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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 5 November 1896

CLOAK D KMTSTREET Vateniitie S TINARD and stabling VAIEHTIHE NORTHWESTERN LIVERY AND FEED STABLE H1TT Kneeland Props 33arn located on the east side of town -First-class-rigs and careful drivers Good accommodation -for feed- JDt5 Jff SAGESEH fc1 g R 1 r f nr B rl 9 flRHbl -Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W II Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine ow OREY WATCHMAKER - JEWELER Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles Musical Instruments and Xebraslca AJiandtf Thing to Sell I have been doing so well this summer sellinjr combination dippers that I think it my duty to tell others about it I have not made as much money as some I read about Imi I never make less than S3 and often 5 a day Thodipper can be used as a fruit jar filler a plain dipper a fine strainer a tunnel a strainer funnel a sick room warming pan and a pint measure -These eight different uses makes the dipper such a necessary articie that 11 sells at nearly everv house it is so cheap You can get a samp...

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 — 5 November 1896

v L feK OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATU Cfiwrnor ii litonant Uournor Si retary of Stale Ti insurer in Lands and Ittiildings Attorney General J J M Ikp i T Ma Silas AHoIcoinl ItyuertKiluote Joel A Piper 1 S Bart ley Eugene Moore ItenivCltuscll Arthurs Churchill Inntnietlou Heurv H Corhetl i C U Gere Lincoln L Bnrohoin Omaha lnt University- Hail Ama liwuiica iav itllalieu Kearney Iluil Lxlyar CONGRESSIONAL St ratois Win V Allen Jladison John M Tlhurbtou Omaha lisprescntatives FirslDlst let Jesse B Strode IiM oln Seoornl D H Aleiccr Omaha Third itoDMeiklcJoliii FuHerton Fourth B irr Aurora Kiftb Win I- Andrews liastlugs NSiMli O 31 Kem Broken Bow JUDICIAL hupremc Court T LNorval Chief Justice J u risen and 1olU aNMieintea VlRecnth Judicial District M P Klnkald CSelll W U Wcbtovcr Huslivlllc LEGISLATIVE Klicf iltive FiJty hccond Distrirt Frank iRMlileutner Kiljcorr nator Fourteenth District Henry G htevv ut Crawford LAND OFFICE JVKistrr C It Glover Longpluc Kcccivcr J A I ike NfWMjrt Treasnrrr...

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 — 5 November 1896

SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - JCditok PitoP VALENTINE NEBRASKA tfHANCE IS FLOODED THE RIVER RHONE HAS BURST ITS BANKS Enormous Damage to Property Troops and Army Wagons Called on to Assist in Rescueing the Peo pie and Repairing Damage Alarming Floods in France Pakis Telegrams received from the departments brjng news of further floods and of an alarming riso in the rivers Enormous damage to property has been done but no fatality has yet been re ported The river Seine is till rising and is at the flood stage The authorities have dispatched to Conips and to Vallabregues the artillery wagons from Nimes in order to assist in the work of relief The river Rhone has burst its banks at Lauson which is now isolated The only communication through considerable districts is by boat Troops have left Aviguon to assist in re pairing the broken banks of the Rhone The news received from Lyons is more 1 if quieting Many houses are flooded at and the river is cov ered with furn...

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 — 5 November 1896

f I k w 1 4 DEATH IN ITS WAKE SEVERAL PEFtSONS ARE KILLED BY A CYCLONE New Orleans Suffers Domascs to the Extent of 100000 And at Many Point in Mississippi Oklahoma and Indian Territory Lives Are Lost Disaster in the Southwest About 430 oclock Thursday after moon a cyclone struck ew Orleans on the river front just above Peniston street and swept over a distance of about a mile and a half or thirty blocks from Peniston street to Robin street the track of the storm being about 1500 feet wide from the river to Annunciation street The first building damaged was the Inde pendence oil mill situated at the head of Peniston street It was unroofed and building and contents damaged to the -amount of 6000 The conveyers of the new elevator of the Illinois Central Railroad were slightly damaged and John White Meyer and John J Buck employed at the elevator were severely injured Hundreds of buildings in the track of the -storm were damaged many being partly unroofed and chimneys prostrated trees u...

