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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 30 March 1899

XV XVi i - . SSWT WK'ttf-i ' - ' . : . ' .vS / . ; 3 . ' Masf-axi JlMMIE ARD HUSK were their names Jimmy and Jane. Everybody in the vil- - * Inge knc'Av them ; they had many friend * : yet all agreed Avith Avouderful unanimity that they Avere two of the strangest individuals ever seen. Jimmy his full name AA'as James Bradford was a bachelor of about 50 years , reputed to have a stocking full of gold and silver coins , Avhich he kept in bin ft-iither bed. He Avas a noted hater of Avomen and seldom spoke to1 one. Jane or more properly Miss Jane Green was called an old maid , lived in a tiny house by herself , and had a holy horror of tiie biped man. Her age "was "uncertain , " but her 40th birthday AA'as of the past. Jimmy took life easily , but Avas op posed to ostentation and the , modern acceptance of the term "luxury. " lie dressed Avithout regard to fash ion , but within the bounds of respect ability. He even rode out in his oAvn carriage , but it AA'as by no means a modern vehic...

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 — 30 March 1899

In constant pain when Is that dragging , pulling sensation with you from morn \Yi \ ! } ' not put ihc medicine exactly en the disease ? Why J inot srj''y the euro right to ! the spot itself ? You can do it with S Immediately after the Plaster is applied , you warming , soothing Its healing remedies quickly penetrate down deep into In 3 inflamed tissues. Pain is fyiieted , soreness is re lieved ; . : il strength imparted. No plssicr was ever made like it. No plaster ever acted so quickly and lliore-jghly. No plaster ever had Eiuli complete control ever ail kinds of tIn. . Placed over the chest it is a powerful aid to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ; relieving congest"on and drawing out all inflammation. FOR ' , K BT ALT. DRUGGISTS. i' . AYEH CO. , Lowell , Mass. ll'R FrPPl To Buyers of our Cai' HtCollGC. . den Seeds. Atestofonr Northern Grov.n Steds will nt onca co&Tinco yon there are no bss t - crown and wo therefore make tha following nnhc.i > il of offer to the readers of this pape...

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 — 30 March 1899

TEN DIE IN RACE WAFT. I Arc Run Down by Mob of "Whites for Plotting : Revenue. A war of extermination is on between the whites and negroes in Little River County in the extreme southwest corner of Arkansas , and seven of the latter ard known to be dead. Many other negroes arc missing. The wholesale lynching is the result of the murder of .Tames A. Stockton , a planter , last Saturday by a big negro call ed "General" Duckett. After hiding foi soiuo time Duckett gave himself up and was being taken toward Richmond , the county seat , when he was taken by a-mot and lynched. He confessed to a carefully laid plan by the negroes to precipitate a race war , and told of many whites who were marked for execution. It was learn ed from Duckett that there were twcnty- tbree negroes in the plot , and their names were given. Several parties of white men started out to execute speedy vengeance on the plotters. The negroes became panic-stricken and Hod in all directions. Willis Boyd , G. C. Reed and...

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 — 6 April 1899

1 ' JcjJnJN TVTTnYITCJ TM TXfr T ) A HP rn W b-DrLMU UK A 1 > VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , APEIL 6 , 1899. NIDIBE& 11. IS WHAT OUR NEWS SUM MARY DOES- STEAMEE GOES DOWN STRIKES ROCK'S IN THE ENGLISH - LISH CHANNEL. Boiler of the Vessel Exploded with Terrific Force as She Sank Thirty' Eight Persons Were Drowned -Bradstreefs Review. English Channel Disaster. SOUTHAMPTON , Eng : The passenger steamer Stella , plying between Southampton - . ton and the channel islands , crashed into the dieaded Casquet rocks , neai Alderney .Island , in a dense fog , and foundeied in ten minutes , her boilers exploding with a tre mendous report as she went down. It is csliinnted US were drowned. The Stella left Southampton , convoying the first ex cursion oft ho season to the Channel Isl ands. There were about 140 passengers on boaid , and the crew numbered 42. The weather was foggy , but all went well until afteiuoon , when the fog became most dense. At 1 the Castiuet locks suddenly loomed...

