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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 15 October 1896

1 E f r l I I a 1 4 11 M 4nrwrt4n m WEATHER REPORT Q OCTOBER NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER Cold with northerly and north- Westerly winds Blizzards will follow Prepare by buying your clothing boots shoes etc at r i TIM D MAIN STREET S Valentine mGt Our stock in quantity and quality is unexcelled There are no two sides to the question of our prices Theyre the lowest on furnishing goods Just drop in and seo for yourself Lots of goods constantly coming and going Tailoring cleaulug and pressing TINARD VAtfNTltt Barn located on the east side of iown Pirst class rigs and carefuVdrivers Goodaccomraodation for feed ing and stabling C M SAGESER TONSORfAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaing Shop in the W H Moses building HOT ANO GOLD BATHS Valentine Nefcr o w MOREY WATCHMAKER - JEWELER Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles and Musical Instruments 3efofld A jDatidy Thinp to Sell I have been doing so well this summer felling combination Rippers that Ithihk it my 4uty to tell others about it I...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 22 October 1896

It J tr tew - - - Sl i M i JW mrrfci VOL XI THIS AND THAT Comf titf JErciifs Judge Mtlte Oet Si Tlly Glor Oct 24 Crookston Teachers Association -Oct 24 Western Vouchers Association Uct 31 Unlloweft oct 31 Election Day Nov 3 Valeutlee Teachers Association Nov 14 Walentine Markets Onions per bushel - 5c Potatoae Corn v25s Whettt - 39c Oats - 20c Iloge per cwt 2 75 Steeta 2258 00 Cows - 150225 Calves per lb -v 4c IjUvuBF w Eggs per doz - - v 10c 33 S Reeves df Longpine spent Monday in town tP Decory was ever frdm Rosebud oa business Monday G W Burge and son were in from Cass the first of fee week Wajjtbo Fresh milch cow with calf Enquire at this office A H Tingle went from bete to -Gordon ou last nights passenger Walter Shreeve ant II B Clapp vere up fromiSilaeo last Mobdfiy O P Billings populist ctffldidate for the legislature was in town Satur day Rev Bassett mf Norden preached ati the Presbyterian church Sunday morn ing Mrs Creighton is visiting- her daughter iSrs C R Watson this we...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 22 October 1896

i r Pi 1 IB I I J I ifr I h t K ffe fahntine emacmt SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Pbop VALENTINE MRS i jumpag gr NEBRASKA CANT HELP STEALING CASTLE WAS ALWAYS A KLEPTOMANIAC American Woman Under Arrest in London for Shoplifting Has a Mania for Taking Things Which Do Not Belong to Her Cannot Help Stealing San Francisco There are in this city two ladies who have known Mrs Waller Castle all her life They are Mrs Charles D Stearns and Miss Ida Morri son her sister Their home for many years was in Wilmington N C and there it was they were on terms of inti macy with Mrs Castle then Miss Ella Well They were aware at the time that Miss Well had an uncontrollable mania for taking what did not belong to her and they made sworn affidavits stating this fact 10 be sent to London Ella Well was a beautiful and charm ing young woman said Miss Morrison Everyone in Wilmington knew of her unlorlunate weakness hut nevertheless she was a universal favorite She was the bel...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 22 October 1896

r - I lJ i X f DELINQUENT TAX LIST VALENTINE NEBRASKA TUEASUKKKS OFFICE Valentink Neb October 1 1696 j Public notice Is hereby given that I will ac cordlng to law ofTer at public sale at the office of the treasurer of the county of Cherry state of Nebraska on the 5th day of November 1896 and succeeding days commencing at tho hour of 10 oclock a m of said day so much of the follow ing described real estate situated In Cherry countv on which tho taxes for the year 1895 have not been paid as shall bo necessary to pay said -taxes interest penalties and cost of certificate G P CItABB County Treasurer BOILING SPRINGS Twp 83 Bange 83 Deac 8w ne so ne ne so nw se lotl lot 2 nenw bo nw neso nw BO 8W 86 60 SO bw no bo ne ne nw ee nw BWBW be bw ne nw nw nw ncno ce no no so -80 so nw so ew so no bw nw bw BW BW 80 BW lot 3 so nw aw nw ee no ne eo nw bo 8W eo 60 80 ne no nw ne bw ne so no lotl lots nenw so nw 60 aw aw no eo no nw so 8W BO re sw nw bw no bo nw bo no no nwno ee ne oienw no sw nw bw...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 22 October 1896