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 — 5 November 1896

t 1 MKINLOIEADING Returns Indicate That His Election Is Assured TIVE STATES ARE USEDDUBT Six Others Unreported and Claimed by Both Xational Committees EDITH OAEET THEIR HOME STATES The EastRollB UpTremeutlou majorities for McKinley Chairman Hanna Claims SOO Electoral Votes IViUISe the Net lie suit Whua All Is Known Chairman Jones Will ot Concede Defeat Till Coin pleted lCctarns Are Received MKINLEY STATES CONNKCTICUT G ILLINOIS 24 IOWA 13 MAINE C MARYLAND 8 MASS AC1I USETTS 1 r mich3can a NEW HAMPSHIRE 4 NEW JERSEY lO NEW YORK OG PENNSYLVANIA 33 RHODE ISLAND 4L VERMONT WISCONSIN 13 NORTH DAKOTA 3 OHIO 33 CALIFORNIA 9 Total S23 BRYAN STATES ALABAMA 11 ARKANSAS 8 COLORADO 1 FLORIDA 4 GEORGIA 13 LOUISIANA 8 MISSISSIPPI -O MISSOURI IT MONTANA 3 SOUTH CAROLINA 9 TENNESSEE 13 TEXAS 15 UTAH 3 VIRGINIA 13 IDAHO S NEVADA 3 NORTH CAROLINA 11 WASHINGTON 4 NEBRASKA 8 Total 1G CLAIMED FOR MKINLEY DELAWARE 3 MINNESOTA 9 WEST VIRGINIA 6 CLAIMED FOR BRYAN KANSAS 10 UNREPORTED STATES INDIANA J5 KENT...

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 — 12 November 1896

V P5H V 1 Vflni u i r Etc - THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT VOL XL 21 37 24 25 11 17 29 10 21 23 2029 9 17 3027 14 8 927 1 3 3 1 3 23- 38 25 23 10 18 27 12 19 22 II 25 7 18 28 26 15 7 9 26 3 2 4 2 5 17 38 23 22 10 17 24 11 20 27 2a 25 9 18 28 25 15 8 9 24 20 25 8 18 24 25 12 9 9 24 18 26 24 18 12 16 25 12 18 26 16 SG 22 21 9 14 22 9 18 24 19 24 8 16 27 23 14 8- 9 24 22 26 8 17 27 25 14 8 8 24 17 37 23 21 9 16 26 11 19 25 21 25 8 IS 29 27 15 7 10 25 17 38 24 18 11 22 12 20 26 21 27 9 17 29 24 14 8 9 27 18 37 22 19 9 14 26 11 20 25 18 26 9 14 28 25 14 7 9 24 21 36 23 20 9 13 25 11 19 24 18 36 23 18 9 23 25 10 19 22 19 27 7 17 28 24 13 8 9 25 21 19 38 23 18 9 15 25 11 19 24 24 8 14 29 24 13 5 8 T 25 21 27 9 24 25 27 18 7 10 25 17 87 22 13 9 12 22- 11 17 26 21 26 9 16 29 29 15- 8 9 27 14 38 23 2U 11 15 29 12 19 27 16 28 9 15 30 24 14 8 9 27 21 35 18 20 8 15 21 12 13 24 11 9 3 n 20 8 16 23 11 18 23 20 24 8 15 27 23 12 7 9 25 21 38 24 16 10 15 21 10 17 30 20 23 6 28 28 27 21 10 13 22 4 I 11 1 22 -...

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 — 12 November 1896

he fzlmtine tnwimt SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor PROP VALENTINE NEBRASKA FOEGOT WHO HE WAS BUT DIDNT FORGET TO TAKE THE FIRMS MONEY IVIan Who Didnt Remember Any thing of His Past Is Identified by His Former Partner AVho Says Ho Left 10000 in Debts in Alabama T Forgot His Own Name Mankato Minn The man who came to Mankato three weeks ago and was unable to remember his own name or his past history has been identified by J W Blanchard of Chicago bis former partner who he claims mysteriously dis appeared from Mobile Ala June 17 last taking with him several thousand dollars of the firms money and leaving 10000 debts behind him contracted without Blauchards knowledge The forgetful man is John Hardcastlo Hall au Englishman and according to Blanchards statements ho is a master of deception and trickery yet withal a most wonderful man llall seems to remember only the good that he has done and has no recollection of his alleged crookedness Blanchard states that ...

