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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 6 January 1904

•John J. Coyle, one of Minot's prominent attorneys was in the terrible fire in the Iroquois thea­ tre in Chicago when over600 lost their lives. Mr. Coyle's wife ac­ companied him and it is only a miracle why both were not in steidy killed. Mr. Coyle's cou- MINOT LAWYER AND WIFE IN CHICAGO FIRE John J. Coyle and Wife Were in the Iroquois Theatre at the Time 600 Lost their Lives—Mr. Coyle's Cousin Instantly The Independent is one of my steadiest visitors this winter and lam proud to say that of a half dozen different city papers that I receive, it is the best one. The life in this part oV the world is now kind of one sided, that is for the actual farmer as such nucsances as the "Twice-a year" visitors and the "Flicker t^iils" have left us and I hope that those fellows are gone with­ out return tickets. With regard to iny friends, I am yours truly, L. MOE. A large and attentive audience filled the church last Sunday evening. The music by the new cnoir was especially good. The choir was...

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. — 6 January 1904

f|, *£V rfa* 1 ys «j, t\ ,f Trrt- (t rjP $ &<!s 1 I"/*. th H'f-" •Jf! SB# •W$ If !r rS" 1 1 if m 1 1 mi- 9 & %s 1 u" E K* Wk -W THp WARD CO. INDEPENDENT TCFCUUMD IVMY WBDMTTDAV.^ TRUAX it COLCORD. C, Ft TBVAX, O. D. COLCORD, PlIBLIIIHKK. KDITOB. WTUUTD JCMI18,1908, AS B8COND-C1.A8B •ATTKR, POST-OFPICK, MINOT, N. D., ACT 99 aoffaaaaa or MARCH 3, 1879. '!j| An Ante-Election Thought. Political Boss—L saw a little joke in an altnauac today: •'Where there's a will there's a wax—to break it." v.- His Lieutenant—Yes? II' $ Political Boss—Yes, and it got uie thinKin' about the "will of the people." We've got to think up anew way to break that.— Philadelphia PI'^HH. The above clipping certainly gives us food for thought. All of the large daily papers west of Chicago are filled with the signs of 4pproachitig dissension in the ranks of the Republican party before the convention to bp held at Chicago next June. The followers of Mark Hanna ar$ simply waiting for a chance to 6tain]ede ...

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. — 6 January 1904

WARD CO. INDEPENDENT TOSuuord wnmi w*DNfesiMY. TRUAX & COLCORD. drtnuAx. a COLCORD fo'pne PUBMRMMB. Karros. imn 18,1908, oojcorkm as ••oond-olabs hatthi, roiMmoi, miwot,m. d., act «r or march 3, 1879. v' An Ante-Election Thought. I Political Boss— I saw little joke in an almanac today: ftWhere there's a will there's "a way—to break it." Lieutenant—Yes? 5 ^Political Boss—Yes, arid it got »oe thinxin' about the "will o! the people.'' We've got to think up a new way to break that.— Philadelphia Press. A The above clipping certainly gives us food for thought. All of the large daily papers west of Chicago are filled with the signs of approaching dissension in the ranks of the Republican party before the convention to be held at (Chicago next June. |rTJie followers of Mark Hanna arqfsimply waiting for a chance to Atamiede the party in favor of *the big boss,- There is no doijbt that so far as he himself is &>nfcerned that he would be per­ fectly willing to, make the saeri ijice...

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. — 6 January 1904

fi?' feiv: |.&A' S# t„ I* &Xii $'l:/.. .W-i I •W W& ,fejg lit •W'r- Ire mum j»i.'.i^.. \»liifiiiiill SilPilMf THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT TUtlUUniO KVKKY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. Ft TRUAX, a. D. COLCORD, PUBLISHKE Kditob CNTKRKD JDN* 18, 1902, AS 8BCOND-CLA88 MATTER, POBT-OrFICK, MINOT, N. D., ACT 0* OONGRKSS OF MARCH 3, 1879. An Ante-Election Thought. rj\ Political Iloss— 1 saw a little joke in an almatme today: •'Where there's a will there's a way—to break it.'' tf is Lieutenant—Yes? Political Boss—Yes, ami it got uie thinKin' about the "will of the people." We've got to think up anew way to break that.— Philadelphia Press. The above clipping certainly gives us food for thought. All of the large daily papers west of Chicago are filled with the signs of 4pproaching dissension in the ranks of the Republican party before the convention to be held at Chicago next June. TJie followers of Mark Hanna arQsimply waiting for a chance to Stampede the party in favor of *the...

