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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 25 September 1902

Science - $ ® ivention Eucalyptus and other trees of th Australian deserts store up water which the natives obtain by cutting uj the roots and standing the pieces 01 end. Pure barium , as lately obtained b : M. Guntz in the electric furnace , ii silver-white when freshly cut , almos as soft as lead , fuses at a low , re < ueat and volatilizes rapidly at a brigh red. It oxidizes rapidly in the air , of ten taking fire. An English marine engineer has pat ented a device for steering twin screv steamships. The tiller controls thi steam supply of the propellers , thu : diminishing the speed of one or thi other propellers according to the de gree in which the tiller is moved. Darwin laid great stress on the "sur vival of the fittest" in the struggle o : living forms for a place on earth Prince Kropotkin , In a new work shows that "mutual aid , " a kind of co operation in nature , has been , like com petition , a leading factor in evolution A radical departure in typewriter key board co...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 25 September 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT i. M. RICE EDITOR Official Newspaper of Cherry County , Ndbraslta Thursday , September 25,1902 , TJEJRNS Subscription Sl.oo per year In advance : $1.50 When not paid in advance , Single copies Gc. Display advertising 1 Inch single column IDc per issue or 5G.OO a year. Ixcal Notices-Mtuarles , Lodge Resolution- and Socials for 1. venue 5c per line per issue. Brands , ijf ii ' es-S4.CO ner year in advance additional space. : : : 00 per inch per year ; engraved blocks extra ; $1.00 each. Parties living outside Cherry county not per- orially known aie requested to pay In advance 10 pur cent additional to above rates if over 6 lonths in arrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. / ; FUSION TICKET. For Congress , 6th Congressional District , 1 * . II. BAUUY. For State Senator. Htli Senatorial Dlbtrict. A.M. MOKKISSF.V. For Governor , ' \V. II. THOMPSON. Lieutenaut Governor , K. A. GII.KEUT. Secretary of State , Jonx POWKUS. t Auditor , C. Q. DE ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 25 September 1902

/ THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR JPcr i PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Kutured at the Poskofflce at Valentine. Cherry county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. i" M" " " * * MBM H B STATE OFFIPKRS EZHA P. SAVAOE , Governor. C. F. STKKI.K Lieut. . < } GKO.V MMisii . * vrrelar > I M.I' CHAN. WKSION. Auditor Pul . * ccis WM STKUKBK rreasurer. FRANK N I'HOUT. Atty. General. GEOUCK FOWLER , Com.Pub Lards ami Kl ! u. LKK HAKUMAM. Librarian. U. S SENATORS JOSEPH II. MlLI.ARD. CHAS. n. DiETiticii. CONGRESSMEN RLMKU J. RiritivKTr Ilep. 1st ni.-t. UAVID II. MKKCER. Kc | .2nd Dist. tFoiix .1. lUmi.NSOvFii * . ni Di.- t. WM. L SiAitn , u4ti ? PKt. A. 0. SIAM.I'.MKR < : KI : . I'ns r.th ! " > . W.M. NKVJM.K , 1'iiv uHiJMst. COUN I Y OFKirKK - W. r MIIX-ITTK Snctt'r ' S. KKfT I I'Tk v. U. : O\V\K. .Indue L. N LAYi'oitr. Sheriff. A. M. MOKUISSRY. Attorni'V > " KTTA BIIOWN. up rinN-iuh-nJ. LKROY LKA n , Surveyur. ALFRED Lr.wis. Coroner. rorNTY w K. n M rv i-r < > -st. AI.K...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 25 September 1902

ITHEWEWELLEDlTISLISMAN mmmmm CHAPTER XII. ( Continued. ) Harlcigli , while Falkland had lu-on thus taking measures to procure by tlie means of the former's gift to Alice , surrepti tiously obtained by Mildred Dacre , the means of liquidating a gambling debt , had been brooding over the sceno of the preceding evening. While indulging in thoughts and feelings little to the advan tage of Alice Dale , the door opened and a lady , closely veiled , was admitted. Har- leigh handed her a chair , which she ac cepted in .silence. "Half sin hour I think you said was the time you wish to remain ? " .said the war den as he turned to withdraw. "Yes. " She did not move , nor again speak , till the grating of the bolt was heard on the outside of the door. She then threw aside the. thick veil , which had entirely concealed her features. "Can it be possible that I see Mildred DaeresV" said Harleigh. "Must I infer from the cold astonish ment you evince that yon confideme in trusive , or it may be even...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 25 September 1902

I MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Cured by Pe-ru-na of Systemic Catarrh. n Interesting Letter From Mrs. M. K. Bousch , of Richmond , and Her Little Daughter , Pearl. j Mrs. M. K. Bousch , Richmond , Va. , ' 'writes : "I had catarrh all through my system for two years and could get no relief. I was advised to try Peruna , and I have taken five bottles of It and am well and \betternowthanlhave \ been for years. | 7 can advise any one who has catarrh of any part of the body to take Peruna. \My \ little girl , who is eleven years old , wad catarrh , but was cured by Peruna. \Before \ I began to take Peruna I was \slck \ all the time , but now I am entirely Icured and all praise is due Peruna. " \Mrs. \ M. K. Bousch. I Miss Pearl Bousch , writes : "When I [ Was a baby I contracted catarrh , and i was doctored by several good physicians , but none did me any good. My mother was taking Peruna at the time and gave some of it to me , and I soon began to improve , and am now well and fat .is a little pig...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 25 September 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. - j No discount I. M. RICE , Agent. Jersig Valentine , Nebr brands as follows RQ left side , loin wworhlp - leftth'ch. A | SJ Left or eith er Ride Also the following brands : 'left ' side Range between the Gordon and Snake south of the Niobrara river .7 G COOLEY Postofflce addres8 Hyannis , N on right side ; hor ses same on right shoulder Range six miles northwest of Moth er Lake preclnot George Gray Thedford Neb Same as cut on left hip or AG on right hip or side Ran ge Lonp and Dismal J L ROSEBERRY Postofflce address Pullman , Neb Branded on left hip ; horses same Herd- mark-double dew-lap Range south east of Brush Hill Eco ( ley & Sons. Merriman.Neb. Cattle branded MV on left side and E on left jaw. ears clipped both ends and JG on right hip aud C on right jaw. un- derblt on right ear and , , on right EL side. Horses branded JC on left hip and FE on left shoulder and T on left hip. Range Between Pass...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 October 1902

Historical Society \ m VALENTINE DEMOCRAT. THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY. NEBRASKA .VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 2 , 1902. NUMBER 37 t/i ww- Prospective & Purchasers 2 * of the "Acorn Brand" jj , clothing can certainly ifr be congratulated on the S oV sterling worththe , style , ft the tone and fit of these ? J garments. Our untir- { hig zeal and great pur- j chasing power have en- abled us to place them fcL > L L before you this season 2 at prices that will pre&f > elude any question of jj our clothing leadership & ftft ft The ftft Red Front ftft - -s vtrr .1 * / \ t G-c _ Weather is Coming We are getting ready Are you ready for your fall suit ? If so , call and examine our stock or leave your measure. All cus- tornwork made in our own shop. Work manship and fit guaranteed : : \ : : Ladies' , Gents and Children's Shoes Ladies' , Misses'and Children's Jackets The best Mercerized Skirt on earth for $1,00 f > TMAD'n | TAILOE h0 I IIIA H U. A...

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

WE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICK , PuWfaber. YALMTTDflE , In important criminal trials , it seems most difficult to prove the best-ki.Swn ( acts. Anybody can write a book and every body appears to be doing that very ihing. The man who invented postal cards b dead. The postmistresses ought to pive him a monument We infer from his prospectus that Bantos-Dumont has adopted a "No money , no fly" motto. Perhaps a woman can't lead a band , but it is highly probable that a band rrould follow a woman. Instead of being invented by Mar- -oni it is now claimed that wireless telegraphy is of macaroni origin. Japan seems to have come to the con- i -don that women have rights , which B considered a great discovery in the lowery kingdom. The water in Great Salt Lake has .fallen six feet during the past eight fears. There must be a hole In the ! n > ttom of the old thing. Now that a train robber has been tilled and Tracy is no more , perhaps * Ir. Pat Crowe will have the kindness 5o feel a trifle...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 October 1902

