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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1903

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT KICJ5 , Pub.l h r. YALENT1NE , NEBRASKA A man's own mind Is the mirror through which he sees the rest of the world. If a man really wanted to create a sensation in the smart set of New York he might try to do some sensible thing. AH it costs a ba-ad man to ride any distance on the front end of a blind baggage car is a revolver and a little nerve. The oldest Mason is beginning to get bin name in the papers again. Look out for another of George Wash ington's body servants. Not enough wind for a yacht race Is too much for an air ship. What a funny old world this would be if It were not for the point of view. Is the "zebrula" prepared to per petuate the picturesque and positive characteristics which we have come to associate with the American mule ? A Salt Lake paper asks , "What are angels ? " That is pretty hard , corning from a place where the women are supposed to be so largely In the ma jority. Mr. Magelssen will have to be mnn- * bered with the lucky ones Av...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1903

Pinchinjr Parsimony. It is well and right to be economical , for economy Is at the base of saving -and independence. Many a housewife has wasted the substance of her hus band's earnings , and many another one has been the means of enabling him , perhaps forcing him , to lay by some thing for a rainy day. The pride of the thrifty housewife who boasts that nothing is lost under her administra tion of domestic expenditure and con sumption is familiar to all. Every scrap and j-hred are utilized by her , and she rivals the inventiveness of manufactures In converting wastes into serviceable use. Poor , hardworking ing men owe it to their wives' economy "that their little homes are their own ; "while others struggle along hopelessly * * In the effort to get a home , against the extravagances of their wives. But economy Is not pinching parsi mony. Make no mistake about this. The good housewife who Is doing her best to make both ends meet , and if possible to save a little out of her hus- "h...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1903

Tilt VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. H. RICE EDITOR u Mutual companies pay losses in full No dlHCOunt I. M. RICE , Agent , THEOL9 RELIABLE * Absolutely Pure THERE SS m SUBSTITUTE Notice to Creditors. In County Court , within and for Cherry Coun ty , NebrasKa. In the matter of the estate of George E. Sims deceased. To the Creditors of said estate : You arc hereby notilled , That I will sit at the county court room in Valentino in saidcouu ty. on the 3lst day of October 1903 at 10 o'clock a. m , , to receive and examine all claims again ? ! eald eBtate. with a view to their adjustment am allowance. The time limited forihe presenta tion of claims against aid estate is the 3Lst du of October. A , L > . 1903 , and the time limited foi payment of debts is one year from said 14th day of March. 1903. Witness my hand and the seal of said Countj Court this Cth day of October , 1903. SEAL W. R. TOWNE , , 38 4 County Judge Xoticc to Creditors. In County Court , within and for Cherry County Nebraska. I...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1903

Historical Society . / ' * & * . L 11 UJ „ , . VOLUME XVIII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER D. 1903. NUMBER 42 ' " * The "Retort Jewel. " v ? Jj Especially adapted to Glenrock , Big Muddy ' " all the cheaper grades of coal. Will burn . Shard or soft coal , and will also burn slack coal , 49 X ' 49 < 39 "We also carry the Cole's Hot Blast , . Peninsular , Smoke Heaters , and Round Oak stoves. We guarantee ? * satisfaction or money refunded. AVe can furnish you heaters ft from $4.00 up to $28.00. 2 * RED FRONT MERC. CO. I Winter Wraps and Clothing Take away the dread of cold weather. * / The BEST Styles and fit in Ladies Jackets * Ready and Tailor-made Suits and Overcoats For full and winter wear. . , ' - > > Caps and Gloves for a chilly drive , 8TIN TAILOR . AND CLOTHIER. Our Tin and Sheet Iron work can't be beat. A first class tinner and good material to work with. ftft ft ftft ft 4 * Guns and Ammunition ftft ftft s ? Haymakers Tools ftft < S Undertaking. ftft 4 ? ft ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1903

t I THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M niCE , Publisher. YALENT1NE , NEBRASKA. Tfir"Filipinos" have lakeii to baseball. Now we'll never pacify them. Tbe Spanish government has a sur plus of income , which is so novel that It may prove embarrassing. N H According to Carlyle , ail speech has something of song in it But what we object to is the sing-song. Madame Humbert's lawyer admitted that she convicted herself by talking too much. Pretty nearly an admission of guilt Emperor William says Martin Luther was the greatest of all Ger mans. Isn't this a little disloyal to grandpa V They say that Shamrock III is a prettier boat than the Reliance. No doubt there are prettier mores than Lou Dillon. So long as the public fs willing to pay to see a vanquished pugilist on the theatrical stage , there is consola tion in defeat Marie Corelli had an English race horse named after her , but the near est the jockeys could get to .the name was "Merry Gorilla. " Foreign consuls In Turkey are sub ject to many...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1903