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 — 12 November 1896

i M 7 V It y GOES TO MIME Ohio Man Elected by a Large Majority SEEMS A LANDSLIDE All Eastern States Support the Gold Ticket SOLID SOUTH IS INVADED Republican Gains rn States Heretofore Democratic Great Pivotal Commonwealths Give Unprecedented Majorities The Vote of the Entire District North of the Ohio and East of the Mississippi Cast Solidly for McKinley He Also Gets Enough of the Balance to Elect Him Heavy Majority in the East Latest Returns Make a Beltsr Showing for Bryan in the West William McKinley has been elected President of the United States His total vote in the electoral college accord ing to returns at hand when this is writ ten will be 2G3 with Kentucky and Wyoming still in doubt Whichever side wins in Kentucky conservative judges say the plurality will not be over 1000 In Tennessee the figures seem to bear out Democratic claims of victory for Bryan by at least 10000 The McKinley people present totalized figures by sec tions tending to prove that the Ohioans plurality w...

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 — 12 November 1896

T ft N r s Z3itStss3rtjPxsm HHL v THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT StfCCEJISOK TO CHERRY COtNTY INDEPENDENT HOBEEOGOdDr Editor Publisher Official Pitfrer of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska tlMJPer Year in lAivancp PUBLISHED JJVEIIY TQUltSDAI Entered at t he Fst 6fllce afi Valentine Cherry t county KebrxakaaS Sccorktlass matter tC 2 i This paper will be tnailed regularly to ilB subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is receive and all ar rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents perinch pernjbnth gKutes per column or for long tini ads made known o appli cation stothisiolnco THUKSDAYGVEMBJEftt 12 0 896 Whom the Lord lovetb he eth but in this instance it is more than a chastisement and therefore it is amoqtedVquestioiwhether he loves j Bryan or not The roccnt campaign once more demons rated that in a campaign of education money is a far better teach er than reasoning and not hal so mucli energy is required The election returns would indicate that Simon Bolivar Buckner had un up agains...

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 — 12 November 1896

Pitsfltafverslty - 1 a IM j mm OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Governor SUas AIIolcflVAb Lieutenant Governor E Mtforo Secretary ot Sfcfro Joel A x Treasurer I 8 Hartley Auditor Eugene Moore Coin J andsasri Buildings Henry Cltussell Attorney Garal Arthur SClrarchill Snur3nllk Instruction Henry KOprbett L fturnhom Omaha i JMHait AIma 1TET Holmes- riortoi 1 Mallalieu V rtiTn ft Ed gar COXGEESrONAL Allen Madison John 11 TFbnritsn Omaha KstfesuraUves KrstDi8ti IctOesse U Strode Xtttcoin In eotid DH MerCer Droaha Tljird - t w MeikleJohnFullerton Fa dirk E J niiSurora FithWm Iv Andnftv Hastings aixtt O M KemBroken Bow hit- JUDICIAL uiieiii rourt T L KorvafClilcf JCaUci tiftrrisonnucinoik associates thirteenth tntitelal District M 1 Kinkaid QrSeul W HAVjtAtover Kushvttk E C3 SEEGISLATrPE Reirfseutttr3 Fifty secoqa taTsJtricl Frank ntotuuutnir1HRtorc Senator fourteenth District Henry G Stew- art Crawford LAND OFFICE Kcclstpr 0 K Glover lteceiver J - AFikv 2u vrorl CfttJNTY sreasun r ierK - nil en i...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 12 November 1896

- ealaiK nAatm t ONCE ON A TIME Once on a time a wifes heart Lied The world was gay the world was kind But one wlio should cherish had spurned instead And the days were long and for love she pined Once on a time another came His voice so low his words so rich The bleeding heart of the wife in name Tclt the potent speil of the Cupid witch Once on a time a wompn thought To repair an error by one as deep Little she recked of the ruin wrought From seeds sown only tears to reap Once on a time a month and a day Were spent in laughter and loves sweet spell And then came the end he went away Caring nothing if she fared ill or well Once on a time the wife then thought Of the vanished name the fair repute Of the spell of happiness dearly bought The words of respect rhat for her were mute Once on a time there came an hour When she realized her great mistake The sound of music the scent of a flower Did naught but the voices of memory wake Once on a time when the city slept A frail fair form to ...

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 — 12 November 1896

s PN t L jijl t r - WILL COUNT THE NOSES Of All the People of w ill the World in 1000 j A great undertaking has been plan lied to mark the closing of the nine teenth century being no more nor less than a count of all the people in the world at the same time in order that the present century may turn over to Its successor an account of stock as it were The magnitude of the task may be seen from the fact that six years have already elapsed since the taking of the last census of the United States and the last reports have not yet been published At this rate how long will it take to give to the world the results of a census of the whole world I The scheme got its real inception at the biennial meeting of the Interna tional Statistical -Institute recently held at Berne Switzerland At the in stance of Dr Guillaume director of the statistical office of the Federal Govern ment a committee of distinguished sta tisticians scientists travelers and geog raphers was appointed to begin the work b...

