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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 December 1902

LET US ALL LAUGH. JOKES FROM THE PENS OF VA RIOUS HUMORISTS. Pleasant Incidents Occurring the World Over Sayings that Arc Cheer ful to Old or Younjr Funny Selec tions that You Will Enjoy. Tcsp My ! What a small sofa 3 011 'have here. .less YPS , If it wasn't so small I couldn't keep George at his proper dis tance when he calls. Toss But , gracious , you're engaged to "him , and Jess Of course , so when we both squeeze into if he can't get very far A way. Philadelphia Tress. Uned to It. Fudge There's Suburbs there , he hasn't a lump of coal nor moans to get any , but he laughs at the prospect of b'eing put to any inconvenience by the cold this winter. Fudge Is he an Arctic explorer ? "No ; he says he is so used to riding on the unheated suburban trolley cars that a little thing like cold can't trou ble him. " Baltimore Herald. IIow It Iconicf d. 3 Her 'Top" What was Cliolly doing * ln the hall last night ? nis Daughter He only clasped my cloak. Her "Pop" Looked to me like he -clasped...

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

TOE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR .Ofjtclfil Newspaper of Cherry County , ye1 > raI ; * * * * * Thursday , December 4 , 19O2 TEU3I8 SubscriptionSl.oo per year In advancp ; $1.50 Wh n not pal n advance , .Single copies 6c. Dis-pluyndv Msinir 1 inch single column I5c per Issue or i - a year. I/u-al Notice . Obituaries. lrtie { Resolution and .sorlals for itevenue f c per line per issue J < ranrtH. IK iwli " ? 4.lO i > erinr in advjini-p additional span-$3-00per Inch peryearen ; > : ravel huvk * extra ; SI Wach. . countv uot * r- I'artie-livinu outride riierry p tonally known uie requested to pay in advance 'lO per cent additional to above rates if over fi jiontli.i In arrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. Our remarks to the people regarding trading at home apply equally well lo the business men who bend.i.vay for their printing becmi-e they iinu iiif they can IVM i penny. Thtsy dontcou- .sider tli" linnm printer bptjnds all his jnoi.vviih t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 December 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT - I. M RICE EDITOR H1.OO Par Fear in Advance PUBLIBHED EVERY THURSDAY. itafered at the Font-office M Valentine. Cherry souutv. Nenrailca. as 8econd-cIa B matter. 8TAT2 OFFICERS EZKA P. SAVAGK. Governor , C. F. STKKLJC. Lieut. Governor. GKO.V. . MAKSU , Secretary of State. CM AH. WESTOtf , Auditor Tub , Accts. WM. STKUKKB , Treasurer. FKAUK N. PKOUT , Atty. General. GEOKOK FOWLEB , Cora , Pub. Lands and BldR. LKK HAKDMAN , Librarian. U. 8. SENATORS JOSKl'H H. MlLLARD. CHA8. H. DlKTBICH. * CONGRESSMEN ELMRllJ. BUBKBTT. Rep. 1st DLst. DAVID H. MRRCBB , Kep. 2nd Dist. JOHN .1. ROIUUBON.FUS. 3rd Dist. WM. L. STABK , us. 4th Dist. A. C. SUALL.KNUKBCER. Fus 6tb Dist , WM. NKVILLK , Fus. Gth Dist , COUNTY OFFICERS W. C. SIT ATTACK , Treasurer. C. S. RKERK , Clerk. W , K. 1 Q VTXR , Judge. L , N. LAVI-OBT. Sheriff. A. M. MOBBIHSKY , Attorney. ETTA BBOWN , 3up rlutendent. LKBOT LEACH , Surroyor. ALFKKD LEWIS. Coroner. COUNTY UOMMLSHlOJiEIW W. B. HALEY , 1st Dst. : A.LKX...

