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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 15 June 1899

BEST TO HAVE HIGH IDEALS. is not always - HE polishing process ways fortunate for the object experimented - perimented upon. Pure silver can be worn tlfsn as paper , ; nd show true metal all the way through : but the plated article must be b.-ightened carefully , and so must coarse souls , for their basis is brass. Nothing destroys freshness and purity of heart like daily contact with a sordid nature , says the especially if this be Buffalo Enquirer , ties of affection. one to whom bound by continually together Between those who are gether there can be no compromise in relation. There must either be contempt and how rare to tempt for sympathy , llnd sympathy ! Art is the one idol whom the lover never charges with his own imperfec intimacy between man tions. Every and woman has its disillusions and hu miliations : upon the shoulders of the other each lays the burden of the fault But he who is ei.amored of an art suf fers only from self-betrayals. Un- clmusriuiriy perfect , it command...

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 — 15 June 1899

HEALTH AND BEAUTY. A Book That Should Be in the Hands of Every Woman. MRS. M'KEE RANKIN. Mrs. McKce Kankin , one of the fore most and bos ; known character actresses ami stije artists of this generation , in spcjkin ; ; uf I't-ni-na. says ? : "No woman should he without a bottle of I'e-ru-na in rest-rye. " Mrs. M'-Kee Kankin. Mrs Eh Wike , 120 Iron street. Akron. Ohio. sa"I would lie iu my jrrave now if u Jiad iidl been for your CJoiI-sent remedy , I'e-ru-na I broken-down was a - woman , had no appetite : what little I did eat did not ayree with my stomach. It is now -wveii years past that I used Pe-ru-na and 1 can eat anything. " Mrs. Eliza Wike. Every womaii should have a copj * of Dr. Ilartman- . book entitled "Ilealih and Heauty. " This book contains many facts o ! especial interest lo women. Dr. Hartman - man has treated more ailments peculiar to women than any other physician in the win Id. This book ivcs 'in brief his long and \aned experience. S < nd lor fiee hooks on cat...

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 — 15 June 1899

MANYMINEESPEftlSH TWO HUNDRED DIE ON THE EDMONTON - MONTON FRAIL. Starvation , Drowninir and Disease Cut CfT Klondikcra-Some Had Been trivlns for Twenty Months to Hcach Gold Fields. The steamer Lamade brings news to "Seattle from Alaskan ports telling that < the deaths of minors through hardship and disease along the Edmouton trail alt-end } foot up over 200 out of the 2OUO who started in over that route. Many of those got out last year , but it is believed that -many more fatalities will bo reported among those who remained In-hind. Ol those still in the camps , a low estimate of those lying .sick of scurvy and similar al.Iictioris places the number at 400. Heartrending doSail * wore told at AV range ! by homo of the survivors , them selves at dentil's door , after the terrible sufferings of a year in the intorior. Only tthc most vigorous have boon able to makr . -their way to the coast , and several hun dred are still in peril. Those who ronched AVrangel are moro skeletons. The...

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 — 22 June 1899

. - i NEWS-DEMOCRAT. - . \ / VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , JUNE 22 , 1899. NUMBER 22. THIS WIDE WORLD INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS. 1 TRIAL FOR MERRIAM .NEW YORK UNION AFTER THE GENERAL'S SCALP. Union Has a Copy of the Orders to the General Cautioning Him Not to Meddle in Union Affairs Other Items of Interest. Demand for Courtmartial. The Central Federated Labor Union in New York Sunday presented a resolution instructing its secretary to write to Presi dent McKinley and the War Department , demanding the recall and trial by court- martial of Gen. Merriam , because of his policy regarding the striking miners at ( . 'oner d'Alene , Idaho. A committee was also appointed to draft resolutions de nouncing Gen. Merriam. This action by the central body was inspired by the read ing of the reply from the War Department to another , asking if Gen. Mernam's orders to miners to employ no union men had the sanction of the Department. The reply was written by Frederick C. Squires , con fidenti...