I- l i tVrwy THE VALENTINE DEM0GR7TT 80CCK3SORT0 CHERRY CCHJNTY INDEPENDENT OBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher tHicial Paper of Cherry tr Nebraska - 100 ler Yeter in Advance 0 PUKLIbHED EEBY THUB3DA1t Catered at the frssiHloe at Valentine Cherry oeoatr Nebraifca as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order ttiS discontinue- is receivedaud all r reara iwpuii in full Adrertfeg rates 50 bents pertach per month Hates per column or for long time ds made known v appli cation to this office THURSDAY OCTOBER 22 1896 democratic Ticket For President WIIIAM JENNINGS BKYAN i Of Lincoln Nebraska For Vice President AltTHUR SEWALL Of Bath Maine Presidential Electors FEED METZ O W PALM P j HALE X PIASGEKL N O ALBERTS S L KOSTRYZE J N CAMPBELL M F HARRINGTON For Governor SILAS A HOLCOMB or Lieutenant Governor J E HARRIS For State Secretary W F PORTER For State Auditor JOHN F CORNELL For State Treasurer MESERVE For Attornev General CJSMYTH For Stat...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 22 October 1896

FA V tfV A THD CLARKE Hdu OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 8TA LEGISLATIVE Rerrcsentetive Flfty serond District Fraul Senator rourcenUi District Henry G htew art Crawford LAND OFFICE Register O Glover Lougpinei Keceiver 1 -A Fike NewiKirt Treasurer COUNTY Jierk Sheriff - l uugC - Cenuty Attorney County Superintendent Surveyor 3erouer Commissioners G F Crabb Geo Elliott Amoa Strong F MiWalcoti hd t Jan- Lillian StoM ChasTsu A Lewi vierfi -A M Dm ham Sullivan Overseers aZ Highways K Hansen and J Raj Constable It Towne Justices of the Peace John Dunn and J Carom Assessor John Dunn VILLAGE Tnwn nnsrrt KK Snarks nrociSent C II Cor nell treasurer T C Hornby cterlc D b Ludwlg and J W Burleleh Marshal ami Water Commissioner R Townr chool District No 1 F Jkl Walcntt president M V Nicholson treasurer J C Pettijohn tarv J W Burleiiih G Crabb and J T Keoley Societies Imp 0 K M littlng Bull Tribe No 22 Improved Order of Red Men meets every second and fourth Friday evening of each month at Davenports Hall Visi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 22 October 1896

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Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 22 October 1896

V f K A REMARKABLE CASE Mrs BJnry Norcn Wife of a Well Known Fcrnier Near Valparaiso Broujjb t liack to Health and Strength by a Popular Remedy Her State ment of the Cure From the Star Valparaiso 2nd The attention of the Star having been t called to several cases of radical cures ef fected by Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale People it was determined to inves tigate some of the more notable of these cases with a view to disseminating exact information on the subject and benefiting others who were suffering Prominent among those who had experienced bene fits from the use of this remedy was men tioned Mrs Mary Noren wife of John Noren a prosperous farmer living north east of Valparaiso Ind and to her a re porter was accordingly dispatched Mrs Noren was found busily engaged in household duties but she found time to detail her experience and waa willing and lv even anxious that the benefits she had felt f v should be told for the benefit of those who UUU bUUULUU AO DUU urn I had been ill ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 22 October 1896

