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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 23 February 1899

BEFORE THE. DAV. .We wakened at the dawning , out w never saw the day ; Ami we spoke our little prologue , hut w never reached the play. Oh ! uur love was sweet and certain ti gray sorrow dropt the curtain. Ay , we wakened at the dawning , but w saw the day. There were buds within our garden , bu they never came to flower : Tlicrt : were birds among our bushes , bu thpy only sang an hour , And we laughed to see the swallow , bu the summer did not follow ; Tin-re- were buds , within our garden , bu they never came to llower. 'Tis a arinent white and silken , 'tis i white and misty veil , 'Tfe a pair of little slippers O dear love so white and frail. J.s tht ? manhood in me dying that I'm sit ting here and crying O'er a garment and a slipper and a never opened veil ? Dear , the world is empty empty as th < gcmless golden band. The- token I had fingered and that nevei found your hand. Th'-y'vo been telling me the story of ai everlasting glory ; But you were the only preacher I coult...

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 — 23 February 1899

What does your mirror say ? Does it tell you of some little streaks of gray ? Are you pleased ? Do your friends of the same age show this loss of power also ? Just remember that gray hair never becomes darker without help , while dark hair rapidly becomes gray when once the change begins. will bring back to your hat the color of youth. It never fails. It is just as sure as that heat melts snow , or that water quenches fire. It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff. It feeds and nour ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu riant growth. It stops the hair From falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair as well. Wo have a book on tlio Hair and Scalp which you taay obtain free Ujitm request. If you do not obtain all the benefits voa "oipcctcrt from the use of the Vizor , w rite the Doctor ubont It. Address , DU. J. C. AVER Lowell , iilaas. i BSacSs isy Price 60 centa ot all druggists or K. P. Hall & ' Nashua. N. II. THE NEWS SERVICE ...

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 — 23 February 1899

NEBRASKA CONGRESS DAILY REPORT OF WHAT IS BE ING DONE. Measure ? of More or Loss Import ance Arc Beins Introduced at tin Present Session of the Tjoisla.tur < Gifit of the Business. Monday , Feb. lil. Twenty-second ballot for .senator : Allen . 41 Haywardj . 2 ! Thompson . . ! Webs ler . i Field . 5 Weston . t Scattering . i In the House four petitions asking thai provisions be made for paying bounty or wolf scalps and one asking for tho-passagc of an equal suffrage memorial to congress were read and referred to committees. Or recommendation of standing committees II R.lSf. 853,373 , 897 , 876 and S. F. 70 Averc placed on general file. II. R 835 was recommeded for indefinite postponement , but , an explanation being made by the introducer , it Avas placed on general file. II. Rs. U2fl. 81G , 850 , 363 , 369. 182 aul 98 Avere indefinitely postponed. A half dozen new bills came in and Avere read the first time , as were also several Senate files sent over during the forenoon session...

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 — 2 March 1899

WESTERN CRAT . VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , MARCH 2 , 1899. iXUMBER 6. DAY'S DOINGS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE. NAYAL CHIEFS CLASH LONG WILL DO ALL HE CAN FOR SCHLEY. 'There May Bo Two Vice Admirals Provided for Dcwey's Request for the Battleship Oregon Gives Rise to International Complication. May Be Two Vice Admirals. In answer to an inquiry Secretary Long said that he had not thought of ordering a court of inquiry into the merits of the Sampson-Schlcy controversy , nor did he contemplate allowing Schley to be forced out of the . - ervice through any technicality , such as the failure of the Senate to confirm his nomination to be rear admiral. The Department in that case would see that he was protected. The xinderstanding among Admiral Schley's friends now is that they will not further press the fight over the question of Admiral Sampson's advancement over Admiral \l \ miral Schley. They will , therefore , agree to let the nominations be confirmed without .much , if any mo...

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 — 2 March 1899

DEMOCRATIC POLICY. A student of present political condi tions cannot but reach the conclusion that it is more than likely that the Democratic party can secure a major ity of the electoral votes next year , and , also , return a majority to the House of Representatives. It is true that AVO are having much industrial activity , but long before the campaign of 1900 it Avill be apparent to the common people that the profits from all this activity have not come to them , but to those who engineer and manage the trusts and corporations which now so largely control all busi ness enterprises. It is true the present Republican administration has con ducted a successful campaign against the Spaniards , but it has produced along with the glory a number of in tricate problems. Whether it can saAre national honor in their solution is a matter of speculation nnd conjecture. Very clearly this nation's strength cannot be used to Aviden trade at the sacrifice of any people's desire for in dependence...

