sons unknown claim inn any estate oi- interest in, or lion or incumbrance upon the •',) property described in the complaint, and their w j! known heirs, I Yl* ..? 'If-...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 1 March 1906

I I •A* .?S ", 3 A: 1 V-.a -4 TOmake Do vou want to and have carriage work it made like West l«t St. a new. HOTEL MORRILL'S FORMAL OPENING Hotel Morrill will be opened to the public formally Monday night. March 5, when a general invita­ tion is extended to the public to attend a swell banquet, prepara­ tions for which are now being made. Already several hundred tickets• have been sold, and the event gives promise to being the largest social function of the kind ever given in the Northwest. The banquet will be a sort of a reception, when the entire beau­ tiful hotel will be thrown open to the inspection of the public. Messrs. Elliott & Morrill are! sparing no pains or expense to make the event a success. "MOORES' Picture guaranty to Cure aty Cough wilt a Have you seen our new Photographs in Platinum? Tliey are artibticand up-to date. Oar new line of framed pictures are choice and by popular artists, such as Christy, Fisher and others. Call awl Inspect Them YOURS FOR THE ASKING EV...

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. — 8 March 1906

& III IL. 0) Q. ill I- III Ik III E Q. 4i fc Kl. 111 -I 2 O (0 5 VOLUME NUMBER 5. First ward—John Khr, L. Prescott. Second ward—Nick llendrick son, Geo. W. Burke. Tiiird ward—.1. 1. McKoane. Fourth ward—Fred Merrick, has. iat£s. Fifth ward—1'. Yandenoever. B. IV Tasker. Sixth ward'—lames Scolield. Qias. tirow. There was no intention of call­ ing these meetings to caucus for candidates for Mayor, however, the sentiment of the voters was Tested at the close. No elect­ ioneering had been done in any­ way. The following' is the result of the voters for Mayor: First ward—K. Leighton, Martin Jacobson, D. (Jreen­ leaf. 7: K. H. Fnierson, NOMINEES FOR ALDERMEN SELECTED AT CAUCUSES D. C. Qreenleaf Heads the List for Mayor at the Caucuses With Martin Jacobson a Close Second -Good Men for Aldermen The six wards of Minot held cancuhcs Tuesday night to de­ termine who the voters favored as candidates i'or aldermen, in those wards. The meetings wen» all well attended, and the men nominated, a...

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. — 8 March 1906

Entered June. 1-1 good THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLGORD, Edit* 18, 1902, as Secoml-Class Matter, Postofflee, Act of ConKress of March :•!. 1879, UNION(#iflLABEL M1XOT, N. D., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1906. EDITORIAL COMMENT. The Optic will no doubt support Mayor Roach for Mayor. Mr. Roach is President of the Optic Publishing Co. Minot needs a first class mayor but she needs first, class alder­ men as well. Select your aldermen with care. A good mayor with a poor council can do nothing. Martin Jacobson can beat the catalogue houses or the steel range peddlers selling stoves any day and demonstrated this fact recently when a number of Surrey farmers selected steel ranges at his store in preference to buying from strangers. It is said that Mayor Roach's friends assert that he must by re-elected in order to compel the Great Northern to keep its word relative to the new shops. It always was a well know?! met that Mr. Roach lead Mr. Hil...

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. — 8 March 1906

jsf S- S&i I .• ,1 II rfpj liv. ii •V We agree with us. Our buyer managed to get about 200 hair brush­ es at about one half the usual price and to further increase them as real bargains we marked them at especially close figures. Out of this lot you can buy the dollar brush for 50c and 60c, a regu­ lar $2.00 value for from 90c to $1.25. If you are going to need a hair brush inside of the next six months then take McCoy's tip and buy it now. best quality to be bad. Bed Pans, Crutches, Syringes. Our line of sick-room goods is one of the best in the country. We have a large trade this line and, for that reason, we show a large assortment of every­ thing needed in a sick-room by either patient, doctor, or marse. We have bed pans from $1.00 to $2.60, Crutches at $1.25 a pair, Syringes from 25c to 9S.OO eaeb. Cottons, Gauzes and Bandages we have in every size and of the LELAND HOTEL Have the Best Engraver in the State. We have engaged anew jeweler and expert engraver to go to work for...

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. — 8 March 1906

.•: «*. Minor, Topics 0. 0. Buice has accepted a position with J. A. Roell. Try Wheeler Cor good Coffees. They'l .,•• suit. ...,,. The county commissioners met Monday for thc»ir regular session. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for your tf. N. X. Nelson has just complet­ ed a beautiful cottage* for E. H. .Stenvick. Mother's Bread at Auslander's Bakery. Its (rood. Trv it. ^Michael Morson has returned from Minnesota and Will sell ma .chinery for Lorge & .Welch. Ship your oream to thb Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for you. A number of the progressive Tatman township fanners are organizing a horse company. Slutvseths new art studio, 303 South Mftin St. Minot, N. D. Win. Jennejohn returned from Neenah, Wis., where he spent the winter. His mother is in very feeble health. A nice line of music booka for begin­ ners on the1 piano at- the- MiwrtMueic Co, McJannet Block, Minot, N. D. tf N. J. O'Brien from Minneapolis lias opened anew bariber 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. — 8 March 1906