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 — 22 June 1899

TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A CHOICE SELECTION OF INTER ESTING ITEMS. Comments and Criticisms Based Upon the Ilappcninua of the Day Histori cal und News Notes. The outlook for a rain-water trust is still cloudy. Why doesn't some wizard take up the windless tornado problem ? That twenty million as a new score ought to tend to wipe out lots of old scores with Spain. In arranging the "spheres of influ- H ence" in China the powers seem to have omitted China herself. One way the American soldier takes water is when he swims rivers to more quickly get at the enemy. Talking of "spheres of influence" there's a certain amount of it exercised in America by the baseball. For a long time the Celestial Empire 5 was famous for its great wall. Now its partition Is becoming of interest The latest terror for tramps arises from the smartness of a police judge , who sentences them all to take a bath. Now comes the vinegar trust to sour the spirit of the times. The concern expects to place its competitors in ...

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 — 22 June 1899

! PU E FOOD SCAJRCE. NINETY PER CENT OF THE SUP PLY ! S ADULTERATED. iStnrtlinjj Kcvelationa Brought Out by the Senate Investigating Committee Enormous Amount of Fraudulent and Poisonous Products Produced. If there is any pure food manufac tured or sold in this country , the Senate 'Pure Food Investigating Committee , which took testimony in Chicago , did -not coiue across it The evidence in the bands of that committee tends to show that nearly all the commoner articles of food are adulterated by the manufacturers , and some of them with deleterious and dangerous substances. One of the witnesses , Dr. II. II. Wiley , chief chemist in the Department of Agriculture , went so far as to tell the committee that 90 per cent , of the liquid and solid foods consumed by the people of the United States are adul terated. And Dr. Wiley said this state ment was based on his personal Inves tigation. He had , so he told the committee - . mittee , examined and tested almost every article of food an...

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 — 22 June 1899

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. Postcfflce address Pine Rl/Ige , 8. D. On side and hip Horses on riuht i a > Range Won Crcc ALBERT LAMB. Postoffice address Allen , S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; horses on left hip came as cattle on left thoulder Range Bear Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Postoffice address Albany , Neb. On right side ; hors es left shoulder Range Head ol Stinkiug Water FRANK SALWAY , JR. Tostofflce address Allen , S. D. ( As on cut ; also SS left hip : half top circle FS on left side ; also an left side Horses w left hip .Range Corn Creek CHARLES RICHARD , SH. Postofflce address Porcupine , S. D. On left sldehorees 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 , iiorass as cut on left thigh ; counter brand K right over theT HENRY JONES. Postoffice address Mandersou , S. D. On left side Horses same on left shoulder Range Wounded Knee Creek. CHAS . TWISS. ? ostofflce ...

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 — 22 June 1899

, z ? wt FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AND BROKERS Capital 10 < > ? OOO.OO IH recto : . Salesmen : F. W. FLATO , Jit , I'rrafilHm. ED. FI. HEID ] PAUL FLATO , VimPresident. . JIM S. HORN Cattle Sa Jit-me J. C. DAHLMAN. becretury. E. W. CAIIOW , [ log Salesma11 JOHN D.SEITZ. HUGH HITCHCOCK , Sheep " ED. H. HIED , JOHN P. CLAIIY , Cashier SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA DRUM-FL ATO COMMISSION COMPANY Capital $500,000.00. CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE EESTATJRANT. .OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. E. T. MILLEE , Proprietor. LODGING FOR STOCKMEN 40 NEWLY FURNISHED .ROOMS' 2622 Three Doors N From STREET Corner , South Omaha. RATES : § 1.00 to $1.50 Per Day. Telephone No. 67 $5.00 to 87.00 Per Week. R OTEL. -MRS. JOHN REED , Proprietress. STOCKMEN'S PATRONAGE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED , 25thSt. Between L andM Streets. South. Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle Dealers. It lias beeiirepeatedly ] demonstrated in the past that SIOUX TY IA. Stands at top.as a market for Range Feeders You...

