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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 February 1902

'p 4 WESTERN CANADA FARMER. * Seven Years Ago He Had but 824 "Now He Has Seventy Head of Cattle. This Is What a Couple of Eastern Farmers Learned When on a Re cent Trip to Canada. tondtd Words About Saskatoon , Rosthern Hague District , Where Thoy Will Locate. ' Messrs. J. E. Blum nnd J. Grumper f Manchester , Washtenaw County , Michigan , paid a visit to Alberta last ummcr and saw there a Mr. Slmntz , ene of the good old Pennsylvania stock , who lind come recently some seven years ago from Ontario , with $24 in nis pocket. He lias certainly prospered , us lie now owns over seventy head of cattle , has a good log house framed over , also a good barn , and in all re- Bpects looks a thrifty nnd well-to-do fanner. lie had some 00 ! cropof oats nnd barley. After spending some flays In Calvary and Edmonton they re turned to Re inn , Assiniboia , and look ed around the country north to Lum : - den and lialgonle , where the crops ap.- pcaredxvery promising ami heavy , con- ' "tinuiug up th...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 27 February 1902

TfeE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT M RICE EDITOR $1.OO Per Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered at the Fostrofflce at Valentine , Cherry county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. Charles II. Faulhaber Brownlee Breeder of Ren'st'd Hereiords Hyain , No. o 74.r 38 at bead of herd. Young bulls Ironic to 18 months old for sale. Located on Cherry St. 2nd door south of Smyser's livery , furnishes excellent board and lodgingMeals same old price 25 cents. A hearty welcome to all. MRSM.HARRIS MILL PRICES FOR FEED , Bran , bulk. . . .1.50 per cwt $20 00 ton Shorts bulk . . .115 per cwt $22.00 ton Screenings 40c $7.00 " Chop Feed . . . .1.25 " $24.00" Corn 1.05 $20.00 " Chop corn 1.10 " $21.00 " OatB 1.50 " $29.00 JOHN D. EATON City Delivery 10 Cents to haul your Truks , Va lises and packages. HENEY AUGUSTON Blacksmith Brownlee , Nebr. Does general blacksmithingatharr time price for cash. PAT HETT Valentine , Kebr. Good , Hard Rock for sale in any quantity. M. S , WELCH Delivery Wagon No , 1...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT. i THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , MAEOH 6 , 1902. NTTMBEB7 * * * * A ofr ONE DOLLAR For a pair ot men's overshoes * 4 ? in sizes 10 11 12 ? eft 49 & 4 ? &ft 49 4 ? ONE COLLAR 2ft eft 49 &ft 49 For a pair of men's Perfection i 49 49 49 Rubbers to. go over felt boots in jft 49 10-11-12-13-14 sizes - - - - 49 oft 49 2ft 49 & > 49 eft 49 49 49 ONE DOLLAR oft eft fcft 49 For a suit of men's or ladies 49 eft 49 Foreign Wool Underwear. & 49 eft 49 49 49 49 49 TtlE RED FRONT I 49 Spring clothinQ- We are now receiving our Spring Line of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes , Men's , Boys' and Children's Suits. A full line of Furnishing goods always on hand , All the the newest and up to date styles. "We do custom work. Don't forget to order your Spring Suit until the Fourth of July. Samples now ready. i < D. STINARD , CLOTHIER and MERCHANT TAILOR GET The latest in Belts , Buckles , Sash and Bodice pin...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 March 1902

' " WM r u THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE , Tub iKher. TALENT ] NE , NEBRASKA. The Cuban republic has started. Where will It end ? To'the young'man In love distance aoea.not . lend enchantment to the view. A forecast of desirable national con- 'Altlons : less immigration ; more Irriga- -tkm. . . . The easiest way Is to express jrour ; pinlon about a question before you anything about it. , , . The general respect "fory Marconi Is Ulcreasing. He hasrefused , an offe ? of , $1,000 a night for aseries , of lectures. . Ex-Governor Shaw of Iowa was born fen a log cabin. There is no barrier In tte road from the cabin to the cabinet A prominent Frenchman says the Itext great war will be under the sea. Flint , at least , will do to tell the ma- taes. ' A lady never swears and the man who steps on the hem of her skirt and , j tche8 her eye can readily understand that she doesn't have to. If after his coronation is pulled off Edward would make a tourvlth the Shtire aggregation it would draw...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 March 1902