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. — 6 January 1904

PBUI 1' 4 "r MINOR TOPICS James Briggs spent New Year's at Bow bells. Rev. Edgar Jones will be at Park River next Sunday. "Pickwick Rye" will be the subject of the sermon at the First Presbyterian church next Sunday evening. W. H. Reighert has been ill of quinsey for several days. John H. Lewis and wife have returned from Bodon, Mass., where they visited friends. ft rbptn.#W*{ mi •k A tour KM 1 I). A. Dinnie's horse hitched to *l\, a cutter ran nway Thursday but did not do much damage. o" Birch Reed's home was quaran '/.|A tined for a week on account of two of the children having scarlet fever. Earl Jacobson and A. F. Bacon -V^j»^(ining on giving a big raast[0^fade) ball in Jacobson's opera house the evening of Feb. H. MM •, Coal for sale at reasonable prices. Plenty on hand. Leave word at H. E. Wheeler's store. Wm. Wendt, Minot, Minot, N. D. 37-t-4-p. The Independent is informed ^that a woman named Mrs. Pearl •living in the E. N. Metcalf house across the river, has been very ill 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. — 6 January 1904

I MINOR TOPICS James Briggs spent New Tear's at Bow bells. Rev. Edgar Jones will be at Park River next Sunday. "Pickwick Rjre" will be the subject of the sermon at the First Presbyterian church next Sunday evening. W. H. Reighert has bee* ill of quinsey for several days. John H. Lewis and wife have returned from Bodon, Mass., where they visited friends. D. A. Dinnie's horse hitched to a cutter ran away Thursday but did not do much damage. Birch Reed's home was quaran­ tined tor a week on account of to two of the children having scarlet lever. Karl Jaoobson and A. F. Bacon j^Vining on giving a big nawpjwtei ball in Jaeobson's opera hOuse'the evening of Feb. 14. Coal for sale at reasonable prices. Plenty on hand. Leave word at H. E. Wheeler's store. Wm. Wendt, Minot, Minot, N. D. 37-t-4-p. The Independent is informed that a woman named Mrs. Pearl living in the E. N. Metcalf house across the ri ver, has been very ill of mental trouble. The shop that has the reputa­ tion for good honest...

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. — 6 January 1904

1 MINOR TOPICS James Briggs spent New Tear's at Bowbells. Rev. Edgar Jones will be at Park River next Sunday. "Pickwick Rye" will be (ha subject of the sermon at the First Presbyterian church next Sunday evening. W. H. Reighert has been ill of quinsey for several days. John H. Lewis and wife have returned from Bodon, Mass., where they visited friends. D. A. Dinnie's horse hitched to a cutter ran away Thursday but did not do much damage. Birch Reed's home was quaran­ tined for a week on account of two of the children having scarlet lever. Karl Jacobson and A. F. Bacon tfojjfcining on giving a big raa^&jfade, ball in Jacobson's opera house the evening of Feb. 14. Coal for sale at reasonable prices. Plentv on hand. Leave word at H. E. Wheeler's store. Wm. Wendt, Minot, Minot, N. D. 37-t-4-p. The Independent is informed that a woman named Mrs. Pearl living in the E. N. Metcalf house across the river, has been very ill of mental trouble. The shop that has the reputa­ tion for good ho...

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. — 6 January 1904

ir. is W Wr:, I 85 t» If t- I: •'I' 1 fr I Ik it 4 I fife lib. •u smi iW-' & M* *& •&K t- WANT COLUMN J. W. Bode sells steamship tickets. Land scrip for sale. C. A. Johnson. The Pride of Minot is the popular Hour.. It leads. 15 cf. Buy one of those new organs just re­ ceived at McJannet's. 13 tf. Blank notes and chattel mortgag re­ leases for sale at this office. K. W. Jones Has just received 100 tons of the best grade of blacksmith coal. 6tf The Pride of Minot is going :n every direction. It must be good flour. 13 tf. Just received some of the latest or­ gans. McJannet,the furniture man. 13tf Get your prescription filled by a grad nate in pharmacy, at the Palace drug store. fi tf If yeu have any horses you wish win­ tered, see or address P. A.. Fuller, Minot, X. D. 18-tf. Look at your calendars and see if it isn't about time to buy some "Pride of Minot" flour. 19-tf All kinds of land and townsites for sale. Address N. W. Comfort of White Earth, or J. W. Maloney, Minot. ...

