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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

W. D. wIcGAA , ( Jreston , S. D. Left or either side 'of caltle ; also V left side of neck. Swal low folk rij.ht car , underbit left ; right ear nn'ibcd oiln. . dfphit I'f ' 'it- Home on left jaw and .vjme wattle left jaw Otiirr bruuus * side or part of .1 , , im < ) ' test U'or p.nt of . . : : IPI I , fo'tlov.i.i : U ? i < : ; ; : ' - \mMll\jji \ \ * * * JV - eft M'i M suou.ucr , \ \ iei Ui ] > u tin < i S'-iF" ! On lef ; side ST" ; L.iMIME ! ; & . i < .1 i it ic . . 'i' or il.i. n Hugh thigh , ortnigh , hip. Anyone oliiii-1 ! oises or rattle bearing tin aboil bi.ii ds u.ll in ; niosui'iut'd Intormatioi regiirding then lilt -rally i cv.-ui dcd , Kange a iiuiiicy rapiings i.nd Cottoiuvood. L' O. P.ISONETTE. Poitoffico address Caul * * In.i tided us 01 'iit. lion on lef : -idc1 ; some H Lr.oi eithersiilc : Some on loft s.i'c ' : yii'i oMiii-j older ffH stouk. .anvwherooi " - uiniii.tl. Horses li Ii u or [ kQj | _ eabt\if J'lne it ! j e , in Shannon Co JOHN GOJT : D...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

I \ THANKSGIVING HYMN. Mm nk Thpp. O Father , for all that is : right gleam f tin- < lay , and the stars of the night : Hlowers of Mir youth and the fruits of our prime , , Wo.ssiiiffs Hint march down the path way of time. \\V thank TinO Father , for all that Is dcar- Tuo sob of the iempp.sl , the How of the tear : Kor never in blindness , and never in vain , Tliy mercy permitted a sorrow or pain. W" 1 linn I : 'I'lioe. O Father , for song and for feast - Tti" harvest that glowed and the wealth licit , increased : Tor never a blessing encompassed earth's ehild. 3' U Thou in Thy mercy looked downward and smiled. W- thank Thee. O Father of All , for Thy voxver Of aiding each other in life's darkest hour : The generous heart and the bountiful hand , And all ( he soul help that sad souls under , stand. tV - thank Thee. O Father , for days yet tn l > e- ilnr hopes that our future will call us to Thec- " 1'halill our KternUy form , through Thy love , The Thanksgiving day in the mans...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

Do not flunk for -single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow. It does not come 'tbat way. It creeps its way along. First , you think it is a little cold ; nothing but -little hack ing cough ; then a little loss in weight : then a 'harder cough ; then -the fever -and the night sweats. The 'suddennesscomes when you have a hemorrhage. Better stop the iscasa while it is-yet creeping. You can do it with You first notice tbat you cough less. The pressure'on the chest is lifted. That feeling V or suffocation is removed. A cure is hastened byplaclngone of 'Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. It is on the Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. era If you bave any comnl.-xlnt whatever tind ilea ! re the host ifleoical advlco > ou can possibly receive , write the doctor DJS. J. C. AiBIJ. l * > * vell , aiass. IBIS THIS IS INTENDED ONLY FOSl COUNTRY PRINTERS WHO WISH TO START IN BUSINESS FOR THEMSELVES. WHAT IS THE USE OF YOUR WORKING ALL YOUR LIVES FOR SO...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 24 November 1898

V-v The first appropriation bill to bo intro duced at the approaching session of Congress - , . gross v.ill be one to carry forward the ' expenditures on account of the war with 1 Spain. By the explicit terms of the bills passed at the last session , making provisiOn - . iOn for the army and navy , authority to T expend the money appropriated expires on Dec. 31 , so that it will lie necessary to prepare and enact , before the holiday recess - , cess , legislation extending the period to June 30 next. th - end of the iiscal year. This is the view of Chairman G/innon of the House Committee on Appropria tions. The President and Secretary Alger have agreed to make the same reeommenda- tion in regard to the proposed increase of the regular army. Secretary Alger , in his' annual rei rt. and the President in turn , in his annual message to Congress , will * recommend that the standing army be placed on a permanent peace basis of , 1QU.000. The President's decision to ad- voreilo an army of...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

