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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 December 1896

h r tv hy f S The Cause of Tthoumatism Thacause of rheumatism is lactic acid in the blood To this acid are due the aches and pains the swollen joints the sharp agonizing twinges Rheumatism affects JUe limbs arms back and hips causing misery day and night stiffness of the joints lameness swellings agony Jtneu matism can be cured only by purifying the oioou uo n t wasie time ana money on liniments or o iier applications Do not dally with unknown medicines Cure rheumatism at once surely safely promptly permanently by purifying the blood with Hoods Sarsaparilla Thousands of cures of this and other blood diseases conclusively prove that Hoods Sarsaparilla has wonderful curative power The great merit of noods Sarsaparilla has given it the first place among medicines It is the reason for its wonderful cures 1 is the explanation of Its enormous sales Hoods Sarsaparilla stands not only npon its record of cures in the past though this is unequalled by any other medicine but it is todav curing...

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 — 24 December 1896

n 11 x i 1 MS S 11 - M A MS m i wrrtiwrt i hi l 4 I I V 1 niiirr Ti i ii n hi an - mmm A follow Prepare by buying your clotbing boots shoes etc at SYSMiAMTfto J iSu343 A Chance to Jlako Money tiHiveinade Si640 clear money in 87 days and attended to my household outtes besides and I ttik this is doinc splendid for woman pcriBQcoa 111 lousiness anyone cmi sen wnat that goes ouj sells two or three more as they do tbe work to perfection You can wash and dry tbe dishes it two minntes I am going to devote tny whole timj to tbe business now and I am sore I can make 5000 a year My sister and wwflB nave sianea inline Dusmess ana are iBgspleadid yucanget complete ckxu ana aunareas 01 testimonials lain Inirtr jooey its your own fault Mks W H jHjgrt TO MORROW Is not but CO MORROW Soon will be X MAS Embracing the Opportunity To get the latest iii TOYS DOLLS 34 FANCY GOODS ETC ETC Call in and be convinced Special prices to Christmas Tree Committees Tours for business I Our stock in quantity and q...

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 — 31 December 1896

tf V 0 ii M r h p 4 ifj bin tc f THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT a e VOL XI THIS AND THAT Comina Events 1837 January I Oountv Commissioners Tan B J of H iMtalation Jan C Farmers Institute Jan 9 1897 tomorrow Fur Coate at Stinards One more year gone to rest Did you see the Camel at Stinards WfHoney was up from Wood Lake Monday Men3 Arctic one dollar perpair at Stinards John Steinbcecher is down from Eirtey today Geo Brown of Leigh waa in town last Monday J C Pettijohn went to Omaha Sun day on business - Chaa Beiter was over from Eosebud Friday and Saturday H Rinkman of Reigie was a VaU entine visitor Monday T W Burleigh was up from his ranch at Simeon Monday W L Tryon of Wood Lake was seen on our streets yesterda y W H Carter a prominent stosk man from Cody is in town today Prof Henry VanSteenis of Arabia was in town Monday on business December was the busiest month ever known in Judge Walcotts court Bob Dyer was over from the reserva tion on business the first of the week Jim Hull is still n...

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 — 31 December 1896

H Uiirihfrty V mftirri fm nLUhwlK i 1 r I iir n 1 M I- B- j C H la - TJT U - 2J l a sfc j - - i II II I l I f I lSf I U i 1 1 j u hi U 1 V l l L he dhntim tmottni SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT J3 GOOD - Kditoi Titop VALENTINE NEBRASKA KAHEOaD -DISASTER TRAIN F LUNGES FROM A TRES - - TLE 117 FEET HIGH Wrecked Cars Consumed by Fire and Bodies of the Victims Cre mated Evidence that the Disaster Was the of Train Wreckers An Alabama Disaster Tle most disastrous wreck ever known in Alabama occurred at 730 Sunday morn ing near Blcclon about thirty mjles south west of Eirmihgliam The Blocton ac com nodal on of tlic Louisville and Xash ville sjstcm left Birmingham at 030 oclock on regular schedule between Bloc ton and Guersney When the train reached the trestle which carries the road over Kahaba River the center span gave way andrecipitated the whole train of four carsand the engine into the water 117 feet below and not over three feet deep It seems incredible that anyone esc...