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

R. COCIIRANE enters the drawing-room , where his wife is sealed at the piano , lie For goodness' sakeMabel , stop banging that instrument and talk to me ! She ( turning her head round ) Talk to you ? What on earth about ? I saw you .at breakfast Ho IK a fellow only to speak to his wife once a day ? I thought marriagt ; | was meant for companionship and sym pathy. She ( crossly ) You think wives were created just to fulfill the passing ca- ! price of the moment , but I don't choose 4o pander to your whims. I've some thing better to do. ( Faces the music and goes on practicing. ) He Most women give up all that strumming when they get married and take to more useful occupation. She ( playing sofUy ) More fools they. ( Banging hard aud putting down loud pedal. ) He ( raising his voice ) If you go on any longer with that noise I'll smash every note 011 that old kettledrum ! She ( lifting her hajids from the keys ) Then I'll burn all your golf sticks. ( Gets off music stool and confronts ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 December 1902

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Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 4 December 1902

* swyw * ; * * . * ' q THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full : " No discotfnt' ' ' I. M. RICE , Agent , * Barley Uriel * . Jauies Taylor went to Cody last , week. . . BerflNictiolsJs plastering at Heyne's 'this week. - Ge'o'/aud John Seager went to Cody Monday. . - / " * * - , * * " ' "Eunice Murphy is .visiting withLula Sellers this week. ' r " . The "Heath boys and HeyriVs went coyote .h un-ting Sunday. Leo Se Hers went up to Artnur Kortz 'after a liorse last Sunday. * . Geo. and Jennie Weed"1 and Annie Dart , were guests Ht F : T. Nelsons last Sunday. . ' A literarv.-was organized at the Bai ley .School House last Saturday. The literary will be every two weeks. ' ' G UESSWnolAM. UESS- - - . ' . Making Poultry Profitable. . 'Hens will lay a < ? many eggs in Dec ember as in May if given suitable food and proper crre , and with immensely greatkr profits to tbe owner. Learn .about Lee's Egg maker and-n lot of Other information oa making liens...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 11 December 1902

- < - , , jrf 'i THE VALENTINE DEMOOR off THE OFFICIAI. NEWSPAPER or CHERRY COUNTY. NEBRASKA TTTVTTP VA T XT UTD D A TTnvrnr"r - vrn\/r"r / > T7iTi -t < 47 . * ! i FOR HOLD AY TRADE * SPECIAL BARGAINS ? Ladies' Furs Handkerchiefs | Wool Waists Belts ? Chatelaines Dress Goods | GENTS DEPT y Silk Suspenders Ties 49 Silk Mufflers < 9 Handkerchiefs : 49 4 49 V Red Front Mercantileww * 49 9 t ? t ? Cold Weather is Here Overcoats Overshoes Cloaks Jackets Sweaters And a pair of warm Mittens for winter , D. STINARD TAILOR . ; AND CLOTHIER. THE OWL SALOON E " Cf v Sole Agents for HERALD PURE RYE WHISKEY Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER Choicest Wines and Cigars/ VALENTINE A : NEBRASKA f Anderson & Fischer , -DEALERSIN- GENERAL HARDWARE Stoves and Cutlery Iron Beds , Springs and Mattresses I Furniture Coffins , Caskets , and a Full Liiiaof Undertakers' Supplies. Chartered ss a State Bank. Chartered as a National Bank , . Jan" 1 1884. . , August 12. 1902 FIRST NATIONAL BAN...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 11 December 1902

THE VALENTINE DEfilOCRA L 31 KICK , I'ul > VALENTINE , NEBRASKA . * Never tell your misfortune nobod : likes to have "unfortunate friends. Another thing for which clvllizatioi la clamoring is a noiseless match. The goose that lays the golden egg ; generally belongs to soracbody else. When pneumoniawent against Rus sell Sage it was like a roll of butte striking a brick wall. Still , the $200,000 needed to discove the north pole will be forthcoming when the right man calls for it. If professionalism gets into foot-ball the only safe amateur sport left opoi will be croquet between maiden aunts The average man seems to th'ml somebody ought to propose three cheer : for him whenever he performs as a gen tleman should. Now that silk is made withoul worms , let us Indulge the fond hop < that ere long cheese may be made ii the same manner. One of the professors has found tha lightning will not touch water. Th < thunderbolt should be adopted as th < emblem of Kentucky. The destruc...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 11 December 1902

IV PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE TO CONGRESS To the Senate and Ilouse of Ueyrc fifriitntives : We still continue iu a pcricx of unbounded i > rospi.y. This prosperit ; is not the creature ol law , but undoubt cdly the laws under which we work ha * ' been inslruinentiil in creating the condi tions which made it possible , and by tin wise legislation it would be easy cnoug ] to destroy it. There will undoubtedly b periods of depression. The wave will re cede ; but the tide will advance. As a people we have played a larg part in the world , and we are bent upoi making our future even larger than th .past. In particular , the events of th ' .last four years have definitely decide iihar , for wotor for weal , our place inns jbe great among the nations. We do no Ifchrink from the struggle beiore us. Ihen : mmany problems for us to face at th outset of the twentieth century gravi problems abroad and still graver at home but we know that we can solve them an < solve them well , provid...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 11 December 1902