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 — 22 June 1899

I . I 7 ! i * I NEW ' U i U 1 < * . 49 Our stock of Dry Goods , Shoes , 49 4 ? Eats , Caps , Trunks , Valises , Cloth 49 4 ? ing and Gents Furnishings has been 4 * 49 49 replenished throughout and we now 49 49 have s > ome of the best values ever offered for the inoncv. * * 49 4 ? Get our prices on Groceries. i * 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 VALENTINE NEBRASKA 49 is- H Our spring line is now complete. We are better pre pared to fill the \\ants of customers than ever before COMPETITION DEFIED Our prices are made on the lowest cash basis. Prac tical tailoring in connection. All work guaranteed D. StinardClothier. . And will for two or three months boil many other things , among them Buckeye Mowers and "Repairs and cutting parts for any and all makes of machines. I also handle Binding Twine in season. "Wagons and spring wagons always on hand. Am prepared to do all kinds of blacksmithing , wagon making and painting. Brand mak ing a specialty. E. EUKLANDER . SU % 1 few. ! * I V...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 June 1899

Metzger Bros. , Pullman Neb Clierry Co. Brand on left side and thigh I Earmark , sq.iare I crop right ear ' Southern branded i cattle have but one ! "liilMIuiioiid ; K" or ilrft side 3 Native < : attle have _ throat wattle Jtanee on Gordon and Snake Creeks Horses have same brand on left thigh A Iteicartl of $2bO will be paid to anj person for information leading to the arrest and final conviction of any person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand ED \VAKD UAD IfAIH. rostofllce address Allen S D On left shoulder and baron side ; hordes same on thigh flange-Bear Giuek T J ASHBURN Post office addres Valentino , Neb Branded on right side ; horses same Kange-lOmlleseast of Valeotine on the Niobrara Joseph "W. Bowuet P. O. address Merriman , Nebr. Right ear cropped Hole iu center of left ear Range Lake creek S. D. Joe Vlondrav Cody , Nebraska Left hide. Lefc ear V on left shoulder of horses. I Charles JBenard Rosebud S. D. RangejiBig White and Bad Hlvers Charles C. Tackett Rose...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 June 1899

WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT WN. Farm and Stock KOUEUT ftOOD , - Manager Valentine , Nebraska ALONZO HEATH FDStofflce address , Cody , Nebraska On left side : lioi > es leftshoulde" Kance n rth o Cutcomh Lakp S A WINSLOW Postofflce address Cody , Nebraska Branded on either Bide : lioi jw sanr on left idionlder . north- Range-8-mi. - euat ol KH and south of Xlol-rara river , 13- rni southwestofCody A C RIEMENSCHNEIDER 'Postoffice address Cody. Nel > ra ka On rightsidejalsoX on right shoulder and 2 on jaw. It I on lelt hiu also 3 01 JRange-01d Pee Ranch on Xiobrars A D COLE Postofflce address Tody , Nebraska Saim-as on cut , left side tnl shoulder. Ramie etistsind south- and HM of Cody I 4. CHAS. E ROBERTS Postoffice address Cody , Nebraska On either side : so-iie K K K : Mime BE II Ran e ottlitvest of Cody I FRANK J. JOXKS Postoffice address CodyXebrai < ka On right side ; horses ses same on left shoulder Kau e. eight miles we.st ol Codv CHAKLES GARTSEDE Postofflce address Cody , N...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 June 1899

r. D. TtfcGAA. Oreston , S. B. Left or either side of cattlealso vleft side of neck. Swal low fork rit.ht car , underbit left ; right ear mitibed off : un- dtrbitlef oar Rome on left jaw and some wattle left jaw Other brands left side or any part of animal , ipftbUeor any ji partof animal , Seine branded 10 the following , left ' , | i" It Also some catfle bearing the follow Ing brands : \\elt \ left side or shoulder , oi On left side Horse brands u * lows ICIL ) flt It'll luiCltl | > thigh thigh thigh , or thigh , hip. Anyone selling horses or cattle hearing the above brands will be prosecutedInformatlot regarding theft Iihorally rewarded , Hunge-ai -Harney bprings and Cottonwood. HERBERT O. BISONETTE. MANAGER. Postofflce address I'ino Ridfre. S. I ) . Cattle branded as on cut , IIOB on lefl side ; Bomel > V.r.ron either side ; Some on left side ; some older stock , .any where on animal. Horses E i ; Some onlefthifi finrwhere on miles northeast Range-Seven - riirht Pide east ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 June 1899

