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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 1 November 1900

if - ti JSWMB yjrSJJ S Cye Bondrrkri Dy HALL CAINE iiiiiiuwj iwMnjiuJiMjiy fatajBaawarsi CxWWWW v Continued Story 1 5 a SYNOPSIS Kachel Jorgeiibon was me only daugh 4 lor of the governor or Iceland She fell In love with and married an Idler Ste phen Orry Her father had other hope So her and In his anger lie disowned her Then orry deserted her and ran away to sea Of this union however a child wai 7orn and Rachel called him Jason Ste phen Orry was heard from In the Isle oi Jian where he was again married and another son was born Rachel died u broken hearted woman but told Jason ol jfcis fathers acts Jason swore to kill Xlm and If not him then his son In the meantime Orry had deserted his ship and Bought refuge in the Isle of Man and leas sheltered by the governor of tht feland Adam Fairbrother prry went 3rom bad to worse and marled a dlsso Jue and their child called Michael Sun Jocks war born The woman died and Orry gave their child to Adam Fair brother who adopted him and he be came ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 1 November 1900

i I S H L ARE RESPONSIBLE for more sickness and suffering than anything else Kidney troubles irritates the nerves makes one dizzy restless sleepless irritable makes one pasw water often during day and compels one to get op during night causes bacf ache takes ambition from you you get weak and waste away William Sweeny cashier Park bank Albany N Y who had been troubled with his kidneys for several years took Cramers Kidney Cure it brought permanent relief and Mr Sweeny has done as much as any other one person to spread the advantages of Cramers Kidney and Liver Cure be fore the world Omaha Neb Jan 19 1900 I firmly believe that I owe my life to Cramers Kidney Cure For two years I suffered with kidney trouble and could find no relief anywhere I spent hundreds of dollars on doctors and medicines I tried Cramers Kidney Cure as a last resort and I wish I had I had followed the advice of friends sooner In less than four months it had made a new man of me I am entirely well and T erive all ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 1 November 1900

Sl V i J4 rt - fc K MS It- 71 rf THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE EDITOR S19Q Per Yetir in Advance PUBLIbHED KVEBY THURSDAY Entered at he Post omoe at Valentine Cherry euftntr Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full FUSION TICKET For President W J BKYAN or E STEVENSON State For Governor W A rOYXTEIt Boone Ior Lleut Qovernor E A GILBERT York For Secretary ol Stato C V SVOBODA How ard ForTreasuroiv S H HOWAKD Holt ForAudltor THEODOKE GKIESSCIay D OLDHAM Buf falo For Commissioner of Public Lands and Build ings UAltEY Saunders For Superintendent ol Public Instruction- C F BECK Burt For Presidential Electors FKANK T KANBOM Silver Republican JUoujfliU KOBKKT OBEItFELDEK Democrat eune L N WENTE Democrat Lancaster JAMES HUGHES Democrat Coliax JOHN ll FELBEK Populist Cedar WILLIAM H GAEKETT PopulLstPhelps W G SWAN Populist Johnson TETElt EBBbON Populist Howard Con...

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 November 1900

f l Iff l l - s V n J fceu i 3HI f v i I AX W m if id ii it1 re A p ii H i - H - i J THE VALENTINE POPULATION OF AMERICAN CITIES The census returns already show that the population of the United States will he about 80 millions The list of the thirty largest cities and their popu lation is as follows Greater New York 3437262 Chicago 1698575 Philadelphia 1293697 St Louis - IV 575238 Boston r 560892 Baltimore n - 508957 Cleveland 381768 Buffalo 352218 San Francisco 342 7g2 V lI101IJlJcLuL - J X LuO Uul lF tJji j J J vl New Orleans 287104 Detroit 282704 MiIwiiiVpp - - 85 318 Washington 278718 TJpwivlr - 94fi 070 XI IU VHUl JJUjV J Cl ii V V JU V J JvLlXo V XJlt Providence 7 175597 ndianapolis 169154 Kansas City T s 163752 St Paul 17 163032 Rochester 162435 Denver 133859 Toledo 131822 Allegheny - 129396 Columbus f 125560 Omaha 102555 Total Yl 13243515 V -- v - 91 - - MAIN COLLEGE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS The building is located on a beautiul campus of five acres just north of the city and ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 November 1900