.IB- ' ' fALENTINE DEMftCRA' EUITOF "iff/ . , llDec.ember , I DO ! TERMS ; v < > . .bscriptlon- 00 per year In a < Jvanc ' : si ' ' nn not paid i'i advance. Simile rnple6c f iMsplay adver * lrm 1 inch single column IJ er Issue or $ C. < " -i year. f/ocal Notices , ibititarlcs. Lodjo Rpsolntlcn r - Urnp r i-Hiif und Socials for Kevenne c pt-r p Brands. 1 ir clief-4.W per Aar in JHIVHUC idrtltional spapo.3 no per inch peryearenpruT ; ' 'ivk < extra ; Sl.OO each. 'artiCB living oiitsMe Cherry rountv nnt pei ally known are requested to pay In advmi' ; ' ' nrr cent additional to above rates if over hs in arrears , 'ces of losses of atock free to brand advei > r jucl"e ; a person by hi . Tlie man with 'fringe he bottom of his trousers * - , and worn out shoes ma : or of your local news ' , tlie man with the nev lew shoes on may sim f his delinquent sub Sraska Register. charge in man ; papers that tin ey as governo he saloons an ( tributed lar i * * c committee" appear th...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 11 December 1902

> THE VALENTINE .DEMOCRA' I. M RICE c-DITOF P-sr I'wr In PUBLIHMED EVERY THUKUDAl. ' rfnf.red at trie Pout-office at Valentine , Oherr county. Nebrsika , as Becond-clajw matter. STATS OFFICERS EZKA P. SAVAOK , Governor. C. F. 8TEHiR. Lieut. Governor. GKO.V. . MAIIBH. Secretary Stato. CHAP. WKSTON , Auditor Pub , ACCIS. WM STKUFER Treasurer. FRANK N. PKOOT. Atty. General. GROKOK FOWLER , Corn. Tub. Lands and Hldp LKK 11 A HUMAN , Librarian. U.8 SENATORS JOSKI'H II. MlLLARO. CHA8. Ii. DlKTRICH. CONGRESSMEN ELM Kit J. BURK.KTT. Rep. 1st Dlst. DAVID II. MRRCRR , Rep. 2nd Dlst. JOHN J. ROBINSON.FUS. 3rd Dist. Wx. L HTAKK , us. 4th Dist. A. C.SHALLKNniCRUKR. FtlS Gill Dist , WM. NBVILLK , Fua.cthDlst , CODN'IY OFFICERS W , C. SHATTfCK , Treasurer. 0. S. KKF.CE , Clerk. W , R , 'I OVTKJO , Judgo. L , N LAYPOBT. Sheriff. A. M. MOKRIBSKY. Attorney. ETTA BROWN , Superintendent , LBROY LKACH , Surveyor. ALFRKU LEWIS. Coroner. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS W. K. IlALBV , 1st Dist. ALKX Buuu. 2nd Dist...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 11 December 1902

The Long Corridor > HEN Edwin Dumble , sou of old Kichard Dumblo , the mil lionaire brewer , fell in love with Henrietta Schouler , lie knew that his father would oppose their marriage , lie was a sophomore at Harvard , and Henrietta was studying music with Madame Frisonne in Boston. Mrs. Sears , the girl's chaperone and aunt , had warned the youth that the attach ment must be broken. "Not that I or Mrs. Schouler object , for you arc a nice boy , Edwin ; but your father would rather see you dead than allied to the Schoulcrs by marriage. Why ? I can't tell you go and ask your father. " So Edwin , hurriedly packing a bag , rushed to his parent's big New York office , blurted out the story of his love for the pretty music student , and de manded the reason for the anticipated opposition. There was a quarter of an hour of storming. an incoherent dam nation by the old man of everything connected with-the Schoulers , and a sweeping characterization of the family that brought the young ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 11 December 1902