GREAT IN DEATH. W rk of ' llliam McKlnlejr ly Pictured. . Washington , Feb. 28. At noon to day in the great hall of representa tives , in the presence of President Roosevelt , Prince Henry of Prussia , brother of the German emperor ; the members of the cabinet , the chief justices of the supreme court , the general of the army and officers of the army and navy who have received the thanks of congress , the ambas sadors and other diplomatic repre sentatives of foreign countries , thei senators and representatives in con gress ; md a large number of distin guished guests , Hon. John Hay , Me- TCinlcy's secretay of state , pronounced a eulogy up n his dead chiof. Four times before national memor ial services for presidents who have died in otlice have been held in this hall , two of them , like this. ; n com memoration of chief magistrates who have fallen by the handf asassins. , ! George BancioJt , the historian , pro- ' Qounced the culOL'y on Lincoln , and Klaine was Garlicld's orato...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 March 1902

* * S so % f THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Official Newspaper of Cherry County , &coratik i TERMS Subscription 51.00 per year iu advance : 51.M When not paid In advance , Single copies Oc. Display advertising 1 Inch single column 15c per Issue or SG.OO a yt-ar. Local Notices , Obituaries , Lodge Kesolution- and Socials lor KuVcuue 5c per line per issue. Urands , lf im-hes-$4.00 jer > car in advance additional apace SS-Oo per inch per year ; engruvc blocks extra ; 51.00 each. I'artleB living outside Cherry county not per sonally known are requested to pay in advance 10 per cent additional to above rates.il over c months in arrears. Is'otices of losses.'Iof stockifreejto'.brand adver tisers. Thursday , March 6 , 1902. ADDITIONAL LOCAL The bowling alley opens today. O. W. Ilahn is visiting in Missouri. Judge Towne is again able to be up and about. Lcn Bivens will pay highest cash price for furs. J. C. Bounds and wife have returned from their visit in Mo. Johann Porath...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT M. RICE EDITO Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , A ent. SPr TT"O Valentine Lodge No. (5 . Cx > JLJL Meets every second and fourth v"dnesday eveu- nc of each tfionth at Hornby's Hal. A cordhil nvitation is extended to all visltitu members O.V. . M ( > RKY , Prennient. MAUD V. MORGARE1D GE.Sec'y George Gray Tlied ford Neb Same as cut on leltliipor AOoii right hip or side Range Loup and Dismal G. W. McFurland Valentine , Ncbr. Ranue : lour miles east of Fort Niobrara , north and south of Berry bridge the Ecoffey & Sons. Merrlman.Neb. Cattle branden MV on left side and E on left jaw. ears clipped both ends and JC on right hip and C on right , jaw. tin- derblt on right earand „ _ , on right ill side. Horses branded JC on left hip and FE on left shoulder and T on left hip. Range Between Pass Creek and southern part of the reservatioi and Wakpine I-ike. DAN WEBSTER Postofllce address Harlan , Nebraska On left ide or hip ; hor s br...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 March 1902

: w ; mm 53 E gs ? 'M m state © eal r TJ fj.j.lfcirf J f J JJ L HEN Ellen Winter left her home In Ohio to come to Chi cago with her family she was # ngaged to be married to Thomas .1. Ed- Wards. Within two years of her arrival in this city almost everything possible In the way of misfortune had happened to her. Her father had died within a few months , leaving the family poor. { There were the old mother and Ellen's younger sister Sally to support and Miss Winter took the burden on her own not overbroad shoulders. ' At about the time of her father's death the letters from the Ohio town in "trhirh she had left her fiance began to pome less frequently and to display touch less ardor than before. Within h year Thomas .T. Edwards had ceased i r i * 'l THINK TOM WOULD LIKE THIS VIIBY MUCH. " to write to her , not even sending a final letter in the way of apology or explana tion. The engagunent wasofcourse , ho more than a memory. Only indirect- ly she learned from her old home that Edwar...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 March 1902

