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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

WS-DEMOCRAT VQLU3IE XIII. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. JfOYEMBEB , 17. 1898. NUMBER 48 IS WHAT OUR NEWS SUM MARY DOES. ; THE MAEIA TERESA1 NO NECESSITY FOR ABANDON ING THE SPANIARD. Investigation Will in all Fro * liability Result in the Courtmar- tial of Somebody Officers Criti cized by Navigators Other Items , Courtmartial Probable. According lo stories of the officers and of the Leonidas , which brought cap- ed guns from Spanish warships , the jjqulry into the abandonment of the ! aria Teresa will in all probability result tb a courtmarlial lo somebody. They are nearly unanimous in saying that there was not the slightest necessity for aban doning the Spanish cruiser. Before the ships left Guantanamo Lieut. Com mander Harris , who represented the navy 9n the Maria Teresa , arranged to show the gnsign on the mainmast in case he wished to confer at short range with the Leonidas. It appears that CommAnder Moore of the Leonidas was the senior officer of the fleet ftnd should have assumed the...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

Bf 1 THE QUANTITATIVE THEORY. The value of money , like that of any thing else , depends upon the great laAv of supply and demand. That is , the value or purchasing power of money , and consequently prices , depends upon the amount in circulation compared with the quantity of other things to be exchanged for mondy , and the relative demand for each. This Is a principle recognized by every reputable econo mist , liA'ing or dead , but we haA'e not room for quotations. It needs none. It Is plain , common senst When money is scarce , prices will be low ; when mon ey Is abundant , they will be high. This Is the plain , homespun way of putting it No matter IIOAV much credit may be used .this .principle must hold good , because credit to be safe , must have money for its support , and the greater the supply of money the more credit can be safely carried. In February , 1873 , the United States dropped the standard silver dollar out of its coin age , and made the gold dollar the unit of valu...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

l'1'/ / Keeping Out the Cold. Hundreds of farm buildings that con- u shivering and unthrifty stock all lirough the winter months could , at al- est no expense whatever , be made Very warm and comfortable. Open foundations and absence of any closed { foundation whatever cause much of the jpolduess of farm buildings. Cheap hay and swamp grass abound in almost all Sections. If a large quantity of this is cut and put about the building and held there in the manner shown in the cut , the wind would very effectually be kept out. Two strips of boards , with laths nailed to them every fifteen Inches , will ( keep the hay very snug. When winter fls past the hay can be used for bedding KAIIN BANKED WITH HAY. fauring the spring mouths. American Agriculturist. Packing Fruit for Market. The degree of ripeness should deter- line the time of gathering the fruit. lost kinds of pears have a better flavor lif picked as soon as their growth is [ completed and permitted to ripen off itho tree. All the ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. i address Hue Rl.lgu. S. I ) . On side and hip Unr.M'F /m m-fmS onnsht * F/frV * i- ' * * ' * ; . " / MidiiiiJci 7 ( 1 &y i jj i- / , , , \v ; 1 f j w'3 KJ ' Range - Vou v r .i ft . * an „ PH t' r ALBERT LAMB. rostofficc address Allen. S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; liorsos on left hip FUIMCUS cattle on left Bhouldcr iRange 15car Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Postofficc address Albany , Ncl > . On right , side ; hors es lelt shoulder Rmige Haul o ! Stinking Water FRANK SALWAY , JR. rostoffice address Allen. S. D. .As on cut ; also S S jiefthip ; halt ( top circle I-'S on left also on left side Horses M left hip -I'orn Creek RangeI'orn CHARLES RICHARD , SR. Postoffice address Porcupine , S. D. On left sidehorses ; same without har. on left shoulder. Range Porcupine District. CHARLES CUNY. Manderson S. D. On left side Also clear eround both hips aike a breeching har ness. iiorsjs as cut on left t high : counter l > rand right over the T HENRY JONES Postolllce addr...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

