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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 September 1896

t U Z2CXZ she V isasi sr Dont forget us when you want clothing Yours for business Q gfllNARD NORTH WBSTEEN UVERY AiND J A HITT PR6piiiKT6ii arn located on the east side of town First class rigs and careful drivers Good accommodation for C SI SAQESER TONSORIAL ARTIST fiair catting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr CXW M WATCHMAKER a JEWELER diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles and Musical Instruments Ytetstine Screenines 35c Chop Feed 70c Corn 50c iatev 65c Nebraska mrirr Vviffn tnvVkeA Bran bulk1 40c per cwf700ton Shorts bulk 50c per cwt 900 ton 600 1300 of Ceiling New stock of Shoes ta the Very latest of shape with the fashionable fastening AT THE BIG STONE STORE i Hue Bouiht THe entire stock of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Trunks Val ises and Furnishings foifcierly owned by OffQ BERGER and haye Marked rall the goods at Lowest Prices possible Come nd get a bargain SEL DEN IHE TAILOR -remains -with the firm OUR - PLATFORM JtaH...

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 — 17 September 1896

V I IV i - J s THE VAL VOL XI THIS AND THAT Comina Events Teachers Association October 11 A li 0uly wood Lake Sept 22 Kcpubliciin lfcilly Sept i Democratic Koprebuntative Convention Sp irks Sept 19 Old Settlers Kcunion Sept 18 19 MV A Picnic ErOwiilec September 23 HelbBob Croquet sets ut cost at C JR sons Just wait until we get some at Valentin Markets Onions per bushel - 50c Potatoes - - 30c Corn 25s Wheat 39c Oats 20c Hogs per cwt 275 Steers 2253 00 Cows 150225 Calve3 per ttn 4c liutter 10c JEggs per doz 10c 29 new sidewalks Shoes made on the 20th century last at T C Hornbys Mr Luce made a 32 business trip to Crookston Tuesday C H Deitrick was down from Crawford Saturday Two bundles of old papers at this oftee for five cents Maine went republican Monday by about 40000 Next Joe Brown Crookstbns liveryman was in town Tuesday Geo Paterson was over from Spring- View on business Tuesday A large assortment of wall paper new styles cheap at C It Watsons Mr and Mrs T C Hornby have re turn...

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 — 17 September 1896

II i i I I J 1 a ill the dhniim mocrni SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA HE TELLS OE THE WAR NEBRASKA MAN TAKEN PRISON ER BY CUBAN INSURGENTS Was Given the Option of Death or Serving in the Cuban Army and Accepted the Latter Is Hastening the Crisis Other Items Tells of the War in Cuba Omaha Arthur a native of Scotland has returned to Omaha after having spent a most eventful two years of his Jjfe among the Cubans lie went to Cuba to install some machinery but was taken prisoner by the insurgents He and his companions were charged with being Spanish spies The accusation had a touch of the ridiculous about it as not one of them could speak a word of Span ish The party was given a sort qf court martial aud given the option of death or serving in the Cuban army They cculd do nothing but accept the situation It is undoubtedly true said Mr Mc Pherson that the Spaniards take out in surgent prisoners and shoot them down but 1 have witnessed...

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 — 17 September 1896

K M k L J BRYAN FORMALLY ACCEPTS AJ1 Y X 7 ILLIAM BRYAN has V sent the following letter of ac- V V ceptance to the notification committee of the Chicago convention Hon Stephen M White and Others Members of the Notification Committee of the Democratic National Convention Gentlemen I accept the nomination tendered by you on behalf of the Demo cratic party and in so doing desire to -assure you that I fully appreciate the -high honor which such a nomination cou f ersnnd the grave responsibilities which accompany an election to the presidency of the United States So deeply am I impressed with the magnitude of the pow ed vested by the Constitution in the Chief Executive of the nation and with the benefit or injury of the people that I wish to enter the office if elected free from every personal desire except the desire to prove worthy the confidence of my coun try Human judgment is fallible enough when unbiased by selfish considerations and in order that I may not be tempted to use the pa...

