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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 June 1904

The Valentine Democrat VALENTINE , NEB. ) L M. KICE , Publisher YACHT OYEETUBNED FIVE PERSONS ARE DROWNED IN NEW YORK BAY. Eight Are Rescued by Sailors- Heavy Storm Swept Over New York Harbor and Capsized the Boat Two Bodies Recovered. Five persons were drowned in the bay off Forty-seventh Street , Brooklyn , N. < Y. , by the overturning of the eighteen- foot yacht , Elsie and Katie , in a heavy storm that swept over New York Sunday afternoon. " ' Eight other persons who were on the yacht at the time were rescued by mem bers of the Second naval battalion , who were out in whaleboats from their arm ory at the foot of Fifty-second Street. Those drowned were Mrs. Kate Clarke , of Brooklyn , wife of Peter Clarke , the owner of the yacht , her two daughters , Lizzie , aged 10 , and Louise , 4 her niece Mamie aged , 2-year-old , Clarke , and Lizzie lason , 10 years old. The bodies of Mrs. Clarke and Mamie Clarke have been recovered. MURDER AND SUICIDE. New York Typewriter Agent Kills H...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 June 1904

NAMEG. Roosevelt and Fairbanks Are Chosen at Chicago. - ALL CUT AND.DHIED. No Other Candidates Came Before the Republican Convention. 5Jules Required a Roll Call , but Nomi nation "Waa Unanimous Fairbanks Named , by Acclamation Ex-Govern or Black , Senator Dolliver and leaser Li-jlits Deliver Speeches Party's Campaign , Directed by Cor- tclyou , to Begin at Once. i Chicago correspondence : Nomination of Theodore Roosevelt tfor President , Senator Charles W. Fairbanks of Indiana for Vice Presi dent , appointment of committees to notify both of their nomination , and the election of George B. Cortelyoti as chairman of the Republican National -Committee on Thursday brought to a close the proceedings of the thirteenth Republican national convention. The -adjournment of the convention marked the beginning of the great national po litical campaign of 1904. The best orators tors in the Republican party were numbered among those selected to -spread political wisdom among the del egates for ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 June 1904

I- ' ) : THE VALENTINE DEMG8RA : I. M RICE EDITOR Thursday , Jane 30 , 1904. Entered at the Postofllce at Valentine , Cherry Bounty , Netorailca. as Second-class matter. TERMS Subscription $1.00 per year in advance ; $1.50 When not paid m advance , SinRle copies 5c. Display advertising 1 inch single column iBc per issue or SC.o't'a year. I/jcal Notice- , Obituaries , Lodge Besolutlon- \ml Socials for KevenueCc-perline per issue. brands , l iuches-S4.00 per year in advance additional space $3-00 per inch peryearengraved ; b'fviks extra : 51.00 each. I'artiea living outside Cherry county not per onally known are requested to pay in advance 10 per cent additional to above rates if over 6 months in arrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. The Neranha County Herald says John L. Webster's boom for the vice presidency fell as flat as soda water without the fixYes , so it was with other aspirants , except the chosen. How nice it must be to have nothing to do as a dele...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 June 1904

E. E. Parks , an attorney from Chicago , HI. , was one of the new homesteaders. He took a home stead near Valentine , and may in the future practice his profession here. We have found him a pleas ant gentleman to meet and an in teresting conversationalist. Valentine ball team reorganized under the management of Dr. A. N. Compton and last Saturday went up to Rosebud and won a game from the Indians with a score of 13 to 4. They think they are "it" now and if Ainsworth should buck up agin them again we don't think it will be so one sided as it was before. This is the way they line up : G. Boyer , c ; Ote Gorrill , p ; Byron Shaw , ss ; M. Bishop , Ib ; Byron Webb , 2b ; A.C.Salmon,3b ; ! Y. A. Kimbell , rf ; Frank Fisch- cf ; George Hunter , If. Harrison risen Davenport's dog Jack is the mascott. James A. Barwick arrived from FMgstaff , Arizona , June 4th to re lieve J. J. O'Donnell , who has been in charge of the Weather Bureau office at this place for the past five months. Mr. O'Donn...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 June 1904

