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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 September 1904

f $ f 9 OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS Country and City. PAPER published near the southern boundary of Missouri speaks of the great advantages to naers of the telephone where it has been in troduced. The improvement , it is remarked , "places city and country in immediate com munication , rendering unnecessary four-fifths or uiu tnps that have been made on country roads. " High- .ways may be muddy and'weather stormy , but the world can be rung up according to. the necessities of the mo ment , facilitating business and social life , and saving an Immense amount of time and effort. A marked tendency of the age is to bring the country into closer touch with the centers of population. Electric roads are multiplying aid make their way into neighborhoods that could not hope for steam lines. Rural free delivery of the mails is moving onward with great strides. Over 20,000 routes are in operation. Missouri alone has 1,200. Farmers get their letters and the daily newspapers d...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 September 1904

Batho in Scanty Suits. A party of much-traveled men Avero returning one hot night last week from Manhattan beach .when the conversa tion turned to the salt water bathing customs of the countries they had vis ited. ited.An An Englishman told how the women of his native land took their dip apart from the men and clothod in hideous garments resembling nightgowns. A Frenchman described the bare legged frolics of the gay Parisian Women summering by the sea. An American explained how the sex es , absolutely unclothed , enter the wa ters of Japan , with nothing but bam boo rods to mark the more or less im aginary line dividing the men from the women. "Ah , " interposed the Englishman , "how immodest ! " "Yes , perhaps , " observed a Chris tianized Turk , who was of the party , "but in my country men and women do the same , except that each man and woman preserves modesty by wearing a white mask. " "Suppose , " said the American , "you should wish to bathe without the mask ? " "Ah , " repli...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 September 1904

MH * ( I Because it Slk u > gif vCx 5 > V V i iealtM ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.EV YORK. R. E. CRL-IJE ) ROGERS. ) A. E. ( Airr ) ROGERS J. B. ( BCBT ) BLANCHAKD 5 X. E. ( NEWT ) BRYSON Oniaiia Live Stock Commission CAPIT # - 0,000.00. Ecoms 141-143 1st floor Exchange Bldg. Long distance 'pho'ne 1219 References : Union Stock Yards National Bank. "We buy and sell live stock on commission. Solicit your consignments and correspondence. Let us knov , * what you have and when you expect to ship. FHE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. discount I. M. RICE , Agent. K-I-P-A-K-S Tabulcs Doctors find A good prescription Fur mankind Theccnt package s enouuh lor usual occas sions. The family bottle ( CO cents ) contains a supply for aear. . All drussrist-s sell them . THE NORTH-WEST LINE Only Double Track Jiiilrot l brticcttit Jli sonriJ lvcr ami CItivago. Directlineto Si Paitt-Jliiinenj > - ol in. in.Direct Direct line to Mark llifls. tn ii < 'tirr...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 September 1904

ttistorical Society VALENTINE CRAT. VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA , SEPTEMBER 29. 1904. NUMBER 37 Guns * 49 an 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 As the hunting season is now at hand we wish to 49 call your attention to our line of sporting goods , 49 including guns , hunting coatSj caps , etc. We car 49 ry a complete line of guns , some of which are the 49 . C. Smith , Stevens , Ithica , Hopkins , * Allen , Forehand and Winchester makes , H e ? all standard guns ; also , rifles and revolvers various r & * kinds , including Luger and Colt's automatic re- &fr volvers , and the 22-cal. Winchester automatic riile. JJ We also carry the largest and most complete line oi 49 39 49 19 Winchester and U , M. C. § 9 9 Ammunition of all kinds. 4 * 49 ft 49 ftft 43 9MAKE US A GALL BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE 4 ? ft 49 fc * | RED CFRONT MERC. CO.f * * . . * a-cf o a Q-r a- a- SEE THOSE , E Ladies' Suits and the best I Dress Skirt , on earth for $1.50.f \f \ A Six Page Noiseless Slate given with each...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 September 1904

The Valentine Democrat VALENTINE , NEB. L M. RICE , Publisher AN AWFUL ACCIDENT ttEAD-ON COLLISION ON THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Occurred in Broad Daylight O2 Killed and 12O Injured Disaster Due to Disobedience of Orders One Engineer Was Probably Asleep Running on a roadbed in a supposedly high condition of maintenance , and hav ing about them every safeguard known to : i modern railroad , two trains on the Southern Railyway carrying heavy lists of passengers came together in a fright ful head-on collision near Hodges , Tenn. , Saturday , sending 02 persons to death and injuring 120 , several of whom will probably die. This appalling loss of life and maim ing of the living resulted apparently from the disregarding of orders given to the two trains to meet at a station which for a long time had been their regular meet ing point. This action on the part of the engineer of the westbound train is made more inexplicable by the fact that the accident happened in broad daylight , and according ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 September 1904

