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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 16 September 1903

-K rf'r-y 'jfT- "•'•in-"!'" S!!® & ^41 Glenburn News. Mr. Hamilton's little oliiii-1 Vwi.s very sick last week. The recent rains have delayed! threshing and flax cutting. Flax in this vicinity is a verag­ ing about 8 bushels pen' acre. Mr. Marville is assisting Mr. Goodrich in the Glenburn office. Miss Baldwin, of Minot. is :i visitor at, the Heal.v home this week. The dance at Markillie was well attended. All present report a good time. Mr. Huntly is building a. sleep­ ing apartment on the north side of his restaurant. John Stoldorf purchased a horse of Mr. Fifield last week, consideration $100. The Glenburn school has an en­ rollment of 29. It is hoped that a new building will soon be pro­ vided. Neil McPougal, of Minot. who is engaged in the business of moving buildings was in town this week. I? Mr. Spaulding, who intended t© open a meat market, has sold out to Mr. Smith who intends to open up business next week. Mr. Donilieau arrived here last Sunday from Bancroft, Iowa. ^Mr...

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. — 16 September 1903

i-i I: IF If. 0, f: if II %5£ *are~ 5 No. 1 Flyer west depart2:10 a. m. central No. 2 Flyer east 7:45 a.m. central No. 3 Local west 10:45 a. m. central No. 4 Local east 11 p. m. central No. 8 Local oast 11:15 a. m. central No. 7 Arrives from oast 4:20p.m. central Local freight east daily except Sun. 5 n.m .T.R.McC g. fi: Lie G. R. CASK, Agent. NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION. Department of tho Interior, Land Office at Minot, N. Dak., AUK. 18. 1W3. Notice is hereby i-'iven that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support mfh is claim, and thnt said proof will bo made before Register anl Receiver, United States land oflicu ut Minot, North Dakota, on Sept. 28. liH)3, viz: Ellen Keinhold, H. E. No. 12500, for the so?-.j, of sec.tp. 153, r.84 lie names the followiriR witnesses to provo his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: A. I). Fish, Fred J. Willman, .John Troutmil lor, Jacob Dyvig, all of Minot, N. D. R. C. SAHBOUU, Re...

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. — 23 September 1903

'&• I "f. mr "i'K: •'•'.'/• :-:v Jm *4 f. 5* $ i?4 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY -ON IMPROVED LANDS IN WARD COUNTY 'I ALSO LOAN MONEY TO MAIOE FINAL PROOFS mm BOUND OVER TO DISTRICT COURT M. Verely Who Assaulted Alderman off, Under $600 Bonds .Which he not Furnish. Mrs. Lottie Meirilt .sa vs she was standing near the Mont­ gomery house when- *she saw Verely walk out and strike Dolloff and hit him two or three times. C. Aurland testified thathepicked Mr. Dolloff up. A coon, who has 4acen doing the shining act on 1 the corner, testified that he saw Verely knock Dolloff down and. then 1 pick him up and hold him while-he 011 £v-: vv E N O S O N ^-r-Mlrrot, North Dakota SELL LAND Iii Wa^d county cheaper than any other agency W struck him several times more. The coon advised Verely. to stop striking the man. Irvin Gow saw the assault. The men had some words prior to the 'sault and Dolloff pnlle%/1v': [and from his pockets as if to strike some one./ J. W. Carlson madaan excellent witness for the...

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. — 23 September 1903

I rW 1 •'lVt.. JV vv I 1 I J. I 11 W Ji & It .* Lkw^ gk# mm Nik' TWO PROMINENT WEDDINGS Chas. Wcagant and Miss Cetha Williams United For Life—Asa Beaton Married to Miss Edna Davidson. The home of Mrs. T. Alice Wil­ liams was the scene of a quiet wedding- Wednesday evening when her daughter Cetha was married to Charles H. Weageant. Only the members of the families most concerned were present and the ceremony was followed by a sumptous dinner. The bride and groom left on the Thursday morning flyer for a visit of a few days at the old home of .Mr. Weageant in (i raft on and will be at home to their friends in Minot after Oct. 15. The groom is licensed under­ taker for M. J. McJannett and has the esteem and confidence of a large circle of friends. The bride's former home was Sweet Springs, .MO. She is a lovely young lady and will make a model wife. The independent wishes the couple happiness. The marriage of Asa W. Benton and Miss Edna Francis Davidson was solemnized at the home of ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 23 September 1903