\ REHEARSAL OF CRIME. Many Simple AcU Within the ! La\v Which Are Overlooked. Many people who have never been ac cused of wrongdoing aud who live strict ly "within the law" often make them- selves liable to line and imprisonment , and are not punished only because the laws are not enforced. The man who stands before his window , where he can be seen from the street , to adjust his collar or necktie , or to get a better light on a collar button , commits a misde meanor forwhich lie may be fined or may be imprisoned. It is all right to be kind to the dog , but there is in many municipalities a Hue for allowing the dog to run at large. After you have given your dog a ruu and started to take a walk , if you are a smoker , you are liable to be a law breaker by stopping at a letter box to strike a match for your cigar. There Js a severe penalty for defacing a let- tor box , and making marks on it with Ji match certainly does not improve the looks of the box. To throw paper on the stroot i...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 October 1902

rr - - Dcllntjntttit Ulterry County , Xcbra Ita , for the Year WOt Barley Precinct Descriptions Sec T R T c2se 4 * . , 8WSW 3 'nene ! ) 31 33 5 sene 12 31 83 2se 22 swsw 23 11W1IW 27 31 33 2 inv 13 31 31 8 8 31 33 2 jnv 15 31 38 2 - .y2sc lot 4 & sesw 7 31 33 2 se 32 32 33 2 seu2nw 17 U2ne 18 31 83 2 4 31 33 2 scse 11 S'2W nene 1431 34 25 32 35 n\v 13 31 30 s2sw 5 81 3J u2ue u2nw 8 31 33 1 lot 7 & SOSW&S2SC G 31 83 Icts3&4 1 31 34 UK 20 31 30 28 32 34 nu 83 32 30 CO 35 32 35 1I2SW 17 n'Jse 18 31 33 n2iie 29 W2llW 28 32 35 s'2se lot 4 brsw 7 81 35 lot 1 nwne e2nw 1831 35 swiie sesw IS 81 ai 2 lot 2 18 31 85 s2n-&nwse 13 31 30 2 Buffalo Lake Precinc 12 7 37 M.-SW 13 nenw&n2ne 228 30 3 27 37 se i lots 2 3 > 4 & sesw 31 _ 30 ms w 1 27 37 li.l i , J : c2W G 27 30 bWbW 31 28 lot 4 3 lota 1 & 2 4 27 36 se 0 27 30 lots I-2&3 30 28 30 s2seKs'JbW 4 27 37 2 33 23 30 8 be hxvne m\ > eo.-3uw 32 1:3 36 1 s2ne 5I a2nw -I 27 : J6 2 li2uu 82 u2sw 83253G 2 b2...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 October 1902

T dost hii-se > tiiat travel thevestern coui irv wi-T * * lu-iv and competed lor tbdifiereitt prizes by good hard ruu- ninj : . There wv.re H number of good ct < ' races n which the horses made t half mile in otA ) hn-nnds and again in < H.4 ) seconds. 13othvere neck and uecf races and were not at any part of tlinice u difference of a length of a h -e. Jimmy Hicksvas the winner m l-oth heats aud made it both times on.he home stretch. The other races and in fact all races were 5 advertised iu last weeks LKoiO'JiiA'rexcntniii that on account in old i am \ weathei Friday that da\'t j. ; esere lieiil Saturday aud Satur day's on M m < iaThere was a large nt [ iptipiiin Mi < 1 as usual beds ' \ \ ni.iinv Even t H i in the to\\n \v-.s i' -ujiu-.i .tini man slept in tents , mi b.imwlisli' i\u- : \ . ' nvinu a do/en 0 M ) uit'-N n't ) n fo-iii went iiome to j. HJ > i * noticed ij .tu ne\v l.ices at tJ. rarcs while iuanuho g Mietal \vt't absent Tin-rH were not iit ll : Uf : ...

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

ffKElJEWELLEDlTALISMANi IPURITANaAKDWAVAUEi CHAPTER XIII. ( Continued. ) "You must find it elsewhere , then. " "You deny me ? " "Yes , 1' deny you ? " "Do yon reim'inhor that opal I > ent here a few days ago ? " "F do. " "It has a Iris-lory which may cause you to alter your mind. " "What do you know about it ? " "That is was sold to Lingard the gold smith by a .lew , who , as he has since had reason to believe , came by it dis honestly. " "And if one of my Hebrew brethren lias been guilty of a dishonest deed , am I to be anvworablf for it ? " "You are answerable for your own mis deeds. It was von who sold it to him. " "I ? " "Yes , as can be proved. " "Nevertheless , I shall not let you have 'the hundred pounds. " "Not if , in return. I will undertake to procure the goldsmith's silence ? " "Not even then. " "If it can be pro veil that yon stole that opal , not all the vile old riot lies yon have coined into gold for the last twelve years will s-ave you from the punishment which i...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 October 1902