WHAT LIQUID KOAL IS It is a black , oily liquid obtained by the dry distillation of coal and embracing Biborate of sodium , calciurajsodium , potassium and extracts of resinous materials with xylol. quaiacol and creosol. Xylol is a hydrocarbon taken by destructive distillation from the eiupyreumatic oleoresin of Pinus Palustris. Creosol and quaiacol are two of the main constituents of creasote. Biborate of sodium is prepared by lixiviation of earth , which is strongly impregnated with borax evaporating the solution and crystallizing , Calcium , Knrlinm nnrPntacuinm are elements f\t nature The question mizht occur if these properties are found in Coal , why not use coal ? The answer is First , coal does not contain all the constituents ; second , those it does contain are only yielded at a temperature of over 320 degrees Fahrenheitand it is plain that if a hog's stomach generated this amount of heat the hog would become roast pork seasoned with fried parasites of hog cholera. Thousan...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 11 December 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I F > 1. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full , discount I. M. RICE , Atrent. , Crctlitortt , In County Court w.thin and for Cherry County , Nebraska. In ttie matter of the estate of John Bowes deceased. To the creditor of said Estate : You are herei . nntiiied , that I will sit at the County court r- n in Valentine in said county , on the 13th day < > j Jerember'Mi \ at 10 o'clock a. in. and .viiitiue alt claims airaiust said to receive uv * ' t < miij\ * i * # * * * > t * * * - uw wwau estate , wiin aie v to their adjustment and al lowance1. The time limited f on tie presentation of claims against said estate is the 13th day of December A. D. 1902 and the time limited for the jmvin'Mit of debts is one year from said 29th day olJMay 1002. 1002.Witness my hand and the seal of said SEAL county court , this 14th day of > ovem- . < ber 1902. \V. R. TOWNK 44 4 County Judge Aiotlce to C real tors. In County Court , within and for Che...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 18 December 1902

VALENTINE DEMOCRAT. THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF CHERRY COUNTY , NEBRASKA VOLUME XVII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. DECEMBER 18 , 1902. NTTMBER-iS 4 ? FOR HOLIDAY TRADE | SPECIAL BARGAINS DRYGOODS DEFT Ladies' Furs Handkerchiefs Wool Waists Belts Chatelaines Dress Goods I GROCERY DEFT 18 Ibs , Gran , Sugar $1,00 8 2 Cans Best Tomatoes ,25 6 a Bars Best Laundry Soap25 8Jj j A fine line of Spices , Extracts and etc , Jj at lowest prices $ Red Front Mercantile Co , Gold Weather is Here Overcoats Overshoes Cloaks Jackets * Sweaters of Mittens for winter , : : And a pair warm . .STINARD.TAILOR T. YEARNSHAW THE OWL SALOON JAMES B. HULL JL. 9 CP * 9 Sole Agents for HERALD PURE RYE WHISKER Ale and Porter , And FRED KRUG'S BEER Choicest Wines and Cigars , VALENTINE 2Z NEBRASKA Anderson & Fischer , -DEALERS IN- GENERAL HARDWARE Stoves and Cutlery Iron Beds , Springs and Mattresses Furniture Coffins , Caskets and a Full Line of Undertakers' Supplies. Chartered as a National Ban ! Chartered as a State...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 18 December 1902

THh VALENTINE DEAI'JCRA i L M JCK K , I'uh l h r VALENTINE , NEBRASKA When a man resigns Himself to fate his resignation is usually accepted. Things are livening up a bit. A Chi cago police station has been burglar ized. Words that burn should be insured , suggestion is gratuitously handed spring poets. When one man learns to profit by the experience of another the dawn of the millennium will be at hand. Many a man's haste to get ahead in t&e world results only in his getting a headstone before it is due. According to the Commissioner of Education there were 278,520 more shining morning faces in 1901 than in 1000. Lecturer Suiter says a erect ! may mean "I believe" or it may mean "You believe. " A considerable number of reeds mean "Nobody believes. " "Our Girls Must Be Firm , " says the Chicago Inter Ocean. Don't worry about the girls. Most of them will get married and be the head of the firm. It will be safe to assume , however , that Cuba will not grow so cold as to refuse pro...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 18 December 1902

