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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 4 August 1904

The Valentine Democrat VALENTINE , NEB. I. M. RICE , Publisher SECDEED NO BOOTY ROCK ISLAND TRAIN HELD UP IN NEW MEXICO. Explode Dynamite on Safe Made a Bad Wreck of the Car , but Found No 3Ioney Statement of Engineer Robbers Said to be Surrounded A train crew which has just arrived at El Paso , Tex. , with a light engine from Santa Rosa reports that Rock Island passenger train No. 4 , which left El Paso Saturday morning at 7 o'clock , was held up near Tucumucari , N. M. , and robbed. The passengers were lined up and their valuables taken from them , after which the express and mail carsfwere uncoupled from the train and run about two miles up the track and there dynamited and robbed. The robbery was reported at Xogau , a small station some distance from Tucumucari , by one of the passen gers. gers.At At the headquarters of the El Paso and Northeastern Railroad the news of the train robbery has received partial con firmation , but the officers say they can learn nothing definite , a...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 4 August 1904

EUSSIA MUST KNEEL. 6RITAIN DEMANDS APOLOGY FOR SINKING SHIP. TVnrlllce Order Goes to Envoy from Kliitf Kiltviml Kiiglnna Will Use * "orco to Get Kctlrcau if Necessary C * r Hccelvcs Ultimatum. must make ample amends Uu > sinking of the steamer Knight Column mler and for the seizures of ships In the Red Sea follow ing thu recent agreement .that such fcClRures would be averted by the canr's government Such is the decis ion arrived at by the British govern ment Preliminary to obtaining sat isfaction the government sent Instruc tions to Sir Charles Hardinge , British ambassador to Russia , to protest ener getically against the sinking of the Knight Commander by the Russian "Vladivostok squadron. The British note does not mention the amount of Indemnity Russia must pay the owners of the ship and Brit ish subjects having goods on board the vessel ; but all that is sought is the establishment of the principle of indemnity and an apology. A salute of the British flag must also be concede...

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 August 1904

THE VALENTINE BEiOORAT FD1TOR Au&uat 4 , 1904. e Entered at tb e Post-office at Valentine. Cherry eountr. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. TERMS Subscription ? 1.00 per year in advance ; Si. CO When not paid in advance , Single copies 5c. DlKpUiy KdvertisI'-K 1 Inch single column iCc p r issue or SO/1 u year. Local Notices , > bltuurles , Lodge Rosoluton- : xndSoclalaJor ' - venue 5c per line per Issue . frauds , \H h.clies-S4.00 per year in advance additional space ? 3-00 per Inch per yearengraved ; 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 if over 0 months In arrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. Delegates to the Democratic State.Convention , August 10th , at Lincoln , Nebr. , are Frank Roth- leutner , M. F. Clynes , A. 1ST. Compton , W. K. Towne , B. J. Hoffacker , Jr. and A. M. Morris- sey. Each one of you should make it a point to ...

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 August 1904

O- - MOJ ft * vwS 3 < Cash to Jv/ozz Coffee users in our Great "World's Fair Contest I M < * < a weafc&iiaa t 2139 people get checks , 2139 more will get them in the I lfjfe@ § II HOI&j M ' . * -J I'Jlt * * ' * * * > ' < > ' * ' ' " - ' ' * J -Y-.f Jf ' > TjrL-gA - J - Five LZon ! iea s cut from Lion What will be the tctaJ popular vote c 3t I for President ( votes for ail C3S = Coffee and cent Packeges a 2 = 1 didhteo combined ) at the election 1I ctamp entitle you ( in addition to November 8 , 5904 ? I the regular free premiums ) to In 1900 election , 13,959,653 people voted one vote. The 2-ceat stamp covers for President. For nearest" correct esti mates received in Woolson Spice Com ers our acknowledgment to you pany's office , Toledo , O. , on or before that yoiar estimate Is. recorded. November 5 , 1904ve will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate , You can send as many estk P second prize to the next nearest , ? 2c. , I mates s $ desired...

