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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 12 January 1905

O FV IJ I l ? Port Arthur lias surrendered. Ex hausted by months of almost constant fighting , decimated by disease and casualties and hopelessly s"alccl in its rock fortress , the gallant garrison yielded to its gallant besiegers and the end i.s now written of the most dra matic war incident of modern times. Port Arthur surrendered at 9 o'clock Sunday night. The capitulation was preceded by a letter from General Stoessel to General Nogi , asking under what terms he would be allowed to turn over the stronghold and his Iruons. Xogi's demands were agreed to. The fall of the fortress was preceded by : in attack on the main chain of forin which there was a terrific explosion , followed by the upheaval of a hge pilhir of earth and stones. A mine had been successfully exploded at the northeast corner of the main de fense , which , in its collapse , buried a number of the devoted garrison. A second explosion was heard directly afterward from the interior of the fort , and a Japanese stormi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 12 January 1905

1 ALWAYS CALL FOR A CIGAR BY ITS NAME f MEANS MORE THAN ANY OTHER NAME I EROV7N BAIiDS GOOD FOR PRESENTS "Largeit Seller In th World. " Our Toial Population. The total population enumerated by the twelfth censusvis 7 < V5US7. : but while the area of enumeration covered Alaska and Hawaii it did not include Porto Kico. the Philippines , ( Juani < .r Samoa. The population of th-'se new ly acquired is'a"ds Ins , however , been "ascertained partly by ivtliiritis and partly by special censuses. Including tlusi. ' estimates , the t , tal population of the United States and its outlying po.s- Bissious in IDOO was * us follows : Area of enumeration 7GoOnP.S7 Philippine Islands 0,1)151. ) : ' > : ] ' . ) Porto Kico { )724 : \ : \ Guam 5)OUU ) Samoa 0,100 Total 81/JJU.OOU : The only countries surpassing the United States in number of inhabitants are the Chinese Empire , the Brit Mi Empire , the Russian Empire , and prob ably France , with the inclusion of its African po.-siscions. Fro...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 12 January 1905

HH ! K RFE EDIT08 IT * i , : I POWDER Absolutely Pore HAS IfD SUBSTITUTE NOXICE . Koticc to Creditors. I TATH Or * ( RnRJLl A I _ . ID tb County Ov r cotr > TT. f Ceart. tke . uotiifd.TkHtl _ C * t Itooot la VaUntiu * IB laid county1 ; It * Mih 4 y et January. I8 * l 1 ° o'clock a wiUi tl W to their adii toi't and Tb time United tor tn K * B' * _ afalntrt naid e at * in b U dur of X O l 0 * and the time HnalM > 4 lor put- t t 4M U oi year from atd Utb ( U ) of my hand ANtf thf KM ) f < * ld .v laH. W. E T < WMC , * County Ju4f . la tke Dirtrlct Court of Cherry Coun ty , Nebraska. TB tk M tt r of the adoption of Joseph Mon- rocHu < 04i , minor chlid. All p r on inter * t % d wl I take notlcv that on Uir-fc&ul daof lV * tnrirr.lW4 ; J 'nea M.Hurlsoi nl vtfe tl 4 thf Ir f titi > n rr ib i a'ioptlou o MM b Monroe Uud m arid tmut UHi.tr & * rd Irjr bCount > Ourt at the < ouniy B OK ID said county.u th 3Kb tUy of 6 at 10 o'clock a m. . nt wnion tlm objectio...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 19 January 1905

Historical Society rii ALEiNT If VOLUME VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. JANUARY 19 , 1903. NUMBER 1 j I fFine to Cutlery toto * toto to 9 toto toto to toto A fllll lineof Pocket Knives , Fancy Scissors and < K Shears , Skates and Silver Ware. 4 ? 4) "We carry the most com- 4ji plote line of cutlery shown DV in the town , including Simmons' "Keen Kutter" < 5 Pocket Knives and the | | 4iClauss" brand Shears. 4 $ Both lines are fully guar- 'anteed to be the best , and q ) if not found satisfactory 4\in every way , are ex- S changeable. We also carry a complete Mneof "Klipper Klub" 4 ? f/ u > -.5 J - . . - Skates , all sixes and prices , * Q > ' f ; 6m4l o - - - - : \ Skate Sharpeners , Skate 49 ' " l _ _ _ lKLiFpfF - . ? HLUft _ 2I ? ! " Straps , Skate I3a < ; rs , etc. , etc. Call and inspect our line of Rochester's famous Nickle J ? Plated Copper Ware , including Tea Pots , Tea Kettles , Cuspi- to S dors , Trays , Baking Dishes , Chafiing Dishes , etc. Also our 4 line of Silver w...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 19 January 1905

