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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 8 September 1904

The Valentine Democi VALENTINE , NEB. I. M. RICE , PubliB FIGHT IS STILL ( BRINGS NO DECISIVE RESU * * " " ' AT LIAO YANG. "May Yet Be Chance of Kuropatki Escape Town Not Actually Oci pied Nothing to Show that Ja nese are Within Liao Yang. The lack of definite information fi the seat of war continued up to Sa day morning and. nothing further regj ing the situation at Liao Yang is km beyond the fact that Kuropatkin withdrawn the main portion of his foi to the north and right bank of the T se River and that , according to the est advices , the action is still in progr There is a disinclination in St. Pet burg to believe that Liao Yang has b abandoned , and at the same time it declared that the position Ivuropat now occupies is the one he had prcpa .ind fortified , and where he has all alt planned to make his second stand , stead of directly in and around L Yang , with the river at his back , as 1 been believed. It is thought by Russ experts that in attacking Kuropatki present defenses...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 8 September 1904

Reports from the scene of battle be tween General Kuropatkin and the Japanese around Liao-Yang are meager , but a study of the A-arious dispatches shoAvs it to have been one of the most sanguinary struggles of modern times. In the first two days of fighting it appears that 20,000 lives were sacrificed. The losses are about evenly distributed between the Jap anese tiiid Russians , according to all -available accounts of an unbiased na ture. Russian correspondents , how- ever , agree in declaring that by far ihe heaviest losses have been suffered i > y the Japanese. When darkness closed over the gory battlefield on the second night neither mbatant , apparently , had gained a decisive advantage. General Kuropat- Uin's men on the south and southeast sill held their trenches. On the ex treme left flank , however , it vras re ported that General Kuroki had found 41 Aveak spot , that the Russian line .was Avavering and tttat the Japanese seemed about to get around it so as to strike the...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 8 September 1904

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR TlmrsdaySepteml er 8,1904 Entered at the Post-ofllce at Valentine. Cherry county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. TEHSKS Subscription Si.OO per year in advance ; § 1.50 When not paid in advance , Single copies 5c. Display advertising 1 inch single column 15c per Issue or Sfi t-o a year. Local NoticeObituaries , Lodge Resolution- ind Socials fo ' 'evenue 5c per line per Issue. Brands. l ii.ches-S4.00 per year in advance additional spaceSS-OOper Inch per year ; engraved 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. PARKER , of New York. For Vice President HENRY G. DAVIS , of West Virginia. For Rep. 6th Cong. Dist W. B. McNecl , of North Platte. State Ticket. For Governor Geo. W. Berge , ( pop. ) Lincol...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 8 September 1904

More Local. | The cement sidewalk around the JVL E. church was begun yesterday. ! 1 A. M. Mqrrissey accompanies his sister to Omaha tomorrow on her way to her home at Kochester , Kew York. The World's Fair Midway and Carnival Co. begins a free street perlormance today lasting Friday and Saturday. Geo. "White , a cousin of Mrs. C. S. Gould , arrived here last night from Boston for a few days visit. He will return by way of St. Louis. ' The Epworth League ice cream social which was to have been held at Gco. Hornby's , Friday , Sept. 9 , has been postponed until Sept. 14. The W. C. T. U. contest at Cody last Thursday resulted in favor of Misses Noy Ashburn 1st and Julia Query 2nd prizes. They report a good meeting. A. John & Co. moved their stock of dry goods and notions into the old postofiice building , one door north of Davenport & Thacher's , last week. Notice their ad in this paper. E. L. Raii'cnburg came in from Ed. Eichards' a few days ago and Wednesday of last week star...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 8 September 1904

WT1 H&4 OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS Carrying Money. ' returned Alaskan miner went to sleep in a Pullman car in Pennsylvania the other night with $12,000 in gold on his person. He may not have been wiser when he awoke next morning , but he was $32,000 poorer. If he had put his money in a bank and carried only a letter of credit and a small sum of cash on the Pullman he would have had his fortune yet The mistake of carrying too much money is a common one. i ven good business men sometimes make it. There is no sense in any man's carrying more than a very small amount of cash. Whether he lives in the country and is going to town , or lives in the city and is going down town , a few dollars will be sufficient to meet any emer gency which cannot be met by chequing on the bank. A little money'to pay for lunch , for possible telephone and telegraph messages , for street car fare , for a carriage in case of accident everybody ought to carry enough for these purposes , ...

