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Mollett's theory is that it is better to cut away every inch of deadwood which is not absolutely necessary for preventing leeway.
Three hours later Billy and the sobered tenderfoot pulled into Deadwood.
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For the moment Napoleon's little neighbor was troubled by no sense of duty; the only question was how to reach Deadwood.
Several months before, it had been the custom to send a “treasure-coach” twice a week from Deadwood to Sidney, Nebraska.
We had a premonition that Elise wouldn't want the deadwood of Jimmie's former Division.
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Emett forged ahead; we heard him smashing the deadwood; and soon a yell proclaimed the truth of Jones' assertion.
He gave this roadway needed artificial improvements, and started the Deadwood and Medora stage-line.
Millions of pounds of freight were accumulating for lack of proper transportation facilities to Deadwood.
At the Moreau Station, two thirds of the way to Deadwood, all six horses, it happened were practically unbroken broncos.
Just how long it will take us to march to Deadwood cannot be predicted.

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