AGE DAILY RECEIPTS 5300 HOGS2.750 CATTLE 2ooosn6a\ fr CAPACITY I7.50Q * lOOOO " " > * * * ILY CAPACITY U.S.VARDS 9.5 COO - I5.0OO 20.OQQ 7 artegm ? " ' WOOD BROTHERS LIVE STOGK AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA AND GHiGAGO. WALTER E. WOOD , Cattle Salesman. HISNKY C.LEFLISR. Hog Salesman WE FURNISH MARKET REPORTSsFREESOF EXPENSE. Write to us. ( © ) Write to us. INCORPORATED. ESTABLISHED 1862. 3HIOACO , ILL. SIOUX CITY. IA. ST. JOSEPH , MO. SO. ST , PAUL , MINN/ LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS I3 ° ' 2 ANDH'E3W4 ' EXCHANGE BUILDING SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA JOHN L. CARSON . Financial Manager. D. B. OLNKY , Cattle Salesman. J. M. COOK , HOK Salesman. .1. A. McINTYRK , Hog Salesman. C. A.CALDWELL , Cashier. " 8 * jtf" K if . n V tt. * Np | * - * * LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Jtoom 1OS Exchange Bids. Deferences : UNION STOCK YAHDS PACKERS' NATIONAL NATIONAL BANK BANK. Telphone We have a larfrc clientage ainouj : Nebraska Kecde-s and < -an ah\ays beat Omal...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

We Have Samples o | More than 200 styles for Ladies and Chil dren from $4,00 up to $50-00 Look Label imide the fw collai ; H'a a guar antee of correct the style , perfect fit and superior nnnh an assurance that you'ra buying the best that's made * Cloak Aat ( trace * and beautifies the figure as no . oftor garment con. Our reputation for handling ; the b t of everything a emphatically expressed in our Cloak Department Examine out * Goods It Costs No More to become the possessor of a , -grade. reliable Cloak than ft does one of those ill fitting : , and cheaply made garments with which the country is flooded. And you will become our customer. QUALITY FIT and PRICE Arc the features upon which we rely for business , THE FED FRONT R.C.R JACKSON DENTIST Office over T. 0. Hornby's ston Stairway on .vest side Operations as nearly painless- possible. ' A. M. MORRISaET ATTORNEY AT CAW ' . . ; . VALENTINE , NEI : O.W.MOKEY MATCHMAKER - A&D - JEWELS ! Pine line of plain and fancy jew elry ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

Metzger Bros. , . Pullman Xe- > Cherry Co. Brand on If. i anu thigh EormarK , trop \ ' rep risrht ar Soutlu'rn b have I it on lir-dlimonu ! i' o eft , side Nr-tive cattl' hav throat wittle Kanuc on Gordon and Snake creeks Horses have .same brand on left thigh A. Jtcward of $ 5 < > will be paid to an person for information leading to thu arrest an 4lnal conviction of any person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand P S KOUSCHK Postofflcc address Brownlee , On left side or any part , of animal. Knr- mark right i'ar cut oft" ; liorhcs iiKindcd same on left hip Also has stock bnindi-o II on side or shoulder , or JKor WorO VL , ere or FZ. Also _ the following , tJto frston LEE AND 80N3 Browulee Neb On rlclit side , o LKon Hume eidt also LEK on It : , Sldo Kango , nortl. rownlea , 2 to 4 miles GEO JUGGINS Postofflce address Brownlee , Neb Branded on left side ; some H l'ft side and tbigli- tbiglian an < 18 on left thigh 3 augc Duvk Lake Postofflce artdre" Brownlee Neb O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

I I RORERT 1 HIKES st' > flVi ? address f'ojy. Nebraska r.rui.iM in l.-J't ildc- tit.iat.t3it.-nj1 It'll shout d.-r > irasp Ifatigovii Oiii.urjOiiln B V of ro.1v ALON/O UK A Til P.vstolllce addreis Ctnly , Nebraska Ou left side : horse" I.v Range inn 10 of ( 'site o > A WINSLOW PostofhVe a ' dress Coily. Nebraska1 P'MnIed on Hthor snlf ; horses samon Irfl shoulder Ittingp-ZJ-mi. north. east n ! KIi and south HI Niol.i-ira river. ij- : nti .v.Millr.u--i ofCoriy \ C KIEMENSCIINEIDHU I'ostolllci1 addicss Codv. Neln-ka ( } I-ft sidiiiso X on pjrhl siiouM r in l 2 iii jr.\ . \ \ . ' ) .1 ! i i : I'li'a'-oJioi' Jsw il W IV..1 Poor . .jiiiuti on Niobnua A D COLE PoKtoffiee address- Cody , Nol ras-i ! Siineisoii : < Mit. loll ship anil Mholllller l.'itnuc c.ist ands'Milh- -ii.il ; \i- < r ol ( 01 ! . CHAS. K P.OBERTS Poslofllcc address Coi'y. ' Nebraska On ether : Mile : SO IM > IS K 1. . SOUK' * i i * i i \ k II. n c..orau. ! S ! ! Coilv PRANK .1. .TONES roil\Ntbrnka On l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