JU® JYlrs $ FALL ANNOUNCEMENT We wish to announce that our stock of fall and winter goods are now arriving daily, they tiro open for your inspection and criticism, as we are always pleased to show goods CLOTHING Mens Boys and Childrons Suits. A. largo line of the seasonable up to date goods just arrived. Wc shall be pleased to have you look through this department before purchasing, as wo know wo can pleaso you both in prico and quality. Our gents furnishings such as pants, overalls, shirts, duck coats, underwear, etc., is overstocked. We are leaders in this department, which we will leave to quality and prices to convince you SHOES We handle the celebrated Bradley & Metcalf line of shoes. Those who have purchased these shoes hero know there is "nono better" those who nro not acquainted with this celebrated shoe try the next pair and let us convince you. We are going to handle the Goodyear glove, overshoes and rubbers, exclusively. Every man, woman and child knows there is "none...

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. — 23 September 1903

'"3- THE WARD CD. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX. G. D. COLCOED, ENTERED JUNE PUBLISHES. KDITOB. 18, 1902, AS SECO.ND-ULASS MATTER, POSa'-OFFlCE, MINOT^N. D., ACT 3P CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1879. The Official Paper for the City of Mi not, and tin Tax List for Ward County. Wednesday, Sept. 23. Nothing Good About North Dak. We noticed in looking over one of the grammar school geog­ raphies, which we are sorry to state is commonly used in the schools of this state, that North Dakota west of the 100 meri­ dian. is attributed as being in the dry belt. Think of it. If the author of that geography could have been here recently lie certainly would have made ar­ rangements to have that part of his book changed immediately. The geographies are? responsible for a great many people over the United States getting a wrong idea regard in i' North Dakota. That book speaks of the bad lands which are in the extreme western part of the state but fails to say a wor...

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. — 23 September 1903

CgF* "'ir •«. TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM 8 ME NT 3PICS 5 MINCW TOPICS Go to the Palace Barber Shop for a good 25c bath.—W. E. Johnson. 16 W. H. Glider and S. M. Dyer are building residences 14x22 feet in size. Sutton & Keefe will soon oc­ cupy office rooms above P. P. Lee's store. Go to the Palace Barber Shop for a ,?ood 25c bath.—W. E. Johnson. 19 Henry Loechel arrived from Chad wick 111., on a fine claim near Glenburn soon. When you need an abstract, order from J. E. McKoane, who has the only complete set abstracts in Ward county. of 23-tf L. L. Stewart's family arrived from Madsino, Wis., to make their home in this city. E. L. Wright, of !hehanse, 111., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. \Y. H. lieighart and his son L. M. Wright. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Liud berg Friday morning. I)r. Winded was the attending physician. The Minot Independent con­ tinues to show improvement and it is one of the newsiest weeklies in the state.—Fargo Forum. TheSouris studio is undergoing e...

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. — 23 September 1903

11 1 1 Si pv t#, f' ft Pi Pi' ii MW'i': 11 11 Wfc :i Kit! mmn$w. E^fvK I fe1'. fl I' V|jV ^Mr/' *. -V & •MS TWO EXCITING RUNAWAYS N. M. Nelson's Horses Damage West end Elevator and Mr. Nelson Escapes Mirac­ ulously -D. B. Collins' Hair is Made to Stand on End. iS'. M. Nelson's team became frightened at the west end ele­ vator Friday afternoon at the Sou train and enjoyed a run for two blocks. They were stopped Mt Johnson's lively barn. The \vai'on struck the corner of the elevator shed riddling- it. .Mr. Nelson came near being caught between the wagon and the shed and his escape was miraculous. The only damage done was a broken line. The same afternoon Seofield's team ran away withl). B. Collins, a cattleman, who had shipped in two car loads of cattle from St. 1'nul. Mr. Collins" escape was a very narrow one. The ponies being-quite spirited began kick­ ing shortly after leaving the barn and the driver jumped from the rig- taking the lines with him. The ponies continued kicking a...

