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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 December 1904

The Valentine Democra VALENTINE , NEB. L M. RICE , Publish ( BOTH AEE INDICTE DR. CHADWICK AND WIFE AF CHARGED WITH FORGERY. Ho is on His Way Home from Pai Will be Met in New York by tl Sheriff , Who Will Have Extrad tion Papers Prepared. Dr. Leroy S. ChadAA'ick and his wi ; Mrs. Cassie L. ChadAvick. were joint indicted by the county grand jury Cleveland , O. , Thursday afternoon < the charge of having forged and utter a $ r ,000,000 note signed by AndreAV O negie. Dr. ChadAviek' is HOAV on his AV : from Paris and is expected next We ncsday. As soon as the indictment AV returned Sheriff Barry , of Cuyaho ; County , made arrangements to seen Dr. ChadAvick's extradition. He Avill me tho steamer on its arrival. This is the third time Mrs. ChadAvii lias been indicted by the county grai jury , but it is the first instance of h husband's name appearing in legal pi cecdings in tbe case. Tiie indictments returned against Mi Chadwick are similar to the one vot Thursday , except that they ...

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 December 1904

Fl G-reatest and Most Costly Fire in the City's History Burned for Several Hours During Friday Night. LOSS MAY REACH $3,000,000 More Than Two Blocks in the Center of the Town Are Destroyed by the Fierce and Furious Flames. More than $3,000,000 worth of most valuable property went up in smoke Fri day night in the most disastrous confla gration that Sioux City , la. , has ever sustained. One life is known to have J > oen lost. Approximately two-thirds of the losses sire covered by insurance. Th < > devastating blaze originated in rho li.'isemenl of the Massachusetts block at Fourth and Jackson Streets at 8:10 < iYIock. Tin' Pcllelier Dry Goods Company's = -toic was crowded with Christmas shop- JHM-S when suddenly there was heard an xjilosion. A blight flame sprung up and in a fo.w seconds had enveloped the whole front part of the building. The toys and inflammable goods which littered the > lmw windows wore soon a mass of blaze .and before the fire department could ar r...

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 December 1904

DEMtain ? t M Cfc EDI . Drcrml'i-r 20. r. . : 1.00 p r jesr in advmncw , fl.SO Whoa Mt pol4 in adrance , Single oopta Oc. Bteplay i4rertl l 4t l loch single oelumu 1C JNT * MM * r if , A n r. , ObUuorie * , Lodg * B olaUon per line p r UIIM. IT 'Jw fl.OO pr yer Ic Bdranc * space ? 3-flo per Inch per year ; n rtred * xtr * ; il.flft * ach. llvlBR outuJdf Chfcrry county not p r known are requested to par IB advance 19 per coat additional to above rates If overt moatbfl la Arrears. Notices ot loeies of etoek free to brand advcr- A Huge Burlesque * It certainly is one of the jokes of the season to read about county attorneys in Nebraska assembling ia Lincoln last week to discuss Biethods for fighting railroad cor porations on the tax question. Imaging these valliant pension grabbers armed with railroad pas- sei doing anything toward com pelling the companies to do more than give assurance that their pas- sea will not be taken away from them so long as they keep within iheir own breastwo...

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 December 1904

More Local. Lari , 5 ctMitper yard at E ! im mi's. 50 J. H. Garn-tt. fonnerl.v wiili Sparks Bros , at C'od.x , is tin * nt-vv clerk in Davenport & Thacher's. J. C. McXnrp fallod at thi : of- fiic : , \ c.si.-rd . . \ \ \ \ \ r'loiu Arabia nnd paid his subscription to THE DEMOCRAT. Ed Cowden , a brother-in-law of Dave Peters , came out las't week from Dewey , Kan. , to visit with Dave and family and to look at the country. If Mr. Cowden can find a suitable location he will probably locate in Cherry county. Tho preliminary hearing of the Wood lake boys , charged with using Spanish Fly with criminal intent , was held before Judge Towne last Friday. The charge could not be proven against the boys and the case was dismissed. About 20 woodlake school children were up as witnesses , as well as several older people. The Christmas tree given by Miss O'Shaughnessy last Friday evening was a grand success. It was witnessed b.v a large and well pleased audience. After an ex cellent program S...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 December 1904