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 — 12 November 1896

I 3 tf la rjT5 Oh CALL qkv WEATHER REPORT - FOF SbfbBERi NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER Coldj with northerly and north toegterly winds Blizzards will follow Prepare by buying your clothing briots etc at TOM Oar stock in quantity nhd Quality is nexcelied There are no two sides to the question of our prhses Theyre the lowest ttn rWnifchihg go6ds Just dro In anu see for yourself Lots of foods constantly ooming and going Tailoring Cleaning and pressing DS MAIM STREET TINARD 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 Bhaving Shdp in the W H Moses building M AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr O W MOREY v WATCHMAKER JEWELER Diamonds Watches Clocks Jtwtky Silverware Spectacles and Musical instrunVents Vmletititie hep Toucan get -a sample TCHORNBY VALENTINE NORTHWESTERN LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HOT Kneeland Props jyefeftutt A Dandy Thing to Sell I have been doing so well this summer se...

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 — 19 November 1896

rr r Kr A l - ML 0 THIS AND THAT editor iStfent Crookston Teachers Association Nov tfl HinkciTlnK Nqyi36 Western Teachcrr Asaodlatlon NovSS John SteinfcMKst was in 8n Tueaday D ATierceyWBSln town -Monday and TueuiJay Wm Hanley of Winona Mitfn was In town Sunday lMra G AShawi3nIte Hll ft home of Geo Hunter Geo s Elliott made tfip trp ri C G W Beamer living in nart of the county is one the ithe rreidlhe lastof thfr week LieutJ P SCocneu weribfeat on a v leave of absenceSunday Judge t madeVnytegitrip to AinswortlTPufSday night YahK OBrien was in towna -couple of days the first of the week Indlcations for another snowstorm are very good nfc present writing Deputy US Marshal Bray -was down from LeadCitythe first of 5 the weee Miss LeonalJaumgarEel of CrookB 5 ton is visitingdntown with Miss Edna Dwyer J R Farris over to ank OBriens this mommcr to remain a few days Theneedof a new school house be comes more impen3iveSbad weather comes on - JudgeA W Gxites f Chadron was in townanhouropraul...

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 — 19 November 1896

- l in J t J I I the alentim mtumi 8UCCRSS0K TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Prop VALENTINE Bloodhounds MONTGOMKIlYAla NEBRASKA EECOGKIZED CUBANS BOLIVIAS COURSE CREATES A SENSATION INPERU An traordiriary Case of Religious Mania in Canada Two Men Killed and Haifa Dozen Injured by Dy namite in New York Recognition of Cubans Lima Peru Something of a -sensation has bven caused by the news received from Sucre Bolivia of a favorable report made by the Committee on Foreign Af fairs of the Bolivian Chamber of Deputies on a resolution lo recognize the Cuban in surgents as belligerents Upon hearing tlie news the Spanish envoy to Peru Senor de Vanello who is also accredited to Bolivia immediately set out for Sucre to look after Spanish interests at that cap ital and presumably to lodge a protest on behalf of hs Government against the pro posed action Further advices received from show that Congress had held an exciting and stormy session to consider the resolution The pres...

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 — 19 November 1896

CUB A IN THE BALANCE FATE OF THE ISLAND LIKELY TO BE SETTLED SOON Jfiecocnition of UebclB or Interven tiou May Knste Uncle Sam Is Wait injr Administration Propoaea to Maintain Strict Neutrality Affairs Near a Crisis Washington dispatch It is the firm conviction of officers of the administra tion that a crisis is approaching in Cuban affairs and that the only safe course for the United States to pursue is to await developments Many sensational stories are alloat about immediate inter vention by the United States and extens ive military preparations for prospective trouble with Spain It can be stated with authority that the President re gards the present military situation on the island as far too critical to warrant -action by the United States at this time That the military operations now act ively begun by the Spanish will result in bringing matters to such a stage as to necessitate the recognition of the in surgents or intervention in the interest tv -or Humanity tue autnonties re...