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 August 1904

OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS Why Do Inventors Neglect the Kitchen ? N inventor and a housewife were discussing the practical side of kitchen work the other dffy , when the inventor expressed his surprise that i no easier plans had been found for doing the j hundred and one odd things which are still done in the kitchen in the same -laborious manner that prevailed when he was a boy. He said that if he had to do "housekeeping" he would get easier ways of accomplishing a lot of things which are now done by main force ; and expressed his surprise that women , who are supposed to be too weak to attempt any heavy labor , regularly do things which would be a severe test upon the muscles of the strongest man. "Well , there are certain things which have to be done , " eaid the housewife. "And most people have only maids In their kitchen. " "Why , I would put in a little motor , " began the in ventor ; when a pair of surprised eyes told him that this had never before occurre...

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 August 1904

An Authpr Pensioned. Two British authors arc at present In the public eyes on account of pen sions they are receiving. Joseph Con rad has $1,500 from the British So ciety of Authors , which generosity IE explained by the fact that the au thor , whose writings are among those In greatest demand by the publishers to-day , yet-seems to have difficulty in providing for his daily wants , says the New York Globe. The immediate reason for the pension , moreover , was the accidental burning of a manu script , which catastrophe so depressed Mr. Conrad that his friends thought it wise to relieve him from the ne cessity of anything so humdrum and sordid as looking out for his bread and butter. The case of Conrad can hardly fail to recall that of Carlyle , who , when Mill' ' brought the disastrous news of the destruction of a complete book of the "Revolution , " spent the evening in attempting to cheer the culprit and then set about the rewriting. Arriving at a Verdict. Kushequa , Pa. , Aug. 1....

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 August 1904

Uf Jfc : ' ? . ' ' * * . ' _ : * * - * * It 'tf - ' Jr r- * * Y Pucre For the third of a century the standard for strength and purity. It makes the hot bread , hot biscuit , cake and other pastry light , sweet ; and excellent in every quality. No other baking powder Is- "just as goocl as Royal , " either in strength ; purity or wholesomeness. . . . ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. , 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW YORK. [ HE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full , No discount I. M. RICE , Agent. NOTICES. No lice of Sale. Notice is hereby given that Saturday , August 13 , lout , at ll o'clock a. m. , at the residence of Louis Nolleitp. dix miles northwest of Sparks , Cherry ucninlj. Nebraska , 1 will offer for sale to the highest uiculrr n > r IMBU. one white horse support ! lobe luae ir < oldno brands , baid horje to be sold au ibtra > . J Jitted July 13 , 1904. - W.11.TOWXE , 81JAL County Judge. Excursion Kates to Colorado , Utah and the Itlnck Hilly , Via ...

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 August 1904

icaA * * = * r _ . ! J V VOLUME 2IX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , AUGUST 11 , 1904 NUMBER 80 As Harvest Time is now at hand we call your at tention to a f ew things in demand at such a time. wu fcfr We carry a large line of & ' ftfr "Key Stone" make Hay Forks , Header Forks , Bundle Forks , etc. , 4 ? each and everyone * Avith the above brand is made of carefully selected material and skilled labor , which makes it one ofL.e best forks on the market. Try one. 4 ? | " " - TIie"AUTO , / O the best mounted grind' Sne matie. Some of its special feature ? are ball bearingsnaft and crank , select stones and av _ in 4e hardwood frame. We have also stack anchors , som _ Jirin < j new and inexpensive. Machine Oil- * ? - ers , Grass Scythes , Scythe Stones , Grind Stone fixtures. S3 a * j We also sell i - ; . Eldorado - Castor Machine. Oil. -i S ? * & 'C * S3SS3S2S S3 S SSSS < S2333ZESES 2 S / fl The remainder of our P S will be closed out at cost to make | room for fall stock. I TAILOB...