Sv INCREASING THE SIZE OF FRUIT. Good sized and large fruit brings a better price and sells more readily in market than small sized fruit. In fact , small sized fruit is most always sold at far below its real value. There are three chiefs things , says Farmers' Review , that the orchardist can do to help his trees produce large fruit. One of these things is to give good cultivation. The system of cultivation should be thorough and should be con tinued year after year and as often each season as it is necessary to keep the weeds down. It Is surprising how quickly the weeds will take possession of a young orchard after tha cultiva tor lias stopped its work. In an old orchard the weeds do not bother so much , as the shade of the trees does not encourage their growth. The best method Is to plow the Innd in the spring , if the orchard is young. Then put in the cultivator and later the harrow , keeping up the cul tivation till tho middle of the summer at least During this time the fruit i...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 December 1904

Dangers in Paper. It Is not a pleasant thought that the brilliant white note paper which your Imnd rests upon may have h. it the fiber from the Hlthy garment of some Egyptian fellah after it lias passed through nil the stages of decay until it is saved by the ragpicker from the gutter of an Egyptian town ; and yet It is a fact that hundreds of tons of Egyptian rags are exported every year into America to supply our paper mills. At Mannheim on the Rhine the American importers have their rag- picking houses , where the rags are collected from all over Europe , the disease-infected Levant not excepted. Our best papers are made of these rags , and our common ones of wood pulp. _ Found nt Last. Ilensley , Ark. , Dec. 26. ( Special. ) That a sure cure for Backache would be a priceless boon to the people , and especially the women of America , ii ; admitted by all interested in medical matters , and Mrs. SueVilliams of this place is certain she has found in Dodd's Kidney Pills the long-loo...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 December 1904

* > M- I I RISE EOi cmpanie pajlossccia full. & Csctoat I. M. BICE , Agefct. * v POWDER -Absolutely Pure HAS MO SUBSTITUTE NOTICES. Notice to Creditors. STATE OP NJ EBRASKAI- . In the Countv co ITT. fM Court. siatter of the * Ute of Christopher C. Ta iu creditors of said estate : TM w Uereby notified. That I will .Hit at the C nty C'-cu t Boom in Valentine In said county , ec U > liUi d y of January , 1006 at 10 o'clock H n. to receive iuxl examine all clums agalnt > t eM estate , w Ha a view to their adjustment and alcvru < ie. Tue time limited for ttie prvjenia ot alulms ajcaluat said estate Is ton 14 day of . L > 1005 and ihe time limited for ptiv- debts Is one year from said IGtti day of Witness my hand and the seal nf said MJLL County ! ourt ttils2l.it day of December v l N. W.KTOWNK , M 4 ' County Judge , Order to Show Cause Why License Should Not Be Granted to Sell Real Property. la tue District Court of Cherry Countj , Ne- In the rna'tcr of tbo petiMon of ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 January 1905

, -0 p ; rsi nn f/ IX'p > U MlIX' ALtfMTIME. NTEBRASK. L .JANUARY f > 1905. NUMBER 51 r Fine f A full line of Pocket KnivesFancy / Scissors and Shears , Skates and Silver Ware , We carry the most com- | 'plete line of cutlery .shown ! ! / ' in the town , including in' ! ) / & Simmons' "Keen Kutter" & J Pocket Knives and the "Clauss" brand Shears. 4ii Both lines are. fully gut- ! ? j ? an teed to be tl\c bc':3fcy a d if not found satifjfacfoiy < & in every way , "are < cx- . . { Schangeaule. "SVe also carrt a complete line of ' 'Klipper Klub" Skates , all sixes and prices , % K Skate Sharpeners , Skate -i 2 Pp R" r/r J Straps , Skate Bags , etc. , etc. H Call and inspect ou * line of Rochester's famous Nickle < ? Plated Copper Ware , incliding Tea Pots , Tea Kettles , Cuspi- H dors , Trays , Baking Dishts , Chafiing Dishes , etc. Also our 4 line of Silver ware. Be 4 ? sure to make us a call be * . . ' ' d sjiig ffs. 'T pgr'i fore purchasing your holi- fj da...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 January 1905

