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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 August 1896

t U V fc j V I x fll VOL XI Band concert at -and tomorrow Two bundles of old jofiice for five cents S THIS AND THAT Coming 12vent Uryan Club Aug 28 Mclunliy Club Aug 28 Democratic Primaiy Aug29 Loyal Lejjion Picnic August 29 Democratic Countv Convention Sept 2 AOUW Picnic Sept ember 2 The Democrat next issue Sept 3 J F Caldwell -Sept 4 Old Settlers Jlcunlon Sept 18 19 MWa Picnic J3rownlec September 23 JcnioerntIrCaijcus The democratic voters of Valentine precinct are requested to meet at TJryan club room on Saturday evening August 2 at 730 oclock for the purpose of electing five delegates to xattend the county convention M ClIRISTENSEN Chairman Work for the school house Will we have races in October Where is the school house petition Tas Rav has been Quite ill this -week Croquet sets at cost sons Go to Omaha Sept at C R Wat 1st for -550 -round trip School commences Sept 7 one -week ifrom Monday Bennett Irwin was in town a few hours Sunday the Post tonight papers at this Wheat is tur...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 August 1896

I i I 1 u 9 f i i I H K li r r i a P I H m0rli9tl t mitfmiiiwn HOW TO AID DIGESTIVE ORGANS f p HE principle that the finer a food I is divided and subdivided in its - preparation the easier quicker and better it is digested is seldom borne in mind by either the cook or the eater All of us are supposed to think of the ancient adage of eating slowly and chewing well but very few carry this rule into practice Still fewer think of applying the principle of comminution in the kitchen Thus for example a boiled onion is usually served whole and on account of its slippery character is apt to reach the stomach in a large fragment If it is cut up finely before the boiling or stewing it is converted at most into pulp which digests in one third or even one fourth the time of the other way Grated cheese upon toast macaroni and other dishes presents no difficulty to the digestive process When served in pieces as New York dairy cheese al most invariably is it is rather difficult of digestion and i...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 August 1896

Ik If f t I K b iV ij V - pu Cheap To Cleanse the System Effectually yet gently when costive or bitious or wnen uie blood ib Impure or bluggibii to permanently overcome hab itual constipation to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity without Irritating or weakening mem to dispel headaches colds or levers iue Syrup of Figs The Queens Double There appears to he some solid foun dation for the nindu helief that all men and women have their doubles Most of our celebrities are known to have counterparts Even her most gracious majesty Is reproduced in the person of an old woman who is em ployed at a church in the north of Lon don as cleaner and pew opener The old woman Is three or four years young er than the Queen but is so strikingly like her in personal appearance that many persons visit the church to which she is attached merely for the sake of seeing her Indeed so remarkable is the likeness that it is doubtful whether her majestys own relatives could im mediately discover ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 August 1896

1 Vi I Hi j rfi A I lv f IM tB n ti cJ i WBfgiirtifirwitgi tSES3ffi THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT PCCCESSOR TO CHERRY OOUNTY UttEPENDEN BOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper fCTierry Coun ty Nebraska T00 Yer in Advance PUBLISHED EVERjr THURSDAY Entered at the Post oflVctfitt ValeBtine Cheny comity Nebraska as Seeottclass matter This paper will be mailed regularly to Its subscribers unil a definite order to discontinue is received andsall ar rears are paid nvfuil Advertising rdtea 50 cents ffer inch per month Rates per column or for long timerds made known on cation to this office voMursday August 27 i96 Democratic Ticket A For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Lmcoln Nebraska For Vice President ARTHUR SEWALL 0 Bath Maine C H Bane of Lincoln stated to5a friend hereby letter that -there are over 700 free silver republicans in his county Lancaster that would vote for Bryan Ainsivorth Home Rule A campaign of education would be all right if It wasnt for the fact that the fellow who ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 August 1896