J LIKE EGYPTIAN BONDAGE. Deplorab'w Condition of the Hchrcvrn In Kmimania. Ilouiimn:1.impoverished ! by the ex haustion of her natural wealth , the failure of < rops an-1 the la inir of in- KING C1IAU1- , dustries , cursed : md disgraced by heartless < n 1 e rs whose laws h.'ive made degenerates of the peasants and have forced the Hebrews into a .state worse tlui'i that of brutes and not unlike that of iM-ael in Eiypt of old t h i s shadow of a nation is a l lot on the civilization of Europe. At tention has recently been directed to the wretched condition of the Hebrews by Secretary Hay's note to the signa tory powers of the treaty of Berlin "which guaranteed protection to the peo ple of Romnaiiia. This action of the chief adviser of our Pres'dent has aroused much sympathy for the unfor tunates , but only the most heroic meas ures can rescue not only the Hebrews , but the Christians of this blighted country from their awful wretched ness. Ruin confronts Roumania. Her governmen...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 18 December 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT Tlinrmlay , December 18 , 1902 TJER3IS SahBcriptJon-tl.oo per year in advance ; 51.50 When not paid in advance. SinRlc copies 5c. DKpUy artverrNlnc l inch single column 15c j f r Uvie or $ G.i ' * year. Lncul N > Mr "i. * hlluarie. < i. J/dKe Resolution - Hiiii Socials for huvenue 5c per linw per Unue KraiuH.4 \ iiir'lie.34.tt ) ner > ir in advance additional space SS-on per inch per year ; eiiKravcd blfwks extra ; $1.00ach. . IVrtleB liviui : oiithide Cherry county not per- vonally known aie requested l pay in advance 10 per cent additional to above rates If over 6 nonths in arrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. K. B. Craddock , the man who ran for governor on the democrat ticket in Kansas , shot himself in a lit of despondency over ill health Monday night , Dec. 15. Thomas H. Keed , one of the greatest of republican statesman , died at Washington whither he had gone on business Dec. 7 , after a weeks illness from bright's d...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 18 December 1902

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR tl.1H ) Per Year in Advance PUBLIMIIED EVERY THUIWDAY. at the rout-office at Valentine , Cherry oountv. NehraitcA , an Second-olais matter. 8TATK OFFICERS EZIIA P. SAVAOK , Governor. C. F. STKKI.K. Lieut. Governor. GKO. W. MAltHH. Secretary nf State. CHAR. WKBTOX , Auditor Tub , Accts. WM STKUKKU. Treasurer. FIIAMC N. I'KOUT , Atty. General. GEOH < ; B FOWLKII , Com. Tub. Lands and LKK IlAKiiMAK. Librarian. U. 8. SENATORS H. MILLARD. CHAK. 11. DIKTUICH. CONGRESSMEN RLMUK.J. BCUKKTT. Rep. 1st Di.st. DAVID II. MKIIC.KK , Rep. 2nd Dist. JOHN J. Roui.vsON.Fns. 3rd Dist. WM. L. STAKK , us. 4th Dist. A. C. SHALLKKUKKUKK , Fus 5th Dist , WM. NEVILLE , Fus. CthDist. COUNTY OFFICERS W. C. Sir ATTVCK , Treasurer. C. S. RKKCK , Clerk. W , R.lowjfK. JndKo. L. N. LAYI-OUT. Sheriff. A. M. MoimiHSKT. Attorney. ETTA BKOWX , Superintendent. "Lsnor LEACH , Surveyor. ALFHEU LEWIS. Coroner. COUNTY UOMMISSIONEKS W. E. HALKV , 1st Dist. ALEX BURK. 2nd Dist. L. L...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 18 December 1902

FOOTBALL 5AND COX7NTED. T was a great cross to Mr. a n d Mrs. Crompton that Clin ton was apparently de voir ! of any worthy am bition. Their two older boys were so utterly different. Harold had been graduated at Yale with high honors , and Kric was unking remarkable progress nt the Scientific School. In fact , they were both exceptionally line students , which made the contrast all the more striking. h'or Clinlon was sadly unlike his brothers. He .seemed to labor under the impression that he had been sent to college simply and .solely for the purpose of learning to play football. Apparently nothing else had the power to kindle the slightest enthusiasm in his sluggish breastand hi.s mother argued and expostulated with him in vain. "You are frittering away your valua ble time , " she argued again and again , "and letting slip golden opportunities which , once gone , never will come back to you ; and what have you to show for it all but a broken nose and a frac tured collarbone ? " * '...

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