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Title: Polk’s real estate register and directory of the United States and Canada
Year: 1911 (1910s)
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Subjects: Real estate business
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : R.L. Polk & Co.
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Improved and Unimproved City Property and Farm Lands. Irrigated and Non-IrrigatedLands. Ranch Lands in Any Sized Tracts. Resident of Cascade County 27 years. Member Real Estate Exchange.Reference: Any Bank in Great Falls. Conrad Block, Room 21, Great Ralls, Mont, 1050 (1911) POLKS REAL ESTATE REGISTER LARKI TRANSACT your Real EstateBusiness withL A R K I NHis address is T. H. LARKIN 1 4- Second St. NorthGreat Falls, Montana REALTY J. H. CORCORAN, Pres. and Treas. C. A. COLEMAN, Vice-Pres. and Secy.Bell4-4-7-K. Auto. 8393 Montana Land Agency Homesteads, Deeded Lands, RelinquishmentsCity Real Estate, Timber ClaimsLoans and Insurance 216 Central Ave. (Over Mint Cafe) GREAT FALLS, MONTANA UNITED STATES AND CANADA (1911) 1061 Little Tracts and Big Tracts/ 40 Acres to 10,000 Acres J. P, TRAINOR FARMING LANDSand CITY PROPERTY Offices First National Bank Building-GREAT FALLS, , * MONTANA

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Medical Register and DirectoryDental Register Real Estate and Financial Registei Lumber Directory Gazetteers of 22 States and Territories POLK St CO., DETROIT, MICH. 1052 (1911) POLKS REAL, ESTATE REGISTER Central Montana Land Co, H. A. SPEED, ManagerREAL, ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE 506 MAIN STREET. Telephone 483. LEWISTOWN, MONTANA Come to the JudithBasin, where wheatgoes from 30 to 65Bushels and failuresare unknown.Come to Lewis-town, Mont, thecenter of the famousJudith Basin,where everybodyis busy and theCity is growing byleaps and bounds.Come to the Cen-tral MontanaLand Co the bus-iness hub of Lewis-t o w n and theJudith Basin andwhere you can getthe best bargainsin Ranch and CityProperty, and doso at once, Tele-graph time ofarrival and we willmeet you with anauto showing youaround.

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Image from page 170 of “Picturesque America; or, The land we live in. A delineation by pen and pencil of the mountains, rivers, lakes, forests, water-falls, shores, cañons, valleys, cities, and other picturesque features of our country” (1872)
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Title: Picturesque America; or, The land we live in. A delineation by pen and pencil of the mountains, rivers, lakes, forests, water-falls, shores, cañons, valleys, cities, and other picturesque features of our country
Year: 1872 (1870s)
Authors: Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878, editor Bunce, Oliver Bell, 1828-1890
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invariably perishes. The locality atthis point is strangely beautiful, and it is not a matter of wonder that the Warm Springsin the immediate neighborhood should be the summer resort of hundreds who seekhealth and the keen enjoyment which Nature here contributes to every sense. These springs are among the natural curiosities of the Atlantic States; and in theircurative properties, especially when employed in rheumatic and cutaneous affections, theyare said to rival the famous Hot Springs of Arkansas. The temperature of the watervaries from eighty to one hundred and ten degrees, the location of the various outletsapparently determining its grade. Analysis has demonstrated that it gives off free sul-phuretted hydrogen and carbonic acid, and holds in solution carbonate and sulphate oflime, with a trace of magnesia. Baths of various kinds are arranged for the con-venience of the visitors; and the fare, the trout-fishing, and hunting, are all that canbe desired at a country watering-place.