THE DAY OF DAYS THROUGHOUT THE LAND. A , x-iS2 feftj 7 > ' / / , THE AFTER. * O , for n craokerless Fourth of July , Tor a moment of shoot I < ssiiess , Whc-n mi. 1 Jens of Inys Would shit off the uose And silence would foIo\v to bless A nation whlrh'in otbr ways Is not nt all 3 < jfct"d ; In f.irt. is doh.g < ] * . Iti * as well As could have been exported. O , for some soundless powder to burn , And for voiceless boys to cheer ; To show to the \vo-ld That oi.r flag is un.urlcd And our country 3till is here , .And just as yood as It ever was , And just as patriotic , lAIthouRh its expression may not be So bangle and boomie and shotic ! O. for a hanpboomCzzlersness That would bring a jrlad release To muscle and 1'ing And nerves unstri'ng. And covrr the day with peace ; "When everyl ody In the land , Might pniise in contemplation Of that whi * > h. on the quiet , Is The world's suproniest nation ! O , for a nonoxplosive Fourth , Just one for a change of diet , When mil...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 June 1904

a Mite. The psychological effect of snch hap- pollings as that at Martinique Is really impressive. In the presence of the working of the earth's crust in that diabolical style everything else looks small- Even the mighty human race , with its ambitions and quarrels , which take up so large an amount of one's attention , tends to shrink to microscop ic dimensions. The mind seems in stinctively to see that just as there was an earth before the race came up on it , so there could easily be an earth here again without a single human be ing -existing on its surface. The ques tion of a spring bonnet or a summer suit , and the issues of "civilization" generally , can't stand the comparison with such dignity. Proud man simply has to go back somewhere and sit down. Springfield Republican. A Reason for Sickness. Ilealthy kidneys take from the blood every 2-1 hours 500 grains of impure , poisonous matter more than enough to cause death. Weakened kidneys leave this waste in the blood , and you ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 30 June 1904

i. M. RIOE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. NTo discount I. M. RICE , Agent. NOTICES. Notice to Creditor * . IHK STVTK OK NKHRASKA < , „ in the County CIIKUKV Cot-wry. P3 Court. In the matter of the e tate of Elizabeth Re- maly , deceased. ' ! the credit' ts of said estate : You are herel % notllied , That I will sit at the County Court Ifvom In Valentine in s-iid Coun ty , on the 2nd day of July 1904 at 10 o'clock u. . m to receive and examine all claims against said estatu with a view to their adjustment and allowance. The time limited for the presenta tion Dl claims against saiu estate is the 2nd day of Jury A. 1) . 11XH. and the time limited for payment of debts IN one year from said 8th day of August 1903. Witness my hand and the seal of said County Court this 8th day of .lime , 1904. SEAL W. R. TOWNE. , 'ji 4 County .ludge Order of Hearing. STATE OK NITHKASKA. COUNTY OK CHKUKV. AVhereas. on this 4th day of .lunp. 1904. fame Perry W. C. l < aw.snn and made and ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 7 July 1904

Sistorical Society * / - ,1ni T va T i re H ,1y VOLUME XI2 ' VALENTINE. NEBB A SKA. JULY'T. 1904. NUMBER : li - ftfr ftfrto to tote 25 Are 3 on in the market for some Furni- 49ture ? If you are. or will be , we have Mto 0 > / to # 2something worthy of your attention , tote tote 4i to Notice the following : tote tote 49 tote tote to 49 Bed Room Suits , oak $16.00 to § 28.00 tote 49 tote 49 Iron Beds , in colors 4.00 to 12.50 to 49 49 Dressers , golden oak and elm 10.00 to 15.00 tote tote 49 Large Arm Eockers 2.50 to 7.50 to 4 ? tote 4 ? Sewing Eockers , cane seats 2.00 to 3.50 to 49 tote 4 $ Parlor Tables , oak 1.50 to 5.50 to 4 ? tote 4 ? Combination Cases , i sawed gold tote 4s ? en oak 12.50 to 20.00 tote 49' 49 tote 49 to 49 "We also carry a new and up-to-date line of tote tote 49 to 49 Baby Buggies and Go Carts. tote tote 49 to tote to ' tote 49' to tote 49 to 49 tote 49 Our goods are continually going1 out and new goods tote tote arriving daily , therefore' we have no old st...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 7 July 1904