W. D. McGAA , Creston , S. D. Left or either sld < "of cattle -aboVief hide of neck. Swal low fork rifibt car undurbit left ; rigln ear nunbed off : i'n left jaw Otaer br.mus lef or &Jij p.irt of aiiim .i "ftsi.leor auv iPift partof ami" ; 1 , the following , Jc.t A'so S < IIIK cat"- bearing Hie fo.-m- iietk ; X. left side " lei norse brands a shoi der K i. . .1 ii i. u t , j.ip or tin.i : ili.gh thlgii. orthlgii. hip. Anyone pellins : I.t > rsos > r cattle bearing th above JinuuK will iniirosueuied. . Iiiforniutio regaining limit l'Jr njv ic\v.-trdcd. 1'aiige u Hurney springs und Cottouwood. HKRBKRT O. L'B. MANAGER. , . : ! ' address . . . .is RidjiS. . U --2t On tit-branded us o -nt. fHJ ' n iel on left siitc : H some older 'ft ; ti M \ stock , , : ti i y whereo ppSrvcn miles nor east of Pine tadge. m shannon Co JOHN GHOST USA It. MANAGER rostr.tliee address Pine Ridpe , S. I ) Cattle branded i : C on leffchipof l < * : i-t on cutsomelirandf'd on liftside.dsf : ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

ffha u m STOV F A ST4 TESMAN. E WAS a dash ing young Con gressman , whc went to Wash ington on the tidal wave from one of the dis tricts in the South. But he had not been at the capita 'more than six months be fore those who had known him at home and went to Washington on business scarcely recognized him as the same man. A great change had come over Algernon Smith Browiilee , M. C. At home he had never amounted to much , socially. He came of very poor parents "white trash , " the colored verdict said. Mr. Brownlee's pedigree , however , began with Mr. Brownlee , and what he lack ed in aristocracy of blood he made up by his prodigious hustling abilities. With his keen energy and upward tendency of mind , he had the good for tune to combine an affable disposition , an accommodating manner , a pleasant smile and a certain good address. When he entered the race for Congress none imagined for a minute that he had the slightest prospect of success , but the average political weather proph...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

Every cough makes your throat more raw and irritable. Every cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs. Cease tearing your throat and lungs in this way. Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal. You will need some help to do this , and you will find it in From the first dose the quiet and rest begin : the tickling in the throat ceases ; the spasm weak ens ; the cough disap pears. Do not wait for paeumonia and con sumption but cut short your cold without delay. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec toral Plaster should be over the lungs of every per son troubled with a cough , Write to the Doctor. Unusual opportunities and long ex perience eminently qualify ns for riving you medical advice. "Write iTBaljr all the particulars In your case. T ll uswhat TOUT experience naa been with our Cherry Pectoral. You Rill receive a prompt reply , without coat. .Address. DR. J. C. AYER. Ix > well , Macs. As Black as your YourWIiiskers A ffstupai Black with Buckingham' ® Dye , 50 cts. of drugg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 17 November 1898

Results of Election Throughout the Nation. CON&EESS VERY CLOSE Official Count May Be Necessary in Many Districts. Republicans Claim Fafe Majorities in Both Houses Democrats Gain a * Number of Scats in the Lower Branch Roosevelt la Chosen Gover nor of New York Pingree Is IJe- elcctccl in Michigan Scofield "Wins in Wisconsin. All the States of the Union , exclusive- Maine , Oregon and Vermont , and the territories of New Mexico , Oklahoma and 'Arizona , held elections Tuesday. The following Slates elected Governors : Cali fornia , Colorado , Idaho , Kansas , Michi gan , Minnesota , Massachusetts , Now lYork , New Hampshire , New Jersey , Ne braska , Nevada , North Dakota , Pennsyl vania , South Dakota , North Carolina , Tennessee , Texas , Wisconsin and Wyo ming. Delaware , Florida , Illinois , Indiana , Iowa , Missouri , Montana , North Care lina. Ohio and Utah elected minor State officers. Connecticut , California , Idaho , Illinois , Iowa , Kentucky , Michigan , Minnesota , Mis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