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. — 13 January 1904

f%v 1 Jv"*'*""* WAR IS "SpeciaTto The Independent: x^The Sun's Hong Kodg co pondent sayB the Japanese vice CQnsul expects a cable any mo stating that war had been declared. Th» priucipal, Jbpan eaex^al firms' sfiip have been cty Jgyftsd by the. governmeht, ,' and members of the concern say Northern and Soo railroads where elevators were supposed to be, and so far as heard from, the reports go to show tlia/t the es­ timate was far below the real figures.,-" v^pThe question asked of the ele -Ift'vators were: How many bushels i-.| of flax have been shipped from y°ur station this year and what ¥5*! is your estimate of the amount still in the hands of the farmers. To the last question the ma­ jority have reported "about 10 per cent still in the hands of „the farmers. From the elevators heard from we have a total num­ ber of bushels shipped 1,732,000, adding 10 per cent for what is' Still in the hands of the farmers for seed etc., and we have 1,749, 320 bushels with seyerpl impor­ tant po...

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. — 13 January 1904

WM*, ffv •M- fv I ir #'-v Capacity 200 *v Barrels Per Day Hi: mi I 1 LEADINO •iC X' rfiriiSiliiWli &v«.» TOjSM \*H| QILROY & HETHERTON Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry TOE OF Mfi The Pride of Minot is Ever Popular. Every Suck is Guaranteed to bo of Uniform Quality. -We Ex­ change Flour for Your Wheat. Bring Your Feed to This Mill and Have it Ground The Following Flours and Ceerals & Always on Hand Pride of Minot, 1st Grade! "C. B." Third Grade. Breakfast Food. Corn Meal. Graham. The North Side Meat Market :Can Save You Money.: Orders taken and Delivered promptly, Phone 18(5: We Handle, Beef Veal Pork Mutton Chickens Fresh Fish Oysters Halibut Sausage and Hamburger Mince Meats We Pay Highest Rrice For Hides We are particular in buying, and you get only first class young Meats. Locate Near West bridge. Tangedahl Bros., Props. Minot, North Dakota Furniture Man Ovtr John Wllaon'a Sfcor*. The Large* Stock of Furniture Ever Brouffct to Minot. LOUNGES, IBOK BEDS. CENTE...

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. — 13 January 1904

LAND OFFICE BUSINESS ffgires From Blsaarck Tell Story of Pro* perlly—A Year's Recard Bismarck, N. D., Jan. 2.—The year ending Dec. 31 marked the close of the year the busiest year «ver experienced by land office officials at Bismarck and shows the extent to which the settle­ ment of the western part of the .state has been carried on. There were 1,250,000 acres of government land appropriated during- the year, and the total cash receipts of the land office were more than $225,000. The following- data will show how the land was appropiated: Homestead entries Homestead proof Timber culture proofs Gash -(commuted) proofs Beservoir filings Soldiers* homesteads Coal entries There is no doubt of the ad vance made in the past year as a -small estimate of the business passing through the Minot trade, would not exceed a million dol­ lars which is caused, entirely, by the location of the land office. To Homesteaders. Our attention has been re­ peatedly called to the fact that many people have ...

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. — 13 January 1904

-j rrlV.^v^^ V- & sr. Wk?' THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX, O. D. COLCORD, PUBLISHES. EDITOR. ENTERED JUNE 18, 1902, A8 SECOND-CLASS HATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1879. Rudyard Kipling: the great poet and writer, knew what he was talking- about when he said "that rheumatism is the seven devils of toothache in the mar­ row of your bones." The writer is laid up with it this ween. Our contemporary, the Report­ er is running at the head of the paper. The Official Paper for Ward Cohnty. It.has been run­ ning there for more than a year, notwithstanding that the Re­ porter has not been the county nor the csty official paper during that time. Why such deceit. The Reporter is mistaken when it states that Ward county will sen only 28 delegates to the next state convention. We will send 38 delegates and instead of Ward county ranking sixth, as the Re­ porter would have us believe, it rauks third of all th...