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 — 6 April 1899

BALANCE OF TRADE. Some thoughtless people are lulled Into apathy by talk about the balance of trade in our favor. It never occurs to them to inquire what becomes of it and who gets the benefit. It is true that for a number of years there has been a large excess a very large ex cess of exports over imports of mer chandise. Bankers , men of affairs , men at the head of large * financial institu tions , who assume a superior knowl edge about business and finance , know so little of the accounts kept of the aggregate business of the country that they tell us this balance of trade is evi dence of prosperity. They do not stop to inquire what we have received for the large amount we have sold and ex ported each year since 1873. In the five years ending Dec. 31 , 1897 , our exports of merchandise exceeded our imports by $953,193,323. Was this a sale ? Did we receive anything for it ? Was it a source of income ? It was not a sale. It was an expense. It was a veritable outlay from which we ha...

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 — 6 April 1899

A WOMAN'S POWER. rebels against the faintest MAN of coercion. As soon as his chains begin to gall he frets and longs for freedom. The wife holds certain reins in her hands , and she may tuse her tongue as a curb ; but the reins should be of flowers and the curb of loving kindness. She should make her husband feel that he is free to come , 'and go as he pleases ; that his house Is not a jail , but a place wherehe is always sure of a hearty welcome , even when he has wandered from it for a time. She will not sulk if he leaves her sometimes in the evening , nor sit up for him like a reproachful ghost. She will learn the art of forgiving and for getting ( especially forgetting ) petty faults and wrongs , and will remember -always that to keep the love she has won is the most important thing for lier happiness. Woman's Home Com panion. Marriage a ' erious Vocation. "A woman who is blessed with good -sense does not consider at the start that marriage is a role to be skillfully and success...

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 — 6 April 1899

W. D. McGrAA. Creston , S. D. Leffor either side of cattle jnlsoV left side of neck. Swal low fork ripht car , underbit left ; right ear nunbcd off : nn- rlcrbitlef cnr Rome on left jaw anil sonic wattle left jaw Other brands left side or any part of animal , leftslJeor any partof animal , ioma branded the following , lult Also some cattle bearing the follow ing brands : A left neckX left side or shoulder ; VV leit liip or thitrh On lefi side left 1 Horse brands at slioul lows der lull UK. ifiileicnip or thigh thigh thigh , or thigh , hip. Anyone selling horses or cattle bearing the above brands will be prosecuted. Information regarding theft liberally rewarded , Range at Haruey Springs and Cottouwood. HERBERT O. BISONETTE. MANAGER. Postofflcn address Pine Ridne , S. I ) . Cattl" branded as on &S5g v'Ajnyv ! cut , HO I ? on left m& &WM slrtcisomeiSUWLoM eithersidc ; Some on left side ; some older stock , .any where 011 2rtw3CE s annual. Horses E Ken on left hip O ! Range...

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 — 6 April 1899

f FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AND BROKERS Capital 91OOOOO.OO mrertm-n : MnlcMinen : F. W. FLATO , Jit , President. ED II. REID ) PAUL FLATO , Vive President. JIM s HOUN \ Cattle ? a J m I. C DAHLMAN. hecretury. E. W CAIIOW. Hog Salesma JOHN D SEITZ. Ilrori HITCHCOCK , Sheep " ED. H. HIED , JOHN P CLAUY , Cashier SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Correspondents : DRUM-FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY Capital $500,000.00. CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. ST. LOUIS STOCK EXCHANGE EESTAURANT. OPEN DAY AND XIGUT. E. T. MILLER , Proprietor. LODGING FOR STOCKMEN 40 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS' imm \ , South Omaha. i < ir From Cor RATES : § 1.00 to $1.50 Per Day. Telephone No. 67 So-00 to 37.00 Per We k. R OTEL. MRS. JOHN RKED , Proprietress. STOCKMEN'S PATRONAGE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED , ' 5th t. B.-twees - L andM Streets. South Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle Dealers. It ha * bo Mi r pc jit < llv < ! emoii5 trai < Ml in > * the past that Stands at top as a market for Range Feeders You can sa...