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 — 17 September 1896

laB - r J ir w I J 1THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOR TO CHERfiV COUNTY INDEPENDENT 7B0BEET GOOD Editor and Publisher t i Official Paper of Clierry Coun ty Jebxaska jlO0QPer Yenr in Advance A k i if PD1SLIHHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered At tbe Post offlce at Valentine Cherry wuuijr ncutasiui H3 oeconu ciass matter 4 This paper will be mailed regularly toita subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears ace paid in fulLj -Advertising rates 50 cents per inch iflar month Bates per column or for loflg time ads made known on cation to this office THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1896 Democratic Ticket For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Lincoln Nebraska For Vice President ARTHUR SEV7ALL Of Bath Maine Presidential Electors FRED METZ O IV PALM FJ AALE X PIASCEKL N 0 ALBERTS S L KOSTRYZE J X CAMPBELL M F IIARRINGTOX For Governor SILAS A IIOLCOMB For Lieutenant Governor Ji E HARRIS For State Secretary TV F PORTER For State Auditor JOHN CORNELL ForState Treasurer JiN MESE...

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 — 17 September 1896

k y e OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATU Governor Silas A Ilolcomb Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State IsOotlL VrL a Com Land and ISuihliims Attorney uenenu tAniiurkiiurciiiii tSupt Tublic Instruction Henry It Corbctt Kegents Unhcrsity ItouertEiloore Joel A Iiper I S Hartley Eugene- Moore Henry CRusmjII u n uere i incoin Ittitrulimn Oinalia J1M Halt Alma iioimes nerce TjHalialiiu Kearney M J Hull Edgar CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win V Allen Madison John M yrhurston Omaiia Ksiirescntatlvcs First DistrictJessellStrode Lincoln Second H Mercer OniahaT liird Fourth Aurora Filfli Wm K Andrews i Sixth 0 11 Kem Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supremo Court T L Jforval Chief Justice Barrison and Folk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M T Kiukaid fOKuiU V II Wcstover llushville LEGISLATIVE Renrespntetive Fifty second District tothlcutner Kilgore Senator Fourteenth District Henry iG Crawford AND OFFICE Itejrister rriueiqver Longjnne Iteceir J COUNTY Treasurer G P Crabb lcrK Geo JSJliott Sheriff Amos Strong Judg...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 September 1896

tt i U v 5 IP J ta h - H H n hi 1 n II NOTES ON EDUCATION MATTERS OF INTEREST TO PU PIL AND TEACHER Tiie Conscientious Teacher Must Look 5JJeyond the Real to the Ideal Qccn ipations for the Primary News and Notes The Invisible in Teaching The teacher must look beyond the Teal to the ideal He must be governed as largely by the invisible as by the Ivisible The things that are seen are itransient the things that are unseen may be permanent Only he who has correct ideals can 9 reach or even approach the best The teacher looks to the development of character an ideal thing He uses the subjects of study and other school in strumentalities as means for securing development of mind strength of char acter and culture of taste and judg ment He is able to see ia the crude be jginnings of life the possibility of a -noble manhood The unruly boy may seem to care nothing for the higher ddeals and may seem to be in sensible to appeals to worthy motive iyet the teacher looks through the dross of his...

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 — 17 September 1896

r w r V m Kcw Catnlounc Issued by John M amy tli Company Saves Money t Buyers The catalogue issued by John AL 6myth Company of Chicago should be in the home of every person who values economical buying -The book consists of 422 pages beautifully Illustrated and is sent free on application No furniture house in the world stands so high in public esteem as John M Smyths iior thirty years if has enjoyed ihe reputation for honest deal ings and for the high quality of goods it handles There is not a State in the Union to which it does not ship goods and the great West looks upon it as its chief supplier To have furnished half a million homes is a distinction few firms enjoy yet this is what John M Smyth has done Id the new catalogue are accu rate illustrations and faithful descrip tions of thousands of different articles used daily in the home and office From It a person a thousand miles from Chi cago can furnish a house from cellar to garret just as well as by a personal visit to the st...