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 — 31 December 1896

I X 9- BEVIEW OF THE YEAE CHRONOLOGICAL RZCORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS K 3lIonth of May Most Conspicuous by Its List of Appalling Disasters and Natural Catastrophes by Land and Sea Hccord of Fires and Crimes A Backward Glance Following is a chronological record of the most important events of the past twelve months May 1S9G will be re membered as a month of disaster On the 3d twelve persons were killed by an -explosion in Cincinnati on the loth 120 Ty a cyclone in Texas on the 17th 33 by -cyclones in Kentucky and Kansas ou he lSth 44 by a cyclone in Nebraska on the 21st 10 by a cyclone in Oklahoma on the 22d 5 by a cyclone in Missouri on the 24th 40 by a cyclone in Iowa on the 23th SG by cyclones in Michigan and Oklahoma and 40 by a cloudburst at Mc Gregor Iowa and on the 26th 12 by a torm at Cairo and between 75 and 100 hy the fall of a bridge at Victoria B C Otherwise the record is not out of the or dinary January I President names Venezuelan commis sion British ship Jeannette Cowan 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 — 31 December 1896

fBiwsSS8SSd I A- I i A Nd il Ui -1 I ri i 6 i -T--- r TW - - U - isiH i r nHT r - J V - -Official 3eper of Cherry Conn iy Nebraska liO0Jef Teur in Adhmtee a m I - - -mm POsSlJHEDJEVEBr THUESDATt t i - Katerodat tbo Post offico at Valentine Cherry Coontr Nebraska as Setoud claSs matter Tis paper will be mailed regularly fco itejnlbscrlbere until a definite order is received and all ar W3tfeare paid in fall iC w mtveisfog rates 50 cents per inch iper month Kates per column or for lcag timo ads made known on appli cation to this office -THURSDAY DECEMBER 31 1896 Tomorrow is 1897 Only three Soars b the present century left 2Eignt years now until the girls have another chance to get a life partner without waiting for him to do the popping Today the earth is in perihelion i e i the point when it is nearest the sun It is today3000000 miles nearer that great luminary than it was last -July -but it dont feel that way Prom private advices received tit this office it seems almost certain that ...

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 — 31 December 1896

4 A a- 1 9 H irtfTptHyiwmriVuiL OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STV1T CiVCJT0r icuunaut ov nior ecrotary of Htato Treasurer Com Ijiiulsaml lluildiug 3 BilasAHolcomh Uoieii K Alitor Joel A IIi i JSUaclhrV lumuiie Mooiv Henry Oltiis rll COUNTY Treasurer G SmHl jiori Geo hilJiit iJberiir V Amos Strour JudBe FMWalcott CrHinty Attorney Kd Clark County Superintendent Lillian JJtonci Surveyor Chas Tar Cteroubr - A Lewis l Max vievtel Commissi oners SI Dutbam I P Sullivan PRECINCT Overseers ot Highways It Hanson -and Jllay Constable K 1 owne JuaUys of tbe Peace John Dunn and J M Caiuni Assessor- John Dunn VILLAGE Tovn Board E E Sparks president r H or oell treasurer T C Hornby clerk D S Ludwip aud J IiUrJeitrb Warshal and Water Commissioner It Towin cbool Distrii t No 1 F Si V alcott piesiueiii t v Nihniwnn trpastirer J G Ieililolin tary J W Durlemh G 1 Crabo and 1 Keoley Societies Imp 0 R Sitting Bui Tribe No 22 mnroved Order of j Ked Men meets every seuomi and lourtb Friday eveuinu of each liionib at ...