B iicJf7aNaiEiS J Ml - nrZZZ TrTlBTliirjOEiMMiiii ti hit 1 Mima rnniir i 3 r t i - i i i p ir fl- 1 r z v TEACHERS 2nd term Algebra Advd Grammar Rhetoric raiynnyj ijt Phyl Geoy Natl Philosophy Natl Philosy Botany Civil Govermt Physiology 1 Mentl Arith Elocution General Hist Elocution bfej 3Z each shall answer adefinite purpose and fit students for the occupation they intended fheirTife work Each course above the Teachers leads to the haclielor decree i The studies in each of the courses are arranged with a view to follow the natural development of the mind and also to have those studies on Avhich oth ers depend to come first to prepare students for what is to follow Those de siring to complete any of the prescribed courses will follow the order intended No one however is compelled to follow a course It is not necessary for students to remain consecutive terms in order to complete a course as the classes are so arranged that students may drop out and teach a term or more then return ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 November 1900

f I 1 i t SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING These are taught by a practical experienced writer A great advantage to students whose time is limited is that the corresponding style -a style which is of no practical value is not taught thereby saving two or three months of the students time The Pitman system is taught- The reporting style is taught from the beginning so those wishing to become reporters spend ttwo or three terms on this subject Typwriting can be learned and sufficient speed for good work required in one term Tuition for shorthand and typewriting is 15 for a term of ten weeks and 2 each term for the use of the machine Students may devote all or only part of their time to these classes as they desire w The tuition in this department admits a student to all classes of the regu lar departments Students are assisted in securing good situations SHORTHAND AS A PROFESSION The present methods of conducting business correspondence and legal proceeding call into employment a large army o...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 November 1900

w u J s ft II 4 - itsr 3nvtisr2enpzti0mi nr jtnfi oB4eafM iViiwiaaaaMy V - Y w C A The youngladies aided by the lady members of the faculty have a splendid association which meets every Sunday after noon in the chapel at 3 oclock The president and secretary gladly give advice and assistance to all young ladies who cometo the college Tha two societies have a union meeting once eacn term -an roung people are invited to attend the meetings even it they do not become active members SOCIALS Every other Saturday evening a social is given in the chapel uqder direction of the faculty or some one ofthe College so cieties All students are invited to these socials where proper enter tainment is provided These furnish not only evenings of pleasure but go tohelp yoUng people in various lines of improvement SOME FACTS ABOUT THE COLLEGE Term Your term is ten weeks from the day you enter The work is thorough the courses comprehensive hence the suc cess of its students The school is practical and me...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 November 1900

N 1 l A M r i i THE VALENTINE DtMOGRAf I M RICE fcDITOR ADDITIONAL LOCAL Watch for Republican schemes Do you want to buy land It will pay you to see I M Rice Levi Sparks was down from Cody on business last Saturday M P Brosius offers good wajjes to corn huskers Several wanted C W Bennett and John Lord were in town several days during the past week Miss Ida Stinard has given up her school at Simeon and another teacher is wanted Apply U once to S L Ellis One horse and seven mules will be sold at the Fort on Fridav Nov 2 1900 at 11 oclock a m to the highest bidder for cash they having bpen condemned J R VanBoskirk is out with a let ter to every influential man that we can hear of asking that they support him for senator The president of the stock assoeiation which he boasts of being secretary of is under bonds now for stealing cattle When you feel that life is hardL worth the caudle take a dose of Chamberlains St mack and Liver Tableta They will cleanse wuirstnm ack tone up ur liver an...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 November 1900