The Valentine Democrat VALENTINE , NEQ. 1. M. HICK , PabllHhcr IS BEKT IN TWAIN NATIONAL LIVE STOCK ASSO CIATION SPLITS. Cattle Growers Form New Associa- thjn , While Sheep Growers , Com mission Men and Stock Vard In terests Remain with the Old Jiody The National Live Stock Association \vus rent in twain at Denver , Colo. , Fri day by the adoption of a new constitu tion which admitted the packers to mem bership and piovidcd an open door through which the railroads of the coun try may at any time become factors in the control of the organization. The cattle , horse and swine growers , together with representatives of some if the alliliated industries , refused to a give i to the new constitution , withdrew when they considered its adoption probable , and Friday afternoon formed a new or ganization tinder the name of the Amer ican Stock Growers' Association , whose aim it wn be to wield a dominant influ ence in the interest of the cattle grower. Roughly speaking , the sheep growers , ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 19 January 1905

Legislative. * HOUSE. re The1 house , after its recess since last I Thursday afternoon , reconvened at 11 a. m. Tuesday. These bills were introduced in the house Tuesday : ' By Burns , of Lancaster , act to cure the defect of the law permitting state , county and local officers to give surety bonds. By MeMnllcn , of Gage , act to provide U. for election of precinct , township : md . ward assessors in the counties and cities. By Windham , of Cass , to cm power su preme court to appoint six commissioners to serve two years , unless summarily re moved by unanimous vote of the court. By Whitham , of Johnson , to provide for Hie election of precinct assessors to serve for four years. By Kyd , of Gage , authorizing the pub lication of laws on a plan uniform with the annotated statutes. By Kyd , of Gage , to authorize the preparation of jury lists in counties of 30.000 instead of (50K)0 ( ( ) population. By Dodge , of Douglas , to provide for primary elections. By Dodge , of Douglas , to g...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 19 January 1905

THE VALENTINE OEMW I. M RICE EDITOW Th rft4aj , January 19 , 19O3 Fortoffice M VfttontlM , Cherry raftr. Btebnrta , M SMond-clMa matter. J TERMS Bubfldlpttott ll.oo per year m advance ; $1.60 Wfcea not paid ID adrance , Single copies 5c. Dfrtrt 7 advertlHlsR l loch single column iBc pr tesne er 18.60 a year. Leoal Notloef , Obituaries , Lodge Resolution - K&iHoclaliforrerenuefic per line per lisue. Fronds , * : he $4.00 per year in adrance tthUtioftal BPCMX * c.J-eoper Inch per year jenRmred fcloots extra : $1.00 wich. Fartiec IWng ontolde Cherry county not per enally known are requested to pay la advance 18 per cent additional to above rates If overs eatfcs ! arrears. Notlooa ol IOSMS of Btock free to brand adver- the time has arrived when it is in order to tender advice to tfao Nebraska legislature. Valen tine Republican. Dutifully we act on the suggest ion and take us the weighty bur- don. Under the decisions of the supreme court there is not a phy sical possibility of securi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 19 January 1905

More Local. Mrs. Clarence Sa eser is verj ? ill the pa&t few days. Mrs. Carpenter has been quite ill the past two weeks. Dr. Lewis is recovering from pneumonia and today was able te sit up. Mrs. Claude Jones and baby have beeii ill the pa&t week but are bettor. Frank Fischer is suffering some from a cold and soreness m his side and back. Mr. 13eatty's concert is > aunounc- for Wednesday night , Feb. i , at "the M. E. church. Al I'tiacher is still unable to be up and aboul and is reported about the same or possibly weaker tiiau last week. We want corre&poudeuts who will be as laithtul in sending in the news as tuose we have now. It anyone knows of ail item of news bend 1C m. Peter Porath of Eiege called last Friday while m town to order the Democrat sent to Porath Bros , and also paid subscription of his father and a , sister. The Meistersingei'o sung to a good aiidieucw at the church last Friday night. \ \ e regret that we did not Know ot their cummg soon enough to no...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 19 January 1905