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 — 31 December 1896

jpsr I - w - tma 7 If IjjTj week nobody on the Lazy H ranch had caught more than a momen tarj glimpse of the sun Chill winds whistled and roared over the bleak and desolate prairies on the range and fit ful whirls of rain made it all the more disagreeable to the weary boys who were at work night and day to keep the uneasy herd from rushing away to the desert of the south Although it was early for wintry manifestations yet that a serious storm was imminent was realized by all the men employed on the ranch Great bunches of cattle milled at various points on the range but little effort was made to break the mills for fear they would be followed by the more serious danger of a general stam pede Riders constantly watched the fretful animals when they became weary from hunger as they rushed around in that ceaseless grind Noth ing but a wall of horns was to be seen as the steers presented an unbroken front to all comers With the mutter ing jf the thunder came lo wings and tossings of the h...

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 — 31 December 1896

i HALLS Vegetable Sicilian HASH R Eft EWER Beautifies and restores Gray Hair to its original color and vitality prevents baldness cures itching and dandruff A fine hair dressing B P Hall Co Props Nashua NHi sum uy au uruggisu Bruin Was Fooled James Myers a celebrated hunter liv ing near Williamsport Pa got on the trk of a big bear the other day The tracks led to a decayed tree trunk and he warily approached It with cocked rifle He kicked the decayed trunk It fell over and an enormous black bear jumped from it Myers fired and the shot pierced the bears hide The brute made for the hunter who tripped and fell throwing his rifle some distance from him -The bear jumped at the fallen man Myers used an old ruse and lay as if dead The bear sniffed him over from head to foot and then trotted off Myers quickly rose to his feet regained his rifle and fired several shots at the bear finally killing it hen dressed it weighed 300 pounds A TALK ON DYSPEPSIA Disease of Civilization Its Symp toms Ho...

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 — 31 December 1896

in t L r M ii m w H K m p it wis t fjt OZr f - mn Ji he - - T C HORNBY Cold with northerly and north westerly winds Blizzards will Mm t VALENTINE C M SAGESBE TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shoi in the W H Moses building HQT AND 6QL0 BATHS Valejrtine 3Npbr A Chance to XaJce Jflgitejf I have made 81 640 clear money in STdays and attended to my household duties besides and I think this is doing splendid for a woinim twrifinoed in business Anyone ccn sol what everyone want to Duy and every lamiiy wants a all neoDl Dish Washer I dont canvass at ome or send for the Washer and every washer that coe oaa sells two or throe more as they -do the wrJtio perfection Yoa can wash and itiy the dishes it two minntes I am going to denrto tnywtioiatinle to Che business cow nd I m ure I can make 5000 a year My sister and brother have started In the business -and ate ilotaig splendid You can cet -complete Instrufc tiOBfi and hundreds of testimonials by address- sna the Iron City Diso Washer C...

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 — 7 January 1897

lh n v i i I V 1 r I w l v X u i VOL XI r rt T r THIS AND THAT Com ina Events vnlcfitine Teachers Association Jan a Farmers Institute Jan 9 Tur Coats at Stinards Did you see the Camel at Stinards Mens Arctics one -dollar pen pair at Stinards Kb snow here How different down the road Jas Steadman of Pass was in town yesterday Prof John iNeiss spent STew Tears -day in town C H Cornell returned irom Omaha Tuesday morning -John Weir of near Aing worth was n town yesterday Sadie Tochet of Rosebud visited in town during the holidays Hiss Jessie Goukey of Rosebud is tvisitmg in town this week A number of business men are tak ing an invoice of stockon hand this week Ube soldier boys werein from the post on a practice march Tuesday -morning Rev Bassetfc is occupying Dr Evans houseon the westsideduring his stay in town The board of county commissioners was in session yesterday checking up the treasurer W P Alsip has been at Pine Ridge the past week looking after his brick contract theie Iean2f...

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 — 7 January 1897

U the fahntine democrat SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editou Valentine PboP NEBRASKA STORM IN THE SOUTH GREAT DESTRUCTION FOLLOWS IN ITS WAKE Quite a Number df People Are Known to Have Been Kilted Fili busterer Commodore- Goes Dow Off the Coust of Florida iiad Storm in the South- A special frohi Little Rock Ark says Southern Arkansas northern Texas and northwestern Louisiana were swept by a terrible wind and rain storm Saturday evening causing the loss of a number of Jives and the destruction of property Telegraphic communication is prostrated to such an extent that details cannot be had tonight Sunday but enough is known to warrantthe statement that not less than ten and probably a greater-number of lives were lost So far as heard from the greatest destruction occurred at Mooringsport La about thirty miles from Texarkana where the entire town was blown away and seven or eight persons killed outright and as many more Injured some of them latally The wires we...