3 UlSEifii V IFOR OCTOBER NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER Cold with northerly and north Westerly winds Blizzards will follow Prepare by buying your clothing brots shoes etc at atiTftWi a lartftv tit m u0 Our stock in quantity and quality is unexcelled There are no two sides to the question of our prices Theyre tho lowest on furnishing goods Just drop in and see Tor yourself Lots of goods constantly comingatfcl going Tailoring cleaning aud pressing D STNARD MAIN STREET VALENTINE NORTHWESTERN LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HIT Kneeland Props Barn located on the east side of town First class rigs and careful drivers Good accommodation for feed ing and stabling C M SAGESER TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W II Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr O W Morey WATCHMAKER kk JEWELER Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles and Musical Instruments Valentine H Baird Co Station A where XebrasJca A Ifanhy Ttiiiig to Self - 1 have been -doing sq well this summer sellin...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1896

hv - i I t L 1 I r - Ul Sk Ck 73L ft A gr FaT m U i Comina Event Democratic Flag Day Oct 31 Western Teachers Association Oct 31 L K Alder Oct 31 Halloween jet 31 Election Day Nov 3 Valentine Teachers Association Nov li Crooksttm Teachers Association Nov 21 ilianksgivlng Nov 26 Vote for Bryan Vote for Porter vote for Cornell Vote for Holcomb Vote for Thurston Vote for C J Smyth Vote early but not often TriE Democrat 1 per year A Thanksgiving dance will be given at Cody Dont neglect voting for the court iouse bonds John Steinbrenhor was down from Kilgore Monday W P Al8ip the brick yard man is in towu this week C H Butler of Prankport Kansas was in town Monday Section men on the railroad will be discharged this week D M Underwood of Fairburn S D was in town Tuesday Mrs Ed Satterlee is visiting her parents here this week Eichard Grooms was in from precinct yesterday Wanted Presh milch cow with calf Enquire at this office Prof Jay Cuaningham was up from -Kennedy the first of the week For...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1896

j fahntine emocrat SUCCESSOIl TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - JiniTOi Pkop VALENTINE NEBRASKA DARING JAIL BREAK SIX DESPERATE MEN ESCAPE JAIL AT LOUISVILLE This Is the Second Jail Delivery in Louisville Within the Past Year Seal Commissioners Report Brit ish Commissioners Concessions Daring Jail Delivery Louisville Ky Another daring jail delivery was perpetrated at the county jail shortly after 5 oclock Sunday and six desperate prisoners made their esoape The delivery was supposed to be a whole sale one in which every prisoner confined on the third floor was to get out but the watchfulness of the turnkeys prevented the escape of all but six All of the men were white and were considered desperate prisoners and who would hesitate at nothing They gained their liberty by scraping the mortar from the bricks in cell No 5 letting the bricks fall into the interior of the cell and in this manner they got a hole large enough for them to elimb through One at a time they made their...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1896

A u v if t J in j i rn 5 I d H U I J f la V 14 r Gtr Pftw V -- Tr f J X THE CASTLE CASE Wealthy San Francisco Merchant and His Wife Accused of Shoplifting A case which has attracted internation al attention is that of Mr and Mrs Wal ter M Castle of San Francisco who have been admitted to 200000 bail in London to await trial for grand larceny The Castles who are wealthy Americans and move in the best society of the Pa cific coast are accused of shoplifting Castle is a member of one of the wealth iest firms in San Francisco and a gradu ate of London University His wife is one of the society leaders of the Golden Gate a woman of gentle disposition and liighly cultured They went to Europe this summer and in September arrived in Xondon They stopped at the Hotel Cecil mS WAXTEK M GABTLK -and their wealth insured them every flt tention The couple often went out on -shopping expeditions One day they vis ited a furriers shop and after examining -the furs left without making a purchase After ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1896