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 — 6 April 1899

aemss-t NEW i * I i Our stock of Dry Goods , Shoes , Hats , Cape , Trunks , Valises , Cloth ing and Gents Furnishings has been 4 ? replenished throughout and we now 4 ? ? hare home of the best values ever offered for the money. Get our prices on Groceries. I 41 4f 4) 4 41 ? RED FRONT 4 ? VALENTINE NEBRASKA 4 * Of tinware and small hardware are our specialty , and on them we make prices that imply cannot be beaten. All goods new and of the first quality. Let us show you what we have to offer3 whether you buy or not. Another of our specialties is the making of picture frames , and for that purpose we cany in stock a fine line of mouldings. See our spring mattresses. llj A. M. MOKRISSEiY j f . * l i 0rtr o. ! ; { ATTORNEY I ' AT LAW | i ' O 'tr O ! VALENTINE , NEB i' ' = i , nR-c-RjACKsoN I DENTIST ; Offic * orer T. C. ITornby's store I Stairway on west side Operations as nearly painless as possible. M. RICE REPRESENTS THE PAKMEES' MUTUAL and SEBBASIA MERCANTILE MUTUAI Insurance Compan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 6 April 1899

Aletzger Bros. , Pullman Neb Cherry Co. Brand on loft arm thigh Earmark , sq.iare crop right ear Southern branded oattK- have luit one hilMiamond ; K" on leltslie _ ! Native eatl.v have Jlanee on Gordon and Snake creeks Horses have same brand on lelt thigh mff'TV' ' ° f $ * * < > will lie paid to anv Rni ° JJ , I"0 1111011 ! ? lwidin to tin- arrest and I UK cattle -I0,1' above Vfany brand " ( ; r-s < > or l > ersons steal- P S KOUSCJIK Postofflce address < r 9 On , Hrownlce , Neb © > ' -V left aide or any part of animal , liar- mark right e.ar cut off ; hews branded same on left hip. Also has stock branded II on side or shoulder , or JK orV orO 'Vr , or O or V7 Aisn -ilI3U - - , - mnrrrrjOicaw sx y the following , the first on being on side and bin KS HHHI I BI M V HM * _ _ . _ . LEE AND 80273 Posted 05 Srddre- Brovnilee Neb On rlcht sule. eLli Lli on sanio si > i also LKK on It . nortl. rownlae , 2 to GEO IIIGG1NS Postoffice address Rrov.'iilce , Neb Branded...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 6 April 1899

BOBERT I HINES Bartoflice address Cody. Nebraska Branded on left side ; horse * same loft shonl der Range OR Snal.e south of Codv. ALONZO HEATH Pistoffice address Codj % Nebraska On left side : horses leftshoulder Range north of Cutcomb Lake S A WIN-SLOW Fe tofflce address Cody , Nebraska P amlp 1 on either 5idHhoi8es ; saui ou left shoulder Range 3-ini. north , east of Eli and south of Niobrara river , 1U- mi south webt of Cody A C RIEMKNSCHNEIDEU Postoffice address . On ri htsidpalsoX ; en right should- nd 5 * on jaw. : i : n left hip also 3 oi JKancp-Olil Pee llaiich on Xiobrar : A D COLE ' ' 'r- iiilv Saiinus < n . i side : md shotiiilei Kancecj-.st and vnth and west of Cod. CHAS. E ROBERTS Post office address Cody , Nebraska On t''thor side SO ! ! ! ' K K 1C ; SOtlU K t : it K m e : : ortlnvest < > ; FRANK .1. JONES Postoffice address Cody.Nebras-K- On light side : b"r- ses same mi .eft shoulder Kr.njrc. eight milf-s west of Codv CHAKLES GART3IDE I'ostoflice address Co...

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 — 6 April 1899

ILLlAM A. ALLMAN. Postcfllce address Pine Ridge. S. D. On side and hip Horses on right shoulder Range Wolf Creek ALBERT LAMB. Postoflice addrrss Allen , S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; horses on left hip * ame as cattle on left ihouldcr Range Bear Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Postoflice address Albany , Neb. On right side ; hors es left shoulder R iingc He id of ii Water FRANK SALWAY , JR. Postoffice address Allen , S. I As on cut ; also SS left hip ; half top circle l S FP * on left Horses M left hip Range Corn Crock CHARLES RICHARD. SR. Postofllco address Porcupine , S. D. On leftsldojhorses sasno without bar. on left shouUer. Itange Porcupine Dbtiict. CHARLES CUNY. ce address Manderson B. r . On left side fi3s $ , zS&A' Also * clear * Zf2 i around both hips like u broe * hng har ness , nors ' 3 us cut on le.fltliiij.ii : < : fi"iter ; brandy light o\er the T HENRY JONES 5S2ssg * 4 a 1 an ° ° Woundcd y"\ Knee Creek. CHAS TWISS. Fosio.Tlce aJdrcsa " Manderson , S.1 ; . Range White R...