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. — 13 January 1904

on 4 e. ny of ior ti's an e. ful ry nd rt- N anfi V/ afe p. K, and l* a 5* COUNTY COM MISSIONERS. OFFICIAL PROCKEDIKOA OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF. WA^D COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session, in the Auditors office on the 4th day of January A. JX 1904, at 2 o'clock p. tn. Members pres­ ent: Commissioners Torbcnson, Rich­ ardson and Swanson. John Wallin and Wm. Black, duly appointed as County Commissioners for the 2d and 4th Com miesioners districts were present and took their oath of office, and their seat with the Board. The Board was called to order by the Auditor for the purpose of electing a Chairman for the ensuing year, and on roll cftll the following voted )n the affir­ mative for John Wallin who was duly nominated, Commissioners Wallin, Black, Torbenson and Swanson, Com. Richardson voting in the negative. Com missioner Wallin was declared duly se­ lected as Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners for the ensuing year...

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. — 13 January 1904

}f k| lh ft •Ma mi:- '41 \V '"p I t, wM. fBjjjfe ll lllSIl Pi '•'£$ i- mm 9 1 9) '•Patronize Yoor Home Merchants. A few words about buying of the big department stores of the /large cities by mail may not be ^out of place here. The big store may make you a better price on some lines of goods than your Ihome merchant, but it does not pay school taxes and help edu­ cate.your children. I£ doe# not contribute to the aid of the church in town. It does not buy your produce. does not give you credit un­ til you sell your crops or stock. ft. is not interested in your welfare unless you are a custom err Hen-* are some things that it does do: It buys big lots of ''seconds.:'t good that a reliable manufacturer will not sell for a finished article, but sells them for jast what they are. These "sec­ onds" can hardly be detected from the best by the uninitiated but. they are what the houses make the leading features. To make these prices lower and the profits larger they employ many girls and you...

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. — 13 January 1904

3: it- wm,: ill is&i* fiS v. A Weak Back Piaster^*** REX Porous Plaster Put it on your back. Put it on your chest. Put it anywhere you have an ache or a pain, and you will be surprised at the rcsuh. FO* SALE »V jf W. B. HAWLEY, »L.i Drugglatt MINuT, N D. INOR TOPICS A four room cottage for rent near new school house. Nels Tufueson 3t 2p. The Marshal of McHenry has sued the city for his salary. Don't miss Moore's Concert Co., at the opera house Thurs­ day night. Moving pictures of Uncle Tom's Cabin. 7TTV HgSW ^/7',cnjwy 4 "Pickwick Rye" will be the subject of the sermon at the First Presbyterian church next Sunday evening. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Axel Nelson of this city an 10 pound girl. Mother and child doing fine. Dressmaker—wants work by the day. Have had 15 years experience, first-class work guaranteed—call at the West Hotel, Mi not. n-39-t-l Mrs. Card, wife of the propriet­ or of Hotel Card, of Carpio, died Monday night of typhoid fever. Chas. Weagant went there iTlies day to ...

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. — 13 January 1904

£".: &£ I -.- i*e rvSs 8& N &? rar «-:i' *fc-: &15#& '&'i fM WANT COLUMN J. W. Rode sells steamship tickets. Land scrip for sale. C. A. Johnson. The Pride of Minot is the popular It leads. 15 cf. Boy one of those new organs just re at McJannet's. 13 tf. Blank notes and chattel mortgag re for sale at this office. R. W. Jones taas just received 100 tons •f the best grade of blacksmith coal. 6tf The Pride of Minot is going :i every direction. It m«st be good flour. 13 tf. Just received some of the latest or­ gans. McJannet,the furniture man. 13tf Get your prescription filled by a grad­ uate in pharmacy, at the Palace drug store. 0 tf If you have any horses you wish win­ tered, see or address F. A. Fuller, Minot, N.I. 18-tf. Look at your calendars and see if it isn't about time to buy some "Pride of Minot" flour. 19-tf All kinds of land and townsites for •ale. Address N. W. Comfort of White Harth, or J. W. Makmey, Minot. 6-tf She went all over town for Oxford's a...