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 — 17 September 1896

w it i We Have Boiii The entire stock of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Trunks Val ises and Furnishings owned by OTTO BERGER nd have marked ail the goods at Lowest Prices possible Gome and get a bargain SELDEN THE TAILOR remains with the firm Dont forget us when yotl want clothing Yours for business D STNAD -NORTH WESTERN LIVERY AND FEED STABLE J A HITT Proprietor Barn located on the east side of town First class rigs and careful drivers Good accommodation for feed ing and stabling C M SAGESER TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in th W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr O W MOREY WATCHMAKER R JEWELER diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles Musical Instruments Valentine and UTehrasJia Mill rriccsof real - Bran bulk 40c per cwt 700ton Shorts bulk 50c per cwt 900 ton Screenings 35c 600 Chop Feed 70c 1300 Corn 50c Qats - 65c V si f THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT Successor to CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT EOBEBT GOOD Editor and Publisher Representative Convention...

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 — 24 September 1896

i y JM - Mr- i K LhVa y r f THE VOL XI THIS AND THAT Camilla Event n arriogtonOct 2 Crookston Teachers association Oct 3 Teachers Association etober n cJtfecne Oct 17 Sound Jloney Ciubr Sept 25 P Valentine Markets Onions per bushel 50c Potatoes 30c Colli 25s Wheat 39c Oats 20c Hogs per cwt - 275 Steera 2253 00 Cowa 150225 Calves per lb 4c Butter 10c Eggs per doz 10c Harrington Oct 2 It is Prof W F A Meltendorf now Croquet sets at cost at C K Wat sons 29 W L Greene speaks here on Octo ber 17th Dr Lewis went to Crooks ton this morning E J DeBell was over from Kosebud Tuesday J R Pee was down from Crookston Tuesday M V Nicholson A ins worth spent Sunday in That was a very heavy frost last Friday night Frank TJIackf of Rushville was in town Sunday W L Enlow of Gordon is in town at the City Hotel T C Hornby went to Crookston on business Tuesday Shoes made en the 20th century last at T C Hornbys 32 MissUinnie De Woody visited in Ainsworth Monday Two bundles of old papers vat this office f...

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 — 24 September 1896

It f I f f k b I S the fakntine tmotrat SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA EAISE TAX ON BEER NEXT CONGRESS TO CONSIDER A NEW BILL It Means 15000000 Additional to the Public Treasury Should the Bill Pass Must Accept Bank of Havana NoteB at Their Face Value To Raise Tax on Beer Washington- The Washington re presentative of a large number of brew eries said that he had just received infor mation of an intention to introduce and put through the next session of Congress a bill to inrease the tax on beer The bill will ac according to his information be sup ported by the Republican side of the House as well as by the Democratic and pass Whether it will get through the Senate will in a large measure depend on the attitude of the free silver senators He says thatthe bill will not call for a tax of a dollar a barrel as did the last bill That would be equal to an increase of 100 per sent He says that he is in formed Xhat the proposed tax will ...

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 — 24 September 1896

I J r - k u r v SHIP TEXAS AGROUND Bic Battle Ship Went Broadside on Newport Beach The big battleship Texas of the United States navy went hard aground off Goat Island near Newport R I The levia than ho formidable when in her element was absolutely helpless and at the mercy of the wind If a storm had arisen before she was released the chances are she would have been beaten to pieces This magnificent bit of naval architecture which cost the people of the United States something like 3000000 was subject to the caprice of the weather until the tide came jn when tugs got her back into -deep water The Texas left the North Atlantic squadron for the purpose of getting a sup ply of torpedoes When she reached the liarbor the tide was running out strongly nd was at about half ebb She steamed Alowly to her anchorage ground west of 1 s BATTLE SHIP TEXAS thp torpedo station and dropped anchor in the usual place a half mile from shore The order was given to stop the engines but for some reason no...