ESTERN T VOLUME xiii. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , NOVEMBER 24 , 1898. ATDIBER 44. OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK , RUN DOWN IN A FOG ELEVEN LABORERS KILLED AND six INJURED. Accident Occurs on the Pennsylva nia Railroad Near Jersey City Uncle Sam's Santa Olaus Ship Sails for 3IaniIa Other Items. Workmen Killed. During a dense fog .Saturday morning a Pennsylvania train going at a high rate to Hiake up time ran into a gang of laborers on the Ilachensack meadows , near Jersey City , N. J. There were 'twenty men in the gang in charge of Foreman AVm. Cork. Eleven were killed and six injured. It appears that the first Engineer Yano- Btcand , in charge , knew his train had run r into the men was when his engine jarred. Then the cries of the men were heard , and be , as soon as possible , brought the train to a stop. He made the passengers get out and aid the trainmen in searching for the bodies of the victims. This was not an easy task in the thick fog. A train had passed on the westbound track ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

SENTIMENT OF THE REPUBL CAN PARTY. Tlie Republican party , in declarin for a single gold standard , does not r < fleet the sentiments of thousands upo thousands of American voters in th : and in other sections of the countr ; They realize , too , that the Republica party a party resplendent in illustr ous achievements in the past declare for the gold standard because the Eas era bankers and bond speculatoi threatened to withhold a corruptio fund from Ihe party if their demand for the single gold standard were m complied with. It was not a matter c choice with the "rank and file" of th party , but a matter of fund. The grea mass of the Republican party instim lively rebelled against the adoption o such a plank , but the money powei backed by the politicians , was to strong , and to-day the American peopl benold the sad spectacle of the one great Republican party , through it leaders , bending its knee to politics corruption and worshiping the Britis gold standard. Where are the Li...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

Level .Roads Are tnc Beat. When a road has its grades rcducei BO that a minimum amount of power is required for hauling loads over it , the expense of keeping it in repair is ma terially lessoned. Sir John Macnei : Kays "that if a road has no greater in flinatiou than one in forty there is 2 ( per cent , less cost for maintainancc Hum for a road having an inclinatioi of one in twenty. The additional cosl is due not only tothe greater Injury bj ihe action of horses' feet on the steepei Incline , but also to the greater wear oJ Ihe road by the more frequent necessity for sledging or braking the wheels ol vehicles in descending the steeper per lions. " Iloads and Vehicles. Machinery is always coiistruetet tx'ith reference to the conditions undei Which it is to be used , and its separate Uarts are of such material ant Blreugth .that no one part will unduly wear or injure any other part. Th ( plan of the deacon , in constructing his celebrated chaise , Is followed as far as may be , and ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

WILLIAM A. ALLM.AN. Tostcfllre."id dress I'lnc IMilgc , S. D Onsulo and hl ] > on rulit Horses m&x * tea ll. is o-V.o.i ALBERT LAMB. Postofficc address Allen , S.D. Cattle same as on cut ; horses on left hip ftume as cattle on left shoulder Range Bear Creek WILLIAM PROVO.ST. 75 % Postofficc address Albany , Nub. On right.sirta : hors es I'M'r shoulder Range I'C'iil ol Stinking Water FRANK S A LAV AY , JH. Postoffice address Alien. s. As on cut ; also S S left hip : half top circle i'S ou left side ; " "ffl side"ffl on left side Horses & left hip -Corn Creek RangeCorn fUVRLES RICHARD , SR. rostoffice address Porcupine , 8. D. On left sidejhorscs same without ; har. on left shoulder. Range Porcupine District. CHARLES CUNY. Po.et offlce address Manderson H. D. On left side Also clear around both hips like a breaching har ness , iiors-sas cut on leftthiglucounter brand K right over the T HENRY JONES Postotllce address MandiTaon , S. D. On left side Horses same on left shoulde...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

Mctz or Bro.s , rnllman N b Cherry Co. Krand on left > tdc HIM thich KhrnurK , sq.iarr crop right exr Southern brxndrrf rattle hare but one lialf-dbiiiund K 'on [ left .side Native cattle hare , throat wattle Ranee on Gordon and Snake Creeks Horses have same brand on left thiyh A Itiucai-tl of # 250 will be paid to any ncnon for information leading to the arrest and linal conviction of any person or persons stall ing cattle with above brand PS ROUSCHE Postofllce address . Hnwnlee , Neh5SJS3y ; On left side or any * r-ir-stl p.nrt of animal. Kar- niark light car cut oil" ; horses : randed same on left hip Also IMIS stock branded II on side or shoulder. ur.IKorlVorO lore ere or VA. Also the following , ' ' r.st on LEE AND SON'S I'oafoffice a-ldro Brmvnlee N 'I > On rlcrlit dc. f LK ontame eld- also LKK on U dido Hangb , north rowuluo , 2 to * miles GEO IIKHJINS r Posiofflre address llrownlcf , Nel > Branded on left side ; some H _ left aide and thi li lian an on left t'ligh K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