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. — 23 September 1903

ft ft tM r" 'W.. IN J. Gorden Campbell has three calves that he has not found. Mr. Huber has a number of head 25 miles south which he has not found. Chas. Larson is delighted on account of a little son and daughter arriving at his home Monday morning, September 11. How is that for high? The hunting season has commenced. There are many hunters but they are finding few chickens. There are quite a few ducks on the lakes. Glenburn News. Both restaurants are under­ going repairs. Town lots will be on sale Wed­ nesday of this week. Turning flax has been the or­ der of the day for the past week. The hum of the threshing ma­ chine is again heard in this vicin­ ity. Bert Inks and Carrie Laturner were married in Minot last Satur­ day. Freeman Preskey and Chester additions to Harris have built their dwellings. Dan Laturfier has on exhibi­ tion some fine large turnips. Dan is quite a vegetarian. Dan Walters tell us he is soon to have anew piano enstalled in his home, then there will be music in...

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. — 23 September 1903

No. 1 Flyer west depart 'J: 10 a. m. central No. 2 Flyer oast 7:45 a. m. central No. 3 Local west 10:45 a. m. central No. 4 Local east 11 p. m. central No. 8 Local east 11:15 a. m. central No. 7 Arrives from east 4:20 p.m. central Local freight east daily except Sun. 5 a.m G. R. CASE, Agent. NOTICH FOR PUBLICATION Department. of tho Interior, Land Otlico nt Minot. N. D- Sept. !•', lfOi. Notice is hereby given that tho following nnmed settlor has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made before Register and Receiver at Minot, N. I), on Oct. 24, 1903, viz Archie D. Hill. H. K. No. 13S51, for the sw'i, sec. 3, tp. l."4, r. 83. He names following witnesses tt prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Ertie 15. Hill. Walton Hill. Harry Corwin and K. H. Boyer, nil of Minot. N. D. R. C. SAXBOKU. Register. The Blaisdell-Bird Co., Agents. 9-lli 10-21 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interi...

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. — 30 September 1903

v* v'wm-A iW'J^&wyir VOLUME 3. NUMBER A A A*"* A*"* MINOT, 24. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY ON IMPROVED LANDS IN WARD CO UNITY I ALSO LOAN MONEY TO MAKE FINAL PROOFS The Pricoaer io (lain his Freedom Will Have to Saw Ms way Out #f five Heavy Steel Doors and Chisel Throagh a Two Foot W»H~ Floor WiM be Ceofeot.. The plans fo»r the new sheriff,, residence and jail fbf Ward county have arrived and from the ap­ pearance of them, the prisoner who saws his way out of a cell or digs a tunnel under the wall will deserve to have his picture hung in the-Hall of Fame. The..build­ ing is to be modern ijn style, stearti heated,, eJwtrics'liglitedaBd finished in hard wood. The jail is to be a, dandy, regular Sipg Sing#t$e. Tli^^qp^bleifeiroiii the outside and the wrong doer is ushered into a vestibule. A. strong and Wall Qf 3t.| O E N O S O N Minot, Nortli Dakota r——i- In Wa*-d county cheaper than any other agency OUR JAIL WILL BE STRONG W Y? ^?sVv? 'Because I believe in quick sales and "small profits,...

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. — 30 September 1903

i'' & 3-. •. J* h. SfT 'CK' 4 1 jfev I Wj\ .'4 he* vV ADDITIONAL LOCALS. W. F. Whitniore, of Surrey, claims the banner yield in that part of the county. From thirty acres he secured MHO bushels of flax. ,1. ('. Cartel*, an experienced shoe and clothing man from St. Louis, Mo., has taken a position in those departments of the Le land Department store. Farmers say that where the flax has been wet before thresh­ ing, nearly three bushels remain in the straw per acre. This can­ not be considered totally lost however, for the straw makes an excellent feed. Jelniar Rundquist, foreman for Eugene Teutsch, is putting on the steel shingles for the Brunner residence. The interior of the building is birch finish and the home is considered as fine as any in the city. Presiding Elder Moore will be in charge of the services at the M. E. church Sabbath. Com­ mission services at 11 a. m. Regular evening service. Rev. J. G. Moore at Donny brook Tuesday assisted the local minister of the M. E. chu...