E N CRAT. VOLUME xm. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , DECEMBER i. 1898. NU3IBEE , 45. NEWS FnOwI ALL PARTS OF THE WEEK IN TRADE tHE BUSINESS WORLD AS SEEN BY BRADSTREET'S. Scarcity of Tonnage Begins to In terfere with Our Export Trade Anti-Imperialists Protest to Pres ident McKinley Other Items. Bradstreet's Review. NEW YORK : Bradstreet's says : Winter Shipments and a holiday have interferred with wholesale demands and distribution , but later , clear , cold weather was a com pensating feature , inducing heavy rail business in serviceable goods. In general business circles most developments have been favorable , notable among which V might be mentioned general advance in price of cereals , provisions , groceries , cot ton , steel and pig iron , the latter chiefly at eastern and southern points , continued heavy general export trade , a better tone in the market in hides and leather , more firmness in cotton goods , and active ptock speculation , all of which are re flected in heavy bank clea...

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 — 1 December 1898

WORK 01 ? OUE NAVY. SECRETARY LONG'S ANNUAL RE PORT MADE PUBLIC. Work of the Department la Keviewed from the Beginning of Hostilities - Correspondence BetAvecn Scliley nnd Sampson. * The annual report of the Secretary of Ihc Navy is much longer than the usual annual report. The first sentence explains .this as folloAvs : For the first lime since its rehabilitation rthe navy has "been put to the supreme test of AA'ar. Years of patient , persistent train ing and development had brought It to a point of high eliicleiicy which resulted hi , lhe unparalleled victories at Manila and Santiago victories which have given the Tianies of our naval commanders world-wide lame and added an additional page to the glorious , naA-al history of our country. The report describes in rapid order the steps that Avere taken to consolidate the squadrons and put the naA-y in readiness for hostilities. Sigcbeo's famous telegram asking a suspension of public opinion in connection Avith the bloAA'ing up of the...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

The Cheviot Sheep. This excellent shcop has been lee much lU'glectcd by breeders on this ide of the ocean. While it is thought io be a mountain breed its life < is spent only in part on verdant pastures of the Cheviot hills , for it is bred mostly for crossing by the Leu-esters in middle and southern English pastures for the London markets. The cross-bred pro duce are excellent feeders and very popular among the butchers , the mut ton being of the first quality and hav ing the flesh marbled with fat , rather than covered with it , and is thus tender : nd juicy. This sheep , while not the largest , is a heavy animal , making 150 pounds at two years old Avhen well fed on good pasture- with a moderate allow- Y iV CHEVIOT ance of grain. ' The fleece is rather coarse1 , but long and glossy , and is in ileniand for the best kinds of clothing. Montreal Star. American Apples in Knrope. The United States Consul at Chem nitz , Germany , advises Americans to ship their apples this year to G...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. address Pine KMge , S. D. Horses on right slionMcr y-fi us&g , \ / p rea fete. &J r > i RJUIKO Well Ci ol. ALBERT LAMB. Postofficc address Allen , S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; horses on left hip game as cattle on left fclioultior Range Bear Creek t -A PROVOST. Postofficc address Albany , Neb. On right side ; hors es leltshouldcr Range Head of Stinking Water FRANK SAT WAY , JR Postofflce address Allen , S. As on cut ; also S S left'hip : half top circle 1"S on left Side ; alfio on left side Horses to left hip Range Corn Creek CHARLES RICHARD , SR. Postoffice address Porcupine , S. D. On Icftsidejliorses same without bar. on left shoulder. Range Porcupine Distiict. CHARLES CUNY. j Manderson S. D. On left side Also - . clear around both hips like a breeching har ness. Horses as cut on left thigh Counter brandy ; right o\er the T HENRY JONES. PostoJHce address Manderson , S. D. On left side Horses same on left shoulder Range Wounded Knee Creek. CHAS TWISS....