- J -1 H - -- I THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I M RICE P 2F J I B J Range Little White River and mouth of Cedar Creek S D r EDITOR Brownlee Nebraska B W Pearson Brownlee Neb On left side Range Swan Lake Brownlee Neb Same as cut Horses same on left shoulder Range Goose Creek S E Orr tor j M Mf j nTigyfTwrfjifcgi Charles H Faulhaber Brownlee Right or left side of cat tle Horse same on left shoulder Left ear cut off of cattle Range ori Loup river WILLIAM FEIiDON Postofflce addresB Brownlee Neb Like cut on either leftsldfor hip also lea siae bin Hore same as cut on left hip 8250 00 RE- tVlUll fnr cnn ontlon of anyone unlawfully handling cattle in tnese Dranas CHAMBERLAIN CO iVjstofllce address Brownlee Neb Branded on either Bide same as on cut also both Jaws mmmMMmJm KKS BVNfl fcTIVtt mmrJ r S ROUSCHE Postofflce address Brownlee Neb On left side or any part of animal Ear markright ear cut off horses branded same on left hip Also has stock branded H on side or shoulder orJKorWorOVL orO or FZ Al...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 November 1900

I w 13 V m I - n tts k e r World Herald Herewith are given extracts from the national democratic platform and the editorial comments of the Omaha Bee the administration and imperialistic organ of this section A perusal of this compilation will convince any one that what the Bee advocated before it felt the force of the party lash or foi other reasons surrendered to the im perialist was embodied in the Kansas City platform So harmonious in sen timent and similar in expression that the one might almost be said to be the echo of the other But comment is un necessary the extracts speak for them selves It cannot but be conceded how ever that an editor who thus diametri cally changes his views recognizes that Jiis expressions are without weight or lie regards his readers as a lot ot credulous numskulls who can be influ enced at pleasure for or against any measure Readers of the paper who cannot see that its course ie an insult to their Intelligence are indeed dull of comprehension and mor...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 2 November 1900

r w v i sstey i f Valentine Neb Cattle branded on left lit p horses the same Range zn Dry Val ley Valentine Nebr State Brand reg istered IKM Cattle and horses branded tame as cut ou left hip llange 2 miles east of Ft Nio brara No 411 Cattle branded same as cut on left side or left hip Horses same on Ielt shoulder Range South ol Gordon Creek a ST ev vu Royal Powder Makes The Food More Healthful R M Ftiddis Co Postofllce address Valentine or Kennedy Neb il J i i BE Pnsttifflrtfi address K HANSON sCattlrt branded ame as cut Soni branded nrm on tell niiie of lift side lit r Jtafe J A Adamson Valentine Neb On left side or hip A4 left side or hip On left side m Range on Niobrara 7 Eu I J Stinard W E Haley IE J Valentine Neti Brand rejjisteiei No 200 Range in Hmips Haneh and German precincts 6 nnl south of Kilfiore KEWTOX XEBR - D B STONER SON Newton Nebr Brand registered ggjggggzgwg x Metzger Bros Newton Neb Cherry Co Brandon left ide and thigh Earmark square crop riijht ear Southern bran...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 November 1900

VJ m ij l K fc it t - y V VOLUME XV 9mMmt t HIS STORE will Sup ply All Your Needs Better thao any other in this City I A hard standard to live up to but we do it and more There is no question but our stoftk is up to date No doubt about our prices being honest our styles the latest and the quality of every article absolutely reliable The foremost place which this store occupies has hmi wou by progressive storekeeping and the points of superiority noted abov We can safely say we are equipped to serv our customers even better this season than before We should like an opportunity to please you in Gloves Caps Underwear 0 8TINARD Mittens Overshoes Overalls llBiWII lllll WHIP I Btiiif - THE RED FRONT AJfJllJJlAJJJlJMAiAJA - iAAAAAA l The DONOHER X X X Is continually adding improvements and it it nowtht best equipped and most comfortable FIRST CLASS MODERN HOTEL IN NORTHWEST NEBRASKA Hot tnd Cold Water Excellent Bath Room Sample Rooms CLOAKS p CAPES For Ladies Mihses J and Children HOOTS 54...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 November 1900