STOCKING THE ROYAL LARDER -Provision for Kinjr K < Iward's House hold Fill a Quarter of an Acre. The amount of food consumed Ir Tthe royal household is truly prodigious and consequently .the most spaciout Jarders are necessary to contain it says Pearson's Weekly. As a mat er of fact , the larders , cellars ant dairies cover an area of nearly a quar ter of an acre. At all the king's residences excepl Buckingham palace the bread is pro duced in the royal bakeries and wher the king and his suite are staying al { Windsor an average of nearly twc ; sacks of flour a day is converted into bread by the five bakers in the house- hold. There are six bakings a week ' and as the loaves leave the oven they - ' are stored in the underground pan tries. A great deal of cake and con fectionery is also made daily , but the lung shows a preference for a lighi teecdcake which Is dispatched everj day from a.small , shop in the high- lands. It is somewhat surprising to lean : .that approximately a ton...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1903

. f Cherry County Election Returns. i < THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT ' ' , ' - , - ' I. M-RIG.E EDITOR . . - r.- ' ' . ' * . r % . .r.- * v % . . Thuiraday , November 5 , 1903 subscription ? l.oo peny ar in sdrancn ; 51.60 When not pairt.m- advance ; Single copies 5c. ' Display advertl l3p 1 inch single column - ( > o per Issue or .00 yea .t. Ixcal Notiees/bbltiiarfes , l/dge Resoliitlon , , vu.Socias ) ! for Bevenue 5c , per line per \-ioe. \ . Krands. Ik ifiches-4$4.0 < ) per \ ear in advance * rtditional space S3-90 per innh peryearjeneraved blockg extra : Jl.oo each. . Tartier living outside rherry countnot are requested 'to pavTn dvanr.e ' .U ) per-cent additional to above ratw if over'6 . .noa ths { u arrears. ! Ip'uetT ol stoct free to bnui't uiver- Local. Judge Tdwne is re-elected coun ty judge. . . , _ . , . . ' i Dr. Blake , dentist , has located : " .here1 permanently./ Ira Johnson brought in the returns - . turns from Lavaca. . "Milt Dunham's little girl has * " . * "...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1903

i 7 t-JL. The threat To. . .n * ic. . . . . ; . . . . Government' * * P | ser Monty. . "The way some cashiers pay out Bmall bills in exchange fur hir c or."S must make other mcii as d us it wearies me , " remarked au j.wervlug business man to another Washlng- tonlan as they watched tlie cashier of n fashionable uptown i..fo j v . i atrip the oneti and twos in exchange for a tea aa though he were pulling a piece of molasses candy over a hook and hated to let o. "It does , " acquiesced his friend , who happened to be a United Staff * treiin- ury expert. "The way sonio < : - . . -r jerk , snap and pull at bills .i.- i.e.\ j o them out Is utterly absurd. The oM adage about pinching a silver dollar until the eagle screams pales before the way the up to sflatc Hfci cashier jerks the long green he handles. "In this connection I will give you a fact that is not generally known , and that is the weight a new treasury sin gle note , and four notes in a sheet , will Bustnln without breaking...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1903

A SIMPLE RUSE EORGE SCHOYLEK belonged to an old New York family. Helen Ganzevoort also belonged to an ola New York family. George's branch of the Schuyler family was poor. Helen's branch of the Gauze- Toort family was rich. The parents of both these young people ple had been the staunches : kind of friends since they had been old enough to know what friendship meant , and friends had the ancestors been for gen erations back to the time of the stump- legged Peter. George SchuyKTis : five years older than Helen Ganze voort. There was enough of the. same Dutch idea left in George to make him a dutiful son as them was enough of the same Dutch in Helen to make her a dutiful daughter. George Schuy- ler had been brought up to believe that one day he must marry Helen Ganzevoort. and Helen Ganzevoort had been brought up to believe that one day she must marry George Bchuyler. The Schuylers were not rich , as lias been said , and when George was 10 , Instead of being sent to college he was shi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1903

ORTHY of a higher - er recommendation than I can find words to express. " This is what Mr. J. H. Plangman ( of Sherman , T e x. ) says of Doan's Kidney Pills. He tells his experience in the following words : He says , "Sometime in Septem ber I was taken with a dull aching pain across the small of my back , directly over the kidneys. I paid small attention to this at first , thinking it would pass SoK. But instead of getting better it Became worse and in a short time the centered through my left hip and pain across down my 'e fc Ie5 " -L as far as the knee. i ? r Small Of This is precisely what kidney trou ble will do with the body. It does not al ways show itself at iirst , but ap pears just in this way , when some unusual movement or action brings sharp pains and exhaustive aches , telling of sick kid neys. Sn Mr. Plnncr- hian's experience bore this out. Continuing , he says : "I did not know the cause of the trouble , but I am led to believe now that it was flrst brought about by ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1903