The Valentine Democrat VALENTINE , NEB. L M. RICE , Publisher COLORADO'S CONTEST SUPREME COURT ORDERS ALL BALLOTS EXAMINED. Id a IMS' Petition is Granted Entire lienver Vote is Under Suspicion Neither Adams IVor Pcabody Want the Ollice Unless Ijr.gnlly'Elected Stretching its hand so as to cast a shadow over every man and woman in any way implicated in election frauds of the city and county of Denver , Colo rado , on , before , or after Nov. 8 , the su ordered aninvesti preme court Friday an- gation so sweeping in its scope that ev ery phase of the election may be scrutin ized and everything that bears in any way upon the election may be made known by judicial inquiry. Alva Adams , Democratic candidate for governor , who appeared from the returns lo have been elected , but who has de clared that he does not want the office laintcd with fraud , asked the court lo open every Denver ballot box , but the order of the court goes beyond the mere examination of flic ballots and provides for...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 January 1905

u * ! < 0ne Hundred Years Ago. Russia and Sweden were negotiating SL subsidiary treaty. | The Haytian army under Emperor Dcssalincs was preparing to ! march against Santo Domingo. j Holland was on the verge jof bank- iTllptCV. The Sac and Fox Indians,1 , ceded to -the United States 80,000 square miles , 600 of which tract was along the Mis sissippi river. ,1 , Much discontent prevailed among the Americans at New Orleans , occa sioned by the former Spanish Governor retaining his troops in the city to act .4is a guard. Seventy-five Years Ago. , Georgia refused to allow-the Indiana to set un an independentgbvoi'nrnent In that State. . , . . Tho Senate rnt'Sod the 1-enties with -the Indians which gove it the ( United i : Statesj8,000,000 acres of Ifnui. ' Notwithstanding the great rejoicings r.5it St. Petersburg over the peace of /Adriaiiople , there was much dissatis- 1 faction because Constantinople had not Ibcen captured. A party of Choctaws attacked a -camp of Osage Indians on 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. — 5 January 1905

; VALENTINE DEMDUR/ / I. M RICE EDITC . January 5. I9O5. RnterwJ at tte ro t-offlce at Valentine , Chtrry . Htbnika , M Bwxiad-elau matter. . TERM * 8orCTHk > n f 1.00 p r y ar IB ad van w ; 9' in Wben not paid to advance. Hlntfe copies 8C- Display advertising 1 Inch single column .5- Issue or tG.OO a year. Local NotlMi , Obituaries , Lodge Resolution ? Md SoclaU ( or Screnue tc per line per issue. Brands , l U Intl s-4.oo per year in advance id < litlo&Al pacaiti * pr Inch par year ; engr T d Mocks extra : $1.00 tadi , FarCM Iltlng'outslde Cherry county not p r ooaUy known are requested to par la advance 10 per cent additional to above rates if overs KOBtb * IB arrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver- The coming legislature should get up another bill for a constitu tional amendment this winter so as to have some more printing for their pets at full legal rates. We must have some way of spending the state money. The last bill cost something like $10,000 for...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 January 1905

Morp ! ocaJ. ( le J. C ( / . Cor.-et , the. best , et made , at Mrs. Ehnore's. " ' / Wm. Walters is sick at George wel 's place in thevest purt K town. Jay Morey has been he Judge Towne in copying records in his office the past week. j Al Thacher has been very sick the past few days. We hope to re- ? port him getting along better next \veek. Geo. Gaskili and his father , Bud Gaakill were in town today. The latter is complaining some of rheumatism. Ed Clark and R. GEasley have formed a partnership for the prac tice of law and have their office over the Red Front. The county commissioners are in session this week attending to county affairs. Yesterday they went down to inspect the Berry bridge. A. H. SteeB and Leonard Piercy , of Kennedy , were in town a couple of days this week. Mr. Piercy sold a bunch of calves and a Pole Angus hull to J , E. Pettycrew this week. . Archie PeUycrew isjiow up an 1 \valking around nnd mending 43 fast as any sick man ever cJUti. iie fias a ravenous appe...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 January 1905