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 August 1904

The Valentine Democra VALENTINE , NEB. I. M. RICE , Pnblishe GET FINANCIAL AI ] CHICAGO FEDERATION OF BOR BACKS STRIKERS. Every Man Will Contribute Sma Sum JEach Week from Each Unio Worker Donnelly Says Men Ar Firm. Chicago : All labor unions in Chicaj have indorsed the stock yards strik After listening to the strikers' side ( the controversy , which was presented t them by Michael T. Donnelly , presidei of the striking butchers' union , the Ch cage Federation of Labor , which is con posed of every labor union in Chicagi and has a membership of nearly 300,00 ! adopted resolutions Sunday pledging tl moral and financial support of the fede ated body as long as the strike continue Each member of the central body will I assessed a small sum per week , and tL whole amount will be .turned over to tt striking unions to help in the support < the strikers 3iid their families durin the struggle with the packers. The exa < amount each member is to be assesse was 'left in the hands of a c...

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 August 1904

THE WE < Jnc Hundred Years Ago. War was declared between England -and the Mahratta ruler ( India ) , Jese- wunt Row Holkar. Aaron Burr suffered a severe attack of illness , superinduced by the excite ment attending his duel with Alexan der Hamilton. Kara George was chosen leader of "the Servians in their insurrection against Turkish rule. Georges and eleven of his fellow con- Aspirators were guillotined at Paris for : a conspiracy against Bonaparte. Seventy-five Years Ago. Four hundred Creek Indians crossed the Mississippi at Memphis on their way to the new country assigned them in Arkansas. A number of runaway slaves from "Virginia , who landed in New York , -were not apprehended by the police , and consequently escaped their pur suers. Manmoud rejected the protocol which -was to effect an amicable settle ment between England , France and the Porte. fifty Years Ago. The ship Shannon of Glasgow was turned at sea , all on board lost. The Russians attacked the French and Turkish ca...

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 August 1904

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR Thursday , August 11 , 1904. liuterod at the Post-ofiice at Valentine , Cherry county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. TJ3KM8 Subscription 81.00 per year m advance ; 81.50 When not paid m advance , Single copies 5c. Display advertising 1 Incn single column I5c per Issue or SG. ' * > a year. Local Notice- ; . Obituaries , Lodge Resoltition- tnd Socials for evenue 5c per line per Issue ; Brands. IJi itches $4.00 per year in advance additional space $3'00 per Inch per year ; engraved blocks extra : $1.00 eacSi. Parties living outside Cherry county not per tionally known nre requested to pay In advance 10 per cent additional to above rates if over 6 months in arrears. Notices dl losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. National Democratic Ticket. For President ALTON B. PAHKER , of New York. For Vice President HENRY G. DAVIS , of West Virginia. The Democratic Congressional Convention is at North Platte Tuesday , August 16 , 1901. The follo...

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 August 1904

, vVi Mtt tfmn. * * i * ! & * clucks Sept. 1st. A drainage system is needed for our city. A 21 meal ticket for $5.00 at the Chicago House. Supt. Travis , of the St. Mary's Mission is in town. Found A ladies' emblem pin. b Inquire at this office. Mr. and Mrs. E. Sparks , of Cody , are visiting in the city. Dr. Barnes will examine your eyes August 18 and 19. 292 A first class Table d hote dinner for 50c at the Chicago House Sun day. day.Mr. Mr. Kime was in town a couple of days this week and visited at L. N. Layports. , "W. A. Pettycrew has about com pleted his two dwelling houses west of his residence. Capt. Chas. F. Bates , of the 25th Infantry , returned last night from an extended trip abroad. The dinner at the Chicago House Sunday was an excellent one , as those who enjoyed it can testify. Mrs. Iva Efner Frank departed for Springfield Monday morning after a nice visit with her parents. Max E. Viertel andF. H. Baurn- gartl were down from Crookston last Friday attending the Eag...

