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From the Ipswich Tribune April 24, 1930 edition

Edmunds County Early History by L.C. Jillson

When I left Aberdeen for Georgetown thirty miles west, I had a load of lumber with a box containing a registered Poland China sow and five little pigs, a hive of bees and a canary bird on top of the load and my cow hitched behind.

My cow had lost her cud when she came fresh. Some wise men there, mostly land sharks told me to give her a chunk of fat port or a greasy dish rag, I was short on pork but I did manage to give her the dish rag. She got worse and I sent for a cow doctor who gave her a few blue...

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