The Valentine Democra VALENTINE , NEB. M. RICE , Publiehc GAMBLING IS OPE ] CLICK OF LITTLE IVORY BALL I HEARD AT BONESTEEL , S. D. Buildings Spring Up in a Day , an the Town is Preparing for Bi Crowds Bad Men Arc Driven Ou by Vigilance Committee. At Bonesteel , S. D. , on the edge of tl famous Rosebud Indian reservation , tl : sound of the saw and the hammer is a most drowned by the click , click of tl little ivory ball as it goes round an round , and by the monotonous calls i the faro dealers and their cappers a they reach for the chips on the , painte cloths before them and incidentally r < turn a few of the chips to other player : The wielders of the saw and the han mer are around and at work befor the sun rises ; the players at the gamin tables remain long after the sun sets. I fact , Bonesteel at midnight is more live ly than Bonesteel at midday. Ther are no electric lights , but the big gas ( line torches make the streets light enoug for the crowds already there. But there...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 7 July 1904

WHtRE THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION WILL MEET EXPOSITION BUILDING AND COLISEUM AT ST. LOUIS. The seating capacity of the St Louis Coliseum for the Democratic Na tional Convention has been fixed at 10,840 , which includes delegates , alter nates , representatives of the press , invited guests , officials of the convention t .and the general public , who will be admitted by ticket „ The arena floor will be so arranged that the delegates , in number 950 , will be seated directly in front of the platform. Behind them will be the 050 alternates. The more prominent guests and the party leader will have seats on the platform , where there will be places for 434. The boxes will seat 420. The general tickets of admission will be for the balcony and the gallery. Each member of the National Committee will have at hig disposal one box and. ten general admission tickets. Each delegate will have his own ticket of admission and three general tickets in addition. Each alternate will have one ticket Pro...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 7 July 1904

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR / Thursday , July 7 , 1904. Entered at the Post-oOlce at Valentine , Cherry county , Nebraska , as Second-class matter. TERMS Subscription 31.00 per year in advancw ; § 1.50 When not paid in advance , Single copies 6c. Display advertising 1 Inch single column 15c per Issue or SGa year. Local Notice. " . Obituaries , Lodge Resolution - ind Socials lor Revenue 5c per line per Issue. Brands , IH inches $4.00 per year In advance additional space $3-00 per Inch per year ; engraved blocks extra ; § 1.00 each. Parties living outside Cherry county not per eonally known are requested to pay in advance 10 per cent additional to above rates II over 6 months in arrears , Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. It might help your business to advertise if you do a business that you are not ashamed of. Some of the wildest people in town are those'you see with great pretentious of being orderly. The booming of cannon crackers and shooting blank...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 7 July 1904

Frank Fischer's new hardware building is nearing completion. He is now putting : on the steel ceiling. It will be the best busi ness building in the city. " \V. A. Pettycrew is building two residences west of his present home on Cherry street. The frame work is up for one and the foundation is built for the other. Ed lleiser , of Brownlee , and G. "W. Monnier , of Kilgore , were callers at this oifice last week while in town and each extended their subscription to THE DEMOCRAT. F. A. Freeland , a surveyor of Imperial , Nebr. , is stopping at the Chicago House in Valentine , Xeb. , and will survey homesteads and do private surveying. He claims to have had 12 years experience in f surveying and engineering. 2ii The rain on the 4th is claimed by farmers to be just what they needed for the spring wheat as it was heading and it was beginning to get dry. Since then the rain of last night soaked the ground and insures a splendid crop. Ciih' nc On Sunday next , mass will be said at Nenzel a...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 7 July 1904

Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects Triumph of Forestry. to United States Consul Tourgee if Bordeaux , the growth of the "pin maritime , ' r marine pine , in the Laudes and adjoining de urtmtMits of France , "undoubtedly marks the nest remarkable achievement ever wroug'ln jy human agency in the modification of natura conditions of soil and climate for the benefit of mankind. " A century ago the region between the Gironde anc the Pyrenees was in most of its extent "not only one of the most barren in the world , but apparently altogether hopeless of reclamation. " Sand dunes were advancing from the sea at rates varying up to 200 feet a year , swallowing tip fields , meadows , vineyards , houses , churches , villages , and leaving nothing but a gray desert. The old forests had been destroyed , and now nature was taking Its revenge. There seemed no hope for the heart of 'France , when it occurred to Bremontier , a native of the threatened region , that the devastation might b...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 7 July 1904

X * . , STORY OF THE COLLAR. Troy's Great Industry Started by a Blacksmith's Wife 75 Yenra Aco. It was the -wife of a blacksraitn in Troy , N. Y.who made the first de tachable collar. Many of the world's greatest Inventions , including the safety valve , are the productions of people -who were either a bit lazy or had grown tired of the more , laborious ways in vogue in bygone < ays. The wife of the Troy blacksmith had crown tired of washing and ironing her husband's shorts with collars at- .tached and she "set up a thinkin' , " out of which evolved a paper pattern and finally the linen for a collar which could be detached from the shirt 'mat was 75 years ago and the product was the first separate collar ever made. The idea of the blacksmith's wife was a great reform in men's wear and women's labor in the little toirn or Troy. Ebenezer Brown , a former Methodist preacher , started a dry goods store and. later a collar factory. As his business grew it became nec essary to recruit ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 7 July 1904

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , Agent. NOTICES. Notice to Creditors. THE STATK OF NKIJIIASKA ICQ In the County CIIEUUY COUNTV , Court. Tn the matter of the estate of James B. Cox , deceased. lothecredr of said estate : You are here < y notilied , That I will sit at the County Court Room in Valentine in said Coun ty , on the 30th day of July 1904 at 10 o'clock a. m. to receive and examine all claims againsr said estatu with a view to their adjustment and allowance. The time limited ffor the presents tiou of claims against said estate is the 30th d.y of Juiy A. D 1904. Witness my hand and the seal of said County Court this 5th day of July , 1001. SEAL W R. TOWNE , 25 4 County Judge Order of Hearing on Petition for Appointment of Administrator. In the County Court of Cherrj County , Neb raska. State of Nebraska , County of Cherry. S3. TO the heirs and to all persons interested in the estate of Titus J. Ttiylor , ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 14 July 1904

historical Society r 1 IH & J JL -i - 9 VOLUME VALENTINE. NEBEASELA. JULY 14. 1904 XILNIBEK 2 f Are 3 ou ia the market for some Furni- 49ture IcQ ? If. ' you are , or will be , we have < * 49something worthy of your attention , I * vlj j Notice the following : 49 49 Bed Boom Suits , oak $16.00 to § 28.00 49 49 Iron Be'ds , in colors 4.00 to 12.50 49 Baby Buggies and Go Carts. 4 ? 4 ? 49 49 S9 4 ? Our goods are continually going out and new goods 4 ? arriving daily , therefore we have no old stock , but 4 4 ? ? always something new. Call and inspect our goods. 4 ? 49 49 49 .49. 49 RED FRONT MERC. CO , * 49 Tailor Made- Suits , Ladies' Shirt Waists , Fine Neck Wear and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Come in and replenish your wardrobe with the latest and most % desirable Clothing , Boots , Shoes , Hats , Shirts and Furnishings. & . AND CLOTHIEE. -W i 1- & ' Are the best on the market ; Neat , ornamental and serviceable. jp v | They'11 last for years and save you money in fuel...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 14 July 1904