CAS For Infanta and CMldren. The Kind You Have Always Bought . Bears tho { Signature of Ifullun * Abhor Triplets. Jfrofeaaor W. .T. ilcGee of the bru- Iteau of ethnology , tells a good story 61 his lust trip to the land of the Se- hs , the most dangerous of all Mexi- kan tribe * . He was learning the irords denoting relationship , such as father , mother , then went on to child fetid baby. He secured the correct word lor baby in the Scri tongue itiU also for twins ; but when he jkskedfor , the ooe meaning triplets a tuddsn change came over Ihe entire group surrounding him. Every man , Iroman and child solemnly arose and turning their hacks on him walked kway. He then learned thai the ap pearance of triplets JD a family was , among these Indians , a crime pun- kpliuble with death to the father , toother aud many of the family , and that the mere mention of such a hein ous offense could not be tolerated in polite society.Washlugon Star. Diet Inn ry A teacher of French now in thb elty ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I , M RICE EDITOR $1.OO Per Year in. Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered at the PosU > fllco at Valentine , Cherry county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. Charles II. Faulbaber Brownlee Breeder of Ken'bt'd Heretords. o Hyam , No. rir : ; 8 , at bend of herd. Yonnu hulls from G to 1H months old for sale. Located on Cherry St. 2nd door south of Sinvser'a livery , furnishes excellent board and lodtfinjf. Meals same old price 25 cents. A hearty welcome to all. MRSM.HARRIS MILL PRICES FOR FEED , Bran , bulk 1.50 per cwt * 20 00 ton Shorts bulk . . .115 per cwt $22.00 ton Screenings 40c " * 7.00 " Chop Feed . . . .1.25 " $ = 24.00" Corn 1.05 " $20.00" Chop corn 1.10 " $21.00" Oats 1.50 " $29.00" The Democrat FOIC Job Work. HENEY AUGUSTON Blacksmith iSrownlce , Nebr. Does general blacksmithiiigatliani times prices for casli. PAT HEIT Valentino , Xebr. Good , Hard Rock for sale in any quantity. M. S. WELCH r * Delivery Wagon No , 1 Tp anyjDart of tlie city...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 March 1902

TH VALENTINE THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , MARCH 13 , 1902. NUMBER 6 49 Our New Waterloo Inderskirts , 2 * 49 2 * 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 * 49 49 I * 49 J 49 49 49 Jfcfr 49 fcfr 49 49 4 ? 49 49 ftfr 4 ? 49 49 Tliev arc cut to fit. haing tliij { jlove tightness above a slop- t& lug hip and the dainty , pretty llaring away beneath which 49 give the wearer an Inimitable grace ; : ; : : CJ 49 * Colors : Cerise. Cardinal and Black. & 49 49 Y THE RED FRONT. I pring clothing- We are now receiving our Spring Line of Ladies' and Gents1 Sboe83 Men's , Boys' and Children's Suits. A full line of Furnishing goods always on hand , All the the newest and up to date styles , We do custom work. Don't forget to order your Spring Suit until the Fourth of July. Samples now ready. D. STINARD , CLOTHIBE and MERCHANT TAILOB GET " The litet in Belts , Buckles , Sash anti Bodice pins. Your eyes fitted with glasses so you can see a watch that will ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 March 1902

YHEVALENTINEDEMOCRA 1. M niCE. I'ub ikher. TALENTJNE , NEBRASKA laureate Austin's uew poein. "To -pether , " reads very much like nsg- ' -Bounds. J. J. Hill told the farmers that rhc fintlon had much to expect from them -Bo have the railroads , by the way. 'The city of Blagovestchensk , In Asl- -attic Russia , Is enjoying a boom. II bunds us it It were enjoying a sneeze , It's a lucky thing for the average man that he doesn't know soine of the things that other people know about Urn. It Is expected that the memoirs of Mmpress Eugenie will be interesting Chiefly for the things she scrupulously firsoL "That professor in Chicago University has discovered the secret of hu- life Is not able to help Mr. Rocke feller's dyspepsia. * It takes a genuine philosopher to dis sever a number of good and sufficient reasons why other people should be ktisfled with their condition in life. The South American republics are lowly learning that the Monroe doc trine ! s not a barrier behind which they ia...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 March 1902