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 August 1904

Opinions of Great Papers on important Subjects. 44 * i 4M 434'4M8'i' l * lfr | i * § * Wage-Earning by 'Married Women. HE American prejudice against wage-earning I by married women appears in the effort occa sionally made to make the employment ol 'teachers ' in the public schools terminate with marriage. But thousands of American married j women do earn wages , thousands more would gladly do so if they could , and other thousands would be happier and better off if they did. The prejudice against it seems disadvantageous. American men , as a rule , -prefer to support their wives if they can. If an 'American married woman works for pay , it is either be cause it gives her pleasure or because her husband's in come is insufficient She does not do it as a matter of course. How long she can keep it up depends , upon what the work is , and upon other circumstances. If she has children , that , of course , interferes with her wage-earning if it does not stop it altogether , and general acc...

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 August 1904

, Gondolas on the Thames. Gondolas on the Thames are some times referred to as novelties ; but they were already there , ln the reign of Charles II. "Upon the Thames , " says Pepys , In 16G1 , "I saw the King's new pleasure boat , and also two gandaloes that are lately bought , which are very rich and fine. " This is howgondolas were then written ; and another testimony to their presence may be found in Dave- nant's expression : "Step into one of your peascod boats , whose tills are not BO sumptuous as the roofs of the gun- daloes. " The latest importer of a gondola dola to the Thames has imported with it from Venice a gondolier , who as is convenient in a climate that does not allow rivcr work for a great part of the year is something of a cook. Five years ago there was only one gondola on the Thames , but now the number Is Increased. London f AN OLD MAN'S TRIBUTE. An Ohio Fruit Raiser , 78 Yeara Old , Cured of a Terrible Case After Ten Yeara of SufTeriuir. Sidney Justus , fruit de...

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 August 1904

SJ tf > ? ' 5fc 4fr " * * It Is conceded that Baking Powder is purest and strongest of all baking pow ders , absolutely , free from alum5 ammonia and every adulter ant. "Royal" makes the best and most wholesome food. . , . , . . ROYAL SAKING POWDER CO. 100 WILLIAM SI. NEW VCP.K. VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RIGE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. NTo discount 1. M. RICE , Agent. ISTOTICJES. Notice of Sale. ' Notice is hereby given that Saturday , August 13. 100 * . at 11 o'clock a. m. , at tue lesideiice of Ixmis Nolleite , jix miles northwest of Spaiks , Ulietry county , /Nebraska , 1 will offer for sale to the highe.it balder for cash , one white lior.se support d to be tea years old , no brands , baid horte to be sold * e&tray. Dated July 13 , 1904. * - W. R. TOWNE , SEAL County Judge. Excursion Rates to Colorado. Utah and tli e Black Hill ? , Via the North-western Line. Be ginning June 1st excursion tickets will be sold to Denver , Colorado Springs , Pueblo , Salt La...

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 August 1904

Historical Society y - . . * VOLUME xix VALENTINE. NEBBASKA , AUGUST 18 , 1904. NUMBER 31 49 49 49 49 4 ? 49 49 4 ? S ? 49 As Harvest Time is now at hand we call your at 49 tention to a few things in demand at such a time. 49 4 ? 4 ? tote 4 ? tote 49 We carry a large line of to 4 ? "Key Stone" make Hay Forks , to 4 ? 4 ? Header Forks , Bundle Forks , etc. , to each and everyone with the above brand is made of ftfc fc 4 ? carefully selected material and skilled labor , which makes A one of the best forks on the market. Try one. v & "AUTO " , & it the best mounted grindstone made. Some of its special features are ball bearing shaft and crank , select stones fcg and a well made hardwood frame. We have also stack to anchors , something new and , inexpensive. Machine Oil- 49 ers , Grass Scythes , Scythe Stones , Grind Stone fixtures , fo 89 49f. vi We also sell 49 Eldorado Castor Machine Oil. 49 49 49 tote 49 to 49 49 49 The remainder of our IT will be closed out at cost to make ...