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 — 2 March 1899

P ; AS EVERY LADDIE DOES. Oh , when I was a tiny lad I wandered in a wood , Qo ? look for fairies or for flowers , as every laddie should. M U f only got my fingers stung by things that creep and buzz ; t learned to look for them instead , as \ ) every laddie does. ' I sought Ihe pretty fairy folk in all the yellow flowers. ( Where nothing but the busy bees im- proved the shining hours. "I found a little caterpillar hanging by a thread ; I put him in a buttercup and took him home instead. I caught some minnows in u pool , and thought myself si man , Because I found that I could fish , as every laddie can. I got my father's pocket knife its blade was red with rust A.nd cut my name on many a tree , as every laddie must. I made a sturdy walking stick , to climb the highest hill. And whittled till the- knife was blunt , as every laddie will. I owned a treasury of things that I had round or caught , And changed them oft for better ones , as every laddie ought. I had a little pnggy dog , ...

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 — 2 March 1899

W.'lX ' McGAA. Creston , S. D. Left or either side of cattlealso V left .side oi neck. Swal low fork rifiht car , underbit left ; right ear mibbcd off " rlrrbftlff eir : Rome on left jaw and some wattle left jaw Other bnuius left my part of animal , partof animal , the following , left Also some cattle bearing the follow ing brands : A lt neck ; X leftside or tni-rh Horse brands at lows Tl'lt H 11 i < 11 iL.lt III ) ' thigh thigh thigh , ortuigh , hip. Anyone selling horses or cattle bearing the above brands will be prosecuted Information regarding theft liberally i ewanled. Ilange at Hutney Springs uud Cottonwood. HERBERT O. lilSONETTE. JfAKAGER. Post office address Tine Ridpe , S. I ) . Oittlohi-imledas on cur , HOB on left side ; some .1.1mi eithersidr. Some B\l on left side : nV lonie older stock. .any where on animal. Horses E Ken on leftlup . .Some anywhere on miles nonh- I'K'JIt Fl'lc eoetof Pine nidge , m Shannon Co JOHN GHOST BEAU. MANAGER Post office address Pine Ridge ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 March 1899

FLATO OMMISSION UOMPANY LIVE STOCK SALESMFN AND BROKERS Capita I dlOOOOO.OO Salesmen : F. W. FLATO , .Ii { . I'n'.sidnnt. ED II. UKI PAUL FLATO , Vice President. JIM S. HORN Cattle Sal en t J. 0. DAHLMAN. Secretary. E. W. CAHOW , Hog Salesraa" JOHN D. SKITZ. HUGH HITCHCOCK , Sheep " KD K. HIED , JOHN P. CLAUY , Cashier SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Correspondents : DRUM-FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY Capital $500,000.00. CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. , ST. LOUIS flTOCK EXCHANGE ESTAURANT. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. E. T. MILLED , Proprietor. -LODGING FOlTsTOCKMEN NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS' Three 262 i Doors H From STREET Corner , South Omaha. t RATES : § 1.00 to § 1.50 Per Day. Telephone No. 67 S5.00 to 87.00 Per \Ve If. REED HOTEL. MRS. JOHN RE ED , Proprietress. STOCKMEN'S PATRONAGE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED , [ 5th 3t. B tweca L and M Streets.m Sc atli Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle Dealers. It Im been repeated By demonstrated Szi the past that Stands at top as a market for Range Feeders You can satisfy yoursel...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 March 1899