Moving Sidewalk in Paris. A. well-known engineer , AI. Casalon- n. Is BO favorably impressed with the practicability of the moving sidewalk that he has worked out a plan for : i rolling platform running from the Place de la Concorde to the Place de la Uastile. That part of Paris ROW has an omnibus lino , but owing to the crowded condition of the streets the accommodations are very unsatisfac tory. The platform itself would con sist of three parallel parts , running with speeds of 2 , 4 , 5 and 7 miles an Lour , respectively. A passenger walk lug on the third platform could thus flttain a speed of nine to ten miles. The promoters are contemplating even a quadruple platform , making the high er speed as great us twelve to fourteen miles an hour. Shouting Their Praises. Klrklaiul , 111. , .Ian. 2. ( Special. ) CnreJ of the terrible Rheumatic pains that made him a cripple for years , Mr. JUchard 11. Greenhon , an old and re spected resident of this place , is shout ing the praises of th...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 January 1905

Miss Whittaker , a prominent club woman of Savannah , Ga. , tells how she was entirely 'cured of ovarian troubles by the'use of Lydia E , Pinkhamfs Vegetable Compound * "DEAR MRS. PnnorAMi I heartily recommend Eyclia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compou/nl as a Uterine Tonic and Regulator. I suffered for lour years with regularities and Uterine troubles. No one but those who liave experienced this dreadful ago ay can form any idea of the physical and mental misery those endure who aie thus afflicted. Your Vegetable Com- 'jpound cured me within three months. I was fully restored to health and fitrength , and now my periods are regular and painless. What a blessing- is to be able to obtain such a rf-mody when so manv doctors fail to help you. Xydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound fs better than any doctor or medicine I ever had. Very truly yours , Aliss EASY WUITTAKER , 604 39th , St. , \V. Savannah , Ga. " No physician in the world has had such a training or such an amount of information ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 5 January 1905

f > 5 AtLHTM 0MOCR'f I. v : .RISE EDiva Mutual companies pay JOH JCS hi ju.i , ft * Afecptmt - I. M. KICK , Agent. A MATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure US MO SUBSTITUTE NOTICES. Notice to Creditors. L STATK or NKHKAHKA i In the County CKKBKV COUXTY. f' Court. lutbo matter of the estate of Christopher C. iiranhan , deceased : To ( be creditors of said estate : You ar hereby notified. That I will sit at the County Ceurt Room In Valentine in said county w the Utb-day of.January , 1 05 at 10 o'clock a ft. to receive arid examine all claims against 9&IQ citate , with a view to their adjustment and fcllmvaoce. TJie time limiterl for ttie presenta- on of claims against said estate is the 14 dav of JfcBiiary A. I ) . 1905 and the time limited for pay- KOt ot debts is one year from said ICth day of June 1904. 1904.Witness my hand an < i the seal of sn SEAL Countyourt tnis2lntday of December v 1804 , - - W. R TOWNK , 4 * 4 " County Judge , In the Dirtrjpt.Court of Cherry Coun- ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 12 January 1905

s\ T \rr " , t V i -i n , lUtuj Kf1 _ / t * H J&A. PM ; ! . L J _ S a ? XI2 AI KNT1NE NEKRASEA. JANUARY 12. 1905. XT iBEE 53 1 hr Pocket Knives , Fancy Scissors and " & ' Shears , Skates and Sliver Ware , V * We carry the most com plete line of cutlery shown I in the town , including Simmons' "Keen Kutter" Pocket Knives and the "Clauss" brand Shears. Both 'lines are fully guar # anteed to be the best , and if not found satisfactory in every way , are ex changeable. We also carry a complete 'jneof ' "Klipper Klub" Skates , all sizes and prices , * - -u Skate Sharpeners , Skate & Straps , Skate Bags , etc. , etc. & > Call anJ inspect our line of Kochester'.s famous Nickle fi Plated Copper Ware , including Tea Pots , Tea Kettles , Cuspi dors , Trays , Baking Dishes , Ctafiing Dishes , etc. Also our & line of Silver ware. Be sure to make u < ? a call be- - fore purchasing your holi day gifts. Rernernber. Come to the Jps3 * * * f. FRONT C. CO kfr- t I'lV ' * § s...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 12 January 1905