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 — 7 January 1897

y t e f K t Itt 0 uv i I 1 p I m A V i V I SPAIN ASKS OUB HELP Invokes mediation of uncle sam regarding cuba Canovas Weary of War He Also Ac- knowledges Heavy IOss to American Trade Great Reforms Promlaed Island to Be Granted Full Autonomy Government to Tie by Council It is reported in Washington that an important dispatch has been received at ithe Spanish legation from Senor Cano rvas the Spanish premier in which propo jsitions are made looking to mediation on jthe Cuban difficulties According to this report Senor Canovas accepts the good offices of the United States and states the terms which Spain will concede to the insurgents upon the conditions to be proposed by the United States It is said that Senor Canovas assures this govern ment that Spain fully appreciates the loss which the commerce of this country has suffered on account of the Cuban insure rection and deeply deplores it and that i a proposition is to be made for the nego tiation of a treaty of commercial recip rocity ...

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 — 7 January 1897

iUmM THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCkSBOR TO - CHERRY COUP INDEPENDENT - 0BRT G005 Editor aiid Publkher Official Pnper tof Cherry teuu -4 I - ty SiebraHka 1JW gerJTevr in Avanoe FUBLIBHED EVERY THflfesDiY are but siignti r interested m Golden ilrrigationitustrict the The order of the board of foealth to citizens of Valentine should not be disregarded J4fe is precious and a little cleaning up may save mauy doctor bills as well as lives vCarpentoraarestillatwort on cabinet and changes are made everyday It is probable that McKlnley -will take a -hand about JMarch 4 and make his own cabinet With the legislature in session at Lincoln with Cleveland holding Con gress at bay and the war in Cuba to distract public attention there is no need of loyal Nebraskane dying of cnnuT ghatever that is St tPaui used the Parthenon at Athens a3 a model for her 4ce palace this wfnterbut jfor graceful outlines symmetrical proportions and general beauty it can not compare with our j There is going to be lots -...

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 — 7 January 1897

sl f V dJ it i if t ft t i V W it j kUt rw v fX 4 M 1 Vli m tShmtMrL uxti Wonderful Itesnltt from Clot Air Experi ment iuTJiiladelphiu Kruiarkable remits have been ol AJ lined from n new method of treating rheuirntie afleetiocs whkh has just beiu tried in this city before t ho coun ty inediea1 society The tiuthoij iunsits in 1he Joeul rrp pUcrion of hoi jir to tin parts affected rise apparatus by which this is accom plished ousisrts of a copper cylinder under whli several g as jets irc Icept buruiuij Into this cylinder the limb is iuj eiird ami the ciJs are closed tnjj rocks aic arranged to lot out moiturc exuding- from the skin and the temperature is raised to -250 to 200 degrees Precautions are laken to pre vent the limb from coming in contact win the hot -metal and the application is continued for fully 10 minutes Two patients were broughtinor the experiment One was a man -who had Vcen under the care of a physician who -was present for -several mon2cs and had been gradually growi...

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 — 7 January 1897

B B B D flflP K r lr r r r ra ra ra a rm k t Ak k - - - - -T - - - w - - - - -- -T JtrJ9XP Tfc k SSrl t t h HOW DICK CAME INTO A FORTUNE rZP4prurmifrm 18GS Anyone of the name of Ains worth born on Jan 27 in the year 18GS is invited to communicate either personal ly or by letter with A Z postoffice Ha zelwortti They must be able to produce certificate of birth and other references whentthey may hear of something to their advantage AINSWORTH read the paragraph over again at tentively by the not too brilliant light of a tallow candle fixed in a beer bottle It is probably a hoax Most things are but once again why not Heads L go tails I dont solilo quized Ainsworth tossing up a coin Tails Umph bad toss Try again Tails again The fates are against my having a day in the country evi dently Well oncembre for luck The sovereign turned and twisted In the air and bounced on the table Heads That decides it said Ains wortn pocketing the coin I shall go The next day found him seated in a third cla...

