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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 March 1900

is r A l KE5i side and thigh and on left thigh IJftSrwf WW ve El Range D uck Lake VOLUME XV PS HOTJSCHE PoBtofilce address Brownlee Nebi On left side or auy part of animal Ear mark right ear cut off liores branded same on left hlnAlso has stock branded II ouside or shoulder orJKorWorOVL oro or FZ Also wcrftafi thp following the first one being on side and hip S 11311 LEE A2JD SONB AxfUipflita Postofflce address GEO HIGGINS Brownlee Neb Branded on left side some H left P PULLMAN Postofflce address Pullman Neb Branded as on cut Also P on shoulder on side P on hip also w side P hip also P on snoulder XV on side P on hip Range north prong of North Loup Poatofflo ftddr e Brewnlee Xeb Oa rlcht dt LIS oa saste aid also LEE on tar tide Kongo eortb rowalos 2 to miles JOHN J SJ iszys r 3Kmwt Postofllco addrov Brownies Neb On light side Range Home Valley CLARENCE K SMITH PostofDce address Whitman Net On left side horses same on left shoulder on left side fcinywhern on animal Juki thigh K nh pr...

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 March 1900

fff WESTERN NEWS DEMOCRAT Neive Farm and Stock B0BEHT 2OI - Manager Valentine Nebraska - COB1T KEBR - ALONZO HEATH ISBbJt SRI tM Ip9 Postoffice address Cody Nebraska Branded on either Eide horses same on left shoulder Hangc 3 ml north east of 11 and south of Niobrara river 13 xnl southwestofCody Postoffice address west of Cody JOHN Postomce address CodyNebraska On left side Also on left side Also Umm a d COLE Cody Nebraska Same as on cut left side and shoulder Range eastand south end west of Cody m Horses J S on left shoulder Itange between Cody fend Lake Creek FRANK rj2fu BTfcrvvffitff fc3 was llOi on rlKht Tft ejr nt nffl Split Ranjre head of Hay -Creek tew Postoffice address Cody Nebraska On left side IB uorses left shoulder Range north Cutcomb Lake I B A WINSLOW A C RIEMENSCHNEIDER Postoffice address CodyJNeurasKa On right side alsoX on right shoulder and 2 on jaw 3 3 on left hip also 3 on jaw Range Old Poor Ranch on Niobrara Postoffice address Cody Nebraska On either side someK...

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 March 1900

K 5 A 1 4 H F ivcr JM t r I r AROUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK MACHiraSTS STRIKE ACTION IN CHICAGO LIKELY TO MAKE IT GENERAL Great Plants with Output of Mill ions to Be Shut Down Will In volve Some 100000 Men Effort to Conic to an Understanding Futile Chicago After the conference between representatives of the International Ma chinists Association and the administra tive council of the National Metal Trades Association ended at 130 a m on the 18th inst President OConnell of the union -declared that strikes would be called im mediately in all parts of the United States -and Canada Such strikes would involve 100000 men and cause to be shut down for an indefinite period plants having an ag gregate output of millions of dollars Chicago labor troubles are responsible ifor the disagreement which is expected to precipitate the general machinists strike Were it not for the fact that leaders of the anachinists union refused to call off the J J strikes that now exist in Chicago...

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 March 1900

J i 1 ARE WE NOT SAVING YOU MONEY g t Why Our competitor -ire trying to adopt the fcf 4 cash system And then lJjy will tell you that we hb 4 cant make it win Mow dont this prove to you that 4 wo are the leaders in prices an 1 that f Jj CASH IS KIXG jf 49 They even attempt to copy our ads but it fo her we give 10 ler Cent Off on Everything fo X 20 pounds California Primes SI 00 3 Cans Corn 25 7arsSoap 25 8 pounds of the Best Evaporated Peaches 1 00 Jj Total 250 u 49 10 Per cent off for cash saved to you - 25 2 49 Cash Price 2 25 1 Jackson jtr krayton I WERE NOT I IN THE When Visiting Valentine Stop at Hence -we are enabled to offer these bargains in shoes to our patrons Childrens Shoes - 25c tip Mens Shoes - - 100 up Ladies Shoes - 100 tip After careful consideration we have decided to so out of the clothinjr business and to do so Will sell Clothing Regardless of Cost Buyers are requested to remember that we sell Flour Feed Grain and Hay and deliver to anr place in town We Hi ill Man...

