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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 9 December 1903

r\. i\ I I 4 nis rau 5 net r»nf good Black, Tan BlueGray novelty Skirtings Another Stock of Clothing Bought at Sheriff Sale now on Sale* #9.35 suit for #7.00. #12.50 suit for #9.37. #15.00 suit for #11.25. #16.00 suit for #12.00. #20.00 suit for #15.00. #4.00 Mens Ulsters for #2.20. #6.00 Mens Ulsters for #3.75. #10.00 Mens Ulster for #5.50. #12.00 Mens Ulster for #6.50. #9.50 Mens Ulster for #5.00. Boys Knee Pant Suits Age 3 to 15. #1.50 Boys suit for 98 cts. #2.50 Boys suit for #1.27. #3.50 Boys suit for #2.00. #4.00 Boys suit for #2.50. #500 Boys suit for #3.00. #6.50 Bovs suit for $4.50. #7.50 Boys suit for $5.00. •sf Queen Quality Shoes The enormous success of the "Queen Quality" The Palmer Cloaks. otyie A Written Guarantee with Kvery One Pall Ladies Black Melton #4.90 Shoe has aroused a host of Imitators* An imita­ tion is neve? as good as the original* Insist upon the name "Queen Quality" being stamped in every pair S$3.00 The Queen Quality Shoe is equal to any Shoe on the ma...

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. — 9 December 1903

**©und the Sta ^poooooocoooooooooo mill it* malic-1 II SUCCt)MH. it: 'eterson. of Row bells, will O acres next Season. tvo eases of small pox at Wil m, but the town is well quar- lVook has a rami free d$ivery ii'oute and the Mirror el^iiQM the credit tor it. (^OuntyAuditor Larsou states that Ward county has quadrupl­ ed. in wealth in four years. .The statements of Kennuire banks shows that plenty ofmonev is made around those parts. •JlbSChiy L. Scott has purchased the share of the Lansford Times from his partner, John Scliiitzlar. Frank W. Rohrabacher living uorthof Renville has 2,800bush­ els of flax from this reason's crop One-hundred and seventy-five inters are working* at Mo­ on the numerous improve ta. The Keninare Diamond Coal was awarded the medal for .•ingl-the best coat exhibited at at a total, insurance on ?ihe icourt Jiojise and furnishings ot Cass county which •was f5t£0OO. 7 were burned .5 AMrfe Nearly every town in the wes­ tern part of the state the ereamepy fever. 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. — 9 December 1903

The Bankers of the Eighth Judicial District are in session in Kelley's hall in this city this afternoon. Atty. Le Sueur addressed them for fifteen minutes. He gave a very strong ad­ dress and the advice which he gave the moneyed men was excellent. What hurts one part of the district will have a tendency to give the other parts a black eye. If one bankor gets cramped for money it is the duty for the other bank­ ers to see that he is assisted. "Organi­ zations are good but may be abused." said Mr. LeSueur. The bankers at this age have to organize and talk over the best methods for conducting business. Mr. LeSueur told the bankers that the keys of the city were in their hands and warned them not to give them back un­ til after they had returned to their homes. G. L. Bickford, of Bowbells, in res­ ponding thanked Mr. LeSueur and the people of Minot for their kind welcome. Banker Livdahl, of Velva, presided over the meeting temporarily and J. A. Erickson of this city acted as secretary. ...

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. — 9 December 1903

Coal office with K. T. Magan. Telephone No. 1 1 THE 4 LEADING xcks. SECOND UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. officers: JOSEPH ROACH, PbksIDENT, P. P. LEEjVicr-President, RE. BARRON1,Cashtkr, dibscxor* ERIK *. BAMSTA0. T. P. KtfLAAS. P. P. LBK. J08KTH BOACH. K.B. BAUON'. OLDEST BANK IN WARD COUNTY. GILROY & HETHERTON Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry P. ILDVEDSEN Contractor and Builder •.* Plans and Specifications Made on all Classes of Work. No charges for Estimates to those who intend to build. Hoffman Block. Minot, X. Dak. Minot Scandinavian Hotel, S 1 to The Only Scandinavian Hotel. First-class. $1.00 a Day. Strict attention given the traveling public. Can accommodate eight? people Give us acall and let us please you. Telephone. "Bus meets all trains. Half block West of Soo Depot. Minot, N. D. Furniture Man Ovor John Wilson's Store. The Largest Stock of Furniture Ever Brought to Min«t. Loi Iho.v Bi:r»s. Crxtkh Taiilks. Sofas. CoMMonics. Mattresses. Dkesskks. Wardijobes. Uahv ...