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

-v Too Insignificant. Explanations are us unsafe as dyna mite to those who have failed to build up a well-tried system of usage. At ft.rec . tiou recently , says the New York Times , a young man thought he recognized a young woman he had met a few days before ; but she passed him by without a nod. He supposed she must have forgot ten him , and to jog her memory , next time looked at her even more intently. She seemed embarrassed , and later , after being Introduced to her , he tried to explain his persistency. "You must excuse me , " said he , "for staring so hard at you ; but I mistook you for somebody else. Of courso , if I hadn't supposed you were the lady I knew , I should never have thought of giving you a second glance. " FROM MISERY TO HEALTH. A Prominent Club Woman , of Kanaaa City , Writes to Thank I > OUII'H Kidney PillB for a Quick Cure. Miss Nellie Davis , of 121G Michigan avenue , Kansas City , Mo. , society lend er 'and club wom an , writes : "I can not say too much...

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

Baking MaJkes Cleev.rBrea d With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands , no sweat of the brow. Perfect cleanliness , greatest facility , sweet , clean , healthful food. Full instructions in the ff Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" book for making all kinds of bread , biscuit and cake with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address. POV.JL BAKIWG POV'DER CO , 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW YORK. E. E. ( RriE ) KOGERS. ) A. E. ( Airr ) ROOEKS. J. JS. ( BuitT ) BLAXCIIARD ) X. R. ( NEWT ) BRYSOX Omalia Live Stock CAPITAL } 20OOO. < 10. Rcoms 14:1-14:3 : 1st floor Exchange Bld < . r. Long distance 'phone 1219 * V.J * ' A References : Union Stock Yards National Bank. We buy and sell live stock on commission. Solicit your consignments and correspondence. Let us kno'.v what you have and when you expect to ship. THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT 1. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , Agent. rvOTICJES. Notice to Non-Resident Defendants To Charles Dodson....

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 September 1904

r VALENTINE CRAT VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBER 15 , 1904 NUMBER 35 * and Am a I * munition.I 4 ? . 4 ? ft ftft As the hand wish to ft hunting season is now at we ftft call your attention to our line of sporting goods , ftft = & < ? including guns , hunting coats , caps , etc. "We car ftft ry a complete line of guns , some of which are the ftft ftft L. C. Smith. Stevens , Ithica ; Hopkins , Allen , Forehand and Winchester makes , * * all standard guns ; also , rifles and revolvers various ftft kinds , including Luger and Cojt's automatic re volvers , and the 22-cal. Winchester automatic rifle. ftft 49 ' ft ftft "We also carry the largest and most complete v ft ftft ft ftft < S9 Winchester and U. M. C. ftft Ammunition of all kinds. 49 49 J MAKE US A CALL BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE II 49 49 49 JRED "FRONT MERC. C0. * < of & ft CfOfCfOfOfOfC CfOrCfCfCf ZfZ3 * iZ SEE THOSE fc . and the best on earth for $1.50. | i-l fe A Six Page Noiseless Slate given with each ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 September 1904

fi The Valentine Democrat X'ALENTINE , NEB. I. M. RICE , Publisher TRAIN IS HELD UP ROBBERS STEAL S7.000 FROM CANADIAN PACIFIC. They Fled to the United States- Bandits Now Believed to be Safely Across the Bordei Robbery Was Planned to the Minutest Detail. A special from Winnipeg. Manitoba , says : At ! l:30 : o'clock Saturday night the Canadian Pacific westbound transconti nental express was held up by four mask ed men. The holdup occurred four and a half miles west of Mission Junction , in a wooded district. Throe of the men crawl ed over the tender of the locomotive , and at the point of revolvers ordered Engineer Scott to stop the train. They left one man to guard the engineer , the others taking the fireman with them. They com pelled the fireman to uncouple the mail and express car , the fourth standing guard over the train md Conductor War- rell. who attempted to go forward. The rubbers then had the engine and express car run several miles west. Messenger Herbert Smith at first...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 September 1904

The retreat of Russians from Liao- c ; , at first orderly , 'developed into a night to Mukden. Kuropatkin did stop at Mukden , but continued his : fiigiit toward Harbin. His rear guard Was in continuous fighting since the tretreat from Liaoyang began , men fall- Ing by thousands under the terrific fire of the relentless and tireless Japanese. 'Who clung to the retreating army like leeches. The Russians , in dire panic , fled for their lives , abandoning their runs to lighten their burdens , and leav ing their dead where they fell. So trantic was the despairing rush toward Mukden that the Russians were unable to care for their wounded , leaving men , In throes of anguish , lying in the road- Tvnys , to fall into the hands of the Jap anese. Many soldiers , losing their self-con trol under the terrible strain , attempt ed to seek safety by llight. The Rus sian officers. dJishing among the men , used their revolvers freely , shooting down many of them in an attempt to ieep the troops in...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 September 1904