VKt SWEPT TO DEATH. Colorado Iklfnni * riiiili * By Mountain A vnlnnclu : . The most terrible snowsllde accl dent ever known Jn Leadville , , Colo rado , caused the death of from thirty to seventy-five men at the Li'e'tj ' Hell mine on Smuggler mountain. Although the scene of the disaster is scarcely two miles from this town , Information Is difficult to obtain cu account of the precipitous character af the roads and the vast amount ol snow. Nearly all the buildngs of the fjiberty Hell mine were carried down fcy the slideall the books which show the number of names of the men employed being lostso that the death list can hardly be known for many hours , possibly not until the rescuers have removed the immense quantity "of snow , rocks and logs from the can yon where the victims lie buried It seems that two slides occurred firactically in the same placethe sec ond burying those who were trying to rescue the victims of the first. The first slide occurred at 7:30 o'clock this morning ,...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 March 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Official XcicHjtaper of CJicrry TJ3JWIS Subscription Sl.oo per year in advance : SLOT Wliuntiol paid in advance. .Single copies % . Display advertibinK 1 it 'h biiifc'lo column I5c per issue or W.WJ a year. Local Notices , Obituaries , Lodge Itesolntion and Socials for Kevimc : * : per line per issue. Hrand.s , ih inclS1.U ) pcrjcar in advance a < lditional .space ? : : " < ( i > er inch per yearjeiitfruve blocks extni ; s > l.oo i-wli. rattles living ni/side Cherry county not per tonally known are i uqucsted lopay In advance 10 pur rent additional to above rates if over G nioulli * in anvars. Notices of losses of block free to brand advcr- UMT.V Tliurtuiny , tfiirch J3 , Another Yanh at fJtc Tail. The .sip-head editor made a fool of himself as usual and did just about what we expected of him , What else could eminato from such a source ? Jt is needless for us to pa } ' any attention to the false accusations uaado by this vile , h...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 March 1902

THC. VALENTINE DfJlOCftt IM RICE EDIT ! ; Mutual companies pay losses in fu No < 1i-count I. M. RICE , Agent "Pj T3 Valentine Lodge Xo. f SP JLJ. . . Meetsi'rv .second a" , fourth Vr"iri < " > day o : . neof each mouth at Hoi Mby's 11 ill. A < * orx , is extended tu.r-.ll vibiimg nu mbcra. O. \ \ . .MOULPrcsid'iiT. . MAUU V. A1ORGAUEJI > ( JK.Sec'y Gray Tliedford Xeb s ml on leit Inj. or A < on right hi ] or side lmge ! Lohj- and Dismal G. W. McFarland Valentine , Nebr. Range : four mile.s east of Fort Xiobraia , north and poiitli of Reiry hi idgethe Ecoffey & Sons. Merriiu iin.Ncb. Cattle brandea MV on leit side and E on left jaw. ears clipped both ends and .1C on right hip and C on right jaw. uu- derblt on right ear and ,7 on Bright side. Horses branded JC on left hip nnd FE on left shoulder and T on left hip. Range Between Pass Creek and southern part of the reservation and Wakpine I ike. F.V .Jersig Yale mine , Nebr brands as follows left hip eft side , loi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 March 1902

ft iS & < > dTJ t UNT IIULDA sat under the siiade of the apple tree paring the 'fruit that had fallen from the imaried. overladen branches. She was dressed in n fa od bine calico gown nd a checked apron , and wore a home- xnade sunbonuet upon her gray head. At her right was the roadway leading from the barn to the turnpike in fron of the house. A few feet tb the lef jras her back doorstep. It was a warm afternoon , and the shade of the tre fead tempted her from the hot kitchen as it often did. Aunt Hulda's meditations were no .worthy of record. She was a simple Id body , living a simple , circumscribed life and thinking simple , uuimportan things. For instance , she was about to ake applesauce , and she knew hei aaoce was highly praised by the farm raf wives who now and then dropped to for a visit and some tea. These were memorable occasions with her the reflected upon the evident enjoy ment Mrs. Worrell had displayed only last week , when she ate two full sau era of Aunt ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 March 1902