s iW rt RR4llFWBHrtJfl WE VALENTINE ttORAT V SUCCESSOR TO CHERY COUNTY INOEPENPBIT IXOBEBT GOOD Editor and Publlsbor ffieial Paper of Cherry tf Nebraska i100 Ber Irer in Advance T PfrBLIbSKD EVERY THUBSBAV Entered attbe Fohtoffloeat ValefcStne Cherry wuaty Ntn ika as Second class matter seems to be some doubt re 5 fardmg Iowa but Indiana and Illinois are all risht -We cannot restore conndenceiher to -the treasury or to the people with out a change in our present tariff -laws Major McKinley There are those who claim that c the election depends upon the result in - Cook county Illinois Chicago is get- f trag to theffont and New York T will havetotafcoa back seat in politics hereafter Those republicans who ace confident ly figuring on the solid railroad vote foritfceir candidate for president are Sing to be treated to a big surpriso party when the votes areuouatod next c wees A WORD OF WARMING1 promment citizens of carry out the wishes of the people as Bgett thought to work a scheme on...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1896

N i n j r PcnW Cnlverelty rv OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 8TVIE Governor Hilas A Tloloomb Lieutenant Vj rnor Rowrt K Mooru ik crctary ot Sta JpeI A 1 luer Treasurer W Venditor Eugene Moore ucm LaiTdnaad Buildings Oltusjell Attorney ticneral Arthur Churchill Saot Public Instruction Henry It Cprbett L IHirnnom uraana IM Halt Alma E P Holmes rii rce I MaRahuti Kearney iUHull Edgar COXGKKSSIONAL Senator Win V Aoteu HulibOU John U KspreMiitetlvea FlrRtDiul lrtJeisseB Strode Lincoln Btscond 1 H Mercer Omaha lliird Geo D Meiklejolin Fiillerton Fourth K J ai r Aurora Fifth Wtn K Andrews HustuiES O M Keui lirokea Bow JUDICIAL Suprem Court T h Norvai Chief Justice JBarrlpon and Polk asaoclates Fittsentb Judicial Wslrlct M P Klnkald tiWrillf W H Wostovtjr Kushvillo LEGISLATIVE TteprcMntctivo Fifty secoud District Frank BothlciitncrKilgnre - Senator Fourteenth District Heury G fetcw artCruwford LAND OFFICE It GIoer Longpino Receiver J A Fikc Nowjiort COUNTY Treasurer O P Cwbb Jhsrk Geo hlliott Sheriff Am...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1896

H I 1 ik SLATERS RAID It was a cosmopolitan group that sat around the campfires of Slaters Horse The troop numbered twenty men all told drawn from every one of the Anglo-Saxon races of the planet There were Americans Englishmen Cana dians Australians and South Afri cans and they had come from the ends of the earth to take part in such a row as promised to follow when Cuba her flag against that of Spain Their leader was a Virginian there tvasndt a Cuban or a Spaniard in the company and the name of Slaters Troop was a name of terror to the government forces from Pinar del Rio to Sagua la Grande To see them thus encamped no one would have supposed that they were engaged in one of the most daring raids that had been adventured since the war opened in 93 The officers there were but two sat democratically on the ground among their men there was a tinkling of banjos and a mingled sound of confused talking and of jovial free handed profanity The shadows of the men loomed big on the back gro...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1896

i v V ii S IF E- Thoir Turn cd IUin A boar hunt which terminate in a at ouce disappointing and sur prlslng is described by the Portland Orcgonian It occurred in the moun tains of Oregon whither two gentlemen had betaken themselves for a vacation trip Several days were spent in trout fisn Ing Then one of the men expressed i strong desire for a days shooting foi large game They set out the next morning bright and early and aftei hours of fruitless tramping were about returning to camp when suddenly they saw straight before them a brown bear sitting on his haunches under a blue berry bush and gorging himself wittf the berries Both hunters fired and the bear witn an ugly growl disappeared The men hastened after him but were unable to overtake him For half an hour or more they followed the trail Then all at once they came to a clearing In the clearing was a cabin and on the porch of the cabin sat the brown bear with one of its forelegs in a sling The hunters were greatly taken aback as m...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 October 1896