BARGAINS IN UNDERWEA ft t & * fti AND i * ftfr t ? i * BLANKET & & f ? To make room for Spring Goods & &fr 2 * 40 Dozen Ladies' Fleeced Cotton Ribbed & .30c 4 ? Vtsts and Pants that sold at 40c now at . ? * ? 30 Dozen Wool Fleeced Ribbed Vests and ? 57o 2 * 4 * Panti that sold at 75 cents no\v & 50 Dozen Gents Cotton Merino Shirts and Urairers that sold for 40 cents now i * & & 4 ? fr 4 ? Also a number of those 4 4 4 4 ? * ? ? ALL WOOL * T ; * 4 * a > 4 ? At way down figures aj j * 4 ? 4 * 4 ? 2 * 4 ? i * 4 ? EOF * 4 4 ? ? o * 4 ? 4 * VALENTINE NEBRASKA 4 ? 10 quart Dishpnn , S qt Pail , "Wash Basin , Quart Measure , graduated , Flour Sifter , 2 qt Pail , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle , Potato Masher Large Cake Mould and a Pint Tincup , all best quality of tin 10 quart Diahpan , 2 quart Pudding Pan , Wash Basin , Pint Drinking Oup , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle , Hasting Spoon , Grater , and a 2 quart Covered Pail , all made of the finest Enameled War...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 March 1899

Metzger Bros. , . . . . Neb Cheiry Co. Brand on lefttl \ < f IH. thiL'h Kxrin.uk , square jtr brainier ) hi ; % - but one vdr Name rattle have n , , thioat wattle Kanee on Gordon and Snake creeks Horses have same brand on left tliluh A Ifeirarrf 0/4 tf50 will be paid to an > person for information leading to the ai rest and nnal conviction of any person or persons steal ing rattle with above brand P S KOUSOIIIC Postoffice address ef WOn Brownlee , Neb On left Bide or any part of animal. Kar- mark right ear cut off ; horses branded same on left hip Also has stock branded II on side or shoulder , orJKorWorO VL , orO or FX. Aho lli following , the t > rst on LfiB A.ND f = . GKO IIIGCIXS Postofllco address Brownlee , Neb Branded on left side : some left Ride and thigh an on left thigh Range Duck Lake : N .1 * ! . ' ; ' , --S I'-r . - .wnlee N ' " > i If tB.de .7 „ / Ranse. Ilors. \ Val.ey CLAHKXCJJ K S IITII Postoffice address Whitman , > e On left side ; hordes same on l...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 March 1899

BOBERT I HINES Beat-office - address Codj. Nebraska on left aide ; horses siuno left shoulder dor Rfinge on Snake soutli of Codr. ALONZO HEATH Pjstofflcc address Cody , Nebraska On left .side ; her < es Icftbhotdder Range north ot Cutcomb Luke S A WINSLOW Pestofflco address fyn " Cody , Nebraska on either sain on ; shoulder Range 3-mi. north east ot Eli a > td south Niobrar.i river , 13- ; ml southwest of Cody 22 A C RIEMKNFCHNEIDEU Postofiice address C' ilv.NHini * . . . On right side ; alsoX on * right fc. . * . . shoulder . * * * j . nd > > JSnB'-OI.l Poor Ranch on Ni"l > ntrr A D COLE Po < uoff1ce address 'oily. ii'i - ! Same * as on t-ut. i it side and shoulder. Range east and sontii- and west of Cod\ CHAS. E ROBERTS PostofTicc address Cody , Nebntskn On cither side. SO inK K SO ; some i : : : it I' a e " 0 ! tlnvcjjt i > ! u iv FRANK J. JONES Postoffice address Cody.Ncbrar-ka _ J On right side : Ix.r- scssnme < > n le" ohoulder Kange. eight miles wes...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 March 1899

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. Postcfflce address Pine Ridge , S. D. On side and hip Horses on right shoulder Range-Wolf Creek ALBERT LAMB. Postoffice addrrss Allen , S. D. Cattle same us on cut ; horses on left hip eame as cattle ou left houlder Range Bear Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Pflslofficc address Albany , Neb. On right side ; hors es left shoulder Jtunge Kei'l of Stinking Water FRANK SALWAY , JR. Postofflce address Allen , S. D. As on cut : also S S left hip : half top circle FS on leu side : also on left bide left hip Corn Creek CHARLES RICHARD , SR. Poitofflce address Porcupine , S. D. On leftbidehorses ; same without bar. on left shoulder. Range Poi cupine District. CHARLES CUNY address Manderson S. D On left side Also _ clear around both hips like a breeching har ness. Hors 's as cut on left thigh. counter brand 72 right o\er the T HENRY JONES PostoHlce address Mandcraon , S. D. On left bide Horses same on left shoulder Rnnge Wounded Knee Creek. CHAS TWISS. Postoffice address Mandersor. ...