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 August 1904

The Yalentine Democra VALENTINE , NEB. X. M. RIOE , Publish * TEN PEOPLE DROWS NAPHTHA LAUNCH TURNS TUR TLE ON THE POTOMAC. Occupants of the .Launch Rushed t One Side ami the Boat Was Ovei turned Only Four oi * the Occt pants Were Saved. Ten persons were drowned as the rcsu of the capsizing of a naphtha launch c the Potomac River off GeorgctOAvn in tl western section of Washington , D. C during the annual Potomac regatta S/n unlay afternoon. Four others also we ! on the launch , but escaped.All but or lived in the city. The dead are Andrew J. Booze , aboi 35 years old , a salesman , formerly f Asheville , N. C. ; .T. George Smith , hn been president of the Smith-PoAvell P : per Company , of this city ; marriet 'Charles ' Herbert Coates , of McKecspor Pa. , tailor , about 35 years old ; Job . " \Valdman , Jr. , 20 years old , machinb apprentice in navy yard ; William Smitl about 35 years old , employe of the nav yard ; Mrs. Lulu Dreyfuss ; Bertha Se bach , sister of Mrs. Dreyfuss ; 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. — 18 August 1904

PARKER IS NOTIFIED. CHAMP CLARK INFORMS HIM OF NOMINATION. Ceremonies at Country Home of Demo cratic Candidate for Presidcncy-In Accepting Mr. Parker Gives ills Posi tion on Prominent Political Questions Notification day , the greatest day in the modern history of Ulster County , New York , arrived with a pouring rain wliich set in just after daylight and confounded the prophecies of those who had promised Judge Parker ideal weather when he was to receive for mal Information of his selection by the Democratic national convention as its nominee for President of the United States. When Judge Parker arose at the usual hour Wednesday morning the rain was coming down In a steady pour from a leaden sky. The unpropitious - tious weather and the comments of f iis family and guests on the subject were received by the Judge himself with a smile and he went about the "business of the day with his usually cheerful spirits. The informality of the proceedings to come was shown by the absence of a...

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 August 1904

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR Thursday , August 18 , 1904. Entered at tUe Fost-offlce at Valentine. Cberrj county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. TERMS Subscription 81.00 per year in advance ; 81.K When not paid in advance , Single copies 5c. Display advertising 1 inch single column 15c per Issue or $ C.IM ) a year. Local Notice- Obituaries , Lodge Resolution- ind Socials lei ilevenue 5c per line per issue. Brands , IK inches-84.00 per year in advance additional space $3-00 per inch peryearjengraved blocks extra ; § 1.00 each. Parties living outside Cherry county not per sonally 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. National Democratic Ticket. For President ALTON B. PAEKEE , of New York. For Vice President - HENEY G. DAVIS , of West Virginia. State Ticket. For Governor Geo. "W. Berge , ( pop. ) Lincoln. For Lieut. Gov. Dr. A. Townsend , ( dem ) Fran...

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 August 1904

and will Furnish Music for the occasion. Music by the Fairview Chorus. Ball Game between Sparks and Britt teams- Parse $18. Horse Race , entrance fee $1.00 , free for all. Purse $15. Novelty Eace ? entrance fee 50c , walk trot and run. Purse $ Pony Baee , free for all , no entrance fee , standing start. Purse $6 Foot Eace ( men ) Purse $3.00. Foot Eace ( boys ) Purse $1-50 Standing Broad Jump Purse $ L50 ( All horses must be entered for races by 12 o'clock noon clay of picnic. Apply to D. D. Kellogg , Sec. ) JHA To the person for the best agricultural exhibit grown by himself , 100 pounds Elkhorn flour. For the best exhibit of corn , 1 sack Elkhorn flour. For tlie best exhibit of wheat , 1 sack Elkhorn flour. For the best exhibit of rye , speltz or barley , 1 sack Elkhorn flour. For the best exhibit of potatoes , not less than one-half oushel to be shown , purse $5.00. For the best fruit -exhibit - , purse $3.00 , FREE HAY FOR HQR8E8. PLENTY OF WATER. MEALS MAY BE HAD ON GROUNDS FOR...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
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