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 March 1900

I i i s U Have you seen our Spring line of j GREAT CLEARING SALE - i UEOOKSTON WlftCX X X X MAX E VIERTEL L EFNEI further notce we UjSTIL will sell all 24 and 25 inch prints in stock at 5 cents per yard All other dry goods in proportion We must make- robin for our Spring Goods GllOOERIES AND SHOES AT BEDROOK PRICES fidjpWe sell coal feed and salt NEBRASKA OENERAL MERCHANDISE VJI AWWW RANCH Everything fresh and clean and prices that are TRADE riirht Special attention given to pumps OUE tanks etc SPECIALTY J N STEADMAN COMPANY KENNEDY NEBRASKA F3gKgg3g3g3g 2 Of the Choicest Brands f VALENTINE NAME Emcst Hanim George Trotter B C Allshouse George Murray Henry OT Lee WP Conley 3Iaude Morgareklge Frank Schroder C I Brown HStratton B B Swett Oliver Taylor E A Holsclaw Seth JAustin George Spragg Margaret L Mmvan Adelbert Kneeland Joseph Janak Henry C Hofgard Mary FSpeek Arfhur R Brlggs Albert W Brlggs H r ranch - o x niii Thomas i More CO Goodrich LN Carter CE Wolfeuden Jnlla A Smalley BB M...

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 March 1900

1 Fi -5 4 3Xl M CHAPTER VII Continued Towards evening the weather improv ed considerably the wind abating the clouds banking themselves up into heavy masses overhead while along the west ern skies there were silver rifts that Beemed slowly and steadily widening In deed the heavy darkness overhead made that white glory in the west all the more vivid and alluring and when at length through some sudden parting of the clouds a flood of sunlight swept across the cornfields and the hedges and the daisied meadows the effect was quite be wildering The evening drew on apace but mo mentarily it became more beautiful It really seemed as if we had come out from under those lurid storm clouds into r region of mellow radiance and perpet ual calm The still surface of the canal was a golden pathway before us over head such spaces of the sky as were now clear were of a pale blue just touched here and there with a flake of saffron cloud Of course this brilliancy could not last Slowly the wild fires i...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 March 1900

II J 4 y f4444rtrtMWVQ T -e 3 A KNOCK OUT There is more disability and helplessness from LlUMBAGO than any other muscular ail ment but acoDs has found it the easiest and promptest to cure of auy form of LAME BACK scoff Speltz 3romus Rape Corn Oats Five remarkable things Bound to make you rich Mr Farmer Salzers catalog tells the story Send 5c postage and this notice to day for catalog to John A Salzcr Seed Co La Crosse Wis Did Not ClasU How do you liud your now partner get alons Smoothly I never smoke during working hours and he never works during smoking hours Chicago Tritf une To Cnre a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure 25c E 37 Groves signature is on each box Ijalcc Super or Keeps Its Dead Lake Superior is remarkable for tlie fact that it never gives ud its dead VITALITY low debilitated or exhausted cured by Dr Klinoa InrlRoratins Tonic FBU SI Trial Bottle containing 2 weoks treatment Dr Kllnen Instituts ZJ1 Arch...

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 — 22 March 1900

H H in I I H t f ik 121 ii Ml K i - J WESTERN NEWS DEMOCRAT IVews Farm smd Steck ROBERT GOOD - Manager Valentine Nebraska IvstofOce address Oasis Nebraska FRAJTX T LBS rewtofflce address BrowRlec Neb Cattle on left Elds horses same en left shoulder Sans nlki nertktast at Brownie s b and Postofflce acdrew Brownlee Neb Cattle en hnrees en left side also hor ee oa right aide BaafeGooM Creak B HKSjii X A GERMAN flSSrH IB bbbbbI J M HANNA Postofflce address Seneca Neb mzm ttranaea as I on cut some r on right IlIB and dome on riubt hip RDEO Calf Fmm Creek Valley in Oher cooaty K E W PEARSON estofflee address Brownlee Neb neas on cut Horses same os f shoulder uge Goose Creek STBADMAN BROS G SAWYEB jitler Quisenbery have charge of theso tiitfle horses ttson jtL shoulder some btopk branded v jiv whereon animal iiange Snake river Pcstfflce ddrei Nemos Nt Cattle branded f ersidehortcs vu on leftshoulder a m have care u i branded SPundf lined Kaagre Nor Loup DICK MCNALL POetefflee address drewn...