H h vr y Pbx t X K H AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE 1Vhleit to the ple for thrir Approval or provnl at -the Next Oeneral Elrction Htndy Them The following proposed amendments to the Constitution of the State of Ne braska sshereinafter set forth in foil are submitted to the electors of the State of Nebraska to be voted upon at the general eleotionto be held Tues day November 8 AJX 1896 A joint resolution proposing to amend sections two 2 four 4 and fire 5 of article six 6 of the Consti tution of the State of Nebraska relating to number of judges of the supreme court and their termof office Be it roHolved and enacted by tho Legisla ture of the State of Nebraska 6ctloa 1 That section two 2 of article air 6 of tho Constitution of the State of Xebraika be amended ao as to read aa fol lows Seotloa 3 The supreme court shall -until otherwise provided by law ooneist of iHya fi Judges a majority of whoa shall be neces aary to form a quorum or to pronounce decision It shall have o...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 August 1896

I fl S a If H I u 1 I h in r k ju 1 a M I I I y 1 - kv V s t h ijA -- 1 I I I IP ft 1 L i - - - ry j jw r glfe JahnUm emocmt SUCCESSOR TO CHERItY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - JEditor PnoP VALENTINE NEBRASKA FIGHT STAEDASD OIL NEW DEAL OF ENORMOUS PORTIONS PRO- Chicago t Have a New Industry w Which Will Rival the Great Plant of the Standard Oil Company Long Labor Fight Over To Fight Standard Oil Chicago Michael and John Cudahy have entered into an oil deal of enormous proportions If their present plans ma terialize Chicago is to have a new indus try a rival of the great plant of the Stand ard Oil Company at Whiting and the first pipe line from the oil fields to enter its limits The Cudahys have purchased in Wells and Adams Counties Indiana the entire plant and wells of the Northern Indiana Coal Company What price was paid is not known but the purchase was made more than a year ago Long Labor Fight Over Pittsburg Notices have been posted in I he South Side factories of the Unite...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 August 1896

kA- k - U - A MANLY MAN It Is every day becoming plainer that fee gold forces recognize William J iJryan as the most formidable candi date that could have been placed in the presidential race Aside from the -wonderful strength given the Democratic party by its fearless declaration for fbe free coinage of silver at the ratio f 1G to 1 the unassailable character of Mr Bryan both as a statesman and a itizen makes him the nominee upon whom all eyes are fixed s The opposition is lajing much stress upon the youth of the Nebraska man f et therein lies his great power to win the support of the majority of the vot ers His nomination marks a new era in the history of the country It writes the word finis to a period that covers more than thirty years The war heroes jiave passed by and the nation is glad to turn to a leader who represents the anion of North and South and who champions a cause that affects the pros perity of all the people Mr Bryan was pmly five years old when the civil strife e...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 27 August 1896

M mb r3 -T---S 1 I 8 I 14 im e J CM 1 I 6 V- I 1 i I N I y fc isSkrrwEEwsRS r i3KSse3S m The entire stbck of Clotbing Hats Boots Shoes Trunks Val ises and Furnishings formerly owned by OTTO BERGER and have marked all tlie goods at Lowest Prices possible Come and get a bargain SELDEN THE TAILOR remains with the firm Dont forget tts when you want clothing Yours for business n sARD C M SAGESER TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses buildiiig HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr BICYCLES Ladies and Gentlemens Bicycles at YOUR PRICE AND TERMS Any of the leading tnakes f umianed you upon easy payments at catalogue prices as follows Wheels costing 35000 and raider will be delivered to yeu for 1000 cash and 82D0 per month Wheels cost ing over 5000 fer S1500 cash and 8300 per month Wheels delivered on receipt of tlie first payment Wheels hiaranteed to oe Sfew and First Class in all respects or Money Refunded Decide upon make of wheel you desire and order by number from ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 September 1896