A l WHbyjHMjpHl Will i JUJ i i it CLOAKS Cold tvith northerly and north- - westerly winds BlizzardB will follow Prepare by Buying your clothi og Irftots slioes etc at mm G a gJ Our stock iu quantity and quality is ud excelled There are no two sides to tbfi question of our prices Theyre tie lowest on furnishing goods Just Cttop in and see for yourself Lots of j goods constantly coming and going Tailoring cleaning and pressing DbStnard WAIN STREET VALENTINE NORTH WESTERN LIVERY AND FEED STABLE filTT Kkeekd Peop3 Barn located on the eastsfde of town Pirst class rigs and careful drivers Good accommodation for feed ing and stabling x 0 M SAGESEf TOHSORML ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in tlit W H Mosesbuilding HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valdiiliiiie Nebr O W Morey WATCHMAKER JEWELER Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles aud Musical Instruments - Valentine - Nebraska A Dandy Thing to Sell Iliavo been doing so wellthis summer soiling vxnuuiuauim uipiwra luai i uuuk 11 my aUlJ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1896

D L 4 - rV X yi Ik lx rii VOL XI THIS AND THAT Com ina Events Valentino Teachers Association Nov 14 Crookstoa Teachers Association Nov 21 TlumlvSglving Nov iW When will the suspence end any way Bob Lucas is down from Gordon today Ira Richardson is up from Giliaspie precinct E McDonald is down from Crooks ton today P Sullivan is in from Cody getting election news Enoch Flowers Uosebud to vote came home from Jesse Leanaugh came down from Ohadron this morning J W Burleigh of Simeon was in town a few days this week Horace Speere came down from Xavaca with election returns Lots of fun was occasioned Tuesday when Sitzler swore in his vote C Ii Glover and wife returned from Omaha Monday night after a pleasant visit Prof H Johnson of Cody was a very pleasant caller at headquarters yesterday Dr McConville and wife of Rose bud came over from the agency last evening Mark Zarr came down from Rosebud Agency Monday and returned Wed nesday The Mystic Six seem to be concoc ting some sort of mischie...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1896

I aaa agsPKaawt affiuaiaUMHiiJAMMWJiw wiiwimwimiwi ST JOHNS iV dome draw the chairs arrvtnd the hearth my lad What its but 10 oclock and all is nright 3f I had kept that strength that ouce I had They had been ranged there with the mornings light Just once a year just once poor souls theyre let To cross the old home threshold and to sit Beside the fire and here we dont forget I say theyre ready ere the lamps are lit Put the old grandsires elbow seat the first In the warm corner tat he his own And next the rocker where thy mother nursed Her first born proud as on a monarchs throne And then the little stool that she would draw Close up to me as we sat laughing there And I would make as if I scarcely saw The firelight dancing on her sunny hair Up there at Eno gat the tall grass waves And the red roses glitter in the sun The three tall crosses mark the three green graves Where they lie quiet lifes hot battle done Old mar and matron and unwedded maid For many a weary year of labor gone Bu...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1896

I- H HALLS Vegetable Sicilian HAIR BENEWER Beautifies and restores Gray Hair to its original color and vitality prevents baldness cures itching and dandruff A fine hair dressing E P Hall Co Wops Nashua J fl bom oy an uruggisis The Star Spangled Banner It was 82 years ago or to be more precise Sept 14 1814 that the Star Spangled Banner was written The grand old song was composed amid the clang and excitement of battle in the harbor of Baltimore The story of how Francis Scott Key got his Inspiration for the song is known to every school boy in the laud but Its recent birthday anniversary will be our excuse for publishing it again On the return of the British to their vessels after the destruction of Wash ington they carried with them Dr Beanes an influential physician His friends begged for his release but Ad miral Cockburn refused to give him up and sent him on board the flagship of Admiral Cochrane Francis Scott Key was requested to g to Cochrane and ask for the doctors Trfltase Wit...

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