W. L. DOUGLAS $3 & $3S ° . SHOES S' W. L Douglas choos are the standard of theworjd. . IV. L. Douelan made and sold more men's Good' year Welt ( Hand Seiied Proccis ) Miocs In { he firi > t Ix months of 11)02 ) than any other manufacturer. d in nhn REWARD will fie paid to anjoneuho O I UtUUU can disprove this t > taf cmrnt. W. L. DOUGLAS $4 SHOES CANNOT BE EXCELLED. 1889 nl , 91 1 AQ on A I 100 ! tain. .l 01A A Art litOnoBthi , dlIldl6UI UtGmonthc , i,0'lUUUU Best Imported and American leathers , Heyl's Patent Calf Enamel , Box Calf , Calf , Vlci Kid , Corona Colt , Nat. Kangaroo. Fast Color Eyelets used. Catlfinn ! T118 semiino have"W. . DOUGLAS" " " " " " * . nprnr-ftiirt price stamped on bottom. Shoes Inj mail , 25c. extra. Ilhts. C'atalri , free. 'W. L. DOUGLAS. BROCKTON. MASS. ' . ASK YOUR DEALER POD THE 5LICK&P HADE PAMOU5 BV A DEPUTATION tXTENDiNG OVED MODE THAN HALF A CENTO * TOWER'S garments and hata are made of the best materials in black or yellow for all ki...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 October 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Official tfcitstpaper of Cherry County , Thursday , October 2 , 1902 TERMS Subscription 51.00 per year In advance : Si.DO When not paid In advance , Single copies Gc. Display advertising i Inch single column I5c per Issue or SC.OO a ytjar. Ixcal Notices. ' 'bituaries , lxdge Eesolutlon- and Socials f or J : venue DC per line per issue. Brands.i li i-es S4.CO per year In advance aldlllonal space * . ; 00 per inch per year jengraved blocks extra ; $ l.x > each. FUSION TICKET. For Congress , 6th Congressional District , P. H. BARKY. For State Senator. 14th Senatorial District. A. M. MOKRISSEV , For Governor , W. H. THOMPSON. Lieutenant Governor , K. A. GlUlEIlT. Secretary of Stale , JOIIA POWERS. Auditor , C. Q. DE FRANCE. Treasurer , J. N. LYMAX. Attorney General , J. II. BKOAUY. Coinmisslouer of i'tiblio Lands and Buildings , J. C. BKEKNAN. Superintendent of Schools , CLAUDE SMITH. ForKepieientatlve,32nd Dfstrut. P. SULLIVAN. For County Com...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 9 October 1902

Morioal Soclity m VALENTINE CRAT. THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , OCTOBER 9 , 1902. -NTTMBES 38 Prospective Purchasers of the "Acorn Brand" clothing can certainly be congratulated on the sterling worththe style , the tone and fit of these garments. Our untir ing zeal and great pur chasing power have en abled us to place them before you this season at prices that will pre clude any question of our clothing leadership The Red Front : Cold Weather is Coining We are getting ready. Are you ready for your fall suitl If so , call and examine our stock or leave your measure. All cus tom prk made in our own shop. Work manship and fit guaranteed : : : : : Ladies' , Gents and Children's Shoes Ladies' , Misses' and Children's Jacke The best Mercerized Skirt on earth for $1,00 TAILOE AND CLOTHIEI T. YEARNSHAW JAMES B. HULL Sole Agents for HERALD PUFE RYE.WHISKEY Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER Choicest Wines and Cigars , VALENTINE 3C NE...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 9 October 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. J\I IlICE , Pub lnher. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. The north pole continues to maintain Its splendid isolation. Wouldn't it be a snd old world if there were no ridiculous people in it ? Do women with splendid necks wear their waists cut low , just to keep cool ? It is the most unhealthy sort of sen timent that sets the late Harry Tracy up as a hero. Mr. Fitzsimmons announces that he is through lighting. But is he through talking ? That is the question. Most people know where their next meal is coming from , but they don't know how much it is going to cost. Rose Coghlan has about decided to settle in this country. She ought to know by this time whether she likes it or not After hs reference to "common American clay" Emperor William will have to do something pretty nice to keep up the brotherly relations. A Boston man is trying to start a home for poor inventors. It should be fitted up with a number of good padded cells for the perpetual motion crowd. George Franci...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 9 October 1902