The Valentine Democrat VALENTINE , NEB. [ L H. RICE , PubllHhrr ' NO PEACE hllOPOSAl. j ) ; JAPAN EXPECTS TO CONTINUE WAR WITH VIGOR. Port Arthur is but a Stop No Idea Intervention ia Suggested Every Indication that the ; War Will Go on with Or al. Zeal. mn has made no overture for pence to Itus.sia , directly or indirectly , throng ! the United Stales or : iny other power nnd contemplates no such action , aii'l now Hint Fort Arthur has fallen proposes to press the war in the north all the j more vigorously by reinforcing the .1-ip- Hiie.se armies at Liao Yangvith th preater part of the troops which hav been besieging Port Arthur. Thisin , brief , represents the views of Mr. Kogaro Takahira , the .Japanese minister , who lias recently resumed charge of the legation at Washington af ter a Jong illness at New York. 'The fall of Port Arthur , " said the . minister , "is but a stop in the war that Japan is waging for a principle. Cer tainly it is an important step , but noth ing could b...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 12 January 1905

Organization of Legislature Is ; Accomplished. ROUSE CHOSEN FOR SPEAKER S Placed in Nomination by Chief Opponent , Douglas. MUST MAKE GOOD RECORD Sentiment of Members Is that Good VTorJc Must , be Done and All Corrupting Influences Carefully Avoided. Lincoln : Not a hand was raised ngainst the agreement prepared the night before when the Twenty-ninth session of Nebraska legislature con vened at noon Tuesday. Rouse , the candidate for speaker , and Jennings , the caucus nominee for president pro tern of the senate , with the remainder of the chosen oilicers and employes , were inducted into oilico. ' "Tho people's slogan has triumphed" shouted a little group of members who had determined that the legislators and not the railroads would do the work this time of organizing the legislature. . Mr. Douglas , who made such a strong fight for the speakership and was only defeated at the lust by the indiscreet management of some of his supporters , instead of seeking to extend his inter ests...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 12 January 1905

THE VALENTINE I , M RICE EDIT . January 12. y.3t/rw t tf * Pont-ottto- Valentin * . - * * „ advance ; H.8B Dtoptey a4v rttolBff l lac * tn l ootaam 1M 98.10 - year. Lteal NotkM , Obltuartet , Lodge Reeofadoa- Wi H el ifl f r R renne 0e per line per tune. PIBBA * . IK lodes W. 00 per yew in adraac * ftd4lttoMl * 3B p r Inch per rear ; eotr Te4 Mock * extra ; fl.ta raeh. r&rtiM Itrlajc outride Cherry county not per tentHy known are requested to par in advance 10 per cent additional Co abore ratea If orerfi ontht la arreari. i Kottots of tones of stock tree to bra&d adrer * i The reports from Lincoln on the eve of tho convening legisla ture read more like tho meeting : of some railroad convention than i body of men elected to repre sent the people of Nebraska. Charger and counter charges are being made claiming the organiza tion of both houses is controlled by the Burlington or the Union Pacific-Northwestern combine. It is a shame and a disgrace that our itate should be the pre...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 12 January 1905

TP.trrJL ; ; VLH ALi.,17 'WESTERN MCW IN OPPOSITION f Charge r.j uvaya Vvit'.i Sclr.g Reckon- slbie for Low Pncec Paid oatilo Raisers Packers Vvlll Probably Da Allowed fkeprccentaticn. Denver , Jan. 11. A hot fis&t hs.5 broken out in the ranks oi" the Na tional Live block association over thca % ueBiiou of wlicthor or not railroad 4md packers are to nave representa tion on the governing board of the association. President Fiank Ilagen- barth is in favor of the plan and has urged it strongly. There is a heavy contingent of stockmen , particularly those Irom the west , who are b.uerly opposed to the idea and they are mak ing the fight of their lives to keep the management of their organization aolely in the hands of men who are actively engaged in the handling or care of stock. These men assert that the railroads and packers have , by working together , deprived the west ern stockmen of good prices for their cattle , that their interests are not Identical with those of the stock b...

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