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 — 6 April 1899

T the head of the 5,000 regulars A in the Philippine Islands is a modern fighting machine. Its name is Lawlon Henry W. Lawton and for yearly forty years it has worn the uniform of the United States army. It has risen from the ranks , this fight ing machine , leaving behind it othei machines as strong possibly , but less fortunate. Henry W. Lawton was born in Ohio fifty-six years ago. He was a country boy aud got only a common school edu cation --not any too much of it. It is to be doubted if he would have learned a great d < ' : il if kept steadily at college un til he attained his majority. Emphat ically he is not a book man. Studying the printed page has been to him al ways a ( : sc ! and never a pleasure. Men are hss hooks men and happenings. His folk were plain farmer folk. From them h < derived his length and size of bom * . Tiie tremendous muscles , the tirele.s.s endurance which have marked him in later life had the beginning of the development in the open air of the fi...

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 — 6 April 1899

? A GRAND LADY OF ELUHOBS. Mrs. Lucinda B. Chandler of Chicago IB the Honorable President of the Illinois Woman's Press Association ; Honorable President of the Society for the Promo- I.UC1NDA II. CHANDLER , OF CHICAGO , ILL. tion of Health ; founder of the Margaret Fuller Society for the Study of Econom ics and Governments , and also President of tlu Chicago Moral Educational So ciety. Mrs. Chandler is an ardent friend of Pe-ru-na. and in writing to Dr. Hart- mnii on the subject she stated as follows : Chicago , Jan. G , 1S09. Dear Doctor I suppose every one that is conGned to their desk aud not getting the required amount of exercise , will , sooner or later , suffer with catarrh of the stomach and indigestion. I know by experience * - rience that Fo-ru-na is a most excellent remedy for these complaints. It has re lieved me , and several of my friends have itised itwith the same satisfactory results. JYours very respectfully , LfCINDA B. CHANDLER. The Best Saddle Coat. SUCKER Keep...

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 — 6 April 1899

* * ? " * * - ; ? * ri- - \merican and British Ships . Shell Native Towns. t SAILORS AEE KILLED. Utack by Rebels Under Mataafa Brings Aloat the Clash. Several Villages Arc Cc troj-cd and a I.ar'je Number of Natives Killed and Injured Three British Sailora and an American Sentry Killed by the Rebels Biirinfja Fierce Attack Ger man Consul Kcfnscs to Aid the Other Po wers. The startling news from Samoa , cabled : o this country from Auckland , whither he intelligence had been sent by the usu- il mail advices , indicates that a serious : Iash has taken place between the ollicial epresenlativcs of Great Britain and the JnSted States and the native adherents of Uaraafa. The followers of Mataafa , af- er having refused to disperse in accord- ince with the demands of the English and \ American officials , attempted to make a lenionstration against the British and -inierican consulates. From the fact that he commanders of the British and the imericau warships , the Porpoise and the Philadelp...

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 — 13 April 1899

VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEJBEASKA , APEIL IB , 1899. NUMBER 12. . DAY'S DOINGS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE. JUSTICE FIELD DEAD ON THE SUPREME BENCH OVER THIRTY-FOUR YEARS. Union Men Fight in Chicago Over a technical Point in. Their Labor- Three Are Seriously Injured- Other Items of Interest. Death of Justice Field. 'Justice ' Stephen J. Field of the Uniiea States Supreme Court died at his home on Gtipitol Hill in Washington , D. C. , Sunday evening of kidney complications. Ever since Justice Field's retirement from the Supreme Court bench Dec. 1,1898 , he had enjoyed comparatively good health. About two weeks ago he took a long ride in an open carriage and contracted a severe cold , which rapidly developed the kidney troubles from which he had suffered , though but slightly , for some time. The disease readily yielded to treatment and on Thursday last he sat up for a lime and seemed quite himself again , but on Saturday - . day morning u change for the worse took place and about no...