-- i Mi I I - 3 A K el s r jv f - SHE TOL XI THIS AND THAT Coming Events 1 F Caldwell- Sent 4 Old Settlers Heunion Sept 18 19 MVA Picnic Crownlec Septimber 23 School E J BeBell was in town Sunday- J W Stetter iB attending the Croquet sets at cost at C R Bons - S Ai Lee of Gordon Tuesday P Sullivan was sterday - do wn State 29 Bessie Zarr is working at the City tfote wag in town Cody Jas Hudson of Sparks was in town yesterday gbtfrtf Bonnen was upfrom Pull man yesterday IT JJfcumgartl of Crdokstbn Was1 in town Tuesday Shoes made on the 20fch century last sit T C Hornby 32 C T Cornell has been in Omaha- on business this week S Two bundles of old papers at this - - His office rjlve cents C 1v TJewey of WoodlJake was in town Tuesday evening T S Merrailr of Atkinson waff at tiie City Hotel Monday L li BiTens is clerking for Daven port Thacher this week Sparks and wife arer amofeg the visitors to Omaha this week Louis Bordeaux and wife of Rose bud -were in town yesterday Louis E Smith of ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 September 1896

he falenftne emvrtt SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editoii Pkop Valentine NEBRASKA WARSHIP TO TURKEY MINISTER TERRELL SAYS HE WILL DO THE REST The Sultan Said to Hare Given His Permission for a Warship to Pass the Dardanelles Paii ie Narrowly Averted at -a Bryan Meeting Warship to Turkey Chicago A Washington special to the Times Herald -says J ten days a United States war -ship will be on the way to Turkey Notwithstanding the existence of the treaty of Paris which prevents war vessels from entering the Dardanelles Minister Terrell has cabled the Slate de partment that if a war ship is sent he will see that it passes into the Sea of Mar mora This result is entirely m accord with the developments at the State and Navy Departments which indicated that lhe little cruiser Bancroft was about to startler IBurkey If Minister Terrell ac complishes what he promises he will have proved himself a great diplomat Up to this time the Sultan has steadfastly re fused lo permi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 September 1896

p V 15 K f ff W 1 Ml r J MKINLMTS LETTER rfJ FORMALLY ACCEPTS THE UTCM I IMk MUIVIIIIH I list Xa His Very LongLcttcr He Criticises the Democratic Doctrine and Its Supporters Gold Standard Protec tion and Reciprocity Supported Written by McKinlcy Vm McKinleys letter formally accept ing the Republican presidential nomina tion has been issueu Republicans con eider it a strong presentation of the prin cipal issues of the pendfng campaign It is devotQd principally to the discussion of what he considers the three great ques tions of the campaign protection mon ey and reciprocity About one third of the message is de voted to a consideration of the free silver question He announces that he is unal terably opposed to any such policy He -says that the Republican position in the pending campaign is no new departure but that its proposition to maintain gold and silver coin at a parity has been the unbroken policy of the Republican party since 1S7S He says it has inaugurated no new policy It -wi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 September 1896

U I mfrmm ifr jtm i THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SC0CE380KTO MERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT TI SOBEBT GOOD Editor and Publisher dfficil Paper of Clterry Conn 166 Per Yedi V Ativance v fiz PUBUHHED EVERY THUnSDAl EsasrdStibSVoatrOfce at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska Us Second class matter IQiis paper will be mailed regularly tbiy flubBcribers until a definite order tio discontinue is received andall ar rearsare paid in full Advertising rates 50 centsper inch per month Rates per1 column or for long time ads made known on cation to this office 2HURSDA3T SEPTEMBER 3 1896 Democratic Tisk6t For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Lincoln Nebraska For Vice President AKTHUB SEWALL OY Bath Maine The McKinley craze is dying out - iykii represents the common peo ple of the United States He is one of them The only difference between Buffalo Pouuds were exported rifff aAVnTvHio ifiin tv frtrVHmH the terrible Wilson b lias a good show and the latter has not very trust every enemy of organ ized labor every...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 September 1896