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

y AVERAGE DAILY RECEIPTS 5300 HOGS2.750 CA7TJ.C. ? .aOQSHf- . > . yi > AILY3LAUCHTERIN&- CAPACITY 17.SOO 10 OOP fiOOQ /DAILY CAPACITY U.S.VARDS 25 OOP - I5/3OO t 2O.OCQ WOOD BEOTHEKS LIVE STOCK AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA AND CHICAGO. WALTER E. WOOD , Cattle Salesman. HENRY C. LEFLER. Hog Salesman WE FURNISH MARKET REPORTS FREE OF EXPENSE. Write to us. ( o ) Write to us. : C fl n \9 3J n v INCORPORATED , ESTABLISHED 1862. 3HICACO , ILL. SIOUX CITY , IA. ST. JOSEPH , MO. SO. ST , PAUL , MINN. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS ROOMS ' SOUTH OMAHA NEBRASKA I30f AH'E3w4EXCHA E BUILD.NC . , JOHN L. CARSON. Financial Manager. D. . OLNFA' , Cattle Salesman. J. M. COOK. Hop Salesman. J. A. McINTYIlK , Hog Salesman. C. A.CALiyWELL , Cishier. MI .LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAH-A , NEBRASKA Jtonm 108 Tlxchuncc JSldff. Deferences : CJNION STOCK YAKDS PACKERS' NATIONAL NATIONAL BANK BANK. Telphone 141 We have a larjje clientage among Nebraska Feeders and can always ne...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

(1 ( 1 1 LOOK ? * * Sit those BARGAINS i ROOSEVELT in ito 4 ? 4 ? CLOTH tot at 4 ? 49 4 ? 4 ? 4 ? t * 4 ? 4 ? 49 We shall offer for sale for the next w 49 ? * 49 to 49 49 60 Days , 300 Suits 4 ? 49 49 Of Gents , Youths and Ohildrens 49 19 Clothing at just 49 4 ? 4 ? 49 49 49 49 below actual value 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Don't fail to call and look at 49' | j those bargains and thereby 49 ' - J ? save money R.O.R. JACKSON DENTIST Office over T. 0. Hornby's store Stairway on * vest side Operations as nearly painless as possible. J. S. ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR All work executed with promptness and accuracy Office at Estabrook Hoose on Cherry St. VALENTINE , NEB- I O.W.MOREY 4 THE VALENTINE \V7 a TT T 7f 7T A T T T ! W ATGH x MAKEK AND JEWELER Oarrio > 5 a full line of ster ling silver novelties FOftSALEAT ALL SALOONS IN THE CITY WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT EOBEET GOOD , Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty , Nebraska. $1.0O Per Yettr in Atvatic * * PUBLIbEED EVERY TflUKSDAT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

f li.rn , Co. Ib.iii-i n > li fr file aix < 111 ] } : ! ] Haimark , Mtiar | < crop right I'.tr .Southern brand * * . Cattlf llUVc Illlt Oln ' Hall diainm-d F ' o Native cattle have , . throat wattle Ranee on Gordon and Snake Creeks Horses have same brand on left thl h A JRetcanl of $25O will be paid to an\ person for Information leading to the arrest anil IInal conviction of any person or persons steal 1 n" , cattle with above brand P S KOUSCHE Postofllcc address 0. * SS ? % part of animal. Ear mark right ear cut off ; lion.es Jimmied same on left hlp.AIso has stock branded II on side or shoulder. or JKor WorO 'Vt orO or JF2. Also i the following , tiie first on being on side nndhin BBBMttHaMMta - - * - LEE AND SON'S Postoffloosddre * Brownloe Neb On rlchtside. o LKou same aide also LEK on lef side liango , nortl ! t > e. 2 to - GEO BIGGINS Postofllce address Ilrownlee , Neb Branded on left side ; some f iriu side and thigh an < it on left thigh Range Duck Lake JOHN ....

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

u i h era es sumo left shoul Jlango en 9aafce south of Ccdr. ALOX30 HEATU Pastofflce address Cody , Nebraska On left side ; horses left shoulder Range uorui ol Tuicimb Lake 8 A WINSLOW rostofficc address Cody , Nebraska Branded on eitbcr side ; horECS same on left shoulder Range 3-mi. north- cast of Kli and south of Niobrara river. 13- ml southwest of Cody A C RIEMENSCHNE1DEK Poslofflce address Cody. Nebraska On left side ; also X on right shoulder and 2 "ii 3V- ; * ' MI li-lt l.U ls < ' 8 ° . jaw RHiitre--Old Pooi Ranch on Niobrara A D COLE Fostoftice address Codj' , Nebraska Same as on cut , left vide and shoulder. Range east and south- aud west of Cody CHAS. E ROBEP.TS Postofflee address Cody , Nebrask- On either .sid- some II K K ; .sonit I" 1 ! " 1 : * Ij i Kause Lorthvest o ! Cody FRANK J. JONES Postofllce address . Cody.Nebracka On.rijtht aide ; horses ses name on Itft ihoulder Jlanjje. eight miles west of Cody CHARLES GARTSIDE Postoffice address Cod > , Neb 11idc : : i...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