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. — 9 December 1903

ffi I :",r' 1 V. AX? s,) Golden Rule A terrible fire started in Donnybrook this morning and most of the west side •of'the city burned. It is reported that the lire started in the pool room. The pool room and bowling alley were burn ed, also the following business houses: White & Rose's big drug store: N. O. Sonnden's, general store S. Areengard's, •clothing store and two restaurants the big new 910.000 block of Barkke & & Wieman, used mn a General store and -V. Big Damage Suit The Davis damaged suit is on at the district court this week in which Martin Jacobson, 1). A. Minnie and Peter Fugelso are jointly sued for $15,000. The following is the jury: E. Joslyn, R. O. Rogers, Fred Trumble, W M". Tavish, Andrew Lazarus, S. W. Fredrichs, C. Solberg. Peter ltamstad, C. F. Schwartz, Eli Siflith, Teter Larson and Geo. J. B. Taylor. Our Christinas Goods will be all in this week. We know we area little late, but I it will pay you to wait un­ til you see our line, consist­ ing of ...

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. — 9 December 1903

WANT COLUMN J. W. Bode sells steamship tickets. Land scrip (or sale. C. A. Johnson. The Pride of Minot is the popular flour. It leads. 15 tf. Buy one of those new organs jut re­ ceived at MoJannet's. 13 tf. Blank notes and chattel mortgag re­ leases for sale at this office. I have now a good supply of Burling­ ton and Kenmare coal, P. H. Baukol. 2tf K. W. Jones Has just received 100 tons of the best grade of blacksmith coal. 6tf The Pride of Minot is going in every direction. It mast be good flour. 13 tf. Just received soma of the latest or- Furnished rooms for rent. Independent office. Fanners, bring your grain to the El liott Elevator east of the Great Northern depot where you receive courteous treat­ ment and the highest prices. 26 tf The Elliott Elevator pays the farmers the very highest price for their grain. If you have any doubts, come in and have a talk with the manager, L. Moe 26 tf. Do you need any mittens or gloves? We would like to sell you a pair. Cleven 4b Hanson, Mino...

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. — 16 December 1903

TO PROVIDE NEW FIRE WHISTLE flcMe Mocfclaf BM Will be PlMei oa tfcc Pawer Htne of the Electric Ughl Pltat—White to AbMi With Bars At last Minot is to have anew fire alarm, a genuine mocking bird, one of the screechers that jfill make your hair stand on in the middle of the night, Jen you ate ticjoyiqg sweet w-, ^Jmif'or at noonday when you are devouring a luscious dinner Theicity council has ordered a new whistle to be placed on the •electric light plant. The whistle and the labor pladng it will cost •T5. The ward# Will be donated "Ward 1 will bf located with 1 whistle. Ward* 2 and 3 by 2 •ad1 3 respectively. The hyd* /rants will be numbered .and do aated accordingly The plan is a good one and will put a stop to the' Aire boys Irandering all over town looking ror a fire. Liveryman White was granted permission to continue with the big addition to his livery barn. White's carpsnters were com­ pelled to stop work on the barn because the building is within the toe limits. White showed f...

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. — 16 December 1903

rHA^V:^ tp i. iff '••-v 4 I* pjfipijiiti I i)itpi|i:T|irijiirii pin ,i AVe MIV —Voirll Leland The Sale of Handkerchiers provided for the wants of Handkerchief Buyers, as be or or a double the selling space. N\ have done every tiling tow aid making selling easy. The Toys and Games A liiMJCf' of wonders for the little folks—to itemize is im­ possible in our alioted space see all about wonder­ land when you come. THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBU9HED EVKKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX. G. D. COLCORD. •ENTERED JUNE 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS ATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. I., ACT 3P CONGRESS OF MARCH •, 1879. KITtltKY. l»ui svas in town Friday on special business. Loafers seein to l»e a little *can-e around town now. 1 lobby Hums seems to be a little uneasy-about getting*home Friday. It #11 owed a little. W. Culvertson went to .uinot Friday evening on business re garding the flat house which he:f jljas l^een running. 3ome of the old bachelors sneaked out of their former homes, ...