H ns si w NDEIITY CONGER ADVISED OF WHAT HE id TO DEMAND AMERICA IN EARNEST China Must Give Restitution For In juries To Americans and Losses Due To Boxers Washington D C Special Com prehensive instructions Dearing iipn the indemnity this government will de aiand of China have gone to Minister jConger at Pekin Adminstration offi cials decline to state the character of the instructions on the ground that it would be impolitic to make them public before the powers had reached an agreement on this important feature of he negotiations The demand this government will submit however will be moderate It will comprise restitu tion for injuries suffered by Americans Mid the damages done their property as folows Indemnity for the heirs of the mis sionaries killed Indemnity for Injuries sustained by Missionaries who escaped death Indemnity for -mission property -destroyed Indemnity for former Minister Chas Denby who owned the building used as the American legation Indemnity for private citizen...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 November 1900

si I R - At - V wis fl t if r Philadelphia Press What did you tver see in me to induce you to marry ipe she asked Nothing he replied What she cried indignantly Oh it tsnt your fault he replied soothingly Yon iepa rav JDaoti am Facts Stated by y Former If You Are Afflicted With Rupture Dont Fail to Read them My Guarantee is Valuable Be cause You do Not Pay Me One Cent Until You Are Well I present to the readers of this paper -a few testimonial letters and names of former patients whom I have cured of rupture believing that the afflicted would rather correspond with some one who has been cured than read what I might say about myself They can more txiily investigate and convince them selves as -to the merits of my treatment 1 could use this entire space singing my own praises but believe thestatement of those I have cured will be more satis factory to the afflicted I will ask you to write to any or all of them If you are satisfied with what they say about my reliability and methods of ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 November 1900

r m ISO N r - 1 K jm i JVt t i w - 4 m I VALENTINE KEBR R M Faddis Co Postofflce address Valentine or Kennedy Neb Postofflce address Valentine Nebr Stat Brand reg uterfld iwh Cattle and horses branded same as cut on left hip Range 2 miles east of Ft Nio brara R HANSON Valentine Neb Cattle branded on left hip horses the same Range za Dry Val- lev J A Adamson Valentine Neb On lett side or hip A 4- left side or hip On left side Range on Niobrara D Stinard DS W E Haley Valentine Neb No Brand reglsteruu 200 Katfgfc fn Fharps Knnrfiajifi German precltiCtB 6 llillw south of Kilgore mm vR BHH lb hir 4kGkZ riA 9Wn 22 31 10 15 15 23 25 13 24 20 16 11 31 14 27 99 70 32 44 38 23 32 30 Si 12 11 16 31 27 23 18 32 8 81 30 13 4 21 13 13 20 21 24 IDS 66 I D N GOURLtY 6 40 12 17 10 17 6 10 15 20 3 31 33 39 13 13 23 25 14 24 20 Ml 10 80 14 25 92 61 KEWTOX XEKB1 D B SI ONER SON Newton Nebr Cattle branded Brand retrMered BK same us cut Some branded on lett tlilgh Mime on leftside iij hip No 411 Cattle b...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 November 1900

r r ilrAl 1 11 tff B i rHi VAUKIiKt DiMOCfiA t I M RICE - tDttOR ADDITIONAL LOCAL fEDUCATIONAL DEPT I l Conducted by IxkzPkttyciirw S Virtue will catch as well as vice by contact and the public stock of honesty manly principle will daily accumulate Barker -As tin1 vjithr grows coldrr ami the evenings longer our studies b come harder and our lessons mmv lengthy A common question among our pu pils isHave you been vaccinated Happy are the pupils of Miss Cooks room for in casting their votes the ex perienced great pleasure As a resulfc of thi small pox scare our attendance in school is very much reduced Surely vaccination overcomeih small pox but for Latin there is no remedy Bitted is the teacher uho expecteth no class notes for verih she shall not be disappointed Alice Gaskill Clinton Collet and Paxson lorn back are on the sick list The eves of the lrofessor are in every place beholding the small bo and his works CIiatnbetlaittH rnuylt licnivdy in Ctlttiyo Elisgen Bros the pnpulai Sout...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 November 1900