0 tr THE" VALENTINE OEMOSRAT I..M. BICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full ' * Jo discount I. M. RICE , Afent THE OLD RELIABLE M Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Notice to Cretlltors. * H In County Court , within and for Cherry County Nebraska. In the matter of the estate of William A. Wind er , deceased. , Notice is hereby given. That > the creditors o : the said deceased will meet the executors of said estate , before me , Couity Judge of Cherrycoun- ty , Nebraska at the county court room in saic county , on the 28th day of November 1903 , at 10 o'clock a. m. for the purpose 01 presentim , their claims for examination , adjustment and al lowance. Six months are allowed for credlors to present their claims and one year for the ex ecutors to settle said estate , from the icth daj of April 1903. This notice will be published in the Valentin ? Democrat for four weeks success ively prior to the 2Sth day of November 190J. . Witness my hand and the seal f said -SEAL Coun...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 November 1903

His.oiical SoJety VOLUME XV 111 VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER 12 , 1903. NUMBER 4 : j ftft ' * 0) 45 ' & / * . . , , : ' .1 " 'sta ! = * > - ' * - ' * * - i ' ' & ' > -X tWVVtjA 49 49 c 4 * 49 49 49 49 1 C 49 4 ? 49 49 49 4 * 49 4 * U tas ; ? < 9 49 4 ? 49 The "Retort Jewel. " i > 49 . Especially adapted to Glenrock , Big Muddy ftft tf and all the cheaper grades of coal. Will burn I ? hard or soft coal , and will also burn slack coal. x x x 49 We also carry the Cole's Hot Blast , Peninsular , Smoke J * Consuming- Heaters , and "Round Oak stoves. We guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. We can furnish you heaters 49 from $4.00 up to $28.00. FRONT MERC. CO.ft . * mJSNL' * TM1 t Winter Wraps and Clothing Take aVTaHie dread ut cold \vb.itliwr" . The BEST Styles and fit in Ladies Jackets. i , Ready and Tailor-made Suits and Overcoats F r fall and \viute < ' ' -ear Caps and Gloves for a chilly drive. QllKJALn TAILOR . O I IN M it U. AiN D CLOTUIEK. J SOur y - K...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 November 1903

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. XI KICK , 1'ubllnher. TALENTINE , NEBRASKA , Build a castle In Spam , u.t live In fcome country where you get a vote. Automobile racing is about the only Import that Is as dangerous for the spectator as for the participant With plenty of postal cards and news papers to read , tie rural mail carrier should not find his job such a lonely one. Maxim has invented a gun that will kill faster than any present device. He ought to be able to sell it In Bul garia. Columbia , the gem of the ocean , may have to take Colombia , the bane of the canal , over Its knee and administer A spanking. Another squaw doctor has been killed because she failed to effect a cure. JDoctors In civilization have much to be thankful for. A beauty doctor declares thnt "It Is a misfortune for a woman to be freckled. " It Is a positive calamity for her to feel freckled. If the "material consequences" of war in the Balkans fall upon Bulgaria , the "Christian powers" will stagger along under t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 November 1903

"PROTEST OF THE SIOUX. " .An Original Stntuc to He Shown ot the St. Louis World's Fair. In the Tnlace of Art at the forthcom ing Louisiana Purchase i\positioi will be found evidence of the inlerast in sculpture which the Chicago exposi tion and the bazaar at P.ufTsiIo infused In the genius of this and other coun tries. America became interested In sculpture during the World' * Fair to tin extent that placed a higher commer cial value upon the works of many an Individual whose stud'o work brought -on by the willingness of the Ajnerlcan 1'KOTcsT OF urn sioux. ' to buy IKIS given a healthy tone to the profession. "The Protest of the Sioux , " which ia to be exhibited , shows the Indian as we are led to feel he once existed. a 'grand red min , forceful , powerful phy sically , vigorous and unsubmissive. In this statue he displays marvelous phj'- sique. His clenched hand is raised in protest The lines of his face are drawii In the agony which the tumult of his feelings demanded. His stro...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 November 1903

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Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 November 1903

One Theory of jli.- . . < . . . .jt5 ' rafi- arc aV.i. . * r'iMO. Napoleon , noeorc'lti ; ? " : . > Amxl" : Dumr.K. Ust.u < -Ii x ' . r.s 11 . .iln \ - > bccvu.se Lo.tolc : u.h n fi. .s. ' . . . . . His generals could not rcul * bis noti-d and letters , typewriting had not been invented , and the tnjmbling marshal' , afraid of disobeying and u iving to in terpret the indecipherable commands , loitered , wandered and did not come up to the Kcratcb. or not to tLo right scratch. TL-us Waterloo was lo"t. Cun- not you fancy Grouchy hnndi ; s ri'ucfl Napoleon's note.i on thai san u. . . .ry Sunday ? "I uny. " cries the m.tra : . .l to " that word Gem- his ald e-camp , "Is bloux or Wavre ? Is this Bluchcr or Bulow ? " So probably Grouchy tosBed up for It , and the real words may have been none of these at which he offered his conjectures. Meanwhile on the h'ft and center D'Erlon and Jerome and Ney were equally puzzled and kept on sending cavalry to places where It was very unco...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 November 1903