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. — 16 December 1903

V- ,%IXWSIXIXI3V%9V%9SWX i*" 4t s. REASON WHY Every sane man or woman should insure in the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York may he briefly stated as follows: Because it is the oldest active life insurance Com­ pany in the country, having been founded in 184 {. It is also the most successful company of its kind in the world. Hecause it is the largest and strongest, of all the companies it has immense accumulations, all held for the benefit and security of its policy holders: it has a very large number of policy holders, re­ siding in the most healthful localities of the Unit­ ed States and Europe, and comprising the best men of every community. Because it is well manged. fair liberal has an un­ blemished record, and transmits its business on equitable and correct principles, and in the inter­ ests of its policy-holders. Because it is purely mutual and all the profits in­ jure the benefit of the policy-holders, who are mem members of the Company. Because its rates of premium ...

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. — 16 December 1903

Coal THE LEADING ".. .09 WUCOT. .. Capital, $80^000 Surplus ft Profits* 7.000 titflTED STATES DEPOSITARY. OFFICERS: JOSEPH ROACH, PRESIDENT, ,P. P. LEE, VIOK-PBWIIDRIIT, E. BARRON, CASHIER, DIRBCTOBS XBIK R. BAMSTAD. T. P. JFU».\A.-. P. ?. LiLE. JOSETH ROACH. B. E. B4JIKON. OLDEST BANK IN WAJEiD COUNTY. GILROY & HETHERTON 23MN?€• Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry Made arrangements with the Larson Mine, one of the best in the state, for coal, and in cases I cannot, get cars enough I will haul with four teams. Office with K. T. Hagan, Telephone No. 1H) P. ILDVEDSEN Contractor and Builder Plans and Specifications Made on all Classes of Work. No charges for Estimates to those, who intend to build. Hoffman Block. Minot, N. Dak Minot Scandinavian Hotel, St Gulsth, Propritar The Only Scandinavian Hotel. First-class. $1.00 a Day. Strict attention given the traveling public. Can accommodate eighty people Give us acall and let us please you. To.lnplione. 'Bus meets all trains. Hal...

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. — 16 December 1903

Now to Proceed Under the Estray .. Law.' No person except a house­ holder mil take up an estra and then only between April 1st and November ttOth inclusive. The party taking an estray shall advertise according to the following section which tooK effect July 1, 1 llOvi. Sec. 1 ."72 Notice of Taking l'p Estrays. Kach person taking up an estray horse, mare, colt, mule, ass or any meat cattle, sheep, hog or goat, shall within ten days thereafter give notice of the finding- and taking- up of such animal in a weekly newspaper, if there is such a newspaper pub­ lished in the county, if not. in the nearest newspaper, which ad­ vertisement shall give a descrip­ tion of such estray a,nd the ma rK», and brands thereon. Any per­ son taking up such estray shall also file within ten days, wrfch the county auditor of the county wherein such estray is taken up a description of such estray and the marks and brands thereon. Any person taking up such es trays who fails to advertise as aforesaid and fi...

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. — 16 December 1903

ft' 'Ilv .Hv' W' re 1 This Fall Style 5per txm¥ nmrxf- goodJBlaek, Tan BlueGray novelty Skirtings Another Stock of Clothing Bought at Sheriff Sale now on Sale* |59.35 suit for $7.00. $12.50 suit for $9.37. $15.00 suit $11.25. $16.00 suit for $12.00. $20.00 suit for $15.00. kOtf Mens Ulsters for $2.20. $6.00 Mens Ulsters for $3.75. £10.00 Mens Ulster for $5.50. $12.00 Mens Ulster for $6.50. j9.50 Mens Ulster for $5.00. Boys Knee Pant Suits Age 3 $1.50 Boys suit "for 98 cts. $3.50 Boys suit for $2.00. $500 Boys suit for $3.00. $7.50 Boys suit for $5.00. Queen Quality Shoes The enormous success of the "Queen Quality" ard ware. W.e^can furnish hardware for building at closer prices than you are paying and ask a chance to figure cn your hardware bill. See us for guns and revolvers, we have a good line of Bifle Shells, our prices are low. We quote vou good copper bottom Wash Boiler 75 cts. Wash Board 25 cts. Curry Ccmb 5 cts. Horse Brush 10 cts. Coffee Pot 15 cts. Tea Ket­ tle 25 cts.Ccal...