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OLD MILL.-REEMSS CREEK. 144 PICTURESQUE AMERICA. The artist has graphically portrayed, in an accompanying picture, one of the manystriking scenes upon the French Broad—a farm on a hill-side. The mountain lifts itslofty peak to mingle with the clouds; and its rough escarpment, taking new expressionfrom every point of view, overhangs the famous Buncombe Turnpike, which winds alongthe base, skirting the rivers edge. This road was built by the State, about forty yearsago, and is the great route for hogs and cattle driven from East Tennessee to thecotton-growing section of South Carolina. Originally, it was the old Indian trail. Pre-vious to i860, as many as sixty thousand head would pass over this route during thewinter; and these animals, with their human tenders, made a market for the surplusproduce of the hill-sides. Still, as may be imagined from the sketch, farming under suchcircumstances is rather a precarious business; for, notwithstanding the fact that the soilis astonishingly r

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City of Angels original film
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Wim Wenders’ 1987 German film Wings of Desire (Der Himmel über Berlin) which was re-made for the U.S. market in 1998 and called "City of Angels". It was a very close re-make and followed the plot and scenes for the most part. The German original is more moody and dark (helped by the black&white format). There are many more "vignettes" present in the German original as well which help build the 3 main characters.

One can’t help make comparisons and analysis based on the political events taking place in Berlin at the time the movie is being made.

Peter Falk, who plays himself, makes a cameo in this film as an "ex" angel.

PREDICTIONS buzzword for 2007 will be amplification
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In 2006 the "long tail" concept seemed to pop up at every turn. In 2007 we think a similar buzz will be felt in marketing circles around the concept of Amplification.

In a nutshell, amplification is about tapping into the power of word of mouth. Tell your story – or parts thereof – in an inspirational way to a select few, and then leave it to them to flesh the experience out and share it with a broader audience. In today’s digital world, not only are there more ways for such conversations to be sparked, the conversations are everlasting, living online and accessible via search.

The most interesting stories are already getting into the mass media through natural selection – you only have to think of the mass media picking up on shocking and news-worthy videos on YouTube – and user generated content’s influence on the news agenda will rise.

POINTS FOR MARKETERS:

**** Monitoring the online buzz about your products – and those of your competitors – is like radar for airplanes (to paraphrase CMO of Nielsen Buzzmetrics). You can fly without it, but it’s kinda stupid not to take advantage of the advance warning it provides. There are a myriad of different solutions out there to suit all budgets, and varying depending on the level of analysis you want. In 2007 any brand serious about building relationships with its consumers should invest in listening to what they say. Consumers are already talking about brands online – brands need to know what is being said and how to react to both positives and negatives.

**** Don’t underestimate your audience. Sometimes spoon-feeding the entire story won’t get you as far as leaving blanks for others to fill in and figure out… As was recently pointed out by Henry Jenkins (author of Convergence Culture): "The key is to produce something that both pulls people together and gives them something to do. In that regard, the book may have had greater impact on the discussions of branding because I didn’t fill in all of the links … leaving the blogosphere something to puzzle through together.”

**** Interesting stunts and events get blogged, and can achieve far greater audience through this amplification than would have been possible before. Create showcases around brands (like the ‘Will it Blend? films for Blendtec), but by the same token bad news will spread even faster.

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This is part of a series of predictions for 2007 developments, prepared jointly with my colleague, Dan Calladine, for Isobar Global. Opinions are ours personally and do not necessarily reflect the viewpoint of the Isobar group.

Kudos to Sarah Fay for first mentioning the buzziness around “Amplification” to me
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Title: Canadian forest industries January-June 1914
Year: 1914 (1910s)
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Subjects: Lumbering Forests and forestry Forest products Wood-pulp industry Wood-using industries
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Southam Business Publications
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Can be used on any Circular Saw Material. Will cut a perfect groove with or across the grain. This is the only Dado Head on the market that gives entire satisfaction on all classes of work. Noscrew adjustment. For different width grooves, simply remove or add inside cutters. Sold by buildersand dealers of wood working machinery in all parts of the United States. Will send on approval, incompetition with any other make on the market; if not the best return at our expense.HUTHER BROS., SAW MFG. CO., Inc., 1103 University Ave., Rochester, N.Y., manufacturer Circular Saws, Morgan Pattern Lock-Corner Box Cutters, Concave Saws, etc.