The Yalentine Demoa VALENTINE , NEB. 1. M. RICE , . . . Pnblh SEVENTEEN KILL1 FRIGHTFUL COLLISION ON i ERIE AT MIDVALE , N. d. N General Passenger Agent Cook j mits the Blocli Signal Was Not Regular Passenger Crashed I Rear of Excursion Train. Seventeen persons were killed about fifty injured in a collision wl ( occurred at Midvalo , X . J. , just bel noon Sunday , when a regular passer train on the Greenwood Lake brand the Erie Railroad ran into an excure train that had stopped to take water All the dead and injured lived in ; Tjoken , Jersey City and New York. The accident is believed to have suited from a tower operator having I -ercd his signal too soon , and this A 'admitted ' by D. W. Cook , general pi ongcr agent of the Erie Railroad , \ gave out a statement in which he saie "The operator in the tower failed to the block signal against the train fell < ing. " The train which was run into wa. special carrying members of the PI tDeiischer Association , of Hobokcn , their ann...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 14 July 1904

o fit. Louis correspondence : Alton Brooks Parker , of New York , received the Democratic nomination for President at 5-W : o'clock Saturday morning after an all-night sessio.i of the national convention in St. Louis. William R. Hearst , George Gray , Nel son A. Miles , Richard Olney , F. M. ockrell and Edward C. Wall were -also placed before the convention. The .nomination was made on the first and only ballot , the vote standing as fol- Jews : ( Alton B. Parker C84 William R. Hearst 210 George Gray 8 IsTelsou A. Miles 3 Richard Olney . / 39 F. M. Cockrell 44 Edward C. Wall 2G was a wild night for the repre sentatives of the Democracy gathered In St. Louis from all parts of the coun- CHAIRilAJT WILLIAMS. try. Fifteen thousand persons heard the many hours of often bitter oratory , iwhicii reached a climax at 4 o'clock in the morning , when William Jen nings Bryan , in a brilliant plea for par ty unitj * . seconded the nomination of Senator Cockrell. No such tumultuous scenes have be...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 14 July 1904

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M lu- Entered at t&e PosVofllce at Valentine. Cherry Bounty. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. TERMS Subscription 81.00 per year in advance ; 11.50 When not paid in advance , Single copies 6c. Display advertising 1 Inch single column I5c per Issue or Sfi.no a year. Local Notice- , Obituaries , Lodge Besolution- ind Socials for Revenue 5c per line per Issue. Brands , IK inches ? 4.00 per year in advance additional space § 3-00 per inch per year ; engraved blocks extra ; $1.00 each. Paities living outside Cherry county not per eonally known are requested to pay in advance 10 per cent additional to above rates if over 6 months in arrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. JUDGE PARKER NOMINATED Judge Alton Brooks Parker , of New York , was nominated for president by the Democratic con vention at St. Louis at 5:50 : a. m. , Saturday morning , July 9 , before the result of the first ballot was announced. Gov. Dockery moved to make the n...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 14 July 1904

f Ci. Ci.so ' 'coco - ? . i tttj S . * U z- a $ se ej ossr . * t fr. i" * S T2 J > s : : : or iJ-r-U ) 5e5o - fcp § J liGl ! "e" ? * * Cloyd Quigley returned last week from Texas. Bert JcfTers is home from the Omaha Medical college. Lauren Jones has sold the Gor don Journal to Henry llauback. I Selling out Hardware and Fur niture on account of going out of hardware business in 90 days. Call for cash bargains. GEO. H. HOUXBY. Pianos and Organs with a ten year guarantee from reliable fac tories , sold for cash or payments. J. 0. BEATTY , 13 ( At G. H. Hornby's store. ) In Wisconsin at a charivari , generally called a "shiver-ee3 the bride became so excited and shock ed at the proceedings of the un lawful marauders that brain fever set in - and she died. We have al ways been of the opinion that the average so-called "shiver-ee" is a very out-of-place transgression of .the law. Gordon Journal. JACK SULLY DEAD. Noted outlaw photos. Sully after death , only photo taken in 3 years. Sull...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
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