Mnklnj > the Oat Useful. Making the cat act as a plumbing Inspector was the ingenious feat of a Phidladelphia woman , eaj's the Record , of that city. This woman had noticed that one of the pipes connected with the washstaud in her bnthroom leaked , lid she wished to locate the leak pre cisely without tearing out any more of the wall than was needful. She shut her cat up in the room di rectly below the bath-room , and in the basin of the defective wash-stmd : she poured a vial of the oil of valerian. Cats are excessively fond of the odor of valerian. After the cat had been in the room a few minutes it began tc purr. Puiring , it crossed the room , set tied itself on the floor with its face to one spot on the wall , and here its misiiess found it when she came inl * the room , its nose glued to the spot Knitting and purring ecstatically. TIif wail was opened at that point and there , sure enough , the leak was for : d. The valerian had trickled h at that point , to the delight of ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 19 January 1905

F UFFOEO SO COMMON IN WINTER. m mw wv-tw K * s ANriSV/lLSOH A PLAIN TALK On a Plain Subject in Plain Language. The coming winter will cause at least one-half of the women to have catarrh , colds ' , coughs , pneumonia or consump tion. Thousands of women will lose theirlivesi _ - ml tens of thousands will acquire some chronic ail- KEEP im nt from which they will PERUNA never recover. IN THE Inless you take the noc- HOUSE oss.iry precautions , the are that you ( who read this ) will be one of tho unfortu nate ones. Little or no risk need be run if I'ernna is kept in the house and at the first appearance of any symptom of catarrh taken as directed on the bottle. Peruna is a safeguard , a preventntive. n specific , a cure for all enses of catarrh , acute and chronic , coughs , colds , con sumption , etc. For free medical advice , address Dr. S. li. Hartmnn. President of The Hart- man Sanitarium. Columbus , Ohio. K to IJoaht Of. Bifkins 1 rion't think much of Mrs. Googoo's ability as a m...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 19 January 1905

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I. K. RICE EDI10R Matual coaipaniefl payJoraefl in full , to diicwint I. M. Rica , Agent. A MATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS MO SUBSTITUTE I NOTICES. In tlie County Court of Cherry Coun ty , Nebraska. In tfce matter of the adoption of Joseph Mou- ro Hndson , a minor child. All person H intereHted nill take notice that on 3end day of December.l904.JameB M.Hudson wife lied their petition f < r th adoption of Joseph Monroe Hudson und that matter will bo beard by ih County Court at thei-ounty Court Room in said county on theanth day of 1900 at 10 o'clock a m. . at wnioii time place object kins to aaid proposed adoption b beard. It It further ordered that ervl * { thw notice be haw by publication of the same each wvek for four successive weeks in the ValetitAne Dem'tcrat , a newspaper printed in Uri cuuaty. Witneca my hai d and official soal this 5th day of Januwy , 1003. SEAL W. K.TOWXK. -r 014 County In the Dietrlct Court of the Fifteenth Judicial D...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 26 January 1905

I1 Society tfisto * / * w THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT VOLUME XX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. JANUARY 20 , 1905. NUMBER 3 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 4 ? * Pocket Knives , Fancy Scissors and ] $ ' Shears , Skates and Silver "Ware , 49 4 % AYe carry the most corn- . 49 plete line of cutlery shown Jin the town , including < 8 Simmons' "Keen Kutter" 49 Pocket Knives and the J | ' * Clauss" brand Shears. < ? Both lines are fully gnar- ? * 49 anteed to be the best , and Sif not found satisfactory 45in every way , are ex- . _ f * * i ii i .m ii fr iBJM iiM-fMTMrgrTM $ changeable. AVe also carry a complete line of "Klipper Klub" Skates , all sizes and prices , Skate Sharpaners , Skate Straps , Skate Ba s , etc. , etc. Call and inspect our line of Rochester's famous Xickle 49 Plated Copper Ware , including Tea Pots , Tea Kettles , Cuspi- 3 , Trays , Baking Dishes , Chafiing Dishes , etc. Also our of Silver ware. Be 49 sure to make us a call be- J ? fore purchasing your holi- 43 day gifts. Remember. 7 Come to t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 26 January 1905