WISER THAN NATURALISTS. Micky O'Brien Tells What Bothers a. . Zoo Buffalo. liomeo , one of tbe big black buffaloes at the New York zoological park , has J > een suspected of Insanity. He lias been tlie most nervous creature about the park. No sooner would he lie dowu ki u sunny corner of his Held to snooze than up he would leap , snorting , and with shaking head charge some Invis ible creature across the pasture. A naturalist who visited the park watched the great brute through his spectacles for a time and then gave it as his opinion that the process of shed- ding the hair brought about a sort of .inlld insanity and that all animals Avcre likely to suffer from It in the spring. Micky O'Brien was an Interested wit- 3iesB of the wild buffalo's pranks the other afternoon. Micky is not a nat uralist but he is natural. lie Is only 13 years old and vowed that It was as good as the wild west show to see the occasional spurts of Romeo , says Xhe New York World. The great prairie lawn-mo...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 9 October 1902

Wtr.rry Cttitti ty , Xcbrt / ; , for the ! ' / 100 , Barley Precinct Descrlpltons Sec T R 4 8W3W 3 oene 9 31 S3 ; BCD * 12 31 33 B2SB M swsw 25 $ ttWDW 27 31 33 w 13 31 84 8 31 83 15 31 83 s2se lot 4 * : seaw 7 si 33 ae S2 32 as 'n2nw 'IT n2ne it ! 31 33 * 2ae&s3ne 4 81 33 sese 1 l 52 uelie 14 31 31 25 32 3ft 1IW 13 31 3t > S33W 5 31 JO U2ue 7 Il2nw 8 31 33 lot 7 & SPSW&s2se 0 31 33 lots a Jt 4 1 31 34 lit * 20 31 3ti Ii28e&u2sw 2 * 32 34 3:1 : 32 36 no noG 35 32 35 U23W 17 Ii2se 15 31 33 Ii2.ie 2 J xx2nxv 28 32 35 s'.SeloU 7 31 35 lot 1 mvne eSiiw 18 31 35 sxvne scsw wise 18 31 33 lot 2 18 31 35 Klne&nwse 13 31 36 Butfalo Lake Predru b2e&tfesxv 12 7 37 13 21 28 3 > J 3 27 37 Sc Iotri28v4&sesw 31 23 36 1 27 37 1m 0 & f2iXV G 27 3t > BXVMV 31 33 lot 4 3 | ili 1 & 2 4 27 38 5 27 36 be lot * U2&3 3'J 28 36 h2sefcb' ! : W 4 27 37 : B 23 36 se swne ; v2i 36 B2lie 51 B'Juw -1 27 30 S II2UU 3. 33 25 36 2 85 25 30 'J H2lie&u2nxv 302536 2 ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 9 October 1902

> THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , Ajrent. > - Sta'e of Nebreska. j Cherry County. > T w. C. Shattuck. Treasurer of Cherry County Nei-raska. do hereby certify that the auove and foregoing is a true and correct list ot tne lan-ls in Cherry County Nebraska on which the taxes have not' been pa'd for the year IJKH , and notice is hereby gi\eu that If sudi Ui.xes : ire not i aid betore tbe lirat Monday in November , o" th.it dav these lanos will bo offered at Public Sale and soul lor tuxes at my oflice in the Cherry County Court House VC. . SIIATTUCK , County Tieasurer. Dated September 30th 1002. at 5.30 p. in , Sot Ice tu C In County Court w.tnm and for Clierrv County in the matter of the estate of George H. Q Smitti-ueceased. T < ilie Creditors of said Estate : You are hereby n ulied , that 1 will sit at the county court room iu Valentine in said county , on ill1 * l tti day ot October lX.j ! at l o'clock...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 9 October 1902

THE JEWELLED TflLISMflN PDRITAB AHDWAVAIIEE ! mm l mm CIIA PTEIl XV. ( Continued. ) lie walked so rapidly thatshe bad some dillk-ulty in keeping up with him , tlie more as he frequently turned from one street into another. They had gone a much greater distance than she imag ined it would be , when he htopped ab ruptly in front of a somewhat spacious building. It did riot in the least resem ble what she had pictured to herself as the dwelling of a Puritan lady , yet , though she had some misgivings , she re mained sil-nt. "This is the house , " said her conductor ; and ascending the steps , he rapped at the door. It was speedily opened by a man whose dress accorded as little with the style of that worn by the Puritans , as the slov enly appearance of the building and the gaudily furnished apartment seen through an open door , were in unison with their daily habits , "la it you , Corkle V" said the man. "I didn't expect " Here his words were cut short by a sig nificant look from him t...

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