Wf. hir Sorcn"BS. Aa the result of over-exertion nnd ex- , pus . . . to ue.ii .iii. I ojil , or iroin what ever cause , may he treated successfully by the timely application of St. .Jacobs Oil ? A thorough mulling is necessary. The Oil should be applied vigorously , for at least twenty minutes , two or three 'times daily , when all pain , soreness , stiff- IJCHB will be removed. It will also vt rung then and harden the muscles. Foot- tall players , gymnasts and all athletes will iiml St. Jacobs Oil superior to an/ ether remedy for outward application , for the re.ison that its action is moru rapid aiH its effect permanent. Thou sands of people all over the world use 'and recommend St. Jacobs Oil for uiuscu- 'tor soreness. A twenty-five-cent bottle % quite sunkMcut to prpve its'efllca"- cases where muscular ( soreness is cum pli cated with any d case which requires aa altcruativjc , Vogeler's Curative Com- noun 1 should he taken. Prepared by the tct. Jacob * Oil Co. . Baltimore , Md....

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 13 March 1902

f THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR Per Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Kntnred at tUe TostrOiDce at Valentine , Cherry county. Nebraika , as Second-class matter Charles II. Faulhaber Brownleo Breeder of Ke 'at'd Ueretords. o Hyam , No. 71,538 , at head of herd. Young bulls from G to 18 months old for sale. CTKTIOKT Located on Cherry St.ml door south of Smyser's livery , furnishes excellent hoard und lodging. Meals bam < - old price 115 cents. A hearty welcome to all. IVIRSM.HARRIS MILL PRICES FOR FEEDi Bran , bulk. . . . 1 .oO per cwt * 20 00 ton Shorts bulk . . .115 per cwt $22.00 ton Screenings 40c $7.00 Chop Feed . . . .1.25 " $24.00 " Corn 1.05 " $20.00" Chop corn 1.10 $21.00" Oats. .1.50 $29.00 Tlie Democrat -FOR- Job Work. HENEY AUGUSTON Blacksmith Brownlee , Nebr. Docs general blauksmithingatkurd times prices lor cash. PAT HE1T Valentine , Kebr. Good , Hard Rock for sale in any - quantity. M. S. WELCH Delivery Wagon No , 1 To any part of the City. Leave or...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 March 1902

TH VALENTINE NEBRASKACRA THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVII VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , MARCH , 1902. NUMBER 9 ft 4 4 * * Our New Waterloo underskirts , g 49 49 49 4 ? 4 ? 4 ? 4 ? 49 4 ? 49 i * 49i < i 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 They are cut ro fit , havm. , iiugiovu ti ntutias above a slop- Inn hip and Hie dainty. ) > retty flaring away beueath which give tlic wearer an inimitable grace ; : ; : : Colors : Cerise , Cardinal and Black. 1 THE RED FRONT. I Spring clothing- We are now receiving our Spring Line of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes , Men's , Boys' and Children's Suits. A full line of Furnishing goods always on hand , All the the newest and up to date styles. ' We do custom work. ' Don't forget to order your Spring Suit until the Fourth of July. Samples now ready. D. STINARD , CLOTHIER and MERCHANT TAILOR Have become almost as popular as Xmas gifts. Such as Secret Lockets , * Rings , Belt Pins , Watches , Buckles , Bracelets , Etc. , Etc. ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 20 March 1902

iTHE it VALENTINE DEMOCRAT M RICJB. TJLLENTJNB , NEBRASKA. 'Pride must be very tired of being featured as the cow-catcher of a fall. The country is facing a pickle farn- fee. Oliat is not our fault that is sour . { kfortuiie. The richest man In Germany is the an who makes guns ; the richest men piAmerlca are those who issue bonds. In England people marry their rela- flyea and In France they won't marry t Il. Whither are our foreign friends drifting ? _ _ _ Hereafter the United States will ap pear upon nearly all the maps of the rorld that are used in European Bchools. yiollnlst Kubelik says he loves the jpromen , but they worry him. This , however , Is an experience that Wve In common. The "reorganization" of an overcapl- Itllzed corporation always means a ew line of valuable experience for the minority stockholders. A scientist has made the interesting Ilscovery that the soul > located in } he spine. Alas for the henpecked man who has no backbone. The discovery that there is dan...

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