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 March 1900

i r C F Postofflce address Kennedy Neb Cattle branded on left side same as cut Stock over one year old on right side liorses same X Tl on left shoulder Range south west VOLUME XV JULIUS PETERSON Postofflce address Gregory Neb Branded as on cut Range two miles north of Gregory JhmJR J A SAULTS Postofllco address Gregory Neb On left side or hip horses same on left shoulder Range Arkansa Valley and Snakr COOPER I JACOBSON g ol Hackberry Lake and Curlew Also some brando ZI on eft leg BROTHERS Postofflce address Gregory Neb On left side some same with I on left shoulder KHI horses KvVj left shoulderPiilri Rango HH don and Goose Lake DAN WEBSTER Postofflce address Harlnn Nebraska On left side or hip horses branded same leftshJuMer Range between Nio brara and Snake riv ers south of Merri man Valentine Xeb Cattle branded on left hip horses the same Range en Dry Val ley nKMnaaKJlBnHiBUBdsR A Rvtcavtl of 100 will be paid to any person for information leading to the arrestand final conviction ...

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 March 1900

4 Isr e HUM i ii Hi m i HWlllMflM Postofflce address ssa FRANK f A D COLE Cody Nebraska Same as on cut left side and shoulder Range east and south end west of Cody CHAS E ROBERTS Range eight miles vest of Cody CHARLES 1 1 moBmTODoW JOHN Postomce address Cody Nebraska On left side Also on left side Horses JS on left Bhoulde Bange between Cody ind Lake Greek m WESTERN NEWS DEMOCRAT Sews Fairs and Steck OBERT GOOD - Manager - VaIentine Nebraska - i CODY 2IEBR - ALONZO HEATH Gody Nebraska Branded on either side horses same on left shoulder Range 8 ml north east of EU and south of Niobrara river 13 znl southwest of Cody Postofflco address Cody Nebraska On left side horses left shoulder gl Bt MOGLE Postofflce address G H SEAGER Postoffice address Cody Neoraska Cattle branded as on cut on left side hip and shoulder horses same Range Snake Creek Cody Nebraska On either de cattle herdmark left ear clipped and richt ear split jhorses branded same on left shoulder Ranjce on Niobrara aud Medicl...

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 March 1900

X - i 4 4 t ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD f A BOLD LONE ROBBER i HOLDS UP A TRAIN ON THE BURLINGTON ROAD Pushing a PiisscngjetnjnFront of Him the Highwayman Goes Through tho Train Getting Sevcr al Hundred Dollars St Joseph Mo A lone robber wearing a false face with a black mustache painted on his mask held up the south bound Kan sas City St Joe and Council Bluffs train four miles south of Hamburg Iowa at 180 a m March 23 The train was in charge of Conductor Billy McGee Flagman Moore was first accosted by the robber at the rear end of the train Using Moore as a shield the robber went through the sleeper and chair car getting 200 in cash and a gold watch He pulled the bell cord and when the train slowed down jumped off and escaped in the darkness The rob bery was reported at the Burlington gen eral offices here from London the first sta tion south of Hamburg President Burt of the Union Pacific road who was in the sleeper was relieved of 70 and a gold watch No effor...