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Image from page 130 of “Physical training for business men; basic rules and simple exercises for gaining assured control of the physical self” (1917)
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Title: Physical training for business men; basic rules and simple exercises for gaining assured control of the physical self
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Hancock, Harrie Irving, 1868-1922
Subjects: Physical education and training
Publisher: New York and London, G.P. Putnam’s sons
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8 Drill, with Breathing Study time extending his arms overhead. Next hebends the trunk forward to half bend, orlower, at the same time swinging his armsdownward and thrusting his hands betweenand to the rear of his legs in the exact posi-tion shown. Then the arms are swung upover the head and the body bent backward.This should be performed, in the beginning,six or eight times; later on the numbershould be increased to twelve or fourteen. At the outset this movement should beexecuted slowly, but after two or threemornings the speed should be increasedsomewhat, though never to the extent ofmaking it a positively brisk movement. Thebreath should be inhaled on the downwardmovement, exhaled on the return to erectposition and the bend backward. Thereshould be no pause between return to erect-ness and the bend backward. Only a little study of the illustration will beneeded to make plain the execution of theexercise depicted in Figure Number Fifteen.The first phase is performed by closing the

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Fig. 14—Side Straddle and Trunk Bend. 109 Drill, with Breathing Study iii fists and flexing the arms over the shoulders,as shown, with the knuckles to the rear. Atthe instant of doing this step to the right onthe right foot. Next lunge sideward to theright as shown and extend the arms sideward,knuckles still to the rear. Return to begin-ning position, again flexing the arms over theshoulders as before. Repeat three times tothe right, then perform the same movementfour times to the left. Then perform, inalternation, four times to either side, breath-ing naturally but deeply all the time. Apart from the muscular work involvedthis complete movement is a fine energizerof the circulation of the blood. The greaterthe speed, of course the more vigorousbecomes the pulsing of the blood through thearteries. Yet excessive speed of movementis not called for. After he has accustomedhimself to this exercise the student will learnfor himself the rate of speed from which bestresults may be obtained

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Image from page 114 of “Haddock’s Wilmington, N.C., directory, and general advertiser : containing a general and business directory of the city, historical sketch, state, county, city government, &c., &c.” (1871)
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Title: Haddock’s Wilmington, N.C., directory, and general advertiser : containing a general and business directory of the city, historical sketch, state, county, city government, &c., &c.
Year: 1871 (1870s)
Authors: Haddock, T. M. (Thomas M.) Heinsberger, P
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Publisher: Wilmington, N.C. : P. Heinsberger
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h, bet Prin-cess and Chesnut. Frank, Jacob, elk with Sol Bear & Bros, r Clifford House. Franklin, Mrs Clara, r 4th, cor Wooster. Freeman, Isabella J, r Front, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. FREEMAN, JOHN H, Dr, dentist, 2d, cor Market, r 3d, betAnn and Orange. Freeman, Sarah E, wid of John, r 3d, cor Orange. FREEMAN, W E, physician, r Front, bet Chesnut and Mul-berry. Fremont, Richard L, r Front, bet Chesnut and Princess. FREMONT, S L, Enginr and Supt W &W R R and W, C &A R R, r Front, bet Chesnut and Princess. Fremont, S L, Jr, r Front, bet Princess and Chesnut. FRENCH, B T, of Mclntyre & French, r 6th, cor Mulberry. French, Chas E, elk with Geo R French & Son, r 4th, corDock. French, Eliza D, r 4th, cor Dock. FRENCH, GEO R, of Geo R French & Son, r 4th, cor Dock. FRENCH, GEO R, Jr, of Geo R French & Son, r 4th, corDock. FRENCH, GEO R & SON, (Geo R, Sr, Geo R, Jr, Wm Aand James McD French) wholesale and retail dealers inboots and shoes, 29 N Front. 107 POST

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Image from page 697 of “The street railway review” (1891)
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Title: The street railway review
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association
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abovethe street level is infinitely better and easier for vehiclesthan one below the general level. If the blocks areabove the rail they are liable to work loose, and inany event the companys paving will only last a fractionof the time it otherwise would. A rail head level withthe paving can be thoroughly cleaned with track brushes.If it is below, it never can be so cleaned, but must beswept off with hand brooms. As this is a course that isnot likely to be resorted to, it goes without saying thatthe track is never clean. Add to these objections theone that teamsters are not as willing to turnout when in arut an inch and a half deep as they would otherwise be,and altogether the low rail has a very bad case against it. 680 (^WctlJ^mlM^ll^A/lcA/

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