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. — 16 December 1903

Ml 'iff I J* Rev. C. C. Williams will preach in the Baptist church next Sun raomin^ and evening-. Otto waitz is sporting a pluck­ ed otter 8300 overcoat—much to the envy of his friends. John Stronunen went to Crook ston, Minn. Tuesday to visit se­ veral weeKs with his father and other relatives. The new sixty foot smoke stack was raised over the round house Tuesday afterconsiderable delay and is now in use.. Mrs. A. P. Scofield returned to Fargo Tuesday morning and will remain there untill the re­ lease of her husband. which wf a a a so The Independent went in hal-l vers with Pro. F.-ihnkimler in sending a tele^Ta::! to IK'miy-' brook to get the particulars re garding the tire lasl week. -ftj got the write-up. .Moral: Don't have anything to with thf Dutch. "Win. Friek from Pratt is tak a few week I ing a milk diet for here. He The Independent is in receipt of a report of the grain threshed by T. C. Welch's rig the past sea­ son. E. Allen managed the out­ fit successfully. The total ...

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 December 1903

I fA 2 *2 "L 1 & ,- & it NOV. 1888. •If'' fv kw tr'j t'himr r- I''' I- •fj-i'ls Underwear 'At Doz Men's Sanitary fleeced Shirts und Drawers sold all over for 50c @39c 2T doe Mens heavy wool tteoee skirts and drawers worth GJx sale price -48c tit) doz Men's heavy wool ribbod shirts and drawers, bargain at 81.00 fr ®3c 8 Dozen Ladies Union Underwear nil sizes 10 doz ladies extra tine ribbod fleeced vests and pants sale price each -4So 12 doz ladies ribbed fleeced vests and pants worth 35c sale prico .2Sc lt5 doz children's heavy fleeced shirts and pants worth 3fc each sale price sizes 16 to 2" 25c 12 doz boys underwear sizes 18 to 34 worth 50c sale price.... 25 Don't Rut off Buying at These Prices Fur Coats To introduce our new coat made from Australian Buffalo wts will on the first lOeoats give $5.00 off $22 coat Dricc $18 Our $25 buffalo coat $20.00 Finest Australian Buffalo Satin Lined $33 Coat This Sale $5 off at $28 Black Dogskin Coat, Warm and Sensible For This Sale $10 ...

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. — 16 December 1903

W, X. .r«,,:-.#w„ ^V^VK V*Ty* Toy Flat Irons from Toy Hanks Golden Rule Iron Railroad Trains from Dolls. Dolls. Dolls from J. B. Taylor. HOLIDAY=== GOODS We have our entire stock of Holiday Goods open for your inspection, and cordially invite you to -come in and look them over. We Have No Old Stock To Sell You. IronHook and Ladder from Tov Coffee Mills •V* Our line of Toys of all kinds. Dolls. Books, Games. FancyHMiina, Glassware. Opal Ware, Shells, Souv­ enirs, etc.. .it the prices we have made on them they are unbeatable. We have the best line of Cheap and medium priced Holiday Goods'ever •shown.in Minot. Just a Sample of Our Many Bargains 15c Books of all kinds for the Children from... Drug Stora. Lemad Hotel Minot, N. D. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, U. S. land oftice Mlnot, N. D„ Dec. 5, J90fl. A sufficient contest affidavit having lieen filei in this office by John Keller, conteetant. against James C. McRae, entry NapiSS, made l-ii-lWOl, for nejjj Section lnTowns...

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. — 16 December 1903

..51% fe, Lots on easy payments, call ou write to HOMES FOR ALL In liar tin an & Schwirtz's New Elite Addition to Minot. This property adjoins Ex-Mayor Johnson's palatial home. J. W. Rode soils steamship tickets. Land scrip for sale. C. A. Johnson. The Pride of Minot is the popular Hour. It leads. 15 Look at your calendars and see if it aaa't about time to buy some "Pride ot Hiaot" flour. 19-tf All kinds of land and townsites for *ale. Address N. W. Comfort of White JSarth, or J. W. Maloney, Minot. 6-tf She went all over town for Oxford's and finally paid 12.50 for a pair of Pin gree make that pleased her immensly. We can do fully as well for you. J. M. Wilson. 6 tf. Go to the Palace Barber Shop for a food 25c bath.—W. E. Johnson. 16 Go to the Palace Barber Shop for a ,food 25c bath.—W. E. Johnson. 19 Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire at Independent office. 24 to 2. We grind feed for the farmers every day. Minot Milling Co. 24 tf. We exchange flour for wheat. Minot Milling Co. 2...