si fSt fc &'-\v &•£ r# jf -X EIGHT fiOOB IEAS0NS. ft %:4 _«1Is ^jgan -er: Bryan on the Farmer Boy Propositioiir-rWhy a Boy Shonld be fe farmer* 4 jttTr': fit* $ William Jennings Bryan's eight reasons, why a boy should bi& fk farmer: 1. Farming- is an independent way of living, compared" with work in the city. The farmer can supply his table with meat, vegetables, bread, mi|k, butter and tfg£8, and he is less affected than the residents of the city by fluctuations in the price of these commodities. The clothing ac­ count, too, is less for those who live upon the farm than for those who live in town. The farmer and his family avoid the rivalry that leads to extravagance. 'j 2. It requires less capital begin work, ppoiy enter any other sort of! ent business. One can obtain farming land on share^ whereas for any mercantile puf». suit it is necessary to pay ren' often in advance. If one liasnq^ the means to buy horses, a plows and other agricultural im plements, he can usuall...

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. — 8 March 1906

|PS: & 1 W far- ^aSSBJ A' rf* ||M||pppj Evergreens. Order your everrreen* now Spruee, one to two feeo hiirt $1. 2r Jer 11 51 1 red—$ 1 per thi. 11 sand. I 'f iWhite Pine and P» v!saim 1 ."o pgr huiidred—$3^ pir thousand.1 -Jack Pines. $5 per thousand. High Busli cranberries "JO •!-. each, or six for #1 •'Pry wilil Red luispb^ri'H's. .i^ good as tame and much iutrdn-T, $1 per hundred. 1 Cash must aocompauv older' or can be left at this o'ikv with the understanding h• t. it lie turned over to me when goods arrive in good order. Any trees that do not live, the order will be refilled next year for half price Write for prices on any iorest trees you may want. Or deu must be o. k. by the editor when money is left at otfiee. Mrs. Simmons, a wonia:i who has been snffering trom rhHisma cism nil winter, notified the rhier of police, that her liith* children eould not attend sehool on ac­ count, of being: almost I a mooted. The little ones managed toseril'pe up enough coal alonir the rail­...

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. — 8 March 1906

& late is ri-' ••, .W' .till! .'-Lk*V 1 I the order of the day. In order to make' iwm, we are now offering our entire stock of Youths' and Boys' Clothing AT Vs OFF From the marked price, which is the price we have sold them for all winter. This means a great saving, for you get a I $6.00 SUIT FOR ONLY $4.00 and in the same proportion all through the line. If you want a Sheep-lined Coat we will make the same reduction. Is the place to get best values every day, but just now we are full of bargains, and city shoppers will have an opportunity to^see 1* all the Men's Spring Suitings and Novelties..... $ Never before has our store been so full of de­ sirable merchandise, and never before has such new snappy goods been offered at the extremely low prices., We cau please you, and "if we please yoii tell others if not, tell us," W E W A N O A O N A E TURNER & PRESCOTT. R. F. WARREN. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOE oo-o-o oooo 00000-000 •FREE CHOCOLATES.- To any person linding a poor picee of frui...

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. — 8 March 1906

K. D. •U" rt I f' '4 if I" -(V r^. HICK NKHTENiALE WRITES OF "PEN." Man Sent up From Minot Wants a New Trial—Says he Intended Robert Rowan no Wrong. Tlie Indepeudeut received the following letter froca Dick Night eitgalo who was seat to the peni­ tentiary from Minot for stealing a check from Robert Rowan: liisrnarck, Feb. 2-t. Editor Independent: I before leaving Minot to begin luy four years' residence with \Varden Boucher, of Bismarck, I promised many acquaintances a«u friends that I would write to them. I find since my arrivul lierv chat the rules of this insti­ tution, the "pen" are such that it- is impossible to carry on ati unlimited correspondence, con­ sequently I take the liberty to a*k for space for a few words in your columns. It is not my wish to advertise this place &s a pleas­ ure resort, not by any means, but must say that I do not find it so disagreeable as I had feared I might, before reaching i»r?. While at present the place i* very much crowded, the War­ den m...

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. — 8 March 1906

fj I. Piiiwrs TWftWII J(Unot Wompa is run Durti ty Horse and Buggy ta io Chicago—HusbaM Died Minot a few Weeks ago. r^The widow of B,, Pinney, tlie well .known attorney wljo died in this city a few weeks ago, met with tragic death while crossing, a street in Chicago. Mrs. Piagiey resided in this city for ye^rp where she was most fa •oratity. known. Hundreds of .fiienda^ho remember her. sweet manopivsorrqw in her death. *£he flowing is the story of Mrs* Piuney's death as told in a Chicago paper: While croMnog Van Buren St. ai Laflin last night, Mrs. Mary Al Pwney, 69 years old, 514 West^Ad$msstreet,wag knocked down by.horse and bugzy. She diea naif an hour later in the counljrv hospital. The.'two men Mi the buggy, seeing the woman hUrled to the pavement, urged ttahjttnfeto greater speed and escaped Mrt. Pinney, who was walkingf did .ppt L«eei the aj' horse and buggy until she half way across V: Onje ef the men shouted somethin Iso her, seemingly an order to get out of thewayt'but-mad...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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