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. — 13 January 1904

•ivwr^' •t-'w i^\y A A fw A It t.: y- Th: urn HIT •ySf 'I I •».•*.' V" ,fM *K *j» ./<p></p>THE Special to Thg Independent: •. Tho Sun's Hong Kong corres­ pondent says the Japanese vice consul expect* a cable any mo­ ment stating that war has been declared. The principal Japan­ ese Mai firms' ship have been cha.^tej* by the government, an^!&iB>™jfcrs of the concern say tha. inevitable. two indications this horning that nothing definite has developed in the far eastern crisis, and that nothing is likely to develop until the end of the week. The first of these indications, according' to the Tokio corres­ pondent of the Daily Telegraph, is that an urgency meeting of the Japanese cabinet has been called for today, and the second is that the members of the British cabinet have been notified to as­ semble on Saturday. The meeting of the Japanese cabinet has almost certainly been called for the purpose of consider­ ing the reply of Russia to the last Japanese note, and it...

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. — 13 January 1904

If- 1 I- isf*'.* §11 tfe I ft. IF &Vr! I' t* a I I ir •f? f* iM. 4r &** \\A 'I SV* "J- ',i jpfS^^vu?^ .-.^'^v.f *:$:».v.. \'.(\ '.Vi-.t ^,-. .--.'A, -.- !,-• ^.a^.L,,,,. 1 Capacity 200 Barrels Per Day jiC. THE ll LEADING •.- GILROY & HETHERTON Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Poultry INCORPORATED, PRICE (Finer The Pride of Minot is Ever Popular. Every Sack is Guaranteed to be of Uniform Quality. We Ex­ change Flour for Your Wheat. Brinr Your Feed to This Mill and Have it Ground The Following Flours and Ceerals Always on Hand -a* Pride of Minot, 1st Grade. B." Third Grade. Breakfast Food. Corn Meal. Graham. The North Side Meat Market :Can Save You Money.: Orders taken and Delivered promptly, Phone 18(5: We Handle, Beef Veal Pork Mutton Chickens Fresh Fish Oysters Halibut Sausage and Hamburger Mince Meats We Pay Highest Price For Hides We are particular in buying, and you get only first class young Meats. Located Near West Bridge. Tangedahl Bros., Props. Minot* North Dako...

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. — 13 January 1904

LAND OFFICE BUSINESS Froa Bbmrck Tell Story of Pros* ferity—A Year's Rec«r4 Bismarck, N. D., Jan. 2.—The ear ending- Dec. 31 marked the close of the year the busiest year ever experienced by land office officials at Bismarck and shows the extent to which the settle­ ment of the western part of the Utate has been carried on. There were 1,250,000 acres of government land appropriated during the year, and the total cash receipts of the land office were more than $225,000. The following data will show how the land was appropiated: Homestead entries 5,563 Homestead proof 747 Timber culture proofs 11 Cash (commuted) proofs 855 Reservoir filings G14 Soldiers' homesteads 33 Coal entries 1 Notwithstanding the large se­ gregation of land from the public domain there remains over 8, 500,000 acres vacant in the dis­ trict. O^his Billings, Stark and Mortci^wb^af ie8 contain over 6,000,€*ouri*es. During the year there hate been 1,068 con. tests filed against land entries, 850 decisions made, 400 ...

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. — 13 January 1904

THE WARD CO. INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED KVKRY WEDNK8DAY. TRUAX & COLCORD. C. F. TRUAX, O. D. COLCORD, PUBLISHUB. EDITOR. BNTKKKD JUNE 18, 1902, AS SECOND-CLASS 'MATTER, POST-OFFICE, MINOT, N. D., ACT 9F CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1879. Rudyard Kipling the great poet and writer, knew what he was talking- about when he said "that rheumatism is the seven devils of toothache in the mar­ row of your bones." The writer is laid up with it this weeK. Our contemporary, the Report­ er is running at the head of the paper, The Official Paper for Ward County. It has been run­ ning there for more than a year, notwithstanding that the Re­ porter has not been the county nor the cst.y official paper during that time. Why such deceit. The Reporter is mistaken when it states that Ward county will sen only 28 delegates to the next state convention. We will send 38 delegates and instead of Ward couoty ranking sixth, as the Re­ porter would have us believe, it ranks third of all the counties. Fire damaged the s...

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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