W. D. I > lcGAA , Creston , S. D. Left or either side of cattlealso ; Vleft side of neck. Swal low fork ritiht ear , uml ( > rhit loft ; right rar mibbed elf : nn- ilr-rbit l < -t o ir Some on left jaw and some wattle lett law lelt side or auy part of aninia. . ' it-itJuor anv J5JS3 part of aiiim.-l , S.mi' : brande.l . W& tlie-followinjr. l it { li - Also some MItie E&aXM bearin : ; the lolim\ inK brands : \ _ neck ; X. left s : l'- < / .siiou.tu.-i ; \ \ lni > 01 thitrh jrorse bra lows. IC-L It li Iflt Icit lill il ; , . i thigh thigh , ortnigh , hip. Anyone s i.u i.orses or cattle bearing the above brutxis wil' l > f : prosecuted. Information regarding theft lib-rally rewarded , Range -at imrney Springs und Coltonwood. HERBKRT O. KISONETTE. MANAGER. J'ostofTicf address i Pine Ri'l e , S. I ) , rattl branded as on ' t , fEOiS on left - - - .v.waflide ; some JWTT " I- - ' ? iS * } Hthersido ; . / 3Sf ' " ! ' vsiijs/0r " * " " older m - iiiywhcroon S animal...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

hi SP A SAGE BRUSH : : : : : : NIGHTINGALE. y jr JTTY Ml MS is not comnu mine , nor can it truthfully a r \ JL X _ firmed lhat it is at all sugge ? hv of romance. Yet Kitty Minis Avas remarkable young Avoman , but th was due as much to her unusual su roundings as to her undoubted person ; charms. Simon Minis , Kitty's father , was tl landlord of the Aurora Hotel , the on ] tavern in the mining IOAVU of Expei ' ence , Nevada , thai agreed lo fumis accommodations for man and bea ; and kept its pledge to the letter. Simon Minis was known far and nei fls "the doctor , " and ho felt not a litt : proud of the tille. "I ain't never grac dyated , as ye mout sa3 % " he Avould e : plain to strangers Avho came for a pr < scription , "but thar's IAVO pains I S ( on relieving every lime , and they're th pains that most troubles folks in thes diggings they're hunger and thirs Are you troubled that Avay , friend ? " The population of Experience AVJI mostly transient and largely compose of rough...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

Grovrs Stubborn. Any complaint becomes chronic by neglect , and rheumatism grows stub born by not using St. Jacobs Oil , which is its sure cure and conquers the pain promptly. Every sufferer should use it. Both Mary Queeu of Scots and George II. were buried at midnight. Diamond "C" Soap does not shrink Dannels and It leaves all fabrics in the most desirable condition. Judge of a man by his questions rather than bv h * answers. VoXaire. Catarrh Cured Blood Purified by Hood's Sarsapa pilla and Health Is Good. * * I was a sufferer from catarrh. One of my neighbors advised me to take Hood's Barsaparilla and I did so. A few bottles purified my blood and cured me. 1 have remained in good health ever since. " 3AS. T. ADKINS , Alhensville , Illinois. Hood's arsa Is America's Greatest Medicine. 51 ; six for 53. Hood's Pills cure ail Lm-r Ills. IS cents. y TOE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination , but also to the care and skill with...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 December 1898

MUST BE A CHANGE. exclKingp are productive of uji.cerlainiy and'loss in commercial tr.'nisactions ' difficult to eiaggrrat.V Prof. FoSwell say.s. "Therp art ; -1J12 prs : of'exchange ' dcpPsulSn.s oil tin * rafi'o ; : ' , ! arid silver.The'who > o'f Huso and-Jtlie trade that rests on ilsc'ui are J.cjft to fluctuate with every pacing change in the bullion market , Every , calculation of business and linamv hi thesp pars N enough to turn the line profit of mod ern trade into a loss. Take one of thorn the par between the rupee and the sovereign. The variation of this ' par in a single year has so upset the calculations of the Indian Finance Minister as to turn a surplus of 1.000- 000 into a deficit of ! ,000.000. " The fall in .silver exchange has been a con stant protection to the industries of silver-using countries and a bounty on their exports. While their mints were open to silver both Japan and India profited by this process amazingly. The progress of the former country for tw...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 8 December 1898