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 — 2 March 1899

For "Workinjr Butter. The correct method of working but ter is by pressure precisely the same is pie crust is rolled -with a rolling pin. Fold il over and roll again , and repeat until done. The reason this is nor practicable in hand working of butter is that more pressure is required with Tutter than can be done by the unaided band. F.ut one of the very be-st styles of butter-workers , known as the roller "butter maker , is exactly on this prin ciple , the roller being , on a sliding frame which is pushed back and forth over the butter , the handles being ar- r.ingo'l to give a leverage , as shown in the tirst picture. This style , says the j I IO.LKR : inVOKKEI : 'Onuge Judd Farmer , is not easy for tlie average farmer to make , and for a small dairy a simpler style gives satis faction. It consists in making a long aad large rolling pin. putting an iron pin in one end , inserting this in a hole lit cue end of the frame considerably lanrrr than the pin , taking hold of the handle a...

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 — 2 March 1899

TVnitlag to Take Hola. You know the misery of sciatica is awful. Well , if you love misery bettei tliaii cure , let it go on , but St. Jacob * Oil is wafting to take bold , subdue the pain and set you all right. A Puzzler. "Are you superstitious ? " "Well , yes , a little. What about it ? " "J only wanted to ask you what kind of luvk it is for a left-handed man tc see the moon over his right shoulder ? " Cleveland Plain Dealer AN EXCELLENT COMBINATION SUCCESSFUL ENTERPRISE BASED ON MERIT. "The Importance of Informing the Public of the Vnlue of an Article Through the Leading Newspapers. The few remedies which have attained to worldwide fame , as truly beneficial ic effect and giving satisfaction to millions of people everywhere , are the products of the knowledge of the most eminent phy sicians , and presented in the- form most acceptable to the human system by the skill of the world's great cliemist ; and one of the most successful examples is the Syrup of Figs manufactured by the C...

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 — 2 March 1899

NEBRASKA CONGRESS DAILY REPORT OF WHAT IS BE ING DONE. .Measures of 3Iorc or Less Import ance Are Being Introduced at the Present Session of the Legislature Gist of the Business. Saturday , Feb. 1 . When ( he Senate convened only sixteen incinbers responded to roll call. .Senator Crow .said Mr. Prout was in the building and Avished to be marked present. The assembly went into committee of the whole to consider bills on general file thai are in the nature of "curative acts"vntiiout a quorum. Hannibal of Howard inquired Avliethci there was a quorum. .Senator Van Duscn , who was in the chair , replied that the I-onate could do business without a quo rum if the question AVUS not raised , .senator lliinmbal > ai I ho had no objections ii" the procowling * AVCSV legal. Miller ol llutl'alo caitioin later , making the m-ci sary num ber lorn quorum. Curative act inundot ! for paxsage Avere as follows : S. Rs. Ml , ! ! : ; . 115. 7. , i.5 , ITfl. 151. 131) ) , J5i , J.r 5. ] = , . 1.7T. 10...

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 — 9 March 1899

WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT. VOLUME xiv. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , MARCH 9. 1899. NUMBER 7. ' } THIS WIDEIOED _ _ INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS. 'TENNESSEE CYCLONE THREE PERSONS KILLED AND TWELVE INJURED. O'\velvc or Fifteen Houses Were Completely Destroyed Many Sol diers of a French Garrison Killed. by Explosion of Powder Magazine. Death in the Wind. A terrific cyclone passed over a portion of Madisom'illeand Monroe County , Tenn. , Saturday night , Avith disastrous results. Early in the evening a strong Avind arose and several hours later a cyclone about senty yards Avide struck a portion of Madisonvillc , killing three persons , Avound- Jmir ten or twelve others , and completely destroying twelve or fifteen houses. Besides loss of life and destruction of residence properly barns \\cre swept aAvay and stock was killed. L'pporls from upper East Tennessee points are to the effect that a heavy Avind storm prevailed hat unlay , accompanied by territic rains. The rain did untold damage to crops i...