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 — 24 September 1896

fl 4 L ii r I K W I t IX Il I v I I j H S3i s THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COONTYJNDEPENDENT BOBEBT GOOD -Editor and Polisher Official Papfer of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 10 JPer Wer in Advance PUBLISHED ItVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Pest office at Valentine Cherry eouaty Nebraska as Second class matter Thispapefill be mailed reguJarly to itifcfsubBcribers until a flefinite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears -are paid in full Advertising rates 50 -cents per inch per month Bates per -column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this office THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1896 MBemocratic Ticket For President wliam Jennings buyan il Lincoln Nebraska iFor Vice President ARTHUR SEWALL Of Bath Maine Presidential Electors PRED METZ O W PALM FJ HALE X P1ASCEKI N O ALBERTS S L KOSTRYZE J N CAMPBELL 31 P HARRINGTON Por Governor SILAS A IIOLCOMB Por Lieutenant Governor J EHARRIS For State Secretary W P PORTER For State Auditor JOHN F CORNELL For State Treasurer ...

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 — 24 September 1896

1 i I b y L i IV - t V V y N J r -- I it Glover Longpinc A Kike5cwport OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE foveriior w Silas A Iloteonib JfeufcfauSt touTiior ltoocrt K aioore SfiTulavy or State Joel A liper Tifar irer - J S Hartley AtUHol Eugenie Moore tii Laud and Hulldags HenryU KusmiH At Katicv teneral Arthur S Chmchtll Sum Inblic Instruction Hewy It Corbet t iKi II Cere Lincoln L Omaha University- J M Hait iAna K I Hollos Pierce T MallateAi Kearney iMJHuJiL Edgar rntiFi V KKSTOKL -Senates VVm V Allen Maditan m atiurstM uiuann - - KhpiiseiiUittvm First DIstvlct Jesse 1 Btrodn niiictikc 1 I AIersr OrtihharTfcird colIeiVjcjohnFiillertE Fourth EJ Ilei Urr iStironFlfclJ Win K Andrews HHtlot s TJIxllt O aiKerfc IlrokenlfeAV JUDICCAL Supreme OTttirt T L iorval Clf JWftce ILKrisou undHoll assodates - aiftceutli Judicial District M T SvMcaid tORuM NV a3 Vestover ltushville LECISC ATIVE RcnreSettteTive Pitty eeoond District Frank Kllgon f SenatorlFourteenth district Heffry TA Vr OVWT E -- - liver J ...

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 — 24 September 1896

s is I A EDtJCATIONALCOLUMN NOTES ABOUT SCHOOLS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT 4The Collcpe Graduates as Teacher in the Public School Instructions Tell ing How to Make Relief Maps What to Teach Children Which Succeeds BeBt It is a current question whether the college graduate or the normal school graduate succeeds best in school work The difference between them arises in the larger scholarship of one as set over against the professional training of the other Each has its respective advan tage and also his respective shortcom ing The logical conclusion is that every teacher must have the liberal scholar ship of the one and the professional training of the other should be a grad uate of both schools One of the most pleasing and hopeful signs in the edu cational growth of Indiana is the large number who take both the normal and university course But It is not my purpose to speak of this matter in general but to call at tention to the conspicuous defect of the college graduate for public school w...

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 — 24 September 1896

I h IV- L 5- r rt -U i r j JL N V ATflOROUGB INVESTIGATION ASTONISHING FACTS BROUGHT TO LIGHT BY A NEWSPAPER REPORTER JPromincnt Citizens Corroborate Vnri ons Statements Blade DruECista Also Interviewed Many Testimoni als as to the Cnres Effected by the Use of Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale People From the Herald Clinton Iowa For the purpose of thoroughly investi gating the uierits of Dr Williams Pink Pills which have been so widely advertised a reporter was detailed to visit thtee towns taken at random between Clinton and Cedar Rapids Clarence Stanwood and Mechanicsville were the places se lected and thither our representative went Clarence is a village of seven or eight hundred people with two drug stores run respectively by GooTB Smith and W H Blair Both of these gentlemen spoke en thusiastically of the Pink Pills Mr Blair wiid he handled them extensively that they had become a staple article of trade among druggists and now he would as soon think of conducting a drug business w...