A GIRL'S CITY EXPERIENCE. EING a farmer's daughter , the eldest of a large family , and my father in rather close clrcum -stances. 1 concluded to go to the city pid engage In something , with the hope of bettering home finances , writes a j'oung woman in the Practica 'Farmer. I procured a situation with a private family and went to work. Bui 'the contrast between my life there ant at home was so great that I remained aut three weeks. At home I was a leader among my friends and asso ciates ; there I was not deemed worthy to associate with the family whose roof sheltered me. At home I gathered with father and mother , sisters and brothers , around the family altar morn- ilng and evening ; there I was denied this precious privilege except on Sunday - day mornings when I did not attend church. At home I sat with the family -at the breakfast table and discussed with them the topics of the day ; there II took my meals in the kitchen in lone- Jllncss and silence , and they almost -choked m...

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 — 22 June 1899

44Better Be Wise t Than Rich'9 Wise people are also rich when they know a perfect remedy for all annoying diseases of the blood kidneys , lever and bowels. It is Hood's SarsapariHa , which is per feel in its action so regulates the entire system as to bring vigorous health. THE EXCELLENCE OF SYBUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination , but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SVRUP Co. only , and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing- true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co. only , a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par ties. The high standing of the CALI FORNIA FIG SVRUP Co. with the medi cal profession , and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families , makes the name of the Company a guar...

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 — 22 June 1899

fSew Richmond , Wis. , a Scene of Death and Ruin. OVER 150 ARE KILLED rv More than 400 Injured in Their Ruined Homes or by Fire. Details of the Cyclone's Terrible Havoc Are Sickening Mancled Bodies ies Roasted in Burning : Homea-X.it- lle City a Complete Wreck Second Storm Strikes Herman , Neb. , Blow ing Out a Score of Lives Damage at Other Places. S' TO BE DEAD. Hew Richmond , Wis . 129 Herman , Xeb. ( estimate ) . 20 Boardman , Wis . . . 4 Onalaslca , Wis . 2 La Crosse , Wis . 2 Clear Lake , Wis . 3 I C Total dead . 100 PIISONS KXOWN TO BE IXJUKED. New Richmond , Wis . 380 Herman. Nob. ( estimate ) . 50 Ban-on , Wis 2 , Clear Lake , Wis . 2 Total injured 434 Details of the storm that destroyed New Richmond , Wis. , on Monday evening show it to have been fully as serious as at first reported. An order for 200 coffins receiv ed in St. Paul tells the worst in a breath. The dead , at the time this is written , are estimated at 150 , while the injured are r not less than 400. As many ...

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 — 29 June 1899

* NEWS-DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , JUNE 29 , 1899. NUMBER 28 DAY'S SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE. IN A MEXICAN JAIL. C\SE OF AN AMERICAN TO BE INVESTIGATED. ilrs. Evelyne Collier in Prison for Killing a Mexican Who Broke Into Her Home and Attempted to As sault Her Other Items. American in Mexican Jail. Two letters received in San Francisco from Mrs. Evelyne Collier , in jail atxEIer- mosillo , Mexico , tell the story of her arrest , trial and sentence to four years' imprison ment for shooting and killing a Mexican \ifho forced himself into her home when - ty ? was alone and attempted to assault her. She is an American woman who lived with her brother. Win. Frost , at Ures , Sonora. ilarch 31 , while her brother was absent , a Mexican broke in the door. A scuffle over the possession of a pistol then ensued. Taotli having hold of the weapon. Mrs. Collier pushed the man outside the door , \vhcn the pistol was discharged. He fell dead , but she locked and barred the door...