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 — 7 January 1897

i 1 y t M fe r If if w H J h w y H t v it v WSB TRAW OP JJLMEMS RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA AND NERVOUS PROSTRATION - Husband and Wife Restored to Health by Hoods Saraaparllla J Impure blood is often the cause of a long train of ailments The blood is the vital fluid upon which all the or gans depend for nourishment When this nourishment falls to be supplied properly the whole system feels ti ifect Read this letter Several years ago I was taken with the grip and I was sick all winter I had nervous prostration and a long 4 v ft train of ailments that rouow cioseij with that rerrible malaay Last winter It seized me again It went to my lunge and I had congestion of the lungs and kidney and liver trouble When I felt its approach I Quickly Resorted to Hoods Sarsaparilla and a glorious result followed I was on my feet the first winter for seven years The symp toms of the disease left me and the ailments connected with it For sev eral years my husband was a sufferer with rheumatism and neuralgia H...

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 — 7 January 1897

iA2jxiSBcifittjrttr ftJ - THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT utroofcssbB to CHEfHYWUHTYlHOEPEWSHT JKBBT GOOD Editor sad Publisher VALENTINE CONTKffUED from first page paid to Indians aboat 17500 The government maiatafes a telephone line between this point atfd the agency giving connections with the agents of fice and poetoffice -St Rosebud and the telegrph offioe and warehouse here jin T 0 HORNBY The Use will fee in a short time to include tihe signal service and weather bureau The warehouse -here holds the ncorfor the largest -single days business dene 95 loads of freight having been dispatched for Rosebud on October 9th weaele Everyodyis interested in he kind Of weatl ler we have had and -for that reason TT S Weather Observer C R Watson kindly furnished us the fol lowing fcgaros Moi th Max Min Avg Precp Janu try- 66 February- 67 March 79 Apri 1 86 May 91 Junes 92 July 98 Aujjust 95 Sep temper 91 Oc 86 Nc jvensber 55 Di jcemer 59 3Tarly Avffbl 115 2G 36 1 -32 25 S 27 181 9 46 -288 32 62 67 43 ...

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 — 14 January 1897

k fc t i L - - if m Ill i t THE VOL XI THIS AND THAT Cotnina Events Dance Jan 15 Farmers Institute Tan 23 SchooltHouse Bond Election Feb 5 tit Valentines Day Fob 14 Fur Coats at StinarTg Did you see the Camel at Stinards Vote for the school house bonds Feb 5th Mens Arcticsone dollar per pair at Straards A P Rowleyy of Kennedy was in town Tuesday Arthur Sawyer was in - town ifrom -Sparks Tuesday Prof Jos Wlsser was in town from Nenzel last Saturday D Stinard visited his farm east -of Port Niobrara Monday MarshalBray was in town again Tuesday and W9nt to Rosebud Prof John rmesher was in from Swan Lake on business Tuesday Semi annual examinations are being held in the public schools this week Geo Leanaugh returned from the 1 Gilman Hellar camp at Roaebud Friday Two more days of winter this week - Had a light fail of snow Tuesday and Wednesday J A Pike spent a couple of days this week in Lincoln and other east era villages Tom Bowers of Ainsworth was in town Tuesday night while on his w...

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 — 14 January 1897

the jfabniine emocmt SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Pkop Valentine NEBRASKA The women suffragists have now bat forty one more States to conquer Come to think of It Idaho has a sort of a reomanly sound The Dallas News says that the bride was arrayed in a beautiful costume of cream That was all right she prob ably was a peach The largest manufacturer of umbrel las in this country has made an assign ment He ought to have put up some thing else for a rainy day If Ananias looks up tipon the affairs of the world he will wonder why it went so hard with him and so many Cuban war correspondents escape The Kansas City Globe remarks ed itorially We are prone to drink whisky to excess If you continue to drink it to excess you probably will be prone forever A New York Sunday paper has an editorial article on the sea serpent The editor must have drawn on the July pigeon hole This Isnt the sea serpent season A Missouri paper says In Lake Ctounty the other day a woman...

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