The Valentine Democrat 1 VALENTINE , NEB. L M. RICE , - - - Publisher REEDS BUT A SPARK RUSSIA SITS UPON A DANGER. OUS MAGAZINE. On Verge of a Revolution Hall' of St. Petersburg in Darkness Keiu 1'orcemcn.ts Called Out and Stern Precautionary Measures' Taken. A proclamation , was issued nt St. Pe tersburg Saturday morning forbidding all assemblages or other deinoiistrations in 1 the city and warning well disposed work men and other private individuals to 1 avoid gatherings , as the authorities are determined to break up and disperse meetings imperiling public asfety. The proclamation is printed in the Po lice Messenger , which is the only publi cation appearing , the police having forced the printers to remain at work un til the paper appeared. With the Russian capital seemingly on the verge of an incipient , revolution , thousands of workmen parading the streets , agitators and fanatics sowing the seeds of disorder , half the city hi darkness and without tire protection owing to wa...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 26 January 1905

Legislative C , Cr ref j > iirj ( , * / r. _ * HOUSE. Th , house was in .session just lliirly- five minutes Monday. It convened : il 2 1 > - ni. : ud adjourned at 2"i to meet iigain : u the regular hour , 10 a. m. Tues day. day.Aside Aside fioni Ihe inl rnduclion of the following bills not Sling was done : Jackson , of Antelope , a joint reso- auihorh'.ing tie ! governor to enter -ign a compact with the governor of South Dakota , as agivcd upon by a com mittee appointed , to fithe boundaries lielwccirsaid stales a I certain points. By Ilorton. of K < .Va Paha , to permit si reguiarly registered physician to gne liis own medicines wh'iie there is no druggist in Use community. The house engagid in a highly interest ing discussion on economy Tr.esd.iy morning. A resolution by Barnes , of Douglas , causul it. Tliis resolution pro- vidrd thai employes of the house should draw their pay for .six day.s in th" week without making reference to any idle days. The pay , incidentally ,...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 26 January 1905

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT . - * I. M RICE EDITOR Tkmnday , January 80 , JL O3. Entered at the Post-office at Valentine. Chen ? rooty , Jfobntka , M Second-class matter. TERMS Subscription fl.OO per year in advance ; SI w Wtan not paid in advance. Single copies 5c. Display advertlBlaR 1 Inch single column IS ? fet Issue or 16.00 a year. Local Notices , Obituaries , Lodge Resolution ind Socials for revenue 5c per line per Issue Prands. 1J < I 'bes $4.00 perear In advanw additional apac < < 3-90 per Inch per year ; ongraved Uocfca extra ; $1.00 wch. FartlM living outside Cherry county not per oaally known are requested to pay IB advance 10 per cent additional to above rates If over * : months ID arrears. Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver tisers. The Lynch Journal goes into acataciea over the election of Bur kett for U. S. senator in four dif ferent articles , In the same issue that paper speaks of Gov. Folk's stand against lobbying at the stato capjtol and thinks it ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 26 January 1905

u * . More Local. "Second Thoughts" at the court house Saturday night , Jan. 28. See Dr. 1. W. Mefferd , the eye specialist , in town January 30 , at the Chicago hotel. Bit Peiper , John Spall , Mr. Thacher and Ped < Jicord were in from Simeon yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. James Sheparcl returned the first of the week from a month's visit with relatives and in Furnas county. D. D. Dunn and wife stayed in town over night with Mr. and Mrs. Randall to take in the M.W. A. meeting last night. J. 0. Beatfcy's concert .will be giv en in the M. E. church next Wednes li day night , Feb. 1st. If you don't come you'll he sorry when you see your shadow next day. R. Quiscnbery is visiting his parents in Southern Missouri in the Ozark mountains at Norwood , the past month. He writes us that it is cold there too. Charles Reece returned last Sat urday night from Lincoln , Xobr. , where he spent a week looking at fine stock and hearing lectures on stockraising and dairying by load ing authorities. Mark...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 26 January 1905

OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS T&e Distressing Abuse of Christmas Presents. ANY people will sympathize with a writer in the Nineteenth Century , who complains that the custom of gift-making has degenerated into a system of barter. liontrue this is we all must realize with the approach of Chrismas * and the shopping it entails. Pretty soon we shai ! sit down some morning , look over our memoranda , find oil : who sent us presents last Christmas , remember was the approximate cost of each , and tho ; : start on a. ton : of the shops to purchase gifts of about the same va ! , : And these we shall send to our creJitor friends witli M written message of Christian charity and holiday goo.l : ; eer , but heaving over each parcel a heavy sigh of relief ; ' ! -it this is off our minds and we are even. Nor is that the worst of it , for very often we seriously cmh.irrass our finances by paying our obligations of this sort : \ ' . \ . \ m.iny a bill collector has made a man'...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 26 January 1905

I'v I'vJ ! Y V/orld of Medicine La Grippe is EpUiattiic Catarrh. IT glares no class or nationality. Tlie cultured and the ignorant , the aristo crat and the pauper , the masses and the classes arc alike subject to la None are exempt all are liable. ( Jrip is well name ; ! . Th > _ _ , . . .u. French term , la grippe , h.fteh 'short ened by the busy American to read ; WithouL intending to do so , a new word has been coined that exactly describes the case. As if some hideous giant with awful grip had clutched us in its fatal clasp. Men. women , children , whole towns and cities are caught in the baneful griy t > f a terrible monster. Have you the grip ? Or. rather , has the grip got you ? If so , read the follow ing letters. These testimonials speak for them selves as to the etl.cacy of Peruna in cases of la grippe or its after-effects : A Southern Jud c Cured. Judge Horatio .7. ( Joss. Ilartwell. Ga. . writes : "Some five or six years ago I hsid a very severe spell of grip , wh...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 26 January 1905

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT t. M. RICE EDITOR Mutual coapanlee pay lessee in full , fit dfecoant I. M. RICH , Agent. A MATTER OFHiALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure HASKO SUBSTITUTE Ordcrof Hearlnir nnl Notice on I'etit- Ion for Settlement of Account. In the County Court of Cherry County Neb raska. KTATKOF NBimASKa G UXTT OK CHEKRV t ° ° To the boirs and to all nersons Interested in tlie BMtnte of Sylvester K. Orr , deceased : ON reading tne petition of Hugh Boyer. ad ministrator , praying a final settlement , and ' - rovrABC * of his account fll d in this court on the S th day of January. 1W. > . It to hereby orderedthat , you , and all per- interested in said matter , may. and do. ap- the uounty Court to be held In and for ty on the 10th day of February , A.D 1C05 'clock a. m..to show cause , if any there 1 . xrhy tlie prayer of the petitioner should not i be ent d , and , that notice of the pendency of { tibtd petition and that the hearing thereof be Riven to all persons interested in sai...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat — 2 February 1905

ll'M b VOLUME VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. " FEBRUARY ' 2 , 1905. NUMBERS I 11 toto to toto to toto to toto to A full line of toto to Pocket Knives , Fancy Scissors and toto Shears , Skates and Silver Ware , to TG carry the most com- plcte line of cutlery sho\vn in the to\vn , including < 3i Simmons' "Keen Kutter" J ) Pocket Knives and the % i * . _ . . . . bnmd ghears > & Both lines are fully guar- * 'anteed to be the best , and if not found satisfactory in every way , are ex- toto to changeable. AVe also carry a complete 'ineof ' "Klipper Klub" toto j / * - , Q M , - ty Skates , all sizes and prices , toto | j " \ Skate Sharpeners , Skate toto ? -S ippErKLun' l Straps , Skate Bags , etc. , etc. toto 5 ? to $ Call and inspect our line of Rochester's famous Nickle toto 4V Plated Copper AArare , including Tea Pots , Tea Kettles , Cuspi toto 9 dors , Trays , Baking Dishes , Chaiiing Dishes , etc. Also our to . , line of Silver ware. Be * Ssure to make us a call be- ? ? fore purchasi...

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