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 — 29 March 1900

j m mi ki 5 m ass WALCOTT yTy tAgciaBssa C H CORNEIJU President B pulM I ARE WE NOT SAVING YOU MONEY 1 t Why Our competitors v trying to adopt tlie 3 cash system And then they will tell you that Are J 49 cant make it win Now doiffc this prove to you that - fc wo are the leaders in prices an 1 that fc Jj CASH IS KING jj They even attempt to copy our ads but S 49 ber ws give 10 Per Cent Off on Everything X 20 pounds California Primes - - -- - - 81 00 49 3 Cans Corn - 25 3 49 7 BarsSoap 25 ft 8 pounds of the Best Evaporated Peaches 1 00 fcg - Total 8250 g 49 10 Per cent off for cash saved to you 25 49 i K Cash Price 82 25 49 I Jackson xr Rrayto v - 49 0 aanRBnHHBaBMIMBaBaaBaaHHaBHHIBBHHIBHalaaHhflMBIK3acBVHHBnlvnHalHaBaBaaal WERE NOT IN THE COMBINE r i n nmiMwiiiMBiMMiMi ran nwirn MTTi mi mi miiiriii mini mil I B Hence we are enabled to offer these bargains in shoes to our patrons Childrens Shoes - 25c up Mens Shoes - - 100 tip Ladies Shoes - 100 up After careful consideration we have ...

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 March 1900

X Pi X 7 - LADIES FURNISHINGS It is the most complete we ha e ever offered Large variety i SALE HEADQUARTERS FOR wit jes Liquors and tic Twice Proven From the Vindicator Rutherfordtou N C The editor of the Vindicator lias had occasi n to test the efficacy of Cham bprlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First with rheumatism in the sboulder from which he suffered excruciating pain for ten days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted and realizing instant benefit and entire relief in a very short time Second in rheuma tism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was re lieved by two applications ruibing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by Quigley Chapman 1 About the meanest thing Bro Church of Naper ever said was to intimate that the Nebraska State Journal is publish ed in Cherry county and that Lincoln is a suburb of Brownie This county - is guilt...

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 — 29 March 1900

N Cy V ar IV 4 LJ IF J A gr B SwwBPSEfr fin AsrfyyHHBBBBryfyllTv M CHAPTER IX Continued I And so once more we are gliding on through the still wooded landscape and the larks are filling all the wide spaces of the air with their singing and the sun light lies warm on the hedges and fields und this is Miss Peggy who is perched tip here astern with more or less com plete control of the tiller although as ahe seems rather ahsent eyed one has to exercise a general sort of surveillance over her Why whats that she exclaims sud denly catching sight of something ahead It looks like a series of gigantic steps End stairs doesnt it But it is really a succession of locks We have got to climb a hill thats about all And it iwill be a very tedious process Youd better go inside and tell them we will have luncheon now and send Murdoch out to take the tiller By the time luncheon was over Miss i Peggy discovered that we were in the last of the locks and her proposal that we should seize the opportunity...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 March 1900

t K i J 7 Backaches lrlr pearsng en 1 i Vr S of omen are wearying beyond ties crintion and they indicate real trouble somewhere Efforts to bear the dull pain are heroic but they do not overcome it and the backaches continue until the cause is re moved Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetble Compound does this more certainly than any other medicine It has been doing it for thirty years it Is a mans medicine for wo mans ills it has done much for the health American women Read the grateful letters from women constantly a Mrs Pinkham counsels women free of charge Her address is Lynn Mass y Hi th II Ill IBM IWHIWJH H hi POMMEL ssBaa m Keeps both rider and saddle per farflw Arr in fha hitvlacf Substitutes will disappoint Ask for x807 risn tfrana Pommel sucker It Is entirely new If not for sale in your town write for catalogue to A T TOWPP Rnctnn Mace fcmCaBl - ww Si BK3B99BKEZS EXCURSION RATES to Western Canada and par ticulars as to hoT to secure 160 acres of tho best Wheat growing land on the Conti n...