SPsiBS ga -4 S E Orr r saifre on Puulder Range -Goose eck Rde Neb rx D j i ge bwan JsYft Charles II Faulhaber i 1 WILLIAM FERDON Postoflice address Brownlee Neb K3jHHHHnjEjfl Brownlee Right or left side of cuttle Hoie same on lettishnulder Left car cut off of cattle Rangeou Loup river Like cut ou either Inft iAo or hipralsj left side I Tore same as cut on left hip S250OG WAKP or con- eonvlction of anyone unlawfully haudliug cattle Jn these brands 4C A CHAMBERLAIN CO Postoffice address Brownlee Neb Branded on either Bide same as on cut also both jaws P S ROUSCHE ft Postoffice address Brownlee Neb Mililw m i niiiiilW rtn MAf CMiJ3faE8B3E42H On left side or any part of animal liar mark right ear cut off hor ses branded same on left liipAIso has stock branded H on side or shoulder orJKorWorOVL ioro or FZ Also thefollowing the flrstone being ou side andhlp E R Vandegriit s1 jjrowniee reo Same as on cut Hange Between Goose Creek and ICorili Loup Frank T Lee Brownlee Neb rv j L K Keiding 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. — 8 November 1900

IMa I 356e Bordmacr J 5 GMtfrned By HALL CAINE J SYNOPSIS Rachel Jorgenson was tne only daugh ter of the governor 01 Iceland She fell In love with and married an Idler Ste phen Orry Her father had other hopes o her and In his anger he disowned her Then orry deserted her and ran away to sea Of this union however a child was born and Rachel called him Jason Ste phen Orry was neara rrom In the Isle of 21a n where ho ws naln married and another son was born Rachel died a broken neartett woman but told Jason of his fathers acts- Jason swore to kill him and If not him then hl3 son In the meantime Orry had deserted his ship and sought refuge In the lle of Man and was sheltered by the governor of the Island Adam Falrbrother Orry went from bad to worse and marled a disso lue and their child called Michael Sun locks war born The woman died and Orry gave their child to Adam Fair brother who adopted him and he be came the playmate of the governors only daughter Greeba Time passed and the govern...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 November 1900

I Sf fc3 r Xi - JS Valentine Nebr State Brand reg Isterad 1554 Cattle and horses branded same as cut on left hip Rango 2 miles east oi Ft wo brara MS X sbs VALENTINE NEBR R M Fadais Co Postofflce address Valentine or Kennedy Neb Postofflco address R HANSON Valentine Neb Cattle branded on left hip horses the same Range zn Dry lev f - J A A damson Valentne Neb On left side or hip A4 left side or hip On left side Range on Niobrara D Stinard Teeter Bros DS W E Haley Valentine Neb Brand registered No 200 Range in Fharps Ranch and German precincts 6 miles south of Kilgore NEWTON NEBR D B STONER SON Newton Nebr Brand registered No 411 Cattle branded same s cut on left side or left hip Horses same on leit shoulder Range South Of Gordon Creek Metzger Bros Newton Neb Cherry Co crauu oq leu Mue ih - and thieh mr Earmark square crop right ear Southern branded cattle have but one half diamond E on left side Native cattle have taroat wattle Ranee on Gordon and Snake Creeks Horses have samebrand o...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 November 1900

i a l e v- E i tT l - f I o it r it Jl k Rr fNSp f JEpjJf 49 8 m 49 49 49 4 2 Tqszi VOLUME XV nriH izsi rz THE RED FRON CA MUAAAAAAAAA lJ22S82g22L AA nO0OWO eavrrfr S STORE will Sup ply All Your Needs Better than any other in this City A hard standard to live up to15 but we do it and more There is no question but our stock is up to date No doubt about our prices being honest our styles the latest and thi quality of every article absolutely reliable The foremost place which this store occupies has been won by progressive storekeepinfr and the points of superiority noted above We can swfely say we are equipped to serve our customers even better this season than before We should like an opportunity to please you in Gloves Caps Underwear 3 f Mittens Overshoes Overalls 5 fVff i i The DONOHER X X X It continually adding improvements and it if now the best equipped and most comfortable FIRST CLASS MODERN HOTEL IN NOIITHWEST NEBRASKA Hat and Cold Water Excellent Bath Room TwSample ffeoma aa...

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