P/ : PR ROBERT I HINES & & . * & > . stofflce address . dy. .Nebraska lirai.ried o left side ; horses same left shoul dvr .llruige 011 Snake south of Co'lv. ALONZO HEATH Postofllee address Cody , Nebraska On loft side ; horses left shoulder R .n c ii' rih 01 C.nc ' : i.b Lake S A WINS LOU Postofllce address Cody , Nebraska. Crundcd on cither Bidezhorpes sttn : lozi hft : nhouldcr Range-'Miii. north. cast ol KH a'-d s'ltith of Mom-am river , i- mioiithVf.sJ r < 'uiy ! Co-ly. Xclr.i-ka left Md : aho X \ . - . I.-1 ' . Sune : < s : ' f'M. h i sh < > ni ! ! CHAS. K ROBERTS i. f address FRAXiv J. .IOXF.S Postoflice address CoiyXfbrus-ka ! On right side : horses ses same on left shoulder lf.iige. eight : ; : ! ( $ % wr t of Codv CI1ALLES GARTSIDE Postoflice sal dress Coilv , Xeli CnJtli' branded op I' Mte ; Sils.-i C { . ' i 1-ft hip i-f cjit.U- .isul It-ft hlici'Si.lfr 0:1 if.r es Kn ntri' t > 'u Ml nra ' 10 mi ' ' JOHN SHANGIIAN Postofik-c address Cody , Xc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

< s f f ca9 / iffa w ? .X > > vslSZ ( "r ' 's'Z * : &JZ { r 1 e DAILY RECEIPTS ssoo HOC-S-2.750 CATTLE SOOOSKCXP CAPAOTY I7.5CO iOOOO &OOQ 'r'.r' -7V ' ! U.S.YARDS 'JLSOOOi5OOO > " 2'-.OOO * \ | WOOD BROTHERS LiVE STG8K AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA AND CHICAGO. WALTER E. WOOD , Cattle Salesman. HEXRY C. LEFLEU , Hog Salesman WE FURNISH MARKET REPORTS.FREE OF EXPENSE. Write to us. ( o ) Write to us. , ? 8 tt E O \ < * < INCORPORATED. ESTABLISHED 1862. 3H1CACO , ILL SIOUX CITY , IA. ST. JOSEPH , MO. SO. ST , PAUL , MINN. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS BOOMS ISM * AND .34 . BIHB OMAHA , NEBRASKA JOHN" L. CAIWON' . Financial Manager. IX B. OLNEV. Cattle Salesman J.M. COOK. lion .Salesman. J. A. McIXTYKh , Hog Salesman. C. A. CAUttVELL , C ishicr. p 8ur LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Koosn 1O.S Kxrlitutxe Heferences : PACKERS' NATION A YARDS ONION bTvPCK . BANK. BANE TClphone , . 1'ivi.nJ-PM.fHiOU'Uoainoir Vyhr. sk : Kmli"ami ii :...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

k Costs No More io become the possessor of a high-grade * reliable Cloak than it does one of those ill fitting : and cheaply made garments with which the country is flooded. We Have Samples c More than 200 styles for Ladies and Chil dren from Look Label inside the for collar it's a guar antee of correct thz style , perfect fit and superior finish an astnincc that you're buying the best that's marie a Cloak that graces and beautifies . the figine os no other garment can. Our reputation for handling the best of everything is emphatically in our Cloak Department * Examine our Good * And you will become our customer , QUALITY FIT and PRICE Are the features upon which we rely for business , - THE RED FRONT QK.O.R. QTY'N DENTIST Office over T. O. Hornby's ston Stairway on .vest side Operations as nearly painless a possible. J. S. ESTABPxOOE COUNTY SURVEYOR All work executed with prom pines : md accuracy . . Otlice at residence eiislof M. K. ehurcl VALFNTINK , NEB O.W..MOREY JEWELEI WATCHM...

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