hF f N -- jb OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Governor Lieutenant Governor Secretary or State Tjeasurer Auditor Com Lands ind Buildings Attorney General Supt Public Instruction Silas AHolcomb lioDcrtK Moore Joel A llper J S Hartley Eugene Moore Henry CBusell ArtlhirS Churchill HenrvBCorbett C 11 Gere Lincoln f L Burnhem Omaha Regents University j J M Halt Alma 1 U IV TJkla Holmes Pierce illalleu Kearney Hull Edgar CONGRESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madlbon John M Thurston Omaha psprescntutivcs First DisU let Jesse IJ Strode ildcoln Second D H Meicec Omaha Third 2co I Meiklejolin Fullerton Fourth E J Hai iTer Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth 0 31 Kern Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L ICorval Cliifcf Justice Harrison and Tolk issociates FifteentM Judicial District M P Kinkaid ONeilir W II WcstoVcf Kuahvlllc LEGISLATIVE Keprcsenlcth e Firty second District Frank Itotlilcutner Kilgorc Senator Fourteenth District Henri G Stcw artvCrUwford LAND OFFICE Register 0 It Glover Longpinc Rec...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 September 1896

is B C H i I -CAMPAIGN OF INTIMIDATION In a political struggle so unmistak ably between the masses and the classes as the present one it is not surprising that every influence that can be exerted by means of wage paying appealing to ignorance offering re wards and threatening resentment is used by those upon whom fortune has conferred large means which they hope to make larger Especially by corpora tions where individual responsibility is such exertions so conveniently hidden are tions put forth Everywhere we have the rich endeavoring to deceive the poor and the well worn fraud of the silver dollar worth fifty cents though exposed ten thousand times does perpetual duty shamelessly and figures in every newspaper as an argu ment Compulsion is on every hand and in every shape One day the railroads refuse to make reduced rates for Democratic gather ings The next life insurance companies issue to their policyholders campaign literature urging on the latter the falsehood that the value of...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 September 1896

i y h l tS SX K A LAND OF FLOWERS AitstrnliAti rnntlscape Js an KtuTiCm iJanorna of Snrjmssimc Beauty There is nothing that astonishes thj stranger visiting Australia for tbs first time so much as the variety and beauty of its flowers Australia is indeed a land of floral loveliness and nowhere has nature been more lavish in her gifts of bud and blossom than in New South Wales The landscape is an end less panorama of sui passing beauty There is a plethora of color in the flowers that everywhere meet the gaze They arc not placed here and there only to give one the impression of limit they cover mountains and valleys in all kinds of form and shades of beauty Climbers in rich crimson and inter spersed with every other color are niul s tiplied by millions and scattered with a prodigal hand that knows no stint nor bound save that of iniinitude itself until every shrub and plant and bush robed in splendor makes the country gay with blue and gold and many COP ored dyes The gorgeous coloring...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 September 1896

it l lis Is 13 3s I m 2 r ivrr t rt yf S remains witli the firm forget us when ycnr want dbtEiiig Yours for ibusiness IX SNARO G M SAGESER roraiAi ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine- O W MOREY WATCHMAKER JEWELER DiamondSt Watches docks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles amd Mnsical Instruments Valentine Nebraska GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM PUMPS IRON AND WOOD PUMPS OF ALL KINDS- EcllpBe and Fairbanks Wind mills Towers Tanks Irriga tion Outfits Hose Belting GrlndersSneller8Wood Saws Drive Points Pipe Fittings Brass goods and Fairbanks Standard 8cal Prices lowr Get toe best Send for Catalogue FAIRBANKS MORSE CO FrffomSt Omaha K Sill F rices for Ftoed Bran bulk 40c per cwt 700bon Shorts bulk SOc perjwt 900 ton Screenings 35c Chop Feed 70c Corn Oate 65c i 1600 it 11300 j jc 2w 8fcock of Cidthhgr New stock of Shoes in the very latestof V snapesYith the fashionable fastening AT BUS STONE STORE- It 1H Tlie entire stock of GLptliing Hats Boots ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 September 1896