I During the past week Oyama gave Ills pursuit of Konropalkln an ? withdrew his forces , which had near Iy reached Mukden , back to the Yen- tail coal mines , twelve miles north of Liaoyang. Since that time there has been no fighting between the armies fcnd little skirmishing. Both sides are Worn out. Furthermore , the Japanese , who are particularly sensitive about their transport arrangements , must now continue their lines to Bentsia- putze , twenty-eight miles southeast of Mukden. Kuroki came to Liaoyang from Feugwangcheng , about seventy miles southeast. Nodzu came along the rail road , and Oku pushed up from Taku- Bhan , a point on the coast about mid- way the railroad and Fengwangcheng. The three armies met and united. Be fore this convergence was effected , Kuroki brought supplies over the high road from Fengwangcheng , Oko over the byroads from Takushan , while Nodzu pushed his carts up both sides of the railway embankment , and had the easiest time of the three. Now that t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 September 1904

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT ! . M RICE EDITOR Thnr8daySeptember 2J > , 1904 Entered at the Post-ofllce at Valentine , Cherry ccQiity. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. TJERM8 Subscription $1.00 per year in advance ; 81.50 When not paid m advance , Single copies 5c. - Display advertislvjj l inch single column 15c per issue or SJ. ( < " a year. Local Notices Obituaries , Lodge Resolution- indSocials for i evenueSc per line per issue. Brands , VA inches S4.00 per year in advance additional space § 3-00 per inch per year ; engraved blocks extra ; Sl.OO each. ' "Farties living outside Cherry county not per sbnally 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 TVe t Virginia. For Rep. Cth Cong. Disk W. B. McNccl , of North Platte. For Senator 14th District C. F....

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 September 1904

Local. Mrs. John Bachelor is ver.y ill with typhoid fever. B. J. Hoffacker and Geo. Marsh were in town this week. "E. H. Bohle was upfrom Bas- sett Tuesday on business. Wrn. Gillaspie and C. J.O'Con- nor , Jr. , drovef in yesterday. A. O. Coleman was in" town yes terday and says he bought it. Earl Higgle has recovered from the measles and is feeling fine. i The road is badly , washedout south of the Borman bridge and j should be fixed. ii i i A cement crossing is being put j across Virginia street on the west side of Main street by Galloway & EricKSon. , H. S. Savage has purchased the. . dwelling of Geo. Hornby on Ma- comb street , now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Post. * i Adam Smith and John Burnett brought in 236 head of cattle from the reservation yesterday and shipped to Omaha. Mrs. Elmore left Monday morn ing for Gordon , to display a line of millinery during the carnival held there this week. ! Dr. Compton , vvho has been suf fering considerably from blood poisoning in his th...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 September 1904

fl * inions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. b A * * : : : * - : AAA4S * $ dbdfcAAAdtAA4fc 4& | * * 8g * W&W VPW * &V&&V&W * & * & W * & * Better Stay at Home. ET the Panama idea out of your head. If you have packed your trunk and thrown up your job , unpack it and ask your former employer to take you back. There are a few thousands of young fellows in this country who have an idea thnt in the construction of the great canal fat jobs will go begging , and that it 1vill be a fine thing to chuck up the $30 a month place on the \arrn and draw $200 every thirty days on tjie great dilch.Applications for places are reaching the Canal Com mission at the rate of 1,000 a day already , in the face of the fact lhat there are no places at the commission's dis posal. Some time there will be a lot of work , and undoubt edly the rate of pay will be high. But you couldn't stand it. There isn't a more pestiferous hole on the globe than that same canal site. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 September 1904

Japanese Dwarf Trees. There lias been a good many rumors j nnd theories as to bow tbe Japanese dwarf trees are prepared in tbe first in stance , but tins is a secret wbicb the Japanese keep carefully to themselves , and even then it is only known among a limited number of families , who hand it do.wn from generation to generation. One account states that a little soil is placed in half an orange from which the inside has been removed. In this soil is placed the seed which it is de sired to grow. As the roots burst through the skin of the orange they are cut with a sharp knife. The process is repeated until the roots evince no further desire to penetrate. The out side of the orange is then varnished with a secret varnish , and the young tree planted in an ornamental pot. Deafness Cannot He Cared by1 local applications , as tliey cannot reach the diseased portion of the car. There Is only one way to euro Deafness , and that Is by constitu tional remedies. Deafness Is caused byanlu- lU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 September 1904