NEWS-DEMOCRAT W X VOLUME XIII. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , DECEMBER 8. 1898. NUMBER 46. DAY'S SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE. OVER A 3HLLION LOSS GREAT FIRE IN NEW YORK'S BUSINESS CENTER. 2Hassivc Block of Sky Scrapers on Broadway Is Almost Totally De stroyed Awful Death of Six Men in a Steamer's Boiler Room. Fire in New York City. In a blinding rainstorm Sunday night the massive block of buildings on Broadway , Xos. 253 to 259. and included between Mur ray and Warren Streets , was almost de stroyed by fire. Within three hours more than a million dollars' worth of properly was de-.troyedi The fire began in the five- y story brick building occupied by the men's furnishing firm of Kogers , Peet & Co. , on the sout'iwesl corner of Broadway and Warren Street. Adjoining the Rogers- Peel building and south of it was the mag nificent white building of the Home Life Insurance Company , and next to this was the brown stone building of the Postal Telegraph Company , erected at a cost of millions...

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 — 8 December 1898

The effect of territorial expansion v the merchant marine of the country i ; ready being felt , and the outlook for mestic shipbuilding is considered un ally faA'orable. The output of the ys next year is expected to exceed 400 tons. The greatest annual output s the civil Avar Avas during 187-1. Avhen - vessels of 432,725 tons Avere built. I ing the last year the additions to our i chant marine from all sources amoni VJ about 200,000 tons , of which 20 , lous Avere foreign vessels purchased the Government for use during the and given American registers. The sels condemned as prizes amounted nearly 20.000 tons , Avhich , however , l > e included in the reports of the next yi The merchant lleet under the llawai lla consists of sixty-tAvo vessels , ajij jratin } ? ol.H'lS tons. The Philippine 1 consists of ninety-three vessels of 1 ! ) . tons , but Porto Itico is practically AV out shipping. The total number of kinds of merchant ships under the Uni States Hag on the oOlh of "June , 1...

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 — 8 December 1898

Jersey with a Good Record. 3. W. Hart of the Agricultural Experi ment Station , Clemsou College , S. CM writes to Hoard's Dairyman : Realizing that my little six-year-old 840-pound Jersey "Nitelis" needed only an oppor tunity to make herself famous , I decid ed to give her a week's test under the rules of the American Jersey Cattle Club. In addition to good grazing , con sisting of orchard grass , red clover , crimson clover and green oats , she ate , during the week's test , forty-three pounds ofwheat bran , forty-six pounds of cornmeal and twenty-eight pounds of rot ton seed meal , given on forty-four pounds of cotton seed hulls , the last y JKUSKY COAV "XITEI.IS" 102722. Ceiug one of the best vehicles for trans porting the finely ground meals to the BOW'S stomach that I know of. Her to tal yield of milk for the seven days was V29H : pounds , from which was made 1C pounds 7J/o ounces of unsalted butter. Considering the bread and the size of ihe COAV , the milk yield was very large...

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 — 8 December 1898

W. D. McGAA. ( Jreston , S. D. Left or cither sld ( of catt let also V let .side of neck. Swal low fork rkiut car ittiiicrhit left ; righ ear nubbcd off : nn flcrbit W onr EPS Some on left w * jiw : and soire fc2i wattle left jaw- t. Other bmuds lei side or any part of animal , left sUe or auy part of animal , Sums branded the following , lelt Abe some cattle bearing the follow ing brands : neck ; X left side or shoulder , \V lelt hip ti thich norse brands a * lows lelL It ID u-li lelt nip thigh thigh thigh , or thigh , hip. Anyone selling horses or cattle bearing th above brands will be prosecuted. regarding theft Yibcraliy"fewarded , Range-a iiarney Springs and Cottonwood. HERBERT O. UISONETTE. MANAGER. Poslofflce address Pine Ridge , S. D Cattl branded as o cut , HOB on lei side ; soincmSr.Ln eithcrsidc Some : fl on left side ; some older stock , .anywhereoi auimal. Horses E I onlefthi Some anywhere 01 Jtange-Seven miles nor.Ii- east of Pine nidge , in Shannon Co JOHN GHOST BEAR ...

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