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT t. M RICE EDITOR Thursday , September 15,1904 Entered atttoe Postromce'at Valentine , Cherry county. Nebraika. as Second-class matter. TERMS Subscription $1.00 per year in advance ; 31.50 When not paid in advance. SinRle copies 5c. Display advertislvg 1 inch single column 15c per issue or SC.'iO a year. Local Notice Obituaries , Lodge Resolutlon- ind Socials foi evenue 5c per line per Issue. Brands , IK itches Si.OO per year in advance add itional space § 3-00 per inch per year ; engraved blocks extra ; $1.00 < acli. Parties living outside Cherry county not per tiouall } known are requested to pay in advance 10 per cent add itional 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. PARKER , of New York. For Vice President HENRY G. DAVIS , of West Virginia. For Rep. 6th Cong. Dist. .W. B. McNecl , of North Platte. State Ticket. . For Governor Geo ; AV. Berge , ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 September 1904

\ E _ J > la-i \f \ \JJ\ . I at my place 8 miles northwest of ff \ mraxi a , 3 ffTr I will sell to the highest bidder the following de scribed property to-wit : consisting of 'r 10 head 2 and 3 year old steers. 3 two year old heifers. head of good milch cows. 3 yearling heifers. head of steer calves n Ten teams broke to work , brood mares and drivers , sold singly or in teams 1 new 14 inch breaking plow. 1 cook stove. 2 drags ( new. ) 1 heating stove , ' 2 stirring plows. 10 head of good young hogs. Other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE : All sums of $10.00 and under cash. On sums over § 10.00 a credit of 12 months time will be given on notes bearing 10 per cent interest with approved security , or 5 per cent discount for cash. - " - ft U AT t I I 7 O G. E. TKACBWELL , Auct , MAIL E. VIEKTEL , Clerk. ? aff5&Aar& ' ! SECOKD NATIONAL BANIi , fw * ry nx r * \ \ O Cash to I/ion Coffee users in our Great World's Fair Contest 2131) people get checks , 2133 more ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 September 1904

| NN fM | Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. < * What Young Men Are Thinking About. HAT the young men of to-day are thinking about is indicated in an interesting manner by the statistics of this year's graduating class at Harvard. Law still leads the list of intended occupations , 117 of the young men having chos en it , but every year business claims a growing number of votaries , and this year 84 give them selves to it. Next comes teaching , with 75 disciples , though it is suggested that quite possibly some of these will follow this occupation only temporarily. Then comes civil engineering , with 32'aspirants. Banking claims 28 ; post graduate courses , 24 ; medicine , IS ; mining , 13 ; electrical en gineering , 13 ; architecture , 12 ; railroading , 12 ; journalism. 11 ; the ministry , 8 ; cotton and woole'n manufacturing , 8 ; chemistry , 4 ; real estate , 3 ; diplomatic service , 3 ; art , 1 ; musical composition , 1 ; illustrating newspapers. 1. There ere 78 ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 September 1904

l\ Cavalrymen Who ilido Oxen. , The oddest cavalry In the world Is maintained on the west coast of .Ma dagascar by Governor General J. G. Gallieni. While the French troops in that country are ample to tm-er. tin ; occasional revolutions , the governor general makes use at the native talent for police work in out of the way lo calities. On the west coast of Africa is a tribe of natives , possibly racially connected with tht ; tlovas. who are known as the Sakahova. the most warlike tribe of the country. The na tives , in imitation of French troop ers , organized an oxen cavalry corps , under command of a French olliccr. They are armed with modern long- handled lances or spears and side arms. HAD TO GIVE UP. I SniFercca Agonies from Kidney Disor ders Until Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills. V / George W. Uenoff , of W.I North nth street , Philadelphia. Pa. , a man of good reputation and standing , w r i t e s : "F i v e years ago I Avas suffering so wi'th my back and kid neys that I often h...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 September 1904

Imparts that peculiar lightness , sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake , biscuit , rolls , crusts , etc. , which expert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable by the use of any other leavening agent. Made from Pore , Grape Cream of Tartar. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. : 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW YORK. E. E. ( Rums ) ROGERS. > _ { A. E. ( ART ) ROGERS J. E. ( BURT ) BLANCIIARD $ tin. tf. R. ( NEWT ) BRYSON Omsiia Live Stock Commission Co , , CAPITAL , l Ecoms l-il-143 1st floor Exchange Eldg. Long distance 'phone 1219 References : Union Stock Yards National Bank. We buy and sell live stock on commission. Solicit your consignments and correspondence. Let us know what you have and when you expect to ship. FHE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. BICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , Agent. NOTICES. Notice toNon-EcsidentDefendants To Charles Dodson. Lt imifl T. Burd and Mrs. Lemuel T. Burd , ( lirst ana real name unknown ) : You are hereby notified that on the...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 September 1904