T R. E. ( RUBE ) ROGERS. ) Q "locm ( A. $ J. B. ( BURT ) BLANCHABD ) clIcSITict. O. jj ( NEWT ) BRYSON , Omaha Live Stock Ooioiission / CAPITAL H 20 ,000. 00. Rcoms 14:1-143 1st floor Exchange JBldg. 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. THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual companies pay losses in full. No discount I. M. RICE , Agent. B ; may be eaten without inconvenience cucn by persons isrlth delicate ROYAL EKN3 : CO . NEW VO.K. 1M-P-A-N-S Tabulcs Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Thecent package s enough for usual occas sions. The family bottle ( . < ) cents ) contains a sunnly for a year. All drm'-rists sell them. THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE OnlyDouble Track Itailroiitl ( tc.ticcoi Jlinsottri Klvcr anil Cliicayo. Direct line to St Paiil-JIintieajt- olift. tine to Jllack Hill * . to.ne...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 October 1904

VALENTINE VOLUME XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 0 , 1904 NUMBER 38 ftto to * ? toto As the hunting is at hand wish to * ? season now we to toto 4 ? call your attention to our line of sporting goods , toto 4 ? including guns , hunting coats , caps , etc. "VYe car to ry a complete line of I guns , some of which are the toft | JL. C. Smith. Stevens , Ithica , Hopkins , ftto 49 toft 4 ? Allen , Forehand and Winchester makes , ft 49 5 < j all standard guns ; also , rifles and revolvers various kinds , including Luger and Colt's automatic re- to 5 volvers , and the 22-cal. Winchester automatic rifle. toto 4 ? to 4 ? 4 ? "We also carry the largest and most complete toft 4 ? line oi ft 4 ? Winchester and U , M. C. Ammunition of all kinds. 4 ? toto toto to SHAKE us GAIL BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE toto toto toto to toto to toto to toto to 47 39 ? RED FRONT MERC. CO. toto toft ftto to I SEE THOSE Ladies' Suits * i and the best Dress Skirt on earth for $1.50. ? A Six Page Noiseless Slate give...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 October 1904

The Valentine Demoeral VALENTINE , NEB. I. M. RICE , Publfshei 12 PEOPLE DEOWNEI TOWN OF WATROUS , N. M. , DE- STROYED BY FLOOD. Property Lioss Herious Floods in the Rio Grande Valley , Above and Below Albuquerque , Made Sev eral Hundred Families Homeless The town of Watrous , X.fM. , was de stroyed by the flood , and at least twelv < persons were droAvncd. Among thcs < \vere the three children of J. E. Stevens Felix Villirael , his Avife , two sisters ant several children and O. F. Porter. J. E Stevens and Avife escaped and have beer taken to Las Vogas. They are in a crit ical condition. Many persons wore rescued from tree ; and house tops. The greatest damage "vvas around the junction of Mora am : Sapollo Creeks. The rock crusher , tlu groat iron bridge and much track ai Watrous were washed aAvay. The Gallinas River formed a now chan nel at Las Vegas. In the Gallinas tin. dams of the Aqua Pura Company broke , bringing a terrific flood upon the city. The Montezuma , Hot Sprin...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 October 1904

In some respects the strategical situ ation of the armies in central Manchu ria is now similar to what it was six or eight weeks before the brittle of LLioyang. Tiding and Mukden , the Eussian positions , now correspond to Liaoyang , Haicheng and Tatchekiao then. The Liao valley and the Mongo lian frontier lie to the west of the Russians , as before , while to the east are the same mountain ranges witli the Japanese forcing one after the other the passes that command the most im- portant roads. We still have the great weight of Ok'iTs and Nodzu's armies grimly astride the railroad , preventing any possible expedition to "the relief of Port Arthur , " and at the same time ready to ( leal the sledge-hammer blows that will force the Russians still farther northward when the time comes. We still have Kuroki in touch with the Russians on the east and do- Ing the most important work over the mountain trails. During the week General Kuropat- lin has reported in repeated dispatch es the 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. — 6 October 1904

THE VALENTIN : 1. M HiC EDJTOR Tiinrmlay , October 6. IOO4. Entered at the FostrOfllee at Valentine. Cherry county. Nebraska , as Second-class matter. TERMS Subscription $1.00 per year in advance ; 51.60 When not paid m advance , Single copies 5c. Display advertising l inch single column 15c per issue or Sc " > a year. Local Notict"Obituaries , Lodge Resolution- ind Socials for irevenue 5c per line per issue. Brands , 1H inches $4.00 per year in advance additional spacc$3'00per inch peryearengraved ; bloclts extra ; $1.00 each. Tatties 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 itfarrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. . National Democratic Ticket. ForPresident ALTON B ; PARKER , of New York. For Vice President HENRY G. DAVIS , of West Virginia. For Rep. 6th Cong. Dist. W. B. McNccl , of North Platte. For Senator 14th District C. F. Coffee , of Chadron. State T...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 October 1904