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 — 9 March 1899

< . - ALGER INCOMPETENT. As was to bo expected , Ihe report of the commission appointed by the Presi dent to investigate the conduct of the war department gives Alger a liberal coat of whitewash , and yet the coat .is not so thick that Alger stands purely white before the public. Appointed by the administration for the purpose of sustaining the adminis tration , the" commission has failed to find any substantial truth in the rhargosof iueflicicucyou the part of the war department The facts that sol diers died of neglect , that they were served with food unfit to eat , herded in pes. camps and shipped like cattle in pest ships are denied , and that is sup posed to settle the matter. As a matter of fact the question is far from settled. There are hundreds of fathers and mothers right here in Chicago who know from sad , many of them from heartbreaking experi ence that their sons were neglected and treated with great inhumanity dur ing the war with Spain. Whitewash will not answer. T...

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 — 9 March 1899

V Vj le of iM > il by It is : ; hvays u In ? . " , to leave soil naked through iho winter. especially if the surface soil is friable' . Unless SUOAV come as u covering , mudx of ii Avill bo blown into adjoiniui ; lioMs. Often when SUOAV conn's it will bo Avind swept into banks In-hind < Viie.es on its leeward sido. aii'i so soe-i as tl-.p banks are formed the s > n.y v. ill bo darkened by clouds of Hue dust. v uiel : ! s deposited on its surface. This wind-blown soil is always exf.rei.ie-y rich , u.i is shown by the qni < ker jjryv.'lh and dirler green of the ; : ut'uit grr-Vi" up after the bank h. . ? uiukcil in oi.Mjr. . Always the land 0:1 ! l e ice sid < - of fields that have been'jh nu-1 ion : ; pjj-.y ; . < l is richer near tlucucc on r ! .r * loov/aid side than ir is ue3r : the aMcif ihe field. For this roa ° .o : . v.-hr-u tkr.-ing , turn the fur rows as : na.-i as possible from the fenco.lov. : r lhe eonlcr of the field. Ioubll ss tl rre is much blowing of...

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 — 9 March 1899

17. D. McGAA. Creston , S. D. Left or cither side of cattlealso Vleft side i neck. Swal low fork rifiht ear , timtarbic left ; right par niibbcd off : un- di'rbit Ipf far Some on left j.m and - > OIIP v..Utle left jaw Of rr bnu.us bidi or anj p.irt of ,1'ihml FZC373 ncoranv part of anim.il , the following , Mt Also sonic cattle SciJjr1 r/ * ? p > SJi CSJ " 9 * ? bearing the follow ing brands : neck ; X left side or siioiimci , VV iwt thiirh On lef.de Ipft norse brands shoui lows i ell n u a or thigh thigh lhih. ortuigh , hip. Anyone selling horses or cattle bearing tlu bove brands will be prosecuted. Infonnatioi regarding theft libprally rewarded. Range at iiarney Springs and Cottonwood. HERBERT O. 15IPONETTE , MANAGER. Postoflicp address Pine Ridge , b. I ) Cattl branded as on out. IIOI5 on left bide ; some KVVLT..on either side : Some on left side ; some older block , .anywhere on animal. Horses E i : on left hip Sonic aiwvliere on miles norih- Rangp-Seven - ri'rht pule eost...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 March 1899

T I LAT O C O M MI : is ION C O M P LIVE STOCK SALFSW ' AND BROKE S 'Director : iaem n : F. W. FLA TO. Ju , PH-sidr-ru. KD u. KKIO ) PAUL FLATO"u - - I'roidiMit .Jm s HOKN \ rat ! ! ( ' Sjlf ) M1 ' I ( ' DAULMAN. he retiry. K \ \ < AIIOAV fl > : - . . JOHN P SKITZ. , Ilrcn llm IU-OCMC. MH-MJ - ED H UIED , > . - . JOHN i CLAIJV. < -isl.i-i SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Correspondents : DRUM-FLATO COMMISSION COMPAQ Y Capital $500.000.00. CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. 61. LOUIS gTOCK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT. OP EX f > AT AND MGI1T. E. T. MILLEB , Proprietor. - -LODGING FOlT STOCKMEN 40 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS' 262 N STREET , South Omaha. i ' \ biw Doors From Co _ . _ T w RATES : § 1.00 to § 1.50 Per Day. Telephone No. G7 85.00 to 87.00 Per \Ve k. R HOrH J , J. MRS. JOHN Rl'KD , Proprietress. STOCKMEN'S PAIROHAfiE BiPECHLLT SOLICITED , 'Sili : , t. B Iweea : . snd M St-eets. St cttli Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle Dealers. \r\\ \ that \ Stands at top as market for Range Feeders You can s...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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