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 — 19 November 1896

i N -- ic7CrvrruxtoXmttXrtzttttrrrrrTam WW iW Z sni WH1 THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT uccfcssomo CHERRY COUNTY 1H0EPEHDEHT EOBBRT GOOD Editor -and Official Piwpef of Cherry Coma s ty Nebraska ISlOO Per Year in Advance rUBLltED EVERY TflURSDAT Entered aCthe Post office at Vclentrao Chdrry -county NofeB3a m Seoond clasa matter This paper will fce mailed regularly to its subscribers -until a definite order to discontinue is received and -all r rearsre paid iutfuli Advertising rtes 50 cents per inch iper nsonth Kates per column or for long time adamade known i appli catioa to thia offlfee SH UBSDAY NOVEMBER 19 1896 The republicans -will have a big parade tonight in Valentine but -a bigger one will take place in Linsoln ttarting from the state capitol on the enth dayof Sanuary 1897 In Sheridan county a proposition was submitted to the voters providing tor the payment of a bounty on wild Animal scalps Out of a total of 1515 votes cast only -563 voted on the ques tion 388 vfor the -bounty and 175...

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 — 19 November 1896

J v i H I I r1 X S3B2tf OFFICIAL DIRECTORY tltftcaitts University tJovcrnor j JrutviKiut governor hi erel ry 01 Stat e TTmismtr vtdStor s t Uitljlitrtf iX i l AHS Sniiiifcbiii SBSiaffBas IV II J KiUisAUOlcomb UouertiiSIooro Jot A finer Hartley Kitrunu MuorC Henry CKusKeR iLrurnurnn MM Hyis E P IIoltVKS Omaha Alma liei JQ TMallalwu Kcarsey tSIJUull Iwlgar ugigks510N2ll vIiators - Wtn -V Allen Sladleon JoIU M teffltfemrtfcll JM B Etodo J InSln Second Omaba Climl lior Aurora Filth VVto k Andrews Hastings ttlxtu O M IveeiBroKeTrBaw JUIfcCIiSL Supreme Onurfr TLKorral ChieMustlce EiurisouundiPofcMsrliiUss Vitteeuth Judicial M i Sunkald CfNcfli WHWestovev ItushvIUc rC XEGISLAIIVK R Uepretwnltlvo Fifty second District Erank UoUilButnerKilgorc Senator Fourteenth District Henry G -art Jrawford LAXDOfFICK dSejurtern K Glover- Longpino Receiver J XA Fike JiYwitort COUNTY Treasurer- jit rjt otiorlli - fc - Judjje County Attorney -County Superintendent Surveyor GT Crabb Geo Elliott Aucos Strong F...

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 — 19 November 1896

If W r Ib4 lit fit Ifri W K1 IV K7X W KJsC l Kfav v Will gi yjjwiw lMwKaMiiMlBBllwallBMI JAMES INCHS DOWNFALL JAMES INCH is one of the MR staid and dignified citi zens of Parlor City He never drinks be never smokes and it is his firm conviction that Hades is yawning for every man woman and child that plaj s cards He is a pillar of the local Methodist Church has publicly de nounced dancing as an invention of the devil progressive euchre and pedro parties as greased poles to the realm of Satan and trolley parties as an even more sinful diversion than any of the other forms of amusement to which he is opposed One might imagine from this that Mr James Inch was an un popular man in Parlor City Such however is not the case The inhab itants point him out to strangers as their model citizen and cant say enough in praise of him That is be cause Mr Inch is a sterling business man and so generous and charitable that his fellow townsmen are willing to overlook his radical views on things in the...

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 — 19 November 1896

M 0 7 0 4 SAVED PEOM THE GBAVE MR JOHN ARTUS RELATES A RE MARKABLE STORY 11a Saj o He Truly Believes If He Had KotHecran the Uae of Dr Willinxna PinkPillB at the lime Ifc Did He Would iNow lc in Hi Grave JFVorn Bulletin Journal Independence loica John Artus is one of the oldest ami most respected citizens of Independence Iowa lie is a larye contractor and was for yours Superintendent of the masons and plasterers during the building of the Iowa Hospital for the Insane often hav ing us many as -50 men imuer iii ciare Said Mr Artus to a reporter recently I had for years been troubled with rheumatism often having it so severely that I was compelled to keep my bed for weeks at a time I sought relief from home physicians but in vain 1 tried all remedies which I could get took the ad vice and remedies advanced by my friends but all to no avail At times I suffered so severely that I wa all but dead Had often heard that Dr Will iams Pink Pills were an almost infal lible cure for my ailment b...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
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