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. — 16 December 1903

VOLU whi? 11 The Advantages of Eadowmeit Life Insurance are. that talcon out early ID 6ooooooooooooooooooooooooo S Around the State 1 O 9 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOflO Towner county has the small pox. Five births at Lansford last week. Palermo may have a bricK yard in the spring. jSix elevators are under con­ struction at Moliall. Mohall has the best depot along the new line, J0x80 feet. A baby girl was left at the door of Ii. B. Pendroy of Balfour. Mohall people assert that the •otidwill not be extended next '•ear^ Suicide is increasing in North ukota and the insane asylums 'e becoming crowded. •vifty-two national banks were trtecl in Jbis state in the past r^par re urn ion of fa co,t Wi-t ^id -that Editor dWnfer'is~~to be the postmaster there. ^I'ando miller states that the raised about that place a jj-ear is the best he ever saw. have been made against Hster Hall of Mphall and Pirtlose the pfiicfe. Vi k, man t'rc^ant8 Donny brooK ..^v. 'aed out were not adver littie ciuere jg a war...

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. — 16 December 1903

The Toys and Games A maze of wonders for the little folks—to itemize is im­ possible in our alloted space —You'll see all about wonder­ land when you come. THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT FCBLMHED KTKRX WmUOBDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. e. V. TEC AX, O. D. COLCORD, or owoBBa OF MARCH 3, 1879. REDUCE LICENSES FOR THEATRES The Cttjr Coaadl Passea Two Ordinances Re* docint the Licenses of Theatres Irem Five Dollars a Night to Fifty CeaU—Li ceases lor Pool tables Lessened. Hereafter the theatres which entertain in this city will have to pay only fifty cents a night license instead of five dollars as heretofore. The city council at its meeting Monday night pass­ ed an ordinance to that effect. The city does-*not care for the small amount of money which the city derives from the theatrical companies, but by requiring that 2k license must be issued each t.imftj $ ill have an opportunity of controlling the class of thea­ tres which shall visit Minot. Ordinance No. 55 was passed reducing the license f...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 16 December 1903

An evening pupm* in this city makes a vicious and unwarranted assault upon the people of North Dakota on account of their demand for such a chango in the national irrigation act as will permit the funds collected un­ der it to be silent in the states that contribute them. As the act stands, the proceeds of public land sales in the several states are covered into the irrigation fund, and this is available for carrying out irrigation projects wherever decided upon by the federal authorities. There is no connection between the origin of the money and the locality where reservoirs are con­ structed and other improvements made. At the meetings held in North Dakota recently, it was urged that the money should be spent in the states that con­ tributed it, and a bill to that effect is now before the senate. This is what the contemporary re­ ferred to calls •'encumbering the poli­ cy with local craft." It argues that the public lands are federal and not state property that money derived from...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 16 December 1903

I jSNgii *& Ordinal* reducing and billi» alley in r. a month a mont'^ IV. tber' & at mf -pp. This Fall Style 4 per cent »'ood Black, Tan BlueGray noveltv Skirtings Another Stock of Clothing Bought at Sheriff Sale now on Sale. $0.35 suit for $7.00. $12.50 suit for $0.37. $15.00^suit for $11.25. $16.00 suit for $12.00. $20.00 suit tor $l i.00. $4.00 Mens Listers for $2.20. $6.00 Mens Listers for $3./ iui si0.00 Mens Lister for $5.50. $12.00 Mens Ulster for $6. 0. ,, $i.5() Mens Lister for $5.0 Boys nee Pant Suits Age 3 to 1 5. •^1.27. *2.50. $4..10. $1.50 Boys suit for 98 cts. $3.50 Hoys suit for $2.00. $500 Boys suit lor $7.50 Boys suit ifiv $5.00. Qu^n Quality Shoes The enormous success of the "Queen jj Quality" Shoe has aroused a host of Imitators. An imita­ tion is never as good as the original Insist upon the name "Queen Quality" being stamped in every pair The Queen Quality Shoe for $3.00is equal to any Shoe on the market sold for 50c to $1.00 more. Hardware can furnish ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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