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 — 29 June 1899

F. TOPICS OF TflE TIM . ; A CHOICE SELECTION OF INI fev ESTING ITEMS. Comment * and Criticisms His Ha . .puttings of the Day-Ilia cal uud .News Notes. Counterfeit money is not .half so ' * ; , . gerous as counterfeit honesty. i- : . : It is easy enough to see throug ] objects of the window glass trusi rvir- In one way our naval officers --l 'V ' ' flooding equals on earth. It's in . . magazines. A copper trust is the latest , and urally enough its projectors expc make a pretty penny out of it. The nationalconference to diJ trusts will also cuss them. Th ; what the people are doing , at any After the way they have been ning , it may be hard to accustoir Filipinos to the ordinary walks of The preacher who refuses to claiming that his citizenship is heaven , must be a reconcentradi present. All things considered , the best to avoid the dangers that lurk in L ache cures is to keep away from headache. . An exchange says the wise man away from home to do his lectu : True , and he often go...

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 — 29 June 1899

HIS BEST DAY. "I know a boy likes Cbrls'mas best 'CoH Santa Cl.tus nrucs then : -He likes to hang his rocking ti. > , Au' take it do .11 a.iin , An' count his pivsonts out but I i'druther have it Fourth July. "That other boy likes Chris'mas best 'Cos o' the Chris'mas trees 'To Sunday schools an * things to eat , An * when they's been a freeze , He likes to slide and skate , but my ! What's that iougside o' Fourth July ? Thris'mas is good , but Fourth July ! That day's the best of all O my ! \visht could be the Fourth All summer an' all fall ! No other time begins to be So good as Fourth July to me ! "I hope * ar when the Fourth Is here My mother' ! ! think its right To let me creep down stairs an' fire My crackers off 'fore light. -I'll blow my horn , and shoot my gun ! An' wake up pa ! an' have such fun ! " "At dark I'll fire my shooting stars. An' let my rockets g.jre , .An' set my Koman candles off- Whizz. Hush ! Buzz ! Bang. Pop ! Flare ! ' < ! hrih'nins is good 'nough , b...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 June 1899

f . WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. address Pine RMge. S. r On side and Iilp HorseF on ri ht alum I ? i Range- Yea ALBERT LAMB. Poatofflce address Allen , S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; horses on left hip ame as cattle on left houlder Range Bear Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Postofflce address Albany , Neb. On right side ; hors es leu .shoulder Range He d of uii Water FRANK SALWAY , JR. Postofflce address Allen , S. DA As on cut ; also SS left hip : half top circle ITS on left side ; also on left side Horses > left hip Range Corn Creek CHARLES RICHARD , SR. Postofflco address Porcupine , S. D. On leftsldehor ; es same without bar. on left shoulder. Range Porcupine District. CHARLES CUNY. Manderson S. D. On left side Also . clear jiround both hips like a breeching har ness. iiorsis as cut on left thigh ; counter brand y2 right over the T HENRY JONES. Postofflce address Mamlerson , S. D. On left side Horses same on left shoulder Range Wounded Knee Creek. CHAS TWISS. ? ostoffice address Manderson , On l...

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 — 29 June 1899

* 1 FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AND BROKERS Capital $ OOOOO.OO , I > ir < * tor : Salesmen : F. W. FLATO , Ju , President. ED. II. RKID | . . PAUL FLATO , Vicr President. JIM S. HORN \ Cattle bl J"n e J. C. DAHLMAN. t ecretary. E. W. OAIIOW. Hog Salesma" JOHN D.SEITZ. HUGH HITCHCOCK , Sheep ' ED. H. HIED , JOHN I * . CLAUY , Cashier SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Correspondents : DRUM-FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY Capital $500,000.00. CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. ST. LOUIS STOCK EXCHANGE BESTAURANT. OPEX DiY AND MGIIT. E. T. MILLEB , Proprietor. LODGING FOB STOCKMEN 40 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS' 2622 I STREET , South Omaha. Three Doors From Corner RA.TES : $1.00 to § 1.50 Per Day. Telephone No. 67 $5.00 to $7.00 Per We-k. R D HOT H MRS. JOHN REED , Proprietress. STOCKMEN'S PATRONAGE ESPECJ&LLY SOLICITED , 15thSt. Betar.en L andM Streets. South Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle Dealers. It lias Leenjrepeatedly demonstrated in the past that SIOU ITY IA. Stands at top as a market ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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