Historical Society * * ' . . - . * f > * * I ' iLJ VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , SEPTEMBER 22. 1904. NUMBER 3G Xr4 4 ? ftto 4 ? As the hunting season is now at hand we wish to toto ca1 ! your attention to our line of sporting goods , toto including guns , hunting coats , caps , etc. We car toto 49 4V ry a complete line of guns , some of which arc the toto T l | | L. C. Smith , Stevens , Ithica , Hopkins , + Q Qw Allen. Forehand and Winchester makes , all standard guns ; also , rifles and revolvers various kinds , including Luger and Colt's automatic re volvers , and the 22-cal. Winchester automatic riile. w s ? ftfr 5 ? ? We also carry the largest and most complete ! * ? to 41W 'Winchester and U , M. C. toto < < ? Ammunition of all kinds. toto to toto to toto to < ? MAKE OS A GALL BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE SX23S233223SI2gSS3SS:3SESE3SSSE5 ! ! : | SEE THOSE y * i i ? - > -4l * y"V r 7 JL < and the best jss Skirt i on earth for SI. d a A Six Page Koiseless Slate giv...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 September 1904

The Valentine Democra VALENTINE , NEB. L M. RICE , Publish * WEECK IN CHICAGI ACCIDENT ON LAKE SHORE ANI MICHIGAN SOUTHERN. Twelve Persons Injured , Seven Fatally Enginemen at Their Post Taken from the Debris Uncon scions , and Engineer May Die. A passenger train on the Lake Shor and Michigan Southern Railroad AVJI wrecked Saturday afternoon at the cros ; ing of the track at Root Street , Chicag < Accounts of the cause of the accidei ; differ , some of the railroad people clain ing that the train ran into an ope switch , and others saying that the locc inotiA'e jumped the track because of broken flange. Twelve persons were injured , and se\ oral of them may die. The train Avas going at a. high rate o speed to make up lost time. The track are elevated and the accident happene < just before the train reached the viaduc crossing over Root Street. The engine left the track , but the for part of the tender struck the end of tin viaduct railing and was torn to pieces The engine plun...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 September 1904

Mukden , tlie ancient royal city of the Mauchus , is the focal point for the world-wide attention centered in the Russo-Japanese war. In successive stages the field of operations has swept across Manchuria. Liaoyang recently Avas the stage for great events. The battle fought there , even though but fragmentary facts are known , is con ceded a place among tlie world's great military struggles. Kuropatkin , in a masterly retreat , forced upon him by the strategy of the enemy , cove-rod for ty miles of sodden roads , saving his army and artillery from total disaster and reached Mukden. Will he make a stand here , or will his weary army lake up the march again to a position ' -farther north ? This is the. question of the hour. A few miles north is Tie Pass , a position adapted by nature for defensive operations. This , say ru mors , is in reality to bo the scene of the next great battle. In fact , a des perate battle has already been reported iherc , but this is now denied. Mukden , whi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 September 1904

V THE VAlElfflNE DEMOCRAT I. M RICE EDITOR ThnrsdaySefetember 23,1904 Entered at the Post-office at Valentine , Cherry county , Nebraslia , as Secon'd-claas matter. Subscription $1.00 per year in advance ; Si.50 When not paid in advance , Single copies 5c. Display advertislvg 1 inch single column 15c per issue or SC.ta year. Local Notices. ' 'bltuaries , Lodge Resolution- ind Socials lor lvenue 5c per lne } per issue. Brands , ijf iuhes-S4.00 per year in advance additional space S3-00per inch peryearengravcd ; blocks extra ; $1.00 each. Parties living outside Cherry county not per aonally 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. PARKER , of New York. "For Vice President 1IEXRY G. DAVIS , of West Virginia. For Rep. 6th Cong. Disk "VV. B. McXeel , of North Platte. State Ticket. For Governor Geo. AV. Berge , ( pop. )...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 September 1904

: : . _ . voro Local , Send in your order for printed stationery to THE DIIOCIAT office and get the best. J. R. Hunter , of Sioux county , was a pleasant caller at this office while in town yesterday. The ladies of the Prcsb.y > erian church will hold their annual bazaar the first week in December. The exact date will be announced later. When you are hungry and want a square meal : when you are tired and desire a comfortable bed and room. < r0 to the Valentine House. Kates § 1.50 per day. Members of the Christian Ed- deavor will give a supper in tteth- el hall , Wednesday evening. Oc tober oth. Supper will be served from 5:30 : to 7:00 : o'clock. Wm. F. Brown , of Crookston , is going to have a sale of his per sonal property Tuesday , the 27th. We printed his sale bill in last week's DEMOCRAT. Look it up and go. A number of Valentine people Wont down to the post yostorday to witness a gatue of ball between the 25th Infantry boys and the Dead wood team. Score 12 to S in favor o...

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