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 — 29 March 1900

v r Ii N O u - 35kterfiBag5 v- I- i W W 3 Cody Nebr Cattle branded anywhere some with under neath the brand Horses on left shoul der Range Little White River and mouth of Cedar Creek S D SBW51fc J J Peck AGO tm 1 eJ Vr Jac James Goodfellow Son Cody Nebr On left side somp X T on left side horses Ton left side SHOUTIIOKN STOCK Range Between Niobrara and the Snake Frank Livermore Cody Nebr On both sides or f nn where on animal Also Ii on hip or shoulder Range Little Whim River and mouth of Cedar fiefkS D I gT BKS3fslSr3BH Clarence Cutcomb Cf dy Nebr Left side on large attic n small Itjtt vy side HofJei i on lert s KJitlder jsouth east of Cutcomb Lake roaeJWTTff WESTERN NEWS DEMOCRAT Xews Farm and Stock ROBERT GOOD - Manager Valentine Nebraska COPY NEBRASKA Garner Brothers f Hi Cody Nebr Anywhere ou cat tle Horses on shoulder Vetal Vlandry Codv Nebr left Range North of Eli 1 jH 1 mill lmrwTFTrrmlKmr GKE3SB3Emmmm3 Cody Nebr On both sides Horses left thigh JC on Range Head Pass Creek S 1 ...

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 — 5 April 1900

I t Branded on right side or hip Also on left hip Horses on right i houlder as on cut Range Gordon and Snake m WEST VOLUME XV JULIUS PETEKSON Potofflce address Gregory Neb Branded as on cut Range two miles north of Gregory Postofflce address Kennedy Neb Cattle branded on left side same as cut Stock over ono year old on right side liorses same a on left shoulder ltauge south west JACOBSON EwAEI 1 J A SAULT8 N WlilPlll Postofflce address Gregory Neb On left side or hip horses same on left shoulder Range- Arkansa C F COOPER oi HnckberryJLake and Curlew Also some brando on eft le Valley and Snakr BROTHERS Postofflce address Gregory Neb On left side some same with I on It ft shoulder horses leit shoulder Ramre Gor DAVIS RSI don and Goosr Lake DAN WEBSTER Pntofllre address Harlan Nebraska On left side or hip horses branded same leftshouMer Range between Nio braraandJSnake rlv ers south of Merri jnan A Sierra id ot 100 will be paid to any person for information leading to the arrestand lln...

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 — 5 April 1900

IWki w r 2a WESTERN NEWS DEMOCRAT SewB Farst and Stack KOBEET GOOD - Manager Valentine Nebraska COBY NEBR K 1 Postoffice address ALONZO HEATH Branded on either Bide horses same on left shoulder Kange 8 ml north east of Ell and south of Niobrara river J3 xnl southwest of Cody JOHN Postofflce address Cody Nebraska On left side Also on left side A D COLE Cody Nebraska Same as on cut left side and shoulder Range tnd west of Cody Horses JS on left Bhoulder Range between Cody und Lake Creek FRANK rSfotm Catti branded as on cut- on teft side hip nd shoulder horses same Range Snake Creek Postofflce address Cody Nebraska On left sfde norses left shoulder CHAS E ROBERTS SHANGRAN ISS Range nortn ol Cutcomb Lake S A WINSLOW Postoffice address Cody Nebraska 5tSii4 EmSHb HbBLH A C RIEMENSCHNEIDER afPrsSB 5 Mk m S11 - m TtnntnTfifm nr1i1rPl Cody Nebraska aShtswegisoj and 2 on Jaw 3 3 on left hip also 3 on Range Old Poor Ranch on Niobrara WpVb mkWzL a Postoffice address Cody Nebraska On either side...

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 — 5 April 1900

- IT- ft J I in dtu ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD GIYE DONS MOEE TIME MUST CHANGE FLAGS SIX MONTHS WITHIN Spaniards in Philippines Given More Time in Which to Elect Whether They Will Remain Spanish Sub jects or Surrender Allegience Washington Secretary Hay and Duke dAroo the Spanish minister signed a pro tocol a few days ago extending for six months the period of time allowed Spanish residents in the Philippine Islands to elect whether they shall remain Spanish sub ejects or surrender their allegiance and radopt the nationality of the territory in wiichjtheyreside The artice intlie Paris treaty bearing on this subject allowed the Spanish residents one year from the date of the exchange of ratifications of the treaty within which to make their choice That period expires on Ihe 11th of April Many important towns in Luzon where Spanish subjects reside are as yet without American garrisons -and the assertion of American souvereignty over them has been rather technica...

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 — 5 April 1900

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Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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