- _ " ' ngi- " " The Valentine Democrat VALENTINE , NEB. J. M. RICE , Publinhez THURSDAY , OCT. 8 , 1004. ' CHATS BY THE WAY. Ex-Governor William PInckney Whyte , of Maryland , is eighty years old , but he is going to stump Maryland and West Virginia for the Democratic ticket. Something of the spirit of ' 7(1 animates Democrats , old and young , this year. It is a splendid sign. It points to victory. * # Hon. True L. Norris , National Com- raitteeman from New Hampshire , had this comment to make on the situation : "A few days ago I should have said that the chances were about even be tween the two candidates. To-day the outlook is so much brighter for the Democrats that I believe Judge Parker a certain winner. HeMvill sweep the States of New York , New Jersey and Connecticut and will carry at least two middle and two mountain States. More than passing strange it is that American products continue to be sold in foreign parts cheaper than at home. Even sewing machines , distinctively ...

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

-specified requirement of incapacity is in effect set aside by Order"Xo. 7S as to all persons over sixty-two. Tlie war closed nearly forty years ago.In the meantime many of our soldiers and sailors long survived the age of sixty-two , and passed away without receiving any pension. Skill ful pension attorneys hunting through the statute failed to find there a pro vision giving a pension to all who had reached sixty-two. Many prominent veterans urged the justice of congres sional action giving a service pension to all veterans. Bills to that effect Avere introduced in Congress. And not until March of this year did any one ever claim to have made the discov erythat the President had power to treat the statute as if it read that when a claimant had passed the age of sixty- two years he is necessarily disabled one-half in ability to perform manual labor and therefore entitled to a pen sion. sion.Tlie Tlie President of the Civil Service Commission , General John C. Black , formerly Commis...

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

J. A. Ganov ? and wife jverc in town from Eiilow precincttoday. Jas. A. Barwick , the wet weath er man , left for Philadelphia this morning. Wm. Ballard and his friend , G. M. Campbell of Omaha , were in town yesterday. The latter has a 6iO acre homestead south of town. Miss Frances Harden accom panied her aunt , Mrs. Pease , to Wagner , S. D. , Monday of last week and will teach school in Charles Mix county. P. H. Young , GA. . Chapman , John Bachelor , Steve and Ed Estes and several others went down to Omaha with the two train loads of cattle Monday and Tuesday. Dr. J. M. Perrigo was in town yesterday , and today went up to Kosebud. He returns tomorrow and will be at the Donoher hotel Saturday to do professional work as an oculist and neurologist. Edward Lewis , of the Chi Psi Cattle Co , , was in town yesterday and tells us that he recovered his horses as advertised in the DEMO- CUAT , at Johnstown. Mr. Lewis is a wide awake man and reported his loss at once to the publicity depa...

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

"Why Ho Wanted a Desk. For Quanah , an Intelligent and pop ular Comanche chief , the cattlemen around Fort Worth , Tex. , built a house and furnished it. They were rather puzzled when he told them that the first article of furniture he wanted was n roller desk. "What can you do with a roller desk , QuanahY" they said. "You can't write. " ' "Oh , I want 'em , " said Quanaha-You see , I open desk , an' I sit dowii in my chair , an' I put my feet up on desk , on * I light my scegar , an' I hoi' news- pappr up front o' me , like this sabc ? Then white man come in , an' he knock at door , an' he say , 'Quanah , I wan' lalk f. you a minute. ' And I turn 'roun * in ! ! ! > ' clinir. sin' puff lot o' smoke 'n his r.vo. mi' I : say : 'Go 'way ! I ve'y busy t'd'v : ! ' " Snro Cure at Linst. Monticello , Miss. . Oct. 3. ( Special. > Liwrence County is almost daily in ; receipt of fresh evidence that a sure 'cure ' for all Kidney Troubles has at la t been found , and that cure is Dodd's K...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 6 October 1904

THE POPE'S PHYSICIAN ENDOESES AIT AMESIOAU REMEDY. Dr. Lapponi ZJucs Dr.TTilllama' Pink Pllla In Ilia Practice Because Results Moot Ills Expectations. Dr. Lapponi , tho famous physician to the Vatican , whose name has recently come so greatly to the front on account of his unremitting attention to His Holiness , the late Pope Leo XIII , mid the high esteem , and confidence with which he is regarded by the present Pope , His Holiness Pius X , is a man of commanding genius. He is more than a mere man of science ; ho is a man of original and independent mind. TJii- trammeled by the "etiquette" of tho medical profession and having used Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People in his practice with good results , he freely avows tho facts and endorses tho value of this remedyvith an authority which no one will venture to question. Or. Lapponi's Letter. "I certify that I have used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in four cases of the simple anaemia of develop ment. After a few weeks of treat ment...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
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