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. — 30 September 1903

:|&rmm Iras S ,* f-v S sr| I 'lis 111 yyJKV We wish to announce that o«r. stock of f*fl and vy^ntpr' goods ajr6 now arriving daily, they ar&jSpen fo^youf inspection and criticism, as we are always plean&ito show goods, O CLOTHING Mens Bd)«"anW ChildrShs SuitiJ.'-* A large line" of t%6 seisoriablft Gp' to date goods just arrived.. We shall be pleased to have you look through this department before purchasing) as we know we ..can please you both in price' and quality. Our gents furnishings such as pants, overalls, shirts, duck coats, underwear, etc., is overstocked. We are leaders in this department, which we will leave to quality and priccs to convince you !U. Muhs, 4 S- shqes! We bundle the celebrated Bradley & Metcalf line of shoes. Those who have purchased these shoes here know, there -is 'inorfe -better1' those who. are not acquainted with this celebrated'shoe try the next pair and let us convince you. We are going to handle tho Goodyear glove, overshoes and rubbe...

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. — 30 September 1903

i. THE WARD CD. INDEPENDENT PCBLI8HKD EVRKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX. G. D. COLCORD. CONGRESS PUBLISHES. KDITOR. ENTERED JUNE 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT OF OF MARCH 3, 1879. The Official P*P?r for the City of Mi oot, and tbs Tax List (or Ward County. Wednesday, Sept. 30. Tried to Run Minot. A man named McCarty, who was with the gang of railroad workmen sent west by Jim Hill, got on a terrible drunk Monday night and was placed in the city calaboose. He was fined twenty dollars and costs but could not pay the fine. He will do street work until sent out of town. He used loud and abusive language and tried to run the municipal affairs. S walled the Bullet. Harry Bice a boy from Donnv brook was brought to this city Monday by Dr. Morrison. He had been accidentally shot in the jaw with a pistol. The bullet went into his mouth and it is thought that he swallowed it. One tooth was taken out and his jaw was shattered. It was a very narr...

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. — 30 September 1903

r?3v?* |V- r. I*'*. TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM MINOR TOPICS istrict Court will convene Qct. Mrs. Johg^)'Leary gave birth to a child Thursday. Harry Carr reports600 bushels of flax from 70 acres. Geo. H. Griffen has gone to Ray to prove up on his claim. Rev. J. G. Moore will go to Burlington to preach Sunday. Editor G. P. McKee, of Portal, was down on busidess Tuesday. A child was bom to Henry Dye and wife at Burlington Thurs­ day. Mrs. R. C. Sanborn has returned from an extended visit in Minne­ sota. Win. Wilkinson returned to the land office after a month's va­ cation. N. J. Coddington went to St. Paul to order the newspaper pi ant for Des Lacs. A girl in Kansas who Ed. E. Freeden will carry mail from Mi­ not to Ryder. There was no insurance on the M. E. church which burned in the Bottineau fire. Contractor Marrs is building a ffne residence for Taylor, the Glenburn lumberman. The 800 restaurant company is putting up a fine building at Portal for eating purposes. F. A. Baker has been ver...

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. — 30 September 1903

"C ri-V h- rf I')' W'" I' lilt I'' Mfi-' K." "s:. I V-\ up. sZMi&b ADDITIONAL LOCALS. #V United States •ynimissionerM. J. Barrett has resigned, to take effect November 1. He will still conduct his law and land busi­ ness. V^" A fine head of cabbage three feet in circumference, is on dis­ play at Freed een & Stewart's office. It wnf* raised near the city. A. G. Mahler, of raft on was here Wednesday looking' for a location in the mercantile busir ness. He considered that Minot had enough stores already but will likely settle in this part of the state. Chris Thompson tiled on land near Kenmare and caused forty acres to be broken. Ditliff Theis squatted 011 the land prior to Thompson's tiling' and has re plevined the whole of this seas­ on's crop from Thompson and has possession. The case will be settled in the liwt term of dis­ trict court. The cover of the West laud edu­ cator. the teachers magazine published at Lisbon, has an ex­ cellent picture of I'rof. Wolfe of this city. ...