1 v V -4 - X- hr- v r I S4 CJt IN v TT THE VOL XL THIS AND THAT Ctnino Event Teachers Association Sept VI BrrauClub Septil Democratic Kepresentatlarc Convention 8parki 8epc 18 Hose Team meets Sept 14 Old Settlers Keanlo 8ept 18 19 MWA Picnic Brownlee September 23 Thb Dehocrat 1 per year Croquet sets at cost at C R tons Frank Rayeame down from Chad at Wat 29 John Brown is over from the Agency today 44 Yesterday was pay day at JFort JTISiobrara We want sidewalks now that school has commenced Shoes made en the 20th century last at T C Hornbys 82 Two bundles of old papers at -this for five cents Bob Dyer waa over from Rosebud the first of the week F L Brewster of Nbrden was in -town on business Saturday Miss Nina Longcor returned Icom Iher visit to Iowa Saturday night C C Thompson came in from Haek erry Late yesterday on business A large assortment of wall paper new styleB cheap at C E Watsons Mrs Logan Barker of Tekamah is Tisitingdoliiiyes in town this week Wanted Bated bay For partic...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 September 1896

I- 1 i - - 0rg fw nhntine democrat successor To CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editqu Pbop valentine - nebraskZ HER LOVER ACCUSED GIRL KILLED AND THROWN IN THE RIVEJ At First Supposed to Be a Suicide lut Upon the Body Being Exhumed a Bullet Was Found to Have En tered the Right Ear Ohio Murder Mystery Dayton Ohio On August 27 Bessie Little a boarder with Airs Preese on South Jefferson Street ibis city disap peared at 6 oclock in the evening Sue told Mrs Freese she had arn engagement to ride with Albert J Frantz her alleged lover On Thursdaj Sept 3 Bessies dead bod bloated almost beyond recog nition was found in Stillwater River near the bridge justnorthof Dayton -The coroner supposed it a -case of simple drowning perhaps a -suicide Bessies known delicate condition suggested sui cide Public sentiment demanded closer investigation The -body was exhumed and re examined A bullet that had entered the right ear was founddodged in the brain This was the first revelation of murder...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 September 1896

1 I I bf fi re k i fa n u u AAT bar K kr Tlf E - WAXKER - - I avenues of the residence portion and Iroin top to dome of the big of5ce build ings in all manner of designs could be seen the national colors -The train bearing Commander-in-Chief Walker and his staff did not arrive until 11 oclock Monday night The regular program however was gone through with So enraptured was the General with the scene and the animated colors of the decorations that he for the moment forgot that he was in the midst of a crowd of curious hundreds and did not heed the words of Capt McCarthy commander of jthe department of Minnesota who stood at the entrance to the Hotel Jiyan to es cort him inside Mrs John A Logan without whom no encampment has seemed complete to the old veterans was there and witnessed the parades and took part in all the encampment receptions As they idolized her warrior husband so also the old soldiers admire her and her greeting was a warm one Formal Protrram The formal program of the...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 September 1896

8 Zfr -Bi r THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT EOBEKT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry rfcyy Nebraska iW ehYear in Advance TUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post office at ValeBtine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class -matter TfckNpaper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all are paid in f ullj Advertising rates 50 cents per inch per month Hates per column or for long timeads made known on cation to this office THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1896 Democratic Ticket For President WITiLI AM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Lincoln Nebraska fFor Vice President ARTHUR SEWALL Of Bath Maine The republican outlook is as gloomy as the democratic outlook is bright The immense crowds which turned out to hear Bryan in Ohio were not at tracted by idle curiosity Taxation tariff excise or direct is rightfully imposed only for public pur poses and not -for private gain That is democratic doctrine and al ways will be m In...

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