MPTATION OF BERNARD STRONG. electric light went out wit THE click of the switch , plunj ing the room iii total darkness texcept 'where here and there a fain 'glimmer came through the windo\ from the lamps in the street belo\\ and the under-cashier of Brown I [ Brown's sank into his superior's easj ( chair with a sigh of unutterable re lief. lief.As As usual , all his fellow clerks hai gone hours ago , leaving him In soli * tary grandeur to continue workinj out rows of apparently interminabl figures. At last , however , his task wa finished , and he sought to rest hi aching eyes by gazing blankly inti ( darkness. Bernard Strong was overworked and underpaid , -which will , perhaps account for the thoughts that crowd Jed through his tired brain. As he sat there In the darkness thi Tull hopelessness of his position wai Iborne home to his overworked mind What "was the use -working like 3 Wave till 12 o'clock , as he had don < - ? What did he gain by It E-night No ; he had asked for an...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 November 1903

'S MARSHALL AHD CC-/S FIELD V/AREHOUSE MANAG ! Cured of Catarrh of Kidneys by Pe = ru = na. \t \ HON. JOHN T. SHEAHAN , OF CHICAGO. Hon. John T. Sheahan , who has been for seventeen years mannger of Marshall Field & Co.'s wholesale warehouse , and is corporal 2d Regiment Infantry , 1. N. G. , writes the following letter from 3753 Indiana avenue , Flat Six , Chicago , 111. : \Peruna \ Medicine Co. , Columbus , Ohio. Gentlemen"-'Lastsummer I caught a cold which seemed to set tle In my kidneys and affected them badly. I tried a couple of kid ney remedies largely advertised , but they did not help me any. One of my foremen told me the great help he had received In using 'iPeruna in a similar case , and I at once procured some. "It was indeed a blessing to me , as I am on my feet a large part of the dayt and trouble such as I had affected me seriously , but four foottles of Peruna cured me entirely and I would not be without it for three months' salary. " JOHN T. SHEAHAN. Mr. Jacob F...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 12 November 1903

* r Pure. Tff REJ&NQSUBSTITUTE otice of Application for a Lic- ' " " ' - ' " cnse to Sell Liquor. "KoVice i.s hereby given that wo have fll-d with > jUjo > Gounty Clerk ol Cherry county , Nebranka a petition accompanied by a bond duly attested -said petition pray Ing that \\e be granted a lie ense to sell malt , spirituous and vinous liquors In sold county. In Section thirty-three (33 ( .Town thlrtyifour ' & ) , Range twuiity-seven (27) ) . tor one year from the date of action on this pe it-on. 43 STRATTON & Kl IN K. . tDtttfljtuis 12th day of November. 190J. , , Jfotice to Creditor * . * j t I * * / " \ tin \ ' in County Court , within and for Cherry Ooun- NeUraska. In ihe matter of the estate of Ranu.ih M. Notice is hf ruby given. Thar the cn-di ors 9) ) the s id deceased will meet the executor > fsaid tjjirj yj * fore me. County .Indue of ( 'lierr coun- tjTPf "bta-tka. at the count- court room n Ucl count * on the 5th day of December 1C i3 at K o'clock/a tn. ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 19 November 1903

"t * . . i " < t" I. VOLUME XVIII VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER 19 , 1903. The "Retort Jewel. " W V > ; Especially adapted to Glenrock , Big Muddy j * arid all thecheaper grades of coal , -Will burn * \ -Shard : or soft coal , and will also burn slack coal. ' We also carry the Cole's Hot Blast , Peninsular , Smoke It 2 ; Consuming Heaters , and Rbund Oak stoves. We guarantee J satisfaction or money refunded. We can furnish you heaters " &om"$4.00upto$28.00. - . ' - ' i * * . . : U IKED FRONT MERC. GO. f 'Winter ' Wraps and Clothing Take away the dread of cold weather. The BEST Styles and fit in Ladies Jackets. Ready and Tailornade Suits and Overcoats For fall and winter wear. Caps and Gloves for a chilly drive. L81INA TAILOR AND CLOTHIER. 9 All Kinds of Coal ! "Estafe Oak" and "Radiant Home" ! t arc.the best on the market. Neati " * vnaf& s antl ornamentul and they have good j Cheating qualities. Tlio.v'll keep ( ire through the coldest night j [ with ordinary coal. M...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
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