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 — 24 September 1896

w ft 3 1 r I I I I i Di I r U tl v h t lr - m tewytfft e a jcJraaaBrawwESSsasss tail The entire stock of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Trunks Val- SELDEN THE TAILOR jpemains with the firm Dont forget us When you want clpthikg Yours for business Q Stinard NORTH WESTEBST LIVERY AND FEED STABLE J A HITT Proprietor Barn located on the east side 6f tfrwn First class rigs and careful drivers Good accommodationfor feed ing and stabling C M SAGESER TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND COLD BATHS Valentine Nebr O W Morey WATGHMAKER MP JEWELER Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles Musical Instruments Valentine and NebvaTca j illPriecoforFxd Brn bulk 40c per cwt 700ton Shorts bulk 50e per cwt 900 ton Screenings 35c 600 -bop Feed 70c 1300 Corn - - Ytew v65c THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT BOBEBT GOOD Editor and Publisher The subscription price of The Democrat is 1 per year but if sub scription is allowed to be...

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 — 1 October 1896

w It j Vv s Vv y y f C THE VOL XI THIS AND THAT Comlna Events HarrinRton Oct 2 Prookston Twwhers Association Oct 3 O J Smythr 0ct3 J A Carroll Sparks Oct 3 Field Day Oct 3 County Commissioners Oct 6 vvN D Jackson Croakston I Oct 7 N D Jackson Mcrriman Oct 8 N D Jackson Wood Lake Oct 9 Teachers Association October 11 tiroeno Otb 1 Valentine Markets Onions per bushel 50c Potatoes 30e Corn 25s Wheat 39c Gats 20c Hogs per cwt 275 Steers 2253 00 Gowb 150225 Calves per lb 4c Batter 10c Eggs per doz 10c Notice Hornbys new ad Harrington- -OCTOBER ft Frank Kime spent Monday in the City Croquet sets it cost at C R Wat sons 29 P E Mugford was over from St Marys Monday E McDonald spent Sunday and Monday in Lowo John Stolnbrecher was in town from Georgia yesterday Shoes made on the 20th century last at T C Hornbys 32 Prof Ed Searby was down from Crookston Monday Roland Robertson is working in D Stinards clothing store J H Quigley spent the past week on his ranch near Cody Davenport Thacher make ...

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 — 1 October 1896

I 1 5 i I rm iii ihh m iiV n nta tagoaaa8wwnw8fcMBawwiffinTtrMiC as W1U THdROSIN SING THERE Will thi robin sing in that land That land so fair and so far That liesas our souls fondly dream In the depths of the uttermost star Will the violet bloom in that land And the mosses so sweet and so shy Alijthe deaccommon things that we love In the dim distant deeps of the sky Will the children sing in that land All the sweet simple songs of the earth And shall we rejoice and be glad In their music and frolicsome mirth Oh will there be friends in that land Friends who loye and rejoice in our love Will they look will they speak will they smile Like ourv own mid the strangeness above Oh shall we have homes in that land To return to whereer we may roam Oh the heart would be lonely and sad Een in heaven if we had not a home I love not the new and the strange But a frind and the clasp of his hand Oh I would that1 my spirit could know That the robin will sing in that land Womans Magazine MUGGINS Va...

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 — 1 October 1896

- N v k - t -ft 73 JACKED BY A BICYCLE A Wheelmans Adventure with art Adirondack Deer A young woodsman had a curious ad Venture the other night in the -wild jwoods of Morehouseville In the AdI j irondacks He was riding along the road on a bicycle His lamp was lit and the light It threw was powerful Suddenly In the road ahead a form loomed up In the light thrown by the lamp Two turns of the pedals showed that it was a deer which hearing no jsound and seeing nothing but the light had been literally Jacked as much as ever a deer was jacked from a boat along a backwoods stream The sight flabbergasted the young man and 1then bef ore he thought to jump off he Tilt the deer fair in the side and doubled lt up In a heap I Of what followed the young woods man has no distinct recollection Ho got mixed up In some way with some thing For a brief Instant he felt deer jhide under his hands then something hit him in the side and he went over jlnto a ditch among the briars i By and by he got up and ...

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