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. — 30 September 1903

Waterford. Frank Eddy visited Minot Fri­ day. Adolph Heinze is busy stacking his flax. Perry Bailey is threshing his grain this week. Howard Baisley is breaking stubble this week. Quite a lot of threshing has been done in this vicinity. Mr. Bailey and Howard Bailey threshed their grain Monday. J. F. Heinze is doing some breaking for Mr. Hathway this week. John Heinz is digging a cellar to move his shack over as soon as possible. Highland. Chas. and Arthur Mussy and others in, that neighborhood ^threshed. Gorden Campbell and wife were down to the Stafford coal mine ifj Sunday and say they have made many changes. They are open y.ing the mine in a new place which wul make it much easier to get .. out of. They are giving pome of the work to the settlers now. A greai many cattle are roiss ing since the, blizzard. Gordon Campbell had four calves stray away which, were found dead near Gasman's ranch. Mr. Fubbert's cattle started out Saturday afternoon and went 25 miles south. He has 20 sti...

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. — 30 September 1903

N°£Si No. 1 Flyer west depart 2:10 a. IU. central No. 2 Flyer east 7:45 a. m. central No. 3 Local west 10:45 a. m. central No. Local east 11 p. m. central No. 8 Local east 11:15 a. m. central No. 7 Arrives from oast 4:~0 p.m. central Local freight east daily except Sun. 5 a.m (i. R. CASE, Agent. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Minot, i. D., Sept. 2*2, 1903. Notice is hereby given that the fol­ lowing named settler has Hied notice of his intention to make final proof in sup­ port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John Lynch Clerk of the District Court for Ward County, N. D. at Minot, N. D. on Oct. 29,1903, viz: Mav M. Evans, H. E. No. 13434, for the ne&, sec. 10, tp. r. 84. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Amnion E. Stakston, John A. Stak ston. Lewis T. Larson, Ludvilt E. Miehelson. all of Minot, N. D. R. C. SANBORN,- Register. John Lvni-h. 9-2.1 10-2S ...

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. — 7 October 1903

•i 1 t* 'V A. WILL NOT BUILD .' JAIL THIS YEAR Ttuisch's Bid was The Lowest but Advcr* -, tiscment. for B!ds W'iSl be Couli.iued Ninety Days Commissioners In Session. The County Commissioners met Monday afternoon with Com­ missioner John Wallin in the •, chair. Commissioners Torbenson, Blaclc, Swanson and Richardson were present. The first work taken up was opening' the bids for the building' of the new jail and sheriff's residence. Five bids were jn as follows: f^g'lund Bros., $13,45)0. V-Engene Teutsch, $1.1.,8(58. -J. Warner, $1:2,875. ''I). II. L(/A. L4.r,04-. J). A. Co., §12,r,71. I lad tlie^f ob been let that day Eugene Teutsch would have been the lucky man, but it was as­ certained that the advertisement for bids had not been published long' enough, it requiring ninety days. The commissioners have ordered the advertisement for bids placed in the papers once more and the bids will be opened January 0. Mr. Teutsch's bid was accom­ panied by a certified check of $500 as a guaran...

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. — 7 October 1903

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED KVBRY \VICDNKSDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. F. TRL'AX. I). COLCOML). I'DLLISU HI!. 'EDITOR. KNTKKIMl JUNK 18, li'02, AS SKCONT)-CLASS MATT'SK, l'0:T-tFKICK, MI NOT, N. !., ACT OF COUO.KKSd OF M.VUCH 1879. The Official Paper for the City of Mi-1 not, and tb? Tax List for Ward County. Sixteen Years Ago. The first city election ever held in Minot was held on Saturday October 28th 1887 when .lames H. Scoiield was elected Mayor. Patrick McXamnra, Treasurer and Itr. Belyea. W. A. Mott, P. K. Field, Win. Bonnelle, Ed. Kelley and Eugene Coleman were elected as aldermen. There were 440 votes cast. The Czar o5 Russia arrived in Vienna last Thursday since which he and Emperor Francis Joseph have been discussing the Balkan situation. The clever wire pullers have succeeded in substituting E. G. Hay in place of W. H. Euslic, as appraiser of the port of New York at the very modest sum of $7,000 per year. According to a statement made by Daniel S. Becker, the lawyer w...

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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