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 — 13 April 1899

RECORD OF TRUSTS. There is a certain amount of monol ony about the discussion of trusts , bu this fact is simply the result of the con slant reflection of the old story tha trusts are forming daily. Figures may not be interesting , bu sometimes they tell a startling story With this fact in view , the folloAvinj list of trusts , formed in the Uuitec States during the last IAVO months , i : reproduced from the Financial Chron icle : Authorizes Name of Company stock. Amerk-au Heit Sugar Co 20,000,001 American Brass Co 20,001),00i ) American Car uud Foundry Co. 00,000,001 American Ice Co 00,000,00 ! American Last Co 3r 00,00 < American Radiator Co 10,000OU < American Saddle Co. ( bicycle saddles ) lSOOOa < American Sewer Pipe Co 25,000,001 American Silk Manufacturing Co 1LV > 00OW American Soda Co 1,000,00 ( American Steel and Wire Co. of New Jersey OO.OOO.OOC Borax Consolidated 12,000OOC Central Union Gas ( natural K.IS concerns ) 24,000OOC Electric Boat Co 10,000,000 Elect...

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 — 13 April 1899

s AGRICULTURAL NEWS THINGS PERTAINING TO THE FARM AND HOME. 'The Felf-Pollination of Orchards ByProducts - Products of the Cotton Plant Fertil izing the Garden Why Sheep Pay- Inoculation for Texas Fever. The past season has been a good one -to studj' the subject of self-pollination In orchards , and of the need of insects to supplement this Avork. It AA'as true through all the New England and Middle States , that here and there a variety was in full bearing , where the failure of the apple crop Avas othenvise complete. Throughout Central NCAV York the Porter , and the 20-ounce pip pin , and the ribstone pippin were full of fruit , although affected by curculio , and fungus. There were scattered or chards , also , that Avere bearing full crops of BaldAvins , greenings and spies , while neighboring orchards Avere en tirely Avithout fruit. This seems to haA'e been the result either of keeping bees , or of having the trees very close together and loAV-limbecl , alloAving in sects to AA'...

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 — 13 April 1899

ALLMAN. Postcfflce address I3no Riilge , S , D On side and hip Horses on right shoulder Range-Wolf Creek ALBERT LAMB. Postofflcc address Allen , S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; Irorses on "left hip came as cattle on left houlder Range Bear Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Postofflce address Albany , Neb. On right side ; hors es left shoulder Range Head of Slinking "Water FRANK SALWAY , JR. Postofflce address Allen , S. D. < As on cut ; also SS left hip : half top circle FS on left side ; alee on left side Horses v left hip Range Corn Creek CHARLES RICHARD , SR. Postofflco address Porcupine , S. D. On left sidehorses ; same without bar. on left shoulder. Range Porcupine District. CHARLES CUNY. address Manderson S. D. On left side Also clear around both hips like a breeching har ness , nors'sas cut on left thigh ; counter brand cc right o\er theT HENRY JONES. Postoilice address Manderson , S. D. On left side Horses same on left shoulder Range Wounded Knee Creek. CHAS TWISS. Fostofflce address ...

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 — 13 April 1899

FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY LIVE STOCK SALsoMEN AND BROKERS Capital $ I < ; OOOO.OO , Director * : Salesmen : F. W. FLATO , Ju , President. ED. II. UKID PAUL FLATO , Vice President. JIM S. IIoiiN Cattle Sa Jesn J. C. DAHLMAN. Secretary. E. W. ( 'Aiicnv. Hog Salesman JOHN D. SEITZ. HUGH HITCHCOCK , Sheep " ED. H. RIED , JOHN P. CLARY , Cashier SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Correspondents : DBUM-FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY Capital $500.000.00. CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. ST. LOU I ! [ { TOOK EXCHANGE EESTAURANT. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. E. T. MILLEB , Proprietor. -LODGING FOlTsTOCKMEN NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS Three 262 Doors H From STREET Corner , South Omaha. RITES : § 1.00 to $1.50 Per Day. Telephone No. 67 85.00 to 87.00 Per We k. R ID HOTEL. MRS. JOHN REED , Proprietress. STOCKMEN'S PATRONAGE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED , 't. Betweej L andM Streets. South. Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle Dealers. It has been repeatedly demonstrated in the past that thatOU & Stands at top as a market for Range Feeders Yo...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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